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800 CHINESE GUNMEN READY TO KILL IN TONG WAR SLAYER OF iOHG NOT FARRESTED Seattle Police Find Seven Secret Societies in V lister Plot Folic* today continued their ef fort* to apprehend the tongmarv munlerer* of liew Fong. who was •hot to death Tuesday night by two unknown Chinese gunmeit. who wounded three others before they felled Kong. The Investigation thu» fur ha* resulted In the finding of no clue to the murderer* but led to dlscov ery of a nationwide wax plot among the Oriental*. Obscure as to muM, the war among Chinese feudist* now Involves •even major tonga, all believers In s death for a-ileal h code. THRK.K HUNDRED til NMKN AT LARtiE More than SOO professional Cele» tial gunmen were unleashed from ißin Francisco* Chinatown for ■Aolesale killing*, according to the "police, following the murder of a prominent Chinese merchant's wife by a long vengeance squad. The "red lantern" of Chinatown, signal of tong fighting, glows In the deserted streets and faces peer fear fully from shuttered windows, while i the shops are practically deserted The Chinese take their friendships ▼ery seriously. Running amuck this fraternal passion is responsible for such deadly fighting as occasion ally breaks out on Coast cities. MURDEROUS HICiHBIVDKR PROTECT KD BIT FEARED Police Interference is resented. Sever sought. The slinking -highbinder.- creat- Ed by Chinese organisations In Amer tea for protection and as Instrument In their mysterious code of justice. Is both feared and protected by the long* He is r professional killer, who works with Oriental cunning and the modern methods of murder. He rides In death cars and uses automatic , pistols. Seldom is he caught by P«v Alice. He dies ss he kills—among his Kirn kind, usually. BeWARD FOR KILLING Wf iwn „ , , If he is caught, his tong defends btm. If he is sent to prison, a cer tain sun. of money la deposited with ' ths warden monthly for Hl* use. and * like sum sent t6 his family. If hs la hanged, his family Is supported by I his tong This money is secured i assessment of those who hire him 'S ' protect them from rival "hlghbtnd em." During times of peace, these kITH, mrn are given job* la Chinese gam bllng houses The standard price for killing is »1.000. < Wealthy Chinese are moving to new and unknown quarters, accom panied by armed body guards—hid ing out. Antf only the assurancs that the -red lantern- of Chinatown glares no more —signal of tong truce—will bring the fearful survivors back to their old haunts. e ABERDEEN —Chamber of Cora meree ask* congr*** for two rail rrud artillery gun* to provide har bor defenae. ■ ■ ■ & ■ Sunday, August 141 H The Tiro Moat Popular and Scenic Tripe on the Marveloua H H Waters of Puget Sound H I HOOD CANAL I ■ A won<ser-crul.se Into the gre»t fiord that Ilea at the foot H of tiae rugged Olympic range. Under auapicea of Miaeourl H H Stale LUfe Co. Everybody welcome. ' H ■ THE FAST STEAMER KITSAP I Isav* Colm&n Dock 9 a.m.. Arriving at Onion City 1 M p.m. H Lunch Served on Board or Bring Tour Baxketa—liberal Time H Aihore—Muelc H Arrive at Seattle on Return at 10 p m. H ■ ROIVD TRIP TICKETS ■ ■ ADULTS $2.00 ■ Jm CHILDREN 5 TO 12 ~...81.00 ■ I SAN JUAN ISLANDS I H A Day Among "The Thounand Inland*" of the Inland Sea. H I THE STEAMER SIOUX I H Leave* Colman Dock at 8 n m. and Returning Arrlvea About p. m. H mt Lunch on Board or Bring Tonr Baaketa H ■ ROUND TRIP TICKETS I ■ ADULTS $2.50 ■ ■ CHILDREN 5 TO 12 $1.25 ■ ■ MAKE VOI R RKMERVATIONN KAIU.V ■ ■ Phone Main 3893 or Inquire at Ticket Office, Colman Dork H IpUGET SOUND NAVIGATION CO. I Will Try to Cure Woman of Burglary J/r«. Fannie Liebowitz NEW TOIUt. Aug. ll.—Following failure of the law, science will try to cure the burglary tendencies of Mr*. Fannie UebowlU. third time offender. Dr. E. H. Vaughaa, called Into conference by Judge Bayes. sa>» the woman is a victim of hypo thyroidism. i'nder an asumed name she is to be placed In a hospital for three months' a>pertr«ental treat ment It Is the first Ume such treatment ever hss been admlnl* tered to a person of to-called criml nal tendencies. Hypo-thyroWtlan causes a dulled mentality, due to the fact that there Is insufficient secretion from the thyroid gland. If the amount of secretion Is Increased to normal, mentality or Intelligence is rtlmu lated. and the person begins to reason correctly and to distinguish between right and wrong. Mrs. Liebowlts, mother of five children, st J* has three times eon fessevl to burglary. Tet her hus band earns a good living for hi* family, and they are well provided for. After doctors have restored Mrs. Llebowlts's thyroid gland to normal, she will be placed under conditions favorable to stealing. Unknown to herself, of course. The wsy In which she reacts will determine the success of the e»p»ri ment, which tapth the medical and legal world 1* watching with In terest Insane Man's Will Is Declared Valid IyONDOff. Aug. 11—Tho Joseph Prtddle was confined In an asylum as Inaane. when he made his will. Justice Horrldge has declared the document valid after a long fight between the heirs. Footpad Fights Off 1,000 Pursuers DRESDEN, Aus 12 Louia Ku bert. a Hti'm war veteran, held op a rilUpe Inn. 40 mile* from here, fought off 1.000 purnuer* in a run nlng battle and eacaped when dark ne« came on. The Seattle Star RESCUED GIRLS, DECLINES GIFT Deputy Marshal Refuses Medal for Heroic Act BOSTON, Aug 1J —ThrU Qhllonl of Marlboro. deputy United Htntae uuirshal. la a vary mi«le»t man. Chrla ta a bu*ketbu.ll player and all-round athlete, well known In lile own home town While paddling home from church It daya or ao ago on Hoone. he and a companion, with much difficulty. reaeued two young woman from drowning. And he waa quite peeved when he hfeird k lot of people In that aectlon were talking about It. An agent for the Maaaachuaetta Humane anclety made a trip down to the Kedrml building, hunted up Chile. told him what waa In hla mind and ahowed a handaoma medal which he dealred to preeent. "What'e the Idea'"' etiunmereri Oirla, "I would have beep a fine boob not to have helped the girl*, now wouldn't IT All the damage It did to me wan to wet my clothea. but a neighbor dried and prenaetl them." he »a!d. And he Indicated there waa decidedly nothing doing on the medal. This was a new one to the agent He never ran up against anybody before who wouldn't take a medal because they "hadn't done any thing." Boundary Dispute Put Up to League GENEVA. Aug. 13 —Chile has al ready launched her fight to prevent the September assembly of the league of nations from undertaking to revise 1(04 Anton pear* treaty between Bolivia and Chile. ftollvla's request that ths league take up this question was put on the agenda for the second general as sembly of the league over the pro teat of the Chilean delegation. 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Main 3587 Mannfarturer» Wholesaler# Retailers SEATTLE, WASH., KUIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1921. Poor Jill Dreamed of a World of Wealth and Ease All her life she had never known what it waa to have any money of her own to upend. Ever since she could remember, the baker and the milkman had had to be considered and put aside for, before everything else. It waa an event in her life to buy a new pair of cotton gloves. Only her most extravagant dreams ever led her eager feet into shops where one was lost in a sea of frocks and silk petticoats and French boots. What ahe did when wealth really came to her you will read in Ruby Ayres* great novel, "WINDS OF THE WORM)." which will be printed in The Star in liberal installments, beginning Auguat 17. MARRIAGES OF GIRL ANNULLED Miss of 15 Wed First Hus band on Dare NEW TO J IK. AUK. 11-mmN Coblelgh, who several tnlu »*O. at tha agn of IS, wns arrested when It waa Irarntil that ah* had been mar ried twice without tha formality of a divorce, had both of her marital venture* annulled to tha aupreme r«urt Vy Justice Squires recently, Tha girl d« lared on the stand that her flrat marriage wan tha reault of a dare. She was walking near I tart) Hail on No*. J4. 1»I0, with Itobert Hrockelhurwt. and a married couple In the (roup dared her to marry HrockelhursL Bhe took tha dare and giving her age a* II secured % Urenae and married the yooth. Bha never lived with Brock elhur*l. and Uter married Otto O. Berrlngar. a ulMtnto of UT 110 th at-. Richmond Hin. The date of the later marriage was April. ItJl. To llrrringer the girl said that her marriage to Hrockedhnmt had been annulled, but h* subsequently found this to be untrue, and ahe waa ar reeled for bigamy. Hhe waa In the children'a court and waa paroled Thru her mother. Mrs. Kata Cob letgh. the girl brought bolh actions for annulment on tha ground* that ah* waa under ag« when th* cere monies were performed. English Woman Hat 36 Husbands PEAI.. England. Aug. IS—When Mra ITloreno* Keith was arrested for btgamy ah* confessed ah* had It husbands living "I don't know how many are dead." sh* yrided. Bhe Is II years old. fTTDKAN'E —Fort* tlnrn hi Bur ma county »n<l Conor d'Al«n« and fiiont rlv»r dlatricu rrportcd under control. Shipping Director Comes to New Job as a Fighting Man DIY J. K. HICHAKDHON (Formerly a member of the V. H ahlpplng board »i«H'Jal Inveatlgat ing committee and an expert on ahlpplng affair*.) BAN KRANCIHCO. Aog. IJ.—Ap pointnient of A. J. Krey. vlce-presl dant and general manager of the Ixm Angelea Rteamahip Com[>any. aa director at operation* of th* emer genoy fleet corporation of tha U. B ahipplng board. Just announced, brlnga up picturesque steps In hla rareer and th* tnumpha which laid th* foundation for hla present Im portant position. >l* la an outstanding emampl* of th* self made man. Starting In 18»5 In a subordinate position with the Pacific Mail Btaamshlp oomtiany of thta city, Krey got hla early train Ing In th* school of hardship under lis then head. Richard Udiwerln. WIIN POST IIY HARD WOKK Ry hard work, long hours and ability, h* won th* post of aaalatant general manager of the pacific Mail, and hla training developed much of tha blunt, slugging manner of his tutor. <*< hwcrtn. When Captain A. F rfllsbury. of Han Krandsoo. became district man ager of th* I*aclfle Coast district for th* Emergency Kleet corporation, he took Krey as his chief assistant llllsbury resigned tn June, I*l9. and Krey sui ceeded him. The shipping board was then pay ing trlbuta tn th* greed of the re pair Industry, snd nobody seemed able to cope with th* situation. Krey quietly and grimly prepared for t fight. He called th* repair men in and told them If they didn't seal* down prices, quit loading the Jobs with too many men, and give th* government honest work, he would tak* th* business from them They grinned. Krey waa bluffing. The surge of human passions—the frank handling of the vital questions of life—these you will find in this wonderful story, the best from the pen of this popular writer. ■ they said. Wty-re would he get his I ships repaired? THKY K\l (.IIKI> AT HIM TOO (II KKI.V So there waa no Improvement — but a good deal of merriment when repair bouses met together. Conaternatlon replaced merri ment. however, when Krey sent Shipping board boats to th* navy yard docks for repair*, after having nailed for bids from the repair men. and not having gotten low enough estimates. They got busy at Washington— but Washington said "that fellow Krey has a will of hla own—and sides, he la reducing repair ooata, so deal with him." In all weeka from th* day he de dared war on th* method* of re pair men. Krey had the gentlemen of that Industry pleading for "Just one more chance" They promised to "be good." and good they were— ns long as Krey was on the job. !ty his blunt methods h* had In six weeks reduced the cost of repairs on the l*actric Coaet to more than 40 per cent of former rates and that 1 When You CUHCC I I Think JUULj I —JUST REMEMBER— I —that wholesale costs are not as low as the general public believes. / I —that new fall prices will be dollars higher than present clearance f ■ prices. I —that we are selling the "Victoria Stock" at around half price and I less. ■ —that our own stock goes right along with at the same prices. / I —that to make these savings you must buy while the sale is on— I not off! ■ I ~ 9 f Women's $5.00 Outing I A 111 l\\ Oxfords at I jy| \t 1 Misses' Brown Calf I Vm $4.00 values I BASEMENT MAIN FLOOR ■ Women's Shoes. Oxfords JIL w' r 4 . Women's Shoes. Oxfords ■ and Pumps. Bluo 1 to s '* and Pumps, ■ values to $lO.OO A A /\ values to $12.50 I $9-90 *2 $4.90 I Barefoot Sandals and I Women's Shoes, Oxfords Oxfords, Women's Shoes. Oxfords 11 I and Pumps, wzes 10 ~ and Pumps, I values to $12.00 A £\f\ values to $15.00 | $3.90 ? r°° sg.9o I I Men's Shoes $4.90 to $8.90 I pl'l CL__. All ■ Values $lO.OO to $15.00 V>lllllireil S OuOeS Reduced I C. W. SHIVELY, For I 5 IP" HOE clVj Pages 11 to 20 HOSPITAL FOR ANIMALS FULL Extremes in Temperature Cause of Trouble BOSTON. Aug ll—rnlucky ts th* dog or cat that fulls 111 Just now, for th* Angell Memorial Hospital for Animal* hna a "full house." This Is un unprecedented situation In the big 8 P, C. A. Institution on l»ng wood ave., and It means that there Isn't even a hospital cot or corner left for th* wee-est pup or kitten. The extremes In temperature of the last few weeks are blamed by the hospital staff for the enormous number of Invalid dumb animals that had to be given medical atten tion there. Sudden variations in temperature ar* most endangering to the physical well being of dogs and cats, ao animal health author ities say. much below eastern and southern coastal in tee. "KKKVN riJSANTP THKY ( Al.l, IT "Krey's cleanup," they cajl It In Washington to this day, and a dean up It was, the effect still be ing felt In shipping board practice on this coast. After leaving th* shlplpng board. Krey went to th* Los An geles Steamship company as vice- WOMEN FIGHT IN HUB STORE Female Detective Grapples Girl Pickpocket BOSTON. Aur II.—A free-for-all fight between a woman detectlv* and an alleged female pickpocket caused an uproar among ahopplnc crowda In a downtown department atore the other afternoon, and onljr* the arrival of Special Officer Johiv) Manning of the City Hall Avenu»< Htntlon. prevented aerloua ca*ual» tlea. According to eye the detective waa getting all th«< wnr*l of th<- argument when the ot-t fleer arrived and pried the wotnea. apart. The prisoner gave the nam* at' Lillian Cohen, 1# yearn old. of ImUkj St.. Dorchester. The girl *m nattUjr dre**ed and her black hair was bobbed In the latent style When arraigned before Judjr* Rurke In municipal court, she plead ed guilty to the theft of two pocket*' book* from customer* of the more. The xpeclal officer testified that »h<M cauitht the girl In the act of llftlnjß a pocketbook containing 115.27. MrsJ Lundqulst aeeonted the girl, wh® 1 grappled, and the two went to th® floor In a clinch. They rolled all over the place bt-fore the girl wa» ■übdued. 400 Girls Vanish; 'Cadets' Are Blamedt PARIS, Aug. 12. —The "cadet'* •yntem which the government worked for year* to stamp out to flourishing again. More than 400 (Ctrl* have disappeared in Paris sine* January 1. They are believed to have been kidnaped and sold by a» organized gang. president and general manager. There he came to know Meyer Liasner well—and Lissner now Is m shipping board commissioner. Ship operators did not favor Fi*y for the post of director. Thejr feared Prey's "direct" methods—but they do not doubt his ability to pu< the oper.itlon of the fleet on a busi ness basis.