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Hwmwpmp%r >«• Im»Hh Am. i«4 r«ttt4 Whole City Needs Alki Paving It is not a localized movement, this camp.'iign which has been set afoot by the Alki Ccwmunity club to bring about the paving of the now impassible portions of Alki ave. and Cist ave. S. W. The actual paving will, of course, be laid at Alki—but every resident of Seattle, whether he lives on Capitol hill or in Ballard, hus a vital interest in the project. In addition to being one of the most populous residential districts in the city. Alki Point is an integral part of one of Seattle's greatest business assets its recreational Cjrstem. / Alki Point is one of the most delightful playgrounds to be found anywhere in the country. No visitor's trip to Seattle is complete unless he is taken out to Alki, and thousands of residents of the eity daily make the excursion during the warm weather. It is, therefore, to the interest of the whole city that an adequate path be provided to Alki—and anyone who has tried to make the trip over Alki ave. by automobile will admit the present road is far from adequate. It is unfortunate that, as matters now stand, the burden of paying for the improve ment will fall upon the shoulders of four individuals, while all of Seattle will benefit front it But, no matter how unfortunate, the interests of a few should not block the progress of many. Some means must be devised, at the earliest possible moment, for the desired im provement. Alki needs it—and the city needs it. 8 I Not to Be Expected Nat Gen. Pershing, but Col. Gen. Btmr will place the con graastoaai modal upon the tomb || lb* ■■known Rrithh soldier in IVwfiiHtil abbey. Til's ar CffllMMl Is ja»t u appropriate H Harvey's appoint nu nt to the INrt 'd m. James. Darius war tlnrj Harrry did feta casaedest to embarrara the prmldMt's successful conduct •( MmMrka** part, tad another ap proprlate tartar* of the Wetamln ■tar proptn woaM bo to ten that artas n n aoldlrr rise and pall '% But 701 can't export an the ap prapriaie things at Westminster CiroHonlri, any time. | ~m mot confer %dlh torrot* 1 TBI tomorrow; J (it >oy tkaU have her my 1 nu* tent 4*y " f —T. & -IMrtc*. , *AV« haetcMn te VMllk. /hr «m to transitory. tAe otfcer perpet-. Art." OirUa Wm*N*ws is Bur Nmwa mmm Mr L KM »wte» km hMm their Jaba. hwk m faar h% taflraa da fmwylraala. M, Mew York Central aai New |ife, New Haven A Connecticut. f Whea railroads hire tarn, aane •aa b tartac. »««»e«oe pro*»ctaf mi shipping, which bmm better flm wha wan the world aerlea ar Whether It's troa that Ben Torpfai |i galßt 1° hare hi* cock-eye 2 hi* foreign paper wtoney would ha worth wore if they printed t Wile «fHp o« one Me. If mnffretmen ycere paid accord ing to tcork done mo*t of 'em wh«M Otee u< something. "Don't Forget" n DR. WILLIAM E. BARTON fHEN 1 was a small boy, 1 had great Joy visiting In the home of an ancle who lived a mile and a half from the little village where 1 was born. My father's diary shows that 1 . walked this dis tance alone. In an emergency, •nd carried a message announcing the death of my grandfather, when I was three months less than four yean old. i' His diary records that it was nec essary to send me If the word was to be sent, because my father and other members had to go where the dying man was, which was in an opposite direction, and that I walked the dis tance, three miles for the round trip, and was not greatly fatigued. I made the Journey often after that, and always enjoyed it I was there on a day when I may have been 10 years old. and was to return fcext day when some great event, thrashing or stacking, or something, was la prospect, and my uncle told me to go to the hardware store and bring him out two pounds of naila I said, "I will if 1 remember it" "Do yon mean." he demanded, that you intend to forget to do what I ask you to doT "No," T replied, but T sometimes forget. Everybody does, some times SaW Ms. "If yon forget to bring ' those nails, you may forget to come." I remembered both things. I was there, with the nails. That Incident did me a lot of good. It aet me to thinking that very much of my forgetting had been •beer carelessness. I knew as soon ad f stopped to think of tt fciat there was not need of my forgwtrtng. And 1 resolved to remember what ought to be remembered. I am far from claiming that I do not aomrtlmea t6rgrt. I am not pro fessing to be a model for other peo ple's Imitation. But I t«D the atory because I think It haa a Talue. We can remember If we care to remember. Moat of our forgetting la cuixltfi ' Forgetting la aa reprehensible as it la needless. The Seattle Star Br wn, IM month: I Wt-rfht, |1 llrl month*. t> 71; yoar, |& •• In th« ttoto of WiiMngton Otltotrfo of tho Btoto. fM»r month. $« fcd f«r • m»nth« or 19 M |M»r ffr t\j rorrlor, rlly, loe ■ month Set profiteering, bootlegging and tax-dodging to music and you will produce our national anthem of today, says the Denver Post. The hardest thing in this world to forget is your landlord's address. Elk Being Slaughtered? OVom the Kltrasburg Capital.) A few day* ago a Northern ra ti lie trainman called at the office of the couaty gam* camm baton- era and reported that two men wer* *n hla train the day before trying I* sell elk tooth t* paaarn gera, and, according to the train man, th* teeth still had sow* of the meat *a them. He stated that la hfat opinion men hare been hunting the elk la th* ran yon south of town. Early la th* maraing the elk eta fee eeea feeding ta the r«a jron, the mam lUM, ul la hi* opiate* M wnU fee la eaay mat tor to kffl mm ot them. It to against the tow to barter to A tooth m! Myiwt foand guilty *1 *a toni waoM eerlalaly twiw • stiff Oaa. The elk In gawtlea ware (hipped to here fear er Are years aga Mi have feeea Increasing la a rery tali* factory manner. Ffoem s f «i u •-(Hc.ran.Rdnk ,nom Kaama CKy aur THE WANDERER BY ESTHER CLARK 11ILL I have come back to my own again, to my old familiar place- To the peace and quiet I left behind In thla little circled (pace. 1 have warmed my hands by the friendly blue of many a home hearthaide: "At hurt." they aajr. "he ha* come to may—at but ha la satisfied." But there la a cry In the wind to-night, and It will not let ma ba. And well I know 1 must riso and go whenever It cornea to me. My feet are stayed In the pleasant ways, my heart Is a thin* at rest: For me there la neither north nor south, there la neither east nor west And out of a very thankfulness the spirit In me sings For a new-born beauty 1 find each day In simpfe and homely thing*. Yet there Is a voice In the wind to-wlght. like the surge of the western sea. And It's I that know 1 must rise go whenever It come» to me. The West with Its wide and open charms, the Kast with Ita day* that wer* The fragrant Bouth with Its lotus bloom, the North with Its eplry fir— They have taken my fancy, each In turn, and held me a little while. But the feet turn back to the beaten paths when it comea to the last long mtta. Tot there Is a call fa the wind to-night, and the gray road opens free. And to morrow I know I shall rise and go wherever It beckons me. Try This on Your Wise Friend There are two numbers such that twice the first plus the second equals 54 and twice the second plus the first is 45. What are the numbers? Answer to yesterday's: 64 In. and 41 In. wftSPIRIH Never say "Aspirin" without saying "Bayer." WARNING! Unless you see name "Bayer" on tablets, you are not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians over 21 years and proved safe by millions for Colds Headache Rheumatism Toothache Neuralgia Neuritis Earache Lumbago Pain, Pairi Accept only "Bayer" package which contains proper directions. Bftßdjr tin boxes of It tablets—Bottle* of 24 and 10»-A11 dnimrists. Aipl/la ll ttM tndt aark « »«jir Muratecbm of Kooo«o*Uc<cldMt«r of S»lioHic*cl4 PttWlihM Dully b<r Thn Bt«r Publishing Co., rho»*» Mold Who Will Succeed Caruso? Much debate! Who will be Cm ruM>« saccessor In the opera world? The honor probably will fall to no one la thin feneration, or for many years to come. Voire* like Caruso* +errr come from bearea to earth more Ihaa once In a century, rarely that often. When Madame (Jan ay Mad. the "Swedish Nightin gale"! died In IN?, the world ■peculated about who would be her successor. Now wo know that there was only one Jenny Ual 8* with Caruso. I'nfortu aate. If yon never heard him. "JTedeet Reals" w**« I* acu (toy have feeea weß raised. It aB ear wuhae teere prsated, «efea ieo«M Ml the autoif The only records MM people treak are phonograph record*. Bilk iteckingi ran fent our*. Wild m(< are hard to tame. THE SEATTLE STAR LETTERS TO EDITOR Jap Births One in Three RtdltOr The Star: Tha vital statistics oolumn In Bat urday'a Star shows it blrthg, of which I* are Japanese—practically one In three. Thoac who persist In buying from the Jup grocerynmn or getting their Cites One Car System Leak Udltor The Star: I should Ilka to aak if there might not "be better management of Uie *trevt car system that would make it pay on a 6 cent fareT For In -tance, I ItVa near tha end of the Klnnear Una. There ara four llnea coming out on First ave. over tha name route as far as Mercer at., the West Queen Anne, the I'mt I.awton, the Klnnear and the Mercer at. only. Any of these cars will bring one to Mercer at. 80 thoae living Inside of Mercer have four chancra to get home to one for the rest of ua WHY—Sine* we all pay the aarar [ price T I hav» stood on First are. many hundred times waiting for my car and aean ona or two Mercar at. cars University Students' Greased Pig Editor Tha Htar. Kvery day now on* see# on tha street men with gun*, dog*, camp equipment, hastening away to the far place* to bring death or linger ing mlnery to the wild creature* of feather* and fur. They call It 'sport.* I call It poor »port*m«>nshtp that can find amusement only in the ter rifled flight, or pain or death throes of animals which have a* much right aa we have to life snd happln«-*» To get enjoyment out o( another'* pain shows both a low grade of In tellect and a lack of spiritual fine nnaa. In a mora concrete way. pa* time* art.* from too much and too little leisure. The rich, rurfelind with too many amuwmenls, seek •eauonal *laughter. The poor, un taught In belter way* of enjoyment, think they ha\e time and mean, only for thla onulaught of mlaery. If for any reason or tain animal* b* come detrimental, they ahould be quickly and humanely exterminated. Aa It I*, we havo a clo*ed >"»** on. In order to let them reproduce for our later fun In kilting them off. In Virginia, where foaea are becoming rare, the captured animal. If not too much Injured, la turned looee. eo that they may chaae him another day In Loulalana and Illinois there are duik aanctuarlea where the bird* are encouraged to come »o that *n mullv h(inters m*y secure a full hag without too BUih effort, tho they are not In need of a single one. Hut It remain* for unlvendty stu dent* In Seattle to bring "sport" to Its ultimata perfection! Tbey cap tura a fat. wheexy pig. Oil up his poras with grease, crata him and later on tha university grounds turn him loose to the accompaniment ef yells and mauling about, trampled on. alls oat pulled asunder—fleeing aa beat ha can. In fear of his life — breathless and miserable—all for nothing except that mereflej*.' not over bright boye know no batter way to "amuse" themselvea. In East 8t Uoula, 111, some fire years ago there waa a race riot In which some 100 persons lost their Uvea, still more Injured, much prop erty destroyed. II w-as owing to an industrial dlapute In which the col ored people were the victims and In no sense to blame—but the white people had the unparalleled "sport" of chasing colored men. women and children from street to street from alley to slley, neither age nor e«* nor physical condition being given the slightest mercy. For days there at ler I saw them cross the bridge to the Missouri aide, singly and In group*, daxed with fear, haggard, blood-stala ed, half clad, hopelesa What waa '•sport" for othera evV dently wrae not "sport" for them. When people get "fun" out of cha» Rev. Klein Explains Issue Editor The Bur. Malty people here heard of the controversy between Mr. C. J. Haw kin*, pastor of Plymouth Congrega uAuil church, anil myself—a contro versy which I* rapidly spreading— but outside of the clergy, few re alize what It's all about. To put It briefly. Mr. Hawkins de nies the blood atonement by Christ. In answer to which I quote the fol lowing teaching* from the New Tes tament. which abounds In just such saying*: "Redeemed by the precious blood of Christ." 1 Pet 1:1«. "Thq church of Ood which He pur chased with his own blood." Acts 20:21. "Being now justified by His blood, we shall be saved from wrath thru 111 in." Rom. I ■%. "We have redemption thru His blood, the forgiveness of slna." Eph. 1:7. "We are made nigh by the blood of Christ" Eph. 2:13. "Having mnde peace thrn the blood of hi* crosa." Col. -:20. "The blood of Jesus Christ His Son. cleanseth us from all sin." 1 J no. 1:7. "Unto Him that loved vs. and washed us from our sins In His own bload." He v. 1:«. "And without shedding of blood, la no remission." Heb. 1:22. The night of His betrayal Jesus poured wine Into a cup and said to His disciples: "Drink ye al4 of It for this Is My blood of the New Tes tament which Is shed for many for the rrmlwion of sins." Matt 2«:pS. The person who believes the blood atonement of Christ to be a "pagan principle" and then takes part with those who observe Christian comtnu nlon, that person fulfills the Hcrlp ture which mys: "Therefor, whoso ever shall eat tills bread and drink this cup of the Lord unworthily, shall be guilty of the body and the blood of the Lord." I Cor. 11:27. Therefore, those who truly believe the Bible must act, they cannot help It; or they fellowship those who in sin nro equalled only by Judas Es carlot (Signed) P. A. KI.RtN, Pastor Ttunlap IbiptNt Church. Men's and Boys' Clothing HATS, SHOES, FURNISHINGS One Price—Cash or Credit 1427 * /VfK7V> ChJU - & Fifth A»«V«'* 4 'd Todd, Mgr. limnderlfig and clothe* pfenning done hy Jap* rather than by people of their own race, would do well to read the birth lists now and then In S# years there will be no white* to buy from and no whites to do the buying, AN ANTIJAI* "AOITATOR- go aalllng by with from thraa to sevan paaaangera, and often two West Queen Anne car* and a Fort laiwton, before there was a Klnnear Ttiia la a dally occurrence, and I know there are many people who will teatify to It. Why doea the Mercer <*r run. Un leaa in the rush hours, alnre there are three other llnea that ar# naver full that ran carry them? Many thnes the Klnnear coming after it will hava only from eight to IS passengers why two ears to carry lens thsn 21 people? If this la trua on ona line wore than likely It Is on others. It Is this kind of mismanagement that keeps our car fare at 113 rents. A BL'HHCItIRER Ins, killing, or causing pain to anl maJs, they will get fun out of dis regarding humsn right*. If tbe hu man being In quention Is more help !"»» than they. When * man or * nation u kind and connldiirat* to *nl tnala. that man or that nation will he kind an/1 constderute to other men and other nation*. There l« no need of tufting of Jus tlce and mercy, altrulcm and what not. for otireelve*. wh> n we refure to rrant it to the Innocent, helpless memhere of tha animal world who. If untonnented. would ao gladly be our friend*. Sincerely your*. i. M rr,AnKK WBTORy of the red mon series ' • - I ' T> "* l ' f /lll\ A ■ <*.. »■-<> - *T". . i,V 1I ' t \ \I? \ ,• « . • > i , • • ; ® \*>V Sz*'s z ~ ' J a THE. SONG OFTHECOYOTE I S -j IT "BBUM" MBJJM * a/1 !f Coyote heard a cricheteingtng and he tauntgJ Coyote, who, after NMnlvwi iu ) J •Wf, inddd; kurit, kurit, kurit. For- atedL / j J WB jaat kurit WKo <kw* Kg entertain? Coyote mm not ■ frwt wigu JJk I PMupi ht Hm il kimtf. I 13m it Mtf in thoM day*; to h« uwnt to a kxic- A/ " 1 ncC" So h« raovod ckwcr and listened; mom place to practice. TimbeMPotf/I/ 1 end flw he mewd doeer again. FtnaDy iMwd Uan and could not atoep. Exaa-7/ ,J he foond Gkhet and —Bowed Kiia, imetii. he aoupht Coyote and aaid «* ** . I •ayinp, "That»the and of your tooa." "That sent ia a torture to me; can yd 1 a And aa Coyote betted alowp he heard net fmah itf" Coyote aaid, M I mat), Vj a little baa-frog amgine in a boah. Tree- ain> aanxthinp or 1 awß ha anhappy. I *, fl frog aang ao mada tike the oichet that mid, "I aO teach yon my f 1 Coyote aooa tsad of liatening. Then aong; but yoa moat team adwn to atop J he liatenad and looked and Katenad and ewnit" Cciy nte aa»laaiind toaing tfia' f looked wrtUii na Tree frog hidden awlfreong nkaly, fee ha eMton; bnt it v behind a piece of baths and aa he aaml- ia ranch better than «moU coyote aong.' lowed Ttae>frog he aaid* "That «a -the Coyote atffl aMtev and stutters aihen and of yenr aong." be starts to eing. He can atop aO right; Aa Coyote trotted on he (mid a Jar. but he haa dffodty in bognmhig. ji 0y singing. Soraecal him Locust; bnt Poor Coyote! Horn handkappad ha 1 he ia that them uma do end of it Jarfly htm. They mould budd their product ] * opened hie eyea arid* and he Mr Coy bolter, but am handicapped. Lack of I ote; and he thought, I ariß fooi him. finance or other causae hinder them. J So Jarfe ekppad out of lue skin; and On the contrary, with the mahem of / «Atan Coyote wmnainJ it. he aaid, Savage Tma every source ia at omnmand r That ia the end of your song." Then for the building of a superior article. % Jarfly laughed and aaid, "That ame only The new Savage Cord demonotnlw j an empty hush.** Then, lighting one their determination to mahe the beat *4 high branch he gritted hie taatfi and tire on the marhet It ia Built to EkmL' 1 sfMfftifoom i THE SPRECKLES "SAVAGE" TIRE COMPANY f FACTORY BRANCH i 918 Eait Pike Street 1 j The Tyre Simp 607 Kaat pnte 8L - - - . t Chapman'* Tire Mhop 610 l.aet PIU« 8l * Oroaham «-.„L50; i;th At®. Columbia Tire Shop 4K57 Rainier Ave. ..1615 Duwantktb Ara. a M New Method Tire Shop 2101 Wmtlake and Stone Way Nurtliwe*t Tiro Shop 614 Kant Pike St Jlnhb * Service Station 4909 Stone Way Stanley Nelaon Tire Shop 5305 Leary Aven'ua ' '**" " 1# Woodteni At®. Scougal Tire A Rubber Co 109 Main St. '~V 19 MrPMT SL , 1 New L'niT<T«lty Garage Cor. K. 451 li and Brooklyn. Admiral \\ ay Tirtt Shop 4117 Admiral Way » | Tenth Avenue Uarage 142H 25 Tenth Ave £, .*«, .5231 Ixmtbard Ave., Rrerttt, V>a<k J Terminal <iara«e Cor. JaeJiton St. and Weatern Ato. Cheballa, Waeh. i Grand Central Garage Fourth and Columbia Auto Co. ..Index, \Va*h. iJ Waterfront Garage 83 University St. JlTgf l" Klrkland. Wa«h. 1 Uougl.. 4 Dou*la*, tlic Tire Ww'h.' SUVW Uk '' J A A Letter From Avridge Mann Mr*. If. K T. Mima, W«sh. ixjir Mm Met. It was i> blow, to have yon rmift my letters »o It knock ml me out, I m ust confess, and left me woosey, too. I guess, that's why you notice, yesterday, I didn't have a thin* to My. And tlin ss yet I'm rather 111, 1 (bid I'm pretty turd to kill. and I huvc strength tnotilh, I hop*, to put across this bit of iioi>e you cannot please, with prose or rhyme, all kind* of people all the time. If alt the men liked derby hata, and yellow nock" and pink cravat a, and girl* all liked to dres* In blue, and bob th*lr hair and bleach It, too; we'd all deplore, with fruntlc baste, su<;h uniformity of taste. • Variety's the spice of life that keep* our Interest In the strife, and itiiiki-a the world's kaleidoscope a fount 0i forward looking hope, and life would be an empty name, tf all of Ua were built the mime. So, when opinion* do not "gee.," left Just agree to disagree; and then, perhaps, If yon suggest the kind of stuff you like tha best. It might be po.ssSble. Indeed, to five you one you'd like to read. • • • • • My pencil hand Is getting slow, my Intellect (?) Is running low, and spots are floating part my eye, so I must quit and say good bye, perhaps (be hopeful, Mrs. lift), your verbal bomb may kill m* yet! AVfUDDdE MA NTs'. The Steel Plant and Seattle Editor The Btar An article In your columns of ra cent d»te announced that a smelter is to be built on Puget Bound, and the possibility that Seattle might be the fortunate city. Mere's hoping, but—what Inducements will the city and Chamber of Commerce offer to ilnfluence Its being located here? If wa are to take cognizance of pa«t happening*, it 1* doubtful whether wo will be the lurky elty. for, ai la a well-known and deplor •iblo fact, many Industrie* and man ufacturcr* have sttrmpt'-d to locate hero but have been dlscouraged by tlie frigid attitude of the chamber Takes Side of Ku Klux Klan ICdltor The Star; Reelde* your tnrmt raJuabte e<ll tortals. the next moot Interesting •Tiling* In "rt»e Star are the lettrrl to the edKor from the public. And and the buccaneering tactics of the owners of the factory sites. If my time and your ipacs were aa unlimited as the audacity of the land owners, who have kept bread from mouths of the worklean, money from lb* bank* and pro*p< rlty from the city, hy' their unreasonable and Impossible price*, I could quote ex ample after example of Industries which have her n forced to seek more favorable fields. I,et as tiike example and counsel from I,os Angelea and revive our waning buaineait All together for a belter, busier and blgg< t Heuttle! MILS. P. E. M. for thl)i popular arrangement of your paper It tuts become to us a bouse bold neceaalty. Now, we are many of us native Amerteanr who appreciate your com- WEDNESDAY. OfTOr.En 13. 1921. mon M«1»« stand regarding the on <*Hedfor Ku Klux Klan propoasd Investigation by rongrta/i. II sppea r* to us now that *"• hs»*» no right. If that I* the corf* I for It, to defend onr native Institu tions against the secret *n<l under handed Intrigues of foreign foes, b« It an Individual, a <la*s or rscfct order*, who are forever employln* ■ vary m< an* In th'lr power to g*i» rt,irtro] of our government and pop ular Institutions, and that our worn', mi mbn ate soma of our own people In many form* and subterfuges, with a yellow streak running thru tbeif enure ajiaJomv. For the aake of argument, I sbsli most cordially admit that the K'J Klu* Klan la not a perfect Institu tion, any more ao than any other in solution of our country, especial) 1 considering tha abort time It ha* been In existence tinea Ita late re vival. but from what I have gleaned thru the expose <7> of It* chief traitor In tb« equally traitorous ncwfipapern which deliberately mon opolize scandal and trcanoa aa a nib trrfuga for Americanism, It la plain to UK, that the Ku Klu* Klan or. ganlzatlon la, at least, "clean at heart." and baa mad* every poo* ble effort to keep clean. I venture to aay that the publicity already given It by the yellow news papers and Its traitors has been a boon to It, and no doritot ha* strengthened the Klan's grip upon every native American heart all over the country. It Is a cinch that altho I ara not a member of the Ku Klux Klan, after this expose I may be. Respectfully, c. j a mo. Kirk land. Wash. lianre "Oet Acquainted Night," Tuea, at Bright't, IM4 4th.—(Adv.) Don't forget the Public Auction Sale of Ute new town of PORT OLTMPIC lots, October 21. IMI, 1 p m. sharp, Taeoma theatre. Taroma. Wash.