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n KSDAV. (HTORKR 25. 1921.
Y. W. C. A. Building Opens to Clubs Here T. W »\ A. butldlnn la n|»en th» benefit of clntw un.l other 1 <ontin* to Y. \V v official*. who c«Wiplet*l plan* Uonitay fur more *<<€*•■< mod* (ton* t hc hulMfnc. More than !0 or now hold meeting* Id quarter*. nEROXIDE AIDS i SALE OF COW PENVKit Oct, 3ft Oeonre Ryan gpot peroxide on a black cow. A Mpective buyer beoame *u*plcloti« o( th* sotted effect George wan gffteted and face* a JaAl MAtMct. GENUINE (or COLDS Warning! Unless you say "Bayer," you may not get genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians for 21 years and proved safe by millions. Accept only an unbroken "Bayer" package which contains proper directions not only for Colds, but for Headache, Pain, Toothache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Neuritis, Lumbago. H**dr tia boiea of 13 tablet*—Bottle* of 14 tad 100—All DrugjritU Uflrto I* t*e tnde aurt •( R«/«r Hmhrnn «r MiHMUmMitM *f »*l*»li«*n4. ®VKC y Baking Powder than of higher priced brands— it goes farther. SAME PRICE RSQEQ for more than 30 years Wffiw for KHQ Millions of pounds HhMH bought by the gov (Mfflijgai ernment Quality the best WHY PAY WAR PRICES? continuous su*eam ff/ of power^ / From the first turn of the motor until / the end of the trip, Red Crown gasoline - / delivers steady, dependable power. Ejr-ytf I Every gallon of "Red Crown" which _ I goes into your tank insures ready start- A / ing, smooth and rapid acceleration and a L\a / more mileage—a continuous stream of f M ifTOi power. That explains the popularity of r*r J "Red Crown"—why it is the choice of rj¥ I motorists who know what good gaso- KW (I line should do. (J It pays to look for the Red Crown sign \ before you fill. You will find that sign V at Standard Oil Service Stations, gar flKTT U ages, and at other dealers. \f»W \V STANDARD OIL COMPANY 80 Students Enroll at Method School Ktghty Mudentii have enroll*! 1 ! At the S< of Method, which optl)t*>l Monday night The an-hmd lit wn ducted under au«ptc«* of th* Seattle Presbytery, with W. P Howell umlni iui dean of th« faculty. Arms Conference Postponed a Day WASHINGTON. Oct. The opening of the 'lmitation of arma menu conference will be p<vrt|»oned from Armistice day. November U, to No> em her 11, It wu Announced at; the atate department today. PROHI ACTIVITY TO CENTER HERE Lyle Moves Federal Office From Tacoma to Seattle Federal prohibition actlvltle* for the entire utate of Wanhlnglnn were centered Tuesday In RMttlr. In accordance with the plam« of Prohibition Director Roy C. Lyle, ,Ntiite headquarter* were removed from Tacoma to Seattle, and with the tooal office, heretofore maintained In the federal building, were connoll tinted In HUlt 41a. Thompnon hulldltiK. Fourth ave. and Cherry *t. All communication*! Intended for Director Lyle or the detmrtinent nhould be eent to the new uddr<*M* Altho arrangement* f..r the re moval of headquarter* have been completed for Home time, they were kept tn i«trlcte«t *eerecy, In anUti tuition of atron* proteat fiom Ta coma. When the nf*i< Imume known In Taooma Monday *u« h n proteat wiui lit once forthcoming. National Cum mltternvin tluy Kelley un.l many prominent TmnH bu*lneaa men Joined In pruteatln* to the prohihl lion cMMinlaalMier and the aecratary of the treaaurj In th* mruntifii* \h+ transfer waa tiring ACcompli*h«»U Tu«-a«luy. Says Beer Can Be Sold in 11 States WASHINGTON. Oct. Ift.—Real twHT may b* noUl in ontv 11 »tite«. Wurnc H Whteltr, general of th« Anti Saloon l#w*iic, aald tcxiay. They are lltlnota, Mttryland, Mama chuaetta, Khod* Iml.in.! Connecticut N«w York. New Jerwry, I'mnwyl. vunla, California. l«ouiaiana un<J Win touiin. Seattle Boy Get* Commission in Navy Francis A. Parker. a graduate of tl>* University of Washington uid •on of Mr. and Mr*. Charles S. I 1»4« K«-\*nlh a**. W„ has h*«n offrrml a commission aa ensign in lh» I'. W. navy. Knxlitn Pat-krr l>aa«*d an examination In Mar. H Make rare ymw ■II 1 CcffM li fmh | | I | frmifr-Jar It Mm! fl li I THE SEATTLE STAR HERE'S MORE ABOUT Win PAY STARTS ON PAGE ONE Invewtigutlng railway problem* by rutin* on *ireet rum. declaring that the Cleveland mun'M car rldca were the coatllejit on record. M WOK It lOICI IJKN \VITT'H MKIiIDIM "I notice from the |»a|ier*," lie coininciititl, "thai alter a week •quiring the hill* and valley* anil xltlrllng the Smiml and lake* •Jong Seattle'* «l««'l railway ay»- tcin, Mr, Witt ha* discovered thai wc have a rial »trrii car problem. "I men bin till*, becaii** It Mlp |K>rlx in > llieocy that an expert -llniild br able to report wltllln :t0 day*. Ilail a local man been rnipln.ii'd. he would not have had to *p«nd a week, at 11.000 per, to fainlllarlr* hlin*clf with the city of Seat Jr. ll* topography and nyHtein of operation In vogue here fur yearn." Counciftnen who have backed the employ mcnt of Witt believe t hat they have aufftctent vote* to piia.i the or dinance over the mayoralty veto. An ltth hour attempt on the part of three member* of the utllitle* mm mlttea to cut the upproprlutlon for the K.i.ltarn expert from (8,400 to 14.200 fallen Monday afternoon, when other member* of the leglalative bodv were abla to convince them that It would tin a bri-in h of a morul obll gutlon, If not of a binding h-gul con tract. AMK.MIMICNT Sl id ( K I.IKK IHIMItSIII.i l. The proponed out wait submitted I'v Coumilmen John R. Carroll, It. 11. ThuniMon an<l I'liillp Tlndall. Tit* amentlmenl struck like a Itoinbidiell In the IHngr-rald rump. _ "Wh»n Mvrn members rtf thm council voted to bring Witt from Cleveland to Heattle they obligated themselves to |iay him for hta com inc." Kl lagers Id. author of the reso lutlon summoning Witt. declared. After it conference acromt their deek*. the Ihre* eound linen decided to withdraw their motion Mix vote* will be neceemry 'o pus* the ordinance over Muyor Caldwell* veto. After the teat vote at Mon day's council meetinit. supporter* of the Witt aurvey believe that they can retain the vt.lea neceetary to put thru the ordinance, despite the dlaap provoi of the ntayor. Arthur Burch to Be Tried Alone I/>* ANGCUES, Oct. 13 - Arthur C rttjn h. alone, will stand trial on November 1 for hla alleged part In the m) «lertou* asenselnatlon of Jobn Uelton Kennedy. Madalynne Obench*in. whose beau ty and charm, the state will claim *a< the primary cauae of the Ken nedy tragedy, will not face a Jury until Burch's fate 1* sewied. With the smashing victory of a t-oncetwrton of separate trial* to hi* credit, Charles Krheteln of Chicago, chief of Madalynne'a defense, today faced District Attorney Thomaa Lee Wuolwlne In what promise* to be one of the hittereet per«onal fights on the records of the southern Cali fornia bar. Woo! wine announced that he would "fight to'the last ditch" in opposing admtsatna of Ike China go attorney to appear in a southern California court. Tampa Is Cut Off by 50-Mile Gale JACKSONVILLE. Fla. Oct. »». A i» mile m hour gale was reported blowing at Tampa Just befora all wlrt communication wo* loot with that city shortly after noon today. Street car service was reported In terrupted. an «u electric light and local telephone service. Sweeping the entire west coast and southern end of the Florida P'rlfula and dolnir considerable ittirwfr to shipping and to the coast pities and town*, the terrific hur ricane wan heading north by rant, accord In <r to wireless rrr*«mr*«i r» ceived at ft. Auiunllor and relayed to Jacksonville. WANTED—CHARCOAL INDUSTRY IN CITY Want to manufacture char coal? The industrial bureau of the Chamber of Commerce wishes to put a Seattle charcoal manufacturer In touch with u trading corporation which is ready to place a preliminary or der for six carloads a month Prospective charcoal manufac Hi rem will find the Northwest Ideally suited for this Industry, as timber Is plentiful, transpor tation excellent and market good, the chamber say*. Trial Begin* for Stepchild's Death BRIGHTON, Colo. Oct. 26.—At tomeys today expected to select i Jury In the case of William Hill, •hw trial on a charge of mur dering hl« * year old stepdaughter, Helen Maxlne Short, was begun here yesterday. The body of the little girl was found, badly mutilated, in an Irri gation ditch near Kno, Colo., July 21. Peace Crisis Past, Say Sinn Feiners LONDON, Oct. 2f>. Iriwh peace delegates today declared the crinl* in negotiation* wan p«*t. ttriUnh wild there wom nome.improvement, but the situation wam ntlll eerioua. Both agreed, however, a* they ro eum«J their meeting* thi« aftc.rnoon, that the outlook for peace waa more hopeful. Both Sides in Cafe Strike Stand Still Roth flldo* In the ronlrovorffy b**- twwn momhfrs of the ('Hlrrcr*' union nnd (he rtillniiry union* reported no nrw develop. ni« nta In the Munition Tueitdiiy. WATKIt SIII TOI F NOTICK Water *lll be phut off on live., )*<tween Mender- Hon *t. nnd Hnrton I'lnre, Wed noHdnjr, from * a. m. to G p. m. HERE'S MOKE ABOUT FLOOD OF BOOZE at Mavannah. make* four knot* an hour. Hum running craft mako IB to 26 knot* an hour. The next largeat »muggllng center In Detroit. Hum runner* there bring hnallo.Ml* of liquor acrwM the river from Canada every night. OIHiANI/.KI) I IHC Ml TI'AI, I'KOTKCTION Detroit rumrunner* have their fixer* and their *lu*h fundi They ure orgnnlxed for mutual protection. The big fellow* are rarely caught. The *n<alt rum runner who doean't know the rope* In the fallow ar reatad. No one bit "rum ring" exltd*. There are ninny "ring*," corn para lively email a* regard* th" whole country. yet euch doing a bu*lne** tunning annually Into million* of dollar*. Crime at the bottom and politico! corruption at the top put the l>oo*e "tru*lV" aero**. Million* are *p*nt In payment of fine*, no bootlegger* and rum run nera can Mart over again. pVw jail aentenoe* hav# been Impoeed. A Washington lobbyist aaya: "You c-m do more with a quart ol boos* than anything rl*e!" Boos* In lt*elf la not looked upon iu> graft It la regarded In much the name light a* the old cu*fom of accepting a cigar mine in KMI IH UNT I I-.101 ITS Traffic In fiaudulent permit* for wlthduiwal of liquor and aleohol from w*rchou*e» i* heavy The "atandard price" paid for obtaining a permit I* (1 to 12 per oa*e of li quor. Rubber stamp signatures Indorsed by a m»re Initial, are used on per mlta In Washington. In New York and many Other Mitten Counter felting a rubber stamp algnuture In ea*y. Kortf*t libH* and revenue pf.imjw am made by the thousands by crlml nala who find It eaMer and more than counterfeiting money. With ttiene bogu* labela an<l stamps the country la flooded with colored aloohol and othrr ooneoctlona dia* gul«*d a* bottled In bond liquor. Kffectivene** of enforcement r.nn be gauged everywhere by the price of bootleg whisky. A low price mean* enforcement I* not effective. The price f-atit of the MlaalaeipM ha* never been lower since prohi bition began than now. Disappearance of evidence make* court convictions difficult. Bond* are eairy to get and bootlegger* have been known to walk out of the courtroom and seTl liquor to pay their fine*. Million* of dollar* worth of li quor *»l**d by police, by *tat" and county officer* and by federal agent* have my*teriou*ly dl*ap peared Chief of Police Fltanorrl* of Oil cago said that half of the Chicago police force wa* In the booise bu.l nee*. New York'* corporation counsel found t7 per cent of all llnuor ense* «o faulty that conviction wa* Imyoa llble Dili UUMKS DEK T»» BOOTIJtti Petty crime haa decreased under prohibition. But Insurance companies last year paid out 11 times a* much for bur glary lo»»e* and 4H time* a * much for embenlrment losses a* 10 years ago Ill*, outstanding crlmet whlrh are traceable to boewe partlea include the Hamon murder In Oklahoma, Klwell mutd«r In New York. Ken nedy murder In Ix» An**le% Me tiannnn affair In Cleveland. Ar buckleltappe tragedy In' Han Fran rlaco and the Al flteln tiaceily in Ixm Angele*. Bootlegging and rum running l« m big business. Rut enforcement agent* -vend moat of the time ar resting small retailers or raiding small stllla. Traffic from the Bahama Islands it so profitable that la«t year more than 190 vessels were transferred to British registry. Eleven prohibition agents hive been killed since July. IJIO The ac tual death toll among bootleggers snd rum runners and police Is many times that- You can buy any kind cf booxe you want —even Imported Cham pagne. »t SISO to $ 150 a case. You can have It delivered to yoitr home or office. In some cities patrol wagons have l»e»n used to deliver booxe. <CoprrtgM. tftl, HesttU Star) s • • Woman Convicted of Selling Booze Ethel Wilcox, owner of tho Glen The Phonograph Section Announces the Release of Three New Brunswick Records A favorite aria from "Madame Butterfly" ("Some Day He'll Come") is sung by Florence Easton. „ Brunswick f XOOW j Some Day He'll Come fI.BO I A double-faced record with two good fox trots, played by Isham Jones' Orchestra, displays some clever work with Saxophones, Violins and Banjos. Riunnwlck ~ _ My* Sunny TVnnwun"e fox Trot f Why, !>"«ir Fox Trot Unusual and different are the two fox trots on this, record, featuring Louis I'anico and his Laughing Cornet. Brunswick 1 , . »,, ~ . 'nt'" Wabash Blues I'ox Trot 85# J Ma KoX Trot —FIFTH FLOOR FREDERICK 6? NELSON FIFTH AVENUE AND PINE STREET ate office build ii* brand I* a bit bet ter than the hou*e office kind, woti© any, ft Two prominent T'ennaylvnnl* ure. re*lauratit* w#re filled Hittur •lay night and Hunday morning early with drunken atmient* more public drunka than I have *een In nearly three year a In llei lln, I'arlH, liruanel* and Ixindon A The lid, according to Comml*- *loner Hlephcnaon, la tighter largely becauae National Oommlaaloner llaynca' effort* to *tamp out the main wholi-Maie xupply aourcea I* making the bootlegger*' effort* more difficult. Ktephenaon pointed out that thn Waahlrigton twiotleggi r* Im port only comparatively amail amount*. The large*t haul hla office ever made wa* a 26 barrel lot hidden In a box car nhlpmcnl with automo blln tire* Kt»phi-n*on mltnlt* the dlalrlct I* plotted off In route*, but n/oiert* there are few or no "inanter dealer*." Tho only real "mauler mind*" un covered were the Duller llrothem. now under arre*t, who had ama»*e<l thousand* of dollar* and a Hiring of M automobile* for boose tranHpnrta lion a* n reaull of their operation, the police Riy. IIAKIiKK TO liKT A I Mil Mi Henatnr Hheppard, Texa*. dry lead, er, any* bootlegging la not no mm pant a* a year or two ago; Henator King. I'tah, liberal, any* while he diM-an't drink •hlinnelf, hie frienil* de clare that It la Increuaingly difficult to buy liquor. Hut the Washington visitor find* II le ►till * simple matter to eel a tjuurt in a short time. ANTIS TO FIGHT MEDICINAL BEER Say Wets' Joy to Be Short- Lived B\ JAMKK T. KOI.III.I<T WASHINGTON, Oct. i:, Ailing Htlxens who have tieen suffering for "medicinal lieer"—(he 5 per cent kind must take advantage of the new regitlutlona l«y drinking hard and font. Secretary of the Tieamiry Mellon promulgated the new medicinal beer regulation* yesterday. Today the Antl-Haloon league and the dry* In congress prepared to knock the foaming tieaker from thirsty llpa. I'nder the regulation* a "*lck" per won may have a* many aa 24 pint tjottles of beer every 24 hour*. Beer can lie purchased only from regis tered pharmacists and on pnestrlp tlona from phyalctan*. The maximum permitted la 24 hot ties on one preix rlptlon every 24 hour*. AntiPalonn league leader* and the dry* In th« senate were at work early today planning to prevent any aideapread aale of lieer. Before breweries can start manu facture of the real stuff their appli cations first must he approved. Wayne B. Wheeler of the Antl- Saloon league said. I>rya have evi dence that most of the brewers hav# violated the law within the last year, ha Mid, and these therefore will Ite unal>l« to obtain the neces aary permit*. Wh#*l*r predicted th* "h*er *ra" would lant only about 15 day*. be In IT confident the inll bwr Nil would b« paaaied by th« wnat* In that tinr* California Ready to Cure Invalids PAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 2S -Cali fornia stood ready today to cure the nation's Invalids with wine. Fifteen million gallons of the once famed California product, now stored In various cellars and warehouses thruout the state, was ready to an swer the cull of physicians - prescrip tions a* soon as the wine grower* re celve official notice that wine and beer can be sold for medicinal pur poses, under yesterday's ruling by Secretary of the Treasury Mellon. Breweries also were "ready to ««•" Motel, was convicted by a Jury In Judge Boyd J. Tallman's court. Mon day. of soiling Intoxicating liquor. Sentence was not pronounced. Miss Wilcox was arrested May 17. In po lice court she was fined $l5O and sentenced to serve «0 days in Jail, but appealed to the superior court Brumfield Pastes Crisis, Recovering STARTS ON I'ACJE 1 i lIOHKIIirUI, Ore, Ort. 2S l)r. ,ltl< hard M. Jlrumflrld, ronflrtnd murderer and attempted aulnde. will probably rrcmrr from hi* aelMn | flirted n« k wound* In time to I# sentenced Monday, It wa* learned lirro today, llrumflc Id'* condition In mill *« rloun, and thn heallnjf of til* wound* In fur from natlxfif lory, but Ib» rrl*la ha* pa*aed, Hixnrdlnif to i I >r. Charles V. Wad#*, county phy- Mclnn. * FREDERICK & NELSON FIFTH AVENUE AND PINE STREET Novel Crepe Dresses In Striking Color-combinations Special $3.95 Wednesday TAPONICA, tangerine, jfIVW J mais and leaf-green to choose from in these /v K 11 Crepe Dresses, also com -1 hi nations of these color- J \4 I ings, with black stitch / PiP' and em agtjf broidery in clever orna mentation. \f. Jyl v The model sketched \ jc 1 is of Japonica-colored \x 'I j f ', crepe with black fac ymA if 1/ \ ings on the sleeves | and hip frills. A M 1 i vestee and neck pip /' ing of black complete vl y-j /'' this novel garment. f * " Special, $3.95. U y' There are three other equally interesting styles to choose from. —SECOND KI-OOR Lace and Crepe Remnants at Sharply Reduced Prices USEFUL lengths of Georgette Crepe, short lengths of Nets, Metal Laces, Allovers, Flounc ing* and Embroideries—desirable for gift-making, and for many trimming purposes. —All sharply underpriced. —first fi^xjr Aluminum Cooking Utensils Attractively Low-Priced THREE-QUART W SAUCEPAN, 90* # Handled Saucepans, as pic tured, in double-lip style, for pouring from either side, with \) strong metal handle, securely riveted. < ALUMINUM COVERED SAUCEPANS LOW-PRICED Two-quart size, 95/ Three-quart size, $1.25 Four-quart size, $1.50 ALUMINUM RICE BOILERS *1.25 AND 91.75 Made with securely riveted handles and cover that fits either vessel, so that they jy lj| may l)e used separately. One- 1 I quart size, $1.25; lV»-quart L ) size, 91.75. COVERED ALUMINUM KETTLES IN CONVENIENT SIZES Two-quart size. $1.25. Four-quart size, $1.65. Eight-quart size, $2.40. ALUMINUM PERCOLATORS As pictured, Six-cup Perco- V J !§■ lators with hinged cover and * a j| I glass top—sl.3s. I 111 —Houiewarea Section. S) THK DOWNSTAIR# STORE ® j Jj Crown Universal Heater For Coal and Wood n $ 22 - 50 ; A SIGHTLY, efficient tyrY Heater that re * * 9 sponds quickly to a small amount of fuel. As pictured, with mica swing-top and full nickel A Reliable Oil heating of bathroom and small bedrooms is this Portable Oil Heater—safe and cleanly. Priced low at $4.50. —THIS DOWNSTAIRS STonn To Ask Lord Beatty to Pay Visit Here An Invitation to vlalt Seattle will be t>(l«ndxl Admiral Heatty, Hrltlah hero of the battle of Jutland, by for mer Herirt. Ma J. Mruce McGregor, late of the I'rlncea* l'»t*, at the American l,< tclo'i convention. In Kan n.i* City, Mo., October 31. Mfl£(iretf or leave# Sealllc TornUy for Kanaa* City, under the cara of a tralned nurae, a* he la at 111 mifferln* from wound* rrrelved In battle* In K*ranc* lie 1* fine of the "moat decorated sol diers In A merles," and live* at th« New Arctic hotel. PACiE 7