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THERE'S A REASON FOR THE STAR'S 11,727 CIRCULATION LEAD OVER ITS NEAREST COMPETITOR - A GOOD REASON
wttr h 111 ■■ n M '|H H WEATHER 7Y>nf|>At unit MNritay, ruin; mo - vratr to frrth toulh mtirrly tmlr. Trmpwaluri' l«l ?l Hour* Maximum. SO. Minimum. 41. Today noon, 34. ImublE 23 n* Jhme £rew Kaife! A great wave If Me >»t* and *mhu»la-«n»— i a)WHIMii«-l»» »wp« a*»r the (Mint Hit Brew aaaouored yMM ha «mM bring kara— Mb* |J|l nattwm ( hartra IL IVlrt** 'pWbr-OM Omit Vtppn rnmSm* •* tewgr*tahtjaw— * * * tmr flanrr Q«4 blee* you for j£* ctrto aplrtt! At taut wnww ll mUmi enough inter*»t in our : flty 1a Invite «xn« rrally famou* ..M» km- Attaboy. Hontr! Your pjawaaerertTt that >ot* ware going *$ krlag "Chuck" Fletcher, of Caa taaw>. Mr. Horlick. Uydia Pink [ IMH Ml other* tbrtlted my cm [ wr jat! extend roar aetlvltie* to | |.pt< Ok Smith Brother* to vlalt ESTT . . 'he dear eld men o" \ m+. y'know? . . . with all the [»M)f my eoogh along to any yH|f you arrange tor th« old Bba alti— Ilea nr. K CUARUE CHAMBERS. BrJafm U brvlle Wtft MayW tbijMM- Mtrr Nat are, are lit aoty MM K Til BUJCOTT. Sk • • • Bar Old Thing: I read roar Km every night and think lt'» K bwtr and «o doee my chum. H| aoOce that you are going to By a lot of the advertiaement ■wkn to Heatlle and w« thin* filial we want to a*k you l» will lf|K|M|l**e bring here the "young : <§**» Kuppenbermer nun ade? MniMri that Adoala sort of per ' N»«M took* Hke Bridie Hoge He tliir me. I think be'a Juat (Imply 19 Item wants you to bring tot the young man with uplifted iBhiMM who aaya: "They satisfy -ea4 y«t tbey are mild"' In the Mptit ad*. If be la unavailable «*e wfli •erep' W. L. Doug)a«. who karard to make *hoea when he «M t y»*r« old. Ska my* Mr. ')N|IM ha* Rich a strong face. BU.'E KYEB. • • • #VKK not TELEPHONE: * it im Home Brew feller. M Ma far aw ... fM. hello there. ■*er! Yea get H for oh the ad- W*g leßer*. hehT . . . Vleh ran ;' I want? Oi-yni. I don't van! " I*. I rant a »he. I rant *• pi '*«t ha* d»r »kln >au laf 10 la der Pampeian ad*. Yea »» *g* *r idea? Chass!" • • • Bt*r Homer: I think your Idea w wearing Mr. Johnny Walker ex ••tat- But please don't leave out In the Porousknlt under : •**'■ Hf net <-r seem* to wear any *!ae. In weather like thla, It eery heroic of him. i«ar* liacttely, johhthine. 0 0 0 a l *? ORDERS KOIR MOKE "* *• ®rew; ( hear you're bring . tag bere ; I "**' "'•* galore; "*f 1 venture to suggest »«*-l»lt three or four? « »• «a Me Included In aS* n*H-kno»n ad folk* troop ' W who grin* and rhyme* «Mj '* Campbell'* noup. 1 ® 1 '(• aee the hausfrau J? 2J IhMrh ( lealiner tin*, TS** * won't you Invite tw «old llust twin*? * * * I Wlt MIGHT HAVE BEEN * i Ai * ... WR,T | Jr % •'•'fk yeftcrday after ' y*. *+* Wilt, SI.HOOa-weelt f 35^V* PiP,,,,,rn, ln, ° I" *"* r "y counr il for hl» I UJJ: *«rt-«ohe»r| (ll»< uS*ion MgJ*" atreet car fltuatlun. lUTlry, t „ turkey*. g . * n * trmhrrTu mjli* ; [ m"* 0 "' *<o'*ach'll it,nut it, P.. Tr * <»rU u hath ! | UP! Chrl ' ,Un "' , Kva fall* on i» X " r F *""'y r»e." ««y* 1 * fell. *, " avr '".tr K, 1 ** 1 ' ">f tooth bruMhr*. BIG PCI LIKE IS CIRCUS Thousands Witness Colorful Array of Mutts, Cats and Kids Aim*, itaak, atop, the taaffi era marrkMf. Dam Ike m«*M llry pa: Ob aaawi /rail coha (key are munch int. Mm* rata ia tatter far Mm MM a a a Set to the claaMe tuna of "Tramp. Tramp. Tramp," there you have the official marching aaag of The Star. Community Cheat-Mutt and KM pa rade that convtileed thousand* of Ba atttettea on Pirat and Baeowd ave nue* Bat unlay morning. -MNI PARADE"; MK ANYBODY Soma parade: Aak anyone that *aw or heard it Cloaa to l.00« chil dren. papa, matt dog*, horee*. ponlea. chlckena. ducka. baanr, monkey*, par rota, kittena. eata. and household pet* of every Imaginable description Marched in battle formation behind an army tank down Pirat avenue and back up Hecoad. Km ilea, cheera and aaugtrtar echoed down the broad afreet* that wera lined with thouxand* of peraen* Autos were halted In aeamicgly end lesa row* walle the parade paaaed by. Tae. it waa wat. But every one was dretaed for rain and hap pine mi and enthuaiaem prevailed. After much anxioua watching and laat rairule exhortation* to "not let Jack get away," the parade started at Third ave. and Virginia at. short ly after 11. K!r*t came the tank from the Third army corpa, pulling a wagon in which were carried Rarkua ti. Woof and hta 14 Community Che*t adopted orphan* Then th* brigade of movie cameras, and then —the kid* and pet* "Where'* Jack Drmpaey?" the bay* wanted to know whan the parade started without Him. Jack waa picked up by ar rangement at the aouth end af the line, and rame back lo the point af diafcanding, where ha ahook hands wllb many a young white hope. Bed-head hoi ld PIOHT DKMPMEY "Hay. I'd like to go a few rounds with Dempeey." one red headed youth dei-iared. And then and there started an srgument with half a dozen others that ntarly led lo blows. Higns and banner* carried urged Heattie to dig deep and flit the Community Chest to It* brim. "Give not your mite, but your mightiest." one I sinner imploreij. l-abeled with the sign, •Twlna'Too Young to Walk," a pair of pups In a baby carriage eiu lte«| laughter all along tlie line. Hut the prize-winning mirthprovoker was a lone whit* duck, that waddled along behind ll* small master in lordly fashion, riot even a string alsiut its nei k. A brown hen In a parrot cage, pulb-d along on a coaster wagon, calmly perked at the grain on the floor of her cell. Altho hi* Husky dog died a short time ago, C'harle* Edward Gordon, first while man In Nome, marched In Ihe parade with hi* Eskimo wife, Mary, who was in her native cos tume. I/Illypop* and fruit rake were eagerly clutched by smelly, sticky finger*, and a lot of happy lmy* and *lrla—and grownups, too.—aro still *mlllng over all the good fun. Credit Men to Hold Ladies' Night Fete Hatyrday In l.adlcn nlfjljt for the Henltle At-nocla'lon of Credit Men, which will ni«-i»t in the Masonic club, Arcade bulldlnj. The S e a ttle S tar Catered M I«m4 Claaa Matter May t. lIM. II tke Poetoffice at Brattle. Wash. under the Act of Congraaa March I. 117*. Per Tear. by kail. II lo •» GIRLS, COMPARE YOUR FORM WITH GERTRUDE GERMANY MAY ENTER PARLEY Willing to Send Delegation if Invited PriaHist Iterate*'* ptaa tae aa sa setteilaa a aMteaa kaa awl wMb gaaeeat aparaial Iraa ttnaaMy all the iilagalUaa at the iimjaalrr i'l'lsll'" 'aa* t?" a**»e i w'twatlM Maya Ike Wtlaaa leagae aad Ik* " MarSfsg" sM*lial tee t.iraias par- Uetaattaa M Ike laatarawe appar antly me appeared kj Uw atajerttr Ai eel raw I'adeeatten mt takee. aeged tkai the ganaaanat aaki Mai pea ilaka tee ttglaa avee aaempla|BMßt that weald reasll fr»m a i in*ll«a a* batile*liip laastrartlas. AaMTtraa aaval eipeela agaM hate btfaemad dapaa that they ate aa vaHd riai in fee laeeeaetaa Ike Mlp paaaaa nib at eapttel ahtp !■—l« la per aeat aadee Ike llaaltstlaa mt arawaaaal peagraat. Peemiae Urtasil. aiaay ikasri bee* heUnrr. la *eln* bark ta hMW la itefaat. aad aetelepieeet* thai will i mi la kla eeaatrr apea hi* eelara ■n awaited' wtih lateme lateraal. « • • BY I,%WREN('E MARTIN WAHHINOTO.N. Nov. 2«.~ tjer many Is prejiared to send to the Washington conference « amall eco nomic military Uelegallon. The <ommt*aion will be ready frankly to dlaciis* land dlsurmament problema and reparation*. If tbe lat ter is Included under broadened scope of the arm* sessions. This Information woe obtained by the United Pre*s today from sounds i loae to Edmund Von Thermunn, new Herman charge here. It would carry with It (lerman au tliorlty, undoubtedly, for satisfactory guarantee* agalnat the "ciermnn nir. Kresalon" which Brland nay* I'lanca fears The committee would lie equipped to consider questions Rrland raised. More Important, however, to the Herman mind, would he a discussion of the reparation* question. The Wlrth government contend* that tjermany cannot meet It* reparallon payments after next spring under tin- present system. The ITnlted Htdle* and Great Brit aln have already taken steps to bring tjermany Into the aims limitation confen nee. These steps were described today by an American official as Informal and tentative." Bo fsr h« could ba learned, (lermany has not actually been approached officially. What has thu* far been done. It was Intimated, lias been mostly In the nature of Informal discussion* between officials of the advisability of inviting /Germany In, In connec (Turn ta P»g«" 7. Column 5) PAPER CONTEST A ENDS IN RIOTS CHICAGO. Nov. 2S -Great p.«t irtrct crowd* ryer gathered In l hi c**o mobbed dlftrlbutor* of "Hmtl ■ coupon*" Riv»n away by n.wxpaper* dl«r>"»ing of $200,000 In a circa lallon lottery »cheme. 0?t the Issue of Americanism There Can Be No Compromise SEATTLE, WASH., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26. 1921. flirt*, put on pour kril fcefhla* unit, aland la front of a full-lcnpth mirror, and compare your form toUh Ucrtru4o K opt It. A S'rir York >arp or nrllili fcai de i fared the has the most brautlful figure fa the ("ailed Mate*. Hut tcho'a pning to admit that anp Xete York (urp know* everything about beauty? And. aiipteap. Oil* fury didn't hate alt the et-idence be fore it. did iff Your opialon la a* 'rood a« their*. Mt*» t'.aort Ht-ea ia Fretno. Cat., U IS. Mtamd* S feet T IsiAiwi, aad iceipht Hi pound*. Hhe hai the /amoua Vraaa de Milo barker! off the board*, tap the or tint*. Hhr lidf kern tupportinp her trip pled father bp trorkinp in an office. CREW OF TUG MAY BE ALIVE Renewed Hope Expressed (or Sea Eagle Men AfTORIA. tyre., Nov. 26 —Re newed hope of the safety of nine meniliers of the crew of the tug Hea Kagle, believed to have foundered off the coast of Oregon, near Tilla mook light, some lime early In the week, wall expressed bv Capt. O. 11. Wicklund, of the Port Adam* life saving station, today, Const patrols have failed to find a single stick of lifeboat timber In all the wreckage cast up from the Hen Kngle, making It possible that Capt Gove and his crew managed to board the schooner Keola, last seen In tow of the He a Eagle off Coo* bay. Capt. Wicklund reported yesterday that a lookout had sighted a five, masted schooner off Peacock spit late Wednesday, and again Thurs day. It may have been the Ecola. The Ecola Is not equipped with wireless, so It was not possible to communicate with her. A report from Marshfk-ld wl-lther the Hca ICagle was to have towed the Ecola to take on cargo, stated that the Hen Kagle had been chartered at |1 iiim a month Rs * Coo* bay harbor bar tug. but that she hud not report ed In following her trip from Han Krandaco. To Probe Hospitals' Treatment of Vets Norman K Etigle, of Seattle, who represent* the American l.i-glun In the Northwest district of tlie United Ktate* veterans' bureau, will investi gate the treatment of veterans in nearby hospital*. AUGUSTA BLOCK SWEPT BY FIRE Georgia City Loses $1,500,- 000 in Flames AUOt'STA. Oa.. Nov. 21. —Kir* of unknown origin today, which threat ened the entire business section here, waa brought under control at dawn, after a city block had been partially raxed. The total loss was estimated at more than fI.buO.OOO. Mexicans Threaten U. S. Men With Death EL PAHO, Texas, Nov. 24.—Ameri can officials In Mexico have been threatened with death if Nicola Kacco and Hartoliano Vanxetti nr« executed In accordance with the sentence passed on them on charges of mur der arising out of u Massachusetts pay roll robbery, according to a letter received by Consul John W. Dye, of Juarez. Tlie' letter wn* purported to be from Vera Crux syndicalists. TV/pSS BACARDI'S iVI WEDDING IS DRY NEW YORK, Nov. 26. Miss Ade laide Bacardi, whose father Li th-i famous ruin manufacturer, had Iced ten and .lemonade for the guests at her wedding. High Court Denies Mrs. Peete's Appeal HAN KRANCWCO, Nov. Pell tlon for rehearing of the ease of Mrs. Louise Ij. I'eete, sentenced to life Imprisonment for the murder of Gharles Denton in I,os Angeles, was denied yesterday by the supreme court. ACTRESS SHOT BY REJECTED SUITOR AS CURTAIN FALLS HAMILTON. Out . Not. it A« the curtain »luwl> (IrKrinhd ■ I the Hid of ■ litll *" ukrtoh. Trultr the Apple Tree" here. ■ •hot rune out and Ul>i Ceclle Hutlfy, actrraa, dropped, prob ably fatally wounded. Another ►hot and Jack Orubb, atage rarprnltr from New York, foil with a bullet In th* head. Police iif he ahot the girl and then klfled hlnwlf The irirra condition *aa re ported critical and It waa feared •he might die. Police belltre Orubb had made advancra to Mlxa Hartley and tlinl wh<*n f>he i'piii-fd him he pulled the tllggrr. MOTHER UD GIRL SEIZED H RUM RAID Child of 15 Accused of Be ing Bartender at Roadhouse May Burdk-k, , 44, and her daughter. Irene, IV wee* held in the roun y Jail Saturday an liq uor rhargm, following their ar reftt Krtdij night at the Blue Moon madhouse, t« 0 milea north •( Auburn. lireaard aa a boy, In overall*, and with a c>i|> puiied down, over her hair, the girl, h'-cording to officers. acted a« bartender In the road houae, which ia conveniently located on the Pacific highway, and la Mid to bave been doing thriving retail liquor business. The raid was made b.v Sheriff Malt Ktarwtch and Deputy Sheriffs Camp bell, Buiwly and Wersfteld. Irene la alleged to hare aold Dep uty WerafW-ld good bonded liquor at (t rent a a nip. Altho arrangement! had been made by Hherlfr Starwlch to' pur • ham five gallons of liquor from a man at t|>e toad houac. suspicion waa aroused. and after much signaling by flashlighta, the bootlegger disap peared. A pint of whisky found In the road houae was held aa evidence, while a search waa being conducted in the near-by wood for the main supply. After consultation with the prose cuting attorney. Sheriff Matt star wlch held Mrs. Hurdick under a war rant charging sale of Intoxicating liquor. The daughter, Irene, waa re leaned. Arbuckle Defense Is Gaining Ground BAN KHANCItUX). Nov. M.- The scutes of Justice today were definitely swinging to the favor of Hoscoe Ar bin kle. rotund inovte comedian, charged with having taken the life of Vlrirtnln Ilappe. movie beauty. The defense wan Jubilant as court opened today. It promised to offer testimony which would make the proceeding" sparkle with stories of life parties. They were to be woven about one pivotal point—a claim that Virginia Kappe waa sub ject to hysteria, which caused her to tear her clothing, not once, but a store of times. Seattle Tug Safe in Astoria Harbor KAN KRANCIBCO, Nov. J6.-*Th> Seattle tug Samson. bound for lleedsport with n Iwrge In tow, which failed to arrive, was today reported storm bound at Astoria. # • • ABTOKIA, Ore., Nov. 26. A strong gale at the river's mouth will prevent the tug Hamson and Its tow, the burge Was.stucna, from going on to Reedport today according to the pilot's office this mrrnlng. , The tug mnde Astoria in the face of u terrific gale early in the week. SHOT HI CKS; KIN EH Found guilty of shooting ducks after sundown. In violation of the migratory bird laws, Webb M, Weed Was fined 120 in federal court Friday. HOME EDITION NARCOTICS USED TO MAKE YOUTHS UNFIT FOR ARMY Canon Bliss Makes Sensational Ac cusation as Governor Hart's Conference Opens By Hal Armstrong Japan is deliberately promoting the dope traffic in the United States in an effort to destroy the nation's military efficiency. This was the direct charge made Saturday by Canon W. H. Bliss shortly after Gov. Louis F. Hart's dope conference opened here. Canon Bliss attributed the following statement to a wealthy Los Angeles Japanese: "In 10 years there will be 5,000,000 American young men ineligible for military service beciUi* 6f the dope felblf/' "Take that statement an coming /rom a Jap and make what you like of It,"* the clergyman said. "The profit In money from dope may not be the only motive in distributing Jt here." Oov. Hart opened the conference by asking the audience to rise and xlne "Amcrlra." This was follower by a prayer by Rev. Stanley Muok of Bremerton. The governor then made a abort speech and excused himself from the conference on the ground that he had praising busi ness elsewhere. Room 40» of the county-city build ing was well filled by men and wom en prominent In public lif* thruout the state. The governor said: "Studious observation for many months convinces me that the so culled dope habit la making rapid growth, with an alarming Increase In the number of addicts, and, as chief executive, being to some extent responsible for the enforcement of law anil order, bound to safeguard In every way the moral, physi cal and menial well being of the people, my Interest in this matter transcends any mer«> personal feel ing and rests primarily on the desire of a public official to protect society 1 from the deadly effects of a growing vice which delwuches the victim, body and soul, undermines the moral fiber and destroys economic effi ciency. "FOR THIN RKASON I ( A1.1.K1) CONFERENCE" "For this reason I have called this conference of public officials, whose duties bring them In personal con tact with those most directly respon sible for the growth of the opium habit, the dope-peddlers. In the hope that. tij J co-operation and the co-ordinating of all prosecuting j.'igenrles, perhaps aided by an aroused i public sentiment, something might be done to lessen tl.e evil. "This Is the sole object for which you are called together "In issuing the call for this con ference I did not expect to avoid crltl- Iclsm and antagonism from the opium j ring thru those whom they might j influence thru politic*, personal ani mosities and otherwise. "Tn thU I have not been disappoint ed. But good people In general, ton ! Ml to all the weaknesses of human kind, yet living honest, decent, moral lives. Ignorant of the growth of this evil and unconscious of Its proximity, enjoying a false security, reluctantly believe it necessary to discuss this question at all. "But the prosecuting officers of our cities and towns, the police, the civil authorities, national and state and local, and the associations and agencies for the promotion of public morality know only too well that the menace in tlie United States of habit forming drugs has gone beyond all question of doubt, and has become an ascertained fact, on the basis of which we must seek the means of protecting our people against this In sidious vice." Hie governor concluded with the statemrnl, "The mnelinv la now In your liands," and left lh« conference. United States District Attorney Thomas I*. Revelle took charge of the meeting and made the followtng brief (Turn to Page 7, Column 2) TWO CENTS IN SEATTLE MAY BREAK STREETCAR AGREEMENT Council to Follow Witt's Ad vice and Seek New Arrangement Municipal street railway bond holders are to be asked by the city council far permission ta break the city's contract for pur chase of the street ear system. The city's legal department was drawing up today a resolution authorising the council to name a representative to present such a re quest to the bondholders. If the bondholders consent, the city will make a new contract, pro viding an easier method of paying for the street railway, first Install ment to lie paid In 10 years, instead of on January 1, HI2. COI'NOII, miJiIWKU WITT'S HI QUESTION The council voted to pursue such a program at its meeting Friday after noon. at the urgent suggestion of Peter Witt, the council's tl,ooo-a -week traction expert. It Is the opinion of Witt and the council that the bondholders will readily consent to the proposal to de fer payments. The advantages of the plart are; (1> The bondholders will continue for 10 years longer to draw interest at the rate of 5 per cent a year on $15,000.000, the whole purchase price of the street car system. <2> The city will withhold the first 10 annual Installments of $833,000 each, due the bondholders the first of every year under the present con tract. anil will spend this money for (Turn to Page 7, Column 4) Freight Steamer Ashore in Gale ASTORIA. Ore., Nov, M.—'The freight steamer Springfield, which went aground off Peacock Spit In a gale early today, was reported afloat by the harbor patrol at 11 this morn ing. She was bound from Portland for New York by way of Seattle. She put into Astoria for repairs. Find Cocaine Cache in Shaft of Liner Federal narcotic offic ra Friday found 29 bottles of cocaine cleverly i-oneealed In a spare boiler tube In the extreme end of the tall ahaft on the Rtearner Eldorado at 'He Emrt Waterway dock. Step* have been taken by the custom* department to lmpoae a fine equal to the valu* 9t the dope against the vessel.