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THREE MANIACS RUN AMUCK!
Lg»rr Now for the 1 inal pull to put the Community Chest over! The commit ■ tees are out to finish the job. The town ought to g£t behind them and ■ see that it's done in a hurry. The Chest simply MUST be filled. The I JJ good name of Seattle requires it. The needs of the 46 charitable insti tutions demand it. Our own self-respect makes it imperative. I If you haven t given at all as yet, you should lead the procession today. If |fOU gave but can give more, encore yourself! I Remember: It s not cash that is asked —it is subscriptions payable quar |erly or monthly during 1922. PLEASE RUSH YOURS IN. WEATHER ffsmpkt »wi Tv-rii*. rain ; trarm (r «troajr walk wvM gnk*. «* I Ant ! I Hour. Maiaitliu. 31. Minimum, 48 Twk) n«on. 11. VOLUME 23 £ —— /#oi7!6 ll—*. Koik»! Harriott Mini the fc»> of I tut turkey tuu>h w• • • *Ow pontes are brnylnt t« atari, kys Wkixta trtwt Krttler in The »l*r. letßh. ne»*h. Wanda' • • • The fklr W'llttt* inform* llome Irew thai the »trl« den l cil Vm m chwt* any more Thry tall Vm ike Lonl Knows-When*." • • • it . —— a UL' UKK fiKK, Til' OKKICK | VAMP, SW T«rkey hMh b to turkey whil —itlM» h t* Mr i ■r • • • R I mmw mot W a modrt mnn. I-1 irimk aad cuA and shitkr I Tkc /Httir dice. I I slap Ml Mr at mtgkt. ■ fm mot exactly nice. H A girl omcr maid I wis a »««, K Amd potmbiy skr t right. ■ But. JwrfK, hit to this: I I mm t so hand at chetcing gum. I —Mr Amok. a « » e ■ Seattle Oiinw are eiperl»nr-ln* HkOrully in learning pool now that Hey have rtv<n up their queue*. B Maybe they cat! "em btinralowa he- MUM the builders bungled 'rtn and bheir occuputi ova for Vm. I* * * I "Bremerton Coundlmen R»(um to holt Office" Hah, Seattle council- Ken never quit until thry dlei E• • • Ifm THE CRKKK OOEJi DRY fau wee hwlni on his salt dab. MM or I l»«s. I And his elothr* were mt «oiris«. I bat Mmt drrse. » n> stsrin* o>r th« link*, as the eet- I vrsn lltoli" , and *>k«l him at bis sad dleUM*. I "A*, an. K In «•»• tad—l «-arn»t nr. i M» •• net Heard taa n»«s that * S« n * k: In way ' ■ Ml thru ml playtnf folf. for I cast my t ball aloft. ■ M teat It la the creek, last fteturdar " I The Dante \««cmhly at the KfatvrrsMy of Washington ha* pal oil. owing to the death ■ft the ISM of honor BT a a • Hbn» nrarly fireproof feature of cars Bjnodern gaaollnr. Kt>o YOU KNOW THAT: The Hptlrhl'* greatest auditor can't add up f• foil acore correctly? | Be that a* It may. IH. .Samuel ID. Caff in la a pliyikun In the I Yale building. • • « . . . i And there la a barber ahop at Ftrat mm Washington that advertiaea lath*. 2i centa. including neck." • • * KKKHI. *1 want a brlefeMwe." aalil the man ♦lth the now | ~r>o you mean—or —a qilirtfollo?" fllig?' at«d the tactful clerk. —Life. • • • "Ksplfitl to fh«n that a calf dfow* strong and healthy by drink iftlC mitt," advises the N. V. Dairy men* league, Aw right, we'll fell , Mm' of those short Rklrt perform ern on Second ave. all about It. • • • rVUIM THE COLLECTION OF |i DAN LANDON Tki *u »vW*ntly itttlni a Mt f€rj ip wttb the Jury, and at Iml to* 'iiao'jn' | "I discharge the Jury *• A tail, lean mtmUr of tha 11 th*a t«w » "H«r, Jud*», you cMi't discharge rne '4 fr dm' harire you? Why not?" the Ju'lK* "■Wall," replied the Juryman, pointing fa th* for fl»f*ri»* # "I waa hired fey that guy over there'" • e e Canon Bit**, head of th* White Csoy<4 i\oix> fighters, says high Cohool students are engaging in "•now" parties, But the coke keep* 'tin warm. e e • "Hotel fiurM Shut In RnhinilH " Newtpaper headline. Thin couldn't ha*i- happened in S<alllr. Mini of Hit have in>l our rotunda* playing golf. • • , Down in lUo De .Janeiro. If a com edy fillurn at the J^ll>»-rty the truth. »he follaa «.;t » lunty kirk outa drinking coffee. And In a coun try that haan't committed Vointead, «'th«r: Where Ifnorancc, etc., et.<x Nk * * * Wonder wha» the council will do •tier it ha* irmt '.lk Witt.' • • « HAD! HAD. I fferr lira the. 10-iy cf old Jim Moor*. I H« drai.k hum* brrj- thai hid a kirk. I Th' brrw b' dronl: w-m quitr impure, K II Weir him up. a drrn mr*,n Irick. .THERE'S A REASON FOR THE STAR'S 11,727 CIRCULATION LEAD OVER ITS NEAREST COMPETITOR A GOOD REASON ■ J l JL, The Seattle Star Knterrd mm Bn «n4 ( :»■ Matter May 3. Il»». at th« PoctOfflca at l*alllt, Wuh. tinder the Art of Con*r<i»» March J. l|7» I*«r Yrmr, by Mall, fS Ui $» U. S. STANDS PAT JAPAN YIELDING BY CARL D. GROAT WASHINGTON, Nov. 28. —The Shantung question was characterized in Japanese quarters today as being "as good as settled." Chinese authorities simultaneously agreed that a settlement outside the Far Eastern conference was likely, barring only insistence by the con ferees on having the matter deliber ated in committee. There is also a prospect that Japan will denounce— cancel—the famous 21 de mands which impinge on China's political and terri torial integrity. This information came to day from a source extremely intimate with Pacific devel opments. • • • FRANCE SCORED BY NEWSPAPERS Press of Italy, Britain and Germany Unites BY CHMUXB M. MCANN LONDON. Nov. IS The prewi of England, Ormany end Italy wan ar rayed againat the preae of France to day—and ail turned to America for support. They pleaded their ease* thus: Britain. favorably accepting the hint for an association of natton*. de nounced Fran«e for her refusal to re duce armaments. Herman papem looked favorably on the possibility"" that she may be in vlt*d to the arma conference. porhaps the nation* aaaoctallon, and declared iho would advance! guaranties to Franc* that Ormany haa dimarded militarism. Italy a press called for a "show down" on the "diaagreem*nt of French and Italian delegate®** in Washington. and tagged France as "militaristic," France, admitting that 'most of the world aeemed to have turned agaift*t her silently wnile they soothed her with soft worda," received with suspicion th* association of na tion* suggestion and declared that prance muat protect her ee<-u/1 ties with armie*. The pre** of France wa* rno*t uni ioua over the reported Invitation of Germany to the Washington confer ence. No End la Seen in Deadlock of Iriah LONDON, Nov. 28.—Unlo** Ulster unexpectedly forces a showdown In the Irl*h negotiation*. t£e peaceable deadlock may continue indefinitely, and premier Lloyd Oeorge will b** able to leave for Washington, it waa believed here today. The apprehension over the po*Mible action which I'lster may tak»* when Hlr James Craig goes before his par liament In Belfast tomorrow was somewhat diminished, and the gen oral belief was that Lloyd George's departure for America will not be lm podod. $3,000,000,000 All That Harding Wanta BV KHAHKII KIIWAHIW WAKHINOTON, Nov. 2H. Presi dent. Harding will submit a $3,000, ono.ooo budget to congress when it convenog December 3, It was learned today. It wiU cover financial needs for the fiscal year endthg June 30, 1923. This estimate I* $1,06K.000,000 bo. low the estimate submitted for th* fiscal year ending June 30, 193f2, and and rofiroKonta a saving of $r»00,000.- 000, it* congrea* pared that much from th* estimate*. On the Issue of Americanism There Can be No Compromise SEATTLE, WASH., MONDAY, A it»#> ( rUmI Md Jmpmn mm limiUlion at rmpHmt thlpa mnm In IH# mtr *» (Ho mem* t mmf»*r»r* k*|U Its (klnl wmrnU Ifldar. IMar In a#llll»| ll»* rttffrr*-nr+m hmtwmmm ||»* l«t M»«f« mm Jmpmm+++ d#Mii4 fw » rmthm IN** thmi aIUHImI In IM IU«h«« H»« MrriM U lk« Taliy* fM* w»«t«l raihrr than ill* Jmpmnmrn Irlmmmtkmm Iter*. T*k>* Imw m* W« M»H ffrwm **«! *n >fiMw»i>| U IMIIMI tmr *# |K* ohanlNM •»•••• "mmi mt rmmrt" Wrmm* m |> I*4l If t (al«w It** fmr I \mm* rmm». 9## ImtMa mi hundllMi lb* mtllrr, J"!*" «•> nMMmw H#r tl «•*■ mm Chi** bml ilrwtmf Ik* Anfl*-jRpMM# ■ lll**re %m**rlt-mm |««»rtiin#ni »rriri«l« r»- t**Hl*«*Nl IH* miivmllmi IHkI IhU ff*f rrmmrmt I* imaliln luff r**r*l|*ll«* •f mmf part *1 lh# mm* ML DEATH OF MAN LAID TO DOPE Sailor Succumbs; Porter Is Arrested in Everett Dop* early today caused the death of a navy iiailor who waa stricken | violently ill in Kverett yeaterday and waa ruahed to Providence hoapltal here In a futile effort to save hi* life. "Les" reeves negro f*ort«*r of the |r,em barter ehop. waa nrre*t«d In Kverett later today In a raid directed [by C. A. Turner, oommiaaloner of | public eafety. » Altho th* dead aallor'a name waa given aa "T. Ma rah" when he entered th* hoapital. and ha waa believed to have had only $l4. army dia«'harg* paper* indicating he waa Ceorge Peterwon. who*e parent a live near Htevena, and aeveral hundred dollarpr were found in hia pocketa. Commiaaioner Turner and hoapltal authorUi*'* are endeavoring to com |mtink*ate with the P»*teraona, Whether the arreat of Keevea haa any connection # with the death of I the *ailor rould not ho lrarn*d. Commiaaioner Turner BaM Keevea waa hHd after the raid on the har bor whop had 4ftacloaed I® "blndtea" *»f concealed fn a tow*-1 under ! th* ahop and 1# "blndlee" more wrapped in A towel under a nearby houae. Indictmenta Today for U. S. Rum Theft? Indictments are expected Monday by the f«-deral grand Jury in connip tion with the looting of the fwlfrnl prohibition warehouse of liquor val ued at $40,000, here. in A ugu*t Kight pf*mon/i are now i harmed with l)finK implicated In the cuff, and morf arreata are expected. The lant person fo l>e taken Into rimtody waa Warren V. Youmana. manager of a warehouse at 157 King at., who waa arreated Friday, and released on 92,500 hall, after a hearing before V. 8. Commissioner It. W. Met'in land. Interurban Slice* Street Car in Two IJOH ANQKLKO, Nov. 2« —Thir teen persons wer* Injured her* to day In a collision between an Inter urban electric train and it street car. An incoming lx>ng Beach train, unabte to stop «t an int*r*e< tion l>e catise of wot mils, craahe<l lnt<» a street tar and alrmmt cut It in two. BY A. BRADFORD WASHINGTON, Nov. 28. The American plan for limitation of naval armaments stands unchanged, naval experts of .Japan and Great Hritain Were told today. This attitude of the American naval advisory committee was communicated to the foreign experts in an informal Meeting of the naval authorities of he various ]x»wers today. The Japanese, however, ejt pccl an agreement on both the naval and Far Has torn question* before Chratnuu, the United Press learned on good authority today. Quick niil atrium conreaatono for ameliorating th* ChlniiH frublrm lure been and are Mm made. A reply to th* lilrit communlot lion (torn the nprila d* ciaring that the American author! tlea made mt*take> In their cal< ula tlona wa« given by thta govern m- nt'a advlaera at today's mwilni of th* e*per«a. Th* reply wa* that no miatakaa hav« bee a found In tl>« American plan One American naval advlaer atrongly Indicated to the United Preu that the capital ahlp proposal in the Hughe* plan waa rapidly ap proaching a ahnwdown between the American and Japan*** ri|itrt< and that th<- controversy would aoon be turned over 'to th* principal dele gate* Of tb« power a concerned for aolutton. Tokyo—Not th* Waahlngton Jap* n*a* delegatus la responsible, ai-cord In* to Itrltlah Information, for the bickering ov«r th* ahlp ratio Tba delegation waa portrayed aa/ln a mood elthy to accept or nearly to meet the American viewpoint, while the Tokyo government, for reasons of Ita own, including unreel among ahlp worker*. «m "holding out." New Instructions from Tokyo are underatood to have been received. • • • Germany Willing to Offer Guarantees l/IN'ION, Nov. 2*. Oermany la prepared lo offer iruarantees that she hn* disarmed to allay fears of the French, trrordlni lo a dispatch to Ihe Chronicle from Berlin, quoting "an official atatement from the Herman ministry of defense." Thla la taken aa the Herman reply to the speerh of Premier Hrland be fore the Washington disarmament conference. In which the French pre mler pointed to "a Herman military menace" a* the reason for France re fustnir to substantially reduce her armies. Debt Cancellation Denied by Official WASHINGTON, Nov. 2H. Em phatic denial that the l.'nited Htates is considering cancellation of any part of the European war debt was mad#> today, following tin* dispatches from Paris and London, to the effect that 50 per cent of the money owed the United Htates might be marked off. An American official said thst pealed efforts have been made by som«» foreign delegates to raise the debt question unofficially. Ho fsr as the United HtatoM is concerned, this official said, the conference will b»* limited to matters for which it was called. Stimson Funeral to Be Held Today Funeral norvlcex for fred K. stim son. Henttle capital!*!, who died KUd denly 1(1*1 Thuradny, w it Kiheduled to be held at 2 p. m. Monday Ht the home of hts lion-In-law, Dr. W. A. Moore, 944 tlth live. N. Private ere. mutton waa to follow the nervlcen, which Wfre to he In charge of Jlev. Hldney Morßun. NOVEMHER 28, 19921. ARBUCKLE ON STAND! Mrs. Ponzi Remains Loyal XXX X X XXX Won't Desert Her Husband IIOKTOV. Nor. J*.—lf you *pr» the wife of it multl millionaire fi nance wiutrt) - % And he lout hl« I**l penny— And »u thrown Into prison-* Would you stay loyal to him and defend him while the whole world condfrnnnl him? Would you leave hi* mansion ami live In a five room flat with bla mother, awaiting: hla release? Would you *et lack your old job as a stenographer to earn bread for yourself and hla mother? Well. Mra. Charlea I'onti la Ju«l thai! C»f course, you rememlier Pon*l. He promised client* lo mnk« million* in foreign exchfknpe operations. Fed eral a*ents Investigated and proved be wna n financial faker. Hut "Charlie waa honest." Mra. T'on/I Dolly Johnson's Trial Is Opened By E. P. Chalcraft * A tall wotnsn, alirl and self poftsaNfted, and a pttli* fmrd, wor ried little girl of 12—these two sre on I rial In superior court Monday before Judge Oils W. Brinker. A It ho the state's Information names only Mrs. T)olores M. John son. sister of the convicted wife-mur derer. James K. Mahoney, In the first degree forgery charge, little Marga ret. her daughter. Is also lK»lng tried. Hhe is on trial for the sincerity of her mother love. SCANS FACKH OF JI HOKH Holding tightly to her mother's arm, eagerly she scanned the face of each prospective Juror (luring the seating of the panel. Twice fche winced and held on more tightly. The first was when Thomas J. Casey, counsel for the defonxe, said to a Juror, "In this case the defend ant Is charged with the crime of forgery." And again, when Deputy Prosecuting Attorney T. If. Patter son asked another prospective Juror If his verdict would he Influenced by the fact that others than the defend ant on trial probably would suffer If she were found guilty. The entire morning session was tak*»n In the seating of the Jury, which up until noon was as follows: Herman Haxe, 1118 Madison fit., jeweler: E. A. Flint, 717 Madison St.. In the quartermaster department of 1 1he armv; M. ft. Conway. 2941 40th lave. N. Ifl., employed by Prank Wa- I tcrhouM* ft Co.; A. O Miller, 1715 R. TWO CENTS'IN SEATTLE Mrs. Charltts Ponzi steadfastly maintains. "Why, he could have kept nome of the IR.OOO. 000 he *uve buck to Investor* If he hadn't been square. "He could ha\> hurled a million find* no one would have known the difference. Hul he didn't! "I've had several offer* to enter the movie*, but I Juat can't capitalize Charlie'* misery. It's all too traffic. "Of courae, It'* lonely for us with out Charlie he wua so kind and con siderate. And let me tell you this ---» tnan who's kind to hla mother and wife can't lie laid at heart toward the rest of the world. "Christmas " A wistful look came Into Mrs. Ponrl's eyes. "Christmas—! do hope they parole Charlie before next Christmas. That's nil I'm lookine forward tor* at.. vt#«l manufacturer; Thomas R. McNally. 4409 W. Atlan tic st.. shipyard employe; Mm. Qtßi va Miller, 1880 24th ave.. grocer's wife; Mm. Wllllamine Zefb, *36 N. 78th, housewife; Clara Wtehman, 3002 Court st., housewife; K. D Htef fen, *047 Stroud st., druggist; A. M. Klammant, 2706 32nd avs. H.. sales man; Hognar Higtrig, 6904 28th tve. N. VV . and Helena H. Parks, 817 30th ate. 8. It Was exported that several chal lenges would ho rnruje before the Jury finally was seated. The state's Information briefly charges that Mrs. Johnson, on April 16, 1921, forged the general power of attorney for James K. Ma honey, rep resenting herself to he Mahoney's murdered wife, Mrs Kate MahotMy. While Mrs. waa on trial the furniture in her home at 1921 Ninth ave. W. wan being aold at public auction by Sheriff Matt Star wich to natinfy a mortgage of $458.80. WORM W ARNINOS Southeast ntorin warnings 1 were ordered displayed at 7:20 n. ' m. Monday at nit Washington ] seaports and at the mouth of the | Columbia river. A severe storm ! Which fn approaching the Hrittah I | Columbia coast will cause strong ' I southeast to southwest galea dur- j ! ing the next 24 bourn or longer. ! SAN ItAKAKI.. Calif. lx>ui* Koulourts. charged with murder of Harold Wilaon, hanga himself in jail on eve of trial. RELATES HIS OWN VERSION Home Edition Photoplay Actor'la Good Witness for Defense in Girl Death Case# A dull rumble sw«pt thru tha courtroom as spectators shifted to better view the comedian. FATTY BWiINS HIS STOHV Attorneys leaned back In their chairs and tried to look unconcerned. The Jury strained forward, frankly j expectant. Arbuekle walked to the stand. He bumped Into a rhair and had diffi culty squeexlng between two tables, i He seated himself carefully, pulling up each trousers leg so his nifty blue Norfolk wouldn't get baggy a* the knees. He twisted in the chair a couple of times and glan<-ed down at the defense counsel table. It was the signal for his lawyers to begin. He testified ns follows: "My name is Roecoc Arbuekle. I tkm a movie actor. HAYN UK DID NOT INViTK MISS KAPPK "Virginia llappe came to my room ' at the St. Francis hotel September | 7. Mrs. Delmont was with her. She | did not come by my invitation. Neither did A 1 Semnacher. Zey Pyv ron or Alice Blake. I Invited Mrs. 1 Marie Tnuhe. "I was dressed in pajamas and bathrobe. . * "Around J p m. I saw Miss Rapp* ! In my room. I was then going out for an engagement with Mrs. Taube. ; I had seen her In the other room Just previously. The door of the room was open when 1 saw her. "I found her in the bathroom. She was on the floor In front of the toilet, holding her stomach. I picked her up and held her hair out of her face. Then I took a towel and wiped her face. "I gave her a glass of water. "She said she would like to He down and I carried her to a bed "She said she had these spells often. GIRI. ON FIjOOR. MOANING, WRITHING "I went to the bathroom and when I came back she was on the floor, writhing and moaning. I "I called Miss pyvron and Mrs. Delmont. When they came in she was tearing her clothes. "I told the girls to stop her and tried to help her. "I went out and when I came back Mrs. Delmont was rubbing her with ! Ice. | "I picked up a piece of Ice and Mrs. Delmont told me to get out and |t told h<r to shut up or I'd throw her out the window. "I then had Mrs. Taube call the hotel manager. When he came we put Mr Flshbeck's bulhrobe on Miss , llappe and carried her into another I room. "1 carried her three quarters of the 1 way anil Mr. Boyle took her. "I then aak'd Boyle to get a doc-i tor. NAYS WINDOW OPKN; DOOR I'NI/OCKKD "The door leading from my room to the corridor was not kicked. The window was open und the curtain up. "Miss Rappe said nothing anyone I could understand. ' • "I did not place my hand on Misa S lluppo's hand while she had hold of the door. "I did not it>me into contact with the door. I did not ask Oscar Nor guard tor the key to Miss Rap pe s dressing room at the Culver City I studios. "I have told everything that oc curred while 1 was in the room with Miss Rappe." • On cross examination, he said his ! room at the hotel was No. 1219. "I can't remember If | ever saw j Oscar Norgaurd at Culver City. "1 rented h studio from Henry (Turn to Page 7, Column *) BY M- 11. TRACY , RAN FRANCISCO, NOT. ?*.— lUim-o ("FxlHy") Arbuekle, movie romrdian. on trial tor man ulauihlcr, bundled hi* I Impound form out of the defendant's chair today ami ambled to the wltueiw Maui lie was railed »uiW«iljr to IWI tt>r Jury his version of the death ol Virginia Kaiipr, whlrh he la arruM'd of causing. It wit tlie rllmax of the trial. POLICE SEEKING MADMEN Mysterious Shots Fired Into Homes Imperiling Lives of Two Policemen and deputy sheriff® were Man-hint the rity Monday for two madmen, reported ta have run imuck In different aee* lions of Seattle, temirixilUf diizt-ih of families and placing dozen s of Uvea in >»opardy. A third »a» in the rity jail, raptured after a desperate strug gle- One of the ma nines fired three shots at Capt. Ilarry W. Crosby, 12U Federal ave., and Dr. O. K Unwoß, 12J7 Federal ave.. and afterward held the entire neighborhood in terror Cor several hours. Capt. Crosby told police that he was sitting with his family in hia j living room when suddenly three shots rang nut. the I>u I lets pawing (lose to hia head and lodging in tbe I wall. Crosby turned out the Mght and 1 called police. A few seconds later a shot «M ! fired thru L>r. Ijimnon'i window aa I-amson was reading. Um«on leap |ed to safety and also called pollco. When Motorcycle Patrolmen Walter liemi'h and George Reynolds arrived, the would-be aosussins had fled. Peter Mhlcs reported to the pollca that a maniac .irtned with an ax drove him and his family out of their home at Spokane ave. W. and Hiver side drive Sunday night. Brandishing his ax and utttering' fiendish yells, the Intruder drove tha family out of the houHe and then cieded to attack the furniture. Peering thru the window. Ma lea saw that the interior was practically demolished. Ijiter the maniac went Into tha yard and killed all the chickens ha could find, and then turned on a doc and a cat, household pets. As soon as efforts were made to dislodge him. the maniac piled wrecked furniture against the door and stood behind the barricade, ax in hand. Males and his family spent tha night with neighbors. Driven suddenly insane, Arvid Norman. 3?, leaped upon John Klrkard, a guest of the Nather hotel, 606s Pike si., and was only prevented from rutting hia throat by a united attack by a doien persons, who bore hint to the floor and disarmed hint. The attack occurred shortly after midnight Monday, when Norman waa discovered creeping up the stairs with an open raxor in his hand. Ho leaped into the lobby on the second floor and. uttering wild shouts, seized Rlcksrd by the neck and forced his head back. A J bystander grubbed Norman's arm and other guests or the hotel held Norman while Charles FJster called the police. Norman broke away and ran up stairs but the police found him. Ha is held in the city Jail for mental Investigation. SPOKANK.—Burned while playing | near a bonfife. Gladys ellefson, (, dies. Do You Want Full Data on Divorce Laws? A reader of The Star asks for a list of the causes for absolute di vorce in all of the states of the U. S.. and the length of residence re quired in each to obtain a divorce. This is too long to print, but any other reader desiring this com piled information may obtain it by writing to The Star's Washington Bureau, 1322 New York ave., Washington, D. C., inclosing two cents for postage. i: *' I II II