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' MONPAV. NOVKMIiKU 'JS. 1021.
CHINA SEEKS ASIA LEAGUE TO END WAR lired of Paper Promises. It Wants to Bind the Powers to Peace It Wll l-IAM PHII.ir MMMS WASHINGTON. No\ B*. c'htna want* a kagtie of Pacific nations. Skeptical because so many times (tune despite formal agreements t with regard to her integrity, t'hlna s Will »*k the arms conference here More >t adjourns to authorise some f inni of IntematHinal hotly to en [ft I — its mandates. Minister W W. Yen, dl Meting mind nt the Chinese delega don. himself favors an asaoclatlon or court, comiioaetl of tha Pacific powers to sit at Shanghai or sotne other Chine* city. Thl* court. Yen <av«. would In tsrprel the finding* of the Pacific tsaferem-e and hear such diaputea as might arise hereafter between the power* over Kar Kastern questions ArrtcAui mi 11» HH TAKKN Ttl Hll.II CtH KT "This iArt need not necoasarlly be final," IT Yen told me. In tie scribing Ills plan in Peking. "A dis satisfied disputant would have the right to take hla case to the court of International Justice for final ad Judication However. I belleye that tn moat ca*a this lower or Pacific court—which In effect would be a sort of 'carry-on' body of the Pa ctftc conference--.could settle tha dif ficulties amicably." Paper promises have come to mean to China, and If the Pacific conference merely reaffirms the doc trine of the open door. China's ter ntortal Integrity and the rest, but provide* no machinery for carrying out this policy, the Celestlsl republic will be left pretty much where she .w«a at the beginning. The Chinese point out that every one of the great power* Immediately accepted the open door principle* laid down by the American secretary ef atate. John Hay. and all have Stoutly Insisted about once a year regularly since IWO that they still adhere to them, fully and absolutely, yet almost none of those nations has rosily lived up to Its promise Yhina dkmimw mori-: THAN MKRK PKOMIXKS Whst China now demands Is some thing more than mere promises or perfunc'ory agreements Any num ber of treaties have been signed safe (oc-ding Ctunu The Anglo .lap snere aUlatice. to name one. spe alficaltv guaranteed China's in vtoiatHbty An.l all the time China h%a been steadl.y and a> stematxaUiy de spoiled. Now China Insists that In adds (ion to promise*, the conference shall do something to make the promises stick That Is the meianhig of the 10th point In China's outline for her case: "Provision Is to be made for fu ture conference* to be held from tjm* lo time for the dis.us«i.n of International questions relative to the Pacific and Kar Kast as a basis for determination of common poli cies of the signatory powers In re lation thereto" New U. S. Marshal Names His Staff K B. Benn. newly appointed U. 8. munha! for the Western district, to succeed John M Boyle I yrfmbfr 1, has aammnced that he will retain W. E. Theodore chief deputy.. In charge of the Heat tie office Indef initely. He will al«o retain K R. Tobey deputy In Heattle. and John Hearrist deputy In Tacoma. K. E Burroughs. of Aberdeen, will tie chief deputy In Tacoma. Krnest K. (las kill. A. M. Mmltb. of l*uyallup. and Joe Kmiiik. of Cbeballs, have bean appoint deputies. Jitneys Win Point by Mayor's Veto Because it lacked the xtgnuture of the mayor, the proposed ordinance authorizing the city legal depart ment to institute Injunction proceed ing* against the operation of Jitnev busr* operated by the Hound Transit Co. failed to become a law Kuturday. Being an emergency ordinance, it cannot be passed over the mayoralty *«to. MII.K PKII KN will remain un changed during December, according lo the announcement of the Heattle Milk Shipper*' association. full count* dinner. Tic. at Boldt's. Served Itol p. m.— Advertisement. CLOSING A DEAL FOR SALE OF REAL ESTATE Should be done through the ' Kacrow Itcpartmcnt" of th« Title Insurance Company. Thl* for the mutual protec tion and accommodation of tiuyer, Heller and Agent. The rt-nrgr for handling an "Kxcrow" (or drmtng of .1 deal) le very timall. but the protection and accommodation l» v«ry great. IM Mr. K. l\ Trer.per, at our *l<l Becono Avetnje offii '-. or Mr. Chai I •on Kail, at our 114 Columbia Htriet office, tell you all about drain* a deal through our Escrow Department. WASHINGTON TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY "Xadrr Htale. HupervUlon" 81* Hcnwd Ave., or 111 Columbia HI. IIKKK'S MORK AIMIIT ARBUCKLE TESTIMONY l.ehriu.in at I'ulvcr City In !»!* "V. s. I aaw Mlaa Hit|i|ie there." Vlllil t KI.K l'K(l\ Kg I.IMIII W ITNKfvS Kevertlng to Hie party, he xaltl no other women were preaenl when Ml** Itappe arrived. He "ulil he did not know shfl whs coming Arbuckle waa an witness, speaking rapidly and dearly, In a deep, pleasant voice. He leaned far forward In his chair and emphasised hi* word* wllh ge*ture* anil hla e*- presalve face Mr* Oelmont tame to the party a few minute* after Ml** Kappe." he aald. I INlhs PKONKt I TOIt NTKAItiHT IN K\K At time* Arbuckle would rest hi* head on hi* hand, prenslng one fin ger deeply Into hi* fat cheek He looked the state's- attorney closely In the eye while under cross examlna lion. Mlas Kappe Kortlouis. Mr. Hher man and myself were there when Mrs. l»elmont arrived" he *ald "Minn lllake and Mlas Pyvron cams nest. I never hail seen them Morf In my life " How long after Miss Blake came did Mlsa Pyvron arrive?" lie was asked "1 don't know ' he answered with evident Irritation "I'll gueaa for you If you want 8a v about 10 minutes "When Mi*a Pyvron arrl\ed I waa sitting in a chair eating breakfast and t tlklng tii Miss Kappe ' I wa* drinking coffee, On another table wa* Scotch whisky, gin, orange Juice and White Rock water. "Mr Klahbeck placed Ihe liquor on Ihe table. "He said for everyone to help themselves. "Nobody mentioned drinking he Just brought It In about the time Mlas Happe arrived." "Wa* whisky, gin. orange Juice and White Rock water all there was?" he was asked. "I gueaa that's all." he aald csrt les*ly. ' I Mil you know Al Semiutcher was going to be there?" "No " > "What waf being done lief ore Mlas Happe left the room?" "We were dancing, drinking and playing the Vlctrota. Mlaa Kappe suggested bringing up the Victrol*." "Old you drink anything?" "Yea. highballs " "l>ld you dancer' "I'h. huh " "How long did this dancing and drinking Utsf " "All afternoon." "You did know one lady was com ing. didn't you?" "Yea. we wera going riding." "When did Klahbeck leaveT' "fletween I 10 and I' 4&. He wanted to borrow my car. HOPE TO CLOSE DRIVE IN WEEK Chest Workers Renew Ef forts After Holiday Expressing the positive belief that they would be able to go over the top by the end of the wee|» ami rearh their quota of 1744.110. Community Cheat workers resumed their actlvl ties Monday, after their sfek-end holiday. They are still more than |l»o<M><> short of their goal. but they are determined to keep on until they have made the campaign a siicceaa. Kent tie cannot fail In the greataat civic undertaking It ha* ever at tempted that la the apirlt with which 'bey are Imbued. Booth* are being maintained In the ■hopping district and at the Fruit exposition. In the Bell at. terminal, from which pasaeraby are canvassed for contributions. The booths are open from 11 a. m. to II p. m . after which they are moved to positions In front of the varlmi* theatres. The cheat workers are centering their attention on effort* to persuade contributor* to Increase th«Jr gifts. Many of the contributors. It is be lieved. did not realise that they could *pread their donations over the en tire year, and therefore did not give neajrly a* much aa they could afford. 3 DEAD, 26 HURT IN THEATRE FIRE NEW HAVKN. Conn.. Nov. J» Three dead and seriously injured was the toll of the fire which destroyed the crowded Klalto theatre here last night. Police <"hlef .Smith announced. Twelve of the I* now In hospitals are in a critical condl tion. Hearch of the smoking ruin* of the theatre today failed to disclose Indies of victims whom It was fear«" had been caught under the falling roof and gallerlex of the theatre. The liody of one victim was Identi fied as that of Mr*. Marualla Cowan. &2. of New Haven. One of the victims, a young man. has not yet been Identified. Timothy llanlon. the third victim, died of heart trouble., according to phy sician*. Among tlione |c*s seriously injured were a ntimlier of Vale *tudenf*. Draperies were Ignited by an in cense pot. and In a few aeconda the theatre was a mass of flame*. Council to Vote on Green Lake Today llnal decbtlon* on proponed appro priation* for freahenlng the water* of fircen ami Improving the auto tourlat camp at Woodland park wrrr to be made by the council Mon day afternoon. After a public liearlng Friday, th finance committer- voteri to have tlia council i-onxldrr the matter* In com mittee Of th>' whole and aJno to In vite Mayor Caldwell to N- preaent. Th« Improvement* call for the ex penditure of 130.000. Sentence* Imposed in 3 Dope Cases Three plea* of guilty to dope charge* were entered In federal court Monday Irefore Judge Jere tntah Neterer. (ieorge Wataon wan sentenced to 15 month* at hard la bor on M''Ve 11 laland; fieorgr- 11. AI ten wax given one year and a day. and John Anderaon 13 months. "I Mill '(Jo allratl " "Whm did you mtt nr.- himT" "In nhiiul nn hour and h half," "l>ld ht< trll yi>u where hi> waa go ln« whon h*' UH»k your oar?" "110 twld he wit* going to llic beach to iw •••mn seals." "What illil Mlmi Happe ony itlirn ■h> suggested immii •"*' "Bhe hiilil, have munc munli', it piano or aorirthlng ' I said, 'Who nan play a piano?' (ionn could. ho I got n Vlctrola "Wnot illil you want It for'"' "For muatc." "Hid you linnet 1 with Mia* Kappe?" "No, with Mis* Klake." "Old vou Mien Kitppf dance?" "No." "Did you at any time tell anyone they would have to Irava?'/ "Ye*. I asked Sherman to ask Fort loula to leave?" "Anyoni' else?" "No. air ' "\\ hat time did Mia. 'J'aulte come?" "Around 1 ."10." "Mow limn did ihf slay "Flv» or tan minutes. Hlic aald she would call later. "Hha aiki'd who hII the people wera and I said, 'Hearth me, 1 don't know ' * "Whan did *h« leave?" "Hhr had another irlrl. Hhe did not want to atay. Shi- returned after tlia trouble with Miss Kappe Than aha Ifft and returned about 9 p. nv" Why dlil ali«' leave after Mian Kappe's IncidentT' "Bhe wa« a little |>aeveil " "When Mr*. Taube came the flrat time what wit* Mis* Kappe doing?" She waa sitting on a settee." "Vou Introduced them?" "I don't know. I have u habit of Introducing people." "W here wa* Mia* Kappe then*" "On the settee," "How wa* «he dre*»ed *" "In a green skirt and waist." "Waa her lialr down.''' "No." Arbuckle denied he saw Miss Kappe enter hla room "I mw her go to the other room, but not to mine," he said He cou 14 not remember how long It wa* between the time he *aw Mia* Kappe leave the room and when he saw her In hi* bath room "What were you doing during that time'"' he waa asked "Putting a new record on the Vl®. he an«wered. wllh irritation He ntld he could remember the time he found Mlaa Kappe betwuae he had looked at a clock and thought It waa time Mta. Taube wa* turning to go for a ride. "Theaa people weren't your guests, were they?" "So. but I wanted to be aociable. I couldn't Insult them " Isn't It a fact Mrs Taube came before Klahbeck left with yupr car?" "No. sir.'.' "Had you and Mr*. Taube derided to go any particular place'" "No. air." He wa* questioned as to whether hla clock had not been stopped. "Kverything else In Ihe hotel is good and t imagine their riocks run," he answered. , MB w HAT is the most important II I why ' toyt ° wn '° fc ° ursc! j£ i Santa will take carc of that—but there is [i [1 so much to l>e seen before that letter to Santa can be written—and there the that have lieen addressed to his l>oy and Then there is the great, his: garape that Tree bravely decked with jrlitterintr oma ! FREDERICK & NELSON FIFTH AVENUE AND PINE STREET FOUR HELD FOR THEATRE THEFT STARTS ON PACK 1 One Woman Among "Pris oners in Portland POttTI«ANO ( Nov. 28 Four SUA pert a, charged \%itl» luivlnir par tidpaied in ihp robbery of ths Lib erty theatre lieri? Nov«tnl)cr 7, when tu.ooo waa itdlfn from the playhnuss office aafe, wf>in lodged lit the county Jail tiffs today. Their trr<«ti emits yfsterday utter one of tlwir numlwr hud ronfeaaed. One of the nui|>ei tit h u woman. Two others, en Id also to huve l»een implicated. escaped, and with theni went the majority of the liooty. A portion of the, loot waa rerovrml yea terday One um llt waa Mfsl In tlit re* r of the theatre, which hud lissn looted. Harry Harney, until Haturday night night watchman *t the theatre, ih charged l»y othsr sus|i«h t» with l»e iiik* the leader in the U»ld da) light roup. It was Ilsmsy who wa* "mrui'k down" by the yegmiteu *e lie met them with rsststmios, wcordinf tu «* report given the police at the time National Budget Worker to Speak John T Prttt, of N*w York, cbair man u( thi* board of cllrertom of the Nu||*>ntil Hudart romrni"|li>ii. will Im* thr ipMktr at a pifbltc luncheon at th# Maaonlr trmplr Tu«Mlay noon III* addrrwa |m to b«' Ullder th«* of th* Hfattlf ('lmmlH-r of Cwnmfrrf and the Hundred Per CVnt club. Among oth*r orvanlsntiona In teraated In hia cnmlM ar«* tile Mu iilclftal Icagua. Hulldlnic Mi%najt«*ri»' itMMMlutlon, American Aaaoclatlon of Knfftrt«"T« and 1h« Hratlla ll» ! tat# ajawM tatton Burglar Saw* Hi* Way Thru Ceiling I'elnir a brace and bit and a mw. a burglar «mt a hole thru the floor of a rt*im In the Untnd Central ho tel, Klrat ave H and Main at,, and dropped Into a clothing at or* owned by U V. \Veat**rman. Falling to find any canh In the rrgtatT. the burglar took two ituita of clothe*, five |a«lr« of ahorn and two overran ta, escaping by climbing back thru the hole |»o Jlce are *«»arrhlng for J. A. Jeneen. who occupied the room. Flyer Killed While His Wife Looks On Um ANOKIJCH Nov. :« An oth.r of th» i lumt a vt.ran fli.ra tit today with I hoar who hav* "fivtn | their Uvea to th. tram* " Knwy M. Howra, owner of a I lar«. flylnc field here, fell lo hla [death late yeaterday In full view of 1 hla wife and hundmla of acmtator* Hi« email monoftlane »i<l. ullprw.) la* tie waa driving out of a Iwnk 'turn in a race with another ma chine THE SEATTLE STAR HIGH JAP ORDER GIVEN AMERICAN Head of Recruiting Party Gets Sacred Treasure The Fourth Order of the Hscred treasure one of the highest military <!«*<-orallonr award***! by the .lM|»»n»'M' government hue Just bsen received by Ma J. ThomaN Wilmot King, of tti. s. \. nth Infantry who I In Ht attle at the head of a party aeeklng recruits for the Third dlviilt|n. Ma J King, who wan adjutant gen eral of thf American expeditionary foroea In Blberls, waa awarded the medal In recognition of hie work In ro operation with the Japanese fomfs, The recruiting party has aet up a tent at Pioneer ai|U«re and la main talntng office* at 300 to 302 May nurd building In addition to MaJ. King the following officers are with the detachment: MaJ. Claude W Cutu rning*, medical oorps; CapL Paul P Logan. 10th infantry. Cspt lta*il V. Fields. 3*th Infantry; First Lieut. Mme*t .1 Hlley, 10th field artillery, and First Lieut. Dudley Wood tit, ape rial troop*. Third dlvialon. Baptist Caravan to Come to City Hnnu* thine ntw In th* of automobile (*nv*nn I* promised l/v Ntultflr> W**t#rn flnptiMta in a !»«• tr r rrrrlvf*! Monday i»y 'hi* pub licity l»ur**nu of th# Chum |#r of • 'otnmervr. |i«% A. I' How> Hl*. J&rkMonvtile, 111. ihlvlm*m that liltnoiM lluptlM minintrin iro pro i-onlng to form u Baptist <-aruv m an«l niakr a trip lo n«*xt July by automobile to aitrnd the Hapttat convention b«r«v Tb« trip will be made In * werk*. Man Badly Injured in Fall Downstairs John J Kirk. butcher. nuff**red a prc»l*ab|e fractur* of th* ukull when he ultpped and fell down th«* atalm at hla home. 1&13 IMb ave 8 . Hun day morning Kirk wan taken to Provldenr* hoapltal for treatment Mm condition Monday wan aaUl to l*e critical, alt ho it la believed Jie will live. Memorial Services to Be Held by Elks H*.iiil. l<odg. No. IS, B. P <» K„ will liol.l |ta annual r*»r<-lii«i. Rom mrmoratlnc llir Klka who ||»W dl«l limine th. U»t your, at th. Mrtr» |>olltan Ihoatr*. HuiuUy. il I |>. m. THOMAS KNHill. on. of ih. mir!y pion.er* nt th* Yukon. in<l a v.I .ran nt th* llorr war. In dfad In Dublin, according to word ret.ivrd by Hwttl* frt.ndn. BAS KltANOHtrj !'a>mc 0© In claim* to tftMjr Hing tons. Hop Hint ton* derlarea |M>a< e. and China iown la t»mpor«rtly quiet Gold Star Mothers to Meet Foch Here Neat tie'* gold star mothers, whose son* gave their all fighting under the command of Marahal Ft rdlnand Koch, will lie flrat to geet the gre.it French genet allfaimo who he arrive* hers Wednesday. Uy special arrangement of the re oeptlon i*»mmlttee, gold atar wotnen will I* given the forward taialtlon at the when the marshal reache* the city, at H;3O a. m. The gold atar Itself | M the Irmlgriia of udtnlaaion to the depot. Foch will he taken to Lincoln play field, nth avs. and pine *t , to l»e welcomed by Heat tie* French people. From the pla.vfield he will be motored to the unlvsralty. COMIMi IMIUNKIWN UTi;i( iMHIIHs He will addreaa atudent*. then pro teed downtown, where he will epeuk at a public maeft meeting in the <;ol Iseum theatrs from 10:46 to 11.46. Foch Will revlep the big military psrtde between 1:15 and 2:15. Arthur Kn> £<uler of the t'ohaeum < oncert ln arranging for sn augmented orcheatra to play "The Htui Mpunglej Banner." "The Mar i**llalse arid other appropriate »elec> tlpns. In honor of Koch's appearance, rhe mualclana have all volunteered their ssrvices. Judge* of the atute supreme court, federal Judgen. city, county an*l atate offu iala will participate in hia wel < orne. He will review achool chil dren of the city, both on hia way to the atate university und upon his re turn downtown. I-lsut fJov. Coyle. r r>. Running bam. mt#it•- commander of the Amer lean I«egion, Henry A Wise, atate FREDERICK & NELSON FIFTH AVENUE AND PINE STREET lOTK^»liWg 550 Pairs of Women's Low Shoes To Go on Sale Tuesday: Special $3.95 Pair % TWO distinct types of Shoes figure in A this exceptional offering for Tues- Black or Tan Scotch Grain Oxfords VHL with welt sole and military heel; very smart for wear with wool stockings. Patent Leather Dress Pumps in one strap pattern, with white stitching and Louis U Sizes 3 to 8; widths AA to D. iSly Special, Tuesday, $3.95 pair. jW^ —THE DOWNSTAIRS STORK 76 Tapestry Table White Japanned Runners Bread and Cake Spccial $1.95 Each ' Boxesj 75c Each T„_ ... TUST 75 of HERE are prevailing colorings in I f . these Table Runners to match Lntffwu practically any decorative scheme. j ow p,.^ 36 TABLE RUNNERS in size 12x50 . 1 * cause of slight inches; special $1.95. * damage in* .40 TABLE RUNNERS in size 18x54 curred in tnin inches; special 91*95. In white 50 FILET-PATTERN CURTAIN japanned fin- ENDS. »™ 1 in perforated f or ventilation »nd otterS v>nra> _ wdthn; »j»aja «« each. Ilh lhe „ I<)rds .. Bpe „ d Cake - in REMNANTS REDUCED. Size Underpriced Short lengths of Scrims. Nets. Mar- a t 75c each. quisettes and Cretonnes at greatly re duced prices, —tub uownstaius stouw Cocoa Door Mats 1,000 Yards of Special $l.OO and $1.65 Vl7l* I * I* • 1 / "PHE stiff cocoa fiber bristles of Whltp I lnpn-tinish -1 these Mats work most efficiently VV lIIIC L.IIICII 11111311 t0 pr o tect the floors and of Suitings ' Size 14x24 inches; special 91*00. „ • » Of? Y* j Size 16x27 inches; special 91*85. special 1 avd -HnuwwirM Section. ' THE DOWNSTAIRS STORE A SUBSTANTIAL, evenly-woven wear, nurses' uniforms, middies, men's 41 QQ shirts, luncheon sets, napkins and oth- er purposes, 36 inches wide; special OERVICEABLE Stockings with black # yard. O silk boot and wide elastic hemmed top. semi-fashioned, and with strongly reinforced heel, sole and toe; sizes 8^ QCfl Yarrlc nf to 10, ? 100 P air JJU 1 aiUb OI —THE DOWNSTAIRS STORE Mercerized Damask Women's Cotton Union M 65c Yard Suits, $l.OO Good-weight, firmly woven Mercer- QLIGHTLY fleeced, medium-weight ized Cotton Dama-sk in 63-inch width, O Ribbed Union Suits, low neck, patterned in Rose, Pansy, Fleur de Lis, sleeveless and ankle length, with band Shamrock and Dot patterns low- top and cotton tape drawstring. Sizes priced at yard. 36 to 44. Price 91*00. —TUB DOWNSTAIRS STORE —THE DOWNSTAIRS STORE C . L TUST 50 of these splendid quality EjXlia-neaVy J Comfort-Blankets to sell at this low r* t .D 1 Is price, all in largfc blue and white plaid COmtOrt-DlanKetS and fully as warm as a pair of ordi o ■ /(fOOd nary blankets. Size 70x80 inches. Spccal $3.35 Each 53.35 each . TUB DOWNSTAins STORK adjutant, and Col. Charlea Albert, of Hpokane, national executive commit teeman of the legion, will maet the mamhal and hia party at Ht. Marten. Idaho. Tu**adav morning. MacMIIKK TO IIK KKTKI> l»\ IJ-.lf MIN N \ I Itl'.s HKKK Heattl* I a -glonnairea, Joined by vet era lie from all parta of Weatern Washington, will entertain Han ford ("Jack"| MacMkSer, nttlotMU com mander of th«' American I /(lon, at noon luncheon Widittidfty. Oon mandcr MacNider la traveling with Marahal Koch in hia nwiof to the Pa cific coaet. Lieut, tJov. Coyle will preaide at the luncheon, to'be held at the Hun kmlow cafe. Mayor llugh M. <'aUl well will e*tend Commander Nider a formal welcome. C I). Cunningham, commander of the American legion for the Depart m«nt of Waahlnglon, will lntr*>duoe the national commander, following a nhort taJk by Kranklln d'Oiler, for m»-r national commander, alao a member of the Foch party. The luncheon la limited to 60 minute*, and will pracede the parade. Marahal Koch will l«»ave at 3 p. m. for Tacorna, Centralia and Portland. Big Shipment of Silver in Tacoma Wluit ib KBl'l td b<> thr lareftKt *hlp m<"nl of ■llv«r or. writ out thin year In now Ht the Tacoma rm.lt.r of th. Fiah t"r.< k MJninr <"O., Hy<t*r. Alutka, aciordlnn to W. R. Tonkin. pr.old.nt and ir.nrrul manae.r. PAGE 7 FLEEING THUGS HURT IN WRECK Automobile Wrecked After Wild Chase I'unitiH by deputy »h«rlff« In % long ra«e on th« Hot hell blfhwuy inrly Monday, thr» , «' fiuto tmndlUi in a utokn automobile « nmhM over a high ballk and are believed to havf \tfjit «mr«ljr hurt, but numaKC'd to (WApc from the wreck age. The automobile wan stolen from H. It Atklnx, «23l 15th *ve. N. K.# Hurvlay night, from in front of hi* homo I'oli«e and deputy *ear» hing for the car, learned £ ».«;♦ headed north on the way. The orcupaut* of the car k*flt well ahead of their purwver« until, coming to a curve, the driver loat control, and the <*ir went over the Hide, rolling over neveral and landing upelde down. Trace* of blood found near the wreck In dicate injurifftt to the thiev«*i. The original llcenae platen had t»e«*n removed, and othera U-ar»Dg the number iiOHb aubatituied. Asks $10,570 for Hit Son's Death Anion* daman** In the Mini of 110,5*0 for the death of hi» t-yaar old *on. Htuart K. I'ray, Jr., Ktuart K I'ruy ha« filed a complaint In tu perlor court axumiit Hchwald. The lad died from Injuria* received wh»n run over hy an autonoobtl* driven tiy Hchwald la»t Jaruary.