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THREE CITY BLOCKS CAVE IN! "MOTHER" RYTHER IS DEPOSED! VOLUME 23 Home Biewl Howdy, folk*! With rffi down to R nnta • dorea. Irfa make Ihu fcggnog Week. • • • Butter ban aim dropped In price. Urn** the cvwa are )u»t hearing about nviaalt). • a a ■ 1 ■ 1 ■ M IM4 CKV-WKXL NO! Today k. KHday the UUt | and we Ju*t know well tor get to lake borne Iha I «paol I of thread the wife wanted. • • • If the weather continue* to get fair and warmer, a lot of ua will want to hit that Bnow«boe Trail. « • • T«i»al mm'i wire la Mlaf tar 4tt •*«-« beeaaae when »*e re (aew*4 timm a <r»a aha laaat a batrvin • la hte kad. Aaatber niaaal tar bab ba 4 halt. gtrta! • a a CaMwe.i |a leavrng for the Orient tomorrow. Boh ileaketh. who uaad td allng a wicked akillet. la ;>r»par tag to cook up WHnrthing hot when be gets lato the mayor'a chair. • a a ASK CYNTHIA ORiTT Wltttf l« Kin 4 »►>©•%•• ir# w' f tM«. What will •• <S«. Mr —C3*rk •*»!!• tArtL) H#r»H --• • • A annua la going to ran for mayor In Taroma. May we not fuggent the follow tng platform: It oiled Mocking* Kree hair neta. . No dlah, washing- Ouaranteed free dooi lo get off all afreet car* backward. I 74 per cent •klrta. a a a Another one of the.t* "human fhri" it romln<y to tie Witt Kilt the Hdr* of building*. Rtmem ker the old-time b*tr fli€% ftho used to i air tke nd'M of lamp po»i»T a a o I>*p4te a rtccfit ruling by the H'ornrjr that may not »«trfh «iitofl for boo** without yb*rr*nt*. Hheriff Mutt B»*rwich haa iretnorti**! hit <l*ptiM»t to halt aua ptctw! cars without warrant#. ♦ Matt apparently «o*« upon th* theory that it to a poor law that won't work both wayt. So do the bottirggers. • a a * (4nd«n ar*Ha*«l a*t*t **• ri*nt wwm em ««Mi r»n g# rt* • i*t mt mnrl+mi «**- •ttl* «*•■*•• »• kaow. • • • Newberry in **ated, comment* Hid Fordie. and lt'» berry good newa for bim. • 0 • fraar Hom«r Br#w I h»»« Mn r«td* tntr a lot of anaw#r» I© lh# «juotat "What «oul4 you do If • thlaf had h»« hand it tour pchat?" a*»»»ti«a I wou Id »p!«t What would you do * W. fL Allan. AMMciatloa of UiMfflpi«ryed. fr HU!: 1 would halp him a**rch.— Ha mar. a a • A man who turns down a drink usually haa either a strong character or a weak constitution. • • • Jay Thomas, of Seattle, want* th#- direct primary law r«prale«J. What's the uae of letting all jfc*lh4» p*>ople pirU the < amlidatea wbffl two iht tlif* politician* olttifiK in a ha4-k rw»m can do it ju*t a« eaay? • • • WHY TltJ? AfOUKiT? The Call h»r»by tiprtaMN It* r#fr#t for an Injuatlr* don** to M. H r>*vl» of Oak land. Hfcturdajr L>avia fall from a iaddar. and tha •m»ll iirad on th* utory. by a typographical rrrar, waa mad a to r»ad. "Mwrt'-ar Jr'allt." inataad of "BullcJar *FaH« " -flan fraiwlafo iCml) Call. • a • Ot K OWN JAZZ HOMO I uxttina fee »n f>irir, boicn xr.Urrr the cotton oroi£9; WJiere m y I onl bttuk mammy fitrunm upon that of pinnnj/; / loinnq fre thrrr, I wanna see whrrt 1 tint \la*r>n-hison /Anr (iOf'H. DAVE GETS TASTE OF HIS OWN STUFF! The Ha*tlake tar uaM rroudrd. And Vnr.e 11 un fj on a Jit rap; Thr far jerked round a corner I And Da it: nat in a lap. The lap lean jfide, and praciou *, Hut it§ o*e.ner threw a htj Pa i e t y me/i the nttcct tar ayttrm /'or harrtnp out the jit. P. A. * Bus*erlntehd#»nt. D. W. .JfendtrrwoD# head of the municipal Wft* for* "d to rid" home in a. at reef.* car Thursday, hia automobile hcjnjf held up for re pair*. WEATHER Tomiphi amd £<af unlay. fair ; moderate raatfrrly Tm.ip.mlur* | A *| j| H«*r* Mtitmuin M Minimum 17. Tw»«y MM. 34. WAIFS' SOW IS STIIED Head of Children's Home Loses Job After 40 Years of Service By Wanda Ton Kettier 1 onngatera at the Mother Rythar honte aren't nin|ln| quit# aa Joyfully ImU) Some thing liaa limpfnwl . they don't understand J u .l what ti h—bat th»> know It la Mmrthlni. The nmhrn of Ihe > aun( Mm imdi'r 'Uni TV pans In their heart* la alurp ami the> *paak la nim that are low and a little kit »ha kins. Mother Kyther, (ha little old Mr In th* (in|h«m apron with the irajr hair and aoft brown ey«». who liu loved and mothered Haattle'* unfor tunate kiddie* for more than 49 year*, haa l<en dethroned. HHK AI.WAIS 1)111 WORK Kor nevera! month* the hoard of director* of the Ityther liome ha* < onaidered placing a miperlntendent In charge. Mother Ityther haa al way* done the work hernelf. fjhe ha* known of the contem plated chang*. Hbe ha* ttnown It a Inni time And It haa hurt her. Khe has not worked with the kiddie* and loved them for more than 40 year* with the expectation of tedng told that an old lady like hemelf, "3, is incompetent to care for her charge*. Thur«<lay the final report w»« brought by the lioard of director* to the Ityther home. A superintendent would lie placed in charge -on a *al ary of (100 A month. A bookkeeper and a cook would tie employed. Mother Ityther would be "prmldent," wtth ».*0 a month a* an "unaccount. able" expense fund, and the privilege t» remain at the home for the re*t of her life.* Hhe I* "pre*ident." yet Mother Tlyther I* not glad. "It I* nothing," she say*, smoothing the gingham apron nervouvlv. "to be that. I want my children and my mothers for (Turn to Page 7, Column 41 A REAL EDITORIAL ON THE JAPANESE QUESTION IN CITY The following Hat, Friday'* of ficial li*l of birth* reported for the dmy hi Seattle, In H better editorial on the Jipanrnf quw lion than the moM profound philonophir of all timea could writ#*: harada tokuji 104% Kin* at.. iflrl koshima leigo 152 Ninth Ave. K., bo ,v takakoshi sumiziro L7ofi IlainlT iv , «irl. Toji, shinosuki ll€ 1 Yaaler way, *irl. ikusaki sunjiro, 34(»2 Oilman ave. boy. kanada shinaskuk *3* Klmgrova xt.. boy. hanagata Shoko. Z%?.% Caflcadia tv«., gftrf uyeminame Kikuzo, 4111 .17th ave. H„ hoy. Honda. Takao. 211 lß*v*nth ave . girl. higuchi koichi 1222 Waller Mt., arlrl Itoi, seizo 217 Occidental av#„ hoy. Yakiyama. isaburo 302 Ninth ave F.. irlrl. sasaki shunroku, 111 Second ave. H.. boy. Motoyoshi, mitsuhiro 1341 14th tve. H. boy. The Seattle S tar Mother Ryther pn the Issue of Americanism There Can Be No Compromise Kat«r«4 m I»w»n4 CUm MalUr I. IIH, •« IWtofMr# si Matti* Wuh. under lh« Ail of Con*r»a« M*r\ hI. JITt. I*«r Tm/, by Mall. |$ to sft A Branded Senate! (EDITORIAL) x The United States senate has confirmed Truman Newberry's purchase of his seat, price $200.(X)0. By doing so it missed a wonderful chance to regain some of the prestige *hicn it once enjoyed but which of late •ears it has forfeited. By voting with he old guard Mile* Poindexter mis epresented the people of this state and out an opportunity to re-establish himself v n their esteem, from which he has been linking for several yearn. By defying the honest and progressive mblic sentiment of the Knglish people, the house of lords wh* finally depriVM of nearly nil its power. Ihe star lias not ihr Mijrnie.si rioubt that if it were possible under our governmental plan to submit to the voters of America today the question of confidence in the United State* senate, that the people would overwhelmingly expresg disap proval and rek'jrate that l>ody to a position comparable with that of the English house of lords. Unfortunately that cannot be done at this time. Hut sooner or later every man of the 16 who by his vote mid that seats in the senate should be sold to the highest bidder must answer to his outraged constitu ents. t rffcss The Star miwteM its cue** a tiood many of them will be sent back promptly to private life. The country* owes a debt of gratitude to the 41 senators who voted to unseat Newberry. WASHINGTON' WILL BE PROUD THAT WESLEY L. JONES, senior senator from this *tate, WAS ONE of the nine republican* WHO HAD THE COURAGE TO DEFY their PARTY BOSSES, including the president himself They did the best they could to uphold the dignity of the senate and. what is ol equal importance to themselves, the> have preserved their self respect. Demos to Campaign on Newberry Issue BV UWMNCE M*RTIN I WAR)ItMOTON. J»n 11.- Senator Truman H. Newberry. Michigan. given hi* »eat In the aenate by « vote of (( to 41. today (In lurril he would not now resign. Rrport* have been current that the aenator would retire If vindicated by lb* nenate of charge* of jKTuonal knowledge of the rimwlv* uae of money In hi* campaign againrt llmry Ford. VKWHKKHY C \SK ( AMPAIIiN IVM K The Newberry ea*e today i» i pn \ litiral campaign 'a*ue Ho r«r a* the present *en»te is fin Verned, the cane waa nettled last night. when on four roll call*, each remitting 44 to 41. republican lea.ler* retailed all aasaulta on Henator New harry'" title to hla *e»t. That record will tie carried into the .senatorial primaries and the general election* In every atate which nomln ate* and electa a aenator thla year. I The democrat* count on the New. POISON VIAL IN MYSTERY HOME Police Work on New Clues in Rutherford Case TACOMA. J»n. Thfi Inability of Anna Hltrncnwnn to throw any light upon tlx mystery; the report of a midnight raid upon the Hut her ford home on November 16. when several valuuble documents. lnulnd in* the deed to the house, were stolen, and the finding of an empty carbolic aold l>ottle In the baaement of the Hutherford home yesterday ure the latest development* In the jinvestigation of the disappettrunoa of Mrs. John Kutherford. The investigation began when charred l>ones were found In the heating stove of the Kutherford home. Miss Hternemann left the place be. cause of constant trouble between Kutherford and his wife, she said. Police have been unable to deter mine whether It was Rutherford who stole Into hi* former home and look the pa pern. It has been established that certain Important documents which would materially aid the po lice have disappeared, as have wmie of the clothing of the missing woman. With Inductions not to return until they could definitely nay whether the body of MVs. Kutherford is on the Kutherford premises. Cap tain HtrickUrid today dlspat'hed two city detectives nnd a crew of "trtiatiis" from the city Jail to dig up the yard and the bahctnent. SEATTLE. WASH., FRIDAY, JANUARY 13. 1922. berri ru« to win them control of the senate Ho far a* the senate'* record la con cerned. Newberry now la fully en titled to hi* aeat. tho his colKnltUM i*»ndetf|ned the excesaive uie of money tn political campaign*. The "uncertain" group of repub lican *cnator< decided the lnW. McNary, Oregon w ho. It I* mid. waa "cluW-ed" Into voting for Newberry by admlnlut ration threat* to block hla reclamation »111. Polnde*ter. Washington: Willi*. Ohio; t'ummlna, Iowa: Kellogg. Minnesota tbeae pro vided tlx- vote* to aeat Newberry. Nine republic*na Borah. Capper, I-add. I-a Follcite. Norrla. Norheek. Kenyon, Jonaa. of W**hlngton. and Sutherland—voted against N#wl*erry. POIMIKXTKK FOKI JOVIW VOTKM NO Henator Polndeiter of Washington state voted for Newberry ami Xenu tor Jones of Washington elate voted against him In the following table those votlnr •ye are voting to unaeat Newberry; those nay. to seat him Ashurat, aye; Borah, aye; Bmnde gee. nay; Brouivtard. aye; Bursunt, nay; ("aider nay: Cameron, nay: Cap per. aye; Carnway. »ye; Hall; nay; Colt, nay; Cummlna, nay; Cortta. nay; Dial, aye; Dillingham, nay; ICdge. nay; Elkln*. nay; Krnst, nay; Fernald. nay; Fletcher, aye; France, nay; I rellnghuyaen, nay: (Jerry, nye; Ola**. aye; Hale, nay; Harris. aye; Harrison. aye; lleflln. aye; Hitch cock, nye; Jones, aye, .lone* f\\ »-!>,), ayei Kellogg, nay; Kenyon. aye; Keyes. nay; KMig. aye; I.add. aye. T„i Follette, aye: MeCumher. nay; McKellar. aye; McKlftley, nay; Me bean, nay: McNary. nay: Meyer*, aye; Nelson. nay; New, nay; Nich olson, nay: Norrls, nye; Oddie, nay; Overman, aye: Owen, aye; Page, nay; Tapper, nay; Phlppa, nay; Pitt man. aye. l*olnde\ter. nay: Pome rene, aye; Uansdell. aye; Holilnaon. aye! Hheppard. aye: Shield*, aye; Short ridge, nay; Simon*, aye; Smith, aye; Hmoot, nay; Spencer, nay; Stan field, nay: Sterling, nay; Sutherland, aye: Swanson, aye; Townsend, nay; Trammel), aye; Underwood, aye; WoodswofMi, nay; Wslsh (Mawi.), »ye; VValMli (Mont i, aye; Warren, nay; Watson. nay; Welter, nay; William*, aye; Willi*, nay; Gooding, nay; Harreld, nay; Culberson, aye; Norbeck, aye. Other senators were paired or did not vote. On the vote* to oust Newberry the following *enator* were pnlred and did not vole: Crow (Pa.) for Newberry, with Kendrlck (Wyoming) ngnlnst. Dupont (Delaware) for, with Stan ley (Kentucky) against. Moses iN'i'w Hampshire) for, with Reed (Missouri) Ngalnat. Johnson (California) absent and not paired Watson ((leorgtt) was at first paired hut withdrew hla pair and did not vole. 20 HURT INN. P. WRECK! Three Cars on Fast Train Derailed Near Pasco; Are Probing Cause TVrnljr prraon* »«r» Injured, flv« Of them wvnuly, *h«n the North Cnaat I.united. a f»*t Northern Pt clflc Irain rpound for Reattle. wa* wrecked near ronnell. M***n Pa»- co and 1.1 ixl. Tliurwl»y nlcht. Th«- five aeverrly Injured are: Mr». Kiihi RkhirtMii, New ork. Mt« Beatrice %le»andrr, To roil to. ( uitdi H. ( Mrllo.k). (.arfirld. H»«K, »tal<> •enatnr. Mr*. fllanch* Mrl lo*k>, Ilia wile t.arfield, \\ nh Waller MH.raev I allfornia. The»« five were ruatied to the hos pital of Our Ijul)' of at Paa co. wbero It «»* aahl all would re cover. The oth»r Injured, about II In number. »»» able to re-tune their Journey after receiving flrnt aid treatment at the eoeri* of the wre<k Thev were due to arrive In Seattle about I.JO Friday afternoon, when Ik* train *a« lo . nm« In. eltht hours behind It* arheduled time. Among wrftj Ma* White Cleveland. M. V. Hho waiter. Cheney. Wash. L B. P*gl*r Republic. Wash. John Hollo. Seattle, C 1.. Chuff, Olympl*. J. A. Know, hl4nlHirx. John Holden. Columbus, O llllda Samuelnon. Mlttm J■ H. Melgli. Seattle T. C. Brew ri, Kennrwlck It. Mmwell, Klma Charle* Lain. Philadelphia. lilki>!<t> hr< from Kllensburg Indi cate lha! the casualty lint may be considerably larger The Injure* paasengrra are being confined lo l*o sleeper* ami are being guarded by •wo i-lalm agent*. who refused to per mit reporter* who l*v«rde.| the train to Intervlrwr any |>a**cnger*. A Hat of Injured wis snatrhed out of the hard of a woman reporter. Koine of the pa*«»ngcr* complained that no mMirtl assistance waa riven the Injure,) until five hour* after the wreck. luilrimil official* mi ( | only two and a half houra elap*ed, how ever Mystery surrounds thr cans* of the wreck. Tli* only detail* that had been recehed the Northern Pacific office* In Meat tie and In I'avn were that Uie observation car and the two last slrrprrs were de railed Jus) as the fljer mm about lo enter < ooiicll Imlii ations were, according lo railway officials, that • spill rail Has not the cause, leatlng the supposition thai the disaster may have been the reMilt of a 'de liberate attempt lo wreck Uie train. Alt ho the wreck occurred at ? 45 Thursday night, no new* of It wn* received untlj Friday morning, when Seattle realdenta with friend* and relative* nlonrd went to the North ern Pacific * t;i tin ti to meet the train. Alarmed when the train failed to arrive, they called on The Star for Information, and The Star lenmed the detail* by long dlwlanc* com munlcatlon with official* at Panco All truffle on the division affected by tin* wreck waa tied up from *lx to eight hour*. Wrecking crew* were dispatched to the scene from Paaco, the dlvlalon headquarter* »nif worked thru the night i tearing the tiucka of the mae* of debrl*. CONTRACTORS WIN A ROUND A restraining order prohibiting the city of Spittle from enforcing the ordinance which provides thit city contractor* must pay wages on n pat with those paid on municipal work of similar character was Is sued Friday morning by Superior Judge Kveretl Smith. Th( order was Issued on com f' int of seven contractors whom the city is prosecuting for alleged violstion of the ordinance. They are Jabn A Brei*d, J. 1.. Smith, D. H. Traphngen, S. A. Mocerl, James B. Still well, Nick Klortto nnd 1 homas Scalvo. lleurinu Is act for January £2. CUPID VICTOR OVER STAGE Rita Dane, the beautiful and talented young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. IV. Chrixtciisen, of IJJO Second are. N.. has given up her stage career to become thr wife of Mr. Harry ( harles Curlry, who served as a captain with the 27th in fantry division with the American forces in Russia. Miss Dane appeared in Seattle lost season as prima donna i< ith Raymond Hitchcock in "Hitcliu Koo." Her last New ) ork appearance was with the Charles IT. Dillingham pro duction, "The Love Letter." Ford Offers to Buy Whole French Fleet WASHINGTON, Jan. 11. Henry Ford, here today, announced he I* ready to buy and acrap the entire French navy. Ford received n cablegram some day* ago from Pari* asking if Ford would buy for scrapping puriwues u number of presumably obsolete French cruisers and battlrshlpM. "I cabled back Immediately," raid Ford, "stating that the only proposi tion of that kind I cared to cdhslder from France would bo one for tho purchase and Junking of the entire French navy. "I am not Interested in parts of navlee. 1 want to scrap them all. "France would make money and be In a better position In the world If she sold me her entire flret and let me Junk It tomorrow. "Franr* nnd every other, nation coukl well afford to scrap their big battleship* and cruiser*. When they proved that an alrplune could rink a battleship they made the big fight ing ship* of all the navies of the Capt. Dolphin Has Quit Police Force Copt. Ch&rlM A. Dolphin, 54. for neveral yearn In com ma ml of Colum bia City precinct, tendered his resig nation to Chief of Police William H. Searing Thursday night.. Dolphin gave as hl« reason for leaving the fore© an engaging in other bur>ine*n. Capt. Dolphin Joined the Seattle force November 1, 11*04. He wan made a captain February 16. 1919. Ueut. John .1. Hang, head of the poller dry squad. Is nald to be in line for promotion to Dolphin's position. Nabatame Case Up in Court Friday Hearing on the petition of T. D. Rockwell, receiver of the World Ca ble Directory Co., to sell the oon cern's meager assets, was Hchedulcd to come up before Superior Judge Mitchell Gilliam at 1:80 p. m. Friday. It Is under*tood that the defense of Thomas Y. Nahntome, president of the defunct corporation, will be Hint the furniture and office equipment »re #tlll the property of the pereon* Uom whom br. purchased them. HOME EDITION world out of date. "There tx one tliiuc. however, that I would like to have well understood. I do not believe In universal disarma ment until proper provision is made to give employment to the men »nd women now working In the ship yard*. the munitions factories and the arsenals." ' Ford would talk only briefly en the n-nate notion yesterday in seating Trumnn H. Newberry, hi* opponent In the 191* Michigan election, but he warned that all those voting for New berry would have to answer to the people. RECEIVER FOR WATERHOUSE CO. Action of Local Operators Is Announced Wank Waterhouse & Co. one of the largest ship-operating and gen eral trading corporations on the Coast, went into the hands of a re ceiver Friday afternoon. Upon application uf the Northern Pacific railway. Profenaor Clark P. Bissett, of the University of Wash ington, wan named receiver by Fed. era! Judye Jeremiah Neterer. His bond waa fixed at $20,000. Application for a receivership was made by the railroad simultaneously with the Huit by the Northern Pacific for 15,124.99 rental due for Novem ber. December and January, and for $1,708.32 interest. In answering the application, the Waterhouse Co. admitted it wajr un able to meet its obligations. OMAHA. .Lan 1" Federal Judge Martin J. Wade today granted a temporary Injunction to four of the "big five" packers, restraining strlk Ing butcher workers from picketing the South Side plants. All the pack ers except Morris & ("o. Joined In the demand for Ihc injunction. A heal ing on the Injunction will bo hail January TWO CENTS IN SEATTLE TOWN IS HIT BY TRAGEDY Four Reported Dead; 16 Hurt; Rescue Work On at Scanton, Pa. KCRANTON. P». Jan. 13 Four miner* were rrportMl killed and IC are said lo be lin prison «d in a mine ctirln luff today, in which Ihrrf rUf Work* ank. Ih-bri- slumped into th« work ing* of the (ilfn Udfti Coal root patiy. Tt»o*e killed and trapped were caught 4n I hi* area. II wa« the irtslM mine rar» in in Hfnnloii'i himorj-. Otv ieea opened in Ihe Mreeta and tlood* of ea*e» poured out. The iremhlinc or the ground mem bled an earthquake. Many IM from hou*e» Kvery*king in the area ntfid tnc from Ihe **M to the SSM block, on Pili*ton ate., i* mare or In* affected. In the working* of the Glen Alden Coal company, over which the care occurred, tone of free material* dropped Into narrow gruigw-aya and blocked chamber* in which were miner* and laborer*. The Glen Alden company refused information re sardinc casualties as rescue work began. • BANDIT CAUGHT AFTER BATTLE Alleged Escaped Convict Holds Off Small Army VANCOUVER. B. C., Jan. IS. Harry Colwyn. said to be an escaped convict frpm the Walla Walla peni jtentlarv, was captured early today near Abbottsford. after an exciting jfight with the police. l"or a week Colwyn has been In hiding from American sheriffs who were scouring the border country for him. Thursday morning he crossed the international boundury line and raided the farmhouse of John Hamlt jton. There he barricaded himself, after turning out the owner and his family. When Hamilton reported that his house had been taken over by the desperado, a small army of settlers, [four provincial constables, three ideputy sheriffs from Washington state and three Canadian mounted i policemen laid siege to the house. When they approached Colwyn fired a dosen rounds from a rffle he [had stolen In Hlaine. Every effort to reach the house during jestcrdsy was met by a brisk fire. At dusk last niftht hundreds of bullets were poured into the place by the officers. Early this morning the house was rushed. Colwyn was found with a bullet thru his right' shoulder and a hole thru his left arm. iHe was brought to Now Westminster ! hospital for treatment. His wounds I will not prove fatal. Irish Peace Boosts Trade With America WASHINGTON. Jan. J3.—A new path for American trade hu t>een opened by the Irish settlement. Restitution of peace tn Ireland will stimulate an exchange of products with merchants uf the t'nited States, an official of the department of com mtrce told the United Press today. Fall City Shop and Postoffice Robbed deputy sheriffs were investigating. Friday, the reported robbery of $250 from the postoffloe and general storo at Fall City. MAY SEPARATE SIAMESE TWINS AFTER 34 YEARS WASHINGTON. Jan. 13. Sur peons conferred today on the ad visability of separating Josefia and llosa lllazcek. Siamese twins from Czecho Slovakia. The twins, 34 years old. fear death to one would mean death to the other. llolh have l>een married. Hora haw an 11-jearold son.