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As Manhunters Close In on Pair of Slavers! 1 VOLUME 24. NO. 27. She'll Seek Secret of Fadeless Beauty /tome firew Uaah. folk*: How Ihrw oa«. dates do low Utr Aiantrw flag! • • • A local MMmrr ha* Installed a radiophone. Passengers who get aick cu lt*t»n to a campaign speech and get atcker. • • • We'ro tired o< hearing the "blue*' Why not a few "purples' and "pinks"? Let's go! • • • Om DAJI.Y JAZZ Linda 101 l me flat; Don l know wherr r<i at All kw. I don't like The w«f aha were her hat AiMy lMt tha Thick Mack pnryke lU-AA-M-OOt IN got mm. ktt- I rot the paie pa»h pinks far rmt In GOT we, kid— Vo« bat you luww Ik too. Now, I ain't a hoy that Joe hen. Bat TO mr that when joo Osshra Tea , /° Ur Ton da. Too KNOW yon da. I(M the pink.—l he pnla pooh pinks far y»n hoe! • e e Tha prraoct who call* for a po 11 co man then* day* l» *rry apt to got a bootlegger or a burglar • 0 • Now that Chief Bsnrtag ha* die charged a policeman for ate*Ung auto Urea and hartng a penitentiary record. It la In order for the clrtl aer»K-e commission to hold a hear ing and reinstate the gentleman. • • • "I Ml IN \twmy attending »• th« affairs ot the city l« resign m roe pars turn <waiu*L"j Wsltrr F. Meier, candidate fori nuysr • • • Of nram. It never ofonml to Walt that ht» salary a* a cttjr official might rnmc In handy in paying hia campaign bills. • • • Per hap* Walt doean't have to wtfrry about cam paign expense*? • • • ■ W Qt'EKT Wonder what Corporailati Cavnsel Walter F. Meier would : do If called to rule upon the ) eligibility of Mayoralty Candidal* Waller r. Meier? ■ ■ • • e Old Mother llnkbnrd Mhf mnit to the cupboard To qmrmch that crating thhrtt; WKrn ihe got tkrrtt llrr cupboard w*m bare.. The dry «<yiod got thrrr first. —Lei MorrU. e • • Just when the Los Angeles chief of police is planning a shake up. along comes anotfter earthquake. • • • They're ffoing to abolbrh the one pi e<* bathin* nuit at Alki b*aeh. And fv«n the moat liberal minded Will freely admit That's going too far. • • • Trylil t® bnr feootlof whUkr Vn !• MrtotJi. You mlfflit mrtMd • • • 0 •fHow do you eat your meals?" ■ka a correspondent of Cjmthla Grey. One at a time, we hasten to an swer. • • • UT (IKE OER, TM' OPTICT VAMP, HE/.: It's easy for a bowlegged girl to be ermdmt. • • • Bupt. Rosa, of the city light depart., ■ays people are using more electric ity every day. Perhaps they are making current wine. • • • University professor *ny* there t* 157,000 horsepower In a spoonful of water. That l*n't water* • • • BUly F.rmnm mmr* Hmhm Rith will ha** U m«ii« » hom# ran •vorj tw in tirrdi hU That's emmy. All h* hu U 4« It ptmy Mif t*«T7 <Xh»T dmy, 9 • * EVldie Plnkman, Seattle boxer. In 1 now a proud daddy. Bddi'- can kf-p in training by walking the floor at J nl*ht. • • • TO TUB aALUOTTSO BATtITI'BS Hush, little street car, lloo't you cry; You II be a rhk ken coop Hy and by. . . . What ha* become of the old fash- , ioned prohibition raider who some | times u*ed to capture a shipment! worth less than half a million dol lars? WEATHER Tonttkl and Wf < Mn; ttTone Moutherly tr4nd.t. Tmprrmtarr Ijml *4 llnan Muunum. 17. Minimum. 41 To«Ujr noon. W. Expert Sent by Millionaire Women to Find Eternal Pulchritude BY KOV GIBBONS CHICAGO. Marrh U Kternal beauty! Mix Sadie V, Mausby of this •city, who holda the title of "hu J)f is)inter Comes BY A. S. M. HUTCHINSON Cet>Tnabi. IISI. A. 11. W Hstrhiaaos , HARK SAItRK la Introduced to the reader by— lIA/fiOOP. a garrulous I.ondon aollcttor. who went to arhool with him year* before an<l who haa Just renewed hi* acquaintance with him. At thla time—lf 17 Sabre la 14 and la tiring with hla wife— St ARM. HAIIHK, In Penny Green, an Kngtlah village aeven mllea from Tldborough, where Habre la In busliwa* -"aeven miles by road and about aeven cen'urles In manner* and customs." but now la-lng "Improved" by a pushing development company, llapgood suspects that Mark and Mabel •re not nulled to each other after visiting them In their home. He eiplaln* that Habre, e»«-n in hi* childhood, waa remarkably tolerant always able to see the other fellow * point; whrreaa hia pretty wife la a typical, violently opinionated gossip. Now go on with the story. VI Penny Oreen. like Rome, had not ! baen built In a day. Ths hou»r* of , tha Penny Green Garden Home, on I the other hajid, were t>elng run up I In as near to a day as enthusiastic 4evek>pers. feverish contractors I 'vying one with another) and irn ! patient tenants could encomrauia. , Nor wa* I'enny Green built for a j day. Habre's bourse wits of gray ! stone and it presented over t!« door j way the date IM7. "Nearly two hundred and fifty I year*," Ma tie I had once said. j "And I bet." Hahre had replied, j "It's never lieen better kept or run I than you run It now. Ma»>el." j The tribute wa* well deserved Maliel, who waa In many ways a ' model woman, was preeminently a i model housewife. "«"rawshaws" | was spotlessly kept snd perfectly ad I ministered Four living rooms, apart from Ihe domestic offices, w»-re on the ground floor. One was the morning room, <n which they principally lived; one the dining room snd one the drawing room They were entered by enormously heavy door* of oak. fitted with latches. th«s drawing room up two i steps, the dining room down one step snd the mornlnc room and the fourth room on the level. All were low beamed and many-windowed with lattice windows; all wrv stepped Into as stepping Into a very quiet place, and somehow Into a room which one had not c*pe»ted to be there, or not quite that shap« If a room were there Habre never quite lost that feeling of pleasant surprise on enherlng them. They had moreover, whether due to the skill of the architect or the sagacity of Ma>>el. the admirable, but. rare attribut*' of being cool In sum rner and wsrm In winter. The only room In the bouse which Habre did not like was the fourth sit ting room on the ground floor; and It wa* hi* own rqom, furnished and decorated by Mal>e| for his own par Ocular use and comfort. Hut she called It hi* "den," and Habre loathed and detested the word den i The Seattle Star u M«wi ClMa ItelUi Hit 1. lit*, n Ik* NMamr» ti Mini*. Wwh. niular Ik* Art of o»ncr«aa Mtrcb I. IITt. r«r T«*r. fcr Mall, |l to It Miss Sadir V. Mausby man engineer." la anon to aall for Europe In search of a max to elulr ssld to have l>een dlacov- er*il by foreign scientists, which (Turn to Page 7. Column 3) I a* applied to a room a man specially Inhabits. It Implied to htm a ml* cullne untldlneaa, and he wax In tently orderly and hated untidiness. It Implied cuatoma and manners of what he tailed "bosrdlng-house , idea*"—the Idea that a man must . have an untidily comfortable apart ment Into which he can retire and envelop himself In smoke, I and where lie "ca« have hla own thing* around him," and "have hla | plpea and hia plcturea about him." and where he can wvar "an old ■hooting Jacket and slipper*"- -and he loathed and deleale<| all the*e phraae* and the Idea* they connoted. He had no "oil shooting Jacket" find he would have given It to the I gardener If he had. and he detested wearing sllp[>era and never dkl wear slippers; It wna hi* habit to put on I hi* hoots after hla l>ath and to keep them on till he put on shoes when changing for dinner. Above all. he loathed and defeated the vialon which | the word "den" always conjured up Ito him. Thl* waa a vision of the door of a typical den lielng opened by a wife, and of the wife saying ; In a mincing voice, "Thla la George j In his den." and of lioardlng house i female* f«rerlng over the wife'* shoulder and *mlllng fatuously at the denlxen who. In an old shooting Jacket and Rllpper*. grinned vacuous ly I Kick at them. To Mark 'hi* was a horrible and unspeakable vlalon. Ma)>el could not In the least un derstand It. and common sense and .common custom were entirely on lier j*lde; Mark admitted that. The matter of the nen and another j matter, touching the servant*, came up letween them In the very earliest day* of their married life Krom l/ondon, on their return from their honeymoon. Mark had been urgent ly summoned to the sick lied of hi* father. In Chovenabury. Mnbel pro rveded to Prawshaws He Joined her a week later, his father happily re covered Mabel had been busy "set tling thing*." and she tr*.k him rotind the house with dellrlou* pride and happiness Mnrk, sharing both. I (Continued on Page 6) J On the Issue of Americanism There Can Be No Compromise FAIL TO MURDER TANAKA Two Assailants and Six Others Wounded During Death Attempt I *H\N«illM. China, Manh rt. Mlmipt by two men. kllfiHl In h*«« hum Korean mdtiUnMi, to a»» ■•se nate Harai I.htil Taiuka. of Japan I«d>y. resulted In ll»i In jury af both ml Um would hf aa aaealna. the rAfHurr at mm ai Ihmi ud Iha Injury <*' "Mw pi nana. Lhre* of Uvm llama Tauak*. »ho *a> embark ln« for Japan aftar having paid an "fftriai vuul lo Iha I'hlhppln* islanda escaped uninjured. The Injured InrMl one foreign woman an Acp*rlaen newspaper man named Thnmpaon. a I"ortugoewa dark and three Chinese. K B. Oullck. an American broker,' aaatatad In the ispture at oca of lb* two saaallanta af the i«n«nl. The two m*-n appeared al th« wharf from which IWwt Tanaka's ataam«r was to laavs frtr Japan and attempted to jrt wtlhln nana* of lha general. Ounrds surrounded tha ahlp and othera turned on tha pair, who fled thru tha street*. ihootMi Ha they went tlulkk appeared In thetr path and on* flrn] at htm. tha bullet mtaxing him but clipping tha hair off a worn an near by. Oultrk h*ld tha man at bar tmUl police arrived Tha other escaped but la known to have been wounded. It wm believe,] iha man who waa captured will dla. • ilaron Tanaka. who holda tha rank of general hi lha Japane-e army, waa former minister of war. and waa among thoaa considered aa possible premier following tha recent asaaa •lnatton of Premier llara. AMUNDSEN IS . IN NEW YORK NTW TORK, March I* Two Amerlcan cruising airplane*. equip ped with powerful radio telephone*, will accompany Capi. linaid Amund •en In hla "drift" aero** th* Arctic baaln, *rh*<lui*<l to Mart from Seattle Jun* I. th* Norwegian eiplorer de clared today on hi* arrival from Nor way to complete hla exploration plana. With Amundnen wa« I.leot. o*rar ' >mdal, Norwegian air see, who ha* had special training In flvlng under ndrw condltlona. Anolh*r pilot who will accompany th* expedition, lieutenant I»ahl. now I* on hla way to the (-OAat via th* Panama canal. Rickard Case May Go to Jury Tonight HEW TORK. March 2* The cane of Tex fClckanl. rharfftd with Im proper relation* with Barah flchoen* feld, IS year old achool rlrl, probably will jo to the Jury tonlihl Tho defenae re*ted at 11:40 a m after Tllckard ha/1 N»*»n neverHy crow examined concerning hi* alibi. Woman Trie* Four Times to End Life TACY)MA. March 2S.—Sunt* Roup*. 30, wax bark In the county hotfpltal today tnr examination. Dlocharfrfd late yeittrday an cured, following an attack of Influonia. «he wHlked from th«* hrmpltnl Aod tried four tlmen to ond her life beneath the wheel* of pmurin* Btreet car*. On her fourth attempt the rr*ru* wan onlv « m«tt*»r of Inchen. You Can't Help But Win by reading the ads in The Star carefully from flay to day. Provided, of course, that you will take advantage of the bargain opportunities they present the chances to save on things you have to buy. The beßt offerings of Seattle's best stores ap pear in The Star. SEATTLE. WASH., TUESDAY. MARCH 28, 1D22. Discovers Trath of Lincoln's Parentage Mr. Meier, Job-Hunter % (EDITORIAL) Mayoralty candidate meier says he is "too busy to conaidcr resigning as corporation coun*el." Mr. Meier, however, in not too busy to do a lot of campaigning. Not too busy to xurvey the array of handxome hlark and orange pictures of himaelf that are appearing all over town. Not too bu*y to low interest in the big campaign chest that a ciique of buninem men are raising to bring about hia election. MR. MKIKR'S failure to resign the one office he holda while seeking the other, stamps him as a jol>-huriter. Seattle doe* not need, or want, a job-hunter a* mayor. When election day comes. The Star believe*, a majority of the voter* will tell Mr. Meier that they are "too bu*y to consider hi* candidacy." EXPLAINS FIRING! OF FATAL SHOT Witness in Foster Murder Trial Tells of Tragedy now Robert IL Kwler fired the shot which caused Ihe death of Mm Mary bushnell 110) Km pi., last New Tear'* Kre, was related on the witnem atand before Superior Judge Mitchell Gilliam Tuesday morning by William R. Walker, a friend of tha Itushoell family, who also waa wounded during tha shooting. Walker wm Ift* state's second wit. n*aa. Th* flr»t wa* R. H l/rr, of th» county engineer'* office. who poAklwt out to th* Juror* a diagram of th* Hushnrll noun*, which he had made At th* ln*Uu»c* of I'mtctiUiv Attorney Malcolm t'ouglaa. Adam Heeler, Fo*t*r'* attorney. (oM th* court that at *om* ttm* during th* cajie h* wanted the Jury to viatt the premise*. Tli* Jury wax finally selected and ■worn In at 10 a. m. Prosecutor Douglas th*n outlln*<t th* facta lhat th* atat* expected to prove. Heeler reserved hi* atalrment. VOTERS' LAST MINUTE RUSH With the registration books scheduled to close Tuesday nlglit at » o'clock sharp. Seattle voter* formed In a long line at the city comptrol ler's office In order to enroll for the spring election*. Total r*ri*tration thin year In ex pected to approach th® M.OOO mark Mora than 1.000 voter* reflet ered TuMdty tnornin*. Thoa* who have not had their nonww placed on the )>ooka will he unabl** to participate In the primaries April 18 or the elec tion May 2. One of Siamese Twin Sisters Faces Death HY caul viemm ijttijc CHICAGO. March I*. Rosa Blazek struggled for life today as her Slomeso twin sister, Josefa, faced death. The twins. 43 years of a*-e. are the only ones extant known to the med leal profession. Josefa was In a stupor at the West Knd hospital. Rosa, at her sl<le, prayed for life. Ilosa would gladly follow her sister to death were It not for Fronts, a bright-eyed, 12 year old son, she told I ir. llenjainln II Itreakstone, leading Chicago surgeon and writer. "Mother love lias triumphed over sisterly affection In this case," Dr. Breakstone said. Dr. Breakstone, Dr. ICdwnrd Cn nat and other physicians todny were still uncertain whether the death of Josefs would mean Roea's death 'also. Surgeons have not (riven up hope for Josefa, who Is suffering from Jaundice. Iler chances for life, however, are slight, they agree. An X ray to determine whether the sisters can be separated If one dies has never l>een taken, accord Ing to Dr. Breakstone. Kfforts to purl thi-in will bo niudu If JiucCa SEEK ARREST OF 2 EX-POLICEMEN Robbery Charged Against A. G. Ford, C. V. Harvey rpo*> complaint of threw victims of an alleged "knockoTer" boose raid. A O. Ford and C. V. Harvey, former memlier* of the police dry squad. and two other m*n whoae tma nam** are not known, were nought by Sher iff Matt Slarwlch oa warrant* | charging rol>»iery. All four of th* men are alleged to har* Impersonated federal prohibi tion officer*. Harvey wbi discharged from the police force for holding up a bootlegger at Reach. the record* dhow, while Ford wa* fired for an alleged attempt to collect al ienee money from the proprietor* of a rambling den. Good description* of the two other men ar» In the hand* of the taooecutlng attorney. The warrant* were laaraed Monday upon complaint of It A. ("Joe") Rlerd. Orandvlew apartments, and K. Smith. Hits hotel, who told Deputy Prosecuting Attorney K. I. Jorw* thnt on last Friday night they were held up and robbed of a quantity of liquor and their automobtle by six armed men at Richmond Reach. The stlrk up occurred about 10S0 p. m., the complainant* said The men called each other by the name* of well-known member* of the fed ernl prohibition squad. they said. The victim* were Rlerd. Smith and a man named Hilly Jenaen. The *uppo*cd officer*. It I* declared, handcuffed the trio and drove them to town, circling the cqjinty Jail sev eral time* and endeavoring to extort money from th*>m by threat* to "Jug" them. Falling in th!*, Rlerd, 1 Smith and Jensen claim th*y w*r* thrown out of the car near Harrison st. and West lake av*. dim, the doctor wild. Rosa ami led wanly a* she talked with her son Frunts. Occasionally, she would glance at her sinter as doctor* forced medicine Into Joeefa's throat. Josefa and Roaa wet* born In Austria. They traveled with shown In Europe for a decade. The Bis ters arrived In the United States a your ago. Rosa's husband was killed In the world war. "It's the strangest case In medi cal annals." said Dr. Breakstone. "Many Siamese twins have been born, but they seldom reach ma turity. We cannot even dare fore cant what will be tho result If Josefa dies. Rosa may follow her slater In death. She may not. We are going to do our beat to Have her life." According: to Pr. Breakstone's ob servations. Josefa possesses the same love for Frantz as does Rona. the mother. Rosa, who was buoyant all morn ing and spoke freely with her son. Frantz, lapaed Into a state of swill cuina Utter la the tU*. HOME EDITION STATUS LEGAL Marriage Proof Established by Noted Writer RECORD FOUND , I Dr. WiniMi R HaHwi, mf Omk\ I IVi 111.. U mm thm 1 I grwlnl mm AhrtUtmsn I \liMtln. H« hM Bin'h I !bte llf* Mtliiff lnU» / mmmrrwm mt I Imlb I»r. . l> Ihf MOlhar **f m+r*wml ( ibnlii am ti»» rmiUplilUr I / T"h# !«»■* kn»»n art **Tb# f»- 1 I l«mtl y of Abrtlum mn4 I \ 'TV Dml of AbrmltMi f BY WM. E. BARTON C«pyvicht. US!, by a**tU« lUr Abrahun Lincoln lived and died not knowing whether hi* parents. Thnrou and Nanry Lincoln, had ever been legally married. Those who knew him Intimately I believed that this haunting uncer tain'* wu on« cause of his periodic melancholy. a nuflnwa no deep thai when he wax in Ita black possession, "gloom dripped from him aa he walked." lie m* MM laaffeetvai at tempts to l«m the truth, and (iv« U Bp; he learned nothing, and Ida Inquiry started ugly rwmn. lie thought he amid find the rec ord of the marriage of hla parents In Hardin county, Kentucky, In which he waa born, and at whose county neat. Kllaabethtown. hla parenta were living when hla older * later waa bom. The reoorda showed hla father"* ' second marriage, that to Sarah Bush | Johnston, but not hla Urat mart u(« j to Nancy llankß. KINAIXY ABANDONED KKAKCII Abraham IJneoln gave up the In , quify. and there waa what waa railed a "significant reaerve" In hla conver nation about hla |>arenta lie believed in them, but he did i not know. It would have cheered hla heart 1 could he have known the truth which | thi* utory contains. In 1878, William V. Booker, county 1 clerk of Washington county. Ken . tucky. found In hla record* a mar ! rtage license bond dated June 10, 1 1806, between Thomas Lincoln and . Nancy Hanks, and also a return of It marriages alleged to have been performed In 1806 ami 1807 by Rev. Jesae Head, a Methodist minister. In ' rluding that of Thomas Lincoln and I Nancy llanka. June 12, 1808. Hut who waa Jesse Head? An thoriUea In the Methodist church could find no record of him, and It waa freely charged that this record (Turn to I'age 7, Column i) LIQUOR THEFT CASE STARTS ! Trial of Curtis Berndahl, Albert I* Dickey, li. A. Livingstone. William M. Murray, Carl 11. Martin, Warren V. Youmana, Clarence H. Untie and Walter Milton, chanted with the theft of 130,000 worth of high (trade liquors from the government ware house at Western ave. and Wall st. last August 29. opened In Federal Judge Jeremiah Neterer'i court Tues day morning. Choosing of the Jury and the presentation of a motion by the de fense to dismiss all but one count In the Indictment ngainst the eight de fendants In court consumed tine morning session of court. The mo tion wail denied Two other defend ant*. Carleton H. I'arker and Charles M. Crawford, have pleaded guilty, and their sentence hns been deferred until the roncltuflon of the trial. Failed Bank to Pay Its Second Dividend A dividend of 10 per rent Is to he paid some time In April to depositors of the defunct Scandinavian Amer ican bank, according to K. A. Unit ley, speclul deputy supervisor of hanking. This will be the second dividend that has twsr>n T*ald since the bank closed its doors. A 20 per cent dividend was declared lost Decem ber, Daugherty Would Kill Civil Service WASHINGTON, Ma. h 28—Aboil tlon of the civil service system of selecting government officials and adopting the plan of making appoint ments on political recommendations is favored by Attorney Ueneral I)nugherty. This was revealed today by testi mony of Daugherty before a sub committee of the lioumj appropria tions committee. IBM JIIH TWO CENTS IN SEATTLE 200 MEN TRAILING BANDITS Skirmish Line Is Thrown Across Corner of Olym pic Peninsula By Hal Armstrong PORT TOWNBKND, Mare* S. —Two hundred heavily armed men are spread in "skirmish" line" format ion today across UM northeast corner of the Olympic peninsula, searching for the twm bandit* who have held the I nail tryside in a reign of terror far Utr last five day*. Knraged aver the kfllin* af Ray Light by the and the wounding of two other men. members of the posse hara •worn not to return frata **- fir chase until the ibiwlwim an taken dead sr alive. Inasmuch as at ieaat cm af the fugitives has pi o»ed lihadf • Hut and aumate abet, it la feared that further casualties will be suffered as mod aa tbn man hunters calHi sight of Ihdr prey—(or the bandits real las that ibey are virtually certaim to go to Ihe gal low* If take*, and they are exported to fight ta the last If they are cornered. The posse was recruited from both Jefferson and Clallam counties, aad t» led by two sheriff*. J. E. Nelaou of Clallam and William Chasa of Jefferson. William It Ritchie, proeecvttnff at torney of Clallam county, baa alaa Joined the chase. HANDITB NEAR PORT 1.l DI.OW The bandits nre believed ta ha somewhere In the vicinity of Port I Ludlow, nbout 16 miles south of l*ort Townsend. between Center and Shine. The posse has established a work ing base at Mnynards. which Is nea* the supposed bandit stronghold, ajflp men are working out In every dlNb lion from this point, beating every square foot of the heavily wooded country. Morr than 50 automobiles hare been placed at the disposal of the po-sev and these are used by deputies patrolling the roads which Intersect the peninsula forest. At the same time the roast guard cutter I* standing off Port Discovery with machine gun* trained shoreward to keep the fugltivfpi from escaping by boat. Two small boats have been lowered from the cutter and are patrolling the beach. One of the coiist k uardsmen aboard these boats shot Tom Carlson Sun day when the latter failed to heed demands to stop his launch at tho entrance to Washington harbor. This Incident brought the total casualty list directly asrribable to the bandits up to fou». Deputy Sheriff Rex Mclnne s «u shot Saturday when he encountered the ban due and a short while after ward the desperadoes killed Ray Light anil wounded Charles Carlson when they held up the logging camp at Maynard. FOOTPRINTS AMINO RKACII It)I.I.O\VKD The most promising clue y«l brought to light by the man-hunters was being followed by a group of e*|>erienccd trackers today. Yester day afternoon Mrs. M. Eldrldge saw two ptrange men in her field, near Center. She telephoned to Sheriff Nelson, who immediately sent a party of deputies to the scene. The strangers had disappeared by the time the deputies arrived, but their footprints were found In the field and these nxnetly coincided with the measurement* taken from footprints left by the fugitives at th» time they shot Mclnnes. These footprints were followed down to the shore of Discovery bay last night, but dark news Interefered before they could be pursued any farther. Knrly this morning the tracking was begun again, and the possemen are hopeful that the trail will lead them to the tnurderera be fore nightfnll. The SSU.OOO In rash and ««rttrl ties which the robbers stole from the S<-<|ulni .State hank Thursday night Is believed to be cached somewhere In the forest, and the nianhunters think they will be able to recover the loot If they can succeed In tracking down tIM desperadoes. ( '