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EX-KING KARL IS DYING! LENIN REPORTED DEAD! VOLI'ME 24. NO. 29. /tome &rev> Ilowtty. folks? Soon bo lime to paint th' ol' canoe, rh, wo< * • • • Councilman Phil Tlndall announce* thai ha In a candidate for congTfa*. Having boon a aocond loci* In tha war. Tindalt should experience lltU* difficulty in running tha U. 8. a a • Itarlnpard. turn krhrarl, Oh, Tim*, ta yomr flight. An 4 git-* aj tke girl trho wnM Btap home at night. a a a RATTLING GOOD NAMES Itkina has named It* nrw Mto tonrisl ramp "Fraternal park" Wo «ni|i«i Iho fallow lag tlUra for Seattle'.* now auto tamp Flivver Clap IJnir ls«nf« Hoary HaniMl IMjf Inn Tho I oa«ery a a a Boattla minister Is going to ert-ab lish a radiophone station and broad cast his sermon Tho Idea appeals to tl*. Ilow wo will chuckle when tha word* t-omo thru tha receiver. "Tha usher* will now collect tho offering." This l*M I* ported aa all af tke Ft sin ii |i auifi baggage. Jeff re may bo nunhil, bat. by back, Maa'n going t« bo aw af • a a "Mrs. Kid* Otry la entertaining a nephew frrxn Masting* - —Wood lawn (Mich ) Sows. Aw. quit your—now go on with the story. • • • WhQr mother (a home Ringing a lullaby. Deer father U oat Framing an alibi a • • IT ISN'T DONE So far as we can determine Dr C. TV. Sharpie* Is the only candidate wbo has not promised to promote greater harmony, make sweeping re dactions of expenditure* and Increase efficiency 190 per cent. How dooa ho expect to get elected if he doesnt kid the public? • • • Admirer* of Dan London have quit wearing vests. Their next stop will be to put on hand embroidered sus pender*. a a a PORTRAIT OF A EI.APPER Eye* of opal. Tooth like prarls. Throat of alabaster. Rnby lip*. t'hrrk* of peache* and (Team. Head of Ivory. t • • a Th»yre lasgh'.ng at Ibis at tha Cel lar* '!»►: "What 1" the difference between David and Job?" "David was a manly boy; Job was a bolly man" a a a 4 Judging by the picture* we *ee In the movie*, people never do anything In the big North woods except have flghtn la front of the camera. • • • i.ix gee uu. Til- ««rn< r. \ Mir. KM: Wall, anyway. the fly •III) (eta kit laticlefMt—*>*■ If w* flM't. a • • Murder of huabanda by their wlvea la becoming one of our rooat popular Indoor sport*. • • • When I look at the lad In the collar ad A polio' t »tork goti ring, And llerrulei To one of theae 9 H'a« but a punv thing. • • • William Jennlng* Rryan agrjln aayn he la not dearended from a monkey. Me think*, he doth protest too much! • • • WK THINK IT WAS r. ATTI/E A five year-old who «ta« on the •f*ln joins lo Healtle nld to hrr mother a« I hey were waring their destination: "Mother, who f* Ihia 'Allla' we are going to »e*-?"—From the (hicAco Srwn. « • • Victor Vlvaudou, famou* Parisian perfumer, aaya It la only a question of time until every man will be ua- In* perfume to enhance his natural attractions. Quick, boy, a bottle of Aroma de Tidefata! • • • Wonder why they dont. film Dr Head's annual health department re port? It'* about the only volume Jhey haven't *<reened ■• • • rr.KTK l/mim In Ike apple aaaee, I IniMoiMi In pie, an the apple tarta Irritate a V hrlirrt lhat hawleWa laa't Mrll a »!'•# When applied to thnee who Mil Apple pi* Willi apical WEATHER Tonight and f'rufuy. rata; moilrratr smuthrrty Tt-tnprnHa«Ll*«i -4 Maximum Minimum. 43. ToAkjr am, IT. MR TRIP AROUND WORLD! Britishers Ready to Embark Next Month on Epoch al Flight LONDON. March M.—Early nexl month Hlr Smith, tha tlin*i..pher t olumbu* ol the air, will >l«rt fro.ii I / »nd.xi an his bU lone projected trip around tho world. If he completes his vny«»». King •Jeorge will give him higher honor*, he will make a fortune from books and tortures, and ha will have guinad undying fame. Secrec-y surround* the trip beeanse ;It la being privately financed The Mrtmh government has officially an nounced that it la not contributing a penny to ihe undertaking The coat will be or approximately $lO • mile. Vlckera. Ui, la bvn«ht* tha plane, tt is a new type known aa the Amphibian. It has wheela and pon toons. so It can land on either land or walar. Similar amphibian* are being built by Vlckera for the Japanese and tolled state* governments for u*s on th* Pacific. PI-ANN TO FOMOW (VASTS ON TKIP Smith will follow the coast* aa much aa possible. He will have aa comrades on hla voyage his brother, Sir Keith Smith, and IJeut. Renfwtt. a mechanic. Th* thre»'are Australians and in 1»1» made the first flight from England to Australia. The Australian government offered a prize of 10.000 pounds to the find Australian who would make this flight within a 10-day period. The Smiths and Bennett completed the voyage of 11.194 miles In II days, finishing December I#. I>H. As a reward for this flight King Ooorg* knighted the brother*. Roe* Smith's Ix>ndon Australian Tight was made easier by tho fact that during hla service in the world war he hnd surveyed airline* from Egypt to Mesopotamia. His around the-worM tour will be simplified localise he already has Town over nearly a third of the route. HERE'S ROt'TK MEXI. TAKE The route will t>e from I»ndon. aero** France via Paris and l.yons. aero** Italy via Pisa. Horn*. Naples (Turn to Page ?, Column J) THWART MINE ROBBERY PLOT CRASH VAIJ,T:r, Call.. March 30 —Arn-st of four men liera lata laat nlsrht frustrated on* of tha moat dar- Init plota to rob California cold mines In tha recant history of tha Mother I.ode mining region, official" declared today. Feeling a*ain«t th» four men nr rmlil ran ao high during the night that they were aplrlted from tht city hy officer* who feared lynching ut t <*m [>tn would t» rna'h', jfl Dollar %Saved Jfs a Dollar Sarned And you can save many a dollar in the course of a month by taking ad vantage of the oppor tunities in the advertis ing columns of The Star. Itight now, for in stance, many of the stores are featuring month-end clearances which offer extraordi nary economies. BY MH.TON IIKOWKK The Star Goes Into 11,727 More Homes Every Day Than Any Other Seattle Newspaper The Seattle Star Kaorwt u M»t4 Om Matltr Mar I. !<»>. •< lh« ai Hcallla. Wash. an««r lb* A«l af Caocrxaa March I. till. r*r T*ar. h? Mail, II la |l AVIATOR STARTS ON 4.000-MILE FLIGHT PORTUGAL TO BRAZIL MBSON. March 50.—A «00 hofwpuwtr Kairry h) dro airplane. IMlulnl by t'oullnho. left on a flight to Uracil by way or th* Canary island* at T o'c lock this morning. foutinho *aa »-ranpuM by Cap*. Sacadura. wbo will assist u relief (<ilot The an a torn wera a.V<tatMl by four or u mora, Mint by llraall to atatlona between Portu gal and th* Canarlea. The a. lual flying tint* for tk< t.OOOmila Journey may not bo mom than to hour*. I "apt. t'nut in ho Mill before 4*pirturf. but ha doe* not rtiwct to arti va la lira nl brlor» lh« middle of April, Krnm tha I'anarte* tha aviator* will pnnml to tha i'a|w Verde islands and thence on the lone hop to t'ernarobuco. Ilrattl. Portuguese rrtaora will ha sta tloned along tha longest lag of tba Journey. YEGGS INVADE STATE! All Banks Warned; $200,000 Stolen in Washington i n Last Two Months Declaring that Washington haa been invaded by a horde af professional safecracker*, who wha have been driven ml of the Eaal. L. S. May. president of the Norther*! Association of Sher iff* and I'a4lce. Thursday *ent out a is amine to every bank In the Northwest to be im the lookout. He aenrrted Iliat the crime wave which has boon swooping tho country over since the war lias now centered In thla state, and advistw ail banka to |«ul oti armed night watchmen and take every other possible precaution. At the mm* tlm* M<v dlraciad a t'leirrum to Chief of I'oilce Jam** AmlTnon, VlMouvrr, 11. C. ulrMnn acalnut a propoacd reduction of Ihe police force In that rlty. which. It la understood. la contemplated. "The public doe* not realhu* the vtmt amount of crime that I* ifoinr on today." May Wild. "An ld*» of the alt nation la rained wh'r on« re. member* that durlnß the laat two montha. In the a'at* of Waahlncton alone, mor« than 1200.000 haa been atolrn from «t»4* eafetv deposit (Turn to Psge Column I) Foe* Plan Defeat of Lloyd George LONDON. March 10.—Uoyd Oeorrs's political enemies today prepnr"d to defeat hla resolution on rimia In the hoiim> of commons on Monday and cause Ills rMlfiu- Hon. Knrh of the thre« Independent political [df!l»« In Fneland In Id plan.-< for th* downfall of the coall tlon government thru nmendmenlK lo the premier'* motion. Rumor Viceroy of India Hat Resigned IX)StK)S, March 30 It waa per- rumored here today that IXkrd Heading. vlieroy of India, hiul resigned. No confirmation r>r <Knml of the rumor could ha obtained. fjord Heading, former chief justice, waa In aympnthy with th* recent In dian demand* for rentoratlon of th* *ii7rrntnty of the aultiin of Turkey and revlalon of the Kevrea treaty. Phinney Ridge Club to Hear Candidate* Walter F. Meier, Ira D. Lundy and Harles H. Miller, candidate* for mayor, will add rem* the I'hlnney ltid» Improvement club Friday ut H p. m. at the Woodland Park I'reabyterlan church, 70th at. and I Vila tine avp. Ilnll, <'nx and lilalne, candidate* for council, will alxo apeak. An aJlreaa will be Riven on the threacent-fare propoMilicn. AM, NKVKN « AMHUATKM for mayor spoke before a m»» ting of the Neattle league of Women Voters at Uic Y. W. C. A. Wednesday. BEATTLE, WASH., THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1922. * REPORT BANDIT KILLED Manhunters Think at Least One of Prey Was Shot Down in Duel By Hal Armstrong PORT ANGELES Mar.h J« Tlul one of the 'pnilniuli ban Dll»- who lui' trrrurldnf I 111. ration lor III* lot weefc I* Mlhrr wntrf Ml I* the theory upon ulurh Sheriff William Nelson h now working The dead or w«uadr4 man t> pro aumably an • I pert aafernu-ker brought In front Heattle lo rob the Htato bank at Sequim a week km a I'rwn ertdenro Juat brought to light Nelson la lorllned to he!lev* (hat he wma ahot In the platol duel In which lh« rohhen lut Hatundajr with Deputy Sheriff Rex Mclnnes After the pistol duel, which waa fought nmr Maynard*whaa Mrtanaa spied three men tinder a railroad trestle, a pair of glovea and an um brella were found near a sack of pennies which the detrperudoaa had !dropped In their haste. COI'MINT IIAVK. BKUINOBD TO TtIKM 1 These manifestly could not have been the property of the other ban dit* —the men who held up tha log |ln| camp at Port Discovery the same night and killed Ray Light—aa they have proved themselves to be expert woodsmen, and nobody ever heard of a woodsmau who went about with an umbrella. Bo Sheriff Nelson la now sore they mtirt have belonged to a third man. especially Imported to do the bank ")ob" —something which the other* would have been unable to perform a* It required expert knowledge and the use of an electric drill. Mrlnrws, now recovering front Ihr bullet wound lie rereiv-d In the duel, la positive that Iw shot down one of the bandits, who waa carried off by Ills two compan ions. Sheriff Nelson believes that he knows tha Identity of these latter two. lis has learned that two brothers, one an ex-convict, were visiting relative* in Hequlrn a week ago tonight and that they disap peared Immediately bafore the lank robbery. As their description tal Ilea with what has !>een seen of tha fugitives since that time, be U aura that they are the men. I'l RKMT MlNti AMI IHI HI I I T In one way, of course. Ibis sim plifies the chase: but It also mukea It certain that the pursuit will lie long and difficult. Thene men were brought up in the woods of this penlnxula and they know the coun try far better than most of the pursuers. They can, therefore, hold out for longer than any strangers (Turn to Page 7, Column J) FACTORIES SEEK POWER RATE CUT Plea Heard by Utilities Body; Decision Monday Final decision on the Moore off peak |w>wer ordinance will he made by tho city council Monday. The proponed ordinance would re due* power rat*»s 25 per cent during the off peak hourp. Kepre*»entativra of all the big manufactories app"ar<»d before the council utllltlep committee Thursday and urged pap*age of the bill, ile< tar ing that the present high rates are driving business from Seattle. Councilman W. 11. Moore paid that the municipal light plant In losing $200,000 a year by failure to sell its off peak current. ('ouncllmen Krirknon and Moor* voted for Hi'- bill. John K. Carroll uppowd 11. and Tlndall and Cohen reaerved their vol" until Monday. Councilman It. H. Ileekrth announced that be would vote for llii* rnaa/iure. THK FRATKRNAI. OKDKIt of A O. IJ. W, will Rive a dance Monday at H p. m. at their hall at 1409 Ninth avn., free to inrnibers and their friend*. British Envoy in City Siamese Twins Go to Death Together Br rARI. VICTOR 1.1T0.8 (HICAIiO. Marrh J*.—Rami and Joaela llUurk. Monmr twins, difd hwe earl) l«U), Jwrli, who ha* been in I stupor for nearly • week, WW the first to paw in). Her ■Hter Ko»s died li minute* later, at 3:l* a. m. I»r. tlenjnmin Bnak»ten» and a ataff of eminent Chicago ronreona worked all night to nave the life of tha famoua pair. Their hattla wu loat, however, when complica tion* Ml In. The twine had been Buffering from catarrhal Jaundice. WMIKI) TO OIK AM TIIKV I.IVKII Josef « been near death for nearly a week. Row waa apparent- j ly In gooil health until two daya ag*> fthe made up her mind, so cording to Df, Ilrenkatone, that she wanted to die with Joeefa. Kraut*, the I: year-old son of Rom. was with his mother and aunt when the end came. The bo jr. normal In every way. clutched at 4he covers and sobbed when tha end was pronounced. hYank Itlazek, brother of the twins, also *os present. No attempt to operate to separate the two after the death of Josefn wa* nuul'-. An X ray had never been taken to determine the poand blltty. This was In nccordanco with the wishes of the sisters. T ( he brother Frank was asked last nlgiit If he would consent to an op. eration If his aiilers revived, lie refused, saying It was not their will, Krantx. the son. said he preferred lo lie an orphan to crornlns the de sire of his mother and aunt to yo to death as they hud lived Insep. arable SCIKNTIRTH TO sti i>\ < mi J. I* Triska. attorney for the pis terp, kept vigil all night, hoping would rally BUffictoiitly to make a will dlspoplng of their for tune amaajied while traveling with phowp In Europe. It 1p likely, according to Dr. Breakstone, that the bodle* will be turned over to American acientlpta who will examine them in an effort to discover the myptery of their eilntence. The bodies then will be cremated and the ashen pent back to Caecho Slovakia if relatives per* mlt. Hosa and Jopefa ttlnxek were the greatest wonder twlnp in the world, according to Dr. Itreakatone, who hap alpo examined the farnoup twins of lalloo, the KaPt Indian prince. They were born 43 years ago. They were educated and learned to play Will Wireless Political Debate WASHINGTON, March 30 For the flmt time In the history of politi cal campaigning, a dclmte by wlrcleaa will be staged tonight. The princi pals will he Senator New of Indiana, who will talk from Washington. and ex Senator Hevcrldge, opponent or New for the nenntorlal nomination, who will talk from Indianapolis. New will atu.rt at 10 o'clock and hi* speech will be broudoaated via Arlington. Sir Auckland Campbell G'eddf the violin. Tlwy romped like other children of their age. In early girlhood. the two atarled a tour of Kurope which I anted over n derade. They came to tha I'nlted States a year ago lo tour lh« coun try- 11l NBA NT) KII.I.KI> IN WOKI.It W Alt now waa married. Her husband wa* killed In Ihe world war. "Anatomically, they we.a two nooipleta |>eraons, with tha exception of two organ* they had In common," aaid I)r. Breakstone. "They were joined together at the aide and hack. Uke two individuals they had differ ent likv» and dislikes na far aa almllar environment would permit." Overeating waa the Indirect curiae of the deatha, according to the doctor's diagnosis. In the oid conn try. Dr. Breakstone aald. tire women seldom eat meat. Since they have been In the I'nlted States they have eaten five me*ls a day. conslating of from five to >U pound." of meat each. CITY READY TO GREET MARSHAL Program for Hero of Marne Is Arranged Marshal Joffre, famoua hero of France, will arrive In Scuttle at 9:20 p. m Thursday, from lllalne. Wash., after viewing the peace portal there. Complete arrangementa for the program and entertainment of Mar shal Joffre and his wife and daugh* ter, now in Seattle, have been made, and Include a day of rept for the mar- at the ifpldfnof of Samuel Hill, In Seattle, with a day of speech -mak Ing and receptions following. At 10 a. m. Saturday a public meet ing will be held at the Coliseum the. ater. At 11 o'clock Mara ha I Joffre will be driven in an automobile thru the main atreet*. that the achool chil dren may neo him. The auto will travel from Fifth uve. and Union pt. to the city hall, on Yesler way to Sec ond ave., ond on Second ave. to the Arcade huildinr. A luncheon will be held at noon at [he Masonic clubrooms. At 1 p. m a public reception will be held in tho clubrooms. In honor of Mme. Joffre and Mile. Joffre, »i luncheon will be held Sat urday noon at the home of Mrp. H. Austins de Turenne, while at 4 p. m. Mme. Joffre will be entertained at tea by the HtiPlnexa and Profenaional Womenn club, at tho Washington hotel. Sunday. at 5 p. m . treea will be pin n ted on tho Seattle Taeoma hlph way, at Sunnvdale, In memory of the (Turn to I'ugn 7, Column B) Non-Union Miners Continue Coal Work <"H AIM.KSTON. W. V«„ March 30. West Vlrirlnln'a nonunion coaJ mlnern continued to work at top *peed today, piling up a reserve for (iclda April I- HOME EDITION GEDDES FETED Lauds Possibilities of Seattle; Likes the Climate LIMITS WORDS By E. P. Chalcraft "Now that juration la one that U very eftally anawered." 81 r Auckland Campbell C.eddea, ltmiah arnbaemdor to the United State*. willed down from his all feet something In height. We are Juat making a little trip »t* meet th* pecpto and *e* tba coun try of tba WeaL Ju>t vacationing, that'll all." Lady Ceddea. stffl wealed at th* oppgdta ride of th* brealctart table In their private ear at th* tf.-Vr. R. A >f. station Thursday morning, nod(l«<1 brightly. "Such a beautiful country it is, too. and Mich beautiful weather. Now dotVTt In Ijo% Angeles the otitrr day it simply poured. And we left the )o*e*niU' valley in tear*, a* it were." Tho llrltlah diplomat. who a few yearn ago was teaching school, and haa rif*n to hia present high posi tion In tnetcorlc fashion, refuaed to be Inveigled into expressing hla vlewe on world affairs or on political sub ject*. WHJ, HAT JI'BT % KHW WORDS ••Til* people of Seattle are so Vlnd. and have ro insisted on my apeaklng ito them, that I have gladly assent ed." he aald. "Of courso 1 Khali Just way ft few word*, but, really. 1 aim ply am not talking." Sir (<«dd«-s expressed a grasp of the industrial future of the Pacific co*«t wliich *hnwed that lie ia a keen observer of condi tion*. "A* to vwilf IrintT, I Ihink the Pacific roast t« magnificent." hf ikrlnml apprecitaivrlv. "But it K Ihf possibility of indnstrial development Ibat »lHk» nw m»l furrlbly. "Your great area* of tindeyeloped In nil. your abundance of water, the hill* to give tliat water force and power—truly. I think that great things are in store for the near future out here In the way of hydro-electric development. That is the thing- hydro-electric power. "There Is bo much room for ex pansion. The population, lust a mere handful of people, that's all. "Hy the way. what la the square mileage of the Mate of Washing ton r* Several reporters, and nn assist ant truffle manager of a railroad Mood silent. Again that alow, qui*- ileal smile broke over the face of the ambassador. Captain Hush Tennant, private secretury, gazed out the car window with an appre ciative twinkle In his eye. "You know. 1 often obtain Inter (Turn to ra C e 7, Column 4) STATE SCORES IN RUM TRIAL Testifying In the trial of the men Indicted for robbing the government liquor warehouse nt Western ave. and Wall *t., last August 29. of 130.000 worth of government-owned liquors, Chief of Police W. H. Sear ing derlared Thursday that R. A. Lingston had admitted that he had access to a key to the warehouse. Prohibition Director Roy C. Lyle followed Chief Seitrlng to the stuml. I.yle'a testimony corroborated that offered by government witnesses Wednesday, concerning the state mrnts of Curtis Berndahl and Al bert 1,. Dickey when they were ap prehended at the liquor cache at Cow I.a ke. Disabled Vet Ends His Life in Tacoma TACOMA, March 30. - Despondent because of 111 health develop k! while ; serving with the IXth engineers In France, Sidney W. Bradford, 31, com milled suicide In hia houie here laat '.Ditht by ebootlnf. TWO CENTS IN SEATTLE ROYALTY DID RED CALLED? Former Emperor Karl Dying and Lenin of Russia Reported Dead PTNCHAU HuMn Island* March 31.—Former limprnr Karl of Austria improved iliifct ly during the night. his phy sicians announced today. He I* d»ing or pneiimoni* with mi* bral complication*. One rtpwt said the Bbhtp of Kunrhai bad been summoned to administer the last rile*. Oxygen ha* been administered. The royal exile Bad* ilia will aeveni days •r*. \ • • • \TKVNA. Marrti M—Bvßo(- prma Ota ot Austria U-I«ti aphei (or Dr. (Mac. former court phy •l*ll bi Kmperor Karl, to hasten to Funrhal. ilm« the former monarch In critically OL scribed 3.M.M0 crowns to M> able Dr. I Viae u> depart today. • * • IjOVDON. Marrh 3#.—A noma dispatch, unconfirmed. uM a r» •" port had reached then that Nikolai |j>nin was dead. KtforU to secure authentic re port* of l<min'i> condition direct from correspondent* in Kuwia have failed, mrinc to a never* censorship. He km reported to have npoken at a communist meeting Tueeday night. 1 <enin i* suffering from artrte progressive paralysis, according to a news agency dispatch from RevaJ. 14 MEN BURIED IN WAREHOUSE American Tobacco Company Building Crashes notVI.TNG OREKN. Ky., March SO. —Fourteen men were buried when a warehouse of the American To bacco company collapsed here today. Three of the men are believed to have been killed. Including Kdward U. Hendrick. manager of the tobacco company. Seven others were Bart ously injured. Hendrick and the two laborers be lleved dead were still buried In the debris at noon. BLAST FATAL TO TWO MEN OAKI-AND, Cal„ March JO.—The explosives plant of the CoaM Manu facturing company at I.lverraore. near here, wan the arena of aa explosion today which blew two men to atom*. Kred Nash and Ray Flgueroe were the men killed. The explosion did heavy property damage. Radio Thieves Are New Police Problem The activity of radio thieves la In creasing at an alarming: rate, accord ing to Seattle police. Typic«l of these robberies was tl*» looting of Crawford * Conover's real estate of fice. 35th ave. N. K. and E. sJth at.. Thursday. A thief carried away the phone i-ecrlver, eight electrlc globes and then stole the window glass, which he carefully removed from the frame. Former Soldier Is Slugged and Robbed TAOOMA, March SO.—Struck down from behind and then robhetl, E. W. Eckert, 26, former Camp Lewis sol dier, wan found lyin* unconscious on the street here last uifrht. His army dt*< liarfrc And ST.B in money had twen ilkcn. AN EXHIBITION DRII.I. and smoker to stimulate recruiting will lie glxen by the 146 th Held Ar*Ulery. Washington National Uuard, at Uk* armory, April 14. at > p. tm.