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JTT Ihe Star has made a pain of 8,882 subscribers (more than 40,000 readers) on EVERY week day in the last year. This is an unprecedented record.
It gives this newspaper a clear lead of MOKE THAN 15,000 over the second most widely circulated Seattle paper and 20,000 over the third. DUBLIN BUILDINGS CAPTURED! EASTER REBELLION IS STARTING IN IRELAND! VOLUME 24. NO. 42- Home RrewJ Gr*rt inga. f oilurf Tim to omtr mm lUaf Mtliu* DM ÜB4M to wmt ip*U. . . . Th*r* in twp Moor** ua two Par ftrt running for tha council Dout pi >m nti«i up. Just *ota for ■Mn*bOdy *toa! • • • Of eouraa w* dent mean that. Tktr'n at] good man—Ju*t gwixl H any running for tha council. If you gat what w. otaan. a a a 01* CANDIDISCOPB Dr. B. J. Brawn Tha Mtml mor.rn.nt. in tha baavatta point to a graat d!otp poiauaant in your Ufa on April 11 Taurua. tha Bull, to In tha d.wan4«t and lodlcataa that ran will aooo ha bach wlalding the fore pa. In all your daaling* oa thla day earafully avoid mak tag raah ciacttoo beta, and dan t gtv» any tarly Cns.n In oh b ration of your coming wncr*m at tha potto. 1 k« two ahadowa tow*ring a*ar you. an* of a li'ti* •hiinp cw*r*d with dollar mark*, tha oth*c a graat huik without a "•*. April 1». tha •tar* lndlcata. will ba a tmigh day for tha paO*ct* In your dan- I U1 chair. • a a -If Winter Why «*• -iff a a a ■ace i mMiii tha candidate past- V* put up around towO. we feel that Seattle la Indeed fortunate to hava an many brainy, auci e—ful man run nlsg for pubtto office."—Seres nland. e e e Be that aa K may. C&pL A. 8. Biuea la commander of tha Blue runnel Bn»r Rector. Tha Blae runnel "Bluea" la popular aboard tha boat, e e e mow nara docs d«ao "Beeaeae April ■«. tba dale w fee Ike S>k* •maker. lfcJle ee 0004 rrW«r, the emsksr hee Men postrenal oetll r»krs err tl. one ws«a later."—from the gpoktemaa Review a a a Bob Bermann. we note, haa been teade earwig editor of Tba Star. Bar manna soo logical experien ca waa falned la tba army, where ha bad a personal acquaintance with many •paclea of smaller animal life. e e e "Haw BMb dereptlan should a wife tolerate aa tba part of her bu»band?" aaka Cynthia Gray. Ha, ha. ha. haJ e e e The Loa Angeles Record haa a new aolyum which It calla "Cracka In Tha Record." Down In tha earthquake snne even the newspapers have cracka, e e e We bepe thai eente of tt%* cffhi don't fcroak th« K«-or4 • • • OH. SHOCKING! Tha fight for an off-peak power rate eeema to be tha current toplo of dMruaaton among Seattle maoufaa turera. a e e No, Clarice, the mvll of btirnlng thlnga la not cauaed entirely by spring cleanups. Tou muat remem ber that the election la approaching a e e Dr. E J. Brown aaya that if he la elected mayor Beattle will have a j flvecent carfare. And for yeara and yeara we've been thlrklng that the city council made ' Um .awe! a e e J torrid hereafter Wain mi ifcCann, Who threw Ml cigar In a kerosene can. e e e Who feeds the germa when a doc tor la away from the offloeT • • e THE M I* ru<t «AI>R CLEAR AT I.ABT! Th»r daptnl me en the steee* U4«r aad 'IM pr.pofiM, The/ nearly lank mr f«rmih ewer, eod did mr wile eeefeesMl "Oh. tell int. telj me. sir." they said, •>li*(, who. or why end when la all till. ft.*4 mf heeled talk shoe! the aa ier" "■'m' Mm' Tbe *e I a aak? Wby. here, ten j *m nni The M IS. tli» laleal thleg la medern •111# "f drm le evtriihkff. at rterr time, the ladlee •Irllt' le plenee— Th»r mntr II,»m le kelow the aecA ead la aheve the kneeel" —R. D. R. • * * Peraonally. we b«*lleve thnt the SO-10 la a new and Improved form of 7 come 11. a e e "Sfothrr, rn/jy / oo e*»f to et/Hmf "Ynt, my darling ttnuphtrr; Hang piur r.lothet on a hirkory limb, *■»t don't U<J near Hollywood." WEATHER T*ai#M aa4 oaf«r4<ty. rain: frith iMlkinilfrlir trindt. Taniparatnrv l«tl II Horn Utvlnmm, 47. Minimum. J7. Ta4*y Man. IJ. L. ■ DAN LANDON SPIKES LIE ON RECORD! In Full Day of Whirlwind Campaigning Meets False Attack and Silences It D«n LanAm l«Uy w«a prepar bif i whirlwind wtndup for hl» primary rtmp*i(n for mayor. Tatoribj, with but «n« nip of roffee in «u Main btiu until II o'clock at night. ho carried hta flsht against llw grafters and Ihc ring Into four big meeting* of Totrrs tla spoke tn favor of I cant car fare, raotorbus transportation for outlying dlatiicta, and a dee Ira to hava tried out tha Toungatown plan for street car transportation. narMRCs FOR irn owsEßSßir He declared hlmeelf in accwd. aa alwaya, with the ritf ownership of public utilities program, and advo cated completion of work now under way on the Skagit river project, wllh further addltlotia aa tha demand tor more power required. Ha and all other for mayor and eeveral aaplranta for city council, with the eiceptlon of Walter r. Meier, appeared at two meetings In the South End. one In Georgetown and one In South Park. At the South Park meeting Dr. E J. Brown, while commenting favoi ably upon Ijandnn personally, Inti mated that ha might be Influenced by a "political ring." laniliiii followed Brown to the platform and *aid Brown had borrowed hta propaganda and that no one knew au well aa Brown hlmeelf that he. I .andon. could not be controlled by any individual or political ring, but on the other hand had consistent ly worked and voted against all political rings. fyindon then cited bill after bill In he state aenate that he had worked and <»t»d for, or agnlnst. showing that he hsd always atood unalterably opposed to any Individual or gang that oppoaed the will of tha people. VOTKD ACCORDING TO CONNf IKM E "That record shows," ha said, that 1 worked and voted Independ ently and according to what 1 tie lleved to be right. It shows that the bills I supported were always sustained In the senate by a 3 to 1 vote. "In thla campaign I im following tha same course of what I believe ils right. I have not consulted any i politicians or any ring, all of which ! Brown himself knows. •The very thing that I aim In thla -ami*lnn to do Is to smash a poll!I- I ial ling, and with the help of the ; people at the polls I'll smash It Nothing, as Brown knowa, would give me greater pleasure." That I.andon might stive hlmeelf for further ns nulls upon the ring during the closing hours of the fain palgn. Col. H. W. Thompson s|M.ke In hla behalf at two other meetings last n|fh(. Colonel Thompson, a member of the legislature, lauded the record of Landon In the aenate a* bespeaking that of a man who Is honest, fearless and forever for the people. Walter F. M'ler did not appear at (Jurn to Page 7, Column U The Seattle Star WHY SEATTLE NEEDS LANDON The Star indorses Dan Landon for mayor for three reasons. 1. He is honest Unquestionably honest Honest all thru. 2. He is intelligent. 3. He is for ALL Seattle, for the rank and file, for the gen eral good—and not for some clique. Landon has a 12tyear record of honorable service as state senator. Representing the most populous district in the state and one of the most important (including, as it does, the state university), he has had a chance to demonstrate his fitness for public service. u iM»I ClM* tutor M*f i. tit*. *1 Ik* fMUffIM II iMIlk Wlik. Ik* Art *f Cnfma Muck i lift. T*t Ttv, *r Hill II to •» Audrey Finds Perfect Man as Gipsy Promised After Missing 6 times •Seventh Plunge Into Grab Bag of Love Proves Successful—for the Moment, Anyhow ! SYRACUSE. N. Y„ April 1 14.—A firipsy's prophecy, mut tered in verso to Audrey Munson when the Kulptor'* model and motion picture ac tress was a child, has come to pass! Audrey has found a "per fect" man. And she will marry him! The perfect man la Joaeph J. Ste venson. Chlcagoan. world war avia tor haro and wealthy contractor. Audrey. thru tha perfection of h»r flpirx, la known to art lovera and motion picture fun tbruout tha world. Htevenaon la Audrey'e seventh lore —and there'* where tbe gypey proph- Kjr cornea In. For whan Audrey was a llttla girl, a bronie farad aaaraaa told har aha would live a Ufa of adrantura and ro. mance. that aha would have six great loves that would coma to naught. ilut with tha aeventh—• "Then, tho all earth and heaven above Band* none to ha!p or head ye, Junt aak what ye llat and aaak ya lora. And tha glpey luck"ll lead ya." That waa tha prophecy. And today, with har engagement to Stevenson Juat an noun red, Audrey, 1 In the little country town of Mexico, N. Y . near here, told the atory of har alz fruitless and one *ti<-.'»a«ful love. FIRST LOVE "The flrat declaration of a/factton I heard came from a man old enough to ha my father," Audrey began her love tale, "lie aakad ma to wed him that he might protect and safeguard my beauty. "I waa a allp of a girl, wide eyed, Impulalve. trusting. Thla man had guM»d my feet along tha pathway of art. I told hlra I would wod him If ha wlahed. • "IJut before arrangement* were made- he died. 18 PREACHERS, 10 BARTENDERS IN JAIL IN YEAR Eighteen ministers of tha gospel were arrested In 1921 na against 10 l>«rten<)er», according to tha annual report of the polli e depart ment. made public Frldny. A strange feature ef the report is that only ,f.W Jaultorn were ar- Th'.' total number of »rr»its was 23.0A1. The HcandlnavUna were the most frequent visitors at the city lull, more than 1.000 Norwegians and !>#» Hwr«le« having l>een ar rested during the yvnr. The Irish had u quiet year, only 1011 of lliem dropping Into the tantlHe. Feline casualties were un usually heavy this year the re port elates The police depart ment gathered In 3,132 dead cats. On the Issue of Americanism There Can Be No Compromise SEATTLE. WASH., FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1922. "My ae«-«>nd lova, Bobby, waa a lad of 17—lha aon of a tlntyntii. One night ha told ma ha loved ma and aafced ma to marry htm aa aoon aa Ita waa out of coilega-aeven or algbt y«-are In Lba future. conaentad Hut a faw monthn afterward pneumonia removed Bobby from Uita world. I waa haartbrokan. "Vontha paaaad. On a day thara came to tha atudto wbara I waa work Ing a big. handaotna roan. Ila aaw a flgura of Clrr* for which I had puaad and Immediately demanded to aaa ma "Thla roan—Paul, my third lova— entered my Ufa and ewept ma off my feet. We became betrothed. Ha waa a railway executive of waalth Ha bought ma a beauttful diamond and atarted building a paler* for our horn a. "But aoon I reellaed I did not love thla man anough to ba hi* wlfa I arranged a meeting wtth a beautiful rondel I knew. Hhe and Paul ara married now and have three chubby children FOrRTII LOVE "Then came my fourth love—Jack. Ha weighed 100 pounda, waa fat faced and blonde. And he waa eon celled—and I nay. "Jack ruled ma with an Iron hand But ha couldn't earn enough to aup port ua both. And ha wouldn't al low me to continue poalng. 'Of couraa. *uch a romance had to break up! Th»n I want Into the m<rrl»«. There I met my fifth love- Oordon, • motion picture director mtirh ol<»sr than I. Our romance waa of the ae data kind and luatcd only a few month*. 'Tho an abla director, Gordon waa far from rich and our romance went on the rocks at the flrat algn of a f! nanclal storm. Gordon and I part ed aadly. "Just two yeara ago I Pell In love with my alxth aweetheart. Cecil was a titled Kngll*hman who thru finan cial troubles had been forced to be come an automobile aalaami}D In » California city. "We took long rtdea together. I grew to love him. He told me that he waa too poor to aspire to wed me. ■Then difficulties ovar my mo tion picture contract arose. Newrul (Turn to Page 7. Column &) Joyce Pay# La»t Bill for "PefiN?y" CHICAGO. April 14 J. Htanley Joyce, millionaire lumberman, paid his la>st bill today for I'eggy Hopkins, aliow girl, whom he divorced. H» sent a click for slo*.ooo to Cart ler, the Parla jcwelei, for a diamond tiara Peggy 1* now wear ing In return, according to the dl vorce ecUlrmcut, be get* a cigar bolder. SECOND LOVE THIRD LOVE FIFTH LOVE SIXTH LOVE During that period The Star has found him to be always well informed on the subject under consideration, always alert to safeguard public interests, always square and above board, always outspoken in his convictions, always able to get along on decent, human terms, even with those he was fight ing—always on the job, generally RIGHT. That is the sort of service Seattle needs right now in its mayor's office. That is the sort of service Dan Landon will give. TWO DIE AS RESIDENCE IS CAVED IN Nobody to Be Blamed for Big Endolyne Landslide, Coroner's Aides Find An Investigation conducted Frtdv by Chief Daptfty Contntr Frank Koepfil and Deputy Porimtn H. B Kennedy and Arthur Edgren. Into the death of Mr and Mr*. Charles Hebenstrelt, who w»f» rruthH In their horn# Kndolyne and Kauntle ry by * landslide Thuraday night. <ll* cloeed lh* fact thai no perten or par «oni »trn re»pon»lble lor the aid tail Wehenatrett had been watching tha allda for ro«re than a month. It had tlarted In numeroue place* over a 100 foot ar*A on tha property of Charle* II f«hank. on a bluff lit feet above tha llefcenatrelt Imtna. A atalr way d*«c*nClng acroiw tha face of tha alldn had haan marked Tniuft." and an obstruction placed aotoaa It. but |n aplta of that precaution. neigh bora hud b»»n making frequent uaa of It. Whan tha allda run*. Thnraday night, Carl and Cleorge M*ben*t relt. 1* and IS, reajiectlvely, eacaped by Jumping from window* whan thay ft rat heard tha roar, at t p. m. Frank Thomaa. tutor of tha boy%, remained In tha houae and waa severely In jured. Ifehenstrelt waa president and treasurer of lha Overseas Corpora tion. I.M. an Importing and export ing concern «t 111 Fprlng at lie had returned a month ago from the Orient, where ha had apetit six montha traveling for the company. Ha waa to have taken hi* family to New York In May. Thomaa told police and firemen who worked for honra trying to e*. trlcate the bodle» from tha wreckage the following story: "We had Jiut finished dinner, and while •lltlnc around Dip la- Mr. laJMnt. a lerrlflr roar began np Ihr hllMde, 1 brllnf Ihe fin bankmnil hark of the hotio* H'la about 150 feet high. All of a -net (Turn to l'age 7, Column 4) For the Saturday Shopper flrote Rankin Co . pan* ft MaoDo uga 11 BoUtbwlck Co.. page 4 ICastem Outfitting Co., paga 4 Ortinbattm Hrna , paga 8. Swift l>rug Co., paga 5. Tha Rhode* Co. page B. Hpelger A Hurlhut, paga B. Frederick * Nelson, paga 7. Tailored Ready Co.. page I. McCormack Bros., paga 0. "Tha I nil)veil Wife," paga 11. Tha Hon Marche, paga 12. floodye:ir Raincoat Co , page 13. l.undqtilat Lilly. pagn 13. Cheeaty**, pours 14 and It. Chatter of Uia Hbopa. |>.ig« 14. Boston Khoe Co.. page 14. Ciatcley'*, pa»:a IS. Market ada. pugrs 17, I*. It. Hn.-p.hall Special, puge 10. Plymouth Chiw Co., paga 13. I'uhey Brockimin, page 21. Hurry and gat In your letter In tha advertising contest. fZo la cash prlw*. ff tnu Port* Day. pretty tO-yeor-old rnliWutfy of Ol'taViiM eo-eii Ind daughter of Jude» and ifr». Jean T>ay, of Oklahoma City. who Iran hurt deepett and etood up branit beHde her father <n hie fight for free dom following the •hooting in lha Day Aom* of Lieut. Col. Paul Feck. Beck, Fort Hill at ( i tor, v-a* ihot by Day, according to the itory Day told police, when the ex-Judpe returned home <ind found hit tcife fiphtlng off Heck'i adiancet. A coroner'• fury acquitted Mm. 'My father uvt right; he not neper any other way." Miei flay tayt. The daughter woe at Nor man. tmlugrsifp city, when the tragedy occurred. ILLNESS HITS FAMOUS TENOR John M'Cormack Reported Better Today KKW TORK. April 14—John Me- Cormaek, noled Irish tenor. who for three day* hiui lingered ni>«r death nt hi* here, wu* cheerful Ihla morning, after * comfortable night, and the crisis In his Illnosa Is believed passed. Tha Improvt-d condition of tha alng ar was announced at 7 o'clock till* morning by Mrs. McCormack. "Mr. McCormack spent a very com fortable night, and secrn* vrry cheer ful tills morning." tha alngcr's wife announced. Tha singer has bean suffering with streptococcic, or infective sorelhroat, I otherwise known as septic eorc throat, his physicians declare. Ill* throat I* almost clotted, and McCormack Is able to speak only In a whisper. However, according to his physicians, hi* vocal chords have not iieen seriously affected, and hi* Ill new will not Injure his voice. Ills return to tha public concert atnire. according to hi* clone friend*. Will not be Itefnre three months. McCormack will be 3S years old June 14. A trip abroad, planned by him to atari May I, will be delayed, accord Ingto Archbishop Michael Curry, of Raltlinora, whom McCormack wag to join in Rome some time this lummer. DORIS DAY CITIZENS FLEE FLOOD WATERS 500 Are Driven From Homes in Illinois MEMPHIS. Tenn.. April 14— Tlie Mississippi river today Is rising at all points between Cairo and Memphis. Wish a stage of 40 1 liere, a two foot rise Is ex pected. Rescue and relief parties left Helena, ,\rk., today to aid peo pie In I lie section bet worn Ihe \\hite and Mississippi rivers. Supplies and food were sent In boats. f-e\ors are reported In good condition. • a • BEARnSTOWPT. 111., April 14 steadily rising waters from the 111 l nols river had driven 600 persons from their homes here toduy and caused a IOMI of ir.oo.ono. Following the breaking of the le\iv- which protected tlis city, the water has continued rising. More than half of the city's population has moved to high grounds, the homes l>elng under water from one to six feet df» p. Merchants' stocks suffered heav ily. As sewers and water pipes are broken, great difficulty has hocn "ex perienced by health officials In main taining sanitary conditions. Doctors hav# volunteered to organise ill keep lug til* city cKcaa I HOME EDITION TWO CENTS IN SEATTLE OPEN WAR IS BEGUN BY IRISH Oe Valera's Men Attack in Dublin; Seven Are Shot in Belfast Fighting DCBLJY, April 14.—ft* p. M.J —I .arte force* of refraMlcaa OH Valera'o adhecmtiO IIWIWI K4IHI the Four Court* AND MM Four Court* hotel. IVM irt the first bafUbip raptiirad during UM *M*M Ewlfr rebellion of Itll. (inn fear* pcmail of tmtmm ibtnrkanrea In Dublin enr Ik* week end. Graven fears are mfi u—*J M the republican*' seliure of th* (onf court* today may mean opan ratal linn In Ireland during tha Ea*W holiday*. The free stat* government iMafci were In hasty consultation aa to what could la done to dislodge tha rebel* without precipitating a eon flirt which would spread Into canard Insurrection. • • a BELFAST. April 14 —Tha TrM* truce WM broken In Belfast today. Good Friday dawned Inausplctoualjr with seven casualties reported la street fl»:htlng during the night. Two civilians were killed and on* wound ed. while four policemen w*ra shot and all badly wounded. The start of the Raster holiday* found sectarian hatred too strong tor the bonds of the armed true* end parties of gunmen were In evldenc* In the Falls road district last night. Catholic workmen and women hurry* log to midnight mass were fired upon. Policemen were fired at In reprisal, and revolver warfare b®. came general thruout the disturbed area* of the city. Sinn Feiner Kills Youth in New York NEW YORK. April 14.—Shot dowi* within Right of scoi-M of pedestrians In Central Park, wnt. Patrick Con* nors, a former Irish republican array soldier, la dying today—a victim. th« police declare, of Sinn Fain vetki gsanoe. Connor's assails nt waa heard Ut exclaim: "At last I'va irot you." Five shota were fired Into that youth's body. SUPREME COURT TO PASS ON HER RIGHT TO USE A LIPSTICK CORNING, Ark , April 14 —Tha right of Mlaa Pearl Pugsley to use face powder and lipstick In school will be checked up to tha Arkansas supreme court. It waa announced today. Her case waa unexpectedly reoi>ened _ when Judge \V. W. Bandy In district court after holding her expulsion because she "powdered" unjust »nd scoring the anti-cosmetic nil*, refused on a technicality to Issue « mandamus writ compelling tha board to readmit her. Judge Bandy Aai.l he would not Issue the writ because it waa not shown that the school board rati fied the ouster order by Prin cipal N. F,. Hicks of Knobel. Had (he board acted he could hav* ruled, ha aald.