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PENINSULA MURDERERS Sheriff Tracks Pair for Six Miles Thru Snow to Shack Near Forks PORT ANGENELS April 11— found In possession of >Ailt» con taining tIM In rurrfW) and • !>niilalrr diamond ring, Arthur Elmer King. JJ, and George H. Roe ST, arr Md In the county Jail here tod**. >u»|wN of be ln( the bandit- aim held up Iha 111 -.<<> t rry Hat logging < amp, March SI, and *hot Ray Light lo t'c-ath. William Iverson, Forks, haa Iden tifted The prisoners aa the men who ware believed lo have planned the robber\ of the Merrill & ring camp ■I Pysht, a ntonlh ago. At that tlma. JlUt after }.'0.000 in pay had been distributed, all telephona and l«l» graph wire* from the camn were cut. A snowfall, which would lta\ e made tracking easy, blocked the holdup. Logger- will be tuouKht here today from Port Discovery In an effort to Mentifv tho prisoners definitely aa Ught's slayer*. They vn» *rr»»lfil juiKThj 1 by Sheriff William Nelson and deputies Joe McKissick ami Oscar Peterson, wtvo incknl them for all mile* thru It* mow to a ciMrrlKl nhtrk near )\>rk< Kin* *übmitt*d to arreat a» tovn aa he w»* chatlenßed. but hi* (•npanu« had to b* disarmed Kour plat"'-* In all w»r« found on the awn. Sheriff \rlxin had been on lh» Inoltnul lor the men r%rr *lnm Kuada), «h«i Art Silva, a Tr»» rancher found the pair rampln* In the rain. ll* llxiled them Into kh houw, but ll»e> refused, thun iraixlni hi* *mnplrimi The prlaonera deny any connection With the l!|»wer» |Uy robbery, but refuse to offer any explanation et eapt that they were on their way from Pyaht into tha lloh to look for work. EASTER BATTLE FEARED BY IRISH Rebels Seize Public Build ings; Clash Due DI'BLIN. April Is. With Four Court*, one of tha city'a principal public building* In the handa of Irtah rrbel*. a bloody cUiih between tha Da Valera and State far - - tlon.* la feared when Arthur Griffith •peak* at Kllgo on lUMer Sunday. At Bllgo Kree Stat'- troopa are In poaaeaaton of lha Jail, while armed repuMlmni have taken over the town hail, tha courthouse and other build las* In faeg of thl» aettlng for a battle. Griffith, preatdent of the Dan El ratnn, and on* of the Imdinf tup porter* of the Kree Htate. la deter mined to g<> ahead with hi* plana for addressing a Free State meeting. Five Are Killed by Sniper* in Belfast BEUKABT. April Total death* front rniprrv bullets, starting Thurs day. reached five today with the ■hooting of an engineer aa be aat In his cab at a railroad station and with the death of a child previously woun<l«-il fighting between Catholic and Vnlonlet factions continued thruout the night. Brick broken, HEAD IS WHOLE PCKBIjO. Colo . April IS.—A five •ltd one-half-pound brick dropped *5 feet and broke to piece* on R. E. Devos*' head. Devoaa wu aurpriead but unhurt. HERE'S MORE ABOUT H. BREW STARTS ON PAGE ONE mayor because hia wife told him to. women funny? Mfler wears the uniform of the TTnion league clul>—an outlaw or ganization. They tried to get ■ bigger man for the position, hut the big men were all too feat—and got away. Meier algned up for the race be <au»e he likes to get his name on the front poge of the n-w-paper ■< c-nce tn a while. He will. This candidate looks well, smiles well and dresses well—but so does a dummy In Cheasty'a window, • • • T. J. CI NMNOHA.II Maj. Cunningham is ticked hy a number of Insufficiently demobilized ea-wervlo- men, but don't hold this against him. He sells Insurance, but don't hold this against him. He has the vocal suppor' of Aleve Chad wick, the Boy Orator of the I>u wamlah. but don't hold this against him. He Is a good fellow and I would like to say something nice aU.ut him but I can't think of anything, liut don't hold this against him. • • • lit \ 1.1 NDY Ira Is a big mui—physically. H» hFgan life as a poor lioy. tKo did all the rest ) But he wusn't Imrn in a log cabin. This will probably defeat htm • • • DAN I.AMWIN Dan Is the kind of a fellow every body calls Itttn. Nobody ever asked him lo pose for «n Arrow collar ad. and Jack Burrymore never shot him In a jealous rage Dan has a heart aa big »M his feet, and he halee graft and dishonesty like he hates vests. Jf Dan ever wears spats, I want my friends to rush rue lo Hteilacoom. Dan Is the biggest man among the candidate* but a pool ball looks larere among a punch of pcaifuts Ijoggone. I'm going lo vote for Hazeo J. Titua for uuyor! Lundin Replies to Erickson on Rainier Valley Alfred H. Lundin, torfort kuinirr valley rwMciili nt Wood men*n liall. frMfty nliilit. replied to a letter from Oliver T Erickson print ed In Koil-iy n Bt*r, In whloh Krlck non MfwrtrU (hut thi» 3 vent fun* would « gMxl thinn for the llninler vallry. aa Will a* fur other «wtn»nn of the city. "Moie than 10 >eara mh" wild l.undln, "Krlckaon wm the r hlef ptmnlaer (or Ihr line piomlaed thla ifvllon A boikl iwu» *<ll authorised, but lh* muliry waa uml for Ihe fa mou* 'atari no-place, go no place' tin*, it waa commonly rflfrrml low lh» Krlckaon line, the car* with two i on ductora, two motol man and on« |«w aenger, running from Third a** lo A lit Hilt* thin Mills of Iklljud. Til** pro|«wil uirwuir la aiatut H prat luul ami fair to >ou aa the dral »ou got 12 )rara ago "Today he la promlalnit attain. The Kmplre way line be talka about imiild not be built ti) the city inside of aeverai years, and at a • oat aev. eral tlmea that of the present line. Then, f It la built. It will require money V> tun It Tlwl mean* atlll more take* on top of the IS mill In i reajt* for the flint year, lie talka of a home rule bill." That muat paxa the letrtalature. ami do Itainier valley people want a Ixia line under a home rule me.uture. rat iter than street cart* I*i you flKUr* >ou would get a line when certain I'owen pork districts hute no line at ail* "The Kru kjMm m***ur* Is la tat ion without rf|>r<«*tit«tian for luituvr valley. Yoy must y for rid«*a you cannot toKf. You would inrrfww city taxes 76 to 10 per rant. m thai aotit* on* flu# could hava you pay a nlrkal on their rMf. Your home* would be worth Imb than thoae out»Kl« the city limits. would depreciate In value, you pick up fitn Hvinir coats twaaed on by merchanta, and taka a i on loaa of employment from Industrie* which would t»e adversely *(f*ciwl by tha hishaat tax rata In Amerka" Comet to Defense of Gen. Semenoff rKHKKLEY. Cal. April 14.—"A man to whom death la a )e»t." hut whr> at present la "wry much mtotin deratood." waa the rhamrterliatlon of f'.regort* Hemenoff. Opaaack i-hlef tain now under fire in Washington and New Tor*, made today by l»r*al dent Pavld H. Barrowa of the fnl ve rally of Oallfomi*. A» (*«>k>nel Harrow* he had rime relatlona with General Hemenoff while leading the &7th Infantry near Chita in l#l». General Hemenoff la a human brute," Itarrowa declared, "a man to whom death la a >eet, but h* waa tha friend of the American troop* In 81 beria and ju*t now la very much ml* understood." a a a Cunningham Says He Could Reduce Taxes That other nwtktoird for m»rw have tolled to keep thMr campaign pI«4(H of waiamjr bminw of lack of btwlneaa training and their de«ir« for (Median *w Ih* contention mul* by Maj. T. J. Cunningham. at the Weat Siitc MoaonH- temple Friday night. "1," Cnnuinfhtm «aid. "am a ean dldate for nnm *erm only, and 1 be* I leva that I ran »her« the others hAv« failed." School Candidate* Tell Why They Ran That the work of a physician brings him Into closer touch with both parents and children than any other profession was the argument made Friday night at the West Hide Masonic temple by l>r. C. W Slurp lot, |n advancing hfal candidacy for tha thre« year term of the school board. Dean Burkhelmee. candidate for the same office, outlined hla plan for maintaining the public schools In an efficient manner under an economi cal administration of the business af fair* of the school district, without any reduction of teachers' salaries and without elimination of manual training and domestic science courses. Jfome firew (Start* on Page |) Iter lett+T* were irild. Hut the girl un* quite mild: When the boy* tried to kin* her ahe'd b<yhtem! • • • "I hear you are looking for a man to retail chlckena and ducka." ''Tea. air; want a job*"* "Nope. Looking for Information. How dirj they loae their taila?" • • • If a cam altp. a »uid a moth ballT • • • llltill C "I We Drown at Hem." was the headline In The Hlir yesterday over a «tory of a ship that sank in the Potomac. The only «ea in that district l< at the far end of Washington, I). • • • "Junt one kin* a week," Hut Hhe itmiled an mhe. Maid it, "/»'« wick*4 to seek More than one kintt a treek." Then she lifted hrr cheelc And I uied up my rrrdit. "JUlt one kin* a ttrek," . But the Mmiled as the *a<J It. • • • It will soon he time for those whit.- ' urnrner suits. I'reuM up the old pa i jamas and make 'em do duty ugtiin, f I'Mdie. Ap&ch* Indians In the United States, number about 7,000 LIBRARY HAS ALL DOPE OF ERICKSON Kvary line tluit hua been print ed In tha Hejillle paper** on the Krlckaoti 3 <-« nt narfare bill haa been collected by the publir li brary, and the oollectlon In avail* able in the reference room of the InetituMon for anyone who winhe* to delve (]e#»p)y into the aubject. The collection Includcii the now farnouM debate between Hal Arm Mtrong «nd Jack Hall In The Htar. HERE'S MORE ABOUT LANDON STARTS ON PAGE ONE int*nt An«l othrr ittrmittfta. I(«*tur ntnii to hi* law offltf on tin lOtli floor of |li» Umpire l.M«! inn After the meeting to tiiA|> out hi* twUy'i pio*run b#furt going to !>•*<!. th« former it«t« »*n«tor found him neif »urrtiuiufc-d i»y a liOAt of rnrtxlii, un«l other* who hutl come to tender htm -in otntion. Main of them. •ncrrnl h> the Mnfaimeaa of an attack launch nl ii|>lli>l l.andoti l>> I harle* II .Mlllrr and i|iil< kl» »rlml ii|h>ii b)r W allrr Meier a« a tie ad I > wraiMin. ilri lainl tliey were rtirr lo detote their llmr and energy lo iltln| llif lie lo the laMimal Miller, In a apeet h. hod proclaimed I. .nduh a aenala record proof thai he «>A an enemy of |>ul>llr ownership of utilities. tho ha now was poamg aa t friend. Meier snatched the Miller weapon up. and. uatng It aa his own, ile noum ed laindon In an a<tdreaa In West Heat lie Krlday night Meier •aid. u* had Miller previously. that I-andon had voted In the legislature to Imleflnltely poet poos and kill a bill that would authorise the city to aell elet trie current outaide liar city limit*. M»l»r ptnlwril th» wiiil* Jour nal. too, •p|wirntl)r, to prove hia point. llelievtns that the people under- Mood eaaclljr what had tranaplred at llw leutetature. Ijutdon did not lake the Meier Umi>oon II" piilll ha had many wmlmrtlv" mmaurn to dlacuaa, and that the time allotted to apealier* at political mwilnii wu iw ahurt to permit lilm In wa*t» tt throwing mud al bu opponent*. "But that I* • It*. t»»n: • dirt | lie," itrrtarrrf Nm»l* f. W. ■I«»lln(>. one of th«*e who had gat In ml at the ramltdatr* office. Il I. a lie. becanae M la ml; half the truth I taut In**, a fallow member of Ihe letclalalure, a«HI one of I how who *w Intensely Intereal'd In the electric currant bill, demanded to be heard. "I»an and I." he aald. "and aaveral olhrr member* of the senate went dawn to the h-gl*la lure la make that bill a law. I tan worked for It until tt waa amended. "tt hrtt that amendment waa put bi. It made the whole bill ■■bjerllanable. It not only put a tai en Ike alllity. bal dell*, ered Ike utilil) baddy Into the hands of the public %er»ire rani nlulen of Ihe Mai' "A rommltiee of afrirlal*. headed ky Jmprrlntendenl Ke«> af Ihe rtly llfbllac department, ratae dawn la INympta and begged u* la change mtr tale* ati lha final reading af Ihe kill and kill IL They *atol It waa altogether undesirable Ilan then led Ihe fight again*! Torn Mnrptiine aad Howard Taylor, and *a*rd againal IL Ha did I. and *a did Ihe majority." LUNDT ATTACKS BROWN'S IDEALS Turning his run* on Dr. E J Brown, candidate for mayor. Ira D Lunday candidate for lh" same of (k*. made aeveral speeches Hatur day declaring that Brown la the Wnt ; dangerous aaplront In the rare for the job of chief CMCutlv* of the city. Ilrown haa always represented the 'red' element of the community." I.undv declared, "but hta campaign literature, painting him In a mislead lug U«ht. ia now being broadcasted 1010 the homes j "Votera should aiul)ti> what It 'would mean to Healtle now to have at the head of the city government any man who la a representative of any claaa. Whether capitalistic, spe j clal Interest, political or, worst of all, the destructive clement In the ! community, "With the latter ctaaa In power the tendency would be to bring about In 1 Heattle the same conditions lhat have j • tlstc.l In Itusata during the past jfew yearn."* Rainier to Hear Mayor Candidate* All mayoralty candidate will apeak In the Kalnler valley district Hatur clay evening. Three rnf-tinirft will be held in all. each atartlng at Ik oVlih k, at Phelan'a ball. Columbia City, Co operative hall, fflllman City, and l>ik«*l*le hall, Rainier Beach, a • • • YOU ASKEE HIM AND HE ASKEE YOU THE SAME THING AGAIN A typical "Walter K. Meier le. gal opinion'" was rendered Satur day. Councilman C B Fitzgerald, chairman of the finance commit tee. requested Ihe cor|>oratton counsel's office to advise him from what fund the city might le. gaily borrow money for use In preliminary work on the W. Spo kane st. bridge. After devoting several hundred words to generalities, here Is Mei er's answer: "If you will Indicate the par llcular fund from which you con template the loan, I shall tie glad to determine any question you may have In reference thereto." PETLEY PLAN UP TO COUNCIL Offer to inaugurate the Young*- town "pa** *y*ten»" on mtmlclptl *treet ram uiim mini' 4 to the city council HuturdUiy by U. 11. I'•tiny* Kmttlo itiftnecr, Petley agreed to install the *y«tem for 10 per «ent of the net incrfiutod profit*. ll* promised an IncricM In th« number of paMNOTgeni carried and in gro** profit*, with a reduc tion in carfare and a J own irout of operation. Under I'etley'* plan, afreet car rid era would he able to purrhu/ic commutation ticket* Rood for a w«»«»k at reduced rate*. It ha* worked out eucccjtnfully in a nuin ber of KuMem citie*. THE SEATTLE STAR C. B. NIBLOCK IS OUT FOR LANDON Opposes Meier Because He's Against "Class" Mayor f II k, WMllljr retired mliie owiirr, wortli hull a million In Neallle rval c»lat*, aim! rlaae ly afflllalcd 111 a buainea* way wllh members of the moneyed clique backing Waller !•'. Mrlrf for major, I»r««l himself Hal iiril.n oppo«rd lo Mi'lrr ami In fu \<m <>f i lt<- candidacy of llan laiidnn, "Meier," wild Nlbloek, "la not the man I want fot m«>«r, Hi* ele<*tlon would not Iw for tin* Iwi Intereata of the rlly, llp haii allowed hlttiwelf to become the candidate of a single ■ roup "Wtimrvrr a rlly begin* lo • |>lll H»clf Into claaeca, wr know, for we have »een ll demon •trsled, ll l< irlllni Into trou ble. Mi li r represents a class. Ilaitlel landon It representative of all I lie |M'o|>h'. "I um for him becauae I know lie la lionnl. sincere and worthy, I have known him for many year*. My office adjoined hla for a lons tnne and I had every opportunity to observe hie actions. "I know him w a very i-ompetent lawyer and scrupulously honest. I 'would Ilk* to so** surh a lompetent man and llrelon worker In the may or's office. "A* an etample of his honesty, my office rirl'a parents dwl and I*ft * her a small estate. Kite w»nt to a : lawyer who said *lte would have lo pay him a l".o retainer. Hlw paid. Us muiMlMl up the Mrtata, tln-n told ler he would have to have more money ls|nr« he rotild pro» eed "Hhe link the mailer up with other relatives and l>unlel l-ou-lon'a name was suggested They agreed that he | waa a heller lawyer. and If the other lawrjrvr had charged a 110 re tainer, l»ndon would probably ! i harce ||M. "They wenl la him ind he lank lite rase. >lnil|hlrnnl nut III# estate and aetlled II Then I hey wenl la him In Inquire his fee. Me (old I hen* iHey mtildn'l afford lo pay him ant thine and Ihsl he was (lad lo hate helped litem out. •They had the ll»0 wllh Ihem I hat they had assumed hla fw would l<e, and said aa much. •"Oh/ he said. Thai's 100 mu- h The raae waan'l worth It Five dol lar* would be a big fee for thai little '■ raw' "They paid him IS. I have «•# I'.oo rharated for a airollar |-aae many I time" -I Ihink ll la time Seattle ete« trd a mayor who la h«me«l ami who ran he mh! la repre | sent all Ihe people." HOUSE DIVIDED OVER NAVY GUT BV IJM'KICNTK M RRNKDICT WABHINOTON. April li-WWI Preatdrnt Harding anil hi» laadam in the lower branch of omifw In ui open (pill on tlul the uw of tha "treaty nairy" abould be. Ik* hown n>»« tcloy for » tlwvtnn •» In whether the ««• forrrt ahnuld b» ml In M.tM or IT.Mt m»n Th» former In lb* linn urged by llinllnf Indication' »"» lh<- ht||<>r nary tdvsrtlM would »tn out. Thejr claimed 20* «o<e» pledged. "Lllll* navy™ m««il»r« al«n pr«v fMauvl confidence Chair man K»IWy. in rharga of tha 47.000 bill, aatd "we ■n atlU mofulml the bill will go thru w reported * KTERKTT • Fhrhing aeaann In Hnobotnlah rounty opana Hat unlay. DIDN'T KNOW PISTOL WAS LOADED; FRIEND IS EXPECTED TO LIVE liar* Aatruo didn't know hi* ra rolver waa loaded. Providence hnapllal phyalclana uy Henry I<ik». I?, till Cor I law *»». will iwotir. Th* *hoo|lng occurred Th ura la y near Mllllown. Hkaglt rounty. 1-AIU AIIVKHTIMKMKS'T SEATTLE'S NEEDS ByEdwinJ.Brown Candidate for Mayor SEATTLE MUST— Have Taxes Reduced SEATTLE MUST— Tar Fare SEATTLE MUST— Have the Skagit Iluilt SEATTLE MUST— Stop the Dope Traffic SEATTLE MUST— Stop the Ether Whisky Traffic SEATTLE MI ST Stop the White Slave Traffic SEATTLE MUST— fIHHHi Have I-aw Enforcement DO YOU WANT SEATTLE CLEANED UP? IK) VOU WANT A CHANGE FROM WHAT THE ADVISORY COUNCIL (JANG AND THE STONE WEIISTER GANG HAVE GIVEN SEATTLE FOR THE PAST TWENTY YEARS? IF YOU WANT TO HAVE THESE THINGS DONE —AND VOU MEAN IT Ella EDWIN J. BROWN For Mayor SOVIETS PLEDGE DEBT PAYMENT Recognize Russian Obliga tions as Valid IIV IIK.NKI wool) OKNOA. April 11 The ullla.l and Ituselan d 1 legatee to the ISenoa con ferenre I his afternoon reached a torn plele agreement on llie liquidation of llusala'a old tlebls. The soviet delegate* agreed lo rei' ognlae aa valid nil of Kuaata'a debt* < out no ted previously lo the war. Thla Is a victory for Premier l.loyd tleorae, of llreal llrllaln. who hnpea 'to make aui resetul conclusion of the debt transactlona preliminary lo rec ognition of Huasla and. finally, to an agreement whereby Kuropean na tlona would pledge themeelvea to re frain from alia* king each oilier for ■a lerm of years The hand of Ihe tlrltlxh premier guiding Ihe conference toward Ihls end waa seen In Ihe meeting* l>e Iwern the allied deli galea and the Ituaalans at l.loyd (Seorge'a villa. Lloyd Heorg" ho|»ea that theee t>e gottallon* will lead lo a limited , agreement wlilt h will liquidate Ihe 'dr Ids the Mill's claim are due Ihem I from Husala. from which tiaal* a re ; sumption of relations could be ef fecled A brief aee«lon this afternoon, at tended liy I'retuier IJoyd «leorge of Ureal Britain, K«n»tor ru-hunaer of i Italy, Minister Jasper of Itcigtum. j l*>uis Itarthou of France and tleorge T< hltcherin resulted In the agree men I regarding Ituaala'e debla. A formula of agreement* waa pre fmi red anew by allied e*|»rts, wllh 'ltuselan cooperation, this niomlng, ! and al a Utile round table gathering, with no Japanese or Humanian delr. 1 galea present, the Hus*lan apokea man gave Hla consent to the pact. • • a AMERICA MAY OKEH RUSSIA Ht IIHtHKKT W. W %I.KKI» WAMIIIMOTON. April II - Cofr greaa la being sounded out on It* attitude toward* Amer k*n recog nil lon of llusaia I tig bualne** I* doing Ihe sound Ing This has led to Ihe bellrf in some quarters at the cnpltol that the t'nlled Mtatna pitrrmment will not long delay re<*Hfnltion of the soviet regime if other nations take the lead In fact, some member* of cowgreaa think there la a possibility that the t'nlled Mtatea may tak* Ihe Initiative. The eoundin* out proceea amon* congreasmen baa bren *olng on ever etnee tt became apparent that Hue ■ll would U represented at the ftenoa ••■onomlo let ters whlrh combine adroitly wort") suggest ion« and Inquiry have been rmnvnl by a number of houaa and aenata members. The letters In moat raw* ham com* from con stituent* of the bua ineas men In their home rlalrj. In all of them ta the suggestion that Huaala la a futile field for Atari l ian bu>lnaae. Discussing Uuastan recognition to day. Kenatoc ttorah. Idaho, aaid It a*em*d unfortunate to him that this government baa not already ahown the way to other 101 ornmrnU. lie said that the initiator of th* atep will re.ip from it more pre*tl*e In ftuaaia than those nations whkli ac curd te<««nition afterward. OFF-PEAK BILL NOW AMENDED fleallki manufacturer* will )«* Tain a 11 per > »nt reduction in off pewk |»»«r ratra' Councilman Moor»'» ordinance granting tha reduction «M paaaed laat week. hut waa held up '<y Mayor Caldwell, who ibilaH that the Mil did not provide for any mat hod of determining whether th« mduatrlal ptanta wcra uaing off ptmk or peak power. Following a conference bat awn tha mayor and city official* Friday afternoon. an am*ndm*nt waa agreed upon |Mn( Hilpt. Roe* of tha light department • authority to result* mrtT reading* for powar conaump- Uon. Tl»e amended lull will ha Intro dined Monday In lha council. It la; ritwM to paaa. Polacco Will Direct Chicago Grand Opera CHICAOO, April It. (llorglo Po Inn*), conductor iff I >|,> 1.1 I (>llllll*ll V, Will l» flamed 'II rri lor. ouit rtiliiii Msry 'lanli'i, wlhim Intention in roilfli was liuMlr lii New York recently If Mm* Garden rraullM with lh» <oni|«iny ll will tm merely aa an artl»i and will give up nil «f l*f •littles aa "dlraota." Thin will enable lirr to tm«|il M offer of * IMrt" of a million dollars for a concert lour. The retirement of Mlaa Ourden ilis firat woman director of grand ofiera In hldtory sfter a Btormy sen son. waa induced by the following factors, ac«-ording to thoae In flu* touch with Ilie affairs of lite opera I, Frequent llltieea of Mlaa Oar den, brought on by the nervous •train Aid worry of the work of dl HERE'S MORE ABOUT FLOODS STARTS ON PAGE ONE Unrated at ». WMi.lMiO H wkrnril le»er« pro|e« till* taluable land. •lon* the ri*W M In IlllnuU »' if citing up tic lore llir ru»ll »r water. Kamllln In Kji«( l"n)ru fled to hlitiT ground during th* nliihl, on warning that a levee jirutw-tln* INf dlmrlil might flv> way at any mfn ut«. relewalng a SO foot wall of *# t«r locked up. RKPTOKI-N t MOW l» s< iiimiA ( in in iik.h llallroad traltui, running over "nib ber tracka" on a r"*4lml un*terrnli>**<l |>y water, crept along at five nil'e* an hour In many |ilir« the tmila war* aig Imrhrr under water. Iteftigeen crowded arhoolß anil churches which were opened to tliem Trui ka and automobile* were work In* thruout the iilgtit, carrying household belongings to higher ground. The watera which covered three fourtlia of the city of Hesrdatowtl wi-rn atlll rklni today. More than one Half of the population there »er* driven from their home# Itohrf work la being conducted un iter the direction of the IW tYaw and th* HalratJon Army. Kord l« bo in* brought in on riv*r boat*, which operate on the leading a' reel m W« tor is tfe«-|«rr In som« atresia now than In the rl»»r M lts*lf. IJttKK IIKKAK I liNllis TOWN Kamllien *rf driven from their hornea in Pekln. where the water haa reached th* hlgtieat* »'age In lla hla tor v The levee at IjS Orange broke re l<-a*in* a J7 f «»i wall of water on IS. MO mr« of farm land. Naplea Is un der water. Witnesses Arrested and Held as I. W. W. HACK A M KNTO, April 11.—Ten wltneaae*. arouM here laal areek when they testified they a«» mem lera of the J. W. W. were arraigned In superior court yeaterdajr on a criminal nyndtrwllam charge. All pleaded not guilty and will be tried Jointly June if Th* men wet* witnesses In the am of t■ A. Casdorf and Karl Kirov. -oin,,M of irimliul ») :.Jli *liert» Monday. Metal Trades in South Will Strike SAX KIIANriBCO. April 1». M<»iil»r« of lb« Hay CIIIM MHa! Trade* council will walk out Monday morning In proteat arainat a 19 per rtnl »>iii nil announced by the California metal trade* aaaociatlon. No I Ico of tha was* cut wkm llvra two month* ago. Tli- unlona are net mwtnM by lha employer* at present. Read and !?*• ST AH WANT AOf "You'll 'Sat What You Want Why Suffer W hrn lha mean* (or I oni|>lcla Relief are al hand? During tha thraa month* lh.it Ihr MOORITK MIXKRAI. IX STITI'TK ha* tetn In opera lion In Heattla 140 people hava taken courw< of treat ment (or allmcnta due to In fiamni .it ton or polaon In Ihe body. Only two of them. 1% per cent, have lakrn advantage of our guarantee of complete re lief or their money back. We refunded tha money without (juration. Completely Itelleved Have you read Ihe many tefltlmonlal* of Ihoae who hava enjoyed romplcte relief from Rheumatiam, Neurili*. Stom ach I-leant. Kidney, Liver and llladder trouble*. Krionu, (iol ter, Hlood I'oimhi and aunllar Inflaininiitory ailment*? If you have not, nnd ire n sufferer, call ut tha Institute anil talk to the patient* now tukliiK treatment. lnve»tl|rii. linn will convince you thai the reaulla of Moorlte Mlnarnl treatments are remarkable. We I rent only the clam of ailment* named above. Con sultation free. Moorlte Mineral Institute 912 Third Avenue KtHott 4.Mil ruling. KM w«« 111 far two w~k« nt th» ttittri tit thw In ChlrJiffl and her rr-*'«*i»t lllneiw on tb« Piclfk iitmil wim th* cmiim of « Uifif** deficit in Hun FrtnH**C3© # wh**ri» ih# U • tnu t fuvortt**. Z 1 .aviMh eipendinire of money under her dlrertlon The aeaaon Ju*t • toead waa marked by the grenl atima apartt. With the withdrawal of the Harold MK'nttnMM unil other wealthy beckera. liee<l for economy la aeen. I. Kreqtient rlaaheM between Mi*a (lardan and li-uding atani. lucludiug l.uiien Murator*. PutiwM aerved tort year aa eon durtor and alao a|>p<'ared here during the KIT-ttll mam In that rol«. lie la the hualxtnd of Kdllh Maaon, lead Ing lyric aoprano. WILSON NOT IN FALL CAMPAIGN Believe He Will Keep Out ofi Politics lt\ I.AWRKM'K M \KTIN' WAHHLNOTDN, April li-WOdd row Wl'iMin will take virtually no part In the rongreaalonal i-atnpaJgn j thla fall. Thia waa the belief In polltira! ctr r|e. here aa the reault of the breach between the former preatdent arid hia «•* aerretary. Joaeph I*. Tumulty, growing out of the diapute aa to whether Tumulty waa authorised to iiitiny a rneaaage from Wllaon to the remit J'fferaonlau bunquet in New York, From aou rrea con«ldere«! rloee to the former pre*id»-nt It waa learned Wllaon a artlon in repudiating the meaaiige Tumulty gave tbe baii<|ttet era waa not taken with any deaign to rberli • Ixami (or Jama M. Com in llii. or to aid William O M< Adoo. but to make it rlear that he la not abandoning hi* determination to keep out of politics. Wllaon may get hark Into politics before the next presidential (Mkmi. ■orne of hta friend* believe. Others think he wllj never return to the political ring, tlut all agree that he ■till doea not ronalder the present time ripe for a reentry and that h» ■loea not intend to "get into the ron greaaional campaign " Hoth Wiiaon and Tumulty continue to maintain a silence over the breach. Hympathy in political on lea here U> with Tumulty. POISONS BABY; TRIES SUICIDE Hoped to Guide Husband From Beyond NEWARK. N. J.. April 15.—MMI cat h-wim* Inhr battled aralnirt th« •rill of Mr*. Mmidr Kanrher lo die thai ah* might better rulilr her hua band from the aptrit world. Mr*. K»mhT, who killed her two > r-aroM moo <><-JI by poiaonln* him. attempted lo take her own life by drinking lyaol. Hhr Ilea at the point of death In the city hmpltal here. letter* to her httabond. written Jant before her attempt to kill her weir, explained the motive for Iter act. Hhe wrote that ahe hnd felt that »he <ru a drag upon her huabund and derided to end her llf«* that *he might ' guide and help" him to auc ere* from the aptrit world. She maid ahe waa taking her haby with her liecauae there would he no one to mother It. The letter prom ised that both would talk to Kioihtr from the aplrlt world. The body of the baby waa found dead In Ita crib, where the mother had placed It after gn Injt It potaon. WOODWARD THEATER Third at Madiaon rbone Klltolt 1564 Week of April 16 Starts Matinee Tomorrow TIIK IIOMK OK SPOKEN DRAMA "THE HOLY CITY" THE MOST PRETENTIOUSLY STAGED PRODUCTION OF THE SEASON THOMAS W. BROADHt'RST " ~ " Wednesdays SIXTY PEOPLE IN CAST Saturdays a—. ai * SCAIJE OK PRICKS Nights: 75c, 55c, 35c Matinees: 50c. 28c Bargain Matinee (Wednesday): Entire House 28c Theae IVirca I11<I11<I« War Tax AGED MAN LAID LOW DV BANDITS Three Counties Searched for Desperadoes Hlierlffa deputfe* ani ] poiu-, '-"untie. w«re ***r<hing k>i. unlay for motor nr bandit* *>„ entered un oil >.ll,uon on I'aetfc ( highway, one u<.<l onehaif im,,, | aoo ho/ th» v|i .njowi ( owned by August Coellner, i, and r truck t|, '■lterator, Henry Johnson, t.%. nvjj tha head with a heavy crowbar l.norkinh' him uiifonMivua and * flirt In* i piwiL • .ktill Juhnaon «iiut then Lmcr.d hand fool and strapped in a < hair. Th Uindlt* tok 110 f run hi* porS ar> I 171* from lh* I,t#h i A* I' < y »nt escaping hurrieja ' In a fast roadater, A. E. Prato, In C .*e tale »f , who 1.. to ll J pAssim !-'■ MM ■*-1>» ai| ■ ui>on invent gating fount K and ml ed the ehenff. .luhmon »>• taken ta |lnfl «'inmy litwpilal. where Xriftß were to be taken of hi* (|ui||B Saturday. Ilr had not m«|.V ffil rami liiintirM It hour* aflT tlw attack. which M-Tar red at «:IS f» m. The bandit* arc Mlnnl to have hr«dr< tor Taroma, but pallni In KirrHl i liair bwn mXlfird ta walrh for Ilw men In raw they doubled bach on Ihrlf trail. A burglar who climbed a ft* • crap* on tbs Bancroft apr. rimer*, ) til* 1 nth av». Friday niirht, mra». Ed with at II two Übcrty bond, a *ot<l ring. art with a dtamogt. , valued at 11(0. and a money ta* , containing 11SZ. in addition to other I articles of jewelry belonging ta Howard OMxaine A robbed flMirp TUnooar, ?11« Alkl ave.. of 112 ra*h. • rate' ■tbie gold wstch and an Kagl* lodge • haln und fob valued at |lt£, Ka» ' our told pollrf. I A woman . «mall purne oontahtlnf I ISO wan daringly stolen by a burrlafjl who crawled thru a window In reaidence of Mm. A. Pwanaon. *lt J Meirnae »»». V.. while the owner waa In a nearby room. y A tall. «lender burglar. wearing light rap and carrying an e», aped from the home of B. I'lih r. ltlt Henera at., when Piper awoke early Saturday mornlnJß and aaw him Handing In the iej.™ room. The man Jumped thru an aliej!l| window and fled before police ani | rived. \ Diver It Drowned 1 in Chehali* River 1 ABERDEEN April la—Kvnefd 1 iirraiumiifntii were brine mule torlaf for H. G. Maginn, diver, who wai drowned ynMrribir *h'n hi* dtvunf J Milt wmi torn an ha dipped and fell ! * Into Ihe Chehalis river. Mamnn wu 4eerendlng a laMrr friMi the at earner Frank H. Stout. He clipped, and In the fall the air » line* were torn off from hit nut. The hear? weiirhta carried him toll the bottom, and It was 1J mlnutea be- W fore the body could be located Ud raieed. WANTED Experienced City Saleslady Big opportunity for lady capable of hand ling crews. Apply, 4 to 6, W. H. Daly, Eth elton Hotel.