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MONDAY. MAY 1. 192 C.
HIGHWAYMEN ATTACK MAN AT OWN DOOR Householder Left Unconscious on Street as Pair Make Escape Sluitrd with a rrvol**r hull »hru Im< rrfiiwd to ntwy t mwlird bandit'* command (o throw up Ma hen*, t'run Krd rrlcl. 141? 94th «*«<.. wa» kiiockcd WHORuHmm -liori I) alter mid nl*ht Mimili) . Krdfricl *u found a f«w momenta later, lying In front of hi* homo, tin »»-> balitK cared for Monday by a ph vslctan Kadertel told pollco that ha w*a emeriti* hi* h>wn« and had conalder ahle c«*h on hi* person when two men who worv whit# hnndkerrhtef ma*ka In which *y« holf§ had bwn cut stepped from aonta bunhea and lfv»lfd revolver* at hl« head. In reaponao to a command to M up hi* hand*. FtMd struck at on* of the platola. fie wai Instantly felled by a blow from (he other ban dit's revolver, lie received a around on hta head two Inohe* long. Phval. clans at fir*t feared hla skull had been fractured. The bandit* fled after striking him. A tall bandit who wore a blue ban danna ma.*k entered a grocery at ISS« Woodland Park ave. Sunday night and at tha point of a platol robbed H. It Weaton. proprlator. of IS', and a cuetomer. Thomas t-ane. of Wth at. and Woodland Piurk avt., of »JSO. Joe I Van. of T>urkahu*h. Waah . reported that an unmaaked bandit had *elie.| him from behind while ha waa walking at Swmil ave and M»ln at. early Monday and after a fierce ••rugg!e had robbed him of a watch and a diamond rt udded watch charm. ALICE M. LORD IS OUTFORLANDON Editor Tha Star: I want to aay a few worda In be half of L»an Landon for mayor of our city. I am *upportlng lie cause ha la an honest, upright man. one who la not afraid to atand on hta own ground, a man who haa alwaya atond for that which ta Just and right While I waa working In behalf of tha eight hour day for women. Sena tor lain waa alwaya on the Job. working and voting for that hu mane measure. It waa alwaya a pleasure to go to him for assistance, and every working girl In tha city of Seattle ahould reward Pan I,and»n by r ire to tba polls and voting for him Tuesday. No one requested ma to write thla. I only wanted tfc do my Httle bit toward electing a good man to office. ALICE M LOKD. ROOMING HOUSE BLAST KILLS 5 KANSAS CTTT. May 1-Hrt ne iron were killed when an eiploeion wrarkrtt a two dtory rooming b«u«e on Indepcnilfnn av». today. front* of adjirrnl buildtnc* w»r« blown out and alnikmi for block* were broken. A leaky ran pip* reused the blaat. STAR BANDITS' AUTO LOCATED Tba automobile ua«d rty the four bandits who Saturday mo.nine held up and r&t<b«d Frank Webeter. office manager. and Ml*a H'tiina Mayer, cashier. of The Star. of tt.400. wa* located by police at Minor ave. and Stewart at.. Sunday. The car had been sto'en from Arnold 8. Graham. I*o3 Thirl ave N. Graham, the superintendent of IJbby. McNeill A Uot.y. left It at 8:30 a. m Saturday, standing at Sixth ave. and Matron at. police have no further clue to tho tamdlts. 1,000 CUT OFF BY MISSISSIPPI NATCHEZ. Mia*. May 1. —rood wan ruehed today to Frogroore, b., where 1,000 Mlmlaslppt flood refu gee* were marooned. The flood vtrtlm* at Frogmore are living on scaffolds huMtly erected and are In dire need of food, accord ing to H. R. Connor, state legislator, who is directing relief work In Con cordia parish, In which Frogmore la situated. liana w»r« mailt to r»mov« »h»m to rrfiiitf* ramp* »t llarrtnonbure •ml Thln-h»rt by powfr boal*. OFFICE SAFE ROBBED HERE Tlobbery of a eafe owned by IJbby, McNtll & Llbby, 604 Marion build in*, of a few dollar* In atampa, wan diacovered Monday by a clerk. The •mailer of two aafe* had been opened by the touch *yatem and the Inner door pried open. No caah waa kept In either of the imf**. The other aafe had not. been molented. The office had been thoroly ran aacked and deak drawera forced. Young Girl Killed in Roadhouse Fight KANSAS CITY, Mo., May 1.-My» ♦erioua death today of Mlaa Pearl I>avl*, 20, formerly of Ht. IxxiUr. aa the r*«ult of woundii received at a midnight party at the fTaatle, a chick en farm reaort, waa under InvepUfca- Uon by police. Ruby Dane, sa, another prirl who attended the party and declared li quor waa drunk, aaid ahe found Mlaa 1 m»via lyin* on the veranda. Mlaa i)a via 'tkull waa fractured. TIIK VMCIO! S propo*itlon« to be voted on at the poll* Tueaday will b*» diactiaaed by the Commonwealth dub at Boldt'a r« Vll ttecond at 1 p ul> i How the Lobbyists Figure Dr. Brown Every extreme labor-hater in Seattle is openly backing Dr. E. J. Brown for mayor. Such clever legislative lobbyists us Jay Thomas. George Stev enson and George Russell are working tooth and toenail for Brown. This does not mean, necessarily, that Dr. Brown is a labor-hater. It does not mean, neces sarily, that he can be relied upon to do all the speciaj interest favors that these forces backing him might wish. It DOES mean, however, that these lobbyists and manipulators KNOW, from experience of 12 years in the legislature, that Dan I«mdon cannot be bought, cannot be swayed from acting inde pendently, fearlessly and intelligently in the in terests of the whole people. They KNOW that. They are willing to take a chance on Dr. Brown. The voters of Seattle ought to be as smart as these lobbyists. They ought to know where their trust ran safely be placed. They cannot afford to chance a /frown regime. s SHORT FOR LANDON fended, ahould rally to hla support -*Vr iw*-d to return to the principle* and politic* "f "Abe' Unroln In the administration of all bcanche. of our internment. We need, above all. courage, capability an* a broad human un derstanding ami »> tiipathy lu public nfflro. I>an I-andon pn» armr* these qualittas* i» a rare degree. Ninety five per cent uf all pre-election promise* are net cc redeemed and no one % tin uld W mhled by them. It la the man we *elect that I* Im portant and not tlx- promise. "Itan I<»i ilon ta a 100 par cent man. For l>r. Brown I have a atn core reapect, but my conscience compel* me to vote for Dan t*ndon. He will maks a 100 par «wot mayor for all the people" MaJ. Douglas aald: "Some of you may wonder why one whom you have honored by electing to publle office ahould depart from the uauat custom of county offtctala to atay out of polltlca. and take tha atump In behalf of ona of the mayor alty candidate* Tha anawer I* aim pie At aeveral re,»nl meet en** t>r. ftrown. following hla habit of throw- In* poiaon gaa In every direction. ha« iron* out of hla way to cant Inalnua tiona at me and my office I have never yet t*en accused of running away from a fight. and I don't Intend to run away from this one. Ido not care whether It la good polltlca for ma to be tier* or not. I am here, not aa a matter of expediency, but aa a matter of prlnclpta. "A man who *penda hla life evad I tng tha law and ahowlng dlarespect i for It ta not a man to h» truatad when he promloea a regime of law enforce ment. Reform ahou'd begin at home I»r Itrown ahould Initiate hla law en forcement program by obeying tha taw hlmaeif. e e e e e e e "Not only haa ftrown hlm*elf been convicted of practicing dentistry without a lice nee, but In hla office a careful acheme of camouflage waa adopted to prevent the officer* of the law from securing evidence upon which to proeecute hi* employe# who were violating the law. "Dr. Brown now aaya that, If elected mayor, he will clean up the town. Yet the recorda ahow that in. l»ll when, aa a war measure. It be-1 | rami necessary to take a»rtng*nti atepa to accompliah that end. and the i I good people of thla city united to I wipe out the atlgma that had been i placed on the fair name of Seattle, ! Dr. Brown did more to thwart that movement than any other single In dividual In the City. If he Is alnceie | in hla statements about cleaning up I tha town, why did he fall to help clean up tha town at that tlme?j j Shall he be Judged by hta worda or j i hla deed*? "On the other hand. Dan l-andon 1 haa nerved aa a atata aenator for the I paat IS yeara. On every bill where a moral laaue has been presented, he haa voted rtfht. Every alngl* piece of clean, progreaalve, forward look Ing legislation haa found a champion In Senator I<amlon. "Two years ago the peopte of thl* county did me the great honor of electing me prosecuting attorney over Or- Brown by a vote of 67,000 to 11.000. Since then my deputies and I have been toiling morning, noon and night in our efforts to make thl* < ommunlty a better, cleaner, aafer place In which to live. In that effort I would eapect more co-operation nnd aasißtance from tha ha tula of I lian the lawmaker, than' from the hands of I>r. Brown, the law breaker. "Dr. Brown promise* you a five cent atreet car fare. Now, If a can dldnte for the council ahould prom lae you that, he might vote for the proposition; but the mayor doc*| not even have one vote. So when Dr. Brown promise* >ou a five-cent fare he I* promising you something, which he knowa he cannot deliver. "Me promlaea to cut your tuxeai In half during hla firat term In of I flee. Now that la aheer nonaenae and ha knows It La tionaen*e. In tha firat place, he haa no power to abolish an office, but If he did have that power, and ahould abolixh every office which the mayor fills by appointment. It would not re. duce your tnxe* one small part of what he promises. "lie aavs that lie will not only reduce the city taxe*. but the county taxes, and the school taxes, and tha port taxes, and the slate taxes. In order to get ln thla campaign, he haa promised everything from building the Colum bia IlHSln Irrigation project to reduc ing the prlc-a of goose berries In Madagascar. "Kjftra vacant promiaea of that nature are not bin* more or leaa than d tab on eat talk—molaaae* to catch fllea. It la for you to decide whether you prefer honeat achieve ment or dlahoneat talk aa a tiaal* upon which to chooae a mayor. "Dr. Brown aava that he will throw out the political Incurablea. Well, h*» ought to know one when he' *e*a him, l»®cau*e he haa l*e# n run mug tor office practically «ve/> year) alnce l#o<. and ha I* entoied to le known aa tha Prince of Oi« Political I ncurabtes. "Aa a twit of Dr Brown's slncer- Ity, It la interesting to compare tha •peechea he an* making In Illy with the speeches ha la making now "ftUitrmvnta Ilka the last are mada for the purpose of attractli i: the vote of Ug bualneaa, the vote of tha t'ntiin league Whet ta .nore, Dr Drown will Rrt tha vote of tha I'nlon kague In thta election. "That la ona reason why thera haa been a *teady awing of labor votea to the Uixlon color* dnrtrg the la*t four or five daya That ta ona rm *<>n why men who have torn* tint brunt of tnttla fur labor*a rights for yaara paat. men Ilka ittlly Short. and women like Alk» Ixird. are down tha tin* for lanilon today. "I tell you that tha aooner the T'nlon league (on not of existence the better It will r*> for the State of Washington I aay amash tha I'nlon kafue. Smash It ao complste ly that It will never dare to meddle In the polltlca of thta tommiinlty again. The only way to smash It effectively ta to vota lor lUn landun for mayor. mil THK TI'UP festival to be held at Helllngham. Waah . May 4 to •. tha Great Northern railway haa announced a one-end-one half re duction In farea. Tickets are good for raturn thru May t. The ratea apply between Portland, Vancouver, It. C., and Skykomiah, Waah. n vn.ii. Roivinn f«. r or»m villa 1). Phllllpa, Is, who illel KrV day at Providence hospital. were to be held at S p. m Monday at Uoo ney-Wataon'a. 'Bill' Short Hits Hard for Landon William M. Short "I am MUpportinif Dan Tendon, not a* a rcprpnefitatlvt of labor, but Um h citizen nf oMttl«, b'w au«« hla record ha« |»rov«*il hlrn a true frt«*nrl of labor, and a oourag«'oua fiKl»'*T for the* common good "To ask support, and obtain It, for a period of 12 years, and then forget it when youra In turn I* needed, would he Ingialltudo of the haseat order. "The banker*, who nre oppoeln* hkm now, will *»'t Ju*t aa niuarc r deal, If he la ebrted, a«i If they had mipporled lilrn; but they will t no apeclal conaiderat ion not accorded our humbleat citizen. "My conacienoe compel* me to vot#» for Dan l#andon. lie will make a 100 per cent mayor- for all the people."- William M. Hhori, prealdent of the Htate I'Yd eratlori of I^tbor. THE SEATTLE STAR WHO'S WHO AT POLLS TUESDAY Here's What You'll Have to Vote on Tomorrow Tomorrow tba Aft,73l rffllatar#d * votara of Kanttla will |0 to tha polla to a|#H't a mayor and thra* rlty «*otin rilman, n rHv i-omptrollat. rlty traaa I urar. two irh<H)| diractora nnd a port t-ominlMarlonrr, Tba Mrb kaon tbraa ««ant carfara mraaura and aav«-r:«l otbaf propoal I tlon* «* p 11... dp| >. whfif hi Ttiftfltaf *t<Mlay will Mpi>aiir on tba ballot. Tha |milln o|M4«i at I tt. tn. and cloaa at I p in Am In tba iirlmartaa. vot ing nmrhlnaa will bo In uaa in avery prri'lnrt. ('andid.itrn ara aa follow*: For mayor Hanator lu»nl«*l I«an don and Or. K J llrown ior «-if % «mini II Ml I llanry 1 i i* a Mia Kntbt yn Mlrm 1« Wtl liam lllrkman Moor a. T Hurry liol ton, K, I*. Illalna and K It. Cow, l or rlty nimttlrtilltr Harry W. Carroll <unop|«o«rd) For rlty trtanurtr Kd 1-. Terry <Unop|MMMNtl. For arhool director (thraa yaar trrmt 1»• mi Km Kb# Itm r. I n «' W Shllplr-. |U C C Tiffin l.'lir \ Nir '■Mil. I I i < I:• i -it. W. It. A Urn and Oaortfa II ftavalla For |a»rt tttinnilMlciit' r <lwrp F. ( CotUrtt! Clm rk Ntttltton Wiltif f Wood. W C. Ktan, It, K. Dowtila and Jullua G. Day. HERE'S MORE ABOUT PROPOSITIONS STARTS ON PAGE ONE nnw parformad by tha M ••• depart iii. nl of pul'lk- work* The |>rlncl|»al work of |)n <l«tuirtlin-nl of public utllltlaa at the praeent ttm» t* taat liik walrfita ami nn uaurra. »<a»lim lhut lexical) and for rent iur ranula lion* nre olMrvtd. not actuating complalnta ajrnlnat the rarloua pri vate utility rorporatlona. <wh u the ■mm mid telephone compalllaa. I'llllltlHKll I IIAItTKH IMKMMMI SI I Ttila amendment proyldea for the rrmtlun of a aeperate and dietinct dtiwrliti'Dt of tranaportatun. »l|lcli ahall have the esrlitalve manure m'nl, auparv talon an t control of th« municipal railway ayatcnv It aim provlitoa for the appointment of a MqittteifsdMt of irjimportiiiiiTi. who will have full power* to tuo Uia rail wny 1-1(1 ifttsl (KIN Thla la the eo-c ailed Krhkann bill. Votvr* ahotokl prmffmtifr that there ia no mantion mail* on the uo"ot con ■ earning a I-cent car far* Tha In- I illative meaeure prrn ulm tliat tha ' municipal railway be maintained and operated out of avneral imVlMi Tha maaaure la too wall known to naad any elataM-atlon. punn within "ii j Thl* Initiative j«etltlon woukl turn over all tha dutlee of lha rlty pound maatar to lha Kin* County Humana jaoclely. Tha aorlaty. If fialr Irtll la ! peaae«l. would catch ml doja and rata within tha city limit* not having a • Ity Itranaa. Impound them and only releaae tknn to lha owner wlian tha 1 lattar a how ad that ha lull a K(uUr j Jlcenee PKOItHITION "C" Thl* propoeltlon. If paaard. maana tha ronat ruction of a luidii ovar lh» lak« Waahlngton canal—tha Mont InkeHtadlutn hrldw. Tha bl'l pro vide# ili.it tha rlty ahall la«u» 000 general lionda to pay for tha pro >ect Ita.*"!-* of tlje mea«ure declare thai It will give Ihotiaanda of paopl* an eaay method to get to tha I'nlver alty of Waahlngton atndlum and re llava traffic on tha 10th ava bridge, now reaching Ita limit of c«>n«ceUon CAR QUESTION UP IN SPOKANE | HPOKANK. M»y 1 This city will decide Turafhjr whether «lrwl car* or motor Uuum will serve It In the future. | The question mmn wp In the 'form of an amendment lo the city charter modifying the requirement* which the pree-nt charter mak<« of ]the (wo existing traction companies In the wny of street reiutln, paving coats and bridge lighting If the amenilment lueses. Ihe city council will grant a franchise to a new corporation to he called the Mpokan* Transportation comiHtny. combining the present Washington Water Power comiiany's railway di vision with the Hpokune City Hall ;waya company system. This cojnpany agrees to a si* cent tliket fare (-.even cents cash! for a period of three years, anil the city agree* to har Jitney competition after the end of December. The car fare now Is eight cents, having l>cen raised from si* cents last June. Hlnce then 65 Jitneys have been In operation, culling street car travel so much that the csr companies finally agreed (o consolidate and cut jfhe fares to the former figure. If the charter amendment I* de 'fcMted. Ihe city council has agreed to take thla as sn Indication that the 'city wsnl* motor liusees Instead of street cars A permanent motor bus. system will then be nrgiinlxcd. In which event the K (' R. Is e*pecleil 'lo remove Its tracks and discontinue street car service, while Ihe W W. P. probably will c|o«e down Its lines as fast as e*lsllng franchise* expire Motor bus lrnns|>orliitlon Is said lo have renched n higher degree of effl. rlency here than In other American cities that have tried It, despite the fact there has been no certainty that Jitney* would remain permnnent. The only other question before Spokane voter* Is Ihe election of two school hoard members from u. field of seven. • • • Nation Will Watch Indiana's Election INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. Mny 1 Indiana will «o to the polls tomor row to rendfr ll* verdict on IVeal dent Harding'* administration. The nutlim will watch while the llooaler voter* on the Fre«l dent'* pollrle* The vote will be taken In the *ena torlal and con(jr*H*lonal primary elec tlon In which Senator Harry H. New. 0110 of Hardin*** rho*en friend*. la ■eeklnic renomlnatlon analn*t Albert .1 Heverld*e, former »enaior and p<> lllleal leader. Bach one of the 13 republican representative* In eon kick* from Indiana are ulau seeking return to Washington. Elect Landon, Plea of Nathan Eckstein Nat tutn Eckataln, formar mambar of (hn a< bool Inmnl, and l»ad«*r In etvta Improvamani affalia, today urg*»d man and watnan votara to think aanaly and rant tbHr ballot* for l»»n landon for mayor, "I bava wat« bed Henator In tha laalalatuia mid In bUNinaaa bara for yaara," aald K< kataln "lla FREDERICK & NELSON wnsmm snas rt 140 New I \<r— 3' r Cloth and Silk Dresses \ xr : I -•' T/ 1 k/\ J*'w J\ In a Remarkable Offering, Tuesday: ! wf\ $9.85 "ts-" kU 1 . \IHIITE OXFORDS AS!) yjg i' /) \ Satin-faced Cantons Taffetas vv twitbap roim na I \ J '( I ! * t, ' r wlth f,n * | \ I fwr i white cloth upper*, welt «ol«a 1 V 1 j ( I J Vw OOL Lrepes and co\ered miliary he« In, r\vm I ■ j ' I Sto t, width" AA to D, are low- I* Poiret Twills Tricotines m«4«n.»s //R n! Wide sleeves of bright contrasting crepe, White Kid Low I c ' re r '' 3^()n sas^es » embroidery and loose Shoes } $6.50 (4 I%*+;, j I )anc ' ls are VeI T effective trimmings for womek-s white "kid f I -tl, these Frocks. twostrap j, v |T PUMPS, witli w*lt «»!«• and J milltsry hwli, nlxen 2 to *. and JI p ii Choice of Brown, Navy, Black; also, Old- Je so wD ' prlc,<l at \ blue and Apricot. Sizes for women and a A misses. Ji i V v White Canvas Iff. 11l \\ \\ Special, Tuesday, at $9.85. Shoes Cf . B\ —IUL, DOWNSTAIRS STORE _ . J[ V> $4.00 Pair f ™ WOMEN'S WHITE CASTAS \ . OXFORDS AND ONF. STRAP \\ | I i J PI'MPH, with whit* riftolln /' and military h**l, »tie» i to J. ______Aa ' a>' y.'[ wldtha Ato D, priced at |4.00 IP" j L° w sh° e s 1 d a- Reduced to $2.95 f-\ \A r piIERE are IC.O paJra of th«a* I jliiVl \V / f A-sJ ! V Shoes in Black and <Lj; | J ©\ , '* Brown Kid. In a brok«n Una of 8 **/ h I \mk /VI vl \ ■ ViS® atylea and but including / V 4. -. Lti\ * / 'i I \ a »lw» from !H to i. Reduced to A l A \ a- 'AS vr. n/rri I>W ihtf s/aA *- i'lw i L_4' I l ill I'rfpn Chamoisetie I I **• '! » £/ /y MFn Gloves, 50c / I I Il\ JI I fT 1 S ll til ll\ 1 TTO'Of'I'AHP CHAMOISETTB U 'I I j jl\ W 1/ V 1 n » I V 1 It OWVES w,th Mlf-embroW. 1 I (;/ / //J /. /I II till * red I" "hadea of T^in. 1 _.V m / J II IA 'I if Rrown, Gray, Chamois and t 'N v > 1 r ] i Black, nixes 6. 7 and 8, priced ' / yS-\. wiTfr •' s °* p"lr . // IJr » —THE DOWNSTAIRS Nt Vj /J STonfc: 36-inch Silk Ratine I I ] Special 89C Yard CPORTS SUITS, Caix>s, Skirts and Jumper ij Frocks may be provided at considerable sav- X^r ing from this offering of Silk Ratine. j One of the most popular weaves of the season, in dull finish, offering choice of Featured Bed VOIUC Palm Beach Sand Bluebird Bermuda White ' W R«* <>rch,d E e ,p. $6.00 Thirty-si* inche, » idc-»pcciai 80< yard. SPECIALLY - DESIGNED Low-post Bod for T pord, or .summer cam,, as pictured. other trimming*. „nn«*,i on »r'winkie. uray. In single size, very substantially constructed and krounds of Cann'a, N»v y and imi u hu« s'a.'4s" >"rd"" " finished in gray enamel, at 96-00. Periwinkle S2.RO yam. tn WELL-BUILT SPRINGS of link fabric type, to tt inch TAFFKTAB, sort and ROO< i quality for imK»'rie, fit alx>ve described Bed; a featured value at $-1.50. «""" ajST FELTED COTTON MATTRESS to fit, covered pearot-k, ivory, ceris*.' ».e,, *'>£, fancy ticking and made with roll edge; a fea iia, Coral. Lavender, Mais, Af- Tsn. Navy, Ja(>an blue— tUl'ed \illUC at rlcan brown, Burnt orange. |l.2t> yard. —THE DOWNSTAIRS STORE Tan, Nlle rreen and Bllvor- _ TH E DOWNSTAIRS tl.au yard. STORE tt >—v t t 042-piece Dinner Opportunity to set, $7.95 Save on Low-priced T'EmiSM™ Bedding Items ner Service is in an PILLOW CASES FEATHER PILLOWS open stock pattern so AT 25c EACH AT $1.35 EACH that new and e\t a _ of Rood qua n ty p mow —wen filled with seiertod. pieces may I>6 added aw mtislln, neatly finished, lizs clean feathers are these low any time. 42*3t> Inchea. priced Pillows, which are The 4°-nioce Set covered with strong ticking «7 €»-, " ' BED SHEETS tn f,nc y « tr| p« pattern; sia* —THK DOWNSTAIRS AT ?1.35 EACH 2U::, • aTU,U: -full b.eached, aeomleas, FULL-SIZE COMFORT din-able and free from ABLES AT 52.85 EACH New Silver-deposit Glassware \ tore hamming). foitables ""filli'd' with 1 50c and 95c bedspreads ZT.uk^mrT'derrS AT $1.85 EACH plain -color silkoline. BUD VASES, Candlesticks . 11 (f I —aervlceable, aummer- p. Atr» ("TITTHV Olive or Hon Bon Dishes, J /-l weight spreads, in crochet avi-i'tc and Salts nnd Peppers, with f w,avc ' Ml " 74184 lnihes - at sSrk PAIR tasteful applied silver-motif, M BEDSPREADS -or weight and mado each. ... J I fX V AT $2.35 EACH trow m ' ler,,,<l '» Marmalade Jars, m the I -whit* B.,i,„re,uia, «« x m .! >lu ' < ! paU "" us - B|M ssirrie ware, are priced Ct 1' |! Inches. In crochet weave and x Tin: DOWNSTAIRS }»!><*. Maiwlllts patterns. STOIIK —THE DOWNSTAIRS STORK ' 100 Meet Death in Explosion in Mine BWIfAltKftT, IttitintMin. Mm v I.— Tba bodlM of 50 vl«*flrriM waia rhar rad and toother 60 blown to pl#r«*n tn n '1 ranaylvanl* mlna axploalon Sunday. In honaat, a fo# of wiiata and irraft. and prograaalva In it aobrr, «onaarva tlv* way. To ina tbara In only ona < and Ida t* In thla rara |>an l«andon." General McAndrews Dies in Washington WAfIHINOTON, May 1. MaJ. Can. JumaN M« And raw a, rhlaf of Mtaff of tba A. K. K. during tba Amarban |>artl< Ipatlon In tba world war, dl*d at tba Walter Itald boa pltal hara laat nlglit fi'»m naroanln* of iha art art ea arid valvular b'*rt trotibla. Ha wua yaara old. PACE 7 Asks Increase of Navy Appropriation WAftIffNOTON, May I,—Hacr*. fury of tha Navy Dtnbjr today u*k*"\ tha *»nat* appropriation* commtttaa to Incraaaa tha n«vy appropriation Mil for 1923 \»y 92*.1tt.00#. J>*nbjr •aid tha IncrcAM would ba *«**nti»l to tha proper conduct of a navy of M.OOO man.