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Tonipht. «»ri; W profetkiy f<lir; mudrral* Trn,prr»(ui> |>ui J4 Hmira Ma&tnium. «3. Minimum. 41 Today noon, H. >. . VOLUME 24. NO. 57. ACCUSE 2 OFFICIALS AT VOTING BOOTHS! J4ome firew L Howdy, folks: This to the first ' lime >ou hate had a chance to gel evrn with • dentist. Ua to it: • s s This la th* U*t day for political tpeevhea tiosh darn it! • • • The bo* score* look ** If the base ball trama were playing bridge. • • • APPROPRIATE "New Week Opens With Bold Bobberies."—Star headline. Quit* suitable for Cleanup week. • * * Warning: Our old friend. Bert Savoy. I* at the Metropolitan with th* "Greenwich VilUg* Kolll**," but don't confuse him with th* Havoy bote!, which baa only IS stories. • * * Dr. C. W. Sharpies, candidal* for th* achool board. 1* not favored by Uttle llomer Hr*w, Jr., who nay* tha fcx-tor had no busineaa to bring hhn into tha world without any clothaa m. e e e DASf.KR.' It wouldn't bw so bad If Dr. E. J. Brown were harked only by the "red*." bat he b *lm» barked by the red lights. ... Doe Brown appeared before the legislature a* th* paid lobbyist of 'Too KM," king of th* tenderloin,- and now th* fat'a In the fire. ... "Herman* Friendly to Dempsey " Headline. Why shouldn't they be friendly? Jack never did anything to them. ... POME ht nonr.u mtrrw. n. When I've hern very, xery pood, A nd pleated sty mammn dear. She let* me go dovmttairi and valet Uy daddy, making brer. ... We*ee think la* nf getting I Htle Raaer the l.tMt thing In tsshlen ItWeetU— •he "ramper flnek " It t. mad. af »ll iw, will eiwtlr fit t Htle Hf»er"i rsMiper pnrket. snd will b.M *b.*l Ibrw gSMI snorts ef milk. ... Another thing about bobbed hair. Ilortense. It'* easier to untangle from a man'* tie pin. * * * About th«r only dlfferenc* between children and ua grownup* la that we weigh more and'aln'l no liappy. . . . J - m [ 1J I. C.EK C.BE, TIP OFFICE \ VMP, HE/: Al th* age of ?0 a girl Is look- ! In" for th" Ideal man; at !-"> for I lh' real man; at M for a man. « M • • • A ralyumltt tat In fcU tri room And freely give teal la hit Ir«. Far he hankered to ling Of po/rlct and tprlng— But a coat of let covered his lyre. ... TTtr morr ttomi -Mr wife hating left my hoarding lilaee I will not t*e responsible fsr her hell raising. H»« Stakes.» skley tU/.t I'rtea. a e e lie that as It may, Victor E. Stork I* a physician In I«o* Angeles. ... DISCRIMINATION We refuse to allow a diseased prune treo to enter the country, but we welcome 60,000 diseased alien* j •very year. e a a Prohibition ham't ma/1* * lot of crook*; It haa merely shown ua who Ihey ar«. • • • Attorney Tom Pace *ay* h# hop#* th* n*xt t+vr month* will a*e fhe In vention of a d*vlr* for running tha i kwn mower by radio, • • • "MAKING Hl* OWN M "W r K*»n, for th« port »*rr,mlMlon, h*« * lath# for mfhanfral in hi* b*ft»rn»nf, whlrh. h* ••v*. tr'ivi'lM for moat of hla racr#aUou."- • « «p«l>or. Ah, yen, tha rr»at )>u«m«nl racraa- Hon! a a • 7 If tail<i'*t irarift Of tnvgu* or prn: Th* auto't broken f)ou?n affair*. TWIN FALUJ. Idaho.—Harry J. T'unlap arreated 1m fatal ahnotlnff of hl« brother.ln law, C. O. Huaaell, 40, during diapula evir (reap*** of cattl* V ote for Landom "The voters today arc not deciding between candidates; they are decid ing between the principles those candidates represent. 1 hope the final count will show they nave voted for honest principles. "I stand now just where I did at the opening of the primary campaign —where I stood 10 years ago, and 20 years ago— and I appeal to every man and woman who Relieves in e<|ual opportunities for ail and square dealing in public office. "I stand for strict economy, strict law enforcement, the five-cent fare, development of the Skagit, autobus transportation for outlying districts and the reduction of taxes. "For 12 years I have served the people of this state; I have never be trayed them, and, so help me God, I never will."—Dan Landon. MILITARISM NOTNOTED ON I CAMPUS "Naughty Ladies!" Says Policeman to Women Out to Stop Parade All Iwraow Vihl Fslksana ! Frrt Bloom, Ml«r known as th# campus rop, waa too mark *1 • irnlkiran to arrrwt a lady, an In- Mplant riot waa nipped In the bud al tha annual R. O. T C. fa llow on tha university campus Tuesday, and six ardent woman ware denied the pieaaaat fat* of martyr*. Th* ardent ladles, under th* capa ble leadership of Mr*. Wl*well Wil son. *nd representing the Woman'* | National Trade t'tyon league, tha Washington state committee for tha reduction of armaments by mutual •freemen!, and the International i Im(u« for reace. had laid plan* to deal militarism a fatal blow by ap pearlng In th* midst of th* review •nd distributing pamphlet* bearing th* following legend: "Col. Raymond RnMn* say*; "War ts the arch murderer of lh* youth of the race maaley assas sin of motherhood and the home. " The people of the world want war outlawed a* a crime They want mJltarial* branded a* super felons among tha criminals of the earth.'" Their plan of campaign w»* to de scend In a body on tha campus, ! throwing out a *moke *creen of clr culars to cover their attack on th* embryo soldier themselves. Once *t close quarters with the IT cadets they planned to enflllade >m with Colonel Robin*' word* and—yea even stick em In the pocket* of tha officer*. Hut ther reckoned without Campus Cop Bloom. They h*rl been able to dlatrlbuta only about IS of tha circular* by the time the venerable guardian of the pe»cn and dignity of the I.' appeared on the acen* "Now. now ladles." he Importuned them wllh hla courtlleat air, "don't be naughty. We're glad to have you out here to watch the hoy* hut you can't distribute those papers," One of the women started to put tip a fight when Bloom, gently but firm ly, relieved her of a handful of pamphlet* But the special police man Is wise In the way* of handling women from many generations of coeds and he positively refused to fight "Naughty, naughty!" waa the only resistance tluit he offered— and even the most ardent of la dim can't hit a man who aay* nothing worse than thai. "l>orrt you want to arrest ua?" one of the raiders pleaded. "No, Indeed." the campus cop **• surer) her. "Why. I wouldn't arrest a lady- riot If I lost my star. No, ma'am; you Just stay here and have a good time irut Ml have to have those circulars." And then, the most unklndest cut of all— "No, ma'am," lie assured one of the crusaders. "No'm; there wasn't any objection to what thery said—l have no doubt they were very nicely gotten up. In fact—but, yon see, there's B rule against circulars on th* cam pus." Mr*. Plumley Begins Serving Life Term Mr*. Kuth Plumley. convicted at I'ort Orchard laat week of the mur iler of her huaband, Hush O. Plum ley, March »», waa apendln* her flrat day of a life aentance In the Walla Walla atata penitentiary Tueaday. Mr*. Plumley waa taken from the King county Jail Monday. The Seattle Star ■BMrM M •■■■■* a— MtMar Mil 4 ItM. M It* PaMtlM >1 Mm Vuk.. ■><« «M At 1 Ollliw Ktnk i. UN, hi Ml, H MaU. HU|I "AGE OF INNOCENCE" 16 DOMINANT NOTE IN NEW STYLES FOR MEN CHICAOO, May An "■ge of Innocence" In meni style* wa* forKut ii the of th* I'nllnl Nation*) clothiers' eonven tlon today. Am«i| the conspiru ou* rihlblt*. which will be tnu.li In demand. were: Th* durable night shirt with a splo.h of r«l tap* at th* throat. In preference to pa>ma*. Hu* ponder*. Hleev* supporter* with blu* and (■ink the favortta color*. Trouaar leg bottoms ruffleas. Hhoe*. B'|uars toad. flat he*l*d. solidly built. Tha only darh of color In th* display* wr» tha linings of th* top coat*. No tnattar how con sarrxMv* th* outald* shad**, th* lining* »»r» of pal* blu*. vtrwll Ho*, beetle pink or brilliant orang* CALIFORNIA ADEN LAND i LAV LOSES Japs Given Right to Buy Land for American - Born Minor Children SAN FRANCISCO. May I.—Own ership of land In California by Japa neae a* guardlana for their minor children, had tha aanrtlon of lh* stats supreme court today. In an opinion handed down In a test esse the amendment to tha Cali fornia ant I alien land law. paaaed two yaara ago. designed to prevent Japa nese buvlng land aa guardlana for Amertcan-born Japaneao children, waa declared unconstitutional. It marked the flr*t Inatance where In a phraae of the anti-Allen land law has been rendered Inoperative by a California court declalon. TWO MOTORISTS LOSE LICENSES Betoch Warrants Issued for Two Others Two Keattle motorists forfeited white driver*' cards and were lamed blue ones and bench warrants were Isaued for two other driver* In police court Tuesday. Raymond Horque was fined $5O In 'addition to losing hla llcetiae. 11. Mokhlxukl waa fined 135 In addition to losing his license. |l. I'. Oldham, accused of racing his autcsnoblle ut 63 miles an hour on K. Marginal way at 2 a m Hunday. forfeited 182 hall, and failed to appear. A bench warrant waa Issued for hltn Another warrant wan served upon W. K. Mar tin, who forfeited 133 ball, and failed to appear on a charge of *peedlng 38 miles an hour. Women May Hear Election Returns The city council chamber will be open Tueaday evening to women who wlah to hear the election returna, It la announced by Robert n. Heaketh, prealdent of the council. The chnm her will accommodate over 200 pco pl«. List of Polling Places on Page 5 Seattle's Favorite Newspaper by 15,000 Plurality SKATTLE. WASH., TUESDAY. MAY 2, 1922. CHARGES ARE BATED BY AUDITOR Brown "Influence" Watched; Heavy Balloting Is Big Poll Feature. ('■■■ plaint* from In ptrHurt HMn ptom lk*l elarliun ofß rlala MM attempting la >«tr i« rM HwJr kllnli for I>r. K. J. Brown ware inveoli l»W today a| Ik* dlrrrlhm of < Mef !•»»•(; t aunty Auditor \V. K. KirU. A mrmWr of (ha ilrrilm •quad In IHo Central publl. It- W*ry «u reported to hin op«n lf adtlaed Ihror moo in "tola for I»or Brown, the bnt man for mayor." A atmllar "iiirw waa ront|tlainod about In prarinrt M, Ballard. Inveatlgatora aent »o each praelnet reported hark that thay found things "running all right" when they ar rived on the arene. Brown worker* were bu»y In many preclncta, It waa reported, apreading fata* propaganda to dlacredit I>an Landon. %Vlth a heary rota being polled thrunut the city, Indication* wera that tha rara for mayor between frown and Undon may ba vary rloae Tear* rime to the eyaa of Dan I .an don. aa ha waa making hla final mund of aprerhe* In nearly • do»en hall* ami rhtinhea last night, when word of tlie la teat lie attributed to the Brown far lion reached hla rara. He wa* Informed hy friend* In Ihe Mad loon park dlatrlrt thai a (too had been put In rlrrnla tion In that locality during Ihe day that he had Inveigled a young girl to ai rwnptnjr him on a dope party. The report reached T.andon aa ha waa entering a church In the north end where a crowd that jammed tho building to the door* awaite<| him. He atrode down the alale bruahlng hla eyea with the bark of a mnaalva hand, mounted tha roatrumand thun dered : "My opponent and the gang of actirrllnua raa.il* ha haa gathered about hlfn have need every mean lla and every low down trlrk known to dirty politic* to defame and beamlrrh me personally." "That'a right, aenator!" ahouted t»h audlenca, cheering and applaud Ing "They have attacked my record In the leglalature, my peraonal appenr ance, and have lied even about my religion," lie declared. "I have stood till* a net of thing for daya. I do mi no longer. I «ay to yon that Mirroiindlrig l»r. K J. Ilrown are 5,00(1 of Ihe moat aoullcaa wrrtrhra thai <>nd ever let live. Blackmailer* and corrupt ImiMa, and worae. "Hero la my proof. I'nknown to me thla week n aocret aervlce agent of tha government came Into my office and for three houra watched Ihoae who came and went. Then ho went to |)r. Brown'a headquarter* and did likewise. "lie aakl, and I liave wline**** who heard him, thai in ill) lie aaw mill talked with clean minded, detent cll-l/en*. Ami lit l»r. Hrown'* headquarter* he met and recognlred well known *»■ liitloiilata, anarihlota und po litical corriiptioiiiat*. many of whom have served loiib term* In prlaon." l<andone partln* message to voter* waa: "Vo<» are not voting for candi date*, hut for the principle* they represent. I hope the count of hallol* will show that the l.otient principle* have won. "I aland today Jliat where I (Turn to l'»fe 7, Column »» JAPAN CABINET IS OVERTHROWN Premier Takahashi and Col leagues Resign BY fUHKMCK Dl BOSK TOKYO, May J The Japaneaa cabinet, headed by Premier Taka ha«hl. resigned today. It waa understood that thla action wan taken for the purpoee of per mitting It* partial reorgnnlcatlon. The Takahaahl cabinet waa formed following the a*Mi**fnation of former I'remler liara. It Included many member* of the liara government and waa pledged to carry out tha pollrtea followed by Hara. It haa been aubject to many attack* In the diet «nd aoon after lt» formation Ita early fall waa predicted. Indication* were that the atidden resignation of the mlnlatry today wa* partially prompted by n dealre to re organise before the oppo*ltlon forced the Hel Vu Kal party, of which Pre mler Takahaahl wna thn leader, out lof control of the government. 3-CENT FARE DEFEAT SEEN Alfred H. I.undln, .-halrman of the cltlaiena' mmml!t»e opposing the Krlcknon street r«r p!an tPropualtlon At thla noon predicted defeat of the measure, "provided 'he full vote la ca*t." I.undln mild: "The Fi'ckaon forr«a bid well or«»ill ze<l end the vote for the meaaure will l>e 100 per rent of whatever support Vherv la In the community for It. Father Racing to See Hi* Sick Son PAI.EHTINE. Te*na. May 2.—liar ry Sinclair, oil multimillionaire, raced aero** the continent with death for th* hedalde of hla m year old aon In New York today. Sinclair, chairman of the Rlnclalr Oil company, paaaed thru here In a special car attached to the crack In ternational * Great Northern train In a dnali from Mexico City, where he received word hla aon Waa 111. Hearst to Run for New York Governor NEW YORK, May 2 William Randolph Heart* will be a candidal* tor the democratic nomination fir governor of New York till* full, ac cording to announcement In the New York World today. The World etory declare* that n formal announcement to thl* effect will be m«de within i few day*, when campaign headquarter* will ba opened In thla city. V©fe for Handles "Our campaign Is over. It has boon strictly a women's campaign to elect a woman to the city council without entangling alliances, to repre sent woman's thought and viewpoint. "It was intended from the outset that this campaign should be only one incident of women's work in the city of Seattle. This seemed the psy chological moment for this particular step. "Our idea was to serve the best interests of the city; not to further the political ambitions of any one woman. "Whether the candidate wins or not, the women are going right on working for better homes, better moral conditions, greater civic and eco nomic responsibility on the part of women, and for anything else that seems essential for the development of Seattle."—Mrs. Henry Landes. SENATE AGREES ON BONUS PLAN 20-Year Certificate Pay ment Provided WASHINGTON, May J. Renata finance rommltlM republican* today tentatively itrffd on a aoldlcr bonus hill. Tl.ey Will aubmit the plan to I'rv*ldent Harding. Am tentatively framed, the plan to a modification of the bill passed by the hou*e. It provide* for paying the honua by meana of 20-year certlflcatea whlrli are to have « loan value of &0 per cent of their face value Immediately. In three yrara thla vulua will in creaae to 10 per cent. In alx year* the certificate* are to Incraaae 24 per cent In value and at that time the loan value will t.n 76 per cent of the new face value. At the end of 10 year* the holder of the certificate can take the money ''ue him either In ruh or In annul tie*. Tha bill Include* tlia vocational training and home and farm nld op tlon* of the bonu* bill. It eliminates the reclamation plan. WOMAN NAMED AS A BIGAMIST On March 4 Mr*. lonln J. Evan*. S5, end her husband, William 8. Evan*, quarreled In their home at 4807 Ferdinand at. Evan* left hl« wlfn and ahe. ac cording to Deputy Prosecuting Attor ney Eugene Meacham, went to Ta eoma, where ahe married Frank I, em bo, allaa Antonio Lamlw, an Ital ian who cannot apeak Engllah. In a complaint filed In justice court Tueaday, Mr*. Kvana la dunged with bigamy. With her newly acquired huaband Mr* Evan*, now Mr*. I.embo, la aaJd to have bought a grocery *tore at 24th *ve. P. and Norman *t., after selling community property In liar former home valued nt tI.XOO, 6-Year Search for Alleged Thief Ends After *lx yenrr ot searching over the entire country, Seattle police ar rested Harry lllltx, 44. owner of the llohemlau kosher restaurant, 1019 Third ave., on a charge of grand lar ceny. Illlta poated $1,500 ball In Jus tice C. C. I>alton'a court. He wa* arrested by Detective* H. M. Harton nnd C. I*. Toma. He I* accused of passing bogu* cliecka In 1916 amount ing to about 11,600, HOME EDITION JUDGE REFUSES TO CONDEMN PRISONER TO LIVE ON SOUP "Judge. I'll admit that I wee drunk, but I don't »«ni« go to JhII," Mid J. I". Montgomery, <3. Tuexk)', when arraigned before Police Judge John B. Gordon. "Have you any reaaon for not w-|»hlng to go to Jail?" asked hlntoner. "Yeaalr, T hare." replied Mont gomery, "1 want to get my false teeth. They're In a g'a>« of water In my room, and they're worth ITS!" "Sentence suspended until the prisoner find* hla teeth." wild the Judge, grinning. "Man must not live on soup alone!" WOULD LIFT BAN ON BEER WASHINGTON, May 1. —Rep re swntatlve Amaorge. New York, re publican. Introduced today two Joint resolutions which would lift the ban from S.TS per cent beer and per mit It* manufacture under govern ment control. A section of one resolution calls for a national referendum this fall on the question of light wlnna and beer, each state exercising its own option. Irish Mutineers Invade Kilkenny DUBLIN, May I.—lrish republican army mutineers Invaded Kilkenny cltv this afternoon. The rebels seized and occupied strategic positions, Including Kilken ny castle, the city hall, the bank of Ireland, the cathedral and the work house. WHEN HK CONFKSSKII that he was unable to pay a taxi bill, Wil liam Murray. 22, was arrested. ADVISORY BALLOT In the opinion of The Star the public interest will be best served by the following vote in the city election: For Mayor—tendon. Councilmeit—Mrs. IJindcs, Bolton and Mrs. Miracle or Moore, Port ( ominlnaloner—t'oltcrill. School Director (three-} ear term)— Sharpies or Burkhelmer. School Director (one-year form)—Taylor. Proposition A (Krlckson measure)— No. Proposition C (Montlake bridge project)— Tea. TWO CENTS IN SEATTLE 1,000 KILLED IN CHINESE BOTTLE Japs Aid Manchurian Army; Turn Rout to Victory SHANGHAI. May >. IMI (ban I .too soldier* of the army ef Om. Wu Pel Ku fell In battle before ("lung Sin Tien yetlrrfcy, according to an official com munique l*»ued by the Wl Pol l-'u headquarters at thochow <•> day. The chief of ataff of the central army declared the encircling mora ment of Wu Tel Fus forcea, eouth> weat of Peking, had been frustrated by the superior artillery fir* of tha Chang Tain I-o forces. Jaixineae gun pointers are anlotlnf the artillerymen of Chang's Man* churlnn army, according to a state* ment from Wu Pel Fu's hesdquaiv ters, and this accounts for the au perlor accuracy of the northern ar tillery. which had turned an apparent victory Into a costly check. Freeh attacks along a long battle front before Chang Sin Tien were launched today. Children Will Not Influence Harding WASHINGTON, May 2.—President Harding will not be Influenced to ward clemency for any of the politi cal prisoner* by picketing or «ny other demonatration by the "children crusaders" now in Washington. it was stated at the Whit* House t»- day. In fact, should these demonstra tions be staged around the Whit* House, the president would be In clined to "leun backwards" on th« question of releasing political prison ers.