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JTT There are other pots of gold besides the one at the rainbow's end
Til There's one for you to share —literally! Read about it in Star Monday *3l WEATHER ■ ■■■■ T»x.f»M and n ia; ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ modrrnle ■ I ■ I ■ rtvinHt 4|||l FORECAST ) VOLUME 84. NO. 186. TURKS START ATTACK City Payroll Is Stolen! Homo BievT k (ireellnp. folk*! Staying up night with the kid* and stay- King up all night with the boya ■Wt la* entirely different thing*. Bn'tmen Kab Bank *— Headline fn —that's not news to a mar ■w man! Wa a a P Mlsa Minnie Strong has auclded at Santa Ana. Cat . because her edl torl.il writings wera rejected. This Is a habit that should ba encouraged see HI'KRAH FOR DOSIICIUmifIS: "THo the peak of ho*pllallsa tian may bare passed, Ihrre la • growth In dnmUlixaHon." —Pre»l- drnt Harding In the bonti* veto. e a a She rat led him a baby. r>« trarrfed 'round thi» world Trx Ikousaad ml lt* or store. But whisker* on « fcofcy* face ft* merer teen before. see Two wlTea. polygamy; one wife. Monotony __ a a a.. Portland la going to have a music- This, however, will not affect sax® fhona player*. a a a We're In favor of a Mualc weak. Vben all tenors wilt ba slaughtered, e e e •Sweat Adeline. Say Tou'll Ba Ifln " Is a good example of the first Mule weak. a e * DEKP STI FF When the flapper* all get la wearing long »klrt« it will be al Ikanat impossible to recognise our *»Hend*. ea e , U> Oca Gee aay* that the first wedding anniversary la the Ivory an niversary. So are all the others, see Muttaphz K'mal l« taking hi* »"! dJer* Into the neutral lone of the Dardanelles. He'd better be careful or Lloyd George will sue out a writ •f prejudice. e a e Now that Malcolm Douglas has Wade the affidavit of prejudice popu lar. Seattle bootlegger* are prepared to serve out similar writs against the prohibition agents • • • TODAY'S DEFINITION The meanest man In the world la the gink who borrow* a chew af tobacco from yon and then ■pits on your *hoea. a a e If Km* Conatantina really lose* hi* throne be can always make a good living In America by *hlning •hoe*. The beauty of living in an apart ment with an automatic elevator la that they can alway* put your hus bend In the elevator and *end htm up to you witho.it the formality of JpVgglng him in. Je * * H*a It h hint: W It o t * n w#ddlnf a • Mould not »* r»l«- I rst.d with wood alcohol. • • • Now that Pendleton ha* had Ita Roundup, why doean't Chief B«r --•ryns? e • e % —— —-X IJ'L OKK f» BK, TH" OFFICK I VAMP, HK7.: One good thing aboot long skirts I* that the burleMine mag nate, will find their buslnc** I picking up. K * 0 0 0 And Walter Metienbaum want* to know how bowling can be a hlgh clae* game when It U played In ■ n alley. • • • IIARK FROM THE GRAVK! Katty Arhtirkln *ay* he I* suffering from Hay* fever. • • e Cash registers are probably not of much use In Runnla. The Quicker method I* to use a hay baler, • • • The hunting season open* Sun day snd newspaper* ara dragging •lit the old headline, "Hunter Killed by Mistake." e e • Jh 8 \ WAI.I. MOTTO Say It with brake# —and save | ! your flower*. I u— - ~m NO TIME TO QUIBBLE ON CHEST FUND 50,000 Pledges Are Needed to Make City's Big Effort Successful Mora than Jt.Oflo citlteni pledged MM 000 for tha Community Cheat last yrar to keep It In operation nine months and M.WO pledges ara n««d«d to |l*c tha fund 1'M.141 required for the 13 months dating from Dec 1. 1121. said Hev J llalph Map', pastor of tha W«t Methodist Kptecopal church. ad dressing tha volunlw? workers so liciting funds for the cheat at the noon meeting Friday, Dr. Malt' aald today is no time to qulbbla about this or that char ity, or to credit many ridiculous, unfounded re porta. "SealtWs job U to *ee thai there la sufficient menry forth renln( to feed the hungry. rare for the alch. succor the unfor tunate and to carry on the «rat fara work, which rehabilitates depending arwl torn* them from dependent* on •oriely Into healthy. *eil-supporting men I and women." he said. "Many people are not certain how i much they ehould give to the chest, j Today 1 learned that one group of I day laborers had given a day'* wage. Another group of manual workers gave IS They figured out that It was the least they could give because that ta only It cent* I a year for each of the tl chanties and welfare groups to receive all their funds from the chest. "Ortainly no one should hesitate at giving I per cent of hla aalary If ha keep* » per cent for blmaelf. Ite causa the Community Chest has <-ut out the waste and gtvea businesslike direction to our charities, this city's donations to the needy, sick and un fortunate ara much less than former I ly, when anyone could put on a drive [ for anything any time he wanted to If Seattle ta to raise this fun<l. the | follow In*. It In carefully e*tlmate»l. | must be the minimum which should ! be (Ivan I 1.200 1 % 111 up 3.490 1 % up 14 Op 1,(00 ........ I'j'A "p It up (.004 ........ 1 % up 100 up 7.(00 t % Up IK up 10.000 ( % up 500 up "Theae sum* are the l«a*t you can give and do your duty to those lea* fortunate." Dr. Mi|ti Mid the community fund plan la attempting to restore the old spirit of charity, plua today'! i aplrlt of restoring the unfortunate to the aelf supporting rlaaa. 'Today tha only direct charity the I average citizen encounter* t* the i beggar on tha atreet," he said. "Oiv j Ins pure charity doesn't help to re | atora tha reclplenta a bit to regain their Independence. It Juat rellevea preaent suffering Tha Community Cheat give* aid plua trained service. (Turn to Page », Column 8) READY TO TRY NO-STOP FLY HAN DIKOO. Cal„ Sept. 2t.~Pr»f> » ration* are being made at Rockwell field today for the rum *top flight be tween San Diego snd New York to be attempted by Lieut*. John Mac- Ready and Oakley Kelly, The giant Fokker monoplane In which the flight will be attempted wa* recently turned over to a *pec|al ■quad of mechanics for a complete overhauling. With the Installation of a new 400-hor*epower motor thl* work I* now complete. Teat flights will be made today. The flight I* expected to take place some time next week. Severyns Leads "Ax Crew" on Wrecking Tour Police Chief W. B. Heveryn* threw official dignity to the wind* Thurs day night, seized an axe and person ally led n raid on two alleged liootleg Joints that resulted In their partial demolition and the arrvst of two men. H« veryns l-'rlday announced the Inauguration of a crusade of "fright fulness" against th" vice Interest*, with the statement that "local hoot leggers have dvfled our Jmwer to close them down No one can laugh The paper with a 15,000 daily circulation lead over its nearest competitor Hie Seattle Star lU<n4 aa mill CUM Malta* Mar t. IMt, U 111 N«>mri u •hHIil Waak. irtu tha Ail ml C»a«i«aa Mual I, UTS. Rtf T ami. kr MkU. II to M THIS CITY OFFICIAL ACTUALLY BELIEVES IN CUTTING EXPENSE Announcing a reduction of uo* per cent—ln the original M«l of hie department, an<l a thinning »f the i»r««nn»l by eight employe*. Uobert 1., Proctor, superintendent of bulk! Initi ilwliirwt Frlitaf that Ih# ■trtrtnrt economy will be #nfort»d thruout hla term llud get* in all departments ere In varloua atAges of preparation, and substantial poring* of orlg Ifuil MtlmatM arv expected. May or Ilrown said FrMny. Kvery effort. the mayor aald. lo hold down tha tax levy will ba made. and If any tn<-rrn»e la nereaeary II will ba negligible, If all department* of city govern ment co-operate toward that and. aa expected. MUTTS READY FOR JUMP-OFF Rain Cannot Halt Huge Parade on Saturday By Wanda Ton Kettler | course. *r* all prepared. Whisperings I about the parade have been reach ' Ing thalr shaggy ear* for 'moat one I week now They ar« pawing tha air 1 In anticipation. We nur«elve* have numerous i Ihlnga over which to be plenoed piratly. we, who ara at thl* end of the game, nre delighted with the aplr lt of numerou* 10-year-old* who have mm* to u*. *a> Ing nomethlng to thl* 'fleet. "Tha p'rada won't be called off, will It—Juat banuae It might i look a JittJe bit Ilka rain?" Hay we to Ihrm and to all nth er», "Cioodne**. na! In the raa* of rain, we *l»all olmply h"M an umbrella parade—a* we planned to do la*t year when the weather threatened." Cartainiy. no mere rainfall can dnmpan our plan*, for wa are young *ter* and mutt dog* of the Weat. who »fre u*ad to Weatern drlsxlna. Only a real downpour could po**lbly alter thoa* plan*. Among development* of the paat 24 hour* are the following' Ftrat: The announcement made by the Columbia theater management that on Tueaday afternoon a *peclal performance of "Radio Hound," a picture featuring "Brownie," the Century Comedy pup. will be held from S until (10 p. m. Youngster* participating In the parade will be honor gue*t*. and will be admitted free for nothing. (Brownie I* the pup who** picture I* a' the top of the column. Two prlxe* ara being of fered for the pup* In the parade that mint resemble him.) He, ond: The entry of the achool re*erve corp* in the p*rade rank* Hector Mai-Kay, who goe* to th* Warren Avenue achool. and who not *o long ago organised the reserve*, came up to our office yesterday and actually "asked" If about 10 of hi* number could Join th* reet on Satur day. lie explained that til* organlxa llon wii« a *ort of preparatory for the Boy Scout* and that It «tood for clean rlll»*n*hlp. He declared the boy*, "If allowed to come," would l>e 111 the parade In (Turn to Page 9, Column 4 at the police department and get away with It. We'll uae the nxe on every one If nwvssary, and we'll see then If they can *tand the pre**ure." George Thomas, operator of the "soft" drink place wrecked by Hev eryns, has brvn arrested three times In two weeks, Heveryn* declared, and each time hud hardly posted liall lie fore he was l>ack behind hi* bar. "The bootlegger* *re moirey mad!" Heveryn* declared. "A fine ha* no ef fact on tliem whatsoever. But the ROBBERS GET $76,000 CASH IN VANCOUVER Armed Men in Auto Hold Up Two Officials and Take Money VANCOUVER, 11. C, Sept. ». —The koMnl daylight rot*«ery In the rHy'» history occurred thla morning ahortly after !• o'clock when Hoberl Armstrong and F. I*. Hrhooiey were rahbetl of Ihe rlly pa) rati amounting ta 111- Ml by three tnaeked, armed men. Tha official* followed the uaual practice, going to tha hank by auto aod returning on a atraat car. They alighted a few etapa from tha city hall entranr*. Aa they moved down render etreet. a HU'i aon our came up suddenly behind "Drop that bag!" ona of a trio yelled and leaped from the oar. Armstrong. wrth tba practoua aaUhal. inad« for tha rlty hall door. The niMen fired threa ehots tnt® tha ground than surrounded Arm at rang. Ona of them Knocked tilm down with a blow to the Jew and seised the hag. In a few seconds the robbers ware on tbelr way with tha money. OPAT w* reed Just about the ► whole paper In whleh to dlsense It. We hare that much to say further In regard to the Annual Commu nity Fund - Se at tie Star Mutt dog-pet animal youngster pa rade scheduled for Saturday morning. Our animal*, by this time, of GIRL, BEATEN, IN WOODS 10 DAYS Clothing Removed; Log Chain Used OTTTMWA, la.. Bept After llvin* 10 day* In th* wood*. In* on what food could I* found. Ju*- tlc* Jones. ». *e*kln* haven from th* tll«iH brutality of an aunt, finally found her way to authorttlea, who arc investigate* the nw». Tha tfrl ran away from the horn* of Mr*. Dan Alrdance. of Klrkrllle. la., h«r aunt. Charg-ea that the (tlrl had bwn brutally beaten with a lo* chain after her rlothlnc had been removed, and that sh* waa tied up by a rope placed around her throat, will tie brought up before the Juvenile court, authorl tie* aald. Mark* on the girl'* body are aald to Indlcata ah* waa brutally treated. The Ctrl'* father I* dead, whlla her mother la *ald to be In tha at at a re formatory at Rockwall City, la MAN, 113, HAS HAPPY PARTY RAN MATfcO. Cal„ Kept. St.— Jacinto Florla waa ** happy a* a kid today ov*r th* aucce** of hi* lljth birthday party, which took place at the Kan Mateo county hoaptUl yea terd*y. Hoapltal authorltlea aald there la little doubt a* to Florta helnir aged lit. The party waa arranged by the hoapltal aupertntendent. "I'm fi-ellng fine," Klorla told hla rueata. "excepting the old wound In my leg aoema to hurt a little gu<*as rh«um*tlam rentera there." He auatalned the wound In a aklrmlah In Mexico In I*ls. Handbrake Breaks Motorman's Arm While cranking: the handbrake on a Jefferaon afreet car Thuraday night. Motorman M. C. I'eaae, I*. of 2*19 E. Valley at. let the handle allp. It atru'k him. breaking hla arm Penae la at the Provident* hoa pltal. •la will bring reaulta." After wrecking th>e place at tl(2 ./HI liaon at., operated by A. M. Hugo, >2, Heveryna then led hla party to a houaelioat on Union, owned by H former polheman. When the owner of the plac« uw Heveryn* wiivlng a search warrant, he ruahed to hla kitchen and dropped four lait tlea of Hootch whisky thru a trap Into the lake. Heveryna aald, ef fectually ridding hlmaelf of lncrlmln atlug evidence. SKATTLE. WASH., FRIDAY, SFPTEMBER 29, 1922 C.G.Austin, Becomes in Close Still young at the n*« of ?« plus. Ju'!»a C. U. Aualtn li preparing to rrnumt the bench after an absence of 21 yeara. Ilia nomination aa Juetlce of tba pear* In the Seattle precinct nam* after ona of the dmril contMla In tha republican pHmartea. Ha won over Judg* 3. W. Hoar by 1* vote* l At first larllned to contest the elec tion, Ji»lg« Hoar. who. on the flrrt count ha 4 apparently won by UO votes, Thursday conceded bla oppon ent'* victory. Judge Auat en en a member of tba flret and awnwl atate aenataa In Washington Ha waa Inatrumantal In moving tfie t'nlverslty of Waah lngton to Ita present location, and he ahlpped the flrat wheat and flour from thla atata. He haa served four year* on the bench before, two as municipal Judge and two aa Justice of the peace. Thla was from IMJ to !>•!. "Now you'll h*v» lo riruw me." h* I old hi* Interviewer. rising to leave. I'm on my w*y to a w«Mlni MRS. STILIMtN WINS DIVORCE No Proof She and Indian Lover Guilty POI'OHKKKPWK. V Y.. Sept. 19.—Mr*. .Htlllman win*. Ilelfrff Daniel J. tileaaon. In an opinion mad* public today, deckled In her favor tn the di vorce titll bronchi by James A. Ml 111 man. mlHtatflre and former president of twe National City bank The refer** recommended th*t Htlllman be refused * divorce. Ho ruled that Itaby Ouy Htlllman, cen tral flsrure In the famous cue, la actually tha legitimate aon of Mr. and Mr*, KUllmun and therefor* <rn titled to ahare in th* vaat fortunes of the family. Tha contention that Kred Ileauval*. Indian rulde, la father of Ouy. I* rejected aa not proven. Gleaaon'a opinion 1* Niat Mri. Htlllmnn liaa provnn her counter chare that Btlllman wan Intimate with Florence Hel«>n that ha maintain".! her na his wife. and that they had two children. However, no divorce la granted to Mr*. Htlllnian a* aho did not apply for actual wpa rat lon. Oleaaon'a r«commcn.)tttlona will go before Hupreme Court Juatlce Mor arhauaer at Poughkeepale and he will Iw. required either to confirm or re ject them. Htlllmnn* attorneya prol*bly will f|l« objoctlona to hla confirmation, however, and will alao appeal the i a*e. which will lead to a further legal fight. Following ta the text of the dad ■Ion: "Hupreme Court, Putnam County— "Jainea A. Btlllman. plaintiff, va. Anne U. Btlllman and Ouy Btlllman, defendant*. "Thla la an action for divorce, brought by the plaintiff ngalnat the defendant, Anno U. Btlllman. praying that the marriage between the plain tiff and aald defendant be dlaaolved because of the adultery of the de fendant. and aa a part of the afflr (native relief naked by tlx plaintiff, the plaintiff pray a that It be ad. Judged that, th« Infant defendant Ouy Btlllman, be declared to be Il legitimate and not the child ot the plaintiff, but the child of one Fred erick Iteauvalg. "The defendant. Anne U. Btlllman, denlca tlie charge of adultery aet forth In the complaint, and a* an af (Turii to Page 9, Column 4 SURPRISE RAID MADE; MOSLEMS CROSS DEADLINE British Send Second Command for Kemal to Withdraw Troops From Neutral Zone; Parley Promised ATHENS, Sept. 29.—A party of armed Turks recruited in Con stantinople attempted a surprise attack- in the neutral zone in the region of Stranza, near Chatalja, but were dispersed with some casualties, according to reports received here today. This refers to the neutral zone on the European side, northwest of Constan tinople, and it is presumed that the Turks clashed with the Greeks. LONDON, Sept 29.—The British government today in structed Gen. Harrington at Constantinople to demand im mediate withdrawal of Turkish troops from the neutral rone. The government assured Harrington he would have its complete support in demanding the withdrawal He was authorixed to decide whether to impose a time limit This official announcement was made following the re ceipt of information from Gen. Harrington that Kemal had promised to cease his advance in the tone. The leader of the Turkish nationalists, in his communica tion to Gen. Harrington also agreed to meet the British com mander-in-chief in a conference to be held aoon, probably Monday. KEMAL'S REPLY IS tfHANDED EVASIVE It was unofficially stated that the government had re ceived Kemal's reply to the original ultimatum and regarded it as unsatisfactory and evasive. It was pointed out that Kemal's promise to cease advancing meant nothing, as it was impossible for his troops to advance further without penetrating the British barbed wire or marching into the sea. The government's instructions to Gen. Harrington followed receipt of information that the Turks are pouring into the rone in large numbers and had entirely occupied the area with the exception of a 16-mile radius around the town of Chanak. The instructions came to Harrington after the morning meeting of the cabinet, at which the ministers were advised of reports that the Kemalists were in actual contact with the British wired defenses and that at some points they had reached the shores of the Dardanelles. The British commanders are most patient, it was pointed out, but it was agreed that further encroachments would jeopardize the military position and cannot be allowed to continue. This is the second ultimatum that has been served on Kemal. The first was handed to him by the allied admirals in the Near East and it was demanded that he evacuate the neutral zone within 48 hours. CONTINUES TO SEND TROOPS TO CHANAK Kemal continued to pour his legions into the Chanak region before the entrenched British. Kemal gave an evasive answer to this ultimatum in which he stated that he had no cognizance of the existence of a neutral zone. This answer was described by high British officials as "impertinent." KEMALISTS POUR IN CONSTANTINOPLE, Sept. 29.—The Turkish infantry is in possession of the entire Chanak area, except a semi circle sector 16 miles deep around the town of Chanak, which is held by the entrenched British, it was reported here today. Masses of Kemalist infantry continued to pour into the neutral zone of the straits. The British, entrenched at Chanak, are hemmed in by the legions of Kemalists, who are being reinforced hourly. The Turks have overrun the entire neutral zone on the Asiatic side of the Dardanelles. Kemalists are under instructions to advance to the British outposts, but to avoid a clash. BOTH SIDES ORDERED TO AVOID HOSTILITIES Before the British lines, the Turks march back and forth with arms reversed or with small white flags aloft to assure the British that they have no desire to fight. The British soldiery has been warned by Sir Charles Har rington to do their utmost to avoid open hostilities, pending n conference with Kemal. In some places in the zone, British and Turks mingle freely. British officers declare there is no longer a doubt that the Turks' movements arc directed by Kemal, who has his headquarters in the ruins of Smyrna. The maneuvers are carefully planned. Kemal, in his last note to the allies, claimed the right to cross the neutral zone to pursue the Greeks in spite of the fact that the allies have served him with an ultimatum ordering him out of the area. In some quarters here it was reported that Kemal was on his way from Smyrna to Angora, the seat of the Turk ish government. Franklin Bouillon, the French expert In (Turn to Page |, Column 5} HOME jHT EDITION 4||H TWO CENTS IN SEATTLE U. S. CABINET TALKS CRISIS Balkan Situation Being Disniawtff Warships Going PARIS. Sept. 29.—Franklin Bouil lon. French Near East expert, ar rived at Smyrna for a conference with MustaphA Kemal and both later left for Angora, the seat of the Turkish nationalist government, It was stated here today. Bouillon waa sent by his govern ment to plead with Kemal to respect the neutrality of the straits and to accept the allied peace offer. HOOKAH MARU RUNSAGROUND SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. I#.— Radio advices received here today reported the Japanese steamer Hoo kah Maru ran aground at St. Helens, Ore., during: the night. The vessel. It waa expected, will be floated today. e • • ST. HELENS, Ore., Sept 2»—The Japanese steamer Hookah Maru backed Into n mud bank In a tog while clearing from this port with a cargo of lumber. She struck hard, but Is expected to he floated at high tide. She was undamaged. BI A. L BRADFORD WASHINGTON, Sept. I» Latest information regarding tba critical Near Bast situation was to be placed before President Harding and his cabinet at to day'a session. Advice* received by the «Ut« department early today indicate the situation l> nearing a climax aa the result of the Turkish movement Into the Dardanelles neutral tone in defiance of the allied ultimatum. All developments are being watched closely, but It la Indi cated that no new move will be made by thia government in the Immediate future. Reports to the navy depart ment Indicate that the IS de stroyers and one supply ship or dered to Turkish waters to aid In protecting American Interests may be ordered to leave Norfolk tomorrow night. A record-breaking run serosa the Atlantic and thru the Medi terranean will be attempted. It was reported here. • • • Have You Looked Thru Today's Want Ad Section?