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DARING EXPLORERS TO SEEK "MISSING LINK" HUMANS EXPEDITION fill SEARCH SAVAGE LAND Marble Cities of Superman Race Is One Object of Long Journey MY MII.M'N HltOVNt K IIIMKIN No\ A P**nn race with taiK— Ttw ahilni link— MinnliiU litante— t.rvau while marble cltlrw built kmc ago •>> a rarw of *»permei»— The** tn of the wonder* which two >otut£ VumruiUn* are (Olnit to *rrk In th* witda of New |b* iaat *re«l unexplored regum on the earths *urfaee. Xh»> *r* I.uciue O. H Connolly and N*al M.Ncol. who have g«ne on MPMIIIIOM ever nine* childhood But none presented th* feM*ra Of their lat«at exploit. In an eicluaivw interview with X K * m€rtem Connolly totd of their plana "lew persona realt**.'' ho Mid, U~that New Oumro la the largest t» lai»l in the work! outside Auotruliw. j And it la thr on* about which Inul ta known. "TV Iniirnr K»« wt>t been etptxreri II t* thought thai Ihere Jirr mountain* aa hith aa an; in thr workL Haiagr tribe* tiUim rknx- proxlmtlj of the r*»i have v«rliMi« »l»rln hand ed down front father lo »on for ■uni (Mfnlwai about ihr won drr> 4 ihr- inland—abou. he will) laUn. ill- *e>ag* (tan I litanK Hid Ihr iK) bud! of marble "JUii <miu« up liteaa i win la will Ltdn br tb« mor> ruiiunuc aide of fit* <ei|«»dn»"ii Thee la a very ■nrtlrt) IMb- Half th# Inland be tmif to !b» I Witch Tha other half to AoatrHl.i The center portion. H» miles from oast to roaat. haa »e*»T been touched That la whecw W* want to go ~W« propose to map It. to study tt» plant and animal Uf*. to learn aa ranch aa ** out about th* people, I to kinase fold and silver and preokroa **on«e to find out tha ktnda of thMw* that can br profitably crown. , so a* <» add to th* world'* rich an. "One* w* «iart away from th* roaot. w* expert to b* tw f* two yearw and a half. keeping In laorh with Ih* «il<Mr wortd bjr a wir'teaa mtlfil we will carry. danger* of th* trip are not to be discounted. Hut they aril I rnak* th* trip Interesting. Many of th*** peopi* ar* h*ad huntara and rater* of king pic*—•» oth*r word*, cannibal*. Th*n tb*re ar* forests in ! whhHh hue* python a lurk; rt**rs. «r»k» marshes and awarnpa In wtrtch crnrMltln swarm. and th* ma laria mo*tulto "I hop* to lead th* first part of nor *»p*dition th* latt*r pari of So- j vamher. W* will go In our oarti ship to Mll<> point In th* northern con at where w» will **!*bliah our main ba** Th»ra will b* about *Urht m' 'n thin party ThU aom* tlm* In tha wlnl*r Ih* main **p*dltlon in r-harg* of Vfc- N'aal and mv**'f will a*t forth. Wa DM ha v* w»m* of th* nativ* police ore* t*rh«pa about ISI of th*fn— •n form our ruard affalnirt aava«* Irlb*«. -W* want about *1«b» non t*«-hnl cal votunlMrn Th*y mun* b* a aorvir* m»n of rood education, youn* and atronc and unmarried." French Gambler Trims Americans PARI*, NOT. % All Part* la laugh Inar over tha exploit of Andre Ma diase. the Krench gambler. who poeed an a tourist on a Iran*.Atlantic liner an<f won (40.000 from two American "card sharks." Grid Star Plays With Bare Feet CHIPPBNHAM. Kng, No* A football team including Sikdar, an Indian youth who play* barefooted, defeated all other district tejjnu. Pickpocket of 9 in Reformatory RT UOVIS. Mo., Nov 9. Nine year-old Henry M«by WM U-need to reform school for picking pr* ketn. watrh»»« were found on him. ROSES FOR YOUR HOME Fall planting of your roses for next summer should he dona as •oon aa the leaves have fallen from traas and bushes The Btar's W»shlng»on bureau has complied for yo'j from official source* everything you need to know In order to have a beautiful rose Orden. rose hedge, or lawn and border of rosea for next summer. It *<lla wh it spec<aa and varieties to select, all about soil and '»rt|lii» ri planting, pruning, roac« fo» arbor and trellla, roaea for •siting, cultivation, and so on Whether you have one roee bush Br "fty. this bulletin will be of value to you And whether you want to plant now or next spring, you should sand for this bul letin. which la free to Star readers Kill out carafully tha' coupon below: Washington Bureau, Seattle Star, \nz V y. Ave., Washlngtcn, I) C. I want a copy of the «olMin ItOSKH FOR THE HOME, and Inclose herewith four rents In stamps to cover postage and mailing, NAME *TKM;r and .NO CITY STATE Women Militarists of Fascisti Clad in thr "ramirta nrra" — tht bUirk-nhirtu of the >'a*n#/i —icomrii have flocked to the *upport of MttxMoUni'it govern ment. The picture above thowt one of the first nuetingn of the women's auxiliary. JUDGE SCORES J. A. STILLMAN Gives Attorney $25,000 and Deplores Stain on Baby WHITK PI-AtNft V T, No* » —J<BM A. StllUnan, former head of (h« National City bank, 1a riven a remirkabta excoriation In a re port handed down by Juatloe Mora cteuMr of lb* ataia aupretr- court. The }u«tto* tmntod 121,000 faaa to John K. Mack for hbi aervirea aa ■uardtan of Habr Oar Htlltman and for the n*ht which M»«-k made to defend the name of the child from the charwe of Illegitimacy mada by hta father. The oourt upheld the dentalon of the referee who r»fu»al tha divorce 1 which waa aaked by tha former banker, declared that StlUman had bllnl to prove hia char**# of adul lory againat hla wlfa. and aald that | the declaton of tha r»f»r»* that Mtillman liad been guilty of adultary ( with Klorance former chorua | fill had been proved by tha evi dence. Tha Justice declared that Htlllman j had coma Into tha court "with un dawn hafids," and denounced tha "tlnUtar effort to noil tha nanw- of tha child" Stlllman aiao wa* d<- rla red to have «pent large auma In the purchaae of evidence, thla re ferrln* to tha 111,000 which It waa admitted waa used to gel poaaenalon of the letlera which were written "by Mr* HtiUnun to Kred K. H»»ov*l», tha Indian guide who waa named by tha banker aa co-respondent Thla waa In reply to tha claim of Mr fltlltman'* counael that tha fee# and other cost* allowed wera exorbitant. Tha court allowed Referee Daniel J Oleaaon who heard tha evidence In the cue, compenaatlon at lha rata of IliO a day for HI day* de voted to tha caaa, a total of 111 200. Justice A. H P. Heager. to whom Htlllman's lawyers appealed. upheld JuMU» MornchtuMr'i finding, and the CUM will now go to the a|<|>«-l late court. Italian Telephone* Not So Numerous The luvwt five cities In It«lr Rom«, Naples, Milan. Turin an<l Pa l«rm»-with an aggregate population of ovar 1.©00.000, have all together fewer telephones than Omaha. Neb., with a population of only a llttla over 200.000. Luminous Owl Is Aviator's Joke Bird PIiUIAM. Kng.. Nov. I —The "lu nilnoua" owj reported seen at Foul sham la a bird which was captured by an aviator here. Its wings coated with a phosphorous preparation and then wM fr^e. The Seattle Star BIG PLANS FOR VARSITY MEET Two Days of Fun for the U. W. Alumni Two daya of entertainment, with ' many ap*ctal feature* In addition to 1 tha California Washington football game, have b**n arranged for th* annual hom*-coming of university alumni, which will be celebrated Kri I day and Saturday. On Friday evening, whlla the men ar* att*n4lng a mixer at (he nam pu* armory, the women srlll be en tertalned with a dramatic and mu ' alcal program In the men's gym Chief number on this program >* a aklf. "Cinderella." srriHen by M i»« Kthei Kadford, and produ<-ed by ft~l ? Domino, the women a dramatic *o iHely. M>*e Ada Tl'ley "*rlll sing Preceding the men's mixer, a night ' shirt parade will be held. To advert I** the hnmea-omlng. Kil die lliihlurd Seattle'* United Htate* tir nwli pilot, took a party of etu denta for a celestial taxi tide over the impu* In hla hydroplane I CASSIPY FURNACE COAL I* »« lent I finally blended to give a high percentage of B T IT* par ton It aim pllfle* tha heating dlfflrul ilea you have at niggled with, burna strong and hot and lons, and |I«M you tha satisfaction of saving a considerable aum with mora and batter haat. and Saves 15% on Your Coal Bills To clear up any doubts Older a sack of Caaaldy Furnace Coal with your naxt load of fual and try It In your own furnaca It will convince you and gain your enthusiasm Order from your dealer or the ARROW OMLCG r.e.FERREE,»V,.i«U«* 4400 fourteenth Ave.N.W. (SUNSET) Vg6j/ SEATTLE, WASH., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9. 1922 Sleeping Sickness Killing Russians MOSCOW, Nov « Hire pin r alck naaa, which olalm*d *o vlrtlma with In a month after It appeared here, haa developed In many aecllona of Kuaela. and la killing Ita vlrtlma by tha acore. In th* famine diatrlcta. whei* ntedlc-al attention la complete ly lacklui, whole fam 11 lea have been < wiped out. King George Has "Wicked" Knees KntNlUßnil, Nov * "Mon. yon'a bonm* ktieea." **<-lalmwl an old Bintih woman wneti ahe aaw King Oeorge garbed In a kilt at Ab crlour orphanage Tlie king laughed heartily Mile Posts |[| [IHMBIKJBIIUI H It is our ambition |ll 1 | ■|| vious year—we've got to go some, but we We have been working night and day. We have left no stone unturned ' in our efforts, and today have such great clothing values for you at such low prices that our goal must inevitably be reached. Three thousand garments from 0 COATi! which to choose. See our "Westerner" at I $25 —made from virgin wool fabric—manufao DiWCnnl /* — tured in our own state of Washington. Genuine \ L} whipcords—the season's big hit. Ask to see the famous Lundquist-Lilly Tuxedos at S3O and $35. W p j Hundreds of rubberized coats at $15 —Gabar- fcgjgjll N r dines at S2O and $25. Overcoats - M$L r '^ e Chesterfields —the Cravenettes. You should f JB&T iee this splendid stock before buying your winter clothes. Il3|?y *25—30—35 I[BPI I\S I ODD FELT HATS IIP a mOti TROUSERS " ,K :r ft r K i | 08^ua Green Building Fourth and Pike CAMPAIGN FOR WOMAN SOLON Tennessee Will Be the Next Battleground IIV lUIIII'.IIT T\l .1.1 \ WAHHINOTON. Nov # f'tinee ' aee la to be the next battleground rot women political leadera thtuoul th» | country who are determined to gel 1 I a member of theli a** In the V. P 1 aenate Aa aoon ita the eledlona are out of the way, both !h* National Woman'a party ami Ihe National I.C»KII<- of ; Woman Votera will aenter their ef forta on Oov. Taylof to get him to ap|ioint a woman to the aenate. at cording to reliable information here Ancient Church Is Deserted by Rats I Mill 'Til V\ IMIKIRI.Ii »:ng Nov. ». I ! liata gnawing electrlc wire* cau«"l [ a fire whk'h ileatroye<l All Halnla' | i.arl*h church, built about l^ku I I "Hlnce It haa developed that Mr* I Keltoti, of Oeuigla, will never alt In Ihe IT, B aenate, w* are looking to; i Oov. Taylor to give ua a real woman ' •enator," aay* Mlaa Hue White, of Ih* National Womun'a party, here j "If Oov Taylor doean't do thla, hla, l«irty will hear from th* women when Oia> go to the polla lo vote for « ! ' prealdent In 1#24," llov Taylor'a opportunity to ap ] point a new l\ H aanator from Ten neaaee la predicated upon th* |xie | hible np|>olntment of Henator John K Khlelda. d*mf>i-rat. to the IT. H aupreme court, to aucreed Justice i I lay, whan tlw latter'a rexirnatlon hecomen effective November 14 PAGES 11 TO 20 WIFE BIDS TO | ! HOLD HUSBAND Offers $10,000; Her Rival Is First Wife OBTKOIT, Mich , Nov. » Her j ; war hero bunband aeked her to aft a ; price on hlni. aaylrig another woman | ; wan willing to "buy her off," Mr* : Agna* Thompaon of Dearborn net* j forth In tier ault aaklng divorce from : Clyde. Thompson Mra Thompson, II I* alleged | ] Jokingly told him he wa* worth sl6,- j 000 to her. on* arm and other dtaa nilltle* Included, her attorney *ald Hut Thompnon grew nerlou* and »*licd her what price ah<- would take 'lf another woman wanted him. Th* ' Elect Caldwell to Head Auto Trustees To aucceed Don g fisher NUt Hugh M. CuJdwelj waa <-l«eted fhali man of th* board of truateaa of tha l(ln« county dlvlilon of We«te'i» Washington Automobile club, for the mailing ye*r, *t a meeting of , the Iruftteea In the Arctic building ' Wedneaday. nther woman l» aald to be Mr». Dors I Peltier. Thompean'a formtr w1 fe. "Not «atlafled with ruining h»r ' own happlnr««," Mre Peltier mid, "Mr* Thompson h«a been trylng to ruin mine a» well by nailing mr huabnnd on the telephone and tell ing him that I am trying to taka Thotnpeon away from her. It'a utter hoeh. T wouldn't glre a nickel for both of I hem put together."