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LIQUOR IN CHILI
Two years ago, when the government
began to draft mem for naval service, a
prominent naval officer came' back from the
ports with certain startling facta regarding
the- condition of the conscripts. The al
coholic excesses prevalent among our race
had produced their disastrous effects up
on the majority of the conscripts, leaving
them with the stigma of physical misery.
.Many years of vice' and intemperance have
made' of the most stalwart and robust de
fenders of our nation useless and incom
petent physical wrecks. We have come to
realize' now, that ne>t only in the regions
of the salt water ports has this degenera
tion become all too evident, but that condi
tions are' similar in the' southern ports.
In Calbucco conscription has brought to
light an amazing state of affairs. Practical
ly all the mem assigned to duty there were
found to be totally unfit for service own
ing to their grave' physical condition.
With such results in evidence we can no
longer remain oblivious to the enormous
number e>f citizens who are being brought
to a state' of wretchedness and incapability
through alcoholism. Our broadcast cam
paign against the abuse of liquor and
against social diseases has been instigat
ed by the' knowledge secured from these dis
closures which we' have just mentioned.
It has been difficult to impress upon the
public the gravity e>f the situation, and as
we: have been unable' to obtain the enact
ment e>w laws and measures which would
serve to protect our future race. The gener
al negligence of the police in many of
the districts, and the equal laxness of the
administrative authorities constitute the
principal causes why the legislative work
has been so ineffectual.
It is not sufficient that legislative meas
ure's be' passed in regard to the control of
bars and the punishment of drunkards. At
tention must be given to the importation,
manufacture, and use of intoxicants. The
social diseases which are undermining the
strength of the' race must be fought with
an adequate sanitary organization and a
competent supervisory board appointed in
every section of the country. We cannot
understand how the men of our govern
ment witness this decay and deterioration
of their people without taking drastic
measures to prevent its continuance. True
patriotism is best shown through efforts
to prepare the future greatness of the Na
tion, and this greatness cannot be reached
if our race continues to deteriorate
through alcoholism and disease.—Christian
Science' Monitor. —Copied from a Chilian
Air. Arthur Wright, he of much seafaring
lame, spent the past week in the city.
Airs. Giles Graves continues more or less
The Batchelor Boys entertained a num
ber of their lady friends at the residence of
Air. and Airs. E. R. James last Tuesday even
The Fun Makers' dance Christmas night
was erne that will be long remembered for
its fun and happiness.
Mrs. S. R. Cayton enjoyed a family re
union in the shape of a Christinas dinner.
The Hancocks, the Jamisons and the Cay
tonitcs filled the home.
Furnished Rooms —lf you want a well
arraged bed room and convenient to a car
line, rail at 317 Twenty-second Aye. South.
Mr. F. D. Wright, the tailor, is quite sick
and may have to undergo a surgical opera
J. W. EDMUNDS, OPH. D., g_S_ffi _„
Eye Specialist. Personal attention given in Bye ex
aminations for Glasses. Fifteen years in Seattle.
Balcony, Fraser-Paterson Co.
No Argument.— A man stept up to Henry
Ward Beeeher one day and said, "Sir, I am
an evolutionist, and I want to discuss
the question with you. I am also an an
nihilatiemist: 1 believe that when I die'
that will be the end of me."
"Thank goodness for that!" said Mr-
Beeeher, as he walked off and left the
man dazed.—London Blighty.
A Mule's Epitaph.— army mule at on»
of the cantonments "went west." The pri
vate who had charge of the last rites had
to fill out the regulation form, and came
across the suggestion, Disposition of car
After a moment's thought Sammie wrote
on the blank line:
"Mean and deceitful."— Holland's
Devotion Tested.— Kind Father—
dear, if you want a good husband, marry
Mr. Goodheart. He really and truly loves
Daughter—"Are you sure of that, papa?"
Kind Father—"Yes, indeed. I've been
borrowing money from him for six months,
and still he keeps coming."London Tit-
Careless Swain.— fellow clerks gath
ered round him when the news became pub
lic property, and extended congratulations.
"But," said one man, "I understand the
girl you are engaged to is a twin; how do
you tell the difference between her and
"Well, it's a jolly nice family," said
the lucky man, " and I don't bother very
much. "—London Tit-Bits.
Teacher's Symptoms.— Jimmy,' said
the fond mother to her smart eleven-year
old, "what become of that little pie I made
for you as a treat yesterday? Did you eat
"No, mama," answered Jimmy, with a
grin; "I gave it to my teacher at school
"That was very nice and generous of
you, Jimmy," complimented his mother.
"And did your teacher eat it?"
"Yes, I think so," answered Jimmy.
"She wasn't at school to-day."—London
It Looked That Way.— Smith—"l sec
stocks took a drop."
Jones— "Took a drop? I should say they
took the whole bottle."— York Odd
Obliging.—Old Goldbacks — "What's
that! You really mean to tell me you love
my daughter for herself alone?"
Hardup— sir; but I think I could
learn to Move you t-too, sir, in t-time, sir."
In The Jug. —Four gills one pint; two
pints one quart; four quarts one gallon;
one gallon one quarrel; one quarrel two
fights; two fights four policemen; four
policemen one magistrate; one magistrate
one month.— London Tit-Bits. .
Removal Notice.— George (affectionate
ly)—" Helen, clear, I've had something hesi
tating on my lips for some time now
Helen (interrupting)"Oh, George, how
I do hate those little mustaches."Lehigh
317 22nd Aye. So.
Rooms large and commodious, on car
line,. but walking distance.
MRS. S. R. CAYTON
317 22nd Aye. So.
They Do It In Australia— The Grocer—
"Yes'm, the high price of mustard is due
to the scarcity of fuel. You see, people are
buying up mustard and are keeping them
selves warm with poultices!" Melbourne
Help Wanted.First Roomate —"l say,
Walt, would you kindly lend me your
green necktie this evening?"
Second Roomate"AVhy, certainly, Ed,
but why all the formality?"
First Roomate—"l can's find it." —Aw-
Serious Impediment. —Doris—"Why don't
you marry her?"
Jack—"l'd like to, but, unfortunately,
she has an impediment in her spech."
Doris—"AVhat is it?"
"She can't say 'Yes.'"London
NOTICE—SHERIFF'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
State of Washington, County of King, ss.—Sheriff's
By virture of an Order of Sale issued out of the
Honorable Superior Court of King County, on the
15th day of December, A. D. 1919, by the Clerk
thereof in the case of John J. Shirley, plaintiff,
versus Frank T. Rawlings, and Jane Doe Rawlings,
his wife (whose true Christian name is unknown);
Jesse W. Rawlings and Mabel F. Rawlings, his
wife, and Emma T. Rawlings, defendants, No.
136289, and to me, as Sheriff, directed and delivered:
Notice is hereby given, That I will proceed to
sell at public auction to the highest bidder for
cash, within the hours, prescribed by law for Sher
iff's sals, to-wit: at ten o'clock A. M., on the 24th
day of January, 1920, before the court house door
of King County, in the State of Washington, the
following described property, situated in King Coun
ty, State of Washington, to-wit:
The north twenty and six hundredths (20.06)
feet of lot two (2) and the south nineteen and
ninety-four one hundredths (19.94) feet of lot one
(1), block one (1), Leschi Heights Addition to the
City of Seattle, together with all and singular the
tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances there
unto belonging or in any wise appertaining, levied
on as the property of said defendants, to satisfy a
judgment of a foreclosure of a mortgage amount
ing to fifteen hundred and seventy-five one hun
dredths ($1„575.75) dollars, interest, attorney's fee
of $75.00, and the cost of suit, in favor of plaintiff.
Dated this 18th day of December, 1919.
BY A. HUTCHESON,
__ , <_„ Deputy.
December 20 to January 16, 1920.
ALHAMBRA CASH GROCERY
Distributor of Mme. C. J. Walker's Hair and Skin
preparations. Mail, postal and express orders
promptly filled. 1201-3 Jackson St., Seattle, Wash.
P FRA7TPR Real Estate. Insurance, Collect
*»i * /?_t4- JX ions- 316 Pacific Block, Seattle
SANDERS & COMPANY
1003-1004 L. C. Smith Building
From 8:30 A. M. to 5:30 P. M.
You Are Welcome
GREAT NORTHERN POOL AND
Cigars, Tobacco and Soft Drinks.
BOYD & WILLIAMS, Props.
1032 Jackson St.
Phone East 179
Calls Made Promptly Day or Night
LEWIS & BLACKWELL
FUNERAL DIRECTORS and EMBALMERS
H. Alfred Lewis, Funeral Director
1215 East Marion St., Seattle
HAPPY NEW YEAR
from TUTT, 300 Main Street
Hand Painted Holiday Cards by Miss
Hazel Brown of Los Angeles.
Toilet Articles and Books by Negro
We Have a Few Black Baby Dolls Left
Telephone Main 5298