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HERE CHILDREN! WRITE PRIZE ESSAY
AND TAKE YOUR PAPA OR MAMMA TO
SEE WONDERFUL PLAY, "THE BLUE BIRD"
ji,„ i,| ». i, have *i>u written yo«r >*t on llappl
tbo MM) that'* going to get von four box *ent* nt (ho
performance />f "Th* lllue Itlrd," at Out Moor*
f theatre. n*it Monday nip hi, providing: It la th*
be*t eaaay turned In by competitor* in The Star'*
theatre party con I eat!
Hay* yop?
You have until Friday. All the enaay a tiiuat \tn
In TU« Star offlo* by Friday noon. They'll b*
n> judged hVlday afternoon, and the winuar* an
ifL, nounred Saturday
Bora arid girl* competing muit b* order 16.
* you muit writ* on only on* aid* of tha paper.
Your «»aay muit b* not m*r* than 150 word* In length.
llurfor.l llampdi'ii, the remarkabl* boy actor In The lllu*
Bird which. by the way, la th* moat wonderful children'* play
5 Mnir'~*'""" hu Ixft apprlaed of the eonteat, and la much Inter
it wiia thre* year* am that llurford, who la only 14 year*
Xt «na<h' hi* ftr*t big aucc***. In London Hta father and molhar
Jniio! with him. Hoth of them take minor part* In th* plav
INDICTED for an
alleged swindle
■* • i»il * lr»
gT tons Deo., 16. —Alleging
a 4i*ul waa t-arneO
LT t „ conr,Htlon with promotion
r o( 4 !orti of th* Itulrk Oil
)t ot California. the federal crand
E. indici. •! Henjamln Moffatt of
Sicaso. charsiti* him with ualn«
m»iU to itefrau<i
|l «u »ut*d thai Mottatt »o«ur
tkkif a million sharp* of iho
ipaw'n flock, with the nutler
gfcadln* that bo could noil It for
Lyrpricr he could *et ajrr**lnn to
py tfce company 15 centa a .hare
fan the *tocic wa* sold.
IAISE $5,000 FOR
SEATTLE NURSERY
•The Mystic Roee" presented at
to Metropolitan last week for the
Ewfit of th" Seattle Day Nursery.
Cted This amount waa
falii il not only from the neat Ml*
(at from the roe* sale at Thursday,
(fee tale of randy and flowers
ferine the performance* and per
ptaal solicitation among the aud-
HlKce by m*'mb«ri of the Ad club
While part of the proceed* will go
H the imme.iia.'- necessities of the
■ ktltutioo. moet of It will be put
Ittft the building fund
6%
Money to Loan
On MODEM*
•HOMES AND
APARTMENTS
la M ran< MH>ki a
(ahm Pbilips&Co.
Calvin Pl lllp.
Hitalork C Ik>yl«
Uarr Hid*. Mala TJI«.
AMUSEMENT*
SEATTLE THEATRE
thill and Charry. Phon* Main tl
TONKIIfT— t l.f, S KKK
■allay * Mitchell Freernt
"THK RIItHIKH"
1 »m.i, «»e4er Klahl—Sk
A ftr.'U fhan»»
vwnusto
VUJ.CMKS*V a lustnc U%v*K
Fm*iit
•ORE MIGHT OXLY"
. *™ r -" »•« ORPHKt'N ACTS
WOTHKH lilRI. ((Tl!
***" A Violdm rnmi
•rtw o* Tiir oct:t\"
" M«eatl««—-IS
wrwr.H niu s. * r . %<-m
PANTAGES"
■m»»s Oeltr Twlee *l s ktlr
WevHere «arrr«
"f Mt M RITHKM"
- With-
KIORT KVIIItII nCAITIKD
L ■»< aar
y. CUT RATE OENTIBTB
Good Teeth-Small Cost
• Twelve-Year Guarantee—Low Cut Rate#
our work la correct, and give every patient a written
thov * ls v* r » Just look over our prlie* You will find
••refuU* ,h * 'guaranteed work can be done for. Head them
ftfHfF HAIIOC rtIRI.KM Out-ef-Tewa rati*ale
VIIIU. ilUUItj K*T«AfTIO*r Hbould write for «p
D-ll . UVA tARI'UEI) polntmnnt end h»ve
t, « n *" m ' W> (ii>r >imm ur tlMilr W'.rk done tho
«■•■>!< . '' m - VlfalUed Air name day they come
•ndant. In.
$6 Briti Rework $.5 $4 $10 Set# of Teeth $5
P y r*p\*r+ ml* a Init t««ih. Our Dentlnte are noted | for
Stp '» n V"ur riTOoth run th*lr plft»"« Our let*
22Jy — mat* he* perfectly. match your own teeth. 910 |>ele
H-H 931 91ft *ri« *h
Fillings 50c Up $8 Crowns $4
nil < IVTl V Ta r 1 * <J*vJtjr to grow. Never hav«? a tooth extracted If
PU!I '■ 'Hied lirmwlUt*»|y «|l**r thwre'* n rhanci* to «eve It. It
•" «p- u-id I'll 11 ni4« 91 can Invariably be crowned 9H
(sold nr Perce lain (t»wm« 94.
lentfti work i* «.i 4it lie member our Cut-ltatee Coine
— >OM ''lay 1f yo*i wlflh for a VHKK examination and ratimet*
UNION DENTISTS
WMt THIRD AND PIKE ENTRANCE 305'/ a PIKE
OVER OWL DRUQ STORE
Death Utuallv Win»
The Claim Agent—Mr June*. >uu
have a claim atttltiat our r«>ad (or
the destruction of a crate <>( furni
ture At whit data ware thewe
Goods* shlt>t»«d*
Jodm»—November 29.
Another Claim \& n «»■ n jtmii
Utort -Concernin* yamr claim (or
■ cral* of furniture dMtro;rd. Mr.
Jon**--- can yon fell ma when the 1
shipment «u mad**
Joanm —November JO.
Another Claim Agent (twenty
after) —Mr. Jones. I am Inveatltotf
inK yonr claim against our mad for
the loss of a 'rate of furniture.
On what date did you »hip these
goods *
Jones —November 10.
Another Claim Agent—Does Mr.
Jone* live here?
The Maid —He did air. but b«
died tbla morning.
Judge Marcus Kavanaugh of Chi
cago says Illinois' criminal rode Is
about the same as England's was
In the day of Shakeapeare,
"'TWAS THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS, AND ALL THROUGH THE
HOUSE—"
KILLED BY HORRIBLE DREAM?
MYSTERY IN SUDDEN DEATH
OFST ATE ATTORNEY GENERAL
CAKJKXV CITT,
N»t , I)M, 14.—
Cleveland II Hak
or, brilliant attor
npy isvtiml of
N«vaila ftl«»d ro
rently aa a result
of an awful
mirt, during
»hi <h b* ii*
hlmaelf ahot by a
friend- l*h y *1
rtan* say III*
death vii one of
the moat remark
able paycholutfto
•l phenomrna
known lit medical
history.
MaVi r suddenly
started from bla
aloep at mtdnlßht
and told bla wife
of a dream thai
be bad been (hot
by a pninlMnt
Ve« a.lan an latl
■i at • Irlrll d.
wbow name* baa
since been with
held The dream
*aa arromiwnled
by an Internal
hemorrhage but
Maker f.-It no pain
and fell aaleep
again.
Hleep wii on
disturbed unlit »
o < lork Then
Itaker awoke and
dlerusaed the tstr
rlbl# vision of tbe
n>*ht with hi* wife. A* he cat on
tbe eds« of hla bed Iwltil bla ibiw*.
a aeoond hemorr base attacked bin
and be rollapwd.
Dr I*>naid MuUm reenoodwl.
bat the gttornev i«a*nl bul l»i»ed
Into uneoiiaelouaneaa and died a
few mlrt'itra after tbe doctor* ar
rival.
On hi* first cx anination of Mak
er's »«xljr. Or. Martian advanced
the theory that the shock of tbe
dream bad earned tbe hemorrhage
a.ud hie subsequent deatb
l«a'er he d«l«r«) that II »as
more probable thai tbe dream had
been Induced and tb* bursting of a
blood itntl and the hemorrhage
«u the primary • aitae of death
I>r. (ieo M. Stratton, profeksor of
psychology In tbe University of
(California, «ald that tbe dream had
LEAGUE OF MUNICIPALITIES
DECLARE FOR HOME RULE
WKNATCHEK. Dec I«.—"The
time la coming »hen the public
service commission If unch<-ck«d
and unchallenged, will forbid mu
nicipally owned ut Hit lea from lo»
ering ratea when by so d<>:ng they
menace the profitable existence of
privately owned utilities
"In Seattle »» want to have Sec
ond av , our main thoroughfare, re
paved next year. We want new
and modern street car equipment
Installed at the same time—groov
ed rails. Instead of the out-of-date
rails. Suppose the railway con Mir
ation convinces the public service
commission that this <hangc nil!
not leave the good, old-faahloned
rate of Intereat on the investment?
"Must we go to Olympla and get
down on our km-a to tbe state
commlxflon every time we *an' an
Improvement? There Is aomething
inherently wrong in this bureau
system. I bavs nothing but compli
ment for the personnel of 'he
present commission, but the sys
tem la hostlia to th« people's In
terest."
ABDUCTED BRIDE,
CHARGE AGAINST
FRIEND OF GROOM
Having been tracked to Portland
by U. 8. Immigration authorities,
Michael Merer lu'H la today In Jail,
charged with abducting 22-yearold
Domlcela Truskawaka, a I'ollah
girl. who came to Seattle to marry
Joseph AUlierg, a laborer.
The courtahlp between AUborg
and Domlcela had buen carried on
by mall. I.aat summer, when Ali
berg had saved enough for » llttlo
home, he sent word to Domlcela to
come to America. Meanwhile, he
had shown a plcturo of tho girl to
Mereckes. Mereckea wa* Joaloua,
alau Interested. When the day
came for the girl's arrival, he play
ed a trick on his roommate and
met the unsuspecting Domlcela at
the Or cat Northern station. ft la
charged, and took her to Portland.
BIG HIGH TENSION
CITY WIRE BREAKS
A 60,000-volt, high-tension wire,
carrying lighting powor from Sno
qualinle Palls to Seattle, broke Sat
urday night, about 9 o'clock. Sort
ie® wan interrupted In some parts
of the city until the power coul<l be
re-established over another line
Residents on F,uke Wnshlngton sa»
the riaoh caused by tho separating
of the wire many miles away.
THE STAR—MONDAY. UECEMHKR 16, 1912.
CLKVEI.AND IIAKKK
grown out of th* prvaetict of th«
Internal phyakwl disturbance, and
Ihst the dlsturbgnr* reaulled In th«
hemorrhage
I»r Mai l<e«a took this rt«w. too
The death of Mr. linker wan not,
•s st flrat believed, brought about
aa the direct reault of any awful
dream. hu| on th* contrary, ike
dream *>• ih« direct rv«ult of the
bemorrtiage." aald Or Mi l ega
'In any can* of an natremely
weakened condition, auch as Mr
llaker waa known to l>* In and
with hla particular sllment. a hem
orrhage I* liable at any moment
"The flrat aenaatlona of pain from
»>n h are tranamltted In the form of
aome dream, or conclualoo of g. luil.
aa one awakens."
This. In part, was tha strong ar
gument presented Saturday by
Mayor Cotterlll of Seattle for home
rule In cities at the meetlnr of the
league of Washington Municipali
ties.
Mayor lltndlay of Spokane also
spoke along the same line i.r.d waa
as emphatic in denouncing the
usurpation by the state commission
of rights that should belong to the
city.
S. W. Ilrockelt, representing the
Stone-Webster Interests, stoutly
defended the kla'e board. Judge
Stiles of Tacoma alao argued
against home rule, while Council
man Erlckson of Seattle urged Its
adoption.
After a stormy debate, the con
vention wont on record, almost
unanimously, as favoring hoam
rule Spokane wa* selected for
the 1913 meeting and Olympla the
following year. No new election
of officers was held.
Tbe league alao favored voting
machines, and the term of city of
ficial* extended to four years.
A PARAGON OF PATIENCE.
"He's Iho moat patient uian I
•v«r knew.'
"That HoT'
"Yea, ho ran even herd a bunch
of people together to have n group
pint urn taken without losing hla
temper."
The Hrltlah museum originated In
a provision In the will of Sir liana
Hloane, who offer«d hla collection
of curios, hooka and tnnriun. rli>ta,
valued at 1200,000, to tlx- lirituh
government for $80,000. The offer
waa accepted and a muxoum
opened. The present buildings
were erected In lIU2 and 1807.
NEW POLICE LAW
MAY COME UP AT
MARCH ELECTION
A referendum vote on the Grif
fiths police law probably will l>«
aecured si the March election.
Plana for circulating the referen
dum petition were dlacuaaed at s
meeting «f the Munl-'tpal I' acne
Saturday, The esecutlve commit
lee of the lea Rue will meet tomor
row to dlsctiß* the matter
To Invoke the referendum. 5.040
signature* w||| be needed, which la
approximately I Iter cent of the
total vote of <3.000 In the lost city
election
A rosolutlon paused by the league
brands the Urlflths bill na "calcu
lated to encourage crime, promote
dlaorder and endanger t !#■ Uvea,
property and aafety of law-abiding
eltlsens."
ONE MORE HALIBUT
FISHERMAN LOST
On* more halibut flaherman ban
had to pa) with hit Hfe (or
of working on unit of the schoon4?r»
engaged In the halibut trad' out
«<f I'uget Bound. When the halibut
■rhnonrr Johanna M ro*rli«l 8e
attle with her ratch, flaherman l*ete
Itifdun was tnlsaltig from her
crow
It waa th<* a«mti "Id atory told of
many other halibut flahrrmm. and
known only to a few acquaintance*
along the dock—a dory, thick fog.
bewilderment, expoaure and tl
haustlon—and a man kut
STORM WARNING
A auutheaat atorm warring Is
mod Bunda> night by the weather
bureau wat changed thla morning
U> • aouthweat warning.
Whan held up laat night, Miaa
Marjr Jenaon tan The footpad ran
after her. but loet la tha race.
Following s colllalon laat night,
Norman ftangley. expre«*man. was
badly Injnrwd. and K l> C'tntney. au
totst. was arretted
PUBLIC MARKETS
HK*TI UK
llalll'Ut- ) H»« 2tc. ««!mon I lbi
!s<• »«»'!!« i Iha }lr. at. f Imp* lOr
lb « raba. 2 for lir. (lams, tic <|t
lUnlffn (,• > • |rr*. #&« ran. 4urk
&|i« Um* ranch "kki. Ik dot , |ih>4
til* 1H (lox . but tor J lt»a TSe
t>r< «kfast « !«' *m> h fVMt.
huttar. 4k lb.: t «an# milk.
Ik. i»"*m rhiMM* tic lb . J.'.ui.'
rna»l» « lonv** tfrr rairln
If i I |Mf, wlmlf a I r* t braatl.
k and l&< Inaf imr* foal. ItHc lb.;
tntiflu* MOM|a. lac lb
fits Iwal flour. |1 <*1 »«■ U . 1 f.r
t*an«aka flour. tOc. Ik can t>*a< bm,
)«( 5k t-ann fralt or barrlaa, JO'*.
tama, |0« . {K*(ai<>»« 10c aack dry
ortloifh ? lb« 10c curunibrr*. t f<>r
Ik, rtt«llfi«>w#r. I for 14c. 'Abha«t*.
k **arh. iWM>I i>o(at«>ra, 4 an<l i ll*i
|or. I tin N*V York He;
I H>« lot itittar fl i 0 lha noirar
91, with otbar 91 grucary pun Dmm.
ranch ansa. 3 dog. <k
To Keep Skin Healthy,
Youthful, Wrinkleless
Nn* (hat the a>»- lal s**as«»n la h*re,
ha MpKialljf careful to keep your
•kin in flnr condition You know
how conspicuous complexion defects
appear under th* bright light of the
'lr«« Inn or !»a)l room Aleo how
v»»ry evident ara aoma makeup*
whan similarly Illuminated Discard
cosmetics entirely and uaa a pro* • ss
which gives far hollar results. and
which leaves no trace on Iho iikln.
At night Mmear on a thin coat of
ordinary m*rr<<itc«d was. washing It
off »»e*i morning Thla gradually
absorbs tha devitalised particle* of
surface skin; Just as gradually tha
mora youthful »kln beneath romea
forth, providing a complexion hn
dear, smooth and delicately tlntad
an a young girl's, (lot sn ouno of
rnarcoltind wsx at your druggist •
Iml try this remarkable treatment.
Remember. too. that wrinkles,
avan tha flnar Unas, sra not eawily
.concealed In a brilliantly lighted
iroom. You can qubkly ohlltarata
[these hateful marks by bathing your
rfare In s solution of powdered saxo*
lite, 1 og, dissolved In witch hasel
V% pt. And your faee won't look
atlcky. as after using: pastes.—Ad
vertlsc mant.
Stevens' Academy £2 0
Fnurlli, \r*r I'lna
naiH'lMf (.iinmiilrrd In HHH
4 Private Leuoni V 9
ritf VATIC IIA 1.13 iVlll
(F.vrry I»»y and Rvftilnf) JjiWl
Trial always fraa. Wh«<« OpeK
oth«*ra fail, coma to ui. il)>.VfVl
UaiKrn Wr4. ( Friday, Hw« HP™r
THE SEATTLE STAR
To *4 % 11. M ll*< ltlllicit* Tim data
when your auhanrlptlon aspire** la
on the addreaa label of your papnr.
Whan that data arrive*. If your
aiihacrtptton haa not again bean
paid In advance, your nama la
lakan from tha Hat. A change of
data on tha addraaa labal la a re
ceipt
For the convenience of our reatfera,
wa have aatabllahad agi'tidca at
tha following location*.
ttu i;nlnn Hl. # with Houvenlr and
I'UI I• • Shop I'liono ft*; 1 • I«>t« 44
PTit. Mullra, ..»u» HiiHultl av. I'll, no
Pailard >0«.
Ada may b» left at thraa branchaa,
wluT, name rataa will lia given aa
at main office. Transient ralaa
are 100 par Una or • tlmaa for tha
prlra of R for < aah arta
New Today
Nu-HOWID I'oraet*. aumpl* line aold
at coat thta wa«k. 406 Arcade Hid.
BMMiia
Wot sold in a tor—. >1.60 up.
Ko.luk •l«*vi«i<*ptii|f in, roll, any
aU«. Jacob* Photo Hhop, P.-I Hla.
Legal Notice*
' TO mwvttnn
Moll**# I* lieret.y given that thl Port
00 in nil 901011 of the fort of W«»t
tin. Htata of Wiittlriffon, will re
1 tlv* blfl* up to t o'rlo«W
p m l»«i»mh|r 19, 111!, at 111 of
flea. 141 Central Htllldln* Heattl*
Waehlnaion, f#.r (>i• pur < haa* of
two million, thre* hundr*d end
fifty ili'mim nd dollar* ($2 110
000 00) of the general aerial bond*
of the Port of Seattle, l*»ue<l for
(ho following project*. to wit
Minlth • Cove Improvement. 9190.
000 00 ttu«» Waterway Improve
ment. 000 00. Htlmon Boy
Improvement, 1179.000 00. Con
tra! Wttir front Improvement
9190,000 00 llnrbor leland improve
mill 9t.000.0u0 00. l,»k• Wuhlni
ton Improvement, 975.000 00. aald
bond* Ulni of the denomination
of 91.000 rtrh. dated January 1.
Ift i a aal btoi li| In to rot at
rate of four and one-half par rant
per annutri. payable mtil annually
|tld'l«r■ may *uhmlt Md* for any till
or mora of said l**ue* Rich bid
der will ba required to accompany
hf* bll With * oartlflod che< k f<>t
an amount *<ioal to one par cant
of the oar value of tba bond* bid
for tiy hlnr* All blda mult bo un
conditional Tha fort Comml**loD
r***iva* tha right to reject any
and all bid*
|Tuii and detailed Information la re
g»rd to th* l**u« of these bonda
will bo furnl*h«d upon application
to tba I'ort Commlsatun or th*
Tort of Seattle. at It* office 941
Central flulldlng. Keattle, waah
tngton
t>a' *<1 at Heattla WaaMngtoa. thl*
9th day of December, 1911
pout cf'um hiom or th* fort
or Hr.ATTI.K
fly I! M CHITTtfXIrKN.
Prealdeat.
C K HKMHMKHii
Funeral Directors.
University I nd*riaking Parlnra. 4114
14th N K North til W K Pork-
Mr. „
k ii Mt'WKnWoimi A iOKlk
ll?l flr.l «v Main t, r Klllott »4».
I'lUott 24(4 lilt Heeund. Oreen
house IU»»fo|» 979.
Itt'MKH KlXltAl. < tol 3r l Mala
3HI 3 f 1 ll<H« »*»-'!•
Help Wanted—Male
WANTIBf> —M»n and womrin l« Kara
ti.e barber trad*. i»i>i paid while
learning. Call or write.
NATIONAL IIARMKR COLI.KOK
High tirade MchooL
4« Washington Ht
IM>\ r <IKT wicf"
IXIN T OKT Cot.l)
ISS tincall«"l for aulta and overcoat*
will be aold. 12 and up tiring thla
a-! and got 10 per rent dlecount
MIKK_7«>HKN. 1411 l*the*t
ttllv i . !»• »' ii lit eulta
for III" iKCAUKK Hi! HKIJ'H
I'll KM fPHTAIHN ltor.ro SO4 Km
pr<-*> Ti "«lf« 11-ill'llftg
1 Eeattt to be a good barber at
MoM:it llAllllKll t.Nit.I.KU*
110 Hrrl.Untal AV.
M,■ I .in, guitar l«n)o free t>.atr<i
Riant* My k*« Mualc School, tl*
Hank I*
. jT*f mm w it ImTt-.i &IM r."
Help Wanted—Female
Hiil9«"• t bar*»ln In town. cbolca of
»nttra i(»ck Irtmml hata. $f ti.
nothiaf raaarvad ftr*inff !• ba
lUvlntf Miliinvfy I»fpirtm#lit
York K«mpl« QtnnMt Co.,
111« #Um on«l sv . up «Ulfi
PffiVr.frH HKihT PAiti.'irts Mi-I
Ar> *>]• Jtldg . *pe<- In It j-. ready-to
«ra«r ahlrta. HtlfOiU Wlllinarjr
and raOMMlallnc parlor* In rosnto*
ll«n
ffils¥ JiTS
f}iißfint«>i*4 !• Twirl
Situation Wanted — Male
Want ad by two flrat cU>a <ar|>«n
i»r«. work h* day or contract. Ad -
dr»w I* Ht>r
f'lumblnff" wanTV <1 ownar furnUh
material X-117
Situation* Wtd. — Female
Wnvtuin wl*lim day work. Itundry
or ramp conklns or nlghl work
l*hon» Itoicon lltT, _
nurM wanta work fhwl of
rafaranca Phona Billtrd to«
Woman wl»h»a poatllon by tha day
or aa X-St **tar.
Wot Wa»»> l*auit'lr% «,» i**« n 4J
■ '•• 'A*- 1 • » ■ ' ■ «
Lost and Found.
Loat—On I>ei-ember 14, a gold
watch, hunting cage, leather lob.
h»r*e head <»n *anw. between 10th
av H and H*her mill. Kinder
plea** phone Beacon IliS, ault
able reward
i&O'pouo-l black mare, *a bile *rara
on back, right hind foot white.
I*to Klrat av 8
f*oet — Saiiirdnf gold earring*; re
ward tou ittn av. Phona Kaat
1211
Sterling *fl*er tliiniblea. IOC. aterling
«ll**r match bo**a. II 00 I.ittle
Jewelrr Hlora that aella for lea*.
1417 Third
W '-n i.wilnr f'.r don't for
get the Little Jewelry Htora. that
**ll* for lea* Myron Hymona. 141T
T'-Ird
Housekeeping Rooms
• li.uo I room modern housekeeping
flat, cooling cloaet, kitchen rthl*
net, gas. coiil ran** disappearing
bed*. completely furnished. lift
Klghth air Mtto MOT. |
F*urnlohed IliniMMffpliiic roomc,
nawly r«noval(Hl, cheap. Heat,
light 4* r* «l k«i Included Queen
Ann* 1 OQ3I
Sleeping wniT housekeeping rooms,
t, S ami I room suite*. reasonable
r «*!•>• MOK Howell St. I'hono
BIII'M t IIIOW
9CtWC A*r* Jlu> Western'a v.~
MngW room#. 11 10 up suit*. $1.00
up Sour ptilif 1«' market
and oilier rooms,
r 11• ki>«>mt iii city, private homo.
»aat lilt.
0«.»V w«ll furnished i ran »!*nt and
hou**k «»eplng room*. steam heated,
at *ii Wowwl
I aria, slngis M K rooms VI7 Morion
Hotels & Lodging Houses
lloTEI« OXFann. 1»10 Ist av.. mod
aril. rati»« fI.SO per waak and up
jiarrinifiun. illil* s»« »n<f %t up
Houses lor Rent
ft. room h'»uaa. electricity, iraa fIS
month, Watt Seattle. Phono Waat
JIS*
Por fti'nt—i-room oottaf* Haucon
Furnished Houses
Nlca furnlahad 4-room houae; tele
phone, piano, rus; reliable couple.
North 1740
Furnished Rooms
Two fumlahed houaekeeptnff room*,
near S!Mh and Fremont, • $10 00.
PFiona Worth jlfP.,
OHAT-'f) I'ACIPIC"tIoTEU Ilf&S
Apartments tor Rent
Copetnnd Court, ItO* Minor, I rooina,
fiiriilnlK'd, |::o plmna. llklii M 4210.
tt«. nlal.'l A|>l» I 'll 111 Inlnvl nil,| un
fin Will mill I'lki- Main CH6t
Homesteads
Hmnoalrail or daaert claim rallnquUh
mant, Kaatarn Waahlnirton fruit
bolt (Iraatoat liai'Kaln K»«r of
fered. Tliumaa Craig. 'it) Union at.
Board and Room
Will room and board small « l»lld.
R.r.i i i«ih av s i: »or •
Meat of mr" day, or month
Mallard ItM. 141* W Mtb. , ,
Clltiron boardadf, pitvat* home Hid-
Business Chance*
BLACKHMITH HHOP
Htep quirk If jrou want I! l»oln*
fin* bualnr-<' k«i| lot and ■■■'.>>p
$40#, or rent shop «nd wll tool*
Olv«i you i-asy terms If you are
competent I din too old for thi
work, (kt n nice cottage for aalg
too. Com* ttutiday C K llogan,
Hothell. Wuh
IH.ACKHMITH "SHOP
Ht«p quick If you went It Doing
fine liuilnrM H«*lI lot uri'l eh op,
lioi, or rant shop and sell tool*
Olvt you eaay Urmi If you are
eompitfint. I ifn too old for thi
work (lot a »J ' - 't»«i f.r aul.\
too «' K fI<>KHII. Hothell W»|l|l.
Wanted fjmfted amount of capital
for N«f«, « onaervatlve, ImriMnaely
profitable bailtl«M, lerg* rrmrliut,
Trent demand f«»r product* I* C.
. c Hlmpklns. 217 H I'lke St.,
room I#,
I'urtner w u 11t ed to tiiki full • tn*ri<*
of real «»tHt« office; no 'apltal
M*'iulr«<l ('all it 202 Metropole
jßiii
Per tonal.
StUPTVJMK CtIUBD. pftrman«*nt, no
operation or detention from labor;
over 200 qmm cured pant two
yea re >km I to 76 Harvatd hye
t r in. f> I 7 Kl fel Hid* . H«attl*v
Hippodrome Academy. iitmlnn
taught In two lenaona, private or
claaa Apply ofncn.
flir.l.KT¥K HI.A IiKA •h«r|»«r.«i. loc
do * raxora »lr Mol 4th av
(Jet Ac<|ijn iijll■ <1 .*-«■« J•-1 y. Nmiifi and
addreasea 7OH I'lne at
h« % I »nw >t >i> Th»- Hter "
A-
A Mttla farm, partly Improve*!.
li«un, « hlt-kan noua*. *tc
Prlca $tOO Ttrmi $60 '-ash
and |10 p«*r month I'ossaa
sl«>n Irnmadlataly. Flna trans
portation Murk a & Farrar.
104 Charrjr Ht.
AJfTTP< 7vTzrhT~TAli M
for Hal* —Flna lava! land. Improved,
r»-w hou»*> pantry, railar. Mft..
rhlrkan houaa and yards ahad.
grain house, w«ll, ate., orchard,
some mUm k on the plarc, row and
10 chirk«*ns Ownar wanit to go
raat of tha mountains Prlca $l,€ r «9 t
part rash and $l& a month. liurka
A Karrar, 104 Chsrry Ht
' ft crea for $?10. tarms 111 rafth.
balanra ft par month Inquire
at of flea of Hurke 4k Farrar,
Kirk land. 20 mtnutas from
Madison park
l> - — ■■■ —■ —- ■ o
AbiPlHf
40* iv* t«» si»«*> • ' !"t
for I <>0 Tills j"t Is wltl l# h
mlnutnft walk of tha cantar of
town, with new houaea ffolnf up
all around $10 00 cash and $& 00
par month, and No INTKHBiT.
OLE HANHOM 4c CO.
114'lldMt W. T. Blk
IT arras across Waahlngton.
IV* tvtllaa from Woodlnvlli*. on
'ountr road. A• 1 aoll. cheap for
cast. Thl» Is a good
Oao Haiauer. 047 N T Blk.
«' ta * for $U4 T< r t ».* 9 * -
halanr* $& per month Inqulra at
offlra of Hurke A Farrar. Klrk
tanrt. 10 mlnutea from Madison
park
• • ' ■
Exchange—Real Ettate
itSSsltS f«««t. beautiful vlaw tract at
Fauntlaroy Park, to Irada for an
automobile A K Wylda. 412 N
V ink Flllott &OOT
Farm Lands
You ran alwaya find a bamaln at
tha ..fflia of Weal C..aat l*nd Co.
Head 1 hla on* > arefully I*o arr.i
wuh a flna houaa. Rood barn, or
chard running watar, o*ar II.MO
worth of niandlnit >adar. R T. !>..
phona. milk roule. •• mlnutaa"
drive from Chehalla, th© heart of
■outhweat Waa»>ln«ton, ll* an
acre other nlmllar bargain* In
amaller farma
WEST COAST I.AND CO.
1111-14 Amaru an Hank BUI.
10 arraa for |7SO. Terma ISO
raah and tha balam-a 110
monthly. Rich aoll. cloaa In.
Call al office of Uurka A Kar
rar In Klrkland, 10 mlnutaa
from Saattla.
n —•!
Vol' CAN alwa>« find a har*ain at
tha office of Weat Coaat Land Co.
Read ihla one carefully 110 arraa.
with a fine houaa. *nod barn, or
chard. runnlnc watar, ovar 11.000
worth of standtnar cedar. It. F. D.,
phone, milk route. «0 mlnutaa'
drive from Chalialla. tha heart of
fiouthweat Waahlncton 110 an
%cre Othar aiinllar barcalna In
amaller farma.
WBKT COAST I«ANI> CO
1111-14 American Hank ltldir
TIREI) OF RAIN*
TRY Sot'TIIKRN IDAHO
♦ 0 acrea In mldat of Irrl-
r rated tract In atata, IS cleared, S
n alfalfa. « In orchnrd, Rentla
alope, aoutliern ekpoaure. beat of
aoll. no alk 111, on road. « mllea to
i railroad and «ood town, near
achool and nelßhhora. 190 00 per
arra. 11.000 00 caah. balance to
ault A. T WrlKht, Morton. Waah,
owner _________
A~ farm yea. a Brood one. 4B acrea.
under thorough cultivation, fenced,
croaa fenced. S-acre orchard. *-
room plaatered houae. 1 barna.
running watar. cloae to a town,
*SH a<ru In all. Ill&.do per arra,
aome raah, balance 1 year* at I
per cent
OAMt. tlL,Arc«a»
Ml ST UK Si ).M I Til INC. \\ IIOMJ
120 acres, near 1 railroad* In
county. creamery, bank.
aohooi, crystal spring, no gravel.
Tho making* of a good place, and
In reach of your pnekatbook.
11.500. 1100 down. »1S per month.
WBBT COAST I,AND CO
1111-14 American Hank Rldg
City Real Estate
A new bungalow and three fin#
view loin In Klrkland, only six
block* from Washington,
for |900. A small cash ptvmut
and the bftlMM !lk« rent, $1" per
month. l«orge barn, oblrken
hou*A, etc. A snap. See Clyde
Markworlh at Klrkland Hotel.
Klrkland, Washington
pi«. easy monthly payments, new
cottage, bathroom, pantry, closets,
lot 50x111, cleared, walk, city
water, dose to car, Sound view,
Kauntlerov cur to Juneau St.. 11. A.
Young. Btat California av.
4 rnuiM Km. < lose to car and
•chool. Price $900, on terms of
IftO down and 910 per month Also
B-roum modern at $l.SfcO; $50
down and |lf» per month.
SKA 111 NO.
907 Leary HJdg M IMS
ft -room lumnnlow, on lot 40x129,
Hainler H«Aoh, 1100.00 cash, bal
anoe for 2H yeara. $«&0.00. Ad
dresa X -719, euro Seattle Star.
100*120 ft on Westlr\k«« Hlvd ,
sessrnent paid; only $1,100. F, M.
Hi iJ. North >07.
fine lot "on Whitman av., 45*1 It.
$1 "00 tor 111* I'' N Hlrd. N it , 'J > ;
A beautiful ot near Tts , uk,
$4fto cash. Queen Anne 408
For Sale Poultry
Whlta Orpingtons, ft fine pullets, 7
yearling hens and 2 year cock
erels. fine birds. $21 00 for the lot
Kfclph W, Jotinf, llt W. 40th at.
A few nice Huff OrpliiKtoit « ockerels
and pullets for sale, very reason
able. A. Fred Flucklger, (loorge
town.
For sale Itrown leghorn pullets.
1140 Kast lake av.
Wanted to Buy—Furniture
Want bonne A offl'* furniture. cash.
Oilnon ('hardier. f.|o fifee M t2?7.
U.'l-lli i .if;, I -~ « . I-Ikf M »Ml"
For Sale—Wood and Coal
f* a tent duet pan with flmt load * il
Wanted -To Borrow
/SAA/WVWWWSAAA/WNA/>/WW>
Want ad Money to loan on flrat
Money to Loan
S^
CITIT AND COUNTRY 1/iANH
On l»Hpri'V«<l or va< not property. any
• mount. $f»0 to $ n »00. |9tt| or ahort
(Irne. rimy pavrn*»nte. no delay
Hturtevnnf A> Co. 212 Hoeton Milt
Farm, tlmi-r. ilty Tonus. money
r»-ady. qui'k action. 109 Meblhorn.
Kl Hot t IMIHQ. §
Ron ay to loan on *t * y reaf es«atej
qul< k action I'hona Mallard
124* _
MONKY TO 1/>A»
Geo )l nr«en, 201 A read* flu tiding.
Money to loan on city real aetata;
•i'il' k ti"n I'hone lullard 114*.
« II \ t I I I % \|# < «.l I \ I l it M
uc e~^t monsy
on diamond* an-! Jewelry. low
ratea. private offices American
itwiry Co., Ml luOiA
IK yot; nkkii UofflHT
Is**na on houaahold goods, piano* or
per aotial notaa to « mployaa, turml
and payment reasonable Com*
and aer us,
KAHTKIIN f?ROKKRAOK CO
" ' • ('>••* I'l V a
For Sale — Miscellaneous
We I .tve a iar ife aaaortmant of
damaged hath tuba, alnka and
t>a«lr>)« a I If, Second H.
Uae oa»M*tt's Native llerba for con
atlpaHon, 60 tablata for He. All
dfugglata
Ona I.IOd-pounj liorae, in good con*
dltlon. all sound. Iteaaon for aoll
•:»ata. tfaaoan 24t|.
F*ra»h ■ >>w, Jeraay. first caif.
Trlf-e |7S 00 If D&nlals. Man
cheater, Wash
For Hal*—22-foot stoop. 12-fo-ot
beam fled Andarson's t>oat houaa,
Hal lard
THI; K loL
Third and Pike across from Claas
A Theatra. I'honc North \*i :
- I ' •••'■'•' a - * I A i.. t! ula
for lot K N lilrd. North 207.
Xmas tr»-'-a delivered. 2(c and up.
Phone Kait **>Tl
Carpets made over and laid. Kast
20 < 0.
Hot pound horae, #r**ntle, and will
work any place Beacon Iff.
New planoa for rent, rent applied on
purchaae Meyer-Toner. 314 Union,
Classified Directory
BANKS
fhT jiniik •.cr.xr:
Head offi. *. Toronto, Canada iHI
brnr.t tie* In Canada. ate. > General
banking bualnaas. Interest allowed
on saving* and time depoalta.
Itll PtlllMNfl PIM liKT TJJTEJ
roll BAI.B-NKW AND SSCOND*
KANO Carom and Pocket Billiard
Table* and bowline allays and ne
caaaorlaa, bar fixtures of aii kind*,
«a*y payment*. THE BRUNS
WICK-BALK K-COLA.KNDBK CO.
r<m i'k ittH n
Call KihHman. carpenter, repair*.
Main 11. •»
Wl leelwrisiTC wood turner. block
( HlHOPObim
tiallsL 4*S Arcads Uldf formerly
Walker Bldg "
•' < • <-• • a W k.i *>. mow
BLIm; HOURS- 10 la * Main S7I<L
A I.KH I.KWIS. houia 2 to S. 11l
Arrada Anner Main 1141.
~ -JUSKA! UJi!
iluaon. room 117 Hinckley. Elliott
1418. P'rce delivery.
< lllil'ltlllV*
KHiahlev<mP?fitp^}o^ N^<7f w ßteM
Hide. opposite postoffk*. Quick
collection*. aeuirmccta without
suit wher* poaalbla. l'hona El
liott ISU.
Have your bllla collected Nortk
i> ColleuJon i^o^43^Jj^r^lt
roaTlMlta kkvtkd
rant. 1017 Plka at. Main Kill.
nci'RITIVR AI.KNCT
Arcada Uld«. Criminal and cI»U
prlvata work, conaultallon confl
donllnl Klllolt 1471
H *T * IKnil
I.AWYRRI
" A~f ~ -~ 1 - ~' - ~ -°^- n
Joseph Allen, 405-409 Kllers Mu&lo
llld* All i«»iral subjects Consul
tation free.
ItURSFM. R FARRFI.L. 42* New
York Block. Cteneral practice, es
tate* laws husband and wife; con
sultation free. Klllott SIS.
Corwln Townsen£ Hal ley Bldg —
Consultation free; husband, wife
property rights, collections, bank
ruptcy.
HllTlian it Kuhn. Y*wyera, 211 New
York Hik Pi t nt»« practice specialty
Sotnmer. Lawyer. 103 2nd 3. <*onaul
tftM'Ti
mi an it
Sheet mu»lcf 10 ce r. f«, voca 1. "Car
mena " Spaniah waits mng. "Ave
Maria" from "Cavalier!* Rustl
cana. "Heauty'a Ryes." "Queen of
the Karth." Mall orders carefully
filled Fry Music Co.. 4«s Walker
OPTII M>n
Optometrist, 701 -TO3 Lear) Uulld
ln* Main >174
Myers «>pthal Co Hank Hid.
IMTRM *i I o|«M \«.
OROANIZKR. rHCVKLOPBR. PAT
KNT.« THAT 5K1.1.; 2(1 jrmri New
York, Chli-ago cxpertem-e. 711
Central Blrig
Adams * Brook «, rt-irlufproit 'Patent
on<t Trmlo Mark Attorney*; II yr.ira
111 Seattle. SOO Civ Mm! IllllMtnff.
C 1> HASKINS. PATKNT ATTI >R7
■«y. TU N>w Tork Bid. Main HIT.
Ma son. Ken wick. Lawrence' 431
Burke Blrt*
rU"TKH>» *jn JJimKM
South. Uml equipped »hop. M»ln
606K
I'HOI (Mill \ I'll I If s
rfVVW*^VVW>A/WVA^WVWVVVW
Photos that please :*re made at
JOHNSON'S
liberty R>«lr . 3rd and Union.
I*ll YM« 1 \ N -
PHINTKIIH
ft t ''T<': i'iiiii i"'» s»-!"M \ !•::'!■■!t r
s| %M) 111 Min II villi's
7iT ■• ' ■ ■'
\KroN " MSv »> « ' >'
ftoomfhnmi c!< •t» Tmi
oncbnnned. 1017 I'iUf M.'i"
amammmmmmrnrnrn.- i mi iMMXMnn mm «
H'r(»n \<.T \vn lit t>M.-ni <o
Wlllhim Jolly. SO7 Pine st.
CLOCK 4MI W %TCII lIKIVUItIXN
spring*. Jewels, 7f»o each, glasses.
10c. Jacobson. First and Stewart. J
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