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J&, (OLE STEVENS-DURYEA
I'JIJ L MOTOR CARS
m\\K F. H. BARDSHAR, Distributor
Broadway and East Union St. East 1080
VAN BRUNT MOTOR CAR CO.
Telephone East 1125. 1722 Broadway.
■■ TJ STUTZ MOTOR CAR CO.
Jl ® 7 j NorihMMl l»Ui rfhotnr*.
t'hon# I «il til
THE CAR THAT MADE QOOD IN A DAY.
SSSS" MILLER AUIO CO
DORRIS TRUCKS I,I,LLLII nu 1 v VU '
604 «Ca*t Pike. M. A. MIIJ.KR. Manager
W. H. Barnes & Son
* Guaranteed Continuous Senrl-s. Cover* fcvery Truck Sold.
Garage and Salesroom 610 Seneca St. Phone Main 6404.
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tAll I Lllvnlt 15,5 broadway
Vl 1-1 ■ fcll Vl PHONE EAST 467.
V 0 a laperul Automobile Agency
I ham I Meaart Waller SL t» "atton
1 fhor>« Kut U(«
m < pr!c#4 fr-»m lI.HS to fit t'
Hudson - Paige--'-"- -
Studebaker w *T h . ou 'A. Tr c °
_ _ , Auto Department
Gartord Touring Cart and Motor
lippard-Slewart Trucl " „
If DIT ss:MIT
nII r 1 Pbone Elliott iwta. I• m it* 1 ■
We are Devoting Our Time to the Disposal of
If Your Car Is for Sale, or if You Wish to Buy
a Car, See U«.
AUTOMOBILE PURCHA3E A. SALES AGENCY
411 JOSHUA GREEN BLDG. PHONE ELLIOTT 4483
Lost article* are usually found
by Star want ads In the "Loat and
BY A DENTIST
ON FIRST AVENUE
P*opl« rnrrt+ to my off *>v*rj
<1 ay an'l * .out t.*-|r «r rot.t>»/|
' f ' b*lr moi,i Y, y «i • <1 #• n 11«t on
Jtrwf av r#»p: ♦••ritlnf hlrn«»lf to ba
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mv patient* ur <! \ven >ff r (l y uta
t".n MT omcr.H nrm at
713 first Avp., I'nion Block
T nri to **v* yoti ]ur(
f>r,p <1 .11 *• - «>»••/ 11 rri y. i [>ny rn* «
dollar for work
v. t.! it. v wr.rk !« oft«n parlor It
ro«t» you thftfi on«-half th# prfra
rhiir»r«'l y y •' < r hljrh
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Paw ira *>f Dr Rrowm.
fDWIN 1. FROWN, D. D. S.
fleattlr'a l.fiiillng Oftitlat
713 First Avenue
-v-niTK. linill - Hi-tundey*
•alii 4 tm butyl* wLo work*
.along AUTO ROW
A TON OF MONEY
A ton of money, consisting of
sacks of pennies, nickels, dimes ami
silver dollars, was brought to this
port Friday by the steamship Ad
mlral Farragut from San Francisco.
The hlcken feed" cargo, which
was made up of 100,000 pennies,
40,000 nickels, 50,000 dimes and 10,
000 nllver dollars, wan shipped 1,,
the Wells Farro Nevada National
bank of Han Francisco, to the Na
tional bank of Tacoma. It took hi\Jf
an nour to get all the tnoney on
board at Han Francisco.
MISSIONARY WILL SPEAK
Rov. Atkinson, missionary, who
ha* lust returned from .lapan, will
speak In the Oilve Branch Mission,
at 109 11 Main St., Sunday after
noon, at 3:30. All aro Invited.
A liafl Cold that
lianas tin, is broken up by
Humphreys' "Seventy seven"
( atcliinff ( '<M is always pre
ceded by lassitude, a feeling
of weakness as if some serious
illness was pending, this first
sign 'if a Cold is .seldom n«ti<
ed or heeded, though this is
the time "Seventy seven" is
If yon wait until your bones
begin to ache; till you
to cough and sneeze, it may
take longer. All I )rug Stores,
25 rents and $1.00, or mailed
ll»irii|»lirr/«' Homao M-dl 'n« li.fc
Wllllaii** Hi. .Saw «*.— Advar iiavioaiU.
NEWS OF THE AUTO WORLD
Higher Into the altitude of the
Sin i n Nevada mountains than an
automobile lui* i'Vit Bono In form.
Kalph Hauilln of L*>s Angeles r<
• -•<llll y pushed lh« nose of the fa
mous Kranklln raring car lO.GOO
feet up Into the air
Mr. Ilainlln, wit*» n party of
friends. wont up In the Sierras on n
camping trip. While then* ho In
rjulr«»«1 from the natives what was
j Iho highest point In tlx* mountain* n
| motor car hail ever gone, ami learn
•■it that one machine had got as far
aa a certain mine. Thin |H>lnt had
■ marked the evtretno limit. Mr Mam
lln « car. that hi»d scorched aero**
the hurtling sands of the Imperial
valley, 147 feet tielow the ocean'»
surface. waa aent to heat this altl
, tude record lie reached the mine
without having encountered any
difficulties, and drtenntned to go
Hut there appeared no way to no
The thick utiderbruah and Immetiae
Jagged bouldera block, il hi* way.
obtaining the services of a guide,
tho bouldera were rolled out of the
I way and a rough trail cut. along
which the rnr wrnt When the
Franklin had reached 10,600 feet
above aea level. Mr Hamlin wax sat
Th!a altitude atunt of Mr llamltn
la claimed to be the h!gh« at point a
motor car ever reai bed In Callfor
Mr llamlln reports that the
; view alone at the high point he
reached wa* worth the work of
chopping out the trail, He looked
down Into the head water* of the
King's river. Owens river and the
atreama that feed the Yosemlte, and
| could aee the Iron mountain and
the sharp peaks of the Mloareta.
Among 14 enr* entered In the at|.
toinobtle rare* at Missouri Mate
Pair, held at Hedalla a Klaael Kar.
; driven by Harry I.llley, flnl»he<t
flrat. doing the 10 mile* In holier
than II minute* The Mercer was
a close second and the t'ole third
\n lnteri'*tlng fact In connection
j with the race wa* the remarkably
; *hort Dm* In which the winning
i Klaael Kar was made ready for the
| event, having arrived from Kaunas
; City Just In time to compote !.«•**
| than two weeka prevloualy this car
»a» a partial wre. k, and It* recon
: *tructlon wa* completed at ;• o'clock
| the day before tho race The car
I wa* driven through from Kan*aa
City to Srdalla.
All Flowers of the season at low
est prtcM. The Itosery, Hivß 8«io
ond At.- Killott 4241.
;N THE MOVIES.
The second wwk'i offering of the
! Clommer's choice of the fierieral
Fllrn Co '» •>*< luslve sorvlce fo,<
tures, "The Fruits of Vpncatii n
two-part sp< « Sal. and throe eicep
I tlonal comedies.
The Fruits of Vengeance" la a
! sensational tragedy of the air. It
! shows the result of a man s Jealouajr
'and how h" tried to got oven for a
Tlw- < onu'il are built for laugh
Ing purposes. "In a Moss Con try"
i I* taken In a *••< tlon where tho au
j tomobllo la a stranger. Thero Ih
| something doing when the farmers
| Invent In one. "Troubles of an
i Actor" shows e*perl«»n<e« of a fol
I lower of the Shakespearian school
of tnurcdlans "Tho Tramp l'olb •
find* a good ninny things fotnlng
Mr way; irnmn good, some other
Mrs. Arthur II flrush. nno of He
: uttle • popular lyric soprano*. re
turn* to the Cletnmer for a short
• • •
"fvrjthy," a tworoel Kclalr. I* a
story of th» girl, Cynthy, who, after
being buffeted about the world,
find* a home In the Wept, Hhp falls
Mr lovp with a bad man, who lines
her a* a shield for his deeds IMs
covering her mistake, the girl's
heart Is broken and she retires to a
"The Tramp Dentist*" Is the tals
of two tramps who take possession
of a dentist's office while he and his
assistant are away on a cruise, and
drive the rightful owners away
when they return llut the call of
the road Is too much for tho real
"The Clue" Is a detocllve slory In
which a "V scar on a thumb leads
Ito th« detection of a murderer
! These lire featured at the Class A
"lyive and War" Is the til If of
Hi«> wo part F'athe play that will be
the feature of the new bill opening
at the Colonial tomorrow An army
officer, after falllriK In love with a
village maid. Is callnd to the wars,
but lixui his return transfers Ills
affections to a leader of society,
who unknowingly has employed his
former swtwtheart us her maid
Then comes sorrow for one of tho
Klrls and Joy for the other.
Oth-r numbers on the new pro
gram are The President's .Special,"
one of Kaletu s famous railroad pic
tures. "Fatl.v'« Affair of Honor," In
which a duel with pistols plavs an
Important part "Peggy's HiiriHni '
Is a snappy comedy with sentiment
Host modern outside rooms, 2fic
to CiOc. Hte'vart Mouse, 80 West
THE STAR—SATURDAY. NOVEMBER t. 101.1.
EASY METHOD OF
FINDING GAS LEAK
In the ira* lino from rnr
burotor to cyMndera will aoniottnu'a
oauao trouble To toat for am h
It-akH, apply oil tn ovory Joint whllo
th<« motor la running. \V»it« h tho
jolnta, and If the oil la aucked In
the Joint will need tightening or a
now* KMMket, uaually the latter, for
oireaatve tltrhtenliiK of jolnta will
aoiiietluiea twlnt tho aurfaeoa out
of true ho that the Joint will leak
more than «*Vor.
When fitting a iraaket, t»#» aure
that It d(H<i not projex t on tli** tnMdo
of the manifold, not only In order to
pr« vent It offering friction to the
mixture, but to prevent It being
fra><vl and dlalntegrated. and pleeea
being rarrlod up to clog tho valve.
"IMocea of aatioatoa gat ket have
been known to get on a cylinder
head where, becoming Imamlrn
cent, they have cauaod bad prelgnl
All Marion Wiring Comei
to One Place
One of the most unique and con
vvnlent feature* of this seasons
< ars I* the electric light wiring »t*
tem of the 1914 Marlon model* Kn■
tirely new, the novel, single termin
al bo< plan Is attracting wide atten
tion among automobile men gener
ally Ity the arraniccrnent ea< h set
of lamp* on the car haa an Individ
ual circuit, and every terminal Is
broiiKht to a single Junction bog,
located on the dash, convenient to
the driving seat
Kvery w ire on the car Is protected
over Its whole length by metallc
flexible tub ng, and clipped to frame
to prevent rattling. My this means
the entire wiring syatem I* made
water, weather and leak proof
To provide every feature possible
for the convenience of the owner
and drlter ha* been one of the alma
of the Murton engineers this *«aaon.
and many exclusive points, of which
tbl* Improved wiring system Is tyt>-
leal, are doing much to make the
new Marlon popular.
Hupp Captures Third
Victory in Europe
Mm« Fanfomawa. the only mm
an ch»»ff»ur In Rumli, won the one
inlln rm« at Moscow In o<6 la*t
Thursday, accoriHn* to the third
cable received during the prratnt
week from John I. I'oole, Kuropean
r«prr»(!iiUllv<! of the Hupp Motor
far Co, and all told of th« sltrnal
*|rtorlfl for the Detroit ina<l« car,
one In Germany, another In Italy
and another In ituxsla
Clemmer Sunday Until Tetday
"The Fruit* of Vengeance." two
part feature, "In a Ho** Country."
"The Tramp Police," "Trouble* of
an Actor," comedies.
• • •
Cl*** A Sunday Until Tuesday
"Cynthy," two-reel Kclalr drama;
"Tb«" Tramp (tent!*?*," .Toker com
edy, The flue," Rev. drama.
• • •
Colonial Sunday Until Tuesday
"Ix>ve and War, two-part Path
play; "The President'* Special,'
Kalem drama, "Fatty'* Affair of
Hon >r," comedy. "Peggy s liurglar,
• • •
Dream Sunday Until Tuetday Night
When .May Wed* I fcreenitwi,"
Sellg dratna, "An Rvenlng With
Wild-r Spender," Kiograph comedy;
"Thn Stopped Clock," lilograph
drama; "Too Many Tenant*," Pathe
• • •
OranJ Sunday Until Tuetday Night
"The Revenge." Ma|c*tlc drama;
"A Hidden.Treaauro Itnnch," Amer
ican. "One Hound D Rrlen Conw*
Ka*t," Opollo comedy; "Two Men
and a Mule," Hellancn comedy.
• • •
Melbourne Sunday Until Tuesday
"The Heart of Kathleen," three
part feature; "The Speed King,'
Keyktone comedy, "The Old Folk*
at Home," Tharihou*er drama.
• • •
"The Miner * Destiny," Pathe two-
I part feature; "Illrd* of Prey," K i
jem drama; "The Keformatlon of
Dad," Sellg comedy.
• • •»
"The Miracle of the Ko*e*," Pathe
drama; ".Mm'* Reward," Luhln
drami; "The Man In the Street,'
Sellg drama; "The Taming of Het
ty," Vltagraph comedy.
• • •
Alhambra Until Sunday Night
"The Resiles* Spirit." three reel
! Victor drama, "The CheeHo Hpe
| elal," Joker comedy; "A Trip
Through Algiers and Tunis," *c«utc
• • •
At the Home Until Sunday
"Rob Roy," three reel*; "None
I hut the Bravo Deserve the ?"
OPEN FORUM TOMORROW
The Open Forum will meet In City
Hall park tomorrow afternoon, at I
o'clock. The topic* for dl*eu*Hloii
are "The New City Charter," "Cltv
■ Railway*" und "Place* for Public
Mr 11 I, ('nniplon, branch man
ager, Mr 1.. McKllherrcti, motor tire
department. Mr, K/.rn Kendall, Mr
J \V. Klomliig. and Mr. llert Stev
ena, advertlMlnx manager, have all
returned from Akron, o, home of
the Mre*ttno- tire* The boy* vlHlt
ed aeveral c||| ( .» In the Kaat, auch
a* Chicago, Cleveland, PtttHhurg,
New York i Itv and St I<oiilh, Kan
•a* t'lty, Otnaha and Denver. Colo.
The boy* anawered a nutnlmr of
queafclona naked by th<> general pub
lic In the KaMern cltlea regarding
our benutlfiil city, which all the
boya put forth a* one of the mtiat
I>< autlful and energetic cltlea of the
W'eat. Aa four of th*' boya Iwlong
to Heatl*. Klk*' lodk'e. No >2. they
vlalted all the Kaatern lodgi *, and
received the hearty cooperation of
all the boya for tho convention In
1916. Mr. M< Kllherrun will prol>
ably be more contented In the
future, aa he Junt Joined the Wed
lock before his trip ICa*! Mr Mc
Kllherrwn I* a very handaonia youtiK
man. ami ever)laxly on the way
there and here iruve him n wnrm
hand *bak<' and wl»hed him a long
and prosperous life.
Germans Plan to Build
Ant "in to regain tho laurels
snatched from her brow bv <#ou«,
Holllot, hawson ami others, <Jer
nmnv H contemplating the erection
of n race courae similar to that of
the Indianapolis motor speedway;
at least that Is what a letter re
calved from Adam Opel, a promi
nent automobile manufacturer of
ltue«sleaheim. would aoem to Indl
■ate. Th- QltlSil bullili-r haa
asked for draw ing* showing the gen
eral plan of the s; e..<!way, n* well
a* Ita construction In detail. Ktatlng
that the erection of a llk« racing
plant In his native town miui being
i onsldered. rhe IndlanaiKill* cour*e
ba* been selected as a model. It is
thought. be< a use of the IntcrnatloQ
al prominence It haa received
through l»s annual f.'V»-mile contest,
the greatest In the world.
NEW SPECIES OF HOBO
TourUt* who carry spare tire* on
the rear have dl*< o\» r«| a new nul
i«in « in the form of the "auto
hoho" He la a *ort of ernhrw*
*anderlu*t victim. however, for the
veteran «• ntry of the aid* door Pull
man would have difficulty In flndlnsr
a aeat In the circular *pa<o In which
the youiuuiter la »<■ comfortably
i urled up
THERE'S COMEDY NOW AT THE
MOVIE THEATRES; MANAGERS
HAVE LEARNED THAT IT PAYS
Nancy H. Buikett
Comedy nil** nt (hi- movlci.
And the town fed* better for II
I made a rour<l of the picture house* la*t night. ___
laughing There * nothing like I! for good dlge*tlo>i
I alwa>* claimed the public run have what llf
ln way of an iiM-nii'tu If It wants It badly >(*
enough iml will let It lw known to the right parties L
Ho. nUiut two week* *go, when the fitraw*. In the
■if -TV I
wind «u blowing. I wrote a little K<|tilb about weary tji<\ '
people wanting fun. Mow they are huncry f<ir u *■
laugh The article toll how the majority of ;>eople
(co to thi' movie* for ree i atlon and relief from every
dn\ trouble*, the cverv dayne** of which hei Olnrs r*",j'.jpSr^
monotonous That thet wnnixl room romcrti
It h the *olld truth that about that time I saw a
1 lint write up was not Intended for a knoek. but
Juwt n tip to the movie manager* I was Retting tired
of the doleful remark* i heard, and hadn't time to In
tervlew .■ irh inaii.i- . So 1 took tlio short cut and Njncy Buikett
put a few xlmple line* m the paper
The manager* took It handsomely. Kvery picture hou*e In Seattle
I* running at least one comedy. Some are u*lng more. It did my heart
good la/n night to hear the gurgles and ti'ter* of laughter all over the
hou*e And lo »< e even the gray head* holding their sides with healthy
laughter. It wai worth while.
The people slept better for limt night * hearty laugh. Y< terday's
burden* are lighter today.
And the manager* have not lo*t by ih« turn they have given the
Work of preparing the choir of
1,000 boy* and girls who will par
tlcip.it>> In the musical services lo
tie given at the Plymouth church
ChrDtma* day will begin Sundnv
.1 W. Mather will have chargo of
• • •
"Practicing Law In Heaven" it
th« "uhjoct rh«H« n by Kvanßollnt
IMp 'r nf Mnlno for Mh Icctur«» Sun
day .iltfht In tho now hall at Third
av. and I'nlvrrnlty «t.
• • •
P. K. Ram*wamy, Importer, con
ducting a store nt 111N Second av .
who. It Is charged, defrauded the
government by understating value
of good* shipped Into this country,
was given a hearing Friday, lie
was hound over to the federal
gran 1 Jury.
• • •
Gordon Heath, of 107 Taylor av.,
was ■ 4uck by an auto driven bv II
Hani")', 925 Seventh av. N , nt
Fifth av. and Thomas si . Friday
nlgfit. Heath was lirulseil about
the right thigh and suffered ,i
slight wrench of Ills back.
Tim inaniißrtH <>f the nntnpmuH
nutomobllo blio|im lilimK Hoiv
Bcctll l(i !>'• W(>nrltlK IliP hiiil|i> Mint
cnn't rntnn off lh<> prist wcpU, n lilrli
In InrKolv nttrilmti'il to Iho fine
Many hhlch liiivk b«'i>n reported
aluu* tho Row, aud tho Uuick Co.
BUICK HAS NEW
AGENT IN WENATCHEE
Mr VV T Thornhlll, of tho Thorn-
Mil Auto Co., \Wnatchee, a< < oim
pnnlod by Mh wife, made u flying
trip to Health* hint v*e«-k, Hint while
In tho city completed arrangement!'
with tho Huh k Auto Co. to repre
Kent them In Wenatchee find terri
tory for tho coming •eauofi
In apeaklng of bualneaa condition*
In Wcnatrheo vulloy, Mr. 'I liornhlll
atated tluit tho fruit rrop v. an tin
uaually Hood thin year, ami thw In
dk>Uoni aro that pfOSpWttf 'h on
the way home Ho alan expreaaed
Hlm cniiiploto wntlxfit' Moii with tho
Hulck lino and wan delighted with
the I>olro nyitoni of Martina und
IlKhtliiK. an ItiHtMll* <1 Upon tho va
rlouK Huh k model* Mr. Thomhlll
tcxik dellvory of <u»o «»f tho MrxJol
26, f. vc paaHotiKor lUilrkt, In Kruy.
MAKE SHORT TRIPS
Tbl* I* the *<>aaon of the year
when many niotorlats are planning
fall tours, and c«jie< lully to HUtiny
California Many make the com
mon mistake of trying to go too far
In ono day. Kor a man who la nc
catomed to driving over country
road*, and handle* a car evary day
for a certain dlntimce, 200 milea a
day I* not a hard drive, but for a
buaincaa man who drives hi* car a
few miles over buay striata, 20n
milea a day la too far Then* is no
sense In spoiling a tour by reaching
a destination tired out Have a
good Wine, and don't travel faster
than Is enjoyable to every person
In the part). One hundred mll< * a
day ls a good average Many be
glnnera make the mistake of driv
ing too far the first few day* when
they get their new machine, rvnd set
tired out and nervous The begin
ner should not try to see bow many
centuries he can run off the first
day, but should take It slow until
ho net* accustomed to his car, and
h« will find that he will get along
THIS WILL BE
I/"IS ASOKLKB. Not 1 When
It ronifn to real touring equipment,
l»r. I. Ilarvev of Angel?*,
C»l., ha* about *<t a pare I»r
lla vey In alxiut to set out on a tour
of the t'nlted States with h's fiun
lly. and ha* heen many mouths per
fect In* hi* equipment. a* he desire*
to enjoy e»ery comfort while on the
He will cover the I'nlfed States.
Canada and Mexico, and I* planning
an Itinerary which will require be
tween 10 and 12 years to complete. j
claim that they are unable to get
their car* faat enough, and the fact
that they have none In their Rales
room would Indicate that there is
some truth In their story
WALK TO WORK
INDIANAPOLIS. Nov 1 —Indian
npolis walked lo yvork today. The
street car lines were tied up tight
The men struck during the night
because the company refused to ar
bitrate demands for better pay and
KEEP OUT OF SALOONS
MADISON, Wis. Nov. I The
Wisconsin university student con
ference has adopted a resolution
prohibiting freshmen from entering
in all tho numerous ailments caused
by defective or irregular action of
tho organs of digestion and elimi
nation —certain to prevent suffering
and to Improve the general health—
Sold to boiM. 10c.,
ACCfSSORIES AND SUPPLIES
BALLOU & WRIGM I
A iitomolilln Su(ip]|«'H. G. 4J. Tlree and Tube*—a Saf« R'ir.
I lit r.aat r«M Ph'in« B«<> 4Tt J
"Kvkhtt 111 n'<i ron rnr. a>to man and hi* ' ar"
IME WASHINGTON AUTO SUPPLY COMPANY
Phon* K«»l «»7 «11-tJO E*«< r*llt» B«
BALLOU & WRIGHT
MO I «»Vt€ \ i I I * A*l» Hll %l I »;•«
IVorflmral l>lfttrtbut«»r« fndlnn nml |-,»<l»l«-rn Hofnrryrl#«
I NI7 V nftl I'lkt* fcfrrrl. I'ltonr I <71. J
A. L. HALL
Mmtnr'y< I«a »i< < !<•«. Hi-;-,'ilrfnK, Ounnnilth, l.< <kn *n4 K«y«.
B|)ortlnK <iood». KveryUilriK In Arc xsorlM.
| Phone Elliott 1311. 1021 First Avenue.
MINNEAPOLIS MOTORCYCLE AGENCY
K I' 111 %JK Manager.
1011 I'lkf K|. I'hone Main Mil
T«<> rri'ilor' ani f«>re f*ra.n*w and - r.«5 ir» ma# hlnee
• '-Id and *»■ 'tariffed for lah >r t»-rm» We - arr par'- r«-i>a!r a'. m»k»l
<if molWT' »■» Flrat » ma-Mr.•• ahoj' and ma«har - i' tl-m.
(Or p"r h'-ur 'iu*<llnf .'>• per idllon oil, JOc quart
"WATCH US GROW."
DALITZ MFG. AND SALES CO.
W« ar* Int'-tillng an Auto fining tatton In front of our p:a*-e n* buclneaa
Our >>itflt for handling gaa la tha m' » modem obtglnaMe arid tt wlil *r»M»
• t g1 >. • aurnara 1» * ».»at air.'l «|tjl< <Mt aervleg p'.aalb'e. Our io'at! n I* the
beat In town.
f»aao|lne will t»e auiil at 14c per gallon.
I»AI IT/ Mid %M» HAI.KH CO.
11l li < HOWS <iA», 14c OAI.
W> hair InataJled an <>«>g'-n ( arbon ((emoting Outfit nnri are rwnlr to remove
rarbnn from any make motor.
(.1% I. I * A THI \»
Used Ford Automobiles
1911 Runabout. now tiros. reeular factorv equipment. A 375.00
1912- Runabout. Uiught now In March this year, t:ood tires, extru
1912 —Runabout, llew tires, 4 extra tires, tire chains. electric lights,
cushion*. top, curtain*, speedometer, extra tools. shock ab
sorber. cli.rk A 175.00
1912 r. passenger, factory equipment x IJ.VIHI
$25(1 rush, 1.'.0 per month.
19 IS—&< passenger, electric lights, new tires, fully equipped
1910—Queen, Roadster; would make a fine llfcht delivery car; one
extra tire, two extra tubes, cushions, top, storage battery
WE HAVE A NUMBER OF GOOD
TRUCKS FOR SALE
1910 Thomas. 2 ton ftH.MMMI $ W>.oo cash: terms.
1911—Tourist. light dMTWT. *41."»4UM); Uri
1911 Kelly, ton. *|4»4MUMI.
1911 Fierce.arr >w. 2-ton, $|S(M). terms. Will consider real
Automobile Purchase & Sales Agency
411 Joshua Green Bldg.
Phone Elliott 4453
FOR SAI.F 1911 n pa«senper Apperson, In fine condition, electric
lights, tire chains, extra tire, fully equipped; $1,000. Phone
Queen Anne 2353.
TO SHOW HEAVEN
TV H. Batimitardt. lecturer and ax
tronomer, will be tho Hllrnction a>
the Sunday club of the Y. M. ('. A.,
for mpn only, Sunday afternoon,
when hp will dollar an illustrated
lectute on "Thi> Glory of (iod In the
Heavens." Ho «11l Illustrate hi"
talk with photoprn, hir tildes made
by astronomers through the famous
telescopes at Mount* Wilson and
liam.lton. In California.
M°nt Col and Mrs Scott, the
provincial officers for the states of
Washington and Orefton for the Sal.
\atlo,i Army, will conduct special
servic<*s Sunday. Mornlnp service,
II o'clock, subject. "A Higher l.lfe";
afternoon, at subject, "Collective
and Individual Re-tponslMlity";
Bight, at K, subject, "Tho Four
REV. BROWN TO LECTURE
He.'. Hu*h Klmer Brown's lec
tures on Christianity and health bp
fore the Women's Bible class at I'll-
The Shoe Repair Man
■ ,V ' , ?16 Union St.—2 Shops—llo Madison
Invito you to call and inspect their new office, corner Third an (J
I'ike, with entrance 1504 Third nv., over Bank for Savings.
This new office la finished entirtly In white enamel and Is
sanitary from every standpoint. You will !><> treated courteously,
and examination of your mouth and estimate of Its Immediate needs
will cost you nothing.
Gold Crowns ft.'t.OO J Gold Fillings !jtt and up
Bridgework $5.00 j Silver Fillings ,»()<»
Plates *r».<M> I Painless Extraction ,■>()£
Rhoads Oers taS Co.
Dr. Frank O. Rhoads, Mgr.
THIRD AT PIKE
Office Hour*—9 to 6 Week Days: 10 to 1 Bundays
Evenings by Appointment
crlm <"onirrecatlonal church are be
in* 'irsely attended each Tuesday,
Ht 10:15 a m. His subject for next
: Tuesday w ill be "Tho I'ses of
TO SPEND 575000
The council finace committee has
roc nin.i nded a bill to purchase
"n.iiiio.Oiiii f, of timber In Cedar
river watershed from 1. M and A.
.1 Weaver for $75,000. The pur
rhnse Is to protect the water sup
ply from contninhiatlon that would
result If thp timber was disposed of
to private parties.
DIFFERENT KIND OF TOAST
Susie had written on the black
board the sentence, "The toast was
drank In silence." and turned to her
class lor them to discover the mis
Little Tommy Ooosenberry waved
his hand frantically, and. point; to
tho board, scrawled the correction,
"The toast was eaten In silence."
SAN* FItWCISCO. Nov. 1 —
Weather Forecaster Wlllson ex
pressed the opinion that the ralu
which began during the afternoon
would not continue long.