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The Star Want Ad Rstfi
One f#nt * woM per Inaertlm
St* tlmca for t> e Pi'lo# "f ft**
Coupon lioi'k* on» hundred Hnr*
to l<e uap.l aa do aired fft Oft
!U'P nfi> Sit »i«t ton ad- < ' »'•
rata
Kunaral Kotloai *•'
Tmn«Unl—l hnr«r %d«ertlali«u
per Una per Inaertton . *c
Sit Inaertlona for the prloe of five
IP par caol ilUnMinl If Mil I* i»at«l
within 10 davn aftar fIr•« Insertion
r 11 MfLlalW
84A9 Patlard Ava
Want A.I At ant In HalUrit.
iraiiii
OM6TMY
This directory is intended
f*r the convenience of any one
desiring "something a little out
of the ordinary in their daily
need* and requiring it in a
hurry. The firm* represented
below make a specialty o' im
mediate service and will plad
lv furnish any information
that is necessary. Remember,
satisfaction is guaranteed by
every advertiser.
Just Use Your Telephone!
ATTORNEYS-AT I.AW
IfMRi il* FATHF.U -«>• N T l«th
Oanara' »«tat»« lawa huafeand
and w|f» .*or»aiil»%• on fraa KtM ot -<t
ArvK 4 ! fi'fci--jonifrH ACOPT
TOHV«T: J® jaara •ipaHan'-'I f
haabantf an»*. wlf* f»ropar»* rl#h'a
rnr.r. v • *
«•« Kttara Muato Bide V«ln
AT TO DELIVERY
AUTI DELIVERY CUD.
t.on* tflaltn ** »»v-\ JB'J I * _ w _
BILLIARD TABLES
FOR HAI.K" N>« and •* -ond hand i-arom
and rockat Jllllfard Tat'*a and bowling
allaya and arcaaa<trlaa har ftaturaa nt
all hlada aaa* pajrmanta
BRrMinC* fIAI.K R • 4»I.I.RM>K».
BANKS
THI ("AVAPIAN BOiK or mHlltlt *
— H»ti Twmls "
► r«i> t>*» In <■!' 1 0««r«l f-*" 1,
Int butlnm tni*r#»« «*» ■**-
ln*a and ttma dap«ilta
p*«'tla Dnn ' MJ—V
IIMKLMAN- Jobbing and rapatra Matn
1 til. |^| o
COLLATERAL LOANS
i«unr t.«>Ts* cha» >:■ T 'an»
Ch.«p..t rial**— E»«l*<
luttm C*. )•! s-»»rth«rl»
P(?v mil*. I'oartli «»««t I ""
JIfWI'f'TAB~C pU.-« to •«.-»"* n<-n»T
rri »n.l )»«»Irr !«•» r«f«»
prt* »t« >ff|>-»«L Am»rl<-«» J»«"» >
CHATTEL LOANS
jTv- «T 'V| (MM •> A «• V
KKTHOOt — L**imi from It* •• t« I
mada qul< hty and ©» f«»*
Rltura ptanoa. U»a«?ock. ate
ORftMAN AMr«?trAV
COAL AND WOOD
»Anoraw»HT a »i
wll»n» r««'.
CHIROPRACTOR
lANfOBD Palmar graduata i«ll Ar
catfa Pltfg
IfoOKSTO CHiaO-THERArT *• P"
tfara haa'ing whara athara fall. alia
D^posit^vaults
fl A TEA P. aaruraa your *alua»»la p%para
awa« gtftf agatnat ftra and trurglara.
tft„^afra^
ELECTRIC SIGNS
KODRRV ?«I'iN WORKsV Ha-ranth
- -
junk""
AlHltJnkCo'-ii:i Cini »»• * kT.i.iii
«•»!
Junll 17«< l»t «» P F"i<m 1««1
LAWYERS
J r IIH IJ NO, Jt* Marlon Hi"« k WHIa.
pr«ha?». lawa hu»*»and and artf» »h
atrarta. aoilactlaaa damagaa. gaaarai
prartlga. Kaagowabla.
LFOI.a MAT Bt-INN—Woman taw yar
D«vmM«le trooblaa. gaaarat praetlra;
aonauiratl-in fraa; oonfldantla! tit
f.yon pidg Vain ?Tai
MOVING AND STORAGE
RUT® DELIVERY 01.
I /in* MittfMi Kllloft 55 4
Broadway trav>ff.k r<l Pu- ■■>,
and h«tiMh«M j moved Kaat to:
" MUSIC
MI'HIC Ft'BLIHHICI) 4N P fOPI'LA R
I sad E'ho X iilc I'u l *. Co, I'aopla •
HMi
OPTICIANS
JfRAKBRPATrRfO.V OITI'AI. I>EI'T
J W Kdmuri'li. Oph I». manager,
•erond and t'rtlvaratty Main 7100
_ Main ?j74 f" ; ilar pr|<-e«
PLUMBING
Haitvan n.i imi sii * Cr.atixo •■<>
Physicians and Surgeons
f>it rti-.A.vr TVKKK ;oi"7T riM« —
Spertal aff" W•• mer and *')rn«n
COKIfULT ATI ON "FRKK ai/IT r/r*V7fT
ur.nn Mr Ma< y lat 4 fferond ave.
nppoalia Arrade entrance.
Dft AHHTOS 414 A mar I cat Hank Hid*
Practice limited to bladtlsr, kidney and
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
I>R GBO. If HI i:H A*ute" ani atironfto
dlcaofl. woman* dleordera. conflne
menta (01 Crary lildg . Lnlon at Fifth
Mai 44 4
SHOE REPAIRING
fcIKKkSI/rt mo4»m ahoe repair ahop, 10-
minute service tihoe shining parlor
110 H pMr>* ■»
storage"
l»flY, FiItKPhoFF storage warehouse. !
''antral Wl'»rage '' ■■ !'»*. Whlt« I' Itr
SIGN PA I NOTING
M' iDRRN M'SN « 14 2r» Hfvrnit.
Killotl 1240
?T,7iTiT aiitn xKm> i«'.t • *», k ioTTTT/T
"well drTlling and"
TESTING
► * * < at Mtlri THIT
PATENT ATTORNEYS
fr'KKD P. (JORIN jy*-'
nay. Patents
•orurad or fee refunded 701 ('antral
Hid* Main '»•& Kr«e book on pxtanta
Adami it Keynxlda. C 4» ('antral Bldg
F*n_w| k | .14 IV li ,r k NI
i funeralTnotice
Iv7(7n Kit -«>!#•. 'in rKliTTl'y, All*. MX
-41 yaara K« laav#«a t >ur < hlldr#»n, 'Mr
Koln*r, Aiifiiatlna H«»lnar, Mr* Ham
(flaon and Mra M Fnnaral
**rvU'** will !»«• Mmiday avanlog,
A'i* 14 at Hp m , «i f'heaaant. Wl*-
rina A ''o. rliap«-l, -.11? Ilitllard a«•
lntarmcnt win t.ih* pla«o Tuesday,
Aug 17th, at t-'lr. Waah
SI'tJ.JVA " 7 in thlr 'It / ,\ ~i tr <i ~i l'♦| -7
Ow#n T Hulllvan, of l.'l'i v. tat
•traat. a*«d 4• >»--»ra balovrd huahand
of Marv K an<l • - r 'if l\»trl< k F",
and r»anl»i VV Hulllvan. of thl« r|t>
Funeral Wednaaday morning. Augu«»
!•. a' i n'rlorH from r»«M«fnr» and 10
'• rlork from HI. J'«taph a rhur«-h.
K.gh'aanih avanua and Aloha
Informant In private pint. Calvary.
Collina f;c>% funeral dlractorg.
MOTORCYCLES
\t <» I i »I; <' Y« IPM Nf« Hint ■••••nil 'mil
alt tuak»« lain* of theae taken -n n»*
INDIAN M»»I» • l<« * Y« * I .ICH Hallow A
X\ right ai? * Pike at . near |ii«»adwa>
», ».t ;
6 AUTOS FOR SALE
\ iiAHOAIV • %tl«.lri 't.|»»Mr«|ni
oat It Wafcain a «ro« ary. loth ami
Ja« ha«'rt IVai .Ml ;•»
•>< TVrp '"Mt 1 * toon rtKie rir
WANTED — t J RNI TURK
' ' '" ' '' ' " ' '
PHOTO SUPPLIES
LOU MAN X HAN FORD CO
ho4alia |*»M to«raj»hl.- t4u|«pll«a
nitvKt.oriMi
An* ala* rolt »^
ri*«i tr* anil i'har»-* Tal Mala Ttat
» MISCELLANEOUS
hahii aht> r*or\n*
Ar« vmt » .t'i« t.» >»uIM? Th«n K«v v«» i r
a%a»t ANt> pOOtlft dlraot fr«m th*
cnaaoftetartf Wa awn our #*« mill
M-M tnt • VMp a«*«har«
I rMM anal doort. ftrat qualltf,
IB ataa* H '•
I rfoi* nanal «I*»ora for |»atotlng.
4 ataa* ••
d >r» a t>lf .«..»• f'* "P
lli'nrtloa niamaM «<uh It "t*
? 'tcht M«n<laril «tadavi Tt up
i B Mtrt ♦ 11 • 4 *
"•» a*»n#n» aaah 9 ll*t*t
''Mti rl <«at fh«« ft«»>»ra ' *'
Kltoaaa rihtnat naaal .... *t
Horkar floar Mm . . I tt
\fa«lt.'lna «»h ii. «ra with mirror I '*
Bull n »aa '-aaln* par llaaal f» «t
Hull n ••• fc«a» par Itaaal f*»
Ouartar rounH < % la > |»af Itt t%
•• WJ
Vnal<la tfo-.tr framaa
t»#n«l for romptMta ratalogua Na. 11
Cailmataa glatflr ftirntaha.l
O P WII.UAIII CO
Phona Main 1l«T Ittt Flrat A»a *
7KNTH AWMOT"
l"y /tv J W.M. H llch.fi •C«
iii i ni.«f«itr
AUTIKIC! \t. TKKTII
Oia c«ld t-uchl Hour* It la « Mtl
IMrat bmta atora
$2.60
RTftIUAIUIVtt. *®*«TAn.lC# riTTKD
with ipharlral ramptata. U It.
Including •aamlaatlafi. Htbwarta Op
tamatrlat 3IT Rplar It.tcfc Hrvkaa
laoa»a dupllratatf
X9W pIaNO® ft>ll HIM. MfNt AP
nllad aa puruhaaw Mayar-Taaar. 11l
t'nton
500 95c
PA IS TIN'J pa t»*r hanging ' : •' * '
antta all w«rh Main 111?
11*1 WftrrUKß #«cMBd uaad »angaa
|n«r prlrw
I II IN I IV (• — Jaa t p: ' haa'naaa .-ar't« II
poat p« Id Of har low pr|«-aa WfH»
Cimmartlal Prtatlng Co, IIS Kptar
icuiott ?»??
j MfTlr~\l, »• £< ; OMI> rV«-»t AVnB
tttt Waallaha. ICIIIott JtTt
Oaarlng howaa t»r Iwatrttwtotg
| onoc* k iii kh
ftuy tham rhaap at ill* liltth ata |
4' ITIII mmi- lokirt "and *b Irt w a tat
poiaf MS Virginia at
ftp A Noisiit t t>latf*a anarp«n
t »■( «•« taat tth a«' Vain a
j CMI HFaM I' \ d >«• ' haaplir n»|rk Nla
Chelan Mariravllla %%"aah p 1
s IN'l Mirhlnat aa t i
| p»W« at ItlT WfaMaki
9 LIVESTOCK
Trt'* Ifimi •»«! tornMa and !*n
ratal! mill! wagon® fnr mm\ti> Uk»
»-t« rh<>n« |Ua '« |Tli
ff>fl H A i««m grny h->rw
«*l|bt MN p«mii4« rh»fta Kaawmn)
j%7 9 -
Vehicle! «n<t Implementt
nr\N«i'T""wAiios co. 111«. \r»»iT
Farm tan»l«m*n<». btiyi and aaiia —m-
hun-l
14 LOST AND FOUND
|*On*--li» M-"tV»M**l! A h • I* »n
Mirrk* or vtrlf»tlr. aAlliatr* ilt*fn.»n«t
rlr« Tlffanr Mittlfiir MRI'IUL UK
WAftn rh>na ynwft Anrt* 22iJ
InttAunft K M* t'« n " •<r»*7
rar, •mall |H»r*# brya nacllar*
17 FEMALE HELP WTD
Cv aNTTt* Wotom 1»r frnammaal t"» «
!?• m*mih pall üßn»'*a»arT. Will*
ImmtMSUialy f»r Itai (MMilnn* <oht«ln
•bla frtnhHii t(i*ll!ul«. I>apl. I*l-F.
19 MALE HELP WANTKI)
THK IIAHOAtS HT*"»RR. ?!7 f)«-M#nUl.
rxniar Main. a«*aa yao hard ra»h "«
•II n»ar an»J •M-ond * »»l
bargain# flutla IT. *af'h#a, • ail
raaaa lie up. thouaan«l olhar kariaha
Wa buy atU and airhani* f'hnna
Main Hit
ORIOIXAL MO I. It ft liAlll'flt roi.-
I.R'IE. t#t Main at par* »•!•« lo
m*n and woman aahlla lairnlng *>«rbar
trad«» aUMHa*» y©u a* urlri* poalll' na
la rnl!*i»a :srd r*ar In bualnaaa Cal
a i ofoa fraa
I.K AUN al#« trlc*l, tai iiaam anginaar'
In* m»f hankal drawing, marhlna thop
prn' Ura. aulomobtla repairing You
ran work In fir marhln* ah'-p for part
of your »ip»n«'« Hoat'.la Kngloaarlng
School. M» W Hoy at
OftlOlft Al« MOI.BH BAR HER ICHuot
121 Occldanial Ava
M«p and woman Wa taa< h tha barKar
trada thoroughly: wagaa whtla laarn-
Ing asaiat In positions, urar
|: yaan tn Kaattla.
HOP |»|r KFRU WANTICI*- W* wan;
hop pb-kara on '>ur «>»n ranrh»a about
H*pt#irh»r I•> For full parilmiar* a<l
rtr-*a M< N«'ff hrna. North Yakima
Waah
Kava.vai" in ar hMa laai laf
It V iXJI.NU hi>Khj« uparatra, i racla
ailla m«*n * 1:1 suits fn- fi; Tr*<-|« a
t't>*talrr Hull «h».p Third
20 MALE Situations Wanted
YOI'NG MAS. If y* ars '-Id. wlahaa any
hind of work, ran handta typ«-
wrltar; willing to dn anything, ran giva
boat of city r*f*r»n> ».• Addrms W 11,
Htar, r.r <«l| Hnifard 2S'• 1
21 SALESMEN WANTED
WA\TEI> -Ni*im«n who I* lrtvi>tlng to
r»i»rMM>nt us on rommlnlnn haai* In ]
Washington. Idaho and Montana l• r»-
eral i-ommlMloni. popular lin», full line!
of trunk*, hag* end rMM A* *ld* lln* •
at flrat until result* ari> proven Fail
order* taken from now on. <'hl<-ago!
Trunk and Hue t?o., IK H lirtrbnrn at .
f*hl ago. 1 11 __ _ _, _ _ -^,_ n _ J -^ n _ ruo _ r -,
2 PERSONALS
WOf'|.f> TOt; MARRY? A farmer*
daughter, *g« I®, weight 12* hrown
hair and eye*. good disposition nlra
housekeeper snd rook; property | .'ft,o 00,
will Inherit. haa no opportunity to meet
dealrahlo gentlemen; never married,
m|II marry i-nnr man or farmer Mora
particular* rl*dlv **nt any man an
awrlng qui' k. inclining aome pn*tag*
Addre»« "Hlnc»re* # fR-4ll», Valley. \'*h
| No n"n«ri| deliver*** Thl* notice I*
I genuine.
looking man. An y*arn. lie* J .Too.
«ll| Inherit f20.000 00. ha* good p**al •
lion, like to me#»t refined ml** or
widow, with m*an«, object, matrimony.
To! Kaat Mil Mr Wllaon.
AMRRK'AN gentleman, ag«* Jit. aoher mid
reliable, with *ome m»ana, wlahea to
meet a young lad v. not over Hit, ha* n»»
oh J action to young widow, no trlflei*
or ger> del. «)l»j"<l, ma»rlmony, A-l
draaa W-4X, Htar
«4 v. ,r< h |jr» 000. wo<jld ro.iriy
} C, 'to* LI 4, Mea*«riger, l,oa Angelea,
Cal.
! IIA f'l'l N I lie* In married 11f•• Ar» you
| Join Heattle Reliable Krtcnd
ahlp <*lub. Ladle* free. Ada I' Kvana,
211 Union, Apt. It.
' •it ft J IS. *V . ,i<i< 111 4'i
<"• l-d ~'f Is* in
1 bTA liijA KHKh. — itlJoK
DKHM Mr Maf-y, IXIt H» iond ave .
'•ppoalt* Arcade entrance
irv.>; i- t k rpj>V m 7 r»w irk vi f» " vvVi i niT
*«n. 701* l*th N W Phone Rallard
1 217.
W1 NrtTON'H OSNr;iNB MAKMAOE, My
||l XI tr< I.iith 141 r.M.wrty illdg.
Ma«n Ibi2. Ladlee preferred.
Dive in Before
I hey Are All ''¥
(ione and Se- / /
cure a lot at »<j
Mearhinont
Mutt kal o w JKM •?
f "// //
22 PERSONALS
MIHM 1». «<>•"> >»••>""« "" »•"'
««nla , . b«'bUl parmar »»!*)•* I mairl
tMnM W-t».
it KM || UA<l4 rfivlrwi. *01 • l»an*
l»M»
K>vtN*t''iiri n»* mat* »»»»'«» "
I IM* ?"■ .ii >
SPIRITUAL MEDIUMS
Ki'JYPTI AN I'AI.MIHT
Madam rwidi > if -ultra !lf«
[ |l ♦»* fii4lnci I' *>o MlttflcUii g-«*f
<#* PIM •«
MAI>tM »' \sk « :«irvayaat.
I r»«<t«r, palmlat. full treading IttVf
! plk# _
CaHD"HICaI*CIt-liipart. :lr. ••• K11.'4
.'4 FOR KENT. Furnished.
Vt • van •*** y»\i 11l "• «. r t.ltuf#
bata«*n Ta - " a • «t
NO CHATINO
AUTO DFLIVF.RY CO.
AnyiMnt iwn*»r««l *nt*h»ra
•. ||« Hi rtli*.
WKf.I, rt'UMWWKD l<r«ei«i «na |
!<*>•* fr-m th* unl*»r»Hy lit «*all
)«!• in* N r North I»««
H'WfltWfttl ! r«M<m UiM. Mil J?nd
H \v
5f*AT 11*iii r «K rrrit, f«rttl«h»4 •
ftalrlar »»r ÜBII' I*. t**
t. i M 4 wftw" |
ni•' *d ai>iMm«ni« a U Piaff
A »?• It P'*» ''«■*
?5 For Rent Unfurnished
A H'TIT ttp(M>r r#' w«hl
am adulta 11l IM A*a
Walking dtatanr* T«h« Kart Quean
FURNISHED APTS.
SiOfifcW*" «na i xiin |t
Tt! \»*ri.« •*.
' HOTELS
THR VtflOlstFS H^TKI,
Virginia *« and right* A*a
Caa any r-ara *U Waa*tnha »»• l**
• l*gantt<r f«»rntahad » •* ***a
Ml I*l rlMUlltiMM
for lh« i*«ll m n#r Tra» ••»**'. *« »•
11 vMhlr. Ill# l« M KlUhwi *rl*».
l*i«
Tfffl AWf!T *•«« Rlghth «r- «f tT#aa
tafca ava N«w. et*an furnia',«»* ataam
ffor mmni f'*«
and ph"»na Tf»n«Ul>l ?!•* •••lit* II • •
11 Aa" A v f» I * !♦" WRIK r«r»r«h«4 •••»
• tlltnf dtafanr* n»p<l»f« IT#T Main.
|»h«na tlMrin tllT
11| M rr\c. iK _ .kWiko. :a m ■
arn hoi *n4 cold JIHH Ft rat
| a*a _
|Ti WA • !•• 'N «ta'h an 1 ▼
ftaaa. -t«*h«a qulat c«mf«rlabta. no •»
10-.fl *111 Ml • •«« ___ __
vfV^<»hT tit! s F*r«t. t.arg« fiM«.
! alrr m*>4*rn ovist*® r-wmn. bar *W*.
$?♦» f'l IT St WMh _______
JA\ - -N I! '•* K! . I* •« ■*• + * Ul» ' •
fc**ptnr aultaa. l« Third and Charry
Main t*««
»fr>TFT 01'IVV *"« l'nl*«r<ilty M rf»fn
i f><.»?«ld* r «>m» •nftilv I* l fl »»p
, , - * |T\V vrvr> MP? Itff GS .
I>#r dav up »wh I' »»!•
jftVuCl! T>«Mha# rwHß'lttlH lFlr*t
| >y»
HOtui OAVKSpC RT—Mod®rn Fifth
•rd rill#
| nifr|pr''"n t»l "» S «»a»>t op
?s HOUSE KK F l'l N'G RMS
• t'MM ten BAT IT* UihT « i»®n h-><»aa-
And ilMplnf frtowi; willilin
diatar>ra til lonora at
fr-. I• (' V - T || asalMMßpfiS NMM I M
p«r «*«k iin<t up !•!• Mji'h a*®
|] ta £*• WKKK ha»Vir tlio tta®t*rn
33 RENTALS
Haad<7 i®rt*ra for Haotll®
K«nt«l rr»»p*rlF
Citl at of ft i'* and ••• Mil
J If J AIIN A CO.
l#»dinf R®nl®ra
a»| Kt»#l p'd* w - --nd »r't P«V» «t
38 WTD REAL ESTATE
MHTIKOir WAMT®f>
! t« your h" iM or huii*«lnw f«f aala. «r
hat» rnu an ranrh that *'»y
I itn a*i! nn »aay t«rm* ft r a r»ni*r
«an(*.| f«.p >'.iir bona** If so. consult
M" Ifuff* in# Central IHdg
10 Business Chance#
|AtX Mlirkamllh «nd *««'m fa
pair "U 'p. lit. fair trade Must
Hav* mlnlni inl»r<nt In Okanogan
<»unty requiring my attention t*rt<«
f'.no . email • «>h payment, llm* on hal
in'* Owner, W l'h»lp«. Coupavllla,
Wmh
Foil K.vTk «i "<od ~ Uundry Vualneaa In
Alaaka 11, ,*OO Kor partlruUri apply
or wr|«e lln« /It. K>t«-hli<»n, Alaaka
Kofi nThfi ft<«onil hand »tore tlo»
11 acreage
TflK ftJE<'I.A tlrlV.f) I I'l'ltli BVtSß
'ii.Aiir.M or ri/imnA
[ »e«t ln«'d to bf < '»m» fh* wealthiest agri
cultural lan-lii In fh# world .lamas A.
Moor* now t.niiding railroad Ihrouvh
thla t "'intry Other it*ifn and
roads projected A tramandoua lnpr«>M«
In valu •» Inayltahla If-i' ra Improved
iiar'i at 940 an a» r» <»*•' In form at inn
At Anita 104 Central Hldg 11. T.
l<angmald. (Jen. Agent.
♦ ♦
I,ANI) FOR BALK
♦ ♦
Mo pi r»i rlnM to Klngaton I4I&.
Ir, mrr»H fine* to port <>fthard |4:».
j 10 arraa norlh of Heattle,
40 arras, 11l i»«r a« r*
Yn| \i| A» imOBRRd
: 2000 Vernon f'la<*# I'hona Mallard *11
hIKKI AM) HWC II < MF.AP
M<iaf aeil 1 tra«'a fif ao«ai*!
OIMIM ||4 llgMQi mill hauwa
and out Ouild in* • Iraa than a
mll« from l.*h» Waahlngt'in. and
eaay walk to ferrv dork, arhool
and atofwa. prtra f*2f»; t«rwa Ilka
rent. I '» > aai» and 110 monthly
Take Madiaon rar and rounty
ferry ''r Andera#»n h'«at dlrart to
Itiirko A Farrar'a offlrn In Kirk
land. •
I utiK' i \< 111 RH 11. Itf \< k -on
OM \ MINI II *« I ROM l*T \N |»
* I l.t 11. «100; I I RMH C|o I \ H|f
M.hhin A WATWIN,
itxo I*l %yt
IMI! Vl: l". I'M! M H m
100 a< res located near I on a good
road flhout SO a> re* In cultivation; 2
h'Mi*'**, horn and other hulldlng*
Th»-re I* a creek and I spring*. soil I*
l>l «< k loam 11.400, on terma of fl.fioo
caah.
14.1 acre*, with *»0 acre* In crop, only %
mile* from f'hehalla. »« good houae. harn
and outbuilding* Klcf-trlr line pnaiie*
the place, road on 2 sldee Thl* place
I* priced at 911 ft per a« re, on reasonable
t*i ma
OLK HANHON A CO ,
114 Now Yurk Rluck.
STAR—MONDAY? AUGUST 16. 1015 PAGE G.
ffaaiMMißP' fflnsflMKifWiMNMl 1 -^;*v
Mfc Of "For Sale"
/I S jo
( ■ j|
Main 9400 j;
41 ACREAGE
TKX Arnie* *
UnMl pfMloclt** land Aftfi'O** prlra
and r«•> ucm (Vm» in an 4 lat «»•
tall fou *11 about f*ATH«*A fIT I.AMm
an» 1 ihn« yoq ahal I* actually Ihilri
I'C ilui '<1 hy Mitin* iht«
* r.#T 4 nilRKt.KIt
|4« fVIiMA Htoch Main 144T
fOH IVAI>K 1* i<-tM In !*'•
HI " hi «mI of lh« city limit* of K*> <
I'Mbi. HO
F»k nai. K~ i"* -arra raneh. iifaM* IJ •
•lar nal Writ* |Kt 1»U Ptouta t.
%l *» *av! 1 ! • Wmh
43 REAL ESTATE
HAM.AMI) SNAP
I■ r-wm. part m«wl»rn. lot IM, aouth
fr nt *rlr»a*> In Ntln*«« pmpcrlf
Prl*• Ml* -i* irtmi 't |w» '•«)<
TTHMI A HH<>HPKO
;o** Varn n I « r I h»n« H«"*rd Hi
INI'HOI rti %r Mr %i«r on
r\\PU MI4.HH AV
S>» f uf »' H >•» «
r '"1 *«U »*»*r fin* rvmnlnf I
tprlftf «n plar*. Ih* *>11 I* t»;*rk I
ri-'h la*>.«t imlhlnf Nl aS4ar a r>-1 |
(»*•• *r -twlng n| thl* '
Itr-d All *t**aa p*a* 'H* 4»w, '
"«• h*mr • ri4* to a-aattl* K»r« '
IS* <t««n lout Fin* «!*•
tt»o Htf *n4 |-*ka
W aabtn*« o ('ln** to gr*<lad
*' h' «| *f 1 - f '#!•
phor • *n4 •l#-rlr1»- M|ht* Prlr*
II Till tarm* 44* <•**>» DA
mnnililr. (•'Mini ltit*(«*< f**tl
*n4 own«r *1 *01 Sc«r York
111 fx A for 4lf*rtli.f»*.
modara
In i «-Ilt! -f! k »•* pantry. ».»•»
moril. lavat lot (•«)!( allay. block
ra' flo*#n |MH, miv tfrma
Imprwmmi In. pal<l ];•« |tih
i Wwolh _____
i %k«<i ■ > v i i f»i4« r* i»Vi\
% ncfl Hi M-Klli It > r I MOM
I \k» M fft MIM TM
» NOM |*t %M» H>l Ml |18. \m\
i %ni rK«Mfi
M.KIM M A \% %T«OV
lit mtt Af k.
NOWTII RVD
l Miw V»rih Kn<|
diatrtri on v«r •••» I #rm a prlra
f» «*• 64 I*4 raairn fl'dg
HSAI' * room hn«a* W<h furni
tut#. |o| ftattsa CH»nar at «ffj ttth
a%> W Klna 1 la« H t»t Q A 4lff
SOUTH Knd rornar «a*lt* Marka
fr«ni rar, IIN WhwUr, 4t» fturh*
Hid*
13 isHlpil »l#» !**• . nli a huftf aio* .
Imaaw*"! liuntff; flr»f«ia< ». nilr ••
am»m«nta (wM. Nrfain PK >n« <Jna«n
Anna *74 I
47 FARM LANDS
••TW i>r*t. wrrTi i« iunteiT•
and o«»r pf<>tKiaiilftn
M IAMD
AT Ttinr.K I.AKK* CO.
WAHIirKOTOM
»IM appaal In yoti
mad • dallr iralna, mills.
a»hw»|a, a'off n F D
Writ# or ••• r, If MFIKLKJOHN M«r
t.and f»*p« . JTOI k C Xmllh Hid#,
Naallla
j 50 EXCHANGES
I l/'Tfl. ftM.4*. IIM.M niili, I arm* mi
>*t«nr» '<r mwhrnrgm for
t|v*> a*"<k or art'thlng «f 9)04 00 valu*
fbatia >l4aay I4U
TKAJiR t«# '.laliiftMh rtraan flva
k I land n*ar MUardala f r
rait la. « owt prafarr*d )*hon* Orlfftta.
Main 114 ft
WTIJOU lra<fa». 11l Naw Torli Rlk Main
MORTGAGE LOANS
pant 7J« «to Ibr ~K«rhan*a
51 REAL ESTATE LOANS
»%%. •*. »»
Mnnajr .-n Improrad »itr pmporty Wa
rriaka building hana
CALHOUN VKSSY A KWIMO
AlMka ftulldln*
KlAl Si r A I I.OANH •'•I: IM » I
Ilond A Ifortfnga Co. f>ntral Did*,
hatwaan Columbia and Marlon
li s; I. •Ia i K M(Hir«VA')ES. »jo"of P
tn fc", fulljr aacur«"l f*»r (aula by Joa
52 LEGAL NOTICES
U v ' iitr«. tnra to flgura on
irtvallßi county foM OvtfH «'f auto
Imp k» mid 'lump wafiHl r»»julraJ Ap
ply 21 • f'rary Mid#
SINGERS FURNISH
TREAT AT PICNIC
Ml** Ilnth Williams, one of tho
best woman baritone* heard horn,
Ml** Vera Cook, Ml** l.ula Hhnd
den and Mlhk C. Hopramm
of exceptional ability, and Tiny
Snyder. birltone. helped to enter
tain Sunday at the exciir*lon of the
Council of .Icwlhli Women for the
benefit of the Settlement house.
The uteamer Irotpiol* took the ex
curslonlat* to Kingston, wfiere
three hour* were *pent a*hore for
lunch ami dancing. Cliff Winkler
accompanied the Hlngcr* at the
piano The entertainer* were *e
cured thru the courte*y of .loneph
Arnhelm, theatrical hooking agent.
After five hour*' erul*e on the hay.
the plrnlckcr* returned to battle
1 at 10 p. m.
PU6ET SOUND
STEAMERS
ALI LOCAI KOUTfS
aTf %Mf H-A irAt* rkOM COl MAS
INK K rt>OT or M ANION «tTN*»t
f *a»a Arrl**
I I—III* IMHI*
I'allr »t«a»»«# B«ii, f»r I lipoi
at •j'* Towna»n4 IVllllam* 4a; r
Hit >»» t t>un|*r* * q u I m *a *» t
*n4 an 4 a-«» «* 't«ifi4a/
fhin^avl
I »#prr>
IKii4ar{
« •»!? |
I • *fcar»v
• 1 ■ • H « I I Tom w»*a»4 f"«.'t
A«|*l«*
l>«
n!4 t* *t Toaataf A l**et 4*l-jr
r'§ ■ W |||l*nr • t»*.»§•• •••
4*||f |Aaq«lmt Port An-'
!••* a»4 VlttartA.'
H C f
•|>om not rail at
Vlrtorla Mun4ar* I
Kffwtlv* J mm* IB
llrtorta H C . Wrart
II ••!>»- Nii«ni#r Ifor 1 I4pr*
dally V torla Hr 4lnrl 4ai:r
Kaitirnlai !miv** Vl* '
lor I* • #4 a m !
| TMMHa l»lr«r«
llaaa "• t» >ma ao«i » I ! *
lMdUnai«nl»« I t Ta I# Nam j
i tl *«*»•• >tna rtlr*rt ft<**rn*r 11 t*pm I
1 I ♦#Pr»; »*»fr two hr* ll# t l»pn\ ;
f 4*».• «ln«I* trip t*r r ninfl 4 t9pm
' I «4p*n trip fonna-rtlon# *t 4 Hpm ,
•• T*■ *lth I II f« !
t llpm ♦•* for Oljrmpt* «n4 !• 14 p
4tllr «haitn« ' 4all?
, • l'»r| T>*nMa>() Awar^rtw
j miii|i»iß I
»i mmmrnr M h 'tr.-rti t
dall* for p 'rl 4*tlr
• *pt An*fnrtM an 4 Hal *tr*pt
a • 4*r lln*h*m lundaj
K»rr#lt K4*»n4*
at—m*r « »'» mt :
II n« -* K4mo«d*. 4 IKprr.
I llpm | i*fat| Mir { • 14pm
4aHy "t»n A«in4*r« anlr dolij
!#««*« A*«ttl* Y 14 a
Jm |r>«r**4 of f tt a.
|m Othar trip* mid*
a* a»#k Aar*
K*ara<l— IMiiHghm—AwaroMra ■
h»rt T(i«n*#ad
;-'n||.' 'i, # lltalalMUl. for 4 44pm
4a|)j Kf*r •it Anar-orta* 4a|ly
an 4 R« 111 n|h «m 1
<'a!i* at port Town-]
••-»4 *.»Mthhoun4 on
If Do«« not »"*ll at'
A*tur4a>« |
l«n Juan Uland»—HrtMng ham
It 4r> air H«»a4ailo, Port 4 OAarn
»ol4n ht T'«»n*afi4 aa4 H»l T ;r*4 r
Ki- la* : t.§ iiam rt* all lar T'ni-« jr
Tu**4 f Juan taiand point* Aatur r
I Thurayj )
Pari Tl'waaml—P*»r4 Angrlaa—>aali
lU| ar. H Wm P»HI
IJ «« atMmar Hailing «
ml4n'ht Ham. for Porl Town Tmm'l y j
fhindafianl Port An*#ia» Thura v
Tua*4'rV**h B*f and »n lalur y
|
Port law*arn4 - Pari Ani'lr* ( ro*«
'"t ami \\*y P«»'' •
Mr Wnlalwlr ' i
mMn'ht Port Town*an4. Port Monday
V'>n4ar Angala* Port Cf W*4r a*
Wtdn»ir»nt. Clallam and t > ri4a#
Frl4«r«ajr port*.
Part Owmhl#-—I «4|ow - flaglar
"loini" I'"!'' ' af*
4ally Klnffvton. OimbU 4*l»r
af*pt I, Md I ot, ai<*apt
Hatur'r FI a | lar Townaand Hun4ay
!Han*vlll* Tro® 4a I #
land Hadlork I
•I Iniato* —llanavlll*—l.udlo*
Halordsya Onijr 1
I Iflpm •ttramar I'mrt. for 9.00pm I
Klngaton. 1.u410w and'
'«•)■ i.olntt
Hnnday Only I
• Oltm ••toiinar Puaot, f* r' I 00pm
jKlngiiton. I udlow and
Jwajr point*. |
II —<1 t «n«l Omnbla I n.li ■ «
: Htr |'i«tlal«-h. for Port 3 a "at.,
dally I.udlow, Port 'lambi* dally
j**Mang«>r and all a*r»pt
fpolnta on Hood Tanal Monday
'On Munday trip r*|j*
(only *t Oambla, Hrln-I
non. Hood sport. Prtt-|
jlatrh and tanlon Clty;l
'arriving hark in a* I
aula at in lop m '
A ••fimrr will laav* Boattla *var\
j land*> 4 00 a. to for Port Town
! tand dlrart.
•Htaamar Kul*h*n will rail at r<>rt
Toan*ond. northbound Saturday*
only. la*'.lnir N#attla at 10 p m
Point* markad •• ara boat landing*
Pannangofn f'«r tba»« point* and f.»r
oth*r boat landing point# muif maki
thalr own arr*n*am*nt» for landlnir
and ana<ima all rlak and llabllltr In
making *U<*h lan lln* Ktaaniar • pa«
•#n**r rat* do** not Inrlud* boat land
In* rharga*
Haggago liability I* llmlt#4 »n wm>
Ing appar*l. nn' to *«raad lion f<»r
whol* tlrkat IRO pound* allowed fraa
at«amar* and *rh*dul#* *üb|*rt to
rhan*# without n<»tl< •» Fr«*lghl r«-
ralvad dally for *11 |»<»|nt« <a* afiflng
Taromat nirr»d In rfhov* srhadul*
Tlrkat* mu*t b* purfba*#d at tb-kat
offlra Op*n from « 10 a m to lOn
midnight
rtJORT KOrND WAVMJ4TION CO.
Tlrkat Offloa, rolntnn llork
Phono. Main .IP9I
STAR WANT ADS
BRING RESULTS
PUBLIC MARKETS
H M'l t tkl
mall »0V W«»htß«i"ii • r.«m«.r hult'l
111. 11. , ■liar*nt**'l •««« • " <>■" . <«"•••
<(•••■*•. lU< H» Mllln II <3, P"'
Ilu lb , v*>ml r»>*«•• I" • '•* I' l •
,ornad ba«.f. H" «»•'! '«« *•••'< * 4#
• Mr«| P<I<MIM<S. 4 Iba .f" . K«»od I !#»»»• !«••.
ftti lb.. graan !»••• '*'• »*' • , '"* l
. ..rn, -6" doa Mtall 31, w b*»la aalm«n, '•*«
|li . tandarluln aula, 1 lb* if' l aalmon
irout, i )i** *&• ••«•!• potatnaa
Ilia |l. |*m<#t*a. - 4(JI J6' •»«!»»« appla»
idm I6< Hf •11 Jl.Mi.ai! nta«l. 4
Iba 16c; h«ue*huld brtn 7 Iba . fi« , •la®''
vlii«|Hr, He i»l Mall Jl*. 1® I'* auaar.
11. Si, llf »m> k fl"ur. !#•. 3 <a».B !»•••
appla **t p*a« h»«. f&«
k\MI UH
Htalli 14 l« » ItM Mfftl t f " 1 lar *a
rafts aalmt'H Sir 4 !!<* Mtall
(3 fraab hlui li a*«a •' *
r.n.l. « <!'■» «'•" * ■houM-.
ham* ll« Ik l«»ati purl f IH*M H'
|i<>| r"ail, t»- to ll* M» , !••• r * 1,1
ll* . a par* rlba, ||« lb I H»»
Sin. H<Mil !<?. gr«*u St' and * fc,J
•'.ut I "Hia I"f T fNN »-"« Willi I T I
t»»nat«aa harrlnc ?i«' lb. i«tl#fa « baaaa
|o. ||i full « r«-« »»i «!»•••••♦ "• "» Ml all#
1. 3« J**»f I*f «l US' >»' ban.a I 6« l»
I,a. MH. lie II Mull l». I""* l»>**. I l" r
I OHM N
Mtall* til arid P"t r-.a*t 1*» lb
air I" I h afaalta H» lb !»«•»• r *'»
d*r«d lard. I Iba t'»« Ml alia I* !fc Itr
I'Wk flour I' . I bara *• -I i»>»'
dry a>a|i Sir. I ©«- Paarllna. (• . fruit Jar
nibbara. I'- d«» pri»n»« I' >'• b»at
buttar. 2 iba *6« amall |» u 11" t "*«■ .
Sir <!»»« , larf* carta milk 'r. *7 ♦»* l« r
pur* Hon*?, Ilr Mtall II ■"•••! rnliwl
t>lr||lM Si'- HI ; CI arm an dllla 4' 1"'
Urf« a'uffad •••■•I |*l'klaa • for
Mtall 114 lollat pmpt. Ir*, ll« !»•»»•
raka fluur. Ho | hf
riKK ri %« r.
Mtall IT • fia f»» t r ahlt* granulatad
Mifar. !•* Mi alia 77 I« f |.a««-urU*'1
milk. #r #jt «r Ir |»i Mfalla 14 I. !•'«
• ana aalad oil 3f*< Mtall I? ? l f »« I ara
a"a| 11< Mtall 16A9 •»«'»' I for I lal
Inrta rent I »a#r ;*» M«all lili. S a mall • ana
rnllk la- l-rKk «odflah I' Mfall
It, vlhcfar, I" (■'•(ilr Mtall t ■+ •* Tork
altarp « hara*. Sf'«" ll' Mtall *7 fr»ah
rhurnr-d t.uf lor. |lr lt» Mtall 64 milk
< h»«ae 10. 11. Hfatla 41-6 lamonr Ir
»a» h nrt|«ma Iftr ||. Italia 1 ? I«m•''>»a
Sir twi Mialla 73 4, ** alarmalnna. H
aa'h. t>«-ar• |x>i Mtalla r«.lla
ar»d t«ui>» ? d • I".' «k'a f»»r lt«
atall .|r»>4 h"rna mada d >i|fm.j»a 1 1»**
dr>l Mlall 11. 4hM« ra a<<l«>d. IC< to 7L<
pair.
mii rit r.Mi
Flaat hilttf. I lt»a ll' tiaw Mvrlaa
rha* a» I®. 11. aa«*l t>>iMar S6r lb
rr»arn rhaaa*. * Iba Sl' tmt»< y naa p
i*t«*a. ?a lt>a 16< rauMflawar 31" aarh
I>M>n rmlona 6 burn b«a Ir |ra*n i"rn,
?6« »!«• ir*an |*app»ta. 6- |b radlahaa.
i - • • » f * • • '
»>i 4■ •' .» . 1 jl<'- •"a fi'id
j.i. kiloa |»r <a*ii«' 6- »a- h
a»r*l (rai-'t lOr |b cra|"-frul* 4 for
Jfcr. i>«a« h*a Ilr <>a«kat lamona I6<
d-«a : lat|« i>«ara |Q< d«* pit r«.»aa' S
M»a Str b«at round IBr lb pork
Matft ip Ik hunk | I Iba T6«-
pura lard. I* at Si a at «< Ida at II »•
VITAL STATISTICS
Mard«|» I !.<*»»•#•
Rk>Kaf4 *harw..«d ft at Paul. Minn
«ft 4 lltlhlliw I ••»!*. .*« A«n»M1»
A«tm hi. SI. ami Alagra ll*nn<*n. ii
ff4»«tll*
hank A i'arhtr, MMtti*. nn4 Carrl*
o t*rt»*«»n
AJ Htrman 4* *n4 14* Patrovll
•kt a«m i««a* CSftjr thai
Arthur I* «' Marriott, and
M ' 'll* A Kunning. Mi V*r«o«
Wro M and A»r.r* L Urnlth
Wrattl*
'* Raton Haattla, and Manh*
lUrnrtM i*r ><~ Ktn m
Rd wtn Johnantt. tt, aiv4 llattlo V
Mft*hr« 51 Heat tla
Hlrhard «Jio~rt Oaliant ;> *•:!». k
*i 4 Clara Kmilr !.»mar. I?. Klrkiand
A W Cttftli an 4 In»i Cartlaa tlrlllni
ham
|>'Ui* C. Muni'r an 4 I.ydlan J liruna.
ga»attl*
•vdw*rd tt, an 4 A4A Tunall.
I* l'rwn«#
Hal># H ll*44an !*, PuyaDup an 4
Rulah R lilmi, ?!. flpokana
Ctiarf** Halght an 4 Kathatln* A
Miller a#*ttla
ptnar HrkatAii an 4 Rtalka aobotka
Aniiil*.
Hlrth*
Mr« *n4 Mr J R K#mp. ?«1S Third
a»* S W fn
Mr* an<l Mr A F. Oaorga. till (la|l*y
*»• . MR
Mr« an 4 Mr !«. Kann. 11l a#>anr*anth
a»« N, daughtar
Mr* and Mr It W n-lrhaf. 112 Ka*t
rift* *avanth *v* 4*ughtar
Mr« and Mr J.rH Hogavlrh. 1411
H i l*ton atf daughtar
Mr* ami Mr N I, 14It
A'lm pi*'# 4*u(htrr
Mr* and Mr II r K<m»l*t |»«| fcaat
lAk* a** <r*ar». 4autht#r
DMIIM
IWrtha Kl»fann. Jt. fl*n*rtil
h a<>ltaJ, Au| |J.
j .»,f fWnhacn. *T. Kin* '""untjr h*>*pt-
Ull, A«l| 10
Arnt IS. City ho*pllal Auk "
llallr An4*r*nn. &i (lar4i*h ho*pH*l
Avar 11
Nat a Wr|»h*r|, ||, Fourth n*»..
Aur it
Jam*a |t*ln. »•. |«1«t, Ninth «ra
Aug I"J
<*hnrUa V Arm*tron« 4*. Hw*4l*h
ho*pltat, Aui II
lllinrr#* linMllH
Atyia Arn»l4 from Rkhard Arnr»l4
|l|« »rrM A*AMI
Alr*« Arnold *a. »U« har«l Arnnld,
crualtjr.
Halrn H fymnnda va Wm J Hym«nd«
and Fir*! National Hank of H**tti*. n«n
*upp<(|i R**training ord*r.
PORTLAND SCHOOLS
TEACH SWIMMING
PORTLAND. Off.. Auk. Ifi Ar
rntiK«ment» am no* under way for
tPHChIiiK swimming In thp Portland
schools Thp school hoard h«»r«» Sat
urday panned a resolution providing
swlmmlnc facilities at two of the
W'eat Side schools, and It I* Intend
ed to make similar arrannenipnta at
all the school*. Mlaa Mlllli> He h loth
haa been encased to Instruct the
hoya and Rlrla In awimmlnji.
ANSWERS*
ACTCt9S:-JosEW USED
THE FIRST SHOVJU PASS
WHEN HE WAS TAKEN
FQOM THE FAMILY
CK2C.LE PUT INTO
THE PlT^
JOKie?:- BAWEKJS
ALWAVS BECAUSE
TKEV SELL WHAT
THE.V KMEAD
TMEM9E LA/E.ST*
KNUT smells
MAYORHAS NO
PASSION FOR
SPORT SHIRT
IjOB ANOKUCB. fal, Aug 1€ -
A "posing farm," where attractive
Hrls and women, under the dlre<
tlon of a self styled connolasmir, .1
T Val|>ey. allowed themselv#s to
l>e photographed in the altogeth
er" ostensibly for motion picture
purposes. Is under Investigation by
the federal authorities.
Admit* Posing in Nude
The detention of Ml** Muriel
Dtirl* Copping of Vancouver. a cap
tivating young girl, who admit* pos
ing unclad on Valpej's ranch near
Covlna, Cat, brought out *om«
startling revelations Valpey'a ar
re*t followed.
According to the story she haa
told the authorities. Miss Copping
Is a law student, (.redan dancer
and physical culturlst. Hhe ssys
she met Valley thru sn advertise
ment Me told her that a certain
moving picture company was to be
organized, aciordlng to her state
ments, and asked her to secure for
him five women models
This, she alleges, she did.
Says She Has Fine Form
In acknowledging that she
had posed unclad, Miss Cop
ping declared she had a beauti
ful body, and maintained that
If, by showing It In pictures she
could teach other girls the way
to become physically beautiful,
•he believed she had the right
to do so.
The officers said, after closely
questioning her. that they did not
l>elleve she hsd been a willful par
ty to any wrongdoing. If any had
been committed
Just for Art
Valpey denies any guilt. aasert-
Ing the pictures were merely made
for artlatlc purposes Coplei of
them are In the hands of the offi
cers Mis arrest was brought about
thru the agency of Mlhs l.eona
Kamea, who w*nt to the "posing
farm" at the direction of Miss Cop
ping on the understanding thst she
whs to be "tried out" and photo
graphed.
The "posing retreat" Is about a
rnlle from the tar line. In a seclud
ed. woody sj*it near the ranch
bungalow.
Mla« I.a riles became suspicious,
went directly to the federal au
thorities and explained the whole
matter so far as she Knew It.
AH! IT HAS CAME!
RAW! RAW! RAW!
EGG-IN-BEER CASE
The egg ci"» comes before Police
Judge Ma> Mahon Monday after
noon. A couple of weeks ago. J.
Aronson, wholesale liquor dealer,
30* Pike rt , was arrested, charged
with violating the free lunch ordi
nance.
Aronson. be It known, was offer
ing to place within the beer of all
comers one egg. the beer and egg
to be sold for the price of the beer
—5 cents, half a dime.
He did a great business And
no* Judge Ma> Mahon must determ
ine, Monday afternoon, shether an
egg Is a lunch. Harold Preston will
defend Aronson Commenting on
the rase early Monday, Judge MaC-
Mahon sxid:
"It Is a difficult matter to de
termine Some Judges I know of
have tested the combination of
egg* and sherry: others are famil
iar with beer alone, but none I
ever heard of has experenced egg
and beer.
"The slxe of the egg In the pres
ent case Is not specified. It might
be a bird's egg. or a goose egg
' Moreover. If the egg |* of ma
ture year* and experience. It might
contain life, and If Immersed in
fluid and taken wantonly, might
constitute a greater crime than a
mere violation of the health ordi
nance."
The city council I* In violent dis
agreement over It. and there were
Indication* that council might ad
journ no Its members could attend
the ca*e.
MAC LONGS FOR
MORE PINCHES
Police Judge MacMahon believes
in doing things by the wholesale.
Charles Okersteln came before
him. Monday, charged with operat
ing a leaky swill wagon. MacMa
hon ordered more arrests made,
saying there are dozens of such
<a*fs, right on the main streets.
He took Okrrsteln'a case under ad
vlsement.
Marton Malone had only a half
"Jag." according to the officer, and
lie was begging so he might com
plete his cargo.
"I thought It wan better to beg
than Hteal," he told Police Judge
MaoMahon. Monday. "I couldn't
get work "
"And yet. they need harvest
hands In Kaßtern Washington no
l>adly. the women are working In
the fields." commented the Judge
He gave Marton the alternative or
leaving town by night or going to
jail
' Olve me a sentence, then, and
I'll work It out," said Malone
Fined $26.
BETGHER WRIGHT
DIDN'T VOTE DRY
Wine not to mention wurtc
burghrr and kindred beverages—
floweth freely in Savannah. Geor
gia. despite the fact that Georgia is
ii prohibition state This, accord
ing to W H. Wright, vice chairman
Of the Savannah city council, who,
with D. A. OVonner. a Savannah
merchant, called on Mayor tilll,
Monday. Wright Is here with Mrs
Wright en route to San Francisco.
It's done thus wise, says Mr.
Wright:
Savannah has 400 "near beer" sa
loons. According to regulations,
these saloons may dispense "near
beer. et cetera."
The et cetera' Includes whisky,
reap beer and all the old favor-
Ites." says the councilman. "They
don't sell much near-beer, but they
do an enormous traffic lu 'et
cetera.'"
14 MILLIONS OF
NON - CITIZENS
IN THE COUNTRT
U AHHINOTON. Aug
urn 14,000,000 foreigners in
M who bavn 1,1,1 acquired hiiJ
"'ill'. flK'irn* of ll,n nati|r»|| M uT
bureau showed today.
'if tblf nu in bur, * ,000,000 of a.
main alien* have had mllibr!
training. ~
claiming that only equipment k
n— 'or thi*vvat number,/
men tra 1 ri• <1 in military r*
< olj«tlt«ltl ;i I ' "'!]<• forr»,
in van lon of l hi- 'ountry '
1..- rieccanary, mlvo hUi of alim!;
preparedne»> am planning t,, .J
the bureau* flgi.res m 'nrrytofi,
their campaign
The H,000,000 foreigners
have I,h'l military training t0,,.,'
2,(00,000 Austrians and 'iercucj
and 000 ' Itlzen* of tb«
ROAD WORKERS
00T ON STRIKE
r.-ihor fommlnMofinr Olaog *31
arrive hern Monday night fros
Olympla to Investigate tlic riu*,
of a strike of Italian sn<l AuatrUt
laborer* ou the KedmoDd-lnsfiitg
highway, being built under rot
tract by the J. I Horrocks Cet
structlon Co.
Thlrtyflve workmen went ot
strike Friday, and are being fed
farmers and business meg In tUt
vicinity
It la reported they quit N"*#*
unable to earn more thsn JO (*3l,
» day at existing prices for wori
they performed, sfter which tier
••(•re ordered out of camp without 1
settlement.
LONG DISTANCE
DANCING WANTB
HAN FRANCISCO. Aog 1«-
"What we need Is a lm that wIB
prohibit a man from putting fcjj
arm around the waist of a »im»s
while dancing.' declared Mr» JiUrt
Jones of Kaat Oakland, before the
congress of reforms here 'oday. "Jie
respectable woman should allow ut
man to put his arm around her
waist unless that man Is her father,
brother, husband or son"
Mr*. Jon pr described the modem
dance as h recruiting office for the
divorce court. Hhe advocated the
return to the old square daaces.
SEEKS TO ENJOIN
UNION PICKETS
The Seattle Central I.abor cost
ell and the Makers & CoafeetloMit'
union were cited Monday by Super
ior Judge Smith to appear Thurt
dav and show cause why their "bo;
cott" on the Ijevlnson & Co, biker?
and delicatessen. 1211-11 Second
ave., should not be removed.
Complaint was lodised ac&i&tt '**
organization* that they air cauiltf
"pickets" to parade on the side»»!i
In front of the bakery.
DOC HAS GOOD BEk
Dr. M. A Matthew* would ilk* to
see the Commercial Club abaart
the Municipal leagues, Rotary ehtto.
Tlllkum organlratlon» and otter
civic and Improvement bod I**, aid
the Chamber of Commerce incM*
the manufacturer*' association* Ud
other exclusively rommerclal a»d
financial organizations. The pns
ent dissociated standing of ttm
bodies, he says, I* waat»N ud
criminal.
CONGRESSMAN
SMALL IN TOW
Representative John Humphrey
Small of North Carolina, who. "iti
Mrs. Small, spent Saturday here m
guests of the Commercial Club. Mt
for the Kast Sunday. The conpw*
man was pleased with the Lit*
Washington canal.
U. S. CAVALRYMEN
ARE FIRED VPN
HROWNBVII.LE. Tex. Aug 11-
Amerlcan cavalrymen were fli*
upon by Mexican* arrosa the hor
der about Merc edes last night, ac
cording to report* today. Tte
*hots were returned, but no i - atu«
ties were reported. Aside from tn»
exchange, the border situation *•'
quiet today.
KING GEORGE IS IR
A TERRIBLE MESS
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug
the ground that the indlctniM'
failed to show that King Georgeot
England is at war with any
attorneys for Ralph K Pl*"'
Thomas Addiaon. Harry O.
Kenneth Croft and Olive
under Indictment for alleged viol'-
tion of the I'nlted Stites neutrtll"
law s, moved In Federal Judge
Ing's court here today for
missal of the men held for tri»
The attorney also claimed that t «
Indictment did not show that
land was at peace with the l#ite»
States.
TRADE COMMISSION
ARRIVES AT FRISOS
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. !«•-
Members of the federal trade co®"
mission, accompanied by secretaries
arrived here todu* and will
hearings tomorrow of trade ron
tions here. Interest Is centered"
the attack which it Is believed IMP"
)iing men w ill make upon the ne*
I seamen's law
8 ACR -VMKNTO. \ug. I«.—A «*J
prlfvp until October 22. was grant
i»> Governor Johnson today to N®
Weston, colored, who was aentfnoj"
to hanged next Friday
Q\ienttn for the murder of •
in Alameda count}.

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