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WILL FINISH DAM SEALING NEXT SEASON Another of afallnii ami thf of thf tYdar rhrr d.im will If nr*lintblr. to (Vunrtl man Ollvrr Krlokaon who mmlf a trip to tin- iUm I'rUlav With I'outu'll man "Thf wwlf r of thf baatn b*low th* old dam i* pnrtlnll) l»v*l with thf watrr in thr lak* alH»\r thf ill"! dam." *ald Krlokaoti, "and thf pow*i of our light plant will !»• ik'uhM whfn thf lfnk««f la finally stopped If the cltv take* over thf tuition 'inn tlif powrr from tho flmt unit of thf SkftKit rlvfr will bf nrrdfd for th# o[«rattoA of thf car llnfa and ifaldvno* us*. «>nttnu*d Krlokson, -.o th* eomplrlion of thr mm ling of th* dam douhlrs In Imports nor. "In my opinion," hr stated, "If thf work hail l**n startrd imtnrdlatrly aftrr Ihf construction of thr olil ilam. -calm* would havr h**n complrtrd in »lx months." British Arrive at Wilhelmshaven liONDON, IVr. 7 —Thr Brrlln Na lion Tldrnd* unnnunrfu that an fn irntr conmiittff ha» arrived at Wll hflmshaven aboard British warship* =NOW= r——r_ I She wanted a dashing wooer who would cry "Hey and away at dead " , ■|" I ■ Bryant Washburn "The Gypsy Trail" t COME girls prefer a man who always behaves like a gen tleman other girls prefer a man who gets out of control once in a while—there's a sam ple of both in this lively picture. It's an Irish love romance with a typical American actor, and lovely The Big Wanda Hawley for WURLITZER his sweetheart. It's ORCHESTRA all irresistible— Accompanies It You'll say SO. OSTEND BOYS CHEER FLAG ll tluf»n'l tnkn inurll In »ri * crimp of linrrinn hoy* ■ hrvring thf flue of IliWr country. Hilnk of tl»> rnlhual*«m In HfUluin when thr lirrman rj| i-aiiif down and thf 11. li.j in rl»( look l)a pimp Tliraf lad*. Ini by Ihrlr |uilrr, *rt> rlifrrin( mlililll). Mnanthnr, tliry nlm wave tin lla(« «il Krtmi" and Ihr ollirr alllr* who caiuo lu ttirlr rmfiif tut: nwrri.K :tai: satuppay. ih < kmhkk v. iimh. R. R. SHORTAGE HANDICAPS BIG SHIPPING HERE tn aptta »f Kraat «ni«aatlon at iii«al ivrmlnih a"*' «" win ahon „*.■ of alilpplni. Omltl# t« atlll holding Ita own H« tha «>• < nd port in llio I'nlteJ BUt«-a, ui*-<.n«nK to the Intent fliturra laaued by the dr iwrtmcnt of rommTcc Tho furrißii trade of thla port, ua ahown by the cuatonia rcturna, hit* »v»ra*«*l approximately Its, nno ono a month itiirlnir tha present ymr Boaton comaa neit to Ncnttl* with it nionihly Mpurt imd Import total of 14(1004,000 Tha H»n trunrtwo < uatoma district I..in n foreign trada of aliiihtly over 140 OOU.UOO per month. InmHttdic r.»llro,ot ftilllllra hava Iwen ono of tha moat acrloua handl cap* to Heuttlr, imitOlnc to offl I t.»la of tha I'm.ll Ctlamtwr of Com mere*, ntiil J. C\ Ilotli, dlatri>-t maimirr of tha car aarvtoa dlvialon of the t'. K. railway admlnlatj-utlnn. atataa th it thla tity will loaa con alderuhla foreign commerce If ttia government rallii(|ulahea control of the rallrooda llualne** Ualllnt Kanttle la llui suffering from a la. k of ahlpa, lrati»|»n tatmn men any. Tliay point out that nlnm tli» war rmlnl ami the ■uhm.irlno tnrn u« hoa cease.) many vnuwU have Iwn tranaferred from the Pacific to th« AtluiUa Mil "There la a flood of bualneaa waiting for ua." aald urw of Hent. tie a leading commercial men I'rP day, ' l>ut thr trouble 1a that wt» can't hand I* It at pr—«nt. If wa had the rnllnawt facilities and the ahlpa wp could get alt th« buni ria that waSnrant" . Actors in Service to Give Vaudeville Show December 12 I'rofeaatnn*! theatrical men now In uniform at Camp I-r*i« will preaent a vaudeville entertainment at lit* M> ir«i»iilt«n tltoaire four iU>v, com mrnrlnf Ifwrnlw I!. "Ita not an amateur ahow." »« plains l.leut Itobrrt Armstrong bunl ne»n nujiMfrr of the 4'arnp l«wli pla>rra, "Kvary art on the bill will bo |l»n by men who derived their llvtiiK frcrn lh« ata(e before Joining tIM army " UcuL Armatrong 1» hlmaelf a well known actor. having r ire led the < >r pheum theatre* »ev«ral time* ll* U a nephew of Paul Armalronf. the n*wap.tper man and dramatlat. who wrote "The !)eep Purple" and "Altaa Jlnt-ny Yitlrnln-1 The prorKHh I !lie vaudeville «111 1# ileW'ted to V morale fund, to !' r O vide ronvalearent anldtera at tlx tamp with antrrtalnmenl. Seattle Man Shot in Tacoma; Wife Held - by Police TAO iM.\. !-ee. 7. Jark R Mntll ton, of Htlllt, la In lha IVom* (lenernl hoapltal today, with a bullet wound in tha back, while hi* young wlf la being h«l>l hy tha polled, pending an of a m4p terloua ahooting which wn-urrwl In tha room of the roupla at the TV coma hotel early today. Tha wom an dec Urea the j.iotul waa fired «c ckleltUll)'. Moulton. whoa# wound Is serlou*. wtlh his wife at the hotel lul night. Il« had arrived frum Hui Kranclaco two days before According to the story she tol<l the police. Mm Moulton put a pistol un der her pUkiw wh«n th»r r»tired. Bhe says It was discharged accident ally, while huth were asleep City Light Dept. It "All Fussed Up" The city light department waa »t tlre<l In holiday array Haturday mornlnc. Kvergreens and Chrlatmaa bells adorned tho future. Klertrlo iron*, toaateu, washing machines. sewing machine motor* and other household contrivances are dlaplared for the prospective pur chaser of the "home" gift Pleads Not Guilty to Gold Smuggling James 11. Ilalston. thnrged with exporting 12.715 In gold to Canada, pleaded not guilty when arraigned In Judge J Neterer's federal court Hat urday. Ida trial wu art for Decern ber IS. Heversl others were arraigned. Ah Oee. charged with aelllng opium, was tho only one to plead sUlty. lie wan fined ftso. Minute Men Keep Up Fund Canvass Minute Men team* were busy Sat urday In an effort to complete the canvass of the business district no na to f low up their work downtown within the schedule lime of the drive, which was planned to crrne to an end Sunday. Illness of *l* team cap talna and other demanda on workers delayed tha canvaaa Friday. Saturday's proceeds at the White Rlephaut shop, Loary building, will go to the Heat tie day nursery. Friaaily to ioc, 2 for 23c WjgHßw Hwl'Mldr lom Ur«ra Co., Tamp* Schwuhncher Bros, ft Co., Inc. BKATTI.K, WASH., DISTWIBtJTORS TICKLRV) A mrin until t«» kin heller hnlfi "Ctprnaf* nrr 100 hlicli I Anil If you nil ripeiiifii, An mi I o wr mn> l»u>." Shf nnld lo l«lin« ••I'm llrklril no I'll M»r riirh ftlrn eenli I'll imik# n ilniiih khoiiliiK On ilir mone> lltof In ngirnl. for when I buy eni'li nrn»on'n < loi HFHI I'll ■inr otie-lblnl nml uiorr i I'll liuy rnrk SI II . I OAT, DIIUSM iiiml HAT, Al Ihf M I PIT A 1 IIS BTOIIK," nnd I nlon. Second "A Si ji/pp k R 1 l ! ewBi11 Noir fc |B j| Si j rt ™l Continuous It to 11 # « JUST LOOK WHO'S HERE NOW , • .... / Don't laugh till you get here. Youll sure need all the laughs you have THEN i Ifcey Sty It's Ike Qreatest Comedy "Filly" Ever RMe Service Kiddies to Be Admitted Free; Visitors Will Have to Pay Not one cent of admlaalon to the lied Croat Chrlstm is tree carnival at the Armory the day before Christmas will be charged the boys and gtrla of men still In army and navy service, says Frank Water house. ited Cross chairman. Think of It. "serv ice" boys and j girls. 8o grateful are Ited Cross I workers and KeatUe citizens for the I t-plrndid triumph of your fathers ( and brothers overseas, that I>ecem-1 ln-r 24 will scarcely l>e long enough.l nor the Armory big enough, to hold nil the fun planned for that day, j free. Only those who will wish to j watch Bantn's little guests enjoy themselves will lie asked to pay ad j mission. One dollar for adults and ;,0 cents for children not having fathers or brothers In tho service, will admit "onlookers" to the gal lery, from which all tho vaudeville and merry making can be seen. • ■lust as the kiddles leave, they will receive a present ffotn Mania's chimney fireplace exit. I'pon en tering. the wonders of what's Inside the nuthoune may be seen. llememher, boy* nml chin. Invl tntions muxt bo called for lit once at 1 *«~ < I Cro«* ho.nl. | tin rt ern. Ml 5 t.'nlversity Mt. Santa must know how many iruest* ho In to enter tain at thiM big gathering to cclo hrato our soldiers' victory. Card Party, Dance and Show—All Free The I'Yomont lluslnen* Men's a*so elation will give a free vaudeville show, dance and card party In the Masonic hall Monday, stinting at 8 )• m. .Mayor Hanson ix exported to speak. This I* the first uct together entertainment given by the nowly or ganlxed rlub, which hw ehown us Its alogun "Urjttltr frenjont w Photo by M< Itrtdo Mrs. Frederick I'.entlev, who 1a in charge of the Christmas carols to ho sung at the lted Crons Christmas tree carnival at the Armory Decern her 'J 4. NOUHI It K \lH)|< I) VNi'i; A soldiers' and sailors' dance will l*> If I v<-n by the Youiik IVo|ilo'h I'unrlriK club, of South Park, on Sat urday evening, at the fieldhouac. ' IClßhth live. H. and Thistle «t. All lueu lu uuUvnu wili be aiUuuu-U free. Wilson Invited to Talk With Germans at Cologne Meeting BKItLIV, I>it. 7.—President Wil son In Invited by Cologne to moot del egations from ltortln and other clUes there, for the purpose of bringing about an understanding regarding tile Integrity of Germany. Herman newspapers ure showing a unlxersal dread of the various nop aratlst movements. Horlln. according to dispatches re- —METROPOUTAN_| SSL Dee. 12th I CAMP LEWIS PLAYERS I | A SOI.DIKH SHOW OF PROFESSIONAL. TALKNT J I PRICES: SKfSayW I All Prmwits lo Provide Prntiiuirnt FntrrtalnnuMit for Sick and I Com nlrxrriil Kolillrr* at n, P I|o«plt«l at Camp l<nvlai ■ SEATS ON SALE MONDAY J STARTING SUNDAY Margery Wilson and Joe King —IN— "The Hand at the Window-' a 'AK"Class*A' Theatre'Sß* "Pershing Club" Can File Papers OOIA'MBUS, 0.. Dee. T.—Attomsy General McGhee ruled today that In corporation papers of the J'ershlnS Republican league, sponsored by *i- Sen.'tor Dick, of Ohio, to elect On. J'ershlng president, may be filed with the socretaary of Ftate. ceived here, wants to form a com bined ullieU und German army to march against the liolslieriki in Rus sia.