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Cable car AND AUTO IN CRASH Woman Cut Up: Bruised; Auto Is Smashed in Midnight Accident When r. A. Knrfund'a auto Mihnt Into a cable oar at Fourth Mkl Madtxon ahortly after midnight Wadncadav Rnglund miatalnad laccr ■dons ai.d bruin#* Mr*. Jo* Mar •hall. IT. S.'JO tSth ave. W., wraa rut gm the right eye and alao on the Ifc>. and the a-jto wa* Imdly dama**d. Kniitund llvra at MM FVurth ave W. He waa taking Mr*. Marxtiall. who work» night* at tha Ibrnry build 111* home. Mra. Marshall ear lier In the evening Iwmma 111. and •Wfcll.' Mamllng on the curb Kngtuud (Hie along and offered to "glva her t* lift" Her Injurtaa ware treated at the tHy hospital. HO! TOR THE THIRD ANNUAL ALDERWOOD MANOR THE EVENT OF THE SEASON SEATTLE'S GREAT POULTRY AND AGRICULTURAL SHOW AT ALDERWOOD MANOR FRIDAY—SATURDAY—SUNDAY , SEPTEMBER 24-25-26 SEE"BABE RUTH" THE WORLD'S GREATEST HEN The $lO,OOO White Leghorn That Has Just Beat All Records by Laying 326 Eggs in 365 Days See the remarkable products of the soil—giant vegetables, fruits, fa mous fireweed honey; domestic science exhibit Visit the finest poultry demonstration farm in existence—and see how 15,000 layers are handled, and the wonderful trap-nest system that keeps an accurate record of each hen. SATURDAY: CHILDREN'S DAY Exercises under the direction of Professor Wright, superintendent of Snohomish County schools. DANCING SATURDAY NIGHT In the big school house. Jazziest of jazz music. Fine floor. Lots of room. SUNDAY: Seattle and Everett Day Delegations from the Chambers of Commerce and Commercial Clubs of Seattle, Everett, Snohomish, Edmonds, Bothell, Kirkland, Bellevue and other places will be there. Fun for Everybody! Amusements for all! Refreshments, lunches and home cooked meals served on the grounds. Come and bring the family to a good old-fashioned Country Fair. ELECTRIC TRAINS EVERY HOUR oo the SeattJevErerett Interurban, leavlnc Sixth and line. Nettle, on llie half hoar, Innvlnr the Interurban Depot in Kvrrrtt oo the even hour. EXTRA CARS ON SUNDAY Automobile* drive oat tU Wartlike and U*> North Trunk Ibwlevird. ALDERWOOD MANOR FAIR ASSOCIATION W. A. Irwin, Prrwldent H. McKenna, Vice PreaMent Kok«rt Jrn«eo, HecrrUrr C. Valentine, Treasurer DnWCTORS: T. Rofera, William Morria. M. Pwmen, I. Shell on, 11. Otto, K. Armstrong, M. Manen, A. Chaae Irishman From India; Thinks Papers Fanny "Wiura, lt'» a toppln' country to tlvw in. but nn h a haa nrrd life, In America." aaya John Klt»pi»trl« k. an Irishman. horn and In India, who will enter tha I'nlveralty of Washington till* ntonlh for a uum In g*olugy and oil engineering. Fltapatrlrk wnrwl with the Indian anny during the war and wua for II inontha In Kant I'ruimla. In India, wlwra hla father t» a government eigcnt. he haa lived In Ilomltfty. tVl rut la. Madraa and many entailer rltlea. 'Tha funnleat thing* In \merlca to nie are the newmwper*. They ar# ■o— freah. I think to" will call It. And they do not have enough Inter national newa or natlonul nrwa. They are ao very distinctly local and personal "Hut your maana-of getting about, aplrndldl Why, we have only taxi ratwi and carta In India, and It la very Inconvenient. With guaoline Tic a gallon motor vehicle* are n# *VT popular, tho A mertcatlt mada oars ar* cheaper anil more eaatly ob tainable than thoa* of Kngltah and domratlc make " KltxpatrUk hope* to return to In dia to work In th* oil buainean there after liia atu.lv at tha university. NOW YOU KNOW WHERE THE STRAW HATS GO! England May Buy Coal From China LONDON. Bapt. I?- It la reported that merchant* hava offered to la liver 100.000 ton* of coal In Kurop* from China. The prtca, all charge* I wild, la to b* $lO a lon. THE SBATTLI STAB Potts have gone batty worrying about the rote* of yester day. The photographer herewith solve* the problem—Whither the straw kelly of summert # Every dog ha* his day and in the upper left corner we have a dog who ha* a hat, Toby's master gave it to him to play with. In the center is one day's collection of straws made by a ho- M porter from the waste basket* of guest rooms, and, at the right, is a canny gentleman packing' his four-and-a-hfilf buck bonnet away in moth balls. He'll buy straw hat bleach in the spring. Music should accompany the lower picture—"Rags r-a-g-s! Eny r-a-g-seny bottles, t-n~y hats to-d-a^y?" The rag man dor* a thriving business at this season. What he does u-ith the bushels of straws he collects the photograph er couldn't find out. Ifs a trade secret Wind-Blow Affidavit Clears White Men lUCntXA. Hut. Kept. M.—Boaked hy the rain*. burled beneath the •miwi and blown about tba pralrlea by the win da of II year*, a document which aettlea a point that history laavee In doubt haa Juat been found near Kcgtna. It I* an affidavit awom to by Cor porn I Much J. A. D*vtd*o» of the Royal Northweat Mounted Polio*, and affirm* that the fin* ahot of I»ul* Kiel * aecond rebellion In It*6 wita fir* by one of hi* half breed fol lower*. Home writer* have contended that the whltia precipitated the con flict that drenched wealern Canada In blood. Th« flntt hattla of the war fought at Duck I<ale*. a village nnar the North Ha*katche«ran river at the northern limit* of the land* which war* left by Canada to the lludaun Retired Conductor of N. P. Dead Here Funeral nervlce* for dennis Con roy. <7. letlred Northern I*aclflc conductor, who died y«-*tcrday at hla horn* 1041 Yale ava. N„ will tie held at Ml. Patrick'* Catbollo church at » a. m. Thunxlay. He I* *ur vlved by a widow and two dnugh tar*. Miaa Monica Conroy and Mr*. A. A. Hall, and a *on, Edwin Con ray. all of Hontll*. Burial will be at Calvary cemetery. New Capitol Unit to Cost $4,000,000 OI.TMPIA, Bept. Coat of the new capltol unit will aggrrgnte np proximately 14.000,000, according to cat I mate* made here today. The temple of Justice, tha flmt of the I.roup to be completed, repre aemla an expenditure of fIM,OOO, while the office building, now In couraa of oonatrtictlon, will ooat nearly s*7f>,ooo. Work on the unit la progreaelng rapidly. Catarrh Germs Move Out When Hyomei Moves In No atomach doaln*. TTrnmel la mada ehleflv of oil of anratyptua, taken from the oucalyptua fnreata of Inland Australia. and combined with other excellent antlaoptlra. In Inland Auatralla tha atmoa phera la no Impregnated with halaam thrown out by tha euealyptua treea lhat *crma do not thrlrn. and In eonaefjuenea cou*ha, colda. catarrh and other noaa and throat afflctlona ara practically unknown. Praathe llyomel and *et tha aame plaaaant ffnrm lillllnK effect aa yon would (tat In lha euealyptua foraata. Hyomal la aold by Kartell Dm* Co. and drumciata »v«rywhrr« on a guarantee of satlafactlon or money refunded. HrOMA Ends indigestion It rallavea atomarh nilarrv, aour atomach, belchlne and all atomach dlaeaae, or money bark. t.nrirc bo* of tablet* at ail dlUKKlata la all towns. . Bay company tn 1171 and are bow twin* r I rated out to farm aettlera. Major Croaler. In command of 10 aet lara and North Wat Mounted Police, fall in near the little ■elUemeat with* a greatly auperlor foroe of rebel* While a parley waa being held be iwwi the leader* firing truiL The fight laated an hour. The half-breed* fled on their hor*ea, carrying away aavrn wounded, but Ira vine U dead <>o the field. Rlel* victory e*n**d the Indian* to JoHi the Innurrert >on. Hut It al*o aounded hla own death knelL The ■attier* roe* In defenae of their homea, troop* hurried from the east and the rebellion wa* crushed. lUel waa hang*d at Itrglna. Fpeoklng llkn a voice from tba crave. Corporal Davldwm nweara In Ilia affidavit that the flr*t «hot rain* from on* of Rlel'a haltbrced* (Touch Ing In the wolf willow* and whl*tled paat hi* head "Until Major Croaler irave the order." he aaya, "no ahot ••n* fired by any of our party." The w«ather beaten old affidavit waa *worn to before Htephan Ilrew ■ter. a notary public at Prtnca Albert May .10. 1II&. Dee pita wind and weather, It I* atlll quite legible. If. ng I* auppoaed. It waa lout at Prince Albert, It had traveled ISO mile* when Ita wind blown Journeying* ended at Regtna. Dona marriage lull love* Do l«v* problem* Intarta* ywa? 8 Kit ™ The Inferior Sex' ■ . ttnhn 'SSJB High Class Dentistry At moat reasonable prices. Extraction absolutely with out pain or bad after ef fects. All work guaranteed IB years. Take care of your health. X-RAY FREE 9 to 10:80 A. M. United Painless Dentists Phone Elliott 3638 Third and James Street. NICARAGUANS FRIENDLY NOW Cheer United States at Big Parade in Capital WAN KRANCIHTO. «n.t Sl.—Lat in Amei I-* la rear-tin* to the »un»«« of III* t!llllM Hint™ In tin- world war. Kurtkine that have limn antl- Yank** am now loudly proclaiming thamarlvaa "umliroe" with the Amert i* na, notal>lv Nicaragua, which haa "forgotten" lh« /.»luva Incident. Anticipating a alruggla at the polla on Ootobar 4 to ouat l'iealdent Kmlllano Oiamorro, (X>narv alive leader, thara haa been a coalition of the pro* reaalvi*, national lata and lll.eralee Tha lllvralra art the Tor mer followara of tlen. Joaa Kantoa iftelaya, who aa praaldent of Ntoa ragnn, became embroiled with tha I'nit<-<1 Htalra and eventually flad U> Mexico for refuge Tha omiaervatlvee maintain that tha llt>eralae atlll liata tha Yasike«e, that they war* pro-ijerman In tha war hut that following tha failure of Oermany to maka good her Imperial latio dreama In America lhay ara forced to curry American favor At any rata, tha coalition forcaa ra<a>ntly atag«d a bl* parada In which tha marchera carried a mpllcA of tha American alatua of Überty and paaaed before tha American I*- iratlnn under tha eyea of Dr. Ften)a mJn Jafferarm, American mlnlater, and a (roup of hla countrymen. Ix»ud ware the ~vtv«V for "lon Ka tadoe IJnldoa." for "al Oran Henor Woodr-oa Weelaon - for Liberty and for everything American. TAKE STEPS TO BID RESERVOIR Show-Cause Order Issued Against City rVrntrowTry that hu nin) tor m<.nth* around the cnnutrurtion of a t"-» raatrvolr In Volunteer park rum* to a head Tvmbjr when Judfa Oilrtn M. Hall aimed an or <ier citing the at* to ahow oauee In the auperlor court. October a. •hf a temponry Injunction abould not be banned bairlnf construction on tha reaerrolr. The txjard of public work* plan* to open l>lda for tha contract to eiravata tor tha raaerrotr, Heptem bar 14. To Hold Funeral of Dr. Morgan Thursday funeral eervlcaa for I>T. William P. Morgan. 14. who died at I lolling Hay Monday, will ba held at I p. in Thursday at the Washington Cre mation aoeietjr. Tor 41 y«*n Dr Moron baa baas known (Imply an "The Doctor," on Bainbrfcfcra I aland, wbtra ba baa dona hfc year* of "•rrloa. The wbereabouta of bin relatlTOß ara nnknown. Is Good Samaritan With Usual Results Tb« chaao* acquaintance nld tot W bfOlMk *• Chart** Rant*, af Kant took pity an him. Ho *h*red Ma M with Mm at the Europe hotel, t.Ol H Main. ft onto aleepa tli* »leep of Uw Joat. Wh<-a h» wakened Wednesday. the naw friend waa p»i» with tba uauaJ man Ita. Ran to ta trot IN caah. Ml check, watch, chain, charm, pair of ahoea «n<l a hat. H* told the police about It AMUSEMENTS PANTAGKS ®"H*eea, SUM Klghte. T aad • NOW PUtTINO "Tun RtalXO UKSKRATIOR* fneser A Itlcerdo; The Holdon Bird; Bladon Dancer*; Hrnihaw A A very; Wire A Walker; Pantageecope. UaMaai Mat*. Hri Sight* «•* ORPHEUM S&i/t/S THEATRE Levy* M antra I remedy Ca. la •nnt wikMtnt widow Night* (Monday). «Sc Mat inee* l>a'ljr. 27c. Ladle*' Matln.cn (rxr-ept Htindara), tic. Mala Daily Except Mnn-Thar* »■»>. Wight*. Tilt aad »il» WRKBn% rail *ad rtae KIIMI MM Raw Itere—Wat*. Taday *ad Hat. -TUB WRY IIIEA" "A Refined Comedy for Refined Audience*. METROPOLITAN!». ■atlaee Today aad Matarday Ralph liunbar I're*ent* "ROHI\ HOOD" The Pamou* Comic Opera, with a Pamnu* Company of Singer*. Kvealaga, SOc t* *2.50. —— t. O R W g Direction of Ackerman A ItaTri* ■NAPPT V*t lIKVII I.F Tea Rrawa'a Ma*teal Rem OTHRR 111 till CLAM ACTS I'eatare Photeptayi Kdlth dtarey la "Mm Madaeea" MOORE MUCH, A TKRHY la "THRKK'H A CROWD" WHch. fctculjr and Mnntro>«; Adlrr and Dunbar; La Orartona; Onnkto Tfikt; Clifford and WIIIni J. Jobnsva, Syncopa tion. riuVinjAß no. tr.?—skai.icd pho pdfctl* will be received at office of fifitieral Purehaalnir At'-tn Alhh han Knglneerlmt ComHilaalon. 423 Hall Street Terminal, Seattle, Waah., not Inter than 11:00 a. m„ September It. 19SO, fur furnlahlne mlacenaneoua hardware and toola, flaaa. tenia, ateel bunk*. ahafta or bob alcda. valvea, nulla, rlvata, twlat drill blta. flue rxpnndrr*. bolt rllppara. fllaa, acetylene tlghta, plow ateel rope, hamcaa wrbblnv and leather. horaa blan keta. duff harneaa. etc., tank ateel. mild ateel, ateel balla, hnndlea and paavlea. Coplea of thla circular may be obtained upon application at thla office; from AlaaKnn Kn- KlneerlnK Commlaaion. SOI Poat offlca UulMlnjc. Portland, Ore., and Alaakan Kntclneerlnß Oommlaalon, *O7 Cuatom llouae. San Kruiu laco. I'll. <'• K. DoLli, Uencrul I'm chaalng Agent. Boys Replace Maids in Chicago Home# CHICAGO, Kept Jt— "Ist the m«n do the hotaaework" 1* rapidly becorn trie the alogan of CM<**o woman, according to Information obtained from aKiiployment again lea her* to day. Finding It Impoaalbl* to obtain eld aervanta, the woman tie hiring man to replace the maida Filipino and JaptuieaM boya aapecially are In fle tnand. A* the atjpply of man for thaaa Jot.* la not auffli.ient to meet the demand, many bualnaaa men are be ing praam-d Into aervli* during thalr time at home, cleaning. preparing meala and dpi rig other houaewor^. John Cavariaugh, former prvfirle tor of an employment agency deal 111* In aarvant girl*. declarea hi* ca»» wa* typical «if many Chicago man. "I »aa unable to oontlnue In bual naaa barnuaa thare ware no girl* for the poaltiona," aald Cavanaugh. "I rloead up and got a Job for $2O a weak- My wife bad an oport unity to gat a Job In a t<* room where Only Two Judffes to Battle for Places Only two Judgaa- John H. Jorey and Everett Kmlth wlt| IwttUe for their position on the King eounty bench In the Nnvemlier elactlona, ac cording to tha official count Juat com Pleted by County Auditor Norman WardntL Eight of the ctindldataa received Uie neceiaaary majority to elect them. Tlia aucceaaful Judge* are Kraler. Han, Gilliam, Ronald. Tall nun and Dyketnan and JuaUce of the f*nace Drinker and Au«Un E. tJrlf fltha. 9EO)N»AkVNUAN» tNIVCBSnY STREET Special Price Basement i —No regular lines of merchandise arm maintained in the Special Price BaseJ ment The stocks are constantly chang ing, being composed altogether of special lot purchases which are bought at a big reduction and sold quickly at very low prices. k 0 For Thursday's Selling 130 Dresses at $19.75 60 COSTUME SATIN AND CHAR MEUSE DRESSI^S. 25 TRICOLETTE DRESSES. 45 TRICOTINE DRESSES. A wide variety of new styles with mod els suitable for party, street and school wear. SATINS IN NAVY, BROWN AND BLACK. TRICOLETTES IN NAVY, COPEN HAGEN AND BROWN. TRICOTINES IN NAVY. All sizes, 16 to 44. Dress Aprons, $1.75 —2OO Percale Dress Aprons—plain pink and blue, with collar, cuffs and pockets trimmed with white banding. Also a large assortment of stripes and small figures on white grounds— all cut comfortably full and finished with broad belts and deep pockets. Hand Embtoidered Aprons $2.95 -—Hand embroidered Coverall Aprons, made of heavy unbleached sheeting; yoke, belt £nd pockets embroidered in silk embroidery of dif ferent colors in a dozen or more pretty designs. IremnwDAT. iwrawngw tt. iw. aha eould make twice that uMSt I'll aay aha went to work." Ctrintuilt *ald ha prepared (M maala. cleaned ho«»« and took oars of tha children. There la nothln# unuaiial about It." ha aald. "Man/ ChlrMO tn»-n. unaMa to maka aJt much money aa thalr wtvaa. ar« ,£> working at homa, althar jfcrt or afl of tha tlma." Mra. Ij. A. Waltara, head of th« J1 woman'! aectlon of the 1111 no la atata 31 employment bureau, aald man warffl balng hired for houaework where**#'®! available. n "Wa hare fire tlmea aa many re. 1 quaata for glrla aa we can fill," aha j Hind. "Many young men. eapeciallf J Kiltplnoe and Japa, are being hire* 7 for maid*'" Manitoba's Wheal Crop Is Biff One WTKNIPEO, Manitoba, gept *l— wheat crop thla year IB worth approximately $17,500.00# tm the producer* Thla la the estimated reach*! tiy computation baaed on Uie report of provincial de portment of agriculture on crop eea> diUona. Moore to Run as Sticker Candidate H. Altlb Moore, railroad m*«. who warn an ur»uor»«rful candidal• for the republican nomination for rniKTMi from the Flrit dlitrtet, at d the primaries, announced Tu«-»dajr « that be would ran aa "an Independ ent procr^indve aticker candidate."