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HOBO'S LIFE FOR $40,000 "Income Hank" Would Rather Ride the Rods Than Live in Luxury FT PAI'U Minn. Now. I« In come Hank" hu Juat icon* west. •(rtlfW fl.it on th« top of t passeniiri coach. convinced (hat h* rant give up th* lif* of a hobo for 140.000 "Income Hank" out on the mad. ha Is llenry lnbusch of ihe Milwaukee lnbum-hr*. a wealthy and established family when he's at hbme. Hut "lnooaa Hank" um't at horn* *»ry much Juat a half hour In the but three yeara, he haa apent 111 Mil waukee. KIllIvS 97.#00 MII.KS \\ itiioi t pwist. \ cfvt And aince hla flrat adventure, when a* a boy freah from gradua tton at St. John'a Military academy he first rv>d* th* rt<d» to th* north wood*. h» haa traveled a matter of *7.000 mllea without th* railroad* ever being the richer for It. A month ago "Income Hank"- h* hears that nam* out en th* raad because ( <f a amall bequest hla fam By send* regularly whenever he auppllns an address—decided to Abandon th* road. He obtained a position In the Bur llßgt»n yard* In St. Paul—•* a car lttßpe.-l.ir H* remark* he ought to know a bit ahout bo* cam. havlnc ridden In them for a matter of 17 \ y**r* The nthfr nlitht when h* crawled up over th* vestibule* aa of old to th* top of th* outgoing l»**eng-r. he had given up any *uch notion of reformation. With It h* had given up any expectation of re. celvtng the 111 00« which la to come to him. provided he ha* atopped hi* Wandering by the time he la 40. IKNT 40 YKT, Bl T UK CANT QrTT "Income Hank" isn't 40 jr«t Rut he waa convinced as h* slid up th* "deck" of that passenger he couldnt quit. He knew that the open road, the bog car and the rods have him. and that he never will abandon them Whether he like* It or not. •There are fin* pictures and ftn* ruga In my old home. There always Were. But I never enjoyed them, even as a small boy And now—l fuens I'm better In a bo* car." Th* Inbtmch family haa represent atives as high officials In Milwau kee hank a svnd distilleries HITH RKVI, HOBO "Income Hank" la a hot*. Plms* make no mistake about that. ll* la not a bum or a tramp, or a bund I* Stiff, or even a sclasorhtlL These tat ter are eatabllahed profession*, to be aura. A hobo, however, la Just a Mt higher In the aoctal acale. accord ing to Henry. Now. a bundlestlff earriee a bundle on his bark, while a hobo travels without lugKag*. WUU4OKRII J. «*»CNTM TIES™ A srtssorblll always walks, "counts ties." to speak technically. A bum begs his way and a tramp not only begs but steals occasionally At least that's tbe lexicon of th* read as furnished by "Income Rank." And 'lncom* Hank" Is a hobo. He works occasionally when he needs money, that Is. when the snood Is upon htm. and between times h* travels. Indeed, he travels tar and wide He's got to travel. H'a In his blood. And that's why Income Hsjik" can't quit, even for 140.000. Mother of Walter Mail* Weds Again BAN FRANCISICO. Nov. 3t—Wal ter Malls, who left handed the Cleve land Indians Into the American J>ago* pennant, acquired a step father at San Quentln recently when hla mother. Mrs Mary Mails, was married to Howard Newby, a prison guard. Woman Behind Bars for Killing Spouse BRI'HSKIJt, Belgium, Nov II A year's Imprisonment for killing her husband wa* the sentence imposed on Mm* Vandorp. She and her hus band had led a cat and dog life and she killed him by turning on the gas In his room after he had gone asleep. She did the deed after her husband had thrown her downstairs. Church of England Fights Easy Divorce SCARBOROUGH, Kngland. Nov. M. —The York dioceaan union confer ence of the Church of Kngland Men's society Is urging an church men and ohurchwomen to oppose th* further progress of the matrimonial causes Mil and went on record against easier divorce. One of Seattle's Oldest Established Dental Offices Special arrangements for out-of-town patients whose time is limited. Modern methods high-class dentistry low prices. These we offer you. Electro Painless Dentists Laboring People f s Dentists J. a VAN AIKEN, Muuiff UwtiJ far yean at H. K. Urmrr Mint and Wka. Phona Main 2MS Offf Owl Drug SUire. Bureau of Missing Relatives n»»> «M«mr InvHm lt« rwnlrrn In u»« (Hl* itfariHiMii mm mm aid In flnttlng rtlsllfoa ur frleu.U IHe «4»«*arlmMtl Is f help In re«mil<i| Ihnss ah* »%••• been s*iwr»ie«t Tliws «th«ae r*is(ltss •» M»i»4s are mialnf ere lit*lleal la r*|wrl Ihe ill—|>yearae. » .Uhm tl* Is The alar. Header* *h« •>«»* hn«« Ihe eliersabssls mi imWki mrtlili«»«ed In IhU ««elnmn ss ■ Iml«v| are *!•«• Is rep»rl In TlwVUf Hitter n «•«*•!•*«mrm ImllM In -Wierwlere h Items an will Utlnrnnl I heir ivnnanlUfS. an* Rarl Clucklo. wrontty reporter! mlaainir from his homo at Hodro \Vooll«*y, |a naM to have aoen hy l.ouia llanaon, » poctJon foreman, at May Valloy loirirtnar ramp, near N'ew«*ttntle. Wash, a few days a««. Truro of him htm ajtatn b«*n lout. A. CI uck to. hla father, of Itim-Wooltey, write* that ha will appreciate any furtlier Information of hla aon» w hereabout a. Cluck le WM last aeen dreoned In an old pair of blh over Mia. blue Jacket and mill tup. He wore army ihtwa and laid artnv I trou»er« under hla lie la haa light brown hair, light blue ••yea and one gold front tooth. The ftngerw of both hi* hand* have been smaahed. n n • The preaenf addreetnen of two annta who lived In Seattle up to a year ag*> Are nought by Mm W. A Maitaney, &S& ItoU at . formerly Mlna Kdna Mohn Ulna Minnie Fell, one of ihe mlaaing relativnss, formerly ran a rooming bouae at lOlt lMke at., but wm not there when Mm Mahaney mme to Seat tin fnwn (treat KalU, j Mont.. In the middle of September I The other aunt, whnte name, aim 4 * nhe wan married, the niae doea not I know, waa formerly Mine Veil. New Salvation Army Home Is Dedicated Imprvaslv* music and appropriate adilrraaee ai-companled th* dedication Thursday afternoon of th* Rcandlna vlan Kklvallon Amjy'a new 140.000 home at 14(3 Sixth av*. An enthual aatlc rally wa* held at I p. m . when Adam (Sifford. Weatern ivjinmander of the Salvation Army. Col. and klra J. W. Cousins. Brigadier and Mra C Chrlstopheraun and MaJ Wld*rry •pok*. VTKS. NANPT Sll \lu*. oI law atl IrvfNi*. who say, *h« re reived one at lite grrat««t sur prtws of her life when Tanlar rompMely rmtnred her health after she had almos4 loat hape of ever getting well. IWlarrs atoe suffered for twelve long yrmr*. "After seeing th* wonderful re stilt* my hu*band obtained from Tan lac I began taking the medicine my **lf. and now we both agree that It la th* grandest medicine on earth." ■aid Mrs. Nancy Sharp, a prominent and highly esteemed resident of Ixm Angeles. Calif., Uvtng at (31 Camulua •treet. whose husband 1s proprietor of the Merchants' Kxpreaa Co. "During the twelve years that I suffered with Indigestion and atom ach trouble I tried nearly every medicine I heard about, but nothing helped me and I lost faith In every thing. So. my wonderful reatorartlon to health has hern on* of tba great est aurplines of my life. "I began to feel an Improvement on finishing my second bottle of Tan lac, and now after taking six bottles I am like a new woman. I have a aplendld appetite, eat three hearty rival* a day. enjoy them thoroughly and am never troubled In the least with Indigestion or any other dla agreeable after effects. "Before taking Ton lac most every thing I ate caused my stomach to rebel and I would suffer for hour* afterward* I was dreadfully nervous that many nights 1 never closed my eyrw In sleep, but now I am not the least nervous, and I sleep like a child. My strength has been wonderfully Increased, and I have much more energy. "I Just Wish It was so everybody troubled Uk* I was knew about this wonderful medicine." Tanlac 1* sold In Seattle by Bartell Drug Stores under Ihs personal d| rectlon of a special Tan lac represen tative. THE SEATTLE STAR Bloodhounds Trail Stolen $BO Rooster Aft«*r a inrrry rluta*. |mrtl«limt*«l In bv two itrputy ihsrlffi ami twt» hloorihountlM. thn r««|M»rt waa innd* Thurmlay iiltfhl that no trar* had bc»rn found of (h« thlif who took a prta* rooatrr. worth I*o. from th«* «*hlcki»tf coop of Mra. A. Thaytr, 3124 Juneau pI Tlw fan icl Vrrt* nhwi of la to ha torn down, and Ma «lr. | wilt t«r umhl for rvoonatrurtlon In th® dry it*la ml ar«*n« of Krmnoo, || Hundreds of THIS Season's I No need to wait for next year's "low ' $2O-$25-S3O-$35-S4O-$45-SSO Illvl. IBMi \ Fahey-Brockman's vast buying and ) 1# li vWnl Jf selling volume offers you one great >JB chance to get this season's fashion's I and fabrics at next year's prices as f ■} 9 I well as save you $lO over ordinary I II | if I prices on every garment in any of I f| I 1 I our three great upstairs stores. 1 ' J 1 I I Suits, Overcoats, Raincoats ikl ffHi II Fahey-Brockman Building, Third and Pike x I The Washburn I Funeral Saturday for Mrs. Williams Kuneral *ervlce* for Mil esther Williams t. of I'ort lllakcly. will lie held at 3 p m Haturday at the hum* of Mr*. Willi*ina' Mr. and Mr*. Otto Peterson, In I'orl 11lak•-1 y Mr*. Williams wa* the wife of W. II «). William*, of Port Itlskely. Hlie died Thursday, after a long llnesa Pour children, a sinter and two brothers survive her Ihe I Hllnl Stales army arhonla are being attended by 100,000 sol dier*. Amateur Press Club Bids for Writers Hostile Amateur Press club hss Is sued an Invitation to amateur aril era to enroll In their organisation. Applications for membership may lie sent to 1310 llfh sve N. 8. Give Huge Ljl of Milk for Relief I/INIXIN. Nov. !« The lliltlah Vienna Kmergency Belief fund h«* received from an anonymous donor a gift of (0.000.000 ran* of oondens ed milk The "Prospect" Did Know About Army! KANHAH CITY. Mo. Nov 28 - Bergesnt John Boonl* of the army re. rutting office here saw on un usually well Imllt and alart looking yoiuig fellow *aunterlng along th* afreet. "J'ever Ihllik about Joining the army?" h* Inquired. The "pros pert" had Thereu|>on Boonl* gave a glowing recital of the arlvanlages of army life Th* young man ll*- tcned for 10 minutes, and then eg, plalneil that he was Karl I) Klt-mm, former colonel of Ihe |J9th field artil lery, a graduate of W**t Point. In- Build Own Road at Cost of $60,000 WHITK PI.AINU, N T , Dec 2« Dan B. Hanrm, multi millionaire horseman, and Holbrook Bllnn, ac tor. becoming desperate over th* fall ure of th* town of Newcastle to re pair the highway which pa**>-d their home*, have la-gun tho work of re building them*clv«s. It will cost them HO,OOO. cldentally, In civilian life, he Is a general manager of the Kansas City. Ksw Valley and Western Itallway. Thanks God When He Says His Name NKW YORK. Nov 2«—N>w Y«rH h\jMln+**mrn who hava o*-*-union tw uM*i a t*»y have heen o*k- Intc <i certain dark haired and d*rk rytJ young man of dlitlncUf# ap> )Hiu *n« •« what hli name la. An 4 ♦ hey have found out he 1* Adolph Tu'lroa Hhukrulla. Kicyptt*". who r* fuaed to fo ti» rollene In Kjrypt be* r*u»»«* of HriUth rule, and iff h«r«M working his way a* a in»*a»*n*er boy. Kii ukrulla, by the way. meant • Thanklnir dot "