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The Seattle Star ■»M m* <* «M>. «w ■ "I*' * ■Mkt It M; « »•(»» M t»! >w, M.M. Hi th. «mi <4 MMt M IM Mat*. Mt »« liH IM t Mlkt " MM 9 fm». Br n«. «*». «»• »• ~A Home Brew; OI K DAILY FICTION One* upon a time there wu a nn *nd hi* wife who were frtond* altho ovirrted FTlrnd Husband had participated in * hard nurht'» work at the Tur» day Evening club but had •owrtrnt seven dollar* and six Mta to the food, having had th* ■ond fortune to hold three a era •falnxt ihre* kliurv So the neit day FTlerid Wife "unf»lM that they haw dinner at ll» Uunga low or at the Butler * "Kay. nay." replied Friend hushutv! "I don t like to «o where the entertainers wear mch abort skirt* " • • a MM finds old *<•*« wtth to In It 1 and la complimented tor honeaty *Wn h» ruahr, th» find to Seattle follce headquarter*. Huh! We •land unconvinced until we know What he'd hare don# If he had found aa old pair of paats with something In the hip pocket * * • Ka bead wan bald, hla faea vaa wrinkled. Hla teeth ware gone, be waa rheu matic. ■a had the palay, he had the atraa. Hla Ihrer acted quite erratic; Bit he waa only ninety-eight, Waa Hiram Rbenexsr Orubh. AM ao they voted him a member Of the Young Men 'a Republican dab. e e e VNDRR THE rnui wT.wm, NO ONR W»nj) SF.K.K KEY BOLE HTTKRING, OR EVEN WINDOW PANES TRaauvaia la terrible whan he'a an -onr. l'»e aeen him fight Ha brake ft nan's Jaw with one blow No man hi Grand Aunae would bare dared paap thru a keyhole or climb ladders «a Watch n«d"—From Interview with wltnaaa In StlPmao divorce suit, e e e A gtrl I hate la anlppy IJxxie She alwaya ear*. "The tine la bo»y " Another one la Cynthia Or»y. With "Tou may not" Or "Tou may " e • • The atMunahlp Wenatchae la re ported to. hare a bathroom adjoining •vary a tat* room. But the queallon mt the moment la: Haa It a bar? e • e They're mourning now Young Tommy (loaded. Ha didn't know The gun waa loaded. Oh. aad*a the fate Of Armatrong, Hal; The cork popped out And apllled the gal. Poor Louie Hart. The P9II tag raker. Peered Johnny Manning; The undertaker. • • • Ty Cnbb aaya It Isn't fair for th» •awapapera <0 expect too much of him thla aeaaon. We're not aspect- ISC much of you. Ty. All we expect is one fight a week. e e e "T noticed the other day." poet cards E W. D., "that Wllaon O. Smith said, 'Erstwhile obtrualveneaa became highly colored relatively' I hare alwaya contended that thla wu ao but nerer before have I found any •Sthorlty for It Blnateln. In hla Word* on relativity, lgnorea the point altogether" a a a We found In Uncle Warren's In augural addreea that he stood for "conciliation, mediation and arbitra tion'' and Waahlngfon la trying to gueaa whether or not he I* for "iso lation." Here'a a chance for the Jlßgle ra. Conciliation I* vexation. Mediation ia the same- MAIN STREET MONOTONY Mr. lewis ban net the literary critic* to dlacumlng hi* book "Main Street." Thoae of ua who were liorn. a* I w«, on Main Btreet In an American town, know that life there la not quite no sordid and aninvltinir as he deacrlbf* It, but there la no denying the phonographic accuracy of many of hla deacrlp tlona He aaya: "Nlne-tentha of the American towna are eo much alike that It la the completeat boredom to wander from one to another. There la the aa ma lumber yard, the name railroad atatlon, the tame garage, the aa m e creamery, the name box like houses and two atory ahopa. • • • Such a aoclety function* admirably In the large production of cheap automobiles, dollar watcbea and safety rftzorn Rut It la not aatiafled till the entire world also admits that the end and joyous purpoae of living li to ride. ]n flivvers, to make advertising pictures of dollar watch*, and In the twilight to alt talking not of lov« and courage but of the .convenience of aafetjr rasora. • • • The mora Intelligent young people and the fortunate wltfowa flee to the cities Advertising the City A Sample Comes to Light in the Dallas Journal T JNDER THE CAPTION, "Up in Seattle," the Dallas Journal of March 4 prints the following edi torial : Speaking of street car fare and it seems like we have hoard something on that subject of late — there's the case of Seattle. Seattle own* her own traction system. But Seattle hasn't paid for it. In fact, there is a little balance of $15,000,000 due. And then there's the interest on that. So far the income from fares hasn't met that in terest, to say nothing of the principal or the wages , of the men. So the city of Seattle is usinjr tax money to pay the interest and is paying the street • car men with warrants, which a hank discounts at 6 per cent. The worst of it is the grand jury in vestigated that $15,000,000 valuation and found that $10.0<X).000 of it was water. But the city con tracted hard and fast to pay it. Perhaps Dallas is not th« moet unfortunate city in the world, after all. Outside of the fact that no part of the principal is due on Seattle's railway until March, 1922, when the city should, and no doubt will, be able to pay it; out aide of the fact that the railway has paid every install ment of interest promptly when due; outside the fact that not a cent of taxpayers' money went to pay any part of the purchase price or operating costs of the sys tem purchased from the Puget Sound Traction Co. un til after Mayor Caldwell came into office, when $83,- 000 was taken from the general fund as a loan, and ■ which will be paid back as rapidly as efficient man agement of the system can be secured; outside the fact that labor has received its wages promptly; outside the fact that in order to show a substantial loss for the railway, a bookkeeping charge is made of $672,000 a year as depreciation, while at the same time the railway has been spending more than $1,200,000 a year for maintenance, equipment and re-' placements; outside the fact that the city hasn't in vested a nickel in the enterprise, and therefore is pay ing 5 per cent interest to bondholders, which, had it made any capital investment of its own, would be fig ured as profit; outside the fact that the railway is mak ing a clear profit now over and above interest charges and depreciation charges, and that it will be on a solid cash basis from now on; outside the fact that the grand jury made no investigation of the value of the property, but took the prejudiced estimate of ONE un known "expert," who was hired to make an unfavor able report by the mayor's lawyer-prober; outside the fact that the municipal railway is a better paying proposition than many other city departments and other state and county enterprises, such as county fer ries, and aviation fields, and golf linka, and highway construction; outside of these few facts, the Dallas Journal had a correct picture of the situation here. The Dallas paper, of course, mistook a lot of calam ity howling, emitted here for political effect, as the real stuff.. But the harm was wrought, nevertheless. Seattle has been advertised in Dallas, as it has in New York and elsewhere—advertised for ills it is not en during, except in the warped minds of political shysters. New Use for Discards XTEW usw are being found all the time for material lN which formerly wa.« discarded. Straw is being distilled to make gas or gasoline. A similar use is being made of corn-cobs and sawdust. Whether straw gas can he employed successfully for driving automobiles hasn't been determined, but satisfac tory tests have been made of its use for stationary engines. And there's paper. Wood pulp is the chief material. But paper has been made of many other fibers since first it was manufactured from papyrus, a Nile rush, in ancient Egypt. A new raw material for paper has been found in sugar cane stalks which have been run thru the mill. Paper from sngar cane might be particularly suitable for love letters. By tin in! tyttern if tt compUralei. The Jap. Hr <COMMI>O Tap. put tt on the Map. Plebitcite: 'll end) I inn, taxlt y/mt lot!" LAquor tfpwniliv ien't u dry a tubfecl at a few month* ago Wo man dnu bt* nature until he tow< garden teedt that never come up Maybe mnttelu can teO t it why the morr material i« • drett. the Icu U colt*. The early bird may get the worm, but if l the Intr rUer that limoutinei to hit office. If everything elm fat It, why not tend an American bonk agent to collect the German indemnityt KcientUtt tayt comet may hit the earth. Everything 1 1 coming dovm. but thU it too much of a good thing. Young America teemt to home no right of telf-determination when mo wantt tomethino at the grocery ttorc. At cott of llrino drrtpt, thr landlord whn doemt rut rrnti it in €ffrrt railing thrm, for MM dollar ttradilu hu V* more. Tnlrdn fudge rule* teller blamrlem if nature putn kirk in trmperanrs drink* Sauohty nature too* thr original hrrtrrr and dintUlrr. BY DR. WILLIAM E. BARTON with anility, and. aplta of the fiction*) tradition, r«wi lutely itay there. wMnm returning even for tb« holl day*. The mqw protesting [at Mot* of tha town* leave them, if they ran afford It. and In old a«e go to live In California or In the cltlea The reaaon la not a whiskered ru*tlclty. It la nothing ao amusing! It la an unimaginatively standardised background. » slugglshnea* of npeech and manner*, » rigid rulinu of the aplrlt by a deal re to appear respectable. it i* contentment- the contentment of tha yulet dead, who are scornful nf the Uving for their rest lea* walking It I* the prohibition of happiness. It I* alavery aelf sought and eelfdefended. It I* dullne** made Ood A wivorle.* people, gulping taatele** food, and sitting afterward, coatles* and thoughtless. In rocking chairs, prlclily with inaane decoration*, listening to mnchan leal mualc, saying mechanical thlnirn about the excel lence of automobile*, and viewing Ihetnaelve* aa the greatest race in the world " I have Mlectcd theae sentenog* from several differ ent pages, in order to give the gist of hi* picture concisely. A* 1 *ay, I wit* born on Main Street, and at It* Intersection with another Important thorotara, directly opposite the Town Pump, and I know the kind of town and It* limitation*. It 1* not quita ao deadly monotonoua as Mr. I>ewis repreaenta. But can we not make life on Main Street a little more Npontanaoua, a little more full of natural and reasonable Joy, a little lehs dependent on movlra and automobile* for the atuff of life? for those are not the thing* on which men can llveT The kingdom of heav«n miul be within u*; and Midn Street muat be surveyed straight thru the New Jerusalem. THE S E ATTt.E STAR SETH TANNER What'. kananr nr lb' IMtlo Wean >hurt that tawd to hang «a • nail on «•»«*» bark klldiiti dorr? Mm| atart. but Int fin bdk. Letters to the Editor— WHY rtIK KRKN/IKD L*\MKNTATION? Kdltor Thf HUr An I un4<f«twiit and r*meiuh-r them. ih» pr*w in<l lh» puMlr of Ba»t(le hiMW, audi of thara u ww lniercf>(*d. (hat lb* ■ treat oar line* wtil<h th*y cod torn litaM purrhuinf wrr» not a good Invaatment Tl»r liiww Ihw (ba ac tual not F«mini« on (ha oar HAM alorvr. aa op*nlxl by (h* Rtone a Wehatar onmalaMiin, »»r» not auch an is iMiipl anjr InrMtor. Thay knm, and had md ample prmi4. (hat Ihr Rtone A W»l»(fr orgunl** U»n wv unafeli l to oparata th* Nim •>n • ba*la *ati« factory to Iha public lni'»pi at • loa«. Knowing thoaa facta than, tha public, rapraaantad by it* elected of fUlaJa. of who*) Mr Caldwell «ra» on*. and roMmrxt of Ita ariadotn by tha daily papara rntard into nagoti atlona with tha Rtona A Wabatar Ul Irraat* for tba pureluaa of tba fla atUa car llnaa The nanitlal Inrt ttanla oT thaw nagotlatlooa ww». I ballav*. an offar by Rtoaa A W*h a tar to aall tha line* for aomethlng Uka lIISOO.OOO. which waa not ac oaplod by tba city: A countar offer by tba city to purrhaaa tha llnaa for |1I.M«.»00 whKh waa acreptad by Rtona a Wrlalfr and ntlfM by tha people Tlia purchaa* of tba llnaa waa loudly Acrlaltmd aa tba aoiv tkwi of HeatUa'n car mrr lea. Now. however. a far different atory la told. All th«-aa facta, which ara raad about at that Uma. war* (ban ajml bow ara A(TTT'ALI.Y true' Tha atraat ear ara not a paying Innatmaiit. ainKit» have hAd to pay tba taxaa and atraat upkeep a* panara of tha oar tinea And ao *nm* of ua hava AC Italy about farad, blotted from oar tnlnda tba caaual and optlmiatlr way In which wa one* dtoronntad thaaa facta, and hava tarwad oar rftilaoua wrath upon thoaa who hava tha (-worm** to fulfill thair ohltgaUont. bowevar difficult thay may ba, and upon Rtona A Wab atar for letting ua buy tha llnaa Th» exact purpnoa of tha framiad lama nt at tuna la not. on (ha aurfaca. apparent. If my neighbor offer* to aall ma a uaad automobile for Il.tM, And after UtrntlMlon I off»r to buy for Ifoo, do I hara any legal ndrwa If my neighbor accept* ray offar And t latar find thAt tba automnhUa WAA not worth tha purcha** prlea? In other word*, do*" (ha law in-julr* In (o tha uVqiMcy of conirtdaratloa whara Ita praaanra la undoubted* If rallaf from tha a>r»amant la (* alrnl, «by not confar with tha Rtona A Wwbatar lala over the beat method of aeulln# tha auch a aattlamant la lmpo«B<ibla. why not atand by (ha mm* cooperate in A leva I haadad manner, dantda on tha beat pnaalbl* plan of Operation, and "carry on"? Why not admit thAt wa made a poor banraln. dla play A llttia common aanaa. and make tha beat of our bar rain* Above all. why not ceaae the diaruatlnc flow of tnalnuattooa which decide nothln*. help no ona and Injuraa ua All? If Haattla la to live aa tha tmpor tAnt center of tha Northwaat. would It not ba well to make of It a place where decant man may hold office without having every difference of opinion on their part met by recrimi nation and abuae from thoaa with whom thay dlffar? By way of explanation. I mAy aay thAt tha moat I evwr received from Rt one A W»hate r waa a trunafer. and I paid for that M F. PUOH. $1195 »■•.**». IM THERE'S NO ONE OUTSTANDING FEATURE IN THE GARDNER LIGHT FOUR—IT'S GOOD THROUGH AND THROUGH—ITS 100 .PER CENT ALL OVER—IT HAS QUALITY AND STYLE —THERE'S AMPLE CAPITAL BEHIND IT AND AN ORGANIZATION WHO TAKE PRIDE IN BUILDING A BETTER CAR AT A LOWER PRICE. • Tut GARDNER MOTOR CO.. INC. *r. LOtJM. u ft. A. DiHtributorH and lletailrm »••«««• . "Mkaa* Vaklaia '•M «. Plk* It Hheae Kaat IN. IIRAI.BRX Klrhlaad. Merrta Meter Oa. Otnala. Kre^Ht—lCtgta <'*aip*ar—-fcterett inquiring reporter t»du-k qt'KirrtON In your opinion luw ar rived? AMWRKU james WILSON, l«ll M#lrue# •vs.: "Wall till I r.ri thin chll nut of mr #y#tem and I*ll »n»w»f you " M V. hill Kdmondai "If* aprtng ail the limn In tha *U»«a of Waahlngton " miss D. henry I til Hiilon at.: "You lint I juat ear it keep from tiaing #nrly In th* momlni." MIBH L>. berklund IZtl M av#.: "Ton niuat be pretty nallou* If jpoii are unable lo It jrtMinM-lf." george fenwick 4«54 Chin fa ava • "Come out and laki a look HI my budding flower garden arul make your own dactaton." uncle sam md «)|M> sill h# aaiem* If leat M laf#ei»lt— tna#»lw«. I). lab ile H#alia amir*. Waafciaataa. I> C. Tha aymptoma of eya-atraln may ba entirely lu ai, *u< h a* fnillng of j vialon. p>a palna. InfUiual Ud*. watering, etc. They may ba refle* in charartar. appearing aa dlatant pulna or diaturb ancea of certain or ran*. Th«y may ba paychlc and make the child appaar atuptd. whan tba raal iroubla u that Im» cajuwt aaa cvtn (ortably aaa Mobfcartng and Bed WMtlng My mil* aaa. I yaara aaa t aaaatha -W. *k>Mm >oaa<**lty xl|M aa4 a*r aad arvia im M. aMka I taka kla bp dwlai tka atgkt At hi* are la* I praaum* ba ha* fin ished milling bla temporary taatb) hla condition la moat apt (o ba cmuaad by an itiflammalion tffrrtlnt (ba lin ing of tha mouth, aoma form of nerv oua or mental defect, or (aralyga. With re#*renca to tha bad watting, you ahould hare (ha boy eiamlnad by a phyatrtan to learn whather thara I* any dtaaaw or local condition that might cauae tha trouble liagln hla training during tha day by taking him to tha toilet rvary hour (or two or thraa aa tba rare may be», and gradually Incraaaa thla Interval Follow tha iaune method at night. * _ WaaM yaa «pr»" t"* »o«"'aa» *f iva atammaaara «ka ka't parllaJty avar «aaia taaW afniatlaat If they are tetnpM«une«tally adapt "d in aplta of thla apaorh iWect. thera would aeam to ba ao rnaaon. aa far aa they ara concerned, why thay ahould not marry. It to poarthl* that cbll dran bora at thla union would alao have a apaarh dafact. Thara la a tao deocy on the part of child ran to mil la ta th* mod* of apaanh of thoaa about thani However. In many eltlaa thara ara clinic* And rtaaaia for tha amrtlon of defect! , o i 'cch. GET WHAT YOU WANT BY WHIT If ADIJTT Kmtor K A*hurwt of Art- 1 tnna haul nearer b*ll*r*«l In th* Ml mwb»r Ilk* bualtwva of "waiting for innwthlni to t«»rn up." ll* marlfj I If* aa a now puncher and farmhand ll* t#ld fii*n<la h* would anm* iter becom* I'oltnl Httlai aroator or 41* trying. Tber laughed. In Phoenl* h* wont to wort aa a hayfl*Ul hand. Then h* bmunt a lumS*r Jack, U»1 a hod carrier. ll* ntudied ahorthand at It and work*d (luring (par* Um« aa a re port «r At Wllltama. Aria., h* worked as a «H«rk at*nograph*r In a law office and r*ud law. In 1*»«. wh*n 11. h* atumped Ui* •Out* for Hryan and had. h Una* If *lecU>d to Ui* I**l*l*l ura Ha aajra "Ton can r*t what jrou want If yon want it hard enough." Tor rood appl* pi*, go to Boldt'a. —Adr»rU*»m«nt AS OTHERS SEE THE WORLD editorials I*l* uid comments reprinted from Various Newspaper* CIJUN rNCIJ! NMI'H nOOKHTKM <Kroni th# Toledo Nhw IW| fliat Impraaelon# alnk deepeat and la*t lorigeat Th# flr#t *ti|ire»»lori# that four out of flv# Immigrant* to America get la of the Hiaiua of liberty In N»w York harbor Th# neat lmpre#alon I* Kill# Island. Th» flral represent* th# hop# that ha* brought theae Immigrant* aro## th# «♦<•» Tli" e#"ond raprenenta th#lr o»#t actual contact with American ln*(ltutlona. * Kill# laiand hi Amarica'a doorstep It la eharact#rlaed by official Inef ficiency, Inhumanity and heartlesen***. by phyatcal filth, hardship, dla #*#e and #om#tlmee- death. /f Ano-rtna had deliberately act out to Hirottl# hofi# and brwi) ha»r#d Amorl<an Institution# In lh* hearta of th# n#wioni»ri to our ahoraa, II would hav# mad# Kill# lalmd what H la But Amu!■* la trying to lmpr«a# th# Immigrant that tTncl# Hum I hou*«- la th# beat In th# world and that it want* turn to b*eom# a uaaful. loyal and welcom# mniilmr of hla household. Thla la th# purpoa# of lh# Amrriranlxation movment. to which many Individual# and organisation* ar# d#vot)rig their labor* and their monay. Whll# thla movement la putting Uriel* Ham'# houaa In ordar for th# Immigrant, thaagov#rrim*nt permit# Ita doorstep to belle everything with In Wlirn lh# Immigrant reaches It what drt*s he find? Klr#t, Insanitary quarter*. N#w York health authorltl## chart* that Kill# laiand glv#a th# iramlgraol mur» g*rm# than ' ■ ■■ I* " in With predominate# Drinking wa IT la contaminated. Thar* la a wretched ahortag* of toll>'t fadllllea. Th* Immigrant* ar# h>rd#d Ilk# rjUtle. Many muat alaap on floor* Frequently th#y ar# held for weeka. Wlk>'» to blame? I»r. ltoyal H Copaland. health comml*#ton*r of N#w York #ay# city health official* hav# b*#n barred from th# Island by Commissioner Walll* Mr* Helen llajrtado, r#pr#a#ntlng It welfare organ Ixauon# working at th* laiand. hUunaa Walll*. Walll# paaaaa th# buck to hla aupviior at Washington and to eongraaa There may b# doubt# a* to who'* to blama, but th#ra I* no doubt about who should start a houaecleanlng. That la clearly a Job for enngrsaa. And II ahould H# cleaned op In conjunction with action In pending Immigration meuaurea. Wt hav# a new administration In Waahlngtun. New broom# hav# the reputation of *w*«plng clean. The new administrative broom ahoald bou#n«l#an hot only BIN* lalarid but th# whol# immigration *arvlc# I'reotdaiit Harding ha* Juat nominated William Wilier Huahand In mKvwxl Anthony Oamlnetto a# <-"mml*ai»n#r general of Immigration I H rii'if than personnel I* Involved. There ar* fundamental Vvil* In the nytrtern that must be aorract#d Ellin laiand nui*t ba mad# «anlt«ry. wtioleaome, human —American! Tli### Immigrant*, we all hop#, wffl become good American Htlxep- They chouid be riven such a healthful, kindly and friendly greet Ing that th#y wtU be truly American from th# rUrt. \s>ree score and eleven years l In lASO, Folger's Coffee made its ' first appearance—a real "wild Western" product— roasted and blended on the \ During *ll these seventy-One years, , \ ?n \ the Folger name has been s mark of \ vlt VW* o #*] quality. That is why you can expect \ |1) \«d wilyow/ Folger"s Golden Gare Coffee to hare » r—=====±===~*L^ a flavor that is smooth and rich. And this fine flavor is kept for you sealed fl^*^^££^Sk\ in vacuum-packed tins. , MJlll ~ ~— — 1 Folger'» Golden GarrCoffee really is "Different in taste from other cof- II fee and better." I H Pal " Find out for yourself bow good it Ask your grocer for J. A. FOLGER 8c CO. 1^ 1m fwnw ■ Usttit • JCmmj City • FUiim A a. Jsfsw I FOLGER'S GOLDEN GATE LINE fIHR noma • tba I rxtvacts > srtcn J AND BAKING POWTOBB Instantly dJL SULPHUR m i m ski Apply Sulphur aa Told ffbra Tonr Skin Braaka Oat Anr breaking out of th* akin en faoa. neck, anna or body la ovorrom* qtilrkont by applying M*ntho-Sul phur. Th* plmpl** a*«in to dry right up and (to away, declare* a noted akin apeolallat. Nothing haa »v*r been found to l.ik* th* plane of aulphur aa a plmpl* r*mov*r It I* harmlcag and Ine*. oiialr*. Juat oak any druaflat for a amall Jar of Mentho-Sulphur and tine 't like cold oreafn.—Advertisement. Everything About Cuticura Soap Suggests Efficiency Are You Old and Tired || at 40? Take a'Tonkf *** £*!£*> V*' n J»t «■ tha your blood itnw and see If * prime of lift at 40! There's no doeen't brine bock tho old DM excuse for yonr playitt* out at thia aprinf and rifor to yoor muaclaft •Co. What you need ia a fen- Thousands have had that «n» oral, all-around tonlnr up of tho lone*. ~*- system—particularly tho blood. For this cloanata*. ra will Ai Medical science tolls us a peraon S.S.S., tho faatni M herb remedy, y ho t®jd ears of himself or excellent indeed. S.&S. has fta*' herself should not bocomo infirm a lif ht stop sad a sparkltn* eye M with an until around tho sixtieth hosts of pooplo who thoncht ttaV rt * iy . 4o ta too .T ri 7- w * l ? "tt«w»fh" at 40, but whof T *k* care of yourmolf, friend; reality needed only a thorwdl that s what is necessary for health, blood cleansing to make themfM Got plenty of sleep. Eat plain, snb- younr Main. % ■tantial foods. Exercise in tits Get S.S.S. from your diusgMl Keep your system well today—rifht now, while your heaS flushed oat. And above all things is on your mind. Start taking it 4} k*«J> yew hlood parol once, thai write in detail abal wholeeome blood fives yon life jroar physical condition to OH, and vigor; bad blood makes yon dull Medical Advisor, 869 Swift T stism and listleea. 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