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he Seattle Star
bliah<Ml l»a-l% at M.v Seventh Ave
Sesttle Waah'ngton.
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; maaaage. Sic; scalp treatment.
. Si complete booths, equipped
h every a»4ern appliance, lhe
»*-r Srhoi 1 of Kairdr easing.
Hldg, 1107 Second ave. We
appointnienta. Phone fc*llloit
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lodaltona. Addr<-»* all ■ ar
ndrnrr to K Mat , * on * '
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Ct'illll.s «;rtAl't ATkiS AND
VOI'NU MK.N
IS to $3O wckly lnt*r**t
Rrll lo t»t« W tub .!•
Kill PIfKKRH «\ N
, for Information, t- U »»y
LS. !"■» I'*. t'uyallup. *»"■
kl wKisKikii.n cavt nr.-
your watch, throw It «»»y
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ry Amrri. an National Uaun
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111 K V I A N O P L. A * 1 N tl
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ilTl AT ION 8 WANTED
KKMAIJ-;
r ATK. NIRBK Wll.l. TAKK
lU to hrr honir.
11LK HKU* WASTED
iMMK.IMATKIA-A F'»5W I
•d and .*dueatrd youn« n»»n
,ur motion plrtur' pr ' '
, Arrl> Tl.'.mpaon BldS-
V avr. and Chrrry *t-. ft *-
I p ■»-
:iv. HOY.- KOR not TK< AR-
In all »*rt* of th* elly- Oood
:a for ad*aac*mrn<-
to Circulation I^*partmant
Srattl* ftar.
iBUK KM Pl-O V M K.N T IN
rratlva bo* plant »huh has
ted rontinuoualy. |J"O
rrquirrd Ol>mpla Bo* •
I C , Co. Olympi*. VNaah
fANTKD TO I.KAUN UltlV
fid r*patrln« automobllra at
iftory. Call No. 1 W. bpokana
Sardul way.
watch and Jiwrifl'»»
nonry Stafford A Bch*ar*
A read*.
i WKtSKIBLK CAIfT RK
your watch, throw It away
alon.
!
Bfc TI'*TWWI Wt*HU MAU«
■ SVtaM M* »tl»««< "*• ••
L fSEffvicic liA S. TI nr. lit: ral it
Kjmm nioti ill modern 11 r•
■ •hop Kuor year*' e*perlenre l»
3aaetional and retread!** Addre»«
|C r. r'i'"wn. li!» Ninth ave.
Mkiiio"
■pRSKAX VI.TKRAN. CYUS'I'Mi
BKTm nlaten pr#*»man, or will feed.
Mlllera. Will
L ofelty. H'farenc*.
I Can i'i lyp'- Call 2u«J.
1 room H*. m rM~
MWCRKTE MKN ANI> I'UBTKH
m wanted in huildln* mr i™
IBanei I pay half ca«h and ba.f
<Tn real eetale Hteady work
H C. FKTKItS. 75* Third \v» _
AND l>t:< «>tIATIN«>
Ucla«» painlio* pap»rfh» and
at moderate pri n
AI Nlnnla. Oarfleld IH. •*'»•
Hati: Main « .4 daya.
■SpHKKVUK MAN. SS CKKIKV KD
j| a rd. desires position in club
*or hot'l. B«-»t refrreneea. I'hone
Kant »H.
fflC-HOLDIKU NKKW WORK *BV
, »ral >ear»' e*perien<« «»n»ral of
fice work. Phone ildwy >2»«. M
. V. «t«dman
IMAIN'TIN'; AM) k AI>«»MININ< ;
R Kxtlmaten free. Call m» up b.f>r.
f letting your work. I'hona Kajt
L n<»
>t IUMT AND MM ND
M"'*am "wKisKi»:i.r> > ant hk-
Mtr »o«ir watch, throw It away
I*4 refill on. _____
(AK'B ALTO IIAI NTl.kt 01/.V K
Taeoma-Healtl* K»»ard Cham
berlain. 2921 Kmirth ave
s KVKNISHKII HOLM S
k-ROOM HOI HH, Kl KNI.HIIKO
reasonable. 2901 Kighih ava. .V
Call Kunday
ti HIIIM-.H Hill Kh.NT
fiIJV A LITTI.K tl. ' I I I
hofn», 111 l ranh and IIS per
month. Kar ah»ad of renting
H. r ckti.t - : *
TWO M.«I,V lAINTKII HIiIHW
n'-ar acbool, 114 and 17. Hldney
.■ I 4»».
kI'M'IHMMIKD APAKTMKNTS
ANI> M.ATB
KOft »i»—MOUKftN.
Mclean; private bath; walking di»-
tam« Kant *444.
ft t IK.MHHKIJ APAKTMKNTS
AND FLATC
nSRKR HOI iKK KKFIN'I KoOMI
l |4 «eek up. 2-roorn furnished
L apartments. $5 up. Alaskan. op
m posits Moore Theatre. New man
■ ifffment.
■"""AND l-ROOM FLUNI 3H K D
W flf-- No. 11 ftr.
I IJI4 V. Tt r;.'
ffIc.AVTLY FURNISHED 3-R< >< »M
flat, strictly modern, walking dis
| tance. East 1441.
liv'KU 2-ROOM APA liTM KNT.
K cheap 2 l7lB 12th ave. H.
■ Beaton 1718
FOR RENT—MA N L FACT IRI NO
*" GOOD OOATH CHHAP
Vnur matured, heavy milking
m* end gome fine younsc doea for
P anl'* A!ao number of fine large
flooded burk«. 405 Olive at. Dr.
%JSk HOI SKKKKPINO ROOMS
; IKNI -ItKli ROOM AND
A<henette, ualking distance,
rwmrnlt '-nr. 114 Belniont N.
'OPPORTUNITY
■ TAR W AM T A 1> 8
it nuMsiini nntwaucrjiKo
I MS
iVorsKKntriKu ncw>Ms. osii i'ofi
IXoO; another loi 1... Uttr*gr, t*
p*r month 414 Terry
port i.au riih'Kw rooms. iiA>src
I" market and btiainraa. Th*
Thrift. mft Slith av*
I? ft Oil KK.YT—ROOMS
VI ICV Nt< i: Kill >\'T HooM. WOOD
l*>\n Hotel, ?M* Third >v».
». \\ AXTKI>—BO A HOI I ICS
ONK OR TWO CH IKOREN \\ ll.ti
be given mother's cur*; good
hftirt*; no other children; bt»ard
iaonablf ft It.
WANTED t ' '<> K'l.V UAt»T TO
board In country home. Garfield
l< « *64 rh« run* »t
\\ v v TK11 I'M: OR TW O <llll.
dren to board. no babies. Sunn t
lft*
Vf.i;\ rest iiomk anh mi ai.s $*
pi reek *eek Kant *876.
4»_ K°a au*—MISTIti.IAXKOVS
SASH ANO DOORS "
O. H WII.I.I\MM CO.
If IS rimt Avr. S.
I*ook up your acrcen needa In ad
vance. Our made-to-order window
a« reena laat longer and* look bet
ter %
A Seattle-made, aubatantlal
screen d>»or. J feet K incheg
by « feet I Inches, with gal
vanised wire, for $3 00
FASH FOK CIIU'KKN HOUSKS
?0 in wide and 35 In. high, coat $0 M
IM.ATK (iI*ASS FOR WIN I>Slll Kl*t»S
in. by 10 in. price $4 &0
40 in. by 13 in., price $3.3f»
Our catalogue, ahowtng full line of
building material, free on requeat.
O R \V I UL.IA MS CO.
Katablitb-d lttf.
I.A V\ N MOW KUS • VI. I. ll' roll,
aharprnt-d and rr pa I rrd. H*by cab
tlrca A.-mr Hrpalr Shop, 320
Cherry Main 30>s.
111 MSTITt IIINC, ANl> PICOTING
attMihment. works on all lew ng
machine*. 13. Personal checks loc
extra. Lights Mall Order House.
It.it 1.7. lit rmijigham. Ala.
Ron SAL K v\ i:stinc,h< -I SK
S-l§-lt automatic electric ranges,
brand new, for $178.50. Call EI-
Hott 4019.
" mattrrssks hknovatkd
irphol*tery. furniture repairing.
West ern Mat trees « H« nt
is YOCK CAR HAVB
your auto seat cut for bed $lO
tip Simpson's ai Fremont Bridge
. MACHINES OfHllV DR<lP
heads. $lO up Repairing, rent
ing Main 192* 1524 First ave.
I»KS l l• Iv \ >1 IKK WOtMi IN THE
city, only $5.50 single load, $lO
double load Capitol 04\r
I \ K nijJcKRT ORANP PIANO
Will trade for automobile. CKIN-
T< »N S. Itil 'i I :ig >• th avr
NEW PIANOS FOR RKNT RFNT
applied on purchase. Meyer-
T'*ner.
RKDUCT fON IN F \MII.V
laundry. American National Kaun
drv. Sunset 1044 ,
IF 1 v M wi ISFIELD CANT Re
pair your watch, throw it away.
304 Union.
) Oil KKE HKaA tiS Nil
Aiat< expressing Phone Sunset
4 * S 5 - R-J \. __
T\s • » NEW t»x 4 \IT(>MO|JIKE
tires; w|l| sell as sacrifice. Bal
lard 847.
lo- C \ 1:1»S. .... PRINTING itl.'R
b»-r stentpa Novelty Print, 1811
S nth.
|»R> MIKK WOOI> J • • LOAD, $lO
double load Immediate delivery.
Oarflel4 StS6.
NIC I i - Kl« PIANO * \ M ;
bargain •*I *IN T< »VS Ir, i : Bth av
\- WI l O I «Eii CLOTHINO
rr -rs Ow • • 7 Ist Fll tt 3331
KARGE i RI JUT PI \\< ■ EB< IN Y
as* 1140 CLIN ro.M S i«;_' tth a>
I i rTLK l PRIGHT PI \N< • $BB
« 1 l ST- -s S I*l2 Bth av.
CAKK EKl.li -TT FOR w INDOW
!• ft
Kiv\vm;h HATS I? *.O 10 T, lat
52 ITRMTI RR FOK BALR
7 HCN iMS GOOli Ct >M MON Fl l;si
ture. part or all. Owner leaving
Hargama. No agenla. 824 Maiden
ave Capitol So 7._
4 0 Tt. f- It i-tl matt r«Mf» | i ,
Blake Furn. 0.. 40* Pike. M. 8518.
M rot! .TRY
YEA RLING KBOHORN& 818 PKR
doxerv delivered: quantities re
duced price. Everlay Poultry
Farm. Richmond Highlands. Wash.
tl FOK KALft—AUTOMOBHJBB
GARDNER
LIGHT FOUR AOHNCY
o—o
We have taken In trade on
new Gardner cart, several
popular light care, all of
which have been thru our
•hop and reconditioned. In
buying one of these cars,
ask to s«e the ahop card of
the work done on anjr one
of these rara. We will be
glad to show you.
Chevrolet ltn>al Mail road
ster 8 g<»«td tires; new
paint, new f p T« u will
be more than surprised at
the p"Wer this car has on
the hHIa. Has had a real
overhaul job Ask to
sbop card Price U7i.
1918 Oakland His touring;
newly pamted. fc go«>d tires;
top and upholstery in fine
condition Ask to »•-* shop
card on this one. Price B*2*.
We have many more light
rare Come in and sea
them.
KHtRIJW'UVKKQOOD
MOTOI4 COMPANY
lltb Ave, and K Pike Ht
East 188.
1211 (MKLAND; KN'OINK AN
running g«ar overhauled; car Is i
g<*od »h*p<- 89 Virginia sL Mai
: r \ IKK OVKI leANli. 181
!|-< w :.<th 8218 cash
«: \V t S rKl>—At TO MOM I .KH
'ka.v,i.;i «i*vrKii vs astku
UMEK CAIU<
For to luppljr "u r iprthg ordara.
Cuatotm ra walUnjr and you may
hava Juat what w naad Why
d< lay and l«aa money T Hi»h»at
ptii ffl paid tor lata rrn»d*l r ata
■Eel HITV MOTOR HAl.fc.s CO.
721 r. PIB» HI.
OI'IA' NIM.US \M> KVKMN'OH
WII.J. PAV HI'oT ''AH4I PUR (KHJD
Korda and IM(»a
IIA Ml 1.1. * KNTJDAHL
JT n I ' «>« ay K*ai 11 *0
Hi'.in i ' > ii i'i c i: i-a 11 ■ roit
good light l!**nr > Vl' «fb»' h
Auto Co. <ll K I'lkf at ftaat 2*f,l
71 HOITM SMI I^CM!HKN
11-i Oi>T M<»N l )HAN «'ANOK.' $4O
, 2 hp outboard motor. sws 90
Virginia 9t. Main tCCO
:a JMLACHINKXtI
ELKfTUh' M"ToH. DRILLS.
fumpn W. M"nt«liu« I'nce Co.
lent or eale. Main flf 124 lit £
75 FOR HAIJC—RKAL KHTATE
NOHTH «'OWKN I'ARk, I»ANDV
horn# with. room* and attic. ««n
level lot V'sM, eultt
tit«4; Diet lawa, ah rubber) vtrs«i
berrtea. raapb+rrlea. gooarbcfrle*.'
currant*. 14 b'.iring fruit tre«**,
garden all In; « iii« k»n hou*e ami
Karate; bouae auhalanftally built,
in perfect condition thruout; K'"><l
bailment. Owing to bu.*ln»aa re
vfrc»-«, owner muet *&< nfl< e for
S2.3i*o. on ea.**y terrae.
WARM KM RKALTY CO . realtor*
I-uI liattJitlake Ave. i apt to I lliii.
73 mn SAIJv—RKAI. K STATU
A REAL BARGAIN
H-aer* on Rainier ave., n» ar \VTld
wood; 8* feot frontage, running
back 300 f«%ot; 3-room bouse.
rlwmhing In fruit, etc. $1,500;
150 d«»*n, 915 |>ar month.
11.600 I u acres, 3 room houac, SIM)
down. $2O per moot lk
82.500 Beautiful 4-room v|«w boma
ou Beacon blvd. Terma.
GII.BKRT A CO.
833f» Rainier Ave., Near Rt-
I' Ml> \ I MiT YHI I NST M I Kl»
FoTf uai.k s room iiouSi:.
I«f*« lot; frulti city lt*ht •ml
water sl.? 00. |tOO caah, 110 per
month ana Interest on balunca.
HALF ACER: corner; on Greenwood
blvd ; plenty water; unohntructl
ble view; lormi. See OLMfTKAD,
\ W , M I .; : . . > VN ' 1 ' I .
N1 vlt \l At>HON v
'Dandy &-room home; hutlt-ln fra
turrs; piped for furnace; full
haaement; paved street. Bargain.
1-1.150, easy terms.
OUST STEN BERG, North 3038
4117 Arcade Hid* Elliott 1411
S \ »:I GARDEN
A I-room unit cottage, newly fin
ished. A tlandy place for chirk
en« or rabbits. Tine neighbor*,
and a finr home for you 1100
ca«h and $l5 per month buys »t.
11. i i , I 6 Third Ave
COZY""i-HOI)M HOI SI FA If Kl
lighta. »atrr; aome furniture;
farden; brrrlrn; lot 40t12#. I'ricr
?>0; easy terms. Ijake llurlen
car to 12ih .S. W, W. Ilenderaun
Mrs. Hart.
ri i.\ i" i: gi kkn a'nnk
Come to un for the beat buys In
Queen Anne bill property.
R. C. CULVRK
Poaton 1 • Qui »«n Anne 77.
7-ItOOM HOI HK. QI'KKN ANNK
hill. Phone Garfield
It \X KHT HKATTI.K PHfM'F.HTT
"LtKJ IIOI'SK
2 rooms, 'on S-acre of nice ground;
aome timber. A dandy little home,
well located. $lOO cash. Hi per
month.
H. C. fI'TTTCUjt. 72« Third Ave.
17 WANTRIMIKAL WTATR
\\ } 1.1. TAKK MOMK <-si» \» l r
of fine beaver dam land; aome
( I'ari-d mt rae\ , (roil
place; good barn; grrwenea deliv
ered from Granfte Falls 3 ml lea.
f*rlre S3.jVO. Call North 2>13 even
tngs
79 Af'RKAIiK
CHERRY VAKKET 9TKCIALB
« aarea level alder bottom: creek;
facing on good auto road; 1 S
milen from paved hlghwa> l.» 0
down. $5 per month. Price $250.
7 acres rich black loam; all level;
creek; covered with larg* alder
wood enough on th* placr to pay
for it. $76 down. $lO per month
Price $7OO.
0 acres, part level, part rolling
some finr land on this 10. but not
all; on good road Some bargain
at $350. $25 do*n and $lO per
month taken It
20 aerea level deep loam soil; all
slashed and burned g< I spring
Some buy at s>so, $lOO down. $l6
per month.
10 seres. $? 000; hslf black bottom,
bnlanc first class loam: on gratel
road. Will divid**. Your own
terma.
280 acres, slashed, burned and seed
ed id timothy; HVtfll "peinga.
about 10' l terra level, balance
rolling. Stock or dairy. 81.500.
terms lo sulL
"rfeae are a few of oor bargains In
t)i#- famuli - Cherry Valley distn t.
clogs to Seattle; good auto road;
deep rich loam sub irrigated, no
gravel. Own a few acres In this
fertile district Will take you out
any time and show you "better
soil for less money."
BEELY 4 CALLaAHAN
308 Hinckley Bldg., 717 Second Ave.
Main 4614.
THURSTON COUNTY
IJ 4 acr*» with I«rf« running
• tream. Thfr# are about t >rrn
of bottom land, balance upland,
with tome gravel on it. Thu 1* a
kood ftliei for - h Uin.
n rn\% bfi rim.. Nr*r null and on
countv road.
Trice $5OO. on «a*y terms. (5<7)
FIRESIDE UKALTT CO.
Elliott S92t. 314-317 N. T. Blk.
i "it - \ l.» <j \> i.i.;
10 cleared; y-urnc bearing orchard,
buildings; fine wall; pumping out
fit, young team. 3.200 pound*. •
grad* Jersey cows, & grad* h*lf*rs
r*ir»»t«r*d (Ju«rn»»»y bull; phon»*.
farm tool* and machinery; 4 mile*
from Olympia. 2 from i'aciftc
hiabway. t'a*h $2.&00. balanr*
$*»00 on tiLPy pHymrnti at 6%.
l>on't think thrrr rnuat be kvme*
thing wrong Fine soil; cl»*ar
tale. Or will «ell entire 40 at re*,
2f oleared. 1L 3. Box 41, Olympla.
A uh
L\ND Kl»i MALI IN m
Wblla rivfr \allejr, near Knum*
claw. K inn county. Itrlck und
pav<*d roMfi* tr» *nd Ta
• corna. where the farmers have a
fay roll of One Hundred Thounund
••r M«>nth for Cream and Milk
!<and r«n|ri In price from >4O p**r
acre and up. W•* have food mar*
ket. aood fchoole and iro'>d
churchee. Inquire of Chile Hands.
Knumrliw, W|A
IIKHK H YOl li FA KM H<)Mll
40 acres; rich; atirtm thru; fine
fruna nfe«- S-room bungalow; all
huildlnce; crnpe.
evtrylliinir Included; close to
town. school. telephone. con
veniences 93.200 lakes it; ♦•nsy
term* Pale or trade Into city.
J'hotus here.
« IIA 111.ISOMKRH COMPAN Y
Alsska Kuildinjr
KOK HAL.K -M 0 ACRKH; ON I-INF«:
r<»ad; l* O.; 5 acres or« hard,
fin** shap*-. with prospects of 1.000
h«.fcfS of sp p I this year. Und
partly cleared, with nil equipment
Afed couple wmhe* to aell this at
« n« e. I'rif r t2.000 cash,
balance »>n time Addrtu llox 8.
- Waal iri Imn <' .
v t l \N n H i »1;« HA lil ■
Nesrlv ail cleared; on a«»'>d county
road. In the H»*nton district. Price
11.&00. f.iOO cash Can give you
10 aeret* sdiolninyr
H «• PKTKIUv lit Tlurd Ave.
10 AC ft KH. WITH HOI KK
In Mt Vernon district. Uo<»d land
for a dandy little farm. This Is
the cr«-*t<»st berry district In
WaahTngton
II - l i 1 KIIH 7?« Third Ava.
FOR rMlai; *«0-ACItK FA KM. ('HoF.
st-M k and tools, cheap, terms, by
owner C f>. < lilson. K nab. Wash.
R FARM UNDS
FARMS
ill I' I'i It ACRFJ
HKVrRAI. TIIOITHAND ACRKH
NKW I.\NI»
2 0 MILLS SKVTTI.K OR TACOMA
TAUT CLKARICD
Tbi» land I* now bring allotted to
**-fO*ra thru thr NORTHWKHT
I.AM) HKTTUIMKNT ASSOCIA
TION in 1" 1" <-r 10-arre trnrt*
at I 3& p#r •' >*>. nn omall ph»»«i»p»h,
I SOIL KXPCRTS have carefully in
*MCt*d the land arid lound it
liltrhly «iiil"(l for R&KRY nJL*
ti ki:, oardlnino, poultry.
IiAI KY I NO. Mfx ED FARMING
Home of the tra« t* have CLLAR
INO PNOI'OH to »»«• PLOWKD arid
PLANTKD thif BPR f NO. Thoae
Mnxiotid to get started ahould ap
ply at one* to make aure of get
ting a I'LKARICD TRACT Write
or call ai headquertern, NORTH
WEST LAND SKTTI.KM KNT AS
SOCIATION. Room l f, Colman
Dock, Seattle open evening*.
Not* WK IIKLP HLTTLKRS TO
OKT HTARTKI).
1.1 HINKMB OPPOKTI Milt.H
a i;»"w»r» ri i \s iTiibi t ••\ p
»f»il Honorable, true and atraltfht.
Worthy of ItvullyAiion. Turn It
over and under. Inside out, upxlde
down, h «'|ean hl*h rlat* hupineta
I am giving up bei auee of old aKC.
Kull Instruction. $1 00. Oe< mre
Welles Moael«*y. N'ewlmrgh, N. Y
la roK \v i nlk3wi:i> H T R K K T
level front room, furnlahed. for
rent lun< 0 IS2I Hlwtb ave.
|2..'.00 (IRfKKRY Oil WILL \S
volee Hehllnf. 70f» 2d AVe. Rm 212
OPPORTUNITY
UTAH \V AN TAUB
THE SEATTT.K STAR
Police Put Lid
on Emulator of
the Late Mr. Pan
J. Owen llkea
muiio, but he like*
It canned. In
other worda while
Pan an<l hi* an
cient CI reek pipe*
may have been
hut atuff In the
Paleolithic a* e ,
the combination
la no lorigrr a
M-rnam In Ihrae dnya of ahlmmy
aha kins Jast*.
When an adjacent nwmer In the
Sheldon hole) broke out on hla briuta
tuba Sunday nl*Tit. Owen called til*
police "Tbla (tuy la driving tne
ffliuty," he eald. "Every nlcht h«
itarta a oneinan ( orcheatra. With
Uie exception of the cow bell and
hl*tle, he mem* to think !»•'»
a human calliope!**
Kvery night, according to reports,
the gent with the long hair and the
Trotiky expreiwlon open* the win
dow, luinpte his f*-et outalde and, after
Inking a Ktmngle hold on the lira pi*
windpipe of the InHtrument, flll.i the
air with hatrralrtng *hrlek*.
Police notified the amateur virtu
oso to confine hla mualcnl education
to a phonograph.
POnTIiANI), Ore.—Harry Farm
er, aon of P. X. Farmer, drowns In
Sandy
Ueneflt concert for Theodora home.
June 2H, Metropolitan theatre.
M STOCKS IKD BONM
OKKKHED
500 T*fik**r St.miii Motor I 004
2. 3. 4 I'nlted Finance . 200 on
500 Victory Rubber 2. f >
12 Am-Nltro*»-n Prod. ..... 12 00
10 K injf Ah ahlp H ttO
to SwrdUh'Am Line 23.0n
I#o Rothert ProfMi Steal ... •
f.OO Yalvelepp Knginc 1
1000 Artamii Motor 3".
3i.no )(carnn Coal Mine* ...... .01
'.OOO Homebuilding, Id*. .O.S
2000 Pork* !>rl!Mnff 10
1000 V..rkp Oil 05
3000 WynmniK IV Oil Hid
Will Uuy liberty R<n4a. All U»u<j
r. J FTKKPI.K
1H Cherry Ht Main MM
M I'httmiNAL
ST< •< T \VOM KN NO VV K1 I -i"« It H\
the OardnT Method No Ptrenu
oiip exerclHn* or dtetlnjr The r*«
pujtp are marveloue. Office hour*,
•a. m in I p m Gardner Reauc
j » |. 4| Rid Kit 4t r .3
SOAP LAKR MINKRW, I. \TllM'.
011 rub*; *«* alp tr*-atmentP 120
Pike. Room 124 mi lot t 701.
INK H>Al' I.AK K HATIIH AND
mai>M|r. 40:» ohv* at., office 27.
Nt'ltSfC Mr* A. \Vllleik*en. hunprt
I 2*7
9* A PSICBOLNm
MM I' TILIa, HumunologiPt. merit*
universal recognition. Her scien
tific an**i*ia of Ih«'1. fare and hand
I* Purpleno ntot| with applied p*y
rhology ?l< lUUht I»I«1 pc M Mi
IM iJBQAis NUriClvH
T• • WHuM IT MAY CuNt'KHN
Thi* In to rt-rllfy that Vjueen City
I.umber Co. ha* m«de an applica
tion to eptahlinh lumh'-r yard at
*OO K *Mh Pt.. lot* 3. 4. 6. «. block
77, Woodlawn Addition.
Anyone depirinit to proteet *ueh oe
rupanry mu*t file puch prntept at
the office of the Rulldlnir Depart
ment. Rooen f»O6 County-city Did*..
prior to June 30. 1321.
It FOR RAI.K—MIHCEI.LANKOfS
LUMP COAL—Delivered
182 i£559.5(K OT
QUEEN 4HI
The Seattle Star
DMIECTOIY
* Atiortieys at law
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All cum. Consultation; advice
Moderate fe«*a. Free department.
*l5 llurke Hid*.. *O5 Second ave.
I'aU'iit Attorney*
FREDERICK P. do"illN—PAT
ent Attorn**/. Ameridn end 'or
elgn patents secuied. developed
and promoted. 806-8-7 Central
Kldg . Seattle, Wash.. and 609 K
■t. N. W.. Washington. 1). C.
Phone Main 19#
fiTITItEY noGBS m k- c. l. rfer-
NOLI>S. Kstablished Seattle. 1892;
2 years examiner U. H. Patent Of
fice. 402 * Hid Klilott 5075
CxPTTjOHN W MAUPIN—V. ». and
for«'lkm patent* and tisd»* marks.
* H»n» Vl* > Hldg Main 2729
I'tERRE I:A I(NK-t. Main iVSO. ISlS
ti Hinr IDit Patents Trademarka
t crlitieU I'uliiir Accountants
< « HAV»FV A ro Learv"nnT?
« lurnpr.u tor
DR. R K TI/RNKKTCHIROPRAC
tor. 210-12 liMiKht Hid.. 2d-l'lne.
Hours, 10-S. Evf. datea. Ell. 2884
IKNMN'IS A JKN N1 N'OS. (JHAD
uatea of school Denny
NMf **-»ln y»n
i ollatt'l ttl I /OMII*
MONET LOANED ON" AI.I, AUTl
cles of value. Tlilii RKI.IAUL.R,
no* Th-rfl HVC,
t 'ontrartlni
I: i 11-IHNU \M- hi MODULI NO;
r o«.fa repaired; ea tlmatea free.
t T nlveralty liulldinic Co., North
4HI
DlficiiiK
I'rlrate !fn«uni. fftevena. 4th ft Plka
■»* ■\ ; T.T'W I n'n.t F.ajut 4 44.
Kipdrt Klee rir Repair*
MO r< >KS \PFLI \ k -' KB. \V IRINO
I*. J «llvnnn Klaolrlc Co., (41 First
S. Kfflot t fitU*.
Mrtapliyalrian
(■(pi*\ri:ss VKHLY <MKTA'PHTST
cIan) Teaches and treats afflict
ed humanity. 407 Kplwr Bldg.
I Money to Loan
MONKV TO LOAN
On dlamonda and Jewelry, on most
aatlafactory terma.
SOCIKTY FOR RPfMKDIAL* LOANS
IN SKATTLK
225-6 KtnplrA huildlnc
Second. Near Madison
money to Loan- wk mjan ant
AMOUNT ON MAMONIW watchea
and Jewelry; loweat ra» a.
tfeattle'a Oldest Loan oksrs
AMKItIfAN JRWKL r. \ CO.
821 Second Ave KHtuhlUhed I ui_
I.MAN'S ON AITMMIiIin.HS
Retain and drive your car. R. FJ
Harirent 509 rv n trai Rid. KM. <122
Mcnuinenta
PtldßT IdllND M A Kill,K "ft ORAN-
Ite Co.. Ist and Virginia. Uatab-
Ituhed 1«74. '
(iplltiau ami Optometrlet
J >;<lniiin'lw. r i ny,-r-l';it*-reon Co,
i'hyni) ta jt, Surgeona
DR. r.T?.' PRBER
Pbyalclan and Hurgeoa.
Chrotjlc plaeaaea.
Bpeelallat tor Men,
to6% Third Ave.
Piano Tnnliig
JOHN STRrtM—Tuning *J. Repair
ing. Elliott Ofi2f* or Main 734fi,
ICaiur Itlaurk .Sliiupened
S[,Hinft-n1,,-iK t'uil'iv M"/ 4th ava.
S.utlpraclir
In Welfare Ir.iilK eycalght.
body. No operatlona "»1 7 Epler Bpq,
\ lofln Itepulrlng
KXPKRT HEPAIHiNtI HOWH it I
paired. Work guarnnteeil and
piuuipL i'tnlay. KIS Tbird ave.
MILITARY FUNERAL FOR LEGION HEAD
A riderless horse tvajt a feature of the proccxxion at the military funeral in Cincinnati of
Cot. Frederick Galbraith, Jr., national commander of the American Legion, tcho lost bin life
in on automobile accident near Indianapolis, State and military officio In an well ax Amer
ica >i Legion delegates from all over the country attended the funeral.
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Name
Address
Vital Statistics I
BIRTHS
gibson Alfred. 61a Que#n Ann® »ve..
buy
Sinton, Walter, 561 »t.. boy.
Christie clarence 6122 39Lka avc. S.
W, boy.
wadsen O P . I*6l 29th **«.. b«y.
evans henry 614 Wmdaor Apia..
boy.
Smith. Herman. 1103 E. 73rd »t . alrl.
anderson robert. llHlmond,
minard Albert. 6813 17tb avc. N. B.
myers philip. 6257 l«th a**. R. boy
millikan Wyatt, 400S 37Ui a*e. &.
lUrtnan. 1111 17th nva.. flrl.
Root. edgar 4505 Woodland I'ark
callon russell 1600 K. 76th *t.. boy.
dickonson Conrath. 813 11 70th at,
jansson, Roland. 3700 10th a v ft. N.
sarrett, archie 5764 15th ava. N. EL.
MARRIAGE LICENSES
Name and Renldence. Age.
Wilson Donald Hrattl. ....Legal
Bradley. Helen U. Beattl. Lrf'gal
koch Ralph Alexander. 8e
! «ui» !•"'•!
reverman helen rose Seattle I^Kil
golay Clarence. K. Seattle .. U««l
goss Catherine. Brattle Ureal
lavine Orlin H. Seattle
potter Florence E. Seattle ..
Mccallum. earl Charlejiton laical
beardslee hazel M. rontlaf.
Mi h
Cavanaugh lawrence H.. Kent J^K*}
drake. Winnie K.. Kent lvgal
phillips William Eugene. W»-
natrhre • ■ J'''*)
Meyer. Minerva Tower, Seattle l*rgal
nus george Seattle ....[/-gtl
pfuhl Dorothy C.. Brattle ....Legal
bannister 'Jrorgr W . Brattle ... 21
sperber matilda Beattla SI
Bulger. AI D.. F.nuiroUw 20
Blakely. Ethel U. Knumrlaw 1*
robinson frank. North Bind ....J«
Cooley. Ruth. North liend 17
Wadlington, edward R.. Seattle. 2«
Blattie. Hulda, Brattle '1
hansen chris E. S.attle Legal
langfeldt lydia la W. Sumaa . .Legal
Smith. Emory F.. Auburn 25
jenkins Irene, Auburn
Stritinatter. whittier Ho
qutmii pM|
kernen ruth. Hrattle L*« K«1
Hoone. Clifford. Seattle 27
greene cecil A . Denver 27
anderson Wm W. Seattle ...luteal
McGrath, Mabel. Hr»*»n«'rton . .Legal
Hagennon Clifford. Kvrrctt 25
Treichel. Helen Kverett 19
rucker Charles ray, Kverett ....20
lerch louise Helen. Kverett .... 20
stroup. Chas T., Seat! la 32
Jones. Edna M.. 24
DEATHS
vevilo Immaculate, 21 days, 2011
2tth avr N.
Dahlin, Andrew. (I, «* E. Ronton.
white George, 1,1. JJnd avc. N. W.
and W. 85th.
HE'S A NATURALIST
Roy Q. Curtis of New York knows how to handle snakes
and turtles. He's only 11 but is an authority on birds, rep
tiles aivt animals, according to Raymond L. Ditmars, curator
of the Bronx Zoo. Roy is writing a book on these subjects.
Sad Story of
Pathetic Boy
at Ball Game
T lease, mister,
gimme a dime to,
ret in the game?"
Ife waa a pa
Ihetio little fig
ure at the ticket
window .of the
t>atl park, looking
up with half shy,
blue eyes that
couldn't be refuaed.
Henldea, It waan't hard to remem
ber bark to the day* gone by when
we, too. were anxloua to doe a ball
rune. H. held out a icrtiriy paw In
whlrh rested a nickel, ajvl got the
dltne.
Scenting a story, the reporter hung
around, llefore long the kid "worked"
another dime. Sticking the 10-cent
piece In his overall packet be held
out a nickel and racelwed a dime
from (v kindly fared rent, whom
memories of rhlldhaod duya were
aI no vivid. The reporter - edged for
ward.
"How much do you make on a
Sundayafleraoon. Bud*"
The Ifoy grinned sheepishly. "I've
miide $7 «0 today," he admitted.
"But today's a good day." he added,
hopefully eyeing tha crowd. "My
mother s sick and I gotta work." and
he looked up, the smile gone from
hla freckled feature*. "Tou won't
give me away, will ya?"
When he abandoned hi« job we
t.'wrired along, finiiing htm in the rear
of the blearhcr sputa. He war shoot
Ing crupa with two young Africans
The reporter heaved u blkli of dig
gusL One rattling good atory gonel
Remembrandt Wat
a Busy Painter
BKRLIN*. June 20—At least 100
previously unknown pictures by
Rembrandt, the I>utch master, have
been discovered In the last 19 years,
most of them thru the persistent ef
fort of ait drtlera. Within on»e week
two Rembrandt paintings—one of
Susanna, the other of St. J'sler wtth
the warriors—were brought to jight.
the first one In the HabersUoh Gal
leries, the other in the von Diemen
Galleris.
WILL DEFEND
SEATTLE MEN
Face Perjury Charge in Cali
fornia
HRDDING, Cal.. June 20.-Five at
torneya, Inrludlnj? two attorneys sent
by the Seattle FUir a.saociation, will
appear for the dtfenue today when
fjoorice lv>wpy Pa vis, ex-*erv
ic«» man. aj>|»eari! for trial on a
< harpf of perjury. Davl* and Ger
ald Calahnn. aluo of SeattK were
Mrri'Vtr-d hrre ift«*r they tewtlfifd re
kvding treatment jnyord» , d William
Norrlii. 17 year old ®iayer of a local
policeman.
Norrla' attorney aleged the youth,
who waa sentenced to hanx. w;t#
frir<*d to plead guilty. Davis has
tw-en held in )ail since his arrest In
March. effort* to secure his release
on habeas <*>rpus proceedings hav
ing failed
Clarence V. Iteiimn. former United
states district attorney In the North
west, and Frank A. Steele are the
attorneys sent by the Seattle Bar
association. In addition. Ijiuren<-« 1
Kennedy, local attorney. J. T. Mad
dock, Bed Bluff, and Martin I.
Welch. Sacramento attorney who
opened the fight far a new trial for
Norria, will appear for Da via.
NEWS IN
TABLOID
Seattle Ministerial Onion to elect
officers; Woodland park. Monday
afternoon.
Sunday arhool of St. John's Kpia
copal church holds picnic In Wood
land park.
Summer club ctmp of Mormn
school boy* opened Monday at Moral!
Lake Ride school.
Housewives urge*! to aid local
farmers by using Washington pota
toes for one week.
Plans afoot to advertise Northwest
applea without reference to particu
lar brand of individual packer.
Fifteenth annual outing of Moun
taineers to be held beginning July 29,
at Glacier peak and Lake Chelan.
Tuesday noon. Blsnc's cafe. Munic
ipal league to/hear committee re
ports on charges against library
board.
Pacific Coast Steel Co. purchases
si* acres tide land north of Spo
kane at. Tbey owned alreudy IS
acre*.
Uetmion held Saturday 'at Seward
park by Washington State College
Alumni association. Another picnic
to be held July 17.
Open lodge and memorial services,
Seattle lodge No. 10, Knights of
Pythias, Monday night. Castle hall.
Third ave. and Virginia st.
Memorial services to be held Mon
day night by Golden Link lodge No.
4 and Rldgely Rebeksh lodge No. *,
1. O. O. F„ at Odd Fellows temple.
Glendora apartments, Second ave.
N , near Queen Anne high school,
sold to Mary L. Dully for $:!2.000. ac
cording to announcement of William
A. Sullivan ft Co.
This year's National Guard en
campment at Camp Murray to be
called William K. McKay camp in
honor of First t.ieut. W. R. McKay,
who died in France Oct. 8. 1118.
Found in Stolen
Auto; Two Arrested
Attested at 7th ave. and Olive st.
Monday, K. R. Foster and W. Gregg,
said to have been found In an auto
stolen from G. W. Matthews, 2628
Irving st. Monday morning, arc held
for investigation.
g Delivered Direct E
3 or at Your Grocer's g
PAI7KIT
FISH INDUSTRY '
ON LAST LEGS
So State Fisheries Board Is
Told
j I>r. C. If. Gilbert, Stanford univer
sity, told the state fisheries board
at It* Monday hearing that tho sal* '
rnon Industry of fTjget Hound and
Washington in on It* last leg* and
that unlenH draatic action Lif taken
to rehabilitate tin- Industry commer
cial fishing for aaltrion will be a
thing of the pa at.
He wild the situation in regard to
th« 9 "humpback*" la practically the
mime. Ho urged the state fl*borieg
board to Insist on strict regulative
measure* and said that d»-a*tlc ac
tion would have to be taken to build
up the industry.
Hp Maid the 1921 run will not he
so great as that of 1»17, and that th«
four ye*r run. which waa the big
one, has now dwindled down to that
of aver-.ige years
Kdward Him*. who acted as chair
man. said there wen- two rr*HHOrm
for the dec line of Halmon on Puget
Sound. One waa tho placing of dam*
for Irrigations! power purpose* in
stream*, preventing salmon getting
to spawning bed*. The second 1* in
discriminate fishing.
Living Still High
In German Capital
LONDON, June 20.—The cost of
living In Berlin is now reported to
he lower than at any time sine#
March, 1019, altho It la still 10 times
high an before the war. The
chief reduction* hare been In shoes,
clothing and certain foods.
AMUSEMENTS
VArnicvii.i.r i*s«ißrA**Kn
fIVB VIRGINIA HKI,I,K«
MtMKORII A»ll >TA.\I,KV
™rra T«w»»—Hrriirr ui
Araiatraa*—Nukla
Keature I'halsplpyi
BMW OTWr. | a
"WROAI)WAV A>l» HO«T
MOORE ORPHBUK
muunb circuit
A TRIP TO HITLAXD
CARL HraXLOCGH
WILrRBO(LARKS
»arryi yrnmrrm mm* Kmk
aedri Ha* Varki Tile Hwkun
METROPOLITAN™*
P. n. official
WAR FILMS
"Xlnety-flrat lllrialn la Aettaa*
AI.L SKATS RESERVED
»e-10e t lUtla«M. ZTe
PANTAGES
■atlases 2i3* KUhta V aai •
kOW PLAIUW
EVA TANGUAY
TU af Vaa«erffie
Aad Oar Regain TaiMllt
Pngraa. Ki lin naai la r I lint
mSSBBM
LAST TIMES TODAY
"Black Beauty"
Starting Tiwty )
Ik Lure
ol Egypt"
From the famous novel.
"There Was a King In
Egypt," by Norm* Lorimer.
See this oufrof-Urn-ordinary
draityt replete with thrilling
situations.
MOVIE CHATS
THE GUMPS
COMEDY
Open
Tonight
From 7 to 10
This Pioneer Savings
Bank will be open to vl»lt
ors tonight In its new per
manent home at
11012 nd Av.
(Northw«wt Corner Second
and Spring)
Tilts is for the conven
ience of those who are un
able to visit our Banking
Room* during the duy.
Washington Mutual
I Savings Bank I
1101 Second Avenue
CUKNTS
KoUMUhml 18K9
THRIFTOORAM: If j/ou
need competent help, let
your dcllant uork- for you
in Hits Mutual Snvingt
Hank.

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