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IS* JUNE 22. 1921
Ihe Seattle Star 1
DaiTy a< Ho* Sevaath Ave
ByT; s **ttle Wa*h m
[Subscription Rates
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Li IN THE STATE
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a 11>«
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| r WASHINGTON
■ la 10c t,er month, or s■> 0# year
[, BT CARRIER IN CITY
month 10 50
It Rates Per Insertion
P?"!* rkartt itmllilx, l!»
o™ • ll» |rr>U»rtUt Uli ward*
|.• H»l. Mi l»rrllo>> lor the
|Jj» •« llT*.
ITWmlhi raek la Mnm »*»»r
-jfJJl®*. I* milt a Mae |f> taaertlea
ES* .yanla »« a Hurt, ttla laaertlaua
"T lag price at llrt.
i • *ieeal*M Utfrtlwanti will ke
It •*»'*< *p ta II a'daek rark mor..-
tkf rrgular afteraaaa edl
'•T*«r mill la *ao4. Phaae Mala
H**» Mnli fsr ihr t'|aan<fle«l 4d»erlU-
R< UfMrtwtat, and ptort yaur
ktforf ike largeat audleiae*
4 •• Nartlwrat.
1 M Largest Audience in
kthe Northwest
.Read* The Star's
Want Ads
hone Main 0600
P TKMAUi IIKIJ' WANTMI
■ HMIWINO, S:.« . MWW-IKIMI
1 sc; tnaae&gK. Sic; acmlp treatment.
■ sc. 15 complete booth*, equipped
■ .Ith every modern appliance. The
■ .Sutler School of HalrdteaaUig.
■ faft llO7 Second •****•
| make appointment*, l'houe LUlOtt
Klk can ACCKFT six MORK BTIN
at once. Thero ta *
[* demaiiil for our operator*. Sal
vgftrlea paid from $2O to stn per
li week. Wc make no charge for
U tuition. rtt ,
K .THE BUTLKR SCHOOL OF
k 11AI It 1> R KSSING
mil Floor Taft llldg.. UO7 2nd Ave
LKtsi'HKRRY I'l« KKItS \N \
■on or about June 25. Oood ac
■> com modat loll*. Addrea* all coi
|fre*pondenc« to K Matt*on « Son.
If R. F I>. No. 1. Box 111. fcumner.
I, W**h
KaNTKIv 12 To SOLICIT
■ "gubacnptlona for irtag**tne. lni * 1
■#mediate reapi>nae la nec» aaarv. 13»
F»N. 50th *U Take Fhmney car (all
f morning*.
"BKItRY I'll 'K i;RS W ANTKI»
Wrll. for Information. K U fil -
ler. K:. Bo* 109. l"u>allup. H»li
Lk' HEPUl'fi o'x 'IN rAHILY
Anrrd an National l^iun-
A 4 V . >' • M • 1 1
■■■UVKD QIRL OR ELOKRLY
K%oman for houaework. Call 5.»13
KCiri-enw I
li Sam lan t r.pa'r > or
■Vatih throwugwey LJV 1 ?"'
BAQTIMK PIANO PLAYING
Pin, at.
§ HVLK HBLJP WANTED
p.vi.'ks os>:it it. i .'li rns'i'M.
g vnail service. IliO inonJh. r.x
a..rlrtiri' *innr.*»*a»ary. Vor Irr-
of e*amlnatlona wrlio
Leonard (former Civil
■n;*amin.r> 112* Kdultable HldK,
a . >ll tic!" n I'
■rANTKb. IMMKUIATKLY —A FiCW
kKr.finrd and aducatad jrounß m.n
■tfar our motion jiictura PI;;,! 1 '"
a i ,a. Apply stt Thi>mp.on % Bld« •
HBrourth arr. %nd CUerry at-. 5 a.
MLte t P- m -
■KNTI'.I. HOYS KOK KOrTKi AB
SKri In all part* of the clt>. Oood
Kfcaace for advancement. t ,
Bk»»l* to Circulation Department
Seattle Star.
BEErabLe employment in
I cC-operatlve bo* plant which haa
|f£«r»t«d contlnuoualy. ISO#
Kjfi.: required. Olympla Bo* *
Co.. Qlympla. ft a»h.
KS-yiVr VII TO I.I.AKN I.KIV-
R, an<l hkpalrinu automobile, at
WT. lactorfV"" No. 1 W. fcpokane
Kerf M.r T IA «»T.
■ktiTwatch "tR 1 'j£T
■est money. Stiffonl A Schwara,
KM] Arcade J .
wT. IS FIELD CANT RE
■ir your watch, throw It away.
■MVIIIihI
■Tiim WeUflald oan t repair your
Mwatch, throw It away. >O4 tnlon.
I arruATiow WfcWim-MAjj
IITtTATIO* WATTED *nVK"-
■nli •( <tofk«r*f< ••Idlers
•r ulton at* »«*<•' I'" •'
ikirfe.
ff-RERVK'E MAN. TIRE REPAIR
man. wanta place tn modern tire
•hop. four run' „
aect tonal and retreading. Addreaa
iC. Petrnon, 152$ Ninth ave.
Ktnott >m-j.
t ERSEAS VETERAN. CVIJNDER
rand olaten pressman; or will feed,
[fcnderatand Mlllera. Will go out
lor city. References. Do •nythinK
[Can set type. Call Main .083.
■Mm 2lf.
rSrRETE MEN AND PLASTER
ffc wanted In building my iraall
1 homes. I pay half cash and half
In real estate. Steady work.
,'h. <• PETERS. It* Thlrd Ave.
S-BERVK ; E MAN. EXPERI ENOED
In vulcanising and tire aervlce.
age 25, married. Will take any
thing. Mail have work. Mum
ask for Robert*.
S-AINTINO AND DECORATING
I rut clan paint.ok. papering and
fcalsomlning at moderate price",
gall Al Ninnla, Garfield #B5. .ven
wfhet. Main 850 day*.
BUSE PXINTINO OUR SPECIAL
fty. A Iho paper hanging and kal
[somlning. «« hurry. Duff &
u "nn. NortH 1431. ' 1
fiVTING AJTD K UJJOMININO—
Estimates free. Call me up before
let tin* your work. Phone East
2341;
JREENB MADE TO ORDER AND
put on. Duff St !»"«n, North 2636.
ARF'MNTCR WANTS A JOB. North
26.16
I>OBT AM) FOUND
Lost—collie d<k;, brown and
fwhlte; trick-eared. Information or
return <l2 W. iOth. Sunset 3024.
Reward.
fMM weisi-n:i.r> CAST RR
nalr your watch, throw It away.
|O4 1 nlon.
B HOUSES KOK RENT
■T Jl LI I ILK H. C PET EES
ißome. $lOO caah and SIS per
I month. Far ahead of renting.
il H PETERS. 721 Third Ave.
b KLHMHIiKI) APARTMTKNTS
AND KLATS
■BfoOc housekekpi.no rooms,
, $4 week up. 2-room furnished
[ $5 up. Alaskan, op-
Llpostte Moore Theatre. New wan
Koom AP'artmknt. E VEIIY-
furnished Also one fur
"iiisbed room. _f'all J 115 .lefffrson
I-ROOM " K L R N I S II K I)
fepartments. clean. No. 11 car.
1314 E. Terrace. _
(LE< lANTLY"FURNISH KD 3-ROOM
[flat, strictly modern, walking dla
' tance. East <446
jl FLKMNHKn HOI HEKKEI'INO
L ROOMS
bPULAA PRICEO ROOMS. CLOSE
to marker and business. The
Thrift. 1.123 Sixth sve.
f I-OK KK >f-KOHMS
UAJANT M.KKPINO ROvH Rift
#ife or two, $J 50 single, Beacon
1554-Jt.
SCRY NICE FRONT"ROOM, WOOD
[lawn Hot*). 2S 1< Third ave.
t \\ ANTKO—i»OA RDF lis
pANTKO ONE "li TWO
dr#»o to board; no bubie*. Sunaet
1065.
f M MMKH COTIAGKB
f WATER"FRONT CAMP
(,» quick i*al'* 1 will sacrifice my
wat*r front and give ea*y
Excellent bathing beach;
beautiful location: prlvary; large
room with fireplace; bedroom;
k'trhen; *l<«#»ping tent.; all com
pletely furnished; good boat ser
vice. You can work in town, ''all
r»wn#»r, 408 Leary Uldg. JJiiott
4216.
>0 M MNihil COTTAGKB
rOH*"sAI.Hi lIKNT (111 lkakk-s
--room housebost. ansp to right
party. Sim' l>nvidaon, 607 court
n«*uae. Main (tnoo. local 11
it fitikn uwnn
r-i-': i\\i 'its. n wo, ;-t mmi:l!
ratca Klllott 28M
I* W ANTKI)— MI NCF.I.I .AN EOt'S
WANTBU to II tUK 1! TON Tliivk
for - innnih?. Apply i"-!M. Star.
19 KOK K\!.K~MI9(TMiANK()II
s \ Sll W'n IMH>RB
O IV WIIJ-IAMS (U
1143 Flrat Ave. 8.
Look up your mrern needa In ad
vance. Our made-to-order window
screens taut longer and look but
ter
A Seattle-mad*. aubatantlal
screen door. 2 feet !i Inches
by f» feet R Imbes. with gal
vanised wire, for $1 00
HASH FOR CHH'KRN HOUBKB
20 In. wide and 25 In. high, coat 10 .14
PLATK iII.ASS FOR \VINDAIi! KLPS
3% In. by 10 In., price 14 50
40 In by If In., price $6 IB
Our catalogue, ahowtng full Una of
building muterlal. free on requeat.
O. n WILLIAMS cat
®*t ahllwh^il
YAK 1 M V Cll KitIIIKS
Hlght from cur own ranch, deliv
ered. Koval Annea, 10c lb ; JJlark
Tartarian*. 10c lb ; big. Juicy
Binge. I 7 c Tb Come in 16-In. bogea
net Hulnier 0214 '
H K MSTI'IV 114 NO AN l> 1 h'OTISO
attachment, works on all sewing
machlnca. $2. Personal checka 10c
extra Light* Mall Order llouae.
Ho* 127. Birmingham, Ala.
it HILT IN FKATUitWS, <' A uIN KTK,
etc., better, cheaper. Remodeling
Better carpentry in general. I'hone
nos Sherman. Main «'C> :
LA WN M<>\\ KKS « • \I.LKI ■ FOR.
aharpened and repaired ltaby cab
tireg. Acme Hepalr Shop. 820
Cherry Main 30*1. .
$ • i v i -11 s
houae dreaaea. 15c. 50c, and other
baricatna In uaed good*. I*l4 Bev
•nth avt.
M ATT KRISSKS RENOVATKD~
Upholstery. furniture repairing
Wratem Mattreaa Co Beacon 251.
IN VOIR CAR HAVR
your auto aeat cut for b«»d. $lO
up Blmpaon'a. at Fremont Itrldge.
■ w ■ . , • . >i i ' i i;. 11-
lieada. $lO up Kepnlrlng. rent-
Hi* Main 1?"« 1524 Flrat ave.
UK ST DRY MILL WOOD IN THK
city, only $5.50 alngle load. $lO
tl.. iM. id «'apit<>! <>457.
NKW I ! AN< »s FOR I. Nr. RKN
applied on purchase. Meyer-
T <n. r. 21 • I 'moil.
, 1.1 IH'T-TION IN FAMILV
laundry Aniericsn National Uun
dry. SunxM f»o4<>
!. \- i 111 "OS WMVKN : . fv:r
vard. Home Kug Weaving v'o-
Sidney 05g7- R.
Wool . | , lit SA LK l!' \SoNAHI.i:
Alao expreaalng. Phone Sunaet
4915-R-11.
r --AIM'S. 75c. PRINTING Rl7li
ber Novelty Frlnt, 111 I
liyißth.
DltY MrLL VS i i"l ■ » , ' L 4 >A I>. 110
double load Immediate delivery.
Garfield 2015.
1: Bam Welafleld cant repair your
wat' h. th».»w tt awny 1 <»4 ITnlon
WANTKO ' KD CLOTHINO AND
FT'ItS * • : 111 7 H1 at Flll r ll 1 111
K \V\N M: H II \ • t 1 ■ \«r
52 FI'RNITi'HR Kflß HAIJS
OWNER MUSI HAISK MON ICY
BY THURSDAY
Lar-e. masalve leather davenport.
$l5; beautiful quartered oak din
ing iahie ar»ii «» high back oak
leather chairs to match. ma*-
slve 54-inch oak library table.
911 fftll bent yrtill Axm n
rggl 5 » ; 1 f k ' as mat -
treiwc *>• • r Nil Motd J QOM
all like brand new. Someone get*
a bargain. Alao $275 large cab
inet Vlctrola, $l5O. 712 N. 43rd.
Phlnney call _
40-Tb cottomselted mattrea*. $5 15.
Blake Fnrn. Co.. 40« I'lke. M €sl>.
57 PET STOCK
FOUR PEDIOBKKD OItANOR rEß
slsn kitten* f*>r aale. $lO Alao
on** puppy, cocker spaniel. $l5.
1705 King at.
a# UVR STOCK
GOOD GOATS CHEAP
Four matured. heavy milking doea
and MMnl f!n«- jrounf does f»»r
sale. Also number or fine large
bucks. 406 Olive at. Dr.
i TLoughney.
TU <» FKMALE TH( )R< »rw ED T<>«;
K-nhutK milch K«>at kids cheap,
j 6324 Fourth avc. N. 11 Kenwood
| 33:*3.
61 FOB HALlir—A LTOMOBII ,KH
OVERLAND
TTFED ('AH PRim
THKT CON! OHM TO THE
JUNK FIRST PRICES
ON NEW CUR*
THEY AI: E PR-WAR
PRICED
Overland. model 19, 1914..51*0
Ford touring 200
Briaeoe roadster. 1918 ... 450
Overland, mod. to tour.... &.'»•
Maxwell touring 600
Overland 15-4 roadster .. 6."»0
Overland 4 touring 6*o
Overland 4 sedan 1 0T«0
New 1 truck chassis 1.225
WTIJsYS-O VERDANT)
P ACIKIC COM FAN Y
12th Ave. at E. Pin*.
Phone Kast 660.
$2OO FOR 1»1« CHBVBOLET
touring. In pretty fair shape;
has good tirea Thla la spe
cially priced for quick sale.
Come early.
AUBTIN-MOSELEY CO.
12th and E. I'lke St. East 614.
CENTRAL. AGENCY. Inc.
Authorised I FORD | Dealers
Broadway and Pike. East 0320
Have one of the beat assort
ments of Ford cara to ba
found anywhere.
We put our cara in Al condi
tion.
Our institution la your guar
antee.
We know otir price* and
terms aie right.
$375 FOR r>ODOE TOURING. TN
i fine mechanical shape; ftood
Kelly tlrea. mnnnrto, etc. $l5O
cash down, balance easy terma.
FRED AUSTIN, East 114.
PASSENGER OVERLAND. 191
12*28 W. ss>h. $225 cash.
o <
$390 FOR A BTTTCK 4 TOTmTNO:
run* fir»«•; nearly new tire* and
extra tire; body and uphol
atery excellent.. $l5O cash
down take* thin one.
H. NT (SARD, Cspitol 2319.
6! \> iVII I>- M TOMofHI.IS
WANTKL> WANTEI> - WANTED
USED CARS
For to supply our spring orders.
Customers waiting, and you may
have Ju*t what we need. Why
delay and lo*e money? Highest
price* paid for late model cars.
Security motor sai.es co.
721 E. pine St.
OPKX Ft'NUAYH ANI > P'EMNUS
wiix. pay Spot <Jash for udbu
Ford* and Dodge*.
MAMIM, & ENODAHL.
1531 Proadwav Eaat 11 <O.
V ILL TRAtiE tift NKW VH'TfIOI.A
for Kord. any model, and pay ca*h
difference, or pay all cash. Hun
set 1113.
HIGHEST « \ II PRICE PA ID I OR
good light ear*. Ifenry Mo**ba« h
Auto fit., *1 * E. Ptk» *t Eaat 2651.
S T A K \V AN TADS
M Villi WAUt—AITO TKHKS
UNITED MOTOna COMrANT
C (X Kenworthf. 0»n1 M|r.
404 11 Fin*, *t Uellevu*
Rebuilt
atandaid of value.
The time to buy l« when you ran
get what you want at the price
you pay.
That time ta now Your dollar will
bur more actual value than ever
before Wlae buyer* Are taking
advantage of prreent condition*
and buying now
larger atock—more liberal terms—
belter value—than ever before.
It KM KM IIRIU wk aivin
EAST TP:RMS AND TRADKfI
1 Reo Speed wagon, e*preas body.
I Ueo Speedwggon cha**ia
1 Heo 8p« "dw.iKon, covered body.
I Oldamoblle \-ton. express body.
1 UMt' \ -ton. rxprenH body,
t Packard V-lun, expreaa body.
I Maxwell I-ton. expreas body.
I Indiana 2-ton chasais.
1 Ford 1921 1-ton. worm drive.
1 Overland. * 1,200 pounda.
I Maxwell roadater. box on rear.
1 Ford roadater. box on rear.
1 kiaael \-ton chaasi*.
We need room. Come up and make
your own termn.
73 JHAOIINhKI
BLKi'THIC MOTOR DRILLS.
r'umpa. W. Montellua Frlce Co.
tent or aale. Main !>!?». 524 lat 8.
75 KOK BALK—HKAL KHTATK
) i 600 9 \ mmi f i.tiOO
v I*ROOM COTTAUhJ, WITH BATH
T(HJ SMAI.L FOR Vlti:B I! N T
OWNKH l'Rl«'i:n AT FRICK
THAT WILL SKLL IT Qt h K.
60x100 lot; flowera. fruit and ber
rleu; ne«r Whitworth k< hooi.
Make your own terma. MAUK A
BTAHT. <JKT A HOMK.
OKO. A. BFKN<'KIt A C(X
2514 Ferdinand St. (Columbia)
I» Marab. "Mgr Katuier 0012.
OWN Kit LIC AVI NO CITY
WILL SAi'ItIFICK lIOMIi AND
KURNITURM
$4.000 —Nle© 8-rooni home on Queen
Anne- in paved dlMtrlct; house
completely furntehed. everything
firat claaa; nlee yard, with fruit
and bgrrlegj gnrage A fOM
home at & bargain on «aey tetuia.
I'hone Qarfleld 0355.
OKO A SPKNCKIt A CO.
JF_ W hipp 1 »urth i ! * n
SNAP ron CASH
Hat# h forfeited 4 - room cottage
* Ith almont half irri l will *ell for
anap NtMll torn* repair. rind li
will brinic $2,200 Tours for
$1 4.'»0 « a*h or sl.bf*o, 9400 < «wh.
800 rne at on« « If you want * pu kup.
GEO. W WIITTR
Main 201. *Ol New York T'.lk.
NO i - THK ri MK Tn HI V
If OM MS ASM' FA It M S
You can v • » \ hem ft their
value. l>o*en* of bargain* on our
l»*ta. Call or phone M H poye
*»n Co* KOi Market »t. Bun*et
2011
COZY 4-UOOM lll'N'i\l.ou, «»M
plrtely furntahed. piano, daven
port. mnur »*lc. Ju*t north of
Woodland park 12.100 Will *HI
or take car ax flrat payment. Hun
*et 4i»o. ~r 7Jt N. 71th •».
II O 1»1 NGAIiOW; UNOB
■tructlble view; fireplace; nook
Have 1700 equity. Accept J.',00
ca*h. or part caah. Ford, player
piano. What ha%* you? 930#
! Witt o<;©4
§ Y OVVNSL ft - 6 - HOO M MOl> KRN
cottare; large rootnn; on corner
lot; irood location; near high and
grade achoola. See thli at on«*e
A bargain. Caah or term* 71*63
llth ave N. W.
Tiiy.Y A HA Tto AIN
Beat part North Broad wajr: won
derful vl» w; 5-room modern;
paved utreet; all *
paid $2,700; term*. Jklain €571.
33'» Burke Mid*
J-U'MIM ll' II •I. \M ■ <; Mi MJK
hlo« ka outmdr of city limit*, city
light* and walT; lot* of fruit.
$1.2»00; $lOO nuh. See Dlllaaver,
Fremont ivflk
CILVER—QUEEN ANN B
Come to ua for the beat buy» la
Queen Anne hill property.
R C. CULVER
14 FV'.t..n St. Qvj.en Anna 77.
foltNl.lt IXT ON 1.1. \l: Y AVE.;
close to business district of Fre
mont II COO caah. Sen Dlltsa>«r,
3510 Fremont ava.
NEW 6-KOOM MODERN HOME,
finely finished. $2.175. 1200 cash
_E Illott 0341.
7-ROOM HoUSK. QUEEN ANNE
hill. Phone liarfl-Td 4030
75 \ BAIXASD
GOOD tOilOO" Lot. *ON MARK K"T
at.. $25 down. $lO monthly. $5OO.
Oood 3-room house; lot 60x126; fruit
and gaiden In; $2&O down. 91.000.
IMioT
... V>KM NhAl lli, I KDI'KItIV
TWO HE AI T!FUD LOTH
Eaeh 40x127 d*-ep. bla»k loam;
all undtr culttvitlofi. 1300 caah
will pay for both of them, or $4OO
on terms of $. r >o rash and $lO per
m-nth. Is-in in inn klOCk «re
being held at $260 earh. Will
consider Ford car worth the
money.
JI'N'CTION READTY CO.
At the Junction. W*at Scuttle.
0147.
L#OG HOUSE
2 rooma. on S-aere of nle« ground;
some timber. A dandy little home,
well located. $lOO caah. $1& per
month.
H. r. PETERS. 726 Third Ave.
7« I* OH EXCII \N(.fc—IUCAL
KBTATK
UNIVERSITY HOUSE "i filV" ST'oTTe
Have equity of $1,200 in I'niversity
house which I would like to trade
for grocery store, tiee HUNT. 422
1 Burke Bldf.
WATER" FitONT. PARTLY IM
proved, free and clear, for city
1 property. Owner, 1022 Third ave.
79 AI'KKAQR
REAL ACREAGE
1% aTea of Rood aoll. one-half
block from Edmond* htffhway. 5
minutee from North f*ark Station,
on Everett Intraurban; nil In cul
tivation and ntarly all *et with
MOiall frult, which la now bennnK
except the lo«an berriea. which
w[M bear next year; grood Kord<'n;
land Ilea well; 4-roOm houae with
full buarment; chicken houae and
Karaße. Thla place la priced rlKht
and on very ea«y ternia.
NORTH WESTKUN LA ND It INV. CO
201 Traders' Bide. 3rd nnd Marion.
Phone Elliott 31 HO.
Snaps
Only $225 an n< r« for this 30 acre*.
2 mlfes Kouth of city limlta. 2
block a from lies Molnea hlcbway;
one-half la bottom lanrl.
40 acrer.. fine hour's drlvo from Se
attle. for $5,000; good buildings.
Implements and crop; hnlf cleared:
level land, free of rock, sand or
K rave I.
Elliott 1725. JOHN DEPI'MAN
41 'J New Tork Hlk.. Seattle.
Evenings Italnler 1175-M
10 ACRES
FOR lIERRTES
1 ACHKH CLEARED
BETWEEN SEATTLE AND TA.COMA
Facing main highway. Thin land In
well located. done to store, hot hi
grad<> and HIGH HdHOOL For
berrle* thl* land In ronxldnrcd
to b* the bent you ran find. Home
bottom. If you wish to get bimv,
we will give you the chance of
your life. Only $1,500; $5O ca*h.
$lO monthly.
THK W. K MORS 10 CO„
41 r, T#f«ry Ftldg Elliott 4«3ft.
t-HOOM MOD I'lfiWj HAS KM ENT;
laundry; fireplace; gurage with
concrete floor; city wat.fr and
light*. | a< re of ground; 60 Inur
ing fruit tree*; 5 blocks outside of
city limit*. $4,000; $3OO «uh h,
balance $5O per month, Including
Interest. Kee OillHaver, 3510 Fre
mont |V*.
10 \( i: ES, u rill HOT'SE
In Mt. Vernon di*trl<t Good land
for a dandy little farm. This l*
the greatest b»*rry di*tiict In
Wa*hingtoti.
U. C. PETERS. 726 Third Ava.
fH E SEATTLE STAR
w ACXBAOB
cHsnnr vallky rpkcial*
5 acrea, level nlder bottom: ereelc;
faring good mail; 1 4 inllea fmm
raved highway. $260; $:.O rath.
10 par month.
10 acrea. nearly I**H; fine rrwk;
deep loam poll; aome amitll tim
ber. $..00, |7b caalw $lO par month.
20 acrea. Ifffl deep, rlrh loam aoll;
gn<>«l uprlng SSI>O; $lOO t anh, $l 5
por month.
10 acrea, nearly alt Ifval: fine creefc ;
half *• rdfd to timothy. 11.400;
9200 ca*h, f2O per month.
2(10 acre*; well watered; *la*h*d.
burned, aaeded to timothy Kin*
for Miot k or dairy. U.uOO. i a»y
term*.
The** ar* a few of mir bargain* In
tha Cherry Valley dtatrlct, doae to
Haattla; good auto roada; deep,
rich loam Boll* no
gravel. own a home In thia fer
til* dtatrlct L< t on take you out
and ahow you better aoll for tuna
money.
BKPTLY * CALLAHAM
30« Hinckley Illdg., 717 Hecond Ave
Main 4T. 14.
wATiim rnoNT homic
North end Lake Famammlah, with
S-acre pood ground; modern 7-
r«»om houae; light, etc. Prloa
91.800; terma.
i Arnn a •
lakh: fohfjkt paUk
4-room houae. ha in and chlrkan
houae; electric light* and water,
l'rica 91.200; eaay tertna
CARTKR. MacDONALP tk MILI.KII
201 Columbia HL KUlott b8?0.
A It KAI * TtAHOA IM
Dandy 10-ai-re ranch. level and
good noil; fin* location;
short drive Into Seattle; nice
4-room cottage; barn: chick
en house; fiult and btrrlvl.
Price only 13.250; some |
t» rum.
11 KKM A N Pr'IfnOKDKR I
612-14 Whi to llldtf.
THK OLD CHAMUKRH HOlfE
stead la dlvtd< I Into email trnria.
Thin land »a level, cleartd. ready
to plow; rlo«e to highv%av; watsr
usually reach'd at 3u fesL Coma
with mi. talk \%ith n« Ighborin*
farmers and *ee what thev raiee.
Cleared land now selling for ll. r »0
per aire, on terms. (6*3)
nnnsinK REALTY CO
314-317 New York lllk. Klllott «:«.
o o
Brr Tina
Most ha sold. Kin* 10 acrei;
level; rood aotl; coiy cot
tage. Nome clearing, good
well A real nn»p nt 1760.
HERMAN Hi'llltOKliKH
612-14 While Uldg.
UANI' KOU SAI.K IN THK FAMOUS
Whits river .slley. near F.nuni
claw, Kin* county. lirlck and
paved mads to .Seattle and 'la
coma. Where the farmers have a
f»y r.fdl of One llundn-d Thousand
'er M.'ti'h f"r snd Milk,
l.xnd ranges In price from |4O per
acre and up. We have good mar
ket, good schools and good
churches. Inquire of Chris Sanda.
Enumclaw. Wash
10 ACRES
BMAIJ, SHACK
This Is the very hesi alder land, per
fectly level, on good county road;
plenty good A 1.11 Kit TlMlll.lt,
eome fine fir and cedar; located
close to railroad station; good
neighbors; only ICiQ, on your own
ternm
THK W. R MORSE PO,
111 l*arv Hldg. Elliott 4(11.
REAI. SNAP
45 arres, dandy soil; I itm
cleared. old buildings; good
location; w county road.
Prlfe only $1,650
HERMAN A HHOnDKR
612-14 Whits Hid*.
10 ACRKR HOrNP VIKW
OVEIU/M)K INO RKIKWDO KRACH
CIXWE TO TACOMA HIGH WAV
This I# a VERT <SOOD piece of land,
tfeotlt one-third cleared. balance
well surface cleared; *ll fenced;
30 bearing fniit tr*-*-s. half mile to
ator»a, school, beach. Your own
lam.
THR W. E. MORSK
41 < 1/earv Hid* Elliott 4*58
10 ACRES. REAL I«ANP
ALDKIt, MAPLE AND CEDAR
OI<(>WTH—HI*NSI N<; WATKR
Near a good town. In Kin* County.
us show you how things grow
In thin sollf Trice s*oo, only SSO
down. $lO per month
ii. p. Peterson
300_pantages Rid* Elliott 10*3.
KOR HAhK HO ACRES; ON FINK
fad; *OO/ IV <►. 5 a ere* orchard,
fine nhnpe. with pronpecta of 1.000
boxen of apple* this year, land
partly cleared, with all equipment.
A**'d couple wlnh'-M to s»-ll this at
once. Price $4 ,(00; >2,000 cash,
balance on time. Address Ilox t.
Or* ;if Wash.. Man luan «'<■.
IMi'HOV'kf) l.\\l>. NORTH END
One acre, with small, well built
house, chicken holtae; parage;
wood shed; 28 fruit traen; h< rri»vi;
latfce garden; facing good county
road; abort dl»tan<«- from city Lim
it*; close to bu« line. I'ricc $1,000;
terms $ 17r» ci»*h and $l5 a month.
201 New York Pluck. _
1 ACHE. IMPHuV EI»; liKHT OF
poll; bearing orchard; clone in.
Will sacrifice for $1,250; terma.
213 '«I «* Hldj . Third and I Tnlon.
Y OMR HAL fc —-1 ACRES, A 80l T
cl«ared; house: tcarage;
house; fruit berries; at
I,rlo> Forest Park Main 62M.
f.IiOOM COTTAOH. KltEMON'f.
clone t<» business district, $8,000;
$3OO cash. See DilUaver, 2510 Fre
mont ave. *
i f»K SALE 80 FAUM, CltoF.
stock and tools, cheap, terms, by
owner. C. D. Ollson. Knab, Wash.
FARM LANDS
FA It MB
tan picit ai're
SEVERAL THOUSAND ACRES
NEW LAND
20 MIL.EH HKATTLB <»rt TACOMA
PATIT CUIAFIKD
Thl» lnn<l Is now bHntc allotted to
urttlera thru lh<- NORTHWEST
i.anij BirrruiMKNT asho< ia-
TION In 10. 20, SO or 40-acre tracts
at 135 per Hero, on small payment*.
BOIL EXPKRTS have, carefully In
spected the land arid found it
Tllghly tutted for RERRY" CDL-
TuKK, OARDKNINO, POI7I/TRY,
UAJkViNO. mixkij farming.
Home of the tract* have CI.MAR
INO KNOIJOH to br PI/)WKI' and
I'LjANTI'D this HI'RTNO. Those
anxious to get eturted should ap
ply at once to male sure of get
ting a (.'USAHKD TRACT. Write
or rail at headquarters. NORTH
WEHT LAND BKTTLEMENT AS
SOCIATION. Room 16 Colman
Dock. Seattle. Open evenings.
Note: WK HELP SETTLERS TO
GET START HI J,
SNAP
40 acre*, one hour's drive from Se
attle. for $r».000; one-half in culti
vation; crop. Implements and a
good team ko with place If sold
this week ; has good house and out
buildings; Home orchard; excellent
soli and level; on R. F. D. and
inilk route; close to school.
Phone Elliott 1725.
JOHN DEPPMAN
Evening* Rainier 117f»-M.
4 4** New V ork Dlock. Sent tie.
$7OO ON fOAKY TISRMS
TWO-ROOM IFOITHR ft ACRES
Level land, 1 aero cleared good soil,
close to good market. ItREMER
TON NAV Y YARD. Hotter hurry
If you want It.
CMFKORD I.AND CO
«17 Third Ave. Open Kvenlnp*.
OPPORTUNITY
BTAKWANTAOS
»: siim kn a\i» miMw
HT«X - KS ol'KKitlOU
I** Klt'tc Alihhip $lO 00
10 Kwe<llMh-Am. Lin* 2S "0
100 Kothfit I'rocen* . .*« f »
2f»o Victory lluhtu-r 36
2. r ioo )!'«( on foul Mlnea 07*4
3000 llomehulldt r. I• Im. 05
2. I %, 4 UnltiMi Finance HO "0
2000 Porki Prilling 10
1000 Korku nil 05
Will 13uy Bond*, all liiauea,
Commonw»«lih Finance.
C. I HTIfiKPLK
11W Cherry HI. Mntn
91 lit NINKNH OPPOKTINITIKR
\ i ro i'Ai it . no!'
I*A ItTNKItNI Ill*, 9*oo
Want nteady, r»llubl man who la
willing to work ami ambition* to
learn a iood trad**. Fully ©quipped
flniKhtiiK room and anop filled
with work You will ba a**oclat<d
with flr*t claa* man. who will
t»-H«l» you tho boaine**. Your
► hai»- of nroflta will be over ItOO
month. Particular* of Mr. B«mg
f alder, 717 Ht-ahoard Mid*.
AUOOD lit 81NUH W I rilOl T CAP-
Ital Honorable. true and atralghL
Worthy of In v<**tlgnt lon. Torn It
ovar and undar, liinlc]#> out. unaide
down, a clean high <laaa
I am giving u|> bacauae of old agr
Full Inatructlon. 11.00. Cleorga
Welle* Monrlev, Newburgh. N. Y.
GIIVH'KR V WITfl LIVINIi HO' IMS.
located In apartment houae neigh*
borhood. About $Mi daily boai
ne** all «•* nh and «arry. I»n*e $6OO
and Invoice atock S*< Mil. II KM*
KNWA\ I Bur l< «• Bldg
\S ILL HA< l: IIl( I: II 11 i MOfit
gage on l"gged-off land In King
county valued hi s',ooo for $ I.ooft
caah k'elneri, 401 JJldg
Kliiott 4111.
MOMK llAKliltV riiK.AK fOW
iblt foi * (i « rj i urn lah ad lln
ing room; r*nt 913- 821 Seventh
ava.
I.AIUIK W1N1KIW"|;I) KTItU ft T
level front room, furnlahad. for
rent June 20. 112S Sixth ave.
Foft HALI ,l- I . M nLK \A Nt'll
room, good location. Call I*l3
(iteen wood.
i 4; H< m i r v OR WILL IN
volra M» hi ing 7 ;>f » 2d ave Rm 212
4 V KNTHALL\ IA H KTKI> C. AItAOK
Hal lard. 1200; t« rtnw Itallard 2007.
91 HI'H'I \l, NOTIC KH
AFTIiH THIS DAT 14 I VMM. NOT
be rt«nn«>n*.hie f<»r any dents con
tracted by my wife. Mm. Iluth
Wood® or Mm. Krancti Wood*.
If R. W«M)d-
m rKRMONAL
STOI r \\ UMI.N Now l: i. i•' c r j: v
th«» Gardner Method. No strenu
oui e*er«'l»lna or dieting. Tha re»
nulla are marvslous. Office hours.
!* a m. to tip in Gardner Reauc
in* Method. 41 f» Kltel Bid 81l < '.: i
MOTORIN'G TO SAN FRANCISCO.
I>eplr«* two parties for trip. 1/eav
tutr Saturday References. Phone
nSj.
.O A V LAKK MIN KRA I. HATIIS:
oil nibs; nralp treatments. 620
i ■ u Room I 4 Klllott 701
GENI'INK SO Al' LAKE HATIIS AND
maanau" 40. r » Olive St., Office 27.
Nl I'.SK Mrs. A. Willeiksen. Sunset
1 3 f» 7
ma mcmLooiir
MMK. TIM* Humanoiofflst. merits
universal recognition. Her sclen
tlflc anayfsls of nssd. faer and hsnd
Is supplemented with spplied psy
chology. 71*; llnlglit ItldiC- M 4262.
100 RSAL RRTATR LOANP
M«>ney f<.r fjirm T and a« r»age loan*
KOTIIF. K\KM MTU. CO., 1021 3rd.
tor. \ iA.\i. Nonrm
TO WHOM ' r MAY ( ONVKRN:
Th»s Is to certify that C. P. Vincent
ha* made an application to main
tain a lumber and fuel yard at
2032 Fourth ave., lots 6 snd I.
hl«»rk lfi. Sarah A. pell's Addition
Anyone deslrlna to protest such oc
cupancy must file such protest st
tha office of the Building Depart
ment. Room 505 County-City Bldf.
prior to July 5. 1121.
OPPORTUNITY
STAR WAN TADS
Th« Seattle Star
DHUECTOIY
AUornfy*-aIU«
J. P. TAHLISHED HIT.
All cases. Consultation; advlca.
Moderate feea. Free department.
IIS Purke Uldg- *OB Hacood aea
Patent Attorneys
FREDERICK P. GOIUN—PAT
ent Attorney. American and *or
eiirn patents secured. developed
and promoted. 805-f-7 Central
Hldg.. Seattle. Wash., and SO9 F
et. N. W., W ashing ton. D. C.
Phone Main B*e
1L n RBTNOLDB, M K: C. U RIT
NOIJ'S. Established Rrjitlle, lOI;
1 years examiner U. 9. Patent Of
flcfc 402 f Lynn lild. Dill,ill 6071.
'Air JOHN W. MAFPIN—U. S. and
foreign patent* and trade marks.
207 11' r.. Klf > r.Mic. Mii'll 2 , •
PIERRE RARNEd. Ma I n 5750 121 S
-14 H<»ice Hlcl Patents Trademarks
Certified Puhlir Accountant*
A. s7 HAV ■I N A- <■<> Unrv llliT?
( tiiroprwinr
dr r. r. ruitNK r.Thi ROPRAC
tnr. 210-12 lialcht KM. 2rt-l'lna
_!l..vira, 10 Ev« dates. rfll. 34«4
JENNINUK * JKNNINOS. ORAD
uatas of Palmar school. Denny
Hldg. Main 7177.
Collateral Loans
WoneT loan lib on "al.l arti
clan of value. TUB RELIABLE,
»07 Third >»«.
Ciiatniilnji
BCILDINO AND R RHODBLINOj
roofs repaired: estimatea free.
lJni\erslty lluildlriK Co., North
4613.
Ham-inc Tauglil
Private kK'nm Stevens. 4th A Ptka
MAY r»(*NTN latest dances Esst 444
i;*l»erl Kleo -ric Krpuira
Hotohs. ai'l'l.ianii:s wilifNO
P. J. 'tlvnan Klectrlc Co., 641 First
S. KlllnM
Mil.L|iliysician
nil ntkss vr.si.v (MirrAPHYsf
clan)—Teaches and treats affllot
ed liurnanity. 407 Kpl*-r Rld^.
Money to Lmi
Bonet to i-oaS
On diamonds and Jewelry, on moat
ratiafaciory terms.
SOCIETT FOR REMEDIAL. LOANS
IN SEATTLE
SSS-G Kmplre UulldlDK
Second. Madl.on.
HONEY TO LOAN —WK IX) AN ANT
AMOUNT f)N DIAMONDS, watches
and Jewelry; lowest rates.
Seattle's Oldest Loan Brokers
AMERICAN JEWELRY CO.
til Becond Ave. Established 188f.
LOANS ON AUTOMOHILKS
Retain and drive your car. R. 13.
Sargent. f>o? Rid. Ell. filSl
MoniiincnU*
PUOET ROtTnD MARHLE"* ORA>t
lt*« lst and Virginia. Estab*
llshed 1874.
llptirUn and Oplometrinl
3. W. Edmunds. Fraspr-Paters*»nV^o
Ph> sicla as, Nuru«Hins
DR. F, N FREER
Physicisn and SurfreooL
Chronic Diseases.
for Men.
for> Va Third Ave.
Piano Ttitilng
JOHN STROM Tuning ll Repair
ing. Elliott 0529 or Main 784,' i.
Its/.or lllaOcM Shai pencil
9pahjpenb4 rg Cutlery. 1407 4th ave
Sanlpracllc
1 »r. Welfare t reals eyesight, hearing.
body. No operations 207 Eplei' Hid.
Moliii Itepairiiig
EXPERT Id i- v i ui\.; ROWS Re
paired. Work guaranteed and
prompt F'til'tv. 1f» 1 Third «ve.
49 FOR S\LK—MISCFI IsANKOI^
LUMP COAL—Delivered
In 2-Ton (PQ CAa
Lots «p«7.OU Ton
QUEEN ANNE 4291
KILLS BEAR, SAVES TWIN BOYS
Mrs. Rainwater and her twin tons
MARION. Mont., June 12.—"1 had
to kill the t»*nr or lose my balilco—
no 1 killed the bear."
TM* In Mrs. Acne* Oarlach Rain-
ALL HANDS GO
ON A VACATION
Justices Leave Nobody to
File New Cases
Controversy over vacation whsd
ules wlilrh resulted In a "shutdown"
of all Justice court* In King county
Tuesday was settled Wedneaday
when Justice of tha Pence J. W.
Hoar begun accepting new on sea
from prospective litigants.
Irate attorneys and their clients
who attempted to fila envea Tuea
day and found that no Justice court
would achedule their grievances for
a hearing, reined a atorm of prptext
to the county commissioners, to the
prosecuting attorney's office and to
The Star.
Attaches of J net lea TToar'a court
who Jet down the bars Wednesday
xald they were doing the work of
filing on the time they should be
having vacation, but they were un
willing to allow the courts of lower
Jurisdiction to be closed entirely
against the public.
Justlc* Hoar's court* stopped fil
ing early In May. expecting, the at
taches explained, to taJce the usual
!0 days or mora to clean op the
docket and take tha remainder of
the time until July 1 for vacation.
Jintlce Keah M. Whitehead's
court stopped filing June 15 and
started on Its ?0-<lay period of clean
ing up the docket. Justice John B.
Wright's court stopped filing Juns
50, thus leaving no courts active ex
cept that of Justice C. C. Dalton,
who Is taking care of criminal mat
ters.
Civil rase* were thereby befog Ig
nored until Justice Hoar stepped
Into the breach Wednesday.
ROSE EXHIBIT
OPENED AT 0
Fanciers Arrive From All
Over Northwest
Rone fanciers from all parts of the
Northwest ar* pouring Into B«wttle
for the eighth annual Seattle Rrfse
show, which opened at the Univer
sity of Washington Wednesday.
The big exhibition will be thrown
open to the public at 1 o'clock, but
Judges will Htart their work of Judg
ing the exhibits at 10 o'clock.
The show Is being held in the Btate
Museum building on the university
campus.
By the time the doors are opened
to the public the awards will have
been made in the various classes.
Sustain Veracity
of W.C.T.U. Agent
Th* veracity of Oordon B. O'Har
ra, former special aifnt of the W. C.
T. U-. but now back oil duty as a
federal prohibition inspector, was
sustajned by a Jury In Judse Jere
miah Netorcr'a court when a verdict
of pullty w»j brought In against Mrs.
Mary I'arker. propritt reus of the
Boyd hotel, 2lt Marlon at. Bho was
fined $5Ol.
Mrs. I'arker was charted with sale
of liquor. OUarra testified he par
chased booze In her hotel twice. De
fense wltneesea admitted but one
sale.
CREDITS SELF WITH
$1,500 AND OBTAINS
$350 CASH, CHARGE
"Call the bank and ««*> what
I'm worth," S. K Edwards, alias
R. I. Tobln, alias C. E. C'olne, is
alleK r <l to have told the clerk at
the Frye hotel.
The clerk, after telephoning, re
ported the man's assets nil.
Whereupon Edwards went out,
nailed the hotel, said he was talk-
In* for the bank and apologized
for foiling to credit Edwards with
t1.500. On his return to the ho
tel he got |:iSO.
Alleging the above facta, the
prosecutor haa charged grand lar
ceny.
Found Not Guilty
of Booze Violation
George Carlson. clerk In the RaJn
ler Drug company store, 916 Flrvt
ave., was found not guilty of liquor
law violation by a federal Jury Tues*
day. The case was heard by Judge
Jeremiah Neterer.
ROY OSCAR MARTY wn« nrqnlt
ted of hnoae cliHrjrfH Tue»duy by *
Jury in Federal Judge Jcramiuh No.
tcrcr*a court.
water's explanation of her success In
firing three rifle bullet* Into a black
l»ear which appeared suddenly where
her twin sons were playing on her
homestead at I-oat Prairie.
SOCIAL LEADER
HELD FOR THEFT
Forestry Official Jailed for
Embezzlement
MISSOrLA. Mont, June 22 —J. A.
Urbanowlcx, for IS years fiscal agent
for the forestry service here, charged
with th« embezzlement of $2!i0,000,
Is In custody here today, following
his surrender last night.
I'rbnnrrwlcz was arrested at a so
cial function, on charges of embez
zlement. Ha asked to take a shower
bath, and while officers were en
gaged elsewhere, escaped to the hills.
Officers searched in vain for him.
"I thought I might as well face
the music," Vrbanowtrz said today.
"I hate to face my friends."
Urbanowlcx has been a social lion
here for the past two years and has
aatounded his friends by his liberal
spending. He claimed his mother
was wealthy. Much of the money
spent by Urbanotricz went Into wild
cat oil and otlier questionable specu
lation. as well as luxurious living, It
la said.
Says Home Wrecked
by Stadium Blasts
Asserting that blasting operations
In building the stadium wrecked his
home, at !Mt Hamlin at., F. D.
Swank and his wife. Hazel, are suing
the Pug»t Hound Bridge and Dredge
Co. and the Associated Students of
the university for (800.
Hart Really
Didn't Sleep
All the Time
OLTMPIA. June !!. —Indigna-
tion ran high In Governor Hart's
offices hpre today.
News clippings arriving from
all parts of the state brought
home accounts of the governor's
retrenchment conference held here
Monday, as reported by various
correspondents.
The office wan pained to note
that certain "carping critics" had
made much of Governor Hart's
nap, which he took while presid
ing.
It is now pointed out that the
governor really went to sleep
that Is, sound asleep—twice dur
ing the conference, and then only
for a short time each time, and
that the state traaurer, Clifford
Bahoock, was there both times to
wake him up.
Oh. yes, the governor gets these
clippings. He gets two news
papers, paid for out of a state
fund, but hasn't much time to
read, so he patronizes a press
clipping bureau. He pays the bu
reau out of a state fund, also.
NEWS IN
TABLOID
i
Ml* i Ron* Olhss Installed as presi
dent Kx-Service Women's club,
Tuesday night
Helen® E. Fahey, principal Taylor
school, near Maple Valley, returns
to her home, (752 Dibble ave, (or
summer.
County commissioners determine
probable boundary lines for Rich
mond Reach, If town decides to In
corporate.
Ten Jesuit priests and 10 scholas
tics pass thru Seattle on way to
Manilu to take places In Spanish
Jesuit colleges.
Printers' sons and apprentices to
be guests of Seattle division, United
Typothetae of America, t> p. m.,
Wednesday, I'lg'n Whistle.
Rev. Worth M. Tippy, D. D„ exec
utive secretary. Federal Council
Commission of Church and Social
Service, to spenk Friday, 6:30 p. m.,
Y. W. C. A. cafeteria.
Italian Discovers
Paint to Read By
ROMB, June 21.—Glullo Ulivl, the
Italian scientist, is reported to have
discovered a luminous paint which
sbeds a light sufficiently strong to
read by. The Italian railways are
contracting to apply the paint to
roofs of railway carriages and for
signs 'on the Interior, which could
not be seen at night it can also
be used for signs in motion picture
theatres.
PAGE 13
ATTACK FIRING
I OF M'PHERSON
Chamber's Alaska Executive
Committee Quits
What k Mind Uitt dismissal
of J. I. Mfl'herson, manager of
the Alaeka IdirrMii of tile Cham
ber of Commerce?
Tills question was agitating
the :(,:tOO members of tlui iliam
ber W«lnftdiy,
Chamber of Commerce officiate
declared that Mcpherson's dismissal
*«« due to hia r"fu»al to hand In bis
resignation when requested to do m
by President R. H. Boyns. At the
time of hi* election, Boyna an
nounced that-be wan going to effect
a reorganization of the council, and
as a matter of form aaked the reslg
nation of all officers of the cham
ber.
M< Pherson Ignored the request.
His "Insubordination" la given as lbs
reason for hla dismissal.
The efficiency committee appoint
ed by the board of trustees recom
mended that the Alaska bureau and
the state development bureau be
merged.
The executive committee of tha
Alaska bureau, which Includes sev
eral leading business men, dery>unced
the demand for Mcpherson's resig
nation as "brutal," and resigned in a
body.
If McPherson la a valuable man,
aa la proved by his 10 years of work
with the Chamber, why should
he be dismissed on account of a little
Internal friction, they a.sked in sub
stance.
The summary dismissal of MrPherw
son, while he was on official busi
ness in Washington, was taken by
the executive committee of the Alas
ka bureau as a personal reflection
on their work, according to their
letter of resignation. They praised
McPherson highly for his activities
on behalf of Seattle and Alaska.
The letter of resignation Is signed
by Julius C. Lang. F. T. Fischer, 8.
11. Hedges, a former president of
the chamber; William Calvert, Jr.,
James A. Haight, Maurice D. Ijeehey,
David Whlteomb, W. H. Parsons. J.
T. Heffernan, J. A. Pwalwell, Wil
liam Pigott, E. B. Burwell, E. C,
Ward. John Wallace, Falcon Joslin,
A. G. M. Fraaer, John P. HarUnan
and P. E. Harris.
Dolores Goes
Away; Oh, Have
You Seen Her ?
Has anybody
seen Dolores?
By way of ex
planation, Dolores
is an old whlta
mule, mlailnf
since Tuesday
from her home at
1323 Atlantic St.
Dolores* owner,
Arohlllo Kaposita.
called at police
headquart era
Tuesday to report
her strange behavior.
According to Colore*
wandered away from home to seek
new friends, where the grass Is lore
and green and tin cans do not grow
ih her grazing patch. Dolores waa
to have been sold Tuesday, but when
Ksposita called for her, Dolores' sun
burnt stamping ground was vacant.
"She was an onery brute, Judge."
confided Ksposita to Lieut. Smith.
"She run away once before when ah*
heard me dickerin' with a butcher
for her hide, and I didnt find her
until a week later over In Ballard,
standing In front of a feed stora
looking over the price list, and I
couldn't get her to come home until
bought her a hatful of oats."
Kspoeita denied that Dolores waa
any relation either to "Maude" or
the Justly famous "White Mule"
prominent In Seattle's home brewing
society. Street car men on the Bal
lard run were warned to watch for
Dolores.
CHICAGO, June 2/—"l'm get»
ting married again because I'm
lonesome," said Samuel H Merritt.
81, civil veteran, sfter he had
obtained a license to wed Mrs.
Louise V. J. Vaughan, 83.
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