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WKDNKSDAY. JULY 20. 1021.
* v « Seattle Star
Rkti*h*l r»aily at iso: Seventh A»«
Wuhmitn
I Subscription Rates
| BY MAIU IN AOYANCa
. IN THIS BTATK
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iff* Hni. tta lawttlMl Mr •»*
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aMMnI iul la iltuM* •*»«-
Ma. It rent* ■ lino »»r
■ WW* to a lis* I. lit taaortlMa
■Ska Mn at *!»•.
■haalrM idortlHarala will ke
■WM a* to It a'eloek wk aiora
■ •ar tka R(ala> altrraaoa adl-
K« mill la gaat r*aa» Mala
■ lak (ar tka OaaaltWA t«li"ll«-
■ Pepaitannt. aaA »la« roar
■ata* kotor* tka largtot aadteaee
Bta iMikmot
1
L Audience in
tin Northwest
Reads lite Star's
Want Ads
Phone Main 0600
g ItMAUi HKIJ' IS AN IMI j
fILsiRV TCK kwminmions
■r women over IT. Br*tofftct
■ark. Il.toe-tt.tot: fovertimrat
■lark. lI.SOO-ll.IOO; typUt. It.tOt-
BLtOt. Kxperlenre unnece**ary.
■for frra particular* write J. Leon-
Bid (former Civil Service Kuaia
liar), lilt Koultable Itldg . Huh-,
Hagt.'n, I > i'.
BMK VV-OKk: KXf'KIUKNCK t'N
|acea#ar>; everything furniehcd.
BSt weekly up. Send *elf-*d-
Breagad. atamp. d envelope for free
Sarticulara. It. n-I'.on Candy 10.
Philadelphia. !■% , _
IKt>KHICK S NRLSON UKgl IKK
Iht aenrtcet of experienced opera
tor* and rlnlaher* to work on fur*.
Aliply Kmployment Bureau. »*c
owl floor. . . _
NK \T
Ctrl to atatat nur*». Muat be able
to lift patienta l»r. Lo««t»ney.
ill Ollva *t.
FlMini W eta field can t repair your
tttck i>M> It away itt t!r n
[1 a T 1 ME PIAVi OPL ATI N O
Sackt. Pine a«.
■ft SITUATIONS WANTED
miALB
[f JTMted VaST* MffloN ts
T w»ir>. D-U. hit.
lab UVU HKU- WAKTMP
IQVIL SERVICE KXAMINAI <
f tor men our IT. Railway mail
) fifk. $1.(00; tlerk-carr»er.
Et«0; InteeMl $1,409.
bftarlaace unne«ea*ary. Tor free
aartuulers writ* J. l,eo»ard tfor-
Kir Clvtl Service Eiatntner). 11J*
jSSultabl' l»l'l« . \V*.♦>!.nifi.'ti I •
■I wantku Iron WbtaL mail
t mHlc«. Examination* aoon. sal
ary si.«e«-si»uo. Kjp»n<oc« u«-
BiMMn. WrtU for free partlcu
3SS« iWut bnsttlona. Columbia
jakmt of CI«U Harriets ss« Pope
ft>siK. Washington. I). C.
iHmftr i ii" i'i ii n w
jfSfraMa of drlvlay team anil asin«
Skt hook; *M'> tS t" l« P*r <la> .
!■' |aax4 It. It per day. Only efficient
jR|U (mad ■•nrral wowdaman
I f lylij Cimmi Lumber Co.. <"**
Wanted koR~ScU
[rjKill WORK. TO M4ARN AUVK.R-
mat BK PEHMANKXT
I'frtWJ MVKR OOOK INSTRCC
-1 V|Ms GIVEN. Apply AdvertHln*
'apST. fr-'"- SUmU'W 9- n.
roU WANT TO WORK
fui build yourself a future, «o in
I Hhmm for yourself with email
aaaattal required. Article el's on
fMaht. Ona laok will twnvtaca.
jESI » Central Bid*. Mrllhde*
Igferßirif * NIUK>N IKE
■WCarvtcea of a thoroly «I-
Ttjtrlnni far cutter for all kind*
|H fur a Apply Employmeat Hu-l
. raaa. —<-ona floor. _____
■>if( JfcU-nnvs for rout* CaR
3ar» ts alt parta of the city. Good
If Mlt" for advaacemenl.
taalf to Circulation Department
rEf Seattle DUr.
•SFR*Er~TRCCK MCli-Irl WIIA
JmU you all tke cedar slaka yoa
lean fcaal for $$ loadL Smith
3 Fa»t Co, Kenwood l»si.
fccTwANT LfcARN DRIV-
Tiadt aad repair Inc automobtlea at
1 gar factory. Call No. 1 wTspokane
iaod Marginal way.
Kttar watcb and jewelry repair for
fCw aaaaey. Stafford * Sehwara
M >w*ia
WWmm We l»f1* Id eaa't fW'tJo"'
?watch, throw It frtf. I'M '
I WtMrntM WtJWP-iUUI
invtms WAMTtSO ADVF.n
--| aaaata of dlaeharced a* Idle re
S M aalt»f~ are pr la ted free mt
Ik-SKRVfCE OVERSEAS MAN. $0
i yeara of axe. ateady and reliable,
S want* work aa hotel clerk or
4 watchman. Mutt have work aoon.
ifj. W. B. 11l Ninth are.
TPAINTIKO AND DECORATING
■yet claan palntiaff. paperlnf and
at moderate prices.
VCSITaI Nlnola Garfield #»s. e»eB
j,l»i»; Main >5B dsyt.
IX-SERVICE MAN WANTS WUHK
•S In vulcanixlnc ahop. Call Main
Inquire room S.
■5 TOt'R PAINTING NOWT IFIS
■prices Capitol >l»
| BALKRMKN «VANTKI>
Sfc START YOU i.V +Hfe CANDT
3 making bualneaa al hom». or amall
Broom anywhere. Everything fur
lit hlshed. Experience unnecessary.
!l tl«k, women. Earn sl* to lIOA
Swtakly. Rend self-addressed
Jatamped envelope for partlculara.
f Boa-Bon Candy Makera Co.. I'hila-
l'a.
k LOST AND KOL'NO
IdST—PATENT LEATHER l¥Xffb
b»#. Saturday. from auto. betvn-<»
Firat And Marion and Alkl. Name
an 4 add re** on paper. Much of
r'in cant* valued u» *lO* and
keeps*k»» Cannot be repla. ed.
Call Main 4MI or West 1043 M
„ l.ifr—»l reward. _
rwliX"Frohecute the i-auty
who i* detaining my Llewellyn
aetter d"K unload turned looac or
returned to I*M Alkt ave., Seattle.
. Harry filter.
CbtfT MALE AIRKDAI.fc I rf>«;
.black waddle; name Jeff; around
l*th and Pike. liberal reward.
I "hone E»*t Mi>. Pau*l.
sjlm~Veix r TEST cXjtYHWT
m watch, throw It away.
lO4 vnlotL
k Ft RNIHHKD HOI HES
, ituwyu 'modern H01..-E poft
rant. furnished. to reliable people
or.lv 1 ' ' t .
bar > «,UM;I . t ROOMS, M.EIP
Iny poreh. low rent, 402 20th.
HOC SK* mil KENT
i per month will make tou
. a horn* owner. KxAmlne my easy
*ptym«nt plan.
H C f'KTKI'.H, 7'?* Third AT*
jf-'ROOM HOI si: .vicoom i ot
. taae, 12*20 and 1920 Ulffhth ave.
3OM
« UNriRMMIIKD APARTMKNI »
AND HATS
Ktfii HI.ATTI.i: MODI Its
(•"our 2-room apartment*. t«4 a
month. or will let a part. 825
«'harle«ion *t.
I-KOOM APARTMENT. 03»
_ »o«ond _a»» N.
mKW. MODERN. T-tuSGSL »124~ K.
I - Madlgon
JM ILH.MSHHI) APARTMENTS
" AND KLATH
■KSLiE HOI O.K EI-.P1N.l lIIpOMS,
$4 we»k up; 2-room furnlahed
apartment*. IS up Ala*ka.n, up
•oalte Moor# Theatre. New irian-
|
Popular priced room*. closb
L; b^ n "" Th 'j
'» 1-1 lI.M.NHK.n Ar.XHTMKNTS
AND H.ATI I
maßli vttan ai'.Mitmknl's i t'll.'
nlahfd or unfurt>l*h*d 3. 3 and 4-
room; aioaui h.at. phone and bnlh;
modern in e**ry »*> I'ricoa very
r*«von*t>l*; | nilnti'e*' walk. lUl
llotl lllii> ttowall.
M lI'tirNKKKFI'INO RtHIMil
STIJoLI: HOI fill K>-: rtt»lk< I «ot»M«.
IS.&n p>-i week Ooa. Il«hl, linen
tie*. til Columbia.
31 I t KNlmTmi IIIU --I t«, I I'INU
| aaaili
SKS 71. ka n . fun WT» it t• i>
hoitaekeepln* roonia I* M *v»ry-
U'l''t l'yiriit»li»tl. *B7 Mmjaon.
Iti \V \ \TKD—BOA KOK.KS
«"M tl.l 'II l"N |io+tU>i:i> IN AfOfW
try to rn*. Klllott 109# Call ko
fore ii> «. m, or after I <* m.
< AiLntiKN To ftoAiiiv
3 to 10. Bothar'a car*. Kail
ir«! r
IT I'tTll.l WANTMI
i-.i .;i\m:iis, I'lano, m MMKIt
raiya Elliott 3*o
(It WANTKI>—MIM-KIJANKOVB
u w i riv rtMliKB n>ti "t'KI>AU
'polo* and Mlea What ha*« IrouT
Wrllr tl H King. Itoi 13. Mritur
ray. W««H
WANTfI" I .111 IIT WAtltlN oil
buray Muat b* In K«>od conditio^.
P It. Star.
wanTkiv « KinsT rl.XSi* oali
atovea and heatera. Klllott OS4&.
""
<9 IOU S \ IK—MI SI II I. X N KOI M
"SaSH"TT^I> n»'»<»ns'
tt ti wn.i.iAM.s ca
J»tJ rirat Ave. ft.
Look up your Mr»en need* la ad
vance Our mada-to-order window
*t-rrrn* laal longer and look bat
tar
A Seattle-made. aubxtantlal
•creen door, t feat I Inohea
by I feat I Inche*. with iral
vanl*e»t wlr*. for 13 00
RABII roil CHI«*KI N HOI'S] :s
It in. wide and 31 In. lilith. coat I" »t
i'i.atr oi.ass rott winusulKLPrt
31 in by I# in., pric* ..........ft It
10 Ml by 13 18., prl. a id 31
Our catalogue, ahowinc full Una of
building malarial, free on rv^ueat.
O. M. WILLIAMS CO.
E«iabli«t>ed III* _
aotomomilk owneTuT
Get your auto top* m*da Ilka naw.
Quick drying, wmtvr proof, no
crack. prva*rvatlve In and out 1
aarnv day At your own fraraga, or
anv*%here. l'hone North
A 1.1 >Klt WOOD" I'lNl'ST KUH klTW
placea and Uuy now and
aavv money. T*bon# Smith I'oat
t'o, KcnwvM>d JtSl. Alao clothn
„ tot ni Cwwi wta j
is ion i■*>fiti.i i.o.\D iti' v u
alaba. 7 fool long- Put for kind-
Itna and Quick range flra ttmlth
Pt»as Co , Kvnnoodi JMI.
SLkkf IN YOl'R OAJC HAVR
your auto (rat rut for bod. lit
up »imi>«on ». at rrrmnnt Bridge
«i;wiN«»M *i'H ink's. 3ooT> drop"
head*, lit op. Itepatrlng. rent
ing Main t>}« t!3t rtr*t av*.
Cm n't m\j \: - \t.k wi n.»kV.
Market. Stall Itt. Thuraday. Krt
v. % i'U.N.iS K' .ft ti! S V It *nV
applied «n purcha**. Meyer-
Toner. 11l I'nlon.
Dkv miiX VootC II it LoJklx~lrt
double loaiL linn.cdlat* deUverjr.
Oarfletd loi>.
"lOu CAHI* :ic i-lIiNTINO. Rftt
fvr aiaaipa Novelty I'nnl. Itll
Beventh.
I'o!: s.M.K lir. KMIItf-s* OAS
rtnra $4O. Uoo4 londttlon. Ka*t
soil. 1
CHiij/S (JOLII iikT> ANI' H Af
ire*#. |l5, 1117 Seventh W.. lower
flat
Tf Sam t\ ei*fi»ld citn t repair your
iirb. throw it away. S"t L'n . n
ClA>fllfV<i AND
rt*ns owi. iii7s in rn -tt tut
CII VS itoHßtlAi'kßfC I'iANO TL'N-
North 2&|L !
KAVA^AOII MAT*. »»*•* Tnt
12 F1 HMTI'HK FOR BALK
OIVNKI! I.KAMVS fV.H ► VST
$ room* h>Kh icrade furnltura. to
cei her or by piece. I -7"» Vlclrola.
like new. s(s larce l>ath-r daven
port, i leather r.«*kera to *>atrh.
$»« library table, d.oine aet. r i**.
waaher. etc Aiao $-fo"m bnn
ynlnw for aale. "1J N. Ilrd. I'bin
n-y car.
Fbft" IULK—SA"9V % IftoH BSE.
fprlntta. matlreaa. baby'a high
rhalr, amall Victor phonofraph
and tunie rrcorda Call nurninfK,
_ ll»l Jftth av e. «. |
io-lb. cotton-feliad n.attreaa. |i «$.
Rlake Kurn. Co.. m rike. M HH
39~ UVK HTIK K
ONE SGRHKU H6uh£ i TKAII.M
old; wr.alit 1.7i0 pounds. John
Crist, Nofth rark. tsl l>>l->n
m\ ». Sun*, '. 2- M
«i nm s.\i>-—\rTox<Hiii.wi
fiii roh lili Vord fouiiTSo.
with atarter, demountable rima.
tnxlrumenl board and apeedometer.
• peclal carburetor and radlua n.de.
• prinv ehrx-k abaorbera and rut
out. 2 extra tires and t>-at for !»• d.
Looka Just like new Flouirlit In
January II Nygard. Capitol ill*
roKii iiioAuri'ftß, is uobb cofT
dltlon. for aale. cheap A *.>'> d
buy at $?•>•. Inquire at atore in
l>uwaml»h. J Hrinlon.
ri'A.ajtKNUER HfRII'I'S I!'«/Tll »
cylinder. Al condition, to trade for
runabout. Rhone Capitol 0114.
$"•17 MA X WEL. L. WIU. UKUL
cheap Rainier Ot*S-J evenln^a.
•2 T\ a.\TKll—\l TOMOUIIJJH
A.VTBte— W/i N T KT> WANT BD
CSBO CARS
l»nr to aiipply our eprlnc ordera.
Ciaiini"iii waltinir and you may
have iuat what we need. Why
delay and lost money? Hlirheat
J>rlce* peld for late model i«ra.
ECUKITY MOTOR HALEH <X>.
7ZI K Pine St.
yrv HCNIJAV3 AND KVKNTWQS
WTlL'paT spot cash rou good
Fords and Uodcea.
tIAMIU, A KN'JDAIir,
1531 I • East 11$0-
MiUHICST CASII PRICE PAfD roR
flrood h«ht r»r«. M'lMDtcb
Auto Co.. filß f: T>lk»> pt, K»»t 2ISI
Si NACHINKIU
E L r. C T H I C MOTOR." DRILLS,
pumpi. W. Montellua Price r<v
or aale. Mnln tl» &2< l»t A
» MIR HAIJC—KKAI, tfeTATR !
4-ROOk «'OT*TAUV.. CoRNEII I.xT.
£,•'l*l2*. gar>(>; all lmi>rov«ment»
In and paid, very attraellve; fine ]
| garden; berrle*. tt.SOO; terma.
Take Madrona e«r to 2Sth av«„
hi.. Mock aputh Ufa 2(th avt.
'I l.\ Kli Vlfl-.EN ANNS ,
| Come to ua for Ihe be»t buy* th
Queen Anne hill property.
It. C. CULVEK
14 Po«ton ft. (jueen Anne 11.
i«r" owner i "RooiiH, vacant.
<lean; trnrage; very large lot;
choir.- berrle*. fruit; garden: n.ar
market. *chool 12.*'.0, terma 218
N 44th. N..rt»i 4J7.1
j" ItOOMH; iiirll.T-IN CI'FIIOAIUiH;
bi.'ttkfaat nook; large cloatt; bath.
11.500 Uk« Burlen car to 10th
ave l*r,2 llth ave. 8. W. Mldney
_o<3l T. rm*.
K'>l; sale off RWNT I-ROOM
hou*e; garage; go.Kl water; one
bl.H.k off pavern.nt- le»* lialr-mlle
to town. <1 H. Millar, ltlchmotid
I li. a- h, Waah.
"Bid HAitiiAiN."i;.o6 oown
Klce S-room hou*e; bath; toilet;
light*; ga*; paved atrei ti Price
12 fIOO. V. E. Olllnger, 152 Empire
Rldf,
VOR HOME Olt INVEHTMENT 1
W'antlng to leave < ity. Will *ell
t>|-'( e.jully for 7319 llth
N. E.
«-HO<lM OKI UK. IjOT 40*120; <lA
riig.*; 3 be.liooin* and hath on «ec
'Hii floor; go'.d location; remion-
I able 737 fnth N.
riltHT - cLAHH," MOI.CItN 4 - ROOM
bungalow; large lot; term* na
•onable. Hjr Ojvner. 520 2i*t ave.
ii.-xOfi IS 7 ROOM MOD
ern home, partly furnlxhed, for
11.590. Main 3234.
«M A 1.1. CofTA <; E $1,250; I;!-, '
down, 125 month. «04 American
laaH' Main 247»
TWO L'.T.-. AT Tll\'-KfcRAV 11..'
100x102 feet. Call 1116 E. Marion
*t. si,»oo.
JjALI.AKIV IMIROVIIIi A Nl) VA-I
cant. Muat *el| to cloae an entate.
Ea*t <44*.
4-ItOOM MOIIF.RfX ill SUALOW. 2107
Thorndyk.- eve.. |2S Call Ken
wod •'1:70
FORMAL); ItOpMH, WITH RATH. I
| furnlahed, |750, Capitol S97K. !
IS mil HAI.K— ItICM, INTATK
oHNi.it i i "»t Hal*
I'HINNKY lltlnlK SAi 1111- I' "W
I-room modern butiKiilow,
Urfumlahed with lnk.li K»a<le fur
niluii\ or toll! aall unfumlahed.
I<lll it• flreplaca; hullt-lti buffatj
full (Mhiun kltftfcen, J»«*t liawl*
namicd and enameled; full ©anient
now lawn and ahrub*
brry, drtvaway: lot 40*100; newly
painted on outaide. Kumlturw con*
• iota of SXTi Vlctrola. lurga I*»• IH
«r davenport, S lUAKMive (wthtf
rockera to match, large library
table and dining aet. beautiful
tun faat (Ir«p«rlM and curtalua.
rug*. acwiitr machine, b«4.
apring*. matt reap ami other l»«i
--room furniture. fltft whita enamel
ateal range* waahef. Thla la b«at
buy In fleattt*. $3,960; eaay lariitflt
Sun«l & 113. .
J-IUXIM RRSIDBNCB
•L«0»
We conalder Ihla an eicaptlonatl*
good buy. Situated on Ferdinand
at.. *hort dlatanc* w«*t of llalniof
tv*. (Columbia City) i room* on
flrat floor. I and bath on **e.'ttd;
lot 63*110 to alley; !10 bearing
fruit trooa. tblrk.n houaea
i-»n«)
Q KERN I.A K K
U.i«i
I mom mlttfii. en • lot ItilJO; a
number of fruit trooai altuated nn
Kirk land pl_ ahort diatam.-* fruin
U Green Lake way. ( —Ion)
WfcllT A WIIKKI.KB
"((•liability*
Second aad Marlon. Klllott Hi*.
FHINH i:¥~fi?iWd AU5w
▲ very fine bungalow of I ronmi
and attic, under ematructlon.
There ia conatderabla advantage la
buying thla now. ao you nmy fm
lah to *uit. The room" ara all
lit ran. and a moat epleudid ar
rangement; wonderful view of
Urtta Uke, Uuiveralty and Ca»-
cadea: adjoining park; cloaa to
car and achooL Ueeaonable Urma
Kveninga. North 4311
KOWIN KCKKKN
101« Third fcv# I ! »tt
AUK Till - I'AYIN'A ftKNT'
l/t UP ahow y.u thla s*room bun
galow, in vary go««d condition, and
practically rrfnrßl aldrwalka.
atreet and aewer Improvemanta In
and ail paid, located In tbe North
ri.inur) dlatrtot. A ItKAL |IAH>
(IAIN AT on teruta to ault
3 """ CI.IKrOKD LAND CO.
•17 Third At. Klllott M»L_
WunhlNtlMAS'H lIOMK
WHY CAY RKNTt
Nice 4-room cottar* with flrap 1*4%
full rr<<nt and lNick porrhaa; n.re
le%al lot; r «»d aotl. with fruit
trrea, atrawberrlea and ahrubbor?;
n«»ar car line, achoola and cburchaa
Trtca |t.SOu; $lOO caah. halanca
IIS month, including Interval.
170S Market «L Aunaot >ol>.
fit*AN I*l NAvTAN amkuicas liAV*
d. tak«n at full valua on I
>'«r old modern huncaloar. on <*s
127 corner lot. cluae In. I'rlca
li one
I al»<> l a*a I'mi' and *'•'"! bolld
in« lota. Cotna In aaa d»al wiih
or rail North 5»ll ovrnim*
JK.INKN. It;. War York lll.l* _
IHUHK. Vt ITII •>A It I >i N
I room h'«i»« and S-arro ■round. In
I eardnv flowar* and »ora» limb»r.
A dandy little hum. In Vfnt Ho-
I altlo. \Vat*r. light Irlrphona. A
Biro horn* dlatrlct ||f.# "-aah and
lit p»r month. « p»r <-» a» inUrtaL
II <• I f Tl ltM. ri< Third A>'
Only it.iou
. WBflT QITI'V ANS I: Oood. doubt*
caaatm«t«4 |*roan fcomi] full Mj
mant bnaamamt; view. I'.oo ruk
balance rent. Call 101 Hrah»'«r<
Hid*, wr phono North I 0&3 avm-
I i**«.
A B.U.HKP
OCR "RECENT BANK CKUtIR L.l-:lt
with tl r*Mla Mint Mfl rnjr
T-room. mod«rn hou*#; *«r»<n»;
Iftnn4ry truy*. fruit; b»-rr»r»; irt»*
m«*o>nt-\y. 11.700; 1400 cui), |3i
lkilMt t##T.
I Kl< 'K $ ■ Rot >M huH3a!7>V:
flreplaea; ki« U.«: mra» berri-s
and fruit Il.tM: $?"•« down, $7O
per n».nt!k. Hunol 1007.
;; It A.MKIh—Se«*I._IBVTATB
HAVE i i ; ftToMEll W \NTINii I'lm*
I to IS arrea unproved with stock,
toola and furftllitrtt We have an
expert on farm Itnds and arreac-
Give b in your liaUng fur quick ac
tion.
' MERRITT REAt.TT CO.
711 New Vork Blk.
71 roK fcx< IIANUfc—KKAL
■ST An
rnMU <<o¥*A-<i¥ AjTtJ-XSf «6i
lit for aale or trade. Hit Green
wood ave.. one block from Wood
land park entrance.
iiol.y M \SS\.IE Mil iIMKI MA
tlaht. neuritis, ate. llraca Il!(
ntahih ava,. r<wm It*. Open Sun
days
1* VCHKALK
Yoi'R OPPO RTI7N I*TY
A hn«i» and 'nmttuu land clearing
outfit: North Trunk Highway; J
a'-res good land, half dear*#i n»r*
3-room bungalow with ftrtpiare.
larg* barn, milk hnynr with oOn
ri4tr- floor; a Pordaoa Uftrtof,
Ford truck. blocks. rablen, br**ak
in* plow. »rr»p«r». »t' . fcOiH la
nicely furnished; lota of contracts
to be had In thin fast-growing
trtrt. Met romp let*. about
half « ash fail Mr. l»*vlt<*.
C. T. Bt,*TKn >
1012 Third Av#- Main 7M*.
A wnftn rftui-iifiTiiiN ~
32 arr*N good soil. ft atrM « l«nr*d,
S-rootn h'tux" furn:«l>*-d. ic «1
barn, 14x32 f«»t; and
poultry bouee; all kind* of fruit*
• atandtng timber enough on thia
property In cut 14.<*09 corda of
wood, and you «*an g*t $S per cord
loaded on th* ear 4 mile to Hide*
track. Kv»-ry thing goes for |2 %<#•
with $1 Ov*r JT.OOu in
Wood. 8e« Mr. Itoland.
C. T. VUTER
1012 Third Ave Main 7>Bt,
lOACIIKH
ftMALL HHA«*K
|Th!» la the verv b' at ald*r land;
p«rf#»etly level; on a<>o«l county
road; plenty *«»od ALDKH TIM
JJKH, aorne fine fir and redar; to*
jßtcd < l<»a* to railroad atatlon;
good n«i|fhb«>ra. Only H&O, on
your own t*rma.
TIIK W K MOK*trc ro
I>' i\ry 1' 1I if Kll •'»! t 4f. T.
CHBRRT VALLRT BPRCIAL,
10 acre* rich, level I«n4, thiit will
grow anything; fine uprlnjr; «<*od
n»-)k'iibor«. sjoo, i*o cuah, flO per
, month.
SKKLT A CALLAHAN
204 Hlnkley I'>l<Jk , 71? Second Ave.
Mam 4 & 14.
>. A'~'HhM
Facing on North Trunk rond. I
mile* north of H#attle, only one
half mil*- from Height*,
for SI 300. 1 win Itlve you 20
year* to pey for the land. This
la th<- work (tig; man'a chance.
Auk f«»r < . W. Nlcoutln
IM K*aboard Kldg.
t V4-ACJIK fIAJtOAIN
• 575 15 All Y TKKMH
On Alderwood Manor road, which 1a
to he pHvi-d; m-ar Seattle Height*
and tnt'Miirhfui; eaally vieartd,
Kood land, end fine water.
11. A
41* Hallway Rxchange
(jnnit Location I •»i : KT« »|<|<; \\ |>
une atatlon. on main r<«ud. n»-ar
Brattle; 6 acres of rood noil; part
k alaahed, hulanc« alder; new 2-ro<>rn
hoiiae; garden In pflce, Includ
ing g*e drtiK-iaw, I 1.7&0; 9590
« a*h.
I «' 11 \l'r 1: 1,1"•! r . f'rary I'.ldsr.
. \< KI!H
COVKKED WITII I I.VK TIMBBR
«IKT UKADV roil WINTKIt
Thia land lira perfectly levfl; * l<>«e
to a good lake. Kor a Wood prop
ortion you can't heat It. flood
H'ill too. Only it) minute* from
Seattle. 1750. on your own terma.
THK W K. NORSK CO.
4U Ltify Hldff.
ii\ Ai'Kkh At "i/JA, 6S«'Ai
laland; partly cleafadj partly
fenced; near ichool: good waterj
plenty wood; fine *ol). Ideal farm
for nma 11 fruit* and vegetable*.
Price reamonahlr. fall on or write
Mrn. .1 M Reed, f>*catur, Wa«h
10 ACHKS; OOOD SOU, 3 ACUKS
cleared: 49 bearing fruit trefea; I
acre *t raw berrlra; arnall hou*e.
By owner, 1L ttwanaon, Olalla, V\ n.,
TII F, SEATTLE ST AH
7» ACKKAim
?o Ai'iiKu
BOL'Nti Vl|:\V KANI'II
Nl All KMIiONIxi Ml-:Aril
Highly Itnpioved; facing mnln high
*»>; vaty *nod noil; about half
llHrMl] S-room tiouae, litr g>■ l»ni 11,
< hlcl>en hou*e, KHiKKr; *rl I ;
eprlng ynitnc oroa*i-a, Urge g*r
dfii very fine • trawbarrle*, «l»o
LOO ANHKIIIOKf"; J.-rnry row,
lioiinr, ln>r»"' chicken* nil dim
Inula; half Kill* to llfcAi'll. atnre*.
•rhool. and au*rler mile to TA
<"i)M\ IIHIHT.tNK roal A vrfy
dr*lrable location, *nn only 4 mil'-*
*.>ulh of lira Molnria 14.7 3 ft; H.&Ut
ca»h, balance to *ull puroHwer,
THW W K MO IIS K CO
«t« l.rttry llldg Ktlloll 4«!lt
Mt'MT lIK m»u>. THIN riNr ACIIM
blark toll Juat outalde «Uy: «-
room pla*tercd tlouaa, Bain, ftra
frutt« all kind*, l»»rn, thick
hi hoviiA. h<»rn«, biitffy,
CnW I'hlihftia. Ino 1« nil r<> A l for
IS.&60; trnma lt.ooo <*tuih; t>*l*n<«
ow*\f:n in ikmhpital: Miirr pr
tlila fin* I acre* 10 mile*
from Seattle; runnini wal<T
hou**, all femed; owner paid 9900
tnri won't rafuae any raaaunabla
° *MKHHITT RKAI.TT CO.
711 New York nih
OWNK.It UOINtI BOOTH
Ml'IT WCI.L
I am ntn#r of SO acre* i loaa tn Hiin
nydalc; 16 cleared and under on I -
tlvatlon; « arraa paatur*; **ml
modarn t-room houar; privafa
watrr ayalrm; fin« hearing or
chard; lota of arnall fruit: land all
f~nc*d THW BMT RKttHY (.AND
to h« found; faring on main atata
road, within i n minute* of city.
Calm to old »(«. ain going South,
and willlnir to gt*a *ome ona a
jond Invcetment, with only a
■ wall amount r U h, and halanc* on
four own tlrna. Addrana ownar,
II l.e*ry llld« Wlllatt 4«*V
st-i ACRKS nt'wrnNH WATKU
IMIttftVKU—Hot'HM
Different varlatlaa of fruit tr««i
email fruit* of different kind*; 1
room hotiaa In rood condition;
•tream throimh r*nt*r of place;
mouth wood rut and rlrkrd to
I**l *everal month*; good loca
tion and 801 l l*flce ti ITU; term*
llto c**h, balance |U a monih
ilr fara to hualnaaa dlalrlrt
Rurk* A Farrar. Inc.. 101 New
V»rk Itlock. _____
ooino Pon.TRT ranti*
rrur KQtH'PKD AND fTCX Kr.n
With 710 laylnff hen*. 4to chlcka,
J■ rmry row end heifer; 10 acr«a
food lend: * cleared, balance «ur
aced; l-r«mm houee, barn, brooder
houae lt»'0 chlrkcn hou*e 20*10.
tar«i|e. 10 fruit tree#. all kind*
b«rr|ea: water piped from aprlng
Into all bonding*. complete act
■mall farm toola; rrade and blah
e.-hoot I,', ten, lerma to autt
Addrc** Owner, 4I« Pl.||.
1 ACRK Ou.f HOI'SB
cuiHE IN -11.000
Well built houae nicely arranged
with acreened-tn *lccplng t»or>b:
It bear.OK fruit Ucea. berriea.
larire garden. aplendld water,
good location, eome atanding
green tree# Handy for anyone
working downtown. Qor>d eervlca.
Kaay monthly lerma to reliable
party rtee Mr. Wiawrll, tul He«-
board Hldg ____ ___
11*1 ACRR# IN
Particularly food buy for man
employed downtown; aplendld
tract of alder bottom land juat
•«uth of Miy limita; eprma. run
nina water, paaej road (a town
Wlft eell on very ea»y t*rma Mr
Meinnea. lot Mutual Lifa Bldg
Klllotl J2lO. ___
I At'RRS
Oood farm land, rr»e|{
eaey ilearlna, near to
■•"hool and Xent; fuel
woud. I 7&0; l>o caaU.
c ft Miuti.r.
Ml Wit> If* Blfc.
filO IIA it*IAIN M lit vol)
10 a< rea: SS acrea boil.,«n " land.
creek; amall building*. 10 mile*
to Dolhell. I'rtce IV *00; |1 foo
ca*b Immediate poaaeaelon. Will
auhdlvlde nicela.
P R. Olllnaef )}| Pmplre ptdg
i aHl> Srl w i-ltrK)\i Mt)|>.
p.HN hoikl; m>ii. ix <2tM>noAß
liKN UANIi; ONLT t» H INL'TKM'
111 t.H I'lllCU liliO. KAfV
TRRMA
JOB WINSIIIP. 1010 TRIRD AVP.
I ACIIK; tll<iOM : HfNOAi/>W;
farden; garage: rloae la Xeaillo
I ere la your chance for a BirV-up
Terma to aull you. til Yala Hldg ,
Third and I n' n
11 AC*Kn HKI'OND aiiowTH";
very produ< live aoll- sear Reolop
cavemenl |756. on t»rm».
H C. I'KTKRH. TIC Third Ava.
M FAIIM I.AMW
A INK 4s~A* ISK llt M • SKAK
Ml. Vernon ai>4 lmpro»f<l l»rml
Thli la * bargain for 11.400. ittiM
I am Klid to ah'.* Ihla kind o(
land Information,
II t- I ! , I-)-.- .« ThlH A»«.
m OWN Kit %n A <*ll KM I MATH.I.A
r»«»r»atl.n. tucf ll«al undrr
prli'rd. North 4171.
U »UH kAIJC-UATKItniUNT
I'ltni'KßTV
63 pi'okt bchjMv-a lmo*rr « s
with pratty baarh fri»nta»*.
•stitif *at»r, larca m«plf, native
ahrublxT)' along ahora. ld»al
•ummar or all *»tr hom»alt».
I'rlca MIS; ti>rma 1111 rn»h, bal
anr» »lthln t yaar. I>lra«'l *»-
attla arrrlra, low rar«-a. Cliarlca
Honiara Co.. Alaaka Hid*.
It HTfKK.H \St> ftOM>&
OFKKFtKI*
SOOOO M. City of Wif«*w s'i $ I# !)•
WOO Idaho Gold * H«»»y .... 20
l#l>o Aluakn I'rt. it Coal .01
100 Sound JtuhlMT I ##
tr.O victory Kubbar .15
225 llnawill MlnlnK Hprrlal
lion IMcon Coal Minea .10
I. I. 8 l.'nit«-d Kln*iir* S7l.'>o
t#i>o linker St-am Motor .04
10 Kliik Alrahlp Hparlal
160 llurk T*'« Itrfltilng .... I H
iOO \Va«h. fhala Oil 1.00
1000 Tro)an Oil. Cal 0«
4000 Wyoming* Pacific Oil ... 01
Want«d—Liberty l)oncl« all laattra.
c. J srkKvur.
ll* Chorry St Main &•»#
Iluy Malm Cold A Uuby, Haati
Hhalr Oil A Produrta
\si; wii.i. si:i.i.. sl iur.cf:
100 Ilo.wrll Minln* |JIO
100 llurk TV* lift* I To
too Wichita Royalty 1 00
lOOU# lint* Ttx. Trod Special
(Paying «*» monthly dividend*)
PACIFIC MBCUBITIKP CO.
Klllott Him Sit B«< urltlaa Hid*
U Bl NINKM (M'fORTDNITIKS
AN OPI-oRTI N'itv Krtft MI'.'HAN-
Ic to K'l Into hiiKlneim for him
»p|f. fi»l< »nt»rr»» in icarairr. KM
ollna mid oil HiAtion. A u<>tnic
concern, in n<«>d locality. Would
•«IL nil to right party. Hie u» for
nrlcp ami term*
NOItTIIKRN FAVTNOfI A I>OAN
ASSOCIATION
1«10 Tlilri Ave Main S<24;_
Dl Ml' thi;< k iii:kisi»
NOW 1H rof'lt orroltTUNlTT
WK WII.I.UIVK YOU A GOOD JOB
I'AYINU *r> I'ER DAY WOKKIMI
ON <lO<)D ROADH. THIH IH AN
KX<'KI'tToNAL f'HAN<"K TO fl l\T
Stabtkd kI'JHT away kou
YontHfcl.r. «•••■ Mr. Hmlth, 1109
I>l n•' St., cornrr of Uorrti.
HMAI.I. lIRcV'IOHY HNAP
Thl« In n Kooil pl«ci» nn<l th« prlca
»7r.0, In b«>low It* rnil valur f.nW
rini: one HvlnK room. Look thin
I up if you want a *ond muall rh»-
| ,< , y Hf* Ml NT. 4L' 2 I•. r» • !tl<l K . |
IWANTKI» I'AItTNJJU IN MANU
KA' Tt 'lll N« J. m \STNttHH WIM,
HTANT» I N'VKfT!' lATH'N. fjr><>l>
BALA l( Y TO TUN Itl'lllT MAN.
A I»f »HKSH I STA It. I
J'M'Tl.'lllo TiIKATItK
Her* (• th" b«*nt on the markM. J
1300 will Hturt you, but you will
bavf ii• hurry. See IIAI'IIHOOK, I
412 IturU" j
ir Y<W WANT A lIXItOAIN ,
1R riionm, nicely furnl*lif»<l; down
i town: hlwhv* full; canh or t*rma.
21.1 Ynlc Itwf . Tlilrd anrt T'nlon.
f ItOOMN KlfßNlfL'ilK. OOOD KOR
rooming houfte of r« Hi«l»*n« r Nloo
location. Sri 1 chf*np. leaving city.
II « 11111 V •
i 4 rniiNisifKn iioithickiokpino
room*. $975; $2OO caali, $lO werk-
I. Kill#.ft (r/M.
I IIAVK A KlNfc HF.Ht AI'R A\ ; f.
»3,f.00. Mr. u«hlln*. 212 Hofe
liMff Ann< x
H i ii I i.mvi.i: i IK 10 T'l. \« 'i:
Market for »ale, <h««*p. If tuk-n
Hf onrft, |
llr.no okockhv on wtm. m- !
volco. Uuhllng, 703 2d am. Km. 211. |
Hubby Bootlegger;
She Wants Divorce
ft«ll« Uracil fllad ault for dlvorca
Wcdnaaday frotn \V llllnm Uracil,
nhuiKlng htm Willi tiring a bootlag
, gar. Hh* aoruara him of haatlng liar
nnd milking Ufa unbanrnMn.
Mr*. Ilniu'h aaka for the cuntody Of
ttwlr Phltdren. and thnt Haarh ha or
dari'.l to pay a raaixiiiabla amoiiut for
thalr aupporl.
I lit MINKNN omiHTI'NITIRH
(JKM INK It A 111 1A IN M< M il'.lt N
» lux>m iiochi:
In fine condition: corner lot <0*110;
eirellrnt location and neighbor
hood; good view paved (traet. all
****** amenta paid la full, one
bluek frttm two car llnea; good
for rualdanea or rooming houa*;
cl«ar of Incumhranra, price for
Immediate sale (6,000; fflft ra*n.
bnlanea monthly payment* ta
• nit. J, li. llairigau, <0» Italler
fit*
UAIII'KNTKIUt, CONi lIKTH MKN,
MOKKItk I'AJNTEJfut
LABOHKIIA
Feattl* eo operative company that
haa Iteea e*tabllah*d 4 year* need*
additional men. dua to lnrr*a*ed
volume at bufih***. \Vage* i*nge
from |b to tt.IV per day. plu*
littnu* on **eh job and dlvidenda.
?- rll* 11 Invratmant of fr<tin 11 uO to
1500 required. Mr. I'arker, ttlt
Third a>*.
■lUt fITORB
HALK »10»
Hour* are 100 long fur preeent own
er. and *h* woiild Ilk* to meat a
lady who iraa take an equal half
Interaat In the buala***. No pr*-
Tloua atparlenca required If l"JO
can meat tha public and ara relia
ble. Tour *har* of pruflta will b*
• U.O a month now, and the bu*l
nt-n I* enjoying •taady growth.
Mr Parker. I0!< Third aea.
08 I'KMUIKIAL
llf A!, *!001l HIIAMPOO WWII
pure llocaabelll < aalile aoap. 1'
Fare rnanauge with choice of four
kind* of rlectrirlty. IOr„
Manicuring, |l(; Mttrrl waving. lie.
3ft complete booth*. Uudtis c«tulp-
Vhh hcti.fr urneioL or
IIAIRt>RMMINO
4th Ploor Taft 1114. 1107 rt"ond A*.
Phone f'-r appointment. Klllott •110
Et'ii.i- i firA wot i.n vov I'Ahr.
to l-mrrn about new. rational tr«at
mml f«»r timiMMilate rtlief of *pl
pa»lttv*tf atonpin* «eituF*a
from firnt day'* m»T Ihfoimtlloii
fr<**. iipm'iiliit, I>rawer U-192.
Undtr. Wyo
HQAP I*AKH HATIIK. MISKfuT.
plain, oil rube Eighth and Pine.
Main ItM-R. Room 107.
|46aP I.AK K ItATIIK MAHKAtifc
I«*d jr attendanta 414 Globe Hid* .
- *
M~AH*A<H-. ItA'fltx IJCW AfrftM)-
int* >l5 leeiftc Rldg
. M ■> \\ n. I'uriel
IK?.
M\ PBTMIOI/KilW
Mme l| noted \ocational
r ' \-rV eipert. merit* onetcelled
n .Wjl Problem*
I «ry f* \ *olved Private analyal*
I 1 / J of head, face and hand
A. / r ?it Haight nid*. m mi
lOt KKM, KJ4T \ TP. IX) \ \7~
Money for farm and raaae loank
RoTllß PARM MT'l. COw 1021 Iri
itl W ANTirTV-TO BORROW
,WASV'Kf> ii foo ijs\S; I»%7rlßS*
n'origatre. l-room new bungalow,
good location. IMi Ktar.
IM ijcau. NOTICKS
To WHOM IT M\> CONCERN
Tlila la t.. cert.fjr that Mr* Aarll «
M N'avone haa made an applica
tion to build three iraragea at 111 l
llrd ave K. lu| I. block It. Cap
llol 1111 IVo I Addition.
Anyone dealring to proteat *tieh oc
capancy mill flla *u»h prvteat at
the office of the Ihilldtng T>epa»t
ment. Room lot County-City lllti.
pro.r to Augtiat 2. I>2L
H M tIX If KIP WANT Kit
WANTED
I'Uatarena, Utben, Brick
lay era. Otam work era. Interior
Doooratora and other bulldlnc
trad* median lea.
I«7 !0» KTO.V BI.TVI,
Open T A. M. to I P. M.
and Huodayl
l» FOB BAIJC—MINCKt I.tVPOTS
LUMP COAL—Delivered
In 2 Lots $9. 50 Ton
QUEEN ANNS 42»1
i
>ll MIR HA I-K—AI TOMOBII.EJt
SALESMAN WANTED
Central Aj?t?ncy, Inc.
Authf»riKe.l Kurd l»ealera
Uroadway and I'lke tIL
l'uet 0320.
7* ACRK\(iK
A DIVIDEND PAYER
YV> a JO-arrr furm for
that I* now nrttttiir tcoo p*r
month oh rhi' kt im tlono. 4-
rooifi h»»un«*. modern
for 3.000 chirk#ok. barn
ftntj othef oulbulMlntii;
well* with ftnuoltn* pump And
t*nk; wiler piped t<» rhlcken
h<>n*e and rMldenci. Thl* place
will etand th«' cloaect Inveatl
icatlon 11,000 < ash wtll liandlo,
or will consider trad**. Lo
c»t«) on** mll« from dock in
Klt#»ap county.
SOHTHW'KSTr.UN I.AND A INV.
COMPANY
iOl Hid.. 3rd and Marlon.
Phone Klllott aitO.
S i i ii ■ ii nt
«l FOR NAI.K—UTOMOBII.KH
CLOSING OUT
SALE!
Oakland Touring.. $650.00
Briscoe Touring... 450.00
Oakland Roadster. 650.00
Olds Sedan.. v .... 1190.00
New Ford Touring 550.00
Oakland Coupe.... 1200.00
Oakland Sedan.... 1600.00
Overhauled and Guaranteed.
Easy Terms.
E -■* : - 1 -
AUSTIN-MOSELEY COMPANY
East 0614 12th and E. Pike
OAKLAND AGENCY
GIRLS, IS IT TO BE
EASY KISSING OR IS
IT TO BE STRUGGLE?
II I U UU VlllVVUkbl
NKW TORK. July 10—oirld
between Now Vork And Han Kran
elaro had batlar look out. Hush
and Malromb Handyman. two
llrltlahera, who hava foranken th*
old country, ara on thalr way hlk-
In* It oat to th* Parlflc rnant In
lant on watching th* antlm of
a "tltlMl" poat, who haa bat tham
that ha will ktaa 1,000 damorla an
routa or pay a forfait of It,*oo.
Ilia nama la wlthhald. Tha mod
am Juan and hla aaoort
P«aa»d Tonkara today.
Armnllni to tha tarma of tha
bat, the trto may uaa any mod* of
traval airapt tralna, provided
pay no monay for tranapor
tation.
Bad Check Artist
Bunks Groceryman
A had check artlat who majwgad
to extend hla credit with two Bmt
tie grorara Tunaday la being aoarohed
for by pollon. Th* man flrat Tlctlm
lied K. Hlraga, 901 Tmiler way. and
walked from tha *tora with grtx-erle*
and naah vaiued at lit. K rhix-k
! given In payment to lllrac* waa da
.-Jarad bogua.
J. I ml. who rnna a grocery at lot*
R Madlaon et_ wag tha nert vicUm.
Tha man eaxhed a rhark on Dal for
groorrtaa amounting to ft tl.
Mlna Onll Wllaon of Chloajro,
Chnrln Wmmhrka of Ht Paul and G.
V. Holland of ixsm Ang»lea were re
elected and A. O. Frtabla, of Preano,
C«J.. waa eleeted to the board of tma
i»i of the Amerlnw aectlon of the
Theoanphlral aorlety, which cloned
ltd tlth annual convention her* Tkiea
dujr.
Alleging that It underbid the Cali
fornia concern by I: too. the Ptiget
Hound Machinery IJepot filed an ap
plication for a temporary order re
airalning T. K. Hka«K*. director of
the atnte department of bnalneag oon
trul. from awarding a contract to
C. C. Moore A On, of Ban Francisco,
for a new boiler at the Mate hoapltal
for the Inaana. The hearing will be
held Haturda?.
S
TK« Seattle Star
DMECIOCT
!»■ '
Attorney aabl jiw
IT?: ItAl.l. fCtUbliahed liITTITI
Jaaea; loud' rate fe.-a; conaultatloß
raa. Malb 7101. 110 liurke llldg.
Ot Hecond.
Patent Attoraejra
TT OOHTN—PAV
eat Attorney. American and "or»
tlgn pa'enta aecured, developed
and promoted. Mt-l-7 Cantral
Blag. Seaitte. Wa»a.. and 101 »
at. N. W.. Waahiogtoa. 1). G>
Ron* Main IH
S. U ItKf"NolJ>K M B.: h U BttV
NOUKH. Katabliahed Keallla, 1112;
I year* examiner U. i. Patent Of
flce «<■ :• « I.yon Hid Klllnlt 1071
snw JOHN W MAITPIN—TrR and
foreign aateaia and trade marh*
107 Hinckley jtldg. Main 1721.
fivnui laftMsAiiin 17X0. i«r
--14 Hot* nid I'ateata. TradMnarka
Certified robilr Aeronntaota
r~il ItAWRBIi A CO, Leary BI4«
(tiiroDrartor
6ft- A ■ fuKfica. CHIropAJU?-
lor, 110-11 llalgbl Hid. td-Plna
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f iwamrttoi. <f|ub.
uatea of palmer acbooL Daaap
Hldg Main 7?Tf.
o*7 Tbird ava.
Itanrinc IW|M
M t V PlTCN—LateeTdancea Baat til.
(txperl Bwylt Repain
MQTOfea, WIAINO.
P J. Ulvnan Kleclrlc Co, 111 Plrat
H. Klllott l"ll.
Moan ta Laaa
Oa dlaaionde and Jewelry, aa moat
■atlatacU'ry lerma.
ISS-lil Kmplre Rulldln(
1 Second. Near Madiaon.
MONBT TO IjOAN— ANY
AMOt T NT ON I»IAMONPS. watcbaa
and Jewelry; loweat ratoa.
Bealtle'a Oldeat I nan llrokera
AMERICAN JSWKI.nr CO.
HI fecood Ave. Katabliahed lilt.
i.oXsii on AtnroMonii.Ks
Ton keep your car. R. K. Sargent,
60* flcnlral Hldg. Klllott tul
Mobumenta
prOFf - 4 dRAfr-
Ite Co.. lat and Virginia. Katak
latiiHi,
itptklan and Opt<nne(rUt
I. W. Edmund a, Kraear-Palerenn Ok
, i i. an * " ■ ii i ■ ii
Pliyoiciaia, Kurgcona
itilKl'M STISM, M 1 VTICA, I.I'MRA -
go. Our treatment give* Immediate
relief. One week'* trial treatment.
Open evenlnga. Refereniea. lira.
freer and Itraden. tor. H 3rd ave.
Piano Tuning
.1 Strom, tuning. It Hi p Ell, br.2o.
Itmor lllmw* shanwtmq
fpanyenberg Cutlery. 1407 4th are.
Hitnlprmcllr
I>t Welfare, chronic dlaorder* »nm
| en. N-) operatlona. 207 Kpler llldg
| Violin Itapalrlng __ _
Row* rehalred. Klnlay, I 61& Ird a*.
61 MHt MAI.K—AITOMOBII.KS
Hey, Shut-Ins!
Please Hurry
in Your Names
Hhut In* (you who are confined by |
llln«wn) your trnriaportatlnn to "The
Wayfarer" next Wcdfietduy night la
biting prttiW,
Hurry and aend In your nnmw to'
l)r Loopa, whose telephone numbt
Ifl Capital 22(7. He I* king shut Hi
and director genera) of the affair.
Volunteer* with automobile* have ,
com* forward to take rare of about i
*1 of yon. llr Loopt lia* now heard
from 41 shutlua and 17 of the»e
need attendants, bringing ths nurn
, bfr U> ba provided for to ft.
Mora of you coma on, you with
autos call The BUr and uh for tha
Hhut to editor. Hhut Ins call Dr.
Loops.
The following have volunteered
their i-art'
J. h. Vaugfcn, Oenrge n. "rtotnp
aon, Haxen J. Tltua (will pay for
I flva cara>, Shirley T. Young, L. (i
Hurna, Haaalle Arnold. Oscar Chrla
jtUinxen. A. D. Winaor, Kwtelle
I Rrlght, M. J. Robinson, K F. Wood
man, Hobert I<ee Ha under*, G. J
Whit* Mra. M. Tettelbnum, C. U
Bidggtock and Mra. P. A. TrallL
e • *
Go on Col? Huh! Not
for This Shut-in
BY WANDA VON KKTTI-Kn
Mr*. IH-Ila I'rrh pecked over the
top of har spectacle* and amlled
cheerfully an I m(i>r»i| her room
Tuesday afternoon, to find her
propped op In bed beside a window
n»at banked with flower*.
Mr*. Urch la another little lady
who la railed a "shuMn." She la
Ju*t another of the throne who will
rrnik* up th* "Wayfarer" party
which l« being conducted under the
ati"plce* of The Star and Dr. Frank
It. I»ope, of tha Sunshine OulldL for
Invalid* of Seattle. She la decidedly
huppy over tha pro*pert of viewing
tha Passion flay, and declares thnt
nh« la quite atrong enough to alt
up In a oar. and will not need a
col
"Well leers tha eot." aha says,
"for somebody who really needs to
He down."
Mr*. Urrh. however, hits bwn
practically bed ridden for ten yearn,
having auffered from a peculiar con
dition of lead poisoning.
But ahe'a cheerful. very cheerful.
"I don't believe In Imomlng
morose." aha way* nlneerely. "It
only frighten* away our friend* and
w* need frlanda too much to km
ihem."
Then ahe allow* her conversation
to drift away from herself and talk*
about tha patience and heroic ef
fort* of other*. She particularly ad
mlras the older member* of the Sttn
»hlne flu lid who find their way
about with the help of crutchea and
who do not loae heart because of
the weaknena that cornea with year*.
Mr* I'rch. fierself, la not an old
lady. She 1* one of the middle-aged
ahut-lna. who read* a lot. knit* a
lot, and write* a lot. She haa kept
a diary for the past nine year*
There are day* when the pain* of
her body are hard to bear, but Mr*.
Urch does not complain.
"The moot miserable «me hi
my Ufa," *he Inalxta, "waa the
dsy my two boy* went te war.
Bat mow thai they're barii." aba
ad* cheerfully. "e> m j Uilng'a
all right again."
Four Men Held for
Robbery in Hotel
Four men. arrested Tuesday after
noon by l»eti»etlre M J. nleary In a
room at the Grand Central hotel, 214
First are. 8., are believed to be re
sponsible fr>r many room burglarlea
In recent months.
The men (Nre their names as Joe
Ijang, Oeorge Crawford, Frank
Knemline and Harry La Roy. They
were arrested after a complaint by
John Anderson, a roomer at the ho
tel.
He waa robbed of a Victory medal
and discharge papers after he had
been drugged. Many articles of stol
en clothes and miscellaneous jewelry
are alleged to liava been found.
A complete set of paxa keys and
burglar tools are alleged to have
been in their possession. They will
be tried in superior court.
Gum must go,
SAY CITY DADS
In line with the new efficiency
program, city officials today were
inaugurating a campaign to scrape
all gum from the under-surfaces of
chairs In the city hall.
"Valuable time of workers Is thrown
away trying to find unoccupied
spaces In which to park their chew
ing gum." leading officials declared.
Thief Helps Himself
With Family Nearby
A holt) bad burglar entered H. G.
Taylor's home at 1722 Dibble ave. In
broad daylight Tuesday afternoon,
calmly searched the house while the
family was In another room and
walked out again with Taylor's purse
containing $77.90 In currency. Po
lice are looking for him.
O|H, LOOKIT!
SEE THE LOOT!
Shav<*tslU form to the right.
Count off! •
The flrsV second lieutenant to
sport the Bnm Browne belt, under
the new army regulations, whs seen
onc-twolng down Second avc. Wed
nesday with his chest stuck out like
a buck private's who has Just re
ceived Ills corporal chevrons.
He Camouflages His
Auto License Plate?
He painted his old license plate
gray, It Is alleged, and now he's In
the Jnll hnu.se. Henry Winters, 58,
nn engineer, 1228 20th ave. N.. de
elded that paying out good money
for a license was unnecessary. He
covered the old one with gray paint,
so police say, and now he's sinking
his swan song as he prepare* to fare
Police Judge William Gordon Thurs
day. Winters is out on |2R ball.
[N SHORT, HE
L CRAVED 2-BITS
"Gimme three street car tokens,"
said a bewhlskered stranger Wednes
day, thrusting a SO ruble note at
Charles Chambers, cashier at the
niuny railway department. Cham
bers sniffed at the Russian pfennig
and demanded the fourth part of an
t Irou smacker fur the silver token*.
GIRL, 8, COMES TO
YOSEMITE VALLEY
BY AIRPLANE WAY
YORKMITK, Cal., July 20—
Vleglnla Vamey, I, arrived at the
lodge today by airplane, the flrat
child ever to fly 1010 Yoaemlte
valley.
When Chief Ttanger Townaley
h<lp<*d Virginia from the cockpit
ah* carefully held her eawduat
oat "I'uaxy" In her hand declar
ing he waa her maa'-ot.
Virginia came with her mother
In a biplane piloted by Andy An
drewa of Ran Kranetsro. Her
father, Walter T. Varney, of Kan
Krancleoo, arrived In a second
plane ao that the entire family
reached here In two faoura and 20
mlnutea.
Twists Lizzie's
Tail Until She
Backs in Wrath
BY 8. B. GRAFF
"Rome day. Robert, you're going t»
forg-t to put the atmring wheel back
on that auto. Vou limply don't know
ANTthlng about mechanics!" That'*
what Mra Robert H. Bcbeibl* told
her huaburid Tuesday morning.
And Robert went right ahead and
put the gear* In backward! "Llale"
repoaed In the buck yard of tha
Hchelbla home at (S2l 20th ave. ft.
Schelble gave "Llrzle'a" tall a twist
and climbed In. He put her In low.
"Hang!" aald IJzzle.
The Ford careened wllilly to gt&r
board, exhaust pouring amoka.
"Crash!" went the gurage door.
"D r aald Schelble.
"Whoop* 1 shouted Unit, plowing
thru the rear of tha garaga. Boards
flew right and left aa the warlike
Ford took the warpath. For a few
moment# the attnoaphere waa
am eared with Ismber, monkey
wrenches, grease cupa and ball bear
ing*.
BchefWe emerged from tha wreck
age nuralng a btulah looking lump on
hi* noae, "I» the battle over?" he
Inquired. Schelble blamed It on tbe
Ford, while bla wife aay* that aa a
mechanic Schelble make* a rattling
good policeman. Schelble now offer*
the car for aaK price tit.
Congestion at Many
Beach It Eliminated
To eliminate congestion an tha
boulevard at Madrona bathing beach,
entrance and exltway* have b"ao
built onto tha lower beach at tha
southern and of the beach. tha park
board annaunoad Wednesday. Mora
than 400 automobflea can be parked
in th* restricted area, according to
R. E. Chapman, superintendent at
parka.
WOMAN routs
vv NIGHT INTRUDER
GrcOlni Into the mayor's private
office hurt Tuesday night, m myater*
ious Intruder wan captured bjr MiM
Mary McWUUama, stenographer,
after a desperate chMe early Wait*
nesday morning. He was later r*-
lecuu<d on hla personal recognizance.
The midnight marauder was a
blark bat which flew la an open
window and was unable t* find hla
way back Into the open. It required
more than 20 minutes to capture
the flying rodent.
Marine Engineers
Take Lower Wages
BAN FRANCISCO, Jul* 10 —By a
vote of 4SO to SO the marina en.
gineers' union last night voted to
return to work aboard the private
ly owned steam freight vessels,
which have been tied tip for torn
time because of toe strike.
The engineers will go back t»
work on the basis of a IS per cent
cut in wag**, as originally proposed
by Admiral Benson. It Is under
stood that the engineers will go
buck to work under the "American
plan" of open shop, and that non
union engineers who went to work
during the strike will be retained.
Hit by Street Car
Laborer Is Injured
Frank Siiro, S9, laborer, was se
verely bruised Tueaday night, when
struck by a street car at First ava.
and Pike st. Siiro had been shop
ping and was crossing the (rack*
with a load of grocerlts In his arms
when the car struck him. He was
taken to city hospital, where he U
recovering.
TURN TIME BACK
1 AND SPEAK FAST
Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Hoar Ye! All
person* who have anything to say
why two dozen bottles labeled In part
"Lung Germlne" should not be con
fiscated and forfeited unto the
United States, come forward and
make your allegations in that be
half.
(Too late. Judge Neterer signed
the confiscation order In federal'
court Wednesday.)
nENY had high
u VOLTAGE CIDER
Seven Japitne.se and four whit*
meu pleaded not guilty to selling
high voltage cider In their respective
emporiums, when arraigned Wednes
day before Federal Judge Jeremiah
Neterer.
Pawnbroker Measure
Is Attacked by Jap
Asserting that the Seattle pawn
broker ordinance of IMI Is in direct
violation of the 1911 treaty between
the United States and Japan, R. As
akura, pawnbroker, brought suit
Wednesday morning In Judge A. W.
Frater's court to restrain the city of
Seattle, Harry W. Carroll, city comp
troller, and Chief or Paltce William
H. Searing from enforcing it.
In July of 19S1 the ordinance pro
hibiting pawnbroker licenses for
aliens went Into effect. Asnkura
say* he has not closed his shop, at
K2« King st.. regardless of threat*
from city officials to or real hiok
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