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NATION ON UP-GRADE, MESSAGE Chamber Hears Optimism From Harding. Hoover Wananiaker Opllnii.m day at the Chamber ol Commerce lunMw»<n In the Mwonlr clubrmnns thU noon lut ed telegram* (ran rnr.ldeiit WafTcn <i. Harding. Herbert Noovtr, »*cr« lary of com nterce; John Wananiaker, I'lill ailclphia merchant, wd t.eorge M. Itr) noldi, Chicago bankfr, showing that the country ha» parsed (lie low |»nn! and la on the up grade. A feature of the prorrtun was billed as a "knockout" fight between Old Man Pessimism and Young Mnn Optimism. Impersonated by Worrall Wilson and Nathan Kckstein. Wor rall Wilson, banker, acted aa Old Man Oloom and laid It on deep, but waa Interrupted by Kckateln. who gav» facts and figures to show that Sc«ttl* la far better off than any other section of the country. President Warren O. Hardlni: sent the following message from Wash ington. O. C, to President Boyna, of the chamber: HARDING'S MKSSMIK OPTIMISTIC "From all quarter* come roassur Ing evidence* of an Improved busi ness outlook. It relates Intimately to the Increased requirements of the Old World for our agricultural prod ucts. This reflected Immediately In demand for farm product* and con sequent Increase of demand on the railroads These are in sight of greatly Increased requirement* of both labor and materials, which will put at work an Increasing number of Industrie* and start the activities of prosperity In an ever-widening circle. Financial condition* are aound and the disposition everywhere to co-op erate among bnsiness Interests and with the government for steady Im provement of condition* I* manifest. The American people reeognlie that immediate need 1* to resume produc tion and saving, and they are netting themselves to It."* Herbert Hoover. secretary of iom- Bierca. wired: "E»»ry busine** man known we arc going thru the most violent ■lump In our hlstoi*. but we now have the worst of It behind us. due to the energy, steadfastness and neigh borllnesa of our bustness men The government can be of help in WKOvery by removing the obstruc tions to business for which the gov eminent has responsibility. I be lieve the chamber will welcome the announcement Just made of a ta* program that not only shows an en ortnous decrease In federal expeudl ture. but also removes the uneco nomic taxes that so Interfere with our Industrial development." John Wanamaker sent this mes itafff "It Is Impossible to form a judg ment of what the conditions will be nearly a year from the present mo ment. I can only say that we are gradually returning to nnsmal con ditions, and that the ground under our feet is safer and stronger every dar. I believe It Is our dally duty, under existing conditions, to do more each day than It Is usual for the av erage man to do." Public Market WMUrtUkMX •afar Mall. 100 Tba para ran# wrw ft ti. Hainmacd * Beet Patent flour. . $l.OO, 0 b*r* Royal White soep, Sie. Stalls If-17. Carnation or Borden s nllk. lie can La* flak**, 10c pk« . 2 am Booth * sardines. Sic; t large dill plcklea, lie; J lbs corn starch, lie. Stall ll#. t lbs. CrUco. 91.55; Reliance Jar rlngo. Ie *oa; IS-os» Han Maid raisins. Sic. Stall 191. 1 Tb. (infer snaps, lie; pt<nic sets. Sic each. aOI'TH rxD Stall 1. br**d. 2 loaree lie; pise, t&e each: batterhorns, I for 2ie. Stall 80, holled ham. 70c lb.; potato salad. 20c pt . veai loaf. 30c lb Stall 42. dry salt pork. •0c Tb : lard, lie Tb.; smoked Jowls. 20c lb Stall 40, butter, 41e Tb ; «**■. 41c dot ; cream cheeee. Sle Tb Stall JO, Mocha and Java coffee. SOc Tb ; 40c pkg tea for Sic. l*rge can pineapple. 2Se. Stall 49, loganberries. S for SSc. com. TO'- do*.; cucumber pickles. 11 SO sank Stall 14. salt pork, lie lb ; beef stsw, Sc lb . lard. 2 Tbs 28e PIK£ PI.ACE Stall 17, pur* American cane sugar 4 lbs. 29c. t Tbs iie. Stall 70. fr»sh milk, or. qt Stall 44. Carnation milk. lOVfcc ran. Stall 1429. fresh sod* crackers. 14c Tb.; Honolulu Lady sliced pinespple, 2*>c ran. Stall 12. Santa Clara prunes. 2 Tb* 2i< Rogers' baking powder. Sle Tb Stall SO, Fel* Xaptha soap. S bar* Sic; Ivory S'»ap. S bars 2ic Stall 1927, 2 Tbs. lamb chops, 2ic, sausage *nd hamburger, 10c Tb Stslls 27-Sf, 2 lbs pure lard |oc; pot roast, 10c Tb Stall 4S. vesl stew, 10c Tb Stall 7S, Klberta peaches. 2ic do*. $1 29 crate; pears. 91 per bos. Stall 28, fresh smelts, 10c tb.; freah palmon. SOc each; fresh hailbat, S Tbs 2Sc. Stall lIIS, peanat butter, 10c Tb.; Taklm* honey, Itc Tb , 29c pt., 90® qt Stall 81, fresh churned butter. S&e Tb.; full cream cheese, 22c Tb. Stall 4f, Re liance cinnamon, msce or cloves, 10c can. SAN IT ART Stall 109. pure car* sugar. I tba Me. #7 pmt sack; Crystal White sosp, & bars 23c; Royal White soap. 4 bars 25c. Sfsll 45, extra fancy sugar peas, 2 lb a 2 Re; Booth's sardines, 18c ran, Del JMonte sliced pineapple, 2 large cans 6 r >c. Stall 45. freah Lynden butter, 45e lb ; pure honey, §sc qt., 15c pt. Stall 21, horns mart* mayonnaise, 4"c th.; home made Thousand Island drowsing. 80c Tb . beat s-crvefot, 40c Tb. Htall 4. Maid o' Clover butter. 45c Tb ; full cream cheeee, 25e Th Hfalls 24-27, & bars Bob White aoap, C&c; Hill's coffee, 42c, $1.04, $2.05, Citrus Towdsr, 22c pk». i OR.NKB Stall Is. Palmollvs soap, fr- bsr; big can street Jam. l*r. Stall 14. freah tflver smelts. 15< th.: large salmon, SOc each. Stall 2*. liberty ateak, 2 lbs. 26©; pot roant, 10c Tb. 14-1»4 Pike st., pot roast, *c Tb ; tarnb chops. 1 r .r lb H'ail 10 2. best freah butter, 42c Tb., I Ths $121; peanut butter, 2 Tba lie. Htall 100, aalmon. 16c Tb ; tenderloin of sol*. 2 lbs XL' htall 110, sardines in oil, 10c cm; Kellogg s corn flakes. 11c. , ECONOMY Htall 22. silver smelts. 10c lb ehole salmon 36e each, sliver salmon. 15c lb Htall 34, beat cane sugar, 4 Tb* 21c. « Tba, &•«:. Stall 63, home mads veal |©af. 4Or Tb.: home msde aalad dressing, 50c Tb K M. marmsUde, 2 Tbs. 45c. Stalls 3J Z* 30, Ohlrardslll's chocolate, 3 Th # in 90' . 40'- "*tra fan- v sil*+<i pineapple. 25*. f, bars Crystal White, 26c Htall 40. HMpreme blend coff*e, 40« tb.. 2 Tbs 75c. 2 Tbs. $1 10, 50c /loyal baking powder, Stall 50, fresh wlenera, 20c Tb , t hole* Kaetern cured bacon. 35c ft> ; para lord, 2 Tt/s. 30c. Stall 44. fresh creamery butter. 40- f,., full cream che#-ae, 25c Th. SHINES Stall 44 Slkt. Lseer f L Ship News Tides in Seattle » HI DAY AIU. 11 Mr»t l«« Tide • 31 a-, m . * » ft. ft ml tilth Tide 142 p ni , t I ft. •tetrad lew I'lde • It i» m . • • ft. fn-flnH High Tide II .11 p. Ol , II & fi. tATI HI»%Y \i u la rirtl Uw llde T:J2 a. m . • * f« Hr»l IHth Tide ! It p m , • * ft. •MN«N4 le« Ttdr ? II » »»..•• ft. DKNBK mo AIiONO COAST Penae fog prevailing along the Pa rifle ronnt I* causing all Incoming vessel* to prowed with utmost r«u tlon. according to advices received from Tatoosh. • • s I.INKK IH R HK.KF With a fulr cargo. Including a fmall ahlpmenl of silks. the N Y K, liner Kashlmu Muru waa due In Me attic Friday. • • • TACOMA - A cargo of copper fftr Kob>- la being loaded here Friday by the N. Y. K. liner Tokushlmn. This la the ftrat large ahlpment of copper to be *ent to the Orient from here thia month. • • • Weather Bureau Report TATOOIN im.vM), Aut U » A M Itiatng barometer dao»a fog. wind •outhe oat. nillea an hour Arrivals and Departure* Arrived Augtiet If Rtr Vleterta from ffouth '••cm Alaska, t II a m.; atr Admiral tloodrtch from Tacema. t a. m . Au|u*i 11—Mr Prrai.teni from (ten (M*|o via Kan Franrlaeo and Victoria II 21 p. ni . »tr M'iklltro from Ta«»ma. T 11 p »a . atr Tyndarwu* from Vancouver via t'emot and Tacema. I p. ni . atr Taaan from New York via Hat boa. Haa Iv.tre end Han Kran'Maro. 4lf p m deatroyar No. 3?« < Meade) from f*ut«t Hound Naval (ttatlen. « p in sailed Au«a>t It—#tr Muktltao fer (lan Fedre via Mukliteo and Han Freneiero, I a. m Auauet It Htr Wlllhlle for Naw York via Tai-em*. Grave Harbor. Han Frmaeteeo. Han Pedro and Balboa. I ?• p an . atr Kaifuka Maru for Dalren via Yokohama. Yokkaichl and Kobe. I p m.; echr Hain bridg* m tow of tut Richard llolyoke. for Cklho via Everett, I p m . eir Arabia Maru for Vaacouver via Tacotna. 3 M p m e e e Alaskan Vessels —August tl—galled, mr Ad miral Wataoo. aouthbaund. I II p tst Oerd«*a—Au«u.i II «tr North wmlwi, aouthbeund. It, p m- K.tehlkaa— Aaiwl II —Mailed. I>r Ipe kao.. south bound. 11l p. cu. Vessel* in Other Ports Singapore—August o—tailed, air Islam for ftaattle. Shanghai—August •—Arrived, str IM shima Mara from tf-attl* Ix>ndon~August ll—Arrived. Str fltasl Age ffom Seattle Yokohama— Aug-uat o—Arrived etr Ft a wall Maru from Seattle. August .' Sail ed. otr Art son a Maru for Seattle New York —Auguat 11—Arrived, str Alsekan from Seattle Honolulu—August 11—Arrived, str I.ar llna from Seattle San Pedro —August 11—Sailed. str Pred Batter for Sealtta. Hhn Praacfaco—August ll— Sailed. i'r Nome Clip for SeattfO. 4 p m . etr S.larl for Pugot Sound ports. 7pm Arrived, etr P. S Ix>op from Tact;ma. 4pm Keeps Dr. Durand in Jail Until Hearing EVKRRTT. Aug. ll—Dr. W. S Durand, prominent Bverett physi cian. confined in the Snohomish county Jail on a charge of Insanity made by his wife, must remain In the Jail until his hearing in September, according to an order Issued by Judge Ralph C. Hall Thursday. Dr Durand asked to be removed from the Jail to a local hospital, but the request was denied. Special quar ters, It Is said, in the Jail will be pre pared for htm. Egyptian Sailor Is Held for Trial At a final bearing Thursday before Cnlted B'atea Commissioner Robert W. McClelland. Abraham Than. Egyptian Mohammedan sailor, was bound over to the federal grand jury on assault charges. Than la charged with attacking a fellow member of the crew of the sailing shlp-Aetsy Roas with a knife, inflicting 11 cuta. 95 Missionaries to Go on Vessel Nlnety-flre missionaries and teach er* bound for Chin® will bo among the pasaengera on the steamship Hawkey* Htatr, when she nil*. An mint 27, according to E. O. McMlck en. passenger traffic manager for th« Pacific Steamship Co. State Got 950,000 Ton* of B. C. Coal More than 910,000 ton* of coal were Imported Into Washington from Brltlah Columbia during the last year, according lo figures brought out at a meeting Thursday of the Northwest products committee of the Chamber of Commerce. Says He Threatened With Butcher Knife Bessie J. Schoenberg filed suit for divorce Thursday, alleging that her husband. Ferdinand K. Hchoenberg. has threatened to "take her life with a butcher knife." The couple were married In pomeroy In 1900. Alleged Reckless Driver Is Released C H. Bridgstock, 23. 014 84th ave» charged with reckless driving when his machine struck a crowd of ID people, was released Thursday on %2'io ball. ORDKR* NO CL'T RATES OLYMPIA, Aug. 12.—Certain tow boat owners who have precipitated a rate war by charging less than the legal rates have been ordered by E. V Kuykendall, director of the bonrd of public works, to conform strictly to the prescribed schedule. RHOKK IMMIGRATION I.AW* HAN FKANCIBCO Pacific Mall liner Venezuela fined 11,500 for per mltting thru passengers to come ashore in violation of immigration laws. CHBHALIB. Holld traJnload of 25 cam of Japan*** aqua re*, more than half a million board feef, whipped from Onalaaka to Taooma for trans shipment to JapAn, OfifMPlA.— Kfforui helng made to secure conformity of game and fu.h laws In Washington, Oregon and Idaho, according to J. W. Kin ney, mjperviaor of game and flah. 01/TMPTA. C. A. Hone elected president Kiwams club. Pressure Resumed on Industrial List NEJW YORK. Aug 12.—I'reattjre th« kndimtrml Hat wia returned with the opening of the atock miirKcl today. U. S Htrel *a* Mold 111 lar»te hlin'ka al 73%. i loin «f from yeater dty'v. Ucnvral tClectrle h«« down « point on the first aale at II2Mi tlen eral \«i>linll wan aold fr«-**|y mill dr<>|i|>t «| to within a fraction »»f ita !«»*' for Ihr preeent d«» line (Vnlrftl l«eath»T. linldwln, American Hmtr, V H I uhher end llethlrhem "M allowed drrllfiii ut tha opllllllff. Opening prlc< » Ineluded T«im t'«»ni|»any, IS 1 **, up •* . AmTlrin To bm-cii, 11 * S off V* . Mriimn IVtrolauifl. !>7. up *% , American Hitgar. 12 Mi off S; American I.oromotlvr *:i. unchanged, Haldwln. 72'», off S». Ani* coihlm. 14 V iinr|innii<,| I'rutlhle. 63V*. off . United Btat»« lluboer. r»0. off Ceutial l«eather, SI I *, "ff **: i nion Pacific, lit. up '| ; HtudebaWer. 7m. up S; I'tali I'opper, 4aS< uff H, After an hour of depreealon eh«>rt covering made Iterlf felt and a num ber of laeuea thereafter thowad ratovaflea. Mpilchii Petroleum. HtudebaU'f and Chandler «ho«red a tendenev to rlae. and I'tah Chopper recovered about a point from Ita early l«w Itubbrr atoe k a acted well. Krlly-Mprlugfl--Id advancing lit net to 40, while United Htatca ftubber, at 61 wai up I \ GRAIN SPURTS, THEN DECLINES CHICAGO, Alia 13 -Oraln price®. a?in a nll wb t iiVIIMI at Ul4 OpeQ tug today, dropped abarply Huyuig power dlinlntailed Immediately after the opening, and there * an not auf f icli'ii I demand to keep the early falp" 1 Import demand we a light, leceipta were r« ported fairly heavy, especially at Sowthweat marketa llatna fell over the corn lo lt. aiding in tha g«n«'ra| decline and in Che corn drop eapeclally. I ro\ lalona wrre higher. Heptember wheat opened up He at 11.3* and cloaed off lV*c December opened up Vic at 91 •* and cloaed down 2Str. Heptember corn opened off at ftTSc and cloaed off tjc December corn opened up tie ana cloaed off lc. September oate otM»ned unchanged at iKo. and cloaed down \c. Ue i-ember opened unchanged at 40c and cloaed off 1«C. e e e Cash Wheat CHICAGO, Aui. It— No I red. II J«\®ilS*4; No. J hard. II itV tl !«£. No. 3 spring. | l.:i <j L»:. No. 3 bard. »1.35®1 J&V • • • Chicago Board of Trade <>rtd*>e Qu«*allawe> PSrulahed hf t. It. Menalag A C*. Ilatler Hotel Italldtng Wheat*— Open High Cl«m "•pt us. n.nw »> 3ivb II si\ l»«H 1U lit l.ttfc iu% M»p> ...« .»"% .1? % ,M| i«<4 Lkec 44* .11 i >4* .44* Hept 14% .It'* 14 .14 !>«♦« 40 .40 .41 .«»* fork— rtepf ... «..« II 00 urd *epl 1« 91 10 tf It 10 lots Oct Il.lt ILIf 10 14 1107 Kitw— •«ept ....1011 10 '0 10 11 10 TO low 10 *0 10 44 20 40 • e • Chicago Live Stock T«4e/'« QMIAIIMM Haga-- Receipts. II 000 Market artlr*, mostly 1 '*<" his her. Top. Ill; bulk of •alee. |I.fI#IOOO. heavr weigh!. 1114 •10 14. medium weight, l» >0(|I0 t«. light weight. |lO S0#ll; heavy packing •owe. |t f •§! 14. parking e»»we, rough. r toti tl; pig*. i»:s#ioi4. retlle-HM*lp(«. 3 000 Market staadr 4 r»«»re Mi pHm» lf?49ltll; Me dium and good. 9? 74(M 74. < ammnn, M II #7 10 good and rhotr*. |»010 V* common and medium. •• Mtfl, butt her rattle and h*lf»re. lifl, rows. II 40# 7.14; bulla. I«g« T4. otanera and cut ters. row* and heifers. II ligl 74. ran Mr eteera. 11 TIVI «eal calvea I ■> ttl* 2i. Met • |4#7 7i eio« ker steers. |! 74*0 74, stocke* cows and heifer*. S! 10 tl 1.40 *h+9p Receipts. 0.000 Market eteetfy ta Strang Lamhe. II 10 910 40. lamhe, call and rommon 14# I>4 yerling Wvfher*. M1S«I40. eta. iniflli, cull to common ewes. It 4011 see Portland Market Status Te4*y". QnltUm Cattle MsrfcM tt»«dr, tsirttany*! H»g»— K.r.ipta, r;i M.rk.t .tssdy. unchanged *fcss|» ■ Receipt*. 104. Mark" steady, un changed. a a a San Francisco Produce / Teda*'s Qastaltsas n»Bee— ruru. «c lb riiis.. r»iifo—i« n»u. >th« t». K«n —Eur... «lr 4oi ; Ne. 1 dlrtlas. ttm <«: ««trs pullets, ITo Set. und.r «!<*! pull.la. ilSt dot. • e • N. Y. Sugar and Coffee Ts4ay*. OwMlmm »«g— K.w, |i||; grssalsi ••i. Mot is Teffee—Ns. 7 nta. .pet, I\ t rk.; N«. 4 Msntas, >\«i«Wc Ik. . e • Foreign Exchange YORK. Aug. 1 l.—Po reign at hange opened earlier. Starling. |l44<* franre. |0 07lf; lira. 10 0431. marks. 10 0121. IDanish kronen. 10 lltl. REFER SILESIA ROW TO LEAGUE Col. Harvey Tells Council 11. S. Is Glad BY WKBII MII.I.KR doited I'rtM Mlaff ('MmpondmU PARIS. Aug. IS.—Cot Oron* llarvey today derlan-d that the trilled States prefers to "lay aloof from strictly Kurnpnui questions. Replying to a question during the allied supreme council session today, he declared that It was with a sense of relief he saw the Siieslan problem "referred to a body with which the United Htates is not associated." The council has Just decided to ask the league of nations to solve the Silestan situation. Harvey declared the ssme view was held by President Harding. "President Harding has felt, from the beginning." he said, "that this matter Is one of European concern. It will be with a sense, of relief that he will lenrn of the confirmation of this view by the supreme council In referring It to a body with which the United Btateis is not associated." The decision to refer the question to the league council was reached at a nurrlid session of the supreme council. Premier Lloyd tleorge dom inated the gathering and nervously urged other delegates Into disposing of the question. In order that he might return to I.ondon Immediately to consider Sinn Fein's reply lo the British peace proposals. Altho the French Indicated the ses sion whs breaking up because of dis agreement over Hllesla. the Brltlsli contended thiit only a recess whs he ing taken, to let Uoyd (jeorgo re turn to I^ondon. Spokane Government Costs $35.20 Each WAHHINdTON. Aug. 12. - The coat of government in Hpokune, Wash., for the fiscal year ending crmber 31, 1920, was $35 20 per cap ita or a total of $3,67(1.027. In 1914 the per capita COSt waa $31.27. Total remipta for 1920 were 54.49ri.024. or ,$43.04 per capita* TH E S K ATTLK STAR N. Y. Slock Exchange (Thnrwlaj'a q««Ulli»M) himUlinl by 1.. It M tannine A Cm. 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Munich la |fu im Frankfort <• II • 1. J.pMt.M ||^ Japan... lat «H>. 7»\ !|^ JapaM.M 1.4 . V*. lit. ..%» '■ isy» us Aa.lo la .IS IM I'nilml K Inflilnm >H». 1111 . IM t'niiMl Km«<loß> I Ha. |»u ,1. s »s I ni1..1 Kln«lum ISa. lit! .It % II t'nu.4 Kln«4vm ISa, IIJJ.. 17 S .. I .naiil.lt |#l|U a a . Liberty Bonds 'Tlmlai'a Qiw.mlmul raralahMl hf I. B. Manning A Cat Ball. 11.1*1 n.lMI»( • I"!- High Lo« (lom rir.l i 5........... II <1 II l« ..1. »■<»»« *• - .... 17 <• "*•1x1 .» IMI l ira) <l*. 17 I* IT •• I! »« lUr*n4 «W. It I. 17 11 I? II TblKt «v II M II .I II .| rourlh «S> 17 I# 17 7. .7 11 riflb l| 1171 111. I. || ... Railroad Securities Olnndar'. Q. Mali a..) hr I . I. Manning | Cm. INU. llalklln. Alrhlann a«. 77% «g H.ll * Ohio Uoid .< «>s It H.ihl.h.m .(Ml R.t u ... 11 s II HI raul 1 i.iv. 11 71W C * N W 11*. .a 7« T7S I. * N I. II I. N P PU la 7.% T714 H.adirg o.a. 4. tis lIV| l". I' il.n, ■iv .iv a. p K»f. .. j» 11 1 P ow». 11 1. I P. Coai. I. •••••..us i|u Pann. ran. <(, a liy P.n. O.n IS. ..s .1 C. AO. ton* la |;u |;a a a a Chicago Car Lots (Th.ra4ar'a qntallmi r*n*M by I. n Mannl.g | Ca Ihatlnr Ha..l HalMln. Or.la— R«u CobL Kit 4 LtTr w "..« 11l 11. |M 111 «"•>"> 11l 111 lfl |7 0.1. ll» 111 It* 111 UTIMITKD TOMORROW Slo car., com. 201 eui. oats. IM era LAWYER SUES TAXI OWNERS For-Hire Business Offen sive, Says Complaint Following ihe filing of a complaint by C. H. Farretl, .Seattle attorney, alleging that an auto-hlre establish ment conducted on the premises next to his own at 1145 Federal ave„ has lessened the value of hi. property to one.half, that Ihe offensive gas and oil odors ore unheallhful, and that the hammering and motor testing is a perpetual nuisance, a temporary restraining order waa Issued Friday by Judge Calvin 8. Hall ordering that the automobile business of F. F. Hough and wife, Louia Hough, be not conducted on their home premium*. Hough and his wife. It la alleged, have five automobiles, used | n the Jitney and nuto-hlre business. Fur roll claims thut at all hours of the <lny and night drivers shout about the premises. The entire street, he says, la used for Indefinite parking and open air garage purposes. The case will be tried Aug. 15. when Farrell asks that $2,000 dam ages be awarded him. TACOMA City council nsked by I'nlled Spanish War Veterans to re place women on muni<i|>al payrolla with f«x narvlco men. HANK < I,KAIUN(is Heattle 4'learlnga 15.0.19^4!.7? Italannw I I'orllaml ricaring* B.nss.gnn no Halancea 815,469.00 Spoil iuic Oearlngs 2.010,1.14 00 Halanom 944.0fi3.00 Ticnmi ricarlngs «24.314.00 Balamiu 104.854.00 POTATO DEMAND HERE IS HEAVY, New Spuds Sell Swiftly on Local Market The local potato market I* atron* with the demand on «nod atock ex ■ vciiinu the aupply Friday. Hcvrrnl houaea ulnnK Wietern »v« hud aold nut new epudr. having only old mid wlorttKc atock left. I.oral whiten olaftned up at 1 eentft ■ pound, Konnewlcka went quickly *1 cent*. I .oca I irreen corn wna n«oted a* low an »» a aa.-k on the atrert. with the top price «t $3 .'»0 ii urn W Kiih* rrii Washington corn wu* t- to $- &0 ft crate. flrenn pro" were aelllnn lower at from 10 to 12 '•* rent* ft pound. I.at t ucc him ft tendency to weaken, due to the flirt thftt Colorado til ahlppln* larfc cfmalgnmenta to tile ICaetcrn market#, where the local atock hue been iient hy the carload*. Orangea lit CftllfurnUi fthlpplnif point* huve advanced, cauelnn the price to rlan here accordingly on atork houfht at the Inrrcoaed price The quoutlona lire from s.'» 60 to »>'. a bo*. The Koatern demund for lern on* I* dropping continually, making the price here eueiur *t from $( Ui |7 ft box. The (irraerrt butter production la enttmuf «*d to be iO per cent under that of June. The market wo* firm Friday, It hue bon pointed out that the egg mart 1* weak, due to the fact that the demand hftft alarkened c<in*ldcr»bl)r. Jobbera, however, do not expect ft drop In prk» on that commodity. vrommrN rrUm Paid Mb.iml* Mm Vlaaaa I.oral. |fM*. per tb. .. ••• tT Wax. lor«l. p«r lb .••••••••• <•' Or . Mr H> .11 IW«* dot hnnrhv •••• .tl < abhado per lb #4 < mrr*>i» I«ooal. per aack •••••• |>* Cauliflower—Local, 4ot ...... .1 ••f •• <+l*rf U< tl dafl » 000 i?| l?rt» K Waah . crata ........JLlo* 2*• Local. aark MOflM (inimhm l,w hathouM, da. .7&#lfl r.«« riant K Wash , pr lb.. .It 0«rllr P»r lb .H lHl«r* l«t(4l, Mtdoor >M .. t lift Tl r«i i»«»c Tt» ...... 9* II 9 •is Wall* WeHa. m t*»r »1. KTmrn, dog. b«rv h*a .. .t 10 II Per«Jef l/MNil. do! huf'-hM .. H rma T»l»ph»l>*. tb .. HO .13 •* r»w»r» Pee lb .10 f»tal«« whit*, tb. •! kennewirk, lb. .. WH K Waah Oatta. cold atar 31 •••>••• llweet <"al . H 1 • N«n« y llail. tb .11 iU4*h*m l-oeal. doa buackaa. H# tl VmHi (.nfti. par bos I.## lb. . ..... •• Twmataw rat. tu« —..n»|in Ixvral hetkouae. bat ........ tM K Wa#h . t« tb rrat* I.9S#!ft# ParaJpa -Loral. 4«i bunekad.# .49 rnurn tpplw K Waah . atandard botaa ... .S.llft •• ! <iraven«Uln, Tal I •• I AflVtla —CaL, 4 baskat ff»u IMfni lUanat* Par lb .11H t «fttalMi|M* wa pa to ut end ar 4 crata t M PoniM ....................1 W Burred liani t?&*l4l Turltx k, standard tif J •• poniaa I.M Plata .. «# J9 r«Mbo Mataaw Per tb •« Cbarrlaa LamNMa. par 9b. .11 Vtoyal Ann**, par lb ........ It# II Hln««. par lb ll# ttH Coeweooto- P*r lit StM Takatt P»r d-»a t H farrmat.-Had. par crata I 11*1 ll lkl<a Nr caaa 7tl >lf» rr»*h per bos I lt«l II HwiiliiiHi -Local, par lb. ... ,Hf II Jtat'teh. lb .11 lira pea ThotnptAti aaadlaaa. rrata . ...lll#tfl Grape Wfrnm Fla. boa I 11*1 II Cat . crata 4 H Hoary rum a. p*r rrate TII Cat strataed. par lb ........ II N«n»r Uhis -P»f crate ....... 1 M Imimm* far bos «••»:•© LlMlnrriw Per crate l.lt#! It Oiimw Par a— Paaefcea —Cal . par bos ........1 7lfl li lv>cal 1H«I IS Nsrs P art Ist t 111 T. Wash Mif?i| Sugar. 4-baek#t crate ....... 11l Pta—»»lss- »ban. per crala I It PHrsaa—4 fcaaket cr\ta tllfl T| BsiplirHii -?l»«mp crate ..4.. 11l WalinMtesa-Cat. Tb IS# 4J S Kun Frteaa fsM WWlaali Pain Ahsosls Par ft .21# II Bsaall—Per Tb II nih»H* ptr ib ii Wi>im H* ib 11# II Pmsb<» Virginia K»r*toa* lb. .il* M Pmsss - P»r fb M DAIRY FKODt'CIB Prices PsM Is lldfan Bmmmtmt A grade. Be at tie dellrery ♦ ... .11 E«f* Fresh reach ll# l« Pullets .11 mth Owt . f <■> b ftaettls supply til T. O. P Mi»4»Bs»rf, swt 1 || UAlltY I'KOUL'CTS Prlaaa PsM Whalsaale Deafer* lilUr Ucal creamery. cabas. .11 Brick .42 K«f» Preeh raacb .42 Pullets 12# II Loral storege .11 Cbesae Or. Irlpleta .tl wiironiin rraam brick ...... .19 Pinrk RWIM .11 . tv»»h triplet a .It TtUagseeli trip lata n POLI.TKY AM) MKATS rvtoM r.14 toy Whulanl. DMm I. fthlppar. Dark. -Llold, |h( ib .11 Young, ptr tb .1. lira. Uvi, under 4 Tba-\ ..... .11 Llva, 4 n>. and up ,21 O.aa. -Dm»t par Ib .It LI v., par Ib II M|t»a 04«ra»- Ll*.. par Ib. .. .1. Draaae.l par lb .11 j llrollera l.lva. |>.r lb .21 Hooal«»- l.lva, Ib U C*w»—Coastr? drMaad. F.i or# 04 I'oor. medium .10 04 Hull. —Pat, Ib eiff .7 ling, -lilork, fancy i 4 14 Heavy, fancy o»« .111 "»»•. ha.vy flit 0* I Hla»a. heavy ..0 tl Vetal Kancy, te lle lb. 14# il I.l*lit, 40 7 0 rtta |1« || Medium, 140-170 Iba PtQ H Coaraa. heav*. 174-400 Tba 04® 04 rOULTHY AND MEATS Price* I'ald Wbuleeele Dealers Dark* Pressed. per Ib ,|| He«e—Dressed, per Ib ft# 14 Uve. v*r lt> 20# so Cleeee Dreased. per Ib ,11 Terkeya I>rcss»4. per Tb. ..... ,|| Cows Country dr eased. Tb ll# §7 Hogs Dreased. light fancy, Tb. .11 Heavy, drrfiwil .H Veal I»ri»M»rrt lleht, fancy, Ib. IT Madlum, dr»aaed 11# ij Hnvy, coarse o*# .11 Belgian Waraa I.ira, per Tb.... ,n Dreurd 21 MEAT Quotation. .4 Slackjarda Hoga— Primes «-? K /iof i - <.* Medium heavy r .'>o© I M Rough hsa\ f 4 50# 7 10 »'««<• 0 hOff 11 «0 Cattle— Prime at cere M . . .f> Oft oft M Host town and heifers .... 4 ftft«M r>o • 'fimmnn to good . t oowr> ftO Medium to choice .3 fto 4i 4 «>o Common to good ..?f.o4>lon Calvse—ldght 4 oft# t 01 _ H "»» 4 00(1 11 M»»«f Prim* lambs .1 00#7 00 ▼ minings I 004 r.| Wethers 2 t>ofM on ll#2 0| KMUJRI Pat. 4-4*s, city de|l\ary ....... V.H HAV, iaIIAIN ANl> FKKD City Wholesale Prices, Per Tea Cam Whole, yellow, 120 Ih. sks . ..a> 0| Crsckrd. 100 lb rks 4101 Feed Mnul, 100 lb nka 41.00 Barley WhMls, f«4'd, 100-Tb ska . . !u'oi flollcd, SO-Tb. nivs 24 00 < •round, 100 It*, nks oO Clipped. 100 •lb «ks 20.01 Oats Whols. feed. 100-Tb. sks 40 00 llollcri, 7m lb. ska 42.0| Ground, 10-Tb. aka ...42 00' Uproutliig, 100 Tb. SkS 4101 piiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimii" I WOODROW | [ WILSON'S I Rise to Power i - « A n-markable X-ray of the heart and mind and soul of that A = most extraordinary figure in American life, Woodrow Wilson, M |= was written by William F. McCombs in his autobiography. It §E is entitled i "How I Made Woodrow Wilson President" H It reveals the inside history of the Democratic party in the Hj last ten years, the remarkable intrigues of eminent Democrats, == of money gifts and their diplomatic rewards. | Read the Amazing Facts §§ in the SEE | Next Sunday I ORDER YOUR COPY TODAY 2SS i * in ilium mi iiniiiniHiiid NO RAIL RELIEF IS PLANNED NOW Harding Notified There Is No Chance WASHINGTON, Aug. 1! The »<1 mlnLiilr.Uon'i mllro.il relief bill will b. favorably reported to the *nil» next week, without th. (Ilgliteat hop. of ILa fmiimg* thlg aenaion. mem bera of th. wniite Inter.t«l. com mere commltte. atated today. I'rraklent llJunUng has been nott fled that th. lestJilaUon stand, no ahow of immediate i>u*aage either in Its present form or with susg«sted compromis. amendments. Seize Five Men, 48 Pinta and Dice Set Fire men. 41 pints of beer and a pair of dine. All wer. taken In cua. tody Friday by a*«nts of th. police dry sijusd who raided a house at 16X1 Falrvlew ave. Abe Kubey 25. 8. H. Rain it. Sam Morris 2<, J. Korbulove It. and D. Miller 20.' are the persona charged with manipulating the galloping rubes. The beer waa of the common or kitchen variety. Mind Readers, This Man Thinks They Be | "Hey! My butcher .hop Is afire!" yelled William Selmun. proprietor of * butcher whop at 230* Jackson at., Thumday. over the phone. I'rcato! And while he waa talking to central—what, ho! Arrives the fire department. They're too fast, imya (P. B.—Homeone saw the fire and j phoned") Rush to Consider Sinn Fein Message DCBUN, Aug. IS.—ln response to an urgent summons from L«ondon, Viscount Flthelan and Gens. Mao- Heady and Tudor left here today for I.ondon. It wns assumed they were called to participate In dlacusalon of the Hinn Fein note delivered In London yesterday. Ferry System to Be Topic at Bellevue At a yiuirh meeting of Dellevue cltlxena to be held at * p. m. Fri day In the Bellevue Commercial club houae, the county ferry system will be dlncuaaied. The meeting t« open to the public, ami a apeclil invitation la extended to the King county .comrnlHaloncre. \\h*mt Hecleaned fee<l. 121-lb. sks. 411 00 All-Grain Chop -«0-lb aka. 3N.00 i lilek 6ee«l 100-lb. aka. 11.00 C'blrk Maah 100 Tb aka 67.00 (•rowing I'eed 100-lb «ka 60 00 (irnwlac Maah 100-lb aka .66 00 IKB Maah No H M 100-Tb. aka. ...60 00 heraleh I 100 tb. aka 4k.00 W hml food, 60-lb aka >»5 00 < nrtianul Mml .i'&.oo < oltonaeed Meal 40.00 l.lrtaerd Oil Mail 44 00 H«y« Bean Meal 64 00 Alfalfa Meal Beet Pulp 00 I'lull Meal 00 Mcwt *<r»pa liwlPin 97 00 Western ..'•7 00 Vlone Meal 64.00 Hone 4iranulaled . 00 4 bar eon I Kaatsrn. hardwood ...... KL.OO W*nlrrn 7: 00 Grit l.lmeatone 21.00 Uraiilte 28.00 Shell eastern oystsr to 00 Weatsrn oyster 00 Baarh to 00 Hay Alfalfa. No. 1 20.00 Mlied. No & 22.0# Timothy. No. 1 17.00 Mtraw 19 00 SETTLES BASIS OF TARIFF BILL Senate Committee Agrees on American Valuation "WASHINGTON, Aug. IS.—The American vmlnation plan with modi fication* wu adopted by the Mn*t» (inane# committee today as the basis of tha tariff bill. Republican mem ber» present voted unanimously for It. Republlean members of the house ways and mean* committee, present at the meeting, agreed to the modification*. Virtual agreement to eliminate the dyestuffs embargo proposal was reached. Army Gat Shortage Seems Near Relief EUGENE. Or*. Aug. W.—"lndi cations are that gasoline and oil shipments have started," read* a sec tion of a letter received by Captain Lowell Smith, commander of the list aero from the Ninth corps air officer at Han Francisco head quarters. Fire service men and lumbermen predict that gasoline and oil will ar rive here early nest week from thi* Information, as it will probably be shipped from Richmond. Cal. It is pointed that the gas shortage is gen eral thruout the army because there are no funds available to pay for shipments. If th» gas comes the airplane forest patrol will be re sumed at onfle. % A TIDY SUM is readily available to the man or woman Vho has an active, growing savings ac count The knowledge of this handy reserve builds confidence and increases the power to do. Attention to the growth of the fund soon becomes almost automatic. \ Interest, compounded semi-annually, adds daily to what you set aside. Savings Department Open Saturday EveningSj 6 to 8 I Branches at Georgetown and Ballard UNION NATIONAL BANK^=J v OF SEATTLE / . TTtrPAY. AT'CT ST 12. 1321 FIVE STEPS TO I GET NORMALCY Secretary of Industrial Council Points Way M BT FIAROI J) D. JONEIH (United Press Staff NEW YORK. Aug. IJ.—Five el#, mentary steps are necessary to bringr about complete restoration of mal business conditions, according to Karl ConstanUne, executive sso> retary of the national Industrial council. These he said In an Interview todajr we: Further reduction In the cast of living. ReUe< of the housing iHa» I Hon.. 1 liquidation of governmental obligation* to the railway*. i Readjustment of taxation. I Solution of our foreign debt* J problem. I "A confidential survey of busiiMM conditions prepared by the national Industrial council indicated trmduaK but spasmodic Improvement for th»l balance of the year and the folio* J ing spring." Constantlne said. M Paris Is Shocked by Late Dam PARIS, Aug. IS.—Some ofM new dances are so extreme thatj perfect of police has been petit lo| to establish a board of dance ci sors.