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S ATT TIP AY. OCTORKR S. 1921.
Will Probe Every Phase of Skagit (teni-ching probe of all engineer Ins phase* of th* oity'a ttkag't hydro-electrlc project will t>e msd< by a special committee of engineers. It *ii decided Friday night by the Seattle Chapter of the American Association of Knglncars. It's No Job to Steer a Buick Buick cars steer just like they drive —easily and comfortably. And like every other Buick part, the Buick steering gear can be trusted. Ride in a 1922 Buick and see for yourself. P KICKS PUCKA ft-4-M IUN **-*-** U.4JI t!~MB MM I /UyA I IJ-MJ T.7SO n-4-n i.im I r J *.••• tS-4-»7 l.f?» !!-MI !.IM n-«-ii i.;m mm l.7*t At [)rllrirr#ln Seattle @ fIEATTMt SPOKANE YAKIMA WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT BUICK WILL BUILD THEM 1 I I I - n I lot f%cv HSS I>X- I 'ah*"* I Series j * Pre-War Prices Beaten Chassis,* w *590; now Tmi ring,* vxu 695; now 595 Rofldstcr/ »« 69.5; nov> 595 Coupe, «w 1000; now 850 Sedan,** wot 1275; rum 895 TtUm t. m. fc. T«to*> (acted* Ktoctrtc Start*. Mgbta, Horn, SpiwdiiHf. D*- Bwtnnbb Rim, «D StMl Tiwl>t Body with BateS laaagil PlnJsh. ••Wlra Whaals Man4v4 tqulpmnt IM».NT POIUiBT WIM.VHOVItIII.AND AUDREfM: Willys-Overland Pacific Co. lltb and Eaat Ptna Phane Fast 0«fi» Protest Destruction of Warship Oregon V resolution Of protest against th* proposed destruction of th* fatuous old batttoahip Oregon has been adopt eU by Jolin H Thoinpeon No I. United Hpantah War Veterana, and addressed to members of con gresa pjJTOMQTiy^ Renewed Hudson and Essex Cars Please Repair Bills Low, Says Nute Motor Co. Car buyers who demand economy and service are looking twlc* before passing up the renewed lludwon and Eaesz cars, according to tha Nute Motor Company. The** cars srs overhauled and renewed thruoul In AUTO'S A BOAT, HE THINKS; WADED IN MUD AND KEPT ON That the Chalmers auto Is s boat and not an automobile la ths assertion of W A Jetton of Qulnton. Okie, after taking a trip thru portions of Oklahoma. Mississippi. Arkanaaa and Ten Jetton was convinced whea ths trip drew to a cloee, that his "boat" waa made mors for mud than land. Caught in severe rainstorms oh a fresh highway under construction In Mississippi. Jetton n*de moat of the distance In high gear. In splta of a heavy camping outfit and four passengers ■board, tha ear never faltered, altho Jetton waa afraid th* ear would pull In two ptecas. After t iking th* mud In high. Jetton washed th* oar which showed no signs of th* rough going. AUTO DEMAND ON INCREASE Davis Motor Car Co. Head Says Autos Bring Riches Tha peak of the demand for auto mobiles Is *llll in ths distant fu ture There ar* ».W0 0"0 automo bliss In actual service today, but. In th* opinion of *oonoinl*ts th* *atu ration point will not be reached uc til there ara i 0.000.000 motor oars In daily service carrying people snd products back snd forth, pi >vtd!ng th* oonvenlenc* and comfort sno quick transportation whtcfc the American people demand "There can be no let up In the demand for autonv'bllee until the motor ear has become practically universal," Is th* op.nlon of Walter C Davis, secretsry snd sales man ager of the Davis Motor Car Com pany. "The American people will have It no other wsy. In ths past two decadee the sutomoblle bss be come too vitally a part of our *very dsy life, and Ks apher* of servlc* Is constantly widening. "In the past 17 years tha n*t In com* of th* American people ha« risen from 121,500.000.000 to river 171.000.000,000 a year! Who cai aay how largely the motor car haa con tributed to this vast Incresss in our ijitlonsl earning power? 'The motor car has replaced mil llone of hArae-drawn vehicles. And It hss replaced them with trsnshnr tatlon of a vsstly superior sort. The motor ear haa given ua a hew standard of living, land new stand arda of bualnees. new opportunities for self development, for and for the creation of wealth. "We In the Industry have j un bounded faith In the futur* of] th* automobile. It meets tl)e Insattible demand of th* American people! for more transportation and still itiore transportation, without which bus! ness would come tn a standstill! It I* a powerful and tireless servant of mankind." STOP GREAS (Iwners of a popular car j have found sn obnoxious smell oia burn Ing grease to be due to the |ip|Hsh lng of grease from th* frolt unl versa I upon the exhaust pip# when the csr waa going fast. A tli plate held over the universal by A stout wire from the floor board, J would catch the grease that is thromn out. THE SEATTLE STAR SECTION the company's plant, appearing llk-» new. "Our customers are coming hack tailing ua that there ara no worn out parta In tha machinery and no rattlaa In tha cars They empha sise tha r*mark*bl* endurance of Linkletter Denies What We Didn't Say I*. O. I.lnklettrr, University ills trtct photographer, assured The Ktar today that tba dismissal from his office force of Miss Greta Charier had no connection with her activity against tha atudent fees on the ■ampus The Rtsr In a story printed several days ago sbout the Incident did not aay that It had. but LJnk letter eeemed to think thai some per son would think It had. Unkfetter aid the reason Miss Charter was dropped waa that ha was going away for two weeks and that, as ha told her. there would b« no on* at the studio to direct her work during his ahsence. tmnsn I SALE I I Just A raw af These High- H I Orad* Ttre* Ufl at. ■ ■ Thsa* Price* H I FIRST-CLASS I I STANDARD I I CORDS I I sss.s2l oo I I ESc... $25.731 ■ SSn.i $27.501 ■ $27.901 I SSS. $31.25 ■ I SSS. $32.001 | ™ $32.001 I S>" M $36.501 ■ Fabric Casings, High-tirade I I Son Hkld Standard Casings ■ ■ IOzI tO QQ ■ ■ son (tKiD.... jm I lOiSH *Q QQ I ■ NON-RKID. .. . MWeaJaJ ■ I r«516.501 I ""$17.501 1518.501 I SSS™ $25.501 I THE HIGHWAY I I TIRE "0., lie. I ■ 1215 Pine St. ■ ■ at Melroee Ave. I ■ Main 8247 Main 3t47 ■ I Harry W Droasel, H I Manager H / \ The 1 MAR WHO KHOWS never shops when It comes to RPKKDOM BTBRS He knows that the cAtoMiYrDih in th* I World's Standard | t'sed on prsctlcnlly every car In the ctty of Restlle stul througliout ! the I'nltirl Hlutes. Mervlce above rcprosch Is avail able llear thai In mhid. Stewart Product! Service Station 1514 liroadwa), HeatUa the car we have mude over," Nute Motor officials said Haturday. "Buyers whp decide on a renews) car from our factory aay that re pair bllia are quite as low as on ttifc new cars, due entirety to the fact that worn out parta are elimi nated." TO GUIDE VETS TO VOCATIONS Glen Hoover Takes on Big Task at University To act as guardian, adrtaer and In termedlary for M 0 war veterans en rolled under th* federal board for vo cational guldanca at th* University of Washington la ths Mg job rwently taken over by tllen Hoover. He succeeds Paul H- Hodga ss unl versity secretary of the national or ganisation under tha direction of CoL forbt* About SM of th* students aaroOed by th* federal board at th* univer sity ara in rites I. Men In this clues are permanently dleaNed and receive tuition, hooka laboratory ma terials a/id (100 suheiatenca each month. Th* oth*r to students ere In claas I, receiving only tuition and books. ALL Ct.ASSKS or niHAßiijty iNCi.rrmn Kvsry class and degree of dlsabtl Ity is Included In the list of veter ans. Most of th* man were gsseirt or received slight gunshot wounds Others lost the ua* of a limb or s*nse organ thru Injuries or stckn**a Practically all tb* men were over seas, altho a few are receiving com pensation for disabilities contracted in this country. Two women who served as nureee are Included In th* federal hoard enrollment Mlaa flylvia Horet la studying designing under compensa tion for Injuries, and Miss frankle Ollpatrlck la In th* business sdmln -Ist rat lon collega. AIJJOWKH TO CIIOONK VOCATION Huatnesa administration la the Hn* of work followed by th* greatest number of men. Proper adaptation to work which will rehabilitate th* men beat according to tli*lr disabil ity la the hlg problem of the federal board official*. Bo far as posslbls ths men are allowed to rhoo** tftelr vocation. Next to buslneaa engineering claims the greatest number. law Is third, with pharmacy and Journal- Ism following. Education, mining, forestry and commerclsl art have a few students. Courses of the fsdtrsl board men ar* arranged to glee th* greatest smount of practical training In the ahorfest posslhle time In some col leges, as educatjon and journalism, training Is not complete until the men sre graduated, tmt tn others only the required courses are taken and the training eompleted by place ment on a Job. KMPIjOYMENT FOR AM. 18 KKCCKKD Many of the students are placed with employers on completing their college work. If fhe training la not oomplete, autialsleni e pay Is contin ued. Employment for practically all tli* federal boe.M men wlm leave school Is socured th'ru the nationul placement bureau. This Is another phase of the work of the local sec retary. Vocational training st th* ITnlver slty of Washington is only a small part of the national program of re habllltntlon of veterans. Nearly everv school In the country Is In cluded, #ach for some specialized work. Thousands of men are en rolled snd many more are at present on placement positions. This work will lie continued until all disabled veterans have been cared for. MAE MURRAY iVA HORRIFIED NEW TORK. Mae Murray, movie actress, registered horror when she received a plumhera hill for $1,160 for work on her new apartment. Hhe refused to p«v It and Is now using seveiul reels tell ing the court why. OUT or 41.000, AM tons of ste*l produced In IN2O, mor* than 1.000.- 000 want to automoblla oonstruc tlon. He Rose, They Say, From Yap to a Slicker from a country T*V w,,h rh,n whiskers to a alicksr wh<i grafts on poor, hard working city in»n, la tha startling tranafortnailon wrought In a faw years with tha rural oon stable, socordlng to local automo bile authorities No longer does tha country oon ntabla linger on tha board rail feno* ' outside the church yard on peaceful Hunday afterno<ina Instead ha now j lurks In tha weeds by tha roadstda, !>eslde hla high powered motorcycle. When an Innocent motorist, hitting the high spots, drifts by In a fog of dust, ha leapa upon hts Iron horse and valiantly aalllaa forth to atop and extort a ransom from tha luck leas victim "It'a certainly an awful graft," «sld a local man, "theaa constables who hold us up at evary turn In tha • road, and demand from five to ten dollara each time." I*eclarlng that tha constables were nothing less than highwaymen THESE CARS MKoji MUST BE ' rnirr* i* thii ad- UIJL|J •mm TKRTMK«E!IT ARB TMOVT V WW 9' HKftt IKDICATIYB V or tub oaniuL v% A CHARiITIR or TMK \ \ "Js'rJ A**! ° Vi c* 1 *orT*r TMB \ /V . lata. nil <** tofwut-wkV™" 999 BAGOLJB ABOCT THE nUCB »elata*i (M 4 nlw T^H Ewy Terms. We Trade uu T*«rlxi rrkallt J TwmHmmi AjM OAKLAND A. W. Apap »■* AflAfl * m 4. ,ln s eaa* VlU| NtainMNlnl*- \k|H —* »«*—' "B" SHI f'W vOi* si^.fr.'TZ lei* m», A|p A itTi. i*-c, XT/i aa« fflfl tstsrcsr #450 I OVERI.AXD 4 l*«r- Ami rrtpfcßAßßß AJApA ItNi wH Um A^H .—s4Bs SI 154 l=ggja-rfW SHELDS-UVENGOOD MOTOR Cd 1024 EAST PIKE, COR. ELEVENTH AVE. IAMB VwHgw JCr iHBfVI IheOneQim 1 "Trwc/o Wi in nm'it ta hfthk Mm M Track thlw w»th lualiid or apactal Otirtnt Tlw Btaadar* o~~r THE UNIVERSAL CAR If— W IN epeed of tk« track from !▼• u mvm ibllm an Nowr.coo vortMtg It Ist* • (Ml ML ■ : : V , • More large business firms use mora Ford One-ton tracks by many teae than any other track. ■ Purchasing a gent a of large coocarna placed in thee* reeponaibla poahtone on account of their ability to bar economically, and cbooee knowingly, hare bought more Ford One-ton tracka than any other ""h There moat be eomething mora than low Brat coet and economical opera tion back of thia remarkable showing. Ford One-ton tracka are Delivering A] in every eenae of the word —that'a why. Big boaineaa houses, realizing the capabilities of the Ford One-ton truck, are buying more of them every day—and the policy at the Big Boaineaa must be a good policy for the emailer one. Come in and let ua talk it orac Seattle Ford Dealers HUGH BAIRD, CENTRAL AGENCY, CANAL MOTOR CO* r««rO *«■•• •« J»«m Street *- '• (B«r») niaaarr. Maaavar SIS NMaraaa Street Kiiiatt erse * rM4w, » s«. cut mm oarnaM sere 1 CLARK-BAKER MOTOR CO, LM. CLtNE MOTOR CO, *■■«* *»"« "« iXf* ""*** HART * HART, lies r.wrt mtf-flttt Mraa« ease Staalar Atmm Krawaatf eesi WILSON * KREITLE. Ine, m«*. r esse r.aar.Mawa ; 47aa Itallanl A«»aaa cZ." Mr*zo"c~lw,T. u,. I *l*. —• laas BfMlaar. Car. Oaur War *•* * woo* 1484 mm»i #llO flaat MN $' • rm»l with a run and a law bonk, auto rluba In <'hka«o. I>«trol* and Cincinnati hav* hnun an ln»wi»lica tlon'info tha »rtlvltl«« of th»«» man d'-^larlne that th» practlca mint b« •toppwl, h* molorlnln muit not bo regarded • * Irfltlirui t« pray by Uraftln* rountry eonotablm. I TODAY'S I KQakfaad* I YOU SHOULD I KNOW IT PAGET A NKW ll*ht Franrrh ear I* with front wheal brakaa. Makes an Oil PumpSi Engine Better Than Tkla la a HIM walaM al BWHHk" la aat tk» LraaHt rtak rACTOMT OCAMimaP Nat «a aalaa Nat ta a lay DM ta ■»■»» Nat ta !«■« all Kartarr ru»lake4—-*• Baa RALPH V MEAI KnRTIIWCrt DIVTMITT Toayfc H. Plka. Pftaaa Boat