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WEDNESDAY. OCTORER 10. 1921.
Hie Seattle Star Dfttlr •! 1 SOT A»* Wn«hln«ton. Mbicription Rates ■ BT Milt. IN ADVANCE ■ IN Tim StATK month *J J? m0nth5.......••••••«••• • J J" ■p mnnthi... ■ Jjj ■ outride or JT ate of ■ wamunoton ■Hm I* per month. or I* oo year ■ BT CARRIER IN CUT Br month 10 I Rates Per Insertion ■TNutnt rttn* •««HWai. •* Kl> a Itae pe» lawHlw I"' 1 "•J*" ■fa Itael. *•« lM»rtl»»a »•' Bn*«lr.r ea*h la a*vaac<. adver- Kai. IS ceata a llae P»f * 81. ward. ta a llael. Mm laae*4l«a ■r Ik* >rl« at 1". ■ rlaaairtra .d.frtlw""" * " K.*t>4 ■» ta It a>ta*k wwk II far tha malar afterwaaa Hl iV.*a, m«ll la *»•«. ■mm. a.k far tfca flaaalrtH Eat H»Hf»wal. am 4 J*" Baala* Kef are tha larffal «a4l»a» I Ike Narthw-wt. he Largest Audience in I the Northwest The Star's ■ Want Ads M Phone Main 0600 B r»:MAIJC HTIJ* wavtkd ■V!I. SKliVll'l' I XANIINVKTIONa. ■ Seat He. t>«ob.r-No».mbar. 1 «•< B Hon*. |l,4»#-»1.«00 Age. ■ ward Kiperlence "nn»<-«>«.ry I For rraa particular.. In.trurllon. ■ writ a J. Leonard I former Clvu I Service Rxamlner). 1 lit Equitable I Bid*. Washington. P < ■Fantf.d i:\rKitifN ri- hibls I to worh In paper bo* '• rt "*'7 jf* I nty Keyatone Paper lio* *' L ~ it Baa Wetafleld can t rcj>alr your r watch. throw It way. »»« tnl«v I Bt* Ore-,, ci rr i- ';' it 6TI M K PIANO PL A N 0 jtaught |PI PI pa at. Mj MALI HKI-F WASTED i HKRKIS VOIR I'HANI'K LAa Interview co.t. you nothl"* rVfome an .apart l.waler. repairer or en«raver In » ahort I ff |L „Vi in nd ar onabla. hool s§*j£j(i «k«ft y «r» iizx • 1 ilß "■as- " .. kiJ ultabl. rspEC- J".* ortunl h?olTl.t r%lnmff rßsa & . ot *T [•irons. --XT --?- ' ooon u N«w - ViTio« r OLASS Ulll.f '*■ . RUCKH ■a. Call , ■ >«lr for :hwar% —- TiATMBO WAWTBP—MALM Lr-ww WAirrro Atrfwm mi MMfcSffM ■•llia > I R3!M IN irilM CM* •* PA¥TCR- Km •»* kalaomlnln* at modest* HrS-Tcaa. Call Al Nlnnl*. Oarfleld E|si»evenlng*. M«t» *s»» «•»% HuNTING PAPERINO. TINTING. Rg W price. by »n Al mechanic. MV)l« Kmwrf >Tlt. ■EkPKNTBR AND CONCRETE GA- Hi.r. built br day ®r contract Whine Garfl>ld till. rWSf~TLU kindS ok furnace *l|l 11 m Satisfaction guaran tiee! Beacon H55- _ UUSBMEN WANTED ■nk«gD OOOD SALESMEN. ■CSb or without car*. Kin* Una: WCSn to handle. Deliver goods IU rat the momr. Store* only. ■ tM mika Bice money. 1111 H I -fltfrd »»>■■ Room 1 Irvg|-.K ~HH I lIT MANUFACTI I Kft Hwints agents to *ell complete llna I of »hlrt* direct to wearer. Exclu- I "Jive patterns. Big »»•"»•• „ Kr *L* L ismplfi. Madison Mill*. M 3 Broad* fcwtt. Hew York. Hi MILES PER GAIJL/1N MADE A>|th new patented gasoline vapor- Write for particular*. St rail - MT. V. po riser Co.. Fukwana. a D AND WOMEN TO ordera for the best soap on marvel Call SOT l»th ave. LOOT AND rOUNP SIEVBHMTESH BAO XT ■■Railroad ave. *t.. Hfboraday momlnf, October I*. $l5 HC.var'l If returned to 2015 Second No question* aakad. ON POl'RfH AVE. W »« turloy. Elliott 2m. IIRKHHMAKING 'or Millinery »n<l 207 McDermott flld RNISHKD ■ IOCAM AT fIKAOJ; K, water: bath; fireplace; low VreVt Main IMB. ■ToD ERN « - ROOM HOCTK|2O_ 117 KaTth N Owner. Rainier OM7-J. Br" rVRNIHHED HOUSES K=Tn KAT i-ROO M Kl •f IN ISHED on level _ eet He- Kttl* Win. F. Howe, Tit New York fc?TJ, liANOE. HEATik FORTS ALE. *■"o7 Will exchange for gas range. | Main S7ll. fcVAI TIKUL MT. MAKER «-It<>OM home, complete, with garage. 3(53 Menford. JTROOM" MODERN HOUSE, FIJR £ niched; rent reasonable. Kenwood APARTMENTS AND FI-ATS Ki'~MOi)eßN J-ROOM AfART- Plent. fine location $22.50. Juat ■ Mntehed. Elliott 024 i. »rfK BACCHUS - NEW: MODERN; tVIMm heat. 3-room. $12.50. taat Opportunity ■ TAB W AN tad® »» n KMNHKII ArAItTMKNTS AND FK\TB •-TI- VM Id: vri'l> 1 ri;Nt.- 1 -Hrf> Tl K room, or apartnienla. all Amer ican. reaaonable price Alaakan. opposite Moore Iheatra Rk.WI.Y TIVTF.IV KVWRYTIIIMI furitlahed. J roonia, modern, )7 per « e. I. Vlli.it t (IMS j-ROOM APA RTM KNT: PUIVATK halh, clone In. adult.; reasonable Ml N,.h 11,11 axe I RotiMS. M.I I I INiJ POiK'll (»: 31 HKM.NIIM) HO I NK KKI.PIMJ HtHIMN r'II it Ntsll Kl> HOI'SI K1 1 I IS,; rooma. popular priced, central. The Thrift 1131 Sixth av*.. near Union. fcFWI.Y Tt VTKM KVKBVTHINiI furniebe.l $3 50 w.nkly Clo.e In WlltH wit : Ft KNIRHKD OH i I'AHTI.Y Fl It nlabed. private home. do*, in. Nor Hi HI 111 M WANTKD—KOARPKna HAVK <KM>l> (loMi; ANI) lIOAKD for a mall baby. |3!i monthly. Ml iiqii tm-M « WANTKD—MI9TKULAN K4)t?S WANTKICTO RKNT Oil BI T." ON term* a dra« ta* N It llarber. Bo» 161. Camp. Wa»h « rOR MIJi-MISOOXANBOW O. ~B 8'11.1.l AMH I*6. I»tt Klial Ave 8 SASH AND DOOKS Flour Blna |1 r,« Cupboard Door. 1 dfl saah 10*}| .4 lights »n Saah JUtIJ 4 ll*ht. . 111 Wlndowa, 14.14—1 llsht. I 10 Ironln* Board and Cabinet, com plete II 00 Se. u. for Door, and Window, for any kind of a building Plata Olaaa Wlndahlelda put In your car while you wait. O. B WtLUAHR ca F.tabl'abed till ovKs rp TWW *lOlll Thick Wilton velvet plain .red m*a. In all alie*. al.o plain taupe or rreen »*l| frlnred V iltona a. low aa JM Thick Sill aeamleaa chenille rti*a cut to Id. In all color* Term, arranged Waldron Co.. apeci.lialng ru|>, *r<,und floor Henry Bid*. 1151 Fourth KXTRA Sl'KCl At. HAL.K OF FORKST WOOD Wet weallier make. road. In wood, had. Very be.l old *rowth fir, IS JO per cord, delivered I'liont OarfleM 01*011 dav r n'*ht DOORS Shopworn doors. II IS and up. Writ, for r-w Saah and Door Catalogue ROVIO CI'MRF.R CO. Ill* Ftr»t Ave a A 0000 Wl* V TO TRADR At Waldron Co.". Furniture I>ept. The Baker make l-hol. ran**, ara on .al» there at U4 A |»0 value. Al*o other good buy. at 111 Vm v. ratty »t. BtiItTAULK Hoi'sks CARAUIOI. Office, .tar. bulldin**. ato. Portable house*. 1100 up. arectsd. ♦>E MA R8 PORTAHI.R BUDO CO Opp Ford Factory. Cspltol lilt |l 60—PKR TON—III 4 t'lean Lump Coal Light In Ash UNITED COAL COMPANT C*p(tol IT<?._ Ul Terry N. WOOIV—MIXED MII.I. WOOD AND slab, right from mill. 11.00 cord; planer ends. K 15 tt-e«rt. or llttt cart Mala HM. OXO-O AS BURN Kit" cheap Mala 1141. K Douglas. 100 t omm.rclal Bid* . Second and Madlaon. Ml UIIKBRT TRKKrt. "|t.M KACII: Oalnea pica lie a pair Mr* J. F Del.ney Blyn. P. O. Sequim. Wash WOOD AKt> CXXAU DELIVERED, any where. Prompt 4»lt»«nr and cheap prlraa. Kx-aoldlara. jlione 11H. pRiN'TtNo piißwirjfvtrmsit iw ur4i. 75'. Prlnllof. Rubber iUmp«. Novelty Print. Kit Tth. srwiNd machine* c.ood drop hwdl lit up. R«ixlrl>«. rent ing _ Main l»il ir,f» First ave new pianos for rext. rENT applied on purchasa. Meyer- Toner. 31# Union mr mnx w<xsh.~irw uxk to double lo*4 Immediate Mtmy. Oarfl-ld *Oll J HOFFMAN BTBAM I'RKH.H. OOOD a* n*w. compleU. Ill* bargain. "L BP.ATTLE ST A R \ ftTAR KHISOI.BS IS 0# par It. delivered from will. Wwt 0334. Cumrw bought. eold. repaired. r«»r ad. Camera Klcbinftt H Hit Ar «m» Bid«. POREKT WOOD. I# •« PER CORIS. delivered. 1114-R-I. call after I •Tinlif*. aT~oQ> orowth pir wood, i»- Inrh. 114 per cord. 1 for 111. Sun- BRT" SHIPYARD VJ<SOD,|I9 CORD. IS I# »4-ror<l Phone Eaat *347 fAMbD-tiiD cLbrMlkd AJ*B F'lrn Owl. 1117 H l.t Elliott lltl. eiamfxwtoicsa EIOW rvmis. 7411 Ort* ct. Kenwood 1614 JcaVava'ih HATS IIH 1W let Spot cash for autoe. 1111 Arcade. n wanted—i mwmm CAU, BI'BHELA/B MAIN 4777 BEFORE TOU fUEIJ* It mean* more money for your ftftnlture. They buv anything BUSHEUL.S AUCTION HOUHB Maid 4777. 30#l-l# ffcond A*a. Blake buy. 4#lPlke. Main 4MI M POII.TRT OEEBE. 810 AMD FAT. FOR AATJG 4121 ISth ava K 57 PET STOCK real collie pupC t mal.ru. i frmalM. phone Ralnlar 0111. or apply 1(10 Boacon ave. • I FOR BALK—AtTOMOBIUW C. R WTLUAMI SELIX ALMOST NEW CARS Al.*o USED CARS AT LOWEST PRICE* 1921 Ford touring ....I 171 1121 Bulck touring ... 1,400 1»1» Bulck tourln* .. 1.050 lilt Studebaker Big 0 175 Cadillac I touring .... 1,175 Overland 350 Studebaker delivery .. ISO Chalmer* Hl* 711 Reo Four 1" Maxwell • 2&# Liberal Tarma and Trade* C ft. WIUIAMH , 711 E. Pine. Eaat Hit. SEE trs FOR REAL ÜBBD CAR BARGAINS Our car* are a* represented V All Care Reduced From ISn to «•« Liberal Terma SEATTLE AT7TOMOBIXJB SALES COMPANY Established IS Yeara 1101 E. Pike St. Eaat 04« L SNAP IN PACKARD * •-cyllMfer Packard roadster. In good mechanical condition; good rubber all around; fin** motor; »elf-*tart er; new battery. Some car. Price $3OO. MAIN 00*7 l2O Spring St. YOUR 1 HE I'l T IS GOOD No eaah required a* first paym'nt to purchase used car. You need not start paying for 10 days. Bal *ncc eany. Open evening* and Sundays. Henry M'isabach. til E. Pike. - AN ENTIRE ELECT OF TRUCKS and p*sacnger cars, shop tool* and arcesaorlea. Will pay you to In vestigate. Seattle Brewing * Malting Co., 6004 Duwamlsh ave. phor ' Sidney doni I'ORLS- NEW AND USED. SMAIJj caah payment, balance monthly, A CENTRAL AGENCY, Inc Authorlx-d Ford Deel-ra BROADWAT AT PIKE. EAUX 0320. «1 rftß StI.K—AITOMOItII.KS • • •••••••••• •••••• t • • • •••••••••••••••••• •• • • ••, ■ • • **— * * •• • • • • NDTIC K • • •• • • ••■ • • • • ——. • • •• • • • • FRANK WATBRHOUMR • • •• • • • • A CO. • • •• • • •• • • • • MAKUFACTTRKM • • •• • • • • or THE • • •• • • •• • • • • VULCAN TRUCK • • •• • • ••■ , • • ••, • • •• • • • • NKW LOCATION • • •• • • • • lHt BJCNKCA 8T • • •• • • • • Whm 10th Oroa»e® • • •• • • • • Madtion fit. • • •• • • •• • • • • ,_n • • •• • • • • SAU S AND FHUVirK • • •• • • • • T>ErAiiTMK?rr • • • • i •• •• • • • • Vulcan Trorvkt • • •• • • • • hirnal Truck* • • •• • • ••- • • •• • • •• • • • • Rebuilt Truck* • • •• • • •• • • • • Termi er Tnd« • • •• • • ••_ • • •• • • •• • • • • •••••••••••••••• • • • • •••••••••• •••••• • a BATTK.It Y MAN HATH TOt'R n|,|) hatter* I* N O. Lat OKU KHODKfI •ave It Work guaranteed. 1011 THIRD AVr. MAIN 1»4» CASH PAID Kill! AI'TOS AI.SO tradaa ami ..changea Repairing by e*p. rta. Dodsun * Joa.lyn. IMI ftr.<adwav —— ► INK CHANDLF.h. FOR <JUI<K aale. 1*00: term* Sunset 1001. «?3S Se. "nd avo N W in irk u<iHT six. puivaYklY owned. rictllvnt condition, |SSO. I Kaat Till LOAN'S ?>N AI'TIW W II11.1: IN OWN fr't possession 11 It Arcade ltldg. iri'lT fABH mil ALTOH. CALL 1114 Arcade Bid#. U WA.NTKD—AUTOMOBII-Klt CASH PAID POR I'HKD KOIID CAIW C. R. W 711 10. Pin a St. HlOltlWr i'AHH FWirFifl6T6H good light cara. Henry M.>aabarh Auto Co, 111 E PlUa at Eaat IWI. •4 POR RAIJS—AUTO TRI'OUI BKB THESE UKFOUE TOO BUT Rao Bnaedwagoa 1171 l-ton Ford 'M White apeed trurk 10* llnn Federal completely overhauled 1.40# 3-ton Federal long wheel baa*. Juat the thing for lumber or wood hauling 1.100 l-toa Aetna, nearly 1700 ACME MOTOR TRUCK HA I,H ca Phone Eaat 304. 1101 tltb Ava. 7» PnR SALK—RKAI. KHTATK A HACHiril K " A RKAI. BUY 4-roofn houaa. on half-a-ra el land. Juat outalda tha city llmiu: only 1 blorki to car Una; on graded •ttMt; on eornar; electric tlghta. watar and telephone; garage, ground all cleared. A snap far I1.0M; Hi# down, balaaca vary ?s* jr n m. vruriN tt# Hlarkley Bid# Second_and Columbia. Elliott HIT. A GENUINE TIARiiAW 11.100 3-room. alcety furnished cottage. ♦*- captlonally naat and rlaan; on lot 110-foot lot 1100 raah. baiaaca rasy monthly paymanta. PI RESIDE REALTT CO. 4110 K. Madlaon 81. 11l N Y. RTV. Eaat #Oll Elliott 3131. ROOM*; bKAkICD CiaC mg; built-in china cloaat: larga kitchan and pantry; I b«droom»; lot 33x110: on pavad atraat: nr*da •dim work dona, and It will bring II.&00; haa an cxcallant vlaw. I too down or auto aa flrat payment, balance ona yaar. no Intaraat If paid than. Uxik it up o*s W. Nirkaraon. Mo. 13 car paaaea the property. JOHN DEPPMAM 441 New York Hlk MT. BAJTKU rtHTIIICT BI NOAJUOW 16,000 Itaautlful S-room bungalow, with hot watar heat, oak floora and other flna featurea; living room 11x31. splendid dining room. I nice badronma and bath, cabinat klt'lian. Including electric range, full cement baaament; aweeplng vlaw of l*ke Washing ton and mountain*; near car. Very aaay terma Aak for Mr. Waavar, OEO A. SPKNCKR A CO. ?ni Hinckley 1(14* Main 1740 Lake wahhinoton view ll.liO— Dandy bungalow, S rooma and hath; nice lawn and flower*: lot COil20: located In beat dlatrlct on Columbia Helfhta. with fine view of lake and mountain*. |2SO caah. balanc like rent. GEO. A. gPENCBR * CO. I«I« Kerdlnand St. (Columbia) H. D Marah. Mirr. Rainier HkS'-IU I'AIiK HAROAIN 1100 CAHH. »2S PER MONTH Glvea you poaaeaalon of thla com filetely fumlahed l-roem bunKa ow. modern except heat; fire place; 2 bedroom*; lake vl»w. Price $2,200. Let me ahow you thla E. O. WINBIQLER JoM_Whi«e 1!I<1* Klllott «»fT. I>M)K AT THIS. tt-arre: 4 - room modern bungalow under conatruction: large chicken houite and brooder; half-block from pavement and Beacon blvd. A bargain for toraeona. liberal term*. OILBERT * Ctt •21$ Rainier Ave.. Near Rate It Rainier OCII. NEW" i OTTAGEI! I ran *how you aeveral good buy* In new. up-to-date cottage*. I. 4 and S room*: hard wood floor*; full cement baaement: fireplace: fur nace and every btillt-ln feature. Eaay terma If you want them. 10 to 12 minute* downtown. II c PKTERH. 72« Third Ave j| ST COMPLETED MODERN 4- room house; lot 40x100: 16 minute* from Pioneer square and 4 blocka from Beacon Mill school. Eaay term* to right party. Apply to owner, Billy C. Nel*on. 110 L. C. Smith Bldg., Main 3715. or 301& 17th ave. B. "CULVERS-QUEEN ANNE Come to u* for the beet buya la Queen Anne hill property. R. C CULVER 14 Bo*ton St. Garfield 0077. WEST WOODLAND $3OO CASH, $2O MONTHLT New. modern bungalow. I room*, full ba*em»nt, only lI.SOO. Phone Sun eet 1417 evening*. AT SACRIFICE ACRE. EXCEIX lent *oll; block and half Rose Hill church. *choot See me quick. W. S. Norman. Virginia at.. R. Z. Klrk latid, Waah A PERKECT OOTTAGE. INTIIE Madrona dlatrlct. I want to aell thl* week. Phone me after fp. m„ | North .10SS T«*rm« . §M A I.L COTTAGE. $1,260; S2S down, $25 month. $O4 American RanV Main 247«. ; roil ..ALE CLEAN, MODERN houaeboat. Ideal location. Cap- Itol 2110 i 71 FUR BXI'HANGK—REAL I _J»TATK ExCHANGM "pretty" IMPftOVKD berry and chicken ranch, nn« mile north city llmlla. for hotel, apart ment, realdenn* property or busi ness. 131$ ElghUi ave. Klllott 1526-J. THE SF, A TTLES TAR 7« KOK KXCHANOIt-IUtAL KNTATR To i:\rMANni i'i >n ,-i \tti .t: v cant Into Two autontobllea. • In Portland. I* acre# at IClina, 160 timber, Clallam rnunty. 11® on highway nrsr <*helan. •-room mod ern. Heattle, lUn bi* wheat farm r«lt«ui*r country, for Income prop erty, anywhere i'om' In and let'e Mart >n\.Mtiln* *O9 Ameri can llank Hid#. KINK l/>T. 40*100 i'liJillMMl MT lukfr, ill improvemcnta patd; value SA«O. Will take light «*r equal ytlue K« Wern. 1016 Jrd axo. Pink. unvki7 iuii.ihnu u>tk free and clear, to e*« hange for real eatate contract. Klllott or 1113 American Hank Wdji 7t ACKK Mm K'IUM.WP IMfKOV 1.1» mri.TltV FA ItM Kouite with 31 rooms downatalra and I larar unfininhrd room® upatatra; brood**r houan, up to date In every r**apccL largf chicken h»>uae that will hold about 100 bit da. w«ll built, practically new; brooder «n-i • hl< k en houiie coat owner $f»00 to build: be«rlnv fruit tree* of nearly all vnrlctleii. berrlea, etc.. 2 acre# In place, all food aoll; level; bandy to boHt landtna I'riea li.lfco Hatlafactopr can amall raah payment and reaaon able monthly terma. Take Kait Madlaon car and Kirk land farry to Iturke A Karrar'a office In Kirk land. lnnuir» f.»r Mr Harlow, 40-ArHK KSTATK |7f,o To cloae an eatatn, a *«>od 40 baa be* n alanheU 4 n»llca from <>n tralia: a»»«»d »lay aotl; no rock or gravel; haa running water, ilalf caah. JO AritKK. Al-I. $1,710; $10|) CASH Naar Pacific hiahway; leva!; all clear ad, near town, hlfh achool and church, cloaa neighbors. BaJ anc»» long lime. « per cenL CARTKK. alacli?»NAl<l> A MUXJCIt INC ' i ''imhta iNL Klllott sl7§. HIM ( ACRKR rr>H l*» 0 ADJOrNINO AU'EHWOOD MANOR In tha famoua poultry dlatrlcL near tha |m»ved highway and Inlarur bao; cloae to Manor laks, achool, atore and lumber yard The beat •oil an'l climate in the WOrM for p«»ultry and berrlea ta that of !*ug«l s«unil Attra'tlva terms $10" dofen. $lO monthly. TUGKT HOrvr» I AIIVIS CO, «0:. Third Ave to"hktti,k an khtatk Wa will Sell &Vfc-acre tracts front ing on the lie. Motnea and Taco ma bl»d The fr>>nt of th*aa tract. five, a w.nderful *lew of tha nund and mountain., tha back I. alder btfttom garden land. Price 11*1 per acre Kvery tract a bar gain. Very eaay terma. A. U NBWHU, * SON -HO Spring 8t •" • IJVNTV ftO AND CP Ths erram of snohorolsh >nd I<ewl* counties; both boltoin uil benrb, ortr town*. irhn»U and road*. • tcady work walking dlatanra, Two large tract* Just opened to •el tiers lleat farm >tluM IB atata. Uini larma J F GRAHAM OOMPANT 100S American flank ltld(. ' LOOK HERE" ONI.r ISO I'AKH Wee, level acre tracta. Jl»l north •( the city, overlooking l*k« Waah- Ington city water, light*. phone. Prlc* MOO to 11.500. only ISO ca*h. no more parrnent for * month*, while ynu make your Improvement. Oarfteld 2• I 7 McCAI'LET CILIIIL __ IL" American Hank Pldg. KIM. At'REAGE TRACT i'l>WK IN. rr»o 1 irroi good aider land; gentle eaatern *|ope; live aprlng. go.>d all year, walking distaste* Interurban at Foster; drive Seattle public marketa St minutes. Aoslous to selL |7SO| term* 1100 caah. bal ance 110 per month. Ken Mr. Oli gen. >Ol Mutual I.ifa Rldg ACHKAGti NORTH OK CITT UTS here and work In t|* dtr rloae to paved road: good trans portatlon; electric llghta. power and telephone. IS acres. all r I eared and under cultivation. Price |Uit, easy tarma A. R NEW EI J.. A BON HO Spring SL _____ IH ACHIO*— IMPROVED On Beattle-Tacoma electric Itaei framing brick highway, Improved with email house. all of land thoroughly cleared: deep, rich, black soil: bandy to Kl«i«l and atatlon. Trie*, I1.1S0; tarma. |2M caah. balance 11 ft per month. RIRKE * FARRAR. Inc. 101 New Tork Hlk. S. i < ASH AND SI" I At II MONTH will bur >4 acre» of good land, aoulh of rlty llmlta, rloae to paved highway and good bua aervlee to SEATTLE TTlla la eaay to Im prove. and will nak* you a fin* home. ftJTTORP LAND CO. «17 Third Ave. Open Kvanlnga. lo acreS i.kvi:L iANb, witit timber, on main highway, near mill, eaal of Auburn. |700; aaay UfM JO acrea. small hitiM and barn, about half cleared, near highway, nulla and *< ho.il, east of Auburn, tl .100: eaay terma OWNER. llenry Rnlldlttf. I.ITTI.K FA I*MH . H-acre and acre tracta, eloqe to north city llmlta. 10 and ]O-acre 11arte near Renton \*-acre tract* with small bouaa. In W«l Seattle. lion caah and (II per month will give you any of theae. H c l in II- -<l T! rd Av is ACREH UKE FRONTA •<. Between the two highway* south of the city; county road along one end. lake on the other. Ideal apot for a waterfront home; excellent aoll; parked along lake ahnra; abundance of wood. Price for quick ante, lI.ISO. A R NKWKMj A RON lJo_Sprlng_St. 1 ACRES. N't 'UTII KNI> KN AP Thla tract of rich, level loam aoll. overlooking lake and mountalna, walking dlatanca lo atatlon. la a bargain. If you are In the market for aoma such a place you will buy thla. Price |SOO, SIOO caah. P. VAN AIIHDAI.K lOl d Third Ave HERE IS A HNAP -10 ACRES FINE ruarah land. In Snohomish county. 4 mile* from Maryavllle. gll clear ed; good buildings; 10 milch cowa, 2 horaea. machinery and crop*. Price 112.000 rash. llenry Oftebro. Mn ryeyille, Waah.. R. t. 1 ACRE. .It OUTSIDE OP CITY: house, chicken houae; family or chard: amall fruit; flower* and shrubbery. Price 12.000; tarma ICO# caah. balance eaay. MBRRITT REALTY CO. 721 New YorkJJlfc. , ' a Snap 120-acre dairy ranch In Douglas county; t-room houae, barn, out building*; fine water: St acres can be Irrigated Owner muat sell A bargain at 11,100; terma. Ownar, Bin <l6l, Auburn ONI.Y 1100 CAfltt 4-ROOM BUNGALOW Just north of the city I have a fine 4-room bungalow, with fireplace, on t4-acre of ground, only 12,100. Elliott 2162. 1111 American Rank "Mfc ... 20 At Rl;n, 10 IN TIMBER. 10 MOHT- Iy cleared; good berry Still; some berries; house and dutbulldlngs; 3 mile* from Auburn. Il.tOO; terma lion tjlil. Auburn. SO FARM I-AMIS 810 OPENING BAI*K Of TAKIMA VALUEY FARM Located In Ihe richest part of the valley; lieet of anil; cloao to town*, school*, rallroada and Inland Em pire highway; under government IRRIGATION PROJECT You have a large tract of land to choose the location and kind of land you wlah. and by looking it over early, you t an select Just Ihe piece that *ull»t you. For a short time only our prices for 30 and 40- acre trarta are |2S PER ACRE ANT) ITP We are the owners of this land, and sell on eaay terms. We have the Irrigation map*, pictures, samples of Ihe soil, etc., at our offices. Join it* on any of our regular Sat urday trips and see litis land gnd Yakima valle/f YAKIMA RIVER FARMH CO. JH7-OJ* Orren A HOME HTAHTiD f aores of good soil; 1 acre cleared; t4-acre In strawberries; small house and other buildings; close lo school, church and good neigh bors PRICE SIOO; ir.o cssh. CLIFFORD LANI) CO. 117 Third Ave. Open Evenlnga. ASKS $825,000 IN FRAUD SUIT Vandcrvccr Claims Hillman His Debtor Conspiracy to defraud George F. Vanderveer attorney, out of sH2fi,ooo la charged against Clarence D. Hill man, HoatUc roa 1 eMatc fiuui. In a suit Itcgun Wednesday in wuperlor court and before Judge A. W, Km tcr. . The ault, which wag begun aeveral month. ago. WHJI recently tranafnrrad hy Vaudervaar to lit* divorced wife, Kleanor D. Vandervaer. Attorney* for both partita enguged In lively aktrmlalilng, Wodneadujr, ovar Intro ductk>n of tmUmony ami document* fnitd" by V'undrrvi i 1 r. The .pacific charge* accuse Hill man of forming a con.piracy to .win <ll<- Vandervaer of hla lam lurid hold ing*. by which he gained their con trol. Similar aulta are heint? brought airulnat Hltlmun In Han Krnnclaco. whera ha waa under Indictment for tha alleged defrauding of Kdward Wlnetnan, promn.ent Bun Iran' la can, of peal e.tale valued at approxi mately tirs.ooo. The action la brought Jointly agalnat Hillman and hla wife. IW-sala Hillman. Wants $lO,OOO for Loss of Wife's Love Benaux* George Gianetti alienatnd tha a/r<v-tl<>n. of Man. I'oter luaa muaaen'. wife, a. alleged In the com plaint, Raaamuaaen la aulng tilanattl for |lO 000 damage. }n Judge Auatln Orlfflth'a court Wedn«a<lav. Tha complain atataa Olanattl entlcd Mra ria.amuanen from her hu-l ud dur ing tha latter month* of i#i». Start Search for Lost Vashon Girl He ««ld her .later waa 111 In Heat tie. Isabella lockwood. 11, dldJi't know him. but rhe behaved him. Hha left Vaahon Island October I#, with the unknown friend of her tin u»r. Mm Oladva O'Brien. 401. Wayne hotel. Nothing has bc«n beard of the girl slntv. Mra. O'Hrlen. hearing of the rir Ctimatajtrwa thru friends on Vaahon laland. with whom her slater was ■laying. Immediate!/ reported the matter to the police. Mra. O'Hrlen hat] not been IU. nor had ahe any friend tn go to Vaahon laland to aee her sinter laaalialle. STAR AD BRINGS TOO MUCH TRADE, SAYS THIS CHAP W. E. Theodore, chief deputy fiUted H'ates tnarahal. declared Wednesday that he will hare lo quit advertising In The Htar or eta* get a cterfc to handle re apotum. "1 had It calta Oila morning from a little news notice In The Star," Theodora aaid. As a reault the lattsrh Nora I'll waa aold at anrtion for 11*0 Phil Twwrogtr waa the auccemful bidder. It ITRH KH AND MINIM WTUi RUT Liberty Bonds Futreli Coupler Ca. WII.I. SRLL H Rughea Oil Co. 1 unit Cat Creek. 1 unit Montana Syndlrata. 4 unite Red Desert Oil. t Johnston Piston A Ring. I IS Alaska Steamship fa 100 Simpler Aulo Wheel 120 Rainier Ga* Crystal. I ISO Rolhert Proceas Steel r SOO I'nlveraal High Power. 1000 Weatern Smelting A Power. 1000 Davis r*r Co moo Columbia Red Metal 1000 Alaska Petroleum A OoaL ISOO Wyoming-Pacific Oil. MAX WINKIJKR ?!4 Union St Elliott "«-.0, HTOCKS OPFERKD 10 Johnston Piston A lilac. 100 Eutrell Coupler. 100 Sound Rubber. 7SO Victory Rubber. SOIMI Alaska Petroleum A Coal 2000 Amalgamated Oold Mlaea. SOno Hematite Iron A Gold. IS L R flteel common. ITSO Centana Petroleum. 1000 Forka Drilling. 1000 Metla Terrace Oil. I««7 Wyoming-Pacific Oil ISO Wichita Royalty. 3* month. 1 Thermopolte Cat Creek. Will Buy—Liberty Bonds, top price*. 1000 Western Smelting A P. SOOO Johannesberg Mining. C. J HTEEPI.E 111 Cherry St. Main II!!. M ill SI NESS OPPORTUNITIES Blffr BUT IN SEATTLE Goo 4 garage; fully equipped, service cer. totila. all equipment. Will In voice 11,700. Men going to Mex ico thla week; roust sacrifice for 11,100. Don't mlaa thla. Sun*et 1007. fi A\TC TO GO liAffr-WlUi REIXk exchange my fin* bualneaa El liott lilt. iUK)MINtI IK >1 I: Ft HI RENT, 14 • rooms. Slim First ava. Main fiss* _____ _ ItiflO <!KTS vor A GOO 11 IIUSI NKSR Mr Behllng. Hoge Bldg. Annas. Mr Rehling. 211 Hoife Itlilg Anne*, •ells hlgn class bualneaa housee. W ""PKR* >NAL __ A REAL GOOD SHAMPOO WITH pure Rorrabeltl eaallle aoap. ISo. Face Massaaa. with choice of four kinds of electricity. .'oc. Manicuring. 15c,: Marcel waving, a Sc. IS complete bootha. Modi in equip ment. THE RITLER SCHOOL OF HAIRDRESSING 4th Floor Taft Bid., 1107 Second A*. Phone for appointment. Elliott I3SO. Tl BERCULOMS IN IHI7 I WAS given up to die, but I'm still here. Read tha story of m>- fight with this dlsi-aae Send name, with |l. P 11 Ho* 717. Seattle. \\ ash. iIt.I.m;*TO VANCOUVER. B i.NK day thin wwk. Itoom for three. Kenwood 1011. Rl)RS&—Mra7 A. WlllelKaen. Sunset 1257. 99 CHATTEL IXJANS Money to loan, le.ndon jewelry Ca F.stahllahod 1100 10T. 2nd ave. S. 109 REAL KHTATK MIA.NH Boner for farm and acreagc loana ItOTIIE FARM MTO CO.. 10H IrA IM I.KGAL NOTICES TO WHOM n 2AV CONCERN This Is to certify that Seattle Uox (*o. has made an application to erect an addition to box factory at 401 Spokane at., lots 1, 1. 3. 4, 6, block 27-A. S. T. I<auds Addition. Anyone desiring to protest such oc cupancy must file attch protest at the office of the Rufldlng Depart ment. Room SOS County-City Uldg, prior to October 26. 1921. 19 M»R MIX—MIHCELLANKOITS 49 FOR HAIJC—MISCKLI^ANKOUS NEW AND I AC RRPAIRED ft I MADEOVER W tIWDIyCLLAa RECOVERED L UMBRELLAS y WL \ FOR SALE MORGAN, I.HIH THIRD Have You Season's First Cold? Are you anuffllng and anecilng? Noaa red, ayra watering, carry ing two handkerrhlr fa? Thla la tha time when old Mr Common fold get. In hla anceay work; when window. Ix-gln to ahut, furnace fire, ara rnude up, not enough freah air In home and offloa. The IT. K. public health aervlt* haa put together aotna uarful Bug geMtlo|ia on how to avoid and how to treat the ao-c*llcd "Common Cold." And tha little hull'tln polnta out mine of the danger*, and tniikea auggcntlona on how to avoid apreadlng the cold germ*. If you want a copy of thla pamphlet, fill out car<ifully (priming your name) the coupon below and arnd to our Waahlngton Infor mation Hureau. WASHINGTON HIKKAI Of TIIK NKATTI-K STAR, HOI) New YorU avenue N. W., \\ aahlnglon. I), v.. I wiwit to ivoM getting a rolil Kenrl m* yoor bulletin "Common I cmlowa two renU In .Unip» for ponlagft. NMIW St. A No n»r sui« Warrant Is Issued for Dr. E. T. Hanley A warrant for the arret of Dr. K. T. Hanley, Heattla phyalrtan, waa laaued to the ahertff Wednesday to be aerred. Hanley la ohargad with flrat degree aaaault In connection with tha atabblng of Nevln Gray and O. (Jaaper, on tha Knumclaw high way. Kunday night, after Clray'a car liad collided with Hanley"* machine. Injuring gcvaral peraona In both auto*. Hanley will ba arraigned In The Seattle Star DWEOrOKT Allot i»c> »-a4 I Jiw ' j" p ItAI.U l.»i.biiahea lilt. XB raui. nioderale fees: coneultatlon free. Main 7101. 11l Burk* bldg, tO4 Becond. Patent Attorney* TTOrnV.i i it in -pa - ent Attorney. American and for eign patent* aecurwd, developed and promoted. 105-1-7 Central Rldg.. Seattle. Waah, and tOI V at. N. w. Washington. D. G. Phone Mafn OKO n u ItEYNOTnS. y. P.. c. L RET NOLJ*. Eslabll*hed geattla. HIS; I year* eaarninerU. »- Patent Of fire «n? 6 I.v iri rid 1 llott 6071. pii:ititE ii\rsns, Man. i,:so 1211- 14 Hog* Rid Pntenta Tr*demarka Cntropractor Dr. EditH Moore I ®-/ 1 bR It "f Tl I'M I- ' '^ r tor. SlO-1S Height Rid.. " ""J Hour*. 10-1 Eve, dale* M. 1141. " Collateral l oan* QrTNFt fyOANEU ON Ali, A*fT cl.r of value. TUB KEIJABIJI fO7 Third ave. K«pert KWtric Itrpair* MOTOHH. APPI.IAST.H. WIRING. P J Olvn*n Electric Co- I*l Plret R KlltoH fountain Pen* RepaU"«4 CameirM Quirk itrvlct S11& (Salary Ixtaaa WE ARE THE TOtTN'JFKT I>'AN FIRM IN SEATTLE We cannot be the oldest Imtw* are gome to be tb* and PFST. beeense we offer the EAR feePVSSTTaKSaiSSE 110 To lioo Made to men and women who are working, without wlUjout Indorser. and strictly eonfldentlal k No Inreetlratlon or Inquiry of your trim** of B^lfhnnn. make* no difference who yon owe or what you want the money for, &onr promt*e to pay Is all we a**, (ak* payments weekly or month ly. the wav that Is eaaleal for yoO. F.MPI/IYES- l/IAN POflCTf K«r. Empire Rl«lf tit Second Ave. Near Madl*on. Money to Ixwn WORKINOMAVS LOAN CO. Organised lo make loans to worklnjf men and women who cannot af ford to pay a high rste LO AVH m*de on Tr X f RN7 11 RE. PIANOR SALARY. No Indorse!* No worthy pe-eon 1007 SEAROtRD PIJVI. Fourth and Pike. 10th FlooiT. VO l/»AN On diamond* and Jewelry, on moat satisfactory terms. •° cntTT sr " >4m t(l-SS* Empire Pitlldln* fticond. Near Madison A Pft TV ATE I'ARTT Loan* on planoa. furniture, ete.. on eaav payment*, at current ratea Real estate contract* and mort gage* bouaht for cash. " " A. F> ANDERSON no Sm"h RMtr Miln 41!« JToNKf TO I x\AV —Win^>AfnißfT AMOUNT ON OIAMONOS. watchea and Jewelrv: loweat ratea. Beat tie'* Oldest Rrokera AMERICAN JFTtEt.RY CO Ml Second Ave. Fstabllshed lit*. LO*NS OU~ATTTftMonri.ES Tou keen vonr car. R E. Sargent tO? Central Rldg Elliott till. Monutiiilila PHBtT jtOilNl) MARBLE A'ftftAlT. Ite Co.. Ist and Virginia Estah llshed 1«74. Optician and Optometrist J. W "*dmu7>d«. Co Patent Attonu-ya ~~ ARRY ROW EN A- CO Mech Eng. Pa tent a. I7S (|SS down. 120 t mo, ISO 1 yr.) 11l unlreralty st. Mala 1114 Model*. Patent* and Trade Mark* JT~w7MAUPIN7 patent » trade expert. 107 Hinckley Rldg. Main 17» Painting nnd Ralaominlng PATNTTNO KM.'JOMISIM! AN'n decorating North MM. Phyalclana. Surgeona fUVHUIUA I'ISM, SCIATICA. L.T7MRA go Our treatment give* immedate relief. One week * trial treatment. Open evening*. Reference*. Dra Freer and Rraden, POSH Srd ave. Piano Tuning ~ I'innii 'i'linei .lotin ! tri.ni repairs and tunes pianos rlghc Main SO2O. Itatof Blades Sharpened Spangenbrrg. Cutlery. 1407 4th ave. BantpracHc file - WELFARE. 8. P.—WOMEN'S dlaordera; no operatlona. 107 Rp ler nidg ' Violin Itepalrlng Rows rehalred. Elnlair. 1111 Ird sr. 49 rOR HAIiK—MINCKI.IiANKOI'B ' LUMP COAL—Delivered In 2-Ton rnrv rf\ a Ton GARFIELD 4l»l KUpertor court October 21. Ball ha* been fixed at 12,000. Seattle Boy to Be Annapolis Student Irwin Miller. won of Mr. and Mr*. Frederick C. Miller, of 241t Eighth avc. N.. ha« been appointed to the Annapolis naval academy, according to a report received In Heattle Wednwlajr, HERE'S CHANCE TO LAND 4-FOOT FISH Like fresh »Umon? Home rjinnrd salmon? iiakr-d Kjirom, boiled Mlmnn, nlmon salad? Every day. at the state hatchery on Sooa creek, fire mile* east from Auburn, orxith of Heattia, they're killing the big flah to get the •pawn. After "tripping the ■pawn, they tflve the fluh away to the first ap plicant. A big fonr font talmon la your* for the asking. To Extradite 2 on Abduction Charge Extradition paper* were being made out Wednesday for the return of W. G. Adams and P. V. Putnam, who were arretted HI Bncramento Tuesday by police, on request of heriff Matt (Harwich. The two men are charm] with abducting two Se attle glrla. both minor*, whom they later married in California. They will be Milt back to Beat lie to face ehargea. Both girl* wer« arreeted with their husband* and are being held Id the Butvnrnto jail, accord ing to a dispatch received by the sheriff Wednesday. ASK FOR RECEIVER A dvli action, asking that a re ceiver be appointed the General Manufacturing Co, of Seattle, was filed with the county clerk Wednes day by K. W. Sheltberg. AJbert Nel son and Anton Johnson, creditors of the concern. Aaseta of the company are listed at 15.000. of which practi cally an la owing to Its creditor*. Bureau of Missing Relatives Tka Hh mtlM Ma m<n» to m» thla | d partmrnt ■> u ild In ftiffin* mWn| nM>n t frirndt. The drparlwol h to Mr ia nmmhttmg llimi wh» hw« bun »»pamli«d. That «Imn relative* m Maadi ar> «ImH| ai* Invito* to mm lb* 4trartlr to The Star. Mm aba My km the wh»wfa»U at pirw— ■mini bi this rafcuan u inlMlnc Bra rwi—<»< ■ to rrparl to Tlw Utor. Other aewnpaper* sra ImlM to rrpradae* aarh lliwi am will liUrwl their —Mllto • • • ELMER CLARENCE HOLM— Klmrr Lltrnm Holm, S5, has not communicated with his relailvea since the armistice waa signed. IIIn mother. Mrs. Mary Holm. (IS Hugh bank pi-. la looking for him. Holm iru last known to N- In Baltimore. FOR INJURIES RECEIVED when a gangplank on the steamer liailey Oatzert slipped, crushing the bones in her toot, Mrs. Edmonds Hughes Wednesday started suit be fore Judjre J. T. Honald to recover $l,OOO damages. The accident oc curred last spring. THEODORE HABERNAL, RE- GAN HUT Wednesday before Judge Ho yd Tallman In superior court, asking (3.000 damages of Roy W. Venn for injuries he says he re ceived when Venn's auto struck him at Columbia st. and FLrst ave. last year. PLAN RUMMAGE SAUK Ex-service women will hold * rum mage sale some time next manth to raise money for furnishing the Pi service men's clubrooms and bureau, at 157 Stewart building, according to plana completed at a meeting of the women's club Monday night. POPULAR TRIO AT PALACE HIP The Three Kervllles are a noted trio who come as headliners of the new show promised by the manage ment of Loew'g Pftlare Mlp to open a three days' engagement at that the atre tomorrow. The Kervllles have an Innovation in their specialty, which features exceptional, fancy billiard shots, and includes a variety of juggling, cycling and skating feats, all presented with speod and precision. Cato 8. Keith, the well-known writer of stories and short plays, comes at the head of his owp com pany, In a play in which he shares authorship with Frank i» Whltt, a rollicking comedy, entitled "R. U. Marned." Bert and Harry Marks are herald ed as young men possessing goo.l singing voices. Fields and La Amelia contribute further variety with their skit, la beled "The Broken Elevator." Th» musical offering of the bill is that to ho provided by Pollyana, a chap with exceptional ability In In terpreting popular and classical mel odies on the piano accordion. The feature photoplay will be "Black Sheep." PACE 13 2 COUNTERFEIT SUSPECTS HELD Bootleggers Paying for Booze With "Queer," Belief With Tom Foley and rachel Hy land under arr«*t I* ®pokiu»*, fMcr *l officials were attempting to lo i-Alr, WrdnrMlay, the source of coun terfeit <lO bllU that have ben flood- In* the »ut* of Washington rs- CMitly. According to W. It Jarren, head of the local t'nlted H 1 HI»-.m ae rret acrvlce burnt<l, flooO'Kß'rH hava been purchasing liquor Herons tha (Canadian line, rn;ikln<? payment la counterfeit money. The man and woman held In Hpo kane are said to have had some of this apurloua money In their poenea •tnn. Two deals, In one of which |!>s# and the other 11,500 In counterfort hllla was passed, are reported by tba secret servlc®. lioth transactions oc curred north of Hpo kane. NEW CAMPFIRE GROUP PLANNED Employed Girls Will Be Or ganized Monday' A group of employed Camp fir* girls be organlwd Monday even ing at 7:»o. at Campftre headquar ter*. 427 CJkibe building Mrs. P. IJlly will be guardian. The group la open to 20 girls H years old or over, who can meet evenings. • • • Groups of Campfira girls wh* have been seeking suggestions for welfare work during the winter, ar* being urged by headquarters to make layettes and garments for children of all ages. The garment# are to be sent to local headquarters ' when finished. * e • The Guardians' association dl»- cussed plana for the coming year at a meeting at the Women's .Uni versity club Friday evening. Mrs. L. F. Henry and Mrs. Laurence Ogle entertained the gathering with songs. ess The Wecato and Pahat* are th« only Campfire groups in the city that have made any showing so far with subscriptions for the Torch. Both of these groups have coma thru 100 per cent strong. • • • Miss Ruth Brown. Camp fire **» retary, ha* Just returned from a two weeks* vacation In Montana where the did a good deal of field work. • as A hike to l«ke Washington, fob lowed by a picnic supper on the beach, was held by Aldesaaa camp Friday. A ceremonial will be held at the home of one of the Oct. IS. ass LJtahnl Campftre wfll have a din ner at their next meeting at th* home of Haael Close. It is to bo given by Haael Clone and Ulli* Nordstrom, who are to become fire maker* the first meeting in Novem ber. ess Nlwauna Campftre Is planning ft gown decoration meeUpg and a Halloween party. Betty Neatby ha* become a full-fledged Campfire girl, and Ijcola lambe is on proha* tion. The last three meeting* th* girla have worked pasting picture* of clothing and household article* on carda to be uaed by Americani mtton classes In teaching foreign mother* to speak English. • • • Elutatahnl Campfire win hold ft ceremonial meeting neit Thursday nlgbt at the home of Ruth Riggers. • • • Awinta Campfire has decided to have a Halloween party. see The Ahw&ndaha are giving a rummage sale today. see Wapo-tra Campfire win hike to Foster Island for lunch at it* next meeting. held as check passer W. E. Nolan, 40, a salesman, waa arrested at Third ave. and Yeeler way Wednesday by Detectives Yorts and Williams. He Is altered to ha.v« passed a bogus check on Mrs. Jan* I.J4>py. Ytarter way, for s3t. Soviet Leaders Die; Red Ku Klux Klan ODESSA. Oct. If.—A secret organ ization, modeled after the Ku KJux Klan, h!Ls taken up arms against th« bolshevik!. Several local soviet lead ers have been found' beheaded In Southern Russia towns. The sign of the organisation, a red cross, waa painted on each body. Capital and Labor Scrap to Finish WARSAW, Oct. 19.—Polish manu facturers are seeking repeal of the labor law establishing the 46-hour week In all factories. They claim Poland cannot reach lt« full St rid* with workers In the saddle. *7OO HUE IN HOUSE Fire of unknown origin Tuesday night partially destroyed a >1.500 frame dwelling house. 4339 W. Mur ray st., owned and occurled by Fred Smith. Estimated damage will teach 1700. WM. JENNINGS BRYAN TO WRITE ARMS MEET FOR UNITED PRESS NTJW YORK, Oct. 19.—William Jennings Bryan will attend the limitation -of armaments confer ence at Washington as a reporter for the United Press. Arrange ments have been concluded with Rryan. who Is now at Richmond, Va., Insuring his dally attendance upon the conferences for the first two weeks of the meeting. During this period he will write exelusively for the United Press a daily signed dispatch analyzing and interpreting developments of the conference for the United Press newspapers. Bryan expects to arrlvo in Washington on No vember 9, and his dispatcher will appear regularly from then on.