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N. W. FRUIT MEN MAKE HUGE GADIS One Man Pays for Ranch With Profits Made in First Year If a tnftn had • obnnce to bur * factory that would pay for Itself from the sales of the ftr*t year's out put. «nd l«v« the plant not de preciated but actually enhanced In value, h would worn to be a pretty good business proposition. Kven a traditionally bard hearted credit man would have to soften ft bit at such a showing. Just this sort of thing l» happen ing every little while in the itate of Washington; but the factories do not constat of man-made machinery, op erated by engine* and dynamo*, with belts and pulleys and the like. Plants »>f this kind are set In the great out doors; and while man must give them care- and attention, the power la sup plied and tha product perfected by Mother Nature. The experience of CI. M. Ferruler •f Buena. in tha fertile Yakima Val ley. la ft oaae In point. It was late this aummer when Ferquer bought ft 31 acre orchard at Buena at an agreed price of ISO.OOO. He has Juat finished his first year * harvest— and sold It for $24,000. He haa eight acret of pears and peaches, and !J acres In ftpplea, and he sold hta ap ple crop of 1»,000 boxes at 11.19 • bos orchard ran. True startac like this of Ferquer'* Mcceas are naturally drifting Into headquarters of tha Pacific North west Fruit Exposition. which la to be be Id ftt the Bell Htr<*t Terminal In Seattle Nyr. tl to M. What hap pened In FWqoer's caaa la typical. In a way. of the success that haa at tended ui»n tha efforts of the Pa cific Northwest frait growers In all the districts this year. Washington. Oregon and Idaho sre producing M.- 111000 bushels In the IMI crop, and prices to growers were never better. Aaahel Curtis, photographer and fruit grower, who win represent the Orandview district at the exposition, tells of ft rase in his own neighbor hood where • man, with IHUs or no cash, bought ft tO-acre orchard three summers ago, ftgrosiag to pay ISO,. •04 On the security of the crop then on the tree* he borrowed 110,000 to make the first payment. On the sals of the crop he paid hack the loan and had plenty of monejr to run thru the next season, after which he had enough to com plete payment on the orchard. This roar's big crop Is all to the good. lEUICHEKS Bo Bettor Looking—Take Olive Tablets If your aklii I* yellow^—complexion pallid—tongue coated—appeti poor —you have • bad taste tn your Mouth—a luy. no-good feeling—you should take OUx* Tablet*. Dr. Edward** OUve Tablet*—a sub stitute for calomel—were prepared by Dr. Edward* after IT y*ars of study. # Dr. Edwards' OUve Tablets are a purely vegetable oompound mixed .with olive oil. Ton win know them by their olive color. To have a dear, pink akin, bright •yes, no pimples, a feeling of buoy ancy Ilk* childhood daya yon must get at the cause. Dr. Bdw aids' Olive Tablet* act on (be liver and bowela Ilk* calomel — yet have no dangerous after effects. They start the bile and overcome constipation. Take one or two night ly and note the pleasing results. Millions of boxes are sold annually at lie and «•©.—Advertisement. MEMBER AGENCIES OF SEATTLE COMMUNITY CHEST American Red Croaa Antl Tuberculoids Utgut Big Sisters Boy Scouts Briscoe Orphan Boys' Home Campflre Girls Columbia Conference Home foi the Apl Crtttenton, Florence, Home Disabled Veterans of the World War Educational Center House of Good Shepherd King County Humane Society Ladle* of the O. A. R. Home Lebanon Rescue Home > Lutheran Mission Ljrni Home Association Near East Relief OUve Branch Mission Pacific Coast Rescue and Pro tective Society Ruth Home for Girls Ryther Child Homi Sacred Heart Orphans ge Salvation Army Scandinavian Seamen's Mission Seattle Children's Home Brattle Community Service Seattle Council of Catholic Women Seattle Day Nursery Seattle Hebrew Benevolent Society Seattle Junior Home of the Seat tle Pacific College Social Welfare League St. Teresa's Home St. Vlnoent's Home St. Vincent De Paul Society Theodora Home Travelers' Aid Volunteers of America Washington Children's Home W. C. T. V. Americanization De partment White Cross Anti-Narcotic League T. M. C. A., State and U. of W. T. W. C. A.. Northwest Division, and U. of W. Once a Tool in Great War Now Just Blue-Clad Woman "Mrs. Foster" and her child Of couraa It wsfti good war—well fought, Justly won. Still, war la war. and make* use of many tool*, eome of which are weak and small and only applied to tiny purpose*. No wonder that tn war soma tool*—waaker one*— should be broken. Mr*. Foster waa a tool of the war. Now she'a juat a woman In a blue dreaa who cam** ashes down a long flight of cellar atep* and wonder* what new miachlef baby haa dlscov •red. She's out at Theodora home. W3* ISth ave. N. E . a aort of maid of all work. Her husband? Only the angel designated to keep a reckon- Ing eye on the course of helterskrl ter men knows where he la and really he doesn't matter In this st gfy. SHE PAINTED THE RINGS ON ENGLISH OHIIJA Mr*. Foster painted yellow ring* on the base ends of east steel shell* In an English ammunition factory. She worked 10 hour* a day and bought her bonds, and at the end of the long day'* work U there wasn't a "toff to tnlk to the girls of the factory en the glorleo of do ing one's bit painting yellow ring* oniHeel gray shells—why. then, sh* walked about the English town. It wasn't difficult to become friendly, even very friendly, with soldier* during the war, and so— She nrarrled Featet* He »*«gM her to America en a troop ablp and she bor* htm a child. Whereupon ha "up and left." and here sh* waa In a foreign land, all lonely and alone with countless miles between her an! all she knew and might have counted on for aid. And now, by no proceea of reason. Ing whatever, we come to the point- Where would Mr*. Footer hare gone with her baby had not there been the Theodora home or an in stitution like It? The Volunteers of America found Mrs. Foster and sent her to the home, and she has been there for more than a year and probably will be till bahy's grown up. HUB IJKBB THE HOME. THE HOME UKEfI HER "We like her here and she likes a*. Never waa there * more will- Ing worker or one who does ao much and want* to do more." de- SfljglVE CALENDAR j SCATHE COUNCIL OF ,|1 CATHOUC WOMEN A/ID U .OF f Community Cheet Sen—Saves Effort AT A STROKE WIPE OUT 46 DRIVES WITH ONE CAMPAIGN s THE COMMUNITY CHEST MEANS One Job One Solicitor One Check One Week Instead of Forty-Six Another One of the Ten Reasons Why Seattle Will Raise $750,000 , * November lb to 19 GET READY TO "LEND A HAND" THE TKN rOfNTS: PreteeU the Public; Prevent! Duplication; SAVES EFFORT; Saves Time; Hhvex Money; Saves "Annoyance; Spreads Bur«l< n; Insures Justice; secures Efficiency; Builds Community spirit. CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS: NEW ARCTIC HOTEL, 509 THIRD AVE Elliott 6115 Clare* Mb* Mary Mitchell, *upei+n tendent of the boras. Now of count* Mr*. Foater'a nam* la fk-titlou*. and aha Isn't a "hor rtbl* example'* or nw a "typlosl case" of anything at all. She'* Ju*t one of th« thousands of mother* who with tbatr babies have been oared for and protected from the full brunt of a careless world by this Seattle Institution. Next mdhth—to be precise. No vember 11 to I»—Theodora home and 42 other Seattle Institutions and orimniiaUona of community aery Ira, will a*k your donation to a commu nity fund of approximately 1750.900 for I heir aupport neat year. When the hat oomea 'round to you—why. Juat remember Mr* Footer. iiiip "Papj'g Cold Compound" Breaks Any Cold In a Few Boon Instant relief! Don't stay stuffed up! Quit blowing and snuffling! A dose of 'Tape's Cold Compound" tak en every two hour* until three dooe* are taken usually breaks My cold right up. The first doss opens ctoggsd-up nostril* and air passage* of hsad. THOMAS EGAN WsrldFamons IRISH TENOR Thursday, October 87, 1:13 P. M. Odd Follow*' Hall Entire Main Floor, Mc; Box Beat* 12; Balcony fl All Plus war Tag THE SEATTLE STAR WERE V CADETS STUNG ON SHOES? Commandant Says No, But—Well, Judge for Yourself •IT. Htudents Are Rtung Again!" A alory under thla hend which ap peared In The Ktar October 19, today brought denial from President Henry Hucaalo and Charles 1,. Phillip*. com mandant of the 11. O. T. Ci at the unlve ratty. The alory we* to the effect that many member* of the cadet corpa on the riimpu* h*ve found It necessary to buy two pair* of ahoe* since they enrolled. ARMY FAU* TO ritOVIDK KHOKN • The atary continue*! "The army failed to provide Ahoe* In the training corpa thl* year, the act »>elng one of the economy mess urea recently enacted. "The men were told to provide their own ahoea, and many of them purchased army la*ue or other heavy ahoe* for drill. "Recently an order ha* been laauad that, to Insure uniformity, all men must wear *hoea purchased from the quartermaster corpa at tha univer sity. and that the wairing of other ahoea will Incur demerit* In drill." Col. rhllllpa denlea that any *pe clflo order baa been l*aued far the purchase of any number of ahoes from any particular place or any variety. Tie admits, however, that "preventive measures" were taken to prwvent tha cadets buying a het erogeneous collection of *hoea—high •hoe* and low ahoe*. red, yellow, black and white shoea." which would "detract seriously from the military appearance of the organisation and materially affect Its morale." "KKCOJUMKNDATIONS" WERK DKI.IYKD TOO l-ONO He aaya "step* were taken" to en able the cadet* to purchase uniform ■hoes at reasonable prices. Hlftlng all this down. It appear* that the only quarrel The fttor has with the colonel I* In the fact that specific order* or "recommendations" as to the kind of shoe* the cadets were to purchase were not laaued soon enough. We have the word of one cadet that when fie first entered the corps he was told that he would have to have a pair of "high" ahoea. Noth ing waa aald as to whether they must ba blue, black, tan, white or lav endar. Two weeka later—after moat of the cadets who ordlnsrtly have a pen chant for oxford* Had purr halted •top* bom run aln c r*M*r»* hui •eh*. dulls***, fevariihnta*. *n**t in*. ' Pup*'* CoM Compound'* !■ th« quirknrt, *ur»«t r«Urf known, and co*U only a few r«nu at dro* •tor**. It acta without >Nl>Uno«. Ta«tn nlef. Contain* no qulnln*. lo*l*t upon Pap*'*.—Adverturatnnot CASH PRIZE Will be sweeded at tke Hallow een Meegneends la Iritt'a Hell 4Mb d Fleet. »et.. (be Mtk, If Ike ledr * gentleman singles mm fst, tewsi Imi Oreeeed. Meat Orig inal. Beet Character. Beet cosm •eel. Tea do net have to danee le win a peta. «sme and have a good line. high ahoaa according to their re*pe< tlve tastes nn n. O. T. G. assembly was held and tha "recommendation" waa mada that thay purchase regula tlon army ahoaa, according to Tim star's Informant. Tha cadets were given to under stand by a process of deduction that, unleaa thay appeared In army regule tlon ahoaa or ahoaa corresponding to army shooa. there might be aoina difficulty. Mad this been mada clear tw« weeks cooner, there would have been no trouble. AM It waa. many of the rudeta were, aa The Htar Mild, re quired to purvhaaa another pnlr of ahoea. t 'Ol. Phillips puta It thla way: "Notlcs waa published to the ca deta that aamplaa of (hoe*, accepta ble aa to uniformity, to the military department, were on view at the aupply office, that thaae ahoea were or j-ood quality, made on last* *lml lar to the army and nary ahoe, and could be purchased at a price con- Another Big Prize Contest This Time the Subject Is Austria-Hungary Beginning tomorrow, and lasting one ll " —v. week, we will wrap with every loaf of National White or National Health F>/ Bread a free illustrated folder on Aus- J* \ tria-Hungary—a different folder each A°d we will award attractive prizes £r * to the boys and girls who collect thaw folders and write the best essays or (f y*"" ;1 J rhymes about Austria - Hungary and W , National Bread. Following are the F ° R YS First Prise—Conkllng SeUfUUng Fountain Pen, which you may now see on dto ■ V pl*y »t Lowiub a llanford's. Second Prlae Two referred mt tickets t* ~ . Orpbeum theatre. Third Prue— $1 00 in cash. Here Are the Prize Winners in Our First Weekly Contest RULES Buy N *foiHU Bread each day during the week from Taeeday, I PriuHt In Aiif fi«.f «u„ October 11, to Tuesday. November I. »o that you will be aure rTIZeS in our Ilrst contest, on the to vet all seven of the free educational folders describing colna and cuatom* of BUOject of itUSSia, have been awarded Auitrls-Hungsry. Then write about lhla ootmtry about Natiooal Dmt as follows: ' Write in either prose or rhyme, and confine what >ou eay to not mora thaa TS rw _ l r ,._, T . - words. Sign your name, addreaa and age. and your father's, mother'* or gu»r . rTW TT T r* **"*** Mai tickets u Or dlsns name, and mail to CONTEST DBPT. National Baking Co- Ml Third STSe^SSa^r rr»«« Caley, Ave. N.. Seattle. CONTEST CLOSES THURSDAY NIGHT, w-h. NOVEMBER 3 Hnv*Vmr 8 p"' *!!£ !S"! ?,f age it. eaagtiter or Mn. A. Bhientaky, M.nirr da £> Nov - 3 - Prize-winners will be announced promptly. ■partaMuu, Thirteenih Ave. and Yeeier way. Remember—you also have a chance, when you compete in this —-J contest, to win one of the grand prizes—bicycle, wrist watch, etc., to be awarded at the close of the weekly contests we are conduct* Contest on Norway and Sweden ,r * nd priM Closes Thursday, October 27 v An you boy* and glrle who are collecting the A T|^ folder* on Norway and Sweden, and writing about I I ■ these ooantriea, be sure to mall your entries to V4A\jr\lHw A Jl\A^lLj^ Contest Department, National Baking Co., SOi Thlfd Ave. N., by Thursday of this week. FOR BOYS I HW Prtw for Boys—Wireless set on display at FT"* Grand PrUct-Bkyde. yoor choice of snvtrai of ■ Bpelgcr a Hurlbut's. Um best maltra. First Prise for Olrls-No. 1A Eastman Auto B^HT^otoir- AUww)l ""****• ta graphic Kodak, on display at Uwmtn a Han fords. < irmod pr)lr H w g#J4 _ n . _ FOR GIRLS /HffiKja Kuv And rut Flm Mw-A wrtrt watefc, the kind of watch [1 J/WU/ujM OdlwJ udl jwrti ke proud to own, Bee this wrist watch en HA./I BIBIWPf _ _ __ _ display at Prank Victor's, Jeweler. (I I NATION AI **£"<£? ~ *~ll 7^v * AA M JL a \ JLi fhlr* Grand Prize—«s.N In gold. \ hm A *)*" Grand Prises Will Be Awardrd: The Grand Prises will in to the bors II Jk ■"% we oMiduct ** SCnd 111 0,6 b ** t MWl ' or rh > me " in *" Ula contests «wi MmtM Aik JLr ,n or al * weeka from now—after all our weekly contests are cloged— • _ w * *!"' * w * Td Grand Prises for the essay* or venaa Judged to be the best of The Bread IVIfA thm Indian ' w ' re " ont ,n during this enure period. », M. inatan This monns that you may win a regular weekly contest priae, and th* Head (?ra "" prl * B ■ l '' o But If you dont Win the first weekly prtse, you still haee a chanca to oompete, with the opportunity of winning the Grand Prise later. We want all boys, girls and parents in pon worktn *' * nd win - Seattle and surrounding territory to know ———J the exceptional qOalitv of National White fr'o .^S" 81 Breadl M lor •» visit this -Snow-wUK. fore, as an inducement for you to buy foreign countries with ey- UHgb Palace of OoanUnMa" ai them, become familiar with their unusual c| 7 loaf of National. any t«"y nutriment and enticing flavor, we are giv ing away 56 free illustrated folders about *jb HftK coins and customs of foreign countries, X• AG% SBW Stt -m dren R bi « list of Prizes to chil- Wffl(J Roys and Girls: Ask your teacher, or CM TWg Ol/ parents, or relatives who were in Europe ■ ■ f KJg with the American forces during the war, to describe these folders to you, and tell n w RIfIXIV _ you some of the many interesting things &cin S „ , JSSR .bout these foreign tod,. Bojr of Your Neighborhood Merch.nL He 1, Cerrylng .0 Inveatment tor Yoor Benefit Hlderably lea* tliftn that demanded In the open market If purchased by CXIHI "The prlr* of ther-e ahoe* vary from |l.ll lto |5.15 a pair. Th» miir KM prlcn would probably run from in to |l." Upset Stomach, Gas, Indigestion ——— I "Pape's Diapepsin" gives Relief in Five Minutes Htomach acidity cuuaM Indigestion food muring. ga*, dl*tre*n! Won der what upset your *tomarh? Well, don't bother! The moment you eat a tablet or two of Pape's J»lapep*in *ll tha lump* of Indigestion pain, the *ournaaa, heartburn and belnhlng of gase*. due to aridity, v*rtl*h- truly wonderful) Millions of people know that It la needier* to b» bothered with Indication, dy*pep*la or a dl*- ordered *toma<-h. A few tablet* of Pape'* |>lnp>-p»ln neutralise aridity and give relief at one*—no waiting! Ituy a sixty-cent case of Pap*'* l>l»- p«p*tii now! JJon't *lsy mlaer&bl*. Regulate your atomarh ao you ran rat favorlt« fooda without causing regret.—Advertisement Gold Importations Reach $66,515,233 Oofd Importation* Into the l.'nlt«>d KUl'ii during R»plnmh»r reached a toUl Of Thin lit f4.000.000 better than the monthly avifnge for the yur. It la $20,000,000 lielow the Auiruat rerelpta. Heptnjnber export* were 11,441,7^1. OHHININO, N. r.—Dr. Amoe O. Hqtilre uin-a $lO,OOO worth of nullum in treating ianwr of John Duffy, prtaoa Inmnte. MONDAY, OCTOBER 24. IV>i Boy's "World Trip" Halted at Tacoma waim TA COM A, Ort. 24.—Kl*vw old Richard Milium d«rld<<l to 1»» v « hto homo In Honltle Hun-lay. u> tlw world, undertaking th, flr(lt . of hie journey hj, riding on the "row. catcher" of an intitrurben »lectrl« iraln her*. A policeman met the |-,ij on hln arrival, and he waa to b« re. turned home today. blaine Mr*. Rebecca Black wood, agnd 10.'., dlae near flasehMr* 0. C.