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i / /i.i mm ABOVE MARKET! - " NEW T 0 DA Y " " &apos; lrO:alp]r'll :mg]PLILT11BJr XO]r,8 The Apron Shop, 4017 Arcade Bldg.  " Good Aprons cheap; Qtir own make, HOTEL BTEWAR 0 llr "   - v.rJSZDZ wOBP]tTLT, t'lJt13rl( GIFT8 OF CHARACTER Hot and cold water and steam hellL 517 Mad/son aoal I$JgOO v- tom ]r{[7]$m, 3515 woodland For the unusual gift visit our shop or EC ION I I' % #t .f';/Z  youngPark Ave.,ladles.Seattle, will accept reflnea ]$$,B.1Bsend]ultarD(lZlPT__Njj.fr catalog..O. --  ..It C0ST OF MILK IB  lb. TO ILlo or qde--Hlgh grade lm- IglO 70tIH v proved, unimproved bottom |and and fOle r. - creage. less than cost of improvements.  Lred tim the hl. BEING 0KARGF.J). s..,a foreclosed farms to select from. mazao t   adds.  , vo __ Also timberlands. Terms like rent. Wm. imh hem, leave  OlN. ]Emmlrttob- With clothing prices coming down maybe the women will McGee. 211 Hogs Bldg. Main 5309. lmg, ]pll, Itttom oove'd.  o- PLT  a .87 wear more drygoods. =-Wa.d--5 to I0 acres improved, close d   Hundred After Month of In- * tO highway, cash for buy; or 40-acre e1s Ill UVOrtty L, ttl ...... i 80CIETY NOT I: going ranch, half cleared. Full details, Ig,...,7$, 417 Udo  "-:-;'-'e: E. Mandle. 521/= No. Yard St. Into Costs of Materials Visited a goat ranch Sunday--held Hemstitching, Accordla Pleating. Box Pleating, Cloth Covered Buttons. W4J [' LOGANBERRY Mfl Order s handful promptly. Labor. -c/_ " running conversat|on with prize buck. _. A nice time was had, butt't--t. TIPS "'" ... . .. _.= _..--.- , .oo.._ .... Infants' 3-piece albwool sweater suits price now being paid in Seattle This New England faiJ weather must efore planting get my book in 1, 2 and 3-year size All white, coral, In the center of Business and _ atre District, Special transient _" cents a quartIs below ./H...#-..../Y.... .....  have been shipped out here by Burls- , Z,ognberrY a a Money  peacock, American beauty, brown, tan, lowest weekly rt4ts. ]h*proo Send 25c for a copy. Kelly and red. cost of production and dis- son by mistake, A]rm:LI,Y X]I" ]FI[/Z,M'A'O lecially priced at $13.50. In order- modern throughout. m * Port oWZUmmd. Wh lng remit by post office order. That is the finding of the 8cattle police are reported to have captured two burglars. ='-- O'-'v, -'----, = . "-- New " - commission appointed by Mayor Porch CIImberz and 8afe Blowers Union No. 1323 is expected to AUTO Zgt]g ...... SU[ H( Marl you oztmm to of Seattle which has been strike In protest. Seattle Pad. & F. Wk, 1527 Harvard. G.J. HAUg & 0. Clean, WI! Furnished since the fifth of October tak- , 1317-18194t Lye., kttte Elegsdltat ReasonabiOBultes withRateL]BaU from the producers and Naming babies after Harding--and In case of twins after Hard- O, I. G]g]D1(}WoBrL ]0. g&"J Aooozlnttl DIW,sM Demmut][4' Pla-tlr,Bu]PPU4mhem" Special Rates for __ of more than fifty ]per ing and Coolidg(--raay caul some disagreements in homes where &. W. IIMll'g,  the newly enfranchised voters are bound to assert their inde, OyleTr d]hst  It.lesttlefo s ttt]dar, sMJar, lmttoa ovea 1st  sa4 ]lm IMk the city's millL The =embers pendence by being contrary. Sailors' Middy Blouses . ,.-- = ,.. .  commission whose report was * * * Wrecking .... to the press late .Saturday night YOU AND ME; BOTH Auto Cos $1.5o. $1o, o $15,   weekly rates 4104t ave,, A. R. Priest, of the Seattle He bought a dlamond--3(X) bucks; lew .d .u ,-, o, ,, k, Kelly's ,o, lit &v, Ihttle When In Seattle stop at of Commerce, chairman; Dr. She said she loved him---hearly; of cars. 14membe the o. 1Rroj 11 Friends all wished him---best of lucks Motor8 from $35 to $75 Fireproof and modern conv Smith, Seattle health department 8he loved his pay-check--DEARLY. New Maxwell Master and Pinion  Located in Theater and Shopping dis- Gears, $9.50 per set. of the city milk, secretary; * * * With prlvtte bath $2.$0 and up. , Wallace, distributor, Everett;  723 E. Pine St. 1809 Broadway Mall Your Orderll trlct. Rates $1.50 per day and up. Coatlb Foxe, Wolves, Martln, $1 up. o I. and  Ave., 2 blocks fm Seattle 8end us your old style Furs to be mod- verett Interurban DeoL  J. Owens, producer, Kirkland, THE PRIZE PUMP --------\\; ' -- eled into 1920 8tyler. Reasonable connection. ., . Lai;G]$ FZt:B-]P"Og  * Passonneau, state diree- A dairy up at Carnation claims to / J# lk GGI price. Hoffmann, 1510Westlake &4th commission sent out question- In milk every seventeen days. //- . .| ,| Special attention out of -- I[IE| i town people. rJULW mIJLWB m r. rALIB O'J )  i   F Washing, Greasing, Parking to all of the produce, and dis- * * / [1, t  ., . ll Toupee and Wig ,actor)'. .in ilS,. 8pci w- in the Seattle milk shed. In The European war ha8 been boiled transformation. Mail orders " ir&,A,Zt '< down and moved over into Ireland. No While ]lg41ta&r ]eem$ ]Poadtlom ' specialty. Money back guar- Tableware and auto trimming and reSeo. to this information they wonder the people of this country antes. 514t)y]$Mt.,2dJkv. torssilvered. H.P. Hughe,l|lSkJkr, Into their conference many ol were agalnit the league. S d Pr pare Beauty Parlors Inc men for personal questioning . * . ave ,- e Society The "carry your lunch" ityle is causing the restauranteers to to enter profitable baJl1ell a  | j SEATTLE MECHANICAL AND the best authorities on cut the price of two beans and a quart of water from ,,puree---60c" citT o co--try. Suite  I'ew MeDermot lr. ELECTRO PLATING CO. to be obtained. At the end down to nearer the price of the two beans. X'o rtmlax wrlt o  NICKEL AND SILVER PLA1NJMG investigation they decided to ]goo 84, x, zIB] on, IItlrv-,I 8plaHzlng In Permanent Waving, ELECTRO-PLAWI'NG, NI Marcelling and Water Waving. Copper, Brass, Gold and Silva" 'e --* ' "" " "JPRICES OROPPING on the basis of the present lumber situation is largely responsible Highest type first grade 4th Ave. td  t. Lacquering and polishing and m mmA factory rebuilt tires made Elliott 381(;. Main 5779 oxydlzlng of all kfndm and to set a price to the for unenployment on the Sound. 1 I[|][ll [" teed '/J)O0  eattte Auto Parts. 1811 g41z Ave. (am&w) [[lll Vonderfully low prices, on the following facts: Buyers of steel and iron products |11111 IL all sizes. Write for Arrive at Price MORE MEN JOLE are reported to be waiting for the--'''----prices. It. rve]r, 570 T.&lrt, ATTENTION mmAmzv formula for the cost of produc- market to settle before placing any _ _ At1 mla#, sttl w-- 100 pounds of milk arrived at large orders. The ton price of iron --- Send 10c for ONE IMPORTED I-R0"'4LtNTO]gl HAIR NET. State color. We Import 4026 ]zookly &re., Iletl direct and sell direct CUTTING Pearson of the University of at fifteen mills is reported as $641 d  Retreading Mold. A place to get well. In the past Neuralgia, Heart Troubl  Everything in Vulcaniz- PRICES IN TWO. Send for Slat of Pneumonia, Anaemia, Nervous after exhaustive study was W[]gAT OFF; FLOU]g [[LL](} as compared with $68.61 in October, " ' it ing .Machinery. our imports. Address tlon, Kidney Troubles, Bladder 'rroubl was the equivalent of 20 pounds AT Piing W 1)RI. $88.87 in August and $52.37 in Novem-  _[  /ODI4B ngPOffiT (O, Shingles, La Grippe, Rheumatlv_ "rhro Ime grown grain, 24 pounds of ][kW U([ LOWT her, 1919. J [ Vitalizing  ]BOg 178  Wa4h. TroubleS,Paralysis, haveDrpsY'been LumbagO,succerunyNemt.treate( grain, 110 Pounds of hay Although lacking support from the   Company soffioo--s  oo.H- _ =wm[ v element of eastbound shipments, the   703 E. Pike St., Seattle.  Xl &, CY O OIM All cases taken. Materllty  I SlCtalty. Strictly private.  d hours of labor. At that rate hiogo Opt/imP, Iron  potato market is strong, without any iUiltil]liUli is costing $I 0 per hundred " medical references. 43187th Ave. . i in the Puget Sound district. Higher  Ye o. SptlL present_ upward tendencies. Fancy  ]el At walru fom Sis to $45 pe  Phorle N. 8368. Seattle, Wash. ., WO cl teach you in few wks, price being peid for milk by ]J'ket Firm With In(eued graded Gems cannot be bought in the .p Adams Oo., 7143rd Ave.. ISeattle pay while 14m, x'. fend fox" thee OOfl'Ol[ ]FllrAlll is $1.89 per hundred. rad. Yakima Valley for less than $50 per x,O M4t.l[1-320 acres Kllckltat wheat ttalOg. All cases taken; materlty calms &qM_ are paying on the Present " ton, although a few off-color lots, ranch, 275 under cultivation. More can MOLER BARBER COLLEGE clalty. Home like surroundlnl, Irltl be broken, all fenced and cross-fenced, best of care by trained nurse. Calet of 61C for butter fat $2.20 per Lower prices for staple goods, in- wherein the holder feels compelled to tohgtight'school, church,Never failingpostofflceSpring.and store.Clse 22313190cidrat-1]Fadfl Ave.,Ave"Taeoma,B4mtt'Tirlmh-Tiufll" PhoneAVe" andSid. 232.Bailey 8L, Beattle, Wl pounds with a return to the clmlinllr dot)flg,  and wheat; sell, are going at $35, which is not 10 miles to Goldendale, county seat. Nearly 50 years of successful treatm of a fiat rate of fifty cents for cm-taflment of production due to regarded as the market. Good roads, small house, two barns, of sre. g*-ay. ,hop_ and piSou .&Rg YOU SATISFIED 0ANOER milk.  factories are slackening market, unemplayment in Despite the government oit star- phonePrlce S80service.per acre.L ]. Layman,Rural roUteuotaen_a a Wilhit/&1YIg tth .LglPmi'd?sc/maoXf '0  IM $2.41 a hundred pounds on a some secUona and lower s with trig that the crop is 1,000,00 b-Jhels dale. Wash. ' of O3$OIfJtO'J[ZO m t ! the Dr. T. G. Spencer, Cancer Special hs made a special study of ml of 60c for butter fat with a re- increased efficiency of labor lhave been over that of last year, the spud mar.  O1X&  25c for whey. Averaging these ket continues strong. It is the conten- 1'41t z:irD--zo,0o0 acru of first l&Ja OI2[:lO]FlO[O OO] Syphilis and Ulcers of the Btom@AflL Has the enviable record of l to 1 the industrial trend off.the week in cta Mixed Fruit ad D!rY;/nd o.i] ]r,lF, 41 7eopl Zl,,..z ]$1d4r., Grand Trunk Palne. This ia m equi i I  - i  e$ ff per cent curm of all cae :I,CeDUMI fG items gives a price of $2.87 a hun- the United States. Wheat fluctuated tion of those who claim to know that to anything in tire  Valley whe [I lt Imft, lagXi mow, treatment. Oommlltioa If your case is beyond control we fee of 3.6 per cent milk which all the week closing at $1.74 a bushel this estimate is on the acreege buis, under cuittvatto and is offered zor uo II .... it our duty to adviaof the facL te. Also aoout 1,000 acres or Frsar O]E:g]Oij4DOII Correspondence strictly eonfldentL allowed the producer, while the editor of "The Country Gen- which is not proving out. The short- ow price of 1o per wvre to loe an e- I figures for the creameries were tleman" says that with farm wages as age of refrigerator cars and the cold Valley land all under cultivation. Full- When writing give fullest t particulars on applleatto to . W. ,, ( possible. from four co-operat/ve cream- high as are paid for plumbers the Is- bullWeathercrowd.Will' Localit is jobbersbelleved'sayaid they IB'the Igur,c. 18 ogere '1r Vmaemav  W. ] D,  -- OAllO]lOWll Four cuttings of alfalfa every in 427 kboat'd in this district and that for her cost alone would raise wheat to never before have known such free on land tn the Three Rivers CountrY. Graduate Three Year Course m,m, Wl*tro factories from the Toledo co- factory. $3.50. Raw sugar is selling at 6 cents Private Hospital servioe is dmLi,e in an unsettled market in New York- selling around digging time. Farmers }JAtLGAIN--40 acres; new buildings. Some stock and machinery. Grapes, Palmer School of Chiropractic ==ffiffi===ffiffi Seattle Gets 20 Per Cent Flour is selling a pre-war prices in have seemed willing to trade rther strawberrieS.good iota. powerrchard'and phonealfalfa'line+AllNearn zzrJ;x.121t@t than to dig and pit, as in former years, town. grade and high schools. Terms. 400-1-2 Lury Bldg. Mall your blades, sciSSOrs, I|II 41b AI price of milk to the producers Minneapolis. by the fact that only 20 Cuts ranging as high as thirty-five and as a result the early movement Y, ig discount for all cash. A splendid 2nd and Madl=on 8eLLle irrigated ranch home. Other bargains, i lit.    IllO.i   III - Adams' Band and Orchestral ho of the milk produced in the and a third per cent in clotlng, dry has been heavy on the local and Cana ;,vestern Pacific Securities Co., Room 411 milk shed is used in Seattle. goods and shoes have been amnounced lian demand alone. Central Bldg, Seattle. SHIRLEY G. CAMPBELL Write 334 Yale Bldg., Seattle. milk wa all used in eatUe the by eastern and middle west producers, Lumber and Shingles CL.AZrWO Al DffXWO Special attention out.of-town We specialize m lonlr distaste movSm would have had no trouble the price not to include the usual dis- General base delivered retail prices A near to you as the Postman. people. SO'/ ZPUu, at the immediate cost, but count for cash. Many eastern cotton, )f lumber and shingles are: parcel post to us, we pay charges 0l ]EJLTG]E B.DG. affected by the other markets one way. B Fl:e _ Kgln $$8 felt that they had to arrive at a woolen and silk mill are reported Price 000 Dixie Dye Works ffi-,n, mmmm= closed during the t.adjustment, in lx4 No. 2 V. G. flooring ......... $83.00 We epcJalize in lonar distance Established 1907. DR. D. E. McARTHUR we pac, ,hip and store. which would be fair to all con- some cases the losin taking the lx4 No. 2 and bet. S. G. flooring 57.00 x umo &w DR. LOTTIE BOULL Elllott $499 The members of the ccmml form of a lockout until  new scale of lx8 No. 1 common shiplap ..... 34.50 lkmttle, Wal. 2105 Westlake Ave. IIltt in their report stated that If they wages has been adopted "necessary to 2x4 12-foot No. 1, oommon_ ..... 31.00 ' rzo gt'lOXJllM price too high for milk in Be- tlm life of tke ladtmtr." 12x12 No. 1 common timbers .... 35.00 ____. r.llJlil l- ql yLI  giveuto ChristmasA "ktl photos.is no' k]Kam 1 thegreatSeattlecomlmtitionmarketwithWOUld come Chicago reports Irusiness on an Star A Star shingles (per 1000)- 4.50  " " I [11 ,[ P  OppositeCr" Post'frdofficeAVe" andllttlUn|On.wd your setting made now. 1 the even keel with about one per cent un- Clear shingles (per 1000) 7.50 v,( = [ l[, i'llll l'i_ lll]l "- etween Madison an . of distribution of the farm- employlaeL Higher efficiency of Saturday's Markets DR. 8, U' pecial service offered out ot towa with the result that 8 workers and - eommquent increased Unless otherwise stated the follow- people. woUldof milk.be flooded with an inferior production is doing away with the ing prices are fixed upon a jobbing ELECTRIC INTERURBAN Electro-Therapy and 8urger basis and are average prices obtained RATE8 RAISED Chronic, 81dn and Nerve Dlee _ . necessity of cutt/ng  In the Is roves--r ms Sa price which the commission has automobile manufacturing eIUes there in reports of transactions bY JoSlrs. 81"17 """" D B ry Pi Co to be readjusted each month in is some unemployment. Corrections are accurately mde each By order of the public service corn- sttlo U ar ano with the factors which en- W. C. Carpenter, federal - employ, day on the basis of bona rid@ sales mission withdrawing its stmpenslon of l-0e lza a. akmtt into determining iL The corn- sent service superintendent for this only, representing prices for good proposed increased rates filed by the .dL,],l ] ',xw' also ruled that the average state, reports lncreashlg --emPloy- stock, and quotations may be relied Puget Sound Electric Company ell II, d;tll:tl ] should not at any time be more menL His weekly report states that pon. Prices are by wholesalers to !Aug. 31 effective Oct 1, the new rates [1 ,v,v   ,,  (f  rd,qr lm f Is fifteen per cent lees or twenty- there are !500 idle in Spokane, 6000 producers:  I   or v, cent greater tlum the average in Seattle, and 200 in Yakima The wl,v,r, three other markets for milk-- Eggs--Puget Soured select ranch, 75c are made effective immediately. smwm. pum, . m- creamery and cheese tac- -'-"-----'-- " = per doz.; pullets, 5g to 60c per doz.; The new schedule provides an in- 1-tJ" Rhmb.Vtmm, FltqnINut sndtSh  rece,P&M'-Masn'continuously Fenwiohsecurlng &ltent][4tw'lt first eight months of 1920 would mean astern Washington, Oregon and Ida- creaSestationsOnofOne-waYthretenthsfares ofbetweena eentalla W_ _ _ _ca z,t_. _ _ Sattn anam. JettWuhmtn'InventtonsD" C, nceprotcted1861. S01aell countrle ]Free booklet  Mdq I Take Care of #Jrplu8 the loss of all profit to those mer- he, 70c per doz. mile with a minimum fare of 10 cents, ... h, a,o Write 482 Burke Bldg., 8ettit ___men everywhere, More wanted. surplus of milk which the farm. chants. With this fact staring them Butter fatF, o. b. stations, 55c per during the summer months is in the face the members of the com- lb.; raw milk, $2 per ewt.; dairy, 35c the new rates being based pon a -r rge  =erm  and BLA UIILOAD " taken by the distrtbutor An mission did uot deem it advisable to per lb.; bakers', 30c per lb. charge of 2 cents a mile. gilts bred or open sentlon breeding; 'llts'ls your opportunity. the eastern kind at, western prices. Bedrooms and dining set, In fact ( attempt to set a Inlce o the distribu- FoultryBroilers, 2 lbs. and under, Proposed increase of 10 per cent on Gee. De Bok, Oregon CRy, Or entire $85,000 stock, at less than todl equal to that sent in by the tion of milk at this tim as they be- 35c per lb.; springs, over 2 IbS. ZYc; fares between [Seattle and all points ! give scientific treat to ailments that wnotesaze prmes.  :lPflr, e I during the other eight months lieved that the ]lce was Tegulating hens, 3 to 3 lbs., 20c per lb.; 4 ]bs. on the Renton line are stmpended for encumber feet. ' 8T'----MSHIP TRANSPORTATION year is to be taken at the regu- itself. On some i)elmes beth( dis- and over, 30c per lb.; old roosters, 16c a further period of ninety day. DR. LOUISE FOIaSOM to 1504 3rd Ave Chirpdtst ailt'wawaJ&-'4q4MM rate for milk and any surplus tributed the men k and ban- per lb.; geese, live, fat, 23c per lb.; Brittle, Wash. WO 01/ . ' - o ]L ,  e4 &re, to the first of August is to: on others they are making a profit, hares, 3 lbs. and up, 16c per lb.; NEGRO WAR MEMORIAL READY Are YOU going home to the for by the distributor at a the narrow margin tving them the guinea, $7.50 per doz.; squabs, $4 per "----'- OLD COUNTRY FOR CHRISTM fatthanrate thef tenwesterCents aAvenuePOUnd troflt on which they operate, doz.; turkeys, fat, 8 to 20 lbs., 44c to dennes,MOUPHOIS'France:Departmentwhen the of 297ththeuni.Ar- zrODJL  If so write US at once for rate li for butter prints. 45c per lb.  ]golldM 0o.   Bt., sailings on all Steamal  " A man who had recenUy risited a Hogs--Choice block, 80 to 150 lbs., ted States Infantry, composed of ne- fwttlJ Brattstrom &  (1 Agents, 11S Cheery 8t  consnmer getting milk from )ooUegger came to a fence running 19e to 20c per lb.; do heaVY, 17c to gross, left this place for home they .  , Europe. collected from among their number m,,,  10c per roll. Prints wagons are gettt lore around a monument. After sme hours 18c l)er lb. fa sum of money which was left with "'c" 4'-']ljargemen-t-{all" orders a npelalty, we20CpayandreturnUP" in yOur SchoolJk Color made tO (rd 100 Per cent personal service ac- following the fence he sat glown and Beef--Steers, fat, 8c to 9c per lb.; the French general, Quilett, to erect pota Zqeld Z,loto Ikwvtee for 40. to the commission's regort, wept: EVANS CAMERA & ART distributors are working so close rough, 6c per lb. monument to their comrades who had 11o6  &vs.. Mefrt 715 $ Avs., , margin that a loss of one-firth of "8'no use," he wailed. "hey must a Package on the 15$4090 have me fenced in." Veel--Fancy light, 18c to 19c pe fallen in the stiff fighting of October, -[[T][ RUlK FA(TORY lb.; do reed/utah 16c to 17c per lb. 1918. Gen. Quilett has had erected an  ad Ave. distributed in Seattle by the Power flows to the ]zma who knows spring lambs, fat, dressed,  lb. soon will be dedite& etc. principal distributors dur/ng the how. Mutton--Fat, 10c tO 12c per lb.; impressive stone monoment which Everyrthing for the Traveler. Traveling ags, Wardrobe Trunks, i / /i.i mm ABOVE MARKET! - " NEW T 0 DA Y " " ' lrO:alp]r'll :mg]PLILT11BJr XO]r,8 The Apron Shop, 4017 Arcade Bldg.  " Good Aprons cheap; Qtir own make, HOTEL BTEWAR 0 llr "   - v.rJSZDZ wOBP]tTLT, t'lJt13rl( GIFT8 OF CHARACTER Hot and cold water and steam hellL 517 Mad/son aoal I$JgOO v- tom ]r{[7]$m, 3515 woodland For the unusual gift visit our shop or EC ION I I' % #t .f';/Z  youngPark Ave.,ladles.Seattle, will accept reflnea ]$$,B.1Bsend]ultarD(lZlPT__Njj.fr catalog..O. --  ..It C0ST OF MILK IB  lb. TO ILlo or qde--Hlgh grade lm- IglO 70tIH v proved, unimproved bottom |and and fOle r. - creage. less than cost of improvements.  Lred tim the hl. BEING 0KARGF.J). s..,a foreclosed farms to select from. mazao t   adds.  , vo __ Also timberlands. Terms like rent. Wm. imh hem, leave  OlN. ]Emmlrttob- With clothing prices coming down maybe the women will McGee. 211 Hogs Bldg. Main 5309. lmg, ]pll, Itttom oove'd.  o- PLT  a .87 wear more drygoods. =-Wa.d--5 to I0 acres improved, close d   Hundred After Month of In- * tO highway, cash for buy; or 40-acre e1s Ill UVOrtty L, ttl ...... i 80CIETY NOT I: going ranch, half cleared. Full details, Ig,...,7$, 417 Udo  "-:-;'-'e: E. Mandle. 521/= No. Yard St. Into Costs of Materials Visited a goat ranch Sunday--held Hemstitching, Accordla Pleating. Box Pleating, Cloth Covered Buttons. W4J [' LOGANBERRY Mfl Order s handful promptly. Labor. -c/_ " running conversat|on with prize buck. _. A nice time was had, butt't--t. TIPS "'" ... . .. _.= _..--.- , .oo.._ .... Infants' 3-piece albwool sweater suits price now being paid in Seattle This New England faiJ weather must efore planting get my book in 1, 2 and 3-year size All white, coral, In the center of Business and _ atre District, Special transient _" cents a quartIs below ./H...#-..../Y.... .....  have been shipped out here by Burls- , Z,ognberrY a a Money  peacock, American beauty, brown, tan, lowest weekly rt4ts. ]h*proo Send 25c for a copy. Kelly and red. cost of production and dis- son by mistake, A]rm:LI,Y X]I" ]FI[/Z,M'A'O lecially priced at $13.50. In order- modern throughout. m * Port oWZUmmd. Wh lng remit by post office order. That is the finding of the 8cattle police are reported to have captured two burglars. ='-- O'-'v, -'----, = . "-- New " - commission appointed by Mayor Porch CIImberz and 8afe Blowers Union No. 1323 is expected to AUTO Zgt]g ...... SU[ H( Marl you oztmm to of Seattle which has been strike In protest. Seattle Pad. & F. Wk, 1527 Harvard. G.J. HAUg & 0. Clean, WI! Furnished since the fifth of October tak- , 1317-18194t Lye., kttte Elegsdltat ReasonabiOBultes withRateL]BaU from the producers and Naming babies after Harding--and In case of twins after Hard- O, I. G]g]D1(}WoBrL ]0. g&"J Aooozlnttl DIW,sM Demmut][4' Pla-tlr,Bu]PPU4mhem" Special Rates for __ of more than fifty ]per ing and Coolidg(--raay caul some disagreements in homes where &. W. IIMll'g,  the newly enfranchised voters are bound to assert their inde, OyleTr d]hst  It.lesttlefo s ttt]dar, sMJar, lmttoa ovea 1st  sa4 ]lm IMk the city's millL The =embers pendence by being contrary. Sailors' Middy Blouses . ,.-- = ,.. .  commission whose report was * * * Wrecking .... to the press late .Saturday night YOU AND ME; BOTH Auto Cos $1.5o. $1o, o $15,   weekly rates 4104t ave,, A. R. Priest, of the Seattle He bought a dlamond--3(X) bucks; lew .d .u ,-, o, ,, k, Kelly's ,o, lit &v, Ihttle When In Seattle stop at of Commerce, chairman; Dr. She said she loved him---hearly; of cars. 14membe the o. 1Rroj 11 Friends all wished him---best of lucks Motor8 from $35 to $75 Fireproof and modern conv Smith, Seattle health department 8he loved his pay-check--DEARLY. New Maxwell Master and Pinion  Located in Theater and Shopping dis- Gears, $9.50 per set. of the city milk, secretary; * * * With prlvtte bath $2.$0 and up. , Wallace, distributor, Everett;  723 E. Pine St. 1809 Broadway Mall Your Orderll trlct. Rates $1.50 per day and up. Coatlb Foxe, Wolves, Martln, $1 up. o I. and  Ave., 2 blocks fm Seattle 8end us your old style Furs to be mod- verett Interurban DeoL  J. Owens, producer, Kirkland, THE PRIZE PUMP --------\\; ' -- eled into 1920 8tyler. Reasonable connection. ., . Lai;G]$ FZt:B-]P"Og  * Passonneau, state diree- A dairy up at Carnation claims to / J# lk GGI price. Hoffmann, 1510Westlake &4th commission sent out question- In milk every seventeen days. //- . .| ,| Special attention out of -- I[IE| i town people. rJULW mIJLWB m r. rALIB O'J )  i   F Washing, Greasing, Parking to all of the produce, and dis- * * / [1, t  ., . ll Toupee and Wig ,actor)'. .in ilS,. 8pci w- in the Seattle milk shed. In The European war ha8 been boiled transformation. Mail orders " ir&,A,Zt '< down and moved over into Ireland. No While ]lg41ta&r ]eem$ ]Poadtlom ' specialty. Money back guar- Tableware and auto trimming and reSeo. to this information they wonder the people of this country antes. 514t)y]$Mt.,2dJkv. torssilvered. H.P. Hughe,l|lSkJkr, Into their conference many ol were agalnit the league. S d Pr pare Beauty Parlors Inc men for personal questioning . * . ave ,- e Society The "carry your lunch" ityle is causing the restauranteers to to enter profitable baJl1ell a  | j SEATTLE MECHANICAL AND the best authorities on cut the price of two beans and a quart of water from ,,puree---60c" citT o co--try. Suite  I'ew MeDermot lr. ELECTRO PLATING CO. to be obtained. At the end down to nearer the price of the two beans. X'o rtmlax wrlt o  NICKEL AND SILVER PLA1NJMG investigation they decided to ]goo 84, x, zIB] on, IItlrv-,I 8plaHzlng In Permanent Waving, ELECTRO-PLAWI'NG, NI Marcelling and Water Waving. Copper, Brass, Gold and Silva" 'e --* ' "" " "JPRICES OROPPING on the basis of the present lumber situation is largely responsible Highest type first grade 4th Ave. td  t. Lacquering and polishing and m mmA factory rebuilt tires made Elliott 381(;. Main 5779 oxydlzlng of all kfndm and to set a price to the for unenployment on the Sound. 1 I[|][ll [" teed '/J)O0  eattte Auto Parts. 1811 g41z Ave. (am&w) [[lll Vonderfully low prices, on the following facts: Buyers of steel and iron products |11111 IL all sizes. Write for Arrive at Price MORE MEN JOLE are reported to be waiting for the--'''----prices. It. rve]r, 570 T.&lrt, ATTENTION mmAmzv formula for the cost of produc- market to settle before placing any _ _ At1 mla#, sttl w-- 100 pounds of milk arrived at large orders. The ton price of iron --- Send 10c for ONE IMPORTED I-R0"'4LtNTO]gl HAIR NET. State color. We Import 4026 ]zookly &re., Iletl direct and sell direct CUTTING Pearson of the University of at fifteen mills is reported as $641 d  Retreading Mold. A place to get well. In the past Neuralgia, Heart Troubl  Everything in Vulcaniz- PRICES IN TWO. Send for Slat of Pneumonia, Anaemia, Nervous after exhaustive study was W[]gAT OFF; FLOU]g [[LL](} as compared with $68.61 in October, " ' it ing .Machinery. our imports. Address tlon, Kidney Troubles, Bladder 'rroubl was the equivalent of 20 pounds AT Piing W 1)RI. $88.87 in August and $52.37 in Novem-  _[  /ODI4B ngPOffiT (O, Shingles, La Grippe, Rheumatlv_ "rhro Ime grown grain, 24 pounds of ][kW U([ LOWT her, 1919. J [ Vitalizing  ]BOg 178  Wa4h. TroubleS,Paralysis, haveDrpsY'been LumbagO,succerunyNemt.treate( grain, 110 Pounds of hay Although lacking support from the   Company soffioo--s  oo.H- _ =wm[ v element of eastbound shipments, the   703 E. Pike St., Seattle.  Xl &, CY O OIM All cases taken. Materllty  I SlCtalty. Strictly private.  d hours of labor. At that rate hiogo Opt/imP, Iron  potato market is strong, without any iUiltil]liUli is costing $I 0 per hundred " medical references. 43187th Ave. . i in the Puget Sound district. Higher  Ye o. SptlL present_ upward tendencies. Fancy  ]el At walru fom Sis to $45 pe  Phorle N. 8368. Seattle, Wash. ., WO cl teach you in few wks, price being peid for milk by ]J'ket Firm With In(eued graded Gems cannot be bought in the .p Adams Oo., 7143rd Ave.. ISeattle pay while 14m, x'. fend fox" thee OOfl'Ol[ ]FllrAlll is $1.89 per hundred. rad. Yakima Valley for less than $50 per x,O M4t.l[1-320 acres Kllckltat wheat ttalOg. All cases taken; materlty calms &qM_ are paying on the Present " ton, although a few off-color lots, ranch, 275 under cultivation. More can MOLER BARBER COLLEGE clalty. Home like surroundlnl, Irltl be broken, all fenced and cross-fenced, best of care by trained nurse. Calet of 61C for butter fat $2.20 per Lower prices for staple goods, in- wherein the holder feels compelled to tohgtight'school, church,Never failingpostofflceSpring.and store.Clse 22313190cidrat-1]Fadfl Ave.,Ave"Taeoma,B4mtt'Tirlmh-Tiufll" PhoneAVe" andSid. 232.Bailey 8L, Beattle, Wl pounds with a return to the clmlinllr dot)flg,  and wheat; sell, are going at $35, which is not 10 miles to Goldendale, county seat. Nearly 50 years of successful treatm of a fiat rate of fifty cents for cm-taflment of production due to regarded as the market. Good roads, small house, two barns, of sre. g*-ay. ,hop_ and piSou .&Rg YOU SATISFIED 0ANOER milk.  factories are slackening market, unemplayment in Despite the government oit star- phonePrlce S80service.per acre.L ]. Layman,Rural roUteuotaen_a a Wilhit/&1YIg tth .LglPmi'd?sc/maoXf '0  IM $2.41 a hundred pounds on a some secUona and lower s with trig that the crop is 1,000,00 b-Jhels dale. Wash. ' of O3$OIfJtO'J[ZO m t ! the Dr. T. G. Spencer, Cancer Special hs made a special study of ml of 60c for butter fat with a re- increased efficiency of labor lhave been over that of last year, the spud mar.  O1X&  25c for whey. Averaging these ket continues strong. It is the conten- 1'41t z:irD--zo,0o0 acru of first l&Ja OI2[:lO]FlO[O OO] Syphilis and Ulcers of the Btom@AflL Has the enviable record of l to 1 the industrial trend off.the week in cta Mixed Fruit ad D!rY;/nd o.i] ]r,lF, 41 7eopl Zl,,..z ]$1d4r., Grand Trunk Palne. This ia m equi i I  - i  e$ ff per cent curm of all cae :I,CeDUMI fG items gives a price of $2.87 a hun- the United States. Wheat fluctuated tion of those who claim to know that to anything in tire  Valley whe [I lt Imft, lagXi mow, treatment. Oommlltioa If your case is beyond control we fee of 3.6 per cent milk which all the week closing at $1.74 a bushel this estimate is on the acreege buis, under cuittvatto and is offered zor uo II .... it our duty to adviaof the facL te. Also aoout 1,000 acres or Frsar O]E:g]Oij4DOII Correspondence strictly eonfldentL allowed the producer, while the editor of "The Country Gen- which is not proving out. The short- ow price of 1o per wvre to loe an e- I figures for the creameries were tleman" says that with farm wages as age of refrigerator cars and the cold Valley land all under cultivation. Full- When writing give fullest t particulars on applleatto to . W. ,, ( possible. from four co-operat/ve cream- high as are paid for plumbers the Is- bullWeathercrowd.Will' Localit is jobbersbelleved'sayaid they IB'the Igur,c. 18 ogere '1r Vmaemav  W. ] D,  -- OAllO]lOWll Four cuttings of alfalfa every in 427 kboat'd in this district and that for her cost alone would raise wheat to never before have known such free on land tn the Three Rivers CountrY. Graduate Three Year Course m,m, Wl*tro factories from the Toledo co- factory. $3.50. Raw sugar is selling at 6 cents Private Hospital servioe is dmLi,e in an unsettled market in New York- selling around digging time. Farmers }JAtLGAIN--40 acres; new buildings. Some stock and machinery. Grapes, Palmer School of Chiropractic ==ffiffi===ffiffi Seattle Gets 20 Per Cent Flour is selling a pre-war prices in have seemed willing to trade rther strawberrieS.good iota. powerrchard'and phonealfalfa'line+AllNearn zzrJ;x.121t@t than to dig and pit, as in former years, town. grade and high schools. Terms. 400-1-2 Lury Bldg. Mall your blades, sciSSOrs, I|II 41b AI price of milk to the producers Minneapolis. by the fact that only 20 Cuts ranging as high as thirty-five and as a result the early movement Y, ig discount for all cash. A splendid 2nd and Madl=on 8eLLle irrigated ranch home. Other bargains, i lit.    IllO.i   III - Adams' Band and Orchestral ho of the milk produced in the and a third per cent in clotlng, dry has been heavy on the local and Cana ;,vestern Pacific Securities Co., Room 411 milk shed is used in Seattle. goods and shoes have been amnounced lian demand alone. Central Bldg, Seattle. SHIRLEY G. CAMPBELL Write 334 Yale Bldg., Seattle. milk wa all used in eatUe the by eastern and middle west producers, Lumber and Shingles CL.AZrWO Al DffXWO Special attention out.of-town We specialize m lonlr distaste movSm would have had no trouble the price not to include the usual dis- General base delivered retail prices A near to you as the Postman. people. SO'/ ZPUu, at the immediate cost, but count for cash. Many eastern cotton, )f lumber and shingles are: parcel post to us, we pay charges 0l ]EJLTG]E B.DG. affected by the other markets one way. B Fl:e _ Kgln $$8 felt that they had to arrive at a woolen and silk mill are reported Price 000 Dixie Dye Works ffi-,n, mmmm= closed during the t.adjustment, in lx4 No. 2 V. G. flooring ......... $83.00 We epcJalize in lonar distance Established 1907. DR. D. E. McARTHUR we pac, ,hip and store. which would be fair to all con- some cases the losin taking the lx4 No. 2 and bet. S. G. flooring 57.00 x umo &w DR. LOTTIE BOULL Elllott $499 The members of the ccmml form of a lockout until  new scale of lx8 No. 1 common shiplap ..... 34.50 lkmttle, Wal. 2105 Westlake Ave. IIltt in their report stated that If they wages has been adopted "necessary to 2x4 12-foot No. 1, oommon_ ..... 31.00 ' rzo gt'lOXJllM price too high for milk in Be- tlm life of tke ladtmtr." 12x12 No. 1 common timbers .... 35.00 ____. r.llJlil l- ql yLI  giveuto ChristmasA "ktl photos.is no' k]Kam 1 thegreatSeattlecomlmtitionmarketwithWOUld come Chicago reports Irusiness on an Star A Star shingles (per 1000)- 4.50  " " I [11 ,[ P  OppositeCr" Post'frdofficeAVe" andllttlUn|On.wd your setting made now. 1 the even keel with about one per cent un- Clear shingles (per 1000) 7.50 v,( = [ l[, i'llll l'i_ lll]l "- etween Madison an . of distribution of the farm- employlaeL Higher efficiency of Saturday's Markets DR. 8, U' pecial service offered out ot towa with the result that 8 workers and - eommquent increased Unless otherwise stated the follow- people. woUldof milk.be flooded with an inferior production is doing away with the ing prices are fixed upon a jobbing ELECTRIC INTERURBAN Electro-Therapy and 8urger basis and are average prices obtained RATE8 RAISED Chronic, 81dn and Nerve Dlee _ . necessity of cutt/ng  In the Is roves--r ms Sa price which the commission has automobile manufacturing eIUes there in reports of transactions bY JoSlrs. 81"17 """" D B ry Pi Co to be readjusted each month in is some unemployment. Corrections are accurately mde each By order of the public service corn- sttlo U ar ano with the factors which en- W. C. Carpenter, federal - employ, day on the basis of bona rid@ sales mission withdrawing its stmpenslon of l-0e lza a. akmtt into determining iL The corn- sent service superintendent for this only, representing prices for good proposed increased rates filed by the .dL,],l ] ',xw' also ruled that the average state, reports lncreashlg --emPloy- stock, and quotations may be relied Puget Sound Electric Company ell II, d;tll:tl ] should not at any time be more menL His weekly report states that pon. Prices are by wholesalers to !Aug. 31 effective Oct 1, the new rates [1 ,v,v   ,,  (f  rd,qr lm f Is fifteen per cent lees or twenty- there are !500 idle in Spokane, 6000 producers:  I   or v, cent greater tlum the average in Seattle, and 200 in Yakima The wl,v,r, three other markets for milk-- Eggs--Puget Soured select ranch, 75c are made effective immediately. smwm. pum, . m- creamery and cheese tac- -'-"-----'-- " = per doz.; pullets, 5g to 60c per doz.; The new schedule provides an in- 1-tJ" Rhmb.Vtmm, FltqnINut sndtSh  rece,P&M'-Masn'continuously Fenwiohsecurlng &ltent][4tw'lt first eight months of 1920 would mean astern Washington, Oregon and Ida- creaSestationsOnofOne-waYthretenthsfares ofbetweena eentalla W_ _ _ _ca z,t_. _ _ Sattn anam. JettWuhmtn'InventtonsD" C, nceprotcted1861. S01aell countrle ]Free booklet  Mdq I Take Care of #Jrplu8 the loss of all profit to those mer- he, 70c per doz. mile with a minimum fare of 10 cents, ... h, a,o Write 482 Burke Bldg., 8ettit ___men everywhere, More wanted. surplus of milk which the farm. chants. With this fact staring them Butter fatF, o. b. stations, 55c per during the summer months is in the face the members of the com- lb.; raw milk, $2 per ewt.; dairy, 35c the new rates being based pon a -r rge  =erm  and BLA UIILOAD " taken by the distrtbutor An mission did uot deem it advisable to per lb.; bakers', 30c per lb. charge of 2 cents a mile. gilts bred or open sentlon breeding; 'llts'ls your opportunity. the eastern kind at, western prices. Bedrooms and dining set, In fact ( attempt to set a Inlce o the distribu- FoultryBroilers, 2 lbs. and under, Proposed increase of 10 per cent on Gee. De Bok, Oregon CRy, Or entire $85,000 stock, at less than todl equal to that sent in by the tion of milk at this tim as they be- 35c per lb.; springs, over 2 IbS. ZYc; fares between [Seattle and all points ! give scientific treat to ailments that wnotesaze prmes.  :lPflr, e I during the other eight months lieved that the ]lce was Tegulating hens, 3 to 3 lbs., 20c per lb.; 4 ]bs. on the Renton line are stmpended for encumber feet. ' 8T'----MSHIP TRANSPORTATION year is to be taken at the regu- itself. On some i)elmes beth( dis- and over, 30c per lb.; old roosters, 16c a further period of ninety day. DR. LOUISE FOIaSOM to 1504 3rd Ave Chirpdtst ailt'wawaJ&-'4q4MM rate for milk and any surplus tributed the men k and ban- per lb.; geese, live, fat, 23c per lb.; Brittle, Wash. WO 01/ . ' - o ]L ,  e4 &re, to the first of August is to: on others they are making a profit, hares, 3 lbs. and up, 16c per lb.; NEGRO WAR MEMORIAL READY Are YOU going home to the for by the distributor at a the narrow margin tving them the guinea, $7.50 per doz.; squabs, $4 per "----'- OLD COUNTRY FOR CHRISTM fatthanrate thef tenwesterCents aAvenuePOUnd troflt on which they operate, doz.; turkeys, fat, 8 to 20 lbs., 44c to dennes,MOUPHOIS'France:Departmentwhen the of 297ththeuni.Ar- zrODJL  If so write US at once for rate li for butter prints. 45c per lb.  ]golldM 0o.   Bt., sailings on all Steamal  " A man who had recenUy risited a Hogs--Choice block, 80 to 150 lbs., ted States Infantry, composed of ne- fwttlJ Brattstrom &  (1 Agents, 11S Cheery 8t  consnmer getting milk from )ooUegger came to a fence running 19e to 20c per lb.; do heaVY, 17c to gross, left this place for home they .  , Europe. collected from among their number m,,,  10c per roll. Prints wagons are gettt lore around a monument. After sme hours 18c l)er lb. fa sum of money which was left with "'c" 4'-']ljargemen-t-{all" orders a npelalty, we20CpayandreturnUP" in yOur SchoolJk Color made tO (rd 100 Per cent personal service ac- following the fence he sat glown and Beef--Steers, fat, 8c to 9c per lb.; the French general, Quilett, to erect pota Zqeld Z,loto Ikwvtee for 40. to the commission's regort, wept: EVANS CAMERA & ART distributors are working so close rough, 6c per lb. monument to their comrades who had 11o6  &vs.. Mefrt 715 $ Avs., , margin that a loss of one-firth of "8'no use," he wailed. "hey must a Package on the 15$4090 have me fenced in." Veel--Fancy light, 18c to 19c pe fallen in the stiff fighting of October, -[[T][ RUlK FA(TORY lb.; do reed/utah 16c to 17c per lb. 1918. Gen. Quilett has had erected an  ad Ave. distributed in Seattle by the Power flows to the ]zma who knows spring lambs, fat, dressed,  lb. soon will be dedite& etc. principal distributors dur/ng the how. Mutton--Fat, 10c tO 12c per lb.; impressive stone monoment which Everyrthing for the Traveler. Traveling ags, Wardrobe Trunks,