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WASHINGTON ONCE HAD GOLD RUSH EXCITEMENTIWOULD RAISE + BUT THE BUBBLE SOON EXPLODED MEN FROM WHOLE COAST WENT TO FRASER STANDARD FRUIT o RIVER >., [country. Among them was Charles g ld was not there. [KING COUNTY HORTICULTUR- ]Townsend Terry, of Coupeville, whose Terry and his party went by way[ AL INSPECTOR NAMES VA- [father had braught him across the of Whatcom When they left that RIETIES BEST SU Jplains in 1855 when he was eventeen town in " j ITED TO their skiffs, loaded down with ! m CHARLES T. TERRY. Every person is familiar with some phase of the California gold rush and all of the waste and misery of the miner's rush that it entailed, but very few have ever heard of a similar rush that took place on Puget Sound, a rush that only the lack of gold kept from having all of the thrills and pic- turesque qualities of that which went in through the Golden gate. Eight years after the California gold excitement, in 1857, a man named Mc- Donald went to Olympia and exhibited a poke of gold dust causing quite a bit of excitement there. He had been a member of a party/that had left the poor diggings around Colville and had gone up the Fraser river to the Thom- as river and there he and his partner, Adams, had panned out the gold. When ilthey came out in fall McDonald is ireported to have killed Adams when they reached salt water and W0bed him of the summer's cleanup. Other parties also came out with gold in greater or less quantities and before spring the story of gold on the upper Fraser had become one of more than passing interest. As spring came on the excitement seems to have grown. Stories repeated during the wiuter in the pioneer's cabins prob- + ably grew with alarming rapidity so that when the cold weather broke men got ready to go to the new diggings. Many of them had been to Cali- fornia and had brought back gold with them from there. By canoe and skiff they started for the Fraser River r , IVORLD- F'IDE WASHINGTON: The Interstate Com- merce Commission has denied a@plie.- tfon of the Southern Pacific Railroad for a government loan of $5,028,000 to atd It In purchasing new equipment. The railroad failed to show that it was un- ahJe to provide itself with funds from other sources, the commission said. NEW YORK: *B:nn; Leonard, o.ham- plon lightweight of the world, will De- fend his title on November 16 in Madi- son Square Garden. This was decided on by Tex Rickard, the promoter, and Leonard's manager, Billy Gibson. It is not known yet who Leonard's opponent will be, although either Willie Jackson or Rltchie Mitchell is likely to be selected. LONDON: The ommercial Bank of London has acquired the world's largest Jute factory, ,situated at Dundee, and also has takeh over five other Jute con- rns in the same town, says The Even- News. The deal involves more than 0,000 pounds sterling. i;Hhe new concern intends to pay par- lar attention to the dewamd for jute seeds from the United States. $ $ @ POME: King Victor Emmanuel has donated 100,000 Ure to the institute of ulturn to enable It to meet lie in- creasing 0xpensea $ $ $ CHTCAGO: Girl puiflls and teachers as well as the boys should be taught boxing in the public school William L." Bodlne, honorary presment of the Na- tional League-for Compulsory Educa, lon, said at the opening session of its annual meeting. Mr. Bodine said boxing would brinB a better relation between teachers an pupils bF interesting them In the lame thing ann urged it for girls as a health LONDON: e Marlborough dlvor cue will soon be heard in the law court Although the Duke of Marlborough db not defend the suit of the duchess, wh years old. He had hmnesteaded 160 acres on Whidby Island and he now sold it to pay for his grubstake to the gold fields. Puget Sound did not furnish the only men for the gold rusk Word reached San Francisco, crowded with miners, rich and poor, from the Call- provisions and hopes, they sang the song of the adventuring spirits out- wardbound: "Ain't you mighty glad you're gettin' out of Whatcom, Gettin' out of Whatcom; Ain't you mighty glad you're gettin' out of Whatcom, SOUND CLIMATE Would Have Growers Unite On Best Trees and Raise More Spe- cial Fruit for Export. The following letter is addressed by F. N. Rhodes, King County horticul- fornla gold fields and a slam, de from Gettin' out of Whatcom?" etc. that port began. It is estimated that I And they came back, downhearted, while the drive was on between 30,000 [provisions gone, money spent and and 33,000 men left San Francisco for[very glad to get back alive the in- the north. Boats were crowded and [habitants of what was left of What- those who could not get on the ships, Ices gathered on the shore and sang which were carrying two to three the same tune with the words changed times their surveyed number, got to horses and came overland. "Ain't you mighty glad you're gettin' The town of Victoria, never more back to Whatcom?" etc. than a Hudson's Bay Company tradin4g Mr. Terry is still living on me farm post, was overwhelmed, Hotels did near Coup,viii, which he bought from a rushing business could not pretend Tom Davis after he got back from to handle the men who came and went Fraser. During the Yearn that have More than 3000 are said to have ar- elapsed he has been in the service of rived on one day. A tent city sprout- his county in various offices, county servation under all conditions by ray- ed up. There was no bank and many commissioner, county treasurer and self and five years by Mr. J. C. Eakle, of the men brought large me of two terms in the legislature. A man we are recommending the following money. The only safe in the territory of excellent memory he serves as the high grade fruit for commercial plant- was that of the udsone Bay Com- ltvin4g history to the people around ing. First, Yellow Transparent and puny under the direction of Mr. Fin- him and still cheers them up with his Duchess of Oldenburg, then Graven- layson and it was crowded with sacks, famous humor, stein, Wealthy, Glowing Coal, Winter Mr. Flnlayson would not keep any books on the money in his care. The PORT sack. were sealed by their owners AT THE when delivered to him and when they needed money they came and got it, sealing the sacks and returning them to the safe. While there was more than $2,000,000 In the safe at one time :i.::!::iiiii:ii..:i:i!::...::i: ..:.   - : there was not one complaint of loss. :::"::.:i:::,,?:; ...... The town of Whatcom--now Bell- ingham--bloesomed from a fishing set-  -::.?!. i:: :.i:/.::i ....... tlement to & city of ,000 inhabitants i::%:: :::c ::= :: in a few weeks and then faded away :;:::::;ii!:i)::iii!i!:!::::i:/!:::i:%: :-: as it was found that a shorter route lay in going directly from Victoria to the Fraser river by steamboat. Real estate speculators platted paper towns :. all along the waterfront from What- [ corn north in hopes that a new place could be found to stop the army of "  ........ gold seekers Ipng enough to make an excuse of a town. And then it all petered out. It was 500 miles over difficult trail from the mouth of the Fraser to the gold bear- lng sand. Food had for the most part to be carried in on men's baoks. Beans were one and a half cents a pound in Victoria, five cents at Port Douglas at the lower end of the trail and a .... :: " ........ dollar a pound at the upper end of the trail. Other provisions cost in proportion, PARAGRAPHS [ ditlons to the main buLldlnB, and other chanB to increase the oaicity of th( Farm Section Post-Intelligencer. Paraffins Company, Ino., will be ms& in a vary short time, aocordlg to D. B Patterson, Jr., general mlpervleor of  Upper view--Miss Doris McCleave company's plants. )f Victoria, clearing the hurdles in a PRESSER: Proaeer's primary else- masterly fashion. This young rider lion resulted in one notable snrpriae was one of the features of the night when Mrs. Pearl Mahormy, In her first horse show held during the Pacific In- venture into politics without having an- nounced her candidacy, quietly corraled teruational Exposition at Portland. enough votes to wrest the Republican nomination from Councilman Robert Some of the finest pedigreed horses Weber, who was considered a fixturein from the Coast were exhibited. that office. $ SUNNYSIDE: IIo;d Miller claims Lower--A. P. Fleming, who had the record yield in potatoes for a mess- charge of the night horse show, ia ured field of 21.41 acres nder the Out- look pumping plant where by actual well known in horse circles on the weight there was produced 4Z4 tons and Coast and is an expert in his line. He 755 pounds. This is 19.8 tons to the acre. The best acre produced 24 tons. has had many years of experience at SEATTLE: Jld the active support Sttte fairs and society horse shows of 14, and probably 15, of the 17 mew- throughout the East and South and in bers of the King County delegation to Canada. the next state House of Representatives pledged to him, . H. Gule has begun an aBre.mive campaign for the speaker- > ship. The three King County members who have not yet signed up are Adam LOGGED OFF LAND PROGRAM Beeler, 46th District; Ralph Knapp, 43rd District, and Robert Grass, 45th District. Of theme Knapp has given Oule assur- ance that he will be for him while Beel- efsfrisnds.hewlLlaleosupportthe PLANS FOR SEATTLE MEETING Seventh Ward colon. Orals Is himself a candidate for the qakerhlp. bll rIWASHINGTON: Company C, Three | ...... and Twenty-eight Tank Bat- December 6th--Monday tationed at Camp Meade, is to Registration. transferred to Camp Lewis for duty with the Fourth Division. Loggedff Land Committee--objects and purposes. turalist, to the fruit growers of the Puget Sound district following the fruit exhibit in the King County*court house in which more than ninety vari- eties of apples were named: We would like to have your co- operation in standardizing commercial varieties of apples, pears and grapes recommended for planting in Western Washington. At this time we have on display at our office, 417 County-City building, 125 varieties of apples and 35 varieties of pears, all of which were grown in King County. Out of all these varieties after eleven years oh- Some men are really important. Thouds merely act that way. + C BNTRAMA: * ].*K* Wells, a former "Potential value of Logged-off Lands," Frank Gloyd, Commissioner employee of an evening raper here, will Agriculture. this wet epmmene e puSlicatlon at To- Discussion. soo OZ the OwlIts Valley News. TDledo "Prtical Use of Powder, '' not assigned. Was Consuelo Vanderbllt, daughter o: oontntkwitot a newspaper several Discussion. the late W. If. Vanderbflt, for the rester _urchal-u?Lmffir.m:Labor party having atlon of conjugal rights granted in  m me plat of the is, to Toledo "SUllnp Pulling Methods," not assigned. Messenaw and moved ----. It to Centralla. Discussion. March last, he is defending the divorce Mr. Wells is an -t printer. proceedings tomorrow. "Costs of Clearing Logged-off Lands," not assigned. e " * * over merit PRESSER: Ray LaDe"  r Discussion. MADRID: The Spanish g n ' ..... La ..... "7 -old son s t an o, o, v ,.,e ruor "The State's Interest in Developing Logged-off Lands," Clark Savidge. it is reported, intends hortlF 0 " - .... ad -'----- .)red to life after nounce its recognition of the govern- his heart n e ittinE. - He had 0Pn Forum. ments of Mexico and Bolivia. The an- swauowem - Y mac or , -  ]l __ _ o-ov nounceinent robabl will be made after cartridge. .When Dr Dean W G--- Evening Session P Y , .  the raturn nf lCinr Alfon from Rnf. arrived the hey heart had  t, %Oharncter and value of Production on Logged-off Land," Mr. Reid of ............................. -- "" be l ......... land. i beat .Today t] dy -r Sightly weak Bellevue. * [but is eyona g; WASHINGTON: The regular army [ ....... . .... Moving pictures depicting methods of logging off lands. still is nearly 70,000 short of the au-I. HO. UIAM:. U. u. m.clure, who has Tuesday, December 7th thorized strength of 80,000 officers andl_oen .esmg me W..asnmnmowa davy Leave on Everett interurban to view Alderwood Manor developmentl man. I oqulam paper until rec J y.o'  _X- operations. [elusively by t;ongr.sman ADer Jonn- s ' - [son, and edited by film, has Icome a Luncheon and conference at Alderwood Manor. II ' Illstockholder and is to continue as editor, "Alderwood Manor, Its Origin and Development," W. A. Irwin. ' and D. M. Delma circulation manager !I Arortke.a News !11 -.. demonstration of equipment and methods of logging Off land. since hie discharge from the British ii .............. tllarmy, Is manager and treasurer, also be- I t   ..... Ijing asteckholder. Mrs. Stolla Lo Rout. lwno has been busmese manager ann It is Just the little difference be- "Don't brood over the past nor YAKIMA: Yaklma Valley crop valuej trmurer0 ha resigned, tween the good and the best that dream of the future, but seize the for 1919 was $45,605,576, acerding to l E " * * figures compiled by Yakima Commercial/t UGEN, Ore.: The large sawmill of makes the diffeence between the instant and get your lesson from the Club. This figure considerably exceed ]the Booth-Kelly Lumber Company at artist and the that for 1918 when total was $$$,000,-[)Prlgite[d, narrowly escaped detruc- artisan, hour." OOO /uon by fire recently when the fuel bin ' s Iof the Mountain States Power L:ompany, PORT ANGELES: Extensive improve-gorily .a few feet away from the mill, Your own will come to you, if you me nts, including installation" of a new |was aestrpy _ The loss to the power hold the thought firmly and--hustle, ptp digester, erection of tWO small ad-[company is about $$,8@0. Banana, King of Tompkins County, Grimes Golden, Baldwin and Wagen- er. For pears: Bartlett, Beurre Bose, Cornice, Anjou and Winter Nellie. Grapes: Island Belle and Vergennes. We would like to secure an expres- sion from growers and horticultural inspectors if they know of any good reason why these varieties should not be recommended for planting in West- ern Washington. . the present time there are far too many varieties of apples and pears being grown in this district and by limiting the number of varieties as per our suggestion, carload lots of these high grade fruits could be easily mar- keted. Especially is this true of these pears, all varieties except Baxtletts i i could be shipped to the London market at high The boy came home from littered up a small pile of parently without results. "Pa," he said finally, write an essay on women; I begin?" "I don't know as it son, where you begin. is where to stop." You can not lift up the whom you look down. Th fellow who watches during the day time, attention to it at night. PIANO BUYERS Look all over--see all carefully then see us. Our expert buyer scours the city for snaps. He sees the warehouses, looks up estates, calls on all who have pianos for sale; in short we have the bargains; seeing is believing. Send for a list of bargains---write DuBarry Piano Co. SCRATCH YO L&O Mot ff You W WRIGHT'8 HEALTH UNDgRWgKR Keep warm, save doctor bills, don't lay yourself open to rheumatism. This wonderful all wool natural grey underwear will be mailed direct o your home prepaid for the intro- ductory sum of $t5.45 Per Suit This is a special price for a short time only. State if you want a union suit or shirt and drawers. Bend all oheek or money oaea- to On Opp uar Polo 615-19  AVL 00[wrr00N-l)et[Az00 . Optical00.00 ' Call and see us. Have your Eyes Examined. 325 Pike Street SEATTLE Patronize our THE SILK 3". D. ZAHRT "Silks for Less" Send for Samples. 3J BTIX AT (P) PUMPS PIATT WONDER PUMP priming and is the pllcity, reliability and Delivers more water for any other pump besides third of power cost. It has springs or valves. The a( tire and handles anything and water to sand and out additional devices. Can for whitewashing, ing. spraying, etc., and is .fire fighter. It costs less, and lasts longer. Vt'rite for t ion. CHRIff OL-qON Factory 0 t Ave. Be. C. C. BERG, Dupar Blythe "Pure'" Farm and Veater Areola Hot Water Heal Plumbing Materials, Pipe tings. Steam Supplies. tention given to mail Ywo Bom 1313 R. R. Ave. Bellingham Fruit Cake b Wholesale (Copied from Seattle P.-I. This is the t[le of used to scurry around and plum pudding in the days but in these "'bette father puts in an order at %Vrlght's and settles it you stop to think it over duplicate these cakes at money, for the fact that Wright has facilities them wholesale means a to the purchaser. Clip out coupon ancJ check or money 1 POUND 3 POUND8 POUNDS CHAUNCEY RESTAURANT HAZEN J. TITUS, 817 L. C. Smith Bldg., Name Address 38,000 GENUINE ARMY BLANKETS JUST RELEASED FROM CAMP LEWIS PREPAID ON 8ALE FOR PRICES $4.98 L02S Surplus Army Supply Store t013-15 First Ave., Near Madison St. -.ATTLE, :M@t, OU]t I.A'FJ OAq.av.OGlrsl NO. ,TUliT OU, F. D. STEVENS, Manager HOTEL MODERN AND CENTRALLY LOCATED FIRST AVE. AND MARION o,! S[00-aare in the Profits of Fur Siberian Commercial Com This.COmpany is now operating a fleet of two steamers one of Is in Siberia at the present time, having taken a $50 0O0 c-rgo tea, other Oodstuffs, calico, rifle% etc., to be traded to the natiw for valuable furs. .-, _ It needs more ships and in order to urc * nOW O p hae and ui rers to the eq p " publ'lc, at I100 a share 10% Guaranteed Stock This is a preferred stock issue, and, although 10 per cent are guaranteed on this stock, It wlll also participate further in cent of the profits of the company after this 10 per cent has been This Is NOT a promotion! It is a Safe and sane investment established company---a going coneernwith net current nmtm ItVtI  o3-blXf tllmes 1411 gret as the ,t llaMt tn thi: pany are some of the biggeL most substantial business men of Northwest. You may have the complete financial statement and all desired information on request. GET IN WHILE YOU CAN. the  blow &T O'(T& SCANDINAVIAN AMERICAN SECURrrlES Phone Main 3337 702 Third Ave., eattle, Without obligation to me" pIo s me full  about OO O. WASHINGTON ONCE HAD GOLD RUSH EXCITEMENTIWOULD RAISE + BUT THE BUBBLE SOON EXPLODED MEN FROM WHOLE COAST WENT TO FRASER STANDARD FRUIT o RIVER >., [country. Among them was Charles g ld was not there. [KING COUNTY HORTICULTUR- ]Townsend Terry, of Coupeville, whose Terry and his party went by way[ AL INSPECTOR NAMES VA- [father had braught him across the of Whatcom When they left that RIETIES BEST SU Jplains in 1855 when he was eventeen town in " j ITED TO their skiffs, loaded down with ! m CHARLES T. TERRY. Every person is familiar with some phase of the California gold rush and all of the waste and misery of the miner's rush that it entailed, but very few have ever heard of a similar rush that took place on Puget Sound, a rush that only the lack of gold kept from having all of the thrills and pic- turesque qualities of that which went in through the Golden gate. Eight years after the California gold excitement, in 1857, a man named Mc- Donald went to Olympia and exhibited a poke of gold dust causing quite a bit of excitement there. He had been a member of a party/that had left the poor diggings around Colville and had gone up the Fraser river to the Thom- as river and there he and his partner, Adams, had panned out the gold. When ilthey came out in fall McDonald is ireported to have killed Adams when they reached salt water and W0bed him of the summer's cleanup. Other parties also came out with gold in greater or less quantities and before spring the story of gold on the upper Fraser had become one of more than passing interest. As spring came on the excitement seems to have grown. Stories repeated during the wiuter in the pioneer's cabins prob- + ably grew with alarming rapidity so that when the cold weather broke men got ready to go to the new diggings. Many of them had been to Cali- fornia and had brought back gold with them from there. By canoe and skiff they started for the Fraser River r , IVORLD- F'IDE WASHINGTON: The Interstate Com- merce Commission has denied a@plie.- tfon of the Southern Pacific Railroad for a government loan of $5,028,000 to atd It In purchasing new equipment. The railroad failed to show that it was un- ahJe to provide itself with funds from other sources, the commission said. NEW YORK: *B:nn; Leonard, o.ham- plon lightweight of the world, will De- fend his title on November 16 in Madi- son Square Garden. This was decided on by Tex Rickard, the promoter, and Leonard's manager, Billy Gibson. It is not known yet who Leonard's opponent will be, although either Willie Jackson or Rltchie Mitchell is likely to be selected. LONDON: The ommercial Bank of London has acquired the world's largest Jute factory, ,situated at Dundee, and also has takeh over five other Jute con- rns in the same town, says The Even- News. The deal involves more than 0,000 pounds sterling. i;Hhe new concern intends to pay par- lar attention to the dewamd for jute seeds from the United States. $ $ @ POME: King Victor Emmanuel has donated 100,000 Ure to the institute of ulturn to enable It to meet lie in- creasing 0xpensea $ $ $ CHTCAGO: Girl puiflls and teachers as well as the boys should be taught boxing in the public school William L." Bodlne, honorary presment of the Na- tional League-for Compulsory Educa, lon, said at the opening session of its annual meeting. Mr. Bodine said boxing would brinB a better relation between teachers an pupils bF interesting them In the lame thing ann urged it for girls as a health LONDON: e Marlborough dlvor cue will soon be heard in the law court Although the Duke of Marlborough db not defend the suit of the duchess, wh years old. He had hmnesteaded 160 acres on Whidby Island and he now sold it to pay for his grubstake to the gold fields. Puget Sound did not furnish the only men for the gold rusk Word reached San Francisco, crowded with miners, rich and poor, from the Call- provisions and hopes, they sang the song of the adventuring spirits out- wardbound: "Ain't you mighty glad you're gettin' out of Whatcom, Gettin' out of Whatcom; Ain't you mighty glad you're gettin' out of Whatcom, SOUND CLIMATE Would Have Growers Unite On Best Trees and Raise More Spe- cial Fruit for Export. The following letter is addressed by F. N. Rhodes, King County horticul- fornla gold fields and a slam, de from Gettin' out of Whatcom?" etc. that port began. It is estimated that I And they came back, downhearted, while the drive was on between 30,000 [provisions gone, money spent and and 33,000 men left San Francisco for[very glad to get back alive the in- the north. Boats were crowded and [habitants of what was left of What- those who could not get on the ships, Ices gathered on the shore and sang which were carrying two to three the same tune with the words changed times their surveyed number, got to horses and came overland. "Ain't you mighty glad you're gettin' The town of Victoria, never more back to Whatcom?" etc. than a Hudson's Bay Company tradin4g Mr. Terry is still living on me farm post, was overwhelmed, Hotels did near Coup,viii, which he bought from a rushing business could not pretend Tom Davis after he got back from to handle the men who came and went Fraser. During the Yearn that have More than 3000 are said to have ar- elapsed he has been in the service of rived on one day. A tent city sprout- his county in various offices, county servation under all conditions by ray- ed up. There was no bank and many commissioner, county treasurer and self and five years by Mr. J. C. Eakle, of the men brought large me of two terms in the legislature. A man we are recommending the following money. The only safe in the territory of excellent memory he serves as the high grade fruit for commercial plant- was that of the udsone Bay Com- ltvin4g history to the people around ing. First, Yellow Transparent and puny under the direction of Mr. Fin- him and still cheers them up with his Duchess of Oldenburg, then Graven- layson and it was crowded with sacks, famous humor, stein, Wealthy, Glowing Coal, Winter Mr. Flnlayson would not keep any books on the money in his care. The PORT sack. were sealed by their owners AT THE when delivered to him and when they needed money they came and got it, sealing the sacks and returning them to the safe. While there was more than $2,000,000 In the safe at one time :i.::!::iiiii:ii..:i:i!::...::i: ..:.   - : there was not one complaint of loss. :::"::.:i:::,,?:; ...... The town of Whatcom--now Bell- ingham--bloesomed from a fishing set-  -::.?!. i:: :.i:/.::i ....... tlement to & city of ,000 inhabitants i::%:: :::c ::= :: in a few weeks and then faded away :;:::::;ii!:i)::iii!i!:!::::i:/!:::i:%: :-: as it was found that a shorter route lay in going directly from Victoria to the Fraser river by steamboat. Real estate speculators platted paper towns :. all along the waterfront from What- [ corn north in hopes that a new place could be found to stop the army of "  ........ gold seekers Ipng enough to make an excuse of a town. And then it all petered out. It was 500 miles over difficult trail from the mouth of the Fraser to the gold bear- lng sand. Food had for the most part to be carried in on men's baoks. Beans were one and a half cents a pound in Victoria, five cents at Port Douglas at the lower end of the trail and a .... :: " ........ dollar a pound at the upper end of the trail. Other provisions cost in proportion, PARAGRAPHS [ ditlons to the main buLldlnB, and other chanB to increase the oaicity of th( Farm Section Post-Intelligencer. Paraffins Company, Ino., will be ms& in a vary short time, aocordlg to D. B Patterson, Jr., general mlpervleor of  Upper view--Miss Doris McCleave company's plants. )f Victoria, clearing the hurdles in a PRESSER: Proaeer's primary else- masterly fashion. This young rider lion resulted in one notable snrpriae was one of the features of the night when Mrs. Pearl Mahormy, In her first horse show held during the Pacific In- venture into politics without having an- nounced her candidacy, quietly corraled teruational Exposition at Portland. enough votes to wrest the Republican nomination from Councilman Robert Some of the finest pedigreed horses Weber, who was considered a fixturein from the Coast were exhibited. that office. $ SUNNYSIDE: IIo;d Miller claims Lower--A. P. Fleming, who had the record yield in potatoes for a mess- charge of the night horse show, ia ured field of 21.41 acres nder the Out- look pumping plant where by actual well known in horse circles on the weight there was produced 4Z4 tons and Coast and is an expert in his line. He 755 pounds. This is 19.8 tons to the acre. The best acre produced 24 tons. has had many years of experience at SEATTLE: Jld the active support Sttte fairs and society horse shows of 14, and probably 15, of the 17 mew- throughout the East and South and in bers of the King County delegation to Canada. the next state House of Representatives pledged to him, . H. Gule has begun an aBre.mive campaign for the speaker- > ship. The three King County members who have not yet signed up are Adam LOGGED OFF LAND PROGRAM Beeler, 46th District; Ralph Knapp, 43rd District, and Robert Grass, 45th District. Of theme Knapp has given Oule assur- ance that he will be for him while Beel- efsfrisnds.hewlLlaleosupportthe PLANS FOR SEATTLE MEETING Seventh Ward colon. Orals Is himself a candidate for the qakerhlp. bll rIWASHINGTON: Company C, Three | ...... and Twenty-eight Tank Bat- December 6th--Monday tationed at Camp Meade, is to Registration. transferred to Camp Lewis for duty with the Fourth Division. Loggedff Land Committee--objects and purposes. turalist, to the fruit growers of the Puget Sound district following the fruit exhibit in the King County*court house in which more than ninety vari- eties of apples were named: We would like to have your co- operation in standardizing commercial varieties of apples, pears and grapes recommended for planting in Western Washington. At this time we have on display at our office, 417 County-City building, 125 varieties of apples and 35 varieties of pears, all of which were grown in King County. Out of all these varieties after eleven years oh- Some men are really important. Thouds merely act that way. + C BNTRAMA: * ].*K* Wells, a former "Potential value of Logged-off Lands," Frank Gloyd, Commissioner employee of an evening raper here, will Agriculture. this wet epmmene e puSlicatlon at To- Discussion. soo OZ the OwlIts Valley News. TDledo "Prtical Use of Powder, '' not assigned. Was Consuelo Vanderbllt, daughter o: oontntkwitot a newspaper several Discussion. the late W. If. Vanderbflt, for the rester _urchal-u?Lmffir.m:Labor party having atlon of conjugal rights granted in  m me plat of the is, to Toledo "SUllnp Pulling Methods," not assigned. Messenaw and moved ----. It to Centralla. Discussion. March last, he is defending the divorce Mr. Wells is an -t printer. proceedings tomorrow. "Costs of Clearing Logged-off Lands," not assigned. e " * * over merit PRESSER: Ray LaDe"  r Discussion. MADRID: The Spanish g n ' ..... La ..... "7 -old son s t an o, o, v ,.,e ruor "The State's Interest in Developing Logged-off Lands," Clark Savidge. it is reported, intends hortlF 0 " - .... ad -'----- .)red to life after nounce its recognition of the govern- his heart n e ittinE. - He had 0Pn Forum. ments of Mexico and Bolivia. The an- swauowem - Y mac or , -  ]l __ _ o-ov nounceinent robabl will be made after cartridge. .When Dr Dean W G--- Evening Session P Y , .  the raturn nf lCinr Alfon from Rnf. arrived the hey heart had  t, %Oharncter and value of Production on Logged-off Land," Mr. Reid of ............................. -- "" be l ......... land. i beat .Today t] dy -r Sightly weak Bellevue. * [but is eyona g; WASHINGTON: The regular army [ ....... . .... Moving pictures depicting methods of logging off lands. still is nearly 70,000 short of the au-I. HO. UIAM:. U. u. m.clure, who has Tuesday, December 7th thorized strength of 80,000 officers andl_oen .esmg me W..asnmnmowa davy Leave on Everett interurban to view Alderwood Manor developmentl man. I oqulam paper until rec J y.o'  _X- operations. [elusively by t;ongr.sman ADer Jonn- s ' - [son, and edited by film, has Icome a Luncheon and conference at Alderwood Manor. II ' Illstockholder and is to continue as editor, "Alderwood Manor, Its Origin and Development," W. A. Irwin. ' and D. M. Delma circulation manager !I Arortke.a News !11 -.. demonstration of equipment and methods of logging Off land. since hie discharge from the British ii .............. tllarmy, Is manager and treasurer, also be- I t   ..... Ijing asteckholder. Mrs. Stolla Lo Rout. lwno has been busmese manager ann It is Just the little difference be- "Don't brood over the past nor YAKIMA: Yaklma Valley crop valuej trmurer0 ha resigned, tween the good and the best that dream of the future, but seize the for 1919 was $45,605,576, acerding to l E " * * figures compiled by Yakima Commercial/t UGEN, Ore.: The large sawmill of makes the diffeence between the instant and get your lesson from the Club. This figure considerably exceed ]the Booth-Kelly Lumber Company at artist and the that for 1918 when total was $$$,000,-[)Prlgite[d, narrowly escaped detruc- artisan, hour." OOO /uon by fire recently when the fuel bin ' s Iof the Mountain States Power L:ompany, PORT ANGELES: Extensive improve-gorily .a few feet away from the mill, Your own will come to you, if you me nts, including installation" of a new |was aestrpy _ The loss to the power hold the thought firmly and--hustle, ptp digester, erection of tWO small ad-[company is about $$,8@0. Banana, King of Tompkins County, Grimes Golden, Baldwin and Wagen- er. For pears: Bartlett, Beurre Bose, Cornice, Anjou and Winter Nellie. Grapes: Island Belle and Vergennes. We would like to secure an expres- sion from growers and horticultural inspectors if they know of any good reason why these varieties should not be recommended for planting in West- ern Washington. . the present time there are far too many varieties of apples and pears being grown in this district and by limiting the number of varieties as per our suggestion, carload lots of these high grade fruits could be easily mar- keted. 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