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COMMODORE A SEA ADVENTURE ,+ , i::/! ,. / ,5 . o OllOZ)Oe Ol 6Rr4T PI.L,}" O*r 2{/ :f ,LD" GRAT &apos;1/.o TH i 0 z, fleet p-,rI Or, e,q rl el..: : I:; ........ :" ...C,.?..%%'" .,dt.,tCM F a,Z / Ga r .;" sea and saw boa(Is Oobbing about the water. 81owing down his ahip tot the rcue, he discovered It wire a of big seals gamboling In the llgbt He has heard the tals many times since and says it al gives bun the Jltter During the war. Commodore IM, Donald carried thousands of Amerll troops to France In Luckenbach z, sels and hundreds of thousands ot t0B at food and equipment for tbom. year he has helped the Luckenlz fleet to bring to the Eastern coa qusnUties of fruit, walnuts, aspaxag salmon and oriental goods from Pac ports And tn return be lu ported vast ahiploads of machilm and manulctured producta to t west m the Increasing Lucltentm tonnage from New England lndurd c:':es and trade centers in New Tort, Penasylvama. Ohio and Michtgalx Only the other day, Captain M Donald was chosen to Inaugurate I .,r_-t freight service Luckenbach Im  m ts 8-yesr htstor (rectl 7 , ..'-.niattan Island to and from tl ".. fie Coast. He inaugurated. . ' P.- rPlu."tlOn O f 0118 whole day, .... e :n the entire Luckenbs "ot- to-cease voyage. " .-'-ach freight M, eanaenK -. s limited number of puub - ,. r::road  proVlall ": ++ romance 01[ the  Mill IPI. ..ern ship emcien$ him tu :. .ndard of other |rl + /-,q t ; : )a IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF The State of Washington for the County of King. In Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of James Fowler, deceased. No..53427. N0- tice of Hearing ,Final Report and Petition for Distribution. Notice is hereby given that Harry B. Kennedy. administrator of the es- tate of James Fowler, deceased has filed in the office of the clerk of said court his final report and petition for distribution, asking the court to ettle said report, distribute the prop;_ erty to the persons thereto entifl led and to discharge said Hatiy B. Ken- nedy. administrator: and that said report and petition will be heard on the 14th day of June. 1933, at 9:30 a. m., at the court room of the Pro- bate department of said Court. Dated this 15th day of May, 1 ABE N. OLSON. Clerk of said Court 13y E. N. SEARS. Deputy. First publication May 20, 1933. C. B. V. RAYIOND Insurmnce Bldg. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF The_State of Washington for King County. In Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of Emmt Larne, deceased. No. 56877. N0- tice to Creditors. Notice is hereby given that the un- dersigned has been appointed and bas qualified as administrator of the es- tate of Emma Larne, deceased; tl.t all persons having claims against sam deceased are hereby required to sea " the same. duly verified on said rd =ministrator of his attorney of reCO!. tat the address below stated, and I.e the same w!th the clerk of said coU. rL together with proof of such serVl within .|x months ftr the date 0= first publication of this notice or  same will be barred. Date of first publication May 20t, 1933. W'ILLIAM F. LARNE, Administrator of said ]t. Address 608 Insurance Building. " attle, Wn. C. . V. RAYMOND, Attorney for Estate 608 Insurance Building, attle. Wash. J C. H. RTEFFEN Raihvay Exchltngc Bldg. fiN" THE SI'PERIOR CoI'RT OF The State nf %Vashingtn for the I County of King. In Probnte.. ,_$ n the Matter of the Estate of Clap5  L. Andernn. dcceasd. :','o. 5 / Notice of Hering Final Report an Petition fo:. Di.t:'ibution -" '" ". iven "P' :" " e A. An<tet,.n adnlinifratrix of tn ca*at,, of Ch'rles I,. .%n,leon, de- ceased h: fried in the'off!,',' of the c'.ek of :1:+1 court bet it:'d report and po, i+inn for distrlb:;ti,,n the oo:.,rt To settle said report, dl. tribute the i):-opertv to the l)er[t thereto entith,d and'to discha:'ge sal. administratrix: and that said reptl; and petition will be heard on t 15th da o J at f+ .'1} a -." lne. 1933. .: "" , m at the court room of the probate a partmor, t of said court. Da'ed tt',!s lah day of .Mv ',933. Al:t: N " Ol,.O: ". (U.:k ,+f said ,',,.tr'. I-'::>' ;, ;',:i " .,:; May 2,, I:...' '" r 'l'lw B,,tll,'ll Nelltinel i . _++ -- _ . .J. I_2 Natll,htv. May "_'7. ,1' .,.,., Z ,,,=IN Christian Science tory, DOttieR A branch of The Mother Church. The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts. Holds services every Sunday at 11 Subject of the Lesson-Sermon in all Christian Science churches Sunday. May 28: "Ancient and Modern Necro- mancy, alias Mesmerism and Hypno- tism, Denounced." Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Wednesday evening services at 8:00 o'clock, include testimonies of healing. Reading rooms in the church edi-i rice are open from 2 to 4 p. m. on Wednesday, also after each service. The public is cordially invited to trend our church services and to use or reading room. "Soul and Body," was the subject of the Lesson-Sermon in all Chm'ches of that ye p:eseat you: bod:es a l:ving sacrifice, holy. :*,?e;+::tbe "a.'Ito (;.d. tA'h:.t'l i8 s-' :l: teas m:,bie s-: v:c,.'" ,t:u'nans 12:I,. Anlong the c+tat:,,ns whx-h co::l- t)tised the [.esso::-Se::no:. was the f,,i- '.O;Vil' [:'-:E :e }:})e: "'L/)(,k :ltO lilt" :tad be Ye s:tve i. :*;'- rE.- e::./- of the eatt'.'Z: for" I :tax G,)d. and theze is none else." lisa. 4o.__ =-')') The Lesso::-Serm,,.: also incPadcl the following I.,assag(.s ::o:n the Ch:is- tian ienee :extbo:)k. "'S,:'iez:ce :,z: Health with Key to the Set4,t-.:e by Mary Baker Eldy: "'De:ach seLc from the body. or n:a::e:, wh:eh i. on- ly a foz'nl of hunla. -e': t . .:..e.. and vc:a may learn the meaning of God. et good. and the nature of the immut- able and immoraI.'" t261:21-24.) Kenneth Simonds. after an extended tour throughout the Southwestern pof tion of the L'n'ted States lasting six months, is back home again. ChriS, Scientist, May 21 - me w::'e you a :housaxd do:ia: policy. Golden Text: "I beseech you there- "I--- - ., u--t- .Man. ak oh.sold say- not: Ah fore, brethren, by the mercies of (;,hl. a r,'t :: :J: t''<' /:f-" a" ? :..-,w: TWICE-A-WEEK fl_AN!NG SERVICE PICKUPS ........... EVERY TUESllAY AN'I) Y'IIlI). .,Y DELIVERIES EVERY TE;SDAY AND FRIDAY ---lSefore Noon-- PALM CLEANERS 718 Stewart Street, Seattle Phone Bnlhell 1004) Depression Dance at i Juanita Club 0n Friday Night Final preparations are being made for the hard time, hard luck, depres- sion dance which is scheduled for Fri- day night, May 26 at the Juanita Im- provement Club. A capacity crowd is expected, the SAFETY FIRST admission price being set at 10 cents Insurance Mar. Come on. Mdse. let pc:- person. A snappy jazz band will f':rn!sh music for the occasion. Re- fleshments will be served during the ] T'I t*l :n :.::sion. Either We are Pleased to Serve You. ' 0r Petail GRiFFiT "+ I)AIV00 l ' Kirkland, Black 432 -- Dial 406 Bothell 2-S-4 WE DELIVER FREE 1 Dutch Oven With Each Gallon of Paint! 1 Bird House With Each $10.00 Purchase 1 Trellis With Each 815.00 Purchase. King County and Seattle Warrants at Face Value on Material and Accounts COLUMBIA LUMBER CO. Phone 062 : : : Bother Sensational Grand Opening+ Sale ell di e. Plumbing Trade-in Market introduces new step in mer- a ..u,,smg plumbing supplies. Here yo/' hay select your plumbing -Fpue at ABSOLUTE ROCK-BO'I'rOM" PRICES. Toilets Complete &8 8]I()WII ;l: h,w ;is Beautiful New hath I')()lll s,,t ,',,lllldt'te. oitl(,r Ntalldard ,,l" l<,,Ith,r. .-l,c,'ia Ily l,H,..,t $38.25 l;,';liltil'lll .\\;l,i ii l,- val,,l'V. 1, x 19 ,',,lid l,h,t,, Bath Tubs Complete ,, K,,I' .... <i"' !.71". },ri,, d Add for ('hurvb White .eat .1.5o ' 1 + orChOleeof'tan'h'rd, olller. $9.00 818 We are extending to wm ouT-,,f-towr', ;o,;:: "::.'. ;.::'..i,J 7- t: i- il ill your o!d supplies "for a wo:-thwhlie cred:t. PLUMBING TRADE-IN MARKET 25 4th Avenue Seattle _'>forest grows in Theatre Contest i ! '.. " . . i .;:.:..- .::. Jv :,:.,.:,.[ + .. .. .- ".'::i.:; :::,. ;,,:1.,.;  i::_: , :' ':" : :, . '. -I. ,. ,1,;,,:. [ [ "1 1 : . : ::.'C:::Zt+: J,hll .';'!',ii,alt {,!" the I:.,:hell :hea'e is piannin;z fo J,.ine 8 ., i,e ver.v much of an event. On this date. "Skipper" Don Mills w!ll be in Bothcll to act as master of for the finals, at which ! o the talent entries from this city will be cut down to three by a eom-. mitlee of judges. These three are going to get more immediate action as they will journey to Seattle on June 9 for an appear- ance over KOMO with studio officials acting as the judges to determine! which of them is the best. This victory will be just the start ,f work for the Bothell entry, because there will still be the mid-August fi- nals on the stage of the 5th Avenue theatre to be reckoned with. The winner from Bothell will com- pete there agaimqt the winners from -12 othm Washington cities. Sound pictures ac to be made of the f:.nals in the show :it the 5th Av- enue theat,'c and these pictures will .ater be shown as a part of the regu- lar program of the Bothell theatre. The winner of the western Wash- ington finals will get another chance films, as the l.s Angeles trip in- !ciudes a screen and voice recording test. as well as a tryout at the Na- tional Broadca+sting company's studios. The Bothell entry, should he also be i the finalist, will have an opportunity I on the Fox lot in Hollywood of meet- ing Frank Albertson, Puyallup youth who is rated one of the most success- ful of the screen's juveniles, and many other notables. Other valuable prizes have been ar- :a:zo:l .inehldin,. a San Franc!see trip ':;d l"i,l;O T1VI)lll COl" secolld; a vodvil '.t:t,'i. will] al:llv f+*l Tllild: a Vic- "": t !1 :t' llid I')()ill;nioll The'tilt. :lit- : 21?: +  IHII}I :l'.d :i l)Gll].lll't ": ; : t "?:,t:,, "i't,,;:a:ice f+,t fiftiL " ; " ' ] ; ' ; : :  ' I ] : : I  e ', ;  which ha.< ap- :, :, ] 1,, ]'+'o /+? f'*:o *'}'oTl?le !]:IS })PC;I :: .'}'. ( , }':t'. :t:;,l :lllIllel .lllliVall : ?- : !- *:; i }1+' XA'I:I!OI' of the l()(':,l f r.ql- xvi:l bc class' To a victor in !he .X :.= a>t ',,,stc:n V'ahinaton finals. A:nc, n thcse xvh, have ah'eady ap- i.,:a:e,t in the local tryouts are Jack t'!eaSter and Robert Hall Lewis who xv:;l have the chance to appear in the -Itv finals June 8. Hazel 'ingert and M.;:dock McPherson have also had preliminary tryouts. First Lutheran Church O. Ellingon, Pastor Confirmation class Friday at 3:30 o'clock. Sunday morning Sunday school and Bible clas at 10 o'clock. Preaching at 11 o'clock. ] I No service in the evening. NASIE, PLEASE ! At a dinner party the absent-mind- i I ed professor was seated next to a l charming vo ilia n. "Don't you renlember me. profes- sor?" she smi!ed. "'Why some years I a'o \\;'()i[ <kett I+ + to Ill:l! V V(ll ''' : ":'t}:. 3,.:=. `` ,', +! }l,, I,:,:',.-:- a. "'::./: !did 3" '4'.'+" Saturday, May 27 "TOPEZ'" with John lrrymore III I Tue.luy. May 30 "FROM HELL TO HEAVEN" with Jack Oakie, David Manners Want Ads FOR RENT--Six room house. In- i quire at Sentinel office. 29-1-p FOIl. SALE or Trade--Fox terrier i puppies. Trade for pigs, poultry oz" what? Mrs. Reed, at Graee, 1Rte. 1, ' Voodinville. 28-1 c TO TRADE--Carpenter work for a young cow. cordwood or what have you? W. B. Morris, Woodinville. ! Dr. E. A. Rinehart, is now pro- I manutly !coated !n ,of.he'..! Call 1:)1.' A NEEDY--Small family would like rent In exchange for work or taklng ! care of place. Box 343, BothelL ,LOST--A small green gold Eastern ! Star pin. Reward. Phone t74. J 27-1-chg. i FOR SALE -Young cows. comin fresh soon. Half mile o,st (,f 1T)t s('iu,t,i. Si;m. II,.=cn. Itc I 2!2;. l"()tt SAI,E Now  t)l, t :,:," T , } pigs. $2.,30 al,!C,,c I:t '.L : ' ;, : will b,, i!ah. A'.8,, f, " :: ,.e ./.. - rllld a andel. :|]l : I L , t " S  ' ' ' } {  I. +'' 1'OOII1 T(I k4'0p tilt :|i, * i, i; , '.!+:, C:!Ination, ,V:|sh. :27, . I"()II sAI,E P,h,,,!e "[<i{,, i-l: j :'  ' I' chicks g cenr. .< :t,,i !'., ',.- ] cents, ttat('hln:: c::: :. I.c,, >:,.? , ('|lnl()nd l+;|s15i.], ,f I. ,k,. :v ,.. ma mish. Dial 4S7. :2.*. ttAVE---Tractor implemet,s.di.k, l,tHw drag scraper, dining room set. WANTCow, poultry, pigs, dairy equipment. ,Villiam Place l'nin Hill, Redmond, R,-.ute Nc. 1. :;Ip. i DR. E. A. RINEHART. Dentist OFFERS GUARANTEED DENTISrIIY AT .i COST YOU VII.L BE WILLING TO PAY FREE :" FREE + . '- ": 2,. ,'2 X-Ray Dental '} Estimates Service '. : +'r "-,- y +' " liExaminations CtlII,DRENS DENTISTRY---Specialty Cleanktg and Scaling of Teeth .................................... SI.00 Extractions (Painless Method) $.50 to $1.00 FUlings as low as .................................................... 54) Other prices for Plats--421apless Partial Plt,--old Work and other Dental Nime,iittes tn proportion. PER,LLNEN'I'LY Located in igo'rlt_]LL. Evenings by Appointment OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE , PHONE 191 Curls! Waves! Ring,ets.' $250 Short Curls -- Long Curls -- Soft Natural Waves or Heads covered with ringlets. Your own hair- dress will be created, cut and waved to your sat- isfaction. No amateur operators. We guarantee our work. Ei|her tonic or oil wave that will last .................................................................... SPECIAL COMPLETE BE UTYLRN 0 4th at Pike street R Tel. SEneca 1070 ,o o, + Seattle, Wash. i)i - (' '' " , " "p"  + :" }+" ..... . .... ,,"t O!lC: t!J;'; -" "+"" "" "''I " [ { "r  ....   i> =,',7". , . " V'.h i=, "! ,, .' :J :' ,: t*-a:,--> :.." **: .... ' " r +' :+" ..... . +-+. .... *t| N;+. ---' ' ': !,i :.:.. ', .':: . ::::, , ,+, .+. .,a,tki &_,,,:,J f,.ath,.r .,,d .t,,,,,,.. .. ; ...... ,, ...... ! ex;.ra:.'iio:l vi[il t,, pr,,,h,e,...',,,,, ,,,d., .......... " N ovocain or 1 N,,. --<.-,.,i,., .c.,an H,.c,,,it,. S12 X Ray 50c Plate .+I0 "due; N(),V Only . ..... - llenlemoer: Dental work sold on c:edlt mu:-t be ao,)d, fc: vozl ::y it while you pay LINCOLN DENTISTS, 504-12 Eitel Bldg. Corner 2nd Avenue and Pike Street Seattle, A'sh. Matheny & Bacon, Inc. Yard No. 1, 1710 4th So. Yard No. 2, 611 EJliott V. BUILDING .L&TERL&L BARGAINS PAINT! PAINT! PAINT! Headquarters for paint bargain ......... 3 carloads of new dool s and w:,:ld,_,w:= .'ll'Ast be sold at once at low prices, la,(ffJ0 new a::d used sash. all sized. 500.000 feet oi new and ",.se,.l lam- ber, finish and moldings a" special pilots. $1.25 PER G.&IL. S.&S. AUTO FREIGHT ] Seattle, Office: First Ave. S. and Dearborn I We do a General Auto Froight Business Between I SEATTLE - BOTHLL - REDMOND I CARNATION and DUVALL ] Leave Seattle 12:30 p. m. Daily I SPECIAL TRUCK FOR MOVING Phone 652 Bothell Garage I i