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DELIVERED FREE EVERY FRIDAY TO 5000 WEST SEATTLE HOMES FIRMS TO HOLD MOVINGFEST.'I also be occupied soon. according Dry Goods, Haistien ""On The Go" next," says one MIRPI4|e: y~ chant to another as settle down in their h 1111~"-~l~l~#! ~k~. Three of the lar~,- several of the smafi- IF2" llire obtaining new acl- principal cause of seems to be the Squibb's oil (pint) building whicl: is 85c, SPECIAL ~ieson-Daiy Dru:.,' Co. back to their old loea- no:'tllWest corner at after havin~ spent Hospital cotton, reg. 50c, across the slr,~et SPECIAL ,.,.',, moved ',,,',,lily old building was: dis- room for the fin, which W. T. Camp KOTEX, regular 59c, During this wee~ been half in one SPECIAL in the other, but pretty definitely in and getting down Next week they will Shaving cream, large, reg. nnoungement of inter- 50c, SPECIAL residents. ~.anwhile their best to pol- ,beautiful, new store. Jamieson-Dah, Drug Listerine tooth paste, and ling down in the cor- brush regular 50c, new Campbell ,build- Dry Goods is SPECIAL to occupy the large next to it. The Cres- ,, , , ,. (7~__aGoods (formerly the ~ry Goods) has hereto- Lifebuoy soap -- ----~Bloeated in tht Matke regmar l~,.m- . ~ . t '~xt to Skaggs How- SPECIAL 4 for ............. ~ are greatly cx an ..... I - : P ding ~ and fred the store in building very addition to having Vacuum bottles, pintsize floor space, they will reg. $1.25, SPECIAL large mezzanine nee( entire rear of the just over the four which face Alaska Giant alarm clock,,'ear of the building(. floor will be guaranteed, SPECIAL means of an (asv in- will be used for a departmeut. One pound spedal Dry Goeds expec- )ving this week, the chocolates, Special dependent upon to unconfirmed report. It is reported that as soon aM W. T. Campbell completes his new building, he will turn his atten- ion across the street to the prop- e~"cy where the old dru~" store building is standinlz, resting on the timbers some three feet in the air. This building will prob- ably be mowM farther up the street and a new market building erected where it now stands. If this all transpires, there will be some more moving- a.bout at the Junction in a few months. When the shifting is all ended, the Junction merchants will prob- ably have "open house" some Satur,lay afternoon and evening: so that everybody can come and re-learn their Junction geography. CLUB BUSINESS MEETING At a regular business meeting of the. West Seattle Community Club Tuesday evening, March 23, Mr. Brownit~g of the Civil Serv- Ice Ima~zue will be the guest speaker, Ms subject being "Civil Service." Com. Club Endorses Faunthroy Avenue Final Hearing on Big Improve- menl Is April 19. The improvement of a large part of West Seattle, generally known as the Fauntlerov avenue improvement, was umlnimouslv endorsed by the West Seattle Commercial. Club at its regular meeting We(Inesdav eveninr:.. The improvement district in- cludes practic,ally all the ungraded str('ets between" 35th S. W. and California Avenue and south of Alaska street to Mor~'an street and calls for their grading and unprovemcnt with sidewalks, gut- ters, drains, etc. Eventually Fauntler%. aw,nue would be pav- ed so as to make an important ........... .iAr(mk \Ve>t .I um~au | ~aunlhg Vo~ ~:4 ~: West Morgan street: 41st avenue southwest from West Juneau to West Mor- gan streets; W-st Edmunds stre~>t from 4lst Avenue Somhwest to 35th avenue southwest ; West ttudson street from ,tlst to :17 av,,nue southwest; West Dawson street from 40th to 3~;th avenue southwest; West Brandon street fronl Fauntleroy Avenue to :17th Awmue Southwest; West Findtay street from Fauntleroy avenue, to 35th avenue southwest; West Jun- eau str(~ct from 42nd avenue. southwest to 35th avenue south- west; West Raymond street and West (;raham street each from 42nd avenue southwest to 35th avenue southwest. NORTH END SALES SHOWING ACTIVITY The office of T. B. Waller, "The Bungalow Mercl~ant, : t Admiral Way, reports thc follow- ing sales for the past week: new residence at 4415 West Seattle St., to Mr. H. R. Anderson, re- cently of Helena, Montana; now residence at 3011 BetVidere Ave., ;to Mr. J. B. Carn:iehael; new res- idence at 30'17 :~8th S. W. to Mr. H. E. Gough; new :.e.ddence :it 2039 40th S. W. to Mr. M. A. Kennedy; double business corner at California Ave. and Walker Street to The Great Western Im- provement Co., who will erect immediately a three story brick apartment house; view lot on 47th S. W. near Hill St., to Ida T. Alexander; new residence on Belvidere Ave. near Lander St., to Mr. tl. L. Brulzgeman. BETTER GET THOSE HEADLIGHTS TESTED Glaring h(adlights are brin~zin~i fines to bundreas of auto driv- ers throughout the city. So thatI no local motorists will get intof trouble, the West Side Agency1 is making headlight tests and cor-t rections on all makes of cars. I The local ao~'eney is an official~ .,;late headlight testing station and ,rives an official certificate showing that lamps have he m,, tested and comply with the law The official char~e of ~Se i~I ean Spencer Talks To Commercial Club Urges Community to Boost Its Individual Features :=;I)eakintr hefore the W,,st Se- atth, Commercial Club which "ts- sembled for a fine dinm.r in the Fairmount Congre~zational church dinin~ roonl Wednesday evening, Dean M. L. Spencer, vice-presi- (lent of the Seattle Chamber of Commerce, urged the local com-i reunify to find what features it possessed as its peculiar attract- ions and then let the world know about them. "In the Uniw~rsity district," said I)ean Spencer, "the commun- ity boosters fo~lnd that the uni- versity itself was the big draw- ing card and so they have dwelled upon that feature. In West Seattle, you must find out what attractive features you poss- ess that other districts do not have and then let the world know about them." Dean Spencer congratulated the West Seattle Commercial ,Club upon its splendid work last year as shown by the re0ort of Ex- president J. E. Carroll which was given durimr the meeting. The Chamher of Commerce officer al:'o congratulated the club upon its prompt p.ction wh,n the Cham- ber issued :i map of the city which left off West Sealtle. tie stated that this was probably his first official acquaintance with this district and that the local people had gotten prompt action by their protest, for the Chamber immediately changed their map to include this section. Among other interesting" items Oll the prol.*ram were the follow- ing : resolution favoring the Fauntleroy Ave. grading project, a resolution favoring a new (liag- onal hi,(Away from 44th and Alas- ka to 4Gth and Genesee ~-~