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OF SPECIAL INTEREST TO WOMEN READERS OF THE STAR) MI MENUS BE FOR THE THANKSGIVING gmder that the women readers vfl_ I* ***> ***** the benefit .at****'-* Ideas they may tie- able '->*_& * '■<* from the numerous mm submitted In the recent IKmMmi ****wt menu to******** I wr of the menus have ******* *>* 9 IE sad will be sUeti fi-vmi ■'•-*** ifm'NM* Sargent, .MS -Isth ny, w m_ Nora Hansei 'h ax tit ***** la an attractive and J^.C, Thanksgiving MS of switch la »* follows: '"Am'si of l*aill Sou?, Croulone I 'u-mt-mtl* Oreen Tomato ****** Varna «" lii:kltll |. M( .. h .s ; RM tt Turks*. *»c* Pressing C**lxttr Sa«e* ,<>»>•••*• ""*** v'„..T .-.Parsnip l»k_* ' i. wt*w**d Sweet Potatoes __wS#as*-.*»*v r -*' *■•*■■,n Ai*t**<> ****** .at." Suited Wafers mm*,* . Pumpkin and Mince t'la gin Huaw-wsde Ku.lgß fruit ", Bls.k Coffee 'TT** ******* I* tor six people, **** ■ ... tost would be: Ca .... Sjr»:;. it i» jtrHty. » ******* S.*» &«::::::::::::::ll:l: : saisisM * *** [■ THE NEW FLAVOR m MAPLEINE tTME NEW FLAVOR IMAPLEINE j Better Than R- Maple JE M' ■ ' ** ■ff H *.__«Crtsctm as*. Cm, ■ Xi Statue, ws*.-, __\_wS_r*' ' awm*aammlmamim****iwm - -__t___K___hfi_i_S _Bs______BP^r^■'ET' •%* a -La-ft _s9____!a____________K J **T2-**T""" mm '^Ijfei^H----------^^^ * *^*MJgMuMajlA-mA A_mm XtWjWfl^^^** i_____»iM*liii'i W ip*<u_ W" "•"" "*~ T *"*" VtT' JLZ. * " at***?*, i Kf^^^BhHJMßCS2____B_BßC_2_t_l^_________-_________BC____P * .i-^fl _/ ______Tk___t!______- a q_S_H Hy^jfr __f^ *• •_...' ■ t 'H^^**^*^^*^-*S*BBBBR^SaH_!t ' -Lv * -^t *f _i^P__^^if ' i ' * *'— ***_***_. J- -■ - -J_s^BP^B________i*^ _^^_u___^_\\\\\\\_Wm_^_\\W____\_\_f' -"• _B Iwltß ___efc*^^ "m^mm S^^SR__B____________________^ __S______9 L&*aM *M%Mj*r* a* i lr V _f W -W «»»__»_s«Jw THE NAME KIMBALL ON A Piano I Means that the most scrupulous .art- ha- been given jjj I 37 detail of construction. That every part ha-, been M . Mm., "irol in the piano ami organ factories of '•'•• , h ||W., Kimball Co. That it has been ma.!.- by skilled n i*??**P* >n. under the direction of experts in their re- n Iptctive line*. That ability, experience and rcsponst- B Jl Why tat back of the piano. The ear and the eye can U jwlge of ihi- i BEAUTY OP TONE g I The satisfactory ca--e design and the finish, bat you H *___V'">k to the name for reliability of construction y «*™- the assurance that the good qualities will endure, fl llw *'*01'sc of Kimball has had au experience of over U I W*y years in the music industry, and artists, amateurs A *__W* thousands of satisfied customers give abundant _-; 1 ffroof of the MKKIT of tin KIM ISAM,, fi KIMBALL pianos § rßevived the Grand Highest Award at the A-V P, |j i ■"•>•; wition just closed—at the World's Fair at Chica- fi j I°. -"id, in fact, wherever they have come in coinpe- H w* n with other makes. Over 200,000 arc now in use g "1 imcrica's finest homes. KIMBALL PIANOS I™' sold on the Coast only by the Biters houses. Scv (**£*•""''' " ' ', -' "'"' creations in ■'"''■ Upriglits and .• f.T? <**~utstruments thai were used during the Expo j!" 0 **for display in the Eilcrs Hooth and at several of f **ate buildings—will be closed out this week at f reductions, •Be on hand early. Terms, of course. ■Ekr. /^^Vs\ T .. t*frr4^^ wL **** I H*ir6 Music s^**c*eo&&) j and _ 'H°% » J"?' "° ,0 >S2s^ University j \r-SJI °* •* Johnston Co. *-•.!.. I , .1. I'l* , .,,...., .Si Nuts „ ,t« r.i.iii.. ......,.;..,,..,,,.,,,,, ,10 Wafers , .to t'offaa ..,....,,,, ».....,, .\tv Itrsad «.».,......,..,.,,,,,,,. .ti** Hotter .in Heaaonlnaa, Including i.iiii.t. aall |..'t.|.,-i. aatta. sttffar. lard an.l crouton* ,,, , tJ I'l.'klea .,..,...,,., in Una gallon elder .............. .:■>* Total cost II.»J Br«>op out center of pumpkin and use pulp (or iii.'-. .M.i the shell for i fruit .11- ' for renter of table. Mrs. J. P. Co* of Colby. Wash, will rook this dinner 1,,-, li. family on Thanksgiving day. rureo ef Tomato So tin Celery Kaatern Oysters, ttaw Tom.. ami Oreen t'rpper Pala.t Turkey rituffe.t with Chestnuts Cranberry San... Sweet rmatnea Hrowned While I'oiatoes Maahsd ll.>t fabhaae Hlaw l'utti|ikln Via Mines 1*1" Doughnut ■ Olngerbreail Cider Nuts Candl.s Womanly Woman. Perhaps there la nothing half so aweet in a nun. ■■! _ an a perfectly womanly woman Now, a perfectly womanly ..•man must willingly acknowledge that ahe happens to have tho misfortune to *** a tiler.- female, and know lhat, even though nation li the sin rarest form uf flattery, with man as a model, tew things Interest a man leas than pa.-ml!. * of hia set, lie may. perhaps, admire iU* woman who lectures, who talk* poli tics like an expert, who writes a book: nevertheless. It la the woman who doesn't think It beneath her dignity to be wholly feminine, and who possesses th* thousand charm : ing little folia, and Inconsistencies of her s.t. who fascinates hlta most. V man willingly sacrifices himself for a woman In many ways, he will often worship ber on different occa t sions, bat It li natural that 1.. can not bo expected to admire the vir . tues she haa borrowed from it art He love* her sweet, tactful and gentle womanly Influence, bat be loath her dominance. The truly womanly woman la »h» who ****** h.*r natural limitations. and who docs cot assume tbat air of Independence. * total acorn of all masculine assistance, and then j tell a man, woman-like, that hit i chivalry Is dead' MAM I THINK SMALL Cl ULDREN ALLABE SUCH A CARE. © 1 NESS THEM~NEAT ANDQIUWI AMD COMB THI IK HAIR, I CHIDE THEN I SCOLD THEM _ - ■■ ..A* *mm**a*.W..i. ,' m **>.. _»., . MOl%. —* W, BUT EVERY TIME IVi: TOLD THEM To KEEP REAL CLEAN,THEY ONLY SIT AND STARE. *» ['•tSIME A STORY j * Childr'c.N'B Playtime ] A DEFEATED ROBBER On a simmer afternoon Ilalpb lay day dreaming In ih« shade Off ih- big maple tree. He was tired and warm MM play, and was al moat asleep when the bunbuui ... * bone)* bee !_.»<» to his ear aroused blm. . "Ouesa he's coming home from bis .I*. « work of gathering honey tn tbe clover field.'* said Uatpb to himself. "II- lias sue I. a heavy load be ran scarcely fly. There must b# lota ef clover honey tn the hive* by tbl- 'roe Believe 111 go take a look. ■ • Now Ralph bad been warned to stay, away from the bee U1..-» Disregarding this advice, over be went to the bee hives, in.. quietly moving Hi.- ltd*, up.-- In Ilia I month watered a* be aaw the was combs, tilted with honey milled norn hundreds nt blossoms. "Mother wouldn't let me have any If I asked. I'm going <•■* and get a epoon to help myself.** Tht. j baas ware, very busy with their own work when Ralph returned with the spoon, and paid no atten tion to the disturber of their bouse. At tbe first spoonful Ralph .Ished i in blissful content, and In went the I spoon again. Ha bad eaten aa I until, a. be wanted and waa about CO put on ib.' Ud when li- decided i to nave - Just one more apoonful. This lime the a*** brought forth mere than honey. (Hinging to tbo bottom, out of Ralph's sight, waa a bee. Into the boy'a open mouth went; honey, spoon at, ' be«. .. A moment later, with tears nir. anuiim down bis ebeelta. Ralph ran pell i.t. II to the spring. Rut no amount I !■ ■ ■ ■ Out r\\\& wisdom c/ CTOTffIA-GRfY Have You Quarreled' With Your Sweetheart . A SUM and Mm wife quarreled, two years ago. In a middle west town, and they agreed to separate. The days dragged for each of them after that. lie longed for her, and hia dally toll waa nothing hut tor ture because there was DO hope In It. He was In her thoughts moat Of the time, but she was too proud to call him back. Seven hundred and thirty ter rible days passed, and on the seven hundred and thirty-first the hus band sent a basket of fruit and flowers to her with a note, asking If he might not ,11 on her the next day. The .v..an couldn't keep the heart-Joy out of th- note the sent back to hlm. The whole world are singing for both of them. Hh. made herself aa beautiful aa »h.' could; he shaved an.l put on his best clothes, in the afternoon, at ''"' appoint hour, he waa admitted to her house. He rushed lo her 1.M.11l Mm was waiting for him with out stretched arms, ready for th« kiss that she had been walling tWO years to receive. "Hob!" MS shouted In delight. "Mary!" he aald, throwing bis sitae ***** her. And then came tbo kiss. Rut tho wife became limp In his arms, her head Ml back, her chin dropped— her very happiness had stopped her heart. "If I only had those two years, Mary. sobbed "Dob," .two **ft later at her grave. WORTH KNOWING 1 ———-* Rinse tho pan f" cold Mrtst be torn milk la poured In. It will prevent scorching of "'" milk when cooking. A Rood way in aettlo coffee If It In used often, Is to beat an egg well tun! mix lt with one pound of fresh jly ground coffee. The coffee can then In put away as usual, as no THE STAR—MONDAY. NOVEMBER 22. 1909. LITTLE MOTHERS of rot.l -water soothed the stinging pats. Worst of all. tils tongue be gan tO tm** ml it Seemed to (HI bis mouth. li.-foi.. long the bell ran* tor sup J per, but no supper did Halpb want, li.* ran to the haymow and lii.l himself there till dark. Finally getting up .*»(.. to far.i tha lec ture from hla father and I!, broth er'a teasing, he provided himself v. Hh a -Ist.* aud went Into the bout* To his mother's question* as to his absent** from supper, be wrote with his mat* and ***** ' about his experience with the bee. as h« could not talk. "Well, ion," t'Oild»tl li!« father. . "It seems to me the b.-- defeated tho robber, and I think they pun ished roil enough." "Yea." _»..,•.. Ilalph. "t'.ll know enough to let the bees alono l '•■!■■ i after." trace of dampness remains. When made, the coffee will be clear as amber. It la a «ell known fact lhat the Ivory b*Cks of toilet brushes should never he wet when the bristles are washed. If the Larks are splashed with water, this should be rubbed off and 'I.i- Ivory thoroughly dried without delay. A paste made of cbalw moistened with any good per fumed oil and a little sal volatile la a moans of keeping tha Ivory bright and polished, the paatn being laid somewhat thickly over the surface and allowed ' d. on, when the Union Savings & Trust Co. of Seattle 5 "' '■ ' Capital »300,000 Surplus and ur.ulvlded ..of.lt 40.C00 Oo you realize why we use this space 'every day saying things to you? Because, to suc ceed, we must have your confl dence and assistance. Then we will be mutually benefited our bank will grow and your savings will grow. Start an ac count this month. I Nil HI SI __\ PER CENT Compounded Seiiii-Atinii.illy. * JAMES D. HOOK, President. , f N. B. BOLNEH. Cashier, DinXCTOIta: Ferdinand Hrhmlls. J. l> l.n-,. man, AH. Stewart, <-' 11. 11. i.h. 11. ■' McCorrolck, .'sums I). Hogs, ft, 11. Solnsr. t •*- l m* ■ CORNER SECOND and CHERRY STREET Breaches at llnllunl. Ueorc*tunn aad llenloo. • powder should b« removed with a leather.; "* \ 7 t_______if lt**^Y **a\mT^^^*l^C^*^*^K,^- * v* *y\ T" *___%.* *y __ok.' E^ -t. a ''^^^Mm^^^SSsPWStmKa Foods iB el fas 18 B j An oyster is the . most unstylish proposi ! tion you can imagine — ! unless of course you except Cobs. Their looks don't amount to any thing either, hut neither do they rely on looks. Both arc quality propositions* there's quality in a Cobit's the crudest looking cigar in the world, but contains Havana. A rough, plain, honest citizen "i a r smoke. Solidly good, dependable and sold on merit. No band*—no brilliant boxes, just tobaCCO, and good tobaCCO ami fine tobacco. . Nine of them in a homely bundle for fif— ' teen cents. BUY A BUNDLE OR BY THE BOX FOR SALE EVERYWHERE Mason, Ehrman & Co., Distributers, Seattle, Portland, Spokane ft I ITI All *'"h» are no good that In half a year Cobs have 1..- IA! 'II 111 '"""' ***** most popular rlgar in America: hh pillar w/fIUI-Uli that Imitation ia. .v. r\ wh.-rr It.- sure that you get "the real Cobs, In the GREEN package, or you won't get tag real enjoy ment.' Only the best la copied, and ****** are never best. Look for the green package. 1 This Victor /^--B "$M „ . Talking Machine and 6 AJ-W. *W •-*■%_ *"'""*• L Talking Machine and 6 L V mam*. Selections for— /^i^^^***_>*L__ V^. lis $19.75 M_2^^^^hii^^ EASY PAYMENTS \Lgy^ ||m IF DESIRED ygv-jg^ Sotisa ami his band, Try- . , t_____^_t /fir m's band, the U. S.*Marine -g^_Bl-s^_^^__^^^^■*» band, the Royal Marine band flflli •!!..■. ~¥jjSAjjj llNi jiffi ..I Italy—in fad, the greatest | Mii Li*"*?! I|l<S 1; military bands in the world, ■ (Hj j| Hj/ ||. If play for you on the Victor. _*g^^J_: i li_CHl'__S- >-.~<c*e4^_fc Tetra/zini, Caruso, Gadski,, "^i;rj Ir^___lrfv-^^i^ft,ivr? Sembricli and all the other " matin** world famous singers sins for you on the ■ *__*_* , Victor. I ii"j_, m* Victor. | ll.lra Order a Victor at once if you have none I __ *'*>* g ** * » I Prices not advanced when buy- £ lt.-e..rrt» i i iifs iml advanced when buj I i««t ing on easy terms. ? •*"** *tmt*w*m*am la.-111.- Coast l»l»lrlhtilrr» *F_RtK Pacific ...h.i llcnlcrs 1.. I .1 xi< Hill iiiiKina |A,C\ Sleli.ua, I, „,l Other ($ Mm 1i11..-.. W fVjl _ I'lm an.l 111..,., I ifi^!3ffiPk^*i}©_ *, 1.00 Second Avenue Nineteen liar— on thai Naar Union Attrat, *eattla. I'arlfl.. Coaat. H CYNTHIA GREYS LETTER^ •_«--._. —~~^m^m**m*^^^*o m DM) Miss Offl Ploaso '"•' ***** what wan i In- earliest date that people could travel from New fort to Oakland by rail nil thn way, and what was the name of the rallroud? (2) inn ... opt* went from Now York by water II years ago, m* did not go around Cape Horn, boo dtd lh. v root UM Isthmus ill Pan ama, by rati or stage, to get to Oakland? "ANXIOUS." A.—The first transcontinental route, via Hi.' Union Pacific and Cent nil Pacific, waa flnlah *ln 1868. I. had boon In construction lor sum" year* previous, but the Civil Ml ami the crisis of l**l had delayed Its completion until that tltuo. I _.'•'.'-.- . (2) The Isthmus of Panama was crossed by people log that route lo get to California 39 ycara ago, by stage nil nail boats on the navigable livers. Dear Mlsa Orey: Will you plena., tell m.. what the laws are In British Columbia regarding marriage licenses and the required ago of appi 11 iiiilh, etc.? "MAIIY E." A lh. Canadian laws require that the appllcar.ta be of age. but a period of residence does not have to In. established. I>ear Mix* Orey: What will re move tho od«r of i>alnt from mm* boards? 11. 1». A.—-l.cave Ihe doors oj*n lo the air all you .■an. and watt with pa tience until the ...I. disappears. tiwr Miss Orey: The dust gets Into in) 11... in..in- hat and turns It gray. Hrualuna It does no good. 110 can I lake the dust out? II M II A.—Try spraying It with *•" line. II tliat doesn't help, you will have I.i rip the hat and wash the silk In gasoline. ' ,-— , FREDERICK & NELSON, foe. r-.— ■ —, ;.;:"..:.::. J ***** «*— °*n'.*\ ** ! ?;"!m, iaseiratSafesroon. l In- popular Basement Salesroom presents at all times excellent values in the more inexpensive lines of dependable Dry .'""Is. Blankets, Pillows, Comforts Double-bed White Cotton Blankets, medi um weight, with colored borders; $1.00 pair. Double bed White Cotton Blankets, heavy weight, with colored borders; $1.25 pair. Emmerich Sanitary Bed Pillows, i"""l quality tick, with crushed chicken-feather filling; 85c each. Double-bed ire Cotton-filled Comforts, with dark-colored figured silkoline covering on both sides; $1.50. Specials in Untrimmed Millinery SPECIAL 50c—Attractive, medium-sized Black Felt Shapes, turned up at one side. SPECIAL SO. —Extra-large Wings in a color assortment including gray, raisin, brown and elec tric-blue. SPECIAL 50c—Substantially made Breasts, eighteen inches long, in iridescent effects. Inexpensive Floor Coverings VELVET RUGS— 27x54; $1.15. CARPETING 4-4 Union Ingrain Car peting; 40c yard. 2-4 BroMelctte Stair Carpeting; 30c yard. 2-4 Hemp Stair Carpet ing ; 25c yard. 3-4 Hemp Stair Carpet ing; 35c yard. GRANITE RUGS— 9x12; $3.90. • 9xlo-6; $3.25. BisseU't Carpet Sweepers; $1.65 Frederick & Nelson Incorporated •--r-i.-re i FREDERICK & NELSON, Inc. 1 F-_.n..r. ,-j »rr *!«*** SMf*. C|o - e - ->,„_. st tt.SO. I °** *** The Regal Steel Range . * -*. .."' ' ■_■,;,._, ..^;.;..;,;';, ■^^■r-L, , r/r.-... / *-;**; • -.:.■■;.;.■ .>::.■■;.,;■;.:..'.'' ■ mm**^^F*^mm\ mamIMMMMPmW'' _m '_l___ wl A*" '^^^^lr^^r^v^^^^^9SmM*% S • *'■ mt , *S|Ba_____l __L- • s ____* j* _mm _^SL_^_B I M, [ I'M 'li '*■_ "'_-.^itSfjsS^--/*'*■".-** ■*■ s_ana_sss_i_sa J-*-f*l ■ '■ ■■■■ ■ •■ ■-.-.--'-"..■.;. ■.■•:-,■'. -_■ ■■■■:_- --, - ..." •-. ';h-■.,:■-•■■■:■.; .... ■■ . r- y-r.-■ - .■ ■*.-.* . -;■ * a-. . - -.... . The Regal Steel Range has bod) of Wcllsville polished steel, asbestos-lined, with duplex grate for wood or coal, lias high roll warming closet, drop fire-door and plain nickel trimmings. Priced as follows: With oven 14x18 inches; $29.00. With oven 16x18 inches; $31.00. With oven 18x18 inches: $3:5.00. —First Tloor. West Bhilltllac. Frederick & Nelson INCORPORATED Bake Oven Treatment taaaaaaaaaaaatmmaaaMaaaaaaaMaßaamaamaa* For I.adlra nad .-I'-stlcn.ca. ...... Mi ..u(r and Ct...11u« It.v.iv In.-lnilril la Tr.ataasat. We Solicit Your l-atri.nnse. BL. -TOURIST BATHS- --^s; Oceldrnlal. ■ \A\J**M^J I *Ara * * taj v- ._....■■: i. ' . _._ 0 mt ALL-WOOL' ART SQUARES— ■lxl2; $8.50. 9xlo-6; $8.00. 9x9; |6-75. 7-6x9; $5.75. BATH MATS— 30 25. 27x54; $1.50.' 18x36; 75c." di r MATTINGS— j Japanese and China Mat tings; 15c and 20c yard.