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m* tt! '■ I** nilnutea all atouiach dlatrcaa will so No In-
VZ h«artburt>. aourneaa or bel. hint of aaa. acid or eructationa
iTiMl''*'' *«**• no bloating. foul breath or headache.
• "JJI, otop<s , *»» '» fw "• ai»*e<t In regulating upe»t atom
r TT li U* Nreat. quickest and moat certain innH) In the whole
m*L u4 bMIdM It l« h«rml*aa
of men and women now <-at their farortte food* without
, .tor tK'» no* It I* needleea to have * bad atoniach
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| JBf HI Mil are »t, k»l. telee mm 4 like. Mela (3M.
PlB ° r n* V 'lT VlT° 1» f
J Thankful to know that you can gat hoaaat
ralue la the thrw eaaentlal* of gool rlotheg; I
Styla, Fit and Sarrlca. Bulla and Overroata I
In the moat popular aharfea and pattrrna H
that are tailored to took right and wear B
M
$18*50 I OVEI,COA I
Do Not Worry 1
I
We ran arrange that »err nlraly for yon Hi
We ha*«* hp|["-d ttK»i»and* of mas and young H
nirti who find It ao miM~b iu->ra *atlaf»< tory
and <onvrtu.-nt to pay aa tbey get paid. Wa lj
ran help you. too. ■
$1 a Week or $5 a Ij
Month Is Enough ||
Op.n
& OJZEKP
HT— — I Third Av.sJSV
Clean Bread
\
'mffm
Brea<! mar be fresh and clean when it leave* the bake shop,
ret be decidedly unclean when it re»ch« the consumer.
That*s because all bread is POROUS. If its crust is exposed
it absorbs moisture like a sponge.
If moisture were all, it would not matter so much so far as its
wholcsomcness is concerned, but this is not all.
Why Take Chances?
In its rounds from baker to consumer it is handled by driver,
focer, clerk, delivery boy Perhaps the hands are unclean.
Perhaps these persons are unhealthy.
Etrerg bread rater who buy" unwrapped bread i« taking; s chance. Tha
Wrr cannot control hia bread after it travel hi» ihnp, hot there's otie war >•
insure yourself and familr absolutely against unclean, unwholesome bread.
Eat HOIiSOM The Large
Wrapped Loaf
There are a thousand reasons why But best rraaon is H'a irrmpoiw£
«* '*• wen in a gtrmproof, dust proof, waaed paper snapper that preserves
it unsullied to th« final serving on your utile.
MMSM Br»ad is made from the choicest flour and beat ingredients it Is
pos-iMe to produce, The water it filtered, the flour ia thoroughly sifted aad
t'sted in our ideally sanitary shop.
Eat HOLSUM, and Enjoy Health
10 cent* at all groom
Oon'i take a bun for a loaf —demand the 32 ounce "Holsiira"
loaf of your dealer.
HOLSUM BAKING CO
Letters to Cynthia Grey
"DO NOT WANT TO LIVE WITHOUT AFFECTION"
l>aar Mlu Urev: I want your advice In rnr trouble lam a man
Ai old, have been married all yeara, aud uiy wife la four yeara
older
She la a woman of good moral character, hut ahe haa a fiery 'em
l>«r I am naturally very aemiltlvc, and her word* rut to th»> Imnc
Hardly a day im**.-* without a arrap. Wi» liayn two children Whan
ah« la away, everything la peaceful. but when aim la lioutn In a turmoil
I ha>«* tried hard to bear It. but I am living a life of mlaory.
Bhe adutlta her at l ong temper, but »he ihlnka I ought lo bcnr It
bocauac ahe la a "good woman," aud aha never trlea to rontrol heraelf
I ha*e tried klndueaa. but to no ayall. Hhe ahowa lota of affection lo
the children, but aaya It la not In her to *how her love for me >4b«<
haa not offered to kiaa me ten tliuea lu at* year*, except when I a how
her affection
Now, I am tired of thla cat aipl don life. I do not cure for any one
elae. but do not want to lira my life with no affection and teuderm-aa
In It. I would Hive anything If aha would change, but ahn aaya aha
cannot help It and will uot try.
She rlalma »h* lovea me hecauae lam a good, clean man Would
you ad* lee DM to bear thla uilaerable life, or get thrntigb with It?
UNrORTIfNATK HUMAND.
A.- Any one virtu* la not an exctiae for any t>artlcular aln. and
making it ao la another error.
I think your wife muat have been ralaed to believe a woman haa no
right to make auy advance to a man either before or after marriage, ao
I would not bother about that, She probably lovea you aa well aa you
do bar.
Aa to the temix>r. aha ran overcome It, and nhould make the effort
to do ao for her own good. The louger ahe puta It off. the worae It will
be Appeal to her to do It becauac it la right, and not for your aake,
and then notlcw It aa little aa poaalble.
Thanksgiving
Apparel
To Be Thankful For
** THE STAR—FKIIMV, NOVEMBER 15, 1912.
"CAN A GIRL OF 1« LOVET"
IW Minn Gr*y: I have read
J your anawera in The War every
i evening for some time, and now I
I wan! you to tall me aouietlilnit.
('an a girl of 14 really love • boy"
I don't mean foolishly, but a
and dt«p love.
Thar® la a certain boy whoni I
lov* in tbla way, I think I would
I* *lilltns to lire up everything
to hint eicept my honor Ikiea a
boy appreciate a love Ilka thia? I
wish Kim* of the hoys would eft
proa* their view* on thl* matter, aa
I want to know I.OVKHI'K
A Bo rarely doe* a glil of 1<
really love that It la not a*re to
trust her fueling at that time. And
ao very. very rarely doe* a young
boy know enough to appreciate
such love that It la wiaest to wait
until older before making any con
cessions
I know a slrl who walked the
floor and cried the night a man 10
year* her senior left hta home
town. The man from then on de
veloped alowly, the girl rapidly,
and a few year* after ahe ahrank
front him. And he wa* really a
good man Hut what ahe thought i
love waa really emotion.
HOW CAN I WINT
l>ear Ml** Grey; I am In love
with a young man of 23 and he
doea not ■• •■m to care a* much for
me as I do for him.
Will you pieaae advise me In
what way I can win his affections*
I am IH years of age and have
known him eight tnoniha.
Will you also advise ntn If It Is
proper to go out with a *oldl«*r
when be baa his V. H uniform on*
Thanking you In advance.
MIHH M
A - There la nothing one can do
to win the affection of another,
and if you did so by strenuows ef
fort*, you could not hold It. no why
out wait quietly and take phllo
sophirmlly *b*l the god* send?
It Is considered bet let form for a
soldier to wear civilian clothes
when not on duly, but he may not
have them, ao don't Judge harshly
RULE FOR MAKINO DESSERTS
When making desserts. allow
on* heaping tablespoonful of gran
ula'ed sugar to each egg and half a
pint of milk.
Cynthia'* Amwen
to Many Questions
The salary of the president of the
lulled Stat-. I* 17 j. 000 a y«ar.
Remove paint from cloth villi
turpentine and r»««i»i the turpen
tine spot with gasoline.
Ilrown suede or velvet shoes are
not practical for school *<*ar. gun
m"tj| are the moat serviceable.
For Information regarding the
taking on I of naturalisation papers,
apply or write to the Naturalisation
Rureau, Federal building. Srittl*.
If a person send* a check In p*y
mint of a debt and baa not tha
amount of the check In the bank,
the check I* worthless and the debt
mnat be paid otherwlae.
If hair baa a tendency to (m«
on the face, any kind of cold cream
containing grease will aid the
growth If cold cream la applied.
It should be at bedtime after the
face haa been waahed thoroughly.
At any social gathering, where
you are required to entertain a
young man whom you are not well
acquainted with, your conversation
should be on the topics of general
Interest, tbst la, not Intimate, as
If you had known etch other for
aotnn time.
The member* of President Taffs
cabinet are: Her Htate. P. f!. Knox;
B«h\ Treaa . Franklin MrVeagh,
Hec. War. H. L. Htlmpaon; Atty
Oeneral. O. W. VV'ickerahani; Post
master General, P If. Hitchcock;
Hw. Nary. <» V. Meyer; Sec In
terior, W. L Flaber. Sec. Agricul
ture, J. Wilson; Hec Commerce anil
Labor, C. Nagel.
Re-Block Your Hats
We ran re-block your vnlvst.
•Ilk. Ijuvtr. velour. aatln or f*lt
into ili« latoat style
MODEL MILLINERY
H97 >fk Bid, ttth floor
"""TFITTTTT 1 ™"
MADE TO OROKft LADIES'
SUITS
$25.00 TO $32.50
Ladlaa' Tailored Suit Shop.
Buy Thanksgiving Supplies Here— -—Open Saturday Evening Until 9
Now l« th« tim« to r*pl»nlah I
your •«•»< w of Nap ■
Ki»t« Tl.«m art
ffta 11 In « h •Ia «. m
hHmttHl «|| I ■
I— um* Mi»«< i*i 1 nr M
utiv% •«<h
Banner Bargains at the Room-Making Sale
Who Needs Blankets
He« our dlaplay of 1,000 |>alr
of Cotton Itlanket* and
prbad for quick dla|>oaal
Tbe variety of stylea, color*
and gradea la ao large we
cannot particular!** In de
acrtptlon* of each one, but w»
can guarantee you the hlg
ge*t values In gray, tan and
white at the following price*
per palr
•MS. •I SO, •t.M, £A
11.15. 9Sc, 89c and 0"C
Gray color only, QQl*
at. a pair, 7tc and JUC
WOOL n s IS II PI, A I D
HUANKETS AT, A I'AIH—
$2.69 $1.89
Wool Mixed Blankets.
Kitra large Wool and Cotton
Mixed illanketa In the follow
Ing combination color* —tan
ami white, blue and white
plak aji<l whit*, and gray and
wbltr. chet k« d design*
Hltea 6g*So Incbea and worth
•i.OO a pair Bpe- ** AA
■ Lai value* apr )J.O"
Pure Wool Blankets.
Thoaa "Buffalo" Wool
Hlank-ta are guaranteed ab
aojutely all wool, both warp
and filling, and they wltl laat
a lifetime. We are note
agent* for the** blanketa In
the Northwest and we are
buying direct from one of the
largest blanket mill* In the
country. They make only
this blanket, thua Inaurtng a
high degree of perfection.
They are made In two altea
only. In plain colors and
plslds.
rtlie MiiO Inch** — worth
fi.M; our prtre. Aa m
a pair #4.07
Hue "0>.12 Incbea — worth
17.W>: our price, »r AA
a pair #D.D*f
OUTING FLANNEL
Btandard grade Outing Flan
nel. In thirty different stylea;
In r berks and stripes; St
inchea wide. For Haturday
special, 7
a yard liC
CRETONNES.
500 yards of Manufacturers
Remnants of 10c Cretonnes. In
all styles; good for drapery
purpose*; also make good
comfort covering*. The
lengths run two to ten yards.
Special. J1
per yard
FINE COMFORTER
BATTING.
Half pure white wool and
half Sea Island cotton batting
Thla Is considered the moat
economical, most serviceable
and most sanitary filling for
comforta; alae of roll 72xfi4
inchea. In one, two and three
pound weights.
Special price, /»q
a pound 09C
MEN'S OVERALLS
SPECIAL 25c.
Third Floor.
For the early shoppers on
Ssturday there will he some
of thoae famous 76c Overalls
we told you of the first of the
week. They here been pro
nounced wonderful vsluea by
adores of patrons i<urlng the
Wftek. (Come early Saturday,
as thojf will be flniahed up,
(uoe utir to a cus- ar
tutyM>r).,at, a pair.. &DC
ME N*S HEAVY RIBBED
COTTON SHIRTS AND
DRAWERS, SOLD IN SUIT 3
ONLY/(LIMIT TWO SUITS
TO A'CUSTOM. «yc
ERj, PER SUIT IDC
Leather Mule Skin
Gloves, 16c Pr.
There la still a goodly assort
ment Of them for thoae who
cotne Out lu good aeuson Sat
urday, and limy are just as
big vsluea now ns they were
Wednesday. Men, be sure
and get lu on this glove bar
gain. at 1
a pair IDC
WOMEN'S OUTING
GOWNS.
Third Floor.
Indies' Warm Outing downs.
In neat striped patterns in
blue and white, and pink and
white. Trimmed with fancy
flnlxlilng braids Ar.d cross
stitching. High neck. Splend
id quality of material.
a 75c
PaNTDN & IONDDN Co.
"Tkt Economy Store"
Second Ape., Between Spring and Seneca
Phone Main 6035
SATURDAY
This is a place to ttipply your needs for Thanks
giving Fine Linen*, Cutlery, China, Cut <">la ss and season
able merchandise of all sorts and descriptions at popular
prices. Thousands have visited our store during this first
week of this Room-.'Making Sale and many have gone away
with new impressions in their minds of what this reorganiz
ed store stands for in the way of first-class merchandise at
the lowest possible prices consistent with dependable quality.
Conic ami examine our offerings tomorrow.
OVER ONE HUNDRED WOMEN'S AND MISSES' A a ao
FALL AND WINTER SUITS THAT FORMERLY >K MX
SOLD AT (13 00. •14.98, 917.50 AND *19.50, tOR TV * U
Tbeae Hulta are made on the aauie model* and of the aame klnda
of materlala aa Milts you aee In the ahow window* priced all the way
from $26 00 to $10 00 The** value* are poalttvely aatoundlng and well
nigh unbelievable unlees you are willing to vlalt our big second floor
and satisfy youraelf that what wa are telling you la the "goaptil
truth." The materlala are a«rgea. cheviot*, diagonal* and uiliturea.
Jacket* a p.* lined with good aatln and splendidly tailored In every way.
All sizes for women and mlaae*
ALL OUR WOMEN'S AND MISSES' »?0.00 AND A« J Af*
•25.00 SUITS ARE MARKED DOWN FOR SATUR
Model* that posaeas the beat featurea of the aeaaon'* beat aelllng
and moat popular atylea. Made of beautiful qualltlea of inanniah
serge*. i hevlota, diagouala, whlpcorda. two-ton<-d diagonal* olid man
nl*h mltturea. tailoring and flnlah of the very hlgheat order. Bkln
iter * aatln lining*, shield* and welghta; hair cloth and canva* busts.
All alie*. Kee tb-m Maturday and tak* your choice for only •14.99.
f WOMEN'S COATS
About three dozen Si AO
All Wool F*ull length
C'oata la bla'k, brown*, gray* and
mUtures. All sUmi. If you sr*
looking for a bargain In a coat, here
WOMEN'S AND MISSES'
This Is a magnificent QQ
line of KbII and Winter" #5r.2f0
191 > garments. Including all our
$11.00* aUx k and many of our $15 00
Coata. among them several new
models recently brought out by
leading New York manufacturers.
Don't allow yourself to miss this
offer If you sre thinking of buying
a good Toat within t year. It la
eaay to save <5 00 on a Coat here.
One-Piece House Dresses.
Regular )l !& and $ 1 •>'' QO.
These Dreaae* were worth 90C
tbe money at tbe regular price*, for they are O. K. In st>les, mate
rlala and workman*hlp'ln every way There are about a dosen differ
ent models to select from. Tsken from our regulsr Rne of <1 25. II 49
and tl 69 Urease*. Now Is the opportune time to purcbaae llouae
Ureases. All site*.
Silk Petticoat* Special
Meaaallnea and Taf f 1 Qfl
fetaa. lu all shades, f liwO
changeable effect* and fancy
pattern*. Beyond a doubt the
beat Petticoat offer of the year.
Oooda that are taken from our
regular $.100 and |4 00 line*
Saturday will be a g«»»d day to
chooae from tbeae splendid tinea
at «I.M.
_ MILLINERY DEPARTMENT
Thla rainy weaiher calls for the
Indestructible headdress for ladlca
and children, and we are showing
a aplendid aasortmettt. Including
the new "Hanky Panky" Tweed
T,M> "Twlddle-dclVe' Soft Craah
llata and a splendid assortment of
the Johnny lloy llata. Prlcea
All Colored Velvet Shapes—ths 52.75 quality—go to our MOO
patrona Saturday at half pries ▼ I iuw
P ALL PATTERN HATS AT M 95
Only about twenty five to aeleci from, but every one of them la correct
In every way. and no two alike. Thla offer Includea our Willow Plume
llata, worth up to $22 50. Saturday, $8.95
Children's and Miaaea' Hata, worth |1.25 to $1.50, all ready Qfl A
to wsar, a big lot to aelect from, at 69c and www
Sew Mocha Gloves, silk lined
Colors black, grays and browna.
Bvery pair warranted *4 7C
and fitted. Price, a pair lif w
NATURAL CHAMOIS GLOVES
We think thla the beat one you
over aaw for the money. OQr
Price, a pair ..031#
Women's Outing
Gowns
Third Floor.
I .adieu" Out Inn Uo*n«, In
various pretty combination*
and pat tenia In blue and
white, lira y and whit# Hnd
pink and whit#. taatlly
trimmed In braids, tucka.
and hemstitching. Also
beautiful plain white Outing
(Jowna, trimmed In finishing
bralda and embroidered in
pink and blue on curfß and
yokes. With or without
collars. (| OP
Price
Ladles' Outing flown* of ex
tra quality material, in pink
and white, blue and white
atrlpod pattern*, also In plain
whl(e; effectively trimmed
with torchon lace* at neck,
while othors are finished
with ribbon bands and fancy
notching on yoke and collar.
Either rotiud or aquare
yokes, with or without col
btrf. The prices are $1.78,
11-89 M AO
This I* Probably the Last Call on
WOMEN'S WAISTS, AT
Score* of Rood AC.
Waista. Id white. bla< u fcvw
and colored lawna. madras, chain'
bray. per> alea and other wash ma
tanaW Some of the white lawn
numbera are trimmed with lace and
embroidery and are quite aultable
for at reel wear. The former prlcet
on ibeae good a ranged from ik to
$1.50. All aizea from 34 to U
OLOVE DEPARTMENT
Main Floor
LADIES' MITTS
&0 doiteti pairs of Indies' White
or Cray .Mitts, all sites, 4A.
a pair, Saturday Illw
CHILDREN'S MITTS
Manufacturers' seconds. but
|uai about aa good as the flrsta,
and leas than half the prlcc. **ee
them Saturday, at, a pair, 1 fl —
15c and I Ul»
Children's Shoes, 98c.
Oood, aturdy styles in button
or lace, fine box calf or the
more dressy vlcl kid; sizes
& to RVi, at, QQ r
a pair wOw
Same In larger alien, to
!»*!. JJ.2S
Same In Misßes' sizes to
W*'..T^...*1.50
Women's Hand-Knit
Slippers, 69c.
Made of fine German yarn in
fancy weavea, colors red,
blue, black, gray ftQ
and pink OwC
Misses' sizes, special, CQ.
a pair 39C
Children's sizes, spe- j|Q n
cial, a pair «f3C
Children's Rubber Hoots, ac
cording to size and quality,
a pair—
$2.00 $1.75 $1.50
' **hi kkizko Hi rn.r.iu ■
lf*r« j« * canum* •n«f» In ■
!»<tl»«' «n4 ' hll'lraua deubU I
twitur« Muwith 'ia«p ■
ra*t«n*r«. «nd right ■
th« |>'<i.t»lar * «|trf M *a m
I ILr ■
mat *irta Km t, . M Ajr fl
Mmim
Special Shoe Prices for
Saturday
Your profit is greater
than ours at tlifne fig
ures. We inak'! you these
prices fyr the two-fold
purpose of Room-Making
and Business-Building. If
you come here Saturday
you will see that we are
"winning out" on both.
MEN'S SHOES FOR
BUSINESS.
or Drew wear. Values that
have been pacemakers ever
since we Introduced them.
We are selling at Department
Store ahort profit prices, so
It Is safe to figure they are
worth from 50c to $1.00 more
than we have them marked.
Will you give us an opportu
nity to demonstrate the
truth of this statemeni* A
splendid stock to choose
from at, a pair
$4.00 $3.75 $3.50
MEN'S SHOES, $2.00
Regular 12 50 and $3 00 val
ues Several very good styles
In Hlucher or button Shoes,
new, high, roomy toes and
all solid leather In the soles
and counters Tans, box calf,
gtin metal and some patent
leathers; take your choice
rs?" "• $2.00
MKN'H BUPPERB IN VARI-
Ol'B BTYI.EB AND AU.
PRICES AS FOMJOWS, A
I'Allt. *1.75. >1.69, #1 l)fl
II 50 AND | I lUU
"UNDER PRICES" ON MEN'S
MEDIUM ANO HEAVY
WEIGHT WORK SHOES—
Soft, everlasting leather (hat
repels water when well oiled.
Thick Goodyear welt sole*—
honest all through, and we
are 50c to 75c under price at,
i»er pair—
$4.00 J3.75 $3.50
BIG BOYS' SHOES
at $3.00.
Heavy tan Goodyear welt
school Shoes at 13 00;* also
black gun metal calf Dress
Shoes for boys of all sixes;
Goodyear welt soles. There
Is the best of material,
workmanshlp,%ervlce and fit
In these splendid Shoes at
$3.00
IIBST VALUES IN BOYS'
HHAVY SKKVICE SHOES
FOR SCHOOL AT THESE
POPULAR PRICES, A PAIR
*2 50. $2 00. *1.75. QQ.
11.50, *125 and JOG
WOMEN'S FELT
JULIETS, 98c.
Richly trimmed In Ribbon or
Eur, leather aolea, note the
colors —red. wine. brown,
blark. myrtle, nary and (tray,
generally around town at
$1.25. but the Panton ft lin
den Co. price, a QO.
pair, in wOv
Moral —Buy your Christmas
Slippers here.
Finer qualities of Felt Juli
ets for Women, choice of
pink, blue, black and five
other shades at a i»alr
J1.75A5UJ1.49
Women's Comfort Felt
Slipper*, $1.00
Foxed with leather and heavy
fleece lining. Insuring perfect
comfort and satisfaction.
Two qualities to show you
at, a pair
$1.50 AND $1.00
Infants' Shoes, 50c.
Hundreds of pairs of soft,
black kid Shoes In either
button or lace styles; sizes 1
to 5; values to 75e; CA.
special, a pair 3UC
CORK INSOLES — MEN'S
OR WOMEN'S— C _
A PAIR 3C
HAIR INSOLES— lA.
A PAIR lUC
HULL FROG SHOE C
POLISH UC
Women's Popular Tan
Buttoners.
Also snmrt patent leather or
button Shoes; also the al
ways impulnr vlcl kid In but
ton and Blucher styles; a
wonderful Hue to choose
from, nt, M Cft
a pair p£.UU
EXTRA SPECIAL.
Misses' Plucher style ShoCs
In best vlcl kid, with Strang
leather Boles. Sizes
12 to large 2, at, a pair, f UC
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