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Used Furniture BARGAINS Homelurnishers will find, among the item* quoted below, excellent opportunities for the selection of Furni ture at decided reductions. On all the items quoted, where there i» no specified quantity, there are only single piece-, and customers making early selections naturally net <he best bargains We ad\i»e you to come early. $>$0.00 Mahogany Sewing I'ahle for $9.75 $25.00 Velour upholstered Settee for $4.7S $27.50 Fumed Oak Leather -eat ( hair $7.95 $.55.00 Tapestry Upholstered K ker for $9.75 $10.00 \'elour Upholstered Morns Chair f0r.... .&5f $22. ?0 \ntique Oak Bookcase fur $5.00 $.15.00 Combinati^>ti Bookcase $11.fin $25.00 Karl\ Knglish I.eatht •• Kicker. $8.50 r—9sc — | —95c —| EACH EACH BED SPRINGS RUGS Have wood frame and 9x12 Body Brussels metal fabric spring; 20 Fug. in this lot; values to 9x12 Tapestry Brussels $7.00. Rug $12 SO Parly English Pedestal for 91.05 $45 00 Antique Oak Secretary f<>r $9.75 $5.00 Bamboo What-not for 95<* $o0(»> Karly English China Closet for $27.50 $75.00 C»olden Oak China Closet for $27.50 $55.00 Golden Oak Sideboard for $19.50 $25.00 Drop-head Velour Couch for $11.75 $19.50 N'elour Bed Davenport for $1.95 $12.50 White Enameled Porch Settee for 95<* 1 —95c —11 —95c —| EACH EACH COUCHES IRON BEDS Upholstered in velour; Values t056.00; six Beds four Couches in this lot. in this lot. $fo.oo Mahogany Velour Upholstered Bed Davenport for $13.50 $13.50 Golden t>ak Hall Seat for $3.95 $25 00 Mahogany I.ibrarv Table for $11.75 $65 .00 Waxed Oak Dining Table, with 54-inch top, for $22.50 $25.00 VS'axed Oak Dining Table for $13.50 $25.00 Early English Dining Table for $7.75 —$6.50 —1 —95c — EACH EACH French Braaa Beds COMMODES Regular price $14.50; Regular price to $7.00; five Beds; slightly dam- five Commodes in this aged. lot. $7.50 Child's Crib and Mattress for 950 $5.00 Kitchen Queen for $1.25 $125.00 Early English Sideboard for $27.50 $75.00 Early F.nglish China Cabinet for $27.50 $17.50 Fumed Oak Serving Table for $4.95 $17.50 Corner China Cabinet for $2.75 $7.50 White Enameled Crib for $2.75 $25.00 Mahogany Wood Bed for $12.50 $50.00 Mahogany Wood Bed for $17.50 $37.50 Ivory Wood Bed for $16.75 G.R. FURNITURE EXCHANGE 511 PiKe Easy Terms A eerlbe suggests a revival of Itolah fighting. If he realizes tbli ambition, aald acrlbe will work a fearful hardship on the free lunch counters —about the only thing some fighters ever worked. Cures Without Drugs Thig Modern Method of Electric Treatment Is Curing Men and Women After Drugs Fail. §You need not mffir from tUrn. nervoua romplalnta. loat strength debll- Ity, itomtcli, kidney, liver dl*ord*»r* or *ny other w»aknf«» that unman* you. 'her# I* a remHy that curaa auch trou r>l*« quickly and thoroughly. Thla rem :?y '• alectrlcltv, the power that glvea lire and «tren*th to tha human body Vou know that all you lark ta forr# and vim. Anything that will put n»w llf* Into your ncrv*« and build up your vitality will cure you. Klectrlclty doea that wh*n properly applied. Wear Y£l*ctra-Vlta while vou alecp it fllla the ncrvra And vital* with now life You wake up In the morning full of vim, fr#»* from p-ilna and ach«*i. Klertra-Vlta I* a n*if-'-barged body battery, which pumpi a »t'»Hdy. unbroken ttrrnm of irnlvnr.h- Hectrlrlt Into the nerves for hour* white you "leap. Infilling them with new energy and building up the entire «vxtein to a rtrong, h*;*lthy condition, ft renew* the uplrlt of ambi tion arid huatle Tt mak'i atrong li«erltl.v men out of alow-going. dlffcouraged weak - llng« If you have a pain It drives It out. If you have stomarh trouble, rhetimatlam, weakness lumbago, kidney or liver com plaint. or Juat a lark of narve forre, Klertra-Vlta will prove an eff«f tlva treat .— or write for our beau- FREE tlful 90 pi|(* book, whlrh tells I ill about our treatment. Tl.ln BOOK 1 book rontalriM plcturea of m « well-built, robuat man and woman, showing how IClertra-Vlta la ap plied jtiid explain* many things you Consultation fre» Office houra: fl » m. to B:80 p. rn.; or evenings by appoint- THE ELECTRA-VITA CO. ROOH 24M1 KMI'HKNM MI.VHJ. (•IfVs geeoi»d Ave., I ornrr Hpriuit N(h Kflltle, U««h. Driving his auto to Independence, Mo,, from Chicago, where It was recovered after being stolen, owner was arrested In every town becauae description of car had been sent broadcaat to constables BOOZE PROFIT MOUNTING HIGH Bootleßßfr* Clean Up 800 Per Cent Profit on $1,600,000 BUSINKSS IS GROWING That tha Seattle bootlaggara hava racatvad mora than tt.000,000 for liquor during tha laat flva montha la tha con ssrvatlv* aatlmata of Ssrgt. Putnam, head of tha dry aquad, mada Thuraday, Hara la tha way ha haa fig urad It. "We have confiacated about 35.000 gallons of whisky alncs May 1," ha aald. "It'a **fs to aaiumi that ws havant gotten mora than ona fourth of tha ahipmtnt. If wi hava gottin that much, especially during tha laat an wsska. "On the theory that ttO.Ooo gal Inn* lint* hem snesked thru, It l» conservative to asaume that tli" ivwmn prim to the consumer ha* been at leant 12 in a quart It's higher than that at moat place* And this rhows a better than 100 (>er rent profit." Figuring on thla ba*la. the retail sates. aln< e May 1. have brought In more than II 400.000 This P itnam aa<*, la a conserv atlve estimate figures probably run much higher. It'a eaiiv to see he said, "how operator* can afford to pay money to police officers who will work wit;-, them In protecting a good atand.'" .Sergt Putnam estimate. that If sit twllce department memb'ra ro operated. made report* on bootleg gera, and did not tip off ralda. about 211 liquor--dealing places could be .leaned up. Wldeo[>en hotels and gambling Joint* are running, too. he declare*, because policemen are playing In with the operators. Two carload •hlpmenta of whlaky were confiscated We«lnc»day. Deputy sheriffs, sent out by t'n der Hherlff Jack Xtringrr. who re ceived a tip before the police, setied ono car at tieorgetown It • ontalned 102 ca»r« conalrned to Tim \ ogel llalnea. Alaska. In car* of the Pueet Hound Transfer Co,, and arrived on the O-YV. truck* Pry tfqusd Officers Kord, Bog geaa and Johnaon selted a ship merit of 72 caaea In the N p freight yards Wedneaday, and con fiscated It l! waa conslgn'd to tha Juneau Minor Co Ks-Polkemsn K. J Margett. who waa srreated early Wednesday »aa released Wednesday afternoon on $">OO ball, and "Peanuts 8 <! Ijn ton. underworld character, waa r* leaaed on 1100 ball. Marre Hardin, a n-gro »ald to be active below Yealer way among women there, baa been arreated and h*ld on an open charge Chief Beck Ingham. Mayor 011 l and Sergt Putnam have been cited TO DARKEN HAIR APPLY SICE TEA A few application* of Saga Tea and Sulphur bring back ita vigor, color, glosa and youthfulnaaa fommon garden aage brewed Into a heavy tea with sul phur added, will turn *ray, atreak ed and faded hair beautifully dark and luxuriant Juat a few applies tlona will prove a revelation If your hair la fading, streaked or gray. Mixing the Hage Tea and Hulphur recipe at home, though, la troublesome An easier way la to get a 50-eent bottle of Wyeth's Kage and Sulphur Compound at any drug store all ready for use This is the old time recipe Im proved tjy the addition of other In gredlenta Whll- *Hpy. grar. fa<!ed hair Is not sinful, we sll desire to retain our youthful appearance and at trai:ti»en»sii Hy darkening your hair with Wyeth's Hage snd Bul phur Compound, no one can tell. !>ecause It does It so naturally, so «venly. You Just dampen a sponge or soft brush with It and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time; by morn ing all gray hairs have disap peared. and, after another applica tion or two, your hair becomes beautifully dark, glossy, aoft and ; luxuriant. This preparation I* a delightful toilet r'qulnlte nn<| Is not Intended for the cure, mitigation or preven tlon of dlseaae REAL PAINLESS DENTISTS In order to Introduce oar lew (whalebone) plate, which la the lightest and atrongeat plate known, torn net oorer the roof of the ao«th; you can bite corn off the eob, guaranteed IB years. fold crown tS.OO |ir> set of teeth fwhalehnne) HK.OO 110 aet of t»Mh 115.00 Bridge work, per tooth, gold ft.1.00 Whits crowns 93.00 Hold fillings $1.00 up Rllver fillings 800 Plattna fillings 750 All work (utrastMl far II rears. Hers Impraaalon tsken In tha morn- Ins and c»t asm* day. Kx*sa nation and advlra fres. Cell aaS nee lanpln ml Oar Plats sag Rrtdg* Work. We Itaa4 «fc. Teat at Time. Mnat of our praa»nt patronaga It recommarfd.d by our ».ir|y rualom ara. whoa» work If altll glvlna a>.oil •atlafa' tlon Aak our rustomera who hsva tratad our work Whan romlri* to our office. ha aura you sra In Ilia »tght plare P.rlnc thla ad with roll oHiOoir SST URlVßnsiT* ST. 1 »iml<» .Freest 1 Fetaaeee Mi STAR—THURSDAY, OCT 12, 1016 PAGIi 6 "MAD KING" IS DEAD; WOULDN'T GET HAIR CUT COPENHAGEN, Oct. 12.— King Otto of Bavaria, Europe'* "mad king," died auddanly at the cattle of f ueratenrled, where he h«a been confined, In •am, for aevaral yeara. The "mad king" of Bavaria, about 70 yeai* old at the time of hi* death, atartled Europe by hla eccantrlcltlea before he wa* declared Incapable of ruling on November ft, 1913. and waa eucceeded by Ma coudn, King Ludwig 111,, Several yearn ago the "mad king" wa* Wnprjaoned in the l-'euratetirled •■aatle. Tho In the mld*t of rich fur nl*hlng*. he I* reported to have lived like a outage, refuting to have hi* hair or null* cut, and atnldlug water and *oap I'nr daya he would refuae food. Imagining It to be |Mi|*oned. Hla attendant* finally per»itaded blm to eat by pretending to hide fotxl about the palace. The "mad kin*" then "dl*cov ered" the food, and believing It had beeu hidden by the aervalita to eat llufy their own appetite*, ate It with the greatest rellah. l(« «m poiloMld)' fund of grand opera. aumtnonrd *ell known dinger* to hi* i mil" prison, un<l often iprol d«>a lUtrnlng to op<-r«« FEEL FINE! TAKE 'CASCARETS' FOR LIVER, BOWELS Spend 10 centa! Don't atay bil ious, sick, headachy, constipated. Can't harm you! Be»t cathartic for men. women and children. Enjoy life' Your aystem la filled with an accumulation of bile and bowel poison which hMpt you blllnus. headachy. dlixy, tongue roated, breath bid and atouiarh •our- Why don't you get a lOcent box of f'as<-areta at 'be drug store and feel bully? Take f'ascsrata to. night and enjoy the nlceat, it«• n11«-»( liter »nd bowel rleanalng you ever rxperlenced You'll wake up with a clear head. clean tongue. lively ■tap, rosy akin and looking and filing fit. Mother* can gl*e a whole Cascaret t" a »lck, < roaa. bllloua. fe»arlah child any tlrna— lliejr «r» harraleaa uover grije or slck»o. The Koeine Treatment for EPILEPSY r«n t4 <M 4 •Mil ibMliilt It •<t frfojuanl In (hat trr»!|j • <1 W» *IKI 9* ft of <* fh« tt»« Kr«tn* Tr«*(«r*r*i • *n«i. for «h« •'if *m of fh« 4urfr-g ih* |*+a\ !i |io»»4 !*• K"».m Tf*»t m*«it lo »-• • f <.nm»Ht f*«tl II r«r #»r.r» a-vr! t#! • taff* IwtH* f-<r |t ft# If i *ft»f v»lf>| jr«»» ••• riot •«itlr#lf Mll«n*4. , ><w»r m«n»» *111 »*• r«f««<|*4 »i*|i g r;mp»of dimtmtr •<« . fr*« •* r»- , t»«( »«if* • I'darfna-f, Micnd tad ; I'fta# ORPMEUMVAUOEVILuI amy si AT h«i at ■ BISIUVI ul MAIN ■KHfiTQnKKffW aim ■■SSSQESZiMSB M ATIH£ t DAILY 10 25 50-1 EVENINGS 10 - t5-SO-75<| Tnalskt. *il»-*tl Week "THR MIR M I.K MU" * New lark llramalle *eaaatl*a MaNla. lev In PMf. Hallaff Toll; PALACE HIP Aft«r»ionn«, 1 iO-«; Kv««. 6 10-11 N «*«• I'minni I »Unr lllfipodromr llnad 5 I'liif \ mifle« lllr And rmturi* I'hofupiav Ma'« 10i any Ntl, Kv« an 4 Nun 180 Rheumatism AHomeCurtGiven by One Who Had It !n tha aprlrttt "f ls:»:i I nn* ||> tar It ad by MMacular and Inflammatory Ithaumatlam f an f farad aa only fhmo who liNvn It know, for ovar tH i yrni* I triad mmMy aftar ramady, and doctor aftar doctor, but auch ratlaf ua I racalvad kri onlf tamporary finally, I found a rant ady that rurad ma romplataly, and It baa narar raturnad f hava glvan It to ft number who wara tarrlbly af fib-tad and tvan badrlddan with nbamnatlarii. and It aff#»rt*ii a riira In avary 'na« I want avary auffarar from any form of rhaumfttlr troubla to try tbla mar valotia baallri* powar !>on't aand < rant . altnply mall your narna and ad draaa and 1 will aand It fra«* to try Aftar you bava uaad It and It haa provau Itaalf to ba that lon* lookad f«>r maana of (Miring -our tlhnuma flam. yoti may aand tba prba of it. ona dollar, birt. un<l»raian<l. I do not want your monvy unlMi you ara par factljr aatlaflad to aand It laii't that fair"* Why auffar any longer whan poaltlva rallaf la thua offarad you fraa? Don't dalfty. Wrlta today. Mark II fa« kaon. No. 2X(O Clurnay Mid*.. Hyrai uaa, M T. Burglar Returns Stolen Bonds and Goes Away Free TACOMA, Oct. 12.—f. M. Acobty la today rajolclng In the po*****lon of bond* valued at >1,000 which wera itoliw from hla re*td»nc* Saturday night, while the conaclenc* of th* burglar who committed the theft la at cat*. "I ato|«< iliom* bond*, and I want to return them," mil a voir* to Hcobey ovrr the phone. "Coma to in)' office mul I'll be ci|>ecting you," replied Mcobey, a* t-urlng the man he would not be aTreated. Fifteen mtiiutm later the burgl* appeared mill iiiid the bond* on Hcobey'* i|)mk Itefualng a prof fered iew*rd. the thief apologized for hid act, biml »aylng hi* ion arlenee prompted the return of the paper*, walked out of lhe More un molested. to appear In *upertor court Moo day and ahow why they ahouM not t*a adlodged In contempt of court for dratroylug liquor at 6bl Kin* at when tlm J, O Hecord drug nlora wan raided The j«d|ce n|>er at ton* wen- at Ci 3 Kins at. Mayor tilll eay*. while th« retraining or der only applied to 661 Kins at. HAIG MAKES 6 RAIDS liONUON, Orl 12 In fl\e llrll l»ti raid* near (iranler niMxln anil llalaenri. Oerman prls ihikih *<>r» takrn an<l «In flli i< <) on the luciny, Urn llaig re ported today No Important ac tion" occurred on the Mom me front during the night Free to Pile SoOeros Tha amount of c«'»»fori • n<! h«ppi r»»M apfM<l 0 v a r I h #• com l n • nt I»> lb* fa m»»u# Pyra mI «t Flit Trttim • n I U truly r« tnarkalil* A rnr.k trim pmckmgm will eon vlnat anion# wh»- • UU»f« ff"f» 1 I eh I hi bl •• 4 I n | l»rotru<ll a r pit**. h«m <>r rbold* •*«• t a to cant bos to day of any 4ruf(t«t or mall coupon! for trial Taka no aiibatltuta. rur.n ■auri.ie rotro* I'TItAMIO DltUO COMPANY. US Pyramid '« • Marshall, Mich Kindly Htil me a K're. sample of rrnuaK tr«il. Mil. In plalo wrapper. Nam* ■ Street Cl«r Hate BAD BREATH Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablet* M at the Cause and Remove It Dr. Fdwardv' Olive Tablet*. the suhttitute for calomel, act gently on the howeli and po*iiively do the work. P pit AliUcted with had breath It fid quick relief through Dr. Kdwards* Olive Tablet*, The pleasant, «uK->r coated taitct* are taken fir bad breath by all who know them. — Dr. l-.dwardt' Olive Tableti art gently but firmly on the 1»owel* and liver, atitnulating them to natural ac tion, clearirg the blood and gently purifying the enure jj *t -m. Oiey do that which c:.1o»nel d'*i without any of tisr b.d ait-r r,T< ;«. All the benefit of naity, *ickcinng, rriptnt cathartic* »r~ d"rived from l)r. Kdward*' Olive 'IV '.c;» witl.mrt griping, or any disagreeable cftccts. Dr. F. M. Kdwards dtKovered the formula after seventeen year* of practice among patient* afflicted with bowel and liver complaint with attendant bad breath. Dr. Kdward*' Olive Tablets sra purely a vegetable compound mixed with olive :y u will know them lijr their < 'ive > 1 *. Take one or two every nieht f ' weik anil no** ths effect. 10c and All drugg"'*- BIG EATERS GET KIDNEY TROUBLE Take a gisss of Salts bsfors break fast If youe Back hurts ar Bladder bother* you. Tbe American men and women 1 must guard constantly agalnat Kidney trouble, because we eat too much and all our food I* rich. Our blood la filled with uric acid which the kidneys strive to filter out, they weaken from overwork, be come sluggish, the ellniinatlve tis sue* clog snd the result is kidney [trouble, biadder weakness and a general decline in health When your kldneya feel like luinpa of lend; your back hurts or Die urine is cloudy, full of sedi ment or >oit are obliged to week relief two or three times during the night; If vou surfer wllh sick headache or dizzy, mrvoua spells, acid stomach, or you have rheuina Usm when the weather Is bad, get from your pharmacist about four ounces of .Tad Salts; take a table spoonful In a glass of water before breakfast for n few days and your kldneva wtll then act. fine. This famous salt* Is made from the acid of grapes and lemon Juice, com bined with ilthia, and has been used for generations to flush and stimu late clogged kidneys; to neutralize Ihe acids hi the urine so It no lon- Kcr I* ;i source of Irritation, thus ending bladder disorders. .lad Sulla is Inexpensive; cannot Injure, makes n delightful efferves cent llthlu-water beverage, and be longa In every home, because no body can make a mistake by having la gisiu kluucy fluahing any time CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 ROSSI LOVE LETTERS ARE READ AT TRIAL la*tly. herauve nothing ha* or will happen to make other* nece**«ry or proper "In other word*, I believe now ahaolutely In you and everything you do. "I'arngreph 1 of your letter While I am truly aorry that you have been 'deaparetely blue and loneaotne for you,' really. *weet heart mine, the statement *lt* mighty well with me. Ah, the *at' I* far I lon to be loved, to be tillered, to he thought of. It really 1* 'harm ing and *trerigi)ienlng It'a hotie*t ly worth while to deprive myaelf of everything en lovable under a con dition of that kind. More *o that ever hrfora In my life What )u« and hlla* to me. dear eat mine, do thexe word* con ve\ la i»et hap* beyond your Imagl nation hum you. dear, they mean everything to me, and *trengthen me beyond ability to put Into worda 1 hare reached the r.eulth of my ambition, to have the worn an I lo>e give ma her whole love In return Nothing eta* matter* In (hi* wurlil The final top will lie reached when I can take you In my arm* and from your Up* and eyea, beloved, have It *ald to me "Then, dearest sweetheart, the supreme momnnl of bapplnesa In tin life will ha>c reached ll* plu nge lea. "Under Ibis condition, ran you blame me for a conaumlng longing to crush you in my arm», to ray heart, to smother you with devout ktaaeg, to fondle your hair? Oh, to *ee you, the girl you uow are. drlvea me a I most to dlatrw* lion In wanting you so much and •o badly • a a Are »ny words wandering' Your acknowledgment of love for me drives me mad with pleasure and joy. I am tremendously well and strong glare your admlasloti And It's true, lerausn you have aald so. and the word* stand out like a beacon light to a poor mariner who had nearly lost lilg way In wander ing and groping about with bulldog tenacity for the light which sud denly and finally appeared "Ohl ble*a you. beloved mine • • • Your cloalng |«rmgraph la a peach. 'You are all.' What can I aayr "Enough, beloved sweetheart, to make me the happlret. moat con tented human being on earth You dear, are alt in me. also to use your own words Nothing else mat tors, nothlug worth while <an go wrong as long aa >ou are your* •elf. a* you ar* when writing (hl« letifr. and 1, dear, love you ste<»d lly, strongly, unreasonlngly. to dl* traction, the only one my darling the *ery life of your devoted ■ HERMAN." see "Lova Makaa N»w Man of Ma" "Jan. 19.- Melnved Hweethoart Mine lim the happy recipient of your day tel'gram. of the ISth. re ceived thla morning at 10 o'cloc' • • • I am vary sorry, beloved mlna. that things arc not any too pleaaant *lth jou. I have beer> rongratuUting myself In having you away from the longest cold *pell that hss ever b«en bad In thr Northwest • • • Between tbe fine warm underwear you ao thoughtfully presented to me for Christro's. long, cloth tor« over shoe*, snd s good muffler, wltb fine v.iwl gUm-* I feel retdy to uoooooon waa,tf„ fwgyp gkqj hrdltt face the cold wind aud 1 renin# weather, • • • You dear girl, don I Mop enjoy ing yourself cow In worrying. You Just let me do that for you You are to have no troubles or worrie* of sny kltid, snd to en)oy every minute of ycrnr stsy. • • • "I love you. dear houey mine, and you stone It I* so refreshing to gel your lovlnit letter*, having the sound of old time* when you h*d me in mind al<M>e Really, dear. It tnthn a new man out of ilie and give* me new and strong heart. Bti»h"li of love from your devot ed HERMAN." • • • lan Sl.—Beloved Hwei-theart Mine You dear, *w«-et girl, thoughtful end so conalderate. Your telegratn wan Immensely sp prwrla'od. coming 20 minute* after you sent It from l«oa Angelee this morning. *lshlng me happy return* of the div I Roast's birthday, 4<5 ear* old" Thank yon very much, dearest ml! e lam »* happy nnd contented a* a lirk on a beautiful summer morning, tho It I* snow-, ing to beat the band. "I am rushed to write thl* and will promise a very lon* letter to plght. giving you th<- usual gooa sUed book. "Your ow o devoted "HISRIIAN." • • • "Insane With Lovsjoy" "Jan. 21. Beloved Mine It was delightful to rereive - our trlegrnni thl* morning, parrying your well wishes on my birthday. Timely la th«- nnm», beautiful the sentiment and deeply grateful for being re metvbered The *now I have threaded today ha* had the ap pearance of a road alrewn with flowers, everything that I touched seemed Imbued with a magic wand for magnificent results, the sun really shone for ine, tho no one else ssw It, all because of your me**age of love and remembrance. Thank you many time*, beloved mine. "The contentment and happiness hns come over me thru your klud ncKii and affection, the resultant peace and all living in an atmr<*. phere of contentment, having been brought .lhout hv the realisation that my devotion and —may I aay patience—has finally brought the happiness ho long aought and ao much desired. Again I am your debtor. "1 could forgive my worst enemy Ills most dastardly action at your command today. All —all for your kind remembrance, which speaks volumes to me. I fear to fully express my deep sentiments, ere I ma\ cause you to think myself partly Insane for Jo>. I (to hope you mt' aa well nh I feel, and have. < ontentment, peace and happiness. lloneHtly. honey mine, all thin from my heart. "Your moat loving and devoted "HUMAN." jfi? Added to tot? Customer's 2cjfe. Account Yj -•— No Money Down * t HEATERS COMFORTS BLANKETS Added to customers' accounts without the usual first payment. I his applies whether your account is active or closed. WE CHARGE NO INTEREST Second Avenue Between Pike and Pine SELL SCHOOL BONDS (Seorge 11. Tilden tt Co.'» bid for $2«O.OV<> worth of Seattle achool You Can Have This Fine Columbia in Your Home, Too This is tlie splendid Cabinet Instrument that we are offering with 24 FINE SELECTIONS (Chosen from the Rot Music) together with 1,000 Needles -all ready to entertain the 1 whole family. On the SI'KCIAL TERMS you can pay $5 A MONTH The price of the complete outfit is $83.35, and you'll consider it» purchase the best home investment you ever made. Now Come in and Hear It Play the Kind of Music You Like the Best m I # .irfrccss&rjr to J J I Third &AJniversitv^QiVbs Telephone Elliott 52 'S" 3 Days More OF THE GREAT LAND SHOW Arena and Mammoth Tent Annex Some of the Big Features Perullo and his wonderful Italian Band; Miss Victorine Hayes, grand opera star; Captain and Madame Ellis on the Midway; Canning Contest by teams from Renton and North Bend High Schools, afternoon and night. Housewives should get in on the Free Prizes daily in Baking Contests (Layer-cake Contest today). The exposition, which has attracted more than 70.000 people, is fast drawing to an end. SEE IT TONIGHT. Adults 25c Children 10c Ix.nda ". aa aroepted Wednesday bjr th«- county treaaurer. There were )* bidder*. The Ixindf are of 20-year term*. and were sold on a baala of per i cent. There were tlx Seattle bids.