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HIS CAR "BREAKS DOWN" OFTEN,
BUT LALLY SHOULD WORRY; IT GETS CROWDS TO HEAR HIS SPEECHES Thomaa Lally, a big two flstsd chap and democrat, who wanta to bs lieutenant gov ernor of thia groat aUt*. la not oOing to let anyone ateal the campaign algna off hla automo bile. He haa '*m painted on. the letter* being big and silvery and aeeabie at lonq range. The only way to steal Lally'a aigna is to steal his car, and to roduce the chancea of theft to a minimum he haa adopted a Ford car for a traveling head- quarter*. Aa a general thing. l-al!v call* hla fV>rd "Mabel Belle."' but In the Pa louse country he called It "The Lally Palouser" In a frantic at tempt to coin local pride Into rote*. Coming orer Rlewett Pa**. "Mabel Bel)*" bumped Into aomethlng and her front wheels got ao excited that the atarboard one wanted to ran southeast while the port one tried to head doe northwest. Lally bad to be pushed over the summit Wfcee Secietf Fails! let Wanted— A Home A Problem of Life All Thto Week COLOUAL THEATRE AMUSEMENTS Tsltt Daily— UHH "ran roagn firr- Ward Brothers, comedy: WHI MrDevitt. K»lly a LactT. RRHH comedy; Miller a Vincent, musical rom»dy; Frl«- coe. xylophone; I Kltaro PHH| Broth »r». Orph»um Trav unga] *iogu>> I'Hl.l JO«tR HR4TRRR Rnallsh Comedlanaa WS I ■' Tntakt. *«•— *11 Week T, «K KTKRX4I. UMintl ME" Vo l * M»il I ssasst Drsiu iir Maflarea Tksn., u«*W \l(ku, lOr l» B*> I J# PALACE HIP Aff«rno«fl» I*l# S: !« 11 Hirror>iioMK roiii know *o. n and ft-Part < *>ld RwMlcr Irtlirai '*rain ornvr with noKKN< k i.\ r Mali I#f mny t; Rrt and fW#n , 11/ >, / NEW PANTAGES Mats . 2 J»—Nights. " and » SCHEPP'S COMEDY CIRCUS IMPERIAL RUSSIAN DANCERS OTHER 810 FEATURES 10c and 20c p > Oak Theatre—loc-20c Sfrnnd ml H*n*ra y Z.tO, 7 and 9 Tbr Montr i nrirr Mnslml < omrdf I'vmpmmf In "Made in America" \ Btjf. Pretty fllrl Cboru*. Wup«rt> l>ature«. Inrludlnjr wF "Tlip Vfllow *rrl«l (thi 0000 oudoi rmtl win iwrrcwH »Mw OttHWAHv T6»atcoj I"""I I™"™ rr-*"| wtLL.iskt >ou est f Vnt uwrr hals°C l" KM TO,AtCO - r — *'» t ° »onTHin> . W[ ™ iALT ) GOOD ( ——\l ™ g rtt frits 1 ANP a little l \\ THEN a gentleman gets acquainted through and W through with W -li CLT CHcwinf, he finds thai the common sense of it helps him across a feature of ordi nary tobacco he never did like. The shreds of tobacco Hive up the tobacco satisfaction without so much grinding and tfiitlinr—the salt helps bring out the flood tobacco taste—and because it's rich tobacco, • small chew lasts •nd satisfies. Ibis Vj WETMAM-WUTOH COMPART, M (Ms* B«wr*, few York City "The Laity Palouaer" and Mr. and Mr*. Tom tally. Jby four men. but oven letting them irnah hla car did not gain a vote for him, aa all tour puaher* were ' republican* He "Break*" Car Down ha* one real, live way of attracting a crowd, lie has no gay warbler* along to entire voter*, a la I'artley or Turner; be almpljr runs MRS. AXTELL WORRIES 6.0. P. Mr*. France* C. Aitell. progre* alve and democratic candidate for congress In the Second district. I* evidently gl\lng the republican uia chine. In Helllngham especially, con siderable worry. Mr*. Axiell'* dta trict Include* all of Klrg county outside of Seattle and several of the northwestern countlea. now repre sent by Congressman Hadley, standpat republican. Mra. Aitell's flaying of Itadloy'a "wet" record haa apparently made such headway that the republican organ of Hel llagham devoted two editorials Sun day to pleaa for "party loyalty" to Had ley. Mr*. Aitell spoke at Black IHa mond .Monday night. Mrs. Mary Woolsey, ago 22. of Omaha, la the mother of aeven sons. BEST LIVER AND BOWEL LAXATIVE FOR FAMILY USE "Cascarets" regulate women, men and children without injury. Take when bilious, headachy, frr colda, bad breath, ■our stomach. lM 1118.1 IwORK WHILE YOU SLCEPj iumcki of nasty, harsh pill*, salt*. castor oil or dangerous calo mel, why don't you keep Ca*caret* handy In >our home'* Cawaret* act on the liver and thirty feet of bowel* no gently you don't realize you have taken a cathartic, but they act thoroughly and can be de pended upon when a good liver and bowel cleansing I* nece**ary—they move the bile and polnoti from the bowel* without griping and aweeten the alomaoh. You eat one or two at night like candy and you wake up feeling fine, the headache, bilious ness. had breath, coated tongue. ronr atotmiCh. con'tlpatlon, or bud (old disappear* Mother* should give cross. tick, feverish or bilious children a whole Catuaret any time — they are hxrinless and aafe for the little folk*. one of the front wheels on a aide walk near a prominent corner, atopa the engine and crawls under the car. while Mrs I*lly—ahe goes along with him. a la Mra Hughea— atara In her seat and looks envious Kver see one of the crowd* Rather to give advice to a man who*e cur ha* broken down? tever see a broken down rar that did not have » crowd around It? Wall, whan the crowd la bin enough. I.atlv crawls out from un der and make* hta speech-end they say hr ran make a crackerjark talk. Lally Is originally from lowa, and now of Spokane. »hrri« he practices law and I* pretlv w»ll Uh»«l and re spected lira progresslte and very much alive. FRUIT COMPANY LINE IN MUDDLE BOOOTA, Oct. 14. —Newspaper comment from Columbia showa the entire rountry agreed on ap proval of thr Cartagena Chamber of Commerce's rejection of the Cnlted Fruit Co's request for per mission to establish a health sta tion on the roast of ilollvar prov ince. Independently of those main tained by the Colombian govern ment. The company. In a kind of diplo matic note to llollvar state. repre sented that the Panama health au 'horltfei peral<t In quarantining j Cnlted Fruit at"amshlps from Col lontblan liorta. regardless of the j(-|e«n bill* granted by the Colom ! Man official*. It *m for thl* rea son that the concern professed to j want a Colombian nation presided | over by medical expert* from the Cnlted .State* A* the vropoaiMon had a fommw ctal ang'e. It wax submitted to the Cartagena t'hamber of Commerce, which not only turned It down, but referred to It an an Intuit. The Colombian view I* that the ! request was part of « "pin prick" uollcy by the l'9it»d FVnlt Co., due to the fart that Colombian capital had recently put two steamships In commission on the Atlantic and one on the Pacific roast In cnmiw tltlon with the Cnlted fruit liners It I* stated. al«o. that the I'nlted Fruit Co. ha* mode a 40 per cent! reduction In rates to mwt thin com petition. SAYS DR. BUCKLEY AIDED CITY HEALTH I-Uii tor The 'Star: Reputable physicians and surgeon* of the city of Seattle ha\e, nearly all agalnat their will, had their namra drawn Into the campaign for coroner of King county, a contest which now lies between Mr Daniel Ilurkiey and Dr. C. C. Tiffin. Why the support of phyalclan* ihould be an la*ue of the coroner'* fight has not been deciphered by member* of the profe**lon with whom I come In dally contact, nor by myaelf. I do believe, however, that In all fairness, alnce hla opponent In the campniKti ha* brouitht the profes sion so prominently into the con test. Mr. Daniel Buckley Is entitled to some public word of ere lit for his pood work In the city's behalf from on<- physician, who baa bad an op portunity to know and appreciate hla efforts. I »r. Huckley wan assistunt health officer while I wia president. of the hoard of health, before the of fice of city health commissioner »i« created. It was I>r. Iluckley who started the Inspection of city schools. and began the Kreat. work of carlnK for the health of the school children, a plan «hlch baa bnn developed to great efficiency ! alnce that time. lir. Buckley discovered Hie first chhc of bubonic plaK'le In the city of Heattle, while he was workln# In connection with the board of health, and wan one of the hardest worker* In the canipaiKti that eventually re nulled In the complete extcrmlna lion of the disease and all tracea of It. In all bis efforts while connected with the preservation (if the health of the city of Henttle, I>r. Buckley wan efficient i<n<l conscientious, ami would undoubtedly lie ho In itn\ public duty which he would be railed u|ioii to perform a* coroner of Kliik county. IVAK JANHON. M I)., Cobb Itnll<l1iik The largest sponge ever found came from the Mediterranean. Ii wan more than ten feet In circum ference. STAR—TUESDAY, OCT. 24, 1916. PAGE 9 IbroSIGNS/H^^ I ICE CREAM BUTTER CHEESE = Nature'* Complete More Than a The 98 Per Cent The Staff of Life for 1 Food; No Wa.te. Dcliciou. De.tert. Food. High in Fuel Many Nation.. = „ f , , ... A Real Food. Value. sr )tte quart <>t whole milk Cheese is not merely an appe =. . , A dish of Ice Cream has a fuel Ihe concentrated food-fat: . . , p produces the same energy a-. cqua , lQ <tcvp|| ]arge quic k ly absorbed by the t,zer ' but a "builder of worn ss two pounds of Frankfurters, bananas or four whole cans of stomach. tissue. I costing .W) cents, or two n«»l'ty tomatoes Mat With butter at 45 cents a <cnt , wor|h of chc „ e 2S more of it It is ftood for you pound, 9 cent* worth is equal S pound* of « hit km. costing H.itisfie both palate and to *4 of a pound of beefsteak, produce! the same energy as == cents, <•! J pounds of salt coil- body. It contains essential* costing 16 cents, or 21 cents 30 cents worth of oysters or E fish, costing M) cents. to growth and development. worth of bain. 20 cents worth of pork chops. EE s Eat Less-Live Longer-Be Healthier-Spend Less I BY USING MORE DAIRY PRODUCTS EE Nature'» ways ;irc corrcvt way- She leaves nothing to chance mating otir foods by calories. When you compare the calorific = Behind each of her effects i* v.,me grrat law \ study of the laws value of milk with other food material you will find that it stands = of health brings one face to facc with the fact that Nature, when well up in the list." = he provided milk as a food. placed in it every element needed tor HEALTH DEPENDS ON FOOD. EE the sustaining of animal life an 1 th< rebuilding of animal Imxlkv I" very body wants health. Many people imagine they arc sick eE Nature made milk a perfectly balanced ration Not a single when all that's the matter with them is food-poisoning. Dispense = element was left out not a single unnecessary element was put with a part of those expensive heavy foods and substitute dairy iE in Since butter, chrrse and ice cream are more highly concen- products. Your vim will return. You will love your work and do = trated products of milk, each therefore contains its high food val- more of it. You will earn mftre, have greater efficiency and EE ties, in .» relatively greater degre Buttermilk, also, is a highly know what good health really is. satsfyiitg, healthful, economical i.rin Housewives, to a great extent the health of the family depends EJ NATURE'S BEST AND CHEAPEST FOODS ti|>on your cooking. Study your cook book. It will show you that S Man's dutv ha- Iwen to make milk so chcap that all humanity a *'de range of fond dishes can be made from dairy products. They £Z might have it 'in abundance This he has accomplished At 10 arc easily prepared, nutritious and economical They reduce the — tents per quart, milk is one of the cheapest foods one can buy. At < '' s ' °' living. Proper ichml gives energy to many a lazy boy, EE 15 cents j>er quart it is still one of the cheapest foods obtainable, as causes r- scs to bloom oil the cheeks of the girl, adds years to — in clearly shown l»y the above comparisons. Cheese, hutter, butter human life, and enjoyment to the living. = milk and ice cream are relatively low priced, also, when their WHAT A SCIENTIST SAYS: EE real food value is considered. Prof. O. F. Hunziker, of Purdue University says: EE Miss Effie 1 Raitt. professor of the department of home eco- "An increase in the consumption of milk would mean better — nomics in the University of Washington, recently said: "The placc nourishment, more normal digestion, more vigorous development. — of milk in the diet, because of its economic value, ts important larger bony structure, better health, more vitality and energy n the EE To begin with, the c»st of milk is low. Now we are coming to performance of all kinds of work —mental and physical —at J EE the place where we ran say that we all are in the habit of est»- smaller monthly board bill for the family." EE Write for literature on the food value of dairy products. | DAIRY PRODUCTS PUBLICITY BUREAU S 1265 EMPIRE BLDG.. SEATTLE, WASH. H — A noncompetitive, nonprofit organization for the promotion of better health and cheaper E. living by securing a wider use of whole milk, butter, cheese, buttermilk and ice cream. | Attend the Consumers' League Festival, Green Lake Station, All This Week r See the Dairy Products Food Value Exhibit Special Dairy Day Program Thursday Night = "... ———!~S TO BUILD SHIPS ON LAKE SOON If the dickering" between the An derson Bt««m*hlp Co. and ("apt. lyitils Mannevlg. representative of Norwegian shipping Intercuts, are consummated. the keals for the firm ocean going steamslltps to he built on I-ake Washington will be laid ahortly. Capt. J 1.. Andernon would «ay nothing more than that lit* com pany «K In touch «lth the Nor wegian operator* Two ships will hp built. It la believed They will be of B.ROO tona, and will hp launch ed In 15 and 17 month* It I" thought the canal will l>* complet ed by then. The Anderson Steamship Co. 1* making preparation" to enlarge the shipbuilding i lant on the lake, with n view towards building inrg or vessel* LONDON, Oct. 24.—Water polo I* nil the rage among Hrlllsh >1- dlers stationed near lake* ami riv ers in Northern Krance Movie Actresses and Their Hair Old It ever occur to you Hint j every movie actrcis you have seen I has lovely hair, while the moat popular count their curia as their chief beauty 1 In fact (this In a secret), many are leadlnß ladles; Just because of their attractive locks. Inquiry among them dis close* the fact that they bring out all the natural beauty of their hair by careful shampooing, not with any soap or makeshift, but with a simple mixture which they make: up for themselves, by putting a tea spoouful of canthrox (which they get from the druggist I, In a cupj of hot water and applying this In stead of soap. After Its use their hair dries rapidly, with uniform color. Dandruff, excess oil and dirt are dissolved and entirely dis appear The hair Is so fluffy thai ft looks much heavier than It Is. Its luster and softness are delight ful, while the stimulated scalp gains the health which Insures hair growth. Women Named for Electoral College Mr*. Catherine McCulloch, Chi cago attorney anil suffragist leader. Is the flrnt woman In the history of Illinois politics to he nominated ax a presidential elector l.»Ht year she served as first vice president •Hid legal ad finer of the National American Woman Suffrage assooia tlon. TO BOOM LAND SHOW At h in i tlnj? of Seattle business men Monday In the Arctic club, ar rangements were made to make the Northwest I .And Products show a permanent Institution. .1. II (llnet, of the Milwaukee railroad. was elided chairman Ho will chooxe a committee of 10 to continue the movement and per fect detnllH. YACHT CLUB TO DEDICATE The Queen City Yacht club will dedicate Its new clubhouse Thurs day evening, at the port commis sion dock, at Salmon bay. The ceremonies will begin at S p. m. E. J. BROWN ASSAILS LUNDIN'S RECORD Charging unequal and arbitrary ndmtnlstratlon of the law, Kdwtn J. Drown, democratic candidate for pro* Tutor, at two yieetlngi Monday night, at May'a hail and llavenna hall, declared that the present prosecutor* enforcement of the dry law- ha* been a failure. He again challenged l.undln to debate at a woman'a rally, to be held Thursday noon. November 2, at the Grand theatre. Drown promise* to "uncover" something seusatlonal at a meeting to be held at Democratic hall. 1418 Third Rve., Tuesday night. WILSON 72. HUGHES 10 A straw vote taken on the Kenton Interurban car which left Seattle at f> p. in. Monday resulted as follows: Wilson 22, Hughes 10; I'oindexter 2S, Turner 2; McHrlde 27, Lister 2. TRY THIS FOR A COLD-IT'S FINE "Pape's Cold Compound" Ends Severe Colds or Grippe in Few Hours You i an end grippe anil hreak up a severe cold either in head, chest, body or limbs, by taking a dose of "I'ape's Cold Compound" every two hours until three doses lire taken. It promptly opens cloßged-up nostrils and air passaßes In the head, stops nasty dischnrße or nose running, relieves nick headache, dullness, feverlsliness, sore throat, siieexliiß, soreness and stiffness Don't stay stuffed-up! IJult blow liik and snuffling! Kane your throbbing head nothing else in the world Rives such prompt relief as "Pape's Cold Compound," which costs only 25 cents at any drug store. It acts without assistance, tastes nice, and causes no Incon venience. lie suro you gel tbo genuine. COMMERCE BEGINS TO USE THE CANAL Commercial use of the T-ake Washington canal was started Tues day. when the barge service be tween Nanaimo. B. C., and on Lake l T nion, wan actively estab lished. *>ank Waterhouse * Co. sent a coal barge thru the Salmon bay lockii to their bunkers It Is plan ned to keep this service running heavily from now on. WILEY MOVES UP C. W. Wiley, former vlc.e presi dent and general manager of the Seattle Construction and Dry Dock Co., was elected president of the concern Monday afternoon, at a di rectors' meeting, to succeed W. H. Todd, who becomes chairman of the board of directors. Wiley has been in direct charge of the. concern, ;is Todd ha* been In (ho Kast. Petbaps You Don't Realize How Important It la that yon do not neglect your teeth. Hemem her. postponing necessary dental work la not saving money. It U tue worst Kind of extrnvagance. It means additional cost, unnec essary suffering, much wasted time. 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