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NOW That N»w Suit and Orertwit for the Holidays UNION TAILORS s« (pn-t*: »aie—just rood old Dundee values. JUOakle woolens combined vttk sspert tailoring. flasttes 304 PIKE ST. K FOR RHEUMATISM ■anole Loosens Up Those ■ Joints —Drives Out Pun M know why thousands on tank OOCB you capgieun the Maficf it ghrw. t* a jar at once from the neamt It ia a dean, white oint ■t. made with the oil of mustard. Mr than a mustard piaster aad does • IfctH. Brings ease and contort ■b* la being rubbed oof Jhai mtc is recommended by aaay Mors aad nurses. Millions of jars are ■laMjaiy tor braochitia. croups stiff; matthaNi neuralgia, pleurisy, rheu- and aches of the M « fohtta. sprains, sore muscles, Mn chilblains, frosted feet, colds of I ■MM(It often prevents pneumonia), ft ad 60c Jan; hospital sue S&SO. POCKET BANKS FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS , The J*pnn»«» romm»rt~l;il j B«nk ksgtn* this wi*k the free distribution of a llm ssßib-r of beautiful ,m * n pocket navlng* banks. , Just th« thing to help '•ass your amall change. Com* »«rly and make sure \ *f getting one. M Japanese Commercial . nwuiiii] tiau— 50c u COME AND SEE H 7Ti«i jo>i will .ppr.Hat. lh* U Zl I ".' •"'!'* *«•!• ■ f. t * y C}VT «ift l»n»« ar«* H I IT* j If yott VI ° '' 7 ' n »h*m mm will P j f. *" •rtlfUc p\*r f| and **•(» ■■ P ww *k«r<-N you have foui.U J I bit nin i.KK. Nt a White's Gem Shop t I _ "* 7 Tlnr<l Ajo. P Gj * in oppotlt* u*. B i n«H KIJMt m J? LOOK AT OHIO'S TONGOE IF SICK, i CROSS, FEVERISH Hurry, Mothert Remove poi son» from little stomach, liver, bowels. Give "California Syrup of Kig»" at once if bilious or constipated. I/x>k at the tongue, mother! It coated. It i* a sure alaii that your i little one's stomach, liver anil bow •■ls need a gentle, thorough cleans ing at once. When pecv|*h. cross, listless. pale, doesn't sleep doesn't eat or art naturally, or Is feverish, atom ach sour, breath bad. haa stomach ache, sore throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, give a teaspoonful of "Califor nia Syrup of Figs." and In a few ' hours all the foul, constipated waste, undigested food and sour bile gently moves out of the little bow. els without griping, and you havs a well, Playful crblld again YoJ needn't coa* sick children to take this harmless "fruit laiatlve"; they love Ita delicious taste, and It always makes them feel splendid ) Ask your druggist for a bot tie of "California Syrup of Figs." which haa directions for babies, (children of at] ages and for grown ups plainly on the bottle, iteware .of counterfeits sold here To ba sure you get tha genuine, aak to sea that It Is made by "California Mg Syrup Company." Kefusa any oth er kind with contempt Sour Stomach Mi-o-na Pal« the Stomach in | Fine Shape in Five Minutes If your stomach Is continually kicking up a disturbance: you f»»l ! bloated and distressed, if you belch (gas and soor food into ths mouth. | th»n you need Ml-o-na Stomach I Tablets Mi-o-na Stomach Tablet* give tn [■iim relief, iif coa res but 'h»y <t> more, they drive out the poisonous i gases that cause fermentation of ' ..,od and thoroughly ei»an. renovat* • »nd strengthen the st.-mai'b so that lit ran readily digest food without i artificial aid Mi-o-na Stomach Tablets sea guaranteed to end Indigestion, acuta or chronic, er money back. This means tjiat nervousness, dim ness and biliousness will disappear Druggists everywhere and Uartell Drug Co. aell Ml-o-na. HUN SHIPS BUT PART PAYMENT (Special to The Star by N. K A ) LONDON. Dec t —lf the allies take over alt of Germany's tner chant tonnage, they will be collect Ing only about a quarter of tbe ■l-image done by the aubmarines: British losses alone are close to S.SOO.MO gross tons, according to a recent official statement. And there are also losses suffered by other al lies. to say nothing of neutral ton ruMre sunk. Germany had between five and six million tons (gross) when the war broke out The allies have seised, captured and sunk about three million ton* ami there are probably a few hundred thousand tons In neutral porta—Spain. Iret land and elsewhere. Germany b** bwil able to ulruct eome new veaerlß during the war. but that ia Included In tha estimate of :.iOO.OOO tona available for wbur*. The llrltiah have been abla to make good about S.SO#.OOO tona of the >.000.000 loet. leaving a net deficit of about J. 400.000. Girl Is Killed an Airplane (Special to The Star by N R. A.) LONDON. Eng.. IJac. 6 - Margarwt Field. 14-yenr old achool girl. la de«d a victim of the mwt modem arrd 'dent She wa* picking dandelion green* when an airman, forced to land In a hurry at Haldock. Herta. htruck her. She died InaUntly. BID POISONING Hamlhi't WliarH ()U a Safe FtnU Aid Treatment How often lockjaw and blood polaonlng reeult from the neglect of a alight *cr*tch or little cut' llamlln'a Wizard Oil 1* a aafe and effective flret aid treatment. It le a powerful antlaeptlc and should be applied Immediately to wound* of thla kind to prevent danger of In feetion. It Is iioothln* and healing and quickly drive* out pain and Inflam mation In cA**n of »praJn*. brulaea. cut*, burn*, bit#* and *tln*>i. Ju*t aii reliable, too. for «tlff neck, sore lift, cold (tore*, canker aore*, ear ache anil toothache. (Set It from druriflat* for SO cent*. If not «atl*fled return the bottle and «et your money back. Kver conatipated or have dick headache? Juit try Wlitard 1,1 ver Whip*, pleasant little pink pill*. SO rent*. Guaranteed. —Advertlaement DIPrenMfKI A dlffereaee of opinion Of mnmt everything la life. He* made the world progreeelre Aad erealed ilu alrlfe. The dlffereaee of opinion* Mae creeled all our eourlet The difference of oplntoa* ||aa made eeateeled eporla. All dlffereaeee may be trivial. With diplomacy on your mlad. Cor dlffereaeee are created. Aad ea«y far la fled. Oar atare erealee a dlffereaee, Hy earing yan much more On earh l 01l *I IT, I OAT. IIIIKIH aad WAIHT. At Ike KI.OHK *«'K t;P»TAIIM STOKK, Heeaad aad Calaa. (argy Wife Who Is "Too Good" Should Try Being Selfish I'eir Mian <: I am n K""<l Ihuik) U.-mwr, g0,,,! cook. have dime everything ui be a happy arid suc rcNaftll wife Now I mint uilvloe on a subject cln**.*t to my heart. My husband unlit lie hod thoughts of leaving tne 1 asked him why. Ho nit lit that I wni« too good for him. lie alio naltl he tum iiilnusi d ma at 11m<* in hope* that by wt doing l wuulil leave liltn. I have undergone debt, privation, »lrkness anit everything that uttend* such circumstances without torn plaint Now m are fipp from that anil I thought that at last we could take a little comfort out of life. II" Is netting good wages, but tie com plains about the iivurlemi grin,l lie la a strong n\.«n. physically; 1 can't understand hi* attltuile The worn! •>f It In, t think the worltl of him I with you wuuM answer thru The Satr, as 1 iton't keep anything from him and I have no near relative* from whom I could jet advice "ALONE." The man who says III* wife I* "TiXJ GOOD" for him la simply a coward trying to find soma sort of camouflage to naive his conscience. I-Yankly. 1 ilon't see how vou mn have any use for your hus hand, after having treated you a* he has. and speaking to you aa ha haa. ltut t presume your purpose In writing to me Is to get me to help you keep him. rather than spurn htm All right. Then here Is my recommendation. Take u fur whatever It may be worth* Ktop being "too good" for hltn! This doe* not m«an that you should be Immoral It maans that you should change your un selfish tactlca of a tlfrtlmo to selfish tactlca. Think of yourself first and of him last. Ilegtn to llva your own Ilf" and let him tag alqng a* I cut he may for awhile. t 'so Mome of the money you have *la veil to help him save, to mske yourself happy and well groomed and comfortable Take the trouble to find some thing elae In life to Interest you as well a* the hu*band upon whom you have lavished ao much thought and cars that you have apolled htm. Still be frtend* with htm. Still love him. If you must, but do not let this love be all your llfa. In other word*, ahow htm that h* Is not the absolutely essen tlal object without which you cannot e*ist Itelng adored soon palls on tha beat of men tt makes of them strutting peacock*. Instead of ordinary creature* of clay, as they often prov* to be. Bom* women pat a man on the back till be thinks he U a little god. Other* cuff Mm around till ha begs for a pleas ant word. There la a betwtxt and bo tween method I recommend you find It and try It out. Ktierwt Hub will be surprised. But his respect will grow for you. correspondingly. ■» Too Ixitr to Rectify Miatakr Dear Miss Grey I have been go- Ing with a girl for three years. We were In love and engarsd. daring moot of this time. We did not marry because my Income was not euf flclent to keep her. Hi* months ago things turned very much In my favor financially, but I fibbed to the girl, as my mother objected, for rellglou* ,xea sons. The gtrl became piqued and marrt*d another man for spue, s- >~ does not love him. snd cannot live with him. She reatlMw her mistake I could never love another Can you help me out of this tangle* a vxtors. Cynthia Grey regrets that she has no solution for your problem that would Interest you. When rea^ s*"5*" I GcMedWwt felLj | W you cnta»lttoo. . _ , S^cS^W^HaWtL ,?C,,llred \\\ A True Iforthwcst ilofnc Product |) Till: SKATTLK STAR FRIDAY. DECFMBKK ft. 101*. religion aervea to part lovera ha fore mart luge, It would mil? j prova a conntnnt aoure* of con tan t ion afterward !,et well enough or hiul enough alone. A girl who la ao ahort alghted a a to u** tha aacred bonda of mat rlmony for a plrc* of uplto *ork, could not be tniHfr-1 Impllrtly a* a wife* And tha man who wa* not man enough to face tha truth, Inn trad of deceiving tha Kit I. who hud waited three yanra for him, rould be trusted no further. I lirlipiotui Tien of IV. G. McAdoo Peur Mlii Urey Soma friend* and 1 differ In opinion ua to what church former Hr<rtUry McAdoo ba. lonjca to. Will you pleaae enlighten ml IN DOUBT. William Olbha McAdoo I* a mamta-i of tha Kpl«oo|»Al church. SHE SUFFERED FIVE YEARS Finally Restored to Health by Lydia E. Ptnkham'i I Vegetable Compound. Key Wnt. Fla—"For flee yean I auftrred from irregularities, with lrrr.ljl« i> a I u • tried tec»u»e It made me well. and 1 ran now do mr hotiaework. lam telling my friends about It."- -Mr*. J. »!. CiKin, ?:< Caroline St., Kay Weet. Florida. Many women at some period In ! their life suffer from ailment* pecu liar to their wi and whlrh In mo«t ra.»« may be readily relieve*! by this famoua root and herb medlHne. Ly>!!.i K i'lnkham'a Vegetable Com [>ound, Ju»t as Mm Camus found It helped her after suffering for year* and trying everything elae in rala. If yoa hs*e any annoying imp totna you fall to understand, writ* a K Plnkhatn Medicine Co, Lynn, alaaa. The results of their forty years ei parishes In adrtalng women on thia subject.]* at your aerrlca. Influenza? La Grippe? Foley's Honey and Tar is just what every suf ferer of influenza or la jrrippe needs now. It covers the rough inflamed; throat with a soothing healing coating, clears away the mucus, stops the tickling and coughing, eases the tightness and bronchial wheezing. Day and night keep FOUTS HOMEY AND TAR handy. It gives ease and comfort from the very first' dose. Buy it Now. Sold Everywhere. | CZECHS CREDIT AID TO BRAIND (Special t« The Htnr by N K A ) I'MIIH, 1 »ec ft No lota of < *v«ho ft I ova k jrrntltude In taken from l*real dent Wilaon for hi* Indoraament of that a mall nation'* furht for llb**r» lion. Itut it la n fart on tt»e Author ity of M Htlmpl, ehlef of th* rahlnrt of M lw*nea ( minister of furrlin af f'iira of the n*-w < 'irr ho Hl< >vak (fov ernment that tha fimt promt** of support o«m« In February, 1916, from SI. Ilrlind, thm prima inlnint«r of Kraneei 1 *3 ' jt Christmas Cards -2@4 M@w Dieter €®iik In a Great Special Sale on Saturday SL7JO SIM® S2SM UNDOUBTEDLY the greatest sale of Women's and Misses' Winter Coats the Special Price Basement has ever held. Rare chances to save from five to ten dollars on every coat. Kach is one of the latest styles. —This sale is the direct result of tfie year's greatest coat purchase. At mo Ninety-One Handsome Sample Coats —Unusual values in new Coats with beautiful linings and smart collars, cuffs and bandings of fur, seal plush and beavers. Suede velour, pompom, silvertone, broadcloth and Bolivias. In navy blue, taupe, reindeer. I'ekin, mole, Burgundy and brown. —The lot contains S?> splendid Silk Plush Coats of the latest models, plain and fur trimmed. —Every Coat an extreme value for $25.00 4 Ais2&oo At $ll9O _ Sixty-Five Coats, Every One Forty-Eight Splendid Coats an Extreme Value of Unusual Value —Splendid, serviceable, reliable Coats in the —Well made, attractive Coats of warm velours newest winter models. Big, warm convertible and other wool coatings, in brown, navy blue, collars, some plainly fashioned, others with f Burgundy and black, with velvet and plush collars of plush or fur. trimmings. —Navy blue, brown. Burgundy and rich greens. —Coats that cannot be duplicated for anywhere Choice of this big lot at $23.00 near this special price. Special $17.50 "Piealdent Wll*nn'* pro# la nation In reference to th* freedom of urn ill nation* lit* given ua fr««h energy In our movement of lllieratlon." a.Ud M Htlmpl. whit In In I'ariM, "hut ruunt not forget our ht to M Mrlanil ' "Ilia waa th* flrnt prom la* of wup port. Hut, at thr a.un* tl no, we re call gratefully that J'rcMldent Wll •on'a wan tl»«* fir*t dla'«rnlng mind that urneped our Ideal. "TwAfity yrari ago Prealdent Wll won wrote a I>fnik About tha t'y+chn Slovak nation*. Kvan at that time ha rt't ounlrad th*lr fore* and ♦ li* lr right to Independent** from Auatrlan Imp# rial Info " HKNT U IKI I.KHH WITH lilt VM.K KQt fI'MKNT IjONDON. I )er, r, ■ flrltlah aol dlera have found in em my trench** tandem hlcycla frame* And motive equipment attached to dynamo* whleh generated the current for tha Mending of wirekfl« meaaag'-N. PACE IB N I WHY HAIR KALLH OIJT fmndruff rnumtn a f*»r*rliih Irrtta tlon of th* *ralp, the hair root* -brink, loo* **n and tb*n the hjilr roma* out ftf.t To /(fop faJllnr heir nt on*'• arid rl«l the *<*aJp of « vr-ry pnrtiflr* of dandruff, get a •mail bottle of lianderlne at anr druic atop* for a f« w »*ntn, pour « litt!•* in your hand and rub well Into the nralp. Aft*r appll 'atlon» all dandruff <ll»npp«am and the hair ntopn roming out.