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Huteson Dohahe* Optical (ompam Have Your New Glasses Made Now J'oatponing tha d.iv of having vour rvfi to aud in (hf mnuiwhiM hrtVinK thatn un drr a constant utraln tnay r*ua* » parnmnant woaknaa* to your rrn. Tt\f eves* ar<- too drllmta to b* undulv »trmn«<l and ahould ha lallavrd tilth gUaaaa an aoon aa Ihr* blur for rt-uding or ofcua* haadachaa. You w ill, of oouraa, * l*h jrour g U>made by «-»i>«-rt». and thla l« «hitf our *5 yaara of rx ivrl'im In making "hdtar glaaa as MB Ih> of »*rvl<Nr lo you. "Wkre the lest Glasses Ait Made" 325 Pike Street. REGISTERED DENTISTS Oat #f ih» h»fl» itiatrtra. par- IHMI Mnln# and wwt»fM a«<«#nia fwblf (• mak« r+m tills sffw fl« to •«* Hralhl. |«t hto |'Hr«. Ifcrr fiMtf la m# mhl get H per wrt ral frwii h» flftrt, «Hk mmDil, pBl«U«i MM! l»n»—I all— mm. Dr. J. Brown's New Office oki-hei* nruniMO IkM aad »■!>■ 75 CENTS ■•ya'. Ulrl.' aag i UMna'i HATS KtrJivtiiiri Ft rat and Unto* ia«-, mrat, at Madiaow Free Offer SATURDAY TO WIND UP KENNEWICK CLOTHING STOCK Mr. H. M. Roger» Will Wind Up Great Kennewick Clothing Stock, of Kennewick t Washington, by Making Exceptional Free Offer. Good From 9A.M. to 6 P. M. Tomorrow (Saturday). Liberty Bonds Accepted at Full Face Value. Men's Overcoat* and Suit*—grey, brown and blue . patterns—worth to $25.00, go for $9.85. Men's^Suits and Overcoat*, beautifully tailored—worth to $27.50, m fo at $12.85. W\ Men's Finest Suit* and Overcoat*, beautifully tail* . w H ored, including the celebrated Kuppenhetmer, Hart, Schaffner Sl Mars Pure Wool Fabric*, formerly priced W to $40.00, cut Saturday to $17.85. Hundreds of late, stylish Suits and Overcoats in this lot. And here is our Free Offer. Roger* ha* decided to wind up the great Kennewick Clothing Stock which he pur chatted at a fraction of wholeMalc cost, and he will do it by making thin grand FREE OFFER for Saturday. Any $.1.00 imQ.jm Hat in the houm—and there are .">OO to Heiect from. H. M. ROGERS in all ahapea and styles—will be given ABSOLUTELY The Frtnid, Wh« Milm FREE with every Suit, Overcoat or Raincoat advertised. BMW *""Sl»llrdlx off ' r Please Note—THIS OFFER (iOOD SATVRDAY ONLY. And Also Rote: LIBERTY BONDS If it is absolutely necessary that you realize money on your Liberty Bond.*. Roger* wfll take then in at their face value and give you the balance in money for any Suit or Overcoat purchased Saturday. And note the following »indup price* on shorn and furnishing*. \ $6 Men's Union Made Work Shoes Cut to $2.98 Men's Heavy Work Shoes, Union made; $6.00 value, cut to $2.98 Men's $7.00 and $B.OO Stetson, Walk-Over and Florsheim Shoes, cut to. $3.98 Men's Fine Dress Shoes, big assortment of styles; worth to $6.00, cut to 82.85 Ladies' Two-toned Shoes, black kid vamp with fawn, pearl and brown top. 12-, 14- and 16-inch top; all sizes; worth to $lO.OO, ko at $3.K.->. Arrow Collars, All Sizes, Your Choice, 5c V Hundreds of Arrow Collars go on Hale to morrow at 5* instead of the contract price of 25c. They're slightly soiled, but good value, and we'll clean them up tomorrow (Saturday) at the ridiculously low price of s#. All sizes. 75c President Suspenders go on sale to morrow at 35*. Men's Pure Wool Eagle Brand Underwear on sale at $1.98. Men's Dress Shirts, worth to $1.25, go at 69*. Shirts of the better kind, including Cluett and Monarch brands, that sold to $2.50, on sale at $1.25. Men's 50c Wool Socks go Saturday at 23*. Men's Cotton Socks at Men's Heavy Wool Underwear, worth to $2.50, at 91.25. 15c Handkerchiefs tomorrow at 6*. Rogers Will Cash Your Pay Check People, buy now while this stock lasts. Crasp this opportunity. Our five large dis play windows are just stacked with high-grade merchandise, and all priced ridiculously low. If you want to save—be here with the crowds Saturday. Sale starts Saturday morning at 9 A. M. Sharp. "Please Shop Early." We are a UNION STORE—our doors close Saturday night at 6 p. m. Make no mistake—note address. LOOK FOR THE BIG UNION STORE WITH THE RED FRONT The Red Front Clothing Co. . 1508-1510 First Avenue ?SS?T&SrfgZ'llgS (fljl Wi' ■ ■ 11 W HI Brown Dental "~t Offices 106 COLUMIUA 10« Seattle's I .ending Dentists KataMtaha* la !«•» W1 T M Oirr juration th. rrltahla and r.aaonahl. |>»nial Offlrra in S*attl» *1 rii... «• H • 9 #d tt rir aood r»pulatlo» " by th» dantlat. doing what thay »ay thry CHir work la guaran j taad and our l»mn«" '• Baw^ r»f»rr<«> i« u. <>» >"' r ,* • atmfiad ratroiia Th » ■ y * 'bs' yaur amrk will Ix «»f hr MjM|' haat. and aatlafarlary kdwi* * »»n*i W"U>C Ownar and Manager Hrown Dental Office* IM (*l»Ma M. NOSE CLOGGED FROM A COLD OR CATARRH Apply Cmm la NoatrlU To Op«n Up Air PMMfta. I I 1 - - - - ~ ~ I > » * t ■ Alt' \\ hat rrllrf Vtnir tli'it|t4] noatrlla op«>n riff hi up. Ih«> air |'a» m(i',« of your hr.«d ar» olrar ami you con bmatha frfx>ly. No mor* haarkinc. anuffllnc. muroua dl» chari!'-. h#a«larha. dr> ncaa no atrug till tie for branth at night, your ■ old or ratarrh la gona. Don't atav aluff«-d up' l!fl <> «m«ll l>otUa of Kly'a Crwun lUlnt from your druggut now A|«pl> * llltlp of thl» frugrnnt. itnllarptlc 1 | civ.ini In your noatrlla. I«i It p«-nr trnta through rxrry air p4.-Jb» of « the head soothe and heal the swollen. inflAm«*d muoiu» men' brane. giving yoti Instant relief I Kty'a Cream llalm la Just what rv ! ery cold and catarrh nufferer has ( twen seeking It a JU I ** aplrndld Children's Shoes, kid and gunmetal; all sizes; worth to 92.2.~>, cut to BSf \ Men's Heavy Work Shoes, worth to $B.OO, cut to $3.48 $l.OO Hoys' School Shoes cut to ....$1.98 Special—ladies' Felt Comfort Slippers, all colors, ribbon or fur trimmed; to $.1.00 at $1.15 BECAME THIN AND WEAK FROM LACK OF BLOOD If vour blond In not fortlflad mtlnm llta multltuda of dtariiaa Krima ll' it aurrouttd ua. you rt*k lw lug a prty to aloknaaa. Vou may not ba ablr lo put In a good day'a *.ork without a lOnnUnt frrlln* of rtliaua- Tho rlprrlmo of Mr* Oaorg* II lliivr) nf No «l» I'arkwood avrniir, Youngatown. • > will Inlatrat many. "I Mini pal* and wwtk. and my blond una iihih»\erlahed. My appetite wan \ ery poor. food dl»trf*i" , (l me, and I often hud nervotia at«||i. 1 wan subject to itliilnrM, ttlirn ex ery thing would turn blark before mv xv* Mv heart would lwut€rcrv fnit when 1 went upstairs. 1 could not «leep At night I hud a dry hacking rough and i«r«ame »»o thin and weak that 1 had no atrength to do uny J work i day 1 read about Dr. Wll lkam» rink Plllg In a papar and «1«» tided to give then* a trial Aftrr tak Ing a ft w !*»«••* I felt like a different |M«reon and t«*»k the pllla until 1 re (nverstl J am glad to re«*t»mnend !»r WllU*»»ns' l*lnk Plllg to any |»er aon Buffering with anemia." l>r Wilhama' Pink Pllla are a tonic, not a stimulant They hulld up tAe lilcmkl and hava transformed thouaand* of alck. grourhy. irritable, tired and nervoua |teople Into active, enrrgetlc. rapahl** rfflrient and women They will help you tt*> Your own drugglat sells l»r Wit llama' Pink Pllla Price SO renta Write to the l»r Williams Medtclna Co.. S» hene« tady, N Y . for fre* book on the Mood Saturday we'll also sell Men's Pure Silk Socks at 23*. Heavy Flannel Shirts, worth to $3.50, marked at $1.48. Light Chambrey Work Shirts go at 69*. And Men's Union-made Overalls marked to $1.65. Heavy Wool Mackinaw Shirts cut to $4.85. Heavy Outing Flannel Cowns go at $1.48. 35c Lisle Carters go at 18*. These are just a few items picked at ran dom from these great stocks. As long as we can pick up stocks of Shoes and Clothing at about one-half original cost we'll do ho because the crowds that pack our store from morn till night attest Seattle's appreciation of the supreme values that Rogers offers. For Rogers gives what he advertises—the people know. You can't beat Rogers' prices. And remember THE SEATTLE STAtt—FRIDAY. DECEMBER 101* Theo Karle, Back to Civilian Life, to Sing at the Met Soon Th#n Korlr. r<-|«»n«cd from Camp lwf*win will mil* ui> hl» nrwr «h»r« Iw left 11, In Seattle, t>v (ivlnit tha firnt <olll*ll for hla 101* I»I0 mumn • I the Metropolitan th>-«trr. Wodnea day evening l»eo*mt>rr 1* Theo K*rlr no introduction In Seattle. ua It «aa here whera ha firm w»lv«l hla munlnl training, and It wi»* fteatllr that Knt hln, Kaa' whero he won the rei-ognltlon of thr mini eaartlng of mumi lie. »n«! where h* wan Iteraldrd by them <U anionic AiuerU'u'a trading tetter*. "Tell Me How To Be Beautiful" lift Kid n( All I'lmnlr*. Illxrkbeada ■ml Hkln Krupllnn* Purllc the lllood Willi S'lmrl • 111 rlum \\ j|rr«. IfMfl'* < alrl«aai Htfrr* l«p*tjr D« «.l»r ■ I .Mrlr « • M*U«I««. The rraaon why Stuart'a f*al« «um W*f#n beautify th* •km la their na'irs! t*nd»n« » to •»•!( th«- turftcv. The wonderful « sulphide l» on* of the natural c«<nitiniMiii of the human body You nm*t hav* It t«# h* healthy It rnri« h"» th* bl<»od. »kin health. dries up fh» nlmp'ea and b"ih. ec»ema *nd enshl«-« n« w skin of file testura to form and be* "mi rlr«r, pinkish, •month a« velvet and re fined to the i««ini of toVelinea* and •* .»v n • »,.%•. r. »•« «'»• i fui " Hfop living creams. lotion*, pnwdrra snd hkarh-i, which merrjy hide f«r th»* morifni Uri m !»o.*ent I hot of Htnarl • <*al«ium Wafers at •nr drug store t«»dav And If >»•-*> to give them a trial, •end th* coupon below Dandruff Surely Destroys The Hair C 2 lrU» — If you want plenty of thick, beautiful. gl«»say, ailky hair do by all tn«*ana gat rid of dandruff, for It will starve your hair and ruin It If you don't. It doeon*t do murh to 'ry to hruah or wash It out. The only aura way to get rid of dandruff In to dla aolve It, then you destroy It entirely. To do thU, ge? about four oun«-es of ordinary It'iutrl arvon. apply It at night whrn retiring; uoe enough to rnolatan the araJp and rub it In gently with the finger tip*. Ily morning, moat if not ail. of your dandruff will l>e gone. and three or four more appllcatlona will completely ditAolvn and entirely de stroy every nlngle sign and tra*' of It. You will find, too, that all Itching nnd digging of the acalp will atop, and your hair will look and feel a hundred tlmea better. You «an get liquid arvon at any drug atore It la inexpensive and four ounce* |* all you will need, no matter how much dandruff you have. Thin almpla remedy never fail* Advertiaeinent. GET AFTER THAT COLD RIGHT NOW Got rijrht after it with n bot tle of Dr. King's New Discovery She never let a cough or cold or mse of gTlppe go until It grew dan gerous. Hhe Juat nipped It when she began to anlffle or cough be fore it developed seriously. Men, women, and children of ev ery «g€uhave used this prepnration for flft * years as a prompt relief er. All ages are ualng It today be cause of Its positive results. Onerous size bottles aold every where. Constipation Corrected l)r. Klmk'm New I,lfe Pllla tonight mean clear bowel#, a clear head, t Icar thinking, a day well begun In the morning, good dlge*tlon, clear ing akin. Mild In action hut. Htire and comfortable. Al drug atore* everywhere. Th«« Karl* '! Than Kurla will >*» related by > Carman Fry*. a wall known local i plunlßi ■ J HIGH WAGES, ij HIGH PRICES ROLE FRANCE « n. I K« «."» * I (Hpe ..»! to The HUu by N K A I J'A KIS, |im I Mm an< I women worker* In France huv» been mak Ins huh*r wage* tlu»n ever before Hut iii» high ro*t "f living mor« than niillrn<*i the lnrrea*e Thuuwln of woman. many with children, are working In *hop* for the flr*t time Mtny am rmplmH In the American army «■•)• "f drpot* ami lied workabopa Mint of thru* women wtrn aliout It IS a do Mm ilolng nlmllar work earn about It a day Skilled men, moetly |>»rtlv dlaahled eoldlrra. run make |1 a Jay at |>l»« work In farlorlM. Women with families b»«e to work tieraunr their himian'ls either have horn killed In the war or are ■nMipra now Holillrri get only I renta a day and women mm! work U> »upport them*elve* for the gov ernment famllr allowame l< rarely adequate Fortunately rent* have not aone tip Tlieae women are clever market era and by their acumen manage to keep down aomewhat the pwl of living. They have to, eon»ldering ■ Uch prli-ea *» Uleae llcef, M rent* a pound. waa 30 before the war. CoUlom, 5\% to ( eenta a pound Kgg*. tl a doaen. were ;0 to :t rent*. Itutter It a pound. »« ?4 rent* C'heeae. 31 to 4! rent* a pound Milk, I rent* a pint, waa about 1 cent*. Hugar. IS renla a pound (loaf *ugar, 20 cental. A popular pe.iaant meal alwayn wa* bread and rheeae and thenp wine. The bread, fortunately. h*» only gone up from 4 to & cent* a pound ami wine ha* not Increased greatly. Hut the government plao e.l restriction* on the u»e of rream or milk for making <-he»*e Skilled workmen who either e* I raped army aervlre thru ph>«lral Inability or returned partly Inra pa-itiited are getting greatly In ! m>a»e«l pay For example, atone m**..n« u«ed to get about II 20 a ilny liefore the war. Now they get a day. I'ri«klll*d laborera hired by the ! year formerly got 110 Now they ■ •an t be had for leaa than 1240 a year. Vaat number* of men and women working on atria! I farm* got 30 <*nta and 20 rent* a day, reaper I lively. Now the men get so rent* i't day and tfiree bottle* of wtne and ihe women 40 rent* and one bottle The wine coat* the farmer about 12 ■ enU a bottle. Tha amall farmer ha* liwn among the hardaat hit If hia farm haa l»een spared In tha ruin of war. be face* Increased labor coat. Increased coat of horae fwl and a 500 to B#o par rant Increase In tha price of chemical producta uaed In farming And. If he has to buy a horae, it coot* twic# as much a* the war Ju*t * hat will happen to these wo*" *cn|«>« the living cost In a problem which tha i cad)u«t ment commission* are now considering. CARVING MEAT IS THE BEST THING HE DOES A demonstration of carving moat and poultry. nn<J advice on the way to aelect tha beat cuta, was given by William Jamea Clark. e*i»ert car ver. at the Hon Marche t«-n r«»o»n Friday afternoon. Miss Maude Wll "on spoke on the budget and household accounts. The proirram waa given under the auaplcea of the national war kitchen. Lota of Action in Thia London Show (Special to The Star by N. K. A ) I/)NIK>N, l>ec. ft—After seeing a brisk musical comedy a former soldier In London, cxpreaalng tl»« highest praise of which he wa« rapa ble, declared: "It was like being back In the line again." The Firth of Forth, where. It 1* hjilil. u part of the (Serman fleet :miy b« Interned under the terms of the armistice with the Allien, ftt the North »ea In 15 mile* in width, and taper* hark. .16 mi leu Into Scotland to a width of a mile, where It I* apan ned by a celebrated cantilever rail way bridge. For another ton mllen. to Queenabefry. It haa an average breadth of two and a half rnllen. arid narrown for nnother hlx mile* till It become* the River Forth, up Into Hcotland'a mountain* amid a wealth of romantic nrenery. A canal ■\H mile* long oonnegt* the Firth of Forth with the Clyde river, and It will afford harbor (or a large number wX shipa, v rm Facing a Bad r\ Situation ( MM - With the year nearly gone, my tables are \ J simply groaning under the biggest str>ck of woolens carried by any tailor in the state. I ' am forced to take drastic action in order to turn my stock into cash. Here's What I Am Willing to Do Suit or Overcoat Made to Order 50 By Expert Union M - Tailors-Perfect M Fit Guaranteed !■ m IMal«h thrill HtnHiTr if ) <H| i», for l«wi I tutu (15.00 U> (MM READY FOR CHRISTMAS You'll want u new Suit or Overcoat for ChriHtma*. Order to morrow and it will be ready for you. Come before noon if at all possible LIBERTY BONDS Accepted at Their Full Face Value I atrongly urge you to keep your I4herly Hbri'U. but if It la n«ce*«*ry for you to exchange them for clothe*. I'll accept them at par value and tf'a you your change In r**h BRITISH LOSE 2,475 VESSELS l/INION. tier t tlrltlah *hlpa •unk with their crewa during the war. number 2.475. and 5.147 with tbelr crew* *cl adrift, according to a report of Sir Krlc Oeddea. flrat lord of the admiralty. Merrhant ma rine *ervlre Muffere.l over 15.000 cu ualtlea. aaya (ledde*. Relief From Rheumatic Pain doctor will * tell you that you will secure quick re lief from those rheu matic twinges by applying BAUME analgEsique BENGUE that famous French prod uct originated by Dr. Jules Bengue of Paris. You will enjoy its cooling, soothing and re* freshing effect. And only in the original, remember, will you get the strength neccssary to secure the desired relief. Fortunately, this famous Baume may be had at al most any drug store in the IJnited States, in spite of war conditions. *■ Get a tube today, t* THOS. LEEMING & CO. Amorioon Agent* Naw York Be Sure You Get The Original Special for Saturday —Distinguished Woolens— It will be a fastidious man, indeed, who cannot find a suitable pattern in my immense stork. Serges, worsteds, tweeds, cashmeres in an almost infinite vartMy of patterns, shades and colors. Imported and domestic suitings, heavy and medium overcoat fabrics. (Garments made in any style you like and tried on while being made as often as necessary to io> *ure perfect fit. IMPERIAL TAILORING CO. LOUIS SIDELSKY, Pro* 801 Third Are., Cor. Columbia Two blork* inot onr block) •OULb of Mfttim Bt- QA4 / l"on tt* foolrd by OTUiaUon dsns. Ltook for Ov a BAD TEETH ARE DANGEROUS unclean mouth is Dangerous as weO as disgusting —lt is also Inexcusable. In these days of science and sanitation contagious dis eases are not the menace that they formerly were. Cleanli ness is the most worthy ally A B of the doctor and good health. Disease germs, dirt and un cleanliness of all kinds are H despised by people of com nidii m'iiso and ordinary re- \ finement. An unclean mouth is par ticularly disgusting and ex tremely dangerous. In these days of highly scien tific dentistry a foul mouth, with decayed and miss ing teeth, is inexcusable. There is absolutely no reason why a person's mouth should be left in an unclean condition—it can't be because it will cost too much, for a few dollars will secure this service for you. It can't be because the opportunity is lacking—there is a dentist for every few thousand people—there is one for you. You can't possibly find a good reason for not having your teeth attended to. WITH SclenUfic T>enU*try there should he no longer any KKAII OF TAIN In the cental chair. and when wo nro able to offer the very bent Crowns anil Bridges ran Iw made . . . with the highest grade materials . guaranteed for ten ytwrs of perfect service . . . when iminless extraction of decayed teeth and the scaling and cleaning of teeth coat next to nothing . . . there can bo no excuse for allowing the mouth to remain in an unwholesome condition. If yon have been careless and allowed yoor Wh to fall into decay . . . take the matter In hawl at once . . . don't delay another day. . . . I'hone for appointment for free examination and wo will tell you what vim need to put yo'ir mouth In a healthy condition. . , . I'hone NOW . • • "> e number Is Main Sis 3. Electro Painless Dentists "laboring People's Dentists" i/ocated for years S. E. corner First and Pike. Phone Main 2555.