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®2HM!OEI Drop everything—beat the hi* crowds seoinjr this lovable artist in the finest character story of her career— SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 31 artists under Brambilla, playing "Bird Store" and "Wonderful Mother of Mine." UTk (• M at B«W» optowu. MM M Am; downtown. *l3 M At*. Play Ball—many a "Charley Horse** • has been eased by BAUME analg£sique BENGUE fur it quickly relieve* muscular strains of every kind TW I ■■■ M*c«., MT. I Dorvt Have To Worry New! THERE was a time when I worried over my baby, because he was so thin and paie. We were trying to feed him raw milk with water, because I couldn't nurse him—but it was too hard for his little stomach to digest. "Isn't there some form of »mile—eho» long, quiet, reatful milk easier for him?" I "<•««». Ti.ppy d, n , , , they tell me mr baby 11 tafe asked my doctor. „ 1 1 **Let'» try Ne»d£'» Milk „ foo*" ...d, "n>« just pure milk, you know, Ne.tU . Food. The Neatli in powder form —but much CompanyiwitmefrteaMothef's easier to digest because the on h° w •ak* *»'• of aird. b..k«» u P -.nj "" more nourishing because just the right amount of " xou fill out and a«d the ...... I * * • jj j m coupon below, I know they wiil sugar and cereal is added. be glad to help you it >hey 1 don t have to worry, now! helped me and at they have Thoae dimpled arm* and legi been helping mothera all over —that alow, aweet contented the world lor fifty yeara. Nenle'i la pore milk in pow4cr ftrro that ia tlrtady rr*>4\- A<4 and dee* M the firther ad«boa of milk. Alwiya pve and a«f«, alwaya uniform, and five from the danger* of homo jjod.fitjjion, N'tttU'i haa r**j the teet •f gmerifioot and Asi fdsy 111 UrtH fit tf m tsty f—i >e tkt mrU. FREE! Enough Nestle's lor \T|?CTI 12feedings. Send the coupon! |\| j r»*tle'M * ••"<! Company, Inc.. 207 Call Tiutldln*. \ 1 Han Kranclnco, Oal. \ Kan KW M '»«« t—l kw* mm 4 uUI pMteft. \ REAL PAINLESS DENTISTS la order to Introduce oar aaw fwhsUebone) plate, which la the lightest tmd atrongeat plate knows, oawsrs very little of the roof of the mouth; foo can btte corn off tha note, teed U yean KXAMINATMN ncRK m.* He* of Teeth f 10.00 M WkMm Teeth... fH.OO I Crwwaa 94.00 \f ] 111 dIJPFwW BvMtomm k MOO I j_| J ■ UM Amalcxn FTOlnc »1.00 ' Patotoaa KilnHtai An work guarantaod far M roars. Have lasprsoalon takes In tho ■Mrnlnr and get tenth same day. Kiemlnatlon and advice free. Call aa4 tee IsatlM of Oar Plate etut HrU(> Work. We Msei fho fisl of Tleie. Most of our present patronage la recommended by oar aarly patlenta whose work Is still giving good satisfaction. Ask our aattents who have teated our work. When coming to our offleo. bo son paa are In the right place. Bring thia ad with you. Oaea Oaaiais fisa t to II IB Wwkllc People OHIO CUT-RATE DENTISTS Stay b Limited MORF. STOCK GAMBIJNO BOSTON. Sept. I«.—Thotnaa W Lawaon aaya petort tbe war only t per cent of the people of tha Culled State* (rambled In (toeka, whlla now i 0.000,000 are doing It, Just Apply This Paste and the Hairs Vanish (Help* to neaaty) A safe, reliable home-treatment ! for the quick removal of superflu -1 on* halra from your face or neck li ,aa follows: Mli a uttff paste with some water and powdered delatone. apply to objectionable hair* and after 2 or J minutes rub off. wa*h the akin and the hairs are gone. This simple treatment Is unfailing and no pain or Inconvenience at- I tends Its use. but to avoid dlsap i polntment be certain you g«t genu ine delatone.—Advertisement. FOOD mss MILK. GERMANS SENT BACK MONTIIKAU Hcpt I«.—Elffht hundred Interned German* were shipped from Canada to llotlerdam (Mb lln one weak. BANKER GIVEN JAIL SENTENCE Will Serve 20 Days in What com County ConVicted of misappropriating over IX.uoo of tl>* funds of tha Flrst National bank of Bremerton whllo president of the Institution. Charles K. Thomas will serve 20 day* In tlia Whatcom county Jail and pay a fine of $3OO. Judge Neterer Imposed the light sentence whan n petition for rlrtn ency, nlßtn-d by the Jurors and Win ter H. Martin, counsel for the •)•»- fpn*e, wua read to him. It «u» an nounced that a heavier (lni> or a longer Jail sentence would ruin the garage business which ha had started In Bellingham It wu ahown to the court that Thoma* had returned hla own for tuna of $33 000 to the bank and mad* good hla misappropriation* M irtin announced that h» would flla n |>o tltlon for writ of error In tho dla trlet court of appeala. TAILOR STRIKE MAY SPREAD Indication* war* Tuan.tay that th# strike of 500 tailors, which start-d Monday, will spread until It Includes buahelrnen, alteration hand* and other worker* In atorea luuulting ready-made clothing Seattle tnllor* joined a roAitl«ltl« irtllk* Monday fur water 1 Inirnuvi from JJfi a ».-ek to 144 a *nk Help. «r» are axkliiK a raliw from >M a week to 113 They are *!•«> naklng a clo*ed shop and a raclaMtfli niton which would create mnr» Journey, men tailor*. Journeymm would I* allowed one heljier. and weekly over time would be limited to four tioura a week, at double pay. The wa«e and r*eJaaal neat lon clan*** are the onea objected U> by j tha matter tailor*. 44-HOUR WEEK MEN ME FIRED 8,000 Who Quit Noon Sat urday Are Out NEW TOItK. Sept. 1« Right thousand shipyard worker* who "automatically" ceubllahed the 44- hour per week achedule Saturday by quitting at noon, found them ■H-lvea Without job* when they re ported for work today In Rrooklyn Employer* declared the men h.\d automatically returned by their action Saturday and announced all utrlker* would be paid off ihta after noon. Th« trouble am** whan the ahtp yard worker* demanded the 44-hour working week with Saturday after noon off. Their demand* war* re fused by shipyard owner* The men then declared a atrlka for *rery Bat urday afternoon. The owner* innmOT they are fIJJ- Ing tho vacant place* with other workmen. The union* started pick "tln« today ant railed a kiniiiii to decide further action against strtke breakers. STEEL STRIKE ORDERS SENT Chicago Unions Notified to Quit September 22 CHICAGO, Sept. Id—Orders for member* of the steel worker* union* In the vicinity of Chicago to strike next Monday, at « a. rn.. were re celved by local union* today. About 150,000 in the vicinity of Chicago will »trik«, according to union officials. TOWNLEY GETS 90-DAY TERM Delay Granted for New Trial Argument JACKHON', Minn.. Bept I«.—Attor neys for A. C. Townley an<l Joeeph Gilbert, of the National Non-F'nrtlvon l*a*ue. today were preparing to plead for a new trial. Townley and Gilbert were »entenc«d to nerve 90 days In the Jacknon county jail on the choree of con*plrlnr to teach sedition Judge Dean gTanted a wtay of execution for SO daya, to allow the plea for a new trial FAMOUS OLD ARMY RIFLE IS SHELVED SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. I#— Tho United State* army has offi cially bad* farewell to tho old Krag - Jorge n sen rifle, which saw *o much service (luring the Spanlsh- Amerlcan war. Other equipment which has also been found obsolete In Included In the new order* of the war department received at the Western department headquarters. It follows: Springfield rifle, caliber .45, all models; Springfield carbine, caliber .45, all models; United States mag azine rifle, caliber .30, models 1X92, 1596 and IJ9S (Krag-Jorgenscn with bayonet); United States mag azine carbine, caliber .30. models 1*92, I*9l, IS9B and 1899 CKnitj- Jorgensen); swords for non-com mJasloned officers on stuff duty. DEPUTIES NAB NINE UNDER TRAFFIC LAW Nine alleged violators of the traf fic lawg were arrested by Deputy Sheriff* Asa J,e«, R. c. Murphy and C. H. Kearney Hunday. The nine al leged offendern nre: J. W. Nocberir. J. W Nordstrom, C. Weaver, Fred Ruhler, .7. H. Jackson, N. B. Burns, J. Veady, M. A. Reed and M. Settle baum. TTTE SEATTLE STAR—TTTSDAY, SEPTEMBER Ifi, 1919. Sound Sleep lor the Baby Why Careful Mothers Everywhere Show a Decided Preference for Simmons Cribs —Built for Sleep WOMEN everywhere know the Simmons principle of beds built for sleep. Thousands of them have been using Simmons Beds for years — and nothing but Simmons Beds. The mere announcement by a merchant of Cribs built by Simmons of Kenosha, to the widely-known Simmons ideal of sleep—is enough to send mothers flocking to the stores in the interest of the baby's health and comfort. THE Simmons principle is that one of the most import ant things in the world is plenty of sound, refreshing sleep. This company was the first bed manufacturing conccm to recognize this fact and to do something about it in a practical way. They know that a rattle or squeak in the bed tenses the nerves —even though the sleeper may not actually wake up. San Francisco, Cal. Newark, N. J. SIMMONS COMPANY Montreal, Canada Kenosha, Wisconsin 500 PINTS WHISKY POURED INTO SEWER Five hundred pints of booze, or about ll,*oo worth, at the prevail ing price, la mingling with the salty brine of Elliott bay Tuesday. The liquor found the aea by the sewer route. Federal authorities conducted the tour. The liquor had been seized In government raid* during recent weeks. —MASTER STRENGTH BUILDER OF THE BLOOD The Power Behind th Strong, Sturdy Men ar Healthy, Beautiful Wome of Today "T« wokr utroni, krrn, rrd-bloti Amr rl<nn». fbrrr la not bins In my pfrlfll'f «*bi«'b I bovr found no VOIU nn orranlr Iron —Nnmtrd Iron." no; Jomro Fmnrln ftnlllrnn, former!j r rlon of llfllfvuf llonpltnl (Outdoor llr \r*r York, find (be \\ rntrbrnfrr 00 1 honpltnl. Mnißtfd Iron, by enriching the blood niitl creating new blood oella. itrfngtbrm Ihr nrrvro, re bulldo fbr nrikffird tlnnnen ond help* to Inntlll rrurwril rnrrgT nu<( fnrturnnrr Into Mir whole ijnlrm. 11 often Inrrronro the ntrenicth of tvenk irllrnlr people In two weekn* time. I * eat Into ted tbnt «*rr .l.oon.twi'i pro •fmnitr*r*tmr*irw* Not*- lron, rrrmn nilad and pr«»*rr|b*<d by phyaiclana. la not a rwt ram ad y, but ona which I* wall known to jRKIMta i".'<rywh«ri'. l*nllk«» t»ir» .»ld»'r Inorftinlr >r\ produrta. It In <mi »ll y n awlmlUt »mI, doaa not Urn tha trwth. maka tham black, nor upaat tha rnarh Tha manuf'irturrra tfiMrantaa huci-***- J an'l ontlraly aatlnfa< tory roaulta t«> avary _ . 4 i-urrhaarr or thrjr will rofund your monay. It la drufflau ° WI DrU * C °" I,arte,i L>ru * Co ' »wUf« ruarmacy &ad Jl IM.I S Ml ST 111 KKY CHICAGO. July I#. Chicago Judges will have Ui go sumo -about 40 knots a day. Tliey hava 6,009 divorce coaea to hear thla term. CHICAGO, Sept. 1«. Adolph Gortner yevterduy realgned aa eiecu tlve aecretAry of the National Boclal lat party. Oermer aald that hla term wua up and he did not wish to Ixi re elected. He denied that he was withdrawing from the party. HIS TEST YOURSELF 1 Where Your Blood Standi I ran work or how far you can walk r«xl; ni-xt take two flvu-uriiln tablet* of time* prr ilny dfti-r meal* for two ■Ht your dlrfiiKth nraln nnii m>e how we gained. Number* of nervou*, run nle who wire ulllng nil the while have tonl»hlngly Increased their etrength and unce wlmply by taking iron In the proper There can be no sound sleep without complete repose —every nerve and musclc relaxed. Hence their extreme care to have all the joints of their beds finished true and smooth—lock ing tight, without suspicion of noise or unsteadiness. Hence, too, their years of work in pcrfccting Springs—do ing away with the tendency to sag or hump or lose resiliency. And their accurate squaring and fitting of Spring-frames —to prevent the spring from develop ing a knock or rattle against the bed. Prices of Simmons Beds are Jiuilt for Sleep The Large 25cts Crescent Baking Powder When You Think of Advertising Think of The Star ' ill isS 0 Can Saves on the Dollar Baby Crib No. 246 It is made of Simmon* Seamless Square Steel Tub ing through out, sliding side. Sturdy and firm, but light in weight and easily moved. Your choice of a variety of finishes—white enamel, ivory or hardwood effects —and of two-and-a-half and three fodt widths. little, if any, higher than those of ordinary beds. If you have any trouble find ing them, a post card to us will bring you the names of Simmons merchants near your home. —and Crescent Baking Powder not deteriorate. Even after can is opened Crescent re its original strength and icy. ■efore you make this posi saving in the 5 lb. tini o! cent. know indeed that Crescent stand the severest tests for baking efficiency and all around good quali ties, for not a pound can get by the rigid tests and technical . scrutiny of our chem* ists. Klaaraoni Company, Xtll Seattle Wash. Crescent raised foods ara light, sweet, and whole some. Yonr groosr MB rapply fN.