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The Seattle star. (Seattle, Wash.) 1899-1947, February 13, 1920, Image 8

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Fountain of
Melody
i Drowns
Life's Drudgery
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£»»• The way to drain off life's drudgery
%|r is to drink at the fountain of melody.
" Take all you want. Musical inebria
tion has no harmful after effects.
B'.:
fir* The one drink prohibition has spared,
and the Brunswick places this wonder
ful fountain right in your home, where
all may drink to their heart's desire.
\ '■
m 1216-18 Third Ave. Tel. Main 3139
Between University and Seneca St*. t
|X) NK BANDIT diverts Frrf
Htolaon. 1420 Hlxth av'.. Into an alley
between Fifth and Bixth avea. on
Villon at., at 11 P m . Thursday, and
robbed htm of |S.
Elastic
Stockings f 7
for
Varicose
Veins
Mad« to order , > '
only. Fit liiar , 3 <fl
in teed i A
phoM Ufnt
EUlott 169# 7W
F.O.Ginnever %)
lit Wiih. Bldr A&Z
715 KWi Ave.
it—A $2.50 a Week We Are Musicians to Your Home AU , *J| e Renowned Pianos
■I Make# You Owner of Thi3 store makes it possible for every home'to enjov the finest &nd Pl&yd" Pl&IlOS
TUm r A IumUU muaic, and offers unparalleled choice of the recognized best Phono- H .re you will find the Pla-t», Play-
1 lniS Columbia araph., Piano., Player. and Reproducing Piano.. Reproducing Pianos that you
Come* here and select, where your choice can be nothing know are the finest—all nationally
• ° You may have this beautiful model 6u# a fjji se one'. known makes—assembled in a comprc-
Columbia in your home, with 20 selec- piinncc /~\ at iremi c t xcdrjc hensivo showing of models in Grands,
HI lion* Of your 6wn chooninß, for the total CHOOSE NOW ON CONVENIENT TERMS Kuby G rands and Uprights.
A P° ,l ° VrTj^r^f
• I » | . . . t ~, f_S j J MMMm t \ And other equally famous makes in all *II II M II
I A complete assortment of the world s M M—i 1 fIM*W Jm 'I tt - . . . „ . . 'I fil l 1J
» three hc.t phonogr.pl,. m.y be heard 1 | Modeto-Playy and J I J
"All >K» millu.il. JL* -m A J' L " OT j] TJi \f[ tf Kv'n alurnoon from !In t (hor« I* . demon- V
CULUWIBIAa IZL 9 1 r I'TTTT? T"} ATTT*. £2) 1! ptratton of the Amplco Chlckerln*—an Interpr.- n „
Records Always" NEW EDISONS—VICTROLAS .. . w. * u } tlon <* the mu.tc a. performed by the B r«ate*t Q. R.S. and Ampiro
•.vrtr.w Uelween rlke ami Union St». pianlaU. 1 layer Rolls
Monte Carlo Opelu
for Lively Season
NICE. Franre, Feb ll.—-With the
flrat ahot of the Ilattla of Flower*
at The today, the Interna
tlonal social aeaaon wan opened—and
today for th# flrat time In five yearn
liff here had regained it* gayety and
brilliancy.
At Monte Carlo the roulette w bee la
apln. At the table* ther« are not
now the Kuatlan grand dukr* who
uaed to win and lo*e no
but th»«lr places are taken by arore*
of memb*n« of royalty and near
royalty who aouirht refuge from po
lltlcal adversltlee In vanoua part* of
the world.
RX HREVICK MKVM club of the
University of Waahlngton plana to
plant memorial tree* for the Waah
ingtrm mm who died | n the wait
She's Quit School Teaching
Western Girls Made Gotham Take Notice
Finds a Fortune in Old Art
Josephine Mclstan, one of the original H'fjtrm girls, who
made Gotham sit up and take notice.
nv AItJCRN fl-AIRR
Rnur ymm mm" Marlon Moramn, a
California lmrtur, want Kaat
with all (IrU. of tha hnoJOiy, out
door Wmlwh trP*. Ilttla raah and
no cradlt. and pcwnhhl <>( tha Idaa
"SIP OF PIGS"
CHILD'S HIE
Look at Tongue! Remove poi-
Hon.H from fttomach, Uver
and bowel*
Areept "f'all/ornla" Hyrup of Fl«it
>nly- took for the name California
on the parka*e, then you are aure
your rhlld In havln* th« best and
moot harmleaa laxative or phyalc
for tha llttl* utomarh, Ilvar and
tiowela. Children love ll« dellrloua
fruity ta»t». Kull direction* for
child* don* on each bod I*. Olv*
It without fear.
Mother! You muat nay "JCaH
forjila."
APPLES
Retail and Wholesale
Cooking:.
"Whit# Wl»i«r Pear
main Apple* ■
Hpltaenber* Applea
l>ellr|oua Apples HtXp.
Horn# I»#auty Applet
Chelan Applea (
Wineaap Applet
V
Wholeaale and Retail
Th<»ae apple* will be jfSt»
■old and guaranteed i }
Kdwin J A
and for Je** M
than you ran obtal
thei *ame flf<Al>K
pie
Oo to fltall No. d"Wjj*t*ir* In
the Weatlake Market; auk If that la
Dr. Kdwin J. Ilrown'a atall. If you
want a ha&aaln in ai»pl*>*. potatoea.
vegretablra. fruit* and nut*.
4 THE SEATTLE STAR—FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, IWO.
that ah* could conquer New York
with dancer* ralaed and trained
within "inoil of the IVlflc.
I'p to that tun*. It had be*n con
aidered practically Impoaalbl* to tl
tract a Oothanilt* ti> a ballet that
™m« front lluaala.
It waa conaldered ahaolutelr li
dlrulmia that hom»«ro*n daitrm
ahould t>* a« groat art lata aa throw
whoa* naim couldn't la pronounced
flow muld a p*r*»n ha an artlai
with a nam* Ilk* Jonea?
In four year*, th* Morgan Danc*r*.
all of them hailing from th* tSolden
Wa*t. had baooma th* ru* In th*
Kaat. and had wreated the palm for
chorographlc dancing from th* Kid
World.
Neit month th* Moron T>anr*r*
will produra a ballet In New York
that will erllpae anything that haa
been preaented In thta country.
It will mark th* flrat real attempt
In 10 canturlea to r*vlv* claaalr
Greek dancing.
Thla week th* original all glrla
that Mr* Morgan brought from
California, long Iwfor* ah* and th*y
baram* famoua. ar* at th* Moor*
theair*. wher* they ar* exhibiting
th* new American art In a dance
drama of aatonlahlng beauty and
power.
Plant to Cut Off
Frisco Bond Shark*
HAN FRAMCIBCO, Feb ll.~l>ta
trlrt Attorney llrtdy rauaed a m
aatlon here wlun ho annnunred he la j
working reform" In hall bond pro
cedure that will eliminate bond
"runnera."
Hrady advocated abolition of
"II noo vaga" and a reduction of b»ll!
In all miademeanor caeca •
Formation of a ball bond aaeocla
lion to be conducted by reputable
clttxena without profit la Hrady'a
plan. Km to be charged would be
Juat enough to rover overhead e*
pvrntti In thla *it ha Intenda to
drive out "ahyatar lawyya" and
"bond aharka."
THEATRES
IMIAAc II ir
Adam Killjoy. nn pnrfn* vo«l by
Flllly MlHrr on the n«*w bill At »thf
r«tli»r#» Hip. Inn't much «»f a 'llnri j
pllnartnn In hln of bin
*on nnd Mir, but h*» rrratr* a lot of
laugh* In bin attempt* to he a utrrn
j»ar*nt. Wilfred Niton, n* bin won.
and Margu«*rlt« Johnnon, to wbow
managing the father gladly- mnNlgn*
him. ar* cant. There In
plenty of rlpv#rn#aa among Corrm
dlnl'i Anlmnl*. bright little four foot
ed artor*. who appear to anjoy their
antic* and who do a multitude of
amimlng thing*.
Harry Ooulnon ha* *ome mntrrl.il
that In refrrnhlnKly new and a
collection of dlalert *torlo* and
THE OUTLET CLOTHING CO.
121-123 Occidental Ave.
BOUGHT ENTIRE FACTORY
SAMPLE STORE STOCK
MUST SELL THIS STOCK AT A GREAT SACRIFICE
SALE NOW ON KKTO.,..
Union Store and Union-Made Merchandise
!3Svt th ? rFHCCd . 29c WITS AND OVERCOATS PANTS
In the tateHt Style Effects $4 00 Dress and (9 AQ
$1.50 Wool Under- „ n() Ai Wl Work Pants ...
63c $14.45 $3.89
$5.00 Flannel Shirts, in blue, $30.00 Men's QC $5.00 Dress Pants, in worsted
jrray and s u ju, <P6 I.OU and fancy d»Q QQ
Un «PA.fO $35.00 Men's £O/f QC ./i ripe n - l • vO.OJ
ll.MUnd.rwwr CO- 'I QQ
at OOC $40.00 Men's 0*97 QC sted and Tweeds. $4. o9
35c black and tan 1Q bu,t * # ,0 ° $5.00 Water Hepellanta, double
Dress Socks lOC J33 gg $3,48
' Shirts , $10.65 I 18.50 Wool Logger Waterproof I
$1.25 Cotton Ribbed 70 $lO.OO Slipons fcfiQC $5.68
Underwear 0 OC at sOtOv
•MB. M.89 «B-|»
$2 Qov« ath " $1.38 COatS $14.85 $6 a i)lUta
W $35.00 Over- *1 QQC at 9u*oo
$l.OO leather gQ coats <p1?7.03 $2.00 Caps QQ.
Gloves OOC $40.00 Over- £o>l QC at vOC
81.50 fi.un.tet 7 Q„ Y
leather (.loves itlC f j 2 .75 Union Made Overalls,l
*&&.... $1.35 $1.98 "Ers shoes
. $5.00 Men s Heavy Work and
50c Wool Socks In OO ____ Dress Shoes fcQ QQ
black and brown OO C $12.50 Washington Dry Sox at «P^.O«7
$4.50 Medlicott Pure Wool Un- leather *Q o{f $6.00 Heavy Work dJO OQ
dcrwear d»0 OO l,nwl «Ps7«Oi/ and Dress Shoes «P«J.O«7
dins ear $3.38 $7.50 Dress and (y| QQ
/ . Work Shoes....
$3.00 Union Suu. ( 1 QQ $3.00 Mens Khaki Pants— $8.50 Dress and *£* QfJ
in ecru and silver $ 1 .0«7 union d» % QQ WoHc Shoes ... SO.Ou
MOO Fl.nnel Shirt, in blue. ■ <I,W . «?•«> *?£
gray and *9 CQ V T ffifl 85
- 52 -® 8
"fiff?. 89c I *™ $3.68J $1.89
BE CONVINCED COME AND SAVE MONEY
SALE NOW ON~Siturday, Feb. 14, it9A.M.
THE OUTLET CLOTHING CO.
121-123 Occidental Ave.
THIRTY YEARS ON THIS CORNER
■mart aonga.
Illrd and Kema appear aa a rural
couple In » pletialng comedy aklt
Two young men and a pretty girl
form the CatT Trio They alng a
■roup of aonira of the popular varl
lims&K) pSi
\ I FOR INDIGESTION
CHEW A FEW—STOMACH FEELS FINE!
At once! Relieves Indigestion, Heartburn, Gases, Dyspepsia,
caused by Acidity. Hurry! Buy a box at any drug stoTe. Read
"Common Sense Rules Regarding Stwnach" in every package.
ety, and the Jmz yeralon of the Hula
dince cloaea the offering.
Klpp and Klppy are clever Jug
glera.
Thi featur* photoplay In "Duat of
Dmir*." ntarrlng ltuhy# <lc Rcm*r.
LACK OF REST
worry, over-work or imperfect nourishment,
all in a measure contribute to and are the
beginnings of nervous prostration.
SCOTT'S EMULSION
is a decided help to those who are nervous, in that it pro*
vides an easily assimilated food that quickly builds up the
general health by nourishing the whole body. Give
i less attention to worry; enjoy regular rest and sleep
JurVL and take Scott't Emulsion regularly after meals
flyY Scoff's never fails to nourish and strengthen•
111 A The ridoaivf grade of cod-liver oil used In IceM*a Emlslm is the famous
IK Lv_ " 8 AH 1 made in Norway and rehne»l in our mwm American
Laboratories. It ts a guarantee of purity and palatability unsurpaaaad.
Scott & Bowne. Blocmfield. N. J.

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