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ALWAYS FIRST RUN PICTURES ALWAYS
TODAY—AND 3 MORK DAYS ONLY
WOMAN, are you afraid that your husband la slipping
•way from you?
Da yea know (he sign* that mean yon hare lost your
ability to hold him?
If yoo do or do not fall to see—
"THE ROAD
TO DIVORCE"
I —STARRING—
| MARY MacIAREH
ADDED FEATURES—
JOE ROBERTS "A JAZZY JANITOR"
Ban joist Too Funny to Describe
With New Numbers .
===== PATHE REVIEW
CONCERT ORCHESTRA
Lady Artistes TOPICS OF THE DAY

Soiled Optical
Service
Good Glanet
95.00 97.50 fIO.OO
D&LO. MANN
Distinguished Service
No "SCHOOLEY"
Funeral I* "Cheap"
Every ceremony is dignified and complete,
embracing every equipment and accessory re
quired, regardless of price.
My equipment
and assistant [ " i
# staff are of the
'Embalmers
licensed by the
Washington.
assistant ' sjmL'
HE, "JI&JHr>V
Complete
motor equipment.
Use of chapel free. H
i# The first duty of a
funeral director, as
I conceive it, is to
lift from the shoulders of the family all the
many little responsibilities which otherwise
would demand their personal attention.
For reference, if I do all this or not, ask any
one of the families I have served and get their
opinion.
Complete Funeral as Low
as $65.00
LADY ASSISTANT ON EVERY CASE
Most Home-like Funeral Church
Schooley Undertaking
Company
Elliott 6255 2022 Boren Ave.
"Empire Day" to Be
Observed in U. S. A.
Empire day. the national holiday
In Canada and Nowfonndtaad. win bo
i>ba>« i«d by Canadian* and former
I Oanadiana living la U>a rtnto of
Waihlartcm. on May II at a dinner
In the Maaonle temple. In Seattle,
under aneplrea of tho Canadian rlub
of Seattle. It la eapeeted that 1.M9
paracma win attend. Tfce coming
bant)set will be the flrat big rvent
ander auepli ea of tho now Canadian
clob. which wa* reorganised M.trrh J 1
Confessions
of a Bride
O»*TTt«H«edL W tf»«Wi ■ ■»»»■>
tat«ryftM A«wvt*U««
ROB INSIST* THAT I DHOl'
IU*IKITI'AI.IKM AND I
hll-K.NTI.Y AGItKK
"Na am for aa I* ln«lst that wt
mbl pnaatbly believe In oujlar I
Mild to lUih. after (tanrliii over the
hnada In my favorite newspaper.
"WhJl't up now, my dear?"
queried Hob.
and Katherlne Miller have
turned a startling stunt Ibis lima."
I munnurwt with my nnaa aflU
hurled deep in tha n»w» column. "It
waa vln the out la bnud that your
nlJtur fhrya frabbed off thnt llaa
potln stuff about the Herman and
liuwh in conspiracy to reatore kaiser
dam and raardom. That happened
two wwka ago. And now the plot
haa be'n diarovered by Parts do
tectlveaaT" I explained. "lWhoM.' liars
In tha paper la tha vary story tha
gtrta r»t at thatr Honolulu seanca.
Now, Hob I/orlmrr. will you be
Uere r
Rob flnma am sad aat down at
my ai.l*.
Tha srtiolo darn ntfiamo—aora
enough! Just aa wa have It In tha
letters! They wara written thrac
weeks a|o! |ty Jo**! It'a Internal
injj, to ay tba laaat!" ha n
claim ad.
Than wa rand fla details aa print
ad la tba pnj>ar. Omoblchin*. nham
berlaln of tha lata oaar and f"i iwi
mnnbrr of tha duma. had bean ar
ranted In farta aa tha haad ot a vast
eonaplracy! Tha ar«ount covered Uia
oufja story etactly aa It had -been
outUuad by "itaapatin" and arreted
by ("hrjn thraa weeks bark.' tluaaUn
artstocrata. aiwistad by Hatmao
Jankers and (tennan arras, plinnnl
(0 raatora tha Imperial court of Itna
ata and ant a Itomanoff upon tha
IhroM,
"Intervwttn#- *at merafy a «*>tnrt
den.-e, aftar ail," averted my hua
band. "All darn rot—that oulja
atotr pf course sttrh a plot waa to
l>* np»rtM Hut Orawt Hnakaa! How
I'hry* will atlnk to It aa proof pos
itive that wa can nmmunliali with
tha nnaeen world' Now aha baa an
danoa of a genulDa •ra*alaUoo,' an.l
no altly bunk eiuwr. btlt matter of
tha iraatcat Importance, dtra t frttan
tha aplrlt world SI days befora the
wlraa carried the new»: Ooah* Tbara
ought to be a oalja board In every
nawapapar offfc*"
Then my huaNuid fiuanod in Mn
men JnunaUc m*nan and addrraend
Ml
"J«M Larlmerl An 700 |ulin !»
for that kind of bowmim! ni—lll
yom tt you take It opf*
"Oh! la! to' Now you m raartty
how lha nnr celt dl«U" fanrtiwr
t aald. "Really aenalble relative*
quarrel about It! Tba paraon wbo
WKtM ahraya nauitfM to ran Ihe
rant of the tr-tbe autnebow! OoaaMn
A* lons X Ike atirka
10 h*r fad. her family la boond to
bo hampered. niktf we ban rot to
rite op our lovoly Oirn M poor
Jordan Upence decided to do, or wo
hare got to lietrn to her twiddle
about myetVKm. Thera'a Do com
promlaa In har^
"Bettor 70a <n* Ik Tarn, and
drop tt for food. I down want to
hear a word a boot ft ajraJn" «r»
noanoed my lord and mauler. "I'm
not frHnf to bare my bongalow
divided acainrt Iteelf by any rarh
bank, I ainare yon""
Now, when a liwhand tallra tike
that. what U an Independent Amor
lean girl to do? ,
Of rourae. I didn't aarree to ew
render my prlvata opinion—not Im
mediately—and not In worde-—bat In
my own mind I derided to hare don*
forever with everything connected
with aplrttlam.
I had to admit fa nryaelt ffnH ?
had been considerably attracted by
onija manifestation*. and 1 mtptx**
lota of »om«ti era tout aa anarrftt
IMa a* I am, bttt men. I think, are
harder to convince.
"It'a eaay for btiiMM to belt*** In
bonk and hard for them to
"■ld mjr huaband "Ton women lor*
rom«nr», and If yon mot nnderatand
a thin*, roo think It in ant b« true*
Tnu prefer obaeure *tat-menta to
perfect!y plain farta"*
"Maybe I prefar to aaa Bring* th»
way my hoaband km them!" I mid
meekly. And th*n ! hummed a lin*
from "Rnddlgore":
: "It really doeant matter matter,
■alter"*
"What If ft did, matter, matter,
matter'- aeked Itob.
I •lipped over to hta (Ida and cava
him a good hug. I couldn't anawer.
I couldn't any whether I wmiH mm
promlaa with him about a thin*
which did matter.
(Ta Be ronttnaerf)
SALE BY THE NAVY
OF
Condemned Stores
at the
NAVY YARD, POGET SOUND, WN.
There Win be »old by aea.l*d pmpn*«l*. to be earned at It
a- May 15, 1920, by the H«*nior Member, lii-aranf Purvey
Appralnal and Kale. Nary Yard. Fug*t Hound. Waahlngton. tha
following claaaea of material:
nm. (mare or lew) old M Tante, 7*». wflh lUca,
rubber. 7 Tent*. I«*20.
Meao gear, mleerllancotu Item*. (on jarJ* Canvaa, cotton. 3t-
Refrigerator a, Inch.
Knrnlturo, Ufa prraervrr*,
llfak*, Folding rota,
float of an kind*, Marldno toota,
"mall hand taola, I-aUtra,
»5,000 Iba. (mora ar Ima) aU Plata joll*,
.JT!?' lft.ooo Iba. ilnc nh Irani Inge,
"* (mora ar loaa) irrip 15,000 Iba. xlnc dmaa,
«*"»aa, Tubnlar life float*
Motor tailing launch ea, Ufa rafu.
Steam cnttwn, ( anl automobile Una,
Wbalahoata, niaaa narboya.
Dinghy*. 1,000 ton* (mora ar leaa) D|M
Heating and heavy black and gaJran-
Clotltlnf, fated ncrop aM,
Rlanketa, alieeta, btdnprriA, tS tons (more or leaa) acrap
ate-, eaat ateaL
"ale wtTT be for ca*h to the high eat bidder. T>«poalta of *0
per rent of tha amount are required. Inspection ran be made
upon application to the Senior M*?nb**r, Hoard of Hurvwy, Ap
pralnal and Hale, Navy Yard, Pugftt Hound, Wanhtnirton.
Catalogs* of *al« and further Information may be obtained
from I>r>partm*nt "C," Board of Hiirvey, AppruinaJ and Sale,
Navy Yard. I'mft Bound, Washington*
TTTE "SEATTLE STAR—SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1920
Seattle Star Story Book
By Mabel Cleland
Amen the {tnoqnaimts ran*
trip I'acir and David did much
wvmdertng. Wbw they took a
drive they would wonder what
used to be rUtht where the water
lower atandi on Queen Ann* mil,
or what might hsva happened fi
arrfly where the plargHmnd la hi
Voltintnr IVh; or If any Indian
wigwam really waa on tha bank
of tha lake wl»n tha big 1/mj-y
horoa now standa.
Aa to thaae thins* and many Hka
them. and (wwlaJly with David,
to winder maant to aak (dmUoik.
Ona day DaMy turned aroond
and aald" "Mother. for tha love of
psane tall thaaw youngstsrs a real
thriller af an earljr-dar tala They
drive ma wild, liar* you not
■urn, tat back there and lat
Oraadtnothar answer your que*
tVma."
If ha hadnl a^u»—ad r»*IT aa
ha handed her over tha back of
tha aaat and twinkled at Uavkj.
ana might almost have believed he
waa w naa.
"Wen. wan. wenr aald Grand
mother, "a father born right up
In tha mountains and atin he
hjun't any story fur hla children
lUTOirriMJ mt.tN nlaerM
W*«t*rn WwhMf(«g iMoit I f»n
Im4tt rndkir for th* NwDwmi
InuWnihlp to th* Itopturt new worlj
movement rampalru. Ea*tarn
WwhlnilMl ntlll Im4i with |Ut.
00*. (trf£»n r»porta (or
th* antlr* stata.
WHEN THE STOMACH
GOES ON A STRIKE
Onod. rod blood, wtricfe OMUM
blood w*ll »wppH*d with osyf ft. I*
PI I. a—IT to b«altoy dl«wrtlon. Upon
th* blood depend* U>* now of to*
rmjrtrV flubl*. th* p*rf««t action of
1 th* muarln of lh* stomach and th*
•jMlmilatlon of th* dlr*«**d food
That to why a debilitated. run down
owodltloti *o o«*n cause* tha atom
Mk to go on atnka.
Tb* *ucr*m of th* tank treatment
tn nun* of stomarh troobl* *r In
dUt<wtlon to Rloirtr*t*d by th* ap*rv
•or. Of Mr. W. M McOank*. of Not
1141 Rettofontain* a»enu«, A. Kin
a* ratr. Ma.
"1 ndl>*atk>a M not appear to*
d*n!r With to*." **y* Mr. Mf<Jani*«
"It* appoint*-* wu *o gradual that
my blrtod waj pr»tty w*ll run down
and wvak bofor* I r**lto*4 It I *uf
f*r*d from cramp* and a f*»lln* of
futlflorw kmc after a mnJ. sapoeially
at nl(ht Th* pain* *c*m*d to b»
rr<m* wora* wh*ti I tried to ret to
sleep. I rrew n*r*ot»* and had *ud
d*n dlxry spells and sm* bilious *t
limn.
"I r*ad abowt P». WTTOama' Ptnk
nil* and promrwd a bo*. A f'w
day* aff*r atorttn* th* tr*atm*nt I
f*lt a llttl* better and w*nt on with
th* treatment. Orslually my blood
b*<nm» richer and then I was able to
rat a hearty m*al and It tai *»ident
that my f'iod *m dl|r»*l«d for I no
kmc** *tiff«-r*d from cramp* or
oth<-r atomarh palna. T alr*p w*ll
now and f»-»l l>*ltrr In ***ry way
than I ha** In a lonir tlm* I *tron*
ly rxnmmxnd l>r. Williams' i'lnk
fill*."
I>r wmtam*' rink pm* act /V.n-rt
It in mipptjrlnr tha "I'-mml* that
th» blood lark* and »n*hl« II to pmp
arty nonrlah tha ncrv#* and tha or
r*n* of tha bodjr In Oil* «if they
ar* u*»ful In n'umlirta. aclatir*. in
dlroatlnn and tha run-down condi
tion roiultin* from cold*. Influrmn
and f"v»r*.
A hookiat, "Whit to R*t and TTow
to Rat." which t*n* about thl* Inat
monl, will ba *»n| fraa o n r*ona«t by
tha I>r. William* M'dlrtn* n<k.
Kohancctady, N Y All drn**l«t* wall
I>r. Wllllum*' rink rill* or th»y will
ha »ont by marl. po*tp<Ud. on
of prlca, *0 rent* per hot
I'ftfcr .19
today. An right! I DID t*ihik aa
we cams In sight af that high
school on tha top of Qusan Anna
Kill of aa sarty-day happening
jou might Hka ta hear about.
■"Of oouraa, It waant Qhmh
Anna Ilin than. V* called It n*n
Town. Heat tie had grown qntla a
hit alnra tha block-house dsrya, but
an tha oraat of that beautiful hill
and far down Ita alopaa war*
dense forest.
"Thera ware no long drtvaa ta
laka In thoaa daya, )uat for an out*
Ing. partly because there wara na
carriages ta ride In and partly be
oauae thara wara na mada to
travel over. So whan wa wanted
aierrlee or adventure ar change
wa took long trampa ar horseback
rldea.
'And mOa children learned ta
want vary long distance* with na
effort.
"Ona day It happened that a
neighbor of mine waa busy and
(he sent h*r two children for a
long walk In ears of tha maid.
And ss they lived on the edge of
the forest tha children begged ts
N» snowed to sea how &r they
eould climb up tha MIL" (*)
VETERAN CHIEF
! IS COMING HERE
Woodside Will Be Guest of
V. F. W.
Opt. Rflfcort a. Woodma*. of Wow
Tor*. national rhW of *l*ll. V*t*r
ana of Porotro War* of th* L'olUxl
win bo in (toattte for a eon
frronoo with th* aarvtc* m*n on Aat
urd*y, Ma; I.
Capt. Wondrtdo orgiJit—d Of f*
rnons "It**-* of th* M*mo" po*c with
« m*mb*rahlp of S.tM In FYane* and
r>rmany. It* la a T*t*ran of thrv*
war*. and took a prnmlnrnt part In
th* d*tlb*ratlon* b«for* ronsr*** r»
«*nlm« th* rrtormn# bonus WU.
Thoodotw iioo—ult po*t, No. 14,
will ft** * dinner at th* llotol
WuhlnrUm Mlt Katurday r**nln«.
In honor of Opt. Woodald*, Km
t»W who daalr* to *tt*nd *r* r»
Tn**tod I* oomtnttnl'*!* at onr* with
VTb. A. i"«)na*. chairman of th* ootn
mitt**, Main IW. All mwbtri ar*
r*qti*at«d to torn m»t at Knooovolt
hall Watur«t*y rr-nln* for th* r*o*p
Uon and *nt*rt*Jnm*nt «l**n In hon
or of Capt Woodatda.
■ ■■MM ■■■ ■
I v I I
I ■ ■ mm
I STARTS TODAY I
I In the beginning of the world Sex H
■ called to Sex, and the call was all- I
■ powerful—From then to our pres- I
I ent day it ha* ever been the same! H
■ —WITH— I
I LOUISE GLAUM I
■ IRVING CUMMINGS I
■ MYRTLE STEDMAN ■
.
I^H
I A LAVISH, ll
■ Clemmer Music startling ' ■
H LIBORIOUS HAUFTMAN, Director ENTERTAINMENT ■
■ EACH MEMBER A SOLO ARTIST ■
"Madame Butterfly" Puccini
[■■■— THE ACKNOWLEDGED BHH
STARTING HIT OF THE YEAR M
Today A irtory of the Royal Northwest Mounted Police, there HJ
in the Canadian Northwest fore Nts, where men may be Rood ■■
m or bad—but whatever they are they are strong. Another ■■
triumph for the author of "Hack to God's Country."
THRILLER THE NORTHLANDS .
IS^U' ||
I_ _—— ln thi * one MARSHALL NEILAN sweeps yon to ■■
the Frozen Northland on the edge of civilization, ■■
■ U and there unravels a story of adventure and a story
RIVERS END
Characters
LEWIS STONE
MARJORIE DAW '
JANE NOVAK
■siisiibii li
Seattle Pioneer
It Dead In Maine
Word hit* bMi iwilirt h«r» tram
North Armon. M*.. of tha iValh. fol
lowlnf an operation. of Mr* Mir*
liarry. wlfa of KYarwJ* p Barrjr. Mr
aad Mr*. Barry were ploeeen at tfaa
Hnivorslty district of this dty. bar
lt»* Mrad at ttlt Drat *r«. N. £.
from lttt »ntfj on* month a*o. 8h«
wmn CI jmri old anil ft member of
tbo D. A. It. tlvo th« Or pile and A J
pha clubs, of thla city.
LISTING ALL MDOU be
nwii 4 and ti j aai ■ an M *■**•
mentor* atartfof out Saturday to
compile Ota acbool tmamm ara «*-
pwted to return approximately 76.-
000 namra. Rut not aD In od« day.

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