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•• * H I IKTSSL. ( I™"*" I ' -™- fhMi „, H, Mr tlmtv. | ORCKESm / »"Remodeling Her Husband" Mail BARTELL I Sempre j ° rders } DRUG STORES Giovine kept VP to highest _ _ . __. t j; standard «//- KODAK f your shopping prob- Snap-shots at the time—thafs fun. » lem if you cannot • Mary gathering courage to dire (<hf reach our stores nfvrr did >- «* a»«afn/r rA*/ MB? Wli J pvnuiiiub j/ rfc - *>»©r* dinner, the youngsters . leniently. Ine building forU in the sand, and your a fwmpiMtion e»k« same service is af- fishing trip such pictures u ill th*t r»*iiy b«*uunw.*n<i forded you as if you make it seem as if it all happened -y f ih« »kin in ' a icere here in per- "just yesterday." ri *» r . hwithy condition. iust order • We have just the Kodak you 1 confusing about a Kodak and ' l po " l ' ,T '"' ,r W,M . aS th *" »re«evenU little a Brownie is even simpler. h * nn th ' most hurry. helps that we Kodaks *9.49 to *124.« T (1 would hke to show you as well. | I ntil rem/ recently ' Let os have your The Kodak "self-timer," for ex- Brownies „ $2.86 to $19.95 the price has 50c. \ order now. Send it ample, that presses the button Bring your films to us. We Kartell OQ today. for you and keeps the group develop and print in our own price now. OZ/C complete. There is nothing dark room. t_-u ■ - L A STAR Alarm Clocks A \7W nD A \ D We can T a complete line of Alarm Clocks /TjUOK £ /jlr Zl M lilr that you may rely upon. Plain and radium |L/J° r M M % face; from the small mantel clock to the large l"Y^\?J) For Home Treatment "Stl^Tind up . • .< V 7 ''-^ Your camp meals will he your trouble if you have a Stemo outfit along, also a woiTy Vibration is the drugless way, stirs up -aver if you have one at home these warm j sluggish circulation, agitates the cells and days. j immediately relieves headache, neuralgia, Stoves and Tea Kettle outfits in all sizes at j rheumatism and all muscular soreness. It »ur stores. All nickel-plated and made to stand j is the most dependable and sure way to lard usage. All outfits compact when not ] banish pain. Complete with cord and all use- I attachments, as shown in cut, $5.00. Priced at and up. j : Scalp Clinic At Our Wettlake and Pine St. Store > We now maintain a free Scalp Clinic, where all dis eases of the scalp can be properly treated. Scores of the most severe cases of all forms of scalp ' at our clinic. There is no charge and you will be under afflictions have been treated at the Hair Bitters clinic no obligation. This is a demonstration clinic for the and without one single instance of failure. purpose of demonstrating the remarkable powers of this If you suffer from scalp-eczema, dandruff, falling great guaranteed hair remedy. hair or any other form of non-blood-seated scalp trou- Keep this location in mind—Bartell Drug Store No. 6. ble, you are invited to present yourself for treatment Hours, 10 a. m. to sp. m. 6—BARTELL DRUG STORES LOCATED AT—6 f STORE NO. 1 | STORE NO. 2 STORE NO. 3 STORE NO. 4 STORE NO. 5 STORE NO. 6 1908 610 Second Ave. Firnt Avenue 5319 Ballard Second Avenue West lake Avenue Boren Ave. Near Alaska Bldg. at Pike Street Avenue at Union Street at Pine Street THE SEATTLE RTAK 89,285 Seaitleites • Are Real'Pie-F aces" "Pl*, pleaee " There «r» people In Heatfle every day who nay, "Pie, please." About 17.557 of them aay, "Appls pto." In other word* or figures almost on* third of Heat tle'a population eat* pie once a ilay Hi least. Of Miirw there nm mm* of the Jls,«f.J (pardon us for not making It 600,0001 population Vho tlx too younc to eat pin and there are other* who arn too old or too careful, no a urt-iit munr "pie faun" are eating Iwo crusted temptations several times la «k I In addition to the pirn served In public rutin* houses iinil Mill by professional Itokers, there are htin ilk-ilh (nuil* nn<l nilra at homes In Seattle CRKAM riK IS HI NNINO KK.rokd There ore 128,000 pled sold wiry W'-k by Heattle baker* and restau r*nts. The biggest demand tha year thru for any our Mm! la for apple pie. About one fifth of all the pies mad* and sold ar« of that variety. Prum pin crosses th* t*p»~~or tha counter —a close second for popular Ity, and raisin, mince and berry pin follow with almost equal demunfl Ryther Home Audit Shows $1,471 in Bank Kiddie* out at Mother Ryther'* home don't h«vr to be afraid of belnß thrown out Into a cold. cold world. The warm, generoua heart of the Be little puhllr provided the youngater* with a fine, new brick e*UU»llgtiment, furnl*he<| It comfortably and then purchaaed the property where It nland*. according to an audit of the year'a finance* made public Wed neaday. Mother Rytlirr'e new brick build ing coat Juat |(4."21. the real retale <-o*t $15.1*00 and the ftirnl«hlng» • ime to Groaa receipt* for the year from the doll ahow. Tha Htar unioker and other aourcna, reached the t105.27S mark There la a balance of 11.471 In f ivor of Mother tlyther In tha bank, and there are outatundlng note* ajr gregntlng 117.000. but then the klddlea are comfortable and happy In their new home, and know that they will be taken oar® of In tha future. Appendicitis Is Going Out of Style fOKTIANI). June Si.—Operation* for the removal of tha vermiform up. pendl* are going out of etyle. ao cording to rlewa expreaaed at the an. nual convention of tbe Oregon Rtate M"Ileal aaaoclatlon. Much that tuu> been railed appentflrltla In rerent >rar* (ii not that at all. but plain atnmach ache In varying degree* of Internety, according to tha phyitl clan* Police Seize Grapo Supply Tha car that O. A. Pettier, 13. and A. I. P.ichard*, 11. wera riding In Thurnday wu In police powwxrlon I'nday. r»ry aquad officer* a-Ited tha car and arreated the pair at H road way and Martin at. Thursday afternoon. jrhen they aay they found eight quart* of grnpo In the tonniwu. r-REX —I LAST TIMES TONIGHT I MITCHELL LEWIS I —IN— I "FOOLS COLD" I STARTING _I SATIRDAY ■ •* , Jtj ■**. . , H Rebecca of I Sunnybrook Farm" I STARRING I MARY I PICKFORD I —AND— I EUGENE O'BRIEN I ■ FROM THE STORY BY ■ KATE D. WIGGIN ■ The mm buy almost two ple« to l OTir- In rornparlaon with the WOtpen, j hut the women buy mora at lunch ] time. On the whola, mora pies are ■old for dinner than for lunch. Il»rry' plea arc In largest demand at noon j "Open fare" plea arn popular ut| lunch, and two crust plea sell fastest at dinner. Hurry pies ara eitremely popular Just now and more atrawberry plea lire made than apple, but on the year ly average, the apple pie holda Ita own at tho lop of the lilt. Mora berry pies are asked for Juat now than most bakers and eating houaea have at "hand. Mora plea are aold In the fall and winter than at any other mason; spring la tha slackest time In the pie business. Not much pie la eaten after dinner houra, but many orders fur stnglecruat plea come In be twi-en tha lunch and dinner hour Mimy men eut pie for breakfast, but almoat no women order pla that early. A gr<*it number of women eat pie before lunch, but not many men, Tho shipyard worker* were the beat pi# customers Keattla ever had, the restaurant people any. Many of them ate pis twine a day and almoat all of them at least once. More plea were made during their stay here than at any other time. In n>lte of the war and the sugnr shortage. Ilutteracotch plea arn the least In demand. but failure to have It causes the keenest disappointment. The sellers of this most eaten desaert say that about on» fifteenth of all their orders are for "pie and coffee, - * or for "pie and milk." and that all fc>«» attln eats "pie." 10-Cent Fare for Magnolia Busses Rtralght lOcent fare*, with free tranafer pri\liege*. will be granted to tl«e patron* of the Magnolia Bluff and ISlli are. R. W auto bu* line*. If the council a<*t« favorably on an ordinance re«*>mrnended for paamge by tbe utiiltlea committee Thursday. At the preaejit time the bua Une rider* pay S-cent fare on the bua and another 4-cent fare on the municipal railway. It la proposed to charge 10 cent* for a continuou* trip, with the right of free tranxfer to and from city atreet car" "DANDERINE" Stops Hair Coming Out; Doubles Its Beauty. After an application of Ttaadartaa" yoo as not fM a fallen hair er any dandruff, keel dee ewry hair afxrw* new Ufa, rigor, bright nam. mora color and thl< kn— Satisfactory Terms Always mm/mem.* m r pm£szm»niniMZ *•• * * ■*» MJGS Should Be Decorative as Well as Serviceable TITHITLE their function as a floor covering Is of <yy. first consideration, the unlimited possibilities of rugs in the decorative scheme of home furnishing makes iheir careful selection of great importance WHITTALL RUGS AND CARPETS Provide the touch of color and richness-which make for effective floor coverings. When-you contemplate buying rags to contribute "to the beauty and comfort of your home, we sincerely believe you will find it to your best interest to come and see our very comprehensive showing of WhittaU floor coverings. Present stocks include— ' "Whittall's Anglo-Persian"—the standard of American Royal Wiltons. "Whittall's Royal Worcester"—a worsted Wilton of great durability. "Whittall's Teprac"—an excellent all-wool Wilton. "Whittall's Peerless"—Body Brosse! Rugs with Wilton Designs. "Whittall's Oxford"—a plain colored Wil ton carpet in all the wanted shades. ■ »■'■»<« v . . <L. ICA. Victrola Any Home • • - TbU wonderful imtrnmetrt —a Victrola—makes it possible for every one to enjoy the b«st there is ia music and entertainment. » • * It brings the bpera, the concert and the Taude> ville stage within the reach of all—right into the home. * f Let ns put s Victrola into your home todfy^ $5 an Inch for Waist Line Over 30 Inches BOSTON, June Js.—There are to he tio more "perfect 3ts" anion* the Colgate university men In Boston. The decree has gone forth that >0 1* a sufficient circumference for any male with Colgate for alma mater. Henceforth all Colgate men lix'lng in Ro»ton are to be isjo«wd $5 for ev ery tyach their girth exceeds 30 inches. Harvard is wondering whether this Is a beginning on the part of Colgate to establish a stand ard of pulchritude among university men. FINE PHOTOGRAPHS SPECIALLY PRICED An n/\ ONE DOZEN Nicely BnWwd and uimmtoa Tn mnt fotderm. In « ■tyl* and him you will appreciate. This ia a BONA FIDE OFFER for a limited timo. Present This Notice With $3.00 At Time of Sitting Tli» established reputation of JAMKS A MKKRIHKW - for tnajtfnr the Finent Quality /! Photographic m Portrait* is back of this ofTac, 0' Km Second at Pike Seattle / m Deposit at Studio will entitle I M f sitting at later date. yj B—4-SI-M PAGE 3 A Watch Repaired by Jones Is Always Right Telephone Elliott 26*7 IM9 FOURTH AVEMJB CHARLES SCHWARTZ Optometrist atid Mfg. Optician Eye* BimlsH ni ni««»w FtttM Prices Reasonable. UT Kpler Blk. M 3 9rr«ail A»P. W- Phone Main 2541.