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EMPRESS UNIVERSAL PIPELESS FURNACE— —pajni for itself by the aavbi of you cannot malm a mistake by Installing this furnace in your home became it is manufactured to fit the weather conditions of the Northwest, especially of Puget Sound. CM , fateirer r colo Am i SSSSSm] f m> iw "** P""— ,tri —H IW> MCM rctfi fmm « i ruMwrnl mmmu k. [iwniMwj mr«i\Miai [M«■"""IP -0* EMPRESS UNIVERSAL pipekna ftamaoe am be installed la any home without catting walk, etc.; only one register in the floor is required. T*""g it easy and economical to install; It rrves perfect air radiation with circulation. and keeps the air motet, pare and warm; this means good health. n —kn**HtmiS i i nmcs MI. Thit Book Free *u» rmt *** afirßiitii rtu 40. OVERCOATS <52/1.751 . Kaincoau yMI/= Smart models in For Men Regular $35 Values medium and 4OO Overcoats left over heavy-w*ight from last year • will be OVERCOATS * closed out at this very low .» _ • # i__ t Full of price. Very substantial FALL HATS I makes, good wooleni, as-1 maan tarings sure long wear. I FALL OPENING Men's Suits $28.75, $38.75,' $48.75 A wonderful line of Suits in all the weaves and colors favored for Fall and Winter wear. These prices will save you money. Young Men*! Suits $28.75 —Season's Smartest Styles sls= Uule Two Pairs Trousers O L Just the kind of Suits for the school boy. Good weights, in all the popular WLffliilQv) colors. Extra pair of trousers give 3 v puffljlMy/ double wear to suit. jSSSn^KW/ BOYS' MACKINAWS ironclad All Wool, $lO.OO Stockings, All-Wool Sweaters . .SIO.OO Complete line for boys in all Hats and Caps er Suits^°°' the school colors. f 1.50 $15.65 SHAFER BROS. Seattle's Largest Second and University Whole Block Clothiers First and University Long 150 SAWBONES TO MEET HERE Northwest Surgeons Con vene Next Week I Op«n meeting. for tte publlo will rnatnr* the flrat annual clinical con pre*. of the Washington eeetion of the American Oollrg* of Rurswo*. lo be held here Monday. Tuetetny anil Wrdneadny of next twk. More than U® aurgeona are expected from all pari I of the Northweet unit illtivlrl dm tnrn In the profwlon thruout the country Will addreaa the body. following each lecture cllncla will ho held In the varloua hnepiula In ttoattla. and modern aurgical ineth mil demon" tr*te<| In arliitl openi Don*, llono aurgery and treatment of goitre by aurgery are two Import ant euhjaou to be taken up by the congreaa. Headquarter* will bo opened at the N»w Waahlngtnn hotel. Monday will Include rngleU atlon of gueate and the unninl banquet at the Henttle Yacht club In lb* evening A public meet Ins will bo hold in tha Artado build Inf Tuesday at which Dr. Park Week Willi., general chairman of Lha oongrea*. will prealda riorornor llart will a peak In wal.fwie. Thr work and organisation of tha Amrr Imn College of Hurgeona will bo ax plained In dealt at Ulla meeting Treatment of ulcer and cancer will he taken up at the meeting M the Now Witaliinst»n Tu»-»day gvenlng and dinner at tb« HaJnler club will follow. Ab-pfcwna are Wn( um4 *nr tit* Teiaa cotton field* to spot tho pink boll weorU. Puget Sound Loyal Orange Lodge, 160 Meet* regular ty In A wedlah Clob Hall »lb a*a at Olive »u on :od and 41b Haturdoya. at • p nv Next regular meeting tomorrow. OepL llth All Orangemen cordially mvlted, vleltnre eapwially. You Save Bj Trading at die Butler Drug Co. HERE'S HOW— noaArirh l<Jt No. It FwuXjUh ....|1tß0 jOe UouaohuM Rubbor Gtor'o , 814 I<|! Hub Hot W»t»r TV*tlo 11.00 Horll'-k • MaJUKJ Utlk .TV# lie Ciitwto «•.««« toe Cmt Syrup of rip 4T# 2ik rhtouULS W*T*r» 22# FT* Lima WK«r Brtif Iw At— U yoa llf* mrt (t Dm city 1 WW h*v» * mall ardor 4op*rt iD«nt ttiAt <-*n potto y>u »»U. | Butler Drug Co. J. r. CHASE. CHEMIST l—l •> J«w» St. KUioU U THE SEATTLE STATI Star Story Saves Lost Filipino Boys From Life of Woe Three Filipino boya ara happy to day for the first time In many weeka and are willing to leatlfy to tha pull ing power of tha graat Atneriueji pram They axe Eugenio Rojas and Faus tlno Rojaa, and Utnir boon fi land, Joaquin Jocson Panama or a few Bnea In a tat* adiilon of The Hlar, Tuesday night, aaylng they wera being aouglit by an uncle of the two brotjiere. they will no longer have to ln the wii.de and In a restaurant kitchen, where thry hava bean trying to aarn a living. Kuk>#ilo and Fauirtlno are nephawa of Numerano Itojaa. who la a gov ernment atudent, all hla enpenae* to attend acbiiol at Mlnnaapolla lieirtg liaid by tha rhlllpplne government. Numerano thotight It would tx. a good Uilng for hla nephewa and tltalr friend to aee tha I'nlted Malta. Rut Nine* they were not fovemmrnt atu dent*, they could not tiaval at the xxpenaa of tha government. Tit* uricle came to Amnrlca on the tranaport Logan, which landed him at Man Franclaoo The three boya. on lha other hand. Journeyed Uilther on a tramp ateemer, which brought thetrt to Seattle and left llietn her*, t'rtk*. In a atrang* land and Willi no way of learning where their uncle waa. That waa three weeka ago. They could go no fkrthor. Ho they 411 what many othara hav* dona und*r auch elr< umatancra Thay went to •Wk. Kugwnlo b*oam* a towly djahwaeh m at the l»tt»a cafa, en Fika. be. tween Third and Fourth. Ilia bn>th»r ano friend tolled In the wood* at ralta City. The uncla, arriving at lOnnaapo- Ua alerted aearoh for Ut* mUwing boya. ll* eent a t.legram to Fellg Safety First! s=s=saßs=s=s Provide for Your Future Buy $6 Land While Yon Can! You man with moderate mean* can secure 40 or 80 acres of this splendid soil if you but wilL It Will Be Irrigated Any one with any foresight can ace the future of this Klickitat project; it's in Yakima and Ben ton counties. Lies close alongside of land worth up into the thousands per acre. If you buy now, ahead of the building of the ditch, there is every reason to believe that in a faw short years you arili be able to quit the city and ewa a paid up ranch for alfalfa, com or fruit over in God's country, whero sunshine, water, good soil and a central location for market—half way between Spokane and the Coast—will insure your old age against want You must realize that a vast tract of land like this project ia not *T>ing to lie idle. Hie plana for this project are well under way—surveys are complete, water from a great river appropriated, and the supreme court of the state has passed on the validity of these lands. Last week the Seattle office of this company was allotted several thousand acres of the 7,000 acres controlled by the Central Yakima Ranches Co. Another part of the 7.000 acrea wu to be sold through the Spokane and Portland Aices of the company, but owing to the fact that the Seattle and Tacoma offices of this company* closed out their allotments so quickly, the company has con sented that the balance of the tract be placed through the Seattle office. So make your selection now—it will soon be sold. Don't look back with regret Prices will be advanced in a few days. % There are lots of reasons and points we would like to explain to you, but newspaper apace coata money, so come into our office for facta. For Sale by CENTRAL YAKIMA RANCHES CO. 1014 THIRD AVENUE, SEATTLE. Principal OfflcvwPro«wM-. WwK Tho principal* of this coin pun? Hat* been man? pm to Bralim county. , Both Man and His Money Must Work if he is to jjet anywhere. He must work to get money and then must let that money work in order to have more than to satisfy immediate needs. Let us put your money to work through oif Saving* Department, or invest it in Seattle local improvement bonds. THE NATIONAL CITY BANK OF SEATTLE Second at Marion Tlongeon, who llrae at 4STI Ninth av* N. H. Ahd Tlongaon turned It over to tha poitr*. And tha bright young mnn who repnrta police happen Intra for Tha Hlar wrote a lit!la atory about It. Tliat night a man ahowd Kugenlo. tha realaurant dlah drudtca, the paper. Kug*nlo dropped a couple of dlghr* In hla eiritomatit. Tha next tilling ha did «»« to report to tha police. And elnce the bora are art Ml broke, the polio* have paJd for a telegram to the uncle, t"Ulnar lilm tha boya her* boen found. Wherefore Kugwnln and Faurtlno Itojaa and Joaquin Joealn rejoloa aa they make preparattona to aea Amer l«m aa beflla Filipino* of their ata. lion. They wilt tell you that It paya to advertise In American dalliaa. Women Should Be Less Seen and Less Heard IjONPON. Kapt 10 —Dr. Joatah Olrtfl*l<t. wallVndlm phyalrlan. aald women ahould M leaa e**n and leaa heard. "To me there la a great rtak and a greater pity In women attempting to carry a nmn'a burden In addition to their own private llfe'a golden halo," ha Bald. "It la fI»M that h#- Uat year tha ratio of atil <ld*e a* falwem women and men haa rlaen from ona woman to threa mm to one of two. there fore. nvKjam married Ufa la to be I •tamed" A woman* aectiiity, peace and happlneae lla In wife hood. motherhood and bomehood, ha aald. llah langvaga. Harding It Resting After Hit Excursion MAIItoN, Ohio. Hept. it,—on the front porch aft*r hi* flr»t epe«k- Ing neural on. Warren O. Hurdlng planned to r«»t and oatcb up on hia mail today. ll* will rereir* (wo drlegattnna of negro HerUate and may apeak brief Ijr to them. Oeneral IVrahlng who oam« from Chi. ago with !<• nitnr llar.llng, planned 10 go to Waahln* ton today ll* an til no polttlnei aig nlflcanoe wtn atiachr<i to hi* vlalt with th* republican nomine*. " Tha largnat private fortune In the t'nlted Htatea. eatlmat'd at 11,000.. 000 000, la equivalent to the aggre gate wealth of 2,i00.0#0 of tlioae •'laaaed "poor." dm. j. n. atsnrov Free Examination BEST $2.60 GLASSES on Earth Wa are one of tha few optical otorea In tha Northwral that really grind lanaea from atari to f lotah. a»d wa are th* oaly one la •■atti.k—o* rmrr atk Eiaininau a free, by graduate e»- teoiatrtat. Ulaeaaa not praeerlaed valeae abaolutaly aeoeaaafy- BINYON OPTICAL CO. iii« niiT ava. Mweta Ifrtai asd *ta»Mi r>*e. Mela IM*. Have Your Teeth X-Rayed It May Rttilt in Greatly Improved Health for Yob If your health is not just what it should bo, if you are suffering with some trouble which does not seem to respond to ordinary treatment the way it should, it is entirely U . possible that the whole trouble may rest in £ your teeth. » f; /_ f Free! Free! i We will X-Rav your teeth each morning \ between the hours of 9'a. m. and 10:30 a. i« > m., without cost or obligation to you. We \ have a complete and up-to-date X-Ray ma chine and we aire obtaining results with it which are very gratifving both to ourselves and our patients. All we ask is that you <j will come as early in the morning as pos- Teeth which become abscessed around the roots are now known by the medical and den tal professions to often cause very serious ail- ments. dr. l. it clark Tiny pus sacs form Ground fhe " So if you have any teeth of which roots of the infected tooth. These you are at all suspicious you will do pus sacs give off a continual stream well indeed to have your teetH X of poison which is absorbed into the Rayed. And since it costs you noth system. It usually attacks the weak- ing to have the work done here, est spot it can find. Sometimes it there is no real excuse why you may be the stomach and digestive should longer delay having this most organs, again it may be the eye or important work looked after. ear or throat, or even the spine. l n addition to this service this of- Manv cases of so-called "rheunia- fice offers you the very highest type tism are undoubtedly caused by ab- 0 f dental service. scessed teeth. When the poisons con- r .-j.... _• . - , ... create in a muscle or joint, the ho „ "?„ St tr?u acnt, % pain, swelling and inflammation rrr ,fv„ m , ."li Ji? which follow have ordinarily been ha .fc B| *£ gSTiS "and dentai J front °* denta? chair. science now knows that you have to ==ss=======s==s— —zs==Jk look to the roots of the teeth very | ™ often to get at the real root of the BEST OF MATERIALS. diseased condition. REASONABLE PRICES. Needless to say, taking medicine PAINLESS METHODS. for a disease which is really caused | AXT Tr ,„ XT _ T . _ by an abscessed tooth, can only re- ' IRONCLAI) GUARANTEE suit in temporary relief at the best I! SATISFACTION WITH ALL The X-Ray has done wonderful i work in disclosing abscessed teeth, j An X-Ray picture, properly taken, I == will soon disclose the broken-down rnrr rvAuiiuiT./«, tissue caused by the abscessed con- *'~ tAAMINA TION dition. Having determined the ex- We will gladly, in addition to act location of the trouble the expert X-Raying your teeth, give your month dentist is then in a position to go _ . . . . ahead and cure the aiseased condi- I * examination, and tell you ' tion and do it so it will be perma- frankly juat what you may or may not nent. ji need in the way of dental aerrice. THE REGAL DENTAL OFFICES DR. L. R. CLARK, Manager 4 1405 Third Avenue N. W. Corner Third and Union In Snry Rtipni Ncatd*'* Lwdhii Dentists Diagonally Acraas the llntt From the Pottofflc*. Be Sure to M to ft* Right Plms LADY ATTENDANTS ON DUTY AT ALL TIMESL WETTEST TOWN IS ALICE, TEXAS Armed Mexicans Bring Booze Across Rio Grande AUrn, Tei , Be,,t. 19 Here'a the wattaa' town of Ita »ta> In the T*. R. A. "Th»r«'ii enough liquor romea Into thla town •very nlicM to aupply a pollllrul ronvenMon*" That'* t'na torn Officer K. Ootulla'a report on Ihla town of AHoa. Ha admits ha can't chn k Imoza running and liooxe aallltic. Kvary night from 20 to •!) armed 1 Seattle Community School | | for Music Study | jj£ Second Annual Announcement 1920-1921 5 y T> :.l "" 1 i flaaaea will ke arftaM mm (•■ban J ■a t . (■* 4? < •-*»» i— 2 ft- -' -.01 L..:. TTI —n*aeay. in. ltta, mt x 5 i§Bfc'« 4»CI T<4» p. aa. n -V CI.AS* tmwjt. ±' 1 ( OIDI'CTIIIU AHn B.MWT- □ ARC HAIMOSIT-TiiMfc*, •*" ± ff V-'XJii •- > i te«Ww 14, I»»e. at Trta P- aa. £l 7, faCL.' mnaur tiawibo cxas*—• x >-£ ' lae.eay, irfttaikri It >»* X a- »• n • V Arrangements tnt Votea. Ytolla + ,U '# and Piano work. alaa prt'ata work rj } (or Iradrrablp. can be made with the + 2 dlreetor. O i» TIIK riMT tiw»_w WWLKM TO ± V % ■ RtmraoDT V 5 A * r*pert eounaal re«ardla* TWO* 3j i± Kl • 1 Muatca.l a—da free Twenty-flra y«*«re' For furthor |i* X g Hawaii Uaac, Ulrwtaf formation. caU. or write, X 5 Graduates of last year's class now offered some of ± 5 the best positions, and colli are beyond our supply ± 1 SeattleCommimity School forMutic Study | 4th At Mo Ca A.—Main 5208 9 mrnAT, I*. m*. "Too Old at Fifty," Woman Shoot* Self on Huftband'* Grave nr.W TOBK. i«pt !•.—Lee*l«»* a nf)tn to Mr dajfli^ l t*r to which ah* wrote ah* would hill heraalf. "ae theae day don t want bothered with old folk*," Mrs. A«aUia Klaeert, M yaara old, went to a r«tn»t»ry and •hot h'-rMlf te.dtath at htr hua hand'a *r*ve. Me*loana ford the Tilo Orande In* lnu> Ttxaa IfUloni of hard liquor wiiiuh la diatrlbutod to America* iKjotleggera. ... "I want a whole armj wit n rhlne rtme and tanks." aara_Cotullfc "They're too many for me "