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FIRE COP AS TAKER OF BRIBE Asked $lO to Release Man and Woman. Chief Searing Says F®r tha allarad acoaptanoa of It# tor the ralrnna of a man and woman ha had arraatad, Patrolman E. P. Berry *«« dtamlaaad from tha poller foroa by Chief W H Searing Thum day night Bmy «w aaen to taka j tha money by othar pollearaan, <tha ! evldtni'f ahowa. After thr man had raportad to the ahtaf hi* arra«t by Barry and tha officer • »!lru«M off.-r to take a bribe, tha chief told tha man to make a data with Brrrv and eWa htm the money. Whan Barry t» alleged to have accepted tha brtha. a police captain a liautanant and aavarul pa trolmpn wltnaaaad tha exchanga from biding plaraa. It ta aald. Barry ia aaid «o hare •iniiwd tha ■Mtn and woman of diaordarly «>n *UCt when ha firm arreated tham Ffttrotm.m K E. Hugo awalated Barry In tha arreat and la uid to hava con •WUM to tha relaaae Ma waa aua pandr ! for JO day* be tha chief liiat | night for hla part In tha transaction Hugo <ttd not acoapt a brtba. Charge Liquor Sales in Chicago Hotel CHICAGO. Sept. 10—Notice Iran eerved on official* of the Auditorium hotel. one of Chicago's biggest hostel rlea, today, tlfmanitinK an ex plana Won of the alleged ule of liquor In th» hotel's ptrrrl room by ■ porter The notice «u sent by Assistant 7—BARTELL DRUG STORES—7 r SBartell Drugs are Quality at its finest — ~/T"\ jjyou need not go out of your way to reach a /savcM Bartell Store-—Seven Seattle Stores, all con- Iveniently located. Established over a quarter S#H Gonuini \of a century ago and still growing, a record ■ ■ yhat speaks for itself. Next time go to BprtclVs. DBy§J*TßDl6t3 BARTELL* CANDIES AspiHn "Bit* of Dainty Sweets" Our Candle* are mad* fre*h and delivered freah lo earh store • . , ... . dally. The greatest «are I* taken and nothing left out. Tour taata ACCtpt 110 fIUPStItUtCS Pompelan Fragrance fa fair); <*r sweet* la wholly aatisfVd whan you get kartell Chocolates or ttaid when yOU want genuine Ha deiirbtfui perfume win greet Camiiea. Aspirin. There i» only one you with all the blended odora of Our prices are lowest—the quality highest. Too cannot Judge a, mr i n nnH it hna the ! a rare bouquet; In novelty boxes. them by prlesr. Take a box home tonight. BHE knowa food Chooo- ' * _ , i. latea and will appreciate them. By oomptrlnf pete* and quality with W"® Mayer On eaCH Cap- Pompetan Beauty Powder It Can rile* elsewhere you wiH see that you are Shrad by buying Candle* fltlle OF tablet. When )'OU M '" r P " ,r *' get it at Rartell's you are and adda the charm of deMcat* Assorted chews—the higrest 40e worth In every pound. . rf u box SO# Fruit and Nut Chocolate.. an a-ortment of dipped fruit and nuta. * UrC 01 "J. Pom Mian n.v rv-am '»> *>" •«•»» 00 ° thcr - Day Cream (vanieh- Chocolate Caramela. lb 75* iL* \"°fV n * " k,n * nd I'Minut chew*, ib no# For quick relief of colds, Honey Nougat, m T»# neuralgia or headache, the Fotn pe lan Massage Cream, a Jar Hipped Marahmallows. Ib 75# and 85# thing to take 18 Aspirin. 4B#, 73#, 98# Mint Wafers, lb 75# * 1 Chocolate Krult Paate, lb 75# r> f\ A nn Pom pe lan Night Cream; brings Our Cream Center* are true fruit flavor*. Bold in faoty box or *'OX 01 1 (10Z. • beauty while you deep: after a hulk. Once you try them no other will do. trip by train or motor uae it to Jordan Almond*. Ih 75# BOX of 2 doz. ... M .. .«!*»<* cleanse the pore* of all duat Mr We rarry a full line of alt package and bar goods, 5# to and 75# 15# each. Bottle of 100 , , ...*1.25 f _ Dr. Tyrrell's J. B. L Cascade Free Hair-Bitters Clinic .Fountain Syringe j I tf you are troubled with any scalp disease, falling hair, dan j f \ Positively the only device of IU kind that thoroughly eradicate* druff or oth * r Irritation, you ahould con*ult our dem an wa*<e from the *y*tem. In the treatment of conatlpatlon ll* on*lrator at Store No. «, Wratlake and Pine A free application I uae la recommended. Outfit made of l**t quality pure rubber and to ahow It* wonderful power* In freeing the hair and acalp of any f »" neeeaaary atUchmenta. Uteiatur* explaining Ita ui»e and un.lghtly or other .calif trouble* | benefit*. t .Price complete 812.00 Hour* 10 to S, Kxcept dundnjr t ">■ _ n.. —l_ —l_ L ~ _ —l_ ~i_ ~l_ ~u~L ~ ~l_ ~l_~ .~L ~i_ ~ _ ~i_ ~l_ ~u~i_ - ~u~_ ~|_ ~li. ~i_ i ~i_ l_ i_ . * YourKnrlalt ™ Camp*. Physiological Belts and CAA\P 1 UIII IVUUaIi The Abdominal Supporters WC OTVIOVa C £ I 1 For correcting all deformities of the atom- u dSlfe ar h—strengthens the back and tend* to pro | a » mote good sound health. Ar N ialltlSGD" Men'* s'o. I—Ventll»ted material, one »trap on each J '° r m,d ' »lrong and durable. .84.00 t' ,/f \ \ tIC Men's No. " Ram* aa one de*rrlbed above; made I I Men'* No. 3 F.ntra wide and strong; ventilated mv , * r ( U,: (wo *' r ap« on each rtile, adjustable top and / W&zfd We also carry a line fthoulder Rraces for men. cap- L |° &,C -wi women and children. Prlccd at 75# and up ® ™ "w'-.L w.»h.v.. M 99 Thermo* and Universal Bottles, and wo know a Kodak will answer f _J|| If its Cf/% the purpose. ItffiltgffWffll rVIl», C*lCe The Joy* of Kodaking are unlimlt- II Universal l.unch Kit—black metAl Universal Vacuum Food .I*r: hrnss ed. If* a .port you may enjoy 12 |l case pint bottle and slldln K liinch shell. n icke|- P Uted; pints.. 85.00 »>—**:*•. II container, complete, 84.25; full Thermos Corrugutetl Pint Hot months each year. The cost I* really fr. ""-fe" nickel corrugated 1-plnt Unl tlrs * 81.00 *• small when you consider It* many BrHMMKI versal SO Thermos Plain Nickel i'lnt iu.t way* of use. Come to our atore and |S r I 'ye ties 81.KO we'll explain. nlversal 1 quart Vacuum Rottle, Thermos Pints (green) 82.25 brown ennmel shell, aluminum Universal Pint (nickel) Hot. Kodak to 8124.48 Silik'^K'ffltfllßSß CU " • houk,er 84.50 tlrs sl.Ort Brownies 82.86 to 819.95 I ; n „JY e T 7n^ ae T p ]'H' l^ k .?f Uv t^ Ml I est grade finishing—that's the kind T.lsterlne will heal ® ThCVTYIOS I roducts HottlcS, t lllcTS, we do. and do It ourselves In our thoroughly but not tiK> i Lunch Kits, ctc. own ilark room. quickly cuts, bruises, } etc.; after shaving to) ir " B t-. »• » » . , Make our store your Kodak head- protect tender nkln, ( H rOT piCniCH Or OUtWffS Of Clliy hiIHI tll(']/ quarters and be posted on every. men will find It toothing I arc indispensable for f\CCpin(f food 6nd thing new in photography. """ u " uu "" H liquids in a sanitary and proper condition. f When you want a Fountain Pen Sol '' 4 B * see our line first, waterman*, Conk- 12#, 22#, 42#, I Campbell Carrying Cases protect carrier and lins or Hheaffers, aii standard make*. 79# ■ contents. Individual and double carriers. I'ig- Priced 82.59 up. J EZTz3P skin and walrus. Priced at and up. 7 Bartell Seven Drug Stores Located at 7 Blore No. 1: j Ntorc So. t: I Store No. 3 I Htore No. 4: I Wore No. 5: I HI ore No. A: | Ntore Vo 7. ! IMMt Horen 610 S«cond Ave. First Ave. and | 5340 Hecoml Ave. and Wcsllnke Ave. and I Klflli \ve iiul A»e. \ Sear Alaska ISldf. | I'lke St. j Ballard Are. | Inlon St. | Pine St. | pike St. MRS. M'SWINEY AND ARCHBISHOP AT PRISON Mm. Terrence MacSwiney, wife of the Sinn Fein lord mayor of Cork, and Archbiaho Mannix, leaving Brixton priaon, uhere MacSwiney is tloWly dying from a hunger atriki Cnlted State, Attorney John Kelly } Vho declared unlr«* a satisfactory explanation was gum ho would lake the matter Into the federal <x>urt ami ask for an order the hotel, lie' also Mated h^Pould I prosecute ihem for violation of the I prohibition law if they failed to ex plain antlafartorlly. Tho I niled -tia.ee haa 1U.U3.7M acreMof national fore»ta* THE SEATTLE STAR TEN noi.l.lKK NKKDISD Mr*, nniham—Thr doctor w«m» to try th« "X" rrnyn. Itrrihum llr will h«v» to wiilt on 111 | nIM th# "X."—IX-trolt N>w» K. C. Ex-Service School Reopens The Knight* of Columhua evanln* jm hool for tx4«rvlc« men bu r#» opened for the full term, Tha enrollment for the flrsit nlirht wnr 450. There wru al»o nix e*» i aervlca women to Join tha achool thla j vesr Wm. J. Hmith If* the row prlri olpal. Th* achool e*pect* to have an an« rollment of 1,600 to t,600 within the | rttftt 10 day*. Hubject* tnutfht *»•» it* follows: Account I nic. auto ma i t hanlc*. vulcanising, acetylena weld Inf. bualne** arithmetic, bookkaep- I In*, mile*rnan*hlp,-advertl*ln*. < ltl men* hi p. alectrlr wirirnr. elementary 1 couraa, commercial liyv. builntwi K'n*il«h, KntrlUh irramrnnr, Knfllah composition, French, Rpanl*h. abort . hand. lumber ln*pectlon, mimic, pen mun*lvlp and a pel I In*, public apeak* Inf. mathematics, A alacbm. ft *rojn yVßou^fdlyouthwid^. « >, Sc'cond Avenue at Pike —===== * * rin.4 Attractive Coats ' Eoys ' and Girls ' TMmHU ■ S?? Slble , § m $85.00 A' —The Two Coats Sketched—Chosen . Him Iro* to Croup ..MM* . S »e"fd r\ 411 . i„ : _ i of solid oak tanned leather. Sizes IjlEMt h \ At the left is a novel.C oat of taupe jj to 13', '■>, priced $6.00; sizes Ito \ii _ ltfi M \ crystal tone, featuring a cape ef- _ • . -. 7 00 LryLA feet, and trimmed with self-cov- 6 ' pnced * 7UW * UH jm T 2 cr, ' d «"«*"■*• Bo>V Sh— of brown leather on n* ®p( ■/•W At the right is a wrappy Coat of Munson "Army" last, in blucher French blue chamaatyne, with its styles. Sizes 11 to 13Vfc, priced I ■% v voluminous collar and unbelted $6.50; sizes Ito 6, priced $7.50. u ■» f" back trimmed with Btitchings. ri J. «j IP', I Hoy*' Dress Shorn of dull black 3 41 111 m CHhw Coat. »r«>n Kju.iir «m»rt calfskin, with broad toes and welt £ H | 111 " n *7 l "!,. lh * new r " b '° Q ed soles. Sizes 10»/ s to 13>4, tt 1 H lIR m «-o »nc • o ■ priced $6.50; on English last, sizes i m li- nr 110 6 ' priced ~... I*l I II 'I \>!r»ur. I'Mchblnfim. \>l<lvn». „ ... , . , , Illnf < lllfrM, ] Crr.tmiton., uoidi«n». Uuvei d« Uaint. Trot-Moe" Shoes for girls and l» J\ |fl \JV Hp lj Boiivta " boys, designed to give comfort The Colors: and support required for growing W 7 V Ku.how biu». copp*r. Rmnw, t«up* c<>- feet, and made of Indian tanned n' B l,unt#r '" or»*n. n*m<wr. Brown* pearl and brown moosehide, with M\ fx \ rw, Il G r dyear w welted soles. Sizes 7 to 11 (spring ™ " heels), priced $6.00 a pair; sizee T # - __ _ llVi to 2 (low heels), priced $7.00 Voguish Millinery Modes v priced $7.50 a pair). $lO.OO $15.00 $18.50 # "Trot-Moc" Shoes for growing Shown In the sketch are three . j T *i__ ° n ? ngli f h ' last J haU ranging in price from $lO.OO . kiWggfcw 1 ?. J ex wel . ted soles »nd «tht/sf'- of ,hc Wmm. ESPJzitiSSB. % w variety at theae pneea. widths A to C; priced »10.50 a A—A tam of lustrous l>lack panne 14 v P a ' r * velvet has rows of shiiTing and a * »i»*D««B»n-»«»iiiwick. ruth ri*n long tassel of bljick chenille for 3 its only trimmings. Price $lO.OO. yK B—Rows and rows of brown bunt ttti ni ttt» ostrich face the brim of the 1 1 1 LaJtolfc HO II vVITI smart hat of brown panne velvet, 1 "* with its panneled crown- Price ( \V rIASf jV —^ $15.00. _ i the r nze C—This hat of vivid blue Lyons vel- I " IBk a vet has a fluted brim, with its !'• " \sOflt€St facing tilmmed in chenille em- J , sf for broidery and wooden l>eads in C r» i :opper. Price $18.50. Boys and Girls Other new hats at these prices are equally becoming and attractive— of Grammar School Age fashioned of duvetvn and taffeta, and combined materials, and trimmed .. . , with smart touches of ribbon, embroidery and feathers. . r * story about your vaca tion—the very best fun you had (not over 300 words), and Girls' and Misses' Hats bring " For the girl of eight and the suMebutante. there are hats equally as „ , D , . 'mart as those of her older sisters, with the added charm of youth- J Jor DOyS—s Jor (jririS fulness. Soft tarns, touched with color by means of a novelty ribbon— r „_,„ p„,. c . n „ A n sailors, with soft brims faced with colored duvetyn, or trimmed with l gay flowers—and hats of leaver, in browns and blues and black, and S,it R ik 3 1 ill Jt! s2 2 ,s oBtrea,neri ° f hCIVy PrmS,a ' aln ribb ° n - PliCeS ranpe details. Contest closes Septem -10 JU * —XaclMaaall-SMtkwlek. Hwl n..r be,- 18. . Boys' Two- , Knicker Suits Jfawk Boys ' and Girls ' $15.00 - fflyilf© Stockings Sturdy, durable suits of wool cas- "WjPjINL Bovs' and Girls' Lisle Stockings— simeros well made and comfort- "Wayne-Knit" make, with double j j . m . rriaunish stylos, knees, heels and toes; shown in with joked backs, inverted plaits, « ' white, tan and Cordovan. Sizes 6 and slash and patch pockets. £A to 7«4, priced 75c; sizes 8 to 10, ! n,ckers - thosc priced 85c. suits will "double" their wear. » ?o,r a and ■ ■ ' s? 58 ' r °"?, n ln "r/ With one pair or Kni c ko r » ,11.00. I I 'E b« J V Sizes fi to 7' o, priced 75c; sizes 8 i _ . Qr-V to lO'/a, priced 85c. Corduroy Suits, $lO.OO New Caps and Hats m L X e Bny* llkr I lifwo Knit* r,f forrttinvy becAUM N<"w C*p« In n wide variety of color com- ble heels aild tOOS ; shown in black lh<-y ""tiirid the woar." Made In rnodn bln«tlon«. In plHld*. choi k* and hFathcn. and Cordovan • silP« fi fn in Hlmdc. U„y do not .how the Mil quU-Kly. Six*. to 7%, I'rlted $1.50 to $3.50. ' ' P and the inped aeama «re protection acalnut .. . . , , ~ , , • rinnitiir Pcmi. .... , . i Hata In mushroom atylea in black, blown lirltK »nd IrotiKi'i ■ '| W i,' , " ,d and blue velvtt »nd velour; alno smart polo „ , Hl/.e 7to 17 ywirs C "* l - hatH of blaok and brown velvet and gray Boys and Girls Cotton Stockings, ciiinciiiiu. sizes #Hi to 7. rnoed $1.50 "Buster Brown" make, with dou • to $3.50. I,] e heels and toes; shown in black New only; sizes 7 to 9U. priced 6ic; o*lo no ' New Overcoats la^L^c 11 '-' pnced 75c; size »>IU.UU n , K roomy Coatl< ln Btyl „ UB smßl . t „„ prlced Bjc - A rral Boya' Coat In thf Mackinaw, with "hlg 1 hrothcr'a," with belta at the hack, bltf Hh roomy nhotildrra and nl« t vc*. Ina roll buttona and pockcts nutdo of Milton Boys* und Gil'ls' Thr6B Quflltd <'«»!|ar, and mannlnh hrj» ami pockcta. cloth, and worateda, and lined Length I isiln in vi-hifo uifk The new mode! at $lO.OO In made of warm with wool plaid. Shown In i.li.e, gray. ' j *!' ? YI ' Milton clot ha, In a variety of dark plaid brown and mlxtur e„ Sl.ica SH to 18 year.: van-colored tops Incomplete sizes, comhlniitionp. Hlm. 2«. 3;i and 114. PrlOM $l?, 50 to $30.00. » lICCd .lOc and 7.» C. —Maellouaall-Saulhwlrl.. Third Flnor. Marltouuull-lluuikwlrk, Third Plm MaeUanaall-KaMthwlek, Street Klaar Mrs. Jones Here in Behalf of Contest Mrs. elizabeth Jones, of everett, for republican nomi nation for state superintendent of public instruction, wua In Heattle Tliui f*la> in tha infereata of har (tin palirn. Mr* .loo# m lium I»«*#*n a reaj dsn! of Wnahinirion for 2# yn»r», und turn l«e**n «4n •duoalor for moat of that parh»d BRTTICK TIIKN THAN NKVKR Brown—lt la never too lat* to mend. Towns- Rut that la no reiuion why a fellow ahould wm It until he'a dead broke Cartoon* M iK't/ine, 'try, C? trigonometry, mochanleal drawing, radio telegraphy, typing, roipmercial art or ahow-card wilting, telegraphy. Discover Mystery in Lake Chelan Cabin WENATCHEE * H«pt. JO. blood blackened bed and furnlturf* ami torn portion* of women's garments found In a dwwrtfd mbln n»ar Chelan yewtertlay, are helriK Invea tißMte«i |»y Sheriff McManus h«r< Mrs. Frances Springton, t/wmr of the caMn, Im b»-irnf aoij^cht. Skids Greased for Harding, Says Butler A landslide for Harding In predicted by l»r. Nlcholaa Murmv Butler, prea Ident of Columbia university und a candidate for the republican mmilnatlon for president, who waa In Heat tie Thursday. "The j>er»ple ara that WllHonlHm Bhall b« driven from powar," daclared the doctor. rWHAT. HBTTKMnKR 1». l»2« Daughters of Royalty Boxing in Pantaloons I/WHOM, Hn»U 10 ,fl Mix k «l!k pantmlootm and nhhr#> v laird by th»» court drc**#»mfiker, th# dautfli"*'* of the an* i«*nt famlUe* (jf Kr *;• lurid ar«* to twf at the Weot Knd AthlrtJc club, -Non# hut fflrl* ft fid of »**t*nd« d l>f<liKrH- are to be iidmlttfd to A* an Inspiration to t-rfori tbr costume* «re fancifully #m»»roid«T'd In d'*l*n* depict In if fitrpnuouN athletic feats. In tile la*t M»v*n of el* Mar*. diamond* have rlfwri 200 to 2. r *o j* r cent In value. OriMfiifAll'im, nuteUle of tli.il conducted driven for money laat year amounted to #34.