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Mothers— The Extra Pair 1 Means= 1 Doub|le Wear ■KI % (P^rJ and hero The Price Is ' the Same as a Single Pair Suit *l2B «- S IS Othar Bora* Suit# at ll# 00 and Up. / \ Crorapton "All-Weather" Corduroy Boys' Suits, extra *1 A AA special at «PIU.UU - m i Up the Incline We always save you money. Tailored Ready Co. -Pike Street at Fourth Avenue PES MO INKS, la.-Mrs. Hattla Harl. or Council H luffs. la lowa'* lint woman candidate for congraaa. Ike will ran as an tnder«ndent. n* (ml hlmfcerlnjr mJn». In South Africa, la mor« than itN fM <Wp !™ Nervous Breakdown 1 "lam so nervous it seems as though I should fly"—" My nerves W are all on edge"—"l wish I were dead." How often have we heard Iji these expressions or others quite as extravagant from some loved one ijl who has been brought to this statevby some female trouble which IS has slowly developed until the nerves can no longer stand up under it n| No woman should allow herself to drift into this condition without Mi giving that good old-fashioned root and herb remedy Lydia E. Pink* H m nam's Vegetable Compound a trial. * M JHI Read the Letters of These Two Women. UL rflS North East, Md.—* Iwm In ill health Minneapolis,Mlnn.—" Iwm ram down H Lu four or five year* and doctored with and nervous, oouki not reetat night and |u I nil one doctor after another hot none wm more ured In the morning than Rf ■ Inl helped me. Iwm irregular and had when I went to bed. I hare two chil- IH ■yu Bttcn terrible pain in my back, lower drra. the youngest three month* old Hi 9 JMI part of mr body and down each side and It wm drudgery to care (or them IH I W that 1 had to go to bed three or (oar M I felt so irritable and generally worn n* IM| days every month. Iwm very nervous. out From lark of rent and appetite M I |HI tired, could not sleep and could not eat my baby did not get enough nourish* VU I Kill without getting siek. A friend Mked ment from n\y milk so I started to give 111 f IQI me to take Lydia K. Pinkham's Vege- him two bottle feedings a day. After ID M table Compound and lam sorry I aid taking three bottles of Lydia E. Pink- EC ftfi| not take it sooner for it hM helped mo ham's Vegetable Compound I felt like Kg HH wonderfully. I dont have to go to bed a new woman, full of life and energy. ill 111 I with the pain, can eat without being It is a pleasure to care (or my children. IH sick and have more strength. I reooin- and lam very happy with them ana IH ■HI mend your medicine ana you are at feel fine. I nurse my baby exclusively qj liberty to publish my testimonial."— again, and can't say too much (or your K M Eliumtb Wuvn, RB. 8, North medicine."—lira. A. L Millxb, 20M HI Vjll EmL, M«L K. 24th St, Minneapolis, Minn. 11l ml Nervous, AiKng Women Should Rely Upon U WARMTNOTON. Will of Mai. flan. William (', fJorgaa, filed for probate bar* yesterday. l»w* the raited surgeon'a entire **tal* to his wifa. Crprn* «m (he flrit nntif to ha v» a ChrlwtUn rmnwr. NQjrjffnrie By EleanorUPorter COPVR/3HT ioao CVpTrtfftit. lift, *7 Prank <>% mm (f'naillnucd from jrnMvl Of rourw, I'm not In Aunt llattle'a kltnhen. Aunt Hattia'a got 4 ww cook, and ilm'i worw than Ol|t utfd to ba—about not wanting folka ntNirinf around. 1 mi — no Aunt llattM.aald right off that wO couldn't do R there. I am Iwmlni at a doinretlo aclence arhool. and mother la going with ma. I didn't mind ao much whan aha Mild ahe'd (o. too. And, raally, It la quite a lot of fun—raalty It la. But It la qu*er —mother and I going to arhool to gather to laarn how to tnaka broad and oaka and boll potatoes! And. of couraa, Aunt Hattla laugh* at ya. But I dont mind. And mother doaant, althar. Hut. oh. how Aunt J ana would lova It, If aba only knaw' • a • Ma r something I* the matter with mother, certainly. Hhe'a acting queer er and queerer, and aba la gettina to be Ilka Aunt Jane. Why. only thla morning ahe huebed me up front laughing ao loud, and atopped my romping up and down (ha ataira with 1-eater. She aaid It waa nouy and unladylike—and only Juat a little whlla ago ahe juat loved to hara me laugh and play and be happy' And whrn t aaid ao to her thla morning, ■he aaid. Tea. yea, of courae, and ahe wanted ma to he happy now. only aba wtahed to remind ma that very aooa I waa going back to My father in AndenKmvllle, and that I ought to begin now to learn to be mora quiet, ao aa not t* trouble him when I got there. -- - . Now, what do you think of that? And another thing. What do you euppoee I atn learning about now* Tou'd never gueaa. Stars. Tea, stars.' And that Ia for lather, toa Mother came Into my room ana day with a book of grandfather's un der her arm. Hhe aaid It waa a very wonderful work oo astronomy, and ah* *u rure 1 would find It Inter rating. Bh« aaid ahe waa going to read It aloud to me an hour a day And then, when I got to Anderson Title and father talked to ma. I'd know aomathhig. And h*'d be pleased. Hhe aaid aha thought wo owed It to father after he'd bean a* good and kind aa to let me stay here alMoat three whole month* of hi* al*. ao I could keep on with my achool. And that aha was rary mire thla would please htm and make hun happy. And. ao. for "moat a week now mother baa read to m* an hour a day out of that astronomy book. Then w* talk about It. And It la intaraat tng. Mother aaya It la. too, Hhe aaya the wlahea ahe'd known *om* thing about astronomy when ahe waa a girl, that ahe's aura It would have made thing* a whole lot »*M*r and happier all nrraand. »Vn aha mar ried f.ther; for than ah* arould hav* known something about aomethlng ha w* a |ntere*t<-d In. She aaid ah* oouldr.'t help that now, of eotirae, but *h* could **a that I knew eome THE SEATTLE STAR thing about aarh things. And that was why aha waa reading to ms now Than aha win! again that aha thought we own) It to father. whan he'd bwa ao good to let ma a lay. It arems ao funny to haar har talk such a lot about fathar aa aha doea. whan before aha never used to mm tlon lilm—only to aay how afraid she waa that I would love htm belter than I did har, and to make me aay over and over again that I didn't And I said ao ona day to tin I mean. I aald I thought It waa funny, the way aha talkad now. She colored up and bU har tip. and »•><• * queer little laugh. Then ah* grew vary sober and grave, and said: "I know, dear. Perhaps I am talk ing mora than I uaed to. nut, you are, I've been thinking quite a lot and I—l'vs laarnad some things And now. sfice your father haa bean ao kind and genaroua In giving you up to me qp raui'h of hla time. I—l've grown aahamad; and I'm trying to make yo« forget what 1 said -about your loving me more than him. That waMlt right, dear Mother waa wrong. Slia shouldn't try to In fluence you agalnat your fathar. Ha la a good man; and there are nona 1 too many good man in the world - No. no, I won't aay that," aha broka off But already Mid It and. of couras. I knaw aba waa thinking of the violinist I'm ao obild Bhe want on mora after that quit# • lot mora. And aha aald again that I muat love father and try to pleas* him In every way; and aha cried a Uttla and talkad a lot about how hard It waa in my position. and that aha waa afraid ahe'd only been making It through her aslflahnwM. aim 1 muat forgiva her. and try to forget It And aha waa vary aura aliad do batter now. And aha aald that, after all. life waa n't in Just be >«g bappy yourself It waa In how muah hspptnaaa you could give to othara. Ok. It waa lovely* And I cried. and aha cried aome mora, and wa klaaad aarh other, and I promised, And after Mie went away I felt all up raised and boly. Ilka you do when you've been to * beautiful church servloe wttA aoft muaic and eoMad windows. and everybody kneeling And I fait aa If I'd never be naughty or thoughUeaa again. And that I'd never mind be in* Mary now. Why, I'd be glad to be Mary half tba Uma, and even mora—for fathar. Hut alaaf IJateK Would yon believe It? Juat 'b»t aama avanlng mother at op pad ma again laughing too loud and «nak Ing too much noiaa playing with Lea lev and I fait raal croaa. I Just boiled Inatda of ma. sad Mid I hated Mary, and that mother waa return to be just Ilka Antu Jan a. And yet Juat that morning— "h. If only that hashed. atalned window aoft music feetiog would laat! a a a J una. Wall. onoa mora school la dona, my trunk la all parked,' and I'm ready to go ta Andereonvilla. I laava to morrow morning. Out not aa I left! i«at year. Oh. no. it la vary, vary Jifferent Why. thla year I'm raally going aa Mary. Honestly. mother haa turned me into Mary before I go. Now. what do yoa think of that* And it I>a got ta ba Mary I here and Mary bara, too, when nan I aver ba* Marie? Ob. I know I aald I'd ba wining ta ba Mary half, and maybe more than half, the time. But when It ooaara ta raally being Mary out of turn extra uma, that la qui la as other thing. And I aa Mu% UNM Ira laarnad t» oaofc. That'* Mary. I've been studying astronomy. That** Mary. l'v* laarnad ta walk quietly, apeak aoftly. laugh not too loudly, and ba a lady at aH-times. That'a Mary. And now, to add to all tbia, mother haa had me draas Ilka Mary. Tea. aha began two weeks ago. She came Into my room one morning and mid ■tie wanted to look over my draaaes and, things; and I could see, by the way she frowned snd bit her Up and tapped har foot on the floor, that aha wasn't suited. And I waa irlad: for. of oouraa, I alwaya Ilka to have new tilings. So I waa plaaaed when aha said: "1 think, my d*"r. Oust on Satnr day wall have to go In town shop ping. Quite a number of theae things will not do at all." And I waa ao hapnyl VVrtona of new driaaa and half and ahoea mar before me. and even the pink beaded ailk name Into my mind—though I didn't really have much bopaa of that Well, ww went Shopping On Rattir day, but—did we get the pink silk? We did not We did ret —you'd never gueae what Wa got two new glng ham draaana. very pUIn and homely, and a pair of horrid, thick low ahoea. Why, I could have cried! I did 'moat cry aa I exclaimed: 'Why. mother, tboae an Mary things!" "Of course, theyYa Mary things," answered mother, cheerfully—the kind of cheerfulneaa that aays: "I'm l>elng good and you ought to be " Then ahe went on. "That's what I Dandruff Soon * Ruins the Hair Olrl» —If you w»n» plenty of thick, beautiful, glossy, silky hair, do by all in<-an« get rid of dandruff, for It will starve your hair and ruin tt If you don't. It doeant do much good to try <o brush or waah It out. The only sure way to get rid of dandruff I* to dis solve It. then yoa destroy It entirely. To do thin, ret about ounces of ordinary liquid arvon; apply It at night when retiring; use enough to moisten the scalp and rub It In gently with the finger ttpe. By morning, moat If not all, of your dandruff will he gone, and three or four more applications will completely dleaolve and entirely de stroy every single sign and trace •f It. You win find, too. that all Itching and digging of the soalp will stop, and your hnlr will look and feel a hundred time* better. Tou enn get liquid arvon at any drug atore. It la Inexpenelve and four ounces la all you will need, no matter how much dandruff you hav«. This simple ram ad* never falla 125 th Anniversary Sale! i| FOR 25 YEARS I HAVE BEEN MAKING CLOTHES FOR MEN OF THE |§ II NORTHWEST. IAM HAVING A SALE THAT TOOK A QUARTER OF A 11 H CENTURY TO GET READY FOR. || I dT: smashing ONE-DAY OFFER I gfl 7 A lucky purchase enables me to speed up the sale by making l|| sal the best oner In my 25 years'experience. Here it is: la 1 GUARANTEED I ALL-WOOL 1 ■ -T suits] I Mtt offering truly apian- I|||lD|"ll A IS <rtd lot of woolens Raturday at ■IMV ■■ ■ ■ U a price away below thalr value. II ( Lit Wll | W All-wool materials In food overcoat weights. ■■■- mtm. B ™;—~w «*»**» MADE TO ORBEI n Ths rutting. tailoring and B|H Hj lining* trlmmlnfi win be IS Uia same high the regular «"• paid. Q a groat chanca l4j IL s ou fi fgl Sec the wonderful One of woolen* I hare Just on- One Day Oftly Saturday |B ES| packed. Finent fabrics shown by any Seattle tailor. All Cone Early—First Come—Best Choice ES ml that'H new and nifty. _——_—wsawsJ M H Avenue', e^g^-tu- meant to buy—Mary thing* as you I call them. A rent you going to be Mary )u«t neat week? Of course, you are! And didn't yon tell ma laat year, a* aoon aa you got tbarn. Miss Anderson objected to your clothing and bought new for you? Walt. I am trying to ae* that aha does not hava to do that this year.""" And when ahe bought me a brown serge suit and a hat so tiresome!}- sensible that evep Aunt Jsns will lova them. I know. And tomorrow I'vo got to put them on to go In. Do you wonder that I aay 1 am Mary already? (t«<i tin tied T<*nerrww) Baby Saves Mother From Penitentiary XEFFKRHON CITT. Mo, Sept 10 —Barred from tha stata prison here becaua* of her • month-old bahy, Mrs. Margaret Burlington, oonvlrted In federal court In Wisconsin of ualnr the maila to defraud, and aen tenced to three year* Imprisonment returned with har baby to Wiacon sin yesterday. 0 We set the pace in Pain less Extraction. We ex tract your teeth in the morning, and give you your plates the same day. We do all kinds of Dental Work at most reasonable prices. Estimates free. All work guaranteed 15 years. United Painless Dentists 608 Third Avenue Icrlditl pACIPIC M KS3QB9BSQBEBDH Funeral Services FOR Mansfield L. Hedge. »S, Port Blake ley rancher, who died Tueaday. ware h'ld thla afternoon at the George town undertaker a. Hum! waa at Mount Pleasant. H» la survived by his widow and two sisters, Mrs. Allen Cox and Mrs. Mary L Tucker. I FOR SATURDAY ONLY I I PAINTS AND ROOFING will be in strong demand ere winter sets in. I I It's time to buy now. Besides some strong, money-saving specials B I | in these lines, this store offers many others, ■ I just as seasonable, at advantageous prices. I I Mfral paint I I Stiletto high-grade pure Paint Regular pries H ■ $5.00 per gallon. Special, gallon, $3.50 I ■ All colors, including WHITE B I Floor Paint I I High Standard, Quick-Drying Floor Paint. I ■ . «-■>- 1-gallon cans, regular $3.60, AQ I I MAKE YOUR PLACE special lpZ«4o I ■ ABETTER PLACE 1-quart cans, regular $l.OO, /*A H ■ //Mile Paint corn s f« ial wc ■ I QOOrk coonders. This paint will stand on outside porch floors. ■ I Ornamental Lawn Fence' I I ROOFING *•«» I ■ ..ii !>»*• * lew tfmn 1111111111111111 l I ■ Now is the time to fix that leaky roiia of |llll|lll|ll|lllllllrir| I I roof liefore the rainy season starts. ' Lawn i|l|ltlll|llillilllllilf I I l ?}Z£ oo^inß^^ r % t&l 89 -w"I ■ / $2.50 per roll. Special at<Pl«Ov ■ wmh lo H I 2-p!y, regular $3.25. 4a O A Q rINU " ■ Special at make room I ■ Each roll complete with nails and 'or our fail jWna^tßMMWnn^™" w "' H ■ . goods. ■ H cemonu j$ inches high, same as cut special, f00t... 94 4 ■ ■ Enamel Ware Specials « taeh e. bottom I ■ Pure Whit* Convex Ketttaa. with whit* arch, .pooial, per root 82* ■ H «name led oover. • quart >U.; QJlf* Cut to any length. ■ jfl regular $2.00. .pedal at Mwn oat Mch from $4.75 to ST.OO ■ B| 1 Plot White Enam*l Mugs, regular OA Double , IrlV(t Gale , per pair......... .916.50 so<\ special, each io-foot Single ("Sates. each $15.75 ■ OatCH complete with hinges antf latch. H Dark blue and white mottled outside: white ■■ ■J namili-d Inalde; extra heavy war*. Aluminum WarC B K quart Saucepan, regular »1.00. CC f v Munrt Kettle,,, regular HBO, ■ H specUl at ..................... your choice at «1.98 ■ ■j i quart straight Kettle*, bale handle; /*Q _ |9 regular II 80, sperlal at OSIC I Wash Boilers I < quart straight Kettles, bale handle; nn ... mm m. ■ regular $1.78. apodal at S#OC « «♦« ***** gMvanlied: regular ••■»! ■ H 10 quart Preserving Kettles, regular Aft extra »l> ocial at - *»•*» ■ ■ tI.SO, spedal at gQC j Toilet Seats I * ■ HOT CAKE ORIODIJCS—IJ»rge .lie, oblong Made of hardwood, finished In light oak, nicely H ■ Uriddloa, regular $l.OO, ipecial f 1.80 varnished; special at, *ach 92.50 ■ I Aronson Hardware Co. I I 1217 First Avenue We Deliver B DBTROrr. MaJ. Oaa. George Harrta. Chicago, elected commander- In chief of the Military Order of the World War. Next convention to be held In New Orleans. Prairie dogs and other mammals found in desert regiooa never drink. Funeral Services far Benjamin F. Gooding, 88, who died at tba Mc- Dougall 11 Sanitarium luJit night, will b« held at 1 o'clock Saturday aft««v noon at the Bonney-Watson parlors, Hla *Mow and three daughters auk Tire him. PAGE 9