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The Seattle star. (Seattle, Wash.) 1899-1947, September 22, 1920, Image 2

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Victor records tbat should be
in every borne—
—Victor owners have endless possibilities of
enjoyment—the records ho re listed will
bring renewed joy and double the pleas
ure the machine 'brings—get them today
or order by mail—we pay postage.
fOlrl <* My H«»rt 1 ,
IS&St •! A lldM, a Ktaa and Too • } I H
Trnor a»lo»—by John Rtaala
( Pnlohaa--ro* Trot 1
(Id I I Might ll« Your One* In a WMt ► $ «S
L Jul C. SiulUt'a Orchaalr* J
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Mill j Rototn Hood Vch-*1 r.ama .1 Mm
| By Victor U*ht Opor* Co. J
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mt - | By UonUUin* Kwrnr / "
[Toor» —Tha Btara W»r* Shining 1 tl „
W* 44 | By C*ru.o / ~J3
, J _. JIM Bohwnc (Rudolph N»rm«lr»> 1
| By Orvii!* 11 at rold J
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Superior Record Service
wniliirtly Inrrautlnc «ateo tn oar tulkln* machtn* and ranord
department hava mad* It nwouury lo add four addition*!
aouod proof r«w», Inaurtng evtry viaitur unuauai prompt and
oaarteoua Mrvto.
•dEATTLt- -TACOMA
atcoM* at pt*e t -3c*ae*m»*jma
St&ndanSgS^ginntnreGoi
•I3TABU3MIO- «MHHRr 'lM*'
MATINEE
TODAY
ATTHB
WILKES
"The Hands That Make It Painle**"
Complete
Equipment
We are proud to say that this is one dental
office which is completely equipped. We have
just installed an up-to-date, complete X-Ray
Machine, and are now prepared to do dental
X-ray work in all its branches.
This, together with our complete equipment
of other kinds, our expert dentists, our pain
less methods and moderate prices, makes a
dental service that can't be beat anywhere by
any one.
FREE EXAMINATION
We will gladly examine your teeth and give
you expert advice as to your dental needs with
out cost or obligation to you.
THE BOSTON
DENTAL CO.
1422 Second Avenue
Opposite The Bon Marche
Seattle Veterans
Off to Convention
Baa'Ha'a dclacation to tha national
roorantlon of tha Amarloan Uxloo
In ChieUnd Vaft hara Tuaaday on a
apacUl car prartdad for Waahlnjrton
ratcrana. Tha datamation Included
r. W. K. Fin*. Ckrl Edwarda.
Oaorra r>. Huhhard and K. C.
Deutaeh. Thoouui N". Swale, nwwly
elected atata oommandar of tha
legion. waj achadulad to laava WM
nraday.
PARIS RAPPING
YANKEE ANKLES
rxnis. :: —r*ri» papar*
an> arouaad ovor ramvki br Mary
Tlrkford on h»r raturn to N»W Torll
from Frmnc*.
"Thay'ra to® ahort." Mary aatit
Th'y fiv« a auixvabundant axhlbit
of hwlrrr" H)|» tddnl lha draaa
ra of b»r rountryw onn»w'» attlr*
wrr» mut h mora refined u<l dta
rraat. t
Kiraro Bay*
"Short ablrta ara tha mod hy
(trnla, «)•%<* iralhrrtnf mud or dual.
)>«ld«a, why ahould not our ftrta
ba frank wtUi thaw charmaT"
I.tjaurraa ay*
"A dainty anJtJa plainly poaad ta
a Joy forarar. Parhap* American
flrla" anklaa ara raor«—wan. !»«'■ naW
It "r"bu»L' If an, that rathar a*
plalna their penchant for ton*
rti 'aana "
YOUR TEETH
X-RAYED FREE
\ mm
\ _J[ mT
Dr. U R. dark
each morning between the
hours of it and 10:30.
No cost or obligation
whatever.
We have a fine, brand
new X-Kay Machine which
we are placing a.t your dis
posal without charge be
tween the hours men
tioned above.
Please come as early | n
the mom in j? as possible.
REGAL DENTAL
OFFICES
Dr. 1* K. Clark. Hmumgm
IMS THIRD AVENUE
N.rtliwMl Cotikt Third Atom
•ml Lnwn Strfwt
Dtec*"*Jlr Actum the Htraat
from Ui» I'uktorrir*
Ladj AUandanU aa Duly at
All Tltnta
_IW ETROPOLITAN ZXVZ.
|,KM nntf J. J. HIIt'HKRT
TIIK WOKI.IVN MOST KVM4H N I'HAKAITKK COMEDIANS
M'cINTYRE AND HEATH
fIN IHE 60KF0US nuacAl mvmtomi
HELLO ALEXA«DEP®®
Wil li A JMIII.KK C/IHT VHmBl
InrlmUn* llotnir lllrlilnMHi, 4»rarl* l>*»-
• on. VI.Un l(o<*«*lalr, Miilwl
l.lnlnr, |) a ,i linro »'■—
Ho Moor, nrn/ll A l.rlfrin. Karl KI«V
nr.l, l.nr mikl an An.aalng Nlii|lii|
ami Wfp'llihi-liti I n*rinl*|*. 1
THICKN—F.v» . ivui- In (X. Mat. WM. '
(In - *! «'»! a;, M. Mai. Hal., AOi lo »< - IW> Ij*
Nfi'l'K WhIU mall nrrti r» tnr prata fi,p tltn nnirnftf mmil of mid
llMth lu "llolln, A I* imi'lf r!" will It, Inlirn rara of In tha ordrr of Ihrlr rnrnllil
In ord'-r llinl patr..na may lnv. tha hanrflt of ih.lr p-ra.aial aalartlona (h. bo*
1 f'-mlwr 17, thrne ilaya In mlvmn of n.ual tin...
THE FOLKS BACK HOME
F. S. Gill Industrial
Insurance-Board Man
Ma), r. H Clin, lawyer, politician
and former newapaperman. haa been
appointed bjr Governor llart to the
induttrlal ineuranno commlaalon. •"
»ur<«ed Fred W. IJewellyn. who ra
•lined about a week a*o to take a
commUilon la tha V nit ad dtalaa
army aa a majr-r of Infantry. Ma)
ont Urm at 4112 W<»dUwa ave.
Ha will not nort to Olympla at
on—.
nnifilAllt TOOK M wor«h of
tlrka'a and a punish (mm the Went
Han It la *>rry office, according to p»
lice report Wadneartay.
After jroo Mt—ahray* take
F ATONIC
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Instant)* roUavas HmtiW*. Waal
ad CtNf Fulif. Stops food snaring,
rapaating. and all stomach mu»rV«
Km* Hi i lii ■■ «M m 111 Kotp* Hint*
iMMlitmi. lannn Walt? —4 f»
■ATOMICka>MMM<i Tmmo((lM
! Ball ■ » !■>■»> Muni 0»>» MU ■ c«ai
• tniltt la Mill
ix HM « n «<ll !■»■< mmmt. OM •M*
W tmdmr TritOw
I lUrtrU r>ru* Hlor— Harm Ilatafl |
■taraa
Rheumatism
A Vf r*fn# Twtwil
OltMl by Om HM R*4 II
In tha aprini of 1 •§• !
Kf miMK-uUr »n4 tnft*mm*tory d)««
miiltm | avffayd u *nly th<*a who
h«v« If know, for ©*#r Ihr*m »»»f« !
iriad *U "T r+mm*> **4 d*wt«w
• ft«r but »nrh rallaf u I r»
«i»H *m flntf temporary rinaity
\ . r+> «• i r «h<»t turn 4 m* mm
an 4 It Hm «•»•» I
Ma** /u*n II I® ft f>umh#t who war*
i*r'<r>fy •fftl'*t*4 and MrliMw
»lth noma of »b«»fn Tt to
• » y**r* old. and r**tilUl waro th*
u In my own f
I wtfil wry nff*rtf from tnr
form of troukio to try this
>,*r%*lof|« h**linf fv>n't »#o*
t rtfll. Itrrtpljf mall four nam*
i'l4rf«a. arid I will mh4 II fru to try
Aftar y«»u ha** uaad It, and It haa
»ro« an Itaalf to ha that lon» looked
for m*ana of fatttaff rl4 of your rh*«»
mat I am. yoti mar •*nd th* prtr* of II
ma dollar. hot undaratnnd. I do not
▼ ant y»ur mo nay unlaaa yow »r« M
f*rtly »a flatted to »«n4 It lint that
fair* Why miffar any lon«ar whaft
relief la IhtMl offered you f raa ? Don't
I* lay.' Wrlt4 t«d%jr.
M .rk M. Jarkaon, No «|» Q Hum
ton U'dt . byra«*u»*. N T
Mr Jarkt'<n la reaponalbla. Alhi*»
«tftf*ro<*nt trwa.
IMJUXATED
SS IROW
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Fill fir Tjft u iln lTir
riiiiiiiYrrfriiTiiit
TTTE SEATTLE STAR
Geologist Sees Big
Future for Alaska
r>r Collar Cohb haad of tha 4a
partownt of geology of Lha Unlver
alty of North <"»r"llna, who la mak
ing a ptudy of ■ hore-llne pmcaaaaa
and harbor development on ["idflt
and A tajik an «wu la in Hmttk. and
a Mar lnv*eUgatinc tha Oregon coaat
will Mil for tha orient- lla la tfav
allng on the Kanan profeaaorahlp
founded by U>* law Mra Henry M
Hatter.
In an Informal talk to tonal bwrt
neea men at tha Italnler club. Iw
Cobb a poke of the poaalblUUaa of
Alaaka aa unlimited, and declared
that the territory eoald be developed
Into -another Norway, Sweden or
Kinland-
mur-rnR. x. T>-root Harry j.
CTmz") McLaughlin. a truck by pro
peller while doing stunts with hie
plana at atata fair Saturday, died
yaetarday.
optUpb.
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The right vs. the wrong piano 1
THE above parallel display is an exaft a grand piano b the piano supreme. It gives
reproduction of our interesting show "tone" even while standing in meditative \
windows this week. silence. It breathes of quality, dignity, dis»
The two beautiful rooms shown above an tin&ion.
pra&ically alike, except that: A room whose charm and beauty are based
One contains the RIGHT piano for its sefr upon simplicity deserves a grand piano no
ting. The other contains the WRONG piano. Los than a room of magnificence.
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One instrument G LOR I FIBS its setting. j
The other instrument UTTERLY MAR sit. plete only when glorified by a grand piano. gfl
U the most imporant room in y«ir horn. R m *ml*r > A H *«K™.<lpunojln Jlrizo J
•mukrly handicapped by 10 piano? , nd mlny f rom corapl4 , dainty
7*his is not in disparagement of the uprighc "baby grands" to the splendid concert in*
piano as such. But let us never forget that struments. J
You are cordially urged to see our intending show i
•windows this week- The windows present an
unusual objeS lesson in the selcßion of a piano. t
&.Go. 1
Tklrd Amicm it Plm S trul 4 "
SEATTLE' ;*• J
T.com* • Spokan. - Portland M
- - _ : '
Kicks in Window at
Cheasty's; Burglar?
Whw Clieaaty'a lith«r(liiNti»ry n*it
takaa an Inventory of I hair «to«k
they may find Hi armful of gooda
mjaatnf.
Alexander flaney. MM IHrat ave
W, aew a man on tha fir*
• JGSh,
* Correct Apparel lor Women f
A Looked Forward to Event Is Th\
clearance
ALL SUMMER BLOUSES
ft 1/2 PRICE &
(More Than 800
IN MKffdllM with our annual room for new au
tumn blouses arriving, comes this anticipated ottering. Choose, at
half price tomorrow, from smart Carman quality blouses of Silk,
Georgette, 'French Voile, Linen Diraitv and Batiste; hand
embroidered, dainty lace and drawn work effects; semi-tailored or
fancy styles.
$25.00 Blouses.... $12.50 $lO.OO Blouses $5.00
$20.00 810u5e5....510.00 $ 6.50 Blouses $325
$15.00 Blouses. ...$ 7J50 $ 2.50 Blouses $125.
. Above is only an outline of reductions
Other price ranges are similarly
reduced.
- fflnmyp
kirk tn a rear window of Oiaaaty'a
at 1 a. m. Whan ha ollmhed down
tha eaoape ha had eninethiiig undar
lila aim, aald Oaney.
NT. JOIIN'M UtrilJ) ot Weat Ha.
»lt|e will meet with Mm. J. K. Fried
lander, 44H Minrai liuaetta. H. W ,
Thuradny at 2 p. tn.
'' I
WKTWKimAr. BBHTBMfirn JJ, t*!f. (
Pre»bytery Annual
Meet to End Today
Annual m<wtln« of th« (H**byt»!ry
of ffoaitl* will clo#w with W«*4n»»
(Uy'i Mimlon. BNW A. C. fw
of Urn nrirt I'lWiyVrliin <hurrh.
wi u> modern tor *t th» op»irft»*
of th« convention ymtrrOny.

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