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REX W*T2a BarnHlH. Hum Hall*, Womrn >nd liflki! Chrinlir Comtdy ■Urrnw Applied For" -Llccim* Applied R.He Won Argument But Loses Jewels L BATTON. 0„ Sept. SJ—Frank L Behm won In the political argument ■ which his family «la*ed on their fiFfMM porch. But thieves who en Bp tared the rear door mad* away with A Jewell f worth 1311. while the talk ft feat was on. Atom la t valuable ami In harf yntng tallow. To the Man who is Interested in Truck Tire Economy CAREFUL trade owners are The tire that overcomes split* figuring their costs pretty ting and base-separation—-that closely these days—tire costs goes on its way day after day, along with the others. month after month, wearing It is no longer "clap on a new down smoothly and uniformly tire and hang the expense." At without undue attention and least, not with the owners we without expense. come in contact with. Handling United States Solid Service, wear, traction, Truck Tires in this city is in cushioning qualities, construo keeping with the progressive tioh are coming to mean more policy of our concern. than they used to, not only to Something new—something owners but to drivers of motor a little in advance of the trucks. times —is always coming out And the more they mean, the t^ie United States Rubber more we find truck owners and Company. operators turning to the new Before orde»* ! ~ a new truck, United States Grainless Rubber consul the kind of Solid Truck Tire. v t . United States Tires KENNEDY WAGON CO, Inc. 115 Battery St./ Salesmen Now Taboo Kidding for Business CntICAOO. Sept. 11.-—The -Jolly In®" t)p» of traveling aale«man l» it thing of the pu*t Salesmen who formerly obtained orders on their ability to "kid" the buyer and entertain with u illnner and drink*. now have to deliver on the merit of their good*. Ac- cording to Ixo K. Klachell, Mil waukee, \VI*. aeoretary of the N« tlonal Aoaoolatlon of Men'* Apparel cluha, In convention herm. The "Jolly traveling aaleaman" haa lout out thru prohibition. "No longer ntn the aalceman de pend on aelllng a hill of go.*!* on the atrength of a drink," aald Kla chel Snleemen. according to Klachel. are becoming "harper Immm they are compelled to bring out the *ell- Ing polnta of their good*. Traveling men. however, ha eald. »r» natlafled with prohibition. Little Ben Haa Large Appetite PAN PIKtJO, Kept. SI. -"Utile Hen," a navy gout, want* thing* to eat. Hl* mniitit, Chief (iunner** Mate Henjuinln l/ewl*. In ch*rge of the North l*land receiving depot, t* In deapaJr of ever fitting "Uttle Iten" to the top of hi* goaty appe ttte, "IJttta lien" ate a pot of II- Ivrary piiate, Chief I.ewt*' cult of "Liberty Hue*." a crate of vtgr-ta blea and when Interviewed had tw gun to con* ume Ut* municijiul wharf. Ban Still Sales Except for Aqua WASHINGTON, Sept. IS The sale of ■till* Is beln* restricted. An order has been Iwnied requiring thai all purchaser* of ■till* (ll* affidavit* that they will he used only for the dldtllllnc of water, t'nlew such af fidavits ar* filed tt will l>e held that the stills have been sold for nilrlt pun****- Tli* order was Issued as a result of reports of rreat traffic In stllla. FOOD POURS IN TO EDITORS Great Days for Country Newspaper Men rtlANKroriT, Ky. t Pept- Sl.— These are great daya for the roun try editor* of Kentucky. Hero'* a w cek 'a rn ord: CYNTHIA l»KMi>rKAT—Tlohrrt K Claueh brought ua 17 apple* When ciutned five of them made a gallon. BT. BTKTtI JNO HKNTINEI, DRMOCRAT—O. W. Klkln brought a tomato to the oflfr* which weighed one am! three quarter pound*. DANVILH MKHHICNOKIt T. it Lackey brought the editor three to ma f nee weighing four pounda. IIAItTHHU) KJIPUBtiIPAN—Dr. O. It IHx-krry. of lleaver l>t»m, brought u» a *talk of corn on which there were IS ear*. lItVINOTUN IIKIIAT.D—T. P. Roberta brought u* a fin* Irl*h po tato which weighed mi* pound. Low Neck Evening Gowns Are Barred tiRXIN(I TON, Hept. Sl—The low net k evening gown and extrava gauce In drraa matcrlala are tnliooed from the I'nlverelty of Kentucky. Ml** Jonephtne Sims-all, dean of women. haa written all pro*|M>ctlve atudrnt* that any extravagano* In material or atyle la declared Incom patible with collcge Ideal*. iMun Slmrnll pre*<-nt>ed strictly afternoon gowna a* aultahle for moat unlvor *lty function*, Inataad of low evening gowna. Ex-Farm Boy to Be Lunnon's Mayor tONPON. Hejii. 11. -Alderman J*m<» Roll, lewdln* fl«ur. In the Pickwick Coaching club for many years. Is to be Ixmdon's next lord mayor. Its was a farm boy and be- Iran life In the city as an office boy. ll* Is a famous four In hand driver. In some of the ,Mand pMipa of the Taciflo, egg* are preserved by being covered with sirup. TIIE SEATTLE STAR May Free War Hero **¥ * * * * * * Judge Is Stirred by Prisoner's Story *** # * * * * * In Big U. S. Battles Frederick E. Beaow, ex-ma rine, uhott tear record may nave him from jail aentence here. For Frederick E. B*»ow. M. and an mi marina, liberty Is dm and get an ■ far. | tUmtrm, wtio pleaded guilty to fnr» \ |*rjp In the flrst d'«wi Tue»dsy In Presiding Judge Honald's depart ment. la a iru»**t of the county sheriff Wednesday while a letter started by : Proserutor Fred C. Hrown la speed In* to the former aoldler'a home In Wisconsin ssklng for hi* discharge papers. The murine'! liberty depends on the outcome of tbe letter. Hint A CUtAN, BOYIMH fll.U* H«n«—boyish. clean appearing 1 and clad in the uniform of % marine. nt«*pped up before the bar and de rlared himself guilty of pasxlng a 1100 boKUs check on the Salvation army. "Were jrra tn (ha armyT* gnarled the )udr«, "Tea. atr," waa the brief response -Where T" "I waa at Retlaau wood. Chataaa Thierry and " The court did not question farther. "Any boy who went thm BeJleau wood—the turning point of that 1 great war, should receive the great <*et consideration in the world," de cUred the court, Impressively, "an<l I am Inclined to grant you a chance to make (nod, provided your service record shows you fought in that great battle " IJHKKTY KKPKNDS on vauan Judge Itonald Instructed the rating attorney's office to address a letter tn the boy's home In Wisconsin asking for the record. "If you have not Ued to me," he oontlnued, "1 believe I will give you your liberty. In the meantime you will remain tn the county Jail." The court did not aay what It would do providing the record waa not all that Itesow said It was. But a oonf«*iwxl forirrr, without In currtnc th» dlnplmsurti of the court by f»Lfttfylnjr. hiva hwri known to br M-ntvnord to Monro* for IS yfiim When It Comes to Land Titles THE buyer wants the fullest meas ure of Title Protec tion. That means Title Insurance, as issued by Washington Title Insurance Company *TmW Stat* SiiprrvUlon" Mora Than (600,000.00 IcrlditJ KfiEEDQESnuEM DOCTORS FAIL; TOT SAVES LIFE Removes Prune Seed From Girl Friend's Lung MPTMniJH, flu., Hept. It—A 5 year-old »lrl auo-eeded whera nine dontora failed, Hint saved it Ufa. Vara Mick. H year-old dauKhter of E. A. I Slick, awalluwed a prune aeed more than two months a#o. The aeed lodard In her luiura. Doi'tora wild aho'd din If tha ae«*l was not removed. Three operations fitllrd to locate the aeed. The X-ray wouldn't photograph It. The child was dying, hrr-athlng with difficulty thru a silver tuba. A 6 year-old friend came to see VVr* and during • game stopped her on tha bark Rlia coughed and Uia Sfrd flew out. Now she's well Man Goes Mad at Wife's Arrest X/WT>ON. Bept. it —Mr*. Kather In* Meal* wa» sentenced to three months' Imprisonment for stealing a wallet containing l<o from a rmm at a tul>a Her husluuid, u.n e*-offlcer of the army, lost hla reu ann when ha heard of hla wife's ur fWt* Cigarette Fatal to Ailing Woman LONDON, Rept. If.—While lying on » couch smoking a medicated clgaret to relieve her asthma, Huiuin n.ih ttlngham. (I, fell asleep. Tim clgaret dropped on to her dress, set her clothing u/lre and she died of her burns. STOP ITCHING ECZEMA Penetrating, Antiseptic Zemo Will Help You Never mind how often you have tried and (ailed, you can atop burning, itching ecsema quickly by applying Zemo, furnishedbyanydruggiit forSSc. Extra large bottle, 11.00. Healing begina the moment Zemo ia applied. In a abort time usually every trace of ecsema. tetter, pimples, rash, blackhead* and aimilar akin diWaaaa will be removed. For clearing the akin and making K rtgorouily healrtiy.alwayi use Zemo, the penetrating, antiseptic liquid. It ia not a greasy salve and it does not stain. When other* fail It ia the one dependable treatment for akin trouble* of all kioda> The ft. W. Ross Co- UsssUod. a Seattle's Leading Dentist l||i I am now j my entire time to my W . , j dents) practice I make all examinations and 1 -lligr...«e ra. I, rasa, as Vr^Mgl well as do extract ing between the hours 1 a m n p. m My offices hav* best established for mori than a quarter of a oentury. and under B) personal managament IWI. I <U> not compete with cbsap, transient, advertising dentists. My prices ar* the lowest con. alstent with Tret class work. EDWIN J. SHOWS, D. D. & ilaal tie's leading Deatfct 1M Columbia M. « otio \ Vgfe \ Utile look! u An empty coal bin should convince \ most any one that it is time to rush to Ik* \ / | the telephone. And there's one number / L*A.IN SOQQJ J I that should serve to meet all your fuel |[ ouiefTt "/ / I needs—Main 5080 —the Pacific Coast I ■ Coal Company—a real Seattle pioneer / ) _ ■ with almost half a century of coal serviec I /\l Lf m What we sell is not only fuel—it is j » SATISFACTION, too. For we stand / / I behind every ton of coal or of Diamond J j / Briquets that goes into your basement - ■ And it is our business to know coal, and know what coal, or combinations of coal will give you greatest efficiency, greatest Economy. The Coal Doc tor is constantly at your service to lend advice and help. ft -> Diamond Briquets ($10.90 a ton at the bunkers) are a famous fuel, (ff' / either alone or in combination with South Prairie coal ($9.75 at the A Hi bunkers), or you may prefer Issaquah lump-nut at $9.75, or Issaquah •I pea coal at $7.35. Phone Main 5080 or any other dealer handling Pacific J&i ' Coast Coal Company coals. PACIFIC COAST COAL CtiftfFAriY The Pioneer Company 563 Railroad Are. Wylie Hemphill, General Sales Manager Main 5080 SATISFACTORY TERMS ALWAYS (Trote-Rankin OTTO F. KEGEL Prindent ®? PIPELESS FURNACE has proven the ideally comfortable, convenient, economical heating system. It pays for itself in the fuel it saves. A-B Pipeless Furnaces are installed only after our heating engineer has studied the heating conditions of your home—if the A-B Pipeless Furnace is suited to your individual needs he will recommend—and we will install under our guarantee. Bear in Mind A-B Pipeless Furnaces Are Self-Cleaning Soot cannot accumulate; it is burned, giving more heat. , The deep slotted fire pot and the big corrugated combustion chamber are two of its many advantages which make it admirably adapted to the burning of Washington coaL Step in the store at your first opportunity and talk with our heating engineers. Plan now on wann ing your home comfortably with lower fuel bills. JIHT FANCY "Watcher flrurlnir out, JlmmleT" "I'm thinking what a fortune It would t* for aonie ona If I could h&rneaa the energy that la waited In ahlmmy dancaa." —Florida Tlraea- Cnlon. PAGE 3 Doea nokfe kOI love? D* love pnbhm* W in la est jroa? SEE i The Inferior Sex* ®