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The Seattle star. (Seattle, Wash.) 1899-1947, October 20, 1920, Image 16

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CAR BLOWS
UP; MAN IS
BADLY HURT
Was FilTing Gas Tank by
Lantern Light: Machine Is
Ruined: Barn Fired
Rot Uth N. K. *r*l K. »r.th
•t. flllatl lh« im tank of hi* Kuril
by lantern llnht laat night.
Today bo la numknjr a tuuTljr ahat
tera<l left hand aa the rrault nf an
•xphwlon whuli wracked the Kurd,
nearly hvrned hta barn and nearly
tnt him hie life.
A quantity of hay tn Ite barn «a>
«Mtrc?ad.
& A. WKKK-
G. a P. Chief for '
the Bonus Bill
R«-T*rt»o'-an state Chairman Hab>
Vrt luu) tddraamd a letter to C». O.
J*. speaker* thruout the stale. ur*
Ire th« support of referendum hill
No. the soldier*' bonus hill, lis
t-alla attention to the fact that th«
•tale republican convention specif!®-
•fly tndoreed the meaxure.
—— <L A. WBS K
TV Ira* important a nan fa» th*
Vftor* h* pin* an hkm cwit.
AN AMAZING
ANNOUNCEMENT!!
2,107 Pairs of the
World-Famous
"Queen Quality"
Low Shoes
For Women
*
A PAIR $4.90 PAIR
Patent Leather, Vici Kid and Calfskin
Pumps and Oxfords
77 Styles in Black and Brown
Military, Louis, Cuban and Baby Louis Heels
SIZES | „ Mslm | WIDTHS
Hto 8 " iu *"« I AAA to EE
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INHERITS TALENT FROM ACTRESS MOTHER
Are the talent* of the parents inherited by the daughters?
The A meriran stage today an.fw«-r* "Yen." There are at lea.st
a dozen daughters of famous stage and opera stars following
in the illustritms paths of their parents on the stage. This is
Anne tte WrstlMy. who plays in Rcna rente's remarkable play,
"The Passion Flotcer." M'he is the daughter of Mtlanie de
Wienskowska, celebrated Polish prima donna, who came to
the I'nited States to escape political persecution in her native
country. Watch this newspaper for other "Sparks From the
Stars."
THE SEATTLE STAR
GREAT LEGION
DANCE PLANNED
Four Woman's Auxiliaries to
Stage Affair at Armory
Th» wmntm'm anilllartwi irt Oin
four Amwliui poxta
l-nnii totlar to lajr plana for a bits
Joint iliumn at llix Armory, DaeMß>
l»r 11, tlm I»wwli to SO to rJuuity,
[MMwlhl)r llrUmdn.
Th« WWIIMI hopn In pa'> fb» Arm
nry In <wi« nt tlm thirty ml nfralra of
the urnaon.
All pi «tvU» peofito ■ r»'l th«fr
frlm»1» »r« to Ih> lnvitr<l
A Joint rotnfn!ll'<«> fnun fh« four
audit >rU-a U at *<»k on th« plana.
K A. WKKK
TIIK TOl'Nfi HUKIKD WOM
»n'a rlub lit th« Plymouth Congr***
tl'>»il rharrh will hold a rumniatr*
>»l» Thurartay anil Krlil*y of till*
»<-k, at J»O7 mni> avn.
Corset Savings Thursday
In the October Trade Sales
ANE of the opportunities to save on Corsets that Seattle women
" have had will come on Thursday when the Bon Marche Corset Service
Shop offers most emphatic reductions on many standard makes. For your
convenience they have been divided into four low-pricejJ groupsi
Popular Corsets] (T1 Q C Exceptional Values] $0 A ,
Reduced to ]*P-L.O«J in Corsets at
Four good make* of Corset* haw be<*n pat If you want a rood Corset for less—by all
into this naif at $l.35—C-B ala Spirite, Nulife, means select one from this lot. Included are
American and Bien Jolie—made with elaa- Reno Belts, C-B a la Spirite, American Lady and
tic topi* or low busts and medium skirt. (lossard front lace—all for $2.45.
Lovely Broche and] (TO hC- Corset Values of | (T/| QC
Coutil Corsets %pO/rD Unusual Merit at
Excellent Corsets for the money are these at These are real Corset creations—of lovely pink
$3.45. Included are C-B a la Spirite, American broche—Vogue, Gossard and Nulife make up the
1 Ady and Frolaset front lace. Some beautiful lot. The October Trade Sales bring you these
broches, others of pink coutil. Corsets at $-1.95.
Brassieres and Bandeaux—Very Special
at the October Trade Sales
Especially pood offers in Brassieres and Bandeaux—lace, silk and cambric, with lace or
embroidery tops—divided into two lots.
Lot I—Brassieres and Bandeaux at 59c
Lot 2—Brassieres and Bandeaux at $l.OO
OORSCT SHOP SECOND FLOOR
i THURSDAY Kitchen Utensils
Food Shop Economies Have Their
In the October Trade Sales Prices Clipped
n r r ■ ,i .»„,v ~=a» at tllC Octobcr Trade SdlcS
Bon Marche Pumpkin Pies 1 \
Coffee 44c 35c Each
—lx>rna Doone Cookies, a pack- —p an r o lls, n j ce an( j brown, a ,
a *T ; , n lii tv* t a , A dozen. »r. Wk>| I alll
—No. 1 soft shell wamota, 10 I IBM
pounds. $3.00; pound. 31c. Jelly Rolls, delicious, special, ftIIU
—Viryinia Dare Extracts—one each, 2"f<
25c bottle free with every pur- —Our Dollar White Cakes are Aluminum Tea Kettles
chase at our DemonstraUon priced, each, 75f. Qfi
Booth - —French Pastry, priced, per Oar regular price $3.50
gi a p j dozen. 91.00. Tea Kettle of pure aluminum.
Canned Foods B „„ , w
—Parker Peas, can, 16c. 14*. to $2.95.
—lowa Corn, a can, 15c. —Butterhorns, crisp and fresh, _
—Splendid Tomatoes, can, 10c. 4 for 25<; each, 7f.
-Del Monte Pumpkin can. 12c. cocoanut Bare, a dozen, li* 3}
• —Sardines in olive oil, can, 12c. ««. WL—-JPBh
COKfc'KID OCTinN—UPPKR MAIN
KIiOOR BAKKRT fnOCTTIONR—rPPER MAIN WL b U
rJjOOR AND UASKMKNT
Aluminum Sauce Pans 79c
JlTaWOerry « ' t t L Our regular price $l.OO
r* 01 |I Special Luncheon Pure aluminum, heavy gauge
Conserve 31C I 0» _ _ Sauce Pans with lip and long
_ , . V V/» handle—2-quart size, reduced
hrffular prtrr 60c OOC f or the day to 79c each.
—Pnyallup and Sumner famons Chicken Patties and Spring
Apple Butter our regular pnee Vegetables .
-BorMarehe MnyonAaise. Totetoes, Bread and Butter
cial, lb. 38f. ' Hot Buttered Scone and
—Pure Strained Homey, 1920 Preserves I 111 IJ
stock, special, lb. 25*. Coffee or Milk, all for 38c. U| I
DKL.ICATKHHBN ITPPKR MAIN LUNCH CXJUNTKR —TJPPKR MAIN \i ! /
iax>oß rioou ur
nf nr» , n .» /i i ni Aluminum Covered Pans
25c Tempters rrom the Candy ohop $1.49
Peanut Brittle 25c a Pound p^aluSSn? r h?a^«ii TO
CANI.Y COUNTHR UPPKK MAIN KDOt.R 1,7 £ £
n i- n 1 n j Convex Sauce Pans with handle
Satin-finish Broken Ends 25c a Pound and cover; s-quart size, Bpe
hikiiting hooth -uppbr main FiiOOR cially reduced.
Chocolate Nut Fudge 25c a Pound
BAHKMKNT—CANDY COUNTER *
Coverall Aprons for Apron Thursday at $1.29 Apiece
APRON HKCTtON. HKCfIND FI/KIR, AND HHOITTNO IHXITII, UI*PBTR MAIN KDOOR
The BoivMarch£
KBTABLJtUi KD lt»U.
Women to Hear of
Dakota System
A mn»n moating of ReutU* women
will to* held in ttiM Hub auditor
ium, Fifth ara. nmmr University at,
at t o'clock Thtirartay afternoon, to
North iXUiota political rondl
tfema. wtth reference to their
«ff«w?t nfnm tlm t>nhl»e arh<*>l *y«tnm,
«n<J the home life of tl>e j*"«ip!e.
Ttm meeting haa bH^iTalkMT - toy
piomiwnt club women and nodal
worker*. And a lnvitation to
ail woman to lw privt' iil turn b«tiu l»
•yad.
& A. WKKK
Lawrence Against
the Carlyon Bill
John C. liawrenm, of Hpokane, for
mer «tj*i» railway eomin iaatomir, u$
In the city, stopping at the Kry'a ho
tel. and will t*a h»n» for wmfil daya
to »petAk again »t the Carlyon ruu/1
Nil.
lla baa wrer*l opw engagement*.
4L A. WKKK
Hmrm men bercima mmltfid In fry*
Inf to make Mh mda meet.
SIX FAMILIES I
FLEE FLAMES'
35 Persons Are Homeless
After Pre
MARTINKZ. Oil, O)*. » rtn,
biillrllnKa In tha ItiUbu> nntirlrr of
lh» Ujwn of I'lltaJitir*. w»r« il-Hinrr
n\ \,y flrn Uurt night, rrri.l'-rlrir ln*n<-
Iraa nl* fiunlU<» <orruirli>liic 31 vt
•ou.
The famine* hornw ww
dwitniy«l wtaken In wtf* *arly
today by tl»#» <3onLra Camla lt«*»l Oroaa
branch.
V Kanrher wail wr*Yj barnad
dtjrfnif the when he r«#he<l Into
hl« Iximiriff hotna to rearua hla two
<tHdr»n. Frank. *, and An
tonio, ajfwd 10. who werw iWpln* on
tha aavnd floor of ti» houin*. Un
knowing that flame* wera UiffMLt
e«ln« their liven.
IWnrhtn carried fh« two hnyn tn
■afety thru a i»he«»t of flaro* which
twnved hia rlofhln* and nauww'l r*ai»
U. to Teach Mother®
How to Select Foj|(
Th«i TTnlvntltf Kitofwton I
In f iff Tin* thro th« Horn* P>-on'.ml«|
dmwtnait a tvmrnm erf «l* l"-t<rr*j
lntrnxl~l «n»«Hanr t* ■****■
pr.»<p«fllv« moO,w« «n<l other ).oli»J
wiv**. on »h« «
"*llow to I-'oort for Um
Th« rrrr)T%r wffl b»*ln on fh» 'T»
Friday In NovmlMr *wl wll **
given on th» irtK"«'lv« *"r\<um
from 2 to » oVlrxk In lion*
riomlca hall at th« unlvrralty.
Women Alway* Late
Wheeze I» Blasted
CINCINNATI, Oct- 2" -Tha <4f|
JoKn about wimm nmr t '" ln * «•!
time WM dhot to *t
hotiw when wrnnwi Juror* were xufeg
monad for aervt<-e. They were «M
there before the m»n arrived. 1
ful Injuria* The children were
hurt. /■
The fir* «M $10.00« <lam*K*. 11
ntart*d In the homo of K. 1

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