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NEW RULES Oil TRAFFIC Drastic Changes in Code Are Suggested; Downtown Car Parking Banned If yog drive a Roll* Hoyca or a yord. a tractor or a kiddle car. you *lll be Interested In Mia naw and Baltic change* In tha traffic coda ♦hk-h warn recommended to tha city •otincil Wcdneaday. Non parking rulca. ban on alren* Wnd whlatlaa and mufflar ordarw ara H faw of tha provialon* that ara re hlml in tha traffic ordinance draft •d by City Altornay tleorga A 3i«|har and recommended for |a*» •p by tha public aafaly commltta . "Double parking" of yahlclaa on downtown atraata and making bual wraa avanuca Into garagea for prl ■vala machlnaa ara two of tha thing* that ara on tha black Uat. Two parioda will ba ratabtlahad ••ban aundlng or parking on Klrat, *ocon.l. Third or Fourth avanuaa, aji «*pt whlla loading or unloading, will ka atrictly prtihlbltad. Thaaa parlod* •ra from I to 10.10 a. m. and from 4.30 to ( p. m. Tha ordinance irpaclflaa fhat at ®h«r tlmaa during tha day, ma China* may ba parkad only for SO ißliautaa In tha downtown dietrlrt. •nd It la intimated that thla pro ■ylalon will be atrictly anfon-ed. Many owner* who have bean In Nfe* habit of aaring garage rent by HKrhiog their car* In the etreet dur- W| the night hoara. will be in troo llh with the traffic cop*. The pre JQMiI code maka* Haver tha man 4hUe to keep llghta burning on All taHtoa at night. Other amendment* which will aid traffic rvtrulauona are* Prohibition of parking on bridge# Ban on the una of whlatlaa and ttrrn*. Strlcter regnlatlona pertaining to •fee uae of muffler*. Katabltahment by fhe board of MHd work* of commercial ton** on ika Mm motion aa well aa on the pe Wkm at property owner*. .Horrors! a Crook's Found in This Jail V Oakland. c*j, not. 4.—city -Jailer Pat Murphy atroailr *uap*ct* • dlahonent man haa found hia way Into )iU her*. When Murphy lined Ma prlaoner* op for morning Inspec tion aomebody -frtoked" him for hla Jtnuin pan. Fat'* broken-hearted that a bad man la la Plant 9,000 Acres in Aspen Trees •UKOW, Scotland. Nor. I—ln rtWdar to ba Independent of tha Rm. supply of aapen wood, uaed In •Match making. Bryant * May. Ltd.. Match company here, haa purchased M* aoraa ta Scotland and will pkuit ' tha land to aapaa trees. fDNBUL smirKt for Mm "■ttaboth Goodrich. who 4M WM ■MiaT too her toth mi at her ho«e. .«» K. Mth at. Win ba hold Friday > p. tn. at Rotterworth'a. More Big Bargains From The Thompson Mercantile Company's Tacoma Store 18 Smartly-Styled Dresses at $24.75 'ALTHO these dresses range in size from 16 to 42, there are more small sizes than large. There are no duplicate styles and every single one is unusually attractive. The materials are serges, chiffon velvet, tricotine, Poiret twill, velveteen and velour. Becomingly trimmed with loop braid, fancy braid, military braid, beads, fancy cord, tinsel and chenille. One or two have brightly colored vestees. Black and navy are the only colors shown. 11 Splendid Coats at $39.50 OBSBBSBSSB=:^SSBaBB&aBB=SSSa=SSB / T , 'HESE are sport models, mostly in short or three-quarter lengths, • * '• and there are no duplicates in the lot Brown moleskin, black plush, Caracul cloth, cheviot, polo cloth, velour and bearcloth are the fabrics. Colors are black, tobacco, natural wool, blue and heather. Linings are black Venetian, and figured or plain color silks. Sizes range from 15 to 42. Of course our price is go low that you are certain to save a lot G. O.P. Woman Wins in Race for Congress ALICE J?QB£&TSQ* Alias Alice M. Robert/ton, of Muakogee, DkU».. ptiatmiatreaa under Roosevelt anil known as "The Jane Adda'ms of (he »* a republican winner for congreaa. MI'RROORK. Okla, Nor. 4 —For the aecond lime, a woman will alt In the houaa of repreaentativea at Waahlngton. after democrat* today conceded the election of Ml*a Alice M. ltobertaon. H. republican candl data for congre** from th* Hcoml di*trlct. Mum Jannatte M Rankin of Mon tana waa the flr*t woman elected to congreaa. (the waa elected in 1110. Mi** ltobertaon la a pioneer (the waa born near here, where her father waa a mt*»ionary to tha Indiana ITeaident Wllaon appointed Mia* Robertaon aa poalmlatree* hare. Mtaa ltobertaon waa active In atate politic*. She waa vlca> president of tha atate antlauffruge anamtallon before *(atehond. Khe waa alao active In oppoalng *u(Trage until (he Duaan It. Anthony amendment waa adopted. I Hiring the war aha operated a cafeteria here, where aoldlar* and •ailort were given meala free. This Old Nag Did . Not.Resemble Racer TOUOTO. Not. Th* old n*« which can* In a horn* car marked "Man o" War" didn't much re wmbl* tha freight handler'* concep tion* of tha famou* runner her*. al tbo tha nag w*a blanketed and groomed to a f»r»r»»»ll. Tha clink of botllea In her atall tipped off tha but* and they railed DateetiT* In rpectoc W. D. PeMianly. Cop* found the hay wall filled with modeled liquor. Burlesque Bars Girls' Bare Legs! nra Morsr*. 1%, Nor. No moo rhonwa In bur lrw|U* altowa will bo tolorotwl In theatraa of lk« "Aiwrlow wh~L" tnmdlnf to unounrnnniil rtntiwl boro from Ik* American Burloaqu* ■ aoorlatlon. 'Thu racano tbo prin cipal* aa wott aa tbo choraa." #ar» tbo order. Would You Believe It? ' Way Back in 1920 the Men Wore Trousers! (IMPORTANT MITK. Th» I follow I tin la reprinted from the I "No \ olee for M«t" magarlna of Ihe t«»iie «f Hepleiiibcr, tn the iwriit) lumilj l Mnll* *|>hcre la the home. The hand that to. k* the cradle muet be kept from th« muddy pool of polltlca. Taking the ballot from th# man , would not chanc* election reeulta Men vol# km they are told to l>y their wive*. and the effect la n doubling of Uw vote, Increased rial and no difference In fneult*. MOVRMRNT HT UtTCT HACK IN l»?« Hack In l»20 when American worn en rebelled and look their proper place* a* the *teer»wt>m#n of Iha Hhlp of Mtate, thla minrmrnl bad lla •tart. Why, In that year. do *on know, women of Amarli'a, that when IT. T Halllle Hmlth, a ItrUlah ma.!!!*! offl car, pri)ptw<l that man tin tha hfliaa work, a* wall aa outalde work man and even woman war* »UrtW! Why. aoina woman even at pari enced difficulty In making tbair liu« banda waah dlahra' Ilowavar. a few hardy ploneereeae* made atriklng prmgrea* with tha new movement. Mr* Aaron Watkln*. wlfa of tha prohibition candidate for praaldrnt fin that day, It muat ha re mrmlarrd. preeldenta were malaal, organised bar h unhand. Watklna publicly announced that ha waahed tha family dlahaa It wraa a srr.it irlumpli of tha *tronger eat. Chb »go auw tha dawn of naw time* aUoln l»IO John Cavanauah. who waa manager of an employment agency. quit hi* Job berauaa there warn no woman who wlahad to la coma hou«emaid*_ Man had takan Ihelr plaraa. John triad lo work. Hi* wlfa could aarn mora In an offlra than ha, and an ha took tha proper place In tha homa, cleaned houaa and fathered tha child ran. whlla bla Wlfa battled. aa waa bar rWbt and duly. In tha world of ftnanra. M\N THR MIBMRKVIKNT CKITTRR Nlnataan twenty baa i«IW -Tha Yaar of tha Til* ft witch. " For year* feminine ofUnum had haan |MMIK( for tha attack Kvary where woman wara coming tn aaa (hat tbby wara tha natural boaaaa. and that man waa. In fact, tha »nb' aervtent erttler Hum there were woman atroatwral Ends Her Life to Save Granddaughter TOTKO. Nor. «.—"I ***• my hf* for my r*ad th* not* of an »«•»! Jepwne** woman wh« rwl »rr»elf In a pond to nropliute the «od <>r th* pond, re*pori«lhle. *he believed. for the »ii'knNn of Iku fair, 17, b»r gr*ndd*n«hter. Thieves Say They'll Get Her Next Time MKMIHIB. Not. «.-Mr*. Fannie OoU waa glad aha wamt home when tweree broke lit. "Wa got all your cloth in* and w*H iret you naat- waa tha not* they loft behind. Thii Town Hu Only 1 "Honorable" Man BVANKVI 1.1. E. lod. Nor. Th»r»'» onlF ono *'l»oor*N»~ Man in (ho wtK>U dtr. If Iho now rUjr directory ran bo h#llrre<i. Th< directory HM< Mitrnr Hoooo U "boo orabio" and no ono »!»•. THE SEATTLE STAR Iron worker*, plumber*, *afe blower*, prl*e fighter* and butcher*. And, at the aaine time. Central park. New Hie BoivMarch£ KHTABMNIIKU ISM Silk Prices Are Lower Because our buyer now in the East secured these Silks on the declining market and hurried them on to us the saving are remarkabie—for instance: 36-in. Satins, Moires and Taffetas at $1.69 Yard These Silks are such good value that it is almost unbelievable that they could be had for $1.69 a yard—but just come and see for yourself. • [ln navy, taupe, tan, plum, In black naw hhie ™ fln navy blue, gray, taupe, SatinS ! diver, reseda, dark preen- MdrCS and TrJ' TaffetaS Copenhagen, green, l other colore, also two tones. Ann ra "* I marine and other colore. 36-inch Black Taffeta $1.45 36-inch Heavy Black Dress Satin $2.45 A splendid Black Taffeta—a yard wide, and suitable for An unusually heavy Dress Satin that will wear exceptionally dresses, waist* and skirta. well—and at a very low price—s2.4s. For dresses, waists or skirls. 36-inch Black Satin $1.75 Yd. 40-inch Wath Satin $2.50 a Yd. A special purchase of about .100 yards of Black Measafine Satin » i„t n t r«„v t vnrv . «-m i„,.n. to sell at »1.75 a yard. For waists, skirts, dresses or lining.. der ! for yirff 36-inch Fancy Lining Silks $1.75 Silk Plush Remnants One-Third Less Beautiful Fancy Printed Silks, these—and at such a low price lengths from 6 inches to 1 yard in Silk Plush Remnants— —sl.7s. Pekin blue, brown and gray grounds, with bright con- black, seal plush, mole plush, light gray suitable for collar* trasting designs—for blouses or linings. and cuffs—stoles or trimmings. rAiißic VXOOR—miiKDi 1,800 Pins of Silk and Fiber Stockings $1.35 Pr. A special lot of Stockings—at an unusually low price—silk and fiber, semi-fashioned. with double heels, toe* and soles—double hemmed or elastic tops—blade, white, brown—sizes 84 to 10. cmn jiaix noon—m* hon march* 1,200 Pairs of Fiber Stockings 85c Pr. Fiber Stockings that will bo (mapped up at 85c a pair. Bemi-fashioned, four-thread heels and toe*, with hemmed top* of lisle. Plain and fancy lace clocked effect. Black, white, brown and navy—sites to 10. UPPER MAIN FLOOR-TUB RON MARCHE Specials for Men Men's Cotton # 1 Q C Union Suita ▼ AwO Heavy Ribbed Cotton Union Suita—white, Array and ecru—with closed crotch. Men's Wool-Mixed iff Union Suite at tyO&D Medium heavy Blue Mixed-wool and Cotton Union Suits—perfect fitting and non-shrink able. mkn's snor—i/>wkh main floor Rice or Milk Boilers Special 97c Each "Royal Steel" gray enameled Kice or Milk Boilers an ally low for ware. Capacity inside pan, 2 quarts. English Tea Pot* - Special at 85c uA»lMnli A most reasonable fl) price for fine quality HJIIIiJ Jr Imported English Tea |l< »F \ Pots—6-cup size—pretty 1L IfVJg brown lx>dy, decorated vf fW with broad stripes. § Thermal Ware Jars Special $9.85 A special offer in "Aladdin" Ther mal ware Jars—will keep "hot things hot"—especially handy when going on auto trips during cold weather. FOURTH FIXXSR—TIIK DON MAKCIIB Tork. *aw fewer and fewer nur*e maid* and more and more men with the dnlnty white cap of the trade of , Juvenile guardian and ahauffaur of | the baby cab. Now, for the la*t HO year*, woman ha* lolarulod man In the fl*M of poll tic*. A* our honorable president. Marnh T. Hlggln*. daCUrad In har I *|»aech to congre** iitat month, whan j aha *ald "(lanllawonu nof lb* Con i I gra** J<at u* have done with uaaia.a | Iriidlllona. Trmlltlon baa demanded i thai we tolerate mala volar*. "The r«*uil 1* lhat wimn un*crti I pulou* polltle'lafia«*aa curry the fa- A Sale of Cotton Felt Mattresses $9.25 Iron Beds at $10.75 Each THE MATTRESSES are all cotton felt, '"PHE BEDS are fuD size and single— and are dandies at $9.26 —well made A very substantial, in two designs. One an/t a..v . >nnn ».uu ui„„ with one-inch posts and five one-inch ffli and easy to sleep upon-with blue ere- tn _ th9 othcr with one _ inch tonne tick, finished with roU edge—any fan Cy filler—white, ivory and Vernis size. Martin. Small Rags at Little Prices A Sale of Imperfect Tapestry Rugs $4.45 Window Shades Only 100 Tapestry Brussels Hugs, size rv;, cl_ _» •< « 27x54 inches—a lot of designs and colors in ohades at 91-25 blue, rose, tan and green. Oil Opaque Window Shades—in plain or duplex—all the leading colors—sixes Axminster Rues 55.45 from 24 to 48 inches wide and 4 to 7 j . , . feet long—they have slight imperfec- Extra heavy hit-and-miss Axminster tin __ Kl ,» Rugs, size 27x54 inches-most serviceable ji S especially good value at for hall or bedroom. „ , „ $1.25 Window Shades at 65c Velvet Rugs at $5.45 Durable water color Window Shades A large assortment of designs and colors —reduced to 65c each for this sale. In !n Velvet Rugs—green, tan. blue and rose— green and tan, mounted on guaranteed size 27x54 inches, reduced to $5.45. spring rollers—36 inches wide, FOURTH FLOOR—THE BON MARCHK Silk and Georgette } dJO QC Blouses —Priced at J Our buyer was lucky when she bought these Blouses at such & low price that we can say $3.95. Tailored, beaded, braided, lace-trimmed models of Georgette— also pongee and striped tub silk. BOOTH—UPPER MATN FLOOR Big Reductions on Shoe Prices Women's Low Shoes $5.50 Pumps and Oxfords will hurry out at $5.50 —for they are splendid value, but not all sizes in the lot. Brown satin, white kid, black kid, black satin, with Louis or Baby Louis heels. Pump* and Oxford* $5.85 Women's Low Shoes—with leather Louis heels, welt soles—size lines are bro ken, hcnce this big reduction to $5.85. Women's, Shoes—Special $7.85 Patent leather or blHck kidskin, me dium or high heels—all kid or with cloth tops—sizes 2V& to 8 in combined styles. GirU' Shoes Reduced to $6.45 Growing Girls' Brown or Black Calf Shoes, English or round-toe style—sizes 2«/ i to 7 in the lot. UPt'KK MAIN KLOOR —TIIK BON MARCIIE vor ut men voter* and arouae In Ihem radUml faellng* an<} *llr up revolt. The real laaue* are often clouded. Because Size Lines Are Broken Children's Shoes $3.65 Children's Shoes are reduced to $3.65 a pair. Gunmetal calf, patent leather, white kid or pearl scuffers—with hand turned or welt soles—lace or button style —broken sizes, to 1L Children's Shoes $4.65 Good durable School Shoes—with welt soles—button or lace style—sizes 5 to 11. Infants' Shoes $1.95 Brown or Black Kid Shoes with hand turned soles—lace or button style—sizes 3 to 8 in the lot. UPPER MAIN FLOOR—THE BON MARCHES Boys' Calf Shoes $4.50 Black Gunmetal Calf Shoes—blucher style with good durable soles and heels— sizes 21/ ato 6V4 in the lot—reduced to $4.50 a pair. LOWER MAIN FLOOR—THE DON MARCHB i I>t u*. I *«y, ri<« urul aboil*), for nvri and u"t»«*r In a r«s«J *-r% of I prosperity."