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SUBMARINES BIG BET OF JAPAN NAVY Government Decides to Make Strongholds of Out lying Possessions 1, R\ RINRY W. kinnky M TI)KYO—(By Mailt -Th» | Ui» outlying portlong of th» Jap* empire !■ now occupying both the military Uil the lunl authori It having been diH-Htfd to t*»n •tru.t at leaat t«*n atroitgholda at Varioua atrategii- pointa. Thea* wiu be conatructed. of •ouree, in audi t way that advantage • 111 l» Uikon of the leaeona taught Ihy the war, and whercia 11'' >' defenae of the talanda eouth of Japan proper k*a heretofore tma In charge of the hav V department. arrangement* h«ve (ow been made whereby the war dapartniini will ooopeiate there with It la algnin.-ant that the flrwt more ha* been take with regard to the Bo Ma talancta. and a commlaelon of mil •tary of(li»r« left a ahort time ago t- thea»- tatanda In order to make a Jpv of the dnfemie thereof. It Ml»t be remembered that the poal Vsou of Japan. In time of war. la very £mi*ch like that of Kngland. Hotli j eountrtee depend on Importa by eea r at food attuffa and raw materlala. and the enemy which can atop the ee« lanes trading to Japan has that coun try by the throat. even tho not a aln lie eoldter be landed. TO ( HK Isl.tMM A* M B ItVSKS It la utvleratiiod that Japan tn tend* to take full advantage of the •Wn* of lalanda placed under her •aotrol by the Pari* conference. '■ rnmtv.y. Hal pen. the Caroline, and the liarahalla. which were formerly ' German, but which are tvm being JapanlwM an rapidly aa poealhle, and they will without much doubt be ■aed for the eatabliahraent of auhma rtTVe baaaa. a* by thla meana a atrlng ef auhm irinea. of which Japan la ■»w constructing a great number, j would form a formidable defenae agalrmt any fleet approaching fi on the taut. Oreat attention aWo la being paid ta the queation of mobillaailon of na Won*l Industrie* for war purpnaee la I ttaaa of aOMrirenciea. a conference 1* regard thereto having taken place •My a. Daw day* ago at the official fidieoc* of tie premier. "The preaent ministry haa had the Msaaaary eatimatca paaaed by the •at.- the premier la quuted aa ha* i aaid on that oeourion. "and the' >ha at national defenae la now being proceeded with. In order ta inaure vlke facilitation of indoatriaJ mobill •Urn tor military porpcara, the old Mumtiona bornau and the bureau of ■ Mattatic* have been transformed into Ma national defenae cenaua bureau. 'While a ayatam of carrying out regii Jar taeewUgatlor* "f InduatrtaJ fac tartea, mlnea. rnJlwaya. marine trane- the like baa been eatab- Relationships Now Slightly Mixed Up KLJXABISTHTOWN Kr, Nm. :« »■ Wort at mixed la the relation*hip mt Om cWldwn of Charlea Ha? and Mftk Abel Ray. Jfl, haa Just taken MJaa lajcy Overton. 17. u hla wtfa AM i« the aon of Charla* Kay and Miaa Onrtsn la the daughter of Mm Itay, who waa lira Overton before kir wrriM* Charlaa Ray la now father ami father In-law to hla own In, 0d Mm. Ray la mother and Metbrrin law to ber daughter. Hazed Youth May Die; Bat He's Game WASHINGTON C. H. <X Nov 2« •Hkttbo ftajmond FVt, liifh •rhool fintuimn Mi aofterlnf from pnfumfr ilk, iad his condition la Mfurriwl —i In— ha refuv* to nqoeal on the ytttthfl who based htm. lie waa tnHrin out Into the country In a ma- CkitM, gtven s wat of and fun whipped, after which he had to walk home In a drltzHnr rain. I'o- Be* and school authority* have t*«en nnabto to ioarn the Identity of the They Hang Up Their Money in the Barn JUSVAL. EatbMh, Nov. M.—Hm folk* aave their money In their harm They pack It Into bait* and hang It on tba raftera. They're not afraid ot tWevea, for the money la worth laaa. Seven government* have luaued Nvn klnda ')f paper money In Rua afta itnre I*l4. and the paoaant* are aavtng aach variety. In tha hope that aaaybe eoma one at tha Kovemment* will return to power and make mm- money good. aocordlns to Red Cruaa crfflrern here. VjDDLETOWN. Ohio, Not. I*.— ThA thief who »toto Emmet t Coyle'e erjrooat from a mf« h*r«, returned It bMaiw it <lldn't fit He kept the |IS which waa left in one of tho fwktu. aS We Ffnesf Music of the World for Your Family Xmas Gift ! • ,| r 1™ The love for music w !>orn in every one of us and no home should be without it It freshens tired nerves I i SraSlßflfcV-iflf. ' V*OC*V and lightens worries of everyday life—to say nothing of the entertainment it affords us all. Why not nF *r |J M 1; /.ePMfil ■■ ■ WaßffljP/l J i get a gift for the whole family—one that will last throughout the years and fill your home with music you H . love? The instruments mentioned bring to you the best music of the world, 'iou can hear reproductions ■ virfrnU. A Beautiful Cabinet Phonograph The Piano All Can Play ■ ■ "11 «1 TIMTOIM ■- A full tlxed upright pbonofraph, l.rnutlftilly flnlahed In Tho lar*e «howln« of Player llano* In ouretudlo* Include lA I^/I "Ttwl/y/i/ft \t«M Columbia* H9I HBHIB walnut, oak or mahnicany. T'lftyn erlectlon* from the rreateat Amplro Krprodurlnc rianoe, Artvtnia I'layrr Piaaaa, MarehaJl- ?|T / /i^^PalywßK'iljHSiilP |H /f I. HII HIIH artlnta, <uUnr ioiik or Inatrumental- popular or clanelcal. The WiwfcH and Khnball I'lajer I'lmmm. The IMayer lano Ideal vJ flf i»rfsjnc J Vj H ■ JsShf g I I i'/ And NfiW phonojnaph a* described, eljcht selection* of your own choice tor the home without a pianist being simply operated, any iW? e X rJ' (four double-fared II 00 ncordi), a largo assortment of needles on« can produce tho moat wonderful musical effects, i'layers ■■ |H f p^ ,SOn •-' "* and a record brunh for 9124 60. on *e*y terms of are prloed from ssPfi upwarda | 4 J/ Jtl T In " otf Very Convenient Term. IV/ • »•«.»«, tx J C A " *J e 111 .-""r chickering | W Record# I fj Elliott 112 mnnti». Come In tomorrow and play theee XeSsSJ MEHLIN Z ■ Jjs \m All the 11 " ■ 14.21 lnstrument* yotireelf -the wonderful effect. |421 lIutdAVC.KIMRAI I ■ *§M 2 „ • I , X !XUia>iYe. lh , y will .atlKfy that lonitat for «ood KIMBALL ■ __ Time j IMwnrn Tike anil I'nion mimlo. Beiwera I'lke and I'nlon And Other Fine Pianoß j| WOMEN RUN GOVERNMENT IN OREGON TOWN i———im hi x ,■> i-ir.w-'.i 1 oncalui. Oregon, not on In tlecti a a womu n muyoi. out « •< i y ontvm in im n,»• pal government will he a woman. The photograph shown five of them, from left to right they are Mrt, lie mice Wilton, Mr*. Jennie S. I.a**well. Mm. Mary Hurt, mayor-elect. Mm. Settle H tin no n anil Mm. Edith Thompson. Mm. Hurt, a native of Oregon, wan grailunted froih Pacific uniremity in 1873. She w a republican. Mrt. Hurt nayti, ",-t< the wornt we can't do woree than the men have done." 44 0n1y a Suicide/" Yawned the Cops -Oh-ho hum. - aald Motorcycle l"a tmlman Ueorge K. Iteynokla aa he | atlfled a yawn at 4 a m. Friday j "It'a only a •uk W". might aa well ■ lake our Ume " Motorcycle Officer II A. Holme# thought likewtae They leiaurely drove their motor rye lea north to the Albhtn hotel. ' :a;s wvatukv av*. N. "Think I tl mil the monn»f now or wait a while?" aaked llolmea. aa they atopped In front of the hotel. "Maybe you'd better wait, let'a are what the report aaya," replied Keynolda. ™ 'L>oor of a room locked and rag" atuffed aroufwl the adgee Iteliev* aomeone boa committed aul •de by taking gaa.' Pbueka' Only a aulcide. \tVil. gaa la an aaay way. Hut when 1 die. I want to freeae lo death. It'a Juat like getting drunk, they *ay: you don't notice it at all " "They might have turned In the report a little laier In the morning no naceealty to coma up here In the middle of the aight juat for a aut tide." llolmea aaid N. R. Anderaon. proprietor, met them at the door. "Where la he?" t:«vnolda aaked "Juat a moment, boy a." Anderaon i aaid "It'a a falae alarm I put ' a.«n# bug klfler In the kitchen tii deatmy the co<-kroachaa ami iliffHt , towele around the edge of the door I to keep the odor In. And aomeone I thought It waa a auiride ** The ten Invaded department* of i France bave pruduced thla year IM. ' •0# tone of wheat and one fourth the | country'* oat crop. . OONT FUSS WITH .MDsrraes! Musterole Works Without the Blister—Easier. Quicker of m award. caaeaatfr relieve neia.aoreoeoa or atiff. Mae with a Uttle dean, white Mtarteroia. Muauyiufe ie made of pure oil of naatard aad other haipful iagradieata combined in the form of the preaent white ointment. It takea the plan of maattfd piauen. cad will not hUater. Muataroie usually [hw prompt r«Uel from tore throat broochitia, tonailitii. pom «iff acck. asthma, neuralgia headache, rnngntioo. pleqrier.rhemna- Uaa. hmbago. peine and acheeof the bads or Joint* sprain* tore mtnclea, hrvilaw, chilhlatne. treated feet coldad the cheat (it ofteapesvame pneumonia). 3ic and 65c jar* hospital aue M U you had e baby ***» d the* took I a Mid end it a-ttlad In the ivas*. raua 1 l«« • vouch with da»*ar of Mrhnw <w»n- M<lo«nf*a. *«vM yo» dan*»rftaa rimanr. *<lh Oplataa, Chloroform or to* I jtirifuf drup l» It T i If yew hnaw of on •ff-rttoe mn*dy that V»< AHOOfatrTKI.r HA»R for In fanta. ChiMrtn or Adults jrw vontd ua* nothing hot that. and tafca no 'htn-w with fho patant mad Ir In a of inkn««e ytrtoea JOINKR'R ni.TCWROI.K I/)HE!.IA COUGH RKMRDT ahould he k»|>( In ovary houoohoH. »»d glr«n at tha first «lrn of mui'i In Habtan. f'hlldron or Adults It le anf* end pia«aant to tah* it« sffsala d»MI fnr ail kinds of sruta roughs an t Colds on tha Chast, baching roughs from throat af fmr>\r,n*. AMhmttk or flfonrhifti Coughs. Hoarseness. ete. Thousands of nnsollrltsd testimonials sttast tha fart that Joyaar'a Glyearolo I>ob«lia haa mat with proper approba tion and w» ran not too atrongly ampt>« aisa tha fa<t that a bit tie of thl« won darful Cough raitiody- should bo kept In avary homo. FOR OilaDH. GRIP AND "TT,t7** take Joyner'a Told and Grip fTapenloa CSaattV*). Thay contain no optat«a or Quinine or Injurious druga and generally braah up a dpld or grip in a night, arid prevan* bad aftor affects. Frlra Joynar's Glycerols r,ohe!!a Cough Remedy. SSc and |> 04 par bottle Joy sar'S safs Cold and Grip ( apauiaa. l.or p»r ho* •old by food Druggists »»vary pl«p« or eant. postpaid, hy Joy iter Drug Co. tfp». kana, Wash.. on receipt of orlra "OH." aald Iteynolda and llolmea "It we'd a known 11 waa THAT Im lortant, wad a hurried. We thought U waa only a aulclda." And they hopped on their blkea and raced back to the atatton Refrigeration I and Meat I In less than an hour after an j| animal is dispatched in a Swift 8c I Company packing plant, it is hanging I up as meat in a room brought by | refrigerating machinery to a tem- [ perature just above freezing. | From that time until it is in your I own ice box—within two to three I weeks—it is kept at the same tem- j perature; first in the coolers at our packing plants; next on our refrig erator cars, more than 6,000 of which are constantly moving to market with their perishable cargoes; then in our refrigerator rooms at our 0 branch selling houses; then in your D dealer's ice box, and last in your own. || Only for the few minutes while u it is being put into the refrigerator D cars at our packing plants, or taken D out of them at our branch bouses, D or whisked to your retailer in our y trucks, is it exposed to any change u of temperature. R Without a skilled use of this sys- n tem of cooling, made possible by M modern science, you could not get M fresh meat, prepared under most | sanitary conditions, except at greater | expense-—unless you*happened to V live so near live stock raising centers [| that your needs could be supplied I from live stock raised near-by. 1 If tha foregoing raiaea any question to the mind of tha reader, are «rlll endaavcr to answer it, upon request. Swift & Company, U. S. A. * bcattlo Local Branch. Mt-ll Jackaao St J> I* Vocum, Manger * THE SEATTLE STAR Tie a Lantern to Dobbin'* Tail, Plea CINCINNATI. Ohio, Nov. 3« Tha Cincinnati Automobile Hub haa «u* «>«ti-J to th* elty tlial mounted |w trnlrnon plana tlnlita on their horae*. aaariini ovary mm Inn thin* at nlaht ahould b* protected. Mounted pollri-mi-n rkla both fha rt*l>t and wrons »Me of tha atre<-L ami on rainy nl«hla ara dtflk ult to a*#. Prohibition Fan*! Don't Read This Nov. 24. - ••Club." I "Morning Aftir," "Ilfunlon," "Old Tiro*a," "flllnga,** "Hmaahaa," | M<iuttah I'irlahnne" and "Old «'hurna* lUvlftr" ar»« tha of of (h<* cwkUlli provl'N at Omi Amnrimn litr at Ihe Iteunlon rluh. Th«* elub waa tottnad a y*r a*o. to « r»ahi« uffiittra who aervrd In tlw war to huva a nNiifortiU)l« rrntlni voua. • Here's Laborer Who Earns $l4B a Week CHK'AOO, 111. Nov 2« Th» 111 **t reriult In the prolrurlal plutne i.wy In t'hurlea (Irani, cokired, of I'fubnndaken. 111, Who Mir noil 1U» in alx day* at • ll* plant. BARTELL DRUG STORES A HOME CONCERN OPERATING SKVKN STOKES IN SEATTLE ) HOLIDAY GIFTS FOR ALL WHAT IS A GOOD CHOCOLATE? | umbrellas! A good chocolate is one that satisfies; not necessarily one that comes in a big, rrpen- ) g j sire box and wrapped in glowing color*. True, chocolutrx of thin kind arc usually the i \f/ JAf < lust, but to get one that fulfill* your desire and craving for tweets, one that comes in -/ a neat but not expensive, box, you should get 1 \ y "End-o'-t he-Week Chocolatet" Soft renter* ara Vanilla. Unapberry and I/amor Ibird wntora. Peanut. 1-1* and Cocoanut. Jr A nil don't forcrt thraa Chocolate* ara a product of our own Candy Kactory. ■■ V WKI'IM. KKIIt\V AND MTI Kll%* 0N1.7. CO V H ix pot mi nut - OS7C Ja FOR THE YOUNGSTERS Marmalade TEDDY BEARS—The fuzzy brown JarS I % f kind that Maddens the heart of any 1 kiddie. The harder you squeeze them J y /the louder they groan. each. a For iiifm who uticipatt Vm If • i f tha irtvlrn of a beautiful am Jo GRIZZLY GROWLERS—Products of %sMhMB6 br*iu we would sumrntt: the country of ice and snow. Real fuzzy f"i s / \ ,jaok ovw " 0,4 Bt * n * ' Y \ /' / Jr~XZ~~ v \ Ilartall »tor*. Nawaet atylea vK ,rrny one * that Krowl ,ike "**' bt>arß: I * n ' l po,or " harn,ony wIUI VA name f ize a* the Teddies. 92.25 each. V -J »ttiMicaiiy desired jmV handle*. The one you wlab Ml IT PAWft Q _ here and at a prtoe from NUI DUWD R Made fnm fine sa.Bo to Made of strong wood with bark intact, gla . M ' * ,th platod . . ... , . . VoT/ and glass spoon in- n/>v piving the bowl an appearance of unique- eluded. It's 4V? in. ISUA ness as shown in cut. Complete with six high and 3 in", in STATIONERY picks and cracker. Size 7-in. diameter , d ' ameter - Cut shows iviiCiiv s and 3Yj inches high. Price, each $ 1.98. reproduction; What could be more ap each 75<. propriate than a nice box Daint v ** of stationery? One thai A SUGGESTION FOR "HIM" /fjN i**™ » n«n® « CandU m\ 4 )j 2 1 "'* 4 Wnkofr " Holder* r *°"' ***• Tomr pe»u»m for father, hrothrr. Eaton, Crane & Pike." ara or pimd it tojaat wkr» you prmit m* leuh one | These lines are displayed In of them ihmv*»9 ttond*. I profusion. The newer 1920 f Thane itanda land ether* not quit* an elaborate tn de- | tints and shades ate * all alol come In brtxht braaa flnlah, atrrmj and durable. 3 here. (tofna have bruah, powder (both ahavtnc and tak-uml, fj La f.) _ . •Iron* aAjDatable rod for ralaln* or lowarlng the fine mlr* 8 ICmor 3' or ror attached. all correspondence. Priced at f4.75 to «15.00 each. The pricea *° fe.oo box. ASH TRAYS The Gift one rememhert A wide range to telect "IVORY PYRALIN" ' rom Complete eete or separate pieces J* Before selecting your M»do from mnpe. NfeSgr you to inspect our vast " ,ion ,hat ta non,,v 'assortment of Plain, Du nammabte. Several c«*u of ivory eiv "lie who smokes, thinks," and I>arry and La Belle pat amat; in plain or we think he would appreciate terns, in beautiful dis-^^P^ nothip doaiirn. come# one of these trays, or, better P^y s all our stores. nompiete with holder. still, one of the larger styles that A „ , .. W(2J) J \BH cuidte, »hade and , . . „ . * 7 . . A small deposit iTsorves f I <*V"7 7 , include Brass tray. 9 inches in .. , r . . , 1J ( / 7 n.mmJLW ahade holder Truly a . . .. .. any article selected; we \a &rriW „ diameter. Brass humidor, match , ~.. a ., . . \\« dainty nn. rrk» » W ,U hold it until Christ- W Or A^V:ia? „,mpK-te. $1.75 to holder and a complete outfit i 91,0h. that will please him. > P.t^a-un^/ LOOK FOR GOOD DRUG STORES AT Wore No. It stare No. i: j Btore No. S I Store No. 4: | Store No. B: I Rlore No. (: J Store No. 7: 190 A Borea *ll Srrond Ave. Klrat Ave. and IUI9 Snond Ave. and I Weatlake Ave. and Fifth Ave. mat Ave. Near Alaaka Hid*. I Pike St. | Ballard Ave. | I nion St. | Pine St. ' | Pike St. Postage Up—Love Postcards Latest I/iNIm'N, Nw. 21 According to a auburban p«i«tmaat*r, tha In pnfllaKi< ratoa haa raua«d a altirnp In love l<'tt«*m. Me aaid tha posU ni«l farrt«*n many a that would have born to hlu«*h ln a a*al*d and Minted letter. The high (Hiatnae rate haa Imreaard tha ooat of loving, he aald. Man Blind 44 Years Is Elected Mayor HWINIMIN, Kmtlnnd, Nov 3«.~ Kdwln Joflaa, blind nMcrmnn of Hwlmlom, liu been I'hnaen *• now mayor of the taimualk tlx haa lieen t>llri'l for 4« ye»ra, and wrvisl Ilia u>wn In public work for nearly 40 yxn Trees Shed Tears in Memphis, Tenn. MKM I'll IM. Tenn , Nov. 2* The tr«H*« cried here. Not Juat ww p Ing witlowa, but dlrnlfted old oaka wept eoploualy. Memphla folka fAlled up tha weather bureau when th« (ran cried. 4 rain,* aald Wf^therr*ian J. H, Hcolt, "it'i a aort of hnavy dew.** "I log gone funny," aald the owner* of tha tree*, "we tr«at 'am pretty goodr Tha moat for your m<>nf»y, fh*> heat for your mouth. tha for your h*alth. la th# guar given by nil. KIIWIN J. I mjjf nno ww amlllr a l.raglag Meatal offi.r 10a ( •lambla St. PAGE tt HOYTS NETV MENU ftoffton linked ItAatifl . •«.. IS# M'-iii'-m Btu JO# M«< .ironl and Ch**-*# ...Ift# Mfm-kI IV, p**r '-lit lO# AANDWH IIKB Cold M'*»* and CH«gm ...lO# Hot Hamburger ........ 15# Hot ('ak«« an.l Hyrup ..20/ Doughnut* and Coffne .. in# Best Coffee in Seattle HOYTS S*l l*lhf Ht-, at Fourth WE NEVER CLOSE