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HOPESHEII NEVER DIE! Working on "Immortality Machine/' Greatest In vention-if It Works BY WHIT IIADI.RY WRKT ORANGE, N. J.. Keh. 11. On the 74th anniversary of hla birth day today Edison ta working on an Immortality much Inn. Thin mat hlne la only one of 40 In vtmtfonn occupying the world'a greatest Inventor. But ha regarda It as the greatest of all the hun drnls of devices small and great that he haa contributed to make Ufe more happy By this Immortality machine Edl aon esprit.-) to prove hla theory that Ufe la eternal -thut he will live for •ver! In the Individual entity which the World know a aa Thomaa A. Edlaon. the Inventor expects to live aa did bis grandfather and irrott grand father to t)M) aire of 193. It la the one humir'-d trillion entitle* that he believe* make him make up •very man and woman will continue to live on after hla body la laid to real. EVERY INTERVIEW Mtl.Tll'l-IK-S ills MAIJ, Interview's p«v» Edison. lie aaye Ke dislikes to talk for publication be. cause thla always multiplies hla null. "I Wouldn t open the letter* at all." he nays, smilingly. "but there might be cheek* In them." Possibly the real reason, however la that he's sensitive ahout hla deaf new. When he ltatena he preaeea III* finiteni against nerves In hla neck. The Interviewer must ahout. However, he hears quite well the phonograph he Invented. The Inventor's secretary, 9. n Meadowcraft. stands between him and the world. He announces visit ors by signal lights. In hla library Kdlson haa a cot. Often he doesn't leave hla laboratory for days at ■ tine Hla meala. placed on a tray eotiride hla door, are frequently un touched "The usual term "death" Is a mis word." said Edison In bis Mrthday Interview. "It Is not at •II accurate. If by It you mean that the Ufe which keeps a man at work eaasea to exist. Life cannot cease to exist, because like matter It Is ledestruetih!" "There has always been a certain amount of life and there always will be the same amount. Tou can not create life: yon cannot destroy Ufe; jfou caanot multiply l;fe." Edison expects his Immortality Machine to establish thla theory Klentlft rally He discredits oulja boards, medl tons and other methods of spiritism DOCBTS irTHKvncrrv" or Cltl'DE MEHMAGEM "It la the crudeness of these Method- that makes me doubt the authenticity of purported eommun icatft>n< with deceaaed persons." he said. "Why should personalities In another existence waste their time moving a three-cornered piece of wood "*er a board with, lettering on It? Why should such personalities tip tables? The whole buslneaa ••ems childish. "Nevertheless. the life onlta which form a man do not die. They pass •ut of one Important mechanism to seek another habitat. "I believe that one hundred tril lion entitles go to make up a single Man; twenty billion cells each con •Istlng of a eommun* of (.000 enti ties • "These entitles of personality I hope to detect with my apparatus •r mechanism. Who created them or where they go after they leave a given body I do not yet know. To detail my theory and plans would be futile; what the public ex pects are results. However, the de vice is of the nature of a valve, and conceivable amount of energy exerted on it is multiplied many times. "It will enable psychic Investlgat ors to glv s a scientific aspect to their work." Next to the Immortality machine comes In Importance a radio Inven tion by which Edison hopes to make possible communication with Mars. (Copyright, IKI, N. E. A.) Britain Is Seeking Grecian Oil LancU ATHENS, Feb. 11. —Discovery of valuable oil bearing deposit* In viri on* part* of Thrace and around Epi rua ha* Injected new difficulties In the political Hltuation of the levant. England and France are both in deavorlnK to secure which greatly strengthen ffcttir strategical naval position and at the same time make Greece virtually' economically dependent upon tncm. According to authoritative infor mation from American* who have been lnveatigntlng the situation in the I/evant and Near Kant, the United State* 1m virtually blocked ao far a* oil holding* are concerned France, Kngland, Holland and Italy have "cornered" every known "pros pect" in M'-aopotamiA. Itumnnia, Turkey and the Hlack Hea region. The greatest radio station in the iporld la under construction on Dong Island. ' Wireless News U. H. Army All wool Hhlrt*, all size* S2.SO to *3.00 Army Khaki lil'mket*, Cov eralls, llreechea, Hpi/ala, etc. White Woolen Blanket*. dou ble, formerly $12.30; special now 98.00 Arfny and Navy Ktioea from 55.80 to *7.50 Tents, Tarpaulins, Fllea, etc., at laiw I'rice* **lo N*vr Tenta *12.15 CAMP LEWIS WIRELESS Surplus Army Hupt»li<* 901 THIH» AVKNI'K Neat to Majliaon Htreet and 4119 POI'RTKKNTH AVK. N. E University District hKATTI.F,, WASH. ENTER THE BLUE LAW GIRL "The Blue Law Girl" is Ntw York'* latent revue feature. Charles Dillingham, manager of tht Sew York Hippodrome, conceived it. Watching the chorus of 300 scamper about tht stage attired in revealing costumes, he wondered: "How'U 1 dress 'em when the blue laws comet" The novelty shown here is the result. Miriam Miller, one of the principal Hippodrome dancers, is shown as "The IHue Laic Girl"-*~today and when the blue laws pass. House of Lords in India Inaugurated DELHI, India. Kel>. 11—With ■plendld Oriental pagrantry, the duke of Connaught today officially opened the new chamber of princes —a sort of royal senate or house of lorda— one of the bodies forming In nla'a new parliament. The chamber will hare practically no executive functions, but be more of an advisory body. composed of rul ing princes, and Is designed to pre rent aay Jealousy or friction among the autocratic native potentates over the Introduction of democratic meth oda of government thru an elected parliament. The council of atate and legislative assembly will be opened tomorrow, ami wiil exercise a limited form of home rule, the British viceroy re tainlng supreme executive and veto powers. England to Remove Import Butter Tax LONDON. Eng. Feb 11-The ministry of food will finish buying and importing butter on March II next, when the present Australasian contracts will expire After that date free importation will be al lowed. BWBREAIH Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets Get at the Cause and Remove It fir Edwards' Olive Tablet*, the sub stitute for calomel, act gently on the bowels Jndnom lively do the work. People afflicted *it(j hod breath find quirk relief through l>r. Edwards' Olive Tablet*. The pleasant, sugar-coated tablet* are taken for bad breath by ail who know them. Dr. Edwards' (Hive Tablet* act gen tly but firmly on the bowel* and liver, stimulating them to natural action, clearing the blood and gently purifj ing the entire iystem. They do that which dangerous calomel don without any of the bod after effects. All the benefits of nastv. sickening, griping cathartics are derived from Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets without gnping. paint* any disagreeable effects. Dr. K M. Ed wards discovered the formula after wen teen years of prac-1 tice among patients afflicted with bowel and liver complaint, with the attendant bad breath. Olive Tablets are purely a vegetable compound mixed with olive oil; you will know tliem by their clivc color. Take one or two every night for a v. cut and note the effect 15c and v<Oc. NOTICE DrMSipes r Now Located 306 EITEL BLDG. PAINIJCHH EXTRACTION ] KRKK ! DAILY 10 TO I? A. M. j J Dr. M. 0. Sipes Dentist m Kltel Hl'fg. KllUitt 1437 Ten Persons Cooped Up in Single Room QRAXD RAPIDS. Mich. K»b U ■ touting Iroipcrinra dlfrovtitd ten iwmofw. Including man and wit*, five children, grandfather, grand mother and a boarder Uvtng In a ■ Ingle room. furnUhed with three bed*, clove, table, two chair*, a baby carriage and a black oat. Tha ten ant* alrpt In shlfta and dined aland lug up. Must Kiss Wife and Swear Off Drinking NEW YORK, Feb ! 1 -Jacob Hoth mu»t ktaa hi# arlfr at lcm«t oticm avary tUy and swrsr off Intoxicating llq uora. Thus <1 d Maglstreit Schwab aattia th* dlfflruttt«« b*tw**n K«»th and his wlf*. Mm lloth had Jacob arrtoted, and *ihiblt+d a *rat<h on h*r for«h(Md to prov#» that h*r hu» land treated her badly. Tha wn trnca of OM court uliifac tory to both. Remnant Sale SATURDAY »1»00 T*f»d AA Coat. VWtWW $15.00 $:0 Q« 8er«« Dre»« Jt -SB.OO $»»00 I^Athrrrtto /f\ t '* t m} $i5.00 ISi.OO Btack Fur f&\ \ ' m $19.50 vjllLV' i:ooo Mt.w cioth Co»t r ' $7.00 lio «o silk popim a«j \ • I «P«}iUU $lO 00 Navy QC Hp.rt-C.Mit so<t/D $14.00 lilac k QC r . i 4>4.«/D $15.00 |4 . 00 Woo! Q Cimt for 9 1 v tOU $24.50 Hi 00 Bergs J" AA Suit for spIO.UU SIO.OO $2., 00 Silk AA f>rr#««i fnr *P%J •\J\J SIO.OO s'.'oo 00 Fur #nr Coot for «J>©O»UU s*n oo Fur <£OQ t A c<...r.0 for $»5 00 fur trimmed ;.'r $34.50 s6r. oo riotb <COQ (JA Coat for «P^*7«o\S s4.'. 00 Hi-rmi tf«l r Cap" for «P 1 O.UU $35.00 flush .fcO Eft Cap* Coikt.o «DO.OU S2O 00 Taffeta Ags f\f\ Dre*» for O aUv HOFFMAN'S 1510 Wmtliikc mm] Fourth Nwr I'ike School Children should be plump, rosy-cheeked and bubbling over with vim and vitality. Scott's Emulsion is unsurpassed for f)urity and goodness, t should be a Jhftk great help to yju your boy or girl. 4JL Voir ft H o-wne Bfftomfltld. N J 20 U THE SEATTLE STAR TOURISTS ON . THE DECREASE California Resorts Are Hard Hit by Slump HAN KRANCIHCO. *>b. II.—A slump In trail" Itu* lilt California'* tourist bualnaaa, on* of the atnte'a htCKeat aourcaa of lucom*. Wilkin tha paat thraa month* transcontinental railroad traffic haa dropixxl off practically 10 per cant. Mcorllni to offlclala of th« Inaillnc rallromla her*. Thla io per rant repreaenta prao tlcnlly tha antlra wlntar tourlat trade on which California raaort rltlaa hava Known to depend inimmlty. I Intel keeper* In nil purta of tha atate ara reporting heavy cancellttr Hon of reaervatlona. Where l»*t Hepternber hotela had naenatlnn llwta larger than they could accommodate. they ara now ■trumclln* to make eiperiaea Three nanon* are riven for the atidden dropping off of tourlat rev enue Ktr«t, the recent Increajia In rail ratea. Second, the (renernl baatn a■ a ■lump. Third, tha ununually light winter In the Kant, IXI* Angela*. n* the principal tour lat city, haa t«-«-n doubly hard hit. for itw touriet alump foll«iwa retrench ment In the movie Induatry. EVKRETT Klka hoM reception In honor of 40 10-w cltl*< na [Nuwlng niiturj«ll*aUon. -"Whenever a top grade, ready-made suit can be bought for $25 to $35, the boycott is going to col' lapse. In That.Case, the Buying Boycott Never Even Reached Fahey-Brockman's ■ fFahey-Brockman's rockbottom UPSTAIRS prices reflect the • prevailing market conditions so faithfully that they constantly . meet every condition in price and quality that the buying public demand at any time. High Grade, Beautifully Tailored SUITS and OVERCOATS with some as low as S2O and others as high as S4O, but all at Fahey-Brockman rock ' bottom market prices. Greatest Values Yet —__ It is no exaggeration to say that never in our history did The Fahey-Brockman offer the men and young men of the Northwest Fahey-Brockman the wonderful values we do today. Upstairs Plan Fahey-Brockman's present UPSTAIRS prices are all the way Low Rfnta—piain store,- from $lO to S2O per garment,lower than even Fahey-Brock man'» la»t Fall's UPSTAIRS prices. *ket Prices—Alterations Free New Spring Prices Plus n v .. _ . That means to say that the new Spring prices you've been waiting for are Or Your Money Back here—NOW. They are_3o% to 35° ' Q last FalFs wholesale prices, plus the regular Fahey-Brockman UPSTAIRS saving of $lO per garment. "" You Need Not Wait a Day Longer—Buy the Fahey-Brockman UPSTAIRS Way-NOW FAHEY-BROCKMAN BLDG. ARCADE BLDG. (Entire Two Top Floors) • (Over Rhodes Co.) THIRD AND PIKE FAH H- I&qaiMjd HARDINGS MOVING INTO THE WHITE HOUSE The first vanload of goods belonging to the I far ding 8 is shown being moved into the White House. Mrs. ffarding spent several days in Washington supervising the, disposition of household effeels in the. Harding residenee on Wyoming are. 'SOCIETY' IS ON DECLINE Thing of Past in England, Argues George S. Street J/jN'IOV, Feb li.—The backbone of the arlatocracy In England baa t**n broki-n, atatea Oeorge 8. Btrei-t In the Nineteenth Century, a con. aervattve magazine with tradltl<*ia. Koctety on a selective element e®. erclalng a force In morale, polltli «, and religion no longer exlata. Indi viduate there are of power, of dire't. Iva force, but the cant* nt longer la to be found. "Oeneral society," he wrltea. "aa an lnatltution la gone. Nobody carca. The prophecy that the #xp»rl»n<-ei< of war would tend to break down die. tlnctlona "f 'la** hue lieen JuatlfJ'd on the whole, but apart from Out. we have !<■< n growing for lon* «» like one another that alra of aociilj auperlority trnd to absurdity. Oofl the old fashioned k*ep up. ' 'The monotony of communism la llk<*ly to l»e our*. One man la more powerful, one rti n»r, one hta t<etter l.r.ilna and their fellows them accordingly. But~rnere position' la not a matter about which reasonable i aopia are stiU corv cem«l " Thua In Kngland titles now are otew>tct<> adornmenta. But, di-»plte Htreet'a arguments, they're el ill crowding for the "ea> tie" and titles Juat the aarne. i MONTR KAL. Can.Klla n P»r|fl<» I 'amine* for w'fk cnillnK February 7, 13.370.000.