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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY It. 1921.
Thomas Meighan in "THE FRONTIER OF THE STARS" Leaves Friday Night .SECOND NEAR SENECA I Saturday Brings I First National's I Anniversary I Attraction- I wm • J ■ L mm I Not one wife I I should miss I I this picture— I I the screen's H I most dramatic I I revelation of I I the secrets B I that husbands I I hide! I I STRAND I I ORCHESTRA I I Elmore Crowhorst I I on the Organ I I First National I I Kinograms I Cuticura Soap The Velvet Touch If your gums arc sore and bleeding you have Pyorrhea. This disease should be cured to insure good health. We specialize in high clans dentistry at reason able prices consistent with best work. Ironclad guar antee 15 years. Extracting absolutely without pain or bad after effects. United Painless Dentists 608 Third Ave., cor. James Elliott 3633 Home Economics Is New Course for Men STATE OOLLKOK, Pa- K»b II ~ ' The futurn wivp* of ■tud'-nUi of Slav | CoM»k<* will farp well. A hom* »< o ; nomlrp dppnrtinrnt for rnal'- atudamU | ha* b**n op»*n"<l which will tnarh | "ookin* and kindred art*. Wf < i j- / '■^Jk^r HOME OF THE BEST SZSO GLASSES ON EARTH Examinations Free Our «ip'Tl»n'» In vlalon te*tln* enable* ua to correct your eye* with scientific accuracy. We apeclallze In the moat modern forma of aprrtaclea and eye irlaaaex (>rtnrtliic In our own modern l*n» icrlmlinr plxr.l—the popular Torlc anil Kr.vptoU IN VISIItI-1 EIKM AI. LKNSB& Alwaya ItHiabla Marcum Optical Co. til KlllttT AVKM K Near MadUon Eat. ISM BRITISH SEEK COMPROMISE PEACE IN IRELAND Great Hritain is seeking peace with Ireland on the basis of home mile without complete separatum. Sinn Fein insists on the right of the Irish people to set up a free republic, absolutely independent of llritain. The Hritishproposal would mean a mother parliament in London, a parliament for the south of Ireland, in Dublin, and a jwrliament for Ulster, tn llelfa.it. Lloyd George, l)e Valera aiul F.duard Carson are shown in the territories u here they are leaders. MEXICO NOW IS BOOMING Reconstruction Progresses Rapidly in Country MKTinO CTTT. Keb 11 •tin* In Me«lco l«n"t »hut It u*»d to b*.~ U 111* thankful e*i>rea*ioß of Americana. All th* way from Nuoro !,aredo on th* Tex a* border to thin dtjr on*'* I* flll*<l with th* *vid«nc» of th* trunendoua pr«*rea* tow.ird Mild tm»nirtriictnin mad* In two jntrt M >«t of thl* work tiu been don* *lnc* Obr»ir>o overthrew Unvna Uot May. Where two jr*ar» »«o *t>ldl*n» w*r* n»rrted by th* nrhail to r*p»l po» Mbl* bandK *tt*< k* on th* train* I' >da r only two rid* in *ach <L>y coach. American Pullman* now nm thm from Antonio to Mealco City afford In* all mnd*m comfort* I'mwrrwrt* ar* quickly vliwd at th* border and b ° ys ' j j L EI MflpE Men's Clothes | Most drastic and sensational price cutting in his- 1 Shoe Bargains SUITS Values up to $25 I I I tor y °f Seattle. Our stock must be closed out. We ■ Boys' Scout Shoes— SI2 85 I I have re-marked every article in this big store at I $3.98 cititc \ii' » I I prices which mean quick disposal. The store is I Boys' Wear Well Shoes— SUITS-V.IU.. up u. *7O I njy I p flame with bargaint lt uto your intere>t lo be ■ $2-48 SUITS—V.Iue. up to S4O Boy.' CMpjow^Sho..- si*.BS Hii>K khirts. «ia 1" *ii iii.ack rk Mi au.wooi. Men. Chippewa Shoea— SUlTS—Values up to $75 ■ to ron at tl 1 C ■ $4.98 $34.85 I $2.48 - $5.85 $6.85 | I Men's Army Last Shoes— SUITS Vkluu UD to S6O I JOHN B. STKTSON STIFF III.ACK SATKKN SHIRTS MFVS IIKAVY QQ I $4.48 2>Uli:>— values up to *>u m hats at at tkoi skks at, ikh i aik OOC ■.. , c TTT C l suits s v?"® s ,us I $3.95 98c $2.95 aUIId — values up to 900 ■ kink ktktnons ioopkks hkavy fxion atiii.ktk inion $Q AQ. I M t «?• r» C l *«q oc I AT siits AT si ITS AT ■ Men s Fine Dress Shoes— f ■ Aft mm* d»0 Ol? 00. WHFTKIIANDKEWHIKKS B » AO Fine Overcoats— I $5.45 JZ.OD \)oC O ■ CO OK ■ MKN*S SIIIKTS. SII-K MKDUOOTT wool, K AW AND \ISKOW OC ■ LADIES'SHOES HALF PRICE $13.05 ■ MIXKD. AT IMIKKVVKAR AT (DM.AKS BLACK <ASIIMKRK lIOSK ■ * , ... Cravenette OveTcoaU— ■ (1 QQ £9 QC OQ r I. Your dollar a * ■ «P 1 («70 / «P4««/u IvIL C+\J ■ long way in our ohoe Ue s9>Bs partment. I BOYS' SUITS I Underwear SfIHBBOHHSHBHHBM I SSc DrewTtai Values up 1» $lO, AC SI.OO li'°t°h«WoA*Glov« I I Vaiiiw up to sl2, tC*QC I V^tSTSpf. Hanes Underwear ■ 2 3c Canvas (iloves at JO.OO President Suspenders ■ J h »J" $1.50 Caps ■ —CUT TO— Values up to S2O, <£>7 or —CUT TO— I l t $1.50 Dress Shirts M —LLllu— at F & / .OO ■ $2.50 Worfc Shirts CUT TO I Values up fo $25, 03 H —CUT TO— 98c ■MUM"' • mil —-I sjL4B__ Everything Thrown 1 PALACE CLOTHING Co| Feb Y i2th, M 9 e^m Sat " IWe Starts 9A. M. FIRST AVE. AND SPRING ST. Ralance ol Kennedy's Stock I y *«* $2.98° w THE SEATTLE STAR Tuberculosis Talk by Miss Mae Larkin "laboratory t>la*i>n*la of Tiilxt ruloeia" will ha Ui* mil>)*»t of a paper which Mlaa Ma* I ..irkln. alal* l«.te rl.>!o*i»t. will mad to ih* Waah »n*tnn Htat* Public Health Nur-»<' aaaorUMnn at th* htrh achool In Kv »r»tt Saturday aft*rnm>n. North Side Banker Will Plead Monday Paul Si ha«»ff*r, former teller of th* North Bid* Htat* Bank, will pt*ad to a chare* of *r*nd larceny on IVlirtiary 14 Jud** Kin* t>yk* man Thursday afternoon irranted him additional tlm* bafoi" Ui l««*p*ct»4 with llttl* In eNVMkM Kvery city, from th* border to th* capital.. In- ludln* Mont*r*y. Halt I 'lo and Han l.uia i'otoal. la doln* *ood bttalnaaa. Meilco Oty 1* th* meoc* of Arner lean travrlin* aaleamen. H»*i<lrnt American# who d* nounoed WTteoti for not Inlervenln* In M'llco. would recent It today. If Hardin* were to Intcrven*. Mrs. C. Roger* Brown Get* Divorce Decree Mr*. Harriette I *•« Brown. wife of Charles Rogers ilrown, president of lti>«rr« (Irawn A Co.. Heat tie Im porter*, obtalmd • divorce dnT»< In an uncontested action In Judge A W Frater'* court ThurwUy Hhe w*» awarded ctMtody of the three children. |:M a month alimony and *pe»-l*l aumi nmi'unliti« to 11000 together with the horn*, tho ftir nuhlnir* arid a Bacluud automobile. They Wfr» married February 16 I*o7. In F.l*ln. 111. Teachers to Hear of Northwest Products The cwpel of Northwmit product* will be preached to I.tOO ftchooltrorh era at the Metropolitan theatre on the nl*ht of February 19. The Nwthwnit product* committer of the Chamber of t'nmm»r<» will tell them plana fur teaching the Norlhutal to use honie manufactured products. nDd burrtm of Ui<" (irutd ( uiynn of tho Colorado hav» forced out na tlV* wild jr-wnr by denuding the paa tur» lan-L GOTHAM HAS A CIVIL WAR Borough of Richmond Is Threatening to Secede NF.W TORK. Feb 11.—Port of New fork t* talking about *e«cdlnif'i Kver hear of the Borough of Rich- ! m«»nd? It* part of New York —bel ter known ax Ktatcn Inland. Btaten Inlander* are mad bec*tj»e 111* city a4mlnl*trm'lon In pa**ing out pluin*. from public office* to parka. ha* l»in overlooking lli'-ir borough. Out of New York"* 5.1J0.01* people, the Borough of Richmond hna 111.. 631. It* nearly a* large a* Halt Uk> City, Fall lUver or !>«** Molne* In «re« Richmond la bigger than the Bronx and alm"»t, an large iut Brooklyn. covering h9 square mi lea Rtaten Inland wna annexed to New York City alone with Brook- Upon the atuff that ured to be but lyn. the Bronx and Queen* county, In im. <IIARI<KJ< HKIIHKHI), of Sp<» kan». ntntß r*publl<-*n chief, wtl! talk j*>llUc» to the Womfn'i King County Hrpubllcan club at a lunrh • ton at Mevra' cafeteria Morula> j noon Satin factory TYtttw Aluxrya THE GROTL-PANWNOO. OTTO / MO ft, PrrtiJrM ' Sea Grass Rugs Have Prices Reduced IF YOU have a bedroom or a sun porch floor that needs covering, here is your opportunity to buy attractive rugs at a saving- Made of heavy twisted grass, closely woven, with the colors dyed into the stock before weaving. Sea Grass Rugs are a satisfactory floor cov ering—they are both sanitary and serv iceable. The following sizes have the prices reduced: 9x12 special. $7.95 6x9 special... $4.75 Bxlo special. $6.00 4-6x7-6 $3.75 Hfnotid Floor. But; Section 154 Graduated by Business College Impreimlve ceremonies marked the a rad nation Thursday night at Masonic Tefnpls of 154 atudcnUl of Wilson's M'id'm BuMnes* college John P Hartman presided. Carl CroMjn made the grttdtiation talk. arid the Ite* John l>. Mrl*uchUin. St. Mark'* rector, delivered the Invoca tion. for flood. Juicy Ptrak, So to Boldt'*. Advertisement. Prices Down HOYTS DOUGHNUTS REDUCED Now 25c Dozen Made and Sold ONLY at 322 Pike St. HOYTS Successful treatment of dlseai tonsil* and tbront without nr>«ratl< testimonial*. Herb Medicine C Bo* 851, Seattle. J»>. OCR PRICS jBHMQC Vmr CIHM lk« Uveal to Seattle VV«Hb k X AMIX A- T, °» Broken leases Depllrated far tH *l*** 4 \ IIPTH tl. t'O. Urn lost* (IplomrtrW-OfIMM ft-« Pike riaee Market Brlow Kotery Bakery Uric Acid PoisonM (By Dr. N. C. Cook) A potson aa dangerou* as strycbul le manufactured within our OW Irodiea, called uric acid. When It • <-umtilaten In the body and the let ney* fall to rarrtr It off, we su<Vj from dull headache, *|eepl mum muscular pains, lumbago, or It RU niuw rheumatlam or gout. The W acid can be seen In the cloudy ant) ment In the water —what l* called ti "brick dust." looted on the sidto I i the vessel containing It—after a M hour*' standing. The water to seal) i high-colored, strongly acid, and Ml | should be a danger sign, and if M t*k< n In time by cutting out ' meat, tea and alcohol may end' I > rheumatism or gout. Take "An tfric," first dlseovertfl I l>r. Pierce, of the Surgical 1 nstitul in Buffalo, N. Y. An uric (antl-uc acid) Tablet* can be obtained at 4 moat any drug store. —Advertto i ment. PAGE 3