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WF.DNT.snAY. MARCH 2. 1021.
INIIIIIIII[BIIJipi4tS E R V I C E [«IIIIIIII!IIIM|I||||||II|V Mahogany | Floor lamps | fj 1 .amps anil a select I chrome, all with Sj new fashions in )■ / H' j||g|||py shades, will not s jillfislLi fail to interest you ■ price induce- ® ment has any at- sf . traction for you— 3 B Lfc»\\ prices never so low g \] as at present. Lamp 0 8 $ stand and shade 9 ?« complete at $27.50, S f| $29.50, $31.50, = ÜBKRAI. CREDIT KXTKNOKD == tustsxrua&co.ikd 2 WHKRK riKK MKBTS riFTM 3 iiimiiiiii^iiiiiir^^^i^*i»^^iJM^s!«iiiiiiiiraiiiiiiiiii«F Catarrhal Deafness and Head Noises MWPI.K tt »T TO THK4T A.NII HMJItK AT UOHK If you have catarrh. catarrhal ■Karn-n* or head noises by or If phlegm drop* Itt your and has raunfd catarrh of stomach or bowU yoif wilt be ■fclad to know that then* distressing • fsytnptoms may be entirely overcome In many Instances by the following treatment which you can easily pre pare in your own homo at little ««>at Secure from your drutrgtui I • urn-e of Parmlnt t Double Strength). Take this home and add to It l 4 plnf of hot water and H little granulated •ugar, stir until diseoivod. Take one tableopo«>nful four Ante* a day An Improvement In sometimes noted after the flint day* treatment. Breathing should become easy, while the dt*tro*ntnff b*a<! noise*. heart aches. dullness, cloudy thinking. etc., should gradually dlnsppear und-r the tonic action of the treatment. of smell, taste, defective hearing and mucus dropping in the back of the throat arc other symptoms which suggeot the presence of catarrh and which may often be overcome by this efficacious treatment It is -aid that nearly ntnaty per cent of all car troubles are cau**d by catarrh and there must, therefore, be many peo ple whos* hearing may be restored by this wimple. harmleM. home treat ment. —Advertisement. THE BIG AUCTION SALE B OMENTAL M WIGS STARTS TODAY AT THE NEW WASHINGTON HOTEL BANQUET HALL TWO SESSIONS DAILY AT 2 P. M. and 8 P. M. UNTIL A CERTAIN NECESSARY AMOUNT OF CASH IS RAISED EMMANUEL & COMPANY Established in Seattle 1908 Note Location: New Washington Hotel Banquet Hall What Congress Is Doing Today KK* \rr. Judiciary etounUiN t» race!*# See rfdry of ths Tr*Murr Houston a r«. ply to the il«m4Ad for d«U oo fortlga MM Cottftma ««* the army appropriation Mil to preeent partial report lUau»u«s drbaie on na«al appropria tion bill. HOI *K Judiciary exported to reach dtrlalon «>s tn)p«4rhia*M rhargra Against Judge K. M l*aadia. of (Tllitl* Cva«i<lfrati«i of conf*renea reports ronttoued New Primary Law Passed by Senate OLTMPIA. SUnb I—Providing that •very p»r*on nhall dwlar* his party affiliation* at the tlm» of r»cl twtng. and shall only t» prmitiM to vote at pr.marirs according to this declaration of political faith, thn •mmdMl primary law waa paasrd by th* trnutr rntrrdny. Senate Bill to Regulate Racing Would End Crookedßookmaking OI.YMriA, Mnrrh Z If senate bill No. 11 |>u»«en the house. hor*e racing will be placed under stats regulation In Washington. The Mil provides for the appointment of a commission of flvs l»y tha governor to govern the conditions at all race tracks. Including thoae at state and county fair a Karh n»<* track asso ciation must apply to this commia sion for permission to conduct races, and the commission lias authority to close any race track at any time Tha taw providea that there shall be no "bookmaking"' This will do away with the old time "bookies" who brought the racing game into disrepute. Tha commission may authorise the use of pari mutuel ma ABOUT THIS TIME O' YEAR chine*. or It may refuae to authorize them IM IU.IC < OI 1.1 CT* \l.l. TIIK MUM \ The i.an mutuel mat hinea arc uwwl In Kentucky. They provide the betting medium under the new con dition* by eliminating "Imokmnkln*" and allowing the puMlo to reeulate the odd* and to collect all the money bet, Icmm a light commlaaion for the upkeep and maintenance of the track Heretofore, and at prewnl at all county and nlate falra. the book maker* fl*ed the odd*, and uaually the odda were auch that the hookle* t/v.k utout »0 per cent of the |>e« ple'a money With the pari mutual machines, the thine la altirether dif- TIIE SEATTLE STAR ferent. The public beta with lt*«-lf, not with the booklM. Thua. If there are three horee* In tbe race. A. It and C, and SI,OOO la l»t on A. 12.000 la bet on It. and 13,000 bet on C. there would l>c a total let by the public of stl,oo©. If >th» horae named A wlna, that part of the public which bet on him wlna ! tha money bet on the other horae*. or li.OOfl, maklnir the odd* 5 to 1. If It win*. $4,000 la won. or $ to I. If t* wlna. $3,000 la won. or I to 1. In ahort. the public at all time* de. termine* the odd*, and the "crooked" t«ooknuiker la abaolutely out of buai naea I In Kentucky a eommlawlon of 5 per rent la taken of all t>eta to pay The Rhodes Co. STOKE lIOUU3 9 TO 5:30 A Final Cleanup Sale of GoSScircl 32 Winter Suits at $14.95 Front-Lace Kfcoiid Hoor 1 Suit, wize 84, formerly. .$95.00 \ v^OTSGtS 1 Suit, size 34, formerly. .$75.00 J A special purchase of 1 Suit, Rize 36, formerly. .$75.00 I E aC h 961 high grade, perfect 1 Syit, size 38, formerly. .$75.00 / fitting silk and brocaded 2 Suits, size 34, formerly.s6s.oo/ KeOUCCd coutj | anf j plajn pjnk 1 Suit, site 40, formerly. .$69.50 \ i n sets offer an unusual 9 Suits, size 36, formerly.sss.oo / va)ue jn 5 spc , cia |i y pric ed 6 Suits, size 16, formerly.s.>s.oo ( 6 Suits, size 34, formerly. $59.75 \ "1 A QPC groups at 1 Suit, size 3H, formerly. .$55.00 ltD $1.95, 92.95, 93.95, 1 Suit, size 40, formerly. .$55.00 I $4.95 and $0.95 1 Suit, size 48J/4, formerly $55.00 I ( . Maln Moor 1 Suit, size 52'/-, formerly $55.00 / T TXJTTXTQ New Arrival* of 36-inch colored Handker- SILK BLOUSES aSdftts ask, a yard 92.50 f ment of damt V fit y |es - de * 22-inch Linen Napkins, signed of pood quality of formerly SIO.OO, reduced \ /\ silk crepe de chine and to 97.50 Georgette, trimmed with 22-inch Napkins, V g j acc cm hroidery and tucks, formerly $12.50, reduced / m \ IJL . ... ... to .... 99.00 / o,VL«\ 36 l ° ' 72x72 Linen Cloths, for- / /\ flesh, bisque and gray. An merly SIO.OO, reduced i \ \ 1 *. i-'tfV exceptional value at to <. 97.50 \ \\ a r,~ 72x90 Linen Cloths, for- \ \ Qu merly $12.50, reduced V to 99.50 I'M** Floor I'ppcr Main floor New Cotton Fabrics for Spring New Novelty at the New Prices Baronet Satin I pprr Main Hoor t'PPT Main Hoor 27-inch Ginghams, a yard 18c. 20c, 25c and 35c / T*HE striking self-col -32-inch Ginghams, a yard. .2."> c. 35c, 50c, 75c and 85c 1 ored patterns in which 30-inch Jap Crepe, in 25 Spring shades, a yard...3sc these new Baronet Sat- *\ 30-inch Plis.ne Crepes in assorted colors, a yard...4oc ins are displayed make 36-inch Percales in assorted patterns, a yard. .2. r >c-35c them particularly desir -38-inch Voiles, a yard able for separate skirts -45-inch Imported Swiss Organdies, all colors, yd.51.25 ate Spring wear. They 30-inch Serpentine Crepe in assorted patterns, yd.3sc are 40 inches wide, and 36-inch English Suiting, in assorted stripes, yd. . .50c shvwn in pink, turquoise 36-inch Devonshire in assorted patterns, a yard. ..45c and ivory. Yard.. 94-00 !for all eipeneea. j Under the Waahlnrt/in law, the comnumlon would fix thin percent age. Jt would alao determine how many day a of rartnir there ahould tie, but in no event can It be more than 15 daya. Advocate* of the Mil contend rhat jit la better under atate control than [to let It continue at the vartoua fair ajuiorlattnna uncontrolled. They contend that racing under thetr plan la aa far removed from old condition* at the Meadow* aa the old time bar and aaloon la removed from the government dlapenaary plan. They point out that alnce the gov ernor'a commlaaion controla the game In all ejiaentlal detaila. the gnv ernor naturally would place men of high atandlng on the board, who would atand for only the cleaneet aport. CHARGES FILED AGAINST LYDON OLYMPIA. March I Member* of the medicine. surgery and hyul'nf committee of thi» house arc turning n»fr to GOT. hart affidavit* mak ' in* serious charges against John H | lydon. chairman of the state board of druglevs examiners. according to statements of commute mfmbwi. The affidavits, prepared by mm and women who have been practic trig drugless therapeutic*. state that liydon, who nl*o Is president of the ! Mate association of drugless phys i irian*. offered for nalc diplomas ; from hi* Amprloin University of SanlpractlrT at Seattle at from $lO 1 10 I'iOO each; that he Is guilty of ' mLsailmlnlstnitlon In office and that j lie Issued his diploma.* despite the fart that his college has been oper ating but 6S weeks, while the state law provides a course In druglens therapeutics shall run for 108 weeks. J Chiropractors and osteopaths charge that coined the word leanlpractic to draw business and that he obtained a copyright on It despite the fact that sanlproctic, as applied by I*ydon, incorporates noth ing not used by other druglesa phys ' iclans. The affidavit* In question are In the hands of Representatives Mo (illnn, Cory and Kresky, of the houw committee. SUFFERED WITH ECZEMAI4 YEARS All Oyer Body. Itched and Burned. Caticnra Heals. " I suffered for fourteen years with • severe case of ecrema which was scattered nearly all over my body. At first It seemed like pimples and then turned to blisters and itched and burned so badly thst I scratched and irritated the affected parts. I could not sleep at night. "A friend told me about Cuticura Soap and Ointment and after using four cakes of Cuticura Soap and three boxes of Cuticura Ointment 1 was completely healed, in two weeks." (Signed> Mr. E. W. Robbins. R. 3, Bo* 72, Westby, Wis., July 12,1920. Give Cuticurs Soap Ointment and Talcum the care of your skin. luipl* iMh ?FM br Mtll "OalitmUb •fftterlM. D«pt H M*l4aa «•. M*m " Bold r»cry. wh«r» Soap Ointment tt and K>f Talmm 9>r lUrCutkura Soap ihtTM without mi|. "Cricking" Latest Form of Lobby OLYMTIA. March 2.—The lateat thing In lobbying hu made Its ap penrajice at this seaalon of the Irgln injure. The n*w procem of corralling legi* latlve votes 1* known an "cricking." Lobbyists for various drugleo* heal ing bill* have offered free treatment* to the Kolonx to demonstrate the ef ficiency of their method*. By taking the 'jrrlck" out of a solon's neck, they hope to Influence his vote. More than two-third* of th<« legl*. lature ha* undergope the "cricking" proce** thu* far. Prominent mem ber* of both house* have *el*ed the opportunity to get a free nutsmg*. Alcoholic treatment*, however. *tlll retain their popularity a* lobbying method*. Kincaid to Talk on Fish of Washington "Filth Life of Washington" will be th.- mihject of an Illustrated lecture by I'rof Trevor Klncald of the Vnl v entity of Washington at 8 o'clock to. night at the Chamber of Commerce. The public Is Invited. STORK KOR ISEHL ARTICLKSB^hhm ALBATROSS WALL FINISH Special. AQ 5-Ib. pk K ....'*i/C /g\ V Albatross can he applied by anyone, and produces a beauti- :*•_ ful finish on interior surfaces. Simply mix with cold water. Choice of white and 12 colors. V 50c package Wall Size, spe- I i cial, 43<. I- IS) Main Floor " ■—^ Cut Glass Sugar Mail Box With and Creamer Padlock 5T.... 75c 39c Three beautiful pattern* ftre Regular 70c offered at thla special price— A regular 350 Black Japanned the Grape and two Floral de- Mail Box, complete with a 3;>c padlock and 2 key a. R .wmc.it Special, complete 39c RiU^mrtU Main Floor ■O House Cleaning Special Consists of I— -Quart Galvanized Bucket riff*Ai&iXffl ,r> hars Joy White Laundry Soap ljl |/y\Xjr hTjrfJ 1 can Eagle Lye M SO*PS three items, JQ JdUhP complete, special... *T %j V» 2222-2Z222' llascineiit Sfwl&ear AND UNION STREET. Itching PILES • PA2O OINTMENT loittatlr K*> bewea ITCHING PILES and yom can g«t reatful sleep after the Am application. All draggtot* are anthcrind to refund the money If PAZO OINT MENT fella to Cure any eaae of ITCHING. BUND. BLEEDING or PROTRUDING PILES. Cures or dinary eaeee In • day*. tfce warn cases la 14 day*. U U guaranteed bf Part* Mat* Idns On.. 8c Umla. Ma, Mu» lecturer* of the warid-ffemoM Grove's Laxative Bramo OiHntai tablets. Thli signature to on every beat of PAZO OINTMENT. 80a. PAGE 5