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Seattle bl'iss Ames to Wed Mr, Bailla rgeon; Bri da < Parti/ Will Hr Compli mented; Dancing Parti) for Betrothed Pair. Mr and Mm Kdgar Amr« an nounre the en**«t<mrnt of thelt daughter Minrurt. to Mr John Ai thur lUllUrcn'O, *on of Mr. Joaeph A. Halllarireon Th« new* wtu dl*clo*ed yenterday when Ml** Amm entertained a «r»u|i of eloee friend* Informally with u luncheon given at h*r home The marriage will lake place the flntt week In April. In honor of ihelr daughter Mtr fa ret, mul her fiance, Mr. Haillar ireon. Mr and Mm Ame* will be home on Sunday. March the *l*th. from IS until S o'clock The reception will l»e inform*!, flv Inn opportunity for the nwm friend* of the betrothed pair to call and of f«r congratulation*. • • • Bridal Party to Be Feted Complimenting Ml** Alio Hrace and her flunce. Mr. ticrakl Wae. h t*r. nod the mtinbui of their brtdtfl party. Mr and Mr* John Ink*ter will be supper hosta at th«lr home Sunday evening • • • Affair for Betrothed Pair Judge H. A. »». Myers and Mr-. Myers have e*tend«d Invitation* to forty couple* for a dancing party to be Itlven at their home on Ft! day evening. M*rvh 11. honorlnic Miss Alice Brut and Mr (lerald Waechter, who*e nuirna** will be an event of March li • • • Bridge Tea Mr* Kra.no** W. Johnstone will entertain with a *mall informal bridge tea In her apwrtmenta a* the Kinnear on Friday afternoon. Informal Bridge Mlsa Mary Terr-el! and Mian Ruth Terpen will entertain with an In formal afternoon of brMn at their hof&e on Saturday. • • • Informal Tea in Compliment to Mrs. Green Mr». Robert I- Oreen will he the complimented ruest at a neighbor hood tea Mrs. Karl He Moss I* Blv tog at her hotn» on Friday afternoon Mr» Jason D. Butler will preside at the tea table. • • • Mrs. Neu'lovc Will Entertain Mr*. Georgs Newlovs, wife of Opt. Newlova. U. 8 A-. will enter tain with a tew at their Fort Law ton qoartrr*. Friday afternoon from four until six o'clock, compliment ing Mm. Charter Van Way. wife of Col Van Way. Tolled State* cavalry • • • March Program at Sunset Club Announced Thia afternoon at the Sunset club MUis Nellie Cornish tare an Infor mal talk on "Impressions of Cur rent Drama and Mualc In New Tork." with Mr* Robert P <".rerr and Mr*. Anna Thomsen Milburn aa hostesses. The eecond meeting of the club, which will be on Wednesday. March », will be for discussion of business In connection with luncheon at 12;i0 •'clock On Wednesday, March I*. at J, a musicals will be given with Mr Frederick W. Wallls, baritone, and Mr*. Margaret McCulloch I-ang. violinist, aa the soloists, and a cho rus selected from the I.adie*' Mu*l ctl club of Taroma. The hmtfwn Will be Mrs. Kdgar Ames and Mrs. Frederick Rausman. On Wednesday. March JJ, the program Is omitted. Mrs. Thomas Ruhm will entertain the club with a Jam monologue on Wednesday. March 30. at 3 o'clock. Mr*. Robert C. Brlnkley and Mrs. Joshua Oreen will be the hostesses • • • Tea to Greet Miss Cornish In greeting to Miss Nellie Cornish, who has recently returned from the East, a tea will be given at the Cor nish School of Music on Sunday, March from 4 until 6 o'clock. • • • Informal Tea Kntertainlng a few friends Infor mally at tea. Mr*. Corwln Klwrtlng will be hostess at her home on Frl day afternoon. • • • Dinner at Home Captain Evan K Meredith, V. 8 A , and Mrs. Meredith will be din ner hosts at their home thl* even ing, entertaining eight gue»t«. • • • Mrs. Castler Complimented In compliment to Mrs Stephen Castler, of Valdejt, Alaska, Mrs. I. C. Hogle and Miss Kdlth Boisarth entertained with a charming dinner of eight cover* at their home Sat urday evening. • • e Dancing Party The last social affajr of the win ter quarter on the University cam pus will be a dance given by the Women's Athletic association at the R. O. T. C. armory Saturday even ing. March 5. The proceeds of the dance will go towards the lodge being built by physical education majors at Os trich toy. • • • Mrs. Hale Luncheon Hostess In compliment to Mrs C. J. Rown, Mrs. N. H. Jlale entertained last Fri day at her home with a luncheon of fourteen covers. • • • Queen Anne Study Club to Have Charge of Little Tea Shop The Queen Anne Htudy club will have charge of the Orthopedic Tea Shop Thursday, with Mrs. C. W as hosier, maUUil by Mis. Helen Virginia Laucks The little daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Irving F. La tick*. —Portrait hy James <£• Memhrw. K 1> Kennedy. Mr* C. B Hlackal ler. Mr* W. A. Shuin. Mr*. J II Mnlon. Mr*. A. K. ISarttgher, Mr* N. M Kile*. Mr*. W. \V Hick*. Mr* I". O. Kereo and Mr*. It A Ty l«r. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Gould Postpone Sunday Tia Mr. in.! Mm Carl (iffliM hi ye postponed the lit they had planned for Sunday afternoon. March ». until Sunday. March 11. from 4 until t o'clock. due to the conflicting tUtea of the benefit tea for th« Seattle Symphony orchestra. which will be (turn at the homo of Dr and Mr* Frederick Bentley nm Sunday. • • • Pretty Wedding Solemnized A pretty wedding was solemnised on Saturday evening, February Zl. at the residence of Mrs, R Cairns, when Mr*. Mary Adeline Porter be came the bride of Mr. Joseph Jacob Miller of Bremerton. Rev. H_ D Brown reading the service In the presence of twenty relatives and friend*. The wedding march was played hy Mr*. libby Beach Brown. After the ceremony a dainty collation was served. Mr. and Mr- Milter win make fhelr home In Bremerton. SAVE MONEY AND TIME IN YOUR KITCHEN One source of waste on a rws stove Is generally overlooked. It la the loss of heat by radiation before the saucepan rear he* the boiling point. This la especially true In cold weath er and In the caM of a big metal pot. Hot air always rise* It la. there fore, possible to effect a considerable wiving of ens by covering tin sauce, pan lids with asbestos. To do this a sheet of asbestos one-sixth of an Inch thick la ne*«l»d From It, with a sharp pointed knife, circular pieces the sizes of various saucepan lids may be cut. A hole made in the center allows the knob to mme thru. The asbestos must never tie plaeed over an open pot. as the steam would soak It with moisture, but used as a roverlnc for a tin or gran Ite lid It will shorten the tim* for cold water's reaching the boiling point by more than five minutes This Is not only a saving of gas but of the cook's time as well. BAKING It Is Impossible to say that there Is a given temperature at which to Isike given bake-stuffa. Quick bis cuits or muffins may be baked In what Is known as a "quick oven" or In a cool oven with Increasing beat Both methods prove equally good. The size, shape and composition of the article being baked have much to do In determining the tempera ture. And the oven Itself Is an Im portant factor. The thin gas oven requires a higher temperature than the heavy oven of a big range. Successful treatment of diseased tonsils and throat without operation; testimonials. Herb Medicine Co.. Box 851, Seattle Advertisement. BREEZE ALONG BRISKLY Treading on air, m high It wn* thin air, too; gay. can -free, hamming MM went, alive with Hprlng and all that go«l with It In fart, whe fairly vibrated happlne**. llt Joy wti* nontaglouff. Everybody In her vicinity felt a new thrill of joy. We aek<d her the great wen-ret of her Joy. Had nhr ber?n left a legacy? Mad Jim Kpoken the inagic word, or what wa* it? "No; but for two year* IVe b*en longing to atep into a store and, preato! to come out completely out fitted In everything brand new. Kv erythlng trim and pretty, Juat aa I want It. liut, alaa, I didn't have the million. And then I aaw Cherry'a ad. Haw that th» ir utore wan fairly over flowing with lovely clothe that could be bought on credit—bought with only a little down and the rent aa I earn it. I obeyed that Impulae, and do you blame me for being happy? "Juirf look m* ov*r. Happy* Say don't spell th* word foijf nriotjKh to exprea* how I feel, Now I am try iriK to mak» othfrx happy by tilling them arwl Kivtng them <'h'*rry'n ad drum, whk:h I* 207 Jllnllo bids, on H'Tond ave., W*IMI Madlnon and HprlriK. over the Whistle."— Advertisement Personal Mr*. W O Dulmage who has been spending the past fortnight In l*ortiand. returned yesterday. • • • Mr an*t Mm Hurry Keytw Hrook*. who ha\e been spending »«vrml wrrku Mt Oortnvuto. have returned to UMlr hum« In IVnd. Or«. • • • Mr. an<l Mr* J C. C. Kdan are planning to sail March 10 on the Kmpre*a 1 f Russia from Vancouver. 11. C, for a trip to the Orient, re turning about May 11, s * e Mr. W. O. Dulmsg* is In San | Francisco on a business trip • * • Mr* Stephen O Castler and small laughter. Caroline Ann. departed [Tuesday morning for their hom* in j Valdei, Alaska, alfer (pending two month* In Seattle as gusets of rela Uvea and friends. • s • Mr*. Clarence Oilroy (Tormerly Miss Frances Braldl Is the guest of her parents. Mr and Mr* J. Kr«| | Braid, having recently returned aft er spending the winter in 1m An geles. Mr. OUroy will arrive from t the South In a short time to Join j Mr*. Uilroy and make their home | here. see Mr and Mrs Arthur Nordhoff wtTl leave Saturday for California, where they plan to remain for several month* e e s Ml** Anna Mlchaatt*. who ha* heen visiting In the city for the past two week*, left for her home In Vic toria. B. C., today. • • • Mr and Mr* R T SUnnard have returned from a short trip to Callfor rUa. APPLES I's® apples' There la no fruit more satisfactory from every point of view. I.lme and Irftn both are found In npplsa. Ijme la essential to dlge*. tion and Iron to life Itself. And from a purely mercenary side apples are one of the cheapest fruits A very diversified number of accept able desserts uae this fniit as a foundation Served with top milk or cream "Brown Betty," "Apple '•runt." "Apple Tapioca," "Apple Custard" and a do*en or more other* are delirious and nutritious aa well. Apples Inked for the children's lunch Is a dish that Is a real stand by. and should not be overlooked hy any mother. _ mi Wp fi Correct Apparrl for V* omrn New Arrivals mk Petticoats Both are attractively fashioned of Silk Jersey to conform to the linen of thin season's silhouette, and they are of a quality that assures long and (/ratifyinq service. mm m fW " of\ W U Li fjVl H n SECOND A VENUE AT SPRING STREET (Tokr IHe vat or to Third Floor) ET/I F> _ f T "«• »» tor niIKI'MATINM Kln.lr., M AJ J 1 . % <hf f o lirulth. .HI IMVN' TItKATMKM * ***** • *2.<wi prr Itni, Uracrlpllir hook frre. KAItIU < o>llAM. T.MO»., Wash. tot talc !»/ llrn M l«| a . AUv ti Li*«m«nt THE SEATTLE STAR ( 1.1 IIS MIR Till Kt4l>AY Ctilkt (iiifwrmlliin l/tri"" Central I'lrcle. Child Conservation league, will meet at 3 p. m in Central library. • • • Nrallle CKtr lrtWT»v«m»*U t'lub A busln«-»* meeting of Hi* Worn un's Civic Improvement dub at I 'p. m at the CnknthKi clubhouse . will b» followed by a talk given by I I'ruf. K 11. tlulheir of the t'nlvsr ilty of Washington. • • • furniit Century (liih Current Century club will meet In I Hal lard library at 2:30, with Mm II C. Fulllngton and Mlw Ida ; Know lion aa lettdsrs. • • • Nkirtmitti Ontury f'liib Nineteenth Century club will be 'entertained In the V. W C. A. |«tr lura. • • e K«»t I nion I 'bib Mrs W. Ilarmon. *045 l"lr*f »v» N. W, will bo hostess at the inert ; Ing of the Kast I'nlon Uub ait l> in. • • • Whiilirr r.T A. WTilttlsr I' T A. will lie enter tained at the home of Mr* I> EL llunn. 7131 I4tti ave N W An In vltation la e»ttfhd»d to all members and friends to be present. • • • MW4iig*n Ap|de IB——i Club Michigan A|>|>le lllossum • I lilt will meet with Mra. iKira Nichols and «l«»er* at 737 N 4*lh at. l,unrheon at 13 JO p m.. served by division 3. • s * Seattle Council of CatlmlU- IVmvfl The Neattle Coum II of GMMI Women N*»lng Circle will me>-t at i'rovldrnre hoapiut ft cut 10 a. m until t p m. • e • Soillle Review Vo. * Flattie Review No I. II A of the Maccabees, will give a progre*» ive whist parly at the < iff trrla. a e • DanfHlM* of HI limrte Daughters of HI Oer>r*e, Alexsn drm lodtts No. 113 will meet in M K U. A. hall. Kirst ave., at 130 p. m. • • a Oiapler A, P. K 0. Chapter A. I*. K O. will meet at II a. m with Mm lltorta U l>e Vt'biaa. 4311 Rurk* ave • • • I laughter* of the ( onfedrrary itobert K I<ee chapter I) A ft will meet with Mra C 1. Murray. !4!5 Third ave W„ at ! p m • • • \\ y KiwHt Club The Wy Knott rlub wilt meet I Thursday evening at I o clork at ; the home of Ml** Kdllh Armstrong., HIS Kederal ava. ass IU4 Ori—i Ntming (Was Red Cross nursing claases will meet st Rallard city hall and lAke. xide hospital rft I j*: for T. I» I gtrla at K. of C. hall at 7 p. m. and llroadwar high school at 7 IS p. m. • • • Ijufl**' Aid MoriHy ladle*' AI4 oorlefy of W l?nd • t M K church will me*t with Mm K Frmrlm, <OS& Third ave N j W.. *1 2 o'clock. Catarrh Germs Move Out When Ifvomri „ Moves In *io atemarh doalng Hynmel I* made rhlefly "f oil ft eualyptua lak»n from the 'ii •!>|.(n. fmnii ~f ifilind Atiatralia. and o rnblnrd with other r«r«|)*nl antl»rpti, • In Inland Auatralla th« itmni phere la a.. Impregnated with bal»am thrown out by the rural*ptua treea thai germa do no« thrive. and in ronifiiKnc rougha. told". • atarrh and other noa» and threat affliction* are praetlrally imknuan flreathe Hyomal and get the aim» pleaaant germ killing ittrri a» you would get in the euralyptua f.ir.«i. II jfumri la aold by Ilar«#• 11 Drug To and druggiata everywhere on a guarantee of aatiafactlon or m»ney refiindec MI-OKA Ends indigestion It relifv#« ilomirh mlwry, »our •tomach, iinri aii itonaek <>r m-nef back. b<* ' f tablets at at) Urwirciats in all towns. < •» t llr rlub Parliamentary pinoMliiri depart mcnt «f Ihn Oolrrlr Hub will mr» I with dm chairman, Mm Ili»l>ert It Atkln. HIS IKb Avt. N. K., at 2 l> m Mm. Ooorgt N M» I-uughltn. I fm true tor. • • • S»-n 14Ic No* Li| Club Tht* N«*attl* Hocinl club will m*«»t with Mm W. O. Iturlnc. 413 Mai dm tve • • • lAtrH Cnmp laurel mmp will meet At fhrHlnb I hall nt M o'clock. Card party and [ r«*fre«hrnenLa. • • • lUwihirnp P T. A Ml** Klixaiicth Clarnhan win epenk on "llom#» Mtudy at th« in« of Ifawtliorti« I* T. A. at tl»« tohool Thumdajr afternoon at 2 30. Th# fourth srudn puplla will enter tain and will »ervo rcfrfvhrnrnU. • • • IVoHln*! |N)clMilfiry C'luf» Thr neit invftlm of th« Predlml htyebolofy club will h»'ld Thunday, Murch 3, I p. m, room 333, C!l<*t>e buildiug:. • • • \\ imiJUM CVntury Huh Mm Ida Hatcher will lead the current clojhi of the Worn ana Century club Thumduy after noon at 3 o'clock at the Federation clubhouse. • • • ADDITION \!« CM IW Qiirm Anna Vlidi Srfim»| V. T. A. The meftirtjr of tho Queen Anne hUlh a« huol r T A. h*« Wn p»v«t pone<| from March 4 until Max< h 10. • • • Is*uli| IMgtil* \\»nuin'> Improve*- nietit Club Ttie hi llnght* Woman * lin provement club will be entertained on Friday negt at luncheon, I! 30. by Mra. K F. floarheard. ajwl*te<| by Mra Wlllium M.« ail, at 4313 Aslt worth ave. I allowing » short buslneo* ne* slon. a program will be given at 3 30. which will inrlude an addree* by Mr* Itavld ftow on Kranro and Keotlsnd. countries ahe has rer»ntly visited, a i group of songs by Mr* Randolph . I'e*rs«in. and a piano select ton by Mrs Thonta* Carder lure, rion* for reaching Mrs, tlmrhfsrd'i bom'* Take Meridian or Wallingford car on Third ave, get off at North 43nd at. and walk thr«# blocks west. CLEVER COME!HAS OS PALACE HIP HILL The management of l*ocw*r Palace lllp promise* an ex» eptlotyil enter talnment treat to their patron* In the tig double vaudeMll* bill ramiiii to that theatre tomorrow. eeven acta, tmluding aeveral headllnern, being minounred An outstanding feature 1 will he the offering of the noted musical remedy and vaudeville *tar. Ilarry Mine*. who Mil* hlmaetf aa "tha Ilth variety " "Abaotutely noth ing MTlmia allowed" la tha rntbUUt hi* act carrlea. The ' 1 ypry Trio wfTl prment an other atellar featura. Two men and a pretty girl form the trio. A big special added attraction I* announced in "The Whirl of Variety." a acenlp mimical revue. ••ftiiperetltlon" U the title of « mlllrktng farce In which T«nd llerry and company win appear. Ja« h and Mary (Intham are a ver "atlle pair, who Include the latent •origa, dance* and comedy In their gleaning* of "fragment* fmm miialml •hows." Kctor and l»na win offer « ehar •'■""r epe< laity full of comely gtlnt* Jack Oregx>ry and company will ap pear In an exhibition of Juggling and hoop rolling. TVitir boiling water on orangea and let them aland flva minute* Thla wr|!J rauw the while lining to come away with the akin an that a large quantity ran be quirk!;- #llr*d for miiro or podding giiiuiiiiiiuiiuiiiiiiigast Haninarc 6 nunuamiuiinnig and 2 s | | Paint Your Home | H With Pleasing Colors | EE With our experience we can be of service to you g in sun posting tasteful color schemes and comhina- 2 2 tions that will make your home appear to best ad- 2 =s vantage in its surroundings. =E 1 ACME QUALITY 1 =E HOUSE PAINT §E r 55 2 gives greatest durability and beauty and best re- 2 z= sists rain and shine. It co>ts less because it takes = == less and lasts longer. Come in and ask us to show 2 S you harmonizing color suggestions. 3 Complete bine Acme Paints, Stains, Varnishes. Etc. 2 | fijast Ha ftiwafe ) j (AVENUE and PIKE STOEEt 1 / flcxJ « Sn um VXaa/rm ) EE AFTERNOON DRESS Vf*r* l» an Interacting afternoon frock In brown cri»p« d«* chin* and Otnlon crept. There ur. flr*t. a pl.»|t<Hl »klrt of ( rrfwi do chine to which In attached a plaJn bodloa of th« f.tnim with long, flaring nUxsvea of rhlffon rlofh. Tha tunic, which In open In front lo rpvml the fil«it«*d "klrt an a pun«l In *tnbroi«lrr« '! in dull gold thread CHAPPED HANDS • A cn«k often I a* great difficulty to keep her ) mda from chapping The mn ny llmm *he muet wujili them and piling*- them In water dur ing !)><■ preparation of a meal iiuk<* the «kln very tender. A «imple precaution that remt« nothing Imt lime i* to >» mire one'* handn «re perfectly dry after each waahlnjr A dry hand In not ao *u» ceptlble to cold and will not chap a* quickly. DANDERINE Stops Hair Coming Out: Thickens, Beautifies. ,fj^o 'V A few cent* buy* "Dnnderlne" After a few application* you cannot find a fallen hair or any dandruff, be*lde. every hair show* new life, vigor, brightness, mora color and abundance. EARLY GARDENS It In mlvlaabla to start your garden anrly. The brut wsy, of eotiraa, la to aow of aarly V( , y , titl)|Afl In a hot bed. Hut yoti ran atart plants, »»** table* and flowers, Indoora. Kill a shallow bo* (or two) with rich garden »ofl, to the depth of two Or threa ln«haa. How aaed* In Uny row*. plum aeed l«i* In warm plar# (not too hot), n'-iir window ao lunnhlDA tain r«»<«h It. Wilit every mornlnit lltteralty, and **'iln mora tightly toward evening. If soil haa dried. Wh»n aeadllnga are up. transplant to shaltarad. aunny location In yard, covering with glaaa on >ool daya, and with old carpel at nlgttt, Pr»»n mrllint l Imat the vliilfl li« furtnM n ronfartlonary dellmu y. Are You Weak, Worn or Worried? Is Your Blood Thin and Watery •o that it make* you nervous, sleepless or esalyfstirued? Don't wait until you collapse but commencs to fortify your starving blood with iron today. How to do it. If you nr» undergoing STRAIN, HTJIF.HH OR THOnjil.K. dont format that It la prntiably supping tha Iron from your blood a/>d that your lIBD 111 / HID CHIUrSCIJiH ara llkaly DYING J«Y THK MII.UONK WFIKN Ton TKKTs TIIE PIKHT WARNTNO HVMPTOMH when r*n <• to ION your utrenirth or vitality, don't wHl at nl*ht, AR# highly nrrvou* or trrivmt#!*; K* t th* "bhiw" faulty; your eye* begin to lon* thrlr lu*trr <>r brlllUncy and the lid* ar* pal<s tnAifta (a mo«t im f*>rtant nymptom) th«*fi la th«- iim* you should and not wait nntfl you aco down Ln a *t.it© of oompteto nervous prontrauon or phyaioU oollapp«. A New York phyalrlan **?* that MORE THAN ONE-HALF THE PO*. VlWriOX OF AMKKJCA I'KHIHIIKH BEFORE MI I Mil«E AGE and thai 'in* of th« chief contributory •••u»n of thla terrible wa*Le of human Lift i« the d«-v)t.Ji/uiK W' i 4kni»» brought on by lark of iron ln the birjod. Till: i\ v, a nr. it 000 000 ••• 000 JIKP I 81/M'lt «X»M»t *< I.KH IN H)fH HL/HJD AN!' KA< "If (.NK Mt'HT MAVK ! HON. Whfß jour Mood ii tiarviM for Iron no nu r» ioni« nor •tlrnulinta <*n put you right low muit h#*n Iron. To gmt I rem you mtjti oat th« hunks of fraitui and th« a*»d *kl»»« of frutta and v«|*labl«i aa our forrfathara did or tak* a iltUa nrfinlf Iron from »lrn* to llm« and aat mora a j' h Iron < ontalnina fooda aa apln arh and Apple* Jia aura tha Iron jroo 1 *afc* la of gink Iron and not rn*tal!!r or : -nlnaral Iron whirh paopl* uauallr take MMallf iron la Iron Juat aa It f*'fr»a from th« •■lion of mtr on® on atna : l p4»c»a of Iron and la tharrfora an rntlraljr '•lff# thin* from organic Iron. '*rganl< lr«m la Ilk* tha Iron In your blood and Ilka iha iron in apinarh. lar tlla and applaa It may b* had from >our druvgiat undar tha nama of Mui- j at«*d Iroa. Nutated Ir*"* r»prM»tit* organla Iron j la aurb a highly form that ' UIIVATCn IDny "RICHES THE 3LOOD-GIVES HUAMIIU mvn YOU NEW STPtSOTrt AND energy Restaurant Men And Their Profits An Aditorial /f^v gy CS Tfl ARE restaurant men profiteers? Or do they play fair with the public? Some folks think prices tbould be slashed mar* than they has* been, owing to editorial* In certain newspapers. But shonld they? And why should the restaurant men fall to present their gtde of the out! last's aee: I have just read in the National Restaurant News an article by W. H. Charlton on Co operation anionic restaurant men. In which he declare# how futile It la for Individual caterer* to speak their mind?, or Individually wrrlte letter* of protest, without the general «>. operation of their fellows. BUT—suppose one's fellows are unable to pet together for the pood of all. I ask, shall a man full of Initiative stand stilt and wall for thla get toirether spirit, or l.ad he best ap<ak out of hi* own accord, and freely discus* thia price subject and oUsers la which the public la «o vitally Interested? I, for one, shall speak and write alone, for the benefit of the Seattle eating public as well as the benefit of the Colcgrove restaurants and all others lam (tolnit to wrrlte a few educational adltorials on the rmtaurant business and Its jreneral profit*, positively showin* the exact figures, as I write from time to time. For your sensible, fair and unbiaccd Judgment, 1 submit the following figure* today: Distribution of RTOSS profits for all of the COLEGROVE RESTAURANTS for Year 1919: SS.TA'Y was paid In labor Will', was paid to landlord Iti.K* conetit uled general expetiv WOO' r wa» toll'*rove's crone profit lOOOO'o Ilrsnember. I lies*, ape grow* figure*—not net; Funires by A. L llan.«t>n & Co. Certified Accountant* Now, for the benefit of all other caterers, I would like to say that if the general public believes me to be an average caterer, with an average nmount of Intelligence. It must accept the figures presented above as typical of most of the restaurants in Seattle. Please don't misconstrue this as a plea for high prices. It isn't, because prices are not high, in spite of the opinions of some publications to the contrary. There have been some very generous reductions, especially In the Colegrove restaurants, where our coupon book plan saves our patrons as much as 20%. And we shall reduce whenever possible, and consistent with good business. Just remember: Full valuo. for your money, at Colegrove's, always. Buy Coupon Rooks and Save as Much as 20% on Y'our Meals (Next Thn««: "Tlic Restaurant and ll* I-aborl CLARE S. COLEGROVE RESTAURATEUR NORTHOID INN EGYPTIAN KITCHEN 214 \Jnrwt>r«Ttv 1524 Third Ava SPECIALTY FOOD SHOP AUTO OTCHEH 110 PILO St , Pike at Broadway ■ piaTTNcnv ■ TRANXKSNAV. MARHT 2. mi DOTTED ORG AN'HIE BIDS FOR POPULARITY i Tha dalnt|a»l •« w»W •" mrm* of tha naw fabrlra haln* ahowr uprlrir Is doltMl oriuiAlt. rrr-d In colorad ullfc" It baromea mwt dala«-Uibla of n*»»U to ii»> woman'* wardroba. Ibf »loU on whft# orirandM- KrouM ara of on* oolor, lut oftrn yellow, blu'. roar. orrh|| and |rfilf If"" dot a * r " "J 1 "'"•""•Wi bird 1 r><i l»rrln>m%lHjr toolbar wit* the moat charmtnf r**utt Imaginable How«m, aa rninh aa \'Kilabk% ura used In preparing rtne diahea la China and Japan. 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