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EMPRESS UNIVERSAL PIPELESS FURNACES— —pay far tkdr coat by airing fuel. Thnr wonderful furmmi heat the entire home with owe no heat In lout in the huxement, all heat generated pawea into rooms above—absolutely no waste heat, meaning a wonderful saving of fuel and a warm, comfortable home. —read what one of Seattle'B3oo tatisfied •Yow a&ers of the EMPRESS . «7&fk UNIVERSAL PIP EL Goojr nM*r« r*ra*or» Cfc. fcf r v omOmtmn Tha »uu<wri r»n" s V»«.«»7s£n rip»»— rorn«n> tfo hM mo *naM ttm* «*• ■MjHHnHHB inwnumw (mu Kfrrn tri» wlMlrtM beyond m> E«w w«w«M wttm Wtwi fry :r oxiraman mm «h"w- pa»»aa—| trf aw fftta flrroaca I waa rory &} » ■ ■■> aa to wtitUw* thla »tyla would haal « ct*»<vt 1 «vn»o— | ««0 aa itM ol*atyl» nrntoa I •» " war* TO*. 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FATrra. roorth N. —lto rn all about EMPRESS PIPELESS »Hil FURNACES: J 7? ■ —•"* book *• * tmd '7 »»nd TOO J. 1.1 a«nd oa yoor nama and addr«» J *,lj M * —rial— ka d»taii ail about IUU'KJCMfI PI»*KLJtoIS rUHNACaa I *" 'flHi' "* * tol»ph«na Main Till IH our ntrnar* arport wll] and atrv Ml 1 I. <W aay tnfnnnauoa you d«olr% LIST YOLH _ wmi OCR CItRR HO.MRS FOH MKT KKNTAL IIETAHT «mt Pssn /JR& p= aar nilMlilillfflivfflßliiiilliill fli Itf v. ■ -* -UTAausNta- nHNHMRr jam* '-»*«* Aid Folk to Meet Monday Afternoon Yl» Alld Community OnmmtltM •B boM iti neuter monthly meat tm Mowhr at 2J# p. a*. at the htm of Mr* A. F. Sehntt. I'.ll Orrl ■H. 8. W. Tkla committee now oon tMl Bm OeianiaKr ball at the mo njclpel bathing beach The committee haa alao engaged In rtllef work for the unemployed. At a 0. m. Saturday, at the Ominority toll tha committee wltl give a card party to ralaa fund* for further re Bef fOfk. PARIS. Mart* Tha FXwh Waltrr*" onion haa b-run a fljrht n**ln«t tlpptn* d*m.indin* lB«tr«d a M per emt additional rharc* on M!la. Many hotate bara abolished Ut pin* ma this Wsla. Absolute Sacrifices (This Sale Ends Saturday at 5:30 P. M.) Selling $55 and S6O Suits and 0 vercoats for Less Than Their Spring Worth This sacrificing our entire stock of suits and overcoats offers av- ■§ erage savings of 33%% from Fall prices. Let us emphasize, too, trtL these Final Reductions bring prices down to 15% less than equal grades will be priced next Spring. A feature group are these Hickey-Freeman Quality Suits and Overcoats at All our regular lines of imported over- All our regular lines of suite and over coats that were formerly sold at SIOO coats that were formerly sold at SIOO to $125, on a very narrow profit mar- to $125, on a very narrow profit mar gin, are now finally reduced to gin, are now finally reduced to $65 $65 All our regular lines of suits and over- All our regular lines of suite and over coats that were formerly sold at S9O, coats that formerly sold at $75, on a on a very narrow profit margin, are very narrow profit margin, are now now finally reduced to finally reduced to $55 $45 KING BROS. CO. Correct Apparel for Men / —TWO STORES— -1200 Second Ave* 711 Second Ave. Child Conservation Organizer It Dead FtmertU *er\ Ice* for Miss Char lotte White. IT, nattonaJ onramaer and lecturuer for Uu Child Conserva tion League were heUl tn Belling ham W r<lcr*day. The body waa brought to fhte city for cremation Thu re-lay. Ml** White'* death la at tributed to mjurlee received when ah* fell down otrpa In Rciunxh-un lajt week. breaking her leg. Newsboys Hold Big Dance for. Charity Pmrwdi of th# newsboys' charily hall, (tlvrn at Knlding'a Hall Thurs day nlKht. will ba orrr to tha ftoriaj Walfara Langua to balp tba city's nM-dy. Shavelett Week It Held by Freshmen nrnanKU-HiA. 4.— Hhaveleae *Mt" *!• In effect la«t »"k arrwni rnembere of the freeh mas elan at fjtfayetta college It la an old oollra* tradition U>al bad lock will pnr*ue a freehman who erndlcatea hi* whiaker* ahlla mid year anamination* ar* being beta. Fools 'Em and Saves 'Em From Bull Move RKRI.fN, March White two bill!* wrr* p»rformln* *1 tha Apollo Uiaatra on« at thr-m broke l«*>»o and »ntcr*d a Ihratr* b«*. On« of tha clown* a»crtad • panic and pravantad a mad ruah for tha atlta by tc'lln* tha audl»nc«. that bulla war* only acting for * film. TTTE SEATTLE STAR FIRST PICTURE OF TRAIN WRECK IN WHICH FORTY PERSONS WERE KILLED Wife Braves to Rescue Husband; Is Fatally Injured IJCCINOTON. Ky, March 4—A woman. it often haa been proved, will gl»# up hur Ufa for on# aha lovaa. The lateat drrnonat ration of thU ta the ISM of Mrm. Ota Mit-hell. I« j nor* old. who Uvea *1 rinrtatfk. Parry county. Jamea Mil. h-n. her be .mm drunk, on bootleg wtuaky lia .lid not <*>nv» home and Ma wlf« eet out to look for him nnaily aha found him. In hla drtmkeo wander lag* Mitchell had crawled onto the A Naahvtlta Railroad tracka, had atretehed oat between the rnila and g°ne ta «le«p. A train ran around a curve and bora down rapidly. Mr* Mitch#)! ruahed to her huahand and began tu«glng *« body The engineer aaw her and frantically tried to ahut off th# engine"# power. Mr* MH< hell realised ah# could not aara her hu« hand and hereelf. #o «he placed her own body between Mitchell and Ui* train. With a Met derailing p«j#h #ie rolled her htwt*nrt * body over th# rail to aafety. but It waa too la»a to wve heraelf end th# wh«»U etrurk her. dragging her partly under tha «lire la and matigllng her »Ul>t arm BO It had to h« amputated- Mra. The Darned Pu»«y Mutt've Been Black Ilrnry J chef at a local hotel, tried to put 'be cat down eel lar for tha night llroken wrlat. three fractured rtba and a ga*h on the head H# mlaeed th# top atep Mitchell la In a aatioua <«ndltV>n from her Injurlaa a/id Ihe at rain ahe tin- J-Twnit in aamfkiig haraelf for her huetaind. Mitchell waa not hart Dentist Injured by an Operation KI.KIIART. Ind_ March * - !>r N. H. Norrta la mifferlr.g from an oper ation h« performed on a patient. A ptece of « Mild* he waa removing •troek him In th* rya. 1I« way I taw lila altfhL They Could Found Whole City, Maybe IjONPON, March 4.-Mr. and Mra Jamea fiodfrey have Juat celebrated Oialr diamond wedding They ara j-a ran la of U children, nlna of whom ara living. Th# dmoeaAnnta Includ# 61 grandchildren and nlna groat grandchildren, all living. Home Built in 1696 Occupied by Couple NlfW YORK. Mirch Mr and Mra. Iloaco# II flooded, newly mar rled. ha»e mo\#d Into Miamua Manor at Klverald* Conn., a bouaa built In KM. Rf«4»rliM Wr+m flllprlK f«l4a niv»vr 9 uromo yrr- NISK T*blf«i r»lio» tha by rurin* ih» Cold. A and «*rm Th+ «• nuifif K*-nr* ih« nignattir# nf K U" Mrov* <li«>«ura you UKOfttO.) Itc—Ad irartlaamaflt# dr. j. il Hiirroff Free Examination BEST $2.50 GLASSES on Earth W#» ar* «n# of tb* f#w optical >atoraa in the Northwest that realir Ifrtnd from atart to finiati, an«l %r« ar« the only ont In IkKATTIK—ON FIIIST AVK*m Examination fr*«\ I>y irrartuata op. totnMflnt. iilnnffH »M-t |>reacrlbed BINYON OPTICAL CO. lIIC rl««T AVKKI I Btlnrfa Spring ««<4 **■ rra ■ 'hour Main 1.V.0 Established Thirty-One Teart Resources, IjLst Call, 123,477,962.12 •menu IHnHH RHlrkfr, Clatmn If. C. RaffteßiM, Oaahlcf J. W. R|iaiifflrr, Prrcldrail (X k La Grave* Aaat. Caafctev R. V. AmU+my. Plral Vlrr.Pvm ■» K. flHlry. AJMH. Caahtev I*. B. Tmai, Vlif-rnaldful G. W. More. Aaat. Caatiler J. 11. KawHergrr, Vlre-I'r?a Wak Kablkr, Aaat. Caalilft WL CL AaMa, Vlca-Prr«l4cal A. IL Mlaer. Aaat Caakkf Have you exchanged yoor Liberty Bonds of the Fourth Issue? It will be to your advantage to secure permanent bonds before April lJx Second Avenue at Colombia More than iO persons died in thin tuistcd mass of wreckage when two craek passenger trainn crashed at Porter, IntL The. Canadian, a Michigan Central flier bound from Chi cago to Toronto, tore down on the dangerous "(fiamond" crossing at I'orter and hit a derail set against her. The whole train left the rails and was bumping to a stop aero** the, Nw> York Central tracks when the Interstate Express, N. Y. C. HosUm-to-Chimgo flier, rated into the crossing at 6. r > miles an hour. The Interstate's mogul engine plowed thru two dayl coaches of the tU railed train, then spun around and turned over on its side. Most of the vied time were in these day coaches. On the left is the wreckage of one of the Canadian'd conches. In the center is the Interstate s great engine lying upside down along the broked ratls. Six bodies were pinned under the engine when this photograph was taken. TM wreck occurred the night of February 27. t BURY VICTIM OF OPERATION Soldier Thought to Have Killed Girl Not Found Twa ■id/ aaarch f«w a former Camp Lewis aoldlar, wanted In c«wv aertion with tha death of Mrs. Ida A. Beurter, 11, of Riverton. prrrred futile today when Mra. Reuter'a funeral waa held In tha home of C. A. Sprinkle 1010 Bailey «*, George town. Mra Banter died a fortnight ago. following a crude and alleged crim inal operation, mid. In her dying atatement. to have bee® performed ly tha soldier. her former awwtt heart. iMinY iin.n mm a MIUIIRK WAS HI NTFI* At the raqueat of her brother, C. Case, of 111* E. PIM »t-. tha body waa held at th# Oeorgatown ruder* taking e«tabllahment, ahlla aeiarrh for «h# a«»ldier continued under tha dljpctlon of Prosecutor Malcolm Douglas A Seattle doctor waa drawn Into th# caa# and waa queatlon#d at lenrth by tha prwrulor when an hv t»e#t waa held afier Mra. Ucutoi'* death. Mr*. Renter t» aald ta hatra ap proached tha do«rtor about a month bafora her death, proposing that ha perform tha operation. When a woman relative of Mra. Renter warn ed him that If anything went wrong he won Id l.e blamed for It, tha doctor la aald to liav# Inatltuted a hnnt for the womnn. ll# found her dying tn a hoapltal. ft I* aald. and took her atatement aa a precautionary roraa tire to protect himself. WirTOR DKVIKP rKKIOKMINO OPKRATKYM At th# Inqueat ha denied that he had performed an operation and pro duced the wnrun'i atatement. Tha atatement I* «ild to have dlaclowd that the aoldler had (riven h«r In ternal aa w#U aa crude surgical attention. With the aid of • rperta] hv Teetlimtor from tho proweutor'* of. flr* the dortor th»n rotnm»r<*l a hunt for th« aoldier In order. h# mid. to wtpo out th« la#t of «u» plrlon acnln->t htmwelf. Kor two *"V* th« imldler lul* eluded the nearrh. Min. Ttotiter'a funenU wma held at 1 p. m. Heaviest Man in France Succumbs PARI*, Mnrf-h 4— The heavleat mm in Knnr«, Pierre Oulndalet, who weighed sdo potinda, haw died. Me waa a contractor. F.nirl.ind'a heaviest mnn, Daniel l.nmhert welsh ed 7S» pounde when he died In ISO 9. When do we *r$ at? HEINZ OVEN BAKED BEANS The first fragrant whiff puts your appetite on edge! The first taste assures a delicious satisfy ing goodness. Eat them often. They taste better, are mora easily digested and are better for your health than meats and many other foods that cost mora. REAL OVENS HEINZ Oven Baked Beans are not ordinary beans. They are really baked by dry heat in real ovens. This method makes them the delicious, healthful food that beans should be. FOUR KINDS HEINZ Baked Beans with Pork and Tomato Saucf HEINZ Baked Pork and Beans (with out Tomato Sauce) Boston style HEINZ Baked Boans in Tomato Sauc* without Meat (Veßetariun) HEINZ Baked Red Kidney Beans. One of the at 57 mf iii ■ ——■—JLm— FRIDAY. MARHT A. 1921.