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WEDNESDAY, ArUTL 20. 1921.
rmiuHmiinnibiii service nranniiiiiiraMinig Grunbaum Bros. Furniture Co. E| The House of Sfniff and Accommodation ■=, saowr H £ Gel Your House in Order S I CLEANUP! PAINT UP! SPADE UP! I This is the week to W gc ffVVV prepare for summer. 2 E r JU|fT >' ou * n S E I i. pood work may re- SB S PBH quire some of the [♦ E 111 ("trv r •*¥ following articles B E ■ I listed here- all are S E (ffp priced very low for B | <*** fllfl the week-end. £ E ■/- nrff RURIIER HOSE 6 B jiiiJl FferrTO First quamy ° f *= iffi favorite <V fl -inch cor- j¥| [Si fy -—" ** » rugmted rubber hose, ffl H Iy T>o-foot length, with E H couplings ....97.50 £ [s* O-CEDAR MOPS [♦ E fl E M WflHyyflKf 91.50,91.75 .1; B V LAHN MOWERS s [jc* A large assortment jgj r= to All == W are guaranteed £ E quality. Triced from S gj 90.25 to 928.00 jg g VACUUM SWEEPERS—The Hoover Special—The g E Hoover Baby. == E REFRIGERATORS—Re prepared for hot weather E B —get one of our automatic guaranteed Itefriger- E GENERAL LINE OF GARDEN TOO!A—Rakes. E E Spades. Shovels. Grass Catchers, Sprinklers. E S Weeding Forks, Garden"* Trowels. 1 SEE TOMORROWS PAPER FOR RIG SALE §§ = OF GO-CARTS jE iUBKKAI- CREDIT KXTEXDKD E GRUNBAUM I gUAujS'BS.&JMg I WHEKK IMKK MICKTS ITTTH SWIIIIIIIimiI New Phone—Elliott 4910|||^HinttW Geo. Walker Heads Sons of Revolution George Hunt Walker wu elected president of Washington society. Bona of Lha ReTolutl-n, at a martins in the Arctic club rootna Tueeday flight. Other officer* choaen wera: Rt Rer. Frederic Wm. Keator. view ■Bpeatdent: Wm. D Perkins. secretary: Dodftu C. Conover. treusurer, Ed ward A. BatweiL rejrtstrar; Oeorge H. Preston. historian; Claudius C. Jtamaay. Livingstone R fltedmen and Jflae* A. Wood, truateea. .— Monnt Vernon-Erer » i#tt auto Xlage line to start May 10. For ft jmry iftk. let'* bo to Boldt'a.—Advertisement. t' RETSE WOMAN CELEBRATES 100 th BBTBDAY Retail, Wuh-AprU I, IML Mr. W H Darrow, Secretary, Washington Mutual Baring* Bank, Seattle, Washington. Dear Birr I wl*h to Join Grandma Keller In thank In* yon for ymtr moat generous *lft- While many packages have hwn received, and are atlll coming, she Insist* on saying yours la flrmt on the list. I wish you could nee how happy »he la thla morn In*. Courteouiily your*. CAPTA IN C. E. K. BAXTER. -We are pleased to weloome Mm. Kelley ax our flint centen * arlan depositor." «ald President Raymond R. Krnjtier. "We hope that many of our depositors will resch the hundred mark, and It 1* my belief that thrift and careful llvl/i* are conducive to a long life."' The Oldest and largest Saving* Bonks In New York. M*»*a chusetts and Pennsylvania, are MutuaJ Having* Bank*. Thry are each 195 years old. The iArgwt Havings Banka In Ohio, Minnesota and California are Mutual Having* Bank*, and they are 80, 64 and M Year* of Age, respectively. The Oldest and largest Strictly Ravin** Institution In the Pacific Northwest 1* a Mutual Savings Bank. It la 31 year* old, and bear* the name of the Washington Mutual Savings Bank 810 Second Avenue Resource*, $13,600,000 THRIFTOfiRAM: If Thrift la your Companion In Youth, Plenty will be your Bosom KrJrnd In Old Age. TRUSTERS K. a. AMES JAMES SHANNON M. F. BACK ITS WILLIAM THAANUM JOHN T, CONDON C. E. VILAH , r b ftnley k. w. west RAYMOND a. FRAZIEB DAVID WIIITCOMB IVAH JANWiN EUGENE B. KAVIIE, Spokana ROLLIN HANKORD L. O. JANECK, Yakima WILLIAM A. PETERS Atlantic Shipping Strike Threatens NEW TORK. April iO.~ With op era tors and employee apparently deadlocked on the question of a wa|e cut. the prospect of a irrwat ahlppliig •trtke May 1 loomed today. The American Steamship Ow nets' asao<-iaUon announced that a ww reduction of !• to JO per cent will be pat into effect on that data, when the present agreement expiree. Vart one branches of the International fleamao's union already have off! daily Informed the operators they wltl not accept the cot and ha»« pre sented counter demands. Andrew Kuruseth. president of the union. aaid the other organisations would take the aatne stand Substitute for Sales Tax Being Sought WAKHINOTON. April It—A aub stltule (tar the aaiea Ul wu twin* ■until today by congressional com mi Ueea handling r»»«nu» raising let lalaOotk. Members of the committee* a/1 rnll (hat with <lefeat of the las rrr tain, and with pledge* made thai this rtinfrwii will eliminate or reduce ex i«n profit*, income and other taxes, they ar* uncertain where the eov ornmrnt (a (oliic to |»t tta money. An a roiu«|Urfir«, tht taxpayers cannot know for about six month* how much th«< jtiY«mm«nl intends to take from them. fOR ITCHING TORTURE Use Antiscptic Liquid Zemo There la one remedy that arldom fails to atop itching torture and relieve ikin irritation, and that makes the skia •oft clear crtd healthy. Any druggist can eappty you wMi £etno. which generally overrnrnee skin tlseasea. Eczema. Itch, pimples, rashes, ><ackheads. in moat esses give way o Zemo. Frwjuectly, minor blemishes iisappear ore might Itching usually rtope instantly. Zcnn is a safe, anti leptk liquid, dean, easy to use and lependabte. It eoata only 35c an extra arge bottle, SlOOi It will do< stain, la wt greasy or sticky and is positively tale for tender, aansithre attain Tfce B. W. Bo« Ca. CMM a —■ Advertisement Be Careful What Yon Wash Your Hair With Moot aoapa and prepared shampoos contain too much alkali, which la vary Injurious, as It dries the scalp and makes the hair brittle The beat thing to use la Mulalfled oocnanut oil shampoo, for thla la pure and entirely greaaeleea. It's very cheap and beats anything else all to pieces. You can get Mulalfled at any drug store, and a few ouncea will last the whole family for month*. Simply moisten the hair with water and rub It In. about a teaspuonful la ail that la required. It makea an abundance of rich, creamy lather, cleanses thoroughly, and rlnaea out easily. The hair driea quickly and evenly, and la aoft, freah looking, bright, fluffy, wavy, and easy to handle. Besides. It looaena and takes out every particle of dust, dirt and dandruff. Be sure your druggist gives you Mu!sifled.—Advertisement The Importance of Healthy Kidneys In the removal of waste material from the body, the kidneys are called upon to perform a very Important duty. The failure of these marvel ous add delicately constructed or gans to properly do their work means retention In the system of pol sonou* matter. Thl* poisons the system, and If permitted to remain resulta In severe backache, headache, torpid liver, oonstlpatlon and eventu ally Blight's disease. Warner's Safe Kidney and IJver Remedy, a combi nation of herbs and healthful Ingre dient*, was discovered about SO yws ago, and Its value In strength ening the kidneys and liver was at once appreciated. Today It stands a* one of the standard remedies In the treatment of diseases of the kid neys and liver. Many persons suffer from diseases of the kidneys un knowingly. The use of Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Remedy will invariably Improve your health, and make you feel that llfa la really worth tho living. Hold by lea/ling druggist* every where. Sample sent on receipt of ten cent*. Warner's Safe Itemedle* I»ept. GUI, Rochester, N. Y. TOM Oil HOW TO MATt.'HHAT —HOUR liri.BWDID I»KW VAUDEVILLE in* Vmpmlmr Maalnil «■* ARTHUR DEAGON WUBKI.RU TUIO r)AI.VK.nT * MIATWK HfMNtUiial lifmiiMla Two Are* »f *on«lnn«l ItOttAlll A WARD Mil. A Will*. WIMCY In u IUnr«*lNK Arqnilnlanr»« H Mrl»4lm In i rymiml Feature Photoplay "A BEGGAR IN PURPLE" What !■ ■ ln I'nrplef flnlomnn Hwewi and the Hlble Tell THE SEATTLE STAR CLEAN UP! LIBRARY ROW IS POSTPONED Controversy Goes Over Until Next Tuesday After a stormy —ton Tueaday th* pound! Judiciary and 4rf«rtnwiil fffWtiwr commltte* postponed th* hearing of Oh> controversy over the management of the pubttc library until next TuwUy afternoon. A r» qiMt for continuance *aa mad* by ihraa library director* and represcn tatlv*a of th* committee on civic betterment Tuesday* r«Hon show*d Uia library board boa been divided on Important maltrri of policy for *om* tlra«, the three women brine •jn ona idde and the four men on the other. The rtjun 11 committee point ed out It had no |m*w over the sub )«-ct matter, but would act aa inedi a tor*. J. W. Efaw. president of th* II brary board, mad* spirited re»ll*a to several bitter allegations apliut the Institution's management. nxnui. snrvirKs rtm hen RY T. Spiger, who died Sunday at bla real dan <~e. isoj K. 41th St.. were scheduled for 1 p. m. Wednesday at tha University Undertaking parlor* Ha la survived by hla widow, Mra Carrie Spiger: a daughter. Jla ten. and a am, John. REAL PAINLESS DENTISTS to order to Introduce our sew <whalebon*l plat*, which Is the llgkteat and strongest plate known, do** not cover th* roof of th* mouth: you can bit* cbrn off tba cob: guaranteed It years. Wkaleku* set of <** th M Ss c'nwu M M Hr|gaew*rb M t> iailias rtlllag «1 All work guaranteed for It yeara Have Impreaalona taken In tha morning and get teeth *ame day. Rxamlnatlon and advice free. Call aod Me* langlee of Oar Plat* aad Bridge Dark. W* llaat th* Teat of Ttsse Mast of our pres*nt patronage Is recommended by eur early cuato mrr*. »h«» work 1* *tlll giving good *atl*factlon. A*k our eu»- tcmsr*. who have tasted our work. When coming to our office, be aura you are In tn* rlgbt place. Bring thl* ad with you. OHIO ™ SOT mUVDMITT »T. On*'lle Kra**r-rat*raaa Oa. |f| PLED6ES AID TO SOUTH AMERICA Harding Declares Friendship for Neighbors CFTNTKA !.< PARK. New Tork, April 10 The United KUtaa stand* willing to fight, If necessary. to pro tart the aturdy young democracies of the Wwtem hemisphere from op preaalon and tyranny, President Mar ding declared yeaterday. pledging hla determination to eland by the Mon roe doctrine. Hut thla doctrlna waa never Intended aelftahly. and In pre serving It the United mate* haa bar bored no dream of exploitation, he added. Speaking on pan Americanism at tha unveiling of the statu* of Klmon Bolivar, Mouth American liberator. In Central park, Harding milled in strong words Inalnuatlona that the United Ktataa bad used (he Monror doctrine aa a cloak for exploitation on the Weatern hemisphere. On the contrary, ha aald. pan Americanism mean* "eympathetio and generous Ameriianiam " AH A -net-lean republic* should "touch elbow*." he added, to ahow that achievement does not mean any body** deatroction. "No aelflahne*! Impel*, bo freed la tirplng, no envy Incite*, no hatred la actuating." Harding declared. A abort but meaty aertlon of hla comparatively brief addrea* waa de voted to the Monro* doctrine. "There have been time* when the meaning of Monroe lam waa mlsun daretond by aome, perverted by oth er*. and mad* the subject of distort Ing propaganda by thoe* who aaw In It an obatacl* to the realisation of their own ambition*." Harding aald "Rom* have sought to make our ad heslon to thla doctrine a Justification for prejudice against the United States. They have falaely charged that wa sought to hold the nations of the Old World at artna* length In or der that we might monopolise the privilege of exploitation for our selves. Other* have protested that the doctrine would never be enforced If to enforce It should Involve us In actual hostilities." Girl Routs Prowler but He Steals $42 After rifling the pockets of ooats left In the gtri'a locker room of the Leary building, lata Tuesday after noon, an unknown man made hla es cape when Mrs. Emma Shelton. ele valor operator, went to summon aid. Th marauder escaped with tit be longing to Mr*. May Johnaon, 11 from Mrs. Haiti* Kavanaugh, and t& from Mrs. Hhelton. Accidental Fall Kills Seattle Man VANCOUVKH. n. C, April 10.— Testimony of friends who witnessed the occurrence resulted In a verdict of accidental death by a coroner's Jury that held inquest over the body of H. H. Stewart, secretary of the Carnation Milk Products Co, Seattle, who was killed by a fall In the home of Dr. A. P. McL<ennon here. Harry Btlbba. advertising manager of tha Carnation company, and two Seattle lawyers who were present testified that Stewart opened the wrong door and fell to thaJ>asement. His skull waa fractured. Consular Service Exams Here June 27 From June 17 to July 11 examina tions for consular service will bo held In Washington. I). C. Applicants most be iwmmmended by a United Stales senator or congressman. In addition to consuls, 2t student Inter preters are wanted for China, Japan and Turkey. Information may l>e ob tained from B. H. Blalock, of the local bureau of foreign and domeaUc VANCOUVER, n. C.—lnquest to be held into death of Mrs. John Montgomery, society woman, who rlrownfcl herself In Kroser river Tues day. 7 oday in Congress lUmaU To pas» Colombian trsaty. House Wtjn «nd means commtttss hear- In* of Houthsrn Tariff association r p|»re««»ntatlver for tariff <m raw ma terials and manufactured articles. The Rhodes Co. An Interesting Value, - /V(tT\ Jersey Sport Suits , : -J3A i *l9-50 • / / \i*V\llflw i M"'ond KI/K«T //t-' . l ',j IvJ / AN advantageous purchase of two-toned \. /f iftAil " heather striped Jersey Suits just received V it PWd offers an exceptional opportunity to choose \ MW a Hmar t spring and summer suit at a pleasing \ ' jj till I price. \ i I ill"'T * They are made as sketched, \ llltll/i! 1 /I * with Tuxedo front, narrow belt \ Hi'ml 111( and sport pockets trimmed with I buttons and of an excellent \ (/ / heavy quality jersey in combi \ ; ( / T-. nations of blue and gray, brown J I and tan and brown and blue. ;6 * ** Gray Silk I Embroidery A comple® line of silk hose in five leading shades r lOUllCiri^ of gray to match the spring and summer footwear, Pnrlnrt/^l in sizes to 10. Priced at J?l.3r» to $2.25 pair. ivvjULlLcU. • Main Floor—Rear Philippine Lingerie $3.50 300 yards of embroid- I'piw Main Floor Cl ° th fI ° UIIC " THE GOWN i' i "'" s ' lnch f 1 sketched is one I | f . ... i /*■ ®i|Ljfl) k terns, which formerly of several styles < 8 to|d fot |l(w which we have just Lf" J $1.25, are reduced for a received in a spe- V A V apeoiat aale Thursday at cial purchase of << ' fry j 25 , a yari Nainsook Gowns f I I TTV/ V ( and Chemises \ VI which would sell, \ Z J 200 yards of embroid if marked in the f ' on ®' c ' flounc regular way, at I h ' n * s ' » nc hes wide, in $6.50 and $7.50. j j j\ ( assorted patterns, which _ , r* / 111 \\ formerly sold for $1.25 Gowns in sizes i , \\ / J 15. 16 and 17. f\ | / I j Md * Lso ' are reduced Chemises in Rizes jf / 1 for a Bpeclal 111 urv 36 to 42. /I / ' \\ A day at 65f a yard. JfcefiOHD®WE.NUe AND UNION STBtEH Clean-Dp! Paint-Up! Spade-Up! Rubber Cement A Wonderful Sale of Floor Paint Garden Tools ji I Fork* Produces a rich, hard finish that Four-prong Potato wears splendidly and which can be a + Ho«s washed repeatedly. 4W A | Twelve desirable shades. steel Hon ■ Steel Bow Kakoi ■ Shovels and SpadM BB Preserve and Beatify Your Home some with long BB »Mtn /jjfefflj: handles and some . . 1 9 Iff 1> • wltb short handles. Arcade House raint ■ Manufactured Especially for the Western Climate f fX Per Quart fl.oo #l/1 j *N perGaUon *3.50 njj Whwim White at the same price for Thurs- // ' day. u-inch com«at<<i The "Easy" Vacuum C S..,; g f ,"I S Electric Waihing Special <Pl*Ov ma i • Strongly made from corrutrated, IVlaCnlpc galvanized iron, with a sanitary bot tom and fit-over cover. -w ] Just Received—Shipment of [ "Great American" Lawn Mowers Store for Useful Article?— sa PAGE S