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#•l* a down through the years h „ w h „„. rr~] Wie from 1864 to 1921 brides )ZSS&S2KZ TnriA have delighted in select- thousands of happy, wUllv lng their homefurnlsh- ooxyuome*- UHHa lngs at this store-this -y /??"- Dliae week every department fori/ nervier and extend etnrA will show suggestions Img It §lp fu I liberal SlOre of interest to the bride. cr " ,l7 ~ < ' special purchase and sale of bedroom suites! American walnut rr _ > bedroom suite $M0 n —^ American walnut , bedroom suite __ $l4B regular price I 18&50 ■■ m —a Queen Anne bed- *i |lX rooni suite with the g * rTiHi* QT heavy plate glass I Ml 1 ! e « mirrors; a suite U Tlr | *1 -( u>al """ 1 that will add at- m g • • traction to any |] ' home, and the price N' is exceedingly low; St ■ - y regular price ZTTT $185.50; special for ware cooking outfit— —lf you art looking for an aluminum art better Jkm m mm Sk. M than the avera*" at an attrartlve price—then | T fir thla eljht-plece fine quality aluminum set will I be found Juat what you are looking for; icuar nil I anteed not to runt; h*at proof handle*; regular |tf AVI# price 122.00. Kp*<ia.j for the week ■ third rc.oon _____________ J&mifck STANDARD (mam furniture co. SCHOENFELD & SONS VW!MRV/ FOUNDED vmuinnry i 864 WtTmriß/ SEATTLE TACOMA ™*°* mark SECOND AVE. AT PINE ST. L. SCIIOENKEIJ) A HONS mark Join the "JURE BRIDE VP PMM SILVERWARE CUB" IM LJd I PAY 95c DOW* p-L-I —membership In th* "JVNiI BRmr PtIA'KRWARK rt.fn- la •ocurxl L_ fr J |C by the [>»rni"nt of only K<- down. It upon wblrh thl* Wfn A lloffer*. Ltd.. I(-pl*re »et of atlverwar* y I with 10-year nareete* in .loll*- erad to you. then you pay th* baJ ance at th* rat* of lOc weekly; »»t mn»l»t» of t »a# h. t*a *poon«. llnKk? fork*. knlT** and tabl* tpnoni. J aleo a butter knlf* and an car jmgS3SL--*H «h*ll: rerular price SIC CO: *p...al II _r .***"* >--»3hP"" j 'l ij for thte club *al* with food qual- JL Jg —p~.^]l $11.96 |g|l|y ""■ Fi-oon ' i# Coolmore porch shades —ln aoft. bttutlfgl warp* and cord* In color* that harmonise with the ■hade. Very en*tly In j —aO thadr* < XonQ — lMm I I , HECOND FIXJOR THE SEATTLE STAR "The Fighting" Lizard Will Oppose The Frisco Terror, One-Eyed Mose!" YOU maka a Rport Fan very no re hy apeaklng. Ha In Uaya of Yore, ahnut the I'llr/.K KIOHTfI ha attenda they're IIOXINU BOIHU. he now eotllaipla. Ptrhtp* they ara; ! never go And yet, I jircijrnfejy know Just how thi»y wrerk the lluman and ptiah the Keaturea 0111 of I'laoa. Ilut oh, It glvea Iha denta a Thrill lo Nam that Oklahoma Mill tha Fighting Uaard, will opp«a« tha Frtaeo Terror. One Kyed Mut! While Hauling ISunliun Mlka Mriiee. the llopa anil I'rtda of Tarin*«r«*. la dua to beat tha very 0»n off Oreaaer Joe, from YuenUui' (Thl» Kind of l"ar«y la • "Ml 1.1/; or what tha Htaga would «*ll a 1111,1.) Kometimna a fllnk "onlpoint*" a lluy, and then thare la a llua and (Yy About the Flandloh llaferea. and how ha ahould ha I'nurlng T'a limtead of Mu«ln« Up the lung You often hear thla Kind of Thing Than there'* tha Kayo ttualnana. too- that'* whan ll»ey ara lha Whole Thing TllltU. • • • Ilut, Children, tho 1 hala to thwart Athletic llopaa, thin la no Hport for thoaa who wlah to kaap thalr Ixxika tin tampered with by lloatlla Hooka! ACCUSED MAN IS RE-ELECTED Portland Surprised by Ger manic Demands May »».—Thirteen ranolullona adopted ty tin Kedera uon of Garmaa apeaklng nomwi Cfclhollc aodrtlea. which ended a twiMlay Manlon her* Uurt night a aemntlon In Portland today. The aortety re-elected Joeerh Woemdle. now nnder fire by the Palled W*in government for al leged wartime acUvtllea, IU prmt dent. • Among the reeotatJoa* adopts waa »n* condemning "certain •» called patriotic onr*n:«atlotia" Another gxtßirtHcHl lh» Oretfan (rlrratlon la rongrrea ta "aiert every meana U> put a atop to out ragea committed by Frmrii aol diary, and particularly by twrro troop* of lb* Krench cmfrumrnl upon women and children of tier many on the Ithln«" The On(uo drl< cation waa aim ulinl to "lend ulmoat Influence to early pear* with tbe central power* The Portland echool board wa» crttldaed for "discrimination" in employment of teacher*, and It w*i alleged that "a wave of reiiclou ■ bigotry and Intolerance" bad aprung up. The federal government** action 4<*lrurt Joeeph Woemdle. newly re flect ed jireeulent of the aocl «ty. ww madef the aubjeet of a aher? attack, and ft plea for dianiUual of the eaM a*alnat Mm waa dl rected to Attorney Uaaaral Haugberty. Woemdle to aocuaed try the rtjv emment of Having lent aid to Cap tain liana Porhm. Herman rpy. during tbe latter'a operations ta tfce I Tatted Btataa The government now aeeka to cancal bto dtlrenaklp. alleging that 1% waa obtained on fraud. Woemdla to a wealthy Portland attorney. Ailu Sheriffs' Aid to Get Rum Runners Anticipating that bnoae runner* will attempt to take advantage of the laying off of practically the en tire force of dry agent a for a 4ft-day period. Ponald A. MrDonald. atata director of prohibit!* n. Monday ad drenaed a lrtter to the aherlffa of the •tate requesting the utmoet co-opera tion In handling the altuatton. Weight Limit on Jugoslavia Mail A Waigtlt limit Of 12 pounds *1 the rata of II cent* per pound ha* boon placed on all r««ul*x and r»|t«iftfd parctv] poat parkifM to Jugoslavia, nownllm to Uforica E. Williams. »U perlntend'nt of maJla. Tobacco U k14.-I to tha Hal of article* prohibited in lb* mails fur Jugoslavia. State Women's Clubs to Convene, Tacoma An attractive program for the an ntiai convention of the State federa tion of Women's ctuha May 11, at the First Methodist church. Tacoma. Is tx>ing completed by officer* and com mittee chairmen of the organisation Community Chest Fund Is Organized Organisation of the community cheat fund, designed to concentrate all drives for money Into one big an nual campaign, was effected at 11 a m Monday In the aaeembly room of the I'hamlier of Commerce. Croatian Picture Bride to Return NKW YORK. May JS Because her flanre didn't look In the leant like th« handaome picture he had her. Itusld Homovle, a Croatian "picture bride," Jilted him on her arrival In thla country, and la now prepared to fare deportation rather than mnrry him. She alao objecta to him bocttuaa lie In a miner, auyinit aha, la uaod to "genteel and refined" aurroundlnica. HETROPOUTAN Hvf jiynßltoW g Mr to 7k'. I*liia Tat. KKANCKfI 11' »A HUMAN. News in Tabloid ftpartol for aplnetera: Canary bird found on municipal etraet oar Mountaineer* plan for outing at (1 lacier park, on l.ake Chelan. Annual Ilnee day aale of Ilouaa of flood Shepherd achnduled for June 4 Ita l»th anniversary waa celebrated Kunduy by Trinity Pariah Rplauip&J church. ft> ven men Initiated Saturday by Hr Tree, U. of W. aealor men a bon orary aoclety. Jirtll tenme of IlaJnler Noble poet. American Legion, to meet in Armory Monday mitit 1 lattery B. «SH C. A. C„ held M« feed In lion Mar the banquet room Saturday night. Flower* to be strewn on wilrn of I-ake I'rron by Queen City Tarht club on Memorial day. "Sheep" (») howls all night and keepe him awake, A. J. WeeUtoff, 111 17th avs, reporta to polloa. Moona lodge In ftnrumerit aa to whether new building ahould tie con alrtirted on open or cloaed nhop plan Baptists of Northweet to meet In Seattle May II to June J, Inclusive, to attend golden jubilee celebration Public tryout for speaking and alnging parta In '"The Wayfarer." to be held July It In Uia U. of W stadium Washington mill* rapidly grilnr over to all American Inula, report* lx>yal 1-egion of lA>a*rn and Urn bermsn. ladder burglar pti IM (ram apartment of Mlas It. Johnaoa and Mlaa Ida Carlson. till Bo ran ave_. Saturday night. Monday. I p. ta. ReatOe (M asrv Ira commission room*, LJeal Cot C A. Beoane to apeak on The Cable Br at era of the Pacific." Battle of Vlcfcabarc recalled ae tto ttth annli hi aary. Sunday, by R. 1L Kan. ltot Ninth eve, who waa wounded daring the atega MualeaJa by Japanese woman, to nUee money for Chineae famine fund Wednesday, 7 .10 p. m at Nippon Kaa. Waablngton at. and Maynard ave. Washington Investment Banker*' •aaoclatlon disbands to unite with Pacific Northwest group of Amerl ran Investment Hanker *" aaaorla lion. Warn* agritnst taktng or eating of aalmon trout under 11 tnchaa In length. Violation of law. aaya I. H l>ar»ln. alata aupeiintendent of flaherlea. „ John B. Bnrnham. New Tork, to paaa thro Beat lie on way to inape< t hi* game condttlona In Blherla Hurnham ta president of the Ameri can tiama Protective aaanclaUon. ONE-ARMED MAN IS WHOLE POLICE FORCE WII.LI AI4BTOWN, N J . May IS—A one armed man haa been hired by tha Monro* township committee for police duty at VVlll lamstown, following the milgna lion of Marahai ftout. Htout aaid that a faw ntghu ago h« w»» kidnaped by bandit*, two man and woman, who drova an automobile. ll* wu *u*pt rlou* and drew hi* gun, but the quartet spring upon him. chloro formed htm, threw htm In tha car and dropped him in a saamp two miles from town, ha aald. He w«ke up without hla gun and money, but atlll had hi* badge, so ha walked back and turned this In. Tha now marshal la Johß I trow n and suya ha lan't afraid of kldnnpera. Um** ««« t )<M $60.00 Will buy a real suit A jrarment of style, masterfully tailored, and choice of an infinite variety of imported Hpring woolens SlnelXvs ON SECOND AT MARION ONLY FIVE DAYS LEFT CRESCENT QUITS DOORS CLOSE SATURDAY Saturday, at 6 p. m., this store, after a success- XLUk ful experience in catering to the dress needs of thou sands of Seattle women, j- •' will declare "finis" and f Mv\ lock the doors. In the few remaining IvlJ IS hours a supreme effort TT will be made to dispose of |l the big stock of coats, V |l suits and dresses on hand, f / n The lease has been dis / t 111 posed of, fixtures sold and the merchandise must be W ■ rid without thought /# of profit and. with little (2 regard to cost. SMART SUITS A 7E Handsome sport d ■ 'J./j suits of wool w I jersey in all the I Mi popular spring colors, have been reduced to a /■ ..V final mark down. These are won- [ J \V\ derful values in quality and style. / / em *4 m 7|" Suits of trico-W f£Jfl d ■ n .ff al tLn ® and serge 1 AI lIA W I ||E" W in the newest'-#/! rfM I ■ Moused and box 1(1 I Wjl styles. A woman always needs a 11 1 1 Uj good-looking suit, and here is the ||4 I I P real opportunity to get one. Hl] 1 I \ Mm g* Beautiful rafts II 'II I 3BBMff Sof serge and tri- Im\ U ■ co tine hand llf somely made, silk lined, as well as clever sport VII novelties will be sacrificed at this I tt price. n Complete Outfit for the Price of One Garment Al flw |lii>Mty prim of Om> <Mnf bum fH eaa gr€ • i«al. rait m 4 dma at itoot the price ;n «nsld expect to par l«r • »lnr*e ctrwnL Worth Mdnf Into M*, kal It? And bear In mind that this b a mart nmr stock, mart of It purrtuord lor fhW mkmn'i moat diMTiadnattag trmdr. All thal'a new and faofcionahle la «*■'• «in>aril b rrpn*wmtr*L COATS AND WRAPS FA What you need, and what you #QU want in the Crescent stock— # newest spring models in sport and ■ regulation styles. Fine range of materials, colors and sizes to suit aIL A TPC Silk-lined wraps—everything | H IQ in stock that is new and de- I sirable—is included at this ■ price. f» DRESSES =slo= HN / // / * Dresses of silk and fine IT! / 1/y / wools, in the season's best I' f. i styles will l>e sold tomorrow at this one price. Think of getting a smart dress at $10! I £1 fa 7 C Simple andelab- B vlv* I yt"':ite models in 1 the smartest styles have been I reduced to this price. I CIQ 7C^ ust m your I WI Vb I Vchoice; practi | cally any dress in our higher 1 priced stock may be picked up this week at $19.75. There are some wonderful values in our line of dresses. Don't fail to see 4hem. Crescent JS imro Cloak and Suit Co. Ave. Just Opposite Postoffice WEDNESDAY MAY 2H, 1921.