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store for newlyweds— —many persons filled with a longing for a well-furnished home go on faring the world year after year with an unsatisfied ambition, because in meeting the I I demands of daily existence they find It impossible to lay oat a sufficient amount of money at one time, to pay cash, for the required home furnishings. —Tor thin rrauM w nay to yon: yon art wfcwM to w wir MnTmM, |T 111 W I hrlpful rrrdll mttW. For ovrr 57 ytmr* ttlia nloro hu rnA H po» iiibh' for UiotMUMh and thouaanda of iintl) mh and home kivcra U furnish ilirir Imam Willi rou noniy and cmivrtilemw. TRAPK MARK factory sale and demonstration week of the "NU WAY" KEROSENE GAS BURNER —introducing our latest acquisition, the wonderful in~ vention that is revolutionizing cooking and baking. $55 INSTALLED —first came stage coaches, trains, autos, then the air planes—now comes this "Nu Way" Kerosene Gas Burner. Invented by a young Seattle man and now being used with absolute satisfaction in hun dreds of Seattle homes. I'scs kerosene and gives an intense hot BLUE FLAME. 10c to 15c a day buys your fuel. —a twist of the wrist raises or lowers the flame. It's noise less. Has a simmerer (pilot) burner. Heats your water coils—your oven or the top of your range all at one time or any part separately. The in ventor himself will be here this week to demonstrate the burner. —no more wood chopping, no kindling, coal, soot or odors. You turn it on when you need it—off when you are through; sp simple a child can operate it. M—thm nanafactnnra of thto Ctraooa "HBI# ONLY BAIJS. Thla to * moat nnoaual annoanra- CSS mant for lk« tfe*l tbla w«k we ti*» ita» kk lutdy KTIEB to all oirmbera of the club a f beautiful » piece Pyre* e«>t and you hare fl*e atylra of varloua priced cmMnrla to cbooae fn»m. Tou pay only IS- down and T\r\Tir\J the balance in amall monthly payments. L/U WIN a gift for the JUNE BRlDE— —thto bandaome *• I \ Jjl piece tinulnr l*y- v J Ink m art, exactly aa T\ pictured, i cuatard \ \_ ——————————————— FIFTH 100 DINNER SETS very special priced— —this la an open stock pattern jAt. #«v /l pamt from our large assortment of 0 Q "Add-aPlece" dlnncrware set*. m /\ g. iyiy, h regular prior >36.50 —decorated In a beautiful vlnlage i«atfcrn with coin MY piece eet; service for < L——-r nnriD n.onn our new 1921 catalogue is ready— (MlX IN nils COIPON AM) M.\ll, TO IS) Standard Furniture Co., Seattle, Wa*h. Dear Him: Pleaae Bf*rid me your new complete FREE home furnishing catalog: NAME ADDHEBK (These catalog mafled to out of town folk* only, who are unable to call at utore) 11 fj TPJJW<3 My nnWN —NOTT: th* (TMt drvnand far thrw burner—Uh> 1 IjlVillO Sir - II U\JWVi |>inil liniil«d output of (hp factory nrnwlUlm m iteUiit that burner* will bo inataiird In th* unit I in whiHi they mrr purHuwA ™nn n/ym JUNE BRIDE "SELLERS" KITCHEN CABINET CLUB STANDARD FURNITURE CO. SEATTLE SECOND AVK. AT PINE ST. save $21.75 on this duofold davenport —tills attractive davenport Is mnde with solid Ak ed WIJ oak frame, fumed flnlab. upholstered In a «B « |bl ( / fine grad<! of urUflclal brown Spnnlsh lather; regular prlcc 157.50; special for the week. 535.73. remUr price 157.50 nrTTi n/x>R OUR FREE RENTAL DEPARTMENT— —each week hundreds of homeseekers make use of our FREE Rental Department to secure the home they de sire to rent. —you are invited to list the home you have for rent with this department. Telephone Main 7144 thikd ki>>or L. SCHOENFELD & SONS KOUNDKII IN 1861 TACOMA K SriIORNKKI.iI « SONS 101-11 South Eleventh St. THE SEATTLE STAR We Learn From Baby Bonaparte, It's Possible to Be Too Smart! MY Child, N. Bonaparte will be the Subject of this Verae Now, H» afforila h Proof that Chtlilri-n ahould allow It lo be understood hy Parents, <lif!»rdlana, and Such, thst, sfler all, they're not so Much! Napoleon was very younir when first he ue'd hla little Tongue to put hla 12ldera In their I'laoe by mm' auch Phrase as "Shut Your Knee!" It worked at Home; It worked at Hchool; It wan the moil Important Itulc by which this email but able Soul onpped off a Profitable Hols. • • • A tall Mrunet named Josephine had Hankering! to be a Queen, and be, to (ratify her Whim, allotted the Olrl to mnrry him. Hut ah, It wan no lasting llond One Usy ha ditched her for a Blonde! Hla Brother*, mean time, wanted Work; they oouldn't '»ei-m to farm, or clerk, or toll at Ordi nary Thlrinn aj.il so ha let them all be Klnga' • • • n u t what goea up must need* noma down, and that'e what happened to hla Crown tha l»av he went to Waterloo I/> keep a Date he'd promised to He kept the Hate; they got hU Owl, and booked him Pata.ige on a Boat that took him very far away. • • • No on the Whole, It doenn't pay to work so bard for Number Oua. (Hoe Woileslay, Duke of Wellington ) Car Plunges Over Bridge; Driver Safe Km 11 narrowly e*rai>ed death by dt owning wh»n hla auto crashed thru Ibn railing of the M-ir glnaj way bridge Saturday night. Ijuiiilln tried to pun rom« rub bish on tli* bridge, and hla rar skid d<*d, IjiciUlle leaping to safety when he Raw the car wua goliij; over. Tlie car won rnlaed lali r. Swedish Covenant Convention Coming The nallonaJ convention of the Swedish Kvangrlical Covenant of Amerlna will be held at the Hwedlsh tjibcmirle, Hellevuc are. and Pike dt., June *3 to S7. Hundred* of dele gate* are expected tn attend. The Kev. 1-YIU Peterson, of Block holm. Hweden. will reprearnt hla country. Eaglet Go to State Meeting on Special On the way to the l«th annual sea *ton of the Washington Htsi* aerie, which opened at Aberdeen Monday. 1.000 member* of Kcatlle aerie No 1. fraternal Order of K.igle*. pxrnded from their hill to the Northern l*a clflc station Hunday morning, The imrty left on a special train of ten coaches. M.I.MAN, Washington Plate college graduate* *tu«lent*. PAINS IN SIDE AND BACK Caused by Woman's IDs ud Cured by Lydit EJinkham't Vegetable Compound Grafton, Pa.— "I »u troubled with inflammation and pa mi fci my aides and back. After doctoringwith dif ferent doctors and not ef tting relief, I bad almost given up hopes when my Bister told me of Lydia E. Pink ham'a Vegetable Compound, and Knowing that she bad really been helped by it, 1 purchaaed it I waa unable to do my work at that time, but after taking aeveral bottlea ;>f the Vegetable Compound 1 can now do anything about the house or farm that a woman should do. 1 have a four months old baby that ia the healthiest and biggest baby for hia age that I have ever seen, and I give Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- Kiund all the praiae for my health. rn.Bt.Aiß L. Fisher. K.D.1,80x 37, Grafton, Pa. Working early and late—lifting, •arrying, and the heaviest of house hold duties -Is it any wonder that it reaulta in backaches and kindred ilia. But every woman who suffers as Hra. Fisher d'd should profit by her cxpe rience and give l.vdia E. I'inkham't Vegetable OMNNMRd a fair trinl. How You May Change Your Face Completely Any woman not satisfied with her complexion ran ••aailv remove It and have a now one. The thin veil of stiffing half-dead cuticle is an en cumbrance and should be removed to give th© froah, vigorous. jroutig akin underneath a chance to Hue If and to breathe. There's a simple j old-fa*hion« d remedy which will al ways do the work. (let an of pure mercollxed wax from your druggist and apply It at night like cold cream, washing It off In the morning The wax will eently ab sorb all the lifeless skin and have a healthy and beautiful complexion, as fresh as a child a. Naturally It takes with tt all such facial blemishen as I freckles, moth patches, calNiwncHu, fllvrr spots, pimples. It Ik pl«a>«nt to use, and economical. The face so ■treated soon looks jrars younger. To keep the skin free from wrin kles there's nothing quite no good as i the old reliable sax o lite lotion. Jt Is | only nec sSTiiry to dissolve an ounce of powdered saxoMte in a half pint of witch basel and bathe (he face In this ss required. Advertisement. Herpicide FRANCES BOA HUMAN. ROSE SOCIETY TO GIVE MEDALS Eighth Annual Show Opens Wednesday B«attle'« rosea are about to pi on exhibition. 11. Ulltv eoTISI tn *nv KVor Aim. IW'utity, eqtial to any ever dis played by tJie flower kingdom, will mobilize tn the campus museum. Korextry building of the t'nlvemlly nf Washington. Wednesday and Thtirwday. I nnrwnay. The nrrajrton will be the city's eighth annual rose show. In recognition of the Importance of the event the American Roee so ciety ha. l * for the first time offrred three medals, one of allver and two of bronze, to be awarded according to specifications. AWAIIIIS TO UK MAI>K TO AIJ. f.ROWKK.B Other trophlea hare been offered by lo<«J nine enthusiasts, no that "wards will lie mud* to growers of practliiilly every da** of rrwe. Ttie Hhow will be open to the pub lic at 2 p m. Wednesday Kxhllxtor* inay enter by curd between 1 and 2 p. m Men attending the dlaplay on Ihe first day will t>e given houtton niere* by the following women: Ml-* Ha/el Volmer, Mm Minnie Kuykendall. Ml** Gertrude Wya.lt, Mrs. Norma Jones, Mia* l.llllan Handy. Mr* Hetty Heck. Miss Wini fred l.ltUefield and Mlaa Clan Tal COtL HIM. AFFII.fATR WITH NATIONAL, SOOKTY Affiliation with the national so ciety la expected to accompany this exhibit as soon an 100 members of the local organization ran be ob tained. Plana for a teat garden here, as In rortland, In which ail varieties of roses may be grown, are under vr*y. The exhibit will ha tn rharge of Pmf. I-Yank 8. Hall, eorator of the state muwum of Washington. Ilules of the show allow no per son tn compete ss an amateur If he tells flowers for budding or Is em ployed by a nurseryman. The>* also require that the exhibitor shall have grown his roe# on his premises and not in a greenhouse. Other regula tions affect rlasslfleatlonw'and the number of prlxes to wTilcb an exhib itor Is eligible. Judgment will bo made on Oie fol lowing scale: Hixe. 20; color, 10, stem, 15; form. 15: substance, 15; fo liage. 1J; total, 100 per cent. Peddler Diet After He Eat* Shortcake R. l» Huffman, 42, a vegetable ped dler living at the Berkshire hotel, died at 10:15 Sunday night, as the result of convulsions following the eating of several pieces of straw berry shortcake. Huffman told his room mate. 8. E llolK'ite, that he was hungry and was going out to get some shortcake. Returning st 1015, Huffman coin plained of pnlns In the chest and said he was going to bed. >s he was un dressing he was suddenly seized with convulsions and died Immedi ately. City Officials to View Skagit Project Seattle's city officials will spend most'of thin week on an Inspection trip to the Skagit hydro electric proj oct. VThey will make a survey of Gorge creek, Diablo canyon, Ruby creek and other part* of the proposed de velopment They will leave Tuesday morning, returning Friday. WE BATE RBfTENTEY ADDKD 1.500 NEW BOXES TO OL'R MODERN SAFETY DEPOSIT VAULTS. Coma and examine nor equipment for the safekeeping of bonds and olher valuable papers. Enlrinrr comer Secondare, at I'iUe it. PEOPLES SAVINGS BANK rrm IH Pain's enem -y I'lkllluiLl OX j Rnd i tail Sloan's l.ini j JjC ? mant will nU«n any asternal ache : or^afnqtiicfclyand tSi! surely—a wel ,| «n~. ■ ii coma sensation of I] warmth and com- I l| .—fort. Kssp it bandy. 2nd big week NOW PLAVIN6 D. W. GRIFFITH'S NEWEST ANI) GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT Wtfef MmlkL* A DRAMATIC MASTERPIECE Suggested by the characters of THOMAS BURKE'S "LIME HOUSE NIGHTS," "GINA OF CHINATOWN" and "THE SIGN OF THE LAMP"—where the struß ,?le of human souls is vividly portrayed by the touch of the master's hand. PATHE ....;.;....a5Vj r T NEWS ? fcvmlnK* and Sundays.. 50< ) Cl«r Kiwanis Clubs in Cleveland Meet CI.FTVKUANT), June 10. ]j.ke Italia and train* liyided delegnte* from all part* of tfie country here today for the sixth international con vention of Kiwanis • luha. Confer rnees of officer* for organization were hold preliminary to the general K'/wlnn, which starts tomorrow. Krom the conference of the public Qkmmr NOW JSZ**FRIDAY NIGHT EVA NOVAK "WOLVES OF THE NORTH" A ureal avalanche is but one of a humlred thrills in Uiia mitfhl)' drama (Vniverttal Special Attraction) Buster Keaton Brings Down the House in "The High Sign" Introducing the crookedest guns UeU ever was EXTRAORDINARY Ml SICAIa KVKNT I.IBORIUB IIAI'PTMAN Seattle'* l'remier Pianist In concert four times daily, al 2;M, 4:30. 7:30 and 9:45 You Need More Than A Laxative NR Today—Kmp* the Doctor Away ' I To lira and he hralthv. your body genuine. tasting benefit; to Improve yotl mechanism muit properly divert your digestion and assimilation. give you a food, extract all the nourishment flora rood heartv appetite, regulate yoai it and promptly throw off the waste liver and bowels. tone up kidney ao that Is left Thla It accomplished by tlon and give your |>olson-clogged body the processes of digestion. assimilation a rood cleaning out. and elimination—the work of the Nature's Remedy (NR Tablets) la not stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels. harsh, it Is mild, easy, pleasant In ao« The failure of any of the vital or- tion; no griping or pain ever follows gnns to do Its work properly lts use: but It la thorough and sura, the art lon of all the others. lts action on the digaatlvs forced howel movement does not A w %orpna It promoter assimilation, help constipation; it only re- fl , 0 ■which means extraction of full lleves for a few hours till con- k nourishment from your food, ditlon that constipation brings ■ a A ■■ and thereby (Ives you new about . « ■ Wstrength, energy, batter blood, New if you are used to taking better appetite. By toning, not so-culled laxative pills, oil, liurf.esstirpirg your laijr liver, NR send! snd the like, you know mighty well bile into the Intestines, Improving ln jou'v© rot to be taking them nil the testlnal digestion. I.ustly, by gently time. Moreover, If you stick to any encouraging more vigorous bowel and one laxative, you've got to be increa*- kidney action, NR drives poisonous Ing the dose all the lime. That can impurities out of and cleans up youc do tou a lot of harm. body. Stop dosing yourself with such things Try Nature's Remedy (NR Tablets) I Just I'm* enough to giva Nature's Rem- nnd Just see how much better you feel edy (NR Tablets) a trial, and let the in every way. Oet a 2Sc bo* today (results show the difference. NR Tab- end take one each night for a week, lets are not mere bowel movers, their You'll say you never felt better in yout frurpone Is lo correct the condition thst ll.'e. NR Is sold, guaranteed Mil induces constiiMition and give yen reM, by ; our druggist. MONDAY, JTTNE 20, 1921. affair* committee was expected a resolution urging a campaign for na tion wide lerirl;ition to Improve physical standards. Relief work ac complished for the Near East, Ku rope and war veterans wait to be summarized by the executive com mittee. "Always procure Title Insur ance. The rout in trifling com pared with the splendid advan tage of being insured against risk by a responsible company." —A. Florence Yertrer-Hajan, in Ladies' Home Journal. Title Insurance can be procured, in Seattle through any one of these three agencies— OSBORNE, TREMPER & CO., INC., 816 Second Ave. SEATTLE TITLE TRUST COMPANY, 114 Columbia St. WASHINGTON ABSTRACT COMPANY, 216 Marion St. I Washington Tie Insurance Company Under Stale Supervision Asset* , More Than |625.M)* f Khwd AMO (j ' |f**wuw\ j L. | >M M» | I _ JX^Hr° OM eut s j t«>TM | ENDS FOOT MISERY j I Cal-e-ade poalively fvm qmck raficf j J and laatinf reauld It penetrates (he • > pore* and reraovea (be cau* (Plaatert a j in each package for Stubborn Corns) J j imaathUnM *i»wM»»l» j To correct constipation, all organs of digestion and elimination should be helped. Try NR and see how much better you feel.