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'' ljr old rtinge. EMPRESS lALLHBU MIKES —lOO ranges 10 styles He lest rage money,brains and skffl can protect —the highest grade ranjje made in America—at greatly reduced prices—that's what you may look for during this sale the material, the work manship and the scientific knowledge that go into these EMPRESS MALLEABLE RANGES are al ways the best—there's a reason—even' range is guaranteed for 15 years—not verbally—you get a written guarantee—backed by a great national bonding company for faithful performance—and this week they are all sale priced—priced as you haven't seen them priced for years and years. EVERY ONE OF THEM GUARANTEED FOR IS YEARSI •SEATTLE • 'TACOMA* O&CO09 Mi Ptmr MmHiniiiniinniniiniiiiiiiinHiiiuiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniimiiiiiiiiniiii^ I feast Hafdwai*e (s| I «a PIKI SISIH § I Screen Door | I Clean-Up | B Because of a backward reason EE B we are offering these extreme s 8 WHILE THEY LAST v H 45 ° n ' y * sti,cß » l) lack screen, 5■ ' i' V Values to $3.80 $2.18 | S BgApiMteil 110 only, l'/g-in. stiles, black and ss 5 Kinnrra galvanized screen, four styles == gf fancy doors; well made, and fin- =s ■ ished with 2 coats of varnish— 5= H 57.75 s3*lß [ gjj These doors in following sizes, but 5E 55 not in ail styles— == H 30x78 32x80 34x82 36x84 g f| |ia| Window Screen j| 55 ■jj p :gm 15 ins. high. Adjusts from 29 EE 1 WEAR-EVER Decided g 8 Reductions n S />Tb >r\ ON ALL = Jf aluminum "WEAR-EVER" I I \£lf 'ALUMINUM | == w ,rsc u*rtir See our new prices before E= S5 TRADt MARK purchasing. HE || EE M $l.OO for Your Old Iron J ga ~ EE WBKHBs/ When ready to buy a new Hot EE Point or Universal Electric Iron, S5 EE bring in your old one and we will EE |= flvW GIVE YOU $l.OO ON PURCHASE H EE PRICE— H 3 HOT POINT f6.9S—with old iron, f5.95 |j = UNIVERSAL s6.7s—wjth old iron, *5.75 EE IlllllllllllllllllllllllilllillllillllllillllllllillilllilllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllP YOUTH KIDNAPED A SECOND TIME 400 Armed Men on Trail of Malcolm Ethcridgc MI'SKO'iKK, OK hi . AUC. S. A IKnw of 400 arttn-d turn U*lnv wonKh 1 Maliolm ICtherldK''. 17, v »><> dl*«|v pmrwl (or tha naeond tint* within a monlh AtlthoHtloH believe he wan kidnaped by a ma/iked trans i:thrrldir» w ui robbed n month «*o He ki-rtiwxl it pan* of m«i of hoMtn* him up. and a blt'er feud reaulted hetwnren the Metwnl R*«K and fr lend* of Ktherklvt Shortly before tl«> ra*« w»* to rom« to trial. Ktll«rldf« vrii* kid naped, and wax fount] bound and ***nr«-d 24 hour* later In an ah-«n done»| ahnrh on the outaklrta of lli« elty. Authorities believe lw la again In custody of the itunje Three Arrested in Police Booze Raids In three raid* made by Uie pollre dry aauiut Tuesday nlirtit. three men and a lare* .manrtmerit of firewater were lodged In the city Jail. J. Kurtno, S», hot e| proprietor at IIIH fllath ave.; Krtk l«ronl»rif. UI4 Odve at. and J M HnuJl, IC3I »«th ave. 8. are held. 1921 Record of Pedestrians Hit by Automobiles 479 Klo.-k. 4. la per a / Mhapo fntnlly hurt aa tli« re ault of an accident at N. T»th ft. and Orernwood ava. Monday nl«ht. Tryrve waa croaalni the etreet with hla aiater when etruck by an auto driven by Donald r. Iloaaman. IS* N. 7Jth at. According to lloaanutn. the boy leaped In front af tha car He waa hurled aevernl fret, lie waa taken to l-rotridrnce hoapital. where he la Buffering from a fractured akull and Internal injuries. ttoiaman la In city Jail on a charje of rm kieaa driving. k Mrltrlde. f. 1T?1 Thirl " • N. waa eerloualy In Jured Monday afternoon when etrorJt by an auto at Third ava N. and ttlaJne at. Ha waa taken to tha Chil dren'a Ortho|*dic hoapital with aaa vere aoalp wound and poealble In ternal Injuries. The auto waa driven by Oeorge Taylor. 1121 W. find at,. who Mid tha anrldmt occurred when the boy ran In front of hla auto, try In# to cr**m the afreet. Mr. and Mra. W. W. MiUrlde are tha boy'a parent*. A^A —ftoku. I. "on of L ■ • "p. Ktoke#, ftrahurst park, wa* tadlr rut and bnatard Mort4«y afirrnoon when (truck at Klghth av», and Ollva n. by an auto ilrlnii i>y K. R. HaTteek. TIS 8:x(h ava. Th» boy was taken to city hoaptlal. *Vp> ha wu found to bay* g*»hoa on tha head and body. Both front whxala of tha auto pajmd ortr tha boy'i body, and ha U thought to bava • utalnod Internal tnJurl<-«. Tha ac cident «u cammd by carcleaimaaa. according to Matlrck. Pioneer Woman Diet in Home of Sister Wlaa Katherine Mi mcellhatton tO. at th« horn* of her (tutor. Mr* Thomas Moore. Ill* W«*hin*ton *t„ Tuenday wtrtit. She had llred Id Ke nt tie U yeara. Linger and Linger Grow foe Chains ol Title Do yoo know what rhaJna of Titlo are? Every time a property I* aold. or mort*«*ed, or pwwi through an K.»tate, or forecloaure", trmnw tlon forma a "link" In tha chain of till*. To r* idrnr» the older anil more complicated title* of IfeatUe by ahetriwta la a trdtoti* and eipe naive buak nean. Better rot It ahort and make It certain hy demanding Title Insurance. ImuM by WASHINGTON TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY "I'nder Sl*te SuperTlilon" Aaaela More Than $630,000 gi ;■ A NOW PLAYING '/ W'ffltZZ-L. TwW Daily: M5-«:13 WILLIAM FOX l*rn>mU "OVER THE HILL" IT'S THK TAI.K OK BKATTI"K FROM CITY 1.1 MIT TO CITYIJMIT Evenings: 17r, 50r. 77c A Kcw Sf»l» at fl.oo Mallnr**: !7r and 50r i I'lux War Tax Srr^BtMtTROPOUTAN THE SEATTLE STAR WHEN A WOMAN TELLS! . mm ■ HnMßk-- _ M nUTH AGNCS AIIKMNO "DEAR TOM: Today I, H riff a Sorenaon, have changed from a bride-elect to a woman of unsettled status—the first honest thins I have done in my life. You expected, of coume, that you were going to marry me next month. You aren't." Thus opens the first chapter of "When a Woman Telia," a wonderful story of human impulses and human hearts, written especially for The Star by Ruth Agnes Alxiling, who knows the feminine soul as few writers do. FIRST CHAPTER IN THE STAR FRIDAY—DON'T MISS IT Geologist Coming en Route to Alaska Rn rout* to Aiukt on his annua) investigation tour Dr. AJfred >1 Brook*, geologist in elitrn of the Aluki division of ih* I'nlted (tiU* geological mtrrry wftl arrive tn Boat tla Thursday minlni, «mrdin| tn Ul«(rtplllc word r*rtr«l by th» Alulu bur««a of th* tMlh Chun b*r of Otmißitm. Prtnc* WiilUra nound. fh* Mat* noaka roal field* and th* Kaatlahna mining district will ba vUllad by Dr. Brooks. Clallam County 1 * Storm Lom Small IX>RT AXiKn.KJt, AO* I—Total blewdown average of CUilam county timber tn th* big cyclone last Janosry will not r«ach II per cant, according to member* of the county board of equalizers, meetinc bet*, with Umber owners. l/» than 1100.000 in valuation, or si#.- 004 In tax**, will ba taken from th* tax roll. It was dec la rod. Cuticvra Is Wonderful For Tour Hair On retiring nib Kx*i of dan draff and itchmc wnth CutKura Ommtgl Next mornmf ibaaapn with Cuticiira Mao and hot waur Th«a <)aanaaa tha acaJp at daadnifl and pnmxrfaa hair brailh. laailalukrnatrM »*»!■■ IMmU» »r»xm».p»f>»»« Milan it.U—." HwM twif likalt They Stretch Nechs to See Art at Show TTiere was standing room only In th* H«tU* Art club room* on th* top floor of th* Hoc* Building an n*x Tutadsy night. Tit* occasion was th* flrat art m hibttion of th* chib. Mar* than MO pieces. comprising oils, water colon, paat'ls and sculptur* war* Included in th* exhibit. Subjects covered a a Id* range, and in style and treatment varied front art posters to subtle Impressionistic portra>aJa. Bo great wa* th* crowd that per son* of ordinary height were almost out of tuck. The tall one* could look ov*r th* rwst. Hhort one* could peek under and b*tw«rn. But evrn those doomed to b* deacrltied as of "me dium height" did manair* to **c everything by biding their time. This first exhibition was ao suc cessful that It Is planned to hold others from time to time. TAKIMA -Is wator going thru Irrigation systems and finding way hn< k Into Yakima still xLnrsure wa ter? Question up befor* reclamation service. The most wonderful exercisc JKK for young and old. Try it in % warm ooean water at Beauti- % H CRYSTAL \ 1r pool 1 ■ The Finest Natatorium on the M M SAFE AND SANITARY I FOR LADIES ONLY Jf Every Thursday between the m qf * hours of 12 and 2, with free class V instruction. m \ Seattle Natatoriim Co. / % Second and Lenora M Oprn Daily Oprn SuimUj W W. Sr.M. to Ifc3o 10 A. M. to M r. M. 10::» P, M. J Phono KllkoM o_f\FJ! , l " » »««■" far mirrMATIHM aad Kindred Iff jUir ar L# lllMidrri. It rraiavn tlir rnimr and rriiarra «b» ayntrai ta brallb. SO !>♦«' TRKATMHNT M a«a»faiaa«l *2.00 per Ha*. Dtarrlpllvi bank frrr. ■UH-*P < »"•Taoanaa Waak. ITaa Bala b/ Ura(|bU —Ad»u Uaaaiaal / JULY COOLEST j IN MANY YEARS Temperature for Month Is Lowest Since 1909 Seattle ha<l lower temperature rtur ! Ing July thin year th«n for morf 1 than )2 yeara. Tf <>rd« nf !lw> »Milifr bureau *how The tempeiature ha* j averna<d <lO » dcgrcia, while that of l»«» wu «n « July wa» one of Ihf dryeat month* In this period, having but "l of »n Inch of rainfall The hlgheitt l»m|»r j atura for July of Oil* yar wa* 77 , degr«-c«. the yrar 1»0* registering JA. the hlghriit. Tlcrr were II dear day*. 14 parity cloudy and t cloud) for Kiwllln In July. Hit Car in Flame*, He Leaps for Life When hl» auto, a own p»nwnfr touring car, oautcht fir* Tuesday night at Kaat 4Ath «l. and Iftth •»'- N K. K H llawta, 30th ave. N K. and K *9ih at., Wus forced to Irap for hla life. According to a report received by police. Ili*t> waa driving homeward when tha car ba. kflred I'lames shot fr»>m beneath the hood. The rar waa wrapped In fire before Jiawts could Jump. The mr waa almost totally de stroyed. Seattle Writers in 1 Film Contract Work John A. J&rrnuUi. former Seattle newspaper man, aimed a contract Wednesday to wrlta sli atorlea for fall production at the Murk Kennelt studio*. according to word received hare from I<ON Ancle*. Jarmutb will write the romedlea In collaboration with Walter An thony, well known here .m a dramatic ciillc and student of the wu, Jap Cook Arrested for Tobacco Theft A revived of stealing tobaoro and candy valued at f&00 from th* ,<rtore of Ketter and llrrnlaum. 1210 Recond ave.. where he w em played a* a cook at the lunch counter, T. Okada. a Jap. I* hel I In Jail on open char*" fur Inveatl cation. Do you know you can roll 5Q Mood agariftetfor I Oct* from ono bag of ... etMUINI Uuu-Durham TOBACCO fie*, but Boldt s Broad la good! —Advertisement. DR. H. T. HARVEY <B» PrwMevrt Michigan Rial* Board Dental Kiamlner*) Dental Surgeon Diagnostician Pyorrhea Specialist X-Ray Laboratory Highest Order of Real oration Work Done Riaminalioa and Retinal* IYw 504-12 Kit el Building hKCOND AND I'IKK hKATTUJ H^H H^H V vHR9H^H 1 I \ E C^- I JM »mm ■ i/i !; ■: t*f i] ,1 ■ i wm tm ' - r J Greatest of ALL Underwear Sales for August at "Cheasty's" Surplus stocks of "Lewis" and Gantner & Mattern summer weight underwear offered at 33Vz°!o Discount off of this summer'B regular prices. Regular $4.00 "G and Regular $2.50 "G and M" lace knit silk lisle M" fancy cotton shirt* shirts and drawers and drawers... f1.«5 . 92.65 Regular $5.00 M G and Regular $B.OO "Lewis" M" fancy cotton sfflt light weight worsted lisle striped anion union suits 9-1.65 suits 9335 Regular $4.50 "Lewis" Regular $3.50 Sea Island silk lisle union suits Cotton "Lewis" anion 93.00 suits 92.35 Regular $B.OO "Lewis" Regular $5.00 "Lewiaf full - fashioned silk cotton and wool ankft lisle union suits, 95.35 suits SBJB Two assorted groups of summer underwear on aale tables offered Ag„ 1 Qg at UDC and 9i«u9 Most all "Lewis" and Hatch one-button garment* Cheasty's Tea Party Hostess Robbed of Purse Whllo she entertained frlenda at in*. Tuesday aftrrnoon. Mra. George I'urdy, »«7 Vale st„ m-a* rubbed of a l>urm> containing about $7OO by a buriflar. A burglar who entered the home of ti. C. Klee, 4131 Hhinney ave.. by using a pass key. took a check for 1110. Issued to Klec from the tfhell Oil company, which waa later rnahe<l at a downtown store by a man giv ing the name of Donald Long BUY DIAMONDS ON CREDIT ROW | 1 |[ 1 -ffflKlv* i'i*. - ■ J To Buy a Diamond It Not Extravagance A Good Diamond Is a Good Investment Our plan in buying a Diamond is just like placing your money in a savings account, and you wear the ring while paying. JM £ m TAKK TOUR CHOICB of a special Jmm II lot of perfect cut, blue white Dta ▼ll JS monds, mounted In Tiffany settings H In gentlemen's mountings, all H ■ 14 K. solid gold. Peter Michael J1 I Street ifl|HPVin Peoples llank Building WFDNKSDAY. AUGTTRt S Burglars Nip Suits Hear Police Station A gang of burglars entered the Municipal Tailor ahop. 407 Tester way, early Wednesday morning bj prying open a window and left wttl IS mill.l of clothes. According t police, the burglars spent aevafii hours In the shop hunting for vah» ablea. The suits wen» taken to liack porch and sorted, the »0M suita being taken and the •eo«>S» hand ones left.