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ISDAY. AIT,VST S. 1921.
service iKlliiiillllllellllllllllll IC- Grunbaum Bros. Furniture Co. k . The People'* Popular Homefumithert [I OUR CREDIT TERMS K FOR 1.000 NEW ACCOUNTS m 9 50 Purchase, $ 1.00 Down, 91.00 Per Week I 9 75 Purchase. $ 3.00 l>o*n, *1.25 Per Week Jf 9100 Purchase. 9 5.00 Down. JM.SO Per Week ■ 9150 Purchase. 9 7.50 Down. 92.00 Per Week ffi 9200 Purchase. 910.00 Down. ?2.50 Per Week D 9250 Purchase. >12.50 Down. 93.00 Per Week 9 9300 Purchase. 915.00 Down. 91.00 Per Week S NO EXTRA CHARGES—NO INTEREST mB H Keep Baby Out of Doors! ■ There is no better tonic in the world for baby ■K than fresh air and sunshine. Give your child plenty H of it and vou w-ill insure his good health and reduce m your doctor bills. A comfortable carriage should IS be bought with as much consideration as comfort able clothes. This does not mean that you must ■ buy an expensive one. for a good carriage can be H purchased very reasonably here. B Uimi. CRKDIT EXTENDED ■ WHERE PIKE MEETS FIFTH lIHI Nnr Pboo» Flhntt 4910 MeUIIIHIU STOP THAT ITCH! Purify Your Blood Immm, tottor and muj , : «£r£ troublos or* duo to > <bord«r»d blood. If you aro with skin troublo, te't luflor tho maddoninc im i lonfor. bat start risht Mtv to wrtfy Tour blood with I. X B.—tho standard blood yertfior far oror 10 roars. fW hwiV % I Mill! Wraoe. wrfhowl < WT.t* Chmt Mad*al M.W. M S S Co 4JO. Atlanta. Gm. .CMS-1. S. S.S.S. ThmStmndard Blood PmriTtt f DR. LOUGHNEY'S [HUMAN BAKE OVEN SERVES A6E AS KINDLY AS VOITR I Mrs. A. D. Stranahan of 1203 Olive St. Seattle, makes nt the following interest log statement for publics tioa is Seattle Star: ftTft. eipKt should tell ,1 fee condition I itma in before lun ' 'W'lj'- /tovnt the baking treatment on* WPf 1- ' ♦ My kn*f • waa perfectly at iff and f remained bent at all times For over , a * . * * two r**r* 1 could not atraighten my \ Hmb or beod it further, now thai pre- _ Aicameet la very annoying. I aaaure W you. but In my case it ws* more lhan SV f annoying. It **• painful—extremely ) »o. My kne« waa awollen to more thaa f double normal stxe. and It waa aa ' fed aa Ihe proverbial beet. I aim pi) eould riot bear any one to touch It; '.^^l the swelling ha* disap peared and I can straighten and flex my aa good a> ever i could in my ltf<- The seems to have dissolved the ankylosis. restoring the mobility of the am so able to walk—even up and downstair*— j aa handily aa spry one and without the slightest feeling of Soreness I bad drnpflcal aweillng my knee*; that has disappeared Ther< Mr> A. 11. Slranahan was a drill of albumen in my , trine, that ha* disappeared com eating. Talk about "miracle men" — pletely. It Ixiughney la a real one! And M> blood pressure waa 215 when you go down to his officca dangerously high 1 was actually you will be convinced he Is doing a dlzxy. and staggering all of the world of good; and the old wrrcka my head felt Just aa though he gets to work on. "m>r And Hf would explode I began taking they step around like kida after a WLr. Loughney's Bake Oven treat few bake oven treatment*. 1 was 'tents and eating aa he prescribed. a wreck—"a human wreck"—and on July »th. and tods> August Jat I'm all O. K.. In good repair -doing _4ny blood pressure la actually r<- ail my own work and happy because duced to 110, a reduction of *1 I can do It with perfect eaar; and minimum* in Juat 21 days* time. I am going to Lake more of My people and ail of my dose j the bakes; I have enjoyed th'm friends declare lt'« the most won- very much. 80 1 »ay, why shouldn't derful recovery they have ever | let J>r Uiughney run my plcturr k WW ti of. Now. I must not neg and my testimonial? He Is entitled loct to tell you that over my atom to do so and good folks, he la wcl ' ach and abdomen I was terribly come to do so. bloated; that baa all left me, and I 1 am. mwt alncerely, am actually ten Inches smaller MRS. A D. STRANAHAN. ! about the waist line by actual meaa 1203 East Olive HI. ore Well, 1 am. aure Or. ix>ugh Phone Bast 741 J. I dry has never had a more pleaded NOTE. Dr. Iy>ughn*y« Bake and satisfied patient than I am. I Oven treatment offices are located could not possibly measure the good at 405 Olive at . Seattle, opposite I received In dollars and cents. 1 | Times Bldg. Dr Ixmghney is aafisl want to go on record aa raying the >d by competent lady nuraes. Hours aim' nt I* a" that la claimed ,»a.m. to 6 p. m Hundsys, tto 12 j i rj t j only. Telephone Main 6;!42. Only My people tried to persuade m«! the totally invalided or bedridden not to allow my picture to be used 'asee are treated In Dr. Loughney'a in a testimonial, but It would be a' liakg Oven Hnnltarlum In Kirkland. sin not tn l*t sufferers bear of »h» All ca. • s which can cm- to the good Dr. l»ughncy In doing for off|c« - at 40 r > Olive at are trra'rd arlpplf dup Old people with his at Iho.e officea. Write for Oi« |. Uaae Oven and coti tcUve Uluature ami relcrciuxa. On Tour Vacation Heading hXm lil Ita sale »ui «»tf Bhi'iataojafcaa UM MtaioaM af ■«nr< mat W» wtifc )aa • SloartS Liniment^ POLITICAL SCANDAL IN DELAWARE New U. S. Senator's Name Connected With Alleged Buying of Votes OLD CASE RECALLED By W. G. McMurchy (Sperial IH«pai<h to The Start WASHINGTON, Auk » When T Golaaian dul'nnt. newly appointed »n*lor from Delaware. present* him wl( >1 the liar of Ihr arntlr In Ukt ths onth, many members of that body *re likely to reoall the clrcum atancew under which President Tuft suddenly wuhdrrw the nomination of Comeltua p Swain u United Mtaln marshal In Delaware The fart* In ths caae were prevent rd to the Judiciary committee of the •enAte. aim member* »>f whlrh are atill member* Taft. now chief Justice of the IT. 8 supreme court, then president. It tp pear*, had named a man for marshal who had carried money from a meet- Ins with dulvm to Bu**e* county, l>eUware. where It was uml In buv ing votes After this evidence had been j>re*ented to the senate commu- te#, Taft withdrew Rwaln* n»me The man who actually drllver ed the in«n<y U> Swain. II testified. waa Caleb K. laytMi, now IHawirr'i sole represents lite In the other branch of con grtaa. Swain '* nomination was sent to the ; nenats January 21. 1»II and waa con firmed the same day, the haste being due to the fart that Wilktrd Haul* j bury, the democratic national «im I for 1 keUwarc had serveil n-tios on the republican leader* thai 1 It Swain waa nominated he. Mauls ! bury, would tie up the nomination Saulsbury's friends In the nenate, 1 before the day waa up, however, se 'cured a recon*klerutlon of the con flrmatlon. snd the nomination waa I referred to the Judiciary committee ['for investigation. ! Saubbury secured a hearing on his charges, tie nave the committee a long list of witnesses who, he said, would confirm his chars* that ifioney had been u«ed by Hwain In the cor ruption of the election of I*o4. being I part of a 141.000 corruption fund raised by the JuPont* and other*. Among the witnesses called at lnstance was J. Frank ' Allee. flr. a former t'nlled State* j senator from Delaware, who Is de scribed In the newwpapera of that day as a reluctant wttnea* He testified, nevertheless, that he. Dr Uyton. now congressman. Henry , A ilul'ont. then senator, and T. Cole man duPont were at a conference to raise money for the campaign Swain, he said, waa in an adjoining I room and was handed a bundle of j campaign moAey by Dr Lay ton and I took It away. Alice testified that b# did not know how much wu In the bundle but ho «u of the irnpreaolon that tt »u more than $14,000 N««rl| Ball iMilflnd that <xi tho Saturday Wor» clortlon U.SSO in CO fold plcce. wm« dnmpnl on • UM* In John T. ) Vtn4Mbar|'t bvax St Brtdfe lißf. It was Mri la boy xattm He opmrd mi offlcp In Hi W ) r lamon', »iai>lr, with Kdwsrd liauard aa clerk. order .tip* ronteinhtf the nunn of lb* »«tr Htl) er ami arU rf were |Hr|| and a a** of boot>« waa kept of Uw dUburw moata Hall estimated US vatoa ute boagbt W. A Prapey teetlfled that Swain had hold op one hand for blacks and two for whllaa. Ho said Swain had offorod 120 for U>« vote of Drapor"« fathor. Th«*e oro tho hl*h point* In tho testimony that waa taken before tho senate Judiciary cimunlltr« oo •ov er*) day*. Tho fart that Swain had corned $3,000 to Honor* county waa formally admitted before tho commit too by hi* counaot. t>anlo| o. Hastings. at proa on! municipal Judge at Wilmington, who figured prominently In tho ro cent Wolcott dufont deal. Finally. Kabruary 11. (twain and hi* couruwl were thoro to present the accused* own story. \Vh»n tho committee mot. tho chairman. Honator Sutherland, an noumed that it would not proceed further Amid a ban of excitement. It waa revealed that ITealdent Tuft I d withdrawn Swains nomination from tho senate, and there waa nothing further for the senate to invest!irate Senator* on the Judiciary commit tee at that time still in the senate are; Utillnghjun. Hrandegee. jsoruh and Cummin* republican*, and Cul berson and Overman, democrat*. House Okeh» Higher Farm Loan Interest WASHINGTON. Auk J. —By a vote of 211 to 20 the house yesterday pwwil a bill ninheriting an increwae In the Internal rate on farm loan bond* from S to SS per cent during the next two years to encourage their aale. The Mighty Chain of the Federal Reserve Throughout the world, tb« Federal Reserve Sjntem of this country is recognized as a bulwark of financial strength. This institution as a member of the System shares the advantages of its strong, protective features. THE NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE OK BKATTI.K Srrand At mm- at S|ir)n( w Fugitive Banker Spotted Is Trailed Into Mexico Letter* written by Miss Vivian Spurgin fabove) to her fiance gave official* fir*t information an to the nherealxntts of the family of Warren C. Spurgin, fleeing Chicago banker, uho is now reported in Mexico. Spurgin, presidt nt of the Michigan /trf. Trust romjtany, disappeared suddenly and of ficials have voted to ask his indictment. They say the bank shortage may reach Si.->OO,OOO. \ ivipn and Mrs. Spurgin (inset), located in Detroit, denied they aidid Spurgin (inset) to escape. CHICAOO. A tiff I Warren C flpuripn. fucl'ive prraidant of the Mirhitan Avenue Trti*t Co, wa» un WOMEN MEN ADMIRE Men admire a pretty tare, a irood fMrure. but mo*t of all the happy, healthy, contented woman. at beauty fade* and the flrure will chance Wonvit who are troubled with harkarha. thoec dreadful dnursln* oensalion*. and nenroux Imtabiltty, rannot hope to be pep«|l»r, end advancement In either horn*, butlnm or aoctai life 111 tmpoaslble Tha cause of thane trouble*. boweeer. yield. quirkly to l.ydia K Ilnkhem * Ve*etable I'oii pound, u It In a natural renter* tut for nirh conditions, and di»- pel* effectually all thoae durtresw tn* symptom* Advertisement. Hr« 4 My Article la ftatmrday'a llir Bora lain nowdMM nc Hmr to my denial >rirlir# #*rvrd thr wrntjr tiade frwwl by do- In* drntal work that 1 «an tfuaran- IM, and n.aVinc m> guarantee fwodl I d« not compel* wtth Ch»tp nor d«> I operate on jour rketbook r•« > con vernation Kt««> two dollars worth of !>rntal Work for *v*ry dollar I receive ao you aave a dollar. I mak' a dollar, and our tntereat# are mutual—*ir iMib wis. Open eeenlnc* fill 7 and Sunday* till 12 St for people mho work BDwii j. moim. n. n. *. Heatflr't le«4i«g Dftllit IOC (•iBMMfI %t. I Albert Hansen I Jeweler and Silversmith NOW LOCATED 1518 Second Ave. THE SEATTLE STAR d<T nirfUlUnw In Mnlra t«b)f. a<- rardin| to word rwhlu authorities Hit*. Hpur*ln wam rri o«niiM w(i»n he left the train at Mvf*. T»* ll<' croaH the ltnr Into Mexk© July It. trrordlni to thru- report*, obtaining * pawport under th' name of "grotl ~ officials *fr» notified by * taxi drlw who uM h« rec<*nl««-d dpunrin from pl«-turea. They trailed the aharondlng banker toward Chu huahita City. The report of the bank »nmlwr ahnwrd Mpurftn obtained H.MS US llans for reor«anliln« the hank «o that depositors would rw»l»» 100 r»nu on the dollar fur money in th® wrecked institution were understood to have barn abandoned. Other of ftoere did not f*«l they could ro.«k< up the huxe km. Krauskoff Now in Hotel de Starwich Rodolph Krauakoff haa chanred hl« from the city )aii to the eounty Jail. Aa be left the municipal handle after aervln* a wnt«w» for poaae*. ■ion at liquor, he nj met by a depu ty I'. H. marahal wtth warranta charring him with two aeparate vlo latlooa of the national prohibition act. Kratj*V"ff pleaded ruilty before Federal Judge Jrrnnlih Neterer and waa Kitl'Bwd late Tueaday to >0 d-»ya In the county Jail. Tt'l-SA, OKI*. Aui J —Herbert U Roy. tl. alleged lover of the woman, and Charles Scott, her huaband. met at the city morgue yesteniay and agreed to share the funeral expensea of Mra Scott, who, police declare, committed aulcide by drinking pot •on. I toy taTked freely of hi* Invasion of Bcott's dom«.«tl<- love neat, police anlil. He declared he offered to with draw *hen It be-anie apparent the couple were about to separate, but Mr* Scott refuwd to agree to a rec onciliation with her husband. BAN FRANCISCO Standard Oil Co. reduce* price of giaollne from 25 to 23 cents a c< Hon Eyesight Dim? If your eyesight is dim, your vis fon blurred: if your eyes ache, itch, turn or fool dry, pet • bottle of Bon- Opto tablets from your drugrrut, dissolve one in a fourth of a glass of water and use to bathe the eyes from two to four times • day. Bon- Opto has (riven stronger e--es, clearer, sharper vision and relief to thousands. Noter Dorter* uy Bon Opto «tren«thena •itbt ui ft week • time in mftny luaUoccj. r— Advu UiUUOUU ' Husband and Lover to Share Expenses Gee. but Bolat ■ lirrM is good' —Advertisement. DONT A THIS I LEONARD EAR OIL RBLIKVK* I>KAK*ICtI and STOPH IIKAII sim ply Hub It Rack of the l.*r* an«l Inaerf In I'roof of Riirrfss will br glim by tbe drucsUt. Par aale In fleatfl* by Ideal I'barmary, I »<>! l« Msdison at.i llrsib I'hiirmNr.T. 0101 32nd a*e. W. W.i *««lft Drug t 0.. Huller'n I'lmrwnrj, and Janr«, and Kartell Drug < o. n_ P.if.-n,. Ml** A. Kennard. factory Repre*en»atl*a of I>e*l«Tier Pattern*. win UCllgnrr I Olicnili tie tn f„ w day*, introdu<lnK and explaining the many deMrahl>' fi«turiw of the Auiru*t Ixwlßner I'attcrn* which we have )u*t plared In *tc« k. In coa> nti Hon with ttita, our atoika of Woolen. Bilk and Cotton Fabrlca ar« unu*u*lly complete. C J(te%>flod6S' CO. A Special Purchase Featuring Silk and Wool Dresses Tricotines, Poiret Twills and Satins izffl $43.65 . J Kmd) U> We*r Depart ment—Second Kloor vjmj | JTP New Fall styles are extensively significant in Mi this display of 125 Dresses of unusually good AW quality, assortment and workmanship, in sizes A 1G to 44. Only by obtaining these Dresses on special purchase are we able to offer them at H this exceptional price. They are srenerously em » IBBw *2hl broidered and trimmed Win ." with silk braids, beads and v leather. Predominating 1 A TV colors are navy blue, brown A 1 W M U \ /rf 1/ AH '/' / I A Dff*i of Tan nothiam r~. —■ if ■ W ' Ifci gk^ / I crepr. fared and piped _ - j kfl' »jr J wiih Hardin* blue and I I'W r embroidery in Orlr*ital N , J color*, tn deaden u ftkelched. P"! The Brown Satin Dre»«, fin -tW i i trhed with Canton crepe and W." 7 /, trimmed with tan leather 1 Ima an 1 »llk lining. a< sketched. jg! ** a " attractive model. '"— _ t-M i The third model *ketcbed 1« a ~ /» Ll— Uf " becomin* Dresw of Nary n ...«|T Poiret Twill, with neat de ■■ ■ V " c * eljpia of colored embroidery. f alto aelling at t43.es Japs Back Labor Against Chinese WASHINGTON. Au« J -Evidence that |I.UM wu ruiiMi] In Honolulu to send two repre sen tall vea of org&n iitd labor there to Washington to oppoae restriction of Chinese coolie immurrotion Into Honolulu waa olv tAlnrd by the Chinese immigration <*>mmli»lon j-ewterday Wllmot Johnaon and Geor*e W. The Store for Useful Articles = 11 * Store Hoars. 8:30 A. M. TO f P. M. Now Is the Time to Buy Your "WEAR-EVER" Cooking Utensils at Greatly Reduced Prices. t Don't fail to take advantage of this great event. Every m "Wear-Ever" Cooking Utensil in the store is now selling at a M reduced price. If Extra Special for THURSDAY, ONLY! J 8-Ql T ART "WEAR -EVER" f PRESERVING KETTLE Old price was $3.83 $1.98 WHg Jmm 1-QUART "WEAR-EVER" STEW PAN— HH IIMM Old price was $1.15 39c Rubber Cement 83c Glass Floor Paint Washboard S 'iS AR 73< t] Special at $1.90 Vi GAL. \ 1 p— I D%/C —— J Floor Paint dries SfcjfGlass Washboards • 1 hard with a clean and sani- ) beautiful lustre, tary—they have a " 1 I nnd wears like ] go°d washing sur- u*„ win,) ] iron. Many at- ——■— " r " ! " face that is easy on li tractive colors to choose from. the clothes. (J 2-Burner Dangler Oil Cook Stove With Cabinet, Special at $17.49 These well known Oil Stoves are a remarkable bargain at this price. They are equipped with cabinet and shelf, finished in gray enamel. The burners are the very best and are easy to regulate. Special at : $17.49 Regular price, $20.00. Wright of the Ceniral Labor councU of Honolulu admitted under que* Honing that their expenae* to make the trip here and oppoae the organ iiation had been paid by Japannv. presumably on behalf of Ibe Hawaii an lubor organisation. HwMieriand haa adnp rd a stand ard voltag» for electric circuit*. For Krencfi Pastry look up Boldt'a. —Advertisement. PAGE 5 A WONDER TRIP Await* you among the fAX Jl AM l»l.**U» "The Tboucand Inland* of the Sound." THF fiTKASIKH BIOCZ l/tvti daily except Mon day. Atk for rate* and time card at information win dow. Coiman Dock, or phone M. I»SJ. y