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Friday. Arc.rsT 12. 1921.
liiiiiiiismiiiiiiiiriii service mniiiiiraniiiiiiuu Grunbaum Bros. Furniture Co. S The People'* Popular Home furnishers OUR CREDIT TERMS 1 KOR 1,000 NEW ACCOUNTS = 8 SO Purchaw, 9 1.00 Down. ?1.0« Per Wffk LJ 8 75 Purchasf, $ 3.00 Down, Per Week as 81(H) l>urrha.of, 9 5.00 Down, SI.SO Per Week 8150 Purchase, 8 7.50 Down, 82,00 Per Week = 8200 Purchiu«e, 810.00 Down, ?2.50 Per Week 8250 Purchase, 912.50 Down, 83.00 Per Week S fSOO Purchase, 815.00 Down. B'l.oo Per Week = NO EXTRA CIIVRCE*—NO INTEREST S Refrigerators and | Ice Boxes | WEEK-END SALE I ■ All Are Reduced One- | I Third or More— 1 m s VilBM Our line b quite complete, showing the "Auto- flf matac" and* the Frigid—two of the best known and j== most reliable home size refrigerators made. Priced [Sj now from |ll.OO to |71.50, SH ' UHEBAL CXBDtT laTKXDSD * §| yWHKKK PIKK MEETS FIFTH S pti». Flint «s»o BHUIMWHS Sure Death to Rats MICE, SQUIRRELS Bate do 9565,000,000 damafe • **ry year in the United States. They m, start many eoatljr firea. They carry K Mm iwbis of can oar, leproay and oth«r ML deadly dfasMSS. Cat rid of then Hf Rkt com Ar Jmj,m aSe SOc »1.00 Ntrj!«ar« Never falls to prore effective. Ctwmmrr Kartr eauaes odor. Mosey-back nanaw MbH «a nw >««>■«* Red Wiaf Powder fc£tt*J£sl am* T»0»w L»t«r teftb M vwm ,o ° * ass ®° e BOTANICAL MFG. COMPANY, Philadelphia ' " ' ————a—a— !/<\M7a/um,/ii m rTu:;:T 2 Box tU. S. ARMYft | GOODS SALE tjj JJTy 1013-1015 First Avenue lr^m fvLf JUST RECEIVED Af 2,000 pairs Blue Buckle Overalls; union made; V^( fijf all sizes; extra heavy; per pair $1.25 \^\ Fsf 600 pairs Army Hip Boots; sizes 7 to 11; per pair $4.95 rj 3 500 New Campaign Hats, each. . ...$2.00 F J 1,000 Khaki Coats (reclaimed), each ... .50c Jhi READ CAREFULLY J&L * M Ovem Hakrd Pnrk uad llraaa, «alroon. 41a.Ua ('lnk. If| OlNrrn' Urr■> Kkm la Cord* a with Tomato Knurr, (• rilra Ifar pnrk. r«n . lUC fair, •£ A(- -2 C t om.d IW». !»a. 2»» M-a„. iO.^O /s iw. far 55c art. r.tra guallt,. OA Mr„ Klt% whal lb. guitar i ura, tkr kind yo»i par prr ran OUC ~r»klirhrn 50c 2Sr for. OC .. Bill flrklra, pnt n» la |ft_ * * kltrkrn ... «JVL 1., nu £JC l-lb. ran. frr raa ... lUC OII»r l>mh rrarnlatlon all-nool Jrllr In (.la««. Itra. Hafrr.' y„M, nK tola. Gold T" S3 7S makr. two glaaara. Og. Ilrilal tjpn r*tra »Q Art tlkla, rarh . «P«J. / •.prr I t.l MWt nirong, riarh .... «PJ«UU Khaki llrrr.hr*, army, for mm 2Se w ri-i:r:.vA,..»i.00 5i.25 "TTSSI »J!TiSr" ""i'A"' -i.. «c no :!!"3S! $3.75 rr«»lor »>r -l«r. rarfc 10c In thr wood. 55.UU Mrrrrrlrrd llnlhrluan Hilrt. Cararaf Href Mnah, 1-lb. OgJ Hommrr I nrf.rwrnr, rrataalullon aaaf llraifrrs. rruulaar •Tf? ran*. t«« ran* for ... fci/t Xsr, 33r. W)r prr • oil. ||j;; prr jcarmrat . . fDC And a lar«e line of Blanket*, Shoes, Shirts. Sox, Raincoats, Slickers, Tents, Tarpaulins, Canned Goods, Underwear, Overalls Gloves—all priced at extremely low prices. WKITK KOB NEW SPECIAL LIST—MAIL ORDKKS riLLKO SURPLUS ARMY SUPPLY STORE EX-LIEUT. LEWIS C. GAKVER IN CHARGE 1013-1015 FIRST AVENUE B^ K 2rS!r #N PHORE ELLIOTT 4310 WOOD-FORBES PNUPPHE TRIP REVIVES BITTER POLITICAL ROW M • ««r anl wfll ar a hUMllml mftmlrm. kM a aaraaaiaj a«r**r mt ranali llmmm balar la lb* rtilllppiaaa fa» lIM tMlll Dtw. Hb alolM Ikt milii W tbla nnai an ■ayarlally <alaat.la al Ibla I lata abaai i|i# Waal' haetwa i «aaW ata*. «|#rtalnl br rmum NaHUaf, la aufclai a almllar «ar • »S. la 4Hmala* wbal i ami aa Iba I ntimi mala* .tell paraaa art lb lalaa da. By William Philip Simms HriUm Kipnmly lor Tb«> Star M A VII .A. Auk. 11.—Raprraaata tlona han b»«-n mud* to the Wood- Forboa communion to tha Philip. pin«a denying th« statement In tha prramMf of the Jone* bill "That It la and alwum ha* t»*n the purpoat of tha people of tha I'm ted Mmteij to withdraw their aorareimty" over THE NEW WAY TO END CORNS nu StimHfit MalliJ Kmy, Gaatfc, QwAanWtet A famous chemist, tome year* ago, discovered a way to end corn*. A surgical dressing house of world-wide repute adopted and pro duced it Million* of people ts*e thi* In stant relief and quickly rid them selves of throbbing corn*. The method U Blue-jay—liquid or plaster. One applies it by a touch. The pain stops instantly, and the whole corn quickly loosens aDd come* oat. Old, harsh method* are supplanted by it So with corn pads, so with paring. All inch ways are folly. Try Blue-jay on one corn now and see. You will be delighted. Your druggist ha* IJqaMar PlMta* Blue-jay Stapa Paia laataady Eaw Corsa Quickly GET OUT AND KEEP OUT . the lalandA "and to recognise their independence" in a memorandum nted to the rotnmiaalon It la ataled that "there la no foundation tn fact for , tlie (tatement mud* in that pmumM* j but that to the contrary the records ! prore that the people of the Dnited Htatea had nevar declared nor In timated* auch an IntanUon." IMIKHVT ItKI'IUChKNT «•« 111 jC OPINION Tha whole oaaa of the Philippine lalanda la cone into to ahnjv the Jonea bill waa a party meaaura and ! not reprreentaUre of putiic opinion. The Philippine Lalanda ware ao l quired by the Treaty at Parta. ThU i treaty, tt ta pointed out. oontalna no i Indication of any "Intention of the people of tha United mate*" with reference to the future of the lalanda. An attempt waa made by Senator Veat. In 1191, to amend the Treaty <>f Parta ao aa to declare "Intention." The amendment waa dofeeted. 13 to 30. aaye the Memorandum, A aecond attempt waa made by Senator Ha<-on the aane day. It. too, met with defeat. A third attempt, made In Fetam ary, I**s. Buffered a almllar fata, aa did auheequent onea hart rig the isuse thin* In rlew. Th<-n came the lHt eler-tlnn* when "Imperiallam" and "antl imperial- Ism" wa« the lamia. 1 BRYAN'S IIITTKRI.V lIEIV.\TKn The memorandum retnartai Chat William J'-nnlnca Bryan, who ran on the "anU Imperlallam" plat form which flropoeed "an Immediate declaration of the natJon'a purpoeee Ito (Iva the Filipino* ft rat a atable form of *overnment: aecond, Inde. pendence. and third, protection from outalde Interference," waa badly de feated. It la furth«r oeeerved that • irtml lar declaration went into the IXI4 platfcnn of the democratic party nnd aCiin tn ltn*. at both of which tlmea the republican* won. Thua. the memorandum declajws. that up to 101S there had been no declaration of "the purpoee of th* ' i-eopla of the fnlted State*" a* to th« Philippine Island*. Special Sale TKNTS, TKNT FIJKH AND TABPAI'I JNH Get Ready for the Kail Rain New Tent Pile*, to fit **lo tent S-f.70 New Tent Kile*, to flt 10x1! lent 8.00 New Tent Fllea, to flt 11*14 tent N.ftO New Wall Tent*. s»io. II.SO New Wall Tonta, 10*12. 11.55 Tarpaulin*. (*lO 2.50 All ether sine* very low price*. Reclaimed I**l * Armv Tent* f2O, *25, «.tO Panva* by the jar<l—all weight* Camp Lewi* Wirelea» Mir. of Tenia and Canvas Surplus Anny Supplle* W)l Third Ave. SI Vnlveraily Sl.—on bridge be tween First and Wcatern Ave*. All Mall Orders Sent Promptly. Shave With Cuticura Soap The New Way Without Mu|[ ' HEALTH AND ENERGY Built on Rich, Rod Blood Rich, red blood Is the rerj fountain -source of all energy. Enrich your blood by increasing the red blood corpuscles, fi. 8. 8. Is recognised as the general sys tem builder, and has been suc cessfully used for over 60 years in th« treatment of rheuma tism and skin diseases arising from impoverished blood. for Special Book I* t or tor indi vidual adrica, without charga. writ* Chiaf M*<tu:al Advinnr, S S S Co , Dap't 434, Atlanta, Ga. €iat S. S. £». at your druggist. S.S.S. Pot Rich, Red Blooc THE SEATTI.E STAR PURLIN, Aug. IS.—'Til* majesty, k.ilser und king I* unfortunately un aMe to grunt the dualred financial aid." That I* th* gist of a chvulnr sent nut from Wllhelm's retreat at Doom, Holland, In reaponse to many plena for money that reach the for mer ruler. The high coat of living and "ruinous exchange rates" are blamed for the low rtate of the fajn lly exchequer. Seattle Man Picked for Eagles Office NKWARK, N. Aubt. 12.—John M. Moriri,# wji« late ywrterday to h»'Md the KrHterti.il of Kixglen for thf n«xt year. Herbert Choynpki, Kan Fninciaco, wiim chosen vice prealdent; A. W. Redick* Snohomiah, \Vju«h . waa rho. M« i n icrand chaplain, and Henry Beck, Seattle, ruombcr of the lnaunuice board. SPOKANK.—ArtIIur P. DavU. dl rrrtor IJ. H reclamation aarvice. ami other offlclalN Inspect Colum bia Haxin Irrigation proJecL OI.YMI'IA. joseph rankin 7R, foimfrly prominent In republican politic*, drop* ln groin fleki •it Mud ba» "How oonld they, then?" *nya the paper, "by any eort of conalalency drolar* In the preamble of the Jonee bill that *lt ta and aiwaya baa been the purpoee of the people of tha Vnlted State* to withdraw their "oeerelgniy over the Philippine la landdp" No declaration of Mr nature or on any authority, tt la argued, waa made until Auffuat 1». 1»H, wlien the Jone* bltl paaned th* aenate. after tony debate, by a vote of 31 to 32. 3< aenatora not votlnir. ONLT PARTY PItOMI.HR. SAY OPONKNTS Immediately the Art waa chat leaded In the aemit* aa being merely A party promise and without effect. I "The fart muat not be overlooked."! "ara th* document, "that the demo I era tic party waa In full poaeaxlon of both th* eaerutiv* and lejrtalatlva de partraenta of th* Itovemmerrt" A* a matter of fact, the paper con elude*, "The prep!* of the Vnlted State* had never declared nor Intl mated that It waa and haa been their Intention to withdraw their aov ereiirnty from the Philippine la land*."" "Not only haa fhere been no dec laratlon," tt mtfn. "but, aa waa dem onatraied at the tlm* of th* dlecu* *lon In th* comrrvwa of th* United State* on the Clarke amendment— which waa for th* Immediate with drawal of American aovareifnty from the lalanda and which wa* de feated -and the Jone* bill, that pub Uc eentlment waa ara I nst auch dec laratlon even In 1111* The memorandum cltea newap* pera to ahoaTlh* trend of pnbHc aen tiinent, a few democratic oar* beingj among the number. STIFF nr.HT IN CONGREBM KXPKCTBD I mention th* fact of the metnor andum having been handed to the Wond-Porbe* cemtniwlon aa aa Indi cation of what la coming. A stiff nght In the rongreaa of th* United States U certain on«-e presl dant Harding tranamlta to that body the Wood-Korhei report on the Phil ippine*. • The memo nndoubtadly represents the opinion of a big majority of the American bualnea* community here, and the fnct* *et forth In It will ccr talnly rind their wny to the floor of the aenate and bouse of r*pra*>nla tlve*. That tha Philippine Island* and their *tatoa will again become the subject of a political row between the opposing jiarUoa cm *carcrjy be avoided. one other thin# ti oerfs'n It the Filipino* g*» tha Iniprc «n.n that they ar* betlntc made a potlUcal footb»ll. and that their cherlahed In dependence f* to be given to them by alternating admlnlatraUoa. only to be taken from them by the other*, thare will be trouble. fllmms nays more "ml" ha* been written about the Filipino* Uian about any iilhfr people. In hi* ne*l story he portray* (hem a* they are. In Other Words, He Can't Come Across 1 Co. Boys' Suits $lO.OO rtv#A Section—Main Floor - ' I 1 A J ► Wc have just received a shipment of Boys' Two- ft | H / jUf pair Knicker Suits from our buyer in the I.J ' There are T>o Suits in all, consisting of wool mix- \ tures in pin stripes and Herringbone weaves, in sizes 7, 8, 10 and up to 17 years, but not esch size in every pattern. Suits styled, as sketched, to sell j\ IV Saturday, a suit, f 10.00. jfITTT^K Hoys' One-Pair Knicker Suits; 26 suits, in sizes 16, Willi 17 and IK only, arc to clone out Saturday at, a Bfp/' V suit, $5.05. M _ Meiba Line Navy Tricotine Suits LIU Special $16.95 Welba Munn (Ymm 804 . - . Melt* Orrawlm Creajn. . SO* Bwwa rloor m'!!I r«^ eJ T r :::;::::6oi 43 NAVT TRICOTINE SUITS, in the late Summer »uit>« powdef...'.'..rat styles, will be placed on sale Saturday in the Ap» M'ltenntr Wood Howd.r si.oo pare , Department for a quick disposal. These I Melha Opera Powder 91.00 „ „ ' ~ ........... M'lt'tt Adore* .. ei.so Suits are neatly trimmed with braid and buttons, M«tb* Ador'n.e .. and have narrow belts. In sizes 36 to 44 bust Melba Astringent . , ~ , „ . ttrit. ix.u.j» r>o« measure, and formerly sold at $24.00 and $29.50. M*ii» Ro* ni«w>m 25« Special, Saturday, your choice at.......816.95 Mrlln. Dry Kouge BO# T Meiba U>v'Mi Talcum 2ft# llelhii Pliwj Wood Tuicuim ■ 25# ":!»• SET JET? 11l Women's" Outing Garments 25, Special $495 Men's Cotton s«*«i «»<* Union Suits An aasortment of Ow iluiu; Out In* Garment*, Including CO.ITSL || In size* 34 to 42 boat measure; SKIRTS, In tlzes 29 to 31 r,oor waist meaxiire. and 10 pair* of MUiKI'HKH—4 niae 10. 4 size ISO Summer-weight I nion Suit*. 2J and 2 size I*. CtKiica, Saturday,'a Garment.-.„ .S4.OS of short or lon# *l**v«, ankla length, closed crutch atyle*, have been reduced for quick __ dLipoa«! Saturday. Thay am in . Hjaf»K SllK HOSP r*lor of *rru only SlMa ara JJIaCXV Oil A. XXUOC 14 to 4«. Formerly $1.60 a Suit. M.h. m-—, Huturday. a Bull »5« Athletic I nion Suit*, of check 100 palm of threewjnarter boot, pure allk Hone wfll be placed Ml Nainsook. In aizea 14 to 44. eaie Saturday In the Hosiery Section. The** ara aeamlea* Hoaa A Halt 95# in state* IS to 10. Special, a pair ———— m = The Store for Useful Articles = * AND UNION SSSEXL Store Houn. 8:30 A. H. TO C P. M. A Wonderful Soap Bargain 3 Bars for 25c Just received e new shipment of those larg* 8-oz. ben of toilet <mnp mink by the I'almoUve company. You know the high standard of quality maintained by the Palmolive company—there's nothing better. Four kinds to choose from—Rose Glycerine, Buttermilk, Cocoa Almond *)C ~ and Violet Red Tag Special, three bars far )n 1 , 6uC II $7.50 Auto I Spotlight—Red jj Tag Special $3.98 ipiy I (Made in Seattle) \4l<^ r II This is an & $7.50 Roller Bearing SS2" iFta Coaster Wagon, Special made of alu- HMNI at $4.98 minum, ha* a , . II ball and sock- jM This wapron is strongly construct- II et joint and /■ ed. It has rollei- beai*ing wooden II is equipped with a good reflector. artillery wheels, body is made of || hard wood and measures 16x36 II 75c Battery Hydrometer—Red Tag inches. || Special . ...,49< Red Tag Special $4.98 II A Special Purchase of BATHING SUITS V\ I $1.50 Values, Special at 75c I Ilerc is the greatest bathing suit l>argain we have offered this fIBHI II year. Men's cotton bathing suits, black with red trimming, good II ranfre of sizes—special at 75<. II Hotpoint Electric Iron The Hotpoint Electric | Reduced Price Curling Iron—for die d»/* A? beautiful Marcelle I tpD*«/u wave and curls; price I Bring in your old C? 42 f"* A II electric iron (any P ■ JIT 3>O.DU make) and we will sil- L >- » II low you one dollar as II part payment for a Mtj- Tlie heating unit is adjust- II new Hotpoint iron. Ed so it will not burn the hair. || Tent* and Camping Supplies' at Greatly Reduced Prices || See the Red Tag Specials | PAGF 5