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ttV.DM'-SPAY, AIC.rST 17. 1021.
all women 11 RUSSIA MIST WORK You Work or You Go With out Food-It's the Uni versal Rule BT EDA TRKAT O NF.II Al~ Aug t • K»* women In ajat* ii»Uy »r« having ml ea*y I wll me you re a teacher. a ■altrvas I" • Moscow guest liouw to m« the other day. -We're *" teachers watting on her*." *he mW "We had to £4 work when the schools closed fcrlh* ■Mimrr Otherwise. w# would |a>« lost our ration*." T»e Incident l« characteristic. j ;vvr y Russian is supposed to he * Without a worker* card E" ha*nt the right to lodging. Opthr*. food or transportation fatill Ttte teacher or tha office employe Wjnever been quite *o well off here M tMfai'tory girl who receives the tmo* par and pnyok iratlon) a* the workman. tlw teacher* and office worker* Ifttli* *caalii r latiun* ami their i«a> n .p. from >i.\ to 15.000 rouble# gmithty—not a v«t sum in a roun IP where an egg coat* 1.000 roubles. TV add to the woman'* trouble*. Dp-re I* a tendency to diminish the feud ration* due to the present short ,p while increasing the pay. IV problem of the married woman l*<j toother Is less simple than that If. Iter unmarried sister. She. too, pa* hav« a worker'* card the tua't considered a profe*- 0M oik* the children are of school «r- Uttte *jmpathy 1« felt for the who object* on principle to 1 &*<ng house work , | deuM tf therr are many women k Riuwh today who haven't learned I* perform, quit* a* a matter of «*ur*r ia*k* which before the revo I*l wii would have uppeured difficult, k get Impossible A* a result, life ku beconv le* a complicate) INK "GIRL" BANDIT A BOY Charge 18-Year-Old Youth Wears Feminine Attire Tlw dannc "girl" bandit who 1* a* Mat In the automobile hold up* «ar Port Townaend la very likely Itaader C. Donaway. an llyear «|Mli In feminine attire, accord the poeae* (hat are aearchlnK iHUiupx peninsula. Moritte* believe that the bandit* m Henry Brandner and fj»rl C. Jtebom. who escaped from tha Kit ■ county Jail Thursday. They are believed to be assisted by Mnaway. who la raapected of *up them with the pepper they Mel into the Jaller'a eyes upon Iknr escape from the >ail. Waterville Man's Naming Confirmed WABMINGTOV. An*. 17-Tbe woate late yesterday conftrmed the fcSsetß* nomination* Thoma* M. Retd, United States district judce. B»t division, district of Alaska, Ebaer K. Ritchie, I'nitenl State* di» Met J»%p. third division, district rf Aluka: Heortr P. Beaumont I'alted States marshal. first di ttaeo. diet rut of Alaska. Wlltl.im L Miil. a»sayer in rhonp' l.'niled lUUa a**a> office. Helena, Mont; Bo* K- Kripps. register I'nUeil land office. Waterville. Wash, •4 Harry K. I.ewis, receiver of NWc money. Hauey, Idaho. Ur* iMßit Jewell Anderson, receiver ot M4ie mone). San Krancteco. Starwich Says Long Term la Nec Miarv • win mm ivcvcaaai y ABKRDKKN. Au*. 17 —"Uw« am ■"dwl to permit all officials of the •*t*. includinir the sherifrs office. I* <erve more than two term* In of flw " declared Sheriff Matt Htarwtch Wore tha sheriffs' convention here. •Bertiv. officer* are educated at expense of the public, and they be iriven a chance to put their ln working order," Star •Vh taid. Some people are indifferent about choosing silver ware and get what they ask for— Others who really appreciate Silverware, that will endure throughout the ages, demand Goram Co. or R. Wallace & Sons. Mfg«. These houses have established a high standard of excellency for your protection. We are proud to represent them In Seattle and *ould be more than -pleased to have you come in and inspect these lines. If You Want Credit, We'll Gladly Extend It PETER MICHAEL JEWELER 202 Pike Street Peoples Bank Building How Many Shoes for a "Stroll" Around World? Dqminick McDevitt Mow many pAlr* of shnra will b«.- worn out in <t wulk around the *orMr Tt>«« 1* a quratlon that DomlnlrK MflV»vitt. clotv* trottrr. can't an s*»r until utxrr h* ramplrtra hi* walk around Uio kuclU. July 14. 1»S«. "Mac" ha* i»rrl»«>.l In 8«a«tlo aft»r walklnir from San l-'ranclaro. 11k 1 .tart in if point or Mm ftve-yrar ho(>l>l* H* 1* h«r* KrrklnK wm> "kinj hearted •kipper" of • tnuiapai ifl< Irelfhlrr or lm*r to th«s Orient. "Mac" expert* to nhuffle thru «"hl na. anettk down Ui* *tuid> *ide of "tJann«n Hall alley." In Hue*la, am) leave hta foot print* on the *und* of practically every civllixed and ■rail clvUuted country on God'i foot ■tool. • And fnr all thla he will receive a ra_ih total of 15.000. provided he completes the walk on the »pe<-ifled date. Several Kaatern are offering the prt*e. ItecentJy he completed a hlkft thru 4* *tate* and '"walked ofr" with a prise of II.OO'HI MrDevltt ram* within 700 mile* of completing a walk around tha rloi-<- a few y ear* ago on a prlie of 110.000. I>ut loat because of tha Interference world war. "And the harde*t part of my *r*n» walk, i-ountln* the Jungle*, deaerl* and hard lolled aea captain*.'" Mc- Devitt declared, "was my bo* car ride Uiru th* UunsmaJre tunnel. In < lallfomta—aeiren mile* of *rr»ke. I ■hall walk over the mountain her* after." TAKIMA.—Geonre Nut| and t4K> Co* returned to Ya*lma detention home after eecnpln* Burnt*y nlsht. TACOMA ~U D Walters rl*ks life in burnini home to save his three small children WOMEN n BONIS AO SOCIETY Countless women devote their whole lives to their home*, while other* are in the business world, or find happiness only In society. Whether you nre a home woman, a business woman or a society woman, you know how hard It is to "drat; .tiong" day after day. aufferln* »g» nle*. caused by *omc female derange ment that has developed from over taxing your atrenitth. The natural restorative for *uch ailment* is l.ydl i K Plnkham's Veitetable Com pound. which for nearly half a cen tury has been considered a standard remedy for woman * Ilia. —Advertise- ment, After the show, we'll go to lioldt'a. —Advertisement. The Grote-Rankin Co. Pike St. and Fifth Avenue The Grote-Rankin Co. rUXn ~ rUl ~ rUVl ~ n ~ n ~ n ~ n ~ n ~ n ~ n ~ jn ~ n ~ n ~ ri '' n "" n " ru " u " u ~ ,jaj "^^ 0 ' . The Bargain Annex Mid-Month Sale The Announcement of Our Bargain Annex Sale Is Always Significant—Significant of Real Values at Marked Savings. P" ces Were Never Lower on 6-oz. Size...43<* Dozen Bedding and Linens Long Cloth'' m m m « « 21-inch Bowls ...fit.4o Seamed Mu.lin Turkish Our Most Kemarkable , . ** Shceu Bath Ma u _ _ Leatherette . Mattress Value I Chair Seau c'" *><•■•«'Bsc 1 Deeply upholstered in I 12,- 13-and 14-inch sizes. I Sptcial cach, 38<. 27-inch White ||t|| I Outing Flannel 20 by 26-inch 1L II / Tungßten M 1„ Ucmnnnts Good Feather I Ught Glob " C ,17. v I>illow • I*ll UM a 25-watt Tungsten lights 1 pccial J[ j£l at a V ®W \J Tungbtcn lighu S P ccial $l-85 Each 3i< ~ 17-inch Buys a fifty-pound felted cotton Mattress of supe- Ijnen Finished rior quality. | Woodenware Lace-Trimmcd These Mattresses arc built to the Grote-Rankin Co.'s , U ibc" M ' xing Spo °"' Cr«»h Toweling Dreiser Scarf* specifications—each Mattress guaranteed to irive sat- Mapi« Rolling pini i»e. Spreial IYard .- is faction. , Iota l" M " h ™ Specific Each They are covered with beautiful art ticking in a new n»rd»ood üßci..i.ku B ci..i.k sh. taign, securely tufted and finished with an Imperial He.ly unbicled u by se-inch stitched edge. . Old English „ , vhlt/ , 1 • * Pillnw ji«a§ WlllvC One hundred only are included in this offering*. Brtghtener For waxed, varnished Special 2Sc Each * or painted floors or r ■"'«« «* woodwork. Special Dozer Pints .....581 Quarts 98* 81 by 90-inch » • * («ood Grade Very Serviceable - 1,, Linoleum Varnuh Mu.lin Sheet. Turkith Towel* Some Very Attractive oiTt ch skm2oc&«* Savings on Draperies stoves with full enameled 500 Yard* of Scotch A(f body and bright nickel r . I*l^-111011111' g, Madras at VDC 2 Burner Size ... f1«.40 QAI IT AI? DI li~* C Scotch Madras, 36 inches wide in many desirable BumJr s'izc ''' 527*40 f iVIJI 1^ colors. This material drapes beautifully, all the cr b,zc m a m'W colors are fast, the yard 95<. . w • . , A-B Gas Special purchases made by our New York representative are being n • j I/ .i L AO Range featured at extremely low prices. Printed Voiles at 48c o. fw .burner ... , T Fine quality Printed Voiles, Marquisettes and black enameled A-H Gas B a? 7QA fj X nc oriental' I^ pattern" 0O AtA Scrims that will make very attractive Curtains or Ranges are offered at very tractive designs to select ffll I »5fU and of very defx-ndalile ftb«s4*«)U Hangings for your windows—these are new designs specially reduced prices— Trom, priced each quality, priced each and colors —the yard 48<. cach f30.83. 9x12 Seamless \elvet^- Axminster Rugs im a oa -- Gas Rugs-twenty-one nigs JW/U / S a choice assortment of \/ll /S Cretonnes Are Offered at Ovens ' ' P pattei n. 11 ice each | Unusual Savings 3iS B " rner GlM3 ,,^ r ™;,mq CA A __ _« , 6 portable gas ovens 91.85. th,« tot-tour pj».DU "lot-wtth t?7 7S 30-inch heavy Osenerburc printed crash that seamless—each slifrht imper f ections in «p£i lil J manv homefurnishers are looking for—far it is Stoll r ixio-fi imd close-1 matching, each j ideally suited for drapery work and bed covers— . R , h". woven, serviceable nr priced now, the yard, 33<. /turo oeas , Voo| Mber jn pat _ jlii /u 9x12 Seamless Velvet £«)£ pjr* , .. , . - Number 5A Outfit, con- terns suitable for any*r** #fV Rugs—eight rugs in thir r !HZu•/d Heavy 36-inch Cretonnes in a fine assortment of stoU Aut 1 ' ped room in thc home , eachi lot. priced special, each. U new designs and colors, now, 48<. an<j Tcnt J fold , up illU> dust-proof case special BL Marquisette 18c Yard Aulo Bed . White, Cream and Ecru Marquisette inches carrying ■'» i Window Shades 69c Each K m ljiul Three hundred trood oualitv shades, mounted on $18.50 Kit for.. .#1 l.w> *- " dust-proof rollers —made of good water-colored $33.50 Kit for... ,S2«.ho cloth, each 69<«. $46.50 Kit for.. THE GROTL-BANWN GO OTTO F. KEGEL Premkknt TII K SKATTLK ST AH PAGE 3