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WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 19. 1921.
guiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiißM SERVICE | Grunbaum Bros. Furniture Co. = « The People's Popular Homefurnishera 3 1 OUR CREDIT TERMS | == T 50 Purchase, $ 1.00 Down, SI.OO Per Week H E ? "5 INirrhn.se, $ 3.00 Down. $1.25 Per Week ss [S StOO Purchase, $ 5.00 Down, $1.50 i» fr Week ffl 25 9 I*urchase. $ 7.50 Down. $2.00 Per Week 3 = 9200 Purchase, $lO.OO Down. $2.50 Per Week = $250 lNirrhasc. 912.50 Down. $3.00 Per Week =3 $3OO Purcha.se. $15.00 Down. $-1.00 Per Week 3 _ NO EXTRA CHARGES—NO INTEREST S | Leather Seat and Back Rocker 1 ( J M $14.75 1 B LARGE ARM ROCKER, B rji covered in genuine brown SI 2j ' leather, fitted with remov- Hg EE V ' jllj able auto seat, supported by H j= KjV" M |-|l twelve highly tempered coil I SI ¥7 springs; frames are of soljd S3 == oak, finished both golden ■ ~ and fumed. This rocker sells regu- & 1 >f TEf S larly for $26.50. SPECIAL PRICE SH./D g %' LIBERAL CREDIT KXTKNDKD I (SRUNBAUM I ! 1 Siiiiiiiiiiieaiii New .hisiiiiihurS ISSnMSALEI ■ ONLY A FEW LEFT I ■ THIS REDUCTION IN PRICE ■ ■ WILL SELL THEM QUICK ■ ■ 31x4 Ribbed Cord $15.50 I ■ 31x4 Non-Skid Cord $17.00 ■ ■ 35x4 £ Ribbed Cord $24.50 I I MAIL ORDERS ■ I HOWELL TATIM TIRE CO. I I PHONK EAST I«7» I H 1117 East Pike St., Near 12th Ave. H Up-ÜbGmde Our Stock LUMBER-LUMBER You Can't Beat Our Prices or Quality "T*HE lowest prices in the city and the best stock"—that is what customers tell us. Come out and sec our big mill and other modern facillUe» for manufacturing "Stetson A Pout Up-to-Grad« dumber." Tou remem ber we own our own timber, do our own logging and »ll dir*-t to the comiumer thu« eliminating ddle profit*. Below ar» ejaunple* of our low prices. AH other lumber U priced proportionately low: Fir Flooring (Vertical Grain, Kiln Dried) | IV*. 1 *•. 1 **•« Per W. I'er *l. Per M. Ft. ll*. rt. »*. KI.H". Ix 4 (3/ 4 *3%), 6t016 ft $55.00 $47.00 $25.00 Ix 4 (13-16x3Vi)» 6t016 ft 60.00 52.00 30.00 IS (13-16x2%), 6t016 ft 65.00 60.00 30.00 | Cedar Bevel Siding | t aarf lltr. C lear »/ 2 x4 Red Cedar Bevel Siding Y 2 x6 Red Cedar Bevel Siding 43.00 25.00 V 2 xß Red Cedar Bevel Siding 75.00 35.00 j" Hemlock Bevel Siding | Br*. 2 Clear w#. n and Htr. Clear V,x4 Hemlock Bevel Siding i/ 2 x6 Hemlock Bevel Siding 30 -°° 18 00 Tmwi**r it graded according to ettabUihed rule* and when it te fully up to grade it it very high Quality *> lor at that grade t< concerned. However there it wide latitude for quality variation within the lim itationt of grade requirementt. .It It the aim of thit company to keep itt quality of each grade high by reducing the number of dr ferlt that are permlttiblc in a grade, rather than include them to the limit. |®SreTSONBPOSTUIMBERCa XUMDtH UUlmrn and Manufacturert Since 187* I' ~ DEMAND GROWS FOR LOW RATES Agitation Started by Sum mers Gains Momentum " WASHINGTON. Oct. IS Then*! tatlon for lowr-r freight r«tea wnl of th* ltocky mountain*. atarted n f.-w day* since by a little agricul tural bloc of WfHtfrncrii headed by Congressman J. W. Summers of Washington, liu touchi>d n respon sive chord in every region to which the now* has penetrnted. The Yakima Fruit Growers' n««o elation wlros that "present market condition* will not return coat «>f production on bulk of crop, espe .-tally small slaes and Inferior grade. Consider exorbitant rates largely re sponsible for recent break In market despite abort Kastern rrip Muat ha«» relief quick as public aeema un able to absorb our crop at prices per mlttlng any profit to grower*." The Taklma Commercial club and every other commercial organisation of Kastern Washington has Joined m the cry and telegram* are now coming In from Oregon and Idaho. The facta are that the atate of Washington haa produced the largest apple crop In her hlatory and with 40 000 rarloada of th* luacloua fruit ready for ahlpment the market la found to he practically stagnant with leas than It per cent of the crop moved and growers are facing the moat aerlooa crista In the hlatory of the Induatry. The present freight coat to Kastern points averages fl a box. "I feel that this lon* haul freight alt nation la the moat vital problem In our economic life right now." aald Summers today. "The long railroad haul doea not compete with the mo tor truck as doea the ahort haul and we grower* with the largest crop In hlatory are helpleaa at one end of the tin* while th* consumers are crying for our product at the other. It I* a dangerous situation and one that muat be remedied. I have taken th* matter up with Secretary of Agrl culture Wallace and with the Inter state commerce commission as well and hope to have some action soon." Boy Counterfeiter at Work in Seattle Seattle schoolboys apparently have gone Into th* counterfeiting buslnemt. Four counterfeit nickels have been paased. In the last week, on John Eddy, a Star newsboy, at Minor av* and liowelj St. Th* coins are crudely cast In lead, and ar* such piipable Imitation* that the po lice stamp them a* the work of am ateurs. 11l MOTHEK'S KDICDIE CHEST are standard remedies which hare stood til* ta*t of tlm* remedies which their mothers and grand mother* had used before them. Such la I.ydla EL Plokham's Vegetable Compound, which for nsarly fifty year* haa been helping the women of this country to ov«rcora* many forms of fonal* Ills; merit alone could h»T« atooA *och > t«s< of tlm* i and won nich an uvuU| record.— i AdwrtlaHßMnt. THE RFATTI.F STAB AT MRS. SOUTHARD'S TRIAL TKr aged father of Robert C. Dooley, with hi* daughter and son-in-law, all of whom are attending the trial at Twin Falls, Idaho, of Mrs. Lyda Southard for the murder of her fourth husband. Robert C. Dooley uas Mrs. Southard's first husband. The Jate charges that Mrs. Southard was respon sible for his death also. MRS.JOHNSON IS ARRAIGNED Lacks Money for Attorney; Wins Short Delay Mr*. Dolor** Johnaon. alater of Jume* K. Muhoney. < onvU I«•«! of kill- In* hi* aKr.l wlf*. «u arraigned In auperlor courl Tu**day on • churic* of fori»*ry. Shr kw iinubl* lo ** mi* the lervlM* of >n nllornry. be can#*, ohr aald, *h« had no mon*y. Th* chare* upon which Mm. John *on w** nrr«*t*d apecirically *tut*a that ah* lmper*nruilrd Mr*. Mahon*y In aiming a pow*r of attorn*y, by Kblch Mahon*y had hoped to miln control of hla wlfe'a property. I** Johnaton and Ixuii* Hchw*ll*n buch, who repre**nt*d Muhoney durlnc hla trial on a n>urd*r chart*. w*r* pr«**ni wh*n Mr*. Johnmn w»* arrnlirn»d Th*y had un Inlfrvlrw with her K. !. Jone*. chief d*puty prooeciitor. Bilked, "ll«»« you an at torney V "So," r»p!l*d Mr*. Johnaon. "I am try In* to arrange for one " Jonra th*n aaked !<** Johnaton If h# should proceed to read th* com plaint. •Flo ahead." *aid Johnaton. a* h* left tb« court room. Mra. Johnaon waa riven mor* time to plead. Friday waa th* date met. Says Shingle Men Need Advertising What the Washington ahlngl* bualnnw need* I* plenty of adreru* In*. Col. Itoland H Hartley, Kv*r«tt lumberman and d*feate<t candldata for th* governorship of the *t*te. told member* of the H*altl« Ad dab Tuesday. TARF or THE.MOCTH AND TROTH" wa* the subject of a talk by I>r. Maud Parker at th* weekly meeting of the Cosmopolitan club Tuesday evening at the Y. W C. A. INGROWN TOE NAIL How to Taufhen Skin «o Nail Turns Oat Itt«U A few drop* of "Outgro" u|k>o th* skin surrounding th* Ingrowing nail reduces inflammation and pain and so toughens the tender, sensitive skin underneath the to* nail, that It can not penetrate th* flesh, and th* nail turns naturally outward almost ov*r night. "Outgm" Is a harmless antlseptie manufactured for chiropodist*. How ever. anyone can buy from the drug •tor* a tiny botU* containing dlr*» tlons.— Advertisement. Advice on Care of Teeth rx-ntal work, no matter how per fect. will not be lasting and give good sarvlee un less the terth are kept clean. The natural teeth will not last unlei, kept clean and fre<* from tartar, pyorrhea and oth er di»easea. A vis it to your dentist every tbr * e or four months will usually save money and teeth. Pain and suffer ing Is the penally for neglect of tin teeth. DR. F.DWI* J. BROWH IM ( alumhla St. For Over Twenty Yfars Seattle'* leading Dentist. GET RID OF YOUR FAT Thousands of others have gotten* rid of theira WITHOUT DIETING OR EXERCISING often at the rate of over a pound a day and WITHOUT PAYMENT until reduction has taken place. If you are overatout do not poftpone but «tt down right now and send for my FREE TKIAL. TREATMENT and ray plan whereby I lun to be PAID ONI-.T AFTER REDUCTION HAS TAKEN PLACE If you ao denlre. DR. R. NEWMAN, Licensed Physician State of New York 286 Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y. Desk 11449 DECREASE SEEN IN ILLITERACY Only Six In Every 100 Per sons Over 10 Cannot ' Read and Write WASHINGTON. Oct. If -8U out of every 100 persona In the United State* over 10 years of age were unable to write In any language last year, according to a bulletin Just re leased by the census department Hut this Isn't bad at all. In fact It la the lowest percentage of illiteracy In fifty years or more. The percentage Id 13T0 was 11; In 11*0 It was IT: in lt»0 13.1: In I*oo. 10.7 and 7.7 10 year* ago So you nole the steady decline Kvery atat* In th* union ahowa a d*clln* In Illiteracy In th* pa*t d* cad* egceptlng Connecticut. which lia* had an unuaual amount of for *lirn Immigration, Th* bannrr atat* for lltaracy ia lowa mil uaual with Mlnneanta. Sooth Dakota. fCjuwaa. Idaho. Utah. Washington. N*bra*ka and Or«|m all l*ea than 1 per cent llllterat*. MMmdppl baa the hlghaet percent ag* with Virginia, North and South Carolina, Georgia, Tann*****, Ala lam*. Iyoulaana. New Mexico and Arlaona all over 10 per cent do* to the pr>**nr* there of large number* of colored and M*tku people* Booth Carolina, however, mak** a ■plendld *hnwing In tha matter of progrea* with a deelhn* from !5.7 per rent In l»10 to II 1 per cent In IS 10. In fact all th* Southern irtate* ar* making great »trlde* In education of th* colored population. California'* percentage wu J.J per cent: Or»r<n'j It per cent and Washington'* 1.7S per mit Prince of Wales in Motor Crash LOSDOS, Oct H —The Prince of Wale*, with hi* brother. Prince Hen ry. wax In a motor crash Saturday, and had a narrow escape. It was an nounced today. The prince* were motoring near Cambridge, when tbelr car collided with a motorcycle. Brighton Dads to Have Their Inning Plans for "Dad*' night." to be held next Friday, have been completed by the Brighton Reach Parent- Teacher association. At a meeting of the association Tuesday afternoon F. A. Karamore, Seattle yhool architect, spoke on the new iichool that Is being built at Brighton Iteach. HOME BREW DEVICES MAY BE SOLD IF YOU USE A LITTLE DECEIT WASHINGTON, Oct. 1».- The gentle art of home brewing Is saved. Hut with another In gredlent-deceit. Store* that sell such Ingredient* and apparatus must convince fed eral agents the wares they sell are for a favorite dish, church festival anything but for what you'd nsturally think. This rule was laid down today when the federal prohibition of fleer here decided that raids and seizures at malt store* were law ful only In cases where tho stores advertised their wares with the Kpeclflc understanding they were to be used in the manufacture of home brew. I am a licensed practicing physician and person ally sclect th® treatment for each Individual case, thus enabling me to choose remedies that will pro duce not only a los* of weight harmlessly, bul which will also relieve you of all the troublesome symptoms of overstoutnoss such as shortness of breath, palpitation. Indigestion, rheumatism, gout, asthma, kidney trouble and various other afflic tions which often aocoinpany overstoutnesa. Mv tieetment will relieve that depressed, tired, sleepy feeling, giving you renewed energy and vigor, a result of the loss of your superfluous fat. You are not required to change In the slightest from your regular mode of living. There Is nc dieting cr exercising. It is simple, ea*y and pleas ant to take. Ca ' # #% TKtf yne ocscc^_ 255 Pairs o/ French Kid Gloves On Sale Thursday—Friday—Saturday Special $ 1 A Pair This sale offers unusual opportunities to make selections of French Kid and Lambskin Gloves for Christmas presents as well as for immediate wear. Glove Dftsartn ent—Main Floor Starting Thursday morning we will have a three-day sale of these attractive French Kid and Gloves in one- and two-clasp styles, as sketched. They arc wonderful values at the price quoted, as they regularly sell for $3.50, $4.00 and $4.50 a pair. A FRKNCH KID GI>OVIW-Mad» In Or'noble. Krone*. TYi*y are In two-clasp style, pique sewn and embroidered In two tone. self, while sn<l contrasting hesvy crochet. Colors sre gray, nigger brown, bronze and black and white, Cloves In slse* 6% to 7\ that sold formerly at 14 00 a pair. During this sale, a pair, • 1.85. One-Clasp Style Two-Clasp Style French Lambskin French Kid Gloves with French Kid Gloves in ciov<» in two-ciasp style, in heavy crochet embroid- 1 two-clasp style and pique white, tray and mode; pique ery; one-clasp style and sewn with French stitch- sewn, with sew and two-ton* pique sown, in white and ing. Sizes are 5Va to 7. embroidery and contrasting IJack only. Sizes are These sold formerly at we,t » l wrlat - Stee " ,r ® ** 54 to 6%. Formerly $4.50 a pair. Special dur s4.oo a During ing this sale, a pair, Bp<wta j durtng this sale, a pair, f1.85. $1.95. sale, a pair, 91.95. • * ' Jk ——————— - - - Madeira and Armenian <"ales Booth L'pper Main Kloor) Through a special purchase * ■ , we hav* obtained a large number of Pure IJnen Madeira Handkerchiefs Handler. hief* In many dainty pattern*. and Pure Linen with Armenian edge. Special. Thursday, each, BO#. Get Pen Terms on Charge of Burglary Johnny Or*en, altu J antra Ifarrl*. and Fruk Graham, alia* Frank Oray. wera **nt*nc*d to aorra Or* to Of t **n y«ar* tn Walla Walla ataia pan itentlary Toeaday In an perl or court I loth m*o plaaded guilty to a charge of flr*t degree burglary. Th* can* waa brought agafoat tbem by Deputy Pro*"cutor John D. Carmody. Green and Graham wera aireuted recently by Datactive Krnte Tori*, who rarog iced tbem aa *x-connet* from Cali fornia. D *""' XrtW " '! STORK HOURS: liM A. M. TO • P. ML SLIGHTLY DAMAGED £WKL GRBWOID FOOD CHOPPERS |9f 'J™ 1 $1.83 iL Regular Price $3.50 HERE IS WHERE YOU GET A WONDERFUL BARGAIN A large shipment of Griswold Food Choppers was damaged in transit the transportation Co. is going to stand the loss. Thursday we are going to offer you these $3.50 Food Choppers at f 1.83. The slight defects in these choppers in no way impairs their usefulness—they arc just as good as ever—in many cases only the boxes were broken, the choppers being uninjured. Griswold Food Choppers are equipped with several steel knives that will cut perfectly all kinds of meat, vegetables and other foods. Pint Size Vacuum * Piece / e * Bottle, Special at E» e . and B Whi e ' Mixing Bowla 98c 3 . B r w . 98c This pint size, corrugated, ||JTTT[T]7 nickel-plated Vacuum Bottle Regular Price $1.75 is a remarkable value at this Bowls like these , T i I are very useful in —'Jk price. It comes complete every k , trh „ n _ they r(P with a filler, and cap which I can be used for «o can be used as a cup. Keeps W liquids hot for 24 hours. 98* *^SmSmiSi^* 16-Inch Air Tight Heater, Special $1.39 The cold weather will soon be here—you will need one of these airtight heaters. Buy one Thursday at a big saving; 16-inch size with extra lining inside, special at rtMDUL SERVICER FOR GOR DON WALLER ait l«th ave, were scheduled for 1 p. m. today, at the Safe mu&t«\wfWiMiwmM MS WMH »Srtafcia.la«alMssadO.—lagCfcldwa I «k» ■flk.walfd grsta ssMacttoH— 4m The Oifcteal Food Pitrt to AU AjWllte r»»Hag —WswUMt—PIaMMMi Westminster Presbyterian chared to be followed by burial la Uk> View cemetery. PACE S