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HAVE PAINT PRICES COME DOWN? "We'll Say They Have" 2pr ACAIJC I'. Factories have reduced their prices. IVCHdUIIu 2. We are selling on a smaller margin of Erofit than ever before, to stimulate building. Seattle needs more new omes. We will do our share to assist you to build well and economi cally. • . Here Is the Evidence: Tlo Blending ud Stancfl Color*—NOW «0< IS Si Pun»*t House' Paint, colon, gallon— »0o R S. Color* In Oil—NOW 40* WW 92-85 T»c R S. Colon la OU—NOW 45# 13 35 A. Q Taint and Varnish Ramover, 16.50 A. Q. Doro Enamel. galloa—NOW..94.lo gallon—NOW >...92.85 |l! 5 Crack and Crevlc* FUlrr, & lb. can— I*.JO A. Q. Vamola<\ gallon—NOW |8.30 W * 98.30 | 4 2S A. Q. Copal Pumltura Varnlth, gallon 15.50 New Era House Paint, white, gallon— NOW 33.25 NOW . *~#*a - _. . . .... »• .. . „ IS.II A. Q linoleum Varnish, per gallon— -15.25 New Era Hou.se Paint, oolora, gallon— vniv |j ia NOW |S.<o 115.50 Pur* WWU Lead. 100 1b»—N0W.911.75 ,1M Turpeotlna. gallon—NOW. 91.15 IJ.SI Boiled Linseed Oil. ga110n—N0W...94.85 IS 50 Orange Shellao (*•«>. out), gallon- - IS.OO Eclipse Floor Varnish. gaL—NOW 98.80 NOW • ••• M-» 0 11.50 Great Lake* Spar Varnlah. gallon— cul> ' f " T gallop— NOW $5.10 NOW #4.65 11.10 A. Q. No Luster Wall Taint, gallon- ,li 0 ° Ihrtch Katoomlne Bru.hre-N0W.»11,T5 NOW $3.50 Kit Stucoo Wall lirushes—NOW 95.00 14.50 A. Q. Cement Coaler, gallon-N0W.9 3.85 ** " Hoeh Varnbh llwtll VOW 93.35 13.75 Sunset House Paint, white, gallon— «*« CHa«lert Putty, Ib.—NOW 84 NOW ....93.85 All other Items reduced la eame proportion. $lOO.OO Worth of Paint Can Now Be Bought for About $65.00 We carry a complete line for Painters, Paper Hangers, Artists and Show Card Writers' supplies. /fyisf Eafdwafe % (AVENUE and t>IKE STREEI Store Hours: 8 a. m. to 5:30 p. m. a 1 How Yeast Vitamon Tablets Pot Flesh on Thin Folks lIIIHUIHEN THE NERVES AND INVIGORATE THE BOOT— EASY AND ECONOMICAL TO TAK&- lii ii SURPRISINGLY iJt MltoiaiMjMlniiWtky ■■m hna aad p»n«, J ■« tela ud 111 ll I ««l 100 *»—%>«*»• Smbm eeKi U» two otka'rtUaM NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS For the convenience ol our customers in the paying ®f Mis, we have made arrangements with the Ameri- " can Express Company whereby oar bills may be paid < at any office or sub-agency of the Express Company, | aa listed below, on and after October 20, 1921. J I We request that yon make note of the station moat convenient for the payment of your future bills, unless yon prefer to pay same by check or at our office. SaMftab ef the Jlaerim Express Ceapny, Seattle, Week I—Waa4*a Pfc ansasy, 2601 Jackson St a—J. a Clssasa. 121 Occidental. 4—ChUIJ I treat Ptarasty, 701 23rd Ara 4 ». A. CSaaswa. First and Battery. t Caarade Drag Caaaaaay, 24th N. W. and Market St » Bart ell Drag Utare l»e. 4. First and Pike St 11 Japan sas raaamlal Baak, 222 Second Are. S. IS MnaDaaaan-Haathwlak Co™ Second aad Pike St 14 i Wsslee rh'a Pharaaary, (04 Plka St 14 rDat Bill Pharmacy, SOl Madison St 14—Trrdriirk Jt Welsaa. Fifth and Pine St 17—Vanity Pkirasry, 6517 University Way. IP' raaaaisnlal Ca. at Emye, 101 Tester Way. 14—Wastlake Pharaaary. 2001 Weatlaka. 44 fmll Pkanaaey, 1111 Broadway. S3—4haw's Drag 4t*rc. 4707 Rainier Ara. 11 Wlaaloa Pharaary, l(th Are. N. and E. Aloha. 14 V. O. lerry. Grocery, (752 24th Ave. S. W. II Da Paydt Orarery. 1905 10th Ara W. ST—Oriental Ex pre* a Caaapaay, 603 Main St 44—Merry 4taUaaery Ca. 114 First Ara 45 P. Baty a 00. (01 Jackson St SI Ima naehack a Ca. 241S Utah St S»—Baa Marche. Second and Plka 44—Ballard Pharaaary. 6201 Ballard Ara 34—Bart ell Drag Storr *s. 4, 6J4J Ballard Ara PUGET SOUND POWER & LIGHT COMPANY. 3TAR WAfiX AP3 BRING RESULTS mi Htoft»Uu» Mai asato roa aotiring. Be a» to » ■—bar Ika nana MaaWa a VI TA MON Ito Mtotoal aad ■—toe yaaat-ritartaa taMrt *■ » h a«Siii« «toe If It. aa As aot aaaapt liaitaltoaa a* anbaMtwtos Yam mm W* Maatta'i VTTAMON labiate a* al |m 4 aiAai ALL OWL DHt'U VTORKS * Uaaala Plaman, 1714 n. est* at ayrkasiiis rwgiede, 4230 Leary Ara. 44—llmayaMe Pharauey, 4604 Meridian Ara. >1 ei aastt Drag rsapasy, 1421 Fremont Ara. ■ (fcaianaad naraacy, 7401 Greenwood Ara. >4 MUilotea's ftanaacy, 1351 10U> Ara. N. Baatlaka rbanasey, (01 Kastlaka Ara ■a—BarteO Drag Star* Wa. 4, Second and Calok 44—Pnelfle riarsiary. 1421 K. Ctth St. Tt—P. T. StKee, Grsesry, 7901 Woodland Park Ara 7S—Beekwltk Ptansary, (300 14th N. W. 74—It- Kgrama a. Oraeery, 100 21th Ara. a 44 ■oyar Drag a tare We. 4. 2517 Beacon Ara BS—laterhay Pharmacy, 1500 Grand Bird 44 Iha It asa Ma rrhe, 1310 Third Ara W. •4—CUs. B. V.llly Co., 1(47 W. Han ford St IN—KlrtnMi Drag f'ssspssf. 1701 w. Spokane Kt 144—r. (i. Plereoa, Drnga. 4302 Woodland Park Ara. 144—(aattlc Drag rnsapany, 1401 23rd Ara. I*4—ltaveaaa Ptsraary, (500 Karenna Ara. IM-rnser-Paitrws fantasy, Second and University. "4—Orleatal-A aaerl ra„ Hank. (« u Main St 147—Tark Pfcanaarr. 1401 Ralnlar Ara. 144—4kalahrta Int, Oraerra. 4101 20th Ara 8. W. 104—C. I» Barqae, Graaar. Greenwood Ara at 13rd St 114—P. ■ aad la a, 1601 Ralnlar Ara 101—Aaserlaaa Kxpresa Ca, 104 Third Ara. DEAN MILLER TO SPEAK Dean Stephen I. Miller of the col !"*• of buatne* a ulminliln.Uon. WUI uddreaa the Concentric club at a luncheon Thursday at IT#"n Whljrtle na the nubj»<l of "Merchandising I'roblenm of Today." The tttne U art for 12:11 p. in. ACIDS IN STOMACH CAUSE INDIGESTION Create Oaa. toaraMa ia< rate Mai* ta Treat Medical authorities state tha' nearly nine-tenth* of the ctaei of itointrh trouble. indigaatloa, sour ness. burntng. gas. bl->a(ing. nausea, eta. ara du* to an eiceaa of kr4ri>- rhlorle arid In the stomach. ana not. aa some believe. to a lark of dlg« s live Juices. The delicate atoma<'h lining la Irritated, dictation la de layed and food sour*. causing the disagreeable symptoms iShlrh erery stomach sufferer knowa so well Artificial digestenUare not needed In such raaea. and may do real harm Try laying aside all dlgaatlvs aids, and Instead get from any druggist a few ounces of Dtaurated Magnesia, and take a tea»po«.nfiil In a quarter flasa of water right after eating hla sweetens the stomach, prevent* tha formatloh of ...... add. and thera la oo aourneaa, gaa or pain, flisurated Magnesia (In powder or tablat form—never liquid or milk) la harmless to the atomaeh. Inexpensive to take, and Is tha moat efficient form of magneala for atonaik pur poses. It la used by thousands of people who anfciy their meala with no more faar of Indication. —Adver- tisement. mm ■fi' 1 .TsTi' ITTilflS? m J^fm' naHvsa yaar Maad laaaa Ha pea a» la rhaage food Mo Nvtag Ussm aad tkata ftwa nothing raa aat does J«m tkamar aasaitafiwd; Tea do aat aat sndaat dnaith aad 11 nialah»aal ajaf H. What Caaad Is sig—li Ina ta kawaasn banMßklna'and'laaaaaMiSaaiAaS people la two'waste ttaas~~hi aaar to alaaria Over MHW psoots aaaaafly an ariag Nsiatad Iran. If yaa ara aat Mog aaita a# la tha aiit, Maahaaa lbs a paster* today Is tshlel lav oaty: leek fer tha latin N. I. aa nil MM. Year seaey will ha rataaAad br tkaaaa- I TbmofroHrl I Alright I I IR I ■ raiM and kMp th* dl«MtlT« ud ■ ■ iKS m I Ou-thlrd th« Tf 11- I ■iuMißlltf dota. Mad* of ■ ■ MCf ••in • loiridlanta, ■ than eaody coaiad. ■ chUdrao and THE SEATTLE STAR She's in Popularity Race Invalid-13 Years Entered | One cnatntart for th» Rhrlnera* 12.1(6 r*t*a auto wbo bid* (air to give the other fair damsel* of 8» ntt la a clom run ts Mabel M. Long, who ha* bean nominated for first honor* In the popularity content con duced by Nil* Temple circus, to b* held In tha Arena October St to N» Ive.nber 9, Inclusive. Utaa I-nne haa bean a ertppla for 11 roars and haa supported herself Man y 11l and Aged, Won't Leave Wife By Wanda von Kettler "ThK" mM tha league via- Dor aa we approached • rairv kmirn, faded green hat In South Seattle, "l* the home of two old people. He ta UL She toe* out ta do Katnetnrk four hoar* a 4ajr and rarea for blni the rat of tha time." Tha door of tha hot ws* opened bjr a woman of parbap* (9 years, who wore a clean dark gingham and whoa* hair wn almost (ray. come," th* visitor e* plained "to ask about Mr. —% He's better today?" Th* woman aniled faintly. "Well." she said, he's Just *ho tit tha aama. Won't you coma In and talk to him?" KIND ROOM NEATLY KKPT InMde w* found ourselves In a room where the curtains at tba win dows wera freah and clean, whera tha scant furnishing* wera neat and In order, and whera aa uM man, Uy 111 In a narrtw bed. I learned later from the welfare worker that the old man would nev er be well agvtn. A physician had said he would die with cancer. "And yet." the worker told me, "he will not allow ua to take him to the hospital. He wanta to stay here "40" INDUCES SLEEP Humphrey*" Number "Forty" In duces Repose, and Natural. Refresh ing Bleep. For insomnia. Sleeplaasneea. Wakefulness, Nervonsneaa. No Narcotic. No Opiate, No Dope. No habit forming Drugs, Strictly Homeopathic. 10c and II 00, at Drug Uteres. nr eent on receipt of price, or C. Q. D. I'arcel Post Humphreys' "Seventy-seven" breaks up Colds that hang on. ine and 11 08. at Drug Rtorss, nr sent on receipt of price, or C. O. D» I'arcel post. Itaaaahreira' Homeo. Medicine Co, 1M William Street, New York. Hook Free. GOOD LOOKS IN WOMEN i Nature undoubtedly mad* womaa to be Admired, aa4 maa to admire women do not depend upon age, but upon health. , ▲ good complexion !■ not I BttUf ' Of putting something on tho face, but Of putting the blood and the (em 1 nine organs In health/ condition. No woman can have a (air akin If her health Is undermined with pains aai nervousness. I It la within the reach of evert Woman to be well, healthy and strrag if she will take Dr. Pierce's Farom# Prescription. It Is the ssfest wo man's Undo because It Is mtde en tirely of roots and herbs, without alcohoL (Ingredients on label.) It Is SO rears old. and Its ago testifies to Its goodness. A medicine that has made sick women well for half a een'ury Is surely good to take. Wo men from overy part of America tes tify to Its merits. Equally good Is Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. Tiny laxative granules—easy to carry and easy to take. Carry a rial in you* pocket or pocketbook. Buy now. I AdvurtUauiunt, Mabel M. Long 'during that llrn* by arllln* aubarxlp Nona for RuMcminrt. Mb* Uvr* at 731 ft JBth avc. N. W. C. J. Wyman, ISS W. 14th at., who nominated Mlaa Long. aaya: "It ta both a privilege and a pleaaure for • Bhrlner to nominate her." Vllxa Long ha* chuaen "ll* alona la eourageoua who never de»palr»," for her motto. Votea axe on aale at the Arena and at Krledlandor'a, on Recond ave. In the old hooM that baa beta their home." On thla afternoon while we atood bf*tde hla bad the vlaltor aaked bun again If he wouldn't conaent. mi know,"' »he aaM, "yon would pi (be virjr bnl of eam " "No," be rrpdnL *1 don't want to go.** "And If he 4nr*n't want tm r®." hl» wtte told the \ l>Uor lal«T. "I nrtjldn't hi him." Now thia wife, who trie* to hart) to be cheerful, doe* not make enough from four boura of houaework to pay the rent and buy fr»d and pied Irlne. Ro the league ta aupplylng mltk and egr* while the Red Croaa nuree rail* at the hotne every day to tMI the old man. TIIIH IS ONL.T ONK TYFK "And thla la only on* type of Be attle'a alck poor." tha vlaltor da clared after we had left the hut We hare other caaea where fathera ara 111, leaving mother* to ahlft for aeven or eight children. We have caaea where a whole family of little children break down with alrkneea and where the mother and father have no funda to buy them med IcJne and proper food. Then she told me the etory of a man In Seattle who had contracted aleeplng sickness from a germ In polaonoua moonshine. "The mother now," aha eald. "la working by the d-vy. trying to support her huat»and and four children, one of whom la a cripple. "Do you help a vary great number of iiurh families?" I a*k«d her. "In Beptemher of thl* year." ahe replied. "7J7 families, destitute be cause of sickness, were given help In Seattle. In the winter months the number reaches ax high aa 1,000." Tomorrow: We vUll "Coon Hollow." Realtors to Meet in New Smith Cafe The weekly meeting of the Seattle Realtor* will be held Thursday In the new cafe under the U C. Smith building. It was learned Wednesday. The formal opening of the cafe will be celebrated. Pres. 8. F. Woody, of tha Realtor's club, will announce members of different committees, and regular business will be attend e<t Plan Carnival to Clear Camp Debt A public masked ball and carnival, for the purpose of raising funds to dear the naval summer camp site it 1-ake Kitsap from debt, will be held at Bremerton Friday and Sutur day nights. The celebration la under tha au spices of tha Bremerton chamber of commerce. bar. No w» Bum ever gats •o old that •ha doesn't want admlrv tloa, and a* man over get* beyoad ad miring bar. Good look* la ACHES, AND PAINS SLOANS GETS 'EM! a VOID the misery of racking f\ pain. Sloan's get* right down i "*• to the aching spot and relieves your pain and you wonder why you did not use Sloan'* first. Have a bottle of Sloan'* Liniment handy and apply when you first feel pain. I'se freely and don't nib, as ii pmetraUs and you will be surprised to find how quickly ft eases the pain and sends a feeling of warmth through | the aching part. I Fine, too, (orrheumatism,neuralgia, sciatica, sprains, aches, pains, over worked muscles, lame back. For forty years Sloan's has been the stand-by as a liniment in thousands of , families. Ask your neighbor. At all druggists—3sc, 70c, ft .40. Sloarts Liniment 11 Clear Ywr Coaplavlos of pimples. V \ aene and other facial dieflffurevner.t. \ Use freely Dr. Ilobnon's Eemama Olnt- j / men! Good for eczema. Itching skin, / and other skin troubles. Ona of Dr. f Iloheoc's Fsmily Kemediea. I DrHobsoris I hacmaQintmeat I ■l'll s ' ' iff J^^HU|H|^HflH ;; ; i* IMHIiIHn/ Jv HWaflK' : N ■ Jij iV Tib AIL# W ~4wtrnKjQ9if% jf /""jflTji V^B"y^«w^n Ladies and Gentlemen In scauel to the Anniversary Sale upon which the cur tain has just dcscendcd, wc icish to make ** A Froclamadioim off Opftsmasma The proofs have arrived —the potential buying power of the people has just been put to the test in "the great est selling event of the year," and the results show that there is abundant spending power in Seattle for what the people want And good judgment in purchasing is the order of the day—tJhc demand is as ever for values, but especially for values in substantial merchandise. The Anniversary Sale was a great success. We knew it would be, for it had behind it the cumulative power of years of well-directed effort. But this sale succeeded even beyond our own forecast; and in the complete tri umph of the event'we see another victory for optimism. It adds a further measure of assurance to the business outlook. And for Fraser-Paterson Company it means another milestone of achievement passed; and with full grati tude for the success which has just been accorded us, we go on with utmost confidence in the future. SKCOND/frlMft AN* INVEfiSmr SIBBOT % Observe Memory of Terence MacSwiney The memory of the fc»te Terence Marjjwiney, lord mayor of Cork, who died aa a reault Of a 73-day hunger strike In Brixton prison. October 85. 11 !0. will be revived In Seattle next week, wben memorial meetings will be held, according to th« Mac£wlney memorial committee. Says Auto Camp Has Best Site in N. W. Automobile tourists reported that Woodland park has the best camp A Compliment —s> f—i« alwayi acceptable and when ab» /jgW ■ teaa terree ; P.C.B. ASSORTED CAKES L \' »be ia giving her gveeta the compHment ; jT of poaaessing refined taste, and at the - W same time proving her own good judg *4 meat. - - They are delicious served with coffee, tea, chocolate—or with the dessert. ■ Mciric co. Bite location on tha Pacific coast, and have numbered 17,990 from April to September 1$ of this year, according to a report Issued Tuesday by Ronald B. Chapman, superintend ent of parka. Five thousand, one hundred and forty miwhlnea were ac commodated during th« season. Work will bo done on tha camp site this winter to put it In shape to easily accommodate SOO machines nightly during the next season. TSJ% "HwrnAxini KMH« Mm Am ir*£#l J DIi»N»«. It rrMTX the naw w< mt«rM W\* m • fvJ' '»• <• kMltk. at DA Yr TKUTMUrf M ••■•••meia ISO* l»er hex. DnerlptlTt lw*k fm. tua-Kc conrAjrr, r»—■«. *■* r*r m« by unnuo. •iiimal V WKDNKSD. feyßlt), 1921. Gets Pen Term for ' Passing Bad Checks / Alleged to hav* passed bogus Chocks totalling 1800. A. E. Berff lund was Taee&iy given a ru» fx mlod sentence of atx months u flfttrn years In Monroe reformatory by Judge Everett Smith In superior Ofcurt Borgluad was charged with grand larceny. J. P. Richter of Archway bode store testified lund had paaxd a chock tor lit , there on July 1.