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'1 KITCHEN CABINETS —only Sl—. during this great sale, brings one of these famous SELLERS KITCHEN CABINETS to your home, the one acknowledged by the thousands and thousands of housewives and by Domestic Science Experts to be the "World's Most Convenient Kitchen Cabinet." We say to you: BRING ONLY 91 —; pay the balance later: trade in your old-fashioned kitchen table as part payment; take advantage of this week's special FREE OFFER of an electric iron or dinner wareset to every purchaser. —the fifteen famous features include the —every one of the "15 SELLERS Fa exclusive automatic lowering flour mous Features" means much to the bin; automatic base shelf extender; woman whoownaa SELLERS Kitchen Mtat nm ft. larfett to ft. is the last word in kitchen comfort and smallest cabinet made, you can select convenience —in housekeeping ef- one that will exactly meet your kitchen ficiency and economy. and price requirements. youi old-fashioned kitchen table taken as part payment— —nhahuill /do with my kitchen tablet When you decide you would like to take advantage of this sale that may be the first thought to enter your mind. Here'* the solution of that question—we wiU, during this sale, accept your old-fashioned, inconvenient kitchen table as part payment on any SELLERS cabinet you select FREE! —this week during the $1 DOWN SALE of SELLERS KITCHEN CABINETS, as a farther special inducement, we give absolutely FREE to every purchaser of a SELLERS cabinet, the choice of an electric iron or 32-piece dinnerware set —you have your choice of .4kit) ray serviceable 32- , » piece plain white breakfast paint*or Ameri- J&JIF) \\ jM:/ can Beauty Iron, \V exactly as pic- ' Jimiiu tured. list vara mm rnmm n "gsy «.«.«•■«« Anrrwi *""" -BSS~ E~ iiiiimMiiiiiiiiiirii s ' 'UirMUSMte- wHMWiy use- v.. SftftUJtifc -TACOM^- M m - •*-» i- nftin 1 ■ ii i ■ *- -- w i iftta M often BfoufDC py ■■ V!M* Omt 17 MUtkm/mn (WKw^i A £■[ 1 PIT THIS GENUINE VICTROLA and Complete Outfit Into VOIR Home A brand new Model IX Vlctroia, 10 selections on five dou ble-face record*, a record brush and needlea—all thla la yours for at the easy rate of t> a week. Have the outfit delivered tomorrow and play while you pay. ' earn uz vJ©\7 14*21 Third Ave^BfiJS' "Seattle** Musical HcadquarteiV I Seattle to Fight at Trail Meeting Seattle will attend the Washington Stat* Yellowstone Trail association convention at Spokane l Monday, determined to frustrate any attempts to chang« the present route. of which thla city la the western transcontinental terminal. Thla fact name out at a Joint meet- In# of the Oreatcr Seattle and pub. Hetty committee* of the Chamber of Commerce. • Portland plana to pre sent « formal maolytlon to the eon ventlon aaking that the Oregon dty bo dealitnated as «ne of the Wast ern terminals of the trait The Tel. "tone aaaoclatlon, since Ita organl ration In lIIJ, has opposed a split trail. The Seattle delegation there fore will fight any attempt by Port land to alter the present route. TAKTMA.—City Jail prisoners tun nel way Into booze supply room and tank up. Full course dinner, 75e, at Boldt'a. Served S to I p. m.—Advertisement. TIMELY BEAUTY HINTS Society women waah their own hair, not beoauaa It la a fad, but be. cauae they wish to obtain the great est possible hair beauty and be sure they ara not using anything harm ful- They have found that In wash Ing the hair It la never wise to use a makeshift, but la always advisable to nse a preparation iruide for sham poolng only. Many of our friend* aay they get the best results from a almpla home-made canthroz mix ture. You can use this at a cost of about 3 cents a shampoo by getting some canthros from your drugglKt and dissolving a teaepoonful In a cup of hot water. Thla mokes enough shampoo liquid to apply to all the hair Instead of Just the top of the head, am with most prepara tions. Dandruff, excess oil and dirt are dissolved and entirely disappear In the rinsing water. Tour hair will be so fluffy that It will look much heavier than It Is. its luster and softness will also delight you.—Ad verUMtneut. , , .. THE SEATTLE STAR Girl Slaver Mav Be Freed Dead Man's Father Hostile The drawing at the left it from a photo of Maude Moore while the was a ttenographer in Knoxville, Tenn. The other ttrauring thowt how the looked the day the. left Tacovia for KnoxvUU after her arretL KNOXVTT.IJB, Tsnn.. Oct H Win Maud* Moore, now Mrs. Will lan It. Stubhs, be convicted a sarond Urn* wtien ah« la triad hera nest month tor Uia munlrr of Ijaltoy p. Harth, wealthy auto dealer, on tha night of September I. I lit? That question haa been uppermost in tha minds of Knoxvtlle paopla aUlca her arraat In Tacoma, Waah . I oat August. where alia had married fllutiha, a hotel proprietor. She waa releaaed on $lO,OOO bond, which aha Jumped. going to Dan. villa. Kjr. Prom Kentucky aba yrud itally traveled Weat untU aha reaoh* .-d Ta<«ma, whare aha worked tor * uma and later married. Changing tha rotor and drass at har hair, Maude Mono* thought aha would never ba recognized. When married she cava har maldan name aa Helen Mopa. Hut ona d»y a sailor recognised Maude Moor* and told tha police. Har arraat followed. Whan Edward McNew and Robert Itor In it. her two t*mdarn'n. returned tha bunted girl hare barely In time to save their bond, there wsi a gen eral recaption for her. The police had difficulty In setting her to tha county >ll because of the crowds of admirers and sympathiser* of thla irtrl who had »>ean sought thruout the United Htatea and foreign roun tries. At the jail a atrlngad orrhea. tra aerenadad her thruout tl»a day. C. H. Mann, Eagle*' Leader, Will Talk Conrad H. Maso. paal grand wor thy prartdent. F. O. B-. will apeak at the Ballard Eagle* hall. (414 Ballard m. Wednesday, at • p. aa. Mann ha* baea promtneat tar many rm la tha fraternal Order of Eaglea. being worthy preatdent of Mllwauhea aerie In itll, and grand worthy prealdent in ltlT. He waa Influential In eatablUhlng what la known aa the patriotic fund, providing 11.004 benefit todependenta of eeory Eagle who loet hla lift In tha great war. FREE TO WOMEN Simply mall na namea of two ladlea lntareated In embroidering and we will aend you one etamp ed Quilt IHark of rare and beau llful design on. Unen finlahed muailn — almolately free. A poetal will do. Btyd Import & Mf(. Co. Perry l*ayne Bldg . Cleveland, O. FIERY, ITCHY SKIN QUICKLY SOOTHED WITIf SULPHUR Mentho-flulphur, a pleasant cream, will aoothe and heal akin that ia Ir ritated or broken out with eczema: that la covered with ugly raah or pimplea, or la rough or dry. Noth ing auhduea fiery akin eruptiona ao quickly, aaya a noted akin apectailat. The moment thla sulphur prepara tion la applied the Itching etopa and after two or three applicntlona. the eczema la gone and the akin la de lightfully clear and smooth. Sulphur la so precloua as a akin remedy be cause It deatroya the parasites that cause the burning. Itching or dla flgurement. Mmtho. Sulphur al ways heala ecxema right up. A amall Jar of Mentho-Sulphur may be had at any good drug store. —Advertisement. PAIN GONE! RUB IE, RHEUMATIC ACHING JOINTS Rah pain away with a small trial bottle of old "St. Jacob's OH." Stop "dosing" Rheumatism. It's piiln only: not one case In fifty requires Internal treatment. Rub soothing, penetrating "St. Ja aobs Oil" right on the "tender spot," and by the Ume you any Jack Rob inson—out comes the rheumatic pain and distress. "St. Jacob's Oil" la a harmless rheumatism liniment which never disappoints and doesn't burn the skin. It takes pain, sore ness and stiffness from aching Joints, muscles and bones; stops sci atica, lumbago, backache and neu ralgia. Llmb«r np! 0«t a «m»n trial bot tle of old'tlma, hen/Nit "St. Jacobs 611" from any dnjj utore, and In a momejit you'll be free from palno. arhea and etlffnen*. Don't Buffer! Ruh rheumatism away.—Advertise i . j H. A. Harth, father of the mur il'rad man, baa announced that ha will puah tha prosecution to tha limit, but Knoxvtlle people doubt that tha efforts will ba of avail. Hum VIROIHIA FrmndJy BURLEY Gentlemen TURKISH Hwyggfwt M«n4af <h» 'Jbwt InemrvrfcvT dgatwtta one-eleven cigarettes 20forl5 f Ifilatset fCTTj for Less • Our exaraina- jßkflf' tlon la aa per feet aa aklH,S^^^^* erlentlfie at rumen ta yearn of experience HIIHaSMHH U can devlae. *• **agb ■ All l^enara ;■ (.round in ■ I Our Own Kartory, ■ Ifihmt 15 Coin pie ta I [ Free Examination fllokt •ptiMl Co. I ISI4 Wratlake Are. ■ Bel ween Pike and Pine Rta. I I DR. E T. HJUtVET (Ex-PrwMent Michigan State Board Dental Examiner*) Dental Surgeon Diagnostician Pyorrhea Specialist X-Ray Laboratory Highest Order ot Restoration Work Done Examination and Estimate Free 504-12 Eitel Building SECOND AND PIKE SEATTLE Free Tooth X-Ray In which tha nerve haa been killed ma> B "> ' become ab- f they t' do they are v ' dangerous O health. V.^g|^^Hk Tha X-Eay tha best way so far devised to •tirmlne^D^pr whether or not ' a tooth la ab- I* *• Clark soaased. Wa win X-Ray en* tooth for you without eharga. The Regal DtnM Offlccs DR. L R. CLARK, Manager 1405 Third Avenue Corner Third and Union Air Mail Service to Be Given State Indication* that Washington wilt be glren an air mall aarvloa by tha wnnmioni nast year h»re barn r*- celred by F M. KVetwell, »Uta chair man of tha world'* Imrd of ur» (i a lit Ira I ronimlaalonara. ■urb a aarvli a would require huid In* flalrla wary 1M mllaa thruout tha atate, fuid tha larger community•» •ra to be axkad, it |a aald, to auhmlt data relative to favorable altaa BEAUTY SPECIALIST TELLS SECRET A fcatttf Hpecialint Olvra Horn* Mrff Kerlp* to Darken Or*? I lair Mi* m. D. Olllivipla, a wall known baauty apociallat of Kanaaa City, ra i-antly gave out tha following atata mmit regarding fray hair: "Anyone r*n prepare • dimple mlatur* at horoa that will darken uray hair, and make It goft imd gloaay. To a half pint of water add I ounce of bay rum. a email ho* of Itarbo Compound and 14 otmoa of glycarlne. "Thene Inirredlentii ra.n be ptjr rhaaod at any drug atora at very little coat. Apply to the hair Iwtoe a week until the deelred ahada la obtained. Thto will maka a gray h aired peraon look twenty yeara younger It doe* not oolor the aoalp, la not atlnky or greaay and doea not rub off—Art vert lament. 1888 1921 I Cheasfy's 33rd Birthday Sale Continues All This Week When a "Che cut' price it reduced you may know that more than ever it is very much worth your while. All Men's and Young Men's Suit*, • Overcoat* and Raincoat* are included— rjk Kuppenheimer, Society Brand, Burberry, JbC Kirsch baton garments, etc. "WfT 7?JP Regular Price 133.00 —Birthday Price Regular Price 137.00—Birthday Price Regular price $40.00; OOCf OO /j| Pi f Birthday price s<39*oo /H M hi// Regular price $45.00; £9Q QQ /■ UI / Birthday price «P«J«7aOO In M J Regular price $60.00; &/IQ Q O *VR (111 Birthday price Regular price $55.00; & A Q OO PCSMEL Birthday price sfrO««J<3 Regular price $60.00; OQ Birthday price VVMaOO ftjJH . Regular price $65.00; eCfi OO Birthday price VUOtOO ~ $ The "CheastyJr."Stiop Has Made Great Prep arations for This, Its First Birthday Sale > f Boys' $14.85 Suits and Boys' $30.00 Suits sad 'Overcoats Overcoats $13.33 $25.33 B ° yß ' Overcoats 14 " d ** Boys' New uvercoats "Puritan" Blouse $14.33 Waists, values to Boys* $18.50 Suits and * 1,25, Overcoats fa.33 for Boys' New tl £ QQ $ 2 -50 and $3.00 Jer> tP 10.00 sey Sweaters. Boys' $20.00 Suite and j lt33 for Boys' $2.00 Overcoats w d $2.25 Outing $17.33 Bo> ' s ' c 3»u iu and *IQ QQ Boys' and Girts' Iron* vlO.Ov clad Stockings, per Boys' $25.00 Suite and V»ir, 29f. Overcoats Boys' and Girls' "Lux tOl QQ ite " Stockings, per X .OO pair, and 53#* AH "Hartmann" Wardrobe Trunk* Included in 33rd Birthday Sale. Examples: $50.00 Wardrobe £yflA QQ $61.00 Wardrobe &AQ OQ Trunks Trunks $40.0J •re fio w»rHroh« A 20% DISCOUNT off regular prices of $06.60 Wardrobe $47 8,1 Leather Bags, Suit Cases and Trunks # .OO pitted Rolls. Here are just ai the Birthday Specials offered in Men's "Quality" Haberdashery—sl.73, $2.23 and $3.33 for choice of three new, splendid lines of Men's soft cuff Soft Shirts. All Men a Outing Flannel Night Robes and Pajamas Included Regular price $1.50, d> 1 QQ Regular price $2.50, (Q QQ Birthday price vi.u J Birthday price ipZiuv Regular price $2.00, 7Q Regular price $3.00, (n C) Birthday price vl« I O Birthday price ....... tpZaW All flannel Shirts Included in This Sale l or , Men s He *vy, All-wool a pair for the regular 60c Pari! J Middy Sweaters. ro .. 33f a pair for "Shawknit" 50c plated , -:J Cashmere Sox. 73#, $1.23, $1.43 for choice of moat * 33# a pair for silk and full-fashioned beautiful groups of new cut SUk * lisle 75c Sox. Sizes to Neckwear. Cheasfy's i Be sure you get a piece of our Birthday Fruit bake THIS WAS WRITTEN BY THE STAR'S VERY LATEST BENEDICT It paya 10 b« married I tarry Kloyd. SeelUe UtMfM man. *u fined 1100 when ba pleaded guilty In tul-rul oou.-t Monday ta aala of twa quart* of liquor. Keososa ba haa a wife and two rhlldren to support, Floyd was aonordad iba privilege by Judge Robert ■ n< an of paying the (to* on the Installment plan— -110 A month. Aviation Program Reached for Sound A/tar a oou/erenoe at tba Chamber of Com me TOO Monday, represent*, lives of King. Flares and Kitsap counties announced the formation of an aviation program for I'uget Mound, to include naval, military and commercial flying. Hand Point. Bremerton and Camp Uwla are favored as landing flelda. Foreign Debt Bill Is Pasted by House WABHIWOTOK, Oct it.—-The ad ministration's foreign debt refunding bill was passed by the bouse late yesterday. It now goes to ths senate. Tha measure creates a oommls- TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2K. Ifr*f ■ion. to ha headed by the aacretar* of the tmmry, t/> negotiate t h . J7 funding of America'a In OM ■"»— loan to th* alUaa, ' THIN, FLAT HAIR GROWS LONG, THICK AND ABUNDANT "DandftriM" eoata only It osets a bot tie. On« application anda all dandruff, atopa Itching and fall jr.g balr, and. La a taw mom acta, you have doubled th* beauty of your balr. It will appaaramaaa. ao aoft, luatrooa, and eaay to do up. Hot what will please you rooat will ba after a. few weeks u»e, whenl you ana new hair— I fine and downy at first yea but really new growing all over tba scalp. *f-n derlna" la to the hair what friafc ahowere of rain and sunsfclM an to vegetation. It goeg right to tftt roots, Invigorates and strength* them. This delightful, attnaulauaZ tonic belpa thin, lifeless, wl^ to grow long, thick, heavy and ha il rlan t—A dvertlaement.