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Merry Happy Home TO maintain a happy home the housewife must keep in good health. Her duties are many and various, and it seems as if every other member of the family depended very much on her. " Where is my hat ?" cries the boy. • " What did you do with my coat ?" asks the daughter. " I can't find any handkerchiefs," yells the husband. The housewife is usually the advisor and general manager of the family. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound helps women to maintain a happy home by keeping them in good nealth. T}loomlng ton. IlL—"I bavo taken six rvint», So. Dakota.—" I would hav* D bottle* of Lydia £. Pinkham's U p*lm and cramp* *vrry month Vegetable Compound and it ha* dona until I could hardly stand It and could me a wonderful alght of (rood. I*u not do my work at all at that time and never very strong and female trouble often had to go to bed. I went to » kept me weak *o that 1 had do Interest * physician, but be did not do me much (or mr homework. 1 had such * back- food and tald I would have to have an ache ( could not cook a meal or clean operation. I read about Lydla K. np a room without ratfug with pain. I nnkham's Vegetable Compound In the would rub my back with alcohol and It newspaper and thought 1 would giva would ease for a few hours, but after it a trial. Now 1 feel lots better and I had taken three bottles of Vegetable don't have to give up and go to bed, * Compound my achesbegan togradually and can do all my work. You may um leave me. Now lam as strong ana the*e facts as a testimonial, and I will healthy as any woman and 1 give my answer with pleasure all letters I ra thanks to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vefeta- reive, and you may be aura I will ble Compound for my health."-Mr*. praise your wonderful medicine."— 3. A. licQt rrrr, flio W. Walnut Bt, Mr*. Aimrra J. Kad* Dud, Bloomlngtou, 11L South Dakota. > Thousand* ol wosnsn ew* tkdr bsakk to lydia E. Pinkham's Vedetabk Compound LYDIA C. PINK HAM MEDICINE CO. LYNN, MASS. R9£ll hWBBP^IBB^^^^Hb «H9 BUSH & LANE t>« ■R||| PIANO CO.'S BIG I*l^ Money-Saving Sale Of New High-Grade Pianos HP HE pianos and prices for which many have been waiting * are here, but at these prices this stock will not last any great length of time, for we are going to sell, at this big mon ey-saving tale, the finest new standard high-grade pianos and player-pianos that we have ever carried on our floors since we have been in business. As wholesalers of pianos and player-pianos we sometimes find that dealers cannot pay for the pianos they order and we are compelled to take them back. Some of these instruments came back to us on this oc count, others we have taken back from dealers and allowed in their stead less expensive instruments, such as they found a more ready sale for in their particular territories. We do not claim that we are going to retail these pianos at whole sale prices, but we do claim that we are going to retail them at such re ductions as will assure their immediate sale. Many parents have long recognized the great advantage and real necessity of having a good piano in their homes, but have waited for low prices and still lower prices, but it is no loiter necessary to wait, for cer tainly prices can never be lower than they are right now at this money saving sale. These are the same grade and makes of instruments upon which we have built our reputation as wholesalers and retailers of high-grade pianos and player-pianos and the prices are the lowest in years. Every dollar we possess is back of the reliability of our advertising. TERMS IF DESIRED _ _—jyffiish y ton fa —• 1519 Third Avenue Wholesalers—Manufacturers—Retailers THE SEATTLE STAR NOMINATED —Fhoio by Wftm* Alt**. M ltrl«1s Htudio. Miss Julia Elmcndnrf, who played the role of "L'nder ttaruling" i» "The Wayfarer," ha* been nominated to par ticipate in the popularity eon teat conducted by S'ile Tem ple. The winner of the $2,850 automobile pri;e will be an nounced at the Shrine circus, October J9. State Educators Convene Wednesday The SBth nnounl convention of the Washington K'lu<atlonnl association will convene in iieilingtiam Wednes day for a three-day senelon. Voen- Uonal education, state resource* and lh» (rowing friendship amen* Rnn- Ilsb speaking nations will be discus* ed during the meetings. Inquire Into Fire but Arrest No One After Investigating the destruction by fire of the home of Frank Savage nonunion miner, in Issaquah Hundiy night, no arreata were made by Dep uty Sherlff Herbert Beebe and Deputy Prosecutor E. I. Jones. Further In vestigation will b« made. GOWEN PARK BUS PLAN IS KILLED Ordinance Fails by One Vote to Pass Over Veto Attempta to provide the Cowen Turk dlatrtct with municipal motor bua »erv|re wnr» killed Monday when the ordlunod appropriating i.'0.000 to purchwo bttaea fulled by one vol* The ordinance received five votes, nn« lea* than the nuinlu r r«|lllrM) to |.ana 11 ovar Mayor OaldweU'a veto. Counrllmen Carroll, Ttnda.ll, Moore, KrU-.kaon and lloaketh voted for the bill, and Councilman MUiithM, Drake, Thomaon and Cohan voted imalnat It. Thuraday mom Ins tha council utllt tlaa committee will hava before It a petition of f. M I'etereoo fur per inlaalon to aerve tha Cowan I'ark dia trirt wllh a float of 10 Jltneya. run nine on a 10 rent f'tra, t per cent of tha groaa receipt* to ba pAJd to the I city. I'etereon'a appllrntlon ehould rome before tha council for final action ne*t Monday. "Gets-It" Tickles Corns to Death lint fttepa All Pala—Tkea reel* •he I'mrm Off Don't try fn f<>* trot on corn tor tured feet, Oct rid "f your corna. If Make Theae y»U have never »ee» a corn tickled t« d<-ath Juet apply a few drnpa of ; •Oet»-lt" to youre. Then watch that ] corn tile—peacefully a a If It bad (<ne j In al'rp Hmtn It I* nothinr but a lon»» piece of deed ekln that you' • an lift rlahl off with your fingera t>t after tbem ni w Your drua glat ha» "Oete-It." i*o«tn but a trifle —or n"thin* at all If It falle Manu factured hy K Lawrence A Ctx, rhl rag". Hold la tteattle by tbe Owl Drue Co. Mother, bring home aotrie of Boldt'a Milk Rre«4l—AdvertlaemeDt. SAGE TEA TURNS CRAY HAIR DARK It'a GraaJmattifi's rw Ipe to brine rotor. lustre and yniithfulnrv-s to hair when f»d.-d, atreakrd •r »ray. That beautiful. Iren shade of dark, ilowy hair can only be had by brewing a mixture of Rnge Tea ant flulphur. Your hair I* your charm. It mjike* or mars the face When It fsdca, turn* rray or streaked, Just an appllcatfon or two of Hage and Hulphur enhancca lln appeur*nes a hundredfold. Don't bother to prepare the mix ture. you can get this famous old recipe Improved by the addition of other Ingredirnts at a sm ill coat, all rendy for use. It la railed Wyeth'a Rage and Hulphur Compound. ThU run ulwaya be depended upon to bring bfu-k the natural oolor and lustra of your hair. Kerry body use* "Wyeth'a" flage and Hulphur Compound now because It darkens an naturally and evenly that nobody can tell It haa been ap plied. You simply dampen aaponrte or soft brush with It and draw this through the hair, taking one small strand at a time; by morning the grny hair has disappeared, and after nnother application It becomes beau tifully dark and appears glossy and lustrous. —Advertisement. If BACK HURTS BEGIN I SALTS Flusfi the Kidneys at once when Backachy or Blad der bothers Meat forms uric acid No man or wotrtun who rat* meat regularly can maka a mistake by flushing tha kidneys occasionally, Mtya a well known authority. Mrat forma uric acid which clogs tha kid ney pores so they sluggishly filter or (train only part of tha waste and poisons from the blood, then you get Hick. Nearly all rheumatism, licadachea. liver trouble, nervous ness, constipation, dlulneas, sleep lessness, bladder disorders com« from sluggish kidneys. The moment you feel a dull ache In the kidneys or your hack hurts, or If the urine Is cloudy, offensive, full of sediment. Irregular of pass age or attended by a sensitlon of scalding, get about four ounces of Jad Halts from any reliable phar macy and take a Ulilrrpoonful In a glass of water before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will (hen act fine. Thin famous salts Is made from the acid of grapes and lemon Juice, combined with lithla and has been used for generations to flurh clogged kidneys and stlm ulate thrm to activity, also to neu tralize the acids in urine so It no longer causes Irritation, thus end ing bladder disorders. Jad Salts Is Inexpensive and can not Injure; makes a delightful effer vescent lithlawater drink which all rrgul'ir meat eaters should take now and then to keep the kidneys clean and the blood pure, thereby avoid- Ing serious kidney complications.— | Advertisement. SECOND AVENUE AND UNIVERSITY STREET A Complete Sample Line of ®o® Fairs HiglvGradl® Falkirk GW«s Beautiful Novelties of Regular $.1.50 and $3.50 Qualities Sale <s>ll /S(g a Price ojp) Ji o vQJQJ Pair 25 different styles of of eon. «uky. .u#de like f„bri« All the desired colore— i i_i i /-i with ullk embroidered b'icl"— hijfh - grade C»rcwcn many have fancy rhanye nnvy, g Uy , cfi<impa(TD*, gloves wri st length pocket* in tha cuffij and beau* moue, brown, be&ver, his* with fnnrv ruffs 12- tlfut pearl buckle*, contracting Cllit, black, white, COVPrt. button iSrth and 16- button length. ming touches. not BlZts Jn eac h ntyle, —rtrat floor Most Extraordinary Value»—Every Pair a Noveltyl See the Avenue Window Display Special Price Basement IU The primary purpose of the Special Price Basement is to serve the public with good, S serviceable merchandise in the current ff f * styles, at substantially less. The item below ff I \ is only an indication of the many savings Jy \i—\ possible in the Special Price Basement. I 1 Exceptional Values—Just Received 'L at $17.50 With many new and different style feat npte ures—elaborately trimmed skirts, finished with beading, silk and yarn embroidery and rows of cire braid. A wide variety of / mn styles, in sizes 16 to 42. ~7A" Hi l I TRICOTINE—VELVET fj l\ SERGE—SATIN 17 REMARKABLY LOW PRICED AT 117.50 7-Cent Carfare Urged in Spokane BTOKANK. Oct. J3.—The r 1.1,1b ll»hmrnt of a "cent itrw( car far® wim rifommfitjfd by a Klwanl* dub (OOimlltr* here Monday. The com mittoe suggested that the two cur No More Gas in Stomach&Bowels If you wish to be permanently re listed of gas In lh» ttomarh and bowels. lake Daalmann s Ciaa-Tab lete \ l«aalmann's Gas-Tablets are pre pared dlatlnrtly and especially for stomach gaa. and particularly for all the had effects cowing from |ti pressure. That empty. gone and rnawlni feeling at the pit of your atoraaeh will disappear: that a#xlou»and ner- ; voile feeling with heart palpitation < will vanish. and you will on. e mure be able to take a deep breath. so often prevented by gas preaalog against your heart and lungs. Your limbs, artna and finger* won't feel cold and go to sleep, cause liaalmann's Gas-Tablets pre vmi gas Interfering with the circu lation; intense drowsiness and sleepy feeling after dinner will anon be re placed by a dealre for some form of entertainment. Your distended atom- - s< h will reduee hy inches because gas will not form after uaing liaal- | mann'i <las-Tableta. Get the Genuine In the Tellow Pa< ksge from any reliable drusglat nr i lie Uartall Drug Co.—Advertise ment. SIRE WAY TO OET 111 OF BUCKHEMS There la one almple. aafa and *ure way that never fall* to fret rid of blaokhcada, and that la to dltaolve them. T«» do thla *et two ounrea of calo nlte powder from any drug atoro-- aprlnkle a little on a hot. wet *pon£c » rub over th* blackheada brtaUi wunh the parta, and you will he »ur- : pri*<*d how the bla< kheada have dia- j appeared. niif hlarkheada. little 1 bmrkheada, no matter where they | are, dimply dtaaolve and dlpapp<*ar. ' leaving the parta without any mark ! whatever, ltlar kh«*ada are almply a | itxtura of dual and <l»rt and a«-< ri - tlona from the body that form b thi por. a of the akin —pinching and i aqueeslnir only cauae Irritation. | make largre poraa. and do not get th*»m out after they become hard. The calonlte powder and the water almply dlaaotr* t' Mn> 1.1,- - . they waah right out. leaving the pnr»*a fre* and clean and In their natural rendition. Anybody troubled v thene unaightty hlemlahes ' ahould certaln.'y try thla aunpU method.—Advertisement. An Uolag NuuM ban. Whan roar blood Is starving far traa. no or* aar» tonics or •ttraalanta can vat , right Starving Mood sal fcaoa troc tli-iamsmiUrrlßs Mart mw food. But W sura tu kn yva take b orgaale Iron and ast motaMo Iron whloh poop I* maallr taka. Motai- U« Iron b Iron jart as It oaaita trmm tho aoUonofatroagacldon small ploots of M and Is tharofora antlral* dWrr»at f rom organic iron OrganU tmn b Ilka tha Iron la your blood and ilka tho My bo bad from roar drug gbtandor thonsnoof Naxatadlrva. Bo waraofsub- 1 ■ «y itmu b» ronmolldttted. and that motor bu»« If eliminated. Police Record Laid to "Wet" Organizer Frederick Park, alleged antiprohi bltion swindler, has a long police ■ Distant fields grant I always tka greenest no* 1 la reign products the beat D Mr. h Uta^UMim GOOD NEWS! I Cheer up! Relax that I half-Nelson on your purse I —and grin! Heat wont I cost you nearly as much I this year as last if you buy I BELLINGHAM COAL. I Thousands of household- I ers tried it, liked it and are I now all prepared for any ■ kind of weather. Join this I thrifty throng! Get more I heat for less. I If your dealer cant sup- I Ply you promptly, we will | see that you get it! I BELUNOHAM COAL MINES ■ rhon. Elliott 1*43 Seaboard Bldg., Seattls I BEunraUM COAL I "HOBS HEAT PER DOLLAR" Tuesday, orror.Kn 2r> iw record. ft was learned Tuesday. Parks waji arrrsted Saturday algkt. charged with g't'ini? Seattle men t« pay for the privilege of signing a ft tl!lon to repeal the booze taw. Peril, says Detective D. J. McLennon, was arretted In Tort land and Sail Fran cisco as a bod check artist last fear. I g. i"rj foo, Si" E*®" filß ««t I, '•? n