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JANUARY SALE! —we cannot emphasize too strongly the fact that the merchan dise offered in this JANUARY SALK is selected from our regular stock. Discounts range from 10% to 33 1-3%, except on a few price restricted lines —and you know "Your I redit Is Good!" —full nize S-hole range f 11 jsfii A PHENOMENAL RANGE VALUE! SPECIAL EMPRESS * (I & RANGE —regular price $102.50 blue or grey enamel SAME STYLE, PLAIN FINISH *s9*° | —YOUR range opportunity. For quick selling during this JANUARY SALE we have put the price down —WAY DOWN! Only a few in this lot so we say: Come early, bring only ss—,5 —, pay the balance in small weekly payments. exactly as pictured; robin's egg blue or grey panels and splasher back; beautifully nickel trimmed; 16x18 in. ovens; 6 8-inch lids; concealed pipe; Armco rust-proof steel; regular price $102.50; special at $79.50; same style, plain finish, nickel trimmed, $59.50. > ljst Tor* with nrn nticr r 1 HOMES KOR BENT RK.VTA I. DKI'AKT Mt VT M- StandarMMnnitnieCa S / 'MTAtUSMIO- wKMHKr • V ' ' OEATTLt „ TACONWK.- okoho ATpiMt Jitneys Apparently Planning New Move Ju.*t whs' mnr» the Jitney Inter**** are Intending: to make Tu'Kday was unknown, following the am*t of C. C. Blll.t, It. Jitney operator, at Third «ve. and Union at., Monday night, by J. P. Worden. Inspector of weight* and m»(wur«. Worden d« !ar*d he waa called on the phone hy A. 1,, riataa. of the Mound Transit Co.. and Informed that DR. H. T. HARVEY (Exl*re*idmt Michigan Stal* Board Dental Examiner*) Dental Surgeon Diagnostician Pyorrhea Specialist X-llay Ilaboratory Higbeit Order of iUaloraUoa Work Don* Examination and Katimata rm 50412 Eitel Building UKCOND AND I'IKK BKATTI.B th» Jltn»ys were Intending to Miimn th»lr runii, and that a "Jitney wan walling to b» arreted. Worden accepted the challenge and arrf«t«xl Hlltn. llfMarkn l*r«w Mtgftt r»M> !.«I'.rtOM'* Qt'ININK Tablet* r«lle»« th*' tf« adache by curing the i*'»ld A tonic lamtlve and prm de «trnyof. Th#* genuine b« ar* the ni|- natur* of V, W 'irov I I'.e mire > i get HHOMO.) 20i- -Advertisement. LEONARD EAR OIL RELIEVES DEAFNE&S and STOPS HEAD NOISES "Rub it in Back of the Riri" (bir.rrr Put in Earn) Ifixrt hi No**lriU U grmttlr rrlirtrd hf • almplr irminiMif with l.4N>tiMrt! Far Oil. ml tualrii* -tiofia by a not*d I -ar for rtlffMwl kirwla nf Itrmtnrmm and llmml Nutofii (nnlfifiMl In mrh I'm Imite l emi »nl F.Mr (HI In nwf an pi|Khmriit, Imt hum htul m mat renmtul nalr *lm« IfC "1«h» oaiinot afford (a hr deaf " TMV THIS O|I M It Him. hHprtff IhiHiNintU <»f |»*r»|4r. Why ant j«i? for «*l# by l»artr*l| I»ra* (»., M»»l I'liirmiM ), I4o| K. M»illmni *♦~ <rlft'« l>rn| I a.. tr»d A»n. and I'llia Hi.. Itutlrr'a Char ni arf, ;nd and |l«««4 li I'harmurr, ««0I :t?nd A%«. N, H , and ohrr druf|i«l(. THI rwf rfriiiiiM hr run |N || f«>r yrwi frarn hla a kalraator. Mmrt|»Ut«i fir* (liar «#nl rrwjnmt A. O. l.f.oN*itf>. IJfC. 70 I If 111 *«r.. Nf* » ark « My. Plea of Not Guilty Entered by Brazer O«onf R. liruf pi««ui~i not , guilty lo charg»«i of grand larram »h»n arraigned Ttienlay IWnr» Pr» i«l'lln* Huperlor Judg» Riwrtt Fmllh I'.rowr la alleged to have convened |to hla own um> certain fund* of th" Metropolitan rlub, of which ha wn* an official. ACHES AND PAINS SLOAN'S GETS 'EM! AVOID th« miaery of racking pain. SJoan'* get* right dowr to the aching *pot and relieve* yntir pain and you wonder why you did not use Sloan'* firm. Have a bottle of Sloan'* Liniment handy apply when you hnt (eel paia. l."*e freely and dm'l rub, *t it pmrlmUt and you will be aurprfee'l | to find how quirkly it t*un the pain 1 and »enda a filing of warnitb through l the aching part. fine, too, for rheumatiim. neuralgia. , • aciatira, *pr.tin*, aihes, pain*, over- | worked mu* le*, lame back, for forty year* Sloan'* ha* been the I ftand-by a* • liniment in thouaandaof fannlie*. Ask your neighbor. At all druggiata —35c, 70c, 91.40, Sloans Liniment Q 1\ Q#«r Ytir Cm»l«vlmnf »obp>m. II ,MM an*l fttliar facial diaflgar*n»#nt ■ I'M frWr r>r i Kmmm Olat- I I mmil <.ood fur M-nmi, lu-tunff akin. ■ I and nthm •kin trmiblaa Oua •( l>r. |+ , liohaott ■ fi' -i'r H*madiaa. ft l DrHobson's J l flrarmaOinlimmt ill THE SEATTLE STAR Cpa&na Do "Pettinq Parties" Pay? "NO," Answers a Flap per—"Merely an Expression oj Romantic Youth,'' Answers a fiaehrfor—What Do You Think't Should a young man, who, thru his mother's careful train am ami hi* own strength of character, ha* retained the fme tilt at* and rr*pect for all women he lias for hi* mother, break hi* engagement to a girl who indulge* m "petting parties" f Such i* the dilemma of "Hal," whose letter wax published in these column* Monday. Header* are coining to his rescue, real lire young men anil women who cyi experiencing thj ramc sort of thing "Hal" complains of —and there are letters from older one*, too -bachelors anil married men and women, rich in the experience of the years behind them, hollowing are *ome of the letter*: Daar Miss Grey: I want to Hay to "Hal." and more par ticularly to his fiancee, if 1 could but reach her, that "|>ettiiig part ion" do not pay. I know I am not the girl my mother would like me to be, but I know right from wrong, and I try to do-my boat. Mother would have me something like a "prunes and prisms" person. Hut—l'm not! The young man 1 was engaged to isn't so very good-looking, but of a nice family, and just enough money, lie is in school, and so am I. We had been going together a good deal, having our tips and downs, but always returning to each other afU*r "cases." Of ooura*. I"ra klae'd And ra member. I'm not bragging about IL I'va klaaad ao nutny boya I wuoldn't dura to count Uiam. IlUt now. oh. how I wl«h I'd aavad my lip* for tha ona man! Out wbat Ctrl down* Wall, ha rwme boma for Chrtatm»« and aUrtrd In for hawvy petting parly." Put aomaherw. I had changed. I'D tlrad of Iha alllineaa. (to f told him ilff aabl I didn't car* for hltn. And i vbowed him ho didn't <*ra for me or h* wouldn't ni»rt ma to make atteb a fool of m>aelf. Mora hojra cam* boma for tha hoM d«ya After an evening whm a tot of ua had bean together, on« boy len landed • klaa. 1 rafuaed and nallxd my particular frland In •tend of helping m«\ ha held ma and demanded the klaa for hlmaelf. I gave him bark hi* fraternity pin. he gava ma my ring. With hardly a word. w« parted tin haa gone ba> k to college lo forget ma IXml Imagine I'm atttlng at home looking at hla plctura' I'm only get ting a Utile wilder. out every eve -1 olng. but all the fun U pretooaa and mockery. I uaed to beßeva hi writ kind of l<M lava, too; but I have learned <ba) moot boy* take a gl/l'a Iwva quite ■onto other way. I'd gtv# the world to he able to bate him Hut I ran'l lie haa lota of guod point*. I*va luid <w»iy the bad one*. I'm only the mtlrrn flapper but evan tha flappar haa unau*pe.-ta«l ll<-r wiadoni and her eo phLdleutlon do not help bey. Il*r walla ara an nart Imitation of the heart break of her VlriortaJl aunt* who w era not Initiated Into tha •» rreta of maa<-ulina emotion*, Inten # y*' " v / ■ JM - 1 ■ NY CYNTHIA GRKY Mlaa Gray will reealva nailer* In har office Monday, Wediieaday and Krlday from 1 to 1 p m. and on Tuaaday and Thoraday from II a. m to 12 m aat-h »wk. plaaaa do not noma at otbar lima* aa It eartoualy tnlarfaraa wllb bar writ Ing. tlon* and protonatotuk If "Mal'»" girl knrw the eventual ou i <*n' of ih« "pmmlw uoM klm" eha would atlrk to her man Ilk* Blue and glory to h»r find JI'HT A KUArTKR. • • • Ilarhrlor Takra Opporit* View Paar Uln Orey>— I hava Jul «**<> the Bil, Hd atory of "Hal" *r>d 111" bwutlful *!»1 h« wu or aUll U, I bop*. engaged to. ##li ft® V/JJv mii> s 'Tape's Cold Compound" Break* Any Cold in a Few Hooni Inetant relief.' Don! atay atuff»d atop* noe* running; retterea h*«d up' yult blowing and muffling' A •»««»*•■. fever lahnea* ana*. d'..e of Tape. Coll Oomp-und" »ak CMA Cnmrmunt ,' „m. en every two houre until tl>r»e do*** quickest, gvrwt relief known, and are taken ueually breaaa any cold n»l< only a few cen'a at drug rtoraa right up. Ift acta without aaatetanoe. Taatee The flrat d"«e open* clogged np nice remain* no qulnina. InaiM noatrlla and air paaaagwa af haad. . upon Pape'a.—Advertiaeniant. HONEST CLOTHES AT HONEST PRICES Cqua 20 to J<IVC 30% On Men's and Young Men's CLOTHING During January Clearance the Following Prices Will Prevail on All Clothing, Including Serges: suits (SI9J, $2150 over- $29.50, $3350 coats ($3750, $4350 EVERY GARMENT AT A DECIDED SAVING TKOI'SEKS—AT THE SAME REDI CTIONS At Your Service JOHNSON -WILMOT 1123 Third Ave. Corner Seneca St. Formerly the John Lindh Co. FAB It disappears instantly 0 in water Kill Appropriation for Air Mail Uses WAHiIINOTON. -Inn. II —Tha Hmian appropriation- mmmlilM, In raportlng tha poatofflaa n pproprla* I lon bl|| today, atru«k mil all appro pi in lion* lor tha air mail aarvit-a. Tha bill carrlaa a tolal of H7SH.O, Ml. rnalmaalar Manaral Haya bail auk") for tha air mall. lifln* a horhalor I may rtprra an opinion on tin' auliji-i i of ktaaJng and love uiul piuwlon ami Ufa In vnrral «« related lo tha yciutlm of both •nirl Th» *trt. It aaema la young and f ill of lift anil ati*- *tnt* |oh» lovt-,J How terrible! How etiotklng that aha •hould be human. Iltat aha ahould h>ve lb# natural dainra* of youlh' Arm t moat girl* Ilka that? T»o they not dream of love, devotion and ro tiian«-a? And here la a girl trying In get a thrill In tha umpntij of a man who never tried lo klaa bar, who probably never even triad to put hla arma around her. To ma. ihla girl la a perfe«-ffy naf urml girl. Ilvlnir aa. h day. and enjoy. In* It. and *ha ouirtit to bo Ilia ona to break that engagement In caaa "Hal" iloean't. And now wa roma to fhla |arnmn of vlrtua, Ihla tturewaaful young man who la heart broken h«rmu*r ha waa ridiculed by tha irlrl ha thought ha loved. Ilrfora rrtullng hi* alory, I would haya aald 'Thera alnl no gurh animal." but wa haya hla word for It To thla yollh I would my: Waka apt Tlila la tha year of our Ix>rd 1»!1 and wa have r»«rorda of good girla bains klaaol for Itt! yeara and tli* human rwoa la atlll prog rating Hinrerely. OKK WHO HKMKVTSH Tti ItOMANCK. Mar readera who wlah to oh tain reliable reelpea for preparing a number of real ftpanlah diahea. Including Tortlllaa, PllUag. <Tarne ndobaria. Polio Glaagn. Khet*« Olnatdoa. Tamalea de Oalllna and RnctiltadM ma* obtain «u»ie by writing to tho Seattle Htar Waah Ington lltimM liSS Naw Tork am, Washington. D. C, and In r lofting two MDta IB a tarn pa for reply. N A I own) ■ Spend Another Penny for I I Clothing, Shoes, Furnishings B I and Hats B ■ ■ THE CHICAGO CLOTHING R ■ COMPANY Bought the B I SHAFER I I BROS.' I I STOCK I I At a Mere Fraction of Its I I Real Valne I B^B I Store Closed R B Making Ready for the B ■ GREATEST I I CLOTHING I I sale I B Ever Held in Seattle B 8 See Thursday Evening's and B B Friday Morning's Papers B I SALE STARTS I ■ FRIDAY, 9:30 A. M. ■ fl H's Worth Waiting For B I CHICAGO I I CLOTHING I 1 COMPANY I B 1400 First Ave., Cor. Onion B Goiters Removed MOMR TItKATMHNT-JIO MKDI( IKB ! O/.-MO will wmi'tf your goiter-dimply apply OZ-MO poulttc* .if. " tiullrr upon retiring. »nrt within tw f »ocis you W ||| notice voui H"llci dmsppenrtng \\ .■ remilt*. He«ttle rrf«r»nivii gladly given, Th'n method of rrtnovlnn goltera In mmple «nd harinlenw f>7 Mi) retail* m s3.o# per tin. Aek your diuggiat. and if ),• runnot supply you. e«ll \Ve*t IHO-J, i»n. h.ahk os-mo cm., nr. iKArruc. wahh. STAR WANT ADS BRING RESULTS WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 11. 1922.