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The Seattle star. (Seattle, Wash.) 1899-1947, January 11, 1922, Image 7

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12-Story Structure to Rise
Where East Half of New
York Block Stands
Cklling for the wrecking of the
»ul half of th« New York block.
Third ave and Cherry at.. and tha
construction of a new 13 dory Mruc
lure. .» building permit wan Issued
Tuesday to the l»e\ter Morton estata
for the erection of a million dollar
Office building.
Construction of Seattle'* newest
office building will mark the begin*
mng of an era of building here utv
•siualed since the boom daya of t»0».
•coordlß* to archltecta and real e>
tate expert*.
The new Dtructure w|tl replace the
e«u«t half of the New York block As
K»n aa the unit la completed the
tenants of the present building will
be accommodated tn the new edifice
The Second av*. half of the block
will then be raised and a UMmy
structure erected In Ita place
Iwxiunce of the permit la etperted
to be followed by Important building
permit# to the Metropolitan Itulldlng
fo. for new office construction on
the university tract.
Johnson Is Pleased
at His Appointment
|T»«iun Albert Johnaon la oatur
ally gratified at hi* i ppolntment at
Will of Smithwmlan Inatltuto In
pta.-e of «*• late K. J. Kl«»->n of on.
fomla. particularly aa Johnam'i
father waa a noted Helen tlat an<l In
mntor of Springfield. 111,. wher» ha
practiced law for many v*»". al ana
time twine a partner of Horndon.
who yean I-of ore had (fen tho mw
partner of Abraham Uncoln.
Prepare to Raise
Cash for Memorial
Preliminary plana for • campaiiro
to raiae t:JO.OO« for a memorial to
bo erected la Central la In honor of
the Artntatico day miaaacr* victim*
wore outlined at a meeting Tuesday
in (ho Douglas building Krank C.
Jackaon. former Xtate senator. la In
chariro of tho campaign. which prob
ably win bo held February It to IS.
Counterfeiter Gets
Off With 10 Months
Provtoua good record won a light
•ontenro for Nick Stone, charKed
with makinir and paaalng ipurtou*
dollar* and half dollar*, in federal
court Tuesday. Ho wa* aentenced
lo aorvo 10 montha In tho county
Jail by Judge K. E. Cunhman.
1922 Record of
Pedestrians Hit
hv Automobiles
O O -Win Mali Wick*. arhoolboy.
HV ISM BttaßoM plan, wa* a«-
»w«ljr Injured Monday nlirht wlirn
•truck by Thotnaa 3. GUI. Rita
Hotel, at 14th are. N. K and K 4ilii
Ray Bohenwn. 10* W 79th it
received cut* <>n knee and
fare when »truck at Weatern ava,
and Virginia *t. Saturday, by an un
known driver who fled.
ft|J- An unknown woman waa
MU brutaed when *fle *tepped
from a »!reet car at Rainier ava.
and Atlantic at. by R. W. Jacobnon.
1113 Ferdinand at. Saturday.
Ag-fl r. Steven*. 4721 »»th a»*.
mO wa* unhurt when a ear drtv
vn by W. r.. Nicho!*. 115 N «4th at
•truck him at !'refont*ina place and
Waahlngton at Sunday.
—A Jap boy. crowjdn* Jackaon
w / at. at »th ave. waa knocked
down and brui»ed Sunday by J. K
Rut>r hotel, who aaid the
lad waa unhurt.
OQ —AQ Two men, both Into*
mO Icated. at ax(r r«d
•croaa Jame* at. at 2nd ave, Hatur
day night, and were struck by 11-
BetTyhill, Sheldon hotel. They were
O/V-lona Keller, S7l* 40th ave. S.
*JU wax oeverelv Injured at Rai
nier ave. and Atlantic at. Sunday, by
an unknown driver.
O —O. K V>h»r, Turned hotel
O X waa *tr . Hi " v *- and
We»t lake ave. by S. L. Maicley of
Boulevard I'ark. He wa* cut and
brulaed on face and limb*,
on . Hoam, 2441 w. «i*t at.
Om waa killed Saturday by an
an auto driven by <J Anderson, tele
Kraph operator, at 21th ava. N. W.
and W. s»lh *t.
• • •
A Year Ago Today
JD 4-Phyllis Conatantlne, 2502
•Ul 33rd ave S., wa* brulaed
when struck at 4th ave. and I'lke *t.
OJ" I'. J. Sander, 210 N. 4*th at.
•30 rej>ort"«l he had hit an nn
Identified woman at Flrat ave. and
Stewart *t She wa* unhurt.
O/J —An unidentified man waa
«30 *truck at 3rd ave and Jeffi r
ton *t by W. H. Horner, 2347 Broad
way N. He waa brulaed.
Q —An unidentified m»n w.-ia
<3 / atruck at 4th ave and tTnlon
at. hy K. IL Fairbanks, but waa un
OQ —A. Harrlwm, atruck at Fre-
OO mont ave. and Kwing *t. by
(}. S. Cooper. 2223 13th ave. 8. waa
aeverely brulaed.
Q Q It J. Biirtel waa brulned
<3 J when knocked down at &th
ave. N. K. and Ixtnjfwood I*l. by J.
M( N'arnara
ACi ~ fituart Pt* Sunnydale,
wa* *«•rlously hurt when hit
of Wood lawn ave. and Maplf leaf I*l.
0h S' hwnld
A* - I Andaraon, lfl2< 7th ave ,
wm Ktruik down at Marrl*on
et. and Broad at. by Frank Watnon,
2.10 VV. 81au, but unhurt.
X O J. A. Tobln. 702 24th ave., wa*
■ rt • ••• n Ktruck at
Broadway and MadJuon *t by an
fcuto that failed to atop.
"I'm a Crank" Says Actress
Pathway to Success Thorny
Lydia Barry. She is appearing on thr bill at the Moore
this week in a delightful little comedy skit.
t.vdla Barry admlta she I* a crank,
but It la cranklneaa that haa brought
her to tho top run* of the vaudeville
ladder, ahe aaya
"I'ooplo call It cranklnea*." *aya
Mlaa Harry, who la at tho Moore thl*
week, "when you Inalat on every
thing connected with your act being
aa nearly perfect aa you can have
It; that your diamond" I* real, that
your (owna bo tho boat obtainable
and t hat tho platol la *h. t f>ff at tbo
exact second that your Una a call for.
If you uao a platol.
~\Va are all earning our bread and
butter and a vaudeville audience
won't pay year after year to aoo
what might tie called 'sloppy work.'
Complete Housefurnishers
Interior Decorators
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The Same, Good
At a New, Lower Price:
(Water Coil, $3.00)
XTOW it is much easier to secure the Range
which has such an enviable record for
economy of operation and good-baking qual
ities. The new price is effective until further
"8 Minuteh to Baking I feat"
"15 Minutes: Hot Water for the Hath"
More Than 30,000 Satisfied Ohio Users in
Seattle and Vicinity
Soiled fur on a ssr.s gown often cut*
applauae (A proondu,
"While then may not he a royal
rood lo atage aureru, there la a aura
one, and that la the road of cranks
neaa that lea da by ronrtant atrlvlng
lo the will o' the wl»p City ot Per
fection. The pathway may be thorny
but It ha* Ita ro«ca Thoao who are
Inclined to bo cvroleaa over dotal la
may not like taking thta road. but.
In the lons run. they alan will detiva
heneflta from your aeemlng grou-hl
neaa "
MM Ilarrr rarrlee apodal row
turn*-* for afternoon and evening. a
half down e*tr» cluaka and ll(btln(
• ffrcta ao aa not to claah with pre
reding Beta.
Improvements Urged
by Co. Health Officer
Improvrmrnl of health condition*
I north of thr »it j wan l»y
J»r. J. T Hpiirllnt, county health
offl« % « r, nt ■ iin't ilng nt OrrrnwiMKl
nvf nn«l N. iftth nt. Tikwljiv night.
! »rnln ige in the dlMtriot In (Irolur< <1
t.y l>r Hpnrllnc to in-ffl.leiit, nn<l
lir umwl that rrnl.l. nu l.r fnllipellMl
A Thursday Feature in The Downstairs Store: Tub Frocks for Schoolgirls
1,200 Organdie and Voile Frocks, Special $1.30
_ /"*LEVER combinations
/ v . O* 1 /y f? of plain and plaid * in *" rf-n
li I •*T7v/ hams, trimmings of rick tfw ,
rack braid, picot edging,
'A W r VA y pipings, rufflings, bits of
j ) rpHE Dresses are in /(&$) £Z*
h ll s frilly, youthful Dresses for girls just a bit
pjlli In styles, as suggested in i (/ more attractive than ordi- jh /i
i \ the sketches, especial- naniy.
XnTrirXK ly favoring wide sash- . J he setd5 etd ? is lyp J ca l ? BkJ*
JL\ . ~ • • ,) ' i .1 v-*vT the good values and stylo J / I
es ' rufflinprs Urgferj offered and thcre ;irp sev _ 1 \ HSTV
/TBf 5 i laces as tinn- '1 Wr- ' era ' other models equally \i vl
1 QMr minps. K ood. Sizes 7to 12 years, A »
/.' •• \ '\l \ _ _ .. _ (v \/\ • (ve.! priced low at $1.30.
Wk I The Organdie Dresses I V r--.)a> lit* i-iUt* —tmi. downhtajjuj sron®
, , .re in plain color- &W(T\
'li £- J U offering UFit, \ ,f'u J ,
3m. 1,500 Yards oi
J6P7 SaJKTJS! MflS Drapery Cretonne
ings - special 25c
•? Pf, '• The Voile Dre.te. are *] A ECIA ,V P , URC J ,A ? E '" M " «to ° ffer
L* J< 3 c j u i \ ! 1 **■ these attractive Cretonnes in floral and con
!S*i - , "Jk ln f'gurea patterns, I ventional designs, at this very low price. Many
a» d»l with Pink, Red, • I pleasing colorings on backgrounds of Cream, Tan,
fCff-tv-|4 Blue or Black pre- 1 Blue and Black; 36 inches wide. Special at 25f
T1 y v size. 16 to 44. fa \ 80 Axminster Rugs
}j ,l^! Cial, ThUrSday * W Special $2.75 Each . I
—tub DowwrrAins BTona Tanii, Blues and mixed colorings in Axminster
Rugs, size 27x54, are to be sold Thursday, special
Attractively-Low Prices
on Desirable Silks Clearance Prices on
HEAVY NAVY CHARMEUSE. 40-inch width, es- price for these! 5J nr • .«*. n .
pecially adapted to street wear, $1.30 yard. Footed Sher-N. '/ \y OlTICri S WllltGr SlllrC
SOFT LUSTROUS MESSAUNE, 3« meh« wide, **<*■ « . fv
in Navy. Brown. Henna. Burnt Orange, Tan, ♦.l^' iii\\ J/ LOdtS. L/F6SS6S
Gray. Rose. Jade, Flesh. Nile, Tunjuoise. Apricot. '• ' j" n ' WOMFKS WTNTFR rnAT<?
Old Rose, Tangerine. Peacock Blue, Black and . WOMEN S WINTER COATS
White. Priced $1.35 yard. vse '^ t . 513.85, $15.00, $21.35, $24.35 and s3l^s.
MEDIUM WTEIGHT CHARMEUSE. 36-inch width. -tih. uliw.wrwiia'sTOßß WOMEN'S WINTER SUITS
in Coral, Rose, Pansv, Mai7.«\ Jade, IVkm I'.lue, $9.75, $14.75, $21.75.
Plum. Dark Brown and Navy. Very good value WOMEN'S SILK AND CLOTH DRESSES
at $1.65 yard. C ups and Saucers $6.45, $9.85, $15.00, $24.35.
CHANGEABLE SATIN, 35 inches wide, much In Sj)C _ S(t 0 f -tue downstairs storb
demand for evening wear; shown in Cerise and *'• 1 HSr V.• J
Gold, Cerise and Silver, and Emerald and Gold;
TAFFETA SILKS, 35-inch width, in soft chiffon 200 CoVCfc*!! ApfOFlS
quality. Colors include: Navy, Black, Dark and At Cn«
Light Brown, Mohawk, Tan, Gray, Yellow, Tan- OV/C £ ' ac ' l
gerine. Silver and a few light changeable combi- -.r.,™,. .. .. . .
nations. Exceptionally low-priced at $1.«5 yard. Q EV J R AL attractive styles one a, A
of two <j«vlne it indicated in the sketch, to select CT^L.
CREPE DE CHINE, 40-mch width, in Flesh, Ivory, f niUnv'pr from. All are well-made of plaid and
Jade, Turquoise, French Blue, Seal Brown. Navy phoenix nattern in hlup checked Ginghams and figured Per- *-r \
and Blark. Very good value at $1.05 yard. white*'the other plain cales. in sash and belted styles, with
FOULARD SILKS, 40-inch width, in a variety of white china. trimmings of plain color, or pipings, or >
light and dark colors, low-priced at $1.85 yard. Special, the set of six r '°k rack braid. Exceptionally low- vSs2K%*v^
PRINTED SATINS, 36-inch width; an inexpensive 95«\ ' priced at 50^.—THE DOWNSTAIRS STORE j
lining of silk and cotton mixture; $1.15 yard. —the downstairs store I I
SHIRTING SILKS, 32 inches wide, in pleasing i /
CANTON*^EPE^' In Navy and 180 V«CU»m Bottles Broken Lines of
Black, at $1.05 yard. _ T „ K downstair* stoue sl^Women's LOW ShoeS
TjOTTLhS in 1 '4 -pint
-D slzp . with black metal Rcduccd i 054.95 Pair
"] exterior—come apart for K&irgjag
Irtifiolarl Qtnfinnai-ir PJltS . v cleaning. Excellent TUST 150 pairs in the lot, of Brown
lniliaiea Ijlauoncry value at $l.OO. J Calf and Kidskin Pumps and Ox-
Snccial KC\n Cabinet 48 quart-size Bottles, in the fords, with Cuban heels and welt
apcciai d\JC < ciDtnd g above soles, reduced to $4.95 pair. Iffk
are 210 of these large hinge-cover worb \P
Cabinets containing good linen-finish Sta- w
tionery, as follows:
24 sheets of paper, dye-stamped with gold initial. Women's Band-finish Short Lengths of
12 gold-edge correspondence cards, dye-stamped 11 • c..:* _ ... _ _
with gold initial. Union Suits Inrlian
36 envelopes. Special $l.OO DO-incn inuian neaa
Special, 50< box. -THE DOWNSTAIRS STORE QrnTABLE for ye.r -round Svccial 9Or* Yard
wear are the*« Union Kultj « uvL
U n'.rk" n 'pHIS sen'iccable, good-laundering White Cotton is
1 T I"» 1 wl,h " ,llorr<l baßd X especially favored for middies, nurses' uniforms,
I Jtllltv 8ll0)< 4H • 42 * n<l ,<4 * women's and children's dresses. Special 20< yard.
U Ulliy LiaOJVCia Bl ,«. cln | ft.oo. -thk downbtaim stork
Special 65c Lach
TTANDLED baskets, wide 88 Bust Forms Striped Mercerized Organdies
n and deep, as shown in the $2.50 S VCCiaI 1 Kr Yard
sketch, suitable for wood, maga- _ optciai 1 ara
rlSl . , r T inirr-WEIOHT papier marhe
Wm i /fcjy/f zinc,H an<l wlLS^e- paper, and (or \j uu.t i*..rm«. covered with y erv effective Curtains for cottage and bedroom
T* ( 1 ''iM i URe ftS work baskets. In dark- ~l' "k -'eraey iimh for aatiafao- , made of these Strined Mercerized Onran-
V.L •.! ; ft!®/ , r . . , ~ . , tory | Innlns Sl«. h 30-to 44. Low- , l)e uuh V p« if® 0 * utlxerLleu gilll
brown finish. Special priced at f».50. dies —36-inch width, special 15* yard.
Educator Talks to
Municipal League
rio|»l*« *hnul<t wttidy int«'»'national
Iran dm Mini forolirn rotation*, I>r
Ollvrr A. IllrhnnUon of the I'nl*
%en»ltjr of w»*hlnirtnn told fnemlMim
of the Municipal kumie Tu**»lay.
to Inwfmll nvpflc tank* until m
■yptem In put In.
Mabel Collins, 56,
Rich Negress, Dies
Mubel ('oil I no, f»6. well known plo
nker riejrre»H In He*ttie, dle#l Tuen<Uy
In a h«»«pltAl In thm rlty. Mr*. Cot
lln« wtut reputed to he one of Urn
wealthiest nfgrinea in the city. At
tin* time of her de«th *hf wtm living
In * hotifte nt 210 TenUi H..
which ehe owned.
Postal Savings in
Seattle Increase
Po*tnl MivlriirN In Hen Ml* jx>»it
Afflcai hnvf n»nrlv doubled In the
hint y«*r areordlrm in ponUl r»ffl
flali, fin Janiiiiry I, 1122. wtui
11.Q54.467 on In <1,21* a*'
rounU, wl»h 11,391.606 on
deposit In 2,444 irz-ouriti January 1,
File Flood Claims
With City Council
Damage claim# *K*rfKntWK ft,t2f
w«rt fll«yi Tuwlty with th* dty
round! by 17 r«-«ul*nta of lUiril'T
Valley who all**'*! that t«4lf ©ot»-
»trurf*#l rulvrrfji bio* l(«f natural
drain**** Into f*ak* dttf*
InK th* flood*.

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