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This Grave-Digger Is Singer of Songs! By Wanda ▼on Kettler Ho known mow ahout ir»»» 4ifln| Hum anybody rUo la ar*lU* Hr'a due pim far M r****- And It hsan | mada him rwc IM. nor imvmlnl hint Willi any ttnhapft* wthmk an llfo—or Mi lla's ronton! ami aajm !»• Ilin> Ills wflfV! He la Bd, Hla«Mv wh* t« ywars aunf «o t<akartaw casnatanr a* •Laglntautt «r»uk.T and graya-dligar, •nd who now la aaunon. die sin* tnmi In "rush hour*." HUT I'Kll MAR, MIT UOT l)> Kit IT "Tha ftrnt tlma I dug a frava." ways Hladina, "1 think I did faal a IttUa bit pat ullar. but I got ovar It. 1 fleurr tlka this: Llfa'a a p ratty good but to dia Isn't ao bad olthar Jso taason to gat this uotann; Ida*. "Whan I'm digging and thora «ln<\ I ganarallv think about othar taHilia -atMvit dirniar or potlttaa. or —ii thing lika that. But raal oftan trikii stray in and ask a lot of fool Mi question* about tha grsva and ilnol glva any rhanra for thinking Says Moorite Treatments Cured Sciatic Rheumatism Seattle Man Testifies That His Acute Suffering I» Completely Gone. On Fab I CharVa R. ram* ta tho ateonte Mineral Inatltuta suffering VNU a bad aaaa of sdatKia rhauma tmn. Ma was suffering acutely and *waa baralv aMa to walk into tha la w'itola with tha aid of a tana Charles 8„ wbuo* residence la 3IM Kwt John Ptaca and whoaa tela phenc number la Kant III!, had -agent two weeks In a local hospital Without relief from his pain. Hs •aw the adTertl seror-. V. Of ths re markaMs quallura of M i orlla Mliv era! and decided to try the treat mcita. Satarrtay CTiarlee R walked out of the Moorite Mineral Institute a well nw The drawn lines of suffering iiad lift his face and a happy smile a*4 the flush of health had taken IMr place. Thouch hs has a strong atwaraaM to personal publicity, hs -w*a no grateful that be gave ua the SaUoartag testimonial. with the pro vision that wa use only ths Initial mt bis M name: >KCE i ROM r.\rv Mar 4. I»H. JWesnks Mineral las(itat«s t» Third Ara. Snllle. 1 wOl gladly personalty Ml any aw lainiisted of my cunv through 7MT Ir—mii'iita, of Sciatica lUws*- BiallM. | saffersd terrlMy night matt Say without rrils/, until I StarM treatment* at year LneUtate. Wkat you did fur rae I roemtdrr wsrUi oaaoy liam the nsaonakle Jarre suffarsS as I did caa mhw date what li aasaos to be Cms fnaa pain. Ol AJi. S.. UM CM Mm Place. Kaaa TUB. Charts* B. kaa been a resident of for tsrsfye year*. His attack mt aglattca rheumatism began last VluwikaKtvtng Day and be-june very a'rfsrs 1a January, when he spent lea weeks la a local hoeptta!. "I had a good, honest doctor." heys Charles 8. "He told me that |jf. Men's Style Show ||j ji i Reveals Superiority ol Cistom Tailoring i J? 1 | Seattle's First Men's Style Show is 1 J g A I j now in progress at the New Wash- ( I VI ( injfton HoteL Daily afternoon and II / |T II I evening sessions today and y " JJj t Wednesday. Everybody is cordial- J II O 11 ly invitod. i 1 i| ' and good taste are always associated with the 1,, ±2/ personality of the man whose clothes bear the hall-mark of custom tailoring. See the exhibits of Seattle's finest custom jj, tailoring and learn the advantages and economy of custom made I | clothes for business, formal and sports wear. I AFTERNOON SESSION | Opens at 1:00 o'Clock | I i EVENING SESSION '*> Opens at 7:30 o'Clock j MANNEQUIN SHOW TONIGHT At 9:00 o'Clock EXHIBITORS t Seattle Merchant Tailors r.. a. RVF.RKTT CO, MIIMM.I'.TON A RAI.IIRUMiR, 111 Ifzrr Building I'iirttJigr* Building K. C. ALT. MrORATH BROTH KRM. ; 209 Lnlvcr*ity Htrwt 301 .MKf WnJk.r Building J. M riTVNINOHAM, 4 MICHAKIA "00 Third Avfcnun Burke Building DUNN A BI'NDRKRfi. T. J. f TNFII„ 204 American Bank Bldg. 1310 Third Avmnr FROHT 4 BKVNKI. OM Ollli TAIIOKINO CO, 1225 KV-»t Avinoo 711 Third Av<-nu« HARRIS. MEN'S TAIf>OR RABY A CO. 211 S»-o«r» HtrrM 1313 I ourth Avrvma ■I nOI'HK OK IRVINQ, KOTIIKMtKIU. CO., ,1 >•» Colombia htr«t mi Heroml Avenue I KTICTSON TAII/tRH, K. 81fc(iKI, 208 Rial to Buikfljif 2M RiaJln Building ">• H. KAVF KTONR BKOTIIKRS. 7s» Third AVMM f>oo Hr<«nd Avrmi# \n M.I AM Kl'lHT STONE TIIK TAIMIR, | I»ary Bui Win* |2O« Hwroid At rim* jj TlfKO. T. I.KMAN, ICD. P. WIIITK. 1 N SOT American Bank Bid*. I„ C. NuiHli lltilldbig V. O. WOLD A CO.. 11. K. CIRZON («, , M 218 Hrabuurd Bank Bid*. 403 HUMhtey Bids- NO ADMISSION CHARGE of any kind Thry want to know how dw»p tha grava'a «olng to ha ftm] who's going Into It, and how lon* the body will la*t, »n«l a lot of othor antrrtainlns things. About tha wnwlfrj," M>yn tlladlna. "If* • ttoau tltul pl«ra. Who'd, want to liya tr» a plara whara tha flowara ara flnar Own har» whara the view la bat tar— u\ kh wrni wirir IN CKMMTKXY Rladlna llraa with his Wtta, a lit Ila sfWar-haJrad ladr. In '!>• ramatary cottsga naaarvad for lha ar*ion Tha rott*ga ovarlooka lha tomhatonra and tha graraa of thouaan>la of paopla. And yat. aaya lltadlna. when aakad If ha navar faata away fn>«n tha world tti tha irtknl grounds. "Oh, no. w» navar hava any rnaaon to rat tuna aoma hara unlaw. of couraa. wa hava a apall without any funrrala than It's kind of dull." Rladtn* darlaraa that ftmarala aa a rata do not Impraaa hint ona way or as othar "Tinea to awtilla,* ha sara, "a par tlrularly wd ona gals ma looking that way- —or ona that'a sort of in taraatlng. Ilka a Chlnaaa burial. A h« roulJ do nothing (or ms other than the rar« lit* nunw wna giving,! that 1 must lru»t u> Um (or rt«i« •ry. **l left the hospital January !• wfh pttuUcallT no benefit front my two »Mki of treatment. Than I wrnt to the Nloorlta Institute M*k in* relief, and found It." NAT! KK IS TIIR DOTTOR There la no ir*s»srv about M.i -r"» M.naral Treatments earepting the mystery of Nature. !t la Nature that hai> supplied thia wonderful mineral which luu proton In hun dreds of nase* right her* In Reattle Ita power to b*nl*h Inflammation and eradicate poison from tbe body, and ao (■«• ixanpl'l* r»ll»( to suf ferers from KhrumttlMi of all kinds. Nwritls. Itlood I'mwa, f rmajo Trool)l<», Catarrh. t.oUnn. Appen SHU*, Vinnar Vrin«, Palsy and other Inflammatory ailment.i 'f We get Moortte Mineral from 'a d»r"» t In Wyoming. »h»r« It. «u thrown to the aurfaca, probably by the action of a geyser or hot spring (jtnrnmrnt uuliM ahowa that It naslaltu flva of tha twelve aalta » sentlaJ to UM Ufa and health of tire body. Ws uae It, Juet aa nature mixed It. excepting that It ha* beeei put tlirvogh a refining procesw. °°°o CO MR TO THK INHTIIt lit If you an a wffmt from airy Inflammatory ailment, wa win bo glad to (In you tha n»mn ad drman and phono mimlxri of many beaidea Chaa. HL, who will tsattfy to tha remarkable effect* of Moorlt* Mloaral Treatment*. If we think wa cannot relive* yvm wa wfU not taka your eua If wa tako your mon«i for a lOPioa of treatment*, w« wfU glee you a written guaran tee to return It to yoo If yon fall to get onmpleto rellaf. Consultation frre Coosa and saw ua „.. wr»/j * * • • ti k^t' Moo rite Mineral Institute •i: Third Are. lOUott «.V4» —Photo t»y I'ric* £ i'trt*r, Mar Ht4/f i'liuitiKU|ib«r* Ed BUidinr, who has dug graves in S tattle for S6 ytart and who is laughing hi* way thru life. couple of years ago a man we* bur'ed without any minister or anything. A Famous Old Racipa tor Cough Syrup ■ • -j' o *?O^V M u k.*4a flua ell fw mmtu. Thouaanls of VWUIUM Kara found that tkey ;caa'sare two<tkirda. •f the ni.inry umaliy Spent for cuugk , pt'i ira! ..rn, ; h* ; imn* thia. wsTl ■ aowa old ..■reeipe ifor Qaiak >ng; rough tymp. It is »iaple°aaid clirap hut ll has ao "I'li lur-pfompl reaxitaf .It;; takrs right knld of a rough aad gl*ea miiaej atr rel ef.mually:stopping aa ordinary rotigh ,ia ?t .ho;ira.or lesa. <iel f' , .oiinresVof ol'/iiei; trom ajiy'.' iraagtsf, boar ll; iate a .pint" Willi s' i i m pfais irtMaM aturar rrrap to make a f«lUpißt!' c ".lf : you prefer. tue "clarified moSasass.- honey, or 'eora armp. instead,,of siijar ayrtip Either say It tastes perfsrUy,' an l laata a family a lnag :.j Its 'r-t!r astoaishiac how gnlrkly It arta. penetratiag through eeery air paseaga of Ua throat aa4 loags— louaens and raisea the phlegm soothes ami heals the membranes, sad gradually but sorely the anaoying > throat twkle aad d'ea<|ed rauth dsa- I arpear ert r»!y ..Nothing better (or brunch ti*. spasmodis eroup, hoar»a-'l •aaa or bronchial asthma. - Piaea la a apecial ami higWy eon eantratsd compound of geauiae Nor-, way puae aitrart known ths world oyer (or Ita healing effect on m»mb'anss -AsoiH disappointment by a>k *g Toar • dnirgrt for -•% wineea of P;o«i* with foil .I reetiona aad ilon t' sreept aaythiag elas. f.tiaraoleed tc £r.»s*ahao,ute; sa'..«facL"a or mimey promptly rrfonded. Ths Piaai Ca, KU « ay»». lad. - o L ,r *. .„o, r o AdyertTaemenl TII n S K ATTLK STAR | friend or two re me out and etwlnhled , three hctndfula of dirt oyer tha grays, I aaylng sort of slow: * Here lies poor P>*r— lie always paid hh fare ihrs— - If anyone U eutlUod to a (are well he Is,' inn. l. MNIi AA IXIMI .W III: t AM That got me (or awhna. It was real aad tiut a Chinese funeral came along in a few dava and tuned me up'-agalo. The mourners came In eweriiuC and <arr>lng ■tuffed piga and frott. and aprtnkling nii kels and dimea on the gra%e. Teh,'* nil line ciMicludna. "the <• rM's an place, and I'd Juat aa aoon Hi' and enjoy :,(e ai I sin* a* i. ng aa"';l .can!" ■ - r ; If 'a# Itod Ma farortte aorg and Mr Pladme la peenent. her huehsnd grins aad proestda to aing >oTiaily: V \«hoe to aehrst and dn l ihi-l Show me a woman a uuui ran truat." Whereupon gra rvarftna etutrhae the aeiton by ths cnatalsevs and aaya, '"Kd. donl »tng that IVe told you before; somebody 11 think you uean It." I X "Well."• her htjehend rsanarka. stir, •"you*. "It's a pretty little tune but ! 1 whan It corns* in real muetc 1 'spoa* llt doeam't suit. ITheee after all." te | 'ioneludes, seriously, "the song I fiks hast la ths one I hear most. I'd sure hs awful lonesome without |t— Nearer. My Ood. to Tbes '" CANDIDATE Promising a business-like administration of port af fairs, Julius G. Day has an nounced his candidacy for port commissioner. Day declares he is not backed by any special inter ests, but that he is seeking the support of the voters free and unhampered from obligations of any kind. CmrAOO-Mr*. Mary fash Jinn, born In Armenia 102 years a CD, dim. "Diapepsin" for Bad Stomach, Indigestion Take Papa's Dlapepaln now! In five minutes your stomach feels fine. Don't bother what upset your atom ach or which portion of the food did | the damage. if your stomach Is sour, gajisy and upset, and what you Just ate has fermented Into stubborn lumps; head dizgy and aches; you belch gasee and acids and eructate undigeated food—Just take a little f'apo's Diapepsin. and In five min utes you wonder what became of,the Indigestion and distress. Millions of men and women today know that it Is needless to have a had stomach. A little Diapepsin occasionally keep* this delicate organ regulated, and they eat their favorite foods wit., out fear. If your stomach doesn't take care of your liberal limit with out rebellion; If your food Is a dam age Instead of a help, remember, the quickest, surest, most harmless ant acid is Tape's lilapepsin. which costs only sixty cents for A large CAM at nioxm,—Advertisement, rv -AMwuW Dtrtgn 19&— MI Twin Patr How the Simmons Label benefits Yourself a UNTIL Simmons Company announced Simmons Beds built for sleep and assumed full responsibility for their sleeping quality, selecting a bed was a good bit like buying a pig in a poke. The appearance of the beds in the stores, women could judge for themselves. The sleeping quality they could only take on faith and hope. But Simmons Beds identified hy the Simmons Label gave them both a new standard and an assurance. Beds built for sleep. Equipped with the Simmons pressed steel Corner Lochs. Firm, foursquare noiseless beds that help tired nerves and muscles to relax into sound refreshing sleep all night, every night. The "A bbotsford" And it is to Simmons Company too, that you owe those One of the beautiful beautiful Twin Beds built for sleep. For every room Stmmons M PertodDesigns" shared by two persons. So that one sleeper docs not dift for cheerful bed room* of turb the other or communicate colds or other infections. choke and Your dealer will tell you that the Simmons Label is Decorative Color*. his greatest help in assuring his customers full value for their money. The Importance of the Look at Simmons Beds and Springs Simmons Label at your Dealer's reJfaf'i le?n He will show you the beautiful "Period Designs," wrought -the Simmons Label. in Smoo ] h ***** £o* T® i*? Every genuine Simmons ,tctX CoTna that ke *P beds firm and noiseless. Bed. Crib and Spring is Or, if your dealer cannot show them to you, write us, and marked with the Simmons we will arrange for you to see Simmons Metal Beds, Cribs, nam*. Look for tha Day Beds— and Simmons Springs, in every way worthy to go Simmons Label. with Simmons Beds. SIMMONS COMPANY N*W YORK ATLANTA CHICAGO KENOSHA SAN FX AN CISCO MONTREAL (Limdw Office*. KnuuKa, WU.) SIMMONS BEDS Built for Sleep ratEMOKICTONStro , Wnu w /•» "Sl ttp mnj lu r.nr.umtKl- I C. Attle Arou Decadent Laundries By Hal Armstrong "Where the de>il or* my ilwi) shirts?** C. Attic Inquired. Impatient ly. to hi* Sunday morning formula, fumbling In a drawer. "See here C. Attle," observed hla wife, Icily, "If you don't like the way I look after your Itnen, you Just at tend to It yourself. You'll find a al.irt over there in that unopened laundry piirkage. Suppose you—■" lie was already Jerking off the string*. He seized a shirt and, un pinning It, shook It out. "What's this?" he exclaimed, pok ing a flricrr thru a hole lu tha back "I»ook bore! This ia one of those ahlrta yoti got mr a *ffk iign. Hern to the laundry once, and look ut It. Hole a big* a dime right in the mid «lln of tha hack. And here's another! Great Scott, woman! What—" Mm. Attla regarded tha garment calmly. "That's what happens at any Ison dry," alia aald. "I've tried them all. I don't understand how they do It, but they do. Just look thru the pack age. you'll find a lot more of things that'll contribute to that grouch of yours." "What the—why dont you— c. Attle sputtered "Don't wrinkle those clean clothes that way. Here, you let me take them out, snd you hold the slip and Check the articles off " "I can't have my new shirts torn to pieces that way! 1 " C. Attle in Slated. "Then youTI have to stay home and do them yourself," his wife sug g'-sted. "Take this list and check them off aa I take the things out of the bundle. One—two—three sheets." "Yes: there ought to he four The list Kays 'four sheets.' " he announced emphatically. "I remember," his wife agreed, "I sent four Our new picut sheets, too. Just inak« a pole of it on the bottom of the slip " "What? You mean to say they've tUiieu a .-nil i.i.i. >. In mv ahlM""* C Attle fumed. "Oh. yes," explained Mr*. Attle. "That sort of thing'* quit* common. I'll tell them about it and they'll bring in* a sheet. It may not bo an good a* the on« they loat, but they always substitute loot artirlea." "We can't have that!" C. Attle ■napped. "Suffering nnnke*. why didn't you toll me about this before?" "I've often told you. or tried to. but you'd never listen. ! didn't open thia bundle when it caine, Juat ao you'd »ee for yourself—•• Mr*. Attle held Hp an wnderrar m»nt. "See how tha thread* aw " "They're rotted!" C. Attla e». claimed, examining tha article closely. "Tea," she corrnVwnteA. "Rotted bjr the lye or acid or whatever It Is they put Into the water. That's it common occurrence." "And how much do they charge Sure Way to Get Rid of Dandruff There is one sure way that never falls to remove dandruff completely, and that la to dissolve It. This de stroya It entirely. To do this. Just get about four ounce* of plain, ordi nary liquid arvon; apply it at night when retiring; use enough to moisten the scalp uml rub It In gently with the finger tip*. Hy morning, most. If not all. of your dandruff will be gone, and three or four more applications will completely dissolve and entirely destroy everv single aim and trace of It, no matter how much dandruff you may have. You will find, too, that all Itching snd digginK of the scalp will stop Instantly, and your hair will he fluf fy, lustrous, glossy, silky and soft, and look and feel a hundred times better. You can get llqnld arvon st snv drug store, tt Is Inexpensive, snd four ouncrs Is all you will need. This, simple remedy han never bcou known I U> tan.—AdvwLmcuiciit, i n* for doing tblx lUinaic " C. Attle •ntloM up lhe bill. "Four dollars and- -by the r»tl. roaring bornapooos! —they charge |4.JS, do they, for laundering a email bundle like that. TRY FRYE'S FIG PORK SAUSAGE 1 8C Per lb. 2 lbs. for 35c On Sale in Bulk Every % Wednesday and Saturday Guaranteed Pure and Fresh Best and Cheapest Food Article on the Market For Sale at All of FRYFS MARKETS American Moat Co.. 519 Third Avenue Kallard Meat Co., 3443 Ballard Avenue llay City Meat Co., 1420 First Avenue (entral Meat Co.. 1420 First Avenue Olympic Meat Co.. 1426 First Avenue Western Meat Co.. 1101! \Nestem Avenue Seattle Market, 109 Occidental Avenue TITESDAY. MAROI 7, T922. losing mm' of the stuff and destroy ing the rest?" "Well "Well, there ought to be some remedy, that'x all."