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MONDAY. MARCH 20. 1922.
Take Our Advice—Notv Is the Time to Buy Good Furniture The results up to the present have been highly gratifying. We have sold a wonderful lot of Roods, hut there is a whole lot more to he moved. You know two hundred and fifty thousand dollars' worth of furniture is a lot. That Is the amount we must sell If it's possible to do so before moving. So, folks, don't watt, come right in and get vour share of the bargain*. REMOVAL SALE •—■K*™-] 250 Army Cots During RemoTal Sale T« nuUtf it pmulblr for r*«rjr w Mr* nU>mtlß| >y«rW Majr //" SiLmbhmhb t< m>. .luring thl» *»Kv l*i u* f r~--( .—I •M l«ir namr l« oar Umn* '.>''' ■ •m 4 «f uIWM ruUnnei v-r*t '' • '*'• • WN PnrrhkM. It.M Dawn ' ' jjjj||jjiM!|P^^4 SIM I'rr Wwk HIN Purrhu*. UN Down [ 11 -IS IVr Werfc tIN.N 13 M Down I (1.3# IVr \\ rrk lIM.N rvrrlMtM'. t: 50 Down » BUM V |iTs» Down Heavy Army Cots, like illustration, to bo sold in pres «-'n i'«r ent condition. They are ideal prt W»a l-«rrh«M-. sir M Itanm . |l* gm #7 L $3 #o pff w rvk for summer cnmp& und sum" ™ I I^l^ S3M.M Pnrriuuc. sivm Dnm mcr cottages or porch. While W %\J%J NO ISJiITtSSom th<, y last - at the removal P ricc JL NO INTKKRft of —lMB—— Genuine Leather Duo-Fold | Davenports at a Special Price | I Voo ma»i EE || I I 'La *** thl* jffnrfTwHra i pi**® «rf jgpjjgj™, f««mltar» —J IfllrooE at* h, M Large, comfortable, well-constructed Duo-Fold D*v- _g| pg 1 enport of quarter-sawed oak, golden and fumed \L 1 55; finish, with geanins brown leather upholstery; M 9J" 55 good springs, and opens op to a full-sized bed. M =? REMOVAL SALE PRICE Q = g LIBERAL CREDIT EXTENDED 1 <5?8BSS8I1 FURNITURE. CO. INC. WHERE PIKE MEETS FIFTH = Club to Disarm as 6 Candidates Speak Members of the Mutual Basinem club will be diaartned at the door wbra they meet at their club room-i nlirtit to hear the mayoralty Candida tea tell why they ahould put HEALT^p, VIGOROUS enjoyment of life usually comes with Br- perfect health. And perfect Wt I health is impossible without 11 \ Official tests amonjf children j __ \ have shown that Kood milk f IT/a\ \ is a vital necessity in build- / /V'—v \ ing health and vigor. / !£, N \ Other offlr-lal teeta hare proved that I ) | KrlHtof«mon'« Perfectly I'artetiriw*! \ / . I Milk ranka highest in Uila locality. v ■yJV 1 ' I or-p/tone. BE clcTt 0040^ | their fset on the mayor*" deik after I the romlnar election. Brick* and egm i will be barred. but the candi latea are i espected to heare verba! hen fruit at each other. Dr. Bdwln J. Brown, T. J funnlnrham. Ire D. I.undy. I>an landon. Walter Meier and H. S. I Turner will apeak. Stop that pain! QUICK, warming, soothing. comforting rtUW follows an application of Sloan's LinimanV Inst slsp It oq tits at rained, overworked rrmscla. Oood for too. Fmttmirwi— without rubbtag. Kmp It handy SloatfS Liniment(g^ ECZEMA IN RASH ON BABLS FACE And Body. Spent Sleepless Nights. Cuticura Healed. "My beby'a akin became red and rough and then ecsema broke out on her face and body In a raab. Her bead was a man of scale* and sore eruption!, and her hair became dry and brittle. Sha spent many sleep less nights. " Tbe trouble lasted about three months. 1 commenced using Cuti curs Soap and Ointment and in a week's time the Itching grew less. I continued using them snd now she Is healed." (Signed) Mrs. E. O HID. Bos 1231, Cut Bank, Montana Cuticura Soap to cleanse and pu rify, Cuticura Ointment to soothe snd hsal and Cuticura Talcum to powder and perfume are Ideal for dally toilet purposes. ■wkbftrwtoVil A Mr— "SMMrtUV •ratovUa &ap» ■, Ifaitaa M»* " (fold •<r**r S<»a|i jl" (llatfwent li a*wtso* TaJanai lft«. MTC atif ura Saap akavas wUkowt mug. THE SEATTLE STAR Debuts Now Cost $15,000 ¥** * Y * * * * "Coming Out" Is Cheaper Mum Kllin Mack-ay (above) whose debut cost (20,000, ex clusive of gowns and jewelry, and Mi** Barbara Whitney, whose coming out party coat $15,000. BY KITH ABKI.ING KKW YOUK. March 20 —Another ; blow haa been *truck at th* hltrh' mat of living Thar* haa b*en a ra duct lon of It p»r cant or mora In th* coat of "coming out" (artlM tn New York aot-lety! Prohibition helped do It. A aocl*ty Urbut that cost tit).oo4 In th* *ra whan liquor >u wnol ran ba don* handaomely th«aa day* for a m*ra ll&.OOO. That's what hotel. m*n aay. Hoclety** »waaon )u*t rlaaad tn N*w j York aaw 10 rich debutante* Intra dured. Kach party toat b*tw*»n 1* 000 and lIJ.OOO. for th* btg party alon*. not Including eloth*a and Jaw. •la and th* *uppl*fn*ntary dinner*, •upper* and luncheon*. Th* meat brilliant party of U»a **»- *on coat »:0.000. That * th* bill OJar me* M. Mwkar footod when hl» daughter. Mum Kltln Markay. waa Introduced Ther* wrr* 40 tu*M* at dinner and nearly J-000 at th* dance and »upf»er following. Tha party waa given at »h* lUU-Carlton. Intimate* of tha probabl* lt*ml**d bill ar* thaaa. IHnner .$ *OO Supper Moral decoration* H-000 Mu»ir 4.000 Ka«ar< and InrMrnlllt ... 1.000 llrnt at hotel I.W Ne*t In brilllanca and coatllneaa waa th* debut of Ml** llarbara Whit ney, daughter of Mr and Mra. Harry I-ayn* Whitney. Thla party. given at th* l'laxa. la understood to have coat about HU.OOO, Inner* a*rv*d at the av»nur* coin- In* out party rout from SI to 111 • HAVE COLOR 111 CHEEKS Be Better Looking—Take Olive Tablets If your akin la yellow—eomptnlon pallid tongue coated appetlta poor —you have a bad taste In your mouth—a lasy. no.(rood feeling— you ahould lake Olive Tablets. Dr. Kdwards' Olive Tablets—a mih stltuto for calomel- were prepared by !>r. Kdwartls after 17 years of study. l»r. Kdwards" Olive Tablets are a purely vegetable mmi>ound mixed with olive oil. You will know them by their olive color. To have a clour, pink skin, bright eyes, no pimples, a fooling- of buoy ancy like childhood days you must Bet at the cause. Dr. Kd wards' Olive Tablets act on the liver and Imwels like calomel yet have no dangerous after effects. They start the bile and overcome constipation. Take one or two night ly and note the pleasing result* Millions of boxes ore sold annually at 16c and 30c.—- Advertisement. The (ireat After Klu Tonlo HEAMOTONE Makes red blood, builds up the nerves and restores strength quickly. 11.00 and $2 00 at all drug stores, or •■ent, p. p , by Joyner 1-irug Co, Hpo kane. —Advertise nient. Asthma Why suffer? Dr. Kinsman's Asthma Remedy gives instant relief. 25 years ofwcceM 75c »tsll druggists. Avoid •übsti ! litem Trial Treatment niailod Free. Write to Br. f. 0. Klmfflan. Hisit Slnrk. Sutmti. Mskit l^sas!! plata. Itreakfaat* and aappara are •omewhat lean. Itreakfaata are eerred. too, aome. ttmea The Whitney debut party wound up with a t.r<-*kfa*t. I tannine dnean't begin until about II o'clock, and "aood nl«h<*" aren't la order till 4 or & in the mnrnln*. PLAN FOR DRIVE ON POINDEXTER Badaine Completes Tour Discussing Campaign John E. Ballaine haa returned to H*atll* from a trip to Tacoma and other rltle* In th* Southwest where h* iliaru*a*d th* •*tutorial cunpolrn with proapectly* candldatea and with l*a«ler* of th* element* oppoaed to the re-election of Senator Miles Poindexter. «"onf*rence* ar* h«lng h*ld In Be attl* by repreaentatlve* of different •uitt-l'olndeiter element* from aaat and w*at of th* mountain*. trying to Hjrre* upon on* candidate to b* nup ported aoltdly again*! l'oln<lext*r In th* republican prlmarlea. Other meeting* will be held this week. Mr ItaJlaino. who grew up In Whitman and Walla Walla countlaa. and has a wide acquaintance In Kast »rn Washington, aa writ aa In Wrot ern Washington. aald after Satur day's ron(«*np« that. If |Hwn a clear field. ho would malt* the rue* against l'olnd»«lw. Ho had boon a supporter of I'olndoxtcr until the senator wont over to tho reactionaries In lb« New berry and other rama MAN BURNED TO DEATH SHACK Fire Department Investi gates Tragedy Fire department officials were ocnductlng an Investigation Mon 'lay Into the death of Bert Porter, St, who wii/i bur nod to death In a small shark al 21& W. Mead at.. early Sunday. I'orter's body won found after the shack had burned to the ground. Ha wu lying near the stove, hav !nk* apparently trle<l to escape by prying loose some boards from the floor. A preliminary Investigation led firemen to believe that the fire started from a ctgaret "tub that fell from I'ortor's fingers Into Home oily waste on the floor, as he was dropping off to sleep. l'orter lived In the shnck alone. Ills stepparents, Mr. snd Mrs. E. U Parrish, lived In a house on the front of tho property. Porter wan a railroad fireman The liody Is at the Georgetown Undertaking Co. Aviator and Wife Plunge to Ground VICTORIA, 11. C.. March 20 -Ken neth Saunders, local aviator, and his wife were Injured here yesterday when their plane crashed to the ground. Roth will recover. Shoes last longer, repaired at Lib erty, 1522 First ave.—Advertisement. vnd muit dental 10 wtk hall fflvd the quel ity anil worktnanehlp W JMMm ja« elweye. but my iirlro will Ik a for I inim* »ii\# JMKm ■ ■!<. liar fur - r • oiler nr >r your wort* .lUIN .1. meow or mora than rears lead Uanllal. the RHiiES co. Our Window■ Will Tell * Silk and Wool Dresses $24.50 /\ J |•/ / Ntrond Moor New Silk and Wool Dresses, including crepe knits, dj, Canton and Roshanara crepes, taffetas, satins, trico tines, serges and twill cords, complete this assortment L, /■.: JiX of attractive values priced at $24.50 each. [ \ Predominating colors are navy, black and brown, I ij 'i ' with trimmings of moire ribbon, plain and fancy i>" I braids, georgette and embroidery. They are styled in long-waisted and belted models, /ft with plain and elaborately trimmed skirts. The dress sketched is a navy taffeta with puffed sleeves and scalloped waist and skirt, bound with self material. whm m Children's Women's Mercerized Lisle Hose Sleeping Garments . _ . 59c A Pair 29c I'pprr Main Moor Main Moor tLo Women's Mercerized Lisle Hose in a fancy and pink and wtute ntrtpra. Hic« dropstitch, rib pattern and in colors of cordovan, Vrl In h r. r black and white. Sizes are 8% to 10, f»r a quick clean up at KB* «ach. but not each size in every color. Children's These Hose have small factory imperfections, P . • /-»» * but are of a very good quality, to sell Tuesday a ij • ™ at, a pair, 29*. A Pair—sl.oo Main Moor TT.e Woman". Olove Department SvrinQ ATTIVaIS Of ta allowing children'. 2<-laap atyla Fabric Glovea with twotoned em- Men ' s Athletic Union Suits mode. A j*ir, 91.00. _ . _ Each 85c Women's Haia Summer Union Suits Mer ., Athlrtk . Union SuiL , made of „ Lacn 1 i)C ceptionally fine quality nainsook, and having IT M,Jn noor elastic waist band, which insures neat fit as *?", ™ e » « """'"rt- ■">«• '» • complete are made of white cotton material line Of sizes from 34 to 46. A Suit, 85<. In aUaa 34 to 00. A ault, 75#. Three Candidate* to Address Club Dan t«n<lon. Chart** It. Miller and T. J. Cunningham will explain why each should ba mayor at a BiMUnf of tha Common wraith club Monday night at Doldt'a rwataurant, >ll Sec ond arn Tha puhtto la urged to at tend. Placarded billiard ball* are being made Into electric pu*h button*. ■ The Store for Useful Articles —- JtettSSOiviMJi and MM»CS« Store Hount: 8:30 A. M. to 6 P. M. 2)500 Pieces of Tinware ON SALE TUESDAY For, Choice, Special at 15c Fach A special purchase of 2,500 ■ ipt J J piecrs of Tinware of desirable ■' \wC\s quality, including practically all /H&F the most wanted utensils for the f kitchen or home. Sgml i ALL of the pieces illustrated here are sketched from stock and _ ( ryjr the entire list will be displayed 1 for choice, while they last, at a 0T B p. price which will cause thrifty folks to lay in a supply for the coming Right reserved to limit quan- Ctities of any of these utensils. Included are: 120 only Galvanized Pails 60 only Rinsing Pans 120 only Muffin Pans JLcAv 60 only Milk Strainers 60 only Sieves 60 on ly Champion Sieves 120 only Perfection Graters \ 60 only l*ierced Colanders mfrf ' ,lTrr y 60 only Flaring Pails 60 only Coffee Pots 120 only Acme Sifters 60 only Eire Shovels 60 only liread Pans c Hi:jlirm 60 only Square Cake Pans 60 only Combination Strainers go on |y Wash Basins 60 only Covered Buckets \ / f m jjjs. 6O only Scalloped Cake Pans iiH 3n! 60 only Graters to 120 °nl.v Graduated Measures 0n a * | >a,lS Special 15c Each N°O^D LIMIT OF ONE WATER PAIL TO EACH CUSTOMER Caldwell to Talk to Legion Members Mayor Hugh M. Caldwell will dla cam hbt recent trip to the Orient at the meeting of Rainier Nobis pout of lha American Ijtgloa Monday *v» nine. FolVrwtn* the addreaa. an elertloo will tw h»M to fill the vacancy on the e*«vuttve committor* rauited by the reaitrnatmn of Charie* Cowan, who haa moved to Vaehon Inland In itiation r*remonlea will also be held. PACE 5 Interurban Train Hits Car, 3 Dead WASHINGTON, Karen 29.—8. H. I Tea, superintendent of the Dotro* Electric railway, hla wife, tMf three children and » rnest were stantly killed here yesterday »lw| their antotnobile wit struck by as interurban train. There are 221.1 M Christian eoncr+ cat ton* In Araertfa.