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MONDAY. MARCH 20. 1922.
-A* I Corns? I Blue-jay to your druggist Stop Pain Instantly The simplest war to end a corn it Bloc-jay A tonch stops the pain in ttantly. Then the corn loosen} and oQpirr< out Made in two forma—< •tolorlet*. clear liquid (one drop doei it!) and in eatra thin pUvtera. Ua< whichever form you prefer, piaster' or the liquid—(he action it the same Safe, gentle. Made in a world-famec |ilw«iw by all drucirist*. fvee ■ Writ* Rawer 4 Rleck. Oiiraffo. IVjil. t'i. far r«lmMi )Mt. "CorrrxU • c+rl •; IKt hcl." I UVKHJPOOU OMino I Doha; 4 ■oft, trump*Ur who sounded th* call | Ihtl lUrM Iha I.lght Itrtgade on It* f famous char** at Halaklava, dead. II Too Are Biying Real Estate Or making a mortjrage loar. on real estate, you are entitled to the fullest measure of title protec tion—and that means only one thingr, vi*.: Title losiance On* of our TIU* tnsuranr* Policies speaks with author ity, for it la issued only attar the moat careful aad thorough ♦ lamination and crftaa check of tb* record*, and then ail of our aaawt* —more than ff&O.OOO —stand behind It. InsUt upon bavins tit)* Inauranc*. Washington Title Insnance Company Tnder Slate Super*iston" UMiM Prrmamemt Guaranty fumd rv pouted With Rial* Treasurer at OJyapla JO-TO DOES relieve after-eatsncf distress almost .ro«cs^«n*tmntl>' rPISOS-i SAFE AMD SAMI far Courtis & Colds TW m k Sunt Aw I ill i- JmL BAUME , THO*. LUMINO f CO. NEW TOMK. my cold (ALWAYS fcaap Dr. Kov'a Naw Pimmr haady. It Uaaha op hard. atabfanl onida aaH atopa tba parenryara of coughing. No harafut *tna. bat jxm good mediaaa. AN Or. KiiMtfs New Discovery /or Colds and CouOns ——————M—WWMW Stabborn Bowcla T atnad. I«v lac tba oaanwj narfli >a health ruction. Let tha Beadj atioaaiatiag Dr. King'a PiDa to yoa a regular, normal bowri (aadaoa n>t 15 cwta. All druggieta. phohft i worn JKM Dr. Kind's Pills pjgjj On Starting By C. Attle * *T>r. R. J. iirowur* "Tea, gentlemen. at your eerrlce " "Klrat, what about thin rh*r*» (hat you are Inclined to be bolahe that la «o *ay, radical. doctorf "I had for!»•><• n that que* Uon, and am f»p«n>il to animrr It. On* or my aona haa a aword that waa hand *d down to him from tha Involution I am not aaytng \\a*l>lngton uaad It—" "On* moment, doctor, rton't at art so far hark Wa want to know—* "Tea; I wm coming to that, of course, purine tha war. I—" •Tha Itevolutlon? IMatum confine youreelf to tha preaent century ." NPfIKK KOK i mum lx)an "l>nrln» tha arortd w*r. gentlemen. I waa on* of tha flrat apeakara for tha I.lbarty l/tan I waa In iwy lied from drive, and at) that. Mv three aona took up arm* j recoil that 1 want Into an I W. W. nnp and Bold every man thara a Liberty bond. I— * "Taa; but tha war la over. Wa are not questioning your artlvttiee dur In* tha war. Ara you. oe are you not. a—" "I <mn relate an Irvctdent, gentle man. with your pleasure I wtui the flmt man In lha etty to challenge the I. W. vr. T debated against Joe Kt tor. I told them then—that waa year* am—l told them that the ballot waa the modern aoelal tool with which *oclety ahould »*pr*a» Itaelf; that we must have order and peace to make progress 1 aald dire.! ar tlon and aabotace bring disturbance* and violence. and that It la the flrat duty of a government to maintain and sustain Itaelf. a nd that, when the • ItTH. cam* the powera of fov*rn ment would be compelled to exerclaa force, |f nereeaary to keep peace, and Jail thaa» who Interfered. But I don't believe In thro win* people Into )all who critic la* tha actlona of their pub 11. officials The T>claratlon of In dependence and tha conefltution of tha t'nlted m»if. hare their rery root* and foundation in and upon the Ida® of aacurlnc the Individual hla righto— freedom of epeerh. the right to labor and enjoy the fruit* of that labor However, freedom of speech d«*«nl me«n a license to go out and advise and advocmt* what la deetru*- tlve of peace nor—" "That l« quite sufficient In that line, doctor. Now, |f yt, u wt! | tel| ua— * IIW WHOIJ! TWNKrtb "Ah. then, you hare heard that t nave a trunkful. a who!* trunkful. of •vidanca that—hut, gent lam* n. th* time la not yet ripe, pleaae If fam •lected mayor—it would help materi ally If 1 vara mayor " " v, ry well. then, ire will paaa oo to the next quaatioa. What—" " Y '*- ' • fn ready to reply to that. i have made a aucceaa of mv bual ne». a* yon well know, of tha law a* we|| aa dentistry. I—" "We grant that. T*aa* It What la—" My pedigree. air*, tm an open hook. I arrived In Reattla J1 year* ago. have three aona educated In the city school* and the fnlveralty of W aah fn gton. all in buetaaaa for themxehrea. The eldext -" ••Quit* *o But. doctor—" "7 w*i luat about to apeak of that I advocate the far* now. and a lower fare If the people rote for It. I am far oo* day a week off for •treet railway employe*, erervtw.lv hut I am not ao hound down to any body or any political omnlaation that I have to pmm lee anybody a Job or that they win retain a Job after I am elected, not even Mr : Henderaon himself." "Wa ara maklnc Madway. Now. doctor, what about—" "Y«% yra. ThlM U Dm ynMtMt municipal own.rahlp rlty la tha eoun try today. Wa bar* a wondarful **l»r dapartmant. It la maklr* lota of innntjr. It haa no competition. Wa have alao a city llrht depart CAI F Dry Mill Wood 1,000 cords thoroughly air seasoned —best wood obtainable in Western Washington today—cut more than 9 months ago. Full Double Load— C ft Delivered Anywhere A ■ ■B 3 U in Seattle—While I I I it Lasts mm Big Special—Green Wood Full Double Load—Delivered ■■ §■ Anywhere in Seattle A f WHERE CAN YOU EQUAL THESE PRICES? Phone Elliott 4433 BURKE M. GRIFFITHS ft CO. Dealers in High-grade Steam and Domestic Coals, Forest and Mill Wood. 402 WESTLAKE AVENUE NORTH Line for Mayor—No. 1 Dr. E. J. Brou-n, candidate for mayor, posed to ruit him self. Certainly he smiles. He's a dentist. ptMHe *y Frlee A Carter at a' ataft Pkot«(rt|h«ra ment It la capable of making IT.- •00.004 worth of electrical energy •very year It I* welling |I.!>90,0«0 worth to It.ooo customer*—" "Your flguraa, doctor. Are they—" "Absolutely authentic, fumlahed by englneera who know. Our city light department baa a competitor. That oompautor la nailing K.100.00a worth of electric energy to itlOD i uatomer* Hlity per cant of that 14.500.000 la profit. Th* city Itself I* buying from its rompatllnr between ITOO.OOO and I*oo 000 worth of cur rent. 1 venture to aay If w* had a competing water company tn thl* city our water department would be In aa much trouble today aa our de partment of city light." "We grmap your laatnoatlan. tot tor. Now—'• "I waa |net getting ready to go Into that. I am In favor of children* playflelda in Georgetown and Youngs town. If wo can afford **p*n*lv* parka for our auto tmirwta, «ur«-l> wa can afford piayfieida for our own Itttla rhildren. wher* w* can watch them fro Ho—" "One morpent, doctor. W* war* about to aak—" oolt comn roR miuiiucN' •*T«i. It U Irw that I h»w. ind •till ile. opfntr adromt* ch!ldr»n'a golf foarwi Nobody ran di>nr (hat our (oir rouma. owrwl bir tha city. I* mtklAf money. Golf rnunn for children—" "Bat paop'o *»*• (rtt for wm Um«. doctor, that your rml motive In running for otfln waa to »4»rtl«« your pain!mm dantal parlor*. la that trua? If not. why ara you running for mayor*" "It la not trua. I have made a mo-w« In a bneir.'aa way. I pay for my »dvrril«ln* In a lafflUmate THE SEATTLE STAR way. tun the only thing my rimU can lay their flnier an In ny al»ut I me la that I am running for office In advertise myself I'll tail you why I'm running for mayor. I'm run ning be<-«um> U I* a groat honor to ba mayor of this rlty, a graat honor for any man to go into tha highest offlca In thla Pity and ba a mayor thai la a mayor, to put In economies that will lift tha burden off the people, anil to cut the unemployed off tha olty'a payroll. I'll tall you what I'm frying to do whan I'm elect ad mayor. During my admhilstration thara will ba no auloa uaad In thla flty by myself or any other Mfiployr •>f tha rlty except on ftrlrtly official bualnaaa—tha use of public autoa In our rtly and county for jirtnti pur pones la a disgrace- and 111 rut down graft and wasted wagaa 111 atart a department of awmomy and affi Clancy. I*ll run out of tha ctty hall fastened Ihcmaalvaa on tha clly'a In alltutlona Ilka a lot of barnacle* I'll tha gang of politicians that hava hold a searching Inquiry Into every department In tha city and aek lla nfflclala to glee rellaf. Than, If they •ay thay are hrlpleaa to do It, I*ll go to tha people and tell lham why. No man 100 per cant efficient need fear ma aa mayor, but tha leeches and mollycoddlss will hava to go." "Thank you. doctor ** "Oentlemen, good day." WELIs-BA LA NCED ft ILL AT THE PALACE HIP Than»« Uuniiml I'eacbaa ar* tta* topnnlclier* of the new "how playing at I .o* w» lalare liip tht* *«»k. They play a variety of bran* In ■rtrument*. InHudln* *a»*|.honea. corneta, trombone* w' two of tbelr BUBbar hav* charming alngt ng voice*. "Hour Wak* Up" l» * delightful comedy playlet offering by Frank A. Kord A Co. A demur* llttl* old lady with pretty gray hair win* tlx honor* away from her younger atatera in th* offering of Chlo and Tiny lUr v*y. Kh« make* a d*j<M hit with her alnglng and danrtng. (itnnlrrt IXavl* and H** Bnd n*r hav* a plea*lng muflml ant. Both hay* rood vole*. Klla I<a Vail perform* daringly on lb* Iripw and fly Ins ring*. » Thi» week'* fe*iur» photoplay In "Wild (#****," a Tom Uli thriller, and th* Internationa] N*w* Service •how* picture* of i'rlnc*** Mary'* wadding. LTNHKNMm. B. W. Lortng r*- eWtari pnaldfni of tha library board Of Interest to Women ltlrhe*t medical authoritle* atal* that the goiter Sieeaie |* growing more prevalent every year, and that about fifteen per rent, or every •eventh woman. In th* Central State* ha* a goiter In *otn« form. M nety.flve per rent of the** goiter* ran b* cured without a *<irg- I'al operation when th* Meditated Uoiter Handag* I* need Th'. earell.nl appliance I* worn over the enlargement at night, and cure* while you *l«*p. I* not *old In atore* Kor full particular*, term*. te*U rooalala. etc.. writ* direct to the I'hyalrian* llemedy Co, 111 Han Fernando Kulldlog. lam ' Angalea, i'al CM * <M* Plwlj tm *<k t rvbef **d rmwltg. HywOMwtb* E rarb y i»# tor Shibtarn Canu) LEAVES FARES UP TO PEOPLE Heady to defend hla algnattira on the patltlon to aubmlt tha 1 cant fnre ordlruu<e to tha people, Ira D. Lundy, candidate for mayor, declared Mon day that ha will tall tha Common w*>nlth club In hla address at lloldt'g restaurant, at I p m Monday; "If the people want thla ordinance, and ao dm larv by their vctaa, then It would be the duty of tha mayor to enrorc* It. If | am elected mayor, I will attempt to carry out the wlsliMi of tha people on thla and all other quentloua that coma before ma. If tha paopla are Intelligent enough to elect a mayor, thay ara Intelligent enough to decide on tli« I rani fara ordlanca." State to Acquire 2,000 Island Acres A* soon aa President Harding signs a bill now before him, mora than 2,000 acrea of land on Whldby and other entailer lalanda In Puget Sound, will pass Into the possession of the atate of Washington. For more than 200 yeara thla land haa lienn a mill lary reservation. Portion* of It are aald to be suitable for the creation of puhlln parka amf outing reeorte. Fine for Neuralgia Munterole In* urea quick relief ftom neuralgia. When those a harp paina go ahootlng through your head, Juit nib a little of thla clean, white ointment on your templea and neck. Muntemle la made with oil of mustard, but will not bum ani bllater Ilka the old fashioned ratis tard planter. Get Mu»tcrole at your drug store Mr and tie In Jan and tubas; boa pttal else, 11. I Utter than • Mttatari rtaabr. New Government Bill Clerk Desk* KB N*w. •olid, natural r»ak I>**ka. with drawer, two VaJa key* floe for bome uae to k»ep paper*, etc. *0 CA ftperlal t'r!• eaehw<6»*>\/ Will ahip C. U. U. tu any addre** Camp Lewis Wireless larfltts War %mw*il+n T« I ftlvmltr •€r++l (Com»r Wtatvrn ) •eatlt*. %% Mkl«ii««* 1514-16 Second Ave, Near Pike f • Gottstein's Liberal Credit I 1 Service Combined With I 400 I Dependable Homefurnishings \$ I a t at consistently fair prices the year \ around deserves your consideration We invite comparison on the values shown below L 1. Buck s Ranges Reduced TT "WTnl NEW LOW PRICES ON THE I• I I ENTIRE LINE | Coal and Wood, Gas, Doable-Oven Fj (J Tw wffl find tn oar large and •itrwttwi Near Rmw I 1 Department I toe turt »tyi* of Rang* boat naiird to your Klnto V Jp"ij . nrak Hoid on rmy term*. VOjA V trai> p. vom oxd htovk IWF ■ IBi w r 'G,Vß IJBKICAI ' allowances I Sf I i ® I'D SOME OF THE WONDERFUL VALUES I J All rorrrlaln Budi'i Bnamrtod and Thfei *plrndM Oaa Rang* wflh larger Knatnrlcd Steel Rang* NMiel- roomy oven and broiler, *rt up m lr| |ini| —1 Ronge Trtmroed your home ready •/»(" f\f\ Kl vES+U?* ** Ml I Bkie or (itv All-Ca*t I tan re to bake «POO*UU J / UW 1«| 1140.00 ***** 992.80 •7/ VV WMhCoSaad tCO CA With to* and s « n « Uio wtoK* if Iwi * KtovePlpo vOOtOU Stove l'ip* $59 50 SET 1 Brass Bed Outfit THREE PIECES, SPECIAL •Bi.2JSSBf special 557.50 M m • i . . i A beautiful Simmons Brass T->. 45-inch quartered oak B( . d 2 . inch . 22 X plank- top Üble. ex- ; nch fl „ er ban A ]| mcUl ; jli iui i A r ? ,* °. ,lx , , ee lx puiaateed non - Mggins m . I .1, -- \ ! dovrnl *oi.d o.k Chun, gen- rin felted cotton # jaoowxtl : CO I l " U,er "''P ■"• U mftttreas. I 700 J \ OL. / SPECIAL "T*' "W— SPECIAL |jLk/ ■ jwneey - n in** \JKW®®S/ $57.50 $7 ,j 0 s $42.75 Beg Pardon! Tke Star m«w Istealletislty p*tnU »a ■ film* aiaataaaaaul er nialiaa ae asjsst rharge. Hal war v«fMlrn a#a hiaan. ami I Her dw'l aivflUn >key ivrlle ebaal. Wkeeaaer an errar rrmmpm lata TSa Mar. «*a will a* vary gted te rnrraai It, anal we will thenk tite trtaaSa wlaa rail II la ear alleatllaaa. On March II The Rtar aald Patrol man P. Pizor bad been suspended for five daya by Chief of Police W H. Searing after firing a »hot at the foot of another patrolman In tha North Heal tie car barn* E W Little 227 Taylor ava., a afreet railway em ploye, aaya I'laor ahot at hla foot, after engaging In a atruggla with him. l*laor threw him down and atruck him on the bade, IJttle aald, and when he refused to pick Phtor'* up from the floor where he (IJttle) had laid It, I'ltor ahot wltliln an Inch of hla foot. Thla occurred Kebruary 21. 1(22. TROUT ROD IS SIGN OF SPRING "Well. Kin, miring la here ail right 11*4 brought home a new trout rod tonlgbt, and you know that la a aura sign. He alwaya beglna to read up on Washington geography about thla time of yaur to find a brand new trout stream where ha haen't flahed yet. And spsaklng of aprlng, Hla. I suppose you will follow the usual lend and grab dad In a happy mood for a lot of new dutliea. How about itr* "Ton horrid thing. Too talk like I have to hit dad on the bead to get noma new things. Well, I don't aee aa It happen*. I am not even wor rled about eprlng clothes thla year." "Whew! llow come, Hla? doing to marry aome poor fellow who couldn't eerwpeT" Tiot yot. dear brother. Toil didn't know, did you. that dad l« riving m* a new allowaoc* and I ret my clothe* out of that. 1 buy evorythlng at Cherry** now. down on Mwond av*., het ween Mudlaon and Hprtng. 107 Itiallo ItldK.. o**i th* Plg'n Whlntl*. I d<>nt have to pay a large amount down when 1 mail* my purchaa* and then pay a convenient ium every month. Jolly rood plao*. I call If —Advertisement. Dr. Elliott Of iim CaNwvtty ColW-f* Ik^lui leondnn, ii 7« that ashaustlnn of th# irlanda "f internal Ncr»tl«B, and mora t>artietiiarly thoa* fUnili thai provide dynamic fore# to th* body ta now r*v<ignti»d a* lha <aus» of run d"wr» conditions and It la chief ly from th»a# glandular •übiUm-e« that affective Vnrdlratlun In d«riv««d Dr. fr'.lllott la a rr»at authority Th# • i*<iovernm«iit l'hyaician. l«»<aLa<| at the Port of iptciftlUMi on than# treatment* inr tklN Av*. Aaraaa TIIH Ave. fwmm feat affile MILWAUKEE TO SPEND BIG SUM Ton million dollars for Improvw Mlllll Thla la the hut* trim to b» ap»nt by tha Chicago, Milwaukee A Ht. Paul railway, aa evldenea Of Ita faJth In better bualueaa condition*. iword ">K to the inn»uncam«nt of Mary NUholaon, Waatarn frneral mana ger who haa Juat rat urned (o Heal tie from a (rip Kaal Included In the now plana ara pro Tlalona for rebuilding tha tracka be twaan Heat tie and Ttmnu, at a coat of 13(0,000, and Uia purrhaaa of 4,000 n*w boa ran and 2.(00 «oal car*. Work on tha Kaattla Timma tra/'ka la to be*ln a« aoon aa matart. Ala ran ba »«urnulaied and tha weather permlta. Claim* 3-Cent Fare Would Kill Building In a communication, Monday, to tha American Aaaot-iatlon of Knn neera. Kaattla group. R. Montall, con sulting engineer. with offices In tha Iturka block, Ktataa that aftar blda had been aecured and plana approvad for a el* atory retnforred concrete In duatrlal building, that he haa bean advlaed that If thara la an IncrtM in tha tax rata, auch aa provided un dar tha Krlckeon atraat car meaaura. tha building will not ha erected. Mon tall aaka that aft man Interaatad In building for a living. Including all orafUmen, work to dafaat tha bIU. Mints Turning Out $400,000 Every Day Four hundred thousand allver dol lar* dally I* reported to tm tho out put of th* United fit a ten mint*, now operating *lftit hour* a day and coining th* new dollar*, arrordlnc to th* "pear*" dealirn. Durlnc the l>ua|a«t period In th* mlntii In 1»»1. when tiirwe elghttiour ah I ft* were wnrklnr. approximately 100,090 dol lar* wer* coined dally. James B. Kinne to Seek Palmer Seat James B. Kinne praaldent of the Young Men'* Itapuhlloan rlnh In mi. ha* announced that he will run for tli* atat* <**ruite from the l?th dint net. E. B. Palmer. incumbant, and Robert A. Tripple, a memljer of tbo lower lioum, ax poet to fU* for U>* game offlca. Shop Pay Too High, Railways Maintain CHICAGO, March *o Nineteen Wiwtero railroad* today entered a plea of Inability to pay the praoent ■ral* of ware* for *hop craft em ploye* at a heartnc of th* United Staten railroad labor board. The PACE f» CONVENTION TO BE ABOARD SHIP Confectioners Will Visit In Many Cities Half a do*an rltiea. from Seattle »• Rkarway, will entertain the We«t*m Confectlonera' aaawlatlon In July whan tha eicuratuntiiui adopt the unique plan of holding their annual nimnwr convention aboard ahlp In A Lankan wa'«r«. Tha confectioner*, hea<l«-<l tiy ("heater K. Itoberta. pre*t« dent of the Imperial Candy Co.. H'-H --tie, who la head of tha a—notation, will nail from Kaattla July 15, mak inr tlia II day round trip. Tha ai'iiralon plana Include a aperlal trip to Hltka, tha old capital of Alaaka. a Ttalt to tha M<rid»nhaJl rlaclar, near Juneau. and. after ar rival at Hkarway. a jour nay over tha Whit* I'*j» A Yukon railroad t» I*ke Ilannett. hearing °t> tha road'a petltloo for a ware cut. If yotj value your watch. let Hay nee repair It Na*t Überty theatra^-Adr. Haf* for Infanta, Children or Adult*. GLYCEROLE LOBELIA Curm cough instantly. ()i>olaln» no opiiitefi or Injurtoim dru**. It'« th® beat rotifh m«dirln« made. Olvm mutant relief. &0c at drug #tor*». or m*nt, p. p.. by Jojro*r Uruff Co, Hpo kan*—Advert ft | | lf« la rnmt tlmt ukm m •■)(■• fman tow iudcv. TMnmutntwiMitlmi , *""— •"**• i~i -1 «■■!■! fill m It lata roar bM. ilk* lr> »l«M >ilk rmmt ar *<««.aa4fcy " tt cimlm tfWflWßo#eß gpww Mrfrarfrr WKtMI arraafc Ink J*" 11 * WW M null hm ttraartraar My *»Mt4riwiN ST£ 1 «• - o*ff fsvf wjlHoa pMfli in "•■aUrf Ins a—ay, tail <W a*» m>«f tkai It iwnMM u« "■■■«'* iMMtfwtMXftlMVnt ■ ■'•■ a. "»*»■ P">", a Mar '»•■«. HI l« mtli' toe If rmi ant (hat TirlW ton*. tfeat ateauaau»t atraatth ao anaa, to I"" »t»i la prarttcailr -* rrary «4nMla| la Ufa, r Sr -'jlzjt