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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22. 1922.
Member American Homes Iturenu Removal Sale If you are going to replenish your homo with j new furnishings this spring, this Red Tag Removal Sale offers great opportunities. Come in today and make your selections while the assortment is at its best. Overstuffed Davenports at $B5 Here's a piece of furniture that is welcome in any home and enjoyed by every member of the family. I*arge, comfortable Overstuffed Davenport with double cushion seats, spring back, tapestry cover ing, outside l>ack of same material, many patterns to select from. Removal fcQli ft A Sale price vOvtUU /" " 1 " X Special Easy Payment Plan During Removal Sale To make it possible for every customer to buy all they may want, we are extending special easy terms during this sale. T*t us add your name to our thousands of satisfied customers. $ 50 Purchase, $ 1.00 Down, $l.OO Per Week $ 75 Purchase, $ 3.00 Down, $1.25 Per Week $lOO Purchase, $ 3.00 Down. st.:»o Per Week $l5O Purchase, $ 7.30 Down, $2.00 Per Week $2OO Purchase, $lO.OO Down. $2.50 Per Week $250 Purchase, $12.50 Down, $.1.00 Per Week $3OO Purchase. $15.00 Down, $4.00 Per Week No Extra Charge—No Interest Willow and Reed Arm Chairs yftfyiii] 'i \2\ Willow and Reed Arm , vfr J Chairs in three different sty,es - comfortable CBBHlflfc 'ilraMl chairs, suitable for the liv roorn» sun P° re h or sum mer home. All well made fejj. .-'I- and of closely woven, clear material, in both light and f" J \ dark finish. Values up to M w $16.50. Re- or » ( ' moval Sale price V » WHERE PIKE MEETS FIFTH gpyfi FORNTTUH3& CO. INC. LIBERAL. CREDIT EXTENDED IHIHIIIIINew Phone-Elliott 4910f9H||||| Children Crusader*' Fathers in Prison ST. LOUIS. Marrb 22.—Children crusaders who will ask tTtftideM Harding to rrleaM their from federal prlaon. where they are irv- In* for violation of the aa- pionajje act, gathered here today. The JO children will start their pil grimage to Washington within a tew day#. Their party will b» augmented at Chicago. t«etrolt, Cincinnati and Philadelphia. Vine# are levied on persons who atay out after certain hour# In Stutt gart fiermany. pimples and are g ause( i by DOilS errors of diet Fleischmann's mm fresh yeast corrects H the cause A well-known skin specialist say* that pimples are "signal flags of dan ger" often indicating errors in diet. Th»fMniUarUn-fonp»c*. Indeed pimples are so frequently associated with faulty habits of «(• with »A« yllow eating and improper digestion that the first thing to do is to see that /• thm only form in which our fgoJ jg right. F/anac/unann a /a Fresh yeast is a wonderful corrective food for these skin disorders. Fleiachmann's Yeast is nch in the elements which improve appetite and digestion and which keep the intestines clean of poisons. Physicians and hospitals all over the country are recommending Fleischmann's fresh yeast for pimples and boils. It gets right at the basic cause of these complaints. Kat 2to 3 cakes of Fleischmann's fresh yeast daily before or be tween meals to keep your skin healthy. Place a standing order with your grocer. 94 Pass Exam for State Instructors N*in»'y four candidate*. who took the Mitri h state teachers' examina tion. hare panned the teals and will receive certificate# shortly. Thirty lhr<-e aspirant* failed to maks the required grade*. Free Lances Hear Hergesheimer Talk Joseph Hergeahelmer. norelist. ad dresaed the Seattle organization of Free trances at the Washington Hotel Tuesday night. Ghost-Hunting Machine Is Invented "Psychic Howler" Will Catch Spooks • • • IIY IIRKKWAK!) C'ARRIN'UTON. I'll. 11. Dtrwlcr Amerieaa tad laharalf) ; Amh»f mt *Tr«» l>h«l WwiM." "The *f Nyrklcal Th# rhy.)r«l f*».«*o •«.*••• ma m*4 ii)» Wmr," etc. NKW YOKK. Mirth IS.—A ghost hunting mu< hine has been Intrntnl. The ghost detector. the only scientific | mn-huilm of Its kind in the world, jig the uiulometsr—or "psychic bowl er." This machine. t»lr»ic perfected at I the American Pay cMe Institute %nd | Laboratory. will solve such problem* | as the ghost m> *terle« In Antigunish. Nov* Scot la, and Alva, okl*. Haunted house* will give up their secrets only by the scientific uae of the ululomeler. Cameras. phonograph record* and aound amplifier* Do ghosts exist? Yes certain type*. Tho 70 per rent of reported cases have been ahown to be fraud*. And the 3# per cent of apparently genuine cases remain unexplained. II Science 1* quite sura moat gbo*t* ' »re hallucination*. Ilut I myself have seen genuine one* more than once—not lor ma. but hand*, arm* and bead*. Have ghost* mind «nd body? W# do not know about the mind, but science say* a genuine ghost ha* a body, an inUnglbla tluog lighter than i | sir. i I would measure these phsntom thing*—photograph Ikem—record the i sounds they make. The ululometer Is an Intensely sen sfthre coil of 3.000 finely turned cop | per wire* which may be set up In a Swimming pool at I.una park opens Saturday. March IMatnt. NO MORE Braadi Stores for Shaner & Wolff! Because their Tacoma Store was a losing venture and had to be closed, They have two stocks in the Seat tle store —with room for one! Something Must Be Done! See Thursday's Papers THE SEATTLE STAR Dr. Hereward Corrington demonstrating to woman t'n icstigator how ihr psychic ululomrter record» the energy radiated by a human being or yhost approaching the tnl, cotl of trirca (center). Ih low, Dr. Walter franklin Pierre, tyientigt, is tthown fright) talking to Alex Mac Donald in whose farm horse in Sora Scotia Dr. Pierce has been in veitigating incendiary upooks. room believed to be haunted, and connected by wires with a receiving apparatus In snother room where the observer listens thru telephone receivers. The ululometer reveals the pre*, ence of any energy, living or disem bodied-human being or ghost that comes within six feet of the coll. I >w» a ghost breathe? Iws It have a heart thai beats? Nobody knows. Hut Just ss the delicately a J juste,| ululometer record* the elee- Ulc energy radiated by a living per son's heart and lung*. It would by a variation in the electrlo current passing thru ths coil record any form of energy possessed bjr a spirit or astral body. If it—ghost or human being—ap proaches i lose to th* roll there Is a howling nois« of very loud pilch audible In the receivers, which In creases in pitch as the body comes nearer. t.hoatly »nunil» thoa can b* record r«l and prn»r»«l on phonopuph rec. orda. by the dm of an amplifier. And the nun'rt may catch whatever rmi nation or materialised aub* tanc«! eitata before the phantom form dia aolvm. What the "p*ychl« howler" would detect In nirh ruw aa the 31 my a. terioue flrea In the" Mm-Dona Id houae at Antigonlxh and the aeven fimt that buret out In one nlcht In Mr*. [Ol» Hmlth'a houae In Alva. Okla.. la a matter of conjecture. From a common aenae point of lt la absurd that flrea ahould break out In auch ghoatty faahlon— but curloua thlnira do happen. i<«prriaa<. !»!!. by x r. A INGROWN TOE NAIL How to Toughen Skin to Nail Tura» Out lta«lf A few dropa of "Ouurro" upon Lh« «kln aurroundlng tha ingrowing nail redutwa inflammation and pain and ao toughena tha tender, aenaltlve akla underneath the toe n»ll, that It can not penetrate the fleali. and the nail turaa naturally outward alinoat over night. "Outgro" ta a harm lea a antlaeptla manufa> tured for clilropodlata. How ever. anyone can buy from the drug atore a tiny bottle containing direc tlona.—Advertiaement. I Look for the picture of this quail on the wrapper of every roll of 808 WHITE PAPER You get a lot for your money when you buy 808 WHlTE—the BIG Value, National Standard Roll. The price and the Quality never change. and 10fi a Roll. Sold EVERYWHERE. ASK for 808 WHITE A. P. W. PAPER CO., Makers, Albany, N. Y. AMERICAN PAPER CO.. Wholesulc Distributors, Seattle. JACK DEMPSEY LACKS IN PULL POItTUAND. March* *SKfforta of Jack Ivmpsey. world's heavy weight boxing thamplon. to obtain the release of Harry Uivta, con virted drug peddler. from punish meat In federal court her* thru possible In/ltf-ncr with Chief of fo lic* K. It. Jenkins, has proved fruitless. It became known today. l<*mp«ey wired Chief Jenkins on March SO from the Hotel ftelmont In New York, asking Jenkins to "go the limit" In a>4)ng ths young man. characterising fa vis as **a sick boy." Itavis* brother Is a well known New York song writer, a close friend of IVmpsey, Ihttis has not yet bean sentenced. Chief Jenkins said he had disregarded tha lehv graphio request. FUNERAL SERVICES for John Milton Maris. 13, civil war veteran and prominent Shriner who died Sunday at hia home. 1705 34th avo, were held at I p. m. Tumhy at the Bonney-Watson Undertaking eatab iiahment. IMVKKKin POST No. 11. Amer lean legion. will give a vaudeville, mualcal and motion picture profrun at the L'nlvernity Neptune theater. Thuraday night. Ueut. Oov. "Wrt" Coyle will apeak. Dr. J. EUGENE jordan. 71. plo nerr Seattle phj alctan, died at hi* home In the Mutual Life building Tueaday after an llloeaa of two year*. MAYOR AND LITTLE PLAYMATES WILL BE PRESS CLUB GOATS Muyor Caldwell and hla little playmate*, the city coun< llrnen. will be the goat* Wedneaday night at the Seattle I'rca* club. They will be the butt of all the jokea. It la mayor* night, and Mayor Caldwell, who la In the city fur the <x<aaion, will bo Hie guo»t of honor. Cjldwell will be permitted to aay a few wolds In hla own do fenae. After the mayor geta thru ■peaking lun<-h will bo aerved ami a good time la promised to all. the RHODES co. Our Window> Will Tell New Silk and Wool Dresses r—a Splendid Values at $ 19.50 l! , Smmd 11«*>r Unusually charming and delightful arc the styles, colors and materials combined in this group of Spring /,/' T\ Dresses—and more, they are so reasonably priced. (' \ |||| . Canton Crepes, Taffetas, Tricotines, Serges and !*•> 1 Twill Cords are becomingly made up in colors of navy, Mohawk, brown and tan, with trimmings of plain and fancy braid, beads and colored embroidery. It! tHx All Dresses in the assortment are fashioned in fancy and tailored models. The Dress sketched is of 1 Navy Canton Crepe, beautifully trimmed with col- h j ored beads. gf \ *■l €• Curtain Materials CpfKT Main Moor MAK4I IHKTTK fl RTAINR hrmailt<-t>rd. With llirnim lif« In will* and narrow wullhr, a lar««< ii«u»ortn>'-nl of l«tt»rn» In whH». crrarti and trru. Ki>rm»rly II.SO. Thir rU\. it pair §1.93 (I'KTAIN KWIMIW —:M yard*. In atrial and flcurcd dmiffna iniuhl* tor ruffled curtain* Hp*< lal. a sard, 2ft# MAKQI INKTTKN. with taped ed«t, In white, «nm and ecru. HM» yard* at »p«-ci»l, * yard 25# Domestic Attractions I'pprr Main Miior OITINti rUNNK l.#M yard*. 14 lnch#a wide. and l<f fancy colors. Hpcclal. a >ard 1W MI SlJN—Kruk of lh» lion; M fn< he* wldr, 600 yard* at. a|n~iil. t» yard 3ft# l> CAMBRIC—S«O >ard«. S< Inche* wlda and of a heavy w«-ifht for uiidrrwear. hpe. lal, a >ard Lenin Sendt for German Physician lOCm-IN. March II. —Prof. (fc-ors* Clcmrwrrer, apadalurt on UUarnal l!»«-«*e*, ba* been atHMßßnad to Moarow. It Is rcporlad ha will UcmX 1-remter Ijenln. finnv. 7# lana-uagea »nd dialecta are .ait lo be apokfD In TUU*. At&Uc RmrtL WOMEN! DYE THINGS NEW IN "DIAMOND DYES" Kach package of 'jnamond Uyea"' contalna directlona ao aimplo any woman can dye or tint her wurn. ahabby drcmee. nkirta, walata, couta. Blocking*. awcatera, covering*, dra peries, hanging*. everything, even if *he haa never dyed before. Huy "Diamond Dyea"—no other kind then perfect home d>elng la aure, be '•-•iu»e Diamond Dyea are guarantee not to apot, fade, Mrcak or run. Tell your drugglat whether the material you wlah to dye la wool or allk, or whether It la linen, cotton or mixed gooda.—Advertiaement. =SSS== The Store for Useful Articles ■■ 510 UNION Store Hours: 8:30 A. M. to 6 P. M. — Winslow Bali-Bearing Johnson's Floor Wax ROLLER SKATES Special 59c Pint Can Special at $2.69 Pair For Special we offer . ing you Johnson's Prepared Liquid Wax or Paste at a great saving:. For your floors and furniture this wax will give you the proper finish. Very little rub bing is required to produce a beautiful JWy *3HB® finish. SPECIAL at 59< pint can. Just received a big shipment of the Winslow ball-bearing:, self-con- Blue BITQ tained Roller Skates. They are a great favorite with the lx>ys and and ijAUvfcalxiJ girls on account of their easy run- # _ _ - _ . ning wheels and sturdy construction. special, bet Of 0, at "oC They can lie adjusted to different r sizes; for Thursday, special at $2.09 This is an 808 WHITE TOILET PAPER Xular^ S '7 > p<u 1 | 1 1 !>/» Cups and y 4 ROLLS lilt „ r -v V POLAR WHITE SOAP ~ uce "' (for the Laundry) Thursday SPECIAL AT— If- we offer you 4 BARS FOR.. IOC this BIG SPECIAL at OS* 4 , set of fi. No Phone or C. O. D. orders No Phone or C. 0. D. orders Women's Gowns and Chemises Choicc 95c Each I mwt \lnin Moor Women's downs and Chemises of novelty striped and flaked voiles in flesh-color are attractive values offered for Thursday's selling, at »51 each. The Gowns are plain and the Chemises are in l>oth plain and laco-trimmed styles. Sizes range from 36 to 44. A SPECIAL PURCHASE Men's Dress Shirts 95c y $ 1.35,52.50 THURSDAY—FRIDAY—SATURDAY Main floor At this opportune time, when men are thinking about New Shirta for Spring, we, indeed, feel fortunate in offering this new shipment of splendid values at prices only heralded through the advan tages of a special purchase. I.oo* IIKKS.H SHIKIS of heavy quality prnln, full rut and with aoft cuffs. In a host of attractive pattern* and color com bination*. Knch. »s*. "I# MADKAH HHIKTH of eord»d materials. well made, wl'h Kronen tuff, and fancy pearl button*. In neat «trlped pattern* of blu«. lavender, black and whit* and pink combinations. Each, 91.35. Ma KHIKTH. Inrludlnf woven madraa, Imported madraa, I corded marira*. ailk atripinga and Uuaman cord.*, that are val- I u»« vou can more fully appreciate upon inrpecUolE Each. . $2.50. < omplele moje of iiin> from M lo 17 W7HEN you arc I I* tired—when I you've over-eaten I —•after smoking. I The fir»t prp.in cbewiaf I fan—and always th« I ■A »"•« popaUr. I JSeeman's I pepsin Charing Gum I PA(;k af