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TTESDAY. MAUCII 28. 1922.
ISK V KOM ISM With tha lll.x-.VI lVno»m lunilwr Co. and tha Nip |wn l umber Co. rammlni op#r\ tlona, butlilMi pnv*pect* h»t» are Improving. The Miller rivar bride* 1* klni repaired by Itrur* Urn*. t"o rut ruction Co. The Rett Cough Syrup ia Home-made. HerVa u war nr •• U, >x »a It" M Hill) ;w) e«er i>w. You've probably heard of thia wen known plan of making rough avrup at home Hut have vou »»»t u*e.l Itf rhouian.lt of famil.ea. the world o»er, leei that they could hardly keei> house without l(. It* aim pi# and cheap, but the way tt take, hold of a cough will aoon earn it a permanent place in your home Into a pint bottle, pour t% ounce# ol I'iaai. than add plant granulated sugar ayrup to fill up tha pint. Or, if daaired, uae clarified molasses, honey, or com irrtip, inntead of sugar ayrup. Hither way. it taatea good, never «poila. and gnea you a fullpiat of better cough remedy than you could buy ready made (or threa timaa ita cuat. Tt la reaTlv wonderful how qairkty thia home made remedy conquer* a rough uaually in 44 houra or lea* It aeaiM to penetrate through every air paaaag*. looaena a dry. hoarsa or tight rough, lift* the phlegm. Sea la the membranes, and givea almost im mediate reltef Splendid for throat tickle, hoaraeneea. croup, bronrh tie and bronchial aathma Tinas it a highly coneantrated com pound of ganuine Norway pine e»- mV and has been used (or cenera tiona for throat and cheat ailment# To avoid diaappointment aak your druggiat for '"i% ounce* of Pine*" with directiona. and don't accept any th ng else Guaranteed lo give ahao luta tstiafart >n or money refunded. Tha l*inex Co.. Ft. Wayne. lad. AO Must Be Sold by April Ist TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEW PIANOS WHICH ARE ARRIVING EVEN NOW INVESTIGATE THIS OFFER AT ONCE T* l ' 9 Clearance Sale of Used Pianos, Player Pianos and ' ('.rand llanos was started Monday of last *wk and ia "" fp proving to us more and more every day that the people ■— are ready to lmy if you can prove to them that the price 1 <IUAJ,ty *' ou arc are riifht. Instrumenls ISt been taken 1 la aachaage dur- WWI Ins regular II iIC routine boat- DJ , r ! making taper am* w« Several thnc toubie I er Pianos. as m Whedock Pianola. Sieger moat <* the ht«h HI I I (■ I I & Sons, Farrand Cecilian. 1 ../jT'Tn I and at such prices as '»•"■»*- ■ *435.00 *525.00 urday rf'rmi, $625.00, 9750.00 and f875.00. Beautiful p*»*" MHHHHH Beautiful Baby (Jrands that will look like cases in mahogany, yoar par fin- -9775 AND Terms to suit any Terms to any good referenced I An Must All Must Be Sold 7%]. run 1 hh tm rtw* nas Thfe run. nil Sold AND MANY MORE SUCH AS « KOHLER & CAMPBELL SCHUBERT PIANO FARRAND PLAYER $225 $235 PIANOS $525 J. & C. FISCHER LESTER PIANO VICTOR CECIL!AN $275 $315 $675 V'CTOR PtANO STEMWAY P,ANO BUSH & LANE BUSH & LANE PIANO BUSH & LANE PIANO CECIL!AN $875 $485 $475 AND MANY MORE IMost of these instruments have retailed from $200.00 ■ to $500.00 above these prices. Mp< lAll Must Be Sold B^b. Every Piano, Player Piano and Grand Piano, no no matter how slightly used, has been reduced EpJJI iwi ITHEl THE TIM . E TO BUY " when • e,,in « u jA 1 |l\ I imperative; that time it right now. mK^hifr Man/ tlrnea before we hare been able to give the public excep- f~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~———————————v tlonal valuta and we probably will do ao attain, but there la pout- I'leaae md me drtalltal Information 'without obligation* lively no eirirns for anyone wanting a piano, player piano or grand . . . , I am in in. ••••••••••«•».«....-..-.,, . Prl«» Plana to go without now, aa theae price* and t'irma are aa low or lower than we hare ever had before. Seeing la believing. Tour nana Out-of-town mntomern can buy aa ratty aa thoae In the city. Addreaa Juat mall the coupon and a amall deposit and we will hold any _ . instrument you mention unUI you can aee It, or If not poatilble ' ° "" nrw "P"P*'- for yoa to coma to .Seattle place your confidence in ua and we Buah A I.ane Ptano Co., lglt Third Are, Seattle. S I will guarantee aaUafactlon. V____________^_______________________ - , SPECIAL TERMS DURING THIS SALE We Do As We Advertise Bring This Ad With You Bttsh&TcitßpiantiCjp. Everything Pertaining to Music MANUFACTURERS WHOLESALE 1519 Third Avenue RETAIL MYSTERY VEILS MAN'S INJURIES Henry Asendorf Unable to Tell How He Was Hurt Henry Aaendorf, 14. of tha I»ulaa apart me nta, 7IIIS JOth ava N. W. *v at the point of death In tha city hoapital Tuoaday. Buffering from conmiaalon of the brain, which may hava been Inflicted by tmndlta or by ui automobile. Aaendorf haa hewn unable to ahed any light on tha mystery further than to say ha had bean atruck by aomethtng. Ha had b«*n miaaing •inoa Saturday night when he wan dered away from hi* apartment. Monday afternoon a woman ran into a Htandard (UI station at I«th av& N. W and iMry ava Hba told the attendant. L H, Warner, that a man had juat paaaed ataggering down tha "treat wtth hta fane and head covered with blood, Warner atarted a aearch and aoon located Aaendorf and took him to tha city hoepltal Aaendorf hw bean In a atata of coma aince Warnar found him. wtth only brief apella of ronacjouanaaa. Public Hearing on Hospital Ordinance Another public hwnni will be held Wptlnwday by the public iuUeiy i«m mlttM) of the council on Uw protwod ardiiunni removing the prohibition on hospital* within IM (««t of a public park or boulevard. It la an nouncwd by <*hairtnan Philip TtlMtall DRY AGENTS GO TO CUBA IIAVAN Cuba, March Amrrl ; cwn prohibition enforcement a|«iiU are In Havana today determined to cut off at lt« aource Iht atream of Immihi flowing from the Went Indloa to the ÜBltrd Hl«lw. Led by Col. Ntitt, chief of »lw nar colic division of lha Tolled Htatea trcaaury department. "It eecret agenta are making a Ihoro Inveatign turn of hooae smuggling o|>eratlnna FYom Culm they plan to go to other Wert Indian lalanda from which li quor la ahlpped lo the malnlaud. M Willi I'AIJIWKIi. and city councilman were eapertrd to attend the public reheariml of the American legion band at l«l«H Third ave Tuanday evening. Appetite Keen and Bowels Relieved Yam can rattah your meal# wttbont tmt G^UMla Uvet Mia. JIBITTLJjC r°T oo ' h t^ THE SEATTLF STAR Lundy Sends Scorching Letter to Union League Demands It Tell Who It It and State Facts About Meier Tha first real sensation In the j mayoralty i um|> tißii nine* tha spe< ■ tacuiar last mlnul« entry of IJean | Miller and later wllhilniwitl from the race came Irnlay from Ira I>, I.UM'ly, who **nt a aimlliiK letter to the Union commenting on lt« In dorseinent of Walter K, Melor. Foi lowing la I.undy's letter: Mr. lw«vid W. Itowen, Chairman. Mr. Paul C. Harper. Hccr*tary. Heattl* Advisory Council of Wash ins ton Union l,e*gkl* club, Outral building, Heattl*, Washington. | t ieiltlciuell I hav* mad with ronalderahl* In tera*t tha atatement. a* published In ihc paper*. r««>r<llni tha formal in dorsement of Walter M'ltr for mayor bjr tha body which you rep resent. Th* statement declare* the council la made up of representatives of tha "different civic, business and tax watching organisation* of tlx city." Would It be saklng too much to hava you furnish ma or the pr»w. with a Hat of tha name* of tha or gamaatlons that are affiliated with ' yours? I am a member of several auch organisations and on lnva*tig« Hon find that they hava taken no part In tha deliberations of tha Meat- 111« Advisory council, and the word In* of your atatement indii-ates that all auch bodlaa might be members. Toy also state that tha orgnnlma lion "wiH conduct a fight to lircak I up tha political ring at the city hall " Will you pleas* explain, If thla l» your real deaire, why you Indoraa for mayor the only candidal* who la connected In any way with tlia city hatlT You further atate tha pubtlc'a cred it ha* been reikl«'«aly Involved at th* city hull, but do not explain na a "tax watching" body why the coat of conducting th* office over which your Indorsed candidal* hu been head during the past three year*, has been so much higher than any city In tha United Htate*. You alao atate, "We be I leva that •II public utllitle a ahould ba man aged by men technically trained for llutt purpose and of demonstrated capacity." Aaaumlng the city of Heattla la ona large utility, th* mayor ahould b* the kind of person dew rlbed In your statement. I'lena* explain by what reasoning you ar rived at the conclusion that your In dora*<l candidate for mayor could In any way fill this poaltlon, as In checking back hi* public statements as to his activities during th* past It years, his biggest Job Is tha on* ha now hold*. Tou a lan atata that the council 1 will "conduct a vlgorou* campaign In ' behalf of your Indorsed cuiilliliito* which statement mca na, 1 aup p»>*e, Ihe spending nf hirer lumi of money, I would like to have you ; explain the difference between thoee methoda and ihoee uaed In the now f.imoim Newberry r-ampuJgn. WHAT NKKI> NOW ►I>R IMHUtNKMKNTT I alao would like lo aak !f the Seat tle Advisory council la not the execu tive cmnfcilttw of the Waahlngton I Union I .engne eluh. and did not the committee. or «noth«r rep re writing the I'nion cluh. cell 10® Mr. Meter for* )>« (||a| end by prom lee of flnuirltl and other •up port, Induce him to enter the race? If till* la true, then why the nere*. *tty for an Indorsement at thli time? Why not publish the facta, that your committee selected Mr. Meier aa | your candidate before he filed and ' that you have alwaya t»»llcv»d him I to he the beat qualified for the job; ; that you have not at any time con- I aider»<d the quallfinUoM of any i other candidate? My ob>»ct in addreaalng to yotj thla open letter la to (five you aa repre eentatlvee of such an Influential body aa you claim to repreaent. a chance to explain to the many rltlarna and votera of Meatlle so that the doubt which eeema to have arisen froni your prevlou* statement may be dla , pelted. I would make one further rvwjneat. I that In arranging 'he meetings for your indorsed candidate, you will pee ! .mn the writer to appear at euch 1 I meetings for, nay. 10 mlnutaa. sothat II may have an opportunity In pre • «ent my candidacy I will, of raurte. ! iw willing to pay my pro rala of ex penae for thla privilege An early rv ply will he appreciated. Itaepertfully yourx IRA D. LTTNDT. March rr. 1932 Balks at Jap-White Marriage License* KVKHKTT, March Amfrl««n Int*rmarrl*ir«*a will | not r**utt frntn any lloenaea iaaued at Iht Hnohominh county hutkHflK In Kv»ntt urordin* to Auditor I*. T. Li**-, who Monday refuaed to rrant a llrrn** to a proapertlva JntHiiiM* groom and an American bride. 3 Indians Sought Following Murder WHITE SWAN. March 21.—Au thorltlea are searching for three In i dkans. wanted In connection with the slaying of <»eorg»i Erhart. It. *hw ; body was found In hia shop at the i Country rjub, two miles nuit of hepr Mullet murk* an«l many *lgns of a j lewperate atrugftle were discovered. Wife, 21, Quits Her 73-Year-Old Hubby BRISTOL* It I , March 2* Mr*. Jonathan iKwffrcy, txviuttful 21 year old wlff of J, I»odfrey, 72-year-old Hrldffeport millionaire, haa ieft th© hom* of her huahand. declaring that for the aake of "happln**aa" *he muat dlvorca him. Coastwise Vessel to Install Radio Radio receiving and broadcasting art* are to he Installed in the dining room, ballroom and social hall of the coastwise liner lluth Alexander, ac cording to K. W, llnrnmnn. supervl*. or of the purser's department of the j Admiral line. KI>OWKR AND NWKKT rKA "Novßivrrwr At thl* store you run alwnys find the latest Introductions, you do not have to send Kaet for Ihem. Burpee'* 1922 *nd I*2l VAKIKTIKS In *took. IIKINO us your gardening problems "we will help ynu." COLT-Mc liOtTORMN, 1103 First Ave. Elliott Blßd.—-Advertisement. JUST THE THING FOR A SORE THROAT WHAT you rall"jutt a tore throat" may in a few days turn out to be something much more acrioua. With every breath you inhale infectious germs, and the soft tissues ol the throat form an ideal aod for their growth and •piead, possibly resulting in laryngitis, tonsillitis, influenza. Alwavs hare handy the ronrenient-to take, pleasant tasting, vet powerfully antiseptic Kormiminf Tablets. Dissolve one in the mouth nnw and then, slowly, freeing an efficient antiieptic that tnixea vith the aaliva, and continuously bathea the infected membranes, checking germ life. Children like them. Relieves hoarseness. Especially effective for tinge r«, speakers, Smokers,lecturers,etc. 60( at all druggists. formamint M GERM-FIGHTING THROAT TABLETS VWmnnM It mir trmrt« mart.. It iiW>ntiftM onr product H«MT Cr>. 1 nr , Yrwh the RHODES 52: Our Wind oat b Will Tell Wednesday—A Spring Day Offering of Piece Goods Sharply Reduced All Yardage Goods Are in Full Bolt Pieces An Attraction—worth consid- A. Saving—to the school girl who oration by the woman planning her is al>out to make her own Spring and spring dressmaking. Summer dresses. —I tamest ir Hcctlon, t pper Main Floor White Voiles Amoskeag Ginghams Special 39c Yard Special 23c Yard 1,000 yards of White Voiles in self 1,000 yards of Amoskeag Ginghams stripes and figured patterns; formerly in stripes, checks and plaids, and 32 r>oc, 65c and 75c a yard. Special for inches wide; formerly 30c a yard. Wednesday, a yard, 39*. Wednesday, special, a yard, 23<. Japanese Crepe Figured Percales Special 27c Yard Special 15c Yard 20 pieces, amounting to 800 yards, 350 yards of Percales, with light and in all the desirable colors; formerly grounds and small figured patterns; 40c a yard. Special Wednesday, a yard, formerly 20c a yard. Wednesday, yard, 27*. 15*. Plisse Crepe Special 25c Yard Let Us Help You Plan 1# piece* of mrrr «00 yards of Pllsae Crepe In JL XT 7~» * plain whit* and pink, formerly lie a yard. Hp*- tfl€ l\ 6U) L/TCSS 171 elal Wednesday, a yard, itlit. Striped Outing Flannel TllC Bcltobc IWQy Special 18c Yard The Belrobe method is an added tSO yards of Outing flannel. X Inches wld* , . T , , and in *n a««nm«nt of atnped pattern* for. feature offered by the Designer Pat rnerly He a yard. Special Wednesday, a yard, tern Co., and their representative, pi c u i|; nff now ' n our Pattern Department, will _ . , « i be glad to explain its advantages to Special \2 l / z c Yard you (90 yards of flay Suiting In dark color* with small white figures and stripes Thla material We a]SO Carry the Complete line Of is n inchea wid*. a yard. ta*«. McCall's and Pictorial Review Pat- Pattern Table Cloth. terns - The new P attern styles wi » S ecial Half Price gi ve you some splendid ideas for that Spring dress. 10 unen Table Cloth, tlwt ar* rtlghUy .oiled r.U<r» Dept.-lpper Mate Floor from display will b* placed on aai* Wednesday at lUl>- I'RIC'K. ADMITS FIRING HIS OWN HOME Recauae he wanted to collect the 11.060 insurance money on the place D. A Rkeen aet fire to hla houae. 10! 1 W. Thlmle plane, according to a confetnrlon signed Monday In the presence of Deputy Prosecuting At torney Ralph Hammer and Deputy Fire Marshal It- J. Krneer. A com plaint charring arson wo* filed xgalnst Hkeen in auperlor court. /Poslam / soon clears a bad / complexion —* I Om »i|M y*m ran oftaa aw Um I sad Pcaiia .V>ap | la ptapiy, blatcfcy eonplniaai. I TWO gcati*. h«*Lng ia*4»nHk»a \ imim to b» the r+ry tkiog vv«#d«d V la Slap Uwi annoying kUmakau V AM with IW skia oaea \k elnar agtia, tK* regular J* # 1 BM •( fetlia Srvap Is f/4 eaaally eaaugh ta kaap 1% (// rt»r»i#|ly h#thhy. r«s- C Urn ao«p Hi spltidWl for th. hs r.toa. It c*ac-ks 4aadr*B. U) The Store for Useful Articles Store Hours—B:3o A. M. to 6 I'. M. Betty Bright Aluminum TEA KETTLE Wednesday w<- nrc going to of- B fer thin pure Aluminum Tl V m:tti.n at a low price. No. slie. CI A bat SI. SO. No plmnf or C. O. 11. order* GARDEN TOOLS Special at 49c r» Your choice of 3 Big M Garden Specials aW D-handle Square Point 12-tooth Steel Rake *■/ Weeder; just the thing fr to get the dande- jjt SPECIAL AT B-ijaW 49 f EACH. No phone or C. O. I). orders Fkeen'a effort mlrht have gone un detected had he not failed to allow ventilation. InatHd ho cJooed lh( houiw up tight and the Are died out when tha oxyiren In the room waj exhausted. Hkeen pulled over a lighted lamp Into a pool of coal oil by meana of a string when he left tha house In the mornlnc. WHEN THEY SAY THEY HAVE THEM FOR $2.46 THEY MUST PRODUCE! "Value* as low as $2.4«." Ever see this advertisement? And did you go Into the shop to buy a pair of pants at that prtc« and he told that tha last one has just been sold? And did It occur to yon that perhaps tha merchant only had one pair of panu priced at 12H. and that he used that pair as a decoy for your hard-earned dol lar!? This ts the brand of fraudu lent advertising that the Better Buslne** Hureau Is attempting to have prohibited by city ordi nance Charles T. Don worth, asslitant corporation counsel, held today that the city has the police pow er to make this and similar prac tices Illegal. Cold water, according to high au thority, Is a valuable stimulant. Elihu Root Pleads for Talk on Army BAN FRANCISCO. "Dtacuasion Is what makM (TOW opinion In a democracy and public opinion rulea the world," declared Kllhu Root In a brief addreaa be fore a dinner given bjr the Ameri can Army Officers' association. "There must be public opinion r» rardlng a aane military poltcy." SHE DARKENED HER GRAY HAIR Tells How Shr l»kl It WiUi » Horn* Mrs. E. H. Boots, i well known resident of Buchanan County, la„ who darkened her gray hair, made the following statement: "Any lady or gentleman can dark en their gray or faded hair, and make It soft and glossy with thl* Simple remedy, which they can mis at home. To half a pint of water add 1 ounce of bay rum. ona small bo* of Bar bo Compound and U ounce of glycerine. These ingre dients con be purchased at any dry store at very little cost. Appli'df* the hair every other day untlfthe gray hair Is darkened sufficiently. It does not color the scalp, is not greawy and does not rub off. It will make a gray.haired person look twenty years younger. Adverti.se ment. BROOM SPECIAL Special at 69c The Crescent Brooms are made of select East ern broom coin, 5-sewed —with plain varnished |KSJ handle. Do not miss this bijr bar pain—come early. Regular $l.OO value. SPECIAL at 60f. No phone or C. O. D. orders GARDEN SEEDS SPECIAL 8 Packages 25c Seeding time is now on. At this price you should buy your season's supply. Your Choice of Our Reg ular 5c Packages of Vegetable Seeds—SPECIAL at 8 Packages for 25^ PACT? 5 Ma«|e Remedy