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TTTSPAY, APRIL 11, 11*22.
Why they f like Lifebuoy m Thousands of women have told why they m like Lifebuoy. M Here are a few of the things they say: m "It leaves my skin so soft and smooth." m "It keeps my hands from feeling dry and K harsh.'' m "It has such a pleasant after-feeling." m " When I use Lifebuoy, I can almost feel m its palm and cocoanut oils flowing over ■ my hands.'* ■ What is the secret? Simply that Lifebuoy I cleans the whole depth of the pores—and opens I them to Lifebuoy's softening palm and cocoa ■ nut oils. ■ It has given housekeepers and women who ■ work with their hands a new idea of skin com- _ M fort and health. ■ It is a soap you win love to use. I \LIFEBUOV \HEALTH SOAPy The big RED oak* RAYMOND. Funeral a»rvU-*a held Tu«»<Uy for Emera L D« For rest (J. who wu kin«d whila work U>X on etm«n in Rvmoixl mill V* •its coming! the / fant star of the . motoring /-v Easter Clothes on Credit ATTRACTIVE /rl V R SUITS IN TRICOTINES CAPES, WRAPS (J g AND TWILLS AND SPORT (OATS Cltvtrly tailored novelties In tuns nnd navy. Wraps and cap«s in all high shades, blacks and 'lombliilnK style and service In garments of un navy—ln Orlando, Veldyrte, Normandy and other unuul utility. modern materials. Women who wenr nl*< h larger than the usual 42 Polo Coata In Camel's Hair, Tweeds and striking ran be fitted here, as we carry a complete seler I'lalds—for women, mioses and d» * A C/"k " on garments In hI/jm from Cf\ children. I'rlcea from vi I■ DU 47 to SS VM /•O vl >mall amount urul arrnniir for I l(w}bjyHßHaasM|ik_ M1 1 yf' Ihe lialsnce In weekly or 1"*!^ ?0» I n ion HI 1332 1334 Second Ave. "KKKITNO nr will tha mib- Jart of a iM tur* by Dr Maud Parltar Nfnn tho AthMk club at lha T. W. C. A. Tixwlar at 7)op. ro Tha pub lie L* InviONl. Don't Spoil Your Child's Hair by Washing It When you *uh rt>ur child'* hair, be careful whs I you W. Mnet mapa •ad prep* r~l ihunpoon contain too much alkali. which la very Injurious, as It drtm tha scalp and makes tha hair brittle. The befft thin* to use la Mulsiflsd coroanut oil shampoo, for this Is purs and entirely *reasele«s It's wrr ' h»sp and beats mi> thin* rise all to piece*. Two or three teasponnfuls of Mill slflad In a cup or irlaas with a Itttls warm water Is all that la required. Himt'tv moisten the haJr with wstar. and rub It In. It makes an abun dance of rich, creamy lather, cleanses thor'Mii-hljr, and rinses out easily. Tha hair drle, quickly snd evenly, tnd Is soft, fresh lonkm». hrljtht. fluf fy. wavy and easy »o handle Itesldea. It looeens and takes out every par tlcla of dust, dirt and dandruff. Tou ran «et Mulslfled at any dru« store, and a few ounces will last everyone in the family fo r month* lie sure your druwrlst fives you Mulslfled.— Advertisement. PMNNKY KIIMiK lmi>ro*at»ant rlab will h«/ l>mn tendon. K. J. Ilrown. T. J. C*unnln#ham and H. * To mar. mayoralty rnndidmiaa, and Mra. Ilanry 1-ajvW. F. D llaydan. Chartaa ft. Oailant and C K. Cola imt. council randtdataa, al a »»t ln» at I p m W»di»»»d«y. Th» nw*t in* will ba held In tha Me'hodlirt church at tld >L and Graonwuod atra. ARENA MHT rrmmh r. W-4 ¥ II I 1' % KREISLER WtrM'i <.r»»lMl % lollnut • r.AT *AI.K HOW—AIUCWA THE SEATTLE STAR IN ENGRAVING BUREAU ROW l.ouis Albert Hill, left, new director of the Iturrau of Print ing and h'ngrnving, succeeding J a men F. W'ilmarth, rxght. Hi solutions for investigation into the s widen dismissal of W'ilmarth and practical]/ hi# entire staff have been intro duced in congress and the senate. Big Colorado River Project in Balance IIY JACK Jl Nt.MKYKH DRNVKR, April II The bridling of (.0M.900 wild horeepow*r on th* Colorado rtvar to agricultural and It' du.trtal pur|Hia*« In the .even *tat«a adjacent to tha *tr**t ia In th* b*l anc*. The conrluelon of th* Colorado riv er commiealon field hearing*, preald ed over by Herbert Hoover, aecretary of couimerv*. advanced the project to th* critical »tage. Th* furmulattoo of an agreement bertween California. Arlaona, New Mexico. Nevada. Colorado. Utah and Wyoming us the one eide and the federal government on th* oth*r I* th* neit *tep. Ita realisation atlll in doubt— would maan co-ordinated, acientlflc t>ubllc conaervatlon and ua* of what Hoover term* "on* of the nation'* greatest awl*." Kallure would mean a greedy erramble. eridlea* liti gation and prtrat* exploitation. That agreement la going to tie a tough Joh. owing to the reluctance to compromlae. "Mlate * right*" will play an important part. Knglneera who have (tudted the Colorado notably Ulroctor Arthur I*. Uavle of the U H rwlamatlon eervine unite la eaytng there le enough Water for all for at leaat 10 Shot* Lend Speed to Bandits' Flight Two a hot a. fired by Patrolman W K Herg at two bandit au«pecta early Tuesday, lent considerable speed to the men'* escape, folios ears were dispatched to search tha district around Heeentb in. N. ml Harrl soo et_ where the shooting occurred, but 'he bandits had stepped so rapid ly that tba police declared tbejr were | probably In MamU« llerg cemnuuidMl tha two me« to halt when he saw them acting sua. piciooaly. Tha roupls turned and fled. Increasing their speed at ererjr! tump, according to tlerg. who then started shooting. f \ Newsboy Is Slugged and Robbed by Thug While collecting on his paper route at I 10 Monday night. W J a newsboy, of 1119 2llh ave N K. waa slugs") and r«»bl>e<l of 111 by a bandit In front of the home of J. T. Krlck—n. 403J ISth ave N. K Cameron was found a few moments later. lying acnas the sidewalk. P<> lire from l>ensm«ire precinct search, ad th* neighborhood hut failed to lo cate the bandit. Cameron did not see hla aasailant. owing to the sudden n»es of the sttsck. Man Takes Poison, but Dose Too Small Amos Itllev. IS. a harher, attempt rd to end his life Monday night by swallowing sulphuric acid In hla home at 1(21 Ktghth ave.. but failed to lake enough. I>r Murphy of the city hoe pi till waa refused admittance by Riley when he tried to aid the suf ferlng man. but two policemen took Riley to the city hospital In spite of his prntest"i and lodged him In Jail after he bad been pronounced out of danger. Church Is Refused Sacramental Wine HAN Kit A NCI BCO, April 11 Hamtiel K. flutter, regional prohibi tion director, ha* tvcelved a tela ■ram from National Prohibition Tdrerior Itny llnyne »t WnxMngtnn ■uatnlnlng hi* refusal to permit de livery of 4,000 gallon* of wine to the Holy Order of I tnalk ruclan* for aac ramental ptirpoae*. Safe for Infanta, Child rm and AduHa GLYCEROLE LOBELIA Ctirea rough Instantly Contain* no opiate* or Injurloua drum. If* the best rough medicine mud*. ("Uvea In- Htiint relief. BOr at nil driiff atorea, or *ent, p. p. by Joyner IJrug Co.. Bpo knna —Advertisement. FIERY, ITCHY SKIN QUICKLY SOOTHED WITH SULPHUR Mentho Sulphur, a pleasant rrrum, will soothe and huit akin that la Ir ritated or broken out with eosemn; that la covered with ugly raah or pimple*, or la rough or dry. Noth ing subdue* fiery akin eruption* so quil kly, aay* u not«yl akin specialist. The moment this aulphur prepara tion la applied the Itching atop* and after two or three applications, the ecxemtt la gone and the akin I* de llghtfully clear and smooth. Hulphur I* an precious na a akin remedy be r-aiise it dcs'.roya the parasltra thnt cause the burning, itching or dla flgurement. Mentho • Hulphur al way* heala ecacma tight up. A hi rial I Jar of Mantho Hulphur may he ha<l at any good drug atora. —Advertisement. veer» Yet Colorado and I'tah aapa clally are loath to accept any fixed proportion on the ground II might jeopardise future upper ba»in davat opmerita. California want* flood protection and security In ita Imperial valley rarlamatlona. Nevada ee*ka |">ww to develop low grade oraa. Arlaona .nd New Mexico il'rn md enough wa ter from the upper baaln to eacure Irrigation expansion. Colorado and Ctah want unlimited uae of their wa ter*. with limitation* below. Wy oming aak* for allocation to aaf* guard Ha future. Stripping away thoae raw rlvalrtea. however, and the je*louele* of frwn tier etatea, there la eufflcient com mon Interret for tha creation of an agreement, at laaat over a long teat period And that la the pmdlglnu* tank con fronting th* commiaaioner* during the neit to daya. after which. If a contract I* framed. It goe* to the ■tale legtalaturea and to congreaa fur ratification. Here In the making 1* one of the mo*t significant precedent* for the utilisation of America', great nat ural raaourrea—a real te*t of the democmtle doctrln* of the greataat good to th* great*** number. Notes and Comment on THE OLD HOME TOWN | Puyailup lea Cnun (onipujr'i plant at Hurkley la going up rapidly and will ba nadjr for occupancy la about M dtrv * » * Annual arntor play of tba Aber ideen high school will ba priaantad at [the Onuid theater on April 21. . . . Tha outgoing spring poultry class of tba Western Waahlngton eiparl trient station will ba entertained with an Informal program by tba ruynl | lup I'oultry Alumnae aaaoclatlon ruraday afternoon at I'uyall up. • • • W, T. D. Coleman, president of tha L'nlvrraity nt British Columbia, addressed tha Puyailup Klwanla club at their last meeting. Tha meeting <<mimemorated tha 100 th anniversary of paa<« between Canada aud tha L'alted RUM. • a a Hoard of dlrectora for tha Hnohom l»h county fair mat at Granite Kail* this waak. a a a Pnohemish county district meeting of Rebekah lodge wu hald at Htart up, With delegates from all ovar tha dtatrlct in attendance. • • • Cillten pocock of Avon ran Into some peculiar hard luck this week Ha «m driving a wagon along a road lined with treea. and a branch got itangl'-d up with one of hla eara and nearly cauliflowered the member. • • • The Van Cott Jewelry atore at Mt. Vernon has been aold to D. A. Hodge of fteattle. TEST SUIT ON SEATTLE TAX Tlie city of Seattle. Miiyor ("aid well, the nine member* of tha rlty oounrtl. County Tina*urer William A. Gain** and Anmor Frank Hull ara defendant* In a ault filed Mon day In *upertor court by C. O. Raun der*. who aeeks to prevent hi* 1931 t*xe* being collected, on the ground that they were levied Illegally. Thl* I* conaldered a teat r**e, and plana are being made to carry It to the atate aupreme court. Handera' contention I* hnaed upon the allegation that the tax levla* exceed certain limitation* Itnponeri by the city charter. Nervous Stomach Causes Gas Oan In the atoma< h und bnwrla doenn't alwaya rmult from dy»p*»p *»a. Improper diet or th« fermenta tion of tht food. In most «aaea It In dun to a hiirhly **nwltlve tondl tlon of t.h#» atomaoh nerve* To ttf t rid of the trouble, you must build up and atrcnifthen the*** weak. Irritated of the atomach. Taking Mrtlflclal diameter*, auch an papain or blnmuth, only make* th* nt.oinarh weaker than ever. It li tkk«« ualnff dope to deaden 11 pain th« relief iclven la dr«cptlve and harmful. liae Itnann'a Clan Tablet* act direct ly upon the affeot*»d nerve* and gradually aenlat In r*atorlng them to their natural healthy stale. Can and bloating will quickly dlatppear, nod you will no longer be bothered with pain around your h«art. palpitation. *horthe*a of breath, gnawing at the pit of th«* atomach or dfatrra* after • atlnk, due to khd A*k for Haal mann'a flan Tablata In the famoun yellow package Hold by Kartell l»rug <'o and nil leading drngglut*. J pHKlmann, <'hernial, Han Francla ro, Adver tlaemcnt. THE HHiiES s°. Our Windows Will Tell Now —While Choosing Your New Spring Frocks —a Good Time to Get I \ Properly Corseted —This week offers an exceptional opportunity while we have with us //l Miss M. J. Crandal, Expert Corsctiere, l iSfifty \ representing the makers of ifi '' Stylish Stout, Reduso and La Vida Corsets '( Seattle women will 1*; quick to grasp the opportunity - —l| to converse with Miss Crandal in reference to proper 1 A Vliif y. corset fitting. Her extensive experience makes her a !/, valuable counselor to every woman. / 1 ?Jsi *«la\ b 1 (orst-h Pretty New Styles Novelty Easter in Blouses for Flwal Jewelry Suggestions Easter Attractively . R $3.95 to $19.50 <:?r£ t'[ v \ ■ t>i«rr Miin klmt a nttir M>iu'h of color add* Two-Knicker Suits Charming new niou»e« of a Itreat d<-a1 of charm to the Crepe dr Chin*, Mali Knit and appearance of any uoat and - with com an<l trou.er* full Krepe Knit In ail the wanted attrartlve rcturne Hu'd ant* In an excellent r*- rhadr* inludlng carmine, oanna, And *o the** fancy ear- rlety of pattern*. Mum rang* (lotham. Miratx-Ha, Ja/V. perl- ring*, novelty bead*. cor from 7to jg ymn _ a w«»- winkle, nary blue and white. dellier*. pendant*, itlrdlea and ... pn.ee range from 98.05 to Spanlah comb., ail having » u " " rlc * d lo * U « #19.50. that artkatlc touch whlcS 58.35. Ov.rl.ou.ee and tailored tuck- give* charm to the wearer. In .tyle. are trimmed with laca, are on dUplay la the Jewrlry 1 M.i. __ J f___ tuck*. beading and .mbroldery. Section. t>Oys M«U And Uapt The Kaeter Suit irurely will have to hava a Cap or Hat lo match. They ara Uj th* naw Children's Easter Millinery ****** * n ? <" f,n ; r . terlal. Including new tweed* $1.50 and Up to $lO t £)o I • UnlcUve pattern*. Ca(/t ~ . have unbreakable vleorn. Second Hour . .. .. __ I'riced at 91.50 and 9S.<M« Smart for Easter are these popular shapes in , Children's Hats in sailor styles, made of Italian „ ,B. and patent Milans and Lisere straws. »oy» Blouses A complete assortment of these Hats in plain and "of* LtteUT combination colors and including both coarse and ( bj uo fine straws, trimmed with ribbon streamers, are now on display in the Millinery Department. They _ . ... > •• t* are priced from (1.50 to $10.50. Boyt Washable Ties Children's Sport Hats of hemp braid are priced at ~ ln • ,ood rmn ** of colar * *2.05 each. pa,, ' r "' Eaater at 1>< —or S far 50#. Osteopath-Dentist Test Suits Beaten OUTMPIA. April 11. — An oeteo path Is not a licensed physician qualified to practice optometry, and dentists must paaa examinations and obtain state I toe nana before they aan practice their profession In Wash ingwtv, according to two decisions of tha supreme court oo file hera to day The appeal of Oaad» I>. Rust. ©a teopath, from a fine of I2S. Impoeed In Pl»rw rcunlr for prvtlrlni op tometry without a Mate Ilcenae. wait drnltd, Tha dentistry decision waa made In a test case from Thurston county. Spokane Men Ready to Probe Flappers SPOKANE, April It —Pra<-Ucally ■II of the 14 m'mtiHi of the dtlten*' Investigating committee Invited by the echool board to probe charge* that flapper* are Immoral hava ac cepted tha Invitation. KKI/iO Ma* Itarnes. 21. of Port land. Ore, drowned In Columbia river near lx>ng Hell milislte. ===== The Store for I'neful Article* ——m—m JbSIGON£49AVX.NUC AND UNION STHCTK " Store Hoars: 8;30 A. M. to <P. ML J 2,000 Pieces Heavy Blue Enamelware THE LARGEST VALUE EVER OFFERED ASSORTMENT CONSISTS OF: No. 4 Lip Sauce Pan No. 4 Hailing Pan No. 4 Convex Kettle No. 4 Mix Pan No. IVj Chamber No. 13 Wash Basin mmmb No. 4 Convex Sauce Pan Coffee Pot ' I ' ''* '* iesrrv ' n >< Kettle M | f Special at 49c 'WW: K| *,m Pearl-Handle Silverware Kl SPECIAL AT 98c ffijl A beautiful assortment to select from— SuijM BR I^— ■ Berry Spoon Pie Server Cake Sewer '*/>"* Gravy Ladle Steak Knife Steak Fork ; Cold Meat Fork—Not exactly like cut No C. 0. D. White Gold-Band VEGETABLE SEEDS CUP AND SAUCER SPECIAL ki'ECIAL at A big assortment of overstocked va 15c Each rieties of vegetable seeds too numerous o i tt* oo to mention, for Wednesday's Special— Set of 6 83c e . # - Not < xactiy like out. I nree 5c Packages for 5c Senator McCroskey Claimed by Death HPOKANK, April 11. —But* K*n«- tor robert C McCroakay la dud to day In hi* home at G»rfl*ld, Wajih. 11* »m«mM to panUyala. In Japan frodog la r>|ird«d ai aa aocomplliUiment for young woinra. YOUR FEET Are KntiUod to Tour A Mention— Hare Them (examined FREE mi Lundberg's Artificial Limb Co. Dr. SchoU'* Hprcial Demonatnttor AI.I, THIN H'KKK 1101 Third Ave. THEDAT £j| CbmueZmS r.UADTTVC UKK! PAGE 5