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msm Our Store Fixtures \re Inexpensive M Just In, Smart Silk Dresses I X $9-98 H fht' N/ 5 ) Crisp taffetas, soft (an to n 1 tjyy eiv|H'rt and silky tricolettes in sev- mmm oral now styles. Bouffant skirts /p[ Im and snug bodices; long linos, and B9 li t*>\ the long-waisted two-toned stylos, Ml /I | \ skill and bodice contrasting in [ 5 , color. The trimmings are fine I I J tucks, pleated moire ribbons. —silvery buttons, "oranges" and HI \ ' other popu 1a r novelties. The HS ] ( dresses are in black, brown, blue, ( n beige, gray, tan and red. Broken * sizes to 40. K Brand New Coats $15.00 I !Two new styles of Coats in "rooky" and tan. One KB has the saddle pockets, buckled l>elt and flare sleeve, the other has patch pockets, a button-over belt, sleeve finished with a cuff and notched collar. H| Both are very smart styles and come in both colors. flu Sizes to 41. 09 Women's Comfort Shoes $1.95 I Two-strap Slippers of black cabaretta leather. flexible sole, rubber heel, and made on the broad- MR toe last. A splendid slipper to wear about the house. HI Sizes 2'j to 8. j^H FEAR FATAL AUTO CRASH gubmrrin) In JO feet of water off th* dork at D*a Molne*. an auu.mo- Ml* which may mnUin tin of wvrral prtwiu wu to be mbi«d Monday by • diver under the direc tion of Sheriff Matt Bunrlth. i lUwldenta of l>e* Molne* reported finding the «Uto a» low tide, Ivp'ity Sheriff* William H Hear* and Ed Hughe* lnv**tlgated. but owing to the depth of water could learn no PAID ADVKKTtSKMK.NT Dr. Edwin J. Brown STAR EDITORIAL, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29. 191 H. VOTE FOR DR. EDWIN J. BROWN Dr. Edwin J. Brown, democratic candidate for the Prosecuting Attorney, scarcely needs introduction to Seattle voters. An outspoken gentleman, hitting straight from the shoulder, he has been prominent in public affairs for many years. An active, energetic man, he has not been content to learn one profession. He is l>oth a dentist and a lawyer. Aliove all, he is a good organizer. He pledges him self to organize the office of prosecuting attorney on non-partisan lines, declaring that, merit and not party labels will guide his appointments. Dr. Brown can lie trusted to carry out this program. With Dr. Brown as I'iosecutor, the community can be assured there will be no compromising with law violation. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 4, 1918 STAR EDITORIAL Kor County office, the HTA K repeats It* primary recommenda tion—Edwin J. Hrown, DemocraUc, for I'rorecutlng Attorney. We (peak our minrtt and heart* when we are cool and thought ful—we need more light and leas heat In Seattle. I want to be the mayor of all the iieople—the rich and poor— the high and low the weak and strong, all look alike to me from Ihe standpoint of their human right*. Have no fear, people of Seattle. I have worked too hard and too long with one purpose In view, and with your help and guid ance, I ran not full. No bank or hotel, no law violator or priv ilege seeker, hla paid one penny to elect me. Vote for Edwin J. Brown For Mayor Bank Messengers Robbed of $12,000 OAKLAND. Cat . May L—MS I«n dlt* held up iWMtnirn of the Cen tral National bank downtown today and escaped with 111,000. j further deigil*. Walter prnfe«*inn*l dtver. waa to ico out with Sheriff Htarwioh Monday afternoon and attempt to de termine wheiher any bodir* are held in the car. $4,400 Star Robbery Drew Words From Us By Wanda von Kettler Haturday The Htar pay roll waa the prey of bandit*. SHiurtlav the tiny we nil come to work u itli two token*. e*p«*<'ting, ««f counif. to ito|i at lh« iMnhlfr'i dwk at noon unit acquire the little #*ii vnluiM> of weakly Ilium. Anyone |h»m ecming MOItK than the «imtotimry r»r fare on the u*ual Hat utday morn Ing In The Htm office in looked upon wit h lunpu-lon. lahi Hniui'ln) morn Ing. however, following the little 94.400 epl»od« at 10.50 a 111 , th* ludi vidual with enough to take a play mate out to lunch didn't have to look mound for frenda. II \\ \s \ lt\lti: THb.XT I'wH'lo aren't centered In regular point of the gun holdup eeimatioiie quite every day l>uring the commo tion Haturdey morning and following I MJtkfxl a few of the dear »titff mem b#ra, who hung out of the window a, decorated the aidvwulk before The Htar office, and no forth, Juat what neiuwttion* they aapartanced whrn flrat realising the neerne** of th® lltlla gun play, raaultlng In Tba Htar pay roll money bag belt*# wlutitU off on an unknown trail. Follow Ing are the replle* (•MtlCtt!-: IMINAtIOt I . city rlnu I* tor M l got out thara after the moh had collected. Kverybody tried to tell m* at on«-e I finally got It, and r*«'oo< tied myeelf to a noon day Roup diet " 111 Nlt\ < I.W, .T*» rlllor "I )||»l holiMt out of lln> «v«mk>w hikl an id. "t>li shuck a. »hy aliould it have happened on • day like thiaT" Tim I thought al*'ir the future and rtuicluded. Van't go to iliuivh to morrow no penny .' ** HAL MIMsTRIIMi. i«l writer "I'm not aPU Mrprtaad We were warned *lx weeka ago that The Ktar payroll waa |i>ln( to lw grabbed by ntu k up* "Kait la. I've haen antared every time I've none down to g*t my pay for the .wtl M week* that It'a been tt*r» " IIAINt HKNKV. movie editor "I | thought ao mm h all r.t once I don't know what I dkl think. I wondered If I'd eat " Inl Nil \| i.IIM >s\ . "Too much etcltement—"di ln'< think about anything 'tilt aonteljudy aaked me to lend him enough to bo to j lunch on Tliat wax kind of am Iwrraaaing; I had four tHla.** WII.MA MlUlt. ».i.i«r. one of the feature* of the holdup "Well, I mw them all lined up, you know, when we drove up to the office with 'the lai I thought inat l<a«k*d kind lof funny. When they pu' the Bona In our facea I Mopped thinking. I'm not thinking yet " f- KA.NK \U.HHTKK, .fire man >j»r, one othar t«aiuiw of the .hold up "What did I think? I don'l know' The fellow with Ihe cat •aid: "Sikh 'rtn up', i Ju»i looked at him. He «liaved Ihe gal rliwer and uid: "Hikk Vm ip again. I I aaid. "They're up And they i were. I never looked in III* huvineaa end of a gun that way before. tine of "he lellowe grabbed Ihe bag from Ml»« Mayer, while (111* one neare.i me rellevrd me of my wall! and a hunch of paper*, i «atd. Tltere goe» my (lulling |lren«e.' And It di<l—along Willi »ome «uap*h»t« and Ihe aulo InetiM- Ihai lay In Hie p*»cke| heckle the wallet No. I didn't mw mwh wn«e in | arguing with lliem Thev didn't want l« argil' "* II W. BAMJKKT. advertising ao. licltor. who Juni|MMi to the ground I'from an eight foot window and pur jaued the bandit car one Mock: "I Ijuxt yelled and iumped. Von nee j when I looked out of tt>« wli.dow I 'thought at flrat It waa a Joke llut | when I mow them grab the hag I knew It wann't I jimt had tba ld"« of getting In the chaae " riillK |l\liKMl\ advertising j clerk, who discarded the »hon* re j, -elver with a thump to the floor when outeide the iMiidlta fired In the ! ground; "I heard tit* abut ard waa imared thought a«>m-liody w*e kill led. Didn't worry ninth aliout tli» 'iwyroll Juat then" HI \\ IKUKKWS, aaalstant ad Iverilelng manager waan't any more elclted at th* Argnnne than I | waa Saturday morning I m>i there jag m*>n aa I could and ataynd aa king a* th* fu«a lasted Via, I ale \| U at haw had a hunch eomethlng 'waa going to happen liorrnwed 30 icente from my wife n th* morning" <.M)lv<>l < IIANNINIi, • ity editor, who continued to "get out the paper" amid the stampede and fu*» "I felt no emotion at ail. Hour thousand, 'four hundred dolU-aT Anything jubov* 111 *S la a litenk to m*." llOMlIt IIIU \\ It w«a quit* a I fiho< k! Hut I had lo ndmlre the I Imndit* They got aome money out (of the publisher* which In mora than f have been itile to do." I And then llomer looked aa aolemn Ina an owl. KOBKRT HASTIKN HI KM%NN\ ! uMitotant city editor: "Why nil thl« Inxrllfnitnt? 1 rob Mm r»*lil«r cv*ry iSaturday when I draw my j«»y. Of ■ count* I don't ic«t citiltc u.i ffiuch h» I - TAKES COURAGE TO FACF PHOTOGRAPHER I "Oh, I Am #o glad I got that new r!r<*M btfofl I hnd my picture taken. I like my proof* no much. Want to >icr th#>m. Hetty?" "Yvn Indeed. Oh. T do Ilk** them But I don't M*t why you mention the Importance of your new dreg*. One cm n't nee any drfw but the neck linn, and that I* very becoming, If that'll what you wean." "Oh, Hetty, It l«n't what I mean at alt. Don't you understand? I am alway* scared to death when I have my picture taken, and either manage a forced smile or look Nd and fright, ened. And this time I wan all dressed up In a new dress that I'm wild about. 1 Just knew I looked all right, and I had lot* of confidence. I Just looked right at that camera, and t felt perfectly natural and at eanc. It doe* make a heap of difference. I re. peat. I'm glad I got that new dream at Chtrry's last we-k. I charged It. and I am going to pay for It on monthly Installment s. "And say, how do you like my hat? Yen, I got It there, too. on the mime hill They are on Herond ave . between Madlaon and Hprlng. 207 Klalto building. over the IMg'n VVhls tit " Advert I " ment. TII K S E ATTI.fI STAR the Imnilitn itul Hilt th«n. I'm not M.Mtii mui'ii ni«y " tr Nl» li Ht IIW \KTZ. . ffl. - l->> "I Imiknl out Hi* WltuluW «l'*l M" Mini. It IcMlltw] llhf M tf'«»l n«lll hiint, 'No money 1 huj«l. •ttotxlhyo lull mm' '" I. I" I HAUIIUt, i-oiirt houir ivtMirtnr, who in nimut*'* ifl" 'I 1'" rotniiintkin limil ili»*"l ilowh. Imtkml ii|i from lila typewriter vHti Hi*' "••'"I". 'Wlml'a ell ilie rm lU'inent '<nythttllt I lie uwilerT" "M. r Oil, when f'hear.| m'ixil It I JllM flKlll'e.l tllllt if til** wlfV <tlf|ll t j have nliv money we'd lnoh» i ihat'e nil " I \ Villi \ t.lll V "I »»>n't here 1 ■ when It happened. But I heard aliout U a few minute* after am' wild. il<n*tt>yw Cynthia, no p*y iwlay."' j IIUW 11(11 CAIIhll, fin ulatlon mHiiMffer: "| liappeiie.) to ti» union* those who reeclva the weekly »«l" I t.y i het k. ao my Brief »»« not per w.nal All my fwlltiK* w«nl out to ! •VVeli' when lie told me alwut til" i fiahinir Iteenaa." lIi:NK% MirONAI'IIIIY, r.edit mananer, who often drtv''. Mia* i Mayer to the bank on Sa'iirttaya to I *et Ilia pay roll moiary: 'To think I that 'Web' ««it all the (ftxal publti Ity. when I muht liave ie»n »hera my* 1 aalf! Thrre are aon*e Iblnva that | hurt ciirti ntoia than a flat jaa ket : hook." stiMl lIOW Till': Kill ItllC IN <lllll away t-efi.le In ins "Her viewed Hut that d««an't make a hit of dlffeietna I know bow he felt alajut It. A little previoua to tlw noon day whlMle b® drift'd out of hla private aatM'tum. ateallad a< roa* the floor, and at>oke w>rt of rare laaaly, "Kr a d«ea uiilwljf liappen to bav« four IritaT" Down In tic corner of my hundker ! i-hlaf w«a a round. *l!*er bilf dollar, ; lielonattiK to a little club uf wjhuh I i am tr»««iirer. "Oh. Mr I'lnkerton." Wl I. drae , mi| out tha handkerchief, "I'd I# j delighted —." Tlia tnotntni waa mine And It Ju»t aliowa how anxloua I am to hold my ) «b %N I tilt \\II\T I ilKllt.llT i about the hold up: I have net er twen nnuwil of thinking ala>ut anything That let'a me out. Incidentally, let It be aaut that w« are now eat In* Homelaaly armml-led , upetalra alout S p. m Katurday and a|iread tha |M tldin«» that mora money waited lieluw in the mahler'a offii* And w« nearly broke the atalrway and our bunorabla ne< k» flint after It. Earwigs Sew Bait Is Found. Better Than Others. Hurts Only Insects. Th* War haa •rrm»ge«f «Mli T. t. r«|H». tp#rMi (Up«l t lN*p#'lnr •! •H# 4*paMm«nl af «||«re, *• r«wMi«ct • regular rfrparl ■ In mhltrh i|M»»<lnn will l«# •«- ••""I •• •# (•mkalilac lh« r«r«ig 4ifdr*«a qewlM ••• iH# »ar •»« Miller mt TTi» War aa4 lb«| «Ui aat««r*a Uf Mr « •)m. DUowvrry of m »üb«tarte* which. It la l ialnwit win wip# oul ih* «Mrwi|i without rodMngtriiif »ny other form of animal or v»«eub|« ltf». «t«ji mn noyn«-rd imUr by I. K. Uu' ki, II M«rkm nt , rh*inl»t. Th« tuhctNiirf, whirh I# m!H "Xi»rmo," hM l**en f •■•<<»« I hjr K H Ooyn*. »|»4Nrui tnapictor In ill# ntjil* honiculluml d*|«rtm«>iit, who in t«M»«itnc thi kml fight rcrliim th« - trwign, Mini found l(Ki i*-r cml *ff» ci«*nt. according to laurhi, l»«« two b\g *«SviintA|r*» ov#*r purlm whlrh In i| bfliii unh| lh* mrwiftn. Not only In II iwrmiftM to othrr form* <*f lift, but It will kill adult iu writ m younn whllv* |**rt* grrrn will not any affact on tha InMNta aftrr jmim th* ana of four a^kn. Thr followinc report »ai mad* to Uurkf by Coynr: "Kim >«rwlg« wffi« placed In a bottle «m) a plnrh of Xi<*rnw> w*a placed In the bottle with them. The*e etirwigs went Into eouvutatona and die*! within 12 hour*. "I rnada a rlnc of Xtirmo on tht floor of th« offk* uml ptarH f|vi wwlfi In the ring. T' "a* aecm to Imvo no Ri>nM of danger from your material. but walk**! readily Into It. I uaed a large quantity of the ma terial am) found the earwig* all dead within six hour*. "The next twit consisted of taking a washtub with about three Inch*** of water In the bottom. A rock waa plar«»d In the center and a platform placed on the rock fin the platform I placed three soda with grnaa alxiut three Inchea long. At 2 o'clock on April 18, we let 26 earwlga lotwn in the graaa At 4:30 the esrwigw wre completely hidden arid I scattered, or rath«r dusted. a amall amount of EXTRACTIONS FREE DAILY "(CSSd* Our (whalebon*) plal«, which In tha liKlit»nt hml MliuriK«>»t plat* known, flow not covar tha ro«»f of tha mouth: you run hit** corn off tha cob; k tiara 111♦ »m| 15 >•••»r» Whalebone *rt of Tfflli..,, UK KM (Vow tin ft (H Itrlrifcrwork. per tooth... 9-1 $2 Am»liiuiti I'tiling All work Kiiiimiiiird for 15 yrarn llava Itnprr»Mlon l«k»-n In the morn ing and t rvt h nam* day. Kxatn limtlon ami ad vim fraa. < all nn«l **rr %ani|»|aa of Our I'liilr and ttrhlicr Work. \W Maml th«- Teat of 'I lom* Mont of our pnmnt pHironngf In recommended by our early cuatom- a II. whum* worl< In ntill klvlhn irood Hatlnffif't lon Auk our cufttomem, whu have tapted our work. Wlirn rnmini to our office, b« mire you air ;In the rljfht place. Hrlug this ad j with you nilin CUT-RATE UniU DENTISTS 207 t NIVKItMITY ST. | <»p|»o«lle I vMnrr-I'Mlrraon Ca. I SECOND/WENUt AND UMIVTUSITY StHEEI iJffA TUESDAY, tup: second day of the M Anairmsill MsiySgifl® oIF Silks ft- lui (Sale Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday) KaU With Every Yard of Silk in the Silk Section Reduced ■MA All the kind* and colors in everyday staples and in novelties gjJi; THE WANTED SILKS AT RECORD IXW PRICES ■jjiv k Thousands of yards not announced for the first day'» advertisement—and tlHrf t j complete selections throughout for the Second Day. %>@dal L©ft y SLS§) Yaurdl I Jft Brocaded Satin | Crepe de Chine I Kirnonn Silk > vol D*t iffil Linings Regular $2.00 quality. Regular $2.25 quality. tfj? iSf Hmß Retular $2.00 quality. In j J". *•?'£• 'i l "*!}' (In orange, blue, gray. f fjfl 18l oam ,>,Ue Knd K °' d ' ~|UC' la "' turquoise', Belgian. duck! lavender, jade, white. i / >;J 0(52 luHV blue and tan, and Delft | )A t )V |,| U p t j a ,] e> poppy! henna, and tan grounds; jl , k hlue; $1.59 a yard. light pink, rose, corn, $1.59 a yard. i ' - ST r ! light Mohawk, light gray. I ' I i Printed Satin brown and seal; $1.59 a Foulards |t jU |j Linings yard. 36 and 40 inches wide. i.«p A*?mi Regular $2.00 quality. Tricolette Regular $2.00 quality. W <ja| -1 Black luid brown; $1.59 5# wide. Regu- j n navyi tan, black, gray Kti jrtjf n yard l&r $2.00 fj utility. In , . (1 rA IkS M I brown, navy, seal, flesh and coin dots; $1.59 a Printed Radium and Japan; $1.59 a yard. yard. H Linings | Colored Pongee Cotton-Back Satin ZrA® Regular $2.00 quality. Regular $2.00 quality. TllW - In gray. Un, green, and In canna, henna, navy. tegular *2.00 quality. brown grounds; $1.59 a black, white, lagoon and in gray, white and navy; r 'fi yard. I orchid; $1.59 a yard. i $1.59 a yard. Silks,! LIIS Yd Fkim amdl CkamgcaH® Taflfetai, $L 29 Regular $2.00 quality. In ivy, Copen, navy, black, brown, seal, emerald, white, ( orean ( ripe ol(1 ro#C( rcd> ljuli henna, gray, green and purple, and purple and gold. Regular $1.50 quality. In corn, orchid, pink and white. Brocaded C repe de Chine I Cheney's I Satin blur• and l iown Regular $3.00 quality. In Foulard Regular $2.95. In sapphire, Mohawk, navy, midnight, «- Tn navy, Copen. French blue, r 7 light fuchsia, dark fuchaia, " eßUlir 7', brown, black, and white; Colored Pongee pink, Uupe. purple, white blue »nd brown; 40 inches wide; $2.39 a Regular $1.50 quality. In Wl( j b | acl <. $2.39 a yard. I $2.39 a yard. I yard. flesh, pink and rose. li(ark Silks Silks anadl Saftms p s2«7® Regular. Sale Crepe Satin, $2.79 Yd. Tricolette, $2.79 Yd. Black Charmeus.s $1.95 $1.39 Regular $3.50 quality. In rose, tan, Regular $4.50 quality. Black, brown BlackCharmeuses2.l9 $1.69 brown, jade. Harding blue, honey- and navy; 54 inches wide. Black Charmeuse $2.95 $2.29 dew and navy. Baremette Satin *o 79 Yd B!ack Moire... . $3.95 $3.19 Crrpr dc Chine, $2.79 Yd. Regular $3.50 quality In rose, black. Black (»n>."grain $3.90 $3.19 Regular $3.50 quaJity. In black and apricot, navy, turquoise, pink and Black Satin white ' henna. Ducheftse ....$2.50 $1.79 Black UM !u» Sa,i "' t2 ' 9 ? U , SM '- ***» Y<L I" uk Duclu --e S UM) $1 59 silk back - R<**rular $2.75 quality. In Full color range in each of the fol- HUck Rengiilinc $3.60 $195 brow., ««jr. >*l «* »•**• lo^r «■» MA Silks, $3.89 cfiit'ofifS*-* Black I cau de Paisley Satins and Crepe. 8 shades. Soie $3.00 $l-9 j Canton Crepe Colored Taffeta. 26 shades. Black Pcau dc Regular $4.50 quality. In navy, mid- Radium in 18 shades. Sole $3.50 $2.19 night blue and black. Charmeuse, 26 shades. Black Moire.... $2.95 $2.39 Satin Canton Two-tone Satin, 9 shades. B'ack Peau de Regular $4.50 quality. In navy, Chinn Sill- ??/• Yft C v » ne * 39,> ♦- 19 flame, black and brown. Ll " m 55c Yd - Black Satin de Regular 85c quality. In tan, navy, Luxe $2.50 $1.79 Chinchilla Satin flesh, rose, lavender, yellow, cream. Black Satin dc Regular $4.50 quality. In black, red. blue, marine, sand, old rose, pea- Cygne $2.50 $1.79 white and brown. cock, gold, .brown, cerise, pink, gray. Xtermo over tha graas, inaWtna no l*trllcular effort to hlVt It penetrate to the aoll or come In contact with the earwigs At 410 on the 14th the noil waa pulled apart In the hunt for the 2b earwig*. Nineteen of them Were dead, five were In ronvulaion* and one was fairly lively. At • plnrr it wllh ua »« or Itrfurr ftmy •Mh will »h»rf In —■————— mmm (n<l , MO «tka' «lI « Itlr n«la ou Jul? I -i What Are You Doing With Your Surplus Earnings? Are you letting them remain Idle In your safe deposit vault or <becking account? If go, you are lesing the benefit of their earn* ing power. Many Seattle retail stores, factories and social organ Ira t lon a have placed their sinking funds aet aalde for taxes and future payments on mortgages, In thia mutual savings Inatitutlon, be cauae they realize that It la conaervatlvely managed, under prac tical! y the same directors as the Heattle Title Trust Company, which has attained a marked success in Its particular field. During Its entire history, this Institution has never paid a divi dend of less than £>V*',o to Ita depositors, and has paid all with drawals promptly. DIME & DOLLAR SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION 111 Columbia Street, Corner Second Avenue Housed with Seattle Title Trust Company Safe lleponit Vaults In Connection 77//?/rTOURAM If you now the Beeds of Thrift In your Field of I'.ndearor, j/om will reap a Hatvcnt of tiuc-rcta. o'clock the following morning. April 14, the five (after remaining In an op«n container all night) were dead and the last one had disappeared, had gotten away during the night. "In the above teats Xtermo proved ♦ o be practically 100 per cent effi cient." "Xtcrmo i* not liarntful In any way to plant life," aald "and may be freely aprlnkled on l«vm or flow er*. It haa no affect on anlmala other than Insect*. No bird, chicken, cat or fl"it can be harmed by It. Chil dren are perfectly anfe even tho they ahoiild accidentally eat aomo of It. (PAID ADVERTISEMENT) This Record Tells the Truth UFOtT PLANK 6ttg of frritllf. SrpartMMt ®f Jollr? kttix :4tfc. u f ft '— •» flllittx J. IL Senile.la A J J ***'— f!»yt ■ T _j r—VT tlx 1 ea-a *t.M AM. aMIVUVIUtU _J ainui 'Mm J 10 a 11 aea Jnea «■! af »» uiMH aim is au »it« it uu ' »" i ilwirt »f Pj th»r»ii» u rr.m f»r '•>■■' , Hrrt (• lattmaaiM a taua paiu >ta ui xnml . in IM ante aaA fiul iv •- " - -- „ j AiuallAbaA or at fiacaai rir; tatianaai. aa> I*4 * * i 11 !«j Hi' Muuut.lt cttuaM ua.tf r'lr ** v at imm tMlt at U-at ... LMiirm t. rm.-.r UiIUIII 11 £t lllflL ILK tut ttit Illuill. __] »"» .» """■!■ *1 lltuta.. 3IIUH IIUI MlUu iiUuut Ut Dr Tlff.n *iu 2K Mai*. ■* 11l talk 1 IMI : aoioal kul. - '—►"' l !»•—■»•« » —J tne above is a photographic reproduction of a police report. MONDAY. MAY 1, 1922. "The best way to apply thla terminator la to aprinkla tt al *lth a perforated ahaker. Thla b« readily made by taking a tin with a tight-fitting cover and pui ing fin* holea In tha cover. Be i to punch tha holea from tha la outward."