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Four lurir fl<vnr» of h<Hiirfurnl<liin(i IB . , B L~I H U tirs el ~ M H _■ I > R Jg£"ADDED to ACCOUNTS" brf rr r\ ! / ANOTHER OF THE MANY FEATURES SJffffrCU-il.f OF THE MBKRAL GOTTSTEIN TjlßlftJlllllfW|j*»l ' PERSONAL CREDIT SERVICE ' , [g **? j i ,jfr Those of our customers who now have ac m<X\!T4.»|' counts may avail thi'iiischfN of this plan, ' by their purchase is simply adjusted to the pres ent account—often without payment down or change of the terms as arranged. And $l.OO 1514-16 Second Ave., Near d own w ui „t„ r t an account for one of many use- Pike ful articles. BUCK'S RANGES COAL AND WOOD -GAS COMBINATIONS A Carload of the Newest Models H Zfvfl jj fjBESHH Just Received * I I our attractive new IV~ I I Stove Department I I style of range for need. ■MI A [I volk ot.tt aflr II STOVK TAKEN • nlf BO| Bpjy JBSH Sold on Easy Term* y This is an example of DllfV'C DANrFQ This new Three-Oven new reduced prices— DUVfi 3 MnUEJ Combination Range— Only $82.50 0"ly $ 166 - 50 ,6. in . «»" 25 Y„ r . C To' P „™. Haute. en»m«l «nd m»nuf.ctur«d for fm g>§ uking nickel trimmed. Same years j closet. Lower ranse without enamel aMU j y ° U °i-» oven "•*«• for baking faTp«nel. only $72.50 I ''P™*' l " <"■»'"* I with co.l .nd wood. Spcci.i—RUGS— f ~ r ir " >KK High-Grade Velvet Rugs CONGOLEUM RUGS Milt-—Rrtnlar f14.35. Kp»rt»l $31.T5 til# 1 , fl »IB.TB *', i» f« »f».HO tail—Rr(uUr *WJ«. hpwUl »39.76 l%> ft 911.70 fci» fl »7.55 fI.OO DOWN—9I.OO WEEKLY »*IS ft flft.Hß $57.50 —McDougall Kitchen Cabinet —$57.50 Provides a regular, fpTl= A » rU maA < ™binet. convenient place for ar- pjfl Ki * ht rorn " bnM *" tides of kitchen use. j H , I*!. „ %Qjl to keep base square, doors Eliminates hundreds of fitt,n '" t and dn,wer " from stem from your daily M sticking. Oak case. Alu kitchen work. ■ B m,nUm W ° rk ! ° P ' gtopi Tn*t*ntly! ECZEMINE Tba wonderful dlarovery for Etim •nd akin dlimm. At alt drumriata. $l.OO. or sent. p. p . by Jojrnar Drug Co.. Bpokane—Advertisement. ran reflecponof Qhe original vacuum pac)sd COFFEE coprwanT r»33 —m—n»»—mi ■miiiii n ————ii Foreign Trade Here Shows Big Growth Import* and e*port* thru tha port of Kaattla for tha flr«t three nr.nth* [of Hi) total"! appronlmatrly HI • 000.000. according to an outline of UnpruvwJ biuiMH condition* mu«! hy tha rh«mh»r of Cnmm»r<-* Indu* trial bureau. Thla cotnparea with I?« 000.000 for a almllar p»i -*1 of Ittl. I,ik»wrt»». tli» lumber and coal output and tha bank rlrartnr* are •aid to he hlcher than thoaa of but rear. or of yaara prrviou* to tha war Taking Life's Hills on High Difficulties and opportunities mnrk the highway of everyone's life. To surmount the one and to take advantage of the other, you must be prepared. Opportunities to make !>etter progress require a measure of reserve power. Obstacles- hills—even more urgently demand a supply of power if you art? to conquer them. Only a savings fund can help In both instances to meet investment opportunities or to tide you over the times of need. Start saving On or Before May sth and your money will rurn dividend* from — i" tl)»- flr*t of the month I Durliif tin- pn«t 21 ji-ar* wr liarr never I I |».ii<l l«-«* I lattti CO/ P£ R ANNUM Bbjg JH D/ 0 dividends Puget Sound Savings Loan Association VOierw 'PiK c Street (Grower' Jhitxl RESOURCES OVER THREE MILLION DOLLARS THE SEATTLE STAR CyiftMa "Snow Parties"—Accumtion h M<i(l<' That 7 hesc Arc the Latent Divcrtuourrwut of Our llit/h School Student*—Are They Worse at Heart Than the Students of 20 Yearn Agot—// So, Why?—lf Sot, Why Thin Degeneration? RY CYNTHIA (WHY Are the youiiu people of today morally inferior to 'hour of 20 years anot High school students accused of "snow partita! The great majority of people hare turned Ihr blame of taut living on the nation's young- the high school s'ndents. Are they justified in doing this/ Are they doing anything to rttnedy rendition* t Hoy* and girl.:—l 6, 17, or at the most, IS—do not con ceive the idea of indulging in nti orgy of drunkennetß and I'icr unless they are aping their elders. Parents and leoul i-be re formers fail to take into consideration the fart that tho in i theory these boys and girls are young men and women, i« reality they are but childrtn, ready to follow the most sen sational dictates of the so-catted world of fashion. Take, for Inatanee. the matter of | MUM titlr. The ftiiftion page of the Sunday paper come* oul with tht In- , formation lhal bobbed fcalr li Ihr luteal thing In I'orii. or In New York . tht hltyh tchool girl la Impreaaed by the charming illtilrtllaai, and a lew •laya later, wh tn ahr gar a for her weekly ma rcelle /another ff|«l"- me»f of fathlorn), and the la fold that hobbeil hair Mould bt becoming to her type, ihe aurcumba. been me a thr leader Of the fnahlnn In her little trroup, and ao on, anllf tht epidemic mm lid/ out. The lateit ocruaaflon agaln«f achool afudenla It thai of alleged "anW portlr«The fcnrrar of llf Hut tht ttartllng p«Wlrtl» thai haa ■ been git en Ihr ipedacular dolnpt of inilnai "mntHff" atari and aartrt|i ten men hat Influenced Ihe Immature mlnda of Iheoe young people Tht aternge klfik tchool atudenl li not bad at heart; la fact. U la only a email mlatorily of Ihem trho Indulge In theae thlngi. and the reaann the only reaaon -Ihey rklal 11 la SMART. • They do not renUtt thai they art ' pin ring the nation In fropatdy That they mre maklnp themaelita unfit to Ihe They fcai e not thought of Iht future; no thought of anything aa" Io be tenaallvually unuauul. to be ( '"SUA HT." tl hoi earn trt do about Wf "»l|i! one thing, and thai muat M don* before U la too late Inatlll In the minda of our children the Idea that to be good la TIIK Ihlnp. fjel Ihem bring Into home the people they meet ml achool Ijet your aon krlno Ma "girl" and aoon Mi alien Hone tr*U be diverted from uka( he l*l«l« of at The One. and li# trill ace othera fjrt your daughter bring her boy ftienda, and aoon your rhlldren'a lit ea trill *« InfluPnred fc|i beautiful friendahtpa. rather than tor did "loi«" affn Ira X<ll your automobile and buy a STOMACH UPSET? Get at the Real Caus^—Take Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets Thafa what thouaanda "f afmarh •ufferwra »r« doing now. Ineteait of taking tonloa. or trying to patch tip a poor digeetlon. thay «r* attacking the real nttiH of the ailment r!ogg.w| liver an.l <JU*w.ler»<l howfli l>r Kdwartla' Olive Tablet* irn«» 1 the liver In a aoolhlne. healing war When the liver atwl bowela are per forming their natural function*, away go Uidlgeetlon arxl atorna< h 1 I troublra ll.»*a yoti a taste. phW | tongue. poor ipp«ili» • taay. *>nl mr* f"*ling. Rio ambition or enerwy, trouble with uiklumM food*? Take Olive TablaU. the aubetltulr for calomel r>r Kdwarda* Otlva TfMf'i are a 1 purely vegetable compoi.»l mlied with olive oil. You will know them !>y their olive color They «1o the work without griping. cramps or i pain T»ke one or two at bedtime for quick relief Kat what you Ilka ! l&c anil iftc —Advertiaement. Ml it a Clr*)r will raoolva mlmra In twr of fir • MonJny. >.'«<>ii*»«tiiy ■nd Krldny (rtitn 1 «<• * P n>.. »nd on TuMKlay and Tlitimdajf from II ■ m lollm.MihwH*. fl-a-o do not mm« »• olhar llmnn at It norloualjr lutorfrrra with hor wrMlns piano; get aomt furnllurt thai the young people cannot rnln. them dance, and dance, and dance, nnfll they are tired onf •""> healthy fun Their mlnda uill be t lean and aweet. a a will their eonlt. We uUI hate a nation of men and women trlf* uhom Itighl ha a pre failed. a • o llow many Inhabitant" ar» th»ra of Ainarlran Haniua and »hat aro tlwy IlkoT Tht eentua of ltt« pi tea American Samoa (the tal'inda of 1 utulla. Ati nna. ofu. tiloaega and Tutu and the uninhabited coral atoll of Itoae lal and) a total population of MM. Iht nafli» population ran all read and utile, and are all Chriatiuna br'.nng- Ing to rarlone denomination< I hey are the highetl type of the I'olynet l.in race and 4te gir illy an the In create, due It the tax* foi bidding foreigner a fc«pl»|f their bind mat What la tho »<-r*rvl and *hat l» th» nwanlnc of tha hyarlatbT The while hyacinth (a aald f» wan "It'lll you dance tcilh met" the pur ple. "I ant awry." The /lotrrr irai named foe a ponffc. Ilyarinthui, to whom ApoUo, the pod of m uatc, ten * dei oled Out day the fir* ftienda were pitching quoita when a /Ita. w• which Apollo had plfrkrd walk great fofct atruck Hyactnlhua on tht fort head, killing him tntlanflp. Tht flower la fild to hate aptuwg up where It yacinl hu a' blood had a potted Iht trrovnd. • » • Who Inrontfd th» Aral a^icraaaful thraafcarT /a l'<l Andrea* Veil 1 1, tn tngeaa lowa Hr.oteh mechanic, produced 9 tkrethlng machine aa ptrfeel thai, deapllt nrarly a centwey of Intprov era, U la eaaentiolly the machine of Ua Inl en*or and embodtea many of i tke eaaentlal feature! of tfc« Improved modern machine* a • a Whnt la tha of a fly- Ins marhlna* J H Jomr• attained a Mprnt ttf t/f mite* an hour In <9 ± 0 kor*e- JNWNV S'apter biplttn* 4/ %tartte»kam. K*yl m 4. January. JHf. hr**k\no the tmrlii't rrrord, pm iou*ly held by Ma*H I rrvtntr. trench atiator, 9/ fOI per hour. IRISH COMEDY AT THE WILKES "Heart of Paddy Whack" Is Triumph for Company in <;i.i:\n lirciira Irish eyes, skies. laughter, and all that tort of thing neld the board* Munday At the Wilkin t hen ter, wh»ff the Keattle nt<«k company oivrml for lh» week tn Chauncey Olcott'i popular auccena, "The 11r.i rt of Fsddy Whirk." This MtiCmpntftl comedy In Ihre* net*. with Inter potatvd I4lll<l<l<l. plenty of hlaniay Wi<t numerous ebanu-lrrt bearing tlx •tump of th<* * limn rock, w is v.rliten hy It.** h**l CVoth»ni, one of America's most aide feminine lroin.it i«t«, unit It I* ptfifnlM hy 11 Me lot.il company very entertainingly. Jnrnes Blaine, who r.in s'ng s« well as he can net. holds up his end of the nhow nxcredlngly well. In tlw part of Dranln O'Mnlle.v, a younp lawyer and philosopher, who la In love with Mima, hla ward, anil who (contrary to all lawn of probability) token three whole acta to make the discovery. Mr Itlalne exhibits his best qualities. He looks «h« pari, and most of tl». time m.<kr* It n* convincing as the playwright ul lows. Miss Kafherlne Van Huron, tha ( KHM aM Jj ' M HAND j »u»N...a jf! J f e«tw tNR fM ' j J J boot com yjftrjF-««■<■<»«• | -imam onoitoui 1 fWT co»N--~ imiaiin« 1 •orr Aom kuNioN] EMDt FOOT MISERY j Cal-o-ride positively glvr. quick relief S ■nd lasting rtaulii. It penetralia the j pons and remove* the ran* (Plxtem I in each parkafe for Stubborn Cornj) J L » sj.- ' vj« u imkm as* j —a S* * ; v '«tV vtW * 4 « * '? i <roK iMvi »si i v MacDou^llymithwick. Seccmd Avenue at Pike Telephone Main 6720. s,ore ~MUr" 5 to s:3 ®* Un precedented: Our May Sale of Underwear Includes nearly 2000 garments %Ji\ EXTRAORDINARY VALUES Cotton Gowns \ Cotton Gowns \ and Chemises J and Chemises J Alan French l)r«w«ri and ' A t\ t\ tlfter Colored Crept ' . »*•' en, SI.OO Otment. Included $1.95 ' M "(oinu In Z1 atyleir; rhrmlara Inj » ■ —of tnualln and natnaookl » , , Iyl „ flel , h orrhld. roa» \ M In «htt*. «i i< 1 hmi«yd«ir. matxa and whit*, trim 1 biu». rnu and ofhld Hand I mH with ribbon*, haii'l-emf r old I mn>ioidtry, ai.d ia<a. / try and gingham pij'lnga. / Silk Gowns and Chemises EXCEPTIONAL QUALITY SILK. IN STUNNING COLORS. Every garment carefully cut, generously full, with seams well finished 1 There are 19 styles In Gowns and 20 styles ln\ Chemises in these two lots—all lovely under- 1 garments. The prices vary according to the/ m g\p lavishness of the lace, hand-embroidery and ; HI M Q "Lady Fcir" ribbon trimmings. Bodice and ( buiil-up shoulder styles. \ Mac l>«ueall Soaihwlrk. Third Kloof. / ymin* leaden* who t* now . in bet itcond nk ut thi WUkif, li' pictortAlty Jimt what ehe should lie In the old f*nh toned, m#t end Mm pi*. n"v»fl>ttn klixd rt»J» of >lont. Hw om!m« ! find #*f*N*Ulljr ttlfici- Ive. Kb# !• a!wajr» olive always let- j tin* lirr imagination pu»r ov«r the of th# «t* nation n*timt (ft In her rhmwltr, and In th« d* ! |<vrt y f.f her line* »h* I* careful to endow them with ii*tur.»»ne«a and motive. Kvrlyn Atklnnon make* n stunning figure «i M.«rjcaiet "Ttynn, the dark Market Blouse Shop 107 Pike St., has decided to Quit the Blouse Business In preparation for a sale in which we will offer our big stock of Silk Blouses valued at $45,000 and our fixtures This Shop Will Be Closed on Tuesday At 9:30 A. M. Wednesday, May 3rd, we will open this final sale, which will include every Blouse in the shop reduced in price to a figure that will insure a quick realization of this stock into cash. It will pay you to watch this sale. See our windows and newspaper advertisements Tuesday night. j lady who has designs on the hero, but who Is fullad by the playwright. Valentin* Kidney contrllnitee a fin* plecw of stock Irish characterization in the part of Bridget, an I Howard , Ituasell. Krtnan Heavey and other members of tha company try their lianda at eccentric role*, calling evi dently for an extraordinary amount of makeup and dialect. There Is nothing new tn the play; it Is like all other specimens of Irish comedies, written by mm Irish Amer icans. Its popular appe<al, however, is unmistakable, and It should do ' good business during the week. MONDAY. MAY I. 1022. V. M. Car keek and Bride to Travel Mr. and Mrs. Vivian M. C-irk*«k. marrN quietly ftatuMir at tha hnina of Dr. H. 11. Gowen. lift Benttl« Sat urday night (»r th» Eaat. They will aall May J« for »*vrral months' travel In Furopt. M r*. Cark***k waa Ml*a Fk>r»m • t.swtn of Realtl*. Mr. Carkaek la a Kmltli attomfv and a graduate of tha Unlvaralty law a<-ho«l. Ha la tha son of Mr. and Mra. Morgan J. Carkeek of Tarry and Madinon at.