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MONDAY. MAY *. 1022.
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V MEMBER AMERICAN HOMES BI'REAU m
REMOVAL SALE j
r== Tliis opportunity is brought to you as n fitting climnx to the most remark- B
W able sale of homo furnishings ever held in Seattle. Some of our departments m
5 have already been transferred and it's only a question of a few days liefore wo |g
5 will be doing business in our new store on Sixth Avenue. HI!Y THIS WEEK, a
| A Drive on 3-Piece Living-Room Suites |
H $265.00 3-PIECE g
5s $306.00 3-Piece Living Room Suite —Upholstered in first quality tapestry s|
j|? or velour. All pieces have full web l>ot torn spring support; comfy cushion seats; S
14' spring backs. Davenport outside back covered. fcOOC AH [2J
H REMOVAL SALE PRICE S££O.UU sg
= $350.00 3-Piece Living Room Suite —l'pholstered in first quality tapestry §
== or velour. All pieces have full web bottom spring support; comfy cushion BE
♦ seats spring l>ack. Davenport outside back covered. £o£2t£ OH [£
)|j REMOVAL SALE PRICE =E
25 $450.00 3-Piece Living Room Suite— Upholstered in first quality tapestrv E=
== or velour. All pieces have full web bottom spring support; comfy cushion s
seats; spring backs. Davenport outside back covered. dSQOC HH IS
gj REMOVAL SALE TRICE §;
I LIBERAL /7RUNBAUM WHKRE f
= CREDIT m.™ jfT Vu —I I PIKE MEETS Eri
EE EXTENDED ■ FIFTH
I rOßKfrura CO. INC I
HAN JOSE. Calif —Auto driven by
llaroU 11 ray atrike. and til's Joaeph
< iruhMa •. at>n of Pianm f" rafutin.
forma* part owrvar 'jf B%n Kranciaoo
rlub.
CAKES rot YOUI BAR
Notbinf Uka thußpoot with Cu
ticura Soap and hot water, pnctM
by toucbaa of Cuticura Olnirn.nl to
■ pots of dandruff and Itching, to
keep tba acalp and balr healthy.
Th«jr an Ideal for all toilet uaaa.
tanblMkfnilfW utw-MMnl*
■mm— MltflkMaatw Wtm
• M.M* CMMIIMIk TLn>*<
HFCaikm Im#ak»ee ihltnl mmt.
VITAL STATISTICS
BIRTHS
Tokumasu. Matazo. IJOI T»al*r war.
«lrl
Sato, Kiyotora. 111 kta/aard a«<
boy.
Bailey. John Allen. 440S 14tb are. N,
boy.
Enticknap. Herbert. It F. IV No. 1
lit boy.
Beall, Carleton William. 1(14 Xpn
ken. at., boy.
Stefano, Louis B. 111! nennelt H.
»lrt
Sundberg. Julius, 111 F (Sib a». boy.
Z immerman. H. J. ill V ioih at.
hoy.
Magnuson. Ralph Gordon. till 10th
<-*e. N. £. boy.
MARRIAGE LICENSES
N»m« and R*«ldanca. A*e.
Riley, Eugene A. Taeotvta ....l#«al
Sullivan. Janora. Mfalll* ..... Laical
Ikeda. Kanjiro. Haattl*
Fukuda, Hatsune. Hratlla ..St
Burri. John. CarUi lineal
Bentle. Amy. Curtli
Haven, Harold, ''arhonailo .•••...ft
Smith. Jane. r«rb«ntd'» II
Behbein. Walter H. B*attla . .!<*a%l
Griffies Annie H. B#attla ....
Pedersen. lewis N.. tUattla •. . I«**al
Olson Harriet. H«attla Ufal
Krause. Louis. f»#>att|a t>*irat
Rummel. Julia, ftaattla -I^gat
Thomas. Harold C.. Tafm* 20
Planchard. Beatrice H. Haattl* .. O
Post William E. Kr»r«'t 24
Blachcliff. Mabel. 17
DEATHS
McCormick, Herbert 1-, 14. II El*
nrt» *r.
Staley. Lois Marie. 11. 4?IT Hav«nt)t
• rt, N K
Clough. Emma. 71 IC2I lladrou
drtva
Mason Josiah. 11. ICSI Int«rlakan
blvd
Bardon Bardon A., 11. 4114 HaT«nth
avr. X t
DYE STOCKINGS
OR SWEATER IN
"DIAMOND DYES"
"Dtmnoi I l>y«a" uki ymii of
lo worn. faded aklrta, walata. emu.
Mocking iwMlini, coverlnta. IMDI
Inm, everything. Kvtrjr
(laclUll* contain* direction* ao Him
t>le «ny woman can put new, rich,
fiid'ltw colors into her worn car
menu or druperlea even If ahe hae
never dyri Wore. Jual liUf l'tamond
I>ye»—no other kind—then jrour tn*
terlAl will come out right. IIKIUM
Diamond t'ye* are guaranteed not to
atreak, apot. fade, or run. Tell your
drimirlet whether the material you
wlah to dyi la wool or allk. or
whether It la linen, cotton or mixed
ffnrwla Advert Uwment.
THE SEATTLE STAR
Says Anybody can succeed
# * * * * * * * *
Just Make Up Mind to It!
Mr. anil Mrs. 11. Van T>uren MagonigU
HI AI.KXAMIUt IIMOI4N |
KANSAS CITY. Mo., May I Any
»ne can succeed—lf he only makes up
his mind to!
T.tke tht» tip from one of Amer
If#'* greatest lurrMe** ti woman
artiMt who will aoon etart work on
one of the Mgg"*t plerws of mural
decora 11 ona ever undertaken.
When announcement we* made of
the competition for pUtm for the
dm wwid a Urgent esthetic renter, to
be arected here, Mrs. H V*n Ituren
Magonlgla of New York urged her
husband. en architect, to enter. He
bed achieved eucceaa before d« «lgn
log the MrKlntey Memorial at Can*
ton. 0.. the Maine monument In New
York and other important worke.
Home of the greatest architect* In
the country competed. Magonigle
won the eward
The flint building to he erected lw
the Liberty Memorial, which will j
utrlke th* keynote of the enaenibl*
The committee In charge decided
that Mr*. MafOH!|fe wa« the artlat
Ml*s >| (HO I KRITK K.
U'I.KAKY. of Heading. •*».
who u>* ftho Imi gained right
pound. and ran hardly fini) word*
lo r»|irr«« h« r prul"' fur Tanlar
for llr good liar nrillrlnr «IMI her
•'I am ao happy over what Tanlac
haa done for me 1 can hardly find
worda to express my pralae," aaid
Mia* Marguerite K. O'fciaiy, who
Uvea with her parent® at 1223 Cheat
nut at , Heading. Pa. "I waan't ex
actly what would be called aick but
for a year I bad been all run down
and eometlmee I felt ro weak and
miaerable I could hardly hold up my
head. I waa eo nervoua the tela
phona bell or a d«»or cloning would
atartla me so 1 would tremble lika a
leaf.
"I needed something to build me
up and give me strength and energy,
and that ia exactly what Tanlac did.
It gave vne a fin* appetite and Im
proved my dlgeation. 1 gained eight
pound*, the color cama back to my
fuce, my nerves became normal and
I aoon felt aa well aa I ever did In
my life. It ia aiinply wonderful that
medicine could make such a big
change In anyone. My frienda and
neighbom ar«j aurpriaed when they
*e«- me now, and no wonder, for I
look like a different person. Tanlac
IN grand and I never intend to ml*a
a chance to any a good word about it.
Tanlac la aold by all good druggiata.
Advertisement.
SCIENTIST TELLS
OF CiI.ANI) ACTION.
SKAT OF LIFE.
KXHAUHTION of th« glands of
Internal sacretion and more particu
larly those Mi"'" 1 " 'hat provlda dy
namic force to the body, to now
racognlacd a* the cau*e of fatlmie
and all wesknesaes. Throw klands
nr. the ows mainly raaponalblo for
the source and dint ribut lon of
• lierary and It lii chiefly from these
iclundular substance* that effective
medication l« derived.
The «>x ffovernment physician who
IN lot nt l'd across Third nve. from the
post off! re, ut 1327 Third ,ive., spe
cialize* In thoe treatment*, and of
fer* free consultation to tlm uf
fllcted Advertisement,
How to Succeed
BY MRH VI \ %N fit IIFN
MAfiOMCiLK
One of Mn«t ftucceaeful
Women,
1 Oet a foundation.
2 I taterrnlne to succeed,
t. Vndertaka.
4 Mo not be ifrtld of hard
work It won't kill you.
6 Nn«r b* Int« on a contract.
I Ntw hold up « Job
7. Always fulfill your obliga
tion*.
I IV> not allow artletlo tem.
parament or anything elee to In*
trrf»r« with the execution of your
work.
• Itemember that effort !• never
wutfd.
10 The le*wt little thing may
mean eomethlng big.
•»»! fitted to und'rlak* ('>• decora
lion.
Not only will aha hav» to do the
p*lnt)ti( In tha two wlnira that are
pari of tha monument. but aha will
alwi hava to dnlsn aome 600 feet of
t>aa relief || feat high alone tha Imaa.
"II will lake ma from three to five
year. to flntah tha work." aay» Mra.
Magnnlgle. "Bui my huatwnd haa
tauttht ma MTCr to think that any
thing la too big to tackle."
OM of her Oral rommlaalona w*a
to paint 14 panela for tha Admlnla
trallon building In a Newark (N.J.)
park.
"1 learned my work." aaya Mra
Mngonigle with a amile, "from a
•treat mauler —my huahand.
"When I waa 111 I went to an art
achool for a HMUOII or two. That
waa all tha orthodox (raining 1 ever
had Hut It isn't *■ hooting thai
count*. It la tha dealra and deter
minatlon to get ahead.
"When I waa married I learned tn
work Ilka an architect thoroly from
tha ground up. It took me aeven
yenra lo develop tha foundation be
fore I felt that 1 waa ready to go
ahead.
"My huaband helped me to get my
first commlaalon. I had to make
good —or dlaappolnt him."
II waa tha beginning. One auccea*
followed another. Sometime* ahe
worked for her huahand. aometlmea
for other archltecla. Hlie haa never
been lata In executing a contract.
She haa never held up a Job.
These Flats
for Families
With Children
IIY HOY (UDBONB
CIIICACIO, May Harry I. Dal
*+y had 12 reaaona for l»iillclftncr it
$.100,000 apart mm nt houae here, which
hi* designed e«i>eelally for fnmillea
hnvlnir largo numhera of children.
llf waii one of them, and hi* broth
er* and winters oonatltuted the re
maining 11.
I»alaey today 1« a proaperoua archi
tect. Hut 25 yeara ago, when he waa
Juat a youngster. ha rem»»ml)era
count lean landlords refusing: hla own
parent* a place to rent merely be
cauae they hn<l a large family.
"Walt till 1 get big.'* palaey fre.
qiiently remarked during thoae days;
"I'll fix them."
Hl* threat waa Intended for all
landlord* In general.
"And now I tun going to have my
revenge." he pay*.
The "kid coat to" which he dealgned
and la erecting for both "love and
aplta" will have apcctal po ram hula
tor garagea," roof play gardena, rock
ing horaea. perennial aee aawa and
other dolighta for hia Juvenilo ten
anta.
And, what la more, palaey atlpu
latea In the leaae that for every time
Mr. Htork leaves one new baby there
will be a caah bonua of $25, and dou
ble that amount for twin*.
The apartment houae la going up
In an exelnaive neetlon of the town,
from which children uauully are bar
red.
"There'll be 3.1 flata In the place,
and I hope I draw couple* with at
lan at five children each." I>alaey aaya.
•'The more the merrier, I Juat love
kid*. They make a place look hu
man.
"I hope the neighbor* holler Tt*ll
do 'em good. I've walled HO year* to
put thl* over, and now'a my chance."
Palaey lan't married.
the RHODES 50.
Our Windows Will Tell
A MAY SALE OF
Women's and Children's Hosiery
Hosiery Dept.—Main Floor
For u nalo Tuesday, the Hosiery Department has taken from regular stock ap
proximately 8,000 pairs of Hose in a splendid variety of styles, and marked them
at prices astonishingly low for rapid disposal. They include the following numbers:
Full-Fashioned Silk Hose All-Silk Hose
Special $1.39 Special $2.19
Full fashioned Hllk Hose with high spliced full faahloned Allallk Hoae In alzes »% to 10.
heels and relnfoiced llal' tartar topa and solee. Colore are Afilcan blown u.d black. These aolil •'
llnaa thai for marly »«ld lor 12.00 and 12 26 a formerly at |4.«0 a pair. Tuesday, a pair,
pair. Colon are navy blur, cordovan, Ituaslan •2.10.
• air and black. In *lze* k>* to 10. Fur tbla aula,
a pair, *I.3U.
Cotton and Lisle Hose
Outsize Fiber Hose Special 29c
Soecial 79c Wonwi'i Medium weight Cotton and JJM*
Hose with reinforced garter topa, heel* and toe*.
Outslse Fiber Ho** In black, cordovan and I" black, white and bulbrlggan; alao, McretrlMt
medium fray. Alao, Full fashioned White Bilk Hoa* In white and seel brown. Htssea are
IIOM in outalsea Formerly «1 26 end 11.78 a to 10 Formerly 60c. Special Tuesday, m
l*!r. Hliws range from Vto 10V*. For tlila tula, pair. 20#.
a pair, 70#.
Silk and Fiber Hose
Full-Fashioned Lisle Hose Special 59c
Special 43c Women'* Fiber Hoe* with Male garter top*
Women'* Full fashioned IJale Hoae In alt*. „ ld xfrtc . n „ ro „ „„„ btack
m to 10, and In colon, of cordovan, chestnut whlu> medium gray, piping rock and
and black and white lloae that aold formerly b| „. u|t br<jW „ ar# , Korm#fly
at ;i,c a pair, ar* oflered for tbla sale at, a pair. 76c , nd |, JS social for thi* Bale, a pair,
*ot. 59 f .
Cotton Hose Fine Cotton Hose
Special 19c Special 15c, or 2 for 25c
Women'* Cotton lloae with double heel* and Women* fine Cotton IIOM In a *i*E rang*
toe*. In black, white and cordovan. Hlxea rango from to 10. Thee* are In black, white and
from IH to 10. A medium weight Hoae selling cordovan. A good <)uallty Cotton Hoae formerly
formerly at lie, or 1 lor SIOO. For tbla sale, aelllng at 210 a puir. Tueaday, a pair, 15#—
a pair, 10#. or 2 pair* for 25#.
Children's Lisle Hose Infants' Cotton Hose
Special 19c Special 15c , or 2 for 25c
Children'* Mrrcerlxed IJale Hue*, with doubl* Infants' fine Cotton Ho*e In black and whit*,
heel* and toe a, in black and cordovan. The** and In elre« « and t%. Formerly 2Jc a pair,
have alight factory linperfectlona, alao. fine Alao, «Sc Wool Hoae, aire 4 In white and Hiz*a
White Cotton Hoae, al*e» are ( to 10. Formerly and S In black. 8 pec La I for Tuesday, a pair
2»c snd lie a i>alr. Tuesday, a pair. 10#. 15#—or 2 pairs for 25#.
Plan to Beautify
U. of W. Campus
nana for the beautifying of the
I'nlveratty of WHhlnfton campux
hiva been completed. The work will
begin Ihla spring. KlowM* and
ahrubbery will be planted and Ilia
debria from tha expoaltlon and the
atudent training oampa will be r»
moved.
Bankers to Debate
on Loan to Allies
Teama from the Seattle and Port
land chapter* of the American In
atltuta of Banking will debate tha
nubject. "Rtaolved. That the United
Htalea Should Cancel tha Allied
Debt." at tha momi of the clearing
houa* aaeoclatlon here Friday night-
DAVENPORT. —J. C Mnthews ,
fined SSr>o *h»n arrested with five
rases of whisky In auto. His »um«n
companion, Mary Holmes, waa r» ,
iMMd.
THE STORE FOR USEFUL ARTHUR-
Store Hours—B:3o A. M. to 6 P. M.
PAINT UP AND ( LEAN UP
10 BARS CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP R a( | j 0 s e | |
Special at 45c Kilbourne & Clarke Radio Set,
with 3,000 ohms federal head set ,
$21.50
l^UsrAtkins Grass Hook
FREE-FREE Special 49c
1 bar Creme Oil Toilet—l package Crystal
White Hakes—All for
45c f
No Phone Orders M
■ W Made of saw steel
American Leader Electric Iron n.ii r..,;..,,
_ .ISUB
% 12-inch $10.85
14-inch $11.45
I
Made better
6elf-sharpeninjr blades, easy ad-
Complete with cord. Warranted lor two justnient, with 9-inch wheel—a
years. wonderful value.
<dhe HOOVER
It BEA TS at it Sweeps as it Cleans
Your old sweeper taken in trade. Sold on easy terms.
New Art Head Is
Chosen at U. of W.
Prof. Walter F. I*aa<* ha* been
•ecured by the administration of the
t.'nlveralty of Washington to head
the department of painting sculpture
and dealgn. Profewor laaara la now
In Kurope, where he 1* etudylng un
der (he master* of Trance, Italy and
H|ialii. He ha* studied are at the
Art Inxtltula of Chicago, at the Art
Htudent*' league of New York and
at Columbia university.
Amundsen Off for
North Pole June 3
Capt. It CM Id Amundeen. Norwegian
explorer, will utart on the first tap
of hi* daah for the North Pole June
1. He will leave Seattle aboard the
•tmnuhlp Victoria for Nome. Hie
•hip Maud will »all from Seattle
Jun« 1, with airplane* and full aup
pllea for the Polar voyage, and will
ine*-t C*pt. Amundsen at Nome.
PACK S
Money-hack run runts* wltn wrmtf
•ult. Laff, the Tailor, 110« Ird.—Adv.
"AT THE STAGE DOOS"
With UlljJK IJOVK
And All Star Cast
Special! Afternoon* Oalyl
IIAKOIJ) IJvOYI)
In "Bumping Into Itroadwajr^
AND SEW YAI OKVILLJS J
■>
BURNING STOMAO jfl
relieved In two mlnutea JH
JO-TO ' 1
JO-TO relieve* gaa irlit, aeM* I
•tomtch, heart burs, after-eating I
dlHtreu and all form* of Indf- I
ceation ou'ckly, without tiara. I
All Drag Stores I

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