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ASSIGNEE SOLD TO US Miss Oliver's Baby Shop was sold for the benefit of the creditors. We purchased it and it must be disposed of at once. This large and well-selected stock of high-grade infants', chil dren's and misses' wear must be closed out at once. Cost His Not Been Considered in Marking Down the Prices Every garment must be disposed of, fixtures sold, and in a few days Oliver's Baby Shop will be no more. Your opportun ity to buy school clothes and infants' wear of this high quality does not come very often. Take advantage of this sale and buy plenty. Doors Will Open Tomorrow, Saturday, September 16, 9:30 A. M. This stock consists of infants', children's, growing girls' and misses' ready-to-wear. Wash Suits, Rompers, Bath Robes, Layettes, Hats, Sox and many other lines. The following are a few prices taken at random throughout the store: You ran hu> a Child's Dress for An Infant'* Yest for 17c—Oliver $1.63 that Mis* Oliver sold at $1.50. sold it at SI.OO. Another for $1.59 that Oliver sold Another no** 39c—Oliver'* price was at *3.95. $1.50. One at $4.19 that Oliver sold at O ne j, eavv anc j HOO | ji.l9; $10.75. fu $2.50. A Misses' Ore** i* now priced at . $3.98: Oliver's price was $7.25. A H,b for Jc; * Bs 20r ' Another $2.9S that was $1.50. Rompers for sl.29—Oliver'* price A wool serge at $6.98, Oliver's price 53,75> was $13.75. Stork Knockabout* 13c—Oliver'* An infant's white, elaborately em- price was 50c. broidered Coat at s2.39—Oliver'* price \ Child'* Sweater for sl.9B—Oliver'* was $6.00. price was $4.50. One for $3.29 that Oliver sold for An Infant'* Bonnet, hand embroi s9.9s. dried. 89c. that Oliver sold for $4.50. A Child's Winter Coat for $2.95 Kabo Maternity Supporter*. $2.29 Oliver's price $8.75. Oliver's price was $4.50. Another for $1.19 that was $5.50. Child'* Sweater, Toque and LeKKinß*. A Girl's Coat for $1.98, formerly all wool, set for $4.89. and Oliver sold $15.00. it for $14.50. AND MANY OTHKR (.RKAT RKDI CTIONS | Poors Will Open Tomorrow Morning at 9:30 | Oliver's Baby Shop Corner Fifth and Union THE PHILLIPS BOYS 1311 THIRD AYKMI K Upp««llr Pinliin Hide Thi» way for real »hoe 'j value and a square deal. iJFRVir Our New Autumn Price S $4 j Men's Women's ; i Shoes Shoes > " Come in and see them. Others at five dollars. vSv Don't forjret our School Shoes for boys and jfirls— Long wear and tear in every pair. Where your dollar does its full duty. Birthplace of most-for-the-money shoes. THE PHILLIPS BOYS 1.11.1 THIKI) AVKM K llppmllr l'anli|f« lllilc wfrmmmmrm Wm YOU HAVE A MDCXLCR LIKE rnni ■F THIS IN YOUR WWffU SHORTAGE |l Best authorities predict !v J z29 a COR ' "hortage even Vw thouph the miners resume m S m water heater such as m I insure your hav « S Ing hot water economic- IB |fl I We have only a carload ■ ]H at this special price, !g[ 1 9 $22.50; $7.50 down and !■ 9 HV $3.00 a month, or 3 per m cent discount for cash A"S fl w or<^er - Installed as SEATTLE 1 . LIGHTING JTT COMPAHY ATTACH A 1308 fourth Ave. OAS WATER Main 6767 HEATER UKE THIS. THE GAS CO. CHURCH WORKER NAMED BY GIRL Married Lover of Years At tempts Murder vorvoßTmv.v. ohto. Hepi u_ jlmmthy t» Mill*. !I years okl ha* f tlMl It fhirfd Of attack with Intent |to kill against Im C Craig. real *• jut* dealer And rhurrh worker. and (thereby u IV Jevktl and Mr Hyd* nMnicf of M|lil ywri jduniiM Sh» alt**** that Crnig educated ; her In a Imirilliif arhrnl with hi* daughter* That after she finished ■rhool he **t h»r up In faahlnnahle apartments. and that wh*ti they b* I ram* estranged laat April. stripped th» apartment* ami took tha furnlah Ings to hla home they 'mad* up." ahe de clare* Hut a few night* »g<o he sent for h*r to romr to hla hom* and I in th* preaenc* of hi* wife. who, ah* "said. pull*d down window blind* and ! pinned a blank*t over a window *o I neighbors could not wltnens th* pro jceedlng*. h*at and klrkat h*r Into unc«wi*«louane*e and then took h*r to the t>*nie of her aunt Th» girl waa In Cralg'a employ a* office girl and atenographer, In her ■lory to i*>llce ah* state* that she ha* born* four ehlldren, of whom tPatd Advertisement* sroTti r ni - HK«HIII<4 N* T«X I.KVI I.ITIHATK or TIIK port «»»•• MArrfcß. Notice t* hereby given that at 10 A M . on Monday. Oc.'nher 1. I*2l. al Ha regular place of meeting at Rmtn 40«. Hall Street Terminal King County. Washington. th« Port commission of the Port of Seattle will hold ■ hearing of lt« heretofore adopted estimate of MP»HW for the Port of Seattle flaral far. beginning January I. t»JJ. and ending I»rr»mhrr 31. 1113, al wntch tlm- and plavr any taxpayer may appear bofore paid Port Commlaelnn. and shall ha heard In favor of, or against «nr proposed tav lavy Whan such h<-ar'ri« ahall have loan concluded th* Port iVmmloinn will proceed to make determine and deeide the amount of (ha -a* to he lavl»d under the rurrant assessment roll, for lha purpose of th> Port of Seattle. during euch period Th* ratlmal* heretofore adopted by tha Port Commission la aa follows. OPKItATINO COUTH AND HEVRXURI , . COBT RKVENfES Oneral Iwpartments Esrcijtlv* and Secretarial . | 24,*70 no Traffic, Promotion and Publicity 17.A00n0 Special Trada Promotion jn.oon on l.egal . I.SOn on [•factions 7.000 00 l-.ogtneerlns 22.1t: Oil Khop 7 300 00 Traffic Department and Weighing I 2 71000 I } 00» 00 Auditor's Office 27.170 00 7.700 00 Purchasing and Statistics .. I1.9S&00 Total, Q*n«ral •!««.217 00 $ " ».700 on • rminala W | r. n V* r » *.7«J 20 1 27.157 00 ' ov * 171.7 M no J7» ooii on Hell Street 7«.U« on iin.nnnno llanfnrd JJtf'at tS.Mui 00 71.000 no Hpokana Mtr*at 11.1*40 00 100.000 on Industrial Hlt*a 4 , 0 no 17.00U UO p#r|®l Mitfilrrmnr* Salmon llav 1.&00 00 ' °. v * » 000 on Hall Htr»ct in.nnonn Mary Street lO.nnn no Hanford Htr-ct 7.500 00 Hpokana street ll.nnooo o naral Ou'laya and Hattarmant* ' 10,000 00 Mn.IST-00 •<»t«l operating r<iats 1772.104 20 Total (Jp«ratlng Itavanuaa mxc *J7 00 Nat operating Hurplua |II«.7KMA BOND HKFtRMPTION ANF> IM)NI) INTEItEHT nlmon flav Improvameftt. Intaraat I 24 I*o 00 Maturing llonda II 000 nn Smith s Cove loiprovcinent. Intaraat 14* !hnnn ~ Maturlnjr rionds 4|.nno.nn 1 antral *t«-rfron.« Iniprnvemant, Intaraat 41 217 sn . ?.. U T * Honda n.onn nn Kast Waterway Improvament. Intaresl 14n«i7nn ... Maturing rtonds 4S.non nn Went Seattle Kerrv. Intaraat «.U0 00 Maturing Honda 1.000 00 Total Amount for Indehtcdneas f4*Al24ti4 Annual pro ra.'a llond liiacount 4.37!t (i 4 Total Amount fr.r Indebtednaaa 147T1 121 i.k 1,1 as. Operating Surplus 114.7(2 10 Nel I.cvy- liond Itedamptlnn and Interest.... 11*0 371 *4 Dated this ,11st day of August. 1022. THE POIIT COMMISSION OK THE POIIT <ll SEATTI.M W H. l,INCoi,\. President lIKO II I.AMPINti. Se.retaiy UEOiCUE I' <'(ITTKHII.L THE SEATTLE ST Alt SLOGANS They're Pouring In by Hundreds. Plenty of Time Left, However. Why Not Try for the Prizes * Must He on Electrical Week. Her* are today'a •ntrlM In Ihe I < onteat thai The Hiar i« conducting (to xalxi'i a alogan for uaa In connac linn wllh lha celebration of HlMrtrl :■ al WNk| September 33 to Octolier :inrluaite Mra. I.aliel ,\. I.llman, 113 W. Ulh at.l "Klactrliiiy, the American Mod rrn iHimmiic Kh vm»i " "Electricity Mukra Houarkaeplng ! Eaay," "Klwlrleltjf, the Neweat, Qulckeat t'leaneat, Chrapeat, Eaaleat labor Saver." Mr. Jowph Wallin. 301* l.onihar<l ate., Kvfrflli "Oood-bye, Ueorgr. Electricity la l>oin« II " J llaurr., (14 fifth ate. W.: "Rltelrlcttl, the Eaaleat. Chenpaat, xjuirkcal and Claaneat Wav * Jane Qulglrt , Hi!! ]9) h ate N. Ks "The American Plan the Elect rl cat Plan" "Electrical Appllancea for Every i I KitnHtlr fee." "If al AH Why No! Now? Equip j Electrically." "If Modern. II Mu»t Ha Elcrtrl. " j "KlfilrlfH) 1 , Vour Domeatlc Herv [anl t'ae II " Kinll W. 7.lngg, V M. C. A.: -For Servlt* Electricity." "The Eaaleat Way—L'oe Electric. »y." "Alwaya Ready Electricity." "for Health, Service. Happlntaa - Electricity." link Roher. IWI 77ml atr. H : "t'« Electricity for Ironlng—l'ae Electricity for Kirtng " "Stay It With ICI acridly," "Cnlted Wa Stand. Divided Wa j Kail Electricity llara for AH." Try H. With Electrtcltr" Mr*. K. I' Halo, ]M< F.tan.lon ■venue: Electrically Dona la perfectly Done." "Tha Electric Way. lha perfacl Wa) ." Mr a. r K. Ilnller. #774 Ifith ate •outhwral: "Electrically Done. Achievement Won " K Hall. iM Tarry ate : Electricity, tha World a Depend able Mart-ant " "Electricity, tha Power Hehlnd the Puah of Progre»a " "Tha Electric Way Will Alwaya Pay" • put Electricity to Work for Tour 'Comfort and Convenience " "Economical. Itallable. Powarful. Ele-'trlclly la tha Indtapenaahle Ker\ant of Mvn " K iMmni. lit! V mill »!.; "Electricity. for Rich or Poor tha Moat Efficient Servant ,** \nna fMocka. Henloa City: "Do It With Electricity." I J Mullen. ICR I All. ate : ••Make Seattle the Electricity." "Ho It Eaatar With Electrlrlty," • More Electricity. !-e.« Dru-tgerv "An Electric I.lfa Makea a Happy Wife " Tha Eaaleat Way la Electric Way. Economical Efficient. Elect rld ty " • Electrically Done f rum Sun I® lun " "Reduce Tour !>«>'» Work lo Kilowatt Houra'* "Kilowatt lloura Mean Mlnutea In Work " • Tha Electric Way Makaa an Eaal ar Da* " William Kuller. 7747 Iflh are. V W. 3 •Electricity for Efficiency ■* ' Blrctrtrlly, Maater of Seeming Impoaaibiiltlea." "Electricity. Ibe Modern Dfrvwil." "Electricity Tour slogan Ha " llapp. 3770 3»lh ate. ft. W : "Electric Juica for Every I'ae" Mr. B. I - Helangrr. 773« Krai.klln are,: "Old Met hod. Ely llence Watch Electricity Advance " J. T. I. Campbell. !U Marlon «l.: "Obey That Impuioe. Equip Tour Home With Electrical AppHancwa-- Now ™ "Cook and Clean With Electricity. No f»uat Tou'll U't Ix>fi*er " "Eventually Electricity will no Tour Work Why Not Now?' • Pre«« tha Button Electricity WW Tralir waa the father, hut none of them lived Craig la 43 yrara old and haa three children. • ll>o the Heat Ihmlull Now "' It \\ hlleliaail, -T7l» * a Kl«l »•.! "Krom Itrtllleahlp to a Towater, Eloctrl? In Ihe Home Hoaater." | Wendell J. Maan. 7IM Nltlli ave N "Klailticallv liono Meuna Effi . clantly Imne." Urara It (|iil(lay, 037! IIMIi ate N. E.: "Tlia Electric I'ay la Hera l>> ! ! | Ita y." "Eaally Uotia Well I<one--Ele< , i trlcally Done " "Electric Energy Have.i Time and j j Tamptir " 11 "Electricity Doea tjood Work. I Quick Work. Havea Wlvea Work " "Eloctrlcally Dona Well Dona." | 'Electrical Ener«lxa« Every Enterpriae " "Electrical Equipment Papa Prof , raaa." "Electrical Appllancea. Contantail I Home* "IHi It Wall Do ll Elactrlrally." I II Huiil. • Hll sii mill avr.; "Do It Electrbwlly." I orlnnr IxMXlhue, 700N 73d ate. M.: "Electrify liar lloura " W lul Ire f | Hallo, (707 Phlntiey ate •'Where Electricity and tier vie Meet " Marian Heln. 4331 K«an»lon at r "Elect Deity Enteia, Ouata Drud( *ry." Hoi lleln, 1331 Kvaneloti ate.: "Our Maid. Electricity, llenta. Cooka, Hw-eepa, Waahaa, Irona. I.latit# Home" Hlanlry (j. Hallo, 8767 Pliinney ate.; "Electrical Way the Only Way." II I Prrfctaa, 3MI W Ijinder al "Elactrlclty, the M>'*ter Hervantj Kit la Mc 4 orrliM>n. ||olr| (iui|re» ' Kle. lrli al (tervlce, Neateat. Mulck l e«l and ll«a|, for Home and Corpora tlon " Mr. (< K Hrown. I*WI I3<l atr N.: "Work Takea Wlnaa With Electric Thin*. * "No Re«iet« for Kkctrlc I'rti" • Tha Champion lleata for All 'Joo<l Eal. - Mr. |. <« P.itll.on, R. K. I». No. J, ) Hot 47. Kterell "Command llie Modern Slave, Elet trh lly." I. It PalU-on. R K 11. No 3, Hot J7. Kterell: "Toura to Command Electricity." M. J Niaith, 1103 K 73d al.: "Elaclrloal Home. Klrm Huildlng Klonea * ate., Kent: "Waab. Iron. Hake. Maw or Mwaap. Done Electrically, t'lean. Cheap." 'Electric Appllancea Maka Work a Pleuaure." "Electricity la Man'a Creataat Aid •' "Electricity ln.lead of Mervanta " . At Night What Would Seattle He Without Ele<trlcityr" Mr. K l> While, H«| 41. Eaal Heattla: "l ee Electricity and tJva In Ec : ata«-y." Mr* Emma Ruby. Ilia Hpring al.: I 'The White Coal Wat la Cleaner"; The al.tgan .bould rtprraa what elecirbtly I. doing for man Itj In lite development of Ihe kind; Ihe importance of electric!- Northwe.li what Ihe electrical eertanta are doing lo reliete the drudgerj In Ihe home, or Ihe general work of Ihe entire elec toral Induatry. The prtaea will be Kirat. Premier vacuum cleaner, value.) at |U. Second. Weatinghouae waffle Iron, j valued at S7O Third, turnover loaater. valued al tl 00. Submit your nlogana to tha abignn (editor of Tha Mlar. not later than September 70. \ou may Mtkmit a. many alo gana aa you please, hut not more than one prtre will be given to a peraon slog.in, nn> l>e up to I* worda in length, hill Ihe .hort er Ihe belter. In Die etenl of duplication among prlie atinning slogan., Ihe .logan received firal will He adjudged Ihe winner. Undertaker Robs a Coffin Sold by Him I NTRATKORD. Eng Hep! li f'ndri (akf»r GfK>rna W«it wan hMV lly flnisl for th»» thtft parln of » rofjfin wftrr hr had «up«r-j vlacd Ihe funeral riles at tha cem«-| tery. HONEST-TO-GOODNESS BOOZE! 1 his damp cargo, rained at $67. m t % 000 % would have found its 1 uay into thirsty American throats if Uncle Sam's booze \ sleuths at New 1 ork hadn t become suspicious and seized it I log< ther with the Gemma, British ship, that icas bearing if. I Good.HealtK kr Good Results ■j', i |\ _' % T Keep Efficient by Keeping Well 4 This Letter Will Tell You How Oumtarland, Mil.—"My mother gave mo I.vdia K. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound when I wan Utween thirteen am) fourteen year* old and wan going to school, because 1 auffered witli pains and could not re«t. I did not have any more trouble after that until I was married, then I always wm troubled in my back while carrying a child and rould not do my work until I took the Vegetable Compound again. lam strong, do all my washing and ironing and work for seven children and feel fine. I always hare an eaay time at childbirth and what it did for me it will do for other women. lam willing to answer any woman if she wishes to write asking what it did for me."—Mrs. JOHN lluui, 53 Dilley St., Cumberland, Jld. This letter is but on* of a great number received every year from women, young and old, and from almost every walk of life. These letters testify to the merit of Lydia K. I'inkham'a Vegetable Compound. Mrs. lleier has n large family, and works very hard for them. Rut any woman is willing to work hard and to work long hours if her health is good and she is able to get the results the is working for. As she says, what the Vegetable Compound did for her it will do for other women, and even- one should appreciate her offer to answer letters asking about the ■Vegetable Compound. The Vegetable Compound con tains no narrotics or harmful drug*, and can be taken in safety ly any woman- Your livelihood may depend on your health. So try Lydia E. Pinkh arris Afedetable Compound '"'lydia K. PINK HAH MEDICINE CO. LYNN* MASS. A "EVERYDAY" EYE IS LOST IN HOTEL! I Traveler Has to Wear His "Sunday': Optic NKWARK. N J . Sept. ll.—Aa el derly man. who tbrw «rr«lif ago Ml a Newark hol»l aa John MmtimT Kortearue. of I'eorla. 111.. ; and who inadvertently left a *taaa j in hla 100 m when he checked out i a (>« da>a lal»r. ha* written to, rharlra C»rrl«an. manager of thai hotel, aekinc htm to Bend on the eye ; If he <-an find It. "It was unpardonably care lean of j me." wrttea Kortewcue "I cannot tin- | deratand how I ahoukt have been an j thouKhttean aa to leave your hotel without tbei klnic over all my belon* inm. In whfi h < aae I certainly would ' have tntaaed the (lam eye. It may have l>een mlaplaoed. but I hot*- you can find 11. I have been ui-lnc an- j other eye aim * I left your hotel, but aa II la the eye I always have re- | nerved for Kunday wear and dree* <k> Halona. I would like to have my , other one I tack I am too dre*«ed up." i I'artiaan'a lout and found depart- , ment had been anting Korteaque'a Itlaaa eye. ('arrigan. Incluaing the eye. replied to Korteaque aa follow* "We knew you would aak for the! eye, and we're aenduut It alon*. It la j the flrat eye w* have found ainc* we | established our bureau for I oat articles. "It may Interest you to know that I In the loat article* we have more pa i>mu and nightgowns than anything elae. We have several doxen* of; i them, plain and fancy, and In all ' • olora. left by gtieate. Somehow . 1 people foißrt t*em easier than any thine elae. In view of that. 1 would | not feed bad about forKetnnx the e,e" m fm I AT THE W| •*F V . PACIFIC | This is a cordial invitation for every woman in Seattle wjl and vicinity to visit us and yJ inspect our new Fall styles Jl for Mother and Daughter, II containing the utmost in HII value. r Hi _ _>v For Father and Son we are K ill equally prepared to show you the newest Fall Fashions we II have ever assembled for you. HI S CREDIT | I Will make it possible for you II and yours to wear the kind II of clothes you desire, and yet II you may pay in such small II weekly payments that you II will never miss the money. II KItIDAY, SKPTKMKFR If, iv» New Clothes Shop to Open Satan I'ndf-r the management t Ha r.irh. Hfitlle t'-utijaj ■ Th» Hoc heater OolliM tktf Saturday »< l«lt f*tmt Hachradi ha* t*'»n id-nuflil I the clothing Indus': > maisr M loih the manufi • turtn* (it ' < li»«in« eml*. Hi* extahlwhßßl frjiure »Uit.* f>f ikthai ifi pair* of trouaera.