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Leading Restaurants Serve As Porridjre, As Bread, As Muffins, and As Gems. —Restaurant* pive the people what they want —the desire to please. —For Family use, buy a package from your jrrocor. Brighten Office* With Music and Jokes "Harry, I wish our bo** would con xkler Importing noma of thoe* Ixm •but typist* and their musical type writer* Our offlc* I* *o dark and dingy (hat on* become* a grouch be fore th* and of the day." "Tou aren't trying to a poof m* with your talk of mualcal typewrit era, ara youf Thafa a new on* on ma." "Oh. dldnt you read about th* plan to brighten up eome of thoao dark and dingy London offlceaT They plan to Install the muaical typewrit cr, taach tha office t«y* In th* art of whittling »nd employ cartoonist* •a embellish tha margin of ledger* and letterhead* with caricature* of vaapue member* of the *taff." •Tt aound* rather *llly. doean't ItT It la true, though, that your office I* ■ttngry. No one seem* to glv* a car* whether the *un ahlne* or not. Why .kml you atart your little campaign <>f brightening up the offl.-e by wear ing a snappy new *ult? Then maybe the real will follow ault. Clothe* help a lot. you know." "That'* *ll right, but wher* will I get th* suit? It is several week* UU payday " Tto to Cherry's. 1011 Second ave . in ths Rialto building, over the Plg'n Whist I*. and buy It. They have an up-to-date Mock and you can wear tha ault while yours paying for It. «* months to pay. too."—Advertlss- MM. it sun i 111 ECZEMA SKIN Casta Little and Overcomes Trouble Almost Over Night. Any breaking oat of tha akin. •von fiery. Itching ecaema. can ba quickly overcome by applying Man tbo-Sulphur. declares a noted aktn specialist. Because of Ita germ de gtroylng properties, thla sulphur preparation instantly brings ease from akin Irritation, soothes and h«*ls the ecxeina right up and leaves the aktn clssr agd smooth It seldom fails to relieve ths tor ■tent without delay. Sufferer* from •kin trouble should obtain a small Jar of Mentho-Sulphur from any good druggist and uas It Ilk* cold •nam—Advertisement. TURN M DARK IJI Grandma Uep' her locks dark, glossy and youthful with s simple mix ture sf Sage Tea and Sulphur. The old time mixture of Saga Tea and Sulphur for darkening gray, atreaked and faded hair Is grand mothers recipe, and folks are again using It to keep their hair a good, •ren color, which la quite sensible, aa we are living In an age when a (T— youthful appearance Is of the great est advantage. Nowadays, though, we don't have the troublesome task of gathering the asge and the muaay mixing at home. AH drug stores sell the ready to-use product. Improved by the ad dition of other Ingredients, called "Wyeth'a Sage and Sulphur Com pound." It la vei»y popular because nobody can discover It has been ap plied Simply moisten your comb or a soft brush with It and draw thla through your hair, tsklng ons small strand st a time; by morning Ihs gray hair disappears, but what de lights the ladies with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound, Is that, be •ldes beautifully darkening the hair after a few appllcatlona. It alao pro daces that iioft luster and appear ance of abundance which la so at tractive. —Advertisement. Every Once in a WhDe Another Old-Timer Wakes Up! Among: the aliee, progre*- alve, up-to-date bu*ln<«* and pr r >f<-»»mnal people of Heatlle, Including banker*, lawyer*, realtor* and mortgage men. Title lti*ur»nce ha* become th>- recognlfd and accepted way of evidencing «nd pro- Aectlng land title*. But onc» In a while there t* an old-tlm«»r who *ay* hi* father and hi* grandfather both uaed ab*tracta and be iu»*» abatract* are good enuuiih for him! Probably th»y are One xuch old-tlm<-r rec.tlved a *hork the other day when he uw our figure* showing that nearly 76% of Heattle * >.ltle bualne** la now on a title Insurance baala, with the percentage ateadtly Incrcaalng To (juote the alogan of * well-krlown advertlaer— TIIKKKI A RKA»OH" Washington Title insirance Company -Under HtaU Supw viakm" AaaeU Mora Than •675,00 a Change in U. S. C Personnel Ornrpt gMthrrland. al io rney, apprtntrd >y /•rtudtnt Ha rd. I*o to John 11. Clarke. re llrfd, a* eaao» tali /««»«-* of the I'nlN Stilt* tuprrmr court. John Jt. Clarke, VII«M reatffnotion aa w«xi«li /«•;(<-« o/ lt( I'nlfed Ulalrt nfrrm court la ItNtt-H to prrtao* eafrssce Info poliflci la IH I sa •« srftveals e/ He Irtguo a/ salts aa. S'lUlam It. Ittv. /italics of Ike United Hlatei lupremr cosrt, tckese mtgnatlnn. It la rumored, trill follow that of iiMcldlt Juttti* John H. Clorkf. MATURE LOVES BRIGHT COLORS We aee the truth of thla statement In ths varicolored flowers, ths vivid sunsets, the birds of brilliant plum age. But we never see It exempli fied mote attractively than In the person of a splendidly htslthy wom an. How doss nature paint this health? \»'hy, In the rosy cheeks, the transparent skin, the smooth red lips of such a woman. And ahs molds It in firm flesh and rounded contours. Ths ailing woman la de ficient In natural coloring, and she does not sven appear to advantage In clothes that would set off her mors attractive sister. Many worn en who long for glowing health will find thnt they. too, can have these charms If thgy will give a trial to that remedy which brlnga strength to frail women—l.ydla E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound. Advertiae. ment. QIY SJUB Kajrt<m llama, 25c ' >ot IOC' Eaatern Bacon. 27"i"C F ' r# * h 20C Fancy Veal Roaat, -a g\ Choice Hteaka, OC lb iUC 2 Ibe for AUC Freah Ground Bona Dully SEABOARD MBIT CO, be. HTAI.I. 5, I.OWKK n mm rjprpM»c rJrTcn, SUGAR 55c H*i t Ilj M 4B .| b . Bllr |, m A«m «| 7* H. B Fancy I'atenl iLIUUR 'l* Big Buys sriyx. BUTTER 45c 3 Assorted .lello 25# 20c I'lneappl* IK# J lb*. Nut Margxrlne ....45# ft tall can* Milk AO# 2 Minced llama 29# 2 lb*. Coltngp Cbe<«c , ...25# B llw. Broken Bice 25# 3 can* Salmon 25# 2 can* Halmon IS# 4Sc Jar* «'lil|>petl Beef »3# 2 big can* Tomaloe* 25# 2 lb*. Dried Prune* 25# Full Cream liieene, lb 23# 30c bulk Special Coffee.. 28# We Deliver Where Other* Fall Phone Klllntt in In GREEN'S BUTTER and GROCERY STORES SUNSHINE Department for Seattle Shut-In* and Their Friends, Appearing Every Friday in The Seattle Star EDITED BY DH. FRANK*R. LOOI'E I'heite Capitol l:« 1 Would*t mntrntmtnt thou krtf U'tlHin Iky hoartf Then core not what thou halt. Hut u hat thou art. And keep thro true to what h hett In thre. And true to htr thou lot"*«f i fray that Ihe May lot* thro, too, then laugh At all tho re it; So other find nred'it thou. Thou hail the k ft. —Clofeland Moffett. • • • I find lh« gayest r»«ll« In Ihn air thai mere ever pIW far bettrr for comfort and for u«e than the dungeon* In the air thai ar» daily dug and ra»ernrd mil of grumbling. dlaconlcnwd |woplff. A man ahould inaka lifr and nature happier l» "v or ha had brllfr tin rr barn born. —KMKRMJN. a a • ■ a j Our good aunahlna friend*. j Hugh M Caldwell, tapt John |Rm Thompaon end Krank | l«*l*r. hava returned from i their ptlgrimaga to Alaaka. ■— • a a a MOKK RADIOS NKBDKD Tha radio **t spoken of In our corner taat week, given by Ifrenk VVtlala lo acme ahut In. will be placed in the borne of Mr* Nellie Hamon. «4iJ Reventh ava * Hbe la one of our oldest mambara and ha* bean badfaet nine rear* W* hava other apptloatlona for a e*t from *hut In* not abta to buy one We certainly *1" epprectate any aaatatanre In gratifying tha*e ap peal* Tha radio for th* *hut In I* •imply a wondar maker In hla home. No one know* the )oy and comfort ha get* from It during many of th* long hour* of hi* day. a • a RHIT IN NEW* Mr*. Nalll* lackey and Mr*. Mougln apent th* day with Agne* Keel Wedneeday, Holand Jennings apent th* *ft*r noon with tTaude Kwing and hlg bee* on* day teat week. Marry Weat ta reported very 111 again thla weak, lie la aomewhal better, but hi* caa* ta *ttll aarloua. • • • rant GET* ms JOB j I knew It! Our •pi""I for a ra tion waa alroply ovsrl«-oi«ed the flrat time Aa anon aa It la repeated P P Chamberlain, of tha Northwest em Pindf'li Co., who la himeelf i ahy of both legs. cornea hark before tha Ink gels dry with a sharp order to ssttd Kred Ballard, tha man who haa loot a leg and who waa look in* for a light Job. to tw«t It down to hla place of bualnaaa In tha Marina building. I know rred la going to maka good, for ha la that kind, a a a f SUNSHINE OIIIJJ NKW* f Tha next meeting of tha I I Sunshine Guild will ba held at j tha reeldence of Mrs Palsy | , , Bow. Waat Ssattls, Thursday. ' Sept. >l. la tha data. X ■ 1 ■" A a a a Tha following antotsta ranM shut In* and auklnl Hi Sun shine work: Mm. A. D. Tallef •on. P. I>. <"hamb»rlaln. Mra. lad la Cornig. Mra. tVlsemaa, Mra. A. R. Koaa. a a a HART niRIJ WANTED We had tha pleauiura of placing In a loving. Chrtatlan homa a llttla 1 unwelcome visitor, flvs daya old. unwelcome becauaa ha came Into tha world without a name, bul moat gracloualy welroma In tha homa of h!a foatar paranta Aa a rseult of our campaign for thla llttla fellow wa have found a fins homa opan to a little girl of threa or four year* and another that wants a healthy baby girl. a a a SCHOOL, MATE L-OOKS FOR SHIT IN Can any of my readera give me the adilreaa of a little abut-In girl I named Mlaa (lea? I have an In quiry from ona of her girlhood 1 school-mate* who la anxlnua to lo cate her. Phone Capital 7317. e e e ft . ■ NII.K RAMI AT KIRI.AMIH The Nlla Templa Hhrine band Journeyed 10 atrong out to Kir- \ | land*, where they entertained ! I patlenta of ihla sanitarium with a fine concert Thlg la tha ' ; fourth of a eerlea thla flgnd haa j given at different hoapltala. ' | homes and aanllariuma. THE SEATTLE STAR A MICROAGE rilliM M. R. 11. W. To all ye merry Ntinahln* people, seat, eaat and everywhere, greet ing: " 'Tia said that ahaence conquer" love." The man who aald that *r*», *ur* a poor lover, for *l* month*, have turned Into yeaterdaya *lnce I; ■aid good bye to my friend* In I Seattle and I love them mot* and j mote every day. Whan I left laat March gentle aprlng had called her early children ! crocus, daffodil* and tultpa had come up amlltng. but ea*t*rn P«nn •ylvanta waa cold and gray and I mudtl> winter aat 111 reigned, but a* aoon a* he became aware of the presence of a vlallor from Seattle | ha told aprlng to put on h*r beau tiful green garment and all the fruit tree* donned lacy whit* dreeae*. th* bird* cam* *lnglng and 1 dancing to their own mu*lc: they made ttie laugh with Joy, I waa ao glad. Tha summer In Raatern OIWi ha* *hown nothing superior to our wralarn aummer*. egcept eitreme hot day* and magnificent thunder' ahower* aeemed »otn*tlme* the whole of ll*av*n'* artlllei y turned looae, thru the rainbow* and won-j dmi* *ky color*. My friend* tra kind <o ma, but It I* aurprlalng to ae* how their face* - have changed In the paat >0 year*. However, they are vary polite, not one haa aeen any change In m*.! Nice folka thl* *lde of the noun-1 *T\AYS when hare of Indian sum* mer and glory of autumn merge —days to enjoy the out of doors. When you've tramped till you're tired and hungry, Tillamook Cheese just hits the spot! A good thing to remember when the lunch is put up. Or if you just want a sandwich to slip into your pocket, make it a generous slice of "Tillamook" between Duttered bread! "Tillamook" U the original trade-marked cheese. It la made in a little valley where herds grate all year 'round on aucculent green paarnre*. Every ■lngle pound U (tamped with the name 'Tillamook". Be sure you get the genuine. TILLAMOOK COUWTT CKBAMOIT ASSOCIATION TWianh. Ow|i m 2) ikmi HnH«m owwd »rv4 iipguigj kv TiiiMMnk TILLAMOOK W CHEESE J assggg ROUND ROAST 18c lb* Independent Market Stall 60 Main Floor O frmzy $$ 55C Lovro? [sugar I Ti.nni>.,'- -> l.lmlt N Mia. While It laet*. talna hut I want Haattla, Mlipali M m. H. W., Warrrn. Ohio. • • • rf.rtllor'f Natr—Th* nho\r Irffar I* from our oM frirna. JUri K. H Walkrr, ti ho utrd to writ* for eornrr Marfrr the »wn noma of Hulh ) CLAIMS SPIRITS LIVE ON PLANETS Prober, Heretofore Skeptic, Says He's Found Out WHITE BTo.NK I.ANPINO, N Y., Mapt. II Foundation for ballaf that aplrlta of tha daad Inhabit tha l>lanata haa baan dlarovarad by Howard Thuraton, Invaatltfator of a<> ralM aplrlt dai-aptlona and hara- tofora a akaptia. In tha hopa that ha may ba abla to put liaavan on tha aatronomlral charta ahortly, ha !■ continuing aa parlaianta with a aaml radio appara tua ronatrurtad In hla aummar homa Whan Thuraton. who waa formarly known aa u magician. can rtevt*e *»m* mnm of interpreting the wrirt rapptng. watllng* and chanta »* ha* picked up In tha *till hour* of tha morning, ha belleve« ha on eaUbllah tha whereabout* of aoula with purely scientific equipment. PORK ROAST 20c lb. Metropolitan Market KUlott 4141 Stall J5 Main Floor STUMOR Fruit Filled Coffeo rtg Cake, encli (faOC Ijirge A*aortmenl of Kanry Cake* Roldt'* I.imri- llome. 4f\ inadi> Bread, ench.... lUC BOLDT'S YOUR HEALTH IS YOUR FORTUHE Itlrhaa. honor* or poaltlon ara aa nothln* wtfTioul haalth It la your Duty to youraalf and to your family to KNOW thai tha at rr* you buy your foo<l produrta from l« CLEAN, that avary ahalf, nook and nornar la kapt CUCAU, thai mica, varmln «n<l dirt ara kapt out Tha riOfll.f WIOOLY atoraa ara CL.EAN, tha «ooda ara CI-K.AN. PUIIITT and < JOOIiNEHH ara aaalad In-In rvtry parku' I'lrt, vatnln and mMatura ar« a»al»d out. You aan't oidar »n»«-arl«a fr« m tha PICKILT WlfiOl.Y Btoraa by talaphona. Wa want paopla who daalra health by aatln* rlaan (rooarlaa to row to our atotaa and aaioct aui-h thlnca aa thay may want with thalr own handa You taka your own putchaaaa with you. etarka. p .rtara and dallaary boya don t pltrh lh»m around I torn pillar to poat. Coma to I*lfto I»V WIOOLT Htorra, whara y«o ran tat rlaan, fraah «ro-#rl«a at lowar prl«». flood aanaa will lead you to I'IMU.Y WlfiOl.Y. PACIFIC COAST BISCUIT CO.'S Animal Crackera 5# No. 3 Awairted Cake* 3-lh. Box Graham Crackera -I6< LIRBY'S Sliced Pineapple, No. 2'/i ran 321 Sliced Pineapple, No. 2 ran 27<* Grated Pineapple, No. 2 can Iftjt DEL MONTE Extra Sujrar Pea*, No. 2 ran 210 Apricots, No. 2 can 21# Tomato Saure B',*# BULK PACKAGES Lima Bean*, lb 111 California Small White Bean*, lb. . .S'/tt PIGGLY WIGGLY The librrt> Market. ISM KV»i Arrnue Quren CM) Markrt. Fnurlh Art and Pine ftfXT PTAnrC W'ral Keallle—4'allfornla and Weat Alaaka XI X n I (IKrN InWrrWty—«7tl fitlTermHy War wa*a w llroaArar *tt North Broadway—at K if W. L. Arrrr, I'm. and Manager Madn.na— IIM Thirty fourth Atenuf—at In lon manager Spirit of Buddha It Paged by Girl mrDAPEIT, II --Splrttual.! t*m la Increaalng rapidly thruout J Hungary A girl who claim* to ha the medium for Buddha haa ac 1 quired a tremendou* following. OLYMPIC-CENTRAL PUBLIC MARKET Entrances First and Second Avenues mmv * Saturday Specials « Market Closes 6 P. M. American Grocery Stores Co. 3 BIG DOWNTOWN STORES Upper and Ixwer Floors. Central Public Market—Seattle Market. 109 Occidental Ave. Mail Order Dept.. 1112 Western Ave.—Phone Elliott 5074. BEST CANE SUGAR, 10 lbs., 74c—100 lbs $7.25 MlLK—Borden's, 8 cans 25* Can Openers, each O* federal or Co-Op, 3 cans 25f , Dromedary Dates, pk* 9e and 22* REX HARD WHEAT FLOUR. 49-lb. Nekco Tuna Fish, New Pack. Us, 2 ha* $1.95; No. 10 Im* 53* for 25*: '4s. 2 for ....35* ECONOMY FRUIT JARS, quart*, , B. & M. Fish Hakes, tin 17* dozen $1 .15 Shrimp—Dunbar's, ,can ... 15* KERR MASON JARS, Pints, d0z....85f Moorehouse Salad Mustard, jar 10* Quarts, doz.. 95*; dot. .$1.55 Premier Salad Dressing:, lrjj. bottle..4o* JAR COVERS-—MASON, dot 25* Corned Beef. No. 2 can 25* SCHRAM, doxen 29* Corned Beef Hash, large can 15* KERR WIDE MOUTH, d0zen....43* t-ne*a ui.cu.ta. p k, 5* ECONOMY, dozen 29* £«* J, 'i » » k «" *»♦ PimwM 9 li»K Qsl Helm. Blpe Olive*, can lit J , £,.d'i'i « j Sylmar Ripe Olive*. No l ran 25* 'Good Luck Rubbers, 3 dozen 25* r. K Fine Table Sauce, bottle lO* Special Rubbers, 4 dozen 25* "ntdera Chill Bauc*>. bottle 221 Vinegar— Heinz'a White Pickling, gallon. ! J"'™*!'? l to * boU " Kjca. i' IKtf •' nnarf Sweet M teil Pl-ltle*. 12-og. Jar 85* * lra " q a»t . rr* 8 "®« 1 Dlll ««»«•. lrjr can, IS* S f0r..\..27e Ise the best— Don t spoil your pickles, Ohlrardelll Orr-und Chocolate, lb 27* S lba..BT* etc., with poor, cheap vinegar. sweet Chocolate, ik cake ...a®* H. 0. Steam Cooked Oats, 2 pkgs 27* ?* ur# B " ,k Ac "» * ,h * »♦: »»- «»* saferiss? 2 m sa est* jrszifs k-IZ-S: 1 llffed \S heat, 2 for 25* I Cataup. Helm's. large fcottle. 3S* Mnail IB* Quaker Rolled Oats, large pkg 29* cnt*up. smoem, urg« totn. 25*; amaii 17* Pure Rolled Oats, bulk, 5 lbs 25* ""<1 «•««. »> 25*; t u» 48* v n in Imcr JO* Royal Baking Powder, 12 om. can 37* „, , . *l, Calumet Baking Powder, Ib can 27* C.olden Age Macaroni. 6 pkgs 25* cryatai White soap. < for 25* Kingsford Corn or Gloss Starch, soap. « »>*.. as* 2 pkgtl 23* Blu,n * ■"«' Ammonia, bottle O*; 1 for 25* Uncle Sam's Breakfast Food", pkg.'! .29* [!!. w ~ %# i i on . * Borm* Chip*, Urge »»acka«o 29# Roman Meal, pkg. 34* , 2 pkgs 05* IJIIy White Br>np. 1 latge bara 25* Palmolive Sonp. 3 l>ars 20*; 7 bars 45* Hur* Red can coffee. it>. 43*; t% it>a... ti.os Rinso—Large pkg. 20<*; sm„ 4 pkgs. 22* M J p '<> 43* Sun Maid Seedless Raisins, 15-oz. pkgs M.Vimum Vo rL.St - ' OI •••••• • 37* Our Special Blend Coffee, Ib 33*. S 1b*..... 05* OLYMPIC MEAT CO. BAY CITY MEAT CO. FREE CHECKING STAND 1422 First Avenue 1426 First Ave. Choice Pork Roast, lb 22* Choice Pork Roast, 11. 22* Pork Back Hones, 6 lbs. for 25* steer Short Ribs', lb! .7.10* il° K ci v niKa* ii Steer Pot Ko&st, lb 10* Steer Short Ribs, lb lO* steer RoUed Rot , b 15^ Pot Roasts, lb. lO* c hoic<J Veal Roast, lb: 14* rhLfi wS ii n«rih Js l Choice Veal steak - lb via Steak lb Sußar Cu ™ d Picnics - lb w.. r rrJ PlVniri'it 1 Sugar Cured Bacon Strips, lb 22* Sugai Cured Picnics, 1b.... 17* SujfHr Cured Bacon Ib iet SURH"5 URH " rZJi Sl p'S!' \ ?»* Sußar Cured Hollywood Bacon, 1b... 16* Sllgai ( ured Anchor Bacon, lb 10* Sugar-cured Bon«le»a Rolled Butta, lb 32* Sugar Cured Hollywood Bacon, 1b... 16* Bacon Hack*, ib 30* Sugar Cured Boneless Rolled Butts, we carry Oellclou* Hnmi and Bacon. suSTcured iw» n B.ck.; ii,: P. FN TP AT. MFAT rn We carry Delicious Hams and Bacon W * _ 1420 First Avenue Pot Roast, lb 10* UNITED BAKERIES DDrAV\ Round Steak, lb 22* Pork Roast, lb 20* Veal Roast, lb 12^* Better Than the Best! eR ' £ h T'J h " c\u"* Pork Back Bones, 6 lbs. for .25* ___ Anchor Bacon, lb 15* 1 1-f D. Loaf lOC Hollywood Bacon, lb 16* Picnics, Ib 17* Olympic Market 1426 Ist Avenue Bacon l Strips.' lb.'22* • 1,000 OTHER ITEMS ON THE SAME LOW BASIS j Research of Water Diviner Followed BATH, Kng,. Sept. It.—Following recommandattona baaed on a water- 1 diviner*' reaaarrhea. thta city will *pent lit.MO (Inking well* to In- I rreaaa Ita water aupply. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER IK. 1922. Fancy Evaporated IVHCHM, lb LTT^ Meat o' Wheat, pkg Borden'a Eagle Brand Milk IB< Fiaher'a Wheat Berriea, pkg 181 Creamettea, pkg < 8< L. of V. (iolden Hantam Com, packed In glaaa * Peel's Uly White Soap. 9-ox. bar Ensign Seedless Kahuna Llbby'a Genuine Potted Chicken ..1 f*t R-lb. BAG CANE St'UGAR 580 Buy your sugar ax you need It. Watch for lower price* on augar. "YOUR LUCK" COFFEE, Mb. can 38< Vacuum packed—a special blend. Thin ia an introductory price only. What'll Moonshine Make the Boys Do? LONDON. B*pt. il._Dr. C. T. Harford nay* when a Frenchman drunk ha in guy, a Orman I anoraa and an Englishman flffhta.