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rRIPAY, SRTTEMBKR Ift. 1922.
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11Welfare League Leader
¥¥¥¥¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥
j Makes Small Money Go Long, Long Way
At (h* top of the lUt of Seattle
Institutions devoted ta the aid of
the poor I* the Socttl W#lhr«
league Co-operating with practical
ly every other Institution of *erv
kre and with the Mate and county
and city authorities, the league I*
•quipped and doea provMe the
Major amount of service to the
poor In Seattle.
-Quietly It does Its work and it la
■k'.dorn that the average ctttaen
cornea In contact with Ita worker*
or knows that the family next door
te under the watchful eya of the
league
"It is not •uffirlrnt that the
pantry of a family k<- stocked
at public expense." say* Mt»*
Kvel) n (iardiner. executive sec.
rrtsry of the league "The
family must. If po»eibir. he
57
My! they
taste good
Slowly baked in real
ovens—to a tempting
gold brown—until each
bean is mealy, mellow,
tender and delicious
clear through to its
center. And to the nut
sweet richness of the
beans is added the dis
tinctive flavor of Heinz
famous Tomato Sauce.
What could be better)
HEINZ
OVEN BAKED
BEANS
with Tomato Sauce
r
Where the Social Welfart League Lends a Hand
■Mdo aetf aapp acting and *
proper unit of eoclety. Hence
■be Iftist'i biggeat effort In
always toward the rehabilita
tion of* the homo that has I al
ien into bard ways"
So. day after day. tha ak tiled and
humane visitors of tha league travel
about the city supervising h»re and
'uggeatlng there waya and means to
make a small amount of money go
a long way toward the support of a
family.
"Aid first: Investigation later." I*
tha slogan of the league, and It fol
low* then that Instantaneous help
ran be obtained for a family In need
or on* that meets disaster when ap
plication is made to the league.
The league waa supported last
Dance Teacher
Thinks Reform
Is on Its Way
He Has Taught for 70
Years Classic
Stepping
Louis Kretlow
For 78 year*, Iy>ul* Kretlow of
Chicago ha* been teaching dancing
During that time h* ha* kept a
chart of th« rtaa and fall of the
dance, and he eara he ran recon
•truct the hiatory of the paat 70
year* much more accurately from
hia map than from memory or
book*.
"For the paat lo year*, the danc*
hna *unk competently .md rapidly,
until It reached th* lowe*t i>o**lble
l«v*l In tha aeaaon of l»21 »nd
Im. It loot all grao*, b»auly, re*.
rear and will be supported this year
b'y the Hnttlt Community Kund It
Is one of the largest agencies derlv
ing Ita main support from the public
thru the Fund and ht> been of vital
sso!stance to the fund organization
In the standardisation of welfare
work In the city and of the ellmtna
tion of wasteful duplication of effort
Shortly Community Fund will
make Its second annual appeal
ta Heat tie for the support of It*
S3 agrnrtra of social and cHtr
work during the ensuing I?
months. The Mortal Welfare
league will receive Its necewary
share of the which will
be raised In the Community
Kund rampaign which opens on
Neptetnber tl and continues until
October 3.
BLAINE TO TALK
BASIN PROJECT
Will Confer With Spokane
Citizens
BPOKANB, «ept. II —E F Blaine
of Heatfl*. for nearly two year* a
representative of tha West at tha
national capita) on behalf of the
rtmlth MrNnry land hill, will be a Spo
kane visitor next Tuesday, according
to word received at tha Chamber of
Commerce Wednesday. During hi*
visit Mr. Blaine will be tha guest of
honor at a dinner, and will meet
with representative* of the Columbia
haaln project and local reclamation
and Irrigation committee concerning
tha reclamation and distribution of
land* In th* Northwest.
lllalnft In credited with the compila
tion of the Hmlth McNary bill and l»
on* of the boat Informed men In the
Northweat on land quaatlona, affect
mi? tha dlatrlrt.
Hlalna will mak* a abort Ulk at
lha weekly luncheon of tha Clwunbar
of Commerce on the day of hla vlalt.
»on and eren deceney," ha a*a«rt*
•Now people ara ao dl*«uatad
with It tha pendulum la bound to
awing back, and aaner dancing la
returning, uahertng In an era of
restraint and conaervatlam
"Heventy yaara ago I *«» teach
ing the minuet, wait*, achoUiach*,
redowa, polka, and later the <jvia
drllle* and Kngllah lancer*. The*e
were beautiful dancaa and I aspect
to teach them all again. They're
bound to coma back.
"The people, not the dancing man
tera, create the dance*. No teach
er* can make popular what the pub
lic doea not care for And pa»ch<>-
logical condition* determine the
dunce, Ju*» aa they do polltlcul and
aoclal life."
Kretlow la nearly 10, but he I* a*
light on hla feet aa Redolph Valen
tino, and there'a no auggegtlon of
a atoop about hi* ahouldera. He
attribute* hla health and agility to
hla continued practice of dancing,
which he began to leach aa a boy of
7. Ill* pawiita war* Uutli duiiouif
U>aub«ra»
THE SEATTLE STAR
HE TELLS OF U.S. 1
LOINS TO FARMS
Nathan Hale, Congressman
of Tennessee, Speaks
NpeukliiK (HI the lilun* and pur
poara of the government farm loan
fund. Nathan H*l», former congreaa.
man from Ttnuw, arldreaacd the
Youhk Men a Itepuhllran rlub at IU
weekly meeting Tliuraday, In Wolf*
rflfrlirto.
"l-aat year," Mala a*ld, "the gov
ernment provided a fund of (1,000,-
000.000 for dlalributlon among tha
famine, live »tock ralaara and dairy
man of tha I'nlted HtJitna, In oritcr to
meet tha emergrnry which had Item
created aa part of tha aftermath of
th# war.
'Tha war fmanra corporation,
whlrh ha* functional an afftractouaty
In aiding tha financing of war Indu*
trlaa during Ihr world conflict, waa
ravlved for ih« purpoaa of dlatrlliul
lug tha huga fund •
"In laaa than a yaar 1110,000 000 of
tha fun.! waa ktanad lo tha farmer*
In tha Middle Weatarn *tate« and In
tha cotton atataa Klghty million dol
lar* of thla amount wna loaned to
live etork ralaara a lon a.
"Tha monay hvned by the war
finance corporation la not loaned up
on raal aatata IWWIty. aa la the i-aee
with loanaa made under tha farm
loan art. but money from thla fund la
loaned upon paraonal property, live
atork, farm produce In warehouadt
and pouultry product*.
"Tha war finance rorporatlon pro
vldaa for a need that tha banka ran
not rover, for tha reaaon that the
loan required by tha farmer la a long
tima loan, while banka ar« llmlird to
abort time paper "
WOULD CHANGE
BUILDING CODE
Removal of Restrictions to
Bring Activity, Claim
Ramnval of WT»r«l of tha puaaut
roMiirllona In tha bulktlng rn), with
• raaultant atlmulua In conat ruction
projacta. la aoucht by tha city build
In* corta rommtaaton. accor.linc lo
raroHimi-ndatlona otitlinM by Chair
man Robert L. Proclof,
Immadiata action to amonl tha
roda will ha aakad. Proctor aald.
InrludH In tha propoard > imngna
la tha allowing of mill ronatroctlon
In tha downtown dlatrtcta. wliara at
prawn I only fireproof ronatruction la
panuittcd An Incraaaa In tha ntim
bar of atort'a of hotal bulMinsa a tan
will ba aoucht.
IVoctor ilwlarrd that If thaa*
rhangaa arr allowad Flr*t ava. In
particular will ba craatly bcncfllad.
F FREDERICK I
! & NELSON I
FIFTH AVENUE AND PINE STREET
MOOTES SfiOIEE
Buys'
Extra-Knicker
$6.45 i
tX TOT only on account of the
IN extra pair of knicker
bockers are these Suits splen
did values, but l»ecause of
the exceptionally serviceable i
suitings and careful making.
Both pairs of knickerbockers
are full-lined. Sizes 9 to 16
years—s6.4s.
Extra' Knicker
Well-tailored Suits in me
dium-wale corduroys, provid
ing for extra service in every
detail, with !>oth pairs of
trousers full-lined, sizes 9 to I
15 years, $7.45.
Ruff-Neck Sweaters, $2.15
Heavy enough for year-'round wear a.re these low
priced Sweaters, combining school colors in then con
trasting collar and cuffs-—sizes 28 to 34. Priced at
s®.ls. THE DOWNSTAIRS STOIIB
Men's Shirts,
With Artificial-Silk Stripe*
Men's Medium-weight Union Suits, $1.45
WELL-MADE garments of medium-weight cotton,
long sleeves and ankle length, sizes 36 to 46 —
priced unusually low at $1.45.
* v TUB DOWNSTAIRS STORK
Fog Bass Are Seen
Drifting in Cloud
CAT IIKAII 1.H.11T1101 NK,
Mlrh.. Srpl IS.—A nrw kind of
(tali lmi> liwn dlacovered off
lirre. II l» mllrd tile fog baaa.
Alllin none of Ilia* Hull lita bwil
pulilli l> rxhlblted, newe of Ui»
dlaruvrry lint thinned the eti
Ihualaani of Norlhporl, (illla
I'lrr mill Inland anglrra l« it
lrolh,v rllrrvKM-wirf. Nparlmen
I oll<M tora and ball ratlin* v«)M
rra Iroin far flung rrarltea of
(•rand Tra»ei*e bay air flocking
lo Ihla »li-tnll > .
Thla lataa only axlata, II la iMltevad.
In a half mlla atretrh of ahoal
wator off Cat Head polnl. where
■ometlmea the fog la ao thlrk that
Hm light of day la totally excluded;
ao heavy that tha flaharman'g pipe
or rlgaret la anuffad out. Iloatman
muat weir ollaklna to |ienetrate It
Klral word of the new fiah ail
brought Into Noctliport by Henry
Itando, a grlrrlrd and wind
hlllen Irapper living aoiilli of
hrre. Ilando, drifting Inlo the
log bank wlille art ling alurgron
line*, felt aotnrllilng bruah
agalnat hla ahnuldrr. Hashing a
light, he aaw a large flail awlni
tiling In the atmoaphrre, Hire*
feet ahotr tile water.
Completely myetlOrd and drenrhe<l
to tha akin, Hondo thought hla boat
had t>een atnve In hy a anag. and that
ha waa under water. A eerond flaah
of tha light revealed, however. two
docena of tha flah feeding on lah»
file* aettllng on top of the fog Imnk
from 1& to JO feet overhead
He heard a faint, reedy fluting
Now and then an unuaually large
mem tier of tha arhool would glide
down Into lha laka. dlaappearlng
with a dertalva aplaah.
Ilando atmrk at Ihe alrag
gk-ra actrral tlrnea wllh hla oar,
but they evaded him. Itelurnlng
lo hla alianly mi Khrgott rreek
he i hanged hla rlolhlng, Ihen
drove to North port. where he
procured li* limit te By meana of
Iheae. It la aald, he taught be
lore nightfall IS of Ihe flah, all
Idenllral wltli Ihe amall mouthed
baaa. aa«a 'or a third eye whirl)
g leant a wllh a phoaphorearenl
altera from Ihe renter of Ihe
forehead. Thla eye Beta aa tha
headlight. It la believed.
Tt«a flah alao hear two hollow,
■pin) apendagea to the gllla. Three,
Ilando dec la roe, function aa min
iature fog home, dua to tha Inruah
Once Film Actrew
GeU Divorce Here
An Interlocutory decree of dlvorca
waa (ranted Caroline Italian, former
film artreaa. when ahe appeared
Thursday before Preaiillng Judge
Auattn K Orlffltha In »upertor court
and rhargad tleorga K llatlen wllh
being Inaanely )ea!nu».
of air when tin owner hingea f<
fllea.
lUitdo'a method of ratrhlng
the IMH IK loll* the balloon* lo
Ilia hook, aeltlng I In- nut fit adrift
111 Ult* log. Tlir halloona float
along until lhe» atrlke a flah
The agnilpaprr ranrlng llrklea
Ilia latter. which rtpn-»r> Iti
merriment by | romulalv* flop.
Il land* lilm on the hook,
Angler* who art out lo I«|| (lie
»lor» dlaroverad ihat a high
north weal wind hail diaper aed
Ihr fog bank.
FREDERICK & NELSON
1,800 "Sample"
At an Extremely-Low Price
HANDKERCHIEF supplies lor some time to come may be MM m
purchased in this Saturday offering at a decided saving. JL
There are:
White with corner embroidery in white, gray or colors (many
designs especially for children), with hemstitched or overcast edges.
A smaller group of Colored Handkerchiefs
-of soft-finished lawns—special, Saturday, 10<* each THE DOWNSTAIRS STORK
Such Lovely Colorings in
T he New Autu
for Schoolg
—Sorrento - blue, Bright-red,
Reindeer, Ruff, Navy, Copper
and Olive—and almost as wide
an assortment of materials,
Velour, Broadcloth, Polaire,
Chinchilla and Tweeds. r"V7
Girls who come coat- /xf|i c I J V -/
shopping Saturday will joundi.
find the styles they ad- SP«I* p5
mire in Downstairs 1 [T
Store displays, in Coats * M 1
with fur collars, stitch- i \
ing or button trim-
ming. \1 W
Sizes 2to 16 yearn \ /
Priced at $5.50, $6.75, *-A ; >
$7.50, $8.75 to $15.00.
—THE DOWNSTAIRS STORK v
Boys 9 and Youths 9 School Shoes
Built Over the Reliable Army-Last
$3.50 $4.55
In heavy brown calf, with Goodyear welt soles; these I Vfp 1
Shoes provide for service as well as comfort. H Jjf j IF L! 1
Sizes 11 to ISVi, $3.50 pair. jfif /
Sizes Ito 2, $4.00 pair. BMfc jx»/ jf
Sizes 2 \'i to 6, $4.50 pair. |: Jw
BOYS* AND YOUTHS' HEAVY' BLACK CALF LACE rgT J
SHOES with nailed soles; extra heavy and very ser
viceable.
Sizes 11 to 13 tj. $2.05.
Sizes 1 to 2. $3.25. CHILDREN'S PATENT LEATHER RO
- 2'i to 6. 53.50. MAN SANDALS, with hand-turned
T-w«.-vr.e soles, sizes 3 to 8, $1.45 pair; B'/fc to 11,
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S 5195 pair<
LACE SHOES in brown Lotus
calf and gun-metal high- GROWING. GIRLS' BROWN CALF
cut pattern, on broad-toe last, LACE OXFORDS on medium and round
with welt soles. Sizes 8«/ 2 to 11, toe lasts, with low heels. Sizes 2\ £ to
$2.35 pair; 11 to 2, $2.86 pair. 7, $3.35 pair.
BROKEN LINES OF BAREFOOT SANDALS AND PLAY OXFORDS, for
Misses and Children, reduced to 95< pair. -THE DOWNSTAIRS STORE
THE DOWNSTAIRS STORK Offers £QQ Stamped
Particularly Attractive Value» in Centerpieces
Girls' Muslin Special 10c Each
V J I ■ __ *. _ fTTIIESE 18-lnch Centerplsces
U fXCtCT {£ CLYtTXGTIZS -*■ «>• stamped In attractive,
® easlly-emhroidered designs on rot-
GIIU.H BUXJMEIIH AT 35f In Klssh color or Whit* Muslin, (on crash. in white and natural
finished with I'lnttic and ruffls at knee and elastic at waist- rnlor or heavy while art cotton.
line MOT « to 12 yearn. Special I©# each.
BLOOM BR AND WAIBT COMBINATIONS. BO#— ln one easy
to put-on garment. generously cut bloomer* and fitted under- Cl-—.
waist, made of white barned dln.lty and while and flesh color WlUffipCU
muslin Morne finished with lacs or crabioldary •dglng—< slses TCO TOtVcls
ritINCKSS BUPB. BS#, 88* and OS# -Straight line, one ~ll* _ ,
piece garments of While muslin. with lacs edging or smbroid- SpCCial I Each
ery tilmmlng sites 6 to 14 years.
liIJtCK SATBBN BUXJMSRB, BO#—Well-cut. cnrsfully mad. ® , \T r "!* m P""« or blue-striped
HUM K HAl«.r.,> IUAA.I .n . ' -n* Tows line In appropriate patterns.
Bloomer. In goodquality -tMMg "?ORB «"* measuring 16x27 Inches,
these Towels offer uncommonly
•I good values at IB# e«ch.
Household Stamped
Pri i Brooms Tea Aprons
/ , 75c
M'i i| Mdium-wciKht, Broonv. with SSTTS
j II five 10WH 01 stitching alio long, Aprons of i-ink or whits organ
| ]\ white eniimeled handle—7sf. die stamped with dainty designs
1111111 I 111 liA -10# each.
Wood Baskets /f\\ Stamped
65c fife Lace-Trimmed
THESE HANDY WOOD L Scarfs, 35c
carrying Baskets, I hy/\/ l/0\ PsSrß There are 250 of these ijic#-
strongly made of splint 1 K/y LffiVM triniimd Scurfs for buffet or
wood, with reinforced l ot- |FxjQ dre*»ei, Mumped for rnibroidery.
torn. Low-priced at «s<. work ; »'«* »*«
—Housewares Section, pi Iced at 3B# each.
THE DOWNSTAIRS STOKE —TilB DOWNSTAIRS STORE
TAXI PARKING I
TIME LIMITED
TAIDMA, Kept II Taxi driver*'
will not lie allowed to park their rara !
in tha downtown reatrlrted parking
dtetrlrta any longer than the ordinary j
'-ar owner after their preaerit permit*
plre, f'ommlaaloner of CuWlc Hafe
<y John I- Murray annoumad today (
"Arrordlng to law, Ifa Juat aa llle
gal for a taxi driver to paik hla rar
! longer than one hour aa It la for a
private owner to do It," aald Murray
' "Aa anon aa the preaenl permlta ex
i plre. we are going to laaue no more
| The drtvera will have to take their
chunraa with the rent of tho public "
The rlty i nun< II elated Ita Intention
nf atanding behind Murray In hla
a> Hon
FIFTH AVENUE AND PINE STREET
NSBBSK
PAGE 7
LET ME NAME HIM.
MAYOR BROWN BEGS
I'rifln* fhiit M h« *lv«n « tr*m
hand In >«l«e1lni it »tr«jt *ii|.«rln
t»n<lcnt. M-iyor Brown, In * »«ul<wl
rammiinlettiixi to th* dljr i-ouo
<•11, amu-rU I hut lh» «treat 4»|i«Pt»
mrnt In drift INK aloit» with no
head. The mayor Indicated lhat
he IK Ktlll hopeful that the roun- II
will rtraimlilir If* rejection of hi*
appointment of Curl (lawman.
K.I.MKK A. BPKItRY, Inventor of
th« H|»rry Byroacope, the Kjrroaooplc
romp«M and olhrr ahlp HT"I dlrplnnfl
appliance*. «»■ to nrriv* In Heaftl»
Krld« y with Mr* Hperry, en route to
Tokyo, where Mr HpeiTy I* to have
fonfirrH upon him the Ordrr of lh"
Klein* Hun by lh» rnlkado. Mr. and
Mr* 8 parry will leave Beattla Satur
day on the Admiral liner
Oranf
New
Brassieres
Special
45c
THE popular bandeau
styles in flesh-color,
flowered and strip e d
weaves —sizes 84 to 44—in
a special offering at
each.
—THE DOWNSTAIRS STORE
Children's Taped
Union Suits, SI.OO
UNION RT'IT and tW»r*ilrt
combined —of medlumw«l*ht,
fleece-lined cotton, with bone
button* and h««ry tubular atrap*
to reinforce, and aupport undrr
garmrnla. St*** 2 to U yeara.
Priced at VI.OO.
—THE DOWNSTAIRS STORE

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