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JhU RSDAY. SEPTEMBER 2S. 1922.
Electric i a Here Is Another Bargain—in Every Way the Equal of Our 98-Cent Electric Iron Sale Last Week (And that was SOME SALE. In two days we sold n,ort> than two thousand—pretty good evidence that when you have a real bargain the people will respond with their patronage.) And this week—Electrical Week by the way—we are going to give the public another humdinger of a bargain FINE ELECTRIC PLATES WITH CORD ATTACHMENTS all ready for use in every home—no change of wiring 1 AO required—for JJ) X •T'O These plates are first-class in every particular; have seven-and-a-quarter-inch «»«lnig hot three minutes after the juice is turned on. and THEY H0 ,TJ ,K JJl KAT LONGER THAN OTHER PLATES BECAUSE THEY HAVE A SOLll) M Kr ACE. If you wish to jove a lady friend an ideal Christmas present, buy one of these plates for her. Kvery woman will appreciate such a gift—just tho thing she needs for her kitchen or dining-room. You doctors, dentists, et al. who need quick heat in your offices—here's your chance. Send your girl down to get a plate. It will certainly pay you. Sale Starts Tomorrow—Friday Morning Ends Saturday Night If we have any left they go hack to the old price—three times what we are asking for them at this sale. Three hundred people came in Monday morning and wanted to get an electric iron at 98 cents, but wo had to disappoint them. We had a few irons left but only at the regular price. The 98-cent price was for Friday and Saturday only. And don't go away until you have examined our stock of heavy imported Aluminumware and our Fine Enamelware. YOU CANT BUY THIS QUALITY OF ENAMELWARE FOR DOUBLE THE PRICE WE CHARGE. We sold several hundred dollars' worth during the electric iron sale. AND WE WOULD HAVE SOLD A LOT MORE IF OUR GIRLS HAD NOT BEEN SO BUSY WRAPPING UP IRONS THAT THEY DIDN'T HAVE TIME TO WAIT ON THE FOLKS WHO WANTED ALUMINUMWARE. This week we will have plenty of help, so that everybody will receive service. But come early—it will be helpful all around. Central Public Market 1422 First Avenue Between Pike and Union Hurry Up! u If You Want to Win *50.00 "Great Recipe Contest I Positively Close* Saturday I September 30th I H rarton rartan nrtnn ■ ■ Only two more days and someone will win $50.00 ",V 22; ■ I for their favorite recipe. That person can be YOU! I I But don't delay! The time is short. Recipes that JJ ■ I are mailed Saturday, September 30th, will be ac- JJJJ £*£ I I cepted. But none later than that date. Mail your T - *• •• 10 '-* 0 '••• 'I ■ recipe today and take no chances. I H No mstter wtul your farorlta reclpa U for—pla, doughnut*. _ _ iif _ H cake. cooklae. rooks, n meat dlah; whatever It I*. we want It. FREE! BALLOONS H ■ We want to nhow you that you ran vaatly Improve It by ualng . ... H ■ r , . . .. far jr« nnd stria. Aak roiir ■ ■ Pacific Nut Margarine In Its making. ar . rrr f.r lb* rHRK b«n»«n ■ ■ KltfH away %%l»h r%ery pm k- M Pacific Nut Margarine la Incomparable for richness, whole- age «r I'aeirie >ut tfarnrine. ■ gomenea* and pur* goodneaa. It la eaallv digested for It con- H tain* nothing but refined cocoanut fat. pura pasteurised milk, H dairy aaJt and molature. Scientific blending make* It tempting SIMPLE RULES H In flavor and mora nutritious than any almllar product. I*a* H It today, and evsry day. In jour cooking and on your tsble. feae"onal*' "bakVre * "and I employe* of thl* com _ ______ pany. I* eligible to en- ■ ■ HOW TO WIN snd win a prise ■ Nam* of A ■ 1100 91 In CAHH PRIZKB will be award- grocer must accompany ■ ad for th' ten l>e*t rertpe* In wblrb Pa- "elpe < ontxat «'"»«•* ciflr Nut Mar*arin*» In an lncr«dl«ikt. By I 1 r H| I DRAT.KRfI* aavln* the r»nda of Pacific Nut cartnna «" Prominent food H ■ uri/tL.r.nr'. you rJ|n , n cr*aae your pm* expert* will aoft aa ■ I We will pmj f'ifl IJf award By *"0410* 'n 25 carton end® you )ud*"» ■t'Aftlf to fkr atarr *an win 9*0.00 for Klrat Prize. If you fjT a*ndln* carton ■wber* wlnnrr of tfcla i«nd In 10 rarton "nda you can win 920.00 enda. will ■rretp* runtrmt pnrrhmm+4 fr,r Flrat Prlit Hut If no r*rfon »»nda areatly facilitate thflr ■Paetflr >Nt .tfaraartar. are a*»nt In Mrat Prise will be $lO 00. He* prlae awarda. but It la |[t _ will pmy ?«u to lit* Prlia IJat It'a "aay to nave rarton J l /* 1 to aend !•!< IKIL JVt'T *nda. I,ay th*m aald* aa you uae Parlflc t. T win a ptl«*. 4 R«*4lt l\Nut. Your frianda will alao be alad to b•eo rn a th«» Hi ** r + '°r > ou - pany* r ° coin- Bj I /'SBSmk YOUR DREAMS COME TRUE! I H /llffll Tou'va bean wishing you bad a chanca to "pick up" some monay. ■ /iJI There are things you'vs been longing for hut denied you hecauaa H ■ lack of funda. Your dreams can now come flit down and ■ jdaah off that recipe. No extra work or lime Is necesisry to win. H After Saturday It Will Be Too Late to Win SSO! I PACIFIC NUT BUTTER CO. 72 COLUMBIA ST. SEATTLE Christmas Is Not Far Away! THE SEATTLE STAR CyisAna Just Another Tale of Wrecked //ome—Faith of Loyal Wife Destroyed*—W cabling Husband and the Other Woman. IVar Miss (Irey: I am coming to you in this, the darkest hour of my life. A few years ago I met and married the one man in all the world. Oh, we were so hnppy; it seemed our love grew more and more am the years passed, until our friends have told us that they never saw two so devoted. Oh, Miss (Irey, if you could have seen him rush home from his work, take me in his arms, and tell me what a wonderful wife I was, and that there could be no life without me, for him. I'ntil about eight months ago. when I began to see a change, lie began to find fault about little things. I thought he was working too hard, so I would put my arms around him and tell him I would try to not make these little mistakes ngain. That only seemed to make him worse. It is now so I cannot do anything to please him. I Then Ilia lima came when h« told me that there »a* another woman In ihi* llfa and thai ha waa tired of ma. I Whan I aaketl him why. ha aald he didn't know. ) MIM tlrey, ha laid Ma head In my lap and'cried Itka a child, lla told ma that t had two one of the l>eet when (tod aver cava to any man, and that ha would lota me a* long aa Ufa laated, but that ha loved the other woman *•> much that ha could not and would not give har up. i Now, Mlaa Urey, I know thla wom an and know that aha think* he hae money. Me haa, but not what ah* Ithlnka. For aevati year* 1 have .worked and aaved to help makn what we have, and now I am working for lour apartment ao aa to «ave the rent, jith. Ood. how hard 1 have tried to Ihe a good wife and make a home Ithat he would lovo to coma to! j Where have 1 failed? Hut when I found there wa* noth- Ing to do hut give him up, I told him he rould have g divorce: but thla ha refuaed. aaylng aha rould never lie the woman I am or ah* would not try to break up a man * home; that *he would hgve kicked him out. But that Dhf had promlaad that ahe would wait for him until ha waa frea, than he would want har It l* almoat more than 1 can aland when I think aomaone la watting for my life ln«maiH*. and don't fall to tell me that then he will have money to make her a home. I talked to tier and tried to get her to give him up: but aha only Mid that lie. and not ahe. wa* to blame, and that If ha rared for her, *h* couldn't help It, and that aha didn't want him, aa ah* couldn't truat a man Ilk* him. any way. Then *he went to him and told him all about how aha had worked me and laughed about It. Of rourae lie cama home and told ma all about It. I have told her that *ha would have to give him up: If *he didn't t would kill har, and t will. The only thing that ha* atay*d my hand thla long haa beoti my faith In Ood and that M* would make them do what wa* right. Hut I have prayed for eight long montha until It aaema a* tho I can't prav any more. Mlaa Orey. can yoti help me? Can you aay eomethlng that will comfort me' 1 muat have h*lp at once or It will be forever too lata. A IIEART BROKKN WIFTt I ly dear, a good captain net er de terlt hit thip. etperMly if he lot et her. at all good captain* do. lie would not eten leate the helm to go and tlay the matter of a pirate *hip. kut would tttck to the Wheel and tteer hit craft Into tafe and peaceful I water*. VOM now find yourtelf In a poti CORNS Lift Off with Fingers 1 R \a J Poesn't hurt a bit! Prop * llttla "KrMuonn" on an aching corn. In atantly that corn stop* hurting, than ahortly you lift It right off with fin gers. Truly! Your druggist sella a tiny bottle of "Freesone" for a few cents. aufflclant to remove every hard corn, aoft corn, or corn between the toaa. and tha calluses. without soreness or Irrita tion,— Ad vertlsement. It's Neuritis Not Rheumatism That Nharp. atahhln* pain In tha tippar arm, about th» ahould*r Mad*, In th» mpo of tha nark. alori* th» foraarm or down tha thlirh and !•«. la oftan Naurltia —not Khaumatlam. If you hava aavara frontal haadartto with a failing that aomathhi* la twltrh- Inir or pulling At th« ay«balla—a dull, arhlnc pain In tha l»ark. arrompanlad by an o«-«-aalonal ahootlnt pain In tha alda numbnMii or tingling tn tha fln««>rfl or "»tltr*h»n" of pain hara at»d th»ra. tha rhanrM ara that your troubl* la N>urltla. No tnatt*r wh»r« your pain IN lo«*atad, you ran «#t prompt rHlaf without taking bromldaa, narrotlra or othar dop* Tak* a tmw Tyamol Tablata In hot wat»r, and In a faw mlnut«a you will ha rid of tha • ortura. Tyamol IN guarantftad harmlaaa. It halpaa to aootha and haal tha waak, Inflamad nmrr** Don't auffMr any longar. Oat a 11 park ag« of Tyamol Tablata from Bartall'a or th* Owl. or any rallabl* drufglat Tyamol Co, Mfg Chamlata. 400 fluttar fit mat, Han Kranrlaro Advartlaamant. YOU'LL FEEL BETTER WHEN YOU GIVE TO THE FUND Mlaa Orey wilt race!** callera In har office Monday, Wedneaday ■nd Friday from I to t p. m., and on Tueaday an<; Thuralay from U a. m. to II m each weak I'laaaa do not coma at othar Hmee aa It acrloualy Interferea wtlb har writing. Mo* identical trill l the captain. Of! j *«• placed you In watch ot rr the l*anrtlfy of your ko*'; at the guar '"l" angel o/ the moat mred earthly ' lit•flfwflon W«i feci that file world would be much better of/ withoul Ike pirate* and tulluret that hoter about, toill itiU for their prey, but we do not knou , except lo a key the prralrtl of 'til the com mandmcntt, "THOU 1 811 ALT SOT KILL." Thm cam ma m) 1 mmt refer* only to the flrtli, tho. You may fight mental battle* and *Jay ttll mind*. I.rt you r entire rncryy be directed to- Hard fhi* end Slop your *1 it Inp. your druging.at once. Quit working lor your apart ment tent, I'll wager this I* Ike whole troulte—you hare irioar, thru your deep affection for your hutband, hit human doormat and he hat wiped kit muddy bnolt all over you. Hut you know. thr worm will turn; and ll't high time for you to make inch a mote, fftop helping lo hoard up money that tame disrepu table hutband-tnalcher h trailing lo •pend TeII your hutband firmly Ikli day that he U to proitde the home and you trill care for it Upend your timi money on *et/.lmprovement <lo lo a good beauty parlor and get "dolled up" to beat the band. Iluy tome new clothe* thru the aid of your I rutty mirror practice (kit *mUe ■ that won't trear off Culflt ate tome I friend* and go out tcilh them. Don't (let your hutband know your rtery jmote Be independent and *ome. jwhat myttertoa*. 11 hat been Mid ' by thotc trko p rofett to know the inner worltlngt of the tnatculine I heart that all men love mytlery more or let* In the feminine oex. you hate one of Ihett hutbanda— keep hint guetting Don't et-er again tpeak to that tote dou-n rkararter trko i all* hertelf a woman Don r mention her to your huthand. fontidcr her to far be neath the dirt under your feel that yon trill eten force yourtelf to forget her. Right here and note I want to tay thai there thould be latct. tie' 't law*, that would deal harthly irilk I women llt:e her. The world It alto : get her too full of Ihem. I forget th It Mr aof killing the other 'woman, or dlt arcing your hu*kand. etc. It only kinder* yon from walk ing in the right path. Treat your k**kand pretty much the tame at you would a tmall boy who had got ten Into the proverbial tarn. He tweart that he lovet you, and I'll wager he doe* lie tayt he lore* the Other woman, too; but Iktl'l Impo*- tible. A man can't lore two women In Ihe right way at onre —*o ift a tafe bet that Ihe other t« merely a mad infatuation that will patt quick ly. ukrit handled properly by the tane hand ot ihe woman wko hat a rightful place In M* komc and heart. Will you write again and let me know how you get along? S'nme for Short Story Club Pear Mlaa Gray: fould you sug gest a nam* for • ahort olory tlub, composed of high achool and unlver alty students? J. N. Why aof the Junior Scrlbetf • • e Would Be Music Teacher Iwar Mlaa (irey: I am an ad vanced pupil In mualc and would Ilka to know If there la any place In Seattle that one might go and lenrn to ba a mualc teacher' I could teach those under me now; but would that be aufflclent knowledge to begin to tea« h ? P. B The Cornish fehoot and the (ni reriity of Washington offer ad ianeed conr»r» in mmte fhaf irnuld fit one to brrome a wiwstc teacher. There are a mint her of flrtt rtaf lat udios in the city, too; but in my position I «m nof permitted fo recom mend profeuional person* thru thete column*. a a • Request for \ Recipe near Mlaa Orey: Will you pleaae Itt m* know how to m«k« oil of p*P- from the plant and oblige, MRU. n / am sorry, but 1 haven't these di rection* If nny of the reader* have *nme and will be kind rnouoh to aend them to me f uitl be plad to publiih them. • • • Writes on Blood Transfusion Dear Mlaa Oreyi necently T read lan article In your paper about a i mother who gave up her hlood In I order that her aon might go to high Bchool. If It were a matter of life and death It would be different. You know lioya nowadays go to school to have a K°od time, mostly, and this lad will probably never appreciate hla mother's kindness and suffering I wish some of tha readers would reply to this question: "Poes this boy'a education count more than Ills dear mother'a life?" I Jhlnk when a hoy r»t» old rnoiifh A Colossal Shipment of MODELS HAS JUST COME IN Presenting the late and most beautiful thoughts in dress. Every woman in Seattle who intends selecting a new wrap, suit or dress during the next week should certainly see these unusually smart garments—so surprisingly priced at— WITHOUT COMPETITION W) /u>, if'CJS You Must Be / fTy] jjir/L. Satisfied or Are Not Jl C .jt This great organization is f fx? )'MI !\3 devoted to one purpose—to U[l ((| / //1 satisfy every customer. V f ||/ 1 > With our long-established I I iV Lr reputation for integrity in L*JL\ X rr Tj style and value, we feel wA J J( obliged to constantly main- ]i\r/v-*"* L tain this eminent position— and we do, no matter what New Fall nre*«*a of Coat ot Mannlah Crepe I'olret Twill and the COSt tO US. Material Tweed and Trlcotme all aleaa Wool Valmir—alt mieg •10 »1« "Sweet Sixteen" Fills a Special Sphere— Accommodating All Women—Sizes 16 to hU Thousands at sl6 and as Many Higher Priced —and the same rule of pricing applies to the "Higher lips." It's the great volume of business that counts with us in our chain of stores—not the getting of great profits. u "' * * j- J I xnt "" fisn I'linrUfO l to go to hl«h school he l» old enough to work hU way thru, Just like lota of ambitious students are (loin*, and not rnaku hid dear mother Buffer mora for him. AN OFFICE GIRL, a • • To Make fringed Skirt Pear Mian Orey: Will you publish direction* for making a aklrt with f rinse at the bottom? I wish to mtM one and have been unable to secure any Information on It. I. J. Only straight tklrt• may be tue ret. fully fringed; (Anl is. tho*e not made ui»A gore*. /(imply rotel the bottom of the iktrt to thr depth you wi»h fo frittor. If yon trtsfc U fringed down thr aide. ravel It la the »<i me irny. and utiteh the tklrt together at the aide by hand, urtiig the blind ■lilrki DOES LAUNDRY WORK AND nn Surprised to Find Her self Feeling So Well Tgunton, Mas*. —"I used to have paina in my back and lrga ao badly, imiimiiuiiiiiiml w 'th other trou llll" iKMHUUII e * , * iat women ll' sometimes have, I " th * t rn y doctor or- L derod me to atay in bed a week hi ■ every month. It II ' < *' c ' n much l| A |U (food, ao one day || after talkingwith II I. • friend who took II Iht Lydia E. Pink ham'a VegeU- Compound for about the aame troubles I had, I thought I would try it alao. I nnd that I can work in tha laundry all through the time and do my house work, too. Last month I was ao sur prised at myself to be up and around and feeling so good while before! used to feel completely lifeless. I have told aome of the girls who work with me and have ouch troublea to try Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com pound. and I tell them how it haa helped me. You can use my testimo nial for the good of others. "—Ura. BLANCHE SILVIA, 69 Grant St, Taun ton, Mass. I t'a the same story—one friend tell ing another of the value of Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound. -- Advortla*m«nt Skin Troubles Soothed ■ With Cuticura 1| We. Tell It With VALVES! 1023 Second Ave., Cor. Spring ShenanJUy &Co. } > VICTROLA value Is ex pressed to a paramount degree in this £l5O model. We know no better way of singing its praises than by putting on a Kreisler, McCor mack or Galli-Curci record for you, and letting those' wonderful artists tell its typi- cal Vidor story. And L '»<, remember: your Vic trola can be bought Sherman & Go. VMMk - lyoku* - foNUU n PAGE 11