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CHILD CRIES FOR VENGEANCE Charlotte Mills Begs the Governor for Help NKW BRt'NSWICK, N 3. Hept J* Ths vole* of » child cried for rsnsc* m* i n>lay on Iho murderers of Rev. Kdward W. Mall and Mr*. Jamoa Mill*, hta i holr leader, whoae Nolle* were found aide by aide on I deserted farm here. »T>*rlotte Mill*. l¥rold arhool (rtrl. aent a plea lo (k>v. Kdwards th*t ha do all In hta power lo find Ihe mvrrlerera of her mother and tha pavtor. The ittrTa plea came after Proa, eoutor Htrlrkler etated that he was una We. after two weeka' Invest!**. Hon. to find a due to the Identity of the alayer*. "Mother never did anything *ren*,'' the daughter Mid "I'm im In* to ap*m! tha reat of my life In to find out who killed her." ,J'harlotte'a plea to tJov, Kdwarda Show-it: V'Tlear Oovernor lam Charlotte HII*. of New Itrunawtck. My moth aa you know, waa murdered two ■>ek* a«o. and It aeema to me that HU Investigation la not bringing re M' ha** receive.) letters f-«m ■ i'ngers that a political e*n»r la Knlni; thing* C*n thai be tnte? RF'A.a we have no means to get legal K*lp. I* there not some way, dear tSgvemor. that you could help me to find <he murderer of my dear moth tr* Anxiously, "CHARIXm* Mlf.TJt * MOTOR SHIP IS STORM TOSSED La Merced Roughed on 69- Day Voyage ABTORIA. Or* . S«pt. 11 —The mo Mr achooner U ilcm<l, which reached here yesterday In tow of the lus Oneonta. reported on# of the k reuchfj' trip* experienced thi s turn Mr by any »htp. large or small W The little vessel. bound for Port ■ lnn<! frora the feolomon faUande. with • cargo of copra, consumed I) day* on Ih* journey During the trip. her master. Copt. Charles K. Johanwn, &*<l suddenly of hrart trouble, and •term* wracked the little ahlp. wrest, tac away her starboard propeller and ■kmi of bar Mlla. Forced to beat her war op tha coast with a few •mail sails and only on# engine running, tha crew lived fur day* on blacuita and canned soup. The la.it biacuit aboard waa eaten off Astoria. —barm A —mail order* real T fttfn * (09*30) P rom P* weod VOTr a'lention jf' _ <)wi?, Isl deliver* 1 1 this HEATER —exaoMjr as pictured Front rail. Kull nickel band. I.arg* nickel swing filter top mtra front door. H»ary caet linings. duplet arete and aeh pan Height to tup urn 17 Ine.; wid»h of body >4 In . diame ter fir» pot 14 In: floor space 20x17 lau; weight IIS lbs. slßll TERMS tl— A WEEK dbnduftHßraifaeGa IITfK I |T|7| I ■■ r#TN ; I "JAW MOMCY- I I 7>av»/ by stmam+r- | [DAII.T I T. ». 11 A. »!.. I. S. S. T. •P. M. I Mr row »■*<.!.f. TRIP \ Me rtlH HOISO TRIP 1 ■KuffiSaObßlH (ItAII.Y, llsrn Midaiakll (Usri %m 1 (»• Through I te Victoria an I gstwrday Wtl«h« Trip) | I Ilea.. Wed., WrL, «100 A. M. 1 I daily, ioio* r. m. I I liW A. M„ IWTM^^ I^*^K»o*T^HinA*r«s?A!s^ KrHght Paly | [ TtMUAf. leas r. I^l GOOD EVENING! WHAT ABOUT YOUR SUBSCRIPTION TO THE FUND? DANCER This is Marjorie Fielding, graceful dancer. She is being featured at the Metropolitan theater this week. With her mole partner Miss fielding is one of the mam attractions of the musical comedy. "Take It From Me." tvhich is making a hit as the opening xhoio of the Metropolitan's season. THK MKR.MAID S <ilfT A beautiful mrrmald fell In lov* With a youth who lU*d on land, And they used to tostt In lbs moon light pais And spoon on th* silver sand. But there cam* a night when the mermaid wept. "I must away,** **hl *hs. "To marry a merman king who rules The dim world under th* **a.~ But her* la a parting gift." ah* cried. "From > our green eyed ocean girl. A trvaaur* rare from an amber cave In a grotto built of pearl." And she left la bt* band a snowy •hell Kr* *he rank to h*r coral cloister - He opened It, lo! and found within A plump and succulent oyster. —Mian* I rein j in th* New York Her* Id. Don't Miss Page 4 PUBLIC LECTURES KATE M. NEVILL Internationally known Meta physician. In a aerie* of flv* PRACTICAL. LECTLREM ON MIICIHES OF LIFE BEGINNING FRIDAY EVENING B*ptonb«r !i. at » P. M. HI BJECTS: Friday, Sept 19. I P. M "Ouraelvea—What We Art." Saturday. Sept. 20. I P. M.— "Subconix-loua Mind—What It la— What It Do»»—How It Worka." Sunday. October I, II P. W "A Survey of Modern Heal- In* •' Monday. Oet t. * P M "How We Achieve Prosper ity." Tueaday. Oct I. « P. M "Can L>«atb lie Overcomer* Masonic Temple Auditorium Corner Pine and Harvard PUBLIC INVITED FREE-WILL. OFFERING I»caJ Headquarter* WAUMIKP HOTEL. Main 2M7 BUILT ON VALUES Values Some Idea of the Effectiveness of Value in Many Sections of the Store Is Gained From the Following Items: More Than a - N Hundred / Dining-Room x f Ij| Chairs j Ml Half Price Emphatic Sav- 3 lEL \\ ings on Dining U ,\ f \ Room Chairs where \] the sets are incom -1>1» • t«■. and several discontinued pat- Q- : s Cv terns. There are: Kef Mala l*ric* Prlrt I Walnut Chair* with brown leather »'*t* 1 »«o 94.50 J Walnut Arm Chair* wirh brown leather nests.. I*oo N.OO I Walnut Chair., with brown b ether »«-«t» to oo 10.00 1 Walnut Arm Chair. with brown leather *«-at,... IT 00 18.KO l« Walnut Chair*, with brown leather »r*t» 14 40 T.2R « Walnut Chan*, with brown leather »e«t» I ♦ "-1 T.OO I Fumed Uak Chair*, wllh brown l««ther eeat* . »00 4.50 t« Jacobean Oak Chair*. with brown leather xwte KO# 6.00 T Mahocani finished Chairs. with blue leather seat* • •• IIS# 1 Mahogany finish*! Chair, with blue leather I Mahogany finished Chair, with blue leather 1 Walnut finished Chair, with biua leather seat.. 1«&0 6.35 1 Walnut flnlahed Chair. wl»h blue leather »eat.. 17 so «.TB I Walnut finished Chair, with blue leather »eat.. Hi® ».35 i Mahogany ftnl»hed Chairs, with brown Isathsr seat. *:»• «•»» t Wslnut flnuhed thalr, with brown leather eeat II 10 10.78 1 Mahogany finished Chair, with brown leather seat t» »• ••28 I Mahogany finished Chair, with brown leather aeat Ill# 8.28 1 Mahogany flnlahed Chair, with biua Is*ther seat ...» 13 I® 0.38 I M*h'>g*ny finished Arm Chair*, with blue isathsr seats 1104 t.BO I Walnut finished Arm Chairs. with brown leath er seata Hl# 9.38 1 Walnut finished Arm Chair, with brown leath ar seat 10 W 18.00 I Mahogany finished Arm Chair, with brown leather sest 10 •• iS.OO 1 Walnut finished Arm Cbalr. with brown leath er seat 1500 T.BO I Walnut finished Arm Chairs, with biua leath er aeata UOO 0.80 1 Mah»gan>-finished Chair, with brown leather ~»• tie 4.T8 I Mshogany flnlahed Chairs, with brown le*ther . tn .- _ 1« 00 N.OO 1 Walnut finished Chair, with bmwn lesther *e*t !1 lO.TS 1 Ws)nut finished Chair. with brown leather M-nt 1»»0 0.80 Two Hundred Fine Quality Plaid BABY BLANKETS in various attractive colors, are offered at a very low price; each, 65c. Used Furniture, Ranges and Heaters in the Month-End Sale An Opportunity to Furnish Important reductions are made each month to effect an immediate clearance and make room for incoming household goods taken in as part pay ment on new Furnishings. Here is a partial list of bargains: Used Furniture 6 Arm Dining Chairs, priced $2.00 to $5.00 1 Four-foot Fiber Settee, as Rood as new.. .$12.75 1 $25.00 Reed Settee, 5 feet long, for $15.00 6 Full-sized Metal Beds, each SI.OO 1 Full-sized Metal Bed for SI.OO 1 $15.00 Square Extension Table for $7.50 12 Sets of Extension Tnble Leaves, 42-, 45- and 60-inch SI.OO 20 Extension Tables, all sizes $5.00 to $30.00 White Enamel Hoosier Table, porcelain top $38.75 Refrigerators, 100-pound ice capacity for. .$20.00 20 Rockers, priced $2.00 to SIO.OO 1 $25.00 Fumed Oak Buffet for $15.00 1 Sellers Kitchen Cabinet for $30.00 1 Golden Oak Library Table for $12.00 20 Full-sized Bed Springs $2.00 to $17.75 1 Jacobean Library Table for $20.00 1 $20.00 White Enameled Dresser for $15.00 1 SIO.OO Large Reed. Arm Chair $5.75 1 Black leather Rocker for $15.00 1 Oak Morris Chair, Vclour cushions $5.00 1 $15.00 Upholstered Davenport for $6.75 1 SIO.OO 3-piece Parlor Set for $5.75 1 $20.00 Golden Oak Dresser for $14.75 1 $15.00 Golden Oak Mantel Folding Bed SO.OO 1 $4.00 Fiber Arm Chair for $2.00 1 30-Inch Bamboo Book Rack $1.50 1 Fumed Oak Flat-top Desk $25.00 1 $25.00 Fumed Oak Library Table $10.75 1 $P»7.50 Drop Head Singer Sewing Machine $25.00 Globo-Wernicke Bookcases, five sections for $15.00 1 $65.00 Fumed Oak Buffet for $47.50 1 $6.75 Birds-eye Maple Arm Rocker $4.50 1 Bookcase with Settee $14.75 Three-piece Bedroom Set for SIB.OO TH F, SEATTLE STAR THE GROTL-WJRIN CD, OTTO F.KEGEL. PmfSetrl PIKE STREET AND Are the Keynote of The Grote-Rankin Co.'s Extra Low Prices Prevail in the DRAPERY Department Scrim Curtains with hemstitched borders and lace edges— 98c Pr . Scotch Madras A yard-wide, in fast colors, including blue, rose, gold, brown, mul berry and other attrac tive color combinations, are marked for clearance regardless of former prices. The yard, 95c Window Shades A limited quantity of tan-colored shades—these show slight imperfections. Also small shades made from our regular stock shade cloth, are in this offer ing. Bring your own measures. r* Priced each ..<3«7C Tuscan Net Curtains Very attractive designs are featured in this lot of Tuscan Net Curtains. They are 40 inches wide and 2» j yards long, and finished with fringed 1 /\ Q bottom. Priced pair «P 1 •HrO Wash Goods REMNANTS Short lengths of Ginghams. Voiles and Tteues, representing the season's most popular patterns— At Greatly Reduced Prices Twenty-five pairs of Wool and Wool-mixed BLANKETS that have become slightly soiled in handling, are offered at Reduced Prices. Rebuilt Coal and Wood Ranges At Reduced Prices Majestic, with 0-hole top $45.00 Wood, Coal and Gas Range $48.50 Quick Meal, with 6-hole top $54.00 Majestic, with 6-hole top $49.50 Paramount Coal, Wood and Gas Range $95.00 Monarch, with 4-hole top $54.00 Buck, with 4-hole top $45.00 Majestic, with 4-hole top $45.00 Monarch, with 6-hole top $50.50 Empress Malleable, with 6-hole top $67.50 Monarch, with 4-hole top $49.50 South Bend Malleable, with 6-hole top $54.00 Ohio, with 6-holc top $39.50 Perfect, with 6-hole top $54.00 Majestic, with 6-hole top $59.50 Majestic, with 6-hole top $49.50 Steel Cook Stove, with 4-hole top $15.75 Rebuilt Gas Ranges Exceptional Values! Clark Jewel, with low oven nnd A B Cabinet Claa Hange - S". $20.25 SSS. $41.50 Jewel Low oven A f*t\ Chambera Flreleea fcEO CA Qua Ilange 3>i£eOU daa Ilnnge «Pt/6iWV DomeMlo l.ow- d>l n A-n High Oven One Range— oven Una Range «Pl £* eOU while tfJQI CH "rlole High oven <tO O 1 A panel* * aOU One Range tPJO.IU _ _ New Method High oven A H High Oven One nange— ~ . _ _ _ _ sl9 50 Range $19.50 l""" 1 " *** A «/a*/V Rellftbl# ovrn I. Q A n High Oven (Ins Ilnngc— Oaa Range «PlO«W white OI"l Chambera Klreleaa d> jn Eft panels tPOH.fcU Qaa Rnngo iP^fceOU The prices on all Rebuilt Ranges, Gas Ranges and Heaters, include setting up and connecting in your home. Month-End Sale Marquisette Curtains with hemstitched borders, in cream and ecru colors, 98c Window Shades That are of a dependable quality in workmanship as well as material. The size is 36 inches by 6 feet; colors green and tan. 69c u. (Seconds) Discontinued Patterns of Imported and Domestic CHINA Half-Price High-grade Dinnerware—all decorated patterns In American and English China, marked for quick clear ance at HALF PRICE. Dinner Plates at $7.85 dozen. Breakfast Plates at $6.75 dozen. Sauce Dishes at $.1.00 doz. Dinner Plates at $6.73 dozen. Breakfast Tlates at $3.72 dozen. Soup Plates at $5.75 doz. 10-inch Platters at $1.40 each. 14-inch Platters at $2.65 each. Cream and Sugars at $1.70 pair. English Porcelain Dinner Plates at $6.96 dozen. Breakfast Plates at $5.67 dozen. Pie Plates at $3.54 dozen. Fruit Plates at $3.13 doz. REMNANTS Printed Linoleum In lengths from 7 feet to 25 feet, and six feet wide —priced by the piece. In many cases there are sev eral pieces of the same pattern, and good sized rooms can be satisfactorily covered. Make your selections early. The Values Are Exceptional! Rebuilt Heaters That will give long, satisfactory service Oak Coal Heater for m ...521.60 Large Howard Over-draft Heater for $49.50 Daisy Wood Heater ...$14.40 Large Wood Heater $31.50 Maywood Coal and Wood Heater $14.40 Acorn Coal Heater for ....$22.50 Quality Oak Coal Stove $12.60 Neverfail Combination Heater *...518.00 Fancy Oak Coal Heater SB.IO Economy Oak Coal Heater SIB.OO Graceful Wood Heater .....$14.40 Olympic Wood Heater $19.80 Universal Combination Heater $12.60 Washington Combination Heater .....$14.20 St. Clair Coal Stove .SB.OO New Idea Combination Heater $12.60 Empress Coal Heater $9.00 Round Oak Heater SIB.OO Howard Overdraft Heater $20.50 Oak Coal Heater $11.70 How Our "Exchange Service" Will Help Your Home Furniture and Furnishings—that your home no longer cares for—or that simply do not "fit," may be traded in as part payment on new or other used articles that will add wanted comfort and beauty. An appraiser will gladly call and give a valuation on your goods if requested. Just telephone and ask for the Exchange Department. The re-sale of this Used Furniture is made at the lowest possible prices—at no time do we quote prices on used articles as though they were new, but only the low prices based on value after we have taken them in exchange. PAGE 3 GROWING ON VALUES Pickle Dishes at 53c each. Covered Butters at $1.04 each. Bowls at 57c each. Cake Plates at $1.60 each. Covered Butters at $1.72 each. 10-inch Plates at $1.76 each. 14-inch Plates at $4.80 each. Covered Dishes at $4.20 each. Tea Pots at $4.33 each. Bakers at $1.72 each. Pickle Dishes at 72c each. Bread and Butters at $3.25 dozen. Covered Dishes at $3.54 each. Soup Plates at $5.67 doz. 10-inch Dishes at $1.09 each.