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liyySPAV. SEPTEMBER 28. 1922.
J+t+TMK INSTRUMENT OF QUALITY gonorji CLKAK AS A UfLU ■I I ■I I *I" 1 m \Thej^aso ■— Peerless— Queen Anne The Queen Anne Sonora is a master-work. Like the great creative artists of the world, Sonora experts have concentrated on the aoui of the phonograph. That soul is its tone, endlessly developed and perfected in the Sonora by subtle refinements through which the dead record is transformed into warm, life-like, pulsating sound. by means of scientific experiments in the free use of wood—Nature's truest resonator —Sonors artisans have eliminated the shrill, harsh, nasal sounds long associated with most phonographs. The all-wood, laminated horn, made of from five to fifteen thick, cross-banded veneers, makes the Sonora ren dition often more flawless than the original Hear the wonder-tone of the Queen Anne and other Sonora master-models. •50 to *3OOO Sonora Phonograph Company, Ino. t«M»«ICIWMI.> iill.ii 279 Broadwij, New York Wholesale Distributors: The Magnavox Co., <l6 Mission St., San Francisco 1216-1218 Third Ave. MP CHARGED ' WITH ASSAULT kaw, It is alleged, he beat up Mta Hon-U. Seattle representative •f the Karl Fruit Co. 8. Oda. - Mtar* *row»r of Woodin »B». U rhlrff"! with asm* nit m tIM JMnl drgr*l In Justice court. TBotuU. tb« prosecuting wltneas. CMMta to have had an agreement Kt Oda wb*reby tb« totter «u It allow the Earl Fruit Co. to THE FUND AGENCIES TOOK CARE OF 9,627 CHILDREN LAST YEAR—THEY CALL FOR YOUR SUPPORT AGAIN NOW Four Out of Five £ay the Penalty fj&fi] Bleeding gums herald Pyorrhea Take heed of bleeding gums. They're Nature's warning of Pyorrhea. Only one person out oi every five past ferry escapes. Thousands younger con tract it, too. Forhan's For the Gums, il used con dstently and used in time, will prevent Pyorrhea or check its progress. Brush fe* your teeth with it It will keep them white and clean, and your gums firm TSTj fummlt tfM. J. Trrltsm, P. P. 1 jf N Forfasn Company. New York Q) ' handle hia entire lettuce crop. dis puting of It In Eastern nuirVrt* an-1 returning to him the profit* after deduct Ins ITSO advanced Oda to carry on hia bu*lness. Instead of living up to tbla agree , raent. It U ail»ire<l. when the local i market wae high Oda sold hi* let ; fice direct, but when the local price wa* low be let the Karl Fruit j Co. dlapoee of ble stock In the [rant. I When HuD'h remonstrated. Oda la doctored to have beaten him op In a restaurant at ISitl Main at. LOCAL DANCERS HEAD BILL ] Hamilton Doupla* and thr Georgia Sinter* . I'll of* fcr l« riH R«|«ni PatUnr* with tha rhlMrvn, with tha an ma irMlm'iil for avaryona— theaa era tha thing* which Itamil ton IMnißlaa, Jr., prominent Hralllo tlanrln* Inatrurtor ami >tn|* atnr, l«r lirvaa to hava liroudit him auccvaa Hur-caaaful In Uia davakipmant of profrnalofial tlancara, hla aatablUh m»nt ltan» la winning furthar laurala thla wrfk In tha hradllna art of tha falara Hip bUI In which Ihra* local girl* hava parta. "Moat |x>o|ila would *!*• up at loinptlnc to taarh t..yrar-«Ula how to ibiuf, but 1 lih* It." drolar»a Dour lax. who today haa ihraa l>aby prvlnfM making fowl In tha morl«a in Murtrl Dana, Il"*y lllala and j Maria Klarruui. I On the Stage-Vamp; Off It-Art Student Bjr Seabum Brown On tha a wlrkcd. wlck»<l IIMP. > rut MM* heart-Kmaahar. A HmnriflictltM dr.troy.r of th« aouli of men. Off the »t»i», a »artoua inlndxt. r!ear-«-ye«l. amMtloua atu ■trsl, Ktudon'. of li.r art, atudent of Ufa that ah* has Interpreted In ao many rolea of her rta*r mraar. That's Mlaa Margery Sweat, jirtma • lonna of "Taka It Krom M»," Dow playing at tha Metropolitan. "There la a iliataateful tkt« to play in* 'vamp' role*." Mlaa H»»t t»M Thursday. "for many peopla believe that an actor ran not convtndngty portray A character unleaa ha—or •he haa * natural b»nt toward tha <utma deport m» til off tha etara "That. It »»mi to me, It a hit unjuat." On tha «traat. or befor« rotnplatlnf makeup In har draaMnar room. Ml" appearanca and ronveraaUon rfvea no hint that aba la in tha vanp" rola. On a would 3'idre. rather. that ah* rnurt be tha abuaed herolna who la much maligned and browbeaten for threa and three fourth# acta. and la rwual and rla <!l<-ated aa tha curtain Uoea tha la act at (be end. The "sscrst" ot her success Is dls CUSTOMS DISTRICT OF WASHINGTON IS NOW IN 4TH PLACE According to figure* furnished the Chamber of Commerce Wed nesday by Kenneth Kerr, editor of the It* 11 way and Martne News the Washington customs district now hold* fourth place among all the districts of tbs United State* The order of districts, bassd on tbs 11 months of tha fiscal year ending June 14. I*3l. glvss New Turk first. New Orleans second. Ualveston third, and Sear! Is fourth. Thto district's foreign trade for the 11 months' period was U01.000.000 Blxtesn month* ago this district ranked 11th nmong districts of tha fnltsd Hi ate* The percenuge of In crease over the previous fiscal year for this district was 11 per cent, based on money value of Im ports and exports. Turn Back to Page 4 Cocoanut Oil Fine for Washing Hair If you want to ke*p your hair In [food condition, b« (*frfut what you »a*h It with. Mont aoape and prepared ahampooa contain too much alkali. Thin drlea the arnlp, mtkra the hair brittle. and la very harmful. Mulalfled cocoanut oil ahampoo (which ia pure and en tirely greaaeleea) la much l<etter than anything elae you can u*e for ahampootng, aa this can't poaalbly Injure the hair. Hlmply put iwo or three teaapoon fula of Mulairicd In a cup or glaae with a little warm water. tHVn tnoiat en the hair with water and rub It In. It will make an abundance of rich, creamy lather, and cleanae the hair and aoalp thoroughly. Tha lather rln»e« out eaally, and remove# every particle of dual, dirt, dandruff arid exceaa oil The hair drlea quickly and evenly, and It leave# It fine and Mlky. bright, fluffy and eaay to man • ge. You ran get Mulalfled cocoanut oil iliampno at »ny drug atore. It la very cheap, and a few ounce* la enough to laat everyone In the faml ly for month*. Be aure your durg glat give* you Mulalfled. —Advertise- ment. THE SEATTLE STAR tViiiirl** l»«iu» hi* rato»r when S yanr* old and at 4 won tha rham p|on*htp of Canada at Hrotch atapa. Hlnrw then ha him takan part In mora than 100 contact* an<l now hold* tha wvrM record for dancing acutnat tlma with a total of (40 taps per min ute. Thla mark, recently made In I'rtnc* Itupert. »ir»«la hi* prevlou* total of 4(0, which brought him tha chief laurel* at tha Panama I'uclflo r* poult lon. trim l«"i«la* ec-hool ha* l*»n hara •lure lOOt, tiirnlnc out a world ch*m. pton In Ha flrat ymr whan Kffla Kyle. a Italian! «lrl. won flrat place lat tha Alaaka-Yukon-I'arlfla ripo< i «ltlon. ««»w»4 to ha M aaiti ■« at «JJ, to * brief ronraraaflon. Jlhe la attractive an 4 fraoafut. educated. and bar Ufa reralvaa amvnd har chua«n prof**- •tan. At tha mention of th« American ata*e, ll* hlatery, preeent aad future, Mlea Hwaat waaea anthualaatlc. Thar* la no prim roe* path to eta«e prominence. ISuh advance ramaa at a heavy coat of tlma and labor. Tha rewarda Ju*t|fjr tha effort That la th« phllAanphy upon whlrh Mirprj Uveal haa rlimbad—and U i«MU '■tlmWn*. Clearjrour skin Makeyourjace a business asset That skin-trouble may be more tban • Kftirce of auflerinf and embarraaameri! —it may be boldinf you back Jn tht butirwn world, kerpin| you out of a better k/b tor whkh a good appearance a required. Why "uke a chance" when Resinol Ointment hralt tkln-eniptlofM an eaaily *»■»'« bea, Iw »>. ftaatael. Btiiteov Mi MEN WANTED For Shops and Roundhouse RATES Maehlalata 7»f pr kaar Blerkemltba . ...T*e »'• fc«U •Iwl Metal Wii' fM 7Or prr beer Kleeirtelaaa ... per baar ■tatlaaary Kaateeere > arlaaa retee Itatkaarf rirtafa Bellereeakere ftanajw Car Mea TOa par baar rralabl Car Mea. Me par kaar Helpare. all elaaeee Mechanic# and balpart ara allawad tlma and ona-half for time worked In eiceai of tight hour* par day. Apply Room SMI Arcade Building. Heat He J Laxatives 1 I By the Use of Nujot I I ICDJOI la a lubricant—not ■ I a nindtalno or UmUre ao ■ I cannot gripe. I ■ Whra jrou am cnnatlpatM. ■ I not enough of Naiorr'a lu- ■ ■ hrioatlng liquid la produced ■ I In the bowel to keep lh» I ■ food waato aoft and inorlng. ■ I Dortora pra- ■ I •rribn Nujol B I } L becaimo It a<la I I like pilD natu- I I k|y||l ral lubricant I I and thua rw ■ ■ KrtJ<) t plaora It. Trf ■ Merit Models </EM^ffjr Also Specials for Friday and W Saturday in Our Millinery j Florence| FAIR BABIES ARE AWARDED PRIZES Sammamish Tots Make Fine Show BtblM wt>o wora priarwlnnlnc rib bona «t lli> Barofnumtoh Valtar fair Wrfnwxkr »»r« bthjr RITIJTH t/4« Johnaon. dau*ht»r of Mr. ami Mr* l>*«trr Johnaon of Hot hall. awarded ftmt plar* amonc Ihow tind»r on* )>«r In the Mir ahow I'hlllp now. aon of Mr. and Mra. (I»ik Rt»« of Hothall a*ron4 pli»r». and Mary EM* Am»l*ry. dauchtvr of Ur and Mra W. K Amatory of lak« Koraat, third plac*. ltablr* h»*wf>*n tha tufa of 1 and 4 wto *fin awarded honor* wft» Clatua Brhmltr, flrnt plara; Vivian Balllng'r, aaoond. and Ilk-hard folly, third. On tba mrm day th« baby award* ware mad* Mr#. Ganarlev* Walter* of Bothetl *u ehoean queen of »ha fair. Fh» we# to rule tintll the cloee of the fair Thuraday night. *lO Puts This HIGH-GRADE FURNACE in Your Home Balance Kaar Paymente Tan Dollar* will brine yon a furnace that will *Tv« you warmth and comfort—a fur nace that will eave one-half your fuel, yat glee plenty of heat. No horaa can afford to ba without tha SUNBEAM riPKLESS FURNACE Ouarantaad by American Kadletor Co. •X*u Better'" Phono Main <T7» and our fur nara »*p«r»vlll rail. Your old ■ tova taken In trad*. NIEMANN FURNITURE CO. 619 Pine Street Betwaea Math and Reventb PERHAPS HE THOUGHT SHE MEANT THE BULL Donald Mtdr B<rknun, who 1< bctos ratd for dWorca by Anna Viola Back man on tha trounda of rnially. In an ar.awar deman.l ad to know what. If anytblii*. ha thrrw at her. Tha reply. fl>d In au parlor court WaOnaaday, apart fled «uo dnrily: "On* la ret alia. I bar of hard laundry ao»p." JOSHED INTO KILLING MAN DENVKR Colo., S*pT. ?f. —A. W. IVternon VU Hicnl irunxmlth. Into I lie in ir'.r of J*«M> Hallvy. accord In* to wltn»'w>«t at tin trial of i'rlvrvon for the Hajr- TINT GRAY HAIR JCST bruah or cotnb a Ilttla "Browaa looa" Into your *i»r. laded. treated <* bleached halt and take 10 yean o(l your age. Tbouaandt of prwalwnt women la (!w United Statu aad Canada baee pro ctalned "Brownatoor" tbrlr beet Mend. Don't eapertmeai. Acta In.tantly. eau!/ • applied at boaw and guaranteed hanaleaa to half, acalp or akin. Any ahade from golden brown to bUik —Me aad II.S* at drug and toilet roolfleta everywhere. Trial bottla aeot direct for l«c. Tha Keatoa Pharmecal Co.. *l4 Coppla BUI. Covington. If. A A m, jmL AmlMiSMßiiEliiX !«*■ the Blowing warmth that give* luch quick relic? from a rub with BAIJMEBENGUE (ANAIOfIIUVt > It acta like the touch of a magic hand At any Drug Store—Keep a tube handy Tho«. Uming 4> Co., N. Y.. ABU. A|»nn (nr. Holler owed Peterson (400, wltneaaea a*M. and tbe former* frlenda "kidded" blm *o much about the money that ha became mentally It vaa teatlflad. 100% LEATHER SHOES FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN Latest n Style ■ Mf Lowest ia Price \ 'Arch Support" Oxford* tn \ black or brown AA * ;v kld If « lher ■ •UU Womm'i Two-Strap Patent fl | black or brown Kid Pump*— [ fl' f^4 $5.00 ~57.00 Patent Kid or Satin Strap Hump# with +f* |% A Loula h««! 9D<UU • I Many other Pumps and Ox ford* with low or Cuban heel— "Pin»7* C/l A A OA A combination of patent leath- la VI «UU ar with blege suede quarter. and patent £7 A A inlay; price V • *W Many other effect* In Patent. (j Kid or Satin; low, Cuban or French heel*. "Brew»ter" Thla aeanon'a neweirt In modi- I >^3^ fled Browne Oxford*; black IT?. $7.00 pattern* tn black or brown Kid or Calf leath s4.oo ~57.00 A new pattern In black or . __ .. __ brown calf leather which haa BOYff AND GIRLS 100 a clo*e-flttlnr heel and arch PER CENT LEATHER with broad. AA SHOES FOR SCHOOL rooniy toe V• *W q R DRFSS Many other patterns to choose that are "Built to Wear * A f\f\ t7 AA and Priced to Please" S4.UU to S7.UU United Shoe Stores, Inc. rraeer-PateraMi 1220 Second Ave J 220^;^.',™ JMANtPACinSa TAKE THE TRIANGLE TRIP The Scenic Sound Route with the Comfort and Service afforded by Princess Steamships SEATTLE to VICTORIA and VANCOUVER. B.C. Day u>4 Nlfkt &*•<• Lv.ve DaUjr fr*m C glmiu Dock. ISM el MUIM SUMI 9:00 A. M. Dally (or Victoria and Vancouver 11:10 P. H Dally lor Vancouver Direct Seattle to Victoria ...f 3.00 One Way; $5.40 Round Trip Seattle to Vancouver $4.25 One Way; $9.90 gound Trip wfttlt tit nw at YtoMH Direct Train Connection® at VANCOUVER for at! points Ea»u through iht Wonderful Canadian Pacific RodUw. CITY TICKET OFFICE. 608 SECOND AVENUE Telephone. MA'.n SSI7 • £ f. L Sturdee. General AfenL Pateraon. la * fit of anger, want to Halley*a home and abot U>« Utter dead when HaJley refused to par the money, according to wit nesses. BUSINESS IS GOOD PAGE 9