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TffI*RST>AY, NOVEMBER 9. 192?
ATTENTION LADIES! We am going to give you another chance to get those fine quality, well made and durable Aluminum Tea Kettles and Tea PoU at a ridiculously low price. Several weeks ago we had a similar sale and hundreds of women almost swamped our store the first day. Tomorrow and Saturday we are going to sell another lot of these popular kitchen utensils at prices that should make you all sit up and take notice. The wonderful popularity obtained by our groat sales was never bo forcefully demon strated as at the present time. When we began these sales a year or so ago, the knowledge of their merit did not extend beyond a few women, but each week they have learned more and more of their genuineness, until now they are attended by several hun dreds of women during the two days' sale. 7-cup 37c 9-cup...... 47c DON'T THESE PRICES SATISFY YOU THAT YOU CANT AFFORD TO PASS UP THIS SALE? Sale Starts Tomorrow Morning and End* Saturday Night 1 1422 First Avenue, Bet. Pike and Union I Central Public Market— t'p the Incline I Boy Kills Mother to Gel Show Money BKI.FABT. No* Refu*ed by hi" mother money and p>rmtelon to at tend a moving picture «lw», Patrick Cahlll. aired IS, killed her. took the money from her pur He and attended the theater. MAKING HOUSEWORK EASY Clean steel knives and jfi W; [ EaM forks, remove stains and I tilK \l' n3)7 I Erease with fypi SAPOLIO \ ®®* an# * ® Col,ir * * PolW»«» PIOCH WOSGAH'S V)W\ CO , N«v S. k. ¥sAMEPRjCE|| fir For over 30 years /3T Baking || llVv Powder ja w ORL Ounces forOßtt (% A (Mora than a pound and a ball A I liV for a quarter) jT* av USE LESS than of higher priced brands jHp Ar Satisfaction Guaranteed Vfc Vfe MILLIONS OF POUNDS BOUGHT BY THE GOVERNMENT Uj Woman Can't Lose Husband, Insane LONDON. Nov » Tbo her hu* band i* a convicted murderer and confined a* ln.<dtne. the court* haw refuwd to grant Mr* Alice M M | Rutherford a dlrorct ' Vaudeville Frolic Planned * * * *** * * * Moore Star to furnish fun There la nothing extraordinary about the offering of Anna and Harry Seymour, who are taking moat of the honor* at the Moor* theator thta *«lt In »fct, what they do ha* been done a thoumnd time* befora on local vaudeville •tagea. They dance, they mng and Jeli», Bull thay are encored .everal time* at each performance, and Mia* Seymour even comae back on tha at age an act later and la an cored again Ila Anna Heymouf* peraonallty that keep* the act "In tha tlghta." Mi** Keymour—or Mr» llenry Hantrey when ah* la off stage-will aaal»t her huaband and hia *>m phony <>rehe*tra In providing enter- Lalnm.nl at tha National Vawlnllte Golf Ball Kills 12-Year-Old Girl KDINRWKOH. Nov. lr~A ball driven (>y Kidney l*atton on a local golf rouna wtructa a It-year-old girl on tha temple and killed her lit •tanUy. Convicts Bar Jazz at Prison Concert IONIXJN. Nov ».—fonvkta at IVntonrllle pHwn, irlven their chili™ of rlawhtl or |an inuidc at their weekly concert, decided for the dawiral J Not a Laxative 1 I Nnjnl |« a lmbHcant—Mt • I ■ medicine or UuUti m ■ I cannot (rip*. I I When yon are constipated, I I not enough of Xatara'a I ■ luhricalinK liquid ta pro- I I duced in the bowel to keep I I the food waale nolt and I I moving. Doelora prescribe I ■ Nujol becau*e I ■ act* like B I / v thl a natural ■ I J* lubricant and I I Utuall thua replace# ■ I jpTiTrvl day. I THE SEATTLE STAR Artlata' dance. which will ho held Thursday night at the Itungalow <*t», and to which the public la In rttrf. H..ntrey jlvn a danee In every lily that ha vtaita In vaudeville and the |nm'i*ii from the affair la giv en to lhe National Vaudeville Art lata" sick fund. Hantrvy and hla or | , cheat ra. which la recognised aa one j <»f lh» greatest orchestras In the i I country, have been lauded every where. In Vancouver, where I hey appeared laat week. It wa* neeeaeary for them to give two danrea In or I der that persona who were turned j away Ihe fn«t evening could ba giv • «n an opportunity to "Unca. SUCCEEDS WHERE JOCTORS FAIL Lydia E. PiakkaaTs VefctaMa Compound Often Doe* That. Read Mr».Miner's Testimony Chtirubusco. N. Y—"l wa* under the doctor's car* for oyer five year* IllHUlllllllllllllltl^ or backache and I IIIUhWuIjIIII hid no relief from NhgMUH hi* medic in a. bor told ma about ill h** *° mu< "h ' m wish to adviaa all bla Compound for female trouble* and backache. It is a (Treat help in carrying a child, as I have noticed a difference when I didn't take it. I thank you for this medicine and if 1 over come to this point again I do not want to be with out the Vegetable Compound. I give you permission to publish thin letter so that all women can take my ad vice." - Mrs. Krkd Miswt, Box lU2, Cburubuaco, N. Y. It's the same story over again. Women suiter from ailments for year*. They try doctor* and different medicines, but feel no better. Fi nally they tako Ljrdia F I'nikham's Vegetable Compound and you can see Its value in the case of Mrs. Miner. All ailing women ought to try this medicine. It can bo taken in aafety by roung or old. as it con'iina I>.l Itirm ul drugs. Ad vertinement. Catarrh jOf the Stomach I Dangerous i "Thousands I lav* It and Don't j Know It." Hays PliyaW Un. ( Frequently Mlntaken for In- j dlgeetlon—-How To Rccognlxs J and Treat. ) "Thoii>«n<l* of p«*«pl« mn'frr more c> r |«m eoMttfttly from furrttf, kl ed (oncuft, bud breath, lour burning utomi'h, frequent vomiting, rum bling In stomach, blftfr eructations, gnu, wind find Plumnrh Aridity and mil It Indlgeetlon when In reality their trouble I* due to gastric ca tarrh of the utomach," write* a New York physician f'atarrn of the etnmach In danger onn because th« vnucoui membrane lining of the etomach In thickened end a coating of phlegm rover* the ■urface no thet the dlg#»*ttve fluid* mnnot mix with the food and dlg»*t them. Thin condition toon breed* deadly dlnr*** In th«* fermented. un esslmllatad food. The blood la pol luted nnd rnrr len the Infection throughout the body. Osntrlc ulcers HT" apt to form nnd frequently nn ulcer In the flr*t *lgn of m deadly c« ncer. In catarrh of the ntomnch * good and naf«« treatment In to tnke befors mesln a teanpoonful of pure ft|*ur ated Magnrnln In hnlf n glan* of hot wnter an hot nn you can comfort ably drink It. The hot water wanhe* thn mucus from the Ntomach wall* «mi draws tha blood to the stomach whll* thf* blsurnted magnesia In nn excellent solvent for mucu* nnd In rri-naoi the efficiency of the hot w*t*r treatment Moreover the Itln urated Magnesls will servs *n a powerful but harmle** antscld which will neutralise nny excel* hydro chloric acid thnt may be in your ntomnrh and sweeten Itn food con tent* Kasy, natural dlgent ion with out dint renn of any kind nhould noon follow ninurated Mugnenla I* not n laxative In harmle**. pleasant and e*ny to tHk»* and can be obtained from any local druggl*t Don't ron fu*r ninurnted Magnenla with other form* of magnesia. mllkn. cltraten, etc. but get It In the pure hlnurat«d form (powder or tablets), especially prepared for thin purpose. * FAMED BEAUTY derelict NOW Effie Alsop, Once Toast of Land, Drug Victim NKW TOHK. N. T. No*. Tan y eara of tha paca Ihgt kllla, and than 11m (Tim antry, "Aloohollatti and tha veronal pol aiming." on tha rec ord at lieUevua hospital, New York, aummarliwia tha pitifully tragic caraar of Effl* popa Hill Alaop, who Aa, it nole<l Houthern liMtily, wh«, at the nan of IT. »h« alactad to h»- Him* an "old matn'a darling" and want to tha marrlagn altar with Kd ward It Alaop. 70 yaara old. a mtl llonnlra Itttaburg ataal nianufan turar. That waa In in I Now, at tha *«» of J7, aha la to all outward appear uin>> an old and brokin woman, ravag"<l hy thoaa dtaeaaea whl< h Ma In wait for tha davolae* of rilaidpa- Hon. pennllaaa, heraft of beauty and walling 1n vain for a helping hand or A word of chaar from thoaa WTIO mad* marry with har wh'la aha want apeedlng, careening and aklddlng along tha downward path that leada to pardltlon TO\HT OK GAY I'AHTIKH Whlla tha money lavtahad upon har by har agcl hualiand hald out alia wu liu> tinwt of many a gay party In tha tuiunta of night Ufa In Naw York uvl In European oapltala Woman prajaad her UtAta In gowria and man ravad ovar har lieauty whlla dining at har eypenaa and drinking har win* I'aiUaa of a) cophanla traveled with har to Eurot* aa har guaata. Now thla pai anile WW ha* vaiilahed It e«l«1a only In tha dlaordered ImagM that rlaa to mock har In har fevered dreama, Thara remain to her only Uieaa dis torted > talon* and a oaaaaleaa craving for drink and drug* Juat the other 'lay aha waa found raving and hyatarlcal In tha dingy, cheap lodging-hoiiaa room whare aha had been eiiwting In aquaJld poverty, from thara waa but one destination a pauper patient a oot In tha hoa pltal Kffla Pop* mil waa tha daughter of Dr. tamen Hill, of W»«Mn*in«, Ha. The family waa aoelally prom inent. In l»0» tha girl, then M yea rm old and • dream of aouthem lovall ne<«. went with har mother to a ram. tner vacation reaort at Laka Tug away. N. C. Edward llmwn Alaop, *1 year* ok!, wa* the owner of the rwaort property. Ha waa spending tha aummar there with hla sons. Harold and F,<lwarl of hl» first wife, both of whom were then student* at Harvard. ai\naiKi> iii.it AI.FO \IIMIKKK Tha beauty and tba rharm of the 14 >ear iW tiaorgla girl appealed not only lo the father, but to tha anna. It doe* not app<-«r that faltiar or aona aaatimed tha rota of aullora at tluit tlma. hut tha father'* Interent In tha "child" waa much that under hla pal - ronaga aha want to Naw York to ha educated. Among other Utlng* aha atudled dancing and muatc. Thla training period <-on»urnad Ihraa yeara After har marriage to the elder Alsop tn New York In Itll eha re - vealed that not only tha father, hut hnth axia had paid court to har and that If aha had rhoaen to do an alte > could have been a young inan> i I'ride. Hi i week a after the marriage, Mra I Atanp waa taken tn the ttprlng Httl sanitarium at Utchfleld, Conn It wa* announced that ahe wa.* under treatment for a nervous breakdown At fhla ttme came the ft rat rtimnr* of trouble between the bride and her aged huehand. along with the revela tion that on the dav before her mar. rtage he had deeded property valued lat more than II .000.000 to hla two i anna In an Interview at tha aanttartum the young bride prnteated that ahe would love her 70-year-old huahand. even tho he ahould l» pennlleaa I>ii> NOV M \ iiii > HIK MKKK MONKV "I did not have to marry litoi to be certain of a Uvtlig," alia aatd. "I love ui> huaUaiid e-uU I'll be naliafked 1 1< tut krvpa uw auvpiled WIUi and leap berry Ue." After Mis. Alaop aw die* barged from the aanltartuui bar husbajid leaned a auuimer home for her Is Miuuuu huaalta. tie a leu uialntalnod an «»p»iu«l%e hotel suite In New York and had homes In Washington and I'lttaburgh. Tliay went U> ICurope In April, I*l2, and returad In June, A aiiort Ulna later ahe returned to Europe without her hualauuL This voyage waa made tlie auhject of much publicity on her return in November, (.hi the voyage, over and back, Mra Alaop had been the hoat to a party of men and women. One of the men wae aald to be a weatern clergyman. Hhe waa atlll unateady when helped down tho gangway of the liner, and had given the steward a ring aa ae ourlty for payment of her champagne lilll because her traveling allowance ran out MKITKI) ITOIM TIIK < Ot KTIUMKM Mrs. Alaop ha<l been back from Kurope only a few houra when ahe again got her nania In the newapu pera, A woman friend, one of the gayeat of the "feat Bet," waa lielnu tried In tha night court for kicking a window pane out of a taxlcab Mra Alaop. full of curiosity and ai tlflcial excitement, hurried to thr courtroom and laughed ao hllailoual> over the testimony that ahe war ejected, Htlll puraulng the pace thai kllla. the young bride berurnn it famlllni figure In the night life of New York and In certain unconventional beach coloniea on the Jeraey ahore. Hhe and three other women who aliared a "Reninbit flj Mffil fj ! Folej'i I IR* Hint; and Tir ! QUICK RELIEF Oftalsa lagiedlaala prialsd oa INa wrapp* Stood the t»»t of time, serving thr«« f«n«ratloni larfaat taHiaf Ca*|h IMelee la Mm World - V Wr Tell it With VALUES Here's the Very Latest in j MAN-MADE | With the real college spirit depicted in the lively model*, an unusual measure of goodness is attached in the quality of the all-wool coatings and the tailoring. The Big, Agreeable Surprise is Found in the Fact That They W/y Are Priced at Only M) M *l6 f//OUi I I \T i \ Without Competition |N Jr| w nf The beautiful two-fnced /fajf I materials, Herringliones, SfcHl • ■ [ 1 Tweeds. Mixtures, I'olo ) 1 / I Cloths and novelty JJ \\J/ \\ I I weaves appear in correct * WW I Fall-time colors. The hand-made button / I Yoke silk - lined and holes give that finished y y I fashioned with jaunty tailored appearance, "™ I pocket and l»elt effects while many have buffed I with plain or pleated adding to their % I hacks. mannish character. SKIII In Size* 14 to 42 II I 1023 Second Ave., Corner Spring St„ Seatlle I ).<*< h bungalow were tt1llH«<l *>*- cauea of their *anty raiment In which they lounr>-«l on the front porch. Thru new*p«pere "»*) re plied to their critics and eeemed to enjoy the publicity. H\ID KIKHKN WKKK CKI Kl-TY Alunp then eo curtailed her *ener oua allowance that onc» *he ar r*«t<Kl for twin* tinable to j>ay a taw hill of II *O. Kurly In 1 »14 eh« en nounffd that "home" life with the millionaire had become "too *low." Arthur Hammereteln l«it her on a* a *oc(ety dancer, but she *w hooted off the At axe one week after her debut Hhe filed milt for »p«rare maintenance mralnvt her aiceri huw l«nd. churning that "hi* contlnuoue ehower of kliwex" amounted to cruelty It felled, but Aleop obtained a divorce on irroiindi" of desertion Juet when Mre. Aleop entered upon the final Maeee of her downward career I* known only 1o her. (In the settlement money lavished upon her hy A plop ehe fluttered about for a time In the wild cabaret* and then fell Into oblivion until picked up a dere lict not Inn* ago. "Olrle, »ee wnat the faJ»t life did to me In 10 yearn." Hhe nald. "Hon't think It'a iwnart to drink and smoke In fa»t company." NO IIITTKK KXI'KRIKNCF Secretary-—Why do you advocate •uch a nyetem of taxation? Senator pormat—ltecauee It haa never been tried. New York Sun. Black Paste jMl^AShoeßfeh Positively the onlt| polish that will shine oilij or damp shoes 'No disagreeable odor You pa q more W get more QUANTITY wwte d Tln d Brown Histhc largest sale in America Ox-Blood Shoes. F. F. DALLEY COMPANY lac.. Buffalo. N. Y. Fancy Smokes for Girls of Mandalay DELHI, Nov. 9 Mandalay worn- I en are desert Inj their famous che roots arid smoking the raorc cJvillxed olftnlta Lord Offers Estate at Big Sacrifice DURHAM. Rn* , Nov Ix>rd fitrathniore has offered to sell his sl,- 000 000 Htreutlajm entitle fn»r $185,000. Those Who Drink Japans f 1 ' II 1 I II gaaMPBaEaaBMMMMMBi should surely try "SALADA" GREEN TEA It is green tea in perfection-fresh, clean and flavorr. Superior to the finest Japans you ever tasted. Sold by all Grocers. R. & N. C. COOK, tast 3383, Eil. 0350, Oistrifcatert ! Cemetery Crosses Ruined by Vandal VIENNA, Nov 9. —A vandal oper atin* In t ho cemeteries of Vienna hat dentroyod hundreds of crosses mirk lng the graves. Woman's Dogs Beat Those of the King LONDON, Nov. 9. King Georg< entered two retrievers In Cruft'a Do| , Show, but both were beaten bjr ttai ■ do(rs of Mrs. Quintln Pick. PAGE 13