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PARTY LINES ATTACKED horse to a victory which spells love happiness and wealth for the hero r ~ ,~0 Washington Non-Partisans Aim Refer. New Line of Ladies Olympia. Wash.--Executive commit- ;~;! tee members of the non-partisan Underwear iiiitongue filed twO referendums against on re- election-law amendments which the last legislature aimed at their tactics of electing the candidates the and heorlne. But all the plottings and counter-plottings and all the dra-! rustic situations and thrilling episodes J that ensue before this satisfactory ] climax is reached is declared to fairly lift the spectators to their feet. I have the honor to announce the appearance at the Bell Theatre on COMPLETE NEW LINE OF LADIES' COTTON UNDERWEAR, ATTRAC- TIVELY DESIGNED AND ]3EP]~NDABLY MADE. PRICES ARE FIGURED ON TODAY'S COST OF MATERIAL AND TRIMMINGS. "LADY SEALPAX" DAINTY ATHLETIC COMBINATION SUIT, COOL COMFORTABLE AND DELIGHTFULLY FASHIONED FROM SOFT FAB- RICS PACKED IN SAITARY SEALPAX CONTAINER. ANY.$~ 85 SIZE, EACH ........................................ "VALORA" KNIT UNIONSUITS, KNIT OR TAPE SHOULDER STRAP, CUFF OR FLOUNCE KNEE. WE IIAVE YOUR SIZE PRICES .............................. 65 CENTST051.25 FORMFIT BRASSIERES, BANDEAU STYLE, FRONT OR BACK FASTENING, PRICES ............ 60 CENTS TO ~!.3U NEW ELASTIC (HRDLE BRASSIERES POPULAR GAR- .......................................... $2,00 ii i q i'1 i m Specials for Saturday and Monday in the Grocery Department ON ACCOUNT OF OUR COCOA NOT ARRIV, ING for last ,Saturday we'll have it for Satur- day and Monday, per pound .......... 25e Onion Sets, the very best, special, 5lbs 50e Ferry's Seeds, per paper ...... ........ 10c Northrup-King & Co's. Garden Seeds, paper 5c Bulk Peanut Butter, per pound ........ 15c Down Goes the Price of Syrup 5 lb. can Blue Karo Syrup, per can ..... 45c 10 lb. can Blue Karo Syrup, per can .... 85c 21/2 lb, can Red Karo Syrup, per can .... 30c 5 lb. can Red Karo Syrup, per can ...... 50c 10 lb. can Red Karo Syrup, per can ..... 95e mnl i iin I Interstate Trading Company and 21. The name of it is "Louisi- ana," and it's founded on the book of that name by Frances Burnett. Vivtan Martin, as we don't have to point out to you, is one of the most charming figures in the screen. And Franeem Hodgson Burnett, as "Little Lord Fauntleroy" proved to you, can write the most appealing of stories. And that, it strikes us, is rather a fine combination. We hope it strikes you "Checkers" Coming to the Bell. 'Checkers." the big spectacular i: melodr:mm, has been screened by ~'il- O~#iliam Fox and will come to the Bell I :~ Theatre on Sunday and Monday, April i24 and 25. Henry M. Blossom, Jr's. ....~4 Igreat racing play was a tremendous ,~l success on the legitimate stage for many years and the Fox screen pro- duction directed by Richard Stantin is said to contain fast action and situ- ations that was found impossible tl ' even attempt to inject in the stage r production. Jean Acker, Thomas J. Carrigan and Ellen Cassity have the three principal roles and there are fifty other prominent parts in andi- ,!til~ to the many hundreds of extra people used in the massive production. The great racing scene at Belmont race track; the smashing train wreck on the Jersey Central raih'oad; Chi- natown and its followers; festive mo- ments in New York cabarets; thrill- ing action, and the chase under- groundall combine to support the pro- ducer's contention that "Checkers" is the greatest melodrama ever filmed. "Checkers" is the race horse follower who has allowed himself to become broke. "Remorse" is the name of a horse owned by a southern girl who is disowned by her father because she looks with ~[avor upon "Checkers,, suit. And in the finale she rides the a~@ publican ticket. Sunday and Monda~, April 17 and 18 that way, too. I Chapter 176 is opposed because it of Vi~:ian Rich, the young, beautiful t~f requires a challenged voter to make and talented screen actress recently A fight between rival divers at the :l oath of party affiliation and make af- made a star. She will be presented bottom of the sea is Just one of many OiO ! t'!davit of at least two years' previous by William Fox in "A World of Fol- dramatic features in the new Para- ~* i affiliation with the same party. Chap- Iv," a society drama of singular power mount-Artcraft special, The White .~[ ter 177 requires a voter to take oath and charm, in which is answered, in Heater," produced by Mauriee Tour- .~ [ that. he will support his named party tense situations a question that everyl neur, which comes here Friday and ~7/ in the primaries, husband and every wife faces at some f Saturday, April 15 and 16. It was i: ~ time. It is beautifully staged, and I Itaken on the Pacific ocean bed witl~ O~e* $248.96 Average Washington Bonus am sure will please you greatly. ]the Wllliamson apparatus Real ar' *~I Olympia, Wash.--An average pay- ~ [tistry backs up the thrills in making 0~1 ment of $x48.96 is being made to I ~iwan Martin is the star in the latestJthm great photoplay. Tie a string 0_%1 each compensation claim under the IParamount picture, which comes here|on your finger now, lest you forget ;~;I soldiers' bonus act, according to the i Wednesday and Thursday, April 20Jto see it when it comes. ~state auditor's office. To date, 7000 i ~1 cloSms have been paid and approxi ..... , ,, o~ I mately 60,000 claims have been filed. ~1 THE MOTION PICTURE REALM Grocery Specials 15c 30c 2 25c Wells t~ Byron PHONE 45 i I I ! ~m~~~m~w~mmm THE FIRST BIG SALEj, BIG 8TOCIIS AND LOW PRICE~ THE FEATURE I] @ IiI I I all ii i II I I I IIIll i u II I II lull ~Z True silk dresses--the best $25.00 values of the season now .................................... $15.OO All new spring styles and a big rack full to choose from--all sizes up to 46 Some of the best suits of the season on sale at ....................................... . ............. $58.75 Match them at less than $50.00 and $60.00 if you can--other suits $20.00 and up Here's a real shoe bargain. Pumps, shoes and oxfords, all sizes, but not all sizes of each style. Two and three pairs of a kind, but over 100 pairs in all. Values up to $12.50; this sale $~.95 Big cuts on skirts, coats, blouses and millinery--It's a real Fashion Shop sale and worth coming to. | I I t 1 il ! I i IllI I I I I II Ill I I I II ~ I I II I I ~ I I | I I Ill .=71.-"! The F sh n Shop Mos Id ho | a I0 - - - - - - - COW, a