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Let Us Prove to You That
Our Showing of
M\ $15 Suits
* tii'' CAN ' T RE beat
i Blue*, Grays, Browns, Checks, Pin Stripes and
* i I \ We Carry a Complete Line of
Mk 111 vW Union Made Shoes and
I i Furnishings
1 J /l I fJH Genuine Imported Panama Hats, $5.00.
I} / | I/pI Fine assortment of Straws and Felts at $2.00.
jji w I UrJ Complete Alaska Outfitters.
7 I ] Hsfa Special for Saturday: Regular 25c Wash Ties,
I / Ijjfl 2 for 25c.
I H WESTERMAN
II & SCHERMER
Seattle's Two Big Union Stores
Store No. 1-220-222 First Av«. S.
WW \y Store No. 2—103-5-7 First Ave. S.
A MODERN HEROD "MOTHER" JONES CALLS ROCKEFELLER
Aged Angel of Organized Labor, En Route to Seattle, Talks to Star Correspondent of Colorado War
By a tail v-orrcipunucni.
SPOKANE. May 29 —
Mother Jones talked with a
reporter during a short stop
here today, while she waited
for her train to speed on to
ward Seattle, where she will
take part in the Memorial
Day labor parade and exer
With the horror of the Lud
low massacre of women and
Is now ready at
06 PIKE ST.
to serve you with good,
clean, wholesome meals
at reasonable prices.
Try Our Waffles
Ml *»#»*• art »t
Modern room* 25*
Largs mod*rn outside room*, tot I
Conforming with the general
suspension of business on Memo
rial Day in commemoration of the
nation's honored dead, we will take
our place with the other large
business institution* of the city
and remain closed the entire day
Saturday, May 30th. This de
cision has been reached, notwith
standing what other markets
may elect to do. We feel that
keeping open would show dis
respect to our nation and to those
who gave up their lives in its de
To accommodate our large
patronage, we will be open Fri
day evening until 10 o'clock.
Sk PUBLIC MARKLT
sth, 6th and Pine
cnuaren oy tne nirea gunmen
of the mine owners still notice
able in its effect on her, she
is hurrying coastward to tell
the story of the modern
She wants the Northwest to
know the awful details of
chat terrible day at Ludlow.
"I with I could atop In every
city and hamlet on the Coast
and throughout the Weat and
tell the atory of Ludlow aa I
know It," aald Mother Jon#*
"The world outtide of Colorado
atiil fails ty>. realise the full
extent of Colorado'* red hla
Thla charming old ladv of fio
come* to the Northwest fresh from
her Imprisonment in Colorado for
Seattle musle lover* were enter
tained at the Pre** club last night
with an unusually plea*ing program,
the oocsslon being both Musicians'
night snd I.adle*' night, with Claude
Madden si guest of honor. Col. VVm,
F. Cody came In during the evening
snd wa* cheered when he made a
short talk. Chauncey Oleott snd
company came over after the show.
NEW MEMBER IN
Otto 8 Orunbaum succeeded
Hamilton Piatt ai bu»lne»* partner
of Andrew J. Woodhouie In the fur
nit lire firm of VVuodhouiK! & Piatt.
Piatt withdrew a few day* a*o
Oil/ Om "»Bo'sii <(l nisr-
To t+A th# gen'ilat rsll for fall rum# f*x*
U»• Br«>m<» OuintM Uh* for •;*nstur# at
ft W GftOVf Cum • C#ld Ir OtM D«* tU
participation in the mlnrra' strike
She ha* written to John I).
Koekefeller. Jr. asking him to see
her wheu she returns Kaat, and let
bar tall him the grievance* of hla
She haa dreamed a dream of act
inic aa an unofficial mediator be
tueen Rockefeller and tha strikers
"I'll never hear at all from th#
* own k man," (he said sadly. "H«
hasn't even a polite excuse for an
old woman. I might have known,
though, that the man who would
permit hi* gunmen to ahoot down
women and boll bablea In oil
wouldn't want to hear the miner*'
Liken* Him to Herod.
"But you im I've juat com* from
Colorado—from the atrlke ton*.
FOR ERECTION OF
Construction of a concrete warm
snd cold storage warehouse at the
foot of He|| st. has been ordered to
begin st once, by the port commis
sion. The contract was awarded
yesterday to the I'earaon Construc
tion Co . at a bid of 1JH9.600
T Josenhan*, city superintendent
of building*. pretexted agalnat the
our of the 'Ist slab concrete con
•trtirtlon. which, ho say*. haa been
objected to In other cltle* and can
not b<> tested until the building la
Commissioner Robert Bridge*
voled iik unit Own H M Chltten
den and C. E, Uemslierg when the
award *ai triad*.
OVER ROUGH JOKE
ON FILM CONCERN
I/OH ANOBT.ES, May 29—t'nder
takers, official* of the police anil
fire department* and several hun
dred citizen* are Intareated In a
aearch for the perpetrator* of a
hoa* directed at a great motion pic
ture concern, with a studio In Hol
lywood. that caaaed a mar-riot.
Late yesterday aeveral undertak
ers' wagon* dr<»w up at the studio
Almost Immediately a patrol
wagon loaded with real copa and
several piece* of fire apparatus
dnshed to the place
They were followed by four am
Every officer of the company dl*
claimed knowledge of the affair,
and pointed to the fact that no
camera* were filming the rulxiip to
prove their Innocence.
FAVOR NEW PLAN
The Seattle Commercial flub has
passed revolution* favoring >he con
atructlon of a bttllrlln* on the court
house plte large enough to houM the
city and county office*.
WE.DS ON CRAFT
KNIK, Alaitka, May 29 —Upon the
arrival here of the itesinahlp Admi
ral Hamilton, bearing thn 100 mem
ber* of the "billionaire party" of H.
F. Alexander, Mlbk Maurlta Camp
bell, daw?htf»r of It. A Campbell of
Heattle, became the bride of Harry
Brown, deputy U. H marshal. Thfi
ceremony wa» performed In the din
ing saloon of the vensel.
DESIRE IT WET
HAN FRANCIHCO, May 29.- My a
majority »ote of 1,146, the Han Fran
rlpro Chamber of t'omrnerre venter
day wont on rer.ord an opposing an
i amendment to the slate constitution
1 ji r ivldlng for state-wide problbltlon.
THE STAR—FRIDAY, MAY 29. 19U.
TALES OF WAR
Memorial dnv wiia obaerved to
ill) In the public achool*
There were Meiela«-a at every
one of the (SUodd achool* through
out th** city School biHiki remain
I'd In (lie itexkx mid the entire da)
*aa given In the Observance
School room* were packed with
parenla and friend*.'
Many civil war veteran* look
part lit the program*, The 0. A
l(. fumlnhed two veterans to egch
The ex aoldlera from .lainea A
Helton poet, (I A It., who partld
pated In the exenlae* were
II «' Awl'ixt* and Win A Urn. Kranti
II <*o# i< ho«l, V h livi rr «rnl A
lll*nrh»nl, •••hool. J*t Man«r<l
m.d L K IIMMaI, M»>rr«r n hiwl, I* |t
«ti<l K K. Knn»r»«.it Hailay
>. ho«*|, llanrr Kn» nnd Jn r+rguft'W
•%. • • i* I \ » It .th mnt A r
•Mini I'nluml.li 1 l\ llo|>kln«
«m 1 Van drr ll>«»rl if ff.i
«!••» W I.lnculn «n>l Tarraiu •
MtMln. WM| gu««>n Anna lehixil; C*
K)|«n»mMi «nd J«a MimU flu mm It
a. h«»oj, n Mill* »n«t J |i M i.,»
I I AAA Br him I J II ftnh*rta and K H|.#. k
! rfl. W«IU Wttt* •* Hool, J..hit Tarter «ti<l
II tfhUlri*. Nro«>1««y hiah •<h<v.t \V V
Wr»<>il **«•! ahj F l<umnt«ll. H K |)«y
•#■►»«»« I, ifc» It«k»> »tt<l ln»
• ichiwl, ((• ((•rta *ft<t «i«<»
W ii«x>4lni H \V.» I!«n4 •rhimi John
frltl *rt.t Tht.« K«Uy <)r*«n
• ■ hnAl; H l| Rlhllit «f»«1 o*n W A|«r,
liana for the orynnlintton of the
Tnltad American Gardening aaao
elation wtll be completed thl* after
noon at 1:10 o'l lo' k. when 50 bora
from city arhoola will meet at the
Kl< hard W Hcynolda, a l.atona
1 arliiHi! b»y In developing the Idea
"I barn a photograph of the lit
tle boy wh'j*e head was «bot off
while h« wa* getting a drink of
water for bl* dying mother. 1
haven't been able to get my mind
off the horror of Ludlow.
"I thought juat for a minute
that perhap* Rockefeller wa*
not a* bad a* he haa been
painted. But I'll never hear
from him. I know It now.
Why, * mother might Ju*t as
well h*v* written to H*rod to
ask him why he ordered the
•laughter of the Innocent*!
THAT'S ALL ROCKEFELLER
IS —ANOTHER BUT CRU
"The> re all alike, th"*e capital
lata." Mother Jonea continued. In
the deep, booming voice that show*
the asionlahlng triumph of an age
lea* spirit over age.
They're All Savages.
"They're all Christiana In
China and savage* In their
"The reaaon they all give ao
much money to foreign ml*-
• ion* I* becauae they want to
keep Christianity where It cant
do any harm—wh*r« It can't
Interfere with BUSINESS. BUS
INESS IS THEIR QOOI They
all worship It.
"I tell John D. Rockefeller and
Everything *» bake la baked
right We have the moat modern
and sanitary bake ahop poealhle to
h»ve, and our prlre* ar« alwaya the
lowe«t consistent with good quality.
Special for Saturday
Chocolate Cream Layer Cakes
Mocha Layer Cakes 05^
Our Fountain la now ready, with
a complete assortment of ail the
cool aumnier refreshment*
St.Ger ma in Bakery
409 Pike Bt. * 1517 Pike Place Mkt.
Strictly High Class
Tailored Suits at
We are showing all the
newest patterns anil
A perfect fit guaran
teed. You get the bene
fit of Mr. Craton's 20
We will trust you for
a suit and you can pay
for it while wearing it.
J. S. CRATON
Tailor for Men
402 Union Street.
CASH OR CREDIT
GET DJPE ON
L. 0. Taylor, editor and own
er of the Vancouver, B C.,
World, and former mayor of the
Terminal City, add'eased tha
taxation conference thl* morn
ing, at th* unlverelty cimput,
on "The Vancouver •y*t*m."
Oliver T. Krlckion'a aubjeci waa
i'he Single Tgx. ' Thorwald Sieg
fried and It, W. Mill led a general
dlxruaalon I»r Oeorge M June*
spoke on "i'he Tax on the Increase
In Ijind Value*" A. J Kguaaett of
Kverett led a aecond dlacuaalon.
Thla afternoon Joseph linn tela of
tha mine* faculty la iiddreaalng the
conference on "Mineral l.and*."
I. M. I.lvengood of Hpokane will
talk on A Mudget Svetem for the
Htgte of Washington."
A dlacuaalon of "The Htate Board
of Tax Commissioners," by C. It
.lackmn, president of the tax com
munion board, and a tiilk on "A Con
■tltuttonnl Amendment," by Charlea
II Shield*, will t'luae tha confer
enre thla evening
The addreaa laat night of I'rof.
Charlea .1 Itullock of Harvard uril
veraliy, who declared atate and
local revenue* ahould he separated,
and who advocated a claaalfled
property tai, centraltxtng the con
trol of property asseaainent. and
aeparate Income tme* for city,
county, atate and federal govern
ment, «tlrred the big audlanca to a
high pitch of enthualaam.
BUYS BIG FARM
A T Malloy of Reattle haa Juat
cloaed a deal for the purfhaae of
the Cherry Valley «tock farm from
Harry Knit*. of th<* Waahlnßton
Loan A Truat f'o. The price waa
anounred a» 1118,000
all others like blm that the men CARNEGIE.
Cbrlat aeourged from the temple. And I warn them that another
the money-changer*, were men arottrglng of tba money changera
LIKK HIM and MORGAN and la cloae at hand!"
Mother Jonea. famoua labor workar, who la coming to Seattle to
tell the terrible etory of Ludlow at Memorial Day labor exerciaea.
PHOTKOT VOI H CNRfKI.
No. SO Protect <>*raph» now fII.JH
Morey Stationery Co.
TIH Plr«l \%r.
(Nttr Columbia fit.)
Of Interest To
Every lodge member who
takes pride in his orpaniza
tion will be interested to know
that lie tan get from us all
sorts of emblems symbolical
of his lodpe.
Right now wn have an extenalve
nhnwlnK of badge*. fob*, pins,
nharniH ami rlngn.
Wd manufacture nil kinds of Jew
"Iry to your order. Big utoek of
-oml-preelouß atone*, birth atom l *,
otc. We malm rlnn« to order
at vf-ry reasonable price*.
We are expert repairer* of Jew
elry of all kind*.
I. M. BENNETT
| Mitniifa<*<urlnir Jm«ler nnit Monr
i (Uller. Ift.'lN We.tlMk..,
jHliniuhrn Theatre Hhltf.
WASHINGTON, May ?».—
The "A B. C." medlatore **-
pact an Immenae amount of
trouble In connection with the
foreign damage claima against
Mexico, It waa admitted here
Ii waa known that they were con
fid.-iit of their ability to aetlle the
difference* between th«» YVaahlug
tori and Me*leo City governments
very speedily and that they ex|>ect
nit linn t "ly lo reconcile the wnrrlnK
When Hi* faction* are brought
together tin- foreigner* who have
Buffered lon*'-* In Mexico Mill be
heard from an<l th* mediator* gre
quoted iim having admitted that
they aiiwct the work of M-ttllug
with thi'in will take roonlha.
KVKRKTT May 2t».—One hundred
Henttle menibera of the lumber
men'* rlnh arrived In Kverett yea
tertlay afternoon, over the I'sclflc
blKhway, In 2f> automobile*, and
Joined the meml>era of the dumber
men'a club her* lo a "get-together"
MILLS WIN OUT
AIIKRDKRN, May 29 M'>ntenano
and Graya harbor mill cotnpanlea
are not eatopped from proving what
peraonal property they had on hand
when the aaaeanment of March 1,
1811, waa made, l><-< auae they failed
or reftwed (o llat It at that time, ac
cording to a declalon by Judge Ma
aon Irwin, here yeaterdny.
South-End Public Market
This Market Will Be Open as Usual
All Day Saturday Until 10:30 P. M.
flh. Koaata of Mutton. lb HC Ham Sausage, lb
Mutton Chop* 12HC Oood Tomatoea, lb 5* and lo*
Shoulder iJimh. Ih IOC E*'™ fancy Ripe Olives. pint 15<»
Haniß, half or whole, lb IS 1 if Hyde* Grape Juice, large bottle «s<»
Fancy Fiixtern nacon, lb 'i'ic Spaghetti, Macaroni or Vermicllli, 2 pkgs.
Good Bacou, lb I lie 15C
Shoulder Kama, lb I'i' 2 (- Jsc bottle Stuffed Olives 15f
Cuttage Hants, lb 'iOC Hardwood Toothpicks, 2 pkgs |oe
No •"> I.aid Compound .VIC Good Spuds, 10 lbs |Oc
No. Lard Compound... JI3C New Potatoes, »to 10 lbs '4'tC
- Nice Cucumbers, each
I ABOVE MEAT PRICES Fresh-cut Roses and tarnations, d0*..50e
AT STALLB 38-42 Iris, ppr dozen Zsf
INDEPENDENT PACKING CO. Full Cream nnd Brick Cheese. Ih ts<»
— Mustard Sardines, .1 large cans for. .;£se
Tx)cal ltnnch Kggs. dor.en «»5C Sugar, 22 lbs. d g. for *1.4X1
Fresh churned Washington Creamery But- Big dish Ice Cream for
ter, 3 lhs. for HSC Peanut Butter, per lb 13'/«0
Sweet Peas, per bunch IOC Picture Show TlcheU Free with every
Cut ltoses, per dozen IOC pound or more of "Magnet Brand"
Jilg's Home-made Blood Head Cheese, lb.. Tea or Coffee.
IOC Farmers' New Carrots, with tops, 3 bunches
F.BHtern Bacon, lb '.fOC
36c Special Blend Coffee. 3 lhs 0."» C Farmers' Big Hanson Head Lettuce. 2 for
ti.'iiulne New York Cream Cheese, lb. .;i."»C 15C
Fancy Grape Fruit, ti for 25C Farmers' fancy lx-af Lettuce. 7 bunches..
Fresh Mackerel, lb I."»C ,"ie
Columbia Itlver Shad, each if."ie Fanners' New Onions. 5 hunches s<»
Fancy Sturgeon, It) |f»C i Farmers' New Spinach. 5 lbs IOC
11 m 11 Imit Cheeks. 2 1!>« |,">C Farmers' New Beets. 3 bunches 5C
Mrs. Herman's Potato Salad, 2 lbs... .Ji.'iC i Farmera' Hhubarb, 4 lbs IOC
T»fil|hl, llNliuir« nt M'mli
Lyman H. Howe!S :^—
Also Many Othar Inlaraatlnc FlflurM
NI'iHTH }tfl, Sl' and 10c
MATtNKr.M <*hlMran I*' Art«»t»a tt* I
f, ti+Mgm J Mm hvfiflii
a N'llt l.eaars*
T Th* AvMlil* I'laprra In th«
I tig Weal»rn Mfl«i(lr»ma
T "JACK O' DIAMONDS"
L -4on opaMnga Thura . Rat and
mf Hun Mata 2f.«*
I Othar Kv»ntn«« **>' I*o. Jf"
MEN OF CHURCH
COOK AND SERVE
MEAL TO LADIES
There w«r«i a lot of furrowed
hrows last night, when the First M.
K. church brotherhood entertained
Its lady friends at a banquet, prepar
ed entirely, from spuds to demi
tasse, by the men folks themselves.
Their jobs were assigned according
to their names,
All the "Franks" had the decora
tions to attend to, the "Bills" were
the hosts, the "Charlies" and "Jlma"
formed the reception committee,
etc., etc., but the poor, unlucky
"Kds" bad to do the rooking.
However, the ladles seemed to
think the "Eds" a pretty good bunc
think the "Bd»" a pretty good bunch.
RESCUE 2 IN LAKE
A man and woman upset In a
canoe a half-mile off Ilalley penin
sula, In front of the Y, M C. A.
camp, yeaterday. George K. Rtoken,
superintendent of the camp, and E.
J. Nelson, cook, rescued them In a
Here is an outing for tomorrow. The Steam-r
Daring leaves Colman Dock at 9:15 for Zenith
Beach. It will be a trip you will remember.
Chicken dinner at the famous Longview Hotel.
Return at 3:00 o'clock. Round trip 50c.
Lite in a big le»el forest
and play on the beach
Zenith Beach camp sites
are surely the mom beautiful
and the most accessible on
Pugei eouud. Thev are on
the mainland, In the scenic fl
wlWw section between Seattle and 111 If
Ta 'ma, where there la regu
. lar auto stage service and a
Choicest boat to Zenith dock twice Choicest
<;ftwlrtO ,!all > A ,ow rrlc * like 1100 en-inn *
3UXIUV j or c holce £>0x lOft-foot camp OUXIUU
•OA n U ,lte * #t Zenlth '• misleading.
Lain indeed. The property cannot $20 Lath
$5 a Month. untll ,e T°„ $5 » Month.
There Is title Insurance with
each purchase Call for time
cards and descriptive folders.
JOS. R. H. JACOBY
1406 Fourth Ave.
A Buay Ground-Floor Office
DO NOT MISS THIS TRIP
Mr IRf)l»()l IT AN Mlh
Nighta a#i<l Mat Hal , ft* la «l Ml
Iri Ifla N'atr !*laf
Mr Hlda Johnson Toitnf
III* l'tel«|is» Plaj
With l« fMplc
IIAIMV II %ft< Ol HT
fvpntmr Kng llah < fiiiMlltßii*
10r NII4 Mr
GETS $12,000 JOB
Federal Judge Neterer has »!>•
pointed Cicero R. Hawkins to fill the
position of refi-ren In bankruptcy
when the term of Judge John P.
iloyt end*, Jul; Si.
Judge Hoyt hat held the position
for 18 years. He la 72 years old
Fees of the office run as high as
$12,000 a year. a
CAMPBELL PROMOTED f
A promotion to the poet of dlstwrt
agent In charge of office* at P''lk
land, ha* come to J 8. CampbeW
traveling frelpht solicitor for the
Tents at Fourth and