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No smoke in your kitchen MAZOLA does not smoke up your kitchen when frying— as do lard and compounds. Besides its economy, Mazola is more readily digested than any hard fat. It is a pure vegetable fat and absorbs no odors nor flavors from the foods fried in it. It can be used over and over again; even after fry ing fish. Merely strain, and it is fresh as just bought. Once you try Mazola you will prefer it to lard and compounds. Selling Representatives JOHNSON-LIEBER MERCANTILE COMPANY Seattle FREE Write for handsomely illustrated 64-page Com —-. Products Cook Book. Com Products Re fining Company, P. O. Box 161, New York City. NEW ABLINGTON HOTEL FIRST AVENUE AND SPRING SEATTLE AME STAFF - SAME RATES AS OLD ARLINGTON ONE DOLLAR ROOMS THIS HOTEL IS NOT OWNED BY JAPANESE. Free Bus meets all trains BASEBALL SCORES - NATIONAL LEAGUE At Boston 5, Cincinnati 1. At Brooklyn 5, Pittsburg 7. At New York 3, Chicago 5. At Philadelphia 2, St. Louis 3. AMERICAN LEAGUE At Chicago 4, New York 11. At Detroit 3, Boston 2. At Cleveland 4. Philadelphia 3. At St. Louis 5, Washington 8. PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE At Los Angeles 2, Portland 1. Los Angeles 2, Portland 5. At San Francisco 4, Seattle 3. At Sacramento 13, Oakland 3. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE At Vancouver 9, Tacoma 0. Dempsey Carrying Too Much Weight ATLANTIC CITY, May 20 (by As sociated Press). — Jack Dempsey weighed 204 pounds at his training here yesterday, but announced that he expected to make between 185 and 190 pounds for irs match with Carpentier on July 2. INSANE FROM BRUTALITY OF RUSS SOVIETS WARSAW, May 20 (by Associated Press).—Capt. Emmet Kirkpatrick of Uniontown, Ala., the Red Cross work er captured by the Bolsheviki in Crimea, has become insane in the Moscow prison where ho has been confined many months, due to brutal treatment, according to a report re ceived by the American Red Cross here. Fresh king salmon at the North ern Meat Market. Ml2-tf. JEW BOB PUT IN DURANCE VILE BUT RELEASED Robert Cochran, familiarly known as “Jew Bob,” was arrested by Chief of Police Kitzmiller for connection with the bank robbery, according to the Anchorage Times. Bob remained “in durance vile” just so long as it took Doc Madden and Mrs. Gelles to walk to the federal jail, where they both exclaimed in unison, “That is not the man.” In fact Bob failed to resemble the bandit in any re spect except in sex. Bob is a much larger man than the description given 1 and then again Bob’s ol<T interior ac quaintances, like Jerry Murphy, Art Shonebeck, Fred Martin and Doc Madden, the robbed, stand pat and say that Robert is not a robber, but the contrary—well known for his ultra generosity. Even so Bob feels quite elated over the event and humorously told the judge and officers that he was grate ful for the notoriety and especially thanked them for selecting him for a regular He-Man bank robbery in stead of common, ordinary pilfering, such as Loussac's drug store, Model | Exchange, Sourdough Henry’s and j numerous other ridiculous cases such as novice second-story men could get away with in Anchorage. I Just to prove that money is no object to him Bob drove ilp to the | Times office in Anchorage’s only closed car and ordered his Irish chauffeaur to “go buy a box of ci gars.'’ The editor got ’em and they were good ones, El Sidelos. Returning to the case of “mistaken identity” it was not even necessary | for Btfb to prove an alibi; he was so j far removed from guilt. In all fair ness to Mr. Cockburn it gives the Times pleasure to publish the facts j that he has long been an Alaskan j citizen of considerable prominence. I During the year 1914-lf>-l(>, Bob suc [ cessfullv operated on Willow creek ! in the Iditarod placer district. Also i lie was associated with the N. C. Company and later was in the mer cantile business at the head of Idita rod river. Mr. Cockburn has been in Anchorage four months and even now is contemplating entering into C. Street Store $15.00 Quilts •. $6.50 4.00 Sheet Blankets ....-•. 2.00 4.00 Hardman Caps.. 1 75 5.00 Gordan Caps. 2.00 9.00 Hardman Hat . 4,25 Kennedy Stock The New SECOND HAND STORE Buy and Exchange General Second Hand Goods ALSO CARRY MEN’S GOODS, NEW AND SECOND HAND HARDWARE SPRINGS, CCTS AND MATTRESSES GUS COZOKAS NEXT TO JONES’ LAUNDRY I business here. He likes it here. His old-time friends are authority for the above statement as to his business qualifications and they swear by his honesty and integrity. In a way Bob is a hero—he was arrested. His in nocence is unquestioned. SOLDIER DEAD FROM ALL U. S. DIVISIONS WASHINGTON, May 20 (by Asso ciated Press).—Every division of the American expeditionary forces that reached the fighting front in France except the Thirty-first was represent ed in the 5.212 bodies of soldier dead which arrived at New York Wednesday, the war department an nounced. He: ‘‘Is Fraser’s wife fond of an argument?” She: “I should think so—why she won’t even eat anything that agrees with her.” TACOMA MAN LOOKING OVER OIL PROSPECTS W. L. Keyser of Tacoma is in th® Cold bay district investigating the oi8 fields and will report to his associ ates with the ultimate view of ex tensive operations there should the field live up to expectations. FIRE, MARINE, ACCIDENT INSURANCE REAL ESTATE COLLECTIONS SURETY BONDS DWELLINGS AND BUSINESS HOUSES FOR RENT CORDOVA ABSTRACT & REALTY CO. C Ave. between 1st and 2nd St». A NEW STRIKE IN GROCERIES LOW LEVEL REACHED AT i Phone 170 DINEEN’S CASH GROCERY Phone 170 1-2 lb. tin of coffee given away free with 2 1-2 lb. tin. 1. lb. tin given free with 5 lbs. All S. & W., new pack, Canned Fruits, berries included, 35c can, 3 cans for $1.00 S. & W. Vegetables, new pack, Peas, Corn, String Beans, Tomatoes, 25c can; $2.85 doz. Asparagus, tall.$ .30 Tomato Puree, 2 cans.25 Extra Fancy Prunes 3 lbs. .. .50 Best Dried Apples, 3 lbs..65 Dromedary Dates, 2 pkgs. .. .45 Layer Figs, per lb. .25 Seedless Raisins, Sun Maid 2 pkgs. . 55 Fish Balls, large can.45 Booth Sardines, 3 cans. .65 Dunbar Shrimps, per can.25 Tuna Fish, per can, 20c, 30c .55 Scratch Food, per sack. 4.50 Chopped Feed, per sack. 3.50 Grape Juice (Welsh) qt.75 Assorted Gum, box.75 Gelatin, 2 oz. pkg.15 Apple Butter, Skookum Can .25 Small White Beans, 4 lbs.25 Lima Beans, 2 lbs.25 Pearl Barley, 2 lbs. .25 A. & H. B. Soda, pkg.. .10 Parlor Brooms, reg. $1.75 .. 1.35 Long Branch Wafers, 3 pks. .80 Coffee, bulk, 3 lbs.85 Extracts, Schillings, 2 bots. .65 Tomato Catsup, 3 bots.65 Crisco, 11 lbs .45 Crisco, 3 lbs.. .85 Crisco, 6 lbs. .. 1.65 Crisco, 9 lbs.. 2.45 Playing Cards, deck. .45 Fig Pudding, can . .20 All Second Grade Vege tables, can 15c.doz. 1.65 Ivory Soap, small 10c, doz. .95 Ivory Soap, large, 2 for 35c doz... 1.95 Sun Brite Cleanser 3 for 25c doz. .85 Domino and Search Light Matches . .10 Toilet Paper, 10c roll, doz 1.10 Silver Leaf Lard, 2 lbs.50 Silver Leaf Lard, 5 lbs. 1.25 Silver Leaf Lard, 10 lbs.. 2.45 Cotto Suet, 10 lbs. . 1.95 Prepared Mustard, glass.15 Corned Beef, Swifts, can.35 Wesson Oil, pints.40 Wesson Oil, quarts.75 Wesson Oil, half gallon. 1.50 Wesson Oil, gallon. 2.35 Assorted Preserves, glass.45 Strawberry Preserves, can .. .75 Imported Marmalade, can .. .45 Poppy Jelly, 10 lb. can. 1.95 Strawberry and Raspberry Preserves, 10 lb. cans. 3.85 Assorted Jelly reg. 40c, 3 for 1.00 Best Manchuria Walnuts, lb. .25 Soft Shell Almonds 2 lbs for .75 Best Brazil Nuts, 2 lbs. for .85 Best Head Rice, 5 lbs. .60 Best Jap Rice, 5 lbs.. .40 Log Cabin Syrup, 40c, 75c 1.45 Assorted Soups, 2 cans for 25c, per doz. . 1.25 Dixie Queen Tobacco, doz. 1.50 Blue Ribbon Tea, per lb.75 Rogers Ceylon Tea, pkg..30 Stuffed Olives, reg. $1.85 1.35 ' ! 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