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The Seattle star. (Seattle, Wash.) 1899-1947, July 04, 1911, Image 8

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• THE LESSON OP
• THE WDURTH
• By rdmutid Vance Cook#.
th» day and whoae flrtn wrought
word* Into deeil* aui-eeeded, WIM
tUera no! * *oloe from your Up»
ol clay that other Fourt hofsT*lya
are Beaded?
When privilege fat* at the rub
110 »ur*a. *h« right* are pillaged
or atarre unheeded. then »ooner
ur later, for better or wor*e, an
other Fourth of July la ueded.
When the people* tribune*
taint the law till the atix-aiu tuna
rank and poteon-weeded, wleti
they pilfer the *h«it and !eav» u*
straw, another »\»urth of July la
neede<l.
When the tread tutll prisons
the child of toll till the baby's
brows are wail and tieaded, wher
ever such shadow blights the soil,
another Fourth of July la needed
While a rare atlll drink* of the
bitter cup and the earth with the
victims' bones la se<>led. the cry of
the Wood-blotched stones goes up
that another Ftourth-of July la
seeded
For the fearless fathera who
made the day far more to th«-
worlt' than the day they deeded
th» aplrlt atlll Itve*. though the
lips are clay, when another
ftmrth-of-Jnly ta needed
SENT BULLET
THIOIGH BRAIN
Business failure and despondency
are said to be the reason* for the
•ulcldr of Henry Lapp. IJ3fi Frank
lln a*. With the revolver lying
alongside his body and with a bullet
through his brain. Uie body was
found laat night at 9 oclock In a
room at the FVye hotel. l>r. R A.
McClure said 'hat he had taken his
life several hours before the dl»
"fHli 1111 f the body IJipp leaves a
widow 6W4 tt 400. - **""
TTiree weeks ago Lapp sold the
fixtures In his barroom at i.«e
Antlers hotel and went o'jt of bust
Bess. He had been engaged In the
liquor business aver since coming
to this city from Chicago several
years ago.
FLOYD MtRRILL IS
RIVER CHANCE
Floyd Merrill, the youth who Is
charged with floating $350 worth of
bogus checka, waa rele«H<-d yester
day on an order of Judge A. W.
Prater. The boy has made specific
promises of good conduct, and will
IM given another chanc*.
SEATTLE AIRSHIP
FLIES TORIGRT
Spectators at Madison park early
this evening will witness the first
public night of the Bomanoplane,
the new Seattle-built aeroplane In
vented by Jean Romano. Koraano
has great faith In his Invention,
which he claims will be equally at
home on the water, by reason of a
hydroplane attachment.
Have your bills and claims col
lected. Continental Collection
Company, 314 Haiiey Bldg. Main
*•11. **•
OLD MATS
Ma 4« to L*«t th« He*»©n.
Flow#r» Tlnt*4
R*«hap*d 9te
Model Millinery Co.
til PKOi'l.K'n BANK BIIM.
BLANK BOOKS
TRICK & MURRAY
Office and Factory
72 Columbia St.
EVERETT-SEATTLE
INTERURBAN RAILWAY
■BaTTI ,r. TO KVEKBTT—I.I mi 1..1 train*
10: SO a m and 6 26 p. in
lx»<al Tralna 0: 20, 7:30, * 20, » 10, 10 30
W, 11.10 « m ; 12'80, 1:10 B. 2:30. 3 30.
430 630 B 0:10. 730 I 80. ft 46.
11 45 p m dally Kstru train Hatur
day arid Wunday at 10:4 a p. m.
Ticket Of f J caa H*atfle, 6th av. # near
W*atl*i<e; Greenwood, A Jai Vrug
Htore, 86th and Ore»*nwood.
BVBRRTT TO HRA7TLK —Limited tralna
0 00 a m and 4 00 p m
lrfO< ai train* 6 10, 6:00, 7:00. 1 00. 0:01
B. 10:00. 11:00 a m.; If 00 noon B;
1 00. 2 00. 3:00, 4 01 B. 6 00, 6:00
7:00 8 00, 10:16 p m dally. fcitra
train Haturday and ftunday at ft 00
p rn
fll Indlcatea baggage tralna
Fr»laht train leav.a freight ehed at Sixth
and Olive at 0.00 p m
BKATTLK-RVKItKTT TRACTION CO
SNOHOMISH-EVERETT
INTERURBAN
TRAINS J.KAVK KVBUKTT « 87, 7 J«,
ft 00, 10:20 a m, 12.10, 1:26, 2 45. 4:01
& 2ft e 86. 7 66, 0:60, 11:20 p rn
THAINH LKAVK HNOffOMIHH -<$ 46
* 00, »10, 11 06. 11 40 t. rri 12 16
2 00. 3 ;20, 4 46, 000, 7:10, 0 :00. 10 30,
11t66 p no
Kama etatlon In Evr«tll aa Heat tie Kver
att loterurban.
ONE OF FIRST CORONATION PICTURES,
RECEIVED BY THE STAR THIS MORNING
Remarkable Photograph Taken From a Point High Above the Procession, Showing the Royal Coaefc
With It's Eight Horses. Footmen and Plkemtn.
YOU'LL FIND IT HERE
NEWS OF THE DAY CONDENSED FOR BUSY PEOPLE
A rewatd of IS la offered by E.
D Kittle. *001 i»th av. « , to any
one for Information leading to the
arrest of the men who plckcd hi*
pock*t while riding on an Alkl
Point car laat nlgbl He also wants
to get the address of the man who
witnessed the theft and told hliu
of It.
The Japanese liner A«*a Mant
sailed for Oriental porta at 10 (his
morning with a large passenger Hat
of tourists. Japaneae atudents. mer
chants and Cnlted States army of
fleers.
Honolulu. —Hla Br.lanlc majesty'e
cruisers Kent and Challenger helped
celebrate the Fourth today. The
iships fired a salute In honor of (he
American flag, and the officers at
tended a reception given by Mover
nor Frear.
* SANTA BARBARA, Cat— *
* Mrs Julia K William*, keeper *
* of the lighthouse Her*. died *
* yesterday, after alt years of *
* suffering, resulting from In *
* juries received while on duty. *
* *
VANCOUVER. B. C.—"Dad" Tay
lor. 9'J years old. I* being held,
charged with the murder of l-ev|
McCutcheon.
July 4. 1853. Vlcksburg waa sur
rendered to Gen U. 8- Oram, and
ever since then
the name of Grant
has stood for
something
In American hla
tory. The taking
of Vlcksburg was
no ir»-mlnute job.
Hkilled generals
and polished admirals and brave
armies had been fussing around
Vlcksburg a whole winter and half
a mighty hot summer before
Grant finally found a way to do It.
He took an army Into Mississippi
without any grub basket and told
It It would have to live off the
country. Then he made It march
twice aa fast as any array was
ever expected to t>e able to march
In that climate, and Vlckaburg fell
less than 24 hours after the defeat
of I.ee at Gettysburg. With Vhese
two blows tottered the fabric of
the Confederacy.
NO CHANCE THERE.
Howivtr, they've never been
able to work off any replicas of
stock certificates on J. P. Morgan.
—Washington Post.
The city council yesterday au
tborlred the propoaal of $1,000,000
bonda for the Cedar river water
shed conderonallon and $546,000 for
general municipal purpoaeH to be
voted on in the Heptember election.
* *
* A GILDED FAD. *
* "Yen, papa i* going to buy *
■k m>' a battle xhlp." *
■k "Oood graclou*! I beg your #
* pardon, what for?" *
* "I want to use it* deck for *
* a dancing party."—Cleveland h
* Plain Dealer. #
* 4r
PITTSBURG.—DeapHc the fact
that hla elothen were ablaze anrl
the rope h<» was hif<l ink on %an
burning. ChrU HinkaH, a
Jack, Mild to A cigaret
canned the fire.
Now. Lan t It tmtgh on a fellow
to be bom on the glorious Kburt h
—In Canada.
where, try as one
might, he couldn't
leave a doting
mamma safely an
chored In the
house and go out
In the yard to
blow off a homo
made cannon and
a tittle finger?
Tl» That sor
rowful fete for
tune hatuhxl out
to John Mar Vicar.
Hut John dropped
over the bound
arv line shortly
filter that Fourth
of Juljr. 1M59. and th»r«afl*r no lad
In Krl<>, I'a. wax the author of more
uolae upon our country's and Mac-
Vicar's natal day. Now he la our
best municipal g»"eranient e*p*rt
Seven hundred and fifty members
of the National Ouard will go Into
camp tonight for 10 daya' artillery
practice at Camp Fort eon, Ameri
can lake ttealdes four Heattle
companies, there will be companies
from Hpnkane, Pasco. Walla Walla.
North Yakima. Aberdeen and (.'•«
trails
PITTSBURG. — Seeing a
pickpocket reaching Into the
pocket of W J. Margall. a ho
tel fcpfper. a woman promptly
gave Margall a kick and then
turned on the thief.
CHICAQO —After Investigating
the death of Marcel Hasle. noted
motor race driver kilted here, the
coroner's Jury bitterly denounced
the racing of automobiles on Heri
tracks a* an "utter disregard for
human life."
NEW YORK.—A giant fire
cracker containing two tons of
powder was seized by the au
thorities here for Illegal sell
ing. It will be destroyed.
Harness sold on Installments.
Holloway sells for less. 1520 First
av. •••
$2.50
W« will continue to fit a fold
filled frame, guaranteed for five
yeara, with apherleal IcniM and
leather ca««, complete for 12 60
This Included a careful and accu
ral*
H»« our Kryptolc lenaee. with
no llnea or cement a<alea. for
cloae and dlatant flalon. Havaa
two palra of glaaaea Mounted
with Hhur-on eye-giaaa or ap«c*
otada mountln*
Curry Optical Co.
o KVKMKIHT MFKCIAI.IMTM
Third Hour. 144-KS Arimd* Hid(.
ln<! . 1. non
TME SEATTLE STAR
HIS HIGH-KICKIIB
WIFE sues bankei
iHf I toll*4 I nhm I easey Hir* lMr«» t»
iMtlll* MM Offtr-r >
KASHAS CITY. July 4—Ml*
Orare Taubman, 30. daughter c»f t*e
He* C, Graham Adams. an Kpiaoo
i»«! rector at Kaioatown, N J , U
•ultig Rd ward M Taubman, *7.1
banker, of Islington, Mo. fur dt
vorc*.
John 11. Atwood, counsel f«w Mm
Taubman. told the Jury yv»terda>
(list the banker took hi* wlfe to bis
office on** night. A man friend waa j
present. Mr Taubman MSt out lor
some b«*r. bin refused to drink any
himself Mrs. Taubman and the
friend drank It Then Mr Taut*
man suggested (hat his wife do
some blah klrkliig to show their
friend just how high ah# eoold klek.
Hh« did. It Is SMMTtad
Judge Alexander Orate#, attor
ney for Mr Taubman, said
"The conduct attributed to Mr
Taubman In the opening statement
of the attorney fur the other aide is
a collection of bitter lies from be
ginning to end."
Judge Urave« Mates what Is tin
lure." Mr At wood protested
"Mr. Atwood Is a coward and a
liar." Judge Graves retimed as he
started toward Mr Atwtiod
Pacific Coal A Oil Co.
Lady
Wellington
Coal
The expense of heating
your home is no small item.
A little investigating will
show you where a good
many dollars can be lopped
off this item in a year's time
First of all, make sure of
having the best household
coal sold in the local market
—that's LADY WELLING
TON COAL.
Then look to your appar
atus; are the drafts working
? and do you really
know how to fire and secure
all the heat you should have*
from a given quantity of
coal ?
This company employs the
well-known expert, Mr. Har-.
Lan, for the sole purpose of
teaching you how to fire and
how to handle your coal
burning apparatus. No
charge for his services.
Suppose you call us up.
Main Office:
401 Hinckley Block
Both Phones 5040.
I.atona Bunkers;
113 Northlake Avenue
North 465; Green 652.
West 11, for West Seattle.
Bunker Prices, per Ton:
Lump, $C».50. Nut. $4.
Furnace, $3.75.
5 per cent diacount for cash
Cheapest
Because
Best
Pacific Coal A Oil Co.
riIRNITURC I
DRY GOODS
The July Sale of Furniture
INCLUDES:
LIBRARY FURNITURE, in mahogany and
oak, including Arm-chairs and Rockers in leather
and temporary coverings.
LIVING-ROOM FURNITURE, in the various
finishes of oak.
BEDROOM FURNITURE, in Mahogany, Oak
and Enamel, suites and single pieces.
Ostermoor Mattresses in the July Sale
AN assortment of Ostermoor Mattresses, the tickings of which are slightly soiled, is included in the
July Sale at specially-low prices,
Women's
Gloves
Flowers and Foliage at Special Prices
EXCEPTIONAL values will be offered tomorrow in a large assortment of fine quality Flowers and
Foliage, featuring varieties and colorings that are widely in demand for trimming Midsummer
Millinery. There will be four lot* to select from, as follows:
SPECIAL 4.V
Rom Foliage with bud,
Forget-me-not#, Primroses,
Hyacinths, June Rose*,
Crush Roses. Phlox, Hops,
Rose Center* and Cherry
Blossom*.
SPECIAL 75*-
Wheat, Sweet Peas, large
Roses, Roses with moss fo
liage, Foliage with bud.
Other Interesting Values in Untrimmed Millinery Include:
French Plume., at $.195. $5.45. $675, $ft.25, $10.75, $13.65
and $16.45.
Ostrich Quill* with Marabou, $3.K).
Uncurled Oatrich, $200.
Oatrich Peather Band., $275.
Ranges
And Refrigerators
Specials:
Several Odd Patterns in Coal
and Gas Ranges Are Offered at
Spccial Prices for Clearance.
Also
A number of Gurney and North
land Refrigerators, slightly dam
aged in shipping, at special
prices. - First Floor, Ann«>
IDEAL CREAM METAL POLISH, QUART-SIZE
CAN, 25c->-A non-settling and non-separating cream polish,
for automobiles and nietalware of all kinds.
HARDWOOD GARMENT HANGERS. 7c—Smoothly
finiahed and shaped to fit shoulders, with bar to hold trous
ers.
ELITE BRAIDED CARPET BEATERS, 15c—Made of
galvanized steel wire with metal handles.
A number of Sterling Silver Dessert and Table Spoons, in discontinued pat
terns, are specially priced for clearance at $1.00 each.
Silver-Plated Salt and Pepper Sets, Special 25c Set
Salt and Pepper Shakers, silver-plated on nickel silver, in satin finish, with
removable glass lining. Special, 25< pair. Hllvww -r* *...
FREDERICK & NELSON, Inc.
l<v|il!TTON LENGTH SH.K GLOVES,
$1 00 ANT) $1.50 PAlß—With double tipped
fingers and mousquetaire wrist with clasps. In
black, white and color*.
SILK GLOVES, 50c, 75c, $1.00 AND $1 25
PAIR- Have two clasp* at wrists and fingers
rtinforced with double tips.
Women's Wash Suits, Coats and Dresses
For Street, Outing and Vacation Wear
—in pleasing selections of the season's approved styles, materials and colorings,
all interestingly priced. n«»
TAILORED LINES' SUITS. $12.75. $14 50
AND $19.50—Shown in Irish and Austrian
linens, thoroughly shrunk, designed in plain
and trimmed model*.
LONG LINEN COATS, $12.50 AND $19.50
— Plain-tailored rnralels. in good quality nat
ural-color linen, 54 and 50 inches long, with
notch or combination collar ; ideal garments for
Nove|ty Silks at Clearance Prices
"Tula," a beautiful »ilk in a poplin weave, 27
Inches wide. Color#, black, navv, new-blue,
natural, golden-brown and dark Alice-blue.
Special yard.
An especially good quality Persian Mesca
line Silk, in an assortment of choice designs
Knit Underwear
For Summer Wear
WOMEN'S IMPORTED SWISS-RIBBED
LISLE UNION SUITS, SPECIAL $1.25—
Ix>w neck and sleeveless, with cuff knee,
also style with high neck, wing sleeve and
ouff knee.
WOMEN'S COTTON UNION SUITS, fl 26
—Medium weight and very fine weave, tn
ankle length, with low neck and elbow
sleeve; low neck, sleeveless style, with cuff
knee; also ankle-length style, with high
neck and long sleeve.
WOMEN'S BWISB-RIRBED COTTON
UNION Hl'lTS, 66c—With low neck and cuff
knee
WOMEN'S LISLE VESTS, S6e EACH; S
FOK |1.00 —Sleeveless, low neck style, with
plain or fancy yoke. —rir»t rioor.
Housefurnishings Items
•tor* Clom* Daily at I: SO.
BRASS AND IRON BEDS.
DINING-ROOM FURNITURE, in mahogany
and oak,
SUMMER FURNITURE, including pieces in
Oriental Grass Hickory, Reed and Willow.
OFFICE DESKS, REVOLVING CHAIRS
AND ARM-CHAIRS.
Marabou Bands, $3 00.
Quills with willow edge, $1.75.
Fancy Marabou, in aigrette effect, 95c.
Imitation Aigrettes, $1.95.
Black and White Hemp Shapes, in small, medium and
large effects. $4 95. —a*»n4 ru>r
PORCELAIN ROBE HOOKS, 10c—Of heavy white
porcelain, with steel screws, especially desirable for bath
rooms.
COMBINATION KITCHEN TOOI.S. 15c—Fruit and
vegetable parer and slicer, apple corer and cabbage cutter
combined.
WIRE POTATO MASHER. sc—Made of extra-heavy
spring wire, with enameled wood handle. Strong and easily
cleaned. , •—Hou»»furn!»hfin«
26-Piece Stratford Silver Set
In Lined Case as Pictured
Special $6.50
A very interesting value is presented in this handsome set, which consists
of six each Knives, Forks, Teaspoons and Dessert-spoons, one liutter Knife
and one Sugar Shell.
The pieces arc heavily plated on white metal, in the pleasing design
illustrated, and the set is packed in lined case of imitation mahoganv, with
drawer. '
FURNITURE
DRY GOODS
WASHABLE CHAMOIS GLOVES. $1.00
AND $1.50 PAIR —P. X. M sewn, with one
large pearl* clasp at wrist and embroidered
barks; in white and natural color.
BROKEN LINES WOMEN'S GLOVES,
SPECIAL SI.OO PAIR—Long Silk and Kid
Gloves, fclso fine Mocha Gloves in light shades,
Hpcctal, the pair, $1.00. -nm riom.
motoring or street wear during the Summer
months.
WASH DRESSES AT $9.00—1n zephyr
ginghams, tissues, cotton voiles and linons,
plain or prettily trimmed in embroideries, laces
and insertions; very good values at $9.00.
Many other interesting values in Wash
Dresses at prices ranging up to $25.00.
and colors, special yard.
Taffetas in pin-check, medium check and
chalk-line effects in navy and white; also
white and black stripes ; special yard ; and
a few odd pieces of small-figured, self-colored
Messalines, special yard. —rtr« riw.
Notions
"Magic" Magnetic Steel Curlers, 25e set.
"Ever Ready" Button and Ruttoo-hoto
Strip*, for back or front of shirtwaist, 10c.
Prima Donna Hair Nets, small site, 15c;
I for 25c.
"Airlite" Silk-covered Coat Stays, may be
lengthened or shortened by slight pull or
pressure, 10c set.
Diamond Covered-tip Runner*, for lingerie,
10c.
"FVio" Rubber Cushion Loop Hose Sup
porters. 18c and 25c.
"Majestic" Dip Pins, for holding Shirt
waist, skirt and belt firm, sc.
Colonial Safety Pins, in assorted sties,
gold finished. 10c.
"Happy Girl" Automatic Waist and Skirt
Supporter, 25c. -rir.t »w
SPECIAL 05* —
Hawthorne Blossoms,
Cowslips, Heliotrope, Moss
Roses, Roses in clusters,
Cherry Foliage and assort
ed Fancy Foliage.
SPECIAL 95<—
Large Rose* with foliage.
Locust Blossoms, Tulip*,
Pansy Foliage and assort
ed Fine Foliage.

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