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NOTICE -JUNE BRIDES! PLEASE READ.
Think not, thr httahand gamed, that all it done; l'he price of happintM must still he won; And <\ft. the caretras find it to their cost, Thr lover in thr husband n\av be loat.—l.yttleton. (Which muni, In plain United States talk: You have to keep on running for the car after you catch It.) IUNE BRIDES and NAEIONAI PIANOS Cast a Gleam of Sunshine Over the Northwest The extraordinary price cutting aale at the National lMano Manu facturer* salesroom* v.i Third «\ near the corner of Marion »t *as the great drawing . nut of Seattle during all of last week No less than 8 plain pianos an>! . pla>or pianos «trr hoUI to happy rouplei who married In .him- Two ■•»!«•« w. Nt to North Yakima, tour to Ta , ooraa, one to Mi Vernon. one to Anarortea. ()vp In Senttlo, one to Everett and one to Wenatchee These torn nil »:ili'i to the newiy weds, Ul addition to which two playera were sold to the leading taml'llea of th* Unlverslt* district. ore In lYemonl. two In Hallnnl. one In Italnler Heach and thrae to South Park, also a ale wan made to a family at Ronton. The r>-.ion wr are not giving the natnea of our patron* la that we want to protect them from the horde of piano can\ns>icrs thai are circulating around Seattle from iWxir to d( or UNSPARING CUTTING OF PRICES This came about by reaaoti of the serious piano blockade at BHS Tuird a*., near Marlon, and the moat rigorous price cutting that wax ever attempted by any piano concern here or anvw hero elae haa been done When you Mop to conatder th.it the very cream of \mertcaii made planoa and pla> er piano* are thrown on mile on . v ear* monthly payment* that vou desire at auch cut prlrea a* »■>>,', tHK, »l(.n. Il7g, etc neither you. dear reader, nor anyone elae. will he aur prlaed that we are selling these choice high grade planoa and player ptanoa all over the country, even though It I* the dull mid summer —aaon $87, $137, $148, $159, $178, $19S, ETC. Observe the figure* and come In and nee the fine, high quality, ten fMr guaranteed Pianos anil Flayer IManoa m which you will tin.'. uiese «ut price* It Is a golden opportunity, and the wise and the pnn.i ut are taking Immediate advantage of it I'h.re will he -old about »lv more piano* at the»e cut price* and on easy monthly payment* that will milt jDur convenience After those »l\ty are told, remember tlu-« cut price* will be thine* of the past You will ne\er *<•■■ them repeated In Seattle We have alreadv given the reaiomi «hj we are compiled to make thl* deey price cutting \n we *ald before. n«\e be i ordered to Initall a Talking Machine IVpartment In 'hexe nalenroomii and we Btutt get out a large number of these platto* In order to give th • work man room to build the Talking Machine room* ami the abelvng neo ••aary to take eve of the multitude of record* which are now n the way from the East here Remember, although the above price* arc ridiculously imall, we are selling on the ea»le*t monthly-payment plan •f any atore in town. NATIONAL PIANO MPRS. •23 THIRD AVE . NEAR MARION One Block Below Orpheum Theatre, Oppoilte Central Building WESTERN UNION juw..ua para telecSam TKtO, N. VAII. MtllMgT <j/ (K. O^ltK^ien crw "Jb> a XA>VC cr\ (^>4jU/9\|/jrfsrvv oxejf" THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY An End to the Curse of Wearing Worthless Trusses No More Rupture Troubles 60 Days' Trial to Prove II You Don't Have to Risk a Penny Hare !• aomathln# abaolotaly futrin teed to keop your rupture from comlnf Yoat don't hare to take our word for what It will do Ton can try It alaty ( wte a thor*».<cn teat--without , fcarlr.* to rlak a panny-—and for j jroureelf If It doean't hold tr It do#»n't kaap ( fotir rupture from botharlnt rou In «nr WAT —then It won't coat jrou a alnfle ••nt The Only Thing Good Enough To Stand Such a Teat Tou know aa wel *ji »e that you rant tall anythln* about » truaa or anything • lea for rupture merely by cryln* It on That ® tha *orit of going to a druaatore •r lo'al truaa Utter"« A IntM or ao <ell»d "*r>pi lance" mar , #aem all rl*ht whan you flrat put it »n. and afterwerda prove utterly wortblM* Tha only w*y In tha world you 'an mak» aure of eaartly what you're fet tinf la by 10 <laye actual trial And our guaranteed rupture holder— tha famona Clutha Automatic Vfaaaa# Inf True#—-la tha only thlnt of any kind whatever for rupture that ydu '•an **t on elaty daye trial tha only thin* rood cnoufh to atand aueh a Jon* and thorough te«t Something Nothing Elae Doea Tha dot ha A ■<* matlr Mnaaaiclnff Tr -a !• io utterly dlfferttl from IVMfllllaC •laa for ruptura that It haa received eighteen eaparate patenta It provldee lha only way avar dle tovered for overcoming tha w*akn*ea which 1» tha raal ca*iea of r>jptura Juit how It does mat antlraly auto matically <a all axpiatnad 'In tha free . Vook Will Save You from Operation Tha Clutha Truaa haa eo thoroughly provad Ita marl*a that pnyaiHer.e In all barte of tha world anl aurfaona In tha F' H Army and Nary now racommand It }nataad of advlelng operation It haa brought complete recovery In hundrade '%'-r a't*r .r«ri»Jon p' *<'i a W*,MT aOS *MNG RESULTS No Belt or Leg Strap* to Annoy You That'a why p»rtp!« wt»o try thla tru«a ■ay It l* aa nomfortahlw aa thalr olothlnir. It la watar proof--wlll ho! 4 tn tha bath. Kaally kapt rlaan Oet World'* Qreatett Rupture Book Don't aaml any monay Juat wrlta foi our frwa book an 4 find out avarythlnj you want to know Full of farta navar tfaror* put In print Clolh-bound-—1« pa*»a 20 ••pnrata art! rI "• an'l 21 photographic Illuatrat lont Will aara you from bain* foolad an< cava you from waatln* monay I" * j lnlna why »l«aM< and «j<rlnf truaaa ara a wkkwl crlma- whv tha? ar» th rupturad mirn'a w»r#t «»iiamy why th» law should atop thalr «a!a MipoaM th«lr hombuf "•ppllanraa.' "mathoda." "plaatara. 1 atr fihowa why optrillon la oftM a iNd' laaa irambla with d*ath. and why. If a man mana**a to *at wall from th« operation ha oftan hai to kaap on w»ar In* a truss And It tails all about tha Cluth* Automatic Vfaa-airlnf Truss an'l how you ran trv It alfty dsys and how llttla It coat a If you kaap ft Olvss andorsamants of ovar 1.000 j paopl* flattor wrlta for tha book today It tal)« thin*" you could navar find out by «"inir to doctors or nrafftofll Kim ply uaa tha coupon or aa» in a lattar or poatal "F»nd ma tha book " BRINGS IT Hot ii4—< f nrnr roMPAMV ISA Kmmt 23r<l Ml.* NfW I'OBK f FTT B«nd m« jrour Wr— Book and TrUI Off«r ff tmt A<l<lr«pa Papa Takes Willie Out for Walk on Sunday; Hundreds of 'Em Did; and All Steer for Circus Tents Lucia Zor*, the only woman elephant trainer In the world, *mlle* as her weighty pet brandishes a hundred-pound foot over her body. Surprising how many papas de cided Sunday to take their sons out walking, and then, having stretched a leg around tho block once or twice, steered a course that landed them In the vicinity of Fourth av. and I/enora st. It Is there that the Sells-Floto circus pitched Its 'ente when It ar rived early on the Sabbath for Its three day stay In Seattle It la the 14th annual visit of the circus. There are to be afternoon and evening performances for three days. Monday. Tuesday and Wed needay. The parade moved through FALL INTO POLE HOLE IS FATAL STOCKTON. June Half a mil* out of Eacalon today • aection craw found their prog reaa dlaputed by a little apan iel which atood In the middle of the track and growled sav agely. Leaping from the car, Chae. Ron. foreman, found a man'e feet atlcklng out of a elx foot telegraph pole hole. The body proved to be that of Ro main Moll, an aged and weal thy rancher of the Eecalon aec tion. Moll started at midnight laat night to walk from hla ranch to hla homa In Eacalon. It la prasumed that ha atumbled on ona of the railroad tie* and fell Into the hole head flrat. Hla pet dog atood guard until morn ing. Tootsie Has 2 Teeth at Birth NEW YORK, June 9—A normal, healthy. baby Ktrl. born on Satn-day to Mr* K*annle Axter. came Into the world, not with a icnid spoon In her mouth, but with two pearly teeth. When I>r Abraham A I,evy railed to seo hi* little chnrKo. ho found that two more teeth had developed. The flrat pair were Incisors, the laat aro molar*. The baby, who will be christened ! Dora, la the fifth child born to Mr* Alter lK>ra Rives every promise lof unuatial strength. RAINIER HEIGHTS CLUB TALKS ISSUES Rainier Heights Improvement club has called a mass meeting of the Improvement clubs and citizen* of the «outh end of the city to hear an lllnitrated lecture on both vide* of the port election, to be held at tho Orace M. K church Monday night. Councilman Orlfflthi will speak In opposition to the Rant wa terway. No Kick Coming My wife, she In a tiiiffraKet, • Hhe I* my Joy* of Joy*. While nhe'» at meetings ev'ry nlKht I play poller with the boy*. Bei t modern ouiutce roomn In Ik ' to oOc,. pt»!»'ur| )lou.;e, M W'.''i •».! (neni' I'tkt r»Ulo MuM) THE STAH-MONBAV. JUMfc I. !«il the down town streets shortly be fore noon today Storm, at the crack of whose whip a herd of areat elephant* (It up on ttwlr haunches, and perform other tricks, and Marguerite He cardo, who slta tlk« T>antel of old. unterrlfled. In a d<-n of Hons and fixers. are two of the hetdllneni of the Hella-Kioto circus Both yntin* women are very oomely, and MN away Cram their pete of the suwdust rlni. are as modest and shrinking a pair of maidens aa on« mlaht find anywhere In Seattle. Reserved seats for the show are on sale at Gates' Jewelry store. BIG TREE ROOTS CLOSE SEWERS MONROVIA. Cal . June »— Slnoe the board of truatee* of Monrovia h*a been facing the problem of pre venting the destruction of a $160.- 000 *ew«rage system by euoalypttia root*, a number of suggestion* have been offered for combatting the foe. While at flrat It waa thought that about 400 tree* would bava to be deatroyed In various section* of the city. It Is now believed that this can be avoided by the appli cation of crude oil to the pipes and saturating the *01l for a short dl»- anre around them. A number of clogged sewer mains have been examined by the streets and sewer committee, which devel oped the fact that the destruction win caused by the amall fibrous root* of the eucalyptus trees. ASKS DIVORCE FROM PLUNGER BAN FRANCISCO, June 9— Mrs. Mabel Hopkins Qulnn, grand daughter of Mark Hopkins, Into pio neer millionaire, has filed suit for divorce In the superior court here against Charles J. Qulnn. She charges extreme cruelty. The marriage of the beautiful Mabel Hopkins to Qulnn, a racing man from Louisville. Ky., ten year* ago, was a *ensatlon In *oclety cir cles Two years ago Mrs. Qulnn return >ed to San Francisco with her little girl and endeavored to keep her presence here from the public. At | that time It was known that she would seek a separation. END POTIATCH? CAN'T TELL YET While tho Impression has been widespread that, the Potlatcli carni val wan to be suspended In 1914 and 1916, and Seattle boosters were to apply themselves toward secur ing as many conventions as pos slble, tho carnival association Itself has taken no action to suspend the annual fete at any time. The matter will. In fact, remain undecided until the annual meeting of the association In October, and a letter hw been prepared to tl e civic bodies and the general public mak ing this situation plain. STEPHEN D SMITH, who was a nurse at the time of the battle of Oettyslyiri;, but Vvho engaged In the battle as.a frr-o IhUee, vl!| male, the.trip to the nil-"' •utPiinUl cel ebration hi 1. 11 I'mrc, with ths US v"tfr»o* from ,Ibtr ali.u. SCATTLC JUNE SALE Or WMITE fExposition of Summer Waists and k a,c °f Migh-Grade Wash Fabrics //, \ Thousands of Yards of fascinating Laces and f >&\' A Embroideries at Half Price in This Sale 9IM $4 ' 79 WM,TE DRESSES > VALUES to $12 ml llr'llf Makeis Are Clearing Their Summer Stocks and Preparing for Fall !11 Ipi/I' Business—They Offered Them to Us at Our Own Price A 11 It'jll Many of them are Irs*, than half tlirir real value. Materials are fine India I.inons, Dirn dl J UII ities, Organdies and Swisses, beautifully trimmed in fine laces and embroidery, made BI IR3 II w ' , ' ) ' ow net ~k an '' y* B 'ceve«, slightly mussed, 7Q I II but all are noted for their unusual prettiness. Choice J <f if $4 ladi«S' ff 0 Qfi Dressei" $6.98 . . 79c aISI I Skirts • • t Hedford Cords, Serge, Hen- New low-neck White Lawn Waists, •I J Awjj Made of all-wool serpe, high or low neck, with fi-lengtli sleeves, trimmed I ' ' trimmed with plain silks or in fine Valenciennes laces, also in M< * n,u ). an > satins; many have Bulgar- white and colored embroideries. §1 brown and black, for j an collars and cuffs. Something very new and specially NUI&UM. J une OHQ ( >n QQ priced for " ; *' r June Sale £ 15c Pillow Slips, 42x36, Hemmed, 9c 75c Sheets, 72x99, Each 48c 50c German Eiderdown, double faced, 27 in. wide, best colors and choicest pattern*; for kimonos, bath rohe# and baby blankets, a yd., QRp special WWW $1.25 Bed Spreads, double size, good weight, wet woven; will not shrink Specially priced QQp for June sale slOu $1.25 White Cur tain.s, 2' j yards long by 45 inches wide; f> splen did patterns to choose i' - 69c $1.50 White Cotton Blan kets, si*e 64x80, with clever borders of pink and blue. Specially rSf 98c Groceries 10 Bars Ooofl OKf* laundry Soap tJw 10c . «ns Early Juos O- I'eas. a can OV Imported Sardines, Q. Id pur* olive oil WW Open Every Saturday Night Until 10 P. M. — Next to That 42 Story Building "Thel "The Burglar Who Robbed Death" opened at the Yealer today. The burglar I* a broken down doo tor, and find* while following hi* new railing of burglar thst his professional services are greatly needed by a child. Ho he who had broken In to steal remains to cure. The picture 1* fairly acted and clearly photographed, and will be reaaonshly popular. It Is written by Rartlett and produced by I,era Parker. Kathlyn William* plays the mother of the child and Harold Lockwood the doctor. • • • Mr*. Arthur H. Brush, the popu lar singer at the Clemmer, com plete* her engagement this week. She leaves for Portland Friday • • • At ths City Until Wednesday. 'Ills Mother'* Hope," "Red Eagle, the lawyer," "A Freight Train," "Mlchsel McShane, Match- Maker," "The Forest of Fountaln blcau." • * • At the Home Until Wednesdsy. "The Marble Heart," two reel*; "Half Orphan*," Oaumont Weekly." • • • At the Olympian Tonight. "The Stenographer's Troubles," "The Missing lionds," "The Doc tor's Photograph, "The Miser." * * * At the Ye»ler Until Wedne*d*y. "Tho Veil of Sleep," "The Wan derer,'' "The Burglar Who Robbed Death." "Seeing Double." "Jean and ller Family." • • • At the Grand Until Wedne*day. "When the leopard laughed," "Runa and the Rlack Hand," "Miss Mischief," • • • At the Melbourne Until Wednesday. "A True Believer," two parts; i "The Runaway." "Passions. Ho Had Three," "Help! Hydrophobia" • • ♦ At the Circuit Until Wednesday. "The Hopes of Belinda." "Ashes of Three," "Light That Kills." . • * * At the Society Until Wedneiday. "The Allen." "Welded Friend ship," "Hatching Chicken*," "Ret rlbutloa," "Blngley Mends the Cloc!;." • . • • « At the Ct» • A Until Aeon* o.y. "Tiie Tr.■: ?uy of Big »•' .10 —Two Big Stores Noted for Low Prices— Out of the Miich-Priced OlNtrlct Millinery Specials Tgl 82 WWtt . ,UtfM 79c *JZ/ $100 Ri e White QQp Untrimmed Straws, each Jul# 50c Black or White 33c 50c Garden Q — Hats JU f\V\\ 5212?. c " de ... $4.98 *V. c™r. e4 ..:.....55.98 k 1 j WHITE WASH GOODS Leading Fabrics at Lowest Prices lltye India Unons, ft 1 f» ! 25c Piques: Isrfe or 4Q. * yard U3w medium welt, yard .... 1 wb 15c India I.lnons, 1 Hi* s yard IUC j 9c Ix>nfcloth, soft 4) - 25c India Unons, 1 Q2_ chamois finish, a yard IIC a yard I O3C 15c Pique* or Bedford Irt*» * 6c Rtcquet Cloth, 10<* Corda, yard IUC 1 a yard IJC AT THE THEATRES THIS WEEK. Moor* —Dark. Metropolitan—"Fine Feathers." Seattle —"The Regeneration." Orpheum —Vaudeville. Empreee—Vaudeville. Pantagee —Vaudeville. Qrand—Vaudeville and motion picture*. Clemmer — Photoplay* and vaudeville. Melbourne — Photoplay* and vaudeville. Alhambra — Photoplays and vaudeville. Mlna," two reels; 'If Dreams Come True," "While John Bolt Sleep*." One Cant Always Tell." • e • At the Dream Until Wednesday. "The Accusing Hand." two reals," "When Women Are Police," "A Timely Interruption," "Percy"* Wooing." see At the Alhambr* Until Thursday. "Why Men llate." • • • At the Clemmer Until Wedne*d*y. "What the Oood Rook Taught," "Slippery Jim Repent*," "Just Kid*," "Path* Weekly," "Mercy Maverick." Why, Frances! How Could You? PORTLAND, June 9.-When Mrs. France* Smith got to talking about clothes on the witness stand, In her suit against a tailor, two lawyers, a bailiff, and even the court could not stop her until sh.i had told many feminine secrets. ACTRESS LEAPS FROM AUTO, DIES SAN BERNARDINO, June 9.— Kittle Howe, an actress of Los An geles, appearing In a Han Bernar dino theatre, died today of Injuries received when alio leaped from an automobile during n drive along a mountain road near here with a party of friends. When the ma chine struck a rock and skidded, Miss Howe, fearing It might over turn. leaped from the tonneau over an embankment. Her skull was fractured. MILLIONAIRE ILL AFTER HOTEL FIRE SANTA BARBARA, Cal., June 9.—M110 M. Potter, mil lionaire owner of the Potter hotel Here, which was dsmirjcd by ft re s.jrly toOay, te 1 priou"ly Ml, following a colUp r *tt*Wd »'iV to ttit lire. Two 011y.i1 it > *<-( at hhj b»eslris SEATTLE MISS PUNCHES CUIDE SAN FRANCISCO. June 9.—Nev er fall for the lonely girl *tory, even If It comes from a "chicken." This advice was given his friends here today by Richard Eclalre, bet ter known as "Chocolate." He met Miss Lucille Mundorff, of Seattle, Portland, Tacoma, Los Angeles, Oakland, and various other places, who said she was "some lonesome." Eclalre volunteered to (how her the town when *he turned over $25 for expenses He hired an automo bile, but daylight found Miss Mun dorff *tlll lonesome. She demanded her money back. When "Chocolate" hesitated, she blacked hi* eye with a handbag Lucille then haled Bclalre Into court, but told Judge Conlan she would not proiecute, because "*he had perked up *ome." RECOGNIZES VOICE AFTER 22 YEARS VANCOUVER, Wash.. June 9.— The ability of Fred I/ester, recently stricken blind, to recognlxe a man by his voice, which he had not heard for twenty-two years, wa* demon strated here Having lived in the city for so many years, Mr. liCster goes about by the use of a cane. Hl* eyes look normal. When standing at Fifth and Main sts. he wa* addressed by G. W. Holder, who had come to Van couver for a short visit after being away 23 years. He asked Mr. Les ter If the car went past a certain point, and when Mr. Lester had an swered the question, he added: "And, Mr. Holder, I am pleased to greet you." It was not until then that Mr. Holder recognlxed 111* friend of long ago. LIFE MEMBERSHIP FOR EAGLE HUSTLER Ruben Walden, the Inside guard of Seattle Aerie No. 1 Fraternal Or dor of Eagles, has been presented with a llfo membership In the mother aerie of the Eagles as a re ward for having secured 76 candi dates In the past year. Walden has the honor of being the first member of the home aerie to secure this coveted prize. He won It after a spirited contest in which 200 members participated, a contest that added 600 new meni herr to the rolls of the first aerie In K.igliftom !»nd forn'd the aerie 11 to tite first nlsce iu member -hip in in entire or.i b\,vine Di" ". .0>» Di'imherr. TACOMA AGENTS TOW \ STANDARD PATTERNS J Ladies' Lisle-Finish Sleeveless Vests 11c Ladies' White Wash Belts Go at 9c $1.50 Leather Hand Bags 87c JUNE SALE of GLOVES Fownei Glove*—That's All You Want to Know. Klbow length, standard nlllc, double-tipped 16-button Glovwa June special, flQf* a pair 00C Two-Clasp, White Silk Glrrves, double-tipped, eipertly wlzed and Inspected, standard «llk. smooth lines. June 11. special, a pair "rl C White Elbow-length L.lsle Gloves. a pair «ff C Two-clasp White Msle or Chamolsette Gloves, priced for June special, QCa a pair <JuC Groceries 10c package Gloss OC«* Starch, 7c; 4 for ...twb L*rge package 1 7_ Pearllne II / C 10c package Corn Flakes, 2 for IDC Dane© at Dreamland tonight. ••• il Until Stpttmbw *0^ FROM SEATTLE, Art *ii **MM kmw ham* NefflWMt ™ < ~ 'MUUW CMcag0TT.............1 72.50 ouiuth .v.-vaw.. .& co.oo Minneapolis j 90.00 Montreal ; 105.00 Nsw York ' 108.50 Philadelphia 108.50 Pittsburgh * 91.50 St. Paul, Minn. ~» '60.00 • leu* City, lowa 1 90.00 Toronto, Ont, <92.00 Washington .107.50 Winnipeg k 90.00 Omaha, Council Bluffs,'.A- ■ s Kanaaa City and St. JosepMSO.OO Proportionately reduced fares to Many Othor Points In tba East. Return may be made through California at slightly higher fares. N Oolng Limit 15 Days. ► < fllll RETURN LIMIT OCTOBFR SI, 1119 Liberal stopover privileges and choice of diverse routee offered. TWO ALL-STEEL TRAINS I jL tO THC MIT DAILY ' >"Th« Olympian"* THt PINCIT TRAIN URNI TNI CONTINENT v , aud 4 "The Columbian" ■nwiliin twiw "•*"* Haviuui wmw ■UWIQTO CMPtOTEt *» > HI T«I »«r UftoM TNI OOHTWMT For additional'lnformation're far ding fares, routes, sleeping car reservations, etc. call on or address - A. P. OHAPMAN, JR.., Oen'l Agent Passenger Dept. 3. L CRIBWELU City Pass. Agt, CHICA6o\ MILWAUKEE t ST." PAUL RAILWAY j Sst'fr.d sod Ciis»e» I »»«••!«