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lunch OR DINNER I % n»«. lljrM HrMi!. Muf riM, Cmk* mr rMlrv AM wfK'om# VI wii« *lo«n t»« vMiMnma fs>a>4 II mlMi wtttl CRESCENT BWHIrh R«m fall* •• rti§«> th* dough. N»fU§ l« Ike hi. but Ml dry CRESCENT MFO. CO.. Seattle. Wash. MAki money—learn MILLINERY Sl..<l*l Mctliorr -mm Ju »• II |*»il i*rm Couim Thorwi|h »n4 RtlliMc f*h«»ic* «tf ftrti or IAM K«i T«« •tftk* to lh«4M Wh«% Willi Ttll* ltd I wt rmrifi m\* mix*. Ladies' Suits Made to Order #, $25.00 and $28.00 • fit and wcrkmmshlp guaranteed. I Ladies' Tailor Suit Shop IS*-t«# L»me»f gmr >.•#(• nul.ll 9# AMUSEMENTS SEATTLE THEATRE Phone Main 49 Tonight—All Week THE REGENERATION POPULAR PRICE* Pantagcs Theatre Mailaee IW TwW KdMlr ALIIKV'S HAW AIIANS "Th# Police Inspector" 4—OTHER BIG ACTS—4 tOc and 20c i 3f7 OR. L. R. CLARK. O. D. 8 •The Real Cut Rate Dentist Banl'h the fear, if you hare held to the idea that it waa Impossible to do dental work without hurting >oi. Our Method baa revol«tton!i*d the oM-fa*hlon<-d tor*ure of thr dental chair People are dad to keap appointments here, for thejr know WK NEVKR HVRT A Blf. And aa to CfT RATK U«!*TTBT • *KT. »• hare rot It down to where -It honestly lwl»ngs. Jual think of [ getting a regular extra heavy $10 ' gold crown for $4. or a regular 910 rubber plate for IS Remember, we have cut a!) dental prices In two. A written guarantee given with all work. Regal Dental Office* Or. L. It Clark. Manager 1406 Third Av.. N. W. Cor. Unlaw NOTE—Bring This Ad Willi Yau Ordtr Vpur Summer Ice Wow -x Fuß Br 'if ■ — % W, | ~" 'i 'pX, rdn ! i•? «.▼?» Hfirv v» *Ii iik i • j i*• **>■ a J ia Ik/ VAMfvF '/ l i '• if ' y » // ' J •*"« 1 ■«■£>■■■»«■wmmm*—mmm-——__•——«—A "• """Tulr Ice Saves Its Cost in What It Saves HOT WEATHER QUICKLY SPOILS FOODS Ice keeps the milk ptire and sweet; the meat chilled; the vegetables crisp and the fruit fresh. Por Rates Phone Elliott 5560 Icc Delivery Company KLEIN'S SHOE HOSPITAL, 613 2nd Av. WE DON'T DESTROY THE COMPORT IN OUR REPAIRING "U. S. Government Inspected Meats" PACKING HOIM MARKEIS Meat Specials Tuesday UNION HELP—I* Ounces to the ppund. Lamb Chops 15c Corned Pigs Feet... .5c Leg of Lamb 15c' Pork Steaks .' 17c Choice Pot Roast. . .15c Fancy Bacon 20c 810 WHITE MARKET, Old Pflta Market • NYDOH-B MARKET, New Corner Market. your money returned if any saiai we make are not as represented LITTLE LAME GIRL CURED BY GREAT SURGEON OF EUROPE, NOW HAPPY PRINCESS OVER OWN BIG PRINCIPALITY; MISTRESS OF $2,000,000 HOUSE Staff Special. * 111.. Jim* 9 utile U>llla Armour ilo you re mem her her She a the daughter of J Upton Anuotir \nd be a Klna or Mml. < > rand re of Orgln ami Ktnperor of ltefrU«r*tlon Hut that Isnt what niakoa Ixillu famoua. Lotlta la th# little girl who waa born lame and never walked a s*'P until the great Or. Lorenf cam* from Vienna and worked a miracle with hie handa, putting her hip bone In the place whare nature had forgot to put It. Now eh., le wet) and atruug ami happy, a beautiful girl of I«, who Iltnpa ever a» little, but Uvea fr«-e from pain and full of th.< )ov of youth In the paradise her father haa made for her And thla *u turner ahe I* particularly hapr l-\>r ehe I* a prince*, ruling over her own principality and Mother Armour are in Kuropc, and In their abaenre this bright little !a#a. who but lately waa a helpl«-» cripple, la inanag Ing Melody J-arm. th* country of rti»* Armour*. out on |t»i* prai rle to the west of Kore*t To Know «hat that means you ahoukl aee Melody Farm' Many a roally. truly prlnccaa haa a far humbler principality Moat prince seea, too. haven't much to do hut wear their coronets Hut lit Me Mlaa Uillta baa a )ob on her hand* To *»*ln with, there# tbe place King l>nd.lv calls It )ust a country place" that he started to build for hta Utile girl when he »aa ao happy because the doctor cured her Hut ther. are ITuropeas klnga atyl queens who would be glad to trade their picayune palacea lor It 1 hey say that 18.000.000 went Into tbla beautiful while marble Villa And It doesn't look at all aa If It ever had anything to do with pork And It a all so lonely and rcetful and harmonliMi; In form uml color you can't help thinking that vou yourself would feol ut home there when the etrangetieaa wore off There are cool halls and corridors, and clean, white walks, and fountains playing, and green thing* growing, and Idg llhrariee and picture gallerlee, and mualo rooms, and dining roouie, and coneerva torlee, and cosy dene, and luxurious baths, ami dainty bedroomi with out end And I'rlnceae look# after It all and aee* that the eer\ anta keep everything In order. that the gucata are entertained, that the larder la stocked and the tradesman are paid Tbnt la but the beginning. Tor vou muat know that King Iladdy went Into the miracle bnalnea* himself whan l>r. Urnix got through He undertook to build Udtta's principality out of a swamp Nearly seven now acorn* of workmen bav.> tolled to rear outbuilding* and »i\» and terraooa and pergola* and pavlllona, to dredge slourh* for a\ovely winding lake full of Islands uml nwant. to make sunk/n gardrt\ and fish ponds and flower garden# and \r-gr table garden/ and grec.Vtou*ea, to plant shruba. orchards and forrat trees, to t>/\ld roads and bridge* and cottage, and to drain and cultl To Quit Job in 20th Year | Bacauso it ha* long been hi* Inten (ton not to remain pastor of one rkiirdi for over !0 year*. Row W A. Major. D. D. at the llethnuv I'res brtMino churrh, baa aamwnred that be will retire from Um psatorate of that rhurrh b.fow tb<> end of the yaar. \ R»r Malur I* one of th« beat i known pastor* In Seattle, and U I* | very likely he will remain here after resigning from (ba IW'hany churrh He way takw up the pastorate of an other rhurrh. or wilt enter some sort jof rellglou* work. Roy. Major war i paator at the Calvary I'raabyterlan 'church at t.lnwood. O, before com lie to Seattle VEGETABLE SILK UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY Looks Like Hlk. Coats Ono-Fourth 302 People's Sank BUg., Jnd a Mm kLettew ToXSrcrfhixx. Gtcy TO BLEACH A WHITE SWEATER l>ear Mlaa Uray: What wUI bleach or whiten a white wool Sweater (hat ha* turn»4 yellow by wa«hlnK. and what will keep It from ehHnktng? Youra for auco***, A RKAUKK. A.—lt la much batter to hava a whit* twaater dry clsined; you may do this yourself with powdered magnesia If It I* not too badly soiled. A sweater ahould not ba washed In hot water, as It both shrinks and turns It yellow. Wash In luke warm water and use wool soap; rlnee thor oughly In watar of the same temperature. To bleach, mac erate 'n peroxide, diluted with about fl*e times tte volume of water, and rendered percept ibly alkaline by the addition of ammonia, for from • to 10 hour*, with frequent stirring. Althoufh the color Is perma nently destroyed by the per oalde, the wool retains a slight /•How tinge, which may be maekatf by the addition af a little methyl violet. either In the bath, or separately after ward. After the wool haa been freed from the liquid, Ute bleaching le then completed by ekposure to the sunlight. AAE VOU l«*ar "Vl»» Ore* As you ».em to bo sn «nrjrr|opo<li* on nil ethical questions, I am asklu* you to help me otit fsm not used to the ways horn In the West sod sotnetinies mak« mistakes What I want to know is this: Is It proper for a youn* Klrl. say 18 or I#, to accept an Invltatiou from s young man I whom she knows to be perfectly moral ami coral tn every way to ko some distance away from home In the evenlnx to church, or out In tl»e afternoon without being ar compacted by hor mother' fX> you think It nice for a young i man in ask a youne laily to go with htm to the park or anywhere In the nftornoon. and then, because lie did not hare as nice n time as he expected, for him to tr<- • ■ coldly and say little mean, slight Inn 'Wnu** Don't you think It would be better for him to treat her the same, but not ask her to go j "vgaln If be did not wish her com pany any more? Please answer »hls soon, as I am anxious to know about going out i with this young man MISS E. X Y. A.—lf you know tho young man to bo porfsctly moral and nloo In avory rsspect, thsra la no harm In aecoptlng the Invi tation; but do you know? Are you positive beyond doubt that ha la a modal young man? If not. do not think of going a long way from homa In the avaning unlasa you are accom panied by your mother or an older friend. It la rude for a young man to make It plain to a girl he hae accompanied that ha haa not enjoyed himself. ' Certainly he should be polite to her and not aak her to go again If he finds no pleasure In har company. (•CAIN FROSTING Dear Miss Orey: Will you please tell me how to make Icing with powdered sugar? Kindly print at your earliest, convenience A YOUNO COOK. A.—White one egg. two tea spoons cold water, % cup con fectioner!' sugar, i/ 2 teaspoon vanilla or tablespoon lemon julca. Beat the white of frgg until atlff, add water and sugar; beat thoroughly, then add flavoring. Use more sugar, If needed. Spread with a broad-bladed knife. Dear Miss Orey: Will you kindly Inform me, through the columns, where I should wrlfo to get Infor mation regarding the Mothers' I Pension? • E. M 11. A.—Judge Frater, 100 Ninth a v., city., ' WOMAN'S I'AOB COAXING a beard I)car Mln* Orey: lam n young I man past 22, but look very yottng, | much to my rogTet 1 have no whiskers and people think nib about ' 17, and sometimes Jiave gui-Mscd me younfer. My features are young land my sU<- Is nliout that of any | 17-yonr old l>oy. I think, or rather know If I rould jrrow a heard It would liolp ni* In •a business way. looting so young handl> aps uie, so I will appreciate vote 1.000 acres of farm Inud It very mtirh If you rin tail 100 of something rikt>t away that v.til pro mote the growth of a beard U A. A.—Moat man would appre ciate what you deem a miefor tuna, and conaldar themselves lucky if thay did not have to bother about "a shave." Massage pura, unacented vat • aline well Into the thin each avanlng, at It la one of the beat known hair producera, and may be uaed without Injury to the akin. AT THE DANCE Itear Miss drey: What should a boy aay wbrii leaving hla partner at a dance. and what reply should th« iclrl make* Thanking you. N. A O. A. —It la customary for a gen tleman to remark, upon leaving hla partner, that he haa enjoyed the dance, or merely thank her. She may acknowledge aame by a bow. A MATRIMONIAL PROBLEM Ihmr Mus r.rtj: Will you kindly tell Oie »hat day of the week July 14. 190&. HepL It. IM". and July IT. IIU fell on? If a boy IS year* old roarrle" axalnst hla parents' will and haw children t>y thW utid wife, and she Iwni hlui. and be marries after he titmuiM at as*, la bla laat piar r!a*e legal * t an the children of hla first wlfi get any of hla property that the second wife haa helped save? Thanklnc >011 in advance. A KKM>KU. A.—Your flrat marriage la le gal until It I* Nt aalde by an nulment proceed Inge Your aecand marriage 1a not legal un leae the flrat haa bean canceled. At your death, the children by your flrat wife will Inhartt their ahare of their father** property. While you live thay cannot get anything unteaa they are under age and the court haa ordered that you support them and you refuae. July 24. 19M. fell on Monday; Sept. 16, lU7, on Thuraday; July 17, IMX on Tueaday. SHIRKING DUTY IVax Mian (Jrey: I will thnnk you for your kind advlre lam a youug wife of IS, and have been married five mouths, but I aui very unhappy. My hunbaud works well, but three out of four plat es thev do not pay him, he says; but I cannot un derstand why they should not When I ask for an eiplanatloa, he will not answer. I have tried e*ery way to find out the reason He does not drtak or gamble, and I would be rarv nrnteful If you ean me how to ftnd ont If he H paid, and It would break my heart If I should find out If he (fives his money tn other women, when I need II so much. Jle denies It, If I men tlon such a thin*. AN UNHAPPY WIPB A.—Your huaband Is shirking Union Dentists (iold Inmni |A,M llrliii'-nnrk . |A M f>o 0«» M lllliNfi ........ fIOO nnd up Alloy I tiling* 91.00 Alitor I llllr»c« . . ,v>< I'ninlMi KiinM*(lo« Mh* W« offer you good. first • Inns <I*n tal work «t n modemfe prleo. tind would ilk* to h*v« you consult u« regarding the condition of ynut mouth Our eoneultlng »p«clelt»t hit* had vmti of oiperlonco. nnd hi" opinion of your condition will bo vol uahl* to you With the %li of flr«t rlM«« rn«f*rlMt it i.d » modorn e<|i»4pm*nt. we nr* nhlo to Mtvi you well. nnd toning 'Onfldinct In our ohhlty to produce lotting rooulU In Oil lmn> i><o «>f dentlMtry. we offer you o 16-yeor ItiArtniM All work done pelnUeely by mod ern eleotrlaol d< \ i<-ea investioatß ou* easy ' PAVMONT PLAN. Finmlnotlon free. Off!r» hour*. 9 to «, evening* by appointment. Sun <l»ye, 9 to I*p rn. • Union. Dentists f.AUY •ATTKNIMNTII Wo ore permanently looot*«d on corner I'lke or «1 Third, with en trance HO6V4 I'lke St., over Owl Drug Co I.Ot.ITA AllMOt'K hla dutlaa aa a married man, and yau are entitled to an ex planation. I advlae you to go quietly to hla employera and tell them your atory: If he I* not being paid thay will be apt to tall you the reaeon. NATIONAL HOLIDAYS liear Mlaa Grey: Here 1 cotne to bother you with a question. In (here a nntluoal holiday In the t'nlted States, and, If no. what day In It? We have had an awful argument over It. and tbey tell me there In not Now, why Isn't the K>mrth of July a national holiday? If It Isn't, think conjrreM had better set busy, don't you* AN ARDUOt'H REAIMCR A.—Aa yet. na law haa been enacted by congraaa whereby the atataa are compelled to rac ognlie July 4th aa a holiday: however, the leglalaturea of all the atataa have made It a legal holiday. In reality, we have no nation al holiday; Thankaglvlng Is mad* a national holiday each year by the proclamation of the proaldent. SAItI.T *TK MARIS. Mich, June !>.—An armed |K»aae la seek In* today loaeph Tovens. who fa [tally stabbed Alfred Rcrlbuer and * killed Iteputy Sheriff Jaa flutton The fugitive la heavily armed and • battle In expected One of Our Best Buyers Mpende m l*rfaiM Kerh Year foe Choir* r»rjflr C'nMl rr.eduft* Llfll Per I fir foeef grooer *. and loyal I p* "f the C*c»ejit g«n«r» :> »||| >.»• in I® fn»* the! the Notion*! file r«l| C tuMny the lst,Mt iKshtng con cer« m the world. ho>a h»ndr*de of (h«MiMsnd* of duller*' wotlh >-t l'm-tflr ' v »«et grr>»u guppltea annua ly bla may ha a real aurj»r*»« to many pe« pie who have tb ,gl»t /.f the NalJ >ial f*«>fnf>ant aa an F!aet»rn »ntar p.leo Unlet* !la autapUaa aad '.ak(n«r Ite fc!e<-ult. <-alt«a and ih«ro Tbia. In.praaeion la arroneouf «« the ft«reg«» Ing fhdrfa prma The *ruth of matter U that the Vatlona! H«*.-itlt f"»mn«nr haa a national ecepe » r d be* many mapimatf i>aker|#>* |<krated |n fha r|t|ae of the ri.nnlry - \Wat ami K»M — eMr| are fha gr*at dlatrlHatlnr cen t»ra Trutn t haaa m>d«l iMUtarira g» f rrh to avarr Ht> t<nrn. ard vil lag* tha fraah para an-'. !eltrtoua N 11 <*" product#, in the wall kiu<«n moiaure pr»w>f package, and Ihe fatnoaa glaaa frtsni oan With trfd«ai>re«d dtetrlHation. end with almc.at lnnai<*ulaMe ea>ea. «aa ean readily ragllae that tr»na t-»n* :Of Qh'f|a*ii hMlflo foaet pfWltsoif if* |nera**ary aarh r*ar ea lngre.lianta r»gly the gUMIi PfrtMl ft •>' t t.ar l \»n*> I yard and ftaid ar* tiaed by flita 1 hgkar Arrtipulmie rara la aiarriead In |Ch# ealactlon without r»ger<i in cat it Ila aafa to aa> thai no prtiduver of fond, either In thla or an > mv>\ thoroughly and rone>)an*|otiaiY* a»»1««rtB malertala and pradur te In all fha eaarettet* necaaeary to inaur# whole •rtmaneae. and anaaa. then the National Hla utt Obmpany it le g--i»d t«i tafi titat a' |MM manufacturer shn a«|2a t.. us la ;•>•!. and buyf large qtianitla* >-f anppflra from ua Thfa la real raciprorfty, and tanda to promote hind faallnga Although T'naada Uierult. NeMaro Sugar Wafere ard tha menv other rrca tione nf t| • ngl 11 . • era alraady Immanadlr i>opular on the t'oaal. the ltnowlsMigp> thet th<» comp»n\ la A heavy haver of fV|at pradurte will ru> doubt tend toaar la et an pop alarlty -From ftaaltla Trade liegtatrr I The Most Convenient Spot ! for most of the prople of j Seattle will h* the place i where you will always find this bank Just now j! it is at Third and Tike j St. In a few years it will ] be at Fourth and Pine. i The rate makes it ea>y for you to save.: 41/2% Interest The Bank for Savings ! ; Cor. Third Av. and Pike St. New York's Underworld to be Shown in "The Regeneration" at the Seattle Theatre This Week The most important dramatic production which Seattle has seen in many a flay is coming to Seattle and to the Seattle Theatre. It is "The Regeneration," a play by Owen Kildare, and this is the first time it has been presented in this city at popular priccs "The Regeneration" shows New York's famous underworld, its brutality, its crime. But it also shows what one woman can do to make the world better. As a melodrama, from the standpoint of the commission and detection of supposed crime, it keep* up a lively interest during the first two acts, and after that, when the finish has become obvious and a mere matter of working out in detail, the play grows even better by becoming deeply analytical of real human nature Simple, unaffected emotion, life as it really is, is the hardest thing in the world to write, but the author has written very close to it in his character drawing. They appeal to you as people whom you hear of every day. THE MARKETS •, h« following era the average prloea paid by local eomniMim mer«-hante fo •ha prodncera and pri• *a paid by the rt teller !«• tha Tha prlraa i-a •<*. the far-mere row# under 'buying " and the •*.»rn paid by the retailer under Mlllnf prl» e " Prlc»« In all rt#M era «nbl»<-i to t«rtn(lon »rrordlnf «o rrMhttiM and g*t>«»rei but prWa nnleea other <* !** indU tt *<« ara ftr atrlrtly flrat |r»4)M !'«#• rnnrh . . I*4} f! frail—4Milag Frlr« Applee 19 a ? 09 V/fenr|a t rti«f « 00 Vatala ...... 4 «ny 4 71 MNrt»-4flllac prlrt I *m<"i« 7 Oft 1} • '.ft i'*httrha 10 lube Wo I if leMfta Mo I, full rill . ... ..17 <N»a Mn 1 ,u Hind*. »t»«r . UVfr F'-re ateer .11 H Hound* n S •»a titnt»*. fmh ,14 l.l*»r •#? IWiat .04 Hut t«t» — £«*• .I>H •V. |her• MS »■">!> .un n if veal fanrr medium wx .. im mh ,V»a! larga 16 0 .11 IN.ft - r>r«o»d h «• .14 jTtiiiuned 1?H : lain p«»rk S« > .4h -alder* .14 1 rit i • feel •<*. Mpare rIN .HH r fk eeueece .14 I Ivef .11 | .'•»* .11 Tube .11 Hroolird Mm!»— ArUlng V*rlre. Htm« .l*H P»4 on ll# 14 no!>d hem ?T Ot tengu«» eirh .fj Drt»d If I'nvhry. !«r il—Oaring Prlr*. H|»rlng hr<»l!ef« V * •* | Men* If fwrhrvi live . 11 Old durke .11 f!mt*t'-r« 11 r* .If M(»ritkg ilurkllnr* If 11 Hjuahe ... ? 50 Wgefible*—Melllng Trtre. Lorel rhuberb . I.emi 4 « '0 Onion# lb ff\ N © e; r- t.itoe«, ton 14.000 if C«rr»t» lo« f*l 71 I.m-if | 1 fO T irnlf* 1 ?S C.»uJl(J'»erer rrat# 2 if Cnu)m>'«fi .In* I SI H .fb..u*e 1#• 11 tir # rriile . I.?' f> 1 f.O ] *1 mpi> irngu* !•"* . 1 l.f» Hoed lrtluin erfl* ... 3.? l Celery. gt'"n t»p. cfAle f.fO I'ffd, HfMlng Prlre F.n«t»rn Washington tim rythy :i oflff * 00 ruget enund timothy .... 14 00 \ Ifelfi* 14 of Whogf hgy 17 Oflff 1« 00 Hi an ?6 M«: 7 00 nb<-rt« '» 00 U hot* rnrn I? 000.t1.00 4'rarked corn . 31.00 V .Idling* 34 00 ftn|i»d oelf end berley mixed IS 00 HARVARD senior commit TKK announces that taneos and trots will not be barred at the an nual dance. Slop Ihnt toothache. ir»c But ler's l.lqiild Tooth Killer. Hut lor Drug Co., Knatlle. Odeon Theatre iimt. nrr riKR AJtt> v\ios* l-n fr.R or CIVIMZATfOX. fc^rWona r«m«*4ly M IIARKKU I BOM THK M.VYV*. Scenic Cafe Our m«&U ara at»*olut««ljr *«*•! tha market® •r ord. and our Mrrtr* li Wi hf* *•»»- gngvd thm highest rlia vaudavllla *ntarlaln«ra of tho rtnga In Raattio I'ItOORAM Ml«a »•!!• Manning ... Unprnno Mim Yfalan Vatl Com ad lan Ml-- Frannaa Or*r—. . . Lrrle Soprano Mr PIMM Mfl«nian.. .. Violin Wondtr \Vliinlfr«d Dolly. Plnnlit J. A. PI ulna .Floor Mgr *C*NIC fAFR Mo* Viral Ara. i MII TI:. Mgr Scenically, "Thr Regeneration" will reveal one of tlie most elaborate ami picturesque series of stage settings ever presented on this stage. Special attention is called to the first art showing "Chicory Hall," a hiding placc for toughs on the Howery, New York. "The Regeneration" will open tonight Th« price will be 25c for any seat in the house, but it will be well to go some other night, for the demand for seats is very great, and the home was sold out before noon. How ever, "The Regeneration" runs all week, with special matinees 011 Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. The evening prices are 50c for the best seats in the house, and 30c for the balcony. 20c for the gallery. These price* are possible by reason of the fact that the Seattle Theatre is independent—the only one in Seattle which is not tinker the domination of the Theatrical Syndicate of New York City. It is expected that "The Regeneration" will fill the fine old Seattle Theatre at Third and Cherry street at every performance this week. THOUSANDS ATTEND FORMAL OPENING OF LUNA PARK I.una Hark opened for th» sum mer, and In spite of the Inclement weather, several thousand people were on hand to take part In th« festivities. . IMrastro's famous band mudered a well-chosen program, which made a hit with the crowd. From 3 o'clock till 11:30 every attraction was taxed to Its capacity. Man Interesting Values in Dependable Furniture $30 Oak Dresser $16.85 A beautiful Dresser, similar to picture, but has wood knobs instead of brass pulls; built of selected quarter-sawed oak in the popular golden finish, lias two full-length drawers and two divided drawers. Large beveled French plate mirror. A remarkable value at the special price, 916.85. Buy a Herrick Refrig- (t Ar> erator this week on \ I the easy terms .... n|/ I Weekly sth and Pike < In the Heart of f^TEag In the Heart of Town Town after I.abb promise* that there will be something new in the war of fro* attraction* every week. A lance canvas canopy ta front of the band itand affords shelter la case of rain. Olcastro's Royal Military band The World's Recognized Talent In Concert S p. m.—Dally—B p. m. Admission Free GROTC. RANKIN'S $25.00 Solid Oak Library Table $14.95 P $14.95 is a nighty small price to pay for a solid, quar ter-sawed oak Library Table of this quality. Has large under shelf for books and magasinea and is unusually well finished throughout. Specif for the week at *14.05.