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ENGLAND GUARDS AGAINST DISORDERS AT FUNERAL OF DEAD SUFFRAGE!
PLAN GREAT
CEREMONIES
FOR MARTYR
I»T I'li iM I'ltK I •<-.! \Vll«
LONDON. June 9 - Scotland yard
today li conaidering prohibiting a
big public funeral which th* mili
tant euffragettea are arranging for
Mlaa Emily Davlaon, who died after
graaplng the bridle of King Oeorge'a
entry. Anmer. In the Derby.
It la feared that isrnvp dlaordera
ma* accompany the tmrlal of Mla»
IfftvUop, whom the suffragette
rank* regard as their flrat martyr.
The flag over the auffranette head
quarter* nt hnlf ma»: today.
The trial* of seven suffragette*,
arrested tn the police raid on their
headquarters began here toda*
Mra, Flora Drummond who la crit
icallv 111. waa absent All the de
fendanta wore aleevehiind* ' crepe j
in mourning (or Mlaa IVivlaon
YOUNG HEIRESS ELOPES;
FINDS HUSBAND IS THIEF
PHILADELPHIA. IV. June 9
(Special* The romantic elope
ment of Edyth Mae Howe, the I.V
year-old daughter o( laniard II
Howe, a wealthy railroad man of
Maiden. Mass . reached a pathrtlc
climax here when detectives forced
the young man with whom she elop
ed to admit that he »m Karl Scott,
wanted In several New York cttles
cn the charge of stealing automo
Mies, and that he was not Lloyd
Williams. former captain of rnr
Exeter football trim and son of a
wealthy cattleman In Idaho.
After learning the Identity of the
young man with whom she eloped.
Miss Howe asserted that she loved
htm deaplte his record, and Just to
•how that her affection was as ar
dent as ever, she kissed him In
court, where he was arraigned on
the charge of stealing an
bile belonging to Mrs. Helen D
Clayton of Ardmore, P®
A Football Romance
The romance b-gan at an Exeter-
Williams football game, according
to the story told the detectives by
Bcott.
"1 met her afterward In Boston,
•ad as 1 had tome money Induced
PUT YOUR MONEY IN
PROSPEROUS TOWN
I Most remarkable opportunity of the year to !
become shareholder in company owning first
townsite on new Priest Rapids line of the Mil
waukee. overlooking the Columbia River; cen
ter of rich and rapidly growing district.
Payment now gives you stock interest: make
your business or residence selection later.
PRIEST RAPIDS
I The rapid settlement of the Priest Rapids 1
country, one of the most favored regions in all j
the West, and the completion of the Priest |
Rapids railway line, have necessitated the crea- j
tion of a new town
We have selected the most advantageous 10-1
cation possible, sightly yet sheltered, and have
laid out a townsite plat modeled upon the most;
approved modern lines, with the Milwaukee:
passing through its renter. We have put prices •
surpassingly low upon both business and resi
dence lots.
We want you to come with us and have
a share in the building of Priest Rapids into
a prosperous, progressive little city, situated in
almost the exact geographical center of the
state, in the midst of a land producing extra
ordinarily fine fruit and five full crops of al
falfa a year.
Special Bonus to First Purchasers
WE WANT BOOSTERS interested in the
success of PRIEST RAPIDS, and an a special
inducement we will give as a bonus to first pur
chasers an interest in PRIhS'I RAPIDS
TOWNSITE COMPANY covering ca*h pay
ment up to one-half the price of lots purchased
This means that you will actually secure LOTS
AT HALF PRICE, and share in advance in
value of all property of the company.
This is an exceptional proposition, and gives
you a double opportunity for profit.
Make your first payment now while the bonus
offer holds and protect yourself on a first selec
tion. Fully paid stock certificate will be for
warded immediately on receipt of payment, to
gether with a receipt for applying the amount
of such payment on any lots you may select.
Please Mail Us This Coupon
I would like to know morn about Priest Kaplds
and bonus to flrat purehaaera.
Name
I Add rasa ~..
Priest Rapids Townsite
Company
"M.S Henry Kuiltitif;, x>*tri'.
Phone—LlLiott 2510 <
That Baffling' Riddle Had a Simple Little Answer After All
her to rlo|Mv We went to New
York first and llvrd In a $*> a day
room at a swell hotel and saw all
of the shows on llroadway, When
the money ran low we went to
Trenton. N J , ard I spent our last
nickel for a loaf of bread, which I
gave to Edyth."
Howe and his wife followed the
couple here from lloston and had
almost decided to torglre the Irn
petuous young Ctrl when the young
man br Ue down and confessed his
Identity.
OPEN OFFICE FOR
ALASKA RAILROAD
J E Dempsey of Chicago, for
merly with the Chicago A North
western, has arrived In Seattle to
take charge of (he traffic depart
ment of the White Pass * Yukon
railroad, making Seattle thi head
quarters for Ihe pasaengar and
freight business Offices will be
established at <112 Second av
WASHINGTON June 9 -A call'
for the statement of all national
banks at the close of business Jun
-4 waa Issued today by th« romp :
troller of the currency
Boys, How'd You LiketoGet Cute
Bride Like This, Then Have Her
Grandpa Hand Her $1,000,000 ?
MR. AND MRS. BTDNICT L. BERQ
Did Adolphtis nusch, lha multl millionaire Hi I,ouli brawar. fir#
bla Chicago granddaughter. who waa Mlaa Dorothy Magnua, and who
now la Mr* Barf. * cheek for 11.00e.000 aa a wedding praaant* Tha
bride wouldn't lat tha gueata at tha wadding aa# tha check. but tbey
left satlafled that thara wara aa»an flguraa on It.
BOYS GO TO SEA
IN CANOE; LOST
SANTA CRI'Z. Cal , Juna • —
Hopa I* abandoned hare today for
tha aafaty of l.lale llltrblnga and
Earl Boyd, sged 17, an<l Geo. Dor
land. 18. who. It la ballarad. par
t*had Hatnrdar night whtla rowing
a mil* from ahore In a 12 foot ranvaa
canoe Whan evening camo and
thay did not ralnrn, a general alarm
waa aoundad and launchaa from
Santa Crur and Capltola awapt tha
bay without finding any trace of
their whereabouts
SEATTLE BASE OF
WHITE SLAVE WAR
Seattle haa baan daalgnatad aa
the legfll haadqnartara for the In
tarnatlonal Anti-White Slave naao
elation, and Charles A Enslow,
with office* In the I'lonaar budd
ing. haa be«n named general rotin
ae|. Enalow waa formarly aaalat
ant I'tiltad States naturalization
axamlnar.
The headquarters of tha aaaoHa
tlon la at Denver, Colo, and Its of
flrara and executive committee rap
reaent tha antlra Weat. Tha aa
aoclaUon alma to aid tha govern
ments of both ('anada and tha fnlt
ad State* In tha prosecution of
white slavers.
mayor accepts
GIFT FROM EAGLES
Even tha rain couldn't dampen
tha enthusiasm of a big crowd of
Eagles and thalr frlanda who gath
a red at Woodland park Sunday to
wlttleaa tha presentation of one of
tha largest bald aaglea aver brought
from Alaaka to the city. The eagle
waa captured by Peter Nelaon, mem
ber of aerie No I of Sanltle, F. I). E.
It waa presented to the Euglea In
hla behalf by C E. Calhoun, a..d by
I'aat State Worthy President IJn
i coin I>avls to tha city. Mayor Cot
, terlll accepted it for tha park board.
EXONERATE DRIVER
William Such, tha driver of a
brewery waxon, under tha wheela
of which little Rosella Walton lost
her life FYldav, waa acquitted, fol
lowing the coroner's Inqueat Sat
urday. Thr<-« witnesses testified
that the girl ran under tha wagon
NKW YORK. —N Vork»r*
■blv«red to<i«y In i sfl * later
*>-•• • 11»' r Td< iii'itiiiiui'" r liov
orcxi nouuu ia i,»ro. •
KANSAS CALLS FOR
19,000 LABORERS
KANSAS CITY. June ♦—W L.
O'Brien, Kanaaa labor eommlaalon
er, haa lasuad a call for I>.ooo har
veat handa John Fltspatrlck.
Mlaaourl labor rommlaalonar. Is In
Kanaaa City today, making arrange
menta to co-operate with Kanaaa In
obtaining the needed harveat hands
Ettxpatrlck loaned orders to tbo
atate free employment buraaua In
Kanaaa City, St Joseph and St
I-oula to gat In tourh with men
willing to go to Kanaaa.
INCBNOIARV FINS AT KVKRKTT
EVERETT. Wash . Juna 9 - rire,
aald to bo of ln<endlary origin, de
atroynd tha J. Jacobaon Jewelry
and tnink atore here early today,
eaualng 112,000 damage.
LITTLE THINGS IN
DENTISTRY
The little things are very important in dental work and
right here we want you to know that for details our office
cannot he equaled. We pride ourselves on carefully looking
after everything important. I.et us demonstrate to you the
care you should have. Read our prices—they are important.
Amalgam filling
Tha beat grade »>f Amalgam l» ui»4
by ua The tooth la put In pro par con
dltlnn befora tha filling* arg pla.nl For 1
II or»
Gold Crowns, $4
To ofefain fond aervlra from n badly
decayed to*»tt». allow na to traat It. then
fill It and efterwarda crown It wllh
.tlold or Porcelain Crowns Tou will be
atirprlaed at tha quality of aurh a tooth
Bridgework, $4
If . -.nil ' i•• Me »f r n<'o
f ».ri , i . »r« Our
irt ii. ■ • ,ii »i »* h ®» •-*i u hnti
.1 ■ e I u tn «i ||i I . « f i i■* Ia m
. , ; -|.« 111 •• i '.Til- • f br.t
aervlcs L< u.i thn :u
LABOR HEN INCENSED AT
CHARGE BY MINE OWNERS
Kr i*f»»» wif#
CHAItI.KKTON, W Va , June S
l<abor leader* were greatly In
cenaed here today over the Indict
Ing of John I' Whll*, president of
tha t'nlted Mine Worker* of Atnet
lea; Vic* President K J Mayes and
17 offlclala and subordinates of
IMstrlct No. 17, of the miner*
union, for alleged violation of the
Sherman antl truat law
The Indictment* allege there l*
a con*plracy In restraint of trade
MILLION DOLLAR FIREMEN HEAD
FIDE IN MISSOORI OFF NC BLAZE
BPRINOKIKI.O, Mo. June »
Th* entire northweat aet lion of
Springfield waa awapt by fire early
('•day. caualng a financial lt>s* var
loualy estimated at from $700,000
to $1,000,000 before It waa brought
under control. Fanned by a high
wind, the flames spread rapidly,
and for a time threatened tha en
tlra city
The Spt Ingfleld Traction cow
pany and the Hell Telephone com
pany were heavy loners, their wires
being centered In th* public
*quar*. where the flam** ataried.
Th* aiuare waa awept t lean Th*
Haer I»ry Uooda company, tn whose
haaament tha fir* started. wai the
heaviest liia*r. tha loan being eatl
mated at $250,000.
MEMBER OF I. W. W.
STONED TO DEATH
Wtt<BON TRKKK. Waah , June 9
—An uaklonUflDd member of the
I W. W , who waa aton«nl to death
Saturday In a riot In the Great
Northern yarda. *u hurled here
today In the pottera' Held.
Coroner Mlekelaon found the
killing followed an attempt on the
part of acveral I. W W. leadera to
Indue* Italian laborera to quit
work.
Only an I W. W aon« »>ook and
a map of Waahlniston were found
on the dead man. who I* aald to
have been a rn'ratwr of a traveling
rommlttee of the order. No ar
reata were made.
GHOST IS ARRESTED
"(ihoeta rame the rry from the
bathroom of Mm. T H l.udwig.
Ml Second av W . and her brother.
T F Albee went to Inventlnat* the
i auae of a atrantce nolae In that vi
cinity.
Mitt Mm I.tidwl* and Albee wer»
from Mlaaourl. and now the "Khoat '
la at the rlty Jail The "ghotf en
terod the houac while Mr* l.udwlg
waa vlaltlng a neighbor,
LONO HKACH. Junw » Tatei
F.nglla. 70, la dead today, the 39th
victim of the collapae of the np
proach to the municipal auditorium
two week* ago. English wa* a retir
ed farm'r of Neopawa, Manitoba.
FullSetsTeeth,ssUp
Wi have thousand* of Heattle euilnm
era who will tell you that they
kniw thnt plilM roiild ha fitted n < per
fectly until they hud ua do the work
Any work that doaan't prove a»tl»far
tory will be repaired free of charge at
nny tlm*
(Com* In ROON—lodav If you wlah for
HKrKI flamination and eetlmate
12-Year Guarantee to All
Free Examination
OHIO rate
OEINTISTS»
*,•'>7 I »»•! 'i.'u I
| U.up J r«ot r«2'*tax*va C*.
| i.nd commerce between Ibe mine
workera and the coal operators of
I Western Pennsylvania, Ohio. Indl
una and Illinois against tha West'
! Virginia operator*
l.abor men declare the conviction
'of White and (be others would stop
interstate activity In organizing
!al>or The) do not expect convlc
however
(Sovertiment official* aay they In
trtid to demand an Immediate trial
White ln*l*t* the charges against j
j him am baaeiess.
There wer* plumo'l ha's and
pretty garment* to bum Hut the
fir* department halted the flam**
In a Jiff), and a big crowd failed
to reallte spectacular eipe< Ullnni
Sunday night when a blaxe «ai
dlMOvrrcd In tha Ballard building, j
lllHt* H«onil >v.
Th* fire started In th* New York
Sample Harment Co , on th* **cond
floor, and the ornok* filtered to th«
Hlark Cat theatre, which was
cleared tu a hurry when the fire
apparatus ram* up The building
«ai damaged about 1650 The
New York MUllnery Supply Co.,
also on the second floor, auaialned
a Inaa of about $500, while the gar
ment company lout about $250.
PORTLAND.—TUB crulaer Rt
lx>nla la anchored In the lower har
bor today aa an attraction to via-
Itora during the Hone Carnival this
week. The St. Ix>uls cam* here j
from Bremerton.
BUSH Sc LANE PT.AYFR PIANO.
BUSH & LANE PLAYER PIANO.
Don't Experiment With Experiments
Ihe Bush & I.ane Plavcr-Piano was created after many years of experience
with player mechanisms. The idea was not simply to create a player that was
mechanically trustworthy, but one that would be the equal in originality and
excellence of construction of the
Bush & Lane Piano
In the & Lane Plaver-Piano the high qualities are maintained that have
placed the Bush & Lane Piano among the highest grade pianos made.
We offer you an opportunity to visit our warerooms and become educated in the
highest type of Player-Piano construction.
WHOLESALE—RETAIL
IX fl O I i\ # /■> Seattle SloiX
(j|)Bush I lane Piano Co.y§J ;
City Tackles Another Mammoth Job
in Making Its Face Over to Suit Itself
Oo« of th<- bluseat fill* undertaken My Kca'ile or any other
rliy in the way of ntr«*«!t improvements will be b<-Kun shortly wh»-n
Holt A Jeffrey. contractors, will fill some 50 block h slornr the Ha: -rd
wuti-r front In two Improvement dl*trlct» known ah Hbilsbole and
Ninth av N. W. Over 1,000,000 cubic yard* of earth will be uae4
to brlnK thin area up to *treet jrrade, the total cost of which will be
approximately |2fi7,11fl
PORMEN«°WOMm
■ The easy way for men and women to buy ■
■ their clothing is the Eastern-credit-way. This ■
I is the credit establishment that has grown I
I great by trusting the people and selling them I
I the best merchandise money can buy, adding I
I nothing to the price for credit accommodation. I
I Small weekly or monthly payments may be I
ft made on your open account, so get what you I'
■ want in wearing apparel and have it charged. fl
B 1332-34 Second Ava.. Near Union St.
Words by Schnrfer
Music by Mac Donald

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