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JUNE BRIDE DAY
AT THE BON MARCHE S JUNE SALE OF WHITE
Special Sales of Wedding Gifts and Wedding Outfits
A SPECIAL SALE OF
/£& X WEDDING DRESSES
( cflvv 1
BRIDAL GOWNS OF
i„j.ne , I SATIN CHARMEUSE
I / AND CREPE METEOR
\ J&JT /- at $36i# -
/ Gowns for the June bride; models
\ ,at ' n charmeuse, with yoke* and
\t iI V\ j y cuffs of Point d'Esprit, shadow lace
M K J bodice and sleeves inlaid with char
j ■»_»,f meuse and with double draped skirt
'm'ivo f caught up with large rosette and sash
wMt* Uuikra / it i Ik. «~>t hr i s of i repe mtttOT ami
la.l< < ..raru— ✓ '
t.ie»i i44iti«u «<» / shadow laoe h.irid" >melv emhroidered.
th • trou««»*u. X
apacial for linrt»'« Many othrra yat mora elahorata to ba
D«y M EA S *»»»■«I Kim*
*t ){i3u iikr M. *!<!• h *<t •* hlghar prlcas.
NICELY BOUND GIFT BOOKS
MAKE A CHARMING WEDDING PRESENT
Wr44lac Brill, Illus
trated by Franc** Brun
d whiu, fmboitfd
In silver poems from
th* different CA a
poeti 9Uv
WMdlaf Bella, with
white vellur.t binding,
with colored lllustra<
» $1.25
Tfcf IHdf'a lloak, of
whltt cloth, wtth beau
tiful Illustrations, sit*
:? n . 180hM :...11.25
Wedding Cakes for June Brides
We make a specialty o: Wedding Cakes. and
hare an expert cako decorator. Ordi>r* muat
b« Klrea on« day ahead. Prlcea moderate.
Complete line of cake ornament*
—Fourth Floor.
A PICTURE MAKES A NICE WEDDING GIFT
i9.K OIL PAINTINGS AT $4.98 EACH HSgBBBSK^
Handsome Imported English and Herman (Ml Patnttnc* In
choice subjects, framed tn doable sweep. fold burnished framea. at
Just half price Wednesday. Very appropriate w*ddlng gifts, worth ™ U2Mn|fl
|9.96 regularly, placed on sale ».t 14 98 each.
—Third Floer. ■HE3HHHNHIHBRBM
Me GIFT PICTURES 39e
Six erects In a growing girl's
life, framed In embossed white
enamel frumes; slse 7x9 Inches;
worth 60c each, for S9c Wednes
day. Make nice wedding gifts.
75c NATURE PICTURES s»e
Nature Print* In beautiful
subjects. with appropriate
verses, in size 9x14 inches;
framed In the brown Circassian
frames, at 69c each.
For Bride's Day—Special Sales of Cut Class and Silverware
Very Suitable for Wedding Gifts —In the Basement
THE BRIDE'S GOING-AWAY HAT
Latest and Most Fashlaa
able Hals lor Traveling
Going away Hat* for the brld» Modela of Milan bral<l».
hemp*. tagals. hair braid* and Panama*. Original dealgn*
and modified copies of French Model*, adorned In stunning
way» with moat stylish trimmings.
75c la $1.5# FLOWERS at
— 39c hunch —
Millinery niossoms, worth
76c to 11.50, including roues,
dalile*. sweet pea*, wlatarla,
lllae and many other* In a
fine showing, at 39c a bunch.
125 c Dress Percales 81c
Dreaa Perral**, 3* Inche*
wide and In lanrtha to 10
yard*. Light and dark atylea,
worth 12 He.
12Jc Galateas at 19c
2,000 yms*9 of Oataf**«. In
length* to 10 yards, full »>olta
In plain and figured «tyl««.
— Mnxrnienl.
WEDNESDAY'S GROCERY LIST
Atwaya full weight and juat meaiur* at thl*
•tore.
G«I4 Medal Floor, Waah
burn-Croaby'a brand, the
vary flneat Kaatern hard
wheat flour; 70r
24*4-lb. aacka ... I9lf
Freak dmraed WaaHlag
ton i reamery Halter,
the very beat quality,
for Wedneaday
No phone ordera. QOm
Pound OV6
Caaaed TomatoH, large
alze cana, Happy Home.
Reliance or Max- 1 I «
Imum, can
Chip Beef, aplendld
quality: all icovarnrri'-nt
Inapected; 50'f
pound . o£2v
Olager iaapa. , freah
from one of the laffreipt
bakertaa; 1 9 in
pound I fcl#
Freah Roasted Coffee,
Hfood quality; will make
a splendid cup 9 9*l*
priced, a pound L L2V
Refreakln* Rummer flrlnka at tke Kowntala «. Ila«emeat.
SMARCNE
VNIOIV WICCOMP AVR^i'F—PIKK UTRFPST
Tfcr nhllr *llk padded
WnlillMa Mel la, with sil
ver edges, colored, black
and white UlustratlonH
5™!!"... $2.50
l*hf \% rildlna slio
*illS Inches, of white
cloth embossed in (pM
and blue, with #4 C
*•>*l e4l*M # I s I %J
llH4r nMk. White with
hand painted c<>v#r and
embossed In fold; tied
with a bOW -.f f B*
white ribbon* l vV
— Mais fl»o*.
SS.H PICTURES 53.95 EA.
Hand Pastels, fine artists
work; size 14x2* Inches;
framed In 4 lnch gold burnished
frames with heavy ornamented
comers. line of subjects.
93.96.
$2.5# PICTURES SUS EA.
1(1x20 Etching pictures of
birth places and historic places,
framed In 3-lnch Imitation wal
nut frames, priced at 11.85 In
atead of 12 50.
$3.95 to $4.95 SHAPES at
— $1.95 each —
lAtrnt block*, *nrh a* tar
ban*, tailored boat *hap«>*.
picturesque afternooa and
walking hat* of hemp. Hair
braid* and mll&ns, at $1 95
each. —Second Floor.
15c and 29c Voiles 19c
J,OOO yarda of Printed !>r*»a
Vol Im. IT Inehaa wlda, In plain
atrtped and flfurrd atylaa
7c Calicoes Priced 5c
•"•alien**, 2E lncti»« wMn
American and Hlrnn»on branrtu,
full bolt* and mill end*.
Hawmpnt.
Hum Salmi. rn*<l« frnm
the boat ham ftnd pureat
mayonnalaa; OAa
CXI I#
I'nre llowry, beat brand,
regular 2r,* grade M.
priced, a Jar ££ I#
.New I'rnnea, ffood alae,
guaranteed heat quailtv
regular 10/ Krnd", O/%
Wednesday. lb. Uv
( amphell'a Tomato Roup,
not over *1 to a cus
tomer, Wednea- O *
day ftt. a can Ov
Del Monte I'eaehet, per
caw, 3«e. Lartre also. No.
2 *4 cana, vour choice of
hem cm Clings, Yellow
Crawfords or sliced
Regular 2f»o grad*» for
Wedneaday, OA*
per ran ftUv
Price's Raking I'awder,
1-pound cana. UAc The
cream of all baking
powdera. Itegular ir,r
gflfcde, for Qflf*
Wednesday .... vti w
—Foopfh Floor.
BRIDAL SETS FOR i/j LESS
A BRIDE'S DAY BARGAIN IN LINGERIE
ftorvo It rt dill Hr|« .f
ilklht y ÜBftlil. la. •
trimmed and we'.: made
.. 17.00
• ISM ItHdal «efe. trio
ined In manjr beautiful
ways with lace and
made of shear lingerie
58.33
914.0 A HH<fnl arta f lin
gerie. made In pretty
ways and trimmed with
ru ' $9.97
Wedding Rings $3.50 and l)p
Get nice Wedding Kin*. at tho Bon Marche.
All sixes; priced at |:i 50 and up. They are
14 k. solid gold that v 111 *ear Indefinitely.
Come and taka a look at th«-m.
—Main Floor.
$3.59 PICTURES 12.5# EA.
Beautiful colored Pictures of
the old masters; site 14x2*
Inches; well framed In orna
mental walnut frames. suitable
for homes and offices.
51.50 PICTURES $1.25 EA.
Choice line of fine Etchings,
slse 13x18 Inches, framed In 1-
Inch genuine Circassian walnut
frames Make nice small gifts,
at II 25 earh.
ATTEND THE BIG
FLAG RAISING
IN BON MARCHE SQUARE
Fourth Ave. and Pin* St.
WEDNESDAY EVENING ATB
BY THE BOY SCOUTS
Under the Command of
MAJOR E. S. INGRAHAM
OPEN AIR CONCERT
AFTER THE FLAG RAISING
BY WAGNER'S BAND
HERE IS THE PROGRAM
f. Marrk, •« \ lrH«-lt» n* ten" H agner
2. (hrrinre, "I'net nn«t renannt" «nppr
31. Infermeaao from "l.lttl* Mlm
rtm-lf Ken
4. fteleetlon, "Habea In Toylnn4
llerhert
Mr. % Ibert MailtlnacMle.
9. Waltr. "file llf#lr«»pnten" finngl
7. 'r»ne» from M Tla l*rlnee of I*ll
- " I
M. fteleetlon of Pollala Honga and
llnnee* Knta
9. Intl., "Mr Mild IrUh Roae**
lit lte«|ue«t.
in. "The Amerlran I'ntrnl" Mearhum
11. "Takf Me t«» Tlint Suwnnee *h»»rr**
QllWfl
Everybody come and have a good
time.
FROM 9 to 11 A. It!. ONLY
No telephone order* accepted for thee* apeclal*.
15c LACES 5c YARD
All l.ln*n Cluny
Erlvei, with Inaartlona to
match: aaaorted width*
and patterns; ISc value,
6r a yar<l from 9 to 11 a
m. Main Floor.
25c Marquisette 15c
Mercerized Marqula
ette Bcrlma, lnch«»«
wide, ami vary popular
Tha beat waarlna kind,
worth 2f»o; on a«l* from
ft to 11 a m. at IBc.
Third Floor
Pay City Light and Water Bills Here
We've a Convenient Office Ju*t tor the
Purpose—on the Third Floor-
Pike Street Side
THE SFATTLE STAR
imr.o Itrldal Seta, trim
Hied with dainty lata
an 1 made In attractive
$11.00
• JOOO llrtdul «rla of
fine lingerie, made and
trimmed In many beau
sl3.67
oo aeta for the June
Itrtda. a trousseau <>f
dainty hand
emt-r«»tdered. M C I
priced at )| QiQ I
—«se»ad l'l»«r.
10r BLACK ROSE 5c
Woman*# blftrk cotton
Hose, with
hemmed tona Sl** *>4
to 10%. Sot over lo
pnlra to ear h, at Br pair
till 11 *. m Main Floor.
8 BARS SOAP at23c
A hum of Santa Clan*
Hoftp, on a*l#» from 9 to
11 a. m.At 21 r a good
laundry soap. Not over A
bara to mm cuatomer.
Fourth Floor.
Dr. Fred Mace Sidetracked
From Medicine Into Movies
Now what do you think T
Why. Kred Mc*. that funniest
funny man of "movie" fame, whoae
round fa< e and fiat hat and queer
eipr«-»»loni "double up" picture
fana ao often, haa been graduated
from the arhool of medicine and
dentlatry.
Kred Mace, whoae middle name
I* "laugh." haa been helping to
make Kcyatona film* famoua fur
many montha Juat recently he
•tipped out of hi* lon*, happy part
nrrahlp with Mack Hennett, fhe di
rector of the company, lo Join the
Majeatlr force* In fact, he l« go
In* to direct the picture making for
the Weatern branch of that com
pany.
OUR DOCS HAVE EASY TIME
I»r 8 N Colliver of thla city haa,
returned afier an eight montha trip
abroad, apendlng the grcat<r part
of bis time working In cllrilca In
t»ndon. Ilerltn and Hudapeat On
hla return trip, h« vlaited Egypt,
India. China aud Japan.
I find American phyalclana
take life easier than medical men
MASONIC CONVENTION ON
AItERDKKN. June 10—The Hrst I
session of the Masonlc and auill
lirjr contention* began her» this i
morning This »ft«>moon an ninir
• lon for all Masons »n«l members of i
the auxiliary lodic** will b« run to i
Pacific lleach.
Wednesday *111 mark the open
ing of the rrand court of Amaranth. <
an<l on Thursday will come the i
STRIKERS WIN 4 VICTORY
NANAIMO. 11 C, June 10.- The
attempt of the Vancouver Nanalmo
foal Co yesterday to open lta
Jlnglepot mine, near Nanalmo, with
nn-n not member* of the I'nlted
Mine Worker* «>• a complete fail
ure. !>■•* than half a doxen men,
USE LEG BONE IN HIS SPINE
PASADENA, June 10. —Surgeons
of Southern California are watching
with Intense Interest the result of
an unu*ual grafting operation, per
formed by t>r. Chas I), Ix>rkwood
of Pasadena, who replaced n tuber-
VACCINATION STRIKE IS ON
F'ORTIjAND, June 10.—Two hun
dred and fifty scholars of the I.add
school here are on atrlke today, be
cau*e the city health board haa or
dered all who have not been vac
cinated to aubmlt to the ordeal, fol
15,000 PIC
The red raspberry and blackberry
growers of the Puyallup valley will
require 15,000 berry pickers, com
mencing July 1, and ending October
1. The growers furnish cabins, or
tents with bunks, cook stoves, wood
and water free of charge.
The pickers furnish their own
bedding and cooking I'enslls
Growers haul pickers and sup
piles from depot to berry fields, 40
A MODERN COURTING
By Berton Braley
Mis* Nancy O'Neill was a suffraget lady,
Decidedly militant, too,
Who was lovrd by an Irishman, Martin O'Grady,
But vainly, indeed, did he woo;
For Nancy was busy at blowing up houses
And kicking the chancellor's cat,
And so had no time to be thinking of spouses
Or frivolous subjects like that.
With bonbons and flowers poor Martin pursued her,
Fiut Nancy was deaf to his suit.
Though gently and sweetly and kindly he wooed her
At all his proposals she'd hoot.
Till finally, weaned of being so tender,
So patient and placid and calm,
lie gave up the homage he once used to render—
And sent her a dynamite bomb.
» *
He trampled her = garden with ardor most fervent,
Cast bricks through her windows with zest,
Set fire to the house and abducted her servant,
Atteufptcd to poison her guest;
So Nancy said, 'How can 1 EVER resist him?
Such militance beats me," she said;
So she put her fair arms round his neck and she kissed him,
And now they arc happily wed/
Mnrlit. ho *ay». he will have ft
•tudlo of hi* own, 100. In pretty
Hollywood. the new "movie" Mec
ca of Southern f'allfomla
"The i«cr«t of (heatrlcal »ur
ce«a, In the mo»l»' branch of It.
anyway. I» to k«-e|» tha public
gu<-i»lng," he »aid "1 Intend to
keep It up, all being well, too."
Though playing »■ reen play* a»
If to the manner born. Mara haa
had a long atage eiperlence Me
•tarred In "Mondofi," waa Mr.
pineapple In "A fhtneae Honey
moon," played Kddla Fby'i part In
"IMff. I'aff. Pouf." played In I.on
don 15 montha, and haa been all
arroaa the American continent In
musical comedy productton»
abroad. In aplte of talk about Amer
lean rtiah and hurry." he said. "It
!• a common occurrence fur phyal
clana In tendon and lierlln to
work In rllnlca from daylight till
dark. I waa called on to work
from 7 o'clock In the morning un
til 11 o'clock at nlgtil In eye. ear.
nose and throat cllnlca at Ilarlln."
first convocation of the Degree of
Honor. The I»egree of Honor I* to
give a aoclal !>all Thursday night
Preparations have l*«en made for
*00 visitor* and the city haa been
decorated for th» occasion Ait II
Hankerson, deputy Krand master;
\V. II Oorham. Krand historian. and
C. D. Knlltht. Rrand tyler, all of Se
, attle, are expected.
out of a total fore* of 2., v. respond
ed to the call. Throe hundred
member* of the union were In the
vicinity of the mine, with the ob
ject «f Inducing strikebreakers not
to go to work Th>' half-doxen men
••ho were willing to no to work re-
J turned home
i jcular portion of the *plne of Pred
erlck taring. 17, with a sec'lon of
; healthy bone from the youth's leg
; The operation was undertaken a* a
final resort to *ave taring's life.
The atirgeon now believe* Ixirlng
will completely recover.
lowing the discovery of a caae of
smallpox. Thla order wa* object
ed to by many parent*, who doubt
the efficacy of vaccination .is a pre
ventlve for smallpox, and aa a re
sult they refuse to permit their
children to attend school.
ERS WANTED
cent* per crate Is paid for picking
red raspberries, SO cents per crate
for bush blackberries. Good accom
modations aro furnished and plentv
of picking. Children under 10
years of ago aro not permitted In
berry flelda
By writing a le'ter to the Puy
allup and Sumner Fruit Growers'
association, at either Puyallup or
Sumner, suitable reservation can
be mado.
FREDERICK &. NELSON
The June Sale of Muslin Underwear
QUANTITIES of fresh, white muslin wear are being daily added
to the assortments in the sale. Just a few instances of
the June values that women are taking advantage of, to re
plenish their supply of Summer lingerie:
AN EMPIRE GOWN AT f
An exceedingly <!ainty model, made of soft
lingerie cloth, with the short waist and
sleeve* fashioned of wide eyelet embroid
ery and insertion to match.
A SLIP-OVER GOWN AT *1.45 —
Made of toft, sheer lingerie cloth, tucked
across front and trimmed with deep,
pointed yoke of hand-crocheted lace, in
Irish crochet pattern; short set in sleeves.
A COMBINATION SUIT AT ORf—
Two-piece Suit, trimmed on cover part
with inset lace points and finished at top
with Valenciennes insertion, ribbon-run
beading and edge. The circular drawers
are trimmed with lace edge.
Attractive Values in Tailored Suits
DESIRABLE Models for Summer wear, made up in service
able light-weight suitings, cut and tailored with care. Two
interesting lots, at:
912.35
Women's and Misses' Suits in Bedford
Cord, Plain Serge and Diagonal Suiting
and Blaelc-and-White Check* and Stripes.
Coats in plain and cutaway style*. Colors
include tan, gray, navy and black.
Sires 14 to 1R; 34 to 42.
I'rice *12.35.
Lingerie Waists, 95c
SEVERAL effective styles in dainty Lingerie
Waists, made with high or Dutch neck and
attractively trimmed with white and colored
French embroidery, laces and insertion.
and three quarter sleeves Attractive values at
95c.
LINGERIE WAISTS. 91.25—
Waists of fine voile and lawn, many in the
new flat collar effects; finished in pink or blue
and Dresden patterned effects. High and Dutch
necks, long or short sleeves. Price $1.25.
Jane Sale Specials in White Goods
38 INCH OLORIA BATISTE. SPECIAL
18* YARD—
Gloria Batiste is a sheer, well-woven
fabric, with evenly-finished thread, and
will he found desirable for graduation
dresses, street gowns and waists, as well
as for children's garments. Special, 18c
yard.
LONG-CLOTH, 12 YARDS FOR fl.oo
A special value in 36-inch Long-Cloth, in
a durable, smoothly finished grade, excel
lent for underwear and general use. Special
for the holt of 12 yards, SI .00.
CAMBRIC MUSLIN, SPECIAL 7#
YARD—
Good-weight Muslin in cambric finish,
free from dressing, and a desirable grade
for general household use. Thirty-six
inches wide, special 7c yard. ,
New Shipment Children's "Skuffer" Oxfords
MISSES' and Children's "E-C Skuffer" Play Oxfords in black and tan calf
Sues sto 8, special 95< pair; 8# to 11, special f1.15 pair; to
2, special $1.25 pair.
—Rainroom.
Hammocks
at Moderate Prices
Porch or Couch Hammocks—
We are showing five styles of Couch
Hammocks, which are very popular and
practical for use on porch or lawn, serving
as bed, couch or hammock.
They are made of heavy Khaki duck and
equipped with wind-shield, tufted cotton
mattress and wire spring bottom.
Prices $9.50, $10.00, $12.00, $13.50 and
$16.50.
Heavy Canvas Hammocks—
Just the style for the camp or picnic.
Made with two spreaders, and may be had
in plain brown or white; also white striped
with brown or green, and finished with
colored valance. Prices $3.00, $3.25 and
$4.00.
Woven Hammocks—
Strongly made of closely-woven yarn, in
a variety of color-cffects. Priccs $2.00 to
$8.50.
, •-Hoiu.furnl»hln»l Ssettoa.
NAvtMon/1 A GOOD size for small apartments, whit#
llC)I llllcLriCl ■**. enamel lined, with hardwood case. Has ice
* • a. _ capacity of 25 pounds and measures inches wide,
KerriPPratnr Sill) 14 H d«p and 38 inches high. Price $10.00.
i\cirigcr<uur, «piu Urge sizcs at $1200 $14 00 $1600 nnd $1800
—Third Flow-
A COMHINATJON SUIT AT OSf—
An attractivr model in Iwo-jiif style, of
fcheer, lingerie cloth, and prettily trimmed
with embroidery insertion and matching
edge.
A CREPE PLISSE SKIRT AT »!S<—
A desirable model for morning wear,
beneath the house gown; n**ds no iron
ing. Bottom of garment is finished with
serviceable machine embroidered scallop on
double cloth
A COTTON POPLIN SKIRT AT 31.25
I«ong skirt of white cotton poplin, fin
ished with embroidered scallop. A very
good value. rio9r .
916.75
Plain and Novelty Suits of Redford Cord,
Diagonal Suitings and Fancy weaves.
Coat* are cutaway, with long or three
quarter sleeves and some show the popular
vest-effect. Plain colors, black-and-white
and mixtures. Sizes 16 to 18; 34 to 42.
Price 918.75.
Women's White Silk
Hosiery
Special 75c Pair
Good-weight siik stocking,
with lisle sole and 1-inch lisle
lined garter top. They are classed as
imperfect, hut the slight faults to
which they are subject will do little
to lessen their service. All sizes at
special, pair.
—Flrwt Floor.
PATTERN TABLE CLOTHS, SPECIAL
$1.25 EACH—
Pattern Cloth* of mercerized cotton dam
ask in two attractive bordered styles;
highly-finished, well-woven and durable;
measure 72x72 inches. Special $1.25 each.
LINEN HUCK TOWELING ENDS,
SPECIAL 7t EACH—
Ends of 15-inch Figured Linen Huck
Toweling, 14 and 15 inches in length, in a
variety of pleasing patterns. Special 7c
each.
HUCK TOWELS, SPECIAL 8* EACH—
Strong, well-finished Cotton Huck Tow
els with plain white or colored border;
17x32 inches; special value at 8c each.
••Basement Salesroom.
Low-Priced
Camp Furniture
•T* HE Furniture Section offers attractive
• values in those strongly-made, low
priced pieces which one finds best suited
for rough and ready camp service in the
woods or at the seashore. Assortments of
such pieces include:
Sanitary Couches
Folding Cots (wood and metal)
Cot Mattresses
Canvas Camp Cots
Meat Safes
Kitchen Cupboards
Fir Wardrobes
Folding Camp Stools and
Steamer Chairs
Drop-leaf Tables, natural and oak fin
ishes.
—Fourth Floor

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