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(Friday liaroam]
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*« ( jß| &• 2aX 1$ % THE BON
Baltics A |C / MARCHi:
Big Slorr * *— v v v > ~
A MOST REMARKABLE BARGAIN IN FINE SILK SUITS
For Silk Tallela
ONLY A FEW LEFT—AND WE WAN 7 TO
RID OF THEM ALL IN A DAY—OR A MORN- Wf£%\
ING— HENCE THIS ABSURDLY LOW PRICE Wf |I\
Only $5.00 Tomorrow, Ladies, for voiir choice of the-e Silk *' jkjlf
Taffeta Suits, a* long as we hare a single one of them left and »[■
thrv used to sell at $J*).so. wD~xJT
They are made of changeable taffeta and are just as illtis
trated here with silk lined jackets and fancy trimming Ihe .>«•
«ilk and trimming alone cost more than tomorrow's price—of jfj '
CLASSY TAILORED SUITS
WORTH TO $12.30 FOR
—$9.95—
Up-to-Data Modal* In Tai
lored Suits thai will wear and
look aa well aa moat $12.50 and
$15 aulta. All man-tailored with
satin lined jacket* and h'«h
waisted plain gored skirts, in
navy, tan, Copenhagen, blark
and *ray *er*es, for women and
misses. Price $9 'ib.
JMML WOMEN'S 56c VESTS 39c EACH
Worn on « pur# whli« fin* quality
Hwlm Rthbikl V#sta. cut with low nr< Us
A nd sl##v#l#ss. with sxqulslt# crochet
jT I and fancy lac«» jmkM ili« 4 6 <1. at lie.
51c UNDERWEAR PRICED at 35c
I \\ F>r«it Mltli t"nd«»rw#ar of flna
I I v rlbbod. pur# whit# cotton with lon* or
I VA "hort sl#*vcs and hlirh n#«*ka also low
I V n#c *' no **la#a **•
\J! $1.25 INION SLITS PRICED 79c
IV/ Jm*lj 'j ' Hecondi of For#at Milla Whit# Col
;Vi| I r"'' Jb fl ton fnlon flults. with low n#rks and
I* iff fJj • | •#▼•!#•«: cuff hn## stylr Mim 14. S€
and II
SI 10NC GLOVES AT 79e
Women's heavy quality
"Tricot" «Mk stbow lonr'h
Glove*, with doubla fln*«r
tips: every In whits; black
tVfc and (.
SPECIAL FRIDAY BARGAIN
$2.50 Black Wool Back Satin
31 Inches In WUIh. Special
-$1.19 yd.-
Five sample pieces of beauti
ful beavy wool back satin; very
lustrous and will wear splen
didly for coats or suits. Kin*
Jet black, 36 Inches wide, at
$I.l#.
—Main Floor.
SPECIAL FRIDAY BARGAIN
19c £ 15c Nainsook & Swiss
Embroideries, to II in. Wide
—5c yd.—
Quite a bargain for Friday In
t'.e embroidery section, with
Swiss and Nainsook Kd*e« nnd
Bands, In widths to 10 inches,
at 6c a yard—worth to 15c.
—Main Floor.
3,000 PAIRS OF MEN'S 35c SILK LISLE SOCKS
On Sale Tomorrow)
in the Men's Store | JTW ■
at, a Pair ) *
Five good colora to choose from—tan, gray, garnet, purple and black—a special
purchase, of course, and at abo\it half price—and thev are imported socks at that;
and they have high-spliced heels and double sole*; nice, light weight dressy socks that
will look well and wear well. Better get a summer's supply, men—you'll not get
another chance like this.
FRIDAY ECONOMIES IN PURE FOODS
MT. VERNON MILK 7c A CAN
REGULAR 10c SIZE CAN* OF MILK. NOT
OVER 12 CANS TO A CUSTOMER.
Kippered Salmon. the
beat quality Columbia
rtver Chinook 4 Ca
flali. pound I WV
American Cheeae, tha
heat quality Oregon
20c
Ite4 Kalmon, No H alia
cana. aplondla qual- Q >
lty; Friday, can.. 91*
Caaned Oyatrra. lark"
all* No. 2 cana, Kaatern
Covo Oyatora. 17c
Madroaa Tomatnea,
large al*a No' 2'4 cana;
W*ll filled; Krt- O.
day. can . Ow
SWIM-EASY BATHING SUITS FOR WOMEN AND MISSES
PRICED FROM $1.98 TO $6.50 EACH
FILMS DEVELOPED FOR 10c A ROLL—MAIN FLOOR.
iSEMARCHE
uriow «tiuckt inrnsin avbmt i*ikk utiikk.t
Wash Petticoats Worth 75c at 59c
A pottlroat tiurKnln rlnht In thn
Blrk of time. for the «>rm weather
I* Just beginning and three »• r11»«>•!
KtnKham modp|« will be much In de
mand. Huy them Friday at 59r each.
Wash Dresses Worth $10 al $7.50
Ihttllfnl lummtr dmici worth up
to 110 (>0; all new mo'lt'la in smart
itflei. Hindi' of linen and ratine In
various colors and mixtures. faat,
washable rolora; $7 50.
Silk Dresses Worth $7.59 at $4.95
Cool dre**ea for the wartn da)a
are these silk mescalines and foulards
In dainty patterns, pretty rolora and
■ v|»i; for totmn and mlssea. at only
$4 95. —Second Floor.
Sle SILK ROSE AT 35e
Oauio wrl*ht Onjr* fast
black or whit# illk boot
stockings with doubla cart#r
tops. Hliai it* to 10. at tic
a pal». —Mala F»mmr.
SPECIAL FRIDA Y BARGAIN
59c Beavy Lustrous Pongee
31 Inches In Width. Priced
-39c yd.-
Henry, lustrous I'onifeo,
splendid for summer wear. HX)
In white, pink. del.
brown. navy, Copenhagen, lav
ender. iui and natural; 36
Inch** wide.
—Main floor.
SPECIAL FRIDAY BARGAIN
Fancy Silk Trimming Braids
Worth from ISc to 59c Yd.
—9e yd.—
Here's where you net your
money's worth Friday amon*
these rancy silk Trlmmln*
flralds and Rands. In staple and
colored combinations, at >c a
yard—values to 6#c.
—Main Floor.
Hnaker Data. regular
two for 2So alaa, fr**h
shipment Juat re- Q e
celvad, parka** . B»
took la* Fl«a, aplenrild
quality new crop Ca
black flea, pound wv
Itomeatle ftardlaea, No
% (Ice; (rood qual- A »
lty flah, can "TV
thrlmp Salad. mnd e
from tha fteat ahrlmp*
and piir*«t May- AA.
onnalae, pound.. OUv
I'otato Salad. made from
n* w potato**, delldotja
for lnncheona. 4 C*
pound I Uw
—fourth Floor.
FLAG DAY-SATURDAY
I rf» have Mar
stars a• 4 i-tKhMBt
fla|»4 fmw I
r%rrv • forrnnrf S»
liaatflnp la s». W / A
IH> four psrt on FIMF l»sy sod hairs
rour rotors firing htlffht and **arljr.
Il«r#'a a (<xml pla* •« to I ay flaf*
Good Cotton Flaga on Staff.
Its 17 laefc. al Hr »| W larh. al t&#
l&iM lark, at Iftc *>»!•» larb. al «N»
At Lino of All Wool Flaga.
S«a f#*l for «W> ««• fool al M.TS
3«ft (ffl al 91 SA ISsSO frri. HTM
ftSM frrl al I.IM »« * f##«.
High Grado Cotton Flags.
SsS feH al 2®r al II M
3<»a4 (r*t al 4Sr «»• fret al tl 4ft
.lift Imi at Mr as IS f##l •• W
SPECIAL FRIDAY BARGAIN
044 Pieces el Massed 29c
and 25c Neckwear, Special
—at sc—
2©e and 2&c Neckwnar, slight
ly mussed, will no at 6c for
each piece on l"rlday. Included
are jabots, Ihitch collars of
sheer materials and satin; tai
lored stocks and t>»»s.
—Main Floor.
SPECIAL FRIDAY BARGAIN
49c and (9c Allover Nets
31 and 49 Inches In Width
-25c yd-
Fancy Allover Net* in silk
and cotton; double width; 34
and 40 Inches wide. In staple
colors, such as white, and cream
In plain ling spots and coin
dota.
—Msln Floor,
FRIDAY SPECIALS FROM 9 TO II A. M.
6c CALICOES 4c Yd.
2,000 yarda of fall
coes; full holt*. p«rf*rt
Ifooda; 24 Inrhea wld*
From • to 11 a. m.; not
ortr IS yarda to #arh.
—Ita**-me at.
SPECIAL ALL DAY FRIDAY
2r,r Waah Oo«4la In mill
*nda. 27 Inrhaa wld*; tip
to fi-yard lanfftha. In-
C tiding r#pp«,
allk nnd cotton 4Q • «
rnl>tur*a I fc-0
lOr i hmiihmr Miii
hnmi, *'7 Inch*** Wlda, Tn
Itpfftha to 7 varda. In
•t ripen. rhi»*ka and
plain atylaa, I *
yard I 'iv
THE SFATTLE STAR
I 10c LONG CLOTH 6c
l/nng Cloth In lenittha
to 7 yard*; «oft finish.
Not over 10 yarda to
each. On aala till 11 a.
rn at <c.
—Mala floor, Center.
Win Crrpra, k l/n on o.
pllaa* a n <1 lingerie
crepe* In lenirtha to 10
ynrda, 10 Inrhea 4lti.
wlda; ynrd ... | £2C
2fVe ftolaettaa In mill
enda, ahort length*; In
hlaik. white, Mux nnd
r. not ov«r 10 yard*
10c
—Iliiarmfnt,
POISONED BY MISTAKE,
HE CALMLY WAITS END
COMMIM'H. <>. .It I? Bufferlli|l no pain «mt fully- r-«if)«cloui».
11 nice Wllaon 4N, lihlhv awnlta death from lilrhlorlde "f mercury
Wllaon carried aoda mlnta In «nd '•>* mercury tniiieta
In another. Korn.ltlfi* ltint h<> h«<l ehaiwd coata •>*' w,nt 10
aork, h* look two mercury tabli-ia, containing mor«< thnn I • Kr-iitui
Wllmm aw it 11 m d»aih nn talmly 11* Ik- would the •••uiiliik nf nlfbt.
"1 liavn no frlfii'U* or r*lallv*ii,'' !»«• mtl«l todiy, linked wlio
ahould b.. notified In ra»e of death It make* no difference
H. vrrnl hour* after he had taken th« mercury. »uld h« noticed
a ImrninK aeiiaatlon In III* atomaeh II- then linked thf police f..r aid
ll« wan ruahed to 11 tioapltal. where albumen *n» administered
Today he Ima 110 pain, but phyalctans any Uta d«»Ui In a inutt«-r or a
few daya.
PRETTY GERMAN PRINCESS AS BRIDE
Prince** Victor!# Ix>nl*e. only daiiKlitrr of Kalcrr Wllhelrn, with
her huaband, I'rlnce Krne»t Auicuatu* of Cumberland, In the royal
carrla*<\ Ju*t after the weddln* hi I'otwtam
Anion* the vmlitloi cue*!* were ti-arly all the frownnt heada
of Europe. and there wer» no many l»-autlful pr<M-nt» thn - ' »*»r
niBNH," a* the Herman* rail her. will have quit" a chore wh«-n
»h» roni'-n to write her "thankyou" noit*
NAMES PROSECUTOR AS
TOOL OF BIG BANKER
That the proaecutln* attorney'*
office wii controlled and awayed
entirely by the whim* and de*lre*
of Jame» Hoc, present of the
ralon HklMk A Truat Co.. waa
the char*e made by Walter K'ultori
on# of the attorney* defeedlti* O
It Wooley. former maiia«er of the
Kenton bran< h of that bank. Ao
la char*ed with *ratid larceny.
F*ulton. In hla openln* *t*t«ment.
made the aaaertlon that IT-oaecut
In* Attorney Murphy offered. at
the dictation of President lto*e, to
compromise and dlamlM the pro*e
mUon a** n«t Wooley If the latter
PORTLAND ROSE WEDS
OUR "TYEE TILIKUM"
PORTLAND. Juna 12.—Pur
ther camantlng tha *plrtt of
unity and co-operation aviating
between tha citlea of Portland
and Saattl*. a formal marrlag*
of tha Portland Rote and tha
Seattle "Tyaa Tlllkum" la con
lummatid h«r* today. Tha
caramony was performed by
Judge Morrow at th* Ad club
room* In th* Portland hotel
and waa wltne**ad by repre
aantatlva* not only of Seattle
and Portland, but othar coaat
USE LAUGHING GAS TO
TEST SLAYER'S SANITY
STOCKTON, June 12.—'"Si
lent" Carson, *even tlmee r»-
prlevad from the gallows, was
placed undsr ths Influancs of
laughing gaa at tha Stockton
Stata hoepltal yeeterday. Ha
broke Ma lang apell of allanea.
"How old ara you?" ha waa
aakad.
"Old anough to be born," tha
WASHINGTON SENIORS ON
TRAIL OF MORTAR BOARDS
Overruled In thn court of last re 1
sort, 100 members of the senior
class of the University of Washing
ton are scrambling nfter raps au<l
gowns today A month atto the
senior men decided Hint cap* and
gowns »pr» a relic of paganism
nnd the dtirk ages. and should be
discarded. Blnco then they have
passed nil final eramlnntlons, and,
HOUSEMAIDS GIVE RULES;
HOUSEWIVES MUST OBEY
CHICAOO, Jim* 12 —Ohleaito
housewives hove until tomorrow
nlKlit to tiKreo to rule* prescribed
for them by the Mold Servant* In
the Household Workers' assocla
tlon -the cook* and pantry Klrls
and those who fix their hnlr and
button their shoes.
The maid* ttireaten to strike un
ion* their demand* are met l>v to
morrow nlKht. Here I* tli**lr ulti
matum to their employers: , *
1. Wssh your own dishes on
the fllrl't day off—don't leave
them for her to do when the
comei back.
2. Qive a girl a full day off
every week, and every other
RESCUES INDIAN PRINCESS
PORTLAND, June 12—To the vigilance of J. Kirk and Ed
Davey, st the local bathing pavilion, Princess Dawn
Mist, one of the party of Blackfoot Indians visiting the Rose fes
tival, owea her life today. The Indians hsd gone to the pavilion
for a plunge and were frolicking In the water when the llfe-savere
happened to notice the dlatreaa of the princess, who, although un
able to awlm, had attempted to follow her tribe matea In their vari
ous atunts. -
paid the bank 143,343. a lo** It had
•uffer.d through a loan made to
ll!*ht«>wer * Htrulhara of the Oril
Ita Mill Co When Woolejr refu*«d
be waa arrested and char*ed wlll>
the rrlme of ml*approprlatln* the
money Wooley contend* he made
th«' loan to the mill company In
the ordinary courw of bu*ln"*«
and ahould not be held re*pon*lbla
t>e<-auae the company went bank
rupt.
The proaecutlon rlaima that the
loan waa Influenced by the fart
that Wooley waa (ttven JlOftno mln
In* *tock In a company or*anlied
by lllahtower * Htruther*.
town* a* well.
"Mm Caroline Tt*tout," a*
portrayed by Little Mildred
Tucker wii the Portland bride,
and th* *mall aon of Mr. and
Mr*. Roy Edward* play*d tha
part of "Ty*a Tlllkum " John
C. Hater, "Tyee Kopa Kon
away" of tha Seattle Tlllkum*.
a**<*ted In the nuptial*. At
th* conclualon of the ceremony
Little Tyea planted a mo'*t
klaa on tha brow of hi* pratty
brld*.
murderer replied.
"Where were you born?"
"I was born of woman."
"Where la your father?"
"Mother would know."
And then Caraon cams out
of the Influence and lapsed
Into alienee. Alienlete say tha
test la of little value In deter
mining whether Carson la In
sane.
with sheepskins In reach, they
were confronted with u faculty or
der that "seniors who wish to grad
uate must appear In cap and gown."
Junt one cap nnd (town was left for
sale at the University club co-oper
ntlve store when It opened this
inornlnK. and there were 25 stu
dents In line for It. An effort will
be made to borrow the bated rai
ment from alumni members.
week let It be Sunday.
3. Get dressed before 8 p. m.
for no lady's msld will work
after that hour.
4. Days off begin after break
fast—and breakfast will be
served at 7:30 a. m.
B. If maids are out lata at
night, a light ahall be left
burning for them.
6. Maids ahall be given vaca
tlona after alx months of serv
ice for the same family—but
nobody Is expected to hava oc
casion for that rule.
The Household Workers' associa
tion will attempt to enforce the de-
rikS'ids.
FREDERICK &t NELSON
150 Trimmed Hats, Special $4.85 Friday
T7 ALUKS of unusual interest arc
* offered for Friday's purchasers
jl-w. in an assortment of 150 Trimmed
X Tl V afs - featuring the season's favor
a< * tc s ' ,a l )cs trimmings. In the
C ) 7 Blacjc Hemps trimmed In color, also the.
small black bonnet shapes trimmed with large
Q black bows.
/mf Small Close-Fitting Hat*, trimmed in
MM I ' \'\ \VP wings, fancy ostrich, wheat, quills and flowers.
7 WWW- Q Large Lace Hats for afternoon wear,
\ \ ) f *{\ trimmed with small flowers and ribbons.
I W7 X Small Milan* in tailored effects, in black,
11 Nell-rose, white and burnt-color.
II Exceptional values at 84.85.
■ — Umaemcnt Baloroon.
Women's Summer
Gloves
WOMF.N'S Two-Cla*p Chamoi
sctte Glove* in white, nat
ural color an'! pongee, 50c pair
Sixteen-button Chimoii ette
Gloves in natural-color, white and
ponjjcc t 75c pair.
Women'* two-clasp Silk Gloves
in black, white ami a good range
of color*, 50c pair.
Sixteen-button Silk Gloves in
white, black and novelty shade*,
$1 00 and $1.50 pair.
Two-Clasp Silk Gloves in black,
white and popular colors, $1.00.
—rim floor.
Sterling Photograph Frames
"C 1 ROM among
•t- the multitude
of appropriate / u \\
items for "Grad- if W
nation Gifts" sug- ||EK S Fa
gested in a visit
to the Jewelry
Section may he
mentioned an attractive line of
Sterling Silver frames, in popular
sizes and styles, as follows:
#
Oval Cabinet Frames, BxlOj.-4 inches,
$8 50.
Oval Cabinet Frames, 7yix9V t inches,
$7.50.
Oval Cabinet Frames, 6J4xBVJ inches,
$5 00.
Oval .Cabinet Frame*, inches,
$3 75.
Oval Frame*, inche*. $2.50.
Oval Frame*, inches, $2 00.
Oval Frames, 4x5 inches, $1.75.
Oval Frames, 4x3j4 inches. $1.25.
Square Frames, 6' inches, $2.50.
Square Frame*. 6x4 inchcs, $1.25.
Panel Frames. Bx4' 2 inche*, $2.50.
Panel Frames, 7x4 inches, $2.00.
I'anel Frames, 6x3's inche*. $1.75.
Panel Frames, 5'4x3 inches, $1.25.
Panel Frames, 3x4 inches, 85c.
Round Frames, 3x3 inches, 85c.
Flrat Floor,
Desk Sets Appropriate as Graduation Gifts
acces
sories are
it J suggested as par
ocularly suitable
J for presentation
\\ i — to girls who will
V ~. ... ' — 1 1 ~i shortly graduate,
T Pf fS " ~ I j for almost every
W'" " * ll g i. r 1 . takes
pride in the pos
session of well-ordered writing equipment. The Stationery Section
is showing a number of new designs in these sets, which may he
made up of as few or as many pieces as desired.
Brass Paper Knives, 50c to $1.25.
IyCtter Racks, $1.50 to $f).00.
Pen Wipers, $1 00 to $1.50.
Ink Wells, $100 to $/'».00.
Calendar Pads, $1.50 to $2.50.
Shadow Laces, 2 to 9 Inches Wide, at 15c Yard
AN interesting; assortment of these favorite summer I.aces, from 2to 9 inches wide,
in Paraguay, Spider, German Rnd Cracquele meshes, with edges in Van Dyke,
Grecian and Scalloped designs.
Attractive value at 15c yard.
VALENCIENNES LACES. 12 YARDS FOR 50<\
Strongly woven French and German Laces and Insertions in a range of pretty
and clearly-worked designs with serviceable edges; desirable for trimming the vacation
dresses and lingerie. Piece of 12 yards, 50c. —First fioo*
A Dainty White Dress for
Small Tots, $1.00
PRKTTILY made in
French style, as pic
tured, of white lawn, tucked * «■
hack and front, and trimmed
on neck and sleeves with Val
enciennes lace edge. J fk\
The skirt is tucked and VT/ <j
hemstitched, trimmed with
Swiss embroidery edge, and
joined to waist by wide, rib- T* |u!
bon-run beading. ' V -* l£J
Sizes from 1 to 5 years. wi -
Attractive value at 91.00.
—Second Floor,
Saturday Is Flag Day
U. S. Standard Wool Bunting Flags,
2x3 to R*J 2, 95c to $7.50.

Cotton Bunting Flags, 4x6, $1.35; sxß,
$1 95; 6xlo, $275.
—Ftr»t F"lo«r.
Naiad Dress Shields
AIAD Shields arc easily and
quickly sterilized by immers
ing in boiling water for a few sec
onds. They are perspiration
proof and thoroughly hygienic.
There is a style for every need:
Plain Shirt Waist, sizes 3 and 4, 15c.
I-acc-trimmcd Shirt Waist, size 3, 25c.
Full Dress, lace trimmed, size 3, 25c.
Full Dress, lace trimmed, size 4, 30c.
High Front Boleros, size 3, 60c.
Lace Trimmed Boleros, sizes 3, 4 and
5. 65c.
Full Dress Boleros, sizes 4 and 5, 65c.
Regular Shields, size 2. 18c: size 3, 20c;
size 4, 25c; size 5, 30c.
Flrtt Floor.
Stamp Poxes, $1.00 to $1.50.
Postal Scales, $1.50 to $3.00.
Memo. Pads. 85c to $2.50.
Paper Weights, 50c.
Pen Trays and Holders, $1.00 to $1.25,
—First Floor

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