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THIS BON MARCHE SALE OF MEN'S
$20.00, $22.50 AND $25.00 SUITS
ft at $14.50
IS ATTRACTING WIDESPREAD ATTENTION
f ,V fg A AMONGST THE MEN OF SEATTLE
iy * '<E'-m And well it might, for the Suits ire all high pidc
| : "fct- .* ,Xf/4: i;ii m 1 ! •••! t.ul"tr.l in llic liclti-r \\a\ m>t a
p'-® •• . -y& • lot than $20.00 but because we
F'***w% ** \ uffln :<• able t<» t.i's<- .ill tin- made up suits that a\\< II known
T '« » Baltimore maker had, wr can givr vmi yotii choice at
l&jf AMONGST THFSE H,CH CLASS SVITS YOULL F,ND
fe» *'M $25.00 Knglish Worsted Suits, in light and dark prav—
r" vfl • i' j• *, >, |R
Iv /• ■"j-j <V £1\ $25.00 Gray Check Tweed Suit#—made in nice business
$22.50 Homespun Suits, in nice shade* of gray and
$22.50 Striped Worsted Suits, in blue, brown and tan,
u *f J with white oi self stripes
■ Mix' $20.00 Blue Cheviot Suits—in heavy, rough "Scotchy"
\ v ~,• 'I In $20.00 Norfolk Suits—in fine tan Fort cloth.
V\,' 1 "jf fj \Vid nianv others just as grx*l you choice tomorrow
\. I J BOYS' $6.50 AND $7.50 SUITS FOR
|jiL —$5.00—
VSJ It t« not r+ry often that you are able to pvcklN »urh
mil i \r Wool Hutu, regularly worth f«.w a««i 17.60. for
I w« ![»>■' ttam in Um Norfolk ami Plain Double ;
KM njfiM rtM mot ••rials are Bcotoh rhe v lots. ea»stm#ro», |
jtwa til honx'Ki'Uim Bad many K"otl «ri>r*t.-<l» ahown In fancy *raya, j
'id'" 11 plain browna. fanry atilpeo and mtituroa. 7to IT yarn. )
MEN CAN GET FURNISHINGS FOR LESS, HERE
. For the same economic condi- m
tion# ,hat cnal)l,? this s,nrc l " ~
sell Pry Goods for lev*—prevail f /
in the Men* Section, too —why #
not take con- "/
d it tons men's
Sic FOULARD FOUR IN BAND TIES FOR MEN'S 75c "EAGLE" SUSPENDERS. PAIR
"' 1 '•" -TwSfffiSTSSIQ,.
SSSS' 362 1%! ™ as A- *
HEN S SUMMER MESH UNION SUITS AT MEN'S S* AMOSkEAK CHAMRRAV SHIRTS
.... M«ns Amook*** chain bray Work 9h!rt« »
Me*h T nion Suits tne «d* ai ry A mrh jm . ir-(lt) with fur**! J|T
summer nr. !-rw»»r; In ecru and whlt»-~ |~ ys> „|..„ ¥ «« an.S pocksts. NUrly nm.lwd ljl
short or lonK sleeves and ankle l«ui*Ui liTl i n,, Kl ,i >r raluen, priced for Saturday **
Have alight Imperfections. A suit Mb
MEN'S BALBRIGGAN SHIRTS and DRAWERS MEN'S M.St PANAMA HATS. REDUCED TO
Ma* s B»lbrlM» Shirt. and Drawer.- ~ - Men" r.««i H...~1*.n "Up A. aa
well made icarmeiit*—<!niw*.ri» with rwld- * n<l JVi .1 T \k vU
forced waist and Freneh bark. The kind i I"**** ***** ££ f » 1! « ' Jj.
that will WHtr HjilMifflT Haturtfa j *n<l tak© a * l n ' T
—Lower Floor, Union Bt. Sidt.
THE ATLANTIC END OF THE PANAMA CANAL IS ACTUALLY
WEST OF THE PACIFIC OCEAN END-DID VOll KNOW THAT?
Come and see the wonderful working model of the canal—and find
•out all about it.
For you can learn more in a minute at this free exhibition we're holding than you
can in a week's reading. Interesting lectures, giving all the details of this wonderful
piece of engineering, are given every hour—starting at 10 a. m. —Fourth Floor.
FOR CHILDREN'S DAY—A Sale ol Wash Dresses
•GIRLS* DAINTY COLORED WASH DRESSES
—For 50c each —
IT REALLY ISN'T WORTH THF. BOTHER OF MAKINO Ui?Mw : ViWik
THEM. WHEN YOU CAN BUY SI'CII DAINTY WASH /■?'*" 'MiKir/
T)RESSF.S F( )R f»Of —just about what the material alone would
cost. We have them in ginghams, percales or linenes—cut with
low neck and short sleeves and prettily trimmed with bandings
and buttons to match. Thev are cool, neat, and comfortable—eas- [hjt■'. .'lt
ily laundered. Shown in sizes 6to 12 years. Buy one for that ',
little daughter—you'll be more than pleased with it. (j V* \
tA CHILDREN'S $1.75 AND $1.98 '/ \I
fN& BLOOMER DRESSES fQf IjL
/.# CI Cfl CbiUrea's Itoveralls 75c
Qt <P I Keep Kid* Klein.
'J! W . , Just thn thin* for
>» W BIOOOMT Jirrsw,.. ms-to 01 mnßir«W n||
iU ■ A chnnibrajr Klnuham or swrsurkpr, with of itood. h'fivy don-
I low nerk, short slrpvns, In th* lon* ' ,n In plnln or
1 watstwl style*. with plalu-d skirt* and 'and
~.,.0. W bloomers attachwl—2 to r, yonrs n a Vy
l,M * —Second Floor, j to 8 years.
LET THE BON MARCHE BE YOUR GROCER, TOO
AA Washington Creamery Butter, 32c a pound, or 3 A/k
J W pounds for 95c. The very best quality, freshly
a churned Washington Creamery Butter. Try some — |l/|l
you will find it excellent. Saturday, 32c a pound.
llnlk I Vnniil Huff rr 17/*
lie
t, old «hlrld or Me lln riff I nffrf—(wo of th«* ' ry
QTf l*
pound ran* . .0 I-1/
Wavy ( rum *nlnd Ilrr««litg— <»no of thn 0
J W
*rrdrd ffiilains--Ih<- b*»*t 'juallty, frr- hljr A
Mfdtd, n»• w rfil«ln«, pound ptCKtfNI . .. Uv
Nr« l»r«i»kf«—f : > t quality Hanta f'lara J r
fruit; nrrutll *!*♦ '1 *p«oial, a pound . H V
(.un|>o»<l«>r Tea—-f <".v rrop of ftUpfrlor 0 G #■»
flavor Th»» KOe kind prlcod »»t J«i w
Pk afa Waw A A
nlr«ly trimmed and »mok'd; a pound I HO
< rnirn llrlfk 'heftr—< <f ra tin# quality I) ft .
L t, C
Kmftrnrldfrr f'nat#*t Hoar* Aa|nrday, Jwly fltb—flnlnhrd pl»fr« vHII l.r rfrrltrd from July 10fh fo I2ffc
KSMARCHE
L'Nin.n iniKKT . »KXi)HH AVKWIK rinio RTHKKT
Mirlmp irilnd—tn» -I- from fln*-«t nhrlrnpn and fIF .
fc D C
«tl|ffd I' i ri«-h pi> lr—No 2 *t/.f inn tlilrk brokfti
i 11 • • I lan pa k 4 A
14C
Cmml P#ar»—apltndld quality Rartlatt j g
paart ) n nkm »j » up; IDC
llfl M»n(r **llff«| lemon f llngc rrarkf*—,S'u j j
mi i' '• Hi• j". ftaturday at •. II C
In<i(i <1 r v lM| — A r
Baturday, 10 hart fa? fcDC
iiiMikfi'a Vmmm tb< b«ft quality- ftftiltr aa.
L u C
llnppy H'rtn* Nwr»| |>> M ih« 4 f
regular ltd • Saturday foi IOC
I'ofafw*—n fr<*«h of now rs
potato*® Junt rrrrlvi-'l; fin* qua llty j.'und . JC
—Fourth ri<Mir.
THE SEATTLE STAR
HOW THE RUSSIANS TREAT
• • •
THEIR WIVES; RELATED BY
QNE GIRL WHO REBELLED
MUS JKNNIK KVHOKIMOPV HMCOIT. IT VKAll<i|,|) KCMMIAN
[JIML WHO I*4 FIUHTIXU MM KKKKDOM KltO.M HI SHI AN CL'H
TOMS.
"Our huaband I* our master, we, hit (lave!
* "We are forced to marry men we never it*.
"We do at our hutbanda order, and there It no appeal.
"We are never permitted to be alone.
"We cannot go alone to tee other people.
"We cannot go (hopping alune until we are to old that no man
wtll look at ue
"If hubby doetn't feel like working, wife It forced to go cut an<!
earn a living for him."
LOS ANQEI.ES. July 4.—
Mrs. Jennie Evdokimoff Sllcoff,
17 year old Human girl, hat re
belled agalntt the tlavery of
Ruttlan matrimony becaute the
hat been denied the Inalienable
right to hold hande. go to
dancea and partltt and enjoy
the toclety of other girlt and
boya of her own age like Amer
ican glrla do.
Mre. Sllcoff recently married
USES SKIN LOTION ON
TOOTH; LOSES HER MIND
WABMINOTO.V, July 4 Tern-J
ptorarlly deranged aa the retult of
applying a drug, to an ulcerated
tooth. Mis* May Wvgle. n young
woman *up[H»ed to have come from
Ohio, la a puitllng ra*« to the pby
slrlatm at the Washington aaylum.
whither sh« waa removed Weil lie*
day from a lodging house He
n»wed effort* will be maili' t"day
to learn her Identity, all effort* to
far having failed
Mlaa Wygl«* applied what I* tup-j
JINKS WAS ON TRAIL OF
SCOTCH BRIDE-TO-BE
NEW TORK, Jnlv 4. -Ml«s Mar
gnret Clark, from Dtinfortnlln*,
Scotland. who arrived on the
Anchor llrwr Camerotil*. f< ared for
a time that she wonld never be ad
mitted to this country, to which *he
had rome to marry FYancl* Coch
ran of 40 Fourth it. Hrooklyn
In the excitement of landing *he
I oat her puree containing her long
saving* When the Immigration
hoarding offlrers asked her how
much money *he had It waa em
lutrraasUtg to reply 'hat she had
none Th» authorities se»rn«l to
be quit* skeptical until she had
found her purse, which had b«en
mislaid In a Jumble of ar'lcle* In
her handbag
Then on the pier she lo*t her
ALIENISTS CALL ARTISTS
CRAZY AND PEEVE 'EM
CHICAGO. July 4 A ««n> of ev
cited IndlKnatlon rolled up to<lay
from Chicago's art rolony and beat
upon the HolH Sherman. whc re
prominent alienist* and norvo spe
cialists are holdlnK forth In conven
tion.
The direct charge by »h#» lunacy
specialist* that alt artlM*. sculp
torn and poets arc PMentlally tin
balanced and the Intimation that If
Kubens, Mlchnel Antcelo, Hiiro,
IlrownlnK. Byron. Keats and Bhol
l«*y bait been examined by comix*
tent alienist* they would have been
put In Insane asylums, provoked all
tho warmth.
•MARRY YOUNG,' ADVICE
OF NOTED EDUCATOR
In the principal address of the
first dav's session of the National
Children's Home Society conven
tion, Dr W 11. Slingerland, Hpeclal
agent of the lluspell Sage fotinda
tlon, attacked the industrial system
of today, and charged to It. to liquor
and to divorce, the chief causes for
child dependency. 110 made a
strong plea for a square deal for the
child horn Illegitimately, and em
phasized the Idea that punishment,
If any. should fall on the parents,
and not on the child.
"People of Ihla age giit married
too late In life," Dr. Klltigerlnnd
said "It were fnr bettor that they
should marry In their twenties"
That this In not done, l>r Sllnger-
Intid wild, 114 due to the economic
pressure of the d.iy lie regarded
the establishment of children's
homos as a menace an likely to en
courage parents to transfer their
ren|.on*lhlllty to their offspring.
The chief cause fur child dopen
dency. he said, wan drunkenness
During the afternoon session Con
trcuHman Washington Oardner of
Michigan, president of the asaonla
tlon. made a strong pfc'a for tlio
,blublo utuudaid of morality.
and left her hutband th# next
day. She la now In the Juve
nile hall and will not leave It,
the aay*. until her parenta
promue to grant her demand*.
She tayt that aht believe*
that Rutnan glrla thould have
the tamt right* aa American
girl*, and by making thl* fight
•he declaree the will break the
Ice for other girlt of her race
whom tht maintalni are but
tlavee after th*y marry.
po**d to have h.-en a akin lotion to
her gum* Wednesday. and Im
mediate):. went Into rlolont hytter
It*. Ho alarming did her condition
become that the pollro were railed
The federal government may yet
take a hand In the matter and de
tnatid the ttirrender of the drug,
whlrh la now In the po*sos*lon of
the young wnman* physician If
It I* a dangerous preparation, Im
properly labeled. prosecution* under
the pure food law will b« under
i taken.
hnggnge. hilt the authorities now
turned to and naalated her In find
ing It When Mts* Clark waa near
ly ethaunt«d from her worrle* her
Intended hushand arrived, only to
ho quitted by the Immigration In
spector*
Are yon going to marry thl*
girl?" hn win aakod
"I am." *aid Cochran.
"Have yon a llcenao?"
Cochran aald he won going tn get
one. He tm ahlo to convince the
ln*[iector* of hit gwxl faith and he
and Ml** Clark, her worries re
placed with smiles, wer»» allowed to
leave the pier, escorted hy a chap
eron from a traveler*' aid toclety.
to secure the license and then hunt
up a minister
"Huch statements," aald Director
French f the Chicago Art Institute,
"M artUt* to believe that all doc
tors, or at lea*t all niton tatn. are Id
aanft and should be Incarcerated In
a big mad house."
Having cnnwlicned the person* of
to the "hug house"
the allcnl*t* took a fresh tack I>r
J CheaUm King of Atlanta, (ia.,
who voluntwTcd that ciiuuterstcd
Idea* of love and beauty had caus
ed the mental downfall of the
artists and poets, worked the dis
cussion nronnd to a pYonouncement
that "love Imelf Is only a form of
Insanity."
Mayor Cotterlll, Ilev. Albert
Htonenmn of tho Michigan Child
ren's Homo Society. Rev. M A
Covington of llio Washington Child
ren's lti>iin> Society. Rev. O IV
Christian of North Dakota, mnl Miss
Catherine Hummer of the Idaho
Children's Home and Aid society,
worn other speakers.
EIGHT WARSHIPS
FOR POTLATCH
Here they are the West Virginia,
South Ihikoln, California, St l,outx,
(Uilveston, Chattanooga. Itulclgh and
Oregon. These are the lint!leshlps
ordered by the navy department to
'assemble at Seattle for the Potlatch.
I Six of the vessels will tie to buoys
In the bav and two will anchor at
West Seattle. A float will he put
tip at Madison st to accommodato
launches and steamers plying to and
Iroiu tliu buttloMlilpH.
FREDERICK & NELSON
The July Furniture Sale
Third and Fourth Floors
All Sample Brass Beds Reduced
EVERY sample Brass Bed remaining on our floors is nwr
quoted in the July Sale at a sharp reduction from regular price,
Full and Three-quarter Beds included; poster, stub-post and con
tinuous-post patterns; all of high-grade construction, in satin finish.
Call Saturday anil choose a handsome Brass Bed at a saving worth
having. 1 '" jrlh
Girls' Wash Dresses: Special
$3.50 $5.00 $7.50
TIIRKF specially-priced groups, offer
ing exceptional values in charming lit
tle Dresses of Piques, Bedford, Rep and
Linen, in si/.es from 6 to 14 years.
One- and two-piece style*, beautifully trimmed in
braiding* and embroideries. Colors, white, pink,
light-blue, navy, tan.
Special, $!».00 and $7.50.
— B»cond Floor.
Percale House Sacqoes, $1.00
TIT ELL-MADE Hou*e Sacques
washable percale, made
with turnover collar of plain color,
' fitted belt and circular peplum.
vil L. Choice of light-blue, pink, lavender
or gray and white, also blue and (
white nurse *tri|>e and navy and
#;! white stripe pattern*. Price $1.00.
T&* Sacques of excellent quality
p'aid gingham, lavender. light-blue
or pink with white, with clo*e-
I*• • • fitting turnover or shawl collar,
pf ZT aiR trimmed with stitched band* of
p' a ' n color. Attractive value at
—Baaetnent Salearoonk
Women's Silk and Cloth Dresses <
Special $7.35
SIZF.S for women and mis*e*
in these Dre**es of Char- f"~" 1»
meu«e. Silk Poplin, Pongee, I jM
Mescaline, Jfciatinc and Granite ,1
They are good style* for | i /
traveling and general wear,
and colors include tan, gray,
navy, Copenhagen and black. \
Special, 97.35. fj/ \
TAILORED SUITS. SPECIAL/!
$10.50— 1
Well-tailored in plain and cutaway I
effect*, of serviceable serge* and \
worsted, in tan, gray, navy, Copen- 1 %
hagen and black. Special $10.50. V V
Trimmed Summer Hats .
Special at $3.45
ASPIvCIAT, assortment offering exceptional
values in smart tailored and dress Hats of
Hemp, ilan and Leghorn straw. They are be- K
cominfflv trimmed in flowers, ribbons and fancy \
feather*, and the popular chiffon-veiled and lacc ['»',• JV -A
effects are also included. \ I \
Special, *3.45. /\ \
■ —SalMroom. f f
Woven Hammocks
Specially Priced
J I'ST the thing for picnic or camping
lrips. The Hammocks arc woven of
hard spun yarn, with tufted pillow, val
ance and spreader at head.
Special at $1.45, $2.00 and $2.15.
—!luu»*taraUh!ar* IhUm.
Children's Wash Dresses, 95c
"IX7 K1,1.„-MADE Plav Dresses of ser
' * viceable* percale*, ginghams and
chambrays in .checks, prints and stripes,
with high or Dutch neck, trimmed with
bands and strappings in harmonizing color.
Price 95c,
—lianmtnl Ralaarootw
BASEMENT SALESROOM
Women's Lisle Hon
Special 50c Pair
WOMEN'S fine "Lu*,
I.isle'' Hosiery,
f ■ >rrr<l with Houble v>l«
tipped in gold. Special, s|f
pair.
White Hosiery, 50c Pair-
White Silk-boot and Ijfa
Hosiery, pair.
riMft
Veils and Drapes
50c
LACF. Drape* and Shetlaad
Veils, in many desirable
colors, 50c.
Silk Chiffon Auto V*
with hemmed ends and fucj
borders, whit® with
stripe, $1.00.
Fine Net ChcmiMtMl h
black, white and ecm
25c.
Lingerie Waists
$1.25
SEVERAL pretty stria I
Uwn and Voile W«n
designed with high or Dak
neck and attractively trinwi
with laces, insertion* id
French embroidery ia wkil
and colors. Price $1.25.
Chemises
Special 39c
Exceptional v«h» ■
Knee-length Chemiißjf
sw>ft muslin, with round ynb
embroidered in floral dtsp
and neck and arm eyes f*
ished with ribbon-run 1*
pattern lace edge.
Special. 39^.
- lUmibhi kM
Udiet'
Home Journal
Patterns.
-IM
Picnic Needs
Paper Napkins, lOr hundred. j
Waxed Paper in continuous
inches wide and 36 feet long, 5c
Lunch Baskets in open, chippy _
splint styles, three sizes. 10c and 15c
ere<l Baskets, 25c, 30c and 40c. j
"Pap-rus" Picnic Plates, package of
10c. -1M
Folding Paper Lunch Boxe^
heavy cardboard, with Jiandle; 12J4
long and 814 inches wide. Priee, sc.
—iluu»»fa»UM*
New Ratine Suiting, 35c Tijj
COTTON Ratine Suiting f or
dresses, suits and children*
in Rr.iy, blue. tan. linen-color, laven t f
pink, 35c yard.
Special cleprance prices on an
of Fancy Linens, including Scarfs
and Centerpieces. num-*

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