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|3.50 and $5.00
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AMUUMEN T«
■Rattle theatre
p*one Main 43
TfnlgM—All Week
•THE SHORT CUT'
popular prices
Pantages Theatre
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EMMA CARUS
iSrß* Af«» l»r Md rmr
St fisyeso Fabric Lsttsr Paper, • Pound, 19e —Kaar Balcony
*AV MANTON PATTIKNS. PHONE MAIN 6035.
"Ik tammy Store"-—Sami Ave. kL Sprmf art
A BULLETIN OF
SUPERB VALUES FOR SATURDAY
If superiority of values counts for anything, business
will hum with the energy of an electric fan here Satur
far. We have slated a splendid list of crowd
Wsinws building values for your consideration tomorrow.
Wc know your needs and have provided for them.
trnmi TAILORED SKIRTS $3.98
modela, made by th« boat of tailor*, from
Mboow material* from our own Dree* Good* atocka. Inn t fall
k M tketa b«*nflfiil. good fitting *klrt* now on display In .« good
■M) on oar Second Floor. In the L*dlea' Apparel #0 QQ
Ma, at the vary nominal price ot
WASH DRESSES FOR JUNIORS
MtfU the popular Middy Suits and coat effecu In white gala
■lad novelty gtnghams. Stylee. fit and workmanship cannot
ll ocslied liealde* thoae already mentioned there are over
S nodel* :n percale, chanibray. lawn, gin g nam. Galatea, linen,
fcrntts sad cotton crepes, piped In contrasting colors and other
«lw trtmnu-d with lace and embroidery collar*, patent lantber
Irtu, *Uk tlea and button*. Very reasonable prices rule thrimgh-
! 1 . a *;. r * nc ! n " J1.25 m $6*98
SATISFYING
BARGAINS IN
UNDERWEAR
Main Floor.
Ulles high neck. lon* aleeve
Mtaeh«d cotton Vests, 4C.
US Hi*, each I 3 j
UdlM' 24c and l»c aleeveleaa
▼Mtf of fine combed cotton,
•whet trimmed and 14.
ffi taped, each I I w
CkMr»n § Elastic t'nder-
Wats. •Iron* buttons on tape
•** tte arm* Age* 2 4rt .
t» 12. Price, each I Uv
Uihn' brilliant mercer
•W fine dot Hose In a»- j
•®rt«d 'olors. very dressy
carter sellers at.
• Pair I Ju i
A Summer Sale of
Boys' Wash Suits
the elevator to the
"out Balcony and get a pair
m SnipenrlMra free with each
••It The prlcea are $1.98.
L* " M - m 48s
•OT3" BLOIgB WAISTS In
white, blue, tan.
25c
■Wff KHAKi PANTS—33o
**• Barked down 25c
**•" WDIAN ST'ITS ON
®*LE SATURDAY AT
HALF PRICE
8 HOI, K P
JjALF HOBE—6 PAIRS
J* A BOX TO LAST SIX
■ONTHB— HOLD BY TMK
AT 25c, OR I(Y
s "° x $1.50
Ladies 9
Neckwear
25c
Main Floor.
pretty Robeapttrr* Col
"t'K-k Collar* with i'a»
i ■'•'Krt*, *orn<i trimmed
button, lnMr .
There In rtl m<> a very
•jWy llrje of ■' p;irntr> Jabot*
with n< t and »hndow
hii/i flnlahe.l with
4 mM.. . v;,)tir«. ti,<
Z,. 1 f«xhet«d .Jaboti, neb
®*orV«» rh v " iv "' h " w 1,1
cw. " n ' r " i,,r " 25c
WHEN THE CRIMINAL HEARS HIS OWN
VOICE SPEAK WORD THAI DOOMS HIM
Robert Hltllard «• Kayton,
the detective; Alphoni Ethler
•• Hurley, the murderer. In the
wonderful ictna *h«r« Hurley
hear* the reproduction of hie
own voice epeaklng the word*
that will »en dhlm to death!
CEW YORK. June 14.-When
NEW YORK. July 4 When
the criminal hear* hi* own role*,
repeating hi* own Incrlmlnatlnit
LADIES' $2
LOW SHOES AT
'it..- K"".r let hnndfod* r >*
pairs- on aale —patents and
dull finish —strap Pumps and
♦-button Oxford* In the very
new styles. Moderate Mili
tary heels. Our regular |2 00
grade on sale at the special
Sr.* 51.49
*3.90 AND MOO BUTTON
BOOTS, $2.95
Choice of several different
kinds of the latest shoes are
Included In tans and an excel
lent assortment of patents,
In cloth and mat tops: mostly
this season's models QC
—all sixes Price. . ftiiW
COMFORT JULIETS Me
Rubber heel, patent tip or
plain toe. Vict kid stock:
11.38 quality. Our Hpeclal
sr.* 98c
CHILDREN'S BAREFOOT
9ANDALB
Turn the kiddles loose; get
our Sandals at these special
prices:
f{"7 s to 49c
Slio 11* to 59c
Silk
Gloves
Main Alala.
Ukll'h 18-button pine *l'lf
Olovea, with double flri«:<r
tip*. Color»: tan, brown,
xray, ponK<*\ pink, blue,
navy, black and white. Prlcw
»1J»0.$1.00 75g
and . ,«
Ladled' regular t»ngtli, double
tipped Silk OloTe* -a bIR
value number In all the lead
in* color* and all RAo
*Ize*. a i nlr **Ul»
Children » lonK double tipped
HI I k flloven, all nl/eH, 7E,-,
In white only. A pair. I
Keirnlar length" »» a fiove.
Price, per EQn
pair
I word*, whir* can ho turn then for
refuge?
Until recently iwn were trapped
bjr "stool pigeons" police nrent*
who got their confidence and their
ronlNikmi then betrayed them
The victim of thl* system could
defend htnmelf by claiming |x>r
i Jury on (he part of those who had
trapped them.
Then came the dictograph, ('on
cealed In a room. It triin*mltted ev
ery spoken word to listener* who
! might be far away. A stetiog.
jrapher could take down all that
I was uttered.
Even then the criminal could
make a defense; he could *ay that
1 tho *tcnographer made false notr*
:or ascribed some one else'« word*
to him No iiuch defenses availed
In the various cases In which IV
tectlve Hum* u»od the dictograph
and made It famous; nevortheleia,
I they were possible
nut what can a criminal do when
i confronts with teh dictograph's
j neweat attachment. the roneo
phnne? What can ha do when a
defective sets a phonograph going
and It repeata to him the wnrda
that will aend him to hi* doom?
SIX GUESTS SMOKE
AT DEATH FEAST AS
HOST ENDS HIS LIFE
ATLANTV' CITT. N. J.. July 4 —
| ( Bpl.)—Arrested here for murder
nil Chinamen sedately shook their
heads and aald calmly that not by
1 the filling Sun had they any hand
In the death by bullet wound In the
head of Ho Why. laundry proprie
tor.
They had been the gue*ts at Ho
Why'* suicide party. They had. an
by honorable custom. sat and
watched their brother kill himself
—"honorably." they said, shoot
himself In the head and honor
ably" die.
Mo Why had been In thla country
10 years He had done much over
the wash tub#-—2O years of hard
work. H* had sent much mon«r
back to China to the glorification
of hla ancestors, the aid of hl» rela
tives and the support of the revolu-
DEAF ATHLETES
IN TRACK MEET
Athletic events at Hchmlti park
vrr» th« feature of today's pro
gram of the third biennial conven
tlon of the Washington State Asso
ciation of the Deaf. which conven
ed In Seattle Thuraday, at the
Chamber of Commerce.
The hundred delegate* who at
tended Thuraday a session were
augmented by 75 additions' dele
gates, the majority from Idaho and
Oregon. today. P. L. Axllng «>f Se
attle. the principal speaker Thura
day, urged a movement for estab
lishing a home for the deaf In thla
state. In the evening the delegate*
TATE'S
A Place
to Eat
Cabaret Vaudeville. 8 p. ru. to
1 a. a.
Table d'hote Dinner, with pint
of wine. 76c
at the
Angeles Cafe
1422-24 76 Flr»t Avinui
Our 25c Regular Dinner
—AND—
Our Special 50c Chicken
Dinner
Served from 11a. m. to fi p. ITt^
Are Unexcelled In Seattle
Oyatera. Dun jane** Ciab*. Flan,
Steak* and Chop*
FRKK -- I.ATF.3T MOTION
PICTURES- FHfirc
Vocal *nd Inatru nental Concert
Afternoons and E/enin(je
— IlY—
Prof. Nape'-. Haw Man Orchaatra
—OF—
>—Artl*ta—o
THF STAR—FRIDAY, JULY 4. 1013.
You sec wlist he will do In
"The Argyle Case," n crime piny
In whose authorship Hums fir
ur<-« a* n collaborator and which
ha* scored one of the season's
longest runs.
You see Ilobert llllllard. a*
A ache Knyton, the detective,
rend to Alphon* Kthler, u« Hur
ley. the counterfeiter ntid mur
derer. the note* of a conversation
that *pell Hurley's fate. They
were recorded by mean* of a
dictograph. You hear Hurley
laugh scornfully.
"You think you enn bluff me
with a frame-up thing like
that?" he acoff* at the detective,
"lk) you expect anybody to believe
it? I don't"
"Well." replies Ksyton. "perhaps
you will believe your own voice If
you happen to hear that."
He places on the phonograph the
record thai the roneophoiie hu
made. Hurley collapses. His
eyeballs bulge, he throws tnern
tiling hand* before til* face, to
*hut out hi* own fatal utterancee,
voiced In hi* own tones.
Me Is through. He la led out of
the room, a tottering wreck,
knowing that no defenae remains.
tlon nut he had couich*d a *r*at
d»al. Tm» bad become wofully thin,
and hn know that hla r«>v«r<«d an
restor* awaited hi* fomln*. And
also hi* had bean a failure; lw» had
no eon.
Undar such circumstances It wai
perfect Ijr "honorable" to die.
His friends were lighting pipes
with long, thick bamboo stem* and
tiny sliver bowl*. They watched
him serenely.
Ho Why put the revolver muxzle
agninst hi* right temple. Hla
friends rfron*«i the pt|»a stems
frmn their lips expectantly. The
iihot wa* fired Ml* friends watch-
Mi him Mtnk to death looked at one
another, nodded, puffed again, and
then Shu Nan got up and caught
Ho Why's corpse. lest It should fall
to the floor.
were entertained at the Trinity
Parish church.
Sunday, after n trip to liremer
ton. the convention will adjourn.
She Ragged Out
of Man's Heart
SAN FRANCISCO, July 4 —
"It's regrettable; yes. deplor
able. but It's most unfortunate
ly true that my wife and I are
separating," says Hugh M
Webster Hag dances and all
other varieties of social gaiety
and the company of the scat
terbrained devotees of such a
life —these fascinated my wife,
and repel me, for whom busi
ness and the home are the real
things of life
"It Is a modem condition of
things In society that I blame
for our troubles, a condition
tint Is growing rapidly worse
and Is resulting In the wreck
ing of many beautifully happy
homes."
"I have nothing to say,"
•ays Mrs. Webster.
Bar 'September
Morn' Bath Suits
DENVER, Colo., July 4—A skirt,
bloomers and a waist that comes
closo to tho neck Is the official
bathing suit of Denver under the
commission form of government, as
tentatively designed by Otto F.
Tbum, commissioner of property,
an 'I therefore In charge of tho park
department, Incidentally all the
City beaches.
"I certainly believe It la not right
for a woman to appear at a public
bathing place clad only In 'Iglits,"
ho said "She hasn't on sufficient
clothlrvK then to bo decent In her
own bedroom."
Hits Wife With
Broom; Jailed
DUHUN, Oa., July 4.—ln a fam
ily quarrel here, W. H. Swain, a
barber, knocked his wife down with
a broom, Injuring her severely but
not fatally.
Hwaln, It Is claimed, told her to
stop sweeping, as she would awak
en the baby, and an she did not
stop he attempted to take the
broom from her. Hwaln claims that
tho lick was struck accidentally.
Hhe says It was done Intentionally,
tfwsln wa» arrested and Jailed.
} l ' '
rPUBLIC MARKET CENTER
Markets
Closed
Today
OPEN
An uaual,
all day Satur
day until
10 p. m.
SANITARY
PUBLIC MARKET
free delivery always dependable
100 Lbs. Sugar
$4.50
1 do* Carnation Milk H.'Vf
1 do* Mi Vernon Milk HOC
! dor, Mendowbrook Milk 7M(*
4 boxes BMTchllnht Matches
lO<*
2 ran a Peerless Corn 15<*
Tokio Tea Store
STALLS 24 AND 36.
A Full Line **f
Fr*eH L|Q{(
Halt W*t»r 1 "
Alaska Herrinß. 3 for 10<*
Norway 3 for
Hricks genuine Codfish, 2
lb* 2!S*
PHILADELPHIA FISH
CO.—STALL 10
E. H. COLLINS
Stall 28
Alwaya lh» H*»t muter. K«*»
*n<l tn Town,
Frrah Krci
Dally.
Corner Public Market
»I.RO SPECIAL Mo
Self Oiling Polish Mop
Tha l'««t Mike.
BpA 110 Vlir f'nlleh.
S*c '••our Pnllall
STALL 102
Fresh Dressed Poultry
At Lowest Price*
Kick* not over 3 day* old. dot
SO*
Pacific Poultry Co.
Top Floor. Up the Inollne.
PRINCE HAS CLASSY
COMING-OUT PARTY
This Is the way His Royal High
ness Prince Kdward Albert looked
at the first big diplomatic function
he ever attended In an official
capacity. It was the reception of
President Polncare of Franco by tho
English royal family at Ilucklng
ham palace.
PAYING THE PRICE
Pearl Tamley, the girl who
claimed to be hypnotised by
Petor Barbaros when sh»> com
mitted burglary, in again In
trouble with the law. Pearl,
who la the mother of a baby
2 years old, was paroled by
Judge Ronald on condition that
she Hv« with either her hus
band or her parents. She broke
this parole, and when brought
before the Judge, he sentenced
her to one to flvo years In the
penitentiary, hut again suspend
ed commitment, turning the girl
over to tho I/ebanon home. She
again violated the parole, and
was arrested Thursday as a
vagrant.
Daily Healthogram.
WHAT DO YOU suppose
makes so many persons drowsy
In church? iJick of Interest?
Not necessarily. It may be luck
of (jure air In the building. Why
not make II your business to
see If the latter Is not true?
If It Ib, ask some one In author
ity to alter tho condition.
Special
Beat Cantaloupes, 5c
each, 6 for 25c
M<urKn alzn.)
Raspberries, per rrate.. $1.75
('herrle*. Htrawberrlon and All
Fruits for Canning.
M. ROOT & CO.
1516 Pike Place Sanitary Mkt.
nr*toval notice
On ahAiit .!«ly t!h
E. C. ROLOrF
Now In lh« rih» MnrkM
Will <**nit>r Stalla
! !I, Hnnlmry Mark.!
Kr«Mt. and Drl.rt Kruln. Nut», ll»n»r
• tl<l V^r|lh>B
"Better Good* for Less
Money"
The rtnMt Trulta to bo found on
tU« markot every day Id the
wa«k.
Quality Always
. W. W. Crenshaw
IMT Finn Av.
Pure Cane Sugar, 20
lbs. for $1.00
Mtann Rail Fruit Jar*, at*.,
AOf dor; plnta, do* ... SOf
lvirito :. r .r ran Hhrlrap*... !fOf
Com* and no« flour and other
specials.
sun grocery
Stall* 104-112-114—Main Floor
Entrant* on Flret Av.
Kiss on a Dare
Not an Offense
WABHINOTON. July 4—lt's all
right to klaa a pretty young girl
with whom you are associated In
the government employ, provided
she dares him. 80 Frank I). Hes
ter, a chief of section, who was ac
cused of tho oaculatory diversion
during office hours. Is back at his
desk.
Gay lord M. Saltxgaher, penalon
i commissioner. suspended Heater
upon learning of the affair and un
dertook an Inveatlgatlon. He die
covered that the young woman had
"dared" Hester's ovldence of affec
tion.
Heater therefore waa reinstated
The young woman, who waa a tem
porary clerk, and whose name waa
carefully concealed, haa left the
pension office service.
Eight Balloons
Start in Race
KANSAS Cm', July 4—Eight
balloons will ascend here today |n
an elimination race to determine
which three shall represent the
I'nlted Slates In an International
race In Prance for the Dennett cup.
The balloons will bo released at
5.30 p. m.
The entrants follow: Sofia 11.,
Wm. Ansnian, Million Population.
John Perry; Goodyear. H. H ITp
son; Kansas City 11., John Watts;
Dusseldorfer, O. 1.. Dumbaugh;
Drifter. Albert Holt; Overland. Hoy
Donaldson; Kansas City Post, H. K
Honeywell.
Earthly Bliss.
When the corn Is on the cob.
wife.
And the butter'B on the corn.
With the salt and pepper fresco
Which the outfit should adorn,
Tie your apron round my nock,
dear,
And I'll be right on the Job.
Gee! I'm glad teeth were Invented
When the corn Is on the cob.
'TWAS POKER "CI.IMC."
CHICAGO. July 2.—Detectives
who dropped In on a "clinic" In a
doctor's office, found five men, two
of them physicians, playing poker.
Hot cosls —Welsh coal king's
daughter has been arrested as a
militant firebug.
Heforo buying Water Front
Investigate
VENICE
On Balnbrldge Island
Albert B. Lord
Northern Bank Bldg.
Jewelry
Sale
to H off on everything ex
cepting contract goods.
Carroll's, 1102 Fir "
We move to our new location
In Joshua Green building, Fourth
and Pike, soon.
Place Public Market)""™
"SUGAR™
White ■■ ■ae for a ton wholeeale.
New White I'otaloea, 3 Iba., JOc 1 ; 8 Ib»., 25£ 48
GOLD DUST 18c GOLD DUBT 8«"»« 201
EVERY DAY 22-67-40
Sauerkraut. 2 qU.. 23
Hrhram Fruit lam. qta.. |o<* <1«* 1501
Chicken Dinner. 'ATtf, and other niiccl&la C
Ay V BE /\ NS Small white, beat quality, 4 lbi.
~ li.'lC, every day 201, 54. 40
Freah I'luma, i&t baaket 1521
CMMINO Ol.'T TIVB4K MJrKft
111* In I>rf*d rriiltw
Whit# Fig a, regular 10< lb.,
now, 2 Iba \r>?
Kalalna. mrula/ 2 H>« 2S»\
•pArtal. I it>» aRr
Ula* k Flga. regular • for lie. ap*-
«M, 4 m .. 25«*
I'mu lin. regular 2 for 2tc.
*f>#< In I, 111 100
Oold*n !>atea. 4 Iba !»?><*
Vnklmt l<uri>nnk■ 100 !!>• «l#l!v»-r«*1
•i ,ao
(wbila th«y lain
E. C. ROLOFF
62—Lower Floor
Choice Jersey Butter, 2 lbs.
65<
Wisconsin Full Cream
Cheese, lb 20c
Stall 204—Lower Floor
Annex
Fr*ah churned local Huttar. t Iba
81.00
!x>«U Il*n<-h Krrt: d"*«n
Holland E4Am Ckawt Msh. 7Sc
MT. VERNON BUTTER BTORE
1521 PIKE PLACE
New Rainier Meat Co.
1527 29 PIKE PLACE.
The Old Stand, But Under New Management.
First Quality Meats and Lowest Prices.
Pay Us a Visit—lt Will Pay You.
BANNICK ANSWERS
KICK ON HOLDUPS;
WANTS MORE COPS
"The council has refused to ex
tend any oJd to the police for two
years. During this period, we
have ha<l but 11 men added to the
force. The average patrolman In
Seattle patrols a beat of two miles
The residence districts are without
adequate police protection, speak
ing from a numerical standpoint."
80 replied Chief Hannlck today
to the public safety committee,
which yesterday shifted to the
mayor and the police department
the complaint of 22 citizens who, in
a letter, pointed out numerous
bur-glories and hold-ups In the past
few weeks.
• We do not know," say these cit
ijens, "whether It Is because
there are not enough policemen or
whether the trouble Is in another
direction. Hut It ought to receive
Immediate and adequate atten
tion."
That the council and the execu
tive department have been at log
gerheads on the police question, is
HALF SOLES AND HEELS
Best by Teat—Established 24 Year*
KLEIN'S SHOE HOSPITAL,6I3-2fldAv.
Meat Prices Cut
for Saturday
The Middleman Eliminated
at
Frye & Co.'s Markets
The following big specials will be offered to
morrow, Saturday:
CHOICE FRESH DRESSED HENS, per lb . .19c
Loin Pork 1 C#» Sugar Cured IT'*
Roast lOw Bacon (backs) ....... If 2v
Choice Steer Pot 10 1 i» Choice Leg of IE.
Roast, per lb I &2w Mutton IUG
_~ ... «... . _ (This mutton Is of a superior
Chops 15C quaUty. Try It.>
(This mutton Is of a superior Choice Spare 19 I #*
quality. Try It.) Ribs I £2U
The above prices will prevail at the following markets:
OLYMPIC MARKET, Second and Pike.
SEATTLE MARKET, Occidental and Yesler Way.
WESTLAKE MARKET, Westlake and Pine.
AMERICAN MEAT CO., Third and Jefferson.
WESTERN MEAT CO., Western Avenue and Spring.
CASCADE MARKET. Lower Floor Westlake Market.
BALLARD MARKET. 5443 Ballard Avenue.
Our Motto: "From Packing House to Consumer."
GOVERNMENT INSPECTED MEAT.
Look for U. S. Purple Stamp. It signifies purity and
quality. Shops Open Until 10 p. m.
Corner *
Public Market
Pike Place
Public Market
Sanitary
Public Market
CANDIES
BRITTLES—
Peanut Brittle, lb 15£
Cocoanut Brittle, lb 20f
Brazil and Walnut Brittle, lb.
80*
CHOCOLATES—
Hand Rolled Chocolates, lb.
SB#
Vanilla, Strawberry, Maple,
Peach, Mint, Pineapple, Orange,
Isemon and Nut and Fruit Cen
ter* —all Included In this 251
npeclal also.
Cherry Chocolate*, lb 25£
Cream Wafers, aacorted, lb 25f
Mints, Wlntergreen, kemon,
Chocolate, Maple, Pistachio,
Lavender.
Hood's Candy Co.
1609 PIKE PLACE
generally admitted. It Is an open
sccret that at least three council
men will vote airalnft any recom
mendation of the mayor on the
slightest provocation.
Police Chief Rannlck has asked
for 50 additional patrolmen, but
the council Is apparently not dis
posed to treat his proposition kind
ly. The same request wan tnmeU
down flat last year.
Raw Stuff, This
The secretary of the department
of commerce has remitted the fines
recently ordered imposed upon the
steamships Jefferson,
and Huckmnn. cm account of their
failure to obtain licenses for their
wireless operators during the re
cent strike. The secretary noti
fied Collector of Customs Harper
that he would not be justified la
enforcing the penalty.
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