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MSMMBK or THI will'" *O«T»W*«r ULAOIE o» «■" viraw •vriM M tl» IW«I Tmm Batons ml the ' Mulhinf ttmmm »l»f a» TW »im I ftiUMT mrr We Welcome You, Mr. Secretary □ RATTLE bids hearty welcome to Secretary of the Navy 1 ® losephus Daniels, the first member of President Wilson's cabinet to visit the city during the present administration. • Secretary Daniels comes at a most happy time. Hie city! is clothed in it* gala colors. Seattle is celebrating its an mat holidav, and it is doing it with that busy hum and I whirr, life and action, that has made it the Oueen City of the West, the Seaport of Success, in the industrial, com ■Mrcial and maritime world. Secretary Daniels will find that Seattle likes to plav as well as to work, and that's what we have always been i told helps make Jack a success. Seattle is just like Jack Kile, healthy, growing. . Secrctar\ Daniels will have a great old tune 111 Seattle, we feel confident He's been elected a member of Seattle Dads' club, and what greater honor could be shown anyone. YIP. YIP. HOORAY, and thru some! Can you beat this weather for a man'* site celebratoin' Why the Militant Suffragist SUPPOSE that you. madame, earned money bv hard work and the law let your worthless husband take it from you. SupjK>#e that it permitted him to will all bis property to others, leaving you penniless. Suppose that over the children whom you l»ore in pain h pave you no voice of control. Suppose that the entire management of society was or dered to exalt men as the masters and to debase women as their servants, and that you, with other good women, revolted bv the injustice of the arrangement, had tried, time alter time, bv argument, petition and persuasion, to induce these men. these favored, privileged rulers, to play fairly and deal (Mercifully with your sex. •\nJ suppose that, instead of receiving your appeal* with sympathy or even listening with courtesy, they had scoffed at jo* and told you to quit your fussing and go home to '° a 'would vou, as a woman of spirit, meekly submit, or would you go on the warpath, with the grim determination, at inv cost, to force a reordering of these injustices Yhe case we have supposed is precisely the situation if which the women of England arc today, under the dom ixance of male torvism. It explains why the suffragets are resorting to the weapons of revolution Those who condemn the tactics of militancy ought in fairness to suggest how they would themselves proceed under like conditions. MT. M'KIN'LEY'S name may be changed. But its altitude will remain the same, Dr. Cook. That Powder Factory Tk 'HF. last legislature empowered the governor to establish a powder factory in this state An appropriate of f60,(T10 for this purpose was made Governor Lister should not delay longer the establish ment of this factory. The farmers are already getting «m --natient at what thev consider unnecessary delay. The bill was introduced by a farmer senator in com pliance with a general demand for it throu K hout the statr fwler is one of the big item* in the cost of clear,n K and Improving lands. A state factory will reduce this cost by more than 50 per cent. If the Mtirphine logged-off land law i* to he worth any thing. it will owe a large part of its success to a state-owned powder factory. Thousands upon thousands of acres of logged off land's in Western Washington await improvement whenever fair opportunities are presented The powder fac tory is one of the most important of these opportunities. BILL BRYAN only saved $10,000 per year during the past 17 years. Therefore his present salary of SIOOOO is inadequtae for the great Commoner, and he must depend on the lectute platform. If You Were a Juror in This Case IN one of our large citics a young man who receives $12 a week as a clerk in a big office recently wedded a young woman who had worked in a store. She knew his income when she married him. She vowel that she loved him and that it would be great fun to go with him into the battle of poverty and help hun onward and later a chap with money came around. He had an auto. He took her riding, to gay dinners and •Bright y dances He bought flowers and candy for her And finally he persuaded her to abandon love in an attic, with the homely, hard-working, unimaginative clerk, and to travel the primro«e path. Naturally the husband is at once indignant and heart broken. His first impulse was to invoke the unwritten law. Perhaps if he had come of a sturdier stock he would have done so. Rut his habit of mind, due to his kind of work, is orderly. So he has taken his grievance into Court. He has sued the love pirate for $50,000 damages, valuing at that sum h»» wife's alienated affections. Are the affections of such a woman worth that much? If vou were a juror sitting on such a case, what would be your idea of a fitting award ? THE LESS pa* you use, the more you pay. it reasonable? Yes, it isn't. An Unheard-of Case WE hope that Judge D. I. Cunningham, of the supreme court of Arizona, enjoys his vacation. He announces, with pride, that the Arizona supreme court calendar is prac tically clear and that, with no state precedents to guide, this new court has decided many cases of far-reaching importance If we were to advise Judge Cunningham that a clean docket was one of the results of having no precedents to euide he's probably lawyer enough to declare that we don't k«ow' what we're talking about. Rut we'll wager the iudge something that ten years hence, when lawyers get a chance to haggle over the precedents he's now making, there 11 never ■■ an y clean dockets in that Arizona court. What a grand opportunity is possessed by a supreme judge in a state that has just got its first supreme court! No running through thousands of leather-bound volumes, lest one do something that some judge, returned to years ago, didn't do, but an untrammeled pow»r to drive thr stakes of substantial justice as honor, conscience and righteousness would have them. Uncle Kitchel Pixley wires from Mogadore: "Ornery old Constable Seth Beardsley is miasm* agin. Scth em pi red the 4th of July ball game between the Mpgadore Mastodon Brass Hand and Thomas town Amalgamated Ready Relief Coal Miners' Society, and was true blue to Mogadore every decision. Reports is that distant prayin' and howlin' is heard near .the leadin' mine entrance at Thomastown, and Moga : dorc's armin' to rescoo Scth from the bowels of Summit county." If burning 700 men by Bulgars, in presence of their wives and children, is a feature of war between Christians, we guess that those Balkans had better go back to fighting [ infidel Turl^ EDITORIAL PAGE OF THE STAR "Ev'ry dog may have hi* day," KaM Willi* Fkt. a»kance. "Hut I have looked both urar and far And never aeen one* panta." • • • A Pennsylvania Good Tim#. On Tueaday there will bo a plrnte at th« Center cemetery. K«fr>' body U Invited and ur«ed to be present. The ladle* ar* re<jn«eted to come wlih w«ll filled baaketa and the men to bring tooU and com* jifej.ared to work at ftllln* ttp KTavea and aettlnK up tnmbatonaa. —Qro*« City (Pa) Reporter. The Beauty Hunter Her HinU to Other* n.fCAfUNO TIIK UK IN Bid y#wr circulation of the vlcloue o«»iaon« In the blood and your mortifying akin complaint! will dleai'pear I'lmple*. liver apote and aallownees. lack of «ner*y and appetite *lve wa) abort* ly when thia ■ Impl*. old-fa"Monad he me.made tonic (a uaed I>la« »lve I ounce kardene S teactip n<ar and yj pint al< «hol and a l w»ter ,to make a full quart Tak* table apoonful before each meal and be fore bedtlm» to iiAvr. vnmi. uvnrmmm IIAIK If you »I«"w dandruff fo n main on the »<*aip It will euraly kill the hair Falllfiflr hair le almoet alwnyi mt)f*4 by this evil The tnr|. v|Ml * MVI IMUM moat practical for ruff* f dandruff and brittle hair, an well a« « betghtener of th# nwtur.il color end producer of luatre l« mad# from 1 ounce ouln «oin diaeolied In pint #ach of Alcohol and w*t»r lae once or tw|r» a week by gently rubbln* Into th« roota MA KINK KTn* HIIIU.IANT Sparkle dep4h e»r*n*th and **pr#« •ion accompany th« »•* of thia eim l»|e *»y*» lotwl which a! no lm- railevea Inflamed. w»ak or nn.artlnir • and U aapeclally helpful In ra»«» of granulated ild« I >l«»olv»» 1 ounra rryatoe In I pint < knr watar and put * f»w drop* of ithl* »ofthln* tonic In itrh »ye daily. Ton r«n «r*»t cry»to« from »ny dru km\*i WIUNKI.K RiSIfOVRR llemova wrink lea and ke*p the face and mnooth at v«rv liftt«» cr»et by makln* at linrnn and ualn* regularly thin *reaa«»laee \ *Vtabl«*a J*lly icream. which <loee not (row half, fi+r from vour druffgiat 1 ounce itmoi')ln and dleeoive it In pint r f>M water or wlt< h battel. addfnff 1 trn«poonfu!« of glyrwrin** Htlr and let eland one da> Apply to wrink led MrfiM en! ItftVf InrottfH alffht, jthen wiiah off and ii»« m"r« of the cream «• a maeaa** Thle treat - ment will remove and prevent the m'>«t ohetlnate wrinkle* or flnent rrnw'i feet. while • •ff*»nlnjc the ekln to n velvety t*jU ur#.- Advert l»e - ment - MOST AN Don't Look—Listen! Bofore buying W»t«»r Front lnvr»tl*at» VENICE On Balnbrldge liland Albert B. Lord Northern Bldg. If You Have a Piano in Mind It will be d«cld#dly to your ad van'**') fo rome h«re to majen tb® purrhMo. W» will iihow th«t hHiidn'miMt Inntriinirnt* nvar bullt thr>»« of th* *wn«l««t ton* and moat p«rf»*ct inuatral quality. Th«t b«at play»ra unlioaltatlnxly tndoron thaaa planoa. and thalr rapntatlnn la aerond 'to nonn. The prloPß art low and th« terma ran b«j to ault the clr cumatanena of the buyer. JONES, ROSQUIST & KILIEN Seattte'a Home Piano Dealer* 1910 Third Avenue. Chonn Main 3121. THE STAR—WEDrtftSDAY, JULY Ifi, 1913. SKRVKD HIM RIGHT! You Have to Find Out for Yourself. BY BERTON BR ALEY. Now Adam moat probably kuew Much morn about life tbau hla BOD, Hut I'll warrant lila aon anorted, "Pooh." When father told what ahould be dona. Like manr * boy who I* brlitht, llf aald. "Tha Old Man'a on thn Shelf Well h« learned hla father waa right. Put he bad to find out for btmaelf And ao It ha« gou* down the year*. The young ever doubting the old And *ufferlng aorrow and tear». Itecaune they refuao tu be told. Kach glrl~oh, you couldn't tell her Kach boy tu > wise Utile elf. And ao, aa waa bound to occur, He had to find out for hlmaalf Through trouble and aorrow and pain W» Rather the llttla we know. And then when we try to explain Our children Just laugh aa they go You laughed at the worda of your dad (And you've paid both In worry and pelfi And you'll ft the aatno deal from your Jad. For he haa to find out for hftiv ■elf a • a You Bet It Wun't. 0U YOUAS HADAhP Oft ft IT A pjcnit? T«erwtAiirwEMa_ AND KUCVE niltf no PICNIC!!! Quick, Easy and Positive Cure for All Foot Torture The fotlowln* la aald to ha the , aureat and qul'keat rura known to! Ac len<*e f»»r ail foot atlmenta T»U •olvt two t ableapoonfula of Cain clda compound In a baaln of w«rm water Honk the f««et In th!a f«.r fullr fifteen minute*. *en?lv ruhMnir the Kirt pATtA.'* *fhA Affect la renily wonderful All ■ oreneaa Inafaritly the ffrt f e»» | delightful Corna i't I < allonaea can ha pee|*d ilffhl off It arlvea Inifnedl rtte relief for aore hunlona. • wraty, amellr and Aching feet A twenty five cenf t»o* of Ctlorldr la aald to I." Huffli Irnl to 'lire u.a wnrnt fert It worka through tl e pore* and r«>mnT«« tha calm* of t*;e trouble I»on'» wa»ta (lm* '»n un certain rimwllM, Any drtifffflat hue (,'alortd* compound In ato« k or he r*n icat It In a few hours from hla *holea*|e houaa. ? OR. U R. CLARK, O. O. ft. WE NEVER HURT A BIT Killing* that. atay In, crown* (lint atay on, plates Hint fit perfectly, lirldgework that ao almiilntc* the nutiiral teeth na to defy detection. It'a the high-grade mnterlnl lined (ind the adentlflc manner In which <• It our work la Inserted that ac rounta for It* complete depeiidahll lly and •ndurlng <|iinlity. People who let iiM do their dentlatry luive comfort, natlafnctlon nnd Rood 'eeth. Our work la flnwle** and trlctly guaranteed f'nt rate price* nlway* prevail In thla office. VVe will make yon an extra heavy $10 Oold Crown for $1 on or one of our regular $10 NeverHllp Plato* fftr $R 00, WE QJVE GAB j Regal Dental Offices Dr. L. R. Clark, D. D. 8„ Managar 1409 Third Av., N. W. Cor. Union NOTE—Brlna Thl. Ad With You irsrojtJ Police Mim No duet. "Glva no alarm!" tha bandit* growled. The chink waa aore afraid The copa come, tbo* ha hadn't howled. You ave, hla pigtail braid! • • • Soma folka howl about the coat of living Jnat becauae the price of gasoline baa Kune up. • • a The clerk of New York'a criminal r. iirm nf'er M>| • little adding haa found that In the paat alt or •even year* three or four tltnea aa many *lngla men aa married men ' '. . convicted Kay what you will of marriage. It *harpena a man'a wlta. a a a A commercial traveler, walking up-town from the King ■» ataUon waa approached by an urchin who aaked for the job of helptnit him carry hla »ult canea. The boy'a face and hand* were black, and there wun't a clean thread In hla do* he*. He waa ao dirty be waa Interesting 'How old are yon. my boy?" a*ked the c. t. "Twelve year* old," replied the ' boy. i ' Oh, no, you're not.' *a!d the c. t "No boy could get aa dirty aa you ; are In twelve year*." • • • A Ileacon Hill brute told ill* wife he had bought an "enclo»ed elec trie" for her. to be delivered the ne*t day It proved to be an elec tric fan fitted with a wire guard a a a "Eat, drink and dont worry," la the advice given by a New York centenarian Hut In theae day* how I* a man going to get any thing to oat and drink without worrying? • A • Jack Bpratt could aat no fat. Hl* wife could eat no lean; And »o. In atimmer tlpie, Their foodatuff all waa green. • • • High Pralia. In speaking of the place aa adapted for tnualcal production Frederick Stock, conductor of the Chicago aymphony orchestra, anld: "There aeetna to bo no flaw any where 1 went over the building and listened from every [>o|nt, nnd the cauaflc* are perfect."-—Kaiamg r.oo (Mich.) (laxetto. • • • Well, Bay Something. Kdltor Moat Anything Some time ago you printed bright aaylng* of Seattle men'* wive*. Why don't you print aome of thn bright saylngv of Seattle woiikii'i hunbanda? -C. 8. • • • An apparatua Invented by a Pari* *clentl»t hatchea chlckena and pro tect* them from all microbe* until they reach a desired ago. Stenographer Is an Heiress LOR ANOKI.RS, July 18.—Aftir pounding out folio* In the county recorder's offlco at 7 cents per folio, and working lon* hours each day to support her seven children, Mrs 8. A. T. Jones, a widow, awoke today to find herself the possessor "f Investments and secur ities worth more than $1,000,000 and a vista ahead of care free days with her children. Mm Jones was notlflnrl by cable that a brother, from whom she had not henrli for a decade, had died In Dm Antipodes, leaving her his m tire entato, without condition. fthe resigned. New Auto Runs Away A InurliiK cnr, belonging to R. M lliirh<livl<>, tint unoccupied at the time, nlld down Columbia hI. from Third av , climbed over the curl), nnd craahod Into the Mailer build ing. ltnKHdal<>, who lives at 1024 Franklin av. t bought the car only the day before. It la practically a total wreck now. Approve# Neabltt Slorlet. Kdltor Thu Htar. I wiih glad you printed the anlcln about Evelyn Neabltt. I know tlmy will do u great denl of good. It would b« n fine thliiK to print them In cheap I form V. M BIRD, 3103 Fremont Ave. Thank* to The Star. Kdltor The Htar: The aetllernent [house board egpreaaea It* sincere [thanks for your generous courtesy In giving M inurh publicity to ll* recent eiruralon on the Victoria, which helped ao materially In lla Hiicreii We are Indeed atipreclnllve of your klndneaa and lnicre*t In our I work. Hlncerely your*. EVA M ARONHON, Hery j Kick From a Bluejacket. Kdltor The Hlar: WlahlDK to bring before the public the great In Jukllco being done them by private parties and boat companle* who have launchea for hire, In charging them exorbitant price* to bring them to vtalt the warahlpa In the Heattle harbor during the Potlatch j celebration lam aendlng you thl* letter with a view of making thei>c • rraftera" come down u little In their price Krom what I can aa certain the people In PorMand I < barge hut 1 o centa, while you In j Seattle have to pay f.O cent a for 'being carried to the *hlpa In view of thla, why not have the city hire the*e boat* and carry tbs paaaengers free of charge. or at a reaaonahle rate, or el*e provide a aultahle lw-rth along*ldn of aome pier where theae "ir raft era" ran not matin »o much money. A» thi« rttliena are paying for the maintenance of thea« ahlpa by tux atlon. II »eem* th»« ■ great Injuatlr* In being done them by having to pay nuch a fancy price for a five minute l«>at ride *hen they wlah to vl*lt them. A IIU'K JACKET An Inttrsating View of th# Japanaaa Qucatlon. Kdltor The Star The ".Japane«e Que*t|<m." u treated by W n O. In your Umimi of the 11th 4nat evi dence* the prevailing Inrroranre of tho natural law underlying the ru<'lal dlfferenr-*, which are lr reconcilable. b«tw»fn the while and race*. nor will the usually descriptive word* or phra*>-a l>e un deratood to eiplaln the ■Ituatlon. li I*. for Inctance. Insufficient to *ay that there is no •■■lmitation t*> PLAN NEW ROAD Plana for tha ronatructlon of a railroad Una from Ar*o to a con nexion with the atreet car Una of the Puiiet Pound Traction Co.. at 12th *r. 8, near Bailey at. have been announced by the Oregon- Washington Railroad ft Navigation Co. Th* p'irpo»«> of th»> nrw line I* to ar<-ommo<lßt«' tho pr«-iwnt *nd fu ture Industrial plant* In [)tiwaml*h *all«y It In th* plan of thp rail toad company to open tli« road to oth<>r line*. th«« lln« t>«<ln« a com mon «»«•»■ track / Opens Tonight With the Following Extraordinary Program Featuring " The Tiger Lily" In Three Reel* A Beautiful Scenic Reel Two Corking Good Comedies "Manfredoma, "folding a Trnt" and Southern Italy" 'When Love Loses Out' Permanent engagement of , nnn , „ Louis Dimond, the unequaled « Opera Chairs all on concert pianist. °" e Hoor—largest one-floor The Colonial Quartet, a lit- picture play hoiwe on the tie better than any other. Coast. ALL SEATS 10c. CHILDREN sc. DOORS OPEN AT 7:4S—PERFORMANCE AT 8 O'CLOCK Fourth Ave. and Piße Street The Editor's Mail tween the two races, living In one country. It muit he men to be known that where the oriental an ilea, not only will others of the auine race gather around and con atttnlly Increahii that settlement, but as they Nettle the white man leaves, and aa the yellow man spreads and advances, the white recedea and d!s appears, which make* It certain that with the coming of large nuin bers It must result In the white man being driven from his home and perhaps hln country too, snd thl* coast becoming orientalised The real question Involved la, Shall thie country b« all white or all yellow? It doea not matter If There is Comfort In knowing that you can obtain one tried and provod thoroughly well adapted to your needs. Every -womai who is troubled with headarhe, baekarhe, languor, extreme nervousness arid depression of spirits ought to trj tfteechamZ &UU (Tlm Larv«t a# Amf M*4Um in tU Wmtd) and learn what a difference they will make. By puriftftnf the system they Insure better dlgeetW, sounder sleep, quieter nerves, and beatow the charm of sparkling eyes, • spoUea« hM complexion and vivacious spirit*. Thousand* upon thouwanf women have learned, happily,that Beecham'e I'llls are relldHU£ The Unfailing Home Rem* I SoW IRUim, 10c.,25<. TU jktrtiwM with etcry bet v»l«ubU *o »'■»• , JWi jira/rE CLOTHES I ■ We make It easy fnr you to dress well for this H H week's festivities. Anything you want on credit. ■ ■ A HANDSOME SOUVENIR I ■ absolutely free with your purchase. ■ I3M-545scond Am, N«or Union St DIiAMfQ Mm** »ft» Mf«, nrinii «». r HvlvLu nMitlng wllti «r SefWrtaiaaU. . Iff nalL Amity. ><«at* la a4nu^ RATES •*" ■« " ">1 w*. fs.es. VI/ rmrrimr, to rttf, u« » meaik the .Japanese urn or superior to us Nor lit It a I<ie«ilori of "national honor" or "pocket b»ok)i to uphold an W. H (> h >H tt lam amm admirer of thu Japntiene and d<> not think We superior l'i th«*TTi In any respSct; In deed In the manor of dvllHstlon, f think thern superior to u* In leverai points. It would alao be a grackm act on our part to turn over to Japan the Philippine li landn, wh'H they belong Thla would alio relt** n* of much embarrassment In *%taln. Ink our poaltlon In support d tti« Monroe doctrine. 080. VENAIH.E SMItH "y.