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ANDREWS ON JOB F \V Andrew*, president of the Seattle National banfc Is one of tho 15 veniremen summoned for fed eral Brand Jury service, benlnnln* tomorrow lie Is one of th" cpiar tet of prominent business men on the panel, the other* beltm Theo dore N Mailer. Charles H Fry and Frank -tobst. This Jury will be the first pre sided over by JU d Ite Neterer. It is expected that four secret cases will be heard by the Jury, atul one In vestlgatlon made of a companv for using the malls to defraud In a stock Juggling proposition similar to the late IV l.arm concerns ANGERS 6ISHOP The teaching of sot hygiene In the public schools »'»i strongly protested In the 111 Rev l.dward J. OTVa. biahop of SmIII*, at the formal dedication of the nsw paro chial school of the Dominican fath era. Sunday. He denounce I such teaching aa damnable. "Qod and nature teach the grow- Ins child all thnt ia necessary for the child to know of Mich matter*," the bishop said. Alpine flowers will be grown on Mount lialnler Prof K S Mean* of the I'nlverally of Wasnlnitton has received 115 kinds of seed* of Alpine flowers from l>r. Ed K1 sc h er. director of the botanical gar dens of Heme. Swluerland Some of these mountain flowers have never been (frown here before. Every Woman Can Dress Well and A WEEK V Com* In and ffl Mfm 9*l*ct your nc* clothing when VTbI tha ylaa »r# MM ■IIS lh«» vary n«*w- wB iIIB ♦•t and pay a W llr little eafh r W waak r XKW Ttnourn »MT« %M> C©%T* \ow nr.ini 1 NATIONAL t J OUTFITTING CO. I SECOND AVENUE PANTAGES HrsliaJag Sallarr T 7 Walter Vssisis>% ifaHtlaaal -nr. »ht Ttntons !»»■ a GRKIT riTT- Cfcaa. RHIIr. Iwml Irbk t(s(». lir as 4 Me. Odeon Theatre WAffTKD BY THr. POf.lf'ie In Thr** Kerin THE \DVKXTI RKI OF J %<*(»:« In Two Fiwl !!♦». i'Uf nn«! I iilur Where Shall I Go for first-Class Dental Work? Go to the Boston Dentists, Who Have a Reputation for First-Class Dentistry. #If your teeth are aching or you have cavltle* In your teeth, or If you have mlaalng teeth thit you wlah replaced, or If your gum* "" bleed readily, or If yon have pyorrhea, you cannot posaibly do better than consul the Boaton Dentlata, at. 1420-22 Second av„ opposite Bon Marche Theae dentist* have been In thi. location for over 11 year*, and have turned out mora atrictly high da** Den tlatry than any office In the Welt Even the Dental Profession will admit that. No charge Is made for consulta tion and advice. Oo today and see the lloaton Dentist*, at 1420 Second tv, opposite Bon Mar he. s.bout your teeth. You won't be sorry Meat Prices CUT TOMORROW. TUESDAY FRYEsCO.'S MARKETS At Follow*: Choice Mutton 10 I #* Chop* I Choice Breaet of "1 - Mutton I C (Our mutton ie of a euperlor quality. Try It.) Choice Bpare 1 Q' _ Rlbe I L2b Choice Bhoulder 4 C Bteak I JO Choice Breakfast jC, Bacon, stripped I w(i Fancy Ranch Eyfl». QKp per dozen uuC Look for U. 8. Purple Stamp It signifies purity and quality Shops open until 6:20 p. m. Adolf Was Careful to Get "Somethiimp im\ Cotton" CITY 1914 TAX LEVY TO BE 20.13 MILLS I'nless the council makes further' unexpected reduction*. (ha I»»vy for th«< city in 1914 will In* 20 1.1 mill* based on last year'* ■ui'itnl tuluu tlou of 111J.1t29.04S In 1913 It was 15 47 mill*. 14 In 1912. IT 90 In 1911. lS«s In 191" The Initrwr I* accounted for by (he adoption of the double platoon system In th«< fire de|>artmcnt. the establishment of the lub*milMli sanitarium at Klrland. the retire ment of bonds In « five year term, and unusually large condemnation Judgment* >4,288.905 I* Needed The total to be levied for I* |4.2 X« 'in?,, ns rntn|*tm| with I' 131. ST3 The total estimated expenses nre 17.459.1140.11, but the amount for which a lai levy mutt lie made Is reduced Iwaiitw of the estimated HONOR MEMORY OF OLD CHIEF SEATTLE The memory of Chief Seattle, for whom this city la named, waa honor, ed Saturday afternoon at Suquam l*h. on the Indian reservation, with a mlsture o' Indian rites and the white man'a ceremonial*. Canned speeches by President Wilson, Sec of the Interior l.nne and Commissioner Abbot were de llvered via phonograph The natives chanted In mournful tones, beat tom tom* and danced Th>* Till kum* of Elttaes gave the p«*»c» sign at the grave of the friendly chief Ty«« Roger* made a speech In Chinook, which wa* tran»lated by the chiefs «on. Jim Kwye. and w»s CANAL IS OPENED PANAMA, Sept. 1— Following the removal yesterday of the laat remlining harrier at the I'arlflc end of the eanal. dredge* tomorrow will atart to remove th" lost harrier "f the Atlantic channel When thl* work I* finished ships may navi gate to the lock* from both end* The Pacific barrier* were blown tip by an electric *wltch. which «u turned on twice yesterday, first at 9:30 a. m. and again at 1:30 p. m STORM AT OGDEN OGDEN. I'tah. Sept 1 Dam j age of $20,'"<1 wa* dofie here by [electrical storm and cloudburst, i which swept Ogden yesterday, flooding scores of retail and whole sale house* Lightning atrurk * grocery store, melting the solder In hundred* of can of vegetable*, and spilling the content*. SUCK IS IN LUCK I*APORTE. Ind . Sept I \fter 1R year* of roaming about the roun try »n>! hearing no word of re stive* Otto Buck of Importe accidentally met a coualn and learned that hi* i father had died and he was heir to a $12,000 estate. Several Impostors , have tried to get the property. Buck j la now here. 96 EN ROUTE TO SEATTLE The Nippon Yusen Kalsha liner Shldzuoka Maru left Yokohama Thursday, one day behind schedule, carrying 9B passengi«rs for Seattle and 36 for Victoria. M. E. Durham, deputy superin tendent of schools for KlnK county, took the oath of office an county superintendent, to succeed A S. Burrow*, to which he wan elected a year ago, Saturday. THOUSANDS COLLECT STAR PENNANTS Collecting pennants has taken a great bold on the reader* of The Star, and some wonderful codec tiona are being gotten together. A coupon Is run on the front page of The Star each night, and four of them, clipped from The Star for four consecutive days, when pre 1 Rented at The Star office with Ifi ' < ents, entitle the presenter to .« large 36x l.Vlnch pennant that ordl tiarlly retails for at least («."> cents Since offering pennants to Its read ers, The Star haw Issued many thou wands of the following pennants: Potlatch, State of Washington, I'til verslty of Washington, State of Or | ejgon, California, Ohio, llrltl*h Co lumbia, Michigan and Minnesota pennants Kach week a new pen nant Is Issued. This week the Idaho pennant I* out. A few of the back pennants are HtIII left on hand for those who are Just starting their collection. If you have not taken advantage of the exceptional | offer The Star Itt making Its readers, you should do so at once. revenues to lis derlved by Ihe city from various source* amouudng to 13.1T1.M4.91 Three new Items of expense will brine up the county tax levy to ap proximately 930 wills In 1814. These art' Mother*' (tension*. $'H.- 250 new Klrklnnd ferry. $100,000; Stuck river control, f 1 T >o.ooo The levy (his year wa* V* mills Few Ash for Less. County Treasurer H&rna. Vsees* or I'arlsh Prosecutor Murphy, Char Ity Commissioner llaniia snd Judge* Humphries, milium and Smith a*k for less money durtnK 1914 than their departments received In 1913 The remaining offices either a»K the lime or bIKK'-r allow un e» The state, school district and port levies will. It Is expected. brlnit the total levy within the Seattle limits to over 43 mills responded to by J C Stater of the TUlkum* Slater presented (he chtoftalna with a badge of hot»>rar> membership In the Tlllkum* Slater In turn w«* presented with (wo wooden du< k*. a token of hi* hunt' Ing ability, and with a bow and nr r< w from (leorge Wilson the chit f of police of (h'» reservation. who (hi:» pledged him*elf ( come (o Slater's aid If he were Within arrow shot distance The Wanamaker exiwxlKion. In charge of Ko*su(h tMxon and Major "Jarne* K Mclaughlin, which I* gathering data on Indian tribe*, had a moving picture outfit on the ■ceno. KEPT HER WORD SAI.KM Or", Sept I,—-A search of nearly two I* ended by the finding of the Uwly of Mr* Mary Ootid, aged 6fl, la the Wil lamette river. Mm (itillrl. who had bwn In 111 health, e*cap»*l the vlk llance of relative* and disappeared from her home Aug 19, leaving a note, saying she Intended to drown herself. SILLY, SAYS PAGE. "I NEVER DID" LONDON, Set i 1 Amb*aaadnr Page characterise* a* "*l!l>" the story that the dnrhes* of Msrl borough wa* refit aed admittance to hi* Fourth of July reception and that he Ignored a letter from her I about It. The gossip of society was that ' the duchess of Marlborough, hav ing received a ticket to the ; 'lon, unintentionally left It at home On arriving at the entrance to the reception rooms the ducheaa was held by a liveried attendant, who refused to admit her without a ticket. The duchea* explained her Identity, with no avail, acrordlng ;to the story A aecretary of the < mbas*y wa* then called, but he, ltkewl*e, refUHefl to |>ermlt the ducbeaa to enter. The *tory goe* on to sav that the duchess left and wrote a letter to I ; the ambassador, calling attention i to the discourtesy shown her, and | received no reply. SLAPPED 16 YEARS AGO; ASKS DIVORCE ST. PAtTL, Sept. 1 Sixteen year* ago Peter N Kngstrom. aniyy because his wife had (jone walking with a mutual friend, slapped her face and upbraided h< r severely, she declares. After thinking the Incl dent over carefully, and considering other alleged cruel acts of h« r hus band, she has filed suit for divorce In the district court here Mrs. Rng strorn Is BK years old and her hus band 64. The rouple lived together 40 years. FIRE IN BKOKANE SPOKANK. Sept. 1 Mre of un known origin did damage todav <<s tlrnated at $25,000 to the planing mill and dry kiln of the Dean Lum ber and fuel Co. * # # riKRMN, Sept. 1. Kaiser # # Wllhelm II may soon be In nrd # # In every town In America. It # # developed today that the kals # # er talked Into a phonograph # # upon the occasion of his * # speech unveiling the Frltjof *r monument, during his recent * # cruise. A splendid r«"*vrd * # was obtained. The record * # was for his own use, but It Is # # (aid that be wllfc give permls # *■ slon for Its duplication and * *■ sale. * * THK STAR-MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 1. 1913. DIDN'T MAKE HIM KISS THE FLAG SAI.KM. Dr. .4,-pt 1 It was l>e lleved today that Attorney (»en« ral Crawford, who ha* return® I from llandoti. where he investigated the deportation of I»r n social ist editor, would n-i recommend the prosecution of any re*ldenta of the town The attorney general declare* that, so far as he could learn. Dr I-each wa* not threaten ed aa he departed. "I helleve the affair ha* been greatly exaggerated," he said 'For Instance, | could learn nothing of Dr I a ich having been placed on exhibition, made to kiss the flag' l si. I sing the 'Star Spangled Han i ner.'" GOOD BYE, C. D. Having sold all his real estate holding* here, C I) lllllman has left for Pasadena. Cat., where he says he will take up a permanert re*) dence lllllman hns bought a large estate In Pasadena, which he call* Casaloma. ANNOUNCEMENT ipr. A M Jobnaon, T» C„ on® of tho bant known Chiropractor* In th* Pacific North w«lt, linn com* to H**- Attlo And np#(ifd Inrifn nnd h«nilin»nn»- ly f 111 offlcot* At #12 - *18 Anwrlrnn BAnk Hulldlnff, cor ner of H*cond a fid For tha pA nt nln** y #*A r a !»r JnhnMon tiA* practiced In Hpo fcan«\ linvlnK born n rnfmbir of thi» firm of laJolh & John ft on, wh#rn ||A htil It lip A moat onvlnMn r#>putn- Chronlc AllmfintH lir. •fohnaon treated nnc rAiiafully aoma of the beat known people in Spokane, And tin** on flic nt hln offlm t*i> tlmonlnlM * showing that ho cured thArn of AcrlouA allmcnta of I>r lohnnon In ll conned l»y the Htate III* Office Hour» Are 10 to r». ConmiltiiHon and Kxhruination I r fjfidy Attandant. I'll our lluin for Apyuliftliuctttft. LABOR ■-/? dy draley MRS. LISTER GOES TO BABY CONTEST NORTH YAKIMA, Sept. 1 Mr* Krii<-sl I.later of Olytnpla ha* written that she expert* to be at North Yakima during the lift tor liable* eonte*t, of which »h«> l« honorary chairman. Thl* contest I* io be held during the w k of the Wull lngton State Pair thin month. Kntrles are i*»iirlng In upon the committee by ©very mall, and hundred* of hable* from nil over the Mate will be examined In thla conteat. Any baby from 1 to 4<t month* In a*'' la eligible to compete for < ash prlie* aggregating 1500, also allver trophy cup*. medal* and etiirraved certificate*. Teddy's Butler Steals Jewels DYHTKR BAT. N Y. Sept. 1 — George It Parker, a negro butler In the home of Colonel Theodore Roosevelt, Is today lodged In the Mlncola Jail, where he will "je held for the October grand Jury, follow Ing his plea of guilty In court Saturday to charges of the theft of Jewels valued at IK.OOO In the home [of the ex president When Parker was accused of the theft he promised Colonel Roose velt he would reveal the place where the articles had been hidden Palling io make good his promise, the authorities were called In laMt Wednesday and the negro arrested TOSS BOY IN FUN AND HE MAY DIE KDWARDSVIIXK, 111., Aug 29 Acting upon the suggestions. play fully given by Harry Johnson, a neighbor, that she throw his 6-year old mm. Joseph, Into his arm* from tt roof 20 feet from tho ground, Mrs Kd ward Jatila of Rdw-ardsvlile toss ed tho !nd over tho edge. Johnson missed the catch ?:nd the boy struck a brick pavement and suffered Injuries which may result In Ills death. CITY BUILDS HOTEL BERLIN, flept. I.—Work began today In the city of Dulsburg, on the llheln, of what will be the first municipally-owned hotel In tier many. There has been need of a first-clnss hotel In Dulsburg for some time, owing to the unfavor ably, financial situation no one un dertook the building. Tho cltv council decided last week Hint It would p»v Dulsburg to conduct a munlclpally-owned hotel. The ex perlment will be watched with much Intercut by other cities. . On! of dumt. o««T murk I vih>k> ntul Jul «tiu w»k flllU' tlu* ikk'J «tlitlu«sl limt jpptl I «ui toibitf) l!)t rttv* N»'U«l I wVitKiitli wif rturdw t>W>«T Pnvtlj fi-ll and rittOj ro* 1 Ami fh« hiuil, r*lurLuif **1 Dii>* »■*«**) i*tdiHf frvmi myf till PidiKV.# luui t<'inf>L'f ptiaid Wj-outM 1 ▼lth it it? «o*tttu»f> lmnJ . Pifk iiidtfd wit* r*"wrtid - Jtuufol juwl . tuitl txnit? n onitl tilt' tntirk-t at tttid wtl I. the tillfr of tlu* n*ti. Vn*tn flu- cmdk' to thr pt-rtvo shuaihkil fltnnsili tli«■ nn-fl- a tint* 1 ' Cruihcd (tiul ti-tmiplt-d. hitik-n inmd, JcrvitiiJ> btvjt, but jcrwl lh»' «ot-ft, rv«l .utd jputini ,Tlill I tmikUi. rlill I &Ud. \j Lu tix- wurki ( hod ttiode Up from .»!wv<>i-w' I rito. !>!-<■ run.* unit mmu o(tM. tmitul iv«'* twwt (iwiiiiO to mu >>' l»»*t I wjv/ '.fUtw - but I tun trw! 1 en* blind - but I ton <*fo! I.flu. btuldor. mulfrr, I.tlu. ct*ba faiditiui-hrveker. (fltav qmJ vrt ami clod m> loii(k*. Kaut wbo is Arvufart tam Jam with curinit front!*, u . Anrumt b**«r and omckhl Oods - A AH ttffit ikon 1# uw*tlirm. 1 I iiull toko and ki*p iW own ■j. l^iiiapairawnl. muitmiif, ->£ <*'Tin Ul l^ l tiuuK ' _ WELL! WHY NOT? DENVER. Sept. l.—Win. C I-> 1 'ina. a Denver politician and dl j Vorrwl husband of Mr* Vivien l.v na. who U confined In a San Fran (Irco ! o*plMl, following an alleged! itteri it to carry out a filicide paci with Robert J. Wldney of lx>« An f gele*. wan designated seven! week* ajto na a special assistant ■ to John Kind. President Wllwin's emissary to Mexico, In conducting peace negotiation*. Lyons I* now in Mexico. Mr* j I.yon* formerly wan a moving pic ! lure act re**. She married Lyon* ; here n year ago, They soon ep | a rated. During her *tay In IVn ver, Mr* Lyon* wa* a f imllli r fig ure In up-towu cafe*. WILL BE IN BOX HAN FRANCISCO. Sept 1. —Hue to the recovery from Injuries re ceived In an automobile accident near San .lose Saturday by Juror Wm. II Adams, and his deurmina tlon to sit In the Jury box regard less of the pain, the Camlnettl trial probably will not be postponed to morrow, when It Is scheduled for resumption. At first It was thought Ad una" In- Jury would halt the trial, and pos slbly might necessitate the impair elment of a new Jury. Judge Van Meet has been Informed, however, that the Juror will attempt to be In Ills place tomorrow. IS OUT AT LAST A I.TOON A, Pa.. Ropt 1. —Four- teen years ago C. J. Noel, a locomo tive engineer, embraced his sweet heart. who Is Mrs Noel, and a nee dle which had been left In her.dress penetrated his left arm. It (save him little trouble, but a few days ago he felt a pall) In one of l-.is flti *ers and discovered the needle, six Inches from where It had entered tho arm. lie pulled It out and It will be kept as a memento. NOT HIS JANE! PORTLAND, Or., Sept. 1 — Charged with securing a railroad pass from tho 0.-W. R. A N. Co. for a woman not his wife. In violation of thv Interstate commerce regula tlons. K II Bhlifer, a telegraph op erator of Huntington, Or., Is un der arrest here today. The wom an, whose name was given In the complaint as Jane Hoe, waa also taken luti> custody. Lost xrticlcs are usually found by Star want Ads In the "Lost and Found" column. COUNTY FAIR TO BE REAL "HUMDINGER" Oy the generosity of the people' of King county, through their super visors, the management of the wee ond annual fair, which will start next week at tin- Meadowa, will lie able to present one of the moat elaborate fair* In every department ever held In Western Washington George McKarlane, superintend ent of thi horae, rattle, swine and sheep departments, announeea that entries are quiring In at the fair headquarters, room 440 New York block, and that every department under hi* charge will be replete with prlite animal* Fancy Pigeon Show Charles H Hume'!, Jr. who has charge of the poultry department, has gathered together the aristoc racy of the feathered world and the dlstilay gives every promise of being the largest and most Interest ing ever seen In the Northwest. A fancy pigeon show will be conduct ed In connection with the poultry department. After traveling over the western |M>rt|on of tin- state and interesting the fruit growers of the Wenatchee valley and other fruit centers. Ho mer U Hull, superintendent of this department, fay* the growers are enthusiastic and that the displays In the fruit and flower divisions will lie large and attractive, re pre venting the best In these lines In the Northwest. Merchants to Exhibit Merchants and manufacturers are responding liberally Every line will be well represented In the main exhibition hall The hall. In charge of (i W lxveberrv, ha* been made KLEIN'S SHOE HOSPITAL,6I3-2dOY | NrtT TO HI Tl.ru HOTKI. [ Try-On-Days ''jjjm at the Eastern Beginning tomorrow and continuing _ through Wednesday »«■ have hit upon » <fr * M mu an Innovation t!>at will please every _ ■ m ..n »!i" l« of pretty thing TZT'Jf M,. i Our buyers who hue been J (±\ I searching the fashion enter* of t».« K.i'f ■! and — vlr'^4 the big atork of Reasonable nr< unpacked V -nt' - " and no» on <ii- I'in> We want * * /\ • ' >i■ • i to become ac aimed a yff: ,--■/ \\s I with t! se n"> Kail pr< atlons 1 / w f yj it. Rifcal tailoring and to 1 l '/ \ ! COM In and try then, on to \ J your heart's content Of one 1 ™ jjjfJ \ "2\ thin-' yot] may be certain — -V, t 5 \ you will rot be urged to buy, S\ -J \ but It will klm- \i* UN pIM» I il \ ur» In fling that the most I *0s rV courteous attention lt> extend- V» jl It 3 id Rl B • er, tomorrow \ V > ' and Wednesday. \ L j 1332-34 Set ond Avo„ Nernr Union St FR^E! The Seattle Star nas made arrangements whereby It Is able to offer free, wlm enrh yearly subscription, at the regular prtc« of >3.25. THE BURHAM SHAVING OUTFIT Consisting of — Seven Guaranteed Platles Nickel-Handled Shaving Hrush Colgate Shaving Stick And Heavy Knnrled Karor Handle All lacked neatly In a leatherette case. Thin In a complete shaving outfit —Safe. Simple and Sani tary. Safety rnrors ha*e become Immensely popular In the past few years; thousands of men prefer them to the old style. Aud here 1b your chunce to get one free. Read Our Offer THE SEATTLE STAR for One Year (regular price 09 OC $3.25), together with this Burham Shaving Outfit, for ....yw'"'' THE SEATTLE STAR for Six Months (regular price 00 OH $1.80), together with this Burham Shaving Outfit, for THE SEATTLE STAR for Three Months (regular price CI KH $1.00), together with this Burham Shaving Outfit, for ....y ■•*»*» Those Already Readers of THE SEATTLE STAR and Who De sire the Shaving Outfit May Secure Same by Sending 85 Cents to Cover (Cost and Postage © Word* by Schacfer Music bv MnrDonnlJ a most deHlrable arid safe place. A* ma i' exhibition are coming In from other fairs In the North-' w«-Ht, King county merchants and. manufacturer will i,< put on their' mettle to keep up their end. There 1* yet desirable display space to be had in the hall by ap»' plication at the fair headquarters. GETS PBOPEBTY Adolph A Oust Saturday filed a supersedeas bond of 1100,000 arid secured the release of his property, which hni been turned over to Harrison B. Martin a* receiver, ac cording to Jud»e Humphries' de cree in the divorce case. The Oust cane will now go to the supreme court. The bond was furnished by National Surety To. and It Is for the largest amount ever t'.led In King county. Gust's property, It Is reputed, has a .Otto value. Ernest S Berry, recently employ, ed by H U Polk & Co. of this cit>. and formerly by the Tacoms I.lght and Bower Co., died !n Los Angeles Saturday, as the result o! a railway accident Effort* ar» being made by Attorney Thomas 11. McMahon to locate his relatives, llerry a graduate of Oxford college. England He lived la Butte before coming to Seattle. Want a bargain In a pianof torn* Star reader has a piano to aall! cheap. Uae a Star want ad.