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WOODHOUSE-GRUNBAUM FURNITURE CO., INC.
August Sale of Grass and Fiber Furniture Our entire line of Grass and Fiber Furniture, consisting of Chairs, Rockers, 1 ables and Settees, on sale at prices that are beyond compare. The following list will convince you of the values: ts7 50 Table for 81.05 $<>00 (Iran Table fur 85)1)5 $8 50 (ira>.s Table for 85.05 $8.75 Fiber Table for 85.80 $"00 l iber Table for 85.1)5 $7.25 (iru>H Rmkcr for 84.H0 $4 75 <ira<«t Rocker for 1it.340 $8.00 (Iras* Rocker for $t(.!ts $12.50 (".raw Rocker for §8.45 $4.50 Fiber Rocker for 82.115 $8 50 Fiber Rockcr for 85.05 $6 50 Fiber Rocker for ..8-1.70 0 $5 00 Fiber Rocker f«»r 811.35 $875 Fiber Rockcr for 8.V.M5 BCi ,J'c»!d*n wax flnlah: haa 1 ■ V,j* HT Tare* and I amalt draw ■ ■ H«J art and lar«a plata mlr | ror. r»«ular prl.-a 114 Jo SOII4 Oal« China CToaat. I baa bant vlaaa aldaa 1 aad ansait mirror on J»li I—s I » tap. an axeaptionally r>..lid Oak Datranport In tha (oldan •eed valu* rorular or fumrd flnlah. eovorad In a «ood *7 ... «rada of oh an laalhar. r««ular prica $10.75 $23.75 - Criinbdum Furniture QD'm 416 To 424 • Pilcc wTtrect* fee Ton Credit Wt Ctorge No Merest OMANS HEMMING IN NEW BASE OF RUSSIAN ARMIES ■RUN. via The Hague. Aug. U. -Tie new Russian base of Brest Itotik Is now being hemmed In the west and southwest. ttvuctng from the southwest. S» toft win* of Field Marshal Von tetanies i> army Is within 30 tta of the stronghold. Tit Bavarians, pushing on from I* west thru Sledelc, have broken 4» Slav resistance and crossed the iokt-Konstanttnov within 40 Mm of the Russian fortress. TW main assault In the opinion t ■Ottarr rrltlca will be deliver*! If the Bavarian* n»y have swept rapidly east "rt since the fall of Warsaw, and 4s the Russians have delivered ■water attacks, they have been •W back steadily. Latest reports state the Slavs QUA GOLDMAN IWXMM turrklal. I.rrthrra at l». W. Hall. MM im.i *»». »„ AtetST IS-23. ferula Tailgkt. "Kre» \*m e." Mi» Blaht. •*»." WOm Mr orrCR o* voi n DRXTAL «OHK ®* •» any Dental office In Seattle, "* their prlr*a end advlr*. then JJJ to me end learn my price" and ' can do for you, by * careful "••"nation without char*» Samplea of my work, then *** Tour work done hr whom you My gurtntr* la not qnes- J$* n »ventngs unttl * and Sundays *"> ' for people who work Bdwiji j. bhown. n Seattle'* Leading Dentist, JW-TIJ Klrat Avenue, ITnlon Blk ATTEND TO YOUR TEETH NOW Whli* W« Ar# CUTTING THE CUT RATE PRICES *wr $3 rwiov r>e*TlMT*—sesvt like at, r«n«r of Third in Wa oee nnthln* hut tha beet materlala aad suareatee a pleealn* an< last ■a raeuit for a pari .« of II rear* All work guaranteed JjUaaa Slum, BO? SI.ROI Heavy Oold Crowaa M-OO gMAlior rilllf.* m.BO to t2.5< Selld Brlfl«e Wut §4.(Mi ■■ataae Kitntrtlng Free. ] Seta of Teeth •..OR.OO >»< JS.OO ®«awi!n»iiiifia Eetlmatae Free. I.ed y Attendee la fklO.N Dr.wriST*—Co*. Third aad rtka. Eatraoee aoavi Pike M. are again to retreat after having been sharply repulsed by the Ba varlana to a new attempt to check their advance. The (all of Novo Q«orglewsk. the Isolated fortress to the w*»t of Warsaw, Is now expected at any time. CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 he stopped laughing, and. bla face all blacked and d«ul>«d. the effect was so comically lugubrious that, when he taught a glimpse of him self In a mirror, he laughed again Can't Find Old Theatres "It's funny and it isn't." he said. "If you get what I mean. This afternoon I went hunting for the old theatres I uacd to play In. and I couldn't find tbem. That part Isn't funnv. "There was the old Orpheum, a one-story building, and It used to stand at Second and Madison Snlllvan A Consldlne owned It and Tom Consldlne was the manager "Then there was the Star, later the Tlvoll. and the I<ois. run by a man named Shannon When I looked for the I»ls, I fourd the Melbourne, a moving picture house "I played In them all and in all the ten-twent'-thlrf houses tip and down the coast. Yes. and In 'store shows,' too. Newer Oot a Meal *Wa gave continuous perform ances One Fourth of July In Se attle I wore out the stub of a pen cil keeping tab on the perform ances. I put on my act 20 times that day. "I had to eat the way a cow grazes. Between acts I'd run out, still in black-face, and get a sand wich, and run back. I used to eat anywhere from 10 to 20 sandwiches a day, but never a meal. IMdn'l have time. "The thought. tCiat got me to laughing Just now, tho, was about one time I played at the Grand theatre In Belllngham. My partner and I had an ant. In which we shot dope Into an old selling plater which won the Derby. We had to rent a different horse In every towif we. vlalted. "At the Grand there were three August Sale of Bedding % food tlm# to raplanlsh v«>ur •fork of lie.lllng ae our ftMortin*!)! i« ii•» w uiomt eompltti ir4 pii«e« th» towaat. quality couil4*r<td Pl«»neer 8llp«. 4le9< Inches. **tra r:ood oiittllrv blMchtd muslin. frea rom *Itr»mnK Uo value*. for 57 C Kxtra good quality Blea'td TtiN,|na4« «»f go«>d quality moalln; 41c •*tln Hoi spread*. ?3xM InrbH, In good patterns. *samed. f«»r $1.50 rs*ft4, e*tra good quality Comforts, filled with rclt«4 cotton, covered with limv) *«<»»*n m t»iu«* brown and gr»#n 12.10 # i qc values. for %\ olnsn Itlanksts. *Etra fin# qual lt> in Mum tana, army and pi plaids 70 e •«» *ts« til So £0 QC *uiuM. for wfc»oo |f*nur only Whit# Wool blanket* una of the best grade* in the «lty cu«r*nt«i*il Ell wool with pink and blue border* slightly Sotted re*u lar pr! .• S | qj • pe. Ul •ao (M s«amlsss Aimln»i. 1 Hug* Smith's beat ir» U 9812 visa, large range of patterns In the naw coloring*, only 11 of th*ae OM sale, special. while #91 71? they kit #6 I * ZD dr»aalnic mom* about thr«w» fr*t aquar«, with eonoK-tln* doors, but no hallway \\> had <o k«<<p tha horae In (hn dr<»a*ln* room* M<- wa» Jua! lonic »no<i|(h to rearh tbrti on* drvaalnx room and half way thru tb« r.«xt "So. »b' o I ! had to bark the horse Into my partner's Al Jolscn room, and when he dressed he had to drive the horse Into mine. The only way to escape from the dress Ing rooms was to get down and crawl between the nag's legs front. If you were In luck "I used to be very fond of butter milk, but a visit to Snohomish cured me. There -wa* a fair there, and I plaved In a store show. We visited a buttermilk factory. They Removed 'Em All "There wa* a vat of buttermilk with millions of file* havering over It and swimming In It. "The manager explained that the file* didn't hurt the t /itermllk, be cause they carefully removed them before sending (he buttermilk to Seattle." Jolson wai a rambler. Me pur sued a vagrant way aero** the con tinent, landing unknown and broke In New York. Ml* rollicking fun noon brought him to the notice of the manager*, and In a season be wa* famous. PLAN BIG PICNIC IN SEWARD PARK Seward park will have a big free for all picnic ne«t Sunday, under the auspl'-e* of the Italnler Valley Klenta committee, which entertain ed 15,0fMl people In the valley re cently with a program of field and water a porta, ha* been arranged. Pe tition* asking the city to Improve tho park will be circulated Germans Go to Relief of Turk OPED DP DRIVE X BALKANS At Bucharest and Sofia great alarm la fell that a new offensive against Serbia will lie merely pre liminary lo an Aiutro-Uerman drive thru the Balkans to relieve Turkey. This. It Is feared threatens the national r*lnt<-nce of Bulgaria and Rumania and the governments are watching developmenta along the Dauube with the utmoat anilely. The Creek and Serbian parlta men's met today In w hat may prove to he the most Important sessions In their history Their decision, which may be reached possibly within a fortnight will probably settle the fate of the Balkans and e\ert the giostrst Influence upon the future of the war. The Kumantan crown council alao met with Kin* Charles at Bucharest yesterday In an Important con ference The Greek parliament has before It Premier VenUelos war program, while the Serbian* at Nlsh received !« report from Premier Pachltch on •he negotiations Involving the c*d jlnc <>f Macedonia to H>ilgsr>a In re .turn for the latter's partlclpatlon In the war . Espect Both to Join Alllss Seattle Agents ior"Quxk Hear* Ranges pesplte contrary reports from Nlsh, diplomat* hcrr hfll»v» Serbia I* ready tn make the necessary concessions to obtain Bulgaria's aid. The •lll** are also hopeful that Premier Vrnli»lo> in Athena will Iwt t<> overcome th« opposition to tjre«« e making the nn-*u>rr concessions, thus removing the last obstacle to gaining the opening wedge In the Balkans for <rnrr*l participation of the [m«»ri If Dermany eipects the Turk* to hold the I >srdanriies. th« kaiser mutt get ammunition to them at any cost. To Get What They Can Rumania baa refn»«-d to permit the transportation of munitions thru her territory and In the prop aratl»ns for a new assault u|*Vh Serbia dlplomata »e# also a pnaslhle attack upon Rumania The f"«r of such an ■•Mull. II I* believed. may influence the Balkan* to accept such concessions «• < an be galr,e»! at present and Join lho allle* with the hope of gaining more by nharlnf In the rapture of Constantinople. TEUTON ATTACK FAST WEAKENING (United PreM War Eiperti NEW YORK. Aug Ifi The Oer man offen*lve In Poland I* being ef fectlvely checked on both flanks • nit Indication* are abundant that the Teutonic attack I* weakening Eleld M.-irahal Von lilndenburg. particularly, la not doing the work to which he waa assigned The Ruaalan* have rallied In ex ■ eptlonal atrength agalnat him, not only because h« threaten* Rig* and the Rattle coast, hut aI no threaten* to laolate Petrorad should he be successful Shortage of ammunition I* now bumpering the (iermana Novo Oeorglewnk and Kovno con tinue to hold out. altho neither of thru? fortresses ha* the resisting power possessed by Antwerp. The Teuton* are unquestionably storing their new ammunition to re alat a possible offenslw on the weat. TURKS DRIVEN BACK IN DARDANELLES ATHENS. Aur. 16.— Having ef fected a Juncture with the New Zealand forces near Gaha Tebe, the Hrltlslt reinforcements landed at Silvia bay sre now preparing for an assault against the Turkish forts. On the shores of the Gulf of Karon*. Hrltlsh artillery demolished rows of enemy trenches and the Turks were thrown Into a confused retreat. CAPTURE MILE OF GERMAN TRENCHES I'AlttS. Auk 1R Capture of a mile of trenches between Hern haupt and Ammertxwlller In Alsace by chasseurs who wrecked the Herman forces by exploding mliy>. and then chitrged the crumbled works, was announced by the com munlrjue today. PROMINENT GERMAN COMING ON TUESDAY Dr. (' J. llexamer, president of the National German-American Al liance of the United States, will he In Seattle Tuesday, lie will speak Tuesday evening at x o'clock at Turner hull, and on Wednesday at the Austrian-Hungarian society's picnic at Fortuna park. More than 2'iO.flOO German Americans belong to the alliance of which he Is head He was re-elected president at San Francisco recently. STAR—MONDAY, AUGUST 16, 19)5. I'AQE 5 ROME, Aug. IS.—With tha bombardment of Belgrade yaa terday and tha maaalng of large Auatio-Qerman forcee on the Serbian frontier, tha belief wae expressed today that the proapectlv# new offanelv# of the Teutona may throw tha balanc# In tha Balkana In favor of the allies and Involve Bui garla, Rumania and Qreec# In the war. Th# attack upon Belgrade and preparatlone for a new a#- aault upon Serbia ara regarded as coming at a critical time Parliaments Meet BY J. W. T. MASON POVERTY, IDLENESS, HUNGER, DEATH, LOT OF AMERICAN LADOR, SAYS REPORT The Manley report which the United State* Industrial relatione commliilon hae juat ordered submitted to congraaa, daclaraa th# following to be th# condition# of labor and Industry In Amarlca: Of th» rnllliona and mllllona of worklngm#n In thla country, ONE THIRD ARE ROVERTV STRICKEN Thirty aavan par cant of wlvaa and mother# of worklngmen ara forced to do harjj work th#m##lv## to help keep th# wolf from th# door. Flv# hundred dollara par yaar la tha Income of half of the wage earning father#. L#ae than $15 per week I# tha wagea of two third# of the adult mal# work#'#. Nearly half tha woman worker# earn lea# than |A per week. 1 hree or more par#on# occupy #v#ry #l##plng room In 37 per cent of th# workar#' home#. Bablee of tha poor DIE THREE TIMES AS FAST AS THOSE OP THE RICH. Nearly 20 per cent of the SCHOOL CHILDREN of thla country are UNDERFED and UNDERNOURISHED. One out of every 12 corp### In N#w York I# burled In th# pottar#' f I* Id. Economic preeeur# fore## two-third# of all children to leave grammar achool before graduating, and only 10 per cent flnlah high achool. Tha "rleh," 2 per cent of the people, own 60 per c#nt of tha wealth of tha nation. Sixty-five par cant own I### than 5 par cent. Industrial condition# ar# responsible for our BIOOEST CRIME problem#. Labor and living conditions In thl# country ar# auch today that Immlgranta only coma from Italy, Ruiala, Auatrla-Hungary and other "backward" natlona of Europe. ■aall M. Manlay, d.ractor of reaearch for the United States In duetnal commleaion. Hla report, which waa drafted after two yeare of the most careful research by a large ttaff of expert government In vestigator*, hae been ordered printed and eubmltted to congreaa. INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION TO TELL TRUTH IN REPORT Staff Special. CHICAGO. Aug 16.- Congress I* | going to know the truth about la t>or condition* In thl* country! After daya of etrenuoue fighting | In "aecret" the progressive faction of the Induetrlai relations commis sion has whipped the capitalists and "neutrals" Into line AND THE RED MOT MANLEY REPORT HAS BEEN ORDERED PRINTED AND IT WILL BE FORWARDED TO CONGRESS WITH ALL ITS TER RIBLE TRUTH AND DRASTIC RECOMMENDATIONS. This finally was agreed to by unanlmoua vote of the commlaaion. The progressive*, Chairman j Frank P Wal*h, J. R. Lennon. .lame* O'Contwtll and A. R fJarret ! son. won the victory af'er days of ! fighting In "aecret" nesslon*. Three Reports Made The capitalistic anil 'neutral faction* of the commission were violently opposed to the report be cause It had "teeth." The fight to choke off the Manley report apllt the commission Into three faction*. And three "bob tailed" report*—plainly labeled partisan— will also be forwarded to rongre**. One will be by the employera' representatives: one by Prof. Com mons and .Mrs. Harrlman, the neu trala, and one by the labor repre sentatives, with Chairman Walsh. IT ALWAYS PAYS TO SHOP AT Frye's QUALITY Markets Tnewlay Specials: Washington Full Cream Cheese ICf* (mild) Iw Choice Steer Shoulder Steak Choice •« C r Mutton Chops... | v Choice Steer Of* Boiling Beef 9 Choice Steer 10f* Round Steak ...10*' Choice Shoul- 4 Al* der Pork Steak.. |£2 Anchor Brand 4Am Bacon I If Fresh Eastern QAf* Eggs vV Look for U. 8. Purpla Stamp It alanlfl** purity and quality. Shop* Open Until 6:20 !*. M. The big fact, however. Is that the Manley report In Its entirety will go to congress. Here are some of the big points, other than the reporta on general conditions In Industry, which go to congress In the Manley docu ment : Ask Quiz of John D. Congreaa will be asked to sum mon Rockefeller. Jr., Mackenzie King and Ivy Lee to appear and give testimony they refused before the Industrial relation* commission It points out the appalling menace of "private armies" maintained by huc« corporations, and calls for suitable legislation to abolish them. It points out conditions which CAN UK OIRKCTI.Y LAH* TO THE IK>OR OK THE ROCKEFELLER INTERESTS It declare* that the Rockefeller foundation Is supported by money withheld from the workers and will recommend legislation that will curb or break It up. MARINES LOST IN GULF STORM WASHINGTON, Aug 16—Two marine* of the battleship New Hampshire were swept overboard and drowned during a storm In the Gulf of Mexico Snnday, the navy department announced today. The iiiimi lout »frr> HERDIE RAY of Mississippi; JOS. KOBIN SON of Ohio FEAR FOR BACRAMENTO NICW ORLEANS. Aug. 16.—The gunboat Sacramento was located by wireless today. The vessel weathered the storm which swept the gulf and Is safe. Fears for the vessel were entertained, following the 60-mlle gale which swept the gulf last night. The Sacramento Is cn route to New Orleans from Vera Cruz with the Hrar.lllsn and Guatemalan min isters aboard. EMMA GOLDMAN TO GIVE TALK TONIGHT Kmmn t}oldman, the anarchist, will talk Monday night at 1. W. W. hall, 20R Second ave. S., on "Mis conceptions of free Love" She spohe twice Sunday. FAINTS AND DROWNS SPOKANE, Aug 16—The sight of two glr| friends st niggling In Ihe water at Liberty lake In said to have caused the death of Fay La Hue, 16 Becoming alarmed for her friends. Miss t<n Rue fainted and sank In five feet of water yesterday nfternoou. KHIAniIMNKI) ilTft yH nc Woulhwick Hlor* npin from •a. m to • p m. rtally Hrcom* Avt. oa4 l'lk» #t. Continuing the August Sale of Muslin Underwear TODAY started our August Sale of Underwear, and the response wan must gratifying we have offered hundreds and hundreds of new Muslin Underwear at very special prices. There are over a hundred styles of fiowns priced special at 9!s<*. Gown* Priced Special S* at $1.50 and Up to $10 /J Envelope Chemises, Pet- ! L_J \3/ \ ticoats, Drawers atid Bou- _A doir I aps, of soft, sheer T/. v\ fabrics. I'lam styles an<l | //- K ■' //'| beautifully lace trimmed ( A L rwi I or embroidered garments / at a wide range of special x In all of the lines you will find that smocking is much in evidence and is extremely popular. Ir The Crepe de Chine Underwear is extremely dainty There are (iowns from $.1.95 to $<>.95, Camisoles, Envel ope Chemises and Petticoats, all specially priced. —Third Floor. 760 Pairs of Women's Silk Hosiery Formerly $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00 Reduced to 75c THIS Sale offer* unusual Silk Hose values, and rep resents broken lines taken from our regular stock— in this instance, broken lines means that there are no blacks. Onyx, McCallum,^ - me^ Italian Silks are colors. Hose formerly marked SI <)0, $1.50 and $2 00 re duced to 75*. r,~r. MacDoug all-South wick Second At. and Pike St. 2,200 00 IN AT JUKI BEACH ON SUNDAY It's a wonder there wasn t • tidal ware, that all! Approximately 2,200 persons went bathing at the Alkl municipal heath Sunday. A total of 18,000 liersons went to (he beach. Roland Cotterlll, i>ark board sec retary, believes Alkl beach will pay Its way this season, for the | first time, because of the rec ord crowds attending. Field exercise of coast artillery of Puget sound to begin Tuesdsy at Port Townsend. Guaranteed Rupture Holder On 60 Days Trial Won't Coot You a Cent if the Two Months' Test Doesn't Prove All Our Claims Away With Worthless Trusses Like These Tou can make a thorough pro re-It -tn you test of this ixwnuilrH rupture hold er without having to risk a slnicle cent. Wall send It to yon for #0 days' trial practically lend It to you that Ion k just to let you s*a for yourself how It takes all the misery out of being ruptured. If It doaen't keep your rupture from coming out or bothering you In any way— In aplte of any work you do or any other atralne—then It won't coat you a penny Tha Only Thing Good Enough To Stand Such A Test You know aa well aa we that a mare try-on Ilka at a drug atore—can't poa elbly prove whether a truaa or anything •la* for rupture Is going to do any good Neither la Juat a few daya' trial a aafe teat A truaa or ao-called "appliance ' may eeem all right the first week or ao, and then turn out to he no good what ever. ltut you can't poaalhly make a mlataka after AO day a' trtiU And thara la only one thing of any kind for rupture that you can get on buch a long trial Only one thing good enough lo stand •uch * long and thorough teat — That la our guaranteed rupture holder - the famoue Cluthe Made On New Principle The Cluthe is so radically differ ent from everything alea for rupture that It has received 111 aoparnte p«lenta. Made on an absolutely new prlnrlpla far more than just a truaa It hail io thoroughly proved Its merit* In nearly 100,000 c«aas that eurgeona In the t\ « Army and Navy and physicians in all parts of the world now recommend It Instead of advising operation Will Bav« You From Operation A rupture can't possibly be relieved— can't even be kept from growing worn— unlese protected agaln«t all uraini and •oust ant ly kept from coming out. Just TO TRY FOR RECORD ABERDEEN. Aug. 16. —Martin Frederlckson, local motorcyclist, will mako a second attempt to ride to Chicago and breik the world's croo-country record, he announced today. On his first attempt he met with a serious accident. He will leave next Sunday, Union Dye Works (Inc.) eVKRVTHIKG IX CLKAKIMQ AMI OYEIXG riaat and Office 10111 AVK. AM) K. UNION »• » broken bona can't "knit" unleaa con •tantly held together. An>l that la the rur» of wearing elastic or aurlnir truasaa—not one In twenty ei<-r holda •uccaaafully—they aooner «>r later itak• operation Kha-Ouiety necaaaary In stead of preventing It. But remember. the < luthe i. guaranteed to Hold -ai d It wont coat you a cent If It doean't. And In addition. It protlde* the only nay r\rr >11 rrc.l (for »"r,„mln« the weakaraa which la the raat cauae of rupture. It doea that entlraly -- Without any attention whatever from >ou And haa thua brought complete recovery In thoiiaanria of caeea that aecim.d almost hopeleaa. and haa aared thouaanda of peo ple from having to rl»k their life under tha aurgeona knife. No Belt. No Leg-Straps. No Springs The fluthe (lom s\v«v entirely with the curie of w earing belts, le« straps and spring* People who have trle.l It mv It la as comfortable na their clothing And It la water-proof - will hold In tha hath Also peraplrat lon-proof Kasllv kept clean. Get World's Greatest Rupture Book Don't aend any money—don't take any rlak, Juat write for our frea book and find out all about It Thl» sensational hook -cloth hound. 9# page*. ;o separate article*, and *S photographic Illustration* —1* full of facta for the ruptured nexer before put In print. V shows why elastic and spring trusses ar.« m crime -how they ate the ruptured man* worst enemy why the law should ■top their sale It expos«>« the humbug "appliances." "methods." "plasters." etc. It ahow■ why operation for rupture enda In permanent wrahnma or death oftener than In complete recovery. And It tell* all about the fanioua Cluthe Gives name* and addreanea of over 6.000 pe<>pla In all parta of the country who have teated 1t and voluntarily endorae It. And tella how you can get It on 60 da\ *' trial, and how little It coata If you keep It Simply uae the coupon or eay In a lettef or poatal, "Send ma your book" -that will take only a minute, but may be the mean* of fraalng you from all rupture troublea for the reat of your life. THIS BRINGS IT Box O*4—CLUTHE COMPANY ISA Kaat lid Bt., NICW YORK CITY Send me your Free nook and Trial Oner. Name Address