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Too Much
Cloth
Oar store it bulging with New Fall Goods. To
reduce the bulk of this cloth, we ere going to put
on eel.-, for two days, the whole stock of about 500
patterns in Blacks, Blues, Grays and Browns, at
the one price—
I From Mill to Man I
$18
No More—No Less
With a Pair of Pants
FREE
- With Each Order
WE HAVE NO ELASTIC PRICES—JUST THE
ONE PRICE for your choice of any suiting in the
house—Eighteen Dollar*—made to jour order
Saturday and Monday. We use the beet trimming*
in our suits, and guarantee die fit
English
Woolen Mills
1120 First Ave., Near Seneca.
- "There's Music in the Air"
Osl Seattle
Music Festival
TONIGHT
Concert at the Arena—Philharmonic Orchestra, Choral
Art Club, Mrs. J. N. Ivey, contralto; Dance of the
Najades, Verein Arion, Miss Margaret Tilly, violinist,
of Victoria; Miss Lillian Schoenberg, soprano;
Swedish Folk Dances, Mrs. Israel Nelson, con
tralto; Swedish Male Chorus, Seattle Turnverein.
TOMORROW
10 a. m.—Auto Trip across the Lake.
2:3o—Volunteer Park, Cavanaugh's Band.
AT THF. ARENA—At 3 and 8 p. m.—Two of the
best programs of the week.
Prices at the Arena
Afternoons, except Sunday, 15c and 25c
Evenings and Sunday afternoon, 25c to $1.00
'I IIVQ IUKKIHJTI Ol
n in AT
Hfreforile \fl«l t*liaM|>l»ato
dtrontfthone tho hn«ly and norvoe
to loolgt tho exhaustion c*u»sd l»y
h**L Huv * hottlr
nn. n. n.O'K
DR. I VI CI.AM
Just Resd What Mrs. Han
son He* to Say About
Our Painless
Dentistry
Oantl.mon I hn»o »»an T***
gnd t«.tlmonlal. In tha p.paf and
not iur< It waa trua that vou
rv>ul4 pull tooth t>al»loa«1y. Hut
aftar having two »»iy bad tooth •«-
Iraotot without tho Uaat pain. I will
nat (Mr returning In a ahort dm* ta
havo the root of my tooth iym»d
MHK n ir HAHMON
R. r D I Pealabo. Waak.
Thar. la o .tralghlforward .tela-
Mil for r» Mr* lltniiw cunt to
our office 111 doubt >■ to whether wo
could oi t root bo> tooth without
hurting hor a groat doal But It I*
rlaln la bo ooon from har etatement
hat aha waa well .atl.fl.d uMI wa
had atartod on h.r work. Wo posi
tively ran on«t no di perform tha
moat dirrtrult d.ntal work without
hurting tho patlont a hit Tou flood
not delay having nee.iod dontal work
dano anothor day on aoaoant of foar
of being hurt
Wo gtvo with all wwrfc mm ln«
alad gMar at t • • of eatl.factlon, stern
ad hath b j the operator who did Tho
Wark and by 1. It dark U D H.
•wnar' ar>d manager of thla office
who la thoroughly roaponalblo
Toar work will ko dona by a grad
uato. regleter.d d.ntlet, who haa Ma
.ertlflcat. from tha atata d.ntal
board hanging right on tho wall la
front af bla rion'al chair. In plain
eight af all ThW la your <;!*ARAN
TtK that aur dentla*. know (halt
baalnaaa and know It thoroughly
Thla la tha faatoat growing daatal
afflca In tha anttra Norihweet There
muat bo a go d aubatantlal reaeoo
far thla remarkable growth.
Regal Dental Offices
Dr. I*. H. (lark, Msaagee
imm TUN A*o„ n. W. Co*. vim
mmd Uaftea
The Coal That Makes Good
On January 2nd I announced that 1 had found, after a
year's search, the best general purpose coal in the North
west.
I claimed that ACME COAL Rives more heat per dollar
than any other.
I told you that the percentage of a*h U exceptionally low
—only 6 per cent that it does not clinker and makes no
soot These features make ACMF. the cleanest coal on the
market.
After a *ea*on'a t«at by hundred* of Seattle famllte* and apartment
hou*e manager*. At'MR ha* mad* every one of my prediction* ipno-S
Kep«at ordera ara of* dally ooetmaM, and I hava on my order rorot l
a* permanent cuatomars people who have tr*te<] practically rirery roal
•old In Saattle.
Try ACME r«unw>|f Too «*e tt to your pockathooJi and to your
wtf«. IMrtjf ooal make* dirty room*. and no one kn< »» that better than
•ha who baa to tuh and cl»an to keep thine* bright
I*t m« ha*a your order now for ne*t aupplr. A reduction
of 6 p«r <-«nt la made during July on order* for fl*e ton» or ot«v of
bump. Kurnare or Nut It will pro*« a money and trouble aavtni In
watment. lU-rolar bunker prtcea ui> Uimp M.OO. Furnace IS r,O. Nut
»3 S5 and Han of Mlna $3 00.
O. M. LATIMER, MQR. ACME COAL CO.—ILLIOTT 1400
Wrat Seattle Yard, Witt J4»W-Leachl Halflbta Yard, Beacon 2**
Acme Coal Makes Good Always
We Pay
A I •■ ■ 1 You 5 Per
Little Cent ,
\r i* HP A Interest
V acation 1 rip on Every
Purchase
THF ADDFD SUMMER
EXPENSES sometimes pre
\ jjrr vent the salaried man from
v purchasing the clothes he
A > Y /■. should have to make his va
rl \Vy MA ca *' on enjoyable.
I \ Jo / Exclusive Distributors for
\- f fw Bradbury
I 1 In SYSTEM
J \j A \l CLOTHES
l j $20 and Up
\| IMI j Other Reliable Makes
\ 111 I $15 to $22.50
■ 11 Men's Shoes, Hats
|ll and Furnishings
Hk 1 9 Consistent with our cloth-
H\ 1 ■ Ing policy we try a* near as
■ \ I ■ possible to handle lines nf
rl » men's accessories with a na-
Cw vl tional reputation—S tetmn
Hats, Arrow Shirts and Col
lars, Superior Underwear,
J Howard and Foster Shoes, etc.
Open a Charge Account Tomorrow
To Charge at THE EASTERN Costs You Nothing
Extra. It's an Accommodation.
Largest Credit Apparel Institution in the U. S.
s A°r u r
STAR—FRIDAY. JULY 14. '.916. PACK 2
WILSON SAYS HE
IS PROGRESSIVE
WARHINOTON. July 14 T. *•
pre**lng belief that hit party "rep
re*ent* a larger part of Uie pro
gretnlvn pnwtr mid thought of th«
country than any other pnrty,"
Pre* I dent Wllaon today made a
formal hid for the progroatlro vote
at the coining election
In a letter to J f I'nrker, pro
gre**lve of Philadelphia. who had
wrltlm, linking the preeldent If hn
would accept thi» leadership of
profrrn»|vr < of ull partlna, Pre*!
dent Wllaon wrote. In part:
"I alncrrwly de*tre mid hj»e
trlel to th« aupport of all
progrwalve, forward looking men.
I believe, ami 1 think that recent
eipertence him confirmed that tbe
democratic party repro*eul* a
larger part of the progrnMlr*
power and thought of tho country
than any cth« r party, and that It
ran b»> in«d« 'h« Instrument and U
being made the Itmtrmnent of
loaderthlp In the direction which
all men who love Juatlce and prog
rt na muat vl»h to lake
FORTY APPLICANTS for cltl
/nna' papers ore hams examined
Friday.
Albert Hansen
alar and tilvaramltJi
910 Second Near Madison
[ilEilra]
COR THIRD A UNIVERSITY
DRESSES MEN, WOMEN
-iFwtirt
[TOUR CREDIT ISO Kj
29 CANDIDATES
IN RACE BY NOON
First Morning's Griat of As
pirants Enrichea County
by $822
ZEDNICK IS THE FIRST
King county *a. anrlchod
by %M 2 Frld ay morning whin
?9 c»ndldat*» for offlco paid
tho atatutory fo.i for tho priv
ilege of toaolng tholr hat* In
tho ring.
When the audltor'a office opened
at R a m., ItepreaeritatlTe Victor
Zednlck. candidate for ra-el«" tloti
to the leglalature from the 43rd
district, had Juat wind out a per
aotial repr<-H«ntatl*» of Frank E.
Oreeii, candidate for prosecutor,
for the honor of being flrat to file
Crawford White, another candidal'
for proaecutot, wua hi* on Green'a
trail and qot third place.
Thar* U no advantage In early
filing*, aa .Be namea »f candidate*
are rotateil on the ballot*.
Tho heavloat griat of candidate
filed h>lday morning, the firm tiny
of filing, were for place, m the
aucolon court boti. h Thene can
didates are wuip irtlaau. Thare
were 14 of them. Including all of
the preaent Incumbent* The fll
lag* for the preaent Judgea were
mad* In one batch by Deputy
I'ruaecutor Patteraon.
For the office*, the flllnga were
made by .-epubllcan* only There
were aevon for the legislature,
two hir protecutor. two for auditor,
and one each for olerk, ooroner, a*
*e«tor, and *uperlnlend*ut of
•choola.
The filing fee* are on a ba.t* of
one percent of tho aalary of the
offlco for a year, ejeept for leglx
latlve candidate* who pay $10 fll
lug fee*, tho thrlr aalarle* are but
1.100 for two year*.
Among t;.« <andi«i*to* for Judge
are John Mill* l»a>, famous an tbs
man who knocked out the right of
■ tnoklng on atreet c«ra, and W I>
l„,no. leader of progreotl*o legl*
laUon.
The filing* w*r« Id tl>* following
order:
VUrfer I»r<1
dletrlet . r»eek K Ore mi. or
(>t«for4 K Whi«• pt ft 1*
ftnweon rvyroMnitiha oie< dlfUltt, Kl
mor V Connor, auditor. Aihert
•on. Drkiman frtlor, OllHfcm. Jurey
Ma<-hlr>t»er honaM kmitk end Tel I men
for ro livilot u •wM |u4#«e.
W f> Un«k Mpthor »«urt Ml* A I
Hurrott* orh*a| «ttp«rlftton4oal, Oao II
ritmsßiiin. euper 1«r tMfti frenk »l
Vteetck. repreeenteiive 41(1 ilatrifl I"
C N»TIUe. roromf, C '»
h«:m Mil IMd * *
p.. $ * reaveeenlellve •♦♦h 1
Jahr Mill* !>ey rup«r|or rourt, Wt—i W
vi*s« rtfrtiMiiiilte «»»h dJatrtet fruh
H i h rtpfMsMillv* 4«(h tfletfirt Henry
14 u4on> tuju-'f Jeha M Tl»e«ch*r. s*
mmm*r. <.•!>•• a r«nri
<>•« H Coin, euaerter eeurt; Perry r
Th<'in«4 e«««ly clerk
IRISH IN RIOT';
HISS SOLDIERS
OOKK. Ireland. July 14—Soreral
hundred rioter* pnraded the *tre«»n
early thl* morning, booing and hl»n
tng ItrltUh coldler* and *ma»blng
the window* of chief recruiting of
[100. They had prevloualy Inecrlb
ed on the gate and pillar* of the
tar work* the word*, "t> with the
republic."
ttoldlert finally dl*pera»d the
rioter*.
PREDICTED WAVE OF
HEAT ALL OFF NOW
Waatn*rm*n Sallabury Fri
day *mphatlcally denlod that
Seattle wae due for a heat
w*vo and offarod tho proof of
hi* offlco data and Initrvmont*
that th* only poaalblo chang*
from th* o*i*tlng weather I*
light ahowor*.
Thoy may come Friday night,
ho aald. and th*y may oom*
Saturday.
Then *g*lr»—o*», woll, wo'll
**o what we'll ***.
PASS SUBSTITUTE
FOR SHIELDS BILL
WARmNOTON. July 14 The
Adamann hill. providing for the lea*
Ing of power dam *lte* on navigable
river*, waa pa*i«ed by the houae to
day by a vote of SI to 17 It per
mil* the government to reclaim the
*lte* at the expiration of RO-year
fraochlaea by pnrchaalng the dam.
lock* and generating plant*.
This bill waa panxed an a *nh*tl
tute for Urn Shield* water power
bill, which went thru the nenate
n gal net the opposition of the con
servation!* ta.
CONGRESS TO QUIT
WORK BY AUGUST 10
WASTnNOTON. July 14 House
I.ead»>r Kitchen told ProtSdent Wil
son today that he believed congress
would be ready to adjourn by Au
gust 1, or August 10, at the latest
The house will have completed
Its IcftUatlve program by tonight,
Kitchen said
The house will adjourn from day
to ilny to receive conference re
port#.
Mannirer Inrrahain, of MacDoti
gall Knuthwlck. asked the police
Friday to guard teamsters In tholr
employ against pickets stationed
near the alley on like at., between
Second and Third avos. Five of
their former teamsters walked out
on strike after their demands for
a closed shop hail been rofused.
Cooks Wanted
WILLING, SOBER AND RE
LIABLE MEN; TEN
HOURS PER DAY:
WAGES EIGHTEEN DOL
LARS PER WEEK AND
UP; MUBT BE NON
UNION MEN; WILL RE
FUND FARE AT END OF
MONTH'B WORK. AP
PLY ROOM 212 PACIFIC
BLOCK, SAN FRANCIS
CO, AT ONCE.
Sale of the
TONKIN
STOCK
Tomorrow morning at 9:30 o'clock the magnificent stock
of Men's Clothing, HaU and Furnishings of the Tonkin Cloth
ing Company, which was sold last Friday at auction for the
benefit of creditors, will go on sale to the general public at
truly sensational prices.
Sold under the hammer for the paltry sum of $7,500.00, "The c tyle
Shop" assortment of strictly hiph-grade merchandise is by far the richest plum
that was ever passed on to the general public through receivership proceed
ings in Seattle.
Actmg«under positive orders from the purchaser, the stock, fixtures,
office equipment (including typewriter, desks, etc.), must be sold in not
to exceed 6 days and the TONKIN CLOTHING COMPANY closed for good.
Clothing Cut to
"Smithereens"
All those beautiful, high-grade, "Style Shop" Suits, so typical of the Ton
kin store, passing out quickly at truly amazing reductions. Never again
bargains like these:
One lot $15 00 Suits cut for One lot $15.00 Suit* cut for One fine lot of Men's Suits,
quick sale to quick sale to values up to $30.00; choice
$8.85 $10.85 $8.85
All regular $20.00 and $22.00 Men's All regular $35.00, $30.00 and $25.00
f 0 ul "."" $14.85 r , .r. $17.85
$4500 Full Dress Suits (QQ QC Tuxedo Coats, values * A QC
cu t to to $35.00, cut to V ITtOJ
$4 John B. Stetson Hats (New) $2.89
$5 John B. Stetson Hats (New) $3.89
Finest $3.00 Straw -| OA I $5.00 Straw Hats, best d»0 OA
Hats V A money can buy «POoO
$1.38 GLOVES 8,1, .52.89
Si!,S£r.?...B9c 68c $3.89
.. r« „ , —— »I.M Dieas Qlovsa on.
Suit* n ° n $1.89 ftl 89c 15.00 E. t W silk £«> qq
3u.U VX $2 oo [>ent Glove* JJ 48 »«n«"el $2.89
Ona lot of Mnti • FANCY fcr ▼* •
VESTS, value* up to y|Q_ All Umbrellaa and Cane* at 16.00 R. *W. 811* <fcO QQ
94 CO *KJC I HALF PRICE j md Klannel
CONDITIONS ON SALE
Owing to the extreme reductions on Suits a slight charge will be made for any
necessary alterations. Sales in all departments will be final—no charges, no C. O. D.'s,
no exchanges, no deliveries, no mail orders.
I hereby give positive assurance that nrt one dollar's worth of outside merchandise
has been added to the Tonkin stock, not a price ticket altered. The sale will be
conducted along the highest plane until the finish.
S. T. HILLS, Agent for the Purchaser.
The Tonkin Store, 609 Second Ave. (Hote Butler Building)
PUBLIC MARKETS
MM HI KXD
Flv« milk, tif pur« corot, Ik
!b ; 100 Ic, hard *h«tt flour
II 10 —rk. *«rdt*ek. lie rWf p*«rb«a.
100 lai . »turi»on. 1 IN. :N« rod »»>»P
por. I lb*. 7 Ic. fr**h h«rrln« • lb* He.
pot rcut 7r |h , link • At.****. Idc II
rem %••!. l»o lb maewnl. I lb». He.
maearent, bulk. Ic lb . l-ollad ham. He
lb . hnnay-. qt )»r 4? K C baking pow
dor. amall Ir, m«Wlluin Ho. r»rniM»n
oh**aa, iOr. •'an.pMU a coups *■ . Ann
and hammir a«>da Ic lb . Idling aoaji. 3.
< ORNKK
■tall 110. larga 60e pm baking p«w
•lar He. tic «a nof lea, (Or, I 16c p*g«
paneak* flour lie. I 16r pkga roll ad
oat a, lB>r; ragular Ifto coffoa. 17c lb ;
4 100 pkga corn flakaa. 19c, 21c bottlo
rrap» Jutca, He; Iftr root boar. 20c, J 100
ana red Aliaka Mlmon. Iftc; ft Iba. head
rlca. He. JOe ftCngllah ••urn. 10c Mtalla
.. I. ft. 7. ihouMar of lamb, la lb ; lamb
i«. 111 i . rVML M t"
round atoak. lie lb., veal roaat. 10c lb .
pork lolna lfic lb . park roaat, 100 lb.;
« hi-k*r*a, 1* | g |li . No 1 hann « '
Kaeon, Ko lb Stalla 11-26. I larga nna
boat milk Ifto with 1 lb. of bulk coffee.
atarrh. 7o |>kg , 10c cleanaar, 6 for
lOe; 16n aolld park toinatoea. 10c; larg*
Arts rhickan or tomato aoup, I for lie;
100 tar rubber®. ft<* d<>a , largo c»ni
milk. ftc.
HAKITAItY
Stall 4f> lOr jm rubier#. 2ftc Jar
• f*|»«, lie rlof . He gratia anrdlnaa. 10r,
10 burs laundry aoap. 26e, l eang an
i>aragu» ? for ?6c. Imgx naw aalt her
ting 2 for 1 Oo; t nana g«»od aalmon, 25e;
freah ahraddad bulk coeaanul, I2c lb
11ra rholca oyatera. I cana 21'- Stall ft.
l>oat at«ar pot toaat, 100 lb ; No S p«>t
roaat, 10c lb . oholca laan baron, Iftc lb .
'.#»con Jowla 12*40 lb , round ateak. 15c
lb . ataar ahouldar ateaka. 12'» clb fetal la
•il-11, flllat of aalrnon trout. 3 lb® 26c
fiaali aturgaon, S Iba. Ifto; King aaltnou,
2 Iba Ifto Stalls 24 11. cholca patant
flour. tl 35 aark. ft larua cana milk, Ifto
with 1 lb ooffea Mtall 3ft. loaf lard,
lie lb.; aprlng lamb ahouldar. 12 He lb.:
iiotna render «td lard, 12V%0 lb.
rikit puck
Stall IT. I Iba atandard whlto granu
lated atigar, 64c Stall 71. fraah paataur
Irad milk. Ir qt . >0 pt Stall 12, 15c
rollad «»;»la 10c; The ran eocok. 16c: 2
lOc bora beat aoap. 15c; 15c una of beef,
10c, 2 100 cana clounaer, 15c, aolld pack
tomgtnea, 100 can Stall 45. watermelon#
,'Vfcc lb , lamona. l!\c dog.; orangra L'Oc
dog up Stall 1101, patent flour. 91 16
per aark. dallvered frea with grorery
order, 10c cooking aalt, 6c, lie rollad
joata 10c. |6o cana plmantoaa, 10c. cut
I macaroni. 6o lb , corn atareh, 6a pkg ;
?0o e»in paaehaa. 110, dry graen paaa, 7c
Ih Stall 41 round alaak. 140 lb . veal
chopa, lie lb. | pot roaat. Ic to 10c lb
boiling baaf. <o to lo lb.; Uvar, fto lb .
voaU 100 to It Ho lb,
COMMERCIAL CLUB
TO HEAR BALLAINE
John E. FtaUslne, candidate for
congreaa. win be the speaker Fri
day noon, July 21, before an audi
ence of Seattle Commercial Club
members and their ladles at the
club rooms. He will discuss the
Alaska railway case and promises
to throw tome ne*\ lltfht on the
operations of the (ti In
terest*. Monday night he will
speak at Fremont. Wednesday at
t.reen lj«ke, and Friday at South
Park.
I ARMY '™vrf~: i
11. *. la <.o«»d Knonili for t'B R
No It hnier adapted ta raughlng It tka» the Ir
gootU prrpnrrd for t'nrle Kani'a •oldlm. Ul
V. *. AHMI IIARRACK P?
fe[
in* to equal ttnm for com ps|
lovrrnmtnt Blanket Biiict r.Or to 91.M M
»e<l for game. grub. flub tMk«ta, ata. BMPj
Hflffl Khaki Outing Bulta and Uiilugi. /3N ■■
3?l SPECIAL ?TNSI\|J
B/fl MVDDIK*—PIaIa aad I'aary /yr B
Hllr R. Nary, blue flannel ..... fIUV.tO /Ay r\*
B atf I*' * N * vjr * unblaaehad . ..«0e to TfV £ M BB
■ /■l'' S Navy! blue collar, fU. OO t *2.t\o Ay Tl*" 1 "if I.t
JfcfKS' unry white. blue and rr.l cotlnrn #i Y# It'
|T Wo rln a \vhlto navy lanyard free |f Navy Mlddlea
| g Kirk's Army and Navy Store R
I Write for Frea Catalogue te *
1200 Flral \%e.. Prattle
"SUFFS" TO SPEAK
SATURDAY TO CLUB
After completing their oout-to
coa« auffrage swing, Mlaa Nell
Hlchardaon and Mr*. Alice Burke of
New York are acquainting them
selves with Seattle Friday, prepara
tory to their talk on womaa'a rlghta
Saturday noon, before the King
County Democratic cluh.
The women hove tnto the city
Thursday, In their yellow runabout,
covered with 8,000 miles of dust
and an auto bun tal«* of doing 6,300
mile* without a puncture.

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