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BEGINNING JULY 1
THIS BANK WILL PAY A% Interest on Savings HTHE AMERICAN SAVINGS BANK & TRUST COM * PANY announces to its Savings Depositors, and those who contemplate opening Savings Accounts, that, begin ning July 1, the Interest Rate on Savings Accounts will be Advanced from QY Compounded Three Per Cent to /0 Semi-Annually A The Tcudencv of All Valuer i- I'pward The Faming |'"V\er uf tlie Hol lar of the Man Who Saves Should Increase Accordingly. We \\ ish to firing This About and to Encourage I'hrift in Those Who Wish to Save We have determined on this course July hir-t is At Hand as this an nouncement aj>j>earv We Will (live Credit From July First <<n \ll Savings Deposits Made in Thi> Hank During the Wee' Kndtng July Sixth Remember the Dates—July 1 to t>, and let your New Saving* Vo mit al ways remind you <>f it May it be the Date and Certificate of Your Stu< e-»-» in Life. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS J A. MURRAY B. n UIT3N MARTIN WOIJMON Ch«lrm»n of the Hoard Secretary IXrr<"tor J C. KORD J. P OI.EASON J K BPSH ntrwtor President C«*hlrr W. J JOHNSTON Dtr»«'U»r OEO B. RAKBR A. T DREW E j. WWBBTER Vt«e Preddtat A»«l»t»nt Ca*ht»r Director AMERICAN SAVINGS BANK & TRUST CO. American Bank Building Second at Madiaon CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $700,000 OHHST CHURCH MB HOSPITALS BET COM ttl« charitable aoaorlatlonii R diarrhea are th* chief iwpe [SartM nuMd In the will of Mrs. .nh Ackerson. pioneer of Wash Aon. who died In I*>s Angetee •fc 14. Her will was riled for JmM here Friday, afternoon. «e John Walter Acker*nn home orphans, on Merger Island, la ■M residuary legatee. The es rained at $35,000. The Seattle 4 Beginning Days Tomorrow Only mm 1 Kl- Tantaliz- Mystery V * Love Story —IN— 29" Thrill after thrill, suspense upon suspense, nnd Interest building Into a highly-keyed climax make "Apartment 28" a dis tinctively original photoplay, with spectacular surprises which would spoil an evening's entertainment were It told you before hand. To aee It is to talk about it. M. GUTERSON'S FAMOUS RUSSIAN ORCHESTRA MUSICAL PROGRAM i "Premier Amour" By Benoist "Thaie" By Massenet ADMISSION 15 CENTS CLEMMER "i*j< ■ . Seattle's Best Photoplay House Children'* Orthop«-<llr bo«i>ltal and the Seattle Chlldreu'l home each are to receive $26,000. while the Pulmonary hoeplUl at Rlvertoo l» to receive $5,000. The Klmt CkVCk of Christ, HrlentlaU. of the rltjr I* named for $S.OOO and the Fourth Church for 110.000 Documents written on paper made from asbestos fiber, with inks from the nitrates of Iron and cobalt, have withstood a red heat for two hour* without helnic dam aged. BOTH BRITISH AND GERMANS ADVANCE *FST WklU lit# VfrlrM|w ar« rightin| 4np#fal»lr I* n r '« e»l» » h hartini !>■• I»<| Iraoe* •< «h» Iniull IT" . """" Th * '•♦»"•»»» Wl»« l»M b, IS* ItrHUh. kal arc I h# I wiifh r»r»hW U *' l •Wiinnlß# np«ri» „( ri ( hn n( rnrmmtxi « nf n ilrll(.r. .. ntiiVT ArttMarj arlit it ? b rvp-r<«4. while llrni.l. men » >H*'kl»( Hrpoa* .1 Ho> »l. rWI^TS-qaM. It» lallnl rraM I ..ai< Kin PARIS. June 30—Picked troops, driven forward In per. haps the most savage attack the German crown prince has attempted In els months, suc ceeded in penetrating the French firet line trenches near Verdun over a front of nearly a mile and a half last night, but were driven out. Fearful losee* were Inflicted on the attackers and the net gain was a email bit of ground held on the slope of Oeadman'a Hill, according to the official report. An evidence of the German fonrentratlon. KO prisoners, taken In this flghtlnic by our fori os. lie longed to four different r-r,. nents." the statement said "Northwest of Perny th* enem* renewed his attacks at night Tw.i ngainst (.avovelle were aecon: panted by liquid fire In very live ly fighting, the attackers obtained I t footing on a battered salient i there. "West of Hill 1104, a French counter attack retook trenches 1 lost jnsterday. "In the Champagne, went of N'avarln Karm, « strong German raid was repulsed." The fighting around Verdun Is In the same sector where the o#r mm crown prince yesterday tried to break thru In a violent general of fensive. ED HA6EN JURY FAILS TO AGREE Standing nine to three for ac quittal, the Jury in the case of Patrolman Ed Hagen, charged with bribery, reported disagree ment at midnight Friday, and was discharged by Judge Gil liam. The jury went out at 2:30 p. m. Ifagen. who was Indlctcd by the county grand Jury last rail, was al leged to have accepted $10 rrom S. G. Peterson 111 return tor pro tecting him rrom arrest ror having 360 quarts or liquor In his posses sion. I'eterson. on (he stand, wasn't mire that llagen was thy policeman he gave the money fo, altho he said "If looked like him." Hagrn aworc hr wan at Sunny dale with 111* wlf<' and her alalcr, Mra. Mary Vanderllp. on lhf> day Petfrnon raid he bribed him. Hoy Sold 56 Houds Robert Heffrrnan, aon of John T. Iloffpnian, president of tb" Hef-, fi rnan Knglno Worka, will recelw tbf apt-rial war merit hadK<' for ■ aelUnn the «re»teat number of Lib erty bonda of tbo Koattlfl floy ' Seoul* lie gold 6ti bonda. THE SEATTLE STAR 'MRS. WAUGHOP CONTRIBUTES TO i DEATH OF tIRL Startling testimony, which may lead to th# filing of charge* agalnat aevaral phyai- Clans, developed at tha coro ner* mqueaf, held Trlday, to In veatlgate tha death of Mlaa tlliabeth Davenport, 20 The jury found that Mia* Davenport died at the raault of an illegal operation performed at tha Uueen City Sanitarium, i-*Ol P. Madlaon at., conducted by Mra. Nellie Waughop. • Deputy Proaecutor Carmody la Inveatigatlng the case. Coroner Tiffin taatlfted thnt Mra Waunliop timl told him Wedne*<lny that her patient* were ulmuat all ! of the «ame da** Plnda Her 111 I didn't tnkp Klltaheth* i - ***,' Tiffin 11 not Ml Mr* Wauttliop, 'he i ati»e *h« hadn't paid m» for my : i-aro of her after an operation In November.'" In the pre*enre of Dr II II Can field and IT Tiffin, the woman, ar , eordlnK t" Tiffin, ailmlttml that a trio of deb tor* m-n' moat of their patient* to h«r The tentlmony of (»r. A IV Hem mlliKtoii, secretary of the State Drititsl a«»o<Utlon, In who*e office* In the tJr<M-n bultdlriK Ml** Driven l*irt worked. atlded to the weight of «vldence aenlnvt Mr* Wnimlmp "I took Ml*a Davenport from the sanitarium lo my office rtunda) itvenhiK and at tbnt time abe »a< •o *ick thai I took her home almoat Immedlatelv," l»r Krmtning'on aald Gjrl Make* Accuaatlon Ml** I».iwnport w»* needed at the offlre b*e«u»«' of «tetu>|rraph|r work maulilng from the association meeting in Tacoma la*i woek. I»r XemtnlnKton aald lie had been away from hi* offlcr. mini of the Week l>r I A \\"*lchbrodt. who attend •'il the girl before »he dlsd at Provl jdence ho*pltnl. awore that In the pre*ence of one of the Slater*. Mlaa I hi»en port told him 'Nellie did It" Wtlaon Davenport. MIT llth ave, the ctrl's brother, told th* jury that »h« Imd had an oi*r*tloti performed ■ In November, an dlhat he l«>lleved It had been done at the <jue«n City sanitarium SPANGLER ELECTED HEAD OF COUNCIL J \V Hpanxler *** elect ej chair man of the ne* member*' council of th* Chnmtwr of Commerce and Com merclal t'lub. at It* flrat meeting Friday Thr council la rompoaed of repmu-ntatlve* of the rarloua bual aeaa and profoaaiooal group* In th* nrcsntMktion H T Tt*mm 1 Wif» LONDON, June 10.—With Irresistible force. British troops swept on closer around Lens today. Gain of a mile over a total front of four miles was re ported by Field Marehal Haig "As the reeult of attacks." he said, "strongly organised de fensive systems on both banks ef the Souther river, covering Lens, were captured." ''Our whole objectives were gain ed with slight loss and with cotisld erabie enemy casualties "Positions of great strength, as well as tarfi-a| nnd strategic im portance. are ours "Additional reports confirm the success of the I.ens drive " I tattle front dispatches declared •he t;»rman« were centering Ihelr < efen-e north of the railroad lines iiortljemt. of Avion If the HrlUsh reach this Junction point, the Ger mans will be cut off fn>m their lines to the south, and the city It self Isolated eicept from the north east. TOO WEAK TO FIGHT Th« f ntfte-back' man was really nrver <lown-and-out. Ills weak ened condition bscausn of ntrr work. is'-k of iierciiic, improper eatinit nnd llvina, demands etimu- Ifction to satisfy Hi.' .-ry f..r a !»»-A It t>-«l v ln«c appxtltc nnd the re ;. r i. .' n *. -""•ntisl to strength '*<»!. |i MKfi.M. Mitsrlein fill l "ap aules, the National Itemed? „f ||~|. land, will .lathe work They are » underfill! of theiie < apeule* each .lay will put n i.ian on his feM before fin Itniiwa It: wh*th> r his Iron Me comrn from uric acid poisoning, th' kldnsys, Kins el or "one in tbe bladder, stomach de rangement or other nilmi-nlia that befftll th' oyer zealous American l.'nn't welt until you are entirely di.wn-and .lit. but ink.- them today • our <lnik.;ist will Kiadly refund >"UI Tuoney If th. y d" ii"i help v u Mn' mill ll.no pri |„,x Accept in. an (lit 11 tit en. I.ook foi th" name fIOLI' MKDAI. f»ll .TV ho\ They arc th.- pur", original. Imported 11 nar Inn fill Capsules, IHi > u|»* and guaranteed by th' fiwl Drug Co Don't Neglect your stomach. Keep it strong and well. When food disa grees with it, strengthen it with BEECHAN'S PIUS Lar ( «t S.u ml Aar M.dicia. talhaWarM. Cold narrwktr*. In boas*. 10c., 21tc. pHnSBE9B9 Sour Mnmarb, " W ff 1 P g j 1 I nillqrwl Inn and |aJ p n II p In the vlitlii'H'li I mtlui relieved Aba«»lut»lf (Jiiaranleed. •>..1.1 by llruKKlat*. By parcel pent, prepaid 50.- an.l ft. NK.l.l,l*riilUM I IIK«I( Al. 11!) K 11.,11 j at.. Ilryiacbaiu, Wtak. A BPTTISH OFFICIAL W WAR PICTURES ® B BATTLE OF SOMME 9 ■ Taken From First Line Trenches . W You will never realltr either the awful grandeur of the war, the desperate ferocity vHBj with which it is being waged, or the frightful toll it takes of human life, unless you see W MM these Official Government-Made Pictures. I In them you will see the Battle of the Somme, with the actual fighting along the R i » first-line trenches; the gallant American Aviators, of whom many have won war med- f d tfcvrT als for brave deeds, while others have lost their lives; the American Ambulance Corps ■Hf in action; and the Crand Fleet in the North Sea—the most powerful assemblage* of V ■ great fighting machines ever mobilized. ■ I I —We will have on 4 m B I kkV W A• I V * HAMILTON H Wffj I eXniDltlOn ft dIS~ I who was in the battle of the Somme, will H I f 1* I lecture on these pictures. ■L I play or war relics ■ _- m mm W I captured in the bat- I STRAND M B I tie of the Somme. I , . T " EAT * E ID Bn ■ ■ Saturday, June JO, to July 7 IK OXMAN TO FACE SEVERE GRILLING I itltnl I'rr— I«mmI \\ tr* HAN FRANCISCO. June 30.—At t. rnayi defending Mr* Itena Moonny in her bomb plot trial to day mad* arnuiKement* to op«n up thf question of the voracity of K (' Oxman. now under chame* of ktibornatlon of perjury an n re sult 1 of hi* part In the trial of t homaa Moonny. The stale ha* named the defense to prepare to see Ox man placed on the stand Monday. Oxman'a testimony will conclude the c»*e of the state. With the prosecution practically completed, some 160 witnesses heve boon examined In the three •»i>ek* of testimony und -200 ex h'blts, ranflnn from nhotuun* and maxim silencers to *oolal corre spondence have been Introduced. GREECE IS MOVING AGAINST GERMANY Ilj I nltnl rr»*» Mir* ATHENS, June 30.—Greece moved rapidly today in action against Germany. All Creek diplomatic representatives In the central powers' capitals were recalled and - all Greek army chiefs were summoned to Athens for conference as to best utilization of the army. It was confidently expected that Germany will respond with a declaration of war. The full war strength of (ireece is about :if)0,000 men, according to best dala. Practically all of this force ha* been mobilized /or two years. The army Is formed under the compulsory service law, and Is generally regarded as well disci plined, altho not as well equipped is necessary for effective service. When Venlzelos resigned as pre mler under former King Constirti tine and established Ills provisional government ut Salonika, a large force attached Itself to his stand- SUZZALLO NOT READY TO FIRE GERMAN PROF Citizen* of the University district hive filed a protest against the lecture delivered Monday night by Prof. Fred erick W Melsnest of the d»- psrtment of German, on the subject, "Germany It Faust, and not Hamlet." - Many person* who hoard the lec ture say that they could hoo little connection between Or. Mrlsnest's topic ami hi* comprehensive re mark* on (irrinan efficiency and It tnllectual achievement. They de clare that the lecture wa* largely I ro-Oorman propaganda A conference of business and professional men of the neighbor hood took mi the matter with President. Henry Sur.zallo Friday niKht. It wan the opinion of the con ferees that Dr. Melsnest was "dit»- tinctiy iinfortunnto" in making statements that could be miscon strued at this time. I'rof. Suz/.allii stated Friday that In general tin member of the fac ulty could retain Ills position If It could l>e proved that lie had mailt* seditious statement*. lie declared, however, that while nil the evi dence was Dot before hltn. he wan i.ot convinced as yet that I»r. Mels r.est had made any such state ments In his lecture. The flreek military and royalist party, however, continued to con trol a majority of the arnteil forces. II will probably be several month* before these two factions In the army can be united anil made read> for active service. The personnel of the (Jreek army, however, is ol the highest, many of the soldiers be Inn veterans of the Balkan wars It appears likely that Ureece Will throw her forces Into the Macedo nian campaign. reWstng several hundred allied troops now there for nervlce on the Western front This would arouse enthusiasm In Oreece, as one of the main cause* of unreM was former King Constan tine's failure to keep his pledges to aid Serbia H. G. WELLS* IDEA OF GOD K*v Sydney Rtrotur. of the Ann* fonrrenat« hurrh. \s 111 rcvifw Mr Walls' "Clod. thf» ln\inlbl(* Klnfj." Sunday, 11 a rn Be popular— I clear your skin with | Resinoll Doe* a pimply, unattractive I •kill shut you oN from admiration H and pleasant association* ? " Kach time you cleans? your facc with Krsinol Soap you give it a " beauty treatment" with the soothing, healing Resinol tuedi catmn. I f aided, in severe cases, by a little Kesinol Ointment, this usually leaves the complexion naturally clear and fresh. Alldruttiit. .all HgUnnl Soar .nd Oim mf nl. f<.l »ampl, of Hch. Irrr. wttta In l>fpt tl-N, Rninol, Haitimnrr. M.I PALACE HIP Contlnuoun today. 1:30 to 11 I.n*t } Prince** k*. "TWntffat Time* t \»ni|»lro Daam." Kay I mln r H»rr»ti and Glrb. Hoar Other Hig Ada. Pholoplaj, "The M«ci( Mirrnr." Afternoon#. l©r. Eve® and San., lir Special Excursions Only 25C ° n, y Every Sunday p - AROUND SEATTLE HARBOR See the (ircat Shipyards. Dry Dock*. Flouring Mills, I'ort t'ommission Torinln ulh. Immense Ocean 1 kicks, Hathlng Meachea, etc. Great Panoramic View S. S. H. B. KEfflQlf. LEAVES COLMAN DOCK 4:10 P. M. Return* S:IS p.