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in the DEVIL'S DOUBLE An entirely different type ef Western super feature—beyond comparison. ■ - , _ • . . In "The Other Man," his last Fatty Arbuckle - n *; || 10c || SERVICE FUB IS WEN ARTILLERY COMPANIES HERE A aarvice flag, which the bat- Mian will Miry to Franc*, waa pPMMitad to tha four Seattle •ampanlea of tho Coaot art ll lory at tho Armory Friday even tag, linnodiataly following ro treat, by tha combined auxll tarlaa of Componlaa 1, 3, 6 'CM Or. Mwrtn J. Brown An HIMSELFOT BSSfciiWi'ilXS )Ca wtl IMN n< •< teeth (K INN, ar • IIIH Ml IMB VVIII.M TMm pn mm* KNMUM .I'^U,^^ Fov Boors on the Water Tak* p«;aM*i H. a TAOOMA or INDIANA!" >u« At folman l>o»k •n tti* odd b»<ir aftar 7 a. m CmL, pleuont trip to Tfcroma, "the OIJ of boauttful h«m»i " Ma lUlqni; Klnft#, M*. Tmg*i ItaaMl Nxifiiun ('#. fl Ik M' IjL m- ■ Bv f J Dorft let skin trouble moil your good time ftesinql heals sick skins "I can't have any (on I I am such a tight with this eczema that people avoid me wherever I go. And the itching torments me so that I don't ft any peace, anyhow." Don't be discouraged! Even in se vere, well-established cases of ec/rma, fingworm or similar skin-troubles, Kes- Idol Ointment, aided by Kesino! Soap, wuatly relieves the itching at once and quickly clears the eruption away. Doctor! prescribe tlx Staaianl uiimi. All 4ra(- fru Mil jlaainol Oiatntat t and Peataoi Soap Thia Aaaociation la a Waahington Institution for Washington people, operated along rigid lines of mutual distribution of profits. Any amount of money ran be borrowed here upon Real Estate at "low-tide" rates on "Straight" or "In stallment" T.oans. We charge no Commissions or Re newal Fees and we never sell your Mortgage-—you deal only with ns from the time you make your application until you repay your loan you can do that any time in any amount. WASHINGTON SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION ASSETS 56.300.c00 and 7. The men. under command of | MaJ George R. Draw, line i u(> in ! the street before the Armory for the presentation The flag «»* given by girl sponsors of the four ; auxiliaries to MaJ nolle*, of the ad JaUnt grnerfcl's office, who. repre Renting the governor. accepted It on behalf of tho state IW. M A Matthews. In a fervidly patriotic and Inspiring address. then proaent od the color* to MaJ Drever. Frank Oatea woo chairman of the rommlttea which arrange! the presentation. Frank A. Jacob*. The Star's photographer. took mo»l« for The Star Überty weekly. The plcturea will he shown at the IJber ty theatre, beginning Sunday. GERMAN FLIERS BOMBING PUBIS BERLJN. rt» Tendon. July 21 —An I air raid over Pari* was reported In an official statement from the *"*r j office this afternoon. Itombe wer dropped on railroad statlona and military establishments, the state ment said. hit* being observed. Germany It on th« offensive on all battle front*, according to official statementa today. Her armiea are (till aMaultlng the crumbling Russian line* In Gal- Ida and Bukowina, on the East em front. On the Western front the crown prince has for 10 dav* been conduct- Inn n powerful drive on the French positions In Champagne and alone the Chemln den Dim««. | Today'* Ftrttiih official statement mentioned conelderable activity of enemy artillery In the neighborhood 'of Armentleres (Belgian-French llnei and north of Ypres Into the Nletiport coast nector. Front dls patches have Indicated the lougcon tlnued duration of thla fire ami de tailed It* character as sufficiently violent to Indicate possible prepnra tory measures tonn Infantry attar W. Russia's resistance was apparent ly solidifying after the dlsa'irons breakdown In the Tarnopol-Htanls latt sector, but In spite of u grow ing resistance. Teutonic armies were still advancing TROOPS STILL HERE Washington's ''oast artillery, Pignal corps nnd hospital 11 nit. housed »t the Armory, still await movement orders These miy come almost sny hour, directing directing the artillerymen to i.ound fort* and the mobile forces to American like. LOANS MADE PROMPTLY RECEIVERSHIP ARGUMENTS UP ' AGAIN MONDAY Traction attorneye mult up pear before Judge Pnl«r at 10 a. m. Monday and Ihow why a re.eivar should not be appoint ed to operate street cara 'or tha company, aa provided In thalr franchise. Perioral Judge Neterer Friday afternoon granted the city'* m«>- , lion to re in and the i>ramtls|i |tiack to the etate courts wfter tha traction attorneye had succeeded !ln having the matter e« Itched to fedora) court, where loti* delay* j were possible. The receivership proceeding* J were ordered by the council laat week. Judge Tallman Issued a 'wilt of mandate requiring the com 'pany to resume aery Ice within 24 ! hours or show cause why a re icrlfer should not be appointed to take oyer tho lines. The company filed a reply Prl day to the complaint of the city. In which It la claimed that the rea lean for the company* failure to operate haa hern lu Ita Inability to obtain men . Jamea It llowo, represent In® the company, al«> haa filed u motion to quash, In which he u-ka that the ault be taken before the public service comml*»U>n ou the itruunda that the coniuilaaion haa JurUdkv Hon In the matter aud that the courts have not. Mutt Resist Motion "Wa ftr»t will have to resist this motion." oaya Assistant Corpora tlon Counsel Walter Meier: "If we are successful and Judgn Frs ter rule* In our favor on the writ of mandate, he may flue the com pan* $1,000 or he may Krant our application for a rr. elver "If the* company rontlnurs to re fuse to obey Its franchise agree ment In operate cars on schedule, tho raurt may Kraut ua any other relief which may iwm proper," DUNCAN ASKS EMPLOYERS TO ARENA DEBATE Tho fteattla branch ef tha Waahlngton Employers' aaaocia tion attached atriking unlan street carman and union lumber workar« seeking to better thalr wages and working condition* thru th« sitrclse of their Ameri. can right to organlie by a full page ad m the morning paper 6atun!ay. which questioned tho patriotism of James A. Duncan, secretary ef the teattle Central Labor council. Duncan phoned the following re ply to The Star from Tacoma Satur day forenoon: •In answer to tha actrrrllotja at tark made ujxm me by the Kmploy. era' aanodaMon ft) tt* full pace ad vertisement In today's Post Intelli gencer. I challenge any ami all mem ber* of that association, and Htone A Web«ter Interests Included, either individually or collectively, to pub llclr debute with me at the Arana. In Seattle Sunday afternoon, the fol lowing quoit lon •• 'Resolved. That during the pres ent strike and national crisis, the fcttlturl* of organized labor and of Herniary l>un<-an. j>artlcularly. has been eminently more fair and patrl otic than that of the Kmployera' as sociation. of which Stone A Webster la a part.' "I.et them «[>eak now or forever hold their peace." SEEKS ARTISTS FOR WAR WORK Maynard Duoon, the outdoor artlat. arrived In Seattle Satur day to algn up rscrulta for tba American Camouflage corps, Weatern division. To be a camouflour you rims' he either a designer. scene painter, sign painter, anhltect or a land scape gardener. Camouflage la Frnech, and mmm "make believe." Camoufleurs work with the army to bide and disguise everything, from a roiuj to a destroyer, from the airplane eyes of the enemy. Applicants shoo ild write to Ar thur F<rown, of the American cam ouflage, Western division. In rare of the California School of F*l ue Arts, In Han Francisco. PHONE GIRLS TO OBTAIN CHARTER Seattle's telephone girls will meet at the Labor temple at 8 p. m. Saturday, to perfect their Union and receive their charter from the International Brother hood of Electrical Worker*. Thorn are 1,200 of them In Seat tle, but not all have algnnri the ap plication for the charter. I'lilon labor supporters have been busy (luring the last week urglnK or ganization. Heforo 'alllriK a number, they took tlmn enough to pronounce the one word, "Organize " Per,aiine the elertrle.nl workers are on the brink of a Htrlke for high i r wain In WaxhlnKton. Idaho and Nevada, which may Involve the girls, tonight's mentlrig wiih regard ed sih Klgnlflrant. MRS. KELLY DiES Two weeks after the birth of her Infant son, Fen ton Kelly, youngem daughter of Robert Ifridgea, died Saturday, at t> a m. Mia Kelly, who wa* 20 years old. wan married a year a (to. and waa a graduate of Kent high nrhool. Hlie Ix survived by n husband, father and mother, one sinter. Mrn. ,f, T. Krum. of Klverton, and «lx brother*, Holier?, John, .lainna, Thonins, Charlea ami Walter Hrld*fH Funeral aervlro* probably will be held on Tuesday from th« Clilitendon funeral parlors, at Kant. STAR—SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1917. PAGE 2 8-HOUR MILLS ONLY ONES TO START RUNNING Operation* M lumbar mill* In Seettl* and Tacoma that haw* not algned *igtit hour day agreement* ar* completely *u» pended. Thl* a***rtlon waa made by leader* of the International Shlngleweavero* union Satur day morning. No mill* are running In either city except •n an eight-hour baala. It waa declared (Irani Ina of an eight-hour day without reduction In i>ay by Bey era! eniplo) era In Tarotna ha» averted danger of a general tleup of nan mill* there, It va* believed Saturday. Anoounrnmmt «n marie at k nm*K Hireling of th" International Timber Worknrn' union Friday that thn Uanahor 1 .umber Co. of Tarotna hail aamrd to the right hour bad* ami that two otlirr inllla would alien up Saturday. The 600 employe* of the Wh«il»r Oh good "anil and door factory !»»• eral day" a«o were granted tin eight hour day. rffm-tl»« Aufil*t I. Seattle Mill* Cloaa In Sr>attli». the Behwaiter-Nettle ton, MulllnV Wml Waterway. El liott Hay, Htetson-Poat, Newell. Htitnp*on. Canal l.umbrr Co. Bry ant, Could. Brace & llrrfert, and Washington Kir Kitting plant* arn rlonod down pending **ttlenieat of th« atrlke. aay mrmhera of tha union. Tha Seattle Cedar. tha Mickey Manufacturlnr <"o . tha I'aclflc <"oa*t Pipe Co, th» Pacific Coaat ruel Co.. the Phoenl* Hhlngle mill atiil thr- Motor HhltiKla mill *rn th* mill* that ara operating on an right hour haul* No <ll»turhance# have been re ported In mllla In rtthar city Situation Unchanged That *ny material rhanira in die ■trlka iiltuatlnn could have baan ef fected by tha i>onferen<e between -f (! Prown. i rr*ldent of thr TlmNer Worker*' union; Kdgur r Hnjder. federal mad la tor, and mill owner* lb Kaymond. FYlday afternoon, «aa denied by B S, Oiummer. chairman of tha lumbermen'* defenira com mlttee, Hat'irdar. "Only a faw rinployar* want Into th» confaranra. ! ballade," he *ald Report Condition* t<iiml>er employer* dtclif that lb- vlalt of I»r f'arltnn I'arkar, aho In rootl|C»toil the ( ordlllotl of the lumber Induatry u the repre aentatltre of the »»r department, will ha*e no bearing on the mike Of(l<-|*l* of thr ttulon »«»"rt tli*t Dr Parker will h»<a a definite re port to make to th«* aulbortllea at Waahlnjrton to the condition* Lhat brought about thr *trike After an all day conference be tw»n IT labor rapreaentatlte*. 11 mill employer*. and hVdrral Medi ator Kdsar C Snyder. no tangible reeulu lo the atrlkw anion* lt»m --tx-r Wthm in that part of the ■lata wfr» reached. aJtho »rr»nU iffitatl*p *URte»(|nn* were made. The conference ad)nirnrd until Ao *u*t ? It waa attended by Interna tlonal officer* of the Timber Work er*' union REAI PAINLESS DENTISTS Vi / F j j'*|l aB fn erdar to lairwtfaaa aor N* (whale V>ne) pl*te, which la tfca li(ht**t *n< itronraet flat* kn*n. loo* not rflter the roof of lb# mouth, yon "an bit* rem off tt« eok. t'u ran tewd If yaara Oold crown •».«• lit mi of taetH fwhaiehoo*) KM |10 aat of teeth IS.M HrM(a work, pm tooth, («14 |S.M Whttt rro»i» ..... $8.06 Gold fill In (a ■••M*........t1<6 u# HlWar ftlllnn •.•.mmw.m- Hi Platln* fllltnf* •'•o All work gua*ante*4 far II yaara Have Inipreaeloti lake* ta «ha morn- In* and r*' taeth same 4»y. nam- In* t lor. ant *dfl«« frew. (ail *a 4 *»• •aaialra d Owe rial* mm 4 trl4m* W «rV tT» M**4 Ik* TWet at Tlwa Molt ef our pp—tmt »*tran*»» ti rai>»mm*><4ed by ear eaelr ruetom era. whoa* work la *1111 «lrtn|r «<"><! aall•faction Aak ear rneUim.ra *h< ha** t.ate.t nur work When earning tr. ear ntflce. ha aura rou are la Ik* right plwe Pr'nn I hi* *d with you OHIO'S*: sr imritißMTT IT. nuMlf ITMMfcPttMtM fl. MEN DON'T BE DISCOURAGED ACT TODAY ttr«at »on>» merit* for a* ma k * you ' tloniSly low f *U""h f 'lhU low mnM our l<n« mikJ nur<-Mmrul experience In lrf>mini( 'UlmrMd of ni en, you! »i e# fl not j * U f f e I li II - o t ti • r ilay. Wd don't rare who lihm trlerl to rum > tin. ftii'l )••• m f»nl<'l u e Mill «Ive you a *11 re nirr arid a nmall fee. lion't kiv#• up peeing ua i ll> ih»- InlfHt utetho«l« knonn fo >11 .DM Al. M IliM I. «f * ueee* *fu 11 y irent \ ARM om<: \I:I*A. I>II.KN, M.IIUIIN AIIMIVI* H|\ | % All.. M.s vn, I4II>\K% . II I. AIM >1 :i(, | | no AMI 111.001 l All.>ll NTH, Ift II fl« . >1 \•I *» >1. I.hllt All.ttCMN AMI Al.l. « IIHONH All MI.M HOK MK>. ( Mm# In mill *e# ii«. Iliivr a « «nfl ilni tln I imIK miiil He r \ ttmlueil ««|| li ft ul ront or obligation. «ifflc« hours '* h in. lo I p m. k, 1" n rn. to 1 p. in. \A I ION AI. \l. I %HTITI'T® 11» Occidental Ave. Today Lost Day,"The Long 7"rail" irjJilltlilhM | Coliseum Corner | | 5 DAYS—STARTING TOMORROW I THE THUNDEROUS AMERICAN BROADSIDE! I THE SUPREME ACHIEVEMENT | OF STAGE OR SCREEN :::::: | I IBjffl A drama of up-to-the-minute ideals—typi- R I f |S2HIW tying the glorious spirit of AMERICAN I EKfk WOMANHOOD. B ■ ~> JV i^b »* lUr 1 .^^B" u STARRING WONDERFUL— EMILY STEVENS AS?. —7 SMASHING SECTIONS— OF ™ LAWYERS ELECT NEW OFFICERS At th« cloalng iciaion of It* annual mealing, the Waahlng ton State B*r **»oc i.itlon unini mou*ly elected Nathan C. Richard* of YaWlma, pre*l d*n»; C. Will Schaffer of Olym pla, aecratary; and At wood A. Kirtjy of Spokane, trenaurer. Speakers at the Joint session of the Washington Oregon. Idaho and Itrltlsh Columbia Hnr associations w»re Sir Charles lllbbert Tupper, Vancouver, n. C.; I>r. Henry Su*- zalln, Satnuil White, president of the Oreron Par association; Prof Orrln Klpp McMurray of the Uni versity of California law ichool. and former Chief Justice James P. Allshlre of Idaho. Tho vlnltora w«r* main th« Kuput* of th« membcra of th* Se attle liar asportation on an automo mll« tour of the city and Saturday they will leave for Victoria, B. ■ h of the local bar nnsocla llon at a banquet to bo held In the Imperial hotel of that city. LOST VITALITY RESTORED Itemedy lllararered by m Forty-Tear Blond and Km* ftpeclallat Men who hav# waated th« Vitality of Young Mnnhood. Men e hi- have gnne the pa« a. Men whoa# ryea are dulled, wh->ae hrairiN are nui'Mled. whoa* Nervooa Knergy In cxhauated ft out Kxreas. I »lfr Ipat ton. Worry or Overwork. HELP FOR WLAK N\EH Men who have lout the Courage. Grit ao-t Vita V an necea aary t«» Perfect Manhood. Mm who are Tired. RMtlem. De apondent, Sle«plti«, end who hav# loat nil Intereat In life; M.-n who iw«» Hopefeaa, Weak, Prematurely Old, und have loat Ambi tion, ahould try DR. PIERCE'S SEXOID PILLS Hent by mnll to anv addrcaa In plain wrapper. Price fl per bo*. 01 mi* In»\#»h for rlvi» dolU rx. Six hoxrw will lant 3»> day® Ponlnln 144 doaea. ('out le** than $1 oo per w k. Kvery box HiihiTinteed. Money returned If medicine falla to benefit after 11 fait trlul Cnn anything he fairer then thla.' ('•II or write today Circular fre»- RAYMOND REMEDY CO. HO'I'UL A VH.KHM. KOI mil AMI I!MO.\ Emily Stevens hat starred on the stage in many notable productions: has been accorded the highest honor of any stage star in New York City; appearing for 700 suc cessive appearances in one production in the same theatre! She has come to the fullest realization of her wonderful emotional power* in this glorious patriotic masterpiece! ! ! WOME3 WHO FAIL TO NOTICE ORDERS CALLED SLACKERS At tho Pre** club auditorium, Fri day afternoon, Mm R K. Weeks, chairman and or(mnl».cr of the lo cal branch of the National league for Wompn'i Service, stated, In a talk before the women of the city, that anv woman who la requested by the I'nlted States Rovernmeat to do n certain thlnsr, as It was re quested of thera to slicn the food pledge. to help food conservation and for the national welfare, and dlsotiejs these orders, la Jnot as much a slacker an tho she refused to defend her country on the battle line The meeting was the first public and general mectlnc of tho National I<*<ignc for Women's De fense, and was presided over by i State Chairman Mnt. Winflold It Smith STAR WANT ADS BEST FOR RESULTS i KERENSKYGETS ! ADDED POWER Mr V'xtr»«l Print W'r# LONDON, July 18. —The provis ions! government of Knssla has vir tually Invested Premier Kcrensk.v with the unlimited power which tho workmen's and aoldler*' and peas ants' congresses recently voted to the ministry . according to a central news dispatch ® from Petrograd. Nearly all the minliters. It was said, "have placed their portfolio* at Kereuakys disposal." CARRY RAILS NORTH Heavy rsrcops of rail* and lum ber left for the North Saturday momlnr on the harues Juneau and Henry Villard, consigned to the Alaskn enelneerlnr commission for the Alaska railway. The Juneau left Seattle for St. Michael, anil the Villard sailed from Everett for Anchorage. The two carffoen consist of 2,600 tons of rails, 1,100,000 feet of lum ber, besides our equipment. 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