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WHERE WAS MOSES?
Readers Write Answers to Balmy Benny
Th# following la tha flrat
bitch of letters to Balmy Ken
ay fW>»> Star readers am»»r>
Inf the qusatlon, "Whara waa
when the light want
agtf"
l*ar Palmy Penny . \\ hero *n«
Moses When the light went out* 1
know. 1 wa* there I watched the
old bo* 01. 01, ho wa* wlid
When the light went out he had
}««t aat down In hla comfy chair
to road the Kvenlng Humble He
*a* glimmering the sport page,
and It wa* rtght In the middle of a
yarn about a KVlnnlng game, eat
tag up the word* right where they
feg.l two out. baaoa full and the
ttar hatter up 01. once more
Tlten the glim flickered and went
»xtt
Right after the light went out
again 1 got to 01. Ol Mooea waa
—oh, where would anybody he In
such a caae? Just thraahln' around
the parlor with blood In hi* eye
•Oil the furniture In both hand*
Bean?. It w** SOWK night that
Bight. And Miwej hasn t forgiven
the electric company yet Rube
Gossamer
tVar Halmr Penny—When the
I chta went out Moaea waa In hla
garage under hla automobile trying
to fix the gear shift on hi* ma
chine tn order to take hla wife to
train for a summer
Service That Helps
Savings Grow
The new depositor first learn*
the meaning of Scandinavian Amer
ican Bank Ser\ ice w hen he opens
his account
After his savings have grown to
a reasonable stun, and he wants to
place this where it will bring him
greater return*, this Institution of
JXnjlll ItSWNlfr ■ erv ' ce assists him in chcuing the
YitfoVi iiiffisJ! right estment. explaining the
!SUbKGJ relative merits of bonds, warrants,
jSiii'S! iiigSi ntiirtgagc-. ,u
[jlJlS'Sl iSiSSSfI' Probably the most valuable as
BNIIIII iSSSSSj distance rendered bv this bank is
f that of safeguarding the funds of
■BiUILIJJJjUJfIIrc its depositors The money trusted
to its safekeeping is invested only
' n high-grade securities.
That the dejxisitors in The Scan
»r»4in*>Ma dinaviati American Hank appreciate
An«n.. o »••>. a j f j ls evidenced by the growth
I of their deposits to over $12,000,000,
' of which $7,0U0.<1X) i* made up of
Time and Savings Accounts.
Capital and Surplus $1,000,000 00
Resources Over $13,500,000.^0
The Scandinavian American Bank
Alaska Building, Seattle, Second and Cherry.
Use Our Ballard Branch if More Convenient.
NEW PANTAGES
MATS, 2:30
BEGINNING MONDAY AFTERNOON
CHARLES AHEARN
World's Most Famfius Cyclist and His Company of
Comedy Riders
KANE & HERMAN
The Midnight Son*, in a Riotous Patterlogue
"The Garden of Roses"
An Alluring Dancing Carnival
Other Big Act*—loc and 20c
■ EXCURSION TO
■ HOOD CANAL
SUNDAY, JULY 29
TWO LARGE STEAMERS
H S. S. WHATCOM
AJf l>
■ S. S. CITY OF ANGELES
■ LEAVING COLMAN DOCK AT 9:00 A. M.
tor Itani(or dlrart- laavinir Inndlns piv-
I n Qfiri •»« .. <" tha « una 1* « f>« 1 Brlnnoti f"»t not
railing at Mrlnnon circling In Da bop Hay «n»l returning to
huntcor whara
■ A BIG DANCE AND PICNIC
H Wll.l. nr. IfKl.ft A 1.1. IIAV
H ROTH ITR4WKRH Wll.l. I.KHVC AT »i3O P. H.
■ AHRI\ I\f; I* nr.ATTI.H AT »K» I'. «•
tl nn SPECIAL REDUCED FARE ai AA
■ 1 .UU ROUND TRIP «P I •V/U
Children 5 to 12 Yean Half Fare.
H PUGET SOUND NAVIGATION COMPANY
H COLMAN POCK, SEATTLE. MAIN 3993
I GO e Sunday
resort where *h« wa* going to
■ PMJj three «Mki. The norm of
t( wo* he knew If she missed that
train she wouldn't go, for he had
held om a letter from her mother
In-law *a> Ing she wa* coming tlu>
lie*t .Uy for a two week visit I.U
-tlc Sam
l»ar ltalmy ItenV When the
lUht* wont out Mono* wa* In a
"Follies" show, In the front row.
* ith the Monro of the Seven Veil*
about to begin furthermore, tt
»>' 'he last act mid he wn* ex
pectlng .1 no«l up am] down or
acroaa from the last girl on the
right in the front row In answer to
a note he had sent hark during the
Intermission. And, lastly. he
thought the nod «u going to h«
an up and down nod Kthelbert.
Her Palmy Penny: Ml gran
muther toald me thl win In the
hou* uf falro wen Moaoa kum along
aud he klked up a row ibowt worn
an aufrtdgo and he wanted old
falro kum outaldo and hav It out
but old falro hi> juat sort* kept
quite and wen he »c Mose* tim-kin
hi* throan and flmltahlr arownd
why he got tuad and put out the
lltea and wen the lite* went out *o
did Momi and ho landed on hla hed
to he coodnt klk up no more row*.
Yura truthefooly,
MOHTS. 7 AND •
CYNTHIA QRCY ILL
Cynthia Gray Is confined to
hsr homa by Illness No Ist
tsrs or answsrs will be pub-
Ushsd In hsr column until she
rscovers.
MILITANTS PLAN
DISTURBANCES
IN MOVIE STYLE
tit tnlUil l'r*M I *«art| Wire
WASHINGTON. July 2S —
Every militant suffrage dis
turbance In Washington la
planned, rehearsed and itaged
by tha National Woman's
party, Ilka the big acana In a
movie melodrama Then It la
"put acroaa" on schsduls time,
when the auffraglat captain*
are aure the newapaper corre
■pondenta and camera men ara
out In forea, when advance
notice* have drawn a crowd to
the apot. and when the vote
huntara are aure they will get
their money'* worth In world
j wide publicity.
>ll*a Alice Paul and Ml** T.ucy
ißurna are the *ta<e manaeer*
j They write the scenario* Mr*
I *bbev Scott Maker, queen of pre**
agentoaae*. ronitnand* the *r:ny of
fair scribes whlrh spread* the
star'llrm detail* and make* aure
all nowxpaper* and pre** a* sod a
lion* are kept Informed
When a riot 1* planned, the hour
I* tißually *et for II no p. m, or
4 M p iu . when tho necessary
spectator* and participant* will be
supplied br crowd* of clerk* com
Ing from tho Stare, War and Na»i
building The militant* "ahow" I*
planned at their headquarter*
near the White House Volunteers
crowd around the leaders, amlou*
to he cast In prominent role* Mr*
(taker's brigade get* busy Tele
nhotie* tinkle In all new*paper of
fice* The event I* announced
The rehearsal completed, out *allr
ithe women, do their stunt*. **tar
rt**ted. get released and return to,
headquarter*
Sluxito Kll
Bettors Lose W hen
Leonard Fails to
"Set Up" Dinner
Again !'r«»ald»nl A W,
o( lh« trtuHon company, *»» a dis
appointment to the union Ij»«t
nlttht It *»• even money at the
I«l>or Temple. and In iw>nir rn»r«
odd* In th» rompanv's favor that
Inward had "aet up" the dinner
for the conference committee *h«i
the w»»l<>n laated veil past the
dinner hour
lie didn't Th»r«- »a» a wr«ml>l«
for »and*lfh»« at a uo!»n ro»-
taorant Immediately after th«> ron
fe;en(*« adjournment.
Today's Market
Report
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STAR—SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1917. PACE 5
"VERY GOOD EDDIE!"'
New York Show at Met; Phoebe Hunt Back
t—lrene Cell, Palate Hip 2—Georgia Mack In "Very Good Eddie,"
Metropolitan. J—Phillip Pelf, Orpheum. 4—Dick Lontdalc, Tivoll.
5— Jay Herman, Pantag**.
METROPOLITAN
At the Metropolitan theatre Sun
day evening, and continuing all
week, with matinees W edtieaday
an<l Saturday, Seattle playgoer*
• 111 have an opportunity to enjoy
"Vary Good Kddle" Thl* tuneful
farce come* here with a rerord of
oyer a ycir at the Princes* theatie,
New York, followed hy all month*
In Chicago. which came to a close
In June.
"Wry (lood Kddle" I* a new type
of musical entertainment. based on
a Itltt containing hearty laughs.
■ nil «mb*Ul*bed with a musical
■core that offer* more than a dozen
real eouk hit*.
• • •
WILKES
Phoebe Hunt, the well known
stock actre**, and the mont popu
lar leading woman thl* city hs*
ev« r had. will return to tha Wilkes
plaver* at the niallnea tomorrow,
appearing In "('ommon Clay " Ml»»
Hunt will l>a welcomed hack, not
alone hy her many personal friend*
here. but hy tha great army of
theatre goam with whom *ue ha*
become immensely popular
She will be »eati In 'Common
Clay." In a role particularly to her
liking, a* the part I* an emotional
one of unuaual power, and one that
*111 give h'-r erer> occasion to e*
pre-, >w.- undoubted Iff i> an a<!
re*« of i'motional part*.
Then- will tie a new member of
tha Wllke* player* Introduced to
morrow in the pernon of Mine Ruth
llenick. who cottie* direct from !>o*
Angeles
• • •
ORPHEUM
Forty performers will ha mad«
known Sunday at the Orpheum
theatre. Third and Madison, headed
by Philip Pal*. Huaalan court con
ductor, *010 cornetlit and pupil of
the music master. l,evl, and hi*
hand of thirty artlat*. including
Mr- Pa!/, dramatic sopiv i. all at
whom were heard a* o.ie of the
chlof musical attraction* of the
San Francisco exposition ill 1915.
Other new vaudeville offering*
will be Robert Athon 4 <o. In "The
Slacker." Michel and Mark, whist
ler*, mimics and imitators, and
Florence Merrltt. In a sinking and
costume i hange act Tbe motion
picture feature will be William
Karnum, In "The price of Silence,"
for the first time In Seattle
CAMP LEWIS I
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f y p«r» *i c i | . ; » | , m,i 11
111 I I I \«.ll \%l i 111 %IM i|. «0 .
IIP * M«»l|ir «i tlflltniham. W n «h
"The lodge cake
Fourth Avenue at Weatlaka
FVaturtna f!• ** war punir.
"Hibhil I p nnrf r ill h i for t arlr
laaa>lr. M
Hlgb-rlm Kii'ertnlnment
and Dancing
I P M. to 1 A. M
1 •»•»•>*•!» Prtfe# ni»»R %«*««
METROPOLITAN tonigij
Evenings—soc to $2; Sat. Mats., 50c to $1 50.
Popular Mat. Wednesday; best seats, $1.
Elizabeth Marbnry and F. n.-iv
Comstock Present
The Smartest and
Biighest Musical
Comedy Success
iu Many D,rect ,rom ■ >" ,r
\ at the Princess The-
Years atre ' New vork - w,th
its great fin* pro
duction, charming music,
i ft l,ooo laughs and the famous
swagger fashion chorus.
"It's the item of the musical
comedy lilts of a dozen years."
Afh \ Portland Oregon lan.
Just Fun—Jolly Tune» and
CONSULTATION, TREATMENT
—and—
MEDICINE
ONE DOLLAR CASH
DR. EVANS
401 Peoples Hank Bldg., Second and Pike St.
10 a m. to 5 p. m.; 7 to Bp. m. Sunday, 1) a. in. to 12.
ATTRACTIONS NF.XT WIF.K
Mi'trtipuliun "Very Hood !
Kd'tl* "
Wllkf* "<'<»minon Pl«> "
Orphaum Viad<
I'tUrr Hip
l'antaic»ii Vaudrfltti l .
Tlvoll i»l rfiin«-dy and
vaudrvlllr.
TIVOLI
Manager Haa*. of the Tlvolt
theatre, promises an unusually
good vehicle for nevt week * offer
ing at hi* popular little theatre, In
"90 Piy*," a musical comedy woven
around the dally routine of a
municipal c"urt. with a Swedish
judge presiding on the bench,
Richard I,on«dale will he seen In
the ro'e of the Hwedlsh Judge, und
promise* to pull off a lot of new
and original stuff
Ilesldes the inualcal comedy act
there will l>e a t,e*y of specialty
a''t*. In which the "jrlo" will sing
a nynber of new atid catchy dit
tie*, while Cindy* Rrooke will ren
der "The nesutiful I .and of lion
lion "
There will at*o be a number of
dancing specialties, in which the
Dennett Sister* will predominate
A t otlcn pb »ure will wind up
the program.
• • •
PALACE HIP
The new bill which open* Sun
day at the Palace Hip ha* a num
bar of features One of these |*
the comedy sketch, "The Movie
Man," played by ('has. Rogers &
Co.
I>oul* lx>ndon will offer • char
acter song study.
Joe Shefteir* "Wack I»OtS." with
a "Celebration I>ay In Tennessee,"
are an octette of entertalnera who
sing, dance and provide romedv.
Xaber and Taylor present their
comcdv, "Going North "
Chuck Haas ha* a monologue act
with lariat accompaniment.
June and Irene Meha. two girl*,
have an offering Which they call
"A Musical Oddity."
• • •
PANTAGES
Charlie Aheam. vateran <-yrii»t,
and & big company of comedy rial
er* on all *h«p«'» and *Ur* of
rjitlM. will be the hMdllnc Httrae-
Hon of ih<> new lilll at the I'antagei.
opening with the matinee perform
ance Monday.
l'or the extra added feature
Manager I'antane* will bring on
Eddie Kane and Jay Ht-rman. "The
Midnight Bona." In their frolic
railed "A Ragtime Cocktail."
A third drawing card la prom
l*»d In "The Otrdcn of lloaea," a
darning carnival, with Km- Snell.
tilady* Harrison niul < Ight dancing
nymph* other number* Codfrey.
and Henderson, "Aboard for
Abroad;" Nrlaon, and .\>l*on. "ele
vated" comedian*. and the (iulliunn
Trio. operatic (dngcrs.
SENTENCE 131. W. W.
Charged with riding train* un
l.i'vfully. 13 of the tik alleged 1.
W W.'a on t rl.il In I'ollre Ju*tiro
(iordon'a court Friday wort' *on
tented to 30 day* In Jail. The lr
malnlnK case* were rontlnued nntll
Auinißt 1. *ltho It I* expected *01110
will be released and other* will tie
turned over to the Juvenile depart
ment.
fraser-Ifetersan Co.
Am®!*® fa" Mfenadk^
Tfesfr Bn^
A sale that brings many of the season's
greatest values. Every section of the store
participates.
A Day of Great Savings—Monday
SUBS' SUCCESS
BRINGS PLEA TO
ATTACK BASES
By H N RICKEY
WASHINGTON, D C.. July Ha
lt it tlojbtful if any allied ItltM
min or military
chief it ever
quite free from
the fear of the
German lubmi
rinea. Whan I
apeak of the al-
Ilea, I of court*.
Include America.
Month aftar
month, •In c •
February 1,
thete monttera
of Germin
fright' ulness
have continued
to take their terrible toll of price
leaa ehipi and canjoea.
Th* complete figure" °f ,nnnir "
arnt to the bottom during ll l ' fifth
month Jttn« have not yet
Itlven out bv fireat Hrltaln. but
those who an' bent Infornn-d in ihia
admit that It la more than 11► «• 1 y
that the entlttiat•• of 1,000,000 ton*
from Berlin Is based on fart.
Cannot Replice Shlpa Bunk
Whether or not the lo**>« In
June "a rre ov*»r a million, ii* the
C.erman* say. la relatlveh unljniu'r
lant The big outatanding fart t*
that In fpl'e of the romentrat'd
effort* of the narli-.s of the allied
world, barked h> the he«t thought
and effort of their men of aelrni-e,
the ailhmarine problem room* to be
a* Insoluble today »* It *»• on
that fateful day nearly three y.-itra
ago when the flrat Herman torpedo
found Ita mark
It Is admitted the attempt to
MM ships as fast as the Germans
sink them Is ft negative answer to
the problem, even It It could be
done, which It cannot.
As»umlng that the average of
submarine sinking Is ns high dur
Ing the ne*t twelve months as It
has been during the past five, the
most complete optimistic calcula
lion shows there will be at least
five million less H is or shlpn for
the Atlan'lc tradn July 1. ISIB,
than now
This In n net loss of almost 2*>
per cent mil the calculation take*
into account every new ship the
allies possibly can launch during
thin period under the most fuvor
able conditions.
When one considers that
the tonnage available for the
Atlantic trade la now so Inade
quate that freight rates have
soared to unbelievable heights,
and when one considers fur
ther that building ships to re
place torpedoed ahips does not
recover the millions of tons of
food and munitions that go
down with them, every ton of
which is sorely needed In Eu
rope, it Is no wonder the subma
rine menace modifies every
military calculation which
America and her allies can
make.
You ennnot diacurs anv phase of
the great var for five minutes with
any responsible American official
or with any visiting official from
our ullios without getting on Die
submarine question. And, once the
submarines are mentioned that
ends the discussion, except about
the submarines
U. S. Would Attsck Da«es
I do not want to convoy (ho idea
that all of those officials or any of
them think tin' situation is hope
less and that it Is only a notation
of time when Germany will rule
tho rohs with her submarines and
force a German peace on tho world
I tut it Ih certainly well within tho
facta to say that a solution of (ho
submarine problem Is now hold to
ho of paramount Importance from
the standpoint of allied strategy,
and Important as Is tho building of
ships at least partly to make up
for those torpedoed. I bis alone will
not solve tho problem. \ way muat
be found either lo protect cargo
ships from torpedoes, and thus
save both ships and carina, sink
submarines faster than the Uer
man* nm build tlirni or destroy or
Mocknde the *ulimarlne baae*
Among the officers of the
American navy, especially the
younger and more daring onei,
the conviction is growing that
soontr or later there must be
an attack on the German sub
marine bases by the combined
allied navies.
What the chance* for »urce«s of
*uch an attack would be In of
course more or l< ** o) a rvens bu'
the «■ are a growing nun>ler of
na\sl offlcert who are willing to
hazard their lire* end their repu
tation* In the enterprise. They
admit it would be costly In both
ships and men, even If successful,
but they argue that If such a vic
tory could be accomplished It
would end the war and therefore
would be chcap, however great the
coat.
ffff f TT *7 C THEATRE
WALi I\ JZi O players
FIFTH AND PINE. TELEPHONE ELLIOTT 408.
Week Sunday
Other Matinee* Wednesday and Saturday
RETURN OF SEATTLE'S FAVORITE STOCK ACTRESS
PHOEBE HUNT
IN THE FAMOUS HARVARD UNIVERSITY PRIZE PLAY
"COMMON CLAY"
A WONDERFUL HUMAN DRAMA
THE GREAT SUCCESS OF NEW YORK—BOSTON—CHICAGO
Night*—2oc, 30:, 50c. Matinee*—lsc and 25c
' WiDndei^^t'i^Ye^^
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scenes of America's historic past, and see
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Tickets now on sale at reduced rates to
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Montreal, Boston, New York, Atlantic
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Electric travrl over tbe ("Sreit Continental Divide. No
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Phone: M ain 6960
SEW FOR ENGINEERS
Keattle women helped make 175
comfort kl'.» for the lftth regiment,
Knglneera. at Ked Crom headqutr
terc. In the Cobb building, today.
'IT' men leave American Lake
Monday.
THIRD AVENUE FIRE
l ire broke out Friday night In
the I'ijjted .State* ltiibl>er Com
pare > floor space, "15 Third avc.
•S . and spread to the second floor
used by Uray. & Percy
Company, soda fountain supply
house Damage* were estimated
at $2,700.
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