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"NO CASH DOWN—MAKE YOUR OWN TERMS"
—make your selections of homefurnishinj;s up to S too without a cash payment at time of
purchase—we invite you, the Seattle homefurnisher, t«» "make your own terms."
—our well-known literal credit service will tit your individual needs!
addiUonal purchases added to accounts—
If you ha»r an account hrrf your additional piirrhan-* will b* addrd without firm payment.
EXTRA SPECIAL:
100 room-size ingra n rugs
it decided savings lor Tuesday Only I
—»t mucV brlow in.- pr*««»nt nar«f«»t r«lu*» thr«<»
run prior*, which w# «!▼«• for Tuedday only.
—all In pra. ileal colora and pattern* lot goo«i arrvic*
—made of heary *rade of »001. rvrerstbl? and
•ergod at thr end*
• ll» t»ml«r prlv*
—Ttett f"»t it— •«.ir.
hi t»»i |»— •:.»»
txts r*.t |i»— tio.jo
"jm the STANDARD sflverware dob"
—•5c wfl
fIK ftsgers
dnne Qf
ATStOAL
PUCE a
«mii 9
113.M mi far H M
—-th'» will b* of particular Intersst to Rtirlrv^f:
—"mmbfrihtp" to this "STANDARD 81LVERWARK Cl.Utr
)• iKurvd bjr lh« p*>m* nt of >#<•, upon which thia tlns
•#t of Roi<*ri 24 pt*r*», with 10-y+mr factory
guarantee in your*, th-n you pay 95c a month until you
h«v« paid 19 9S for this fIISA §*?, consisting of 4 t««-
spoon*. ( soup spoons. 4 knives. 4 forks, 1 butter knlf*.
S sugar ihclL
Iffel I easy weekly or monthly !
on bicycles—
ftK-k.r. h!*h ! I h r<l,n« W «o"r,M W *»"j h u t ,, , »Mj *V»« (irwl "IT*
b»<k. ntrontflr rn»d» ..f •.,! ,-j <«k. > ( r..«,t r»»t. adjustable f>«. k I Igf ? jqidlll ■> Af
-lerrly mm pt-tured; »nlltr/ / > rubber-tired foldlna , A vo 1' fTtf! K?f fWKMI r."
spring seat. construction. artificial , ) I < ri--t|v .. pictured "*"• 11 [FT? ItTTf {,{ll 1 L/i n<
r ii p Ini I »y! ftni.hed strong and light. rr B ul«r < «■
90; j j L sciioewre^^^so
MOONEY WINS
A NEW TRIAL
SAN FRANCISCO, July SO.—At
torney Oen Webb, of California,
today filed in the supreme court a
petition, giving hi* consent for a
lew trial for Thomas J. Mooney,
convicted several months ago of
•larder. In connection with the pre
paredness parade dynamiting. The
supreme court will take the peti
tion up at Its October term.
PRESEHT MAJ. HYDE
I WITH niDING CROP
Of'leers of the Coast artlllerv
Stonday morning presented an
Removing Ugly Hairs—
Entirely New Method
(AMtmmllf IteatTM the H**ts)
The question Is often asked
Whether a renlly permanently effi
cacious hatr-reniovrr exists, and the
answer has heretofore been very
unsatisfactory. Fortunately, there's
a new and remarkable process that
r> illy remove« every hair »ntlr»,
gi >1 end ell! I' l« different from
t Car then eleelrielty, <]*-
p Mori"*, (he rasor, or any oth'r
I •' If you 'I I'ke to try It. Just
U r eti»i; 4 ,f ph'-liirtlne from your
I *1 *li' ■tmijt# lw*»rn/'-
t i ii) I with y.<ur own eye* nee
If - hair roots come out: Koots are
removed Instantly, easily, leaving
tl • skin perfectly smooth and halr
fr«,
i. noi-irrltstlntr. odor
less, and so harmless you could est
•I! It is so reliable that avsry stick j
IS ■■ •- » .'(i-or-tuoooy
ftauk basis.—Advertisement, I
Iror 7 mil gold rldlnc crap to MaJ.
Arthur P. 8. Hyde. C. A C, U. H.
A., who has wnwl an their Inspect
or Kenpral. but will now resume
duties In the regular f»rvlc«), be
cause th» Coast artillerymen have
Ron* into federal service.
"MUNY" LEAGUE TO
HEAR WAR AUTHOR
Frederick Coleman, soldier and
writer, author of "What You Will
Find In France," In the last Issue al
the Saturday Evening Post, will be
the speaker at a special meeting
called by President Griffiths, of the
Municipal league, at the Washing
ton Anne*. Tuesday noon. Coleman
has server! | n the British army and
In the au'hor of several books.
SUCKER HUHT IS
HEW U. S. ORDER
•f Y'»tt*4 Pr»«e Wire
WASHINGTON, July 30. —Prompt
apprehension of "thousands of
drafted men who have escaped de
tectlon and prosecution for failure
to register," was ordered by the
department of Justice today. For
mal notices were sent to all United
States attorneys.
JAPANESE WARSHIPS
SIHK SUBMARIHE
Hr reMeC I'reaa T.eaaed Wire
TOKIO, July .10.—Japanese de
stroyers In the Mediterranean, con
voying British transports, sank an
attacking submarls. It was an
noun'-ed today,
extension foot reclining
chair: r
special—
r#««Ur »rir« 91.1.50
— tht* r*«tful «d JuataM* foot rxt«n«lAn
rr«- iiMinu chair, 4r«i|n«l for prac
tical comfort, f«»ot ««n b*
push ml h««*k nn<lrr trat Mhrn not in
ut«. of clwaljr *ov*t» «r« »• <i> .iron*
fram*. . «*«.tiy »* pictured; r»iniir
prie* fit SO, «p«fi«l *r\ /\/v
for lb* *%o>*lt
straw mattings: feffisiii
very special—
—10 p<tttrrna straw rratttn* f r sum- ji T~' I jfJ 11E I 1 j
jfl 1 ryy 11 ii 11 j
1n #it r« t*hn% in*' • r*. >?• IjlLm.' # 11Z 1I I
" 4 •' • tTy ]ri *rw -y 7/| . ® J
J*P«nr*r m* t11r»u. In r»«l 1 <• an fli, *4 111 tr/XTX I 1f 1 i
family-size refrigerators: > 1
very special— __fa-^L
—the.se three family *i/c refrifcer- (
ock at
[ we arc Seattle agents f>>r the Si
world-famous BOHN SYPH- iL- —& fij
ON SYSTI M r, the I
be>t food preserver; used on
'KILLS WIFE IN
HOTEL LOBBY
H, I I'rfM TMIMft U Iff
SAN FRANCISCO, July no.—
While relatives and others looked
on, Ix>uls Abbott, agod 45, of
Jamestown, Cal., today shot and
fatally wounded his wife, as she
stood In the lobby of the Hotel
Adrian, and then swallowed ryanldo
of potassium. Me died almost In
stantly.
Abbott fired five shots at his
wife Two struck h"r, th» other*
narrowly mlHsing bystanders.
Tan, Red or Freckled
Skin Is Easily Shed
To free your summer-soiled ekln
of Its freckle*. blotches
or tan. the best thlnir to do l« to
free yourself of the akin Itself This
Is easlly accomplished by the u>l . of
ordlnsry mercnllss»d >vax, which run
t»e had at any druiratore Hs" at
\ night bh you iifi cold I'n-am, wash
ing It off In th" momlnir
dlately the offendliiK surface akin
he K lna to come off In fine powdi i
lllr'- partlcl-' 1 1 rad tin 11 v th*- entire
' utlcle In ii.bsorb*-'l, without pain or
Itl'onvenlSnie *j" 11 ■ pi •>' •11 < I In* . i
skin nfiw In evlfli nee iiroiont* H
' spot leas Willi ence I, nil msikllna
besufy ohtalnnlil" in ri<- ot;,» r ■u \
If the heat 'enila to loimi-n and
wrinkle your akin, Iheie'a nn i ff..,
tlve and harnileen remedy \ w ian
readily make m home .Inai let ~n
ounce of powdered saxollti- dissolve
In a half-pint witch haanl and bathe
your fare In the liquid This at
once tlshti-ns the akin and smooths
out ths lines, multlnc you look
years younger.—Advurilsemuiii.
STAR—MONDAY, JULY 30. 1917. PACK i
—rest ul comiort lounges:'
!
72? H
_£ /?
"i*/ -
—— X
011.75
rff iilair |»rlrr »I T>—
••—comfort k> * n l«l««l (
plM* for outdoor un*. of rloarly I
• \en Kr«»« «-n llrcif finnr. .•» (
•rtly *« pi< turr<|. "fan {
l'«n< !" h«rk. m«culn« (»<•«'k«r* ,'
utiUrr »r»n»; regular prtr* ll'. . (
• l Ml f- r !h» #11 «yc
We«k............ . «P 1 1 t f J '
SHIPBUILDERS
MEET TUESDAY
! TO TALK PEACE
A conference looking towar<t i
i peaceful Hettloment of demand* o
; ahlpyard workeni will he held b;
] the official* of a majority of the
1 "hipping corporation* of t.hn riti
I Tuesday, according to General Man
| ager Wiley, of th<> Healtle I>ry IXxi
i and Construction Co.
He denied the rumor that hli
company had announced a genera
26 per cent Inrrefiae. and *ahl thai
| ho far a* ho knew. no Increaae* hai
i heen made liy other companion.
lie decline 1 to *uy when oi
where the (conference would 1»
j held or who would take part In It
The working agreement of thi
I metal trade* worker* expire* Tuoh
day. 'I hey havo made a. denumtj
for wage lncreaacn.
HULBIE NEW ASSISTANT
T K. Uuldle, graduate of the Ifnl
I voiilty of Washington, and author
Ity on rural t*o.hool*, ha* been up
pointed principal as*l*taut to A. S
llurrowi, county au|>erlnt«ndent ol
■choola.
China'* foreign tr.ide for the year
191(5 vii* an Increase of 12 per cent
over 1915, according to report*
compiled fur the Kar Kaatarn trade
bureau.
If you value your watch. l«t
Mayne* repair It Next Liberty
lliualru.—AdvartiaauiouU
Thla dhow* how phyntrlana nt the County-City building men aelertrd by thn draft for eelrot
••rvlcr. Tho lurßmin (1) I* Uiklim tin- maun height; (2) t««**th and mouth eiatnlnntlon; (3) heart and
lun* t<-*t thi-ftft organ* inuat be Round; (4) examining for flat feet or other pedal trouble*.
RED CROSS TO
TAKE TOUCH OF
HOME TO SAMS
BY MILTON BRONNER

HERE'S WHAT SAMMY'*
COMfORT KIT GIVES
M"»th*r» llri* »r« Ihn oon
trnl* of ilik romforl kli* th»<
Aincrlritii licit Croa* I* Kotug to
Ulv» oach Banimjr!
Klakl cotton thread.
Darning cotton for *ok.
Flvp nea<Jla«
Ona darning naadla.
On# nardla caaa
Thirty »*tra buttona.
Thlmbla.
Pair of KiMort.
Soap.
Safety pin*.
Common plna.
Small comb and bruah.
Toothbrush.
Tooth paata.
Shaving mirror.
Mandkerchlafa.
Pocfcet aluminum drinking
j cup*.
Playing card*
Writing pad, envelope* and
cards.
Lead pencil*.
Pocket knife.
Shoe lac*.
WASHINGTON. July 2« —
"The first money from the
$'00,000,000 Red C rose fund
w II provide for the comfort and
well-being of Am«Mc-in aoldiera.
In France and In thi* country.
The army and navy will do
their part, but th* Red Cross
mutt supplement their prepara
tion*."
Henry P Davison, Red Cron
war council chairman, told me
this when I seked Mm hi* or
ganliat>on'e first big Job.
"The tied Croea has an eye to thi
tremendous demand* a really bl|
American army In France wll
mak». Jimt one example. Red
Cros« supplies used to get acrosi
the ocean some ho* rnivhov ftpar*
was found on crowded ships
Wilaon H#lp« Greatly
"Thru Ibp rnieroiin cooperation
of commercial steamship lire* and
foreign transport service, all of th»
nniKli'd apace has been provided
Hut more than thie thru l*realdent
Wilson's personal Interest and the
00-oprratlon 0t the shipping Iwmrd
additional apace will be provided
when needed.
"When lied Cros* suppling are
lanfwd, thev will not clutter up the
already overtaxed Fr. nch railway
line* The Red Ctonh will have (la
own land service hnc« motor
irucka using the splendid French
military roads It h-ia already
bought ii fleet of motor trurkH In
Cleveland We expect eventually
to have many hundreds. These will
carry our supplies from the French
ports to troop depota
"The Ited f'ro«K already has MaJ.
rtr&yaon M p. Murphy at work In
[•'ranee with n force. Hospltala niun
ned with lied Crosa units are In
service—the first units to carry the
American flan to the front.
Pleaaant Place to Play
"nut, Just aa Important, the Red
rr ""« ""I the Y M. (' A are ar
ranging recreation centers. When
Kngllsh Tommies pet n furlough,
ihev can run over to Kngland. The
French pollu can go home.
"But our ftjmmles can't. Well,
we want to arrange so they can
com® to Paris, for Instsnce, get
a room In a clubhouse, with
bstha and clean beds, see
lean newspapers and magazines,
and have the feel of home.
"The Red Cross la going to look
ifter our men In the trenches, too
ft'e recently made a 'preliminary
mrrihsHn o' 1,000,000 pounds or wool
rarn lied Omea chapter iv. 11l knit
his Into sweaters and mittens. Ned
'roan workers are preparing 1,000
ino comfort kl's for our boys. Kn. li
'OHts clone to $2.
At Anierlcnn cm lonments, the
led Cross will he on the Job We
vlll have warehouses at eiioh. with
lupplles of lilanUeta, etc. We will
vork (here, too, with the Y. M. ('
L, in providing recreation centers."
READ STAR WANT ADS
Start Examining Seattle Men for Select Service
Jail failed to cure Mm Hopklna.
one of the aiiffranlats sent to the
workhouse for picketing the White
House, and pardoned later, for she
resumed picket duty aa usual The
president and Mrs Wllacn greeted
hr aa they paaaed In thetr auto
mobile.
STARVATION IS
KILLING PLUCKY
LITTLE BELGIUM
Bf t nllrd I'wm I fMfd Wlr»
WASHINGTON, July 30.
Belgium Is actually starving to
death—starving stubbornly and
gallantly, even defiantly, but
dying.
Lait reports received by the
Belgian relief commission pic
ture a nation dying in prison.
The gresteet crime In history
—th* murder of a nation by
hunger—ls now In progress.
I>ue to Genr.an submarine at
tacks on the relief ships, the ration
now dispensed by the relief com
mission amounts to one-half the
amount of food necessary to keep
an Idle trim barely alive
Over 2.000,000 Uelgians receive
prartically no other food.
Prices of native foods ore out of
reach. Kggs are 60 cents apiece
and other things in proportion. The
average working man with a fam
ily is now earning less than $1 per
day. liis purchasing power Is
trifling As a result the midday
meal of men In the mines, fields
and factories couaitts of alicod
rattle beets.
In one Uolglan Industrial plant
the death rate anionic the workers
for the first three months of 1917
was three nnd one half times the
average for the same three months
of preceding yeara. The resistance
to sickness has been cut to one
third normal. Ninety-five per cent
of the worker* showed loss of
weight, and 3C> per rent loat from
10 to 40 pounds each.
The men dio from the simplest
malady.
In one Ilelglan province the at
tendants at the public soup kitch
ens Increared from 60,000 to 400,-
000 from Feb. 1, 1917, to March 31
Tuberculosis is spreading rapid
ly. In one town of 30,000 the deaths
for the first three month* of 1917
were double the number in the
same pe'iod of lll'll
OerttiHliy I* the only nation In 1
400 yi'itra which linn r< fn- • d lo lie
reaponalhle for the fnitdlnx rind
live* of people In conquered ten I
lory. Itiatoad, *he b*<|tn by plun
dering the Helghm* Of mo*t of their
grain and llvo *tock and null keep*
up a ByAtem of fine* and extortion I
Typewriters war* invanUd In
1843.
Picketing Again
Cut* Resistance
GEN. OTIS DIES
AFTER FIGHT
i AGAINST LABOR
ilf I'MM Wl —
LOS ANGELES, July 30 —
Gen. Harrlaon Cray Otis, found
• r and editor of the Loa Angelee
Tlmea, war veteran and life long
ooponent of organized labor,
died auddenly today at 10
o'clock, at the homa of hia aon-
In-law, Harry Chandler, In Hol
lywood.
Death waa due to ths bursting
of a blood vaataf In th« heart,
according to Dr. Herbert, at
tending physician. Chandler
and Mrt. Chandler were with
him when ha died.
Oen Otla came down to breakfast
n« uaual this morning. apparently In
bin uaual health.
Just aa the negro maid waa aerv.
I Ins him, be put out hla hand and
said:
"Take away the tray, I-ucy. I n
gone."
He died Instantly.
Long Public Officer
Knterlug cjrll life. hi- became offl
clal reporter of the Ohio house of
representatives the year after the
cloae of the war. and later tu nam
ed for superintendent of the govern
ment printing office In Washington.
In I"TO he was ma !<< division chief
|In the patent office, later being
I transferred to the treasury depart
ment and given charge of the sea!
! Islands of Alaska.
In IR7». he became editor of the
j Ivos Angeles Times, where he re
mained until t)ls death
At the outbreak of the Spanish l
war Otis was appointed brigadier l
general of volunteers, and sent j
to tho Philippines He led hl« j
brigade In the capture of Caloocnn.
for which gallantry he was promot
ed to a major generalahi(k. He was
discharged in 1592.
bought Labor
As the owner of the Times, he he-'
K*n a fight on union labor, which
he carried on np to the time of his
j death In 1910, during the heat of
| the Times' labor fight, the Times
li'illding was dynamited, and nio--e
ih sn CO emploves of the paper wire
killed In the resultant t\ff.
The Merchants" and Mantifactur '
era' association em ploy ej Wm. J i
Burns to run down the guilty per-1
aons, and as a result John j Mc-
Namara. secretary treasurer of the
International Association of Struc
tural Iron and Steel Workers, and
his brother. James, were arrested In
I>etrolt and Indianapolis.
After a sensational trip across the
country, the McVamaras were
brought to trial. Clarence S. Har
row, of Chicago, was retained to de. i
fend thorn. After week* spent In no
; lectin* a Jury, the MrNnmnrH broth
er* on mo Itro court luddenlr and
I>lend"d utility.
John was sentenced to 15 years In
prison, and James to llfo.
BUILD TEA HOUSES
Tea houfcn, for the exploitation
of Japanese tea. will be ooiiKtructi-il
thi» week, Ht the corner of Fifth
a\<«. und University »t, by the Ja
pan Contra! Tea association.
More Than 1(5,000
j Satisfied Savers
All money left with this association on or be
fore Monday, August 6, will share in earnings
from August i. For 28 years we have never
paid less than t
jg 0/ ON SAVINGS
/L/ Coffljxundcd Serci-Jir.uany
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HEAT IMPERILS
RATION'S CROPS
f|r l'rr«« I f i»f»l Wlf«
WASHINGTON', July 80— Bwelt
erins heat, reported today from
C"»«t lo roast. Is endangering
America's perishable fcodstuff*.
The department of agriculture 1».
sued a warning 'bru the press that
the housewife must buy. and can
•joirkly, or vast quantifies of «U
--liles will be beyond recall.
AMUSEMENTS
Metropolitan
Tonight£^V^<<^m
1 \ • f All Hwlml
C o m r 4 J Hit*.
WILKES IV^rnf
nnk »4 rtM Tri. mMt M
Tftfttfht All W»«k
»n«1 flatvdajr:
A Hilrrinf. Iltot. Hrmn V%*j
"COMMON CLAY*'
NlgM" ?©• JO'- llr. M*f. 1S«?, tic
With V ( llor.lti: HI NT mnd
Kntlfw Company
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ttiilnj .* 11m*. Rorff* M r«. la
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, I'm for rhil>lr«'<. S«tmr4*r
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k Aftirm>M. 1 a»4 S<:n„ lt«s
NEW PANTAGES
Mat*.. t:3O. N'iffhM, 7 and 9
f IV4RI.nT AQRAR\
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4k l(l!RNA1
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Mr
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Perfect Teeth—better
than nature's best. They
look natural, feel natural.
Yours almost for asking.
Low cost. 15-vear guar
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free.
PAINLESS METHODS
TEETH CLEANED
FREE
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The Dentlat
DENTISTS JKHH
Second
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