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MARY PICKFORD "THE LITTLE AMERICAN" She was only a slip of a girl—the "Little American"—a Yankee Poodle daughter of Uncle Sam. The action is laid in America, on the Atlantic and in Northern France. You can't help loving little Mary—smiling at hei pre dicaments (sometimes through tears) —thrilling at her splendid heroism. The finish makes you feel glad—glad you have seen a most wonderful pic ture and glad you are—Americans! REELS! TREMENDOUS! Latest Car Strike Photos—Local Event! Star-Liberty PictoriaL ISo—Children 5c Fifth at Pike BULL BROS. Jtsat Printer* Hit THIRD MAIN 10*3 PMM OUTFITTING CO COR THIRD iUHIVfRSIir DRESSES MEN WOMEN ""•i- WfEit TOUR CREDIT IS O.K. QUALITY, ECONOMY AND DURABILITY IN DENTISTRY Hare ym fhengirt of the great stride* that are being made In the SCIENCE OF DENTISTRY, by the Introduction of Modern Palnleee Method*! The National Der.tteta have found a mean* of rendering the oi>*ratlon of extracting. filling, crowning lee'h a* painless n* the removal of a shoe from the foot, and we do It without the alight eel danger to the molt delicate patient. Too will hear thla expreaslon almo«t every day In our of fice* "Why, doctor. In that all there I* to It?" The advantage* of being able to do your work without pain Sin quicker, aafer and eaeler treatment*—BETTEß WORK D LOWER FEES. Olvlng you Better Work at lower Kee* la U ha* ballt for this office It* enviable name and following. WE ARE PLATE SPECIALISTS W« Rii<k« Oold Platea. and f«r you a Plata that combine* jy able, Thla Plate (like the . , Oold Plate> la cool, lifcbt. aanltary. adaptable, giving 7011 fiat tnaplrln* feeling of naturalneaK; you may bile, chew and amlle with perfect confident© and comfort. They are rna( l« of A material. v*ry •imilar to aluminum, call»-«l Dentalloy. Hie rout \n very little more than a (food rubber plate The *' om ort and aatlafaction are beyond comparison. SEE SAMCLts. $25.00 RUBBER PLATES $15.00 GENUINE TRUBYTE TEETH (Recognized a« the world s beat teeth) set 'm riibb baa* We guarantee our tla.Ua to a lay In position and give p< feet aervlre. ' rxarn ' na *' on " nt^ KMI&J 1$ W. Cor. Fourth and Pike COUGHLIN HELD FOR DELINQUENT CHARGE Because he I* alleged to have regi*tered at the Stanley Apart menta with a 17-year-old giri a* "J. Taylor and Wife," John J. Coughlln. aald to be a member of a Vancourer shipbuilding firm. I* held at the city Jail on an open charge, with ball fixed at 12,000. A charge of contributing to th« de linquency of a minor will be pre ferred against, Coughlln. who»e family, consisting of a wife and two children, are reeldenta of S>-attl<-. PLAY FINALS TONIGHT Pinal* of the Playground tennl* tournament will be pluyed at 6 p m Monday when l.*ger*trom and Tuckett meet Benton and Worth In double*. It .' — CYNTHIA GREY ILL Cynthia Grey Is confined to her home by lllneee No lat ter* or uniwtri will be pub llihed In her column until ehe ' recover*. 200 PHONE GIRLS JOIN UNION TO BETTER SELVES More than 200 Seattle tele phone operator* of the Paclflo Telephone Co. meeting In **• ecutlve eeeelon at the Labor Temple Batur<tay night, organ lied and accepted a charter from the International Brother hood of Electrical Worker*. There were but el* di**entlng vote* The orjjanltatlon of the girl* here make* Seattle the alxth city In the ctata to receive a charter from the International recently. HuHlnu** Agent Wllllitm I>elan««y, of the local, mid 11. F. (iorilou unit \V. \V. Mi Intyre, organiser* for the ttite*ri>atlotiikl, a<l(lre*ned the xlrl*. nil of them cmittoiitng moderation In the use of the (lower Kl*«u them by union affiliation. Rhod* Kerr Honored "Becauae there are 5.000.000 of ' cnnlted worker* In the I'nlted State* behind you. I* no reason that you aliould carry a chip on your •honlder," Delaney aald Ithodn Kerr w*» elected presi dent of the new local, with Nettle White Tlce president, t'harlotte A. I wan. treasurer and IJllUu Kryu ■ecretary. Officer* of the union declare that 8!>1 operator* In the dly have signified their Intention of Joining the union. Night wo'k and lack of transpor tation facilities prevented all •>» cejt ill") from attending the meet Ing Saturday, fMlaae) nay* Organisation Work Secret The organisation of the union I* the roult of tlm work of organli er» begun In aecret three month* ego, Since the recognition of (he union In Aberdeen, the organlta tlon plan* have been curried out openly. Simultaneously with the an nouncement of the organization, the Pacific company made public a ni'W plan of promotion which will Im-luita examination* for all em ploye* who have been with the comp»ny for one ;it»r The rum tnatlun* will co*er point* <>t thr.tr own work and of work in allied de partment* At pre*«nt they will be held only for employe* of the plant depart ment, which Include linemen and • hop worker*. m f You dont like \\ 11 raw peanuts j 1 k \ Ybti like them J m V \ roasted /M tke^V V ( delicious \ 1 II toas ted ' J flavor I/the real Buiicy A cigarette^y (n&\ vtoastedy lOt Jo/ jp. THE LODGE CAFE Fourth Avenue at Weatlake Featuring th>- lati-at war mills, ••aland I It liUil KI«M Cor Vacl* ttNHiwlr." High cliaa Entertainment and I'nncluK k P. M. to 1 A. M. miftuMr >'H»hi SIAK—MONDAY, JULY 30, 1917. PAQE .« CAR PEACE IS I THOUGHT NEAR - — ♦ Continued From Page 1 ' the public Interest, four ltitere*t, nnil that of the company, during tlin e\l*tenc« of tlm war, demand that till* Unit effort lie mtdi* to *et j 11** nil controversies between ua, *i> miluiilt the following offer "I That we nliumlon the ugree mmit to arbitrate certain question* heretofore entered Into between u* under with h you selected .tame* A. Duncan liuil we aelected I'. J I'mnklln un arbitrator* "2. That »e auhtntt to a new board of arbitrators composed en tlrely of dlalntereated peraona all que* t ion* between un. Including whether the company ahall recog nlre the Amalgamated Aaaorlatlon of Street and Klaetrlcal Hallway (Cmployea of America and any local (hereof of which you may be mem ' ber*. I "3 Thl* board of arbitration *hall ronslat of four arbitrator*, to be ■elected by you from the following I named persons: "Robert S. Bean, United Statea district Judge, Portland. "Wallace Q Collin*. Seattle. "H. C. Henry, Seattle. "John T Heffeman, Seattle. "Blehop Trederlck W. Keator, Ta coma. "Judge Kenneth Mackintosh, Se attle, "Rev. M A. M*tth*w», Seattle, "Clarke Nettleton, Seattle "Blehop Edward J. O. O'Dea, Se attle "Frink H. RudVln, United State* dletrlct judge. Spokane. "Or. Henry Suziallo, Seattle. To Go Back to Work ' 4 Pending th« hearing before and the decision by *uch hoard, you to take your former |.oelllone | with the company at the same seniority costing on the ICth day of Jul), HIT. Tou will appreciate that It Is necessary to Impose a rei*onab|e time limit upon the re j xumptlon «f > our respective former ipoaltlon*, to the end that Injustice may not done by a former em ploye seeking to displace one who ha* taken bta place. You should, therefore, within a reasonable time Indicate your wllllngne** to accent jor refuse thl* offer of arbitration, 'and In the event of your a> cepi ance of the *vme. a former employe dealrlng to retain hi* rank and ► enlortty should report for duty within 24 hour* after euch accept- , ance The ttoard of arbitration prescribe such rea*onable r i|e* nnd regulation* governing the hear- In* before It that each pirty may have timely notice and a full and tree opportunity to lw» heard, as well aa repre*ented by coun*el We tiellevo It la our patriotic ' dufy lo make thl* offer and that like motlvea will prompt you to ac rept the aatne. to the end that by mutual cooperation we may each . assist Inatead of poa«lbly embar rass tlie prealdent of the Cnlted Rtate* and those In authority In prosecuting the war In our common country I* now engaged To Insure the ronllnuahce of *uch mutual coot-erallon during the present national emergency (and we trust a renewal and prwaerva lion of cordial and friendly rela j lion* between the company and yourselves!, the award of the 1 board ahould be binding upon the company and lie employe* until a period of three montha after the t'nlled state, government shall have concluded pear*. "Your* very truljr. "Pl'tSBT HOC N't) TRACTION. IJOKT A POWER COMHANY "lly A. W LEON A HI). President." Here's 'he *trllier»' counter proposition: The Pugrt c>»iind Traction. I.lght & Power Company and Subsidi ary Com pan Im. "Mr A W. [«ODir', President, Stii urt Hulldlng, Seattle. Wa*h "(ientlemen Your communlca- Hon to jour employes published In today'* newspaper rail* for an Im mediate response from u* a* the authorized representative* of the employes of your company. We desire to sa> thai we are heartily In accord with the princi ples net forth In your communlca tlon. while we do not agree with all the detail*. On July 21. 1917, »o wrote you a* follow#: Quote Former Offer '"Owlnn to the serious situation which now confronta the people of our country an the result of the present war and of the great Injury to the business of the city of Seat tle and the public generally. we nfcw submit to your our final and definite proposition on the matter of aettlement between the I'uget Pound Traction, Ught & Power coi,ip«ny and Its employe*. In whlfh letter we then propo*ed arbitration, and submitted to you the name* of five prominent gentlemen of thl* city, \rnong the namea that have been »übniltted by both aide#, we can unquestionably find an arbi trator satisfactory to both parties to the dispute.' Cite Btate Law "We desire lo call your attention to chapter 6 of Remington's Code and Statute* of WaahlnKton. Sec tion l« aa follow*: 'It shall be the duty of the state labor commissioner, upon applica tion of any employer or employe hnving differences, as soon as prac - ticable, to visit the location or s ioh differences and make a careful In quiry Into the cause thereof, and to advise the respective parties what, if anything, ought to be done or submitted lo by both to adjust said dispute to a settlement thru said commissioner; then said comrnls sloner shall endeavor to have said parties consent In writing to sub mit their differences to a board of arbitration to be chosen from citi zens of the stale as follows, to wit: Said employer shall appoint one and said employes, acting thru » majority, one. and these two shall select n third, these three to consti tute the board of arbitration, and the findings of said board of arbi tration to be filial.' Whit the Law Say* "Section 6600: 'The proceedings of said board of arbitration shall be held before the commissioner of la bor. who shall net hh moderator or chairman, without the privilege of voting, and who shall Keep a record of lis prof lings, Issue *tlb|K>enas and administer oaths to the mem ber* of said board aud aiijr wltuwMl .. Thc Frce " SATISFACTORY TERMS ALWAYS "Hoosier" Sewing Kitchen ,;:^ k OTTO F. KEGEL. President Month-End , "\ Summer, Camp Special, mgm e .Ay. and Vac,lion Picnic Lunch Baaksta. 11 \ I tt-Sllll 1 bMT Nppflc lucbes. ■iPTVPiR - 3 » y'A liCCUa ~ Moderately Priced ateel in pyramid form, to hold -LlJk4 4-^ lltLlXji' nutMnrvc <to« TD four *llr«»a of brrntl Hpectal j K, rT ' ft -- ? TZrrfild |M /j i- *\ f I' A •>' MOCKS, $1.98 TO each, 15c VV" I '<• f i 54.75 ) r.ney fruit Ba.kete. mad- .1) 7/ f M If..'! j/|/ » (fTlff (if THKKMOS BOTTLES, ! aplll bamboo, flnlahed brown t'.Oc * |i U " H / i V 1 1/1 "si 50 TO $4 SO ! i'IVS» V* '*■• "* " 1 « II ' I! TIII KMATK FIRFLESS Sweat Pea Vaaei, mad' of clear f«T TWITpf T|>p j < OOK I KS, $14 TO $24. eryittl, with «Ida apreadinc flange I I I I I I ELECTRIC IRON'S, ALL to aupport abort atoms Kacb. 35c M JL JI^kMAKES. Cut Olaee Viiti, 12 Indie* In __ ___ II P'CTRIC f'.RII IS i OF CHARACTER electric TOASTERS; »i«» ksr viinixnviijix electric percolat- A large assemblage of newest designs in fine j ORS. I r tirnittire is reailv and offers you every possible f>p- I'.I.ECTRK SS'ASHIN'fj portunity for individual taste and selection -arcrird- M\( MINES. »»K t" y««ur needs and decorative requirements. A 1". ROL U X PORCH mmk Featuring Quaint Dining- ~amm!» mS'"!!' D O 'm. nri_- WT 1 CAMP STOVES. ■-»* Room buites 1 his Week wardrobe trunks. The De Luxe The pick of several of the best known lines have CASES. fnmbi nj* tion been brought together, and deserving of special men- I RAVELING BACiS. tmn are the new Chromewald finished matched suites , FRANTZ P R E M I E R Vacuum Sweeper from the Stickley Shops. Made of solid oak or birch, i KLF.CTRIC CLEANER C _• i tf-e QC this new finish has a richness and depth of color that |-')'( ETC. special appeals to everyone, bringing out the texture of the Meet* e*ery requirement of 'he wood as has never been done before. «' eiactlng housewife . A large variety of period design- in mahogany, * JFO * _ la--. B t eijmpp. .1 mith the »„',de, walnut, fumed and waxed ..ak dining room suite- are , |l|f *ork.-i Automatic Brush niiju»t- being ihown, al a price ranging from $/5 to $450. jur 1/JL I ment with broom action. I I n M The brush action, together with Our Entire Third Floor Is Now J jST, JS 1 ' the trenii-ndoua aurtlon de • « j-y. < t r . | ! relope<l by triple com urrenl acting Devoted to the UISpiAV Ol Tine bellow*, wlil.il *uck* u; •>■■■ par- . . . . n /WWW*- /*?. tide of din. make* it the ail per Matched ouites for Living Koom, . >- - " itlon Vacuum fb-aner. _ sr Regular it 50 value. Hp». tai. each. Dining Koom, Bedroom An interesting ■ "Ile'tion, from which selection jc 11 'can be made lx>ih satisfactorily and profitably. r;,^y/JJj j The Present Display of j Renders it possible to supply practically any de- II I manrl, however unusual it may be. j "' * B Rugs in every desirable weave and quality, and I ■ in every si/e. for residential, office, club or hotel I y ou can have all the I u»e, are to be found in the present collection. j mUilf j. ou want , n(J wh^n H Among the new .»rri\als are Ilerati, Shah Abbas, you want It with a VIC- I I.akcwood and Whittall's fine Wilton Hugs, ranging trola X., a* illustrated. R in price from $55 to $f<2.50 for the c 'xl2 size. Other Choice of mahogany, sues m stock range fn m 22 \i by M• inches to 11-3 ; j fumed or waxed oak I by 15 leet finlah A Directing your special attention to the new show- ' Records, jour own aelee- JIVCtIQXgIV 111 K of j. "on ->.tK> Axminster Rugs j T ZZ« These are exceptionally serviceable and moder- a $10.00 down, $1.50 a week. Are viireiM i i.i.ed. atelv priced tre being shown in a large variety of , II Thi* eiriu*i»e Munarrh fr.mre designs heretofore only produced in the more expen li'ngth'fii O « llf** "f th«* and s|\'C \\ lltOH m nar.-h iieiigee *r« fuel *a»er» - The new colorings include shades of rose, blue, ' jjj *',? .n'i'""" gray, and the following are available- 27 ■ Yi.'''"!^ \li nil h tlar.K. qir< kly ttU'lt, .Vixb.l-llU'h, .ViX/2-ltlcll, JRI *i and ea.lljr: need n.. hlaekln* , lX < ( 7 . S .Mm ... U ,s\iJ. \M', ;ind • Trnd»« your old »t«vt n* p*rt p«y- 17\ 1 > tret 1 GROTE-RANKIN- Pike St. and Fifth Ave. —GROTE-RANKIN sa'd board may deem necessary to summon' "Section 6601 'Any notice or process issue! by the board herein created shall be served by anv shet Iff, coroner or constable to whom the same may be directed, or In whose hands the s ime may be plac ed for service.' "Section 6604: 'In case the funds herein provided are exhaust ed. and either party to a pro[>osed arbitration shall tender the neces sary eipenses for conducting «-ald arbitration, then It shall be the duty of the stale lal>or commission er to request the opposite party to arbitrate such differences In ac cordance with the provisions of this chapter.' Suggest Following the Law "We believe that arbitration, un der the statute, would be more sat isfactory to both sides, as the stat ute provides the compulsory attend ance of witnesses Under the stat nte you will see the lalior commis sioner acts merely as chairman, ad ministers oaths and acts In an ad visory capacity only. "We therefore suggest lo you < I . I4('11 II • ; . , •, t%iU • I 41l * I 111 II I* . i » •M I II K I •<it t iti - I hrri' can In- no ulroim. %l|»orou«. Iron men nor beautiful, heiiHhj, ro«)-«'herked nomi'ii million I Iron—\Minlfd Iron taken three time* |ier day nfiir meal* %% 111 ImrrnM' the ulrrnnlh Mild endnranee of «enk. nrr%- oum. run-iloM n folk* I INI per eenl In two "ei-Kn' lime In inan> li»*lnii«r«. \»ol*l |lie old forniH or meliillle Iron *%l»leb ma> Injure Ilie (eHI». corrode llie MloiMiM'h. nnd Iliereliy do more liurm limn Rood. lake onl> oramnie Iron— .\u&nled Iron." II l» dUpenaed In lbl« elty by IM%I IJrui; C 0.. Ilur lell Urn* Co., Inlfl'M Pharmacies nod all good % that out of the name* already lected an arblttator be chosen. A board of four arbitrate- •» would be Inoffectlve, as such board mlgat re suit In a deadlock. "We desire, In the Interest of an Immediate settlement, and to avoid the delays that result thru the use of Intermediaries, that your com pany, thru Its representatives, meet the authorized representatives of your employes, as we are fully Hat lsfl"d, by calling such a meeting within a very short period of time, a full and complete accord can be reached "II is understood, of course, that your company, as well as Its em ployes, desire* a complete settle ment of the entire difficulty, which, of necessity, must Include the cities of Seattle and Tacoma. "Respectfully submitted. "Conference committee represent ing all organized employes of the Puget Bound Trmction, l-tght ti Power company and all subsidiary com pa tiles IAMKS A ni'XCAN, "A. A, WHITKIjKY. "J. MORUKNTHAUBR." Today's Market Report rrifft Paid nhoir««i». rwirn for VfgrlahlM and fruit TKniTTAIfIM %rtlrhokea —Per dos. A*i'®ragn« Per In Hl9 j«v, Itean* -Oreen o'> 1 at'.age tvtnnlngetead 02 H 4 aolaleupe tfta» -lard 400 r 125 Plats ?• Celery I*"'al. dot 1 < orn llufcka Per lb. jq ( u< omherw- No. 1 No. 2 90© I 00 Cggplant California, per lb 20 i.arlle—Cal new per lb ... 10#.*2S ||nr*eradt>h — I *»ral par la j| Irtlnre -Per cratn— hothouse | »| lx»ral 2 00 l*cal, head, par doa. 109 Ok re—Par but Mnlnna— 'Jreen, per dr»a j| Wax. per r«M 1 7S 1 Cal . rad. sack Cm ®lejf t'al. per rto» bunrhea ! Pea® Kx press 0 4 0i ' Peppers Per In — » allfornla 20 < ireen. !«• 99 1 I'ojw« rn Nebraaka, per 1b... 070 0? «» IC. illkhe* 1 .«•< al 1 Itluiharb--P»r lb. oi I BMgkM flltl I ; Florid* (t-baakat erata) ' I 1 urnlpa Local, per aark 100 Cal.. par aaea allan it Pot utoea Ix>rala. new 40 00 Cal 0U i Kerr* Cherrlea — Hlack Tartarian, lb 04 Hlngs (looaeherrle* Per lb ii< nej — New, ruaa 00«t Hi rained, new .im I em on® 50 Oronge® All i»l*ea *....400 Strawl»errle® <'lark Beedllnga 1 00 Ma rutin 11® 2 00 Watermelon Per lb 02 H * Prleea Paid Produeera for Kg|a~T Poultry, Vral and Pork | llroiler® 1917 IH l>u<ks— Fat K|f> .:«f-a :\s lit-ua Under 4 It»a. 13.1g « |ba and ovar lg Pigeons Oood ®lme. doa. I»# lurkey® Dressed 21 , \ eal Fancy. €b to 125-poiind Ik I i(no»ter<« old, Ilva 11 lofk—iiood block hoga 1/ • jgllhil Price* to Heialler fa# . Itutter. I gg® and theme ♦ ♦ Hatter— Native Washington creamery. rain, .43 Nitln >Ni rhlnitnn • reainery, brick 44 Htoragre t'*ilf« rt i«t. <üb« Htoragw California, brick It i:*g» rtelsct ranrh . C he Domestic when* || llmburger ?|f gg Oregon trtpleta *4(9 .2$ Waninngton trlpleta Zl& .24 Young America C'ooßtry llay and Cirnla iPrlcea paid wholesaler* I ♦ —_4 Krralrb I'oml 10 00 Chirk Food 00 All t.raln Chop .<I.OO Oat® i,4 00 ■tolled Oat* Mk 00 Wheat oJ limn 36 i <| Short* '» 99 ■tolled or Cirotind ilarley 51.99 « «»rii *•, 99 < m< ked torn M.OO Soya Itrmi Meal .152 00 Cocoa nut Meal ..46.00 Alfalf»* Meal I? 00 lieef Scrap* 00 4>yater Shell® 11.99 I'hh Meiil 70 00 AI fml f>• llay ISO# Timothy . 27.00 Wheat 11*9 ...-11.99 REDUCED RATES TO CALIFORNIA First Class. Third. San Frsnclsco .sls 00 $14.00 $9.09 los Anneles .. . $20.00 $51.50 $14 SO Bun 1 Mt'iio $22.00 $23 50 $16 50 Oood service. lar«re outside state rooms iind unsurpassed meals. Every convenience for passengers. Full particulars at City Ticket office. THE McCORMICK LINE 100 ( kerry St. Phone Klllott 3439 FREE DOCTOR | Go to the Right Drug C*. fIM Washington U. And the Doctor will glvo you a careful examination and preacrlba for you FREE. If you are tick you cannot do bet er than take advantage of thlt of ler. We save you money and giv« the bMt poaalble treatment.