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f i \ ■MfiKdr' #- '«! * N \juKi To Mr fSiands I un now playing Hf^^^^^KV9lg^^^^H|^HMHH|H the IJbertv in "The Little cab.** Frankly. I bo- lleTe is a wonder b««- lloto you It is after roa have ■von The tor pedolng (Inking ■ B of tha ocean liner H H went remarkable. H even to "picture- hardened'* little ma. say M Ejyi ma ronr opinion after rou hare seen for know rou are going to aaa "Tha Little Amarlran." PICKFORD. —Thoee mJfbP wait tin Ifie and tha might ml as In the crush. \ »" >\^p Admission 15c I': y&T Children 5c / ~ -y THERE WABNT anything In th« new chancellor's speech which would give the public any Idea of the reaaon for which the emperor fired Von Bethmann-Hollweg —Yakima Republic. $100,000,000 Government of the Dominion of Canada Two-year 5 per ccnt. gold notes. Dated August 1. 1917. Due August 1, 1919. Interest payable February 1 and August h Both principal and interest payable in United States gold coin in New York City, at the agency of the Bank of Montreal. Coupon Notes in Denomination of $1,000 The obligations represented by the above notes and all payments in discharge thereof are to be exempt from all present and future taxes imposed by the government of the Dominion of Canada, including any Canedian income tax. This offering is made subject to the completion of necessary formalities and to the approval of counsel. WE OFFER THE ABOVE NOTES FOR SUBSCRIPTION AT 98 AND INTEREST, YIELDING ABOUT 6.07% Subscription books will be opened at the office of J. P. Morgan fc Co. a* 10 o'clock a. tn., Monday, July .V), 1917, and will be closed at 10 o'clock a. m., Thursday, August 2. l'>l7, or earlier, in the discretion of the undersigned. Subscriptions may, if desired, be filed in Chicago with the Harris I rust & Savings Bank for trans mission to New York. The right is reserved to reject any and all applications and also, in any case, to award a smaller amount than applied for. Amounts due on allotments will be payable at the office of J. T. Morgan & Co. in New York fundi, to their order, and the date of payment will be given in the notices of allotment. Temporary certificates will be delivered pending the engraving of the definitive notes, J. P. MORGAN & CO. BROWN BROTHERS & CO. HARRIS TRUST & SAVINGS BANK, CHICAGO. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, BANK OF MONTREAL NEW YORK CITY. GUARANTY TRUST COMPANY OF NEW YORK. BANKERS' TRUST COMPANY, NATIONAL CITY COMPANY, NEW YORK CITY. NBW YORK CITY. WM. A. READ & CO. Cynthia Grey's LETTERS DON'T RUSH IN Q.—The halpful luggiilioni In your aympathatlc column hava *n couragad ma to conault you about my own troublaa. I am a college atude nt, but for lomi time I have been won dering whether a career la pref erable to a quiet married life. My enter* are all marr Ie d and happy, but they newer went to college, ao they don't Know the Joya of a Could you advlaa student's life me T I have rara callers, tho I en|oy them when they do come, and yet. I wonder if I could endure eeeinf the ume man on the other aide of the breakfjat table every morning. J. V. S. A Heaven forbid that a career or a college education ahould pre vent a young womun from becotu- Ing a eurcemtful wife and mother anv more than It would a young man from becoming the life pro tector of the woman he love* On th«< other hand. It la Juat aa Im portant and necessary that th« mother* of <>ur future generations ahoitlil be educated no the father* Hut let me aarti ioii iKin't ru«h Into matrlmon) N'eter marry Juat any one who ahould happen to aak yon. merely because vou feel It your duty to marry (to on with your ' areer. but don't seclude your aelf ftom the social world Some day "Mr Right" will croea your path- and Instinctively you will know. Why, my dear girl, when you are married to the one snd only man. "the (ace acr«>«a tha hreakfaat table ' will become nur er and dearer to you aa the first happy days and months lengthen Into the long year*. USE RED INK Q—Could you please toll m# how to atiff*n the croch*ted basket*? I tried sugar syrup, but ths basket Is pink and the sugar turned whit* on It. Would boiling the *yrwp too long caut* It to turn whit*? MRS P. 8 F. A.— Perhaps you boiled the syrup too lon* It should be mnked only until It Ihread* from the tines nf a fork. Tut n little red Ink Into the • ymp—Just enough to give it a shade of pink. MUST HAVE EXPERIENCE Q —A* I am very lnt*r**t*4 In th* Red Cross, I would Ilk* to become a nufst. Could you plea** t*H me what I should do? Will I have to go to a hoapltal to train? I wish to btcoma a real Red Cross nurae, net an aaalatant. Please tail ma full particular*. P. B. H. A —The Red Cmsa does not con dart a tralnln* school for nurses To be elltiblw for senrtcm, an appli cant must have had a two years' com!-*«• In a general hospital of at least SO beds, and must havn had the care of men Applicant* must >.e at least 25 >nar* old A Fled Cross nurse receives |. r »0 a month for snrflcea In the t'nlted States, and IfiO a month elaewhere. with t>rorer maintenance. traveling e» penses and laundry allowance READ STAR WANT ADS STAR—TUESDAY. JULY 31, 1917. PAGE 3 RAINIER VALLEY IS BLOOMING! War Gardens Growing With Profusion; Lime Is a (treat Help Baattlo'o garden apot. That'a what folk* are calling the Rainier volloy, out along the Seattle, Ranton A Southern railway, where aome of Seat tle'a flnaat war-garden* arc be Ing grown. Fat black aoll ahow* thru rtctangular patch** of grtan thin i'«, growing In profualon on flat placaa and hill alopa* on both aldea of the car track Trim, cloir-cut, clean gardena, are three, where every foot of the ground la utilized on level atretchea, thoy look like patchwork •pillt*, blue, with great head* of cabbage, yellow green where the lettuce |* growing, doeper green In tho hootl garden*, and black where tlu> crop ha* already been h«rto»» ed, nnd tho ground I* waiting (or a aecond planting Stood on End <>n the billable*. there are tor rai ed gardena and garden* atand lug on end, checkered with the varicolored crop* like tho flat apace*. fYoquently fruit tree* are thick on the*o alopoa An you paaa by on tho atroot car, tour eye I* caught by *«arlet or blue flaalio* where flowora *re rlfo Rtnung tho more practical food planla And you cati h gllmpaea of red ararlet runner bean* on high |iolo* along tho fence* Some of lh"»» «iti limit tlluatrate whit run be done oil • few feet of Rood ground by proper buabandry One of tlila anrt In tucked tip on a hlllalde alxire the lake at ltalnler tleach. Wiata no Space It belotm* t<> K (! Ilackman. at 9*30 .'.lth ave. K lie and Mra Ha< kman have mide It In odd mo menta In the door yard of their rottige that they bulll there laet September The garden plot behind It la 50 feel lon* and 40 f«-et wide "When we planted It, we laid It out In neat little anuarea." aald Mr* llarkinan Monday, "with nar rum niilkl lietHfn the rowa ao we rotild go all thru It And we plant ed the p»tche* cloae together ao that none of the apace would be watted And now look at It " All the willia are filled up. and you can *carcely »ee the black noil anywhere The potato vlnea crew ao far out of their proper domain that they Interfarvd with two rowa of corn clambering up alongside, and hid to be trained sack. Cana Peat The renter of thl* plot la orru pled hy four ten foot rowa of "tiratla" pea* They have grown to be more thin aeven fe»-t hl*h. and each picking fllla a wa*h tub. Mr« llnckn.ati la canning them for • Inter uae "I hare only loat alt quart* by fermentation." ihe eaid "I think It »n becauaa I kept thein In the liKht. You hare to keep canned peaa In the dirk, or they'll apoll " Mra Itackman la weary of pick In* peaa. and la threatening to hare the patch rut out and aowed In fall tnmlpa noon N'ett to thta patch I* a row of cabbage* "Innlah Rail" la the *a rlety, and the heada are big. round and flat, and welch ten pound* each Bat wean the head* of cahbace and In the row ne*t are the hill* of com. which were near |> crowded out by Ihe potatoea. Petatoaa *r« Wondara And aueh polatrwe! They are Hlue Victor*. and are pronounced by Mr* Hark man to be a fine salad potato, firm and white when cooked They are very pro llflc, she *ajs. and the vine* are three feet high thruout the patch Next tho potatoes are n few row* of Karllana tomatoes, wme teed onion* that h**e already t>een "stamped down' »o they will dry In the irround. »nd a patch of fully matured carrot* that are waiting In the Mirth fur ii*o In odd corner* are boot*. boot mangle* for green*, kale. and aunflowor* for tho chicken*. The liouna, however, ore tho pride nf the »tnr<l«"fi Hack of the P«hm thero are two row* of lirown I>o Ift bean*, nil nil mill eight feet high Then there nr« eight row* of dwarf horticulture bean* |R lliihoa tall Ami mmu III" hack of th« lot, (crooning u chicken yard, with vivid crimson bloaaom* thick In their green folliiK". «ro Ifi l«ilo» of acarlot nftmor b»»u*, none of tlicm lo** than eight foot high. All Kindt of Lettuce In n corner, within it friuno, are If' young raapherry buahea t'ndor tho tinrk atop* l#» healthy crop of pumloy. And along th« *mith *lde of tho hoiim (row con lettii* >\ head let tuce, rod Ictlnco, and radlahe* that Mia Ilacluiutii pinn lm whenever tho • upply wooina to ho running low Tho atroot In front of tho H»ek man houao liu* not yot boon cut NEGROES TRAINING 1,200 Make Good at Des Moines Camp DES MOINES, la.. July 31.— Mora than 1.200 negroca are drilling and training 10 houra a day and atudylng every night, at Ft Dea Molnea. In order that the negro ahall play hla part In tha war. The men hare made good with their naighbora When a ncgT" attident-offlcer walka down the !*»* Molnea street*, peopla turn to look at him and pralae hi* bearing and behavior. Died Like Haroea Some of the moat effect!** aol dler* In the civil war were ne croea It waa a necro reclment which bore the brunt of our Mexi can e»p»-dltlonary work They *tnod their ground and dl«l like he ro«a In the maanarrc of Parrn). Ne*me* from collect* by the hundred. re*rrx(» of utandlnic In Cie world'* work. have sacrificed home and hu*lne«* to ►erve the fl*S I>r Oeor*e \V faharls*. of Washington, one of the "tarter* of the movement. Is at the camp, si rv- Inr. In the Y M (' A , and htintlnc a way to do medical work at can ton men t* I>r. Jo*eph If Ward. 44 rear* old. left hi* wlfc> and two children, hi* profitable medical practice, and hie private surgical **nltarlum In In dianapolis to tincome nn offl -er A baeehall !e**ne and motion pic ttires are the only camp recrentlon* Hut. inan' Mow the colored folk of He* Motne* dr> swell with pride nit they watch thone negro *tudont-offl cer* drill! PERFECT NEW MACHINERY TO CHOKE KAISER muff Cp*--!*! BY L. H*RI»ER LEECH WASHINGTON. July 31.— Uncle Sim'i embargo grip en the kal*er'» throat Is tighten ing day by day. It* effect I* keenly felt on both oide» of the Atlantic. There are neutral proteet* from Holland and Scandinavia, and from American exporter*. To enforce n real embargo lake* an elaborate organization to Issue the nerrsKsry expert license for every shipment, and Inspect all shipment*. IlulldinK tip that organization Is thi" present embargo board task Until It Is complete the Hrltlsh blockade will continue In full fo-< <■ At present shipment from Amer lea Involves complicated len»l pro cedure and three permits. (1) the usual ship clearance papers, Issued by the collector of'customs; (2) the American export Tlcense; (3) the Hrltlsh "letter of assurance," is sued by Hrltlsh diplomatic agents to secure ptifaaK" thru the Hrltlsh blockade. Kven then tho ship is liable to Hrltah admiralty search and anything suspicious In an Am erican port brings a search by the American custom house "neutrality squads" The Hrltlsh have built up effi cient ltiHpectlon In American ports now being copied In the American organization and eventually to be replaced by It. Then the American export license will supersede the Hrlllsh "letter of Assurance." fCooperation with the Hrlllsh In tli« first ataKBH of tho embargo glvoa tho key to the wholu pur poie. to cnish (lerniftny hy ninklnK the block ude alrt t i:ti< Hvery other consideration In secondary, neutral plens and need* and Ih« demand* of tho American export business alike. It Ih no iwret that Hit' principal l)U»llU'8H of Ul" llct*iii«* men will In 1 il«rUolnK licenxuH, not tiiauliuj; tbon. Ithni, nnd along K high gran* and wood* grow rtfn "In oolf-defenan from tho wood*, wo planted h«Jf tho atroot In pota , tooa," nn lil Mr* I link man "And hero on tho north aldo of tho houan I wiwod my remnant*" Tho "remnanta" are hoot*, tur til pa, ai|uuNh, cucumber*, nnd nioro j''orn. And tho early turnip* aro tho only crop thin hu* not heon it 1 hiicco** In tho llackmini rurden Turnip*, It *eom», get wormy, If 'planted too oiirly In tho aonaon It* n<> magic that make* thl* i rarden richer than thoao around It. thn llackman* *»y. Juat good enro. plenty of fertiliser, and lot* of wator "I'orhapa tho hundred pound* of llmo th'it wo mixed with tho *01l holpod thing* out a lot." *ald Mr*. Ila'km*n "Thl* I* our flr*t ex perience with gnrdonlng, and wo do n lot of experimenting "But we've had more return* I from our war garden now than wo i know what to do with." Right. Dr. George W. Cabannla, who atarted negro training camp movement; left. Dr. Joaeph H. Ward, who gave up lucrative prac tice to become army officer. Today's Market Report I C«M « hnlrMlf n»lm let WgfUhlM and frail ,♦ —i VKCtFTADI.iI 4rllfhotir« Per del. .71 Aeparagu. I'er la IV# 12^ ft*an» j i «ht>age wn>nln|tt«»4 • !*% 4 anlaloupe Ht»nd»r«l toq r»nr I js Kui« . i :j r#w> t*»«*ai. «i<»» lis I vrn llaeke P«r tb ( BflinibfMH- N« 1 ?| Na * »o#l 00 Igg plant ' aHforrt*. par 1k... }f i.arUr Cal . per lb .... It nfMfattllli Ixtrml par la || I ler «'•»»- I /if • I hofhnuaa 11l 104 Loral head. par do®. tin «« | Okra l'er boa oiitnn* - f.reea. i'+r fl Waa. P*r 1 ?• C«l, r*d. aack ...12$ I a retry — r»l, par dm bunrhaa t* reae 04 os prpp#r« l*ar If* — CallforiiU SO Uraen. l*i. i» popr«»n« par lb 07# 0?^ |:»« M»'"- l ll II Itliubarb P»r lb ,9| i nil -»ml • * .1 Florid* t» •»••*•« « • ta) Turnip* I*»« •!. p*r aa< k tOO Cal.. per «*»•• III! T#n«w i s« j ! rolwlnfa Ixiralft. naw «0 00 Cal ii 00 mi it* fhrniM Mark Tartarian, lb 04 Hinge 10 Par lb oi It - nejr— N»W, riM I COO y I# Htralnad. naw 1 flllßM f b0 «IrMttgra All "Iraa . . 40( | straw berrlct " lark Haa.lllnga 100 lllfftlltll .. s 01 I%alarm#Per lb oi^ I'rlrra Paid Prod a car® for ■eST? ! | Poultry, \ ral imd I'ork I trailer* 1• 17 If# .11 ! liuck* rat XffP ■•» I llena I'ndrr 4 lha 13# j| 4 I ha. and c*»r j| |*l|»on» ti««d atsa. dm i n | Turkey* Draaa»d 37 \ ral I'anrv. 0b to lift-pound 1$ ftwoetera 4 »|i|. llva \\ I oik — tiood block hoc* If ♦ • helling Prlraa to ttrtallrr fur llutlrr. K||a »m«l 4 lire** # _4| Hatter-— Natlv4* Washington rr#«m«r)'. t üb# .43 1 N• 11v»* \V aahlm:' on rrram»rjr, brick 44 Kit*r■*m4'allfornla, tuba .40. Htornit* * "allf4»rnla, brick 41, I'.gga Haiti t ranch .42 C heeaa pomaatln wheal 41 IJmburger ?*0 29 Orrfi'ti trlplata . .14# 21 Waablngton triplvta 23# 24 Touag America .11 0 -' "" ♦ Oantrj Hay and tlraJa (Prltal paid whu:«aal*ri » —♦ . »0 00 t hit U l"na«l 00 , All taralll 4'l*«P . . til go | 4 lata .. 4 00 j Itiiltad «>•»► • • .*4.410 \\ Ural I 00 llran Hhnrtu BK.OO Itallad ar tironntl ffarlay 12 00 Corn 4 racked Cam 90 00 C.vya Hean Meal ~..62 00 nroantil M*al 4ft 00 | 41 f»«If•% MMI IT 00 1 |i#rf Hera pa .....I*o 00 1 (i)slrr Mlialla II 00 I Uli Mnal TO 00 Alfalfn Hay II 00 1 luiot ii) 37.00 \%'ti4Mal llai II.Of 1* KLA 1) ST AH WANT ADsT SATISFACTORY TF.RMS ALWAYS Grote-'Pankin OriO /. fiF.Gl.l.. PreMdent Domestic Science Teachers Every where Are Recommending "THE FREE" SEWING MACHINE Because it run' lighter, sews faster, is noisele-ss, is more convenient than any other sewing machine. The Daily U.e of "The Free" Sewing Machine l»y tlie homemakers al! over the land has given it a popularity ami prominence known to every woman who values efficiency and convenience. Trade Your Old Hard Running Machine for The FREE Machine u. ... n«'ckiy pays '£!" /L. ffili f ■ Py** 1 difference. ".I. fafeb Pffau# II The new models ]\ IITIIT " inC ' Uflr f " me<l far io« BBrjJ an< ] waxed oak *"L Ja n ruahogany || f'" J match the furni • P tu re in your if room. All That Is Necessary to Do Your Washing With a Thor Electric M«*hin! I \ V y. is to push a button L\4 V(Ju ti\ an '' it goes to work, kg. _J"I fIH ..wflgA W ashes the clothes \ y"" \ 7' I \ perfectly; wrings /•V kv> _ them also; really no ift'i f- ' "■ t* l *! - /" j*l *T > work for a woman 'Jjj , : I 'The Thor Electric l - - fA Washing Machine • ►II \ \ 11 ui/ will do a good-sized \ JU~nn washing on 2c worth I ■ >4u/' I small payment ■' / •/•/ ' . n°w and a smaller M... '/'C payment each week — — uts a * n your Grote-Rankin —PIKE AT FIFTH—Grote-Rankin Wife's Death Will Deprive Army of Portland Judge PAN FRANCISCO, July 31.—The death of his wife In Portland *111 probably cause Judge Calvin I*. (Jantenbeln of Portland to abandon hi* arnfv career. Judge Ganten bein started for Portland today. having been given a 16-day leave from the Presidio reserve officer*' training camp. (Santenbeln declared before ho l«*ft that the necessity of caring for his four son* and baby daughter, now left motherless by the sudden death of Mr*. Gantenbein vestpr ilav, would probably cause him to return to rlvll life. Judge Gantenbeln recently de clined a commission on colonel and Judgp advocste general of the Philippines department. Hp hold* a rtwrr« commission as colonel. TWO MAKE ESCAPE Archie Reynolds. 29. and Albert Moore, prisoners in the King coun ty stockade, escaped yesterday when they hid themselves In a farm truck that was bonnd for the city. No trace of the men had been found late Inst evening PAINLESS TEETH CORRECTION rhis Office win Be Now that our Modern Sys p9 M* M ,em °* Scientific Dentistry has been perfected, we can treat patients without the slightest out discomfort—without any CJBr" after-effects — without using; W-J. dangerous drugs or sickly Our methods are positively harmless —each oper , jTQf ation being conducted by duly 'dMta (Qualified and efficient dental surgeons—men whose work and conscientious efforts are rontinuaiiy bringing us scores and scores of new .latients. Despite the present condition of your teeth and jums—despite those gaping cavities and abscesses— ve guarantee to restore your mouth to a clean, whole some condition, and this while you sit and smilo. The small cost of this important service will aston sh yoti -come in for a free examination and estimate. S T o obligation whatever. Dur "Natural" Teeth on our Double Suction Expres ion Plates are the extreme limits of Plate Perfection. ?ull or lower set, guaranteed /"V or 10 years i U Theae Plates are all made In our own Laboratories. ELECTRO PAINLESS DENTISTS Southeast Corner First and Pike For Ten Years In Same lx>c«tlon—Diagonally Across >om Public Market. Laboring People's iientlst VII Wor.i luarnntwxl. Lady Attendant. J. R. VAN AUKKN, Mgr. PACIFIC SAILINGS PRINTABLE NOW George Creel, chiirman of th« committee on public Information, hsa Issued a bulletin giving permission to all steamship com panlen to announce the arrival and departure of their transpacific steamers hereafter Tho bulletin follows: "Subject to cancellation at the request of the navy department should need arise, it Is possible to give to th.> Pacific Coast newspa pers the privilege of publishing th« arrivals and departures of mer chantmen to and from Japan and China. Permission was given ill the Bulletin of June 14, which this Bulletin supersedes, to publish th« arrival and departure of vessels en gaged In American coastwise trada and the arrival and departure ot vessels plying between the Paciflo Coast and Hawaii. This permis sion continues "Tho movement of all merchant men In the Atlantic, transatlantic or war rone trade must remain scrupulously safeguarded, directly and Indirectly. No hint of their names, routes, times of departure, destinations, or cargoes is |>«r --inisslble "