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STRIKE PREVENTION MEASURE IS BEING CONSIDERED
WORK OR FIGHT CLAUSE IN BILL NOW PROPOSED WASHINGTON Aug 13 V work ttr fight amendment, dvalirnrd to pre Vent wartime »trikr* .tml too much loafing on the Job. w,ta csnMilrrril by the aenate military committee to day when work on the new man power bill was resumed committee expected to pom plete It* labor* today In any event, the bill will be r>v»il> for presentation When the aenate meet* Thur*d.iy The draft age* of I* to 4.1 will Stand do far a* the romralltw I* con cerned A fight m.n develop on the floor More objection to lowering thr age is M|itrlnl to ilrvelop In the house than in the senate. Girl Say* Germans Still Hanging on to Early Notions MONTCLAIK. N J . AUK 11 A revolution In Otrmtny I* hardly prohatte. In the opinion of Mim I-'lor ence MoAvoy. who ha* Ju*t returned to America. after several year* In Ortwuiv. Mias MeAvov left Hreaden. March X 3. when the flr*t Hlndenbur* drive wax at Its height The people were jubilant. *he said. Altho they get want food avl wear paper clothe*, the Herman* *tilt think they are fighting a war of de lenae Mlaa McAvoy declared The Jsorttlngnr-r who used to he poor, now draw but pay in munition* *rnrk*. and purchase delicacies the Aristocracy cannot afford to touch Thompson Funeral Services Are Held l The funeral wrelces of Col. Will H. Thompson. soldier, port and dis guishhed lawyer, who died Satur wre re held Monday afternoon i Tfcomp* n. who* poem. "Mother of Edrar." Is engraved In the tombstone or Edgar Allan Poe's mother, lived In Seattle for 10 Mn Dr. Major and Senator Pile* de- Ihrered funeral euloffte*. 18-45 Registration Headed by Gaines William A Gaines. chief registra tion clerk In the city comptroller'* •nice, will head the committee Mperrixln* the registration of the *ew IMS rlamte* In September Hla appointment wan made fol. twins a general meeting of city Srafl board official* Monday IWnes had charge of the June. |tl7, restoration. | OTTAWA. Ont. An* IJ. The fol Wwlng American* are mentioned In today'* Canadian casualty lt*t. Wounded U A. Merry field. M*l4 en. Motit . J. L. Duffy. I>env#r. Colo The Basement Has Purchased a Manufacturer's Sample Line of New Fall Coats And Is Offering Them at Two Special Prices Coats $21.50 Coats $22.50 /v ' I Values Are Good—Exceptionally So —Better Than Are Ordinarily Offered at Present Prices 1 I\U Smart, attractive new Coats in belted styles—two of which we avc P' cturc> J- Made of heavy, serviceable cheviot, some with wide J \ i plush collars and others are plush trimmed; pockets with button I / | trimming. Brown, navy and dark mixtures, in sizes to to 12. ji ' Just Received a New Line of the Ever Necessary Wf Wash Skirts at $1.98 I j \ \ Made of soft-finish striped Re;ieh cloth with flap and hutton-trim- med pockets an<l wide girdle; also some of white ratine that are no eas ily laundered. If you want something pretty —yet inexpensive in Lingerie /Houses— you ran find it in the Basement Lingerie Blouses at $1.95 In such pretty, new styles—one model of sheer voile fastens in the hack, is trimmed with cluster tucks, lace edged ruffle and pearl buttons. Other dainty styles are tucked, lace and embroidery trimmed. Sizes to 48, with plenty of the large sizes. Men's Outing Flannel Work Shirts 89c Dark gray Outing Flannel Work Shirts in stripe pat terns; made with low turn over collars. Sizes 15 to 17. Men's and Hoys' Silk Ties in a big variety of of patterns and color: White lawn Handker chiefs, with initials em broidered in colors; f* each O C French Mosquito Tanks Going Into Action Thrw small trtnk*. on* quartrr th* ami wnght of th# ordinary huttlr tank, oprrmt* on frourul over nrhlrh their M* brother* cannot move They are driven by an ortlliiiiry gaeoline motor, ami «.*rry two men, one driving and the other flMni the gun* Thnr nm.ill »!*«• and high rnak* thrm a cliff I ult target for (Jeromn gun* They h*te provptl t*trti<uUrly ftfi«rllv« in thr an»l Mtrflf offt-mivNi by allied troop* BRITISH DOWN 30 FOE PLANES UWDON. Aug IS UmrtruetJon of 30 Kittle pUn«« over Ihf Arv« of the l*icardv drtve and In Klanderw mm* reported in today's British ur minimry'ii communique Ten other* were reported de«tro>ed. four by a bomb on them >m they r***! Ed on the ground and 25 more were driven down out of rontrol Four hostile balloon* wer»* ahot down in flames Seven Hritlah alrrr.ift are mi*»lng Homblng opar?»tlon* were carried on extensively by the Hrttish aero drome*, and other ground target* were attacked with bomb* and ma chine jrun fire after hard fighting with protecting Orrman filer* The tiirlarie and chemical work* at 1-Vankfort were homl**<l with good result* Some rroaalnc* and railway «t> Uonn at I'eronne and Cambral were steadily subjected to bomMng at Uu-ks French Repulse Raids PAfUH. Aug 1J •There was no Important development durln* the night." French war offi<-e smnounred today. "In the Yoagea and upper Al sace. enemy raid* were until<-«-«•««» ful." Men's Rockford Knit Socks 15c Pair Or two pairs for 25c. Heavy knit Work Socks in blue, gray and tan mixtures; all sizes. Women's Handkerchiefs of white lawn with embroid ered initials in 1 white; each IUC Men's Japonette Hand kerchiefs with white em broidered initials, t)rj I Of, or 3 f0r.... £iOC LIST 90 NAMES IN CASUALTIES \V ASH INOTON. AUK II OHUII Ilea announced by the war deport ment l«Uy numbered to. divided aa follows Kllled in action 14 died of wound* 3. dlsd of acrldent and other muae* I; wounded *evere|y. &J. wounded de ITee undetermined. It. mlaeing In ac lion. t. Exams for Postal Carriers to Be Held The ! * S civil service commlwlon announce* that a male clerk carrier examination will l»e held in Seattle. September 14. to aerure an eligible reguter. from which *ele*-tion may be made to fill varanrlM aa they ot cur in the (MMttlon of clerk and nar rier at the Seattle poitofflM Men only will be admitted to thin exam (nation Entrance aalary. |1 000 psr annum Afe Itmita. 1* to 4S year* on date of the examination Application blanka and Information may be obtained by applying to the ■••crctarv. (Eleventh I*. 8 Civil Serv tee (Xatlict, 303 poatofflce building, j Seattle. Waahlngton apt 'Y\ 11 - 4P 1 l «ii I ¥ New Tailored Hats of Fine Velour and Beaver $5.85 and $6.95 HOUR SI VI I S ARi: SKITCHHD And there are many more of these chic tail ored effects so smart tor early season hats. Made of sott, rich velour fcits and beaver in sailor, tricorne, military and novelty shapes, with grosgrain ribbon trimming. Sand, gray, blue and several shades of brown. THE SEATTLE STAR FINLAND VOTES FOR MONARCHY frrOTKHOI.M. Aug »» TTw Mn nlnh lanittag haji *otr«l, to «», lo r«tabll>l a m»nar< hy In Finland, a IMringfor* dl«|>ati h annriiincrd to day A king will l«n r Inrl r*l In H«l>trmli*r. Farthest North Point Discovered OTTAWA, f>nt . Aug H A t«l» gnun from Vllhjalmar Ht«-f*naa«in r>» porta that oni- of hla llrutrnanta haa r*4rlia! a j»olnt mll« north f*f AU»ki Htrfanaaon |>olnta out that Uil> la a more northerly (mint than haa rvrr l«n rwrhwl before. Descendant of Lee Expected at Camp CAMt* I.KWIH, Aug II Col. F*ltxhugh I**, dlreet dei«-endan» of l!*H. ft E U«. who I* to com mand the TMh Infantr). la rir*rt*4 at the cauup mntU Warjorte lnrrr«U», IJ, of Ileal mood, la ret«wte<i miralng from her home Marjorte la a ward of lh« Juvenile court GERMAN TANKS FAIL; FRENCH TYPE WINNER 111 II I IIM II I 111. I.un>timii for I lit* Vmr« r I Mltfprisp \min ImDoii MiNI kiN Knglnrwl. Auk 13 'Hi** (••rvm«n t«nk« h*v*« Urv.\**\ out ll«Ni\y, himl»*TlnK jiff.urn. ropirvj nft*r Ili»* firm U<mvy htitinh Unk«. tin \ w» r*' lll#* rally «hn| In pli»»*«<n by allltMl in nil of thlN nf fi nnjvi M in which thry w+r* usn| by thw OrmniiN. I'itrOcuUrly In lhi» Orrnmn nt (A<-kH itmund lth<*lm« In .July wr* Ihry lmik«*ri up What w»« l«f| of them w.t-1 f vi*rvwln r« ov«r III# ground on whl« h thry turn* nut And with thin f.illur* nf th* o#r« mud fMflkM JljMt brought out « f»*w month* .»*«» corn** Uip rirwn thul llif nf W Krrfirh "mmH)UIU)" t.inkn. nftrr thorn train in n number of iu* tlovia, tmv* proved offt*n«ive WMpon* It tn to lie i«ip*rt«d th.tf th#» ()ar> m»n« will try to copy th«*»r aim. In •Jtrnut'h »«• th* 'Uptlll* of n rnuplt* of them In Initial ri|M*rlm'-ntJil rnlda tnu r**|Mirt«Mi timn i«k«> Hit* «• \l.tr*hnl Kcn hum «l th«*m «o effectively In hi* hlg counter-of frn«lVMi. »ilVtnl In ripuct that the (IrrmnHß will dlwAiil their ui** |«»« **firwi copy" nn»l try nmtin. HAGEN QUITS POLICE FORCE I'ltrolmin Ed J llnirvn. of im lirnitquarlrni f<<rr». rmicnml Monitay rvfftlnK foll<mi»K «n lntf*rvl«-w with Chief of l"i)lli» J Y. Wtffun Th» ir«i«nall»n Involved InvmiiKalion of a May 19 burglary, whirh Hdic n *w to havr f iilnl lo glrn • will* fa< lory report on A coron»r'» Inquml Into <t«olh of Arthur Wright, tiogro. ahot by lla kti In a gun 'lurl at Main «t. ant llth a\i> H, Sunday morning, will l» h*l<l at Ja. m. W'Mtnoaday A >Vli tional rvldonoa that It la rlalmr t will lirwtit th*- affair fr«.m it n»w angle, haa l«-n ar< urr<l by ln\'»a(l eating otwratlvM. ■ m Anna Held It Dead After Illness of Several Months ■■ m NEW YORK. Auk. IS—Anna He ld, famoiM urtrrn*. dIH hrrr Monday of pnrumoniA aftrr n pro lonirrd lllne**, which Imd nffcdtd hrr upln**. I*hyri< tann *ay that only thr rrrnarknhlr mill powir of thr iu'trr»* prvvfnttd hrr death months a*o. Bhr wa« 4& yra rn of a«r. hiivln* bmn horn in Paris in 1873 Hh« hum a 25-yrar-olld dittjirhtrr. Diane Held. now on thr «*tajce A frw yearn i*ko nhr ot>taJn«Nl n dl \orrr from Florenz Zeigfield, musi cal (omrdy producrr. 30-YEAR TERM GIVEN SOLDIER CAMP Lewis. All*. 13 Thirty year* imprisonment wan th*» nen- ! ! tence Imponed on Private I>e\Vitt Karnwli-ii. Seattle man In th»» depot brigade, by a court martial here llf refuned to accept the rtfle of fered him, naylng that he «lirl not believe In kilhnK human being*. A lioard of Invent Ijrat lon had decided that HwhimHl'm elaimn an a ronwl entloun objector were Innlncere Peter HlynifMng, draft mnn from Montana, wan nontenced to 20 after he had reflined to obey ordern, and had attempted to commit mil clde. WORRY HAYWOOD IN I. W. W. CASE rilirACSO. Auk 13 William D. Haywood, general secretary and treasurer of the I W W.. wan con fronted In federal court here bv let tern opposing « onncrlptlon, which he in nald to have written or received. Haywood made an effort to explain the letfern. finally naylng that nome r»f them were the work of hi* antn I nder cronn examination, he wan forced to admit that the organization had employed lawyern tv defend It* draft evadern, and that men had been dropped from the I W. W. rolls aft er they Joined the army. Margaret and Janet Roy. nlli'civl 1. W. wiTf rrleuacd on J 1,000 Iml! each Monday, The Bon MarchE 4 SPEND YOUR MONEY CAREFULLY When roast beef was 12 cents a pound and 10 cents a do/en, you could tfuess wrong and not be very much out of pocket. (Conditions arc vastly different loday. Ciood roast beef is a pound; fresh ck£s Ssc a dozen. Commodities are much more costly, and if you buy unsuitable merchandise, you lose more and needed materials arc wasted. Bon Marche stocks for Fall have been selected with great care and with special thought to their serviceability and usefulness. The Charm of the New /All) Fall Suit \ \ L_3|\ In its materials and tailoring \V : ;\ In its economy and smartness I : ; Many styles in burella cloth and poplin in navy, L • ; s Rreen, purple and brown. Some as pictured show s t ra 'ght lines with side panel effect and with \< jiff o velvet convertible collar. W;c K » jV f / SOME HAVE BELTED COATS i j Models fashionably designed with false pockets as III' L I trimming and with inverted pleats in the backs of If | f j the jackets. All lined with colored messaline. \j W*' Bon Marche Values at $29.50 are already ' I A attracting attention HEOOND KJyOORr-THE BON MAKCHE New Arrivals in v ' \ Taffeta Hats at $5.00 f In White, Pink, Purple, Navy, v* Gray, /Hark and Brown Simple, yet very becoming arc these Taf feta Silk Hats, at a price that means war- O [ All W* time saving? for you. ; i i if/AJ Some have the entire upper part of the droopinjr brim covered with accordion- \ L AU plaited silk, others with soft drop edjres q 1 / —while the crowns content themselves \ I \ with soft folds and a little jrrosjrrain rilj- P r , Ixin hand in the same color as the hat. v, s/. O*"* HRCOND n>OOR—THK BON MARCHE Sheer White Lingerie Blouses $1.25 PLAIN' OH STRIPED WIIITK VOILE Inexpensive Blouses, these—but just as neat looking as can he—in styles suitable for every one—for outings, street and business wear. They're fashioned with round or square necks, or the roll collars, tucked, embroidered or with edg injrs of Val. lace. Sizes 36 to 46. HKCOSM Fl/XJR THK BON MARCHK The Nemo Marvelace Corset Positively Not a Front Lace Model i\Wf A CORSET WITH ANEW AND EASIER I \ \ ADJUSTMENT S v '\p , Tf"£j|rK hires at the side and only part way down y~'T, 7-This radically different method of construction produces u Wljf J| jy combination that is ideal—a closed back (made adjustable by IB IJ l§\ Randlet) and a front with steels at the exact 111 /71 center, where they are needed for correct hygienic support. mJO'( So far. we have three Nemo Marvelace Corsets—for me * AL.«Jk* dium-slender, full and extra stout figures—each with the latest RP*n3l2 improved form of the famous Wonderlift Bandlet. (M) I® Priced $6.00 . J OORBRT SHOP. THIRD FIXKSR—THE RON MARCH E Heavy Repp Portieres— $5.00, $6.00 and $7.00 IN BLUE, GREEN, BROWN AND ROSE SHADES New Portieres for new home or to liven up old homes, (iood width and length. Figured repps and plain colors that will harmonize with other furnishings. Just what you need to take away the bareness of the doorway. Bungalow Nets at 30c a Yard Bungalow Nets in pretty allover designs, with square mesh and double thread weave, one yard wide, at 30c a yard. Will make neat curtains hemmed as they are—or can be made up with edging. DRAPERY HIHTION. THIRD FLOOR -JIIK HON MARCH 12 Comfort Prints and Challies 15c a Yd. Comfort Prints and Challies. 24 inches wide- for covering quilts. Come in neat floral patterns and assorted colorings. 1/nVKR MAIN FLOOR TIIR HON MARCIItj) An Odd Line of Wash Dresses at $3.95 REDUCED FOR WASH DRESS DAY These Dresses have been selling for far more than $3.95 —but we re duced them for Wednesday. Many smart styles, made of good quality Japanese crepe in plain colors, stripes and plaids—with new style collars, belts and pockets—trim med in white or contrasting colors. THIRD FIXX>R THK RON MARCHK How Many Thrift Stamps Have You? Your country is depending on you to help win the war—and even the small est child can help by buying Thrift Stamps. Buy all you can—it will help Unclc Sam as well as yourself.