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NEED OF NOTION 150 Speakers Explain Situ ation Sunday At 18 meeting* Kutulay evening. 110 speAkrr* pointed out some startling flgurea concerning educa tion In Seattle and the nation. The speaker* declared: That 11 |xt crnt of the total teaching staff of the nation l«ft the schools In lilt: That the war revealed a state at adult Illiteracy, need of physlml training and n necessity of Amerl canltation that demand* a greatei teaching alaff thniout the nation. That tha acho >1 building program In Seattle la three ysora behind schedule and thruout the nation the rchcol building program la ao far behind schedule th.»t tha sciiools fars lark of housing eran war* ttKra teacher-* procurabla; That In Seattle 17.7 par rant of ■Tudenta In elementary schools aaln tha high achoola of tha city, tha high eat percentage In tha United Htataa. tha caneral araraga tital • par cant; But aa one of the eltlasn speakers Mid and hla remark waa typical "The American eltlasn may ha de pradad upon to find a solution of (hla problem. It must U solved: It W>il ha solved. F lur-illon la onr Mat Important enterprUte. It muat b» atpanded." Burglars Stop to Prepare a Meal B«|lan, who were anything but ta a harry, cooked themselves a meal earty Sunday morning In tha Rrun* wick cafe. IMS Second are.. before (hay robbed the place of US and three boxes of cigars and escaped un noticed. "They cleaned up everything but tha dishes." the Injured proprietor eemplalned to the police. THOMAS W. LA MONT, associate Of J. P. Morgan and a trustee of Smith college, will be entertained at taacheon Tuesday at the New Wuh tNgton by members of the Smith Col- Ifgv club of Seattle. T. X. C. A. central preparatory couraa In community ainglnff will •pad tta aecond term under Prot. tUwrO laaac Monday evenlwr. The Bon Marche Bargain Basement will open at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning, in order that oar or ganization may have ample time to vote at the primary election. Crinkly Crepe Rompers 98c Fink and white or blue and white stripes trimmed with white or solid color. One pocket, elastic knee. Sises 1 Silk-Mixed Pop/in Skirts $339 Four smart styles in Nsvy, Sand, Gray, Green, Peldn, Taupe. Rose and Wistaria. Sises to 80 waist. Women 9 » Cotton Vests 29c White Ribbed Cotton Vesta, V»w neck and sleeveless, have embroid ery tops. Men's Sturdy Work Shirts $1.19 Gray and blue chambray and cheviot are the materials. They have attached collars, one or two pockets, and come in sizes from 14ft to 19. Front-Lace Corsets $2.49 Front-lace Corsets of white coutil, free hip, low bust, six hose supporters. Sizes 21 to 30. Will not rust or break. Boys' Dress Shirts 89c In coat style, with attached collar, one pocket and plain cuffs. In striped patterns of all colors, and sizes from 12 to 14. NEW SUGAR FAMINE THREATENED BY CUBA Trust and Strike Joint Causes; Sugar 20 Cents a Pound in Havana BY LEE J. SMITS HAVANA, Fob. lfi.—Un less President Menocal suc ceeds in controlling the strike situation, past difficulties in obtaining sugar in the United States may be only forerun ners of a genuine famine. An exile colony of deported la borers on the Isle of Pines is one of the desperate measures threatened by the govern ment. Thia is the height of the cane-cutting season. It is re ported that most of the mills are running full force, despite serious trouble among sugar workers, dock-workers and railway employes. WHY THK PRKJtIIHCNT IIRtI.tKK.I) MARTIAI. WW It waa to conaarra U>a ltio sugar , output that tha president declared martial law tn Cuba. Search la balng inada for flraarma! held by member* of tha lahorlng rlaaaaa. and a "work or gat out" ordar haa bran passed, under rrealdent Mrnocal'a temporary revocation of constitutional right*. Wa aaw tha flmt consignment of Idle laborers rounded up. ready for deportation to tha Vnlted State*: Alt ho moat of them apoke only Span ish. they ware American rltliana, branded aa "agitators." A houaa-to-houaa ranvaaa, carried on by tha army, haa bean announced. Everyone must xatlafy tha aoldler- Invaatlgator* that ha haa a Joh, or | elaa be aent out of lha country. | PKKISH AHIJK C AIMiORH : 1)1 MI'KIt INTO SKA It la eatlmated that the harhor atnka la coating Cuba a million dol lar* a week. Despite the large num ber of convict* employed on tha Madam: How Can You Miss These Opportunities To Save? Women's Dress Shoes Both lace and button styles In patent leather and vici kid, are offered in black only. All have Goodyear welt soles and Cuban or military heels. Widths from AAA to D. Size* 3b to 4 $2.00 Sixea 4\ to 6 $3.00 Silk-Mixed Poplin . Dresses $7.50 There are just 25 of these Dresses, and the assortment includes 7 differ ent styles. The colors are Silver gray, Navy, Taupe, Rose, Tan, Green, Copenhagen, Pekin and Plum. Sires are from 36 to 44. Not all size* or styles in all colors. water front many ahlpa are lying nt | anchor, waiting to dlarhaiee car (iMt; many have turned bark wlth- I nut unloading, and pertahal'le car h>n Iwn dumped Into tlia The 1(11 total can* and boot niiar crope of the world amounted to li,- SIMM tuna Tha largaat eaUmatea by Wlllett a dray put tha lIH total at 1*.(01,000 tona. an lnctyaae of U1.041 tona Of the world'a sugar aupply. Cub* provldea about one-quarter. Hut euisar ooata mora la Havana than tn HeatUa Twenty cent* a poond retail la the local prloe. And. altba vast waaltfc haa flowad Into tha Uland from sugar during tha war period, tha cane producers and the worker* are loudly Inatattng that none of It haa come their way. The (*uhan planter* aay that the Cuha Pane Sugar Corporation, the "trust." with headquarter* In New York, which control* tha IT largaat "rentrala" In the Cuhan aystem of sugar manufacture, ha* aklmmed all the cream off war profit*. And It la tmpoaalbi* to find aar encouragement In Cuba for tha belief that sugar will be cheaper a year from now. Bar SKimmie at Policemen's Ball Tha floor liu l«n w»l«l th« punch mad* and ararjrthln* raady for tha annual pollraman'a bail Tuaaday nl*ht in Uia Maaonlc lam pla. Har-rard a** and Plna at. A •paclal aquad had bam datallad hy Chlaf Warran to aaa (hat hla pa trolman dnn't ahlmmy. Waitress Reports Salary of $5,300 KANSAS CITY. Fab 11—A wall raaa naatially raportad ail tnroma af aalary—ll.lM llpa— on h»r lax form. THE SEATTLE STAR MRS. PHILLIPS' BURIAL TUESDAY Pioneer's Funeral to Be Held From Masonic Temple Funeral services for Mrs. Arabella Phillips 10, charter m«mb«r of tha Ordar of tha Eaalcrn Ht»r and widow of th« Into Capt. Henry F. Phillips ft »tnff oftlwr under Oan. (Intnt during tha Civil War. will ba held »t I o'clock Tueaday afternoon at tha Ma minlfl tempi*. Mra. I'hllllpa and hor huaband ntmn to Seattle In lUI, and for y«n their horn* at Third a»a. and Pine at- waa the oentar «f much ac tivity. Papt I'hllllpa waa at ona Bran a member of Dim city council from tha Third ward. Mra. I'hllllpa la aunrlred by two daughter*—Mrs. E. F. Whlte, 1114 KXlrral are.. at whoaa homa aha dle«l Hunday, and Mrs. H. S. Frye and two aon» < Oscar F. Phillips and Ed ward I'hllllpa, both of California. Arrest 23 and Hold Auto in Raid Fourteen m»n and nlna woman w*r» arretted. whlla an autoraohlla and a quantity of home made beer and whiskey were eonflacAted In po Ilea ralda early Munday morning. The rtlda Included houeea M Mil Wmlorn **• . *t« W. Illewett rt. and 170 W lllewnt «t. All peraona were released on baUL "McAdoo Would If People Want Him" INDIANAPOUH. FA 11.-Tha Indiana Dally Tlmea, published by W I>. IV>yr», today laid William O. McAdoo will a(N-«-j>t lh» democratic nomination for tha pr*»ld»n<-r "tf th« pw<(>la damand hla a»r*lo«« " Th* artli la Indorwd McAdoo aa •mndldata for praaldant. Tha papar la ra«ardod aa tha pni»i—lt» damn era tie organ of Indiana. Burglar la Out of Luck This Time T>l*«PpntntnM>nt lurhod In tha hooty atolcn from Roy Smith, lilt Ninth ava, Sunday. A ault of rlothaa. whlrh waa atotan, contained a *hort »laava. mada aapartally for a ono-artnad man. - Black Sateen Bloomers 69c Children's Black Sateen Bloomers of good quality, have elastic knees and waist. Sites from 8 to 14. Flannelette Kimonos $1.98 A wide assortment of col ors is offered in a variety of handsome floral patterns. _ Sizes from 36 to 44. Men's Cotton Work Sox 15c~2 for 25c Rockford Work Socks for men are shown in practical mixtures with white heels and toes. Excel lent value*. Women's Fiber Silk Hosiery 49c Fiber Silk Boot Hose, "seconds," are offered in navy and black. Double heels and toes, deep garter tops. All sizes. Men's Cotton Undergarments 98c GARMENT Men's Cotton Undershirts and Drawers in ecru color, are a good spring-needle weave. The shirts have long sleeves, the drawers aro ankle length. All sizes. Women's Cotton Stockings 25c These Stockings arc "seconds." They have deep double garter tops, and come in black only. All sizes. The DoitMarch^ KMtablkbed 1890 The Bon Marche will open at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning in order that our organization may have ample time to vote at the primary election. See the New Wash Materials on ItvVBKIC, FLOOR With all the beauty of the more expensive silks, yet with an economy that is all their own, the new Spring Wash Materials await your early choosing. Hundreds of handsome patterns in voiles, foulards and ginghams are now being shown on Fabric Floor, and the Spring needs of the children and yourself can be beautifully and economically met in these pretty wash fabrics. The early Spring display of Wash Materials is now in full swing. Be sure to see itl II || DELIGHTFUL COLORINGS ARE SEEN IN THE NEW f SPRING GINGHAMS Dress Ginghams 40c Yard Dress Gingham 75c Yard —Particularly suitable for —ln pretty plain colors as children's dresses is this well as plaids, checks and gingham in bright plaids, stripes splendid quality, checks and stripe s—27 ana 32 inches wide. inches wide. Zephyr Gingham 85c Yard Bontex Zephyr 50c Yard —Of Very fine quality, in —ln many colors in stripes, plain colors and new de checks and plaids that sug- signs, in plaids, checks and gest the making of smart stripes suitable for the house dresses —32 inches smartest styles in wash wide. frocks—32 inches wide. AS VARYING AS THE WHIMS OF SPRING WEATHER ARE THE NEW VOILES 'MEW VOILES in dark and medium colors ih new designs— floral patterns are much in evidence as well as many con ventional effects—width 36 inches, $l.OO a yard. CHEER pretty Voiles with dark grounds feature the newest designs in floral patterns—width 86 inches, $1.25 yard. FVARK VOILES with satin stripes and large TTTIDE, bright striped Voiles on dark fields; floral patterns over the stripe; allover leaf others with satin stripes covered with and floral patterns and plain colors with satin floral designs—also plaids in good colors—B6 stripes—36 and 40 inches wide, $1.50 yard. inches wide, $1.75 yard. SPRING FOULARDS WITH PATTERNS SHEER NEW ORGANDIES IN THE DISTINCTLY NEW DAINTIEST OF COLORINGS Silk Mind Foulard, $l.OO Yard Orru.Ji. $1.35 Yawl — l h ?f **T "'"'rfJrflS thta con ** PtafcErewler, blue and raaa abate, and there is s choice collection of pattemn—So inches wide . inches wide. ... . _ . . v , 40-Inch Organdie $l.OO Yard SUk Mixed Foulards $135 Yard —Dainty sheer Organdie—ideal fabric for ganhtt —Of fine quality with lovely floral and figured and party frocks—in blue, lavender, yellow, green motifs on dark and medium fields; 86 inches wide. and pink; 40 inches wide. third ruoon—rm bos marchx Silks for Easter Frock or Blouse Await Your Choice on Fabric Floor TTIX 36-inch Satin Etoile 33-inch Imported HXaA for $3.95 Pongee for 95c A soft, draping Dress Satin " pec . ial of Nat " of (rood quality. Popular Im P???d street shades, including the attractively priced. Splendid WflSn^rTllW .best blue shades; also a good ® ,lk for *"***«• bloUBeB . Un- iWQr assortment of evening colors derwear and drapes. 36-inch Satin Daphne 35-inch Colored for $3.50 Pongee for 95c Beautiful Satin for every Silk-mixed Pongee that is / n dress purpose. The colors v ,ery desirable for sports [/ X\ are exceptionally good; dark clothes, skirts, blouses, chil- • y\ handsome street shades, also r? n ? Presses, n vei *y ur " dainty light shades for even- able r Ilr " n S* FABRIC FIiOOR, THIRD Pure Aluminum Percolators watch the booths in February for $1.75 Georgette and Organdy Neckwear tjft. No trick at all to make Special 35c delicious coffee with one —lncluded are Georgette Pleated Collars, Yl ( I — The y' re °' P ure aluminum and ed £ cd in 1 . ] H six-cup size-large enough for -Organdy RoH Collars in white and colors. , I 1 moot fnmilina —Vested of organdy neatly embroidered. moBC lam,lies - . —Square Lace Collars in cream and white. Garbage Cans $3.45 —Pique Sets and slat White Organdy Collars. —Made of heavy corrugated galvan- Short Length Veilings at 25c Yard ized iron, size 16x26, with cover and ■■■ —ln short lengths, in black and colors. Fine strong handles. and heavy meshes to choose from —plain and No phone orders taken at this price. with figures. HARDWARi: SECTION—FOURTH FI-0011 UPPER MAIN FIXXIR—THE BON MARCH!