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HARDING KEEPS OFF SUFFRAGE "ttont Urge Governors to' Call Sessions % VUII WVWVIW« WARIUNOTnN. J«'>* « War- Mn Q. Hardtn*. republican prealdan tfcu nomlnw, declined today to •*""* imurt an «lat» ««-uU*» to »|<ee»l Jl> r*uflo«U«n of the woman «uf j fngtp amendment. ThU waa Mar king » T»p)y to a delegation of mill tant who called Upon hlni today urging Shut he rwiuwt govern orn of Omiiwdrut and Vwmonl to Wit their leptslaturaa In »i>e« lal ■»>" •ion to ratify the »uffrage amend ■>. nt_ Harding declared he pareon Ally hoped to a.<e woman «uffr»K» ea «aMUhe<l lit »n e*rly date. but he #ouHl not |u»um» to "wield a club mi state authorltlea. rINING COSTS INVESTIGATED I Attorney General Orders I Saunders to Act iHfttnirtloiu to lnveetlr»te and r» Hon u|vn the rout of mining coal In dlatrlct were reocl%ed fnwn the ItKltf of the attornry general at ( Washington Tueaday morning by I Vntted SUtea District Attorney Hob B mri C Saundera. 1 ' A wording to a report compiled by F the feJar.il trade OOmrolaalon the »>' arwc- coat of mining coal In -tbe [ Vtut.ll States la not more than 13 I m ton. while operator* base their ' prices on alleged coat of from »5 to k 911 l- r too. B "Of course tha actual coat of pro ■ tMtkm—that la laying the coal at I Jha mouth of tha mint- varies in ilf |lU»nt iDcaUitlfla," aald Saunders. | "But. In accordance with these In I ■tructlona. the dlatrlct attorney '■ of Bsc* will get the Ucts on the aliua ■ (ton In this dlatrlct. and then. If we ■■ad an operator mining hla coal for Hgl *o per ton. and claiming It costs Kg, he will find hlnwielf belntf prowe KiM under the leaver act." McCombs? Oh 1 He's Negligible Factor? Golly ■aJ® FRANCISCO. June 8.-WU 'lu, r. Mrl'nmNi criticism o( [l*l—Ulaul Witoon u a party auto |dt «u rhtnrtrrnrd today b> 'Chairman Curamlng* of the demo flntk national committee a* a f~— l)|llili factor in our affairs." t (ommlnxs made plain that he ' ngartls Vtlsnn aa the party tender |fe tk« convention. Wh?n asked I about the lUirmrnt of McComba. Itm»m 1 J * WtlaOti r»mr»i«n nwu>- Lpr, Cum mine* said "These apo- P niH i efttklanu of the president are ■agflglhle factor* In oar affair*. 1 9%*t are always to he tn ■inV tent* convention President » ha* a right to be the party I ltoAer. Who elaa would be? The ■i Willi nt ha* been a grew! vital I lito, therefore all aorta Of an 1 tMoclsms spring up which make , » exceeding'y vocal for * time " I ©immlnr* *ald Wllsonp roh"*hly WOuM bo more revered In the next iscsde and tn thl* respect drew a ■Ompartxon between htm and . Q«orge Washington. citing stormy Levants of Washington's admlnistra ■tton when he »iu a: tacked. If rWaahlnjrtin had rone into a na I (lonal convention when the coun I (ry *M excited about the Jay treaty with Great Britain. Cum ■tags said. "It might well have beet, that he would have been re pudlated. but who today would tie I glad of mj'-h an episode In Amert I flan history*" ■IN CONSI I.TATION I WITH WHITK HOI SE I Cummin gs _« understood to be |h frequently consultation with the PVblte House by telephone, but m far heh a* not spoken directly with i the president. All the ennversa ttons have t»en conducted thrA the Medium of Secretary Tumulty. . The national committee's meeting ■ Friday will take up among other r things the matter of seating tvo | «rtegatee from the Panama canal No provision WM made In the Convention call for ansting them The chairmanships of the bl* oemmittee*—credential* rules, etc. —will not he decided on until more of the delegates are on the ground The bl«r solid delegation* will be *tn arriving Friday William J Bryan, who was expected to get here today, will not arrive before r Friday, according to Utest Informa tion. Jhree Sinn Feiners r Shot in Fiffhtinsr ••• • LONDONDERRY. June 22 •fcree Hinn Felnera were «hot, one •f th-m being dangerously wound •4, when intplng was reaumed here today. Troopa continued patrolling the at reeta, but were unable to •orb the anlpera Two thouaand troop* sent from Curragh have not y«t arrived here I. W. W. Organizer It on Trial' Here Trial of W. K. Moudy, alleged I W. W. delegate w»n started Tuesday In Superior Judge John S. Jurey'a department. Moudy was arrested by B«rgt. P. r. Ifcefe's red squad, on Kwmter 11, lIIJ, during a raid on the Grand Central hotel. The police declare evldenc* showing Moudy had authority to license I. W. W. organ laers was found In hi* possession. Fined $250 by U. S. for Still in Attic Tom I'retrzyrk, erstwhile operator •f an attic atill, pleaded guilty and waa fined 1250 In the federal court Monday afternoon. Federal Fine on k Booze $25 Quart Pay Federal Fine T. J. Bleed admitted In open court M Hnnford, charged with nday that he had In hla pcamesslon poaaeaalon of wild ducks out of a*a- Aprll 1* some eight quarts of f.'an Hon, withdrew hla demurrer In the aaian whlaky, Just Ilk'* th* offh-era United Htales dlwtrlrt court Monday | fold The government colleOwl |25 . and pita:ult:d guilty. He was fined *4 quart troia Blued. IJUO. WHERE G. O. P. CANDIDATE UVES AND WORKS DAIRYMEN ASK MORE FOR MILK Means Increase of Price to Consumers Here Milk price* In Seattle mu*t go up. According to distributors Tueaday following demand* on th* p*rt of the Kin* County V*Jr>tnen'» association for an Inrreaw In the prlco of their product* Effective July I, the reuil price of milk will be Advanced 1 ront. Thl* will mrtke the coat Cf mrflk 14 cent* a quart The Kin* County Dairymen'* as sociation will a*k that the retailer* p*y |1 10 per 100 pound* In July, II TO fur AtifUtt and |»0t) for Sep tember At the prewnt llm* they are getting |2 >0 for their product. HERE'S MORE ABOUT SHOOTING STARTS ON PAGE ONE with her husband. and Curtla put hi* coftt back on end departed. Bader then ran *OO feet to the tent. where Mm. Peteraon wa*. and told her Mm Curtla had sent him to get Curti*' revolver Mrs. rtwnwti aided In the search for the irun. Bader then took th* wapoa and ran after Cur 11* The husband by thla time had re turned to hi* work nearby, and Wia standing on a log loading platform when Rader approached with the gun. "Txm't me that gt»r Curtla la aald to have shouted, picking up a rock and flinging It at luder. followed by a stick. Curtis then tripped snd stumbled towards liader, Carmody aald. and leader fired the revolver Into the other man's stomach KAIIKH BRINfiH HIS VICTIM TO HOMMTAL, As Curtis fell on his face, said Carmody. ltad'-r fired two more bullets Into hi* back, wounding him *o badly that when Rader put him into an auto and drove towards Se attle, Intending to deliver his victim at a hospital here. Curtis died t* route. The Jury, aa It was finally sworn. Includes: A. Mambach, 1420 Belmont ave.; J. L Martin, 72« N 42nd St.; P. T Kdelhahen, 1111 Ferdinand St.. H«nry Brooks. Toll; Krnnk I. Mesr«>*. 1241 Ninth ave; H A Morgan, 2404 Fourth ave W D A- Duffy. 514 W. Highland drive. C. F Smith. Auburn. F. W. Rineftart, IS 11 N. 41st ave ; O. S. Brum, 1715 4.'ith ave. S W , P K Barnum. 222 22rd ave N.. and Charles W. Buck. I >.i 11 as ave. Check Evasion of Ice Cream Taxes Alleged evasion of luxury taxes on |r» cream, soft drinks, toilet article*, etc , are to be checked up by a corps of special revenue officers, according to Instructions received frgm the In ternal revenue office in Washington, by Deputy CojWtor William T Beeks. Tuenday morning Kvaaion of this tax In becoming qultft common. It Ih stated. Failure to .pay the ar>»'lal duty entails a pen alty of It.ooo, while for willful eva sion 1)0,000 fine or one yenr's Imprl* onment, or bojh, In addition to the amount evaded, may be given. Russell Trial in (J. S. Court Begins Trial of J. A. Huaaell, member of the Meadowdale booze ring charged with Impersonating a fedenil officer when he wui nrrcsted on March 22, was opened before Ju-lge K. 13. Oush man In the United .State* district court Tuesday ;...irnlng. Grapo Charge Is Filed by Sleuths Information charging possession of five and one half quarts of rrapo and apparatus for manufacturing tfia same wan filed In the dlatrlct <v>urt Tuesday morning ag.iiiiat Jam's Hen derson. • Hanford Decides to .4 hove—Senator Warre* G. Harding's home in Marion, Ohio. Lower left—The birthplace, mar fi looming (trove, Ohio, of S> nator Harding. right—The office of the Marion Star, Si nator Harding's paper. Kidnaper Refuses to Give Up Child lierlsrtng that he would remain In Ja'l all his life rather than give up hi* 2 '■» year-old *on. elmer. Or ville brewington held In the fierce • ounty Jail on a kidnaping charge, told a Star n-porler Tues-Uy that the musing child Is held "In a good family home." the location of which he refused to divulge. Urvwlngton aald he saw the child two weeks ago and thai It was happy and well. "I stole the child." Prewlngton de. clared, "because I could not bear to lose him. I would "lay In Jail all ID9 life rather than let my wife, Jnet. get hold of htm again unices we come to a settlement and she decides to live with me agmin "The child Is In > gv»i home and Is betng well cared for. There I* no reason for anyone to think him in harm." Shoplifters Are Sentenced to 5 Days Two dreaae* appropriated from the lion Marche by the shoplifting route resulted in flve-4ay Jail sen tences being Impoaed upon four women Tueedsy rmimln* by Justice ef the peace Otis W Brlnker The four wpmen sentenced were Hilda I/eufy and Artie Korea, who pleaded guilty to taking a lit 7S dress on June 11, and Klena lleodrickson and Irene Oirlaon, who pleaded* similarly to taktr.g a dreaa valued at I1J2& The light aantenr-ed were imposed be«-aAse the women have been In jail since their arrest*. Gives 8 Minutes to Each Divorce VCINTKIN, June 22 —Justice Hor fldge has come to be known as "the hustling judire " For some yearn his methods, ••specially In the divorce di vision. have Justified the description But recently he ha* <«ntrlved to out hustle hustle He haa dealt out 100 divorces at the rate of one In eight minutes. IjONDON. June 22. An "epidemic of bigamy" ls the way newspapers here described the l arge number of such cases. Becently at the Old Bailey 24 were charged In one day with bigamy. Jack Dempsey and His Mother Mm. Dempsey, aged mother of the champion, left her home in Salt iAike City, with her husband, to attend, the trial of Dempgey in San Francisco. Jaelc'g parents have been in faithful attendance during hw hearing on draft evasion charge«, THE SEATTLE STAR | Rrewtnffton absolutely refueed to i*II wl»i« th» rhlld ***- Hi rmther intimated that he w«* llvln* with Ilrewsnrton'e r**r*-nU In Colorado. In > rwrltal of tbe Irtrabl* | him end hie wife, who liven at 413 N : «Tlh «t„ Hmltl*. h« declared he km nilint the Iwr after hi* wife had tone hark on her word. "When ehe wa* In the hoxpttal to fop lhe eerond belr, Johiv *•» j born, ehe |>ronii«e4 to ll»e with me." continued Mrrwtnflon. "And then th* ! !•!>* wa* born. After her confine I metit her folk* got bold of her Kntl i talked her out of romln* hark to me It wtu then 1 decided to eteul £1 | mer "* The kldrviplnr ocrtirred about mid nl«ht <n Siivi'inler 14. l»l». wh«ri 'he child *u from the bed | where it «w wlwp with IU grand falh'-r In Ta«onu». Pedestrian* AA/ Hit by Autos Kflfl This Year WllV Edbfrt TMvls. 11 yervrs of *«re. was knocked down by an Ire truck shortly before noon Tuesday lie was carried to the city hospital whfr* It was found on namlnn tion that tha tad had ■ uata.no*! a broken left elbow. The acudent occurred at 14th ave N E. an J E. Ilth it Efbtrl Uvm with his father. Hubert Davta, at 1207 E Mtb at. Duty on Cocoa, Tea and Coffee Lifted ISLE OF MAN, June 22.-There are "free" breakfasts here nuw. Du ties on tea, cocoa and coffee have been abolished and no increase In In come tax Is asked. The duty on su lfar was lifted lost year Copt Get Cop in a.Raid on Cafe TAIIMOI TH England, June 22 —A cop was c.tught In a cafe after dos ing hours whrji brother officers raided the place at 103<f .He ex plained that hn had no Idea It was so late, and was released. Jflarketjk nmmeWiiDDiiiA SPUD PRICES DUE TO FALL Rain Brings Gloom to West ern Avenue Wawtarn ffiilt hrokani ha*» a grlaranoo armlnnt tha waathar man Tumi In jr. (anlaluupaa luul rocovarod from thalr alump and w»t»rm«loii» wara morln# nlraljr, thajr raid. but tha cloudy aklaa and thrnatanad r*.ln <au*ad a a»t hack. I'rtcaa bald th« oarn*. howoyar. Tha naw potato mar Vat, which mnria pra«~tl<alljr tha wbol* potato markat, rnntlnum atron*. It la pra dii tad that th» prwant prlcaa will drnp a llttla In tha na*t thraa or four wrakn. whin ppudji h«-cln to arrlva (mm tha great Htockton district In California. Mutter and a**a hold utaady. Local Markets rrl#w raid Hh-lMl* rumi— tar \ I+l*llo* «»4 Pratt tuinfii U'uhifif t0n...... It# II Mo*. ll# •« < .11 H ( «mHi l'ir mk f Ml>M -f'or rrstl ' • «• i '■■■•» c ■ n I I. 1,.-,. . '' » r«« riant for n> ... •• •••rtlf- l'»r l*i ■«..••••••• -II (•Ml IVm* I*or n> ll# •• <*r«>oo I'M! "L«rft| • JradtlC .... II I California .I*^4 «»?*#» I*ruMV» I'tr |l> ........ I fttUM I. <U ... tll#?tl 'Ontooo- h»4- r*r ft • .11*4 | Tallow C*t«l«io- Ptr l«m K yk i«h N«lli4 I«m4 ......... .ill M Npw CH Uiroit .H H Whlt4 fIJ üborb Tfr lb ll# II «ptaarfc - Loral ' 1 I i>mil«« Valley. enta 111 l/»r«l laUioum 11l TWflf*-C»i. .41*1 rmi its f'.iiiorti WaaMngtoa ..».*« ~.1 H#l •• %l>r*roto I*IT rrUI .......... ••• Italian-- l*or |h ( isisJiMMi Mil edirde ......444#! "I Plat* 1-44 ClurW* M >il Anno • nmi ll# M Mlark .*• Itoniinal ...• ItaMoo Per lot . % »»ae»rriao Grip# PraM n»rt<la • ! Boory—Comk, por arate f.M#l H I riwwM l*ar tx * 1 (>nm«i fir rm 4 4*#lfl flMlti « . . . 9 H# I " I •Hrowborrfcoo - Marshall 4.J4#4H C)%tk fto«4ilnf 1 <*•l ft .•••••••« 11l W *twm>»fci Tor ••%# •• rui—ppio ■ I run Piket rild al Will—l> %I—aede Por lb .11 Mlborto rar Tb .11 Walneto Minrburtaa .11 I*taael4 — Virvtala kcratona •. *ll Tkpaaaoa. por Tb .11 fini fa .11 a m DAIRY moUCCTf frVoa raid to iblppm a a H.llwf.l -IT r«l> dinctlr fr«k tl Milk T.r c«« 11l * DAISY r«OUICT* T Nw r.14 WbatwO. I>wll >totter Loral aeaimary. caboe. .11 Ix>cal eroameer. brieke ...... .44 Rtf* t'roah ranck. .17 I'xitlete .41 or trtplrte ll# H Wiarorxim rraam \+\< k ,%.... .91 Idmburgar .41 Toun# A mar Ira .11 Stock .44 Wiah trlplafe .11# tl lit— » rot'I.TRY rrtroa raid by H holroaii Daelaw to Ptbtppoeo Packs •« Niav t'sdsr • tt>« I Tt»» A -1® 4 Ibt Md US ..•••••••••••« -II I trailer. .'J ISt Ibl up -J' •Mim -J' » - Lift Uelgtaa Heme -14* a. B«r lb. .. -It a f rrtee. ra>4 Wkeli'—li n » • Dsffeis- rm—m •• • Pr**"! .4t .<• II mm I't'mmrA H# I* <trw l>rra*4 12# .IS T WHAT T I rrUm raid HUffOT (^ Ifof* ' hnlre light. per tb -17# 14 Vml -fancy ■ 11 Medium , .11# It » -■ OaotaliiiM at SlMkf.i4s * • Prime* .■.■■,...M*aa....tl 100 14.14 M.-dl'im (0 rhn1ee.......... 14 40 ® 14 44 Hough heavy .•..•••••••..12,74011.71 fin 1:44*14.44 Csitto— nest i***ra • ••••••«.11.VI01I II Medium In rhrtl*. ........ .14 4AO 11 44 Common to good .......... 74401444 flaal ro«« and holfers. ..... 4 14 014 74 Hull" 4 40® 4 40 CaITSS 7 49 O 14.44 Sheep— prime spring lambs .......11 1144 Y*arllng» 4 44# 4 44 Wethers 7 000 « 00 lOOO 1 44 I- « HAT, ftHAIM ANl> »Iltl> WbeleMle Trie. Vm T«a. Clly rrt*| Iterley—Rolled . 74 40 ClippNl .!• 40 O.U Rolled 41 40 Whnle Com Whols .*7,00 I'riu'krd on Clipped «« 00 Chop 00 (.round HflOl* 4} 00 Mllo Mslb. 7144 MUI-raa >7 44 Alfalfa 4100 * Alfalfa Meal Scratch l»od 42 04 \\ heal 4*40 straw ( lilrk Food 101 44 Copra 44 44 I otloa »«d Meal 47.44 I'lsh Meal 117 40 tlrtts 44 Unseed 14 00 Kf| Producer JO 00 Meat and K«*ie 112 00 Meat Hemp* .14100 HI..H Mm I Cal Oyster . . 16 00 Hoy Hmh Meal .IT 00 BANK CIJCABINGS Hnattle % new-torn f7J12.440.il llalaim* 1,811,007.61 Hpuksne Clearings 1,1(7,0411.00 Ralanoea . 69(1,200.00 > X ■ i 1 ' Timor dally erfltoriab la Tin. Mar am I thr lltml, moot Umrtf, easily onilsrotood nmimmt i«, ami ri L>Jiini4t inn of, Mtlonal | will loral Imhi* Utal you ran road am «h err The? itHiund |o huoiaa selsfe Public Markets T _____ ■ WVrrUKR | and t. **ai «bopa. n». ll*. ehoulder af lamb, lb, lie; ha* h*. lb. II He. «t%J| 117, freeh ranrh «**e doa 41a, Imm batter. I I ha. II lit '»•"» N«t oia. i rt»a. |l •« Wtall •••. I Mm n r+ff, tM, I e«n ftayal baking I>ewdar. llr. ||» rmm K»ro, !•**. flirui powder, |in gtaii 111, I iba rolled oat a lla; I It* Farina. Ik. I Iba Hayo boana, IU I park Ml* Mtar napth* |»owd»r. U ■tall 111, I go«»d • room, ll«; I boaaa matahe* He. I package rurraa'a H«. K-C f*»rt| flekee parka««. lle gtalla II and IT. Oarne lloa milk. <hum. III! I raaa rora. ftle. I lh «found ahooolala, lie. I lb. t»*p« rated peat baa. H«. PIKK nunc IBall IT. fin, (raiiulai«d whlta nm l.lba. « tha |l 0« Hull 7t. purr frrah milk, quart. lie Mall t tall ran* '•raalluD milk. !>• Mall 1U». Main* corn, par **an. he, fcr.ih.n baad rli'«, 3 it-. iltL fiall I.HI. L.lbl>r'« aa'aup. t<*r Mill la, 20,, fr..a drr p«a«. * ll»a, 111. I t>*''Ma«*-a t raalnailaa, ma-,aJ"UI of »pa in. itl. l»a atall Tt, t.ruan. t fo, !»<■, n.« polataaa, 1 1 t.a . tk«, lomatiiaa, lb. lie; «ania''ua*a, i far l'-a MaJI * • Mlnititi Iraut. Ik., !•«. ra4 i»»n«r. It lis, aallkut, lb. taa. aalt tiarrin*. I for :n,_ aiau II iMinnc aaaf. in. m»r p..r* lard, 2 Iba i»<- Mall 41. r"' r»a»l Ik. lis, laa/ lard. Ik. lac, ivuwt tiaaaa. lb. »v. »A«ITART Fiaßa ri tl. lower floor, aalt h<rrlr< It Iba. Tka. Mot o< Mil, it* . 14c, «»v*r HlmoQ, IU. I*l fttetlf 2# 41. bm« fr*lh bu 11 • r lh . Me, I !t»# |1 11. *"n.oro nut 11. r.ftft. j|». Ml', I lt>a . 11 ft. U«i frMh i»r ti tfgv, doe.. (it. I it'*- M J M t , 11> t 91 AO. BUII -44. iiftfii wlntor wb«it fi«u», ai» k, III#; IH'tfc riw Km* W tilt* or f'rl*<o, lt» He. I rom fiafcia, lie; 1 iia a*' kMI livuniiy, «<c , (4M ' fiJI v • r» Ilk. fie, i» ibi M»U <*lira pruma 91 bulla lU .4 11, pntoto MUM|I. 16. lie; puro la/1. It. lie. compound. 11. He dtaili I 7-9. lamb chop*. 1 It* . 4 .c, poi rnwu. Iti, tStgc, b»iiin| bMf, lb.. He, puro lard. 2 !»>• 4!>« . e;/m*d b*»f, lb.. I Ac. itui»liur(«r and aiii«ii». lb. lie. I ktaJl 1.. ao«* pot otoae 4 Iba.. ilo. bi« eat«A4 I for lie. apociii* «« Wu»«bM »tail .4. t.r rik rAjt barvi. lb . lie. pure •ri 11. Il*c. pork - Me; I Ibi. :•« Mail 11, b*c auakiet oraa«ca. doa. 41c. be* pvlftioM, 1 |M . Ik. if) obiuua. I IU. its. Mall. >4 It. t It.. U J U | ruffoa, 91 41, 1 lb humiri in, lie. 1 lire* rut po*»hn llr | ban I'tlmollii •wip. I|r, Cltrua py»4»r. pulliff*. IT«; I p*' ki«M IC C cor* flake* lie, I bin Lanv* •uip. 21c. Mill fit, froan ran< h off« 14a: I flwn for 91 11. 1 tiii 'in milk. tic. •poclal bulk ftio. lb . He. 9 Ibi. 91 11. full rroom lb . He; brtrk rhMM. lb. llr. l-lbbr I CIIMP. I bol tln, IT*-. 4 Ibo »U|l/. Mr 9 iMortid •itrorte. lie 111 l ftm i*i . Nut Ola. 9 Itn 91 II: llr 1 X L oatUl ioup llr lb* rim iir<Jm*o. I*c Rtill 111. f lirgo Ivorr loop. }s«; IfortUn • milk. I run. 19' . •o"<llioi riistni. jirktf*, Ite; |hi!4hl I'oOtum. l*. IMIII 111. limb or viol itnk* lb, llr pM rooiti. lb. llr. bolllflff U—f lb. tic, puro lard, t Ho. bbo. itoor m«Ui lb. tli *l*ll 9. l*f* of lamb. lb . 91c. ahouldrr lamb r««*ta. Ik.. It Saa. atarr Moaka. lb . lb loeai karoo. Ik., llr; ifr.»bod ih<7i»ldora lb. !««; aompouod. No la. 41a 1411 Plki at . nigar *-uro4 baron. Ik.. It He. «t«ir« rlba. lb 91a; lamb rlt«««. lb. Hi b*Hllatf baof. Ik.. Ike; compound. Ma la 91a. 111 l tint iva. lib cane Upton* Follow lakot taa. He. »lua Rlht»on tia. lb. IN; bulk Uptoa e rocoa. He. l ib can lUdr»aT» I o'clock taa. 91c. 9Hall 14. kinf lalmoa. lb. tic. kallbut ebioka lk.. Ho. Iln« cod. 9 ika. He. rod aaapr*r 1 Ibo. He. ■had, ilk. Ha; aaJtnoa Uout. lb. Ha fHall 94. flao yraaaiatid aorar. I Ika. tee; e I ha. 111 l IMall 11. puro r«ooa or chorolita lb. I 4«; 9 oi laaortrd Tivora. lie. 9 Ibo. lie; I lb. KcMUlng * coffrl. 41c 4to Hoyai bakir.f po«rdie He. Heal I if. tall ran* Carma tl»a milk. 12*. fr«oh p«aaut tut tor. lk. 19c. t Ibo. 41c. plam Jam. lb., lie. I iba. 41c. appla buttor. lb. He; puro fruM >oilf, lb. Ike. aut martfartna. lb. Ik. I INi. 9# *1) bulk oloomi/girtai, lb. 44a. 9 lb«. 91 91. Vtall* 111 *aoi rot iita lb. lie limb ataaka lb. llr. baron, lb l*e. pot r»aata. lb. lie. bollini bcrf. lb 13 H* •tall! 97-94. 9*c bottla I»a| Montr rit*up lit l ib can Mallinra or Auto riub erffao. tec. He pa«kMtaOlrm- Ml pamln fieur. a»- l-lb ran M J B. rofToa. 1141 9 iba litem head rtca, 71c; I Iba arnaii white Vbana, He; 1 Iba • pork:ad brown *raea Ite I earn Booth e ■ordtaao. ttr fltall XI. Chinook aalmon. lb He. rounc lb. He; haltbut rhooka, la. l*<. line rod. 1 lb*. He; anialta lb . lOr Ktall 14 lamb at«*aki, lb. 21c. p«>r k ataaka |h . le« . Ilvor lb, lie. r'»«»d atriha. ib.. 23c. cornod hoof, ik. lie. British Gold Will Be Shipped to U. S. NEW YOItK. June 21 —An exten slve movement of British gold to New T«rk will start shortly, according to Information received by New York bankers, the Pow Jones Financial News agency stated today. Ths metal will be shipped her*«direct from England. aa well a* consign nn-nta from Canada, It was stated. Estimates planed the total amount In excess of fIOO.UOO 000, which will Itr rive within three months. the ugency announced. Credit Asked for Wool Producers WASHINGTON. June 22—The fed era! ruservo board today was asked to extend credit facilities to wool pro ducers to tide them ovsr the present emergency caused by a sharp drop-In the pries of raw wool. A delegation of 7t growei s. dealers and bankers from wool growing states together with Senator Kel log If, Minnesota, and Representative Mondell, Wyoming, called on the board. Held for 5 Years in U. S. Detention NTCW YORK. June 12.—Aftfr mora than Ave year* of detention by the Immigration officials on Ellla Island, Ixrael Rothenber*, 17. will he eent hack- to hie native lend of Poland. Ho come to America on the taut Irlp of the I.ualtanla. Ilia mother wna admitted, but ho failed U> pass the mentality teat Prof's Familiarity With Girl Scored NKW YORK, June 22.—lUnclpal Oliver C. Mordorf of public achool No. 11l wax found "not guilty" yea. tcrday of the charge of "gross mis conduct" In havlnsr klaaed a 13 year old girl pupil. The local board which tried him, however, announced that It disapproved of auoh "familiarity." Leaves Safe Open But Halts Robbery HUTCH INHON, Kan., Juno it The owner of a store here returned late at night to aee If he locked the wife. He hadn't Thieves woro at It. but were aoared away. WASHINOTON. June 23.—United State* exports during May showed an Increase of $55,000.000 over April, while Imports ahowrd a decrease of f<4,000. It was announced by Uis WnUltffCO hwiayy a —a | Status of the New York | Stock Exchange a - a NISW TOItK. Juna If.- A sherp d« eltn* la prlrea, affertlaff the •rttlre I let. arr tjrred at the rloee af today e trailing aa tha New York Mtork eirhangre fall monef wee quoted at 1! par cant Juat be fore the derline etarled Htael loinni'iii waa forr.ad below IS on the decline end Vanadium to 11*4. off 4 pointe from Monde re high, ('rtidble aold at 141 % 'tenera I Mootra eold at 22*4. a new low and Ntudet>aker got und*r 11. I**ep(ta tha reai-tlon, affarg wara ra ported aa not parti' ularly large. Tradera were mialile to adranc* an? definite raaaon f»,r the elun>p Home thought the fert that w<>*,| growera w#r* ae*klng to relee |to 10* 100 In loane thru hanka and the alt nation hy tie drop In tha prloa or wool waa r+aponai ble The "outlaw - * railroad atrlka In New Jeremy and I'enniyh anta waa utentloned aa the eauae k>y ath»rg. TfTCW tor*. June « Prlraa wara Ir regnler at the of the N*w Tork Hto'h ei'hanga today. Trading waa in amal! volume Ob«ning prlraa wara- Central at MV off >k: Huh bar at tl'i, off >4. prtrnlearv) at i*T%. up Htu denakar at 7#H. off %, a' lis unrha ir*« luiil«in lam*huotlva at 111, up Itetail Hiorea at 11, off *a : fndua trial Al'-ohoi at vi %, up s <ll r>pr at off % ; Bethlehem Kfeel "H" at 00S,. off 4*, f'tuelMa at 141%. up H. Vanadium at 14, up \ , I'an-American at 111. off % After early eel'ln* wtalot* earned Pan- American down to 101 V#. lar*e buying or 4*ra apf-art-d and th* whole hat ftiff • n«d Ttte rualh burlni »«« In low priwl alia flarrett aoM up to 1 ?>0 %. Oaeral M'j'nn tniil at SSi. • n»-w law on <it« pra**nt d*<-ll»*e. Th* let* mrrnlt r and aarly afternoon trading in th* market wa* 00 yarrow that of 2 or nior* point* w*r* torn moti t.*n i(>n k* atra brtruarht b*"-k tha nifr'j«t«M of U»« market *aa #Oll app«r*>nf. how# *• r, mrni tßm aiorka recov •trtf the Ivaa •■Miljr. VRW T°HK. Juwa »t—Tha Rv»ntng Sun In Ita financial r**l*« to*lay Ml<l "Tha b#«ra msda tha n»»»at of adv»raa rtim•'r• and nrnital ■ uggratlnn by maana of whi'h to daprraa prlr-ga of ahar«a In today a markat. but tha going »aa far fmn iiiKX'lh for tham bacauaa of tl»a •«- tr»ma narrownraa of tha mifkH Itaalf, ahkh, |i*«i a puah tliia way or that, asrktd with oquti fairiiMa on althar •id* Tha roault waa tha atrlklng of a balanra pratly naarly. that ta to a*jr. prlca rhang*a vara In tha and alight, altho moat of tha lima thay aaarad upward or downward with Impftrtial facility ''all loan*, ranawad at I par «mt at mid day, moved up to I par rant and latar to 11 fl*r rant. Prlraa r«ntlnuod to Inrtlna to hnavinMM in tha laat hour, a muramwit o to soma a»t»nt t> • MMI tlon of Monday * rlaa la call tnonay to 11 par cant." Chicago Live Stock I CHICAOO, June IS -lioga K*coipia. 12 000 head, market tic to 40c higher Hulk of aal*a. |l4 »##!»••; butrhara. I14U«I4. pa« king |lt. II f» 14.71. light. •14 Tien I#. piga. II 2 tj 14; rough*. 11l Kir It II rattlo- -lt*r#tpta 1 444 haad: markat la •t*ady to atrong B*af. 11l 017. botrhar at**r*. |4li4ri4t« and «itt*ra. ItTlft; atorkara and f*ad*ra. M#lS. row.. iii#i" ealvoa. |is»i4?t. Bh*op—R*rotpta. t.tOO h*ad. niark*t la vnavon to Ik higaar. laniba. 11l Mflfi awaa. |i.2k#7 "fc. Ne4r York Coffee and Sugar Quotation* NEW TORE. Jam It—Ceff*e— No T Rio. lie per Ik. Ke. « Haatoe. Il»lle p.r Ifc •a«ar—Raw. llH»lt*e per Ik; «raa aUted. Italic per Ih. Foreign Exchange K*W TORKe tt—Foroagn as *hanga oponad horo today, wttli do anaad at*rllng at ft Mli, up %o; franc charka at It t7 ( up 17 oantimaa. lira r hark a at It t.a. up 17 oaatUaaa. marka. df-maod L7M. Statu* of Frisco Market i BAN rHANriacO, June ll.—Batter— Eitru. Il< pmt Ik Hm-liireA He per <m; flreta. «lr CI dm: dirt lee. «le per del. esira pal t. lie per 4et. aaderel—< puUeta lie per dea ChMM—Oallfernla flata faarj, lie per Ik. flreta, ITe per It. Chicago Grain Market CHICAGO. J«n# If .-—Fntnros prlroo on tho « hlrago Hoard of Trad* dor lined •toadtly from the opening today. Much of tha early mlilng wna by longs taking prvflu rmeiatona wont down with tt»o grain* July corn opened at |1 IIH. down *4C. and drrltn*d further to |1 1 • at tho r)<*#•. Beptembor corn, opening lato at |1 ?•. «u dowa |c. and la tor loot %«. July ©eta He off at tho opening. |l.l«. a*»d before tho clone loot another %r. September oats woe le down, open ing at like* In tor dropping another cant. • ! Portland Market Report i Dm* Juno 1 Dot tar— 14c per lb ' • rgg»- llf <le par dog. Hrnn— 10 011 c par lb; brofWra. ll#Sir par lb Cheoee-Trlpleta, ll# He por IV lie ye and glrla aro learning many ww farts nboat Seattle from the • portal m» rim af artlrlro maolng dolly hi The settle Htmr. entitled Tho btar fteatUe Mory Rook." We Do Not Refuse Moderate-Sized ; Accounts Some persons seem to think that a large bank like the First National | wants only large accounts. We do want large accounts, but we do not refuse moderate-sized ones. We especially like to secure the ac counts of worthy new business enter- % prises. The man with a small business I will find that, the information, advice, service and co-operation to be obtained as a customer here will increase his chances of success. j| Tides in Seattle WKIIKRinAT JI MC tl rinl l-ow Tl4a I »9 » rn ; 1.l ft. rim Huh TlfeV It «« • m . • I ft Hmmil l«w Tl4# till |> r J 7 fl. hfnrnd lllfh Tl4* •It >1 p m., 1Z t fL Tl MHAT 41 sk it Hr»l Low Tldm I a r . I » ft. llrat High lid* • IT a m . I 4 ft K«roB«l Tide flip m ; I 1 ft Ifi«r»» Tide 19 i/7 pro , 12 4 ft i Seattle Arrival* and I I Departure* | * a Arr4**4 June !! Htf An rift'a P.olph from ▼§•> rouvar. U r, at ( LI a is.; l'ana* from Tarotna it I II • rn. June II- tUr l,ai« Filbert from KeM via Ji"vtolti<u at 1 20 p m , atr IHJwortli from Han I raneliro at 1 II p rn.. air A4~ miral M' hify from i aroma at I p m.. at# ToyoliaahJ Uaiu from '1 acorn* at I p. ak lallH Jura 11- Htr V. eat lvia for Maafl* fli porta at 1 11a. m Jane XI M'r ftrookdala for ffoa»l«Hl * a Port fownaaud at 10 41 a. m . bkta 11 ua.w J1 Jiavialde for Port filakaly at 11 a m : atr Admiral for Taroma at 1.10 a. m ; motor Apes for Boutin oaateru Alaaka at I 10 p. m. May Name Landing Field After Flyer KJ n k county fomrnlJKloMri t%> «ueat<«l Tuesday rooming that an former pilots In the American air nervlce furnlrh nam#-* of H*atu« fly «r» who vra killed Vying over lh» llnea or died In training eervtod, to the board Immediately, with a view toward* the selection of an appro pirate name for the Sand Point field. PROPOSALS WIT.L BE RKCKTVED by th* Hur«-au of Hupp It'-* and A t>- count*, Navy D*partm*nt. Waahlnr ion. I > C.. until 10 o'clock a Jun* 29. 1920. for dcltvarln* til® to th* navy yard. Pu*«t Sound. WmH. Apply f«»r propMtlf to tha aupplr navy yard. Puffet Bound. Wash , or to th* Hur«au of SuppllM and Arrounta HAMI'KL MrOOWAIC Paymaster General of the Narjr. 331522515333 ■ t «wi teavaa CUfn daok waak I day* Tarn.. luatfaya • a a* unit ■ at all Maa Jaaa Ulaad patata aai «r> ■ rltbic lUlltnfbaai I 4ft & & I Catla at Rb*a«4aaa, Friday flart a. ■ Aaaoart*a *a«-a day. Wax laaai, I <>™ a*. TuaaAay. TliuiPiay. taUuiay; I Baal ftauad. Ul«a. Wiiaaaday. Friday. | taatfay. ■ t iITTn iffvrjSmSrH Canadian Pacific To Tlctarta aid taoom, K.C. •Trti I II" "r Le*!* jtaMta (—ill— rartfte Da. J PWr i. ree* W Tarter War Uen Weaitie |* :M a. a Dally trri.e pn«urta.. I:ll Dallr l«n (Victoria.... .19:1$ aa Daily Arrive |Vin»«f«r. .)• «» a at Dallr Dlrert «»i H»« t Dallr Biren Meaftar T.eae« .....faeeiiie ItlillkK Arrive |Ven<?e«»er... .1 IrM a aa fperlal Vaacruver H»aa< Trelne TMxsroNmmrru tuoi «k« vir r 'TH* TKAN*-< ANAI>A IMITW lea p. 18. DaUr ttmm Tin iai» HI llwn te Tw»«U •:M a. aa Dallr far Terala I:4* p m. D*Ur fer Mlm njißl am* M. real. Th reach Win ■ to CM> >|IS p. m. Ihlly fer Weal—K TIIKIM'IiH VIWTimUU) TTLATfrt uikimt mvxrrrioN for au CANADIAN AND (-KNTRAU KA.MTKKN AND HOtTHEWI i irren wtatw roan n n ticket orrwK: *M aeeaa4 Are. rteax Mate ML b. r. u m un, w«rai aim 11 BOATS LEAVE GOLIAI MXX I I 7. ». 11 A. !H.. 1. *. 8. T. I r. ML I I CVEIIY DAT. The knt tti I <tMpM way t* I PAGE 15