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Tl'KSDAY—l*ast of "April Folly," the exciting Com- I mopolitan Magazine mystery drama last of Charlie I Chaplin in his do luxe review, "The Champion." I ELAINE HAMMERSTEIN | will open here for three days only in a drama that will inform you just why you got married—or didn't 'THE WOMAN GAME' Come on in and see how a pretty girl can trick a millionaire into loving her—it can be done, and it's interesting all the way. • • • Sunshine Comedy "THE GREAT NICKEL ROBBERY" with Chester Conklin * • • • SYMPHONY >uurv-~. ;v ORCHESTRA Ut< T..'. Jo - "fj i hilurm He any (Mr. Playing "Katinka" \ii prim include ui. Spear Will Face Trial Next Fall New trial of W. E. Spear, alleged I. W W. orronlier, charred with criminal syndicalism, will probably be heard during the fall sesv.on of Now Is the Time to Get Goodyear Tires for Your Small Car This summer's demand for Goodyear Tires, in the 30x3-, 30x3Vfe- and 31x4-inch sizes, is exceeding anything in our tire-making experience. unexam P led out P ut from the \S\jf (KA world's largest tire factory has been /xV\ iUffln moving steadil y onward to our deal uj(Y HKM ers > but even this scarcely appears fYyV jljlf equal to the demand. |V\A I If you wish to secure true Goodyear ffjfy I mileage and economy for your Ford, Nf\/\y I Chevrolet, Maxwell, Dort or other tf\AA I car taking these sizes, we counsel you ijQf I I to act without delay. Ts/y I I Go to your Goodyear Service Station iiSQ I I Dealer today to get Goodyear Tires SNM} I/ / and Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes, iflHvm / / S ° disappoinment later. ■JO* V/i Cnndyfir Dnoble-Cure "1 ">0 Goodyear Heavy Touriat Tubea coat no more than the price Fabric, All-Weather Tread J you are aaked to pay for tubea of ItM merit why ritk coatly _ . _ , . . casing* when »uch »ure protection la available? s>4 50 *2152 30 . 3'/i tlx* in V, _ the superior court. It ha* boon an nouaced by member* of the prose, u tor's ofrtciv A Jury In Superior judge everett Smith'* department dliisirreed on the first trial and he wna discharged Sunday. Spear warn j arrested. Aprtl J, dunn«r a police rnij j on offices In the Globe buildinc ANGLE FAMILY WILL GET $2OOO Widow's Physicinn WiH Rc ccivc Subscriptions Mr*, Peter angle widow of n murder vlrtlm, and her eeven < hll 4t*n for whom n fuml wiui being rained hy popular anluiylptlon, will ?<•< si,noo from an Inaurum* policy •n Dm Modern Wmnlnwil of America. ller family phyrirltn, l>r tionle M. Ma**on, h.i« taken rhargn of Ihe fund ami announced lie will twelve any further aulwertptlows The fund now amounta lu morn I hi*n I**oo, l>r Muxeon *utld Seattle Junior Klka took >hnrge of funeml Mimntrcmentn and uiled Anirle Tueaday morning He will Mint In a quarrel over a dou l»v til* neightior, Cliarle* D»vt«, tajt Friday. I>uvi* t» in Jail ihi>ra>d with flrnt de«i<-e murder. Narcotic User Is Sentenced to Jail Dor* t'oltwrif. color**!, wiu* urn tenc*«l t« nerve flvt month* In the county *to< k*<te by J untie* Oil# W fttitik* r MnmUv afternoon. after lw inar convlctwl of being * habitual nar colic u«er "SEATTLE'S POPI'LAR DENTISTS" Price Is An Important Consideration —But Quality and Service Are Vital To do dental work thai will yield abundant service la our Ideal We want our iMtlenta lo be satisfied Immrntflji satisfied wllh the dental servlre you f*t at our office. In each line of dentistry wo are eiperts ANCHOR I*l. A TEH, the plates that »uy lit place and we guarantee I hem u> slay In pl»c«-, HltllXiKS made of the brat rnatrrlaia and ma do so that they will last 1» ><-ar». CHOWNK. the kind that or* flttrd to your teeth correctly and are composed of the boat gold. Come in today for a Free Examination. All work guaranteed for 15 yearn. Qrowni ss—Bridgess—Bridges ss—Plates5 —Plates $lO Contenient offler hour*—9 a. m to S p m Hundays, 10 a. m to I p m Ol It K.\M r\\ n.W WIM, WPKAI, TO \OI HIMK IS \M> HI, WIU. K\M»\IN Pioneer Dentists, Inc. DIL DASrORO. mallrit QC vr<ll FP WAV ••■«»•*»«* r»rme» rint "«l «>»afaa< Ihl»Hb| * Kntranre on Vesder llay THE SEATTLE STAR Refuses to Take Off Hal, Nqw He's in County Jail Kluworth lllnrr, ?•, nrßl'rtMl to rcmov* hi* lint wlirn n vlaltln* Mhrlnt* luiml t>Urnl "Th* Ht'i l Hi'ariKtml IWtnnrr." In front of tin 1-outlly-rlty building lie 1* llnR«-r lng Tu«*n<lny In till county Jail on >* i< oprn chtrp. Itlnpr <1«"*llnr<1 to rpmovii hln ti«t, It I* anlil, nflrr I>r|iuty Sheriff Vauithn rwiu«**l«l tl" formality, uml followed It In rrfuiutl with vrrhul atnlrnmnl* anything but rtmipllmrntary to thn Inltml Htittm It *»« thrn lie «u »r mtfd. Signal Corps Men Repay Hospitality The alleged horrors of war turned out quit* plrum&ntly Monday for former mtmbrra of the lllth Fl*ld Signal battalion attrl Noble* of Oaal* tempi*. Mystic Hhrlne, of CliArlottt, N'. (' . who pA/"ffd thru Heattlo en rout* to I'ortland. Th* former soldier* wer* atatloned f«>r a time during the war »t Camp Orctno, outaul* Charlotte Th* Southerner* w*r* mo*t honpltable to the noldteiM. ftud Monday they had tin nptmrturtily of *howins their up prestation with auto ride* fur thi vtnttor* • She Awaits Vast Fortune *** * * * * * * Aged Seattle Woman Heir to Millions? * * * * * * * * * Lawyer Wants Half of It Mrs. J. M. Ho nil, of 1010 Pearl nt. f vho may inherit fortune. —Cress-Dale I'hoto "No. I reckon they don't none of them know about Rie hark there. 1 waa ralxeil away from borne, aa you might oay. and me belli" out here and them 'wv»y !'« k there, we kind of drifted a|>art 1 gue*» there'll be heir* a plenty poppln' up when thla get* known, but none of em la c lower Own lam lun tell em all that.'' fir«wt rirandmotlter HoiMl, wrlnkle<l of far# and crowned with the white hair of 77 aummera and wlnltra, aroiled a bit wiaifully. "I've been waltln' quit* a while al ready, and I haven't got »o wary much longer—to wait." It all had to do with tha atory about the Hhlpleya of Hagemtown. Md , that »*e puw.ahed In The BUr June 14. William fthlpley. according to the atory. hail received word that ha «aa heir to a huge fortune, left by hi* unrle. T-m M'-Coy Mr* Ivontl ha<l read how Tom Mr-Coy. coming to California In the gold ru«h of 49, ae cumulated a fortune with the paaa Ing year*, and then, after *o long a alhnc-e. had left it to hi* IK Ira in the Ka»t when he died WKNT TO I»H. H)R M)U> IN (AUroRMA And the nlmllanly of the event* related there to part of her own fa .1 ' lly'a hlatory brought Oreatrf'.rand j mo' hi-r Bond to The Star office, to | *ee If. ponalbty— Hut lot her t> U the atnry in h« own worda: "I *e» It *ay» Tom' McCoy," ahe aald "I don't know who any Tom' McCoy I* There wrr* lhr«> brothers of that n:ura> In our family- -William and Walter and K**klel They wrf my father'* uruli*. I never aaw any j .if them myaelf, hut I've heard tell of thi-m oftrn enough. 'They went to California In the sold runh of '49. Juat like It aava In j the *tory about Tom,' I ««a about f. | year* old. Then I grew up and got married- f wa« born In I'lke county Kentucky-—«nd aoon went to Mlnne wita. wh'-re I lived for 10 year*. Wi- ' vemi ago my huaband and I ; catne to Seattle, where we have lived ( eve r alnce. HHKTM KXPKTTKO IT FOR I,V4T IS YKAHS "From time to tlm» we heard of the McCoy brother*. Flrat It wan about them *trtktng It rich. Then one by one thry died, or ao w-* heard 'The laat ohe died aoon after w< came to rtenttle, and ever *lnoe then there ha* twen talk about a fortum' 1. ft to the family. I gueaa It miint be ao. It waa 122.000,000. we ht ard "Ho. for the la*t 12 or 15 year* I've l«-en half-expecting nil alone that one , of tl«ew day* we'd Ret a l«*tter telling of aome money waltlnic for ua .lame* and me. And then we *aw thla *tory, and I'm Juat aure that I'm one of the cloaeat heir*—doner than thoae Shipley*, anyhow. I don't even know who they are." "Jumeii" in S5. and a veteran of the civil war. He aerved In the old .19th Kentucky volunteer*. After that In- Where the best food*tuffs cost the least. I<et's eat at Holdt'a. Thoroughness Characterises our method# In +wry transaction. and our cus tomers *r» accorded every cour tesy consistent with sound busi ness judgment. 4 % Pall tR flsTlaia Aff««sta Accounts Utibfon to f*b#rk Ara Cor (Daily Invited Peoples Savings Bank SECOND AVK. AND riKK WT. Fearful Eczema promlM immediate try on« hnt- I|f D D l> OS Ml fMrftlttt. .lf»r, tor. 11.00. fbr Skb 355e ISAIITKI.L DlllU BTOIIB9 went to farming, and now he and f;reat Orundmother Ilond live at 1010 Pearl at . with their elde*t daughter. *ho la an invalid. They ha\e three anna and *even daughter* living nut here. "flrandchlldren?" the old lady *mlled, t ii» I tell you how many of thern we have got H.ive to count em up every m> often ouraelve*." MWH.R W \NTKII IIAI.K IIKK SHARK And there I* a renemu* aprlnkllng of grandrhldlrrn on top of that. Tea," Mtld Great Grandmother r»ond. "a lawyer came up to we me from B-m lYanclaro onee, but he wanted half of my ahnre to get It for me, and I thought that was a little too •teep." Great Grandmother Bond may nev er roeHve any of the McCoy fortune —aurh thing* >r e uncertain, at beet J.ime* • m.iy ju*t go en draw Ing hl» penal on y#ar after year. e Hut «he |* Jiving in hot* th.it some •Lir. MITHhow, she will be ble«*d with » \ i«t amount i,f money to hsnd down to all her tittle sr.ind children | At the TURRELL I SHOE SALEmK; I If Your Size Is Any- I I where From 6to 8 I I YOU'RE IN LUCK 1 I In the Downstairs Department we have I ■ brought together in one lot a varied assort- ' I ■ ment of odds and ends in Pumps and Ox- fl I ■ fords from sizes 6to 8, and marked them at m H I ■ this unheard-of price for immediate clear- ■ I ■ There are Patent, Black and Brown Kid, I I Brown Calf, Suede and Satin Models, and H I ■ practically all have Louis heels. At I ■ Other prices in this department are $6.40 and 87.80, and at these I ■ prices the sizes, though not complete, are in a fairly wide range. H I Mens "CHIPPEWA" Scout and Work Shoes B ■ a Another remarkable Down- MM I ■ >A stairs bargain. Strongly made MM KVM M H 3 ' n a grade of brown leath- jKfl I H ■ I \ ®r. A wide range of sizes in the A IVf .fill H I / K tW ° Btyle8 ' W ■ I WIfL Other Sale Items for Men I I (f 1 \ All Oxfords, with the exception of Brogues, H 9 Cordovans and Patent Dancing Styles, are marked ■ H /r at a straight 20 per cent off. H I \ Nettletons at the ISWin Store. Johnston & I ITURRRELL COMPANY I I DOWNSTAIRS SECOND AND MADISON I * rME Grote4?ankinH OTTO r MOLL Pr~Htenr PM£ ST MTU/*t Leonard One-Piece, Porcelain-Lined REFRIGERATOR [ Special $46.15 THE superb porcelain lining of Leonard BCleanable Refrigerators makes it the choice of dis criminating . housewives. Leonard Cleanable Re frigerators are easily cleaned and remain sweet and whole so m e—for there are no cracks or joints for food to get into. J trated is a popular house hold size, made with ten walls to save ice—ninety- > Priced special at, each, $46.15. BASKMKNT STORE THE ANNEX STORE j Has Thirty Solid Oak -g Rockers NYS}f|j j With Wood SeaU I K ly P f, S | On Sale Tomorrow At $8.50 Each | Three styles of Solid 49 Oak Rockers, waxed or firSTf * ' 1 , iftiffllT fumed finish, are offered I f wflf at less than present fac tory cost. All are built wW with heavy DQltl and \jM with amis. Priced *pe- Hif cial, each, §8.50. - - ■ ■- ■ "H The Carpenter PACE 3