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I overstuffed furniture sale I at great reductions! —it reductions of one-fourth or more we have placed on *ale lor this week, our entire stock of overstuffed furniture 2- and 3-piece suites; all odd pieces and some cane suites. / Make your selection during this sale. " Your credit is good" | —at sale prices! these few sample values— |H I™ * 1 •' thr*»plMa aulta you will ' JTJ9 i;!'find )u»t a lltlla out of tha or- dlnary both In atyla and prloa; 1 1 luoaa I low f~.ii « uahluna: blur KUrW id valour upholatrrrd. rr«ular prlca for U)la bMUtlful aulta, IIU aparlal prlr» for UFHOU fITRRBD PriINITfRB HAI.K. UIMI; plaraa aaparata vary baautlful ovvratufTrd ■v ; Or»« plin UvHix room aulta la I h€J rl\ «ofcolatrn«ri In axtrs flna &>wila ' t ' W* \jt |JT ft fe)Mrr: kvoaa pills* a*«t cuah- w->. ■ 'JjglA B Imw; l«fular prtc* for thla ma*- ffj}* \ ) vtflf ■Meant aulta. |4«l i«. apacUl rC4i fW> J^Tfh'lT » % pftoa for thla I'PHOLHTKRKD tePDRNITI'KK HAI.K. Will; |)h(n ioM aaparataly ■ ■ v L 4 j0 * '** »m> ■' tkla ma*nlflr*nt two pl«--a aultr | N flj fc a i F j l» upbol't'Trd In »*trm fln» «jut»l * —JH-' ~*y/-| Sji, ii, . ti'.nriHl • Inoaw t"i Atfe,}"i"T3 low arat ruahlonn. tha makrr la ona of Amvrtca'a b<-at known up T r»>lairry manufacturer*. upwlal ■■ yfj)< a - IIM pra* for thla ITPHO WTBRY SALJt. VMI.M; pl«*w» aol.t aapar ataly U«-Ji; chair. SI 'j£ATTU» JRSW M T 1 111 TliiiiTi *3SU3PEUc:" nM at B*ldt'i; May tawt (or |p wWa tolly. 9N DuaoKo |w ▼ I Hubert bansen An. DONT FORGET! There is Real ECONOMY . N*J*B The Quality Qszii> of America*! 6mH| ONE POUND- B&hB Vacuum Packed j#l THREE POUND kMR Vacuum Packed five pound- • Vacuum Packed The Greatest SAVING IksLyfl | is in the FIVE POUND SIZE a-WHY? M. J. BRANDEMSTEIN ft CO. Oft,, k W.,,hou« 313 OCCIDENTAL AVF... SEATTLE. Three Years More of Traffic Jam According t* U aannuneamtnt by rtty * njrtnwr*. th« UmbtrK) hrMf handling lha traffic acr©*« tha w«rt •rturwtjr. kt Spokana at.. wt|| not b> replaced for at hrnat thraa jrwra la tha mnnum>. a study of th» varloua typ*a of brldfva will iVlrrmUu th« kind to b* ronatructad th»rt. Warmer Weather Is Due Thursday Taka off that extra uhlrt. mUtrr. and turn down your < oat cellar, for tlia woathar nan pmmlM u* (hat Thursday it will ha "fair and warm «r," with modrrat* wratrrty wlnda Cbrwlnc cum to tb» tahw of 11.1M.1M waa uportrd by th» I'nltad Htat<* 'fnrint th* year III* THE SEATTLE STAR HERE'S MORE ABOUT RADER MURDER TRIAL STARTS ON PAGE 1 unl'i lake Pity wood rnmp aa had other wltn*aae* Mhe toM briefly of their qimrral on tha iluy before, and of Purtlta' charge that Itader waa breaking up lila home. NHK H.KAMI FOR KAIiK UK BABY Tha following day, aha aald. Curtla returned anil, aftar another quarrel with Rader, tha latlar want to tha taut whara aha and har aia tar wrra living and got Curtla' revolver Hh« niahed up to Ilader aa h« waa advancing on har hua band with tha gun In hla hand and pleailed with him; | "For baby Ingram'a aaka and for my baby, don't do II." • • lUdar bruahad har aalde, aba aald. . and want on and ahot Curtla to daalh In tha mannar daafrll>ed by othar wltnaaaea. Mr a Curtla waa aavad by Judge Hall from lha ordaal of taring tha aarrata of har domaatlc relation* prior to tha killing. , NTOIt* OK KIIJJNO TOI.U IN IIKTAIL j Aaked hf dafanaa (vninael If aha ' hail not bad aoma trouble with har , huahand aoma lima twfora ba waa ; alaln. aha anul It waa a llttla mui , tar Uial had l«a*n "all fix ad u[ on aorount of Uia baby that waa coming" I WKnaaaa* yaatarday ralalad how Cttrtla. a young woodcutter. and hla wlfa and baby etna to tha camp whara Hadar waa euparintrndent and found amploy mant. how tha waallhlaa man urgad tha pratty young wife of hla workman to "uaat htm Uka a brother," and hug and klaa him. how Curtla pleaded vainly with hla wlfa to leave tha nam p. how ha had later returned for her ami found her and Itader In a tent to gether, how the two men quarreled and Curtla knocked Itadrr down and how Itadrr ran and got Curtla' re volver. came Kick and ahot him dead, than attempted to frame up avldrnre for hi* defenae at court nuns mi ND MIIKK IN TKNT Mr* Curtla followed rf *l"ter. Mr*. Anna May I'eleraon to (he atand Mra I'etereon and her hus band had alao been employe* nf lu der and .after Curtla ami Peter eon bad gone to another place to work . the two young wtva* were given llv ling quarter* In tha tani uaajl aa an office by tha Ranighl aimtanr They kept the mfnpany'e booha and an aa 'red Ulephooa call*. Mra I'eleraon •aid The day before the ahnntlng. *he •aid. t'urtia ram* to lha tent and found lUdrr Uiera llot wiadi fol low ad. "Hud acc-ueed Mr Rader of break Ing Up hla home." she testified, "lie waa angry bacauae Rader had aaked a rare to veal him like * brother and put her krma around him and k>a* bim whenever ihry met. and ha told Rader he'd bellar have hla gun ready, beraua* h* wag coming after him Bud eaid, "Thla la all I'ra got.' and kald vp hla two flata tie aald. 'l'm above killing a man' And Radar •aid. -wall. I'm m»f" TOOK (.1 N AWAT MiOM MUM PKTKRHOM The nei l .ftrrnoon —tha afu-rnoon of tha killing Mm Pateiwon Mid Radrr ram* running Into tha trat. f Mho trait ther* alone. an«w»ring a , phono rail. Hader imMiH the re itlwr r>ul of her hand and aald her •tater had eaot tnoi to got Curti*' re volver. ' It waa In a tnrnh." Mn Peteraen aald. "Ha went t» th» trunk and b» can pulling thing* out. I tot the gun flrat. and ha look It away from 'fn« and ran outdoor*"" HAY* HF. TRIKI) TO KRAJMK KVIIIKM'K "I followed him and aakad him what waa Ihe mait<K. and ha aald ha waa having trouble with the Ourtleea. and ran on A llttlo while later «afl*r tha •hootinfi Radar mm* hark and told me to remember to *ay ha. h«.l noi noma to tha (ant to gat tha gun. but had It all tha lima Ha «aJd Hay I had the gun lo my por'kat Stay with ma '* On further examination. Mm I'rterann aald Curtia had pleaded with hla wife to leave tha ramp on previous day*, and that aha and her alater had Intended going away with their huaband* later -Why didn't you go with them In the flrat plar*»" aakrd I»eputy I'roae <rutor Oirmodr J "Well, Radar alwwy* put tta up not to go. He aald he wouldn't have anybody to keep tha honk* and an ■war the phona." *he replied. flhe mid Itader had once had a deputy aherlff* cmmnMoo and had carried a gun. the cvmmlaalon waa tnkrn away from him, and ha got Curtia' gun from Mr*. Curtia and Carried that frequently. hIKMKIi PARTNER OP HtllßH NTATK WITMUM Albert Knight, former partner of Flader In the Hanlght company. t**tv fled for the Mate tAat Curtia had ■pokrn to him regarding hi* wife and aald he w«* having family trouble, but didn't aay naarUy what It waa about Uuer. Knight *ald, both ftiril* •nd I'eteinon came to him Family matter* were again dl*eti**ed and leader * name waa mentioned 'They aeamed down on Itader," •aid Knight. "1 aaked him If he waa Jealou*. and he an Id. 'No. but a man with an auto can do a whole lot." "Old Rador have an auto?" aaknd Cermody. "Tea," replied the wltneee. "Did you aver tell Radar ha THIS WEEK The Mont My*Ufylng of I>rama* "The Argyle Cue" THK PI.AT THAT l?A« •KArrl.K UHMIINU Meat Weeht "CAPTAIN KIDD, JR." AT TIIIC WILKES ought not to lat thoaa twn girl* *tay there In that place; that It didn't look rightr "*e«" Knight corroborated lextlmony that luder mad* a prattle* of toting • gun. "H* had nne In hla pock*! a great deal." Knight aald. John I'arka, a truck drivar. and Jnhn Aldrlch. a loader, told of tha actual tragedy In graphic detail. After Curtla had failed to Indue* hla wlfa to leave th* r«m|> th* day pravloua, ha returned tha negt noon on a trurk driven by I'arka. Arriv ing at th* platform wher* log* war* loaded. J'arka and Curtla found Aldrlch. Ilader and Mra Curtla with aaveral othera FIJCAIIKII VAINI.T WITH IIIN WIKK Curtla took hla wlfa aalda and a**med to be pleading with her Hlie appeared not In aympathy with hla propoaal*. and Curtla finally turned on Itader and aald: "Ilader, you'll need ypur gun. I'm coming for you." Throwing off hi* coat, h* atruck Itader and knocked him Into a sitting poatur* on a log. Itadar remained ther*. "Get up. and fight Ilka a man," Curtla *houU<d. "or I'll hit you wher* you ar*." Rader did riot comply. and Curtl* put hla arm around hla wlfa and walked away ll* took a peuvey and began loading pole* onto I'arka' | truck. 1)1 KII IN DKATVI (IKIK WITH MI.AYKR Rader then left tha plaoa. A few minute* later h* waa aeen coining up th* road. Mra Curtla went to meat ' him and apparently waa trying to periuade him to turn back Curtl* *a«lng th* two again together, j dropped hi* p*avay and starlrd to ! warda them running ilader leveled a revolver at the ap ' proachlng huahand. and Curtl* picked | up a atick which ha hurled al Rader. Itadrr fired. Curtla either atumhl*d or dropped, aa If to dodge a bull«t. re.-over ed hla feet, flung another •tick and ducking thla way and that, with arma outairetchad. lutiged for ' "V'l towarda Itadrr Again Itailrr fired Bhot thru tba •tomar-h. Curia atumhled on. gripped j Ilader al«out Ihe kneee. lifted blm Into Ihe air and ilader fired twice more Th* bullet* entered Curtla tba-k. aa the two men fall to Ui* j ground. ciuU-he«l in tight gripa. Convict Russell at Fake Officer J A. nq«~n. <m« of tha defend »nla la tho Maodowdaia camplttrf ciuw. who plmiM guilty waa fln»d |io». found guilty Turrbr afternoon on chlrtn of lmp>f annatlng • frdT*l offlear. by a Jury Id tha t'nlted Hum district court. Kuwll. who wu formerly an In •TIM tor at tha Hrwi'rlM navy yard, attempted to rraata an alibi by ex hibiting hla hade* and rUtroln* to b» a cuatorna agon), "hm caught with tha otbara at Mradowdalo on March tl. Hwilhh* I* to ha pmnounead by Federal Jwlf* Cuahman on Jvma SI. 7MKHT »iaa Reoaavalt Vetrrin, hall, till H Third *»«• Flr*t t>lvl»|on A K V club tn»ala All Klret Dlvtalon man Invited ■ roo Auditorium, lilt Fifth ava— KHaabath Towne. uf llalyoka. M>m. rdltor of Nauttlua rn**a line, lecturaa on "The New Thought of Ood Thru Man." Reraptmn In hrr honor from l it to 4 10 of »ama day. T>aa Church tha Kplphanr—Com munity King. la<i by t'raacla Mui •all a>aa V W r A Rarltal by plana forte pupil* of Mia* Agne* Koaa THURSDAY M#vo»* r«fotort*. And Hon ec* it. Toutf M*n'a lir f>n bhr nn club; ('blCAfO cot* trniii/B rerrlnlm^fiCA. BIRTHS flurrta. J A.. Admlrtl wmy fill Mor*H*p Fl hoopltal. fill. ftMhata. 9. UK Y*oior war HAyiahi. T, «ifc« tut, it* g., ir"T. * I* O 1711 AunnrMlA t iaii w fit* it. Ctrl IUMO«. M J.IJ A Val* tl . Uf, <1 O. 4!14 a»A. girl f> ••ar.tl. M. 1114 j:th AVA ft.. «lrt. lain.; f |C . 111? 13*4 »*• 9 W.Wf aip*h, m la. «:tt H«i»r •« tin. Mn«. J . M*n Juan dorft. ftrL lAln. W |» *#«mo. i«» r OirlAA. A h«r N >lln. O 1.. IMA Jri<l ivt If W, ffM. Raltlr, A T IIK Brooklyn . he?. Wot || 1«1 ft ?«th fev*. ft ft. lianann. A., lilt ilrmb+m M., hof. r»if. It , fMt Tftft »t . MARRIAGE LICENCES K*m* and Ag' t*r« ■•11. f*. V«HU 19 Aim Ira 0. Haallli. ll MHllmpwy T>omu. iMlttl.. . II CAm*r«a. Mart* la*.b#n. \ M»odiit«, » <'- II Moim. oi«l BultA Mnfit II Johnson. Nannit V., Putt* Mont.. 11 I J*rl«rh Trul PI, SiN»I(U T<*f*l MurhrnrlMi-r, H»rth* laAlllA., ... .t<A|tl ! Young Dallma. F««ttl« •..... II Pft. Iva, NaatHa II Jftn*ch*. WRjtef. ....Ufal KtaprovKi, Jfan. I*allli .••.I«*fal Mlnndrn. Ilarrr J. Aouth ANrOwrii |.«r»i Iwiif. Map. tWtulh Aberil<>»n T^fftl Vr«Ri»r. Chßflß* M . Rpauli Itprhßnt. RxtPlla. l.*r«l f'ovpy, Wmlur v. Vaahon I^fnl Clordon. KIIr, Ah#p«lß«n w .....L#|r) rntbtr#*. William If ri Yaw ton . I« Hoot. Evrij-n. foftftlo SI Noloon. Adolph. Morfovlllo If llolmtiorf. Mrliol, Moryovlllo }& NlfhPlann, Ir o A. H««ltlo . |S Andoronn. Ktto K.. MrottU II Dnlllvor, MrpV C, TlMVllft «,,;4jfal Itßnnan, CVIIa C , H«alll* ..liOfol Kpllt. Jri»i»*. Krattlo m .U|al Wlrltllff. floo, Hpriilo .Lofftl Uf.on, John. Htftitlo .laPf«l Wftrmo. 11iiflr it. H.R(tlo l^tol fthort. Nt-laon D , Auhtipn... *«•..,. Lofml flock. ThM% A , Auburn. l^pul j Fraapr. V\ llllnrtt W. II | I*l ng. L«ulu 1£ , Hoot Hp 4 Coffoaflgll. I jOO K, Mrßlllß leOKRI I Maakall. Mvrtla. Hpftttla t'ofol I liar da, (}por*p. Mine T.ofal lUyAr, Ollvo O . Hr.Rlt |r | ,«t(n | t»owna, William C., PhaMnan, f»ro. .laPril j IWk, Wophla W. Clovpland O l^fal Kl«klpwn, llonry J. M*altlo I^orrl Chapman. !>al«y A H«a(t|p L*ofal DIVORCES GRANTED Crowlojr. M»*py, from Wlnflold g. Dunning, Kllon. from Hart. DEATHS tt.*.-11, Ro.a. 11. ]re K 60th at Hwanaon, John U . «|, fruvld.nn bo* p4t.l Maiiocka. CTar«ne. H , I. «SII WrrAin pi Yn.Mioml. MaLuml, I, TOIH Waalilni inn at Tlwiua t no. Mil U*«o>aa 4t. SHRINERS FILL ALL PORTLAND, More Than 75,000 Visitors Now In City T*r>riTl-ANr>. Ore., Jun* »l—Tan p*r <*nt of th* Pullman equipment of the country *•« «M to be parkxl In I'ortland today, following the ar rival of the •Jut Hhrlne ipnlti from Dm RML The Imparl*) eeaalon of Nohle* of tha Myetic Hhrlne o|»n«1 yeaierdny. Willi addri in a of welcome by (Jov Hen Olcotl uid Mifur (laorin 1.. Ha lor. Thaa* war* an«wered on h» half of Ui* Imperial council by W. Fr«*land Kendrlck, Imperial potra tat*. Tha mammoth parade and th* electrical exhibition were pronounced lha mo«t gorgeoua and colorful dla playa In tba hlatory of Ilia city. Tba Hhrlneri will ba In araalon for flv* days. It la estimated that there ar* mora than 71,000 vlaltora In Portland fur tba ocfiaaion SHOOTS WOMAN HE LURED AWAY Wife, Who Returned Home, May Die ffICPRO-WOOr.I.KT. Juna II Mra. Robert Ilradley, 21. who once faltered, but who had returned to a the paat. waa (hot. per hap fatally, (h* paal, waa shot, per hay a fatally. Tuaaday, by Harry Jenklna. tb* man who lured bar away, whit* Janklna la dying from a *elf Inflk-ted wound In th* Imwl Jail. Tha (hooting oc cur red una r tba milk condenalng plant while Mr* Bradley waa anting bar lunch. Mra. Bradley eloped with Jeakma about a yaar ago and aftar two isootha raaliaad bar nit taka oh* returned to har hu«band A reconciliation waa effected and *bc continued raleing har two children Jenklna returned Tuerdjy and at tempted to per*'«nde Mr* Bradley to go away with him again. I'pon her raf'iaai. be grtw angry and tbe trag "dy followed Jenklna la married ami ha* five children If Mra. ltradlay dlaa and Jenklna live*, murder charge* will ba filed agalnat him AS IT SEEMS TOME DANA SLEETH *UrU an Pago Om) m HAT paovao ma mora than anything aioa la that aoma monthaago John D. Rock efeller. Jr. wrote ma » nlr« peraonal lattar. prala log ma for an editorial that ha •aid I wrote. I bat that lattar would ha good for aa much aa twanty gallona of gaa. but In an avll hour I throw tha lattar In tha waata baaket. 1 never cultivated tha Rockefeller family noticeably. and tha family haan't bothered ma much, either; tha only uma waa that lattar. and eeelng aa How 1 didn't wrlta (ha editorial In quaation, that wag a eort of a fluke. Indeed. If 1 ever wrota anything that could by tha raraotaat Inter prauuon pleaae anybody who makea a living sailing gaaollna. lubriaatlng oil. kerosene. graph ite. greoae or was candlaa, It eocapea ■ny proaant recollection. But tha Mil Uma I got a Rocke feller lattar I'll have It framed, and I'll carry It coneplcuoualy attached to the cap of my gaa tank. RERLIN.—Many wounded In food rMi tt (">»n»brueck YOUR TEETH X-RAYED FREE £ \ Dr. L R Clark each morning between the hours of 9 and 10:30. No cost or obligation whatever. We have a fine, brand new X-Ray Machine which wc are placing %t your dis posal without charge be tween the hours men tioned above. Please come as early in the morning as possible. REGAL DENTAL OFFICES Dr. U K. Clark,. Manager IMS THIRD AVENUE Northwest Corner Third Avmm and Union Slrnt Diagonally Aero** tha Street from the l'o*toffh-a U4)r Attendant* an Dutjr at All Tiittea NOW PRESENTING A SHOW THAT'S THE TALK OF SEATTLE— /^®~7 L^^rJ Hi I / I I *v2?52*4 I /'TZl** I L> "•*:£■■?»*, J IN ADDITION TO N - Eowavd Sheldon's fff CELEBRATED PLAY f Romance ""■Doris Roane HEADS ARE WAGGING— TONGUES ARE BABBLING ABOUT IT SATUBDAY JACK LONDON'S "THE SEA WOLF" Too 11 U •frmU to p> borne to tkc <Hk Italians Lose 100 in Albania Fight nOMK. June 21—One hundred It-iltan* wrre killed or woundrd at whrn a •mall force attacked Insur ant*. according lo dl»patrhe» from llaltssa, Monl'lon jio yenterday. Yaiona. After fierce fluhtlng. the In surjenti were dlsbojidt d. the dl» pitch Mid Report* from Kmm-i raid the Al banian* have now turned aculnnt the PTblana. and hnve blown up bridge* on the t'ekub. B<>lirr*de and Halonlka SPECIAL PRICES ON DENTISTRY! BEST GOLD CROWNS $5.00 Regular $l5 Set of Teeth Special at $lO.OO Guaranteed Work—Best of Materials Take advantage. . FREE EXAMINATION We will gladly examine your teeth and give you expert advice free of charge. THE NATIONAL DENTISTS Northeast Corner Third and Pike Right Across Pike Street From the New F*hey- Brockman Store—Look for Our Big Electric Sign JtTNB IV ,Ma Auto Thieves Cart Away $5,000 Loot VANCOUVER, B. C, June 11.— An automobile backed up opposite the doorway of the Imperial Tobacco company'* warehouse iaat nttrht, and thieves, who had broken Into the 'place thru * back window, calmly carried the loot thru the front door to the oar. Lose estimated at 15.000. railroads. Albanians claimed Serb ians have rased 170 villages.