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SEATTLE VETS LAUD^TEVENS Attitude on Jap Question Is Indorsed ContrratulatlnK Willi am TV Stev ••ft, governor of California. on hift firm stand against the Japanese men •ce on the tVlfla coast. Theodore Roosevelt l'i«l No. S4. Veteran* of Foreign War*, unanimously adopted • resolution Monday even in* declar ing that the only aolutlon of the Jap problem la the complete elimination of the Japanese front ths I nlted Statea. "The present situation muat In ♦vltably result in one of three thing*." the Veterans' resolution re cited "First, an asatmllatlon ©♦■ the Japanese thru blood fusion, which la unthinkable; secondly, the complete aunender of the l"actflc coast to tha Japanese, which our country will never permit, and thirdly, the rea*- nertlon by the white race of Ita dom tnatton of the Pacific coast, looking to the ultimate elimination of the Japanese population " JIVOMAN KILLED IN AUTO FALL Sister and Husband Are in Accident WENATCHKR. June •» Mrs Helen Schoonmaker, of Uila city was killed here last evening when the automobile in whk-h she waa riding fall Into a hole, 13 feet deep, made by tha removal of shale for road work. Her sister. Florence stritzel was badly brulaed Her husband, who was driving the car. encaped without Injury. Mrs Achoonmaker had bean mar rled but a ahort time. Stranded Boy and Dog Now Have a Home Fata played kindly with Omr|» Midland. m»r <dd fanu ff boy of Olail.v Wwh, found nlMfinc with hh dog, "Fluffy." in a bam several mllm «»ulti of the rlty Monday nwrnint by deputy dirrilK Deputy Sheriff* Matt Starwlch, Earl Kamage and N. L Ixvewll were *or>uting around on a liquor case when they stumbled Into a de parted barn. A * rival I curly water ■|>anie] disputed their entrance Harwich pacified the do* after It had fastened ita teeth In an Import ant part of anatomy. The toy, who was covered with Brain sack* and who** hair la aa red mm fir* and whom far* la beapeckled Wth count!*** frecltlea. Informed Umn that be waa "on the bum." "My dad has a ranch over In Kit anp county," the lad recounted. "and I have gtx email brothers and *1» torn. My father told me three month* ago I would have to ret out and ahtft for myself aa I waa the oldest So I ah Iftad." Oeone told Ptarwlch he had al waya tried to earn at leaat SO rente ad ay for food for htmaelf and dog "1 apllt It In half." the boy ex plained. "IS rente a day for myeelf and the reat for Fluffy." The boy waa brought to the umit bouse where a collection waa taken up and new underwear and a suit were purchased to replaca the tat tored remnants of Oeorg*'* old cloth ing. And then a Job on the Meadow brook farm near North Bend waa ob tained for the lad. who aald he wanted work where he could go to acboul and where hi* dog would be treated kinlly. He Drops Charges Against Daughter Recond degr»e ajmault chargea against r<ew Judkina and his wife. Gwynetth were dropped In Justice Otln W. Blinker'* court Tuesday. up on request of Garrett OTS'ell, federal bolMlng caretaker. OTfeil charged hla daughter and her hoaband called upon him In hla yard at *517 Fifth ava. 8. on June 17, and beat him up because of a family aquabble of long standing The defendant* atood the court coata. Green Lakers Will Picnic Wednesday fleattle citizens are Invited to ,1! tend the second annual pknjc of the Green Lake Commercial Hub to be held Wednesday at Hllvar' Lake K. P. Hubbard, president of the announced Tuesday the pic nickers would start from tha Green Lake station at 140 p m. Free transportation, loa cream and coffe» will be furnished. Fined $2OO for Booze Violation Alonao M. Johnson, porter on a O. N. train, pleaded guilty In the T.'nlted State* district court Morulay afternoon to violation of the na tional prohibition law and was fined $2OO. Johnson admitted bringing In nine quarts of whlaky from Canada. Gives Youth "Light'; ! Term —Year in Jail MEMPHIB. Tenn.. June 2».—j "Beutust you are only It! years old I am going to give you a light sen tence." Judge Richards told Ox<?ir Kim peon here, charged with carrying a revolver. He did —only a year In I Wife Claims Her Husband Sold Her LONDON, Jime 2#.—Mary Pear maj> say# her huxband sold her to a ; man named Jones at a tea shop Albert Pearman, she told the court. j took her to the tea shop and threat ened to "do her In" If she didn't » document, to leave Pearman'H j jioiire and board for Jonen. L Tfca "WK" '« the Mm," ptil.llah** ' I jail! la Tha Star, ara smum# aptatle* I laaaliH Irmrm It* rea4en oh* "bnali Into I artat" I* gt*e IMr hintaat upiaioos mi , f ia»l«r-- *f lateeeat to them. A* aarti ; I |k«r a*» aa* aalr laterestlag, bat m- I HtlSiW aal ara wall wwtk raa4Jag. j Harding Well Dressed Type of Reaction, Says Rabbi Wise; Comes Here on Lecture Trip "If the republican p*rly la sat isfied Ui place In the prmklriifj • Well itre.wil Uld personally lundMHW* representative ol rear Mon and all tin blind and willful [Milk-lea, they have rhoaen •right." Thus l>r Stephen A Wise. rahhl of the Kree Sytuutogu*. of New York, vke president of the Zionist Organlaatton of America. chairman of the Zionist rommUfilnn at tha Versailles peace conference. and re puted to be close to the admlntatra Hon and President Wilson, summed up twlay his estimate of the repub lican party choice for the presidency. OKMtM KATS CANNOT IMI ANY WUK.HK Dr Wise la on a speaking tour of college* and normal school* thruout I "aliform* and the Northaeat slates lie reached Seattle today from HelltnKhara where he spoke at the Mat* normal school lust night, lie speaks Tuesday night at Temple de lllrach on "A me ricanliatiorv. True and False." Asked what the democratic con ventlon will do at San Kruncuu o. Dr. Wise declared. "Whatever It doe*. It cannot do worn® than did the republican con *entlon at Chicago, which wasn't a convention at all but a collection of automata pausing lons enough In tha midst of their uneaalneo* and per spiration to register tha supreme COAL SHORTAGE NOT EXPECTED State Should Be Welt Sup plied, He Says BY KtMiAR C. WHKKl.ril WtJKAVK, June ?i —There la no reason for believing there will be a coal shortage In the state of Washington the coming winter, altho thrre Is likely to be a serious shortage in Kastem , slate* The coal Industry In Washing ton Is In better shape tliau U has bee,i for year*. Of the (00# union miner* In th« ' state, practically all are working They are hoping to continue on the - Job right along. Also, they are hop i Ing for a peaceful adjustment of I their wage demand*, preventing a repetition this year of the etntly coal mine of last October This was the summary of the fuel situation In Washington as outlined !to me today by Robert Itarlln. presi dent of the United Mine Workers of , America for this district, who t* in Spokane aa a delegate to the Stat* Federation of Labor convention. Dispatch** telling of a ooal fam'ne and aky blgh price* In the Kast for the winter should not apply to this state. Harlln aald. Discussing the possibility of an other coaJ sulks thia fall. Itarlln said: l "We expect to meet sometime n«it month with the cool commission. I constating of two representative* of I the operator*, two from the miners and the fifth member recantly ap pointed by Trealdent Wllaon. The miner* are hoping that this meeting will bring about a settlement of their demands for a wage Increase proportionate wtlh the increaaaa In the Eastern coal renter* "Of course, it may roma to a showdown. Hut we are hoping for a peaceful agreement" I Harlan announced he is a candl data for International preefient of the United Mine Worker* of Atnerl , r*. opposing John I>ewb>. whoa* ac tion In the coal strike settlement Is said to hav* aroused considerable hostility. *apcclally In the Western district. Bear Skin to Be Shown in Court • Held by the custom* department more than «0 day*, parties Interested i In a certain large brown bear skin | shipped from Alaska on the Admlr*l ' Kvans. without proper coupon or af I fldavlt, are notified to appear In the federal court before final disposition 1* made of the hide. No date has heen set for the case to come up la court. It Smelled But It Was Not Perfume Attempts to camouflage the prod tict of his still as "perfume" failed when Federal Prohibition Agent O'Harra looked In on Ponulo Moz zone, 42.1 24th are S.. Mondiy after noon. The still and samples of the moonshine were sensed, and fe«leral charge* are being filed against Mar zone. hi* wife. Mary Rosa, and J Giordano. M'lcnnt 1* proprietor of the Flora Co.. which manufacture* cherry nec tar, 'hampagnette and other toft drink*. Booze Sleuth Gets Fair Bootlegger Charged with having sold a quart of Canadian whisky. Information ! was filed In the United States dl* trict court Tuesday morning against Marie Oalton. of the West Hide hotel. According to Federal Prohibition Hleuth Charlea W. Kline. Marie "Is considered to be one of the worst bootleggers In Seattle." "She thought we couldn't touch her." said Kline, "but her 'protection' failed for once." When Is Dentist Not a Dentist? The time worn and much debat able subject, "*tVh*n 1* a dentlat not a dentist?" came to life once again Tuesday morning In Superior Judge John Frftter's court with the trial of Jane Doe Bahst' and Jane Doe Hh'-ehan. Attorney* Carroll B. firave* and f\'/e Htratton rl*lm their client* aie teeth cleaners and that, they do not need a state license. The state, represented by Deputy Pros ecutor Hert Koss, on the other hand oontrnd* that the teeth cleaning |*rt waa only a "stall." Superior Judge Boyd J. Tallman ruled against the state In a similar , trial heard last week by him. and unchallenged will of a senatorial i»bal " l>r. Wise was wknt whether there •re any Jew*, not Zionist*. who are opposed to the etibtWlnhntenl of l"ul netlne as a Jewish homeland. SA\S AIJ. JKWM WIIJ. KMIIKACh /.IOMSM Xii reply lie uld ®1 answer by telling you tliut ona of the grnatest living Americana, himself not a Jew. one* uld to me, 'No -lew without vision can t>e a Zionist.' "Self respecting and upstanding Jew* am governed by thair hope* Self obliterating and cowardly Jew* are ruled by their feara. America supports tha president In all ha wrought for Palestine aa ■ physical refuge for homrlna Jaw*, aa a canter for Jew* reactved to try tha expert, ment of completely Jewish life, of In spiration to every Jewish country thruout the world Wil l. XIMUIKHS TIIK IIIAMIII.It til'' IOMMKRCIC "I do not really believe," aald T>r Wise, "that there i-an be any antl- Zionist* among Jewa. They may have been antl. They are 'not yeta.' Soon they will he aagt-r and snaloua to participate In the task of translal- Ing a splendid dream Into • glorious reality " f>r Wise I*lll add re** the Chamber of Oommerce In the Masonic club rooms Friday at 1111, noon, on "My IVrsonal Impressions at tha I'taie Conference " PASSPORTS TO COST SI 0 NOW Raised From Former Fee of Two Dollars Raising of the fee for passport* from 12 to 110. waa announred by the clerk * office of the United State* dlatrict court Tuesday morning Th* new rate* are In compliance with In st ru< lions received from Washington, and went Into effect Tu**d»y On* dollar I* the desk's filing fee, and Si go to the govA-nment Anticipating that many per«on* wtll wish to visit the irsvf* of sol dier*. aailor* or marines oversea*, the department haa waived the gov ernment's fee where such is the sole purpose for th* visit, and only the II filing foe will have to be paid Pussport* may now he taken out for one year ami twice renewed for six month pert.*!*, while formerly six months w.i« the initial time allowed with the s-ime renewal priv ilege*. Another new ruling I* that no pass ' ports may be taken out on fir*t paper* 8 INDICTED IN BERCDOLL CRSE Accused of Aiding Him to Escape Guards PHTI.APKI.PHIA. Jun* it Th* special federal grand Jury which In vestlguted th* escape of Orover Cleveland Bergdoil from military guard* here Many Jl, today returned eight Indictments. Thoae named were Orover Cle-r* land Bergdoil. Krwin Berrfoll, hi* brother. Charle* a. Braun. also a brother, but who changed hi* name. Mr* Kmma Bergdoil. the mother. Ja«i»* R Komlg. former magistrate and friend of the liergdoll family; Kugene Htecher, driver of the car in which BergdoM m%le hi* esrape. Al fred F Mitchell and Harry Shuh They are accused of aiding Berg doil to dodge the draft and with aid ing him to eecape from hi* two army guard*. Ifwr ■ 1 Public Markets i riRR rieAm Htal! It. fin# *»t4rar I Tha ft 4 Tb* I! M Ptali 4« tall .an <ar nation milk. llr. Htalla 27-21. pur* lard. Ifcfl 4fcr. lamb 2&r fb . afaak Jlr Th Htall lI3S 2 lar** b«.t** nol**l*aa flp maf-haa. He. It for lie Mark p*ppar. ttr ft. . pur a rtx-oa. I|r Tt» • ic*d dm pi.ki*a. I#e can. Stall Iftoi. I pkff* if my aoap flak»*. Jlf fr*th rtnrh 41c d«>«. Wlall 1?. I*rmm NBf kfn. lie I TT)• whaal n«k*a tlr. I ran* tomato ar>up. ll' lie 'an Krinv t»aana. Ilr Hta.l 71, rantaloup«a. I for Jl<*. <-h*rrt*a 2«r Tt» onion*. 4 flt»a. ll< RtnM Jt. naw potat»«a, I Tba or |U f>+r aack. arosoKT Wtall 17 tall can Carnation mlflc. II*: ptjr* TaKlma h'.nry l*r pt llr qt . jalllaa. Jla th . cmn ft 40 WtaJl 4*. pvfi mill lOr Tt> . ItaMxn "lit* oil. «l«l fjt 4ir effrn*. tH fT.s Mtal!« 1-2-1. p"t roast, lie ?h baron. l#r lamb ataak llr TV Hfall l«. flna sharp rtllr 17. . b»al mild full rr**m charaa. llr lb . 1 !7>s 11 oo fttal! 2£. «m«lf s. 2 Tt)s If r so|aa. l#r T7» frrati <od. 1 Tbs tie fttall 11. arratrh food. 10 Tbs lie; iron ln» f«Mwl. 10 Tt>s l«r rook in» aaJt. 4 Tbs 11c. fltslls 17 14. 4le ftoyal baking po»d »r. llr. 1 Tt, ran floldan W'aat, llaiianca or Auto Club ' off#a. I«c. COKMKR Ht%!!s 11-?!. biff ■-an sa*t*rkraut. tin, larff# oral ran aar«lln»«. lir. hsrtl shall araJauta. I6e Tti Mtall 101. fanry .ream »rf butter. fcOr ft- fr»sh rani h 43c i«»s . t dot *:,»*. He ran fK>rk and haans. 1 *4 •! Plka st . bar on, lOr ft. ha'on barks. 10c T!» . pork roaat, llr lb Htall 110, Hordan's milk. 1 rans 2 lr; I* a I M«>nta ataup 24r botti*. Instant Poatum, XTc ran Htall 2. atrrr round st*ak lie ft. mutton chops ft. Jowl haron. llr tb Frail 14, pink <»r sllvar salmon. 2Or fb.; rrd snappwr. j ft.a llr; linn rod. 2 tha. llr. Htall I 1 €. lamb strak, 2l«' lb , staar staak. 2I« |b . veaJ cutlrta. lie fb HANIT4KV Htall 111. tuna fish, llr and He ran Watch's arahapple, 4ir jar homa hak*>d baans, llr pt Htall 4f. Masola oil. !te. > 71c. ft 21, |2 71 49 ft) aiark Klahar's Bland flour. 12,10, l*almo||va or Crrma Oil soap. 2 hars 21c H»all ?1. homa mada vast and pork loavrs. DO If. . homa mad* haaf and ham loavas <or ft> fr*-ah li-l fflan rottaffr rharar. I It. Htalla 4 11, S Tt«s M J II coff*#. |2 41. Ntiraya tic fb Wesson oil. I. f,9 atal ; Brno rof. fr# 4Or ft» Htall 12, ffrap* fruit, ' I for llr; onions, 2 Tbs lOr, * Iba 2lr. n#»w potatoes. 2 ft.* 2I» Htalls 6 7 t. ffovrrnment Inapat tad corn»d h»#f, lc ft. spararlhs, ISc fb , hamburffrr and rountry aaiuaaffa. ll<* fb Htalla 122-111. stralnad bonoy. pt Jar 40«, fjt Jar 7&« . brown rlr*. tic ft. ( .ka tlranola. 2Rc. Htall 11. k th* dry onions. :'lr. hot ht.u** tomato**, 10c rt. ffrapa fruit, I for 2f.f WrJTMRR Htalla * 9. vaal *tfMk, 2Or Tt. , bon»t*«* p'.t roaat, 20c ft».; fancy baron, llr ft.. Htall 101, 2 pkff* rorn flskas. 2lc> atrial! pkff Htar Naptha waahltiff powd*r. 4r. 4 ran* Hpanlsh aaura. 2le Htalls 14 17, Carnation milk, 91 40 eta#; matrhas |r dox. f rolls tollart pap*r, 2fir Htall 112. ffo»»d broom. It c. l cans Übby's p*»rk and hoana. 21c; 111. Kmo cf»ffaa. 4lr Tt. . Olympic |r*n I aaka flour. 29c, Lcooa aoap, lc bar TTI E SEATTLE STAR AH! HERE COME RASPBERRIES! That Is, at" $6.50 lor 12- Box Crate Tr»<«M|lnß th. lulvont of th» amall fruit and borry mumn, the first cur riwita and r»d itipbunlN nuilr nppiNirnnra on M'nUrn »v« T\H'« day mornlnK. Th. lM<rrl«a .old at |0 &0 fur Ui« l!b«x prut*, wlill. tli* curranta «rr« at » crnl* for a .tartar H«th rjun» frtitn Ui. 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Bultar-- Rstraa. 01 V*c per lb. prima flrsta. II Via per Ih Kgff»—lßstraa. Il«* per doij dlrtlea. 44 p4-r etfra pullet* 41%«* par do« undsralMd pvllata, air par dos Chseae California flata, fancy, S4c par lis, firsla, 17c par lib 080000080008 ESS 0 S3! 000 000000000 000000000000 | SOME TIMELY SUGGESTIONS | I HOW TO SPEND YOUR \ | FOURTH OF JULY VACATION | [excursions! LSI Q I SAN JUAN I PORT TOWNSENDI PORT ANGELESI Hood Canal J | ISLANDS JULY 3 and 4 JULY 3 JULY 4 and 5 B rn I.i.u « m STIL WASHINGTON STR. WHATCOM Sm WHATCOM JULY 3 and 4 Leaves 9:00 a. m. (both I H Tickets pr»>o<l ffoiriß July 3 leaves Seattle 8:00 a. m., Sunday and Monday) for [~il STEAMER SIOUX and 4, 8:00 r. m. and 5:00 arrives Port 2:00 Union City, at the head p m Returning on Steamer Returning, leaves of the canal. I=l leaves 7:00 a. m., Satur- VNa-shington or Sol Due. p . , 4 .nn n m r* a i . • 0 .lav Jtiiv n and 8a m leaving Port Townsend at ' Angelea 4.00 p. m.. Grandest mountain scen m o j i i 10:4f> a. m„ 4:15 p. m. (ex- Ju 'y 3 > arriving Seattle ery on the Pacific Coast. UU Sunday, July 4; arrives c<?pt j u j y 3) an( j 7 : 45 p . m . ( 10:15 p. m.; or leave Port Interesting and changing 0 back 10:00 p. m. up to and including Monday, Angeles 11:00 p. m., ar- sc®ne*y every moment. 0 _ « July 5. An interesting trip rivinir Seattle Sundav at B f eama , U P [d The scemc trip of the all the way. The boat steams 7 lVm hook-shaped canal ski rt- C 3 West, through the fan- past Forta Worden and m '* or lea eP rt > n ff the shores through 0 tastic and oddly-shajx-d Flagler, with Fort Casey in Angeles 1:00 p. m., July the narrow channels, and 0 group of islands that view on Whidby Island. Pic- 4 or 6, arriving Seattle giving a view of laugh m „ r ft . tures<iue lighthouses, early 7:15 p.m. J n K waterfalls, gurgling 3 '' „ ' settlements and constantly- _ . , .. brooks and clear, cold |i| K'Cfln comprise. Inter* murine views n?n* trie uifif c6lcbrfl - mountains strcums, tuml^ fj] esting and surprising <i e r every moment thrilling, ti° n in Port Angeles July ling down to greet the 0 scenes of loveliness on all Ki Pnil ,^ h nf Tlt . v 3, then take a trip to voyagers. At Union City, Big Fourth of July cele- r ,_ n . r . .. ' the head of the canal, a J H bration; famous Sixth Reg- Lake Crescent, the won- gtop 0 f two hours is made, rr iment Rand will furnish derful summer resort in OA ROUND d* O niusic; Fort Worden open the heart of the Olympic Arrive back 10:00 p. m. | 0 TRIP ... SZ.DU to public; two war ves- Mountains, where fishing S Q 0 ' se ' B in t , he I , h ® rb s r; that is real sport may be &2 OO G _ sports of all kinds, baseball , , , TRIP ... Vm«Vv 5 ,0 Lunches Served. Beautiful park and enjoyed, and beauty that ) Q 0 . ~ bnch. "»t surpassed anywhere stateroom. I 0A trip through the San , , may be seen. r wo j Juan Islands rivals any- Automobiles will be in Lunches Sened. fil ... . , .. readiness to take visitors to TI , Tt) Z .. 1 Two davs spent on ft U thine to he seen In the w tA , s „„ u . rry ROUND TRIP Seattle lrip thrwh the wonder- I LJ woild. See this pictur- | an( j j n the Northwest. , a* AA ful Hood Canal will give J H esque part of the Pacific p. turn Xj OO y° u enthusiasm and in- I 0 Ocean and you'll not long ROUND d»0 I * spiration for your work j 0 for foreign travel. [TKIP Lunches through the rest of the j 3 Get Your Tickets Early. Lunches Served. (let Your Tickets Early. Get Your Tickets Early. I | J -J j lAuto Races in Tacoma July 5! 3 I ■] Auto races begin at 2:00 p. m. A $22,500 purse will be awarded. Contestants will number some of the world's g greatest racers—Gaston Chevrolet, Ralph Mulford, Cliff Durant, Eddie Hcarne, Tommy Milton and many others, j | Round Trip to Tacona $l.OO Round Trip to Taoorn $l.OO j g Fast Steamers Leave Seattle: i] 7:00, 8:00, 9:00, 10:00, 11:00 a. m., 12 Noon, 1:00, 3:00, 5:00, 7:00, 9:00 p. m., j g and last steamer 12:30 a. m. (midnight) | (V) Returning, Leave Tacoma for Seattle: , | (■] 7:15, 9:00, 10:00, 11:00 a. m., 12 Noon, 1:00,3:00, 5:00, 6:00, 7:00, 8:00, 9:00, 11:00 p. m. | 0 Take the steamer from Seattle, the safe and beautiful way, and enjoy the trip. 0 @ Lunches served on all steamers. All above rates include war tax. All steamers leave Seattle j g from Colman Dock, foot Marion Street. • I g Steamers and schedules subject to change without notice. j j Puget Sound Navigation Co. j 0 COLMAN DOCK MAIN 3993 | §ooooooooooooo*3oooooo 000000000000000000081 a . a , Statu* of the New York j Stock Exchange a a NOW YORK. June tl Trlrea were lr refular «t the openfnv of the Near York Btock eirhMi|» today l»rlo#s were Cru clble st 147 V%. up S. Cnlted H»ate« Hteet at 114% off t'nlon Parlflc at 111. off National Anallna at 71, up S. ('on •olldatad Gas at 10. up IM. Houthern Par If K* at 12 off 14 Cuba cane st IS. off \ General Motors at 24 up •% lloyal I»ut< h at 114%. up Vs. Headtnf al 14 S. up S C4»eerlMß of storks rontlntted Hfht up to the rlos" Hteel common mads a new hlfti for the day at 02%. New York Coffee and Sugar Quotations » ——— fK nrw TOKK. Jim. SI -fnff.e-- I*., 7 1110. 14 ft 14 Hc pi-r lb; No. 4 M.n10., li ' u2l V 4« per Ih. Huvar its w, il slr per lb. v ran ula tad. 23 *t 24< per lb. Foreign Exchange a a NKW TIiRR. June SO- Pemand ster linn asa off 1« st the opsnln* ».f fornlirn eiihame tradliiß tmlay Merlin* waa 13 14'* franra lSl7e, off R reiitlmea, lire. 14 17c. off 10 eentlmea; marks. 2 43r, Canadian dollars, 17.71 c. HI —— X Chicago Grain Market CKICAOO, Jun. ll.—Th. rrnln m.rliet rlo.pd w*>.k on Ih. I'hl'.co llo.ril of Trad, today on dull trading July rorn op.n.tl nt II down Hp, anrl . lo.ed ttt II 7»(4. down ISf, July out. .1 II 04 km He low.r at th. open* li.k and '!o,.d at II 01 >4 down Itc. Frovlalnn. w.r. a.n.rally low.r. COPENHAGEN, June 29.—A mes ante from Conatiintlnopl. toduy mild Muatpha K<mel Paaha, Turklah n« tlonullat leader, has rellnqulahed command of the Turklah forcea and Unit Iwled J'aaha had succeeded him. • »■1 ■ B HANK CI.KARINUH Seattle < leartnca (4l,01)|,0All.fl,1 I llaijuirea 1,530^:<8.64 Spokaike [ C'learliiKa I,S*Ml* 00 Italanr.a 394,85.1 00 I Tides in Seattle Tl KHfIAT I4KI»MO4DAY mm: :» .ii m; to riret lltsh llde first ll»*h Tide : 14 a m.. 1o : ft 2 r.4 a m . it' 4 ft I I rat law I lde llrat I **w Tide I4la. m .•6 ft 1017 a. m OTft Vnmd High Tide ««>rond High Tide fc .0 p m . 11 oft k*2 p m ill ft Mai t»nd laa I'lde Hrmnd Uw Tide II 20 pm; 7 2 ft. 1101 pm.7 Ifu Seattle Arrivals and | Departures t : a Arrive! June SO-—Ht r Kaatern Rsporter from Kobe at 4 SO a. m.; str Hanta Ana from Houtheaatern Aleaka at 9 a. m . atr Pro taallaus from llonirUoriß via Vladlvoatok and Vancouver. |«. C . at M 0 a. m . atr <*lty of H»*atil<> from H«>ut|ieaslern AlaaUa at 4 a m motor schr Wakena from Vic toria, B C . at I; .0 a m June 34 Mr Admiral Parraaut from Han I Mego vis Han PranckM o at i 4.'» p m.; atr Alameda from Tacoma st 4 30 p. m , str I'anaa from Taroma at 1 25 p. in . sir Fultou from Vancouvet, U C . at 1:16 p. in. , Hailed June 24 Htr Krdundo for Rotitheaatero Alaaka at 4 10 |» m., str HkMKway for Anchorage via M«.uthwestern and tkiuth raetarn Alaaka at i p. iu. *— Vessels in Other Ports i s a Han Francisco— Arrived June SI Motor schr Halcatia from Vancouver, It C. Arrived Juna 31. Htr Governor from He - attle via Victoria, It. c. at 4 p m. Hall»«d Juna 24 Htr Admiral Dewey for Han Diego at 11 a n» . atr Atlinlral S«- hrea for Vancouver. H C . via ItelllnK ham at 7 p. in.; str Ban Diego for Hcat tle at 7 p in. Point Wells Arrived June SI Htr Hor ace X Itaiter from Han Francisco. Hailed Juna 39 Htr Horace X. Paster for Beat* tie Kagle Harbor— Ballad June SI. Btr lde ho for Kverett Kverett Arrived Juna SI: Btr Idaho from K»trie Hnrhor. Tacoma Sailed June SI: Htr Psnea for Heal tie, str Phyllla for Brattle. Jawn D. Will Be Hopping Mad Now John D. Rockpfc»U«r Knnahtvl hi* to«th Tuesday when he wita inform e<l by apecial telegraph of the theft of 25 gallon* of gaftolina from the garuge of A. C. Ciooi ig, 40H 17th a vs. N., last nl*hf Vetieli in Port at Seattle Today * • Hmlth Co*a terminal—Btr City of Bpo -1 kar.e Oreat Northern pier—Btr Kaahlma Maru, atr Toyohaahl Maru. Pier 14—Str Fulton, atr Proteallaua. i Pier 13-Mltr Henrn Hell at.'terminal - Btr Alameda Pier I Ktr l>ellght. Pier 1 Btr Hanta Ana. Pacific Coaat Knginearlng works—Btr • I«ake Filbert. f*ler I> -Btr Admiral Farragut. Htacy at terminal—U 8 8 Hurttalda lander aL terminal—Motor achr Wakena. Im Waterway terminal Htr Deuel. atr Weat laon, atr Eaatern Exporter. Amea yarda—Btr Rooaevelt. Todd drydooka- Btr Kaetern Importer, atr Provldetula. atr TMablo. Btandard on dork —Btr Anyo*. • leneral Petroleum dock Htr Panaa. Uk« I'nlon-- Hulla Bnoqualmle. HioKton, , Lenta. Kndymlon. Fort Ja< kaon. Ad- 1 dtaon. tloughton. Boweamont. Bourne villa. Allr*<hurat. Abllia. Adrla. ("a praria. Kleatra. Oal win. Abydoa. Arca demla. Aradetnta, Peiuta. Black Wolf, . Bloktand. Itaidne. Blaoford, Agron. | Anthon. Fort Harrlaon. Fort Blanwl*. , lmufka. Klton, Lootl. Dionr, Cagacan, [ t'oxtan, Oneyraa, Cardla. Kltaaa, achra Henry WI laon, Halvator. Alloa. Puget Houtid Bridge * Dredging works— U 8 8 Patteraoti. Heffernan drydook--Btr Fred Baxter. Sttinaon «rtlll—Btr fartona. Btream—Brhr Blaatlnd. atr Lake Flynua NAVY BHORK STATION, elected by the harbor department of the city, at the foot of Washington St., will, he formally opened for use next Sat urday, according to an announcement made by Tort Warden Fred JVI. i Lathe. t> o mou* leavea Oolman dork 7 fl a nv dally (exr. pt Montftf). Him I daya lam, railing at all Ban Juan I ialand potnta and arriving Belling* ■ ham 1:4 & p m. ■ CaHa at Hlrhardaon, Friday liar I bor. Anacortea earh day Weat I Hound. Orraa. Tueaday. Thuraday. I Haturday; Kaat Hound. Olga. Wad- I eaday, Friday. Bunday. I BMHaMnli PAGE 15 Are jo« reading —*—ntf «f m Bride."' In The Hoattle Mar? ft |a Iha m.M»t fascinating, Illuminating f r'tin tlon of the derelnpnteat af a modem woman'« aoul. told In an Intonaeiy later eating alory ft»rm, that yoa could mi Yet yon can't find II In any library ar book More. You rauat be a rtaila af The Mar to get It. ' BOATS HAVE COLMAM DOCK I 7. ». 11 A. 1, S. k. 7. •r. M. 1 KYKRY DAY. Tka knl 4*4 I i chrmprmt wajr «• g« I t C anadiinPacific To Victoria and Vancomr, B.C. "Prior**." Mtoanifthlpo I.Mvt Nrattla < ilONdlan I'arlflr Dork Wor 1, Font of Vr»lrr Wlj t"" IJaatUa j» »0 a. m l Dally Arrlra (Victoria. .... I Hp. m Dally 1"" [Victor!* li lt p. m. Dally Arriva IVanrouvr. <•:«» pra IDally miusTT mkrvick daily L*«v* |H»»tll. jll ]« p m Arrlvt 'Vancouver ... * no «. ml Sp»cl*l Vancouver UUnil Tralns thannontin knyal Train nKitvirt "THK TKANH-CANAIIA LIMITKD" *:00 p. m. I tally front Yanroutar Honra to Montreal HI Haura to Toronto ii. ni. Dully f,„ Toronto. 1:43 p. m. Dally for >llniirapctll. «afl NI. Taul. Tlimuch Morprr to Chl raffo. *''» " m Dolly for Moatroal. TIIROTUR VKMTIIIII JU> TRAIN* DIRKt'T C'ONMCCTION KOR ALL CANADIAN AND CKNTRAL, KAMTKRN AND MOITHIRM I NITKD HTATBtt |-QINY>. CITV TM RICT OrrtCßi •M Hinal Am, Itan Mala MBA k. r. l. nrvmomm. Qawi Mmm.