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JULY SALE —nines selected at random tram the house-furnishing department aluminum double boiler reduced— V .^yr f1.98 rtiut«r prlrr M.MI •—-#*tra hc**y aluminum (!«#• W* J ' S«: •prcial for tilt* JVt.T lALK, fl •*. EXTRA SPECIAL far this JULY SALE- Mtr - qi'A/1 JCerr tabular mII-mI'U MJ, jf fruit laotlon Is call'd t« (Us garbage can priced Die above cost— Q malar »rt« HS* —lt - Inch «al vaniifd |irb*ft ran, mad* t« *!»• )nng fartory aarviaa: rtialar prior t* »•: »pwlal fir iht* Jt I.V HAI.R. nmsnal saving on (Ms COLD BLAST tee chest milk *»t- !!>»•• hot »Minm»r <fav»; jtrn'tina aoiid nak car*—-a pae iat for tbia JULY HKI.K. rr(ular aai» prtra priir Km iw 114 71 SM.7S No. IU. 01* 7t 01H.7H Ko iU i:7 i 4 92a.7ft I EXTRA SPECIAL grass hooks greatly reduced —4mp>iH «. .1 IIMI Mark » n . I >4 haiKli*. o»f«-« ; r.rul.r »rl«» >•»; •(.<>< a i j or thi. im MUC 39c "Yon Credit is Good" tf JULY SALE PRICES— STANDARD FURNITURE CO. I WANTED I Several bright l>oys, alx>ut 13 or 14 I years old, to carry papers. A number I of our carriers are going away for the I summer and this is the time to secure I' «a good route. Routes open in differ ■ ent parts of the city. I Apply to , I Seattle Star I Circulation Department I 1307 Seventh Ave. -M -/i ! five days more of this big sale! , -next Saturday ends this JULY SALE, the most successful sale ive have held! —the wonderful values have brought thousands of thrifty homefurnishers here during the past week — particularly newly weds and small home outfitters whose savings through buying at the JULY SALE have been great indeed! —we cannot emphasize too strongly the tremendous advantage of supplying your homefurnishing needs this week —as the JULY SALE prices are on the most wanted and necessary articles for the home. % —of particular and special interest is the striking, decidedly strong reductions on seasonable articles! —come in one of these five remain- . ing days and see how good your credit is and the wonderful values waiting for you ! * f ~ \ r ■ - ■ 1 1 > "Your Credit is Good" TAKE A YEAR ■ at JULY SALE prices! MkUfK\ ™ mm 10 PAY - is worthy your careful —this store's credit service consideration; one of the >» arranged to suit your great many advantage. "i' ctl,: •, sma ". monthly Krtrt \WV# or weekly payment on you can enjoy through \V(f|T|T| HJf your purchase and the this great homcfumish- balance as you can con ing store! veniently pay! L. J THAIIK .MARK STANDARD FURNITURE CO. SEATTLE L SCHOENFELD & SONS TACOMA HCCOND AVB. AT m insu 1M . BrHOKNKKLD A HONS FINK ST. 101 II »>uth 11!>• Hi. MITCHELL PALMER Mitchell Palmar wo* born at SlrAurtiiliiirn, Pa., May i, 1*72, of Qiiakar paranta*# He attended pub Mr »chool« and prepared for college nt the Moravian l'ttrnclila] school He entered Hwirthmore college In j 1887 and graduated In 1891 with the j hlKhent honor* In hi* clan*. Palmer then became official *ten oxrapher of the dlntrlct court and heitan fhe etudv of law He wa« admitted to the bar In 1893 ind en ; tered n law partnership with John It Htorm Filtered Politics Palmer'* flrxt entry Into politic* >wa* In 1912. when he became a <|e|e »hlp«i loiKK from I'ennnylvanla to fhe democratic n;itlonal convention In' Kultlmore and than chairman of i the national campaign commit tea The flrxt election of Calmer to ! conxree* wsa In 1909, arid he broke | tha rule of rotation In hla dlotrlrt which directed the election of a naw man each term, being reelected for | the next two term*. Henaure of hi* irtron* rapport of Wllaon In the convention whleh nominated him. even In »plte of the offer* of of her candidate*, when President WINon took c It |* „ n open aeiiet that he offered I'ulmer ; the po«t of aecretary of war, Palmer, belnf a Quaker, declined •he honor. I„it»r he wh* ap|K>lnted I . ' ■' 1 ■ i '' - ■ ■ '■■■ " i Columbia Colo, the new Ain< % i kjiii j b«r.r.—Ad" THE SEATTLE STAR and mmmlMlontHl Judg* of the t'nlt ed Btate« court of claim* and refu*«d thl* slim. He retired to private life. holdln«r only the offlc* of dlctrlct chairman of ii draft hoard until appointed by I'renldent Wllaon to be custodian of alien enemy property during the war. Palmer wa* made attorney general to guarded Attorney General Greg ory* reaigned. March f», 1 :»!!#. In tlie Public ftj »• Almoftt immediately he leaped Into public notice rtnd occupied more of the N|Mitlij(ht than perhapm any other cabinet member for many month*, due to bin activity with the anti-profiteering lawn and the de portation of perron* accuaed of dia loyalty. Palmer married Mihi Roberta Hart lett iMxon, daughter of Robert B Dixon, of Kaaton, Md. In 1898. and hu* one daughter, Mary I>lxon Palmer. • More Than 5,000 at North End Show The North Knd flower allow at Hith Ml and t Greenwood ave cloacd Huturday night after ti two-day Bee nlon. The ehow whh aueccagful far hi'vond the cxpeotiitloni of those who planned It, and It la estimated thut there were in utUndancß inuiv Uian 5,000 vialtoir 24 PRISONERS ESCAPE CELLS Knock Jailer Unconscious and Walk Out INDIANAPOLIS. July r> Twenty four prlaonera Mc.iped from the county Jail here early today by nw Inn out two burn. Mix of them wm recaptured Af r er laying the Jailer unronM<*iouM oir the floor with an Iron bar. the -'4 primmer* walked leisurely out. They obtained kf>*H from the tailor * pocket and opened'every door. Mr». Hemrich, Jr., I» Decreed $lOO,OOO Mra. Freda Welffenbach Hemrich will get more than »100,000 on her ■diare of the entate of thel utn Ail drew Hemrich, according to h de cision handed down Saturday hy Su perior Judge J T Ronald Mm. HNT)rich win hf-ld to be the devlac* under her htmbntid, carl Frederick Hemrich, who died before lie reached the a«e of :'IS, at which time he whh to obtain hia portion of hla father's $700,000 cMtate. The | nlteil .Stale* has liad 14 White Houae brlden. OnKimhkl 0010 la better.—Adv. Cast Your Eye on Spy in the Snooping 'Round Lil' 01' Earth Hplea fmm another world-H* l*»atlai eniliumrlaa may walk Karth. planning the daatmctlon of man. thn annihilation of his civilisation and th« annexation of Mm glob*! The pondrroua ekyahipn of rival world* have aallM the air of Karth. »nd, even fr-.*veriM«d km n«~aa. any a !•'«>rT author of the "flook of th«» Dsmnod " What la mora probable thru than that they have ««*nt Invention tor* her# to work and watch and plan •tgnlnat the time when invaalon aMI tiikf place? NO p| KI OSK KXCEPT TO COM-'IHK MCICNTIHTH Kort preaenta no argument. h*a no propaganda and » Umui no pur po»* hut the corf union of arlenr* In S<M> page* he aeta forth the alleged (m< in of alleged phenomena that ecU •net, he hold*. baa orvtr a.t Uafu< torlly explained Tha** are th* "dimnwl fart* " Th«-y urn (UmnH" beoi u»e they ar« fidudH by ectence. Kort makMi them march In a flr*»le' parole, up and down and aJI around, and ever y f' «- t « h*llenge M »*-i«nc« to ex plain Tf«re have % tn. myn Fort, ani offnrw the datea and arcounta of reputable ertentlOc jourOAb*- - » from lh» •*r of Hon* fmn, 1 rm. I>ioo4, oil. ntHAi. bird*. atrantfa pltrtd and uni4«K(lfl*4 lllnc* »hMU4 <b«r(ai>«f lumin»M ft/o. »rt« t>r mariner® at ft l>«rk Mi** •mall world! or mat nlfltfcni rvlMiill tra»aport.» H*»in Ik* iuii an 1 U>a *arth and tha oarta and tha mnon • mar*mi* mad* o« »b« e*>e fa'• of the *arth and r»ri«»ua inaik* on iiobm that h«T« fan* a. Hcienc* h*a blithely explained th' ■♦trangn ~falla" with lla axiom—all ' that romea down muat have go ne ! up. It ha* aaid that If atonea actu ally fall thty muat have barn car rted Into tha air by a volcano or a .-yclona •11 \IJ.! TINATIOV—THAT* MCIKNTIKIO KOR TIP* DRKAM" Of tha myiirrMi and lumlnoua ihap«-a that aallora report acholara ha*a »*i<J art* "optical h«ilt><in*iion," which la a arholar'a way of aayln*— pip* l dronma." N'vrrthelwia —th» r»porta bav* hwn mnite by Irurt worthy raptaJna and th»tr rrrwa But on tha "dark ahapea b*t*wn tha aun" matter. Kort rathrr Dtkki'* hla oppon«t)ta. Aatrono mora hava iwn auch *hap<-a and pr-nderrd and wond<rrd and flnaiiy «lv«-n It up " 80 —F"ort »umm»r)w»- It la rajriT to b*!l«-v« than it la not to that— Oraat wartd* roma rloa* ta aura l#*li»!hini «f »th*r f«rrrln| •».'1 hug* fratffHt hav« mIU4 within our nmMphrr* . a a fl»M» of tha uppor Mri<« and thalr fvjrl and th» mnt*nt« of thalr pan trl*« <tumf»<l on #arih nr a»»m» un*iplaifi»d th» In h»Nt«nti of annihrr plan*! ronlrlT»d to mark our earth with YOUR TEETH X-RAYED FREE w ' V -'""J B IX. U IL Clarfc each morninsr between the hours of 9 and 10:30. No cost or obligation whatever. We have a fine, brand new X-Ray Machine which we are placing: at your dis posal without charge be tween the hours mentioned atove. Please come as early in the morning as possible. REGAL DEATAL OFFICES Dr. La IL Clark, Muupr Ml THIRD AVKNI'K Norfbweet Corner Third Avenue and llnlea Slmi Diagonally Acroaa tlie Street (rem Uta Peal office Attendant* ea Duty at Al Ttmaa JACK KNOCKS "GEORGES" OUT It's all'over but the shouting! "Dempsey" has knocked "Carpentier" for a ten-count. That is to say, the Tauger twins, Thomas and Jack, posing as the two heavyweight champs, pulled the trick during the annual "June walk" of the Thomas A. Williams Democratic club of the ninth assem bly district, New York. Best Gold Crowns $5.00 Regular $l5 Plate Special at $lO.OO This shows what we are doing to help bring down the high cost of living:. The very best of workmanship and ma terials, of course; also our guarantee of absolute satisfaction. FREE EXAMINATION * We will examine your teeth and con sult with you about them without cost or obligation on your part. THE NATIONAL DENTISTS Northwest Corner Third and Pike SL Right Across Pike St. from New Fahey-Brockmaa , Store—Look for Big Electric Sign voktut. ttt.t n. ir*« 1 "cup m»rV«~ Mil firing* MaroflrT l **- t>i on rock#- not for our Mlflfttlwa. bul for th« Instruction of th'lr aplM Irft bare by tho «rt«t akyibip*. !leß»rdleaii of whether Kort can convince u( of th« truth of hi* b» Uef» of the meanings of thing*' th * "Hook of tl* Damned" doe* make one mop to wonder If wrlenre really read* the language of Bartli happen inKn accurately.