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Mvchants Report Very Close Buy ing turn'* nr"-I fa Mar* la % Aan Hi Faapto At* Claaafy at CHIMfHHw nen - IM^enVar Dariag tha days of war boom Inttli marchanU raported that It WW4 noce»«ary to mark good* Mgk in order to cat peopla to bey, They ware not looking for than, rather they aram «f to want a chance to apand Itat that spirit l»aa passed Scat Ma iwtiinta today aJmoet uaanl aamtr report that customer* are Mttv (ar- % chance to tava on mmn dollar tbry upend and they «• aspaetlnc to sat goods (or ■Mil laaa tha* they paid durln« raaent year* » . Some etorea are toeing buelnaaa a* a oonaequerce, but there la at loaat one etore where tha oppoelte la tfua. Tha Red Front Cloth UK Wore at IMI-oa First Avanne la Mr doing a buatneaa that le aaaata*. considering that general bwfaaas la somewhat slowed down Ip lMa cUy. Bet the Red front la In a P»' Mtfaa to take advantage of tha net that people ara looking for hlfnalM. Instead Of buying their ■narstMadUe from manufacturers [and Jahbars aa moat of the etorea Ma, tha Bod Front buys up bank Ml stacks, closed out stacks end Mska ap at snap prleee goods In Maris where tha proprietor (ail* Hi any way to maka good. In (Ma way tha Red Front secures Boftoa tha finest kind of mar Has at prices away below their competitors have to Shy tor the same elaaa of goods Tha rasult la seen In the sailing prtta wbleh tha Red Front la able la aak thatr customers. Often | MmS aaO alathaa. shoes and under j asaaa ta tha public at laaa price MM athar stores pay to the «*flaaaier. Haturally thla attracts HMMIaa ta the Rod Front and MMT are doing a tremendous bual- IMaa. la fact, many of the smaller HMMhaets have laamad that Red MhM retail prices are laes than ralMlaaal* costs and they take ad- I vantage af tha opportunity to [ataah up for laaa. aow tha Rad Front la eltm l|iS out two atoeka of fine mar [akaMlae. One la tha famous John HJSSh stock aad another la a Maah aacured from the *l. S. [Matta store of Fort land If you Iwaat to aae merchandise of the [wary finest quality sold for lass Mfcaa you would believe poaslble MP Ma tha Rad Front whan tha [iSta atari* Wednesday. Tha stors Iwtt ha easily recognised by the Mg slews that will attraat your HHMeCMi at tha corner of First GIRL'S SLAYER ISSOUOMtt Coffee Houses Searched for Pitchfork Murderer A continued March la heln* made Tueaday by Saattla polio* and Klnc aounty deputy iherlff* of ftaattle Milif houaea and Oraak toffee bouaea for iamea Bphyridla. wanted (or tha killing of Mary Jane Pap pas. It, granddaughter of A. I 1 Pappaa. an tha tottar'a Maroar tela ad tana toat Saturday. The HilhorlUo. after aa exhaust Ive search *of the Inland, ara con vlneed that the murderer la off tha taland and la In biding aoatewfcare In loattla Tba rowboata an tha Island were rarafutly checked lata Monday and apparently all hava baan kwa[ad. It ia believed that Bphyrldle creased to tha city on ona of tke regular farrtaa before tha alarm had baan given. "IT WAS A LUCKY DAY FOR ME, V SAYS TACOMA WOMAN Mra. Kiatler DetlarM Since Taking Tanlac She Feels Like a New Peraoa "1 will always bless tha day I be gan taking Tnnlac, for In all the years of my life I have never found any medicine equal to It," said Mrs. Mary Klstler, of tM7 Mouth Thomp son Avenue, Tacoma, Wash., recent ly "My stomach has bean troubling me for the past four years, and for the past tbree years I suffered agonies from rheumatism In the muscles of my lower llmba. I lout my appetite almost entirely and what I did eat seamed to do me very little good I couldn't eat meat or vege tables, and anything at all grainy would upset me completely. After nearly every meal gas would press agalnit my heart and lungs, make me mlaeruble for hours and cause such palpitation and shortness of breath I really thought my heart was affected. But my worst sufferings were from rheumatism, for my musclea felt like they were tied In knol.. and much of the time I was hardly able to walk. I was nervoui and restless and racked with pain. I often lay awake nearly all night I | had very bad headaches, and finally got to lie vary despondent about my condition. "It was a hicky day for me whan I begun taking Tanlac, for I aaw an Improvement almoat Immediately. My appetite picked up wonderfully and my stomach misery quit trou bling me. 1 can now eat heartily of just anything I want and never have a touch of Indigestion. My rheuma- I Ism baa eased up, my nerves hava quieted and I now sleep wall at night. I have gained back tha weight I lost, and hava so much strength and en ergy I now do my housework with ease. In (act, I feel like a new per son. and 1 never expect to be with out Tanlac." Tanlac la sold In Reattle by Bartell Drug Htores under the personal di rection gt • nyeoUi Taalav repreaen tati—k HERE'S MORE ABOUT fctprti aaat a* living. We ara headlnn taw n#d rata." "They told my father and mr •ranMathav U»a< If thalr alavr. wore takra away. thrv'4 be nttaixt." auld lt»»r—launva Mac. -Can't tha wMte man 4a In the future what ha haa done In the , iMw«t ■*" nkod Ueproeenhitlve Itaker "All I aot lo aay," Trmtw aald. "la that tha kalaer haa raleed hall with tha world " CIT* KKKMN TO HK KI N RV JAM | V>a (Uwaaalon between Trrraee,, 'and aietnbera of tha eoiamlttee an dad la a apaarh by Terraaa an tha lack of j later <*• tha (arm aad the grave *> o . aoialr prtdilria remittitur ! "IHJ y»u believe that nny yruna l whit* aaaa ar woman ara deprived of work by tha JapauaacT' Baked Jtepie . aentatlve Raker. | "*•,« aald Terraea. I "Wall." aald Kepreaentatlve Rak jar. "Lhia morning iba aar^tant at ormi and I aaw two young women cuni to writ* poatala. They ec i plalnad to ua that they ware arhool i teaeierra who arara aa«petled la laave NeatOe They bad triad la rind po altlona hare They aald to ua. "IVe Hint find poalttana Thla city aaama lo he run by tba Japa.'" Tan Jaat aa aoarad of the Jape neaa aa y*» ara." aald Tat lama at one Juncture, "If ttie fmeat haa «ot to aurvlva, I'm afraid they'd beat ua." Frank W Holt. Voanty aawMar. tald Uar iummMtea that In ally BatchharhoMla where Jape eater Ilia : property decreaaea one third In value. "1 hare any number of complaint* II my oflk» from (Mil farmer*. H ■M Hull, "who *»r thai IWy (MMt .ompete wtlb lb* Japaneae Tha A marl ran (kTTMr'a alia aad cklMrni will mi |f ap at 4 a'ctork Ml lb* nwrnMf and pull wandf. Tha prac- Uca at leaning to Japtaaaa praaeata ■ any backta-tha-fkrai Bwiiwit j European*. eyen tha hard worldn*. fruanl Mrandlnavlan* or Itallana. . annul roanpete with Iba Japanear " Hall raptolw* lhal Lkr lupine •Ml pari ton of praparty kr Jipuwi thra "Ammha" la m aril ia>«rrf up Itot M to ■ tonal Imp ■ ii lift |« lm» Iba oninf •hip. IAIMI mNDARD IK I4W. UK HAVH "Tha aUidarf of living, of tha Japanea* la vary nurh lowar than lha avara#a Amartou farmer'*." ■aid Hlrrvia, "Md lower thaA thai of Karapaana" Hirvana laatlftad that for II yearn he hk<l haan a mnltary In "parlor •"Tha majority of lapaaa** farm toaawaa." ha aaM. "M I aire Ml a maaa af amhaafr rtoa to hlchar aliaMa aa Itof "ltow iwi *•* »lwni< iapa. neaa rlaarlny aft toad and adding to tha 4a**lop«a*at of lha laitfyT —■ Rakar. "Now" mid Stay Ma. Tk> yon think that tha Inww at Japaan ha* baoafltod tbto cm» m+«rr a*a< Mar. THMR "No." Dlevaaa replied U E Haeba. ea lea man for Ar mour A O, taatlflad In fbvor af tha Japaneae aa bualnaa* paopla "I haw aatd |l.*O«.OM worth af roada to Aaiattca la thia r*g\<m ■tore IHi," ha laitHW. "and my firm baa never I oat a nickel." llnhart C Rauadera. t'nltad Malaa dtotrtct attorney for tha Waatara dlartrlct of Waahlnirtpn, praaentad to the commute* data nwardln* rrlmea hy Japaneae. •Thirtr-tw* Japa Kara bian con victed of illatllllna in rlolatlon of tha prohibition towa," aaM Handera, "and thraa for attamptlaur to bribe immigration official* Thraa flmirea I computod at tha raquaat of tha Japanaaa Aawlatinn of Aoiarlca. Thla aaaorlation of fered to aid In auppreaaimt atirh violation*." Ft BI.IMH NAMKA OF VIUUTOIW This association. Manders at plained, publishes the names, in Japanese papers, of convicted Jap an aae. Menders estimated tha total num liar of convict lons for violations of the prohibition laws In tha past year at lietwaen 100 and 400. The Itoaring adjourned at noon to meet In Tu< oma and will ha re sumed In Heatlla Thursday morn lag- Immigration authorttlaa ara an able to check the Illegal flow of un daolrablea over the border Into the I'nlted HUii*. and forcaa here muat he relnforoed, according to tha taatl mony of Immigration Commissioner Henry M. White. , 'There la no way of successfully rounding up the Japanese who desalt from ships here," he aaid That certlflcatee of arrival ara val uable aide In seeking out Illegal Jap realdrnta, and should be retalnad In any new immigration laws, waa agreed b» White, John Hpaed Smith, chief neutralisation officer, and his usslxtiint, (I. W. Tyler. Japanese egert wide Influence, even In city legislation, according to taatl mony of Philip Tlndall. city councilman. HOW JAM HKM*Kf> KIM, OAKftAftF. fill.l, "I obwrvnl their method* of op posing the ktliukc bIM recently In troduced In the council," he wild "The Japs opposed It. They employ ed white men aa their repreeenta. Uvea, Who appeared ta fight the bill." Tlndall aulmiltted figures assem bled by city fire departnfrnt Inveatl. (Tutor*, who have Hated 1,442 Japan ese in tmslnees In He*tt|e. These figure* ahowed that there •re »l Jap grocers in iteattlo. The Japanese figure* submitted to the cfirifrrraameu llated only 19 Japanese grocers. Japs have entered (ft different business fields h»re, the firemen's re port showed, Including 23 stores I alone. That feeling against Japanese colo nization has reached a "dangerous siuge" was the opinion pf MaJ. E. H 'llll, candidate for congress, and former credit manager for the Seat tle Produce association. * , "The great majority of our peo ple," he suld. "are satisfied that the two races cannot ml*, and that there should tie restrictive measures. If (he situation la not adjusted now, ad justment will come later under more itarloua conditions." I I lit estimated that Japs control 111 THE SEATTLE STAR STARTS ON PAGE ONE irMNy at area, ae SI par eent at tha field. "White «•*> eaaaot meet thla nam patman." be mid. "kaaasae the Japa generally H«« Is tha kaek mom mt thatr atara. aad farce tfca whole faaa lly la wmk." Romm Kx-mQRVM» NUN or THKIK JOBS 11 irw Jaiianeee robbed eg eervice man of their )at<e. while the Aroorl mae wore flghUna In Sfeaopa, waa outllnetl by t'ol. William Inglla, di rector of the VetaraiW Welfare <-«a»- mlaalon Saattle man Joined Uw 00l ore aad returned to find Japa In tranidied la their old )ot>a aa hotel ' operalora. akauffeura. «ne chanlca. mill workara. reetaurant em ployee and Cartn workers. Jape hava niethode af etilnlalng ample money, he aaM. to enter flrtdei ctoaed to the aevraire American Col i laglia laid haw ha had lilisaeU bean In the hotel huelneag before getng to war, and returned to find leaeea bought up. and lea ae a peculation forcing hotel aad rooming houae propertlea beyond the reach of tha ( Am*rl«-an trained In that field. MATTIIKWrf riIOTKI A rVUUNO WtTNKM Or. Mark A. Matthew*, paator af Flnrt rreahyterlan rhurrh. proved rather a puaaUng wltneaa la the ta re* ligatorm. la answering ssaatlaoa he sb>ee|. cd to the phraMng of the congreaa mrn. On one on-aelon he declared > that It la "pejrrfcnlogtrally aad phyid-l etagtrally tmpsaaihla lo emtmilata ike Japa area by Intermarriage." and en another ooamrton aald ha waa "net In favor of excluelon.** "What do you auggeet that dor aeked a cwngreanmaa. "I don't know," replied the par mm. that la your hwekiaaa thai la why you are la congreee I wl«h 1 could a newer the qnaotloo far you." TIOI/m'SACK AMERICAN SOU) IT TO HIM" guaationad conceralng Japa nam penetration af coaepatlttve flalda. tha doctor aald: "If you object lo a Japan*** tak ing over a fruit at and ar a hotel or any other buainnaa. remember, noma telle**-heefc AavHi-an eold M ta him. I am iwavlntod they, havea't taken over aa much aa the paper* hava Mated " Or Matthewa than brougtrt up tha l>olnt that the elate lawa permit for eigner* to hold property thru Incor poration of holding lompaniea. "If H wti rtaf uilmM that they • houkl hokt property In soma form, •"hy was »Urta ■ fixtl law r lif-f* by the iagi»iatur*T" he aak«d. Or Matthew* kept inalaUag that the Japaneae queatlnn "could not be handled tkm elate pr*>odlce " "Whenever I have gone before Iha departaiama at WuMn|i«n In rrfrf. aoee U tk« Oriental matters." ha aald. 1 kin n«U«l prompt and r+mtUmm traaUarnt. aod rwill* /ol lowad." JAM moiIDVT BE "AJU'HtD BY AOfTATIOV Ho iMtatod that tha rumii "na tional omklwm la highly develop •f Mdhr twtla. "baddled" In car tain eectleae af tha UaNed Stat*. •hould not ba "ibuMd by agitation." WMa ikt Mai Mai im turned to the Japan—e phiioeopby of |«rin»in<. Dr. Ma*th«wa aald that M "U ttnpoa. rthle far the Japan ana tfitnd ta tore prehend tha nwanlni of r*ptw>nl|. llvedVwvA-retlc mmmnt" Than ba want op to aay, "Jf yeti couM rhanira hla philosophical sense af government and In tha prorata of ymra make him see and be 11 arc and acrept our form of government. you could than naturaiUa him." "Do y»m believe that any nation al*. Including Oriental* and Afrlnana, admitted into this country during lha last 16 years. should have been excluded on- the theory that they cannot ba assimilated asked' Judge Raker, mntimimn from California "Taa." ;rpti«d Dr. Matthews. "byt I mi not going lo girt reasons ba ranaa It wonM take too long and I heve three other engagements thla afternoon." TKMTIMOKY OmXRD BV JM'ANKsK H-ra la tha rlat of taetlmony of fered by Japanese during the eon rlrf'ling hour* of Monday'* hearing D. Matauml, manager for M Kuruya Co.: Tha number of Japanrae In Washington atata advanced from Ml' to it.Oot Wtwaea IMO and III*. Today I bare are 14,401 Jape in thla atata. Idaho and Montana Of thla number X&.000 live In Wash- Ington. He could not atata how many Jap hahlea hava bean horn alnco 1117, but prior to that data 4.4 M Jap birth rartlflrataa were flla<l Japs operate 7« dairy farma In Washington. There are It Jap high school atudenta In Seattle, and 004 Japanese lp grade achoola. Ulna Mlluunol*. Amertcanhorn T. W. C. A. teacher: Testified nb« wmm employed to "Americanize Japaocaa ptf'U" brtdea" Dorothea Okajtm*. barn In Omaha: I tar la red aha oh "proud of being • citizen of Iha United State*." Hide Kohayaehl, unlverattjr stu dent: Told Inreetlgatora Ha ftld not "want to ratum to Japan," but waatad to hacome an American. tirhl latitat Buaty Cm Eialy k« Yuri There l« no aecret abou( It nor In there any doubt about the result* It'a Juat common, ordinary butter milk In tha form of a wonderful cream. Tha direction* ara almple and It e,o*t* ao little that any girl or woman can afford It. B« euro you gat • Howard's Buttermilk Ctmoi Owl Vrug Co. COAL STRIKE IS TYING IIP WORK Paralysis of Industries Is Predicted 'CHICAGO. Julr 17.—Starving for •Ml. the nation* Jnduetrlee will lapae Into unconecjouaneae l»(nrt another 10 day* of unauthorised etrlkea of ooaJ minora, K C Saarlea, preaktent of the Illtmde Coal Operator*' aa eoclatlun, unreeervedly predicted to day Coal aatborltlee thraout tha Middle Weet today ae'iuleeoed In th/ opinion Ilia t llllnota, Indiana *r.d Kanaaa etrlkea threaten "moat aerloua allua (Ion" tha country •">* faocd Indue trially. Itoporta early todat Indicated the fctrlke wu a|>rradlni( Kurthrr do. faction* In Indiana and Kanaaa tnlnaa tree* reported riMHii rrio> in HMUOI M.V CUT "Tha available eupply rangaa from two daya to II day a." Saarlee aaid i re day "RaJlr<«4a and aefn* puMle utiliilca hava tha targret auppMaa. "Car Sborlag* and traneportatlo* tanglaa ha** prevented anyone lay in# la th» 2 largo atorka uaually prepared for winter. Tha .ear aup ply has curt >jlad production " I'M ilea aal'l ha ha Id little liopa fed eral rwoctllalnra. prajxirln* to open Hearings tn the Itllnoia flald today, would aaaacnpllah anything John 11. MWardle, vice chairman of the Indiana public ear vice com inlealun. today aald ,utllillee there have only a five-day eupply. POSSES HUNTING DEATH QUINTET Pendleton Fugitives Are Hiding in Ravine * mtDLKTOK. Ore . July 27 --Re warde totalling li.ooo were offered yaaterday by t'matllla county foe the capture, 'dead ar alive, of «*• men who kille-1 Sheriff T. D. Taylor in a Jallbreak here Sunday. Order* were laiil laat Vilght ta all paaaea engaged in the man hunt ta ■ boot lo kill. The fugltlvaa are known la ha arroad with twa high powered espreea nflea and nine re valvar*, which they alale from the aherlfra office. One af the all escaped raaa. Albert >lJadgr*n. wa* raptured yaaterday near the Ckyuaa atatioo. lie mads na raatatanca. The other five fugttlvee are report ed ta ha located la a ravine aMhg Mackay creek. A Large paaae ka# baas diapatchad ta tha vicinity. Harrison Mason for Legislature Haevteoa W. Mason. poMlaher of the Rain tar V allay T*wee. ha* filed aa rta»m lallc candidate for Mala r»pra aafttatlve froffc the 4let dlatrtrt Ha la eecrrtary of tha Toung Man a final MM club of Kalalar valley. chair man of tfueteea of tha LttovM Cltrtq Improvement club, member Of tha King county democratic canlral committee and Kin* county Drmo •-ratio club executive committor. Uaaon hu lived In Seattle JO years and I* a graduate of Seattle hl»h echool and an r«t'nlver»Ky of Wash in glim student Have lo S^rve Warrant by Ouija BAK niAJfCIBCO. July 2J—Tlrod of tha failure of dafendanti. chargad .with violating thef rtah fruit law, to appaar. Judg* Hamuola announced ha would taaue bench warrants. "WeU Issue a warrant for W. J. Pleasant firat," ha announced. "No mo do"* proteetad a Chinese fruit vendor In court. "Tau have gat trie gee to catrhee hllm. He been dead man long time." YOUR TEETH X-RAYED FREE Dr. L S CUrfc 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 we are placing your dis posal without charge be tween the hours men tioned above. Please come as early in the morning as possible. REOftL DENTAL OFFICES Dr. l> K. Clark, Manager 1405 THIRD AVHNtW Northweat Corner Third Avenue ■ltd Union HtrM Diagonally Armsa tha MLraat from the Poalofrir* Uir Attendant* an Duty at AH Tlmea TOKKHT Tfr« hotel—State-wide eeafer "f ittMrtn, called kr Jaapayera' liagua, of gaattle. to lecuec mean* of lowering lUU •x >«HM> SISS- 17th and M Jaffa ran*—Ten fraaiman John r. Millar U reaeee Young Man'* Habriw u aeclatlon tin 'M» Eiperlenraa |a Kun>pa an<l In the Trenrhae." WEDNESDAY -Labor Temple Weekly meat- I If* If of ('antral l«abor roun< 11. ' BIRTHS sandstrom elinor KL Luke's hoapl- J <•!, boy lilly Frank W. Sw*di»h hospital i bov. Fitch. D. W., Ml A tlth ave, girt rasmussen John W.. (11l H*v*ath av* S. girl. bensen george W, *|. Luke's hee pltai. boy. yasunga T. 1711* (eighth av* . girl sherrew gustav Hcatlle General hcapital, buy. fleiner herman 4129 llth ave. ■ Irl. Wilson Oaorfa W.. »17 llth ave.. lN>f, Hubbard. F. IS., IMI »7tfc ava. B. W, girl. blain Jnha f, flwadleh hospital. boy, wickstrin Carl H, Ml 7 llth ava. N . (Irl Jensen Joseph, IC, Till l«tk ave. N. W , boy, Martin .)..»eah W. Seattle OanaraJ hospital. girl • Melson. Mels, Saattle Oaneral h"«el tal, girl copestick parri W„ 1021 llth ava. N. K. boy. MARRIAGE'LICENSES Kama and Itaaidanra Age Phillips. John T. Hratila I.*gal mackenzie Helen M.. Seattle..Legal cooper John. Ethal. Wuh Legal menzel Clara. Bveratt. Weak..Legal Wagner, William X.. Vaacou var. 11. C Legal Walkar, Cora K., Vancouver, B C Legal schwartz Adam Seattle.... Legal Leenay, Ida L. Beattla Legal spencer Rhodes V.. Seattle.... Legal winsor helen St.. HeaMle Legal thomas Eddie J.. KaaUle Legal Van Meet tillie Seattle Legal Stafford Royle It. Granger. Waah II moffitt Marjorie l>, Nevada. *•" ...*. ' >1 piro henry Robert. Reattle... Legal powers loretta frances Heal «'• Legal Merrill. Jeha 11. Seattle. II Magee edith Haattle 21 douglass wesley Seattle II Magrew. Bessie H., Seattle..,., || Swetnam. George A., Spukaa _ Waah Legal rice claribel A.. Hpokane. *«•!> Legkl mcdonald Walter V . laaMuak, Weak Lagal lyne Arpha B. leaaoaak. Legal thomas john H. Saattle. ....Legal carlson hilma K. Seattle Legal thompson David. laaaquah. burr dorothy t<umaer, Waeh.Lagal barry. Merrick S. Seattle .... 41 Wood. May IC, Seattle Legal bIYORCEsTGRANTED knaggs Sadie, from John. stephenson arthur «l. from Ida I. buckley Florence, from Jeha Jamaa schraeder Mabel, from Henry. otis margaret from william harbican hazel from hiram DEATHS walker Ellen 44. |i# W. 40th. Riley Thomas. I»U> ava. gosuke a tsumi »®epltal watkins della M-. IL Klag Coaaty heapitaL hensen geraldine A, it «aye. 401 ■■ Mil ft Miller. JeMa C, fa. tut Harvard t». stokes elizabeth **■ 114 l4,l » •»*. melin anna K, 41. Seattle Qeaerel buapilal. U'MMM ktfl fa* ItTt la mm* to thalr liking. For This Last /) Week of July Lines All q r the Store «P / «OD Popular high-grade Pumps and Oxford* of many styles that.you gladly paid $l2 to $l5 for. They're now at the wonderful bargain price of $7.85. . 9 JULY FINAL $1.85 ON THE RACK Small Bizes and some large sizes in white reignskin Pumps and Boots. If your size is there you can buy several pairs at what one is worth, • • _ _ All our regular lines of Boots, . . _ Yah QaifA Pumps, Oxfords in all leath- dj O f-j*. d| C AOU UOlVv era and white reignskin are *P%J IU yu ■ I I ——— cut to ——— <57 QC SPECIAL! v I Men's Brown Oxfords that were $12.00 to $14.00, and Men's High Shoes that Jj*J I sold at $12.00 to $16.00 —the broken lines go at $7.85 and Jfy all our unbroken lines of Men's High-grade Shoes are going at prices d»7 OR fcl 1 fiC J ranging from.. V # *Ov to VI A .OO Baxter & Baxter Second Ave. TNT It Exploded} Workman If Killed DURANOO. Colo . July 17 —B»plo- ■ton of * hNvy rharga of TNT. by llghtmn, atrlklng It, in atantly killed Klrhard A. Lager, of Idall* Kpfingn, yesterday. lMg»r waa planing the charge at the Unn Creek ramp, as the Dunui- Ko-Mllvarton highway, when Ute atom cam* up. Marry Bowra. of Artec, ft. M . who *** paaatng by with a etrlng o£ mule*, eacaped Injury.* The touiea ware e|| klllwl. The Handg That Make It Pairdeaa JVi m m* • CONFIDENCE Thousands of people in Seattle and vicin ity have implicit confidence in this office. For years they have been coming here for their dental work. They have always been treated right—good work by expert dentists * —the best of materials—reasonable prices— and work guaranteed satisfactory. Why shouldn't they have confidence in this office under those conditions? They SHOULD, and they DO. You will feel the same way about the Boston Dental Company if you will give us a trial. FREE EXAMINATION We will gladly examine your teeth' and give you expert advice regarding them with out charge. TK BOSTON KRTAL COPMMY 1422 Second Avenue Opposite the Boa Marche tt'Eot>at. tttlt it. tnt. Teachers May Get Increased Wages HACK A M KNTO, Cal. July 2T.—A tt1.000.000 Incraaae In th« men* rolla of the county will provide sufficient mon»r to (Ira tMichera here a rata* without ln<-r«aaln* the Uui levy, city authorities eaid Ui<Uy. Motoa and poor phyaMane are naatly traced by the hojca Uiay leava In the ground. The man wha mrrtwh I* rongoer. Ing hla bad habits ia Indeed a con querlng hero.