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WEANS H&'BULLS' lon AMERICA Magnificent Opportunity to PGain New Markets and [ Friends Declared Open R§ ST HKRHKRT CORKY Bi'lW YORK. July ll.—"Th* cam Hm of European financiers who ■tally visited th* I'nlted State* Hit away bulls on America to Ibe la th* statement of Cohrln R. Kurt, of Washington, chief of th* RAanlaatlon eervice bureau of the Kmber of Commerce of the I). 8. ■■ who accompanied them on their HoNirirrNT opporttnity ■k markets open H*Yo« win leave to your grand. ■Una a greater heritage than your graadfaihere left to their chll- P*" Wm* th* statement of one MBfear of th* commission. in which w fitly gummed up th* Impression gt4a won the European hantera. 4 Mltlfletnl opportunity to gain gar markets and make frlrnda la fan |a Ike United Statea. You have ■tartwd upon a great game Your SWag depends upon the skill with rtitak yaa play your hand." Of Uw Mtarnatlonai altuatloo "Inif ana of the European ■Mtrtea lg 'nowtlng hack ' We are MM af that. We have every Miiir BBWaaary—raw materials. our tradea, a groat Wf heritage of courage and aelf ■MaMa. We know our people too rail ta doubt for a second that MaiMf, they win all be on th*lr Ml But tho a peed with which ra rafaln oar temporarily Inst laoa ta tha world will depend upon • ntoit ta which tha I'nlted It em urcoEMTED ramn loan MM MM MR««ted a fwrthor lonn I My JDuropean country by th* ■mUMgt Of the I'nlted Ktalea. KtW Mr. Brown. Not one neemed MB to think af auah a thing. They ■k ft far granted that whatever ■BNBctal aaatatiinco may be given Knia In tha futur* by U>* I'ntted ■Ma win ba thru loan* of?er*d ■ aradlcates of banker* with Ilia W af tha Aaarlcan Invest ing pub ■k hjr which thay may eerura the M BBalartala aad machinery th* ■NVMg c««ntiiaa nee-1 They ■H Ml taaatlop tha Amaiican a* II i» >M after having taaa Ameii [•■BM Bnanhara par ha pa doubted P» Aaagtoaa eocaprahanskw of tha ■MpVMje thai tha world altua aa* aafl tha world tha Dn ■M IM* tha world a aad a." aoma mk tarma aa to time a a p» aftaathold ta mark eta that bar* feMMwa haaa clooed to you. Or Plll***e aa you have to aoma ■pejfcßl l« tha past, raatnot BjWttrw ta yoar domestM mar ■Mß IBi laaa your chance." pumn PRonrcnoN mimmn ctaktijno IMatlty production of the Mataa waa almost *tartlinf P* l>"u. At Kanaaa City, Flori- PN' Hanfcar. director of the Ka- BM Sftnk of Belgium ana pnel af the Syndicated Havings ao- DM« «f that country, watched the HtawaUons In one of tha packing open eyea. He aw jli ■Nn * minute being killed/ ■|M chliled and placed In re ■Mparatar car* to be aent to aU the ■ _*T«e aaa hardly comprehend what Bpt* H*m (0 me." aaid he. "In Bel * H>» two men all day to kill ■taMMnaa » (Ingle steer We make a BT Al Oa Ferd plant In Detroit'they ■NT IW Malarial go in at one end ■tad MM ears roll out at the other ■•*r their own power each day. ■ Too oaa pay the highest eaiw lew fltvee labor and compete with ■ttoTCrM," «u the statement of one after watching operation* (he ooal mining country, *nld: Irkt prod net per miner per day In ■d* Called Mates la three time* the yprwlw-t par man-day In England. I Mat lipill your men are better but because they uaa mv LaMasa. la Great Britain we stick to ■hi ftek and shovel. We have not |niVMd to substitute mechanical pow- I ar far the human muscle." I WPT* ■UTCTRICKNOIVKS [ un m MU.WAI KKKD L Marahsll Steven* of London la tha af the Trafford Hstates. |ka tha greatest owners of nail- BMBti docks, warehouses and the like tfM world. Me doubted our eleo r tll< engines until he saw them In op avatlon pulling long trains over the I awuntains on the Chicago, Mllwau : kae A ML Paul. Being convinced, he kfsfht three such engines at Pltta- IVf far 1141.000 each. ti, Qtaartlerl. who represented Italy M the commission, spoke of these en (ttMO lit connection with the water paw«r Mil ensded by the recent con jm, which will make hitherto waste Kreas In the West Into manufacture \%lg centers by utilizing the power of I the mountain stream*. do not' produce a pound of ! aoal In Italy." *ald he. "American owl laid down In Italy costs us 170 a tan, at the prevailing rate of ex ■hang*. We can not compete at that oaat. But If we can buy American > awda electrical machinery we have | enough water power In the Apen- I alnns to enable us to rebuild our i mlias nationally We nan hoy and | jay |f you will only give u* time." I Ha Mint spoke of the vast of I ggetnp land which will become farms, f and of mining land which Is un 1 touched and the swamp* snd the apiil*rt J land which only await de >aKipmmt as national asset* that ■ A 11*11'*"* hardly seem to realise hut aba*e all It was th«nnstlonal energy an 4 ability In using machine* that f ti #*rn the United fltatea had but ships of more than 1 000 ton* In flUaraees trade," sold M. He la Touche | |)jjiu France "The necessl'v arose E tr A todav you are carrying 14.i per mat of tha world's trade In your hot Ship News Tides in Seattle •ATI BOAT drum AT. jut si Ai tarrt t rir.i iiigh ride . . « *1 « m . » » ft. Mm Im TU> ♦ «» a. m.. »l ft 'J *-! w r>e»t iM rta. .trr "h * m - K«w Tt4e High Tide II 41 p m. H ft. • :? p m. *l.l fv e e • VICKSBURG TO STAY AT ISLAND Give Repair Needs as Cause for Order The n*o*aslty of making **tenslv* engine repair* on the achool ship Vlcksburg. which la now at Hono lulu <t wall Ins instruct ions, hat can* cd th* Wellington stale nautical school director* to eliminate the rail *«-he<luled at Alaska porta by that •kip. The ahlp haa made about half th* original fir*! iruln scheduled for the cadets. but th* acarvlty of repair *ta tlons in Alaakan watcra make* the decision advisable. ar< oiMutg to an nouncement* male yrwterday. Tha Vlck»burg may u l directly to s..»n|o or complete th* Columbia river rail scheduled before return tar Several day* ar* still remain ing of her atay In th* Islands. GERMANY BUILDS CONCRETE SHIPS Lack of Steel Causes New Construction RERUN. July t fllr MfllV-Oer nun Ingenuity, foetered by ramptl ItnK nntMlly. It fulni forward with lh> mulriKtlon of fMiMW«r«le •In* and freight rank development tlani these line* promuwe to be raormtua. , Bsperl merits and actual construction al reedy undertaken I rid Hut* thnt the nation will be successful In this modern *t>le of construction wlili h hu largely l»»n forced upon It >** cause Mwl and trun art short. TI)U ■hnrtaft la daatlned to ha greater aa lima guea on, atnre Germany In obligated to aupply Urr> quantities for Prance's reconatructlon. Recently a oorvatantly Increasing numWr of ways have been utlllied for farrwconcrete ahlp construcil.-n And the nation la awake to lh< nwd for even hirtliw •(fort» In this Una. since Ita freight Utla minus a merchant marina- -are stag tiering, aa for •samtil* tta mi in tranajjprt Mil of MM,000,000 mark* In right month*. Tha a 1 stria declare thai It la a fairly aiirtple matter to obtala auf flclent ftnant. irarrt, aand and Iron bara for ahlp building, but they hava baan unabla thua far to develop to their satisfaction eon at mctlon of veacela of mora Uutn three to nv« thouaand tana. There »ra it-ays along tha Rhine and on the l-'altlc for such ahlp const rue- Hon and alao mxto Inland yard* fcr building river and canal boala of thia modern type. a a a Sailing Date to Franca Advanced To comply with the request of Marehal Koch, the Knlghta of Co lurrtfeus. who will make a pilgrim uek Europe to present the statue of to Kranoa. have ad vnJa their sailing dale fivm A'i < r fl to Auguat I, It waa an m tjfd yeaterday. Tha supreme f ] of the K. of C wlll_ con I o'clock Thurtday, Juat I ho ulf before sailing Uma. The advanced dale was necessary because of tha situation In Poland, which Is so eerloua that Mtr.hnl Poch muat leave for there at an early data. a e e Steamship Staff Plans Get-Together Staff offlcera and attaches of the Paeiflo Hteam.hip company will ! hold their annual get together in the near future—probably on Au guat It. The committee on arrangement* Includea- Joseph Mehan. purclia* trig agent: Perry Ottinnon, port ateward. Robert Hatch, dock agent; A. J. Mlckley, a»»l»tant general ' freight agent; L» C. Joalvn. clilaf 1 rlark to Cap! A. J. Hlnrra, tuper ; intendent of Ihe aomrmny. and John ] Carmode, chief clerk to A. P Halnea, vice prealdent and general manager of the company. • • • Seattle Arrivals and Departures Arrival* letr fl—H. * la. h r mat tTla from f.'mat ilia r+rf at 1 fft a m ; etr Hawaii Maru from Tarnma at 10 a. m. . a»r Ful ton from Hritiah Columbia porta at 7:lft a. m.. atr Duranso from Han f'sdro at 11 a m . motor s« hr Wakens from Hrlt- Ifh f'fllßinhl* port* at 4 a. m. July 10-d'r Argyll from Han Pfdrn at I p rn .; atr West Jossup from Kobe and Yokohama at 1:11 p rn . etr JCsetern | Twmple from Yokohama via flan Fr an t ctaco at S 30 p. m. Ballfl i July ll—Htr Prealdent for Han Pedro ; via Han Prenetere and Victoria. B C, at noon; etr Hawaii Msru for Kobe and To k"hsrne at noon, atr Kaatarn Importer | for Manila and Bast ln<lla ports via Han Francisco at S 10 a m.. motor aehr IJoo | byalla for Port Hlakely at fl;lft a m I July 10 Htr f.'-ealie Mahony Francisco at f It p m.; etr AlsaltV for Taroma at midnight; yacht Aquilo for Tecum* at I p. rn. see Vessels in Port at Seattle Today Smith Cove terminal—Bge Henry Tll lard Union Oil terminal ~H»r Arsrll. Hmith Core terminal Htr Mllkeaan Mam, atr K»«f»rn ft w porter. Pier 14- Htr Fulton. Heil st. terminal Htr Admiral Wataoa. J'ler 7 Motnr eehr Oimo. Pa« tflc ''oast bunkers—U. 0. L» H. T. Heather. Pl**r I* Htr President, motor schr Wa kens. Weet Hesttle sleeetor—Htr Otho. A KUdy yards—Btr Itobla Good fellow. !fanf'»r4 St. terminal—flitr Eastern Tera pt«. Dptlile yards—Htr Weatbore. Kaet Waterway terminal- Htr Weet Kins* rod. etr rtolarlan, atr West Jen*. Todd drydmks Htr Hpokaoa. str I con l um, str Knatern Holdlsr. Aeries yards- Htr Rooeovelt Uks I'nlon —H'illa llroston. fßndjr mlon. Fort .ia- kaon, Addison, iiouah* ton, liowrernont, Hournevllle, Allen hurst. A Mile, Adrla, Caprarla, Rles* tia, Oeieria, Abydoa, As Stm- Activity in Rails Develops in Early New York Trading ' NEW TOIIK. July It Price* w*r* Irregular at th* opening of th* New Tofk (lock exchange today. Activity developed In th* railroad Hat during th* ftrat hmir. trader* y*r* HI lioula Houthweetcrn rommon. which toad* a n*w high for th* year at llj Mlnneapoll* * HI. l>oul*, which touched HH. up %. and Heading, IIV waa up It*. Industrial* were at a standstill In early trad ing Tli* activity In rallroada waa believed du* to lh* forthcoming tat* decision which tradera enpected early next week. Th* market closed Irregular. Th* market continued to be a. thin proposition on either buying ar calling sld* of Industrial* right up to th* eloa*. Th* rally tn demand aterlms had llttl* effect on th* stock market. Italia retained practically all of their gain* of the flrat hour Closing prices; I'nlted Hlatea Hteel, it I, off H; Crucible, 1 «T. off IH: Halltwln. Il#H. unchanged; Masican Petroleum. I«0, off H: Piudebaker. 18*%. unchanged: I'nlted Htate* Hub ber. IT 14. up Hi Corn Products. »0. unchanged. American Woolen. 10%, off IH; Heading, mS. up %; Central leather, (IT*, off %. e e * e NEW TOnK. July ll.—Th* Evening Bun financial review thla after noon eald: "Confusion of arntlment and highly varied eipreaalon of opinion In weekly review! of the aerurltlee market poaltl«n and the general out look tended further to leaaen public Intereat In stock prices In today's ■ hurt aeaalon. The tone was one of uqdarlylng ilrength. neither preaaur* nor buying Initiative being In evidence to turn the sluggish tlda. "The outstanding feature today waa the absenoa of all but the moat perfSnctory concern In the trading "There waa quiet atrengtk in the railroad llat. gains In aeveral cases being a point or more. Tli* second hour law snma yielding In Industrial valuaa. while th* faHs rather more than held their own. In neither llat. however, waa there the slightest Indication of Initiate In any direction. Aa far aa any significance In the trading In the half seaaion went, the market might aa well h%re cloeed yeaterday for (lie week. ~e e a WHEAT PLUNGES TO LOWER MARK Other Grains Drop Sharply in Chicago Pit rmrAOO, July II - Wh*at future* continued their aenaatlonal down ward course today on th* Chicago b'tard of trad*. In Ihe abort Satur day aeaalon fiecer tier wheat fell lie and March wheat dropped llHe. Other futurea. Including prevlelona. ware lower, alao Heavy wheat r*c*lpt* aad a lower cash market were In evidence, while In the wheat pit there waa the aam* reluctan.e tn buy noted at the re sumption of trading The grain trad* looked up'-n the wheat boat men aa In the readjuatment period wuh th* market hardly functioning aa yet There wa* abeence of Ihe uaoal hedging trade July wrn ami .>als wars eharply lower, due m part to the cloalng of July contracta Kavorable weather reports and heavy reeeipia were among the Important beariah fac to ra. July provlslona were aetlva, due to the cloelng of contracta Decambar wheat ..pened at II I" down Ic. and cloeed at till, down •c; March wheat doa n It%c on opening at II 31. loet 10c before the cloee. July corn waa off at the "pening. II IT. ani loet «r in laur trading, closing at II II; fteptemher eorn opened late at II U*a. d-wn |t»c. later regaining t*c. I>ecember ««rn, off IHe at the opening. II lit*, closed I%* d- wn at II l«S July oate opened le down at T7Hc. and cloeed at It*; September oata. down Wc at the opening. Iltte. later dropped Sa; December oata opened at M%c. dowa tiV*uha«iu*nily lya ing lSac. a a * Chicago Live Stock micAOO. i«ir ti ~Hor>- (.!•! I)»i4 m«rta*t «»*4; Mutli •/ Ml**. !'I«!t*l«. fcutclun IHVIIK p*ckitt«. Ultfil 11. »«»t fll#tt 11. I I. • 111 •• rnuThm llltftl «• ('•tiu I.»0t h»td m»rk*l l« lie lo lie hf«h»r M ill! till • Minn rennere and ctiflM«k It Ik 91. •tcM»h»r« •'» Tlfl SI. m»». HdllM, MltN, |tl SI #17.14. R»r«ipt«. t M« ti*«4: It low*f. Umbs, |l Sfflt.tl. II 119 til. 20 PER CENT IS COAL MINE RAISE Day Laborers to Get $1 Increase A wag* col* for coal miners thai allow* an Increase of approximately 10 per rent for contract leborera *n<l 11 a day for day laborer* over tha ar-ala of October, till, was r*<-oin mended by the federal roe I comml* ■lon at a meeting with r*nresenta tire* of the miner* and tha cnal op erator* here late yesterday. If accepted, the new working agreement will become effective Au gust 1. The oiwrator*' committee U apparently ready to accept the rec orruriendatlons. and If the miner*' convention, which meet* in the I.S b>ir temple Tuesday. receive* them fnvorsbly, It I* considered practical ly ceruin that the new scale will be adopted. . About 8,000 men In Washington will be affected by the Increase He cau*e of the numerous clasnifii'-a Uon», the full achedule of wngen prob ably w||| not be worked out before Monday, SCHOOL BOARD TO ISSUE BONDS Plan $1,000,000 Issue for Building Preparation* for th» floating of • 11.000,000 bond limue for building purpose* are bring made by the Se attle achool board. Vh* flnanoe committee of the board waa directed to arrange for the advertlelng of «ueh an Ixaue at th» meeting Friday Union bricklayer* thru their sec retary, F. H. Pike, protested ngalnnt the enforcement of the five nnd one hiilf day working week for their trade on con*l ruction work. The union bricklayer* could not conform to the provision. I'lke declared, be rauao *uch a week In not In keeping with the rule* of the International body. The brick layer*' union call* for a five-day week. If k man 1* «m»rC he ran ntway* catch on, and If he I* wine be will alwaya know when to let go. Pemta. tll*rk Wolf, nirklnnll, niaaford, A (ran. Anthnn, Fori ffarrleon. Kort gteuwlt, Imurka. Klein, Ixiotl. lilonn, rn,nicin, Coxlao. rineyraa, Cardie, KlUhk, eohra Henry Wllaon, flalvntor, Alice, motor *chr (tregen. Piik-. i H'Mind Hrlilg* A Dredging work*— (I. H H. Pattereon. Ileffernin drydoek* Motor K-hr Cooleh*. ■lf Hl-.«*(tw*y THE SEATTLE STAR New York Coffee and Sugar Quotations Nim TOIIK, Julr II —Toffee K« 1 m<>. Ittliu per tp. Se. « Heelea, ttlt a 11f per Ik Nu«er line. II Ite per lb: grenulaud. Stall',t* per lb Foreign Exchange KIW T"HK, Julr II rerrlge e* -han<« Mae At Ihe of»*>ntng M>V Qii"Utk>nei Kißrltiig, d«men«l |ITI%. fran. a. 4eiren<S T lie. lire, 4em and l.9tc. Canadian 4e>lara, 4amaa4 IU«, MM* eMae»e4. K*rtl«| »I*h4 •! II ** U Ml, m«rki 4«man4 I lie; <tolUr«. |f I Of. frame. 4*»nifi4 I fI«J tyr+m. UMitftml t lie, *«k>lee » I?* URGE COUNCIL TO ECONOMIZE Chamber Wants Budget • Held Down Indorsing 'he report of th* taxa Hon bureau »f th* Chamber of Ouro m»rr*. the member** (jpunoll of th* chamber ur«*d th* city council Fri day to k"*p th* Itll budget wlthW th* figure* of th* I*lo budget. Rpraker* C H killer, WofflQ WW •on, Charles K fit** and Oroevanor Folaom unlt*d in condemning th« present municipal. oounty and stale government* a* extravagant They urgvd retrenchment la ail field* of administration. a BANK ( IJURLNU* Clearing* Balance, lJtt.7«l.W TlCOfRi Clearing* •»«««• •« I Balance* tO.ITtOt 1 flpohsnr Clearing* MtT.IIT 00 ' Balv<-e* 410.2?0.0« I Rupp Choaen Head of Bar Association AJMEIUIKKN. July II -Otto B Itupp «u el*ctrd by acclamation to th* prraldcnry of the Wwhlnifrn •State lur aaaoclallon, at tha final aeaalon of Iha leaal aorlrty yral*rday. Hupp la a 8«»U1* lawyer, a member of th* firm of Chadwlck. M' Mi« keti Ramaay A Rupp H*l"*alra nwnnl to attend th* Atn*r|ian liar aaaocla lion convention. In Ht I .on la. n**t month, wcra Clark P Ulaaett. of th* I'nlveralty of Waahlngton la* arhool, B. C Oroowup and C. * Hhepard. Sell Booze Boat for $ll6 at Auction The |p»i»«lln* launch for frltwt to tha |or<tnm«nl whan lt« ownera wara arrcated for amuCKMna whlnky fn.m Canada, brought |U« • t a rualoma aala Friday Th* launch waa aomewhat damac-d by fire. atarted wh*n the boom* nm firm beached their "raft and at tempted to burn It whan cloaely pur ait"d by a coaat eu.ird cutter, a*v eral work" ago. rPublic Markets | m —— * VrVEHTMRK Puaer I»»al1 Weal lake and Hold pond flour IMO. r>nt*nnlal Hoot flour 11 II Pit«ll 1 IT. two rani ro-operatlee milk tmill HI, I*eilm<rro coffee lb *oe. the** earn. Me: eorn flak#*, thr<n# parkifN. Zte. bath eoap. fl*l bare Ifte; two rim 'omatooa lie, •mail bottle ittiiup. ll# f*l aI !• 14 17 1 lb ground ihoenlat* II#; 1 Ih eeeporafed poo#h*a. jae; lhr#o #ene Von ('«mpi pork and b»ena. 10c; •'* roll* toilet paper, He; four boaeo f<e*r#h!lgbt mat#hea. tlf HUll 10*. new potato**, t Iba, lie; green and wo* b»one. I lb*, lie; aweet com, •Is for He. rrei pi.at* null It. pur# AmirleM #ane «nf*r f Ibo . 41c. 4 H». tor at all |«. toll ran ''amotion milk. 12 Htall It. pur# frr.li milk, quart, 12e H»ol! lies. Flak* White, lb. He; two Poat Toaatleo. Wr; ehredfled cocoonut, lb. ?|r; large cono good aalmnn. two for lie; llogere baking powder, 1 lb tine. 15c. Htall 1501. 10-lb tlna Koro eyrup. t»C. CrU< o, I .e. 62#. II 00. |l.t&, |2.«tS. M ONOMt PtoM ««. auiror. I Iba . 46#.. 4 Iba. to# gtolla 17 11. 1 lb l.l|»«OP'a yollow lob«l to a. 71c. thr#a oat»a Old Dutch I'loonM-r, |6c; llllla red con #off##. 10c; 41c rona aor nod bf»#f. J6c. I»# bottla tnaynnnolao, lie. 2 Iba. chplce prunra. II#; 40r pura or co««»a. 10c; 60c can Inatont poaturn. lie; four bora Koyal White e<»ap. 21c, t lb. con M J H. coffaa. 4uo. HAMTARV Ptalla 14 11. Maaola oil. IS#. «00, 11.11. 12 20; J'% Iba llllla r#d con coffo*. Il.lt. 1 Iba M J D coff##. II T»0. <Mtrue pow dar, po'-koa#. I7e. Stall 4S, Flak#* Whtta. lb, Ilr; « lb. con f'rlaco. |1 t&; heavy Jar rln«a. 8 doe.. 26#; flu bora. l*c. 2 Iba. I fee. eodo cra#k«re, lb, 20i Htolta 11-11, red ellver eolmon for conning, lb., 14c, amtikt-d wblto Kin* aolruon, lb, 20c I IIKNK.R Ptoll 102. fr#ali p*>onut butter lb. tOr; Co-operative milk, four cane. 4tc; fraali ranch egga, 2 do*, l&c; full rfcoiti or rr#am brick eh««»ae, lb. |tc; Floka Whit#, lb , 2fc#: bulk c<Tffi»a, apr< 101. lb., 31c. I Iba. t/'C. Hiall" 94 II I'lke *at. ■ hoiilder of mutton, lb. tc; mutton chopa, lb., He, laga of mutton, lb , lie; bn<'>n. lb . lOo; bomburgar, lb, 10c; boiling beof, ll»., 7c. J. A Ruaaell, rocanlly convlctnd In tha federal court of attempting to brihn a government offlicr, huH Jllrd a hill denylnK tcatlmony iik tlnwt lilin In the Unltad Sfal*a dlatrlct court. ICuaaell la at praaent aervliiK 'a three montha term In tho county Jail, liavlnit beein nentenced July 7 by iJj'tiUuiU Ju%u K. U. Cualauun. MARKET ROW IS BRISK SATURDAY Cantaloupes Arrive From Toppenish An nnumiany brbik morning aea alon. even for the week-end, waa re ported In the produce market ntong Wnatern ava. Muturday. The only novelly along tha row waa a couple of cnjiea of runtaloupee from Top penlfih, the flrpt of tha aeajton. They brought It a crate. Watermelon! lire iirarre, and were Boon cleaned up at I to S'4 renla a pound. Hwee\ mm la down a little, aelllng for tl to $S 60 for a atwk or crate of •even and eight docen Mm. Pu»a toca record no change. Outdoor cu cumliero from Yakima are begin nlng to cut in on the local hothouac varletlna at 7J cent* a docen. Local Market* , Mm re 14 Wtielaeale Dee leva for Vegetablee ead frail 4e*aeag«e- Waehtngtna .11 He»le 119 I* Cebbage 119 MS ferrate Per eark tl* ' anllfteeer Per Hu 4•• Celerp t.»«-el. par d..a ........ Tt Carambere tloth.uee. p** il«i I 1191 w Yekime ,T4 K«« Pleal—Pie. per tb .!• f.| It fierlle .p„ it. t!9 »• I'W'U IW» Per n. .., I*9 II trreee Pee» Ijvil I* I,rem IVpp,,. Per 1t.,,,,.,.. '* l etter* I eeal tll9*l* Upton. Red. u.r lt> .*1 H Telletr till re'etaee per lb New ll* US .149 »4H Yakima llama per ll* ** Mabert Per » .#»• M Malebaaee Per lark If* a*aeeti t-ream per |b •' •'Hai n.eea per Ik tIH «a«er I'rate Per lb " a»eet t'nrn Per d"a ' Yakima Per rrele I *9l •• Taeialnaa Imperial Taller. ert* I " I - -el ketbeoee I 11 • » »' rerelpe— Uo-al per aacfe ...... I*' Waa Maaae—Par lb I» rniTi P» et ere Waebteffne I Mfl !• ilreen per half be* IJial M nra*enetetna Cat. per boa. ..4*19' 4 t Aerleete Pair lua t•• Iteeeaee per lb .11* Itlaehkeevtee Per eaee It* I enlel.Mipee Nten4a>ea IllVtl* • rnelea Per tb •• ( tierrtre It* »• ferreele- Per trale R. 4 I _ tuark I 't "eeeeaeeatee *e«e (Irepea Malaaa. par crate ...» ' ' Ur.ee yrall—PWMl _• ** Oei ... I •••« »• Ptae Oreen. per bee 11* ItMHI fuel per tra1e....... It* leieee per b»f *••! ** I eeeelieirlae per arete Ilt|l II ilrwtee I'er caee Ill#!« Pre a bee Cel . . j. I** P.eafere Waabtnclin Peeea Varflelt IMflll Pleeapple < Vale It* Plume _ Callferala. !#••! Tl Keei.rn Weeblnflee "}' •• ■eipkerrlae -Heit. per arate... .1 >•* Hiaek. pet arete.. 1 etrm-ln i itae ••• Terkl.b awkae -Per lb •! Wet. wel.ee fee lb •• H Ire Creaa Vtlaae-Per lb lilt NBTB rateee raid a* Wl gnili . 41taea4e Per It. *.e 41 rtlbeete fee lb J* Weleele -Meerburtee ...* .11 Peeeele - Vlrgtete Kerateea, ». .tl ieeeeaee, per lb .11 fteaaa Par ib M DAIRY PRfIDITT® Prlree raM te Mum •eWaefat ■age anirtir freeb .11 Mnk -Per «»t til DAIRY PRODI CT« Frteee Paid Wkalneli II eel era •tetter Ureal craataarr, aatee. ,11 Itriebe * * -If Rtae. - freeh raaib pullet a 11l It Mr irtplele ll# II aiHKMIa rtetn brtck .11 I.lmb4tter .11 Touer America .ft tlort awlee .11 \v triplet* I*9 II POI I.TRY Prlree raM br t» belaaai* B*al»ra te ahlrpere IbaHw . .11 Hr**~r>4er * lba J* t lb* end up JT ItnHlree .»! Mi iba a» Jl a,cetera 119 .11 (.rear Uve . .11 ftetgbaa llarea Ut* per lb ... .11 POI'I.TRY Prtree Pill Wheteeeleee Parke—Praaea M Preaaea .11 Itmiiera Dreeeei Ilf <• llena ttreeeed 119 II tteeee .*• Tare ere—Draeee4 119 II MRAT Prlree Pelt te gkigpeea Iteaa-Tenet I*9 II laal Panrr I*9 It M»4lutn 119 .It geel all aaa at ateekpar^p l*.l*9ll II Medium te rkelc* Itlltll II R<iU|h beevf ll**Vlt>* riaa Itn9ii.li Celile — liaal aleera II **9tl I* M>.Hum te rbolee *lo9l*lo ll'.uih haatr T **9 ll* Iteet noaa and halfera Ill* I »• Bull* I t«f I II * 119U.11 eheep— rrlme aprlnc 1am1.a...11 **ffH to Vearllnaa I**# I ** Wether* I T t* Keea I *«9 I SO HAY, (iKAIN AND FEED Wheleeele Prtee Pet Tea. City Prtee Itarlr) Whole Ill* Boiled til* flipped !» ** Oale Hulled Id** Whole '*oo Cera Whole *2*o Cracked MOO Chop 710* t.reaed Itoae *1 II till.. Melee Till Mill Kite t* 00 < Alfelfe It 0* Alfalfa Meet 10 ll* trretrtl I'etrd *0 01 ttbaet »* •• hi raw »» o* ( Itlek teed 100 0* tepre till Cotton a red Meal .., II 01 t leh Meal UT *1 llrll* Ull l.laeeed Meal It II Kgl 1111 Mral and ttoae 11l ll Meet He rape 111.11 a bet I Meal it II Orater It II •eye litem Mral It.II It aomrtlmoa hafiprna that a [aw atud*nt Klvea up thn law hualnaii* to •iißane In th* aon In law hunlnraa. i. . " ' BOATS LEAVE COLMAN DOCI 7, a. 11 A.*M„ i, a. a. 7. a P. M. ICVICHV OAT. Tka brat aad . abaapaat way fa gm. HERE'S MORE ABOUT BRIDEGROOM STARTS dN PAGE ONE him on atatloncry of the Mitchell imti i, i .i. 11. "Ihw iMh, I came here, Ifimkn and v\ try thing. In i mr frmn Monroe. lam waiting here for Ui« hank l« often, and then Hip rw* l« IIHI U oil "My mind In O. K. an 4 my moral, are fairly good. "I'crhape yrni will learn before the mil of >our Ufa that you lutie 111 nil) a mIaUU "I would like t« atop In to ami you l» fure i go. Hut wlutt'a lba tur! "Vonra lovingly. floadkjre." Tlie letter win atgned «J W. How* On June 22. about S o'clock In the afternoon, Mlaa FMahman aaya, liowo phoned har that ha contem plated a trip to Auatralla, and waa 'leaving the city at tl p. m. "I told him to coma and aaa ma," ahe aaid, "becauae I wanted to tJtlk with him. but ha didn't come. Two daya Inter the card came from Port land, addreaaed In hla handwriting. There waa no meeaage on It. only a pi-'t ura of the L'nloo depot at I'ort* land." Howe waa wetl known among un dertaken here, having been Inti mately acquainted with C- C. Km mona, of the Itonney Wataon Co , for 15 yeara. He formerly waa employed by Uutt company. At the time of hla dtaappe*ranrc he waa having an au tomobile Iranafortned into ft lieaiee MOORE NAMED BY RETAILERS Morgan Selected as State Trustee Harold N. Moore I* county secre tary of th* King count/ unit of th* Washington State Retailers associa tion, cluiwn at a meeting at th* Chamber of Commerce last nlghl Fred n. Morgan, of Frederick k Nel s*n's, wam nominated for state trua -I*4*. th* election to take place In Hpukan* Auguat (. A county execu tive oummitiM in named aa fol low*; Mr !taas of Renton, J. W, Para naugh of Auburn. O. Krlckaen of Bothell, A. N Berlin of K*nt. C. 0. Mers* of th* frtMr Pstereon com pany, If. A. Ernst of Kriul Hard ware company, K. B. Klnn* of I'nb reraltp Pharmael**. O H Htorrn of Oetonek Knitting company and (-'rank J. Victor. Two Dentist* Are Declared Guilty Bnire. Idaho. Ju'r »I.—Dr. V. A. ntag*raid and Dr. W. A. My*ra were found guilty In district court lata Friday nlglit of conspiracy to de fraud in Myers* caaa for receiving bribe* while a member of U>* slat* board of dental examiners* PmdmMtrian* 11A Hit by Autoa fl I \ Thit Year lW Pilfering Ice from tha rear of lea wnwona It becoming danger oua poalima for boya. Ben E. Johnaon, of Tamhill elation, re ported to police Saturday that he had knocked down a boy who wm running away from an Ira wagon driver at 14th ava and E. Hpruce et Friday afternoon. Tl>e boy gave hla |a«t name aa Davis. Two wreka ago a boy waa killed when atruck by an auto aa he jumped off the rear of an lea wagon. mTTe <■ !.i« n own I V ■a m daily ta»i»|>l Mundar). «ua- g ■liM • a. m . callia* at all Man Juan g ■laiand p«Hila and arrlvla* Mellla« g ■ t,am I It p m. ■ I Call, at lllrhardaoa, Friday Har- g ■kor. AaarartM d*r Wmi g ■•ouad. Or« aa, Tuaaday. Thuradaf. g ■aalu"tar Kaat Hound. OI(a. Wed- ■ J"»adav. rrjdey. Sunday. _ J Sunday, August I, to Wood Canal lloiaad irl, farr. Ih|«II«( war lai. Ml ChlMrra, B to IX, Vk far* Jul mualc will be furniahi-d all Thr way by llruokr'a Whangdoodla Eutertalnara ■ UANCINti ■ AM UIrDAI TKir KIUIJCU WITH TIKAITT Oat your tlrkrtk aarly Btatfroonia on H I. Whatcom only ■ PICNIC AT KINGSTON BKACH SI'NDAY H. S. I'UKrt for Klng«ti>n and Tort l.udlow Qrounda and K<">d pirnle beach, fine for private and club plenlca I>anrlnK pavilion for u*e of partie* . a^^H |H Hound Trip. Kluaotan and Jtrtura, HO Onta I ||^^H Caliaaa Daak t'M A. M. Arrlv* l.adlaw 11:4 a A.M. I.*a«* Ktaarataa..... ItMP. M. I ll^^H Arrive Klnaatwi ..»>:»> A. M. L*av» l.udlaw I:ia P.M. Arrive Healtl, • ;ja P. M. ■ TO T|IK SAN JI'AN f|H &. B. Flow* l*av*a Colinan liork t A M . arrlvea back It P. M. aj ■s HOVNP THII» KAIIK, IX<°l<rniM» tt'AH TAX. MM I)KT vorit TICKBTB tAHLI MKt "N/X Colman Dock Mmfyill ill ■ li Wwn* a twiiini—W^l—. o Write Letters by Dozens on Howling Dogs C M. Scott. assistant city clerk, will hav* to conatnict additional flllns riuMM If Ilia letter* praising iiml denouncing th* "bowling dog ordinance" continue Ui pour Into III* office. Th* lateat communication on th* ■ilbject declared that men and worn • n Hliould Im conal4«r*d l.'fore 4a*a. "I do not dliiltk* dog»," *« y* V. 1.. Comlo, 433 10th av*. H, th* writer. "but day after day, I am unfit for my work, l«caun« of u barking, yelping dog, keeping me awake ut night," "K. J. B." IS CLUE LEFT BY CROOK Drops Handkerchief * While Prowling Here **. J. 8.." the Initial* written In black Ink on a blue arid white polka dot hiiiwll i M hl-f. left behind by a burglar who attempted to open tha *afe of Renton Hill Fuel Co., 1122 K. I'nlon *t , wm* the only cluo police had Haturday to hi* Identity. After gaining entrance to th* of flea by boring a hnl* In th* back door arid turning th* lock, the lhl*f attempted to knock open the *af« by hammering on th* lock. He evi dently placed the handkercblrf over th* lock to deaden the ring of th* blowa. Motorcycle Officer A. J. Hill fonnd th* handkerchief when he Inveati gated the burglary. Hill aaya th* lhi*f waa probably a buy. aa the hole In the door thru which he reached hi* hand to turn the lock, waa A veiy small on*. The would be ■afecrgcker wa* frightened away, polio* b*ll*ve, aa he look nothing. Rev. Murphy Want* Boy Choir Stopped P.eaaaurances that the member* of the Whitney Boy Choir are well <ar»d for and having an enjoyable experience were wlrr<l by W. K Too mey, mayor of freeno, Cal.. Hatur day. The teleifram, addreaaed u> Mayor Caldwell, waa in reply to a re fluent of the Rev. U- O. Murphy, prominent Jap sympathlaer, that the California authorities detain the boys, on the around that their par rnta were deceived when ( the young chorister* were taken on' their tour of the gouth. A man mar W a hopeless Idiot, but no warnsn will admit tt after 'he haa proposed to her. mm k y aXp rax LIBERTY AND VICTORY BONDS W# say New Tor* awliM prise ead latereet. dedaetlnf for brokerage OKI PER CENT on ll* sad III* deaeartasUons and ONE-HALT OW ON■ fll CINT ea terser doßeralnatleas. Tea can flrure the cr.RRK T RlXim TiLCI of year beada ky dad act mi the brokerage from Ike market price and tddla| tka latereet. an Mafia eueleUeaa below; let tad Ist tad M «tk tUHniWiHB • H*e 4-s «'e «V» <H'e JH*e iH'e l*s l«'s Market -...111 H 111 .M |i< 41 111 tt 111 it Hill lis.it lH.it l»I.T» Intareat .... .41 .11 .11 .11 II lit 111 .«• .U T0ta1...... |lt. II 111 It |ll.lt Mill ill ll lit It Htll UtM mil MORRIS BROTHERS, Inc. • CTWTRAL miIJMNO ((iBOI'NU rUMI), HUTIU The flsalw MaaMpal Bead Hows* Capital Owe wmtea Mm EXoHloksd t>»«e e (IwHef tentsry Tetepliewee: glUett WW, Mala Ttt^ Going East? Travel through the wonderful CANADIAN PACIFIC ROCKIES To All Middle West and Eastern DaaUnationa la CANADA AND THB UNITED STATES <1 ■ 1 " ■■ FOUR TRANS-CONTINENTAL TRAINS DAILY Canadian Pacific Ry. SCENERY I SPEED! SERVICE I B. F. Ll STURDEB, OeaeraJ A*ent, Paaeernei r>pt. Mr Second Avenue, Seattle Phone I lain IIM FAGF 13 STEAL SUITS TO OBTAIN "DOPE" 50 Outfits Disappear Each Month T>rlv*n desperate by thdr efWIM for dO[>a, hophead* are turning to »ult *tenllng a* tha e*aie*t method of grttlng m«n«y to buy narcotlca, uncording to l*leut. J. C. Wickman, heart Of the police pawn shop detail. Morn than £0 eulta a month ajt ■tolen in H' itl|e, moetly from room* In downtown hotel*. IJecau** of high price*, barrnla •eeker* don't *t«p to o*k «|u**tlona when they are offered a «ult cheap, and *o hophead* find them eaey to ■ell. I,l*ut. Wlclinun *aya. Moat of the MoUen aulia eventually find their way to Houth Knd pawn *hopa. and the majority of them ara recovered when police hart a report of tb* theft. Lieut. Wl'kman claim*. V. Hrrnnan, Kwlng hotel, waa th* only man in lie victimized by '*ult thP-ve a Friday night. Hla *ult waa blue, with a light ' f?r«tan atrip*, and win of Kngll*h cut. Drop Phonograph When Copt Appear Surprised in an alley aa they wero carting away In a wheelbarrow 4 Vlo> trola atolen from the home of S. O. Sunde, ]f,o> Tenth av*. W., • man and woman dropped their loot and fled Friday night. R. H. Bergstrom, 1114 lith av*. W, waa driving hla auto out of th* alley when he met the pair. The Vlctrole waa returned, to the Hunde home. Bund*, who la affiliated with Hunde t D'Evers ahlp • handler*, la on a trip to Norway. Find Stolen Car in Fresno, CaL A man Hiring tha nam* of P. G. Tlra haa been arrested la Fi'WH California, in poeseasloa of a Fori rar stolen from J. N. Ef|l> R- F. f>. No. t, niympia. accord tn* to word *«jr J. F. McAulej^ chief of the bureau of laTwtlgaUoa In Heattle. IbsrtDgtness Oiaractertaaa eur iMthoii hi every transaction. and our aus t'lmer* are accorded every cour tesy eonsletent with Bound kud dm« JadgmeaL 4% A—p—U to CIMI Al» Q»> ftlailjr lav*U4 Peoples Saving* Bank NDCOXB m i»RD|K