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DECIDE ON JIT ISSUE Fate of Busses Up at Special Election; Submit Two Op posing Measures Bmttto*a JUney bus problem will be placed before the people for de cision at a sperlal election to be held In connection with Uia itiwral elec tion on Nor«mhrr J. Thla waa aettled Monday whan tha •ity council decided to aubnilt to popular vote tha two imposing ordi nances for tha rcgulaUHi of JUney traffic. Tha two btlla to ba placed on tha ballot ara William Hickman Moore's ordinance providing for tha elimina tion of Jltneya from tha main bual naaa dlatrict and tha JlLneum" Initiat ive measure perm It tine Jitney buaaaa to operate practically on their owa Altho tha Jitney petition gtdl lacked SM signatures tha eotmcfl tedded to call a special election on Its own Initiative. By having the facial election held at tha aatne time aa tha general election, thou panda at doUara will ba saved to the city. It waa pointed out. The prawol onUauxv, tmdar which the council Is authorised to tarn permit* for JMim M bald up Mr court order. PREPARE FOR IRISH REVOLT UONTXW. Sept. 14. —Tha Sinn Mb aovrrnroent prefer* to carry mn Ita own raprlaala for tha n pact ad daatb of Lord Mayor Mao ■wtney. oa kini* atrtka in Brix taa priaon. rather than entroat than to MMtalk It waa laaraad here Aa order leaned by tha rommand •r-tn-chlef of tha Irtah republican army The republican inrannat be- Uevas a real Britain will welcome an uprieing aa aa opportunity to Inflict * daathblow on tha Irtah paopla. "Ba aaaurad the republican |W wuiawit will carry oat Jim* retribu tion against persona concerned. Wlt l%aaa the fate of those concerned in the death of Lord Mayor Mao Cu rtain. Seven wore proven guilty in the (apubUe'a court*. None are now altre- The latest bulletin oa MacSwlney*a condition said It waa unchanged. An Irtah boy tea brought one of tha alined mlraculoua bleeding atatnee of tha Vtrgtn from Tampleraor* and |gw asked permlasaon to place It la MasSalmj'a room. The Sinn Pain charged today that Bflllsli offtrjais In Ireland are laacvad with certain mamlm* of the IMtln il to break the organisation be- Sara parliament reassembles. Tha Piaaaiiaii's Journal reported wtaea of offlcere aad sokilera In Ire had bare been ordered fa) leave Im mediately. Thla waa interpreted In asina quarters aa Indicating tha gov ernment tor>etea a aariooa uprising la the event of MaeSwtney* death. II mi Isamsd today that confi dential rsports from tho United States tavi Influenced tha decision of tha British cabinet not to rsleaas tlw lord mayor. Tha reports aaid tha tlfftmn sentiment waa "torpkl"; that discussion tn tha prwa there wmm largely on tho question of ex pediency and that no moral waa pointed oat. ,90 Years Old, He Sees Folly of Evil Doing BAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 14.—W1l- Bsra Smith haa only one wish—a chance to start life anew. TU go straight. I'll make rood this time." he declared today. Smith la M years •M. The Woe-eyed nonogenarlan, spry as most men <0 years his Junior, was arrested on a charge of coun terfeiting. He said he would plead guilty and ask for Just one more Chance. When arrested on three previous •cessions. Smith wore a long beard. Today the beard la short and stubby, and a eloae-cropped moustache adorns his lip. A secret service agent asked him why he bad cut his whiskers. "Don't you think I look * heap better this way? I've been working at I'etaluma. I»ts of chickens up there, and I didn't want to look too •M." chuckled the old man. Bitter G. O. P. Race in Illinois Ends CHICAGO, Sept. 14.—The stage Is set for deciding tomorrow at the polls one of the bitterest campaigns In the history of republicanism in Illinois. The race will decide whether Mayor William Hale Thompson, of Chicago, or the "regular" state or ganization stiall control party af fairs. The administration slate Is h»aded by UeuL-Gov. John G. OgleSby as the candidate for nomination tor gov ernor to succeed Frank O. Lowden, who was not a candidate for re-elec tion. Thompson's slate names Ijen Small, of Kankakee, for the guber natorial nomination. Expect Big Vote in Colorado Primary DENVER. Colo., Hept. 14.'—A rec ord vote was expected today in Colo rado's primary election, with pros pects excellent for an Ideal day so far as weath<T Is concerned. For the third time In the state's history there will be watchers at the polls, follow lng an appeal to the supreme court by Bamuel D. Nicholson, republican candidate for the senatorial nomina tion. who charged illegal practices. Interest was centered In the sena torial contests In both parties. In which candidates have waged a heat ad fight. •ptTTEBUrtO, Pa.—HJa attention* •porned, William Hrooka, 1», shoot* and nerlounly wound* Minn Jean | , .Walkat. t», UiMt commit* aulckU, HERFS MORE ABOUT PRIMARIES STARTS ON PACK ONE Hercntren member* of the l<-m» latura ara to ha nominated In King county by the vartoua parties. Mate offliw to ba filled In Ad dition to governor are thoMi of llau truant governor, arvrrtary of a talc, ■lata auditor, atata treasurer, at tornay pmral, commlsalonrr of pub lic lands, Insurance commissioner, superintendent of public Inatrurlton. In tha county the offices to ba voted on are ooanty auditor, coun ty aaaeeaor, proeecutlng attorney, owntj clerk, county treasurer, ahrr- Iff, county engineer, coroner, su perintendent of echuola, county com mlaatonera. Hustnoaa waa alaanst at a stand still In tha coimtyclty building a* far aa the county and city offlcen were concerned. Curtoua groups of penmia aeemed to renter their at tention about A email booth aaJd by some to ba a voting nuwhlua 2 TOTE "GATS"; IN JAIL NOW Two men ara held In the city Jail today on open chargee, pending In vest Igatlon by the detective depart ment. because they toted concealed "gats' on their persona aarljr thla morning. The haarry hu<4 of the law. which la to my Patrolmen K. Auahua and K. J. Jtrpano, f*ll on Frank Htew art early thla morning at Minor and Their aoapMoua tnwt they had baan Maatnt htm for several blocks. Whan (bar OMfkt up (o him ba ted hla tend* la Ma pockets. Whan thay pullad ons hand out. a .SS-cailber automatic |«i cama with It And it waa fully loadad! He flrst told then be lived on Eighth are, then he said ha ted Just ootne to town. Patrolmen Dan Twohy and J. Rrady were the undotng of Jamas Hater*. He was overhauled at Sao and and Washington, where a gun waa found oa him. Ha said he was an American-born Mexican, but the coppers my be Juat came from tha land of revolution*. Pair Held for Room Prowling at Wilson Albert Rlma and I.onward Brown were held In city Jail today on an open charge while detactlvea give them the O. 0„ following their arraet for alleged prowling of room l?t. Wilson hotel, where*. It la charged, they took a suit of clothes and a shirt. The room Is next to t hairs. Airplanes Excite Northern VAWCOtrVKR. B. C„ Sept. 14.—A. M Kouaaeau. L'nltad Stataa roneotar agent for tbe Yukon, who Is in the city today, tells a good story of the excitement among the Batter* of tha North on tha occasion ot the arrival of the American aviators at Whim Horaa. The ftmerai of aa radian woman waa hi program at (he time of tha landing of one of tha machlnae, and the huaband of the deceased. as claiming. -She can wait- ran to new the worider from the aklee. followed by the It or more mourner* The funeral aervtoa waa renewed manual hour* later. » • For Chilly Nights and Slender Purses Women's Outing Flannel Night Gowns for $2.39 —You bet It's lucky for you right now when you're looking for warmer Gowns these chilly nights—and can get them at a saving. —They're everything you expect of an Outing Flannel Gown— Well made—of good quality outing flannel—cut full in length and width. Six style*—long sleeves, all sizes—white and colors. Corsets for Less —That's the policy of the Bargain Basement (corset section). Pink Batiste Corsets—Two Styles at $2.25 —One is a very low bust model with elastic at the top—free hip: sizes 20 to 26. —The other is a splendid model for tall figures—medium bust style with long hips; sizes 20, 22, 23 and 25. New Bandeaux of pink brocade, in sizes 32 to 40—special at 45c. Here's Where Men Can Save on Their New Supply of Warmer Underwear —Men's heavy Union Suits—long slseves and ankle length—s2.7s. —Men's Fleece-lined Union Suits—good quality—s2.ls. SATS AMNESTY IIP TO WILSON Labor Asks Release of 174 Prisoners WASHINfITON, Hepl U A gen eral a infinity for so-mild "political prisoner!" la entirely up to President Wilson. Attorney tleneral Palmar In dicated t.xlivy to a croup of labor leaders anil socialists who conferred with him. Tha group, which waa led by Bam uel tlompera, asked IVlmer to re lease 174 persona. Oom|iera present ed Palmer with a reaolutlon to thla effect adopted by the Montreal con ventlon of the American federation of labor. Meyer London, former aoclallat oongreeamaii. spoke brtally. Palmar atated he would preaent the Montreal resolution to the preetdent. but ha pointed out tltere were dlffl cullies In the way of an amneaty. since, he aald. many of tha prtaonera were convtctcd on counta other than violation of the espionage law. The department of Juatlce, he aald. would art on each case on lla merlta. A aeoomt delegation of anclallata. headed by Jamra O'Neill and Itertha Marley, of New York, and tleorge K. Ituewer, Jr„ of Itoaton, preaented to Palmer a petition which declared that further Imprisonment of politi cal prlaonara "la not Justifiable on the ground of aound policy or rood moral*, but aaaumea the character of political and claaa vlndietlveneaa." RED CROSS Will MOID INSTITUTE A Red Croaa Institute tor ln»urw> tor nurses will ba bstd at Fred erick 41 Nelaon'a aodltortum Wednes day and Thursday. It waa celled by Mlaa Oraoa liar rlngton and Mlaa Klma Hood, of tha Northwestern dlrlaion of the American Had Croaa, and will ba attended by nuraaa from Wastern Waahington. One of the moat Impart ant fas tares of the Rrd Cram health pro rram Is the gtvtng of laatroctlon In home hygiene and tbe care of the sink te woman In all walka of life and to school glrla The Institute thla week Is to give to tbe In structor nuraee tha prtnnlplea gov erning tha orgar lalng aad conduct ing of theee rlessee. SHOOTS SELF MCIDENTIUir Agnes Anderson. 11. tiring at Mil Burke ava.. was recovering today from a superficial gunshot wound, aalf-inflicted by accident lata raster day at bar home. The girt, who Is a chambermaid at the Denton hotel. 1424 Sixth ava, has bam 01 for several daya. Yesterday she left work early, went home and called a doctor. While he absented himself from her room for a few mln utaa she says tha gtm waa accident alty exploded. She waa imiimfl to rfty hoapttal. where It waa found she had a flesh wound on the left aide. It was not considarad dangerous and ate waa aani borne. IWn of Um nta along Um North mm coast shuawl thsy had t strlk in* hrr» of fr»m Uuw to four tana to tl» iquw* foot. THE BHATTLB STAR HOWLING GALE WREAKS HAVOC Smashes Wlrfdows, Blows Down Trees; Boats Adrift In a «lnn« iral. wtilch lor* thru Hr.tllr but nlaht, amall naft wer. haltered, ahlpplna w*« badly ahakan Up, awnln** were whtp|*«l to ahrada and wlndnwpanca blown In. Incidentally, Lh* haary rain ctoud* wtilrh have Nn weeping on tha city fur liny* wara blown away, irtvlnK OM Hoi tba flrat rharirn ha haa had to amlle alnoa laat weak. Tlia wind blaw down a traa arrnan tba .tract at guean Anna »v* and A lull* at. Two othar traea, on* at lith and V.. Columbia, In front of a l»r» at* lion, and tha othar In front of Walla Walla achool at 14th and K. Chprry. wem alan blown ovar. An awnln* at Kredcrlrk A Mai ■on'* and anothar at Krtadlandar'a Jewelry atora, Itecond and Union, wrre blown down. A or telephona polo waa al moat anappad off al I4lh ara. H. and Klna at, al 1 41 a. m. A 60-ton boat broka looaa from Ita moortnK* naar tha city dn« pound and pounded acalnat tha a Ida of tha dock. Tha harbor department waa notlftad and ttad tha boat up. A number of aeowi alao broka from their moorlnca, but no dama*e waa dona. Hemuaa tha wind waa from tha aouth, thara waa llttla aaa kick ad up In tha harbor. Vltho hoata approaching Naattle from up Hound rapurtad buckin* into haary waalber. A door to J. 11. Wood * fo.'a, Ull Flrat ava. 1, waa Mown opao by tha wind. A lira wlra waa rrportad down at lilh and l>aiuty way. Tha atraat de partment waa nottfiad. Hit J. N. I'rathar. ttl SOtb -ara. ft, reported at 1630 laat alfbt that] thara waa a man In bar kltrhan. Motorcycle fatrolmaa C. P Follrlrh found that tha wind had amaahad la a window and that tha "man" waa a flapping blind. Off!car J. Vattdl at M«« hoard lllaaa araahtnc and foond that tba window of tha Northwaat Klactrto company at 1M PraTontaloa pi, had auorumbad to tha wtad. Tha wind raaobad It* M|h«t l» loetty at lIM thla mornlns. Safe Device FpiU Robbers in Bank BVKRKTT. Kept 14.—Praaanlad by a [latent dark* from opmlnt tha door of tba vault In tha Ktate Hank of Raat Rtanwood Hunday nlcht. rob bars obtained only a few dollar, thara. Tha city drucatora at Oraolla Kail* waa rofeba* of Ml OS. and the Htandard OH com pay at Monroa loat NTH. ftVlHKlT—Kuneral arrrlcaaheld for Daniel C. Dudd. who dl«d Frl Jay. TONIGHT •dO N'w Waahlmrtnn Hotel—Pro fraainnal lecture, by member* of the American Coegraaa of l*ur*et>»a. WEDNESDAY »m *m IMa Iltr and Prweldeaee ho.pltala—t'rofeaaioaal lecture*. MrieoM. liaa «• taiaa—oimica in city hoe pltal. b* .urireoß. Ifaa N.w Waahlnaton Hotel—Lec ture. by niffMin. A Most Unusual Sale of J Salt's Plush and Fur-Fabric Coats At Lower Prices Than We Expected Would Be Possible This Season $29.50, $55.00, $75.00 aid $95.00 lift / M /Ml v i/. UrX. n |. | j yfNfßßht* ' wWw Vj .yW|y^ppp^^^BpMMßHj| rn—mmmm mmmm—mm | i - lr \ F T* ft | * * r "' Th<> , : fjwhion^e'' shawl 1 col- eße 000111 °' excellent ji-." v *- t front U»lt formed with deep over- Warm, Long-Wearing, Luxurious As Elegant as Real Furs At a Far Lower Cost - Handsome Far Collars, Caffs and Trimmings on Many Models See These Coats Wednesday The Values Will Amaze You SECOND FLOOR—THE BON MARCHK > The Children Need New Shoes Practical Shoes for School Wear We have a complete line of Children's Shoes for school wear that will claim your consider ation. Sizes 8V& to 11, priced from $3.75 to $6.50. Sizes HVi to 2, priced from $3.95 to $7.50. CHILDREN'S SHOE SHOP—UPPEII MAIN FLOOR Boys' School Shoes Are Priced at $7.50 This Shoe is made of real calf leather in Blucher style, with round toe and broad, flat heel. It has an extremely heavy single welt sole and full leather insole—sizes 1 to 6. HOYS' SHOE SHOP—LOWER MAIN FIXXJR Ute soti/March^ KSTABUBIIED ISM Smart Far Trimmed Coat at f 75.00 Deep shawl collar, cuffs and skirt bottom of moufflon or black opossum trim this swagger model of fine quality black plush. The belt may tie be hind or in front with equal smartness. This model is lined with figured material. Three-Day Reduction in Pyralin Ivory Complete Lines off Toilet .Articles—2o% Less Mirrors, Brushes. Trays, Hair Receivers, Puff Boxes, Clocks, Candlesticks are included in this sale. You are familiar with the quality of these articles which will be placed on sale Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. TOILET OOODS SECTION—UPPER MAIN FLOOR Cotton Suitings—4oc Yard 500 yards wool-finished Cotton Suitings 82 inches wide—suitable for house dresses and children's frocks—mostly dark shades. Sheet Blankets—-$3.50 aPr. Cotton Sheet Blankets 64 by 75 inches—soft and warm—a good wearing blanket—in gray, white, tan, with pink or blue borders. FABRIC FU3OR (THIRD) Smart Plash Coat at $95.00 The pile of this plush is silky and rich-looking. The collar is of fine qual ity Australian opossum, the pockets are deep and the narrow belt goes all the way round. Lined with good qual ity silk. A very smart-looking coat for dress or general wear.