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BLAME FOR CAR MESS —AAYS Ole HANSON. Political Future Depends on System's Failure, Former Mayor Tells League Ttor thing* ma sol*» th* street Mr problem. 010 Htnmn, fortnrr Mayor, told the Munii-lpal I<oagua Taeattav noon. He did It with plain atetanK i\t and uiwni, ridicule and Hltmrnt. Ami these are tlic things he Hmtxl: "l propoa* ft rut. that not one sinele 4ollar sh.itl hereafter be taken from thu |cni>rikl fund to carry on any pabttr utility: xn-ond. that one of the beat and most experienced trnnspor tatlan npfrtu in the I'nited SUIm be <Ot*lned by the prmnt city gov ernment and told to make rood on tha otr tine; third, that the city atretg railway department ltnme«ll ateij put Into effect the economy of Mi mhi car*, and fourth, that the pvbttr utilities be removed from politic* With these four things ac captad our trouble* are at an end." ■ANSON RIDICCTJM DBPBKt lATION KIt.IRKS Haason found hla audience, which kad withered at lllanc s cafe, eager far hki worrta. He talked fully an hour and reviewed the car ottuatlon Crom every angle. "There i« no business man In thla •ommtinity." he sand. "who will agree flat after you have spent f1.200.00a la taalntalning the street car linen they have depreciated In addition thereto ItTI.OOO plus ISK.OOO. "Tl>e fact In that money ha* been spent and charged to maintenance WhU*> should have been charged to «T"«' Investment. The fart la, thera haa hren waste. The fart la, there haa be>n Inefflciem-y. The fact la. thera ban been a "lowing up of cars The Oct la, there haa been poorer aervke The fact la. everything haa been dona that could have been done to employ as men aa poaalble In the operating department SATS MAYOR INJKCTS rOUTIOi INTO CAR KITTATION "It ••em* but fair to me that with m tnayt r who s&>* tha city entered into an Impossible contract, who ap proach , tt with a feeling of antog onlKß and hatred, whose political fu ture depends upon the failurn of the public utility, the street car lines JUIIIM be placed In chargn of some ■an Who b competent and able and who will run tha Unea free from p*"tirr to make them pay. and not to make them fail. *1 dt> not charge that tha afreet aar Management at tha city hall, at tha head of which la the mayor «f tha city, haa practiced sabotage. Sat I want to call your attention to the fact that amounts have been a>III mil I for maintenance alone that ape doable the expenditure for main hßaace in other cities, and more flan sufficient to cover depreciation and Maintenance, according to bond tag aenpanlea handling eecurlUee of launched Into a vehement —gliawiit against persons who claim tha dt> made a contract, unfair to ttaetC with the Puget Sound l.ight A Power Co He declared that the •■at of producing the current If PMda at the city ligfit plant, la nearly twice much aa the contract price, and added that on this Item the city has saved In one year |SIV<»«. paring WH7.il* for a thing that cost 4UHTI! to produce. * Making a point of Inefficient man SfIPBMBt of the line* he aaid: "We took In. in IfJO, lISO.OOO more than tm ltll. ran In the last nine months AM.CM car miles less than in I*l*. MM Mpended 1200.000 more money, fn optto of the fact that the reduc tion M car miles should have saved ever $200,000. **F*pm the fact that (234.004 was Chargod off for obsolescence. In ad dttioa to a heavy charge for de piei lation. In my judgment the ■treat car line* of the city of He attle can be operated, maintained and all Interest charged paid on approximately $15,000 per day. "ISj leaves 13.000 plus per day for the retirement of the bond* as they fall due. It Is my belief that with the Inauguration of one-man cars on &0 per cent of the lines we will gain another J450.000. Tills will, of course, shorten and reduce the payroll and not only reduce the Obligation faster but In time, re doro the fare to the car rider." In the course of his addres* Ifan roon made ttjro offers. He promised to pay SI,OOO a year for five years toward the salary of an expert maimer of the lines. If the city ■aid it needed It and he offered to debute the question of the car lines with Mayor Hugh M. Caldwell any overling at the armory. In connection with the latter pro posal he mild he wanted the mayor's g«cmtury to act aa chairman of the meeting and to have charge of the distribution of the 1 ticketa ao (hat none of hla (Hanson's) friends ■night be present—"lf," he hastened to add. "I have any friends." EASTERN YEGGS STEAL $60,000 AUBURN. Neb. Feb. 22—Ye*** mom* time Tuesday ni»tht robbed the bank at Howe, Neb., Month of hem. »nd encapwl with the content* of 40 Mtfcty depoalt boxe*. The boxe* ron tainnd principally Liberty bend* Bunlc official* could not e«timat* the low. but adniltUxl It might reach 910.000. Police are looking for thre« men. an wearing red Hwcater*. who dror" Into Howe In a touring car Tuesday And loafed about town all day. CHICAGO, Keb. 23—Four naf#> «nuk«r* early today bl"w throe mitrn at the John Magnue Co., mall order taouMC, and eratped with SOO,OOO. Second Infantry to Organize Thursday Former member* of the old Wanh ln#U>n National Guard will complete , the organisation of the Second Wimh- I ingttm Infantry Aftnociatlon at the i Armory Thurarlay evening. HERE'S MORE ABOUT PROBE 'LEAK 1 STARTS ON PAGE ONE With the report In his hands, after his raid on the tavern last Krlday. the sheriff was enabled to place ae. rlous charges against the alleged proprietor* 11. N. Kchoonover, for mer policeman, and Aaron Mc I Sparen. The sheriffs raid was occasioned bv the complaint that a young girl, the daughter of a prominent family, ha«l been lured to the lllack Pat. drugged and mistreated. This girl, known as "Huth." Is today safe In the home of relatives. IWore the girl's father knew she hud been at the lllack Cat, the com mittee's operative on the "tappped wire" began 1o record phone con versation* regarding her. While her relative* wens searching the city for her. "Huth" was In com munication with the lllack Cat, and tha operative on the "taped wire" was making strenuous effort* to get In touch with tha searcher* to In form them of her whereabouts, that they might reaacua her. MUST TKIJ-a'IIONK KKCORI) Or "HI TIT The converaation regarding "Kutb," a* he recorded them, began tin January IS. when, at 4:45 p. in . the record shows, a girl'* voice called the Hluck Cat. r.lrl Helta. It M.-000 th.r*? Man Thl. la MrC%il. Olrl Do you know who tuts Ist Xaui gurs. Ituth Ars you cents* o\jt. Kuth—rtt see yes temeus* qftsrasss 1 sol |10; all hs hsH. MrlHar'n ll.lie. ti.Srle. Hull, Hello. psps. Mrrtpsren -1114 yea follow Isstraietlons Is*'. nllhl * Huth—Ves. M • *p*r#n- Was he stl Hghtt Uulli ll* wee pretty well r'ttnei Mt-Htuir»o How mucb dul you |Mf Huth Ten daitsrs. M>-*p*reti \il rtshl. Wslt kitW wants to apeak to you. Merle- Will you |ti te the Tseeen tw. nicht with me ss4 thsa we eoa both ge eut here* ituia-in he st atnett >kt tin t o'clock, ao you tan get me there. Mn'all—Hey. rail lee tomorrow before you come out. ss I msy go to tows is tho morels*. , TWO DAYS IgATKR AJUAIN (OMKS -hi nr Two day* litter. January 24. at 3 01 p. m . a man cftiH lh« Hlack Cat Many other v*rw»«t ThUi waa the ftrnt mentlan of Huth follow ins h«r conversation of th#» ZZd. Man—ls HrßpAir fM i|tf— > tHw? M Thla l« MrMp«ir Mfln TtiH la JM. Jo* Mac. (• Hut U (k«f«T -Na Jo# Well. I dM't kiMfk. M 4«*il her *r«un4 (hflrc If yott car h«tp It. u fclK'W Wl uM»r ftfe W#t|, flh« la mtrrM Joe Thai 4i*(i I rnaka an* dlffirvtet. Tou kiww ab« ah# la dan t you! No. Jo# H'r father la-lav |0 m . 'man (taring a prominent mareb*n(> »M| h» la d>nanvlta. ami aha tall« a»arytht«« aha knowa. f'n» not |«inf to bo»* bar around my plara mr nmra, and If I «ai >ou t wouldfi't «a »ha will r|«M you ttp aa atiro aa bait M<-tfp*r*n Alt rlfbt. Jm: aiaeli ©bU g—i to you. t all mo up aaala. Joo- Ail right. Mac. Rl TH CAIJfi IT THK BLACK CAT On the «uuna day. at p. nv, Huth callM the Hlark Oil liutb- Hello, MM; bow im awytfcta# T MrHpar»iv- -All right Kolb -la MeOall tbaraf MrMparan Yaa M«caii—Malta; wbat yaa «rta*f WO I a*a yaa liainai abM I e<*«na laf Kutb—thm ran I aaa yaa* M<*< all —Too rail ma op betwoaa ItrM and 1 aaQ I'll try to got that It a'rioek boo aad meat yaa at taa Bvaratt tatar urban. Joo fUard rallod and aald aoma tblag. I'll toll you aomoiblag tomorrow wb«i I aao you Huth I think thafa a madoop of oJa'a Mra'all—Wall. I'll aaa ywa tomorrow. Tan mlnutoa later, at I 11. Maria callog Ule rnadh- nao. Marie - H.llo, how mrm year What ara you d«ts| ? K' Kp«r*»—Vorhtag. fc haowy la hart Milai pork cUfa I h«ar4 yoa bought a now hat. Mart*—Who toM mt MrSparoe Ruth j<aet ratted op a w%o* ago. Wbor* ara you going tonight? Marie —l'm going lo rail clan. Mrftpareaa—Call ana up before you (ana 1 eni. KATK BROWN HRARM RI TH WENT TO PORTIAXD It wm* five day* before Ruth's nam® wm again mentioned In tele phone conversation* at th* Black Cat. On January 29. at 1210 p. m. a woman called and McCall annw«>m! the phone. The woman waa Kate Hrown. occupant of room 18, Hum aid* hotel. Kate tnd pea hear Ituta vert to Portland ? Mr<aii—Tm. Oeodby. Kight mtnutNi elapsed, and McCaU called central. MrOaUl—Millard 41TL ItaD«t Hani; rould I apeak to KttUt T Ant It—Hello. RwTh. thla t« Var. Hew art you? Kuth —Pretty good. M'' all—bo you vent tm go away tn nlfht 7 Rut h—f don't Irnow. TVy vtnt mo to ■toy h*r«. Woo there anyone looking for me out there loot night ? MeCall — No. Itut h— I heard t hero waa JfeCalt I Just waa talking to Kate. and Lillian told her that I had another (Ttrl. but that ahe hod gone to Portland and that aha had Ntt«r not atay In tow*> I'll try and aeo you If I ran r«( In. and If 1 don't why, It'a alt right fur you to atay there tonight, anyway. Ruth —All right. M'<;all - Well, goodhy. sweetheart. "HIIJJK" M.HO HKARB Bl TH IH AWAY February l, at 1:25 p. m.. a girl. Hlllte. wax In conversation wltli MtV Call and McSparen. I'll"* Did you iiear I'.nth bad geno to Portland? Mae—Tea. Itlllle—Well, ft*a funny she didn't rome tip to aee u* Her old man waa looking for her laat night. M*' Well. Ml hare Mae call yon when he «omea In. Hilly- -All right: goodhy. Within an hour, at 4.26 p. m_ Ruth horaelf phoned the Hlaek Cat. Ruth Hello. Mar. when are you com ing oter? Mf rail—Who la thta—Rnth? Ruth- - Tea Mr.rnll Mae fMrflparen) a lift bark yet. I'll rnme over aa noon aa lie g«ta berk. Call me up again, honey. Ruth —AJI right, honey. MrCALL IS ABLK TO OKT RI TM ALL TIIK TJMK McCall called central again at 7:10 p. m and asked for Ballard 4535 L Hello, hello. Hasel7 Raze I—Tea Mrrall—Thla la MeOall. Can I apeak to Ituth? Hallo Ituth. Htanley la rom- i Ing over here, ao I'll get him to bring me over there. Did you tall Hazel the reaaon you rauna out there? Ruth—-Yea. MrCaU—Well, I'll aee yon after a bit. Good by. A few minute* after thla conversa tion, Ituth phoned the Klurk Cat. asking tor MoCalL McSparen re plied: •*Ha*a en tiia way ever there. Who la thla. Kuth?™ Ruth' Y«a ta fttantey arlth hliat W' Mparen- - T.a. Ituth -All right. At 10:15 o'clock the an me ere. nlng, Kate waa In communication with McHparen. M'flpam—Mac (MrCalT) haa left. Ha English Pone Girl Decor by King May Ranncmian TXJPmON, Feb. 11. Miss May llannerman of tllitsgow, Hcotlsnd. lias l>een dworated by King (leorge for services in the world war, Hhe had charge of all Itritlah tele phones for three year*. Marshal llalg cited her. HERE IS MORE ABOUT 3 ROBBERS STARTS ON PAGE ONE o«i« ruff. Tha ruff* wcra paaard thru tho M t«r*. PUmon wrai Into th« ><« i( room. 11l N ON IHUXSKK UtiHTM CIUAJUCTTK Tha rubber who atayrd In the room laid hi* gun on Uio dreaaer, look out • ri»ar«l oa*e and lit a rtf»r»l. )lr smok«l * lowly, but aald nothing, while l*Olaon and I'onley »>«! him, posted. Thrn from th» nut room ram* the voir* of (he unirrti robbrr a«aJn: "Qo rinc for the wraion." he Mkl Tw sot thla fellow MarttiML We'll tak* them all to Jail." The robber. who had fluhM the •tar. dropped hi* clgaret In a »hI» baeket antl l«*fl Fifteen mtnutM later, Conley and I*olaen l»rjm» a war* that Uwy had not born arreotcl but robbed It wu three hour* before they could m»« an alarm. •IH> you think th»#a m»n could hare brrn officer*?" Conley waa axliil Wedneaday KOOMH HKNTKD OV Tl KHDAV. I IIM'K SHOWS "Wall. I don't know," he replied. "I think tho they w rrm bootlrnm. II waa a pretty frame up. And we didn't pi pur bottle. Tha two reomi were rented by three man at 3 p m. Tuaaday. In quiry at tha botrj office nhrrwa*. An rirnllant dearrtptjon of tk» two rob bera were slven by tha two vlrttrwa. ('onlay la an auto salesman and lived In tha Igartlnlqua apartment*, Klshlh avr and t'nlon at. I'olarn la an aartnear, until raoaatly em ployed at ln.lrp*nd»Bca. ft* Uvea at JIM HUth ave EVERETTS IS NOT BOMBER "It*» not bo," aaid Chief of Police (1. R. I>e*n, of Ab»rd<«n. Tanntar, vim shown Jwn Everett*. held here ■lupM-tnl of planting 3C aUcka of dynamite um)»r the Amwloin I/eg lon hall at Aberdeen February I. while mor* than 100 ex service mm were within. "He's too dark." Chl«y>ean added Sheriff F.lmer (llbaon. "(irwi Har bor county, alao declared that Rver ett* wm not the bomber. Kveretta haa maintained hla Innoretve of thla charge since arreated by Hergt P. K K»»(i> and Patrolman K. M iMrnell Haturday night. Kver'tt and fleer*, Roberta are charged in superior court with high way robbery. Kred Hay. 1134 Broad way court. Identifies them an the rob ber* who held him up at 11th an and K. Terrace at. Saturday night. X-Ray la Undoing of Leo; He's in Jail PKNVKR. Feb. St.—l. Illoom mlacaed a valuable ring. l*o I*rice, a negro, waa arretted. Leo denied any knowledge of the Jewelry. Ilia atom ach waaa X rayed, the ring ahowed In the photograph, flloom haa hla ring and Leo la In jail. Six Soldiers Hurt in Auto Plunge j AHTOIUA. r>r*.. F*b. tb#tr way from Kort to a danr* h«r* laM night, nix Koldl*ni wrrw injured when their auto ftkldd«»d an<l dived ovrr a 40-foot bluff. 9 Guardsmen Held on Murder Charge HAMILTON, Ala., Feb tt—Flrat degree murder charge* filed againat nine Alabama National (luardsmcn, held In connection with lynching of William rtalrd, coal miner, at Jaapcr, last month. Thtese Seattleites Will Hobble Awhile A lot of Heattlelte* will be hobbling around atlff In the joints for the negt few daya! Laat of the mountaineer* who took port In the four-day hike In the Cascade* returned to Seattle Tueodtiy night. In not connected with m# any mow. If* Is thru iU'l lining to Portland with a Jan*. Ilii In no K"Od here. he keep* too many people away. At 10:4r# M< Hparrn Attain phoned Kate, railing Main r,lt»3 and unking to npeak to Mm. Hrown. MrHpsr«-n ff«>llo. honay. Thin Is Mac. H«v, ] w»»nt to *«-t In fetich with Mc ''nil. <J*t him out «t Hmlthy'a now. <Jat him to call thin woman It In thin wom an from Vanaouvar Hh* hum a hunch of dope to d<llv»r. and I think It I* hi* Jana—May. Hh« I* out at Hmlthy'a and Kuth la th*r* with him I would not let him May h*r* with her Hha w*nt to Portland, but sha got off the train at Ta coma and rama back by Ihia! If this aoman In hi* Jan*. M»y, halt will pop wh»n ah* finds out Mac has Jluth ou llta sirinj. THE SEATTLE STAR DEBS ISOLATION IS UNDER PROBE Mrs. Debs Unable to Hear From Husband WASHINGTON. Fsb. 2.1 Hepnrt mont of Ju*Mc# order* to hold Ku gene V. Debs Inrußimunlrado at At lanta penitentiary, will ha called to the attention of Pmaldant Wl'mm day, It w.ia announced at the White House At the MUlie time, Whit* Housn of fldal* denied that they wrre respon slbl* for Hie order, or that they knew of It, until they reud of It In newspapers. • • • TKnttK IIAI'TK, Ind. Feb. 21. Mr*. HU(i>ne V. I >ihs, a«nd and broken In health today, haa been waiting for word from her husband for two week*. An order baa tw-en laetied try the government whleh forbid* l>eb»* be ing held In Atlunta federal prison, for violation of the espionage law, from communicating with tho out aid* world. Hlnne hla Imprisonment. Mra Deb* had received regularly a letter a week until a few day* ago, when the letter* wero rut off. -NOTHING THKY CAN IHI MATT Kit*," MIIK KAYS "It* all right, nothing they ran do matter*," she wild today. In her llttla home In Term Haute Hhe ■ topjied abruptly a* a fit of roughing n4tnl her. Hhe rented her throat a minute, and then continued: "We are no more apart now than [We were. We will be In Ju*t a* cloas j touch an If the weekly letter* wers ! passing between U*. Hhe roughed again and rallied faintly, iw *he grasped the arm of Ihe ea*y chair In which ah* waa re clining. "Gen* know* what I would aay to him If I could writ*, and I know what he would aay to me. an really It lan't any punishment." aha said Frtmd* of Mra |w>b* a*id It h only an Indomitable aplrttfhal keep* her up. even tho *he hoa 1 ""*■ n denle<l communication with her companion of 3< \ears "The wife of th* socialist leader I* vtaibly thinner than a few week* ago. Her fane I* flu*hed with fevar, and her thick roll* of white hair, usually an tamutlfully made up. wera ' in a hasty knot and none too smooth. \i w \>s wsui mom SIIK UKITKM TO HIM A -ked If |>cba knew of her lllneaa. j *he replied: *f>h. no; I never tetl him anything like that. I am always perfectly well when 1 wtfce to Gena" Mr*, tleb* aald the punishment of "thunder* of silence" meted out to her husbaad waa aura Is bt • blow to him. "G»ne liked to writs to hla friend* t and have them mil on him." she said "The Interview waa given oat I by Gene, In whtrti h* wan reported I *aylng that I'rraldent Wllaon, and not he. should be the one seeking a parr lon. waa tho cause of It all " Mr* Uabe aald the last letter *ti* received from her huatautil told of a visit from Zimballst, U>e Kuaatan pianist Announcement that T>eha would be hald Ineemmunicado waa mad* last week In Washington by I), ft Dkjc erwon. superintendent of federal prl» on*. I'nder It. I»eb* la forbidden to see attorney*, vial tor* or to WTtta and receive letter*. w__ _ MOTHERS! The garments offered here were bought direct from the maker at a re markable concession in price. They arc the very finest Wash Dresses and Creepers that the Bar gain Basement has ever offered at any price and go on sale Thursday at tremendous savings. They are nil made of Parkhill Toile du Nord, one of the finest and most durable wash materials, the name alone being a guarantee of fast color and high quality. All buttons are first quality. The needlework is perfect. The styles uncommonly attractive. Note especially how generous the maker has been with his materials. Tn plaids and solid colors of green, blue, brown, tan and pink. Creepers ) (tl OA Twelve Styles (AB Qjf Sizes 6 Months to 3 Years ) T * #V/V Wash Dresses ) djl Af s i xSl y ,e# . ichLjj Sizes 2 to 6 Years ) Wash Dresses ) A A Fourteen Styles } Jl/. Sizes 7 to 14 Years ) * ** Wash Dresses (dJO AC JtZISZ Yeari JEALOUS WIFE SHOOTS SPOUSE Says He Was Paying Atten tion to Another -r have a huaband of my own. ' What would I want with htm? And If I hod wanted him I would have taken him. for this la a freo coun i try." Mr*. Hophle Paktin, mother of two children, unburdened heraelf of this Indignant denial when confronted with the charge of Mr*. Alice <'h« I sin that *ha had trying to*te.«l tho love of Chaban. ('habun I* In rlty hospital, shot twice In the neck. He la not In serl mi* condition. Mr*. «linbnn shut < 'ltalian In their home at 142» Heat tie blvd. Tuesday afternoon, during what defective* aay waa a fit of jealous rage. Mra. Chahari charge* tint she and OuUian have quarreled since New Year's day over hla al leged attentions to Mr*. I^kun. Mrs. I'ekun's husband Is In Han Francisco. After Mrs. Chabaji had shot har husband twice, the Jamming of a third bullet In the barrel of Ihe gun prevented her from slaying hi in on the spot. EBERT ESCAPES ASSASSIN SHOT Bullet Fired at President of Germany TIKTU.IN. Feb. A shot fired at President Friedrlrb Kberfs house a few da»i ago narrowly mi**ed killing a guardsman. It waa learned today. Authorities made every effort to keep tb* incident secret. The shot apparently oarns from Ihe roof of former Htate Secretary Kublinann'a house, arroaa Wllhelm straasa from ths president's r*al dence. Guardsmen Immediately rushed the Kultlman b"me, but found no on* there etrept the porter, who de claisd the ahot could not possibly have come from that realdrnre. He suggested It might have been fired from soma neighboring roof. The bullet pierced the helmet af the Kt>ert guardsman. It apparently was nearly apent when It stturV. The I pert bom* sits well hark from the street. Newspapers refrolnad from pub lishing the incident. Search Warrants for Booze Are Banned KANHAH rrrY. Feb IJ - No more search warrants will ha l*aued against home* where they merely have "It" and hold 'it." t'nltod Htate* State* Commissioner a. L». Beardaley announced yesterday Members of Legion Talk Unemployment ItrprnvnUUfm of nltw AtmrfiM l/»flan pMta In Klflf cmtnty m< , l In ton(w»n<* it th« WMhiMlon Ann»-» TnMMter. >t th* mil of Thorn** N SWTVIK. ■t*t» r<Jirnn*n<l»r. Art*rtr*l> luUon, honjilulimtlon arxl r»lt»f of unemployment w«f» lofrtm dlnruiuml. Hlmlt&r mrninifw win b« h*!<l qiuu terly. Air Mail Pilot Is Killed in Crash HAN FIUNCIHOO, Feb. 23 W F. Lewi*, air mall pilot. w«* killed yesterday when hi* plan* foil at Klko, Nevada. Ixwis wax pi lot Ink mi* of the Iwo plane* I hut l*'f t here yesterday morning In un attempt to Ndnlillffh a rwonl for t ran scon tl* ix-ntal mail m-rv ice. ANCIIOKAOH l>r. J. It. Hasaon, feared lost on Kalny I'aaa trull, ar rive* safely from Idltarod. The soitMarch£ UHTABMIMIKD 1«M Honoring the memory of the late A. J. Rhodes—The Bon Marche will close its doors from 2 to 3 o'Clock Thursday afternoon. This Season We a Smart Spring Suit for $39.50 A Collection of Inexpensive Suits That Offers a Wide Choice / —Modish Suite—excellently made of tricotine, / \ serge and velour checks, favored materials for ( \ Spring wear. / \ —Semi-fitted, box and ripple effects, are braided \ and stitched, some in two-color combination—those mßwi with side and back slashes bound with military XpV braid are specially good looking. fit f —Plain and fancy linings. qJM Other New Spring Suits • ( |7 i at $50.00 and s7\ || / —are here in many pleasing styles—versions of \ f/Vv - every new Spring mode are represented in these col- v tit£/ lections—beside the very newest ideas in lines; embroideries and braiding are smart features of trimming. second moon—' THE bon marchh Inexpensive Wool Dress Goods for the Home Dressmaker The woman who makes her own clothes will welcome the new and lower prices on All-wool Coatings and Suitings. And the Bon Marche is very glad to be able to offer such really fine values as these at this season of the year: 54-Inch All-Wool French Serge $2.65 A very serviceable, finely-woven French Serge in the dark shade of navy blue. We have about 600 yards of this quality in a weight suit-' able for dresses, skirts and suits. 54-Inch All-Wool Suiting 40- to 50-Inch All-Wool $2.35 Yard Plaids $2.50 Yard These suiting* were bought specially We've some splendid patterns in this —that's reason for this low price. All- All-wool Plaid, especially good for J wool Suitings in diagonal weave, for skirts or children's dresses. Many 1 coats, suits, skirts and children's coats pretty combinations of colors, includ —in nary, brown, Copen and tan. ing navy, brown, green and others. FABRIC FUOOR—<THIRD> 'A New Apron Model for Apron Day 4^^ The "Isobel," a Clever New -sjJ a Style as Sketched, at $1.95 —Made of a good quality gingham in stunning Ajjgli large plaids; the pockets, sash and trimming are in plain colors to match—an exceptionally good value jtWvtt at $1.95. SECOND FIjOOH—THE BON MARCHH SKjjiljfft 36-Inch Percales 20c Yard Yard-wide Percales—white grounds, with neat stripes and figures—lengths from 2 to 15 yards. 1 36-Inch Stratford Cretonnes 20c Yard |/\\ « Light-colored grounds with neat stripes and figures— \ FABRIC KIX>OR —(THI RT») B B 30-Piece Dinner Sets at an Unusually Low S—sJ 1 Price—s4.9B 250 Dinner Sets of* high-grade American ' Semi-porcelain Dinnerware. Your choice of Hi TBI the " Blue Windmill" or "Bluebird" pattern. set consists of 6 Dinner Plates Kr— ■ —T3 6 Dessert Plates* -^ r *&' 6 Fruit Sauce Dishes 6 Tea Cups—6 Tea Saucers ———- —I—Vegetable 1 —Vegetable Dish and Meat Platter in the same pattern can be bought separately. ; a rP^M,IIASKMKNT—UNION STREET SIDE Mail Aviator Lands After Night Flight CHICAOO, Feb 2.1 Aviator John It. Knight swooped down from the sky In a successful lundlng at f'heckerboard field here today, at H42 a. in.. after a night flight from < irnnha. The aviator waa carrying the mail from Han Francisco to New York In the day and night croaa-country flight. Knight took the mail at Cheynne, Wyo, late yesterday. Eight Persons Deadfl in Trolley CraJJ KHBL/TOW, Conn.. l"«-b JJ. —Twjf ♦ roll»y c *rn on tho nrldf*p<>rt link ton lino rollid«"<l l»«»'l "n h<»r« y*t>t»-r --day. killing *I*M |»-f*ona and injur ing 2S. Tii« motorman ot on» <>f tha nri, and four child ran, rurmln* frtun 1 to IS ytt.ru. ar<- amoriK llw defl. HAORAMKNTO.—CoI. <•"*** T», K»ll'»K«r. d«-|»ar!m'-nt commander "f f». A. 11. for California and Ncvad-i. daail.