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FRIDAY-SATURDAY SPECIALS— —no C. 0. D. or phone orders; one to a purchaser—these specials, except clocks and comb, will be delivered. jgL r Mi* French Ivory JllfV water beaters HS dock: special— * MHE29HB J*HL- $19.85 > Hgf —exactly «" pictured: rery «till. .*£& —medium size JTFFY water heater, * i N^' uoor / suitable for 30- or 40-gallon hot water tank; just touch a match to the burner and you Ret enough hot - -rIW water in 10 minutes for dishwash ing and in 15 to 25 minutes enough I for bath water; NO CHARGE for garden bose: special— installing; special Friday-»Satur -4*4, ne day, $19.83. T *' ' " V- Tinnn FLOOR -/ rtnl*r prtw 911.M —ift-fL lenttha: S-ply aheet- f~~^ ~~~™~™~" — ln»; fine quality rubber: regular price 111 50: xp-i lal Frlda> -Saturilny. 94.73. rrgmlar prk* B— —square pointed ahovel und« of hard eteel; regular price ■ llles^Lj^^aMMHH^BliNllßlllT' 11—; apeclal Friday-Saiur- V lni day. »"ci ehovel£* f plfturyJj - *"* J *thirii KUOOH r— this sanitary conch reduced more d>CT J§ g S~\ than one-third was $9.50; new »pQ«"w ■ a I \J~Vf —fury comfortable and etron*ly made sanitary coarli: alma whan opened 70x43 Inrhaa; also whan closed TOxJl Inch**; haa ateel wire fabric aprlnm and supported at each end by II helical aprlnc" and supported la centar by • ateel coll springs; regular prloa lt.10; special Friday-Saturday. tA.44. flfac —eanltary art Uck mattress to nt couch, special Friday-Saturday. IKtJw' (7JH «Y W■II T U w/wa Hiut ■■■■ ss? rassT clock: special— ■ wwe ' • $1.38 EXTRA SPECIAL! -I- ~ . good quality ivory comb— "~£d?? —fc«*TT wall mad* eomha; either tm nam and — « « also dial; regular price *I.M: ar all coarae teeth; aa extra special value; r»I * ■ ■gy special Friday - Saturday. ular price M —( special Krlday-Haturday , MAtM FLOOR ■ : y un tovu • wrrn otm nan • " r -ytw I HOMES FOR RENT Aff/JT|TSA RENTAL DEPARTMENT _e.He.iee StandaxfKlfflpniitaxeGa S? > 'ifTASuaNiO' «K|jß|Hr v J smsha 7j£2£i* Demands $15,000 for Loss of Her Father Claim for fIS.OOO was filed with the city council Wednesday by Mrs. Hettie Young as the guardian of Jessie Lucile Inman, minor daugh ter of John Inman. park department employe, who was killed May 13 while operating a steam roller on Iskt Washington blvd. Inman'a clothing caught on a I The Big Raise on Our Rent I I Drives Us Out of Business I I For 24 days more we will give you bigger bargains than any store in town. I ■ You better hurry and come to our store and buy all you can afford—our prices H I SPECIALS IN BEDDING i : .*.751 ■ 81*99 Pequot Sheets $1.75 , Extra heavy Turkish Towels, ■ ■ 72*99 Pequot Sheets $1.60 „ 2 ® xs £ at . * * uA* ••••••••• I ■ 72*00 Pm,«i <jk« (u B1 ,luck Towels ' white and colored ■ I 45x36 Pequot Pillow Cases 45<? Men's Two-piece Underwear, I ■ 42x36 Pequot Pillow Cases Men's Union Suits, light or heavy ■ ■ 42x36 Pillow Cases, made from Pequot weight, at $1.25 I I Unbleached Pillow Casw, heavy "S SHOES SHOES I I 40-inclt heavy* Unbleached Sheeting, * ,^L a _ rC C M" g ol ? t ou ' e " ,ire st<M * I ■ per yard nhoes—l,.>oo pairs of shoes must ■ ■ 31-inch heavy Muslin, yard.V.. .. . ,7t ?* Bold re « ard,esH of Read th «* R I and floral designs, yard 65«* m!"' S eii, hoeS i I Bedspreads, 80x90, at $2.00 J! » 8 u^! oes, y H I Extra heavy Spread $3.95 v ei \£ ■ I Comforters, full size $2.15 X" } 1 " Sco "tShoes... H I Comforters, made of the best sateen I I and sllkoline $2.95 Women s High-top Hiking Boots $3.95 H I Comforters, made of heavy sateen; wnltw i" K n. B «is I I reg. $8.50 values; sale price. $3.95 m™ . s !ifo'r 1 " 8 I I Blankets, Oregon wool, 5-pound Mens Leather Slippers ..$1.95 I ■ „. we . lght ' at * 5 - 95 Indies' Khaki Hiking Suits beftt make, I ■ Blankets, 6-pound weight $6.95 the suit $7.00 B ■ Fancy Baby Blankets 78* Bathing Suits at big reductions. ■ I ALASKA DRY GOODS CO. I ■haft and his akull was fractured by a plunger. lira Tours contends that the dty failed to furnish a crew of two men for the steam rofler. as la required by ordinance, and that Inman'a life might hare been saved If another man had been aboard the engine. VKNTT.'RA, Cal. Eagle whose nest he was trying to reach kills Juan OonaOes, 11. Yellow Rain Is Alaska Ptienom DAWSON ("ITT, T. T.. Jul* Dry, yellow rain has fallen from the cHtoda her*. The substance is sup posed to be a mixture of sulphur from some volcano In the Far North and pollen from pine tree* carried by the clouda liutU released above tills community. THE SEATTLE STAR AGED RECLUSE IS MURDERED Found In Shack, Head Crushed, Gagged, Bound VANCOUVER, Waah., June Authoring* today ar* Invalidating the dratth of Ben Rich, Ag*>d rfduiw, found dead In hi* Muu-k near Ridge field, near here, li»t«* yeaterday. Itlch'R hrwui had been crunhed by a blow from a hwvy Instrument, he wa* ic<mg"l ftm| htM hand* and feet tied Tho had been commit ted Homo time Hunday or Monday, It Im believed. Kobltery la aligned a* the probable motive. Ui«h luiN lived In thin neighbor hood for *everal y *nm. and wti known to b« of mlnttrly habit*. Money which he la fttipt>ori*d to havn hidden 111 hla nha«*k protwibly furnUhed the incentive for the crime, tt In believed. Convicted I. W. W. Mutt Go to Prison OLTMPIA. Jon® Britt Smith unci Mix other 1. W. W. convicted of second egree murder for the killing of four ex-service men at Centralia on Armistice day, till, nre dented a rehearing by lb* state supreme court. They can now ha ranornd from the Montesano Jail to the penitenti ary. where they art sentenced to serve 2t to 40 yenrs. # Magazine* Editor to Address the Chamber W. V. Woehlka, editor of Bimset nmgaxine, wiy lie the speaker at the t'hamlwr of Commerce M»ml*ni' Council luncheon. Masonic club rooms Friday noon. His subject will lie conditions on the Pacific Coast In relation to world affairs. •••arasl remwtr. ran Jm Kmmt aurmt>• fea Prm etc ■>■>—■■> far y—i a«l> •« Nreow*. Wms far fraa Uat Uaa*> MHelOb UeNtitU Owrj asa. tisMillni 9%m Bmf 1 svffrrad for » )■■! wHfc Km mm M fM aarejura. Alf«eal ail #»tr Ma i. KAf#nU-NE Mx M M IN M Mil, Sn4 I strap !.«a • plawWf "-J IMMb, Aml*«iwa hiria. I»M sd 6->ln< W Hartell's Itrwg Slare. ISM B*rea As I EYES I ■ Oil SPECIALTY I m 9 M MI I SEE OUR SPECIAL I I M Clistet I | GLOBE OPTICAL CO. I ■ lilt WESTLAKB AVK. ■ ■ M«wo Hke udrtMlta. ■ DR. E T.HARVEY (K*Pre»ldrr,t Mlrhlgan 8W« Board DmUl Kumlnert) Dental Surgeon Diagnostician Pyorrhea Specialist X-Ray Laboratory lllthest Ordrr of fbitwtllon Work I>on« Kumlmllnn and EillMto Kwo 504 12 Eitel Building MSCCfNO AND I'ltiK BKATTLK | aooT n -* T Mm axiiTM x" e «"r 7^^^MWVMO* ENDS FOOT MISERY CaJ-e-ode pnritivehr fivea quirk reM and kMtnid retulta It praetrwea (he pant and ruaini the eaaae (Plmut* I la each package lor Suborn Com) METROPOLITAN ..TSS.SUN., JUNE 12 Wllk a Miliar* Hftfarrtiij CwMCOHANS COMKDIANS <3U BIGGEST Musical Com coy Majßrn* Succcss jIL On Earth Jlgf NAM ISNTIT ftSjffl A GRAND OLD NAME j SEATS NOW HUdf kvkAiko* sn« i» n.H MAT. MAT. ftltr la *2.00 TAX NOTFt raal«lT»ly aaly iivili. rniri.|rarnl >1 "Mary" la thr Stat* of Waah laatna. Banjo Fiends Supply Jazz at Clemmer Introducing John and Bill Mitchell, the syncho banjo fiends. The boys are former University of Washington students, members of the Glee club, and needless to say, they are receiving a routing wel come the Clemmer this week, where they are appear ing in conjunction with the feature photoplay. John and Bill have just returned from a tour of the Eastern states. Flying Cowboy Up to New Thrillers Ivan DeVllllcr*. the "flying cow boy," announced Thursdny that he will perform a new series of dare devil f<«ts on Bunday when the butcJirra hoid their plimlc at For tun.t park. Ue will ride any hocking horse that anybody cares to bring around Alwohe will stage a 1,000-foot para chute drop and will pay SZS to any body who ran ride a bucking man. DeVllllcr* being the bucking man. He will buck on hla hands and kttees. Would Reorganize Morris Bond Firm PORTLAND. Ore.. June ».—John U Etheridce, who was manager of the defunct bond bouse of Morris Bros.. Inn, her*, Appealed to the creditor* of the coocem today to pur chase the assets of the com pane, with a view to reorganlmtlon and re sumption of boMneMt In » drdnar letter Met to those hnlftn cAalma agaJnst the bond house, which went bankrupt because of alleged malappropriatlon of funds derived from the sale of Interim cer tificates, Ktheiidge appealed for sup port, In order that the company might have a chance to recover 'dol lar for dollar* money due Its credit ors. Shipping Board Is Confirmed WASHINGTON, June fc—The sen ate today confirmed the nominations of six members of the shipping board named by President Harding The seventh member, former Sena tor Chamberlain, was confirmed yes terduy. A LAXATIVE «. 100 P«sr Out Pure. Do owoy with cokhtipatiok and dincord uiony troubW und 111* to wTuch the bo man body I* subjected. - .» y iM Ilf WIIITK PAPKII w BOX ftOr No Ktrcotlca, PoMono. Salt# or OIIMML MADE IN SEATTLE Knt*n on food bcforo rottHfiff. For oal* by all I>ru«rKl«t* Fruit-a-Lax Mfg. Co. 2021 A*f. HUMAN BAKE OVEN Conquers Asthma and Rheumatism Mrs. O. K. Ffcdnem, whose address is 2000 14th AVe. West, gives the following statement for publication: t w» a mnatant »ufferer from . Rheumatism for T yearn, and as long as I can reiuemibei my breathing boa bothered ma. I deduced con tinually etnee 1915. I esvn took a trip to Rochester, Minn, to coniult Drs. Mayo, but It remained for Dr. Dooghney's curative plan eating and hl» Human Hake Own to com pletely overcome bath of my com-' plaints. When Dr. Loujchney first told me It was wrong eating that caused both the rheumatism snd ' usthma, I could not believe It. but i 1 found out he wan fixing others up, ae I took the treatment and actnally within 4* hours, 1 was fust more than surprised to find my asthma had disappeared and I could breathe fine and normal us anyone, end the rheumatism wai as quickly relieved, and after five bnkes all of the stlffjiess and pcln had left me I'm mighty pleased arid 1 gladly pant Dr. Leughney the privilege of pubikbtog my letter In the paper. 1 HERE'S MORE ABOUT GIRL AGENT STARTS ON PAGE ONE peddler from Chicago leave the hotel and trail him. All n. m. we unit to tha aide en trance of the Milwaukee to cull on ISddle to make final arrangement* for the bin delivery. He told u« the Jap who owned the big plant would i.ot be back for four or five hour*. We a*ree<] to meet him latar at Uie Oka ru. Everything w«n going nicely. Somewhere the federal hud rot hold of a $5,000 roll to show Eddie when we reached the Okuru to keep our appointment- Kddle came with Mru. Ilu, hla white wife. We ail aat down In a hox and ordere<l a meal. The t&.OOO roll waa flaahed at the proper time, tha fed eral said he hod already engaged a mm to carry the dope Kant for us and srninged to get 100 ounce* of morphine and 140 ounce* of cocaine delivered at 1 o'clock neat mornlnic. Hu asked him to lie at the Milwau kee at 11 o'clock that night to meet th« head Jap. who owned the nar colics we war* buying. JV'HT A HAMPI.E; HE TAKES IT AI.L Thia waa agreed upon, and Mrs Tig put her hand In the bosom of her wujat and pulled out an ounce t>ottle of cocaine which aha handed to us to "sample." The federal took It, bottle and aJL to her mild surprise, arul thank»-d her for It. stowing It In hie pocket. Khe had Intended It only for us to sniff. but waa too good a sport to objoct to loelng all. We left them and hurried to my hotel for a conference. Inspector Hans llimm and aeveral other po lice officer* were there with dome White Cross worker*. We luld our plann for catching Hu and hlsAis Jap dope merchant. At 11 o'clock the federal went to the Milwaukee to keep hie appoint ment with Hu. He rum&lned there waiting until 130 a. in, when Hu arrived with the Jap. who looked the federal over to hla satisfaction and agreed to have all our order there for delivery at 7 a. m. After another light meal -mesln were plentiful Just then—the federwl left the Milwaukee to meet Harry Kmlth. he.id of the Pacific CvaM nun-otic division, and a squad of Kan Kruncbtco agents. TUAP \U. SET; KIND IIIKDS HAVE rLOWN At I o'clock Inspector Damm. Police Chief Bearing and the reel of ui< congregated at a meeting place near the Milwaukee At T o'clock the federal entered the Milwaukee, hurried to Hu'a room, opened the door—tha pluce was empty. The birds had flown! There wan no sign of Ho. hla white glrlwife or tha Japanese. Our biggest deal In dope bad (ailen | thruL It «u a sad party of ofTi c lals and Whl'e Cium work an, that broke up thai morning, amply , handed. The dragnet waa spread for Eddie llu. They found hhn at fit Spring St, In a room where he'd hidden with hla white wife. Ha mad* a statement that he and the Jap had taken our lit ounoee of narcotics to his room In th* Milwaukee at 4 10 o'clock that morning, but Just before 7 had re ceived an anonymous telephone communication warning htm to "look out for tho federal," and tliey had fled. I Mjrr another United States agent made a ~ connection" with Hu. That Is he "made a buy." Two police men hidden on the third floor of the Milwaukee witnessed the trans action and arrested the Chlnamun. His bond waa fixed at He made the bond—ttoey always da The evidence showed that Hu was the confidential agent of "tho head Chinaman," whoever he be That's why I say M's a mystery. Gately's New Store at 1427 Fifth Ave. Batneai Pike uri I'nka gm<a in now open for tnatmn with * complete line of Men'*, Touifß Mon't and HojV Hultft. Coats, Ilata, Shorn and I'TirnbitKng*. I>r<-*a \Ce!J— Merer Miss the Mon«'y fftrictly One Price, £oah or Charge. 1427 Fifth Ave. IMmon Plbe and L'nkwi Smt* If yon want quick results, Just to Dr. Loughney, I'll say. ILKS. O. K. FADNEBS. NOTK. —l)r. Loughm-y's Itake Oven treatment office* are located at 405 Olive st., Seattle, opposite Tillies Bldg. Dr. I.ougliliey is unstated by competent lad* nurses. Hours 0 a. m kt<> 8 p. m. Sundays, 9 to 12 only. Telephone Main 6242. All invalid or bedridden cases are treated In Dr. I.oughney's Bake Oven Sanltarl :um In Kirkland. Write for treu lit <iratur« and ret'sreucug HERE'S MORE ABOUT JAPAN PRINCE STARTS ON PAGE ONE Ing?" "(ml - the prince broke In "mil Ingly, without walling for the Irmna Utlon. The prince again turned to the In terpret i-T and upoke rapidly. When he hud Dnl«lied npeaklng he drew 'hlm'i<*tf again In military (tiffnftxM. while thu tr.innla.tlon waa being given in*. "Hit hlghnea* command* me to deliver to you a meaxaire to the peo pi* of the United KUiea," the Inter prefer wild. Ho then gave me thin formal atat fo ment. " 'I hav» long cbcrliihed the dealre to vl/dt the United Htatea and meet her people. I hope It will only be a deferred pleasure. " 'I know full well to * fu*i t degree ]untl'« and freedom are valued In America and that no effort* are ever ■pared hy her people In the cauae of humanity. ** 'I hope Japan and America may always be found working band In hand, not only to our mutual bore, fit. but to inmira luting peace thru out the world.' " PAWBOX crnr, Y T.—Jam*« B CNelTl, pioneer hotel man, dead. COMING SATURDAY D. W. GRIFFITH'S GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT "DREAM STREET" A dramatic masterpiece based on character? of Thomas Burke, conceived from two stories, "GINA OF CHINATOWN" —AND— "THE SIGN OF THE LAMP" A J>2 : how at pnpuiar jit iocs: Matinees, , Kven.r;- and Sundays, 50c; WINTER GARDEN Choose from 856 HATS ' Children's In Three Lota Tomorrow H (Dollar Friday) 2^50-J[ , * • IVm (romlfrful nhn in fvldcncf of oar grout buying P»wr. TVj lire evfclenre of oiir ability to aril the latest mil linery much loww than U It »old for vhtrwiifrrv BmuM we lire the Urgent »-iHu»ivr millinery house in the North weet, It Rtnndn to rtuMn that we SIIOI IJ» netl for k*«—wo 4a the higgmt bOMliwwv. That's wUy we IK) acli for km. Basement •Department tffe'&tiU&en' sc«ttk« Iggcst Wiflinefjr stoc« Second at S«mu .TT T NK n, 1921. VANfXJIjVKR. Waah.- Apparent- Iy victim of murder, lien Riih, 50, bachelor, found dead In hi# bogM *t lUdgaflHd. ASPIRIN Name "Bayer" on Genuine Take Aeplrln only aa told In each package of genuine Bayer Tablet* of Anplrln. Then you will be fol lowing the direction* and doaag* worked out by physician* during It yearn, and proved *afe by n»ll llonn. Take no < hanfree with injb ■tltute*. If you »<-e tho Bayer Croan on tablet*, yon can take without fiar for t'olda, HcadarMSV Neuralgia. Kheumatuun, Earach«,§. Toothaihe, I,umbago and for Pain.t Handy (in boxea *of twelve tablet* 8 rout few cent*. Drugplxts al»o *ell ' larger package*. A.tpinn la the » trade mark of Bayer ManufactureV of Monoacetleacideater of Salicylic-1 acid.