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MONDAY. .TUNE 20. 1021.
OUR CREDIT TERMS
TOR 1,000 NEW ACCOI'NTS
9 50 I*urchn.se, $ 1.00 Down, $l.OO Per Week
•f> 75 Purchase, 3.00 Down. $1.25 Per Week
$lOO Purchase. $ 5.00 Down. $1.50 Per Week
$l5O Purchase. $ 7.50 Down. $2.00 Per Week
$2OO Purchase. $lO.OO Down. $2.50 Per Week
$250 Purchase. $12.50 Down. $3.00 Per Week
$3OO Purchase, $15.00 Down, $l.OO Per Week
NO EXTRA CHARGES—NO INTEREST
Bed, Mattress and Spring
Iron bed, sapless spring and
felt mattress, finished
Vemis Mar- £+ C ll
tin or ivory ttfr
1 * **** ** *
11 ji»
Iron Red with 2-inch posts, filler rods, fitted
with a steel sajrless spring and 40-lb. jrelt
mattress. Sells regularly for &0/fl fiC
$38.00. Special at
638&8H
PUKKfTDRB CO. IMG
New Phone—Elliott 4910
fflridge Fund Mutt Be j
/Raited by Wednesday
Seattle must take lIJ.OOO tn stock
•f the proposed Kennewlck Pasco
ft eel toll bridge before Wednesday
or the structure will not be built. V.
R. Ko*. p-ealdent of the Pjsoo cham
ber of commerce, declared Monday.
The bridge will open up a large
farming area to Seattle.
HEALTH DEPEHDS 01
Rich, Red Blood
W«sk. watarr, thin blood U
* not abla to rabuild rood body
ttaiCM—it to imp—rmhad. For
haaith sad itranfth you must
nnch jour blood. Incrtui
th*.wd blood eorpoadM, and
>** kM wtA UM mmm
""* l."S« 8. S. S. IhuMh W
>■■>!« to a wash. r»» *..» caadlttea
i lan baaa Isaitm by tahtog 3. 9. 3.
Spacial MM or fee indi
vidual arf<r»ce. without chart*.
Adruot,
S.S s_Co ,Dmp t «J, Atlanta, Oa.
Oat S. S. 3. at your druggitt
5.5.5.
Fmr Rich, Rmd Blood
FOR ALL BOYS AND GIRLS OF SEATTLE
All you have to do is,get two new subscrip
tions for The Star. Get your friends and
neighbors who are not now having The Star de
livered to their homes to give you their order
for The Star. Have them sign the subscription
blank printed in this ad and then bring to The
Star office and secure your fireworks. Re
member, all subscriptions must be for NEW
subscribers.
Remember that after you win your first package of fireworks you will be given an additional
package for each two new subscriptions you turn in.
Subscription Blank
I hereby subscribe to The Star for two months,
and thereafter until I order same discontinued. I
agree to pay the carrier at the rate of 50c per
month.
Name
Address
Phone No
Taken by
Circulation Department'« l s«irSeattle Star
SERVICE
LIBERAL CREDIT EXTENDED
WHERE PlkK MEETS riFTH
LIGHTNING STRIKES
DOG; NOW HE CAN BE
SEEN AT NIGHT
SMITH CENTER. Kan. June
20 —An electric storm one Sun
day night carried away the
l.uther (iolden family doe, on a
farm near here The do* wus
found uninjured but very hungry
in an underground K-e house som
distance from the farm house,
which had been unrooffd by the
storm before the dog*.* unwilling
•-ni ranee. The animal's huir Ik
i harited no heavily with ele.
trlclty since the storm that he
showx up brilliantly at night.
DYE ONLY WITH
"DIAMOND DYES"
I'nless you ask for "Diamond
Dyes" you may get a poor dye that
streak*, spot*, fades and gives that
dyed look. Kvery package of Dia
mond Dye* contains simple direc
tion!) for home dyeing or tinting any
new, rich, fadeless color Into gar
ments or draperies of any material.
No No failures! •
WIN AS MANY
PACKAGES AS YOU LIKE
TO DROP BOMBS
ON WARSHIPS!
Ex-German Ships Will Be
Used in Aerial Tests
WASHINGTON, June '0 The
aerial bombing tout* with the ex-
German w»r*hip* will be "tremen
doujily Important," hut will not
"challenge thr wui>eriorily or effec
tlvrneaM" of 111# battkiahlp.
of th« Navy !>enby de< hired today
in a Btatf-nient to tJ.e t niled I'ifwa
The transport, Hmdenwn left here
today rurryini; a company of ama
tora. oonir!v»wm*n. army and nwvy
ofiiter*, forelicn naval attaiheji and
nrw*i»m»ermen. who are to witne**
the tMta »«eK»nninK off Hampton
Koad* tomorrow
"1 do not think the results of the
tests will be revolutionary." aaJd
I'enhy. "Hie purpoae of the tnats
is an experimentation with bombing
aircraft, with the id«a of detartnln-
Ing the tactics of the attack by air
craft, and the testa are to lie with
a view of studying the effect of
aerial born ha.
"I do not think the teeita will cha|.
lenge the superiority or the effectlv*-
n«m of the battleship In any way.
"On# element, of course. In the
value of tests Is to watch the effect
of the hrimln on the ex Oerman war
ships In the light of neremury
rh unites In the future use of defen
sive armor on our own wnrshlps.
FREE
THERE'S A REASON, OSCAR
BY A. la. I)lt\ni OltD
"We must also study the related
A large package of fireworks containing
FIRECRACKERS
ROMAN CANDLES
SKY ROCKETS
PUNKS
will be given each boy or girl bringing the
names and addresses of two new subscribers to
The Star office.
Subscription Blank
I hereby subscribe to The Star for two months,
and thereafter until I order same discontinued. I
agree to pay the carrier at the rate of 50c per
month.
Name
Address
Phone No
Taken by
TII K SEATTLE STAR
1921 Record of
Pedestrians Hit
by Automobiles
QOQ Htanley Kerr, IS. €2l K
OOU oth st.. wat* sliKhtly cut by
trUisn from the windshield when
struck on Italnier ave. near the ball
park Hunday by an auto driven by
Z Mom'm. 3942 Cloverdaie at. Mo»et<
said the boy ran Into hla truck,
striking his head against the wind
Mhleld. breaking It and cutt-nu hla
head. The hoy was otherwise unin
jured and refused assistance.
QQA Mm. J L Kinney, 321 W
at. received a broken
leg w hen atrui k on Western live.,
Iwtween l.enora and Itlunchard sta..
by an nuto driven by J. It Moore of
l*aurelhurst. Sunday Mrs Kinney
»ii* cronslng the street and did nut
are Moore's machine until too late
to avoid It. The car skidded. turn
Inic a complete circle, striking Mra
Kinney and two wheel* passing over
her rlKht Ice She wua taken to city
hospital.
Wife Leaves Home;
Husband Kills Self
WASHINGTON. June SO— When,
according to neighbor*, hla wifa Uft
homr after a quarrel. Hamuel II
ctreet car eoirluclor, turn
•■d on the gas »n<l killed himself and
hi* three children, the oldest 5 year*.
element* In the te*t* In regard to
construction of hatMeshlps and the
u»e of aircraft for the future."
WAYFARER CAST j
IS STILL OPEN
Tryout for Stage Chorus to
Be Held Tonight
While the 3.000-voice chorus for
The Wayfarer" Is Just about filled
to rapacity. the eawt of 2.000 pernona
Is not entirely made up and the op
portunity for a few more persons of
dramatic experience and talent, or
students of oral expression, to tak*
part In "America'a Passion Pageant
will be given. according to Kdgar L
Webster. general manager, today.
"We are not askng 'or more alnK
era," roiid Webster. "because the
111 parities of the auditoriums which
we have available for practicing In
are limited. We now have enrolled
probably the cream of the prof r*
alonal and amateur singer* of this
city and the Pacific Northwest. It
l> an Inspiration to anyone to hear
this vast throng of talented ainjrern
render the music of the great m.ur
ters as they do every Monday even-
In*.
"We do not wish to close the door*
to anyone who ran read moste and
sing and so we are trying to aocom
modate all who apply for enrollment
In the choru*. but so responsive have
been the Mtnger* of thl* city to the
opportunity pre*ented that It 1* be
coming a big tank to take them In."
Ml** Margaret Akin, director of
dramatic* for the pageant, la enroll
ing the caat and ha* Issued a call
for all person* of experience In
dramatic* or student* of oral eg
prenslon to p-arp thl* opportunity
for training and enjoyment. The
flr*t open air reh'Hrsnl of the east
and choru*. with a total of S.OOO
per*on*. scheduled for Saturday af
ternoon. wa* poatponed on account
of rain until nert Saturday at 2
o'clock In the Stadium.
The regular weekly rehearsal of
the choru* will be held In the Klr*t
Methodlxt church, Klfth ave. and
Marlon St.. thl* evening at 7:45
o'clock. Jurt before this a tryout
will be held In the Sunday school
room for candidate* for Uie stage
choru* of 200 voice*.
No Decreate in Milk
Price in Thi« City
Haa the price of milk been reduced
In Seatlle?
Heport* to that effect were not
verified Monday. The big operator*
were unanimous in declaring that
they could not make any cut at the
present lime, but conceded that (come
of the smaller concern* might have
done so.
Recruiting Campaign
for Guard Is Begun
A recruiting campaign to bring
the four batteries of the 146 th field
artillery, Washington National
Guard, up Ifc full strength, was be
gun in Seattle Monday. The 146 th
in Seattle's own artillery, and will
be given a l. r »-day fie salon of artillery
practice at' Camp Murray, l>eginning
July 10.
NEW YORK -Capsizing while be
ing towed to target ground* for air
plane l>omh!ng practice, German sub
marine L'-11l sinks.
Today in
Congress
HOI MK
RulM committee continue* hearing*
>n Volata*d supplemental prohibition
t.t l
Waya and mram commlUPf repub
lican* continue work of framing per
manent tariff.
mknatk
Finance committee takea up soldier
compensation bill.
gpedal committer begins hearing*
on soldiers' relb f.
Senate beßlns d*:b»t* on Prellnghuy
toii aeaaonal coal rates hill
S««nai.«r Norfla prepared to spea-k on
Irish Independence
Cotter down ftf?nin.
Highest price*. 40c and 38c.
Lowest price, 20c.
M. A. IlaiiHrn, 40 Economy Market.
—Advertisement.
Comfort Baby's Skin 1
With Cuticura Soap
I
Co.
VACATION SALE £%
of Girls' JL"
MIDDY
. BLOUSES I^§mP
Jack Tar Bob Evans /iIf~TTTY^^
Miss Saratoga and Goody '/j j ] t
I PIHT Mltill
THIS is the opportune time for the girls getting ready
to take their Summer vacation, to get a good selection
of Middy Blouses at very reasonable prices. We have
placed in four groups, 1,400 Middy Blouses of various ' V I
makes, priced for quick clean-up. They are of all styles B.
and sizes.
GROUP I.
Mlodle* of AH White Jean, ooat style; also^
Middle* with colore*! cotton oollara, and
others of altp-on at>le*. Formerly |1 96 »n |,\ /\ /
and up to $3.26. For Tueaday, each J •
GROUP 11.
Three different styles of All White Heavy,
Jean Hlipon Middle-; also one style with Pf
colored flannel collar and another of all I
colored percale Formerly $2 50 and up toi*r -*•
13.20. For tbla <<ale, each ....,J
GROUP III.»
One style of filip-on Middy or Heavy Jean
and alt white, with large emblem on
sleeve, also a cotton Gaberdine Slip-on J
Style Middy with white flannel emblem on bmdtj
sleeve Formerly $2.9&. For Tuesday, each J
GROUP IV.
Heavy Jean Middles, with colored
• Upon styles, some have detachable col ;
lar* and cuffs. Formerly $3.25 and up to
s39u. For Tuesday, each.. J T
Heavy White Jean Middles. lac« front style..
and with heavy flannel collars and braid {"\ET
trimmed. Formerly a $3.95 Middy. For ' mn/.
Tu"aday, each ' •
Supposed Jitney
Driver Is Robber
Erich Anderson was robbed of $25
at 1:30 a. m. Sunday by four men
in an auto, while his companion, A
Hloomgren. Jumped from the car and
escaped Anderson and Bloomjjrrn
entered the car at Third ave. and
I'nlon at., sup|w>slng It to be a Jit
ney. They intended to go to the
N P. hotel.
Inslead of going to the hotel, the
driver took them to 19th ave. N. and
John at. where the driver flashed
a gun In Andersoifs face and robbed
him of his pur*e. Rloomgren leaped
JfesBDOH^^AVtHU*
OVERSTOCK ON CERTAIN ITEMS
RESULTS IN SUPREME VALUES
Hardwood
Hose Reel
Regular $2.50, (fr 1 CO
Special at «P I «Oi7
Pays for itself by adding
I I life to the hose. Easily han-
Jwl* dies up to 100 feet of hose.
YS' Has locking device and
holder for nozzle. Delivered
"knocked-down," easily as
sembled.
Globe Ornamental
Lawn Fence pww
30 inches' high, */*
regular 20c IDC
per foot
Heavily galvanized. No.
9 wire, woven in the de-
sign illustrated. Makes an
attractive and lasting fence
and is easily erected.
"STAREX" LIGHT WEIGHT
ROOFING
Special, d» 1 OQ
per roll «Pl«Mt7
Rolls contain 108 square feet, and
are complete with nails and cement
for laying. Splendid for parages,
porches, summer dwellings, etc.
"Keen Kutter" Spades
Long or short handles
$2.50 value, special
$1.69
■ There is no better spade
■ made than the "Keen Kut
ola ter."
■H Blades arc tempered and
HRw have reinforced shoulders.
■I Handles are clear and
straight and highly polished.
GROUP V.
Japanese Prince a
Fake? Who Can Tell?
LONDON, Jun 20.—Who la the
begoggled young man England has
been honoring as the Crown Prince
of Japan? The Church Tinus Intl
mates he Is not the crown prince
at all, but an impersonator substi
tuted by Japanese militarists who
opposed the visit- The Japanese am
hassador officially denied the "ab
surd rumor." And British officials
are laughing at 11
suddenly from the car and escaped.
The hnndlta have not been found.
The Store for Useful Articles
STORE HOURS: 8:30 A, M. TO ( P. H.
HOSIERY
SPECIALS FOR
TUESDAY
Main Floor
Silk Honr placed In throe
lota, at Special Prices fur
quick disposal:
LOT I
130 pain FILL FASHIONKD
HUSK of White Silk, in *izes
Kto 10. Special | Q
rueaday, a pair.. V lei
IX>T I!
300 pain SKMI FASHIONED
SILK HUSK, with d«"-p lisle
gartr-r top. Thin ajmortment
include* light and dark gray,
white, mode, benver, brown.
Flustlan calf and black in a
broken line of sixeo—B% to 10.
Special Tuesday, OQ
a pair Ot/C
LOT 111.
SILK BOOT Hoßß—<oo pairs
in sixes (>'» to 10, in black,
white, dark brown and Afri
can. but not each size in every
color. Special, CQ
Tursday, a pair WvC
Drops Dead as He
Tries to Board Car
James Connelly, If, night watch
man at the port commission Pier B,
Smith Cove, dropped dead at •
o'clock Honda/ morning as he «H
attempting to board a street ear at
15th ave. W. and Garfield st. Cod
nelly had just gone off duty, when h«
suddenly staxgertd and fell near th*
wheels of the street car. Ha was
dead when the city hospital ambu
lance arrived and his body taken to
the morgue. Connelly was a widow
er and Uved at 301 Second ava. N.
PRESERVING TIME
8-Quart Betty Bright
ALUMINUM
Preserving Kettle
Regular $2.25, * 1 Q
Special at <P 1 ■ 1 «7
"V Large size Betty
Kettle, pressed from
fruit preserving.
Have you secured your "WEAR
EVER" Aluminum one
quart Stew Pan for 40C
There are only a few days left.
Announcing a Factory Demonstration
of
Peet Bros.' Soaps
and an unusually generous offer—
—49c—
-5 Bars CRYSTAL
WHITE, "The
i SEA FOAM
IBar CREME
OIL, the cream HBlOlffljlW
of olive oil
soaps for toi
bath.
No Phone or C. O. D. Orders
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