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OUR CREDIT TERMS FOR 1.000 NEW ACCOUNTS 5O Purchase, $ 1.00 Down, Per Week $ 75 Purchase, $ 3.00 Down, $1.25 Per Week $lOO Purchase, $ 5.00 Down, $1.50 Per Week $l5O Purchase, $ 7.50 Down, Per Week $2OO l*urchase, $lO.OO Down. $2.50 Per Week $250 Purchase. $12.50 Down. $3.00 Per Week $3OO l*urchase. $15.00 Down. $ 1.00 Per Week NO EXTRA CHARGES—NO INTEREST Folding Sulky—Special for Week-End Sale 59.75 Here is an lent Semi - folding Sulky in the black finish, with water- I proof hood; has strong all - steel fnime and rubber- tired wheels. Special, with hood, S X7J 90.75 Special, without O™"" immt ■" hood. $7.75 Our showing of other styles of children's vehicles in the reed fiber, ivory and jrray finish, will surely interest you. Here you will also find the new Stroller Carts, with and without hood, and a full line of Oriole Go-Baskets arc here at the new 1921 values. Cgggßftßll rurooTDRB co-iNd M'UEKE riUt MEETS FIFTH I New Phone—Elliott 4910 | 500 Attend Lively Y. M. H. A. Smoker u A pleasing musical and vaudeville aa well as several boxing matchea. were Included on the pro gram of a smoker given Tuesday night by the Young Men'* Hebrew association In Its hall. 140J 17th ave. More than 500 persons were present Safe TtUUC for INFANTS & INVALIDS " ASK FOR seaaes to hhiHlmMi NMnhfCMm Tba Original Food-Ddnk For All Af aa SERVICE IJBKKAI CREDIT BRTKNDITO Head of Fleet Here Wayfarer Week Admiral E. W. Kherle, the new commander of the Pacific fleet, will bo In Puget Sound waters during "Wayfarer" week, according to ad vices received by the Chamber of Coramerco. . RM Mtlk. Matte* Onto binct hi Pvwder fib C«n>i»a faiiitoi n<n^iu» 2,000 Adventists in Tent City at Kent Nearly 2.000 |«r»n« are In at tendance at the Western Washing ton conference of Seventh l>ay Ail ventints at Kent- The Adventists are camping In a tent city that cov er* five acres of land donated by the Kent I "hamper of Commerce. The 325 family tent* are set up alone regular streets. There la a cafeteria, telephone, light and water systems and all conveniences that go to make a city. Marine Engineers Discuss Settlement Marine engineers from San Fraw clsco. Portland and Astoria met In Seattle today for the purpose of dla cussing the recent strike settlement made in New York by their chief. W. 8. Brown. national president of Marin* Engineers' Beneficial asso ciation. ABOUT THIS TIME O' YEAR C. of C. Pledge* Aid for Fund for Bridge Seattle Is pledged, by action of til* trustees of the Chamber of Com merce at a meeting Tueadsy, to raise 140.004 within the next 10 days towurd the proposed new Kennewlik I'asco bridge. Had the trustees not promised this aid, the project would probably have been called off, it is stated Bank President Is Defendant in Suit Ralph Stacy, president of the Scandinavian American bank and of the Robinson Fisheries Co., is de fendant in a suit brought In federal court by the Nippon Oyo*yo Kitlshn. or Japan Fisheries Co I'liilntlff seeks damages of $107.412 69. alleged due on I*oo tons of codfish aold the Robinson Fisheries Co. by the Japan ese fishing concern. THE SEATTLE STAR BRITISH KING IN BELFAST! Asks Peace at Opening of Home Rule Parliament BKIJTAST, June IS.—Kin* Geor** appealed for "'peace In Ireland" In openln* the ft rat home rule parlia ment here today. "The Kn*llsh rpeaktn* world Is anxious for a settlement In Ireland." he declared In his openln* speech. "I pray that my comln* to Ireland Is the first step toward peace. "I appeal to all Irishmen to forget and forgive. I hope there will be a ceremony similar to this In the south of Ireland." Advancin* from a temporary throne on a rostrum In tha city hall the kin* read his speoch, calling the first Irish parliament Into session. The king and Queen Mary were given an almost frantic welcome by enthusiastic Orangemen. They croaaed from England on tha royal yacht Victoria and Albert, which anchored over night In Belfast lough. A large naval escort surrounded the little vejaiel as It croaaed the channel. The kin* and qaeen boarded the royal yacht at 4.40 for the return to Holyhead. There were no untoward Incldenta In the trip from the coun cil chamber to the quay. Soft Drink Store Clerk Is Arretted Jamm Mr*tuin. 100* Kind ave, 11 Clort" In * soft flrink ator*. wm* r.rrmtnl on liquor fhar*«« Tutwliy ctßtat by Jrv (•quad offlc*r* who *ct*«< 1 bottlt* of rrapo. and it In* kU'«. Mrchun was fined I'oo. We Quit W omen's Clothing Business MONDAY NIC.HT, JUNK !7 All Apparrl now far bWnw ml! Dresses Now $lO, $l5 and $2O All put Into thiw lot* for quirk pair- th«-y are Milk*, Satin*. Hi-rne*. Trlcotlnwi, »te., and at thf*« prk*a arc rar* iMLrgalnß. One Price— Cash or Charge Mukp nil futur* payment* at our Men* Htor«"— MJ7 KlftJi A**, near I'ike Rtrert, gem® 1113 Third Ave. Rrtwrfn Sum* and Sprlni SU. REAL PAINLESS sSfe* In order to Introduce* our new (whalebone) plate, which ia tho lighteat and atrongeat plate Known, down not cover the roof of the •nooth; you can bite corn off the cob; ruaranteed 15 yeara. Wkalrk«ar Ml of Teem |g IN ('ie«*ai || Rrldaewark |t 12 Analfaa Fllllav $1 All work ruaranteed for 15 yoara. (lave Impreaatnnn taken In the morn in* and get teeth Name day. JC&ami* nation and advice free. Call aai See Kaaaplee off Oar Plate ■ai Bridge Work. We *ta»d (ke Teat of Tlaae. Moat of our preaent patronage la recommended by our early cuatom era, whoae work ia atill giving Kood aatiafactlon Aak our cua tomera. who have fe*t*»<l our work. When coming to our offlre, be aure you are in the right place. Bring ibla ad with you. OHIO DENTISTS SOT Ulf IV Kit * ITT »T. Oppealle Kraaer-rattereoa Ce. Linen sSga • SPORT f|t\ DRESSES (€jp IT" pk// for Vacation Wear /a,d*b\ Srcoiid I'loor [ r f'*!'«• ■«"»"y Attractively Embroidered Linen Dresses in colors lU' | of Rose, Copenhagen Blue, Pink, White and Gold, \ '« in various styles, one of which is here sketched, as- \. 1 I sembled in sizes 36 to 42. There are also some Or gandie Combinations. Selling at Ij 1 ( $17.50, $22.50, $24.50 Men's Balbriggan Underwear Main Floor I JthtwHght B A 1,11 RI <; GAN INDKRWKAR in the two piece gtirim nta. They are In Khadra of for a only, with lon* flwVii shirt* and ankle length ilrawrrn. Meal garment* for summer wear. Shirts rome In sties 34 to 4<L Drawer* in sizes 30 to 42. Formerly, a garment, 76c. Special. Thurs- |J|J day. a garment... OOC THK l-IM.RIM RAG !» one that fulfills the desire of the woman who wants a small, neat and yet serviceable SHOPPING BAG. They are made of lambskin in imitation Alligator and d*o QB Bueda, in Brown and Gray, and lined with Silk. Your choice of any one of these Ba«a, at.«P&i«£d STORE HOIRS: N:.JO A. M. TO6 Jggl NOW IS THE TIME TO PUT UP BERRIES! /. QUART SIZE MASON FRUIT JARS I » pec i? / Qftr> Per Dozen ''O*' Complete with Boyd porcelain-lined covers and high grade rubbers. Extension Window Screen 9 inches high, extends from 21 to 33 inches Hardwood frame window screen, covered with black ehamcled screening. Only a short time left for you to secuie a "Wear-Ever" Aluminum Stew Pan for 43c One-quart capacity. Get yours now! Not Rxartly Uke Picture Fancy Glass Berry Bowl SPECIAL 39c Here is an attractive deep Berry Bowl that will hold lots of berries. A very special value. "Hotpoint" Electric Iron Reduced From ££ QC $8.25 to - - - Jpo.yo The genuine "Hotpoint" Iron, retaining all the T^ZiZZr important features—reduced in price only! Hot point Irons now have the thumb-rest which elimi nates strain. Equipped with Q C long cord, new price <PU«i/w Cat-Rate Dentists C y/te'QflodQS> Co. 25c Regular price 43e Vampire Crepe l PlM'r Main Floor 150 yards of VAMPIRK C'KKI'K. 40 Inch** wide, in ■hades of Navy blue. Harding blue, Sand, Gray. Rust and Tangerine. Formerly $4.50 u yd Special Thurn- QC day. a yard Wool Tricotine 158 yards of WOOL TRICO TINK In Navy Blue and Brown. Thursday, QC special, a yard.. VmivO Plaids 135 yards of 40-inrh I'HIDS, formerly $1.23 a yard. Thursday, QQ a yard i/OC PILGRIM BAGS Main Moor The Store for Useful Articles Continuing the Demonstration Peet Bros.' Soaps with another combination offer tfj?UsU9h u hii |■ I Regular value 75c, A Q special for TTi/C Outfit includes: IIUHmH 5 BARS CRYSTAL WHITE (■BlDlnll LAUNDRY SOAP —"The ■H|B||lS| Billion Bubble Soap." Reg ular 35f E|jjju||HUH 1 Package CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP CHIPS, for Mashing; especially good in washing machines. Reg. value. .30^ and IBar CREME OIL, the cream of olive oil soaps. For toilet and bath. Reg. value. 10c Iyearn how to save time, effort and money in washing clothes. No Phone or C. O. D. Orders. 14-tooth size, regular QQ,« $1.35, special Ov C fflHflTflTTffp High grade square-tooth Steel' Bow Rake with a clear, straight handle that is highly polished. Will outlast several cheap rakes. w Columbia PL Family Scale Weighs up to 24 QQ lbs; regular $3.23. «P 1 «%/0 luV J'*- /i'lP Every household needs one • °f these scales—many recipes _ require accurate measurements. These scales are very reliable Ci ' for all household purposes. 16-button Length Fabric Gloves Main Moor A now shipment of Ifibnttoa Irneth. Su«lc finish FABRIC (tl/OVKH have Jut-t arrived. They are In color* of Pearl and Medium Gray, Beaver, Siind and Mode, with spear point backs. A fine quality Glove in sizes 6 to 7. A pair *P 1i I W We have also received a ship ment of 2-clasp (IIAMOI -BKTTE GLOVKB in the popu lar Queen lCiizabeth style, with frilled cuff and heavy embroid ered back*. Colors of Biscuit, White, Gray and A 1 *7C Pongee. A pair.. <PI«/ 9 Steel Bow Rake PAGES