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Demonstration of National Steam Pressure Cooker and Canner JfrL coc ' t foods are mado y delicious and tender in one-third the time with one-quarter the fuel in a jPP ' f iff KA|S| tmk I SI 191 Thl» irhednla wCI «tra ycro a «tj jjjljl I | | Ull r ° CXI idMt 01 Lhe •* LVln * u>e ' maka IKI Meat Soup* bouri JO nun. II Chicken .. . ■ ....>0 ml a. » mln. I II PuitUm 10 mln. I[l String Beans..... .10 mln. IS mln. . HI Steamed Puddinsa.lo min. mln. i Why a National Pressure Cooker? I—-The National Cooker saves time, labor and fad. 2—lt never barns or scorches foods in cooking. B—Can be used for canning fruits or vegetables. 4 —A meal for eight people, consisting of roast and vegetables, can be cooked at a cost of less than one cellt for fuel gas. 6—lt cooks thoroughly, quickly and without waste. 6—Pays for itself in the saving of your fueL 7—The flavors of different foods do not blend when cooked at one time. B—All the flavors and nutriment of foods are saved. w /WHafdwafe Saturday (AVENUE sndWKI SIBHB »• -■ /Ifm Yi n~ rfr Cbfi*»um V(m6* ) FOR ALL BOYS AND GIRLS OF SEATTLE All you have to do is get two new subecrip 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. H Eemember that after you win your first package of fireworks yon 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, snd thereafter until I order same discontinued. I agree to pay the carrier at the rate of 50c per month. Address.• —tt n !■■>■■■■■■■ n.^gn■■■ Phone Wa „ , Taken by Circulation Department, Seattle Star Main 7th Ave. 0600 FIREWORKS # I -*' * • •JM» . A * »*!' 4 ■ WIN AS MANY PACKAGES AS YOU LIKE FREE A large package of fireworks containing FIRECRACKERS ROMAN CANDLES SKY ROCKETS PUNKS SPARKLERS will be given each boy or girl bringing the Dames and addresses of two new subscribers to The Star office. Subscription Blank I hereby subscribe to The Star for two months, snd thereafter until 1 order same discontinued. I agree to pay the carrier at the rate of 50c per month. Name , ~, A/Mr»— Phone ---, . i. i 111 Taken by . - ™--- T . THE SEATTLE STAR Additional Sports CARPENTIER STRATEGIC BOARD BUSY UAN'HABHKT. N. T, Juno 2t Tl>« Carpenti* etrategy board want to Jw«7 Qty today to !n«poct ttw ring where (irar|« and Jack will olasb Jn»y 1 FYeaoole and Mallet mad* their plana for get tine Oarpentler to tho tUVDdde. If IKVmriilt, CmrgMt wheroubouto will bo kept a secret until ho ontera the arena. Georgea manned hard training to day, gotting tn aocno boxing In prl rata. Paut Jpurneo, who gamely took a bail boating from Charley Welnert at Brooklyn, la unable to bo*, owing to a broken nose and con trolly dtaturbrd rnndltlon. Marcel Donl» was the chief work baroo today. ORTEGA WALLOPS JORDAN IjOB AKCTXra. June J3 —Spe<v latere at tho Doylo pavilion flghta here I not nlgbt bowled in derielon at the main event between Battling Or tega and Cliff Jordan, a one way match. In which Jordan did not have a chance from tho start. Ad Rubldoux, of Rlverslda, beat Kddle Marry. Other result* (tailor Riaa and Steve TJalton drew; Tommy Cello, decision over lunula Oari'ia; Sailor Walter, decision o»er Cue Williams; Jack Martin, decision over Ooorge Ackarman: R«cky Bcott, decision over Sailor Conner*. CRYSTAL TEAM MEETS SAILORS The Cryatal Swimming club and the awtmming team from the buttle ■hip New York wilt compete at the Cryatal Pool eome night neit week In the flmt dual tank meet ev< r nUPM In thla city. The aallnre are reputed as having a »trong team, constating of many Hawaiian alnr*. and ore espectrd to (It* the local ■Lira a tougb evening. If jr«a in iffllrM with • lr*» to glv# advice at every opportunity, become a lawyer or a doctor and ■all It. GIRLS! LEMONS BLEACH SKIN WHITE Squeena the Julon of two bunona In to a bottle containing three ottncee of Orchard White, which any drug •tore will nupply for a f*w centn. ■hake well, and yon have a quarter pint of harmleoa and delightful lem on bleach. Minorage thin sweetly frn grant lotion Into the face, peck, arm* and bande each day, then ■hortly note the beuuty and whlte- DUe of your akin. Kamnua stags N«utl<« use thin lemon lotion to bleach and brine that •oft. clear, rony-whlta complexion aim as a freckle. sunburn and tan btoach, because It doesn't Irritate.— Advertisement. McAULIFFE SAYS JACK HAS FAULTS BT JACK MrAtUFTTC t'ndnfnalrd Uflitvrifhl Champion Be* or KPTW TOTtK. Juno Dempaey hao many fault* and do fecto, bat they are not serious. Tho world's champion cannot hoa blind hi* strenrth. This la hla moat noticeable fulling. lln la eaeentlally a ahort round figfitrr. 110 burna himself out quickly and neeils a lot of wind for hla high spend offensive. Oi-raalnnally ho l< ada with hla right. Maybe ho doe* It In play, but It U a bud habit to get Into, as he leaves hlmarlf wide oiien for a right hook Ho has no doffcnee. He liaa a very poor guard. Carpi ntler will be ablo to hit both over and under It. Tho champion al* haa tho bad habit of aldnxtrpplng an>l half turn Ifig away from a clinch. lie doeon't have to do It. He waateo tlmo. It Is Ineffective and I* very dangorou*. He also haa a alight physical dla advantage In tho cut over hla left eya. It evidently hua been tender since he got It training fiw Wlltard. If tho fight goes long enough, Car pcntler In sure lo open It, and Deuip aey bleed* very freely. YANKEE GOLF CRACKS FACE BIG MACHES BT CHARLES M. MrCANN FT. ANDKKWS. Bcotlnnd. Juno IS. —Three hot buttle* for American golfer* are protnleed In the pairing* fur the Tint round of the Urltloh golf championship her*, beginning tomur row. Walter one of the bent American bet*. will try the redoubt •bio UrlllHh champion, Ceorge Dun ran. W. Melhorn will op|*>M» the veternn Harry Vardon. Tbn luck of the rlruw nleo oppoaes the youthful Rohby Jon<» to Jork Hutchteon, American profeaalonnl champion ntid medallat, In the qualifying, xouii'la. The golfer* rested today. McDEvrrr on LAST LEG OF HIKING TRIP Pomlnlck McDevltt, who h«a * 11.000 wnrr thnt he will wiilk t.t>oo mllea In 80 daya, apent laat night In rtc-attle on the I not leg of *hat he thlnka will be a *uccw<»ful journey. Mi'Dcvltt loft B»»ton on May 7, hiked to l-cwr Anirelea and then up the conat to Seiittle, and will flnUh the trip In Cltiaago. The tufnn of MclWltt'g wager, which member* of the New York Athletic club, la that he will be allowed to accept "pickups" In 'lUtoraobilc* but will not bo allowed to "ride the ro<la " McT)cvltt loft Seattle earty this morning for Hpnkana. From Spo kane he will go to nutte and from Hutte to Salt I*ke City. From the I'tab capital ho will go on Uiru to (."hioago. FIGHT SPECIAL MAY TAKE FANS Whether or doi a special tmln for Seattle fight fana will be run directly to Jersey City 'tor the wnrld'a championship t«ut there oa July 1 will la deemed today, ac cording to Charley liulen. local sportsman. MARTIN BACK FROM PE^NSY Thornton Martin, former captain of the Broadway hlrh school track team, la back In Seattle after a year In the University of Pennsylvania. Martin wu captain of th» Pennsyl vanJa frdfch track team loot ) ear. NOW TWICTB DATLT aus a B « nu r. m. AMERICAN LEGION nucsnrrt Til* taltrl States Miersaeat Official WAR FILMS AtTDll, ■ ATTI.It WKSKI TAKK> IIT PTIA*) F. IIY TUB C. S. IIUIAL CORP* WIGftTS, trt, Me. 77s MATINKKS I - - 37s I*kits War Tax run.wnjcx •» i I ndrr IS team I Admitlrd is flaelad- Matlaeea for j lag Tax METROPOLITAN ro» sALr ivtßYwHCat- LEARN TO SWIM NOW co mohkin-h-j TICK-TOCK CLOCK SHOP Wa Specialise in the Kepatr of All Makra of Clucka. We Call For and Deliver, 432 Walker BM>. lecnl and t'al»er»ltr. Mala 3872. Cuticura Talcum is Fragrant and" Very Healthful -jtmfUI ffaa «f Calkm Übaeatarfaa. Dept. The China Department is Crowded With Buyers Every Day The Closing Out of the China Department is of Tremendous Interest for the Remarkable Money Savings Offered 1 <0& Demonstrating Lower Prices lira Omit MM=Y@&ir Stoek AdjwtosM S&l®§ Special Union Suits 85c i:0 Colon Suits for women. BotSoo and regulation rt} lbs la pink and whlto. Regu larly $1.25. Klrst Floor ttf.oo Grade Reedl Pullman Carriages Special $35.00 (landKomc carriages with complete equipment including windshield. Fifth Floor Stamped Articles Incomplete Lines Greatly Reduced 60-inch Table Runner, to match centers. Regularly $4.00. Spccial $2.00. Stamped Felt Table Covers. Reg ularly $4.00. Special $1.50. 54-inch Stamped Square of old blue repp. Regularly $4.00. Special $2.00. Children's Stamped Dresses of blue and pink chambray. Pique neck, sleeves and front designed to be fin ished with crocheted edge. Special 75c. Art Section, Fourth Floor Odd Pieecs of Silks, V®k®fts amdl Wool®m Emphatically Reduced From Regular Prices A LOT AT $1.50 A YARD A LOT AT 75c A YARD Satin de Cygne slj6o Velvet Corduroy 750 Dark green satin de cygne, slightly Velvet Corduroy in a dark raisin imperfect, suitable for dresses and lin- Suitable for coats , jackets mg. 40 inches widfc .nd wmps. 30 inches wide. Otto Coating $1.50 Brown Velvet Corduroy in a me- Brown and blue Otto coating to be jjum wale. 27 inches wide. closed out in this sale.. 50 inches wide. nr«t r 122 House Dresses $2.00 Regularly $3.95, slJt& and $5.75 Attractive Hons® Dresses of gingham and chambray fancy stripes, stunning plaids and attractive checks. Complete size range, in cluding the larger sizes. FANS GET THEIR MONEY'S WORTH BENTON HARBOR, Mich, June 11 —Hallor Kreedman, who la train ing hero for a go with Benny Leon ard, lightweight champion, on July 4, given those who pay a fee to »ee exhibition work their money's worth. Kreedman knocked out Jack l.ondon. Chicago middleweight, and Bin Johnaon. a welter, yesterday, much to the glee of those who parted with 60 cents. Women's Blouses! Bllkfl, Ratlin, Tricotettm, Crept* and OeorirtlM QUITTING BUSINESS SALE! $2.50 r x?? $5.00 THERE BIiOrSES COST US MURE THAN WE ASK and were come of our Highest I'rlred Makes. WB QUIT MON DAY NIGHT, JUNK 21. One Price— Cash or Charge Make all future payment* nt our Ui'ii's Store —1427 llflJi Aviv, uear Tike Street. PW 1113 Third Are. Between Seneca and Spring Sts. Haiti ujlumulil AVJSJSZESEOIiWr Better than Pills I A Kor Liver Ills..! 2jC DO) second/mm* an» iravutsmr smzz Special Price Basement Big Money Savings Every Day New Sash-Back Aprons 89c Novelty plaid and stripe scout percale in a variety of models—open front, side and slip-over styles that are easily laundered. The small bar never wofrlra half as much about where the shoe pinches a* where the slipper stlnga. IF^igISZSB ma^uSr Kerpicide Extra Valies ii Women's White Sport Oxfords and Pumps White Fabric Ox- ||mi | 11 fords and One- I \ strap Pumps, with I J black and brown | Eg jS\ trimming— Good- year welt late last. $5.35 /C/ *sisjL Men's Tan Brogue J\ * V v\*sßte Oxfords, rubber •'kw Goodyear welt - late last. Special for Thursday, Friday and Saturday— >*i§|gj $7.85 Buster Brown Shoe Store 1411 Third Ave. Special 600 Yards Inlaid Linoleum $11.15 a Yard Tile and hardwood floor designs to the wanted colors. This is a very unusual low price for this high grade Inlaid Cork Linoleum. Bring your measures with you. rourtb no©r Special Men's Skirts $139 Shirts of distinctive patterns, of materials that launder welL French cuff and neck band style. Most of these Shirts are of a qual ity which sell regularly at $2.00. 40 have been reduced from $2.35 and $2.85 because they arc slightly rum pled from display. Sizes 14 to 17. Men's St i. rWn. Tint Floor Special Boys' Boots $2.45 50 pairs Boys' Patent Leather Button Boots, made on foot form last; welt soles. Sizes 11 to 5. Second Floor OWL DRUG CO. Special Agent WEDNESDAY. JT7NE 22. T92T. 200 Novelty Dress Aprons &t $2.00 Regular $2.50, $2.95 and S3J!S Qualities tTnbleached MnsOa Aprons attractively hand-embroidered. Black Beauty and Topay Apron* of excellent quality black ratteen. Novehy Combination Apron* of ftntrham, tn a wldo assort ment of new models. Albert Hansen Jeweler and Silversmith NOW LOCATED 1518 Second Aye.