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3 more days of this JULY SALE —you surely should take advantage of one of these few remaining JULY SALE dayß to purchase all the hoinefurnishings you are in need of —buy at JULY SALE prices, "Your Credit Is Good. r ' —« sample JULY SALE value ' ... r I h- D a phenomenal steel bed value— —Juat whso you aro In nard of a hsd rowan M^ this sirsllont ofToclng af high crads stsol ffl* T| •fl /K brda, at ne»a*lhgly low prn-oa; bsda fcrs II f •"" In IVORY or VKRNIB MARTIN finlah; W JUL mm full width w In I n. I In. width*. I-lnch conUnuotw pool* with I Inch flltera; **■ , t> | M MUy as pwturrd. rogutar priea lII.TS, ..... apoelal for this JL't.T MLK: ' 'SSwXTMI' 'TACOMAJ Mystery Girl Is Found in Denver DENVER. July J*—Polk* ud hospital authority* today continued thair efforts to aatabiieh the Ideality of an apparently well-educated and refined young woman who wia taken to tho county hospital here a w«k ago in an unconacJoua condition. She waa found In tho corridors of th« ctx» toou building. OB rasa in lag eonMeamta. the gtrt was uncertain about her naiaa or whara aba waa from. She aaid she 3Xt b«r hone waa In Pit tabor*, Pa. ISiacoa who have called at the )i capital have Identified the girt aa Hates Read, of Montana: Lam Held. at Daibart. T«*-. and Hsiao Raid, of Tucaon. Arts. MI WK A POL, IS Mrs. T. A. QUnee risks life to ■« cat and jamt from Muc that bursa "lore beneath her hot*!. ABERDEEN Hulbert mill re opens with atk<hour day after being cloeed for several months. Professor Budlong Puts Tanlac to Test PROK. C. J. BTDLON U, ManchnsUr, N. H. "It'll an actual faet, I'm In ffood health tug th* first time In thirty yearn, ana I owe my present splendid condition to Tanlac. and nothing rtne." wan the emphatic statement or I'rof. i. E. Budlong, well-known and highly r>sp«t;t<d cltlx<f) of Manches ter, N. H.. residing at 42 School et. "Practically all my life I hod had rheumatism, and Winn J nay rheurna tlsm I mean every word of it. It was all over my body, and especially bad In my feet arid I<k*. and there were times when I couldn't ft from my bed to my chair without help. And from the time I wan a boy I couldn't alt down and eat a good meal without being In mlnery afterward*, and I would have terrible palna around my hi art and frequent at tacks of palpitation and dizziness, "I had a stubborn case of constipa tion. was troubled awfully with blind Return Your Second Poll Tax Statement "If any nataaa who haa paid hli poll tag jew a notice, all ha haa to | do la to send the noUoa bark to thin office, after writing I be tumWr of hia receipt on the back of It," Sher iff Matt Starwkh said Wadnsaday mom in*. County Treasurer Wimam A Oalnaa took n waa ton lo dany wastnly that hia office waa reaponalbla for any crrora. "If nainaa are daplicat rt* ho aid, "it la not our fault. We | have given arodit for ovary penny re ' wlwt Whore a per eon'i nana ap [ pmr * twtca aa tho lista, Iba matter ougtit to be easily straightened out ; with the atoerlft balleve that the story that 11.- ' M« pereona are In danger of paying twka la a myth." Koftrouc. va, Juir so. —Th* t-nmbing teats scheduled for to<l»y off Hampton RotAa inn due to una*ttl*d weather Word of poet i iionroi'nt was flashed to the army and navy airplanes juat aa thay war* pr*paring to bomb tha form*r Oar own battleship Oatfiiaaland. In* headache* and hardly knew what sle«p was. My suffering had almost made a complete nervous wreck of me, and I was so weak I wasn't worth a nickel as far as work was concerned. I thought my troubles had a life long grip on me and was about as discouraged as a man ever gets. "Well, before I had flnlahad my first bottle of Tanlac, I realized It wan different from anything I ever tried. It suited my case exactly. And now, for almost the first time since I can remember, I can eat anything I want and dlgext it. I haven't an ache or a pain and have gained flf teen pounds In weight. I just feel good all over and am full of life and energy these days. Everywhere I go I talk Tanlac. It hasn't an equal." Tanlac is "old In Seattle by Bar tells Drug Htorca.—Advertisement i WOMAN RAILROAD PRESIDENT HERE Road's Only 20 Miles Long, But It's Successful—and So Is She! Onr of Uto two imwn railway pffwirftnU In tho world, Mr*. m»rt*r K. (lark of Nanlnlllc, Turn, ia t tailing IllT r<Mi«ln, Mm. A. M. Thorium, IM I'na- frt »t.. NiaUK Mr* Clark's railroad hi not a transcontinental routs. to ba mm, but It la all of 10 milt* long, which to Ju«t olght ml Ira lon cor than Mr*. Motta J. i:r»oann'a linn, tha Amador ('antral railway in suuibara Cali fornia. Mr* Clarlt baoamo praaldant of ths Thiiiww, Knntucky * North ••rn railway In 1114. auci oodlng to that offlo* nfmn tho (loath ot bar husband, llturf* A. Clark. Mho had aorvod an apprsntiraahlp to fit ho r for thOM <1 in 100. havtng boon mado vlos proaldcnt of (hs Una early in tha aatna > oar To tuoot Mix Clark In Heattla, rtrn would navor assoalats hor with a maaru|!«s Job, somohow. Rho ha* iw«r than hor chars of fWnlhlns sttrartlvonoaa and (anils mannora IJvVRNKn RAIIJMIADINO FKOM HKK 111 SHAM! Mho frankly arknowloVs that ■ho had no training In railroading, oxoapt—and horo hor brown oyos shlno and hor vlrld fara lights up as sho proudly says, "Tou SOO. | had ths absolute oonfljoni o of my ku» hand, and In looking ovsr his roe ords and papers I did not find an important thing that ha had not told torn " Ths Torino* no*. Kentucky A Northern railway was built in l»0* froaa ths IM yaar-old county seal of Overtoil county. Tan nowi» a. to Algnod. 100 mllos oast of NaahrUlo, and It oooaecta with ths Toon p—ll Contra) It carries tim bar from tha Cumborland mountains and makaa up In bustnesa what It Inrka In length MUod trains ar* run each way dally boaldo* a motor train—and Madam Prmdnt chuck lo« evar ths motor train, for ahs took a Whlta motor truck and auh stltutod car wheel* for ordinary onea. put a now body upon It ind behold! • truck la camouflaged Into an honeat to goodneaa tram. Fifty to U mon ar* employed on S J» laborers fleeing ja they would work, were taking the white pickers' jobs. The Chamber of Commerce promptly passed a resolution stating that while plenty of white laborers were available they were entitled to the jobs. This apparently was not strong enough for the white laborers, who took the case Into their own hands with the resultant deportations. Trouble has been brewing all week since the influx of the Japanese began, and the continued hiring of Japanese by sev eral large melon growers In preference 'lo higher-priced white labor, brought the matter to a head. AUTOISTS REPORT ROADS ARE FILLED WITH FLEEING JAPS Word of the midnight deportation Spread quickly this morning among Jananese. It* effect ni immediate. Within a short time scarcely an Oriental was in sight Only a few Japanese who have leases and are working their own land remained to be seen. Autoists arriving here today report fleeing Japanese on roads in all directions from Turlock. About 60 white laborers took part in the deportation of the Japanese. No violence hss been reported. Twelve of the Japanese were deported from a number of shacks here. The others were rounded up on four ranches within a radius of four miles from the town. » .* * SAN FRANCISCO. July 20.—T ? ntil an investigation of the facts surrounding the deportation of 68 Japanese labor ers from the Turlock district is made, no action will be taken, according to the Japanese consulate here. The consulate stated that it has thus far received only pub lished reports of the affair, and that no direct protests had reached it from the Japanese refugees who are reported flee ing in every direction from the Turfook district. In case of formal protests being lodged with the consulate it is probable that the affair will be taken up by the Japanese embassy in Washington, it was intimated at the local con sulate. BARON H AYASHI STATES PACIFIC QUESTION O. K. WASHINGTON. July 10—Japan will accept th* Arn*rlcan Invitation for a dlscuaalon of th* Pacific qu*s Hon In th* commit disarmament conf*r*nce here, If ah* la assured that th* scop* of thin discussion will be d*flnlt*ly outlined h*fnr* the ac tual meeting, inrorrllntc to authori- tative Japanese quarter* today. • • • BY LUIVD AM.KN (Copyright. Htl, by I'nlted Pressl LONIXJN, July 20 —The Yap and Shantung settlements are accom plished fart* and ther* la no need for a conference of th* power* In connection with the proposed Wa*h- Ington disarmament parley to revise them, Haron Ilnyaahl, Japan*** amlMDiatlnr to (.rest Itrltain, tfu dared today In an Interview. Th* uinbna.'<iidor discussed th* link Ing of the "Pacific qu«wtlon" with Uie conference on disarmament. Htatlng that h* wax expressing his personal opinion, he declared that ILLEGAL JAP BASEBALLS SEIZED IN SACRAMENTO SACRAMENTO, Cal., July 10.— Investigation of baseballs shipped Into this country from .lapan Is go ing to be conducted by the state de partment of agriculture, following the seizure of a quantity of base-! (tails In Ilakersfleld this week by the Hakernficld county horticulture Inspector. • The Inspector discovered that the baseballs made In Japan are stuffed with cotton hulls, which are contra band in this state. If Infected the hulls might cause a blight on Cali fornia's ootton crop. It Is possible that the hulls contain the cotton boll weevil or boll 'worm, according to Bronte A. Reynolds, of the state agricultural department. The discovery of the violntlon of quarantine laws was made while the thl* railroad Mid the llnr never fi hu had a atrlba. "Hut," aaya Mi* lady. "we try to play fair." Bhi» brlievea In profit ehartng. At Chrlatma* time ea«h employ* ♦» MltM a bonu* of It par «Mit of his year'a earning*. Th# attitude of nfflrhUa hfta Wo that of r»v-opar*tion Thft manage ment hold the plarw* of tha man who want Into war aarTlrw add ther* was a time wheo thing* h*o»m* pretty ■RMH During tha wmr pwrflta fall off alarmingly. Than nfflotkla and tha higher paii mm yuhiataarod to ewt their *>!« Taa. that artnally happened! Tha flrrt eight months _ Mr* Clark waa In office, tha world war pamlr*ed the R|i«t bnalneaa and the little railroad want through a Valley Forge wtntar. Mra. Clark paraoiuUly bore tha loaeea aji kmc aa •he coald and then railed a meet ing of tha bondholder*. After a lone oonferenre three man their president ft T*e of confidence and Toluntaarad to *tnnd tha InaMva th<-m eehraa for another eight not) tha. But, at tha end of eight montha there were no loaaea to make good Tha bnndholdera had Hi Ten her har channa and aha had mad* la i woman a iimk* aa ft railroad proaldralT Many wmwett would not k. bat Mr» Clark ha* kedl UM and haa Ht Km found wMtfinc. Her hioJMUMt Otarii A. Clark, had temwd the raßwiad property In If 11 for 13 nan, aa the la—l noutd raptre fa IISt. TMa ywar Ibe lundhaldrm rare her aa evtenelon of tha leaaa anUl Oct, It, INM. Tin? aahed aa daap hi Um> tanna Ud €*priwa»d theh- approval af Ttn a had egg. boy*." said I,e«ter Kant. 11. wha was arrsatod Tu-odny night, parading up Toslor way al occidental are, flourtrtitng a hoary sarvtca rwtlwt. so polios aay. Pa trolman who arretted Koot took him to Jail and relieved him of hla artll lory Ksnt was thoroly saturatod whon arrsatod. * ♦ * many things which mlgtit b* consld *r*d under the gen*ral topic of the "Pacific question" already have bwn settled by the Versatile* treaty. He reiterated Japan's h*arty will ingness to discuss limitation of arma ments. "What t« the "Pacific question'?" be aaked. "What U to be dlaranned? "That l« the wtiole thing In a nnt ahell. Mattera that poaalhly might be brought up a* part of tlio 'Pacific question' already have . been dealt with by the Verealllea treaty. "It I* cl<ar that *uch matter* aa Hhantung, Yap, New Guinea and ao forth. If ralaod, might reauH In a general conference on matter* that have the gtalu* of accompliahed facta." The ambnaandor dodnred It vu hi* opinion that a practical solution of all problema Would be poaaihle without "interfering with matter* of principle already dec-UU d " inspector was watching a band of small boys playing baseball. One of the number struck the ball with #uch force as to tear open the cover. The Inspector picked up the re mama and the discovery followed. An appeal has been made to the federal department of agriculture. The national government will ascer taJn what Japanese port the base balls were shipped from and seek to prevent a spread of any ootton ttls ease In thla state. If the contraband hulls had not !>ei*n discovered, serious havoc might have resulted In this state's ootton districts, It Is declared. The entire consignment of Jap anese bane balls to' Hakersfleld was seized. Tnr: prattle stati "Irene" Coming to Met u .. U M U tl U U Popular Musical Comedy Sometime* in th* cycle of musical comedies, on* stands out so brilliantly that it separates itself naturally from most of the others, and audiences never get it confused with differ ent entertainments in discussing it. This is said to be the case with "Irene," the musical comedy which opens at the Metropolitan Sunday, July fi. The pretty young lady pictured above is Margaret Pidgin, one of the delightful entertainers with the company. Wanted: A Divorce! Bring the Adrratum of a Girl Reporter, Poring as Mrs. Cwptr Casridy, Who Scrim to Break the Mar riage Ties With Her Husband. By Wanda Von Kottlor It irnDr w difficult ta mak* Qaaper ow Main, after eraatint him hy d*t. »»a la U>* for* af a dl ranlfM hruta. But whoa at th* 14th floor af Uto Smith bulldln* 1 earn* la tmUrt with a b«w kind of tawyar I •im ply had to ad- JuM Chapar la mit tha acca- I entered tha offka lust op pnalta th* at*, valor aad ww altnklnf ptil tha atanorraph efa deak. when th* man t waa •eoklnc mat ma at th* door of hit prlrat* of Oca. H» waa Mu» von JCetlUr luat a IllUa bit Mfsar than th* iw*f» ala* and his fare waa Sec ■•rated with horn-rimmed apaea. "Well" he «U4. acowltng tnvlßag lr. "what ere TOl' here for? What rou b*mi up t«r Whlth wt me thinking N fo«nd my frtend. the mtray. And If he hadn't Marted off the t*rty with that kind of i but. Cu par might auil have tawn a<-ruaed of anything within the realm of hrtituhneaa. Itnt 1 ftnired It would tie awful to have thl* lawyer down on the whole family, «o decided that If hi* *weet dlapoaitlon and mine couldn't Jibe, he'd better b« pally with Caaper. llmW™, I rather *uapected that he had crawled Into hla h<«rcoat for my apeclal benefit—he didn't look an if he wan naturally that way—and I thought ainre he'd taken the trouNe to get into It, I'd better let lum uerd It. • • e "I want a divorce," 1 told him. "My husband won't VI ma go out a* nttM'h •* I lk«. H "Huh." lie nmimrnM; *pw hap* It lan't food for you to go out aa mot h aa you liUa." Which I conaidered a very good l>eginnmg. and continued, "1 like to go out a lot. and )uat hecaujw I'm married to a man, that'll no reaaon why I ahould alay home with him, la It?" "l>on't you think aoT* he replied, narrowing hi* eye* and endeavoring to fathom the lilacknea* of my aoul and the vacuum of my head, "lan't he good to you?" j "Oh, yea," 1 aald, "a* far aa good nc*» gora." "He n»v«r struck youf" '<Oh, no." "Kver rwnnr lit yftuT" "Oondnrwi. nor* "Hupported you?" "<>h, y«* -until three montha ago when Wf broke up." Ix>ng alienee. Hlow tupping of pencil on desk. And final coneluakm: "Hum—well, you're beginning young." • • • Strangely, ha didnl *r*m to think I hiul any rcaaon to divorce Caliper, and even lnalnuntcd that I mliiht be lntercHti*il In eotnebody elaa. "Mo." I liixlutccl. "I 11* vent any u*e for men—l'm thru. Oaa per Ctusldr — * "Oh," hei nnld, "ae that'* ytor name. Hound" aa If It might have been a pitched battle all right." Which remark didn't pleaae me In the Iwit, I would have him undemtand tluU Canper and I never atnoperf to anything m low aa toHHliig hardware and piano atool*. Our dlfferrncea were lain-led In no his)' with anything domestic. a • • I "lt'a Juat like thla," the lawyer mbi an to aay, "1 Oo'l "* ital rou'r* got any yround* for dlaorea. I "b- how ions M )<n know him fcefw* yen vara MrrMr " "Boat a month." I told him. And ha rtpltad. "I THOUGHT SO" ♦ 11 M yn what fi K" ht (mtiooad. altar the air had ratUad again. "111 thtak about your eaws and you ooom la aaxt Monday. Ot oouraa, If yon Maim continually." ha aatd atowly. "ihm'i ao raaaua ta May together. bat thera ARB iaa ■ona, amrtMN*, why yn may not vat your diToree." "t oan t *•>* >m." I repltad And I think, by th* look ta hla IT*, that h* waa lausMnc at ma: I'm sat •ure. but I think ha wan. And 1 nan't under* land it At aay rata, I had to wait antll Monday to find out what he malty t'lt) think, ao In th* meantime, juat trailed tha oily la continued aaarch far th* ooratad dlvorva • * * TOHOHKOW: Vra C*sMy set* •ywpalfcy spala—aad from two at lormrpt-oi4mtt. (Bml ao dhwroaJ NIGHT SEARCH FOR LOST BABY With baby Oarmella Coratolo. I year-old daughter of Oharlea Cora tolo. a rancher. )oat In the denae wood* near Bryant. Rnohomlah coun ly, early Tueaday. Hherlff Ma 11 Star wlch annoum ed tbla morning that hi* four bloodhound* were atlll too young to b« uaed In the ecarrh. Dynamite and Lightning, famou" bloodhound* used in prevloua hunta, ware aeld aouM mouth* ago, Btar wtrh aald Th« wood* around Arlington were ablace with the totvhea of ararohcra 1-utt night The Arlington company of the National Guard waa railed out to aJd the hunt for the loat child More than Jfto own and women were engaged In the all night aeafvh. DRAPER Children's Home Stores Co. 601 I'nkm SL Look for the Draper Children'* Home Ilraod Candle* and Rreak fait Food. Also Shirt Uoapltal Repairing. Wo want TOO to know that you can get your *hoe repair, claiming and pressing, grocorle*. laundry work, new dJ*taso< and eewlng of all klnda. DR. H. T. HARVEY (K* Prealdent Michigan Stele Board Denial Examlnws) Dental Surgeon Diagnostician Pyorrhea Specialist X-Ray Laboratory lllgheat Order of KratonUon . Work Don* Examination and Waliwla Frea 504-12 Kitel Building MCCOND AND I'IKB BKATTUS Ladies Let Cuticura Keep Your Skin 1 Fresh and Young I Mk ■ Ctrrrri Apparel for Worn** 800 Charming Neto Washable Frocks Specially Featured at S]g : so Regular Valves $22.50, JT A ff* $2&.00 ud Up to $19.71 Savorte* of mart New*" yytm'lf /fs York and farflred Eaat- arn reeorta art thaw / /tlf \ ) »h««r, new arrivals, just //ffliTn //mV un P on display ii rßt 3| /ll The season's beet I \ Bi stylos and most ajv i P proved materials art V*7\\OujjU i represented, includ- Many M%MfOI «d» blnalton stripes is do ■ ured or plain m ■ I 7T well aa eomfelnaUona af Y ortandle uid taffeta; or- m £ VI/ «andta and (tn«ham. orcan- M \ I die and dotted Swlaa AJao f \ I In thia afr»rin« art d*t)(rt>»- L f\)\ fully tinted roiirt. lßftudint *|"A Orofctd, ll#t»fihw, reoch, Charry Red. Rust, Marine ~ Blue. Pink, Whit* and Pala Bta*. Second Avenue at Spring Street OREGON DEATH IS MFFUNC noeemma. op*. »»e--n«e i4eaUty of the bullet riddled, head- Km and rtuurtd body or a man round hear here July It beneath the wreck of Dr. R. M. BrumfteM'a automobile. dependa. officer* be lie**, upo* the Identification of a pair of ahoea. I. (tell*. Myrtle C»l merchant, today affaia took up Ui taak of de frmlnlnic Whether the No. 7 Star brand Mom. found on the fort of the cm pot. an the am aa tho pair of the war brand and «is* bo aotd to I>enn)a HuaecU aavaral mwilfci before tho tragedy. Mm Brumflctd testified yeaterday that the dec-tor were IYt aize aheaa. He lie yesterday declared that the ehoee displayed an baring beea en tho faet of tho dead man wore of tho aamo brand and approximate nil* aa tho pair he eold to Ruaoell. but he wan not able to awear they were tho name pair. "I know my huiiband la dead. He could not have commuted auch a deed." Mm. Brumfleld in*i*ted again and again. "He couldn't." Mr*. Hrumfleld adherea to her be lief that ant only did her hunband Dot murder Ku«»ell but that Ruaxell murdered Hrumfleld for money he wux known to hare had on hla per eon. She declared In her testimony thai the body found under Brum field's nulo 1* that of her huvbtind and not thnt of Bunnell and that the Corns Will Go while you sleep—if you do this Apply Blue-jay to a com tonight—the liquid _ or thep/oaier. It is done in The com ache will end; the removal of the eom Hour by hour Blue-jay « will gently undermine J / IV thnt com. Inn little while 111 I JII II the corn will looeen and .... I I ® ■«P IVBI 1 come out The wny ia eaay, gentle. All about you am people •ure nnd scientific. A fa- delighted with the Blue-jay moui chemlat perfected it method. Find out whnt A laboratory of world-wide they haow about it Try it repute prepare* it tonight Platter or Liquid Blue-jay The Scientific G>ra Ender "Hoe M hj F— , - BAUER * BLACK '■»-»> «"->*/-« Ckieago New York Terenta tU Maheteef B* B Sterile Swaiaal * V"""* Draaalae* aad Allied Piedeata ** »«»Ca"»»o«oe P*-Ut WFDNT.SDAV. JTTT.Y yt, IfgT. Übsm had foully tewrfcrtt Mr huoband. Deaplt. the Oiffareaea «f «piikt wtui—ti> by the majority oC UM I* qwwt witiraaMM that tht Mr la tMR of RuwrMl and hot that af BMP' field. Mm. BnmfMd'a UMMM made a dbrtlnct imprraatM wpeeS# ooti rtroom. which vaA parked. %M Lucky Strike jCji.,. .a'. .