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mrnmmmmm Not Strange That We Are Selling More Separate Trousers than aiiy other store in this city Received— //\ I /SfcCrrtfffii hundred Patterns, J IH - COMPARISON WILL PROVE * THAT WE OFFER Unequaled Values ~~ 7g.00 $O-00 , nd %rj. 50 "ALL-WOOL" Every pair jruaranteed to give satisfaction or it will be replaced with a new pair. See Our Windows Tailored Ready Co. ' AM to 407 Pike K Cheaper Gowns to Follow Wage Cuts MKDON. Aug. of igUWMitIcCT la th* (trcMnnaklnv trn<l* kan b*n ■übetAOtla.ny rcdurcd. •ad the redaction Is to b* puwd on to th* buyrrs. 1100 Per Cent Quality- a I and Right Prices jL I Some Clothes Event^Jß I MEN'S SHITS, Tailored to Measure I Present business conditions force ns I to make a drastic reduction on I large stock of woolens. r>) I This our dull season. We must I keep our tailors busy as we have one I of the best shops in Seattle and don't ■ wanf to lay them off. We ask you to I ■■■ ■■ order your new fall or overcoat // I now. We are shoeing new .fall tweeds, ff B worsteds, herringbones and blue serges, ■ tailored to your measure, as low as / ■ $30.00. © *, "A I I Saturday Specials—-=? I Come down and look at our two big windows. The other big window is full of suit patterns ■ One is full of all-wool suit patterns, priced at priced at I -=s4o^- I Tlfis business of quoting last year's prices is absurd. We believe you want to know what I Seattle tailored clothes are worth today, not what they were worth last year. I UNION TAILORS, INC. I Address "Tailors to Men Who Know" Address I ' 1123 THIRD AVE., CORNER SENECA' —J I Remember, Men, Money Back if You Are Not Satisfied Spanish Dancer Poisons Countess ▼TOO*A. Au#. IS —Conmela Pat rim, a Bpanlah dancer. Invited the Coontaaa Homblck to dlna and polaohad her. Tha eountaaa had (oi bidden ber arm to marry the damir. CHINA STRIKES ARE INCREASING Labor Unrest Grows; Ger man Exporters Active lAiM>r unreal and atrtke* are on the lncrea*e In Chin*. Thin Inform* Hon htui reached the foreign trade bureau of tho H<'f»ttle Chamber of CnnimtrH from Kutnn aourrea, Fourteen thoummd lon* lona of coal are being Imported from lialren to the Paolfle coaat. German exportera are active In China. according to the Information, and are finding a eonalderahl* mar kot for machinery, building muterl ala, alectrli'al equipment and metala. and Scandinavian veaarla are carrying their k<kvl*. ICiporta to Kuropo ar« on the Inrreaae, while export* to America are decfeaalng. Cotton ha* been a principal Amirl ran export to China recently. Thla country ha* aent 1,000 bale* of raw cotton and 6,000 hair a of piece gooda The Chlneia market, according to the Information, la underatockrd with wood oil and raw *Uk. Vital Statistics I BIRTHS Perry. William. «!« 17th ava. W. glrl. Kirby. W, SSI N 7Snd at, girt. Murphy. Claude H„ tilt HeavWw «rve, parks benjamin C. «»1I Flrat ave solibakke William R, HOI K- Mth « . girl. Wall. Jack. SOSS Flrat n». boy jones malom W.. t&l Denny way. hoy ludwig ernest It, T4II Corliaa av». boy. - farmisonis Peter, IKI EtAntoi ■*».. boy Mehan. J. H. »«»» Walllngford. *trt. edmonds Harry a. Sill Third are. V W . (trl. Hamamot kilchiro III! Whipple at, MARRIAGE LICENSES Mam* and nealdene*. Age Prevel. William R. Heattle ...,!^*al Wing. Haittie. Heattla ....Uegel Shaw. Harry. Seattle 11 Corey. Mildred. Heatlle I> nichols loren C„ Fell* Neb. SI lassiter laylon Heattle I* wyatt Irwin J. Seattle Uegal geer doris V.. Heattla .......Legal Wild. John, Auburn . ,l,ogal dandaneau Beth. Kent ....... L.egat foster John H. Heattla .....14 Zambower. Myrtle. Seattle .......St ; Anderson. Arthur O. Heattla ..ix*al brown. K. Leora. Healtia !.*•** I Conrad. H. A.. T«r»ma 41 Allen, gladys M. Seattle S« danjat awrwid O. Seattle ........Si i davidson esther Heattla IT delamater Albert It.. Heattla ....14 Kindred. Frances M. Seattle $4 degerting ed F, Seattle I^-ital , ogden Clara Mae. Heattla ....Legal • griffin Frank. Seattle SI Johanson. Ella Seattle S7 Johnson. Oscar M. Woodlnvlll* ..41 bauer. Dorothy schwarz s»attla..l« vitarelli (1 . H-attle JO recchia Maria (J , Heattla SI barry, John I*. Hay City, Or 10 percival elva Tacima 41 seiczkowski Joe J. Heattla ......14 Madden. Marie. Seattle ........... SS Halverson. 11. Arlington 14 lemon May M. Olrmi a St ; stormshok John. Knumelaw ..U(al vartasnik Tl. Kntimclaw I^>a'kl anderson A. W, Healtla U«al Owen. selma. Heattla .........I^egal barrows C. P. Yakima U|>l lee ellaP. Yakima I»cal DIVORCES GRANTED yamamura Akumi from kenzo . DEATHS I Mahoney. Mr a. Kate it, n. 411 i l>enny way. lepper Lawrence R. I. 117 IS. (oth at. Spores. charles M, 11. 11l W. Bow* at. comfort phillip W. 4. lit 4 llrd •»*. i easton Sidney 8. It 111 Harvard ave. THE SEATTLE STAR Poor Little Rosemary! Has Only $4O Per Day Rosemary Baur's daddy made his fortune out of soda water and Rosemary is proud of it! ST AtJOt'BTI.VB. ria, Ang 1! noe»m:yy ltaur may have all the Ire cream aodaa. dolla and lollypope her 10-year old br*rt can poaalbly crave. IK— A monthly allowance of 11.15S — ItO a day proven aufflrlent. Roiiemary la worth aomethlng In exenaa of I1.&00.OO0. The eatate waa left by her father. Jacob Uaur, a wealthy aod* water manufacturer. Hoeemary haa an ardent tasta for aodaa and pink ellppera. Bu.h almple wi.hw win ba aaay to gratify with lI.JS* coming In '■teadlly 13 time* a year. The allowance waa made by the probate court hera on requeat of mother, who aaya ■ It ooata that much to maintain her daughter "in the unv kind of b«>me her father did when living." Uun y«*r Hoeemnry waa cramped with an inonme of only |U.»fTi. Vlaltor* #ithout credential* are nit permitted to aee the helreaa. "We're afraid of kidnaper*," eaya her aortal eacrelary, who rellevoa the helreaa of thoae Irkeome little dutlea auch aa aeruling out lavlta tlona. -nowmary." she aa'.d further. "U very democratic. 81i« la moat S»n eroua and kind, and we are trymg to keep her free from the thought of money." Nice, eh—to have a mWloiT and a half and not ev*n to have to think about It? OI.YMPIA.—- Mike Fwnln. Twnmt, flret pereon arraated by new ataie highway patrol, fined tti for apeed- In*. . l-s 1J UM M V» • / Our Fourteen Years' Record Maximum of Interest Compatible with Maximum of Safety THE BANK FOR SAVINGS CAPITAI. 9400,000.00 Open Saturday E>enlnf • to I Pine SI. at Pavrtfe Am SATURDAY WILL BE THE BIG SELLING DAY OF TURRELL'S FINAL CLEAN-UP » Purchase While There Are Still Good Sizes ys\ in the Most Desirable Lines # ] Former Values to Former Value* to ST7 115,00 92000 $6.95 $9.95 1 Wlll«r * *nna and other fumrni. makH ar» tnclud-fl In this modiolirtd h.?? lot, of whit* kid. rrlg nclot h, amy f>«».« calf, brown and hlak '!"• h^tiVi.lv lluim «»d r f.hA h!«?« it hi.h 5 kill lan Huult calf »od l>lark and brown satin. In ovrry dealred Oxford'pattella? Cuban hoels. In both atrap puu>p,au4 g- a > Wonderful Values in pPL MEN'S SHOES H-.J7.95 v=»-..59.9S n/tV N \ Bnatnnlan. m»tor A Morrtn and Famous Johnston * Murphy, Net \ hlirh rrado Oxford «j»«l tleton and Bostonlan. tn both high X -* 1 shoe modolf -staple lasla, "nappy _ , , , broßiir styles. dressy Knjltsh an< ' models, bal, blurhrr and \ models. In brown kid. blaek kid and brosrua atylaa, in alalia and taglinli mr Hundred* of *ho«>« ar«» offered In thl« sale. Many llnea at* broken, hat rr«ry • irlif and ahape of foot ran bo cared for at a big saying. No refund* on aale shoes. | J Exchange* made In morning «njy. TURRELL SHOE CO. SALE AT SECOND AND MADISON STREET STORE ONLY IIMSIEE-©SIIIEBS©N <G& SECOND AyENUE AND IMVEfiSITY SXUXZt 0 'mm * Titans Star® .Is iira E®adlm©ss for Fall Well-equipped With All Kinds of Merchandise for Fall Purchasing Women's fall coats, suits and Men's wear dresses j^ ew ]jandbags Misses' school dresses and new Neckwear fall coaLs New lines of fall Oxfords Millinery Draperies for fall housefittings Woolen dress poods and silks Luggage for students Bedding and Linens • Underwear Special Price Basement •Summer Tvh Frocks That Are Exceptional Values at Ginghams in the more attractive color- 'C ings, in two and three-color plaids and ~ f Sheer and dainty organdies and quaint, figured voiles. \r- Clever styles in apronette frocks and ~ , tunic effects, with trimmings of ruffles and pleatings. Vestee effects, roll collars, 100 N®W Fall Tuxedo and Peter Pan collars add to the smartness. All the wanted mid-summer Jrattw t colore. Sizes for women and misses. . Very Specially Priced at For Special Savings on $5.95 *,*,«• A smart selection of Sjporft# W«ar new fall hats in all the Noveltv Prunella Sports Skirts at $7.95. ge ™ shapes and colors. Regular '*lo.oo and $12.50 qualities. Semi " a i lor p d ?,° d e !u' Black Velvet Sports Jackets at ou , *l^. u ' styles with Regular $15.00 qualities. b, ™ s , a" d ue Fibre Tuxedo Sweaters at $5.95. Regu- modfils for misses lar $7.50 qualities. and older women. Jersey Jackets at $5.95. Unusual qual- Black Navy Rust Sand ities at this low price. • Paprika Brown • 400 Lmzerie Blouses ~ ~ , , Attractively Priced For Clearance t $11.29 and 200 Wkite $1.49 Wash Skirts Two groups of pretty Exceedingly Low new models of sheer ' Priced voiles with square necks and V-shaped neck# with aft long collars; some dain tily trimmed with lace White gaberdine skirts and ruffles, others with in a variety of models, touches of checked trimmed with broad ch am bray. Trim, becom-' belts and novel, button ing styles that are easy trimmed pockets. All to Sunder. All sizes, 36 sizes, 26 to 32. FRIDAY, AITCTST 12, 1321.