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Announces Candidacy Will Seek to Win Place Now Held by Senator Miles Poindextcr John FJ. Itallalne, of thla city. ■HHinml loday that he will be a 'an I dtdnto fur nomination far l?nl»«xl Ktate* senator In the republican prl mar"'. Hrptfmlwr IS, to il'fwl Hen •tor Miles IVtnde*ter. Tin. clean thinking men and wmntrn of this Mali* and the na tion, * »»nl liallalne. "ran regard Senator I'oindcttcr** vote In the NmVrrv rtM In no nllwr light than an Indorsement of Iho prin ciple that a >nrt In tho I nlted M*ln> senate bfhmc by rig ht |o Ihe highest hlaliKr for cash and to tho trafficker In tho mint cor rupt methods. "tils rote, on a lon* tl»t of othe< mee.snrea tho laat three vears. tnclud In* hi* voto against tho collective ' marketing hill, aro equaly mlsrepre aen'atlve.-f tho ooneclence and tho In terests of the people of Waahlngton PMH'I K «HJ. HI-\/K NKW TItAH. •Thov will not accept atteh atand art< They will blase a now trail and aet up now guide poets of thotr own making. under the light of common honesty. "I am In tho rare on tho eipreesed wish of representative mon and worn on from every part of tho state. "After conference* with theee man And women, aomo of them *t»eaktng Officially for organlaatlona with mem berahlp* of many thousanda. all of us former support*ra of ftenator Futmlexter hut unable to go with him In hi* abandonment of tha prln rtples and pledgee on which ha wa* ele.-te.t at* yeara ago. I announce my candidacy " If elected. liallalne *ve ha will: Stand for clean polttlc*. clean method* and clean measure*. Refuse admission to tha aenata of any man who cornea with a tainted Mrtlfloat* of election. Voto to vacate tha sea t held by any such perron If tha <*aa ahould bo reopened. Represent fairly and •qunrely •very part and all elementa of tha afata. WOI KXCT l OK AI4. ASIATICS Kavor eiclusion ot Asiatic*. Cooperate with tha agricultural bio.- of tha aenata. Work for reclamation project a par ticularly Ihose In tha Wenatchee. Klltita* and Yakima valleys and the Columbia baaln project. Work for tho opening of Alaska Mid resultant business revival of thla atate. Oppose leasing tha govern men t Alaska railroad to private operators. Serve, Individually «r*l collectively, the «v veterans In all that the na tlon promises and owoa. Work to amend the KscbCummlns railroad act to correct and prevent Wlatnterpretatlou of Ita provtalona to the prejudlca of employee and make Ita provtalona clear and un equivocal In their application to em ployer* and employea alike. "On these Isnues." Itallalna de clare*. "and on theae pledge* I go be fore the people of the atate, among whom I have lived for 41 yeara, aquareiy and fairly asking their aup port." Ball&ine Has Been Active in Northwest John K. Ballalna, candidal* for I'nltrd States Kiutnr, U a Mitll* man. Ha rM brn on a farm tn lowa. September !, IIS*, and nun* to Washington territory tn 1I7» wltA bin parent*. En rout* West. hla father d!e<l John E. Batlaine from wound.* received In the Hvll war with the 20th lowa Infantry, »nd Hallaln* grew up on hi* mother 1 * farm. In Whitman county. ATTENDED SCHOOL IN WALLA WALLA He went to the public Reboot* and to Whitman college. Walla Walla, taught school four years, then went into newspaper work. for two yearn he published the Col fa* Gazette. He worked on the IMIly Hpokexman In Spokane and the I (ally ln Tacoma, filling every edl torliil poo It lon on the Tacoma I-c<lg»r up to managing editor, and wa* a year on the Associated Press, In Washington, I). C, an editor of tha Botithern division He was executive secretary to Hov. John R. Itogr-ra and adjutant general under him until the beginning of the Hpaniah-Amerlcan war. He served In the Spanish-American •nd Philippine wars for 18 month* • s flrat lieutenant, First Washington Infantry, arid was In all the 34 hnttU a and sklrmlsln s of that regiment. POI NDED TOWN OF SEWARD Returning from the Philippines, he went to Alaska, founded the town of Ksward, eatabllahed a paper tbera, <h» Seward Gateway, and surveyed the route of the Alaska Central rail way. later chosen by the government Cor th* raoently oouiiileUsU Alaska Teddy MacNamara With "Irene" Teddy MacS'atnara appearing in "Irene" at the Metro politan. Insert *how* Teddy as he looked in '-4 Runaway Girl" when he played here 16 years ayo with the "ollard Opera company. I T«Hy MarN'smara •« In town. I | Kvarybody who follow* the 'Neulrl' cal |im< known Tnklr Ha Ural ap peared here In IXX sith.the CdhM l>p»ri company. a group of clever Australian kiddle*. who imiM a nam" railroad v ll* »im genera! manager A iring the pe*iod of codWrwctlon of ihe Alulu Central and ral». d all the fund* to build It. an president and owner of the Tanana Construction j company, which he organued. ll« p|*nt several ymm In Wwrti-1 Ington. ,D. C. In the Interest* of, Alaaka development. and for 12 year* ha* ahled In the rapport of reclama tion project*. Including the Columbia basin project, working In thl* Mate and In Washington, O, C. H* I* married *nd ha* two married daughter* and a win, all living In j Seattle at 4705 lMh ave. V K . where Itallaln* ha* re*|ded for 12 yenrs Balialn* has one lodve affiliation. If* I* a member of t'nlverilty lodge No 141. V * A M ' Another Reason Basement Price* Are Lower— H We Sell No Good* on Part Payment I Tweed and Tricotinel Dresses $5.00 I Two-piece Tweed Dresses In the popular Collegiate style—the overbloune is shirred at the waist i< /\>7\ anf i finished with white collar iyl i\ and cuffs. Another style in tweed I / M ,s a on<v P'* CP style with pongee /~~H M vestee and facings at the cuff. f \ j Tricotine Dresses, made in the I I) * straight line model, finished with Kitl'ij embroidery, novelty braid and X£l stitching. Sizes to 42. \ H J r All-Over Aprons $1.65 Ml / Of Amoskeag gingham; made ■■ with deep hem. In five clever [7 styles. Sizes to 44. |H New Sport Coats JFr I of Polaire Cloth tiV I M—j'Jj \ 7\-> H $15.00 fifl Top Coats with all kinds of I \ IS style! They have the Tuxedo HR throw collar finished with a silk YYT H| fringe. Kaglan sleeves, patch pock- \ I Hf ets, wide-mouthed bell sleeves and a buckled belt. The colors are tan Hn and "Rooky." Sizes to 40. mSt * * * 1 for themsetre* thrumit the atate* since that time h« ha* appeared her* .In vaudeville ■ number of Umea. Teddy started hi* theatrical career ll* a comedian and ha ha* etuck to that lln« of work. Just how *uc<-ega ful ha ha* been I* evidenced by hi* ■ lever Impersonation of 'Madam Uwy," fashionable dreaamaker, In "Irene." the musical comedy at the ■ Metropolitan thl* week lie literally ("bring* down the houne" aa the I *<«•*. i In *plte of hi* youth, the young comedian »* a muchly married man. Wlfl* travela along with the com pany but ahe I* by no mean* 4r*«.*» boggage. No. Indeed, ahe plays one of the mnet Important role* Tliey have been married four veer*. I After finishing h>e preernt engsge tnent with "Irene" Mr. and Mr*. ' MncNarnara will take a four or five week vacation and then will Mart re. ' hearanl with another big musical comedy company. THE SEATTLE STAR * * * | Union St, Basement A Clearance of Home and Garden Wares 1 roll of 160 feet Poultry Net ting*, r» feet hijeh, I-inch me*h, formerly $16.60, reduced to 910.00. 2 roll# of 1.10 feet Poultry Wire, fi feet hijfh, 1-inetv mesh, formerly SIB.W), reduced to *12.00. 80 Gas Lighters, formerly 10c, reduced to 3*.' 19 12-ounce bottle* of Furni ture Polish, formerly 50c, re duced to 25*. 2 Oil Wagon Ijinterns with magnifying lens, formerly $2.50, reduced to 91.00. 144 Screen Door Springs, for merly sc, reduced to 2 for s*. 30c Milk Strainer*, formerly 45c, reduced to 25*. 18 part* to Fishing Poles, re duced to 1(V. 80 can* of Salmon Eggs re duced to s*. Odd* and ends of Fishing Tackle art Half Price and I**h. Remnants of Silks and Satins at Half Price THinO Kivrfw - THE I«>N MAROIR A Clearance of Chinaware Odd pieces of Studio liand painted China at Half Price. Odds and ends of Imported China Dinner-ware at Half Price. 85 Glaa* Mower Bud Vases, formerly 25c. reduced to 10*. Lower Main Hssssssssssssss' A Clearance of MEN'S Good* Broken sites in Men'* Im ported Madras Shirts, sizes 14 to 16''j, formerly $3.45, reduced to 91.95. Odd lot* of Men'* Woven Madra* and Fiber Striped Shirt*, formerly $1.95, sizes 14. 14' j, 15, 15'4, reduced to 91.15. Broken lines of Men's White Madras and Striped Percale Pajamas, formerly $2.50 and $3.00, reduced to 91.05. Broken lines of Men's $2.50 to $3.50 Fancy Silk Four-in -1 lands reduced to 05*, 12 Men's House Coats, eize* 36 and 38, formerly $5.00, re duced to 91.05. Men's Jlibbed Cdtton Union Suits, long sleeve*, ankle length, »i*es 34. 36 and 38, formerly $1.50, reduced to 65*. 29 Stetson and Mallory Ilats, sizes 6%, 6?'b. and 7. formerly $5.00 and $7.00, reduced to 91.05. Men'* Black and Gray Silk Gloves, formerly $1.50, reduced to 05*. A Clearance of Luggage 1 $37.50 Fitted Suit Case at 925.00. 1 $50.00 Fitted Suit Case at 934.50. • 4 $8.95 Unfitted Cowhide Bags at 96.75. 37 Fiber Lunch Boxes, for merly 49c. reduced to 25*. 1 $2.50 Tool Case reduced to 91.25. 1 $2.95 Tool Case, fiber, re duced to 91 •■sß. 1 $3.50 Filter Tool Case re duced to 91*75. 1 $4.5<? Fiber Tool Case re duced to 92.25. 2 $3.95 Fiber Tool Cases re duced t«i 91.07. I Upper Main A Clearance of Toilet Needs 100 Mary Garden Compact Rouge, 100 Mary Garden double Van ities, r»o<». 15 large Un Air Em balme Rouge, 75^. 25 small Colgate Cold Cream, 20<*. $1.50 Picture Frames reduced to 35<*. Friday—Month-End Clearance at The Bon Marche Hundreds of seasonable economies are listed below, and th<* actual saving in dollars and cents may lie easily determined by a comparison of the clearance price with the original price. NOTE H\! Original Price, vr mean the price at which the merchandise tea* marked when placed on sale for the first time. * == T' Upper Main Hosiery Clearance 160 pairs Women's Silk Stock ing*, 85c, reduced to Oik*. 14 pair* Minnes' Silk and Fiber How, sl.i!. r >, reduced to 7 ft pairs Infants' Silk Stock ing. 75c, reduced to 39**. 18 pairs Children's White Cotton Stocking, 2fic, reduced to 15*. Damaged and Mended Silk Stocking*—Half Price. A Clearance of Flouncing Remnants Embroidery Flouncing*, siis to ♦2.00, reduced to 50* yard. Camisole Embroideries. 50c a yard, reduced to 25* yard. 1 jur and Embroidery Rem nant*, 10c, reduced to 5* yard. Kilet and Cluny Ibices; Rem nants; 15c and 19c, reduced to 10* yard. Embroidery Flouncing*; Rem nant*; 35c, reduced to 15* yd. A Clearance of Neckwear, Veilings and Ribbons Slip-on Veil*, formerly 15c, reduced to 10*. Neckwear Sets, formerly $l.OO to $2.00, reduced to SO*. Ribbon Remnants, 5c to 8c yard, reduced to 3* yard. 10c to 12c Ribbon Remnants reduced to 5* yard. 15c to 20c Ribbon Remnant* reduced to 10* yard. 25c to 35c Ribbon Remnants reduced to 15* yard. 40c to 60c Ribbon Remnants reduced to 25* yard. 65c to 98c Ribbon Remnants reduced to 35* yard. Clearance of Books and Stationery 250 Boy Scout Books at 10* each. 200 boxes Stationery at 35* a box. A Clearance of Boys' Wearables 10 Boy*' Suits, $8.65, re duced to 95.45. 11 Boys' Suit*, $14.85, re duced to 90.85. 29 pairs Boys' Wool Knickers, $8.50, reduced to 92.75. 9 Boys' \Va*fi Suits, $1.95, reduced to 91.25. 11 Boys' Wash Suit*, $2.95, reduced to 91.05. 6 Boys' Wa#h Suits, $3.95, reduced to 92. 45. 33 Boy*' Shirts, $1.25 and $1.50, reduced to 60*. 19 pairs Boys' Wool Knick ers, $2.75, reduced to 92.25. 4 pairs Corduroy Knickers (stouts), reduccd to 92.75. A Clearance of Gloves 12 pairs Fabric Gauntlets, $1.75, reduced to 94.50. 186 pairs Imported Lambskin Gloves, $1.45, reduced to 94.10. IfiO pairs Fabric Gloves, $1.23, reduced to $l.OO. 190 pairs sample Fabric and Silk Gloves, 79c, reduced to 4!><\ Soiled and mended Gloves re duced to price. Fine Coatings, lengths from 1 to 2 yards —54 inches wide—at less than half the regular price. UPI'tCK MAIN KM Kin THE lto\ MARCHR The BoivMarcH^ PI KB 6TIIEKT—BBCOND AVENUE—UNION STHEET || Upper Main Shoe Clearance 135 pairs of Children's Low or iiijrh Shoes, sizes K'/ a to 11, formerly SH. 50 to $5.00, re duced to 92.-15. 00 pairs of Hoy*' Felt Slip pers in jrray or blue, sizes 11 to 2, formerly $1.50 to $2.00, reduced to 08<*. 60 pair* Women'* Black Kid Juliet* reduced to $3.45. 65 pairs of Colored Poplin Boudoir Slippers, formerly $2.50, reduced to $1.50. 45 pairs of Tan Russia Calf Two-strap Oxfords, formerly $lO.OO, reduced to $5.H5. A Clearance of Knit Underwear 13 Boys' 65c Fleeced Draw ers reduced to 50<. 11 Women's $l.OO Bloomers reduced to Ctsf. 67 Girls' $l.OO Bloomer Union Suits reduced to 75<. 12 Girls' $1.25 Fleeced Union Suits reduced to 75<. Remnants of Wool Dress Goods and Coatings Half Price Umbrella Clearance 25 Silk Umbrellas, $9.45, re duced to 98.45. A Clearance of Necklaces and Bags Fancy Bead Necklaces, $1.60 to $7.00, reduced to Price. Lined Boston Bags, now 91.45. Notion Gearance Colored Pearl Buttons, 3 to 6 on a card, reduced to 10*. Kerr'# Lustre Twist, 15* a spool. Cashe's Wash Trimmings, 4 yards for 35C. Mission Hair Nets, cap or fringe, s*. Second Floor A Clearance of Hair Goods Hair Switches from 9 to 5 inches, reduced to 94.95. Hair Switches, formerly at $12.00 to $16.50, reduced to 98.75. Hair Switches, formerly at $16.50, reduced to 912.95. Transformations, formerly at $10.50 and $11.25, now 97.50. All-around Bobs, now 910, Anadon Nets, fringe and cap shape, double or single mesh, 15c; 4 for 48*. A Clearance of Babies' Wearables 15 Baby Coats, formerly $7.50 to $12.50 reduced to 9X75 to 90.25. 38 Novelty Rompers, $2.50, reduced to 91-25. 48 Muslin Baby Pants, at 19C. 9 Stemo Bottle Warmers, $3.50, reduced to 98*. A Clearance of Girls' Wearables 160 Girls' $4.95 Wash Dresses reduced to 92-45. 36 White Middy Skirts re duced to 95*. Corset Clearance $5.00 K. & G. and C-B a la Spirite Corsets, now $3.45. C-B Corsets (seconds), all sizes, $1.15. Rien Jolie Elastic-Top Corsets, $.1,00. THIRD ri/JOR-THR BOX MAfU^fE Second Floor j) A Clearance of Women's Suits 20 »26.00 to $35.00 Suits re duced to 91 1.77*. 10 *35.00 to $65.00 Suits re duced to 92-1.75. A Clearance of Blouses 12 $3.95 Tricolette Blouses reduced to 91.05. 24 $2.45 Overblouses reduced to 91.95. 74 $2.95 Lingerie Blouses re duced to 51.45. 12 $3.95 Silk Jersey Petti coats now $2.50. A Clearance of Lingerie and Dresses $1.95 Lingerie Cloth Gowns, lace trimmed, now 91.35. 59c Batiste Bloomers, full cut, reduced to 39£. $4.95 Indian Head straight line Dresses now 92.48. ii - .. ' Third Floor vSSSSSSSSSSSSSSI^S^^SSSSJ A Clearance of Art Needlework Hand-embroidered models re duced %to —included, towels, gowns, children's and infanta' dresses, scarfs, pillows, centers and luncheon sets. Cretonne Laundry Bag?, 50*. Package Goods, including gown s, combinations, girls' dresses (thread included), 75* and 91.00. Stamped Batiste Gowns, pink, 3 patterns, 95*. Stamped Articles, including pillows, scarfs, center, silver cases, at 50*. Stamped Articles, including infants' pillows, bibs and doilies at 15*. A Clearance of Cottons, Bedding and Towels Hundreds of Wash Goods Remnants, lengths to 5 yards— printed voiles, sjjk and cotton wash goods and tissue ging hams at HALF PRICE. Printed Voiles, 27 Inches wide, 15* yard. 18c Wash Goths reduced to 15*. 15c Wash Goths reduced to 12}**. 12' ic Cotton Crash at 10*. 25c Hemstitched Towels re duced to 19*. $1.50 Bed Sheets, 81x90 Ins., reduced to 91-25. $1.60 Bed Sheets, 81x90 Ins., reduced to 91 >39. $1.85 Bed Sheets. 90x99 Ins., reduced to 91.69. *^l • Fourth Floor SSSSSSSSSSSSSSS A Clearance of Draperies and Curtains Filet Curtains, overlooked cov- ered edges, neat allover and border designs; good. sen-ice able curtains. Formerly $5.00, reduced to $2.95. Overdrape Madras, .good all over designs, *in rose, blue, tan and preen; 36 inches wide; for merly 55c and 69c, reduced to 3»<\ Silk and Cotton Poplin in preen, rose, blue and biwvn, 36 inches wide, reduced to 75<\ Sateen, Soiesette and Crash, in brown, pray and tan, 36 ins. , wide, 25< yard. Bordered Marquisette, strong and durable, ecru only; 36 ins. wide; for merly 35c, reduced to 25<.