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"LEAN TEARS" and "FAT TEARS"
I-MT There will always be "lean years" and "fat
years." Those who save in the fat years can
go comfortably through the lean years. Better
times appear to be approaching. Take "time
by the forelock" and get a good start.
A Comfortable Horn* and
A Comfortable Bank Account
0[ Are these two desires among your wholesome
Insure the unblemished realization of your
hopes and plans by opening a SAVINGS AC
COUNT with the "MUTUAL SAVINGS" at
815 Second Avenue.
Savings received ia amounts from SI.OO to
t $5,000.00. Husband and wife may each have
the limit of $5,000.00. To open an account by
mail, send either check, draft or P. 0. money
order. If currency, it should be registered.
Thorn** 8. tJppy
WILLIAM D. COMER .rr«l<sent Hf||ry R Kln(r
THOMAS 8. IJPPT. .Vk* PreeMent C»eor*« K Hannon
_ _ _ . r»r»u«on Janaen
XDOAH E. CUSHINO. •, .RwicUtt JMgar C. Cunhlni
JAMES a. MURPHY Couneel WUIUm D. Comer
and Loan Association
Optimum High for
■sttraataatto repot ta war* gtran
Vnntay alibt to tha executive cam
||MM ta ehar*e of tha Pacific North
VMI Jierchania' convention, to be
M 4 at tha Ball at. terminal July 14
JOIN THE CROWDS AT
SEATTLE'S MOST BEAUTIFUL
Largest sad Best Equipped Cafeteria on the
Ilia brightest, cleanest and best ventilated din
ing room in America, seating 800 people. We
serve several thousand people with breakfast,
lunch and dinner daily. The very best food at
popular prices. Music noon and evening.
A Place That Is Different
That Win Please
FOURTH AVENUE AND PINE STREET
Tou can dreee In Summer comfort )
without tying up the entire price
of your clothe* at one time. Dls- V d
tribute the payment over a period n •
that will make It eaay for you to |
dress the way you Ilka. I
Vive Dollar* wilt bring you any 1/, I
ault you want. Tou pay the bal
ance In weekly or monthly pay- V
meota— whichever you prefer. J
# Bradbury Clothes
for Men and Boys
ThU well known brand of clothee
offer* an excellent (election. Brad-
Thla mean* that you bury Butte are tailored In latest
can buy anything In fashion, well made of hlfh-trada
thl* store by paying woolen*, and very serviceable. Men'a
only a email amount at size* itell from 129.60 up. Boy*' or
the time. The balance Junior size*, with extra pair of
may be distributed over knickerbockers, ft 11. Five dollars
week* or month*. will take away any suit
209 Union Street 1332-34 Second Avenue
to S». and A. B. Galloway, vlca<pre«t
<tnt of the Amertoan Taper FORl
pany and pntrtl chairman of tha
convention. Mid Friday that M per
cant of ail tha available aihlblt apaon
haa bNa taken. with 'vary proapect
of tha antlra 105.00« aquara feet,
doubla that of la*t yaar, being taken
before tha ahow open*
JI NK U
K. F". C.—Jl noon to I p m.
1.15 p. m to 2 p m.
Ml p. m. to 1 p. tn.
K. I>. * E—l 10 p. itv to 4 1} p. «n.
K. F. C—rJ» p. na. <»> * P m.
MO p. m to 1:11 p. tn.
K. Z C.—«:« P. m. to 7:11 p ra
K. J. R.—ail p- m. to"l:l5 p. m.
K. F. C, —»:ll p tn to 10-Jo p. m
Programa Include muvto, new*
bulletlna, market reporta nn<l
new* from the department etorea.
India ha* 10 clttea with a popula
ion of over 100.000 each.
Heine Vinegars have
rare qualities —"coax-
ing" qualities. They
coax the appetite. They
coax the rarest flavors
out of the foods they
touch. Their fragrance
alone coaxes you to use
them. Four kinds. In
Heins sealed bottles,
Restores the Helpless, Knocks
Out Severe Lumbago.—O.
M. Newland Wslks Erect
After Second Bake— His
O. M. »»UXD
V H«4 a MM! MTN affaefc TF
l.«nkn««i raw Id (Ml w«vf arvaM
I aad tkat wan all. I rlmda
M« ta RNWUM l»r. U«TKB<7« »%klrk
I did. I»r. l»Mcliaff aa* lata
«li» Mak«- Ovra. ai«*e kari ar
aa I eauld aeareelr bear If, aM Jaaf
a* aaaw aa tka kail **aa ap»IM4 I
frit M Mslhiaß efferf. and after Ikr
Miik# I wan aklr fa «fl ••»» ~f fkf
»f "Hh.Mii hrifi aaf after aaatkrr
ftakr f wai akle fa fraaa myarlf, aad
I frit frra from the l.aaikaa". I bar*
takea a few aaare Hakra, and I ka»#
fallowed llr. I.a«ffkaay'a laatraeflea*
aa la aa f 4ir(, na4 wllk Ike aarprlt
lag rraulta tkat I'ta aaf «aa kit af
atoiaaeh ar k«wa| fronklr. Tliat la
aarlk a fartaaa la ar, far I ka4
rkraalr atAaafk (raaklf aad raaatl
pntlwa. aad now I kaaar It aaa all
raaaed ky araag raflai, entirety aa!
I mm aarll pleaaed. aad I ad viae all af
mj alllajK friend* ta takr Ikr Ifuaaaa
Hake Orra trrataarati fa kava tkelr
dirt rarreeted by l>r. louskney. V©u
raa eat plenty bat f«« aaaat rat ear
rrctly. I raja? eatln« aa l»r. I itiifk
ney a rear rlbr«. Yaara far l»r. I.anik
ary'a Vlaaaaa Bake Ovra and ear reel
plan af ratlaa, O. M. KKWLANUi
1 22 9t *t. N. K.. AH bur a. \% aak.
Dr. Loughney, Famous Dieti
tian, Publishes New Book
"Free to You Postpaid"
Ymm will win* thla h—k Mghtj. W#
will MIAII them »m% WMKK. Writ# ymir
»«m# Mid Rfidrra* plainly, ud ran will
imwW* fomr lx»ok h j rrtum rn»ll. Th«/
Iro wrui»prd Mill «A mall out
Trmlniflii offlrwi mrr> h>rnt+4l mi lh» w-
NI-r nf L-'lfth MH<I I in lh« Crwy
Hull</.aff. Kuoin* JIO-J!1 11)-JU-JU.
I»r f MfhßM »• «*«l»»*i| by r<mtp*t«at
la4f nur«r«. Ilatira. I». m. IA Ip. m.
*u»4aya, I !• It «»lj. PI»MM. Main «f4f.
W« ar« Bp*ci»ll«t» In Cona«rv»*
tlon of Vision.
GLOBE OPTKAL CO.
Iftl4 \%>»f hike Art.
Bflitrm rik» «ad l*lnr Rla,
Pickets Called Off, Score
of Vessels to Load
roivn.Amr ore. June M rort
land Mart Ml out lla port day today
with th« elate wiped rle«n and the
iong drawn-out longelioi emen'a atrlke
aettled at laat.
The International longshoreman's
association called off Ita picket a late
yeaterday afternoon, mul today had
ttlven order* for all men to return
to work. Nearly a atora of veaaela
will be worked at ow»,
The aetttement waa by rnmpromlae.
thru the Oregon atate hoard of con
dilation, and en Ita for a neutral htr-
In* hall, aupervlaed by a committee
of two member® each from the em
ployera' aaaoclatlon and tha union. A
ellghtly lower wait acale la In effect,
and non union man are to have equal
opportunity In working ahlpa with
union men. amounting virtually to
tha aatabllahment of tha open ahop
In thl* port.
FLEET WILL AID
Great Ships to Be Here 3
Times in Summer
Ilattleahlpa and deatroyar* of the
Pacific fleet will b« m Seattle harbor
from July 1 to • July II to in,
Auguet 4 te II and Auguat II to 14.
aroordtng to word rwalva) by the
Cham bar of Commerce Thuiwlay
from Vice Admiral W. H Rhoemakar.
now at Hremerton Admiral Shoe
maker la In command of Battleehlp
Aa the national convention of the
Veteran* of Foreign War* will ba
held hare from Auguat 14 to I*. tha
nary will ba abla to taka part In U>a
feallvttle* Incident to tha wnHava In
tha closing dayi of tha gathering.
Rear Admiral H. V. Ilutehlaon.
chief of ataff to tha commander In
rhtef of the Pacific fleet, will be the
eentor officer In Seattle from July 1
to I. Ha will be aboard the U 8. H
California. Other batttaahlpe In tha
harbor between thoae daye will ba
tha Idaho. Tenn«aaee, AiUona and
Pennsylvania. Tha eenlor defrayer
officer In Seattle from July 1 to •
will ba Commander W. 8. Anderson
aboard the U. H M. Kidder.
Admiral E W. Kberte. tha com
tnander tn-ohtaf of the Pacific Peat,
will arrlva In Keattle on board tha
battleahlp California on Auguet 24.
Shipping Board It
WASHINGTON. June 11 A
aeriaa of hearing* atarted on July 1
In Chicago will ha held by a aub
committee of the Unfed Statea ehlp
ping board to decide whether ade
quale American flag tonnage fact I-
Itlea exist to warrant tha snforc*
merit of section U of tha merchant
marina act of 1111.
The datva for Ui« hearing are:
PertUM, Or*.. Jul* II: Aeattls.
Wuk , July 12: Ban July
IT. and Im Angele*. July 11.
The mrnnlNM will consist of Orwn
ml*»toners IThamberlaln. Benson and
Elks Banquet and
Program a Success
Headllnera from locel theaters
combined to make the Elha* banquet*
and entertainment Thursday night
ona of the "best ever," according
to W. A. weary wilkins chair
man of tha entertainment commit
I>xa» Out nan. film luminary, now
at tha Palaea Hip. provided the
main feature, closely followed by
tha Hippodrome Danes Revue, Mar.
lon Olbnay, comedienne at tha Pan
tages, and Casey Jones and Mar
guerlte D'Aurla, entertainers at
Boosting th« atata eonventlon of
Rika at Anacortes In July wu tha
purpose of tha program.
Boy's Death Under
An "unavoidable accident," accord
in* to a coroner's Jury at Enum
claw. Thursday, waa responsible for
tha death of william gross 14. killed
at Train. Waah., Hundny by an auto
driven by 11. 11. farrell Heat lie at
W OMKN "1" be gltd to
Mi " kaow of s liiillti
n J th»i ownm wiihnst
■| arising .r waakanin*
■f Tkoaunds will |*|l ton
JT \ W they set im: satisfactory
P'V\ Jr trom Dr CsUlwsll'a
U/L.X Srnip Pepsin thsa from tall*.
Jv pills sad draatl* ct'.harttss
~ Vynip Papsln It a rnlld. gentle
elsanesr ead revmlator. Meeetaoalr
about a cent a doe*.
THE FAMILY LAXATIVE
Tske Dr CaldsraU'a firms Pepsin
when oooetlpeted. bllloaa, hesdtehr
or nut of •ort» You will And ynur gen
ertl health end eetnpleilon ao Im
-1 proved that lee* eoametlra will be
needed. ThouaanU* of woman bare
proved this true.
HALF-OUNCE BOTTLE FREE
Paw ~o*p> m «•*< If «■, da
nat ttqutn a latMirt at tSu mirmmt lo *aa
•anj you e llrti/-owpy» 7*tsl RorrU of my
I s-rup riM. f*EB OP r.HAXQK m ik«i
' yon urid Km U UJ, wfin ntUtA Sim f)y
1 w*4 jour ,jnJ ndAtm tm I*. VC B.
i )H VaikntunSt.. MearttelUi.
111. W.ua ma roJs-t.
Prime Rib Hteak, French Fried
I'otatoe*, Dread and Butter—
In the following
(SPECIALTY POOD NHOP
110 Pike HI.
15t4 Third Ave.
821 Eiut Pike
BIG SPECIALS FOR
Tomorrow is Bargain Day at McCormack Bros.' Store again! As usual, you will find a large num
ber of exceptional values in the various department*. Values in this store mean quality merchan
dise, high grade workmanship, up-to-date styles a n( j • ] o w prices. Our low expense of conducting
business gives you rare shopping opportunities. Walk down a few blocks and take advantage of
Specials in Men's Wear
Athletic Union Suits,
2 for $1.75
Special valuea of »rry fine Nalnaook Athletic
Union Bulla »s#, 2 for SI.TS. Cut full *Ua.
alaatlc Inaart In back. Sl*e* t4 to 44.
Poros Union Suit*,
2 for $1.75
Anothar bargain of Men's roroaknlt Union
ftulta; splendid quality; whtta and acru; abort
sleeve*. ankle length: rloaad crotch.
Men's Lisle Sox,
3 Pairs for SI.OO
Regular 4«o valu«-« of Mrn'a liercerlxed Hale
Hog; guaranteed to give food service; doubla
toes, aolaa and heels. gray. I*alm Beach. black
and brown. Him #H to 11H.
Men's Negligee Shirts, $1.69
Splendid valuaa of Naw Tan Negligee Shirt*
—I ho tat art thin* In shirt* Mad* of heavy
shirting eloth; low collar; with pocket. Rises
14 to IT.
Wool Bats $2.50
72x84-lnch Pure Fleece
Wool Bats, weight 2 lb*.—
for comforters and quilt*.
Sterilized and anti-moth
Cretonne, Yard, 25c
35c quality of Cretonne;
36 inches wide; extra
heavy weight; floral and
stripe designs: fast colors.
Bleached Sheet* $1.39
81x90 inches—good qual
ity sheeting; free from
Huck Towels, Pair, 75c
18x36-inch Linen Huck
Towels; hemstitched ends
with small red designs.
Bed Spread* $1.75
72xH4-inches; white cro
cheted Bed Spreads; good
weight; large enough for
WHAT THE BOOKS DEAL WITH|
••PtA.HTF.Ii SAINTS," by Fred -1
erlo Arnold Kummer. Tha Macaulay l
C'o„ New York. St.Tft net. Tha etory
of a benutlful girl's hartwrlng with a
man In Now York In order to make .
her life what aha wanted It. Ha waa
out of her class, but had auld lie waa
craiy about har. lia demands the (
"CLAIM NO. 1," by Oeorwe W
Ogden. II »0 nat. Colorful deecrlp
tlon of tha opening up of an Indian
reaarvatlon In Wyoming. Tha draw-
Ing waa l»y lot and a phyalctan who
drew tha lucky "one" has the fight
of hla life against crooka and poll
tlrian*. Tt»s charm of the atory la
In Ita atmosphere and Ita character
"THE EIGHT STROKES OF THE
t'MM'K." by Maurice 1-elllnnn, Tha
Macaulay Co., N. Y., $1.75 net. Tha
latest exploit* of Arwene l.upln. A
thrilling atory of ahndowa, mystery
-A SON OK THE SAHARA," by
I,outne Clerard, Tlw> Macaulay Co.,
N. Y„ $1.76 net. An Arab, aeeklng
to avenge tha Maying of hla father
by an Englishman, had muda lovo
lo tha Englishman's daughter and
trapped her. Rut ha finds htmwelf
about to ha thwarted In his designs
l>ecuu*e he had fallen In love with
the girl he meant to sell aa a slave.
How ln> met the problem la told In
•THE VinOIN OF TITO SI'N," ,
by Rider Haggard, Doubleday. Page
A Co., Harden City, N. Y., a tale of
romance, high adventure and mystic-
Ism. Flashing banner* and gleaming
swords are In this story, which be.
gins In old Ixindon and moves thru
perils on sea and land to tint place
FREE TREATMENT 1
M#«n *n<l womfn •—rm mitttr
what your ullmwnt, ffrattp this op
portunity. Visit our ftmitprNrtlr
I'llnlr. All DftlffUll Method*.
1 N runif Ailment* Our J»|»*«'ln Ify.
I'nlvfrMl H»nW>m. U«> OulU|«,
720 Thompson Tlidft., 4th av*. ami
Cherry Ht., Main 0714.
Pure Silk Hose,
A wonderful bargain of
Womea's Pure Silk Hosiery
Thay a/a not low In prlc* ba
cauaa of poor quality. An ex
amination will con vino* you
that thay are extra good val
uaa. Coma In black and
New Silk Hosiery,
AU tha lataat ahadaa In thee*
naw Silk Stocking! for worn
an; mada of pur* atlk thread;
knitted In a finer gauge than
usual; mercerised llale tope
and double aolaa. heela and
tors. Extra big value!
Special Values for Saturday From Our Housewares
Department and sc, 10c and 15c Section
100 feet of 11-«trand heavy Galvanized
Wire Rope for clotheslines. Special,
The Mop With Fingers—the newest
and best floor or dusting mop made;
either dry or oiled. This comes with two
handles, one long and one short. Spe
60 feet of Standard Red-Line Garden
Hose, with coupling. Special, $5.65.
18-inch japanned _ Wire Springs for
screen doors—each 7<.
✓7T*/#/l /I "T 3 ro*r wr/7f~~\
SECOND AVENUE AT *iAME£ S TREE*
I where the hero finds and love* and
! I* In return loved by Qtiltla. daugh
ter of the moon and virgin of tha
RADIO ROOKS. "Construction of
New Type Transatlantic Receiving j
Nets," by M R. Hleeper. and "The
i A R C of Vacuum Tul>e« Used In !
| Radio Reception," by E. H. 1-ewls. j
The former deacrlpes types of recelv-
Ing sets for listening In on the high i
, jtfiwer tvlegraph stations of Asia and j
Our wlulibOM rubber, which doe* \
pot rover thn roof of the mouth If
you have two or moro teeth.
Natural Rubber. eet of $6.00
Gum t.yke Rubber, a perfect re
production of the human gum, eet :
GOLD CROWN d"/l
Most of our present patronage I*
recommended by our early cuato. !
mere, whone work la atlU giving good
All work guaranteed for IS year*
i 2nd Ave. und University St.
Boys' Durable Suits
2 Pairs of Knickers
Tomorrow is Bargain Day In our Boys' Suit Department.
A splendid line of suits go on sale for 57.48. These suit* are
of high grade wool tweeds, cassimeres and worsteds that will
jfive the best of service. All are tailored in new spring styles
and finished in excellent shape. Remember the extra knickers
mean extra service. Ages 7 to 18.
Splendid values of Black
Kid Oxfords; military heel
with rubber top lift; walk
ing last; smart looking and
comfortable. Sizes 3 to 8.
Europe and the latter la Intsrestlntr
to tha person who wiabea to know
what goes on Instils a vacuum tube
when It Is used In a radio receiving
Money back guarantee with every
ault. 1-aff. the Tailor, 1108 Jrd.—Adv. j
BUSINESS IS CHMID
This pall mi in black sal in.
covered hwi, Ar* i"\/\
priced at vD.UU
While poplin clotli and canvas
Cuban lied rumps ami Oxfnrds—
s2.oo $3.00 $4.00
Children'. Tennis Shoes, Sandals
and Mary Janes—
sl.oo to $3.00
100 prr rent lieathrr Short, for
s4.oo and $5.00
United Shoe Stores, be.
509 PINK STREET
Opp. Frederick & Nelson's
i.i. ■ i ■
Fine Bmoked horsehide
shoes for little folks; lace
style; spring heel, strong
leather sole, McKay sewed.
Sizes 5 to 8.
Popular at ylra, mada In large, full alie* of
fin* cambric finlah full standard percales; shown
In attractive pla Ida. cbacka and stripes; fast
Rubber Side Corsets,
Eleven Inch Corselettea with S Inch elastic
Inaart on each side; routll front; non-rust steal*
and four hoee supporters, extra good valuea
Sateen Bloomers 49c
Vary special valuta of children's ftna Nor
man tn*raerl*ed Mack aateen Bloomers, excel
lent quality, Klia* 2 to 12 yaara.
Boys' Hose, Pair 25c
Real good hoee for boy*—Just the kind yoo
would Ilka to buy. They sra mada of a good
grade of yarn, eloaely knitted In one and one
rtb with sufficient weight to stand hard wear.
81*e* to *%.
Wallace retlnned silver-finish Knives
and Forks, for camping use. Each 10# —
3 for 25#.
Retinned silver finish Teaspoons, for
camping use—each 4f —3 for 10#.
Carnation Condensed Milk in large cans
Campbell's Canned Soups chicken,
vegetable or tomato —each 10#.
Paper Pie Plates —4 dozen, 25#.
Polar White Soap—6 bars for 25#.
H i I
THE SINGLE TRACK
, A »p.rl«ral>r Drnmn of Uvr,
Wealth an* Humnnrf
Amy 1A - All tin
Kvenlnffa gilft MallMM 2i3U
ALL THIS WKKK
KvfNlMK*, 50c to llftfl
Mnrdajr M«(liipr, Mir la s*.Oo
I'lai 10% Tat
I f WILLI AW HARRIS #». PUCtHITS
PRANK McGLYNN rrvncNVMy
& Beg. Sun. Night
SKAT SALE NOW
SAT. MAT. ONLY
Miss Jants luib not appoared hrrca
ilnoe "The Slim I'rlnciwa," tOl
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