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tfiday, Jifly 30,1915.
ijHHDßg^'Get the Taste JBf\ mtsjXr Don't forget on your way ' ,^ Srvr home todaj to lake «it>i -^f- fl&' S"" "I' 1"14 1' "I thai Coffee &M[nk "/* >'OUI "!tt' *n-t>*'«' )uu I" brill* \\m Mm V Will kfep win in good hu ■ Mr tnor Instead of making .1 1 grouch out of )ou. There's ] M nothing in FAIRMONT COF m FEE but what is good, clean m and pure. That's one rea m hi.v why we recommend it, # and another NMN why it's j the grocer's best Keller —it's Bteel cut. KEPT CLEAN IN AIRTIGHT TIN! ::::::;: aii Grocers Saturday Kg FIRE SALE! Of Graham's High Grade Millinery Select ions are still good. ; Pennies do the work of dollars. Any Hat in the Store From 5c to 25c. ; Flowers, Ornaments. Fancy Feathers. All ■ are being slaughtered and everything must be disposed of by Saturday night. Piece Velvet Ribbons Veiling I from $1.50 to X*i ue§ *? Values to $1 $5.00, now — now yard, now— 25c Yd. 5c Yd. 5c Yd. 932-Broadway -932 Mac Lean Bros.' Old Store. America's Summer Life^^i &Q *p is seen at its best at the beaches along the flK^ l^^^^3/_W\ v :7 > Atlantic Coast. The j^iy crowds, invigorating m^Jj^xT^k r^j^ air, splendid hotels and the delightful ocean *^« N^T% Ns bathing combine to make these beaches attrac- M& J tive to all. To accommodate vacationists M IK^t/l BACK EAST JA M Low Round Trip Fares ifj m m' are in effect to all Eastern Point* including SUfj |^ U mL Niagara Falls, Thousand Islands, St. Lawrence River, \J mW^k Adirondack Mountains, New England, White Moun- ny // M C^*J tains, Canadian Resorts, Atlantic Seashore, Jersey w//m £s \ New York and Boston Jy Bern Tickets on Sale Daily to September 3Oth I i Ht V \-fi^fiv 3 NewYork&ntal Lines T/THK New York Central R. R. (Lake Shore)-" Water-Level Route" '1' ' )mßE\^* Stop-over privileges at all points eiiroute and option | l^^m'^^ of water or rail trips between Cleveland and ji ■"^ft k %--' Huffalo; Albany and New York. The most complete AV^mm^^t\" train service between Chicago and the East assure ■■ '^«^ Let Us Plan Your "Back East" Trip v^^^^^^^J- Tell us in a general way what you require, the numbei in your party, and Blfcjp^ the amount o( money you want to spend, and we will propose one or two /&C^m^mE^W^^& trips for your consideration, with complete information, and send you _^H|U^^^^^^^^^Hu» a descriptive folder. /lß^K^^^R3^^Hl Apply to your local agent for tirketH and sleeping car reservations, or for ""TL^^h^^^^JTCV^MJ complete information, call on or address our MM Setttle Office, 714 Second Armm L. F. Jon*«. General Aleut Ctunin DwlrißMl T. E. AND THE BRYAN AT EXPOSITION ♦ ♦♦♦#♦«.*♦♦«♦♦♦♦<» <s> # ■$> Mr. and Mrs. William Jen- ♦ # nlngß Hrvau at top and • # Theodore Koosevflt below. •.• # Both pic Hires were snapped 4 $• at the World's Fair, San # ••• KrHiicisco. f> «. Y. W.'S CONCERT HEARD BY 2,000 The V. W. C. A. benefit con cert by the Second Infantry band was heard by 1,094 persons in the Stadium lust nifiht, despite the fart it followed bo c!om-ly on Sousii s concerts. The soloß of .Miss Helen I'ris cllla Ukby were received with much applause. WILL BOOM LUMBER AMKDWN, July 30.— Plans for beginning a nationwide cam paign to boost the use. of wood j""oducts were iiniiounccl here to day by f. A. lloflieins, tMCUtlr* committeeman of the new trade MARINE AUTHOR HERE Japan's great writer or sea stories, Tarhino YoneKul'a, is in Tucoma. lie is serving as sec ond mate aboard the Japanese freighter Kageshlma Marj, unior PARDONS GRAFTERS CHARLESTON, W. Va., July 30.—After serving two years, five former members of the West Vir ginia legislature yesterday were i ACCIDENTS AT CAMP Jiie second inrantry took the field last night preparatory to the big battle which will taUe place today, brining the N. G. W. encampment to an end tomorrow morning. hTe troops prepared their own suppers last night over ramp 'ires. Early this mornine thcv were busy digging trenches to THE TACftjitoA TIMES extension department of the Na tional Lumber .Manufacturers un- Hociatlon. More than |X39,6tt, he Kays, has lieen raised to boom wood products durinx the next five yearn, and probably inoro than that MUH will be e\peudeil. Charter to Waterhonse a Co., loading general freight for Vladi vostok. Konekuba is h lavoilte In Japan with the chHilrrn, his stories are romantic and lull of adventure. pardonpd from the penitenllary by Oov. R. n. Hatfield. Ihe men were convicted of having tak'n bribes to vote ror V. tf. Senator Seymore Edwards in Ittl stay the invading forces which will come up Home time today from Cosgrove. Hiirbed wire en tanglements, bomb-proof and fire trenches will bar the in vaders. The day will be filled with actual warfare—with the exception of hot lead. Troop Bof Tacoma will work separately on outpost prohleniH Trumpeter Spencer Wiekman of Troop B slipped from his borne yesterday, breaking his ankle in two places. He was sent to St Joseph's hospital, along with J. L. Nobel of North Yaklnia, who was suffering from inflammation of the heart. <$> WAR OIMHTIES <t * « <8> LIVERPOOL — Despite <S 9 Germany's submarine block- ■•> <S> ade, figures show that of t ♦ 8,000 voyages to and from « <$> Liverpool since war befan, <£ «> only 2 9 ships have been de- ■» <•> s'royed. <$ <$> PETROGRAD — Reports * <»> from Lodz say the kaiser en- <?■ • tered the synagogue, raised ?> ■*- a scroll of the law and in- ■$ & formed the congregatioi he -f <•■ was the Messiah »md had 4 <*• been sent by God to save •»• <^ them. <j, • PARIS—A French lieuten- ♦ <!> ant who captured a German •* 4> lieutenant found his captive ♦ <^ to be of his own family, <f« «?> member of a branch that left <S> •¥• France for Germany twenty <J> years ago. ,», cheers every Home You'll Find L It Here T l/onis Dfian— not I ..in- Hean — who X Mini pell k. A. Hmpey hii<l ln'iii him iv the mountalnx for ! $6,000 llillNdlll. U'L-IIIK 1 tO ll' lywr M-iii t -iii'«- In Htate i'l'iiitt'iitiiirv of Idaho. A |iok«6 of i'o«'h>>k raiiKlit liiin. \\ liHt «|o you know o' ilils? OftsoateM vi s. f. aatefcrata log- Wbwrj <la>. »nil rUlrn raining >m is dm of Oregon's leading: i» duMrie*. What xbnut fflrtlll I ton. idiivß. tiie lagukcrry pta itn. ter of the unhorse? I'rof. I Ijiiiim Ixiilih brrad Ihiriiwiililk, M.i mil. "Advertisement." ltiimiiniitii officials find viM quaiiliiu's of munitions in Cerniun lie I'.ic kfil liet-i' l)iirr*-ls, M route tO I'ii|)st;ilillll()|iln. All kinds bedding planta ai Illu* ONM House, Ho. Till and K. "AiivertUemant." MHwaakM mliroiid <h> m.-i from "o in | per t-«»iit on common Mock. Slnd a t**nr for'iipur Jclin DM, who ciwnt; it. Kiiu> MusteiMin, rui.jiM/iiM mil 9t, MRI lo New York lioKpllul for the I OHM for treat metit. , ht.wi.iv MOA miXTIM ro. "udv." Junior r mciclnl Huh will lunch cue h \\ «'(liicmlh> at the Hub. Voiitik RMMI ticket HKrnls ir- CMtl) ;i|'|ininl<'(l on 0.-W, lilies' will b« I'liltMtiiiiu'd In Tacoma Tunda) . "I uork<'<l in dnjM for yj t :.i> and lie stole it, 1 wiilU-d Mike Vito I In his Jiiil i ell >FKti>ril;i.v, telling Of how lip bub rolilmil in Our Houm saloon licforc lip killed the |iro prtetor, Joha Paddock. K. of i'.\ from all otpi' iln rouutiy convening nl Seiittle. War iiiiiiiitions |.iuniv in \>w KiifiiMiui lied up by ■arcadißi strike. Km Vmk hull moimr tell fel lowk on executive committee who fa\or noiun over to the (i. (). 1., to rt*!in, This takes in v neiihew of T. 1(. Orafjea Nlate »«Ult service rum. minion makoß Stone-\\>l>Bter In tereKls cut Ugßl rateM 2T> per cent In fiiMtitii Oregon tow nit, St. Louis, Mo., Hhtt'onoiny ■harpi nee hig K|Kit on the sun. It'll lie \lsiljlo until Aug. 10. M. & K. (iottxteln. Seattle, ap i <■-1 < (inslituiioniilll\ of dry law to utate ■uprama eoart. •T. It. Ktiiser, I'liiiiniii, on stnte Mrlaorj library boara\ Atistrin officially H.vui|intlii/.e*> with |k.'o|ilp of U< H. IW Enstland disaster. Ten tliousandl volunteei' work ers, linl inline )m < i-i hoik and con gre.ssnien. coin|ilete hlpgest part of road batwai l Jaducah, Ky., and .Memphis', Term. Mix. Kiidie I', renrninn tells Jndf;r Clifford her hubby John H., ran away from her. She's Riven divorce, ciiHtody of child, and $L'O a month. Another -«i iK«- riot victim at 15.n iii.i,. . N. J , dead. This makes four. liist biilf f iliK year there were (.2 17 indnstiial accidentK in state imainst 7D07 for the year be fore. Sheep mkerK near Ontnilin | M i-, port West Viißinla hounds to stop I ravages of wolves. fiiininer cannery rlose* oniil evernroen blackberries are ready for canning. T'navoldnble! Tlirco, miners • killed by fall of loose ground at Tloßlyn, and that was the coroner's verdict. A. 1.. SOMMERS LIKELY TO LIVE A.,L. Sommers. editor of "See America First," who was serious ly Injured Wednesday afternoon In an automobile accident at She boygan, Wis., was reported today i«h hiving; recovered slightly. He , Ig ndjt out of danger, however. I(Joods Purchased Friday and Saturday Placed on August Account Ren- I fared Sept. Ist. SOMETHING NEW K.VKnY OA'V I 111 UI'HY BIOKK C.N I'ACIIIC AVIAUK MoiUh-End Sale L?ffi The Most Sensational ol the Season Remarkable Reductions on Women's Apparel ~~"~ Women's $7.00 Wool Dresses for $3.95 ■JPH Colors Navy, Brown and Black Serge -Jri£e«M ~> 4H "'f^'l NV<l'S^ ;||l(l |»I<iin wide skirt. Mostly JL \VT T;iiloicd dresses; ;i few are trimmed. This r^M^-^iik \ S('iiso|ls 't^-'"1 raimeiitit tfQ AC - Wonderful Values, Blouses QQa " mrWK^^i^' Worth Up to $5.00 for «JOC >i il^llPlTi^*^ ' <I '|l<l i||l(l lovely Lingerie or Silk Chiffons, fTC7 YcgrTMBT llMV\^iA^s^ i«ll colors, including black iuul white. V nJW^ \Wm-^" %>so:si KHA K<JAIN" you'll say QOa >it?B' wh('M y°«s((i tiiciu..". 3oc <-^^vv^ " \vk/ House Waists Former Price 69c, for 15c ijj' /t»i Tennii Cloth, in plain gray, stripes or ftg* *fi/q*Tm^^§ J ures. Lot included a few white lawns. §&V U^ $5 to ? 10 Values -Children's Coats $1.95 * yy-^^i^J- t Si/.es (i to II years. Not all sizes or all 'MAr, i color*. A great J| QC 1 &>. 1 bargain at vJ-«v«l The Greatest Offer of Sateen Jft Skirts You Ever Saw at 98c *3ffL Petticoats, hundreds of them; materials are black sateen. JFI W heatherblooin, near silks, etc., popular "Kloslit" yoke and 'jKmU,-»tP elastic hand styles; plain and pleated flounces, a greal va Ml|| ]|l i-iety. Former values $1.50, $2.00, QOp nBiJIr $3.00, yes, and $4.00. Your choice vO\> « ;Jt>y}f Gkas c Ball Every New s'raw Hat Men's Hats Values to $3.00, Saturday at the Stadium! Choice Saturd for TBEY WANT YOU THERE ffi t " And after the game visit our Men'.s Shop. Prices have received I I('n's r)0(< Silk Knitted O(Z|» knocko.it there. Nnkt.es, beat of patterns. **\> Men s Soiled Shirts in broken 4 Lines ol Men's Suits *** ** p*** while *»? oo^ _ j n • ***» choice *nrv at Reduced Prices *ir>() u^ q™&* swrii in best $20 and $22.50 Atterbury or patternsj all sizes, H (j(j Suits for $lU«OeJ choice vl«wv $25.00 Atterbury &4G or Men's 7")e Nainsook CQ^ Suits for vlO.Ov Union Suits for vtFC $14.85 Character Clothes H4 or Men's 25c Lisle Sox, in blue, tan (Union made) for vil«O9 O r gray, sizes 9V-., 10, 4fj~ $12.50 Business Suits &n or 10'^ only; the pair...... I'C (blues and grays) for Ql*Od THBBE PAIBB for 60c WANT LEWIS TO EXPLAIN BOOKS SPOKANE, July 30.—A. A. i.rttis, a member of the state Don't Use Soap On Your Hair When you wash your hair, don't use soap. Most soaps and pre pared shampoos contain too much alkali, which is very Injurious, as it dries the scalp and makes the hair brittle. The best thing to use la just plain mulsifled cocoanut oil, for it is pure and entirely greaselesn. It's very cheap, and beats soaps or anything else all to pieces. You can get this at any drug store, and a few ounces will last the whole family for months. Simply moisten the hair with water and rub it in, about a tea- Bpoonful is all that is required. It makes an abundance of rich, creamy lather, cleanses thorough ly, and rinses out easily. The hair dries quickly and evenly, and is soft, fresh looking, bright, fluffy, wavy, and easy to handle. Besides, It loosens and takes out every particle of dust, dirt and dandruff. Advertisement public service commission, today urrived in Spokane in response to a demand that he explain an al leged shortage of more than $:', --500 which is said to have accu mulated while he wag city treas urer, between January and June, 1913. The state official was confident he would clear himself, although puzzled apparently U the disap pearance of many duplicate re ceipts and the cashier's blotter for the whole of 1912. Two employes of the treasur er's office have been suspended pending an investigation. ♦ * «> TODAY'S OI)I>EST STORY ■$> ♦ ST. PAUL, Minn., July 80. •$► 3> —A mule remains a mule i ♦ and not a horse. The sii- ■$> «■ prerae court of the Mate of <t> •?■• Minnesota has bo decided it. ■* ♦ It was in the case of C. J. ♦ i •» Oat and Bernard Fisher Owa- <*> <•> tonna, suing for the reniard 4> ■s» offered for the capture of + ♦ horse thieves, because these ■*• , <*• men captured two men who •* I «S> stole a team of mules. ♦ t ♦«"♦•»♦♦<!>♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ PAGE THREE Resinol heals baby's itching skin Resinol Ointment and Realhal Soap are absolutely free from anything harsh or injurious and can therefore ba used freely for babies' skin troubles—cuana, heat rath, teething rash, chafing*, etc They stop itching msLmily and tpaedily heal even severe and stubborn eruptions. Doctors have prescribed th« Resinol treatment for the past 20 yean. Rnlnol Ointment and Kroltvol *m* at* kU (■ tUdrunitla. fc—lai ln* »■*..>.ll»M—r.. Uk, TURN TO THR CUUSffTIC WANT ADB ON PAGE « VOfl HKSVI/K. BKK PAOD MX.