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May 14, 1925

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TH:E ARLINGTON TIMES, T HURSDAY, MAY 14, 1925. i n n n SUMMER UNION SUITS. Fine lisle, in Bodice or Tail- ored top; Pink or White; sizes 34 to 50; _"1 aa eBah .............................. t l-P = &apos;,.,W 'ILI Smnmer Union Suits of lisles, in Bodice or Tailored 34 to 44; at 69c tops; per suit ............................... WOMEN'S UNION SUITS, in Bodice style; 39c sizes 34 to 38: each .................. KID BOOT SWEATERS; New Shipment of Sweaters in silk and wool, and Rayen; short sleeves; in new bright shades $3.00, $3.50, $3.95, $5.00 MERCERIZED PAMICO, fast colored Suitings; bright hades of Rose, Blue, Green, Lavender an d 59C Tan; 36 inches wide; at yard ............ PRINTED VOILES, dark shades, with printed designs; 36 inches wide; at the 35C yard ................................ PLAIN VOILE DRESSES. New shipment of fine voiles in paste.1 shades, neatly trimmed with mv ,,v-q.- lace; at ........................... NEW SHIPMENT of stripe broadcloth dresses in bright shades of Orange, Green, Blue, tA _ ose and Orchid; at ................ t,--x, o, OVERALLS 220 Wt white back denim, full cut and well made. Satis- faction assured Boys, ages 98c 3 to 14 ... Bys, age $1.2 5 15 to ]8 ON SATURDAY, THE 16TH HEMEKE, A, H, S, STAR, A meeting in the interest of BREAKS JUMP RECORD consolidation was held at Bryant i Monday evening, same being ad- -Idressed by Blanche A. Nagel, In the district track meet held I deputy state superintendent of lat the Normal field, Bellingham, schools; J. A. Jacobson, county last Saturday, Hemeke, one .of the I i superintendent, and W. F. Martin A. H. S. track Stars, broke the district superintendent, state record in the high jump, The attendance was not large, clearing the bar at 5 feet 9/ Ins. indicating a lethargic attitude to- ward the prposition. The election will be held Sat- urday at the High School and the Bryant school. STARLUND SALE Under management of E. R. of Portland, a general stock reducing sale will be held at Starlund's store, opening Sat- urday at 9 a. m. This is the first store-wide sale given by Mr. Star- lund in 10 years. See advertisement in this issue. SEE THE OPERETTA From all reports, those who did not see the operetta, "My Girl on the Bamboo Screen," Thursday evening will make a big mistake if they do not take in the second Frid.v;y eve.ning, OUTDOORPROGRAMAT OSO SATURDAY EVE, A ,program will be given on the Oso school grounds Saturday evening, May 16th, for the pur: pose of raising money to send a sewing club girl to the club camp at Pullman. knee length 50 c per suit.. Men's pores knit un- ions, short sleeves, ankle length at 90c suit ..... Men's light knit un- ions, short sleeves, ankle length; at 90c suit .... Men's medium Wt. cotton unions, long sleeves, long legs $1.45 $1.65 Men's knit, light Wt cotton; 2-piece underwear 65C garment Men's medium Wt. cotton 2-piece un- derwear; 85C garment Men's Crackerjack 'Athletic unions, full cut. A big val- ue; per 50C suit ..... Men's Litewear ath- letic Unions, made of fine grade bar- red nainsook; at per 65c sui ..... The welt known North Star 'Athlet- ic Unions for men; made of a fine grade of nainsook. Why pay more? at 90c suit .... , Boys' blue chambray tSlay or work shirt, full cut and well 69C each ..... Boys' Big Yank Ju- nior, blue cham- bray shirt; a splen- did valne; 75C each .... Boys' dress Shirts, nearly striped and checked;  e each ..... .Jt) Opp. N. P. Depot Vancouver Hotel Building Ir Chain Store o. 46 Offering Great Values Specials for Sat. only Kalburnie and Zyphur Ginghamd, 32 Ins, wide; a very special offer .O the yard ............... .... ,o,or,; 21c inches wide; the5 ard ......... short sleeves, Ladies' Foreimn;er'Silk Hose; in black or brown; regular $1.25 98c values; at ................. A large selection of Men's Dress Shirts; collar attached; $1.69 each .................... A large selection of ladies' dotted voile dress6s; many colors and $1 98 styles; at .............. " Men's light summer Shoes, Scout style; regular 2 ')5 at ................... Ladies Summer Dress Silks, lirmns and summer flannel. Well made and properly trinfmed. These are priced very reasonably-- $4.75 to $16.50 Girls Dress Straw Hats of long rice straw and neatly trimmed; priced and Up 95e, $1.25 MORE ARRIVING SOON APRON GINGHAM 27-inches wide; blue or brown and white checked ; fast colors 16c per .vard .................. Cretonne; many new patterns and color schemes ;- priced per 19c 40c yard ............ 39- inch Voile; a very good grade for sum- mer dress; ere; per 29 yard ..................... 12 36-inch P erdale; fast color; a large la 12 selection; per yard ......... J. 3b-inch unbleael ed muslin; real values at llc and 16c yard ............ 3(;-inch unbleached Muslin. All desired 14c, 18c, 20c at ..... Men's blue or gray Chambray summer work shirts; sizes 15 to 16 69c each . .. I Men's Buffalo Hick- cry Shirts: medi- um Wt. ; well made at 98c each ... Boys' Khaki summer hats. Just the hat for that playful each .... Men's Khaki Sum- me r hats; well made and service- 50c 'each ..... Men's screened front khaki work hats. A proper ventilated Gene Brounty tied for second place in this etent. Fred Westberg won the javelin with a throw of 143 feet, 9 Ins. Meyer got into the scoring col. umn by placing second in the 220 hurdles, while Geo. Preston tied for first place in the pole vault with a record of 10 feet, 9 inches. The standing of the teams at the conclusion of the meet was: Whatcom High, 32 points; Lyn- den, 25; ArlingDn 19; Everett, 18. Winners willitake part in the state meet at Pllman May 16th. The A. H. S. athletes thus elig- ible are: Hemeke, high jump; Westberg, javelinl; Geo. Preston, pole vault. GRADE SCHOOL TRACK MEET (Cont)inued from page One) son, Florence, tiedi Ella Tuininga, Arlington, third; Disance154 feet. Boys' 100-yard dash Paul Preston, Edmonds, first; John- son, Marysville, econd, and Ken- neth Pearson, Loell, third. Time 11 4-5. Boys * 50-yard{ dashPreston, Edmonds, first; Johnson, Marys- ville, second, and Carlson, Monroe third. Time-- Z -4, High jump - Brown, Snohomish first; Schwartz, ::Monroe, second; Larson, Arlingtoai third. Height 5 feet I inch, fo new record. Girls' 100-yard dashRomona Anderson, LakeStevens, first; Ruby SmOte, F'10ren;e, second, Florence Brenning; Lowell, third, and Caroline Graham, Lowell, fourth. Time!4 -5, Girls' 50-yar' dashCaroline Graham, L6well. first; Ruby Smote, Florence; Second; Helen Buckner, @ranie F}alls, tMrd. Ttme7 sec. Broad jura Arlington, summer hat 60 c each .... Men's screened linen hats; a comfort- able, cool summer work hat; 75c each ..... el felt dress hats; their shape; silk lined; at first; Henry --16 feet, 6 1-2 i :Falls Boys' third George tied for )lace. Distance first; and Lake- 4-5 sec- and Lake- Mone (ah Skaggs Store ........ " $6 19 l',n'e Can.: I)er sde]( ......... [)tlrt, (a,le; 1 (i $100 lA)s ........ " 25c (',ube Suga, (extra hard; '2 lJhs .... 25c I'owdered  ag'al'; 2 Lbs ........... MISCELLANEOUS :I l,bs ........ Macaroni or'Spa- ghetti; 5 Lbs .... Bul I( Rye ]::lard taek 2 13s. l'.r . .... 43e 25c in .jar . ........ C Malt Syrul,; 7) L1). ......... 89c IA)s. in .i ]' . - 65c Bottle Cap.'; ") i]).. for . ..... , ..... ,,o,, 10c },ackage ....... l)ates; '2 25c Lbs ............ Bulk Cocoa; 3 25 Lbs ............ Bulk Coeomfl;1 29c LI, ............ Bulk Noodles; 2 35c Lbs ........... Bulk Vinegar; I)er 39c gal ............. Kerosene: 5 $1.00 Gals ........ SPECIALS FOR S.00TUROAY ('aml,l)ell ' S,ml)S: all fla,,ors: II $1 00 CUll ,% ..... ,Jell(): till ];hi(Is; 25c :I for . ....... Nngar cured l)icnic Hams: '"' 20c Lb .......... MEAT, LAllg ANI} SHORTENING,: lWr Il). I} ............ lae,,,, I-hmk : 33 per Lb ........ C Smmner S:, usaae ;, 'e 38 C ,' l,b ......... lmrd ......... IA,. l)ail Imre ,s,,. lie1. '77 lmre Lard . Sn(,w(lril't: 413,. $1 09 pail ......... Snow(h'ifl: 8 II,. $2 09 pail .......... '  ': 88C ( rh'(,o. IA). I)ail ........ (','i,%eo:(i Lt). civil ,O1. P'] lmil ....... (,,,so,,: ,, $2 49 pail ......... Bull< Slmrt(ming'; 5 95e 13)s ............ (Bring Your Pail) BIG K FLOUR ARD CEREALS I))i4,_l( llardwheal l"lom' I,e," 'fl,I. $10.19 lig: l( iIr(hvheal lOlour "' $2 59 Sll('k ....... e llig' l( coarse or Fine Gra- ]IHIlI: l(} IA). ......... 69c l0 l.}s ....... [hg l< ararat; lO IA,% ........... Big l( whoh; wheal 69c lhmr: l0 IA)s... l'eac',,ck (':,Is: !, 5912 IA> .......... :\\;l],e,'s Steel c,,, 69c ()als; i) iJl,s ...... Rye lOhm,'; l() 69c I,bs ........... Yelh,w o," \\;Vhile 55C (m'n Meal ...... FRUIT & VEGETABLES ('""'"'"' (""") 5'/2 c I)er Lb ....... Iellnee (large firm) 25c 2 For. ....... l,elluce, me(It,m, 25c size; 3 for ... (h'een [eans: '2 35C IA)s. 3 Lbs ......... New (a,'rots;4 25c Lbs ......... New Beets;-I 25c l,bs .......... While Mrs. C. W. Hill was pre- paring for the Doll Show Miss Merideth played "Indian Dawn" on the xylophone, this being one of her most pleasing selections. Doll Show )ll buggieSi in all colors and kinds, a patri- / eric trimmed buggy and a hay wa- n gon with two farmer dolls were  entered in the doll show. Celeste No 00ncrease Price of 'see" Murray' whse dll pee'ped ut[ & gg@@  $ $3.45 to $3.95 for ne record, from a mass of rose petals, car- [J[a[o$0Ng @@['[0[[gD winning relay ried off first honors. Virginia Men's summer Wt. Johnson, high a fine interpretation of Senator fine cotton work oint mar Rex Haw- Ingall's "Tribute to Grass," which seX; a Breier spe- ey, nd Res- is published in the editorial de- sell Wade. - partment. oil,; 13c -- The extra quality built in by the extra process of um.Vipping, each ...... o, ,, 25c for . ..... 19c ford sex, USe for ...... Ladies' fine combed cotton stockings; a r e a 1 serviceable hose; per 25c pair ..... Ladies' fully mercer* ized lisle hose; black, brown or white; suitable for dress; 50C per pair Ladies' Art Silk hose in light and dark colors, priced at: a pair 65e to 85e Ladies' Silk Hose; all wanted colors. An excellent value $1.00 pair ... Full fashioned heavy glove silk hose; col- ors black, cordov- all, nude, banana andgray; $2 per pair Men's Big Yank; a national leader; full cut and well made. A wonderful $1.00 value 89c for .... Men's black or khaki sateen work shirts. Guaranteed satis- factory; _   each ... ,.v ..v,u, FESTIVAL Gifts Presented UAV.iI/ The various gift's donated by the business houses to the Queen (Continued from Page One) and Princesses were ffacefully The comedy'"number was the ,presented by Mrs. Lewis C. Grasshopper lance by boys of the I Palmer, who took occasion to com- Lincoln school, their antics and] ment favorably on the festival, c.0stumes creating much merri-  particularly as exemplifying the ment. 'talents of the grade school teach- The next number carried off the palm for the sheer 'spectacular, being the "Milkmaids" May-pole dane by the Roosevelt school in- volving the .weaving of three May-poles once. That the young themselves much credit by ,precision was the verdict of spectator. The vocal solo, "The Swal- lows," by Miss Dorothy Poill. with Mrs. C. W. Hill at the piano was one of the most pleasing mu- by - the Roosevelt S choM; was one of the most beautiful::numbers, preent- ing a very rythm of motion and being performed in a manner be- yond critici'sm,, Sessoms, whose doll carriage was trimmed with'yellow petals and tiny blue birds} was awarded sec- ond prize, Swanson receiv- ed third t Gertrude Sul- livan fourth prize, both having lovely outfitiThere were many dolls enteredii; without buggies, Cora Webb carrying the prettiest doll, but ther ,ere no ,prizes of- fered for dolls alone. Mrs. C. W. Hill handled the doll parade very eficiently. " The judge's were Mrs. George Murphy, Mrs. J. A. Gray and 'Ms S, F. Donnell. Much credit is due Mrs. Hill for her skillful hndling of this fea- ture, her experience last "year in a similar capacity doubtless con- tributing to her successful man- agement O n this occasion. (The committee dnd audience much regretted that sickness caused the absence of Miss Ms-. ble Blox-ha:who was to have rendered a vocal solo). Miss Lena ollingsworth gave Miss dience solo ded to her rendering of The was t.he the rained the ,previous f favored the au- xylophone Nettles ad- by her fine "May." number drill by ich main- set by ers and pupils. She called for an expression ,as to which of the three May-poles the audience deemed to have been most skill- fully weaved, the audience promptly signifying its decision. Mrs'. Palmer further called a)t- tention to the possibil*iies of the site as an outdoor stadium and voiced the hope of the Park com- mittee that it would be more ful- ly improved before next May. During these final ceremonies Mr. Carpenter had marshaled the kite-flying contestants in a field north of the park, but owing to the calm only one kite was sent aloft, that of Louis Larson, which simulated the national colors and soared beautifully. Later the oth- er entrants succeeded in launch- ing their aircraft, the remaining three prizes being won in order by Melvin Fingarson, Clayton Grant and Fred Reavis. Other contestants were Edw. Medema, and Master Tuininga. Float a Work of Art In justice to unselfish and worthy effort, a s,pecial word of praise is due' the ladies whose good taste and industry made pos- sible the arti'stic bower of roses which carried Queen Katherine and her escort. Some conception of the work involved may be con- veyed by the fact that 2500 arti- ficial roses were fabricated as decorations. The design complete- ly covered the chassis and cab of the truck, being surmounted by a golden crown wit,, a large eagle in the van with spread wings, giv- ing the whole a most animated appearance. Major credit for the ,planning and artistic taste exem- plified in this float must be ac- corded Miss Mary Rittman of the Roosevelt school, who wishes to express appreciation for valued assistance rendered by Mrs. S. F. Donnell, Mrs. A. J. Suttles and Mrs. E. C. Leach of the Civic Club committee; also to Mrs. M. H. Cordz, Mrs. Ralph Cady, who were responsible for the pretty co'stum- ing and training of the flower the economy of these wonderful tires and the added mileage obtained from them during the past two years, has created such a large demand that over 7,5 % of Firestone's mammoth produc- tion is now Balloon Gum-Dipped Cords. This has greatly increased the total sales volume and the huge Firestone factories are now working on a 24-hour schedule to, upply the demand. This large volume, produced under the most economical tire manufacturing methods, permits Firestone to sell these extra- process Full-Size Balloons at no extra cost to car owners. And this in the face of greatly advanced cost for crude rubber brought about by the o mration of the British Rubber Restriction Act. Gum-Dipping means longer mileage greater economyat no extra cost to you l Enjoy the safety, economy and comfort of Balloon Gum- Dipped Cords this summer. Let us equip your car now at low costwith liberal allowance for your old tires. MOST MILES PER DOLLAr. S. F. DONNELL AMEIICANS SHOULD PRODUCI THEIR OWN IUBBR t. girls'and *pages; Mrs. A. M. Nel- son, Mrs. W. F. Martin, Miss El- sie Anderson, Miss Bessie Shod- dy, Mrs. M. H. Cordz and Mrs. C. T. Starlund, who worked un- til late at night placing deora- tions. The roses were made by Mrs. Harry Klaas, Mrs. Sam Jen- sen, Miss Stephan and Miss Grube, the' lads .of the Civic Club and the upper grades of the Roosevelt school. When all else is said, the pub- lic must not overlook the fact that they are largely indebted to the teachers and pu*pils of our grade schools for the beautiful specta- cle witnessed last Friday, and we are glad to hear publish the names of those hose skillful training and management of the pupils was so conspicuously evi- denced : [ Roosevelt SchoolE. M. Doug- lass, .principal; Mary E. Rittman. Bertha Stephan, Mrs. Frances' Cob, Ruth Verd, Margaret.Grube, Clara Murray, Myrtle Major, Mar- jorie Trotz, Elsie Boucler. Garfield SchoolEtta Miller. principal; Mildred Prevost, Ver- sa Bauguess. Lincoln School Marguerite Fahey, principal; "Ruth Ogren, Men's Modern Hick- cry Shirts, full cut, strongly re-in forc- ed. A better, value. can't be flmnd; $1.25 each .. Lumber No. 3 (ommon Boards, Sllilflap and dimension; per thousand ............ $8.00 We also have some good )rices on olher items. We Deliver Anywhere Waite Mill & Timber Company Granite Falls, Wash. .m-'n--tI a n s on. Our local photogra.pher, J. B. Ellis, was on the job as usual and .ecured several very fine views of the parade and performance. We suggest that the mailing of these to friends would be a most excel- lent and pleasing way to adver- tise Arlington, depicting as they dd a phase of our community life which we can well afford to give ,prominence.