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The Seattle star. (Seattle, Wash.) 1899-1947, March 02, 1904, Night Edition, Image 7

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Sale Starts Off
With a Whiz
THE GIGANTIC SALE OF HIGH
GRADE PIANOS AND ORGANS
AND PIANO PLAYERS MEETS
WITH APPROVAL WITH THE
PURCHASING PUBLIC
IX HIGH-GRADE PIANOS ARE
SOLD AND AS MANY HOMES
MADE HAPPIER
S Taking, in Our Entire Line <•♦ W#b*r,
KoMtr A Campbell, Kurtimanp.
W»i»alock Stuyvttant, H. A H.
Ch»«bro, Sphoor A Co. \V»«v#r
Organ* and Pianista Piano Play
era. Th* Price* Go Dawn With ■
Force That Makes th* Purs*
String Pull Easy.
\ • The *»!•• I* at Ohesbro'a, HOT Bee-
Of I »vi'iim\ To ahow the apprecla
den of the public and how tru* mer
'itn win nut. we mention th*. follow*
ring prominrnt pcopit who purchased
tiUno* from ua yrMrrcUy: 11. W.
i*t.«lirr. with the Holmaa Furniture
•iro., » beautiful II .'A It, Cheabro
< |>Uno In nt*h.i«»iiv Mm Dr. Mr.
1 «Jrec«r,*r*aldenc« Hotel WAahlnitton,
I bujra m beautiful Weber. In mahoß*
; any. ' Mr*. It. 11 Clenry, Arlington.
I Wmh.. mi fleiiciiu Kohler A Camp*
; t«-ll uliiirt, Mrm. Philip Mrary. 1711
llVarborn. Decker Smwic, »nj Mm.
■41A.C. nice, a fine. Kohler A Cawp
i bell i>i.u»i» In - beautiful quart«r>
•aw oak. 70] Tenth avenue, Wil.
ll.im Tell MiMire. rtuil \V.»*h..
«l»i> buya mi uprticht pintio tn oak.
ffite aith* make* II pay to buy now.
I pur entire line has been aubjected
lo the mr>*t ' «(>r*r* pnr» cut tin*. !
Term* an low •• tit down and IT
l*r month, ■ -
BEAUTIFUL HIGH GRADE
. PIANOS
•In all the latest atyle* and d<>«trna
thai « It r.-K>.i«rlt at |]M. f J0«. I3i'..
us*, tiTS. <I *, 14S«. tr.o<». IS?S 1510.
ItDd.tCM and $700 will r«> durinx
iht« •«!.• at sire iw, int. i:i>.
l:« 2. 1317. SSSI. 111*. HIT. 1471. 1417.
%ii» and IJM A fin* atool and ■»*• irf
"with *ach tnatrttmrnt. Hv*ry in
■ ini»ni w« cell win b» atamp*d
: p^lth » ituarant»« from r»!».«t»U- ir*»
--"ufa>"t"-»i« and endorsed by tin.
• ALE PRICES AND TERMS .ON
f ORGANS tO DOWN AND
«5 PER MONTH.
I fV.—r wv#nty flrtt-cla«a <>r|r.in« to
lchooie mil \\> ha»» them In all ,
■, from th« full arr»n and in*-,
third .•. u>f ntjrle down to the small*
I aat baby il*-*!«n. Th#y come In «olld
walnut and twk run. a tin*. >!»»i\
? rich ton* and fully cuarantr^d.
, Price* that r*n<* rreuUrly at I*s.
175. t*S. 110* li:;, n:o and SIT*
■ arc now cut down to l«- til, tit.
171. m, $113 and 1127. a fin* tool
an'! book with each Inatrun • ' • *
PRICES ON PIANO PLAYERS GO
DOWN WITH A CRASH.
- l*rtr*> quotation* on Piano l'l>y#r-
S Will b« rut to « point way below !
JS the r»»nUr ailclnjr prl<* ."-'.«t'*«i '
beautiful player*, In all th* .Iff-'
--*ent colors to match, and raarant<*d
■to be ab«olut«ly standard In trtry
way. They are reduced from SIM
■to tIM The terma. IIS down'and
'■(•!• per month.' mwbfr. we hare
th* lar-r«» supply of rtano player
■ muKl.- In B*atUe - to aal«rt from.
I • v«rrthiric that's h!«h class and late
• MpttLir ft Ira. Th« players hare all
been used and tested. We ruarantr*
th»m ti> tw» in firxt-rl-m* conjftlon.""
SALE TAKES IN OUR ENTIRE
LIST OF SLIGHTLY USED
AND SECOND-HAND
PIANOS.
t We - print b«low a sampl* llfrt.
■ThM* prices and quotation* rurnUh
jfthi? key to th# secret. "How .1 bunch
of money in b« saved."
f '. FISCHER PIANO.
I Mahogany ea»e. only slichtly uxe<l.
| find as Rood aa new. Ha!« pr!. - t!7<
Imtead of KM. Twenty>flv« dollars
down and 110 per month. JiM«H^
HOBART M. CABLE PIANO.
. »fahovany cane, full •!«». b«en
■, v-« 1 only short time by prominent
trarber. Hale price !:«« In
» stead of I4«>*. Fifteen dollars down
' and 11 per month.
KIMBALL PIANO.
, Beautiful oak case, hi fine <-on<!l
--tine, full concert:'what la generally
m asked Is |V>* The Bat* price here,
-■' 1. ':— $!• down and 110 p»r month.
BLASIUS PIANO.
B#-~o> -t hand, in good condition,
.worth r»(r'il»rljf IJTI. Our sale prlco
till — 110 down and I? p«r manth.
- Tn« Place Is at H. A H. Chetbro't,
1207 Second Avsnue, Ne*t to
Stone, Fiiher A Lane's.
Chester $3.00 I
, All th* correct ntyUa can b* had
In th* ChvaUr.
So!* by;
Tokias, Singerman
1 liaWrli- . X, f*A •' Or. *><•■!
, Outi fci« ;: U V»U. •■* »««««
Any ith'Ht that you bur h'*r« In rl«)i
—at leant w» think It I* h»for« w
•*lt It. It It turn* out wrong, you gel
your mon»y back.
IU7 8««on4 ■»».. near t'nlon.
Noticeto Subscribers
If, «njr ••venlß«. your tutpy of Tb»
RUr ha» not arrived at r. ;>■> o'clock.
l«l#phone-fiuna«t, Main IC^t, or In*
dependent ltM. any Urn* i ■ i r..-...,
•;•• and e:2»— and a copy wi!l» « »*nt
Via at oner, by apeclal rne»M>t>srr.'
'
ORATORS
. SPOUTED
HALF A DOZEN CAMPAIGN
MEETINGS WEAK HELD IN
DIFFERENT WARDS LAST
NIGHT
i'juuulkm oratora "roaated" and
rldcult'd 111- i.|<|n>«lli>ii party and IU
c«ndldatea In 1 .Mir a. doa»ll hall" In
the city lat night. Judge 11. A. IUI
-llnger, the mayoralty caudldnte, nnd
Mayur ltutnea i raarrl two lt<-i'ni>
lu-uu in.itinii» in th« S<-> (M)ll wurd.
They w«re nantstcd I')' r;nii F.
K.uhtiun. J. s. Jobnatoii unit Charles
11. Bui im i i lit »i.- lUiltlDicrr praised
th* UrpuMi.Mit platform, white
Mayor Ilumea tried to explain how
Mi adtnlnUtratlon luring the paat
four yeara had been all that could
have been dralrtd.
Wllmon Tucker, deorg* V. Cot
(••rllt and (i*orc» B. Wrtirht apoke
to It Deinorratto Catherine at ll»»
Second avenue, making th« uiual
campaign arvuiitwila.
Th» Ninth ward Ilepubllcana held
a meeting at InterUtiy hail, which
«r*a addreaaed by Ororge 11. Walker,
I JuJdf Mil., A. Itoot. It. C. Ofll and
Captain IV. K. Merwln.
Hi-pub, ralllea will b« held to
night at Rank* hall. In the Fifth
ward. Kast l*ik* and Itellevue In the.
Seventh, and at Pherrtck'a hall *t
Latona.
Anonynioui iir.-tit.it* are, being <!r
--dilated iii the Second ward attack
-1, ,c J. S. Johnnton. the Hepubllcan
nomtne« (or councilman from th*
ward. Abraham Klatler and 11. U.
Jaffee. the candidate* who were de
feated In the bitter fight at the cv>n-
Hnliaa, *.»>• they ar« now auppurt-
Ing Johnaton and denounce the cir
cular*.
SMOKETOWN
BOW-WOWS
PITTSDURG KENNEL CLUB
HOLDS BENCH SHOW
PrTTSnrna Ps., March '. \rl.t«
rratlr cantnea of many breeda were on
view In Old City Hall today at in*
apenlßK of the annual exhibition of
th» Dwq«t«*n« Kennel cluU. Th* *h«>w
thla year baa attracted entries from
many •* tba moat famous k*ntM>U of
tha Kaat and Middle West, as well as
from several parts of Canada, and Mi
th» high >laan and numbrr -I e«blt>tls
i th« show Is fully «ip to th* huh a«*>4
arw «>t«t»b!l«ti«<t by the previous nh»-f
blUona Of th' I lib J tin* was I.*
tun *«•!! after the opening of the
show today ana will <•< nslim* until tho '
claM Saturday nlnhl. The Jud«ea ara
James Mortimer. W. CV Cnitfan and
Mat J. M. Taylor.
BACK TO HIS
OLD-TIME LOVE
•KID" M'COV,
Th* sclentJfo light.. hea»y-wel«ht
who haa returned again to th<- ring.
I SHORT SPOUT
Jockey WlnkflH.l will go to H-«ala,
to ride for CO "it Lasarrff, draplta the
war.
Captain Rd Ilocers. of Mliuirsota.
| will coach t'arilale Indian foot LaII _
team next season.
Thomas D I'rlily. president of th«
1 Queens f»iinty Jockey club. Is dead la
t New Turk.
Mike th» Tramp, companion and
pacer of Cr*«f«us; Th* Hangman, '
brother of that dethroned kins, and
Fanny DllUrd l! M';> hare been sold
to I.'.'ilk Wlr.ans, English turfman. .
Umpire llHMM'tt. appointed by I'cul-
I dent 'Irlllo to serve In the American
association mil mmm, haa l»m fired,
because II la f.>tifi«l that he had clsned
and fc»lv.il Advance money hoth from
that organisation and the Kastcrn
league. '■;
, . „ . 1-
Nothing to Compare
With th« attraction* of CAllfornla.
Climate p'ttnlts <>t outdoor life all
the y«ar round. \Tsfee th« scenic
Bh.ir.ta route, HcnttM to K«n Fran*
cl*co: Jl.'.fiO flmt cln«i>, 110.60 sec«
ond eh%»*. T%n train* dally. Tlck
«kb, r-wrvftfi'jn* ntiJ (!»»crlptlve llti
• i.(to.■- at ftouthefu, r fufiri( i c;o,'»
nUScc r\t, ili«t nveiiuc.. V, I*. Kills,"
• ••
Newrhwanv Ui at the head of tb» iiulf of PaialM. a tr*at)uport In Miu»«hurU OB«nr.l by »lßlid 40
years a«o. In I«6 It <• •- raptured by the Japanese and ceded to lam by «Jt»lim. tluL under treasure. Japan
retrooi»de<l It and i:u««l. has done It- best to kill it la this tae b< «r ha* fall-l Bb* Is now pourinr troops
Into It. 11.. ■ picture show* th* «itiv <l of th.- Itujwlan cavalry or CosMrkji.*
FRISCO GETS SCHMEER
ri»u't H. hin»«r, who. It *m
thought, mta*lit hare to decorate th*
Seattle bench, will play with Man
F"rarrcl«co this season. lUrrit «■»•
any • »h"ri»ii>i- on account at in*
fallur* Of U,»-hineur. formerly of |
Cleveland, to abo» up I4ha«ff.r will
play short (or Brattle. •>• Wilson bad
MMnwr on his hands. To even up
matters h» lot llarrU »ye him.
JENKINS FAILED
BUFFAM>. March 3.—Tom jr.,
kin* failed to throw Jim Parr twice
m an hour her* last night and lo*l
lh« handicap <<oat«at. II- rot but
on* throw trtsld* of the lint* limit
OUTPOINTED DECKER
I riIIJLADKMMiIA. March ? iu
-4I« llaii|oi» clearly <>uii»Jint«M Oeorv*
I v-vkrr In *lx !<>unt» hem laat night
OFF TO JOIN
THEIR COMRADES
(By "crtPO-i Newt. Am a.i
UatDOM March t—Twenty-five
Japan*** offk-»i-» left for Japan to
day vU America. A targe crowd
U*ije them fnr*w«U.
HOUSE FURNISHING
ECONOMIES
THAT Will. APPEAL TO
KVBIIT WOMAN
I ml maM Oil Can. with slron*
st««l sward, n-rular »c, for..
«•■•••• * .S3e
SJo ,*|ii.if Dinner Iluck«t.
with CWOM Urn »nd) **••
tray ........... "••••••_ g _3_*_{
Willow Hamper
M-tnrti high J«-lnch wtde, of best
rtm»l Willow. and close rover.
14 00 vaju- 92.70
t«i: ir'!i Painted Br*-«J Bas,
regular 4Se, for . 30«
jss Dinner Set $3.19j
; 4t M«m White Kmctlnh
!4t Wjrr, new crystal whop*. |
Wjrr. n<-w rrynlal Bhup*. )
1 regular IJ.OO. f0r...13.10 {
Fancy China 1-3 Off
11.00 !'-rry B-l« tor... 07«
tSc Cak* Dates ...............ll)o
tLM <!ran<lfath-i • Clock f0r....
91.00
i Curtain Rods i
' ■Mi hi .■■ Rztcnslnn ;
l!'»l. ifßul.ir lie, for... 7a i
& Hurlbut
Second and Union ;
TO LADIES
* Tli» H<«» Br«a>l In -«■ I* aold at
Rlca'a. VOH 4o A I .Ml. You
can K«t the nicest little Bhoppm'
Aftrmoon I.utich at the aamr
place.
RICE'S
Restaurant and Bakery
MM Second ivnu*
Opposite Arcad* buildlnx.
T««,Coi<««,ChocolaUwtlb Whipped
Cream Fa«try for Ten Calk
I 111. SUCATTLE STAR
v STAR. DUST v
CZAR KILLED f
run fur AM .
BY THE NIHILISTS
■ \
War News' Kr.m the fkal nt TlnMl.
fltix» i-lluo 1-inn*. Ham k l~<C«if
»ur.l-T-« ovlriira «f :;shi:i»'» of.
f»rr>l thrlr imiici to i!»» nary. They
aaknl that they I- .tl«irn, Hk«l antonc
tho warships. •<• that at Iml on*
m'mi»r ba on r«rh r«aa*i. The offer
*«< about t« l-» ace«pl«d mtun lha
rtmt lalTfar*^ and ortt«re4 a refuaal
•ml to tha •oetatt**.
MT. r».Ti:itHiitit<». March I—The
nmrrtl aniMKix..-. that U>e tMltlr*
■MM SlnpakiMkkl ••!«. «U!ii Japanea*
battleabipa, wvtn eruiecra and four
torpedo iMMta It tben pursunl and
captured five of Jj, -.« • fl..<• t««t rrui»
er*.
i.ny Oreaard Wire.)
iji Kit i J.I-.. Kotm. March Z.-TU*
Chemttlpo Irr.. ritib »-■ U.« nllbt
•nd appointed ■ commlttra i» arraiue
an entetlalftmmt for Ulrhard I lard
liik !>«»u. who la elpoetod Her* about
the eteaa of th* war or juat after. The
<huib«r of MBMm, city council
ami muntclpsl •— U!l«n have an
nounced llMlr InlmlVm of co-oprraUna*
with th* Tr-— ctub to m*/« Mr
Datrla* outlr* a iiMmM otte.
Admiral Alexirff ha* ordered •
chanc* In III* hum at Ik* Muaatan
waralUpa.
■tt'a bo wtMider we alnk." be aaid.
1 after l«• yard* of the name at on*
of ib« latlla«hi|<a were taken off.
Tb« Chin*** at fort Arthur hair*
■»lii the pina>ponc tabtcs thrown oft
the ItUMian vnwet*.
lleporta thai the csar waa cheered M
IK. tVttreburs have kwvn rtrrulatMl
hero. J*paoea« official* deciar* tkey
I ar« ttntmev
Japan la making iru|MMU to
relvbrata tH Patrtrk'a itay. The oa.a>
lam of tb« Shkkaahlma aara *>« will
throw oranc* tilnaa la— on the front
doaratep of the Port Arthur mayor 1*
ho«*a,
bt A rs«MiMtrr.
- - . fi
flallafactlon *ettle« down
Upon oar nature* rurtowa. .
How that rumor" of th* war
liar* changed for fl«!>«!rur furloo*.*
Don't rejote* to« aonn. my friends
We're doomed to wars* an or<l>al - ,
Humor" thick of warfare** end L-
Will t«»rr ua >»i a icreat «*«•»>.
——• ' Tl
L'n!*** the hen* MM»I In ll't *ud«
depty buay. how In Urn world ran w<*
afford to huy «<ir Caater egg*T ra)
U'h*n we tret a tml»»««n that tha
Jap* har* -won. we alt bellev* If
When w* k- t ■ bulletin that the H'lij,
1 alana ar« on top, we think It a ll« OK
It* confirmed. runny. h*yT
ji 1 ■
A sacret la a»f-«l .when the ««*nl In
not too ani««.«TO*ja. V
Th» modern loan *nark la lh« mod
em Improvement In awallowlnn ra
pacity on th* bUlorlo whale of Jonah't;
day. 1
) The RtiMtatt* are doubtlcaa irsttlrur
the i.uni.h that ."Khlp* That fiua In
th* Nlfiht" ian't all fiction.
Arl*ina. with lJt.<W pnpulntlon.
want* (a in- admit! Into the I'nlnn.
Why not let In A few «f the crowded
Orten t.j«ko cavr*t
Why dnn't th* Jn|>a hurry up and
captur* I'lim Yang, *nd then tackl*
I'Uig I'ongl -^BB^p
PALBEUTT ACCUBGD.
I'apa Krank la aliio Kraay,
Anil declorea that I »m l«y. .
Carry pencil* In my hand; *
Turn an ear to "flatty 1.nn.1."
Always hat I that land In f.w-rn
tTtr eipectlng n«w« from Jo Kn*.
-KftAZr KHANK.
FnKDDY OfK)ZI-F.MAN VIKWH THE
WItKCKAOR.
(tty Wlrulei* Telrcrnph.'t
Tort Ai Hi' i on bored the *ulimarcvn
»•<•-!■ McGtntys
II i;itiiir»-iu» bin InveatUv
r« 1U« Mn lnv«alt<--
Uifn til* damlg* dun two Itunh*n
I eWp* fay th* lo»|i»<loh at ark and in*
btimbardmea. Th« Ulmltri Vodka II- •
iln "* «ft fathom* ne»r ih« harbor*
■ niruna Hhe look* HIM a colander,
"he mam* mii» • 4«lay fern i«.»kit. i
Km Mlrr* Ml down with hT. but
•• *rr*i lHtrnlc*t* «tuc two til* *btp»
boy a.
i "^"^""^J JJT_s^^R^^^^^""" "J'ff *■*-
I plefct up ***rul Brrtr aheila from
IK. i>*.i off Ik* <Ui».rtnM.
in>«llv-tmt look km. **ew»»d. becau*
II wua awl taeyaM up with • lei off
ituihrn ■«<rf ni'f.li.
ritKDUY «;<-•zi.uuAN.
Third (on of Admiral Print?* Hen
ry t. .11* hurt while iiU)inic railroad
in the royal nur»«r>-. , Slick to lh«
•hlpa, lada.
TUB JOKETa ON HAIIVKT.
Ilinrr I'lymal*. a youn« •chooi
teaeber, J..kint!y asked th* lIIU to
accompany him bom* th* other |
night. They accepted, and many j
boy* went along, there b*lnc a*oal
a all fold. They remain*! all nl«t.r
Although Mr. Bfi-i Mr* Itytnala had
tired, they got up and rn}ny«-.| ■ -
fund with th* v .uu» f.»lk« -Htynl*
llranrh Ctt, K'ii..ii (W. Va ) U-
por.
TUB BOWL.D SOaBIinOTOVITCII.
(By Roiuu«-1 I.«vt-raky.)
O. lln»rv'M not m trn.l«iiviu-h that*
irotnirvkr
Worth iihowiiiK»ky, or knowlng»ky,
Uk»" that from, il'.tt *Towin)t*ky,
K'ir a b<'wl<l aocerboyorltch;
Wh*r« rt*bt or Ml we it—ky.
Bur* you know friend or ftwaky.
Will hay* tb« hand or K»»ky.
From the bow Id »i.s'ru.,)«vltrh.
There* not a towmky w march I
thro'
Hat Udi«-nkv« looklnic arch thro'
Tit* ranka to find th*lr Joyovttch. ,
Whilf «ip the mr..-tka.
M»«h girl you mretka.
Will look an tlyofr, -
\VRI cry. "My eye-off!
f\ Ikii'l h* a <UrlltiK«k>*,
Th« Ik.will poctrboyovUrh." mm
■ r.mwi Whltroinl. Itlley haa been
nude a Doctor of Literature by th»
l|nlvcr«lty of renis»ylv«nla. Dlplo
tt r £ of the, Indiana tchool of poetry
finally rr»-o«nll»il.
The real mitm of Korea I* "Cho
wiym " So wonder Ilii- »la and Japan
have both riionori It.
*> ' » *
' * 'r ]
OUR GOOD
NATURE
Induces i'» to axaln call your at-
Irntlon to the flpportunltloa "f I" *-
tine a Ifnmfi. like pnylnn ncnt, by
i.u>iii« at one* to the
Montana Addition
Ovarlookinff Lake WKuhltiKlon.
* **■*
The Thompson
Company
Owner*,
211 PIKE H'l I! 11l
IN JAIL
•'KING SOLOMON" IMPRISONED
AT MINNEAPOLIS FOR Ut AT
INO HIS WHITE WIFE
"Kin* Holomnit," <« ii'-«n> elixir.
viiyrmi blank .■« coal Ur, who««
pltti-n of iiliihli- uiilll li <ntly WilM In
Hfuttti*, -la now Imigulßhlnc In Jail
In Ml'iii'.inllx on th« charge of IM-ut-
Ing hix wife, i« «iiii" Kill. whom b«
married In llufr.ilo, N. If., » turn
ritontha hk<i.
"king Hi.lon haa b#en "work-
Ing hi* Kraft" In MIRIMMNi for wme
tli;i>< With niniM.li.uM*> liU<*f^M.
H«verul wi.it" women Imv f«ll»n
vlctlrna to the wllva of th» poinpoim
black man. Mra, Jmhil« Vt.UtlK of
H.-»lH>\ tii*. »if" of NielioUa Young,
Ijt-riiiiir |i»|m irwttly HHWtW w«*«ka
■(a Iji'ina*- Kin* Holomon did not
Hill to I>t. >h." I* new conflnrd
1,, 11,. HifiltK.Hiiii Iniian* aaylunrw
"Klnir Holoinon" la n-itr<l chiefly
tor hl« K-ui'ly i.aluk !>t mi'! hi* nmac
Inglj l.iik-'- I-" U »t ■kmII." ll«mn<lc
ii «tnull r nit*- In l*.iiiil^ l.y pUy
inK upon th* iiiiit«iii.ui->iiß ut the
weak and gulllbta.
raixtlta h« tmw ■■ a llln-
[Th* Stage j
Tonight and tomorrow night Mow
aril Kyi* will appear at the <ir«n,l
in "Hoacmai * play that ha* rn>
dured becauaa of'tha tendernetta of
It* atory and the charm of i!a char
... Km, Mr Ky!« la w>ll known M
the weal and h*« Urn much of a ta>
v .tit. with local theater-gtwr*. ■■
Mill bo Kumiundcd by a good com
p*ny.
"Down by th* K«*" continue* at
the Third Avenue for th« remainder
of th* week. Th'i* will b« a null
nee r«..!urday.
>lurr»y and Mack to "A Night on
llmadway" am doing tha liu»ln»«ii of
the town and nightly the audience* l
•re lar**-. Tha *how la a melang*
of mualo and broad romrdy and a
continuous i.iuth I* the penalty fur
attendance
"■ ■».
J. V. Mow* and hi* aMocUle* Of
the rarifto Coact Independent Man-
m. »»nat«. FREDERICK «c NELSON n« r.r«it«r.
KMbVMM
Save on
Graniteware
Tomorrow
Notice tomorrow s special offerings in
first quality Royal Granite Steel Ware
from the housefurnishing section, main
floor. *. —n.
4 - Quart Granite Steel jffiwg
Cooking Kettle 25c
Tomorrow a « |l Ho>»l Oranlta Bteel Sauaiw B«rlin Cookjo* Kettle,
•lib cover, may »»• had for ...... .... .... .....250
Imported Decorated Earthen Tea
Pots 48c Each
The** are In an»«rt<-<l •hapm and decoration*, beautifully embellUhed.
■ ■ with colored enameta. heavy cold lln«* and llhiralnaUona. Th« aisra
rani* from i to t i u|i». and the regular prior* from Me to II vu «■«. li
Tomorrow, your cholc* ; ..... 48«
Fine Line of New Printed Lino
leum Just Received
FREDERICK & NELSON
tacw>«r*U4
Complete HouscfurnUheri 2d Avc, Madison, Spring
We Make a Specialty of Gents' Work
We have .1 rapacity of 70.000 collar* and cuff* unit 7.0 M nhtrla prr
wrrk. «'«n Xlv» y«<> mih- finUh you deftre. Work left at our Main Of
flrn, Flrat avo. and U«U -t.. or our Down-town Office, Third aye, near
I-ik«. at.
Shirts We Collars 2c Cuffs
Queen City Laundry
; V • '),k ■:\ \\\ v\Tl'l.i' i.s 1 M 1 i.-li 1 ! 1 :-'•• v '^'^
Builders' Hardware
Plumbing; Tinning
STOVES AND RANGES
ERNST BROS., 606 Pike ■n9m7^fSiS aa. l '
;iK"i«" A»««ii l.itlun lire rjuletly pin-
KreiißliiK with ih< Ii- plans and now
miiiiiuiii €» ih.it th* deal to M-l'l A
I'ortlwrid thruter to tln-lr circuit haa
been consummated. They are >-■•
bonking attnu-tlono for next wit.Hin
Ihut are in.iv In the trust Mid, M far
iin any announcement I* concerned,
MIDI triM lit, 10) to the cyndlcat*.
I h< ■■' l» H movement, however, to
brink away from th« combination,
tad mmi '.r !►>■• more Important
producing irutnasara In Hi- Mai have
inndn in i;itiK< tni'iitit to book ln'l'
|i>-iii|ri,nv. Thin dor* not mean that
they will not book with tin- «yndl«
cnt« Uif.itnil, but rather that they
will do their own i kinK and play
any houm Itmt klvcii 1,. HI 111. beat
term* milt advantage* l>«:il'lli-»« of ;
whether the ti ii i or an ln<llvdua!
control* th« theater.
,M!h« K.im.-i Hermann will probab
ly link" « tour of th* wml, imrtlcu-
Urly of, tin- MM, In tin- near .'•,!•■
MIM Ilvrtnann U ii > .><] iik actrrsa
and occupied a unique piialton 111 the
eajit. Where other .i|li|f women
hava endearored to dlnttnajutah
themaelvea In comedy, tragedy and
the Tommy lU»t of it,, modern play,
MIM Herman him atruck I- the bet
ttr claw of melodrama ami has
made a moat notable MteeoM,
Hum Hermann Uaa In preparation
• new play 'hat will Intwat local
!li<-i.i- i c-><>» InMtnuch aa the ■'• •' >
la a .i.l i<> deal with Ufa In ''■ north
wrat In Ita tnor« dvt»*»a and cul
tured anprcta.
FINE CLARET
WINE
T ■ '»
■■• - , .
Per Gallon
Brunner ft Co.
403 Pike St.
Telephone Main 1060
Union Bakery
adnd Ca^fe
Come to us for good Coffee
and Cakes.
Don Martha Block.
AMUAEMSNTt
THIRn avenue
I ******* Theater
ItI'HHCI.I. ft l<!ti;VV Mmiiru
Doth rinifii-B lam m
l'i|r»: Nlicl.t-f*'. 40c, ffc, 20&
M»tint«M-»c. i;c. o
■ Tonight, All Week, with Saturday .
Matinee,
PHIL HUNT'S
BCKNIC HUCCKHH,
Down by the Sea
Grand "*%ȣ
John (.'art. M«r . Fkan«, Mum <•
Tonight at»<l Thursday Night
Howard Kyle
-IK-
Koul» N I'mkil'm rtomanUe n.me.iy
Rosemary
The 'if Kt< »l HunrM in mi* lititory
of (h« New York i:in[>lr<- Theater.
IJlrertlon O*org« II Brennan.
Frl< ••• l»l\»f ■ |t M;. parquet, ha!
cony and i:i!litk, |l.« 0. lie. SOc, Z&r. '
Curtain mi « 16 (harp,
N.«t attrscdon-Th* Khay (.rand
• »i«-ra ''«m|«f.y.
SeaWeT^r
BOllf l'l|.;xi"2 l* /
IIOTII PIIO.VE»-«.
Tunlcht anil All wv.k. UaUnc*
_ Haturday.
§ Another flit to Capacity
11 «»«««-.
Tb« I.«4Jitti Maker*
MURRAY
m^m and MACK
Id tb« Muaieal Corn*-!/
i^rV . A lifßt «a IrMlWif"
I £>£■. * I'wwli- (Mostly Otrliii X
A^PI ' Mi' ■ • *r. Me. Jfc-.
V*4 / M-'O. Mat—»<•.» tor. Tic. {
y'A ~**JA Ne*t *«rk—Dartt. ; '
|A>-*-^'<| Ttl« rornltß attracticrn—
HAKKK BTOCK CO., '
Alcazar Theater
Maduon, h«(. lir«! and H«»>ri4 awe.
<rio»«wl for Alt*ra.tlona Thl« W<«l^
Wilt Open With
Monte Crlmto
Dunui' M.. ■! ■>.!.•-
Sunday Mmtlmem, March 9
Popular Prlcen—lsr, 25c and' Sic. ",-^-
Novelty Parlor
1404 £•>< on 1 Avmii», Times * liM|
/or ladkm, Qorttlvmom
»md Ohitttran .
Op*n t-vrry day, a, in. <<> 11:30 p. in.
Admtmmtot, *****
X" NIT--—I
..rr: ••» !»«.., utM «A ■» ■
f« .uk W.il. tote) M 4 ■■■■■■!! ■
«*•"•« ■
TWU.s.W«haCa,Ortra<.»tl.|
WEAKNESS
IN MEN
A Michigan SptcialUt Find* an Easy
War .to Cur* Any Caa« of Uit
Vitality! Evan in th« Oldact Man—
Thi. Wonderful Cur* Hai a Moil
Marvtlout Rtcord of Successes.
SENT FREE TO ALL WHO
APPLY IN WRITING.
There »re thousand* of ehr-erltM
hornet; In *■ this . country, \ filled j with
discontent and unhappinesa, lackjaa
In lov» Mid companionship throwgii
the loat vitality and physical Im
pairment of a man whoat ynrf da
net Justify surh a rondiiioa. In
diaer«tlon» and r««kl«nnc«« oCten
c»il« a temporary cessation of vita)
atrrnrth that Instantly yfcMa to tb«
wonderful ' treatment discovered,by
the creat speclalUt, Dr. H. C. Rajr
nor of Detroit. Hit -It ; has r**"
inalHrU for this great * physldan >to
discover that lost vitality and simi
lar trontiloii can b«t cured and in re
markably short space* of time. * ThU
treatment dors not ruin the stooMudk,
aildliKc the miseries such Injury en*
tails, but It la a new treatment that
easily and quickly restores youth
ful vtror. /
The discovery la beyond doubt tie
most scientific and comprehensive
that attention haa ever bean called
to. Krom all shies report* of cures
In stubborn cases of lost vitality, «n
--larn*m«nt of th* pro«tat#, v»rlc<x-«]»,
atrophy, lack of vlrtU' strength,'
bajihf uli>*»» and timidity, ■ and « like
urin.imral conditions, It >\cu>m tills
without ar t'liu.li>-r», vacuum pump*,
'<->•■ trta l'..|t» or anything of that
kind."
Batlafactory rvmilt* are produced
In a Jay .« us«, and a p«rfVat cur* In
a abort lime, r»gurillrju» of ac* or
ttip caum) of your condition.
Th« Incky dtecoirwr simply i>
■lroK to ret In touch with all men
who can make us* o# ouch a treat
ir«it. T*t»y aJtMiol 1 ».|^-.-*-< lilrn In
cuntldence, Vr. H.«C".l»«ynor, 655
j |,m k linll tinit. Detroit." Mich, and
i Iniiin llk i on receipt of your nsune
and uddroM it la hia agri^mmt to
«ru'l you H ft,-I- receipt or formula
of this modern tr««tment by which
you . an cure yourself at home.
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