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FRIDAY SPECIALS To Induce a Trial ot Store Methods *'• ars rery frank In staling i nt th*** Friday Specials arc to Induce yi.u to try 111. store method* and Inspect the new (tor* Ws feel confident thai once a ruatonier. always a rustomsr, for (he very simple reason t lis! the New Slots offer* distinct and better Inducement*. Come In tomorrow, P51.85 if I a j Tstile Wash Stand, golden finish, itde towel 8y BSBSSrfS^I "'" Isris linen drawer, full alte ahelf; reg I B p* '~** || T; "'sr price I;*.*.*.; special price for Krlday., 1 « :•••••••• |l" Drapery Room Friday Specials Oriental Strips Couch Cover, irgular price t: 00; 1 Mil.* special. 9-Ul6 10c it:.... Itetura Hooks, per dot fler lie li.i-» extension Hod*, ssch Or 1 .»v 'nSNinißEtc^Tis m * AiW corr .-skcond avp x- IX'^^VV/? * UNION STREET Swallow Hands Out Hot Bunch PROHIBITION PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE WRITES OPEN LET TER TO PARKER, IN WHICH HE BECOMES SARCASTIC (Bt eVTlana N.w. i.ml !CHICAGO. Oct. •.—Blla* C. Sw»l lew, prohibitionist randidate for prealdr.it, ba* written an open let ter, dated October I. to J .la. I'ark er. In which he la an adroit man ner lak*** « fling at both the demo cratic and repnbltran candidal**. After ••!««••.t::i* that he and Ju■'.*'■ Parker go on * Joint campaigning tour, he aaya: "We could dtee-u** the qiMOtloo What 1* the Itomlnant I*. In Th!» Campaign" I could attorn the tubsUr.UaJ agreement of all partle*. especially the democratic and re publican, on reciprocal tariff, gold idand.i'i and 'li' Philippine*. Al*o. oa getting th* office* and the ac companying aaiari**, and yon ■ ..ul l e—iphaslie the personal difference* between your own caneerratlxn and Mr. Itooeevrlt's dangrroua atrenu* oel ty. ""loci would doubtlesa maintain. Ml*.. letter.that '■ great wrong to a weaker nation had been done ty • anient Koowevelt In th* meth od employed In acquiring th* l'_ ama canal route." but. neeerth*!***. we should tors' our**!*** for the .In tbu* committed, and -rnon strate to th* world our eelf-lndulg *nce. by "proceeding with due dill gence In the work of eonttrortlng the canal, a duty that should be * promptly performed.* "The ethlra of thl* seaming para dos could be Illustrated hr th' ven erable adage: 'One might a* well be hung for a sheep a* a lamb.' "When It cornea my tarn to apeak I new not refer to your *ll*nre on tli* gold leave till cure ot your nom ination: nor of your having twlr* voted for the Uryan *llv»r plank; nor to Mr. Bryan's declared purpose to do all In hi* power to elect yon aß( | your gold atandard with the further purpose of reorganizing his party after election, on the silver US' BEST WASHINGTON CREAMERY BUTTER 2 tbi. for 5.1* lowa Creamery, lb mm ADAMS* BEST BAKING POWDER lej-oz. can 2ft* || Your money cheerfully re | funded If not pleased. lis TEA AND COFFEE CO. •21 (SECOND AVENUE, N.ar M.di.on Str.rt. basis having, from hi* standpoint, .!..«■ tbat la»u* all harm possible hy electioneering for you. However, loyalty to my prlnctplea would com pel me. though tbe proceaa might be painful to you, to auggest an answer to one Inquiry la your let ter. Tli: 'Shall economy of admin istration 1..- demanded, or shall ax ■ «»a«'» be encouraged"*' -"> en ewer would be yea to the first qu*«- Item anil no to th* second I could then proceed to demonstrate how. If elected, you or I coutd 'demand , ervAooii and dlacourage 'e.lra.s ganew' by putting in the ftrat mss **ge to rongrra* a recommrnelalloa, to .lti.it to a popular vote, the i adoption of an amendment to the I coast It' **l*Tr*t— IM.-cilvlng Ihe profit sharing partnership etUUag I*. tween the government ami the liquor traffic; and. "Second — Forever prohibiting th* manufarture and sale as a beverage Of att latent, stir.* liquor*. "Surh a law. etecuted by "lelsk. friendly to It. would have saved last year lOO.SSS direct coat, and an equal amount for raring for . criminal* and pauper*, the product of the traffic* PARKER DECIDES CANDIDATE SAYS HE WILL NOT TAKE THE STUMP DURING THE CAMPAIGN (Br Script** N.w. Assnl NEW VOIIK. Oct. 1.-In a state- I ment Issued this morning from the national democratic headrtuartrra. i Chairman Taggart announced thai [Judge Parker haa folly determined. ' after carefully considering the mat- I ter. not to go on the stump, Hurh | ipeecb** *. he deem* desirable to mak*. will b* mad* st llosemont. Chairman Taggart say* tb* Inci dent I* closed and •hose In charge of tbe campaign fully approve of the determination of Judge l'ark»r. SICK OF hIS JOB I^oiis Messing, I local Jeweler, today Instituted divorce procedtngs against Mrs. Mary Mrsslng. with 1 whom he has lived only £1 days. j lis claim* that his lirl'l. Is exceed ingly extravagant and thai he can not earn enough money to support ! her In the «tyl* *he seems to have i been gcrtistomod to. During the ; short time they lived together he jrlalm* she ba* spent a goodly por tion of hi* month* Imome tn rlot joua living and carousing. Ills wife. ; he say*, beside-* her bad habit*. I* . afflicted with a malevolent disposi tion. The couple were married April - and separate*.! April 29. Tti* .learner Humboldt arrived In ' port 'Ills morning from southeastern j Alaska, with If'-I pn.senger., nil* 'a|«n brought dOWtl 4.090 rnses of 'salmon and 41 l.ove. of fresh fish, The frr.h fl«h I* from Te« harbor. WOMEN ARE SUSPECTED IMPORTANT CLUE TO PERPETRATORS OF INFANT MURDER IN PORTLAND DISCOVERED BY POLICK—THt -rUSPfcCTS HAVE DISAPPEARED (Bp*el*l ta Th* Star.) POI.TLAND, M «-The dl*cov •TJ wa* made |« M night of what Is believed to lie an important rises to the women who left a *utt case con lalnttig Hi., body of a mtirdrn-d in fant at the -1 land depot. The day before (he murder was ■ll.i'oveieil two women Rlipeared si the St. Charles hotel and were a*, signed In a room. One of (hem carried a telescope val!..* and Hie clerk believes lhat thn other car it..l an Infant, although on tht* point he Is not certain. They reg istered as Kllen (I 11« el- of Hlleti, and M, (1 Smith, of Tacoma lit! the women had left the hotel the following article* were found In th* room they occupied: A haby'a nut-slug beittle, half full nf milk * bah) i blanket. Iwo holtlea filled with * water appearing . heni- I. a! thought to be poison, and a MilliofrDollar Fund to Break Big Union ■ii HON DOLLAR TRUST MAKES THE STRIKE IN ITS OHIO STEEL MILLS THE OPENING WEDGE TO KILL OFF THE AMALGAMATED ASSOCIATION OF IRON AND STEEL WORKERS YOrSC.STOWN. Ohio -The pre* •nt strike •( lh* plant* of th* American Bl*el Hoop Co will be fought to a flnUh. The rompeuy, a subsidiary concern of the Carne gie steel ,tr,] sue and tbe I'ntted State* Bt*el corporation. I* aald to have a fund of t1.000.000 (o "bust" lh* Arealtatnated asosrlatlon Th* offlriata say they are going lo do II There will be no compromise, Bo quarter. It will be th* aim of th* company limply to break up th* Arsalgarnted association for good and all. so far as the tm.t mitt* are concerned. •The m»n needn't think ihey can stand out a* long a* possible and then come back and get tbalr hnba when tbe .'rile |a over." *aldan official at ihe mill* today, Th* ■tea win, are going Into (he mill* now wtll remain there If (hey ran do the work. If our old men don't want to get hae-Ir now they won't go i.e. at all." The men n*v*rthele*». are .lav Ing out. Tbey are also grtttag out Ibe newcomer* In squad* of two ' RUN THE I BLOCKADE CHINESE JUNKS ORGANIZE IN A SYSTEM Or BLOCKADE RUNNERS till Brrtpe* !*««• Ass's! TOKI«> Oct 4 -The Japan*** fleet off Port Arthur today captured a Junk laden with provisions, which waa trying to enter the harbor. The l statement* of ' crew Indicate tbe f.lstence of a fleet of *0 Junks or -r.e.». i to run the blockade from th* vicinity of T»ltigtan. The Junk* enter during th* night, while lh* discharge of Russian guna and *i plosion of mines give It en, an ad vantage oyer the vessel* of tb* blockading fleet. CHILD ASKS FOR DAMAGES Ol* Iloeek. lh* fs(her of Ruby llorrk. a child who was badly hurt In * *tre»t rar accident on a Or**n !..'►,- car last summer whll* on (h* w»y (o a Hunday dehool picnic *l IVondlend psrk. filed a damage »ull In her b»h*lf today against lh* H*- Rill., Electric company. lum.iees In th* auni of 1J.0.0 ar* asked. MARRIAGE LICENSES Albert ll.iv*.. of Mi Murray, Wssh, nnd Horn Morrison, of He a((|e. both of legal age. CITY WON OUT In the IK.OOO d .n..... suit of Mrs. Matlld.l I'olter sKaln.t th* clly. a superior Court Jury (his morning found for the defendant. Mr* Pot* (er claimed lee have been badly In jured by fulling Ihrough a 1.-in|.o --mry sidewalk on Hri.adwuy »evenii inonllis *«n. The Alaaka Cnmmerrlnl com pany* slenmer Ilrrthn arrived 111 I>ort from Valde* and point, to the Westward this morning. The vessel carried 130 pii.seneers ninl 230 leuis of ore for Ihe Tin'omn smelter. The ore Is from the mines of A. K. Ileal son, on Tiitntre he |.lurid. 'li t %9*%tt94t it m%*atrtr var ST* »»— .'« ywiecWwiTr^'V'wrwr nr^mf^rya^n** liny Blocking. When the Infant* body was found 111 the mil . one fool wits linn ni...1 this Stoi liliik found lv Ihe room nt Hie St.Charles hotel look* very much hi,. the mate for the slocking on Ihe one , i..tin.l foot. Tin* article* tire nol ■ I.nn.if.i ■ I and no rearuur Is apparent fur ilied abandonment. A ill c- 111 11 It I an.i!i i nf I lie. con tents of the bottle Is being made wllh a view to determining. If i>.- slhle. wheltier Ihe mixture con- Inlued Is uf n poisonous nature. An autopsy will also be 1.. I-l on (lie liv.lv lo illiu'lieie (ho actual cause of death. When the Imliy was found In the grip there were two blisters un lt« lips That, Coroner Flnlry thought, might Indicate that the tittle one wan poisoned. The theory of the police |> thst Die child was lllegtl male and was brought here to lee tlspoacd of tn avoid *cantlal. noon Hplr* of Ihe steel trust are Mild to be. thick In the rank* of th* Amalgamated men al th* i r- ■• • t tins* and have been for Iwo year* past Hi-i-oitTiNi. to tih: omenta of the steel hoop etepartm*n( (he view* and artlons «f the mm em ployed in Ihe mills hrr* On* man ronf****.! yeHfterday to having ! •-• i- spying on hi* fellow workmen and (old *e>m*thlngal the method, thai have been pur •ued Th* man for Ihe pa.t (wo nr three year* has b*»n working on the I* Imh t>ar mill of lh* lower plant here ll la claimed that there are olher men among the strikrr* who ar* still giving to the company twport* on (he action* of Ihe mm II U .•Jd that th»v hay* -■ •■* lo the meeting* of th* men and Imme diately aft*r the meeting* ar* held the* are reported to (he company In detail In the conf»«*lon before Justice Mlskrtl (he m*n »a»* he rrc»lv*d lioo a month for working and *py- Ing and was allowed . «:■■. -»• for mingling with the men He told of .*•■ ■ lan ■ tn ih* work. WILL hAVE NO WATER Tw*lve hundred delinquent wale* consumer* will have tbrlr water supply »hnl off. according (o Hu perlnlendrnt Yemngs, unle*» (hey pay their r*nl» by th* loth of (his month. Thrre are (bat mat de linquents for Ihe third quarter of the preeent year. They have al ready been fined U> iron for •'••■ ilnqn*nry. but If Ihelr water laahut off thry will be lined an equal •mount again. Thl* U lh* ml* laid down by lh* city wat*r ordinance. Proceeding* for th* condemn*Hon ef property damages by the 1nn ,..-...,. of lih* street w»re begun In ***up*rlor Judge Orlffln* court Ihla morning, and wtll probably oc cupy *»v»rsl day*. A Jury h*s not yet been *eeured. Mr* I.ydla Klertlng today filed a divorce sull «ga!nst her hu.baml ii*.,rar Hl'Hlng. Kh* allege* nun •np port. New woolens. Herald, tailor. IS-si Maaa . - - FRIDAY SPECIALS t-lnch Hteel (4c l.sors. nlrkle plated, every pw'r warranted. io« v,.lu». Krlday .O. Hoeik.nn llo*e Hupporls. nl. klr trimming* snd buckle, tt« vslu*. Krldsy 11. 11133 Cream TurkUrt Towel, fast colored border*. 12l»c value. Krlday "« lie.r lirand Kasony Tsrn. nil col ors snd black, Friday &c Ladle.' Walking Hklrl*. H.ot.h. nov*lty rluth, nil »*am* f*ll*el snd tatied. 12.75 valu*. I'rld.iy SI M Corduroy lltndlng. all lolms. Fri day 1. No. «0 Mark Taff*ta Hllk Rib bon, Krlday 1 •,, I.i 11. - Hllk Klllclied Delta, fancy buckle, Krlday i., Mens Hllk Hand How Ties, .fie and J'c value, Krlday I fie Men's Heavy Kleece Lined Sani tary Hhlrls and Drawer*, 7*.c value, Krlday BOg Children's Kin* Hlldieil lln.*. nil sires, lie lalue, Krlday. . . . 1 fie Men's Alius Carter*. Is>' i.iln*. Krlday ■ Illi M*n* Vie I Kid Hhoes, bal or congress, |2,*,0 value, Krlelav .,...:. $i.f.3 r1l»e» 11 nnd 1» American Ijidy Corset*, tOe and 75c value. Krlday IBc Hoys' l.niindered I'ernil* Waists, detachable belt, ~,i>r value. Krl .l.iv *l»e ANIe A lie iHT OF c .THKItM. PETERSON^ 1 /poop ooooa \_J 704 MS. tig Pik. Sir..l. I SIR WILFRID LAURIER WILL PROBABLY CARRY CANADIAN ELECTIONS AGAIN OPPOSITION TO HIM WILL PLEAD TOR CLOSER TRADE RE- ! I LATfONgHIP WITH THE UNITED STATES- LAURIER HAS A CINCH ON PARLIAMENTARY HEATS IN THE PROVINCE M j I BEC-ISSUES OF THE COMINfI CAMPAIGN Sll*N J.N TIIK ia.St,'l..H OP Till*. COMING CANADIAN CAMPAIGN Tbe qomtnton election* will be 1..1.1 Thitr*day. November 3. nom ination day bring October i". it la -■ ■ •■• .v t that both liberals and ««»aenrallve* ar* preparing lltrra luee*, and It t* etper ted lhat •!■. ■ ..i. i i i■, will lie the holiest S^ftc* Ihe confederation eif Ihe prov ireri m im*.7. jfbe wlnrttnn* were lo have been held a year ago, but a hitch In ihe (irand Trunk Pacific railway deal and l-.-iT., . « HI hralltl oused a i >:■• n. n,. Nt much to tbe disgust of th* con*ervatlves, who bad pre pared tona uf campaign literature, which la now valueless The main Issue sill sll'l In* the Grand Trunk Pacific railway proj ect, though II Is significant that the t*op!e of Canada are remarkably apathetic regarding thla big deal Conservative* admit that another transcontinental line Is necesaary, but they claim lhat the liberals are giving too many concession* lo (he (irand Trunk rallw«y and that (be government plan* to build Ihe line too far to Ihe north. It wa* orig inally lh* purpose of Ihe govern ment to build we*tward from a point at the head of lair Superior, hut Ihe peop'e of Qucber kicked so vigorously that It wa* decided to eileml (he line through that prov ince down IS Moncton. New 1.-•.-■ wffk. Thl* ettenslon will, tb* lib eral* eipect. catch votes In Quebec, which now give* l-*url*r practically hi* entire majority In th* house of commons (lul of ts neat* In tbat province. Ijiurler now control* 6* and It I* a**um*d tbat he. being a I AND STILL BELL "MAKES GOOD" , 'Tbe i>hllo«ophy of'life l» to Stake good."—From Ibe proverb* of Wtl'tam tlell. William llell. a. ling weatherman. Is certainly making good. In fa. 1 ha is wrapping, lying, delivering Ihe real gneid* (o (he people of Se attle wllh nealnes* and dispatch Koreraatrr llell hasn't fallen down once thl* month. He *" * I perfect batting averare and he* 1 firlded hi* position without an j error. .. ,__ #Y**trrday. when b* predicted Oiowrrs 11 looked Ilk* a foul "Up." Imt Sir William landed on that Ipreetl. tlon tor a thrrebase hit, for I tbe sky ha* wept at least a doien trara*«> far today, U An* Hlr William «ays ll may rain (■•eeMiinrrow. , . ... h"*W*fhe>pe be I* losing bis batting I rye *ftr nolrody want* bad wealher j *.'•*•• the Nebraska takes her I maiden dip f lief* I* H|H'» average: 4t^ t , ,„,.. Errata. F£ ENTERTAINMENT FOR DEPORTED MINERS An entertain meal for tbe benefit lof tbr families of the ilr|auled mlnerr* of Colorado i* to be given at one of the lame Ihealer* of the rlty within a short lime. Three representative* of the We.lerti Fed eration of Miners addressed the Western Central I-almr union last evening on the subject ami II wa. agreed to give the entertainment under the auspice* of that Waly. The entertainment ennsl.t* of strreoptlion views taken dining the disturbance In Colorado and tec- MRS". WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP »M?.'»Hf»»MI»J tttlHriMof VtrrthrTm for .h»*f '(ill. lf* 'I Wbtl* T "*•(!■''"l|l fir «-v. r Hflf V'»Uf-. It m.4,t->fm th* i iiii I. M.n-1,4 ii." «urn«, *ll«?« •tl t ..,u. .'Hrr" Mini i.iiio, MM la tha 'Ml i.i, ratf f-.r tH*rrti'.'». i 1 > 11 \ in.lii r Prrneh Canadian, will continue lo riiutrol tin in ns long a* he remains at the heael of the liberal party. txird llundonald, the hero of I .1.1. .'i Ith general offlrer com manding lh* Canadian force*, wa* dl.mlssed by the liberal government l^eause he presumed to assert th*t Hon. Sydney Ktsher, minister of i '!• lilt ■■■• waa :t t ■■.'.■ ii .■ politic* Into the militia. The conservative* will maintain that Ihindor.ald *si harahty tre«ie*d by the Preach Ca nadian premier and will make what capital they can emt of the Incident Sir Wilfrid i.i,.:iii i i.e. ..n.i pre mier tn use and all Indication* point to a long term ahead of him. li-- waa born Nov, Jn, IMI, In tbe proline* of Quebec, and all hla an* testers were |-*rencb. He wa* edu cated In V '.•" university and aa. , admitted tv the tear. In I*7l he entered |>e.ll!!e-s being elected a memlwr of the (Jurl.ec leg islature, ly he was sent to the Canadian parliament, where tn a tew years he rose (o leadership In I the libera! party. He Iwirne Ihe I legislative rival of Sir John A. Mar dnnald. the sturdy old Scotchman who wa* for so many yeara the eon eervatlve premier of Canaela. These two men led opposite *lde* In the blttere-st campaign* tn dominion hl» --ti.ry, the younger liberal leader fina'ly overthrowing the machine built up hy the other. Hut they alwaya appreeialed each otber'a abllttlea and at Sir John* funeral l-surler delivered an eloquent eulogy. lures eiplalnlng Ihe evenls by tbe union miner* who are now here. Similar entertainment* bare been given In other cttie*. It I* said, and , 111. 1,..' a great succeaa. WERE ONCE FAMOUS OLD-TIME ACTORS OF NA TIONAL RENOWN MAY GO TO ACTORS* HOME Thr least Ac lor*' unle.n nnd the charily in- ■ .- "■ - society ■re trying to make arrangement. to send irV*e (lay(on, an nctte.a well known In the Cnlted ->..,, , de-en year. sari, and Wllllum J. Marshall, sn old lime tliealil.nl manager) who are now stranded In this city, to the Actor*' home, on Htaten Island. Th* case wa* referred to John Curl, ninriiiger of th* Orand opera house, whom they asked fnr old. Mis* li.ivtim Is now tn years of »ge, Hhe Is Buffering from a nerv ous dl.ea.e. which made tt ncre.ri.iry to send her to n (oral hospital a »ln*rt time aao. Mnrshiill. who was formerly Hie • ..,•■ of several r'hlnieo iheaters and of Buffalo Hill's Wild Weal show, I* nil old Irlernl of I .eiiitiiiii Thompson. Ihe Veteran lie tor. Tlie latter hns been communicated with for nid. Mar.liull ha. been tiylng to make ■ living for himself arid Miss Day ton for several years pas! by selling n lamp lib k for which lie trot n Int ent. For IJ )eur. Mian li.iylon was the head of n Ihe.itrb'nl Irnnpe nf her own. Old nit* compelled ber lo go out of business. l'levluus to lhal llinc she wn* a Shining l.i-'.i In N.'.v York and I'hll adelphta theater*. In the >o'* Mr. Marshall mul herself aecured a larg* amount of notoriety by traveling from Hun Kriincls. o to Ni'iv York by fool. It una not many years ago , thai Mis* liiiyion ga*e* performance* < In Hits clly nnd ua* bniiiiuctl.'d by iiiliiilicis here. FRIDAY SPECIAL This Week We Offer a Wide Choice of PILLOW TOPS Made nf I. rnliarits frnm high -j.rlccd Tape st ties, Hllk Velotira, Ap l-ii'i'ii Vilnius and Klein iillne Hlrtpc*. 111, FRIDAY ONLY, >■•>■ BACH, Hllk inrils to niali-li. In all c olotl n*s, per yorcl *|5e Cotton cord* tv natch, In all enlorlriKs, per yard -!*.. ACORN RANGES . a i To each of ihe first fifty pure.-hum of Acorn Hatige* aoltl J nn nnel after October Ikl. we will present a "Iluffalo" one-pier* I ; nltkel-plaled solid topper Teakettle worlli $ 1.75. Tlie pried of J Aieirn i: ■■ , remain Ihe same —the Tea-kettle li m present. l It coat! iieiililii* to i all and examine. / IV - rr... |T .„. i -, r , ..... AlCirtl l!.i ti i' < • il rid I.- M«,«reh Itarg. *1.l t,, .is. , ].el-« ItanKe., all fillljr ■„> tiftit.r I. » 10-,« ,i-..| _*,„ «- . Old -in«. t-.er, C, |,«rl Knar ntr cd. t_o up, $ down, i.ir.cii I , * month. . ' GLHolmesFurnitureCo -1101-1103-1105 SECOND AYE. Th* Big ln.tallm.nt Hou..—You Pay Wn.n Cenvsm.nt. AT THE THEATERS UV KIGIIT (il* swortD." !'.,'■ Ktti.it t nml a capable com rally were em last tilahl si Ihe i,r ..nl op. i , hi,use li .1 in.i- h Im proved presentation of "Hy night of Sword." I ■-.. - , the three year* ritu.irt has leeeri playing the |,le< r In Ihe east he hu* added to und tuken from Ihe pluy untl l( now run* wllh it smoothness nnd brlllUmy thai leaves llltle to be desired. Kliiiitl himself, being adapted t by ren .nn of physlciue mil person- J allty. for Ihe role of Hi. hard llnrn llton. >■ i. . the leading role a trl-j urtiph, and bis support Is good. Ma be! Wright. In the rule of iilga Pc- j Irovtteh. wore b*r princes* rolresj with gra.e* and made lh* nio.t of her |»crt, which admits of llttl* but to took prelty. Alf Helton, a. I!en nell, Ihe vnlet, did some es> client character uc ting also. ii ■• ■ : curtain calls marked every scene, snd Ktuart res|»»ii,le.l with » sltty s|**ch sfler the duel ■ceo* In Ihe **«<>nd ail. explaining lhal he had Inmlvertrntly broken his Oppoownt'a sword snd "pretty nearly made a mess of things.", Stuart Is one of ihe cleverest j sw oril.men on lh* stage. "Hy flight of Sword" will tun for] ths rest of the week, Including Sat- t Urcla}- matinee. lln Sunday nnd two sin .ceding! nights the ilrwiid will offer the legit- I litis!* comedy, "A Friend of the) Pa—illy." "A GENTLEMAN op FtiANCE." j Th* Jiime. Nelll romi-iny. si (he! Seattle are meeting w Ith splendid ' SUe-rrss In "A (cenllemann.f prance." whlc h Is one of Ihelr beat play*. It will flnl.h |he week, nnd on Sun iliiy afternoon ih* Nciii. nrwn at week's engagement of "The Con-I ■•■'- th* much discussed play whtch recently set all Ijna ..ngrle*! Trill HfOt SAKE."'' The new Itusso-Slbertnn pt*y. **por Her Hake," Is drawing good houses al Ihe Third Avenue. It will conclude Saturday night and "An orphan's Prayer" will open on Bun« clay afternoon. ________ * "Tin: hii.vpii KINO," "The Silver King" Is pleasing big houses eit Ih* popular Alrsssr (he- j ater, ll I* -'.:■■ r, ;;. mounted and well iiorltayed. II will run through the rest nf the week. Nest Sunday afternoon "A lloosier Heroine" starts . run of sis performances. DR. CHARLES ,<is& FLESH ■m%: FOOD a_r*& ->•■**» ?■ THE •fiß-_-_E£ftrW GREAT H _m!-SES^S RF AUTIFI FR PR. riiAitt.KH pi.ksii rimn is thi: nRRATiurr nKAiTiriKii .v. r put on ihe ii,.ni,. It I. ihe only preparation known re. rncllr.l science (hut Wll.l. CRKATS 0000, I'IHM. HKAI.TIIV PLItSH. ar.d clear th* . . i - . i.-- of elerv blemish, .ue-h a. pimple.. MarMirnd.. etc.. ecu limit In ternul mertlcln*. 1-IHt ItKMOVINO WniNKI.I'.S ll i.' Willi..ut nn c-crual- FiUI lil*\ KI.iiPINO Till. Itl'ST nr rratnrtng i» wasted breast l.M<t through riiirslii* nr -.'.-•.- MIKIMI THIN ■ h i i i. I I*I.IMI' snd ' ■ i _ the i,. .1 fewa at a scrawny neck, there Is no other preparation In the world thst | I:sa tun euiii|'ari*eoi*. ( HPKt-'IAL nl'l'l'lt -The regular price [of It, t'hsrle. tflesh K.«»l I. It co a bos. tint (i» Introduce It tittn thousands •if n.w li.me. we have .!. . i.'. .1 tn .end two l.'i lwi.es t.i all wlm .hi-... i till. Mdvetrl.e ill. Nt nnd semi v. II i- Ail packaneri are sent In plulii wrapper, t .-' .- ii - : ilel Tlil. preparalltin Is em ialr at all | the pr!ml|'ii| Io v (.noil, ettnii. soil i I i - .'-..'. ut th* world, and fwe have urranged Willi the- "linn i War. lie." Seattle, !<i fill order, a. per ! i,ur ahrrve siaelnl offer nf IWO Ihiscs . f„r II em. I"Ili:i'.- A .ample bet wlili li enntulii* enouah cf I>r. Charles' Kleah Fmxl far anyone. In c- ■i' .i-. lis sr.sl merit* Will Ih* sent In Any nil.lre., ali.i.llltelv free. If 10c. I. sent Is pay f.,r cost of mnlllii Our hook. "Alt of Xlna.ia*," which contain, all tlie ceiirec! nmve * nicrit. fnr tun..spins the. face neck ! an.! nun., an.l full dtreellon* for etc , v. lupins the titl.t. Will hl.ii be sent with tlil. .ample, Willi- lints) to Ml I'll lit!,l*B I'll . id ri'l.luN mill.l'T, NCW YORK. More Closes Krora 1 p. m. to I p. in . Sunday. BIG SAVINGS For Bargain Friday a(k- Iluffalo Knar !■ ■•! Saucepan Wt 10c Japanned Dustpan 5* 19c 3-ltr. bar While ..tile Soap li. ir* Crank Flour Sifter Br CI/OSINO OIT TEAS AND COFFEES. I - freah English Hreakfast Tea I Br (... Blue Itibbon Mocha .end Java Coffee SS5e 40c freah Cun Powder Tea 21r | Good .My I'olie Stove j ; Pipe lOe 1 Speller & Hurlbut Second and Union A HEALTH BEVERAGE RICH IND MBLteO W. I j BTIU.NGTIIENING FOOI>-ONI_ THAT WILL SATISFY ANO DE LIGHT Mi, DEUCIOt'B AND rL'KE. ITS GOOD ENOUGH Hill YOU. 2 DOZ. HALF PINTS. I'LIIV -I_IIED. I'Olt rlllc. PHONE, EX. 80. OHIO PAINLESS DENTISTS 307,•_ VtKR STREET. rorner of Third and Pike. tlk Gold Crown* ___> t_ ft Teeth Without l'lates. . .9.ZaOU Killings fide TEETH We risk your piilreinage solely oil out merlta sa Master* in tlie •-. I. in «■ of Dentistry, Our pilma are within reach nf every person who appre e lale-a good work — painless. We un hesltnllnely claim to be (he Only Heni p*tnle*a Hernials In Seattle. Whalebnna pla(«* with best teeth for IS.no. Do not cover naif of mouth. 12 year*' eiiiirnntes. Hours: k a. m. lo S p. in.; Sundays. t to I.