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CLOSEDWITH
THE OLD
YEAR
Our Great Stock Reduc
ing Sale Closed Satur
day Night As An
nounced.
One hundred and forty home* will
Ye made happier by.neason of tills
Bale, a* that 1* the number who
l.v >k advantage of the money sav
log opportunity which it offered
during the mouth of Daeenaber
alone. axctualTa of tboaa who
bought In November.
We subjoin the names of thee
rVtve-mher purchaser* up to Satur
day afternoon aud tho Instrument*
they bought.
I_ A. McClure. Clough _ Warren
organ.
Mr*. Martin j.ul|en. Johnston Co.
plana
Winston Appleby. 11. M Cable ,4
ane
Mrs II A, Smith. 11. M. Cable piano.
It. VI. liourl.y, Holl piano.
Mrw '" P. Kinney, libera o:. in
It R. Hereiter, 11. M. Cable piano.
Janus lloye. Kimball plana
Mrs I.villa lkthel, Johnston Co.
pixtio.
rharlrs T. Dicker. Richmond piano
O. C Snyder, Kimball organ.
Mrs. Charlea Peterson. Kimball or
gsn.
11. W lUrncs. Automatic piano.
Immaculate Conception Church,
Ce-ntenntal organ.
J. O. Htrwart, klmhall piano.
Mission I-odg*. I. O. 0. f , Tease
plana
Fronta iviwnlng. Kimball organ.
Thomas N*. Slater, II M. Cable pi
ano.
R. Ii l^vison. 11. '' Cable piano.
C. K. Adsms, 11. '' Cable piano.
H. T. lindow, Hsddorff piano
Tr»r> 3. Coy. Johnstem Co. piano,
Jdra. 1- J. Stuart, M. * 11. piano.
Mr*. W. A. Me Cray, Checkering
£ Son* piano.
r, U Olllette. Klmhall piano.
8. W. Hayford. Johnston Co. ptano.
A 11. Ilurk. Kimball piano.
Oeo t. Smith. Johnston Co. plsno.
11. It. Ilalley, Johnston Co. piano.
Mrs. M. Cordon, Johnston Co. piano.
Mrs. J. Cannon. Johnston Co. piano.
Oscar p. oilrer. Chlekerlng piano.
ft, 11. Ullrich. Pease piano.
C It. White, ||. M. Cablet piano.
3. P. Cleason. Chlekerlng piano.
It f~ MrlHmald. Klmhall piano,
jl. W. Plrkard. Kimball piano.
Mrs. Alice A. Kane, Johnston Co.
fdano.
J. 1. Clngles, Chlekerlng plsno
Market Street Daptlsl Church. Cen
tennial organ.
Charles VT. Pennls. Kimball organ.
C. n ;:»parkrr. Chl'kertng pl-
ana
J_ H. MrOonnell. If M. Cable piano.
A. P. Mitten. Chlekerlng piano.
R Nortnll*. Chtrkerlng piano.
T. F. O'Leary, Wick organ.
Ilarrr W. Kent. Kimball piano.
George P. Phelan. Chlekerlng piano.
B. Bje-rnsfm. Klmhall -ergaa,
I). Taiiuano, Autolectra.
,\T. J. King. Pease piano.
Mabl* Blllapa. Johnston Co piano.
f. I. .Christenaen. Kimball pinna
1 . A. lUtellff. Fstey organ.
Mis* Victoria Brass. Kimball organ.
P. W. Primrose, Doll piano.
D. W. Radford. M. a N. piano.
Ales Brown, Kimball piano.
C.ec.rge Rvnelers. Johnston piano.
F. U Persons. 11. M Cable plana
Peter J Johnson. 11. M. Cable pi
ano.
Mr* C. P. Moor. Kimball piano.
rfhoniaa J Crtffltb. Pease piano.
Henry Assmsaen, Chlekerlng piano .
Em!! C Anderson, Kimball piano.
Mathlaa O. Johnson. Peaae piano.
Mrs. C A. Hall. Katar organ.
(Therein tk Ryan. Wellington plana
Sister* of Charity. C. W. organ.
' I'baritv C * ■.
J'eter J Pardon . Kingsbury piano.
if. K. Holden. 11. M. Cable piano.
Henry Hedge. D. S. Johnston piano.
Mrs. Chiia Mattson. Camp 4 Co. :
organ.
Mrs. Htiby on. Simplex piano
player.
c. P. Taylor, Chlekerlng piano.
Mrs. A. nwki Kimball piano.
A. P. Mayes, H. M. Cable piano.
.v Q. Ilo*s, Kimball piano.
I*. 8 Leonard, D. B. Johnston piano.
II N. Hopper. Peas* piano.
•Carles Myers, H. M. Cable piano.
W. H. Powen, D. 8. Johnston piano,
11. A. Korter. D. B. Johnston plsno.
tire Mllle McDonald. Chkkering
pi;, •
C. F F.rirkson. Kimball piano.
JD. F. nrkkson, Simplex piano play
er
11. T. D*>n_niu. D. fl. Johnston piano. |
Mia* Acnes H. Norby, Chkkering |
piano.
Mrs. J. It. Plneo, D. S. Johnston pi
ano.
Mr*. Plancha Belmont, D. S. John-1
ston piano.
Mr*. (I. NordaU, Kimhall organ.
,Tora I_ Douglas, 11. M. Cable piano.
Mrs. J. 11. McWblnney, 11. M. Cable,
piano.
Walter Prlre. Cornish organ.
1. i. i •• :•. ..r.. Kimball piano. I
Mr*. C. ;•■::, Kimball piano.
Mike Jalxon, D. 3. Johnston piano. 1
Z. Taieell, Pease piano.
It. D. Itbortiea, D. 3. Juhnxten piano.
W, H. Tomlln, Kimball plsno.
fi. Jurek, D. S. Johnston piano.
B. Jurek, Simplex piano player.
Mrs Martha Chausar, Putnam or
gan.
Mr. Mary R. Prlng!", H. M. Csble
piano.
•William ta Bender, H. M, Cable pi- [
a no.
A. B, Campbell. Ksfey organ.
M Christian. Wesley piano.
It W. MrMlllan, Kimball platen.
V. Ol*en. Klmhall piano.
M. MeArthnr, Ringer piano.
W. i:. Cox, D. H. Johnston plnno.
A. Li Ilamer. Kimball piano.
Thomas .7. Thomas, Kimball piano, i
tcao_arrl .lon**, Klmbnll organ. I
P. J. Wells, Wellington piano.
Mr*. M. E. McKceoe. Kimball or- I
K.i n
Kthel Frenrh, Hamilton piano.
I'ltcu H.ililnsiiii, kimi. ill oigan.
Mia Alex M. It ... Johusttui Cti. pi
ano,
Ida A, lMtlt. Johnslon Co pliino.
Mr* m. Smith, Kimball organ.
Alfred Nuriuau, Kimball organ.
Jiime* 11, Stevens, S«>ar» Roe>lmik
organ.
N. H H.-ti ktiinii. Hamilton piano.
Mr*. N. IC. Kngle, Smith * llannW
piano.
ivter J. Dardon, Smith Atneriran
organ.
Robert I'ftttnn. Kstey organ
8, C Chrlsloplierson, Uurdett piano
Julius Silt her, Johnston Co, piano,
Arthur Cole-iiian, Smith - UarnM
plana
.1 11. Nas.'ireiniis, I'm. "ISil
James Murphy. Jiihuston pl.ino.
D. S. Johnston Co.
Se-attlas l-emllng Piano HelllS*.
eW.i Bacoad Aveuue, Dttrka iiuiidiug.
Btoraa alao «t Tit.utii.i, Evaratt
nnd North Yakima.
The Indies of Abraham I.ltl. i.lti
circle .iti.l Ihe 11. A. It |c..c«, of llreeti
l-ike. «||| hold a Joint Installation
it 111- hall, on Tviesibiy eve-teltig,
January S. All old aeeldlet* and
their f.euilll..* are Invite.!,
HALT uki t'tiih. Jan. t—
Colled State* M.irshiel lleywood ie.
turned t...l i. frnm Washington and
cunuue-ii.e I at one-* serving sub
poenas Issued by th* defole** lv Ih*
IS moot Investigation.
New York Dental Parlors
Ten > cats' gusrante*.
11.1.1 - I I 0 a. m. to ( |. 1..
ftund.iv*. »'3O ». m. to 15 m.
614 FIRST AYE.. SEATTLE.
Sound floor llmstil Hull lUig.
opp ' ■ I'.ni Mutual I ire
Hull.ling.
LITTLE BAND BOX
MARKET
Pioneer Hub her* of Seattle.
The Very e-hnlceet of Meat*. Paul.
try *nd Klah.
Family Trad* * Special!
100 First Avenue.
Union
Barkery
A Ca-fe
1413 SECOND AYE.
IF YOU WANT
The Best
Bread
Try a Loaf of Our
Home-Made
_______ J __________________________,
ALBERT HANSEN
jtwtinr, wat cur a
our lltAO*
706 tmt Avnnutt
B l „ ||B _ M Hll lt „
RELIABLE TRANSFER CO.
Baggage, Furniture, Storage
■riffle c and storage room. !:!'. lust
seen I'ostofftce building.
Phones— tt unset *9-. Independent.
«;«.
EXPERT DENTISTRY
We Guarantee NO PAIN WILL BE FELT
IX ANY OPERATION PERFORMED BY US, AS WE EMPLOY NONE UUT GRADUATE SPECIALIST DEN
TISTS. «
Neglect of the teeth at this season of the- year is Mir. to cause id.l pain ami suffering. Why not have its put
them in perfect condition NOW? If you need artificial teeth, we will make you a set that will lit right, look right and
make eating a pleasure to you.
fSSSms. WHALEBONE PLATES d*E ftft
(^^Mlj^^mZm^ Wjth BeSt TCeth« lOr HPV-UU
We are making a specialty of (.old Crown and I.ridge Work, Spaces where from one to ten teeth have been lost
we replace to look so natural that detection is impossible; while the work is so durable it is practically everlasting.
Honest Work Low Prices ——Absolute Painlessness
arc factors used in making this the largest and most reliable dental establishment in the United States.
Written guarantee for fifteen years with .ill work.
Hours—B a. m. to 8 p. m. Sundays, 9 to 3. ...
Ohio Painless Dentists WW I 2 - IS\ U
sBHO ff^^PyiJflKSSS liJlSB_:&DS)&& Cornor
BUbV ■ w» «H B ■ 7 %s*• W yAw ▼a^ ■■« a. a Oireei 3fJ Avo
CMIAPPE WANTED "POT SHOT" AT DEAR! IN CITY PARK
cillCAtio — \viih a double-bar
reled loaded shotgun ready for
business, Hartholotnew Chtsppa
c-rept nil Ills ada and knees Sun
• li> morning towunt the bear pit In
Lincoln park. Utile squirrels
played around him In the true* nnd
ran across the Brass ne«r Itlm, but
tk,. hunter paid them no attention,
lie WHS ufler big k line
A park potll email anted Ibe hun
ter and crept up be hi lid htm. There
wns a short struggle, and n moment
later Chlappe'a gun WB* Ink. from
Mm.
At the police tatlon l'lii*|t|Mi wits
... .11. I.- •!. aud lv the rear pcs keit
WORSE THAN
SNOW BOUND
PEOPLE ON WATERFRONT ARC
NOW MUD BOUND AND CAN.
NOT GET IN OR OUT
A* a result of the dirt, which Is
being taken out of the bill where
the regret!* work In the vicinity of
Second avenue and I'lkee street I*
going on. bring d urn peed promiscu
ously over Itatlroad avenue, mud
pllota. stills. • -ibs and every avail
able contrivance for **«aplng the
pc«tHence are drafted Into use by
the *team*hlp official* and mer
chant* In a desperate attempt to
pass to and from their business
places without being daubed from
head to foot In regular everyday.
good old sloppy "corn field" mud
Itetween the hours of 7 and 10
o'clock Uil* mornlg and after the
day's work I* done, the unhsppy
drnliens of what was at one time
known as the "wsterfront." but
what Is now appropriately termed
the "mudflats." msy lie *een g'dng
to and from their plsce of business,
recltnlg luxurlsntly amid the soft
green cushions of * highly polished
cab.
The way of the mud pilot with
t his stilus- of followers lles^over the
surreaslve lumber piles, guard rail
ing, bo* car* and other adornment*
which afford a refuge for the mini
eroua artificial lakes and mud
dune*. The only living creatures
on the fare of 'he earth th*' «"in
to enjoy the slop are a couple of
corpulent wine which hsppenee! to
escape from * cattle train, and the
barefooted Indian who doe* not
have his walking gear polished. At
different Intervals d'irtng the dsy
I-.. • ;I* may be seen doll.. the "tight
«
BOULEVARD BANQUET
Westl.ikcr*. b<eul»v»retler«, real es
tate** and all |.er*e«n» tnfere«ted are
re-.in- -t' Ito attend the b*nc|i**t lej
celebrate the opening of the new
thoroughfare. Hotel Waahlngton. at
I o'clock. Wednesday. January *.
Ticket*, tl to. at (julrk drug »tore,
TO! lint avenue, or West lake Im
provement club, 4*« line street. •••
—•
Go ta Spinning* far blrycl* re
pair*. *•«
THE SEATTLE STAR MONDAY. JAN. a, 1005
was found it permit to limit within
the city limits. ii. prisoner
pointed at It and talked vigorously,
ptitii Hinting his remark* will, many
gesiuri'B.
Mcniiwliile Domlnlik Chlnppe had
mlaaad Ilia brother tXarthDl-tnga'c
who find started nt daybreak on a
hunting expedition. ll* found him
at the* alatltin,
lionilnlrk rrplalned that his
brother bud arrived from Italy only
two moulds brforr. II" hud hestd
of the wild* of the west and de
cided lo earn a living until a milt-
I abla opening In Hi.' fruit business
wa* offered, I.i killing buffalo and
bear for the t »t■ t.- and nißlfcet.
rope" art, on the rails of the tlrest
Northern, or walking along tin- top
ruil of the guard fence**.
Did men. who haven't done the
trick sliuc. their boyhood day*,
again try their hand at hanging on,
or (ittliig with their leg* swinging
over Hie tall board of BOOBS truck,
while the »treet uridine sine. out,
"t)u . hut.l to the driver*. In the
hope of Bee I tig Ihe "old guys" bring
forced Into the Juicy slime. 1..1.111-1
CSS only traveel with any kit .1 of
a 1 lilnre when some big longshore
man with a pair of 14 by ICs has
b:ei in mil to proceed them, after
which the dainty feel of the fair
ones can with come degree of clean
liness, and a little Jumping, follow
.11 the footstep* of the freight Jug
gler.
Th* merchants Bay It would not
lee half so bad if the authorities
would only plow a patch one or
more points In order that .they
could cross the avenue without get
ting im.i.. Hi en their Bllkle* *'••
daubed, fitl.-ss something i* done
to relieve the mud-be*ieged »uffer.
era the- men hat declare they w|l(
Issue a all for volunteer mud<
digger -union* the different houses
along the waterfront lv the hope
of overcoming the difficulty.
BUXTON MAY
BE CHARGED
Coroner lleiye has decided to hoi.
an Inquest upon the body of Mr*
iluxton. the wife of 11. It. Iluiton,
who » its arrested laat Saturday on
a suspicion that ha was inset, The
peculiar circumstance* surrounding
her death have been Investigated,
and the coroner believes thst If
Iluxton Is not Insane, be la guilty
of criminal negligence and that his
wife might hsre been sllve today
but lor the stand taken by Iluxton.
At 1 o'clock this afternoon the
Inquest was started and th" result
.' th.- verdict rasy be that of find
ing Union guilty, and la which
esse he will be arrested on a cor
oner * warrant. Neighbors tell
mane dark stories regarding Ilux
ton's treatment of hi* wife and her
death. Tha Hustons lived In a tent
near the corner of Nineteenth av
enue and Roy street.
W. D. It .fins and Mrs lloftu* filed
suit in th* superior court today
*galn*t th* Hudson Hay Kir com
pan. to recover a seals*. deal left
there for repair* It Is alleged that
the I.impar.) converted th* . oat to j
It* own use. - I
THOMSON
PREDICTS
CONSIDERS THE FACT THAT
SEATTLE HAS SAME POPU
LATION AS NEW YORK IN 18-5
AS SUGGESTIVE
:.. :.in.' now has the same popula
tion 11..11 New York had In l»-8 aud
is growing taster, Thla statement
w.ia made by City Kngltm-r Thorn
'sou this ml.l I.ln.- Ml a ni'illl'i' of
properly owner* Intercßted in Hie
regrad* of Fourth avenue. He men
tinned tlm fa. 1 as showing that It
bahusvaa n..- iitum* o| BaattU to
look carefully Into the future In
flaallm with am bo i'ii 1
A conservative mllfliate cif Ihe
population'of the rlly at the prces-
Mil lime |« lr.n.inXi Several peer
sou* who havee |.-,i..-l larrfully Into
Hi- mallei predict thai win 11 th*
in m directory cornea out it will
•line « population of 110,000. *•■
New Yurie made a gain Of 1,150,000
In Kd years, Seattle at tha same rat*
of progree* would arid tXXJLOU to her
1•- -1 • lie' ion 111 a fourth of lies' lime,
or twenty ». 11*.
As It la believed that Seattle will
.ill'lnn.- to grow a* rapidly a* New
York. until It reach** almost the
en.- nf thai 'He It I* the opinion
ot the city engineer and other city
officials Hi*' in planning for res
grade* and similar Improvements
it I* * also Lee,ll. > to ll*.. . 011
. 11 .im .11 . growth during the Mai
tun ur twenty years
MAKES INTERESTING
READING
One of the finest slid most com
pf !o ii ..ei. map* of Nbw York Cll)
ha* l»eeu recently published by IS*
New Y'nrk Central railroad. 1'
■ how* every street, pats and place
of Importance, logwtber with an In
*_r>|r-tlvn view ot the great water
front of tt... tnelropolla of America
Accompanying it iii brief descrip
tion of the city an.l some of the
le.Jß.lllt ■:! n;il'tn:i lii» to ll Been fjeeGl
ton, company* cars.
A very Interesting description of
the beautiful Hudson river is given.
In which ell the points of Interest
are mentlnneel In detail. The places
made famous In the Revolutionary
war ar* described and ptrtured so
that iseelera will know just when
i' lih for them on a trip from
New York up thi! riter.
ilerbo
Th* Ismou* corn rure. The only
absolute cure knowu. A trial
will convince you of It* merit.
y_r^£*:^v\.
A'rifatiocnt'M'Cai.CO A
Price \fMMfO]\
At all He leading druggist*.
start the new year
66in the Standard
way"
/liOU**
easy ( Credit \
to buy-" 1 1 \
•aaaiw 'I, I JifS I
_rfe_rA4__«# 1 I**** 1
*»*▼ I _r _a /
to pay \ wood J j
— thin llOfO /a "f/ur / \l\>-' • V XV ■^^BlK^^S
Aomo 0/ urotllt" In [\^fl^i\ \ W W^J^Z^t^m!^
_„.,,,/_. ff»" „,./„,„„, I\^2Zaw « 'll <'W m <=^ **___, \iWP^
"orudit aforo" oi*fh» fH^/j \Vm\ *^1 v'*^
Nurthwomt, tho tarn- A^'Sil immiiw^o^l^U^SA.
nut furnlturouturu in /'iVr*>V_! „r_rv \W fc 7# IK___ixV___i\
'_es _bb
"% __r
seasonable
greetings —
words of good cheer from tho
Standard stores
to our hundreds of friends—
—the year's end la here. This has been a splendidly succt-esfu 1 year tor us.
—surely this Is the real, the seasonable lime to express our thanks and show our appre
ciation to those who have mail- It so, to thou* who have given u» success—the people of
Seattle, Tacoma, Ite-llinshßra and the State of Washington who have helped In
the building of this great "home furnishing organitatlon'' of our*.
—for the New Year we promise you the same uniform courtesy, satisfactory treatment
and popuUr. fair STANDARD pricing which has characterised this store. We are In a
better position than ever to serve the people of the Neiithwe-st, as our "three-store-bur.
Ing-powor" Is a great factor In the Kastcra mal.it* buying is greater than any
other Western store, our pricing fairer. Our constant effort I* to make our three
store* brighter, greater and more progressive In every feature of their store work —a
combination of |.rogreasalye mere hsndiaing and with the abaotute satisfaction of every
person trading with us, la order to bring the STANDARD store* as near perfect store- ]
keeping as 'tis possible.
—to our host of friends everywhere—to the people uf Seattle. Taeoraa. Belllngbam—our
beat, moat cordial good wishes), our thanks!
.
Standard Furniture Company
1006 to 1016 First Avenue
l. SCHOINIUD A SONS SEATTLE DILLINGHAM JACOMA
Unfortunate Men, Look!
Are yen. one who ha* mad* a wrona stare In life" I* >•■ :r weak
ened system i jinn out for help' You are nervoue and despondent,
all th» organ* In th. body are deranged, you '- growing weaker, your
str-neth I* fust leaving you. and it will be lost to yon forever. If you
don't 1.. *om*thl-i* for your**lf. My long experience ir-iks* rr.* thor
oughly familiar with the r«u**« of y.mr trouble*. My tteatment.
km.i.t. only to in*. will remove all 111 effect* of your ...a* You can
*cc a great Improvement from th* first treatment.
MY CURE FOR DISEASE* «_-> fV—*>
aaa v ___r_i _% Tt__i
It* painless snd Mrmsn.nl, snd I IJ, ._._fix».Bai ~ # c
no lnconv»nlenc* from duly. I I J is. M \
an peaml** lasting fre*elom to aw __ jAW \\ '
•very sufferer from Dls*»»*» of all iff \j| IWB __r"~^aJ_.
BLOOD POISON. pmL-^i *--*#» Twft
/»_*' _ -Wv»-V»a*-r^_M--We
It it,ay b* It* primary stsc». /U J l_^r___-*-PfVl_fa-r^*i
hereditary or eontrnct»d. I cur* " jfefceJ^SJPx ___n_E-<H__iP*Se\
It* complication*, forever eradl- mAmSSmmm Isß-Sj-BBc-siw A
• .it Inn every v*atl(e from th* »)•- .- .-..-. __ -.». a .—. —». ___■ I
tern sn I rura to star .ui*el with pny-aycree_gs»« ,m» jw
cm th* ii** of l*ot***lum or M*r- "—*
cury.
We will civ* you mi X-rey anamination and *n hon* *, sclentlflo
opinion of >."ir .-,.«» i HIV. of chare*, with m absulut* ''.I'AllANTl'.i:
to cure, ynti In tha shortest jwaaibl* tints without leaving an Injurious
■ fter efr». t In the system.
One ..sts.mal visit I* preferred, but If yon cannot call, writ* us,
ORIENTAL DOCTORS
201 Second Avenue South, Corner Washington Street
PUGEI SOUND BRIDGE AND DREDGING COMPANY. Inc.
ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS.
Bridges, Structural Iron Work, Tier* and Foundation*,
Dredging by Att Methods. SEATTLE, WASH.
Modern Dental Parlors
SECOND AYE. AND PIKE ST.
Ov.r People* Bank.
"ere™ fl_s_a*_
__TigQ(ggpj
!!y our system of pteirile-s ilia*
Uy w e .... able t.i crown, fill rud
■mi a. teeth abaolutalv without
renin. V\e us* nothing but the beat
of materials.
Examination Free.
lull set of Teeth that fit .. SS.Ofl
Cold Crown $5.00
Odd Kllllne-* $1.00
Silver rillltica SO*
All work guaranteed for 10 year*.
Hours—B:So to C; Huntley, S:JO to 2.
BLOOD POISON
roa NMfTtiN vi**«
! *Mh*remse- ■■■■i-..e.n»*B*BtaM»
ran, I.e.sSsry Or T.rllsr, SIM* *****
r.rmsnetiily I'ured. Teen can lie tr.ate.l St
biers titiilet s*tu* »asrsnt-. CanetalJNaM
VVa -oil. 11 ties most ormtltisteca.es. Wee User*
rni-ellh«ever.lceueeslolJtoMelsrS. If T<"l
hsvs tsfcen ra.re-tT, loelllU l«et*»h SSd MU
ha-e s<-lir« otid pains. W"|'»." ! __*_L_l
Month. S.u-sThroat. rtnrlesA "rr-r-O'lo-Nl
fpntO le.neeees.ijr |)» r tef t_.ho.ty. Iteecrer
K.yel.rows fsllire oul writ* lor p roots *J
carss. Hi 1 r»i;* Bee* I r**e
COOK REMEDY CO.
IH! XI ..< tiai'_, _*«**, EL'

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