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THEOSOPHY IS
BSE FOR A
MOKE USE
jkilroad President Makes
MfsJoSitional Charges in
»S»tf Brought by His
fjfe in Georgia.
,n. \l>tf4 lt*>«.»
jfJfUsTA. °* • B»P'- »5.~Th»0.
■j^aj U blam^l by MaJ J. P. Han
liitfjfwrtdeAt of tho Ontral of
fsi«*jtt'r»itread, for tb« marital
„ "tlch ltd li'« *''<" to bring
f ujj rw»ntty ftw divorc*. Mn
.fatmm rtar»r«t cruelty. ui>*l«>ct
04 (*) m<:> h attfii'loi: n MM part
hi t»# mOtm to Mr* Ja«h Ilor
ajr, *>* V!; ■»■""'• Mi-Vlckvr. a
' »<4«tify' jo«u»i *wb-ty woman of
nT« York Ma) Jlaunon filed hla
' Mi« tod«> In ')>.. superior court
!«f jVUi>n wutiit. li contain* SI
imttt of pric matter and df>nl#*
9Sfl( M» wlf*'« «h»T|t»« la it ho
sw»
, -\Wo «T*ry effort to forro de-
I)a4ant to t"'«r '!• burden* of
''iMvwqihy hr poitlat ''I 1 money for
(W l'alr«rtal Urotti«nh««nl «. h^uiK
M f*i!«-J. Ih. plaintiff. »lth on«
tArt mrmher of brr • family. rt»
»WtM w attack him In auca • way
3*l public defence wouM b* tot'
|BMA(t auJ 4««truT him."
!»»••»•• •••••••»•*
t •
I* HITCHCOCK STARTS FOR #
t'i. SEATTLE TONIGHT. *
I (By United Pr«t«.) ♦
if |CHICAGO. B*pt. IS—in»t- *
#■*.«•■- Ctnoral Frank tlltrb- *
i|«Bck arrived bent today to at- •
»i f»OS' - for * Dum.roiM confer- •
t et«« I tor rreiWPttt Taft to- •
* ■arrow.*, Th+ r»««ii«*»i«*f |»». •
t»r»; bare* for S««tU« *t mt<l *
t Bij»t (oolgbt. *
immwmmmmm ■ *
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[file Seattle Carpet Warehouse
I £+.::■. V. . 804 PIKE ST.
I Stock Of f ered for Sale
I at Big Reductions
I Hyott nwl Rtiif, Curtain* or Carpet v now is your time.
■ iO***?*!* snial!, but expenses low—that is where we can
1 tttfi jva'mSaiy.""
ilk Seattle Carpet Warehouse
804 PIKE ST.
Stock Offered for Sale
at Big Reductions
Mr time
:!ut i- where we can
.. || .
TfttUcfk
1 smiU to ro-mi size*, in tapestry. Smyrna, Axminstcr
■ BwHt&W an.i Wilton.
I ' p^Vrcw specials
llfS^lrtSsels;' 50c Lace Cur- 40c Window
I{S*-*!?"9 tainSl 2»t Ea. Shades. 'J.-<*
I "'Ws!^ I*1 '* "Manufacturers* Each
IfclM^ v».« Sample Curtains, " ....
■ Kxtra V, .wvl li 4 var.U °P»1«e Win.lo*
I ■" 7 Ta P*stry lon|C; can be Shades, mounted
i«Bel«, Oricn- matched in pair*, oa spring roller*.
iWaail florartle- [In'^Arabtan and '36 inches by 7
\fpa; gooddjn- white. Actual feet long; stand
[Bf^room or Irv values, $1.50 t<» ard color; . ilar
■rf>.»in m&. " I $2.50 pair. 40c.
L William Harrison
804 PIKE ST.
■ ■ ■-.;. '.■■■ " ■ . ..■■■'■-■■ .."■■-.■■ :
WATCH
|X THE
House of Douglas
""""' •■■■^warn ~m mm.. _Z -^.--
,__.. ' 'L
823 '
THIRD AY.
aY aa^i'' a^_^^^^^^^^^ /
Navy Yard Route
l«<* ■ ."' f I I II II K.nr.d.. 1..,-.
K& a *k ' *•••«■•' •■«*!• «*Mt. lal.Uk I.h
Imn K. Tlrna Tabl» IMIxl W rliaivii Wllk
- "—— ——-— '' u?~lJ°_1 _!•• • Mala nil. i»»» ' '
EVERETT AND EDMONDS
MK«I.« IRHVKD
— r f^S?^*;^*^\^jfo -p;i fun<iO(iip« '«l'» i.»«v» •••tilt
_i^^^ BTV- »i ' • m . II m . lilt p m . I 9 m •»•
•*mE&% %/' - ♦* » » m.
Xtjffi^y*jjßjOT»j^gWjr^»^. n, »11 p m,, Ii m nil IIIi m.
'-'ifHzUJi »»0«l« l'»r« <a j«nn!i .ml»b 1100.
■■ ' TnTf* m!?T"I!"Tf Waamvri • ,<r •* ■•«»»tl «n« T»l»
--• "■■", '"11/ Jltiilf ? ■!* ft tr«f>n r n |in*n t«k. fl»mi IgtM
U.I. 1(91 I*4 tll'tO' '
SACRAMENTO PEOPLE
WILL GIVE GRAPES
Hecan»o S(.p»,.inh,. r 30 la Taft
my, th« Kacrnni.-nt,, i«H)|i!b who
iwlll r«l«brat« Sacranuntn Day on ;
itniu ii.-tio ,ir« prpiturlnu tholr pro.
»ram »»ry Uirefully. Th«y do not !
wUn to ti«</. any Nature* of their
c*!obr«tlon Interfere with th« nn
tortalumont of tha .lii,-l pxecutlve.
|llow»v*r. the »r» momenta
thrtuiKhout Ih* <U> «ni Im »>Ub.
oratPly uUUuhI. Tim coWhratlon -
will b«8ln at 10 o'clock In th«
mornlnß. wh«in anv<*raj |irnmlu«mt
i won rtMB Hi.- o«ni(»i alt) of Oal-
Uurnla will m...«k. t.«nrh.«on will
follow aii(l at I o'clock p. m. a
s:r*»il dlatributlun ut Barrampntu
«aurr>nlra will ink.- pUr* It la <•*
tliuatiM that m l«aat 10.000 bxixeaof
lh« fatuoaa Klam» Tokay «in|>»»
will l» (Ifi'ii l*t|, In it lon to
S.iH>u box«a of matcboa mni aovpral
humtrvtl txwtala..
PHYSICIANS ARRESTED
,
\\ liol.■-.«!.• arreata of pbyalclana
who aro aald to Imvi- n.-K).-i(t.a to
notify tbo city hr»!U| dnpartmunt
of typhoid fovor catea that rwcantly
r--jiiilt.nl In an «t>ld«mt< In Dttnta*
and llllt> *IU IM- made at the
ln»tanc« of M"a!tli ('i>niiul»ilont<i
Crtchtoo.
111. fir.t «t»p luoklim to that md
w»» takrn yvaterday.; *k«u J. I.
MarlHmrK an>t V X l.mit.T, |ihv«l
ciana ItHnit <In tHinlap, wur* «r
--r«*t«Hl by Quarantln» Offl. ri J. X
Mit;«.>, fur \lolatlnn thi> healtU or
dittanc» by falllnic to nwkn prompt
r«porta of contaitioua caaea.
JAPB orr FOr"»T. PAUL.
'H< liM PMMhI
" nUTTE. Mont.. Sept. 15.—-The
JapanfHf trad» envoy*, hit hj»««>
b»<*n th« fim»t» of tb# butlnooa
ns«>n of thla city for *cv«r«l daya.
| !*ft thl* raornlng for St. raat l^i»! !
nisht the fori*lK»u"-ri» w<*r» tfiut«tml
a banquet at tho fanhtooablo Hllvrr I
Bow club, by th« m^rchanta' a*.
aociattona of Uotte.
BANKERS ELECT TODAY.
i,, _. .'*■' •<• f»"<«4 fr»«k> .
CHICA(IO. B«pt. ii Tb* Am«rt
j can tUnk«>n* uumlattnn will thl<
aft«ntooa elect its officer* for tho
cocqlck y««r.
WOMAN DIE
WANTS TO SEE
HUSBAND AGAIN
In the Grip of the White
Plague, She Writes From
Massachusetts Home to
Seattle Police Chief.
111 the dwtdty itrlp of tb« whit*
[.limui.. Mm W.n.UII Z. Siuilm.iii.
Of \l»«»«, li!i«.-!U, ti'urnn to look
Into th» tn.i. of li.t mUalng till*
band once again brforn «h« ■uo> I
cutuba a victim of ttibtirculoala.
In a letter to I'oll.-.- Clil.-f Irving
Ward, Mr«^ Banborn poura <»ii h»r
li»art Th» l«tt«r followa:
"I am trying to find my huaband.
It would a««m* a k.hUpiul to find
him b»for« i die. I am alck with
tubtrculoala and the doctor aaya I
cant ltv« lon« under thla awful
»uapena«>, but I do hop* and |ir»v
that I may »•••> him a«an bofore I
>!'«■ I lmv« looked (or him until
my «trt>nKtli haa «n«n out. Now 1
don't know what to ,|i> I trust you
will help mo."
lii her Utt»r Mr». Sanborn aaya
•-In- <lilnk* her huaband cama \\>»t
looklns for work. Sanborn left
Wakotlnld, M«n, NorambOT 't,
IMS. Ho la a woodworker by
trad*.
FAUST IS PRESENTED
Uoihm)'* nmtitral o|xra on
»Ji*-Ui«»'« Immortal utory of Fautt
wan rath.-r pool prf*«-n!--tl by
ih« International Grand Opt-rm com
pany at tb« Moor« I ant ntshi \Vli!l»
i ih» atntera tboin»plvv« mn , In
good vote*, both principal! ami
rhortin «Tldenc«d a h«**llanr)' r»t]»
<tl by in nnfatnilUrltjr wtth tb«
muntc or lack of prop«r rflx-arniriK
Tb» tnunl' dlrwtor trt'-it bard,
but In iM>m<- *«r tbo orch««tra
faUtKl to k»i Into 'hr iiwltia of th«
opera, and ai|«l- I to ihl» tv tb«
fait that th<> man worklnc tho
•pot iisbt** «i.t on *>ht>oii"'«
n«»nr«* with bla fltckerinc ll«ht«,
*hlih h<- didn't know bow to han
die. In addition th« ipanlty of th«
•udl«nc« *v not it>ndn< to en»
tbu*la*tl< offort on th« part of tb»
»rtl*U, * , . i
' LJ IJW. 1 LI- -U l_ -
K*^* *++:~i+^+ «ir ■ i r-r '■> **»+ 1■ »m ir ■-, iri »1 1 l*a»^ '
j ON THE FRONTj
tt.i.l, l':i"V'!H'ffTt!'. *.' 'f 'I! ." I' jJ|"|'H' Iff
TtK> *t«am«r t*otta(<i Cltr Mlll»4
for Ui<* North .ir.d Sitaewajr I«jiI
ii!«lii with • rt>« |i««««ngera. Tti«
•te&mrr Qu<-«a af ibn «*m« com
panjr «M un» of ib« d«[>ariur«>< for
th* MHttb, lartu.llDß Ban t'tmn
ClilCO.
Wh#.f, tfaa W»n«!iH luitl^d for
Norn« «h« »»* rnivdn) to lk«
h»trtt-« *l»h rr.-tjthr, kitbOOKU b«r
p»»wn|<-i lUt wu not *a BWVf.I
Bh<« m««J«- ■ bl| ttol« to tn« «*t*r
Mi «h« pttllvd a«M.
Th» or.lr arrival r»«l»>rit«)r wan !
th« iintnir Dnlphtn from Bkagvajr.
Bbc broutht down a few pattenxera '
«n«l aoaie ir«>Uht.
rfpflF"Pffl"p^J Standard l^r^rrPfflnn^r^! October |7T^^ l^l|l^^J
tVn iiJiUjlflt*| Patternt LauLXMllialaHa«*^!ji Designer f V LVCtfl'? "^M
m
Our Great Annual Sale of
' ' ' ■ ' ■''■^■^wiiWiiTi^^in :
Blankets Comforters
Begins Tomorrow Morning
To the housekeeper this sale meant two things-*—dependable merchandise and big money-saving.
Large confident orders, placed long before manufacturers were busy With their regular work, made
the splendid.values possible that we will offer tomorrow.
S; There is extensive variety of tine. new, ioft, [email protected]|lankcts and Comforters, in every style and
size, and with all details of quality and best workinan^ipjvouched for. The following price quotations
ar> remarkably low: ;:->
SPECIAL <|>!.irtir Si/r Cotton Rlankcts, in /BP«CIAL Splendid AII-Wool Blankets, in plaids
d^EZlf* i"i or ray» wtll attractive bordered cf- 7 (\ " ii: KraX- These arc in elcvcn-quar-
VfJ^- >• fects in contrasting colors. Unusual val- sj/*-^ •I U tcr size and are usually priced at $5.00.
pair tics at 65c pair.' , Pair Choow tomorrow at $3fu pair.
BPEC/AU Size Cotton Illankcts, 5 l. CIAL Excellent All* Wool Blankets, hi pretty
fl. 1 *^CT in white or «ray, with effective bordci l^yß I l' a "' designs and colorings. All arc
•4)l««--^«w^ «lcsißiis. Priced lirlmv tlicir regtilai \^J~jr •J" cleveii-quarter size. They arc the usual
• PAIR worth at $1.35 pair. !. ii>^ IR $6.00 sort. Extreme values at $4.50 pair.
SPEciAL • Kxtra Heavy Tbirtccn-quartcr Size %pkcial Ricli quality, heavy All-Wool Gray
<T| Q^<^ Oray Cotton Ulankctl, with attractive o**l7 OO Blanketa, with, beautiful borders in con
-4J ItC/O colored borders. Note, the large lize and "^P • •vv treating colors. Klevcn or twclve-quar
•PAIR the low price—sl.°B jwiir. pair ' ter sizes. Regular $9 values, at*s7 paii
Comforters—Stitched and lilknline coy- Cfc^^af^ 1 Comforters— 70x81, heavy weight, d* fl Wfp^
rrtdi of good weight and priced; untrsual w/V/L stitched and covered with splendid qual- m >*-9
1/ low in this sale, at „,.... EACH ity silkoline. Very special at EACH
Comforters — Size 66x76, of Jiac white col (l*i *^ fiT Comforters— Kxtra size, 90 inches long, fll'*^ E\f\
•ton. Tomorrow's special price |- nukes 4/i««^_^»_J of laminated cotton down and fin* silko- 4J(*w»Jv/
them excellent values at ....'..!...';'".'!■'.'.. EACH line covered |3.25 and $3.50 values al 7??!%:i EACH
Honeycomb Bediprradi — Hi/, 6DxBO R|»'' »'g>MMMßgrry?'J'f.l JftJtr-^*tH Fnngrd Ocdspre.ids — Mursilllcs, with cut
daily prlcod fm tliln h;<lh lit. 7^lo 'M fi^T f [ XT^^l^^Tr«Jl corners; |2.25 value, at. P■! Q|"l
...« fju I 1. 11W 131 XTT vi«3u
JtlU'*raff|nt #■■ a o
Beamed Bheet»—Hl/.n 7::<:t<i, nil i. ■■!. 0C« Ba^laaaaaTiifr '' I I IMIII llHiii all Seamed Sheeti— Hlzc Klx9o; ° veil.•tit. CA
tot use. BpoolsJ at, •■.nil OUU ' aia?j^^^^^BßfciaKfailllaa»a^a^^"^lßaßl heavy qimtliy. Special, each w*tC
THK STAR—WKDNKSDAY. BBPTKMKKR 13, 1909.
/m\ \s■ down -$l o Wfeeh 7pJ
—your old stove, range or heater taken as
part payment on the purchase of a new one.
180 l t EMPUKSa MAKK MiAIIANTKEO IIKATKRB: In afl
toi.l *lth the known |xi!lr\ of tkia ttor* In «<Tiirtnn mi<l snlllnft
iihti handls« of dnpnndable >|>iml|i w«< announce thui imitiiKH
tnmiU h«v.- boitn iiik.lm for ill. ». llii, X of Hi., KMI'UKSS MAI
OV OUAEANI iika i KHS t!i» dUtliigimhln« umrk r..i "th«
v«ry brut" Iti .ill jtlylxii of li>-»i!nK ttovn*.
nflei it 'hniiiiiith lii».'«'lki«iliiii of ihi- inilr« hiHt.-r altunllnn,
liilld^l bjr our v^nr« mid \>-»r* i>f «x|xrlft!( | In the liuvin« nn.| M|
Inn of tirullnn «luvt>«, wr tiitvis iiwlil.-il t» |ili4o» our entire imr
X) In 111.- •«!.• of EMI'RKSS M VKi: OUAHANTKKD HK.VIT.ItH.
—w«> <»n WHI you that our nhowlngof I:mI'HKSH MAKK '.I Alt
ANTKKI) IIKATRIIR Is ih- l»it word In the hsatar world;" that
qualltlea that mad* for '•af.-ty In u««," ■■. oiiomy in conaump-
Uon of fuel and lung lanttnK. f rtnml innkliiK «ervlc«" Is y»iir«
»lin, >.>.! l.ii) »n KMFHI - M vki Ml \ n:it.
— TC protnUe that the prlclnn »ii .in KMI'HKHH MAKK JIKATICR
Is fair—U Inn .itinn on any similar utili- of th« many so-callod
•li>-.iilii(t stoves," \V« l>) all meaiia encourace cotnpartsons.
NOT ONLY IB THE IMPRESS MAKE OF GUARANTEED HEAT
ERS OUARANTttD IN DETAILS Of CONSTRUCTION
OUT ON TMK FAIRNESS OFTHE PRICES AS WELU
—just telitphona us and wu'U bare • representative call and rim
you full KMI'HKHM hMln or taii«» Information. Mat, Xi-
hang* Mnln 7M4—lnd. (DC. .
—the vi'!u:ss i« a hlcbirade sewlnc marblne moderately
priced; It la fully Kuaranterd fur 10 years. Thla splendid «tli(
inacblne a«mir.'« absolute satisfaction—the KMI'RKS.H l>< ricln
and KTA right In constant nse. We'll |ila<« ua« lv your butue
immedlat«ty oit a aniall (>a>tii«fi! eaeb we«k or month.
4t^?P^ Standard /^jf^J
flgpiljj'urmture C&SflB)
stATTH VI TACOMA^S^P^ j
fcl
Watch The Star Want Ad Column* for Bargain* of
All Descriptions.
(I M> till II vr« a
•r»u i»i<Tr.
(Vimc Paul
niC't,l'«lVH Mil innn
im Ikli4 »•». np,».lrr \»»<
•*ofr»r*. l>4 - riiaa* I I»»J
Money Saved
mm t»n KM* «IIORa
K««TKH* •VSTKII
Taka El»vater ta Th^ Flo»r.
K. * <• llw •i»t», »M rri.l>'i
H«»k lil.U . rmr, *»^o»<« a>4 rik#.
PIANO C
mv nr.NT.
M-kla* * I !•••• m ■
i»ii »»«-««<i »t
T.I. M«l» IOIJ.
i««- im
J- , _' . . .. ■ . - ■ . .
Tha ft*v«n pr««eript'on ««rvlct
«n*»n» thai «h« «<x(*r'* (kill In pr»
acHMng la moil afflelantly «uppl»
m«r.t«d by tha drugglat'a skill In
compounding. HAVEN DRUQ CO,
Kit licoM A».
° We Mean to Sell Every.
Piano at Once
We Want to Remodel
We have! purchased th< lease and slock of pianos fr->m
John C. Walliiiff Co. Ever) |>iano now at a price I«m tlua
wholesale, no freijfhl added. —r-
Now for the One Big Cut
Wt tnade tt, and not a piano can be bad if you fail'
liuy at once.
Look—Read—Act Quick
Chickcring '327 Stcinway .. »286
Knabe ....-298 Ihinkof it I Ivcrs & Pond . lß7
These arr only a few of the many bargain* that can be
had il you buy now.
layer Pianos; Also Many Grands
Old Reliable Makes
!Al less than half their real value. *
TERMS:
'1.00 to '2.00 Per Week
You can pay all or more at any time. This is unqucslioa.
ably the greatest piano sale on record.
WHY?
Because we purchased these pianos for less than reliab!*
piano* were ever sold for, and now we offer them at unheard
of prices because we want to remodel and get our store readj
for our big n^ular stock of high-grade pianos sold by oUr
:cs everywl:■
365 Free Trial. Store Open Evening*. }
Successor to John C. Walling Co. ■ \
419-421 Union St.
I/i blocks from Postoffice; only yi block from new WhiU'
Building.
■> AMUSEMENTS.
I Moore Theatre JOl^. t.^ T-
Till: IMi:iI\tTIOMI, Ul'l II
• IKI' tM
iTonlitht—(l»oubl» nil!)—"nuntl
■ r«n«" and "I* I'avllarrl." Tomor
i r..w Mil \m TnnUU." Tv- '
; marrow •vanlnic. "I! Tro»«tor»." .
I ■v- ■• , 75c tn || $0 Mau..6oeto }1
I »iiniln< i:«* n »r«l *>alr Taawmin
Wa(e*nh«l« tk Krmiwr pr*a>
-i-Aiii l\ Xl I.I."
By K<iK»n« \v«l!»ti
'. K»«.. 6<k» to 11..0. M«t»., lie toll '
THE GRAND TSL2S*
T< nliclil. Main Today and »at,.
11. II Fraa*« (Inc.) l'i.-i»nl<
•Till <;iltl, t|l l:«n»>"
A brilliant, brlcht mualral
comedr.
Huntlav Mat, S.-nt Hal* Toraor
row. "SO illlr« From lli.moa - -
ALHAMBRA THEATRE
nuaiptl A Pr»w Manarvrs.
Main r.iu, Iti.l. I*%.
Mai Today .nil Sat " !
I <>!«!> M.
In
•Mll». HUrhlrf."
NlKhta. SOc to ll.to. Miti. BOc t..sl l
Seattle Theatre
ItuxKfll A Drew, Mai^Kora.
llotii I'honra 41.
, ConttniiH.t Immm i,( Srw Co. !
(nirrctlon n. r I i^nrh)
•THIS PAOTOHY aiRU"
Nl«cht«, 15c to SOc. Thura. and
, Rat Malliic^n, I". and 85e.
r— ————————————————————IIIIIIZ
LOIS THEATRE I
I'h.ii.i-n Biimrt, Main 1.,..!
Ind 4114.
-\ii I ......11..1 , r<> "
Ill"- l> ■•, Unrrtrr I*, la
i "iiiii PBiteai 11 .11 /r.MM-
Mat*. Today and Sat. •
Ne*t W'cvk.
1 "II" Hr.rl ..I M.r,1.m.1
j PANTAGES THEATRE
••I ni'<|ii«liil Vaudrvlllr.**
; Xf.v Bill Piiiiv at 1:10, 700 '
and » en p. til
; . HIM lit \
, <r<ai..r «f Hi.. \\ alrr M»atrr). I
»nd Imi Oih*r lirrat *ol«.
00 YOU WANT TO CUY, BEUI,
RENT OR EXCHANGE CASH
RECISTERSf
We are Independent deatffre hand.
llnj all klnaa, aa«t and aecood I au<L
Will aava you ll« montr.
•IIIK MMIH \l.l, 10.
«1I Klrat A.*. arattU. Wa.h.
bowKinb, IKirKIK* « nVKII, me.
<Batabllahed IH3)
BRbKERS
• Isrka, Urala . v.l l'Mtl>la».
Bola rii.inra »TO. Prlrate Wlrra.
•M»«-.1t>3-3tMI Ala.ka 1110 a
ALBERT HANSBN, J»vv«l«-.
First and Charry.
Optical Department.
, AMUSEMENTS. ■'-■•.
: Mata. 19c iSc. " "<• NlgrJite. 10c. '
«c, &0c TSc
Aa«aa<-<-.l \ aiidnlllr. Wrrk n(
*ra>f. IS. M«rjr \«r<i», Kd K. i
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