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"DOC" LAWSON
AGAIN IN JAIL
O. V. laiwaon, the "doctor" who
waa |>ut under $3,500 hall on th«>
charge of having attempted to keep
a young department More Klrl prls
omt at hi* home near Richmond
Reach. wai again arrested la*t
night after making threat* against
W. Ik Cothead. who ga*e the girl
shelter when she made her escape
from l.awftou'H houae ear I) Monday
morning t<awson wa* arrested by
Deputy Sheriff* tleorge Campbell
and Bee. Mi l *a> to (tilt
up an addltltwial $2.500 a* peace
Nind, but declared that he would
rather go to Jail, lie accordingly
■pent the night In jail.
e nINM in qfA\l
With Bigger Bargains Than Ever to Clean Up
Odd Lots Left From the September Sales
tt Out Go All Broken Lines of
Men's $10.00 and $12.50 Suits
-At $6.95-
For many lines of New Autumn Suits are already
<leplete<l—and so, for this month-end event, we've
rounded up all the broken lines of $10 and $12.50 suits and
made them $6.95 for Friday, These suits arc all new
Autumn styles, in Cassimeres, Cheviots and fancy Wor
steds -in Rootl patterns—fancy Greys, fancy Browns and
those popular blue Mixtures—only one or two suits of
a kind—but all sizes for men, young men and small men
in the lot— -and a few 12 to 17-ycar youths' suits as well.
Your pick tomorrow for $6.*'5.
$6.00 to $10.00 Sailor Soils al $4.95
No time to stand bach *»K«n boys' W. »7, W and |10 Sailor
Blouse Suits are going at KM. Ma'erlsla are strictly all Wool,
such as-cheviots, blue serges and fancy tweeds. Plain browns,
tan*, grays and blue* Tor boys sto 12 years of age Balcony.
12 t-2c Linrn Collar* al lI.M UaltaHan Shirts al
—5c Ea— —50c Ea— !
The men and boys will have t Men a It 00 Mattasran
! a chance to get a good sup i Shirts. In all altea eieept
i ply of collar* here at Sc each. ! ,5 t 1 ? lo ? l, « ,r J!"* 1 £25"''
... ... ..., ... principally Friday
; . i tea l-S to I*4, worth | # garment Main
: ISVfcc. Main Floor. Floor.
Half Price at The Bon Marche Tomorrow
For All the Broken Lines, Short Lots and Remnants —
Hundreds of Splendid Bargains — Come Early For the
Best Picking — For they'll Not Be Here Long
Remnants of to
10c Domestics
Lengths up to 6 and 7
Yards, 5c Yard
hundred remnant*
of percale*. gingham*. print*,
Itwn» and flann*!*. In length*
to 4 and 7 yard*. at be u yard.
BaMnrat
White Goods Remnants, in Lengths
Up to 5 and 6 Yards, Half Price
Thl* half prfc* *al<* will clean up our atork of WHIIa flood#
Length* up to & and $ yard* In naln*ook*. lonic
cloth*, check* *and «trfp*d la« m and madrn* at half price
25c Wash Goods Remnants, in Good
Useiol Lengths, Priced 12 l-2c Yard
In<*ludod In Ihta l<tt of Wash Oooda Kornnanta ari» affo
■ Ilka, pnpllna. m»ro»rt*»«l voll«a and batlat** In *«od |«-n«thß.
Rrgular 24c quality at 12 He a yard for a duy. Mala floor.
Remnants of Laces and Fancy
Dress Trimmings at Half Price
1,000 Kemnant* of fxc** and Fancy Draac Trimming*. *urh
an ailovera, n*ta, chiffon*, la«r edg«*a, hand* and fancy novelty
trimming*. length* from % to 1 % yard* at half price. Mala
fl*N»r.
Month End Specials in (he Grocery Store
I KIPPERED SALMON AT, A POUNO 14e CEYLON INDIA TEA AT, A POUND 4*o I
MEATY NORWAY MACKEREL, 2 FOR ...15c TAMALES, SIN EACH CAN, AT CAN..! 15c
NO. 2 BRICKS OF WHITE CODFISH 20c j CRESCENT COFFEE AT A POUND 40c
HERRING IN TOMATO SAUCE. A CAN 10c ALASKA HERRING FRIDAY 3 FOR 10c
I SHRIMP SALAD FRIDAY AT. A LB 25c NO 1 SIZE CANS BHRIMPS. A CAN 10c
NO. 1-4 CANS SARDINES, 3 CANB FOR ..10c DOZEN CANS SALMON, $1 05" CAN 9c
j 3 LBS. MAYFLOWER COFFEE. »1; L8....35c MEDIUM SIZE QUEEN OLIVES, QUART^c
No 1 die rnrxn. w»n lf*kln K rkeevlate, Walter link- I California lllp r o||.« medium
with Cove ft. -r> - % 11« .I/.-I fru'. .a Ift
Oy«ler« Can 31 r»kea, at . ... IIC run* SI 10
s " 2 '•••MMrr. K„„ rant .■-—I »tiir.n «>ll»r„, in.- ll.im »|/T
Main- atyt"; not over 12 a rl.-llv pure, high »-r«.l» f.,r Hpanlah. ann-ui .
to each, at, O « I* rlcliiy at, «Q I|Ua rl 2|£
A WW pound I w llakrrr I.innh r«m Miiick «<>r\
f'eHiiut llutler. brand. White Rrrad, hnkftd in our own If #- »c""fl coff*i- dHlrlo.m
ma<l< fr.irii Nr. 1 Hpanii.li ai.nltan .layllKht l.akery I n«(r'. Irl.ln- ..,In In.
nut.*: jar SKW. js, 1fl|» ; IE. dumpllnga win, , r,,m lUC
an '> IUW I : for I3C —Fourth Floor.
The Btore That Btand* Back of Every Dollar'* Worth of Good* It Sella
■onMARCHE
ON£ ENTIRE BLOCK ON SECOND A VENU 6 FROM PIKE BTREET TO UNION STREET
Showing How the Clever Burglar Foiled tip Cop and Got Away With the Swfcg
Drapery Remnants in
Good Lengths Marked
Half Price.
Drapery rcmnanta. eonilat-
Ing of fr«lonnf«. illkoltnei,
•wltiwi, *«rlm*. curtain ntli
and a number «*f other* at
hllf prlo« Tklrri
Remnants of 10c Em
broidery to 7 inches
wide, 5c a Yard.
!,W6 r#msin(i of tmbrol
d«rl»a. coMlitlni of band*.
«<!*" and galloon* up !o 7
Inchon wldo. Icnath* I lo 1
yard*. Sc yard. Mala rioar.
Imm
PRICE
2mm
THE SEATTLE STAR
[ YOU'LL FIND IT HERE I
I News of the Day Condensed for Buay People J
•utiscrlbara to Tin Saatilo «■«'
will contar a favor by nutirfWm
this of flea at onc« of any fail
ure to *•< ura prompt ma rag•
ular dall<-ary of the paper. ->
any attampt to aul>atttuta aa
otliar papar for Tha ftaaltta
Htar. It la tha daalra of tha
loaiiag'n.i ii' to aerura tha i»aat
aarvlra for all, anil complaint"
ar« alvan enurtaoua and prompt
attention If your papar Via
to arrive any night i>| *
o'clock, kindly phone thla « Va
at onre Main Itot A»k lor
tka Circulation Uwriraut
North Yakima. Waah., Sept. ?• —
Over C.ooo paid admissions to get
Into the state fair ground* here
yeaterday. The Judging of ahrnp
and cattle was completed and the
awarda announced A record-break
Ing day la eipecled tomorrow when
"Hob' (lodge. Hull Moose candi
date for governor, la to make the
chief addreaa.
* OLYMPIA. Waah.. Bapt. 2« *
a—A state tai levy of 6.7* *
* mllla will b<- made thla year •
* The total value of real and *
a peraobal property, according *
* to the re port of the alate tat *
* commission. la $1.00'0M.251. *
* A total of $&.«!»,<«» in taier *
* will ba raised *
W. W. Crandall. deputy county
clerk, la at the Providence hnspl
tal as the result of sertou* ln)arie*
received on Monday evening, when
a Jamea at. car ran Into an amo at
Jamea at and Fourth as. Craadall
reside* at III* K Cherry al.
Chalaea hotel property, located at
Olympic and r.plor pi. baa been
bought by the purrell Safe Co.
from C H Colltna. at a price aald
to be 0116.000
* Olympla. Waah —According *
* to the atata t«<ard of equalise *
* tlon. the total valuation of all *
a nUroad* 111 th« at*t» I « a
* 516.69? The Northern Ha. Iftr *
* la given tbe hinli'-et taluatlon. *
* at approximately $ IM.OOO AM. *
a The tola) valuation imraassd *
* about 14.000,000 over last year *
* *
Rav. H. H. Usll, Rev. Q. E. Raltt
and Rev George Inne* arrived In
Seattle this morning s* s nwali
tea appointed by the Isst general
assembly of the Polled I'reabyter
lan church, to vlalt ehurchoa In the
Intereata of mission enterprises.
Tha cabla ship BurnsKa has
found tbe break In the Alisska
DEAD MAN TELLS TALES IN
THIS COAL FRAUD CASE
TACOMA. Bept 2G Dead men
generally tell no tale* Hot they
are going to In the trial of C. E
Houaton and J. H. Huliock for con
spiracy to defraud the government
When Uncle Ham begun Invest
gating thla game Captain Jsrvls. of
the Northwest Commercial Co.,
which watt mixed up In the affair,
committed suicide. Ills bookkeep
er, W. H Gilbert, was on the wit
ness aland thla morning, lie told
about a voucher coming in on the
government deal of over 16.K00.
The bookkeeper did not know how
to credit It on the book*. He went
to .larvla and aaked him. "What
BY DONALD A. KAHN
"I'd like to look at a fall suit, please."
"Certainly, sir; right this way. Now. this I* one of the celebrated
Smith suits Slip your coat off, please Yen, sir, It fits you fine."
"Do you find that this make generally fits pretty well?" '
"Oh, ye*, sir; Invariably The Smith Rults are without doubt the
best-fitting suits on the market."
"Well, bow about the ciotli? Is It all wool, does It hold Its color
and shape?"
"Yes, sir, the cloth In the Smith brand suits has proven most
satisfactory/'
"How are the suits made up? Is the tailoring in them good?"
"We have found It most excellent. In all the years that we have
handled the line, we have never heard of one of the Smith suits |in
pln, tearing or losing Its shape. Their style i* always the latest mode."
"Then, all in all, you consider the Smith suits 'the best on the
market ?"
"1 do."
"I am glad to hear yotl say so. I am the new Smith salesman In
tl.is territory. How about your spring order?"
NEW BICYCLE MODEL
(Mad* In Qormany.)
A SATISFIED CUSTOMER
I cable mut will huva It In operation
today. 'I'llln la the wood break
that baa occurred In tho laat three
week a.
Tha ataamar B»*ard of the Alaaka
» Hteumahlp company ta bound for
! Seattle with tona of copier
I ore, the larni-at ablplDMit of copper
| ever a<-nt from the North. The ore
la valued at $150,000.
Tha ataamar Humboldt of tha
Humboldt tine aalled from Seattle
wlib a record cargo of gem-fal
freight for the North The Hum
huldt will he the laat boat to carry
freight for the tipper Yukon. Tbe
Yukon will be rloaed for navigation
about October It.
Spokana, Bapt. 2i.—• pokana waa
jmlrnliy inoilnl by 70 bualnnaa
m«n <>f H«alll«. »h" rime In on a
tptrld train and had lb* beat kind
Of a timo all day,
Tha Pacific Northwast Alumol
Association of gradiiatrai of the old
Peon, will hold a reunion at the
University club this evening,
where Judge I'eter D Overflald, of
aalrbank*. Alaska, will ba the
gueat of honor.
Tha annual maattng of tha B*at
I|» branch of tbf International Wel
ter* t'nlon waa hxld laat metit at
tb« Y. W C A. Mra. M A Mr
K*tiilr »iip*rtnl«-nd«'nl and found
or of i h* organisation. who naa Juat
raturned from • tour o tb* Kaat.
addrraard lh»> nirr-lln* and ai«>k.-
of tb* i>r<>ar« , *K and advance of tb*
ord»r Ttio object of lb«- union la
to |»ra>*M>t that raffle In atria.
HOSPITALITY
#♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•♦♦♦♦
BY BENTON BR AL BV.
Jenkins spent hi* money.
Took me to a show.
Took me mil to dinner
Where the big guna go.
Itougbt me a moke* in plenty,
lilew hi* tnonej frae.
81111 t didn't like hi*
lioapitallty.
Harney gave me greeting
I'rw of "froth aiul foajn.'"
Smiled and beamed ui*>n me.
Took me to his home;
Mad*- me feel at eaae thera
With hi* famlty:
That's th<- trua and honest
lioapitallty.
"Tlsn't In Ihe splendor.
'Tlan't In tbe *tyle.
Hut In thoughtful klndneaa
And the welcome •mile.
Money cannot buy It.
Not for any fee;
If* a gift of nature—
Hospitality.
did Jarvla nay?" united the< govern
men| attorney. "Objeet, wo ob
Jeet," ahouted the attorneya for the
aceuaed.
They did not intend to hav# dead
men telllnK tale* In thl« livault.
"Objection overruled," said the
court, mnl Gilbert proceeded to tes
tify Up said Jerri* told him to
credit to the Nome coal account
Then Attorney Townsend. for the
government, sprang his second
feet that Jarvl* and hla rom|>any
had not sold any coal to Nome at
all. He brought the hooka of the
company and th«* attorney* for the
defen*e admitted no coal had been
bought.
FredericK & Nelson
Suits at $35.00
Are Strongly Featured in jJQmMBL
the New Apparel Displays
an«l offer a decree of value in style, fabric and tailoring that
i* appealing to many women whose suit expenditure is ordi
tiarily expressed ill larger figure*. mUSBM Msl
The selection of styles, niatt*rial» and colors embodied »
in this moderate priced showing is fairly representative <<> Jjy
the Season's favorite tendencies.
In a new ahipment: if ../
A Suit of fine navy-blue serge with V> inch coat fasten- |__ ,A
iiiK with silk frog; embroidered velvet collar and cuffs,
inlaid with satin; novelty satin belt effect in hack; $35.00. ■ «r r-
A Suit of handsome blue or brown diagonal cheviot, i
modified cutaway, trimmed with braid loops, self buttons, ~
velvet collar and cuffs, and large revers; $.15.00. 4 .{Wto
A manniahly tailored Suit of fine cut zibeline in black V m| *& f
and white stripe, lined in gray satin; thirty-four inch, 4-but- *U
ton coat with paneled back ; $35.00. '> pi jfcß
A strictly-tailored Suit of gray basket-weave suiting 9*
with invisible blue stripe; 5-button straight front coat, panel j. . J®
back, self collar and etiffs; $35.00.
A Suit of two-tone wide-wale auiting, coat 34 inches Tm^r
loiir; velvet collar and revers in novel one piece effect;
$35,00. —Second Floor.
9x12-Ft Seamless Wilton Velvet Rugs
Special $19.50
TIIF.RE are jant 1R Rugs in this offering. Finest Wilton Velvet quality, stxgoodje
tern*, Oriental and conventional d«-i({n».
They were bought tinder price, because of imperfections that, while hard to detect art
making no difference to their wear, prevent their being clawed as perfect kug^
Your opportunity for that new dining-room or living-room Rug, at this very low pfe
*10.50.
On Sale in Rug Section, Second Floor. Annex.
Introductory Specials in
Women's Fall-Weight Knit Union Suits
ON SALE FRIDAY, SALES SQUARE, FIRST FLOOR
COTTON UNION SUITS. SPECIAL 75#—
Women's Cooper-ribbed Union Suits of n.ediuflMKijll
white cotton in high neck style, ankle length, with ko(
sleeves; also high neck, elbow sleeve, knee length style. Sft
at /sc.
MERCERIZED LISLE UNION SUITS, SPECIAL
/VV Women's Fall-weight lnion Suits of pore whflt
mercerized lisle, fine quality, trimmed with silk ao
I~• A l ,^cheted ribbon-ran edge. High neck, anlde lafi
I k■ /' -41 style, with long or elbow sleeves; al<«> low nedt. ink*
Ij.ljlength, with ellxiw 'leeves. Special \ alue at $1.50.
I i P» WOOL-AND MERCERIZED UNION SUITS. SPECIAL
w IMP'' V Women's Wool-and-mercerized t'nion Suits in the or
\' • |V-i j rcct weight for Fall, finished at neck and down front witi
|f f crochet edge. High neck style, ankle length, with k»f
sleeves. Sjwcial value at $1.35.
Women's Thread-Silk Hosiery, $1.00 Pur
WOMKN'v medium-weight Thread Silk Hosiery, reinforced with deep lisle garter
double lisle sole and toe and high spliced lisle heel. Shown in:
Black. Gray. White, Sky-blue. Tan, Pink, Lavender, Navy-blue, Purple.
—excellent value at $1.00 pair. -rtmt nw
Eight Good Style 3 in ClSl
Women's Fall Boots at $3.00
—Patent, Gunmetal Calf and Tan Calf Leathers. :
—Fourteen and 16-button tops, leather and cravenette. M J.
—widths A to 1); sizes 2/ t to 8. M ML
—all have Goodyear welted soles of extra heavy selected stock, are r
designed alonj; advanced fashionable lines and will satisfy in looks,
comfort and service. JH
Values that will interest you, at 93.00 pair. / '
ff«le»rrwu».
Women's Tan Street Gloves, Special $1.00 Pair
Six hundred pairs of these sightly, serviceable Gloves in
a favorable purchase, to be sold at this special price Friday.
The Gloves are full pique sewn, glace-finished, with double
drawn backs and one clasp at wrist, and aic shown in pretty
shades of tan.
They are carefully finished, fit well and will give excellent
satisfaction in the wearing. Unusually low-priced at $1.00
P a ' r " — pirnt Floor.
Special Values in Popular Toilet Sundries
Peroxide of Hydrogen, special Jergens' Box Perfumes, all i Celluloid Wattles, special lR
O*. 10* and M*. odor*, special 10*. Manicure Sets, contUtitt *
Hospital Cotton, pound roll*. Whisk brooms, special 10*. File, Emery Hoard and OW*
"".lergens^ *Sachet Powder In "' doal " I,a,r Hr^he8 ' stlok - 10f -
various odor*, special »5* tnf ' Metal back Pressing W"""
ounce. Scissors and Shears, special j urKo 51 ,. 08 i hlH H'lal 10*.
Samurai Oriental PerfutßM, Tooth Prunes special W«
special !i."i* ou'i r,> . Hardwood Hair Prushos, spe lootn isrusn . »-
Samurai Toilet Water In Orl- cial 50*. Nail Prushes ana
etital odors, speclul 45* and Household Rubber Gloves, Scrubs, special 10*. j
75*. special -10*. —R*s»in»nt Salts'*'*

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