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Office 114 Jackaon St.
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S TO BOY'S APPEAL
" FORJjEW PUPPY
Officials of Traotion Company y
£ Decide to Replace Hi« Dog l'
Bun Over by Car. \
g 'WAS FIHE TO PLAY WITH' C
hi, Emore Bowman Wrote Bupt. Kemp- \ i
iter Telling of Lom—Letter Bead )
la Conference Brings Action— V
t, 1 Uttle Lad to Get Big Collie.
; »r « iiahi.ei mvamsK «arm. /
i 11. A (Imiil* truth •pok«n front (.* haart a
•f »n unknown lltti# boy, * tb* f
•••»nUc og «tloni of * ■*"
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AMERICAN SAFETY FENDER CO.
WHITE WIFE OF
OUT OF HOTEL
Pr I'■ .",.1 !•»».« 1 rnw.) WI • %
CHK'AUO, l»ec 17 The while
wife of Jack Johnaon. the negro
pualltat, la not wanted In Chicago
Thla fact waa brought home to
Mr* John con today. Mnnnger
Kauffman of a fatdtlonable Chicago
ho»ti 'iy having ordered her out
while In cont|>«ny wltir another
white woman and two white men.
.1 >.1 '.011 wax not preaetu. The four
».u down to a tahl* and had order
ed *• vfral bottle* of wine before
Kauffman learned Mr* Johnson
waa one of the party Then he re
queated her to leave
Now ahe will know after a lot
note Incident* like thla," nald
Kauffman. why that other poor
creature committed suicide."
SAYS SHE MARRIED
HUBBY OF ANOTHER
On March 14. 1»10. Julia Werner
became .Mr* William U Mogeau at
On the very *ame day. another
* oman In Han i*r.\nclaco aeoired
an Interlocutory decree In a »ult
for dlvoiee again*! William O.
The decree did no! Income final
until one year later, according to
the law* of Callto.nla.
Mra William <J Mogeau No. J.
therefore. I* of the opinion that her
marriage In Pnlrbattka waa void, and
*he wanta her maiden name hark.
She filed suit Monday for annul
ment of her marriage
6,105 PEOPLE HERE
Hv t*nHH ft*M 1 «t»<-1 Wir#
WASHINOTON. Dec. IT— B|g
thousand. one hundred and fire per
! «on» are known to have auccutnbed
to pellagra from I SOT to 1911. ac
cording to a re|iort laaued by the
public health service
The disease practically la con
fined to the Southern states and
haa been rampant in Virginia.
North and South Carolina. Georgia.
. and Uuiialana
1008 FIRST AV. (NEAR MADISON)
(Ravarantly portrayed on the aaact spot whtri It took place, nlnataan hundrad yaara age—a part jf
• • 'aborate and eeatly miving picture production of tho Kaiem company, to ba firat ahown at Chilatmai
He spat on the proline!, and made clay of the »j>ittle, and annotated the eves <>f
the blind man with the clay, and said unto him: Go wash in the Pool of Siloam
(which is by interpretation. Sent), He went his way therefore, and washed, and came
(The editor mggtiU that three plcturee will prove of permanent Interact, eapeoally to children.
CUT THtM OUT ANO SAVE THEN. If you mm any picture, back number* of The Star may be
eecured at thla office.)
9. S. ItroAMUr,
Aa etated by aa In • oonvereetlon eltb you I
fee <Wf» MO. t eaa a ettnaae, elth M»»r«l other gentla
•en, at a fine deaonetration of the efficiency of the lei
eon fender at Uve comer of Twentieth and Saehlngton Streete
a brut a eeek ago. a atreat ear equtppad «lih a Baleen ren
ter carve down Saahlngton Street, running at a great rate of
•peed teen that Incline, when a fine aetter teg atteapte*
to creaa the etreet ahead of the ear. The aotorman three
on hie eeer|»r,oy brake, thereby dropping the fender to tbe
peveaant, and picked up the teg. The car ran about forty
feet after the fender eae dropped, and aa Um oar etopped
the dog Jwrped off of the fender and ran down the etreet,
It eaa a fine exhibition of ehet the nee eafet|
fender elll do, for 1 aa eure It eould have picked up a
child quite aa readily aa 1t did the dog.
ferj truly youre,
When the Seattle cart are equipped with the
Nelson fender, even an Alaska dog, who does not
know Mything about street cars, will be in no danger
of being killed by a car.
At 1008 First av., a few doors north of Madison, we .ire
showing the fender that the city of Seattle officially adopted
la*t week. We are going to make a lot of money out of it.
We are offering you an opportunity to share in the profits
by purchasing some of our stock. We arc selling it for $1
per share. The price will advance in thr future. We would
like to talk it over with you. You had better call today
or wpte to us for information.
SEE MOVING PICTURES OF
OUR FENDER AT THE
EMPRESS THEATRE THIS WEEK
SCENES FROM THE LIFE OF CHRIST
13.—JESUS HEALS THE BLIND MAN
XHE STAR—TUEBDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1012.
TO PROBE CHICAGO
WASHINGTON, Dec, 17. tnve«
ligation of the Chicago clearing
house and a further probe into th<
method* of the New York ilisl
exchange la the program for thla
week before the house committee
Investigating the alleged money
trust A score of witnesses will
he examined before the holiday re
(*>• ia taken next Thursday
THE U. S. ARMY
MAJ. GKN THOMAS H. BARKY
Now commanding Kaatern division
of U. 8. army, with headquarters
at New York, who la said to be
slated to succead Gen Wood at
the end of the Taft administration
Til* I*U*WM( IN the aterage
prlre* paid •>» local cotmnleelon mer
Chant* 1° the O'odutera and price*
pa lit t»T lh * retailer m | llt com ml*,
elone'a Tha price* paid the farmer*
come under "buying Price." and lb*
,um paid by the retailer under aa:|.
In* prksa I'rlrea In all <*a«ea ara
unhurt to variation according i»
fre*bne»* and general excellence. but
tha»a price*. unl«-a- otherwle*- Indt
rated, are (or etrMly flrat grades
r.KK* ranch .40
Na* nppl" *<>0 1.7*
Valemla orange* .... 1 ;r>
Navel* l »oj ] it
Teara I It# 17*
lltrn'D Mr«t»-Jflll«| I'rlre
Chuck* ... • •* - . npu
Lntna. No I. full cat.. .14
llll,a. No I H
Cowi. No t lOHO l|
Mlnda. «tcer .14
Fore, "tear .10
Hound* •* • • ■ ■ .I! H
Ot tongue, freer .... .11'*
Heart > •*
Wet bar* . 1 •
r>re*»«-d h"*« .11
Trimmed aide* . Itu
Short loin pork .11
IMge f'.t .04
Spare fit* . IJ^
Poik eattM*" .11
t.lvir cauaaßß .10
an.okrd Meaie—Helling Price.
llecon 17Ct .J1
Hulled bain . . ;j
Ox ton«ua. each ,7»
Drlr.l beef . ••••••• II
l-itnllrr. I .will—lluylng Price,
SprlnK broiler* li# .16
llen« ■ ■ • • •J** 15
Itooetera, live, lb
Hprlntc .I,'V ■t' 1 "/*„ '5© .1*
Puck*, old. live. lb. .11
H(| " > egclahlee—Welling I'rlee
I'ola'l'*"*. new. tori ...H JJfIU'JJ
Carrot*, local 7i if H(V
licet*. local 1.00
Turnip* •' •V' *•• . ... 1.00
Oral"*• Muluua. k'K- «.B0«' 775
r'nuberrlea. bnrrel ... 10.!>0ff 10 7fi"
I'rmiberrle*. bo* .... 1 It
I'araiuy. do*. . ......
Tonmt.M.e « bekt crata 1
rnullflower, do* 1 tg
Hotliouac lettuce cr't* .trw l og
Head lettuoo, do* .... .35
Celery, do*. ......... .*o# .40
Feed, aclllug Price.
timothy i7.00#i9 on
I'nui t houml timothy II «"Wir> no
Alfaila 11.00# 14. 00
Wlittt miy 17.0000
It in 11 1* OOQ 2:, no
Hlinrt* 2&• «o*i> 00
Whole rorn 16.01)<f.t7 00
1 'r*< It cil corn 37 no
MbMllnit'i 16 0J
■tolled out* and barley
NATIONAL PIANO MANUFACTURERS. 923 Third Av„ Near Marion.
FREE—IO DAYS ONLY
FREE XMAS GIFT OF FIRST PAYMENT TO EVERY PURCHASER
I SALE OPENED TODAY HZ Zl
READ THIS. Our Eastern Factories highly apprerfate the tremendous patron
ace we hava received in Seattle rirht from the moment we oj>ened the National l J iano
Manufacturer*' Salesrooms at 823 Third av. They have jus-t «-ent word to D. W.
Th- mas, the Genera! Manager for the North writ, to make a Free Xmas Gift of first
payment to every p<ano purchaser during the coming 10 day* of tins Xmah Season.
fhi» is to be a hurricane Xmas Sale.
Piano* reduced to $58 Free Xmu VFtHHßSlMiliyr
Piano* reduced to $ 84 to You
Piano* reduced to'!sl2s of Fir,t
Piano* reduced to $146 Payment 1
Piano* reduced to $178 One Dollar
Piano* reduced to $194 -%sk
Player Piano* reduced to $258 a e
Player Piano* reduced to $269 Remember the fact that some of these
Player piano* reduced to $295 players are sold bv the middleman on the
Player Piano* reduced to $338 £ >aM fnr $750 ' $875 ' 5930 and $1 ; 000
pi n- , , T I here never was such a severe cut in
rjayer I iano* reduced to $367 player prices before, and we will take small
Player Piano* reduced to $405 weekly payments even at these cut prices.
This Is certainly the one opportunity for any one to get tba J .iW/KK
rwi latest ai.d most perfect (irand Piano that la m;«da Is Ann- VJi uflU
lea tr>dar Wr challenge comparison wiih any Grand Pisno sold PliinO**
In Saattla for |1,000 to t. 000 today Our Grand* possess tl.« *
moat perfect scale that la known to tba piano trad* In the world.
It ta • seal* that baa been a revelation In piano manufacturing.
II waa nnlH b» Mr H 8 IKiw<*n. acknowledged tho world over
to bo tb« moat expert acala designer.
* Now, instead of asking you 11.000 or tI.OOO for thaae and IBftb
giving you a lot of mythology about tba kings arid prinoaa of tba
world using then: we will just reduce the price* on tbeaa
Grand Pianoa to |3»S. $426 and |4<l, and listen' You ran pay ua
Ooe Dollar and Fifty Onta a week on these We know if la hard
to believe, because It'a ao entirely different from »i>wbin* tba
middlemen have ever offered, but remember, we are not middle- II H
men We are manufacturer*, and these salesrooms are real M UJI/ fa ■
Manufacturers salesrooms. * U E
■If Over one hundred of tha flneit and moat costly of American
ly made Piano* were uuloaded from the railroad yeaterday and ara
now on our salesroom floora. at »23 Third avenue, one block below
£r\ the Orpheum theatre to meet the extraordinary Xmas demand that
w* know will be made upon ua at once at tbla moat nnusuni and ex-
R£9 tremeiy liberal anle of ten year guaranteed Pianos.
UU RKMKVHKH »o make you a Christmas present of the first
IBbM payment, and that's not all. We will make terms as low as One
Dollar a week, which can begin next year Thts extraordinary offer
HBV I* only mad< in genuine Piano buyers— jeople who make their homes
Ti In Paattle We reserve the right to refuae to tranaacl* business with
*uch people as are sent here by other Piano it ores in town. with
Mr the sole purpose of obstructing our legitimate business and tying up
TCCaSj our stock. We have been considerably annoyed by there In th*
past, and such people will be treated with scant ceremony If ther
com* again and bother us during this busy season. Every minute
of our time ta necessary to attend to the good, honest class of sincere buyers that can always be found
on our floors selecting Pianoa at cut pricea.
Open Evening* Until 9 o'clock This Week.
NATIONAL PIANO MFRS.
823 Third Avenue, Near Marion
One Block Below Orpheum Theatre, Opposite Central Bldg.
FATHER SEES HIS
OWN SON KILLED
TACOMA. Dec. 17.—While at
work on the top of n telegraph pole
In the downtown dlatrlct (luy Mr
CliK', n lineman, was ithocked to
dentil by a ahort circuit of heavily
.lust hh Mci'lnro was falling. hid
fa!her, R. D. McClure, wu panslng
Uy. Ho h»w the accident mid ran
toward the corner, to find that the
victim wan lilh own hoik
PLEAD NOT GUILTY
TO FALSE IMPRISONMENT
I .OS ANGKI.KS, Doe. 17—deo. It.
Andernnn and K. M. C. Choate
pleaded not guilty today. Anderaon
and Choate were Indicted by a
county tjrand Jury, charged with
fainely tmprliionlng P. W. Lloyd, a
Gel (he Original and Ganulno
Tha Food-drink for All Agts.
For Infants, Invalid*, and Crowing children.
Pure Nutrition,upbuilding the w hole body.
Invigor.itnthenumng mot her and the aged.
Rich milk, malted grain, in powder form.
A quick lunch prepared in a citrate.
Hke • / •' 'or MORI ICK'S.
Not in Any Milk Tiust
witness for (hp state, In the case
of former City Prosecutor Guy
Bddle, charged with contributing
to thi* delinquency of a minor.
EIGHT HELD UP BY
5 MASKED NEGROES
Hr Vnltr.l l*r»M Leased Wire
IJMA, 0.. Dec. 17.- Held up and
beaten by highwaymen, one man
la believed to be dying and seven
others are In a serioua condition
here today The Injured men were
members of a construction gang
which was held up by five masked
negroes. The desperadoes took
more than $400 and escaped on
CHASING MEN WHO
ATTACKED A GIRL
Ilv United r>*M Wirt.
SANTA ANA, t'al., Dec 16.—Af
ter a running fight with officers,
two men who are reported to have
assaulted a H-year-old girl on a
ranch six mil< s east of here are
surrounded tol.iy In the hills. Dep
uty Sheriff Staeey Is reported to
luive been shot In the battle. The
fugitives are heavily armed.
IN FRANCE FAILS
PARIS, Dec. 17.-The French
general labor federation's strike as
a protest against war has failed,
according to announcement here to
day. Few workmen quit. Tho
strikers In Paris attacked tramway
cars, breaking windows, but the
railroads and other Industries are
not crippled by the movement.
Third and Cherry. Phone Main 4la
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