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At The BON MARCHE-The STORE OF
LOWER PRICES
$1.00 HOUSE DRESSES. LIKE THIS. FOR -\
In Plain Chcmtray or I igurerf Percale J /
Lots to pick from—some it. mndc |^^5W7® I I s ; \ / /
it plain >li.i itn.iv, tiimmcl with J ,07 ill V /
' 1:l «'ih«-iN arc ft! I / nil All/111 lla
m ule < i iii> ( pctialt-s in checks, fij; jMI Jm / / iill \ hjl j !'A
ares and stripes in the squatc neck /Ml /w' / ./ !
short sleeves, like this illustra [HI dyvkfll
11. mi r with (It!'-, a pleat* mn I !>■ hill (1 \|
shoultler and lav down collars. I j 1 ll I 'II fI {I Ij 11
r \m LATEST 12 IN 1 HOUSE DRESSES AT $2.50^
Meannj they Can Be IVorn in Twelve Won
Tt> r, u M l>r. *►.'» out. called the twelve In one mndoll, jij jm Ij
■is I . • .in worn in IS different *at». such a* reversed and differ i la I j Ml
<nt win <of fii-'ontio; and sdlustlnK of rover* t'hoo»e from the fol |! iHlil'l H I
■■» In l<av>ndei and white ehe. U*. [link a• 1 white hloek bars. tan '* '\^l
*nd white >: Ink-hams with fronts nnd cuff* of plain chain bray Also 'j i%j
Lpisln etuunbrars and snrx |ti|tuu snd check* piped with white, j I JV,lj !
_ ——— O tj
S!>lislt New MarquisrMe and line Net Walsls In All ol lh«*
line Lanu Waists Ibat Hill (io licsl Colors, Worth to $B.f*9
— at $1.98 at $4.95 — -A
The Marquliette Waists havo | Ecru net model* with trimming* i-4
»atlor collars, others with high col- of heavy lac» hand* and mrdalllon*. \ j
lars with v' front*, shoulders and louche* of velvet and bullous. Mm,
tiffs of Inxrtlon. and lawn with Alio colored net* with doep yokea i-is* sir*»< «uir
hUh collars neatly embroidered. and *llk trimming*
P-rigM buy bedding tomorrow
1 v .XJ I And buy it at the Hon Marche and you'll save a pretty
I |BpL penny, especially if you happen t«» need any of the
r items lifted here —for you'll notice that quite a little
yf been "lopped off" mme of these prices.
rm mr »0c PEQUOT BED SBEETS 79C EACH
■ \\\\ WW £ir*\ The well known Peouot lied Sheets, worth 90e t
-SU*VA« - *ill po at 7*) c each. They are »ean>le*s ami come
*'' yff- | 81x90 inches Nothing better at the price. Not
Jr " ■ '« over 1 d>>ren to each.
' f S pcclal ATLANTIC CASES AT ISt EACH
I I'rirev Seconds of the l*c Atlantic I*ll low
j j jr"™l'«*es Lhat will go Tuesday at ltc Kxtra
on Blankrts heavy, nno wesrluj kind. *1(0 42i3tf
6#c BLEACHED SHEETS SOc EACH Comforts ,2 5# BED SPRf ABS AT IMS EACH
tor ™
, "• V"*" T V 1 A n ilacL a ««'• and d**lraM« rat-em.. »3 60
K «•« •» •» * each
12 I2c PILLOW CASES 10c EACH " d !r >I S« B4TES SPREADS SI.2S EACH
200 doten IMllow CSSCS, lite 4-i3« HOmII ||.{| «. #o h for Hates lied Si r«ldii
Inches, to no at tue Tuesday (><>od ( OUIIIrV cr<« tw»tod »tyle. In flivr Marseilles pat
weight cases that will ul*e the twst of V / tern* HeicuUr It &o kind Not r*er K
! S (|) n customer Mill Floor, ««■ r.t» r.
50c GUARANTEED ALL-WOOL SERGES FOR
THERE WILL CERTAINLY BE A BIG DAY S BUSINESS TUESDAY WITH
GUARANTEED ALL WOOL SERGES GOING AT 3»c A YARD THEY ARE KNOWN J Mil. .
AS THE PEER OF ANY 50c WOOL SERGES IN TOWN. CHOOSE FROM NAVY.
CARDINAL, WINE. BROWN. COPENHAGEN, BLACK AND CREAM AT THIS
PRICE. YOU WILL FINO THEY ARE FULL 38 INCHES WIDE. ....
win r iw»y
AH Day Tuesday
These *perlal price* are quoted
for Tuesday only—no telephone
order* can be accepted.
8c Apron Ginghams al 5c Yd
Gingham* In length* from 10 to
JA yard* Nur*f» and
rl «-• kft. good strong quality at &«' a
yard. 4.000 yardp. worth 8c a yard
12 l-2c Drapery Prlnls 9c Yd
2 000 yard* of Drapery Prints
•liitahl# f<»r comfort ( ovrln*» US
valve, 3*l IfK'hfft wld«, In length* to
7 yard*, at 9c a yard on Tu*ada>
15c Dress Ginghams 10c Yard
Another good « ff»r In J»r«**« Olinr
ham* 2.000 yards, worth l&c. will
he shown at 'Or a yard length*
from 10 to 20 yard*. In plaid* and
plain style*.
12 l-2c Dress Percales 81-2 c
Percale* 3( Inch** wide, will l»e
•old Tu**Kda> at * v%c ln*t«*ad of
Light and d*rk *had*» In
1-i.gth* to 10 yard*. In n«»at pat
tern*.
25c Madras W listing 12 l-2c
Ju*t I nlf prl'f for 3.000 yard* of
Mftdra* WalHtlng*. .12 Inrhe* wide.
In mill ind'. length* to f. yard*
vp neatly woven < ord* and fancy
figure*
—lltiHf mrnl.
FOR BARGAIN TUESDAY
IN SEA TILE'S BEST GROCERY STORE
Lots of cut prices on pure foods—why not arrange to buy
your whole week's table supplies here tomorrow? You'll find
you will be able to live for-less if you do and live well.
20 Pounds Granulated Beet Sugar AP^
Z<) pound* of fine, granulated Meet Sulfur for ft! 4c. If
Dr d<ri of «ro<eii< or bakery goods. n< yli
Including tugar or floor Limit, Z0 Mi* to each.
IN CANNED VEGETABLES
innnrd Ampmrmmum. lnr» • air*
1 O r
I w w
ftolt4 I'nrk HHvur
Bhltld lirur.'\ larfu n\i* r* tin.
r«K ,nr 1 r ,n Vfl4#i in
l>rn«lfll 'Irlfpbonr !>•■. w ;.r«ru*
1 7 r
I I V
J- »■ r *•«!•-11 < oru. |l
F>«tt'*r. No. 2 nl/.« rang 14c
OTHER CANNED GOODS
l\nro Sjrup, a whlt« ayrup Un -
Q f| r
OUo
<#ij|4«*tl W r«f *««lnil l>r«-aalnu
I'owdfr, t !h iik- '1 p ■ D "
an I (J V#
|*«l >fonlr or Aprlrola,
bin<« /• 'itnn rejf'ji.ir i Q
2!,- Kf 1 "!" ' «'• I Jli
Itnl li I«l i» f > IJfiiim, N' 2 44.
i• r • . r ; '»«n I I U
M' arf mJ* l h>-iiU for llii» famum "Knotalr" no lfo«l«*ry for man and
bSSMARCHE
I'Niov aTiu:r/r si:« o\n avkm'R pikio nnnfri
The Big Annual Dog Show
Of the Seattle Kennel Club Opens
Wednesday, April 9lh, and Lasts
Till Saturday Evening emission cts.
OPEN EVENINGS TILL 10 O'CLOCK
will
*> -lety Night/' *nd all th»
lad I** entries will be )U'lg«()
then
i !•'« nolo:wii.4i»ir.R' on« limn * i* nii--
1 hi til Till* w r.r.K vol wn.i. k>jo» iihimm,
Til rill; tll«ll tot 1.1 MII lll.llt: lltl II KI.OUH
CLASSY IINTRIMMED HAT SHAPES
WORTH $7.50 & $9.50 REDUCED TO
=$4.95 ea
Such n wonderful a**ortment of handaome French and
domeatln untrtmmed lint Hhapea, Inotti(llri*r the picturesque
rolllntc brimmed dr««n model*, stunning poke bonnets. clever
continental block*. Bulgarian tnrbaria and many entirely
new original model* of tuxal braid, hemp*. Milan* and other
braid*. —Second Floor, Pike St. Side.
DELICACIES for LVNCEON
I'rMfnM, lnrt<o Jam, regular 100.
00 1 c
)•>
i». i ■#■!« .irII *. aba
lull 1 9 1
»lz«. Tu-'fflay Jar I£ J U
I'nr* « nltfornlM Whlfr llonrj,
0 0 A
118
Sfw I »nr» Sfnlrrl Hnlalna, n*W
A «
o G
4 MISCELLANEOUS LIST
\\ oalil*tirit-< r«»aby <*<»M Madal
Flour, 91 pound nckl 93 OS. 49-
"7 Q r
I 'lUfi'l »H' k m 191#
liunker Oala, t*t Jar 15 air"
4 A r
1 U L
Nfft I'runra 11« rK" «!*•* r + Killur
}( %r< i'li (('ll rn r> ft /»
r.'?*% i f.p p. iri'l O C
Oio llotilllori < ultra. QA -
'j 1 jl' W pr« i■ > i 1 1 air- £UG
Juat r*k« tha Union a(r««(
• levators In the evening tt»«*
•ntranre will ba by the Tower
Hecond Kttnut doom
(20p rxi
(jrariiilafcd
| Sutfarj
IN THE DELICATESSEN
« Mp n»*r, •mrn flnp . Ju »niy all
■ ovcrnmrnt I nap set ad. •*! .
pound vJiiC
K #»i>la, n j.arfarf thortcnltlM K-.
10 tlra 11 OH No I tli., cr.
if" .No 1 Una uSC
Ham k«l«A, rnflkaa a vtry nlr»i
rood for lunrhaoti m a
PouJid 1 O C
« athlaglao Mad*- l krrif, ftxt ru
flna quality TumAli 4ft _
pound IS#C
//V THE BOTTLED GOODS
Hitting, rrgnlar Iftc afo», 4 A|.
fr.r a nrlllriK I tit"
A»timoul«, hi i aisM liottlfia. i.*
•1 o „
bo«u IZjC
r IfUr - *''K» «Izm «
w»rl<tly purn ft
9c
N«»7 < rr«m fcnlfd HrrMliig.
• klrwl, T'TT-a-lny.
ft boitit y c
THE SEATTLE STAR
A DOG MAY BARK AT A KING, BUT THESE
WOMEN COULDN'T HAND HIM A PETITION
vV >
yj
Ml»« Qrjc# Stewart (at Left) and Ml** Gertrude Vaughan. Photo
graphed Outalde tha Prlaon. They Ware Arraeted for "ln*ultlng" King
George The "Inault" Wa» Trying to Hand a Woman'a Suffrage Pe
tltlon to the Ruler a* He Wae Driving Through the Mall.
m m-Msm. loMfi
ABAL.KKMAN who travela nut <'f Seattle hue offered thin
On hta way Into I'ortland tb» traveling aaleaman plek*<l up
an acquaintance with a man In the chair car. Juat beforn they
reached their deatlnatlon the man Kav« Mm n card
"I'm on the bill at the Kmpreaa theatrn." he aal4. "Ju*t preaent
thla at the door and they'll «.»« you n aeat "
Aa the two wer» leivln* the de[>ot It atarted to rain a little
"Come on." aald the aaleaman. It a only 11 little over a block to
the car line "
"No. Indeed, aald the etran*«r: "I can't bear to *et wet "
Ho he balled a tail and waa whtrkxt away In drynoa*
That night the aaleaman went to the Kmpreaa. prevented the card,
and waa (riven a neat He watted eagerly for hla friend
Not until the very laal act did hla afraid to get wet acquaintance
appaar.
And then aa Prof ilnnaaometMng rhamplon diver. wh<w» act ke;>t
him tuont of the time up to bit neck In water
• • • • •
THK naf>» nn<l aan«* way In which the woman met th« etrownry
prevented ■ gtiaatly accident In the ahadow of the public market
laat we*k
The woman atarted to croaa Hr«l av . when a wagon loaded with
lon* Iron pipe ntl her, Gauging h«r time carefully, aln- got Into the
middle of the afreet juat aa the wagon paaned
Hut tbe pipe projecting from tbe ri'«r of the wagon hadn't any
where near got by
The woman found fcer»«>|f In the center of the atrcet cur track,
•tirrounded by alt aorta of i>erll«, the moat menacing of which waa a
atf>w<t car Juat turning Into like at
The motorman clanged the bell warnlngly
The pl|>e fenre atlil cut «-ff her Mcapc to the weat
The bell rang again with alarm. The cgi waa right upon her—
moving v«»ry alowly. It mua' be admitted
Tliere waa Juat a chance »to might eacape to the eaat
Hut the woman didn't take It. Hhe plumi •«! right down on the
fender of the car and atayed tbrrw until the motorman and conductor
came to help her off
WOMEN OPEN CAMPAIGN
Ur Pr»«» I •>%»• 1 Wi'»
WABHINUTON, April 7.—Concurrently wTJi the openln* of con
rr-M. a «reat war becan here today It was th< »«r of womanhexxj fur
tUo right to rote. and suffraalsts by the hundred were on hand to launch
tho campalm The first run* flrwl were at the mall of President Wll
aon. which wa« so hea*y that the letter carrier* complained of over
work, and telegrams fairly flooded the executive office* Kacb of these
communication* asked. demanded sugKestori or that tho que*
tlon of suffra*e t>e taken up by congress Before noon, nearly 1.000
woman were assembled In a downtown theatre, where a "rally' preceded
the ftral personal work.
REFUSES TO CALL STRIKE
Ur rnll«4 Yr*m Wlr•
PAN rRANCISCO. April 7 Internatlonsl President 8 K Konen
kamp of the Commercial Telegraphers' union, who la handling the de
mands of the wireless operators for a wriKe Increase from the Marconi
company, state I today that he had received n telegram from the Seattle
o|>erators announcing the dlscharre of all men because they belong to
tho unton Konekamp haa Informed tho Heattle men that the Kan
Kranclsc/i t.sbor Council Is directing affair* here, and that he will not
call a strike. The Heattle operator* will not strike without orders
from here
SAYS SHE DRESSED IIUBBY
JF.HHKT CITY. N J . April 7 That her husband *ni so lazy It w.»*
Impossible to live with him longer *a* asserted by Mrs Jeasle Wood,
of I'aterson, N. J . when she testified In her suit for divorce
"Why. he got so bad be absolutely refused to wash his own face
and hands or dress himself." sho testified. "I bad to do these thing*
for him."
SPENDS 42 YEARS IN JAIL
LKAVKN WORTH, Hun, April 7. —William Conlln, known mlho hh
"Allegheny Whltejr," who has spent 42 of his 6f> year* of life In th«-
prUon* of n docen slate*, haa been urruvtcd lu re, charged with stealing
a suitcase
Site's much more Important than presidents are
Or other official* of slate;
In HKR hand* I* power to make or to mar
Our national future and fate;
The men of tomorrow i»r«' hers for todnv
To counsel and pilot and guide
With patience and love alio will show them live way
To liven that are worthy of pride.
She I* molding the thought of the girls and the hoy*
To whom w« iniist leave our tomorrows;
lIM learn* of lliclr even day pleasure* and Jofa
Ami Hhares In tlieli pain* and tlieli .sorrow*;
The youth of the country I* |iul In her care
To learn of the way they *houlu ko.
Hhe give* thern her he*t -and a little to spare
vhlch only the children cau lumw
W* know Jiow *he works and how nobly aha k< i vc><
With Ml of her soul nml her heart.
Devilling her strength and her health ami her nerve*
To playing her excellent part,
And ho It's our plenHuro and even our boast
The way w# are paying our dehtit.
Blnee we i:lve her a salary eijual lalmout)
To that which tho Janitor guts,
$y I?l?ALty.
(..111 than • V r-« .1. I linn I u nm
FREDERICK & NELSON
Closing Out Odd Furniture Pattem
to Make Room for New Goods
A VISIT to our two big furniture floors will disclose to you
• many surprising values in desirable furniture for every
room in the house. Several new carloads have arrived within
the i a t week and we are closing out all odd .samples anddiscon
tinued patterns to make room on the floors.
T.ive ;i thought to your furniture needs and sec if they can b«
filled front the following list. If bo, fill them tomorrow, at a laving
decidedly worth while.
Fumed o;ik Hook<ase», reduced to
925.00, 935.00 and J?55.00.
I'nameled Cheval (Jlass, rcduccd to
930.00.
Malio;Mii > Humid r, r«>h><"< •'. to 9-7.50.
Mahogany I.ow-hoy, reduced to 941.25.
Fumed Oak 1 xtention Tables, reduced
to f22.R0, 927.50, f32.R0, fSR.OO
and f 12.R0.
Fumed ' '.ik I'uffrt r< in • t 922.50,
920.R0, 937.R0, f42.R0 and 950.00.
Golden Oak Dining Chairs, reduced to
fI.RO, 92.40, f2.RO, 92.75, f3.25,
9-t.RO and f«.75.
Mahogany Kxtcnsion Table, reduced to
98.V00.
Mahogany China Closet, reduced to
95R.00.
Rosewood Miri r, redured te 917.50.
Mahogany Cane Chair reduced to
915.00.
Mali'>ganv B >kia«e, redured X 950.00.
Mahogany Desk, reduced to 910.25.
Mahogany Dc-k Chair, reduced to 90.50.
Ivory Enameled Chiffonier, reduced to
9-12.50.
Mahogany Dressing Table, reduced to
957.50.
Walnut Chiffonier, reduced t< 9-15.00.
Walnut Dresser, reduced to 955.00.
Maple Dresser, reduced to 950.00.
Maple Chiffonier, reduced to 942.50.
Maple Dressing Table, reduced to
937.50.
Oak Kitchen Cabinets, rcduccd to
930.00 and 935.00.
< >ak Drc*-crs, redu> >>d to 913.50,
915.00, 917.50 and 917.50.
A Clearance of Odd Rugs and Art Squares
Odd Rugs that have become soiled from display, and others that have sold tiowi
to a few of a pattern specially priced for clearance, as follows:
KAZAK ART SQUARES, 7-6x9. special
$7 50; 9*12, special $1050; «pc
cial $">00; 9x15, special $11.50.
AFTON ART SQUARKS, 7-6x9, special
$5 50; 9x12. spei ial $10.50; 9xlo-6, special
$9.00; 9x13-6, special $12 00.
KILMARNOCK ART SQUARES. 6x9,
special $5.50; ( 'xl2. special $17.50; 8 3x
10-6, special $9.00.
KILBRIDE ART SQUARES, 8-3xlo-6,
special $7.50.
A Special Selling of Lace Curtains
Unusual Values in Discontinued Lines of Lace Curtains
To be Featured for Tuesday:
SPECIAL *5.00 PAIR—
This offering includes Swiss Applique,
Lacct Arabian and Drawn work Scrim
Curtains in fine grades and a range of ef
fective patterns, 2}/j yards long, in ecru
and Arabian color. Sharply undcrpriced at
$5.00 pair.
▼ 1 ■
SPECIAL si.or. PAIR—
Exceptional values in N'< ttingham Curtains in a variety of patterns, Of"* l '
ing the cablc net and plain weaves, 2)/i and 3 yards long, Edge* finished with p*e
ent ovcrlock edijc. White and Arabian color. Special $1.95 pair.
—First Floor, Asstt
50-Piece Dinner Set
Special $9.75
mwM
FIN I*. German Pemi-Porcelain from the
(;n tor\ of Villeroy & .Lao hi Dresden.
The decoratidn is a pleasing poppy design
•ill firm lillic
50-piece Set, special
('■«!: Chiffonier red :■< -1 to $184(0 ira
-9 iO.OO. ™
Satin Walnut Drr-stri, reduced to/
$21.50.
1" uined Oak J fall Hacks, reduced tt
915.00 and 9io.r>o.
f,olden Oak Hall Hack, reduced tti
912.50.
Willow Chair, reduced to 912.50.
Mahogany China Closet, reduced to
9*5.00.
915.00.
Mahogany K cker, reduced to
Fumed Oak Table, reduced to fio.ee.
Satin Walnut TaMe, reduced to fe.ee.
Walnut Chiffonier, reduced to 93240.
Mahogany Davenport with leather nub
i' us, reduced \< 875.00.
Mahogany Chair, reduced to 92540,
Fumed Oak Library Tables, redoctd to
922.50 and 825.00.
Mission Rocker», reduced to 91040,
915.00, 916.50 and 828.75.
Mission Chairs, reduced to fiMe,
930.00 and 943.75.
Davenport Sofa Bed, reduced tt
935.00.
Brass Beds, reduced to 910.00,9)0*,
*20.75, 920.75 an'! 931.50.
Iron Beds, reduced to 92. 85, fUS,
94.50, 97.50 an I 98.50.
L'ph< Istcrcd Mahogany Chain redacedto
932.50 and *00.00.
Mahogany TaMe, reduced to 950.00.
Mahogany Desk, reduced to 90040.
()ld Knglish Chairs, rcduced to 027je,
932.50 and 8 15.00.
Mahogany Library Tables, reduced to
945.00 and 955.00.
DOOM-: ART SQUARES, 9x12, speciil
$15 00.
SCOTCH CALEDON ART SQUARES,
10-6x12, special $14.00.
AX.MINSTER RIGS, 8-3*106, iptcU
$16 50 ; 9x12. special $17.50.
BODY BRUSSELS RUGS. 8-3*104 V
cial $22.50; 9x12, special $22.50 ud
$25.00.
WILTON RUGS, 6x9. special $1*00;
8 3xlo-6, special $36.50 and $+5.00; WZ
spccial $40 00, $42 50, $45.00 and $4&00.
—Second floor. AasU.
| SPECIAL $10.00 PAIR—
Very fine pr.i<lcs of real Lacet Arabia,
Swiss Applique ami Brussels Lace Cur
tain--, mounted on nets of high quality
2'/j and 3 yards lonp, ; n white, Arabian
and ccru. Exceptional values at $10®
I pair.
50-Piece Dinner Set
Special $12.75
T7i X.TR A - LIGHT - WRIGHT 1
porcelain, with border dcfll" 0
quoise-blue, insertii'iis of tiny
enamci effect .in.! •' ! edge.
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