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This Bon Marche Sale
of Men s Overcoats al
Because the Coats Are the
$17.50 and $20.00 Sorts
If sire ranges were complete. we would not dream of reducing
1 . . prices on tlir*.< popular $17.&0 anil $10 00 Ovorooala, hut a busy sea
|l- • ' sun the busiest the men's etorw baa ever had bae left many kbi>*
IB " v ,n tbc ' overroat *tock*.
VjK' : HjH That 1* why wr are *rllltin th«<»e coat* for lnea than they am
Iff m l SB rrallv *<>rt!i The> are nil lair mlm boiiik aw Urn now b«!(.-<i
ImT ' ■ ■■ back* —and all are excellently tailored.
|| . - J II IN CHINCHILLA. FANCY TWEED AND HEAVY
fil " 1 Ml VICUNA OVERCOATS
■Ln- S'V ■■ ALL SIZES FROM 32 TO 44 INCHES IN THE LOT. BIT
ftt* J ■ I ONLY 20R3 OF A SORT
PI VII MAWNAW JACKETS fff '***"
OOOD OMV VT ?S.
Boys* Youths* and Young Men's Overcoats ]jsr •
Prices Range From $2.95 to $10.00 if \
SIZES U TO IS YEARS. IN THREE qI'ARTKK (f J . I > If#
UCNOTH COATS, with either *bawl or convertible collar* belted ,| J * ;♦ 5 _ BJ[
back* —and made of fancy all-wool. Scotch cheviot* and chinchilla If/ 1 'J| 4 L C\7j
cloth. In fancy gray, brown mixture*, "lain brown aud blue* Prtcm) ' | ' if'
$6.00 to 110.00. Smaller sixes, Sto 10 —In Ku**lan or Norfolk also ' . /f .l 4r i
®otn» thi»*-quartrr coats, with shawl collar* |: li lo W. I jwlrH ! 1 '
BOYS' $5.00 SUITS FOR $3.95 I S^JMIJ
BOYS' WELL MADE SCHOOL SflTß—Sailor or Eton blou»r ITh TW ifi£l |a
style*—Russian or llustrr Brown. Norfolk or Ikmbte llrea*ied 111 \JL
effect* —slse* 3to 17. They're of caadmere*. wor*lr<ls. twerd*. -a
Cheviots. Suits 6to 16 years. e<iulpp«-d with 2 1 air* |<anU. Mr
NOT A BIT TOO SOON TO SELECT GIFT HANDKERCHIEFS
Women'* Ise all pur* llnsn Women's Bos of Handksr. HLiT ,
Initial handkarehlafa — with chlsfs—four and six beantl kAiN J
J neautlftil embroidered floral ful enibrotderwl hfitj.!krrchl« , M JDIL ! I
/ 1 d eaten • around 4A. In handsomn picture box
I r 1 # irftial lUw Other* have 3 all pure lln--n I
I ft I handkerchief.. Cn W%flk
| t xyy ■ # Women's all pura linen llox wUO . ''~ a
H•• Hf handkerchiefs—dainty hand Children'* Novelty Boa IK,* ' JStl
I; I Of or machine embroidered flonft rtandksrchlafa-put up Sln / \S>
I U and conranUonal deninti telephone, trunk, suit raw orl *%,
Wa==S==«J Dozen. 92.71— *1C« fancy barnt wood box. AC. —— "^p?
each 49C Fi»r <3C ——i
■ —Upper Main Floor of The Bon Mar*hs.
EVERYBODY IS COMING TO THE TOY SHOP
sot "mrauu" k» mus 'jjtih.. iijs m iestner m rtu jointed
St IRCIES IN BEIIiIT. ft! 23 INCH DOLLS. PRICED JUST.
$1.49 —-$1.49
n«w 33-Inch Imperial kid body y P "Keatner" full Jointed d«>!!s the
Ml* —have beautiful bisque heads. t famous "Crown" make— beautiful
laagtitnr months sleeping ryes, sewed | blsquo head*-sleeping ayea, pretty
win. They are hip jointed and hare "V. U sewed wl*s They are dressed In
vail made bodies. Come with fancy / Hr \ chr "" lm ' «»<• h**" eralasbes
. ... ..... L\ \ 23 Inches In helitbt.
■tippers and stockings. 11.9* values V I
lor $1-4#. |i I I aa» Tfay T.wa 'Hmr
W conductor rna«k (lck»t ..ffi . •«-
Ullpsilj II lis Kl4«— riinit an- I railroad and sleeping car ticket* 09C
breakable character dolls ever Afl. I _
mad*. Priced at ...-VOG I / w «e4» * rloH|w4'a with ad)>i>!
I f »b;e *prlns *M*t* #t.»l enam"l*"l g^ar
DJS sad 01.2 ft Packet Flaafc IJaht P" P «tron« *teel wheels. SI T». S3 as-sa.
beautifully nickeled metal In many F~Tl rsct l
Priced at 83c I*a SlslG \"u )| lr»« Rtpma Waa»a* at eel
' * 1 1 h -#t»«l wheels. well laada—out-
N. >Nw<k run M run .'.I. enameled red m.i.t. Painty
V* •■ T st ,rA 2 .: 50
THE SHETLAND PONIES WILL BE HERE ON SATURDAY
Bring the Children to Have a Ride On Their Backs
tky mi if ur in Tit fifth Flee* rut rooms
Along with Santa Claus awl the merry %n round awl all the ret r»f ttic Christmas
attractions.
The poniet are just as quiet at kittens , there is no danger of anv little one
getting a spill—and its such ftin to have a ride on a real live pony.
ExtraFancyCrcamcry
Batter, 35c a Pound
Or 3 Pounds $1.00
Th« Twrr finest quality ettri
fancy creamery hotter—apeclally
prloM for Satnrday onlr—3Sc pound
—2 pound* for |1.()0
Parr rnaal HaWar —on* nf ilia
beat and puraai brnnda A 41a
pound 1 I*
•MM r.ymra fine. dry '.Id
■toe* —Kuarantaad to pop. A .'J —
pound I V
Qaakrr Oa«»—a fr»«h ahlpment
luat recelvad. A I|)a
pack a** I Ul»
Qaalcr f'<*roflaliee - fr*ab and
rrlap—make de<lblou* break g,
faat dleh A paekn** 11l
Hayflawrr r«i»*er—regular Mc
30c
■alliaa Milk Hoar Ho* Ilia. tl.
•at* -In bulk Prb »d. a pound lab
Para Apple Hollar famoua Tea
Oardari Firanil I'ureet ni'l 4 41.
Beat. A pound I t*\*
l.ady Uaahlna'un llcana «pl<'ndld
quality —S pound pack>ia*» 29c
Kllaaw rat Wararonl lha vary
baat quality. Priced, a C.
pound . * Oil
llrl llaala I'lneapple No. 2 1-2
«lz.a rana <hn ><• lei,ruled I>® I 4Aa
Monte brand -priced, a 'nn. .191*
rJtagrr laapa -freeh ahlpmant Juat
racelwad. Priced. a 4 Aa
pound I IIU
Ura *ee4eif ft ala lea aplandld
nuailty—(fuanuiteed i.aw irop Q _
Priced, a pound p.ickn** 9la
— Fourth Flwif.
Glal to wrap and mall jreur i hrimlmmm parkmmm for rw.
S&MARCHE
WBTit-
Saturday Special» In
Underwear
75c Vests and Pants
—50c—
Worn»n'a Koaaet Mill*
hand trlmme<l vaata and
pant*—*!/..-« )« to u
craam color—fnadlum
walKht. nor each
$1.25 Vests and
Tights
—$I.oo—
Women'a I'nreat Mllla
S-4 wool veat* and
tlKhta alao allk arid
wool—medium llaht or
heavy wcl*tit .11 to 3g
65c Union Suits at
—50c—
IV»y»' anfl ifirl*' union
Nltl - lii'iiv V Wfntff
w»-lKht lln«rl
cotton —«tlv**r kr»y col
or 2, to. 16-yrnr
f#o«- Mtllf. # .
I.nw*r Nfaln floor
"Gorline" El Cie
Perfumes, 25c Ounce
Ourllne at Clo Perfume* are jioy
ular priced quadruple outran* -
with delightful fracrrnnca and |a«t
In* qualifier The fol!ow|n« odor*
LILY Or THE VALLEY, JOCKEY
CLUB. HELIOTROPE. WHITE
ROSE, CARNATION, CRAB AP
PLE.
LILAC AND NYMPH LILY.
' I'.lcaya » I:<in iccaay tollat
■k i' iiu 33c
H. and Vlnlrlfp l>r I'arma Kiir-r
l-nmlrr th« (tie Hntur- «ft_
•lay for jac
Kulhymnl 'I .Mil H I'eaia r«(n- |a
for I ft C
Rfial H«; Hna Tt'« aba<>- Aa
lutaly pur- nl>c alt* for vwf*
ItiiMirr I n*hl»e Hair llru.haa—
r. > ulur II ,',' i viihiea 70C
Null f**J 1• j of flexible -trr).
10c
•O->1 ulr Tfmn Horn* -thf ro^dtfir
f r 0 C
I Ivlf-fir r'n ( ixiorlN ♦' Jf|
I d C
MrnlboiHliiiu n<» r rn* Hh'Hjld hi
without If - *j/<>
for Z9c
W Hlle I*l nr I migt HaUani ll will
help rout cou«h 2'.. alee |i.
"»* 14c
Tonta Hrnalin fin* quality white
brlatle* I.< moili 4A -
f or 19C
—Itpper Main rioor flon March".
THE SFATTLE STAR
TOEM TDDJ9T
|y,:'-«g -» THE DAYS OF OLD .
H<iiih'llmh m lulling f<> (In- "f
|Hm 1 When mm win- |i|Kk wllli .1 l runty Mads;
-J \Vh«'l» <lt ii <11 >■>• atrutti'l In r Ilk unit gold
Htt -■ \ 11.1 lllc' tln Iff I"" 1
Win n lift. W. 1.1 flll-.l >< Ith 111. ol<l Romance.
XVlth ciiurtl> itia'iiii'iM "ml Htiiti'ly ««>«,
o7lm. And hrttw Ailvmitui had half «-»uii.««-
Neath Urn smllltiH Hhlca nf itir Uood Old I>n > a
And yet nnd yet tiila thought kewpa mining.
imjMhWfl Th«y had mi iiluiiibliig'
f j Th»rr'a a wondrou* thrill In the rood old limn
KV|», I i»l When gallanta fought (or ■ gulls tit king,
| , f I t I And #11 m••hi guy hm ii lilting rhymi'
J j .v*. " I And life was a rollicking, joyous thing;
J l • , j When Mllntd rodo fottli In a ii .irl- t coat,
11! I I With »|iot|i«»» laoo at hla twck and wrtal,
l { \ I And a rallliful aqtllrn al hla aide to note
I J J Th«> demla hi' did and the tnalda he klaaed!
K>l L Y«t, for all hla deeds, and, dear, hn held >m,
I I J j Mr hatlu'd hilt aeldom!
! » i r
f I I •onti'llmi'ii long for the daya of old
II And algh to climb from the modern rut;
Jt Then I think of the caallea, dim and cold,
• J And I think of thu t<oor mau'a alrlt-aa hut;
j K ; J I think of thi< candl"* thejr u«ed t»r light,
J t'j rj I Tim lumbering atase they rode upon;
j i I I I think of the Might that (mam-d for Hlght,
i f 1 ! I 1 And I'm glad the uood old daya ham gonsl
If ] J j I They were |ili-ii'nnt tlaya for tin; hero dapper,
» f i |lut I'm do mraH>er'
KNABE MURDER TRIAL BEGINS
HIIKIJtY V11.1.h". Ind., No*. IK The trial of I>r. Win It t'rnlg, head
'of the Indiana v-ttrlnsry t-ollege, charge! with murdering It I
Knabe, a well known woman physician In Indianapolis. and former slat*
pathologist. began her* today. It waa rgpected a Jury would !>•• tin pan
eled by Monday
l«r Knabe. an Austrian by tlrth, am« to America at the age of :o.
and bad t»»» here t& >nn Hho was much Intel est.>d In physical cul
tur«. and attracted much attention for her |wrf<M-(loa of tortn She
wiu found dead In bur apartment about two year* ago with her throat cat
Tlw prosecution maintains that t'ralg had been «nsum| to her
that the engagement had 1.. « n broken off fust before the murder, and
that Irss than an hour later Craig waa seen In tlie vicinity. Mevera I
weird tlirorlM have I—en adti»r*d ntmrcrtilM the character of the do
i ImH he would make. but itw probabilities seemed to be that he wotild
offer mlilmi" to show that I* Knabe waa d<«p<-rai»l; embarrassed
flnanrlally; that she comml t ted suicide. Mid that her friends removed
all nidi-new of tbo fari that ihr died by ber own band brlun notify I nit
th« pol!c#>.
The case waa brought here on a change of venue from Indianapolis
VAN HORST IS IN CITY JAIL
Pending <h« outcome of hl« fight against eitrtidlllnn, (Seorge Van
Moral, i«rdoned by (lot l.tster laat summer, after wnim ten « esrs at
tt'aila Walla for robbery, will (>e held at tne city Jail for th« Canadian
autborltlea lie waa arre#led Thursday it l.opei laland. by Provincial
Constable Oreen and City Infective Klllln of Vancouver. It. C. He la
wanted on a burglary charge, and a!«o In connection with the disappear
j anew Y Owaga. a Japan.-*o boatman, who la believed to have b«va
' murdered
Van Morat and a man named Jama* who has been arrested
at Victoria, are alleged to harp chartered Owagas boat, and at a poln'
oa Vancouver Inland put up a camp. Af'-r a few day* the camp and
boat were burned up lllood stains were observed In the wreckage after
two of the men left. The third man waa never seen again. Van llorst
denies aiiv knowledge of the Japanese
In I SOS Van Morat attempted to rob Thomas 8 Uppy, the Seattle
capitalist. at hi* borne, and waa sentenced to 20 years.
HOBOES TO MEET SUNDAY
AH hoboe* are Incited to the ron
rentlon called for Kunday after
noon at the l<abor Temple by Jeff
Davla. president of the Mnboes' In
ternational t'nlon The cot r*«n
tlon will b» opened at S o'clock.
"Our aim at tha convention."
*ald I>avld, I* to provide some
BEACHY MASTERS THE LOOP
BAN DIEOO, Nor M. —Uncoln Hrarb*jr, lh« aviator, today ha*
outdoor th* KTwnrhman. IVkoiml. tn hi* aeronautic f*ata of looping th«>
loop and flying up*lde down. Hcarhey. at the aerial tournament yea
t#rday over th® ComMtfn polo fir Id*, lontm) th# loop In his biplane
three tlni'-* In *u<ve»*lon son feet from the earth
The PYetichman ha* been able to do thi* no nearer than 3.000 f««et
ileachey I« tottay on hi* way to \V M *htn|rton to teotlty at tb*
government Inve-itltatlon of lt» aero equipment. brought to tiotlee by
th« ri-wnl death* here of f.leut* Kelly nn.l Klllngton. In n fall with an
j antiquated aeroplane
HE CONDEMNS FAKE AUCTIONS
WASHINGTON, Nov "st*- (>»»•« said, "Is concerted action by
nnndatlon of fak" anctlon asle* .the merchants associations. The
was tolced here today by C. Oros sus
taining < ach comiiiunity should not
venor Itows, editor of Ibe Ns (m stibje< ted to competition by
lion's Iluslnesa," the official organ ail'tlonenrs snd fake clearance
of the National Cltamber of Com sale*, especially when the promot.
merce. ers tif such anlea carr>' but little of
"The real cure for this evil," |the community's burden"
WHO SAW THIS BIG METEOR?
Did you see the streak of brilliancy seeding through the sky, Just
n trifle above the Smith building. Thursday night, about in 30?
It was an unheralded meteor, that appeared about the size of a large
can of tobacco, with a brilliant tall about bO feet long
It was so bright. on« srarcoly could look at it without blinking.
AN ABSENT-MINDED WORLD
[way of caring for homelea* women.
I Th»r cannot sleep in hallways and
In 10-cent lodging houses like nx»n."
The contention will also urge
other lat>or organlMtlona to take
• Imllar action to that of the Heat
. tie !*hor round! to repeal the
! present harsh vagrancy laws.
FREDERICK & NELSON
btore Opens al B:3o—Closet al 5:30
CONTINUING SATURDAY, A SPECIAL SELLING OF
IVOKY PYKALIN TOILET ACCESSORIES
Women's and Misses' Separate Coats, $9.85
Jp * 'LL-LF.NGTH and shorter Coats in advanced winter
V styles, suitable for general outing and business wear.
Vejw They are well tailored from Boucle, Diagonal, Fancy Coat
ing* and Zibelines, in pray, navy-blue, black, red, tan and
medium blue, and arc very attractive values at 90.8!».
Skjf WOMEN'S AND MISSES' SPORT COATS, $7.75—
f)A Misses'* sizes and women's sires tip to 38 bust measure
)* V ment in thr<e smart coats (or outing wear. Made up in
* Duvetyne and heavy mackinaw materials in ro«e, mahogany,
green, navy and pretty plaid and stripe color combinations—
plain and belted effects. Price $7.75.
WOMEN'S TAILORED SUITS REDUCED TO $9.85—
A clearance lot, comprising finely tailored Suits, princi
pally plain effects in serviceable weaves of serge, cheviot,
diagonal and wool Bedford cord in a good color
range, including black and navy. For clearance. 99.85.
— Baw»tn*nt H*le«room
Sturdy School Shoes
BOYS' Gun-metal Calf I-acr Shoe*, mafic
over a (till high toe last with extra
heavy double vie Size* 10 to 13, J2J.O©
pair; 13J4 to 2, 92.50 pair; 2,Vj to 5,
*2.75 pair.
Boys' Tan Wet-weather Shoes, lace style,
with bellow* tongue, made over comfortable
last with full double soles. Size* 10 to 13,
$2.25 pair; 13;.. to 2, #2.75 pair; 2%
to 5; j, 93.25 pair.
Boys' Patent and Gun-metal Calf Button
Shoes, with Goodyear welt sole; «i*es 10 to
13. *2.25 pair; 13# to 2. *2.75 pair;
2) j to sy t , *3.25 pair.
Misses' and Children's Patent Button
Shoes, foot form *tyle. with cravenette top.
Size* 6 to H, *1.25 pair; B'j to 11.
*1.50 pair; 11'. to 2. *1.Z5 pair; 2}4
to 6, *2.25 pair.
Misses' and Children's Felt Slippers, fur
and ribbon trimmed. Size* 5# to 8.
75* B'j to 11, 85* pair; 11# to 2,
&•»<* pair. —JU»em»nt Salesroom.
Bungalow Aprons
Special 45c
BUNGALOW Aprons of blue chambray
gingham in kimono *leeve style, made
with wide belt, turn-back cuffs and pocket
and finished with white binding. Special,
—Buemcet SalMnoa
Beaded Evening Scarfs
50c
DAINTY Evening Scarfs of beaded chif
fon. in pink, blue, white and black, 2
varils long and 18 inches wide, 50*.
—Ha.emont Salesroom.
Neckpieces at 50c
AN" assortment of fancy Neckpieces, in
cluding Lace Collars, Net Fichus and
Collars. Jabots, Stock Collars with Jabots
attached. Waist and Coat Sets and many
other pieces. Attractively priced at 50*.
— Baltiroom.
Vanity Cases $1.00
AX attractive value in German Silver
Yanitv Cases, fitted with compart
ments for cards, car tickets, powder puff
and change. They are also fitted with
vanity mirror and measure sx2# inches
Price *1.00. -Basemen. SslMroom
Women's Hand-bags, $1.00
A LARGE assortment of Hand-bags to
choo*e from at this price, including
Leather Bags lined throughout and fitted
with coin purse, also styles with two side
pockets and double strap handle, and many
others. Attractively priced at SI.OO.
—• Baiemont Salesroom.
Women's House Sacques
Special 38c
WELL-MADE, attractive House
Sacqites of cotton velour, patterned
in floral designs on grounds of pink, blue,
lavender, tan and «ray.
They are mad* with three quarter sleeves,
wide collar trimmed with satin ribbon and
are finished with ties of self material.
Special 38<. ■*■•»«»
Chiffon and Net Waists
$2.95 and $3.95
NEW arrival* in dainty waists of chiffon
and net feature many attractive high
ami low neck styles, trimmed with laces,
ruffles and embroidery. The color assort
ment includes white, black, cream, brown, I
Copenhagen, olive, pink and cerise.
Prices, and «3.»5.
—B&iemeot S»!earoom.
Children's Rain Capes
i Special
$1.95
•W7EI.L MADE
*" Rain Capes <i
(food quality sateen
over rubber; made
with storm hood, in
navy blue and ma
roon. Sizes 6 to 14
chase enables ns to
sell these Rain
Capes at this low
"Sunfast" Draperies
Special 25c Yard
A SPECIAL price on the popular "Sun
fast" materials, so effective for over
drapes and valances. Thrv are in hair-line
stripe effects and may be made plain, with
wide hems or trimmed with narrow fringed
edges and may be used without lace or
scrim curtains if desired. The color assort
ment is complete, including shades of
brown, green, rose and blue. Thirty-six
inches wide; special yard.
CURTAIN SCRIMS, SPECIAL
YARD—
Included at this special pricc are colored
border Curtain Scrims, plain linen mesh
and Etamincs in cross stripe and satin
stripe effects—all good weaves, well-fin
ished. with smooth, even threads, assuring
good laundering quality and excellent ser
vice. Forty inches wide, special 12J4^
y —BiMmMt Salesroom
Silks for Fancy Work
75c Yard
Rl \l>Y with an excellent selection of
the silks that are required lor making
up into slipper bags and other novelties for
Christmas gilts, including Flowered Crepes,
Heavy Two-tone Brocades and Roman
stripe Silks. Price 75<* yard.
Shepherd Check materials in staple as
well as novelty weaves, 42c, 50c, 65c, 85c,
$1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 yard.
COATING CLEARANCE AT $1.65 YD —
Closing out a number of pieces 4n good
quality 56-inch all-wool Coatings in g ra )
and brown shades at a specially low prhe,
the yard, $1.65.

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