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•iSB WARCHE'S I'Swit Clt ARAMCE SALE
RADICAL'REDUCTIONS IX> EFFECT A QUICKjjU^DANCIEj_J
NOISE MAKERS FOR NEW YEAR'S EVE—FOURTH FLOOR
— SEATTLE HAS NEVER WITNESSED AS —
THOROUGH A GARMENT CLEARANCE AS THIS
TAILORED SUITS FOR HALF STREET COATS HALF PRICE
M4M Malta—Smartljr Htllorwl modal aof (I AS MM <aata ow<> of atbaltnaa M<l w*br (i IB
wool serf* Raducad to, aach f4>9o naw mllturaa. Haduood to
• IVM «alta—r-« modal* In wool Mrs*. •Q AC »lo*» «»•••—»n*d* of diagonal and fancy »C AA
Raduca'l to Joat .... tQilO mlitur* matartala Jtadu.afl to VwiVU
|1 ill «alia—amartljr tallorad modal* of (1 It C •12.50 I'Mtt-huilKiM mod*)* In lib*- •fiO C '
»r|> ami woratad R*.luo»l to #|it 9 Una* •-Mnohlttea and mixture* for VVIIV |
|I*.M Oaiia—<-l.lc mortal* of naw mannlah *Q AC •14.8* t'aala— f boaal*. *trti>e'l affa. I* AC
•area* RadUcad to fQlfw fancy mltturaa Rodaca.l to I |l(«
IIO.M Italia— hinilaotn* modal* In **r*a« *A IB • !».#• < aala— I aMneMllaa mlltura* and »Q IE
an.l Mkmali nr WW* I 9 I «Ha«onal* R»d»oa-1 to. aa -h »J'l J
.3T^. rt n AZj" r .v,o ndnob $12.25 '^T!:!:"*r*'"r f ;, ,B "" nu . i11.}5
a.!. a 2a i £2 of broadcloth. luateleae* ZJj *6
m.M «alia—of broal.lctl. «r*a« acd |4 JIB and Ottoman cloth*. Reduced to . Jf4. I 3
nobby chariot* are redorad to ... VIH *I W IM.M (eale— tl.-r'ra m»da of motet!** anjl_h«nd
taHa—of broadcloth, bedford and CA «-ma ottoman c.ofbe Reduced Ml EA
poplin, prtrad for Clearance (tale at.... 911 i3U I to #11 >«IU
jy ALL FUR PIECES AND FIR SETS AT •*/
WW CHILDREN'S $1 SO WHITE ANGORA StTS FOR 75c WW
MISSES' $16 50 FOX FLR SETS PRICED AT $8 25
WOMEN S $29.50 B'ACK FOX MUFF.) AT $14.75 EA. J
WOMEN'S $60.00 BLACK FOX FVR SETS $30 SET
WOMEN'S $75.00 MOLESKIN SETS FOR $37.50 EA.
J W —Second Floor of Tha Bon March* W
Serious Price Cutting at the Shoe Clearance
Woaea's IS u4 $3.51 Shoes al r ™ Woaea's $3.5# a* $S Shoes at
$1.95 $2.45
A splendid lot of womfn'? f fl|L M*> Women'* black velvet and
$3.00 and $3.50 Shoe#—includ- f h y B' rravenette Shoes A good as
, AMr sortment of »i*e« to choose
ed are patent leathers, pin- fr m They afe made lth
metal and vici kid and alao a medium round toes and mili
few pairs of black suede shoe., \*W heek ™» #, y. li#h
K j flf lasts. $3.50 and 5? 00 values
Made with Goodyear welt and foT j 2 45 a pair
hand-turned sole*. All aiies. —upp«r M «in floor of T*» Bon March*.
CLEARANCE BARGAINS FOR EARLY SHOPPERS
From 9 to 11 A. M. Only—No Telephone Orders Accepted
20c SATEEN REMNANTS 8c YD. 75c BATTENBERG SCARFS 29c
Heavy Sateen Remnante— 86 inches In wld'h. Hand mart* Hattenberg Scarfs- si le 17*4*51
Id all color* and black Very lustrous. length* Inches lltwne centers—3 pieo patterns. Heat
Ito 8 yard*. From 9to 11 a m.Bc a yard. quality braid and rings. 9toll a m , 29c eacti
—Upper Main Floor. — Third Floor.
20c TABLE OIL CLOTH 10c 6 l-2c CRAUIES AT 4c A YD.
Tafile Oil Cloth—one and a fourth yard* in Printed Challlea —full bolta, perfert Rood*, n
width. A great variety of design*. Come In mill j Inch** wide Hhown In (Vralan and Oriental dc
lengths. Priced from 9tolla. m„ 10c a yard signs All shades Not over la yard* to each
—Third Floor. 9to 11. —Lower Main Floor.
TIE lie OUTING FUNNEL IS (>« V A
PRICED FOR TUESDAY AT vv J«.
Outing Flan not—full yard In width and 'n
length* to 15 yarda. Oood. heavy quail'.}- —
neat pink and blue stripes Not over 12 yards
to each purchaser. — Uwir Main Floor.
Hurrah! Here's Groeery "Bargain Day" Again
For now that the holiday ruah la over and delivery vane are no longer loaded down to the guard*
with rocking horse* and such like, we are able to resume our popular bargain Tuesday In the purr
'°odEconomical hongwwlTe# to hear this bit of news
CM> »— *— «pi»n<tM quality. all Atmere'e Mlaee Step*—the hl*b
*-■*' »,i IA. »st *r»!« cond"fi»ril Mln* «• ft .
pound. 40c 18 LBS. PURE CANE SUGAR &•« ,-.M
Para A*pl+ Mutter—aeii . '« br«n4 non* battar all r^adjr
pura and wholwom# A 1 /"X £\ for your plai. <f f i
1 * 2l# Kf 11 rfi 1 liC
OrnngF W»rwil»<> "T»a _ r £* r * /% M I Irw fliufrr TahU lUlilm—Runr*
4+n brand Htrlctly Ofl#» 11 #/ w m ant#**! ntw crop Thr»«
purr Priml a pound 4Uw A pound 12V**. 4 Ai.
( aaßfi Ofalrra— N f » 1 9\%% C*M Para 'tno OriMllltd Hognr It iiUai'atgi * a , i
— n*w pa' k ' poun4» for tr if - Ur«4 *!?»■ U»t Mlrd «n-*d „ u ,..„i miTturi.
Oyatari ti or. <*r Vv worth r t « •uftai »r ' [ '* ? ,', rr t , 1 ' '' '
i - . • * « I> I • « f >~ <IJI TIo I*o n»* i .
Rrllaara I orj - b'»' i£. fleur not Inrluded l-*rk»«M |sC
. '«n" 1 ZsC aweef Pet a teee—"Splendid quality. I.re—Purity Brand f tl,«
cans, prtre.l. a an -se-ss rata i, lfll g w ,£ P „ta very b-st Prlo.<l for T-.». ■» I
Plum P««rl'»* braiifl to#( p rl , R j, ou nrt Li C day. * -an liC
one of the best No 2 <-an« JC« hi.,,. tnt. rt '-rIH ml- n«lil»« —rrlmrose biatxl
at Ws-Ko 1 ran* ... * *J*» W*w Wise* Wwtn—-aplanaMlmj«- . , N „ "5 efcni „„„„ ft ,
r-Me »al«—e««ll*nt qu.llty n«" Priced, a pound 19C J^f 1 t ... T' C
To-p r "nd e «arka for . 18C W.l.u'a-.-tood else t's« pura- l.r*. bottlee Q
' p . _M«»flow«r lent quality T7iar*ni«»rt in.all bnttlM. jJC
n * w crop lK> " n "**' Vmr * quality. n»«
I. nouSS mm IP. Vm Bstetss—Tbomp. wop Prl<«(1 for 4i .
one-pouna cans |QQ cap stemmed. T..e.da> a pound 14C
'' Rilltanii" A Q « Dal Mont# <<pnra|iia Tip*—N*o 1
rrrinlum flaklns , 11"" pound 9 V a«4*iar# tftii n«w park 4A M
M»vf | ow.r StHctl JJj ImltMSD —Ca ' |» 19c
J C Pwra < Idrr Vla#««WrAwi
CMMMrt — ■Plandlil IDC ' • 1 10'r
OOl* . . «a a. I a]L
iUC W VhJJ i ~|np * 1,1 in •. i•• »s Brand
Hmmmrmmt —or ap«yM<»t» ■ ".} 7 " - * f5 M Qr ii Prlcad 4 <li .
quality. ' "ound cfl. Priced Tuesday, a can ......W* bottle 1 2.• C
box** prl"»<l ... uuu Psr. nierk rrpp»e—ahßolutfty Amino.le—M»ivfl"w.r Mrnrift ft
Pure —guaranteed «trl<-tly pur» i' in<l pa'-ksK" !«'• Ift. tr« »troi »f I.lk'i «r«it« |M|
pure. I tgh (rrnda Coro* IH'irnl >4 pounpl lUt l«fi» bntflea It iC
ran* -t4-I">und 11 1 . —l oerll. floor of Ta. No. (far
cans I I »U eb#.
I ml+mdmrm-— JnttrlU
SSMAROC
, I'lkff llrrrt, tlrrnnil A vrmir, I nlnn Hirrri, J
DELICIOUS lie CHRISTMAS P p Ik
MIXED CANDY PRICED AT *1 1U-
Red Chrlstfnas Mtitore--toothsome randy
that all children like The regular 10c kind, on
■ale Tuesday at Just 5c a pound. Buy a pound
or two. —Fourth Floor.
THES CATTLESTAR
BBVLEYS fOEM TODffl
SAYS SHE WAS CHLOROFORMED
roiITI.ANH, Deo. ZV A weird story told the police by Miss Kohu
Kvmns, telephone operator, of being drugged by alleged firebugs, who
shot chloroform at h#r through sn open window while she was working
at tha board tn the Home Telephone Kichange Is being Investigated
Miss Brans *u found unomaalous by Policemen Kellogg and (look,
sanrmoned by tha red potlcw signal fight flashed by "Ontral." The po
lio* could deteot no odor of ahloroforra.
Ther* h*»* been a number of fires here recently, and before each
Mtea K*ana declare* she was called on the telephone arid told not to turn
In an alarm, as II would be false Hhe believes she was drugged by luri,
she says she overheard Chrlstmaa morning plotting to burn the home of
W. O Oreen
Mix Kv*ns works the early morning shift, and was alone In the ex
change when the alleged attack occurred
AND NOW Col. Roosevelt has made the Chileans hot. Those
touth Americana will find the colonel almost as goo 4 a* a hard coat
burner, if they handle him right.
IS GOING TO CLOSE SALOONS
POIITI**N"D. lie* It —"We are going to Copperfleld We are go
ing to close up the aaloons there, and we are going to do It right.'*
In th»*se terse nentenre* Oov. Wi>«t answered, todsy, when a«k*<]
concerning the situation In Copperflrld, Maker county, where citizens
complained that condttlona wrrn deplorable, and that the law* are b.
ing disregarded by the saloonkeepers Tha cltliens even stated that
their Ihes endangered The governor did not go Into detalla as
to how he would close the saloons, whether by use of the mllltla or not
He said "There will lie some daveioptnenta aoon "
Gov West waa In Portland, attending the meeting of the Interstate
bridge commission, which Is selecting an anglne+r for tha Paclflo high
way bridge arrosa the Columbia riv«r
NO WONOER Tammany I* aora. Now York's rsvanwa for tan
montha past totals 1190,000.000.
HAD THE DEVIL IN HER EYES
CINCINNATI, Dec l». Hobert Maroney. aged IS. an actor, todsy
shot and killed bis wife and daughtar Franca*, aa they alept In the Mou l
Walton here He waa arretted.
"1 killed my wife because abo had tha devil In her eyes." Msroney
told tha police "The haby also would hava tha devil In her ayes hs>l
she lived, so 1 killed ber, too.**
Ths police think Mamney la Insana
BIT THAT Kmporla. Kan., rnothar of 21 chlldrsn dossal spend
much of har tlma at bridge wfclat partita; that la, away from home
GOT CONSOLATION IN CHURCH
rapt R D Thompson, for ?0 years s sea captain under the Rrlttsh
flag, thrilled an audlnnrw last night at the Y M C A with a story that
he was converted to a different life years ago tn Now York ona nigtu.
when ha saw a sailor thrown out of Owney (ienghegan » sporting rasort
and later sent to Itlsekwell s Island for vagrancy He said that aflt-r
living a wild life for years, be got his first resl consolation wh«n hs weot
to rhurc.h.
BOWLING FOR woman who wsnt firm, shapsly limbs Is sdvlssd
by Lllllsn Rusasll. What's th* matter with tha o'd-fashlonsd broom, or
rolling pin, Inatsad of the ten pins, Lllllsnf
RUMOR NOT TAKEN SERIOUSLY
ROME. IW C!> There seemed no likelihood that any action would
be taken toward exhuming the late Cardinal liampoila s body for sn In
vestlgatlrm of rumors that perhaps he did not die a natural death. The
reports have not. In fact, been taken very seriously. Their only basic
wss thst the rardlnsl died rathsr suddenly, though he had been In poor
health for some time, and thst his will could not he found. Ills friends
were confident, however, that the document would yet turn up.
AND GODDARD HAS TWO MORE
Today Is the last for tho adoption of resolutions by the council riio
milling chsrter amendment* to the voters In Msrrh Councilman tlod
dsrd has another amendment on tap It de»|s with a proposition to
abollnh the board of public works and the appointment of a purrhaMr.i?
agent by the mayor.
THREE ARE INJURED IN AUTOS
TACOMA, D«ki JO Threo persons srs suffering from Injurlea re
celved In four automobile smoxhe* yesterday. The Injursd Mrs Ulch
nrd Velth, wife of a prominent Jeweler: W. Hlgble, manager of a garage
and s young *on of J. J Hocking of Humner.
REBELS USE U. S. CARTRIDGES
MKXICO PITY. D-'c. L'ii That the rebels in Northern Mexico am
using quantities of ( tilted Htutcn army ammunition waa asserted nl tin
war ministry here today. Mvery federal commander In the field, It wi<»
said, had reported finding I'nlted Htatc* cartridges.
DEMAND RELIEF FROM CITY
I/)S ANOKI.RS. Dor. 29 A committee n t n niß*» mpetlnß or
mictnllHin In conslderlnir ptnnn Tor n demon*lration of tin- tinrtuployi il
It hn» Ik-ph utiKKfutid I hut nil por*nn>t without work the street*
to the flty hull an<l demntid relief from the city council.
STRUCK AND KILLED BY AUTO
LOS ANGELES. Dec. 29.— Florence Parsons, 6, was struck
and killed by an automobile while playing "Follow the Leader"
with her brother,
TAKES HER LIFE BY HANGING
LONG BEACH, Cat., Dec. 29. —Mlas Fannie Isabel Prltchard,
26, formerly of Genesee, 111., hanged herjelf while In a fit of
melancholia.
DROWN WHEN LAUNCH UPSETS
NEWPORT BEACH, Cal., Dec. 29.—George Hutchlnso.i and
Leo McLaughlin were drowned and eight others narrowly es
caped a like fate when a launch capalxad off Newport Beach.
THE CRIMINAL S APOLOGY
«»h. y«a I m guilty, right enough;
It m I n't no use to throw a bluff.
An' yet, I Boci*ty
Kin share tli» iriilll along o' tnil
I ain't the kind to weep an' whins.
Hut. s*r —wot chance. wot chano* was mine?
Born In • <Ilrtr. reeking slum,
Wh*r* decent ■imltKt't nevar eofie,
An starved for food an' starved for air
Through all my yeara of boyhvod there.
While avll things, an' low an' mean
Was nearly all tha llfii 1 seen,
Of oourss, I k rowed to bo a touch,
A hoodlum, and a bad young iwugnt
nut even then I might uv born
Reformed to be *ome use to men.
If. every tlma I laft the trull,
They didn't alam me Into Jail,
Whore thieves an' all that rotten orew
Would teach m* worse than ail I knew.
Oh. yea. I'm gufltr; th«t la rlear.
Hut every guv who's llstenln' hera
An' all you swell* an' goodly folk*,
Who sniffs at me an' such Ilk* blokea,
la guilty too- along o* ma.
An' will be till tha world la free
Of stlnkln' aluui* an' rotten hole*
That poison people's heart* and souls.
An' cheats 'em from their very birth
From every decent ohance on earth.
I ain't the kind to Weep an' whine,
But, say—wot chanc*, wot chanc* was mineT
—RBHTON RRAI.BY
FREDERICK & NELSON'S
SALE OF FURNITURE
(The Thirtieth Semi-Annual Event) * j
THE Sale embraces large assortments of desir
able Furniture from the best makers, including
suites and odd pieces for Living-room, Dining-room
and Bedroom, modern designs and period repro
ductions, at prices that set a notable standard for
unusual value-giving. This advertisement de
scribes a few typical Sale offerings. -Third an* F'.nrth Hun.
Genuine Leather Easy
Kemarkabl* value in a Urrg«,
■ O r„tful, <lrej>-«eated Leather l
WWL I-ounjfinjj ( hair or R/xker, with extrm-aoft,
F®'l A deep b,cl< ' very ' lc "' ra,)le pattern, extremely
comfortable Covered in genuine leather,
u J Semi Annual Sale Price (Chair or Rocker),
A Few Other Typical Sale
Values Are Pictured and
Described Below:
Semi-Annual Sale Price Semi-Annual Sal* Pffcx
916.50 922.50
Mahogany Chair or Rocker of the pat- Very heavy Satin Bras# Bed, chaMM
tern pictured, very comfortable and at- in design and high-grade as to couairao
tractive, and covered in good quality tion and finish. Pillars are 3 tnchaa la
tape,try. A tvpe of chair that will har- diameter jl-inch top rail and filler* HmA
. . , ... . stands 60y t inches high. Semi-Aeewl
monite with the most refined surround- $22.50.
ing* Semi-Annual Sale Price, 916*50.
Semi-Anntial Sale Price *
"piri frr; iff * 27 - 50
'I )* >f ij Massive Fumed Oak Library Table, at
= EVffrl I ' MW tractive, practical design, quartered graia.
n f L"I I r Top meas «res 30x48 inches. Semi-Anntnl
f 1 , f Sale Price. $27.50.
Semi-Annual Sale Price if
Rocker in new pattern, with leather cushion J
back, from one of our best makers of mission .jHMifllfbf'MH
furniture Well-built of quartered fumed oak, with 1 I — ' \
best grade goatskin cushions. Chair may be had I l ' fmjf 1 | \vl
to match Semi-Annual Sale Price, for Chair or | yjy
The Best Garment-Buying Opportunities of the
Season Are Afforded in
FREDERICK & NELSON'S SEMI-ANNUAL
READY-TO-WEAR CLEARANCE .
WOmcn's, Mi--(">' and Children's Garments in the Winter's Most Desirable Styles and
Fabrics at Unusual Price-Reductions. f
—Sscond Floor and Bassmsat l>T— mm
§ Regal Quality Ranges
rTIIIF. Regal Range is one of the best low-priced
Kitchen Ranges obtainable, from the standpoint of
construction, design, efficiency and economy of opera-
To close out a number of these popular Ranges-in
the cabinet-base Biodel, the stove section quotes" them
at the special prices, which include water con-
If water connections are not desired, deduct $5.00 from

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