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THE BON MARCHE CLOSES AT 6 ON SATURDAY EVENING
THE VERY LATEST PENNANT SENSATION
•CLYDE LUDWICK' PENNANTS 15c
| 15cf 15c ,5c V W'V ,Sc I
1 Each J Each < Each J Each T Each f
Mr J" From Original 'Clyde Ludwick' Drawings
No coupons are required to obtain these beautiful Pennants just come in and
hov all vtm want to at 15c each. ... • • . „j.,
' They are made from original drawing*— by Seattle * famous impressionist artist.
Clyde Ludwick. and reproduced on felt in beautiful color
These pennants are 15x36 inches—and will make ,i delightful addition to luing
different designs in the series—you will want the whole srt when you -re them
TMt MOUNTAINEER —VANITY \ ONLY j IN ADDITION TO THE CLYDE
~ I _ _ \ lldwick pennants we have a
* .».( .»EC,«EN-euM» E » I ,| P FyLL LINC OF COLLEGE. SCHOOL.
THE FLAMt AND WiNTI R ■ r%|# STATE AND NATIONAL PENNANTS
ALL DRAWN IN THE WELL KNOWN \ JL VX/ ( AT lie
CLYDE LUDWICK STYLE EACH ~'° n ,h * Four,h Toy ft*op
Special Clearance Sale Bargains —Jast for Tuesday
Women's $1.25 Wool
'ter wool, alao allk and
wool I'nderwe.tr, "Foc
•at Mills" make; Test*
with lon* »leere*. panta
ankle length; slsea 34.
3C and 3«.
—Lowir Main Flo«r.
A CLEARANCE SALE OF SEASONABLE BEDDING
SLM VNtaup Blankets Sl.7* , ifrV. ■ 75c Blrrbrd Sketh Str iarh
100 pair* of Woolnap Blank- I JOO doaen Bleached lied
eta. In gray only: else 70*110 I I Sheets. alae *1190 Inchea and
Inchea. aoft wool finish. 15.60 M *l*»V Inrhe*. seam leaa, made
value, on sale at ll.it a pair from (nod. round thrnad she«t
Taaaday. .1 f Ing. S»e each.
S4.M Blankets $J.7S a Pair f \j\\ 1! l-2c nilaw fase* lie lack
W> P*lra of wool and cotton 1 \l\\ Ull A jftO do«en Bleached Pillow
mixed Plaid Blankets, alie #6* \ \|\\ \\l\J ytiT/&\ CaM '* else 4253« Inchea.. me
(o Inches; aoft lofty blankets, dlum weight, »p«-< lal at 10c
In Mat plaids. $4 60 grade. *'" rh ot 124<\ on
SSJI All Waol Blankets 14.75 IJiji | $3 sasatla M Spreads $2.75
10 pairs of strictly all-wool 11, 3 Satin Med Spread. *lse >li
Plaid Blanket*, else ««i*« 1# , ,A 90 ,nrh *" «" o ' , f,n «*
sr-ATbS-III 1 "1 }r
Slf ' IF Lower Ma.n Floor.
Sic WML BUSS COODS. 31 INS. WIDE.
29c a yd.
niiß USUAL SOe WOOL ORES# GOOOS AM
REDUCED TO 2*c A YARD FOR TUESDAY—
your pick of plain none**. novelty check*
and atrlpe*. diagonal* and plaida—ln good color*
Upper Main Floor of the March#.
On Sale From
9 to 12 Only
No Telephone Ordara at Thaaa
lie laßtkerdriefs 4c Each
Women'* Lawn Handkerchief*,
with all-around or embroidered
deaixn*. on *ale till 12 Tuesday
at 4c each Uppar Main Floor.
25c CattM Shirts lie Each
Children* heavy Cotton Shirt*.
al*e 1 to 8 year*, only 10c. till 1-
Topfidar. None to
—Lowtr Main Floor.
2#c Sateea Llalags 7c a Yd.
Mill end* of Sateen*. 3fi toche*
wide; lanntha. 2 to * yard. ZOc
value, till 12 Tueaday at 7c a
yard. Uppar Main Floor.
lie Cray Eaa»eled Ware 5c
Odd* and end* of Enameled
ware, Including Upped ftouce
Pmna. Milk Pan*. Puddin* Pan*
and Preserving Kettle*, till 12
To«»dav. 6c. Lower Main Floor.
BARGAIN TUESDAY IN THE GROCERY STORE
12 l-2c Pkfl.
New Reliance Cur
ranu. full pound [>ack
»«!4*a "rala fir.»..!»•—« _'^ rv
plaaalnc roffee Jyf
tot«. parka*# fc fc 1#
Clew's Cfffni < tPtnp*>nnil
—all r*a'ly to mix Okf
KmporatH —"*trm fancy
guar*nte«<l n*w rrop 1 1 j*
J.out i ■ •. - I II
RilffWiT'a ft ©'flock Tr« >fc-lb
Happr Hnmr Mfted I'lM Vo
a late can* regular 20c !7 f r
Vilfl , cm, I I '.'l#
lllm **l»leld « or»—n*w. «"IM
pack; No. 2 *!zc 4 4
tcr ad« can III#
L lalf.il Mtreet, NemaH Areeoe. l-lke Atreel.
'Kayser' 50c Sample
Wool Cloves. Special
Women* nn<l Chil
dren's knitted wool
Olove* and Mlltem
alio some sllkn. ami
many Infanta' Mittens,
at 25c a pair; worth re*
—Lower Main Floor.
■ I i
WOMEN'S $3.51, 14.00
AND $5.00 SBOES
— $2.00 —
A collection of *everal
broken line* of woman'*
Shoee —will he closed out at
$2 00 a pair Tuesday; good
atyle*. In patent leather,
brown suede, cravenette and
Kunmetal calf; moatly but
toned. mo*t *lw* In the lot.
—Upper Main Floor.
17 Pounds Best Cane Sugar
With II 00 rro'-rry order, not In HA
rltidlnK ftufcar or Horn No* owr /Hi)
17 pound* to a customer ai thin M ril
PriwfMf No t """
H*r» Krni^—N" 10 • '<"1
label, white nyriip. 55c
Hlplilkvh llnwil I'lrhfd !•*•» Q Q f*
(Irana S-lb. package ... |9V
Coffer WwholHufr flr»> 4Q a
I J w
llrl Ifoßtr 4 prlr«#»— n#tv
Cillfornli iprlcoti; Wo 00#*
2' a n\n > una CO i#
l*»irr < nnr Mint Maple H«r«ip~
if ;i •, f |<. wt f ». r n ful . ft| ■• • •!
plnl hottlfi C 4 v
25c Wool & Fleeted
Hose. 3 Pairs lor 59c
w< i*ht Stockln**. h«a*y
ra*hmere wool. In rray
and blue gray and
heavy fleeced cotton.
BalbrlgKan colors; *t*ea
&V ®. >0
—Cower Main Floor.
Bress A Skirl Lnglks at $1.25-11.50 Fabrics
69c a yd.
Draaa and Skirt lengtha of high-grade, S4-lnch
Wool Draaa Good*—for Me a yar 1 In plain and
novelty worn ted" fine aerae*, cheviot*. broad
doth* and aultlnca All rolor* and black.
—Uppar Main Floor of th# Bon March*.
- SPECIALS ~
Special Bargain* for Tueaday
15c Berkley Cambric 9c a Yd.
4.000 yard* of Berkley Cambric
In mill length*. Ju*t the projier
kind for underwear Not over 12
yard* lo a cu*tomer at thl* price
6c Printed (hallles 4 l-2c Yd.
Printed ('bailie*, 24 inche*
wide, full bolt*. |>erfect k>mhl», In
Persian pattern*, in all shade*.
Not over 1& yard* to each.
10c Dress Percales 7 l-2c Yd.
Percale* In Unlit and dark
*tyie*. IftiKth* to 10 yard*, with
neat pattern* Regular 1 \alur,
on *nle at 7>*c a yard
60r Bleached Sheets 49c Er.
100 do/en lt|eached lied Sheet*.
*ir.e 81x90 Inchea. with flat cen
ter *eam*. made from Rood mill-
I in. at 4!ic each.
—Lower Main Floor of the
Riiakrl'i « «»*•«•■— r *>pr «sln r
«r*d» s 9ftr
poun<l run fcU w
llrl Monlf TwiWlBW IWfg> «I*I»
No if c*r> Nolld pH'k. Ill*
Mirril»!«•«! I lirnimiil biKt qmllt\
•tveet utd fr**) 1 Q
pound I j v
♦ lilp llref—Wpkii'lM quality <;<>V
* naJlah Mrrhkfn-<» T>|— fin*- qiinl
It* f - K-jlh' .-!o f\ C
C \) If
riiurnln* lirHf qunltM. IM-W
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THE SEATTLE STAR
25c Seeo Silks and
Been allk and mercer
lied Poplin. Z"! Inchea
wide, at 19c a yard Seen
allka are dotted awl
plain In a fine line of
—Lower Main Floor
Medium dir." Hantii
Clara Prune*. 9c ll»
Hie |i«*n|tU» liNvit no k now «n auch ftin.tt#*m.'' declared Council
iimn Ooddard. r«*|>l>-In«r to a query ni thit qui/ rougrr>aa. Saturday night,
with r»'f«»rwnr«* to th« location of brldttea a<roan tin* government <mial
I hut l« *hy the ftuthorltlea have IhetnaH vea decided that Htxtb av. I»
a better locution than Tenth a v."
• • • • •
II C I'lgutt unit Judge Richard Wlnvnr «*nmily were the favorite a
with the quit congrcma crowd. The quli'waa conducted under the an*
l plct*a of the flood (lovurnment leagu* About 4»« people attended. A
K. (Irlffltha and imoihh It Worley were al*o ic >11 !•*«!
• • • • •
Huh H' Mkfth. candidate for re «•!»rtlon to the council, hap been
|ueahlmit of that body for two yeara, and haa been throughout an advo
cate of progreaelve and labor meft»urea
• • • • •
.linlKf Wlnaor in I(i c-ml no wnrd* In referring In anme of hi* rival*
lit l ilt'i'lnrcil h»- wanted lit I)!' ma)nr mi h* l»» knixk mil thr 2nfle
of I ItJ>ll»!InIn In imhlli itffn|rK
• • • • •
HeplylnK to I l> Trenholme * rrlllclam, Aualin K ilrlf'ltha dedarea
that In- hu« lienn mivni hiiiik roninilaalnn novernmeqt for four yeara,
and not only alnre he hi>< utm- a mayoi nil > candidate Tranholnwt ha*
declined to debate th« dialilet veraua at larae plan of representation
• • • • •
While the rnunrllinanlr election I* nonpartisan, strong opposition
to i H Fltignrald, th« llallard councilman. hn* developed, herau** bo
ai led #r: on*- of thn "hand picked" delicate* to th« Aberdeen Taft rwn
Mate Senator I'ltny Allen, |ire»lilenl pro tern of the la*f *esalon.
*111 not fll«- for reelection. he announce* Thla practically secure* the
republican nominal Inn In the 33rd district tn William Wra% na Itepre
-■•ntatlve \ Irtnr /.ednlck I* centering hi* attention upon landing one
of the two year eouni'llmanlr |ol>*
• • • • •
lie ..th hit heen a member of nrguiilied labor for SO ve*r* and
wa* Ikilli president and Imslne** iinent of the t'eritral Labor Council
lie la a cook b> trade
• • * • »
Thin I* the last »i-ek In %hlch lo file for the charier revlalnn com
mlaalon Knfflatration will cln*e February 10 On Friday and Malurda)
of (hi* week, the reglstration honk* will Im taken to the tarlnus pre
clnct* the*e «||| l.e the nnly two da>a line may register outside of the
• • • • •
Mayor Cottertll I* too much like a woman, declared M (' Plgott,
Ihe anti-cafe candidate for mayor, ul the Ureamland maa* meeting,- held
Sunday night. at which Iticbnrd H Wlnaor «aa the chief *i><-aker The
latter talked on the Kellgtnn of Socialism ' Itoth Wlnaor and PlKntt
were well reorivt-l though the meeting was callwd hy soetallats nrlmar
lly for Wlnaor
• • t • t
Pljtott xald he came loto the campaign In order lo Inject the prohl
hltlon l**un Into It.
"TOWN IN REVIEW" IS A HIT
One of (he < tevereat amateur production* In Heattle «t> wllHM**d
by an rt H O hoiiM at the Metropolitan theatre Saturday night, when
Th« To*n In Itevlew ka* prfAt'tiiwl. under flu* auAplrc* of the Young
Men * Helm-a n»»iH lat|im. The hit of !!)■• evening w»» Hurmw Kubey,
the alnglng tlollnlat* Two tote *ho danred In Japanese roaftime. with
the tirlaha I'tioriifl Mlm Hel**ti (ilurk and Maurlre Krledman In *ong,
Mia* Jennie l< v|n at the head of the "Pullman Portar*,' a comedy:
Prom l.urla S M I* *In and Mian Florwnc* Roim, In aong
number*. Alan *<-ored traniendoti* applatiae
The chortia work of thr firat part w«* e*cept|onally good The *ee
• >nd part of the ahow wan a aketrb, written hy young rhlllp (Sro»i. en
titled ('onwlfiitw, In which H»m W«l»f|»|<|, well known to Seattle
theatre folka alnre the day* of tha Kuan l»ramatlc arhool. took tha prm
clpal part. The laat a<-l waa a Potlatch arena on Herond av.
COMMITTEE WORKS FOR T. R.
Th<>maa J f, Kennedy, deputy proaecutlng attorney, and Jerry
Rlorrian. former prealdent of the atudent b«>dy. were appointed Haturdar
at a meeting held hy alumni and atudenta of the fnlveratty of Wash
ington. a* a committee to <!e\li»e a ay* and mean* of heat furthering the
movement to bring Theodore Konaevelt here aa prealdent of the unlver
■A aecond meeting will he held Ktlday noon, at the tatnt plare
GHOST AIDS "THIRD DEGREE"
M>H ANGKI.KB, Jan 2<i —A ghost that appeared snddenly ye*'er
day In a darkened room and demanded "Why did you murder mo?" waa
used by detective* in an effort to forne John II Orondln. a young drug
gl*t. to coofe** the murder of hi* wife, (irondln * attornev declared to
day In an attack on police "third degree" method*
Mr* X- 11a Orondln wa* found dead on October SO. 1913 Reside
her wa* a note containing «hat purported to be adml**lon* of Infidel
Ity, and declaring the belief that her husband "would be truly happy
wtlb the woman who loved him."
IT'S RISING, SAYS YEAST MAN
TACOMA. Jan 2S limine** I* picking up all over the country, ac
cording to Jullu* Ftetachmann. president of the Klet*chmann Vea*t Co..
one of the Kaal * big capltallat*. who I* now on an Inspection tour of
the company * plant al Hutnner and the varlou* agencies
"I think we are In for a good year In all line*." he *ald today "The
currency law I* a *tep In the right direction. The tariff law w||| not
retard bu*ln»>*». In my opinion
Money la ch<-ap In the Ka*t, and I believe one of the few thing*
needed to *tart thing* humming I* to grant the railroad* requeit of a
6 per cent lncrea*e In commodity rate*
STRATHCONA FUNERAL SIMPLE
I.ONIKtN. Jan ">> With a ceremony remarkable for ll* *lnipllc|ty,
the funeral gervlce for the lale l,ord Htra'hcona and Mount Koyal, high
commlaaloner of Canada. »a* held today In Westminster abbey. There
wa* n notabU la< k of pomp and dlsplav In the ceremony, the private
I service at the home, the public reading of the ritual In the abhey and
the Interment at High (iate. but many of the empire's greatest notable*
FADED BY MRS.
Kveti J W Bryan'* fullest Chautauqua contract In failed to ■ dull
whisper liy the price placed by the supreme court of thin state upon
the eloquence of Mm Clarissa Hallev, fit,l4 Ninth a*. N W, Seattle
Mm llalley, a middle aged woman of Indian eitraction, disagreed
with her attorney* and addressed th" supreme court her»«lf during lit#
last term. Saturday the court reduced her n*»c**ment on Improve
ment* of (eighth av N. W from 522.4&2 to 15,n 1.1 14 Mr* Hallev * elo
quence of one hour «M worth J17,«n0 to her.
MAY IRWIN, COMEDIENNE, ILL
PORTI.AND, Jan Suffering Intensely from acule neuritis May
Irwin, the famous comedienne, starring In "Widow by Proxy," tva* con
filled to her room al the Hotel H- nson today.
The concluding performance of the "Widow by f'rony" wa* not
given here ln*t night, and her engagements for one week have been
canceled It was believed she will be well enough to open her Seattle
i engagement at the Metropolitan theatre after that time.
LEAVE FOR SEATTLE TODAY
DKNVKK, Colo, Jan. 21'. "Political Influence In so fur removed
from the decisions In thin regional bank question that will not pn
j mlt It* suggestion without an apology."
Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo made this statement today, ills
cussing Hi' rumor repeated liy Henry \\ Yates, Omaha banker, In I.ln
coin, lust Hatnrilay, thai politicians of the administration had agree'
to give Denver a regional bank, Iti return for votes for the tariff l>
j Senators Thomas and Shafroth.
McAdoo and Secretary Houston early today resumed their Invest
'gallon of Denver's claims to a regional bank. Twelve witnesses we
The party will leave here today for Seattle.
WOMAN HURT BY STREET CAE
Another name has been added to ihe list of people who have been
injured by whldea In Seattle during the pail few weeks. Genevieve
Cook, It 11 K Alder st., sustained a fraeture of the right knee Sunday
night. when she was ■truck by a (Ireen l.ake ear al Second and James
II The Mil' crew declare Alls* Cook attempted to cro;-s the path of the
1 slowly moving car and stumbled
NOT HAVING succeeded In riding California dlplomatlcal-
ly, Japan says she'll try "lome other way." Why not a new
treaty ynder which Japs shall not own real «ntate in America
Americans shall not own real estate In Japan?
Frederick & Nelson
Store op or)* at ft JO and cAj.ie.i at SJO \
Early Arrivals in
Women's Spring Suits
Show Developments of Interest in
Material, Design and Coloring
THF. vogue for hip draperies and tunica brings correspond
ing prominence to the *hort coat, which in many case*
will lie extremely abbreviated, and of the bolero type These
early arrival* *how equal favor for the elongated shoulder,
Ihe »et-In sleeve* and the modified kimono sleeve.
Material* represented include Epingle, Novelty Kponge,
\\ ix-il I repe, Mavadere, C a« adeu'e, Bengaltne Radiant and
Novelty ( heck Suitings. Prominent colorings are tango,
mahogany, taupe, blues, wistaria and sage-green. Some
smart novelties are shown in black and white checks.
Salient Features of the New Fashions Are
Indicated in the Four Models Sketched
Two-piece Suit of navy
blue eponge, with full skirt
and hip-length tunic. Trim
med with Roman-atripe gir
dle and collar and "straw
Two-piece Suit of sage
green novelty eponge, with
i 4 sleeve*, «ilk faille collar,
tie and cuffa; skirt in a
graceful, two-tiered model.
HOME OF THE GREAT MAJESTIC RANGE
A Special Purchase of Women's and
Misses' Coats to Sell at $12.50
Features Exceptional Styles in Two Attractive Models
A COAT OF WOOL BEDFORD
CORD in navy-blue. Copenhagen, dark
gray, mahogany, light-grav, brown or
olive-green Three-quarter length; self
collar and cuffs; satin-lined and well
tailored throughout. Sizes 14 to 44
Cups and Saucers
Set of 6
fl f Jlj TL L USTRATED
ViV L arc two of the
styles to sell at this
special price. They
are of thin china,
one decorated with
three gold lines anil / \
gold edge, the other f •
a graceful shape of t \ /
pure white. Special, \1 — iVjW
the set of six, 7t*t-
600 Yards Veiling
Reduced to 25c Yard
EXCEPTIONAL values are offered in
fine Shadow and Mesh Veiling* at
this reduced price. Black and desirable t
colors; reduced to yard.
Union Suits, 50c
WOMKN'S Mcece I.incd I'nion Suits,
medium weight, desirable for present,
wear, unusual value a\ si>c.
Two-piece Suit of mus
tard-color fancy eponge,
coat sharply cut away, silk
tapestry vest; two-piece
Two-piece Suit of black
and white novelty check
suiting has two-piece skirt
with black tunic. Trimmed
in old-blue silk.
O HARP reductions^
lien -alcrn on this Wm
of small Rugs, .nme
which ;trr slightly
Odd corners and l» r?f
doorways may he fOY .
rrr.t with 'election* f rom
this offering at a decide
Two 30x60 Wilton
Rug reduced to fl,y|
Three 27x54 Wito*
Rugs, reduced to •I.W
Four 27x54 WDtoa
Rugs, reduced to 9245.
Two 27x54 Wihoa
Rugs, reduced to fg.jf
One 2 Rxs-3 Wihoa
Rug, reduced to 92.5 d.
One 3x6 Wilton **
reduced to 93.00.
Four 27x34 Rody Bn»
sels Rugs, reduced to
Three 3x6 Velvet Rup
reduced to 91.25 each.
Two 3x6 Ax minster
Rugs, reduced to f2.1l
Four 3x6 Matting Run
reduced to 75# each.
One 30x60 Bath
reduced to 75#.
One 27x60 Bath Rag,
reduced to 7St.
One 3x6 Bath
reduced to 92.00.
Two 30x60 Bath Ron
reduced to 91.00 each.
Sale Square, First Floir
Special 55c Yd
for undertnusliiu aai
baby dresses are that
dainty Swiss Etnbroi
derie* with Valencietw
edge. They are 27 inch*
.vide and are exception^
value at 55< yard.
A COAT OF WOOL F.PONGE in 1
smart draped model, lined with mess»- j
line silk and trimmed with velveteen
collar and cuffs. Sizes 14 to .V. Colors,'
black, navy-blue, Copenhagen -blue,'
brown and gray. Special, 912.50.
— S»lf»ro®» I
Odds and Ends in Milfr
nery at Reduced Prices
A lot of Untrimmed Shapes reduced
Black Silk Velvet Shapes reduced te
Trimmed Hats reduced to 91.00.
Children's Hats of Corduroy, Velvet, ind
Plush reduced to 25#.
Misses' Tarns reduced to 50#.
Fancy Ostrich and Stick-ups reduced
Fur Bands reduced to 91.00.
Ostrich Bands reduced to 75*.
Misses' Wool Hosiery
3 Pairs for 50c
MlSSliS' Black Seamles* Wool Hos
iery. fine ribbed, sizes 5 to 9j4>
tractively priced at, 3 pairs for 50#«
Women's Suede Gloves
Special 25c Pair
ASPKCIAL selling of Women's BU<*
Suede (tloves, ill sires 5 1 j
with fancy linings. Kxceptional value * i
2.V pair. _n...n..nt