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Special Offerings for Saturday
WESTERMAN & M
SCHERMER'S js>k
New Store, No. 2 JL\
Located «t 103-5-7 First V
Avenue South. Corner Yesler. ff % r
First Avenue's Biggest , / \ Jk
Clothing Store. \ t\ aI
You the nio-t for \>>ur *>1 I » V ||l
moncv when vou buy one of r>u ' Vl^
$15 -1
SUIT**
We -how all colors and all *tyle:»—Pin Stripe* in
Black, Blue and Brown A Big Selection of l-lxtra
Heavy Serge-
Headquarters for Union Made Clothing,
Shoes, Hats and Furnishings.
Extra Special
For Saturday
SI 50 and $J.OO Dre-- Shirt-, separate collar* to
match—
$1.15
WESTERMAN & SCHERMER
STORE NO. 1-220-222 FIRST AVENUE S.
STORE NO. 2.-103-5-7 FIRST AVENUE S.
"60 STRONG ON COATS"
We Told Our New York Buyers.
They Followed Our Orders
and We Are Swamped.
The early season prediction* were all indicative of a
heavy business in Women'* Coats for this spring and sum
mer We wired our New York buyers to buy strong on
all high-grade coat lines and they have obeyed the-e orders
so literally that we have got to call for help And when
Hoffman calls to the public for help to unload a stock
there's something big doing in the way of bargain prices.
We have l>een selling more coats than ever before in
the history of the store, but there has been a shipment com
ing in every day until the store can't accommodate the goods,
and for the next week coats have got to move quick in this
store. Theie i everything that is made in coats in this
stock —Balmacaans, Long Coats, Short Coats, Stout Coats,
Slim Coats, Plain-tailored and Fancy Coats jn all materials
At Half and Less Than the
Ordinary Prices
One hundred new fancy Coats, Balmacaan and other
styles, in moires, honeycomb materials, etc.; values up *to
$30, at $17.50 Choice of 150 Fancy Coats, all material* and
styles, good assortment of color; values to $20, at $12.50. One
hundred twenty-five Fancy Coats in all the new styles and
materials; regular $16.50 values, at $8 95. Two hundred
Coats including long and short lengths to fit odd size and
••toijt women, in silk, serges, etc.; values up to $25, at $6.95,
$8.95 and $12.95. $20 Chiffon Party Dresses, $7 95. $10
Ratine Dresses, $4.95. $15 Silk Poplin Dresses. $7.95. $10
fitie Serge Dre->es, $4.95. $7 tailor-made Skirts in honey
comb and shepherd plaid materials, $3.95. $10 Fancy Skirts,
$4 50. $12 and $15 Fancy Skirts, $0.95. $3 brocaded Seco
>ilk Petticoats in tango, Kelly green and American Heauty,
$1.00. $3 Silk Messaline Petticoats, $1.95. $5 Silk Messa
line Petticoats, $.195. $1 Sateen Petticoats, tango and
other popular shades, 45c. Misses' plain tailored Suits, in
whipcord, etc., $15 values, $5.0f). $2 Cardigan Tennis Jackets,
striped and assorted colors, 50c. $3.50 Percale House Dresses
in extra lar<;c -i/.es, special at $1 (JO $5 Dresden Crepe
Dresses, $2.95. Fancy Chiffon Wai-ts in tango and other
colors, values up to $7 50, at $2.95 and $3.95. 500 Kimonos
in >>ilks, crepe, etc., values from $3 to $15, especially priced
at from 75c to $7.95. Roman Violet Talcum Powder, 15c
value, sc. $15 all-wool blue serge school girls' Suits, $7.50.
$20 All-wool Suits, $9.50 $25 All-wool Suit*, $12.50. Fine
lot of all-wool Misses' Suits, in various materials; values up
to $30; special ;it $7.50. $60 samples of imported silk pop
lin and moire Suits, all shades; sale price, $22.50 $.17.54") to
5"50 saniples, silk and Moire Jaunty Coats, kimono sleeve'-,
•ale price. $1250. $15, Sl7 "0. $20 $" silk crepe petticoat',
UMgo and all shades, cut to $1 95. $25 fancy tailored Spring
'uits, in serge of all shades, $14.95. Three hundred fancy
and tailor-made Suits, all materials and colors, regular value
up to $45, for $22..5T). Choice of 125 Suits in value tip to
$30. all shades, materials and styles, $19 50. Choice of 75
Suits, in value up to $25; good assortment, at $12.95
Hoffman System Tailor-made Suits and Coats included
in this sale at special prices Balmacaan Coats made in our
own shop of all materials. Skirts to match at / the price
of the rnat.
Hoffman Cloak & Suit Co.
1316 Second Avenue
Agency McCall's Patterns
PHOTO PLAYS
Mlllan Qlah I* on* of the beau
lift of the photoplay world tfhe
will be aeeti In Home, Swwl
Home." a picture written and
played around the rikml old aooK
At th« Tlvoll until Saturday night
Is presented a thrw reel photoplay,
"The Fangs of Hate." a stirring
melodrama and a very Interesting
love stor\ It features a g)l>*y
camp, depicting the hatred of tin
leader of the band for the hero,
whoae lift- la mvml on MVtral orin
*|on« through the lotr of one of the
female members of the band A
stirring court room scene and a m-ii
National Mcape of the murderer,
only to meet hla end In a lead on
collision between two locomotives,
are the feature scenes.
Tonight la amateur night at the
Tlvoll Amateur performers com
pete for prizes, which are awarded
by the applause of the audience,
• • •
Robert l<e«n»rd. the Keg star. Is
featured In a comely, " A lloob In
cogaltu," at-the Altiambra. which
relates the sad IT) experience of a
romantic maiden, who would mar
ry a count because her father was
a rich man. However, I'apa was a
loyal American and discourage*
her fond dreams. Ho Introduces
Hob (.eonard as a count la married
one. with children). Hob takes the
part of a married man so well that
her dreams are shattered and the
sweetheart she had overlooked
comes In for hla share of attention
The South African feature. "lH»n
gers of the Veldt." and the picture*
of Alaskan wild animal life com
plete the picture program
* • •
"A Romance of the Kverglades"
la a two-part Kdlson drama at the
Dream theatre today, with settings
of the seaside resorts of Florida
and th«* Bver*la'l-"< Wayne |:.v
row resf-ue* N'orah Kverett from
drowning In the swimming pool of
a gigantic hotel In Florida an
unusual meeting In which a rather
an usual romance develops.
s • •
"The End of the Feud." a story
of Southern life at the Class A to
day, features Pauline Hush, the
I'nlvemal star. Two families, hot
beaded as Southerners are. try to
settle their quarrel with the gun
The scene opens on a fight, follow
ing which a minister calls upon
the two leader* to make peace and
lay aside their arma A love atory.
woven In. threatens to open the
fetid again, but It Is also the cause
of It being dropped forever With
this Is a thre»».part Thanhouser
drama "The Mlaer'a Reversion."
dealing with Hindoo magic
"Mow Orwn H«rM III* Mother-
In-law" U ■ Joker roinp'ly to b»
h»r* noon (hat promla** to tw
a rib stinker.
'Thick" Morrt»>n. who haa been
with the Am»rlc«n Mutual for three
yearn can do any atunt on hora«<-
back tie wa« horn tn Colorado In
a town named after hla father,
"("hick" la distinguished under tho
Mutual brand aa the father of the
flrnt Mutual baby.
IJltlan Olah. of the Mutual, haa
been transfer rxl from (he Reliance
to the Majcatfe brand The firm
picture to be rrlmwrd under thla
brand featuring lb»*lr new star I*
"The Hunchiiark," a two-re«l
drum*.
Alhambra Until Sunday Night
"The ItftnKer* of the Veldt." three
part drama; "Wild Animal Life In
Alaaka"; "A Boob Incognito," He*
comedy.
Claaa A Until Saturday Nlflht.
"The Miser* Keveralon," " reel
Thanhouaer drama; "The rtathhouae
Oeauty," Keystone comedy, and
"The Find of the Keud," He* drama.
Clemmar Until Saturday Night
"Memotie* That Haunt," two
part drama; "Callfornla'a Canning
industry," educational, and two
coined lea
Dream Until Saturday Night.
"A Ftomanc* of the Rverfiadea,"
two-part ICdlaon drama; "And He
Came Hack," Ksiinay comedy, and
"When a Woman Guldea," Olograph
drama.
Melbourne Until Saturday Night.
' Mke Father I.lke Hon," two-reel
American drama; "Intercepted (Jet
away," Majeatlc, drama. "The Fatal
[>re*a Holt," comedy, and "Mutual
Otrl," No 13.
• • •
Grand Until Saturday Night.
"Thieve*," two-ree| drama, "Mu
tual Weekly." world'a. new*, and
"A Happy Coercion," American com
edy.
• • •
Colonial Until Tueaday Night
"Judith of Met hu I la," four-part
drama
Tlltkum Thuraday
"The Oraaa Howl," Kdlaon drama,
two reela, "The Heatlea* Woman,"
Olograph drama, and a good Melia
comedy,
RESIDENCE THEATRES
At the Home Until Sunday
"The Cat'* Paw," two-reel drama:
"Hllm Hogan'a (ietaway," drama;
"Hlh Favorite I'Mntline," comedy
At the Pleaaant Hour Until Sunday
"Th<* Wye of the Government,"
three-reel feature; "The Mutiny of
Mr. Uenpeck," comedy.
TMF. STAR-FRIDAY. APRIL 17. 1014
and ■(•(mi by 1> W Griffith.
Mlaa «il»h ha* bwa plnyinK lu
Rellanc* Mutual. Ilut. a* folk* will
well rniifiultrr. ah* uard to lw> In
th« lllograph romi any.
LEGITIMATE THEATRE
MUST SPEEO UP. HE BAVS
NEW YORK. April 17.--Tb*
legitimate (hnalr* moat compete
with th« 'movlea,' but w»'r» ready
for thr competition and the victory
will be oura"
Tbla kithdefl to the film max
natea waa Charlea Krohman'a part-
In* word when he boardmt the
Mauritania to call for Kngland
The n»w at tie of to()tliiulF play
will b# a Ktin oioluii of qulrk-chami
lug acenea. name aa the 'movlea.'
but It wilt b« plua real people. and
real voice*. and that will lie our
adtamaite over the film play."
EVERETT MAN MISSINO
KVKHKTT. April 17—Chrla Oil
■on. 28. of (be Mule Klk
Co., baa been tulaalnc alnre Monday.
Hla dlaappearanre la unmplatned
FRECKLES
Dont Hide Them With a Vail;
Rtmovt Tnam With Th« Othlna
Preaeriptlon
Thla prescription for the removal
of freckle* waa written by a prom
Inant physician and la uaually ao
successful In removing frecklea
and giving a clear, beautiful com
plexion that It la aold by druggist*
under guarantee to refund the
money If It falla
I>on't hide your freckle* under a
Tell; «ft an ounce of othlne and
remove them. Even the flrat few
application* ahoutd ahow a wonder
ful Improvement. aome of the
IlKhter freckle* vanlablnK entirely.
Its Niiro to a«k the druggist for
the ityuble-atrength othlne; It la
thla that la sold on the money back
guarantee—Advertisement.
We Wunt to Your
Spring Suit
If you are on* of the many who,
through lack of actual experience
have refrained from having your
clothing made to :ult your Individ
uality. under the Impression that
tailored clothe* were a luxury, we
are taklnK this mean* to correct
that impression. We are making
•i special line of Men'* Suits at
*"">OO that are far «u|M>rlor to any
thing voii could possibly obtain
'••om the best ready n 'e stores
O'NeiPsTail ors
LADIES MEN
1419 Third Avenue
Bsattl«, Waah.
Hotel Baden
Grill
Entertainment
of Highest
Merit
Entrance 104 Pine
Metropolitan
WEEK OP APRILi^V-r
FAUST
Under thr Musical Directioi
—OF—
CLAUDE MADDEN
"Grand Opera at Popular Prices in a Language
All Can Understand"
Philharmonic
Orchestra
Wonderful Electrical
and Scenic Displays
FAUST
Tuesday, Thursday,
and Saturday Evening*
HRI THANKFUL
FOR HELP; SHE'LL
SEE SPECIALIST
A victim of aplnal mentngitta for
nearly all yeara, Mabel M. Long la
a happy girl today, after receiving
1206 proceed* from the LJttle Cheer
ful am lety benefit given on March
27 In the Metropolitan theatre.
In a letter to The Star she extend*
her grateful thanka to all the Inter
eated peraona who made the liberal
contribution a reality.
After May I ahe will conduct her
mngaxlne aubacrlptlon agency from
THIS lKth av N. W.; Phone, Ballard
1196.
lty Ihla mean* ahe hope* to aecure
enough additional money to permit
a trip to Ht. I'aul, where ahe will
take treatment from Or Gillette. fa
moua specialist
Mr* M. Sellera. her mother, la a
working woman.
i want «o thank everybody who
aided In the benefit and helped mc
with the fine present." said Mabel.
"I hope now to get well through the
assistance of mv many friend*."
C. E. TO HOLD BIG
STATE MEETING
Ntirlf 20,000 young i>eople of 111* |
Congregational church will be re pre. I
sented at the big state meet In g of I
the Christian Endeavor aoclety, |
which la belli* planned for North!
Ynklrna, June 25 to 28. The Rev. EJ. ;
A King. state superintendent, asso
elated with Or Van Morn of the!
Plymouth church of Seattle, him the
making »f 'he program In hi* care. !
Scored of Seattle vounK people are
planning to attend the convention.
WANT A CITY JOB?
Want a Job?
The civil service board of Seattle I
la going to hold examinations from,
April 2« to May IH. on a variety of i
positions. for which scores of appll- !
i nula me now entering their names. :
Home of th«» positions open to com
pet It Ive examination are: Black-1
smith. $100 ii month, elevator oper i
iilor, $75; bridge foreman, $•> per
day; clerk-stenographer, $75 to $00; j
ciirpenler, $.1.50 to $4 50 a day; auto
mobile driver. $»0; asphalt plant ma
clilnliit, $136; Holldior, lighting de
partment, $!I5 to $105.
SOME MAN, T. R.
ATIVAN TIC CITY, N. J., April 17.
Ills night featured by mi opera
tion after 29 years of bllndneaa,
Marry Hmllh demanded a picture
of Theodore Roosevelt
"Humph!" hhlil Smith, "looka
Just Ilkw X thought. Home man, lie
ill"
Standard
Grand Opera
Company
MADAME HESSE-SPROTTE, Stage Director
PRICES—SOc to $2.00 EVENINGS; 25c to $1.50 MATINEES
NO WONDER Ht
HAD TROUBLE
WALLACE. Idaho. April 17.—Dr.
O Oray of Kellogg, lilabo, recently
extracted a liiard from tbe atom
a< h of William lioyle of tbla town,
who hu been 111 for five yearn,
fMwtora had diagnosed hla allnivnt
aa rtomach 1 rouble, nail klosci,
liver trouble and Height'* dlseawe.
Tha llxnrd *»a four inches lons
and alive It Is thought It hatched
from an r«it which had been swal
lowed In drinking water. lioyle la
recovering.
Ileat modern outalde rnoma, 25c
to M)c Stewart houae, 86 Weat
Stewart — Advertisement.
"DANGERS OF THE VELDT"—THREE-PART STORY OF
EARLY BOER LIFE IN AFRICA AT THE ALHAMBRA
Hits pictures feature,, the sum.- Stars of Won 1,1 tin «,<u.na, picture piay oi 4JuU
African adventure In the diamond mines run at the Alhambrn a short time ago. Thla photo play depicts
the Perils of the lloer settlers who pioneered in settling Southern Africa. Soldiers the savage Kafrirs
the hardy Hoera. wild animal*, leopard* and lions, are u»ad« a part of this Universal special. In this aceao
the soldiurs aro slauiilng ull the Kafflra
0 ,N %A
AND
The Stars
Mrs. Romayne Jansen
Mrs. Cecil Tenny
Theo. Karl Johnson
Neal H. Begley
Walter F. Paul
Phileas Goulet
Sophie Hammer
Mrs. G. F. Russell
Mrs. Bowman Ralston
Gwendolin Geary
Mrs. J. B. Harrison
Arthur R. Cody
John Lince
Mrs. H. C. Ogden
Frederick Graham
S. H. Levin
Rudolph Ernst
WOULD YOU HAVE;
DONE IT, CIRLST
I'ENSACOLA. Fla.. April 17.—
MaJ. Chaa H. Lewis, a millionaire
of Jacksonville, 111., and Mlsa Mabel
Enyard of Goshen, lnd.. who had
been visiting a friend for aeveral
wifk*. have been married here. The
bridegroom la 75 years old. while
the bride la Just rounding 18
Prior to meeting Mlsa Knyard.
Maj. l.ewls, who Is a widower with
a «Inter home In IVnsacola. made It
knonn that h» would endow any one
with 1100,000 in her own right if;
she would marry him.
CARMEN
Under the Musical Direction
—OF—
JOHN M. SPARGUR
24 Boy Singers
in Street Scene
Absolutely the Best
of the City's Artists
CARMEN
Monday, Wednesday,
Friday Evenings and
Saturday Matinee
Scenic
Cafe
FIRST AND STEWART
A Place
to £at

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