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J. J. KELLEY'S
FAMILY LIQUOR STORE
A Store Where Ladies Can Trade
PHONE—MAIN 2838
BIG $1 BARGAIN SALE
usm KrKu,ir r " *.
SATURDAY
PfffM SPECIAL
1|u8331 BOTH BOTTLES FOR '" ' m M
HP $1.00 Wjo
•tor* Prle* Only—No Delivery Except With Other Order*.
1315 First Ave.
PHONE—MAIN 2838
W* Prepay Expree* Charge* on All Out-of-Town Order* of $4 00 or
Over, Excepting Beer.
L " 1
V 7«l Vttt to *«tt«r four |
mm ran h«lp you
A tiMrt. prtrtlml In QAR BJt- I
OtKKKRIM) M AOMIN ■ ft HOPI
MACTir*. Mir*lf D*AW
M BtJCOTHICITT, UTTEAM KNOt
fnUIKIMO or AUTOMOHUJ RR
PAimJXO At IhH »chool vill you
• Mrt
■urttt nnmniM) «mnoi..
Wimt W—« m< Iter ■«.
BULL BROS.
Jnl Printers
•fftl* THIRD «AIN 1043
TEETH
ELECTRO
Painless Dentist*
TREE
EXAMINATION
UK Gold Crown#. S3.SO
to »•••»■•• 4*• ••. 55.00
Bridgework $3.M
to • • . t^s*oo
Full Set of Teeth 83.50 tip
Porcelain Crown 53.50 up
Gold Fillings Sl-OO up
Silrer Fillings.... up
Wo do exact lr *• advertla«»«l.
U4T Attendant Terma to ault
All work ftMrant«ed It rear*.
fledro Painless Dentists
Ist and Mu, Opp. Public Market
. Laboring People's uentlsta
\ y "Fifty years ago, when Golden Wedding
« * IVbis key "was young.''
TWO old friends with a bottle of pure, mellow,
time-tested
between them is the picture of contentment and
good fellowship, whicn on hill-hoard and poster
all over the land, is helping to make the finest
distillation in the world, more and more famous.
Distilled according to a special formula,
and matured- in the wood under strict |sta w»|
government qppervision, choice, old, /jtjk
qualily-proved Golden Wedding meets a iflßj
want that no other whiskey has yet
satisfied. "•l
The pside of the home—the kind you
like to give your guests, because it is * ull
Quart
* l Made Dijfferent/y
STADIUM AT CAMDEN.
Camden, N J , in prtuiarlDK to
build a rrent «thl«tlc stadium
ROOKIE INJURED
Iyiuia Harbour. White 80* r»<-rult,
la oat of tba cams with a Fractured
ankle.
Saturday
Special
California Port Wine
(including bot- All
tie), per gallon., v I «UU
$1.25 Stinnybrook, 8 year*
old (bottled in All
bond), full qt....^liUU
Try a bottle of our new
brand—V. O. S. (bottled
I. Siegel F * Wint
Liquor Store
1509 Fir«t Avenue.
Elliott 3901.
wilt icrrm toothacnk?
BUTLER 5 liqUH)f%
'A-f TOOTH FILLET) >>
J
rttvva iMltnl NIIH nil. Iht rarity, fro
ilia - »tt«, pr«v*nilng farther imr
««!•. MriUM*. Ift mall or u
!»«
Iwilm l>mi Co.. araiiiK w«k
1 BEHIND THE SCENES IN PARIS
MARY BOYLE O'REILLY TELLS AMAZING STOR Y OF LOVE AND SCANDAL IN CAILLAUX CASE
By Mary Boylr O'Reilly
(Copyright, 1914, by Nawapapar
I ntarpriat Axoclatlon)
PARIS, tfrantv, April 17 Th«
nalito xlory of (tin *'rtlllmi* *'«l-
inctt.' tn uril • r
iane reveala the
nmat amailnn prl
v a t a Mcatulala.
apraadlnc wall
near ovar tha
w hole of KVenoh
arlatiM'iatle and
imlltli nl llf* It
la ii atorv laden
with what Par
lalana call "loft."
It may «w
touch tha praal
daot'a palaca--
»hlK|«'reil word*
even no* link
the name* of tha
ruler and hl»
beautiful wlfa
with the "affair
myeterloua,*'
It waa nut alone to revenue he»
»eif upon Oaaton Caliuette, editor
of FUtaro. that the faarlnatlnK
Madame t'nlllaux, w|f<» of tha for
mar premier of FYanoe, hurled four
il.-ath <t idlng bullet* Into the Uxly
of tha editor.
But Mnie. Cttillnux In her rail In
Hi. I.a/.u» prlMtn, the oldeat and
(tlrtlftt <if r»riHlnii p.iiUeiitUrlen,
liaa «lr.-H'ly decided upon rtvenfa
; »a her deft-nan.
She will tell the tribunal which
heats her ease that she waa Juetl
: fled In killing the editor because
I he published a portion of the "Ton
Jo" letters and ahe (Mm) that oth
>rs of them would follow
A* then' lettera Were written to
her b> Mona (allium, cabinet
mem her and premier. before ahe
married him. and while ahe waa an
other man's wife, filled with their
avowal of love- love sought and
(l*en Mro« Oalllanx had every
reason to dread the opinion of the
world. Krenrhmen can't keep from
mixing politic* and love, not even In
their letter*.
And now It la necessary to to
back tome yeara In the ma .la ma's
life.
She waa a poor, handsome alrl.
a poor lawyer'a daughter. but »he
waa anihltlooa -ahe wanted to
ell rob.
8h« met J,eo Claretle, a brilliant
writer. who had entrance to areart
and arlaUKratle aalona. Thorn **a
no doubt about their relations, but
the handaome itlrl *u a Rood man
alter and In two or thre« years
Claretle married her.
Hhe had nalnt-d her entrance to
the blither elrrlea'
And then-—
A few year* later Claretle dl
vorrad her. I'arla aocloty full well
knew whjr.
Mnte. »'laretl». with her chic, her
rr«r«, her extraordinary cooliieea
under all clrnunstaneea, had be
come Intimately acquainted with M
Joseph t'alllau*. the brilliant •"«
of a former royallat mlnlater of
KYanc*. an arlatormt who paaaet'.
aa a grand# boarfeols. rery Intel!!
I Kent, rery able, very rtch.
M CallUui la known to Partatana
aa Rahre Wen oilu« f»eard>, a man
of many «l>n; known, too. aa a
Noceur (a man taken up with
women).
Jealoua of hi* wlfa - * fair fame
I»o ('laretl# proteated tha acquaint
mm, bnt *• no ptirpoM
Tb<f>r«*tlc«lly It *»• to ft plft
tonic frl«ndahlp
Roma highly «;>|c*d. aff»rUoa»ta
latter* they 'ben wrote
Amonic them w-era the "Tot> Jo."
(thy own Jo), letter*, th» pohllea
tlon of which ilmn Mm* <'«ltlam
to Calmetta'i editorial offlca wltb
deaperatlon In her heart and mur
der In her muff
• a •
In 190* the CUrwttoa war# dl
to reed.
Than followed thr«« year* of
queatlnnabl* llrlnit; the a* Mme.
CUratla waa believed to ha deeply
concerned with F"r*nch politic*,
w»* *u*pcrtad of helnc Interacted
In lnternatlnnul relation*.
l/on* bafor* har civil marriuro
to Calllaux tha on* time Mm*
CUratla »»• «» the min
uter'* affinity.
But In l)w»mhw, 1911, when
ralltaux became prim* mlnlater,
their nondoaerlpt relation «u
Ued. IT WAS MMK. CAILLAI'X'S
8KCOVI) MARKIAOK. HKK MI'S
HA.VP'H THIItl). HER HITS
BAND ANf> HIH WIVKB WKUE
STILL IJVTNO.
L«) Clarctle, the »«rleved bna
hand, now a iitaff writer on
"Ft*arr>." wa* a cloaa friend of
CROSMAN PLAY
DELIGHTS ALL
"The Tnnime* of Men," the I(#>n
rletta I'roaman comedy, at tha Met
ropolitan una wopk, baa proved ona
of the moat delightful appearanco*
of tha preaent ttanxon
The play will be seen for the laat
time tomorrow night.
The story of the fight between
the stage and the church I* forcibly
told, and In a pleasantly amusing
manner.
Seattle mtnlntera who were Invit
ed to attend the play found nothing
to crltlclee In the sermon of the
Mage to the church.
WAS SQUARING HIMSELF
"I'm sorry yV" h* v « had trou
ble with yotir wUfe."
"Who told yof'"
"Nobody I d» w you buying
her a Dow hat." 1
THE STAR-FRIDAY. APRIL 17. 1914
Cstllsul'a moat bitter er.em*-, Una
ton Calmette, editor of "Figaro."
When Mme. Clarrtls became
Mme. Calllaua. "Figaro" Inaugurat
ed euch a vicious campaign agalnat
tha prime minister aa haa already
been equaled even In tha "Apache
prrea" of Parle.
"I Ilred In an stmosphene of h«a
tlllty." moan* Mme Calllsut la her
eell; 'T feared to open Figaro': I
felt mr l»est frlenda growing cold
to me"
That I* one of her reasons for
killing ('almette
Another and by far the more con
vincing on# the one I unearthed In
tho whispering woman'* world of
Parla aoclety, la that Mme Call
laux allot down In cold blond tbe
enemy of her husband because CalV
lain waa about to dlvwce her—
his wife the present mardereae. tn
marry Mm*. Ballot (a« a fourth
wife).
WHO IS MMK. RAU.OT*
Bhe waa tha mlatreea of Oaaton
Calinette, the *"Flgam'' editor, a
young and attractive Parisian but
terfly. possessing a supers bund snc»
of feminine fascination
Whlaperlng Pmrla fakea tbe atory
at thla point and leads It right up
to Klyaee Palace, home of the preal
dent of Franc*.
Removal Sale!
Of the High Grade Stock of the
Theo. Wilts Hardware Co.
Just a few days more and this opportunity will be lost. We believe
that prices talk.
Gillette Safety Razors. Regular $5,
cut to $3.98
Oltlatta Rafftty Raior ttladna, mcular 11.00. nrt
to 79#
Auto Rtrop Raaora, rajrular IB 00, out to.. $3.9H
(Vora Junior ftafoty Ituori, regular 1100, cut
to T9#
Om Junior fWfxty Rasor Bladaa, rafular S6<v
ont to 99#
No. I flrlltnon Wranoh, r»ru!*r 100, cut t0... -49#
Or*** flh*ar*. regular ton, cut to 2(14
Pruning Hh«ar*. regular *sr, cut to .. 49#
Ymk* Drills, or Screw Drl rera, regular |1 26.
cut to 9N#
*<4-ft Atklni ona-man Saws, regular It 75,
cut to 11.9N
tO-fU, 5-ply DtmttcM Hor regular 15.00, out
to $3.98
Lawn Mow.r*. Rakaa, Hon and all atMl fooda
reducad la proportion.
GUNS AND REVOLVERS
Winchester Haramerleaa Shot Ouna. 11, 1(1, iO
gauge, regular $26.00, out to 921.00
Winchester Rifles, $040, .$5 JS. S» ipeclala, res
ular $16 50, cut to $13.78
Wlnrheeter $0 U. 8„ U and .406, regular $24.00,
cut to >21.80
Remington Automatic Hi flea, .10-10, .11 and .16.
remilar $16.00, out to $21.<10
Ravage Rlflaa, .16 16, 10-80, 101. regular $19 50.
cut to 115.70
flmltta A Wiieaon Revolver*, regular $I*oo, out
to |16.2.1
Colta New Service Uevolvera, regular $I ft 50,
out to $14.40
Come early Saturday, April 18, at 9 a. m. We guarantee to astonish
you with the bargains we offer. Come early.
Theo. Wilts Hardware Co.
1012 First Avenue
President Polncare did aecretly
•II that ha could to aaaiat "Figaro"
In It a jntl Caillaua campaign. Now
that ha la ruined. Calllaux *111
probably attempt to ruin Prealdent
Reliable—Koley't Honey and
T«r Compound.
It la the quality of Fhley'a Honey
and Tar Compound that maJtea It
itirti a reliable medicine For
cough*. eolda. croup, whooping
cough, bronrhlal imd la grippe
cougha, which "bant on" In the
apring and weaken the ayatetn. It
ha* no equal. It alao glrea prompt
and definite reaulta for hoaraeneaa.
Uckling throat and atuffy, wheeiy
breathing. Mre. ItenJ. W. Heavwy,
Weat Mltla, M«, aaya "l-et me tell
you bow much I think o{ Foley's
Honey and Tar rVrmpound aa a fam
ily court ayrup. It la partlrularH
valuable, am a amaU quantity haa
the effe»t deelred. and It ontalna
no opiate*. I eonalder ft the boat
iimih aynip we have ever ti»ed '*
And Tho* Vertron. Hancork, Mich
es ya: "Foley'a Honey and Tar haa
alwnya proven effactlra. quickly re
listing tickling throat, and stopping
the cough, with no bad after ef
fecta." In SSc, &0c and $1 00 bottie*
The genuine la In a yellow package.
For aale by Hartell Urng Rtnrea.
BICYCLES
Spirit. r*«ular IST 80, cut to
B*attU Hplrlt, r*cul*r tir. 00, cut to ftjU.AO
Kaattla Spirit, rntulw 130.00. cut to $49.49
|«.00 Bloycla Tim*, out to tn.49
IS 00 Blctrel* Ttraa. cut to $5.49
FISHING TACKLE—ALL FISH
RODS CUT 50 PER CENT
1100 KlnxflnhT IJnc*. cut to 51..19
11.AO Rlnßflahar IJnra, out to 09#
|1 00 Klngflahar Llnca, cut to 59#
11.00 Bilk Body Fllaa .59#
ROo 811k Body FlWa JMf
16c Salmon Bgca JOf
BASEBALL GOODS
Olaflln Raaehall Shone. regular f7 00, cut to $5.49
Claflln IlHßchall Bhoea, regular 15.00, cut to 94.21
Clafllu Haaeball Rhoea, regular 13.50. cut to
Witch Elk Raaeball Shoea, regular $2.75, cut
««> *2.21
Ooidamlth Baimball Hhooa, regular |2 50. out
»o 11.08
f1.15 Laata* Ball*, out to .... 11.00
I LOO Mugger Rata, out to 75^
760 Sluggar Rata, cut to 59^
sOn Slugger Rata, out to 39^
Twentf-flra par cent off on all Raaeball Qlovca
and Mitts.
Polncar*.
The line of altac k will b* thin:
Mini sine I'olnciire. It Is widely
whispered In Prune#. wj« th« com
tnon law wife of a man now aerv
In* a life sentence In Oulwne fur
murder It will Iw lllfllM that,
after yearn of Intimate aeaoclutlon.
*h» waa finally married to I'olnrare
on the eve of hi* enterlm th* pre»l
dent'* p» I ace merely liy n ilvll pro
oess, of cours*.
Before she met Poln«*re the now
Mine. I'olnrare waa a "rhum" of
th«< present Mrne. f'alllani, the
murder' *, and the present Mine
liullot, the three lending liver
which caused the wife of a high
American diplomatic official In
I'arl* to exclaim:
"THE LONGER VOU LIVE
AWAY FROM AMERICAN STAND
AROS THE MORE CLEARLY YOU
SEE THAT IT PAYS WOMEN TO
BE DECENT."
DR. E.J. BROWN
nI N
M X
SPECIALISTS
FOR YOUR
EYESandTEETH
H#war* af mi Viral at. aa«t
Charry •! ih«i»wl»«i M tPf
»d«iR J. Vr««B M m i« eairla ar p«
ItMlit
I ha«a inatafU* an r»*partmar>!
in •aaaaatlaa *Hh rnjr |>a«it*i l*a/ll««. t
am ur»« |«r«par»4 U> aara f'-r <
th« KTI " as w«!l •• »».r v \\ j j
v v
and t ikl uj '3L:l\
Mporltf! -a It* OtralgM tiftr
ml (iff Ptto#* RfE». ,j^W
lua Km HTHAIN and r..r //1
rr. ili g *l*ual an 4 miia-uik< i- 'T\
< "«t-J»a
It la a fart tfcat w»f »m» #
r alf "f th* h»m4m* t»aa and T*
i ««Ta •ihaaatioa f» m
itma it itrdMrlffut riaf*- t of
raatt af tba rTRM
rail «m» m# t>«rar*»aJlr fend I ahall In
trotlor* ran t« f>r r 0 Rr.'.wiioft, thr
rrr ItrWUI.fKT In mr affUaa an-1
(acanio* r**utt« f«f j"m
n% dr»tai. riunrin utu*w
I am fio* r»m»d#lini m» Pan tal Of
fVaa at Tit flrti ar , in ihi I'nlor
filar It, for lha aaTaath Him In !« yaa*a
In ardar i#» rara f»r aad tlva m» patiant*
tha MOVt and IIPWT ih»t« la in r>»rit!a4|
ty WHaa mr Panim an 4Op
lloal Inialnnoa aJll B' upr II afftraa. |#
»p*iaitni r**>ma f •itrartim room a t)
llMfHal mama. I ra*»p« |«n raama I $
1 plaia labor a tar?. I plat*
r«om an 4 ar p*l*ata nfflw
Mr ara aaM ta la fha lar|««<
aaA mom\ m*darn a*«lppa4 rental '>rn<aa
ta tha v*ii4 ICvrrr i*
tiarl!l«a4 M«fa II la «M a#aln
r »rr la ffvat! an'laaptl* traat
man* Hafma and aftar aitra«-tl«ma
Vvarr »<* •»' taatt* la raarantaart ta fit
l**rr flllln* la naraalM ta atar In
t**rr t»rtrt*a or aman la rtta#anta*«)
a«*<l mr i'aaraataa ta
«~all a«4 ha*a fra* a«amta*ttA*. taarn
mr prl'aa th«m r* anr Na'Vn ar Op
tnmatHa* r**a 4aalra and hara Vfcam 4a
?*«r ««f%
Rniriv j f» n n,
flaattla'a la»4lnf tlaallat
lit Ur»i Ar.. t'aloa lU««4i
paalai Dapartmant "pan aranlne* until
I and IKindayi antll 4 fat paopta «h<-
•nrk
SANITARY
Public Market
The Bis, Clean Market
Free Delivery System Improved
Transfer System for Deliveries Installed
You can now purchase Roods from two or more stalls
and have them DELIVERED FREE by asking for «
TRANSFER CARD at the FIRST booth from which you
buy.
Telephone Your Order to
Elliott 3425
and we will buy your goods for you from any stall that
you specify, or if you have no preference, we will us* our
best judgment in the matter. All this we do free of
charge.
List your nsme snd Phone Number and we will call
you every morning and take your order. FREE DE
LIVERY OF ALL PURCHASES AMOUNTING TO
75c OR OVER
Special for Saturday
Red Shield Butter
29c lb.
first Avenue Entrance Sanitary Market
Sugar
20 lbs .. . 85c
Rlend "A/* Upton a TM, ID 40*
60c ftrado Young My »on T< * .Klf
X bars fkiap It&t
Tokio Tea Store
STALLS t4 AND M
Mr*. Porter's Peanut RutUr,
fresh made dally. lb Jftf
Old N T. Sharp Pull Cream
Cheese, SOf lb. or I lba UTtt
lowa Rutter. 3(lr lb. I lba ,Vic
Any kind Helm Raked Reana.
Isf ean. or 2 rana sts^
Fresh Ranch Kcrb, 2 dor .-45f
Jet White Bolter Store
Booth S—-Pika Placa Entrance
BUTTER EGGS
CHEESE
E. C KNAIER
STALL 47 SEg?
Washington Crwunary Butter, 2
It*- for
rr«>*h California Butler, lb.
()r««D \+k« Erk». dot 85#
E. H. COLLINS
•TALL 28
Shoes—Shoe* — Shoe* — Shoe* — Shoe*—Shoes
Special •££&*. rt 89c p..,
THE ANNEX SAMPLE
•xir SHOE STORE L ,;r.„ s ,x
Sanitary Market Annex
Shoes—Shoes — Shoes — Shoes — Shoes—Shoes
CORNER
PUBLIC MARKET
The Lowest Prices The Best Service
Carnation Milk
3 LARGE CANS 15c
with 1 lb lie bulk Tm ar Coffae
Umon Cling IVarhe». per can lOtf*
10c bart of Toilet s<<»»p. 3 for. . lOf*
? bar* White Hear Hoap
4 lbs Mmtronl 215*
4 iha French Mi**
1 d<»« r*n» Kir I)- June P**i 7f»<*
1 pb« Corn *tarrh f|f*
5 oana Ail*r Milk SOc 4
ALLEN'S GROCERY
RTAI.M 10 15
Northwestern Poultry Co.
Back in the Old Location.
TOP FLOOR CORNER MARKET
For Past 8 Months Was at 1530 Pike Place.
LIVE AND DRESSED POULTRY
Baby Chicks, Eggs for Table and Hatching,
Poultry Foods and Supplies of All Kinds.
A. B. VEGETABLE CO.
STAM. 15 (OKNKK MARKET
rrr* IMlvmt Any llonr of All rurrhaMS «f »6c or M«rt
rtIONK MAIN 5M6
Strictly Fresh
Local Ranch Eggs
2 Dozen
45c
JERSEY BUTTER STORE
96 West Pike
Meat Specials
Roast Pork, lb 15*
Leaf Urd, lb 12'/,*
Pure 2 lbs 25*
Chops, lb 15c
Steer Boiling Beef 12%*
Hot Roast, lb 12'/it
Round Steak, lb. 18*
Choice Dams, lb 19*
Choice Bacon, lb 22*
STATE MEAT CO.
Oao. Oiborne. Mgr. Elliott 278#
STALL 9—Sanitary Mirket
for the Best
and Largest Assortment
of
Dried Fruits
Go to
BLOMFIELD'S
STAND 125 "ESS?
Philadelphia Fish Co.
STALL 10
Tenderloin of Sole, 2 lb*.
25*
Halibut ( heeks, 2 lb* 25*
White Chinook Salmon, lb.
15*; 2 lb* 25*
Col. River Shad. 2 lb* 25*
Crab*, Clams and Shrimps.
PATENT FLOUR
$1.25 Per Sack
DELIVERED
!t rune of A »fer Mil* 20t*
1 -lb can Baking Po«4*r (Royal r
l>r Priori 40f
I lb ran Ghlrad»tira Chocolate 70r
* ham Lenox Soap 2.*r
t cane Campbella' Poup« 5Kr
?&o pit* tMtrua Wanhtna Powder
1 lb I'ure Powdarel Cocoa S<>r
No 10 pall Karo Rrrup iHr
SUN GROCERY
KT4II> 100-1 If -114
PEANUT BUTTER, 2
lbs. ..............25c
Washington Creamery But
ter, lb SO*
Fresh Churned Butter, 2
lbs 85*
Local Ranch Eggs, 2 doz.
for 45*
WHITE CLOVER
CREAMERY CO.
Stalls 18-22 Tom Doddt, Prop.

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