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PA<»K 1U
Huteson-Donahet
Optical (ompan>
SiS PIKK ST
The Watchword
of Today Is
Efficiency
It mean* apeed. It nmuti the
ellmttMtion of all want* lit time
and effort. II macule the co*rel*«
tion of brain and muacle In muk
Inp each mtnut* i productive
inmate.
Without irotKl eyesight or Ita
ln good gl.i-.ic*. you
rannoi do youraejf )u«tl< No
man can work at hla heat with
out good vision ami comfort In
**elng I 4 et Mr. Huteaon or Mr.
Dona hey explain our »u per tor
•ystPin of eye eervtc*.
**v hrrr rhr beMt cl/ion art made"
325 Pike Street.
MUST BE SOLD
Every Coat, Suit and
Dress at O'Hara's Up- '
stairs Store to Be \ /Sv
Closed Out Regardless f 7
of Cost. ' 1 \
ASTONISHING VALUES J>i
O'Hara's entire stock, consisting of hundreds 1 luW ■ R
of the best garments in Seattle, to be disposed I 1
of at once at •' \
Way Less Than Half Price w. f
_ Hw ItoliTiw. Paw Ponui, Ptuilw. I I I I t
OflA pAITv llr«»4klrKh«, HBvrftow. \ rlour« aiul I ! K,
Jllll Ijllll I J mhfr h*mutifiil Bilfflilt In ail | I P
WWW VWIII W »lu<)r< rntd »bn. Sri»r» ul dUlrrrnl I j - i—— I |; •
nindrla. IJ—, j I a H
A Foil Irnttii, lull ral foutt In twW<» j ! j f
U dlffrrmt ukmlHv Trtmmnl ind pUln. I i i I 1| *«
P Fifty Coat*, nlnm up to IU.M. It' I f
pi J Rnutllul nxiiMv ill thidra uid «lim. I ( \ I | »'
PA Klehty <"«•!• In full llnntl mnd 1 \ 1 \ 11
H». |>ltin and trimmnd; valur* up In I W IVI '1
Om onf hiinlml n( Ihr Iml Colli. I I ' ■ 9 ■
prim Itj. S6O. ten iiml up \ ■ ' V S R
Sails and Dresses Half Price and Less \|jJlJ \g I
O'HARA'S UPSTAIRS 1
WOMEN'S STORE afpfpWLJ s.\\ V
HKTOND H (NlK—t.t ONOMV MARKET K
Cornrr Hr»t *v»>. ami Plkr Ml. US 9ft
Blackßoots H
Oxfords
With Colored Kid J | andPumpS
Topi; Good Style Av \
for Spring Spring
___________
Beater & Baxter's
BIG CLEARANCE SALE GOING STRONG
A Big Cut in Prices for Small Size 3
On the rack—a lot of pretty Boots in small sizes and narrow widths.
Regular $7 to $l2 .Shoes
Sale Prices $2.85 and s3.Bs~Button $1.85
EXTRA SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY
Ladiesj gray kid Hoot, cloth top to match, .$lO value, sale price 90.85
lield Mouse Boot, cloth top to match, $lO value, sale price... .$<1.85
Ladies brown Boot, cloth top to match, $lO value, sale price 80.85
These Are Wonderful Boots —Don't Miss This
Opportunity
SPECIAL SPECIAL
L-dW Pal«i» Hwl Ox- \l..#V llrwn ( ~lf
ford. K-riilar prir«- MM. 1 Oxford Ktgvfau |.M
X. $5.85 $5.85
Mm' Itlju-k KM, loouk H W I > >T / '•» I-miU 11. . I
x . prtM |M«. / / oxford n. „,,
X / Jj[ $5.85
FOR THE MEN
Broken lines in good Shoes that sold from $7.."i0 to $lO.OO. Ml j;o at
$4.85 to $5.85
Shop early in the morning—you will like it better.
Positively no refunds on sale Shoes and no exchanges after 10:30 a m
You can get just what you want at
Baxter & Baxter's
1326 Second Avenue
Catarrhal Deafness
and Head Noises
ii lis *%rr %mi mil l i n%%
ro mi u \m» hi i ii \ i
% r in* »ii
If you hitvf < Aiitnlt. « itunhtil
de«fn« «>i head nolwen catmed hy
• iim • • ■ pa In > our
thr«»at mid ha* »ao»ed catarrh or the
»tunmi h or ho*el», > oii will nind
to Know that them 1 di»l
•yttiptomi may l»«* entirely nvrrniiiin
!m nurny ln«t*n< <ifli l»y the follow Inn:
irrNtmvnt, which >Oll « an e»*lly j»r«
pare in your own horn* at little coat
iSecure rr*»m your druaiii*! I ouih'*
. f I'mminl (double »tr« nifth) Take
thin home nml add In it l » pint of
hoi water and m lit tlr> umnilnlftl
nuffar stir until dm«olved T»k«*
• n«' four time* 11 day. An
Improvement l» auiurtimoi noted
after the ftrat day* treatment.
lire*l hln* «hould become ea*y, while
the dial remit nil h«ad n« »*«.•< heao
should nt ad wall > dmappvar under
Iha ionic action «»f the treatment.
I.OM of »m«ll. t«J«te. tie feet Iv e hear
ing and nun on dropping in the twi» k
of the throat are oth«r aymptovna
n* huh «u{||r«t tha prt»ence of «a
larrh. and which may often he over*
coma b\ thla efflracloua treatment.
It I* Mid that nearly >•' per cent «»f
all ear trouble* ar** cau»«d by ca
tarrh. and then' muni* therefore, l>«
many i»e.»nle \%h»**e hearing may b«-
restored by thla ilmple. harmle**
home tre.iltnenl
SHINGLERS ASK
! R. R. RETURNED
The conatruction of n vnat mar
! chant marine and the rat Urn of the
I rallio.iih to their ownera by the gov
eminent were urged In raanluOo.ta
adopted by the red iVdur nliliikli'm
conn re**. In it* flnul ae««ton. ut the
WaahlnKton hotel here, Thumday
nlKht
I'oplea of the t'eaolutlona will Im'
forwarded to the Northwestern r« ii
reaenlatl>t i m by J 8 Wib
llama, wecretury of tl»e ahlnale
brunch of the Weal Ctatat l.iniU r
men'* who headed tha
liMt«l meeting
The Mhlpplnw l»*ard la limed to en
uhkc in foreign oummorcf, and la ra
tine <« ted to ravtaa the whipping law*
of the nation ao that theae ahl|*a may
l*e operated |>erinanent 1 y under the
American flag
The ituiffreaa voted to «Ilaapprove
of any wage reduction that la not In
ke< plttc with ifrneral readjustment*
In llyliiK coata and toonofntr (Hindi
tlona.
THK SKAITLE STAR FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1919.
He's Bolshevik
Agent in Russia
adolph Joffe ~
Joffs arrived Irt Iteillu In April Hi*
the liolahevik imilnMnHtlur lie re
fuaed to meet the kuMr. mid khv«
dt finer* to the "nlnortty mh lullvtt,
and In other waya shocked diplomat
lc circle*. lla drrltled t.ilk of re ee
tnhJiHhnient •»t !»>• *111*» )iv ltu*«u.
which further shoe lied the imperial
lute, but when he flew the red flu*
over hi* titration and refused to deal
with any but revolutionary deputlee,
the German pre*® !-««.m to ilemand
hi* fwsll, and he waa aent out of
Iterlln by the Prince Ma* govern
meat lie remained In Orimwiy, un
tier the pmiwtlon of the workmen
and soldier round la. to carry on hi*
!lol»hevlk propaganda
GAVE SHORT WEIGHT:
COAL MAN IS FINED
Ch«rg<f»d with mm* lint; n woman a
I(mu1 of cot) ISO pound* umW
Wo||fht, J I' J.'uduum OIH* of ihm
of ihn Mprin* JliU Ku*l
( omjwny. I22t> « '?Uifornla nvf., w»i
flnr.l s.' by I'olHr- Judicr
j Thursday. Jarotoort wiui
by J D. <Vlmln. of tl>* ciiy Wright*
»ml mranurr* ilr|)trtmfn(. «f(fr
Cfimln haot wi»lfh«l (ho nml and
fuun.l it »h<>rt w»l|hL
TEN CASES'HAIR TONIC'
ORDERED DESTROYED
Chief ! Deputy Marshal I W K Theodore
dora tan of liquid
la baled "hair tonic" Tiiday Antml'
in* to I'nitr.t hi ttmi Attorney
Maunder*. (h« hair Uml<t wm> too
exhiliarating ai a beverage for public
U«w- A few month* ago tha naaa*
w*ra mlcchl by frxlarai auihorltlMi
from druin*u and a harhar »tipply
•iftipany Judge K K Cu*hm%n or
der«-d their conftmwtlon
WENT AS PRIVATE; HE
RETURNS AS OFFICER
Wearing a well-worn tramh coat
and two gold a*»rv k# chevron*.
Lieut Frank L West I??th rrifl
fiaar*. who left Hrulda * private |r»
Company D. lBth engineers la back
f.ietit. Waal waa in arvaraJ major
#ng*gemant*. from which ha amerg
n| unaratharl Juat bafora tha end
ing of tha war. ha waa ordered to
tha mitad Htataa to a*ai*t In tha
training of raeTult*.
THIEF GETS 5250.000
IN LIBERTY BONDS
CHICAGO, Jan 10 ~ Liberty
bond*, valuwl <•! 92&0.0 M have be#*n
lout or atolen hara. My«tery *ur
round* the mla»lng government *a
«urttlaa The ownar lhraa in an
other rlty hut hi* nama haa not
bttl divulged. Tha loaa waa ra
ported thru tha fe«]eral rvatrva
EX-KAISER HAS HIS
HEALTH ONCE MORE
AMKWJONfiKN. Jan 10—Th*
health of William Mohrnwillrrn I*
reported to h«< almoat normal again
Ho Ukn walk* In thn gardi-m nt
Am»rontfn rnatla mrh mornln* «r
cording to th«> report
"I MOW" KIMItf is CAKKTKftI.%
No more aoidler* "chow In the
ball on th« flrwt floor of tha
Home Kconornlc* hall of the t'nl*
varsity <»f \vaahington All mevn
hera of the unlveralty Mtudent army
corps art* gone and the hall In one#
more a cafeteria for university
at u den tii
I 75 CEN'IS j
9 lloya'f Glrl»' and t hlldrra'a I
3 HAV * \ aciifa y.
J V\r»t and Union &
g 100*, Fir*t. at Madlaon fij
A M I'SI.M 1. N IS
T wlc» MOORE Dally
Tiir »t»itr.*rr rtnr.
n \ nTo** tM> ii \\n
t \ III»I IN I. KOIII
Maiir Kiti|. The llarrya. ftrlerre A
bing. >:»« 191 a Mra**, Wat Havlaa
Otpheam Vaudeville
mmw
Fifth at Pine flllott 2Rf.
Now Playing i ntll ...riif
UM Till I 1.1 N K Mil.
Nrn \ ork Drmmatlr *ueeeaa
"BLIND YOUTH"
Mgtila. .'in« Oftf; MaMn«*e*>. ?flr He
Plug War Tag
/T IT 1 \/ V 9 "■tpiir.i >i \
1-. V X O lrt| A MHl | lln||
Now riaylna 111 W*-k
l.r»> * Hluahal I onifdy to.
H -
"MP) 101 I \ T tltH "
Nlu'htd |Hiindn>»> r. %laMoeea (e«
. i<» MatMlai Fliaradayi. I • I ndlg*'
Mill iueeM (niTii' mulity), | (),
vt i' , a •. • . ■ . i:. i i'
PALACE HIP
< teat la ami* i»«it*. i h» it
* \l ' Ml 111 \ 111 I
I ■ i
fl\ I <»TMI lt Mil, f||p \i i M
I r itnre I'hot<»fdti • -ft tinltu llniitii
Im " I lie s# ,i Mown."
W aekda] Matg I Or; Kveg A Hun :o-
NEW PAETAGES
Mntn " .0 Nl*ht*. " utvl J
IM OMf \l( \lt I I | x \ |t.\
<li ii iif til | fpiMlinr
<.11(1 IN Til I; M(H)N
.'m • nli Noirlt)
I %l 1(11 OHMn w
I nuiKli I omnllfiino
Olliitr Keaturna
Oenuial Admission, 2t»o
SOLONS GUESTS
OF THE CHAMBER
I*rurtln* 1 r«-« on«tructtnn wan die
|»v N|M!lkira lit th« legl*
liitlv** l«iin|ii«i by the t'lmriilwr «»f
Conittierre m the Army iuid Navy
club Thursday nltrht
Morn than 200 uui'M* pffn»«ii
rr«*l<l«'r»l Allwrt .1 Ithod* •«, of the |
chamber, witN < hulrman
Among rM'ntiNtriK'tiuii prnjw in,
lh<« futurr of lh«* returned aoldler
nrul aitllor a* iui litduattial unit w ,»*
taken up.
Uueata of honor were Itepreeent
alive Kr«l A Atlanta, t.f Hpokane
rttlMlnr Manila C) Ttium)*, of Hiio
| homlah. KoprvatnUllvK Tom lirown.
; of YVhahum county. Htn&tcr Kdwln
T Conmn, of H|»okanc, It«*i>r» -•••»*♦ i
I live Howard (', l.u«m, of YuJklrtm
county, and former Lieut, <«ov
j t?h*rlee K. Coon, repreeenuulvs from
I .lefferaon oounty
Tonight the l.iwm«k«rn mill l»«
Ku«*f*tn of the I'ltrra onunfy delega
SPOKANE PIONEER DIES
AT CASPER, WYOMING
SPOKANE Jan. 10 -j- Death
claimed Cyrus Bradley pioneer
business man of H|*ok uie, an Cam
l»er, Wyoming? Wednesday. If la fa
ther went thru the civil war «ui com
commander «»f a gunboat
Bradley whn one of the founder*
of the Spokane Miner, the first rnln
mining journal west of Chicago.
SEATTLE BANKS GAIN
$6,000,000 DEPOSITS
landing the entire Northwest In
depoelta. Henttie banka ahow a jruln
of m«»re than 94.000.000 In comblnrd
de|ioeita for If!*,
The flintrea werr nmipiM by
John K I'lien A Co.
Pure Blood
Brings Beauty
Wmplev ItlarUlirada, Bolls and Pmt
( «»nplr%l«n \ anUh by I «ln|
Muarl'i ( altium Wafrrs
rttiiL vAfKAt.r >i*ii»ii rnrr.
All your dr<*am« of a beautiful.
• \t*r eumglealoS »an MM to
« <mi» \r\f It mak-« no diffrrenri'
how *i>«»ll«**f and fturtsured your fa«
may b» n»th pirnpl«<s. blackhead*,
ecarma ur llver-*po«e. y»»u may re-
\mwll ilmuf nllh Ju > to »rr li»««
ea«J n»d «gtttr*« "timrl t I «In urn
\% *fer* rlrar y«»wr ikla.
- !a<m your he? ii«#e of i<m»4 looka
|Th"ft ar* t h<< <iaa*>d# Of people tr<d*y
%»»,. »r fr#abj ' J*«4f '•« r • *re a hviivff
proof that ftfuart* ('alrium Wafer*
<! cur' pimplra and cure them to
*•*>. in a few day#
M tsri'* «*al» i'im Wafffi cur#
j-imi'lc# and wimilar erupt }<*n* bv
Igtilv • ?ennoif>ic the r . J r
•I! tmpofltlei With a pure w«»<»d
-«t t la i »pi> Impoaalbla foi
pimple to r*m*la on your r» • And
the in* If raN-4 b!»"»d will rcpjarr
your dud Mutoi eWin with thai
frloarlni *o»or# of n perfect complex- ;
ion
> our 4*lf-r**c*rt d«-rr>anda that
f'i'i avill )<'uniflf of this remedy
that IhtMiaand* h»v# pro V» «| hrfnr»
you f)et n *»0« hot of Htuart's Cal
cium W«f«ri «»f your druggist today.
Muk' your dream i.f beauty com#
irur \ls<> mttl coupon (<>4iy for
ffoe tt>al package
Free Trial Coupon
F, %. •timri I« M 77ft Himti
llld«.. M rtrahn II Ulrli. Mr-nd m#>
at one*. by return mall. * free
tr m) p*rkaffe of Stuart a Calcium
Wafers.
Name
HI reel
J_ILH State
Rheumatism
Remarkable Home ( ure t<|«ea ky ()n«
Hho Had II |lr n «nl< I'tery
aafferer to ll#urflt
*ead >o Year Addreaa
V'*r» of awful Buffering and mlMrr
hgva t Blight till* rnsn. Murk H Ja-k
• n. of *yra< um, Niw Tork. how terrible
an Mirmy to human happlneaa rhtuma
llam Jb, and h»v« given him sympathy
with all unfortunate* who *ra within tta
grasp Itß wants m\*ry rheumatlr victim
to know how ha wii t urad Head what
he mays:
I"I llacl fli*rp rain, l.lko l.l(hlnln(
; • la»lie» Mh«otlii( Tlirnaih M; Joint."
In tti- mulng of 1N93 | wan .uark.it
|>V Miiai ular an<l Inflammatory liiicuina
tlam. i suffered aa only thosa who hava
it know, f»»r »»ver thrae >*»nra I triad
reiiifiiy after rame'ty. and doctor aftar
I " lor. hut HMch an I r«*« alved wag
• lv t vinporary Klnally I found a rem
« <ly that fured mo romplataly. an«f It haa
»i«\«>r rrturned I ha** glv»»ii It to a
munibar who wer« terribly arfllrtnd an«l
«wn leflrldflrn win, Rhßumatlßm. and
It rffrrti d a euro in cvary rasa
I want every auffernr from any form «f
rhauinatlo trouble to try thla inarvaloag
ht nllna power Don t aand a .mt. ■lmply
fill out tho roupon Ihilow and 1 will aend
It free to try Aftrr you liava ÜBed It
•tid it hag proven Itanlf to ho tliat long I
lookrd-for hieana of rurlnif your Ilhou- !
nmtlgiii, you may Bond tho prt«a .if It.
• »ne dollar, hut understand. I do not
want youi money unlesa you are pai -
f- ■ tly ae fi•< f li>d to aantl It lan't that
fair 7 Why Miiffer any longer when poa
niv< r»-llef i« thus offarod you frea?
Don't dolny Wrltn today.
• f ' \*. <Ol PON
>'«»'< " !««• U««>n, 21.1 K (Jurnsy
Hl.li MM,-,,-,, N Y.t
I *«• t»« your offer. Mend to:
SHAFER BROS., SEATTLE'S LARGEST CLOTHIERS
Clearance of Men's
OVERCOA TS and SUITS
OReductions
£4 3 From Our
Regular
Reasonable
Prices I J
It will certainly pay you to bu> an 4 / /'.
coat and Suit at these Special ( lea ranee
Prices. We have the largest and most com- *s//[ ' "/
plete stock for your selection —Good Wool
en Materials, Fine Patterns and I.ate Styles, 'g
When we advertise a sale you will find ['• v//JJff;
that the REDUCTIONS are GENUINE J ' Wf. \®BJ
Reductions— WW/. |l9rl
For Kxamplr—Every $.'50.00 Overcoat and Suit in jgw/y7 'ljlj
the Men's Department has been marked to .sell for Wilt " h
m %
These are fart that do not require larjje space for I
the telling—come, and the VALUES will speak for LLM
themselves H
SHAFER BROS.
Seattle's Largest Clothiers
First and University Second and University
Shafer Bro».' Clearance Sale of Men'i Overcoat* and Suits
FORMER SEATTLE
PASTOR IS DEAD
FunaraJ •arvlcr* for Rav Volnay
<* Evara. paator of the Pirat Math
Liberty Bonds
liouKtit >irvl mild «t m«rk«-t ratM
The Seattle
National Bank
llond I»n»artmrnl
Harood \\r. and ( «»lunibi* St
STIFF JOINTS
SBRE MUSCLES
Umber I p Qut«M> I ndrr the Stioch
Inf. I'etieirallng Application of
ll.» nil Iji'm W lmd OH
In cam* of rheumatism? and lame
hack. It jienetrate* <iui< klv. drive*
out wore ne.au. and Umhera up *tJff.
«« hirtjr joint* and mu*Hes
Wtaard Oil la an abaolutoly rell
able, antiseptic application for cut*,
burn*, bltea and stings. Sprain* and
bruises heal readily under It* aooth
Inc. penetrating qualities.
ii*t It fro n druggist* for SO rent*
If not aatlsfiod. return the bottle and
get your money hark.
Kver conatlpated or have atck head,
a* he? Ju*t try Wliard Liver Whip*,
pleasant little pink pllla. 30 renta.
Guaranteed. Advfrtiaemeut.
jfar The BIG SALE of
BRADBURY SUITS
ilk and OVERCOATS
MMtITS CONTINUES
Jj Jw I l lay after day * year in and - vej "' olit - why? Simply
/J'lliMa J' 11A\ bwause men know Rood clothes values, once they see
Mm* 1' H /k T an d the - v know when they're treated rifrht. too.
l/''' I ' l BR ll ■ H Ufa ~m an doesn't po back to a store if he's dissatisfied
feMIl s a^tss,;:
Priced at $25 and Up .
If ijlMJil HL I And then there's our
[\ [ 'jlllU LIBERAL CREDIT POLICY
I Jfw ' 1 ,i l ,lrk >"">• Mult or ov.-r.oal, pay a little- ilown and
I 1 11"" ' " ,1 /; ' Heek " r wry pay day. That « all Simple. Isn't It?
, ■ ■ No fua*! No r«Ht tape!
■ 1 . yo1 "' don't <oxt a penny mon- than as tho you
[j I | boUKht lomrwhtr* <-lse and paid spot «-a*h. That's why—
ffl J THE BIG SALE CONTINUES
CREDIT Street Avenue
GLADLY Ston- Hours from » to fi
! «dl»t ohttn n iti M*ry*vl|l<- unci for
m*r p*jiu»r of U)r»« Heat tie church**,
will tm held lit the Kimt Methodist
I j church. Sundnv a/ternocm.
at ? He diwl at the J*e*ttle C»< i,
*« ThurwUv afternoon*
He wmm 69 y*nrn of JUtt*
/ffcs
asr
Respect for
Little Things
A penny t* » v*ry lit
tie thing, but respect for
It prompt* the owner to
spend wl»ely, and mvr
! <T»refully.
Careful Kiivinc of the
' pennies Ktve* one dollars I
I to *|»en<l
Now | S the time to be
gin the my Meniatlr waving |
of the ixnnl«» |
Our pocket hank will
help. Auk for one.
[Japanese
Commercial
■ -"3£fianK , <"£s£ |
LOWEST RATES TO
CALIFORNIA
SAN FRANCISCO
LOS ANGELES
SAN DIEGO
*. « JUI IHT l«
* %. HII.H'II ITC. JIM »H\ I*
Good urgr ntiuiti
rooinn •lid un»iii ptmrd n.caU. Erufl
ron>»nl»n<-« for puxnfrt. Ilatea
an-1 full particulars at City Tlckat ■
Offtra.
THE M'CORMICK LINE
11 U C berry »t. I'huar
mm-
WW**
Nuxated i in> itrtngth
mtuis endurancr of delicate. ner
vous. run-down people in two
time In many n»tan<ea.
It hui* b**en u»ej and indorsed by
sin ». i • n n* H<»n !.• -: • M Shaw,
former srrfetary of the treasury
and ex-gfovernor of low*; former
t'nlted States Senator and Vlca
l'rea»«I« Dt»al Nomine*- Charles A.
Town*, t". S C mmlsajoner of
Ininiicrntion Hon. Anthony t'am
inetti. also I'nited States Judge
C» W Atkinaon. of the court of
rial me. of Washington, and oth
er* Aak your doctor or drugstst
about tt.

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