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tomorrow
ends our
—come tomorrow, Saturday, the
last day of this remarkable sale,
and take advantage of the splen
did money saving opportunities!
—hundreds of articles for the home,
showing savings for you —
; 25% to 50%
—an unusual, distinctive feature of this sale is that
credit is extended on the JANUARY SALE
PRICES!
—this is an exceptional opportunity for the home
furnisher!
rMCVU .tfS&t
Standar AMjwiiraiture Co
•KSTAeuSHCO- OMBHR 1 •
pffi BOSTON'S
b MIDWINTER CLEARANCE SALE
Kim *
MSr- i
[Tomorrow a Host of Incomparable
BARGAINS
! A Greater Money's Worth Than You Thought Possible
>
—Na. I—W«w«< Military i| 'I ■
I l*tt IIpH Ijwr llwita, tain, U* |
(■■IkTA i J In tan call, [r» aiul brown n" i /
I 1*1»| 111 hli (flwta ml Marli U'l ItCf'l I
Ik I'M a.n <>M; soo pair* al. prr pair H*| n f'l I
ju y| a 2_ $ 4 - 95 - $5.95 B> V| Ml /
I I Vl \\ .?!. sT.na L !/•/ (
I V 4 \\ W-W No. J—Womm'« IxiuU IMf jbl 1
ft ' W VV 'art Boot*. In rw ami f' jhj V
brown kI«L tan rail and Miuk A/ /Fj /\
w XTi'V •. kid; hand tanned and wrltrd F> > #»/ / \
I •* ti QC ~RK t St / /
pair» at #H«93 p.uh j^Jr^ /r / J
No. "S*-^Homm'i l»ul» Hwl J /
larf (loot* In rhnmpagnr kid. / jd
«rajr, brown and Mark kid;
~>l wdlrt and hand tnrnrd win,
\ .11 P"'r* QC PKH /
Y .11 ■* 4>«3>7w iMiit
|l •T| *1 No. t—M'otnrti'a and flirt*' [' j! II i
l\ .1 **• KntlUh Walking Slinn.. In Wo. h* 11*3 /
|f. 1 «I |l 1 tan and hlark rail; kalhrr * I* I IT /
1 »\ l**W or rnhbrr writ antra. 100 Prlrr ■•"Ml /
? 1 •! A »3.®8 pair* d>n Qg PKB f2.f»5 •' : B. ; /
I 1 *\ at rtiß f• J I
I No. s—Womrn'a Rutton Boot*. /> L \
HIkH top*, in patmt kid. kid. \
: i itlfakln and twi>-l<mn rffrrta; J I '/
\ I-on I* Iralhrr wrltrd f tT (P ~-r<r J
> U X w, ">: VM an qj« ||II / * yC
L p \ \ pair* at.. VMaSfO /
tNo ft—Wotnm'n Kid and Pat- B" ,
mt I an- Hhora, hljh top*,
wrltrd Mdra. gray mil fawn C * /
or bla<'k rloth top*; 1.000 |mlra ft /
$2.95, $3.95, H!f
$4.95 *;„r
fi.SS fit . A
Every ll»-m I* markrd l»w \
f*»r (|iiif U —for it U » -at:
rlirlrf with tlifs 04-fltore V#
orx<iiiiz;Uion to rurry M //'
Mtof'k from on»* mumoi) to mi-
A p«irrhn«inr chanco that
fmv will rnIHH. A
Kv«ry
to Rxchnngrn I I for
juiy tifiM* within M#?vrn w olliith. Ki fimdM
£. sample BMOE swop " ,,r
3®con<i Ploor Cit«l Secorwi 5t-
TWF SEATTT.E STAR—FRIDAY. JANUARY 10. 1910
LET'S DIG THE
NEEDED DITCHES
NOW, HE URGES
"If there nrr nny dltrlie* to be •tun
in the mala. lrl thetn be 'lnn now,"
' nulil I-Jtwrem-e Wood. M*f«l em
ploy ment dlrei-tor. Krlda\ Mi* puk
■rati till* ita * rniiiulrui'lton m™>
I urn to make work for the aacond
' Imteh Of Ineomin* (llm lun *'d Hen I
' tie mill Wnnhlnutoll aoldlera »nd
| mil lor*
"The government ha* nnmed th«»
•oUtlrra' and aallora' Information and
placement bureau a community *er
vice," \\ ood "but IKt rom
munlty in Inc U to h«> k down.
ploriitK all the ri-i|M»n«lhlUly of re
plating fl*htln* men upon the gov
eminent, ivrtainlv, the eommunl
tie* who «ent their quota of boy*
awav ought to find plain-* for thMB
to return to."
Only SI returned men were placed
In Jot* Thurnday Krlilay mornln*.
result* wmv .omewhat better Hut
the lack of re.pon«e of Rruttle em
ployer* to the rail for work h wr
loudly handicapping th«i bureau. Ac
cording to Wood
M -re than « oi>o qm atlniinairr*
I hn*i' be,n Mnt to ettv employer#. In
, addition to a letter of .ipfK-.il a*kln«
■ their co-operation In replacing men
at (a*l as th»y come In The t|Uee
j tlonnalre requeata the firm name.
S wage* and all other detalla of the
! work offered.
Wood l» planning to go to Camp
tjewia to confer with commanding
officer*. He will aak them to urge
j men «»f other communltl<*a to return
to them. *lnee Bent tie wilt hava all
; nhe can hand la, he nays.
SEATTLE COMPANIES
GET FEDERAL BOATS
Three new I'nlted Htatea .hipping
! board ve»»el« have been aiialifned for
lo|wratliMi to Keatlle nhlppinu ror
liaratlona, and are acheduled to a»
| il«t In the promotion of Oriental
in«t .Siberian tnnlr It i« »nnouM<«l
bv J I) local »hlppln|
Uwnl operative, Krblay.
The vvfurb «r* th© W'rml Mul
m \t». KtMy rorporotjnn
whip, the Karroo nt. UNo r«»natru« t
m) by (tklnnfr A E<t«l>\ *n«t th#
KkW»ron. * product of the T«*l«1
yurtli
Tb#*y ir« »iwiffn»«l rwiwtlvfljp lo
the uhlpping firm* of II K l>»
tramlrr A Co. th* Aitmlnl line,
ami Crutber* A IHi on
Thai !>•*• >»« 4ffr«-1 I|m4
liremumr of M» t >nh *nj U,»tlv«
effect. I.AXATIVR |:ii«»\(M Qf I
NINK (T*hku) rtn br (ftkrn by
tnyoitc without canning n«-r%
n*«* or rtßgini; in (h« h*e4. Thrr«
|l« «n!r out Trvm-i Qumln<*" K
W OftOTITI lisnnviPf on th« b* \
ate.
Mrs. Preston at
G. O. P. Meeting
The women who ovtrturixNl
(irwwli»nt today n( I In* republican
national convention, wwn Mr*
Mary O-unlt liuy, New York,
who held the |in»«v of t*«»mtnlt
tceimin Ounder (Maori, North Im
kola. and Mm Jo*t»phln# t'orlUn
Prenton, Olympln, Washington*
who ht-ut th«« prosy of Commit
termini Walker, of her hum*
■lata. Mrs. IVflton Is ntate
■uperlntmdent of nchooln of
\N uniting ton.
CUDIHEE NEVER
GAVE HER GIFT,
SHE ASSERTS
Charging that her husband threat
a tied to kill her with the revolver
uned by Harry Tracy notorious bandit
att. lira Ella Cudihee t«.ok the stand
In her divorce case against Edward
Cudlhe*. three times sheriff t>f King
county, Friday Ctidlhe# won fame
in the sensational man hunt nearly 20
years ago
The trial In !>eing conductad before
Superior Court Judge Allen
Mrs. t'udlhee rhnrged u»e of abu
sive language, misconduct and In
incompatibility.
Walter Fulton, Cudlhee'* attorney,
filed a cross complaint Friday, a»k
Ing that the defendant t«e given the
divore«* Fulton staled In hta sum
mary to Judge Allen that he w«*uld
prove by evidence that Mr* Cudlh##
had trtml on neveral oecafllona to set
her husband to deed hla property to
her, and that nhe went to clairvoyants
ants and mediums in an effort to
learn bow nhe could arrovvjfllsh thta.
Ne%er Took ller to Hlww
"My hu»band has never ma
a Christmas preaent. and baa not
taken me to a theatre In seven
years Mia. i*udihee teattflrd
Nhv aald that iitie Stilt had a f**l
Ins <sf aftertlon for har buaband.
when <|Ur«tion#4 by Fulton.
Tlvro la a difference of JO year* In
the M|(ei, of Mr ami Mr* Cudlhee
The •flute la worth •ppmltmately
MO oho.
Vivian Carkeek and Sam Piles former -
ner United States senator. are Mr*.
Cudllww'a attorney*.
'BIG FIVE' SOON
WILL DICTATE
WHAT WE EAT
WABHINOTt>M. Jan l» - l*nlf»a
r**tilat*d. tha "big five" packers will
he abb> In a f*w yrara |n di-tair
what food th* American people ahatl
eat and th* prices th»y shall pay.
Chairman <"olr*r. <>f th* dederal trade
■'illl nlttrin, rhanr*d lr»ta) h*for*
th* hotta* lnt»r»tat* ramm*rr* com
mitt**
Th* hi* flv»," h* polnt*d out. art>
rapidly *nt-r-«ai hln» on n*w llrwa of
Induatry. *xt*Pdinf th*lr away ov»r
th* nation * f>*>d aupply
"And whan." h* aald. "th*** flv*
rt>n<-*ma turn th*lr attantlnn to a
n*w Induatry, tt aandx a mM chill
down tli* apln* of th* li*V*p*nd*nt
ponr*ma in that Industry I'auaJly
I heir fight la Ina: b*for» It la brcun."
Kiddies Fight and
Mothers Join In;
One Dollar Fine
"I will defend my children with
my life'* blood-
Thu« d«- lared Mra Marie MrfV>n
aid In Justice lit inker * rourt Krt
day morning. when ahe to«ik the
■tend to (are the chance of *trlklng
Mr* Huale I Inline* in the b r over
a <iuarr<«l lietween the children, In
front of their t>omea out on lot!)
"I rave a neighbor'* boy SO rente
to heat up Mr*. Holme*' kid. and I
would do It ntrain." *b» told the
court.
Mr*. Holme* tßatified that ah*
went d»wn to talk over th* trouble
with Mr* McHtciald and th* latter
•truck Jier In the face, breaking her
glaa*e*
Mr* wa* found guilty
by the Jury and flnerl one dollar
and coat*, Friday
Lane Says Hundred
Million Is Really
"Absurdly Small"
WASHINGTON. Jan JO Amerl
ca must provide op|Mirt unity for re
turned wild lor*. Secretary of the In
t'-rlor I..'ine declared today, at a hear
ing on hi* bill providing 1100.000 000
to reclaim land for fnnn purpoae* for
the men now returning home
'The iwildler doe* not want char
Ity; all he a*k* la opportunity," *ald
I .fine
Irfine mi ill hi* only regret wn* that
the pro|io*ed appropriation wa* "ab
■urdly icnall "
AUGUST MEYERS IS
MULCTED BY THIEVES
August Meyers. 21# Fourth ave.
■H . I* mad Friday. Thursday nlitht
burglars went thru hi* room ami
didn't leave murh. They toolc hta
21 Jeweled watch net with three dla
monda. and valued nt 1180, hla new
blue aerjee ault. Juat tailored for
$47.60; two aultcaaea. worth $45 and
$2O. two valuable ring*. underwear,
*ork«. wrktlea. AußiiHt almimt
had to make hla rejiort to the |>ollre
In hla pajamaa.
J. D. ROSS, ILL, IS IN
SERIOUS CONDITION
J. D Ross superintendent of the
city lighting department, *uff«'rc(l n
turn for the wor*t Friday noon, rit
hi* home. 51* 30th ave. ft , where ho
I* lying werloimly 111 with Influenza,
cording to word received by city officials
da t*.
Telephone* In the Ross home have
been cut off In order to atop tin flood
of phone Innulrlo* concerning the
condition of Seattle's light and pow
chief.
ARREST TWO BOYS AS
ALLEGED BURGLARS
Two boya. n«tea 14 and IJ, , ir ,,
h« lri by th" Juvenile authorltli'* |. r i
d.'iy for the alleged theft* of watt-hen,
t'lothlriK and money from different
downtown ''ti.lillahmentH. They
wi r' nrn "ti'd by Officer \V. J. Itlcli
tnlre at Fifth live and l.'nlun at.
Thurmluy ln^JiL.
SHORTAGE OF
HOUSING STILL
SERIOUS HERE
"The demand fur Hvldm a*«*miiiiO'
(littiofii* Im morn preaaliiM (• ••lity and
iw»r» dlffbult to niitlafy than nt any
tlllin alltt'n IhlH iiffh'i- \sii« i)|Mintd "
Thin *tut«*mmt in leaned l» y the
Unit*) Htatea llomea lir»tcliati at lon
l»ui mil, 4<*3N Al*ade building, Krl
»iav, followinif hi inor—ulnar Inflow
Into of |»hi|ilh do«lf Ihk to lo
'Mi" Mfti who runnot obtain hofnea
Dlm-bariced hiili||r: 4 from Camp
l*ewl«. who hIV« h»r»lofbr<t lived
In other WeHern atate«, ere coming
to B»*itttl««, and - ending for their
famiilm. to frteet (hmn her®.
And there Ate no hoinna fot them
Individual rail* for hotmlng #er
vl«*e at the home* bureau aveiage
200 day. The building pro*mm la
not lumping |«i«t with the «l«*mand
for hi>uf»«*N It la i luinoM
The bureau will Ik* maintained
while the jiresunt conditions oon
tlnue. It 1m announced
BAN UPON RICE
IS NOW LIFTED
lib-*, one of the biggest and mint
important Oriental Imports. may
now be imported without restriction
iw orditig to a <'«minunlratinn )u«t
rwvjvel by the (Chamber of Com
mere# from the w<»r trade board at
Waahlngton
llrwipiii at thin port are i**|»wtel
to b« materially Inrreaeed almoat at
once, mm a rcault of the lifting; of the
embargo.
ApplhtttloiM to export wheat flour
to Itrttlah |M>*<M>Ml<irui In th« # Went
ern hem la (there. will twelve favor
able consideration, lOPOfdlfll to the
war trud* board
250 Pounds of Law
to Play Part in Car
Purchase Action
Fifty t*r»l liu<k|i w«|gbln( !»#
poumlt will \m hroutM into itrpati
m*nt No I of th* »u(ttwr ivuil by
curpornllon attorn* va Monday, *h»n
Ibr IU fl(hl n|f dn>( (h*
application for an arlft itllrtlnlni
Ihr romp'.tllon of Uw IIS.IM.IM
trartlon ih*l *
Assistant Corporation ilmm Counsel T
J- L Kennedy MnvmMnl Ih* !U
pounda of l*raJ -nalirr th» rlty
law library PVidny riiwdldc Ka/'h
booh ranlnliu aowo i<cal point of
authority »n which the city will eon
tMt th* <•»*•
Tb* action la brouitht F. A.
Twichell taxpayer <>r W a text #h»* to
d*t*rmln* th* validity of th* ordl
ordinances *a whereby th* city |.l»l«ra It
»l( In pay f«r tha traction system
with IIS "oo 000 in public utility
bonds
Many Emigrate
From Canada Now
VANCOUVER, B C. Jan 10. Th*
labor altuatlon in thla country la b*
inn much r*ll»v»d by th* *-nl*raU»n
of ffr*lan*ra from Canada,
Ins to report* tntvl* to Ottawa. In
th* Toronto and Hamilton dJatrUta
alone elm* November 11. mora than
IjBOO laloirrra ha\* l*ft f<>r oontl
ncntol Kurop*. rmmtly via N*w York
Bolsheviki Slay
Poles in Vilna
WARSAW, Jan JO Th* llvlabe.
vlfc army. Ihoimnd irtrong,
I.an driven out the l"oll*h militia. anil
iinui'W Yllua.
Th* i Ivilian imputation la being
nuubwirrrd, rrp«irl« hi)'. The l*ole*
irt charged with »him(lnic rwr*l
member* of local BoUhevlk com
mlUimi
COMMUNITY "SINGS"
IN CITY HIGH SCHOOLS
Community aingtng In Heattle'* el*
hlirh achoola will be formally Inaug
united Tuewtay. January 14. with
elaborate program* Home of the
t»*t mualciana In the city will pirtl'
Ipate Final arrangc.nent* were com
|tl*ted Friday
l-I.W \ II I W. HKN'KFTT
Seattle lodge. Nn 1. A, O. U. W..
will hold a meeting Tuesday evening,
at Evergre«n hall. In th* Arcade
building "Frontier Night." a benefit
entertalnmoi*. will be given January
A SUBSTANTIAL BANK
ACCOUNT
This is i land of opportunities. Most young men
an.l women may look forward to making more
money than they need spend. Those who seriously
intend to have a substantial bank account al a cer
tain age arc money-savers. They deposit a certain
amount weekly, bi-monthly or monthly in a good
Strong bank. Their capital is safe there. And it
grows.
/tfKw Furthermore, savings depositors
»y M,) * ,n:,^c ' any risky invest
[m d&l ) ments. They become acquainted
with their bankers and do not
■ i_ j hesitate to ask advice on any
Liberty bonds . , ~ , .
,i>n vnt v.ii i/oiir investment that offers profitable
Hbrrty Hond* i/nlf.n r»fnrnv:
youmunt. Ifyouhnrr rciliril>.
to nrll them, in-'ll buy
ni K, b;mk accounts almost in
parrti u patnpMrt „ir variably begin ihat way. I hey
are simply the logical develc>p
iiond* it* /re- /.. r ment of the savings bank habit.
thr askirif/ Call or
i,-„ j Having* l»c|M»rtniciu open «\ery Sal
Bona Department unia> night from <, to *
THE SEATTLE NATIONAL BANK
Resources $30,000,000
MAKE A START FOR
GOOD TEETH
RIGHT NOW!
Don't drlny nny longer on the matter of
your teeth. Come right to the Regal Dental
Office» and let one of our expert! give your
teeth a thorough examination. He will tell jv*" "
you at once ju»t what ia needed to put them Q
into perfect condition and also ju»t what the
coat will be to you.
Don't Worry About the Cost • |
Our prices have been brought down to the (
lowest possible level tor strictly first class dental
Doing a large volume of business as we . '
do it Ilis1 lis tu lake smaller profit B
"u the individual patient than office which l\
does .i small volume can possibly afford to take.
We use the best of material / \
I;cr\ operatur a graduate registered den- - W /
list. M m /
Vou will find lhat every operator in this JM /
office has his certificate from the state dental
board hanging right on the wall in front of his
dental chair right where you can see it.
Painless Methods
We are able to perform practically any kind
of dental work without hurting the patient a bit. y dr. l. r ciark
Work Guaranteed
Our guarantee protects you from every angle. If for any reason work
done here Joes not give you entire satisfaction, we want you to come back
to us and let us make it right.
But don't delay.
It is about time that you gave yourself the advantage of a good set of
teeth.
REGAL DENTAL OFFICES
DR. L. R. CLARK, Manager.
1405 Third Avenue. N. W. Corner Third and Union.
In Every Respect Seattle's Leading Dentista.
Diagonally Across the Street From the Postoffice. Be Sure to Get to the Right
Place.
LADY ATTENDANTS ON DUTY AT ALL TIMES.
Big Appropriation
Provided in Bill
WASHINGTON, J»n If Itecord
appropriation* for the e*panelon of
■ America'* foreijcti cwmmerf* and
for rrarvrrh work to lid MuMrli*
at Horn* wern mtrlH In lh« l«*l»
lauve rwoMlvt and Judicial appro
priation bill Introduced In the hou*e
today by luprMMnUUx lljrrr.ua,
j Term Th» bill al». c* inert a I SI.-
! 000,000 fund for International Heve
nue <\»mml»*loner ltoj>er'» Income
and profit ta* dodge drive. In ad
dition t« another 15.000.000 to enable
ttnper t<\eitend bbt organlwtlon.
The state department U given au-
thorlty to hire 100 more employe*
to handle growing diplomatic hual
ne*a and the cenau* bureau l* given
ll&.ooo 000 for the next cen*u*
Canada to Extend
Booze Prohibition
VANCOUVER. B C., J«n. JO -An
official announcement will *hortly
be |a*u<-d by the Dominion government
merit, extending #ur prohibition of
liquor for another two years, at
!ea*t. A* a war measure. Canada
l«i««eil regulntlon* a year ago, forbid
ding Importation of ll<|uor and prohib
iting uhlimirnt* from one province to
another.
Bread Inquirer is
Milk Bottle Thief
Walking Into the Union bakery
217 I'nlun »t., Friday morning, and
dickering tlnvl the price of bread. a
man wearing a black overcoat anl
h>( ranlrivnt to allp out of thr door
when the clerk run t looking, with
a Belgian Relief bottle containing
approximately J«. The police have
not been able to find him.
DOWNSTAIRS DEPARTMENT
1-2-3-4
Yes, They Represent
\ the Savings in sss
Offered thrifty women
tomorrow in these
Late T rimmed
yj)) 1 Hats at
\ f
"1 ■ \
They include the lat
est models and
are shown a profusion I
of the season's most at
tractive shades. wm/ *' > K
Their trimmings place Bj||nL
them in the class with >
those mostly worn by uP-'IKhJS \
the fashionably dressed IppPjj N /
' .
If it were not for the ii jj --rrX /
enormous buying power | ~~l
we enjoy and our de- vj* I" J
cided advantage in hand- jijjjS' jjj I I
ling large quantities of ' I
Mats from wholesalers who wish to close out ends 1
of lines—these prices would not Ik* possible.
tffietkiUMeti
largest Itflillinery §ior*
Second at Seneca
r\(>: HI K/.I.ARY (HAIUiK
Frank Barry and William Evans
■ire charged with breaking; Into tb«
Neft Jewelry Co '* store, 10*4 Flrat
ivc . on January 4. In an attempt to
burglarize the pine*. In an Informa
tion filed In superlor court Friday.
WIIX C IHIOMF V. W. THI HTEES
The V C. A. will elect trustees
next Friday, at T p in.

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