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furnishings! savings from '/4 to V2I il ■■ ffl m*II Dfl X II a A A A I H I || ■ lor immediate clearance about 100 pieces of dining room furnishing* have been • kmemiy under priced. Odd pieces ana floor samples, buffets, dining tables, china calbinets, w ing tables. —the national furniture manufacturers' expositions at Grand Rapids and Chicago in January showed furniture price increases from 35 to 50 per cent, so a purchase during this sale will not only represent the saving on last year's price (basod en im t yom/s cost), bmt the additional 1920 prion increase as well! QUITE IMPORTANT! TiSXSSS —a lew el the values ate hew siren: $ll3- ... mm—*———— savtag $12.50 , ... saving sl9 P jßVtaf (3126 safes $22.51 " • ▼— £r saving $28,56 saving s27 saving sso— saving $31.50 saving SI3J6 saving $10.75 saving $17.50 snving s2o— mmm^mmmamm Mmmmm sari* $15.75 r # saving $23 — saving s2o— sol— ss6 saving $30.50 Sta ndar«3ihTnitmv£o —mahogany china cabinet; No. 272; Queen Anne period design; regular price. $223.50; sale price. $112.50. —walnut china cabinet; No. 545; regular price, s6o—; sale price. $47.50. —walnut china cabinet; No. 38; regular price, $61.75; sale price. $12.75. —walnut china cabinet; No. 652; Queen Anne period design; regu lar price, $87.76; sale price. yyfr.KA, —mahogany china cabinet; No. 367; regular price, $6&50; sale price. s4o—. —mahogany china cabin*; No. 552; Louis XVI. period design*, regular price, $80—; sale price, $51.56. —walnut china cabinet; No. 706; Queen Anne period design; regu lar price, sBs—; sale price, s4&—. —mahogany china cabinet; No. 834; regular price. $117.50; sale price. $67.50. —Jacobean quartered oak china cabinet; No. 1706; regular price, sB6—; sale price. $54.50. —Jacobean oak china cabinet; No. 368; regular price, sso—; sale price, $36.50. —Jacobean oak china cabinet; No. 2881; regular price, $62.75; sale price, s43 . —Jacobean china cabinet; No. 612; regular' price, |70 —; sale price, ss2£o. —Jacobean oak buffet; No. 401; 54-inch top; regular price, $82.50; sale price, $62.50. —golden oak buffet; No. 5041; regular price, $49.50; sale price, $33.75. —mahogany buffet; No. 294; Adams period design; regular price, $67.50; sale price, $44.50. —brown mahogany buffet; No. 655; Louis XVI. period design; 60-inch top; regular price, $107.50; sale price, $87.50. —walnut buffet; No. 34; Louis XVI. period design; 60-inch top; regular price $l66 —; sale price, —walnut buffet; No. 88%; 66- inch top; regular price, $148.50; sale price, $92.50. —mahogany buffet; No. 27; Adams period design; 54-inch top; regular price, s97—; sale price, $57.50. saving $39 — saving Ill saving s2s— sl2 saving $25 — saving s22 saving <2o— s24 saving $11.25 saving $17.50 saving s24 saving sls— $15.75 saving $12.50 saving $11.65 saving $17.65 saving s6 saving $17.55 ■■■■■■■■ saving sll— THE SEATTLE STAR—MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1920. —Jacobean quartered oak buffet; No. 292; regulnr price, $86.50; sale price, $47.50. —fumed oak buffet; No. 1291; regular price. >48.50; sale price, 937.50. 240; 54-Inch top; regular price, $77.50; sale price, $52.50. —fumed oak buffet; No. 192; 4£-inch top; regular price, $59.50; sale price, $47.50. —Jacobean oak buffet; No. 615; 54-tneh (op; regular price, $110—; sale price, ISS-. —Jacobean oak buffet; No. 610; M-inch top; regular price, $97 —; aale price, $75-^ —Jacobean oak buffet; No. 401; 64-inch top; regular price, $72.50; sale price, $52.50. —mahogany Colonial design din ing table; No. 608 ; 48-inch top; 6-foot extension; regular price, $77.50; sale price, $53.50. —quartered oak dining table; No. 2825; 48-inch top; 6-foot exten sion; regular price, $58.75; sale price, $47.50. —walqut dining table of Adams period design ; Na 2825 ; 48-inch top; 10-foot extenaion; regular price, $62.50; aale price, $4&-^ —flush rimmed mahogany fining table; No. 608 ; 54-inch top; 6- foot extension; regular price, sBs—; sale price, s6l—. —Jacobean oak dining table; No. 110; 48-inch top; 6-foot exten sion; regular price, s4s—; sale price, $3O-s —Jacobean oak dining table; No. 402; 4H-inch top; 6-foot exten sion; regular price, s4B—; Kale price, $32.25. —walnut dining table; No. 2325; 48-inch top; 8-foot extension; regular price, $55 —; sale price, $42.50. < —Jacobean quartered oak serving table; Jvfo. 1705; regular price, $41.50; sale price, $29.85. —mahogany serving table; No. 377; regular price, $87.50; sale price, $19.85. —Jacobean oak serving table; No. 2331; regular price, $22.50; sale Price, $16.50. —walnut nerving table; No.' 377; regular price, $37.50; Rale price. $19.85. —Jacobean oak serving table; No. 873; regular price, $27.50; sale price, $16.50. VANDERVEER PLEA DENIED BY COURT HERE'S MORE ABOUT WILSON NOTE STARTS ON PAGE ONE to withdraw If the I'nlled ntataa' at tltude on the Adriatic queetlon la not uphelil TJm Journal dea Debat* believed Wlleon'a anion "pointed In lha right direction." but La I'rea** declared that "tha moment tha Adriatic qilea tlon la near aattlement President Wllaon aeetna about to braak up everything by threatening lo with, draw." I. Intrnnelgeant aald non-oomtnlt tolly that In view of tha fact the I'nltcd Htatea control* iminenaa quan tlttaa of franoa. pound* und lira, lha altlea will ha reluctant lo relejiae tfce thunderbolt* of wrath. • a a Sec. Polk ConfirDu U. S. Disagreement NRW TOIUC. r»b M —<Owted I're a* ►— fi nnk Polk, acting aorre tary of gtste, today confirmed tha r» port that tha I'nlled ptatos la not In agreement with tha Franco-Bfltiah comprotnlae proposal for settlement of lha Adrlntlc dlapule "It la well known that thl# gov ernment la not In agre*m*nt with lha British and Krenrh proposal«, •alii l*olk. who la at the homa of hla root liar, Mrs William I'olh. "Howevrr. I know nothing about tha content* of tha dispatch eent to the Bflllah nnd Kranch government* a* I waa not in Washington when ll *H forwarded ' AMERICAN HELD BY MEX BANDITS W. W. Adams Is Kidnaped for Ransom WASHINGTON. Feb l(.—Wlleon Welch Adam* was kidnaped by Mexican Uandlta on the night of ! Kebruary 11 at Abaloa. In 7-scatecss and la bring h»ld for to 000 peoos ranrom. the etate depaitinent waa i advised today. Adama la superintendent of the ; Provtdsnrta mine, operated by the Mineral* and Metals company o( Monterey, an American con<-ern Me ha* a wife and child living In I"Oe Angeles Ths bandit* art reported Is have looted the warehouses of the com pany at Abaloa. mats department reports also said that threo columns of Mexican fed era I troops >r* In pursuit of the bandit*. Tha Amerlaan embassy at Mole* aty has .been notified of tha abduc tion. Two Firemen Killed in St. Louis Blaze ST. UHTia. Mo. Pah. U—Two firemen were reported killed tad nev er*) others Injured In a fire in the plant of ths Amsrlosn Manufactur ing company her* late today, eight firemen were burlad under tons of baled bear grass while fighting the blaxa. Among tha eerlooaly Injured was Assistant Fir* Chlsf John Y. Barry. TONIGHT • P. M.—Knlghla of ClililUl si—lt school, ill Mart— st. (Ka4—l* baM *p— k—a TUESDAY • P. M.—Maaonlr temple, Har- Tard are. and Ptn* St—PoUoo mea's ball. hall. l«l«H Third Uewellyn. former ««llslsill drist of sun of the :mh dirt*lon. will adflrfsi Kainler post, America* Isglis. "The American TH vision In Combat," Ulustrstcd with bat Us map. Gonzales Escape* Ambush of Rebels Kt. PA SO. Texas. Peb. It—Gen. Pablo Conialss. randldat* for presi dent of Mexico and commander of federal forces trying to conquer the Pelaex rebels In ths Tamplco oil region, narrowly escaped capture In an ambush, according to delayed rw porta reaching her* today. (Paid Advertisement) ' » Vote for and Re-Elect U. DRAKE For Two-Year Term in City Council Beat Poated Man on City Finances in Seattle (Paid for by th* Solo Club) Charges Lumber Interests Pay for Montesano Trial t.UAYB HARBOR COIHT HOI NK. Monleeano, M. l»-~ Itemaode Uial tlia drfrnM bo al lowed lo Introduce wllmmm In an attempt In prott Dial Ilia proaerullon of the Centralia mur der trial lirrr la Mnf paid for by private fund* ralacl by Ilia lumbrr lnlcre»i« were drilled by Judge John M. Wilson today. Tlint mnttar la not an laiua In Ihla <*ae," waa lha court's rulln*. after Attorney Vanderveer offarad to prove that "Ihla la not a public but a private pi oaecuUon. "We wnnt to ahow thai lhare waa a collection of fund* by tile lumber companies," Vandervear declared. "Wo have a right lo know What her thla caae t* being conducted aa a pub ho prosecution or by prirata Inter ests," Hpaolai rroaaculor* Ahal and Cun ningham wera upheld In thalr con tort tlon thai Uia employment of clun eal had nothing to do with tha l**ue la tha ana*, which, they aald, "waa puraly a quaatlon of the guilt of lha defendant* who are facing a ft ret do- Krai* murder oharga," promnttion dkniiw VANDKKVKKR (VAKOI Abel denied tha truth of Vsnder veer's oJl>k itlon, and rlmrgsd the de ranee attorney with an attempt to i-onfuae tha Issu* »n<] d. lay tha pro cedure In ilia trial. Tha testimony of numerous wit nii'i wag taken today to further corroborate the state's contention that three men were ahooting from Hemlnsry hill, overlooking the U>wn W. H. Cooiey, a Master, taatiflrd he aaw three men leaving the hill Immediately after the ahooting n»aai il.* All of thrm were carrying it una he saJd. Several employ*, of the Raatern Railway A I.umber Co told of lieor tng slMwtimc from the hill at the antrw time the ahota were fired In the streets below Th* lumber company'a plant la located twtwwn tha ridge and Be»x>nd and Tower atreeta, where tha soldlor pamdera were killed Burt O. Clark. Seattle attorney snd rifle expert, wsa again called to the stand today, to tall of rinding the Jacket _of a »»-callhe r bullet In the cushion sfan automobile which was standing st the strset corner "After sighting thru the hoi* In ths aid* or th* machine. I am con vinced that the shot was fired from the upstairs window In ths Avalon hotel." Clark teetiflsd. Attorney Vsnderveer called John Watt, one of the men wounded on Armistice day, for further cross t»- ami nation . - - Best Gold $ J .00 Crowns 4 IB WMnfmUMmi*. t 1 Best $lll.OO Plates ll^"" HOW DO THESE STRIKE YOU FOR PRICES? Remind you of good old pre-war prices, don't they? The reason is that this office is under new management we are taking this method of getting ac quainted quick. Best materials and workmanship, of course. But you bet- ter hurry. BHiWIbIRI THE mmm NATIONAL ■■ DENTISTS Northeast Cornet Third omttL Pik% - "len't It a fact that you were *hot while running toward the 1. W. W. hall?" Vitnderveer aeked. "Absolutely no," waa the poaltlve raaponaa. Watt testified lft*t week that h» waa ehot while around tha oorner of a brick building from the Induetrlal let headquarter* The only algna of unueual activity In Monteaarto yesterday were »een ■hout the office* of Kpoclal Proa, rut or W 11. Atxt, whar< attorney* put In the day esii mining wltn-t-ee* to to talled thl* week. Bound* of activity, thn. were clearly heard from the upper floor of tha oourlhouss, whore tha l« Juror* and their four bailiff* are quartered. lUgtJmn and grand opera drifted down tha corridor* of tha building, and ilia *ounda of shuffling fact taut night led to Uia dlacovary that a "grand ball" waa In progress. The strain of tha trial has begun to tan on soma of the prlaonara. It la aald. tho tha danger of lnfluenm i« now nArlji past. Tha man in Car laaa riwwful la their manner than several weaka ago, according to their Jaliera. START BIDDING FOR 816 SHIPS Goethals and Franklin After Ex-Hun Vessels WASHINGTON, Fab. I«—(Cnlted I'rnss v-ridding In millions, Oon. (ieorge W. floe ths Is and P. A. 8. I'ranklln engaged In a spirited con test for flv* of th* ex-German liners, suction of which started at ths ship pine board hs re today. While th* suction was In prograaa, ths aensts adopted th* MrKeliar reso lution directing th* shipping hoard to hold up temporarily ths proposed sals. Ths first hid for ths liners waa 110,000,000. When th* auction ad journed for lunch tha highest bid waa 1M.100,000. by Franklin. Th* Oeorge Washington. Pr*sldrnt Wilson's ship, headed th* list of five, which are to go Into Hamburg- American service. The others were ths Marsha Washington. America. r> ssident Grant. Calloa and Man*, mond. fjoethals represented ths American Ship a Commerce corporation and PrankHn la head of tka International Mercantile Marina. Pedestrians IHI Hit by Autos 1/1 This Year ill An aged unknown woman. aald to have walked into nn auto by Dr. L. H. French, ill Walker Mldg. at Third *»«. and I'nlon *t , Haturday evening, wa* taken to her hotel lirulaed. The donor mid he did not iako her iuuiiv arid addreaa. Pedestrian* IHA Hit by Autos If/ This Year Hit Fred Larson I*2# Klnth ave, ■u*taln<d a upralned ankle when knotted down by tha fender of a <nr driven by William C. Gibson, K. 41m at. and 14th ave. N. K., at Terry ave. and Howell at Hatur day evening. t Pedestrians 1 ill) Hit by Autos I 1 \ This Year 1 111 An unknown young woman, who nald aha wa* not aerloualy In lured and walked away, waa knocked down at Fourth ave. and Virginia at by an auto driven by Mr« K. M. Brits, Bherwood apart ment*. Saturday evening. Pedestrians IVVI Hit by Autos I /A rAit Kear ill Mrs. E. M Brits. Bherwood apartmenta, struck an unidenti fied girt who waa walking In the middle of *th« street at Fourth and Westlaks area. Sunday after noon. Tha girl was knockad down but was uninjured. Pedestrians 1 iff" Hit by Autos I f K This Year . 111! Fred Larson. ISM Ninth at*, waa knocked down by an automo bile driven by W. C- Gibson. 41st at. and 14th ave. N. K- Bandar afternoon, at Tarry ava. and How ell at. Many Summoned for Biibee Jurors TOMBSTONE. Arlx.. Feb. W.—' Fourteen hundred of the 7.500 mjim on the Cochlee county Jury list wtll htn bwn called when the Blaba* deportation trial reopw thta after noon. Of thta number about (00 hare been actually eervad. L<eaa than half that number l« actually available fpr examination, becauae many are ttqwlUM under Arlaoo* lava.