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Taft Still Naps
•.' ■'. Taft Mill napn In the people* watch tower. a man from Mara,
reading the prcttldmil'* mcßKiigo, would iMumt thai the t'nlted
Stntr* In no* In ii condition of profound contentment, Proa be
ginning to nil the Instrument contntna M ntnrked 'demand for
proKri'K*, .in.l no note of dUaatlafactlnn with thliiK* »■ I'" I are.
It la the complacent m>-s>■:iki> of a complncent president.
Iv.ul.tlr-iH the m.mnrr In which he dr..ln with th« tariff will tie
generally approved, though even (bore he il...lk''» the vttnl laaiio
an to whether rates huuld be radically changed. He doe* t.iks
Kiii'in; ground, however, In favor of a iiclentlfle method of future
tariff revision. l!i< im:> ■» a i»-iiii.)iu-ut ronatntssloa, which a)iall
proceed with a thorough knowledge of the fact*, and rightly nay*
[lajgtotettoa ahoiild deal with Indlvldunl arhedtilen, rather 'ill with
' general revision, If we would avoid «» repetition of famlllnr evil*.
Hi la prnctlcally opposed to any further disturbance of rail
' roads mil trust*, at loaxt no Mr aa new law* looking to reatrlo
lion in.l regulation are 1011..111..1 The progressive sentiment,
which demand! physical valuation of the railroad properties, will
get no aid or comfort from the. White lloune.
If presidential complacency la disturbed anywhere. It la In rela
tion to lIM l\in.uii:i canal, H« think* the government mum pro
vide drydock* and repair ihopa, not only for the benefit of th*
navy, but for the benefit of the public na well. And he think* Inter*
state railroad* should not be permitted to own or control whip*
trading through the canal, lest the people log* the benefit of com
Thla sounds well, but means nothing, unless the prealdent la
prepared to (to further and urge that the nation Itaelf ahull own
anil operate fleet* of commercial ateamahlpi If thin la not done,
j Individual* controlling the railroad* will own the ahlpa In their pri
, vate capacity, or own them In the name of aome affiliated company.
The reault will be monopoly and exploitation of the public by
1 Taking It hr and large., the iii<*itiii«c« contain* no spark of
g«nlu», no Bole, of leadership. When the whole country I* demand-
Ing grave step* of progress for the betterment of the condition* of
life, he's asleep at the a witch. *
THK NATION STILL AWAITS TUB MAN. .
New Work for Labor Unions
1 The labor onions ot IV* Moln<*«. 7.000 strong, are. planning a
[ strike against high food price* that ought to win and »how the way
They propose to Join hands with the farmers and open co-
I operative meat ami grocery markets to supply themselves .m.l the
public generally with th* necessities of life at bedrock cost. They
will tackle meat firm. having a central market and storage war*
house to distribute the supply to numerou* branches.
Such distributive cooperation has won out In KngUnd upon an
enormous scale. It started very humbly wttii the poor weaver* of
onormoui acalf* It start>*<] mry humbly with th« i»»t ».-.n.-r« aj|
Toad Lane, RockdAl*. Now It doe* a buslnea* of hundred* of mil-
I lions a year.
American labor union* would accomplUh • great work of *<>< lal
j Statesmanship If they created a similar system here. I! la one way
( to raise the standard of living by making tho dollar go farther.
Future Arizona Justice
**•• - - *."
t Arizona Is the first state In the union to provide In Ita conatlttv
' Won for the recall of Jndge* by papular vote. "And now," says one
of the kept newspapers ot public arrvlce corporation*, "one need
cot b* a prophet to fortell the peculiar brand of jtutlce that will
(flourish in Arizona."
"Peculiar brand" la good—lt will be no different from the kind
: now banded down, by Judge* nominated and elected by corporation
• lawyer* and political bo**«*.
| The Arlxona judges will satisfy the people that they are
' straight; that they bold the scales even between men and money—
I OR THEY WILL OBT OUT!.
1 _ And thai will b« not only "peculiar." bat almighty refreshing.
Day of the Under Doj|
r * "Behind these attacks on the lord*," Ros«berry exclaim*, "looms
the spectre of socialism.*'
Well, with a million pauper*, many millions scarce able to exist,
L and a handful of great proprietors owning half of Engtand'a soil. It
| Is about time tor MB HiSQ to loom, don't you think?
Every dog has bis day. I'erhaps tho English are to se« the day
of toe under dog. hla day. Perhaps the Knc'.Uh are to see) tho day
Of th.- BWIM iI"K
[ OBSERVATiONS \
POINTER for lawyers; Missionaries report that moat Alaska
Indian, .re rich.
THE game of politics is like love. When yon win you often
lose, and vice versa.
WAPPV has shut down on raffling for boxes of chocolate* at
the cigar stand*. Isn't be the cute little reformer?
IF* Peary al*o thinks that be may have missed the North Pol*
by a few Inches, now's th" time for him to chirp.
O " o
HAPPY to record 'hat there were no hair pulling matches b*
' tween the satisfied suffragists at the polls yesterday.
o o o
IF Mr Diaz ha* taken all the prisoners he claims, hell have 13
rent some foreign soil for cemetery purposes later on.
o o n
ITALIAN lady arrested In New York had two daggers In her
•tocklng. They never noticed the dozen »be had In her hat.
a o o i,'
THE duwamish VALLEY »pl» should find some gleam Bj
hope In the ancient saw that "nothing laata"—not even double fares.
o o o
MAN 1 iuzht spitting on the sidewalk gives > iru*e that odor
from restaurant nauseated him. Original aad rather plausible, at
. that o o o
ACTOR people playing Seattle make rud» remarks becauie
they can't 1.11 bottle of b«er with Sunday dinner. What aplen
PRESUME that crusty old bachelors will point to aged I^roy
lenders, now a county Ja.ll guest, a* a horrible example of the evlla
■ o o
ARIZONA constitutionalist* declare for the recall of thn jiidicl-
Rary. 'Rah for Arizona. Bart Taft la an <•* judge and OMagraag I*
louny with lawyers.
PSH! Don't make any nolaet Knut<- Nelson* in Wanhln»:tnn
revising that majority report on Halltngor. Several place* where
the whitewash has got worn In.
WILLIAM, son of Pauline Wayne, the White House row. was
one of the ■»i |K>uri'li-ra who died without being considered for ap
pointment to the L'nltod State* supreme bench,
o 0 0
SUGGEST that the Seattle high schools have a Matrimony Par
lor where the schooWlay romances may bn attended to. Hither a
slender rattan or the janitor's slipper will do.
ASKED to surrender his night key. Harry Smith, of Oakland.
Cal . shot the mouth off his father. Father will put hla requenta
In writing hereafter, pe.rbapa, ilk a real family diplomat.
GRADUATES from Harvard In 1671 became the fathers or seven
children each; the laM of 1880 of less than one apiece. What
' jK'i It profit it man If he play winning football and leave no mum
to follow him?
Why Suffer? Gel Cured!
We Cure by the Newest European Methods, Applying the
Newest Scientific Discoveries of Modern Times.
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PACIFIC COAST MEDICAL INSTITUTE
Oor. Rorond Ay. >nd Wa*hln(t»n HI. i-,,, i.. Ail.ir... f oiicbv
■ KATTI.B. WA B .,IN,m>N. .h'^Va"'? Lull**.,,
Bu«ine M Brirtfters. Stir classified nd*. Buy or
•ell real estate, etc.
The Sweet Show Girl Manages to Worry Along
Somehow on Her Little $30.00 a Week, Really
Juet ThlnW, They Spend $19% Each Every Week for Trtflea Like Poa< Carda and Manicure Luxuries.
nr jiiiiv < mi ky,
Of th« ■»<*■••« ancient question*
that l"'*« i>'«i. rt>d Hi* Answer* to
Questions editors since Ham T.
.larks "Mark Ci<«.k company
flr*t took to th* hoards, thla on*
la th« tianlf«t of all to answer:
"Can show girl* b* respectable
and enjoy a good living on th*
salaries th*y rrceivf?"
ibinniiiK our vary (>••"( lnv**ii-
Ruling disguise laat night. ">«« one
In which we appear aa Old Mother
Mubbard, we ti*>n*tr»t*«l the back
stage of i' ■ Orpheum, after a tin ml
i<< hand struggle with th>' youth In
charge during Manage! Carl
Hotter* «i>».i!t« on a trip (»
Th* "liathlng niriii were th« ob
ject of our qucat.
In addition to the two soloists
of thla tabloid music ahow, there
•re all wry attractive ahow girl*.
Not th* churua girl. plea** bear In
mind, but (ha ftrefoot ten Inch
ahow girt; standard also guaran
teed by ihit maker, J Mart, New
"Do wa gut along on our little
wage*?" repeated Kdna Weltmi,
th* »!.»'f.n-ii brunette, second from
the right end.
•THEN IT HAPPENED"
■ !>a!ly I'!*.onilnu'.l Mtory )
This la a nature story
Hunnyfae*. th« IktUa brotbor of
■ 1 — iinprpuxiwotrd opportunity at iv»
TODAY'S STYLES TOD A r^^^^!^^ZF f
Appropriate 4R$Ah ffi&* *
Gifts for Men ™"*"^^Ki,|
Owing to the large growth of our clothing business. we
arc devoting more space to tin* department. Therefore,
we arc offering some excellent values in furnishings to ef
fect a disposal of them. During the present buying
season, these offers should not be overlooked.
Credit Will Make Christmas Buying Easy
i We present you with a most acceptable Rift—the privi
lege of using your Credit. If you do your Christmas shop
j ping by this meant, it will be much more enjoyable to you
and the ones you remember. Let at tell you more about
our Liberal Credit Plan.
Eastern Outfitting Co., Inc.
1332-34 Second Ac, Near Union St.
"Seattle i Reliable Credit House"
To Own ' I
Your Own Home
Mr. Reader, if you had a chance to take your ]
pick of the very best bargains that existed in i
| the very best offices in Seattle, wouldn't you
think that you had a rare opportunity?
Sure, you would.
Well, on December 15, in the classified sec- j
tion of Th« Star will appear a page of special
bargain!. The leading real estate offices will
each be represented with the beat bargains
they have listed at that time. There will no
doubt be a lot of exceptional values offered, as
only the biggest bargains rom each office will
be advertised. Watch for this and get your
home. It will be .i rare chance. i
Till ITAI WKDNKSDAY, DKCKMHKR 7. 1010.
"We get along all right and aav*
money," chorused Mabel Davenlsb,
Ituth Cameron and I'atay l.yon*.
I'atay la tin- gel* true name —
The girl* receive 110.00 a week.
i Their railroad and sleeper fare* '
ar* paid, and their atock—«r— |
hosiery Is also supplied by the pro
ducer of the act.
Patsy spend* her 130.00 thta way,
I tutll room I 7.00
Meal* In restaurant* .... 11,00
Cold cream, manlcurea,
hair dressings, Baal
card* of the Ml .... 3IS
Clothing (average) ..... 100
Khe figured up thla total to be
|I 5 »5. We found It quite correct
Th* other five girl* spend their
•Upend In much the *atae way
And In connection with 'ti«i
"Dathlng tiirla" a. '. it la lnt«r**t>
las: to note that th* salary paid
the *«xtette Is about th* *mall**t
Item on th* bill. The act carrie*.
In addition to th* awvet all. two
principal*, almost a carload of
•cen*ry and "prop*," and an el*o>
triclan and stage manager— 10 peo
ple in all
Imagine paying fare* and e*c«**
baggage rate* on th!* llttl* opera
ivtrr Rabbit, left h!* «nng barrow
•nd went where there wa* *x>m*
nice criap lettuce.
A* he started to nlhble the ten
der green growth his attention wa*
attracted by a Thing which looft-d
like a i>*r<lon of garden b<>»* with
shoe button ere*.
Hunnyface bopped nearer to let
a r.lo»*r took. The mar* he looked
(the nor« lho*« shur button i)ci
ethlng within tlunn)faoe told
him to «!" right home, but sumaliQw
! th" aectton of garden no** - iild
not kM him.
Jnat about thla time the section
>■'. garden note began to «ml'« la
a «risiy *ort of manner. d j
lluui.>fa.» h> i 1-4-4 nearer. . i
The women of IWiyanil, on th*
Kongo, wear wedding rinca of bra**
welded around tbflr oecka.
"What doth the liord reqttlr* of
the*, but to do juatly, and to love
merry, and to walk humbly with
I troupe from I.awrcncr-, Mass, to
They have jtiat made a jump
something Ilk* this
Returning to the show girl, 1
. found out what occupies the dainty
clan In aummer time, when the
! •how «bop* are closed.
rainy goea to her daddy'a farm
at Osslpee. N. II Bb* I* quite
proud of thin, Ukraine ah* i* a
neighbor of Will Creasy, th« *kulch
Iluth « .-ion a mother baa got
money, iluth admit* II HI.. spend*
, the summer with momni«<r at Dan
IMrm Wetton rest* up In Denver.
They've named a •',. .-t for her
over there, I believe.
The other girl* are glad enough
to toddle up and down the sunny
•Ide of Ilroadaay, they »ay. Aw
fully patriotic of them, now,
tan t It?
I ant rory grateful to th. Hath
Ing Girl*" for solving that ever- .
bating question, reference to which
la mad* In the opening of this little
We will neit turn to the twin In
terrogation: "My. but It must be
fine to be a reporter and know all
the murderers and thine*."
Austrian* claim that hor*e* are
•hod ■•tier In their country than
auy place else In the world.
Little Commandments far Dig
For tb* United Hutra n,f\ cor-
V" ration "Thou shall not kill
One of the mewl useful Invrn
tlon* for the rainy day Is tbr
"P^slo" convertible collar on
""»■« rravrnette coats.. The de
mand for them ha* Urns far »-i
'(•mm]«4 th« •ti|i ! .ly Hlmelhoca
Ilro*., *t «J5 Flr»t «t. have Just
r»c«lved a b«lat>d ablpmrnt of
I'rienly cr»vra»tt* coat* with
l'r—:n .o.,ara Th. regular price
I* ISO, but they will be "hurried
| out" •'•'• week at 111. Th»« I* an
Burton Orchard Tracts
$10 to $50 Per Acre
i i on the Upper Columbia River and Arrow lakes —
In the EaokNU 'Qorioui Kootenay" District ofSoathern Britisli CohtmlHeL
PROVEN FRVIT DISTRICT—
'•'"i" t""" Ullld adifining this property has taken pri/rs at fruit fairs at Nelson, B.
Sheltered by the mounUini and benefited by the warm ("liin.u.k winds in the winter.
AMPLE WATER WITHOUT IRRIGATION —
inftll during growing season no need o f"man made" irrigation
Y..u p.n id per cent down and the balitu c t
A FEW WATER FRONT TRACTS
FOR $25 AND $30 AN ACRE—
A icu <>t these arc left and may be lia<l at this lo* figure^
A DISTRICT WITH A FUTURE—
Ask an) man who has ever been in the Kootenay districl what he thinks <>!" the future af
this country. The unanimous verdict is thai it will surpass all other fruit districts hi
a vci v -.liort timr.
GET IN BEFORE THE RUSH—
Ii you <ant call at office, M-n<l post.,i and repre i ntai . n you.
YOU MAY BUY TWO OR FORTY ACRES.
British - American Land Co.
hl ""i llr'l Caplullntion, $SofiM Exclusive SaU rNfeats k»
BURTON ORCHARD TRACTS
Seattle Office, 475 Arcade Annex. Main 8644
IA ' R1 ' ' n! PICE, 112 Commerce Bldg.] Hewitl Aye Phone Main 452.
rACOMA OFFICE, Puget Sound Realty Co., Nintl ommen B8&
VANCOUVER nn |, |- p m Hastings Street.
Hlioii i in
Avoid lbs hurly-burly
Thaaa are word* of wisdom,
Late fthoppirra »!<■ vtirty
Thn world I* mads up of nil kind*
of peoplo, Including thoga who tliluk
they can shop In in and get away
Anyway, nothing I* gained by
postponing It. It nil goal on the
Champ Clark has handed blmaxlf
the aiifiiki r»hl|i on it silver platt*r.
Hut If he got* frnsb there's no >•<*
mm why It can't be taken away
from him with a sharp-pointed boot.
. "They Never Will Be Missed"—
(••iin ■ expire*
from the *cnate
Story end* la
ten relative* anl
ili'in fall to write
about a w- *k be
In 1..it5.1..1, there are an average
of 3.L00 birth* every week.
"Kffii'." MM Margaret, who was
trying to read a firm reader. "How
ran I tall a 'd' from a 'b'T
"Why," said Bffl*. "th* 'd 1 has
It* tummy on it* back."
001 MYSTERT BTOIIT.
Tata, the last chapter of Our
Mystery Story, complete* the j
longest word ever wrltteu In any j
i language. It occurs in Arlsto
phanea* "Kaklpslaxousal." a very
< excellent comedy In Qreek, ami!
wa* glibly apoken by the actor* ot
two .■■ ■ -Hi. • or more ago lint
no one seem* to know now JUKI :
what It mean*. That's the in>»
■ KINNEY A NUWF. THE VIC
•HE AN6WCRED THE DESCRIPTION. "~^
"/a your flam <•<> a rich girl?"
"I* *heT Why. man. she ha*
am*thy*t <•,<■< ruby Up*. Uatfa like
pearln, and a wealth of goldxn hair
—and bar father I* a plumber."
MACHINE a g
IS AN IDEAL Victor
CHRISTMAS GIFT You
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