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WHERE THE FORESTS GO TO
The United State* department of agriculture has Issued a pam
phlet. which shows pretty accurately, just where the forests of the
country are going to. Incidentally, where the lumber trust gets in
Ha grubbing::. . :i ; ■■'^.j- •,:.
10 I -a 3^5 6 7 6 9 10
Lumber and shingles ■wAlJiiXiiwl [ I Y'l H
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Poles, posts, rails ■■ tBB
Cross ties m ■
Cooperage stock ■
Round mine timbers I
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The pamphlet, which bears the title, "Consumption of Fire
wood in the United States," shows that $182,653,809 worth of fire
wood was consumed In 1908, mostly on farms, and in cities of less
than 30,000. The lumber trust marketed part of this as "by pro
duct." The farmers supplied the rest of it from their own wood lots.
Outside of the item of firewod, the lumber trust got everything else.
OH VOllt MONBY HACK
1»K. It. SCHIFFMAN'S
IS SOI,I> UY AIX ORUGGIOTB
ON A PONITIYK GUARANTEE
to give instant relief in every cane
of Asthma, no matter how violent
the attacks or obstinate the case,
or YOt'K MONEY WILL m: HK
*TM»KIi by the Druggist of
whom you bought the package,
without any question. (6)
It. Sihlffman Co., Proprietors
St. Paul. Minn.
This 10-cent ad Inserted one
Issue in the Times sold the
cow for Mrs. Johnson:
FOR SALE—A Rood Jersey
cow. M. 1083. 2230 East 33rd
It only costs a few pennies
to fill most any "want"—a
Times ad will carry any mes
sage for you Into the major
ity of homes In Tacoma.
That's why rfilmes ads bring
such good returns to adver
Times "want" ada rates, 1
cent per word (10 words cost
10c). Times "want" ads
phoneß, Main 733, A 1733.
Wanted—Boys to sell papers
the most prominent corners of
b city. Good pay. Apply to
\ Perkins.. Tacoma Times, or
one A1733-Maln 733. •••
On the Street Cars You
See on an Average of
Three Copies of the
Times to One of
In this instance, with your own eyes, you can see
the Times' marvelous lead in circulation. It's the
same in the homes of the people. The Times employs
fifty more carrier boys than any other Tacoma pa
per. The Times' carrier system covers the city and
suburbs like a blanket. Into every corner of every
section of "Greater Tacoma" the Times reaches
the homes of the people.
The people trust the Times. They know its pol
icy. They know that the Times is on the square
with them, and beaidas, *
They Find in the Times
What They Want
(Hy United Press Leased Wire.)
VANCOUVER, Wash., Oct. 12.
—In his annual report just Issued
Qm, Marion P. Muus, commaider
of the Department of the Colum
bia, V. s. A., has made recom
mendation that the Alaskan coal
deposit! be opened and that the
government exert every effort to
prevent ■tampedM of fortune hun
ti is to Alaska on false report of
The report was made following
(!<'ii. -Mans' return from Alaska,
where be made a close Inspection
Bride To Be
NAPOUBON, Ohio, Oct. 12 —
When Mrs. Charles Keinka trip
ped on a stairway here, today, she
clutched her two daughters, who
were with her, and all three fell
down the stairs. Dorothy, 17,
Is probably fatally hurt.
The party was coming out of a
oostuniers establishment where
Dorothy's wedding dress was be
ing made. The other daughter, 3
y€«arg old, was badly hurt. The
mother sustained slight Injuries.
Dorothy's wedding was to be an
event of the near future.
<n>- I lilted Phm •'l.h.i-iI Wlrr.)
HAN FRANCIBCO, Ort. 12.—Wil
liam Kudm, wbosa theft of Millet's
painting. 'The Bbephard and His
Flock," from tin- Bit room at the
(J'lliU'n Hate i'ark museum, created
a xcnsutlon In art circles all over
the world «hh sentenced to two
years' Imprisonment at Sun Quen
tln today by Jiiilkk < 'aim mils for
steullriK a few saws and other tools,
after liiivliik been released on pro
haii.i;> on the former charge.
The Bell telephone -will have
another month at loact In Ta
Judge Donworth Is busy with
the grand jury and damage cases
this week and the litigation be
tween the city and the Bell people
could not be taken up today.
The case was laid over until
November 19. It Is expected it
will be tried out then Rnd the
question determined whether or
not the company has any right to
do business here.
(By I'nlted Press I/onm-d Wire.)
PORTLAND, Oct. 12.—When ln
foitnedof President Graham's de
cision by which three games played
between Portland and Oakland
were forfeited to Oakland be
cause Hetling played with the
Beavers, Walter McCredie, captain
of the Portland team, roundly de
nounced the officials of the leag>»?
and declared that the case would
be appealed to the national com
mission, if necessary, lie said:
"I am convinced that the whola
tiling is a frameup and that the
Pacific Coast league is rotten all
the way through."
WALLA WAI-LA, Oct. 12.— J. H.
Vail, owner of a grrorery store,
■swore out a warrant today for the
arrest of lilh ]fi-year-old daughter,
Viola c li.-irmnn her with petit lar
ceny. Warrants were iilmu issued
for Mary, Ray, John anil Illchai'd
Franker, four eompunionfl.
The iflrl'H father discovered the
quintet in a vacant romo over his
store yesterday enjoying a feast of
(foods from the store. They had
taken candy, meat, sardines, pickles,
catsup, tomatoes and an oil stove,
whlc.h ttjey used to warm up some
of the goods.
For some reason they took two
clears from the case and left 10
cents In the drawer. The father laid
the case before the prosecuting at
Joe Buhr, proprietor of Joe's Cafe,
11-10 Corn. St., surprised Ills faintly
by prtMntlnl them with a life Iliad
picture of himself and animal pits.
It was Joe's birthday, and Mrs.
Buhr and the children hart no doubt
forgotten the date. Joe lias had f.OO
postcards made of the pictures to
Klve his friends. •••
THE TAOOMA TIMES
Some TKfog to Take "A Note On"
tTNCuB B.: T'HKY SAY A WATOHS3D POT NEVER BOLLS. BUT I'LA, BET MY HAT
THEREIjL BE SOME 9IZZLJNG (iOl.V^ CXX H^RIE PRETTY SOON.
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 12.—Earl when one considers that it re-
Rogers, in charge of the TtJut-s
dynamiting investigation for 'the. lulres about ten pounds or five
Merchants & Manufacturers mso- «Juartu of milk to make one pound
elation admitted today that he has "i I*;ese one ma V sain some idea
cumuli, Humiuea loaay mat ne nas o f the enormous quantity of milk
received several threatening-Jet- ( required to make a cheese watching
ters demanding that the espoinage over two tons- Such a cheese lias
to which certain men are 'W*!nir lieen miulp at Appleton, Wisconsin.
subjected cease Immediately.,^! Iheld^S »£ *& U. *%£
Rogers refused to make tb«Het- cheese Is so big that the maker
ters public. He said however j built It "P°n a flat. car. using a
that they mnv furnUh tho'nfi'l | ? reat hoop of galvanized Iron IB
mat uiey may lurnisil the pill- f ee t in circumferance. It required
cers further material in'.-ttlioii 1 ( over twenty tons of milk to furnish
search for men who may *''Know the Cllld for the cheese, which is
something of the dynamiting.'.,'* £»? ™ t I^"7nS,. d. l"lX
~ — ■ >*• helKht. It is of fine quality and is
MORTALITY NOTES ""''^ "*""""""
James M. Snowden, 85, died at
his home, 303 North X street, with
acute dilation of the heart, la.st
evening. He leaves a widow,
three sons and three daughters.
For 60 years he was a member of
the Methodist church.
Francis J. Gillen, as Foxey
IVyton, in "The lottery Man,"
it the Taronia theater tonight
mil tomorrow night.
I thisiJTthe leader ]] y|f
3 W^^^^ Great Mystery^^^k
1 A Novel by a Famous Autho^^M
Wmnm BytilAßY ROBERTS RINEHART Wm\
Hm|K Author of The Man la Lower Tea, The Circular Staircase, When a Mao Harries, etc, etc V
M Ha_ Has the unusual gift o! turning; out good Mary Roberts Riaehart combines thrills with ■B
HHBMBWBBBHiak myatery tone'- excellent comedy— Philadelphia Press WiM
■■B. „., . . —Chicago Record-Herald Common consent must now accord her the place ■■I
HI With human persons in them and • ' at Urn bead of the list of contemporary writers Q
H cheering touch of humor. of fiction or Indianapolis News vVJ
fflHßHHßHr^^^ -'_■ _„ \, —Kansas City Star should anyone ask the name of America's best en. ?^
HE W . ' The Window at the White Cat charms, tertsiner at present, by the way of an out-and-out 1I
■HBBHt - . cheers and absorbs.— New Orleans Item ■ , good story teller, we should say unhesitatingly 'ill
Mary Roberts Rinehart. — BaltimoreJVtws 4jLwL
''S^^wESsfejroo For Sri. .t AU Booluelte™
IN THE WORLD
BOY SHOT BY
VANCOUVER, Wash., Oct. 12 —
Standing in a buggy yesterday
mormfiff, Tommy Bowes, 14 years
Old, was killed accidentally.
With two other boys Tommy was
rid Ins in a Buggy- The others were
■eated in the single seat, with two
sliotirunts lying between them,
pointing over the top of the seat.
Tommy was standing; behind the
gun. One of the hoys' feet touch
ed the trigger of the shotgun, dls
The full charge of shot tore a
bole through Tommy Bowes'
breast, resulting in instant death.
A First-Class Hairdressing and
Manicuring Establisament, Well
Equipped. In the Balcony.
Malstrom Bros. Drug Store,
Cor. 9th and C
(Uy United Press Leased Wire.)
JU'XEAU, Oct. 12. —John No
land, a waiter on the steamship
Jefferson, is at the .St. Ann hos
pital, suffering from what has
been diagnosed as "spinal hic
coughs." Dr. Sloane believes No
lands' death will be caused by the
continuation of the hiccoughs.
OUT OF THK HIGH KENT
Wednesday, Oct. 12, 1910
YOUR SOUR, GASSY, UPSET STOMACH
W LL FEEL FINE IN FIVE MINUTES..
You can eat anything your
stomach craves without fear of
Indigestion or Dyspepsia, or that
your food will ferment or eour
on your stomach if you will take
a little Diapepsin- occasionally.
Your meals will taste good, and
anything you eat will be digested;
nothing can ferment or turn into
acid -or poison or stomach gas,
which causes Belching, Dizziness,
a feeling of fullness after eating,
Nausea, Indigestion (like a lump
of lead in stomach), Biliousness,
Heartburn, Water brash, Pain in
ptoiuach and intestines or other
Headaches from the stomach
are absolutely unknown where
this effective remedy is used. Dia
pepsin really does all the work of
a healthy stomach. It digests
your meals when your stomach
McDonald Shoe Company
g WE WANT TO SHOE m
b EVERY MAN IN TOWN i^
And we have the shoes to do it with. Come in
and be shown.
THAT'S A TONY <^2k
JIR. SWELL X(K&&*\
M"R. SWELL 'DRESSER:
I/f THE COOL EVE/fIMCS TO COMB. /fOT
o/fLy willo/te OF OUT*. TOT coats
LOOK. WELL HA JVCJ/fC FROM i>O U"R JSTHO VL
7>E-R.S. -BUT iT WILL OFF THAT CHILL.
THE ea.'rlie'r. you -Buy VOWR CLOTH
es THE LO/fGE-R yOU HAVE THE USE OF
FABRIC. FIT. FI/fISH. STyLE. fRICES —
THESE AK.E FIVE THI/fCS TO LOOK OUT
FO'R—O/tB FO-R EACH FI/fCE-R A/Tl> yOU"R
WHE/r you co TO -Buy ajv overcoat
OH A SUIT OF CLOTHES. LOOK AT .yOUfi
- THUMB A/TT> LET IT "REMI/TTi yOU THAT
it is a 7>ury you owe youRSELF to
COME TO OU"R STO-RE A/T7> SEE WHAT
GOO 7* CLOTHES WE CA/i SHOW yOU.
ELECTRIC IRON the Best Made
■ B-lb. regular $5.00 Iron, now .................... $4.75
6-lb. regular $4.80 Iron, now .....•............"..... 94.28
7-lb. regular $5.00 Iron, n0w.................. ....,'.54.75
9-lb. regular $6.50 Iron, now .".■...■..........•.;■,':■.'. $6.00
We have a full Hue of Ammunition and Fishing Tackle.
.--; . . 11110 st. ~:mM^ ■—,»
can't. A single dose will digest
all the food you eat and leave
nothing to ferment or sour and
upset the stomach.
Get a large EO-eent case of
Pape's Diapepsin from your drug
gist and start taking now, and in
a little while you will actually'
brag about your healthy, strong
Stomach, for you then can eat
anything and everything you
want without the slightest discom
fort or misery, and every partiole
of impurity and Gas that is In
your stomach and intestines is
going to be carried away without
the use of laxatives or any other
Should you at this moment be
suffering from Indigestion or any
stomach disorder, you can get re
lief within five minutes.