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Friday, Nov. 11, 1910 Zl
THIEF GRABS GIRL
IN HOTEL ROOM
'(By United Press Leased Wire.)
' SEATTLE, Nov. 11.—On his
fourth visit to the fashionable
Otis ihotel, a "peeping Tom" last
night ascended a Are escape and
climbed through a window into
the apartment of Miss Alice Jliin
day, a sister of Charles F. Mun
day, a Seattle attorney.
' SALT LAKE, Nov. 11. — took
the Jury of the district court to
day only 15 minutes to find that
(John A. Jones did not commit
murder when he shot and killed,
on July 19, Arthur Shepard, a the
atrical scenepainter. The shoot
ing occurred at teh Wellington
hotel where Shepard had register
ed with Mrs. Jones as his wife. ■
Try our 35c eggs. They are
fresh, give satisfaction of locals.
Jersey Butter Store, 1114 C st. *
The fruit stand at 915 Tacoma
avenue will give free peanuts to
all TOTS under 9 years of age, be
tween 4 and 5 p. m. Friday, Nov.
H. W. Myers & Co.
1118-20 South X St.
Cordially invite- you
to visit their beau
tiful warerooms to
hear the wonderful
Victor Talking Ma
chine and nee their
excellent line of
Pianos. A visit in
curs no obligation
Just a Few Items
We carry that we want to tell you about, because
it's well for you to know.
' CAXTOX FLANNEL QIOTKB CHILDREN'S WOOL ROYS' OVERALLS
~^W Guaranteed all wool, heavy Indigo bine denim, front
„ rib, elastic knit, string and pocket, riveted corners.
Knit wrist, mule skin, palmed tassle, assorted colors; a 50c patent buttons, sizes from
fingers and thumb; extra 1C« value ftC- 4to l* OKi»
special value IJb for _,JC years £.00
500 PAIRS LADIES' AND MISSES' STORM RUBBERS, A PAIR, 65c
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MEN'S WORK . INFANTS' CAPS SCARF MUFFLER
gray grounds; Assorted styles, fine Jap silk, richly , . ... __ iT,
worth 75c; extra embroidered, some curly bear, snow- Mercerized silk, extra lustrous,
special, while flake bear, white, pink and blue strings, elastic knit, strong clasp fastener;
they OK a sold at from 50c to 75c ev,ery- 0K« each in fancy box; always OE_
last... -Cub where; while they lats Cult sold at 50c; our price _>UC
Ig^yy^^x,,^ Coffee Demonstration as usual Saturday
\??-^r_siit_?^„^ rinS^ .;t:v As iB--1 Saturday ,our 35c Ideal M. &J. Coffo served free
('ln. " -7Hr^^-ff_-K^:"v?/?Ji »" uy> Ull<l W,'<l nt 85c a lb. There is nothing to equal it
Wj|_»-^_iC7ll/C/ r j iHjykyf j>——- for the money in the city. Try it.
llV*^ dvFVi^ -» *S^2^--^ " SPECIALS AT COFFEE COUNTER
:-W-^T-/r~ —£_»_s&_»* Coffee Demonstration as usual Saturday
As usual Sal unlay ,<>ur 35c Ideal M. & J. Coffe served free
all day, and sold at 25c a lb. .There is nothing to equal It
for the money in the city. Try it.
SPECIALS AT COFFEE COUNTER
35c Ideal M. &J. 0C« Very choicest New Crop
f*'lJaS&A*/A yJmWW^- 'Jk Coffee -»*"* Seeded Raisins, 4ft _
Ss"'l|*3j/jr»fM^^^4| 12 bars Ideal Savon IK*» a pkg - '•••••••^••'■Uw :
jiW^^iV^KW_\_Wfi--_Q!^B^ Soap.. -.JC 3 boxes Parlor lO*.
TJ*T 3 lbs. Fancy Italian ft C-, Ma I heß-- ''J '■ '¥*
p^^^&^-^z': Prunes * 3c Rice B'.;.!* 25c
l/!^'??"^_£2«SBr-'* -«•'•■' 6 lbs. best Rolled OC/»- New Crop' Walnuts, "ftft
t_y..:.a.>yjla|ggy Oats ........ _LJL a lb. ............ .ZiiZ
PAULSON BROS. CO.
:,-:■'.'-•-. THE STORE FOR EVERYBODY - "" --','-— "•.'""**"-, '<
Phone Main 232-A 2232. . Corner | OTellU , __* 0 *_. "
WIFE'S CHANGE OF MIND
COULDNT SAVE HUSBAND
Tier mind so of
ten about hav
ing her hus
to beat her and
kill her, that
the final change
of mind that
to be left alone
for a few days,
It was not lack of interest In
good roads but lack of confidence
in the court house crowd that
would handle the cash that caused
the defeat of the road bonds Tues
Walter J. Thompson gave this
explanation at the good mails
meeting at the Commercial club
last night where good roa.U en
thusiasm showed the people a-e
right in line with the new move
ment for better highways.
Over 150 attended the meot'nf!
and after some good speeches the
Tacoma branch of the Pacific
Highway association was organiz
ed with Nelson Bennett as tem
porary chairman and O. F. Cos
per temporary secretary.
'Speeches were made by Judge
Ronald, A. Warren Gould, Joseph
Shlppen, Charles M. Dial, A. L,.
Valentine, W. W. Beck, Seattle;
Walter J. Thompson, Nelson Ben
nett, George S. 'Long, Edyth
Tozier Weathered of Tacoma" and
Ernest McCaffey of Vancouver.
The good roads movement was
given a big boost and the pro
gram seems to be to get the state
actively into the game of building
a great Pacific highway along the
•Il > l ni i«.I Pre*- Lenin! Wire.)
VICTORIA, B. ('.. Nov. 11. —A
soldier at Work Point barracks,
where Capt. Blltiton was murdered
three months ago, has just shot and
killed a' comrade ami si barricaded
in a barrack room where he is'
holding the regiment at bay. Pro
vincial and city polite have sent
assistance to take him.
: BREAKS UP A BAD GOLD IN A FEW
i HOURS AND CONTAINS NO QUININE.
It is a positive fact that a dose
of Pape's Cold Compound taken
every two hours until three con
secutive doses are taken will cure
Grippe or break up the most se
vere cold, either in the head, chest,
back, stomach or limbs.
. You distinctly feel the cold
breaking and all the disagreeable
grippe symptoms leaving after the :
very first dose. It promptly ends
the most miserable headache, dull- i
ness, head and nose stuffed up,
feverlshness, sneezing, sore throat,
running of the nose, mucous fern- ;
tarrhal discharges, soreness, stiff- •
ness and rheumatic twinges. i
'Shaw, and he arrested Andrew
anyway. Mrs. i Pallo came to
Judge Arntson several days ago
asking that a warrant be sworn
out for her husband's arrest.
When the constable attempted to
serve It at her home, she told him
that Andrew was at the mill, hut
that he had acted so nice that
morning that she had changed her
mind. So t'het constajble wen
away. . Again Mrs. appear
ed and asked that he be arrested,
and again her mind changed, but
nevertheless Andrew goes before
the court next 'Monday.
MAY SPRING LOCAL
OPTION IN SPOKANE
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
SPOKANE, Nov. 11.—Rumor's
are afloat that the Anti-Saloon
league is preparing to spring a lo
cal option election within the
next 60 days, depending upon the
woman vote of the city to carry
Spokane dry. Officers and mem
bers of the league, It is claimed,
recognize in the emergency clause
on amendment six an opportunity
to poll the feminine vote, provid
ed Gov. Hay signs the article
within the minimum time limit of
ten days after ratification.
ON TRIAL FOR
William Ilornaday is being tried
In superior court today on a serious |
charge preferred by his 17-year-old
daughter, It li laid that he has
so terrorized bis wife and daugh-
ter that, although the maltreatment
ims been continuous for a number
of years, they were afraid to divulge
the truth. a neighbor discovering
the conditions, brought them to the
notice of tho authorities.
(By fulled l'r»-» I.riixeil Wit*.)
BBUCIItK, titan . Nov. 11 —Anxiety-
over the safety of the Northern Piin
company's steamers Wolverine,
Mikado and Rockel, which Bra con
siderably overdue, still continue, al
though members of the company
feel that they arc safe and probably
frozen in alongside of Smoky lsl-
Pape's Cold Compound is the
result of three years' research at
a cost of more than fifty thous
and dollars and contains no • qui
nine, which we have conclusively
demonstrated is not effective in
the treatment of colds or grippe.
Take this harmless Compound
as directed, with the knowledge
that there is no other medicine'
made anywhere else in the world
which will cure your cold or end
Grippe misery as promptly and
without any other assistance or
bad after-effects as a 25-cent
package of Pape's Cold Compound,'
which any druggist in the world
THE DAHGEfcTBAII ft
; By James 0115 year rCurwoodl^;(Sl
(Copyright, 1010, The B obbs-Mrrrlll Company.) ._f?TEH__i
"I had hoped to find you dead,
M'seur," he repeated in a voice so
low it could not have been heard
beyond the door. "That Is why I
did not bind your wound and give
you water when they turned you
over to my care. I wanted you to
bleed to death. It would have
been easier for both of us."
From under the table he drew
forth a second stool and sat down
opposite Howland. The two men
stared at each other over the sput
tering remnant of the candle. Be
fore the engineer had recovered
from his astonishment at the sud
den appearance of the man whom
he believed to be safely imprison
ed in the old cabin, Croisset's
shifting eyes fell on the mass of
torn wood under the aperture.
"Too late, M'seur," he said
meaningly, "rpney are waiting up
there now. It is impossible for
you to escape." ' |i
"That 1b what I thought about
you," replied Howland, forcing
himself to speak coolly. "How did
you manage it?"
"They came up to free me soon
after they got you, M'seur. lam
grateful to you for thinking of me,
for if you had not told them I
might have stayed there and
starved like a beast in a trap."
"It was Meleese," said How
land. "I told her."
Jean dropped his head in his
"I have just come from Me
leese," he whispered softly. "She
sends you her love, M'seur, and
t tells you not to give up hope. The
great God, if she only knew—if
she only knew what is about to
happen. No one has told her. She
is a prisoner in her room, and aft
er that — after that out on the
plain— when she came to you and
fought like one gone mad to save
you— they will not give her free
dom until all is over. What time
is It, M'seur?"
A clammy chill passed over
Howland as he read the time.
The Frenchman shivered; his
fingers clasped and unclasped ner
vously as he leaned nearer his
companion. - j
"The Virgin bear me witness
that I wish I might strike ten
years off my life and give you
freedom," he breathed quickly. ''I
would do it this Instant. M'seur. .1
would help you to escape if it
were in any way possible. But
they are in the room at the head
of the stair—waiting. At six— "
Something seemed to choke him
and he stopped.
"At six — what then?" urged
Howland. ".My God, man, what
makes you look so? What is to
happen at six?"
Jean stiffened. A dash of the
fire gleamed in his eyes, and his
voice was steady and clear when
he spoke again.
"1 have no time to lose in fur
ther talk like this, M'seur," he said
almost harshly. "They know now '
that it was I who fought for you
and for Meleese on the Great
North Trail. They know that it
is I who saved you at Wekusko.
Meleese can no more save me
than she can save you, and to
make my task a little harder they
have made me their messenger,
Again he stopped, choking for
"What?" insisted Howland.
leaning toward him, his face as
white as the tallow in the little
dish on the table.
"Their executioner, M'seur."
With his hands gripped tightly
on the table in front of him Jack
Howland sat as rigid as though
an electric shock had passed
"Great God!" he gasped.
"First I am to tell you a story,
M'seur," continued Croisset, level
ing ills reddened eyes to the engi
neer's. "It will not be long, and
I pray the Virgin to make you un
derstand it' as we people of the
North understand it. It begins
sixteen years ago."
"I shall understand. Jean,"
whispered Howland. "Go on."
"It was at one of the 'com
pany's posts that it happened,"
Jean began, "and the story has to
do with Le M'seur, the Factor,
and his wife, L'Ange Blancthat
is what she was caled, M'seur
the White Angel. Mon Dieu, how
we loved her! Not with a wicked
love, M'seur, but with something
very near to that which we give
our Blessed Virgin. And our love
was but a pitiful thing when com
pared with the love of these two,
each for the other. She was beau
tiful, gloriously beautiful as we
know women up In the big snows;
like Meleese, who was the young
est of their children.
"Ours was the happiest post in
all this great northland, M'seur,"
continued Croisset after a mo
ment's pause; "and it was ail be
cause of this woman and the man,
but mostly because of the woman.
And when the little Meleese came
—she was the first white girl baby
that any of us had ever seen—
our love for these two became
something that I fear was almost
a sacrilege to our dear Lady of
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CHICAG9 I 1
I Eye Specialists -
95 GLASSES FOR 91 Z--,J T
883 Provident llialg.
THE TACOMA TIMES
God. Perhaps you can not under
stand such a love, M'seur; I know
that It can not be understood down
In that world which you call civi
lization, for I have been there and
have seen. We would have died
for the little Meleese, and the
other Meleese, her mother. And
also, M'seur, wp would have kill
ed our brothers' had they as much
as spoken a word against them or
cast at the mother even as much
as a look which was not the pur
est. That is how we loved her
sixteen year sago this winter,
M'seur, and that is how we love
her memory still."
"She is dead," uttered Howland,
forgetting in these tense mo
ments the significance Jean's story
nimbi hold for him .
"Yes; she Is dead. M'seur, shall
I tell you how she died?"
Croisset sprang to his feet, his
eyes flashing, his little body
twitching like a wolf's as he stood
for an instant half leaning over
"Shall I tell you how she died,
M'seur?" he repeated, falling back
on his stool, his long arras stretch
ed over the table. "It happened
like this, sixteen years ago. when
the little Meleese was four years
old and the oldest of the three
sons was fourteen. That winter a
man and his boy came up from
Churchill. He had letters from
the Factor at the Bay, and our
Factor and his wife opened their
doors to him and to his son, and
gave them all that it was in their
power to give.
"MOB Dieu, this man was from
that glorious civilization of yours,
M'seur— from that land to the
south where they say that Christ's
temples stand on every four cor
ners, but be could not understand
the strange Cod and the strange
laws of our people! For months
he had ben away from the com
panionship of women, and in this
great wilderness the Factor's wife
came into his life as the flower
.blossoms in the desert. Ah, M'seur,
'I can see now how his wicked
heart strove to accomplish the
things, and how ho failed because
the glory of our womanhood up
here has come straight down from
Heaven, And in failing be went
mad—mad with that passion of
the race I have seen in Montreal,
and then— ah, the Great Cod,
God, M'seur, do you not under
stand what happened next?"
Is tbttt^t l_H Sanitarium
El -.IB B _* TreatmciH
M. HWJ-B-HI week 11' "
-■—•——"——• to those who
bring thin ad.
nest $1.00 glasses ever sold In Ta
coma, A valuable present Riven to
cadi purchaser, Satisfaction guar
anteed. Radium, X-ray ami other
successful treatment for cancer., ul
cers and skin diseases Here 7
(rears. Consultation live. Di*. Mary,
.Specialist. Bye, Stomach, Rheuma
tism and all classes of weakness. -",
6-7-8, 114614 Pacific avo., near 13th.
-i"ju.iiuiw mm ag irogß aa
fT" ' il li ' I * >a-t irt :<T **: ■: . A—fc.
7 I can give you a bet
ter run for your money
than anyone else in
.town in raincoats.
* Come in and make me
prove it. They arc rain
proof and will not leak.
Just three prices, $15,
$20, $25. ............
■ . .
• ■'. . .
Z ■ 115 \ 11th St.
Berlin [Bldg. z -
RENTON MAN GETS
PARI OF $6,000,000
(By flatted Frees Teased Wire.)
KENTON, Wash., Nov. 11. —F.
Crawford of this city may be one
ofthe heirs to a big estate in Ire
land amounting to over $G,OOO.
He has Just learned this from
Miss Esther Campbell of Mont
real who went to Ireland to sus
tain the family claim to the Craw
ford estate for herself, her sister,
Mrs. 0, Walker of Montreal, John
S. Crawford of Kansas City and
F, Crawford of Kenton.
APPEALS GASES OF
Judges Gordon and Saunders
yesterday filed writs of error to
carry up the deportation cases
against seven Japanese women
who sought to escape return to
Japan through habeas corpus In
federal court. Judge Donworth
held the women must go back
when the cases were before him
but the attorneys will appeal to
the higher court.
Glasses right; prices right.
Difficult cases solicited. Open
day and evening. Tel. C77C.
o__nr_n~- optica l CO.
1109 1,. 0 St.
WE IIAVK nam AM,
Ladies' Shoes I IV^fJffgnS 13» Boys' Shoes
On Sale $1.45 r.£SSEM_,ER|SRQS« 8 to 12, 95c
UTW VORi THAT MAlifcj ÜBwtß j^MC*IC __tj_» j
-a.sa._V_L- 111 _«.-. SATURDAY K=*B3S=3E!CS™ '
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Shoes Cut in Half
To demonstrate that the shoes adver
tised today for Children and Boys are
absolutely Solid Oak Soles and counters
We have a pair of each cut in halves
that you may see for yourself. It is to
illustrate our contention that we "sell
good shoes cheap." Saturday is cut
price day at the great Pessemier Wet
Weather Shoe Store. j
$1.00 Child's Shoes cc $1.75 Misses Kid Shoes
$1.00 Child s Shoes 65c $1 15
Solid oak soles and counters, 1 Sfl _ , , ,'., , ,"'
spring heels, button and lace, sizea | M Thick school solid oak soles ' In
-sto 8, goat kid uppers; special I 3 ?? let anl count«rß' V*mt. tl,)s:
for tomorrow, PC. / 3 blucher lace, soles, stand wet
a pair DOC / 9 weather; sizes 11 V. to tllß
/I (§§ 2, a pair «j> I a I v>
$1.50 Child's Shoe. 95c \. $2.50 Big Girls' Shoes
Dongola kid blucher cut, thick, ■__ \ j*, <gl on
solid wet weather soles, little "Jfcl^. \____ i__. ' «. ._^j
heels, patent tips, sizes BV_ to 11; VsfvV Button and lace styles, half dou
speclal Saturday, cut price OC« - X.■. ____. ble oak soleß, Patent U P8 ' klli or
1,, i a pair D3C calf tippers, large sizes, *4 Oft
-V. to 6, a pair.: plaOaJ
$1.50 Kid, Fur Top Juliets 98c High Top Shoes—Boys—
Tan kid and black kid, velvet tops, kid vamp Special sale prices for tomorrow's sale, big lots,
and toe caps, ornamented fronts, sizes 2V. to 6; many styles and values that can be depended
special cut price for tomorrow, QQa> upon; our sales this year have been enormous
a pair 30C and still we have large lots to select from. '
$1.50 Child's Shoes $1 Isl J5 Child ,_ shoeg $1 Is 2 Misses' Shoes $1.50
Some believe that we do sell a £____, „,„. .. _,„„ „_„ „_. sizes u% to 2- button and
$1.50 child's shoo for a dollar S< h ° ol * elnt ' ,luU «=-lf and blucher styles, calf, kid and
on Saturday, others do not. atel>t leather, button and lace, patent leathori half double
Those who do believe it get the every pair solid leather soles 80 , efJ and tnlck enougn ror
bargain. Patent and calf and thick enough for now; _„»,„„, „„_, _.„_, _,*
leathers, button and lace, sizes „,,„_ ._,;„„* _ . __ school wear now when it is
mm. $1.00 "..-."'.'.• $1.25 n.r.?.?.........5ii50;
■M_w_*asM^n-aanaa—-b-h-s.mhm a__■__^_«_■_■_^__■__^__M-■-_^_■_■_M_■__■__■_■_■__i__■_■■__i■,, ■ mo^^m^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ma**mmm
$3.00 Big Girls', Low _" „,. '_. :;: Ladies 3-Point Slippers
Heel Shoes $2.29 $150 Ladies-Juliet3 89c 39c
,_ .>■'■ ' ■ House Juliets, rubber heels, Common sense three-point.
Dull gunmetal calf. patent e , asUo Bld9B> patent tlpß> thlck kid; , house;, slippers,^ good
leather and vie! kid, sizes 2* BO i eg 7 wd uppe _. sizes 3to 8; enough to scuff _>rot.-d^
to 8. neat new and natty ._„ very w|d _. Bpecla , tor ft Q^ ?house' in . "but don't get them
styles; Saturday spe- »ft ftft tomorrow, a pair ......03C wet";. sizes 9to 8, QQ«t
rial, a pair hiatal a pair ... -.'■^TTrSr.-f^hrf«s3C|
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Union Public Market
llth and X St.
MOCERY & DOUGLASS
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY
Look over these prices and compare them with
other dealers —
FLOUR— The very best; any brand $1.40
SUGAR— Pure granulated sugar, IS lbs. $1.00
POTATOES— The very best Yakima Pota- -4
toes, per 100 lbs • $1.40
ROLLED OATS 6 His. for 25,
KIDNEY BEANS-- cans for 15c
APPLES— Yakima Baldwins, per box 903
BUTTER— Very best lowa Creamery But- ,
tor, 3 lbs. '..... $1.00
We carry a full Line of staple and fancy gro
ceries. Our prices always the lowest.
Free delivery to any part of the city.
MOCERY & DOUGLASS
Phones: Main 2556, A 2012
\ra IST mR KI.KCTRO dental pablors
,X_>jL_JL*' do the best dental work ln *"»9 city
and at most moderate prices. Pain*
Painless extracting 50c less extracting a specialty.
Best Gold Crown. . »5 WK GIVE HAS
n,.-. c.-a..,. \u~.-ir at Examinations and Estimates Free.
Best Bridge Work $5 AU Wwfc Gunl . alltccd .
Plates as low as . . .$5
Gold Finings ..At up* Electro Dental Parlors
Platinum Fillings. . $1 Theater Bldg. Bth and O Sts.
Phone Main 7926.
SKIDMORE BROWN CO.
Painters and Decorators
Sample Parlors, 615 Perkins Bldg.
Estimates furnished on all classes of work.
John N. Skidmore. Wm. M. Brown