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(By United Press i .■>!-. .1 Wire.)
MEXICO CITY, Oct. 16.—Con
gratulations on his election to
the presidency of Mexico today are
pouring in on Francisco I. Made
ro. Only the inauguration cere
" monies remain before he Is presi
dent In fact.
There still Is some doubt as to
the vote of the electoral college
as to the vice president of Mexico,
but it Is generally believed that
Pino Suarez, Madero's candidate,
U certain of the place.
Diaz received only one vote for
president in the electoral college.
•'Denver Ed" Is
Charged with gambling, "Den
ver Ed" Martin, a heavyweight
pugilist, who once fought Jack
Johnson, the present champion,
was arrested last night, along
with Loulb Hyatt, Ed Touner and
Hoy Richmond, all colored, by
Detectives Milone and Geary. The
men were "shooting craps" in a
Jefferson avenue hotel.
The latest fancy is the vanity
purse. But our purse has noth
ing to be vain about.
j N. W. Gro. Co.
The Original Cash Grocery
. House, where price and qual
ity are never questioned.
When we advertise an arti
cle you may depend on it
being the best. Right now
we are talking
Flour Is a necessity In ev
ery household and our
Queen brand, manufactured
in Eastern Washington, from
Bluestera wheat, Is the fin-,
est to be had. Makes the
whitest and lightest bread
and goes farther than the
average local product. We
distribute about a carload
every ten days and guaran
tee every sack or money re
. .ew price, per sack . .$1.15
2 sacks . $2.25
Per barrel . $4.45
' Apples and Pears
No use paying $1.50 and
up for Eastern Washington
stock when we have good
Kings, Spys, Bell flowers, etc.
at 85c and $1.10
Pears —If you haven't got
your pears for canning, get
busy while they last.
Our price, per box 85c
Smoked Meats imicl Lard
Sugar cured hams, lb. . . 100
Sugar cured breakfast
bacon, lb l'.tc.
English bacon, lb 17c
Picnic hams, lb. ... 12 l-l!c
Pure lard, 5 lbs O.'.c
10 lbs if 11.25
20 lbs $2.35
Lard compound, 5 lbs. . .50c
10 lbs. 95c
20 lbs $1.83
with us are on the increase.
While others are talking ad
vance in price, our quality
and price remain the same,
with EXTRA SPECIAL
prices on Saturdays.
Northwest Grocery Co.
1302-4 Commerce st.
to the $
When put in good
Truss or Elastic
Stocking or Sup
porter than in any
other way in the
world when bought
1132 Pacific Aye.
; Cut Bates
Tacoma concert and music lov
ers will be tfivtm a rare treat
at the Tacoma theater tonight
when Emilio de Gogorza and Mme.
Emma Barnes appear In a joint
recital. Thin Is the first of the
artist's course arranged for the
season by Uernelce E. Newell and
the production tonight Is unusu
ally pretentious. The only rea
son two such famous people ap
pear In one night is that they were
only recently married. Klther
would be a fine attraction alone.
V~~ TACOMA T
"Flirting Princess" Friday.
Friday and Saturday night the
attraction at the Tacoma theater
will be the successful musical
comedy, "The Flirting Princess,"
with Harry Bulger, noted come
"The Gill In the Taxi" Sunday.
"The Girl in the Taxi," one of
the most sensational comedies of
(he past few years, will be seen
for the first time in Tacoma at
the Tacoma theater next Sunday
night, the engagement being for
one night only.
Sum I'.iTiiiiril Here Next Week.
One of the biggest attractions of
the season will be Sam Bernard
in his latest success, "He Came
i'rom Milwaukee," at the Tacoma
theater next Monday and Tuesday
nights. Mr. Bernard has been en
tertaining Broadway for the past
. ten or twelve years, and this is his
Hirst Pacific coast tour.
Headed by a "Night In a Lon
don club," the bill at the Empress
will be .1 laughter from start to
finish. The entire show in f 11 of
comedy, every bill being interest
ing. The usual good motion pic
tures complete the acts.
" PANTAGES m
Leading a number of good acts
at Pantages this week is Mnt,
Marzella and her trained birds.
The birds are a continual source
of interest to the audience during
the performance, and it is wonder
ful how well they have been train
ed. Tht> llintts. Louis Bates & Co.
and The Great Hugo are a part of
Charged with having sliot and
robbed Emanuel Ferraira, an
Italian, on a lonely road between
Wilkeson and Carbonado, the aft
ernoon of Sept. 30, Diege Betto
glie, alias Dick BrtUMlto, an
other Italian, aged 21, was yes
terday arrested at Carbonado by
Ueputy Sheriff Hamilton of Wil
keson. Bettoglie is an ex-convict,
having been convicted of bur
glary. Bettoglie - confessed last
night to having shot Ferraira,
but claim.s it was in self-defense
and that his victim was a bad
The fugitive had been staying
at the hut of a Frenchman near
Carbonado, and it was here that
he was arrested.
A suitcase which contains what
the officers think is Jewelry stolen
from the store of Herman Stusser
ion lower Pacific ay. early this
i month was also found In the
Will Kecover It
"Well, Tony," said a man to a
fruit dealer on Sixth avenue yes
terday, "I see Turkey has Italy's
"Das alia right," replied Tony,
j with a smile. "No use to warra.
Italia will getta heem back."—
' New York Telegraph.
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WTWiilliiil'r^ Klath tnl C ■ <■.
THAT RRALI.T "ATIBFIHIB
That's th« only kind of Rental
work done In our magnificent
fental office*, and the people
Ilk* to come here because we vi« j
only the best materials — ]
dentist la a BpoclalUt — *»<»£•
cause we do such good work that
We ffladly euaranTee It In writ-
Ing. That's the kind of dental
work YOU should have, and Its
what you may bo absolutely sure
of when you come here, and at
very moderate prices, ,
rainless Bxtractlngf ........ «*•
Examinations and Estimates
we aivß ax»
Best Gold Crown *-J-0«
Beit Bridge Work JJOJ
Plates as low a* J**- 00
Gold PllllnßS • 10^ I !SS
Platinum FllUnfS •*-«»
Electro Dental Parlors
ALL WORK ODAHANTBED
Tfc.Xrr Bids, »«i •■« O «tfc
Slit Skirts are Coming Girls!
Everybody In Paris Is wearing
the slit skirt. Everybody in New
York will soon be wearing it. And
Tacoma is but a quick and pleas-
ant trip from Gotham town.
The slit skirt in Its tailored
form is merely the ordinary skirt
with a slit In It. A premeditated
silt; a slit made with malice
aforethought. The slit may be
at the side seam, the front seam
or the back seam. It may be
four Inches In length, six inches
in length or 12 inches, although it
is admitted that the last gener
ous interpretation of the style is
Tribe of Naked Indians
Found at Hooper Bay
(By United Tress Leased Wire.)
SEATTLE, Oct. 16. —Running into a new and strange
colony of naked Indians on Hooper bay, after buffeting Ber
ing sea for five weeks in efforts to land safely, with a teacher's
colony and supplies for a government school, was the fate of tho
power schooner Bender Brothers, which has reached Seattle.
On board when the vessel left in Juno were Mr. and Mrs.
Richardson, engaged as school teachers for the Indians. At
Hooper bay were a group of 40 Indians, naked, and with their
bodies covered with seal oil. They fled at the approach of
Richardson, and it was with difficulty that U6 induced them to
approach near enough to exchange signs.
The coming weeks between Summer and Winter, when the mornings
and evenings are cool and disagreeable
THEN the real advantage of the
I —■ 1 GAS AND COAL COMBINATIONS
kSIStI t —is at once apparent
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liM v^||lS Economy in Fuel and Floor Space
teaawayta TMF ( Responds quickly- for the early morning breakfast. Oven gives perfect baking results
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ppj. ■*msmmßm£l' SECTION he *ar £e cooking operations are more satisfactorily performed with the steady uniform
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A 42-Piece Dinner T^l^^ w™^ >*%^
Set Absolutely rNllJli i^%^^^MM Buy V our Monarch Range Now
With every purchase of a MOXAUCJI RANGE and get a set of dishes absolutely free. This applies
we will give absolutely free one of these pretty 42- eS^^Z^^^^^Wi to purchases on terms as well as cash -but bring
piece decorated dinner sots. -Just bring along the **!L^:Wjzi£^jinlS*m'>Si&* i ' ,-, '
coupon along the coupon.
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Bring the coupon with you. It entitles %2^^Sp^§Sß&M&MZ^M*' i This coupon entitl e S t h e holder to a
you to a set of dishes absolutely free with *WJ$. %Am mutm^w a^SaSwttdfS Mm\± ' 42-piece decorated dinner set abso
the purchase of a MONARCH. Cut it out itfffl^iWlUSlUffli \W MONARCH MALLEABLE RANGE, :
now and bring it with you. y » i mi mr^v : Cut it out and bring it with you. :
;T^>^ t Standard House-Furnishing Co. \
THE TABOMA TIMES
not seen In the more conserva-
I tive circles.
A variation of the slit skirt
that promises to be very popu
lar is made with a row of button
holes on one Hide of the slit and
a row of buttons on the other
side. The heart Interest is sup-
plied by the pardonable desire of
the casual observer to determine
at what button intention stops
and accident begins.
When the slit skirt arrives
all you will need to be In style
is a pair of scissors and a stout
heart. For the men will stare
ODD BITS O' NEWS
Cincinnati university girls—if
there are any—have been set tt)
playing marbles with their toes by
Marguerite Gray, athletic Instruct
or, to make their feet more beau
NEW YORK. — Daily fencing
and boxing lessons with her
brother aided Emma Hess, 12, to
escape when John Norton, 27,
held her up. She escaped by forc
ing his face into the dirt, jump-
Ing over his body and running.
SOUTH OHANGE, N. J. —
Charged by a policenlan with per
mitting his employes to tie a horse
to a tree, violating the city ordin
ance, Judge Roll pleaded guilty
and fined himself $10.
NEW YORK. —Mile. Nlngo, the
only gorilla at the Dronx zoo,
Ktarved herself to death, but lived
t-1 years in her caj<e here, the
longest any gorilla has ever been
kept in captivity.
GREENWICH, Conn. — Eliza
beth McAndrews, by vote the most
popular girl here, has been in a
trance ever since returning from a
dance a week ago, and physicians
have failed to arouse her.
CHICAGO. — That patrons of
restaurants should cook for the
rooks is the suggestion of John
Curtis Kennedy, formerly of the
I University of Chicago.
NEW YORK.—Suddenly going
mad, a maltese cat attacked Wal
ter Meyer, 11, and his sister,
Florence, 8, and bit them so Beri-'
ously they had to be taken to a
CHICAGO. —Ralph Elwell's
"barking" cough led to his arrest
while he was busily engaged car
ryiiiK away a few articles of sil
ver from a neighbor's house.
CHICAGO. — Two fastidious
prisoners in a police cell, refused
to eat breakfast unless they were
served with spring chicken and a
bottle of wine.
DES MOLN'KS, la.—Offering to
marry free all couples matched
through his office, Mayor Hanna
has opened the Muncipal Matri
monial bureau, described <ib the
"Clearing House for Lonely
NEW YORK—A tiny splinter of
glass, which entered her spine and|
worked up into her brain, caused
the death of 15-months-old Edna
Streurer, according to the coroner.
NEW YORK.—Because he took
away his "corner" Thomas Brilla.
a newsboy, probably fatally shot
Frank Smith, another "Newaie."
CHICAGO.—Judge Hill decided
an automobile livery company is'
not a public conveyor, and there-;
fore not liable for refusing to.
"TIUAIj ENOAGKMKXT" •
I <>X MISS HAM •
(United Press 1..-iis«-«i Wire.) •
BROOKLYN, Oct. 16.—A •
"trial engagement" with •
Harold Sterling Vandert>ilt is •
the latest idiosyncracy of #
Mlsa Eleanor Sears, that •
young lady whose various ac- •
tivities as an athlete and in •
other capacities have kept •
the gossips busy, according •
to an announcement made •
by her mother, Mrs. P. R. •
Sears of Boston, here today. #
Vanderbllt is the younger •
son of William K. Vander- •
bilt. The "trial enga,;e- •
ment" will last until next •
summer, by which time Miss •
Sears will either call it off •
for some new sensation or 0
declare a public engagement. •
Kye, Ear, Stomach, Skin, Catarrh,
Goitre, Ulit'i.inni i*ih, Kidney and
Bladder troubles, l'ostratlo ailments
and all weaknesses. All Chronic and
Nervous diseases. I use the most
successful treatments known for all
diseases, Host equipped offices and
largest practice In the city.
. lull)'/. l'ii>'ifl<> live, Veil Door to
* Njniomii Hank of Commerce.
PUTS AN END TO INDIGESTION AND
A SOUR, GASSY, UPSET STOMACH
As there is often some one in
your family who suffers an attack
of Indigestion or some form of
| Stomach troubje, why don't you
keep some Diapepsln In the house j
Thte harmless blessing will di
gest anything you can eat without
the slightest discomfort, and over
come a sour, gassy Stomach fire
Tell your pharmacist to let you
'road th* formula plainly printed
on these 5 0-cent cases of Pape's
'Dlapepsln, then you will readily
see why It makes Indigestion,
Sour Stomach, Heartburn and oth
er dietreee go In five r..lnutes and
relieves at once such miseries as
Belching of Gas, Eructations of
sour undigested food. Nausea,
Headaches, Dizziness, Constipa
tion and other Stomach disorders.
Some folks have tried bo long to
CAPITAL PAID IN $500,000.00
General Banking — Safe Deposit Vaults —IN-
TEREST PAID On All Deposits in Savings De
Oldest Trust Company in Washington.
Monday, Oct. 16, 1911. "
flu-d relief from Indigestion and
Dy»p?B*ta or an outof-order stqm
ach with the common every-dajl
cure* advertised ttwu they liava
jabout made up their minds that
they have something else wronn
or believe thrirs is a caso of Ner
vousness, Gastritis, Catarrh of tli«
Stomach or Cancer.
This, no doubt, Us a serious ml*> *
take. Your real trouble Is, wh,at
you eat does not digest; Instead,'
It ferments and soum, turns to
arid, Gas and Stomach poison*
which putrefy In the digestive
tract and intestines, and, besides,
poison the breath with nauseout
A hearty appetite, with thor
ough digestion, and without tljo
slightest discomfort or misery Of
the Stomach, Is waiting for you
as soon as you decide to try l'ape'a