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Thursday, Oct. 3,1912.
TACOMA'S VALUATION HAS
INCREASED OVER $4,000,000
The valuation of all property
in the state for taxation this year
is much higher than last year, and
Fierce county and Tacoma keep
pace with the rest. Last year
Pierce county and Tacoma keep
pace with the rest. Last year
Pierce county was taxed on $100,
--790,726, but this year It will be
$108,767,973.
Tacoma's tax valuation is $73,
--298,466. There has been an in
crease in the public service com
pany assessment of nearly $1,-
A TEN CENT BOX
"F "CASCARETS"
InsuVes you for ironths against
Headache, ISilli sm-sN, Con
stipation i a Bad
Stor „„...
Put aside—Just once—the Salts,
Cathartic Pills, Castor Oils or pur
gative waters which merely force
a passageway through the bowels,
but do not thoroughly cleanse,
freshen and purify these drainage
or alimentary organs, and have no
effect whatever upon the liver and
stomach.
Keep your inside organs pure
and fresh with Cascarets, which
thoroughly cleanse the stomach,
remove the undigested, sour and
fermenting food and foul gases,
take the excess bile from the liver
and carry out of the system all the
constipated waste matter and poi
sons in the intestines and bowels.
A Cascaret tonight will make
you feel great by morning. They
work while you sleep—never grip,
sicken and cost only 10 cents a
box from your druggist. Millions
of men and women take a Cascaret
now and then and never have
Headache, Billlousness, coated
tongue, Indigestion, Sour Stomach
or Constipated bowels. Cascarets
belong in every household. Chil
dren just love to take them.
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000,000 In the year, and the to
ta lincrease In Tacoma's valua
tion la Just about $4,000,000.
The state levy of taxes in
Pierce county this next year will
be 4.874 mills.
BOTH NEIGHBORS
WERE TOUCHED
Police attention today is direct
ed towards lnterurban trains car
rying passengers to and from the
Puyallup fair, owing to reports of
three cases of pocket-picking
which occurred yesterday.
When F. W. Samuelson of
Hales passage alighted from the
train which brought him from
Puyallup yesterday afternoon,
$40 poorer than when he boarded
the conveyance, and hurried to
wards the police station, he
bumped squarely into a neighbor,
A. Marzana, who had been re
lieved of $7. When both report
ed their loss they learned anoth
er man had also been "touched."
STILES WANTS TO
MAKE A CHANGE
On his own motion Judge
Stiles yesterday afternoon fixed
up an ordinance he will ask the
council to pass to hedge about
the right of petition on the part
of tlio people.
He proposes to make It more
difficult ta circulate recall peti
tions, to begin with, by requiring
them to be signed in ink and
must be filed in lots of 250 each.
He also provides that on other
petitions where a club or organi
zation makes recommendation the
full membership of the club must
be stated and the number voting
for and against the proposition
recommended.
.FUDGE ANDERSON, TUB MAN . «E BENCH IN BIGGEST
I, \lt< >v TRIAL I.V -iISTORY.
VAN VORIS RE-UNITES SIX
FAMILIES DURING MONTH
Five dogs and two cats have
found homes during the last
month through the efforts of Hu
mane Officer William S. Van
Voris, according to his report
issued today.
Eleven of these animals he was
forced to kill. The same fate
came to seven horses and three
cows. Twenty horses were or
dered from harness for shoulder
THE TACOMA TIMES.
soreness and 16 removed from
the street for lameness.
Besides this. Van Voris has re
united six families and found em
ployment for three delinquent
boys and one girl.
All horse shoeing and blacksmith
shops closed Saturday, October 5,
on account of Valley fair.
"Advertisement"
Theatrical
TACOMA-Friday and Saturday night, "The
Woman." Coming, Julian Eltinge.
EMPRESS Seven vaudeville acts, each after
noon and evening, this week.
PANT AGES--Vaudeville afternoon and even
ing, Mercedes, the mysterious headline at
traction this week.
TACOMA
David Belasco will present at
the Tacoma Friday and Saturday
one of his greatest successes, the
production of William C. deMille's
groat American play, "The Wom
an," with the same cast that re
mained for nine capacity months
at the Republic Theater, New
York city, last Beason.
Julian Eltinge, who will be seen
at the Tacc\ia Sunday, Monday
and Tuesday theater as the star of
"The Fascinating Widow," is
easily the best looking man on the
Amerlran stage today; and when
disguised as a woman—made nec
essary by the plot and story of his
musical play, the famous A. H.
Woods' star has inspired the para
doxiral expression, "the handsom
est woman on the stage is a man."
Off the stage Eltinge is an atheltic
youth with a personality which
wins friends wherever he goes.
There is no suggestion of the ef
feminate in the actor off the stage.
MASTER DIES
(By Vnited Press Leased Wire.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 3.—
The whaling schooner Letita is In
port here today from a cruise in
the waters of Southeastern Alas
ka without its master, Captain J.
A. Mac Comber of Oakland, who
died of heart disease while direct
ing a chase for a sperm whale.
The captain stood In the rigging
issuing orders when he dropped
from the rigging into the water
and when picked up several min
utea later was dead.
SAYS HE WANTED
TO DO RIGHT
Because he attempted to
build a Are for a woman
who lay on a sick bed in a
chill room; criminal charges
are to be made out today
against John McCarthy, 57
years old, a laborer.
McCarthy Bays he had
been begging from house to
house along South Tacoma
avenue yesterday when he
entered the home of a wom
an lying in bed with a tiny
child in her arms. Sym
pathy for the young mother,
he states, caused him to place
his hand tenderly upon her
by way of caress.
He Intended building a
flro to warm the damp room,
he says, but was driven from
the house by ' her screams.
He was arrested half an
hour later on the complaint
of neighbors.
SOME DUCK CROP
THIS YEAR
That duck hunting on the mud
flats on the cast side of the bay
Is the best ever Is the opinion
of local hunters. They say that
it Is no trick to go out in the
early morning and get the limit
about sunrise. Hunters start out
as early as 3 o'clock a m at
that.
CASE THROWN
OUT OF COURT
After listening to the testimony
for three days In the suit of E.
F. Masterson for $60,000 against
the First National Assurance so
ciety, Judge Card yesterday after
noon took the case from the jury
and threw it out of court.
Attorney Lefebvre protested
vehemently and saya he will ap
peal to the supreme court, but
Judge Card said he had no case
and it waa useless to go on with
it.
RAPE'S OIAPEPSIN
ENDS DIGESTION
TIME IT! NO SOI'It, GAMT
STOMACH Oil DYSPEPSIA
IN FIVK MINI TKS.
You don't waut a slow remedy
when your stomach is bad—or an
uncertain one—or a harmful one
—your stomach is too valuable;
you mustn't injure it with drastic
driißS.
I'ape's DUtpapsla is notod for
it's siH'od in giving rolief; It's
li.'ii mii'SMH■>.-: it's certain un
failing action in regulating sick,
sour, gassy stomachs. It's mil
lionu of cures in indiKestion, dys
pepsia, gastritis and other stomach
trouble has made Jt famous the
world over.
Keep this perfect stomach doc
tor in your home—keep it handy
—get a large fifty-cont case from
any drug store and tbon if anyone
should eat something which
doesn't agree with them; if what
they eat lays like lead, ferments
and sours and forms gas; causes
headache, dizziness and MIMt;
eructations of arid and undigest
ed food —remember as soon as
Pape'a Diapepsin comes in con
tact with the stomach all such dis
tress vanishes. It's promptness,
certainty and ease in overcoming
the worst stomach disorders is a
revelation to those who try it.
PAGE THREE.
■"*■ Airtight heaters, $1.60 «nd op.
Ewing Hardware Co., ' 1111 C st.
Main 7750.- "Ad<verUaem«ni"
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FRIDAY * SAT! HOAY, OCT. *-«
David Balaaca Vrvmeatm
THE WOMAN '/#
A Gripping Drama of Today »r
-■ Win. ('. d* Mill*. :■. - -■.•'■
I'rli-M to »I.SO.
Seats now selling.
tiihi.i: NIGHTS «TARTIItO "
HATES SUNDAY
A. 11. Wood* Frnnti the Star ■■« I
Play \V« Have Waited 9 ,•-■■ k
Ifin to Hrr
JULIAN ELTINGE
In the Gnat Lanacklasc Haaleal
Xronalloa
"TIIR FASCIXATI.VG WIDOW !
lib Entire Original I <im|ia>; I
Prlt'n BOc to a-.im. Scat Sale Sat- '
urdar.
EMPRESS
mil of Manx I'rilurn.
Edward Dorking
Survivor of 111-Fated 'I'llaalr.
.*•■«.•■! lulu r lilt AU.
(iivlit New Kill Today
MERCEDES
The Puzzling Mystery.
Other Big Acts.
————————— —— —- —————»
PRINCESS THEATER
Main 7760.
Rex Reach's Great Play
"THE SPOILERS"
Prices 2 oc, 30c, BOc.
Bargain Matinees Wednesday and
Saturday— loc and 25c
v/ISxO /*«*» Glasses Fitted
ifCS jL ill Best 4'""1*0
If V [S^wJ Lowest Price*
ii v"-H5-<^3Rr"] *asxvk''''
\V y^*4jT^N OPTICAL CO.
'vm>l /V^j-Jro Masonic Temple
Tacouia, Wash.

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