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Thursday, Oct. 3,1912.
(My United Pn-ss T,rn-ci Wire.)
CONSTANTINOPLE, Oct. 3.—
Representatives here of Bulgaria,
Servla, Montenegro and Greece
to<Jjy jointly handed an ultima
tum to Turkish authorities de
manding autonomy for Mace
donia, Albania, Old Servla and
Crete within three days. If the
sultan rejects the demands, the
Balkan coalition will repeat It,
and at the same time notify the
powers that unless Turkey yields
after the expiration of another
three days, that war against the
"Ottoman empire" will be de
LONDON, Oct. 3. —Sir Gerald
Lowthor, British ambassador to
Turkey, today telegraphed the
foreign office that Turkey does
not Intend to flg^t the Balkan
coalition unless forced to do so
and that the sultan is willing to
establish the reforms demanded
In Macedonia but that they can
not he accomplished as speedily as
the Balkan states demand.
BELGRADE, Servia, Oct. 3.
Three Turkish aeroplanes and
several carloads of munitions of
war en route to Constantinople
were seized here today by Servian
He—My father weighed
only four pounds at his birth.
She—Good gracious! Did
he live? Boston Transcript
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rePpl! I Testimonial:
Btfesa fering severely
IB is?* from kidney trou-
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t yr»., and have
aK|><:**JMMout relief. After
derful remedies, under your
treatment for 8 weeks, the pain
and soreness have entirely dis
appeared. Yours truly, P. A. Sni
der, 6710 So. Yakima ay., Tacoma.
' A wonderful Chinese medicine.
I Send 2c stamp for question blank
to lUHj Pacific ay. Main tits.
THE i.Nil. AND THE GRIP
•re seldom apart—particularly on
a shopping excursion. -And here
she can get the cutest of little
shopping bags or the largest sized
Trunk for Traveling purposes.
We. have an Infinite variety of
leather goods, all made of the
best materials, by experienced
workmen, and priced at very rea-
Bonable figures. Come in and
look over the assortment.
TACOMA TRUNK FACTORY
931 O St.
■tp^KHBIn Bin*''*' *'*' t!%*'^'^3L
We have some genuine hand
painted China Cups and Saucers
that formerly sold for $1.50 the
' pair. Your choice forsoc.
.V. Fine for Prizes. • U
■- ■ If you present this coupon we
give you 10 extra Green Stamps
i with a 50c purchase.'■ ;';
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, . Prescription: Specialist
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SCOOP Mft, B The Evidence Was All In T/^.'s Favor - - By "HOP"
ONE MAN HURT
A flagman, whose name Is un
known, lor the Tacoma Railway
and Power company, was Injured
and three cars were derailed
early this morning at Maplewood
Springs on the old line from Ta
conia to Puyallup.
The injured man, hi 3 leg brok
en, was removed to a hospital at
Derailment of the cars tied up
traffic for most of the morning,
three hours' time being consum
ed in removing the obstruction
and respiking the rails.
The cars were part of a ce
ment train which was bound for
Stevenson's spur. They broke
loose from the rest and. pounded
back down the steep grade, gath
ering such momentum that they
were thrown into the ditch at
Police court had its hands full
handling drunks In September, ac
cording to the report of Clerk
Hackett. There were 1997 cases
tried of which C 3 were plain
drunks, 2 5 drunk and disorderly
and 13 plain vags.
All but 10 cases were convicted.
(Hy United Press ;.c.i-,.,i Wire.)
LOS ANUELES, Cat,, Oct. 3. —
Rain last night and today did
great damage to crops in Los An
geles county. From the Sawtelle
district comes a report that 5,
--000 acres of beans had been spoil
ed by the unseasonable weather.
1 LOCAL DEATH itKCOHD *
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Knurr. 1 of (irromr Panl l.athenna'
Funeral of Gerome Paul Lather
man was held at 4 o'clock this aft
ernoon from the C. C. Mcl linger
company's. Interment In Tacoma
I'-unrral of Mr., firnr. Ma, ft n | nn .
iuneral of Mrs. (irare May Qtiinn
was held from the Hill & Chase
rompuny'a at 10 o'clock this morn
Funeral of David V. Murrr.
Funeral of David F. Murry was
held at 10:30 o'clock this morning
from the family residence, 309
South G st. Interment at Tacoma
!■ .■•■. ml of Mm. 1....m, room,
Funeral of Mrs. Km me. Yourex
was held at 3 o'clock this afternoon
from the Mason Methodist church.
North 28th and Madison st.
Wednesday October 2—William
Sliavr, awed 60, father of Dr J X
Shaw 1501 North Prospect st
410 B Lemohn & wf to H X Pe
terson 75x99*4 ft in nw cor
blk 54 and Ski Land 2 ad.... 10
418 Axel Anderson to Ernest
.Banader und % of 4 a In s2
aw se 6-20-4 i
417 Krnest Ilonnnder to Axel
Anderson und % of 6 a in sw
se 6-20-4 also 105x850 ft in
said sw ge 6-20-4 ;. i
42Oqc Wllllmenla Greenlaw to
N A Jucobson & Theo Har
stad 6H ala 31-19-4 ....... 1
421 Same to same 4-78 a In
Eugene & J B Olivier to P H
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42.1.1 c Thos Skree'n'&wf 'to' Sa'mi
Nelson nw se I'3-20-lw .... 55
424 VVilhelm Kothrade & wf to
Wm McDonald L 10-11 Spoon
ers plat 1
431 Jno O'Nell A wf to Geo " A
Brosamer L. 14-15 B 6 Catllna
ad , in
432 State to Acme Inv Co L 6
sec 16-22-2 1353
434 Helen M Clark to H E Has
kins & wf L 43 to 48 B 3 amd
McGregors ad 2500
437 Mil Inv Co to A W Burke
L 1-2 B 10 First ad Brkly
439 Narrows Land Co to A C
Tucker L 66-67 B 41 Reg Pk
No. 2 1200
442 Jno L Tallmadge & wf to
Lorenz Mockel s2 »c no aw
- »3-20-3 3100
444qc St Leo's Cong of Tac to
, Cath Bishop of Nigqly L 1 to 7
• B 1315 T 1
447 Mary A& Wm Hurtlenne to ,
Walter St Hattle Murray 75x ; "
"120 ft In se nw 19-20-3 ..... 4 10
450 J L Hunt & wf to Levl Stor- B
lie T IH »L! Mdlnd 5 a tracts *10
451 Ida B and J L Hunt to
same L 4 to 6 B 4521 8 aide
ad ■.:..:..... 10
460qc Tac Land Imp Co to 8 R
Wllkeaon I, 3 &us nw 17-19-2 It
461 a R Wilkeson ft wf to Wm
IS Russell same prop MOO
462 Wm 13 Russell to Henry A
v Meyer same prop ...........9000
486 Henry Griffin and wf to
. Helen Dlrlwachtar L. S-« B 11 '
McX Pk ■ad 1800
4(7qc Robt Crorjr to n M Mor
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Midway ad .».............;..' 1
468 M Kelllher to Japanese: -:
Am Indstrl Co at of front 100 '
ft I, 17-18 B II Eldredses ad '
Ort ...- 500
469 W S Conn and wf to Ger
. trude Conn and Jcmil« M and "- ■
r, R I Elliott to Margaret New- Cv
befrln «l L I}-13 Wilsons aub-:':-'
•dlv of W2 nw 34-20-3 1500
470 Margaret A Win B Newbe- .
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THE TACOMA TIMES.
MORAL CRUSADER PINCHED;
CHARGE, INSULTING GIRL
(By United Press leased Wire.)
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Oct. 3. —
City Prosecutor Guy Eddie, Los
Angeles moral preceptor, is at
liberty loday on his own recog
nizance following his arrest on
the charge of contributing to the
delinquency- of Mrs. Alice Phelps,
20, a ward of the juvenile court.
Mrs. Phelps had previously coin
plained to D. F. McLaughlln, a
humane officer, of Eddie's treat
ment of her when she applied to
him for a position.
It was agreed that she should
MIV BE HIDING
That there are more persons
here or in Seattle how may be
connected with the murder of
Harry Barr, th Portland automo
bile dealer, who was killed on the
Liunton road near that city Sep
tember 17, among them a wom
an, is the belief of the police to
day, who say Detective Vaughan
will return here as goon as he has
P. C. Maxey, with.whom he left
yesterday, safely behind the bars.
The most profound secrecy
guarded the movements of the
Portland sleuth from his arrival
here Tuesday afternoon to his de
parture yesterday. He caused
the arrest of six persons In Seat
tle, it is said.
Maxey, according to the detec
tive, has long records at San
Quentin and Salem penitentiaries.
Vaughan's mysterious air and
the guardedness with which he
spoke even to police officials
leaves little doubt that he be
lieves there are others connected
with the crime In hiding her©. He
Is said to have Intimated there
js a woman being secreted in Ta
eorna, for whom he will make a
thorough search on his return.
Towns along the interurban
from Tacoma to Auburn will unite
in an organization to stand to
gether for their rights as against
the Stone-Webster Interests and
for other mutual advantage. J.
E. Price la' fthalrman and W. K.
Keller of Milson secretary. The
present Interurban rates are
deemed utterly unjust.
(By United Press Loaned Wire.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Oct. 3. —
That Averill Harrlman, son of
the late E. H. Harrlman. la en
gaged to Miss Katherlne Britton,
daughter of Mr. and Mra. Alex
ander Britton of Washington, It
the report her« today.
JIM MUCH BETTER
(By United Fnbj iMftaed Wire.)
PHILADELPHIA, Oct 3. —
Continued lmprorement was not«d
today in I the condition of James
J. Corbett, former weight
champion | pugilist of the world,
»»ho was operated on here: Tues
day night tor appendidtU. ,
call on Eddie at his office in the
central police station.
McLaughlin and several other
witnesses watched through the
keyhole. They testified that the
city prosecutor Insulted Mrs.
Phelps, that they rushed in and
arrested Eddie, who was In a
Eddie Is the man who prevent
ed the performance of "The Girl
From Rectors" and other racy
plays here. He will have a hear-
ing Friday before Judge Wilbur
in the juven/e court.
Cty I nil.-.i Press Leased Wire.)
SEATTLE, Oct. 3. —Emphatic
denial that he intended to enter
into a counterfeiting conspiracy
with John Webber, ii} whose cot
tage at Kent he was arrested on
Sunday, George Edward Adams,
the former society man and assay
office employe, is today preparing
to put up a hard fight to estab
lish his innocence. He has re
quested, however, that if he must
remain in jail in default of ball,
that he be committed to the peni
tentiary wh<>re his health would
be better conserved, he says, and
where, too, he would be reducing
his unexpired term on the em
bezzlement charge for which he
had been paroled.
TO ASSESS MORE
An assessment of eight cents
per member in the synod of Wash
ington, which embraces the Pres
byterian churches of Washington,
Alaska and Idaho, will be levied
during the coming year for the
purpose of completing the 1100,
--000 subscription for Whitworth
college. This was decided by the
synod now In session in Seattle
yesterday. Of this amount $79,
--000 has already been subscribed
by Andrew Carnegie, James/J.|
Hill and a few other*.
(Uy United Press Leased Wire.)
BOISE, Ida., Oct. 3.—Mrs. Eu
gene Payne, wife of the former.
cashier of the defunct Idaho state
bank, is today under an indict
ment on the charge of having
made a false entry In the daily
balance book of the institution.
Mrs. Payne is the first woman
to h« indicted by a grand jury
under the state banking laws.
PORTUGUESE PRIESTS ; V
;^C';l ACCEPT PENSION
HOME. Oct. -Eight hundred
Catholic prleses in I Portugal have
accepted the pension provided for
them by \ the new republican ! gov
ernment I following £ their . accept
ance ■of . the : law separating MAM
(!!>■ United Press Zjeaacd Wire.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Oct. 3. —
That Mrs. Matthew T. Scott,
president general of the Daugh
ters of tho American Revolution,
wil] not be a candidate to suc
ceed herself at the annual con
vention of the organization next
spring, is the announcement here
In D. A. R. circles It Is report
ed that Mrs. William Cummins
Story, who has twice contested
for the presidency against Mrs.
Scott, will probably be elected.
OF NEW YORK
(By Uniled Press Leased Wire.)
SYRACUSE. N. V., Oct. 3. —
Following a four night session
filled with exciting events, Will
lam Sulzer, representative in con
gross from New York city, was
nominated by the democratic state
convention for governor here at 1
a. in. today. Martin H. Glynn of
Albany was nominated for lieu
Sulzer's nomination followei
on the fourth ballot after Gov
ernor^John A. Dix had wlthdrawi
from the race.
Throughout the balloting Cbas.
F. Murphy, leader of Tammany
Hall, who favored the re-nomlna
tion of Governor Dix, sat silent.
Not once did he vote. When his
name was-reached on the first,
second and third ballot, each time
Ins arose and said:
"Mr. Murphy wishes to be ex
cused from voting."
ITALY AND TURKS
READY FOR PEACE
(By United Prest Leaaed Wire.)
LASAUANNA, Switzerland, Oct.
b.—Representatives of Turkey
and Italy here today agreed upon
the main terras of a treaty by
Vrhlch it is hoped to restore peace
lift ween the two countries. It
Is expected that the treaty will be
signed before the week's end.
(By United FreuUiwcd \VIr«-»
'OROVILLB. Cal., Oct. ,3— Be
came ha slapped his teacher when
she reprimanded him for playing
'hookey," Everett j llellne. * aged
14 years, of Chico, is ' today sen-,
tenced ;■; to - the . Preston \ reform
school until; he ' reaches ' his ■ ma-
,*Cvi'j*|C?J^V»v.;:J,;- -j-v*;- i>»VB
, Judge 3 Gray, a juvenile i judge
here, passed ; sentence On Melln*.
(By United Press Tensed Wire.)
EUGENE, Ore.. Oct. 3. —Mrs.
J. B. Howe is dead here today
and her husband and the letter's
mother and sister are nursing se
vere bruises as a result of Howe's
Mrs. Howe met her death in
shielding the body of her infant
daughter from the falling ton
"How Is the baby?" she asked
immediately after the accident,
but expired before she could be
given an answer.
GAIN ONE DAY
PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 3. —Lo-
cal shippers were today advised
that tho American Hawaiian
Steamship company operating the
steamers Isthniia, Xebraskan, Xe
vadan and Lyra, will after Janu
ary 1 deliver freight from New
York every ton days instead of
every eleven days aa at present.
This will give Portland the same
service as that enjoyed by San
Francisco under tho same com
The Immoral district has moved
further south, according to a letter
sent to the city council this morn
ing by A. V. Love and others in
the wholesale district. Pushed
out of the district first, establish
ed by Chief Loomls, the women,
according to the loiter, havo
moved south and are now congre
gating in the district betwen Delia
and 21st and Pacific avenue and
The council referred the matter
to the commissioner of e/.fety.
Park Hpnks, 16-year-old boy
of Ellensburg, won $700 at the
state faif Tor fine stock he raised.
George Edward Adams' cell In
Seattle jail is filled with flowers
from sentimental friends.
Fred Johnson, Tacoma, won
second prize for best display of
poultry at Yakima fair and Miller
Washington Electric company
has purchased the Chehalis and,
Cowlltz railway running to the
Big Bottom country. ,
Chehalls has offered the Wash-
ington-Oregon corporation $50,
--000 for its city water system and
if not accepted the city will go to
work to build a competing plant.
CJ ust Karvelis and George
Rantis, Greek laborers, were kill
ed and two more injured when a
helper engine crashed into a ca
boos on the N. P. at Lester.
WHY DON'T YOU TAKE" BET
TER CARE OK YOUR HAIR!'
Don't let It turn grey. Don't
let the Dandruff get a foothold
and start the hair falling out.' . "
It's not natural that young
women should have . thin . grey
hair that. they cannot drees be
comingly. ' ;' ;. .~
It should always be natural-cot
ored-luxurtant — full of life and
radiance—free from ugly :. grey
hairs and 'annoying Dandruff. > :■
'. Nature intended that a woman's
hair should be.one'of her chief
attractions;."•'*7~t";",."• v "; , ,;
v* Why not help her to keep it soT
USE HAYS HAIK HEALTH
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and that's what Pacific Beer is.
We are pleased to refer you to the people
who use Pacific Beer and abide by their de
Order a card of Pacific Beer. If, after
drinking a few bottles, you do not consider
it satisfactory, we'll take it back.
You make your living in Tacoma. Why
not, other things being equal, use a beer that
is produced in Tacoma, by the labor of Ta
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the delicious dainties prepared with
Sperry Rolled Oats
For instance: Nut Crisps, Fruit Drops and
Rolled Oats Cookies.
They have all the toothsome flavor of the
grain appetizing and wholesome.
Send for free Sperry Book of Recipes —
tells how to make many tempting dishes.
Order Sperry Rolled Oats of your grocer.
Get the red Package.
Kip*] Sperry Flour Company
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between 10 and 4, Room
512 Chamber.of: Commerce Building