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Tuesday, Oct. 8, 1912.
(By Viui:u i'ress Lensed Wire.)
TAMPICO, Mexico, Oct. 8. —
While watching a spectacular fire
1 of a warehouse here, thirty per
sons, spectators and firemen, were
killed by a nexploslon of powder
In the burning structure.
i More than 100 others are suf
fering from injuries today.
Those hurt Include many •wom
-len and children. The warehouse
I .was a government Institution and
I It is believed the fire which caus
ed the explosion was the work of
an Incendiary, •
WOMAN ON TRIAL
PASCO, Wash., Oct. B.—
trial of Mrs. Anna E. Christensen,
accused om murdering her hus
band, H. E. Christensen, cashier
of the Bank of Fasco, on the
night of May 31, now in progress
here, is attracting widespread in
Chris tension died on a train be
tween Pasco and Spokane, osten
j sibly ■ from the effects of poison
In a whisky flash from which he
. had been drinking. A. R. Gary,
' a contractor, Is Jointly charged
1 with Mrs. Christensen. ■
\ for a bad stomach
TIME IT! IX FIVE .MINUTES
GAM, SOURNESS AND IN
DIGESTION IS GONE.
Sour, gassy, upset stomach, In
digestion, heartburn, .dyspepsia;
when the food you eat ferments
Into gases and stubborn lumps;
your head aches and you feel sick
j \nd miserable, that's when you
alize the magic in Pape'u Dia
[ XKvsln. It makes such misery van
-1 lab. in five minutes.
If your stomach is in a con
tinuous revolt if you can't get it
' regulated, please, for your sake,
try Dlapepsln. It's so needless to
have a bad stomach— make your
next meal a favorite food meal,
then take a little Dlapepsln:
There will not be any distress—
: eat without fear. It's because
Pape's Diapepsin "really does"
regulate weak, out-of-order stom
achs that gives it it's millions ot
I Get a large fifty-cent case of
, Pape's Diapepsln from any drug
■tore. It is the quickest, surest'
stomach relief and euro known. It
, acts almost like magic—it is a
■ scientific, harmless and pleasant
I preparation which truly belong!
. In every home.
Gymnasium classes now open.
I Y. W. C. A. "Advertisement."
LAST TIME TONIGHT
In the Greatest of All Laughing
"THE FASCINATING WIDOW"
Original Company Direct From
Two Years in the Kast.
Prices 50c to %2. Curtain at
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 18
America's Most Lasting Success,
The Old Homestead
With Mr. William Lawrence as
Prices, 25c to $1. Seat sale
Saturday. Curtain at 8:15.
"~ E M press"
World's Standard Vaudeville
BILL NOW RUNNING
"The Waltz Dream."
Hildreth & Co. •
Klass & Bernle.
Nii.-ss & Kldred.
"Mrs. Wiggs of the Cab
bage Patch" ■
PRICES—2Oc, 30c, 50c.
Bargain Matinee Wednesday and
Saturdayloc and 25c.
Here's Another Good One.
6 AMERICAN BEAUTIES
Dainty Musical Offering.
Eminent Character Comedian
FOUR OTHER BIG ACTS
Hrenlnc Pricaa 10c, Ida, »Be. Box Seat* 800. MatlaoM 10c, 15c.
SCOOP SSffim Scoop Returns The Boss' Serw By "HOP"
Joe Murray, 25 years old, Is
today in the county hospital re
covering from bullet-shattered
legs, received when he was mak
ing his get-away last night
through a window he had shatter
ed in the second-hand store of
Thomas Long, 1317 Commerce
street, which he is said to have
burglarized. Patrolman Strick
land did the shooting.
As Murray dropped to the
ground after the officer had dis
charged his weapon, he exclaim
ed, "Gee, you're fast with that
The bullet smashed the bones
of both legs. He was attended
last night by Resident Physician
Search of the wounded man's
pockets revealed three revolvers,
several knives, and a number of
watches which he is believed to
have stolen from the store.
RUSSELL BID TO
(Hy United Press Leased Wire.)
WASHINGTON, D. C Oct. B.—
The doors to the Ananias club
were opened before the senate
campaign contributions investiga
tion committee here today by
Wayne MacVeagh in an attempt
to rush Charles Kdward Russell,
the socialist candidate for gov
ernor of New York, through as
a charter member.
MacVeagh vehemently denied
to the committee that he had told
ludson Welliver, a reporter for
ilanipton's Magazine, when Rus
sell was editor of that periodical
that he was present when Colonel
Theodore Roosevelt Is alleged to
have demanded by telephone a
second contribution from Pier
liont Morgan for the republican
rampalgn of 1904.
Testifying before the commit
tee yesterday Russell declared,
and his testimony was corrobor
ated by Welliver, that MacVetigh
had said he was present when the
second contribution was demand
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Taylors 3 ad Ort ._ 10
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Johnnie Sandcll L 7-8 B 21
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084 Fred B Vye & wf to Jas
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L, 18-19 B 8654 Ind ad 200
696 Jas McMullan & wf to Geo
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same blk 1
704 Knterprise Trading Co to
Caroline lilley w 40 ft L 1 to
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706 C X Whitney & wf to J H
Morris L 1 .> B 10 Couls ad
Don't forget those great big
salmon, 25c each. 15th and Dock
MINE ON FIRE;
ONE MAN DEAD
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
KELLOGG, Ida., Oct. B.—A
disastrous fire is raging in the
IJunker Hill and Sullivan mine
here. One man, F. A. Benz,
pamper, is missing and may have
perished. Firemen equipped
with ocygen helmets are on the
scene but seem unable to make
any iieadway against the flames.
JUILIAN ELTINGE AS WOMAN
A woman sat behind us at the
show last night; a woman almost
as charming as your fascinating
self, Julian Eltlnge. She admir
ed you as a man, and adored you
as a widow.
And, Julian —we know it la
wickedness itself to do it —but,
Julian how did you do it? We
mean how did you ever acquire
that perfectly delicious nonplmssi
ness and those dazzling, discon
Did you get all that perfection
He Appeals To Higher Law
To Decide All His Cases
If you take the court house ele
vator some morning and ancend
to the fourth floor, stepping out
side the cage, you will see on one
of the plainest doors the sign,
"Frank H. Graham, J. P."
Seated in the dim light of a
ridiculously tiny court room, is
the judge himself. You will know
him intimately at once. He is
the sort of person who will re
mind you of your grandfather,
white haired, pleasant mannered
and an Illimitable conversational
When he has told you the lat
est funny incident of his court
and lighted his pipe, ho will show
you his law library. There are
many books there, all bound In
the conventional legal binding,
and covered with dust. You will
wonder what a storehouse this
man's brain must be never to re
quire the assistance of these vol
But you will never need to ask
the question that is uppermost,
for in his hand the Judge will be
holding a diminutive leather
bound testament. It is to this
he turns in times of necessity, for
in it are contained the Ten Com
mandments, "a- very respectable
presedent," he will tell you.
To illustrate the wisdom of this
choice of statutes, Judge Graham
will refer yon to the case of the
state of Washington vs. Dr. C. H.
Kich. The rase Is to In- decided
probably today. Dr. Rich was ar
rested for speeding In his automo
bile. . He has explained to the
.fudge that his cause for breaking
ALMOST A MIRACLK.
One of the most startling
changes ever seen in any man, ac
cording to W. B. Ilolsclaw, Clar
endon, Tex., was effected years
ago in his brother. "ll* bad such
a dreadful cough," he writes,
"that all bur family thought he
was going into consumption, but
he began to use Dr. King's' New
Discovery, and was completely
cured by ten bottle*. Now he Is
sound and well and weighs 218
ponnds. For many years our fam
ily has used this wonderful rem
edy for Coughs and Colds with
excellent results." It's quick,
safe, reliable- and guaranteed.
Price 50 cents and 11.00. Trial
bottle free »t Ryner Malstrom
Drug Co., BSB Pacific avenue.
'THE TACOMA TIMES.
The government mine rescue car
is on hand and heroic efforts are
being made to locate Benz, who It
Is believed, died while opening
the big pumps in an effort to
quench the blaze. It is barely
probable that Benz, seeing the
fire approaching, went into a re
cess far removed from the blaze
and may be safe.
through intuition, Julian? It cuts
us to the quick to ask it, but the
lady behind us wante dto know.
Julian, there was just a whis
per, very vague, and almost lost
in the sighing when the play was
nearly over and you had become
a man again—just a whisper,
Julian, that maybe after all you
have a woman show you how.
And Julian, the lady wanted to
Vnow, was she a wido?
iln> law nils that a man lay at
(lie other end of his journey with
a broken arm.
The law of Washington does
not discriminate, but everyone,
no matter what their mission,
who exceeds a certain speed is
guilty. Judiße Graham's statute
"Christ himself broke his own
laws," Judge Graham will say.
"He found a yoke of oxen in a
ditch on the Sabbath day, which
he hart commanded should be kept
holy through suspension of every
kind of work. But he took the
oxen out of their trap. '
"Now if Dr. Rich was going to
the aid of a suffering man, and
breaking the law of man to get
there, I'm going to free him by
the Higher Law, for he was doing
a noble act, notwithstanding the
decision of the state legislature
to tin- contrary."
TO JURY TODAY
ABERDEEN, Oct. 8. —The hard
battle being waged by J. 8.
Greech, mtllonalre lumberman,
lor his Ufa In the local courts la
expected to end today. It is
generally anticipated that the
case will go to the Jury, as the
prosecution has made its final
plea, an dthe defense la conclud
ing this afternoon. Attorney
Boner, chief counsel for Greech,
opened for the defense, anj is be
ing supplemented In the final plea
by Attorney John Welsh. The
rebuttal of the stat« la also ex
Greech la nervous, although h<»
hopes for acquittal.
SPOKANE, Oct. B.—The citi
zens of Spokane are today rejoic
ing over the announcement made
by Major General Leonard Wood,
chief of staff of the United States
army, while here that the troops
are to remain at Fort George
Wright in their pr«Mnt numbers
for some time. Wood declared
that there la no Immediate plan
afoot to reduce the post force* In
Tax levy 30.65 mills.
The various taxing bodies
squeezed .2 of a mill off the total
tax levy but it will cost the people
more money than before owing
to the increase in valuation of
about $4,000,000 In the city.
The levy compared with that
of this year by the various taxing
bodies is as follows:
City—l 2 mills; last year, 12
County—B.o9 mills; last year,
State —4.91 mills; last year,
4.5 i 2 mills.
School —4.15 mills; last year,
Parks—l.s mills; last year,
Total—3o.Gs mills; last year,
The county cut its levy, the city
and school remained the same as
last year and the park board and
state raised their figures.
The state raise is largely a
good roads proposition. The
park board wants more money for
parks and the first of the year
will take over the operation of
the pavilion business and it may
also buy the Xerides bathhouse
The departments will all get
much more money than last year
on the same levies because of in
creased valuations. •
The levy of 30.65 in Tacoma is
for district Xo. 1. That takes In
the old section of the city. Dis
tricts 2, 3, 4 and 5, which were
annexed later, will be less, the
.recent acquisitions to the city not
being taxed for interest on bonds
sold before they came in.
The biggest struggle over the
levy was before the city council.
Commissioner Mills was deter
mined to boost the salaries of fire
men and policemen.
He was willing to cut out any
thing else and everything else
necessary to do this. Accordingly
the budget was paired to the limit.
Practically all sewers, some of
them absolutely necessary, were
taken out, bridges, land purchases
required and other features were
all wiped out of the budget and
the council will later ask the peo
ple to vote bonds for them.
The salary raises went.
At that the budget is $1,1,000
above the amount of money that
will be received.
TEST CASE ON
A test on tue civil servioa of
the city is to be uiadu la superior
When Commissioner Mills
came In he deposed Captain of
'Detectives J. E. Darnell and
shitted him from place to place
until he had him entirely elimin
ated from the force. Darnell
now baa brought suit under tne
civil service demanding reinstate
Mills wag one of the members
Of tlie charter commibsiou that
framed the civil service in the
charter aud the suit will be watch
ed with interest to see whether
the civil service eugraCted into
the city constitution means any
Public service commission has
suspended the operation of the
new lumber tariff increasing rates
from Spokane to Palouae and oth
' HOW SHK AOQUIKKI)
A nicely-dressed woman sat be
ulili- me In the train. Kveryone
srt.'vic.l at her. I couldn't help do-
Ing the same. It was not her
beauty of feature that held our
b.vi-k, nor her costume. But there
was something ahout her face and
expression—I risked it and asked:
"Would you mind telling* me how
you keep your complexion so daz
iliimly pure? Don't think me im
pertinent, but you seem over SO, yet
liuv ii'f a line in your face, and
your cheeks are quite peach-like.
How do you do It?"
laughing, she said: "That's
•asy: I remove my skin. Sounds
■hocking, doesn't It? But listen.
Instead of cosmetics, I use only
pure mei'follzed wax, procurable at
any druggist's. I apply this night
ly like cold cream, washing It off
mornings. This gently absorbs the
■oiled, weather-beaten film-skin,
without pain or discomfort, thus re
vealing the fresh, clear underskln.
Every woman has a beautiful com-
Silexlon underneath, you know,
'hen, to ward off wrinkles, I use a
ace bath made by dissolving pow
dered saxollte (one ounce) In one
half pint witch haiel—a harmless
astringent which 'tones' the skin
wonderfully. Very simple, lsn"t It?"
I thought so. I'm now trying her
plan and Ilk* it Immensely.—Milli
cent Brown in The Story Teller.
Mlllinacy, sewing, cooking. T.
W. C. A. "Advertisement.' 1
(Ily United Press leased Wire.)
LOS AXGELKS, Cal., Oct. B.—
Heine Heitmuller, star batsman
of the Los Angeles Coast league
baseball team, died here today in
in Good Samaritan hospital here
of typhoid fever. He had been
111 for about ten days and was
taken to the hospital just before
his teammates left for San Fran
cisco last week. It had been re
ported that he was improving
from day lo day and his death
came as a shock to hla friends.
Heitmuller had been playing In
the outfield for Los Angeles and
was the heaviest hitter on the
team. His loss will be greatly
felt by his club. He was a grad
uate of the University of Califor
nia and first became famous in
baseball as a member of the col
Land Commissioner Ross has
rejected 22 applications to lease
lands for oil prospecting.
7 this WILL STOP YOUR
OOtXOH IX A HURRY'
Save $2 by Making This Cough
Syrup at Home.
This recipe makes a pint of bet
ter cough syrup than you could
buy ready made (or $2.50. A few
(loses usually conquer the most ob
stinate —stops even whoop
ing coush quickly. Simple us it is,
no better remedy can be had at any
Mix one pint of granulated sugar
with Vi pint of warm water, and
stir for 2 minutes, l'ut 2 3 ounces
of l'inex (fifty cents' worth) In a
pint bottle; then add the Sugar
Syrup. it has a pleasant taste and
lasts a family a long time. Take a
teanpoonful every one, two or three
You can feel this take hold of a
cough In a way that means business.
Has a good tonic effect, braces up
t%! appetite, and Is slightly laxa
tive, too, whloh Is helpful. A handy
remedy for hoarseness, croup
bronchitis, asthma and all throat
anil lung troubles.
The effect of pine on tlie mem
branes is well known. I'lnex la the
most valuable concentrated com
pound of Norwegian white pine ex
tract, and is rich in guaiacol and
all the natural henllng pine, ele
ments. Other preparations will not
work In this formula.
This IMnex and Sugar Syrup
recipe has attained great popular
ity throughout the United States
and Canada. It has often been
imitated, though never successfully.
A guaranty of absolute satisfac
tion, or money promptly refunded,
goes with this recipe. Your drug
gist has Pinex, or will n-et it for
you. If not. send to The i'lnex Co.,
Ft. Wayne, Ind.
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In a few moments your hair looks soft, fluffy, lustrous
and abundant -No falling hair or dandruff.
Surely try a "Danderine Hair
Cleanse" if you wish to immedi
ately double the beauty of your
hair. Just moisten a cloth with
Danderine and draw it carefully
through 'your hair, taking one
small strand at a time, this will
cleanse the hair of dust, dirt or
any excessive oil—ln a few mo
ments you will u« amazed. Your
hair will be wavy, fluffy and
abundant mul possess an Inroin
parable softness, lußtre and lux
uriance, tho beauty and shimmer
of true hair health.
Besides beautifying the hair,
one application of Danderine dis
solves every particle of Dandruff;
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SPECIAL VITAGRAPH FEATURE f
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY *"
The Money Kings, or A Mission of Diplomacy
3 Reel Feature of Surprising Adventures.
First time in Tacoma; absolutely now. You'll certainly
miss something If you don't see this. How Universal Peace
was declared and the unprincipled schemes of greed and
avarice to prevent it were defeated by a quick-witted young
girl, and a daring aviator In his hydroaeroplane. •
lilli and South K.
Admission 10c For This Feature.
$10,000 Worth of
On Special Sale
At 911-913 C Street
SALE COMMENCES TOMORROW, 10 A. M.
Our second shipment of new fall line of Rugs
and Carpets arrived yesterday. In order to
quickly introduce them to the housekeepers of
Tacoma we are going to make some especially
attractive prices, beginning tomorrow. Good
news travels fast, so rather than have your
neighbor tell you of the bargains she had, bet
ter come in tomorrow and investigate our offer
ings. r| -
$16.50 9x12 Brussels Rugs ......$ 9.85 .
$25.00 Vclour Rugs ..,......... $18.50
$24.00 Axminstcr Rugs ....... $17.50
$45.00 Wilton Velvet Rugs .. ..'.. 533.00 . .
We carry the biggest line of Ruga in large size Rugs In
the city. In Body Brussels, Axminster. Wilton Velvet, etc. ~^
Only a limited number of the $9.85 Brussels Rugs will
be Bold. These Rugs are especially adapted for hotels and
rooming, houses. •■^•-i Uv *'-'■■•'*-.•'- •:«- '•"■■■"■"'".?.«
Reductions on Linoleums, Mattings, Portieres,
< . :. Lace Curtains, etc.
ms9 Tacoma Furniture &Mttf j
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the scalp, forever stopping itching
and falling hair.
Danderine la to the balr what
fresh showers of rain and sunshine
nre to vegetation. It goes right
to the roots, invigorates? and
strengthens them. Its exhtlarat
iiiK. stimulating and life-produc
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grow abundantly long, strong and
You can surely have pretty,
tuft, lustrous hair, and lots of it,
if you will just get a 2"> cent bot
tle of Knowlton's Danderine from
any drug store or toilet counter
;iud try it as directed.