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Our Annual October Sale of
Dining Chair and Rockers
The well timed arrival of a large shipment of
the famous "Crocker" Chairs and .Rockers,
consisting of all late patterns and finishes, gives
you an opportunity to fill your wants at greatly
reduced prices. Liberal terms on all specially
SALE PRICE SALE PRICE
TXeg. Mm $5.50 Keg. Price $8.50
Popular priced Arm Rocker, This Is an extra strong
like cut, with Beat upholster- Mission style Rocker and is
ed In best Imitation Spanish built of quartered oak
leather; worth, double the throughout. Waxed oak or
price we ask. fumed put*
I SALE PRICE SALE PRICE
Ren- Price $11,125 IU«. Price $1.05
UN of quartered oak; a <>r . llke picture, .and built of
great value. hardwood.
1501-1503-1505 Pacific Aye.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN WINES AND
Sole Agents James E. Pepper & Co. and Louis
Family Orders Solicited and Promptly
102-4-6-8 10 So. 14th St. Telephone Main 113.
No Bar in Connection.
J^^^ IJIc Arthur says: Itiillftfn— >•
V9P Dp .i.iii.i 11 of de Ko'th I -(. • , ' .--
US' iwtvlii' job rc|M>rts progress. - , -
■^SM© Miss O'llara will Inspec 1 «lo
g\j At $3.50, $4.00, $5.00 and $6.00 l^^rS^
LjßHHik. We've got a stock of boys' clothing that's worth your !&*z£w mmM '
while to see; good, honest merchandise, made by specialists ')*!?§& /sUsi
in the Boys' Clothing business; people with whom we are rlffi
. / ».. glad to do business because of their fair and honorable v*ffi&lf>l^P^ap Wur '
It is impossible to describe the patterns we have in stock, 'WB^^^^ff^^Sß •'■'
there's so many, but they're all in gray, blue, brown and
olive mixtures in the heavy cheviots, the smooth velvety s^JKT*> &M •
cassimercs, the hard finished worsteds, the everlasting cor- Jl\t Hmh? '"'■'■■' ■'■■■
duroys or the dependable blue serges, all with knickerbock- FvPlililti^Pjl
er trousers and double-breast coats, many of them with two t"^mM ■■ "^ 't'
pairs of trousers, in ages Bto 17 years. We have the Norfolk .' -^p WvSmA. •': v
suits in ages 5 to 12 years. / "• - l^l yMS
': ,H Within this same range of prices we've a stock of boys' '-l^^m^^^^^^r :i
' overcoats in ages '.', to 14 years that's good to see. " J7^iM9OMnBH "■
These coats just naturally sell themselves; they have . / 'JjmlgWP^^
I^ ; those wide convertible collars and box backs just like the V^jf^af-^^^il^
boys' coats you see in pictures and fashion plates. jfljjtyklpl mMlm^
. You will readily recognize as fair and just the prices you lHr M
find marked on these goods. Mm -^^m Wss
1120-1122 Pacific ay. v Jn
The Central Improvement
league last night appointed Nick
Klovberg, C. P. Green, Dr. Le
Crone, H. G. Williams, C. M.
Phoenix, C. E. Dodge and F. F.
Hopkins a committee to ta"ke up
the port district scheme. They
will meet this afternoon to ar
range a plan of campaign with a
view to swinging the people
around in favor of the idea.
A special campaign will be
made to get the farmers to line
up for the proposition.
SHOOTS WIFE IN
SPKINGFIELO, 111., Oct. 9. —
Cleo Boulander, the French Can
adian, who shot and seriously
wounded Beatrice Beaumont in
the Strand cafe here at 3:4f> yes
terday afternoon and then turned
his revolver on himself, died at
the general hospital at 2:30
o'clock this morning. He never
regained consciousness. While
considerable mystery surrounds
the case It is pretty well establish
ed that the woman was Boulan
ger's estranged wife and that
both formerly lived in Alberta.
lioulaiiKer was 24 years of age
and the woman is two years
younger, handsome and refined tn
appearance. She will recover.
NOW HE'S RICH
PROVIDENCE, R. 1., Oct. 9.—
John C. Heck, bookkeeper in the
Treniont house, has discovered
thnt ho possesses $400,000 in his
own right and that one of his
brothers is a member of the Lon
don stock exchange and London
chamber of commerce, while an
other is a member of the Aus
T.R. BREAKS RULE
MACKINAC CITY, Mich., Oct.
9.—Breaking his rule not to maHe
any speeches from the rear plat
form of his train, Theodore
Koosevelt addressed today the
Factory workers in half a dozen
towns en route here.
SORELY TAKE "SYRUP OF FIGS" IF
HEADACHY, BILIOUS, CONSTIPATED,
Sweetens your stomach, clears your head and thor
oughly cleanses your liver and 30 feet of bowels
of sour bile, foul gases and clogged-up waste.
All those days when you feel
miserable, headachy, bilious and
dull are due to torpid liver and
.sluggish bowels. The days when
your stomach is sour and full of
gas, when you have indigestion;
the nights when your nerves
twitch and you arc rest loss and
can't sleep could be avoided with
a teaspoonful of delicious Syrup
of Figs. Isn't it foolish to be dis
tressed when there is such a pleas
ant way to overcome it?
Give your inactive liver and ten
yards of waste-clogged bowels a
thorough cleansing this time. Put
an end to constipation.
Take a teaspoonful of Syrup of
Figs tonight, sure, and just see
for yourself by morning, how
gently but thoroughly all the sour
bile, undigested fermenting food
THE TACOMA TIMES.
CLEVER ESCAPE FRAM A BAR.
THE PROGRESSIVE PARTY
AND TARIFF-BY RECORD
Hy George L. Record.
While the party platforms this
yr:ir cover many subjects, only
th« tariff, the
irn: ts and. the
new program of
contained in the
platform of the
ty will receive
bill Is an ex
pression of tli»»
attitude of the
on the tariff un
der its present
The d em o-
<.eo. L. Record cratic platform
declares for a tariff for revenue
only and holds that protection is
unconstitutional. Oov. Wilson
and the party leaders leave the
real position of the party in
doubt. Protection is the policy
of keeping out of this country
competing foreign goods. Vree
trade is the policy of permitting
the free entry of such goods.
If protection is a bad thing, it
is only because it obstructs trade,
and the democratic party ought
and clogged up waste matter is
moved on and out of your system
—no nausea — no griping — no
Yoti simply can't have your
liver inactivo and your thirty feet
of bowels constipated with sour,
decaying waste matter and feel
well. The need of a laxative is a
natural neod, but with delicious
Syrup of Fiss you are not drug
ging yourself. Being composed
entirely of luscious figs, senna
and aromatics it cannot Injure.
Ask your druggist for the full
name, "Syrup of Figs and Elixir
of Senna." Refuse, with scorn,
any of the so-called Fig Syrup
Imitations. They are meant to de
ceive you. Look on the label. The
genuine, old reliable, bears the
name, California Fig Syrup Com
EDITOR'S NOTE—This is
the first of a aeries of arti
cles written exclusively for
this newspaper by George L.
Record of New Jersey. For
many years Record has led
the reform movement in
his state as a republican. He
helped to organize the Roose
velt progressive party and is
one of the ablest leaders. He
believes that the cause of
progressivism will best be
served by the election of
Hoosevelt, and in this article
and the ones to follow he
gives his reasons.
to declare that Its object Is to
abolish protection. Instead of
this, Gov. Wilson denounces the
protection in one breath, and then
hastens to reassure the public
that he does not mean free
trade, and that free trade Is im
possible under our system of
raising national revenues.
This is the vital defect of the
democratic tariff position, and
has been for 25 years. Nothing
can be hoped for from a party
whose leaders are either so timid
or so confused in thought as to
assume 'this absurd position.
When Gov. Wilson and the demo
cratic leaders protest that they do
not mean free trade, it is an ad
mission that the protective idea,
reasonably applied, is a good
Consider now the Roosevelt
progressive party tariff program.
We favor the principle of a pro
tective tariff limited to the dif
ference between the cost of pro
duction at home and abroad,
which is chiefly, if not wholly, in
the labor item. Certain interests
have been improperly favored by
the present tariff law, and we fa
vor a substantial and immediate
downward tariff revision.
The method of tariff-making
and of tariff administration
should also be changed. Protec
tion should be allowed only on
the theory that such protection
will serve to keep up the wages
and the standard of living of the
wage worker in the industry pro
totted, with full regard for the
interest of the consumer. No
duty should be permitted to stand
unless the workers receive their
full share of the benefits in the
A jiernianent commission of
non-partisan experts should study
scientifically all phases of tariff
making and of tariff effects, with
authority to examine closely all
correlated subjects, such as what
any duty coßts the people in the
price of living, the wages and
conditions of labor and life of the
workmen in any industry.
This Is a sane, rational and
hopeful program as long as the
national revenue is to be raised
by tariff duties. The almost infi
nite number of facts to be consid
ered in framing a tariff bill are
nowhere accessible, yet are neces
sary to any intelligent action.
Hehind the Roosevelt tariff
program stands the most experi
enced public man of our day, with
a conceded capacity for getting
things done, and with his place
in history depending upon his
ability to do the things which he
promised to do, and backed by a
new and great party, which even
Governor Wilson concedes to be
composed of the flower of the in
telligence and conscience of
TOMORROW — The first
article by Louis D. Brandeis,
i' Minn why HE is for MIL
A $10,000 Oamegle library will
be erected at South Bend.
Roslyn Y. M. C. A. building de
stroyed by fire with $10,000 loss.
Chehalls county fair opened at
Harvey Crawford will arrange
a flight In his aeroplane over the
bay from Tacoma to Seattle.
Vancouver Gas company has
asked the public service commis
sion to be allowed to reduce gas
prides for street lighting. -~;g* j
. Aberdeen % has a - new X $50,00 0
; telephone . building. ¥?%zo'£t£f&
Attorney J. W. Selden, counsel
for 11 public market dealers who
were arrested and convicted be
fore Judge Arntson for failure
to propertly cover their fruit, ex
posed for sale, says ho will ap
peal the case and test the pure
The Crystal Studio, Rupert A
Mr Mi n ii, proprietors. Photo
Itostals while you wait, day or
night, 1018 South X St., Ta
Gen. Leonard Wood looked
over Seattle sites for additional
military grounds yesterday and
will later come ot Tacoma and
inspect grounds here.
Lye hominy fresh every day.
Km iivv.ilds, 813 Mill, near G.
The Commercial club has start
ed a movement to bring represen
tatives of all commercial bodies
in the state here in November to
take up the work of collecting
and arranging the Washington ex
hibit for the Panama exposition
Gat at Argonaut Grill. Best
service in the city.
Arthur and William Kemp have
sued the Hughes lumber company
for $610 damages for killing a
team of horses and injuring a
third horse by negligent handling
of the log drag.
Airtight heaters, $1.50 and up.
Ewing Hardware Co., 1111 C st.
Main 7750. "Advertisement"
Developing and finishing for
amateurs at Rupert & McMinn's
Studio, 1018 South X Rtreet, Tn
Georgia Douglas was arreeted
at Juneau, Alaska, Monday on
an indictment recently returned
by federal grand jury here charge
ing her with taking Anna Raarch
from Tacoma to Alaska for im
moral purposes. She was unable
to give $5,000 bail.
Kupert & Mt-Minn, proprietors
of the Crystal Studio, make 8
specialty of portraits and view
work. Try Hi. in. 1018 South X
CAROLINE NELSON, NOTED
WOMEN SOCIALIST IjECTUR
-118, FROM CALIFORNIA, WILL
GIVE AN ILLUSTRATED LEC
TURE AT EAGLES' HALL, WED
NKSDAY, OCTOUKR », 8 P. M.,
ON. THE INDUSTRIAL CONDI
TION'S IN CALIFORNIA AND
SAN DIEGO FREE SPEECH
FIGHT. ADMISSION 15C.
The actlo nof the last legisla
ture in making Columbus day,
October 12, a legal holiday has
caused the superior court a lot of
trouble and it will have to re
arrange its calendar to suit by
appointing another motion day.
Are Good Fighters
Whether at Work or Play, Endur
ance Conies from Good Diges
tion, Always Assured by
Men and women must " have
quick wit and good grit to stand
the day's battles. A dyspeptic
may get away with his work, but
is always at sword's points with
those around him. A good stom
ach and a good meal well digest
ed puts us in a good, Jolly fight
ing mood, the sort that mows
down work and commands the
hearty co-operation of our associ
ates. The man at the head of a
business who has a good stomach
has behind him a good fighting
force against competition and the
daily mixups that are bound to
take place. In fact, a well organ
ized business is like our digestive
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets as
soon as taken into the system go
: right to work as assistants to the
i stomach, rendering it an im
i mense amount of help in working
i out the very complex processes of
i digestion, encouraging it in the
; performance of its functions, re
> lieving it of a portion of Its dv
• ties, thereby allowing it a tempor
ary respite, and also toning up,
strengthening, revltallzlnlg its
secretory glands, mucous mem
branes, absorbing glands and
muscular walls In such a way that
the stomach soon recovers Us lost
powers of digestion, motllity, as
similation and ultimately does its
work as wetl as ever without
These powerful little tablets
contain In a concentrated form,
every element necessary to di
gest all formg of food, whether
meats, vegetables, cereals, eggs,
fish, etc., and they act equally
well in an acid or an alkaline me
dium. If your stomach is ailing
does not digest as quickly or as
thoroughly as it should, and your
entire system In consequence is
suffering from malnutrition and
mal-asstmilation, you owe it to
yourself to give the abused stom
ach assistance to help it out of its
The solution of your stomach
trouble problem is easy: Oo to
your druggist at once and secure
a package, then take one or two
after each meal 1 or as required,
then note the difference In the
way you feel. AH druggists sell
them. Prlc« 60 eentt. I
Here's An Exact Illustration
of One of
Our $15 O'Coats
A traveler from the East said yesterday: "That
coat looks as good to me as my $65 tailor-made"-—
and they are truly remarkable, such good suits and
overcoats arc fast establishing a supremacy for
Dege's $15 and $18 clothes.
James H. Dege Co.
1110-12-14-16 Pacific ay.
The Good Clothes Store for Men and Boys.
Caille Perfection Gasoline Engines
"The Cheapest Good Engine on the Market"
WM. A. MULLINS ELECTRIC CO., 1014 A st.
FREE FOR 3 DAYS
(As announced in the Saturday Evening Post.)
(a) The one' Standard "Talking Machine" of the world —
' . '.- Columbia Grafonola "Favorite." ?i ■
(b) With a full outfit of double-disc records —26 selections.
- (c) At. the spot cash price, but in $5 payments, with no inter
-. : • est and no- extras. ■ / '- ■',~ .^ , »"
--(d) On 8 . days' free trial—the whole outfit subject to your
acceptance and approval. ",;.
$200 TONE- /h W* f% : :'^\'' CASH OR AT »Z
THE PRICE. ** ** * * A MONTH.
THE PRICE. ' 'P V^V •AVf $3 A MONTH. H-X-
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AND ALL i eh, Hc°k« TpK M o^S^
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Wednesday, Oct. 9,1912:>^,