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Thursday, Oct. 10, 1912.
You Just Can't Help Having a
Beautiful Complexion If You
Use Stuart's Calcium Wafers
Pimples! Horrors! And what a
wonderful change when they are
all gone. Most everyone has no-
ticed this. Nowadays, when you
see a real beauty, the chances are
Stuart's Calcium Wafers wrought
that wonderful change. It takes
only a short time, even with very
bad complexions—the kind that
are disfigured with rash, eczema,
boils, blotches and liver spots.
Stuart's Calcium Wafers cause
the skin pores to breathe out im
purities. The lungs burn up a
great amount, but Nature im
poses upon the skin the larger
burden. Every tick of the clock
means work, work, work for these
wonderfuJ Wafers. And every in
stant new skin is forming, impur
ities become less and less, the
pores are re-invigorated, and soon
such a thing as a pimple, black
head or any other eruption is im
possible. You marvel at the
The soft, rosy tint love-taps
the cheeks; the neck, shoulders
and arms show the health of
youthful skin —In fact, you Just
can't help having a beautiful com
plexion if you use Stuart's Calci
They are put up In convenient
form to carry with you, are very
palatable, and are sold by drug
gists everywhere, at 50 cents a
Piano ana vocal culture. Y.
W. C. A. "Advertisement."
Don't forget those great big
salmon, 25c each. 15th and Dock
lA GREAT misfortune!
I We Are Forced to Accept Heavy Fall Shipments I
I Prices Slashed. Store Closed to Rearrange Stock. Watch Windows. Everything Slaughtered I
■ We are positively quitting business in this location, but owing to the fact that we had ordered heavily for the Fall trade and the sudden illness of one of the firm, which caused the New York Outfitting H
■ Co. to consolidate with the Washington Outfitting Co., therefore it was impossible for us at this late date to make any cancellation in our orders, and to our misfortune we have just received a heavy consign- ■
■ ment of Men's and Ladies' Suits and Coats which we are compelled to accept, and in order to dispose of everything at once we will offer some for sale, together with the balance of our stock, regardless of I
■ cost or former selling price, as we quit this location as soon as stock is sold. THIS GREAT SACRIFICE COMMENCES . . H
l_ FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11th I
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I Men's $3.00 (1 AQ $22.50 (Q OP $7.50 ■ (o QC Ladies's3o.oo <MQ QQ Ladies's2o.oo (7 qa fl
■ Hats ........ ........... ...s*-™ Men's Suit ...«pO.OD Plumes ......... #C.uD Suit ... $I«J. OU Coat . $I.OV ■
I $15.00 Men's (C AC $25.00 Suit (11 QC Sil ik ' Si 69 Ladies's37.so (If OQ Ladies' s2s.oo (lAQQ 1
1 .RainCoat .^.^ Men's Suit ... ..\ ... $11,510 values to $5.00 .......... ?I.TO 5uit...!.... $10,551 Coat , $10.0$^ H
I $25.00 Men's - <ti 9QC $30.00 (14 QQ c^ and Sateen PettlCoats- 49c Ladies sso.oo (1 QQC Ladies' s3o.oo (1 QQQ 1
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B : : Silk Waists, $$&! ' ' (1 QQ 5
■ $18.00 . (q AC $32.50 d>i £OQ values to $6.00 '...AV 1.... ...V***'o $15.00 Furs (£ AC Ladies' $40.00 (I£QQ ■
■ Cravenette ....... ...^O,VO Men's Suit ;.......V...... $10.0.7 , / ■ m *&+ -——V cut to ....'.......;.... yV.VO Coat $10,057 ■
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■ .Overcoat .......:... ...... $V»OU Men's Suit : .............. yli.OiJ _. _ Plumes $V.VO RainCoat fV.iJO ■
■ Ladies' $20.00 «., v , ■ (7 QC ; " ■
■ V $25.00 ; . ; (if QC Ladies' Shoes, sizes 2y 2 to 4, no Suit ..;....... . «»F?..:!....... «P • ••'•' Ladies' $15.00 *A QC $20.00 Caracul . (7 QC fl
■ Cravenette %.....;..... : $11 • •*«> worth to $5.00, cut to;:^ ;■...'. •'OC """'./""t'T — Dress ....:.. .•.'.f*.TO Coat .. .V..... .'.^ ••" M
■ — ; : Ladies $22.50 Tailored Blue Serge Suit, ; ■ fl
■ $30.00 ".'<.■■ (1/1 QQ Ladies' s4 Long Kid Gloves, ■(1 QQ Skinner satin ' \\'-"- (Q QQ Ladies's2o.oo (/» or $30.00 Plush ..• (19 QQ ■
■ Cravenette ....:'/....- $l li.Ou all colors, cut to $1.03 lined ../.. .:'.... $U.OV Dress :.«pO,OD Coat $1£.30 V
■ $20.00 : ;-(7"*OC Ladies'slo and $12 Hats, ;rO9 QQ Ladies's2s.oo ;^ v (iA QQ Ladies' $35.00 Evening : 019 QQ $75.00 Pony <C9fi QC I
■ Men's Suit ...:.;V;:.....«P«."«> cut to $O.OV Suit $111.03 Gown yIO.OV Coat .V.............. ...v4y;r?i!B
I Entire Stock Must Be 444g\DA fK IF I Al/Cl Doors Open 9A. M., I
I Sold At Once. I |*fU rMVI l&.: IW #■% M El- Friday, October 11th I
Times Political News of
Tacoma and Pierce Co.
Buckley—E. G. Mills ana county candidates.
Sumner—J. A. Falconer, W. H. Ford.
Fife school—Liorenzo Dow, ii. L. Benbow.
Old Town—J. O. Sorley.
Y. M. C. A. auditorium—Frank Magill, W. H. Keyes.
Soutliside Improvement hall—Tom revelle und county can
Long Branch—County candidates.
I'uyiilliip—E. G. .Mills.
The progressives held a lively
rally at South Tacoma hall Tues
day night with Senator J. A. Fal
coner and J. W. Bryan, candi
dates for congressman-at-large;
E. G. Mills, candidate for attor
ney general, and practically all
the local candidates present to do
Folconer and Mills made vig
orous speeches and seemed to
have the audience in a good
frame of mind. W. H. Reed,
candidate for county -commis
sioner, also made a good speech.
Reed is running in the city dis
trict against J. W. Llbby.
The Voters' Educational asso
ciation of women has arranged
a series of special meetings to be
held at the Y. M. C. A. audi
torium every Friday afternoon
at 2:30 from now until the elec
tion of hear political discussion.
This week the speakers will
be Dr. Nena Jolldan Croake,
candidate for progressive repre
sentative in the 37th district, W.
B. Coffee, democratic candidate
in the same district, and Harry
Phelps, the republican candidate.
Congressional Aspirant at
Large J. W. Bryan of the bull
moose ticket will also speak.
Other candidates or represen
tatives of different political par
ties will speak next week.
The democrats on the county
ticket are bracing up and mak
ing a campaign.
Flytng squads of at least three
candidates have been formed to
go out and beat the bushes for
democratic votes. Flshburne,
Packard, Johns and Jones started
today for Carbonado, Wilkeson
and Buckley to hold meetings.
The progressive county com
mittee 1b still sending out appeals
for funds to the voters In this
county. Every mail brings re
sponses, but more money is need
ed to carry on the campaign, it is
Republican candidates for
county office are meeting at coun-
ty headquarters today to ar
range a schedule for meetings
over the county. It is expected
to start out In the old-time way
with a bunch of candidates go
ing together to hold meetings
all over the county. •
Rev. A. D. Shaw of the East
Congregational church will Sun
day preach on the subject which
is the greater need —more politics
in religion or more religion In
Judge Arntson Is making con-
LATEST MARKET REPORT
FOR TACOMA HOUSEWIVES
Strawberries, 15c box.
Huekleberrleß, 3 lbs. 25c.
CanCiilouiitx. 2 for 26c.
Peaches, box, 65c.
I'ears, box, $1.50.
Apple., box, 75r<i?t1.25.
Apples—Uravenstein, $1.50 box.
Roast Beef, prime rib, Ib. 18@20c.
Pot Roast, ifUOlto.
Bollliis lici.f, h--,i iv.-.
Porterhouse. 25©28 c.
Round Steak, 18c.
Leg of Lamb, spring, 20c.
Lamb Chops, shoulder, 15c; loin
and rib, 20c.
Shoulder of Lamb, 12 He
Lamb Stew, lb., 7c.
Roast Pork. 20-22-2BC.
Pork Chops, shoulder* 20c; loin
and rtb, 25c.
Veal Roast, 18® 25c.
Veal Cutlets, 20(g'25c.
Ham, Blloed, 25® 30c.
Salt Pork, 15c.
Pork SauFape, link, 15c; bulk, 18c.
Corned Beef, boneless, 15c.
Spring Chickens, 25c.
Spring Ducks, £sc.
THE TACbMA" TIMES.
siderable headway, according to
reports in the second judiciary
contest. Arntson was fourth man
in the race In the first contest,
and his friends say he Is getting
stronger and will probably lead
the ticket in the finals.
At the democratic dinner yes
terday Ernest Lister took occa
sion to hammer both the progres
sive and republican candidates
for governor. He said Hodge was
not gubernatorial timber at all,
and that Hay was utterly Incom
petent, as was shown by his ad
ministration, which has been the
most extravagant in the state's
history. Ernest insisted the oi/y
hope was to vote for Judge Black
—if the court says he is eligible
—and in case he IB not, then to
vote for Ernest Lister, whom he
was willing to trust to run the
state as she should be run.
PLAOBD OX TBIAIj.
Sarah Levy of Aberdeen was
placed on trial in federal court
today on a charge of making a
false return in a bankruptcy
case. It is averred she closed
up her milinery store at Aber
deen and ewnt into bankruptcy,
but that before doing so shipped
several hundred dollars worth of
the best goods away, later taking
possession of them.
Halibut. 2 lbs. 25c. ;
Crabs, $1.50® 2 doz.
Trout, 250 lb.
Black Cod, 2 lbs. 25c.
Rock Cod. 15c.
Sound Smelts, 2 lbs. 26c.
Codfish, brick, 25c.
Olympla Oysters, $1 qt.
Anchovies, quart, 25c.
Kippered Salmon and Cod, ISO.
Kippered Herring, 180- j
Celery, bunch, 5-6-lOc
Green Corn, 20c.
Cucumbers, doz., 20c.
Tomatoes, 2 lbs. for 16c.
Squash, lb., 2c.
Ucll Peppers, lb., 10c. * ,'
XXX Plant, lb., sc.
Uiobe Onions, 5 lbs. 10c.
Beets, Carrots, Turnips, Onions,
Radishes, all bunch stuff, S
bunches for sc.
Cabbage, 6 10c.
Potatoes, sack, 80c.
Spinach, lb., Be.
Swfci Potatoes, selected, 8 lbs. 25c.
BUTTER. CHBE9K AND BOGS '
Butter, tub, 36c lb., 3 lbs. $1.00.
Best tub, 37c lb., 3 lbs. (1.05.
Fancy Bricks. 38c.
Oregon, 35c, 3 lbs. $1.00. ,
■ ClieeM ' .
Wisconsin, 20c. 5 ...j
New York, 30c. . : . '
Imported Swiss, 40u.
'■•"*■■ '••■ . Cits;*.
Fresh Ranch, fancy, 4Ec.
Regular. Eastern, 30c - . -
I TACOMA-Coming, "The Old Homestead."
EMPRESS-Vaudeville, daily matinee and
evening performances. "The Waltz Dream,"
head-liner this week.
PANTAGES—Vaudeville, daily matinee and
evening performances. "Six American Beau
ties," the feature this week.
Wm. Ijawronce as "Josh AVhit
c«nilie" in "The Old Homestead."
OXFOR, England. Oct. 10.—
Ttie prince of Wales bei?an his
nniversity career today, when he
went into residence at Magdalen
college. He will study at Oxford
for 12 months and during that
period he will, so far as possible,
live the life of an ordinary fresh
man. His apartments have been
thoroughly overhauled and re
"The Old Homestead," which
comes to the Tacoma Sunday,
will always rank among the
great plays of the American
stage, even after it has ceased to
be presented and lingers only in
memory. It has no plot, no high
flown dialogue, no rolling periods
—these are all lacking. What It
successfully purports to be is a
character study, with plenty of
light and shade; intrigue is
wanting, but in its place is an ex
quisite representation of honest
motives. The present is the
twenty-seventh season of Denman
Thompson's famous play.
The stage setting for the three
acts of "Pomander Walk," which
comes to the Tacoma noxt Mon
day, is a row of five quaint cot
tages, to which the author has
given the name of "Poamnder
Walk." Among the Interesting
inhabitants of the cottages, four
love matches are progressing sim
ultaneously, and In the last act
of the pretty play, the author
pulls the strings, and all are hap
pily consummated by marriage.
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Time it! In just five minutes there will be no Indi
gestion, Sourness, Heartburn, Gas or Dyspepsia.
Do some foods you eat bit back
—taste good, but work badly; fer
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MOM a sick, sour, gassy stom
ach? Now, Mr. or Mrs. Dyspeptic
jot this down: Pape's Diupepsin
digests everything, leaving noth
ing to sour and upset you. No
difference how badly jour stom
ach is disordered you get happy
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pleases you most is that it
strengthens and regulates your
stomach so you can eat your fa
vorite foods without fear.
Most remedies give you relief
sometimes—they are slow, but not
General Leonard Wood Is ex
pected In Tacoma today to un
dertake the task of looking over
the prairie around American lake
with a view to recommending a
purchase of some 1,500 acres for
government maneuver grounds
and a permanent sfle for mobiliz
ing an army.
If this movement should be
consummated It would mean that
Tacoma would be headquarters
for the army on the Pacific 1
coast, and In case of trouble
would be the point for the mobi
lization of troops. The Bite In
view is near the Nlsqually be
tween Americau lake and the
As the result of the investiga
tion by Col. George Uell, jr., of
the U. S. army here last week, it
is believed by local business men
that a government purchasing
agent will be located in Tacoma
to deal with Tacoma firms in
buying supplies for the govern
Heretofore all bids made had
to be' sent to Seattle, and often
local firms were given no chanre
to rompetP. This made supplies
cost more. If the local govern
ment agent is sent here It will
stimulate business with the gov
ernment and cause a cut in prices.
<lUM) BURNED T<> DEATH.
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Oct. 10.
— Harold Tilibett, 2-year-old son
of James Tilibett, was burned to
death here today. The baby, feel
ing cold, went to an open gas
grate seeking warfiith. Its cloth
ing caught fire
sure. DiHpopHln is quick, positive
and puts your stomach in a
healthy condition so the misery
won't come back.
You feel different as soon as
Oiapopsin comes in contact with
the stomach—distress just van
ishes—your stomach gets sweet,
no gases, no belching, no eructa
tions of undi^i'sloci food, your
head clears and you feel fine.
Put an end to stomach trouble
by getting a large fifty-cent case
of Pape's Diapopsin from any drug
store. You realize In five minutes
how needless it is to suffer from
indigestion, dyspepsia or any stom
K. Tan, CtlMil '
Btcdlela* Caw f i'-
■ HB I have been au(- -
Vs&k;l ferine severely
■XMA from kidney trou
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«H IQr tlim for the put
VHE3IB I yrs., and have
HWk^ been doctoring
Hout relief. After
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treatment for I weeks, the pats
and soreness have entirely dis
appeared. Toura truly, P. A. Sni
der, 6710 So. Yaklma ay., Taooma.
A wonderful Chinese medicine.
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I3ecause we use only
the best materials
We do not try to do the
work bo cheaply that
wo have to hurry
Wo operate but three
chairs. Therefore we
know at all times just
what work is In progress.
Wo have no hired operator*
to contend with.
Every man in the office
Is a stockholder in
Our prices arc the same
For you on your dental work.
AT ANY I'HICE.
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Over Vlrges Drug Store.