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JUST 2 DAYS LEFT OF THE
Friday and Saturday, after that you will find
us,in our new quarters at 1105-7 C st. For
these last two days we offer our stock at cost
to the public, to save expense of moving it and
many, many items below cost. We strongly ad
vise our friends to take advantage of this op
portunity. It's a money saving proposition,
pure and simple, both for you and for us.
HAM. BEARING WRIXGKRS
Guaranteed for one year; This Is below cost. If
reg. $4.50. He- C»O QQ you need a wringer, hero is
moval Sale price . .^LiuU your chance.
>C^rT*g»,^ WHITE KCIIKAM FRUIT JARS
»~~~~**^l3 EXAMKIi 1 quart size, big mouth jar;
gr\ '?Pj> 'IPS Ten. 90c. Ro#»
Sy»' J ■ »SSr AM) Removal Sale 3i)b
'"" L SAUCERS We also have a few Mason
Regular 25c value. 1 1 « i ar"- ln quarts and half gal.
Removal Sale price. . lib sizes to close out at cost.
Cups without 0«» _____«__.____^___
saucers Ub -...„,„
This Is less than cost, of \|^ «.\KI>I \
production. i3_ '": FIELD
——————————— .. . I inest pol-
II lixiill i:\Ki: _____3kCP_H shed ''"'
jJQtnUfß^fM ''ado and
fr» < _ ItaMTOI ilished ash
llTlT>Wß#*^^ £__S_l3 '"dies. ,
''llflm*w ■al*"*aB *i*.;igular 50c
•IlllTT "■ ■■'"■ ll"<1- Removal Oil
•Mil sale price MC
Malleable; rog. 35c. 1Q« Only about 12 of these
Removal Sale price.. IJO left.
it^SlW^S^K||]WgßH Sg Buy on° now and save the
BaSSSu¥jffiftE^tiHH^B^H difference; reg. $1.25.
I^^^sJsWßkjUKJmK _P Removal Sale 70 n
M^^^^ i>i ice iuo
BARGAINS IN THE GROCERY DEPT.
Our famous Coffee special, 4-Ration Fish Balls, 10'^
the kind that has made P.-1 nj worth 35c can for.. I C::Kj
son Bros, famous. On OB« Arm and Hammer Soda,
sale at, a lb £Jb worth 10c Dke C
Snyder's Catsup, worth 25c a t ° rtn lUC pKg> OC
going at IOC "Best" Corn Starch, worth
60c a lb. ideal'" AC n 10c pkg. C_
Ceylon at *rJU going at wO
PAULSON BROS. CO.
The Store for Everybody.
Phone Main 232. 1101-3-5 C St.
(' m WE ; Sp? 1
Ky TRUST VQUTk'
*§885§pi^^ Our Specials
tew for this weeks
• • ranged to
M 15.00 Extension *Q Cfl Stilt
Table •........;...... $di3U , f
I $8.50 Reed '.!?'."" (PQ'7c'>..•••■ »18.50 •' • : *1O Cfl
gßocker-r........ ■^OilU;"','. Dresser «J)ltiJU
Couch ■*.*... r.. .*t^ iv»"» • • •*• •• •*. ."V rVj. •.i .'. ■♦lUi I 9
f4^>^v-7>-MAKE YOUR OWN ' TI.ISMS WITH is •; '
: Tacoma [ Furniture & Outfitting Co.
011-013 C Street.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 10. —
Hundreds of models of fr«ak de
vices to make railroad travel
more safe are being tumbled from
dusty shelves of the interstate
commerce commission, upon the
removal of tbe com'raisslon to its
The Crystal Si.i.li... Rupert A
M, Mum, proprietors. Photo
i~»i;iln while you wait, day or
night, 1018 South X *t., Ta
T. H. Martin will speak to the
conference of national park su
perintendents at Yosemlte valley,
Cal., next week on the necessity
of developing the national parks
and esi>ecially Mount Tacoma.
Eat at Argonaut Grill. Best
service In the city.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 10.—
Nearly 8,003,745,000 gallons of
beer was the world's production
in the year 1910, according to a
report to the state department.
lijre liomlny fresh every day.
Dm. nu.ilils, SVi Ulh, neiir G.
A large delegation of real es
tate men of the Tacoma associa
tion went to Seattle this morning
to assist in the organization of a
state real estate association. It
will have a lobby at the coming
Developing and finishing for
amateurs ut Itupert & McMinn's
Studio, 1018 Booth X street, Ta
WASHINGTON, D. C, Oct. 10.
—The Second and Fourteenth
cavalry regiments, which have
just returned to the United States
from the Philippines, have had to
be entirely remounted because a
disase made it impossible for the
regiments to bring back their
mounts from the islands.
Itupert & McMlnn, proprietors
of the Crystal Studio, make a
speciulty of portraits and view
work. Try them. 1018 South X
There's a cat at the city hall
with 24 toes. City Controller
John F. Meads has adopted it,
that It may not suffer from the
mayor's order to kill all homeless
WASHINGTON, D. C, Oct. 10.
-The revenue Rush, one of the
oldest and at one time the fleet
est vessel In the service, has made
its last cruise and gone to the
marine "junk heap." She was
built at Fort Blakeley, Wash., in
188.", and has been guarding the
Arctic and Alaskan country.
Airtight heaters, $1.50 and up.
Ewing Hardware Co., 1111 C st.
Main 7750. "Advertisement"
A black eye, received at the
close of an argument over a
glass of milk, It is said, has
caused E. J. McDevltt to bring
suit In Justice Evans' court
against the City restaurant for
WASHINGTON, Oct. 10.—The
most widely quoted daily publica
tion In the United States is the
Daily Consular and Trade Re-
ON ACCOUNT OF VOW
UIIKATH FltOM CATAKItII
THKN KK'lt IIKIX>W.
"Sly, Myi What a Mrt-uth! Why
Don't You Have <Jmi-s Cure
If you continually k'hafrk and
spit and there Is a constant drip
ping from the nose Into the
mouth. If you have foul, disgust
ing breath, you have Catarrh and
I i .in cure it.
All you need to do is simply
this: Fill out coupon below.
Don't doubt, don't argue! You
have everything to gain, nothing
to lose by doing as I toll you. I
want no money—Just your name
This coupon Is good for on*
trial package of Gauss' Com
bined Catarrh Cure, mailed fret
In plain package. Simply fill
in your name and address or
dotted llnrs below and mall tc
C. E. GAVSS, 8457 Mum St.
THE TAOOMA TIMES.
By Btllle Bnrke.
Till; FIKBT WORD—NO
one can be healthy who does
It Is Impossible for actresses to
get as much exercise as it Is
necesary during their long and
arduous seasons; consequently, I
have formed a little course of
physical exercises especially for
myself, and they are so adequate
to my needs that I have told them
to many of my friends and now
I am going to tell them to you.
The only principle Involved is
STRKTCHING. Did you eve.
notice a cat dig its claw into the
carpet and stretch after It has
been sleeping? It is waking itself
up—making its muscles under
stand "there is something doing."
The first, thing when you wake
up in the morning, stretch your
lungs by taking long, deep
breaths. I am going on the as
sumption that you sleep with
your windows wide open. Then
stretch your entire body by
throwing your arms up over your
head and seeing how far you can
push your feet down toward the
footboard. Do not do this hast
ily; work slowly until you can
feel the blood tingle to your toes.
Then jumping out of bed, go to
the window and draw three or
four deep breaths, filling your
lungH until they seem ready to
hurst. Hold the air while you
count four, and then let it out
slowly through, the nose. Now
of you, bending back and yawn
ing with your whole might. After
you have done this two or thre<'
times, you may be sure that you
have dislodged any lazy microbe
that may be lurking about in
your system. Then go over to a
doorway and standing with your
back to ft, rise on your tip toes;
throw your arms up and see how
near you can come to reaching
the top of the door. Don't be
afraid, this will not hurt you, as
you are not trying to lift any
When you go to put on your
stockings, push your legs out in
front of you as far as possible.
Work your toes even farther, and
when you clasp your corsets draw
your abdomen up by taking a long
breath until you have stretctied
your bust way out of the corset.
If you find that you cannot do
this easily and sink back with
ease, your corsets are too tight.
Now you are ready for your
"get up." Rise on the balls of
your feet. Take a long breath.
Hold yourself in this position and
raise your arms over your sides,
and still holding your poise by
standing on the Balls of your feet,
walk to your mirror and Btretch
your mouth in a smile!
JUST OXK LAST WORD
You must strt'lch and keep
on stretching. Stretch every
nuißcle In jour body. Stretch
your liimls and your liver.
Stretch your heart, take the
whole wide world into lt«
embrace. Stretch your mind
to its hro.-idrsi. You can
even stretcli a point, if there
by your month stretches in a
port. This federal daily "news
paper" has a circulation of 20,
With $108,110 worth of wheat
as cargo, the British bark Wis
coml) Park Is setting forth for
WASHINGTON, D. C, Oct. 10.
—Private banks and department
stores are planning to establish
their own "money laundries,"
according to Assistant Secretary
of the Treasury Bailey.
George C. Vance, aged 35
years, a brakeman, was killed by
a rolling log at Alder yesterday.
His remains will be brought here
Attorney John Leo has been
appointed by the court to defend
his brother barrister, J. Mat
thew Murray, charged with
grand larceny of $140 from Nick
Pappas, a Greek bootblack. Mur
ray at first demurred yesterday,
butafter a short argument with
the court, consented to a legal
defense other than himself being
(Ily United Press leased Wire)
WILMINGTON, N. C,. Oct. 10.
—With Millie, one of the famou«
negro tlwna, Millie-Chrtatln*,
celebrated throughout the world,
dead here today, the death of the
other win is expected wihin a
The twins, born during slav
ery days, had the same body Wut
two heads and two pairs of jbx
The proposition of the city get
ting a municipal farm and using
prisoners to make fertilizer out
of garbaige, received a boost to
day when A L. Dickens, a prairie
farmer, sent a letter to Mayor
Seymour urging the city to take
steps o deliver ferlltzer to the
The mayor also received a let
ter from a New York concern
which wants to put in a reduc
tion plant and buy the garbage
from the city.
TIDES AT TACOMA FRIDAY
4:62 n. m 10.6 feet
I:J7 a. n «.l fee'
4:02 p. m. 10:9 feet
XO:tl p. m. 1.0 f««t
FIKBT OP THREE SPECIAL AItTK IIS ON BKAUTY
l'licini;i-:i|ili-i sprrinlly posed
for Miss l(urk<> by Miss Prater of
"The Charity Girl" company.
TO KILL TWO
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
PASADENA, Cal., Oct. 10. —
Going suddenly insane, Mrs. E.
L. Small bridge early this morn
ing attempted to kill her son,
aged 20, and her daughter, about
the same age. She went into
the son's room, shot him behind
the ear, fracturing his skull. Her
daughter came running from an
other part of the house, and the
insane woman aimed at her, but
before she could fire, the son
leaped from behind th« bed,
seized the gun, and emptied the
cartridges on the floor. Mrs.
SmallbTldge was arrested. The
son may recover. ::--*.:
YOU FEEL GREAT
A 10 cent box will keep your liver
stomach and bowels clean
Sick headache, biliousness, diz
ziness, coated tongue, foul taste
and foul breath —always trace
them to torpid liver, delayed fer
menting food in the bowels or
sour, gassy stomach.
Poisonous matter clogged in
the intestines, Instead of being
cast out of the system is re-ab
sorbed into the blood. When this
poison reaches the delicate br*" 1"
tissue it causes congestion and
that dull, throbbing, sickcniug
Salts, cathartic pills, oil and
purgative waters force a passage
way for a day or two—yes—bu>
they don't take the poisons out
and have no effect upon the liver
Cascarets immediately cleanse
and regulate the stomach, remove
the sour, undigested and ferment
ing food and foul gases, take the
excess bile from the liver and
carry out of the system all the
constipated waste matter and
poisons In the bowels.
A Cascaret tonight will surely
straighten you out by morning.
They work while you sleep—a 14)
--v ent box from your druggist means
your head clear, stomach sweet
and your liver and bowels clean
and regular for months.
HOW TO MARK
BETTKR COUGH SYRUP
THAN YOU CAN IJUY
A Family Supply, Saving $2
and Fully Guaranteed.
A full pint of cough syrup — as
much as you could buy for $2.50 —
can easily be made at home. You
will find nothing: that takes hold of
an obstinate cough more quickly,
usually ending It Inside of 24 hours.
Excellent, too, for croup, whooping
cough, sore lungs, asthma, hoarse
ness and other throat troubles.
Mix one pint of granulated Bugar
with hi pint of warm water, and
stir for 2 minutes. Put 2\b ounces
of Plnex (fifty cents' worth) In a
pint bottle, then add the Sugar
Syrup. It kiips perfectly. Taki> a
teaspoonful every one, two or three
This Is Just laxative enough fcr
help cure a cough. Also stimulates
the appetittl, which Is usually upset
by a cough. The taste is pleasant.
The effect nf pine and sugar syrup
on the inflamed membranes is well
known. Pinex Is the most valuable
concentrated compound of Norway
white pine extract, rich In gualacol
and all the natural healing pine ele
ments. Other preparations will not
work In this formula.
The Pinex and Sugar Syrup recipe
Is now used by thousands of house
wives throughout the T'nlted States
and Canada. The plan has been Im
itated, but the old successful formu
la has never been equaled.
A guaranty of absolute satisfac
tion, or money promptly refunded,
goes with this recipe. Your drug
gist has Plnex, or will get It for
you. If not. send to The Pinex Co.,
Ft. Wayne, Ind.
on Big Pears
Good for canning, per
box $1.00 !
Yellow Tomatoes, per
Tomatoes, box .40c-60c
All kinds Grapes,
Peaches, box 45c
All kinds of Apples,
60c to 85c
Cabbage, per sack, ,65c
Pumpkin, lb 10% c
Squash, lb 10i/ 2 c
New Yakima Pota
toes, A No. 1, 100
Home grown white
Potatoes, 100 lbs. 65c
Onions, sack 85c
Carrots, sack 75c
Parsnips, sack .. .SI.OO
Reduced price on
chicken wheat, flour
MainlO26. Cor. 13th & D
GROWS BEAUTIFUL, HEAVY HA R,
WE PROVE IT—25 CENT OANDERINE
Destroys dandruff—Stops falling hair—Cleans and;
invigorates your scalp-Delightful dressing.
To be possessed of a head of
heavy, beautiful hair; soft, lus
trous, fluffy, wavy and free from
dandruff la merely a matter of
using a little Danderine.
It Is easy and inexpensive to
have nice, soft hair and lots of
It. Just get a 25 cent bottle of
Knowlton's Danderine now — all
drug stores recommend It—apply
a little as directed and within ten
minutes there will be an appear
ance of abundance; freshness,
fiufflness and an incomparable
gloss and lustre and try as you
will you cannot find a trace of
dandruff or falling hair; but your
real surprise will be after about
No woman will be insulted in this store by
the smirking advances of would-be sleuths.
It is bargains and the "S. & H." Green Stamps
that give McCormack Bros, the center of the
stage. . ... •.
The Grocery Store Sterling Values in
Still Undersells! Women's Underwear
Even though we have In- onri Unoianrl
troduced a profit-sharing ana JlOSieiyi
plan for our. customers we Better than you'll' find
continue to quote real bar- elsewhere because we buy
gains. Here's tomorrow's dlrect from thfi mll gtock
Alb'ers' Panciike Flour— UP now!
Large 25c pkgs. Oflr» Fleece lilncd Shirts or Pants
for C.UC —The shirts with high neck
Minced Clams — Popalls and long sleeves —the pants
brand, 15c cans ' Ifln ankle length; cream ribbed
for IUC garments. 9Rf»
Safety Matches —They light Special fcwli
on the box only, absolutely Wool Ribbed Union Suits —
safe, 10 boxes to the ]>kg. Crochet finish, silk ribbon
10c values C".-, at neck; a $2.25 01 QQ .
for Oil value for IiJO
Boneless Cottage Hams — Gray Wool ltiblx'd Shirts or
About 3 lbs. to the ham; Pants—The pants with knot
special, » ID. waist; a $1.25 04 fin
per lb IOC value. Special ... $ I iUU
Riverside Gloss Starch — Children's Black Cotton
Special, - ORn Hoseln sizes 4 1-2 to C.
4 pkgs. for ... Z.UC 6 only. Speciat, pair. .uU
Kippered Herringln cans; lftc Pr. Women's-Cashmere':
a delicious lunch tld bit Q«» Finish Hose—Gray heels
15c cans for 3C and toes. ■■ - 10' r»
"Rogers" Itird Seed — Full Special I L'i\s
pound packages Qn 85c Women's Heavy Wool
for wlf Hose—Plain or ribbed tops,
Fosfo Raking Powder — linen heels and toes. OQr»
One pound lE<* Special . ... bOG
cans for ........... Iwb Women's Waists—Almost a
"Pride of Erin" Coffee — thousand of them. Beauties
. The coffee that has changed in sbisette, ; flannelette or .
coffee standards in OE<» lingerie. Tailored or low.
Tacoma, per lb .... L\J\j neck styles; $1.50 values. 4
"Wage Earners' Market" Choice 04 A Q
—Second Floor. tomorrow $Ii Ivl
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Ipi] Cut Out This Coupon fen]
Mm Good for 10 "S. & H." Green WJM
JK^ii Stamps FREE (BbSflJ
in addition to all special or extra stamps with a cash purchase
of 23 cents or over.
Good Until October 12th, 1012.
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ffl^ PACIFIC AVENUE AND COMMERCE AT 15™ ST. I
I OUR PLATFORM
I THE SQUARE DEAL
1 We believe that beer drinkers are entitled
1 to the best beer it is possible to produce,
1 and that what Pacific Beer is.
I THE REFERENDUM
I We are pleased to refer you to the people
1 ■ who use Pacific Beer and abide by their de- ?
I cision. ::r;''' :. '■'"■ '■'.. ■■, -*-'
I . THE RECALL ..
V Order a case 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
f coma people ; % "^,: ?:>; r
BEST, EAST OR WEST ;
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1 Turn to the Want Ads[
Thursday, Oct. 10,1912.
two weeks' use, when you wllj
see new hair—fine and downy at,
fir«t—yeß^—but really new hair—i
sprouting out all over your scaln,
—Danderine Is, we believe, tha
only sure hair grower; destroyer
of dandruff and cure for itch?
scalp and it never fails to ston
falling hair at once.
If you want to prove how pret
ty and soft your hair really Ib,
moisten a cloth with a little Daa
derine and carefully draw it:
through your hair—•taking fooe.
small strand at a time. Your halts
will be soft, glossy and beauttfutj
In just a few moments—a delighU!
ful surprise awaits everyone wha
tries this. J