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"Saturday, Nov. 2, 1912.
Real Estate Transfers
262qc Lillian V Mott to Lllllo
A Parker L 19 to 22 B 3 Lake
284 Otto Scoff to Jim Dennett
L 8 II 28 Manto Pk 10
265 Isaac M Perry & wf to Eva
fa McClelland 75 ft wd lying
ill.in; line L 1 to 3 li 1 Knox
nd Fuy 10
267 P W Peterson to Margaret
Peterson L 7 sec 32-21-1 w.. 1
268 V 8 Shepard to Frank Berg
mann & wl L 9 to 11 Green
acres In n2 nw 19-22-2 .... 000
27a Jno Rundquist & wf to C M
Mitchell & wf 2 a In ne ay
278qc Jno Horn & wf to Tac E
X R Co 50 ft over se bo 20
279 T P Jacobs to Edw P Lund
strom L 17-18 B 8726 TLC
6 ad 10
286 Elmer C Jaoobson to Frank
Betchard timber cxc down
fall cedar on s2 se 2-17-2....1600
285 Frank Allyn Jr & wf to Cora
A Woodbury L 23 B 3 Mar ay
fac sites 10
292 R A McCormack & wf to
Hattie B Cleveland L 6 B 3
Viaduct 1 ad 10
293 Hattie B Cleveland to liobt
Llßbet same prop ' 10
295 Emmet Powel & wf to Jno
Korshln n2 nw ne 12-21-lw 10
298 Elizabeth P & G J Langford
to Laura M Smith L 7 to 11
B 7 Illllcreßt ad 1
302Q0 E P Bewail W C Berg
strom & Claire S Carter to
Kami R Wilkeson L 6-7 B 20
HUlcrest ad 10
Mrs. Keyes discovered a IMg
black bear In her yard in Spokane
Rent your vacant nnn.se tnrongn
n Times Want Ad. Only lc ■
word. Phone Main 18. •••
N. L. LOVEALL
Favors First Aid Amendment
Act lo Workingmeu'e Compen
sation Act and Increasing the
amounts paid, and paying them
quicker. Present rates should
If elected 1 pledge my efforts
to the support of progressive
measures in the interests of my
Ours is first class
optical work. We
prove it, always.
Hayes Optical Co.
18 yrs. in Tacoma.
Four Big Yards
Main Office 930 C st.
Tel. Main 589
\^*H|^__Jl ■ To Those Interested: I will state that
jtKßfcl- 's^BSlSfeak. * came to Tacoma from Portland four
jrß|K£3R*^§jhKkV years ago where I had been under treat-
VN l^*sflHp>A mnnt for stomach and bowel trouble by
/fXjR waiS&m H*§OEm four different doctors and osteopaths. I
Ml ffy^*T?*i?^rgl had been an Invalid two years and wag
JH IP ft ''■"' able to walk when I went to Dr.
■sttHßß^V^ff ■■*^HMSa Miii y and took two months' treatment.
Hr 4 ■ 't^B There ha* not been a day since I took Dr.
B MRM?* , ■■'roal Ml" < treatment that I could not do a
BBWMJIiiJSSiiW day's work and I am glad of th« oppor-
MWH^MJiljip^Wp^lgf^Wf tunlty to recommend his treatment.
Wto*. t: Sincerely, P. D. BOCHAItD.
■ Hr^H » TivFern i"". Wn.. Oct. 19. 1912.
H R^H'SV-iT'^i^ Ogtllathlc Specialist and' Bloodless Bur-
Wei&l^^KMMmMSmmi/ geon. with experienced medical and «ur
\m ■PL»*^/j3Br Klcal specialists assisting:. We make a
WBiHHAf^ specialty of eye. ear, stomach, skin, blood,
IssMlli )'»> > I / kidneys and bladder, also Appendicitis,
■IM mskm3 Wv llhriiinulUm, Goitre, Catarrh Dropalcal,
V bRPa Tuberrular Had Aen«mla eaadilluas.
V B^SS «*'S.X genitourinary diseases, prostatjc ail-
WssSsaHM^^) ments, and all weaknesses, chronlo and
■H«^a^^Siaf *JbW nervous disorders. • ,
1' 'ifk^kV Laily nttomlaiit for women.
l^StmpfZiWJfr; irajflsß Finest optical g-oods at right prices. "'
I 'JSSMSStmm. > JISH OK INTEHKST TO. MBS — Bear in
.^..^SljiSH^wß ■ mind I am the oldest established men's
ll't^^KWiSffimwSwM m specialist In Tacoma, with, the belt
j B sai#i^(S«SSs.a 1 I equipment on the Coast. There is a r«a
-bS^/P^w^Sbl Sr 'son why we do the larsast metis prac-
BBti&w9Sv tlce ln the ''Uy-
M BMJsT^Sy^^asM Es^ HOURS—O a. in. in 8 p. m. Sundays
■■UHHtlflHr from JO do 12. COI\fBUL,TATIUN FREIB,
■Ju> :,-. i .-. ,7 •"-,.-: 12l!»'4 Paplfle iiv.. next door to National
|*£ ■•;.: ;-; .; ; ; Bank of Commerce, , : ■ ;..-
SAX I>IKGO, f'al., Nov. 2.
—Although acquitted hy a,
jury on a charge of murder
in- Catherine Toliver, wife
of Inventor V. 11. Toliver,
Hubert G. Lewis remained
Im hind prison bars today.
District Attorney Utley de
clared thut Lewis must alno
bo tried for the. murder of
llni woman's husband. Both
were killed by Lewis on the
night of May S3.
FLED WITH BARON
(By United Press leased Wire.)
NEW YORK, Nov. 2. —Charg-
ing that his wife traveled
throughout Europe in company
with a German baron, stopping at
hotels in Genoa, Rome and Na
ples, J. Howard Ford, a well
known capitalist and club man,
is today seeking a divorce here
from Mrs. Ford, who is at pres
ent in Silay, Philippine islands.
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
NOIIFOLK, Va., No. 2.—As a
result of an explosion in the toil
er room of the battleship Ver
mont, six persons were scalded,
two probably fatally, hero today.
Hart of the boiler burst, filling the
engine room with steam and giv
ing the victims no chance of es
AIMED AT POLICE
PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. 2. —
Portland is today voting on the
proposition to remove the police
department from civil service, and
to grant tho Northwestern Elec
tric Power company a franchise
in the city. A number of lesser
Issues are also to be decided by
LOCAL DEATH itKCOUU
Friday— Jatnei Suminorvilio, aj;c
C 5. 822 Mouth A st. Coroner ■never
ordered the remains removed to
L. M. Gaffneys.
llrninlnn of Ml«« Drew Removed
The remains of Miss Orace Drew,
a school teacher who died several
days ago, were sent to Seattle yes
terday by the C. O. Lynn company.
M. B. Ilnekney
Friday—M. B. Hackney, ngod 34.
Remains wen- removed to the Hns
ka-Buckley-Xinjr company*! from
whero they will be ■•nt to Post
7.. Gfnrxr HnnKrninbe
Thursday—Z. Oaorsra Hanscombp,
age 00. Remains will be sent to
the home of a sister in Minneapo
lis by lloska-Buckley-Kinir com
Mm. Abla-al Maun
Friday—Mrs. Abl«al Mann, a**
•6, 1030 44th st. n<>jn:iinß were
removed to Hoska-Buckley-KinK
company's pending completion or
Funeral of i „ m. !„,
l'uneral servli-es for Colpman
Divine were hold this nftrrnoon
from Hoska-Buuklpy-Klnc's chapel
at 1 o clock and from St. L.oo's
church a half hour later. Inter
ment in Calvary cemetery.
•TIIIES AT TACOMA SUNDAY
.'mo- Height •
,J : " a- m 2.5 eet
™-\\ P- m 11.3 feet
7:22 p. m 7.4 feet
10:40 P- "i 8.1 feet
Tinns AT TACOMA MONDAY
r me- Height.
B:20 a m 3.4 feet
»;«» P. m 11.3 feet
7:35 p. m 6.0 feet
LATEST MARKET REPORT
FOR TACOMA HOUSEWIVES
Strawberries, HOc box.
Huckleberries, 3 lbs. 25c
Cantaloupes, 2 for 25c.
Pears, box, $1.50.
Oranges, 30 60c
Lemons, 30c. •
Cncoanuts, 10c. '.
Apples, Vox, email@example.com.
Apples—Gravensteln, box, (1.35
Roast Beef, prime rib, lb. 18 020 c.
Pot Roast, 12V4@16c.
Boiling Beef, »®loc
Porterhouse, 26@28c ' '
Round Steak, 18c.
Leg of Lamb, spring, 20c
Lamb Chops, shoulder, 15c: loin
and rib, 20c.
Shoulder of Lamb, 12Ho.
Lamb Stew, lb., 7c.
An error in lost night's
Tinn's made it appear dial
the women of Tacomit clubs
had constructed the new con
tagious hospital lor (lie city
which is now noirinj; com
pletion and which when done
will he dedicated with a
public reception. The city
built the hospital, but it ask
ed the clubwomen to take
charge of the reception,
which in fact was Mlggeated
by the clubwomen them
The women have always
done much to assist the city
as well M.Other hospitals in
sew i iik garments to bo worn
by the patients. They have
taken great interest in the
new city hospital which
some of them hope in time
will be expanded into a great
municipal hospital for all
classes of patients. It has
been entirely erected, how
ever, by the city administra
tion out of money raised by
taxation. The hospital will
be one of tile most up-to-date
ones in (his section for con-
TO Dr. Edwin Janes, city
health officer, the Monday
Civic ••lab and other women's
orj>'»iiixiii:oiiK of (lie city
have turned over all credit
for the building of the new
Mrs, Horace O. Scott said
today hut Dr. Janes linil en
gineered the project from the
start and was responsible for
not only the first pliins but
for their being carried out.
About the only cbrince the city
has to collect any of the $20,000
in unpaid local Improvement dis
trict ■iintrnitnti where the bonds
have been retired is whore the
owner of the property wants to
sell it and is willing to pay up
to have the title cleared. The
city cannot by law enforce tlic
On the affidavit of Margaret
Oothary, one of the jurors who
found Tom O'Mallcy guilty of an
attempt to rob the National
Hanlc of Commerce, who says she
was under a misapprehension
that she must find the man
guilty because she believed he
had taken intoxicants voluntar
ily, the sentence imposed has
been rescinded. Miss Nelda Jae
ger, attorney for the defendant,
has asked for another trial.
PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. 2. —
Because he waived preliminary
examination, Fred Henry of New
port, who s,hot and killed George
Dodd at Corvallis 'lecause of al
leged alienation of his wife's af
fections by Dodd, is being held
here today on a charge of mur
der in the first degree.
GENERAL LEA DIES
OCEAN PARK, Cal., Nov. 2.—
General Homer Lea, who is givrn
much credit for the succors of the
Chines© revolution, is doad here
today after a long illness. Lea
returned from China several
months ago, his health shattered
as a result of the arduous work of
Roast Pork, 18-20-25 c.
Pork Chops, shoulder, 20c: loin
and rib, 2Sc.
Veal Roast. 18@25c
V«al Cutlets, 20@260.
Ham, sliced. 25<2>30a
Salt Pork. 16c.
Pork Sausase, link, 20c; bulk, IBe
Bacon. 18©ssc. ■ .
Corned Beef, boneless, 15a
Spring Chickens, 22c.
Spring Ducks, 25a
Halibut. 2 lbs. 25c.
Crabs. t1.50@2 doz.
Trout, 26c lb.
Salmon, 16c. ' .
Black Cod, 2 lbs. 850.
Rock Cud. 16c.
Sound Smelts, 2 lbs. 250,
Codfish, brick, 26c.
Olytnpla Oysters, $1 qt.
Anchovies, quart, 25c.
Kippered Salmon an* Cod, ISO.
Kippered Herring. 18a.
Celery, bunch, ii-U-100.
Green Corn, 20c.
Cucumbers, 8 for 2Sc.
Tomatoes, lb., 10c
.Squash, lb., 2c.
Bell Peppers, lb., 15c. '
Kit Plant, lb., sc.
Globe Onions, 4 for 10c. •
Beet*, Carrots, Turnips, Onio%s.
Radishes, all bunch stuM; f
bunches for sc. .
Cabbage. 6® 10c. ■ •
Potatoes, sack, 78®95c
Spinach, lb., 60. ■
Sweet Potatoes, selected. I lbs. 26c
111ITTKJR, CHBBBB AND EGOS
Butter, tub, 35c lb., 1 lbs. $1.00. -
Best tub. »7o lb., 8 lbs. 11.08,
fancy Bricks, 38a. ■ • i '■
Washington, 38c. ,-''
Oregon. 85c. 8 lbs. ll.»0.
Wisconsin, 20c . ■
New York, Mo. 'I'' 1'"
Imported Swiss, 40c ;VS>r
Roquet SOc. ■
■ . ■ " • • K«sT*>
Fresh Ranch, fanqy, 50&
Regular, •; Eastern, SOc, ■ •/
THE TACOMA TIMES
THEY WED AND THEN WENT
TO WAR TOGETHER
LUCILLE HARPENDIXQ. ALEXANDER I'AVELLAS.
When Alexander Pavellas, edi
tor and prominent member of the
San Francisco Greek colony, left
for the Balkan battle line last
week to avenge the death ot a
brother killed in a former war
with the Turks and to help liber
ate his people from the barbari
ties of the Ottoman, Miss Lucille
Hfcrpendlng, poet and playwright
of Fruitvale, who became his wife
a few days before his departure
for the front, went with him to
spend her honeymoon on the bat
tlefleld. She will be a Red Cross
auric, as are so many other wives
of Greek sorvists.
The daughter of a Civil war
veteran, Miss Harpending didn't
burst into tears or swoon when
her lover told her that he must
answer the call of his country.
"I will go with you," she aald
almost gaily. "I havo been so
anxious all my life to see a real
. THE LAW ON LOAN SHARKS
The state law prohibits ANYBODY from charging ANY
BODY more than TWELVE PEK CENT ■ year on any kind of
If Tolnian, or Drake, or the "Slate Security Co." or any
other loan slunk has attempted to collect MORE THAN ONE
PER CENT A MONTH from you under any pretext whatever,
come to the Times office mid state your case.
Yon mid not pay one cent of interest if such an attempt
at extortion has been made.
No matter what the sharks tell you; if they try to annoy
you at your home or place of business, swear out a warrant
Hut above all. RKFUBK TO PAY THK INTEREST IF IT
IS MORE THAN TWELVE PER CENT A VEAU.
THAT'S THE LAW!
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battle, and now I will have a
"We can spend our honeymoon
between lights. That will lie bet
ter than mot tier's- slie was left
at home alone when daddy went
marching ol'f to war In '•!."
Miss Hkrpendlng is 21 years
old and has achieved an enviable
reputation as a writer. Pavellas
is well known throughout the
west as the editor of the Greek
TWO ARE KILLED
(Ry I'niteil PfMH 1-ensed Wlre.l
CRASS VAlilrßY, Cal., Nov. 2.
—As a result of an explosion of
atiiimtilatfd gas in the small
workings of tho Brunswick mine,
two miners are dead today and
two others seriously injured.
Times Political News of
Tacoma and Pierce Co.
Announcing a list of vice presi
dents taking in about all the real
exclusive aristocracy of Tacoma,
but remarkable for the absence
of the horny-handpd eons of toll,
the republican i-oiumittee will to
night wiud up the campaign for
Taft and Hay with a meeting in
the Tacoma theater addressed by
Senator Wesley Jones.
One of the 'livest wires on the
progressive ticket of *he state
when it comes to campaigning is
C. E. Heach, candidate for
school superintendent. Beach
has been deluging Tacoma voters
with a lot of convincing litera
ture the past week.
The biggest prohibition meeting
of the campaign was held at the
University of Puget Sound last
night when 100 voters listened to
N. A. Thompson, A. K. Crim, El
lensburg, and M. R. Ely and A.
F. Sargeant of Tacoma.
Seattle democrats came over en
masse last evening to make Taco
ma think the whole world is go-
Ing for Krnest Ltatw for governor
and induce republicans and bull
moose voters to abandon their
The uncertainties of autumn
weather have caused an epidemic
|of Influenza and Coryza accord-
I ing to the Health Department.
It especially affects persons of
advanced age and men and wom
en whoso constitutions had pre
viously been weakened.
It is known by lassitude, shlv
erlnga, weight. In the head, snooz
ing, watery eves, obstruction of
nostrils, followed by cough,
hoarseness and sore throat, pains
and soreness of limbs, fever, loss
It is not when the body Is hot,
Imt when it is cooling that It is
Dr. TT'iimphroys' "Seventy
seven" preoccupies the system,
prevents and breaks up the Cold.
All Druggists 2. r>c or mailed.
Humphreys' Homoo. Medicine Co.,
Cor, William and Ann Streets, New
New Thought Lecture
Of Lomlan, England.
"HOW TO GAIN
XMHH Mu-ic Iliill
2:M So. SMMM Aye.
Sunday, Xov. 3, 8 P. M.
candidates and line up for Lister.
There were 79 Seattle men In the
party. They paraded the streets
with a brass band, then had
speaking at 12th and Pacific ave
nue, Judge Ronald and Goodman
With a brass band to get a
crowd Grant Dentler and repun
lican county candidates held a po
litical rally at Steilacoom last
Wilson leads in the employes
of the l:nlon depot in Tacoma. A
straw vote taken yesterday, show
ed the fr,Uowlns: Wilson, 33;
Roosevelt, 24; Taft, 20; Debs, 3.
South Tacoma women are get
ting stirred up over the prosecu
tor's fight and are lining up for
Dow. A meeting has been ar
ranged for Monday afli'rnoon for
women who will meet at 5308
South Fife, street at 2 o'clock to
be addressed by Dow and possi
bly some other progressive candi
A progressive meeting for wom
en will be held Monday afternoon
at 2:30 o'clock at the home of
Mrs. Sniythe, 4ii:J(j South X street,
to be addressed by Will Ki-ert,
Frank Magill and R. \V r. Janile
IC. M. KARTKHDAY ■
.Tudgo Superior Court i
Candidate for Ite-Kloc-Hon
"Jt is universally conceded hy
all who know him well that
Judge Kasterday Is a man of
the purest private life, of un
questionable honesty and in
tegrity, of the most kindly dis
position, learned and fair
minded and one of the ablest,
most juat and best judges in
"We submit to the voters of
Pierce County that no reason
lias been advanced, or exists,
for discharging such a judge,
other than the personal ambi
tion of less experienced and
less competent aspirants for the
O. J. I-iKltn
Progressive Nominee for
I promise to work and vote for
good sound i*rogre»nl% l.i'itiMlu
I in specially Interested In the
enactment of tiie following legis
For a law authorizing counties
to issue abstract of titles,
For establishing stato (m em
For curtailing Hie power of the
rules committee of the House.
For continuation of the build-
Inn: of ii good highway system.
For the protection and safe
guarding of the interests of
working men and women.
First aid to injured workman
and public employment bureaus.
Minimum wage law for women
Hi-forms In tho handling of
prisoners, giving them work to
perform, not conflicting; with free
labor and crediting them with a
certain remuneration to be paid
them on their release or to their
I was born In 1870 and came to
Tacoma from Minnesota in 1890.
In 1902 I attended the Puget
Bound Business College, taking ,-i
special course in Commercial
I have made two trips to Ku
rope and when there made a spe
cial study of economic and Labor
conditions and the laws in rela
'J'lm knowledge thus r-.iliio.i
would be of material nlil In my
leriilatlva work If elected.
Tin' laot t<>n yvars I liavc been
a li.-avy Taxpayer and have re
elded with my fumily ut 1111 Ctli
W. Yon, Chines*
IlyifpSlTl ' havo been suf
wSJ?l£r-l. ferti g severely
1»8l1I »!*• *4I from ki'lrr-y trou-
W&^SSj&t tie and rhouma-
Xagr^ly tlsm for the past
8 yr«.» and have
J^Si^L brcn doctorlnK
d^Kik'"_flDU n"l relief. After
—t:!"'™trylns your won
derful remedies, tinder your
treatment for 3 weeks, the pain
and soreness have entirely dis
appeared. Tours truly. P. A. Sni
der, 5710 So. Yaklma air., Tacoma.
I A wonderful Chinese medicine.
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