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PREPARATION: Mt. Morris College, Illinois; Carthasre Col
legre, Illinois: Unlverilty of Mlcliltjran; Northwestern University;
University uf Chicago.
h. li. lIKMtOW. M. A.
CANDIDATE FOR COI.'NTV BUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
PIERCE COUNTY. ON THK PROQKKBBIVK I'AKI'V TICKET.
EXPERIENCE: 14 Yeats Common ami IIIkIi School; 4 Year*
County Sui>ertnt. iHlcnt of i'lerc" County; 1 Years l'resident Uni
versity of Puget Sound.
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PROP. WAIiTKR S. I>.\VIS
UNIVERSITY OK PUQBT SOUND
Progressive Party Nominee for Senator U7th Senatorial District
He has a deep sympathy fur the laboring man and all
who toil and believes In the broadest toleration of opinions
for men of every political and religious faith, lie will cham
pion measures In the Interest of Labor, Education, Morals,
Popular Government and »uch questions of Social Justice as
the Mother's Pension Aid Law.
GEORGE P. FISHBURNE
Hemorrutlf Candidate for I'rnnrvutlny; Atlurarj
Submits the following as Ills platform:
Tills above nil otnem 1 will enforce the law. If you do not like
the law, repeal It.
First- My entire time and attention will be devoted to the duties
of the office to tho exclusion of all outside business — a requirement
exacted of attorneys working for any large business organization.
Second —I will employ only three assistants instead of five. A
Prosecuting Attorney, with three assistants who are always on tho
Job, ran transact the business of (he office.
Third—My deputies will bo chosen because of their ability, hon
esty and efficiency, and not on account of their politics.
I am a graduate In law of the University of ViiKlnln. I nave
practiced law In all the courts of Washington fur seven years: two
years associated with Judge O. O. Kills and Hon. John 1). Fletcher.
I am now associated with A. 11. Denman. As to my ability, I refer
you to the judges and other lawyers of Plerco County.
You choose your lawyer, not on account of his politics, but on ac
count of his honesty, ability and efficiency. Give your county the
John M. Arntson
Non-Partisnn Candidate for
Judge of the Superior Court
General Election, Nov. 5, 1912.
Do not postpone the opening of a savings account simply
because of the gmallnesß of your first deposit. All things, you
know, must have their beginning. The bl« tilings at today were
little things of yesterday—Remember, wo receive deposits as
low as a dollar.
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ERNEST LISTER, the Democratic Candidate for Governor, has had
more practical experience in State affairs than any citizen of this state.
As Chairman of the Board of Audit and Control he was "the busi
; ness man" of the Rogers administration.
* In three and one-half years in this position he saved a quarter of a
million dollars in the operating expenses of the State institutions.
• Writing of the Rogers administration W. H. Paulhamus, President of
the Washington State Senate and late Progressive Candidate for Gover
nor, said: , ;
c , "Rogers was elected by a big majority, and he made the best Gover
nor that Washington ever had." . ..
: ;:. Lister made . the Rogers Administration successful.
,: "Lister is a gentleman, a capable man and will make an excellent
; governor if elected." —William H. White, former Chief Justice of the Su
preme Court, and 1 leading Progressive, in a public speech. r :'
Vote for L!STER-He Is a WINNER!
' . Thls space ' is ' paid ' for by Democratic, Republican • and ' Progressive supporters 'of Ernest' '
i Lister ; for Governor jof I the State of Washington.
YOU'LL FIND IT HERE
$> WKATHKR FORECAST. <$>
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One hundred and live years ago
today Kknli Said Dragoman was
Imii-ii. Kkali possessed an intui
tive n<-niiiH for instruments of
torture and got $3 a day from tliu
Spanish Inspisition for limiting up
new things right out of his head
that would hurt people that the
S. I. didn't rare for. While in a
particularly hellish mood one day,
I i...!i invented the ornament:*!
black walnut parlor table with a
marble top which lias since been
wished onto thousands of help
li-•■- American families.
Oiriiially: Warmer; rain to
Suit brought against J. O.
Thomas, jr., by Mrs. K. Sekore,
to recover $2 87.50 commission
paid for transfer of a piece of
property, on the grounds that the
title was faulty, was decided In
favor of the defendant by Judge
Card, who found the title perfect.
Tho Blue Funnel liner Keemun
is in port here, having completed
nor last voyage, the 17th, in tho
Taconia-I-iverpool service. She
carried a general cargo of 10,00 0
Ad liOiithers, who has lain un
consiious for three days at the
county hospUal, is believed to
have been an employe of the Mil
waukee railroad. His condition
is unchanged and it ts believed
lie will die. Ha ig suffering from
Parole has been granted R. F.
Parklmrst, formerly assistant
oaahier of the First National
hank, Seattle, who was serving
sentence for embezzling ?50,000.
Puget Soninl sfhoolniaslers are
Maine Veteran Says There Is
Nothing Like This Medi
cine fur Itliciiiuatisin.
Stata of Maine.
The C. M. C. Stewart Sulphur Co.,
71 Columbia St., Seattle.
Gentlemen: Inclosed please find
money order for .six $1.00 bottles of
Hulphurro. I think there is nothing
like Sulpliurro. Though I had
Rheumatism so badly I could not
put on my coat without help, Sul
pliurro lias not only cured me, but
has built me up and made a new
man of me. Please send me some
booklets. I can make good use of
them. A. H. ARNOLD.
Bulphurro at all drug stores, in
60-ccnt anil $1.00 bottles. It is the
antidote for Rheumatism.
THE TAGOMA TIMES.
meeting today at the rooms of
the Commercial club and Cham
ber at Commerce.
Frank Miller, aged 80, has
been removed from his cabin on
the reservation to the county hos
pital, where he is suffering from
George Papas, who fought with
Mike Steffins Hallowe'en night,
was fined $25 and costs, and Stef
lins was discharged.
Mrs. Maggie Frederickson, al
leging that she stepped on a loose
plank, injuries sustained result
ing in the death of her unborn
child, is asking $25,000 damages
from the city.
GLASGOW—The labor bureau
here will have to go out of busi
ness If trade does not slacken
soon. At a meeting of the distress
committee it was reported that
they had not enough jobless men
to supply contractors. Usual pro
portion Is six men to on© job.
Desertion were the grounds
upon which Mrs. Julia A. Proctor
obtained a divorce from William
8., and alimony at the rate of
$25 a month.
Nina Tinksley obtained di
vorco, $20 a month alimony, and
the custody of her minor child,
from Milton Tinksley, alleging
failure to provide in her com
LONDON'—One hundred and
forty-six million coins of a cur
rency value of $180,000,000 were
issued by the mint last year. Of
this amount $105,000,000 was In
gold, an increase of $40,000,000
on the average for the past ten
Tho following marriage licenses
were issued yesterday by the
county auditor: D. G. Chilson
and Laurie Alexander, both of
Seattle; Harry Winters of Seattle
and Blanche Winner of Chicago;
Clarence Ostlund and Joe M. Caw
thorne, both of Taeoma; E. L.
Walker of Centralia and Sarah C.
Clement of Portland; Charles H.
Raymond of Kangley and Mabelle
Irene Snyder of Taeoma.
Seattle is curing up 119 stam
mering school children with the
aid of a New York specialist.
BERLIN—On the ground that
the purchase of 4 2 pairs of shoes
on one day proved "mental irre
sponsibility," a Berlin judge or
dered the discharge of Elizabeth
(ioetz, laundress, who had been
convicted of perjury.
PARlS—Thirty cats, kept in
the central customs warehouse to
kill ratß, havo disappeared, the
rats having established an alibi,
and it is now believed that their
cats were stolen and their furs
sold to furriers.
"When buying pork sausage In
sist on Diamond T. C. Brand pure
pork sausage. There is no bet
ter made. Made by Carstens
Packing Co." "Advertisement."
Seattle superior court yesterday
decided that voters who have
changed residence in the last 3 0
days can vote just the same.
Spent bullet from some hun
ter's gun shattered the fork han
dle with whk-li John Foulke was
digging in the garden at Cen
Airtight heaters, $1.50 and up
Kwiug Hardware Co., 1111 C st.
Main 7750. "Advertisement"
George Rol.fe threw a shovel
full of coal into the furnace of
the heatin,g plant in the Turner
block at Ellensburs which evi
dently contlned some blasting
powder and he was knocked
While carrying a gun. Charles
Ives, 12, Centralia, shot himself
through the foot, and Fred Wil
son tried to shoot a lizard while
he held It with his foot and put
the bullet through the foot in
stead of the lizard.
Argonaut Hotel, 1007 Pac. ay.
Cafe and grill In connection.
The question of right or wrong
will be the subject Sunday night,
November 3, at a meeting for the
public to be hold at 110 South
14 th street, at 8 p. m.
New slii|iiin-iit Milwaukee sau
sage. IMK'im jild's. 313 I I ill. near
NOTICE to Inspectors
or Judges in City cif
Tacoma, for General
Election Nov. sth,
Please call at my office In the
County Court House Monday,
November 4th, In the forenoon,
to take oath of office and re
ceive election aupplleß.
W. A. STEWART,
J.P. GOOD ENOUGH
FOR THIS MAN
Howard Wright, Taeoma law
yer, may have sacrificed a seat
on the supreme bench for a
chance to become justice of the
peace in Taeoma.
He was nominated for the su
preme court by the socialists of
With this place to be decided
by a sticker vote, the socialists
with their ironbound organiza
tion would have made a showing
that is not to be made light of.
But Wright withdrew to accept
the nomination for justice here,
and he is now in the race for the
minor place, being the only so
cialist candidate for justice.
Socialists will vote for Brooke
Wright, another socialist lawyer,
for the supreme bench, and if he
should win the justice candidate
will certainly be kicking himself.
N. P. WILLING
10 SELL LAI
The Northern Pacific is willing
to sell the city more waterfront.
And the city may buy and
make a port commission unnec
Mayor Seymour held conference
with Judge Reid yesterday after
noon, and the railway official
ngreed to sell the city the prop
erty north of the present munici
pal dock up to the bend, amount
ing to USD feet for the same price
paid for the present dock site,
$15,0(10 a lot. This would mean
Ever since the city got to do-
Ing business at the present dock
the need for the property up to
the bend has been apparent. With
this the city would also be in
shape to not only care for all the
mosquito fle«t, but would be able
to take care of ocean liners and!
thereby prevent extortionate
dockage rates In the future and
keep an open port here.
If the city gets this property
it would then have 650 feet north
of the bridge and over 700 feet
south of the bridge.
The mayor, before going into
the new project, wants to lease
enough land south of the bridge
to i>ay the interest charges on the
now purchase so the people would
not be taxed anything additional.
One of the largest initiations
ever given by a single lodge in
this city was held last night by
Tacoma lodge No. 435, Loyal Or
der of Moose, at their home on
13th and E sta. A class of near
ly a hundred applicants were ini
tiated, and after the Initiation a
delightful entertainment was
given, consisting of speeches and
The election returns will be
given to the lodge on Tuesday
night by a special wire connect
ed to the hall by the Western
Notice to all Inspectors
and Judges of the
General Election to
Be Held in Pierce
The Auditor's office will be
kept open all night on Novem
ber 6th, and you are hereby re
quested, as soon as the result
of the election In your Pre
cinct Is known, to Immediately
telephone the County Auditor,
at his expense (Telephone Main
6502-K) or bring In person so
tliat the public may know the
results as soon as possible.
Be sure and read carefully all
instructions pertaining to your
duties as set forth In copy of
general election laws furnished
you with the other election sup
W. A. STEWART,
Irrespective of partisan affiliations, the purpose of every thought
ful citizen should be to safeguard the interests of his country by elect
ing to office tried and proved men, whose education, breadth of
vision and insight into the business interests of the country have
been proved. Such a man has been found in the Hon. Stanton War
burton of our city, whose record in Washington, D. C, for untiring
devotion to work and painstaking investigation of public questions
relating to the interests of the entire citizenship of our country irre
spective of party have been such as to make his services for another
A bill introduced by Mr. Warburton at the last session of Con
gress providing that part of the proceeds from the sale of the timber
taken from National Reserves should be applied to the construction of
trails and roads in the National Reserves is now in operation.
He has in addition secured an appropriation for the Mount Ta
coma road and it is of great advantage to this project to have a local
Through the efforts "of Mr. Warburton, the United States Quar
maeter dock has been retained here, despite the recommendation of
the War Department to the contrary.
His proposed bill for the building of great transcontinental high
ways similar to those of Germany and Italy will, if passed, be of ines
timable value to the Northwest. The colleagues of Mr. Warburton
in Congress have written personal testimonials to his steady atten
tion to public business, his marked ability and his talent for hard
work. His knowledge of public men and methods, his place on im
portant committees will make his services doubly valuable as com
pared with an untried man. Our civic pride in the advancement of a
Taeoma man and our appreciation of his services are such that we cor
dially commend him to the consideration of our fellow townsman at
the approaching election. Signed by
W. C. WHKELKB J. H. HYPE MILLIE BALL
J. 8. ELLSWORTH A. MIKROW H B REITZ
FREOKHICK H. MURRAY «. I). GRANT njkim M mrnu-nnn
Gl\ KKIXEY J. I). MOSEK IXAIIh M> *"OCKU °OD
N. O. HEINLEY I>R. C. P. BALABANOFF J- B- KEENER
J. E. BELCHER E. D. HODGE J. J. BATISON
W. H. OPIE R. C. HUBLY FRED J. CHAMHERLAIN
W. W. KEYS JACOB A. FREIDAY WM. 11. MoPERRIN
SENATOR H. H. FATLAND FRANK A MAGILL THOMAS F. RAY
JESNE H. READ MILTON PUNLAP H. G. SOOTT
J. 8. BOGLE FRED T. TAYLOR H. V. ROBERTS
A. M. RICHARDS W. H. BCHARF F. S. SCHMALL
DR. S. M. LE OKOXE ARTHUR REYNOLDM CASSIE HARKINS
DR. H. A. STOTENBUR C. M. GRUMBLING B. LAUDON
S. O. WHITCOMB MRS. C. M. GRUMBLING MRS. GRIFFIN
DR. J. W. CLOES CORA A. COFFIN MRS. STELLA REYNOLDS
Fifty Years Ago.When Golden Wedding Rye Was Young"
There is a Subtle Flavor in Golden Wedding which sets it apart as the
most agreeable of whiskies. It has a satisfying, wholesome effect. If
you have not found this Flavor and this Effect in whiskey, it is because
you have not tasted -•
There is a special reason for But it is the ["genuine is sealed with
the rare quality of Golden Wed- method of mak- U. S. GOVERNMENTS
. ding. \ ing that keeps all STAMP
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whiskey because it is made by mellowness and /j |,
•' its own formula and process. , " mildness in, as it ;fSJBQ|
comes to you.
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lected for Golden Wedding. by the sunshine.
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Saturday, Nov. 2,1912.