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HOW TO MARK YOUR BALLOT!
Mr Voter, make no mistake when you mark your ballot TorWrtay.
When you enter the polling place you will be handed a ballot 1» inches wide and nearly a yard
At the top are the constitutional amendments. First is the amendment to allow county offi
cers more than two terms, uecond is the recall, third the initiative and referendum, fourth Is the
amendment necessary for adoption to make the initiative and referendum effective.
Following the amendments will come the question of the port district.
And then will follow the six tickets, republican, democrat, socialist, socialist labor, prohibi
tion and progressive in order. The prngreKAive ticket will be on the extreme right of tl»e ballot.
To vote a straight progressive ticket simply make a cross In the circle at the top.
If you wish to vote for some one candidate on any other ticket simply make a cross after the
name to bo voted for. That votes for the name and cancels the other.
In case you vote for a legislator on another ticket where there are two candidates, then you
must make a cross after the name of the one progressive and the one democrat, socialist or re
publican In the name district you wish to vote for. The same applies to justice and constable.
On the Judiciary ballot make a cross after the names of both Card and Chapman and then after
two In the column where there are four judicial candidates.
On the ■upreme court Judicial ticket write In the name of the third judge you desire to vote
for or paßte on a sticker, which will be available. The candidates will be John F. Main, Seattle;
W. W. Black, Everett; Brooke Wright, Tacoma.
This will finish the voting. Fold the ballot, hand It to the judße and the Job will be over.
Below is the progressive ticket ua It will appear on the official ballot. Beside it are the van-
For the proposed amendment to
«.<-11..u into 17) of article elev
(■ (XI of the Constitution, re
moi fa* the prohibition ihhlumi
county officers, except county
treasurer, holding office for more
than two i.mi. Vote Yea...( >
Vor the proposed amendment to
artlcl* our (1) of the Constitu
tion by n.i.in, thereto at the end
of wild article one (I) tiro new
•ertlonH to be numbered sections
88 and 34 of Mild article one (1)
authorizing and providing for the
recall and discharge of aar elect
ive public officer and election of
hla mirrrnor .Vote Yea.... ( )
For the proposed oniendiuent of
■ecllon 1 or article II of the Coo
Do not postpone the opening of a savings account slmp'y
because of the smallness of your first deposit/ All things, you
know, must have their beginning. The big things of today were
little things of yesterday—Remember, we receive deposits aa
low as a dollar.
4 o/o BANKERS TRUST CO. BANK 4 o/o
BANKKRS TRI'ST BUILDING, TACOMA, WASH.
NOTHING TO WATCH
BUT THE CLOCK
Mohr Has It
1141-1143 C St. 1142-1144 Commerce St.
■tltutlon of the State of Wnshlnß
ton, relating* to legislative pow
ers and providing 'or the Initia
tive and referendum. Vote
Yea ( )
For the proposed amendment of ar
ticle II of the Constitution of the
State of Washington, by striking
section 81 therefrom* which re—
latee to the) time when lam take
effect. Vote Yes ( )
Shall the Commissioner!! of Pierce
County, Washington, establish a
Port district to be known as the
Port of Tacoma.' and co-extcnslve
with the limits of Pierce County?
"PORT OF TACOMA. YE5"....( )
"PORT OF TAOOMA, N0"....( )
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS "'
(VOTE FOR SEVEN)
HELEN J. SCOTT ( )
OEOUGE H. WALKER ( j
AUSTIN MIKKB ( )
FHKD J. MEINIKE ( )
WILLIAM J. BIUOAR ( )
0. ALFRED HAYNES ( )
DONALD URQUHART ( )
(VOTE FOR TWO)
J. W. BRYAN ( )
J. A. FALCONER ( )
Representative la Congress
B. WAKUURTON ( )
ROBERT T. HODGE ( )
Lieut en nnt-Governor
GOVNOR TEATS ( )
Secretory of Stute
W. H. FORD ( )
ARTHUR S. CORY ( )
ANDREW E. MOBERQ ( )
E. O. MILLS ( )
Commissioner of Public I.mi.l*
W. H. KAUFMAN < )
Superintendent of Public Instruc
C. E. BEACH ( )
1. W. COLLINS ( )
State Senator— District
W. D. COTTER ( )
State Representatives—Sßth District
(VOTE) FOR TWO)
A.-M. BRYANT ( )
FRANK SWEET ( )
State Representatives—S6th District
(VOTE FOR TWO)
LORENZO DOW ( )
DIX H. ROWLAND ;( )
ELI P. NORTON ( )
• State Senator— District
WALTER B. DAVIS ( )
(VOTE FOR TWO)
N. JOLIDON CROAK E ( )
O. J. EKRE ( )
•State Senator2Bth District
WILUURN FAIRCHILD ( )
(VOTE FOR TWO)
M. O. HERBER ( )
DANIEL B. GILKEY ( )
(VOTE FOR TWO)
A. J. GILLBO ( )
O. J. LANGFORD ( )
R. W. JAMIESON ( )
ROBT. E. McFARLANIJ ( )
J. L. WADSWOHTH ( )
Coanty Treasurer .. ■
LOUIS LANGLOW ( )
Conntr Prosecuting Attorney
LORENZO DO W (' )
County Assessor -
C. A. COOK ( )
County , Superintendent of Common
L. L. BENBOW < )
M. ROY THOMPSON ( .)
LLEWELLYN B. ASHTON ... . ( )
''.-, ('"■■lf ComraUaloner
For Second Dlatrtc*
W. H. REED ( )
■ For Third District
OEO. H. SMITH ...- ( )
• . > Justices of the Peace - . .
. (TACOMA PRECINCT)
(VOTE FOR THREE)
FRANK A. MAiIILL ( )
CHARLES L. WESTCOTT ... . < >
C. O. QUNDERSON .j. < >
- "... - • tVastablea -- ■•' ■■
(TACOMA PRECINCT) . .
' (VOTE FOR THREE)
EDMUND MORTON ;....".<.;>
FR ED W. WARD . ; < ■ }
N. H. RODBEIDE ... 7 -.(-■>
' Beat sale ;. tomorrow for • that
funny play "Officer > 666," Taco
ma theater. "Adertlaement"
THE TACOMA TIMES.
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<$> SOME SAFE ELECTION BETS. <$>
■••• 1,000 to 1 that Roosevelt polls more votes in Arizona <§>
♦ than the prohibition candidate. " <!>
<$■ 10,000 to 1 that Wilson gets more votes in Cambridge, <$>
<3> Mass., than Debs. 9
<«> 100,000 to 1 that Taft is not hurrying to Cincinnati to <$>
♦ vote for Rosendore Theovelt. <§>
<«> 1,000,000 to 1 that Roosevelt, if elected, won't kidnap <$>
■•• Penrose for his cabinet. *
«> 10,000,000 that if Wileon sweeps California Hiram John- <£
<•' son will wish he had come home. <$>
<$> Uncounted millions to one that the winning candidate's <$
<$> campaign manager, after the votes are counted, will chirp, "I <§•
<§> told you so." <$>
YOU'LL FIND IT HERE
John Mini was fined $10 anil
costs for disfiguring his son's
countenance by means of a chair.
To investigate the commission
form of government, W. H. Keary
of New Westminster, B. C, was
in the city jeeterday.
The meeting of the Woman's
Missionary society which was to
have been held at 2 o'clock to
morrow afternoon with Mrs. J.
Osmund, 801 North J streetj has
been postponed till Thursday aft
Women may accompany mem
bers of the Commercial club to
night to get election returns at
tin club rooms.
"The Growing Power of So
cialism" was the subject of an
interesting and well attended lec
ture by E. Quibble of London, at
On the allegations that his wife
was addicted to liquor use, Leon
ard Casson was granted a divorce
from May Belle Cusson by Judge
M. L. Clifford.
New shipment Milwaukee sau
sage. Duenwald's, 313 I Id", near
f7 "Ai!v i■r) i >:i ■ 111. ■n I "
Asking that he might have an
attorney, James McVey, a sol
dier charged with forgery, has
again caused a delay in the case,
which the police think is weak.
Andrew Holland, 43, is recov
ering from a broken leg in the
county hospital today, the mem
ber having been injured when he
fell from a bridge Into the swamp
at the end of Pacific avenue last
Crossing C street at about 30
miles an hour, a wagon follow
ing the cable car tracks, with
out horse or driver, amused th<;
crowd last night.
The civil service commission
haß decided the discharge of S. W.
Gyer, former assistant plumbing
inspector far the city, was justi
fied on the grounds of incompe
tency and Insubordination.
Not only will Mrs. Sarah Armour
be called upon to explain the al
leged killing of two pet ducks
belonging to Mrs. G. T. Herber,
a neighbor, but to tell why she hit
the Herber son with a rake,
which is also alleged.
Rudolph Heltzman, 64, and
Mary J. Marshall, 67, were grant
ed a marriage license yesterday.
Both are from Ortlng.
John Huntington not having
enough money in the bank to pay
his men, his contract for the ex
teslon of Jefferson street has bc«n
John T. Casey, candidate for
superior judge in Seattle, has
sued Rev. A. A. Leonard, Metho
dist minister, for $25,00 damagaai
because the latter sent out circu
lars against him because he Is a
The following marriage licenses
were issued yesterday: Mike Iko
and Mandalina Cuzmanlch, both
of Carbonado; a. W. Allen of
Olympla and Emma Armstrong of
Livingston, Mont.; .John O. Kougb
of Puyelhip and Clara C. Ferch of
Grand Rapids, Mich.; M. Yasul
of Hood River, Ore., and Snisuyo
Mlyaka of Japan; M. Katayma of
Hood River, Ore., and Matsuyo
Boda of Japan; T. Owada of San-
Turkish prisoners wounded In
the battle with Montenegrins
near Podgorltza being marched
from the battlefield to the town
ta Cruz, Ca., and N. Kikuyo of
.Inpan; Charles A. Chenoweth and
Marie Franklin, both of Lakeview,
Wash.; James Devin and Mamie
A. Cohett, both of Tacoma; N.
Ogata of Los Angeles and Kiwa
Matsuoka of Japan; Felix Crane
;ind Jennie Contreras, both of Se
attle; H. Kawasaki of Fife, Wash,
and Rikuye Takunaga of Japan.
Not too soon. Get your photos
made now. They make the finest
Xmas presents. Frank J. Lee,
oor. Jeff, and Pacific, has no
agents to annoy you or pay for.
One price to all. Phone Main 2259
Principal Luther of Queen
Anne Hii*h school at Seattle,
broke up "Loud Sox Day" by
sending all lurid shod youngsters
Airtight heaters, $1.50 and up.
Ewing Hardware Co., 1111 C St.
Main 7750. "Advertisement"
Daniel McGillicuddy, lumber
company manager of Aberdeen,
called with his auto and took
Miss Sarah Thomas, daughter of
a wealthy jeweler for a ride,
which turned into an elopement.
Argonaut Hotel, 1007 Pac. ay.
Cafe iiml grill in connection.
Supreme court reversed the
King county court which found
in favor of the Jovita Heights
company in a lawsuit.
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If you are a sufferer from piles
instant relief is yours for the ask
ing, and a speedy, permanent cure
The Pyramid Drug Co., 403
Pyramid Bldg., Marshall, Mich.,
will send you free, In a plain
wrapper, a trial package of Pyra
mid Pile Cure, the wonderful sure
and certain cure for the tortures
of this dread disease. Thousands
have already taken advantage of
this offer, thousands know for
the first time in years what it is
to be free from the pains, the
itching, the awful agony of piles.
Pyramid Pile Cure relieves the
pain and itching immediately. The
inflammation goes down, the
swelling is reduced and soon the
disease is gone absolutely.
No matter how desperate you
think your case is, write in today
for the free trial treatment. Then,
when you have used it in the pri
vacy of your own home and found
out for yourself how efficacious
it Is you can get the full-size pack
age at any drug store for 50 cents.
Every day you suffer after read-
Ing this notice you suffer need
lessly. Simply fill out free cou
pon and mail today.
FREE PACKAGE COUPON
PYRAMID DRUG COMPANY,
*03 Pyramid Bldg., Marshall,
Mich. Kindly send me a sample
of Pyramid Pile Cure, lat once
by mall, FREE, In plain wrap
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ST. LOUIS, Mo., Not. 5.
—Itarluirit Arnold, an 18
--year-old nurse girl in the
family of Rev. William \\ iM
lamson, confessed here today
that she set fire to the Ber
lin hotel in this city last Fri
day to "create excitement."
Two women and one man
perished in the flames, which
caused a property loss of
hundreds of thousands of
CONSTANTINOPLE, Nov. 10.
—The Turkish steamer Chonlee
sank In the Black sea today and
hep crew and forty passengers
perished. It is supposed the
< 'hauler struck a mine.
SOLID VOTE FOR
HODGE, SAYS HE
"Hodge will get an almost
solid vote in this precinct," said
an election official from the
Eighth ward, fifth precinct, at
noon today over the telephone.
"Out of 55 votes cast up until
11 o'clock, at least 40 were for
Hodge. Everybody was talking
'Hodge.' He was strong with the
SOFIA, Nov. s.—The Bulgar
ians are in possession of the Turk
ish town of Dercos, and have cut
off the water supply of Constanti
nople. The Bulgarians also have
surrounded a large Turkish force
between Tchorlu and Tchatalja.
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Third Floor r CtOrmaCKDrOS' Third Floor
Furniture & Notions Drugs Wood and Coal
WOODBURY'S Ryner Malstrom Griffin Transfer Co.
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For the lowest prices on Malstrom's Cough Cure Is the The Best In Wood and Coal.
HEATING STOVES Guaranteed Remedy.
Blankets and Comforts t , « , f extra !! t? lnpi 1 .? 11 eaCh bOt' 193° 80. C. Phone Main 589.
So. Tacoma, tie If you brine this coupon. 1120 So. 11th. Phone Main 404
So. Tacoma. Phones: Main 365, Main 366 1120 So. 11th. Phone Main 404
Drugs Dye Works Millinery
South Tacoma Drug Co. Destiny Dye Works THK atest in miiainep.x
J. A. Dagrue. Fred A. Ludwigr. All kinds of cleaning and dye- AT EACH SEASON
Proprietors. ing; work guaranteed. Double Watch Our Spring Arrivals
Wholesale and Retail Druggists. Stamps last Wednesday of each
Cor. 54th and Union. So. Tacoma. month TITTIXi'Ti'T TTD 'a
Phones: Main 7304-3363. „, _ gQ UTH on* WHEELER S
010 BU. II 111 HT, _
Night Phones. Main 8135-8684 Phones: Main 3440, Main 2377 937 c Street
Fuel Meat and Groceries Groceries
<!._.„. Tnnl t*n Only the best handled, guar- Fancy and Staple Groceries
Dd.vage £ uei \jQ. anteed. The only meat mar- PUREST OP GOODS
Building Material and Transfer ket down town glvln« "S&H." BEST OF SERVICE
Work- Enterprise Market ***& fj la K nder
Phones: Main 2390. Main 5702 1140 So . D st . phone Maln 6007
Cloaks & Suits * Groceries
YOU MUST _ _ _ General Line Staple Groceries.
Make your bow to our Cloaks I urn Ift I-lia Fruits. Etc.
and Suits. The style is there, 1 lini 10 1116 '
the fit is perfect and the price m ~ Model Grocery
th 9 wheeler's Want Ad Page Phone M^nm2
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H ROCK OF GIBRALTER Si
For sixteen years, through rain or shine, in fair weather or foul,
through panic and prosperity, the Sperry & Hutchinson Co. has fulfilled
every promise made. Every "S.&H." Green Stamp has been redeemed
and every one will be redeemed with the richest and best premiums on
earth. -• -. . •■.-"•■"-,
YOUR STAMP BOOK IS A BANK BOOK, and every stamp is
the same as a certified Government Bond.
Have you seen the new premiums just received? Shipments have
just arrived of Cut Glass, Furniture, Electric Portables, Dolls and
Brass Goods. Come in today and inspect them. . ; :
Bring us your Soap Wrappers, Tobacco Tags, Coupons, 'I Labels,
Trade Marks and particularly your Hamilton Coupons. We "l will, give
you stamps for them. v . ;
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A good Steel Range, 000 00 J'~
specially priced . ..SO£iUU
On terms of $5.00 month if Iron Beds, $7.59 04 7C
desired. values. Special .... y^i I J
$6.00 Reed 99 7R $16.50 Extension »4(% QC
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911-018 C Street
Tuesday, Nov. 5, 1912.