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Thursday, Nov. 7, 1912.
ONE NIGHT, FRIDAY, NOV. 8
Another Cohan & Harris Success
A Laugh Romance of Quick-Fire
Action with Plenty of Suspense
Same Great Company and Pro
"Prices, 50c to $2. Curtain at 8:15
Sunday-Monday, Nov. 10-11
The Messrs. Shubert and Lewis
The Great London Success
With All English Company
"A BUTTERFLY ON THE
The Dramatlo Sensation of This
Prices, $1.50 to 25c.
Seat Sale Saturday. Curtain 8:15.
Mail orders now.
"Brown of Harvard"
PltlCKS—2oc, 30r, 50c.
Barguin Matinee Wednesday and
Saturday—loc mid -~n\
Great Feature Bill!
• GREBN AND PARKER
FIVE OTHER Bit; ACTS
If. Yon, Chines*
Hpjfi\ 1 have been suf
■s(«t£M- '"Ing severely
finA tSsT 11 'rom kidney trou
WB«JCSBtaP Mh an' rheuma
'•■KSmP' tlsm for Iho past
■p y8 3 yrs.. and have
£SjjrJj_^ been doctoring
riWi, »Baßaout relief. After
s***^*trylnis your won
derful remedies. under your
treatment for S weeks, the pain
and soreness have entirely dis
appeared. Tours truly, P. A. Sni
der, 6710 So. Yaklma ay., Tacoma
A wonderful Chinese medicine.
Send to stamp for question blank
in 1148 Pacific ay. Main 5288.
The tnutfmt and flneat daj
SIGHT ROUND miPS DAILY
Leaves Tacoma from Mu
nicipal Dock at 7:00. 9:00. 11:00
it. m.; 1:00. 3:00. 5:00. 7:00
8:00 p. m.
Leave Seattle from Oilman
dock, 7:00. 9:00. 11:00 a. m..
1:00. 3:00. 5:00, 7:00, 9:00 p. m.
mm.i i; r\iti: 33c.
mn mi imi- r.ii,-
A Steamir Every Too Hour*.
I . K. ri in l.i i . \u- hi
Phone Main 3445
A Two Day Sale of Boys* Suits Withs J flfl
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Two Pairs of Trousers and a Coat E"| a y|J
007 of these ppr iAV onJI QATFTRFIAY j^te (i*^§& r--
LSI to BE sold rKUAi and SAIUKDAY <<s|¥ *V>W wjß 0$ fS^i
nfflSbk. You have just two days to partake of this wonderful boys /ylßWw^
AiKwi bargain— two days provided we don't sell them before the fySyW^s*^ 7j^ 4- >»* * if\ Jp < \
J&f&jft time is up—the sale will start Friday morning and will end Zf \lt *l 4f^ *»&*f ' ' I^J^ I-cSMilfwK^
v^B|^jßL Saturday night— but let us repeat there are but 237 of them. /2r : ,^W" .J I *'»^>^"^fi|i .^^kl^P 1
/Hj n^ you have a boy m your family, you know that he'll wear mi^"jf- " * t^S>' %\ r!. *V4^ //"^ 1
out TWO pairs of trousers to every coat—we have provided W f/, '^JtV"- l\[ j ll■.-:>" '"wV lilm
or m's eontmgenc y by getting these two-trouser outfits for /F*lfX\l '^^^^IS^^^^i^^^C^ U
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M^g iKs This lot consists of Norfolk and double breasted suits in splen- i f«\rJk WW
Hill BJSi did woolen materials and mixtures, diagonals, fancy gray and *f** J^tt^^'w^m^^^^ >
ftp brown stripes, light grays and dark grays, full peg trousers W^ii^ 1 w^
1 with belt straps, and full lined, with an EXTRA PAIR WITH J# ™*
ffl^^B^^^y EACH SUIT. The garments are superbly tailored < and fine ■' , ,^^sst^^ J om^±.
KfjK Knii are used. They are for boys 7to 17 years of age. . JBBBw B^H ■ ■
4& md tmgA j These garments come from the same makers, and are identi- * I I | I I
~fl M 1 ca* with those retailed at $5 and $6 where only ONE pair of O'ttl A BHH 1 1 K| i
■^ir:;.^^; trousers are given, but in this TWO DAY SALE, Friday and j^m W JBT Ml (9
W Saturday, take your pick, with TWO pair of Trousers, at m nnnl m — "!
— m^fmm%^> faa^l ' -j-,^'^,,,^"' 1 ..^ai,^:'"^,^ J,^ ■■•• '"^■^'V ''«■■■« ' " TWaaafci laafWß^ S^ZSZZSZSZZZ^SZZ^ZSSIS^ZIIZS:
THE PEOPLES STORE
EDWARD E. HORGAN, President. sHB
PLOT A FAILURE
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
PORTLAND, Ore., Kov. 7. —
Archie Hamilton, a man of five
aliases, is under arrest here to
day for the attempted extortion
of $5,000 from J. Wesley Ladd,
of the Ladd and Tilton bank.
While Ladd was attending a the
ater, a messenger boy waited on
him with a note requesting that
$5,000 in a soailed package, be
given to a man who would call
at the Ladd home a few hours
The note was signed "Enemy"
QUAKE AT BEACH
(Ny United Press tensed Wire.)
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., Nov.
7.—Residents of this city fear a
recurrence of the shocks which
shook Atlamtlc City late yester
day afternoon. Weather Director
Judkins stated that the disturb
ance probably was caused by the
settling of the lowest strata of
the Island's foundation.
FOR TACOMA HOUSEWIVES
Strawberries, XOc box.
Huckleberries, 3 lbs. 25c,
Cantaloupes, 2 for 25c.
Pears, box, $1.00.
Apples, box, firstname.lastname@example.org.
ApplesGravensleln, box, $1.35®
Roast Beef, prime rib, lb. 180200.
Pot Roast, 12>/4((i'lsc.
Boiling Beef, 85ji»10c
T-Bone, 22©25 c.
Round Steak, 18c.
Leg of Lamb, eprlnrr. 20c.
Lamb Chops, shoulder, 15c; loin
and rib, 20c.
Shoulder of Lamb. 12 Vie.
Lamb Stew, lb., 7c.
Roast Pork, 18-20-25 C.
Pork Chops, shoulder, 20c; loin
and rib, 25c.
Veal Konst, lS(!?25c. ■„
Veal Cutlets, 20<<i)25c.
Ham, sliced, 25®30c,
Salt Pork. 15c.
Pork Sausaee, link, 20c; bulk, 15c.
Corned Beef, boneless, 15c
Spring Chickens, 22c.
Spring Ducks, 25c
Halibut. 2 lbs. 25c.
and threatened the destruction of
Ladd's home if he did not follow
out the instructions in the letter.
Then Ladd gammoned Sheriff
Stevens and at the scheduled
time a messenger called with a
return address for a local hotel.
The sheriff and Ladd followed
the boy, who, after leaving an
empty letter at the clerk's desk,
according to Hamilton's instruc
tions, went directly to Hamilton's
room with the package of moaej-.
Sheriff Stevens then arrested
Hamilton, finding the money in
tact on his person.
<$> LOS ANGELES, Cal., Nov. <$■
♦ 7.—Mrs. John C. Tanner la <$■
♦ still in possession of her 2- <£■
♦ year-old son, J. Ross Clark <J>
♦ 111, today following the de- <!>
♦ nial by the district court of ♦
-♦• appeal of a motion to annul •?•
♦ the order of Judge Clarke in ♦
■« the superior court, granting <f
♦ the mother temporary cus- •
•> today of the baby. <?>
.•■ ■ <$■ <& <$> <$><$> <$> $> <$><$> ■$> <$><?><?>
Crabs, $ 1.r.0 2 doz.
Trout, 26c lb.
Black Cod, 2 lb*. 25c,
Rock Cod. 1U«.
Sound Smells. 2 lbs. 250,
Codfish, brick. 2Bc.
Olympla Oysters, $1 qt.
Anchovies, quart, 25c.
Kippered Salmon and Cod, 18c.
Kippered Herring, 18c
Celery, bunch, 5-6-lOc.
Green Corn. 20c.
Cucumberß, 3 for 25c.
Tomatoes, lb., 15c.
Kiiuash, lb., to.
Hell Peppers, lb., 150.
Kgg Plant, lb.. sc.
Globe Onions, 4 for 10c.
Beets, Carrots, Turnips, Onions.
Radishes, all bunch stuff, 3
bunches for sc.
Potatoes, sack, 75'!(93c.
Spinach, lb.. Be
Sweet Potatoes, selected. 8 lbs. 25c
Bermuda onions, 2 lbs. 25c.
BUTTBII, i nil >i: AND . i.i.s
Butter, tub, 35c lb., 3 lbs. $1.00.
Best tub, 37c lb., 3 lbs. $1.05.
Fancy Bricks. 38c
Oregon, Its, 3 lbs. $1.00.
New York, 30c.
Imported Swiss, 40c,
Fresh Ranch, fancy, 50c.
Regular, Eastern, 30c.
THE TACOMA TIMES.
LOUISIANA DIDN'T WANT HER FACE
WASHED—BUT SHE FEELS
Anybody can lead a dirty
faced liltle boy up to a bowl of
water, a cake of soap and a wash
rag, but only a determined moth
er can wash his face.
About the largest job of the
sort yet accomplished was pui
over by Doc Dowling of Shreve
He washed Louisiana's face!
Something like two years ago
the doctor was made chief healln
officer down in that sunny, moist
"If the people won't come to
the health department for obser
vation," the doctor observed, "the
health department will go to the
That was how the "gospel of
healili train" got started. Jesting
citizens called it the "bug train"
or the "microbe cars.' It traveled
over 7,000 miles and visited 236
towns and cities. It was prac
tically the entire state health de
partment, including the chief, be
sides a moving picture outfit and
THE LAW ON LOAN SHARKS
The slat.- law proliihitH ANYBODY from charging ANT
BOOT more than TWELVE I'ER C'K.N T a year mi any kind of
If Tolnian, or Drake, or the "State Security Co.** or any
other loan shark hns attempted to Colled MORE THAN (>\l
I'KK CENT A MONTH from yon. aiuli-r any pretext whatever,
come to the Times office and state your ease.
You need not pity 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
yon at your home or place of business swear out a warrant
Uut above all, REFUSE TO I'AY Till-: INTEREST IF IT
IS MORK THAN TWELVE l'Klt CENT A YKAIt.
THAI'S THK LAW!
a ton or so of health literature.
At each stopping place Dr.
Dowling delivered health lectures,
telling the people that It wasn't
necessary that each should "eat
a peck of dirt, anyhow," and
that if they ate only half a peek
they would live longer and bet
After the lecture the moving
picture machine was started and
the folks saw just what relation
"dirt" is to disease. Then the
doctor and bis assistants made
tlie rounds of slaughter houses,
hotels, restaurants, barber shops,
dairies, stores, butcher shops and
DR. OSCAU DOWUXO, WHO
SCKCHUED THE STATE'S FACE
even home kitchens.
Colored housekepers were
frightened into cleaning up;
business men were clubbed Into
doiii}; Ilio same thing by the doc
tor* potent ultimatum: "CLEAN
UP OR SUIT UP!"
Finally he came to beard the
lion of "profitable uncleanliness"
in Xi>\v Orleans. Here big busi
ness Interests, politicians, law
yers, all the powers that made
New Orleans dirty, combined to
fight the doctor, but he took ad
vantage of the sanitation code,
and when they refused to clean
up he closed their doors with an
The whole state. New Orleans
included, i 8 now like the dirty
taced little boy who was scrubbed
—it feels belter and vows that It
will keep clean hereafter.
AT THE TACOMA
"Officer 666" is the busiest
policeman In the world—and the
funniest. The famous sleuth who
answers the roll call when these
numerals are pronounced, will be
here when Cohan and Harris pre
sent "Officer 666" at the Tacoma
theater, Friday evening. This
farce is, by long odds, the best
entertainment that has b«'n of
fered metropolitan audiences in
many seasons, a fact proved by its
run Of a year in New York and
six months in Chicago.
One of the authors of "A But
terfly On the Wheel," the play
which is based on the subject of
divorce, Is at present a member
of tho Uritißh parliament. He
was formerly an actor on the
American Btage. Then he went
to England and took up playwrlt
lng, later entering politic*. "A
Butterfly On the Wheel" will be
the attraction at the Tacoma
Sunday and Monday.
"Officer cog." the famous farce
that baa kept New York mill Chi
capo keyed up to the altitude rec
ord in the laughing line for B
year, Is one of 4he smartest pl;iys
(Hy United rros§ Leased Wire.)
ABERDEEN, Wash., Nov. 7. —
A two days' battle with the riout
ous waters at the narrow entrance
to Grays Harbor to prevent their
smacks from being overwhelmed
and themselves drowned, is the
experience from which Ed Mnhon,
Guy Hasnuissen and Philander
Jack Lunger are recovering today.
FINDS A HOME
Gertrude Doe, the Infant who
was found In the Olympus hotel
ii year ago, has been adopted by
Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Ooßiatock,
8808 A street. The child wu
brought to the hotel by its
niotlier, who was there several
days, but was found in her room
after she departed. Nothing has
been heard of the woman since?
Socialist.* May Start Paper.
(Hy ''nlted l'ress Leased Wire.)
CHICAGO, Nov. 7. —Encour-
aged by their heavy vote tlirough
out the country, the Boelallcta
plan to start their 1910 presi
dential campaign at once. To«
this end Muhlon Barnes, socialist
campaign manager, said today the
party will establish a newipaper
in California, but as yet no city
lias been decided upon.
* THKATRICAL. <$>
■$ Tacoma — Friday night, <?>
<?> "Officer CCC." Sunday and <$>
♦ Monday niKht, "A Butterfly <$-
# on the Wheel." Coming, ■?>
♦ "The Hound-Up." <?>
♦ I'antages — Vaudevl lie,*
<$• Empress—Vaudeville. •*>
•$> Princess—Stock. <$>
<J> 4> $> 4 >'l i <$>■?■ <J><s> <><I^''? > 4> 4> <?>
that has been produced In Amer
ica In twenty years, and its local
presentation in this city which
its o occur on Friday evening at
the Taconia theater, where but
the one performance will bo
given, is awaited with pleasurable
"A Butterfly on the Wheel,"
which occupied the Thirty-ninth
street theater in New Yolk the
whole of last season, and which
met with equal success when
played in London by Lewis Wal
ler, will have its first present**
tlon in this lily at the Tacoma
Sunday ami Monday. The play
was written by Edward H. Efem
morde and Francis Netlaon, the
Former a kinn's counsel, and both
members of parliament, and has
become widely popular chiefly on
account of the famous trial scene.
.J. ♦ ♦ .$. .$, <»- <4> .£, .i, <$> $, <J> .£, ,|, ,S> ,t.
»> (United Press Leased Wire.) <$>
♦ LONDON, Nov. 7.—Lord ♦
•> Deciei, who married Vivien <•■
• Gould of New York, is out ♦
•• $::0,000 today, the amount •
> sued for by an architect for !■
•> hurry - up improvements <*■
•• made at Befton park just ♦
♦ prior to his marriage to the *
♦ American heiress. Decies •
♦ claimed the charge was ex- <i>
••■ orbltant, but the court ruled ♦
♦ against him. I
'•- (?>•s> ; <$ ' *, <J> <$• <J> <Si & ■ ,5, <$ <?> <$> q.
a Gold Star
John Shock, for 21 years a Ta-
COBM policeman but now retired,
is today the recipient of a gold
star presented by his former de
partment comrades. Shock wore
star No. 1:i on the force for 19
years and the honorary badge
which he now wears is similarly
HIT BY CAR
Struck by a oa.ble cnr at lIHh
and Tacoma avenue, but not badly
injured. Harry Pagni, aged Ift,
w<is removed to his homo, 17S5U
Smith 1) street.
(By I nil.(l IV.-s Li-H-eil Win.)
QUEBEC, Nor. 7.—A dozen
tugß are standing by the Canadian
Northern Royal Mall steamer
Koyal George, which, with 901
passengers on board, grounded oa
the rocks during a heavy fog In
the St. Lawrence river last night.
You Should Have
Seen the Pimples
Hut Xow Her Face Is the Fairest
ol the Fair, Due to Htuart's
Those dimples are like pearls'
in a ruby cluster when Stuart's
Calcium Wafers clear the face of
every pimple, spot and blemish.
And even if you haven't dimples,
ihe clear, transparent skin of a
In althy. Calcium Wafer complex
inn is more radiant than the d»-ft
toucb of an artist to the most ex
(luisile water color.
Stuart's Calcium Wafers act dl
rectly upon the iweat glands of
the skin, since their mission is to
■tlmulata tho excretory ducts.
They do not create perspiration,
hut cause tho skin to breathe out
vigorously, thus transforming
perspiration into ■ gaseous vapor.
The calcium sulphide of which,
these wafers are coin posed, con
sumes the germ poisons in the
sweat gland! and pores, hence
the blood makes a new, smooth
skin in a surprisingly short tlmo.
You will never be ashamed tc
look at yourself In a mirror, one(
you use Stuart's Calcium Wafers,
Nor will your friends give yoy
that hinting look, as much as to
say — for good&MI sake get rid of
There is no longer any excuse
for anyone to have a face disfig
ured with skin eruptions, when It
is bo ensy to get rid of them.
Simply get a box of Stuart's Cal
cium Wafers at any drug store
and take them according to direc
tions. After a few days you will
hardly recognize yourpelf In the
mirror. The change will delight
you Immensely. All blemishes
All druggists (tell Stuart's Cal
cium Wafers at Mi cents a box.