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[Trlday, Nov. 15, 1912.
THE CUB LEAVE IT TO CYCLONE TO FIGHT HIS n "UAD"
O\^V-7V/IT REPORTER WEIGHT IN BULL DOGS. " Oj flUf
PHONE GIRL BLIND
ATLANTIC ClTY.—Miss Ethel
HlHnor, 17 years old, hello girl
In the Bell Telephone central was
stricken totally blind while seated
at her swithchboard answering
Invite visitors to their es
apart from motives of
sale and purchase and
solely with reference to
viewing the notable col
lection of artistic mer
chandise on exhibition.
014 Pacific Are.
IF YOU APPIU3CIATE
QUALITY FKUIT YOU
Will. TAKE I'll Eli;
HIVING AT OUR
STORES. OUR AIM
IS TO HAVE BETTER
QUALITY THAN IS
(OF COURSE BELLING
FOB CASH OUR
PRICKS ARE LOWEST).
ARE NO EXCEPTION.
Tokay Grapes, the finest of
the season. Special 80c a
bosket. Extra large and
New York Concord Grapes,
22 1.2 c per basket. No
phone orders, none deliv
ered; on sale at C st. store
Turkish Melons, 25c, 30c &
83c. Something new, very
Valencia Oranges. 3 doz. 23c.
They are small but they
last. Sweet for the next
Extra Fancy Roman Beauty
Apples, in prime condition
for eating. Special price
91.85 a box.. We got
11.75 and $2.00 for this
grade last year.
Baldwins, very fine, $1.05
Good local Cooking Apples
in properly packed boxes
from 75c up.
10 lbs. Sweet Potatoes 25c.
Fancy Tomatoes, 10c Ib.
Cucumbers, Head Lettuce.
Products of our sunlit kitch
en, ■ made by experts—
25c Angel Cake 19c.
Mocha Cake 50c.
Devils' Food Cake 35c.
15c Genoa Cake 12c.
Nut Loaf, Pecan and White
Mt. Loaf 25c.
Wreath Coffee Cake, 12c ea.
10c Home Made Loaf 7 l-2c
3 doz. those Cookies 25c.
Mince Meat of quality 15c lb.
-Better buy this, you will
want more for Thanksgiv
ing. " .
Chicken Pies, 10c each.
Roast Beef, Pork, Veal.
Mexican Cream Penocho 30c
Turkish Cream Penoche, 80c
a lb. ,
Taffy, 3 kinds. 15c a lb.
Peanut . Bar or Brittle, 15c
Cocoanut Brittle, 15c a lb.
50c quality Chocolates, 85c
' alb. :.• .., . ;:; •■. -
3 pkgs. gum 10c.
032 O Street. «n- : '
2510 North Proctor.
. '. — Proctor 57»!
So. Taeoma Store,
«405 So. Union. Madison 108.,
- South 12th and K.
•:;i ;a' Tel. Main 004
V, . 802 : Division Lane
■■-'.' Main 8709
.;l "WE SK&Ii TUH BEST
-T-; FOR CASH FOR LESS" A
CUSHMAN REFUSES NEW
TRIAL TO COAL MEN
Judge Cushman In federal
court last evening refused C. E.
Houston of Seattle and John H.
Mullock of Portland and San
Francisco new trials in their big
coal fraud cases.
This decision of the court came
after climax had followed climax
in the exposure by the govern
ment of an alleged attempt of
Houston's friends or attorneys to
use undue Influence to get jury
men who convicted the men to
swear falsely to try to get a new
Samuel Milleson and John Bo-
Kart had made affidavits that they
had made a mistake In the ver
dict of guilty. Later the rest of
the jurors came in with affidavits
charging Milleson's affidavit ut
terly false and stating that he
had told them he was to be paid
by Major Bates, attorney ror
Houston, to make the affidavit.
Yesterday afternoon Senator
Piles tried to straighten things
out. He took a new tack and
declared that in view of the whole
proceeding it waa plain that
Milleson is utterly crazy. There
fore he demanded a new trial for
Houston because he had been con
victed by a jury on which there
was a craby man, he said
Then Piles launched into a de
nunciation of Bailiff Brotton who
LISTER GAINS IN
The final official count on gov
ernor In Pierce county added 58
to the Lister lead over Hay, the
figures aa completed standing:
Lister, 10,724; Hay, 6,972. Rep
resentative O. D. McQuesten, re
SEATTLE, Nov. 15. — Com
merce on Puget Sound for Octo
ber, 1912, shows an increase of
150 per cent over last year. Ships
visiting Sound ports number 394,
of which 223 were American ana
the total value of all imports
reaches 15,300,700, while the ex
ports are valued at JG,109,477.
Of th© Imports $3,575,115 came
from Japan, and of exports $2,
--160,300 went to British Colum
I VITAL STATISTICS *
CoddlnMoii, Sarah, today at 10:30
a. m, from Hoska-Buckley-Klng's
chapel. Interment, Tacotna ceme
Braggon, George, today at 2 p. m.
from Gaffney's chapel, the Rev.
Mitchelmore officiating. Interment
Madinon, John, tomorrow at 10:30
from Hoska-Buckley-King's chapel.
Interment, Tacoma cemetery.
I.rr-Otr*— P. H. Lee and Menda
Olee, both of TaoNroa.
Hylcr-Jone^^W. C. Hyler and
Nettle Jones, both of Tacoma.
< Hnuan-llurlhiirl— W. Cllngan
and Edna Hurlburt, both of Seattle.
Peterson, Mary, from John C. Ha
bitual drunkenness, cruelty, failure
to provide. Custody of three chil
dren to wife.
l'erklnn, Nellie W., from B. V.
Custody of children tot wife. Ali
mony, $10 a month.
SruN, Kilo, from Eumer. Cruelty
and statutory offense. Plaintiff re
sumes name of Ella Mchegan.
T^ MAIUXK f
' Str. Luzon Maru, purchased for
Oriental trade, will load wheat here.
Str. Manshu Maru, Doming for
Liner Panama Maru, arriving
with passengers and silk.
Str. Awa Maru, arriving to load
wheat and flour.
J)kc Melanopc, awaiting cargo at
' Hr. str. Harpalyce shifts to Seat
tle to complete cargo of wheat.
St. schr. Bee left port for Los
Angeles with lumber.
Str. Admiral Sampson arrives to
day from Alaska. ■ •
Norwegian str. August will load
wheat for United Kingdom. .>.
Str. H lion Inn loading general
freight for Hawaiian Islands.
Tai'oraa continues to lead all
Pacific ports in commerce. For
eign commerce for October here
amounted to $5,067,693, a gain
over September of $1,870,205.
Tacoma leads Seattle by $655,998.
(By United Prfw leased Wire.)
NEW YORK, Nov. 18. —Miss
Blossom Seeley. the actress wtto
came into prominence with Rune
Marquard, wag requested today
to «lye up her rooms At the Ho
told of the conversations with
Milleson which apparently reflect
ed on Major Bates, and launched
into eulogies of Bates.
After his speech Judge Cusn
man said he believed the men
were guilty of collusive conduct
to bunko Uncle Sam on coal bids
and he refused a new trial.
J. J. McCafferty made a plea
for Bullock but Bullock too was
refused any further chance.
It will now be up to Houston
and Bullock to either accept sen
tence or appeal to tho circuit
cour of appeals at San Francisco.
The penalty may be $10,000
fine or two years in prison or
Special Prosecutor Townsend
was at the federal building this
morning but no action was taKen
Indicating whether the matter
will be further probed or what
will be done.
The defendants, Houtson am*
Bullock, will be back la court
Monday when the court will take
up the matter of sentence. Sena
tor Piles will make a motion in
arrest of judgment and sentence
may be deferred some tliuo.
Meanwhile preparations are t>e
ing made by the defense to go to
the court of appeals, and probably
then to the supreme court which
will delay the case for probably
publican, still has hopes of beat
ing out his bull moose rivals,
Bryant and Sweet, as an error
yesterday gave him five more
votes and brought him within IS
votes of election.
(By United Press I,ensed Wire.)
ROCHESTER, N. V.. Nov. 14.
—All Indications pointed today
to the re-election of Samuel
tiompers as president of the
American Federation of Labor,
despite efforts of the socialistic
element to sweep him from of
fice. Friends of Gompers claim
ed he would have a plurality of
100 over his opponents.
Although the socialistic have
not perfected their plans, It seem
ed certain today that Duncan Mc-
Donald, an Illinois mine worker,
would bo named to oppose Gom
The fight of the American
Federation on the Industrial
Workers of th© World was open
ed on the floor of the conven
tion this aftreuoon by the intro
duction of a resolution by Paul
Scahrrenberg of San Francisco.
It pledged the federation to a
campaign of education for un
skilled laborers of the country
and declared unskilled workers
"have been falsely led to believe
that the federation Is mainly in
terested in the further advance
ment of the crafts already or
Bcharreuberg'g resolution di
rects the executive committee to
begin the organization of un
skilled workers at once. The
convention is expected to ap
prove the resolution. If it does,
It means that the federation will
go after the unskilled workers
In the steel mills, where the I.
W. VV. is particularly strong.
IF CONSTIPATED, HEADACHY,
No odds how bad your liver,
stomach or bowels; how much
your heed aches; how miserable
and uncomfortable you are from
constipation, indigestion, bilious
ness and sluggish Intestines —you
always get the desired results with
. Glean your stomach, liver and
bowels tonight; end the headache,
biliousness, dizziness, nervousness,
•ick, sour, gamy stomach, baak
jute^ 10 CfNT BOXtS-ANY D«U« STORE . ' iitf^*
SHE TACOMA TIMES.
WERE SENT HOME
$• The Commissioner Mills <$>
•' means business In the en- <$>
•> forcement of the new cur- <S>
>«• few ordinance is becoming <$>
♦ apparent to parents as <S>
<$> scores of boys and girls are <$>
♦ now being sent home every <$>
& night. One officer reported <$>
<?> 28 under IS years of age <$>
•■?> sent home last night. <$>
<?> All undesirable places will <$>
<$> be watcthed carefully and <?>
♦ youngsters under the age <$>
■*> limit will he sent home <s>
♦ when found. <$>
TO WAGE WAR ON
THE I. W. W.'S
(ISy United Tress I^enscd AVire.)
ROCHESTER. N. V., Nov. 15.
— Plans to, organize unskilled la
borers and to conduct a determ
ined fight on the Industrial Work
ers of the World, occupied the at
tention today of the various com
mittees an dofficera of the Amer
ican Federation of Labor in an
nual convention. A strong ef
fort Will be made to recruit from
the ranks of the unskilled work
ers in the big steel mills, wnere
the Industrialists ara particularly
PRINCETON, N. J., Nov. 15.—
Governor Woodrow Wilson of
New Jersey, the president-elect,
will leave this afternoon for New
York, where tonight he is to at
tend a banquet of the Princeton
class of 1879.
FEARS A DEFEAT
ROCHESTER, ft. V., Nov. 15.
—"I fear that home rule for Ire
land will again be defeated," said
James Seddon, labor member of
the British house of commons and
fraternal delegate to the Ameri
can Federation of Labor conven
tion here, interview on the sensa
tional new departments In poll
tics in the old country.
NEW YORK, Nov. 15. — Tak
ing tho stand in his own behalf,
Harry Horrowitz, alias "Gyp the
Blood," on trial here lth three
other gunmen for the alleged ac
tual killing of Gambler Herman
Rosenthal, denied today that he
or any of the other defendants
shot Rosenthal. The wltneeg ad
mitted that he was near the scene
of the crime, but insists that a
"strange" man did the shooting.
STEALS; 8 YEARS
CRAWFORDSVILLE, Ind. —
For the theft of oaie pair of socks,
John Williams, a professional
tramp, was taken to Michigan
City prison to serve from one to
WALLA WALLA, Nov. 15. —
Using electricity the Walla Walla
Hot House Vegetable company
has "slipped one over" on lettuce,
and as a result four crops are now
grown where only three were pro
F. W. Matlork, residence, 3522
North Ferdinand street.
W. 11. Christian, residence*, 5411
South Park st.
E. 11. Myrick, residence, 3719
North 18th st.
TIDES AT TACOSA SATITBUAY
2:29 .1. m 3.0 fuet
11:04 a. m 10.9 feet
aohe and all other distress; re
lieve your torpid liver and con
stipated bowels of all the sour
bile, gases and clogged~up waste
which la producing the misery.
A 10-eeat box of Cascareta
keeps your bead clear, stomach'
sweet, liver and bowels regular
and yon feel cheerful and bully
for mouths. Don't forget the chil
dren —their little insidea need a
food, gentle, cleansing, too.
MAY BE THIS WAY
SK.VTTLE. Nov. 15. —Postmas-
ter Kiissell of this city saj-B that
according to information from
Washington, the parcels post will
probably be handled through priv
ate concerns until the department
is ablo to care for the increased
SYRUP OF FIGS.
Sweetens Their Stomachs and
<'leans the Liver and Waste-
Clogged Bowels Without Grip
Evnry mother Immediately real
izes after giving her child deli
cious Syrup of Figs that this is the
Ideal laxative, and pliysic for the
children. Nothing else regulates
the lit lie one's stomuch, liver and
30 fett of tender bowels so
promptly, besides they dearly love
Us delightful fig taste.
If your child isn't feeling well;
frestlng nicely; eating regularly
and acting naturally It Is a sure
Bltn that Its little insldes need a ]
gentle, thorough cleansing at I
When cross, irritable, feverish,
fltonmch sour, breath b;id or your I
little one lias stomach-ache, diar
rhoea, sore throat, full of cold, ;
tongue coated, give a teaspoonful
of Syrup of Figs and In a few '
hours all tho foul, constipated, :
clogped up waste, undigested food
and sour bllo will gently move on
and out of Us llttlo bowels with- ,
out nausea, griping or weakness, '
• and you will surely have a well I
hapyy and smiling child Dgain
With Syrup of Figs you are not ,
drugging your children, being ;
composed entirely of luscious figs, i
Benna and aroonatics, it cannot be >
Mothers should always keep 'j
j Syrup of Figs handy. It is the only
I Btoiuach, liver and bowel cleanser
j and regulator needed—a little
given today will save a sick child ,
Full directions for children of 1
all ages and grown-ups plainly,
printed on tho package. ,|
Ask your druggist for the full,]
name. "Syrup of Fiss and Elixir
of Senna," prepared by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co. This is the
delicious tasting, genuine old re
llab'e. Refuse anything else of
EH I" 1 ¥% HP
24th and Pacific
When you buy YOUR GHO
CICRIES HKItE FOR CASH
You're not paying the extra for
those that do not pay their bill,
and now Is the time to save
money ac the extras for Christ
mas are always greater than
the supply. Try the month ad
vanes in place of the months in
We are having a fine lot of
Waxen apples at 75c and 80c
per box, which is the best cook
ing apple in the market; fine
Northern Spy apples, $1.00. •
Fine home grown Concord
Grapes in large baskets, 20c.
They make fine Jelly.
• i New stock Citron, Lemon and
Orange Peel, 20c per lb, or 2
lbs. 35c; 3 lbs. Seedless Raisins
25c; 4 lbs. 3-Crown Muscatel
Raisins 25c, fine for mine meat.
I We have fine home made Mince
Meat that is as fine as the
finest; a fine lot of Plum Pud
dinK, 15c, 25c, 35c each; fresh
Walnuts and Almonds, new
Stock, 20c per lb.
— Our Coffee and Tea depart
ment Is among the fines, the
; coffee ranges 25c, 80c and 350,
; and Crown coffee at 35-c will
make the best coffee drinkers
*f 'Special for Saturday ■■■-:
-18 .lbs. best Sugar, $1.00;
Olympic, Pyramid, Drifted Snow
and Yaklmu Beat, 11.10 per
sack; water, . $1.05 per
■*<*■. " : *,*-... %
* Batter Is very high and .a
.good substitute that tastes . as
fine as the best butter and Is as
clean as the cleanest and
healthful as the healthiest. Why
not- us* It T ' Swift's Premium,
25c, and Morris' Marigold 28c
per lb. ' ■'■•
«.■ ■- Telephone your ordor to Main
75 and we will send O. O. D. *
•■■■■-•■ ■.;;-,- ■ -.-. - ■'■.' V
This immense $18,000.00 stock of new fall mer
chandise must be sold out at rediculously low
prices owing to the fact that this stock is too big to
move to our C Street Store and therefor we are
obliged to let this big line of ladies' and gentle
men's merchandise go for far less than the man
DOORS OPEN FOR SALE
|Nov. 16, 9:00 A. M.j
For the Ladies
LADIES' $20.00 COATS. 0Q QC LADIES' $15.00 CARACUL Oil QC
Cut to $0. J J COATS. Out to «pHi«iJ
LADIES' $30.00 COATS. 044 QQ LADIES' SKIRTS in French Voile «nd
Cut to yII id J colors; values to PC AC
_____ m _ m^_^___mm __ mm __ $20.00; cut to yJiHJ
krtf:* 3. 5:??.?0^!'... $13.95 t^^tt^ttt^
T IH-in. .Cut to tpiivJJ
CO ITSB So V A. |:. A?^... $3.83 BHOES ' ™»— * 98c
MJAIS. Cut to VUiUU ?300 . Cut to DUO
IIIIIIIIM.I ■in. ■IIIIMIII
111 II I I ■!■ I II I I
LADIES' $35.00 PLUSH CIO QC LADIES' IMItTY GOWNS; 04A QQ
COATS. Cut to «PI£iUJ values to $43. Cut to $11.03
LADIES'94O.OO PLUSH CIRQR ladies 1 $12 kain coats, 09 QC
COATS. Cut to H»IJ.JJ Cut to $O.U«J
LADIES' $20 KAI.V COATS. 07 OQ
*-1 m cut to 11*. 3
M />^» Trfoiflh ■ ■ ■ ■
A wJI lllv LADIES' $30 RAIN COATS. 044 QC 1
Cut to tplliJJ 1
IVJIOH[ LADIES' SKIRTS | all colors; chiffon,
Tannnias and serges; values CO /IQ
to $10. Cat to do.*rU
MEN'S $25.00 SUITS. PQ QC
Cut to wUiOJ ™"™~*""""■"""~~~'^"™~"I™™~™™'>^"^
LADIES' $25.00 SUITS. CO QT
—————^—^^^—————— Cut to 9UiUU
MEN'S $30.00 SUITS. CIO QQ
Cut to $l£io«J —————-^————^^—
LADIES' $30.00 SUITS. 04 4 QC
~~~^^^~"~—"^~^™1~—"i~1" Out to dlliUU
MEN'S $35.00 SUITS. 0 4 A 00
cut to "——————————
LADIES' $45.00 SUITS. 04 C QC
" Cut to «j)l«JiUj
MEN'S $20.00 OVERCOATS. 00 QC '
Out to dOiwu »
T SILK BfRSS ALINE I'ETTIOOATS;
—^"^™^~~~^~~~~~" values to $5.00. 01 (»Q •
MEN'S $30.00 OVERCOATS. 010 0 0 Cut to $ I .03
Cut to yIOiUJ ——___«^—_»_—^____
—^————^ $5.00 PLUMES. Q|T_
MEN'S RAIN COATS. 94 QC Cut to .3DC
'/ Cut to —_i^.
——————— $10.00 PLUMES. - CO QC
MEN'S $18 RAIN COATS. CC QC Cut to $1.33 f
Cut to «pOiOO «^_^.^___»____^.^_^__
"~^—————— LADIES' SILK, SERGE AND VOILE
MEN'S $30 RAIN COATS. 04 AQQ DRESSES; values to $2."». CC Q7
Cut to 14.0 J Cut to $D.Of
* ... ' l^m
This Entire Stock Is NEW, Hav
ing Been Bought for This
1140 Pac. Aye.