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Monday, Nov. 18, 1912.
TIMES LATEST NEWS PICTURES OF THE BALKAN WAR
I This is ,i |>;>! tof tin- famous fi^htin^ \i.ill of ('onstiiiitinople, from a photograph recently tuken.
'}',[■- \. ill rontajna IKI towen, t»mt of flu'in in tl><* i<><iiliti<>n tlie plrtUPe shows. It extends lor
five miles t'roin the Sea of Mill MUM ovci'lnml aiomul ('oiistit)H.iiio|ilt* io tho Golden Horn.
(lly United Press Leased Wire.)
SAN FU.VNCISCO, Cal., Nov.
18. — fan ping from tho military
prison on Alcatraz Island In San
Francisco !>ay, two prisoners—
Thorn.is I'ianey and Michael Mul
lir: art* at large today and the
(!ly I'niteil Press leased Wire.)
MBXICO CITY, Nov. IS.—De
termined to stamp out the revo-
Inti'ni in C'axaca. federal artillery
FRESNO, Cal., Nov. 18.—
"Laura was married yesterday,
and It was more than I could
Thus read a message left by
Harold V. Peck, 22 years of age,
m telegraph operator for the Santa
Fe railroad here, who is dead to
day after swallowing cyanide of
The girl mentioned Is Misa
— Laura Hamlett, 19, who married
William Risen. Peak and Miss
Hamlett were sweethtearts in
Lagrande, Ore., where both for
PERKY TO ACCEPT
-♦ BOISE, Idaho, Nov. 18.—Gov
ernor Hawley Is today in posses
sion of first hand information
that Kirtland I>. Perky, appointed
United States senator to fill the
unexplred term of Senator Hey
.biirn, will accept.
STRIOKEX AT RKCITAIa
SANTA FB, N. M., Nov. IS.—
Prof. C. H. Garrett of Los An
gelea Is in a hospital here today
suffering from a mnetai derange
ment with which he was stricken
while giving an organ recital at
the dedicatory ceremonies of tho
"*" new Scottish Rite temple.
NEW YORK, Nov. 18.—Presi
dent Taft Btarted for New Haven
early today to attend a meeting
of the trustees of Yale university.
He will return to Washington
late this afternoon.
cr^no THE cub
federal authorities have notified
the loc;il police to be on the look
out for the men, who are consid
ered dangerous criminals. De
scriptions have been wired to all
tao leading cities.
Franey and Mullin are former
shelled and destroyed several
small towns in the. northern
mountains of that state, accord-
Ing to reports received at the war
MURRAY ON TRIAL
J. Matthew Murray, atlornoy
at-law, is on trial today under
charge of grand larceny in .liaise
W. O. Chapman's court.
In questioning the joiors he Is
nsklng tho Question: "Do you be
lieve because a man is an attor
ney he must be crooked?" And
each with a wry smile answers
Up until noon hut half the jury
had been examined. Deputy
Prosecutor O. A. Hurmeister Is
opposing Murray for the state.
Murray is charged In the In
formation with having defrauded
Peter Pappas, a Greek, out of
$130 on a lease which wag found
to be worthless.
SEARCH FOR GIRL
Detectives are searching for
Miss Uessie Warren, who has
been missing for many months
from her home in San Diego, Cal.
Captain of Detectives Fitzgerald
this morning received a com
munication from the chief of po
lice of the San Diego force stat
ing that the sister of Miss War
ten had died last week and that
her mother is dangerously ill
now. A description accompany
ing the picture gave the woman's
height as 5 feet 8 inches, her
weight 140 pounds and her com
plexion light. She has blue eyes
Foot Warmer Sets Bed
Afire; Pioneer Burned
VALDEZ, Alaska, Nov. 18. —
David V. Waldron, 30 years old
one of the founders of Lob An
geles amd prominent In Montana
and Washington half a century
ago, was fatally burned Friday
when an electric lamp, used by
him as a foot warmer, get fire
to his bed.
Mr. aWldron's activities ex
tended from Southern California
SCOOP THOUGHT A STEAM ROLLER
RICHMOND, Va., Nov. 18. —
The supreme fourt of Virginia
donioil today a motion for a re
trial in the cases of Floyd Allen
and his .son Claude, condemned
to ho electrocuted Friday for tho
part they played in the murders
Djr the Allen gang In the Carroll
county courthouse at Hillsville.
Friends of the convicted men are
urging Governor Manu to com
mute their sentences to life Im
prisonment, hut it is not helleved
he will interfere.
Real Estate Transfers
OSS 1.. J Brown & wf to a a Per
kins L 7-s n 301 Park & B ail 10
Oi»lii« \V If Bhattucb & vvf to
Kniinu Harm L 15-16 B 1 Bar-
Wall & a ail 1200
092 Susie M & I) C Murdock to
samp same prop 1200
OSS Zalma Qarretaon to W J (Jar
retson 12x29>i rods In new
09J<ie Lloyd & Clias D Garret
sun & wvs to same 13Vi a in
BW now 18-19-5 & 12x29 Va
roils 111 nw IS-ID-.i 10
095qc Zelma Oarretson to same
13',i a In nw nw IS-19-5 .... 1
097 .1 O Thomas Jr & wf to
Peter Kniidsnn & wf 1., 21-22
B I Unity ail 1
100 Argylr Hastings & wf to
Artondale M 11 church tract
In nw no 24-21-le 1
103 C C Btockland to Mrs M
Marey il al se ne 13-21-le.. 10
101 M & 11 V Macey to L Part
ridge same prop 10
105 fyford Mts & Rlty Co to
■Tno Campbell L. 'J 11 10 Munlto '
Pk Annex 100
109 Alex II (liiini & wf to Silas
Baker L 5 to 7 1) 29 Mont l'k
ad -V 700
110 Louise & Axel R HolmquUt
to Chan W rJcmlsh & wf si'
L S L 9 B 11 Sup Map Mech ad 600
111 Tai 1 Cemetery to Florence X
Ponniman L. -l bik U sec 4
Tac rein , 150
112qc Miiiard V Brown to Fran*
ces X Brown n2 no se nw .14
--20-3 with 2x20 ids adjoining
above tract at nw cor 10
115 Ben P Hallea to Frank W
Matlork I, 1 & n2 I. .■ is 21
Glenns 1 ad 700
117 Susan V. Gibbons to Ellen
Oyer L, 1-2 B 4 Manf ad 0rt..1000
119 W E Allen & wf to Mrs M
Isaksen n 50 ft s 100 ft Ii
' 21 to 24 B 2809 Oakland ad.. 10
121 Wm P Ballard & wf to W
O Kemplnsky L 1 to 3 II 30
Sacketts ad Bkly 750
128 Herman Schimke & wf to
Addison Hill Lbr Co L 5 to 8
B 6 Winnetka ad 10
131i|o Ruby M & Jno II <_■ ' -ii ■
feldz to Anna Voelzke 1., 23-24
B 10 Mont Pk ad 1
132qc Lillian 10 & Cook & Eu
gene Fosdick to same same
133qc Heirs of A II Fosdick to
same same prop 1
134 McConnell Warren lllty Co
to A H & Lena M Splegelberff
I. 21-22 B 1 McCpnnell-W R
Co« Tuc W and fac sites 10
138 Willapa Imp Co to Archie
, McKay L 17 B I Line ay fac
< sites 1 ad 900
TJIIKS AT TACONA TUESDAY
Time. • Height.
12:0* a. m , 7.4 feet
5:13 a. m , 5.4 feet
12:34 p. m. 10.7 feet
•7:36 p. m S.I feet
THE TACOMA TIMES.
Montenegrin l>oys mul uirls in tlx- lioM|>itMl wards at I'oilj-oi ii /a, in Albania, where tltc first
groat ImKli' of tlio war whs fought. They tire making iiml folding bandages.
THE LAW ON LOAN SHARKS
The state law prohibits ANYISOI>Y from charging ANY
BODY more than TWELVE I'Kit CKXT a year on any kind of
a 11 i;i: i!
If Tellium, or Drake, or tile "State Security Co." or any
other loan slunk has attempted to collect MORE THAN ONE
I'KII CKXT A MONTH from you under any pretext whatever,
come to the Times office and state your case.
You need not pay one cent of interest if such un 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
But above nil, KEFI'SE TO PAY Till: INTEItEST IK IT
IS MOKE THAN TWELVE l'EIl CENT A YEAH.
THAT'S THI-: liAWI
New British Ambassa
dor to United States.
SIR CECIL ARTHUR SPRING
Who succeeds James Brlce as
Hritish ambassador at Wash
ington. He has been in Amer
ica once before, as third secre
tary of legation, and comes
now from the Stockholm post.
1 | VITAL STATISTICS 7
• sr^r •
RrkberK, Mrs. Jennie C, aged 37,
wife of Frank 8., at their home. 2108
South X St., Sunday. Body at
i iiiu. •iili-ii. Mis. 11. C. today at 2
p. in., from Melllnger'B.
lloiilnuil, Morris IT., tomorrow at
1:30 p. m., from 200S South I at.
Burial at Oakwood.
Oct. 2S, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Bmmett Murphy, 906 South 10th, a
Nov. I, to Mr. and Mrs. John Mll
lit. 1910 South X, a daughter.
Oct. IG, to Mr. and Mrs. Arvid
ll.ms. n 4301 Thompson ay., a
Nov. 11. to Mr. and Mrs. Robert
JV"\vis Rudy. 861!6 South M, a son.
Oct. 2.1, to Mr. and Mm. Loula
Albert Johnson, 1131 Smith tiOth. a
Nov. 5, to Mr. and Mra. Kdward
IT. lCwrlP. 2911 Pacific ay.. a aon.
Nov. 10. to Mr. and Mrs. M»hal
Trano. 2701 South 14th, a dautrhttr.
Nov. 9. to Mr. and Mrg. Peter El
stad, 5220 North Oakos. a aon.
Aug. 25. to Mr. and Mrs. Takuhet
OtKiika. 952 South Tacoma ay., a son.
Nov. 8, to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hor
slcc Soeva. Tnromn, a daughter.
Nov. 0, to Mr. and Mra. Max Allen
Van House, Burton, a daughter.
A number of candidates were
adopted by Myrtle camp No.
7 1 mi. Royal Neighbors, at a
meeting held In Ruby hall Fri
(By X'nitod I'ross Sensed Wire.)
BUFFALO, N. V., Nov. 18.—
With all schools closed in respect
to his memory, Joseph Josephs,
boy victim of a maniac murderer,
was buried her© today. Mrs. Jo
sephs, prostrated by the crime,
was unable to attend the services,
which were held in St. Charles'
One of the last postcards the,
insane murderer wrote to the po
"Like Banquo's (Jhost, my
crimes will not down."
The card also said that the
slayer would surrender Wednes
Chief of Police Gibson of
Lacltawanna, whore the boy was
slain, thinks the murderer is a
wealthy and highly educated
man. ills postcards confess to
four murders and 12 attempts to
kill children, following assaults.
NEW YORK, Nov. 18.—TJie
police here are today investigat
ing the deaths of a number of
children which have never been
explained, believing they prob
ably were victims of the "Buf
falo postrard murderer." One of
the postcards sent the Buffalo po
lice confessed to the murder in
Central park here of Michael
Kruk in 1902.
The records show the slayer
fastened his teeth lv the child's
neck before death.
BOSTON, Nov. 18. —The police
are scouring the city today for
clues that might lead to the iden
tity of the "Buffalo postcard mur
The postcard confessing to the
murder of Joseph Josephs was
written at the Tremont hotel
EX-GOV. IS DEAD
ATLANTA. Ga., Nov. 18. —
After a long illness, J. M. Ter
rllJ, former governor and United
Statea senator, U dead at his
home here today. Terrlll suc
ceeded A. S. Clay In the senate
and held the place until the elec
tion of Hoko Smith, present In
- By "HOP"
(By Vnited I'rcss fjtTMtf Wire.)
BBATTLB, Wash., Not. J B.—
Deserted by her husband, whom
she says robbed her of IHO.OOO
and a suit ease full of jewelry,
Mrs. Sydney Murray, formerly
Miss Hello Adams of Syracuse, N*.
V., is being cared for by the Y.
W. C, A. here. She says she met
Murray while in the Adirondacks
and married him a year a^o. He
told her ho had business in Van
couver and bought tickets to Se
attle. He put all* her money In
a belt which he wore.
Complaining of being sick, he
wont to the smoking room as the
train noared Milwaukee, and has
not been seen since. The porter
told her he had seen Murray
leave the train at Milwaukee with
a suit case. Sho stayed on the
(rain and the case was reported
by other passengers to the au
thorities here. Her attorney m
Syracuse has been notified.
IS SHORT 5000
(By United Press Ix-r.xea Wire.)
SEATTLE, Wash., Nov. 13.—
On the final checking of the re
call petition against Mayor Cot
lerlll, a deficiency of 5,000 names
is reported, and there will be no
election at present.
gci 10 new mil>-
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1)K«K WILL KNTKHTAIX
AT < ommi i;< i \i, CLVB
Jnmes H. Dege will again be
the host of the big store force at
the Commercial Club & Chamber
of Commerce rooms tonight, the
occasion being the close of the
1 lth succeHßful year in the mer
At 7 o'clock festivities will
commence. The evening will be
spent in an informal way, a ban
quet being the main event. Mr.
Doge has engaged the Sunny
South quartet to furnish music.
Htr. Admiral Sampson, returned
from Seattle, will load for Kan
Btr. Yukon discharging freight
from San Francisco,
Str. Kureka. discharging ore from
California, will load for San Fran
Rev. cutter Rush being dismantled
Str. city of Puebla loading gen
eral freight for San Francisco.
str. A. <;. Lindsay discharging
Alaska cargo of salmon at Belling
Dr. Str. Wnnacher, bound for
Mukllteo with lumber.
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New Seeded Uuisins, -1 pkBI,
New Muscatel Raisins, 4 lbs.
New Flrs, r. lbs. Me.
Quart Bizo Boiled Cider, ■•>
Pint size Boiled Cider Un
New Candied Peel, lie 111.
Ai>i>les in abundance. Prices
to suit all pocketbooka, all
well packed boxes, 7."r up.
Oood Walnuts, 1! lbs. —sc.
New Walnuts, 20c a 111.
The finest Yakima Potatoes
wo have had in years, )>.";<•
II hundred, 5 sk. lots ''■'
7 lbs. fine Rolled Oats, Me.
150 cans Karo Syrup, 10c.
Try our 85c Coffee, you will
find it an excellent article.
3 lbs. high grade Cutter for
Bine Ribbon Tea, ISo lit.
Guaranteed Kggs, '.Mr iloz.
Mac Lean Brothers
033 O Street.
2510 North Proctor.
fio. Tnroma Store,
5405 So. I'ill,, Madison 108.
South 12th and K.
Tel. Main 001
802 Division Lime
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- PAGE SEVEN
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eral freight from San Pedro. ■
Str. Montara 1 oadlng for San
l.liur Kremlin lornllnir general
freight for Orient and Kuropo.
100 Extension Tables jj
This Week at
911-13 C st.
Some of the tablet arc
and will be sold at «i very
low price. One lot of
One lot of tables, finished
in golden, dull fumed ami
Early English, ranging in
price from $25 to $t>2
If you are going to fur
nish a home, get our
prices. You can make
your own terms with us.
Tacoma Furniture &
911-13 C st.