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ALARMING TO ALL
Ity Max S. Hayes
ROCHKSTKH, N. V.. .Nov. 10.
•—lt is recogniwd by conservative
aft well hn imlicui delegates that
If (lie court ruling permitted to
stand as tlio Hliermun law, is not
amended the strongest unions in
the country may be WtllOj by
units (or damages instituted by
A few weeks ago organized la
bor of the country received a rude
shock when the United Hatters of
North America were ordered by
the United States court of Con
necticut to pay I). E. Loewe & Co.
(240,000 damages besides costs,
amounting to a total of 1110,000,
because they advertised the
T,oewe hats as unfair. The case
has been In court nine years and
a 'decision was rendered against
the hatters once before when they
were ordered to pay Loowe $222,
--000 damages. The union carried
the case to the court of appeals,
then to the supreme court where
the principle was upheld that
unions are amenable to damages
for boycotting under the Sherman
The fastest nod fluent day
ilnarn an the runn.
SIGHT HOUNU TIUI-S DAILY
Leave* Tacoma from Mu
nicipal Dock at 7:00, 9:00, 11:00
a. m.; 1:00, 1:00, 6:00, 7:00
>:00 p. m.
Leave Seattle from Caiman
dock. 7:00. 9:00. 11:00 a m..
1:00. 3:00. 00, 7:00. 9:00 p. m.
SIMiI.K PARE a.-..-.
1101 M) I KIP .-.11.
A Bteantrr Every Tito Hours.
1.. K. I'l HCKI.I, Astral
l'hon» Main 3445
$X|JP^!mL Coat Special $8.95
jJjaEi "* iflr "'' Misses' and Women's Coats
rfjUr * in the latest novelty mixtures,
*V©"^to\.- '"' ' va' ues $12-50, $15.00 and
4|jJ!wß®X«| $17.50. Extra C«O QC
/KAj \ 1(8§B"™ special 9OIJJ
i/amMjvt Suits at $7.95
A^rfSr^flalfiy 50 Nobby and Up-to-Date Suits In
V-' WiSF<Jßyy&rWm navy blue Berge, cheviot, tweeds
Wiii^ffiwiSp M*> '""' mann'Bh worsteds; values
$15.00, $17.50, $19.50 and
y?&\fjfw&Kp $21.50. Extra . 07 QC
i ml&vwzll I special yl iU«J
i i *^B| Suits at Half Price
It §|i :1 10° Suits are yours at half price
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w 'jt p: \< don't fail to look them over; ma-'
* WlvW \ I terials are navy blue serge, chev
fjjl IjM%\\ j \ iots, diagonals, tweeds, etc.; plain
■'II W/i-\ II tailored, Norfolk and fane}
nil! viaim If ' trimmed styles; sizes are 16 to
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K«J ONE-HALF PRICE
Women's and Misses'
Sample Coat and Suit Shop
509-10-11-12 Fidelity Illdg. R. J. Quick, Prop.
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Cooked Perfectly—Use a
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$2.25, $2.50, $2.75,
$3.00 and $3.25
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act. Then the district court of
Connecticut was instructed to col
lect the money and hand it over
to Loewe. On a technicality the
defendants again carried the case
to the I'nited States court of ap
peals and thnt body ordered that
certain defendants, some of whom
knew nothing about the boycott,
and others had died, the case be
rertied which was done with the
result as stated above.
Now the hatters' case is again
being appealed to the court of ap
peals. The trials have coat near
ly a hundred thousand dollars,
and nobody knows where the fin
ancial drain will stop.
Secretary I,awler of the Hat
ters told me this morning that
while the advantage was now un
doubtedly with Loewe & Co., the
hatters intend to continue the
fight In the hope that the su
preme court will reverse It or that
congress will amend the Sherman
law and make the amendnient re
troactive to save the hatters from
l>eing compelled to pay the huge
damages awarded to Uiewe. The
miners are also vitally concerned
in this affair for no sooner was
the second decision rendered
against tho hatters when certain
West Virginia operators sued the
United Mine Workers of America
for |7."0.(i00 damages for calling
a strike in the Kaniiwha district.
So It will be seen that there are
millions of money at stake in
tt»M legal attacks, that those who
can least afford to lose are the
under dog and that the very lite
of trade unionism is endangered,
for If the treasuries of organized
labor can be mulrted by employ
ers against whom strikes are
called the unions will bfl destroy
ed and with them tho small
amount of freedom that the work
ers still possess.
DJEVER KNOW A MUTT IXKE THIS?
THEY FEEL SURE
(lly Tnited I'ivss leased Wire.)
NEW YORK, Nov. 19.—The
fate of the four gunmen on trial
here for the murder of Gambler
Herman Kosenthal will be in tihe
hands of the jury before night.
Justice Goff began his charge to
the jury at 10:30 o'clock.
Hawthorne Improvement club
last night elected If, McCarty,
president; W. S. Green, vice pres
ident; Mrs. A. Hahn, secretary;
Frank Grange, trustee. A com
mittee will interview school board
candidates on how they stand on
the Hawthorne school.
Thrown several feet when an
automobile struck him at Com
merce and 12th streets, It was
found on taking J. M. Jones to
the county hospital that he was
Savario Varone, 14L'O South
13th street, will he charged with
attempted murder Saturday
morning by Justice Graham. He
is alleged to have rushed Albert
L. Hale, a real estate man, with
(Uy l'nit«Hl Press Leased Wire.)
YREKA, Cal., Nov. 19. —Posses
are searching the hills near here
today for two masked bandits
who entered the saloon of Victor
T. Warren, at Hilt, and after lin
ing up fifteen customers, looted
their pockets, secured more than
$1,000 from the safe, a $1,500
diamond from Warren and es
(By I'nlted Press leased Wire.)
MILWAUKEE, Wis., Nov. 19.
— "Those fellows are the biggeßt
lot of 'boobs' I ever saw," said
John Schrsnk, would-be-slayer of
Roosevelt there this af-
ternoon, after submitting to a
four-hour examination by the
alienists appointed to inquire as
to his sanity.
Br. str. Ktrathlyon leaving for
Kurupe with barley cargo.
Str. City of l'uebla arrlvpd to
load general freight for the I'aclflc
Str. Alaskan due In today wit:.
Br. ship Segrura arrived at Cape
Town with lumber from Columbia
Linerß Keemun, Tnltl:yMufl, Arab
en and Sakkarah due here to load
vheat for the Orient and Europe.
Easy to Get Rid of Dandruff
And Stop Hair From Falling
Parisian Sage Hair Tonic Will Make Any Person's
Hair Luxuriant and Fascinating.
LOOK OUT FOR
Give Parisian Sage a chanca to
drive every i»rticle of disgusting
dandruff from your Imir.
Give it a chance to toak into
the hair roots and stop the hair
from falling out.
- You won't be sorry if you do —
/ou'll be dandruff dirty all your
life if you don't.
And when you get a bottle of
Parisian Sage you are not throw
ing any money away, because it
is guaranteed to oradlcate dand
ruff; to stop falling hair and itch
ing scalp In two weeks, or money
It is not a dye and does not
THE TAOOMA TIMES.
YOU'LL FIND IT HERE
The West End Improvement
club will meet tonight In Odd
Fellows' hall, Sixth and Pine.
John W. Broadway has made
application for space in which to
build a confectionary stand at
the east end of the new 11th
"Carstens Packing company will
have three carload of choice, dry
picked, corn fed turkeys en mute
to Tacoma for the Thanksgiring
trade, to be disposed of at whole
Charged with leaving the Mer
chants' hotel with $6.50 due the
landlady, E. Levine is under ar
rest. A woman believed to be
L€vine"s wife is also charged with
the same offense. \km\
Tono's new power plant started
yesterday and lighted the city
How-de-du ? Have you read
"Skootlng Skyward?" A local
story of the Mountain. For sale
at all dealers. Price 50 cents.
Thieves completely stripped the
home of \V. J. Doane of jewelry
County commissioners of the
state are in session at Everett.
Great Northern, It Is said, will
build a direct road from Pateros
to the coast.
Milwaukee Sausage now In.
Ducmvald's, 3i:t IIHi, nenr C st.
Public service commission
urges legislature to take action to
stop wildcat irrigation schemes
Seattle will vote on single tax
at the iMarch municipal election.
Legislators have been asked to
meet with the Southwest Wash
ington Development association at
Montesano Friday and Saturday.
Argonaut Hotel, 1007 Pac. ay.
Cafe and grill In connection.
" A Icannon t "
Adjutant General Llewellyn of
Washington has been appointed
on the national military board to
take the place of Adj. Gen. Fin
zer of Oregon, who resigned.
The most representative gath
ering of business men ever assem
bled in the state will be here to
morrow night to attend a banquet
at which steps will be taken cy
commercial bodies of Washington
looking to an adequate represen
tation of the state at the Panama
contain poisonous lead; If you
think lead that colors the hair is
safe to use ask your doctor or
Parisian Sage kills the dandruff
germ because of Its peculiar pow
er to get to the roots of the Matr;
right where the germa thrive'anci
But besides killing the germs it
supplies nourishment to the hair;
stor>B H from falling out, and
causes it to grow thick and lux
Parisian sag« is a most delight
ful hair dressing, not sticky or
greasy. A largo bottle for only
50 cents at druggists, department
stores and toilet goods counter?
everywhere. Vlrges Drug Co.
O U 8008
Representatives will be present
from both San Francisco and San
Already plates have been re
servfd for over 100 of the lead
ing citizens of the state, repre
senting practically commerclaj or
Airtight heaters, $1.50 and up.
Ewing Hardware Co., 1111 C st.
Main 7750. "Advertisement."
The 11 th street bridge, which
it was expected would be closed
today, will not be tied up now
until tomorrow. It will cease to
operate about 9 o'clock, accord
ing to present plans.
<?> Tacoma — Tonight tand <$>
♦ tomorrow night, Maclyn <$>
♦ Arbuckle in "The Round- «>
♦ Up." Next week, moving <$>
♦ pictures of an African Lion <$>
♦ hunt. <s>
♦ Princess — Stock. "The <S>
<$> Nigger." - $>
♦ • 4>
<S> Empress—Vaudeville. «>
<•> € .
H. C. Kumaraota, millionaire
managing director of the Ameri
can Farm Development company,
a Japanese syndicate, in spite of
the fact that the United States
government has denied Japanese
citizenship, has applied for the
right to vote. Kumamota ex
plained that his citizenship papers
had been lost in a fire and want
ed a second eet.
Miss Sußt« Benjamin has been
appointed jail matron and Miss
Charlotte Slmpklns assistant to
the public morals officer by Com
missioner Mills, their duties to be
gin today. The work of looking
after the young girls in Tacoma
is more than one woman officer
The firemen's pension board is
going to pay Mrs. Louisa Kobe
tich a pension whether she is le
gally entitled to it or not, is the
Controller Meads refused to is
sue the warrant for the $40
monthly pension because of the
death of her son, Albert Schwar
zer, a fireman. Meads showed
that her husband works for the
county and gets a salary of $70 a
month, and the law says that a
mother cannot collect under the
pension law unless she is depend
ent on her son for support.
Now the firemen have discov
ered that the city clerk can issue
the warrant, so he will be asked
to do it and Meads will be left
FEAR VERY WELL
P. J. Coward fell into an ex
cavation at 13th and Commerce
last night, breaking a leg. While
Officer Kincaid was getting him
out a Japanese came to look and
got hold of an electric wire that
tossed him In the air ten feet,
but he was not hurt.
(By I'nlted IVess Leased Wire.)
PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. 19. —A
committee of seven prominent
business men today stands ap
pointed by the Portland Y. M. C.
A. to gather evidence in the ef
fort to show that the association
is absolutely free from blame in
connection with the sudden vice
scandal which has gripped the
(Ily United Tress leased Wire.)
WASHINGTON, D. C. Nov. 19.
—The house appropriations com
mittee tomorrow will begin draft
ing appropriation bills. Presi
dent-elect Wilson will be allowed
$2.j,000 for traveling expenses,
the same amount provided lor
(Uy United Press loosed Wire.)
GOSHEN, N. V., Nov. 19. —At
the opening of the trial here to
day of Attorney Hurton W. Gib
son of New York, accused of mur
dering Mrs. Rosa Szabo, a client,
District Attorney Rogers outlined
the state's case against the pris
IDAHO GOES DEM.
(Uv United Press Leased Wlre.l
BOISE, Ida., Nov. 19.—1t is
today officially stated that Wood
row Wilson tarried the state of
Idaho by 1,100 votes. With one
small county incomplete and all
others official, the vote on presi
dent stands: Wilson 34,010, Taft
32,910, Roosevelt 25,510.
I THE BK.ST COUGH SYRUP
I 18 KASILY MADE AT HOMK
Costs Little and Acts Quickly.
Money Refunded If It Fails.
This recipe makes a pint of cough
syrup, and saves you about $2.00 a:
compared with ordinary cough rem
edies. It stops obstinate coughs—
even whooping cough—in a hurry,
and Is splendid for sore , lungs
awthma, croup, hoarseness and other
Mix one pint of granulated sugar
with hi pint of warm water, and
Btlr for 2 minutes. Put 2% ounces
of Pinex (fifty cents' worth) In a
lilut bottle, and add the Sugar
Syrup. Take a teaspoonful every
one, two or three hours. Tastes
This taken right hold of a cough
and gives almost Instant relief. It
stimulates thq appetite, and Is
sllghtiy laxative —both excellent
Pln«x> as perhaps you know, Is
the most valuable concentrated
compound of Norway white pine
extract, rich In guaiacol and other
natural healing pine elements.
No other preparation will do the
work of Plnex in this recipe, al
though strained honey can be used
instead of tho sugar syrup, If de
Thousands of housewives In the
United States and Canada now use
this Plnex and Sugar Syrup recipe.
This plan has often been Imitated,
but the old successful formula has
never been equaled. Its low cost
and quick results have made It Im
A guaranty of absolute satisfac
tion, or money promptly refunded,
goes with this recipe. Tour drug
gist has Plnex, or will get it for
you. If not. send to The Plnex Co.,
Ft. Wayne, Ind.
Tonight and Tomorrow Night ~ I
MACLVN ABBUCKIiK I
In Klaw & Erlanger's Gigantic S
Production . ,w . H
Prices, BOc to »1.80. Curtain 8:15 I
PRINCESS THE AT I
Main 7760. 1
i >'■■. THIS WKKK " • I
"THE NIGGER" I
PRICES—2Oc, 80c, 80c. ■ |
Bargain Matinee Wednesday and a
: Saturday— and 25c. ■
TO BURY THE DEAD
(lly United Pross I>ased Wire.)
CONSTANTINOPLE, Nov. 19.
—The first break in the short but
terrific war by which the Balkan
states have broken the power of
Turkey-in-Europe came * today,
when the Bulgarians besieging
Constantinople's defenses at Scha
talja agreed to an eight hours'
armistice to bury the dead.
The slaughter during the Bul
gar attack on Tchatalja defenses
during the last few days has
been awful. Corpses lie thick
within and without the lines from
the Black sea to the Sea of Mar
HOLD BIG SHOOT
The Tacoma Rifle and Revol
ver club will hold a big turkey
shoot on the range at Menlo park
Sunday, November 24. Shooting
will be at 5-inch white dinner
plates, 200 yards offhand, any
rifle and ammunition allowed.
RESCUE SHIP HERE
The steam schooner Riverside,
which picked up the wrecked
schooner Oceania Vance and the
steamer J. J. Loggie recently,
saving 2 2 lives in all, this fall, is
in port here today from San
Francisco. The Riverside is now
known as a rescue ship.
Eats Freely But
Has No Dyspepsia'
Tnk.-s n Mild Laxative With
Good l"c|isin and Insures His
Comfort and Pleasure.
Fortunate is the man who can
eat "anything" without suffering
the tortures of dyspepsia, but as
few are so fortunate care should
be taken in the matter of diet.
Bating sJowly, masticating the
food thoroughly and taking a
short walk after the heavy meal
of the day will do much towards
assisting digestion. Any grown
up person ought to know the
ueculiar foods that do not agree,
and these should be avoided.
When these common-sense aids
fail, the next thing to do is to
take a mild digestive tonic with
lax.itive properties, and there is
none better than Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup Pepsin. It contains the
greatest of all aids to digestion,
good pepsin. It has other ingre
dients that act mildly on the
bowel.% and combined it forms
a combination for the relief of
dyspepsia or indigestion that is
Its action Is to tone and
strengthen the stomach and
bowel m-scles so that they can
again do their work naturally
without outside aid, and when
that happy moment comes all
medicine can be dispensed with.
It is the best remedy obtainable
for any disorder of the stomach,
liver and bowels, for dyspepsia,
constipation, biliousness, head
aches, drowsiness after eating,
gas on the stomach, etc. Thous
ands of users will testify to this,
among them Sergt. O. Shapar, Ft.
Douglas, Utah, and Mr. J. A.
Manchester, Manchester, la.
Syrup Pepsin is sure In its re
sults, and a vast improvement
Here's a Better Bill
Than You Have Seen This Season '
They're All Stars
Take Your Choice:
LINTON'S JUNGLE GIRLS
L. H. Rose & Co. —Sol Berns,
Paul —Johnson & Wells
♦ THIESEN'S ACROBATIC DOGS
'Evening Price* 10c f 15c, 25c. Box Seats sOc. Matlncea 10c, lßc.
KJ3%ri Special Round
ISJ Trip Rate to
Tickets on Sale November 19th and 20th
Final Limit November 25th.
Trains leave Union Station 11:30 a. m., 5:05 j|
m., 12:01 midnight. . ; ;^
For Full Particulars Call On or Address 5 .1
F. I. HERBT.HT, i:. J. HIAIV, LLWaHW«W!inwWV
O. P. &T. A. Oen. Agt. » rtagAt jl.
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Tncoma, Wash. 8 N flU||M^ 1
Telephone Main 163. • . Jaffl«»MiulWHSlMi '
Tuesday, Nov. 19,1911
mora, and a cessation of hostili
ties was seen to be absolutely
necessary unless both the con
tending armies were to be swept
by a pestilence before which the
carnage of bullet and bayonet
would fade into insignificance.
No estimate has yet been made
public here of the number who
have fallen In the continuous
fighting along the Tchatalja, but
there is no doubt that between
30.00(1 and 40,000 men are dead
and wounded on both sides, and
it is more than probable that this
figure will be exceeded.
S.P. WRITER HERE
A. J. Wells, special writer for
the Southern Pacific company, is
returning southward from Taco-..»
ma today gathering ideas for a
story on what one may see from
the windows of a train from Los
Angeles to Seattle. Mr. Wells
was a visitor in Tacoma yester
HAT'S IN RING
Mrs. Abbie E. Danforth is the
latest to announce her candidacy
for the school board to take the
place of George Williamson in
the election next month. She will
make the race against Dr. Ida M.
Healey and Hrowder Brown.
SKRGT. O. SHAPAIt.
over taking cathartics, salts, etc.,
all of which are harsh and nause— *
ous and at best do but tempor
ary good. You can obtain Syrup
Pepsin at any drug store for fifty ,
cents or one dollar a bottle.
If no member of your family
has ever used Syrup Pepsin and
you would like to make a per
sonal trial of it before buying it
in the regular way of a druggist, *
Bend your address —a postal will
do —to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 415
Washington St., Monticello, 111.,
and a free sample bottle will bo
mailed you. Results are always
guaranteed or money will be re