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Wednesday, Nov. 20, 1912.
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
BERLIN, Nov. 20.—With the
Turkish army reduced by half
from the ravages of cholera,
wounds and death, It is not ex
pected here that another blow
will be struck In the Balkan
conflict. Diplomats here are
confident that Turkey will agree
to the demandß of the allies, and
that a peace pact will be signed
without undue delay.
Cholera is spreading rapidly
among tho moslem troops. All
schools In Constantinople are
closed. The disease also is rag
ing among Czar Ferdinands force
and it is not believed here that
llulgaria is anxious to resume
SOFIA, Nov. 20.—General Sav
off was chosen today as Bul
garia's representative in the
peace negotiations with Turkey.
Pending the negotiations all hos
tilities have ceased along the
COLD STORAGE WOULD BE
A MIGHTY GOOD THING
A muicipal cold storage plant.
For lack of it thousands of dol-
lars worth of business is going to
. Seattle every month and it looks
now as if the city will remedy the
matter by placing a plant in the
One dose I'opu'n Cold Compound
gives relief—Cure in
You will distinctly feel you?
cold breaking and all the Grippe
K.vmptnms leaving after taking tho
very first dose.
It is a positive fact that Pape'l
Cold Compound, taken every two
hours, until three consecutive
doses are taken, will end the
Grippe and break up the most se
vere cold, either In the head,
chest, back, stomach or limbs.
It promptly relieves the most
miserable headache, dullness, head
tind nose stuffed up, feverishuess,
sneezing, sore throat, running of
the nose, mucous eatarrhal dis
charges, soreness, stiffness and
Get a 25-cent package of
'Tape's Cold Compound" from
your druggist and take It with the
knowledge that It will positively
and promptly cure your cold and
end all the grippe misery; with
out any assistance or bad after
effects and that It contains no
quinine—don't accept something
else said to be just aa good. Tastes
j E La^
to IH'Y youk
200 IIOXKS OF
EXTRA FINK QUALITY
TO GO AT 78<- PKIt BOX.
THIS IS A REAL
EVEKY BOX WELL
PACKED AND CONTAINS
LONG KEEPING STOCK.
A 1,1 a SKK FOlt
YOURSELF that thky
ARK THE BEST values
IN the city,
Fine New Seeded Raisins, 4
Large Boiled Cider, 29c.
Lemon, Orange and Citron
Peel, 20c; 2 lbs. 35c.
Shilling's Best Baking Pow
der, 45c a lb.; our price,
3Oc a lb.
%-Ib. tins Highest Grade
Spices, 12c. •
You pay 10c for % the
Highest Grade Vanilla Ex
tract, 2 oz. bot. 25c.
. Highest Grade Lemon Ex
tract, 2 oz. bot. 25c.
3 lbs. Finest Mission Figs,
New Dates, 2 lbs. 25c.
Good Walnuts, 2 lbs. 25c.
Fancy New Walnuts, 20c a
Specials for Thursday and
. . Friday .
2-lb. Can Llbby Corn Beef,
' 29c.. The . cheapest ■ meat
in the market.
Cream of Wheat, 15c pkg.
10-lb. Tin Karo Syrup, 47c.
' Your choice Red. or. JJlue.
Confectioners Sugar,, 3 lbs.
25c. Especially adapted
for candy making. .;
2 lb. Bricks New Codfish,
18c. -; ;_;__^-_.■..•;!";:!
Mac Lean Brothers
033 O Street.
'". • 2519 North Proctor.
,CiT ; -'.' '- 1. r-- •,• - - •.' Proctor 570
1 So. Tacoma Store, - ■ "
1405 So. Union. Madlaon 108.
- £. South 12th and K. .
y'cl. Main 004 -
■V. 802 Division. tame -■ " ',
■L Main 8709 '<: ~X+*&\
B:\VI0 SI'XIi THK r BEST :
B^BtfH ■\ \ SIT yon l.Ksa" '.'*%
PARIS, Nov. 20.—Dispatches
received here today from Vienna
indicate that Servia is yielding
to Austria's demands that she be
allowed to probe reports that
Consul Prochaska was ill-treat
ed when the Servians captured
CONSTANTINOPLE. Nov. 20.
— Nazim Pasha, who directed
the defense of the Turkish forts
at Tchatalja against the Bul
garian attack, was named today
as Turkey's representative to
confer with the plenipotentiaries
of the allies in an effort to
bring about peace.
LONDON, Nov. 20.—A dis
patch received here today from
Sofia stated that Turkey had
agreed to the Balkan terms for
peace, but it la believed the an
nouncement is premature.
new municipal dock to be erected
under the 11th street bridge.
Every day shippers are seeking
cold storage here that cannot be
had and then taking their busi
ness to Seattle.
Eggers, a fish merchant, recent
ly dumped several tons of smelt in
the bay because he had no way of
taking care of them. lie is con
stantly putting fish in cold stor
age at Seattle which he would pre
fer to have here.
This week a shipper wanted
storage for two car loads of ap
ples but could not get it.
There seems to lie plenty of
business the city could net with ;i
mulcipal cold storage plant and
Superintendent Kail <>r the muni
cipal dock is thoroughly convinced
that it is a necessity in tlv new
building to be erected the coming
NEW YORK, Not. 20.—Sen
tence on Harry llorrowitz, alias
"Gyp the Blood"; Lefty Louie"
Rosenberg, "Wliitey" Lewis and
"Dago Frank', Cirofld, convicted
of first-degree murder for slay
ing (ianil)ler Herman Hosenthal,
will bo imposed next Tuesday,
November lid. .
■•rye today ann were drfiant and
This date was fixed today by
.Justice John \V. Golf in the
state supreme court, alter mo
tions to Bet aside the verdict
and demands for a re-trial had
The gunmen retained their
sullen throughout the proceed
Jay W. McCune of the transpor
tation bureau of the Commercial
club yesterday wired the inter
state commerce commission ask
ing that a hearing be held in Ta
coma on the freight rate for
transcontinental shipments, the
same as will be held at Portland
A Feeling of Security
You naturally foel secure when
you know that the medicine you are
about to take Is absolutely pure
and contains m harmful or habit
producing 1 JruKS.
Such a medicine Is Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Hoot, the great Kidney,
[Liver and Bladder Remedy.
The Bamo standard of purity,
strength and excellcnco Is main
tained in every bottle of Swamp-
Swamp-Root Is scientifically com
pounded from vegetable herbs.
It is not a stimulant and Is taken
In teaspoonful doses.
It Is not recommended for every
It Is nature's great helper In re
lieving and overcoming kidney,
liver and bladder troubles.
A sworn statement of purity Is
with every bottle of Dr. Kilmer's
If you need a medicine, you
should have the bent.
If you are already convinced
that Swamp-Itoot Is what you need,
you will find it on sale at all drug
stores In bottles of two sizes, fifty
cents and one-dollar.
Sample Bottlm of Swamp-Hoot
!•>«■•• by Mall.
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. t>ept.
M, BinKhamton, N. V., for a sample
bottle, free by mall—it will con
vince anyone. You will also re
ceive a booklet of valuable. Infor
mation, telling all about the kid
Unbreakable ' Blue Enamel
Sinks at reduced prices— . •
Size 16x24, reg. $3.25 **) PC
Special ........ ... «j)£iU J
Size 18x30, res. $4.00 M QC
Special .......... $ JiOil
Size 20x30, reg. $4.50 CO CC
Special ........... tfGiDU
Main :402. 1113 Tacoma ay,
<sponp the c^B
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• BLOODY Pill XT RKVEALS MURDER. <*>
• - FRANKFORT OX THE MAIN', Germany, Nov. 20.—The <•>
# bloody imprint of a thumb on the body of a girl stabbed to •<s>
<i- death last June led to the detection and confession of a mnr- <$>
;- derer here. Joseph Rupp was arrested for righting in a sa- <?>
• loon. Ever since the murder of the girl, the police have ex- <$>
■J> amined the thumb prints of everyone arrested, but when <?>
• Rupp's thumb print was taken it was quickly recognized as <?>
«> identical with that upon the body of the girl. ■$>
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PLANS MANY NEW
A committee of the Presidents'
Council of Women's clubs met
with Miss Wimple, the new pure
food Inspector, yesterday to con
fer over the work. Miss Wimple
expects to make considerable im
provement in conditions here. She
expects to put in a complete set of
scoring so that citizens will know
just what food dealers are trying
to keep clean.
THROWN OUT OF
SYDNEY, N. S. W., Nov. 20.
—Most extraordinary scenes were
witnessed in the New South
Wales liouse of assembly yester
day. Four members were ejected
and four others were named by
Speaker Willis. This action rous
ed the ire of Attorney General
William Holiuan, who threatened
the speaker with personal vio
IS WELL KNOWN
Charlotte Harrington, who was
burned to death yesterday in Los
Angeles hotel fire, was in Tncoma
recently, having appeared in "Tho
Delicatessen Shop" at the Em
press theater, while Mr. and Mrs.
It. E. Darragh, who saved their
lives by leaping to the pavement
from the fifth story, entertained
I'antages patrons as roller skat
ers but a few weeks ago.
HE LEFT DEBT
SAX DIEGO, Cal., Nov. 20.—
Stockholders in the Toliver Aeri
al company organized by C. H.
Toliver, the inventor, who was
recently killed by Hubert G.
Lewis, learned today that Toliver
left nothing but debts.
CINCINNATI, Nov. 20. —Charg-
ing corrupt practices in the re
straint of trade, the case against
John Patterson, president of the
Naional Cach Register company
and 29 other officials of that cor
poration was begun here today be
fore Judge Howard Hollister.
Their dream of love come true.
Rtgo Custodio, the young Porto
Kican, and his Japanese sweet
heart, Josie Muraoka, who eloped
from San Francisco, have been
released from jail here. It is un
derstood they left for Seattle yes
terday evening to be married.
Socialists have started their
new campaign already, beforo they
get the returns on the old one and
have arranged a lyceum course of
five lectures to be given In this
city in the coming week.
The big increase in socialist
votes all over the country baa
stimulated the party and they
will keep going all winter.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Nov. 20.
—A new bondsman for James E.
Ray and Edward Smythe of
Springfield, 111., officers of the
Peorla Iron Workers, local union
and defendants in the dynamite
conspiracy trial here who were
surrendered by Marshal Schmidt
yesterday by their original bonds
men, bad not arrived when the
United States court convened to
day. It was said that the new
bondsmen would arrive before
IT. Tarn, Cairns*
JH SPh^ TeatlmonUl:
■ iea !l hay» bean *u(
--| MiafeSa J«r»nK' • ••T«r»ly
X ■BfWlSl ■ Irom kidney trou>
, ■Xii ■ and rh«uma.
I have bean suf
from kidney trou
ble and rheuma
■ n wr tism ' (or th« i past
i. ■ ■ I . yrs,. and - have
'; ■ BK^kw be«n doctoring
continually ■ with
•Wvfl out relief. After
trying your won
derful : remedies, ■. under > jrour
treatment for ■ I week*. - the ■ pain
and < eoreneie have • entirely dis
appeared. Tours truly, P. A. Bol
der, 6110 So. Yaklma ay., Taeoraa.
A wonder fill Chinese medicine.
Bend to stamp for question blank
to j mitt Pacific »T. Main SHI. .<,
THE TACOMA TIMES.
WHY DID THE CITY EDITOR LEAVE
ON THE STAND
Witnesses for the city, includ
ing Commissioner Kick Lawson,
are attempting to show the jury
in the P. 10. McHugh case in
Judge M. L. Clifford's court that
the methods used in construction
of the Green river pipe line were
high handed and more expensive
than would have been necessary
had the contractor used common
methods. Lawson testified yes
terday afternoon that 50 cents a
cubic yard was entirely sufficient
to pay for the work and that It
could have been done with a
steam shovel for :15 cents. It be
came known that the city had not
given attention to hardpan but
for two months of the work,
thereafter considering it not
worth a separate account.
VANCOUVER, B. C, Nov.—
Two Chinamen were burfied to 1
death and another lies in the;
general hospital hero suffering
from a fractured leg as the result
of a fire which broke out at 4:05
this morning in a Chinese laundry
at Falrview. .
The Demons of the Swamp
are mosquitos. As they sting
they put deadly malaria germs
in tho blood. Then follow the Icy
chills and the fires of fever. The
nppetito fliea and the strength
fails; also malaria often paves
tho way for deadly typhoid. But
Electric Bitters kill and cast out
the malaria germs from the
blood; give you a fine appetite
and remw your strength. "Aftf»r
long suffering," wrote Wm. Fret
well, of Lucaina, N. C, "three bot
tles drove all the malaria from
my system, and I've had good
health ever since." Best for all
stomach, liver and kidney ills.
50c at Ryner Malstroni Drug Co.,
938 Pacific ay.
MA O V N AKISV CX Ii
In Klaw & Erlanger's Gigantic
\I I Em^ / r^V^TVwF^WV^&4U^Hs^B
Prices, .'Or to .$1.50. Curtain 8:15
BIG BILL TODAY
MNTON'S JUXGIiK gikls .
MI?. AND MRS. ROSK
THIESKN'S ACROBATIC DOGS
HOT WATKU HOTTLKS
iti i;isi:k c;i,o\ i:s
25 per cent discount on all rub
ber goods. A clearance of all
these articles to make room for
* 938 Pacific ay.
N. 8.—5 extra Green BUnipe
with a 50c purchase it yon
bring this adv.
POLICE FIND DYNAMITE
IN DESPERATE MAN'S ROOM
(By I nil. ,i Prewi 1,■•..-.-• I Wire.)
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Nov. 20.
—Under close guard In tho Emer
gency station Ernest Davis, alias
Carl Warr, who yesterday terror
ized the station by threatening to
explode sixty sticks of dynamite,
is being held for examination l>y
insanity experts. Davis declares
he contrived his msuclhine and
search for Paul Sho»p, president
of tho Pacific. Electric lines. Shoup
he said was to be killed unless he
promised to better his employes'
condition. In a room occupied l>y
Davis, who recently came from
Long Reach, the police found sev
eral machines similar to the one
SALLOW, BILIOUS, HEADACHY,
TONGUE COATED? CASCARETS
Furred Tongue. Bad Taste. Indigestion, Sallow Skin and Mis
erable Headaches oome from a torpid liver and clogged, constipated
bowels, which cause your stomach to become filled with undigested
food, which sours and ferments like garbage in a swill barrel.
That's the first step to untold misery—foul gases, bad breath, yel
low skin, .mental fears, everything that is horrible and nauseating.
A Cascaret tonight will straishen you out by morning- -a 10-cent
box from your druggist, will keep your Liver active, Bowels dean
and regular; Stomach sweet, Head clear, and make you feel bully
for mouth* Don't forget the children.
"CASCARETS WORK WHILE YOU SLEEP."
THE CHOICE OF MISS AGNES BERRY, TACOMA'S GIFTED I I^T'l^
Who Will Be Heard at the Tacoma Theater Tomorrow Evening with the I mI . *\• X i
Chicago-Philadelphia Grand Opera Company. w Mm ■'
The Ilallet & Davis Piano Co. spend no money in exploiting its in- I y^ " E
struments on concert stages. Therefore the Ilallet & Davis piano will not ■ MEEP&kM*£. TJ
be seen on the stage of the Taeoma theater tomorrow evening. Neither is JV A jJßil^^K^'M
it designated as the "official" piano of the opera company. B^JB^H^Sp^^MSlw :
That's why Elallet & Davis pianos arc sold at—shall wo say aW Mi Wfl I , ,^^
"trifle" less yes, considerably less than other pianos of the same grade W^jHßj^^^^^H^|,l ■
'' THE TRUE TEST Hr 1 M
Is "What ,piano does the artist prefer and use in his or her own home?" JH^p€^^^^^jß ■
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Note what Agnes Berry says: mis. Ague* Kerry
" torn tttt &
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ACTION OP THE HAXLET & DAVIS PIAHO ; SECURED FROM YOUR HOUSE LAST
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\ Visit Oar Victor ' ' gjjtt^i^f 4I lift fl^f^il ' The Virtuoloi
I Department , kß£uJ%£ ££ioQ -i ■; Player-Pi.no
_____^— 1115 C Street, Between thp Cable* " '
he carried yesterday. One of
these, tested in Elyslan park last
night, blew to pieces a rock
weighing 20 tons. They said that
only miraculous luck prevented
an explosion when detectives
overpowered the man.
WORK, DURN YOU
(lly Ctoed Press iMMd Wire.)
VIENNA, Nov. 20. —Some of
the Austria nobility has had to
go to work. At Theresiopel, Bar
on Anton Podmankzki, of ancient
noble family but poverty-stricken,
Is working as a brick DUMB,
- By "HOP"
PLANT TO RUN
To see what the Nisqu&Uy pow
er plant will do Commissioner
Lawson yesterday arranged to
give the street railway company
$12,000 worth of power for noth
ing and run their street cars and
everything else in the city for 10
days for the purpose of demon
strating just what the new plunt
The test will be made as soon
as the Stone-Webster substation
can be connected up with the city
FIMXK IIICKKY TO
ANSHKIt I-X>R CRIME
(lly United Piwaa 1,.-a-««l Wire.)
BUFFALO, X. V., Nov. 20. —
An indictment charging J. Frank
Hickey, a chemist, with the mur
der of seven-year-old Joseph
Josephs, was returned by the
grand jury today.
Hickey is held at Toms River.
X. J,, having been arrested yen
terdiiy at Whiting. N. J. Young
Josephs' body was found in a
vault at Lackawanna, a suburb of
Buffalo. He was choked to
little girl of yours—she'll
soon he having her hair "done
up," and too, she will be out
growing her childish ways—
and you haven't had her picture
taken since she was in long
dreiMS. You don't exactly
want to keep her as she is—
but you do want to keep the
PO3 lnromn ay.
The official count, while mak
ing many minor changes In the
votes of candidates, does not alter
the election any from the unoffi
cial results announced last week.
Some big surprises are shown by
the figures, however. The ao
cialiHts carried a dozen or more
precincts, mostly out of town,
and ran second In many more.
who hiiH been talking of a con
test, is shown to be 21 voteß lie
hind A. M. Bryan, progressive, in
the 30th district, with little
chance of winnii.g in a conteat.
Roosevelt led all progressives,
Ed Meath was high on the re
publican ticket. Lister gets the
democratic honors, and Homer
T. ltune ran r>oo ahead of the
socialist ticket for prosecuting
Tlio vote on the head of the
tickets was: President —Pro-
gressive, 1t, 074; democrat, 6,-
S.'ir>; republican, 6,. rio 2; socialist,
4,075; prohibition, 9C4; socialist
Governor — Uster, 10,724;
Hodge, !*,.'> 14; llay, G. 972; Ma
ley, :»,.">oti; Stivers, 711; social
PRINCE IS JAILED
BERLIN, Nov. 21>. — Prinea
Nicholas of Thorn and Texas baa
been court-martialed and sentenc
ed to three weeks' confinement to
his room for neglect of duty and
failing lo obey military orders.
Tin- prince is an officer in ttui na
your set of books for the
now year should be or
dered early—aside front
a larger selection of
ready-niades, we manu
facture any special form
required— either bound
Bindery & Ptg. Co.
947 C st. 916 Com. St.