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The United Press Was Brought to Tacoma By the Times--It Has Always Been First to Give the News of the World—And It Is Uncolored and Fair
NO, GRETCHEX, the face that the
BulKirn* liavo got the Turks on
the run will make no difference
in the price of the natoinal bird
a week from today.
VOL. IX. NO. 293.
TURKEY REJECTS TERMS;
BEATEN
FOR $70;
MAYDIE
BAN FRANCISCO NEWSPAPER
MAX MAKES MURDRROUB
ASSAULT ON FRIEND.
"Shorty" LMTMa of Sioux City,
lowa, is hovering on the point of
«'<•;! II) ill tile Kniiuie I'ililllitr
Memorial hospital, and James
Madcr, a newspaper man, former
ly employed on Hie San Francis
co Call, is under arrest, being
held on a charge which will bo
filed as soon as Lnwsims condi
tion is fully determined.
Mader beat Lawson over the
head with a heavy steel bar in the
Tourist hotel at 9 o'clock this
morning while attempting, It is
Bald, to rob his victim of $70.
Doth men arrived here last
night from Portland. Mader had
been drinking heavily, an empty
gin bottle having been found in
his room. Mader registered at
the Tourist hotel early in the
evening, and later brought in
"Shorty," who was assigned a
room next that of Mader on the
third floor.
About 9 o'clock this morning
guests of the hostelry were
aroused by the screams of Law
son coming from the bathroom.
Warren Cady, one of the third
floor roomers, rushed to the
head of the stairs and called to
Manager Frank McLean tuat a
man was being murdered.
Mader burst from the bath
room and ran down the stairs.
He escaped into the alley, with
McLean in hot pursuit, and dou
bled back to Pacific avenue,
where he was caught and held
until the arrival of Detectives
Mondeau, Andrews and Fackler
In the police machine.
He Baid very little, other than
to answer gruffly the questions
of the officers as to his name,
age and occupation.
Lawson was found lying on the
bathroom floor, his head gaping
from a large wound. A steel liar
a foot long covered with blood
was lying beside him, Rnd his
purse, containing $70, lay near
the door.
He was placed in an ambulance
nnd taken to the hospital, where
he is under the care of Dr.
Thomas B. Curran. His condi
tion is uncertain as yet, but very
serious.
In the bathroom struggle, the
porcelain wash bowl was smash
ed Into pieces and lay scattered
about the floor. Lawsons finger
ring, which was of heavy gold,
was broken, probably by a blow
from the heavy bar.
Mader, who gave the name
Wagnor at the police station, is
29 years old. He registered as
having come from Los Angeles,
but said he had been working on
the San Francisco Call. Lawson
is about 30 years old. His peo
ple all live in Sioux City, he told
the night clerk at the hotel last
evening.
D. F. F. Foley was the final
captor of Mader, after his long
run.
Late reports from the bedside
of "Shorty" Lawson this after
noon ar e that he may live. His
condition, however, is very low.
DUMPS COSTLY
AUTO IN BAY
(By Unltfd Pmss Leased Wire.)
OAKLAND, Cal., Nov. 21. —
Because his $4,500 limousine
Bhowed a .balkineKs that would
put a mule to blush, H, H. Hart
of Claremont, millionaire mining
man, ordered the machine dump
ed into the bay.
His chauffeur drove the car
aboard a Southern Pacific ferry
boat, and when In mid-bay, press
ed the self starter, sending the
balky car on its last journey.
$200
CASH
1 "'' Balance on terms to " ",
suit purchaser, for
•• ■ • two lots ■on Tacoma ■• •
ay. between 18th and
"19 th. »
Calvin Philips &Co.
k4*U CKllfor«U Bid*. Utm «
TheTacoma Times
EASY! THINK! AND YOU
CAN LIVE TO BE OVER
1,000 YEARS, MAYBE
Harry the Seer is going to
live to he I,<MHI years old—any
way—|M"rliaps longer.
"Age," says Harry the Seer,
who holds forth in the Temple
of Music and deals in subcon
scious minds, hypnosis, psycho
logiial phenomena, and egos, "is
nut hi iik but a desire to die."
Harry, the Seer, doesn't want
to die. When he has reached
the 1 OOth year of his youth he
declares he will be a mere kid.
Harry fJaze iss his entire name.
He calls himself a Life Cultur
ist. Hti's lecturing here this
week, every evening at the Tem
ple of Music.
"l'iffle," says Harry, the
Seer, when you mention the
grave. "What's the use? Why
not live? KnsW-st thing in the
world, .lust think.
"Think you're. young and
you'll be young," says Harry,
the Seer. "The IMble says, and
SMOTHERED
TO DEATH
LABORER CAUGHT IX ORK niX
AT TACOMA SMELTER
WIIEX TRYING TO DIS
LODGE METAXi.
Missed since ~> o'clock this
morning by his fellow workmen
at the Tacoma smelter, William
Anderson, aged 30 years, was
found shortly liefore noon today
in one of the ore bins, dead.
Evidently the man had made
an attempt to dislodge some
pieces of ore that were choking
one of the chutes and had boon
caught fast by the descending
gate. He had smothered.
The body was removed to the
Hoska-Huekley-King morgue.
ON TRIAL FOR MURDER;
GET MARRIAGE PROPOSAL
(By United Press l>nsed Wire.) by the girl defendant this morn-
COLUMBUS, 0., Nov. 21. — lag.
Continuing her testimony by ex- "You're just my style. I ad
plaining the details of the story mire your nerve and faithfulness
which she hopes will acquit her, to the man who came between
Cecilia Farley, accused of mur- you and Zollinger," wrote one
dering her former sweetheart, farmer. "I am 40, but not half
Alvin Zollinger, took the stand bad looking. WO) you preside
here today. Several mailed pro- over the household duties of my
posals of marriage were received farm after you are acquitted?"
I "REEL" LOVE
DRAMA HERE
MOVIXG PICTURE MANAGER
FIXDS HIMSELF ADVEKTIS-
Xl) AS "THE BIG FKATURH
THIS WKKK," WHEN HE HK-
Tl'ItXH HOME WITH HIS
BRIDE.
Last evening Manager John
Siefert of the Circuit motion pic
ture house slipped quietly into
town with his bride from the east.
His "boys" at the theater had
been kept in the dark, he thought.
Arriving at their rooms in the
Bostwlck hotel, however, bride
and goom discovered that the
boys had prepared for their cora-
Stretched across the hall be
fore the door of their apartments
was a large canvas sign bearing
their names as principals in a
"Love Drama" which was "The
Big Feature This Week."
Somewhat taken aback the
couple entered their rooms to
find them liberally decorated with
old shoes, ribbons and placards,
all undoubtedly the work of the
"little bird.' 1
LONDON, Nov. 21.—Belgrade
dispatches received here today
quote Premier Pasitsch of Servla
a« denying that bis government
has yielded to Austria on the
question of Adriatic port.
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i> dinner than will Pierce county jail prisoners. • \: "<S>
<8> Retiring Sheriff Robert Longmire has promised "the <S>
•■ boys" a generous supply of turkey and apple : sauce, and <$>
••> Charles Newcomib has agreed to put forth his best efforts as •*
•> a culinary expert on that day. i «5 ■*•■-;>- ', = : - J**
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THE ONLY INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER IN TACOMA
the child shall be 500 years
old, or something to that ef
fect."
Harry, the Seer, claims he
has a kid friend down in San
Francisco who's just finished
eating his 118 th birthday cake.
He doesn't want to die, either.
He's a physical culture instructor
and his name is Captain Goddard
Diamond.
Can you picture the world a
lot of gray-whiskered old chaps
with bald heads playing mar
bles and calling each other "Skin
ney" mid "Porkey" and "Hriik"
and such other names as should
rightly conic from a hunch of
such young rascals?
"Overpo])ulated?" exclaims
Harry, the Seer. "Well, when you
consider that all the people in
the world should be comfortably
seated within the confines of the
state of Texas, does it look like
we could overpopulate it?
"People are beginning to real
ize, too, that small families anil
better ones arc the real thing to
strive for.
"Sure, anybody can live to be
as old as lie or she likes. AH
you've u<>t to do is lake cure of
yourself, paying most attention to
your subconscious mind. When
you reach the age at which peo
ple hi-nin calling you old take up
new studies, unfold new fields of
mental development, take v bath,
and you're a kid again."
150 IN NET NOW
(By I'nited PW lA-JMH'd Wire.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 21.
—As a result of the government's
country-wide probe into the meth
ods of alleged quack doctors and
manufacturers of patent medi
cnies detrimental to the public
health, incomplete reports receiv
ed here today show that 150 per
sons implicated are now under
arrest.
CITY CASE IN
SUPREME COURT
Tacoma's city attorney Bent
briefs to Washington today in the
case of Manley Ettor, father of
Joe Ettor, now on trial at Law
rence, Mass., who is suing the
ctiy for damages for a street
grade before his home, and which
is the only case the city ever had
to reach the supreme court.
PLAYS ON WITH
A BROKEN NECK
ALMA, Mioh., Nov. 21.—Lying
in the hospital here in a serious
condition, Captain Ephie Johnson
of the Alma college football
team, was informed today that he
played through Saturday's game
against Detroit with a broken
neck.
Y. M. C. A. GUESTS.
Baptist church members of the
city will tonight be the guests of
the Y. M. C. A. Special enter
tainment will be furnished by the
young men of the association in
the way of athletic sports and
special stunts in the swimming
tank.
SEATTLE, Nov. 21.—Local
agents of Frank Waterhouse &
Co. here today received with glee
the short cable: "Yokohama-
Curzon." This signifies that the
big freighter Lord Curzon, 45
days out from Seattle and 19 days
overdue at Yokohama, is safe in
port.
TACOMA, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1912.
The Wee Wife of Lawyer
Stood Steadfast And She
Reaped Her Rich Reward
The Wee Woman nnd Her Big Hoy, .T. Matthew Murray, freed
of tho charge of grand larceny, nnd his wife who has stood by his
side constantly declaring him innocent.
Oh, wish me luck!"
It was said to Jim Longmire,
day jailer for the county :of
I'ierce, and i aim- from a wee
woman who had sat through the
long afternoon back of the.great
steel doors with n big —her
big hoy— while the shadow of the
burred windows had crept: across
the floor and had grown long on
opposite wall. .■. i. ;j
It was said in a voice that was
filled with fear and ;. desolate
hope as her eyes were filled with
tears. The critical moment r. of
their lives had come, for the.wfee
woman and the big boy, for j.l.
Mathew Murray and his- wiife
were going up to the courtroojm
to learn the jury's verdict. •v-jT
A few hours before J. Mat
thew Murray, attorney for him
self, pleading with this -,-' jury,
had said: "Justice means to me
here—liberty — vindication
—exoneration — all—my — wife
—my child."
That —all that — his if this
jury that had called him back
again to the courtroom should
have found him "not guilty" of
robbing Peter Pappas, a ' Greek
bootblack, of $135.
But if their verdict was— -
"I'll stick to him always,
whether they send him to the
penitentiary or not, Mr. . Long
mire, because I know he's inno
cent," said the wee woman. "But,
oh, wish me luck!"
And Jim Longmire, the jailer,
who had field the key to J. Mat
thew Murrays cell since Septem
ber 27, stretched out his i hand
and grasping that of the wee
woman, said, "I do wish you luck,
little woman, with all my heart"
The we woman sat at the side
of her uncle, John E. Murray, a
big mill owner of Buckley. Her
face was blanched.
J. Matthew Murray, the boy at
torney, sat at the table behind
Attorney John Leo, a man grown
old in the service.
Judge Chapman seated himself,
at the bench, and the jury filed
in. . : There was not a smile ton
their faces. ' Seemingly they look
ed "conviction." -.-••■., .'.;':?;/«■,
"Gentlewomen and men of the
jury," asked the court, "have you
reached a verdict?"
"We have," replied the fore
man.
"The clerk will read the ver
dict," announced the court.
"We the jury, , having carefully
considered' all . the < evidence • in
this case, "the paper read, "find
the defendant not ■ guilty of ■' the
crime as charged." > ' "<* ,• V~* I
The big : boy, for ; the •' second
time in that courtroom that day,
bowed :hi head _ Into his . bands
while surging emotion < shook his
tram*. ■;•,.,-,-■. _ , n
And the wee woman—
With the great joyful exclama
tion, "Oh!" the wee woman bur
ied her head in her uncle's arms.
\ "I'm so glad," she sobbed,
"{'m so glad."
| ''It will only be ten minutes
more,' said Jim Longmire to the
wee woman who was waiting out
side the doors of the county jail.
Inside. J. Matthew Murray was
being heaped with the heartfelt
well wishes of 50 prisoners, the
men with whom he had lived
nearly two months. He thanked
them all and shook hands and
smiled back at them. Hut one
was not at the door. It was
Charles Newcomb, the murderer.
Who has waited three long years
for the time to come when he
may realize the appeal J. Mat
thew .Murray secured for him to
the state supreme court where he
will bo tried again for the mur
der of Martin Kvalshaug. He had
cooked ,T. Matthew Murray's
meals since the attorney had
come to live at the county jail.
Charles Newcomb was not at the
door to say goodby.
, J. Matthew Murray darted in
to the kitchen. Newcomb was
peeling potatoes for supper.
"Goodby, Charles," said Mur
ray, Tin going away tonight, no
need of any potatoes for me."
i Newcomb turned, wiping his
hands on his apron. His tall,
Elnewy figure seemded a little
more bent, and his pale face was
fad,
i "Goodby," was all he said as
ke extended his hand which re
gained gripped with Murray's to
tile door.
■* "(loodby, Jim," said Murray,
coming out.
.[ "Goodby, Matt," answered
Longmire.
T "Come, dear, let's go home,"
■whispered the wee woman, taking
line big boy by the hand.
* Charles Newcomb stood look
ing through the grating, the last
■MB
i "It's made a man of him,
Charles." said Jim Longmire. ■
f "Yes," said Newcomb, "it has.
Jl'm ■ glad for the ■ ltltle woman.
She's been game all the way
through." -,-■•-'
a • ' —•
I News Items From
■ the Hicktown Bee,
Several bricks ha* fell outen
■ the chimney on the M. K. meet
. Ing house and unless they are
fixed by Saturday night there
may be no sermon Sunday.
There was no strangers ; in
In town yesterday,' ■ *
It looks like rain for a
change, don't It? ' ■ - :
•Advice Is cheap, L>afe Water*«T
- tower says, ;so long cas - you
don't follow non* of It '
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WAR RENEWED
8 FLOORS
TOPPLE
OVER
PORTLAND skvschai'KU COX
TAIMX(i OIII'HKUM TIIKA.
XEH ALMOST FALLS TO
PIECES.
(IJ.V United Press Leased Wire.)
PORTLAND, Ore, Nov. 21.—
Eight floors on the Sixth street
side of the Marquam building, a
sky scraper In the heart of the
business section, collapsed wtih a
detonation that could be heard
for blocks about noon today.
The streets are, roped off in the
vicinity of the building, and a
complete collapse of the .great
structure is not improbable. The
building contains the Orpheum
theater and many office rooms.
It Is probable the buildings on all
sides will be cleared of their oc
cupants and a wide district rooed
if preesnt large cracks in the
building Increase.
No one was injured.
CUPID BAFFLED
(Hy United IVoss Leased Wire.)
SEATTLE, Nov. 81.— Balked
nt every turn, Rlgio Custodio, a
Porto Rican from San Francisco,
and Taka Muraoka, his Japanese
sweetheart, who eloped from
there early this week, are in
Canada today.
It was reported that Papa Mu
raoko was coming north in. an
effort to coax his daughter to re
turn, and bo the pair continued
their flight northward to Van
couver, H. ('., where they will
make another attempt to wed.
SENTENCE
YOUTH
Tom O'Malloy, a Tacoma
youth, is today bound for the
state reformatory at Monroe for
having attempted to "hold up"
the National Hank of Commerce
last summer with a wooden gun.
Judge Clifford passed sentence
upon him this morning remanding
him to the institution for an in
definite time.
THEY ARE FAKES
(liy United I'rcss leased Wire.)
I3OKTOX, Nov. 21.— Police here
today think postcards received
yesterday which were believed to
have given clues to the slayer of
seven-year-old Joseph Josephs in
a lluffalo suburb are. fakes. They
say that J. Frank Hickey, the
man arrested for the crime, was
in Huston and implicated in sev
eral attacks on children here.
APPOINTS CHIEF
(Hy Iniled Press Leased Wire.)
PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. 21.—
Mayor A. 0. Rushlight, in a
proclamation today, turned the
police department of the city
over to Judge Gatens, presiding
officer of the juvenile court, on
account of the fact that the pres
ent vice scandal has gotten be
yond the power of the juvenile
officers to control.
QUAKE KILLS
(Hy I'nited Tress Leased Wire.)
MEXICO CITY, NOV. II. —Re-
newal of the report that the town
of Acanbay, in the northern part
of the state of Mexico, was razed
in Tuesday's earthquake iras
reached El Ora, and a numiber of
physicians are hastening to the
scene. It is said that 100 per
sons were killed. The town num
bered 2,000 inhabitants.
DREADNAUGHTS
(Ily I'nited I'ivnh Leased Wire.)
BREMERTON, Nov. 21. —
Dreadnaughts can dock in pairs
at the Puget Sound navy yard if
the plans of Washington's con
gressmen-elect do not go astray.
W. E. Humphrey, Albert Johnson
and J. W. Bryan, members of the
next lower house, pledged them
selves to work for a third dry
dock here, at a recent banquet
which was also attended by Ad
miral Cottman and Reynolds.
GIFT FOR HOSPITAL
(Ily United Press Leased Wire.)
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 21. —
Mrs. George Widener Elk ins, jr.,
hag intimated to friends that the
new Abington General hospital is
to be surprised with a gift of
"not less than |100,000." The
gift Is supposed to be from Mrs.
George D. Widener.
HOME EDITION 30 CENTS A MONTH.
Hetty Green Has a
Birthday Today
MRS. HETTY GHKKN.
(Hy United PraM Leased Wire.]
NEW YORK. .Nov. L'l. Today
is Hetty Green's 7Sth birthday
anniversary. Mrs. Green did nut
spend many of her millions in
riotous livinK. but "dSg in " to
nioney-inakiiiK, as usual, in her
business Office hero.
IS. HEALEY
LEWES RAGE
WITHDRAWN FROM CONTEST
FOR VACANCY IN SCHOOL
BOARD, LEAVING TWO CAN-
I)II»ATKS TO CONTEST: FOR
.ion.
Believing the presence of two
women candidates In the race for
the vacancy OB the .school board
would defeat the purpose for
which she says she entered the
lists, Mrs. Ida W. Healey, one of
the candidates, lias today with
drawn her name from the ballot.
"I believe the best. inteiostM '>T
our public ichooli would be con
served by having a woman on
the board," says Mis. Ilialvy,
"and I permitted my name to be
used as a candidate,
"Since that time another wom
an has entered the Held. Aa I
considered the place only because
of my convictions in the matter
and not from a desire for posi
tion, and I believe two women
candidates would defeat my prim
ary purpose, 1 announce my
withdrawal."
Tliis leaves Mrs. Ahliie Sanford
and Attorney Kowder I). Brown
in the race for the vacancy on
the. board.
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♦ WOMEN TALK LESS THAN •«■
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•> LONDON, Nov. 21.— <?•
♦ Women talk loss than men, 4>
♦ at least In Finland, accord- ♦
4> ing to Miss Tekla Multin, ♦
♦ doctor of arts of Helsing- <••
♦ fors university and a mem- <J>
<?> her of the Finnish parlia- 4
■•> ment, now visiting here. ♦
<?> "There are 14 women in 4>
<?> our parliament," 'she said, ■•
♦ "and the reason we get •■
♦ along so well is the fact that
<?> we make fewer and shorter ♦
♦ speeches per capita than ♦
♦ the men." ■•
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ALL THIFTY HOUSEWIVES
ARE ANXIOUS TO SAVE
Therefore they are careful buyers and
lean closely the bargains offered by the dif
ferent merchants in all the different lines
of merchandise. For instance, hi this aft
ernoon's Times, on page 8, will be found
the advertisement of I'aulsou Bros., the
•'store for everybody" in which they have
quoted some very interesting prices that
will crowd the store all day tomorrow with
pager buyers.
About the only people not v?
reading Times Want Ads are t*
immediate vicinity of 48th an*
live ones are keen for them.
TOMORROW Ik the last day for the
Turkey TlinnksKi vliik Menu
contest. If you would have the
nice plump ViikiuiH bird -to
gruro your table,. Ju«t read all
•bout it on l>uge fire today.
SULTAN
SPURNS
PEACE
CONSTANTINOPLE ALREADY
IIKAKK CANNONADING OF
TUN ATTACKING FORCES.
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♦ Till-; WAR IX BRIEF. <«>
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♦ Cessation of hostilities <?>
-•• has been ordered. ■$>
■v Ilelieved allies will not <$>
• insist upon too onerous <$>•
i •■ terms. <$>
I ■•> Turks fill Sophia mosque •
■•• with cholera patients to keep #
■•■ out allies. <$>■
*«> Fresh troops arriving <3>
■•> daily from Asia .Minor. ••>
<*■• Uelieved that BulgartanT^';
•■ troops are hampered by <&
# transport difficulties. <?>
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IIUIIAI'KST, Nov. at.—Con
"liiiitin<i|il<- dJapMtrhe* received
here todiiy say that the Round of
|m at sou In ■■dlble at the
s<uitli<*rn entrance i:\ this 1:..-
--p!i(iius. N<> explanation i> .i\<h.
I No ItulKiirimis retreated tmluy
four milt - to l irin lies <ut-iilt' the
'I iliiitaljit fort ifictit ions.
LONDON, Nov. 21. — Special
dispatches to a London news
CRency today say that Turkey has
rejected the terms of the Balkan
allies and that Xazim Pasha has
been ordered to resume fighting.
The dispatch is unconfirmed,
and Is not credited here. It is
thought possible, however, that
tho Turks have refuse tho orißin- ;
Hi terms offered and that thl»
gave rise to the report of a re
sumption of hostilities.
iv.ico negotiation* Itotueon
<i'»-iierul Savoff, roniinander in
chief of the llulgurian army, and
Xa/.iin Piisha, Hie commander of
• lie Turkish army, begun todny at
Iliideinkeui village, near the Hni-s
of Trlintnlju, on either side of
which ilio two armies we en
camped.
BOARD ORDERS
PENSION PAID
IIIIKMAX'S PKNHION IIOAItn
MARKS DKMAKII THAT
MKS. KOBKTICH UK I'AI1»
MONTHLY SIM KOK OKATH
OF HKB sox.
The firemen's pension board
this morning ordered rierk X"
wards to draw the warran'
pay Mrs. Louisa Kobetl
uensloa of MS.tO a mor
the death of her son,
Schwartzer.
Deputy Treasurer L'd
said ho would not pay a
signed only by Clerk
unlesß the city attor,
proves it as legal.
Controller Meads refrir>
draw the wnrrant, asserting iuv
claim was illegal.
It i.mains to be seen whether
thi> city attorney will hold tliat
a woman in nun a situation can
still claim her son as her sup
port.

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