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Thursday, Nov. 21,1912.
Real Estate Transfers
229 C L Parker & w( to Laura
Bchmltt 3.8 a in n2 ne so 3- J
18-3 being tract 18 Spanaway
gnln tracts 260
230 Mary 10 Town to A 1' Prud
den L 1 to 4 ill Millers 3 >1
Puy L 5 to 7 it 3 Millers 2 ad
233q0 Lulu B Walker to Annie
M York >/s a In L 2 sue 2-20
--3 being tract 13 Lawlur Cos
% a tracts 1
234 Geo Luwler Co to same
tract 12 same plat 10
238 H N & Fred C Blake to S
Warburton LI to 11 Nixon
L,tke tracts 1
239 Same to 10 13 Brockaway Li
7 same plat 10
240 Hume to .Tno M Boyle & E
13 Broekaway L 14-20--7 same
214 Frank 1) Keo & wl to Jno
1) Nero L6li 5 West ad Fern n
H .' 100
245 C M & P 8 Ry Co to Ore-
Wash II It & Nay Co 4305 sq
ft Including portion of tract
2 lnd ad 1
249 Savage Inv Co to (ico II
Miller L 49-50 B 11 Fletcher
llts ad .; 500
250 Jas & Julia G Williams to
Marshall Shelton blk iS Brook
251 O H Hasmusson & wf to
Flelshmann Co tract .. replat
Thompsons nd Smnr 1250
252 Alex Knight to Joe & Luigi
Iteda nJ b2 nl nw sw 8-19-1.. 750
|S4ac J A Wolbert & wf to Axel
Tveter L 11-12 B 1725 T .... 1
255 Axel Tveter & wf to Tar Suv
& I- Assn L 11-12 B 1725 Cmnn
with al L. 11-12 15 1710 T... . 1
259 Irene E Anderson to C V
Hamilton L 4 & c 15 ft L 5
rark&nad..| .. ••:••• 10
205 Jno W Bray & wf to A L)
Ryder & wf I- 17 College place
lying south of Blk 7 Smnr 350
2GS c. .1 & L M McPherson to
Gco W Peterson & W H San
ford L 15-10 B 1 Palmer Ilts
ad • • 1
269nc'ida M Wing to Peleg 11
Wing MO to 12 B 3730 1.... 1
276 C O & Sarah F Russell to
Mary I Adams e2 no « ne 35
--20-t & n2 ho sw no :'..,-.10-4. .1800
277 A A Husgel & wf to same
Wl no sw no 35-20-4 . ,; 2400
27S Mary I Adams to o*o N
Arinmd <-2 no 8W pc 30-20-4,
n2 M sw ne 35-20-1; w2 no
ew no 35-20-4 ••;••;• au
279Kmanucl Palmer * Vt ?
Sarah B Poole L 6 & n2 L 7
B (SI Cntrl ad ■••• iv
282 11 W McFarlane & wf to
Alvln Muchler tract in nw se
it. ]o-4 "uu
283 OttO P Muehlcr & o A Kin
Muehler & wvs to J t. & X «j
Uankin that part of el nl n
nw ■■ & -2 "2 s2 n2 nw sb
17-20-4 lyln« south of C M is
P 8 lty r of w • • • • • ; • • *
264 Alvln Muehler & Wl to J C
& n C SUnkin that part of e2
s2 a n2 DW so and M nw 17
--20-4 lying n of center line of
Wapato creek • • ■ • • l
28«<ic l A II Barnhlsol '* 'wf to
Edwin Belle 2nd class tldlnds
bet n & ■ lines extending east
erly of Ll7 blk B Harbor HtJ 1
294 Anther Jacobs to Jas Bruco i()
11 Scow n 38 ft L 1 to 4 B
SOD Park & Bail .... • •••••• Bs°
809 B A Orowl & wf to Louis
M Hoffman & vrf L .-8 U » 1
CrnwU 1 ail ....•• .■**« Vi
Rin Klianor Kutcliin to M « «
Warren n2 J. B BI BW^ 10
411 Bleanor ?* | l» n Ai'ii 10
\\*arr.-n riLiBI l>ay Is.. 1°
315 lillzabeth A Worley to It
A & D C Stapleton n2 L 23
n 8 Stouts O V* ad ■••• lv
•^•W W MTtA 100
Jt»itfA."ffitA r r BwV;irint 1M
«2Sqo rhui W B»«»"--^1m'bS
Jtc M Mason i 4.0.. xl 23..>10
ft In blk 134 Ski Land 2 ad. ■ 10
32? 7G^ orr^nd-i"Tim«;eVCo
3-to°J M Korsberg & wf 02 .c io()o
m cC BeUß rrlo°w *wV liobt
83 A ShlwL 1-2 » 2909 sup 450
Rlchter * wf 7.02 a In L 2 sec
342 D I-. Andrews to MtU »' „
Wobster L 1-2 B C MoK Pit
343 dA n'oimitVa 'to j "A* ijwa'n
L 1 to 4 B 40 Coulters ad....1200
846 Thoa B MeWl.trtcr & w! to
j L Wadiworth L -0--1 b ■ «
Kirst ad 111 kly Pk ........ •
347 BenJ .1 Rushmer & wf to
same L 6-9-15 V 6 Belmore ad 10
350 Edw J Donahue & wf to r
M Slack 75x120 ft near East
"^C & 34 tH «••••••• •'
til Same to same L 8 to 10 B
14 L 19 to 21 B 18 MoK Pk
4adLl to 9 B 8949 lnd ad. . 10
352 Same to Fred M Slack s 6*
ft L 27-28 B 8642 lnd ad L 6
to 11 B 8934 lnd ad .....1124
358 Warren Brown & wf to W
II Mendenhall & wf L 9-10 »
2 Votaws 2 ad ... .3300
IST Win Miller to H I Heller
tract In no so 17-20-4 500
35S Wm Miller to Herman J
Heller w2 s2 s2 ne so 17-20-4 4000
TIDKS AT TACOMA KIIIDAY
Time. ?? lst- ,
3:41 a. m. ......> J. 6 feet
7:38 a. m 7.8 feet
1:33 p. m IJ-J J eeJ
8:40 p. m. 1-7 feet
HmD ' Glaiseg Fitted
IQs W^iWeil Il'"8t Servlco
I 9 ifijfiSJ' Lowest Prices
' JP^Mf^Pl OPTICAL GO.
\*RjMF}flUtt Masonic Temple
. Tacoina, Wash.
.Heftier Eros. Fuel &.
Main 3990 /
So. 14th and S>.w
(Hj Vnited RM leased Wire.)
NEW YORK, Nov. 21. —Sam
Sohepps, one of the men In
volvod in the ileatli of Gambler
Herman Rosenthal, for which Po
lice Lieutenant Charles F. Beck
er Is under sentence of death and
four gunmen are convicted of
first degree murder, was today re
lease diioni the Tombs and a for
mal charge of vagrancy against
hi iii\\;i.; dismissed. Schepps
went at once to the office of a
lawyer to arrange for alimony for
his divorced wife.
WANTS IT NOW
(By United Press leased Wire.)
SEATTLE, Nov. 21. —Before
the supreme court today a fight
has been started over tin mining
stock now valued at $130,000 left
by Leslie Crim, Alaskan prospec
tor and miner, who died here sev
eral years ago in a destitute con
dition. Crim fell sick and bor
rowed $390 on the 200,000 shares
worth $1 par value. He gave the
stock to Thomas IT. Gurley, a
Holy Holler who nursed him.
Gurley found the note overdue
but time to pay was grasted.
When ho returned the note had
been taken up by Sadie Smith,
who held the stock. She sold it
to her sister Jennie Sorgent. Gur
ley wants to redeem the stock by
paying principal aHd interest on
(!ly United Pr«H l.i-:,- (l | Wire.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. ll.—
Armed and masked, a Chinese
hold-up man attempted to rob
Miss Lilly I^evy, a guest at the
Belvedere hotel, here. The
woman's screams caused the
Chinese to flee, and two police
tten took up chase. A boy
named Wong Dong was captured
and is believed by Miss Levy to
be the highwayman.
(By Vnited M« bMfrti Wire.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 21.—
"I have come for Paulle Jenks
and Jenette Fromisch, runaway
girls from Los Angoles," said a
prim little woman with a busi
nesslike air, dreHsed In a blue
serge suit, who entered the of
fice of Captain Jack O'Meara,
clerk of the chief of police here
"We have instructions to turn
the girls over to Officer Shatto,"
replied the astonished O'Meara.
"I am that officer," replied the
young woman, displaying a small
Jolinnnn. Hotter Brail, 2.1 years, nt
a hospital. Remain* at Jloska-
Vllml. Mrs. Carrie, 4 1 years, who
died yesterday, from Hoika-Buok
liy-KtiiK's chapel, today at 1 p. m.
Interment. Tacoma cemetery.
rhnpprl, Charles s., 30 years, who
died in Portland, Body belnpr sent
here for burial from lloska-Buck
MiiKiiiilcdr, Mrs. C, 68 years,
Saturday at 2 p. m., from Mellln
gfr's chapel. Kntombment maus
liuiNell, Mrs. Minn, nnnlnst Bam
uel, granted. Alimony $20 a month,
custody of two children to wife.
Drunkenness and cruelty.
Ilrrrkton, Mrs. Klnora, ner.'ilnst
William, granted. Alimony $20 a
■■'rrKniun. Mrs. Susie, against
Esalas, granted. Desertion.
Iliirk. William, against Mrs. Clau
dle, filed. Alleged desertion. Mar
riage, Tacoma, October 20, 1909.
] MAltl.Ni; 7
Stra. Tricolor and Kukokl Maru
due Nov. 29 to load wheat for Ori
Nwprn, str. August due in 10 days
to load grain for United Kingdom.
Str. Arabian en route from San
Francisco for general freight.
Fr. s. Verclngtorix will leave
■oon with wheat for United King
Str. Talthyblus due Saturday with
silk and passengers from Orient.
Str. Panama Maru loading at Mil
waukee dock for Orient.
Str. Montara left for San Fran
cisco with freight.
Str. Governor left port yesterday.
Br. str. Amur'left for north.
Str. Watson arrived from San
Str. Yrfknn leaves for north No
Str. Sado Maru due In Victoria to
day from Orient.
crnno the cub
IF ALL EUROPE BECOMES INVOLVED IN GENERAL WAR OVER THE SPOILS OF THE
CONFLICT IN THE BALKANS
Attorney J. Matthew Murray,
dismissed yesterday from a charge
of grand larceny in the superior
court before Judge Chapman, to
day faces a similar charge.
He is accused of having em
bezzled $ir>o from E. E. Harding
May JS, 1912. He is out of jail
on $\oo bonds.
When the jury, consisting of
five women and seven men, re
turned a verdict of "not guilty"
yesterday his 19-year-old wife
rushed to the jury box, tears of
joy gushing down her cheeks, and
kissed each one, crying out, "Oh,
I'm so glad, I'm so glad."
Many of Murray's legal friends
were in the court room and hur
ried to his side with congratula
tions. He was noticably moved.
After the jury had been out
four hours there came suddenly
from their room the sound of
clapping of hands and cheers.
Ten minutes later the verdict was
SHE BRINGS SUIT
NORTH YAKIMA, Wash., Nov.
21.—Charging that he left halt a
pair of forceps In her abdomen
while operating on her, Mrs. Em
ma Ilickey, of Sunnyside, is again
suing Dr. Wilbur Fordyce for
$25,000 damages here today. The
first trial resulted in a disagree
BILL $6; COST $20
Ed L.evine, convicted of an at
tempt to beat a $6 board bill, has
begun a term In the county Jail
sy which he must serve out a fine
of $20 and costs imposed by the
THE TACOMA TIMES.
JOHNSON PLEADS NOT
GUILTY TO CHARGE OF
(By United Press leased Wire.)
CHICAGO, Nov. 21. — Jack
Johnson, the negro prize fighter,
was called before United States
Judge Carpenter and pleaded not
guilty to the charge of smuggling
a $6,900 diamond necklace into
Johnson did not plead to the
charge against him of white slav
The negro was given three
weeks to file a demurrer to the
smuggling charge. lie recently
RELATIVES GIVE UP HOPE
OF FINDING LOST BROTHER
Two brothers and a sister of
Goorge Sandstrom, the boy who
wandered away from the Gould
ranch near Woodland two weeks
ago, and two deputy sheriffs, as
well as neighbors and friends,
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♦ Eat lettuce and you will never get smallpox. This Is <$>
<$> said to be a fact, and as lots of lettuce is now coming to mar- <s>
♦ ket Turoiua ought to have no need of a contagious hospital. ♦
?> Wheat took a drop of a cent a bushel yesterday, Be a <?>
<$> good idea to buy some now and feed those pullets, for eggs •>
<£> are still 50 cents a dozen. <S>
GAVE DREAM JOB
(By V nlted Press Leased Wire.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 21. —
Besides charged with fleecing
more than 800 local women on a
suit club swindle, Charles W.
lliokey appeared in Superior
Judge Dunne's court here today
to answer to a more serious
charge of sending laborers to
Siskiyou county to fill imaginary
positions after accepting fees
from the victims.
THE WATER IS COLD IN
offered to plead guilty to this
charge if the government would
accept a Tine. This Offer of com
promise was refused.
The Xovombcr meet Ing of the
Sons of the American Revolution
will be hold at the residence of
Compatriot to. H. Judsoa, r.ii
North C street at 8 o'clock Kri
day evening, November 22,
have today given up the search
of the forest for the young man.
It is HOW believed he may be
alive and on his way to a broth
er living in Idaho. The woods
for miles around the Gould home
have been thoroughly covered.
JOHN D., NURSE
(By liii»ed IVess Tensed Wire.)
WASHINGTON, I). C, Nov. 21.
—John I). Rockefeller sent to
the Red Cops here today $5,000
to be used fur the relief of the
wounded 1 in the Balkan war with
out regard to race, creed or
Rockefeller expressed his
willingness to contribute more
money if it is nneded.
<s> HEM) RATHRB WALK <8>
i> . <e>
>• PORT HAMMOND, B. ♦
♦ O.i Nov. II, — Posses are <$>
♦ searching for one of four ♦
*■ manacled prisoners, who ♦
>«> leaped from a moving Cana- <?>
?> dian Pacific train near here ♦
♦ last night and escaped. ♦
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(By I'niti'd IMess fjTMpJ Wire.)
CINCINNATI, 0., Nov. 21. —
With a full jury selected, the trial
of tlio National Cash Register of
ficials began here today. The or-
Eanizatoin is being attacked by
the government under the Sher
man anti-trust law.
"Did you know Smith was
Operated on the other day?"
"Is that bo; what for?"
"He hud .splinters iv his stom
arh from eating a club sand
HUBBY IS JAILED
Louis E. Revere, according to |
his wile Louisa, has failed to sup- i
port her. although he Is an able
bodied longshoreman capable of
earning good wages. He is in the
county jail charged with non-sup
port, being unable to raise a $500
- By "HOP"
TO BE $500,000
Two hundred and six citizens
of tho state. Including the .gover
nor, ex-Goxernor Mead, four rep
resentatives, five senators, one
congressman-elect and delegates
representing 29 dln*or<?nt commer
cial organizations hero last night
went on record for a Washington
appropriation of $r>oo,uoo for the
J. B, t'hlllmrtf was endorsed
as Washington exposition com
missioner, and head of a ■jweia]
permanent and booster commit
tee of the state which Is meeting
THE LAW ON LOAN SHARKS
The Mate law prohibits ANYBODY from charging ANY
BODY more than TWELVE PKB CENT a year on any kind of
If Tolinnn, or Drake, or (lie "State Security Co." or any
other loan shark hns attempted to collect MOItK THAN' OMB
PER CENT A MONTH from you under any pretext whatever,
come to the Times office mid state your case.
You need not pay one rent of interest If such an attempt
at extortion ha* 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
Hut nhove nil, REFUSE TO PAY TIIK IXTKItEST IF IT
IS MOItiC THAN TWELVE WAI CENT A YEAK.
THAT'S THE I.WV!
Tim Tacoma Sociological soci
ety is the name of a new organi
zation just formed in Tacoma for
Hi" study and discussion of all
social, ethical, economic and
moral problems, and the organl
zution starts out with 4 0 mem
bers. ('. K. Muckler Is the presi
dent and It is expected it will be
affiliated with similar societies
to bo formed In all the cities of
A meeting with an interacting
program will be held nt Odd Pel
lows' hull Saturday evening,
Do not. postpone the Opening of a savings arrnnnt slmp'y
became of the imallaeu of your first deposit. All thlnßH, you
know, must, liave their beginning. The biR thtnps of today were
little things of yosterday— Remember, we receive deposits as
low as a dollar.
4 o/o BANKERS TRUST CO. BANK 40, o
BJaJfKUM tiu'st miLi>i\(;, tacoma, wash.
fji/ McMillan Bros.
J2| Cut Rate Druggists
Friday and Satur
Double &X Green
COUPON WAKE IT!
flood for 10 "8, & II." $1.00 Alarm RK#»'
(■ri-cii Sunups extra with Clucks UUb
ik purchase of - lie or I I
°FrW and Saturday. PATENT PKKPAKATIOXS
I __ 35c Cas- OOp
loiiiKi IMtKI'AHATIOXS s()c Beef 00 «
ISfl Horated Talcum Q. Extract «... G£b
Powder OC $1.00 Reef, iron 7Q»»
25c Lyons Tooth IC. and Wino Ob
Powder IOC $1.00 Kmulslon Cod 7Q/»
2.".c Kuthyraol Tooth IC. Liver Oil IJC
Paste ldl» $1.03 Syrup Hypo- 7Q«
50c Myrain's Milk- 00*» phosphites Comp, .. . I tilt
weed Cream J&.G $1.00 Pinkham's . . CQ«
50c Senipre Q9r» Compound 00 v
Glovine G&b $1.00 Traxo or CQ»»
50c Stadium QRi* Fruitola OGb
Cream 0Dl» 50c Syrup QO«i
I6e Princess Tooth 4t A Figs Gfcb
Paste IDC 25c Us- 1C p
COc Theatrical QKr« terine lOb
Cream Gub 25c Mcnthola- IKf»
75c Pinaud's RQ>« turii ••• ■*''*
Vegetal wub 50c Denver Qf!
75c Willow's Toilet CC A Mud •• G3b
Waters wwb „__________»„.
~ LADIES'- IfAM) HAGS
S «.t|ere for McDonald's US 1-3 PKII CKUT Oq
Salt J,ako Candies. 83 1-3 «» CBW OP
GUARANTEED vi i;iti;r. isnrsiii:s
GOODS $2.r,0 Hair «>■»
3-qt. Hot Water Bottles, _• •*'lp}v -..«-.-- *
reg. $2.00; O1 AQ 'I.GO Hair th
special Brushes . .-.. .\ .'
2-qt. Hot Water Bottles, 75c Hair V*~^
reg. $1.75; 91 OQ Brushes
special d 1 1£9 75c Hair
3-Qt. Combinations, • 1 Qf| Brushes /
$2.75; special ... . — -rr^'
These goods are guaranteed. J **"* —^~—**^
Can be returned if not sat*'
isfactory. . (j^**
today to take steps for ways and
moans of making Washington's
part in the exposition prominent.
T. H. Martin was made secretary
of thia committee and HalpU
Stacy, Tacoma, treasurer.
tlovernor Hay said he wanted
Washington's display to excel even
May no A. Zan, San Francisco,
said the exposition would open
February, 1915, nnd run continu
ously for nine full months.
It is expected 1,200,000 people
from east of the Rockies will
come and Washington will try to
get them up this way.
Tlie Demons of fie Sunnip
arc mo3qultos. 'As they sting
they put deadly malaria germs
in the blood. Then follow the icy
chills and the fires of fever. The
appetite fllea and the strength,
fails; also malaria often puvoa
the way for deadly typhoid, nut
Electric Bitters kill and cast out
the malaria germs from thu
blood; give you a fino appctlto
and renew your strength. "After
long suffering," wrote Win. Fret
well, of Lunaina, X. C, "three bot
tles drove all the malaria tram
my system, and I've had good
health ever since." Best fur all
stomach, liver and kidney ills.
50c at Ilyner Malstrom Drug Co.,
938 Pacific ay.