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Monday, Nov. 25,1912.
(Ny United Press Leased Wire.)
LONDON, Nov. 25 —With every
able-bodied male in Bulgaria al
ready at the front and further
reinforcements impossible, it is
believed here today that Turkey
is in a position to demand mod
erately liberal peace terms from
the Balkan allies.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Nov. 25.
.—The Ikdam, a leading Constan
tinople newspaper, says today
that Turkey and the Balkan allies
have agreed upon a week's arm
The report of state inspectors
denominating many claims paid
by school directors of the county
schools is illegal, has caused a
flood of protests and personal
kicks at the county auditor's of
fice by the directors criticised by
the state board.
The illegal claims paid are said
to be purely technical and Coun
ty Auditor Stewart says there is
no hint at fraud in any of the
Calvin J. Carr, treasurer-elect,
has announced his corps of as
sistants in the county treasury
for his terni of office as .follows:
William Tumor, chief deputy;
T. R. Darr, second deputy; Geo.
Moath, cashier; G. N. Tauson, aß
sistant caßhler; Fred L. Mills,
bookkeeper; W. C. Fowler, assist
ant bookkeeper; O. E. Dahlgren,
certificate clerk; Charles Wilcox,
segregation clerk; J. A. Knox,
stenographer; D. B. Sheller, Jas.
N. Cameron, R. J. Weller, J. E.
Tallent, R. A. Miller and James
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
MILWAUKEE, Wis., Nov. 25.
—Apparently reconciled to his
fate, John Schrank, who shot
Colonel Roosevelt here October
14, and who was adjudged insane
by alienists, started at 11 a. m.
today for Oshkosh, where he
will be confined in an asylum for
the criminal insane.
(ny United Press pl,ase<l Wire.)
PARIS, Nov. 25.—Declaring
that conditions exist in the Ger
man theatrical world which
make it well nigh Impossible for
a self-respecting girl to earn a
livelihood upon the stage, the
German theatrical profession will
ask the reichstag to pass a the
ater and opera law that shall re
form theatrical conditions.
St. Andrew's society of Tacoma
wll lcelebrate December 3 with
their 17th annual celebration and
all the Scots will be out. There
will be a big ibanquet and lots of
oratory, the governor, Albert
Johnson, John Arthur, Seattle;
William Ritchie, Clallam county;
George Fishburne and A. G. Find
leyof Seattle being on the list.
Yaklma Potatoes, A-No. OC«
l; per 100 1b5........ 03C
White River Potatoes, 7E,»
per 100 lbs. IOC
Home Grown Potatoes, CC»
per 100 lbs ...... DOC
Carrots, 55-lb. CC«
sack .-.,..«:.... DOC
Beets, per . OC*
; sack .. ....■««.■.««.... OuC
Turnips, per . BE*»
sack «-....*.. OUC
. Yaklma No. 1 Onions, QC,»
per 100 lbs. .......... OUU
Cabbage, per ■ KOr»
AH kinds of Apples.- ftlt%
• per sack, 50c to ........ I3C
.;'; Yukinirt Apples, " (1 nn
per sack ........... $ I iUU
Special—All kinds of •: Flour
,' and Chicken Wheat. Free de
livery. .: '■' ; •
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Uy United Press l.cnv.-,! Wire.)
BERLIN, Nov. 25.—A1l indica
tions here today pointed to a
settlement of all difficulties aris
ing from the Balkan dispute
without a general European war.
Although military preparations
continue unabated, Austria is in
a conciliatory mood, and semi-of
ficial notes indicate the danger
of war is decreasing.
That the Bulgarian army be
soiging Adrianoplo is following
the latest German military tactic*
and principles is stated in military
circles here today.
♦ WAR COHItKSI'ONDKNTS IN PATRNT LKATHBB ~ <$>
♦ SHOES AND SWALLOW TAIL SUITS •>
j> STAUA ZAGORA (Bulgarian army headquarters), Nov. <$>
♦ 25. —The Bulgarian general staff promises the newspaper cor- <»>
t respondents that they will Boon be permitted to get closer to >$•
•> the fighting zone and perhaps be allowed to witness a battle. <?>
$ There are now 118 correspondents here. With their servants •$>
♦ and Interpreters they number 200. They form the moat gro- <?>
♦ tesque part of the Bulgarian headquarters. #
<£ Some of the correspondents are going into the cam- ♦
♦ paign with patent leather shoes, have brought their swallow ••>
<$> tailed evening suits and top hats, monocle and all. #
♦ There is but one American in the army of correspond- •
♦ ents. 3,
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BASED ON LIES
(By I lilted Press leased Wire.)
TEIiRK HAUTE, Ind., Nov. 25.
— Eugene V. Debs, socialist can
didate a.t the recent election, is
awaiting arrest here today on an
indictment from Oirard, Kansas,
charging him with sending ob
scene matter through the mails.
Indictments on a similar charge
also have been returned against
Fred Warren, editor, and E. L..
rhifer, editorial writer or the Ap
peal to Reason, a socialist news
paper, published at Girard. Jul
ius Wayland, later owner of the
publlctalon, recently committed
suicide while the grand Jury was
considering the evidence against
the accused men.
"These Indictments," Debs said
today, "are based on lies."
Jesse Jones and Frank Lamed
of the public, service commission
were in Tacoma this morning to
take stops looking toward a com
plete investigation of the cause
of the big interurban wreck last
week near Seattle.
After conference with officials
of tho company the latter were
notified that they would be cited
for an official investigation toy
the commission at Olympia. It
is expected the hearing will be
within 10 days.
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<•> The accused: Joe Ettor, <$>
<$> Arturo Giovannltti, Antonio ♦
• Caruso. , <$■
* Crime charged: Acces- <?>
<«> sories to the murder before <•>
■■•> the fact of Anna Lopizzo in •$>
<?■ Lawrence strike. <g>
■* Judge Instructs jury this <$■
<S> morning that murder in the #
♦ second degree is the highest <•>
♦ possible punishment accused <*>
♦ men can receive. <?>
GOSHEN, N. V., Nov. 2!5.—
After spending Sunday at their
homes, the jurors In the case of
Hurton W. Gibson, New York at
torney, accused of the murder of
Mrs. Rosa Szabo, his former cli
ent, are expected to bring in a
verdict here today.
Qpnnp THE cub
Heroism of Balkan War Photo By Times
The rtulsaiian army, halted by
the .stubborn resistance of besieged
Adrtanople, wanted accurate Infor
mation of the Turkish garrisons
anils. The old way would have lir»n
to sen da spy into th<» bealesad i'l|y
or to bribe :i Turkish traitor. The
new way was to send up a sky
fien. Yauknff ordreed nn array
air-man aloft to reconnoitor, ll.'
fell inside the walls, riddle by Tur
Next day den. Savoff picked
Lieut. Taraxieff. most skillful In his
sky corps. Taraxtleff followed the
route of his comrade but flew
To the ordinary dancers wore
added numbing cold, rocky, moun
tainous ground with no safe land
ing place, and bullets whistling
from countless rifles. Taraxtleff
estimated that at ono time 1000
Turks were firing at him. Eigfit
bullets hit hi amachine. Any of the
thousands might have cut a wire
UNDER A PROTEST
It developed In the McHugh
$130,000 suit against the city to
day that McHugh had on some
dozen or more occasions receipt
ed for warrants ranging between
$33,000 and $36,000, each time
under protest of such a vehement
nature that the city clerk made
notations to that effect at each
With a massive book on his
lap, City Clerk Edwards read
these notes in Judge Clifford's
court this morning.
As one of the exhibits In the
McHugh case, a section of the
pipe used in the Green River line
was hoisted to the third floor of
the courthouse, where It stands in
the hallway, too large to be roll-
The Cabinet Maker?
THE TACOMA TIMES.
THERE ARE LITTLE BOYS
AND BIG BOYS
OF CITY SAYS WITNESS
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Nov. 25.
—Sworn testimony that John
McXumara planned complete de
struction of Los Angeles was giv
en by Ortio McManlgul today at
tho dynamite conspiracy trial in
the United States court here.
McManigal's resumption of the
and wrecked him in mid-air. ■
The aviator coolly circled the
city makiiiK sketches of the troops
—then bark to the Bulgarian camp.
In landing he smashed his ma
chine, but wan unhurt. In a lew
moments Ills information caused re
newed, effective (shelling of the
The large photograph shows the,
landing of the wrecked aeroplane.
That below allows Taiaxleff making
Ills report. <f
Ed into the courtroom.
Other city officials testified
this morning as to tho frequent
payments made McHugh.
J. C. Manley, project engineer,
recalled to the stand, said in an
swer to Attorney Sullivan's ques
tion a.s to whether or not there
had been any objection to the es
timates made, that there had not.
When Sullivan asked what it
is costing the city per cubic yard
at the present time to excavate
the remainder of the Green River
ditch, strong objection was made
by the city counsel.
"I just want to show the
court," said Sullivan that the city
is now excavating the rest of the
ditch at a cost of from 90 cents
to $1 a yard."
witness stand was unexpected.
He also said that McNatnara
planned to dynamite all non
union jobs at the Panama canal.
"Born tho city of Los Angelea
off thu map," McManigal alleged
John McXamara told him. "Make
It a landmark like San Francisco
WAS YOUR BABY BORN
UNDER A LUCKY STAR?
Was your baby born under a lucky star?
Maybe you be one of those mortals who scorn the signs of
the Zodiac, who gives the gentle hoot to the science of astrol
ogy and who does not believe in the predestination of little
baby boys and girls. i
However that may be, the Times tomorrow will begin the
publication of a scries of "futu res" or horoscopes of little native
sons and daughters of Tacoma.
11' you would have YOUK baby's future foretoldwhether
in fun or in earnest send in a picture of the babe, the
birth date and the name— all.
He sure to send a good, plain photograph (snap-shot pictures
are not clear enough) and addr ess "liabjr Kditor," the Times.
334 CASES HANDLED
BY JUVENILE OFFICERS
During the year which closed
October 1, the juvenile court and
Its officials handled 334 cases of
child delinquency and parental
neglect, according to the report
just issued by Probation Officer
Almost lialf of these were set
tled unofficially by Mrs. Covell,
Hans Ebeltoft was today grant
ed a decree of divorce from his
wife Hannah by Judge Easterday,
the grounds bein.g cruelty and In
CLEMENTS TRIAL STARTS;
SAYS HE WAS GOADED
a REDDING, Cal.. Nov. 25. —Tho
trial of William E. Clements, Tor
the murder of William C. Land Is,
Wfifiicil here today before *
'crowded courtroom. Public sen
timent is with Clements who
alleged his victim killed his moth
er, Mrs. W. C. Bradford, on May
FLAMES DESTROY PART
OF OREGON PRISON
(By United Press leased Wire.)
| SALEM, Ore.. Nov. 25.—A fire
which originated from poor elec
tric wiring ■ above | the stage \in
the auditorium at' the state peni
tentiary this ; morning caused a
loss estimated at $3,000. The
root,- of the auditorium and the
stage, which has complete fixtures
were destroyed. The. remainder
Of the room, which Is 40 by 80
feet ■ in .. dimensions, i ; and < has ; a
: seating ;, capacity of 800, is an-
was right after the big earth
McManigal said McXaumia
planned to send three or four
"good men" to Los Angeles to
start fires iv different parts of the
city and then simultaneously dy
namite the water system.
MAY BE BOSS
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 25.
—Appointment of Bennett Clark,
the 21-year-old son of Speaker
Champ Clark, as parliamentarian
of the house in the Strd congress
is being seriously discussed among
the democratic leaders it was
learned today. If the appoint
ment is made young Clark may
become the tactician and parlia
mentarian "boas" of his dad, as
■amlAg that Speaker Clark will be
re-elected to tho speakership.
SEDAT-IA, Mo., Nov. 2f>.—To
try Mrs. I'an.sy Lexh, who surren
dered li^rself recently In Los An
geles, claiming to have poisoned
two women in Missouri, a jury in
being selected here today. It is
expected that a verdict will be
reached by tomorrow night. Ac
quittal is predicted.
veil, juvenile officer, 184 being
disposed of in court.
The report shows that there
were 125 delinquent boys and 59
girls of the cases handled In
Homes were found for 23 boys
and girls. Twenty-eight were
sent to the state training school
and 35 to the city parental school.
Ebeltoft alleged his wife beat
him severely when he was weaJc
ened by a long siege of illness In
a hospital. They were married
14 years ago. Mrs. Ebeltoft de
clared her husband a miser.
Clanients confessed at his pre
liminary examination that he kill
"Yes, I killed Landis," he said.
"He killed my mother and then
he goaded me to desperation i>y
playing 'Just Another Shovelful
of Dirt on Mother's Grave.' Then
I shot him and I am glad of it."
The fire had a wicked appear
ance before being extinguished ny
tbe convicts with the prison ap
paratus. A gruesome sight was
presented when the smoke began
to drift away in tne death cham
ber /where five murderers are to
be hanged on Friday, December
13. The two nooses could *c
plainly seen through the lurid
haze hanging apecter-like from
Hurry Gaze, Who really
•lops -not look over !!."> but
who hag been lecturing ofr
20 years on perpetual youth,
spoke to an audience that
filled Musonlc temple yester
"The body as a merhan
ism Is no perfect that all
worn out cells run be. rcplee
ed by vital ones," he said.
His prescription for perpetual
youth and beauty and un
limited old ;■•;,• is a simple
"KHminnte the idea of
physical iiri 1; abandon the
idea of maturity or prime of
life by constantly seeking
lieu- iiiifoiilinciit. «.;!/.■• will
lecture on New Thought
every evening tills week ex
Orvllle MlUaga' Pacific BuiUl
ing &. Loan associution was bo
fore Judge Cusliman represented
by B. S. OrOHOUp this niorninß.
Unela Sam holds that nillings'
assorlation la not In the same
class with pure mutual associa
tions, which are exempt from tho
intornal revenue corporation tax,
and tuxes wei"e asspssod amount
ing' to about $;i,OOO for the last
The attorney general cut this
down to less than $300, the com
pany ssßcrta, but it thinks it
should not pay at nil.
Aftor bcarliiß QroajMttf and C.
M. Hlddell for tb« governincnt
lud|4l C'UKhnnin took the DUttW
Real Estate Transfers
11l Martha ITegrelstad to Anaa
lem Koop J., C-lfl li 7843 Ind
IK I 10
370 D Sattcrlno & wt to i« it
Carlson I. 1 II li! I, 5 li 49 I,
4-3, 8 to 11 11 BO Rtdc«dal« a<l I.
9 to 12 B 10 I. 2 ii II I, 1-2
IS 75 Highland Ik ud 10
374 Jasper Dewey to X L Mairo
»w so 32-S-2 850
375 n A Woten to Clalr Knton
nw nw .",-L'.'-lc 10
377<](3 Simon Mi-ttler & wf to
Jno MeAleer bw nw 12-20-3 1
378 Trustee for Simon Mettler
& wf to Mini aw nw 2-20-3 6000
379qc Simon Mettler & wf to
Carl Mettler ho nw 2-20-3 leas
about li- I rods; 9 a In v
«w 1-20-3 & 8 a In nw nw 12
--20-3; I, 18 I) 20 Woodlawnacl 1
380 O X Darling & wf to Mar
tha C Schwartz I. 11-12 B 7
Myrtle ail 10
385 O M Edwarda to O C Rtibl
cam r, 11-1 i: 9118 TliO 6 ad..10
386 Kllen i> * IMiv C l'enfleld
to Irene Loft Ij 1-2 B 3 Te»tl
mony ad 900
387 Wm Krull & wf to Cliaa W
Hchuh 2aln ne 24-20-1 w .... 10
388 Martin Holes & wf to Krnest
Hoettcher L. 5 II C Alder .... 75
399 Chas X Dyke & wf to
Sophia M IllPbi-r L. 7-8 B 34
Barkers ail 10
400 aim r.i-iiniin to same t< 10
X 59 So Pit ad 200
402 O C Rublcnm & wf o <} S
Krlwardn n2 c 74 ft a 120 ft
I.lk 236 Ski Land 2 ad 10
405 Country Club Kami Co to
X T Durfrln L 82 Country
Club lots on Am i.;tUi- 1
413 Admr of Violet M Alden to
Jno T lti.ihiiin.iii la in ne
410 Tlios MrOoary to Pierce
county 30 ft wil along s line
L 4-5 nee 26-20-2 75
422q0 All), X Cromwell to
Nettle V Cromwell tract in L 8
B 362S amd It Cans ad etc
lying bet Bald blk & Kherldan
ay abutting on I. 9 I! XII T. . 1
423 Northern Coaat Co to Danl
Cadarette 1.. 3-4 Ii 8533 TI.C
427 Geo A Oswald & wf to Wm
Hannon L. 14 & 16 B 3—3-4
--11-12 II 4 It It Term 2 ail .... 10
431 A A Rankln & wf to Wm 1>
Bain L, sto 7 B 8757 Ind ad. . 10
434 M A Selby & wf to Susan
Selby L 13 it 1 Local Inv Co
435 Pile, Rlty Corp to Elizabeth
I' Langford L 1 to 1 B 2303
Oakland ad 1
TIDKK AT TACOMA TIEMHY
*:4"i a. m 11.5 fact
10:40 a. in 9.!) feet
2:42 p. ni 11.2 foot
11:12 p. in 0.7 feet
Hard, Herbert H. Sunday morn-
Ing from Melllnger's. Remains
sent to Seattle for burial.
Sidney 8. i'ari.-ils and Mildred
lliulcp, Tacoma; I. Mtsulre, Sher
man, Wyo., and Im Kurumo. Japan;
T. Takayama, Newark, Cal., and
KuiilJ.' Ha bee, Japan; H. Krnest
Majer, Chicago, and Rupbremla. A.
Mnrdonatd. NVwournnoch. Sfotland;
John Phillips. Milton, and Una M.
Itamadell, Tacoma; Kddie B. Wilson
and A Hie Hawklna, Tacoma; David
W. Kloi.is and Stella M. Spence
Roy; Darwin X Orcutt and Mary
K. Plrkenii, Mount Vernon; Fred C.
Denny and Mrs. Georgia MrMon
aa-le, Clcone, Ore.; Nets J. Waslcy
and Olprborg Urhelm, Puyallup.
". PORTLAND, Ore.— ] Pill
man got up in a oar to i give his
■eat to a woman passenger. Just
then the car gave* lurch, throw-
In < rill man ito ' the i floor. ';;: Dis
located; :• shoulder ""; and ?'. minor
bruise* - - , '
<3> ni: COCIiD in;\it.
<$> Tom Davis, a vagrant
'•■ brought to the couuty jail
•■ from Buckley, had posed as
• deaf and dumb.
-» "Want dinner?" asked
<$ Sheriff Longmlre.
<* "You bet I do," Bald
$> "Then you are not doaf
> and dumb?"
[♦ "Not when It comes round
|$> to dinner time, you bet,"
•> said Davis.
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 25. —
Five hundred delegates to the
National Suffrage convention held
a übilee meeting celebrating the
granting of woman suffrage In
Kansas, Arizona, Oregon and
Michigan vesteday with speeches
by Miss Julia Lathrop, chief of
the federal bureau for children,
and Miss Jane Addanis of Chi
DIDN'T LIKE if*
Full of wratt Vocauso he had
been locked up ior creating a dis
turbance on the street, O. Stan
ko, a seaman, who was found
beating up Thomas Mcffuire, an
a*;ed and defenßeleso man, began
to vent his spleen on other pris
oners at the city jail and had to
be clubbed off. He was fined,
$15 and costs.
GABLE NOW RICH
Pardoned from Walla Willa
after five years' servitude for rob
liery committed in Taconia, Henry
Gable returned to hig old home
In Minnesota last week to claim
• $70,000 share In hla father*
THEY ALL FLED
S. Kaoto, who runs a restaur
ant, had 2K customers Saturday
night. He suspended his duiios
of chief chef and head waiter to
become supreme bouncer when
one of his patrons showed siRH9
of too much hilarity. When he
had forced tho fellow out, he re
turned to collect from the re
maining 27. They had fled.
MONKKY-BHINKB WITH A