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Wednesday, Dec. 4, 1912.
HUSBAND LOCKED WIFE
IN ROOM FOR TWO DAYS
PORTLAND. Ore., Dec. 4. A
remarkable kidnaping story tola
on the witness stand by Miss Sa
die Taylor, former wife of Ben
D. Holzman, is today in the rec
ords of the court. Mlsb Taylor
..declared that while out shopping
she was confronted by Holzman,
who desired her to return to him.
She refused to do so and threat
ening her, Holzman forced he- to
go to a hotel where he locked his
former wife iti a room for two
days, according to Miss Taylor.
'% The witness declared that oii
the morning of the third day the
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miles* its fresh(lint's one
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SPECIALS FOII THI'RS
DAY AND FRIDAY
Pickled Black Cod, some
thing very fine, 8c lb.
Empson's String Beans, 15c
1 II). box Kingsford Silver
Gloss Starch, .->;lc.
18 lbs. best Granulated
Sugar for $1.00, with $1
A very fine lot of home
grown Apples, In well
packed boxes, at ~.">c box.
Extra fancy Yakima Rome
Ueauties, $1.25 Ik>x.
O.TJ C Street.
2310 North Proctor.
So. To coma, Store,
.(or, So. Union. Madison 108.
South 12lli and K.
Tel. Main 004
802 Division Lane
"WE SI I.L TIIK nEST
FOII CASH FOII LESS"
These well-known pianos have received a
thorough overhauling and have been put in
the best possible condition in our repair
Many of these pianos cannot be told from
new, having received very little usage.
This is an excellent opportunity to secure
a nice piano at a considerable reduction.
Each piano guaranteed and sold with our
liberal exchange privilege and on
Winthrop, mahogany, good practice
Smith & Barnes, figured oak 180.00
Wellington, mahogany, plain pleas
ing style 195.00
; Wellington, mahogany, like new ... 225.00
Krell, golden oak, splendid condition 245.00
Wing, mahogany, large, finest style 250.00
Hobart M. Cable, French walnut
carved upper panel 265.00
Vose & Sons, African mahogany,
ease plain and in good taste 275.00
Ludwig, Flemish oak, used short
Packard, mahogany, popular style,
very desirable ..-.-...... 285.00
Conover, large, richly figured ma
hogany, practically new 375.00
Knabe, mahogany, used only few
months, snap at 400.00
Packard, mahogany, largest style,
handsomely carved, good buy.... 375.00
ORGANS from $15.00 up
Piano players $50.00
Sherman ,Piay& Co.
sirln™ny and Other FluM—Apollo mid <'erlllnn I'lnrrr
Piano*—Vletor Tnlklus Marhluo— shed Muaic and MimlvaJ
928-930 C Street, Tacoma
door to the room was broken
down by her parents, Phil Huth
erfield, a friend who had located
her, and an officer.
Son's Blood Fails
To Save His Father
MILWAUKEE, Wis., Dec 4.—
Despite the sacrifice made by his
son, who submitted to an opera
tion by which a pint of blood was
transfused from his veins into
those of his father, Hiram G. Mc-
CHH, superintendent of the west
ern division of the Postal Tele
graph company, died at the Mil
waukee hospital. He rallied after
the operation but had not suffi
cient strength to withstand the
Cucumbers and Ice
Cream Didn't Mix
NRW YORK, Dec. 4. — The
whole family of Mrs. Teresa
Flamicano wag poisoned by a din
ner that began with spaghetti and
ended with ice cream, pickles, cu
cumbers and chestnuts. Three
diners may die.
System Full of Uric Acid
—The Great Kidney
Two years ago I was very sick
and after lii-Imk' treated by several
of the best physicians In Clinton,
I did not Mem to get any better,
i was confined to my bed. Seeing
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root advertis
ed. I resolved to give it a trial.
After i.mi; it for three weeks, 1
found 1 was Raining nicely, so I
continued until I had taken a num
ber of bottles. I am new restored
to health and have continued ray
labors. My system was full of Uric
I acid, but Swamp-Root cured mo en
tirely. .• I am sixty years old.
Yours very truly,
W. C. COOK,
1203 Eighth aye, Clinton, lowa.
State of lowa, Clinton County—ss.
On this 13th toy of July. A. D.
1909. W. C. Cook to me personally
known appeared bofore me uml in
my presence subscribed and swore
to the above and foregoing state
DALE 11. BHBFPAJID,
In anil for Clinton County.
I.«-<lcr to I
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Dr. Kilmer •& Co. j
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Prove 'Who* Snnnip-lloot Will Do
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Dppt.
M, Hingliamtnn. N. V., for a sample
bottle. It will convince anyone.
You will iilbo recoive a booklet of
valuable information, telling all
about the kidneys and bladder. Reg
ular fifty-cent and one-dollar size
bottles for sale at all drug stores.
The Washington good roads
convention is on at the Commer
cial club with over 200 delegates
from all sections of the state.
The session opened at 10
o'clock this morning and the
morning was largely devoted to
the routine work of appointing'
committees, sifting out the cre
dentials and attending to the pre
liminary work of the convention.
A feature of the convention
will be the public address to be
uiven by Asuhel Curtis of Seattle
tonight with stereoptieon pictures
illustrating the roads of Mt. Ta
The program already mapped
out for which the association will
boost is the Pacific highway start
ins at Blame, hitting all the prin
cipal cities along the way south
to Vancouver and the east and
west highway, beginning at the
Idaho line and coming through
Spokane to WenatchM, then
through Snoqnalmie pass and con
necting with the Pacific highway
near or at Seattle. »
(Uy Inifed Piwm i A . asP a Wire.)
ZAXKSVILLK, 0., Dec. 4._-
With the deaths of three more
victims of a collision between
Cincinniti, Muskinsum valley
train and one of the Cleveland,
Akron and Columbus road near
here, the death list is swelled to
day to eight. Five persons were
killed outright when the crash
The wreck was caused by a
broken air pipe stalling ' thn
Cleveland, Akron and Columbus
train. Into which the Muakingum
valley train crashed from the
rear, telescoping the last coach of
the stalled train.
How to Tx>ok Years
Ix\ss Tiian Your Afjo
i Tho most aged face will look
years younger after the use of or
dinary mercollaed wax for from ten
days to two weeks This rrnvk
able, substance, because of Its pe
culiar absorptive* power, actually
removes the thin veil of faded or
withered outer cuticle, a little at a
time. Gradually the fresher, more
youthful skin underneath is re
vealed. This absorption process
being a purely hygienic one, an en
tirely natural complexion Is acquir
edquito different from the arti
ficial complexion, which appear*
anything but girlish, though often
bearing painful evidence of child
ishness. An ounce of mereolized
wax, obtainable at any drug? store,
is sufficient to rejuvenate any com
plexion. It in put on like cold
cream at bedtime, and removed
morning! with warm, sudsy water.
To eradicate such ago marks as
wrinkles and furrows, make a wash
lotion by dissolving an ounce of
powdered saxolite in a half pint
witch hazel. This has wonderful
astringent and tonic properties. It
quickly effaces all kinds of wrin
kles, no matter how caused, making
the skin firm, smooth and young
OMB NIGHT ONLY—TONIGHT
And Company of Fifty in
"THE ROMANCE OF THE
By Paul Armstrong
Author of "The Deep I>uri>le" and
"Alias Jimmy Valentino"
Prices—soc to 91.50 <
Seats now selling. Curtain, 8:15.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
John Out Offers His Dig Musical
Success from Daly's Theater,
"THE ROSE OP PANAMA" /
With CHAPINE, the Charming'
French Prima Donna
Company of 70 and Special
Orchestra of 18.
Prices, 50c to $1.50. Curtain 8:15
Seat sale Thursday.
Three Nights, Starting Sunday
THE LAMBARWI GRAND
20 World Famous Singer*; Spe
cial Orchestra, 85; American
Tuesday— "SALOME *
.Prices— to $2. Seat sal
Saturday. Mail orders with re
mittance, now. "
Great Feature Bill
."THE TWO ] THIEVES" R
Operetta with company of IS f§
,;5 Other Big Acts' Vr.%/
THE HORRIBLE DETAILS OF THE
VAN SICKLES AGAIN
AIDED BY HIS WIFE
NEW YORK, Dec. 4. — Once
more has the wife of General
Daniel Sickles, civil war veteran,
came to lilh rescue and the sale
by the aged hero of Gettysburg of
picture art treasures to satisfy a
judgment of $5,000 will not take
place, according to announcement
(By Catted Press Leased Wire.)
SEATTLE, Dec. 4. — Except
where the socialists made a de
determined bid for voters the mu
nicipal election in the smaller
towns of -Washington yesterday
generally lack interest and
brought out but a small vote.
The socialists elected their com
plete ticket in Burlington but lost
their hold in Edmonds and at
Bremerton, in Edmonds the so
cialist administration was oppos
ed by a fusion of republicans,
democrats and progressives and
succeeded in electing only the
city attorney and two councilmen.
In Bremerton, where some of the
navy yard employes were candi
dates on the socialist ticket, the
fusion ticket swept everything in
In nellingham the socialists
>\ected two councilmen.
The fusion ticket cleaned up
everything in Puyallup, winning
agalnat the socialists by a vote of
four to one.
In Sunnyside the socialists took
nRF.MErtTON, Dec. 4.—The in
dependent ticket in the municipal
election today was elected by an
overwhelming vote over the so
cialist ticket, the only other in
the field. The bond issues for the
purpose of the light and water
EDMONDS, Dec. 4.—The so
cialists lost their .grip on the city
government here in the election.
Dr. J. D. Sherrick, democrat,
mayor; H. E. Langdon, citizens
ticket, treasurer: W. 11. Schu
macher, citizens' ticket, city clerk;
D. T. Roftoe, socialist, city attor
ney; N. Proctor, socialist, councll
man-at-largo; couneilmen, Clara
Waddle, socialist; F. L. Shank,
citizens' ticket; George Bracket,
citizens' ticket; It. Zimmerman
citizens' ticket; A. Warren, citi
zens' ticket; Dr. W. C. Palmer
OL.YMPIA, Dec. 4.—With Mark
Reed heading the ticket for may
or, the republicans carried Shel
ton, the county seat of Mason
county, at the municipal election
OLYMPTA, Den. 3.—By 269
votes George A. Mottman, on the
citizens' ticket, defeated Dr. W.
L. Bridgpford for mayor of Olym
pia, although the balance of ten
republican ticket was elected by
CHELAX, Dec. 4.—ln the mu
nicipal election yesterday tile
mayor and four councilmen were
elected pledged to onforce laws
against illegal liquor selling.
The alarm of the citizens' non
partisan ticket over the advent of
the socialists with a sticker ticket
in the municipal election yester
day in Puyallup was without rea
son for the socialists did not win
The whole non-partisan ticket
was elected with J. P. Leavill,
mayor; Joseph LaPlante, clerk;
Ray Gregory, treasurer; M F*
Torter, city attorney; L .D. Will
iams, George Spurr, C. T. Gay
lord and Jack Davis for council!
men. The total vote was only
W. B. Jones defeated Mayor H
M. Parvant for re-election In the
Steilacoom election yesterday
104 to 5. A. E. Bell and r'
Harrison won out for councilmen
over H. M. Farvant anH E C
The street paving advocates
won out in Sumner at the city
election yesterday, the progres
glve ticket beating the citizens
New Lower Jaw
Made for a Man
(By United Prews I^aHod Wire.)
NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 4.—Dr.
O. W. Parham has completed ari
operation whereby he made a new
low«r Jaw for a patient from oth
er parts of the man's body.
General Sickles and his wlfo
are reconciled, it i 8 said, after
years on estrangement.
To satisfy the claim of the
Bank o£ Metropolis, Mrs. Sickles
drew from the bank her entire
balance of $3,500, paid it over to
the general's credft%r« and then
cabled to Bpala for more money.
ticket and electing W. Humnions,
R. K. Wells, U. C. Spencer and J.
J. Hocking to the council.
The citizens' ticket defeated the
socialists in the election at Hnck
ley yesterday by 164 to 11 4on the
head of the ticket. The victor
ious candidate! were: Mayor,
Frank Wenke; A. H. Rowland
and C. C, Whitmore, councilmen;
H. Venike, treasurer .
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Htomucli Troubles, May Ho He
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The reasons why Stuart's Dys
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'] AH druggists sell Stuart's Dys
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Send So stamp for question blank
to lUt% Pacific tr. Main fills.
(Ily V lilted Pr««*s leased Wire.)
SPOKANE, Dec. -I.—A warrant
was issued today for the arrest
of E. Clarke Walker, manager of
a local vaudeville theater, on
complaint of tl'- city commission
ers after an i. *".,tigation of the
performance staged Friday night
at the "Spokane Dlggins," a re
production of an early day min
ing rani)), arranged for the enter
tainment of the delegates to the
American -Mining Congress.
Mayor VV. J. Hlndley announc
ed that Walker, who attended the
conference, had admitted that he
had been in charge of a second
rendition arranged privately for
his friends, of the Oriental dance
performed at the "Digging" be
fore .",uoo men by a dancer known
The costume worn by the danc
er, it is said, was a duplicate of
that of Eve before the employ
ment of the lig leaf as a sartorial
George Matz, proprietor of a
restaurant nt (21 1-2 Pacific ay.,
always put his cash in a cigar box
which ho hid away in a secluded
place before closing up for the
Last evening there was $117
in the wooden safe when Matz
secreted it in its usual hiding
When Matz looked for It this
morning it had disappeared. The
rear door of the establishment
was open, a key having been used
by the marauders. The police
have been notified.
YET SIGN UP
(Isy Catted Press I,pased Wire.)
LONDON, Dec. 4. —Official con
firmation of the signing of an
armistice between Turkey and
Bulgaria, Servia and Montenegro
was received here today from So
fia. The representative of Greece
refused to .sign the protocol, indi
cating that that country intends
to carry on the war single-handed.
The envoys will meet here De
cember 30 to arrange the terms
(By Vnitcd Press leased Wire.)
SOFIA, Dec. 4.—That Greece
did not officially reject an armis
tice between Turkey and the Bal
kan allies but demanded an ad
ditional 2 1 hours to consider the
protocol, is the official announce
ment here today.
If this proves correct, Greece
may yet sign the peace protocol
and peace negotiations beginning
in London December 13.
VIENNA, Dec. 4. —The prob
able outcome of the withdrawal
of Greece from the nalkan allies
caused much speculation In diplo
matic circles here today. Some
predicted it would result in the
disintegration of the alliance,
while others believe that Rouma
nia will take Greece's place.
By United Press Leased Wire.)
PENDLETON, Ore.. Dec. 4.—
Pendleton is today repairing the
damage done by a terrific wind
storm which lasted an hour and
paralyzed telephone, telegraph
and light service. County Treas
urer O. W. Bradley wag badly
hurt when a window sash was
blown out, In the courthouse,
falling on him.
Not Too Late for
Xmas Photo at
9th and Tacoma
- By "HOP"
Their Victim Poor
GARFIKU), X. .1., Dor 4.
Ten-year-old Julia Keaa wlis rp
turned home by kidnapers who
enticed her away thinking she
wan the daiiEhter of a rich man.
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ounces of Glycerine and half an
ounce of Globe Pine Compound
(< on centra ted Pine), Take those
two Ingredients home and put tin in
Into a half pint of K ood whiskey,
.shake well. Take one to two tea
spoonfuls after each meal and at
bed time. Smaller doses to chil
dren according to Mr*." This is
said to be the quickest cough and
cold cure known to the medical
profession. Be sure to get only the
genuine Globe Pine Compound
(Concentrated Pine.) Kaon half
ounce bottle comes In a tin screw
top sealed case, if your druggist
la out of stock he will quickly set
It from his wholesale house. Don't
fool with uncertain mixtures, it Is
risky Local druggists say thai for
the past six years this has had ■
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Bunions, Prost Bltea, Aching and
Sweaty Feet. A spoonful of Calo
dile in the foot-bath gives instant
relief, civt a 85c box at any drug
'Electric Portables, Irons & Toasters"
"Ideal Christmas Gifts."
WM. A. MULLINS ELECTRIC CO., 1014 A st.
To all who havo never taken my troatmont I will rlvo Ostoo
pathlo, Chiropractic, Neuropathic or any druploss treatment of any
kind lor on.' track absolutely free of all charßc or obligation iii
order to advertise and demonstrate the groat value of those treat
ments to those who are skeptical and have never tried them.
RHHITMATIHM CURED— After paying
out doctor anil druggist hills for the three
months of July, August and September,
for treatment of my lama back and rheu
matism, my back was ho stiff I could not
bend It or stoop over, I wont to Dr. Macy
and was cured by him in one month's
treatment. All stiffness and soreness hav
ing entirely disappeared. JOHN Ito KING.
1012 So. 12th St.
Tacoma, wash., Nov. Ist mil
Ostcopathto Bpeclajlat and Woodless Sur
geon, with experienced medical and sur
gical specialists assisting. We make a
specialty of eye. par, nloinnrli, skin, blood, 1
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women. Finest optical goods nt rltjht
OF IVTEnRST TO ME.V — Bear In
mind i an the oldest established men's
specialist in Tacoma, with the. best
equipment on the Coast. There Is a rea
son why wo do the largest men's prac
tice in the city.
mil US—l» ii. in. <» S p. ni. Sundays
from 10 to 12. CONSULTATION I'HIIK.
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ruga descriptive (ihiii.aus
Statement at Close of Business Tuesduj, Nov. 26th, 1912.
Loans and Discounts , $2,870,817.45
Overdrafts ..„-,... 1,192.37
Bonds and Premium , 580,36J.82
United States Bonds 350,000.00
Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures ...„....« 186,814.22
Cash and Dpc from Banks 1,703,584.72
Capital », , ■»■«•..»■.•....9 300,000.00
Surplus and Profits 521,143.97
Circulation ......... 294,296.00
Reserved for taxes and int*rest.... 20,000.00
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We do all kinds of shoot
metal work, make metal win
dows ami awnings, ate. We al
so repair tar and gravel roofs.
When in need of anything in
this line, call
Main 402. 1113 Tacoma ay.
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