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PIPE FOR 6
The steel pipe put in liy CJeorge
Wright will not ho tested.
Council sol (led it this morning.
Wright met with Ml- members
yesterday afternoon and refused
to text it. lie hail not In■«-n com
pelled lo test it in sections as
proviiicd by the specifications und
he refused therefore to tent It as
Everybody thought it was all
right. But the council hated to
assume responsibility for letting
It go without testing. Finally
the whole thing was shifted to
This morning Mauley sent in a
letter. lie told the strength of
the pipe, and concluded It ought
to stand, but he refused to recom
mend any change in the specifi
cations. Arvld Hydstrom recom
mended that the test be dispensed
The case was right back to
Finally Commissioner Lawson
made a motion that the test be
omitted and that Wright give
bond to guarantee the pipe for six
And it wag done. The mayor
voted agalnßt it.
VETERAN SET FREE
TfceophUfl A. Dauphin, Civil
war reteran, has been discharged
from serving sentence for illi
cit liijuor dealing because of his
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with life; has an incomparable
■oftnoßs and Is fluffy and lustrous
you must use Danderine, because
nothing else accomplishes co much
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Just one application of Knowl
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Immediately dissolves every par
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have dandruff. This destructive
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Its stlength and its very life, and
If not overcome It produces a
feverlshness and Itching of the
scalp; the hair roots famish, loos
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! Hist! Can YOU j
You Were Wed? j
Hist! Likewise Sh-sh-sh!!!
Another kink in marital mole
cules came to the front in Judge
M. L Clifford's court yesterday.
Itriefly thus: Mnrried people
ciinnot nlwiiys recall when, where
(iind soiiietiniCM why) they em
liruced the Itlissful wedde<l state.
"We were married at Sheldon,
North Dakota, on New Year's
day, ISBG," said Mrs. Klla Brady,
who was hringing suit for divorce
against her husband.
"N'aw!" exclaimed William
Krady, the husband. "We were
married at Harry. North Dakota,
December 31, 1585."
Judge Clifford seemed a llttse
dazed at this difference in opin
ion, but on the showing of the
evidence granted Mj-h. Brady a
divorce. The husband is a Ta
(lly Vnited Pr«M Ifwrd Wire.)
PLYMOUTH, Kng., Dec. 10.—
The MW Hritish dreadnaugtu
Centurian on her trial cruise oft
Darraport this afternoon collid
ed with and sunk an unidenti
fied steamer. It 1s not yet known
whether the crew of the sunken
Immediately after the collision
(he Centurian found that her
bows were damaged. She return
ed hero with anchors driven
through her Iwjws. No rescued
seamen were aboard the warship
and it is believed that nil on
board the sunken vessel perished.
en and die; then the hair falls
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and Is thin, faded, dry, scraggy or
too oily, don't hesitate, but get a
2u cent bottle of Knowlton's Dan
derine at any drug store or toilt-t
counter; apply a little as directed
and ten minutes after you will nay
this was the best investment you
We sincerely believe, regard'ess
of everything else advertised that
If you desire soft, lustrous, oeau
tiful hair and lots of it —-no dand
ruff —no Itching scalp and no
more falling hair—you must use
Knowlton's Danderine. If oven
tually—why not now? A 25 cent
bottle will truly amaze you.
Nellie Waldron Is Free
Again After Long Fight
Nellie WulOron, from a Photograph Taken Before Eddie Mc-
Oonuld and the Laundry Work Had Washed the Bloom of Youth
From Her Face.
Ity llarrv Iturton.
NEW YORK, Dec. 7.
"Case No. 10393." That's Nel
lio Waldron at Bellevue Hospital
—just "another lunger." Her
face, worn to the bone, tells that
she'll last about one more week.
Hut "Caso No. 10393" is the
caßo of Nellie Waldron, THE
GIRL WHO WOULD NOT DIE
UNTIL SHE COULD DIE!
"I must meet my Maker with
out v Hi.tln on my soul," saul Nel
lie Waklron. And NOW SHE
The bloom of the child was not
off her cheeks when Nellie went
to work in the laundry. Her eyes
sparkled and her hair rippled
lightly over her brow. She was
"the neighborhood beauty" of
WilliamsburK, an erea of dingy
tenements across the East river
Swains and enough came to
adore but only Kddie McDonald
won the smile they all craved.
Kddie was tall and straight and
handsome, but he was what the
old folks call "no account."
So every Saturday night on her
way home from the laundry—the
laundry that was slowly washing
out the bloom of her face, Eddie
would meet Nellie on the corner.
Nellie would give him $G, made
by bending all week over steam
One nifin after she had been
giving him money for two loDg
years, she asked him to leave
"the boys" for just once and to
go with her to the park.
There, under the stars, Nellie
told him of the baby that was
"It'll be all right," he said,
harshly. "Just keep on working
for a while and it'll be all right."
One day most every one in Wil
llamsburg went fur a picnic.
Eddie talked to girls whose
cheeks still bloomed.
Finally Nellie called to him,
the father of her baby—the baby
she had hoped would be a crown
of her very great love. Eddie
McDonald just laughed at her
and the girls he was with—the
blooming, young .girls—lauglied
at her too.
That night—late—Nellie Wal
dron ran to Eddie McDonald's
home. A weapon flashed; it was
spitting fire—one, two, three
times. Eddie McDonald dropped
Tonight, last performance
THE I.AMU \ISI>I GRAND
Twenty world famous singers.
Special orchestra, 36; American
chorus, 40. Superb scenic cos
tuming and property effects.
Prices, 50c to $2. Curtain, 6:15.
ONE NIGHT, SATURDAY NEXT
Frederic Thompson presents
MISS mum ST. LEON
In the great dramatic success,
"POLLY OF TUB CIRCUS"
And a notable company of play
ers. St. Leon family of bareback
riders and gymnasts.
A HEAL CIRCUS ON THE
Same excellent production.
Prices, 25c to $1.50. Seat sale
At Fountains & Elsewhere
Th» Original and Qsnulnt
Tit Food-drink for All Agas.
At ratauraatt, hotoU, and fountain.
EWicioui, invigorating and •uttaining.
Keep it oo you* sideboard at hoftw.
:l'K,r- Don't travel without £ f •■•.■, '■-
; A quick tmc& prepared" in . minute.
m inuutioi. JMt«ay'loßll(XS."
THE TACOMA TIMES.
A few minutes later a blue
coat pulled Nellie Waldron out of
the deep, oily East river Juet
where it slides over the shallows
of Hell Gate.
The baby—her baby and Ed
die's—was born three months
later in prison.
She was sent to Bedford re
formatory for three years.
But fate—or was it God? —
Doctors came, but shook their
heads. "The heart is too sad,"
they said. "It will not give the
body a chance."
They took her to a prison hos
pital at Lake Saronac. They
hoped th« clean air that blows
down the mountain peaks and
pines would cure. But it did not.
Then they brought her back to
The next day the state pardon
ed Nellie Waldron —who had kil
led the father of her baby when
he refused to pay the cost of hon
or. There was no red-tape at all.
The doctor's request—a stroke of
the state's i>en —and Nellie Wal
dron was free.
With every eighth grade boy
in the school taking part in
the tests, the boyß of the Grant
school yesterday won the elp
mentary school championship in
"class athletics," and the James
H. Dege trophy, by punting tho
football an average distance of
The eighth grade girls' cham
pionship was won by the girls of
the Longfellow school, who
threw the basket-ball an average
distance of 4 3 feet 9 Inches.
They will hold the Wm. F. Gei
ger trophy until the close Of the
winter contests In March.
In the fall contests just closed
2,256 boys and girlß took part.
"Class Athletics" is a scheme for
interesting 100 per cent of the
The experts coach the others.
ELECT READ PRES.
The Tacoma Life Underwriters
association completed its organi
zation at a banquet at the Olym
pic club last night, electing James
C. Reid, president; Ralph C. An
gel, first vice president; C. F.
Widdnvann, second vice presi
dent; G. H. Jackman, secretary;
J. E. Horton, treasurer.
The organisation starts with
about 35 members.
Washington creamery opera
tors met in convention In tUe
Commercial club rooms yesterday.
Ronald Mclnn«s, president of
the King County Farmers' asso
ciation, frowned on the expected
lnvarion of farm land here by
hordes from Southern Europe
when the Panama canal is open*d
and urged that they be driven
Holding* In the Clearwa
t«T Timber company. .9142,8#M>
Holding* in the Humbird
Lumber company .... 200,000
Personal properly 10,000
Valuable timber lands In
Pierce and Thurston countiea,
the valuation of which Is not
This is the estate of John A.
Humbird, the lumber king, who
died a year ago in Spokane, ac
j cording to settlement papers filed
i today in superior court here. The
j state will benefit $3,480 In ln
' heritance taxes from the Humbird
YOU'LL FIND IT HERE
Commissioner Lawson said
this morning that if George
Wright gets busy at once and
closes up the connection be
tween the steel and wood pipe
and finished the spillway at the
reservoir, the Green river water
ran be put into Taconia In two
Rev. and Mrs. E. P. Hall and
Rev. George H. Trull last night
conducted a mission institute
under the auspices of the Presby
terian of Olympia at the Y. M. C.
A., discussing "The Call of the
August Meleeky, who was
awarded $1 damages against
Manley Ettor for being threshed
by the latter, has asked for a
new trial in superior court.
The monthly business of the
Ladies' Aid of the Mason Metho
dist church will be held tomor
row in the church parlors.
The business Girls' club will
hold a banquet this evening in
the new club rooms of the Y. W.
C. A. Speeches will be made by
(iovernor-elect Ernest Lister,
Mayor Seymour and Judge E. M.
Honoring Mrs. Ernest Hall of
Berkeley, Cal., who is here as a
speaker to Missionary institute,
the officers of the Women's
Presbyterian Missionary society
entertained this afternoon.
The Ladies of the First United
Presbyterian church will hold a
sale of Christmas articles Thurs
day and Friday at 915 South C
Dr. Nena Jolltlan Croake will
be guest of honor Saturday aft
ernoon at a reception to be given
by the Tacoma Woman's Study
club at the homo of Mrs. J. T.
Moore, 615 North 1 street.
Order your Xmas flowers in
advance. Hinz, Florist, So. 7th
and X st. "Advertisement."
Capt. Robert Williams, 78, a
hero of pioneer Indian wars in
California, Oregon and Washing
ton, died at Vancouver.
Chehalis and Centralia are
getting ready for a legal battle
for the right to take water from
With her 19-months-old babe
in her arms, Mrs. Nellie Hinds
stood before the court at Olympia
yesterday and pleaded not guilty
to murder for killing her hus
band when he broke into the
bouse on Skookumchuck river.
Airtight heaters, $1.50 and up.
Ewing Hardware Co., 1111 C st.
Main 7760. "Advertisement."
Finding a burglar in her room,
Miss Anna E. Lang, 10, gras|>ed
a revolver and in a tussle with
the marauder was shot in the
arm at Seattle.
Attorney (General Lyle says b
township may not pay the 15 per
cent assessed by law against
abutting property for building
state aid roads, but it must be
collected from the property.
Milwaukee Sausoge now in.
Duenu aid's, 313 11th, near C st.
When the little girl of Mrs.
William H. Mallard at Aberdeen
inine running to her with her
clothing on fire the mother
saved her with a bedquilt.
Alumni association of Aquinas
academy will hold a Christmas
sale Thursday, Friday and Satur
day at Sherman-Clay music
The Home Trade league took
in $1.21*9.50 and paid out for
expenses $1,250.36, leaving a
profit of $49.14 at the recent
Cured at Home
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Many cases of Pil«s have been
cured by a trial package of Pyra
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treatment. When It proves its
Talue to you, get more from your
druggist at 50c a box, and be
sure you get the kind you ask for.
Simply fill out free coupon be
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IT ALL DEPENDS
armory show. It is estimated
30,000 attended, and the adver
tisement for Tacoma-made goods
is considered worth thousands of
About furs. See Mueller, 921
South C. "Advertisement."
Trustees of the Puyallup State
Masonic home decided to resume
The new appropriation bill car
ries $50,000 for Cushman Indian
school here and $13,000 for Puy
LONDON, Dec. 10.—All rail
road employes at Sunderland,
York and Leeds struck today in
sympathy with the Northeastern
railway strikers. Ten thousand
men are now out.
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With only two weeks left before Xmas, now is the time to collect,
your stamps stronger than ever. You will have plenty of time to complete
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Christmas giving easy. Make your selections from the large stock of cut
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