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Thursday, Dec. 12, 1912.
GOVERNORS OF SEVERAL
STATES SEND LETTERS
OF PROTEST TO WEST
(Ny United Press Leased Wire.)
SALEM, Ore., Dec. 12. —Carry-
Ing letters of protest from the
governors of all th e states where
capital punishment has |boen
abolished and armed with other
material which they hope to
crystalize into a successful plea
for a respite for the five men
doomed to die in the penitentiary
tomorrow until the people can
again vote on the question or
hanging, 100 prominent Portlaml
ers are here today.
GRAND JURY TO PROBE CASE
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Dec. 12.
—Further investigation into the
Darrow affair and oilier matters
growing out of the trial of the
McNamara brothers will be made
by a new county grand jury, ac
cording to generally credited re
ports. It is said that the Jury
will bo called upon to investigate
circumstances connected with the
receipt by Darrow of a $10,000
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• WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 12.—Seeking to enjoin the «
<$• Masters Horseshoe National Protective association known as <$>
$> the "Horseshoe trust," its officers and manufacturers of •
<$> drilled horseshoes adjustable calks and rubber hoof pads, <?>
<$> from continuing a combination in restraint of trade, Attorney <$>
<8> General Wickersham filed today in the fr-Jeval court here a !>
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SENSATION PROMISED IN
'MONEY TRUST' INQUIRY
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 12.
-— Indignant denials of allega
tions in newspapers here that of
ficers of the New York stock ex
change are unduly held in Wash
ington to testify before the com-
The Change
Is Wonderful
No More Pimples, Blotches, or
Blackheads After Using Stu
art's Calcium Wafers
A few days is sometimes
enough to clear the worst com
plexions. Stuart's Calcium Wa
fers get right at the source of
the trouble —the Impurities in
the blood. When these poisons
are removed, the effect on the
skin is almost immediate. Blem
ishes of all kinds disappear.
lon Will Feel as Fine as Yon
Look With a Clear Skin Made
So by Stuart's Calcium
Wafers.
These wonderful little Wafers
contain the most effective blood
purifier known to science—calci
um sulphide. Every atom of im
purity is driven from your sys
tem. With pure, vigorous blood
coursing through your veinß in
stead of a vitiated fluid, your
whole body feels renovated, your
face becomes as pure as a lily.
No matter what your trouble
may be —pimples, blackheads,
liver-spots, rash, boils, muddy
complexion,, tetter or eczema,
you may absolutely depend upon
Stuart's Calcium Wafers. They
have made thousands of com
plexions as pure and as beautiful
as could possibly be wished.
There's not a bit of sense in
going around with a face so
blemished that you're afraid to
have your friends look at it. Get
a 50 cent box of Stuart's Calcium ,
Wafers at your druggist's today.
Take them every day for a little
while and you'll be astonished at
the change your mirror will snow
you.
WHEN TRAVELING
It to to your advantage to have i
good baggage —not simply con- ;
venient in Its interior, but smart |
In Us exterior. Good baggage be- :
tokens the seasoned traveler and >
It gives him a prestige at every j
hotel where he stops. We are
■ showing a splendid line of new
Trunks and Traveling Baggage, ,
all of the very best materials and ]
made in an up-to-date fashion.
TAOOMA TRUNK CO.
931 O St.
The letters are from the gov
ernors of Kansas. Mklne, Wiscon
sin and Rhode Island and mere
aro further mlsaivei from Lord
George Dorborough of England
and Walter Missive of the Ham
burg-American steamship line
asking that the. governor postpone
the executions until the people as
a whole can again he heard from.
Governor West, however, reit
erates what he has been saying
since the result of the vote was
known, "The men will positively
hang; everyone of them."
cherk reported to have been sign
ed by Samuel Gompers and easii
ed by Olaf A. Tveitmoe in San
Francisco during the McNamara
trial.
Two witnesses arc reported to
have been summoned from San
Franrisco and District Attorney
Fredericks is now visiting In In
diana and other states examining
evidence.
mittee investigating the money
trust, was made today by Repre
sentative Pujo, chairman of the
committee.
"The most sensational testimo
ny," said Pujo, *"is yet to come.
There are 50 more witnesses to
be examined. When W« finish
with these men they will be ex
cused, and not before."
It was expected that the hear
ing would adjourn at 7 p, m. to
day until Monday. The commit
tee will probably excuse the wit
nesses early next Week until early
in January, adjourning for the
holidays.
OFFERS LIST
AS EVIDENCE
Roast $1.30
Fruit 40
Celery 15
Cakes 25
Snails 15
Cigars for Miller HO
Tobacco for Miller 5 0
These are a few of the things
Sam Ambrose carried to his son,
Victor, when the child was in the
hands of the B. L. Miller family,
according to testimony produced
in Judge Clifford's court Tues
day.
Ambrose is asking the court to
allow the custody of the child
to the Miller's rather than to its
mother, Mrs. Elsie Ambrose, now
divorced,
The father claims his son will
be bolter cared for in their hands
and introduced the list of dele
cacies as proof of what he himself
had given the boy while the di
vorce action was pending.
ROOSEVELT
BY 174 VOTES
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
SACRAMENTO, Dec. 11!. —It
took just ,'S3 days to complete the
official election count of Califor
nia's most hotly contested politi
cal battle which was last night
certified to Governor Johnson.
Roosevelt's plurality of the popu
lar vote officially is 174.
Following is the official vote
for the top electors of the six
parties: Roosevelt, 283,610;
Wilson, 283.43 C; Debs, 70,201;
Chafin, 23.3G6; Taft, 3,914.
"Girls! Girls! We
Can All Stop Wear
ing Dress Shields!"
ir«e I'EHSPI-NO. lt'» n Mnrvel.
Wet, rolled-up, stiffened dress
shields—dreaaes faded and stained
by excessive arm-pit perspiration,
arc now a thing o£ the past. No
matter how hot indoors or out,
whether clothing 1 ia light or heavy,
If you use the wonderful PEKSPI
NO wherever there la excessive per
spiration that Is unnatural you will
be just as fresh, dry and cool as
on the back of your hand. You'll
be as sweet as a May morning;.
Nothing on earth like It, too, lor
removing all body and perspiration
odors. It Isn't a greasy, hair-gum
ming cream, it's a powder.
A free powder pad in each box.
PKRSPI-NO, Bold at drug and
department stores, 25c a box, or
sent on receipt of price by The
Perspo Co., Chicago, 111.
For sale and recommended by
Owl Drug Co. of Taeoma, Crown
Drug Co., Bonney Phcy., Rolce
Phcy., Stone-Fisher Co.
QPOOP THE CUB SCOOP GETS A BUM STEER n "Uf\U>>
U\^\JKJT REPORTER ON A V**>YXSE" MEMBER ■ DV 111/1
BATTLESHIP IS
HURRIED OFF
TOJEA
(By United Tress Leased Wire.)
NORFOLK, Va., Dec. 12. —Un-
der hurry orders the battleship
New Hampshire is today steam
ing toward Santo Domingo, hav
ing left Hampton Koads at mid
night with less than a normal
supply of coal in her bunkers.
Members df the crew who were
on shore leave, it is said, did not
sail with the warship.
LET SANT A DO IT!
Don't Worry About the Conduct of V oitr Children Just Now. The Watch
ful Spirit of Santa Clans Will You eh for Their Good Behavior Dur
ing the Next Few Weeks.
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Specials in the Day's News
LONDON, Dec. 12. —Diplomats here today predict that a
l formal ambassadorial conference of the great European powers will
I be held in Paris early next year as the result of the meeting of am
bassadors here. The ambassadors plan daily informal non-com
mittal "conversations" next week while the peace envoys of Turkey
and the Balkan allies are holding their conferences.
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 1 2.—Despondent because of a long sep
aration from his wife, who now resides in New York, H. C. C. Leon
hauser, believed to be a wealthy mining man from San Diego, is dead
here today, having committed suicide in a local hotel.
LONDON, Dec. 12.—Plenipotentiaries of the allied Balkan
states and of Turkey arrived here to open negotiations for peace.
It is believed the basis of the bargaining will be Turkey's renunci
ation of all territory the allies have taken. >*
• -••
ATHENS, Dec. 12.—Fighting hag been resumed between the
Greeka and the Turks in the district of Janina. A battalion of
Greeks occupied the village of Driseo near Janina after several
hours' fighting. Many Turks were killed and wounded in the affray
and the survivors were driven from the field in utter rout.
OREGON CITY, Ore., Dec. 12.— R. L. Holman, undertaker, haa
received from Mabel Davis, Newark, N. J., widow, a letter inferen
tially suggesting matrimony. Holman declares be doesn't know the
fair Mabel, but believes she has in some manner secured a picture
of his handsome face.
PORTLAND, Ore., Dec. 12.—Charles Gillespie reached through
the broken widow of a waterfront cafe and grabbed a bottle of cat
sup from under the nose of a patron.
"S'bum licker," he remarked Jaggily as the bereft patron, who
was a copper, nabbed him.
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 12.—A masked negro footpad got the sur
prise of his life when he ordered Mrs. Walter Wallace to throw up
her hands. She complied, knocking both the gun and his head spin
ning, and following with an attack on his shins. He fled, scream
ing.
DES MOINES, la., Dec. 12.—Jerry B. Sullivan, aspirant for the
secretaryship of commerce and labor, may become a member of the
new cabinet. Sullivan is in receipt today of a letter requesting that
he meet Prealdent-elect WiUon in New York upon the latter's return
from Bermuda.
THE TACOMA TIMES.
* (United Tress Leased Wire.) <$>
♦ CHICAGO, Dec. 12.— ♦
♦ Jubilant over the work ac- <§>
♦ complished here by the na- <$>
'«> tional progressive confer- <f>
*> ence, Col. Theodore Roose- <$>
♦velt started for New York <?>
$> at 10 a, m. today. <?>
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SAYS HUBBY WAS
VERY NEGLIGENT
Because her husband was neg
ligent about caring for his fam
ily and because he refused to
lake orders from her nursemaid,
Mrs. Mary Ellen Dunkerly, 804
North Ij street, sued for divorce
which has been granted by Judge
Kasterday. All Dunkerly's time
recently had been devoted to
study of deep subjects, according
to the wife.
GIRL'S BODY IS
REFUSED BY
DOCTOR
Uublun
CIIICO, Cal., Dec. 12. —
Local surgeons here today
refused to accept the body
of Miss Hilda Cooper, who
killed herself Monday be
cause she was a hopeless
paralytic. They claim that
no benefit could be derived
by science from an autopsy.
Miss Cooper, before tak
ing her life, made her par
ents promise that in case of
death her body should be
given to science.
WARSHIPS ON
MEXICO COAST
(My United Press Leased Wire.)
VERA CRUZ, Mex., Dec. 12. —
Four United States battleships
under command of Admiral
Flaeher are due to arrive here
this afternoon. Mexicans gen
erally view with distrust the
warships.
HOUSEHOLD ECONOMY ' '
How to Have the Best Cough
Syrup and Save $2 by Mak
ing It at Home.
Cough medicines, as a rule, con
tain a large quantity of plain syrup.
If you take one pint of granulated
sugar, add Vi pint of warm water
and stir about i minutes, you have
as good syrup as money could buy.
If you will then put Hi ounces
of Pinex (CO cents' worth) In a
pint bottle, and fill It up with the
Sugar Syrup, you will have as much
couch syrup as you could buy ready
made for f 2.50. It keeps perfectly.
. And you will find It the best
cough syrup you ever used —even In
whooping cough. You can feel it
take hold — usually stops the most
severe cough In 14 hours. It Is Just
laxative enough, has a good tonic
effect, and taste Is pleasant. Take
a teaspoonful every one, two or
three hours..
.Mt Is a splendid remedy, too, for
whooping cough, croup, hoarseness,
asthma, chest pains, etc.
Pinex Is the most valuable con
centrated compound of Norway
white pine extract, rich In gualacol
and all thq healing pine elements.
No other preparation will work In
this formula.
This reclpa for making; cough
remedy with Pinex and Sugar Syrup
Is now used and priced In thousands
of homes In the United States and
Canada. The plan has often, been
Imitated but never successfully. .
A guaranty of absolute satisfac
tion, or money promptly refunded,
goes with this recipe. Your drug
gist has Pinex, or will get It for
you. If not, send to The Plnex Co.,
it. Wayne, lad.
♦ >»
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♦ (United Press Leased Wire.) <?>
<s> LONDON, Dec. 12. —May ♦
♦ Kinder Astley, an American <?>
■$■ comedy actress, is nr/ned to- <?>
<?> day as chief beneficiary in •
$> the will of Henry Astley, the <?>
# aviator killed at Belfast Sep- ♦
<$>tember 1 last. Astley mar- •
4> ried Miss Kinder shortly be- ♦
•fore his death. All of the ♦
♦ $328,005 estate goes to the ♦
.*> widow except $20,000 be- <;>
•■ queathed to relatives. <?>
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KIDNAPS HIS
DAUGHTER
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
OREGON CITY, Ore., Dec. 12.
—Posses are today searching for
William Lilly in bis daughter
Hazel, the father having kidnap
ed his girl after having held oft
a constable and Mm, Lilly at the
point of a revolver. The kidnap
ing comes as the result of a war
rant sworn to by Mrs. Lilly
against her husband, the woman
alleging that her daughter need
ed protection.
CONVICT SET
FIRE JO PEN
(Hy United Press Leased Wire.)
SALEM, Ore., Dec. 12. —John
J. Stanley, serving seven years for
forgery, and his cellmate, Louis
Huffmann, are in solitary con
finement today as the result of an
alleged discovery that Stanley
was responsible for the fire of
December 3, which partially de
stroyed the auditorium at tne
penitentiary It is believed a gen
eral jail delivery was planned.
LAWYER HURLS
BOOK IN COURT
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
PORTLAND, Ore., Dec. 12. —
While Deputy District Attorney
Pago was making his closing ar
gument to the jury In the trial of
Harry Leese for manslaughter to
day Attorney J. P. Logan, for
Leese, took exception to a state
ment, passed the lie and before
anyone could Interfere made a
forward pass at Mr. Page with
volume 1 of Lord's Oregon code.
The latter fumbled and the heavy
book went on, striking Juror W.
E. Jackson in the face.
NICK CAN HAVE
A JOB ANYWAY
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
CINCINNATI, 0., Dec. 12. —
Congressman Nicholas Long
worth, son-in-law of Col. Roose
velt, defeated candidate for re
election, will not have to worry
about a job when his term ex
pires.
"I will take care of Nick," said
W. S. Rippey here today. "He
can have a position as vice presi
dent of the Central Trust com
pany any time he wants it."
OREGON BARS
JURY _WOMEN
(By United Tress Leased Wire.)
SALEM, Ore., Dec. 12.—Wom
en of Oregon cannot serve as
jurors. The recent enfranchise
ment of women did not invest
them with the legal Qualifications
required of jurors.
This Is the opinion of Attorney
General A. M. Crawford given to
day to J. D. Venator, deputy dis
trict attorney at Lakeview.
BIG SURPRISE TO
MANYINTACOMA
Local people are surprised at
the QUICK results received from
simple buckthorn bark, glycerine,
etc., as mixed In Adler-i-ka, the
German appendicitis ;jj remedy.
The Owl Drug Co. states that this
simple remedy antlscptlcizes the
digestive system and draws off
the impurities so thoroughly that
A SINGLE DOSE.; relieves sour
■ stomach " and ' tlpation ■ IN
STANTLY. "AdvertisenuMit."
NEW FUN HITS
LOAN SHARKS
IN S. F.
SAN FRANCISCO, Dee. 12.—
To rob the loan shark of his prey
and to afford the needy a Chance
to borrow small sums at a "live
and lot live" rate of interest, tho
San Francisco Remedial Loan as
sociation i.s preparing today to
open for business next Monday.
At first tho loans will be con
fined to two classes —pledges ami
chattels —hut it is expected later
to add a third, the salary loan.
Hates for pledge loans will be
11-2 per cent per month and on
chattel loans two per cent.
JOHN L WILSON
LEFT $500,000
SBATTLM, Hec. 12.—The late
Senator John I>. Wilson left an
eatate valued at $,".00,000, ac
cording to the will filed here to
day. The entile estate is be
(lueathed to his widow and daugh
ter, Mrs. Helen Stuart C'hapin.
CLEANS THE Hi
. BEAUTIFUL^
In a few moments your haii
and abundant--No fal
Surely try a "Danderine Hair
Cleanse" if you wish to Immedi
ately double the beauty of your
hair. Just moisten a cloth with
Danderine and draw it carefully
through your hair, taking one
small strand at a time, this will
cleanse the hair of dust, dirt or
any excessivo oil—ln a few mo
menta you will be amazed. Your
hair will be wavy, fluffy and
abundant and possess an Incom
parable softness, lustre and lux
iriance, the beauty and shimmer
>f true hair health.
Besides beautifying the hair,
one application of Danderiue dis
solves every particle of Dandruff;
iP^|><;f' 'THERE'S no use of
«i tKi •■ * talking—this is the
BrueRiDDOH one best beer II is a
TL. Bc^cf CMit, pleasure to look at the bot-.
tie—anticipation is keen.':
And realization is in keeping with expectation.':
At the club, in the dining car, at leading
hotels and cafes, wherever the best people con-'
gregate, you find Pabst "Blue Ribbon" always
served with the modest luncheon or the mostj
sumptuous dinner.
Bottled only at the brewery in crystal clear bottles,
showing at a.' glance that it. is clean and pure. '* »»"•
Have your home supplied. j^\\sa»as%fckSii
\o|>y|^y* Langert Liquor Co.
. ■.'. r 1325 So., C ■ lit.. 'J'u.'fuun, Wnih, Vp^ """7^ ; ■-
PAGE SEVEN.
ARCHBALD HAS
50 FOR HIS
DEFENSE
(By United Press Tensed Wire.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec 15..;
—The prosecution in the Im
peachment proceedings against;
Judge Kobert \V. Arclibald of tHa
commerce court probably will rest
its case the last of this week.
The defense will present 50
witnesses, making it improbable
that the case will end. 'before
I January 11.
President W. H. Truesdale ana
Vice President B. B, l.oomis of
the Delaware, I>ackawanna &
Western railway were star wit
nesses yesterday. Lootnls said
Archbald asked him to confer
with Watson with a view to set
tling the Iloland claims against
the road. Watson wanted $101,
--000 but the railway was unwill
ing to pay that.
R. A. Phillips, also of the rail
way, said Arcbbald had nuked
him up to his home to talk over
the settlement. It was charged
that Archbald offered for a con
sideration to settle the case out
of court.
BURGLARS HIT
POULTRY PEN
(United Press I/cased Wire.)
SEATTLE, Dec. IS. —
blooded white Orpington
pullets, part of II brood of
the famous $10,000 white
Orpington "leggy," weie
stolen lust nic.lii from the
.i.i.i<-n peas of Mis. <i. is.
Moi'Kiiiii'otli. She paid !».'><>
•■mil lor them when five
weeks old.
MIXISTKi: IS NAMED.
The Hey. S. S. Healey, pastor of
Park Avenue Congregational
church, has been named successor
to diaries Head, county probation
officer.
AND IKES IT
DANDER IF
r looks soft, fluffy, lustrou3
lling hair or dandruff.
cleanses, purifies and Invigorates
the scalp, forever stopping itching
and falling hair.
Danderine is to the hair what
fresh showers of rain and sunshine
are to vegetation. It goes right
to the roots, invigorates and
strengthens them. Its exhilarat
ing, stimulating and life-produc
ing properties cause tho hair to
grow abundantly long, strong and
beautiful.
You can surely have pretty,
soft, lustrous hair, and lota of it,
if you will just get a 25 cent bot
tle of Knowlton's Danderine from
any drag store or toilet counter
and try It as directed. _

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