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Saturday, Jan. 11, 1913.
Ten acres, good 6-room house, barn and chicken
Irouse, close to Short Line car. YOU can't beat it for
quality and price. Can give terms. Will give price
when you look at the land.
Six acres, all in berries, Short Line car stops at
door; two 5-room houses; a bargain at $6,500. What
will you give ci
Two acres, all in berries and bearing orchard,
7-rooin modern house, close in. Owner will sell on
easy terms at $4,000, or part trade.
Fine modern 8-room house, one acre, lots of fruit
and pasture for cow; will trade for home on Pt. or 6th
Two acres, 4-room house, some fruit and best soil
in valley. Trade for 6-room modern, close in.
We have farms to trade for city property and
city property for farms, houses and lots for lots, and
lots for other lots. Kemember we trade and don't
you forget it.
List your trades before February 1, and don't
forget we are going to give another smoker February
1. All interested in buying, selling or trading invited.
BRING YOUR MATCHES, we furnish the smoke.
SEE BUBK #OR VALLEY LAND
204 Bankers Trust Bldg.
WHERE YOU CAN MAKE MONEY
i 10 acres of splendid farming: land. 12 miles from Tncoma; 7 acres
cleared and cultivated. 3 acres fir timber; all fenced and cross-fenced
with wire; house and Rood barn, 4 chicken houses and runs; well It ft.
deep, young: orchard of 30 trees. The 7 acres in cultivation is rich,
bottom land; the 3 acres timber is on a slight elevation making it an
Ideal place for poultry; right on road, 2 blocks to railroad station 15
minutes walk to car line, close to store and school. Tlila property be
long* to a bom-..•» |.|put ami the price In right—«27so. Terms. »300 ca»Ui
Blanco to suit purchaser. 5.q
SURETY BONDS. FIRE INSURANCE.
E. F. GREGORY CO., INC.
B. R. WEBB. X y OUFOORT
Second Floor National Realty Bide 1.. 1117 Pacific ay.
20 Acres Orchard and
. Alfalfa Trade,
Less than 2 miles south of Grand View we have control of a 20
--acre combination ranch property which we can deliver without cash
There are 6 acres of 6 year old Spitz and Wlnesap apples. 8 acres
3 year old Spit* and Winesap, 4 acres alfalfa, 2 acres plow land for
m potatoes, melons and garden truck. The 6 year old trees began to bear
this year and are prime for a big yield next season. This place could
well be divided Into two 10-acr pieces, as there Is a 4-rooin house on
each tract, one a well built bungalow with water in house.
There Is a Rood 140 foot well, pump, engine and tank. Good barn,
root house, milk house, chicken houses, etc. Also all kinds of tools
for orchard and farm use. Good stock of hay for winter use hay
derrick, rake, mower, wagon, harness, etc.
ancenot water right °** with th place (one small payment on bal
ance not yet due.)
The location Is on main county road. Hi miles to live railroad
town of Grand View, ranches on every side, and one of the most de
sirable fruit and residence districts In Yaklma valley. The whole 20
acres la fine soil, well drained and free from alkali "»"»= '•
The adjoining property of no better value is held at $800 per acre.
Wo can deliver the above 20 acres for $12,500 and take $7 500 worth
of clear Tacoma property In exchange. Would consider tidelands
building- lota, acreage or residence property unlncuinbered '
This It the making of a $20,000 place; everything goes. It's big
enough for combination stock, dairy and orchard ranch. All ready for
occupation and revenue from start. '.'■""*
A. H. BARNIIISEL CO.
422 California Bldg.
10 acres of choice land, partly
Improved, $750, half cash. W. M.
Murray, Graham, Wn.
6-room, new, modern cottage,
close In, one block from McKinley
car; all Improvements In and paid;
gas range goes with house. Small
payment down and $10 per month,
rice 11650. Bring this ad.
T. D. Gregory, office Morton and
MAKE me an offer on lots 20 and
21, blook 2. Buddlnlck's addition.
V ill accept any reasonable offer,
or will trade. Address T-101, cr
Two lots, southeast corner 35th
and Cheyenne St., on Point car line,
cheap. What will you give for
them. Good for business corner.
Phone Proctor 1149.
Cheap—2 corner lots and 7-room
house; grading done; must sell at
once. Call 3636 East G.
Near Bend, Oregon, all level, water
right pajd. Will exchange for Ta
coma p»'»erty; good soil.
£ W. MYERS
4 , Perkins Bldg.
One block of 16 lots, best loam
soil, excellent location for fruit,
t garden or chickens. Will sell on
easy terms or exchange for 2 or
4 lots in Tacoma. What have you?
Box H-101. Times.
Comfortable contentment In later
years guaranteed by saving $18.82
monthly for IB years; this Is our
1913 plan for young men; this sum
will completely pay for a modern
B-room new house and 2 lots in
above term of years—and don't for
, get: You'll not have to pay a cent
of rent In the whole time. And
bear In mind, above payment in
cludes Interest. Walk past 5703
South Yaklma avenue— It now.
LENNOX INVESTMENT COMPANY
_____ 206 Equitable Bldg.
FOR SALE or trade for city proper
ty, 160 acres of wheat land In
eastern Washington. Call at 2108
South Sheridan ay.
6-acre farm on old Puyallup car
line. This land is located at South
End Garden, only 6 miles from the
• business section of Tacoma. Ask
for John Udd, owner. •
. A small home cheap for cash, lot
36%x125 ft, small 3-room house
and other Improvements. Price
$350. So fare, 4 blocks east-from
Harvard station, old Puyallup line.
Frank Walters. . re*
W ~ FOP SALE
. pm.l acre Improved, fine for chicken
ranch; (-room house. , chicken
houses, barn, all kinds of fruit trees
■■and berries; 2 minutes from car.
, For price and terms call at 6821
So. Snrngue. .
, .10 acres near Puyallup for sale
cheap. Call owner. Main 7554-J-4.
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Is too much for a banker to make
on his capital, it is said.
No matter what the banker
makes; that Is not the question—
What are you Koing to do? What
are you going to make? Dons the
future hold a competance or a
You can make from
2©© to 3©© %
by buying 1 and cultivating land In
the Sacramento valley, California.
Ask about it today; also how to
secure a free trip to California
Jan. 15. Bring this ad. (A.)
111 10th St.
TWO EASY SNAPS
3-room well built cottage, 2 dan
dy lots cleared and have bren in
garden, $3 per month takes It.
2-rnom well built cottage, 2 fine
lots cleared. $050, $7 per month
6c fare, 1% blocks from car.
T. W. ASPINALL
604 Natl. Realty Bldg.
Tacoma, Wash. Main 873.
For sale cheap. 7-room house, 2
lots, modern, in fine location. No.
Oakes, Vj block to No. X car.
Phone Proctor 1560.
5 acres, close to school and old
Puyallup car, $426. Stettka, 5216
So. Warner st.
For sale, 80-acre dandy farm, SO
acres in cultivation. 8 acres of A-l
timber, balance pasture, 15 head of
cattle, 1 horse, barn for 40 head of
cattle, all cropped and fnrm Imple
ments complete, good well, running
water, best market, near good
town and R. It. Phone Main 7860.
One Aero —Half Cleared
ONE BLOCK FROM CAR LINE
Good level land, rich soil, fine
building site, locatod one block
from car line, 2 blocks from school
good neighborhood. Price $450 on
terms of $26 down and $10 per
J. M. CURTIS & CO.
314 Bankers Trust Bldg.
Do You Want <o Make Uoodf
Try It here. 8-r.. half block from
Sth ay., worth $2100. for $1700- 6-r.
near So. Tacoma line, worth $1000
for $1200; 1 acre, good house, near
car line, $1000. on terms.
Judges 4t Hill. 814 Baaker« Tra.f.
For sale cheap, 4-room house and
2 lots, 1 block to car, 6 per cent In
terest. Main 8399.
ALBANY, N. V., Jan. 11. —The
wreck on the Delaware, Lacka
wanna & Western railroad near
Corning, N. V., July 4 last was
due to the fact that Engineer
William H. Schroeder had been
drinking the night before taking
out his train, according to a dec
laration today of the state public
service commission. Forty per
sons were killed outright.
Chinese Tea Cukes
Work one-fourth cupful of
shortening until creamy. Add
gradually, while beating con
stantly, one cupful of brown
sugar. Dissolve one-eighth tea
spoonful of soda in one table
spoonful of cold water, and add to
first mixture. Then add one-ualf
t(*asi>oonfu! of vanilla and one
cupful of flour. Make Into balls,
place on buttered tin sheet, one
and one-half inches apart and
bake in a hot oven. This recipe
will make forty cakes.
«i COUPON IMI
To every sufferer from
This coupon, when mailed to
Mnicle »•'••»• llruft Co.. I), in.
l-l\2. Juekfion. Mich*, will living
you a $1 pair of Magic I''oot
Draft*, prepaid, TO THY FREE,
as explained below.
If You Have 1 .-■
Rheumatism Sign aiill Mail
This Coupon Today.
FREDERICK DTEK, Corresponding
My unbounded faith in Magic
Foot Drafts is built on'my record
of results. If you could see the
thousands of letters I get, tilling of
curd at every stage lit the progress
of this cruel torture called llhnu
inutlsm, euros of old chronics who
have suffered 20, 30 and even in
years, as well as all the milder
stages, you would lay aside your
doubts. Hut I do not ask you to
believe. I send you my Drafts to
speak for themselves. Send my
coupon today. You will get a $1
pair of Drafts by return mail to
try FKER. Then, after trying, if
you are fully satisfied with the
comfort they bring you, send me $1.
If not, they cost you nothing. You
I*l*l *'•*_ ' otadcmauk /''/ ""l"t
Wouldn't you mall a coupon to
know for yourself, when I, know
ing as I do, risk my dollar treat
ment on your verdict? Address
Msvglc Foot Draft Co., FK2 Oliver
Bldg.. Jackson. Mich. Send no
money—only coupon. Do it now.
Whnt Makes a Woinnn?
Ono hundred and twenty pounds,
more or less, of bone and muscle
don't make a woman. It's a goorl
foundation. Put into It health and
strength and she may rule a king
dom. But that's just what Elec
tric Bitters give her. Thousands
bless them for overcoming faint-
Ing nnd dizzy spells and for dis
pelling weakness, nervousness,
backache and tired, listless, worn
out feeling. "Electric Bitters
have done me a world of good,"
writes Eliza Pool, Depew, Okla.,
"and I thank you, with all my
heart, for making such a good
medicine." Only 50c. Guaran
teen by Ryner Malstrom Drug Co.,
938 Pacific ay.
H dMffWF^' IMP ■
THE TACQMA TIMES.
Qrnnp THE ciTB
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
NEW YORK, Jan. 11. —All na
tionalities and creeds in the Bow
ery mourned today when it be
came known that "Big Tim" Sul
livan's mind is gone and that he
its suffering from a fatal malady.
It is feared it will onot be long
before the disease completes its
On application of Sullivan's
stepbrother and stepsister, Su
preme Justice Amend signed an
order committing him to Bond's
sanitarium in Yonkors. Arrange
ments for his physical restraint
were necessitated as a result of
marked hallucinations. After a
commission has been appointed to
take charge of his affairs, it is
expected Sullivan will be removed
to Amityville, where John McCul
lough and Maurice Ilarrymore,
famous actors, died several years
Although Sullivan did not once
appear during the campaign, he
was elected to congress from the
Thirteenth district last fall.
For many years he represented
the Bowery in the state legisla
ture at Albany.
Real Estate Transfers
0:'(l B XV Josplyn & wf to Jas A
C«rr n 60 ft L i> to 12 13 604
Park & h ad 10
070 Pac Klty Corp to II It
.Schroder & wf L. 17-18 B 2701
Oakland ad 1
072 1) Bunker & wf to 1> p
Barker n2 w 125 ft L 3 B 3
■\Vap.ito Hills nd 1
074 p C Trae Light & row Co
to Pierce County 00 ft for road
over land In sec 25 & 36 tp
20-3 & 30-31 tp 20-8 over oth
er sections 1
07f>qe August Marsclike & wf to
c D Murdock L. 12 to 14 B
2109 Smith & 1) ad 10
076qc Anna Jj lCvans to llaun
sell Mitchell I, 17-18 H 2109
Smith & D ad 10
077<ic Muiinsel Mitchell to C D
Murdoch sumo prop 10
078 Longmiro shorf to The Spen
cer Co Li 11-12 Fox Is Villa
tracts & tract lying on w line
■aid lots 760
083 C B Latteroll & wf to Geo
B WUcox & Wf L 7-8 H 13 A
.1 Millers ad Puy 19
OS9 W V Marshall & wf to J H
Hells I. 8 to 10 B 83 Meekers
I ad Puy 500
094 Surah S Darling to Angela
X Fifer L 6 & w2 I. 5 i: 8
Crowls 1 ad 10
099 Hoy L Pace & wf to A B
Burnett L. 11-12 B 808 Park &
Bell. 11-12 B SOS Goodwins
105 Mary and Henry Altmans
berg;er to Alfred Smith L. 23
B 11112 Burns & B ad 10
107 I) Bunker & wf to B II Har
ris L 20 & 82 L 19 B 28 Mont •
Pk ad 1800
109 Willard Brady to Ella Brady
s2 se aw 16-18-4 10
115 State lilty Co to Paul
Michael L 11 B 15 Clinton .. 1
117 Michael Gleason & wf to
Walter P Davis L 7-8 B 2
Chapens 1 ad 1700
119 A Bottiger & wf to H XV
Arnemann I. 12 It 8141 Ind ad 340
120 Jos L Keesler Mary A and
Jno A Tierney to P S and
Frank Fenwlck 8 a in nw cor
L sec 6-19-4 2100
121 Frank M Ross to Jas C
Manley L 27-2S B 8 Bklys ad 3000
121qc Jno H Moys and wf to
Geo Li Moys und % of 6 a In
L. 3 sec 21-21-3 1
126 Jno It. II X and Oeo ti
Moys and wvs to Aetna Inv
Co 6 a in L 3 sec 21-21-3... 1
132 Nellie and Jno J McCready
to F A Saner L 14 to 16 13 5
McCready Hts 10
113 Same to Marker Berkt L
1-2 B 3 same plat 625
151 W A Schwartz & wf to
Em 11 Schwartz & wf 1 a se 20
--20-3 also 9x360 ft in same .. 1
154 Grace & Jas A Carr to Paul
T Kennedy n 50 ft L 9 to 12
B «04 Park & B ad 1
156 Paul T Kennedy & wf to
Grace & Jas A Carr n 50 ft L
9 to 12 B 604 Park & B ad.. 1
162 Li X Howes & wf to F It
Allinßton Li 11-12 B 2908 sup
plat Oklnd ad 10
166 W D Stewart to Oeo McD
Weeks 3 9a in n2 bo 26-21-2. .2300
168 O & J W Hieck to Thos
Carstens L, 8-9 B 40 Smith &
V ad 1
176 H R Paul & wf to N J Aus- '
tin I* 9 B 26 Manlto Pk 250
179 Shepard & Co to Joe Perco
■ Li 4 to 6 B 11 So Fern II 1 ad 225
ISO Alice C & Wm M Seaman to
Slmm & Maude Hunter L ii.
12 B 14 Etnvl 7Efr
181 R E Green & wf to Tlios B
Harrison L 3-4 B 36 Manlto
Pk ad 200
182 Nellie and Jno J McCready
to Lillian I. Dingle I, l to i.
B 4 McCready Hts 10
183 The Oakes Co to Mary I,
SpauldliiK L 17 & n2 L IS It 27
Barkers ad 450
185 Narrows Land Co to Marie
. Oonter L 18-19 B 23 Keg Pk 1300
IS6 Extrx of ('has !•: Cady to
Llzsle M Cady L 7 to 12 B 1
McGregors ad .......... .. ' 1
188qc Jas W Law to E A F
Glenn all and bet Laws ad on
n line & a line Wallace ad &
bet center Jeff st on west &
center Adams st on east B
193qc Jno Eden to II S Young .
w 165 ft s2 nw nw sw 20
194 Virginia Ball to Cora L *
Fitch 37Hx66 ft In Ii 16 B 10
Bklys ad ■ i
197qc Spokane Portland & Seat
-1 tie Uy Co to Jesse O Thomas "•"'■
1r 3.38 a In se nw 27-20-3... 300
201 X 8 Nehrinir A wf to Carl
A Anderson L 1 to 6 B 2 Port
-3 land Hts ad 14001
SCOOP MAKES THE DOCTOR'S
HOUSE IN SEVEN FLAT
(By United Press leased Wire.)
ST. PETERSBURG, Jan. 11. —
Despite the fact that crots failed
in some districts of Russia this
year quite as badly as they did
generally in 1911, the minister of
the interior has ordered the gov
ernor's prefects to forbid the col
lection of famine relief funds by
societies or individuals.
The distress in the stricken dis
tricts is even worse than before
owing to the poverty- of the pop
ulace as a result of the 1911
(By I'nlted Press Leased Wire.)
CHICAGO, Jan. 11. — Mrs.
Grace Guggenheim's suit to have
Set aside a divorce decree obtain
ed by William Guggenheim is
backed by a Wall street syndi
cate, according to Jacob Newman,
attorney for Guggenheim. New
man refused to divulge the names
of the men behind the syndicate.
LINCOLN, Neb., Jan. 11.—That
President-elect Woodrow Wilson
may be governed by higher mo
tives than gratitude in selecting
the members of the official family
is the hope voiced by William J.
Bryan in the current issue of the
"Cabinet positions," says the
article, "ought not to be regard
ed as currency with which to pay
(United Press I/eased Wire.)
1/ONDON, Jan. 11. —The en
franchised women of the world
now number 4,500,000, according
to statistics compiled by one of
the suffrage societies here. Of
these 2,700,000 are American.
Why are potatoes and corn like
the Pharisees of the Bible?
A. —Because they have eyes
and "see not" and ears and "hear
r «, 77 ,,
If your bones ache, your nose
runs aud you have the blues,
you've got the Grip.
If you take "Seventy-seven." at
once, you don't have to go to bed
or stay in doors, you can go
about your business and attend
to your duties —only be moderate
la living, eating, drinking, &c.
If you wait till your bones ache
and you begin to cough and
sneeze, it may take longer.
It pays to keep "Seventy-sev
en" handy, it is a small vial of
pleasant pellets, fits the vest
pocket. At your Druggist, 25c,
Humphreys' Homeo. Medicine Co.,
156 William street. New York.
Absenco Makes the Heart
• "We're told, t»ut a good portrait
of the absent one will keep
the recollection more vivid —
and comfort muny a lonely
, hour of separation.
Now at 108 So. 12th.
IN MAN HUNT
SAN QIKXTIX, Gal., Jan.
11.—I ■,(,■(! by Warden
Hoyle, sixty armed men on
horses and automobiles are
searching the Martin county
hills today for Herbert W.
Itepsold, the "perfumed bur
glar," who rscn|ied from the
state prison here late lust
Up to 8 o'clock today he
had not been located. For
two years Kapsold had been a
model prisoner and lately had
been a trusty in the warden's
The entire force of "trusties"
were hard at work preparing the
books for a meeting of the prison
NOW WITH JURY
(Hy United Press I*»;ised Wire.)
WASHINGTON, Jan. 11.—The
fate of Judge Arc hbald of the
United States commerce court is
today in the hands of the senate
Bitting as a jury. Tlio CAM pass
ed out of the hands of the house
managers, and Judge Arehbald's
attorney Friday night after the
trial had proceeded for more than
four hours a day since Decem
The government ended its case
when Representative t>. Clayton
of Alabama made a last appeal
demanding the removal of the
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<•> LOS ANGELES, Cal., Jan. 11.—George Nelson, 17, and <»
♦ Edward Frame, are under arrest here today and police de- <5>
<S> tectives asserted that they can explain tho disappearance of *>
♦ 31 automobiles from Los Angeles in the last three months. <!>
<3> According to the officers, the boys have confessed to appro <j>
<$> prlating cars, stripping them of tires and other valuables and <?>
♦ abandoning them. They will a nswer in the juvenile court <?>
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ATTEND B G
The republican machine in this
state is going to try to get the
people to. pay their hard earned
dollars into a big fund to main
tain open headquarters and keep
a full cash box for the politicians
to juggle with.
With two-thirds of the coun
ties represented in the conference
and banquet last night the plan of
organiaztion and payment of
dues suggested by Chairman Uupp
An effort will be made to raise
at least $2,000 a month. If there
is anything left after the politi
cians at state headquarters get
their pay for running the office
it will go into a campaign fund.
Governor Hay,'in his speech,
said the party wag better off with
Roosevelt out. The same old
stand-pat doctrines were reiterat
ed by all the speakers. Progres
sives were dubbed traitors and it
was a genuine love feast of the
defenders of the special interests.
Senator Wesley Jones sent a
long letter and Governor Hadley
of Missouri sent a note saying he
was ready to help rejuvenate the
T To Ward Off Winter I
I Complexion Ills I
To keep tlio face smooth, whit*
and beautiful all winter, there's
nothing quite so good as ordinary
mercoltzed wax. Rough, chapped or
discolored skin, inevitable In this
weather, is gently absorbed by the
wax and replaced by the newer
fresher skin beneath. The face ex
hibits no tract of the wax, the lat
ter being applied at " bedtime and
washed oft mornings. Creams,
powders and rouges, on the other
hand, are apt to appear conspicu
ous at this season, because of al
ternating expansion and contraction
of the skin, due to changing tem
peratures. Try this simple treat
ment. Get an ounce of mercollzed
wax at any drug store and use like
cold cream. This- will c help any
skin at once, and In a week or so
the complexion will look remarka
bly youthful and healthy.
Winds and flying dust often
cause squinting ana other contor
tions which ■ make wrinkles. You
can quickly get rid of every wrin
kle, however produced, by using a
harmless face bath ■ made .by dis
solving 1 nj, powdered saxollte In
H pt. witch haiel. , ■--..-. ..,
board today. At 12 o'clock last
night, Kepsoid yawned, put on his
prison cap and walked out of the
front door. As lie went he slipped
on the overcoat of Colonel Dennis
Duffy, president of the state
board of prison directors, who was
in an inside room. His absence
was not noticed for fully fifteen
Repsold was arrested In Sacra
mento after about a dozen bur
glaries there and three in Onkland
had been traced to him. Ik was
convicted and sentenced to fif
teen years' imprisonment, lie is
the son of a wealthy San Fran
cisco wiiie merchant, who died re
judpe for alleged misconduct.
Tlie full penalty which the sen
ate has power of giving includes
uot only the removul from office,
but the disbarment of Archbald
from holding any position in tho
Xo vote on any of the 13 sep
arate charges against Archbald is
expected until Monday. The sen
ate debated the case today in ex
ecutive session. Separate votes
will ho taken on each of the 13
articles of impeachment, a two
tliirds vote being necessary to
(By United Press I>a*rd Wire.)
LONG BKACII, Cal. t Jan.
11-—"Widows of dead sol.
dlcrs" lined the lawn of (ho
Rev. Irving Rasmus, temper
ance leader today. A regi
ment of empty whisky bottles
was massed on the veranda.
Tlio bottle army was routed
by the police, who are look
ing for the jokesterg.
IIAHVAIM) MAY PICK
I'OOTHALL CAPTAIN WHO
HAS NKVEU WON "11"
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Jan. 11.
Harvard may elect as captain for
its 1913 football team a leader
who has never made his varsity
letter. The man to whom this
unique honor may go is Tudor
Gardiner, coach of last season's
The Gardiner candidacy Is the
outgrowth of the Hitchcoik-Storer
battle for the captaincy. Unless
the warring factions come to some
mutual agreement Gardiner's
chances of winning are excellent.
Gardiner broke his arm in the
Princeton contest somewhat over a
year ago. He had to have the in
jured member set aud rebroken a
half dozen times. Lnst fall he did
not try for the team, but acted as
Early in November he regained
the complete use of his arm, and
then announced his return to the
game. At the time of his Injury
he was considered one of the best
tackles in the country.
WHAT Im.i.n CUBAX WAXT?
Armando Marsans, the holdout
fielder of the Cincinnati Reds, has
written to President Hnrrman of
the Reds, declaring he will not
sign a contract wherein a salary
increase is the only inducement
Clip this out and paste it on
your shaving mug, Alfonso:
A camel can work eight days
without taking a drink; and a
man can dri, k eight days and
■i Earned It. ■*■ '■-■
Woman— How did r«tt set that
Carnegie medal? v f — •
: i Tramp—Heroism, lady. I took
it ; away from <■> a guy L< that was
twice my «lie. -•'•■> -':;- ■• ;..-i>
- By "HOP"
(By I'nil. .1 IV. -h i..-..-.-.l Wire.)
BPOKANK, Jan. 11.—Follow
ing the announcement by George
Woodcock, a Benior, that he had
secretly married Miss Agues
HoUzgren during the Chrittraaa
holidays, the North Central High
school today claims the North
west record for the number of se
cret marriages and elopements
during one semester. Seven pu
pils, of both sexes, have fallen
victims to Cupid's wilea.
♦ Fl/OUlt CIJMIIS. <»
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Catarrh; Coughs, Colds ami Soro
Throat Quickly Yield to Sooth,
ing, II ruling, Antiseptic Vapor.
Clears Stuffed Up Head
Hundreds of thousands of sen
sible people all over tli-e civilized
world have siueesnfully breaLho.il
Booth's HTOMBI fur catarrh and
nosn and tlin>at misery.
Besides breathing lIYOMKI
throuh the inhaler, during the
day thousands have, used the
vapor treatment at Bight with a
teaspoonful of HTOMBI in a bowl
of boiling water.
A series of tests just completed
prove that the following vapor
treatment Is just as effective anil
more economical and we publish
it because thousands will be glad
to know it. Here it is:
Heat a teaoup and then fill It
half full of boiling water; pour
Into the water one-half teaspoon
ful of 11YOMKI, hold the cup
close to face and breathe the heal
ing, germ destroying vapor
through both nose and throat
deep into the lungs.
A bottle of RTOMBI Is 50 cents
at druggists the world over. The
complete outfit which Includes in
haler costs $1.00. Just breathe
It—no stomach dosing.
For catarrh, coughs, colds, and
sore throat and all nose and
HYOMEI Is guaranteed by
Crown Drug Co.
Famous Tenor Will
Sing This Afternoon
At Ellers Free Concert in th«
Temple nt Music, this afternoon
Caruso, the world's greatest
tenor, will be heard in three se
lections: Tosil's beautiful
"Goodbye," In Italian; "For You
Alone" will be sung in English,
and the always loved Quartette
from "Rigoletto" will be produc
ed. In the latter the voices of
Sembrlch, Srotti and Severiuo
will also be beard.
These famous artists will not
appear in person, but through th*
medium of tlu« wonderful Vlctrola
Several selections will be play
ed on the Autoptano.
The concert begins at 3 | m.
Mid no admission is charged.