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NEW STATE OFFICIALS ON THE JOB AT OLYMPIA
H. O. liNl.bmk, Iwrmi C<»m- j w . Howell, Secretary of Slate.
iiiiNKioiier. C. \V. (iausrn. State Auditor.
KEEP THIS LIST-IT IS IMPORTANT
Agriculture -Senators McCoy
(chairman). Cotter, Hethel,
(chairman l, Anderson, Carlyon,
Piper. Brown, Scolt, I.andon,
Ilauks and banking—Senators
Stephens (chairman), Anderson,
Leonard, Howon, Veatherford.
Cities of first class —Senators
Shaefer (chairman), Steiner, Da
vis, White, Stephens, Allen, Met
Claims and Auditing—Senators
Wende (chairman), Allen Phlppe.
Commerce and fanufacturers —
Senators Fairchild (chairman).
White, Shaefer, Jackson, Camp
Senators Hewitt (chairman), Carl
yon, Sharpstein. Lanrton. French,
McCoy, Troy, Anderson. Hethel.
Constitution and constitutional
revision Senators linns (chair
man). I'hipps. Wende, Collins.
January Clearance Sale at the
Is very interesting to the frugal housewife. Intact, the "Bargain Store"
is attractive to everybody that wishes to get the most they can for the
money. We make mention of just a few of the many items you can buy
here for less.
GAS TOAHTEK • Worth at least 40c. Janu- .
Holds 4 slices of ~^«^ ary c)earance OQ#»
bread. January -JH^ r»vvi« rrnvw Sale price :.. &3C
Clearance Sale. I£U . CAW AS GI.OAES __________________
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and saucer Ob Clearance ifcw
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Well made and most ikon ham.l.is i^~^^ iw.mi- in .„,„,.,„,,
sensible, just like cut. Keg. 10c item. J;ir,u-_F^ _ I>«»\l.K EGG BEATERS
January 00*« arj Clearance 7nlLa&(afl < Reg. LOc value. 7-
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New Dress Ginghams. Ask to see them at Dry Goods counter. They're
-,•■ beauties. -' . ■}&s'}•£■■< '-'■ * 'S:: '••■;,■; : .-''-' i'
Paulson Bros. Co.
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Tel. Main 232. v .r r^;" f ' 1105-7 C st.
Corporations, othor than muni
cipal — Senators Piper (chair
man), Shaefer, Stephens, Mc-
County and county boundaries
— Senators Chappell (chairman),
Howen, Wende, Hall, Rosenhaupt.
Dairy and livestock —Senators
Bo won (chairman), Stephens,
Hammer, Kspey, Cotter.
Dikes, drains and drainage—
Senators Hammer (chairman),
Education — Senators Davis
(chairman), Sharpstein, Phlpps,
Educational institutions — Sen
ators Sutton (chairman), Flum
merfelt, Landon, White, Hall,
Bapey, Inius, Metculf.
Election! and privilegeft—Sena
tors Metoalf (chairman), lverson,
Wende, Collins, Urown.
Enprof«ed bills — Senators
Wende (chairman), Davis, McCoy,
Enrolled bills—Senators Weath
erford (chairman), Chappell, Ni
chols. Scott, Rosenhaupt.
Fisheries — Senators White
(chairman), Espey, Hammer,
Imus, lverson, Nichols, Troy, Col
(lame—Senators Collins (chair
man), Pliipps, White, Campbell,
(lame Fish —Senators Bethel
(chairman), Scott, Chappel, Sic-
Harbor and harbor lines —Sen-
ators Landon (chairman), Brown,
Carlyon, Espey, Piper.
Horticulture and forestry—Sen
ators French (chairman), Weath
erford, Cotter, liutchinson, Jack
Insurance — Senators Allen
(chairman), Flumnierfelt, Mall,
Irrigation and arid lands —Sen-
ators Klummerfelt (chairman),
Scott, Hethel, .McGuire, Hutchin
Judiciary — Senators Rosen
haupt (chairman), Sharpstein,
THE TACOMA TIKES
Ernest Lister, Governor.
Landon, White, Shaefer, Nichols,
Metealf, Imus, Steiner, Wende,
Mc-Guire, Phipps, Collins.
Labor and labor statistics —
Senators Campbell (chairman),
Hewitt, Metcalf, Landon, Rosen
legislative apportionment —
Senators Jackson (chairman),
Stephens, Wende, Leonard, Hall,
Chappell, Sutton, Allen, Metealf.
Medicine, dentistry, surgery and
hygiene—Senators Jensen (chair
man), Sutton, Carlyon.
Memorials — Senators French
(chairman), Fairchild, Allen.
Military — Senators Drown,
(chairman), Hewitt/ <Jackson,
Mines and mining—Senators
Cotter (chairman), Brown, An
derson, Flumnierfelt, Bowen,
tor Sharpstein (chairman), Cot-'
ter, Iverson, Hammer, Hewitt.
Printing — Senators McGuire
(chairman), Metcalf, Anderson,
Public buildings and grounds—
Senators Carlyon (chairman), Da
vis, Piper, Scott, Chappell.
Public morals —Senators Espey
(chairman), Campbell, Steiner,
Sharpstein, Carlyon, Anderson,
Public revenue and taxation —
Senators Scott (chairman), Fair
child, Jackson, Bethel, Hutchin
Pure food and drugs—Senators
Jensen (chairman), Allen, Carl
Railroads and transportation—
Senators Anderson (chairman).
Piper, Bowen, Stephens, Hewitt,
Fairchild, Imus, MeUuire, Carl
Roads and bridges—Senators
Nichols (chairman), French, Mc-
Coy, Flummerfelt, Anderson,
I^eonard, Brown, Collins, Hall,
Rules and joint rules- —Mr.
President (chairman), Senators
Carlyon, Hall, Troy, Shaefer, Col
Salaries and mileage—Senators
Iverson (chairman), Sutton, Hew
Senate employes — Senators
Hall (chairman), Rosenhaupt,
State charitable Institutions —
Senators Hutchinson (chairman),
French, Hammer, Iverson, Jen
sen, Steiner, Hewitt.
State, granted, school and tlde-
lnnds —Senators Steiner (chair
man), Weatherford, Espey, Mc-
Guire, Cotter, Hammer, Sutton.
State library—Senators Phipps
(chairman), Iverson, Davis, Flum
State penal and reformatory in*
stitutions —- Senators Leonard
(chairman), McCoy, Weatherfordi
Stephens, Fairchild, Jackson.
illUfl STOPS FALLING, DANDRUFF
DISAPPEARS—2S CENT "DANDEBINE"
Save your Hair! Beautify it! Invigorate your
scalp! Dander me grows hair and we can prove it.
Try as you will, after an applll
cattion of Danderlne, you cannbt
find a single trace of dandruff or
a loose or falling hair anil your
scalp will not. itch, but what will
please you most, will be after a
few weeks' use, when you will
actually see new hair, fine ana
downy at first —yes —but really
new hair—growing all over the
A little Danderlne bow will Im
mediately double the beauty of
your hair. No difference how
dull, faded, brittle and scraggy,
just moisten a cloth with Dander-
Clark V. Savidge, Land Commis
IV. V. Tanner, Attorney General.
CHARLEY IS BACK
NEW YORK, Jan. 16.—Charles
M. Schwab, president of the
Bethlehem Steel company, return
ed today from Kurope, where he
had completed a deal in iron ore
properties that he had said would
prove of great benefit to his steel
G. J. ON THE JOB
NEW ORLEANS, La., Jan. 16.
—A special session of the federal
grand jury was called here today
to investigate the finding here of
two carloads of rifles and ammu
nition believed to be intended for
Ine and carefully draw It through
your hair, taking one small
strand at a time. The effect Is
immediately and amazing—your
hair will be light, fluffy and wavy
and have an appearance of abund
ance; an Incomparable lustre,
softness and luxuriance, the beau
ty and shimmer of true hair health
Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowl
ton's Danderlne from any drug
store or toilet counter, and prove
to yourself tonight—now—that
your hair Is as pretty and soft as
any—that it has been neglected
or injured by careless treatment
— that'g all. adv
Louis F. Hurt, Lieutenant
The Commercial club com
pletes its annuul election
and will install the officers
chosen at a banquet this
evening. There will be ora
tory from both Charles Hyde,
retiring president, and George
Scofield, Hie incoming lead
er of the club. .Reports will
be made on the last year's
George Scofield is the new
president of the Commercial Club
YOU'LL FIND IT HERE
The birth anniversary of Rob
ert Burns will be celebrated by
Tacoma Scots at Masonic temple
Tuesday evening, January It, with
a burns program.
Harry Gaze will give a special
free lecture at the Masonic Tem
ple, St. Helens ay., on Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock. The subject
will be "physical Immortality or
Practical Methods for Perpetual
The parcel post of Uncle Sam
is getting groat variety of pro
duce in Taconia. This week the
clerks have already noticed roast
duck, kippered salmon, baled
hops, cocoanuts from Florida, hot
loaf of bread, Tacoma roses, lum
ber, and a variety of other
FITHXITIUK GOING EAST?
Our car almost ready. Reduced
rates. Northwest Forwarding Co.,
1722 Pacific aye. Phone Main
9 37. "Advertisement."
The American Casualty com
pany elected officers last night
with J. E. Chilberg, president;
F. A. Rice and A. O. Hanson, vice
presidents; A. Yon Boecklln,
treasurer, aud Fred S. Fogg, sec
Perfect fitted glasses $1.50 up.
Waff, Jeweler and Optician, 1147
C st. "Advertisement.
Twenty-six doctors of medicine
and three osteopaths were li
censed to practice in this state
according to the report of the ex
amining board of the last exam
Rnberold and Universal Roofing
$1.40 sq. up. Get samples. Ew
ing's Hardware, 1111 So C.
State Horticultural society is in
convention at North Yakima.
Whatcom democrats endorsed
George E. Ryan of Seattle for U.
S. marshal, and C. E. Fitzgerald
of Ferndale for state fish com
About furs. See Mueller, 921
South C. "Advertisement."
Sam Sutton was cut to pieces
by trains running over him in
Snow on the hills is worrying
sheep men of the Yakima coun
Furnishing Good Prints.
"Why don't you make Johnny
wash his hands once in a while?"
"They are taking finger prints
at his school," answered the wife,
"and you know how the child
loves to excell."—Kansas City
Rev. Olln M. Jones, Chicago,
has accepted a call to the pulpit
of the North Yakima Presbyterian
New shipment Milwaukee Sau
sage now in. Duenwnld's, 31.1 11th
" AdvprHftpmnnf *'
State Editorial association is in
session at Seattle.
Ex-Governor Hoch of Kansas in
an interview at Monteaano says
governors like Bl«ase of South
Carolina who say "to h with
the constitution" should be im
Mrs. Josephine Preston, State
Superintendent of Schools.
and Chamber of Commerce, his
election Tuesday night having
been almost unanimous.
Other officials are: Everett O.
Griggs. A. M. Ingersoll, vice presi
dents; G. H. Raleigh, treasurer;
G. T. Reed, H. B. Opie, L. H.
Long, E. Miller, W. C. Morrow,
A. E. Grafton, E. J. Walsh, P. B.
Cole and John Schlarb, trustees.
Holdover trustees. Thomas Car
stens, George Scofield, A. V. Love,
J. L. Carnahan and W. R. Rust.
"The Return of Peter (irimm"
will be the subject of a lecturette
to precede the announced lecture
of Mr. Harry Gaze on Thursday,
8 p. m., at the Masonic Temple,
St. Helens ay. All cordially in
WILLS IS NAMED.
WASHINGTON', V, C, Jan. IG.
—President Taft today nomina
ted: To be collector of customs
of Alaska, John R.Will of Alaska.
108 So. 12th st.
BUY YOUR GOOD
Wines and Liquors
1306 C st. Main 1773.
t/k ■■£* ' I
Victor Music is Delightful for Dancing.
THE VICTOR VICTROLA
Furnishes Most Enjoyable and Unselfish Home Entertainment.
Wo sell them on easy terms of payment. ■ ,
PRICES: $15 TO $250
FATHER smokes his pipe or cigar—all to himself. >
MOTHER enjoys her box of candy Immensely.
DAUGHTER is deeply engrossed in her latest book.
SON loves his roller skates or his work bench.
But the most unselfish, most generally appreciated and loved
acquisition to the household entertainment, the one thing which
all enjoy alike, Is the VICTOR-VICTROLA. -
There Is no form of music but that Is immediately at your
command if you own a VICTOR-VICTROLA.
Buy a fifteen-dollar one, at —just now!
Exchange it later towards a larger one if you wish.
Five dollars' worth of records will give you a nice assortment
to start with and you can Increase your collection gradually,
DROP IN AND HEAR THE VICTOR-VICTROL.A.
f*# BelteT' iPiaho for /Fh&Monen
1115 C Street—Between the Cables.
Tuesday, Jan. 14,1913..
i:<l. Meath, State Treasurer.
ili.v United Press Leaned Wire.)
NEW YORK, Jan. 16. —Mrs. B.
VV. Corey, wife of the steel mag
nate and formerly Maybelle Oil
man, the actress, went direct
from the ball room at Sherrys to
the steamer La Provence today
and retired. There was good rea
son for her non-appearance on
deck and when the steamer sailed
this forenoon, for in company
with several hundred nieniDers of
New York's smartest set, she had
danced until breakfast time.
The "party" was the gayest
and giddiest given at Sherry's
this season. There was little on
the program but the "turkey
trot" and the "tango."
Mrs. Corey'B dancing earned her
the applause of the assemblage
and cries of "bravo" and "en
core" were showered upon her.
At 4 o'clock Mrs. Corey said she
could not dance much longer as
she was going abroad for her
(By United l'ress Leased Wire.)
LONDON', Jan. 16.—With one
of the most elaborate weddings
of the London season. Miss Olive
May, an American actress, this
afternoon was married to Lord
Victor Paget, brother and heir
presumptive of the marquis of
Anglesey at All Saints' church,
FIREMEN TO VOTE
(lly United Press Lieaaed Wire.)
NEW YORK, Jan. 16.—Fire
men of all the railroads east of
Chicago and north of the Ohio
and Potomac rivers numbering
about 35.000 men, will vote on
the question of a strike, accord
ing to the announcement today of
the officials of their organization.