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>gK)DERN CAPTAIN KIDDS
A typical little game in high finance has been going on in connection
with an electric railroad between Chicago and Milwaukee.
For years the steam roads have fought the plan to haul people between
these cities by electricity at cut rates. At last, the electric line wil forced
into a receivership, followed by a reorganization committee, at the head of
which is Chicago's most powerful banker. The reorganization bought in the
property for $6,700,000, paying a rival interest a bonus of $:>OO,OOO not to
kite the bidding; and then they set forth to recapitalise so as to put forth
securities amounting to $i)(),5()6,(MK) —or four to one!
And this torrent of water, representing not a penny of real investment,
might have got by, as in so many other instances such raids on the public
have got by, had not the federal bench in Chicago had on it one vigilant,
people's judge—Kensaw Mountain Landis. lie put his foot down flat, as in
the $2.(),(KM),()()() Stanford Oil fine; but of course the inflaters are appealing.
In the same city pretty much the same crowd is trying to get $40,000,
--000 of water injected into a merger of elevated and surface lines, to become
for 40 years an excuse for surtaxing the people.
Were you to steal one ride on one of these pirated railroads and get
caught, the law is rigged so as to rush you to jail. What are we to do with
our Reynoldses and Morgans?
The house ways and means committee in its hearings of protests against
tariff reduction did a real good thing, something which we believe is rather
novel in tariff Inquiries.
It heard the wail of the president of the National Cilue association and
then asked him what his profits are. There's much confusion as to the actual
results of the tariff and there is much lying about it. But if you can ascer
tain what the profits are under the existing schedules you can come pretty
near to sizing up the monopolistic effects of the protection accorded.
Of course, Mr. (Hue, president, whined about the question being imper
tinent inquiry into his private affairs and none of the committee's business,
but prevention of the piling up of enormous private fortunes through privi
lege of plucking consumers is the whole country's business, and we are go
ing to inquire into every man's private affairs through process of the in
come tax. ,
There has been too much tenderness toward private affairs and the pri
vate affairs which are detrimental to the public good must be regulated.
Let the ways and means committee put that question about private
profits to every fellow who conies before it to object to reductions in behalf
of the consumers from whom profits are wrung.
There is another side to the child labor problem than the one in Governor
Sulzer's mind when he told the New York solons: "No commerce that de
pends upon child labor for its success has a right to exist."
Abolishing child labor leaves the necessary job only half done.
There were families at Lawrence, there were families in the damnable
jjNew York canneries which Mary Boyle O'Reilly exposed, all through our
"sweated industries there are families by thousands, which could not exist, let
alone live, on the wages which the parents receive, working however indus
triously. The child is in the mill in order that food may be in the home.
Childhood must be saved. So, also, must manhood. Jf an industry can
not be organized to pay to its grown-ups a wage sufficient to enable them to
found wholesome homes and rear children who have a fair chance, without
sacrificing dividends, then we must brace ourselves to see the dividends van
ish until a more efficient management can be found. For, as Bulser says:
"No industry has a right to rob the state of that which constitutes its
'Rah for Assemblyman Inman of
the California legislature! Remits his
mileage to the state and calls on his
fellow-members to do likewise. Whis
per! Inman's mileage is 20 cents.
Other statesmen please copy, just the
Morris Hogue hanged himself at Los
'Angeles with his Christmas necktie.
Little is it realized how strong the
temptation is in a Christmas necktie.
David Starr Jordan goes back 870,
672,000,000 persons to make us out a
descendant of Alfred the Great, Eng
land's pious king. We suspected that
our piety had filtered down through
billions and billions from somebody.
Now that George Williamson is out
of the school board, Governor Lister
felt it safe, to suggest that school
buildings be used as social center club
I .^C^ffi ft 133 k ■ W*» Thr Dental service we
MsMW^tsl *y a MB) X W Bar ■■ T™B offer to the public Is bas
lH^a!^WßF^'^tTfl^*^'"^tf*Jl> f>l' "rst and always upon
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TACOMA THKATKR III.IHJ. vanced methods.
■■■%: Corner Oth and C St«. Our scale of price* Is
1 '>->■■ w ' ' ' .the lowest consistent with
S<l 9 •^YsTiai'B Ir» fill A strictly first-class work.
liii^-fl CaiS . 111 IIIC Wa seek to retain the
'■■'■• C'■'.■ .'■', "'»■-" •■•■-•■• -• favor 'of our patients by
»- DaiHe Location *°° work nd fair treat.
,|- ,.......,.... t. - ment. A satisfied patient
/••' •: ' * Managers i ■ sends us more business,
i i; DR. AUSTIN. DR. BURKS. and the recommendation Is
V- Painless Extracting .. ..... 60c worth more to us than any
; Gold Crown .. ... .. . . .T. .. «5 oiheT advartl«ln« we do.
1 Bridge Work |.V.; 77f...... 93 "/ ELECTRO n\ i r.itoM-:
Gold Filltaft* 91 up i-i \ 11:«
Platinum Fillings .......... 91 Is our specialty, as they
.■■.;.:■: ; ■ ■■ . ■ are the lightest, most win
-5 EXAMINATIONS fAXD '. . Jtary and will stand more:
?-(«. ■■■•.-:-.! . KSTIMATES FRICE ' stress ■■; than - any -■ other
C-5 , * Plate made, regardless of
■ • - mii rn'r rua ' • . Kind or material, . and the
; WK UIV*. price Is within reach of all
. ■. .-■.--■--■• --"■";■• ;- ■"■'■ ■•''■■- V;"i • — $a.oo to ai5.00. ..-_•,..
i l*^ All t Work Guaranteed. Call and see samples. •
Gditortal Pa^e oifCfie Cacoma Cimes
Juror Kinniman was fired by Judge
Cuslunan because he thinks a liar will
be a liar whether under oath or not, but
he will have a lot of backers just the
A. V. Fawcett's Tacoma anti-treat
ing ordinance introduced in the senate
by Walter Davis yesterday Inay yet
add to the gaiety of the legislative
Citizens who have found Mills,
Woods and Lawfon in long and secret
conferences every day this week are
beginning to wonder what important
public business requires this series of
star chamber sessions.
The taxpayers will certainly be with
the state bureau of accounting in its
scrap with Controller Meads if the
bureau can show it will cut a couple of
men off the payroll in the controller's
"Our Turkish war pictures fell
"Why was that?"
"People claimed they weren't
as good as the kind we used to
stage ourselves on Long Island."
The Choice of a Husband
Is too Important a matter for •
woman to be handicapped by
weakness, , bad blood or foul
breath. Avoid these kill-hopes
by taking Dr. King's Life Pills.
New strength, fine complexion,
pure breath, cheerful spirits —
things that win men—follow their
use. Easy, safe, sure. 26c.
Kyner Malstrom Drag Co., 938
Pacific ay. .„•-.. . ;
f 6|ftTELffl NIGHT
HcOSjtC"*" S Enroll n°w'
THE TAGOMA TIMES.
M££ *&& £m&£*£&
When Lord B. died a person
met an old man who was one of
his moat intimate friends. He
was pale, confused, awe-striclien.
Kveryone was trying to console
him, but in vain.
"His loss," he exclaimed, "does
not affect me so much as his hor
rible ingratitude. Would you ne
lieve it He died without lea -
ing me 1 anything in his will —I
who have dined with him at his
own house three times a week
for 30 years."—Life.
Never Mind the Punctuation.
He was trying to kiss her.
"Don't! Stop!" cried the girl.
That's the way girls are?—
Know Herself at Once.
Traveler— l am trying to find
a lady whose married name I
have forgotten, but I know she
lives in the neighborhood. Per
haps you know her— singularly
beautiful creature, with pink and
white complexion, seashell ears,
lovely eyes, and hair such as a
goddess might envy.
Servant ßeally, sir, I don't
—Jane, tell the gentle
man I'll be down in a minute.
Head of the House.
"Could I see your husband,
ma'am?" asked the tramp at the
"What do you want to see him
for?" demanded Mrs. Henpeok.
"I am the head of this house."
"Oh, excuse me, I didn't know,"
replied the tramp, courteously.
"In that case, could you spare
me a pair of your trousers,
ma'am ? " — Harper's Weekly.
Changing His Inick.
"Farming methods have
changed, haven't they?"
"Yep," replied Farmer Corn
tossel; "now a man thinks he's
unlucky if he has to borrow
money on his place. He used to
think he was lucky if he was able
to."— Washington Star.
By the Junior Office Boy
n. y., Jan. 17. —do you remem
ber my riting the storey about
the yung married man that rent
ed a flat and paid 3 months in
and then met some frends and
from that time on he couldent
never remember where the flat
that got him In pretty dutch
with his wife, him being a blam»
fool and telling her all about It
and now he is dutcher than
ever, as inocent as a lamb, and
yet the inrs. won't hardly speak
and when she does, he wishes
this yung feller Is a theatrical
guy, and of course he gets to a
lot of shows
the uther night him and the
wife and a couple of frends was
sitting In a box at a theayter
when an usher told him he was
so he went out, and here was a
swell auto at the door, and a ac
torine in it that this guy ust to
know quite well before he took a
hrodie into double harness
the dame had a check for 200
dollers, and she wanted it cashed
right quick, and she thought
probly John (only that aint his
name) could do it for her, so she
had trailed him from his office to
well, John is a kind-hearted
mutt, so he grabs the check and
starts out around times square to
get the dough
he had to ko to 2 or 3 box of
fises before he found one where
they would slip him the kale
then he beat It back to the
theayter where his lady frend
was waiting for him in the auto
meanwhile his wife got kind of
11 §&ys: ':■!!
"Date Crosscut received ' a
store leg by parcels post an' low
feels encouraged ter send fer a
half ton of anthracite coal."
. "Don't you think Mrs. Scrib
ble's new hat is a poem?" | i.-,
"Not exactly a poem, although
It cost Mr. Scribble a sonnet."—
Birmingham Age-Herald. v<". I
OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
worried and she had come out
side to have a look for him, not
knowing but what he might of
run acrost some moro of them
friends of hisen
just as she comes out here is
nor husbend handing this swell
TACOIVSA PUBLIC MARKET
Is Located in Concrete and Steel Bldg. on Southwest Corner of 11th and D Streets.
mi N TOGO Eggs LOOK Eggs
Pub. Murkct Store j*m m s* 99 H JF Jfl . OD
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T?~*-~..~' Grapes. 2 ibs. for 25c and ioc Our very best lowa Creamery Butter, 37% c lb.,
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m m 1 . Fine Apples 35c- ioc Fine Eastern Butter, 3 lbs. for $1.00
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• ' Egg Plant, 15c, 2 lbs. ... 25c
Special for Friday and Head Lettuce, 2 for 15c and ■■__._ I*l. Wj ■■ O|
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Fresh Oysters Open Dally. Potatoes, per cwt VSc llofi f} ommerce gt n6ar nt q
Washington Fish .V Oyster Co. Quick Delivery xxw> commerce &*"> near lltn OC.
Public Market. stall 6. Tel. Main 3443 _______„_«.-——__—^_—____^^^____—
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•^ 4 cans Spanish American . .
M<*at Market Bwp2sc< :——
mcaimaiivci Freo Delivery Fancy Apples, box ...-.-.-....... : .... 75c and up
ii 46 so. d " smvvEßs # . Fancy Cabbage, per 100 1b5................ ,56c
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Phone Main 475 MIE BAKERY Apples, per b0x*........i... V... ;.;..V........\'68c and up
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lookiug fairy in the gas cart a
roll of bills that would stick in a
well, you can guess the rest if
you are any kind of a guesser at
the more the poor boob ex
planes, the more she just looks at
him and says "oh yes, i supose
and that la very discuridging
nil«'\lk,Tr'f« Business Office Main 12.
i Hi 111 P^ Circulation Dept. Main 12.
■ *»V*l»Jk/ Editorial Dept. Main 794.
•OFFICE—776-778 COMMERCE ST
BOSS OF BRITISH NAVY DOES 810 THINGS
WITH 12 YEAR OLD ENTHUSIASM
BY William O. Shepherd. I
LONDON, Jan. 17.—There are
few Englishmen whose futures
loom go big, just at present, as
He's only 38 years old. Less
than two years ago he took tne
admiralty job and today he's one
of the world's navy experts.
He's half American, for his
mother, Lady Cornwallls West,
was Jennie Jerome of New York.
When he became war corre
spondent after leaving school his
first job was the Spanish-Ameri
can war. Most of the corre
spondents went with the Ameri
can troops, but not Winston; he
did the odd thing, as usual, and
went with the Spaniards. He
got a Spanish medal tor bravery
and a lot of news that the writ
ers on the American side couldn't
While the other correspond
ents had also bad exciting times,
they came home and wenl back
to routine newspaper work, but
Winston started a lecture tour
on "My Desperate Experiences in
War." It went, too. He even
journeyed over to the United
States to tell the folks there
Then he made up his mind It
was time to go to parliament.
The matter of being too young
had spoiled the whole first twen
ty years of his life, but at last he
convinced the neighbors that lie
was old enough to be an M. F.
aud they sent him.
He was 30 years old then, he
made the dignified old fellows
afraid of him; he called one ot
them a "miserable old man,"
and altogether he pestered them
so aud made so much fun of
their belief that things ought to
be done the way they were done
a century ago that they gradu
ally let him alone.
Every time he took up a meas
ure he acted as if he thought it
was the biggest and most vftal
thing that had ever confronted
He was made home secretary;
that gave him charge of the po
lice aud the right to call out
troops when necessary.
Now he has charge of the
navy. He's making a big Job out
of it. He thinks that Germany
is bound to pitch into Kngland
some day, and he intimates It in
his speeches. He wants parlia-1
Moving and Storage
Friday, Jan. 17,1913.
nient to give him enough money
to create a navy so Targe that
Germany can't eaten up In DO
One 16-ln. Great Western Hot
Blast Heater. Reg. CIO Cfl
$17.00. Special ...$ I OiUU
One 14-in. Tubular Hot Blast.
Reg. $16.00. «Mr) A A
One 12-in. Tubular Hot Blast.
Reg. $15.00 91 1 If)
Special 4 I I . I U
Two 11-in. Fire Pot Hottentot
Heaters. Reg. O>Q nn
$7.25. Special $UiUU
Main 402. 1113 Tacoma iv.
The faeteat and flne«t da?
•trainers on the rcaatt
Wl.lli 1 KOUND TRIPS DAILY
Leaves Tacoma from Mu
nicipal Dock at 7:00. 9:00, 11:00
a. m.; 1:00. »:00. 6:00, 7:00
9:00 p. m.
Lcbv« Seattle from Caiman
dock, 7:00. 9:00. 11:00 a. m.
1:00, 3:00, S 00. 7:00. 9:00 p. m.
SIMil i; FAKIi! 85c
ROUND Til II 1 see
A Steamer E»erjr Tnt Hotira,
I . K. i-MU 1! 1., Acmt
Phone Main 3446