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BUY western-made goods and you
will be sure that you are not
helping to perpetuate the
fearful sweatshop system of the east.
There's a mighty human story about
the girl slaves of the sweatshops on
page four of the Times today.
EUGENE V. DEBS ARRESTED
(By United Press leased Wire.)
I i:m:i. HAUTE, Iml.,
Jan. 24. —Eugene V. Debs,
candidate for president of
the United States <>n tlie so
cialist ticket at the recent
election, was arrested hero
today charged with obstruct
ing justice by corrupting •">
witness in the government's
MM aKaln.it the Appeul to
The newspaper was attacked
by the government for violation
"BIG TIM" SULLIVAN.
Congressman Timothy D. Sul
livan, one of the owners of the
Sullivan & Considine vaudeville
circuit, whose local home is tne
Empress theater, has been ad
judged "incompetent" by a sher
iff's jury in New York.
Since last September "Hlg
Tim" has been In a private sani
tarium. He was placed under re
straint by relatives. His estate
Is worth several millions of dol
"Big Tim" Sullivan began lire
as a street urchin in New York.
Through political activity on the
east side he attained national
prominence and wealth.
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<S> OLYMPIA, Jan. £4. —Tak- •
♦ ing only time enough to clog 4
<$> the wheels of the legisla- 4
$> ture with 15 more bills, the <?
<$> senate at 11 o'clock ad- <?
$> Journed today until Monday. 3
♦ The committee on county •£
♦ division filed a favorable re- <»>
$> port on the plan to form 4
*> "Salmon" county out of <$
«■ KUckitat county. <?>
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
BERLIN, Jan. 21. —Carrying
the first non-virulent turtle serum
for the cure of tuberculosis ever
taken to America, Dr. Held of
Pittsburgh sails for the United
States tomorrow. .
Dr. Held obtained his cultures
of the Friedmann bacilli from Dr.
Piorkowsky after Dr. Friedmann
refused to give him any. :;* »"■ *.
V COMFORT SICK.
- Deputy County Attorney A*. B.
Comfort has been confined to his
home since jj last Friday with
chtckenrox, which disease, he be
lieves, - hi contracted > during a
conversa|j[\v with a county jail
prisoner.^**! , *£ ,: • e^|
Tacoma and vi-
cinity: Rain tonight
Rain west, rain or
snow east portion to
night and Saturday;
I warmer central por-
of the postal laws.
Theodore Debs, brother of the
accused leader, and Arthur
Bauer, his brother-in-law, fur
nished a bond of $1,000 for Debs
and he was released. Before
agreeing to Debs' release, United
States Commissioner O. M. Hall
stipulated that Debs should ap
pear at the May term of the Unit
ed States court in the third Kan
Debs was indicted two months
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
BELLINGHAM, Jan. 24.-
When the afternoon session of
Judge E. E. Hardin's court ve
gan today, two jurors had been
passed for cause by both sides,
subject to peremptory challenge,
in the trial of Jacob Furth, E.
W. Andrews, R. V. Ankeny and
Daniel Kelleher, Seattle bankers,
charged with aiding and abetting
William Schricker, president or
the defunct LaOonner bank, In
accepting deposits after the bank
was known to be insolvent.
•> SENATE. 4>
> First bill of session passed <S>
•> cuts interest on delinquent <§>
» taxes. «>
•> Landon offers new con- ■$>
•> gressional reapportionment «>
?• plan. <$>
•> Imus introduces logged- <$>
■> off lands and reforestation <$>
•> measures. <$>
•> Power to let King and <?>
•> Pierce settle Stuck river dis- ♦
•> pute asked. <S>
s> Women secure introduc- <S>
•> tion of appropriation for <»
•> state school for girls. <»
>> Whatcom county commls- ■?>
■> sloners' salaries cut by sen- <3>
•> ate. s>
> HOUSE. <j.
> "Cow county" combine <5>
•> turns down attempt to re- <$>
v district state. ■ <!>
>> Shank's invitation to visit <J>
•> Monroe declined. <S>
Asserting that both Commis
sioners Will H. Reed and Smith
had given campaign promises that
they would not reappoint F. W.
Samuelson as road commissioner,
thirty citizens from Gig Harbor
appeared before the county com
missioners yesterday afternoon to
protest the appointment of Sam
Threats to start recall petitions
against the commissioner were
heard in the council chambers.
Commissioner Reed told the
delegation that be personally
preferred another man in Samuel
son's place, but that he had in
sisted upon being given plenty of
time in which to find a capable
FIND TWO SUITCASES.
Two suitcases believed to be
those stolen from Julia Hanson,
the blind negro woman for whom
a benefit is being given in W. C.
T. U. hall, were reported to the
police as found by Nels Swanson
between two buildings at 623
South Steeie street, and are today
at headquarters waitiag for tbelr
DRUG MAN DIES.
LOS ANGLES, Jan 24. —J. P.
Duane, Pacific coast manager for
the Sun Drug company, died to
day at his home here.
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-♦- . OLYMPIA, Jan. 24.—1n a bill - introduced by Senator «
<$> Stephens, cities owning water plants are permitted to extend :>
'♦ their operations outside the city limits. Surplus waters, such <$•
<J> as the particular; city does not need for its own use, may be <$>
♦ sold outside, and mains and other extensions without the Urn- <$>
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VOL. X. NO. 30.
30e A MONTH.
CASE TOOK 2 LONG DAYS
DAMAGES JUST SIX CENTS
(Ily United Press Leased Wire.)
NEW YORK, Jan. 24.—After
two lawyers had taken two days
to present the evidence In the
case of Florence S. Cook to re
cover 125,000 damages from Ed
Specials in the Day's News
CHEYENNE, Wyo., Jan. 24. —
Theodore Roosevelt, It was
learned here today, has injected
himself into the fignc against the
re-election of United States Sen
ator Francis E. Warren from this
VIENNA, Jan. 24. —In view of
the danger of general European
difficulties as a result of the
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 24.
—Statements today by President
elect Woodrow Wilson that he
would be content without an in
augural reception are taken to in
dicate that all plans for social
functions at the inauguration will
<s> EVERETT, Jan. 2 4. — <S>
<$> Owing to deep snow In the •
•*> mountains, logging opera- "■
♦ tions are at a standstill and •
<S> announcement was made <S>
4 here today that the output <§>
♦ for the season would be cur- <J>
♦ tailed, an advance of +1 per 4>
■S> thousand is due February <$■
<S> 15. «>
TOO JOLLY, ARMY
(By Unite dPress Leaded Wire.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 24.
—Found guilty of being too
jolly with women and wine,
Capt. Wade Jolly of the marine
corps Is today dismissed from
the service by order of President
WINS NEW JOB.
SBATTLE, Jan. 24.—Henry R.
Williams was Thursday elected
vice president of the Chicago,
Milwaukee & St .Paul railroad,
with headquarters in New York.
THE ONLY INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER IN TACOMA
TACOMA, WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1913.
FIiOUKXCB S. tXKJK.
ward Henry Hart and his -wife,
lsabelle. it took the Jury but one
hour to return a verdict for 6
cents in favor of the plaintiff.
The suit grew out of the owner
ship of a dog.
Turkish revolution, all plans foif
a general demobilization of Aub-
irian troops today were aban
LONDON, Jan. 24.—An un
identified man today slashed four
valuable paintings in the national
gallery, hopelessly ruining them.
He was immediately arrested but'
refused to give his name.
PALERMO, Sicily, Jan. 24. —
With a note stating, "I w,teh to
die in beautiful Italy," on a dress-:
er nearby, a man of 24 years,
named Benkal, believed to be an
artist from San Francisco, Ca!.,
was found dead in a hotel liere
today with a bullet in his head.
A revolver lay nearby.
William Schoenbachlar, owner
of the Eastern dairy of Tacoma,
was severely injured this morning
when he was thrown out of a
dairy wagon in a runaway near
Fife, two miles from tl»4s city.
The injured man was removed
to his home, where an examina
tion showed that he had received
a deep gash on the head and is
suffering from Internal injuries.
The breaking of a kingbolt was
the cause of the runaway.
James Garvolis, white slaver,
and Frank Fragorner, and Her
mlnia Gardenas, murderers, have
been removed from McNeils is
land prison to the Georgia peni
tentiary to complete their sea-;
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 24.— The
second trial of Carl Reldelbacti,
alias Warr, who threatened to
explode a powerful infernal ma
chine In the central police sta
tion here six weeks ago, began
today before Superior Judge Wll
Orders have been given to
day by the county commis
sion allowing county prison
ers all the meat they need
for two meals a day, and en
larging the loaves of bread
which are given each prison
This change followed a visit
made by Sheriff Jamieson and
Cook Stanley uppn the commis
sion, in which they demanded an
Increase in the food allowance,
charging that the prisoners were
Hereafter meat will be ordered
by the quarter as often as is
deemed necessary by the cook.
Bread loaves of 14 ounces are to
be purchased instead of 9-ounce
loaves. One of these Is allowed
each prisoner a day.
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
WASHINGTON, Jan. 24.—
James J. Hill, the railroad
iii»km:ii<-. arrived here unex
pectedly today to testify be
fore the liihim- committee in
vestf|(atlng the money trust.
He was accompanied by his
son, Louis W. Hill.
(T»y VnHed Press Leased Wire.)
OL.YMPIA. Jan. 24.—After de
laying the introduction of his
bill for nearly a week, to be sure
he had made it hole-proof, Repre
sentative Goss put his anti-capital
punishment bill before the house
today which provides life impris
onment as the punishment for
murder and treason.
He Introduced a third bill cut
ting the pardoning power of the
If the latter bill becomes a
law, no prisoner sentenced to a
life term will be eligible to parole
until he has served 20 years.
CLERK HAS A
City Clerk Edwards this noon
escaped by a few inches from he
ing flattened out into a grease
spot on the floor of his office.
A large section of plaster fell
from the ceiling in his office and
went crashing to the floor. As
the drop is about 20 feet Edwards
rubbed the growing bald spot on
his pate with considerable satis
faction at being missed.
T. Toda, the little Montana Jap
grabbed by the federal marshal
and incarcerated in Sheriff lit uni
son's, bastile on a charge of steal
ing $2,500 from the registered
mail in Montana, does not like
prison fare, apparently.
This morning he had Attorney
Jfa.Hterson file habeas corpus pin
oeetfings before Judge Cushman
to gain his liberty on the grounds
that he is unlawfully detained.
The case comes up Monday
(■Orbing at 10 o'clock.
The park board held a special
meeting this morning and voted
to repair and remodel the pavil
ion at Point Defiance park where
ne«tl«Hi and to do it by day work.
A number of new piles will
have to be put in. new floors
laid and other improvements
made that may run up to $2,500.
Tile board will buy probably 50
new boats and will run the pa
vilion business for the people.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Jan. 24.
The first official act of the new
Turkish cabinet after recalling
the Ottoman peace envoys from
London wag to recall the Turkish
ambassadors from Vienna and St.
Petersburg (or courtmartlal.
Youth In Miller Case
Admits He's Perjuror
Willis Taylor Proven to Be in Employ of Brother of
Detective Captain Tennant—Miller's Counsel
Charges Lad Is Held in Fear of Seattle Police.
Willis Taylor, the boy accomplice of Peter Miller,
the accused burglar, is under an armed guard by or
der of Detective Captain Tennant. He ii in the em
ploy of the Seattle Taxi company of which Ten
nant \s brother is part owner, and has turned state's
witness in the present trial of Miller on the face of
an affidavit made by himself favoring the defense.
Taylor made these admissions
just before leaving the witness
stand this morning, after noariy
two days of testifying. The boy
declared he had asked for the
guard from Captain Tennanr
through fear of Louis Engstrom,
a private detective employed by
the Miller defense.
When Taylor left ttie room He
was followed closely by De.tecitve
M&gewskl of the Seattle depart
ment. Magewskl Is the man
whom Tennant has placed In
charge of Taylor.
Taylor's testimony, during the
two days he has been on the
stand, has been a jumble of
faulty statements and perjury ad
He admitted today that lie lied
when lie swore to an affidavit in
which .lie charged Captain Ten
iiiint with brutality and inliiininn
treatment while lie whs in the
Seattle jail. Other testimony of
fered yesterday, he could not re
call, and said repeatedly that lie
did not remember of having of
Attorney Glasgow told tne
court that he had employed r.ouis
Kngstrom to get the ract ß from
Taylor. Engstrom (titivated an
acquaintance with the boy to trie
extent that the two roomed to
gether in Seattle. Questions pur
rorting to show that Taylor had
told his roommate stories of Ills
torture in the Seattle jail and at
the hands of Tennant, were all
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■«> SEATTLE, Jan. 24.— Bernard Wick, aged 7, Bon of B. O. <$>
♦ Wick, is dead here today because he refused to jump when ■$>
♦ caught with two companions on a Great Northern trestle. .<£
♦ The other two boys leaped into the arms of some men work- <$>
<?> ing below, but Bernard staked his life on his ability to out- <$>
♦ run the locomotive and made for the end of the trestle. He ♦
<•> lost by a small margin. <?>
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(By I'nlU'd I'ross 1 • .-!•-. ,1 Wire.)
SAX FRANCISCO. Jan. 24.—
Capping the climax of a romance
begun at the bedside of his fath
er, whom she nursed back to
health, Nornia Anderson, reputed
to be the most beautiful trained
nurse in San Francisco, and
Ernest Rochat, son of a million
aire furniture and real estate
dealer, were secretly married,
and are today on their way to
Santa Barbara for the honeymoon.
LOS ANGELES, Jan 24.—The
trial of Ciarence S. Darrow on a
charge of bribing Robert F. Bain,
a juror in the McNaniara trial,
was resumed today after a sec
ond venire of 75 talesmen had
GIHLK OX STRIKK.
(By Vnited Pi-ens Leased Wire.)
CAMAS, Wash., Jan. 24.—
Thirty-nine girls employed In the
Crown Columbia Paper com
pany's bag factory are on Btrike
today following a demand for an
Increase in wages. The girls
have been receiving $1.10 a nay
and ask for $1.50.
lit limit MAN DOM.
(By I'iiiii-.I Pivks i.h.5.,1 wire.)
PORTLAND, Ore., Jan. If,—
J. Kingston Smith, manager of
the Pacific States Rubber com
pany, and organizer of that con
cern, is dead today.
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<S> across the hall In their fashionable, apartments, and live '<•>•
♦ with her, Mrs. Edith• B.; McDonald is today seeking a di- •*
'*' vorce from James P. Donald, 'who heads $20,000,000 ♦
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lip HERE are enough sad and sor
' I rowful things in life without
looking for more; give your
spare moments to the light frills and
maybe you will add a bit to your
store of happiness. Random Shots,
published only in the Times, will help
answered negatively by Taylor.
"Do you remember of having
said in my presence and In the
presence of other witnesses tnat
Tennant should be prosecuted for
perjury?" asked Judge Glasgow.
"Were the things you toM us
us bearing out your opinion
I rue 7"
"And yet you were willing to
see the man whom you say is
your best friend prosecuted for
perjury when you knew there
wasn't a scintilla of truth In what
you had said?"
"Yes, 1 was."
Taylor was asked if he remem
bered his statement that Harry
Morgan, a. negro, had been with
him in the "black hole" in Se
attle, had led him to say certain
Incriminating things, and that, as
soon as he had learned the story,
Morgan had placed his mouth at
the crack under the door and
whistled a signal to be let out.
The witness declared that he
didn't remember snylng this but
admitted that it was the trutn.
Objections on the part of tlie
prosecution prevented Taylor
from answering questions tending
(o show that he is now fn duress
and in fear of Tennant unless he
testifies to suit the detective.
Judge Clifford, however, sun
talnod the defense In its objec
tion and that line of Interroga
tion was dropped,
(By I'nted I'ivsk I.chmml Wire.)
RICHMOND, Cat., Jan. 24.-
-"To protect my health," is the
reason Riven by the Rev. Frank
Horn, former pastor of the First
Baptist church here, who is in
jail today for dodging the offi
cers who sought him on a deser
tion and bigamy charge. Horn
is accused by Eva Mac de Tov
rea of San Francisco of marry
ing her under the name of De
Tovrea in September, 1910,
while he had a wife living in
When first accused, Horn de
clared it was his "twin brother"
who married the woman and he
sticks to this story.
AUTO MEN TO
Tacoma automobile nien have
spent thousands of dollars In pre
paring their exhibits at the pure
food and auto show at the Glide
rink, and tonight is their night.
Autoists from all parts of the
state are expected to take part
in the entertainment.
GIRL LEADS STRIKE.
NEW YORK, Jan. 2 4.—Ger
trude Barnum, chief organizer of
the White Goods Workers' union,
called at the Outlook office to
day and conferred with CoioneJ
Roosevelt regarding the garment
Judge cliff..nl who is trying (lie
IVter Miller case.
(By T'nltrri Press I ■ -;is< .1 Hire.)
I'ONSTANTINOPI^E, Jan. 24.
—All hope for peace In the Bal
kans was dissipated today wlien
the new Turkish cabinet decided
to recall tho Turkish peace envoys
from London immediately. This
precludes n>suni| tion of peace
negotiations and means that the
Young Turks, who are In control,
are determined to prosecute the
war with the Balkan allies.
INSANE MAN IS
(By " mm. .I Press Leaned Wire.)
SAN JOSE, Cal.. Jan. 24. —
His diseased mind charged with a
frenzy to kill all whom he dla
llkes. Edward Delaney, who with
two others forced the window
bars of the dangerous ward In the
slate insane hospital at Agnew,
and escaped, is today terrorizing
the countryside about here.
WAITERS ARE OUT
(By l "it.-iI Press be—td Wire.)
NEW YORK, Jan. 24. —Marg-
ins past the principal hotels and
cafes are calling upon their fel
lows to quit, waiters who have
been on strike since New T*>ar«,
succeeding today in effecting a
general walkout of waiteri.
GHUi WANTS lIAI.M.
(«y liilt.ii Press l*-iis«l Wire.)
SPOKANE, Jan. 24.—William
.1. Harris, capitalist and real
estate broker, wfto married Mias
Rosemary Cunningham Wednes
day niviii, is today defendant in
a suit for breach of promise Hied
by Miss Lola Brlckwell, formerly
Mrs. Lola Robinson. She ask*
for $25,000 heart balm.
in rough blues
"We'll be glad
to show you."
T. JT. 1 I.KKTWOOO, Mgr.
913-915 Pacific Mfc