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Friday, Jan. 24,1913.
The Season's Biggest
Event in Ladies', Misses',
and Junior Coats and
Suits, Starts V
Jan. 25, at 10 a. m.
Our successful rebuilding has left us with a good
many single garments and odd lots of Coats, Suits,
•Dresses, Furs—among them $18.50, $22.50, $27.50 and
; $30.00 values. Your unrestricted choice of hundreds
of Coats, Suits, Furs and Dresses Saturday.
m I All three garments are
mP^^^^B^F^B new and fashionable,
m ■ and carefully tailored
M M correct in every detail.
■ V I The lot includes all the
I ■ wanted materials — all
|DhmM|^^b| sizes for women, misses
fl^Hß^^^^^^H^^Hl aU(I juniors.
Where Styles Are Newest—Where Quality Is Best
By the us* of medic-
Inal herbs and root*
fl ik known for their re
mmSm jA markable cures In
WSHS4II China, we ere able
■sH-raSM to absolutely cure
II H such ailments as
U j^r Catarrh, Deafness,
VKIgl Asthma, Skin Dig-
WfHßk eaies, Rheumatism.
JBr^B Appendicitis, Heart
J^Val Trouble, ICiUney
The remedies we use are obso
lutely non-polionoua and positively
do not contain mercury.
If unable to call personally, tend
to stamp for diagnosis blank.
I*. TOW CHINESE! UUUICI.VB CO.
114(1':, Pacific nv. Phone
11431/j < .•nimer.o at. Main S2BS
Swift's White . Laundry
j Soap, 6 bars for. .25c
Hand Painted China
\ and Cut G1a55.......
VX.Awi: Half Price
Ladies \s3 Hand Bags
I only ........... 98c
Prescription < Specialist
938 Pacific ay.
I. B. RICHARDS
I. B. Richards, general super
intendent of the western division
of the Northern Pacific, is nurs
ing a smashed foot in the com
pany hospital today, the Injured
member having been caught In
the rigging of a snow plow Thurs
Eminent Irish Tenor
Sings at Eilers Free
Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock
the usual free concert will be
given In Eilers Temple of Music.
John McCormick will be featur
ed singing the popular Irish bal
lads "Killarney" and "Dear Lit
tle Shamrock" and several other
numbers through the medium of
the Victrola and Grafonola. Other
artists will sing on those instru
ments and the Amberola.
Several selections played on the
Auto-plano will complete the pro
Every Friday afternoon in Ell
era Player Piano Parlors from 4
to- 5 o'clock a competent demon
strator will give free instruction
on "How to Skillfully Operate a
Player Piano." This invitation
Is extended to nil player owners,
no matter what the make or
The stubborn battle dally feat
uring the trial of Peter Miller,
charged with burglary, with the
opposing counsel fighting every
inch of the way, made it neces
sary yesterday for Judge Clif
ford to call night sessions. The
first one was held last night with
Wlllia Taylor, the boy accom
plice, on the stand. Taylor made
startling disclosures as to tne
method in which affidavits refut
ing testimony given by him In
former trials had been secured
by Judge Glasgow, attorney for
Taylor's testimony showed that
Orasgow had persuaded him to
make this affidavit on the pre
tense that it was only to assist
the boy in clearing up his reputa
tion after his trial for burglary.
He said Louis Engstroin had
forced his way into his confid
ence, become his roommate, and
filially led him to Glasgow for "a
little legal advice." When Glas
gow advised him to make an af
fidavit declaring all his testimony
in former trials false, he did so
believing lie was clearing his
An unknown man, whose ap
pearance suggests that he was a
skilled laborer, is dead today
from carbolic acid poisoning,
county hospital authorities fail
ing to save his life when he was
taken there last night by the po
He wa 8 found in the rear or
the Anaconda saloon, 1401 Pa
cific avenue, about 9 o'clock last
evening. Froth foamed from his
mouth and he was unconscious
when rushed to the hospital. Dr.
McCreery pronounced the man a
suicide a few minutes later.
The remains were taken to
Mellinger's parlors. H« was
about 5 5 years old, 5 feet 4
inches tall, and weighed a"bout
140 pounds. He wore a brown
coat with a black stripe, a blue
serge vest, striped trousers, and
a blue flannel shirt. He vras
COOK SPEAKS TO
Dr. Frederick W. Cook spoke
to a company of business man at
the Commercial cluT> yesterday
even if Mayor Seymour would not
attend. Those present came away
inclined to give Cook a square
deal. m He threw some light on
the National Geographical society
by Indicating that It was la tne
control of friends of Peary and
that the board appointed tf> con
sider the Cook-Peary explorations
were all Peary partisans. Their
report, therefore. Is could be B een,
reflected their own desires.
DIES IN EAST
Mm. Belle Nolan, formerly of
Tacoma, died In Kansas City
January 10. Mrs. Nolan was the
wife of Wm. A. Nolan, who was
employed for several years at the
Commercial Bindery & Printing
Co., of Tacoma. The famjly lived
Cor many years In the North End
and three years ago moved to
their farm at Alexandra station
on the old Puyallup line. The
Nolans lived in Tacoma almost
continually for 14 years. She is
survived by her huaband and
son, William Nolan, jr., also three
boys, Fred, Clark and Ernest,
children by a former marriage.
45 DOGS DONE
The recent mad dog scare in
Tacoma caused 4 5 canines to be
ushered Into dog heaven, accord
ing to the report of Humans Of
ficer Van Vorls, made at the an
nual meeting of the humane so
ciety last night. The work of the
society is growing, and it was de
cided to buy lots and erect an
animal home and hospital with
»3,000 given by Mrs. W. R. Rust
for the purpose.
The old officers were re-elected.
TWO YEARS AGO
Fred Horst was murdered Wed
nesday night as the climax of a
fight that started two years ago
when he and Fred Brehman, wtio
is now in a hospital in danger of
death, engaged in a hand to hand
encounter with billiard cues In &
downtown pool hall.
This is the statement made tne
rolice by Fred Tout, a leading
Russian of this cfty, who related
the history of the Brehmau-Horst
feud in detail
THE TACOMA TIMES.
OL.YMPIA, Wash., Jan. 24.—
That the resolution of Rep.
Houser calling for an investiga
tion of the waterfront monopoly
in Seattle, Tacoma and otner
cities in the northwest will be ap
plied steam roller tactics was in
dicated in Speaker Taylor's se
lection of a committee to look Into
the merits of the probe, yester
The following committee was
appointed after a long debate:
Sam Sumner, Chelan; W. J.
Hughes, Whatcom; Francis P.
Taken by surprise on Wednes
day when Houser made his sen
sational charges against the Mc-
Graw harbor line commission and
revealed the fact that no dock
company on lease state barbor
lands (and moßt of them are on
such property), the leaders of
the "unholy alliance," after se
curing 24 hours' delay, caucused
and formulated their mode of
campaign to prevent an Investiga
TAKE THIS MAN'S ADVICE
Try the Great Kidney
It always gives me pleasure to
rocommend anything that is right
and so I feel it my duty to herald
the praises ot Dr. Kilmer's Swams-
For years I was troubled with
Kidney disease and it was so In
tense that I was bedridden for days
at a time. I gave up all hope and
doctors for mllps around gave me
no help. Incidentally I tried sev
eral patent remedies and at last
tried Swamp-Root. From the first
it gave me relief and it was no
time before I was able to be up
anrl around nnd now I am perfectly
well and able to work as I used to
before my terrible sickness.
So now let me thank you for
your wonderful discovery and tnkr
this opportunity to reoommond it
to all who suffer from kidney
Yours very truly,
Subscribed and sworn to before
me, this 25th of March, 1912
A. V. WARE, Notary Public.
I.ftlcr in i
Dr. Kllmrr .V Co. (
BliiihmnlOß, N. Y. |
Prove WLat Stramp-lloot Win Do
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co.
Blnirhaniton, N. V., for a sample
bottle. It will convince anyone.
You will also receive a booklet of
valuable information, telling all
about the kidneys and bladder.
When writing: bo sure and men
tion Department M. Regular
fifty-cent and one-dollar size bot
tles for sale at all drug stores.
1151 C STREET Opposite Arcade Store 1151 C STREET
We Want Every Woman Present Saturday— Banner Bargain Day in
Our January Clearance
of Suits and Coats
HP HE FAMOUS GARMENT SALE gains momentum daily and readies
* its culmination Saturday! Entire stock of winter and mid-season
Suits and Coats at startling bargain prices. Every conceivable style, ma
terial and color! Every woman should plan to take advantage. There
are months of wearing them ahead. Come, shop early!
REGULAR $18.75 An AT REGULAR $18.50 /hn aC
SUITS. \ < MS WOMEN'S % "I QS
CHOICE yO.UO coATS ,^OmUO
REGULARS2O.OO <h/» 171- REGULAR $22.50 fan /\f-
SUITS. . \k /.I WOMEN'S Jk7 MS
CHOICE .^.... ( ...Y V » • ° COATS .. .. .. «P •••'«*
REGULAR $25.00 <i£»-* A I* REGULAR $25.00 <h A an
ITS ; !JL7 95 COATS. Sh Qk
CHOICE ...........IT l#t/U SPECIAL ............ ?¥&•*'*'
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REGULAR $27.50 |A A Ar - EVENING GOWNS, A A A| -
SUITS. ,'v > S \IJ MS UP TO $22.50 \Q MS
CHOICE ......... . 1 $?• V values : *P^*
Women's Dresses Less Than Cost
THE season's greatest sale of Dresses—no doubt about it! Come and
be convinced. >•:;
llegular $10.00 *o qj- . Regular $16.75 / aW riff
Dresses ......... .....«P*>. Dresses .......... '. «p• .*/O
Double Service QQ/» Special House *1 r>C
Dresses for ..........;.. yOC r; Drosses for ..;■.-....;". v.M* * «**3 -
I,!': Regular $1.75 values. ' H Regular, values to $8.00.
The city council, Hans Peder
son, his bondsman, his attorney
and all the engineers who had
anything to do with the Nlgqually
power plant job, including H. F.
Gronen, who was called In on the
conference, spent the whole aft
ernoon yesterday trying to adjust
the amount of money the city 1b
to pay Pederson to settle up.
Pederson thinks $108,001) Is
about right. Nick Lawion's engi
neers figure $61,039 is the
There is a big difference on the
amount of ground heaped up
around the reservoir walls. Ped
eraon also claims $12,000 more
than the city figures on the
tramway. He asked $27,000 ex
tra on the powerhouse founda
After several hours the con
ference ended with nothing set
The city is now hinting it may
charge up demurrage for failure
to finish the job on time. At $250
a day this would hit Pederson
for about $50,000.
SUNDAY, JANUARY 26
Martin Beck and Mort H. Singer
.Present the liiilliant Berlin
"A MODERN EVE"
Wondrous Beauty Chorus
The World Is Singing Its Songs.
Prices—soc to $1.50.
Seat Sale Saturday. Curtain 8:15.
"Beverly of Graustark"
Bargain Matinees Wednesday and
; Saturday, 10c and 25c.
Evening Prices, SOc, 30c and 50c.
'..TODAY AND ALL WEICK
Dr. Frederick A. Cook
BOTHER FEATURES 5
JUS. J. CORBETT
Other S. & C. Acts—6
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 24.—
Running his car through stifling
smoko and carrying to sarety
dozens of hysterical women and
shrieking children, Elevator Oper
ator Otto Mogelia probably saved
many lives when fire threatened
to destroy the five story Brennan
hotel on Main street near Fifth,
in the heart of the business dis
OLYMPTA, Waßh., Jan. 2.4 —
Rep. A. M. Bryant, progressive
of Pierce county, will retain his
seat in tlio state legislature as a
result of the contest of Ex-Rep.
Progressive members had pre
dicted that Speaker Taylor aid
the members of the "unholy al
liance" would unseat the Pierce
county man because of the lat
ter'a attitude during the opening
days of the legislature, and there
was quite a surprise in the ranKs
of the bull moose camp when the
legislative cnmiuittee merely re
duced Bryant's plurality to 9
The election committee made
its reiort to the house today.
Worried over the loss of his
watch, $40 In cash, ana most of
hig clothing, Mike Jacobson, a
sailor, 39 years old, waa round
wandering about lower Paclltc
avenue at 5:30 o'clock this morn
ing by Patrolman Greenwood.
Two hours later two other
sailors, friends of the sufferer,
appeared at the station with
Mike's clothes, his watch and nrs
money, all of which they had
taken from him, they said, in an
effort to get him to bed.
Thomas Hart, 43 years old,
who has a record for children
lost, was In the city Jail today,
charged with attempting to bury
another child on begged money.
He was attempting to convince
Mrs. Frank (Jill, 3819 Bast X
street, that his babe needed bury
ing and that he was out of funds
when he wag picked up by tne
Chronic, Crlppled-np Sufferers
Find Relief After Few Doses of
New Kerned}' arc Taken.
It Is needless to suffer any
longer with rheumatism, and be
all crippled up, and bent out of
shape with its heart-wrenching
pains, when you can surely avoid
Rheumatism comes from weak,
inactive kidneys, that fail to fil
ter from the blood, the poisonous
waste matter and uric acid; and
it is useless to rib on liniments
or take ordinary remedies to re
lieve the pain. This only pro
longs the misery and can't possi
bly cure you.
The only way to cure rheuma
tism is to remove the cause. The
new discovery, Croxone, does this
because it neutralizes and dis
solves all the poisonous sub
stances and uric acid that lodge
in the joints and muscles, to
scratch and irritate and cause
rheumatism, and cleans out and
strength-ens the stoppod-up, inact
ive kidneys, so they can filter all
the polKon from the blood, and
drive it on and out of the system.
Croxone is the most wonderful
medicine over mado for curing
chronic rheumatism, kidney trou
bles, anid bladder disorders. You
will find it different from all oth
er remedies. There is nothing
else on earth like it. It matters
not how old you are. or how
long you have suffered, it is prac
tically impossible to take it into
the human system without results.
You will 1 find relief from the first
few doses, and you will be sur
prised how quickly all your mis
ery and suffering will end.
An original package of Croxone
costs but a trifle at any first-class
drug store. All druggists are au
thorized to sell it on a positive
money-back guarantee. Three
dosea a day for a few days is
often all that Is over needed to
cure the worst backache or over
come urinary disorders.
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t*' '' ■■ JH9H^ vw CSV
Nothing like them any
are in a class by them
are helping hundreds
solve the high cost of Hy
ing problems. • •
are priced and sold at
Just three prices and these
prices never change. No
... "Special" (?) sales. ~i'.
: X lltli and Commerce sto.
. Saturday *m