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Thursday, Jan. 30, 1913.
GROWS BEAUTIFUL, HEAVY HAIR,
I PROVE IT— 25 GENT DANDERINE
Destroys dandruff—Stops falling hair—Cleans and
invigorates your scalp—Delightful dressing.
To be possessed of a head of
heavy, beautiful hair; soft, lus
trous, fluffy, wavy and free from
dandruff Is merely a matter of
using a little Dandertne.
It is easy and inexpensive to
have nice, soft hair and lots of
It. Just get a 25 cent bottle of
Knowlton's Danderine now — all
drug stores recommend it —apply
a little as directed and within ten
minutes there will be an appear
ance of abundance; freshness,
fluffiness and an Incomparable
gloss and lustre and try as you
will you cannot find a trace of
dandruff or falling hair; but your
real surprise will be after about
Great Coat Sale
FEIST & BACHRACH'S
Up to $30.00 values Up to $40.00 values
The result of a remarkable purchase! Coats
suitable for every occasion! Every woman
should plan to take advantage.
FEIST & BACHRACH
932-34 Pacific Avenue.
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McMillan Bros. Dru^ists
Specials for FRIDAY
Anticipate your wants and save money on every Item. We
out the price on everything except a few contract goods.
VERY SPECIAL ~ S1 on For the Men Folks.
All 25c and 35c Tooth Alarm,, 75 P
Brushes for these IC- d ™ s IUU
two days go at ....ISC *V . . 99C
~ Alarms Juli
■^——■——^—^———I (These alarm clocks are guar-
For the Lady anteed )
50c Milkweed ..... 23c $1 . 00 Shaving 69c
Cl'eam ZuC Brush DOC
25c Swan Down Q^ 50c Rubber Set Shaving nr_
Powder 3b Brush 7 OOC
Full pound best Linen IE. 25c Pocket 4C-
Writing Paper I3C Comb IOC
111 bottle Glycerine ... IC. 2 Shaving 17
--and Rose Water 10C sticks.... ifC
25c bottle pure IC, lOc cake Shaving 4
Glycerine IOC Soap **C
25c Lilac Talcum, «r 25c Zora After ". "iQ«
ok tOL ■•••••■ •;•••• *3C Shaving Cream ....... lUC
25c Euthymol Tooth . 1q« (Try this and you will find it
Paste IOC the best.) • *
50c bottle Cucumber and 00« ""»<-•*. -=• >»*s ,
Almond Cream ....... £.vfl» V/Vi
sOc Pebeco Tooth' "00*. // \\
Paste ........ ...... OOU ■ M l\
All our Ladies' Hand Bags at jS H
actual cost price. M^. H
50c oz. Perfumes <)C« . (H\n H
at, oz ODC --55^
Colds and Coughs and Grippe ! f >»>Tr a n i Bi'Tj"^
promptly relieved with Lit- Vi,',!' ■■'■'••■■- - i&rf*
tie Giant Grip and Cold ''"■■ k — - ' ..'■■ "J^S^g^
> Remedy.. Money back if it Trusses are the line 5 which
alls- ■ has.become our hobby. We
...,. i guarantee a perfect fit and
For that stubborn cough wlll cheerfully refund you?
use Syrup Pine and Tolu money If not satisfied. All
Compound. / We guarantee trusses go these two days at 40
It and sell It for 25c and 50c Per cent off..' Truss stock car
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Agents for 1 RfMillail Bros.KSKl^
Nyal and , *" Prescrlp"°" *~* Stores.
ADS 949 C st. : and ; Cat 13th. Registered :.
Family ... Main 652. Phone Main 2777 on *[^ y C^ 8 .
Remedies.v; Call Ub by Phone. ■, a'l times. :"^
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two weeks' use, when you will
see new hair —fine and downy at
first—yes—but really new hair—
sprouting out all over your scalp
—Danderine Is, we believe, the
only sure hair grower; destroyer
of dandruff and cure for itchy
scalp and it never falls to stop
falling hair at once.
If you want to prove how pret
ty and soft your hair really Is,
moisten a cloth with a little Dan
derine and carefully draw it
through your hair —'taking 'one
small strand at a time. Your hair
will be soft, glossy and beautiful
in Just a few moments—a delight
ful surprise awaits everyone who
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
BERLIN, Jan. 30.—Frieda Gaertner, aged
32, literally starved herself to death because she
believed herself deserted by her fiance who went
to the United States several months ago. The
woman's body, emaciated and wasted to a skele
ton, was found in her room in a suburb, where
evidently it had lain for more than a week. The
condition oP the house indicated that the woman
had not eaten for days, until she finally died.
js> The Tacoma Times prints ♦
•■ daily the news of the moving <S>
<$> picture world. Programs in <?>
<$• all the picture houses change <S>
® on Tuesdays, Fridays and ♦
<*> Sundays. Keep In touch <$>
# with the people you know in 3>
| <3> the "movies" by watching <$>
i ■;•> special feature stories in the <$>
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THE CIRCUIT—"The Reygate
I Squires," two reels; "Rough on
J Rats and the Baby and the Cop;"
"Her Nephew from Labrador."
THK KaßlflG — "The Little
Minister," in three reels. "All
lor a Girl;" "Tho Dandy."
THK IIIJOU—"The Oenius of
Fort Lapawai," two reel, Bison
feature; "The Hypocrites;" "The
Detective's Santa Clans."
THK PALAOB — "Gaumont
Weekly No. 44,' a visualized epit
ome of current events; "Their
Masterpiece," American drama
with Pauline Bush, Warren Kerri
gan and Jack Richardson; "Queen
of the Season," Great Northern
THE SHKLL—"Off the Road,"
Vltagraph drama; "The Bravery
of Dora," "Pirate Gold," "Roped
In," western drama; "Pathe's
THE liVRIC —"The Rose of Old
Mexico," American drama; "The
Little Enchantress," Ifftfettte
drama; "A Double Life," Gauniont
drama; "The Mistaken Mashor,"
Keystone comedy with Mabel
IN TACOMA NOW
When the Columbian, the fast
overland train of the C. M. &
St. P., began the ascent over trie
Cascades Wednesday, little Miss
(Jelert, very tiny and very fat,
peered out upon the world for the
first time. The stork lioverco
about the train for but a siiori
time, winging away before tlie
summit of the mountains was
reached. When Miss Gelert and
her mother arrived in Tacoma Uie
baby had already been given tlie
name Columbia, in honor of the
train on which she was born.
after Thirty Yrnn Rxprrlence 1
Huve Produced Au Aiipliunco for
Men, Women or Chlldrcu That
I Send It On Trial
If you have tried most every
thing else, come to me. Wherr
ythers fall Is where I have my
The Above la V. 10. Brooks, Inventor
of the Appliance, who cured him
■elf and who la bow siring
others the benefit of hla ex
• perience. If ruptured,
write him todii}-.
greatest success. Send attached
coupon today and I will send you
free my illustrated book on Rup
ture and Its cure, showing; my Ap
pliance and giving you prices and
names of many people who have
tried It and were cured. It gives
Instant relief when all others tall.
Remember I use no salves, no har
ness, no lies. - ' -
I sand on trial to prove what I
say Is true. You are the Judge and
once having seen my Illustrated
book and read It you will be as en
thusiastic as ray hundreds of pa
tients whose letters • you can nlxo
read. Fill out free - coupon below
and mall today. It's well worth
your time whether you try my Ap
pliance or not. ■ ..-•.• ..* , ■■■. --' .
FRESH INFORMATION COUPON
C. B. Brooks, 1327 State Street,
Please send me by mall In
plain wrapper your lllufttrateA
book and full Information about
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Tilj£ TAUUBLA TIMJIIB.
HE'S AT THE
This Is Jack Richardson,
"movie" favorite, and if you go
to the Palace theater on Pacific
avenue today you'll see this ar
tist there. Richardson is fulfill
ing a. three-day engagement at
the popular motion picture house,
and today is the last performance.
"Put snap into the picture, he
said to the Times motion picture
expert the other day.
And on his determined effort
to carry that out he has built the
reputation of being willing to
"take anything" in the way of a
pounding, or a fall, or a bump,
if he gets the desired result.
Because the law of compensa
tion always works out, even with
actors, Richardson's name has
been clipped to plain "Rich" to
offset his nearly six feet of
Though it's hardly necessary to
say it, Rithardson is the charac
ter man with the Flying A com
pany (American Film) at Santa
Barbara, Cal. When asked what
kind of a part he fancies most,
he drolly answered:
"Give me the heaviest,
heavies," the tougher the bet
Richardson is a New Yorker;
has brown hair and blue eyes and
is a Culver Military Academy
graduate. He gets a chance to
be the mean man in "The Ani
mal Within," "Blackened Hills,"
"The Last Notch," "The Poisoned
Flume" and "Parting Trails."
HERO IS PINCHED
NEW YORK, Jan. 30. —Reput-
ed to be the Prince de Clemont,
the hero of Elinor Glyn's "Three
Weeks," Paul Allen, alias Charles
Robinson, is in jail here today,
charged with having stolen the
watch of Miss Patsy Arlington, to
whom he was giving a dancing
<* I SHOULD WORRY. «■
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<•> (United Press Ijcascil Wire.) . <3>
<S> CORDOVA, Alaska, Jan. <S>
■■*> 30. —Traffic is opened again <5>
>?> between here and Parbanks <J>
<&■ today. ' <J>
Protesting against the use of
state militia in suppressing labor
troubles, members of the James
B. Thompson camp, Spanish Am
erican War Veterans, have gone
on record as opposed to ordering
the militia out for any other duty
than for national defense.
Mrs. J. D. Dean of Kent was
not allowed to sit on a Jury ai
Seattle because her husband had
already been drawn on the panel.
Benefits Local People
Tacoma people have discovered
that a A SINGLE DOSE of simple
buskthorn bark, glycerine, etc.,
as compounded In Adier-1-ka, the
German appendicitis remedy, re
lieves gas on the stomach and con
stipation AT ONCIS. " The Owl
Drug Co. "Advertisement."
Uncle Sam has split the geolog
ical service in the Northwest Into
two sections Including Washing
ton and Idaho into one district
and Oregon in the other and will
establish offices here for the
Glen L. Parker, assistant In tTie
office of the department at Port
land, which has heretofore looked
after the whole Northwest, was
here yesterday arranging for a
suite of three rooms for offices
on the fouuth floor of the federal
building. As soon as details can
be arranged the office will he
opened and five assistants will be
The work has to do with the
measuring and exploration of all
water power and water facilities
of the state. It has been done
from the Portland office here
The legislature of Washington
will be compelled to appropriate
$15,000 a year to pay half the
cost of the work. This has teen
done regularly in the past.
"Cleopatra," the great picture
play which opens at the Tacoma
theater Saturday, is crowded with
effective incidents from begin
j ning to end.
Helen Gardner's impersonation
|of Cleopatra is full of varied
moods, as the character of Cleo
patra must have been.
With all the witchcraft of a
I worklly woman, and all the won-
I drou« charm of a naturally beau-
I til'u.l one, she holds the eye every
moment she is on the scene. She
lis artist enough to conceal her
i art and merge mimicry with retil-
I inni -so delicately that she se^ms
I unconscious of the fact that sho
tls acting or has any other indi
viduality than that of Cleopatra
WOMAN GETS v
* LARGEST VOTE
Just to make more ridiculous
the progressive presidential elec
tors in this state who forgot their
gallantry when they assembled
and turned down Mrs. Helen J.
Scott of Taconia as the elector to
carry the returns of the stale to
Washington, Secretary of State
Howell has issued the tabulated
returns on the vote for presiden
tial electors showing Mrs. Scott
to have been the favorite of tiie
people, she having received tuo
highest vote of all electors in tTie
state. Her vote was 113,002.
George Walker of Seattle came
second with 113,533.
Let Me Send You
A Treatment of My
Catarrh Cure Free
I Will Tuke Any Case of Catarrh,
No Matter How Chronic, or
What Mage It is In, nnd
Prove ENTIKKLY AT MY
OWN BXmrSB, That
It Can be Cured.
Curing Catarrh has been my
business for years, and during
this time over one million people
bare come to me from all over
the land for treatment and ad
vice. My method is original. I
cure the disease by first curing
the cause. Thus my combined
treatment cures where all else
falls. I can demonstrate to you
in Just a few days' time that my
method is quick, sure and com
plete, because it rids the system
of the poisonous germs that cause
catarrh. Send your name and ad
dress at once to C. E. Gauss, and
he will send you the treatment
referred to. Fill out the coupon
This coupon is good for a
package of GAUSS COMBINED
CATARRH CURB sent free by
mall. Simply fill in name and
address on dotted lines below,
and mall to C. E. GAUSS, 3456
Main St., Marshall, Mich.
Drawing Cards for Friday at the
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The kind we limit quantities, sold to each customer
MEN'S LAUNDERED WHITE CHINA CUPS AND TIN PIE PLATES
COLLARS SAUCERS .„.»,. , oen or .hallow 5
All sizes and all styles. Frl- Ovide shape cups and saucers » or a in., aeep or Buamrw,
day special. in^ Friday • . 11. Reg 5c value Op
3 for lUC special I IC Friday special Oh
Limit 6 to a customer. Limit 6 to a customer. Limit 6 to a customer.
E. Z. BACK DUST PANS 10 QT. GRANITE DISH PAN PRUNING SHEARS
The kind you don't have to Perfect goods. 0 1 •» At a record breaking 4O^
stoop to pick up. 10 « Friday special Lit, price I t.l»
Friday special COlt Limit 1 to a customer. Limit 1 to a customer.
SUNKIST ORANGES—The finest this year, sweet and juicy and guaran
teed not to have been touched by the frost. 2ft#*
Friday Special, a dozen -.-..... ""w
CANDY DEPT. COFFEE DKPT. SUGAR RAHGAINS i^f
turrhb Uhil'l. For KriOay.
1 * ' Our Friday Special Coffee, a 5 lbs. Granulated QC.
the store, where you get both Sugar Lull
quality and quantity. good cupper and an c*traold!n- 5 lbs. Brown OC.
Hand Rolled Chocolate -|0#» ary value at this price. Try Sugar C.%3\»
Creams, 1-2 lb I L l/ - _... __ 4 lbs. pure Cane 0K»»
Plain Mixed Candy C H',u Frlday> 25C Su^r ox C*W ft »*
I lain Mixed Candy. C« a]b £3 O 2-lb. box Crystal «J/| _
„,* . " ' "m' ,". _ Domino Sugar ZtC
Chewing Gum, Spearmint C Tea _ ft 50c ya]u Don<t , lb . boxea Cl , Vßta , - -
" J' KSS **** Domino Sugar O*tU
Valentines, a largo I. miss this bargain. OQ. Limit one lot to each cus
asst. at, each lb Friday special, lb C.Q\j turner.
No Telephone Orders taken for our Friday Specials. You must come to the
store to get them.
PAULSON BROS. CO.
The Store for Everybody. 1105-7 C St.
| VITAL STATISTICS |
Drlnmi. AiiKiixrint'— Aired 82. Wed
nesday at a hospital. Mineral
tomorrow at 8 a. m. from St.
I'nuni. AiiKiiitlnit—Today at 1:30 p.
jn. from Uatfncys. Interment,
Smith, MrM. i.fini-i- Ainm—Today nt
2 p. m. from lloska-Muckley-
Klng's. Interment, Tacoma cem
MiiKmuMon. C— Today at 3 p. m.
from Piper's. Remains will be
Ilriullry, Batata —Today at 1:30 p.
in. from St. Luke's Episcopal
church. Interment, Taconia cem
«> MARRIAGE LICENSES. <S>
P. 13. James and dram Steele,
both of Paradise, Mont.; .lolin
Qrabakl and Julia Buffran, both of
Tacoma.: Philip Watklna and Nora
I'errault, both of Tacoma; \v. D,
Campbell and Elisabeth Cox, both
of ruyallup; Ora Miller of Tacoma
and Nettle Ijouiee Laff of Marys
vllle, Wash.; Leonard A. Raufi and
Marie ft. Waiter, both of Tacuma.
* MARINE T
Liner Tacoma Mam loading? when
will leave Monday for the Orient.
Str. Craftsman will load wheat
for Europe here next week.
Str. Damara leaves tomorrow
with general cargo lor San l"ian
Str. Admiral Sampson will leave
sound for San Framisco tomorrow.
Str. Riverside finishing her cargo
of lumber at Mukilteo.
TO I'M' OVER DISSERT
PARIS, Jan. 30. —An aero
plane route from Biskra, one of
the principal oases of Algeria,
across 1,425 miles of Sahara des
ert sands, Is being planned by
Col. Kstienne of the Lyons avia
Bring Five Dollars to Eilers Tomorrow
and Get One of These Nifty Grafonolas
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ALBUMS AND 600 L-^^^^^^ftj^l ONLY $5.00 DOWN
NEEDLES GO vS^SSISBS^/ AND $1.00 PER
WITH IT! \^^HBHIf WEEK
/ "The Eclipse".
The Grafonola "Eclipse" embodies all the latest Columbia features. The continuous and;
uninterrupted tone chamber, the perfected reproducer, the tapered tone arm, the tone-control
shutters, and the noiseless motor (double spring drive). The tone quality is beyond , Improve
ment and the volume of tone is surprising. :r. • ■ . ; -• -.-.;/'■.•;«?
Incidentally we will mention that the Grafonola "Eclipse" plays either 10-Inch or 12-inch
records and can be wound while running. A convenient adjustment of speed is provided for in J
connection with start-and-stop device. The instrument is remarkably compact and can be easily
carried. The Orafonola "Eclipse" is an extraordinary'value. . . ~ *'"^?sf
gBHE9HB*g2VHB|HfIKSfijF3SH] "Hearing is believing."
j^H^^g9E^^^flßjfiJK*^Q9n Come in and listen at the Ta
\^FM. 9sa9S^^^fJ^^jKi coma Talking Machine Head-'
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
WASHINGTON, 1). O, .Jan. 80.—A bill
authorising the construction of a $2,000,000 Lin
coln memorial temple on the banks of the Poto
mac passed the house this afternoon.
STOMACH BAD? BELCHING GAS AND
SOUR FOOD? WANT TO FEEL FiNEI
Wonder whnt upset your stomach—-which portion of the food
did the damage-—do you? Well, don't bother. If your stomach la
In revolt; if sour, gassy and upset, and what you just ate has fer
mented Into stubborn lumps; your head dizzy and aches; belch
gaKes and ncids and eructate undigested food; breath foul, tongue
coated--just take a little Uiaivepsln and in five minutes you truly
will wonder what became of the Indigestion and distress.
Millions of men and women today know tlmt it is needless to
have a bad stoiiiaeh. A little Diapepsin occasionally keeps this del
icate organ regulated and they eat their favorite foods without fear.
■Si Ct CHAIN TRIANCULC* t» I '.I fcSsES\^«u\
kM I MAKES DrSORDERED STOMACHS I .■faStijK*^jL«^£iSi
|l| FEEI. FINE IN FIVE M INUTE&. / $gtti>Z<&JoJsNrl& _<j^
J»J CURES INDIGESTION. DYSPEPSIA. /458m33t!ESwf\. A^llCj^?/x
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LARGE SO CENT CASE—ANY DRUG STORE. jfflrfiffl|Hrofo'J^