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Wednesday, Jan. 7,1914.
We Should Worry About Rain-Let's Take In Noah's Ark Movies
DID 10 SAVE
OREAT FALLS, Jan. 7. —
Adolph Schudar was shot and
killed by his 15-year-old son to
prevent him killing the boy, his
mother and a neighbor, Ladimer
Chadek, who had come to their
home to get potatoes and got luto
a quarrel with the father.
PRESIDIO. Tex., Jan. 7 —
Rebel forces are scattered over
the bills waiting the word from
Villa to resume the attack on
Castro at Ojinaga.
Call It Off
BALTIMORE, Jan. 7—Radium
treatment of Congressman Bren
ner for cancer has been discon
tinued temporarily to see wheth
er there are any results apparent.
CHICAGO. Jan. 7.—Minnesota
collected $437,261 inheritance
tax last year and Wisconsin
Go Armed Against
A Stuart's nyapa-pala Tahlrl « arrival
In a "in- riira-a- or Vrat Pocket
Will I ■llllll,* You to Ihiiiia
l.i-a-p Your Stomach
la 1 in..
Don't let all sorts of stomach
trouble*, dyspepsia, gastritis, msl
-111111 itinn. dysentery and vertigo
innl«,. life a constant torture and an
Ultimate failure. The mun who Is
b.i.11:, to succeed today must have
hia body, as well as his mind. In
perfect working order. Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets are a ne«*esslty
go the man who would always hays
his body ln subjection to his will.
"I Kal \\ ha-n I Will, What I Want,
Beratiae Aftrr Kaa-fc Meal I Take
a laltlle Stuart- l>* .pa-pala
Stuart'a Dyspepsia Tablets fur
■ Ihli Just thoaa elementa — pepsin
and other Ingredients — that the
normal stomach secretes for the di
gestion of food. One or two of these
tablets will completely digeat ths
heartleat meal without any aid from
the stomach. At the aame time
they tone up and Invigorate the en
feebled stomach ao that It la soon
in a healthy condition ns-iiln.
Prudent men always have a box
of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets on
hand. They make dlgcatlon certain
no matter- what or how much la
eaten. Don't think because your
stomach la usually all right that
you don't need them. The police
man carries a revolver not be
cause ha needa It all t-lie time, but
• becauaa when he does need It, he
needa it right than. When you
want relief from Indigestion, you
Want relief at once. Ba armed
sgHinst stomach troublea with a
box of Stuart'a Dyspepsia Tableta,
BO cents at any drug store. Suc
cessful men sverywhore andorse
them and rely uptyi them.
.Try tho "Swap" game, dee
Want Ad page. **
LONSOMEST MAN IN THE WORLD!
THAT'S OUR PRESIDENT WIISON!
SO SAYS IDAH M'GLONE GIBSON
HY IIMH M'GLONE UIKHON.
PASH CHRIHTIAN, La., Jan.'7.—"Here! You can't come In
here!" said the wulklng arsenal.
"Hut 1 am in!" I answered with a smile.
The human arsenal looked pu//li-«l and then he suid: "Hut you
will have to g«i right out again! -
"You see, no one is allowed ivy tin- president's vacation quarters
here at Ihe Pass."
"What ui.nlil you do witli me if I should say that I wouldn't go?"
Again he looked puzzled, and fingered the handle of his forty
Colt waverlngly, and then ho answered, "1 don't know."
"You see, lady, no one Is allowed to go into the garden about the
'Little White House,' but I never met anyone so determined as you."
"Come along nnd have your picture taken!" I said, looking up at
hia I foot V, and taking in his blue coat with Its big star, belted with
his revolver bolßter, the old-fashioned hand-cuffs hanging out of his
pockets, and the formidable "blllle."
"All right." ho answered, and then I knew the game was won.
At the end of the broad hnll ln the old Herndon mansion at Pass
Christian, a bright wood fire is always burning tihese days, as Is also
in the great fireplace of the living room, which is furnished in old
Colonial furniture, and hung with family portraits upon Its cream
In one of the deep colonial arm-chairs, Mrs. Wilson looks rather
tired, for If the truth were known, the "first lady ln the land" has
been considerably exercised over the health of the president.
Everyone loves a lover and the denizens of Pass Christian would
have It that there is romance budding between .Miss Margaret and Mr.
Ben King, who Is kin of the .Misses Smith of New Orleans, the most
intimate friends lhat the Wilsons have. 1 asked Miss Lucy Smith
ahout the matter and she was filled with indignation.
"Now. isn't it too bad to say these things about poor Hen and
Margaret? Why, they have hardly seen each other more than three
or four times, and now just because he has paid the young ladies the
attention a gentleman would give to a gentlewoman, every newspaper
ln the country is saying this. I don't want to even give dignity enough
to it to deny It."
Every time I see Preside nt Wilson it Is borne u|K>n me
that lie Is the most solitary man iv the lulled States, the
most solitary \e. esident who has ever occupied the White
At I'll-- Christian the president s«?es no one, talks to no
one, except his personal physician, ('apt. Orayson, and be
yond a how und perhaps a hand-wave to the many children
who cluster about the garden gate and the links where he
plays -..ill. he seldom has anything; but a smile to give to
those who sulute him.
It Is well known in Washington that the president has no inti
mate men friends.
His whole mind is taken up with affairs of state, and he views
people entirely in the mass, not co ncretely.
There Is only one man in the I'nlted States that is
spoken of as the friend of the president. This Is Mr. b. M,
House of Texas and New York, and it is said that even he
is refused admittance to the president as often as lie is re
ceived, and no other man iv Washington is free to come and
go or to pour out Ills opinions in the presidential car.
The Misses Smith, however, are great friends of all the Wilsons.
Miss Lucy and Miss Mary Smith have enjoyed the greatest intimacy
wkh the Wilson family for years, and it is through them, indeed, that
tbe president came to Pass Christian and took the house of their
friend, Mlse Herndon, for his vacation.
. Spanish-American War Veter
ans installed new officers last
QJIT CLAIM DEED
_*a,ttle Trust company filed
nult claim deeds turning over to
the O. W. R. A N. company 22
pieces of Tacoma real estate yes
NEW YORK, Jan. 7.—Estate
of John Jacob Astor, who went
down on the Titanic, appraised
$85,800,826, adding $1,109,321
to the amount Madeline Force As
tor gets by reason of her ante
SEATTLE, Jan. 7.—C. B. Fitz
gerald, a real estate dealer, was
elected to the council to fill the
vacancy left by the resignation of
Nome Closed Down and
Saloon Doors Locked
NOME, Alaska, Jan. 7. —Sun-
day closing and a dry town was
Inaugurated here yesterday by
the discovery of an ancient law
ln the kid Oregon code by the
pew federal officers, Judge Tuck
er and Assistant District Attorney
Rumors having been floated
that the order would be resisted.
Court Issues Order;
Anna Held Defies It
NEW YORK, Jan. 7.—Anna
Hold failed to appear today ln the
i.upretne court to submit to an ex
amination before trial ln proceed
ings supplementary to a Judgment
ot $2,430 due Collins Marsh, a
< old- lunar Hnadaarla- and Orlf
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE tab
lets removal cause. Thera Is only
Ons "BItOI-.0 QUININE." It has
signature ot B. W. a ROVE on box,
THE TACOMA TIMES.
i ■ .m
Mali Mil.lime Gibson persuades l'aas Christian's 4'liief of l'«di«-e
to allow her to gain access to the "Winter White House."
large crowds thronged the va
rious resorts Saturday night, but
at midnight nil were ejected and
the doors barred' and locked 1,
strict observance using maintain
ed all day. All saloons are now
equipped with locks and keys,
some of them never having been
reeded here before ln the history
of the camp.
decorator. Miss Held was order
ed to appear two weeks ago and
testify to her financial condition.
She did not obey j.id was given
until today to appear or be ad
judged in contempt of court.
Moving and Storage
' WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 7.
--a-Ambassadors in frequent con
ferences ere uniting on a general
plan of action for the protection
of their interests in Mexico.
If we did not believe doctors endorsed
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral for coughs and
colds, we would not offer it to you.
Sold for 70 yearn.
, _ w __________mm 3 0 Ayer 0».,
Ask Your Doctor. Lomii. .m.-_
« TACOMA THEATER
'•"111 UMitV aad Kill HAY, JAM. 8-* D
England's Favorite Comedienne
And a Congress of 75 Hntertalners,
Including Frank Fogarty, In Win.
Morris' All Btar Feature IMHAKKT
22—"-en,.,, Hi,mi I I -nl.in.—2l
Prices 50c to $1.50. Heats Wednes
day. Curtain, 1:15
Walirr Trrry mail FIJI Cllrle
Tar Hldlaa < «>»l<-llu«
<;ould'« XriaalKi).' Srzlvt
\ll-«r«—l.»a»Q» aft *!-< ullilM
Impa-rlal Japaina-a* Trniipa-
Spa*. I»l "Simla". Motloa IMaHaree
PLAN BIG TIME
Over 200 tickets have been is
sued for tho National Progressive
Service league of Pierce Coun' v
banquet eg i.iiuainv, birthday nl
the Y. M. C. A., according to the
announcement of Burns Poo, sec
rotary of the Ktgnt. today,
While the complete in-ogiam Is
jet to bo announced it is believed
thai PrOfOOOOT ,1. Allen Smith Of
the University of Washington will
be one of the principal speakers.
UPHOLDS CL FFORD
Judge Claypool uphold Judge
Clifford ii". allowing pay for Bail
iff Halfpenny for Thanksgiving
day when he did not work and tlie
county will have to settle.
MAGILL OFF DUTY
Justice .Magill is still home un
able to attend to his official du
ties as the result of a playful
prank by boys at thi" Ininianiiel
l'lesbyti'rlan church Sunday aft
ernoon who placed a carpet over
an open trap-door. The judfe
fell through the hole and severely
wrenched his leg.
APPEALS FOR AID
WAIHINOTOK, D. C, Jan. 7
Beab light, N. .1., has appealed
to the While House lor aid be
cause of the damage by the re
I Wholesale ]
11. .-,,, aa.
Cowa "i .1 '.■■•' »ii ■■-, .... BU>o
Hoga ttotfta Wethers 4©4'-i<*
l.amba .. ,6©6V_c Ewoa _OI«
lliilli i .nil I .t.
Ranch Butter, 25ifJ2Sc.
Strictly fresh rnngch eggs 38®40c.
Hens, 13911."; springs, 16<8)17c;
spring ducks. 13@14c; turkeys, 23©
20c; rabbits, SfjriOc.
The following prices aro fur
nlahed the Tlmea dully by leading
flrma engaged In the various
llnea of fruit, produce, meata. pro*
ilalons, etc. Tneae prleea are pahl
by the retallera to tha commliilog
r.uiirr. Chareae aad r ama.
Chreea—Waah.. tlfti-Q'ltc; Tllia
Fresh Ranch Hggs—4o 941 c.
3«©370; Oregon. 30c; Kaatern. 310
S2c; Now Zealand, 34 4935 c.
Steer 13V_©14\_c; cows, 17 ft ft
13c; heifers. 13<_c; hoga, trim, aides
if fee; ,1o •em i-ii.i t Ln, Ife; whoi.
hog, 13 ft@ 14c; small veal. 10911 c,
heavy veal. 10912 c; evraa. 10r.
melton, wethers. 11c; lamb*. 12-a.e.
Alaska reindeer. 17, ex. warehouse.
Orangea—Jap. bbl., $1.00! navel.
$2, 12.35 nnd 12.«...
Appiea —Cooking. 75c® 11; table,
Ii r,n012.60; Spltxenhcrg. $1.500
1.75: Jonathan. $1.6501.75.
Oranes —Malaga. Imptd., bbl., |7
Bananas —4tyo lh.
I .'in.vi. —f 5(9 $5.50.
Orape Fruit—Florida. $*.50; Cal.,
$3.50; Tangerines, $1.75.
Cranberries —State. box, $3.80;
Pineapples— tfta lb.
V.-H, |. Ttlrs.
Oraan onions—2se dos.
lacttuce—laeaf, 70c box; head, Cal..
$1.7041.3.50 crate; Rumaln lettuce
bu., 10c; Endive, bu., 10c.
Hiltalmga. fl 211 ay
Turnips— Kile sk.
Potatoea — $21922 ton; White
river. US92O; awaeta, Merced.
parsley—He da. bu.
Radlehes —tie ds. bu.
Cucumbers —4 Or 0 $ 1.90 doi.
Cabbage- laOcal, 2«i 2V4<" lb.
Cauliflower — Cal., $2.3092-80 a
Celery—6sa dos. bu.
Hell Peppers—Be. lb.
Hope—2o 920 Ho.
•:ora«radlah—lo9lla lb. I
Savage Nominated for
Commercial Club Head
With nomination of officers of
the Commercial club made the
member! are now prepared to g«.
to the polls next Tuesday Right
lo elect men for the ensuing year.
The following nomination-- wore
niii.de last night at the club nieet
President—George Milton Sav
Vice presidents —E. J. Wall li
and Dr. W, J. Schtig.
Treasurer-- S. M. Jackson, A.
0. Prlchnrd and W. H. Pringle.
Trustees (10 to be elected 1 —
William Carruthers, John Schl
arb, Frank E. Jeffries. R. T. Bu
chanan. Frank S. Baker, A. 11.
Howe (declined), Herbert Hunt,
Niece of Busch Kills
Boy; Facing! Arrest
ST. laOI'IS, Jan. 7.—Policemen
ere waiting today at the home ol
Miss Lily Anheuser. heires*,,
niece of ,Mrs. Adolphus Huseh, to
arrest her for the killing of Har
ry Mannls, 9 years old, who was
run over by the electric coupe
which Miss Anheuser was driving.
CHINESE LINE PLANNED
LONDON. Jim. 7.—The Chinese
government him decided to start
■ Mg steamship company, the cap
ital of which is to be $50,0110,111111,
of which two-fifths is to be raised
by the government and men-bantu
and I'iie remainder a nong Chinese
residing abroad and rich Chinese
in the interior. About forty
Try the "Swap" ■ See
Waul .\«1 pitite. **
Justin Miles Forman hai.written into this
talc that wondering of youthjioniance —the love
that thrills tho very souls of a girl and a hoy and
then —fades away!
Then, later, for Mr. Forman's
heroine and hero, there came an jftfm\\
other meeting—and almost a re- JT jM
kindling of this' Great Romance. ' I W
But the embers of love had t *»<» r>, *?^"W
far cooled to buret into flame I"" 4 "** .1
again and the boy went away * I W a ■■■•*■
■* K**W W
a * # » le j-j r | B tayed with her A M
And '' The Great Romance —
a thing of azure nights—ended W \
for "Break o'Day." i
That's our next "Lamplight "^^^-^J
story for a Winter's Night." thk autooH
IN SATURDAY'S TIMESI
BREAK 0' DAY!
I-. E. Hariiion, ('.. 11. Raleigh,
Warren E. Burgess, H. J.
.Scliwltiu, K. D. a\l<-')onald (declin
ed), W. Cart HOITOW, B. K. Rey
nolds, J. 11. Holme, McyiT Jacob,
C. A. BroWOT, Frunk ('. Hart,
John Hartnaa, W. a. whitman,
11. P. Bcheel, F. C. Brewer, Aug
ust, yon Hoecklln. 11. H. Smith,
Robert M. Davis, B. R. York,
William Ferguson and John B.
A letter from the Seattle cham
ber of commerce declaring Its in
tention of helping Tacoma secure
the government collegia military
encampment at American lako
again was brought up before a
meetlnp of the trustees yesterday
According to witnesses the boy
ran into the street and the acci
dent was unavoidable. As soon
lis an ambulance took the dying
child to th- nospilul Mlt. An-
Looser b'ft fie MM, When the
Hoy di"d officers were sent to
the Anl-eiiser home.
steamer-* will lie bought. The
iiiiini' oi the company will be the
China Mail Btaamer companir, and
no dividends will be given to those
holding official-' simp's.
ATIIKNS, .lan. T. —The (Ireek
deputies approved a loan of
11 «ni,out),mm for it years at 5