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SPECIALS FOR WEDNESDAY
At the "Bargain" Storo. A few "flyers that
you'll do well to grab before the Xmaa rush.
Guaranteed, smokeless and
Small hi/.-, 2-day *O QQ
special at w£i9o
Large size. 2-day #Q 00
Bpecial at ywiwO
"CAPITOL" l-AMlis WOOL
The liandaonu'Bt, strongest
and best on the market—
Children's size, 00«
a pair £UC
Ladies slxen, 0R«
a pair tvC
Men's Blzes, Jrt.
a pair tills
m B Fill, sl/i: SAVORY
k^fl Tli>' l;'h! "» Earth; regular
■ $!-•"•. special for \\ < Ims
I ilny and 00«
Thin siluy UOlr
Coffee and Grocery Dept.
Our .-.<>■• "Paradise" Klend
Coffee, the finest on OQm
earth, a lb www
HO<- Spider I.ik Japan JQ.
Ten, a lb HOw
liar Harbor Catsup, 1 Am
pint bottle IUO
Del Monte Cntmip, 1 fl«
pint bottle I Uw
Strictly Fresh Kkks 9C«
a doz «JUw
New <i..p Itrazil NutM, 1fl»»
a lb C Uti
Deliveries t<> all parts of the < •}' when order amounts to $1.00
The Store for Everybody.
Phono Main 2.V2. 1105-7 C Street
LO9 ANGELES, Dec. I.—Witii
. a fortune of 150,000,000 and one
of tlie largest owners of real
estate on Broadway in New York,
John C. Wendell died here ye*
HANS EVEES JOHN BUSH
& LIQUOR CO.
Full gallon Whisky <M jr Old Taylor, bottled in boud,
at I O large bottle, regular fci 1C
Large bottle National Ar $1.50, now
Record, reg. 75c, now toC Antique Whisky, large C A
Reserve Stock, full pint, 9 A bottle, reg. $1, now OvC
regular 50e, now «JvC Kentucky Club, bottled in bond;
Reserve Stock, full half 1 C large bottle; regular OP
pint, regular 25c, now *"«• $1.50, at OOC
WE GIVE PREMIUMS"
1518 Pacific Aye.
" PHONE MAIN 4709.
Kll> UODY KOLLM
It's tlm« to buy these, so as
to get this dresses ready.
We have a very flue line
I f~ \ Men's 2Bc
V I »nd 35c
D hand, very
■n an<t "tyleß.
Mil Viv 19r
M spec Iwb
MOTi SOFT MKKIXO
In Mack, mixed, gray and
natural, all Bizes; very spe-
S a 19c
New Crop Kilberts or Ofl«
Hazel Nut*, lb £Ub
No. I Soft Shell Oh a
Walnut*, a lb L UU
"Fisher's" Peanut i C.
Hutter, a lb. I 3C
Sure Pop Poix-orn, A C_
2 lbs. for I JO
i oiiiiiiiiiis. »t- /.c|>ii Toma
toes, 3 cans OC»
Best Oregon Creamery But
terday at the home of his nephpw,
H. C. Holledel. He was stricken
with paralysis two weeks -i- 1
after he had arrived here in a
trip across the continent in ills
For New Pla
Tickets for "The Poor Little
Rich Girl," which will be seen Tor
three nights at the Tacomm the
ater, beginning next Monday,
were placed on sale today by
n.embers or the Children's Home
board at the Sherman Clay Co.
The *ale will be continued to
morrow. Those buying tickets of
the Home committee may obtain
scat reservations at the theater
I Mill.l. Alt HKAOLINKK
IN FANTAUKS IIIIX
"A Day at Ellis Island," an a-t
that has appeared in Tacoma on
n previous occasion, heads the
new bill at Pantages theater this
No. 1— -"A Day at Ellis Island."
The act has special Bettings and
represents comedy and a big lot
of sentiment In the immigration
station in New York. Fair.
No. 2-—The Oxford trio, three
clover performers who play a
bucket-ball game while mounted
on bicycles. A real novelty that
l>)( ased last night. <;<><><l.
No. 3 —Reed's bulldogs. One
of the cleverest animal acts in
the vaudeville world and the dogx
work with r willingness and en
iliiisiiiiiis that is refreshing. Bull
dogs invariably wear an expres
sion that invites laughter—for
they laugh themselves, do the
bulldogs—and Reed put his n:'t
over very nicely. Excellent.
No. 4 —Miss Yon Bracht, so
pmno. This artist has a pleaHing
if Komewhat over-cultivated vo'oe,
but her selection of songs is good
aiul she wears beautiful gowns.
No. fi—Dunlay and Merrill, a
young man and a young woman.
It Is the familiar song-and-pattor
act rounded out with a fetching
beauty that Miss Morrlll makes
the most of. <i»od.
Xo. 6 —Nadeil and Kane, *n
olher of the eternal nut acts.
Some of the gags too strong ?or
a family audience and should be
No. 7—Comedy movies. Ver?
SURE WAY TO GET
RID OF DANDRUFF
F.nd Itching Scalp and Stop Fall
ing Hair—At Once
There is one sure wajf tU»(
never fails to remove dinth-uff
completely and that Is to dissolve
.it. This destroys it entirely. To
do this, just get ahout four
ounces of plain, ordinary liquid
an on; apply it at night when re
tiring; use enough to moisten the
scalp and rub it in gently with
the finger tips.
By morning most, if not all, of
your dandruff will be gone, and
three or four more applications
will completely dissolve and en
tirely destroy every single sign
and trace of it no matter how
much dandruff you may have.
You will find, too, that all
j itching and digging of the scalp
will stop Instantly, and your hair
will be fluffy, lustrous, glossy,
silky and soft, and look and feel
a hundred times better.
If you want to keep your hair
looking rich, do by all means get
rid of dandruff for nothing de
stroys the hair so quickly. It not
only starves the hair and makes
it fall out, but it makes it stringy,
straggly dull, dry, brittle and
lifeless, and everybody notices it.
You can get liquid arvon at any
drug store. It is inexpensive and
four ounces is all you will need.
This simple remedy has never
heen known to fall. "adv."
THE TAOOMA TIMES
"The Hlrd of Paradise."
Oliver Morosco will present
Richard Walton Tully'a Hawaiian
romance. "The Bird of Para*tse."
at the Tacoma theater Sunday
night. Thli gripping play of a
woman's soul takes place under
the shadow of Pele and is lighted
by its lurid fires and made mu
sical with the weird sounds of na
tive instruments and voices.
LONDON', Dec. I.—Aecnrdiug
10 a dispatch to the Reuter agency
from Tokyo a mine disaster In
Hokkaido, the northermost Is
land of Japan, lias taken place in
which 437 persons were reported
OVER NEW ROAD
As a final inspection before tl c.
opening of the new line on De
cember 15, prominent officials of
the Northern Pacific railroad,
coniing from Portland yesterday
afternoon, traveled over the new
Point Defiance watergrade route.
Among the officials who made
the trip were President J. M.
Hnnnaford, Chairman W. P.
Clough of the board of directors,
George T. Reid of Tacoma, west
ern counsel and assistant to the
president; George T. Slade, vice
president, and I. B. Richards, g«n
cral superintendent. The offi
ciate expressed satisfaction over
the new road.
OLYMPIA, Dec. 1. —The first
guns of what Is expected to be a
long legal siege against the
Washington state prohibition
measure were fired this afternoon
In Judge ciii-. |.ours court when
attorneys of the "wet" and "dry"
forces clashed on the legality of
the law recently passed.
A preliminary skirmish tbat
brought on today's fight was
started at a night session of the
court last evnlng when attorneys
representing M. & K. Oottsteln,
wholesale liquor dealers of Seat
tle, applied for and received a
temporary restraining order
a,™B.lnst the enforcement of the
prohibition law. By the writ
Governor Lister is temporarly re
strained from enforcing the new
law, and the further legal fiffct
devolves about an effort of the
liquor men to make the order
The complaint Bled last, night
attacks the constitutionality of
the law on many grounds. It la
asserted that the law should take
effect in 30 days, instead of next
year. That the announcements
of election, and "pink pamphlets"
containing copies of the initia
tive bills were mailed Illegally ta
Attorneys admitted today that
the restraining order is only a
forerunner of a tong legal light,
and that th<t suit was instituted
yesterday In order to have It on
record before tomorrow —Decem-
ber 3—which will be 30 day*
after the last election.
SEATTLE, Dec. I.—The fed
eral land offices at Olympla and
this city are to be combined and
centered in Seattle.
Bring the children In with
you tomorrow—let them
have a glimpse of Taco
ma's great popular price
toy shop. With the low
price* here there
shouldn't be a disappoint
ed child in Tacumu.
Double Stampu on toys,
Wednesday Double Stamp Day
10 Stamps Free—Use the Coupon
A Hat FREE With Every Man's
Suit or Overcoat at $12.50 or Over
Choice of Our Entire Stock of High-Grade Clothing Included
Come here to buy your suit or overcoat tomorrow —
choose from the most carefully selected stock of
men's clothing in all Tacoma.
Buy at the store famous for low prices—and make
your selection from a stock composed of finely tail
ored garments, made of absolutely dependable mate
For we're giving tomorrow in addition to the match
less values that-iftve kept us the busiest store on
Pacific, avenue —a high grade hat free with every
suit or overcoat.
NO RESTRICTIONS ON THIS OFFER -
CHOOSE ANY SUIT AT $12.50 TO $15 AND
GET YOUR CHOICE OF ANY FDI 7 F
$2 DUBLIN HAT * IVILEi
WITH ANY SUIT OR OVERCOAT IN THE
STORE AT $15 AND UP WE GIVE YOUR
CHOICE OF ANY STILE LONGFORD $3.00
ABSOLUTELY r IM-»*-«
Double Stamps Too Wednesday
3 10c Tins Tobacco for 19c
'A one day bargain—on sale in the men's furnishing
department, first floor. Perm's No. 1 Smoking To
bacco; regular 10c tins. i Q
Special Wednesday 3 for !■ %/C
Westover Cut Plug, Wednesday only, q/\
three plugs for V\JC
SAN FRANCISCO, Deo. I.—
A house warming and dancing
party will dedicate the Washing
ton state building at the Panama-
Pacific exposition tonight. Promi
nent men from Seattle and Ta
coma and officers of the exposi
tion commission will talk during
the evening. More than 1000
guests have been Invited.
DOES YOUII HAIH
HHOW YOl'll AGE? |
Of course white hair and gray
always suggest age, but often
faded, dull and brittle locks make
us think even young people are
old, while a lustrous, heavy head
of hair Is naturally associated with
youthfulness and forces us to
credit Its owner with being young.
Perfectly healthy hair la always
beautifying and Is very easily ac
quired if proper care ti given to
the hair and scalp. In washing
the hair it is not advisable to use
a makeshift, but always use a
preparation made for shampooing
only. You can enjoy the best
that Is known for about three
cents a shampoo by getting a
package of canthroz from your
druggist; dissolve a teaspoonful
In a cup of hot wjitcr and your
shampoo Is ready. After Us use
the hair dries rapidly with uni
form color. Dandruff, excess oil
and dirt are dissolved and entire
ly disappear. Your hair will be so
fluffy that It will look much heav
ier than it Is. Its lustre and soft
ness will also delight you, while
th« stimulated scalp gains the
health which Insures hair growth.
PACIFIC AVENUE ANQ COMMERCE AT 153! ST.
Don't fail to stop in the premium parlor to
morrow and see what a magnificent display
of gift things are on hand for the shrewd shop
pers who are going to make Green Stamps buy
the presents for their friends.
Every lOe purchase you make tomorrow puts
two more S. & 11. stamps in your book—and
there are ten extra stamps if you clip the cou
pon, and your purchases amount to 50c or
To save S. &H. Stamps is the best kind of
I It Here T
Tlie Taconm Belgian relief
commission has now received a
cash total of $2,633.33, and
nearly nine tons of food stuffs,
which are stored at headquar
ters, 911 Pacific ii \ , awaiting
shipment to Belgium.
Agntes pollstieC and mounted
la solid gold. Waff, Jeueler. 1147
O st. "Advertisement"
The sale of lied Cross seals on
the streets has been started by
the Pierce County Antl-Tubercu
losls league league. Money raised
in the selling campaign will be
used to care for tubercular fami
lies during the Yuletide.
STANLEY BELL II INTING CO.
Tin- Turoma Art league open
ed Its annual exhibit last night
on the fourth floor of the Horgan-
Parker department store. Crit
ics consider the exhibition supe
rior to the one i.i -i year.
Transfer and moving; prompt
service. 001 Tacoma aye. Main
Following the arretut of George
Kane and Harry ('. Roberts Sat
urday night on a counterfeiting
charge, additional Tucoma mer
chants reported yesterday to the
police last night that they too
have received spurious goid coins.
An independent roten»' league
'■has been formed In Huston, and
candidates for the legislature
will be chosen. J. O. Carroll will
be chairman of the organization
meeting to be held in the Riißton
hotel tomorrow night.
Ilnyririi-Watnnii «\>., artistic
floral work. 988 O it. Main 300.
Member* of the Caledonian
and St. Andrew's society cele
brated St. Andrew's day at a
banquet given last night in the
Olympus hotel. Interesting toasts
were given and songs enjoyed
after the feast.
Dri'iirilliim, Ilium. llorl,(. S. 7 A K.
With the government war ta.\
now in operation, Tacomans are
flocking to the federal building
to ob*y the ruling of Uncle Sam.
Practically every little conven
ience In life now has a cent or
two tax attached, which you must
pay before you can enjoy said
ExpreMH Nhlpment daily. Mil
waukee's liiK'si meat product*.
iMii-miiilil's 313 11th, near C.
Charged with attempting to
steal a launch belonging to Krank
Christiansen, 2130 Tacoma ay.,
Joe Curren and Bill Hersell were
arrested last night by Detectives
Recob, Klncald and Brown.
Rummage Hale Saturday, Dec.
5, at i»">;« Ho. 1). Keady-to-Wear
Charged with failure to provide
for his six minor children and to
pay $24 a month alimony to his
former wife, Ueorge J. Simoneau
wa» faund guilty before Justice
Westcost yesterday and sen
Tuesday, Dec. 1,1914.
ART MKIM.K WOltK
Some of the prettiest and
most appreciated present*
that will be received by
anyone this winter will
come from our Art De
partment. Come and see
the new design* start
embroidering now for
your friends' gifts.
10 jfttf Stamps
D him: tliis coupon and
present It at our
stamp desk—lt's good for
10 extra stamps when
your purchases amount to
50c or more. Only one
coupon to each customer.
Void after Dec. 10. .
Times, Dec. 1, 1914.
tenced to three months in the
In an order liaiiilcd down liy
Superior Judge Card, the Sunspt
Telephone & Telegraph company
is given 30 days in which to re
move the poles and wires of the
Home Telephone company.
WBNATCHEE, Dec. ~l.— B*
tween 10 and 15 per cent, or ■
about 700 cars, of the apple crop
of the Wenatchee valley remains
VKGKTAIILES ANI> Kit UTS
AT WapUMAIM I'RK'KN
Prices Quoted Continue for
BUY YOIU PQtATOM NOW
White River Big Potatoes, 10(1
Medium size Potatoes, HM
Yakima Al 101.00
Cabbage, per sack uiu
Carrota, per sack 70c
Beets, per sack 70c
Mangel Beetl, Back 5«o
Parsnips, per sack 91.00
Dry Onions, 100 lbs 91.00 '
Chicken Cabbage, per sack 40c
Chicken Potatoes 4,v
Yakima Apples, all kinds, par
box 75c to 91.00
Home Grown Me « U
We sell all kinds uf Fresh
Vegetables and Fruit.
MISMAUCK CMRDEN CO.
Stalls II and 26
End of Public Market
Phone Main 2946.