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IN A FEW HOURS AND FEEL FINE R*tl*f oomc» tnatantly \ doa* taken cvcrj two houra un <11 thov* d«ao<a arc t:ikom will *nd grippe mlssery anil brttk up a a»>- ver* coid cither in th« ho>»d, cheat, body or Hmba. tt promptly op*na cloggo>d up no"- trtla and *lr pastotagca In th» ho>aol. •top* uan IT dlaohsorgw or noa* run bleir. r«lloo*oa atck h«>«(l»chi». slull d««h, farartahnaaa, *or<> thniat. •tioooxlttg. *or«D«M and atlffti»>a*. Donl »t»T KtttffwJ up! Quit hlow tng and inuffllriK' F.a*o> < 9 r throb bing head! Nothing o>lhc In tho» world glvoa auch prompt relief a* "Pape'o Cold Compound." which coat* only 15 centa «t any drug •tor* It acta without ftaatatMM. tMt«a nlcfi, c*u»*a no Inconvosn leno* B« our* you go»t th* gnnulna. To Overcome Winter Complexion Troubles If th* chill air can*** your »K 1 n to iry an.l aval* or hacoma unduly red or «puse<l h»for« yon «r» to M aprwasd a thin layar of ordinary «rer. 0»ll»C'i «>i over your *ntlr* fac* R#l«.»v*. ne»t morning with warm wwtrr. Thla la th* ld*«l eomplesslon tr*atm*nt for th* winter *lrl The *ra\ gently abaorba th* d<«*d parti cle* of aurfar* akin, ao> gradually Userea no dlacomfort Thla *■!»*» the und*rlytn* akin a chance to broatha and to ahow Itaelf In a «Mk or *.■ the new and younger akin la wholly In evldanc* and yuu have a raallr matchless* eompl*il-»n !te»iir»l!y all Ita defect* dl«*ppe*r With th* dtacarded rutlcl* -sub chap*. r*ughneaa. blotch**, p I m p I * a . free k le«. hlarkheada Caually an «Bnt* of mercoltaed wa*. procurable at any dm* *tor*. la »nou«h to Mloovat* **en the worit eomplealon. "Wrlnkl** need bother you no mora If you'll u»e thla atnipl* face waah Fowdar ■.! uxollta. 1 oa. Ulaaolvcd In witch hone I. 14 St. Juat ona ap jHleatlon will aff«ct *v*n th* d**p aat Un*a, and aoon your «kln will be amooth aa a ehltd'a.—Adv*rtla*m*nt VTIWART HOU9K ** Mnul •«. Kw Flka rwklie M*rfcM Me«*m Mai» "•■>•«• IK« Uri* Mod era Oatslds Rooms f°» <>«• or Two. SO* FLORIDA CAUFORNIA ONLY $117.50 Jacksonville and Return Correspondingly Low Rates to Other Florida Destinations Slid Every Tuesday Coaunefititg Htvember 24,1914 Portland. Mt. Shasta. Panama-Pacific Exposition, San Francisco, February 20, 1915. Panama-California Exposition, San Diego, Jan. 1, 1915. De! Monte. Paso Rohles. Santa Barbara. Yosemite Ix>s Angeles. Riverside. New Orleans Mardi Gras. SOUTHERN PACIFIC C. G. CHISHOLM Dintrtct Krtlfht and ar«r AffMt Elliott 1256 720 SECOND AVENUE WESTERN-GOODYEAR QUICK SHOE REPAIR COMPANY We Onarnntee Ton the H»«t Work In Town—The Heat of Material* Uaed. Firing U* Your Old Hhoea —We'll Make Them Like Now, 219 Jamc» St John Cicchetti, Prop. ATTEND TO YOUR TEETH NOW Wh|l» W#> Arc CUTTING THE CUT RATE PRICES Silver Filling* 25c Gold Crown* $3 r»IO¥ OKNTTITH-Wi IMb* Pit., Cwr of Third Avu. W* itM nothing Nut th* b#«t mn'Hixli <*r»<l a pl«aatnv and last ing reault for * period of J 6 y**rw AH work ftiirantMl. Filling • f»Of Hliso| 'iold Croviia ~,,,,,,, fi.no -i..H Altar I'llllnir SI.KO f »2.r, I Solid Hrlda. Wor* fti.OO ralalrx F.ilrartln* Vrrr. .l» of r«»th $r>.oo »n<l fM.Ott KiMfiimtloai iMid Ecllmalta Fr.f Udf Alt eniltfitU. UNION Itß.NTiara —« >*. Third an<l Pike Kntrancx 30.-,Vfc I'llte at. UHOU SUM WILL USE TANDEM AEROFUHES, DEADLIER TNAD ZEPPELINS FOR COAST DEFENSE FtIDFOSES CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 DOCTORS MUST T AKE OATH TO OVERLOOK THEIR MISTAKES punlfh the unorthodox practitioner for mal-pr*rttce I auppoan It la it fair atatement that there ar« good and bad and In different doctor* within and without the rank* of orthodoxy, and that i there are more bad "unethical" doctor* than "ethical" doctor*. o o o • • I told yesterday how the orthodox doctor* "got" Dr. J. Eugene Jor dan. an advertising doctor, whose certificate haa been taken from hlin by the state board of medical exnrolnur*, all "ethical" men. I told, too. of on* of Jordan * pa'lenta, Mr*. L C. Hoblnson. who ap pealed to ProsecuUiig Attorney Ltindln to give Jordan authority to con . Untie a treatment which, the declare*, ha* practically cured her of tuberculosis, and of Lundln's refusal. I say again that I do not know whether Jordan la a good or a bad doctor. But inaaraut-h a* "ethical" doctor* charge him with quackery in that he makes advertlalng promise* which, they aay. he cannot per ! form, the pubtle haa a right to know whether Jordan can or cannot do all he claim*. e e e • a Ruth Vincent I* the 21y*aroid daughter of Mr. and Mr* W. F. Vincent, !W Maiden ava. Vincent la a lumber buyer, with efftceaMn the White building. I have before me a atatement In writing from Vincent, which reada aa follow*: "My daughter Ruth waa given up by our family physician. Or. Lipplncott, aa a hopeleaa caae of acute tuberculoal*. Wi called In three apodali*ta, who agreed that there waa nothing to be don* for her. Of course, the aputum waa microscopically tooted and found 'poaltlva.' "When we were aaaurod that there waa no hope, we enllated the oervloe* of Or. Jordan. My daughter had been In bed about two months, and her temperature waa 103> "After four montha of treatment under Or. Jordan, my daughter waa able to leave her bed. She now goo* about aa much a* her mother think* prudent. Her temperature I* nor mal moat of the time. She haa done remarkably well eo far and ahould get well In a reaaonable time." In a conversation which I had with Vincent, he Mid: "I hardly know what to *ay about Or. Jordan. That la, I dont know what her he I* a good doctor or a mediocre one. t can aay thta, though: That we took Ruth to him In detperation, aa the "ethical" doctor* all igr*«d that ah* muat die, and that he did more for her than any of the 'ethical' doctor* did. "Whan her cough had entirely dlaappeared, we took h*r to th* tub«rculo*l* division of the city health department and had her examined, not telling the examining doctor*, however, that aha waa one of Jordan'* pati*nta. "We almply told the examiner* that w* war* afraid of tu beroiloaia and wanted to make euro whether Ruth had It or not. The doctor* found her abaolutely free of any tubercular symptom*. "My only dlaaatlefactlon with Ruth'e oaae i* that *h* doe* not get *trong aa rapidly aa I think ah* ought. "Dr. Lipplncott became very angry when we told him Ruth had been taking Or. Jordan'a medicine." • a a • » 1 have also before me the written atatement of William Van Wat er*. 7044 l»th are. M. E„ who aay* he wai for eight year* a aufferer > from tuberculosis "Coming to Seattle, I consulted three eminent phy*lcl§n*. Or. W. A. Shannon, Or. Hoy, and th* than city bactarloiogiat. Dr. Horac* G. Laiella. Each furnlahed mo with a aigned cer tificate that I had pulmonary tuberculoaia. Thee* certlflcatee are dated December 2, 190«." writea Van Water*. He goo* on to tftate that he waa cured, but that, a* advanc ed tuberculoaia Is generally *a<d to be incurable, he ha* had difficulty in persuading doctora that he ever had It. When he ahowa them the certificataa of the phyaiclan* m«ntion*d, they •ay: "If you had it then, you have It now." To make assurance doubly eure, ha went to Or, Rob*rt M. Stlth, chief of the tuberculoma division of ths city health department, who sxamlned Van Waters, and whose written and aigned statement la before me: "To Whom It May Concern: This I* to e*rtlfy that I have examined Mr. Wm. Van Water* today and can find no evidence of pulmonary tuberculoela (consumption), nor any rssson for *v*r regarding him aa a suspect (Signed) "ROBERT M. STITH. "Chief Tubercular Div„ Seattle Dept. Health and Sanitation." e • a a a 1 think that fair-minded people must agree that, in the two caae* mentioned of the several I have Investigated, aa the "ethical" doctor* had confessed themselves unable to effect ruree, and that the patients were doomed to die anyway, the sick people were wlae In seeking an "unethical" doctor who claimed to succeed where "(tbiwl" doctor* failed. When you die. It 1* a *mall matter whether the hands that close your eyelids are "ethical" or otherwise. And fair-minded people must further agree that Dr. Jordan, having proved hla efficiency, ha* certainly aa much right to continue In the practice of medicine aa have his "ethical" brethren, who have proved their Inefficiency. • a a a a WHAT IS NEEDED. AND WHAT HONEST DOCTORS ADMIT TO ME (IN STRICTEST CONFIDENCE) IS NEEDED, IS A WEEDING OUT OF BAD OOCTORB, "ETHICAL" AND "UNETHICAL." What is even mora needed is s brand-new cods and an honsst do sirs on the part of ths doctors to llvs up to it. For instance. If a doctor knows maaslea but doss n«t know tubsreu losls, the cods should compsl him to frsnkly admit hs do*s not know tuberculosis. Under the prsssnt cods a doctor m«y—and doss—tackle any problem. AND OTHER DOCTORS, KNOWING HIS IGNORANCE OF THE PARTICULAR DISEASE HE HAB UNDERTAKEN TO CURE, KNOW ING HE IS EXPERIMENTING AND PROBABLY BLUNDERING, MUST IN "HONOR" REMAIN SILENT BECAUSE THEY HAVE TAKEN THE "HIRPOCRATIC OATH." MISS HAY WEDDED TO SEATTLE MAN BPOKANK. Jan. 2S Ml** Nov* Hay, daughter <lf the former gover nor, la today Mr*, George Mood of H"<4ttl«. The w«.ddlng. which took plafe laat night at All Halnta" ra fhedral. *ai the moat alaliorate of the aeaaon Mra. O. H Uainorwuix of Seattle. alater of the bridegroom, attended Mis* Hay. •>'•**« Wltklns of Kphratn, thi brlde'a roualn. wan heat man, and the uahera were Kdgar Conway Homer Dawaon and Nlrholaa Jahn all of Seattle. Mr Hood la general manager of the northern dlvlalon of the Northweatern Theatrical anno elation. The rouple will lie at home at the t'heaterfleld apartmenta, He attle, April 1. JEWELRY STOLEN A robber entered the home of I>r. It. C. Swinburne, 2903 Mayfalr ave. Tuesday while occupant* of the hiiiiae were abaent and obtained loot conalatlng of valuable Jewelry worth |2,fi00. STAH—THURSDAY, JAN. 28. 1915. PAGIi 5 ROUTED FROM BED IN ZERO WEATHER CHICAGO, Jan. J*.—With th. temperature at J below (era. *1* families were routed out of their beda ami forced to »«•«* refuge In the atreet In their night clothe* when fire deatroyed the Caudanla p*p»r *tock company'* plant The damage la estimated at MS, 000 The firemen ware ah»ath*d In |r» beforw the Male waa controlled PAY HALF MILLION TO MENJN PENSION PITTBBCHO. Un tS ~Tte« r« port of the t*. S fMeel and Carnec'* Pension fundi) wu annonnred showing fMI.M? had be«n paid to steel employes in pengbMis during the past year AN OLD RECIPE TO DARKEN HAIR Common Oartftn S»g« and Sulphur Makaa Streaked, Faded or Gray Hair Dark and Qloaay at Once. Almost everyone know* that Smt<- Tr« and Sulphur, properly com pounded. brings hack the natural rotor and luster to tha hair *hen faded. streaked or gray, also end* dandruff. Itching scalp and stop* falling hair Yeara ago the only way to $n thla mlitura was to mak# it at borne, which ta muasy and troubleaome. Nowaday* we simply ask at any drug store for "Wyeth's Sage and Kulpltur Compound." You will get a large bottle for about 60 cents. K> orybody u*es thla old. lamuui reel pe, because no one can possibly tell that you darkened your hair, ai It does It ao naturally and evenly. You dampen a sponge or aoft hruah with It and draw thla through your balr, taking one email at rand at a time, by morning the gray hair dis appears. and after another applica tion or two, your hair become* beautifully dark, thick and gloas> and you look year* younger. Free Doctor At the Brendel Drug Co., 117 Yetler Way You arc offered the ser vices of an experienced and able physician, a man nf many years' practice and a graduate of the best mctlical schools in the country -without a cent of expense to you. N'o matter what may be your ailment, al! you have to do is to come here—our physician will nive you a painstaking, careful and thorough ex amination and prescribe for you all FREE. This being the case, you most certainly should not take any chances with your health. Re member. it is by far the most precious possession that you have. At the first sign of sickness come and consult the FREE DOCTOR. BRENDEL DRUG CO. 117 Yetder Way Look for the Yellow Front MAY BUILD 70-MILE-AN-HOUR AIRCRAFT EACH CAPABLE OF SINKING DOZEN DREADNAU6HTS WASHINGTON. I) C.. Jan. 2*.— A fleet of the Urn«iit. hlghe*t-pow ered aircraft ever hullt may lie con •trm-ted u> aupplement I'ncle Hum * uoaat defnnae* If plan* of aviation engine*™, recently laid before 80. retary of War (larrtaon and Hecretarr of the Navy I>«t>lrU. are approved. Moth (larrleon and Daniel* are declared to bar* b**n favorably iuipre*»ed with tb» plana outlined, «jid further Inquiry into the fea*|- blllty of tba proportion la to be made. The proposition. aa *übt»ltt*d to tha *ecr*t*rle* of war and navy, la Uila: Our coaat d*fan**» *r*. ad mittedly, Inadequate and poor ly arjfad Tha gun* of prao lieaMy all our eoaat forta have a carrying range from four to •la mil** leaa than tha range of the naval guna of tha big geat foreign power*, rendering them virtually uaaiaaa To change lb" big itun equip ment of our forta would require can In tha meantime. unleaa other protective meana are de* l»ed. we will remain open to attack Monster aeroplane*, however, of PERCY KIDS TACOMA FOLKS TACOMA. Jan »«.—Weatern rail roarfa will all eventually utllkta elec tricity for their chief motlce power and Tacoma will be the termlnur of the flrat transcontinental electrh line. If the prediction made by I'ercy A. Hocltefaller, director of the Chi • ago. Milwaukee k Ht. Paul Ky Co. and of Juiin D. Rockefeller. In Tiicome today, come* true "It ha* been proved to the Mil-; MRS. JONES IS WITNESS FOR HER SON IN DIVORCE COURT Destiny knowa no filed mN or hope* About two yeara ago The Star raised a aubarriptlon fund for old •Mother" Mary H. Jone». lanltreaa COSTIVE BOWELS HEtDACHE.COIDS, TAKE CASCARETS Get a 10 rent box now birred Tongue. Had t?olds. Indl gestlon. Hallow Hkln and Miserable Headache* come from a torpid liver and clogged bowela, which rauie jour stomach to become filled with undigested food, which sours and ferments like garbage In a swill barrel. That's the firm step to untold misery—lndigestion, foul gases, bad breath, yellow skin, mental feara, everything that Is horrible and nauaeiting A Casca ret tonight will give your consti pated bowels a thorough cleansing and straighten you out by mom lug. They work while you sleep— a lOcent bo* frotn your druggist will keep you feeling good for months Millions of men and wom en take a Cas«aret now and then to keep their stomach, liver and bowels regulated, and never know a miserable moment. Kon't forget the children their little inside* need a good, gentle cleansing, too. i Household Economy „ j * *I'' 4 Ifntv in Hilar thf Viral Cnugh <». jp Itewrdjr irnd *w»r *2 by Maklag It mi llnnif 4 Cough medlrlnea, a* n nil*, con t f n it I« r k«* quantity of plain ayrttp \ I#.ll' «>f irt«n» Mt'd mignr, win pint of warm water, atlrred for 2 minute*, ill van you a* food ay rup aw money can buy. Then g«*t from your druflrglft JH ouni'M IMnex <so cent*' worth), pour Into it pint bottl* and fill th«« bottle with *ugar nyrup Thin iclveii you, ut n «*ont of only 54 <*nt«. n full pint of iMHlly bfttor cough nyrup than .ti <'f>ul«l buy rrwdy mud* for $2 60— h rlear savlnK «»f ni«arl> Full di rection* with Plnex. It krrpff prr ffftly nnd tMMtcii good. It tnkm hold of th# u«u*l rough or rtie*t roM nt onri*. nnd ' onquer* It In 1\ hour* Hplendld for whooping cough, bronchltl* nnd winter cough*. It'* truly H*tonl*hlng bow quirk|y It i«»o»en« the dry. hoar*f> or tight rough mihl henln nnd noothen tha in fiHined membrane* In ia*«« or h painful cough. It *l*o etopn the for mation of phlegm In the throat and bronchial tube*, thu* ending the per alatent loo*e cough Pine* In a highly concentrated compound of genuine Norway pine extract, combined with gualacol, nnd haa hrrn u*cd for genaratlon* to henl Inflamed rnembranua of the throat and cheat To avoid dl»npp<dntuii>rit. n«k your drug*l»t for "3% ounces of I'lnex," hnd don't accept anything cUr. A guarantee of ahaolute nut I.- fm-tloti or money promptly refunded guru with thla preparation. Tlie Pln*« Co., Ft, Wayna, Ind. a new type deilgned eapeclally for roaat defenae work, can l»e built In all month*' time With three or four of r.ich war aircraft *tatlon»d at each fort, the handicap of ahort range guna would be lamely overcome, It ia claimed The aircraft propoaed la of a type not yet uaed either In thla country or Europe. They would rank In power and carrying capacity with the *r«vit Zeppelin balloon*. but would have greater apeed and present a amalt er target for the enemy. Thai* big aaroplanaa would ba virtually a aariaa of two or thraa or four biplane* arrang ed tandem. They would carry from ala to tan man and from •,000 to 10,000 pound* of high exploaivea to be dropped from an armored ear awung far be low the aeroplane proper. One hit with 600 pound* of gun cotton would put out of rommla alon the blggeet battleahlp afloat, barker* of the project declare! One hundred auch aircraft, It* designer* estimate, could t.« built at an average com of tllfl.MG each, or Juat the coat of one modern t!2 dre«<|ita'iglil' 1 waukee o|>er»tor* that electricity I* the mod practical power for rail road* In thl* part of th* country, and all the road* will eventually com" to It." aald Rockefeller. "Thi work done In Montana ha* *a«l*fl"d the company. (electrification 1* be j Ing pushed rapidly, and It I* Just a matter of time before Milwaukee train* wtll enter Tacoma driven by •I electricity." — .. ■:at the l.'itnber Exchange building, to buy her a home no ahe would be sure to ha*# a plate to rest her toil-worn body when ahe got too weak to toll The lot waa bought. The house waa built. A garden waa planted A cow or two found ] pasture ne*r by. The aetting waa Ideal for peace and tranquillity. • • • Tha !a*t place one might have expected to see Mr*. Jones waa In a court room, which la an linmedt lata suggestion of strife and heart break. Mr* Jones was In Judge Ron alds courtroom Wednesday. And the caae on ttrial waa a divorce — a divorce between her son, Robert, and her daughter-in-law. Maud. Vigorously, "Mother" Jonee, 70 years old, maintained that ahe was quite strong enough to take care of her two little grandchildren, one 6 years old, the other 3. "1 work »n Janitress. I take • are of cows and a barn and a gar den I guess I am strong enough to take care of the bibles, whom t lore more than myself" For the young nouple are fight ing for the custody of the children. They have practically agreed to separate forever, but each wants the Ulddies. The husband, a vaudeville singer, would turn them over to the care of his mother. The wife wants them herself. The trial will not be coucluded before night BUSINESS MEN WILL BOOST FOR UNIVERSITY A committee of prominent busi ness and professional men will go to Olympla. It Is announced, to boost for a university appropriation to mako possible the two now buildings needed. Representatives of the Chamber of Commerce, Seattle Commercial Club and the Rotary club will be named, nuiong others. HOSPITAL BURNS WALLA WALLA, Jan. 28. David Rroughel, who waa undergoing at operation In Bt. Mary's hospital yes terday when It began burning, la ap pur« ntly surviving his unusual ex perleticn without disastrous effect* When the alarm came the physi cians who were working over the man continued on the case, and com pleted the tusk before transferring the patient to another hospital The loss to tho building Is $ •• 000. It was 50 years old. Funeral of Patrolman P J. I'roHtio huld. °* r 2i,fH,Additwma^ jj? •/ ' " [2000 ADDITIONAL ACCOUNT CAMPAICNBY FE8.F1915 } f r —m l ill—_\ t Ht ' ONll in* UNION 1 <»...«».. If.KM- I «■: f /w «M» fo mlt iv.Wi I ! f7nor Span 17,000 «c fl ■U } ZZZ- „Z !£•;• || •• •• « i IM ' lt>4 JKerrhiinrilm • HOODOO | STORE OPENED j|s QSE^^l I /rEB.Ii.t \ //dec.26th \ J p/ 1900 \ I»:ai6 / 1914 \G» (( WITH NO 1 f 36000 j) V;, ACCp.yNTSy-/€ VI.ACCOUIfrs// % ijff mf * 1 Our No Payment Down OFFER HAS DONE THE WORK My February Ist more than 2,0fJ0 people will have taken advantage of our NO-PAY MENT-DOWN campaign. Arrange to pay for your apparel in small weekly or monthly payments. Complete Assortments .— —> Of the Kind of Clothing Demanded / By Critical Men You Should See Our New N6W6flt Of s^nn K Spring Hats RraHhliniJ I**1** ..(9(1 All the new Shape* and DI flUUlil J shades with contrasting •«m TTT> or P' a ' n hands. Clarkaon ... ****** w * Hats $3.00. Also a com * meet every individual , , me of j B Stel . want. Our values are . son s. unsurpassed. V-— 1332-1334 SECOND AVE. 211 UNION ST. largest Credit Apparsl Institution In ths United States DOPE PEDDLER IS SENTENCED Harold ftitton, 21, who foil Into a trap set for him by police officer*. wae given a two month*' Mntonc* Wedne»day by GIRLS! HAVE BEAUTIFUL, LUSTROUS, FLUFFY HAIR—2S CENT DANDERINE To be possessed of ft b«ad of heavy. beautiful hair. soft, lus trous. fluffy, wavy and free from dandruff Is merely a matter of us- Ins a lltll* Oamlerinc. It ts easy and lne*pensive to btt* nice, aoft hair and lot* of It Just get a 25-cent bottle of Knowl ton's Danderlne now—all drug stores recommend It—apply a little as directed and within ten minute* tbere will be an appearand of abundance: freshness, fluffiness and an incomparable gloss and lus ter and try an you will you cannot find a trace of dandruff or falling hair; but your real surprise will he after about two weeks' use. The Secret of Heating Your Home for Less Money, With Less Trouble, Less Dirt Use Cote |OU will find Coke the most satisfac- Uwl tory and economical fuel you have ever used. All the smoke is taken from the Coke before it leaves the ovens. This renders it free from dust and dirt which other fuels contain. The price at which Coke is sold puts it within reach of every one. Oven Coke is sold at 56.00 per ton at the yards and Bench Coke at $5.50 per ton. For Furnace U»c Coke Can't Be Beat. Seattle Lighting Company Phone; Main 6767. Judge John B. Gordon for tell ing morphine. Sitton waa ar retted after delivering $1.00 worth of "mow" to Policewom an Elizabeth Ward. when you will see new hair—fine and downy at first—yes—but real ly new hair--sprouting out all over your scalp—Danderlne Is. we belleTe. 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 pretty and soft your hair really Is, moisten a cloth with a little Dan derlne 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 delightful surprise awaits every one who tries this.