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I x Wednesday, Jan. 31,1912.
HODS MINE WILLRE-OPEN (By United Press Leased Wire.) SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 31.— The famous old Eureka mine at butter creek Amador county, utter creek Amador county, which netted Alvinza Hayward J 2O,000,000, lt was learned today, j' to be put in operation again by Col. Edward H. R. Green, son Off Hetty Green, its present owner. *i Since a disastrous fire 20 years Hgo swept off the 'buildings and left the 0,200 foot shaft to cave eft the 0,200 foot shaft to cave ! in and become impassable, the tolne baa been idle and because (our lives were lost in the fire Mrs. Green has (persistently re fused to re-open yie mine for fur ther development. Mrs. Green invariably turned down olfers of Out), 000 and demanded $2,C00, for the mine just as it stood. Col. Green, who is in San Fran cisco, is going to visit the mine and probably will order work to I ptart at once to clear" the ruins m. preparatory to reviving the prop erty. Judge Arntson yesterday dis missed the case against I). 1,. Jen sen, charged with allowing minors to play In his poolroom on Sixth avenue. i — _. , 'Open Letter To Over a Million Owners j of Hyomei Inhalers. v l Because of the enormous sales ' jpf HYOMEI during the present '< rear, we deem lt advisable to pub- [ lish this letter. i HYOMEI htta cured more cases, Ot catarrh (acute, chronic, mild i (md stubborn) than all the catarrh | Specialists in America. j But in order to get the best and ' ' bnlckest results the directions Should be closely followed. : Change the gauze in the Inhaler l fevery week, or better still, every . Ifour —remove both stoppers from inhaler before using. | Never mind how strongly of EIYOMEI the inhaler smells, . to i et actual benefit 15 drops of HY pMEI should be poured into the Inhaler three times a day. A less femoiint won't destroy the germs. | Read the directions carefully fend if you are afflicted with a Stubborn case of catarrh use the Vapor treatment as directed. I Remember that the little hard rubber inhaler will last a lifetime j fend that an extra bottle of HYO- StEI and a generous supply of fauna can be obtained for only 50 Bents. A complete HYOMEI outfit in-! eluding inhaler costs $1.00 at Drown Drug Co. and dealers ev erywhere. Money back If not sat-' Jified when you use HYOMEI for Catarrh, ' catarrhal deafness,' (loughs, colds and croup. » •————— i ___7PFAFFOB4 | OPTICIAN AND JKWF.LEK Opposite the Arcade. Get Back Your Power Mm Ammmf+Sa^RE%t,o3^MFma I -■■' ' Xi^ r'-'" JAyLL jM9sf^y'''' m£amAm' *M ELECTRA-VITA \ M^^^AJ I Electric Suspensory Self-Charged All Appliances ■ ' 'i Wear this grund invigorator while you sleep. It is a quick and positive cure for nervous debility, lost strength, lack of vital power, enlarged veins, lame back, lumbago, rheumatism, stom ach disorders, kidney and bladder troubles and all ailments due to a weakened condition of the nerves and vital organs. Electra-Vita will give back to Mr. L. W. Kingsbury, Twin you the fire and ambition of Falls, Ida.; says: "The appliance youth. It will drive out your which I procured of you has cer tain* and aches, build up your talnly given perfect satisfaction. Vitality and strength and re- My trouble was varicocele, and store your health by filling your the electrio current has been very nerves with an exhilarating cur- decided In reducing the vs.-.;. I cent of electricity. have also noted a freedom from No man need suffer for the nervousness which was formerly mistakes of his early life. Be- quite evident." cause you have broken nature's ' lltl.F, TO YOU laws Is no reason why you should Tou ought to read our big free continue paying the penalty for book explaining our method of the rest of your days. While you treatment. This book Is Illustrat ive be a live one. Oct all the ed with photos of perfect men Joy and happiness you ci.n in this and women, showing how Elec world. To do that you must be tra-Vlta is applied, and contains healthy and strong. Wear Elec- some valuable Information that tra-Vita while you sleep. . Elec- you need. If you can't call, we'll triclty is nature's medicine and send lt, closely sealed and pre the • propert application of this paid, free, If you will mail us this grand force will cure your ail- coupon. Call or write today, •ments and make of you the man Come and have a talk with our you ought to be. physician regarding your case. Electra-Vlta Is the most pow- Consultation free. Office hours: erf as well as the most con- .9a.m.to 6p. m.; Wednesday and venlent electric body appliance Saturday evenings until 8: Sun made. There Is no charging to days, 10 to It, bother with. All you need to do _,„ . —— "■" ls to apply H when you go to . THE ELEOTUA-VITA CO. bed at night and remove lt In the _ _ Dept. 3. ■morning. It generates a steady, 204 Miijmlle Bldg., .'Unbroken current and infuses It _ Seattle, Wash. into the nerves and vitals In the Pleas* send me, prepaid, •right volume to effect a cure. your tree, 00-page, Illustrated It doesn't matter whether you book. •have confidence in our treatment Name '8r not—lt does the work Just the fcanic. -We are ready to prove to Street you that f-lectfa-Vfta will cure _. you. Ask us about it today. Ttown J Doff Your Bonnet to the Bird-Ladies MYRTLE DENNISON. MADELINE ULERIOT-JOHNSON They're Kvery Hit as Brave as the Airmen —Here are Three of Them Telling Why Flying Holds No Terrors for Them. LOS ANGELES, Cal., .lan. 31. —It has come about that those of us who have never sprouted wings have come to look upon those who have learned to fly as the purest types of courage. Is that right? If it is. then the aviator must share with the gen tler sex his right to our hero wor ship. Three women of the air told me recently why flying holds no terrors for them. Each is young, each has much to hold her to life, each chose, under an urge tnal would not be denied, aviation as a profession. Madeline I'.leriot-.lohnson, sis ter of Louis llleriot and widow of a New Yorker, is a dainty, charm ing young woman who is prepar ing to fly at the aviation meets in South and Central America the coining year. She is studying in Pasadena, Cal. "I am not afraid," she said, "because 1 am a fatalist. I shall BLANCHE SCOTT. die when my time comes; not be- | fore. It was all fixed before I : was born. It cannot be altered by i anything I do or do not do. How can it help that I make myself , uncomfotrable with fear? I wish i to fly, and fly in comfort." She i shrugged her shapely shoulders. Blanche Scott, nick-named '.'the i am to be drowned and I shall live : to fulfill my destiny." And she i shuddered. ;! .Myrtle Dennison of Los Ange- I les is a quiet, gray-eyed girl of 21. I She has gone into aviation for the ■ Babe Lisps Attack (By United Press Leased Wire.) PORTLAND, Ore., Jan. 31.— As a result of a quarrel over their •three-year-old daughter Merlin, Charles Brown, a grocer, aged 2, is dead, a suicide, his wife Is at St. Vincents hospital suffering from three big scalp wounds and the baby is in the care of neigh bors. The baby was the only wit ness to the struggle.' According NINE MONKS MASSACRED SOFIA, Bulgaria, Jan. 31.— Massacre of nine monks, who were slain on the steps of the altar In a Christian monastery near Us kub by a Turkish mob today has brought the always simmering fires of racial war to the verge of an open conflagration. Feeling between the Turks and Bulgarians 'I is intense, the latter swearing to :'avenge the slaughter of the monks i by a general massacre. ;j When the monastery was rald i ed by the Turks the monks refus |ed all demands to open the doors, which then were battered down. The mob found the .priests kneel ing in prayer before the altar of j the Virgin. Their headless corpses 'were left lying where they fell. DEFEHSEFUND UNDER PROBE ! (By United Press Leased Wire.) rNDIANAPOLIS. tnd., Jan. 31. —The scope of the government's probe Into the alleged countrywide, ; dynamite (plot, was materlaly wid ened today when lt w^s announc ed that subpoenas would be serv ed on all persons thought to have had knowledge of the guilt of ■ John J. and James B. McNamara. This means that the Inquiry will | continue for at least two weeks ] longer, and also probably will de lay the return of indictments. The fund raised by organized labor for the defense of the Mc- Namaraa occupied the attention of the probers today. Summons THE TAOOMA TIMES. tomboy of the air," because of her reckless flying, and who competed ] for honors at the recent meet in Los Angeles, Is without fear In the air because she believes firm ly that she is predestined to be drowned. Water is a horror to her. "I can do what I wish with a flying machine," she declares. "I pure love of the sensation of fly ing, will, she dei lares is un» equaled by any other., •' ,She, like the other two, is free of fear because of her belief that one must slay in the world until one's : work !Is done. . '-'•'» "That ts," she smiled, "if one does not lake fool chances. Just straight flying Is not that. I never do fancy stunts: that Is, tempting Fate, and Fate is very weak, Per haps • 1 'should" be afraid without this belief; but with it 1 am calm — and gloriously happy." Story of And Suicide to Mrs. Brown, her husband be came enraged and chased her Into a bedroom where he struck her several blows on the head with a hammer, knocking her uncon scious. The baby said her father work ed for some time attempting to [resuscitate the woman before he procured a shotgun and blew off i the top of his head. to appear tomorrow before the In quisitors were served on Secretary Frank Morrison of the American Federation of Labor and Henry Flather, a bank cashier. Flather was ordered to bring with him all | cancelled checks in the possession of the bank referring in any way to the MoNamara defense fund. ST. PAIL MILL GItOWS | The t. Paul mill is branching out. A new "creosoting plant will • soon be erected and a new planing i 'mill is under way. The company : will equip its entire plant in the near future to use electric instead of steam power. •___________. ——— . . System Full of Uric Acid ---the Great Kidney Remedy Cured. Two years ago I -vr-At very slcii and after being treated by several of the best physicians In Clinton. 3 1 did not seem to get any better, i was confined to my bed. Seeing Dr.. Kilmer's Swamp-Koot adver tised, I resolved to give It a trial. After using it for three weeks, I found I was gaining nicely, so I continued until I had taken a num ber of bottles. I am now restored to health and have continued my labors My system was full of Uric acid, but Swamp-rtoot cured mo entirely. I am sixty years old. Yours very truly, W C. COOK * 1203 Eight Aye., Clinton. lowa. " State of lowa. Clinton County— ' On this 13th day of July, 'A. D. 1909, W. C. Cook to me personally known appeared before mo and in my presence subscribed and swore to the above and foregoing state* ment. . . DALE H. SHEPPARD, , _ li?,.* Public, In and for Clinton County. Letter io ''''■'," ' * I Dr. Letter to Co.. Dr. Kilmer & Co., Illußlinmtiiii, If. Y. Prove What .Swamp-Root Will Do for Yon. Send to Dr Kilmer & Co., Blng hamton, 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, be sure and mention'Dept. M. Reg-I ulan*fifty-cent and one-dollar size bottles for Sale at all drug stores. 11 BOY BANDIT IS CAPTURED (Ily lulled Press Irfinwd Wire.) , BAM FHANCISCO. Jan. 31.— After holding tip the Milwaukee saloon and fighting a running re volver duel with three .policemen, A. Waldl. a boy who "declares he Is a machinist and lives in Oak lano, is under arrest here today, battered and bleeding from the effects of the fight lie put up with the officers before they arrested him. Masked, a revolver In each hand, Waldl entered the saloon at an early hour today, told Kdward Stegman to throw up his hands, secured $18 from the cash regis ter anil escaped Into the street. Stegman blew a police whistle. When the policemen appeared Waldl opened Are on them, and then fled to a stable, where ho barricaded himself and fought un til beaten Into insensibility. ■«________■■___________________________________■ j Zjx - tn>OT Ei^rs High Qualities, Large ||i .-^^S^fe Stocks, and Low Prices, [x Clean and Progressive Meth *^° ods Above All Competition Uprights, Baby Grands, Player-Pianos, Piano Players, Organs All go at a fraction of their real value in order to make room for new stock and additional lines of . pianos now arriving daily. During the months of November and December more than 400 high grade Uprights, Baby Grands and Player-Pianos were sold, and we received in exchange nearly 50 upright and grand pianos of well known makes of which the largest proportion-nearly 75 per cent-- are less than three years old. And absolutely the only objection their former owners had to these instruments was that no one in the home could play them. The pianos were all right, but the members of the family lacked the abil ity or skill to use them properly. So they traded them in at a sacrifice of their real values and se cured new Player Pianos by means of which any member of the family could instantly provide the very best music. Come in earl}' tomorrow morning, look carefully over the stock, make your selection and have a fine instrument in your home before nightfall at a fraction of its original cost. A FEW SAMPLE PRICES - , j A Lyon & Healy Piano at $75.00, of quite good Com ariS ___ _, I touch, would make a good practice piano for some one. A' T^L _-___. I -4.J-1 _«_ large size Estey at $125 will prove a good buy for a quick IUC i -.IF■ Iff purchaser. A Hallet & Davis, built by the old original firm and not by the present makers of this piano, goes at $167. IT 1 11 j*\ • ■ _n'™ m' Cive Johnston Pianos, ranging in price from $235 P PIIOW wllltS to $280. Then there are Kimballs, Stegers, Pease, Cables, * V"V" >£***!.© and scores of other well known makes that will be sold for a He refuses to answer the point mere fraction of their real value. It's your opportunity to ed questions we propounded to !Z !\K- v ' but y°U must hurry. A day's delay may mean him in our advertisements yestor that the piano you most want has ben sold to some one day . He knows it would b * com . | THE WHOLE TRUTH ABOUT PIANOS mercial suicide for him to answer i nd nothing but the truth is what we tell you— you can de- these questions—yet it was of his pend with absolute certainty on that. Never is there any mis- own doing. However, he says he's representation made about any instrument in this store, or good now, and as the good die by any of our representatives outside of it. We'd rather lose youn*. we'll let him rest in peace, a sale any day than have to resort to equqivocation or false statements made about any instrument. ~^—"""""———-—-_-_-_--_-___-__--___-________________. I OUR GUARANTEE J Oil If* CrCClit ' is as good as a bank note. Ask any bankers, business man X_r %*___, -%___• x_*V*ll. or consult Bradstreet's or Dun's financial agencies. These ¥ f*M J pianos will be sold under a definite and positive represent.'!- IC f lOOfl tions as to what they are and their values. Your money V__»WVt will be cheerfully refunded at any time should you discover Bring this list with you and come that these representations were other than what they in and see just what a fine should have been. In addition you have our two years'free +,„•+ + • , « » . trial exchange agreement and a certificate from the manu- tumty th! ,sa 1* offers for saving facturer. •..":.. money. A few dollars is all you'll ■ • : ;'- • need to secure the immediate de . X-. .x-X-X X-' _____^^"l>^^_____ ' livery of any of these used upright ' ■'■:'Z'-' j AmkAA±: ___***) SmW^ _fc^_ pianos, no matter what the price. Jmp^^L^S^m b*s^L^*&&a Tlie balance you can pay m little _j_^Br^mmmom—W^^m m—frnKm. X.. _^Bj____ m amounts monthly that will entail r^_AX m^_^_o_____m^^t^^M^mmmmmm^^^^ I no hardship on anyone, no matter >mA^MMo^r4Br a^A^RM*j/& ' m how slender the purse may be. \^mJ^__Y J Af Don't put it off. Don't longer de- BucoeMortoD.B. Johnston 00. \JjO|J9lr prive your family of the great uu^.ouiiuw.u.u^.wuv. pleasure the piano brings. Come 943-945 0 Street, Opp. Rhodes Bros. - : e^^^owmorhlngrand^get | I THE NATION'S LARGEST PIANO ESTABLISHMENT UTSZCtIoICe'X ■ "Z rx "'XxX'^- x-ji £| Death Wins In Swift Race I-OS ANGEL.BS, Cal.. Jan. 81. —W. G. Duck of Chicago, head of the mechanical department of tha Santa Ye railroad, died early to day near San Bernardino follow ing a desperate race against death from Albuquerque. lluck contracted pneumonia In Albuquerque. Doctors declared 'that a lower altitude was impera tive. A private train was requls tioned. All traffic on the Santa Fe be tween Mojave and I.os Angeles was suspended to iglve the special the right of way. The train was plunging aver the desert at 85 miles an hour when it was over taken by death. lIADI.N-I'OWKI.r. COMING? President Frank l.ntchain of the local boy scout council Is trying to get (Jen. Sir Robert Iladen -I'owell, founder of the boy scout movement, to include Tacoma In his western tour. WITNESS FEAR PAST RECORD (By United Pre*. I/eosrd Wire.) PoitTI.AND. Ore.. Jan. St..— W. Cooper Morris, confessed em bezzler and formerly cashier of the wrecked Oregon Savings and Trust bank, completed his direct testimony for the state in the 1 Wilde trial this forenoon ajul cross-examination, which is pro ceeding this afternoon, was be gun shortly (before noon adjourn ment. « While on the stand Morris evi dently labored under severe nerv ous strain and as Dan Mularkey, chief counsel for the defense, merclslossly probed into the bunk er's past and shot questions to shame him, Morris cringed and made a poor show of bravado. Smith, florist. Main 4078. imik ('.* '. PAGE r SEVEN T? TACOMA "xfx • — -?' Si* Hopkins Sunday and Monday. Miss Rose Melville, who will be seen this year for the last time as "Sis Hopkins," has spoken over five thousand times that famous bit of philosophy, "You can't never make nothln* doln* nothln' for nobody for nothln'." Mist Melville comes to the Tacoma Sunday and Monday. mtAAAAAAmmmmmmmmmmmmw^ • TIMES AD. DRAWS 1.1140 children read the coupon and cut It out and attended the Km press the ater Inst Saturday. You can get returns on advertising ln the Times— - the sumo as the Empress theater.