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W. O. Chapman
" " Judge Superior Court. C^^^
Candidate for Re-Election.
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I |^ Justice of the Peace
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JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT
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Subject to non-partisan judiciary primary, Sept. 10, 1912. '•
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Calvin J. Carr
..-_ of Tacoma ; ..
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S^* . Candidate for -..'-., // .
- y Subject to Republican Primaries • :♦
-September; 1912. '.
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:-;.;■ . Candidate for Election as _
JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT
*J.; Subject to Non-Partisan Judiciary Primary,
fe. ■:. " September 10, 1912.
:«§;.. :i; '-"« Arthur says: • ■ . •...''■ " - .. : " / ■ V-i^-^vT?
-imy Mlstah Denvab Ed • ' - * " : • -- " -;i^
Vg| dun say dem spots am
)ffl|f!f caused by a culled
/jfcn camp meetin' an' by .. Weye' Got" the Chance :; -
jrj srifs'Ts Weve Got the Chance
feSoi^-", "■ ' ->^ ?f a lifetime to put on an "Atleration Sale," but we
ffi£%z*Ts ' i^VW don t;like to close: up for a day or two to adjust
Wj§M^&&>?^M 1- '' ' prices, and without some such 'process as . this we A-/M
couldn't offer you even a reasonable sale discount, CS
and break even. on ihe^volume of business to ' 'M^
We depend wholly on the volume of business to
ffi||- ■■ \" ■; ';■ ■'"■ make our money. A little bit of profit on each article '■>'»:* ,1 !M
S^' '^^S^SS will bring this result, as we have proven beyond ques
.' ji- • ■ . 'a l^w^^^tion/ 1 and the fact v that we are changing places with f
our slloe and Hat Departments, and that each de-
M^^RB^^..^^ partment will be better fitted to accomodate our
LA JiSBpBB^ patrons docs not argue for a moment that the shoes
*^r"^^Hfc23^^^^ an<^ iats 'n our Bt°ck have lessened in value
There is only one stock of "Dickson" Shoes in this
a m '^^ city, and they're worth the price stamped on the soles
—$2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00. There is only
one stock of "Gordon" Hats in town and they're
Vra X worth $3.00, no matter where they're located in our
I Dickson Bros. Co. f
1120 1122 Pacific Aye.
City Fearfully Congestedflßy Nature
Punching Hole Through a Mountain
MONTREAL, Can., Aug. 21.—
Montreal, most congested city in
America, after New York, is doing
something unique in the world'
history, In its quest (or space and
fresh air. It ig boring a $25,
--000,000 tunnel through a big
mountain, bo that the dammed-up
population may (low through and
spread out on the pleasant health-*
fn] (arm land six miles beyond.
Such a vast, costly feat of en
gineering was necessary to sup
ply the direct suburban transpor
tation which, to most cities, is
easy and inexpensive. Montreal
covers only 19 square miles.
Crowded between Mount Royal
and the St. Lawrence river, it
could neither grow over the
mountain nor spread around it.
Detroit covers over 40 square
inlleß, and Montreal has 60.000
more people than Detroit. Buf
falo spreads over 4 2 square miles
and Montreal is 100,000 bigger
For years the tunneling o(
Mt. Royal has "been considered by
railroad officials, and finally the
Canadian Northern undertook it.
There were two years o( prelim
inary bargaining, a(ter which cur
rency by the satchel tall was paid
over to the owners of the farms
which made the Montreal melons
famous, in the purchase of their
land. More than $1,500,000 was
paid out in that way, with cur
rency, in the rush of land specu
lation that followed the announce
ment of the plan. One farmer
was paid $117,000 and another
farm brought $781,783.
"When the electric locomotives
begin running through (he tun
nel, a new city will spring Into
being, governed by commission
View of the Mount Itoyal tunnel, under construction, with a
section of the "Melon Patch" beyond, and a farm that brought its
owner half a niillk.ii dollars.
and modern In every reapect.
The Mount Royal tunnel will
be three and one-third miles long.
The work is in charge of the en
gineer who directed the Penn
sylvania cross-town tunnel, 8. P.
Brown. ■"' Fifteen hundred men
will be kept busy upon it for 18
months, and the volcanic rook
Times Political News of
Tacoma and Pierce Co.
The star political event tnus r«r
in Tacoma wtll be the forensic
. la-ii tonight at Moose hall be
tween Orville Billings, standpat
republican, and Bruce Rogers,
socialist. Billings enters the ring
with voice oratund, which is said
to raise to high falsetto in tlie
climaxes. Rogers is declared by
lii- seconds. Bone & Wright, to be
o? a phlegmatic disposition, but
once aroased a terror by day and
Brooke Wright, non-partisan
candidate for superior Judge, will
lie referee. He announces d!s-
Ktanta may hit as hard and often
as they please if there are «n : .
I. H. Martin will second Bil
lings and possibly Beverly Ooln
er .assisting. 8. A. Perkins «nd
Uen. Jim Ashton sent regrets.
No dispute is anticipated otct
the division of the gate recei|Ms
as Billings Insisted In the article*
which will be taken out will be
used for ballasting transcontinen
Driving a tunnel over three
miles through a mountain and
making it meet within a sixteenth
of an inch requires nice work,
but Mr. Brown expects to suc
sgned at the Commercial club tliat
he must get half of the net gate.
Indications now are for a pack
Walter J. Thompson has enter
ed the lists as a candidate on me
progressive ticket for county com
missioner in the third district.
This Is the Torgy .Peterson dis
trict. Thompson says he wants
less politics and more ; business
management in the I court house
and goes in for modern methods
and a higher standard of ethics.
The state republican committee
will meet here. tomorrow at: the
call of B. W. Coiner, to map. out
the coming standpat campaign. •:-. i
Stirred up to enthusiasm .by
the appearance at the prohibition
meeting here last * night of |20
members of the Chaftn and Wat
kins club of Puytllu.p, the Taco
ma cold water men started a
movement to put up an aggres
sive campaign in Tacoma. \ -'''■ .■-■'
An effort will be made to get
every opponent gof I the "5 liquor
traffic to line jup I with the party
in this campaign. '"" • ; '-v v \.
Mrs. Mary A. Monroe, demo
cratic candidate for state ' school
superintendent,'" was Riven a re
ception at the Taconia hotel yen
terday at which Miss : Bertha
House, Col. J. J. Anderson and
Charles Drnrjr spoke.- ,:•"■ '■''fJ. '":.
V- WABHINGTON, D. C, Aug. 21.
— Uecause the pure blooded Am
erican Indian la rapidly becoming
• ■••tin i. the national museum here
Is preparing today to make masas
and busts of the members' of the
different remaining tribes. ' -
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DR. F. J. 'stkwart '':.'-.■■
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. CORONER OF PIKHCB - •
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; , Subject to vote at Republi
.l can Primaries: in September.
A. J. Weisbach
• Gaining the lnelde of her •
• home on the pretense of •
• renting a room, two men •
• last night suddenly drew re- •
• volvers and demanded of •
• Hre. Kate Bee, 1621 South •
• D street, that they be glv- •
• en* all the money in the •
• house. They obtained $14 •
• and fled. •
On the grounds of alleged
cruelty, drunkenness and non-
Bupport, Judge M. L». Clifford has
granted divorce to Mrs. Bttie
Huntlngton from B. . Hunting
Many new features will be in
cluded in the entertainment and
dinner of the Taconia Ad club to
Earth slides have made the
government road between Narada
Falls and Paradise Valley almost
Impassable this week.
The steamer Sisak will enter
port thie morning to load lumber,
flour and general freight for the
West Coast and Hamburg.
Blue Funnel line ships are now
operating under a new schedule
which will change their date of
arrival here to Saturday :nU their
departure time to Monday.
NEW ULM, Minn., Aug. 21. —
The fiftieth anniversary of the
battle of Fort Rldgeley was cele
brated here with a band of real
Indians on one side and settlers
on the other. New Elm has <'.<■
voted the entire week to jollifica
tion in honor of the event.
TOKIO, Aug. 21.—The Japan
ese army in Korea is to be in
creased by two divisions, accord
ing to announcement made here
today by the Japanese military
authorities. About $Bo\<>oo-,000
ts 'to be appointed for this pur
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C,
Aug. 21. —Charles Dean, accused
of the robbery of the Bank or
Montreal here on Septenvber 11
last when nearly $300,000 was
stolen, was arra%ned before a
magistrate this morning and re
manded for trial on August 288.
REDDING, Cal., Aug. 21. —
Spierra Kestakis, a Greek who
shot and killed George Kenomas
in Delta, a little railroad town zs
miles north of here, is today # at
large in the hills and,the slierirr
and coroner are on their way to
the scene of the crime.
TORONTO, Ont, Aug. 21. —
The Onotario government opened
today to prospectors 4,000 acres
of land in the Gilles limit, lying
south of the portion already dis
posed of and east of the Montreal
river. The land is of doubtful
WASHINGTON, D. C, Aug. 21.
Denunciation of the system by
which the poor of the slums of
Washington are made to bear the
heavy burden of taxation, while
millionaires escape, was made to
the house today In a report re
turned by a special investigation
SEATTLE, Aug. 21. —A large
number of lumbermen In tne
Northwest will be examined next
Monday ty Clark Mackercher, ao
sistant United States district at
torney at Chicago, with reference
to their knowledge of a combina
tion in restraint of trade alleged
to exist among the middle west
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 21.—
Mrß. Cora M. Perkins and Freder
ick Pattison, under indictment toy
the grand Jury here for the then
of a $4,500 automobile belonging
to Nicholas J. MeNamara, a re
tired San Mateo banker, were
given a preliminary hearing in
the .superior court today.
Father Kneipp's Genuine
Whole Wheat Health Bread aids
digestion. No stomach trouble
eating this. Duenwald's Delika
tessen. * * *
LONDON, Aug. 21.—Thomas
Prltchard, manager of the Ring,
the most popular pugilistic arena
it England, was arrested today,
charged with stealing a traveling
bag from the Princess Frederick
Charles of Hesse, sister of the
Garbage cans at Swing's Hard
ware, nil C st. *••
' i Paid Advertisement. ' _.< '"<££
: :■ :-: E. J. HAOKETT - i g»|f
■ :, Clerk of Police Court. '- L~ -.--''■' :-^:.*
Candidate for JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, Tacoma Precinct.
,:= Subject to Republican Primaries, September 10, 1912. r
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J. H. CHANDLER ; :
v ; , Chief Deputy County Auditor. -;;,^v '
Candidate for County Auditor
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- -.. JUDGE SUPERIOR COUKT - • '47
' Candidate for Re-election.. ; ';:,
i? Primaries Sept. 10, 1912. C'; »5, •'"
GEORGE P. FISHBURNE .
Candidate Seeking the Nomination for
-'■■J'- - On the Democratic Ticket
C Primary September, 1912. Election November, 1912.
500 Nat'l Bank of Commerce Bldg.'.-.Tacoma, Wash. • '-''
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JOHN P. FAY ... ■ -■ • L'--i'-\ J ,' ■' "
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, Candidate for .
CONGRESSMAN AT LARGE ,
1. ' Favors Progressive Doctrines , : . '
Subject to Republican primaries to be held Sept. 10, 1912. ■- I
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JUDGE M. L. CLIFFORD
Candidate for Re-Election for
Judge of Superior Court -
Primaries September 10th, 1912. '
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F. J. Stotler
Deputy County Treasurer.
Candidate for "
.. COUNTY TREASURER
Subject to Republican primaries, Sept., 1912.
Resident of Tacoma 38 Years. U:.l-i. c " -^
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-:•' JOHN M. ARNTSON '
.::;;.- > Candidate for ■_'■■■ ;- ■
Judge of the Superior Court
;'£j ' Pierce County. : ;;' ;^j-
Subject to Non-Partisan Judiciary Primary,
B Sept. 10, 1912. g- ';;' '*•■■ :- ■■
PAID ADVERTISEMENT: . ;
John E. Gallagher
■ )•■;■-•■'■?' CANDIDATE FOR * . ' ,
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,: ■' Subject to the Republican Primaries, Sept. 10, 1012. '
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Tacoma Theater Bldg.
, Personal' Attention oar micccta.
J BECAUSE we give f the ! people
j i-j the 5 beat % material ± and i the
. beat workmanship for much
leM money. .<•• ''.•':'■•■'.*■.":■■,■-■
KEOACSE we line • universal
V.. > written r? fnanuitoe 'ilnsuring
Ve'iour dental work. r ;:":;:,-'i-K*S&5^
*f UEOACBE we ; lire, up 'to ever
y% promMe ? and fdo| an we ad
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Pl^.l^B made onljr by n». Be
i tor*] r*ttlO( t•' Plata, ■ come >ta
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and let ua tell you about them.
It will ooat you nothing. j-Cj
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i Gold * Crown* f.'Tf;. rrtr; 98.00)
I Bridge Work ?;-.-7rrrr rr.*&,ft#|
Plataa aa low aa *S,«P
I Gold Filling! ?r;T: vr. fI.OO Up,
I Platinum c Fining* f*."; W. «1.00 :
3 OFPICR HOURS: fii' I; S0) a.i in.,
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