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Saturday, August 31, 1912.
Today is "Made in Washington Day," an annual affair, and a time when everyone is expected to support and endorsement of every citLien in Tacoma. It is being observed throughout the state, and buy only home-made goods for consumption and are urged to send samples to Eastern friends and rela- big preparations have been made in many of the cities. Window displays of home products by Tacoma tives as an inducement to them to come to this state. The home industry feature should be given the merchants are much in evidence today and very tempting. Times Political News of Tacoma and Pierce Co. The eloquent Tommy Vance i came up from Olympia last night to open the local democratic cam- i paign at the Temple of Music, and he kept the crowd shouting with his denunciation of Teddy Roose velt. Tommy hardly thought Taft worth mentioning as being a factor in the contest. "The coining battle is between Wilson and Roosevelt," said Vance. "The fight of a scholar ly gentleman who is able, cour teous and practical, a constitu tional reformer, against a sauce- ' bottle politician, a cock-crower and a bombast, who comes before the people and says, 'I am the 10 commandments, the slayer of ' lions, the conqueror of Cuba and my election alone can save the republic' " Vance Bald the election of Roosevelt might bo puff up the already swollen ego of the stren uous ex-president that he would command the army and navy and attempt to emulate Napoleon and conquer the world to the undoing of the republic. Miss Mary O'Meara of Seattle gave a talk on the protective tar iff, denying that the present tar iff protects the worker. Col. J. J. Anderson conducted a school for the education of the women voters present In how to mark the ballot for the primary (Paid Advertisement) JAMES J. CAMERON State Representative, 38th District Candidate for Re-Election (I".iill Advertisement.) DR. J. S. SMEALL Republican Candidate for County Coroner Subject to Republican Primaries September, 1912. (Paid Advertisement.) H. PETERSEN DANA, M. D. Candidate for Coroner Subject to Democratic Primaries, Sept. 10, 1912. Tacoma. (PAID ADVERTISEMENT.) G" MJhompson CANDIDATE FOR Justice of the Peace Subject to Republican Primaries, September 10, 1912. PAID ADVERTISEMENT H. W. LUEDERS Candidate for renomination for JUDGE of Superior Court of Pierce County Primaries Sept. 10, 1912. (Paid Advertisement) NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF LETTER CARRIERS Office of Secretary. Washington, D. C, August 23, 1912. HON. STANTON WARBURTON, M. C, House of Representatives, Washington, D. C. MY DEAR CONGRESSMAN: On behalf of the letter carriers of the United States represented to the National Association of Letter Carriers, I take this opportunity of expressing to you their thanks and appreciation for your efforts In passing legislation to Improve their working conditions. The Postofflce Appropriation Bill, which has been reported to Congress from the Conference Committee today contains the toh lowlng legislation: The Reilly Eight Hour Bill, which limits the hours of labor of letter carriers in the city delivery service and clerks In the first and second class postofficeg to eight hours each day, the service to be performed within ten consecutive hours- the Mann bill which clbses postofficea of the first and second classes on Sundays and will insure a day of rest each week for the clerks and carriers; the Lloyd Anti-gag bill, which grants a hearing to employe, and require* that they be furnished with a copy of charges and given a reasonable time to answer same, and also restores to these employees the right to petition Congress for a redress of grievances; and a paragraph which provides for the promotion of 76 per cent of the clerks and carriers to the highest grades In their respective offices. n , Tl e »c. Uve Inte, r««t y<>« took assisting to get this legislation Is thoroughly appreciated by our men and I wish to add my persona* thanks for giving these matterg so much of your time and attention. Wishing yoii.every success, with kind regard* I remain Sincerely yours, ED. J. CANTWELU election. About two hundred persons at tended the meeting. The auditor of Thurston county has decided to reprint the ballots there and eliminate Congress man Warburton's name with Otto Case, J. A. Falconer and any other progressives who have withdrawn since the ballots were printed. Governor Hay, piloted around by Ralph Metcalf and J. W. Slay den, yesterday closed his auto campaign in this county with meeting at Blßmarck, Midland and Dupont. The Bismarck mill shut down by orders of the pro prietors to give the governor a chance at the men who could not get away. At Dupont the powder trust representatives entertained the governor, and he was met with a brass band. He told them there was .no necessity for a third party that this state was already pro gressive and had most of the bull moose platform enacted into law. PARIS, Aug. 31.—The suit arising out of the will of Albert Sapene, who bequeathed his en tire fortune of 3,000,000 francs to King Alfonso of Spain, will come up for hearing at St. Gau dens in October. The king has r been subpoenaed. You'll Find It Here Capt. J. Rupert Foster, Califor nia road commissioner, came ahead of the California "Flying Legion," now in this state to boost good roads a little here yes terday. He wants Washington to appropriate $;d,000,000 this year for road building. Wheat prices have Jumped up as much as 2 cents on each va riety, due to heavy rains in Eu rope and the Orient and a drop in charter rates. This change is welcomed both by the producers aud the shippers. The United States quartermas ter's dock is receiving daily ship ments of new submarine cable from the East. Involving an amount of $9,000 in the will made by Bernhard Anderson, who failed to have wit nesses at the writing, his widow Yesterdayvfiled petitions to make her the sole legatee. • Postmaster Stocking has • • Issued the statement that • • the postoffice will be closed • • on Monday, Labor day, with • • the exception from the hours 9 •of 9 to 10 o'clock a. m., • • when the general delivery 9 • windows will be open. The • 9 mail carriers will make but 9 9 one delivery for the day. 9 PORTLAND, Ore., Aug. 31.— G. A. Pietzold of PorUand today is under arrest here on a charge of writing letters to Governor West and Mrs. Gantenbein In which, it Is alleged, he threatened the life of Circuit Judge Gauten bein. RENO, Nev., Aug. 31.—Philip C. Dodge, president of Mergen thaler Linotype company, Is today free from his wife, Margaret Dodge, his divorce on the ground of desertion being granted here by Judge John 3. Orr. After a number of years a mo torman on the Spanaway electric suburban line, Wilber D. Mac- Callum, has been appointed to a position on the police force and began work Wednesday night. Liver Sausage, Meat Oheew, Frankfurters, etc. Shipment in from Milwaukee. Duenwald's Deli katHMß, 313 11 th St. •♦• Luther Burbank, the wizard of plant life, who was in Tacoma yesterday as guest of Mr. and Mrs. James M. Ashton, expressed his great pleasure in scoLmk the city so full o£ beautiful flowers and gardens. Garbage cans at Ewing's Hard ware, 1111 C st. •*• PARIS, Aug. 81.—New vacci nation against cholera has been discovered at the Pasteur Insti tute in Tunis by Drs. Charles Ni colle and Carl Counsel. The doc tors experimented upon them selves, Injecting cholera germs hypodermically, and later swal lowing them with, practically no ill effect. Open all day Labor day. Duen wald's Delikatessen. ••* "I understand your husband Is a candidate for office," said a suf fragette out West to her sister in the cause. "Are you going to sup port him?" "Oh, I suppose so," answered the sister, somewhat wearily. "I've been supporting him for the past ten years."—Chicago Record-Herald. THE fXC<SHA TIMES. « THEATERS * Scene from "The Star Bout," coming ot Pant ages next week. Miss Alice Brady, with "Pina fore," T:u oma theater. TACOMA A event of the theater sure to recall pleasant meniorips and be stir interesting reminiscences will be the engagement of the Gilbert and Sullivan Festival company from the Casino theater, New York, in elaborate revivals of Gil bert and Sullivan's greatest comic operas, "The Mikado" and "Pln af«re," which are to have presen tation at the Tacoma on Septef ber 17 and 18. In addition to the Interest that arises naturally with the revival of such popular operas, there is another special significance in this engagement in the exceptional cast of players who will be found In the principal roles. This list Includes DeWolf Hopper, Blanche Ouffleld, Eugene Cowles, George MacFarlane, Kate Condon, Arthur Aldridge, Viola Gillette, Arthur Cunningham, Alice Brady and Louise Barthel. To this list of principals must be added the New York Casino chorus of fifty-six voices. PANTAOLS uranviiie Taylor's famous sketch, "The Star Bout," which has played with tremendous suc cess In Eastern vaudeville but is now making its first tour of the West, will be the headline offer ing at the Pantages theater be ginning with the matinee Mon day. There are 35 people In this playlet. The comedy Is filled wi:h exciting situations and it works up to a big climax ending with a four-round fight. The supporting acts are said to be of stellar quality. Loraine and Dudley will be seen In their clever one act farce entitled "The Finish," which Is said to / do not take Substitutes or Imitations GettheWell-Knonn U/\D| l/*|ftf'C Round Package ITI 1% LI WiV;'<3> •' -'■■ MAiTFn mii m :' •■*-;0--..^^?; n• *"■■ *:'™"- -■"■■■ ■* -W^ 5 v nMrilf|Jr« Wad« In the largest; best JIKWWaiH equipped and sanitary Malted ffifySQl J™: l ; Mllkplantlnthewprld: I^S |i B MALTED MILK Made In the largest, best •quipped and sanitary Malted Milk plant In the world We do not make"milk products" — : -'; ;V /^.lMyfc^r Skim Milk, Condensed ;Milkrrti4l&^^^ Bat the Original-Genuine : ' S Wi2^J^*7 t" HORLICK'S - MALTED MILK Made from pure, full-cream milk ■ v'.^;f^#| fC^wElKSi' the extract of select malted grain, _<m yut *d^ reduced to powder form, soluble in wfets fi&%T imf * water. The Food-drink for All Ajee. *C2^=£~K*P MTASK FOR "HORLICK'S" -^ Used all over the Glebe The most economical and nourishing light lunch. J. Albert Hall, as the king, l.i "Kid Hamlet," at the Empress next wrck. TACOMA-Dark. Coming "Pinafore." EMPRESS--Vaudeville; daily, afternoon mati nee and two shows nightly. New bill Mon day. PANTAGES—Vaudeville; daily, afternoon mat inee and two shows nightly. New bill Mon- | day. | p<>B•■'■:■> the merit of originality and li extremely well acted. Other! on the bill are the mus ical Lillian Sisters. Provpl, whis tler, ventriloquist and 4mitator, and the Great Apollo Trio. KAHiItOADKR QUITS. (H.v I'nited Press I^emied Wire.) NEW YORK, Aug. 31.—Thom as P. Fowler, president of tne New York, Ontario & Eastern railroad, will retire tomorow and be succeeded by Charles S. Mel len, president of the New Haven railroad. COULDN'T GET A JURY TRIAL .. Indignant because they can not get a trial by 1 Jury, George Whalen and J. C. BJorklund, charged with fighting, are today awaiting a hearing before Judge Arntson next Tuesday. *" Both de clared they wanted a ; jury ,' trial i yesterday but Judge Arntson in formed them the charge was not serious enough to grant their re nncot STATE NEWS Mercury went dow nto 68 a Spokane yesteiday. Aberdeen will wage war on dogs runlng at large. North Yukima Commercial club will give a reception to Senator Jones when be returns. Louis I«arson him started out into the Oxbow country to hunt down John Tornow. Kittltas county has shipped 4300 lambs to Chicago to help relieve the meat shortage. MlSßes Y. T. Law and F. Y. Liv, two Chinese maidens, arrived In Seattle, sent by the government T. J. BELL Republican Candidate for State Senator 27th District Primaries Sept. 10, 1912. Tacoma. Tacoma's Finest Theater. TONI"IIT ANI> TOMORROW ARID thk MPMM Your lAMt ch4lnt^ to "FUJIYAMA" li —And Five Other Hlr S. & C. Feature Act*—B PRINCESS THEATER PHONE MAIN 7700. Beginning Sunday Bargain Matinee, Sept. 1. THE PRINCESS STOCK COMPANY IN The Great Detective Drama "RAFFLES" Holiday Matinee Monday. Prices 20c, 30c, 50c Bargain Matinees Sunday, Wednesday and Saturday. Prices, 10c and 25c. Curtain: .Night, 8:15. Matinee, 2:30 ONE HUNDREDS PAIRS liigi ipiiiii;; ; Lace Curtains At Half and Less Than Half Price. * Our Regu lar Saturday. Special. Read These Prices. 25 pairs Nottingham with lace edge, Satur- -'-i-^. ■''",' '%-^^^S^ day for'r:;*i;^';-V"."fsl.6s| $3.75 .Gluny - Lace ; Curtains, 2y 2 yds. long and 45 ! inches w; ide,:; Saturday for ',V: ;: 1 -.vv^ $2.85 Every Lace Curtain in the Store to go Saturday at Bargain Prices—2 pairs for the price of one pair. ~^^^ ....I, -__ X .-.n.-.n.-.-.^, l^^tS&RWJs?«^~""'- ■•--•■ ;, c; r-w-aii?^^*:?;::,.■'•^-^fsissasfflraißjfiai A few cents a day will furnish your home com plete. All tha.t we require is a small payment down and the balance as suits you best. w~M*y>A^^>.i'.^r>nru*iru-i_iuri.nM-u-uvvvxruV"'.rij^.n.ri.r»j-ij^jui-)-ii-iiriri n 1501 1503-1505 Pacific Aye. I PAGE THREE. to be educated in American uni versities, the first recognition ever given women by China. St. Mary's convent school on Cowlltc prairie near Toledo, is ready to open. Repaira to Win lock school caused the postponement of th* opening of the building until Sep tember 9. Have you a room in your bom* you can rent? Then phone a Want Ad to The Time*. Main 18. Want Ads coit but a cent a word. • •• IT'S A (JItKAT HIM. "THE LION'S BRIDE" FIVK OTHKIt (illl \T ACTS