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Friday, Oct. 18, 1912.
FIGHT CITY PLANT The Washington-Oregon cor poration and its bondholders, the Fidelity Trust company of Phila delphia, have rushed to federal court here to prevent the people of Chehalis establishing a muni cipal water system by issuing (185,000 In bonds, for which the people voted. The case will be heard by Judge Cushman October 19. HEAVY SENTENCES. Superior Judge Chapman yes terday sentenced Chas. Skoyetn and Paul Granstrom to Indeter minate terms of from three to IB years in the state reformatory for robbery. CLOTHES from Maker to Wearer DOYOU INTEND To Pay $25 for that suit or over coat, or are you going to get an equal value for $15 Men's Suits and Overcoats in real $25.00 Values any time you come to the shop $15 Take Elevator and Save $10.00 HERBST CLOTHES SHOP 214-220 Nat'l Realty Bldg, • _ . ■ i. ... ■ • . \\ - ■ V ' B, You could buy your coal from the mines and save ■ I w the coal dealer's profit— would you 'A^ Tk I You could buy your meat from the slaughter W ■ ■ house and save the butcher's profit—would you ' - ¥ I I You could buy flour from the mills and save the , / " ■ I grocer's —would you ' r/ V -1 ■ You could buy your shoes from the factory and B ■ ■ save " the shocman' s profit —would you - • I: -"\ Of Course You Would • Then wiry pay a double profit on your clothing. Buy direct from the men who unake 'and fashion. the cl&thes and save the middlemen's profit. We sell from * £Sp\. our mills direct to ; you. Classiest styles—nobbiest fabrics and J GeFv^ shades—guaranteed.fit—at price you can always afford. . ijifPure All Wool SuitsTf || lEgsT . - JSin and Overcoats■" 2S f '' Made 'to Your Individual Measure for •' eSSS ASS&S. KNE iw»o AUa^^ con^ne all our efforts to making these i ' t&r \§K|swell $15. suits and 1. overcoats. We make tlninn IViaHp ! W mthem better-use better materials - give mOn Uae M " •»bettef Style and fit than clothes y°u Pa y $25 and $30for in other stores. Kk B^Here^ Where You Get $2.00 Worth for Every Dollar You Spend y"; Seeotiir strikin^|iine of snappy u^to^dato*?patterns"and ' i#^': iQ_i_2jrll>^ W«-; ! See our striking line of snappy up-to-date Ipatterrrs and * /% : •;. shades —in worsteds, cheviots, serges, scotches and N >«C-55^* lls^T^ \ tweeds. Take your choice. Pick the. style you prefer. v M^ ' .- v \ That's all there is to it. Our expert tailors will take your VFL«L/Li^« M^J X7^4:;,V■•, meaaure. Your clothes will t#mada in our »un-Ht union »hop» br 4# . \ exp«rt cutters and highly skilled happy tidlots. W. will give you a j iigl^^T perfect et— the finest you ever had on your back— or hand back "' — " ■^4jlllTW*TWTllTU?^ your money. That's the Scotch Woolen Mills' way of doing buriness."*si&2p !j ■ 'J"* "'• * It's the way that guarantees utmost clothe* value ; lor your mon#'*'''^f|Pl'""'^' '-^T-" :*=• 1"--:-; - -■' This ia the name and address of the ■^■■^ AAf T\ *f* original-genuine-$15.00 tailors SPP^ \j\JO 1 ftClllC fe; ""■■'"' "' Remember it Fight .hy of imitator. - Copyright 1912-Leon Slgman C ■ 'vItAIL ORDERS—-Out-of-town customers write for Free Samples and Self -1"~ Heasurement Blanks. - , ,_ v •■ ' * *- - . ~ 1L Times Political News of Tacoma and Pierce Co. Socialists will hold a meeting at Gig Harbor Sunday. , One bunch of republican can didates held a meeting at Vaughn last night and a ' second bom barded the voters of South Prai rie with eloquence. Pledging himself to restore the kind of administration given 'by Governor Rogers, of which he was chief lieutenant, Ernest Lis ter last night addressed the dem ocratic banquet at Masonic hall. Harry Collier, candidate for lieu-, tenant governor, Miss Mary O'Mara and Charles Reynolds, Seattle, Henry White, Belllng hiiiu and E, O. Connor, Spokane, all spoke. State Republican Chairman Rupp figures ' the republicans have 32,000. O. L.' Fowler says the prohlbs ought to get 76,000 of the wojnen in the state. He gives bull moosers second place. A wotnans republican club has been organised at Carbonado, SICK HEADACHE? IT'S YOUR BILIOUS LIVER! CASCARETS You're bilious! You have a throbbing sensation In your head, a bad tuste in your mouth, your eyes hurt, your skin Is yellow with dark rings under your eyes, your lips are parched. No wonder you feel ugly, mean and ill-tempered. Your system is full of bile and conntlpated waste not properly passed off, and what you need is a cleaning up inside 1. Don't con tinue being a bilious, constipated nuisance to yourself and those I^^%^ CANDY CATHARTIC^ mt^^ IO CENT Boxes-ANY DRUG STORE _ ,^ttgT GEORGE P. FISHBURNE Democratic i jin.ii.ind- for Prosecuting Attorney Submits 4h« following as his platfot-m: ThUi above nil othrra: I will enforce the law. If you do not like the law, repeal It. • First —My entire time and attention will be devoted to the duties of the office to the exclusion of all outside business—a requirement exacted of attorneys working for any large business organization. Second—l will employ only three assistants instead of five. A Prosecuting Attorney, with three assistants who are always on the Job, can transact the business of the office. Third—My deputies will be chosen because of their ability, hon esty and efficiency, and not on account of their politics. I am a graduate In law of the University of Virglnln. I *aye practiced law In all the courts of Washington for seven years: two years associated with Judge O. O. Kills and Hon. John f). Fletcher. I am now associated with A. H. D»nman. As to my ability, I refer you to the judges and other lawyers of Pierce County. You chftose your lawyer, not on account of his politics, but on ac count of his honesty, ability and efficiency. Give your county the same chance. with Maud Palmer McCaul as president. IT. S. Senator Wesley Jones and J. H. Gordon will orate (or the republican party at Sumner tonight. The Swedish-American pro gressive league will hold a short business meeting at Valhalla hall tonight at 7:30, then march In a body to the big Hodge-Poin dexter-Paulhamus meeting at the armory. RE-ARRESTED Emerson C. lidding was re committed to jail yesterday aft ernoon by U. S. Commissioner McMillian a/d his bond with drawn on the charge that it was defective, the wives of the men signing it not having signed. Belding protested, but he went back behind the bars until a new bond can be prepared, guarantee ing his presence for trial 'for tampering with government wit nesses in the Levy case. who love you, and don't resort to harsh physics that irritate and injure. Remember, that your sour disordered stomach, lazy liver, and clogged bowels can be quickly cleaned and regulated by morning with gentle, thorough Cascarets; a 10-cent box will keep your head clear and make you feel cheerful and bully for months. Get Cas carets now —wake uj) refreshed— feel like doing a good day's work —make yourself pleasant and use ful. ' Clean up! Cheer up! fHE TAOOMA TIMES. HELD SCHRANK BY THE THROAT CECIL LYON, the Texas poli tician, who was In the colonel's auto, and who held up the assail ant by the throat for Roosevelt to see, Immediately after the shooting. 2 BARGES SINK; 4 PERSONS LOST WATERTOWN, N. V., Oct. 18. —Caught in the vortex of a storm on Lake Ontario near Gal loup island, 20 miles from 9ac ketta Harbor, two barges brake their tow lines and went to the bottom, carrying four persons with them, according to word brought here today. Captain Derusha, of one of the barges, and his son, John, were picked up early today after cling-' ing all night to floating hatch ways. BOTH NOT GUILTY The most dramatic scene en* acted in federal court room io\ some time took place last even* ing at 5:30 o'clock, when ths federal jury returned a verdici of nqt guilty against Sarah and, Sam Levy and Henry Suwol on the charge of secreting assets IB a bankruptcy case. When the words "not gullty'* were pronounced, Sarah Lev? jump«d up wjth a shriek, em braced her reratives, hugged her" attorney, George S. Vanderveer, and then left the court room weeping and laughing in hyster ics. ALL ENTERTAINED Three hundred of the most brilliant women In the nation composing the national officers, state presidents and organizers of the W. C. T. U., were enter* tained at the Commercial club last night on their stop-over en route to the national convention at Portland. The speeches of the women for originality, wit and clear-cut statement of what they want and are going to have, never have been equaled in Taeoma. CASE DRAGGING INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Oct. 18. —Very few spectators appeared In the United States court room here today at the trial of the 47 lalbor leaders accused of violat ing the federal statues in trans porting dynamite acroee the country. The monotonous identification of exhibits continued throughout the morning session. NAT IS PEEVED LOS ANGELES, Cal., Oct. 18. - Angry and indignant at what he calls an outrageous proceed ing, Nat Goodwin has retained Attorney Frank G. Tyrrell today and declares he will . fight the $25,000 suit of Charles Doughty of San Diego, for alleged aliena ■ tion of his wife's affections. Mrß. Doughty Is known on the stage us Margaret Moreland. EDWARDS' CANCER REMEDIES CURE CANCER, GOITER, ADENOIDS, UNNATURAL GROWTHS SKIN DISEASES; NO KNIFE USED. LICENSED, REGISTERED PHYSICIAN MANAGES OUR BUSINESS. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. EXAMINATION FREE THAT'S ALL. EDWARDS' CANCER CURES. TOURIST HOTEL, 1019 PACIFIC AYE. Shirts That Should Retail at $1 jj^^Hßlily^^ v >riOlC6 in I lllS Jf I'iH £m\ \I \ lll^S • "* have had a steady sti<ain of men folks coming M llJ§!li^iOPi \ I liSirPJ^ ra' ailtl S 0"1^ s'Ilr(l I started this sale —and every % fe^^^^^^^l \\ tH\ lji\ IH* ln:l11 w.* lo raMl<l went away with a package, not m WWWM^^^k \ \ \w\\ Wwl - •II "Jus* one snirt- '"•' in "|;|v cases half dozens M (Sw^ffiafi^ 11 | !«i* Ig^'-^twJCJsSdS were bou? llt- -1 think that is sufficient evidence m I 1 ÜBlljP^^^Sß^^ —You better take advantage of the sale Satur <ijL Wj^^^^^^%^ J^*Mg!^^«^^^^P^J^^y day, for sizes and patterns will soon be broken. —'Jllst now we lmve GYer.vthing that is* good in l)oth patterns and colors, stripes-of every sort ***~*i|MttiKy . ■ ■* i,-4^^ '-f an^ many pretty figured effects, and every size ' W^K^^Bnu^^^ —Shirts are made up in the coat style with at- X^K^Piißß H • tached cuffs—every one a good 4%Q#* Our SpeClSll —the best clothes Inoney can buy at the price—best fabrics, best style, best -. r-VfTII II tailoring. You can see for yourself if you're only half a judge, by a eompari -111 I L Liv son v '''' other makes. |I| 111 If We are so certain that this is the best fifteen dollar suit made that we stand ■ '■ I I*til back of it with our guarantee. You can buy the new winter d*l C fIA A Suit for Every Man browns, the fancy mixtures and stripesand the plain blue serges at. «P*«*«Uv The Majority of Tacoma's Economical House keepers Should Be Here Saturday. MOKXIXG SPKCIAL Saturday at 9 a. m., ending at 11 a. m.; no phone or ders; delivered only with other groceries. ■ IIAKK FF.LS NAITHA A I). (>ue lot to a customers ...a lUu 10 POUNDS MWKKT POTATOES 4Q. One lot to a customer Iww 4 PAOKAGM HAlsixs OC« No, 16 cartons; one lot to a customer L<JU 1 POUND CANS CHOCOLATO ORf* Ghirardelli's ground; 2 cans to a customer tut All Day Sales—Last Day of the Introductory Sale of Primrose Butter 2 Lb. Hricks for «sc—Fresh ly cut and wrapped eastern creamery .butter. This grade of butter Is Bold all over town at 35c per pound. 2 pound - CCn bricks UUU Pastry Flour, a Sack 25c — . Dally * Bread or Magnet brands in No. 9 OCn cotton sacks L.\t\i Standard Tomatoes, . Can X l-3c—Full standard qual ity, No. 2 1-2 cans, $1.00 per dozen, quantity limited o'a per can U3u Young Chickens, Per Pound OS t-Sr — Fancy milk fed stock, medium sized, weigh ing about 3 lbs. each, 00 per pound LLl\t lloasi Chickens, Each 75c— Our own. cooking, properly roasted and stuffed with home made 7Ci dressing, each I »IU Select Kggs, Dozen 32 l-3c— Carefully candled eastern eggs that give satisfaction. Per Q9*r» dozen wfc2u Dolled Hams, Per Pound 30c ' — Swift's or Armour's best brands sliced to or- QQ n der, per pound UUU Mimed Clams, Can 10c— Copolis. Washington, pack, free from grit, packed in No. 1 cans; a 15c value, 4 rt_ per can • "*» New Sujjnr Peas, Can 10c — Fresh from the Wisconsin gardens, tender June pack peas, a 12 l-2c i 1). value lUt Fancy Pork Sausages, Box 2»<-—Columbia brand, little pure pig pork sausages, the finest that can be OQp made, per box t«v Breakfast Bncon, u>. 22 l-2c —Genuine sugar cured, prop orly smoked and streaked with fat and lean, whole or half strips at this OO I ** price, per pound . . CcL-u OottMC Hams, I'lr Pound 18 1-2<—fine, tender, sugar cured, boneless pieces weigh ing from 2 1-2 to 4 IQ' p ]lis., per pound . : I Oiib AVelnerwurst Sausage, Per Pound 15c—Home made, properly seasoned German 3tyle Frankfurters or wein erwursts, . 1 Rf» per pound ■ *»*» Fresh Pork Sausage, Per Lb. 15c—Home mad«j, delicately seasoned, regular or small link pork sausage, IE a per pound 100 Ham Suhiil, I -in* 15c—Our own cooking from the best boiled hams, < C« per pint Iwv Orders for aftetmoon dellvet EVF.NIXG SPKCIALS Starting at 7 o'clock, ending at 10 o'clock; no phone orders. Delivered only with other groceries. IjArge gold dust ic. The original cleanser; not over 3 to a buyer.,.. lUo 8 BARS LENOX SOAP 4 Q_ Oval cakes; one lot to a buyer IdC 4 CANS SUGAR CORN n C Maine style; one lot to a buyer 13C 28 OUNCTC CAN BAKING POWDER 4E,, The K. C. brand; not over 3 to a buyer Ivl U THE PEOPLES STORE EdwardP^J? orsan Veal Loaf, Per Pound 30c— Properly cooked in our kitchen, Qfl«« IK>r pound will* Uipi" ">l Salmon, Per Pound 15c—Selected pieces, care fully cured and smoked, Per IR<i pound I vb ICafeiMt nutter, 2 Lb. Brick 75c — Freshly churned from "Pure Cream to Perfect Butter" by the Hazelwood Creamery; this grade of but ter is always Bold at 40c a pound; 7C r 2 lb. brick I 3G Fancy Itjuon, lVr Pound 39c — Supreme brand, the fanci est eastern bacon cured, light, closely trimmed strips, about 4 to 5 lbs, that sell regularly at 35c, - 9Q per pound Lull Magnet Coffee, "It Draws," Per Pound 30c— dny of the sale at this price; Us drawing power brings us lots of repeat orders, Qflft per pound UUU liunrliroii s:<tisn»t<-, Per l.i». —Fine, dry, German style cervelot sausage, that makes a splendid luncheon, QC A per pound ..'.....:. wwli Salt I'ork, I'er round l<> l-2c —Genuine dry salt cured plates, streaked with fat and lean, pieces weighing 4 to 6 pounds each, Ifl'f per pound „." I U2b Illiirk Tea, "Per Pound 25c— Full standard new crop Eng lish Breakfast that will make over 300 cups to the OC« pound, per pound .... C\io Shredded Cocoanut,. Per Mi. 17e—Schepps freshly shred ded cbcoanut, that makes delicious cakes, pies or des sert dishes, 1 7l* per pound Ill* BAKKKY AND CAXDY SPKCIAIiS aiTiaycr Cakes for 25c — With a large selection of choicest fillings, 9K#» 3 layers . ." UUI» Sugar Oooklcs, Dozen lOe— Our own baking, • delicious sugar or molasses cookies, while they last,, • Ifl r» per doren .:*. IUU Milk Itroad, li<>af 8 l-8c — Made specially for us, large square brown ft'i* crusted loaves Q;tl» Purity TlrciMi, 6 for 25c — Made especially for us, de licious borne made OK*» bread, 6 for ....... £<Jb Candy Bpocials, Per lib.. 19c —Choice of chocolate coated peanut chips, mixed candy, Jelly beans or peanut brittle. Saturday, - Q. per pound ......... I «Jb rics must reach na by noon. ; Here's One of the Big gest Bargains I've Had This Season, 500 Ladies' $4.00 Rain Coats, Your Choice OM| QC Saturday . S*l-w*J The bare announcement of this sale will start the crowds this way tomorrowand it will start them early, for there's but 500 of them, and though there's a good run of sizes for women and misses' this ridic ulously low price will soon clear the racks. These are full length tan rubber cloth slip-ons, with plaid backing, buttons up close to the neck; «fl ftg a $4.00 coat, this sale * m&& The Largest Manufacturer of Fabric Gloves In America Sold Me His Samples, I'm Going to Pass Them On to You at About HALF PRICE There is about everything that's made in fabric gloves.in this lot, and only a few pain of a given kindgloves for women, gloves for misses, gloves and mittens for children, including golf gloves, cash mere gloves chamoisettes, in all colors, and silk lined gloves. Every glove in the lot absolutely perfect, and a full run of grades/and sizes, and every color imaginable. These gloves were sold to me at about half price and I am going to pass them on to you at the same big savings. The whole glove aisle will be turned to this sale and plenty help to serve you. Gloves That Sold at 35c to $1.00 a Pair, Choice in This Sale, a pair— 19c to 50c (SUITS- WITH EXTRA PAIR OF TROUSERS $4.95 Salts for the boys, 10 to 17 years, In a choice selection of fancy wool mixtures and unfinished • worsteds. Choice patterns In blue-grays, navy and winter . browns, plain double-breasted styles i—and you get an extra pair of pants with each | suit. Trousers are full lined and.have O/| OC : belt-strap and watch pockets. The price $*ri«J«J Boys' Flannel Mouses golden brown COn navy blue and .: gray ■.';-..". .7. »4 ..".. Www Boys' Corduroys—Regular '■'■■■■'■-■'-■'. ■' \* ■) ■'"■>* Q 69c values for '/.*..:. :........... fDC Boys' Caps—All'sizes; made up■ In ; .■■•T*\.?>' 1 9it\ ' fancy mixtures; ; 25c; valnes •..... .'.".'."'. V IOC i PAGE THREE.