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Friday, Oct. 18, 1912.
BECKER SAYS HE CAN
r PROVE HIS .INNOCENCE
(By United Press leased Wire.) I
NEW YORK, Oct. 18.—Prom
ise to "explain everything" If his
attorneys would but allow him to
take the stand was made to news-
Jpapermen here today by Police
(Lieut. Charles Becker, on trial
(or instigating the murder of
Gamlbler Rosenthal, shot to death
by gamblers last July. Assistant
District Att. Moss says he will
force the defence to produce
Becker's bank books If the ac
cused man is allowed to testify
in his own behalf.
"I can easily show my Inno
cence of the terrible charge,"
ißecker told, reporters today, "and
ALMOST A MIKACLE.
One of the most startling
changes ever seen In any man, ac
cording to W. B. llolsclaw, Clar
endon, Tex., was effected years
ago in his brother. "lie had Buch
si dreadful cough," he writes,
"that all our family thought he
■was going into consumption, but
he began to use Dr. King's' New
Discovery, and was completely
cured by ten bottles. Now he is
Bound and well and weighs 2IS
pounds. For many years our fam
ily has used this wonderful rem
edy for Coughs and Colds with
excellent results." It's quick,
safe, reliable and guaranteed.
Price 50 cents ana $1.00. Trial
bottle free at Ryner Ma'fstrom
iDrug Co., 938 Pacific avenue.
TOXIGHT AND SATURDAY
William A. Brady (Ltd.) Presents
A remarkable lMujr <>f Our Time
"Bought and Paid For"
By George Broadhurst.
Prices BOc to $)..-,<>. Seat Sale
Thursday. Curtain at 8:15.
WorMta Standard of Vaudeville
The EMPRESS
Fun in Delicatessen Shop
World's S.-ri.-s Action Pictures
•—Other S. & C. Feature Aits—6
Ail-Star Vaudeville.
Hazel Bess Laugenor
C.OLDFX GATE MKItMAID
Font othkk mo acts
PRINCESS THEATER
Main 7760.
THIS \V 1.1 X
"THE SPENDTHRIFT"
PRICES—3O<\ 30c, BOc.
Bargain Matinee Wednesday and
Saturday—loc and 25c.
EXTRA SPECIAL BAR
GAINS FOR
Saturday
Buyers of drugs and sundries. Remember we
give double "S.&H." Green Stamps on all pur
chases.
Save carfare both ways on most any article pur
chased Saturday at our stores.
; * "
$1.00 Thermos Oft- 50c Syrup OO
Bottiea OdC Figs ...T oSc
$1.00 Alarm Clocks, CQ. Zvnmtn * —
guaranteed .'.' D3C f Trakeys .. 17C
T'L° B V« Ottle 79c S.H.A. C. for 17c
Listerfne f3u Headache 11 C
v 2es 5t2 am.°. 1a.... $1<49 m/n^. .... 35c
$2.50 Combination Syringe Hinds' Honey and QC«
and Water Bottle, C 1 j»Q Almond Cream ..... 03C
guaranteed ...... yliDu Wampole's OQ<«
$1.50 Maroon Water Bottle, Formalld .......... tlb
guaranteed QQ- ■ St. Jacob's ... 4Q
for 2 years ........ 3OC OU - •• '«*C
$1.00 O. P. C. en,; Colgate's Tooth Oft p
Suspensory 03C Paste • • • *-U
r,. t, _. - , Extra S|H-cial, AH 25c IC.
Plvers Perfumes, Azurea, Tooth S hcs IDC
Le Trefle or Saffranor; reg. Antlphlo- . OC
$1.00 oz. Special CQ#». glstlno UuC
lor Saturday ...... 05b Eagle Brand IC
25c Bottle Bay m 1 Qf» Milk .-.'..... IDC
•fsTliU' ', I." "ofl« • DermaCld^ Ix>tlon mor th.c
25c Tube Colgate 8 20C • SE£:?-.^"SOC $1
Shaving Cream 20C - *; .*! 50C $1
50c Cream de. *- 0C«» - -
Camella .......... 03C "• Roman Meal, the new QC.
50c Canthrox for QO*» ' i heaUh food ': ■• • £3C
the hair ...i.. .... OuC , Little; Giant Cold and Grip
Plso's Cough , 17«» * Remedy,' : ■ C(\-
Cur« 7 ...... Ill* guaranteed ........ UUC
-X-n :T>-;v; i' i .-.; •-.-■■ ■ ' ■ ,■ - -■■ •■ , ' - .... .
» ——1-^—^—l ■'■-' -■■--■-:-. >■• : :'f ■-■-„■ . ■ ■ ■ ■ ■
' You will find everything on sale except contract
I goods. We cannot mention every item. It will
Ipay you to anticipate your needs and stock up on
•his sale. Free delivery. ', . „ /
Bros.
too*oV * ' Two Prescription Drug Stores. .■'■*. L
too loV Two Prescription Drug Stores.
for P[C St. Cor. 13th and C Sts.
p-Jluracy in prescription work is our watchword.
Jus fill your next prescription.
can prove that 'Bald Jack' Rose
was really ray 'stool .pigeon.' -I
was forced to use him to get in
formation of gambling conditions
in order to do my full duty, as
head of the vice squad. I used
Rose widely and he was always
afraid that the gamblers would
get wise to just what he was
doing. Consequently I had to
take extraordinary precautions
to protect his usefulness to me."
Jerome admitted that he was
goring blow this afternoon when
the testimony of , former' District
Attorney William Travers Jerome
was ruled out by Justice Goff.
The defense had relied on
Jerome to disprove Rose's story
of a telephonic conversation with
Becker immediately after Rosen
thai was slain. •
SEN.HEYBURN
breathes LAST
WASHINGTON, D .C,. Oct. 18.
—After an lllnesa which kept
him confined to his apartments
a greater part of the time since
last March, U. S. Senator Weldon
B. Heyburn of Idaho, is dead
here today from a complication
of heart and kidney disorders.
No funeral arrangements have
yet been made, but the body will
be taken to the old home of tho
senator at Birmingham, Pa., for
burial.
1 LOCAL DEATH ItECOKD I
Thursday, Jersey Hopkins, 35
years, lfemalns removed to C. C.
Melllnßer company's. '
Kuurrnl o< Clara Mny .Arlicnnn.
Funeral of Clara May Aclieaon,
ntfa three months, -was held from
the home of the parents, Mr. and
Mrs. James A. Acheson, 2513 North
28th St., this morning at 10 o'clock.
Interment In Tacoma cemetery.
I'\ A. JoncH.
Thursday, Mis. Joneg arrived In
Tacoma today wjth the remains
and the funeral announcement will
1>« made later. Mrs. Jones was
formerly Miss Jeigte Brink, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mis. b\ A. Urink of
201 St. Helens ay.
FOUND HIM IN JAIL
Armed with a warrant sworn to
by Mrs. Emma Rorvich of Taco
nia, a posse of constables fro.m
Justice DeWitt M. Evans' court
last night combed the city and
county for tho husband, Joseph,
of whom Mrs. Rorvich said he had
threatened to kill her. The man
was finally located in the city
jail at Puyallup, where his wife
had ordered him incarcerated
without the knowledge of the Ta
coma authorities.
INDIAN UXDBR ARHKST.
Suspected of having stolen a
quantity of clothing, Manuel
Douette, an Indian, is under ar
rest.
OIjUB TO GIVE PRIZES.
Rotary club members will
award prizes at the Home Prod
•ucts exhibit at the armory in
November.
IS YOUR CHILD'S
TONGUEJITED?
IF CROSS, FKVKItISH, BILIOUS,
STOMACH SOUR, GIVK "SVH
UP OF FIGS" TO CLEAN ITH
LITTLE CLOGIiKD-UP ttOW
ELS.
Mother! Don't scold your cross,
peevish child! Hook at the ton
gue! See If it is white, yellow
find coated! If your child i» 11st
!ess, drooping, isn't sleeping well,
Is restless, doesn't eat heartily or
is cross, irritable, out of sorts with
everybody, stomach sour, feverish,
breath bad; has stomach-ache,
diarrhoea, sore throat, or Is full of
cold, it means the little one's
stomach, liver and 30 feet o!
bowels are filled with poisons and
foul, constipated waste matter
and need a gentle, thorough
cleansing at once.
fiivo a teaspoonful of Syrup of
Figs, and in a few hours all the
ringged up waste, undigested food
.md sour bile will gently move on
;:nd out of its little waste clogged
bowels without nausea, griping
ur weakness, and you will surely
have a well, happy and smiling
child again shortly.
Wllh Syrup of Figs you are not
drugging your children, being
composed entirely of luscious figs,
senna and aromatics It cannot be
liurmfut, bpsides they dearly love
its delicious taste.
Mothers should always keep
Syrup of Figs handy. It Is- the
only stomach, liver and bowel
cleanser and regulator needed—
a little given today will save a
sick child tomorrow.
Full directions for children of
all ages and for grown-ups plain
ly printed on the package.
Ask your druggist for the full
name, "Syrup of Figs and Elixir
of Senna", prepared by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co. This la the
delicious tasting, genuine old reli
able. Refuse anything else ofc-
IVred.
We have just re
ceived another large
shipment of all wool
fabrics from our Mills
to sell at the small
price of
$15
Tailored to Order
Union Made
Always
Our garments are
better made.
The latest in weave.
The best in quality.
The lowest in price,
and every garment
union made.
Our- service is the
quickest and the best
in the tailoring busi
ness. We please our
customers, and satis
fied customers is the
best advertising we
have. Now order
your suit of the
"Dundee," where
honest workmanship
reigns supreme. Call
at our store and let
us show you our Fall
and Winter line of
Woolens. They will
please you.
Makers of Good
Clothes
920 Pacific Aye. I
THE TACOMA TIMES.
Clothing, Furnishings
and Shoes
To be closed out, regardless of price—slightly damaged
by smoke and water on the night of September 26th
Although the fire which occurred in the store at midnight on
the night of September 26th was a stubborn one, the blaze was
confined to a small area owing to the brilliant fight waged by the
firemen.
The great loss, however, was by smoke, water and steam, from
the water being thrown on the blaze.
The insurance adjuster, however, advised the payment of
almost a total loss on the goods so damaged.
BEGINNING SATURDAY, 9:30 A. M.
This Entire Store will be thrown to the mercy of the Public
We haven't made any effort to get up prices for this adL, even
had we done so the prices would be so rediculously low as to make
them almost unbelieveable.
The show windows give but a vague idea of how the stock is
to be sold.
J. STARIN CO.
1332 PAC. AYE.
LOOK FOR THE FIRE SALE SIGNS
PAGE SEVEW.

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