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. Wednesday, Oct. 23, 1912.
Biggest Democrat In Mass.
Speaks In Tacoma Tonight
George Fred Williams
George Fred Williams, biggest
democrat In Massachusetts, is
here.
He is going to stay over night
and tall the voters all about it
at the Tacoma theater tonight.
That is all about "the campaign,
which is what G. Fred is interest
ed In just now.
George does not like Teddy a
bit. He greatly prefers Woodrow.
"Theodore Roosevelt is a vain,
selfish, egotistical man," he said.
♦ (By United Press leased Wire. <S>
♦ VIENNA, Oct. 23.—Kissing is expensive in Austria, If 4>
<$> you do so against the will of the kissee. Six days' imprison- <§>
♦ ment waa the cost of a kiss stolen by a barber from a pretty <S>
♦ Tyrolese «lrl in an Innesbruck Inn. The girl's sweetheart, a <S>
♦ local carpenter, who waa near by, boxed the barber's ears and ♦
■$► things would have been all right if the latter had let it go <s>
♦ at that, but the barber sued the carpenter for assault. <»>
STEAMER SINKS;
6 LIVES LOST
(By United Press lieased Wire.)
HOUSTON,;,Texas, Oct. 23. —
Caught in a storm off Padre
Island, 60 miles south of Corpus
Chrlstl, the steamer Nicaragua
sank in the Gulf of Mexico, and
six of the crew were drowned, ac
cording to the etory of a boatload
of survivors here today after they
GIRL IS WILLING
TO RETURN HOME
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
CHICAGO, Oct. 23. —Practical-
ly recovered from the attack of
hysteria with which she was seiz
ed yesterday, Miss Lucille Cam
eron today continued before the
federal grand jury the interrupt
ed story of the details of her rela
tions with Jack Johnson, the ne
gro pugilist. All during the nigh*
a horde of lawyers and messen
gers from Johnson attempted to
reach the girl, but their efforts
failed.
"I am ready to leave Jack
now," the girl Is reported to have
told her mother, Mrs. Cameron-
Falconet of Minneapolis. "I want
July 1, 1912.
Dr. Macy, My Dear Sir: For ser
eral years I had severe pain in
what I supposed was my heart. One
night I applied for treatment from
* you and before I left tho couch the
pain left me and I have had beau
tiful relief ever since. Previous to
that treatment I was suffering for
many years, but am as slick as a
whistle now.
Yours for relief,
»;K< > P. TATLOH,
Seattle, Wash.
' \jLj' ■■' .■ ''',"' l*XTfr • if > «O^L^ ■' ' "■'■'
IbbsV Osteopathtc'Specialist and Bloodless Sur-
A VHBi Keon, with experienced medical and sur-
IMB^j»S3ctl MsV Kical Bpeclallsts assisting. We make a
£>fl Imiißl H specialty of eye, ear, iliuurk, skin, blood,
U m?M£Wm& I&™Biim kidneys and bladder, also ApprodlrltU,
'-■ fl ■S^^l.fifiJ^B Baeumattaaa, Galtrc, Catarrh Drepalcal,
■i MEP*&?J»M*^wM^» Tnbrrralar and Araenlc, comdltlona,
W&gaf&EJm&&S*z&'?"K ' sTenlto-urinary diseases, prostatlo all
■ M ■B§s3B»cPpSp*S:itJA menu, and all weaknesses, chronlo and
B^^H^^^^^W I-" Thts *» ">" onl >r »lace *n the city Trhera
'fImUHHHw ' 7° v can Bet. Oateopathlo and Chiropractic
WKKfateilswlfSv-' Tr treatment combined with expert medical
i~ '• K# -'treatment trfidy attendant for/women.
. SDR. MACY In
Osteopathio Specialist and Bloodless Sur
geon, with experienced medical and sur
gical specialists assisting. We make a
■peclalty of eye, ear, ■lontark, skin, blood,
kidneys and bladder, also Apprndlrltls,
llh. 1,11,ni1. 1.1, Goitre, Catarrh 11r..p.1,«1.
Tubercular and Amende conditions,
genlto-urinary diseases, proatattc ail
ments, and all 'weaknesses, chronlo and
nervous disorders.
This Is the only place In the city whera
you can get Osteopathlc and Chiropractic
treatment combined with expert medical
treatment, l.nrty attendant for women.
OF INTKIIKST TO MEN—Bear In
''' TOMfmifttri 1 ' mind lam the oldest established men's
; ■ .-.-; ■ - HHffIHWA •peclallst -In • Tacoma, S with , ■ the -. beat
■HHnle^WSW'' equipment on the Coast. There la a rea
;, "" TOB^Mp^paW son wh we do tn largest man's prao
- '^P^^^^P^J^^HlsS tice In the city. of optical sooda at
A complete stock of optical goods at
r The Prnbla Medical Institute, also at
The Columbia Medical Institute, also at
' aVßf'lraP&'ifaH iwl 1219% Paciflo ay., and gives medloa.l
■ B'llMS'al II treatment only at the low price of $5.00
"'■ al ByL:fS^M Her month. A competent medlcaj super-*
. M 9Bftl*ff*fJm l^» ■ lntendent la In charge. The Institute has
H!S^9Rslbl s^t^ been completely restocked with the moat
'• Bfciaf«?^M sam. "•J■ reliable and hence the most ezpenslve
- fl Kf<sfl Ik preparations. A 32-page booklet frea.
B^ Consultation always free. Dr. M. C. Macy,
manager
- • llULi>t-« hSkUt p. us. • SuBBBj-a'trona 1» to 13. . CONSULTATIOH
rBEIIi»H Ili«lM«*Ai'W**iiertUl«»»*to National Bank •< Ooauim*.
"We will admit, will we not, that
without Hi.s iiifluence, Taft coula
not have been elected president?''
"Everything Roosevelt has done
has been selfish. He would es
tablish in this country a dictator
ship.
"How, then, shall the loyal re
publicans defeat this man who is
a menace to the republican party?
"By voting for Woodrow Wil
son."
were picked up by Port Atlanta's
life savers. Seven of the crew
of the Nicaragua are still adrift
in an open boat.
Captain Echeverra and twelve
sailors who were picked up suf
fered great hardships, being two
days without food or water.
The Nicaragua was valued at
$20,000.
to go home and be like other
girls."
Just as soon aa Mayor Harrison
can find a ic-.nl way to close
Johnson's Cafe de Champion he
will order the police to act."
BATTLESHIP OFF
ISLE OF PORTLAND, England,
Oct. 23.—Great Britain's third
battleship squadron is preparing
today to sail for the Mediterran
ean to keep in touch with the
Balkan war situation. The Brit
ish admiralty still fears the pow
ers will be drawn into the contro
versy.
Til WKXI.H |\,; | |..| Ti:i«
Belllngham, Wash., Nov. 80, 1911
Dr. M. C. Macy, Dear Sir: This is
a day of Thanksgiving, so I will
first thank you for what you have
done toward curing father. Father
U feeling fine and has not had any
trouble with his rheumatism since
leaving Tacoma and looks 20 years
younger, and says when he goes to
Tacoma he Is going to get a few
more treatments whether ho needs
them or not from you. H« is very
well pleased.
Ever yours respectfully,
O. W. KKMAN AND WIFE.
THE CUB ' . THEY'LL PUT YOU IN AN
OV^VJKJr REPORTER ASYLUM YET, SCOOP
PRISONERS AT THE BAR IN LAWRENCE LABOR TRIAL
This exclusive picture of OMMO (nt left), Kttor and Gtovannitti, on trial for alleged murder of
Annie Lopizzo during the Lawrence strike lust winter, shows theiu sitting in the .Salem, ass., court
house, h iii.lrnllVil together. Kttor hus not lost his famous smile.
JUDGE IN SALEM "MURDER" TRIAL
Judge Joseph S. Qulnn, who is presiding in the Kttor-Glo
vannittl-Caruso case, sketched especially for the Times. The artist
shows liitn entering the Salem court house, wearing his customary
silk tile and judicial dignity.
LEADERS TO HOLD
CONFERENCE
(By United. Press Leased Wire.)
OYSTER BAY, N. V., Oct. 23.
—Colonel Theodore Roosevelt
awoke this morning greatly re
freshed after a good rest last
night. He ate a hearty break
fast and prepared to have the
wound in his chest dressed this
afternoon.
The former president will re
ceive his first visitor* since he
arrived home tomorrow, when
Senator Joseph M. Dlxon of Mon
tana and George W. Perkins of
New York are expected to come
to Sagamore Hill. " •
Mr*. Roosevelt Is acting as
chief nurse. . ■. ,:^ ; .
Olympia Boat
.'!'■■■■' Tbm Ktw llmiim ; ;
NISQUALLY v
Imtm Munlelpa! Dock Dally M
ssSis •a, n. a»d •p. «»,■.-_;..
Tto i:00 p. n. Trip Oom«ct»
•v -„'--;,fof ■h«ltoV: '->^vy;'
Ketaratas Leave, OlrmpU .■ -
llitf p. a. Amd «iM m. m.
IU.aNOL.IA—Utm S| OlrmpU
for Tacoma aad B«atU* T:M &
■■. Phon. tUla HO*. ;•>-/: -,
THE TACOMA TIMES.
TO RAISE BIG
SUM OF MONEY
Tacoma Norwegians met In the
First Norwegian Lutheran church
last night and discussed the
project by hich it is proposed to
raise $1,000,000 among American
Norwegians to turn over to the
Northwegian storthing to be used
for some great memorial from
the Americans to commemorate
the history of Norw*y.
NOVEMBER 30TH
Greece has Issued a circular
which has Just arrived here, set
ting November 30 ac the last day
on which Greeks can report to.
their government for army ser
vice without a written excuse.
Those who do not conform to
the order will be subject to Im
prisonment.
SITE FOR CHINA
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
SAN FRANCISCO. Oot. JB. —
China, the second foreign nation
to take suoh action, wIU select a
site at the Panama-Pacific exposi
tion here tomorrow.
<3> <$►
<§< Finish IMdge in 6 Weeks. <$•
<$v <s>
<N "The 11th street bridge <s>
$> will be finished in six <S>
$> weeks," says Commissioner ♦
<S> Owen Woods. <S>
♦-• The west tower will be <s>
4r <3ono in a few days. The <?>
4r cast one will then be erect- ♦
<S>'ed and the false work finish- <e>
<5> ed up and then the bridge ♦
<* itself will be built betweeu <s>
<$> the towers and swung on the ♦
<^ big cable.3. <$>
<$> <J>
*<?><J?'i ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ <$xJxSxJxJ>
MRS. DUNIWAY
IS HONORED
(By Viiited l*r«'ss Leased Wire.)
PORTLAND, Ore., Oot. 23. —
Mrs. Abigail Scott Duniway, the
"mother of woman's suffrage" in
the Northwest, today haa the as
surance that the cause will be
successful here as a result of the
monster public reception tender
ed her on the occasion of her 78th
birthday. The largest auditor
ium in the city was secured and
in the presence of Governor West
and many other notables, the
aged worker was given a testi
monial the city will long remem
ber.
For information about the
Golden Rod Vacuum Cleaner, the
Tacoma Times premium, phone
Main 12.
SJtraQ U'le Arthur says: "All •
ifMJflf ain't no itliin to <1<- Greeks
NbsrM& lull nh slio hope tlioy beat
'ff)\**\ •'•■ llvln' life outen dem '
JL-fw) Turks." . ■
Ell not EVERY man
can afford a suit or an overcoat at even fifteen dollars; in Sffi£k
fact, we know from the amount of lower priced goods we sell \£m
that a good, healthy demand exists for clothing and over- VffiL^
coats at $10.00 and $12.50; even at $8.50, we have both suits gdt W/*\
. and overcoats that we will guarantee to give you good, lion- - ffi&t / (s"*\
;, We make mighty little on this merchandise at $8.50, J^ltu^^^^r^M
$10.00 and $12.50, but we are just as ready to show these Oil \tairklmSsP
■: goods to the man who has that price to pay as we are to v 2& HiiSSSr
* show the higher grades of clothing. . MilPSi
q .. ' Many of these suits are put right on for very-day wear wß*i ■;--*4
and they invariably make good. ■&I111|^1a'':':
J Only wool mixed cloths of good weights, honestly made, - „. >-L»j— -»--t
can do this, and we show you nothing else. \ hiK|!'^3 .'.
*' ■"■■•' Understand, these are not eighteen, twenty and twenty- I'TgP^i
H five dollar goods reduced; they are, instead, honest values r^ftP^i
offered to you at a small but satisfactory profit. '-•„•• " • \1 &M \:
At $15.00, $18.00, $20.00 and $25.00 our suits and over- ffjlMßM^
coats are necessarily made from better grades of wool cloths _■. • t^S «H ■'.'"■?
and are what is known to the trade as Hand Tailored gar- vJ& «jS
• "Kirschbaum" makes them, and they are Some Clothes. * , -'''-WjS£(*mßSs
New York styles brought here to you every 30 days. No new 1 „ m
Ideas in clothing stylos get past thehi and through them -
&&.ZC: these same ;Idea* end styles come to us. ;."«. V<: --.="** -^ ••■'- -W^MM^^^m
■:■■-■■ , DIOKSON BROS. 00. . 1120, 1122 Pacific Aye. -:^^^S
BECKER'S ATTORNEY BEGINS
FIGHT FOR CLIENT'S LIFE .
(Hj I, nit oil Press lii-ased Wire.)
NEW YORK, Oct. 23. —John
F. Melntyre, chef counsel for Po
lice Lieut. Charles Becker, charg
ed with instigating the murder of
Gambler Herman Rosentbal,
Btarted his argument at 10:30
o'cFock this morning In behalf of
the accused man. Becker seem
ed confident of acquittal.
M<'lntyre's denunciation of the
principal witnesses against Beck
er was extremely bitter.
"They are vile conspirators,"
he shouted. "They are lawless
degenerates, reeking with filtth
and infamy. When this case iB
all over they will be free again to
murder, If they please."
Mclntyre asserted that Becker
is the would-be victim of District
Attorney Whitman who wanti-d
to "get" some hlghe;r-up. He
scathingly denounced Morris L>u
ban who had testified that he
heard Becker tell "Ball Jack"
Rose that the latter must g«t Uos
enthal.
"L.uban," Mclntyre argued, "Is
a murderer at heart and a crim
inal by instinct. He is a crook
of the IS karat kind. The prose
cution dares to bring this scoun
drel, manacled from a Xow Jersey
prison to furnish corroborative
testimony ('onnectiug my client
with' this crime."
TAINTED GIFT
STIRS UNIV.
OF WASH.
(IJy United Tress Leased Wire.)
SEATTLE, Oct. 23.—Students
of the University of Washington
who have entered a vigorous pro
test against the acceptance of the
$12,000 chimes from Alden J.
Hlethen, on tho ground that it
was a "tainted gift," are whipped
today.
President Kane and the board
of regents showed their absolute
power and last night tho chimes
were formally accepted. The
University Daily, which had been
suspended for two days, will again
be issued today, but will iiave no
reference to the chimes contro
versy.
Editor Kldred had been sus
pended yesterday but was re-in
stated last night, the authorities
having convinced the studonts
that they have arbitrary power
to expel any student they wanted.
The Seattle Commercial club last
night appointed a committee to
take up the question of re-lm
bursing Blethen the amount of
his gift.
By "HOP"
ATTORNKY M'INTVRK.
roiiicK likut. roomy
POPULAR GIRL
WINS TONIGHT
The most popular young wom
an of the Church of the Visita
tion will tonight be awarded a
diamond ring and gold watoh at
the South Tacoma Catholic fair.
The winner is to be chosen by
contest.
Those connected with the fair
Ray it is an immense success,
many valuable articles having
been sold, among them a buffet
worth $35 ,a net of knives and
forks which brought 9100, and
a $25 record cabinet.
I nil s AT TACOMA THURSDAY
Time. Height.
3:26 a. m !).» feM
8:16 a. in. 6.0 i-.-i
2:45 p. m 10.5 feet
9:12 p. m 3.3 feet
PAGE SEVEN.
DUCKS DYING
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 23. —
A peculiar ailment that haa be
come epidemic prevail* today
among California wllk ducks.
Close examination of the carcasses
of seven ducks found in Kern
county show these game birds
are suffering from the same ail
ment which caused death of more
than 1.000,000 docks in Utah a
year ago.
How to Acquire
Health and Beauty
MAKES HAIH FLUFFY — By
washing the hair with a t' iaspoonful
of canthrox dissolved In a cup of
hot water, uf lei wur.l™ rinsing thor
oughly with clear water, one finds
their hair dries quickly and evenly,
is natreakvd, bright, soft and very
fluffy. The hair will spem more
abundant than usual and do up
more easily. This simple, Inexpen
sive shampoo cleanses the hair and -
scalp thoroughly, and leaves a clean
wholesome feeling. AH scalp Irri
tation will disappear and the hair
will be brighter and glossier than
ever before.
SMOOTHKS OUT WIUNKLBB —
A reliable remedy for wrinkles la
made by dissolving an ounce of
almozoin In one-half pint cold
water, with two tuaspounfuls gly
cerine added. Ktlr and let stand
over night before using. Massag
ing with this greaseli'BH cream-
Jelly smoothes the skin and re
moves all roughness, freckles,
blackheads. hlotihea and skln
plmples. It la fine for reducing en
larged pores and makes the skin
clear, soft and velvety.
TO LOSE WKIUHT —No better,
Blinlpler or less expensive remedy
ha* so far been found for reduc
ing one's weight than taking be
fore meals a tablenpoonful of four
OUBCM of pnrnotls dissolved In a
pint and a half of hot water. It la
harmlews and reduces fat rapidly
without dieting and strenuous e«
erclscs. The stkln will be fresh,
smooth and free from flabblnesa.
Advertisement.
WE INVITK A
COMPARISON OK OUR
QUAIJTY AM) PRICK
WITH ANY STORE
IN TACOMA. OUR
KNTIKK BUSimOM IH
■i ill. SELLING '•!
(IROTKHIKS AND
WE SELL THK HKST '
FOR LESS.
Fresh shlpim-nt of Yaklma
Canned Pumpkin, 3 for
25c. Cheaper and more
convenient than fresh.
Blue Label Catsup, BOc bot.
2 pkgs. Grape Nuts, 25c. ■
Huckleberries are right now
for canning. In quantities,
6c lb. Very easily canned
and retain their flavor
perfectly.
Yaklma Potatoes. Lay In
your winter supply now.
A lot of extra fancy me
dium sized— no very large
or small, aN just right for
home use, 05c a bag, 5
sackß I)Oc a hundred. This
price s too low to last.
srimis FOR THURS
DAY AND FRIDAY
Quaker Oats Dc pkg. Sold ev
erywhere at 12 l-2c.
Snider's Catsup, lOc a hot.
Standard Beef Cubes, 22<- a
box. Makes 12 cupß of de
licious bouillon.
2 pkgs. Klngsford's Corn
Starch," 15c.
7 lbs. best Rolled Oats, 25c.
The cheapest and most nu
tritious of foods.
A special fine lot of King
Apples at Kiti- box.
Mac Lean Brothers
"QUALITY CHtOCKRS"
0.t2 C Street.
Main 000.
25 18 North Proctor.
Proct"- B7»
go. Tacoroa Store, si'
5405 80. Union. Mudlaon 108;.
South 12th and K.
Tel. Main 004
"WE BELIi THE BEST
FOIt CASH FOR LKBS"

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