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INTRODUCING SOME OF AMERICA'S PRETTIEST WORKING GIRLS Miss Dixie Armstead Is considered the prettiest working girl of Evansville, Ind. She was chosen to pose for the Tri-State Pho tographers' association, composed of picture-takers of Indiana, Illi nois and Kentucky, when they held their annual convention the other day. She is a bookkeeper. «><S'<j><e><s><»s''S><s><§><s>3><s><§>'3> ♦♦ <$>3><s><e><s'<s><s><£ <?>iS>'5><s><j'<3><s> «■ • ,$> BEADS FOX Silts, WILSON ♦ <$> . * <$> LOS ANGELES, Nov. 11. —Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, who ♦ <$■ becomes the first woman of the land on March 4, will re- 9 <$> ceive a token from California equal to that sent Queen •$> <£> Mary and Dowager Queen Alexandra of England. Mrs. F. ♦ 3> M. Pfeiffer of Pomona, who received an autograph letter •> <$> from each of the two royal women of England, acknowledg- ♦ <$> ing receipt of an elaborate strand of California rose beads ■?> •$> which were her own handiwork, has started the construction <«> <$• of another necklace of .this fragrant product of California for ♦ <$> Mrs. Woodrow Wilson. The beads are made of rose petals. <•> <$. <?> <J>3><£<s><S><S><?><S><S><§'<S><S><3 ><?> <S> ♦♦ <J ><S><S>3><S'<S><? ><$><?'<5 ><§ ><S><3 >'$ >'?> SOME RUSH ORDERS (My United l*ress Incased Wire.) PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 11.— Hear Admiral Knight, command ing the cruisers Montana and Tennessee, received today orders from Washington to start Tor Turkish waters tomorrow morn lug to protect American life and property. The cruisers are an chored this .afternoon In the- Del aware river her©. STEINWAY The World's Standard Piano Through four generations the Sfeeinway family has upheld a reputation of tone qual ity unequaled; they have built a piano which has fixed the basic principles for all makes; they have created a world standard and kept it at a level unapproached by oth ers. Quality should be the only determining factor in the selection of a piano. The pur chase of a Steinway Piano closes the avenue to a future regret. We sell Steinway Pianos on moderate terms. Sherman Jflay & Co. Sii lim.iv and Other Pliinon—Apollo onil Oellliin Player Pl ■ ■11.1 — \ ifinr Talking Mnchlne* —Sheet Music aud Muhlchl Mvrehamlfiie. 928-930 C Street, Tacoma, Wash. You will profit by attending the PACIFIC NORTHWEST LAND PRODUCTS SHOW AND PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL DAIRY SHOW ASSOCIATION Portland, Oregon, November 18 to 23, 1912 Extensive exhibits of the products of the soil of the Pacific North west. Practical demonstrations of such problems as marketing and financing of your fruits and grains. Great exhibition of dairy cows of various breeds, from over the Northwest. Plan to make your trip to Portland over the — 0.-W. R. & N. at the reduced rate for the Round Trip of ONE FARE AND ONE THIRD ||| Kales dates, November 18, 19, 20, 21; final return limit November ' 25, 1012. - .. | Electric block signals, sumptuous coaches and sleeping cars, ex cellent dining car service and courteous employes for your SAFETY I ''!^^. and Comfort. ; £^rWr¥%^\ ' I'or further information see or write ll| Kilo) ROBERT LEE •" Vli^^W^/ District Passenger Agent, i ? yXtj^^^^/ ' \VM. OAimUTHEKS, District Freight Agent, J XL?>WC£y National llcalty Bldg., Tacoma, Wash. COURT QUITS WORK WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 11. —It was announced today that the United States supreme court would take a recess from Novem ber 18 to December 2. Today was the fourth "decision day" of the fall term. No opinions were announced on the anthra cite coal trust and the railroad rat© cases, which are under con sideration by the court . Miss Olga Troska of Wilkea-Barre, Pa., a domestic employed in the home of J. Silverblatt. CLUBS TO MEET IN TfiCOl Commercial organizations of the state of Washington will niei. here November 20 to create com mittees and take up in a sys tematical way the work of pre paring a suitable representation for this Btate at the Panama ex position. J. B. Chilberg, who headed tlio Seattle exposition, will probably be picked to head the movement. Both the San Francisco and San Diego shows have signified intention of sending represen;a tives here and the state will ue asked to make a showing at each exposition. WOULD BUILD ITS OWN LiNE Hillside Improvement club members are determined to have some street car service up the hill down their way. They have i>eti tioned the city to put a cable line up 17th st. ]f the city will not and cannot force the street rail way company to do it, then the Hillside club members will try to get up a private company to do it. To tak« up the matter and thresh it out, the Hillside people will hold a meeting in Danish Urotherhood hall November 22. BIG RECEIPTS William Hall, dockmaster, turned in a report to Mayor Sey mour Saturday which shows that all records for city and munici pal dock receipts have been hroken during the past month, a total profit of $1,277.70 being made. The increase is said to be due to the facilities here T)e ing better than elsewhere. SOME EXPANDING The Pacific International Pow er Boat association met in Taco ma Saturday and took steps to bring San Francisco* and other south Pacific coast points into the association. Local boatmen following this action took action looking toward holding several regattas In this city the coming summer. COLLEGE REUNION Alumni of Stanford and the University of California held their first reunion Saturday night at the University club. An enjoy able evening was spent, 23 men attending. 11. A. Barnhisel waa toastmaster. BREATHE HYOMIE AND END CATARRH If you really want to.get rid of vile Catarrh why not give Booth's HYOMEI treatment a fair trial. ' Your money will be refunded If you think you have not been benefited, and on that basis every Catarrh victim should start to banish Catarrh this very day. HYOMEI is a soothing, healing antiseptic air made from Austral ian Eucalyptus and other antisep tics; it kills Catarrh germs and contains uo cocaine or poisonous drugs. Complete outfit, $1.00, ex tra bottle, if needed, 50c at Crown Drug Co. and druggists every where. rtont your vacant House throngn * Time* Want As. Only la • wcrd. Pbone Main It. ••• 0 THE TACOMA TIMES MINISTERS COMPLAIN Revs. W. li. Marsh and Joel V'igus appeared before the city commission this morning com plaining of the brush in the Sixth addition near Whitman school and the church of Rev. Mr. Vigus, which nerves as a shield for boys who iafest the bushes and hold hixh carnival. They wanted the council to take some steps to have the ground cleared, thus destroying the rendezvous of the lads. The council will summon the Tacoma Land company to ap pear tomorrow, at which time an effort will be made to have the place cleared. MAY BE MAYORESS SAN BERNARDINO, Cal., Nov. 11. —Women of San Bernardino are today discussing the advisa bility of putting up a candidate for the mayoralty. Although no definite plans have yet been made the three cornered fights for the mayor's office here are usually so close that it is thought a wo man, if supported by her sox and a few men, would have a good chance of election. MOTHER AND CHIDREN SEE CIVILIZATION EOR FIRST TIME MRS. WM. MOGG AND HER CHILDREN. Captain William Mogg arrived from the Arctic on the steam whaler belvedere recently accom panied by Mrs. Mogg and their three children. Mrs. Mogg is an KHkinin, and this is the first time she and her children have ever had an opportunity to get a glimpse of the civilization which exists in the "white man's coun try." Mogg is one of the best known whaling skippers. He has made many trips to the distant north and his adventures and mishaps aiu well known ulotg the water front. Nearly ten years ago Mogg was wrecked on the rocky shores of Alaska and for a. time it was thought he was drowned, but he appeared again before his friends and it soon became known that after his escape from the cold waters of the Bering sea he had chosen a bride from one of the Eskimo tribes. Capt. Mogg continued to sail from San Francisco and spend Miss Bertha Dtinler is a stenographer and accountant with a Toledo business firm. She is considered by her friends the prettiest working girl in the city. <$><$>•s<s>■s> <$ >'$'Q'Q's'Q'<s'& 4> 20(1 riXCHKD <i> <S> The police arrested 2C2 <$ <$>, persons in October, of whom ♦ ♦ 111 were plain drunks, 21 ♦ •$ viu.'rantfi, 21 were disorderly ♦ i 1 and 20 were cooped up on <* '•> implcton. <i> BIGGEST HOTEL NEW YORK, Nov. 11. —Plans for what Is to be the largest ho tel In the city are being prepared by Mc-Kiin, Mead & White for the Pennsylvania Terminal Realty Company. The new hotel is to tore more than 1,600 rooms. HELD UP ON ROAD John Cieiger, a tarmor of Mc- Millan, hns notified the sheriff's Office that he was the victim of a holdup on the country road 10 miles from Puyallup yesterday. A lone highwayman relieved him of $15 and a watch. Figure This Out. Ethel--Holla told me that you told h«r that secret I told you not to tell her. Madge—She's a mean thing. I told her not to tell you. Ethel —Well, I told her T wouldn't tell you sho told me — so don't tell her I did. about one-half of his time with hit; family. Two years after his iDarrlage the skipper returned here, hoarding a snapshot of Aleck, his first son. Since then there have boon two additions to the photographic exhibitions, and when Mogg shipped on the Belvedere as first mate he carried the photographß of two more children. In addi tion to Aleck there were Samuel and Nellie. Mrs. Mogg and the children spent some time In Nome. Clad In her picturesque native costume and with her countenance and arms bedecked with the fantastic beauty emblems of the frozen north, Mrs. Mogg presented an unusual picture. Mrs. Mogg speaks but little English. "We like to come here," said Aleck. "My father said he would take us here when we get big. Now we are big, so we came. Maybe we stay all the time. We think we will like this place. Maybe we go to school." JAMES BRUCE RESIGNS AS AMBASSADOR JAMES BRYCE. WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 11. —Confirmation of the intended resignation of Ambassador .Tamco Bryce was given here today In an official statement Issued at the White House which mM: "The president is informed or th# intention of AmbMMdor Bryce to retire before long. He intimated a wish to do so to his majesty's government In July. 1911, but at the EequMt of tin- British government, remained 'n Washington to deal with certain matters then pending. When lie 1b relieved Mr. Bryoe wWi devote himself to the completion of two works on which he has long been engaged." It is understood here that Am bassador Bryce's resignation be comes effective January 1. IDAHO STILL DOESN'T KNOW (Hy United Press Leased Wire.} BOI6E, Ida., Nov. 11.—It will take the official count to decids the final status of Idaho's four electoral votes. There is a strong indication of the vote being split, although returns to date if the ratio Is maintained, would give Wilson a lead of ap proximately 00. Roosevelt car ried Boise and Ada county by a big majority. FIRST riIKISTIAX (11111(11 Tim'bOhv, ]\<>v. 12 By Woman's Club Dr. Clement B. Shaw will pre sent the first of a series of Whkiht'h Mn»le llriiiuiiM With 200 colored stereoptlcon views. Funds to go to civic work. Admission 50c. 8 p. m. TONIGHT The Messrs. Shubert and Lewis Waller present The Great London Success With All English Company : ■ "A BUTTERFLY ON THE WHEEL" The Dramatic Sensation of . This Season's Offerings. Prices, $1.50 to 2.V. Curtain 8:15 PRINCESS THEATER ■ . Main 7760. THIS WEEK In the Bishop's Carriage PRICES—SOc, 30c, sOc. Bargain Matinee Wednesday and Saturday—lOc and -•">«. ■ BILL OF FEATURES "THE GAKDK.V OP I ALLAH" ( "STAGE DOOK JOHNNIES"; HOWARD'S ANIMALS FOUR OTHER ACTS Mlv Julia Allen Adams la a southern beauty—a stenographer of Houston, Texas, considered the prettiest working girl In the city. THE LAW ON LOAN SHARKS The state law prohibits ANYBODY from rharglM ANV noi)Y more than TWELVE I'EU CENT v year on any kind of a loan! If Tolman, or Drake, or the "State Security Co." or any other loan slunk lias attempted to collect MOICE THAN ONE l'Elt CENT A MONTH from you under any pretext whatever, conic to the Times office and state your case You need not pay one cent of interest if such an attempt at extortion has been made. • No matter what the iharkl tell you; if they try to annoy you at your home or place of business, swear out a warrant for them. . Hut above all, ItKFUSK TO PAY TIIK INTEREST IF IT IS MORE THAN TWELVE PEH CENT A YEAR. THAT'S I HE LAW! House Will Sure Be Progressive (B* Initeil PrtNM l.ia-<(l Wire.) WASHINGTON, I). ('.. Nov. 11. Kn route to .Miami, Fla., win ie lie intciKls to ipend the wlmwr, William .1. Bryan is hero today visiting his won, William. He will remain in WMblßgtOa sev rral days to confer with demo cratic leaders here. "Progressive democrats will control the next congress," said Bryan in an interview. "Evciy democratic senator and repre sentative elected last Tuesday stood upon the Baltimore plat Here's the Greatest Moneys Worth in a New Latest Style Hornless Talking Machine Ever Offered! Tuesday & Wednesday %%%> $Zo.oU This machine will perfectly re produce all Victor and Columbia disc records. It is equal to any talking machine in the world sold at $25. It has the Columbia con tinuous tone chamber, improved Columbia reproducer, Columbia tapered tone-arm, double spring Columbia motor and the new style tone-control shutters instead of the fixed opening as pictured here. The tone volume Is surprising ly full, sweet and true. The motor is a soundless dou ble-spring .drive, which will rum three records at one winding. Can be rewound while playing. Also fitted with the finest speed regu lator. In fact, It is complete in every respect. Will play 10 or 12-inch disc records, besides being •quipped with the new tone-con trol •hutters, which are found PAQE THREE. form and there is Bo reason t<f believe they will repudiate it. Tie staiM|> of proKressivism wai pttl on tlio democratic party at Baltimore while It was whlt« hot." SPECIAL MEETING; The Tacorna Humane society will hold a special meeting Thurs day, Nov. 14, for the purpose of appointing committees and ar ranging plans for the annual meeting of the stato society t<j be held In Tacoma Nov. 30. only In the highest priced instru ments. These control shutters work on the same prlnj^ple as the mammoth costly church pipe or gans. This Is the very latest im provement in talking machines and is the only successful way to positively control the tone volume. Remember, this offer also In cludes 24 selections and a beauti ful record album in which to keep them. Remember, too, 70a can pay cash or $1 a week as -.'ou choose. Moreover, remember that Kit en is the only Music House in tha Pacific West that is broad-gauge enough to let you hear all makes of Talking Machines side by side —the only house that is broad gauge enomgh to let you make your choice of a Columbia, an Edison or a Victor machine with out attempting to influence or prejudice yon.