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Monday, Nov^ 11, 1912.
LISTER STILL GOVERNOR ELECT This is the way the votes stand with 18 precincts yet to report- Lister 726 in the lead of Hay. It (g unlikely Lister's lead will be reduced this amount, as the dis tricts are widely scattered over the state. The following counties con ' tain tlie missing precincts: Clal lam, li Ferry, 1; Jefferson, 2; Lewis, 1; Okanogan, 7; Pacific, 2; Stevens, 5. SEATTLE, Wash., Nov. 11.- — While the unofficial returns rWo • Ernest Lister a plurality of about tOO over Qbvernor If, E. Hay, the liyer *'"' not concede his defeat until after the official can vas? is made on December 5 next. The official canvass of returns in the various counties will be niaae next Friday, November 15, liut' the state canvass is not made, un der the law, until 30 days after •lection. ELECTRIC JUICE PLAYS PRANKS The iity of Tacoma was shock ed Saturday night when two feed wires from the new Nisqually power plant spilled 2,200 volts of electric "juice" onto the wet pavement of Tacoma avenue. Patrolman B. R. Sowers was leaning against a steel pole and several pedestrians were wend ing their way home through the rain. Suddenly there was a "general "seating" upon the sidewalk, a hundred tiny flames playing about the ends of a hundred um brella sticks. Incidentally, the shock put out of commission the entire string of lights on Tacoma avenue. ENOUGH POISON TO KILL MAN Refused his usual daily f>-grain dose of morphine while he was being confined in the city Jail, Barry Carson, 35 years old, made . a violent attack upon his fellow prisoners last night and was quieted only when the morphine was administered by the jailer. Five grains of the drug is suffi cient, as a usual thing, to kill a man. In five minutes Carson was transformed from a maniac to a most happy man. . Will Try Man Who Shot Roosevelt JUDGE A. C. BACKUS of Mil ■ "waukee, before whom John Schrank, who shot Theodore Roosevelt, will be tried. 'I&<s><S>'s'<S><S'<s><«>4><S><s><S><j><S>'3><S> ♦ ♦ ® TOO MUCH CHICKEN. ♦ » <$> <?> Related gifts of chicken « j<S> mysteriously left at the ♦ *> door of Superior Judge W. <t> R' O. Chapman, puzzled the <?> & barrister until the case of $> > S. Verone came Into court. <» '* Verone was removed as ad- ♦ J* rainlstrator of the estate of <* *P. Verome, a relative. It ♦ »3> then became known that *• »S. Verone had been the -» '<& donor of the birds. Judge <$> <*• Chapman scored the man <$> & heavily for his acts. <$> '♦ • ♦ je>S><a-s><»»<3>.»<3>»i»<3>f>»»g QfW"ID THE CUB OKsVJVJr REPORTER SPECIAL PICTURE MAP SHOWS WHOLE BALKAN WAR SCENE In this picture map Artist Brown has stationed himself, figurative ly, at Constantinople, the threat ened capital of the Turkish em pire and has made his pencil lool< Kurope-ward, Just as the Turkish sultan must be doing now, as he stands with his back to Asia, STORM WARNINGS '?• High southwest winds and • ■■?> a heavy squall of rain are ■•> •• predicted this morning by • • the weather bureau which ♦ •'• has issued a storm warning. • *> A storm is approaching from •■ /•> Vancouver island, according • ♦ to the report, and is expect- • * ed here this afternoon. Rain • • fall for the month tints far • •■ has reached 3.53 inches. & <S> $> <$> $<$ <$> <J> <S> <^ •s>■*<••• I HARD LUCK MAN Evidently intent of impressing the old saw that "Misfortunes never come singly," C. O. Gun derson, who was defeated for justice of the peace on the pro gressive ticket last week, thieves entered him home Saturday night and stole a sack of potatoes and a sack of carrots. GAIN ON SEATTLE According to the report of' Ha rbormaster H. M. Greeham, tlte imports and exports of Tacoma during September showed a rela tive gain over Seattle and other Sound ports to that of the past year. BANDIT GIVES UP (By United Press Teased Wire.) SACRAMENTO, Cal., Nov. 11. .—Declaring hlmsslf one of the three bandits who held up the Shasta Limited Friday at Delta, Cal., a youth giving the same of George Maine is held by the po lice here today for further In vestigation. His companion, Maine states. Is hiding near Sacramento. The third bandit has been Identified as F. Martinez of Marlcopa, Mex ico. WILL BE WELL (By United Press Leased Wire.) GARY. Ind., Nov. 11.—Miss Ethel Smith, the Gary rirl for whom Billy Rugh, newgfcoy, gave his life, today was certain of re covery following a second skin grafting operation in which «he was supplied with fifty additional square Inches of cuticle. The girl's father, brother and her fiance, Roy Roberts, supplied the cuticle. SCOOP HAS HIS OWN SYSTEM OF TRAINING A WHITE HOPE Tliis Mrdscye view of the terrific conflict iv the east drawn especially for the Times by Frank E. Brown. surveying his OBComlßd victori ous enemies. If the render will note the points of the compass, he will see exactly how Turki>y-in-Europe Is surrounded by the semi-circle of Balkan Mates, all of which are pressing armies "forward to Con- "MUST BE AWFUL TO LIVE WITH MAN YOU ABHORR" In "A Butterfly 0:1 the Wheel," at the Tacoma, .Miss Dorothy Lane of London is heaps an.l heaps glad it is so extremely dif ficult to get a divorce In England; In reality Miss lane thinks the Western divorce laws heaps and heaps the best. In the show and out. wherever she happens to be, which is gen erally In the nearest park, Mlm Lane is heaps and heaps charming and pretty. She hasn't looked deeply into divorce statutes, but she has conclusions and decisions of her own. "It is awful for a woman to be forced to live with a man whom she cannot lo\e," Is the reason Miss Lane thinks Western laws superior to those of Eng land. "Of course this must be only a guess with me, for I can not speak from experience, yet I am sure 1 am right." In the play Miss Lane doesn't want a divorce. Her husband does—until he hears the eloquent plea she makes in court to pre vent him leaving her. But Miss Lane would rather talk of parks. Point Defiance park is a wonderful little place— just wonderful. Miss Lane says so. And the dear little zoos, they are delightful. Seattle is a dreadfully dteary place, all rain and fog and stay indoora. Worse than London, even. "The Butterfly in the Wheel," at the Tacoma theater last night and tonight, deals with a man who had plenty of time to make money and less time to devote to his young wife. The answer —an estrangement, followed by com promising coincidences In which an alleged lover is caught by the husband. It was a real divorce trial in the third act, ehowlng the young wife under cross-exam ination. Trickery of a woman who claimed to be the wife's friend was discovered, and hubby withdrew his divorce plea, and it was all settled. 1 AT THE PRINCESS "In the Bishop* Carriage," in which figures a girl thief, is be ing produced this week at the Princess theater. It is said to be well presented. THE TACOMA TIMES stantinople." This topographical or "picture" map of a great news event cov ering a great expanse of territory such as the Balkan war does, ronveys to the human eye in slantly an understanding or placet and events noted in the Miss Dorothy Lane. <$i^<s>,^^<g><3>.s><£s<fc<s><g><s3>iS> '» THEATRICAL <i> <?. * <$> Tacoma — Tonight "A * <» Butterfly on the Wheel." <3> •$> Nov. 18, 19 and 20, Maclyn * <J> Arbucle In "The Rouri&up." <$> <s> ' <$. ♦ Princess — Stock. "The •$• ♦ Bishop's Carriage," this <$> ■* week. <S> * « ♦ Empress—Vaudeville. «■ €> 0 $ Pantages— <§> i^> <^> <;:• .j. ,•> <5> >> 4* ■*>■*><$><$■ CRUISER SUNK LONDON, Nov. 11.— That the British cruiser Barhan struck a Turkish mine is a report current here, but not yet confirmed. The report is given little credence, but some anxiety is felt. A Rare Feat. "The patent sprinkler which Is such a success for its inventor is a contrary sort of thine." "In what way " 'It raises the dust for him by laying It for other people." news dispatches, while the ordi nary, or geography map, when printed in the newspapers, means little or nothing. How many of us really understand, although we read the name every day, what "tha Bosphorus" means? A glance at this picture map LATE WAR BULLETINS (By United Press lAsued Wire.); .CEETTINJE, Nov. 12.— A young Turkish officer terribly injured with sabre cuts today is receiving treatment In the hospi tal at Kieka, Montenegro. He commissioned an outpost before Tarabosh. When the Montene grins threatened the place he rode out unattended in the moon light and challenged the bravest among the enemy to slack com .bat. An old Montenegrin soldier ad vanced and accepted the chal lenge. For more than an hour they fought, scrupulously ob serving the etiquette of the duel code. The Montegrln proved the better swordsman .Finally the Turk, blinded by blood, dropped to the ground. The Montegrin stanched his wounds and had him removed to the hospital. ATHENS, Nov. 12. —Several youn^ women of Belgrade, dis guised in male attire, are serv ing as tommon soldiers In the Servian army. One of them, Sophia Javanovitch, a pretty stenographer, formerly employed in a bank, is fighting by the side of her sweetheart, a clerk in the same institution. LONDOX, Not. 11. —Turkey this afternoon appealed directly to the Balkan allies for peace, abandoning all attempts to secure peace terms through the powers. BELGRADE, Not. 11.—Official announcement of the capture by Servian troops of the towns of Dlbri and Dajran. near Prtsrent, Arabia, was made here today. Re ports of the capture of Monastir are still unconfirmed. LONDON. Nov. 11. —Just what answer the Balkan allies made to Turkey's request for peace.terms is not known. As fighting is In progress today along the TchataJ jo. forts, it Is believed the allies demanded the unconditional sur render of Constantinople. CONSTANTINOPLE, Not. 11. Turkish officials here today claimed that the Turks had re captured Rodosto, a port on the sea of Marmora, from the Bul garians. BELGRADE, Not. 11. — The vanguard of General VankovlU' Servian army has reached the Ad riatic sea and 1b expected to selie •Duruzzo Wednesday, according m By "HOP" • shows that the great metropolis of Constantinople is really two cities; that the Bosphorus, a short strait and not a river, di vides it in half. How many of us have the famous Dardanelles plucod r.cciirately in our minis? | This map places it instantly. to official announcement here to day. The sfizure of Turkish ter ritory on the Adriatic sea l>y Servia Is forbidden in a noto from Austria, and it is this defi ance on Serving part that may plunge all Europe into war. SOFIA, Nov. 11. —Reports that the powers plan to land blue- Jacketl and marines at Constan tinople to keep the Hulgar troops out of the city are gravely dis turbing officials here. What Trxans Admire is hearty, vigorous life, accord ing to Hugh Tallman, of San An tonio. "We find," he writes, "that Dr. King's New Life Pills rarely put new life and energy Into a person. Wife and I be lieve they are the best made." Excellent for stomach, liver and kidney troubles. 25c at Ryner iMalstrom Drug Co., 938 Pacific ar. •^■^^^^^^^^^^^■^^^""^^ . l ust gel 10 new s\ib /^ scribers to The Ta- Jr/£j T^^^ ¥^ V"' \ coma Times. If your j£/\/ I* 1^ Hl* \ folks don't take" the j^Pyr J^ 1^ 1 -*r A 1 Times pet them first, Jrf*f I lion get yoiy neigh- A/*/mm^ a _«■■»_ __ .11 _a w m I )Ol'S to help you. Boys M/ TJf\f\Vli XI I fiu a neighborhood X/ / I 1 I II I I W\ l\\ 1 /should form teams /TV A \J\J 1 l/n I^&J and all pet out and [p^ I work. If each boy // A Spalding Rugby Football / j". £, «£5 St //T A D *« T^«w« A f / only ono subscriber 1/ lo Any Boy or learn or / yO u CO uid win a ban II n U i.L 117 _„. / in one night and then I Boys, HereS the Way / have an extra sub- I] in f* i A •-■*.» f scriber.-Remember— \\ 10 bet Unei S The baU goes with V ~^rf&bk $? only ten new sub \ s^^ (& "jl \** scribers to the Times. £r Jfij&*2& You don't have to "^iiiMaii^^jH^K^— « collect the money in -—^^^^^~j!^^™s^o^^^^*^'" advance, Just get the 064 I SPECIAL SUBSCRIPTION BLANK THIS COUPON l hereby subscribe to the Tacoma Times for a period of , , ......... months for which I agree to pay the carrier thirty Filled Out and cents per month. Th!B onUr la to he1p.................. ; Call at the Times secure % Rugby football. - ■:•:.■.-. -.. :: mm- r\i.u j. I am not now a subscriber to the Times and have not taken Ullice, 9th and it for the past two weeks. . Commerce for More Name ....VV................-..'.".. Phone No ..!......V Blanks v-; 1?; -I. ; (Signature must be given here.) ;.,. , Circulation : Number .....;......;'... .... . .Street .......... .^ViV.r Department. ' ■•'•■ • • • •'•-' '"-''""" *"''"''"*""^* "•"*"* See the Footballs in the Washington Tool & Hardware Company's Window, 928 Pacific Aye. -. SEARCHERS SCOUR WOODS FOR YOUTH Headed by Lawrence Sand strom, a young civil engineer of Portland, Ore., search parties today are combing the forest near Woodlawn for George Sand storm. 17 years old. who disap peared yesterday afternoon from the home of the Gould family. having taken a Bhotgun with him. He underwent an oi>oration a short time aeo. and has com SUFFRAGISTS TO HAVE AN OPERATIC BRANCH PHILADELPHIA. Nov. ll.—At th« request of Mrs. Oliver H. P. Belmont. Tltta Ruffo, famous I baritone, with 100 other mem bers of the Dlppel operatic forces, will organize this week a musical-artistic branch of the ■ Political Equality association of New York. Mmc, Caroline White Y. M. C. A. FORMS BIG CHESS AND CHECKER CLUB The Chess and Checker club which will have charge of tne chess and checker tournaments to lie held soon, Is being organ ized by the Y. M. C. A. These tournaments have always been successful and this year it Is planned to make it the biggest thing yet attempted. The plan Is to have the winners play the TO KILL COURT WASHINGTON', U. C\, Nov. 11. —Abolition of the Court of Com merce and a change In the po litical complexion of the inter state com mere* commission will ;he important results of the elec | lion, it was pointed out today by i trul'lk- experts here. CHINA PICKS EXPOSITION SITF From loft to rijjlit—Dr. Chen, China's s|x-< fal commissioner, *c- I«M-(iim site ii|m>ii which his country will erect v buililiiiK at tlio Mil rniianiH-racific e\|Kislllon In San Fnim l*r». l'res. C. C. M«Mire of th«- e\|K>sitlon Is showing l>r. Oirn tin- availitMo sitrs. PAGE SEVEN plained much of restlessness. Yesterday he was asked to ac l»ny members of the Gould fam ily to church, but refused. Whet they returned he was missing, •• was also the gun. When he failed to return last night, search parties were sent out. Imt no trace of the lad waa found. The brother from Port land arrived this morning nn I la leading the search today. has converted Kuffo to the cause. Mary Garden was asked to join the association, but she ia bled back, "When 1 am con vinced voting is better than sing ing for a prima donna, I shall re ; tire from the stage and enter I polities, as I am sure 1 would i main a good leader." [winners of similar tournament* taking place in Seattle, Everett and Bellintthaiu, making it a I fight for the championship of , Put;et Sound. The club still has room Tor both checker and chess players and anyone who plays eitoer game is asked to leave his u.tmo at the V. M. C. A. office. A mandate from the court of appeals of the United States reached the local federal court this morning in the case of Re ward Collins against the T. R. & P. company. The court of ap peals affirms the Judgment of the federal court here, and the company will have to pay Collins about $9,000.