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Tuesday, Nov. 12, 1912.
GOLD WATCH, REWARD FOR SAVING ELEVEN LIVES Jack Denise, hero-fireman of the Northern Pacific railroad, who lives in a modest little lodg ing house at 2409 H Pacific ave nue, has just been awarded a handsome gold watch by the com pany he served at peril of his life on the night of October 13. Two freight trains "stalled" on that night in Stampede tunnel, the great hole through the Cas cade mountains that is known to every "hoghead" and "tallypot" on the road as "the deathtrap." It was Jack Denise, a mere boy, who plunged Into the jowl of the tunnel, struggled through a black hell of hot smoke and bit ing, sickening gas to the side of 11 prostrate men and drove them through on the engine of one of the trains to safety. Carrying Woman's Beauty is Based on Health To Have Health, Bowel Move ment Is Absolutely Necessary —How lJest to Obtain It. If woman's beauty depended upon cosmetics every woman would be a picture of loveliness. But beaaity lies deeper than that. It lies in health. In the major ity of cases the basis of health, and the cause of sickness, can be traced to the action of the bow els. The headaches, the laßsitude, the sallow skin and the lusterlees eyes are usually due to constipa tion. So many things that wonion do habitually conduce to this trouble. They do not eat care fully, they eat Indigestible foods because the foods are served daintily and they do not exercise enough. But whatever the par ticular cause may be it Is import ant that the condition should be corrected. An ideal remedy for women, and one especially suited to their delicate requirements. Is Dr. CaldweH'B Syrup Pepsin, which thousands of women endors ■ highly, among them Mrs. Nora Robertson, 136 S. 11th St., Lin coln, Neb., and Mrs. Ann B, Ed wards, Correctionville, la., who have It constantly in tho house to meet such emergencies. All the family can use Syrup Pepsin, for thousands of mothers give It to babies and children. It is also admirably suited to the require ments of elderly people, in fact to alii who by reason of age or infir mity cannot stand harsh salts, cathartics, pills or purgatives. These should always be avoided for at best their effect Is only for that day, while a genuine remedy like Syrup Pepsin acts mildly but permanently. It can be conveniently obtained JUST REMEMBER! It's Another Fine Bill This Week "Garden^ Allah" Great Desert Scenes STAGEDOOR JOHNNIES ARLINGTON FOUR HOWARD'S PLAYFUL BEARS OTHER BIG ACTS Evening Price* 10c, 15c, 25c. Box Seat* 50c. Mnllncea 10c, 15c. AN OIL HEATER $2 IS Will Take the Chill Off Your Bath Room "MOHR HAS 1141-43 C St. I I 1142-44 Commerce their seemingly lifeless forms to the engine and driving through to air and life, Jack Denise was saving his company damage suits that would probably amount to hundreds of thousands of dollars. For risking his life (or his company and his comrades, for Denise himself was dragged back 11 »:n the summit of the Great Di vide only through the strenuous efforts of those who waited at the tunnel's mouth, for saving his company a vast amount of money, for preventing untold misery and breaking of hearts in 11 homes, for tills Jack Denise has been presented a gold watch, a thing he liiih always had since he began working for the company, a thing he must have to retain his posi tion. MRS. NORA ROBERTSON at any drug store at fifty cents or one dollar a bottle. You will find It gentle In action, pleasant in taste and free from griping, and its tonic proper;?eß have a dis tinct value to women. It is the most widely iieed laxative-tonic in America today and thousands of families are now never without It. If no memlxT of your family has ever used Syrup Pepsin and you would like to make a per sonal trial of it before buying it in the regular way of a druggist, send your address —a postal will do —to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 415 Washington St., M&nticello, 111., and a free sample bottle wilt be mailed you. Results are always guaranteed or money will be re funded. ♦ • - . <t> •$> THEATRICAL • «■ Qi . <!> <t> Tacoma — Nov. 18, 19 <$> • and 20, Maclyn Arbuckle In <$> $> "The Roundup." ♦ <?> <$> <$• Princess — Stock. "The ♦ <$> Bishop's Carriage," this •$> ♦ week. <£ -?> —i:— <j. ♦ —Vaudeville. <$• <8> . .:, + Pantages— <?> ■$ ,'■ <?> <S><s<s><S><§><^<s'<3>4><i>s<f><S><s> >$><$> AT THE PANTAGES Cafe life Bet to music—good music, to be more exact—ls the offering of the headllners at Pan rages this week. "The Stage Door Johnnies," it Is called, meeting a dainty actress at the close of the show, the "stage door Johnnies" escort her to the Cafe Chantant. where music, and wine and revelry abound. Not the most insignifi cant personage in the act is "Cloudy Henry," the unfortunate waiter, who has a lot of new jokes, and sings a song of misfor tune that la clever and well pre sented. The "Garden of Allah" pic tures, taken from the Sahara and illustrative of the wonderful book and play of that name, are some thing unique in motion photogra phy. Howling Dervishes and snake charmers of the desert are seen In wierd pictures, and the garden Itself becomes a reality. The "Arlington Four" never falls to please. This quartette of messenger boys has an entirely new repertoire which they pre sent In the same delightful man ner. Howard's Animals are a fea ture, particularly the youngest of his bears, which rides a bicycle with ease and plays a banjo. Some clever juggling is done by the Mabelle Fonda troupe of In dian club artists. Al Caiieton, "the skinny guy," is also on the bill. AT THE TACOMA Mnclyii Arliuclr. Maclyn Arbuckle in Klaw and Erlauger's massive production, "The Kound-Up," is coming to this city Monday for three nights, when the Taooma theater will present for its patrons, soldiers, Indians and horses In great abundance. A whole army of Kedskins will be seen riding down into a Western canyon, and then the savages and the regu lars will engage in a battle which will be especially realistic frotn the use of gatling guns. "The Round-Up" has proved a sensa tion everywhere, and it goes with out saying that it will resume its career of prosperity. There will be an auxiliary organization of over 150 people. The seat sale for the engage ment here will start Saturday at 10 a. m. Mail orders with re mittance can be forwarded now. AT THE EMPRESS Empress patrons this week will find a remarkably well balanced bill at that playhouse, and one of real merit. Every act is a winner. In "The Night Porter," Van and Carrie Avery, have developed a most entertaining skit, the "Original Ratstus," who is the porter himself, being an excep tionally well rendered part and one of enough wit to keep the audience in a continuous heart felt laugh. Juggling, when dexterously performed, never ceases to please, and Paul Spadonl, whose special ty is cannon balls, cannons and other weapons, is a maater of the gentle art of keeping things in the air. Too much praise cannot be ac corded the Harmony Relies and Ueaux, singers. Their repertoire is well selected and more than pleasingly rendered. Amazing feats of athletic strength aro performed by the Three Spa Brothers. George Garden and his xylo phone were recalled by applause that was unueual in its volume and well deserved last evening. Mr. Garden has chosen pieces that are new and he presents them with the touch of an artist. Collier and De Walde are ex ceptional roller skaters who open the show with an act that is daintily and gracefully per formed. Wluit Texans Admiro Is hearty, '. vigorous life, accord ing to Hugh Tallman, of San An tonio. "We find," he writes, "that Dr. King's New Life Pills surely put Dew 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 Malstrom Drug Co., 938 Pacific ay. ■ t •-■■;./. ■_. . : Three Night*, Starting Monday MACIiVN AH BUCKLE In Klaw & Erlanger's Gigantic ':. Production :•,-.-. ■<■. /^fne\ SKI-H!J3Wfti»]Hl3l v lip / ■JMM|MKB .;:•■.:. Prices BOc to 91.n0 . , ,::. Seat Bate Saturday. ' : ; PRINCESS THEATER; r7. '. Mala 7760. s ■ . ' ',» A- ; THIS WEEK -^ In the Bishop's Carriage ■>-! v * ; PRICES—aoc, 80c, \ 80c.• °<-* Bargain ; Matinee Wednesday ' and Saturday—; and 85c.: THE TACOMA TIMES. INVENTOR SCRAPES BOTTOMS OF OCEAN LINERS WHILE 1$ WATER. An Australian ship master has made it unnecessary to dock ships for ordinary bottom scraping and cleaning. He has invented a machine that does the work while the vessel is tied up loading cargo and the only expense in current and the wages of the man eurred is that paid for electric who operates the machine. A submarine electric motor has been coupled to a set of brushes. These are lowered over TEATS WON'T DEMAND A RECOUNT OF VOTES In refuting a rumor on the street that he would demand a recount of. tfca ballots of the whole state, Qovnor Teats, pro gressive candidate for lieutenant governor, said today: "Why, I would not turn my hnnd over for the office. In fact, the way the thing has gone, I don't think I would care to go down there and preside over that bunch of standpatters. I had ICE BOX FOR HIM (Ily Vnlled Press Leased Wire.) BUTTE, Mont., Nov. 12. —Ben James, butcher, was robbed of $1,000 by two hold-ups anil thrown into his own ice-box. Al though he was found buried In a big cake of ice and nearly frozen stiff, he said he had a good night's rest. ja^^^ / / i//m In ■*// // /// *^/flf /// t til / i•» „'ffiwiiL_ 7/i /// -* /'rl /•/ tt " I •i^ •^ %^ ■■ ■ -*^ nnnjiriTnnninii nn rb naai if 502 savago-scohew Bwg., Tacoma I'll 1 fill II I I 1 ill II I I fill 111 II V Telephone Main 052 -.m^^P 111 I I 111 HI M 1 ' II J H II I I 111 Will Bill ft. £ STAFFORD I nil f S ! ' H 2 8 111 nII 305 Crary Building, Seattle. :iH\WyJ.!l..l.<- IUU II II UUIIII 1111 | .. . Telephone Main 8670. the side of the ship and the cur rent turned on. When the mo tor begins to whirr it not only turns the brushes and causes tin in to crawl along the ship's bottom, but it also operates a mi. ■ . propeller which pushes the Machine always against the side of Uio vessel. All the man in charge is required to do is to keep the machine from climbing OMt the bulwarks and to ■blft the machine along to a new path. Hoped we could get a bull moose koute and a good sprinkling in the senate, and then we might have done something. Hut now I would rather just be on the out- Bide and put in my time organiz ing and conducting an education al campaign." There will be no recount of bnllot.s at Teats' expense. Anyway, neither he nor anyone else yet knows how close he did come to election. "GIVE IS LOWES LIVING HA IKS," BAYS MAN, "YOr ABE CRAZY" SAYS TAFT WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 12. —Jeff Dowdell, a miner, appeared at the White House today and in sisted that President Taft and Ambassador Bryce confer with him regarding a reduction in the cost or living. He was arrested, pending an Investigation into his sanity. RENT COMES HIGH The city commissioners have before them an ordinance to ap propriate $1,420 to pay the rental for the harbor area beyond the St. Paul mill docks which the city secured last year from the state. This rental now that the area is not used seems pretty high, and the matter of a reduc tion may be taken up with the state. ISSUE BONDS NOW The Greeks who want to go back to fight and cannot now will have another way of help ing. They can loan money to their country. Bonds are to be issued in small denominations from $5 up to run for 10 years, and American Greeks are expect ed to buy several millions. JANITOR ON JOB With the new contagious hos pital nearing completion, Mayor Seymour has prepared an ordi nance to regulate Its operation. Regular attendants will be the matron and a janitor, the latter being a cook who will serve the meals to mm.it. s at 20 cents a meal. MILLS ANSWER Answering ex-Police Captain J. E. Darnell's complaint against him for violating civil service rules in discharging him from the police force. Commissioner A. U. Mills In court yesterday alleged that Darnell was not under civil service when bounced. 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