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Second Annual Grand Concert fill Will He Given l>, the i vrii:n iwkdikh m»i.i: CMltlillS . of the HlMlon < linn tic of Tirana ilfxl ftrnttlo . ■ Assisted by Other Talent . at the , . . linttll mission TAItKH NACI.K Tor. So. Illlli Klltl I sir.-. I- Tin ic-iiw KVKM.NtJ. \o\. 14 - • Admission 25 Ouln Ijovers of Rood music should not fail to hear mim of the best Scandinavian (ilereH as well as a number of sacred songs. Extra Special Suit Sale $10.00 45 Suits in navy blue serge, di agonal worsteds, navy and brown cheviots and tweeds; values $17.".0, $19. $21.C0 to $23.50. Extra Bpeclal for Wednesday Belling. C 1f) fl fl Your choice «j> I UiUU Suits at $17..1() Beautiful plain tailored and Norfolk Suits In mannish wor steds, navy blue serge, cheviots, etc., value $23.50, $24.75 to $27.50. Your CM 7 Cfl choice Wednesday., «p 1 I ivIU Women's & Misses' Sample Coat & Suit Shop R. J. Quick, Prop. 609-10-11-12 Fidelity Bldg. Take Elevator sth Floor. ANOTHKR BIG BARGAIN A beautiful box of Assorted writing paper and envelopes. They make a beautiful Christ mas present. Bt*e our window. Tour choice for only 98c. Take the precaution of buying a bottle of Malxtroni's Cough Syrup. Cures coughs and colds immediately. RYNEU MALBTROM I'fv. ription S|m< iuli>< 938 Pacific ay N. B. —5 extra Green Starnpß with a 50c purchase if you bring this adv. Strong Trunks ■-*-"■ "". . '.*. - 5"" """,.■" ■ ■ i are a necessity to the , regular 5 traveler, the drummer " and .. the ' tourist. We "S provide •;; for '<: th* wan of all | these, by I laying ■In a S large and I varied J stock |-' of 4 * fine ; Strong Trunks .of I every size | and ' style. Also' traveling baggage, In | great 1 variety. We i: have from I heavy sample' trunks *" % down .*.' to i ■bopping I bags I and » . though >, the qualities are ; high the) prices ? are low. TACOM A TRUNK fcas:S 931 V Street. YOU'LL FIND IT HERE "Hickory IlludKcon, town mar shal <>' Itoelcysport, has dyed his mustache black. This ain't no disguise ter trap crooks, but a concession to th' fair MS, of which many arc -mil to have cast a lan- Kutaliiu' eye In his direction." MARRIAGE UCBNSBB. Russell G. Wendt and Nellie Gaw Adams, both of Tacoma; Samuel Phillips and Eva Bagley, both of Seattle. Leander V. Laferniere was to day granted a change of name to Leander V. Farnum. Fred Grenstrom Is suing the T. R. & P. company for $11,075 for alleged injuries sustained Jn a traction car mishap on July 15. John Arndt, a farmer, has started suit againat the county for recovery of $500 for the spilling of a cart of strawberries on the county road between Puyallup and Tacoma. Fred Lathe, deputy IT. S. Mar shall in the Seattle office, took up his new duties in the Tacoma office yesterday. Herman Grossman says the rope was rotten with which his employer, Andrew Becker, tried to lower him into a well they ere digging and he wants $5,000 damages for the fall he got. John Speed Smith, U. S. na turalization examiner, left the state yesterday for a month* vacation. The franchise wanted by the Scandinavian-American bank for heating all the blocks between loth and 11th streets will be giv en a second reading tomorrow. It offers the city 1 per cent of the revenues derived. Miss Lilla Miller sued Ferdin and J. Mead before Justice Gra ham yesterday for $10 salary as stenographer. Axel Peterson of Rigney Hill is in jail awaiting Investigation by a lunacy commission. He thinks neighbors put poison in his bed. Forty-one applicants for citi zenship were before Judge Easi orday yesterday, of which 12 were admitted, several held over and Paul Kenna and Emil Behrens were denied because they entered the country by deserting ships on which they were sailors. S. Stllamas, Greek private de tective, was lined $20, his star taken from him and his revolver confiscated In police court, for carrying concealed weapons. Senator Peder Jensen, charged with embezzling state funds as a member of the state pharmacal board amounting to |1,180.60, Health Restored By Eckman's Alterative * Valuable Remedy for Throat and If you are a sufferer fron. Glandular Tuberculosis, or know of anyone to afflicted. It might be well to Investigate this case, where the writer declares after a year of Nui'i'urliiK, he found permanent re lief and full recovery to health by using- Eckman's Alterative, a med icine which has been effective in many cases of Tuberculosis- 257 l-urii.iton St., Phila., Pa. "Gentlemen:—ln March, 1909, I was taken sick and my doctor pro nounced my case 'Tuberculosis in the Glands." Medical treatment did not help me, and on my doctor's advice, I went to a hospital to be operated upon, but- relief was only temporary. I lost strength and at times would have cold sweats and fever. In Arrit, l»10, I returned to the hospital, but the continued operations were not benefiting me. "In the meantime, a frtt-nd of mine advised Eckmaras Alterative, saying it was good for Tuberculo sis. The wounds in my nei-k were still open and In a frightful con dition when I started to take It. After using two bottles, I fouml 1 was Improving. having gained weight, could eat and was able to sleep. I continued using it until I was well, which wag in November, 1910. Hefore I took the medicine I had three hemorrhages; since I have been taking it, I have not had any. On November 11, 1910, I Btiiited to work, and since that time I have not lost one day's work through sickness. I can highly rec ommend Kckinnn's Alterative to anyona who Is suffering from Tu berculosis or Gland trouble, provid ing they take It as directed. I will gladly correspond with any party desiring further Information of what the medicine did for me." (Sworn affidavit) JOSEPH B. WHITE. Krkman's Alterative Is effective In Hronchltls, Asthma, Hay Fever; Throat and Lung Troubles and In upbuilding the system. Does not contain poisons, opiates or hablt formlng drugs. For sale by lead ing druggists. Ask for booklet K'lllriK of recoveries and write to Eokman Laboratory, Philadelphia, Pa., for additional evidence. tnswered before Justice Bvans yesterday and the case was set for trial November 21. Frank E. Jeffries Is not eatls liod at the verdict of $2,500 dam ages secured by S .J. Maxwell against him for injuries rrom Jeffries 'automobile, and has asi: ed for a new trial. Special Bervices will be held at the English Lutheran enuro'i. South ">th and I, Wednesday and Thursday nights. It cost John Horatm, Frank Foal and Joe Stone just |#0 in police court for a free fight on the streets. Arthur Darrow of Seattle, ar rested for stealing Mrs. \V. H. Kneo'.and'g automobile and leav ing It damaged in a ditch, was released on $500 ball by Justice Graham yesterday. Educational departments of the Y. M. C. A. last night held a ban quet and entertainment with a feast of reason and flow of soul in which A. H. Denman, M. .7. Fuller, Bernard Lambert, Dr. C. Stuart Wilson, George Blackburn, ('. Z. Hueston, L.. N. Pease and W. H. Bull spoke. New directory gives Walla Walla 21,900 population. Judge Carroll, Tacoma, is baok of a deal by which California capitalists will take over 1,000 acres of farm land for placer ruin ing near Waldo, Oregon. C. M. Rogers, manual training teacher at Chehalls high school, will roll a peanut down Main street to pay an election bet with a woman teacher. Ho bet on Taft. Spokane democrats want Fh-n --est Lister to come over and at tend a banquet. '*'<£ >s> <s><s><s><i><s><j'3><s><§><3><s><s><i> <$> <». • lAiSH RY mUC IN TACOMA ♦ ♦ The report of the ftre ♦ # chief for October shows the ♦ ♦ total loss by fire in the city ♦ ♦ was $24,828 during the ♦ ♦ month. All but about $4,- ♦ •$> 000 of this was on the con- 3> •$> tents of building. It was ♦ •i> pretty well covered by in- <*> • surance, the insurance loss • # being $22,378. <s> ® <& Q &<§<§> Q> <$><$<§>"$> 4> & Q> & <$ Rev. W. O. Simpson, Little Falls pastor, was attacked in the dark by an assassin but he ward ed off tho dagger and the villain fled. It was supposed to be Jack Anargee, a Turk, whom the pas tor gave a sound thrashing re contly for making indecent ad vances to i.vo little girls. "If you want pure pork sausage, ask for Diamond T. C. Brand. All first-cIaRS markets handle them. Made by the Curstens Packing Company." "Advertisement." Car manufacturers of this coun try and Canada have placed an order for 100,000,000 feet or lumber with the Grays Harbor mills. Argonaut Hotel, 1007 Pac. ay. Cafe and grill in connection. "Advertisement." Puyallup Is talking about In stalling a municipal light and water plant at Maplewood Springs. Airtight heaters, $1.50 and up. Ewlng Hardware Co., 1111 C st. Main 7750. "Advertisement." Supreme court affirmed Pierce county court In the case of Carl Blom vs. Blom Codfish Co., and In the case of Sorenson vs. tne Denaher Lumber company. Father Kneipp'N Malt Coffee. Duenwald's, 818 11th, near C. "Advertisement." With 17 precincts still out In the state the gubernatorial vote stands: Hay, 9 5,093; Lister, 96, --456. All of you, Scandinavians and Americans, are cordially Invited to the concert given by the Unit ed Male chorus, consisting of about 50 voices. In the Swedish Tabernacle next Thursday even ing. "Advertisement." Rev. E. C. Wheeler of Tacoma was elected moderator of the con ference of the Northwest Congre gational association at Seattle. BLOUNT IS IT (I'.y Cntted Press Leased Wire.) WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 12. --Judge James H. lount of Geor gia will probably be President elect Wilson's choice for gover nor general of the) Philippines to suoeeed Governor Fortes, ac cording to report here today. ICE BRRAKS; 2 BOYS LOST SETTLER, Alberta, Nov. 12. — Running upon thin ice after ducks Saturday, th« two sons of Mr. Curtis here loat their lives when the ice broke. Their ages were 6 and 10 years. Both bodies were recovered by the father. WHAT RKI.ATION ARE THKY? PORTLAND, Ore., Not. 12. — Otto Ellas Foster, 18 years old. farmer of Vancouver, Wa«li., and Mac BeHangla, 17, step brother and step sister, w«re married to day. The father of the girl and the moth«r of the boy are hus band and wife. THE TACOMA TIMES. Blanche Ring, Well Known Here, Now Has Better Half BLANCHE RING. also treads boards when circum stances Insist. Miss Rinx made public her matrimonial venture when she reached Worcester today. With her was her new better half, and both wore all smiles. After some persuading the comedienne ad mitted she had become a married person and stated a justice of the NEW YORK, Nov. 12.—"Wor cester, Mass., Nov. 11. —Blanche Ring was married last week in Boston to Charles Winninger, of Wausaw, Wis." The foregoing telegraphic dis patch received by morning news papers last night gave the first intimation to Broadway and the atrical circles all over the country that Miss Ring, singing come dienne, at present starring in "The Wall Street Girt," has taken unto herself a husband. Charles Winniger Is stage manager, who §m McMillan W ddac Cut Rate Druggists 13th and C st. fidelity Bldg., C st. McDOXALI"^ CANDIKS Willow's Imogene Per- MCDONALD'S CANDIK9 Willows Imogene Per- Fresh stock received each fume, $1.2 a per. yc rt week _ oz. Special I UU SLXimiKS c«am'" l. ?!? 40C $1.00 Hair . R7 Wool Puffs, 50c, 25c, 15c. 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Rupp hates to see the old republican party die. So he 1b going to try to save it with cold cash. He wants to adopt the socialist plan of organization, and when the executive committee meets at Tacoma hotel tomorrow afternoon Rupp will launch his scheme. He wants state headquarters openod here, and then they will start out to enlist aB many members as they can who will put up 50 cents a month for the next four years to create a slush fund to save the old party. He thinks he ought to get 10, --000 patriots at once. This would give $60,000 a year. EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYES MIX Stone-Klsher's store last night was the scene of high revelry, the occasion being the semi-annual Boclal meeting of employes and employers. Members of both the Stone and Fisher families, who have recently returned from an European tour, entertained with vivid and amusing accounts, of their trip. Dancing followed. MAY BE CRAZY (By United Vress Ix-ased Wire.) SACRAMENTO, Nov. 12. — George Maine, who walked into the police station here, stating that he was one of the men who held up the Shasta Limited near Redding Friday night, is believed to be insane. Maine claims that his partners, Harry Davis and Jim Gallagher, are hiding near Rose vine, and Chief of Police Ahem will take the prisoner there to in vestigate. He will be examined as to his sanity. YOUNG ASTOR HAS BIRTHDAY NEW YORK, Xov. 11.—Wil liam Vincent Astor, son of tiie late Col. John Jacob Astor, will celebrate his 21st birthday tta week and on Friday will come into a fortune estimated at $75, --000,000. HE IS GOING SOME (Ky I'nited Press leased Wire.) NEWPORT, R. 1., Xov. 12.— With the return from Boston this week of Prince Genarro Carjc ciolo of Italy, society here today is speculating as to his probable choice among three prominent girls to whom he proposed. The prince has asked three members of Newport society to marry him. GUNMEN ON TRIAL (lly United Press Leased Wire.) NEW YORK, Nov. 12.—With the jury box filled, the taking of the testimony in. the trial of the four New York gunmen charged with the slaying of Gambler Her man Rosenthal started today. Mi nor witnesses described finding the body in front of the Metro pole hotel. TO BE UNIVERSAL (Ny United Press Leased Wire.) NEW YORK, Nov. 12. — Uni versal suffrage in the United States and Great Britain within ten years will result from Uie woman suffrage victories in Ore gon, Michigan and Kansas, ac cording to Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, president of the National Woman Suffrage association, here today. WILS CLEANS UP (By United Press Leased Wire.) TRENTON, N. J., Nov. 12.— Governor Wilson automobiled here today from Princeton. He will attend to state matters and confer with his New Jersey aides as to the course to be pursued in the "clean-up campaign" In state affairs which he had planned be fore his Induction into the presi dency. The Demons of the Swamp are mosqultos. As they sting they put deadly malaria germs in the blood. Then follow the icy chilis and the fires of fever. The appetite flics and the strength falls; also malaria often paves the way for deadly typhoid. But Electric Bitters kill and cast out the malaria germs from the blood; give you a fine appetite and renew your strength. "After long suffering," wrote Wm. Fret well, of Luoama, N. C, "three bot tles drove all the malaria from my system, and I've had good health ever since." Best for all stomach, liver and kidney Ills. 60c at Ryner Malstrdm Drug Co., 938 Pacific ay. If, - Ton, Chine** Medicine Cm. !^BEs^^a. Testimonial: ■ • KB . I have b«en «uf- *-< ■Hsf*" >!m (•fins severely lE|-32n3l from kidney trou- B^iV bl* and rheuma \o| ay ti«m (or th« - past \WBBI * yr*-, and have TliiiMrk. bain doctor) continually wlth dffift^HlHout relief. After your won derful r«tnedl««, k under • your treatment - for I weeks, i the I>alo and - iorcneas • have entirely di» --• ppeared. Toum truly, P. A. Sni der. (710 So. Taklma ay., Tiooma. A wonderful Chlneae medicine. Send Jo atamp for question blank to, lHm Paclflo ay.. Main MM. WOMAN ENJOYS SEVEN LONG SEASONS OF WHALE HUN TING MRS. S. F. COTTLE AND THE Mrs. 8. F. Cottle, wife of the skip|K>r of the whaling stcmiier Itelvedere, has made five trips to the Far Xorth. Mrs. Cottio has passed seven seasons in (he Arctic on board a whaler, remaining; with her hus band and his ship over two win ters. Captain Cottle is a successful whalehunter. He has never had a failure and he firmly believes his success is due to the pres ence of his wife on board his command. Now there is no reason that de mands the presence of Mrs. Cot tie during these expeditions, ex cept one—Mrs. Cottle loves her husband and refuses to be sep arated from him for a single day. The Cottles are New England ers. Not a lew of Mrs. Cottle's relatives are holding office in the national capital and when she is not seeking the capture of the elusive whale she is vis iting friends and relatives in the east, with her husband. Quickly Banishes Dandruff and Puts Radiance into Hair Scalp Itch Goes Over Night and All Hair Worries Cease When You Use Parisian Sage Hair Tonic FAVORITE HAIR DRESSING OF AMERICA'S BEAOTIES No poisonous sugar of lead no pi i ur— dye in PAKISIAN SAGE. All fair minded phurma cists advise its use. The cleanest, daintiest, most refreshing and delightful hair tonic in the world is Parisian Sage. If you do not use it you are daily missing a glorious treat. It is simply spleudid for men, women and children. It is sold at drug and department stores and toilet goods counters for only 50 cents a large bottle. A&k for I'ui-ixian Sage Hair Tonic for your own protection. The girl with the Auburn hair Is on every carton and bottle. "Fifty Years Ago, When Golden Wedding Rye Was Young" '"■*■ j^ms*' *<£r *» * 4"4J^HHS^UfnV\ 9*" *Vu "' * JfwW*,> IJjt J"^i. IBi^D^i^^l^l ' \ i^) The . natural goodness and mellow, mild smoothness of flavor produced from Nature's best grain by our exclusive process is apparent at once in Golden Wedding. For fifty years we have maintained that perfect standard. • ; Contains the rare virtues. that belong only -^ fill v to absolutely pure whiskey. ■ , ■ : . - • ■ ■.-. \JU It la made differently from ordinary whte- JfS^OTuSmiri ■ kles --...-; ,-. ;., ; i; ■:: i ':. STAMP I The special formula and process of dis- *■-—^7Mg» v"' tilling Golden Wedding keep In the original /W&B&\ : quality— the natural mellowness, and mild- taSa &Cb ness. ■■ . \. UhHHHE .; Note the pleasant, effective stimulation It . . •aui»i>L«a? affords, without undesirable after-effects. ■ ,'. jjJSW WQJ^j. See that it has the Government stamp over ■ '*isfl« B the cork. I "Made Differently k^ (73) l*(. 1862 Tuesday, Nov. 12, 1912. WHALING SHIP UELVKD^RH. Three years ago when the Cot* ties returned from the Far Nortb their share of oil and bone result ed in an increase in their batik account of nearly fr.O.iOO. IB April, 1911, when they sailed for the Arctic on the Belvedere, Mrs. Cottle explained that they needed the profits else they would have continued to reside in Washington and New York. REFUSES SALARY NEWTON, Mass., Nov. 12. — For the twentieth consecutlv* year, Dr. Francis Curtis has refus ed to accept the salary of $1,000 offered him by the city for Ills work as superintendent of the board of h«alth. Dr. Curtis Always said $1,500 was the proper remuneration for his servieee and, rather than ao cept the $1,000 offered, has given, his services free for the last twea ty years. Parisian Sage drives out all dandruff and stops hair from faHU Ing in two weeks. It Btops itcHl ing scalp in 12 hours. It is a hair nourisher and promptly puts life, luster and beauty into dull, faded and 11N looking hair. Mrs. Geo. Brown, No. 10 B, High St., Rockville, Conn., writes: "After I used the first bottle of Parisian Sage my half stopped falling out and I hay* never had any trouble since. I do not think there is anything better for falling hair or Itching sculp than Parisian Sage. Virgea Drug Co. guarantees it.