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Thursday, Dec. 5, 1912.
PRINCIPALS IN ARCHBALD IMPEACHMENT CASE Clarence Ron ("lark, senator from Wyoming* chairman of tlie senate committee. 1 M*\ #■ John 11. Jones, Scranton, who will tell nlxnit the sale of culm bunk proi>erty to Judge Archbald. «> <5> <S> JUDGE AND THE case <$> *■ ■» f. < B><s>^><s><j>^>4><^<S><s'<?><S><^<!> Robert Woodrow Archbald. Born Sept. 10, IS4B, at Car bondale, Pa. Graduated from Yale, 1871. Admitted to bar of Pennsyl vania, 1873. Married Elizabeth B. Cannon, Oxford, N. V., 1875. SECURE INJUNCTION AGAINST THE T. R. & P. Property owners along the old Steilacoom car line between Lemon's beach and Chambers creek bridge object to the aban donment of this part of the line nnd yesterday secured an injunc tion from Judge Card to pre vent the county commissioners from permitting the street car company to tear tip this line and run the Steilacoom service on the Traction line extending the track ~froiu the asylum to the Chambers creek line at the mouth of Chambers creek. 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These wafers are put up in a concentrated form, •which makes them act quickly and thoroughly. You can get Stuart's Calcium Wafers at any drug store at 50 cents a box. Begin taking them today and then look at yourself in the mirror in a few days, and find all those awful pimples, blackheads, acne, bolls, liver ■pots, rash, eczema and that muddy complexion rapidly disap pearing and your face cleared Uke the petal ot a flower. IHK SKlf VTOK BOARD OF MAXAGKHH WIiO~AYTLiTT)KFKXir ACCrsKITj I I)QE~ William P. Dilllnghum, senator from Vermont, republican. Edward J. Williams, Soranton, the principal witness against the judge. Judge common pleas court, Scranton, Pa., 1885-8. Presiding judge 4 sth district, Pa., 1888-1901. U. S. district judge, 1901-10. XJ. S. circuit judge. Bitting on commerce court bench, appointed December, 1910. Was a member of the Quay machine, and is now a member of Senator Pcnrose's machine. In 1901 when a partner in the Amity Coal company, he was The protestors are Fred P. Olson, A. .). Drum, A. Frazier, John J. llarvlie, Fred Williams, D. D. Day, Emma O. McCully, M. A. Carsen, C. C. French, Hue liih E. Ridgway, George Reif, Ouy L. Davidson, Thaddeus Hill, Peter Peterson, John Peterson and C. L. Rose. The company claims it can give better service over the new line and also that it has lost $17,000 on the Steilacoom line in the last three years. LOST MAN IS FOUND Detectives and others puzzled and searched yesterday for \V. A. Whitlock, who, his wife had in formed the department, had dis appeared from Walla Walla three weeks ago with $ l,0<)0 and had not been heard of since. A mysterious letter, brought in by a person claiming; to be a rela tive, purporting to be from Whit lock, gave the information that ho was about to be killed in the morning by bandits who were holding him. And all the day Whitlock had been at home with his wife, who had forgotten to inform the department of his re turn. EXPLAINS THEORY OF THEOSPHY Stating that Theosophy ex plains all seeming injustice in its doctrine of reincarnation and the law of cause and effect, Mrs. Marie Bernard Russak closed an interesting lecture at the Tem ple of Music last night. Mrs. Russak said the world in general was taking more than ever a greater interest in all that con cerns the hereafter life. HAD A KNIFE UP HIS SLEEVE John Delaney hid a knife in his sleeve as he was being escorted to a room in the city jail last night with his companion, James Ward, with whom he had been fighting when arrested. The knife dropped to the floor just as Delaney was entering the cell and was confiscated. - A NEW RAILROAD Transfer of shoreline property this week from Allen C. Mason to James M. Ashton and associ ates is thought to be the begin ning of right-of-way purchases for a now railroad which will skirt the sound from Tacoma to Seattle and Canada. Some say it Is to be an extension of the Canadian Northern. Knute Nelson, senator from Minnesota, republican. llUt WITXKSSKS AT IMI'KACHMKXT THIAti W. P. Boland, Scrnnton, who Ik said to have net the imp for the judf;e. charged by the supreme court of poods, and let off Hugo Rosen- Pennsylvania with so conducting I berg, an alleged $1,400,000 his business that it was a fraud smuggler, with a $25,000 fine. on the public. In 1911 he let off the members of the wire trust pool with small fines and was severely cen sured by Attorney General Wick ersham. In the same year he sent Dionysius Polla, a Greek smug gler, to jail for three months for bringing in $2,500 worth of <$•<s><s><s><s><s• 3><^<J>3><j><S><s><s>3><s><g's>.s<£c3><£<S>.e>3>.3><j-3><3>4><»'B> ■$> <£ •$> SHE SLAVS WOMAN'; ASKS HUSBAND TO GET DIVORCE ♦ <$> <$, '$> . (By Vnlted Pros s leased Wire.) <$> $> LOGANSPORT, Ind., Dec. s.—Urging her husband to <$> ♦ get a divorce as soon as she i s sentenced, Mrs. Elizabeth <S> <$> Lang, a bride of a day, who s hot and killed Mrs. Mary Cop- <$> ♦ pie at the wedding supper be cause the latter made alleged <?> <?> slanderous remarks concerning her, pleaded guilty today to <»> <?> a charge of manslaughter. <$■ <S> Sentence was deferred. L ang, the woman's husband, an- <»> ♦ nounced that he .would stand by his wife. <j> ♦ <S> <J>'^<s><J><J>^>4>>s><J><J><J><s><^<s><J>^><J><J><J>«J>^><J>4> << s >< J> ATTORNEY COMPLAINS OF CLIENT'S SETTLING UP A. D. Kerr was injured on the Milwaukee, and Attorney E. F. Masterson brought suit for him In federal court for $40,000. A little later the company slipped around and settled with Kerr for $4,000. This cut Masterson out. He went to court claiming he had been tricked. and asked STATE'S BIGGEST STOCKYARD TO BE IN TACOMA Tacoma has the largest stock yards in the state in operation today. The 0.-W. R. & N. com pany announced the new yards Sfy*&ea£tt& Sate / do not take Substitutes or Imitations GetthcWcllKnown UADI 8/^lef'C Round Package rivßlUVil 2* Iflllg MALTED MILK |ff|T»j¥f2pKM Made In the largest, best jjNlfJM'VlUxll equipped and sanitary Malted B MALTED MILK Made In the largest, best equipped and sanitary Malted Milk plant In the world r (sjj£s\ We do not makef 'milkproducts"— /^•U|P|/ Skim Milk, Condensed Milk, etc, l*^^^^a^!*l But th. Original- Genuine HORLICK'S MALTED MILK *»i«^^^ga=ii^*si Made from pure,* full-cream milk 'C^rJ^^yySS* off and the extract of select malted grain, """mo or milk «f^ reduced to powder form, soluble in s S )fs ljjj^£ \**^J water. The Food-drink for All Age*. *S^f"— *^r MTASK FOR "HORLICK'S" " ;.^^T —- . "-""^ Used all over the Globe The moat economical and nourishing light lunch. THE TA'COMA TIMES. August O. Bacon, senator from Georgia, democrat. K. T. Itolund, Si r.iiitou, who aided his brother in trapping Archbald. Early In 1912 charges against Judge Arehbald were made by W. P. Boland, Scranton, Pa., coal mine owner; E. J. Williams, a forme:' partner of Archibald's In a culm bank deal, and others. The charges against him are that he used his position as p' judge to get money and favoi* from men and corporations, es~- Judge Cushman to have the case go on. Now Ed Emann makes affidavit that the way Masterson got in the case was his brother, a bartender, sent for him and he met Emann in the saloon and Einann took him to Kerr, who insisted he did not want to sue but wanted to settle, Masterson urging him to sue. Shortly after that he brought suit. completed yesterday. They have a capacity for unloading 30 cars at one time, and will hold 900 head of cattle and 2,500 head of sheep and hogs. diaries A. Culberson, senator from Texas, democrat. William 11. Truesdalo, presi dent I iiii U.i w .iiiii.i railroad, wlio Is expected to testify for the judge. pecially the Erie, Lehigh Valey and I.ackawanna railroads, who hud or might have litigation be fore him. The house of representatives investigated the charges and by a vote of 222 to 1 decided to Im peaoh him before the senate. The judge's findings while on tliQ commerce court bench were consistently pro-railroad, and against the federal interstate ootnmeree commission. IKIGH CASE NEARING END Judge Clifford hoard the last argument* in the P. E. MoHugb $13",000 suit against the city this morning. City Attorney Stiles closing his argument yesterday after noon asserted that he hoped the Tacoma case would be used as a precedent by other cities and that if a city wished speedy work it fcliouhl adhere closely to its statutory rights and not permit contracts to bo amended uor ex tra work done. TEAMSTERS ENTERTAIN Prpsident Case of the State Federation of Labor was one or the important guests at an enter tainment and dance given lats ni^ht in Eagles' hall by Tacoma teamsters to the Women's Label league, and spoke entertainingly on the subject, "Women in tHe Unions." He said women were lending a great aid to organized labor Dy joining with men in unionism. Music and refreshments helped make the evening enjjoyable. We Are Forced TO GET OUT WE MUST DO IT QUICK And we are sacrifici ig this tremen dous stock of this Season's Goods. I Prices are cut way below manu- 1 facturer's cost in order that we I may quickly dispose of this big line of I Ladies' and Gentlemen's merchandise. I Our necessity is your Gain. This I is one of the greatest chances Tacoma I people have ever had to save big I money on such seasonable merchandise. I Doors Open at 9 o'Clock Friday I Morning-COME EARLY | For the Ladies LADIES'S2O.OO COAT 9. CO QC LADIES' $15.00 CARACUL C/l QC Cut to $oidU ("OATH. Cut to «Jk4iO3 LADIES' $30.00 COATS. 0.11 DO .INDIES 1 SKIHTS in Freucli Voile and Cut to «p llid J colon values to 0C A C _______________________ $20.00; cut to t^Ji'tJ JiADIES' $35.00 COATS. 010 QC ——--———■—-——-—---—-——-—- Cut to «PIUiUU $•*<> 00 WILLOW PLUMES. C 7 QK 18-in. Cut to ijll ,UJ LADIES $2.1.00 CARACUL CO OO • >■• c . u.w i . . . coats, cut to $S.uS i;\'" s T. : v to 88c T is.,.mi. Cut to uUv LADIES' $3.-.00 I'LISH 01OOC INDIES' PABTY GOWNS; 0 1 /I 0 Q COATS. Cut to S* 1 iU3 vllU( . s to $13. Cut to «> I (\;o\i LADIES' $40.00 I'LISII itir QC LADIES 1 $ia KAIN COATS. CO QC COATS. Cut to «ji I Ui«3 J Cut to 9OIJJ LAOIBi 1 $20 RAIN coats. c.7 nn For the "'" to $fi£J ror thf* —> XJ** UIV T.ADIKS' $!10 HAI.V COATS. 01 A QC I ■ Cut to l.vlJ g A V JL^^al, I.Mill SKIRTS; all colors; rliifton, j I "* Panamas mid screen; values CO /I OIN to $10. cut to iiioitu m MEN'S $25.00 si its. CQ QK * V ■ Cut to tfWitlU ———^———•——^———— ■ ____________________________ liADIES' $25.00 SUITS. CD QC ■ ——————————————— Cut to <JUiU«J ■ MKN'S $30.00 SI ITS. CIO QQ ■ Cut to dl.iOS -——————————--—--———— jm ____^^___^________^^__ liADIES' $:«().<>(» SUITS. «4 4QC _■ "~~~~~~'*~~~~<™1~~>~~~1~—~~—™" Cut to all 1 33 ■ MEN'S $:$5.00 SUITS. <p | A QQ t I ■ Cut to <?l'hou ' ■ _____^__^____^_^__^_ mm liADIES' $45.00 SUITS. CIC QC m ... Cut to $l3id3 I MEN'S $20.00 OVERCOATS. CO QC ___________________________ Ei Cut to 4>UiD«j m SILK MESSALINK I'ETTH^OATS; S """""""^—»^i^——^^—^^i— values to $5.00. C 1 CO M MEN'S $30.00 OVKRCOATS. CIO 00 Cut to $I iD m Cut to t(MOiO3 ____________________ Rj . ■ $5.00 PLUMES. . QC« H MEN'S RAIN COATS. Oil DC Cut to 33C M Cut to vptiUO „»___«_________»,____________,_. ■ —————^—-^-^^—— $10.00 PLUMES. CO QC M MEN'S $18 RAIN COATS. CROC Cut to $£i3U m Cut to »pUi JO __________^_^_______^ B "~^"^"~~~~~~~^"^~^~~"~~~~> LADIES' SILK, SERGE AND VOILE _S MEN'S $»0 RAIN COATS. Cl/I QQ DRESSES; vulues to $25. CC 07 * V Cut to «p I'+iOO Cut to ; $oiol - I ■ Enj This Entire Stock Is NEW, Hav-1 ing Been Bought for This I Season's Trade I 1140Pac.Ave. PAGE THREE. I