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Tuesday, Jan. 14, 1913.
♦ <S> «> WHAT LEGISLATURE J>ID <8> 3> Republicans aided by de mocrats organize both houses <J> <8> of the legislature. <3> <S> Howard U. Taylor defeats Thomas J. Corkery for <$> ♦ speakership. "S> ♦ Pliny L. Allen defeats R. R. Hutchinson for president v "$> pro tern. "S" "S> Progressives loae fight to take committee appoint- <!> <S> mints from the speaker. <P <*> Bill passed appropriating $90,000 for the expenses of ■• «> the legislature. <5> «> Fight promised on fconfl rmation of Gov. Hay's recess <$> (• appointments. $> t> <5> ASIA TO REMODEL By remodeling his store at 1146 South C street, S. B. Asia plans to make a decided Im provement Jn the appearance ot his establishment and at the lame time increase his floor ipace by almost a third. When sompleted it will be one of the Miir..i exclusive women's fur nishing stores in the northwest. The additions to the store will include three new departments and will require the employ ment of more clerks. I VITAL STATISTICS | Died. Sandera, Jo«cph — Bo years old, Mon day at Spanaway. Remains are at Hoska-Buckley-KlnK'B. iniiii.iN. just pii— years old, Monday. In a hospital. Remains at Hoska-Buckley-King's. FunernlH. Onrn, Chnrlea—Monday from Mel linwr'B. Interment, Tacoma cemetery. M.-Mitri. l.i.lleii June — Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Ft. Stewart. 5715 So. Park aw, Mon day. Interment, Tacoma ceme tery. lliiMliin. Innnc—At Roy later this week. Krfinhel, Therenn—"Wednesday at 1 p. m. In Parkland. Interment, Parkland. I'iihl. rimrlex—Remains removed to St. Ijciuls for interment. How to Acquire Health and Beauty TO PURIFY THK HI.OOD — When cold weather comes the skin frequently grows sallow ami pimply, bolls anil other eruptions some times appear. This condition calls for a reliable blood-cleanser and to make a good, old-fashioned system tonic of tried merit. get from any drug store an ounce of kardene;: dissolve this and a half cupful of sugar In a half-pint of alcohol (not whiskey) then add enough hot water to make a quart. A table spoonful of this tonic before each meal will soon clear the blood of all impurities, restore lost appetite and bring hack the ruddy glow of health to the cheeks. There Is nothing to compare with this simple tonic for toning up the body and doing away ■with that run-down, tired feeling. SIMPLE EYE-TONICFor anyone whose eyes are Inflamed, weak or expressionless, the following tonic will be very helpful: Dissolve an ounce of crystos in a pint of water and put a few drops In each eye dally. This tonic Is very strength ening and soothing to weak or in flamed eyes. For brightening up the eyes and making them beauti ful and sparkling it is splendid. Oculists use It for treating granu lated lids, and it Is a great aid to those who wear glasses. TO SHAMPOO QUICKLY — Or dinary shampoo methods are time consuming and very tiresome. How ever, if you will try a tcospoonful of cantlirox dissolved in a cup of hot water, you will have a sham poo that cleanses perfectly, rinses easily and dries in just a few min utes. This simple shampoo is in expensive and recommended very .highly by halr-speciallsts. It re moves dandruff and irritation of the scalp and leaves the hair soft, glossy and fluffy. It does not ■ streak or bleach the hair like soap [ehumpoos and Is often spoken of as "the perfect shampoo." "Advertisement." Moving and Storage Merchants' Delivery Main JOS. MY FRIEND! If you are suffering with rheu matism, just so SURE as daylight tomorrow morning I can make you weH and strong. The Bank of California NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Established 1804. Capital and Surplus $16,300,000.00 Ban Francisco Portland Tacoma Seattle TACOMA BRANCH The Bank of California Building, Tacoma. WAPPENSTEIN MUST STAY IN PRISON (By United Press leased Wire.) OLYMPIA, Jan. 14. —Wappen- steln must serve out his term. The special report of Elmer E. Todd, who investigated the charges of fraud and corruption in connection with the prosecu tion and conviction of the ex-chief of police of Seattle for bril>e-tak ing, proves so overwhelming that "Wappy" was proiverly tried and convicted, that Governor Hay, who retires from office tomorrow, is left without an excuse for free ing the prisoner. WANT KICiHT OF WAY. Condemnation proceedings brought by the town of Ruston against the property of nearly half its residents in an effort to obtain right-of-way for streets and roads, began today before Judge Clifford. CMCBjH SAM'S NEW CHIttF ■MDUTO. WILL.IAM J. PLYNN, who succeeds John E. Wilkle as chief of the customs service, has been one of the government's gleths many years. Recently he has been head of the New York bureau. THE OPTIMIST. A mansion does not make a home, And servants always chat, And so I never want to roam From my Email four-room flat. You cannot eat a dining room, And silver won't digest; So in my kitchen there's no gloom, I eat my meals with zest. I have no grand reception halls, No china stacked in nooks, No costly art adorns my walls, But I have lots of books. My purse is slim, but I have health, And so I always feel That I am blessed with lots of wealth That no blame thief will steal. —Cincinnati Enquirer. Profitable Companion. Mrs. Winks—ls your husband a good poker player? Mrs. Blnks —I don't think so. The men are always urging him to play.—Somerville Journal. MARINE Str. Santa Ana discharging cop per at Tacoma smelter. Br. str. Birdwell loading plaster for Vancouver. Str. Admiral Sampson discharging freight in Seattle, will reload here. Str. City of Topek;i is being re paired at San I'ranclsco. Str. Canada Maru loading for the Orient In Seattle. Str. Shtdzouka leaves for the Ori ent today from Seattle. What Makes a Woman? One hundred and twenty pounds, more or less, of bone and muscle don't make a woman. It's a good foundation. Put into it health and strength and she may rule a king dom. But that's just what Elec tric Bitters give her. Thousands I)less them for overcoming faint ing and dizzy spoils and for dis pelling weakness, nervousness, backache and tired, listless, worn out feeling. "Electric Bitters have done me a world of good," writes Eliza Pool, Depew, Okla., "and I thank you, with all my heart, for making such a good medicine." Only 50c. Guaran teen by Ryner Malstrom Drug Co., 938 Pacific ay. HERE'S TAFT WEARING MEDAL FROM B'NAI B'RITH. President Taft, wearing the medal given him by the great Jewish order of B'nai B'rith as a token of appreciation of his efforts in behalf of the Jewish people in abrogating the treaty with Rus sia. Members of the executive council, who presented the medal to the president are (from left to right)— Julius I. Peyser, Washington, D. C; Charles Hartman, New York; Jacob Furth, St. Louis; Simon Wolk, Washington (the president); Adolph Kraus, Chicago; Edward N. Calish, Richmond, Va.; Judge Pliiliii Stein, Chicago; Alexander Seel ingfr«und, Chicago, and Jacob Singer, Philadelphia. * THEATERS * 3><S><S>«P<s><S>'S'<?>'^<S>^><S><S>3><s>'& THEATRICAL <§> Tacoma — Tonight, David ♦ <•> Warfield in "The Return of ♦ <$> Peter Grimm, Belasco <$> <$> drama. Balance of week, •$> <e> African Lion Hunt pictures. 3> <& . «> <$> Princess — All week, with ♦ ■•> matinee Sunday and Thurs- <$> i' day, the Princess players in <? <s> "In Mizzoura." £• «> <$> >$> Empress—All week begin- <p # ning today, afternoon and ♦ ■«> evening, six vaudeville acts. <$> <§> <?> <$> Pantages—All week, be- <S> ♦ ginning today, afternoon ♦ ♦ and evening, t>lx vaudeville <?> <•> acts. <§> <$> ■$> * AT THE TACOIffA ~* David Warfleld came back to the Tacoma theater last night in "The Return of Peter Grim." Of the 2,;'i00 people who crowd ed into the theater, all went with the consolation of knowing that they were going to see one of the world's greatest actors. Needless to say, David Warfiold disappoint ed no one. In fact, he added hundreds of others to the admir ing throng who had already seen the wonderful man in "The Music Master." Warfield is great because his acting is so simple, so real that you don't see the painted actor on the stage. You don't talk in the atricals when you see the great Belasco star. In fact, you don't talk at all; you are awed. You THIS HOME-MADK COUGH SYRUP WILL SURPRISE YOU. Stops Even Whooping Cough Quickly, A Family Supply at Small Cost. Hero Is a home-made remedy thai takes hold of ii rough Instantly, and will usually curt the most ■tubborn case in "I hours. This recipe makes a pint—enough for a whole family. You couldn't buy as much or ns good ready-made cough syrup for $2.50. Mix one pint of granulated sugar with H Pint of warm water, and stir 2 minutes. Put 2*£ nunees of Pincx (fifty rents' worth) in :i pint bottle, and add the Sugar Syrup. This keeps perfectly and has a. pleasant taste —children like It. Braces up the appetite and is slightly laxative, which helps end a cauffh. You probably know the medlral value of pine In treating asthma, bronchitis and other throat trou bles, sore lungs, etc. There is noth ing better. Plnex is the most val uable concentrated compound of Norway white pine extract, rich In guaiacol and all the natural heal ing pine elements. Other prepara tions will not work In this formula. The prompt results from this In expensive remedy liuic made friends for It In thousands Of homes in the United States and Canada, which explains why the plan has been Imitated often, but never successfully. A guaranty of absolute satisfac tion, or money promptly refunded, goes with this recipe. Your drug gist has Plnex. or will get It for you. If not, send to The Pinex Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind. At the Risk of His Life Harry LAW Explodes 500 pounds of dynamite in mid air and leaps for his life. £ -CIRCUIT r* vCtheaterDC 5c—918 Pac. av.—sc THE TAdtfMA TIMES see a real man actually doing the real things of life. And when Peter Grimm leaves the world and returns in the form of a spirit to correct the things he didn't do right, David War field reaches the height of per fection. His work is so thorough that you forget about shudders when the ghost api>ears in the dark, you are so enrapt In watching him. Peter Grimm corrects the mistakes he made in real life, and Warfield's interpretation is so accurate that there is no room for doubting that the man who made "The Music Master" is a real master in his art. The supporting company is worthy. The "Return of Peter Grimm" will be repeated tonight. There is quite a baby colony among the wild animals caught by the camera on Paul J. Rai ney's expedition to British East Africa, motion pictures of which will be shown and described at the Tacoma theater again for four days, starting Thursday. There is a baby elephant which: the mother chastises because it insists on drinking before the; hole is cleaned out for it; there; is a baby rhino which consumes vast quantities of milk aud fol-j lows its keeper around like a: puppy, and not forgetting the baby ostriches less than a week old, caught on the veldt. David H iiriii l;l nt the Tacoma tonight. * AT THE PANTAGES * • . • The Four Hums Sisters are the one best bet, or the four best bets, whichever you please, at Pantages theater this week. The girls have personal pulchritude plus, they are sure-enough musi cians, and two of them are mighty talented singers—one having an especially strong so prano voice. The other is a con tralto, and, withal, the four girls, really-and-truly sisters, offer one of the prettiest acts that Manager Timmons has had In many a day. Second place on the bill la a toss-up between the Melnotte- Lanole troupe of wire walkers (two agile young chaps and two smashing good-looking girls) and Alice Teddy, the gkating bear. The trainer of Alice Teddy has added an undressing scene which does not add a whit to the value of the act. Josh Dale is a burnt-cork art-] Ist who went very well last even ing and Dugan and Raymond have a familiar "Messenger Boy and Girl" act that drew a lot of laughs. The boy half of the team has a bit of native humor that puts the work across very nicely. There is another team of sing ers and dancers on the bill not programmed, and the motion pic ture offering is "Paul Reveres Ride," which is not very true to historical accuracy, but entertain ing. On the whole, the bill at "the Pan" this week is above the av erage of popular vaudeville. EYES EXAMINKD RIGHT (JlasNi-N Right! Prices Right! < \s\\ ill. OPTICAL 00. 742 St Helens ay. AT THE EMPRESS "Kaufmann's Roller Skating Girls"—pretty—beautifully train ed -handsomely costumed —they are the best act of the kind that has come over the Empress cir cuit, well, ever. Two other acts, singles, follow the roller skaters closely for best honors, those of .Marie Stod dard and Gilbert Losee. Both these are singing acts. I_om sings in three voices—admirably. Miss Stoddard carried away the house last night with her unusual song comedy. One thing saved "The Maid and the Meddler." Otherwise their act must have gone flat last evening. But their cloßlng song and that dance, the ran de lous waltz it is called, pulled them out of the depths in time for a good round of applause. The ron de lous? Yes, it's the last word in society waltzes. Lola Stantonne Paulisch plays the violin well. A strong woman and a strong man open the bill. Les Adlers, they call themselves. They are good. r * ( CIRCUIT THK.VTKR •$> .One of the most sensational of motion picture films will be shown at the Circuit theater for three days, beginning today. An aeronaut. rises to a height of 500 feet in a balloon which carries 200 pounds of dynamite. Touching the explosive with the lighted end of a cigar, he is blown into the air. His 500-foot dive is not the least startling feature. TONIGHT David Belasco Presents DAVID WARFIELD In David Belasco's Thrilling Play "THK RETURN OK PKTKR GRIMM" Prices soc to $2.00. I'OUK DAYS, STARTING THURSDAY Matinees Friday, Sittunlay and Sunday. Return Engagement Motion Picture Sensation of the World. Paul J. Rainey's African Hunt New facts about one of the great est hunting trips of modern times Prices 2Br and 50c. Reserved Scats "princess theater MAIM 7700 THIS WEEK "IN MIZZOURI" Bargain Matinees Wednesday and Saturday, 10c and SSc. Evening Prices, 20c, Me and Me, i World's Standard of Vaudeville EMPRESS Direct from the Winter Garden in Berlin, and what is declared to be one of the daintiest and most fascinat ing acts on any stage is Nick Kauffman's ROLLER SKATING GIRLS A Peach of an Act, and All the Girls Are Peaches IF "YOU CAN NOT I,AUGH, STAY AWAY FROM THE EMPKKBB MARIE STODDARD Les Adlers Gilbert Losee Leonard and Meredith Lolo Stantonne Paulisch DISCUSSES BROTHERHOOD Rev. E. L. Benedict Sunday dis cussed the Jason. bee Brotherhood to which men In the Mason Metho dist church belong- He said it 111 to cultivate religious life, to study local and other politics and stand for good morals, to assist young men to better their conditions, to work for uplift In the community. TO OI'KN A 1.1.1 \ To forestall citizens who are about to begin erecting houses on the ground, the city this morning ordered the city attorney to begin condemnation proceedings to open up the alley between Alder and Lawrence and between North 21st and 24th streets this morniiiK One property owners has already dug a cellar right where the alloy will go through. «> MARRIAGK IJCKXSKS. <*> <j> .$> <§> <j> ( s> <$> <j> <j> <j> <j> <$> .•■■ <j> <t> 11. Kamada of Los Angrelcn anil Kotsura Watanabe of Japan; Nathan James Thurston and Charlotte Lu oetta Howard, both of Taeoma; John J. Peinpsey and Margaret Danaher, both of Tfli'oma; Clyde Granger of Seattle ami Klora Clara Noble of Tacoma: Brown llnuff of Kverett anil Jessie Harmon of Ta coma; S. Morlynsu of Sugar City and K'lku Takahara of Japan; J. Miyamoto and Matsu Shlmedzu of Japan; Henry A. Hendricksen I^oji Angeles, and Margaret A. Send", I-ong Branch, Wash.; D. S. Mitchell, Canoe, M. C, and Jlllzabeth Hiiklh-r, Canoe, H. C; S. Sakuma. l'ortlan<l, and Klso Oflkimo, Japan; John M. Carrier, Olympla, and Jane Alice (in-irißiasH, Puyallup: I. S. I'olet, Seattle, and Mary Magdalene Ye- GhiOi Tacoma; '/.. Hamatlka, Sacra mento, and Suziino Hamarro, Japan; K. Makamura, Taroma, and Van Moromols, Japan; Harry B. Lathrop, Tacoma, and Heasle Mayo. Tucotna. THE BIG QUESTION— AND SOMK OK THK WAYS IT'S ANHWKRKD. At Fountains & Elsewhere Ask for "HORLICK'S" The Original and Qmulim MALTED MILK Th« Food-drink for All If ft. At ratauranu, hotel*, and fountain*. Deliciou*. invigorating and sustaining. 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