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EMBROIDERY SALE
We are placing oh sale the largest values ever
offered in embroidery in the city, ranging in
width from 3 to 24 \ inches; values to 50c a yard. j
Your choice 12% c yard;• '..- •'.' - - •
|M2,to klO yard lengths. >=No pieces cut. Average<
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New lot of hat forms just received; good buck-;
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I 1 : «fflisavings to loaf on your hands ? Bill |
I 1 Eljl Your money can be a wage earn- mlfl 1
i | Bffil ■er, too. • Better put it to work Hnfjl 1
1 | IfjQS and make it,earn its keep! Open Kill |
1 | tla a 'savings account at interest at (Kh |
I = fUI %^W?^^kere T^^te?yts.^i^Miffl 1
|11 Twenty-eight years of banking ||i| A
SEE OUR
' $385.00
Modern Piano Player
With FREE Music Rolls
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Confidential Terms of Purchase.
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AN AIRTIGHT: v. that works jk' "
A RAZOR • that works /"^
A POCKETKNIFE that works xfy 77x
A WRINGER that works • .i |^J ,''.
A HATCHET that works "W T^
AN AX that works ■
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"Mohr Has It"
114M143C STREET
FARMER'S COW
MUST HAVE A
BARN NOW
M Monday afternoon's j session of
the agricultural' college extension
course was | largely * devoted 'to a
question box '% In which ' visitors
propounded j hard nuts for. the in
structors ;to T crack. Try-Ay. yxxy".
SS 1 One farmer suggested • that his
old cow had a strong constitution
and did not need a tight . barn ' In
winter ln this climate. vHe, believ
ed In J the fresh air treatment for
tuberculosis for his cow. But
the weight of opinion was against
him • and ,to the effect l~ that ;he
, should . house up J his oow ln' the
damp and foggy weather. < '• XX'
Mrs. Helen s Dow Whltaer gave
the principal address in the after
noon on poultry raising, going In
to great detail as to the most ap
proved : methods; for "+ getting re
'B\iltß.'TXyy:yyy. ,;.;,.--I.- zi.'X;:,.
TO HOLD AT
ALL DAY MEET
XX The Home t Missionary society
of the First Methodist church will
hold an all day meeting tomorrow
at ' the ! home of : Mrs. O. C. : Whit
ney,; 716 South M street. Dur
ing the ''?, afternoon '" Miss;. Chayer,
the new] Italian settlement i work
er, will deliver |an \ address. agg^
WOMEN VOTERS
ARE TO MEET
1 -v The members of the. Parkland
chapter, •! Council tof Women , Vot
ers, \ will ■ hold :.y a:S meeting next
Thursday* afternoon at Villa'• De
Voe at .which; all: members . from
Parkland and Tacoma are Invit
ed jto \ attend. A- Miss White of the
Washington State college, will ad
dress s the women .on "The '. Possi
bilities of : the Woman ■ Voter." Xy
PREACHES FROM
A BEER KEG
MACON, Mo., Oct. 14.When
Bob %Thomas, J a saloonkeeper,
bantered Evangelist Robert Jones
to j come' to 1, his I saloon ■ and , hold
his b| meeting Jones .v responded,
mounted a beer keg and convert
ed ' a dozen men jin the place be
fore he got ' through ': with ' his
meeting.• '. -x.z „.,: ...y-y. - y.,-.
A CHILD DOES'NT
LAUGH AND PLAY
kill little stomach is sour, liver fi
..■■- y-~T torpid and bowels • ■ •* ■
;yxyy ' 77 clogged. v a- • ".
i£s Give "California Syrup of Figs"
at % once—a '■;; teaspoonful today
often saves a sick child tomorrow.
XX If your , little ' one *r, is ovit-of
sorts, half-sick, isn't resting, eat
ing and : acting A naturallylook,
Mother! see if tongue Is coated.
This Is a sure sign that It's little
stomach,'] liver | and j bowels X. are
clogged with waste. When cross,
irritable, feverish, stomach sour,
breath bad or has stomach-ache,
diarrhoea, ; sore " throat, ■; full x of
cold, give a teaspoonful of "Cali
fornia I Syrup of Figs," I and .in | a
few hours all ' the constipated poi
son, undigested food and sour bile
gently moves out of its little bow
els without griping, and you have
a well, playful child again.' _Xxx,
X Mothers can rest easy after giv
ing this harmless "fruit laxative,"
because it never, fails to H cleanse
the I little l one's (liver; and / bowels
and sweeten the stomach and they
dearly love its pleasant taste. Full
directions , for babies,, children of
all ages and for grown-ups print
ed on ; each ibottle..:: : Xx.:
'7, Beware ;of counterfeit " fig syr
ups. Ask } your druggist for .. a
50-cent P bottle Jj of m "California
Syrup of Figs"; then see "that it
is ; made .by the ? "California ■ Fig
Syrup iX Company." C.>..f Don't Tbe
fooled! V / XyX-..yyz -.;■. ---.;
Puget bound
Electric Ry.
FOR SEATTLE ' — Limited
*',^. Train* every hour. Time
•". of Limited Trains seventy
"XX minutes. ~yy. AAXxyA^
Trains Leave Bth and
-; VA" Streets, Tacoma
; LIMITED : TRAINS "—17:85,
8:88: 8:88, 10:85. 11:88.
-a. m.; 19:88, 1:88, 2.85.
8:85, 4:88 and 8:85 p. m.
- 'AMj> Limited - Trains 7 Stop
x'y at > Auburn and Kent.
mrniam am i» < t wm htm mm^ l> «•;»;,
LOCAL TRAINS leave at 8
■y a. m., 7 a. m., 8 a. m., » a.
m., 11 a. m., 1 p. m„ and
hourly until 8 p. in. Then
-Vj 10:05 p. ,m. and j 185 p.
in. (last train).
PUYALLUP SHORT LINE
-—Trains . will ! leave Tacoma
prat •8:10, 7:10, »8:10,
:'.' 8:10 and 11:10 a. m.;
'.. 1:10, 8:10. *4:10. 5:10,
8:10, 7:10, 0:10 and
11:80 p. m.
* Dally except Sunday.
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■ iTkCOHA miss.
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.Thank, the Lord I have my work!—
■' '. y. In '■ the mighty world of toil.' X~-
I can share the weight and irk
Of the labor and the moll;
I'm a worker, ; not a drone; \
.- Sweat | and [ weariness I've known,
I Throughs the ' goodly years I've been -: y .
Toiling with my fellow men, ».<->. ,
Puddler, poet, boas and clerk 1
Thank the Lord I have my work!
Thank the Lord I have my work -'
v..: f Ever near to serve my turn,»',-' —-7-
Refuge from.the cares that lurk V.
And the woes that sear and burn;
: Fate may : wear. her grimest ; mask, .-._■;"'.'
Love be lost — have my task; - -. f ..:
Life Is hard?—l'll see it through; ,"'
There is work for me to do; T . y -'t-
Toll shall light the dreary murk; - .
Thank the Lord I have my work! .
You'll Find It Here
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♦ SUBSCRIPTION RATES. «■
+ 7-x X Ay :--ry-XX.--.X-"T.: ■ m
A: xyx.y l; : cent a copy, ♦
A 5c on newstands and trains ♦
♦ SO cents a month by carrier «
♦I By mall— '.:.- , -,-,;,- *
A ''.':-. One month, 85 cents ;.' ■■'■'..; ♦
♦ Three months, $I.oo*. ♦
A-y Six months, $1.80. •, ♦
♦ on 9 year, 13.25. v '""-" ♦
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♦ „ ;;., ;/ ; ; -;..;,;':>
Mortality statistics for Taooma
are received dally from the fol
lowing funeral directors: ;ii - - -
_ Hoaka-Buckley-Klng C 0.,1710 1
fit. Helens. '.:-.'-.
v C. C. Melllnger Co, (10 ;Ta
coma ay. „„ -,-■ ■„-:-*..;■,>
C' O. Lynn Co., , tlo-ll Taco- •
ma aa.'-A-A-A . -.7.,- j-..^^.. ..-*-.-..■--. „
Gso. W. Piper, 8438 Union ay.
South Tacoma Directors, toil
♦ Union ay. .......j"- -..-•')..--•.;-•..,. e„..--.
L. M. Qaffney, 1010 Tacoma ay.
Caaaady * Allen. 1110 lath it I
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-: ■ Price—Mrs. Emma . Price, age
89, 3802 South O street, wife of
John.Price, died ; last evening at
a ; local hospital. • Funeral, Wed
nesday, 1:30 o'clock, Hoska-Buck
ley-King company chapel, Rev.
Joel Vlgus officiating. Inter
ment, Tacoma cemetery. T.X-: -i ""X
X Van ■-..; Buskirk—William Van
Buskirk, :< age . 56, found .' dead in
bed yesterday at his \ home, 3838
East I street. Leaves son, Charles,
and two daughters, , Mrs. Mildred
Boyd and Mrs. j Adelaide fl Boyde,
all of Tacoma. Remains at Hos
ka - Buckley - King company's
awaiting funeral. \ , y ■
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--'XyiTy Funerals. '
:: Lagodnl— Funeral of William
Lagodnl, who' was ' killed X last
week, will be held Thursday, 2
p. m.', from C. C. Melllnger com
pany's ' residence. Father ; and
sister. arrive « from 'Oakland to
morrow."*;;.;^'-:::-':. ;_. ,;v>'— *'•'.'.
-.' ..''Marriage Licenses. '.XAy
. Amund Knutsen, Seattle,'', and
Inga .'. Knutsen, Tacoma; *y Louis
Kieth and '-. Ruth :- Hughes. Bell
vine; : Allen">/ernlk- and Barbara
Conley, Tacoma; j Riley| B. Small
wood, Tacoma, and | Myrtle s.Tur
rell, " Oakvllle; Thomas y Wilson
and Zenith Killgore, ■ all up.
X; Governor Strong of Alaska says
no f appropriation -. by congress Is
necessary; for the Nome sufferers
that all supplies were saved. /
Daughters of, Rebekah for
? • Lewis ; and „ Pacific j counties y
- "J met : in • convention yat * Ch»-' •'■'..
'/halls:' :•-."-, xy ..- y yA X.
'y'.x'f, y.-yA ""'"• XxuxyA. "x,
7;. New shipment Milwaukee : Son
sage. Duenwald's, 818 11th at.
,4 --'* '. *'v- *' "Advertisement."
Arthur Brown J walked i;-^ up to
the pulpit -of . Memorial V: Baptist
church !at Walla Walla, placed a
deck of cards on the desk ii and
suggested that the preacher Study
them and \ when police" court got
through with him he was $7.50
poorer. X>:AXyy. .
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;:"'';, X"" y~xXT, xy.xi%:3!r<<y■-
Tiewis county hop men an*
Sj hoi (Una on • for 801 cents j for 1
"X. their 'crop.:;-. :>; -^Ki%^s^P Xx
m^x^sy-y""*" 'Vr'A- x-; :
Artistic n decorations. Watson's
, , •. "Advertisement."
xx-yyyy.-~-yX'-yyms
t»* Four Puyallup ■ hoys under ; 16,
sons' of . prominent f citizens, have ;
The Bank.of California
•■ "*33SSmK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION :t: i-
Established 1884.
Capital and Surplus . $16,300,000.00 i
San Francisco Portland Tacoma Seattle
TAOOMA 1 BRANCH m3«lt9§Hßo
The Bank of California Building, Tacoma.
confessed to numerous burglaries
in that city. :
The new mine of the Mon
arch Coal company In Lewis -
county is now running ready
to ship coal. XXXy.
| A • 13-year-old school i girt J has
been found to be the thief who
has robbed - a dozen houses in
Aberdeen. -. .
XX-. Chehalls Produce com- -
| pany's warehouse went up in '
; smoke with 915,000 loss.
City engineer's "office has been
within $4,500 ;of self sustaining
this year, according to the figures
of Controller { Meads, which are
several thousand dollars wrong.
Mrs. ; Emma $ Tomley, 18- -
year-old servant girl burglar,
- who was turned over to Port- : -
.'- land ' police, has SS confessed '.
that . her - husband '•_ and , Earl I
I Anderson committed | numer- - X
ous robberies there. % :;;,'.
Rev. Harry ; ■ B. ". Hendley - has
gone east on an extended trip.
• : Ferns' sold - retail at .'wholesale
prices. Hinz, Florist, 7th A X sts.
XXAy. 'f- "Advertisement." v
:..:::,..- .-. - '^'..-; i :.{-.■ t^x'yx y.--^
X 73.'. T. Worthlngton, federal j 1
inspector, arrived here Mon
day to inaugurate an investi- :
" gation of customs accounts. '-Ti
a .?... —y A.-.t-fX- "X ' mmmm^mmmm Xll.J - .'. ,'zZ
-! Pfaffs Christmas stock, com
plete. - Avoid * the , rush. :.<■; Select
now—Bl.oO -' a - week. .' Jeweler,
1147 C. ; "Advertisement.?
•- Eva St. Clair, who escaped from
county hospital Sunday night, was
captured jby 'i the. police \ trying jto
board X a Tacoma Eastern ;: train
last night and lodged in jail.
v*. For Flour, : Feed and Seed, go
to Farmers' Feed & Seed Co. ' *"-,
.-. . "Advertisement." y
XX: Captain "Uncle Joe" Dick- 'y
. ■' erson of Seattle, who was na- S
tional OX A. R. | color bearer m
/('with George •-* Boardman of
g this city at the recent Chat
tanooga encampment,' died at
„;-.' Cadis, ; 0., last • meekrvxyxAxy
DRINK
HABIT
RELIABLE HOME TREATMENT
X, Thousands of -wives, mothers
and' sisters are enthusiastic -in
their praise of ORRINE, because
It i has ■ cured . their loved i ones \of
the % "Drink f Habit" and | thereby
brought happiness to their homes.
Can Ibe | given secretly. ORRINE
costs only I $1.00 ' per .% box. y Ask
for Free Booklet. yX^TT XX.y_.xyy
v.i French ' Drug j Co., 13 th' and ! Pa
cific ; "t Owl ; Drug Co., 904 T CX"XX:X
"XX Try ;. «Driunn»V; Special"
■■ TXA-yymilßkmyJjry •
y-si:£4 yQ^j^^^^m
U* '" i DRUMM'S'.^.f^i
I 180S So. OTx. '"7x Main i 177&
FREE SPACE
FOR FARMER
To afford the farmers the space
In which to sell their, produce the
new J public '■' market,* the proprie
tors of +1 which sfi are : Cohen i and
Pickle,; have ; made iprovisions for
ample space on ; the second ■ floor
around the area way. These stalls
eight by . three feet are set aside
exclusively for the | farmers. The.
space" is given free and | will give
the ; producers an - opportunity Sto
sell, everything Including x chick
ens, eggs and other produce free
of cost. A space 468 feet square
has been set aside for the farm-.
ers.'.-**.. XX: '•:,'."' --^z'XyX- " 'f! ;.'■)
ON TRIAL IN !
FEDERAL COURT
I A Edward -. E. '-. Sutherland is-> on
i trial before .Judge. Cushman I and
a fedreal Jury today : for selling
"Hostetter's Bitters" to an Indian
at Mocllps. -a:- *' ; ,y -'.v , « .
i f; The bottle Is in court. i Drug
gists testified ' the stuff is 24 per
cent j alcohol, which is twice as
much as * port wine,* four times as
much as beer and half as much as
proof whisky.
Weak Lungs. Of ten ■
Lead to - Serious ; Illness
"-If you have weak lungs, you are
generally subject to colds or throat
trouble and easily susceptible -.- to
serious Lunar- Trouble. . In - many
cases pneumonia or bronchial trou
bles leave the Lungs in- a, much
weakened condition. - Eckman's Al
terative Is a-; medicine -; for <■■: the
throat and lungs. which has been
found ;to be very I beneficial, even
when a change of climate and oth
er treatments failed to bring relief.
Read of this case:— --•„....,
- ..,',, 231 S. Atlantic Aye.,«<
„„ ' f Haddonfleld, N. J."<
"Gentlemen:Wn*the full of 1906
I contracted * a very ----- severe cold
which settled on my lungs. At last
I began to raise sputum, and •my
physician then told me I ■ must go
to California Immediately. At this
time 1 1 was - advised to take Eck
man's Alterative. I stayed at home
and commenced taking It the last
week in October. I began to Im
prove, and the first week "In Jan
uary,-1906,: I "resumed- my regular
occupation, .having ". gained -,25
pounds, fully restored to health. It
is now seven years sln#e my re
covery .- has - been effected,* • and af I
cannot praise Eckman's Alterative
too highly." .... ~ ..-x_ __■.___,.- „.yz
(Signed) - W. M. TATEM.
- (Above abbreviated; more on re
quest.) ; ' -„. . ..,- . r., •,. -1
■ Eckman's Alterative - has been
proven ■ by many years' test to be
most efficacious I for severe Throat
and Lung., Affections, - Bronchitis,
Bronchial Asthma. Stubborn Colds
and in upbuilding the system. Con
tains no narcotics, poisons or hab
it-forming drugs. Sold by leading
druggists. Write the Eckman Lab
oratory, - Philadelphia,;-. ; ,Pa, for
.booklet., telling, of recoveries and
additional evld«ice.t ■ x- ■ <r .-- :A^\i
TACOMA THEATER
.". " . .r- TONIGHT ':" -;-■.*- j.. T
X William Faversham -
Presents His Spectacular Production
, _•-. of Shakespeare's
"JULIUS CAESAR"
With the Following Distinguished
•_;•'■ ■*'■-. -- - Stars: ■*■-• ■--■-. •• -■■ .
MR. WILLIAM FAVERSHAM;*"
: MISS CONSTANCE! COLLIER —
-T--y MR. R. D. MACLEAN
And a - Company of • 150 From I the
j.?«- Lyric Theater. New Tork.; _m
'■•'•.: PRICESS2.OO to SOc -~X,
Seats now selling. Curtain. 8 o'clock
Four Days, Starting Wednesday,
Oct. ISM«t<s»re "Saturday. :
A Trip to the Land of Beautiful Set
tings and Wonderful Nature Studies
7. "Picturesque Hawaii" 7
. X- In Majestic Motion; Pictures.l
Lecturer—Quartet -of Hawaiian '•'-■
__ f^-'t.-i Slagera.,*■--■■'ai------>"—s.*i
Prices: Lower floor. 50c. Balcony,
35c. Matinee. 25c. Children, 10c.
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PRINCESS
THEATER ■" ' '""r" j Main 7760
.yxyX :-.> THIS WEEK ?,■' vAXy
"The White Sister" ?
Bargain Matinees Wednesday V and
Saturday, 10c and 25c. Ladles' bar
?allL* night t next Tuesday. « Lower
loor - only. " EVENING - PRICES—
20c. 30c and SOc. *i?.sr > .Z*vy. *'■■< -<~jn
: -X-Xyy^Yg-E y-XyXy^
HENRY DUBBS,
FATHER AND SON
:y 77 -: Are In Town.
•■■ They are in the person of
Ryan Walker, one of Amer
• lea's 7 foremost ■ cartoonists,"
who '. will 5 speak ' and X- Illus
\ trate '. bis ■ lectures: .1 by car- ;
. toons.'- X'TTi y. .yy:- -ty '}.. y.*-
Meet, ' him '■ face to ' face at
[ Moose" hall, Oct. 14, at % 8
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I to!thelmountain|AND ji
■ X, RETURN,' $7.00| EACH JgE I
■ Outing MOUNTAIN AND 1
:turn, $7.00 KACH I
tins Trips Solicited. f
■ yzfXZ* Call - Main 1006. ? yy., A
A£§ ndStratford \ Hotel I
■ Thomas Auto Livery Co. • I
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WOMEN VOTE
jln 1 tea | states and several for
eign countries.' The Woman's.
. Journal, : the : official • organ 'of
.the movement, will give week
ly Interesting news of .* the ex
. citing : campaign! now.' In I pro-.
• gress iat "j home j and »3 abroad.
We . want :ai million '■ subscrib-,
' ers at once and until * Jan. ; Ist
- will: send i this i large '■ 8 ' papa,
paper to new > subscribers at a
.special yearly rate of «11.00,
or 4 months on trial for 25
I cents. - Order % today. Cj'Address
1585 ; Boylston street, v Boston,:
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Make your own selection—tell the salesman
:to charge it. Don't hesitate a.moment because
of lack of money. We'll trust you. ;
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apla\J\J Payments
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Outfitting Co.s
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THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH
Tuesday, Oct. 14,1918. 1

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