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Tue»d_y, Jan.«, 19__.
from SCOLD AN IRRITABLE CHILD If little tongue is coated, surely give "California Syrup uf Flja." Mother! Your^chlld isn't nat urally cross and peevish. See lt tongue Is coated; this is a sure sign Its little stomach, liver and bowels need a cleansing at once. When listless, pale, feverish, full of cold, breath bad, throat sore, doesn't eat, sleep or act nat urally, has stomach-ache, diar rhoea, remember, a gentle liver and bowel cleansing should al ways be the first treatment given. Nothing equals "California Syrup of Figs" for chlUlten's Ills; give a teaspoonful, and ln a few hours all the foul waste, sour bile and fermenting food which ia clogged in the bowels passes out of the system, and you have a well and playful child again. All children love this harmless, de licious "fruit laxative," and lt never falls to effect a good "In side" cleansing. Directions for babies, children of all ages and grown-ups are plainly on the bot , Keep it bandy in your home. A little given today saves a sick child tomorrow, but get the gen ulna. Ask your druggist for a 80-cent bottle of "California Syrup of Figs." then look and see that It Is made by the "Cali fornia Fig Syrup Company." Counterfeits aro being sold here. Don't be fooled! "Swap" nds, 15 words 3 times 18 cents. Hee Want aid page, ** QUICK'S oTSTAIHS STOKE HAM'S VOtT MiiMiV. Women's Coat and Suit Sho-> .11 Fidelity III.In. Take Klevntor, >,th Floor. Try the "Swap" game. See Want Ad page. *♦ The Moral Effect of a Savings Account Is Far Reaching It eliminate financial worry that maoni batter health—-bet tor work —better pay. While ymi are adding to your aavlnga account you are alao adding to the strength of your character think it over. 1 11..11nr Slnrl. Yon at This ■ trams Bunk, Where 4% la la-re.! Ia I'.il-I. Klll'-.1-:—A Pork*! Cola <••.. tataer. Don't have lo npea aa «•■«-.»r,ul to receive oae. Jan. ear you •»«-. «l.l» la The Tlmea. BUNKER'S TRUST CGIM. Capital nail Hurplaa, tSSO.OOO, BA-.HI.Ha. | It I fa T III.IIU. You can "swap" anything by using a Time-, Swap ail. See Want .\*t page. •• ummer all the Way East Via California Two Palatial Trains to New Orleans SHASTA LIMITED SUNSET LIMITED Connecting at San Francisco .'he ideal winter trip to all At lantic Coast points via Califor uta, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas ■md the South. SHASTA LIMITED EXTRA FARE Train de Luxe through to the Golden Gate, leaving Tacoma daily 12:60 p. m. Road of a Thonsand Wonders I (0/s_NB-T \-M I 10-OtNajrlASTAl ] I \ "£*.„" / j Finest Train In the West Many other good trains too. Now is the time to plan your midwinter trip to California or to tbe East via the Land of Sunshine. Service That Is Unexcelled Write, Phone or Call for Book lets or any Information. 1201 ft Pacific Aye. Main 2824. C. O. < IIISIICH.M District Freight and Passenger Agent. WILL NOT MIKE FIGHT FOR SHELTER After considerable explanation of the details of the valuable -teel smelter that I sto go in ou the tideflat lots of the city on the Middle Waterway, P. H. Johns concluded last night not to make a fight to prevent the estab lishment of the Industry and the city will go ahead with the deal. The work of building the new plant will begin in a few days as soon as the city makes out the lease. REG I STR ATI ON REACHES 592 TUESDAY Registration Monday was 59!.. This is considered very good In view of the bad weather and at noon today the books showed nearly SOO. It is expected before night the first thousand will have been passed. It Is up to the voters to regis ter early or they may be «hut out. There will be but 60 days in which to register 30,000. 100 YEAR OLD •IQUAW STARVES IN OWN LAND Katosh 100-year-old Indian squaw SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 6. — Old, bent and shrivelled, tottering 'neath the weight of a hundred years, Kotaßh, the oldest woman of the Hupa Indian tribe, shuf fles about from place to place in Northern California, selling bas kets and beads to eek sustenance from the land that her forefathers gave to the white man. Kotash has lived an eventful life. Murder, massacre, pesti lence and poverty have stalked in her wake. She narrowly escaped death ln the massacre of '49 when the white people nearly annihilat ed her tribe. Then her husband was killed in and Indian feud and she was left alone with her pa poose. Later a "squaw-man" bought her. She learned to love this white man dearly. And she so fascinated him that ho wholly forgot his own people and became Indian through and through, en tering their ceremonial dances, sweat-houses, and receiving the attentions of their medicine men to cure all his ills. The squaw sang and chanted to him constantly, praying aloud that he would renounce hia former life and always live an Indian. But one day a mysterious poisoned ar row came into the lodge of Ko tash and killed her husband. INJUNCTION, TOO Edna Pruda Robinson sued for a divorce from John Henry Rbo inson yesterday and on the strength of lt got an injunction to keep John Henry away to pre vent him leaving the atate or dis posing of any property. She says i:«; haa been gone yean but re cently came back and ti-rev.en. to kill her GLAD SHE IS GOING SAYS MRS. LINDA HAZZARD, I>«'. iliiz/ni'il (right) and woman friend, Mrs. Mary Edwards, on way to penitentiary. SEATTLE,-Jnn. 6.—Dr. Linda Burfield Hazzard left Seattle for WaUa Walla the other day to spend from two to twenty years In the state penitentiary. "I am glad," she said, when news came that the supreme court of the I'nited States had rejected her appeal. "Let no tears be shed. For this will not be a shameful departure, but, rather, a triumphal progress." So Dr. Hazzard's friends were at. the station in force when the train carried her away. No arm ed guard sat beside her on the train, hut only a woman friend. Dr. Hazzard is a "fasting spe cialist." Her arrest was caused in l'llO by British Vico Consul Agassiz, at Tacoma, on a charge of first d«!gree murder for having caused the death of Claire Will iamson, an Englishwoman, who was a patient in Dr. Hazzard's sanitarium and who, it was charg ed, took the "starvation cure." The case was bitterly foughl. HARBOR MASTER RESIGNS JOB Harbormaster Gresbam has been caught ln the back to the soil' movement. He has tend«"red his resigna tion to the mayor of his city job with its $8.» a month and will leave soon for Goldendale where he has seceured a big farm and will begin tilling the land. Inn ran "swap" nnytliing by using a Times Hwap ad. See Want Ad page. ** ■ Caught in Arctic Ice Fields Remarkable photograph from frozon north shows the Karluk, Explorer Btefansson's vessel, caught ln the Ice pack of the Pol ar sea", with Capt, Bartlett and 26 seamen drifted with the pack and no trace of her has been THS TAOOMA TIMES. i The jury compromised on man slaughter. Dr. Hazzard charges that sh<_ Is the victim of tbe personal am bition of Agaußiz, the machina tion of the state medical society, and the prejudice of the public in favor of orthodoxy In medicine. Since it became known that she was to go to prison heepusa", through her "Ignorance"—tha "exjiert" witnesses against her' were all orthodox physicians—a I patient had died, there has beenf a marked revulsion of public sentiment in her favor, and a slroug effort is now being made to secure her pardon. Among her former patients is Robert Oraharn, tho "bread ■<ing" of Great Britain, and once taker to King Edward, who came to :'■• ;illl.- to taku the "fa.t" cure. Graham, who Is tremendously rich, Is now en route to England where he has promised to "g«-vi Vice Consul Agaseiz, If he has to appeal to the crown Itself. SOCIETY HEARS MANY SPEAKERS At the open house of the State Historical society Monday even ing Prof. L. F. Jackson of Pull man college; Prof. W. A. Lyman. Whitman college; Prof. W. S. Davis, Puget Sound university- John H. Williams and John Ar thur of Seattle spoke. Arthur in sisted that high schools today are turning out students without cul ture or knowledge of history and devoid of patriotism and a sense of the decencies and moralities of life. found. It la thought that she will be lost'altogether with the men. They have a six months supply of food. "Swap" the dog for a Persian cat. See Want Ad page. •• White Sale of Dainty Undermuslins A most attractive showing of the latest ideas in Women's Muslin Underwear made of delicate, sheer fabrics and cut in the new straight lines. Now more than ever before do women realise the necessity of stylish undergarments to harmoniously fit the new clinging outer garments. § Either slip-on "r high-nei k effects, trimmed with tor- I Jf) \| I _N_H_b_P!__J. I chon luces, ilalnty swiss embroideries, finished around I J> X^sJ^^^^^^^^^it] J the neck with double rib or boadlng, or yokes of eye- \ We *JA 'aW? If let embroidery. Cut largo and full. % _H__2__U_f —**"" m _/_k FlnliVhed with dainty nnd heavy embroidered edges, If i /BBS dotted and eyelet work, or with scalloped and plain ] 1 £-*•>*- I/M I COMBINATIONS MAm^i Some are fine muslin, others In new crepe material. if T___, it^-T If I They have heading at the waist snd yoke and are WW** * trimmed with torchon la««"s and InMrtlona, CORSET COVERS "French" Lingerie Val trimmed with delicate inudeiru embroidery and American made hand-embroidered with double ribbon beading underwear $1.48 Voille Waiste at 95c A , , 2? c D, RAWP S AT 15c * A special value, attiaitively tiimhed with plain and Gowns at 95c A very large assortment of the hemmed ruffles .. , . ]7 , , ia . a. . neninita lU',l_™_- __,_.____. M;u\e ot fine quality material with latest ideas in waists in crepes, PRINCESS SLIPS 95c Winona rtMTC and scailoped and em v<iile« and otlier dainty, fluffy ma- Rpmilir ValllPQ $1 4fl broidered in pretty spray designs. terials. Home fitted with Cascade Th..„ „ Mm, , ,i , „ ■ Other ko\viis, combinations, princess ruffles ,-,.,-v of _______ lv the new if ' . -* ' "V"' 1,, 0lt<"" ,aB *'ell a" at UlB -^l'B «»-- drawers, band-embrold rurnc*, many or then. In tlie new yo i. ei gonie witll fjno V ul, otlu-ra with good scalloped e - ( .,| f ron , os,. mn nr sloping long shouldered. These flouncing*, up to 4>_-ijJ HI 14 spring styles, regularly I I ngMt ******** gg c A j /?Q Combinations, $1.48 and TTv. ♦/. flat.. BoHii-rtilu Tie most popular numbers at the u}> io jjii.e _reu,ico_i_s Regular Values 98c price in town. The eomMnatiou We are showing at *-.hh a very NTftHTfl-OWT-J*". all> trini,lle<i at the >'0"c i,,ul bottom fine linsnrie nettie-it with n , ,■ _, .. J*J-VTrx *■ m*_l W I*«JQ w jt.h la<-«" insertions, edgings and tine lingerie petticoat *"1. a Fmished with broad ribbon beadlßf and ribbon embroideries. The new camisole very wide net flouncing inserted trimmed. Have wide insertions and edgings. Home lacs are used to great effect, and with exquisite Val edgings and have allover embroidery yokes and all with short wide and ample rlbhon trimmings insertions. A tango bow of rib- sleeves. Ulueunil pink crepes included, make these most extraordinary values bon at the side. Many of these PRINCESS SLIPS at ,ll(> l'rlcc aro crepe petticoats. Others QQ_ The new practical undergarment. Here in delicate All Our linp«irted French Underwear priced up from 30 O ribbon heading and fine hue Irlms. Slightly Mussed or Soiled at HAM"' Also Drawers, Combination*, und Corset Covers of I'ltlCß | Kvicplion.il Hoaiity at This low Price. _" P""™"™""™T| Special Underwear Fabrics r^TTivrTcT^l tt 11 We are offering standard merchandise of undoubted quality by XJ AIVI-T_.o_l__ HCinn KPT*- the piece of 10 aud 12 -Vl,nls v- v,,,v tpeelai prices at this sale. nnn/ii a t I±CUIUJ\tI ENGLISH LONGCLOTH SPECIAL nYllcfpQ 10 yard, • ln various qualltleß and wei K ht». l.rown's Shamrock Linen .Mussed or soiled during 1J yards pwriTT-U T-r' ? ester* *2,n° 7 "'-Inch Damask CO | the holiday season. None ENGLISH NAINSOOK Mg. |1.00, at . .'. . . DuC i worth less than 19c, , - Another material ideally suited for underwear. Gold Medal Damask, reg manv worth as much as 2 yar _8 ! 108 1 -*Viir,l» $2«<» ularlyjl.oo. 7C_ ; j many worm as mu«n as || yardß y . (|(|s MAMP at iDC b!rt£S_t T" 9C BOXED NAINSOOK Pteii&i p___U*. regu- We are offering a box continuing in yards of fine Chamois Fin- ,:lrly *128. *_4 flfl ie-h Nainsook, SS inches wide. Worth 11.50, QQ at ' ». rrmu__tmmtwt___w_____www__wm__wmi liiix 3uC _________________________________________ WOMEN'S SUITS HALF PRICE $1.25 CHIFFON TAFFETA SILK AT 85c YARD This special sale of each and every one of our women's and misses' WO have this In white nnd cream In a 2fi-inch imported Swiss 1!'1.1-1914 winter models will be continued and the exceptional si-k. This is very finely woven and makes beautiful waists, un offerlngs in these elegant garments are still open to the women ienAipe and white petticoats. This mati-rial will not split or of Tacoma. Ineak, Ilka the ol.Mashloucd taffeta. Hegularly OC. $1.25, White Sale OjC GOWNS AND SILK DRESSES HALF PRICE . AMn __ WWT „_ aTTXra "' "' " All our elegant evening gowns, mesßallne, taffeta, silk poplin f?, . *"** f1.70 WHITE SILKS AT 80c & $1.10 ■lres.ea suited for dinner gowns, party frocks and afternoon wear ■•••■*•■ K'nuine white India wasli silks. These will waah like are included in this sale, in spite of their original conservative n"'--|m ■»»■ «rf> food h«a\y fabrics lulUbla for slips, men's white making. si"- ■h'rt,« womeu's white silk underwear, children's wash dresses, ,„,..... . _ , . „ . , . haii«ikci« hie!s. etc, The two prices refer to the two weight, All ( hlldren s and Infants' Coat* and Hats are now on sale at medium and heavy. This Is n real imported Q4 1 A and Of. II.XIaK WCB. silk, liegularly *1.75 and 11.18, now $1, .(/anIUUC Big Embroidery Sale A T™ p rnvtn.Ti Introductory Sale of Ten Thousand Yards «■ i-wtCU OUI Idlll p.^^, XT n of Krabroldcrles, Edgings, Flouncings and Ct ' 1 _L JJUpieX IN eiTlO -UOrSetS Corset Coverings. Valueß to 35c. IC_ NTiPr*!^! __ T Annual Whito Sale, at I3U KJfcJ\s\sl(A,L C*\\J A new number in a _ ... th • <-..■ -ii- a self-redticlnu st\\,- i.r iliut _nMM Embroidery Flouncings 25c Yd. f\ £\ Smmw make. jB^H Ih" best Embroidery value of the year is ■ I *v Most women thought that 'f^^ffcf'Sat how offered to you In 18, 27 and 45-inch il* m ""' h|ll "'' N','Ml" s''lf- _ ***WV& widths In all white, at the 9Rf* S V_all' Reducing Corsets of last t__}^\ very special price of _.vIU year were a final word in *» V $1.25 FlOUncingS at 39C Amm lot of Nottingham laace Cur- **£ »»f £g?»» /\ \ 27-inch and 45-lnch widths in Nainsook tains in white and ecru. There are stout figures. But we / jjffl±x±uM and laaSuisso, with elaborate embroidery , _ ___,_, are nleascd to announce J ''__W__f?'jWfi edgings. Values $1.25. Annual OQ ' pairs of each design and a few 'llf^ctory sa°e of / /ffll'M \\ hlte Sale wub scrim curtains are included. None of a new Nemo, showing a(' _^_\\_^_wSS $1.50 Voile FlOUncingS 49c these curtains sold regularly for less ™ ',' "™l™, .Uu-lille' lP Tr'' These are 4 5 Inches wide and made of a than $1.50. many of them as hlg<h as stvllsh and comfortable li \ ■ \i?l_& mpf N& "22 '25°- this annual QO. \1 ItZ^lV ».ZjLP_?tPr.? ° tbe -!^ W Whlte 8!»le now 30C mer Nemo models. Sizes \ S M ?. wm Zt y % ■ dRr run fron, 22 to 36. It W Annual White Sale «*3C will give us apecial pleas- » $2.00 Embroidered Flouncings at WW^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m ure t0 Bhow you theße LSI 69c ' I Pride of the s Pindle. a Very I progre-s' 6- 8- B*le now ln W The materials are voiles, batiste, LaSuisae I Fine Texture, 12 Yards 1 N™ 831J7, with ftt Crt l2__\ '_r'F nnd crepes, the materUla alone being I f nr en OO I low bust, at ...<ifUi3U £/ T(________»_ 7 worth almost double our sale price, fin. I lur i Pou"" I \,,. ■_-!,, „ lth * 0 en (BHH'rfS] v.ry special, this sale, at 03C mw___mt._________m__mmmmtm_____________mt._mmww__m • '">' •»«»«•• "' «>3»3U l__M______ To Celebrate A meeting was held last night to begin preparations for cele brating St. Patrick's day and to start a movement for an excursion tn Ireland when borne rule goes Into effect. Elochkiss Stapling Ma chine with 500 staples for $1.75 EXPLOSION KILLS NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 6.—An explosion in the German tank steamer Geestamund killed Frank Osterman, fireman, and Injured George Pfaehdtner. ———a Never Asked NEW YORK, Jan. 6. —"I waa never asked for any campaign contribution while an employe of Ihe state engineer's office but they just took lt out of our checks," testified L. L. Melius be fore District Attorney Whitman's probe Monday. Yon ran "swap" anything hy using m Times Swap ad. See Want Ad page. •• Loses in Court "Little George" Urslch of Old Town, who sued "Rig George" Ursich of Old Town for $200 he said he had loaned him, lost out before Judge Chapman Monday. For Frost Rites and ("happed Nkln For frost-bitten ears, fingers and toes; chapped hands and lips, chilblains, cold sores, red and rough sklnH. there Is nothing to equal Hucklen'B Arnica Salve. Stops the pain at once and heals quickly. In every home there should be a box handy all the time. Best remedy for all skin diseases, itching eczema, tet ter, piles, etc. 25c. All drug gists or by mail. H. K. Ituiklen Jfc Co.. Philadelphia or St. Louis. Try the "Swap" game. Bee Want Ad page. •* PAGE TBEE-L Club to Meet Roosevelt Heights Improve ment club will discuss street lights next Monday night. » _\ ««Vf _,% Wm tp II '\'m _fl Tacoma & Indianapolis! Fastest and Finest Day Steam-1 •rs—Tha Quick and Quiet Way to Seattle. ■ .EIGHT ROUND TRIPS DAILY. ■ Leave Municipal Dock, Tacoma,! 7:16, 9:00, 11:00 a. v... LOS. 1U..8 b:00, 7:00, t p. OL ■ Leave Colman Dock. S«atll..__| 1:00. » 00. 11:00 a. ra.. -:•«, .:-•,■ 5 00. 7:00. 1:11 p. m. ■ single Far*, lie: Round Trip •<•___ a. STRAMKR RVKRT S .Ifl______l S. •. JONKS. /aceat ■ office Municipal Dnck Mala I4IU !