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McMillan Bros. Two Prescription Drug Stores 949 C St., Fidelity Bldg. Cor. C at 13th Note the Following Specials on Baby Foods for Saturday. 88.76 Ho.ll.ks m*% 7Q Malted Milk *-•! U 81.00 Horllck s Malted 70„ Milk |3C I6e Eakay • CO rood wdb 86c Denno* tn. rood "WC 82 60 Eskay's f) It Pood +_• 13 8186 Imperial Q0- Oranum aPwC 76c Imperial CQ A Oranum w«IC 26c Robinson's 1 0#» Barley IOC Ragle Brand iC. Milk I9C Fletcher's 10 »» Castona *£dli rio Br cN'. p. p.,- 10C 10c Nursing r Bottle* DC 86c Uayne's Vermi- OQ«» fugs -LUC KR-KLE Discount Ticket* to Loew's Empress Tbenter, good after noon and evening*. Ask for them. Prescriptions filled accurately and promptly. Deliveries made free. GV__ !_. leogrAphtj MANDOMIKRZ (Sandomir)— A town of under 10,000 population, situated in Russian Poland on the border of Ualcia. It Is 51 miles southwest of Lublin, and mil* miles northeast of Krakan It is on a tributary of the San. NOYON—An ancient town, 7r, miles north of Parts. It was here that Charlemagne was crowned j king of the Pranks, and here Hugh Capet was elected king In 897. The town possesses one of i the most beautiful 12th century cathedrals In Franc*. Present population, 7,600. KTAIN—A village on the Orne, 12 miles northeast of Verdun, and about 86 miles west of Metz. Population, 8.000 The Orne Is a small stream Hawing northeast and joining the Moselle a little above Thionville. THlAU'tilKT—About 88 miles to the southwest of Longuyon. A little village In a vary pretty val ley, six mil** from the famous battlefield of Mars-la-Tour, where several bloody cavalry en gagements took place In 1870. MINOIYON—I,ene than 10 miles southwest of the great for tress of Longwy, and 187 miles from Paris by rail. A busy town of 3.200 population, at the con fluence of tbe Crusne and Chlers river*. TODAY Your property is your own. Tomorrow death may pass it to others. No one knows better than you to whom it should go or how it should be handled. While in good health make us the executor of your will and trustee of your property. You can then be sure that your wishes will be carried out. Tacoma Savings Bank & Trust Co. llth st. and Pacific a» 4% on Savings ■__■_■_—__■ m—mm^mm—t __________m-___Maaßa_____maßß-iii i ■ i*^ - YOUR ULST CHANCE TO GO EAST AT REDUCED FARES for this season Summer excur sion fares will b* oa sals until Sept. 88, via 1-te vS % Jm^ Final retara limit. Oct. HI I*l4. Stop Over Privileges. Choice of Runt— Per fares, reservations, tickets and full Information call on W. (ABRITHKBB. D. F. « P. A. 1117-1* Pacific Ate Mala M«. 81.00 Hot Watsr Bottles. 2 quart, guar- ___!_«» anteed •♦JO 35c Infant 17r Syringes I I V Bfltrtra Special—Genuine 88 Durham Duplex Razor, while they last, for M 1Q 82.60 World 8-day Alarm Clocks, Saturday •« JQ 81 00 guaranteed CQ_* Alarms OJC. $1.00 Razor P-- Strops o«fb 86c Tooth OA - Brushes » ... . fc*rC 25c Tooth 1 C -. Brushes Iwb Lyon's Tooth t7#» Powder lit Kolynos Tooth 17«» Past* I I C 60e Menthol*- 00m turn ihlb 54.000 H'I'KEI, Hi TT. That an order for steel sent by the Poison Logging company lo the flrme of Newmeyer A Dia mond of New York waa substitut ed for one calling for twice as much material, will be one of the charges mads In the suit be ing tried this week in federal court. In which the New York firm asks 84.000 for the steel. CRKW STILL ABOARD Wllll'hlli TAHOMA VALDKZ. Alaska, Sept. 2R. — The steamship Cordova reached the stranded revenue cutter Ta homa today. It la believed, al though no word has been receiv ed. The crew of the cutter la still aboard. DULL, SPLITTING, SICK HEADACHE « Dr. .lame*-' Headache Powders re lieve at once—lO ceata a Package. Yon take a Dr. James' Head ache Powder and tn Just a fsw moments your head olears and all neuralgia and pain fades away. It's the quickest and surest relief for headache, whether dull, throb bing, splitting or nerve-rackjng. Send someone to the drug store and get a dime package now. Quit Buffering—lt's so needless. Be sure you get Dr. James' Head ache Powders -then there will be no disappointment. Wholesale Quotations (Corrected Sept. 24.) Livestock—Cows, b 0 8c; calve* B(&'.r, hogs So; sheep 496 c; lambs, 5 Ca He. In. iter and Sgg*—Kan h bat ter, 26 ©28c; strictly fresh ranch eggs, 84 fa 35c. Poultry — Hens, 11 ©12c; ducks, 10© 12c; squabs, |2; rab bits, Sir 1 tic, turkeys, 20c. Jobbing Quotations. The toll >wlng prion ar* t.r atshad th* Ttmas dally by landing firms engaged In ths varloßs lines fo fruit, produce, meats, pro. visions, etc. These prices are paid by tbs retailers to tbs co m ■____• slon men. Cheese — Wash.. 1» 0 ; Tllla mcok. 17e. Eggs—Freeh ranch, 8 7 ©2 Be. Butter—Washington creamery. 34©35 c; Oregon, Sic. Fresh Mests — Steer, ll© 12 He; cows, 11 He; heifers, 12c; bogs, trimmed sides,! 18c; do, combination, l7Hr; I whole. 14c; small veal. 10 & j 11*; heavy real, 10 ©lie •we* tHe; mutton, wether*. * lOVtr; lamb, 12 ©I.lc Fruits — Omvensteln apples.! $1; native apple*. 75c© ft Bananas. 4He lb. Plneap- ' piss. dos.. 12.(0. Oranges, Val- \ em las. 93©3.26 Lemons, choice. 94 60©7. Peaches, Blberta a* fancy clings, &0©«0r box. Water melons. 7F.c cwt Burhank plums. 7 or crate. Yakima prune*, •Or box. Fall butter pears, ft.SO. Peach plums, 75c© $1 Grapes. Malaga, crate, ll.lt; Taklma Concords. 36c. Huckleberries. <c lb. Cantaloupes, Gem, 91.16. Transparent crabapplea. 6 oc. Vegetablea — -frees onions, ao* dos, Oregon yellow, cwt.. 91.1t, Hand Lettuo*. 30 ©40c dos. Tur nip*, 3100. enrrot*. 91.50; retail. 8 lb. 25c. Potatoes. Taklma, |37; satires. 926 Cucumuers. larga, dos.. 4 to. Cabbage*, lb., lVfcc. Cauliflower, dos.. 40c. green corn. dob.. 80c. Hubbard squash. 2e lb. Spinach, lb.. 6*. Chill peppers, 10c lb. Tmoat.es. box. 40*7 40<v Wax beans. Ic. Sweet potato**, cwt . 92. Pump kin* l l-Sc lb. Bell pepper*. 50c box Hop*, 1914 crop, 17 ©He; 1913 crop, nominal WANTA BE LUCKY? BUY A TICKET Here* * little tip— If you want to keep out af jnll— If you want to speed to your heart's content without being molested— If you wsnt te go out for n time, without th* worry jf gat ting pinched;— Buy a ticket to the policemen « ball. The ball takes place November 18. I'atll that time a ticket to the afflar Is as good aa an Insur ance policy. For where will yon find a cop with patriotism so dead that he would pinch anyone who bad forked over au Iron Boy for n dame ticket? Get the idea? Jap Soldiers Build Railway PEKIN. China. Bept. 25.—The Japanese government. If It has not begun to do so. evidently In tends building a narrow gauge railway from the seaport of Lung- Kow, on the northern roaßt of the Chinese province of Shan-Tung, to Kiau-Chau, the German con cession on the Shan-Tung peuln : aula. Considerable suspicion has been arou»ed among the Chinese of ficials h> the supposed intentions of Japan because of the prece dent of the Amount; Mukden rail way, which became ultimately a | permanent broad-gauge line. Indigeatioa. Our health bread. Muenwald's, BIS llth. "Advertisement." Dictionary. (The following definitions, based ii|M>n the organization of the British army, are valuable tn making clear the troo.i move ments which are described in dis patches from the front. It must be remembered that the composi tion of the other armies Is not exactly similar to that of the British, but the following defini tions are as typical as ran be given in brief space i BATTALION*—An Infantry unit of 1,086 men 11000 bayonet*). Its front In two deep line or In modern-attack formation Is 840 yards Is grouped for I actual purposes into two half-battalions, each commanded by a major, th*' whole being under the command of a lieutenant-colonel. COMPANY Is <*te-eighth of an Infantry battalion; commanded by a captain. BQI ADRON Is composed of I two cavalry troops, and Is a ma neuvering unit. TRtIOP—A cavalry company, I the smallest unit; commanded by a captain. BATTERY—A group of guns (generally six), whether field or siege, under the command of a major. The term Includes also the wagons, horses, men, and all the equipment. REOIMKNT- Consists either of four squadrons of cavalry, some six or seven bstterles of artillery, or three or four battalions of in fantry. llUK.llll*—Consists of four battalions and is commanded by a brigadier-general. There are three regiments of cavalry In all cavalry brigades. An artillery brigade consists of three bsttsries. DIVISION—Is the smallest unit which contains all branches of the service. A small army in itself, under n general officer and capa ble of acting independently; Its strength is variable, but Is gen erally close upon 10,000 men with some ,100 officers. COUNT THE DAYS To September 30 -the last day of sale for M g EXCURSION TICKETS I / TO THE EAST _/ ■ I_*t us arrange your trip. We will re- t aerve Standard or Tourist Bleeping car _^^r I berths on either of _^^r I TW" —«s_____^^ I I 72-Hnl R _^^^^>-^^^^^^ ■ THROK.H LOW WESTBOUND 1 ihicaoo W COLONIST FARES m M From the East, Sept. 24 % M Oct. 8. TICKETS: 925 Pacific Aye., Tacoma. Phone Main 128. C. B. Foster, C. P. A. J - A. D. Charlton, A. O. P. A. NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY THS TACOMA TtMBB American Scientist Re ceives Tribute From England. MADISON, Wis.. Sept. 26 —Al- though moat people in America know Charles R Van Hla* as "the trust-busting college presi dent," in Europe tb* president of the I'uiverslty of Wisconsin Is better known as a geologist, and the Geological society of London has just appointed him Its foreign correspondent. President Van His* attracted world wide attention two year* ago whon h* published bis book, "A Solution of the Trust Prob lem," advocating regulation and control of trusts by administra tive commissions. U. CLUB OPFICKRH Electing new officers last night the University club selected My ron c Cramer, a young attorney, as president for the coming year, and A B Comfort, H. W. Palmer, W. VV. Keyes. W. V. Morse and R. F. Mi't-lvenny as trustee*. KNTKHTAIN FIKTY PKIKNDB AT WHIHT Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Casmler and Mr. and Mr». W. R. Chapman entertained r>o guests Wednesday evening at the home of the form er, 11117 Bast 35th street, tn hon or of Mr. Casmler's birthday and the tenth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs Chapman. Progres sive whist was enjoyed and danc ing was later Indulged In. SICK CHILDREN LOVE CASCARETS FOR THE BOWELS Glre «Oaady Cathartic" for a had cold, Moar stomach, ,<,■■- I s« I pat lon. Get a 1 o cent box now. Mest of the Ills of childhood sre -caused by a sour, disordered stomach, sluggish liver and con stipated bowels. They catch cold easily, become cross, listless. Irri table, feverish, restless. tongue coated, don't eat or sleep well and need a gentle cleansing of the bowels — but don't try to force a nauseating dose of oil Into the! little one's already sick stomach— it is cruel, needless and old-fash ioned Any child will glady take Cas oarets Candy Cathartic which act gently never grl|>e or produce the slightest uneasiness— though cleanse Ihe little one's system, sweeten the stomach and put the liver snd bowels ia a pure, healthy condition. Full directions for children and grownups in each packaga. Mothers can rest easy after giving this gentle, thorough laxa tive which costs only 10 cents a box at any drug store. Remember M J^S^SS'/mi_t^ »--^-y. S*-i W Charged 'tthe / JTTfW f V __3T /I * F _-T _Xl--L \W Mi F * __T__^___r Purchases P-yallup /* fidlT Mlflt \\\\\tk\f*w_Mm iii Ciii dff J f a: / After _E*h Fair /v-M*'"' _, ____. . _ _ _7_L_Jl__7 '""** W °° °* B. B. Page. Receiver. °ct Special Sale of Men's New Ties A lot of 100 dosen perfectly new ties for men have just been received. These are exceptional values and are sure to please the most fastidious dresser. See Pacific Avenue Windows. The ties are four-in hand cravats made with large open ends, the very latest thing In men's neckwear. The assortment from which to choose is most varied —all the new combinations of the season. 35c Each 3 for $1 WOMEN'S CREPE GOWNS 98c High neck nightgowns are shown, mad* in all white crepe with facing on neck, sleeves and front of dainty Dresden crepe. HHpon gowns of white wlrti wide Ouny lace edge; dainty Dresden crepe tn pink, lavender, blue with edging *f torchon or Cluny lac* and ribbon run. A dozen new patterns In gowns made of fine soft Windsor crepe; QQr* priced, each 30C Last Day of Linoleum Sale 85c to $100 INLAID LINOLEUM 67c (JO. PRINTED LINOLEUM 38c $1.50 INLAID LINOLEUM .... $1.00 - — - ■ *■ »1.2S St $1.35 INLAID LINOLEUM 89c $1.00 INLAID LINOLEUM 69c f 1 <i 5 INLAID LINOLEUM $1.20 65c TO 75c PRINTED LINOLEUM 48c 75c SHEET LINOLEUM 49c fi) Styleplus 4M7 Clothes **' ___________________________________________________i__i*_. "The Mime price the world ov«t\ How many clothes really please you? How much do you spend for those clothes? Styleplus clothes, suits, evening clothes or overcoats may be pur chased for. each $17.00 low price is possible because Sonneborn clothes are a specialty. They are made of all wool fabrics with substantial linings. Fine work nanship marks each suit. Sonic men like extreme clothes, others prefer con servative styles. A wide assortment is shown in Styleplus clothes, and an interesting variety of ma terials and color combinations. ''Dress well and pay less for your clothes." In other words buy a Styleplus outfit. One Price—-sl7 Read Stylejrlus Ad. in Saturday Evening Post. . Nadia Corsets $1 These corsets are shown with both medium and low bust; are soft over the hip so that the boning does not rub th* hip bone, and boned lightly and firmly, giving easy and graceful lines to tbe figure. «• -j Aft Prlc* 4 I.lit/ Charged Purchases Marie After OAth Oo On Oct Hill Rendered Nov. Ist. $22.50 Suits $18.95 Very attractive Rcdingote effects, mili tary modes and other of the season's novelty styles are featured in our fall Ready-to-Wear. Diagonal cloths, pop lins, gabardines, serges and granite cloths are materials used. Regular $22.50. Special $18.95 $2.25 CHIFFON WAISTS $1.95 Pretty chiffon waists in gray and blue, trimmea with lace, velvet and novelty buttons. Sizes 34 and 36. Tn high neck and short sleeve style. Reduced from MM to $1.95 NEW HALCYON PETTICOATS 98c Our new Halcyon Petticoats, in green, blue and black are here. Made in staple styles. A splendid petticoat for ser\ Price 98c A .parages — Llbby * Mc- Neil's well-known brand— No. t% can. large wblts peeled. It to 2 2 pieces In can, ,15c value. Special, can ST He ANperaft-as —No i H can, large white, 30c value. Spe cial, per can arte A .parages — No. t H can, large green, 25c value. Spe cial, can . . . Mt Asperaa-as—No. 1 can. amall tlpa, 25c value. Special, «"BB SBc Floap - Magnet. Our guar antee on every sack. 4»-lb. sack Sl.ee Per barrel Se_m Limit one lot to n customer • Varkers and Bisraite—Ta coma made Crackers and Rlscuita In bulk are much cheaper than la packages and Just aa good. Olnger Snaps, per Ik.. . tee Chocolate Eclairs, lb.. . ark- Chocolate Fingers, lb SBc Coeoanut Tarfy, per lb . Me Oraham Sasdwicb. lb Mr Fig Bar. per lb .We Animal Crackers, lb. . aOc ba Orange Crackers, lb. ai>r Helas Park sad Wsaas— Mo. 1 caa, t*r; dos. ..91.00 No. 2 can, lSe: <lnzgl.au .sn anc; dos sa.ee . See Pacific Avenue Windows. New stripes, figures iind plain corded two tone reps comprise the beautiful color ef fects shown iv these silk ties. No better looking ties could be had for the money. 35c Each 3 for $1 TRIMMED HATS ON SALE $3.95 Excellent values tn women's trimmed hats In velvet or plush In the popular toque shape or medium sized hats. Fae ry ostrich stlckups, wings and ribbon are the trimmings used. *o QC Priced specially *>0-9u GROCERIES Apricots — Hunt's Aanasoa Brand— No. 3% can. 90c value, spe cial I Be 2 for asc; par dosea. .91.de (toffee— Peoples Store Queen Java Blend, 40c value, special SHe 3 lba. for 91.cc Peoples Store Magnet Blend. 36c vnlue. special ace 3 lba. for see Peoples Store DeHaace Blend, 25e value, special, Te*ley's Ceylon Tea. - Oreen Table. 1 lb. cans, 75e value, spatial eoc People' ■ Store Higfc Orade —lend Tea—Something spe cial, tl 06 value. Special, lb liw Royal Raking Powder—l lb cans, 46c value. Bpeetal dSr bnlk: lie vales, special, par lb tde Plaeapplt'i—Hunt's Snprsms Orape, Red Label, No. 2% can, Hawaiian sliced Pine apple, can SSr Par dosen aa.rn •ataer —Freak churned MA lensburg Butter, lb ST He 3 lbs Sl.in Limit 3 lbs. to a customer. P*OE TKKSB .