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Friday, Nov. 10,1915.
Sacrifice Sale OP THE STOCK OF THE UNITED CLOTHING SHOP MUST RAISE MONEY And we Intend to do it, if good, honest merchandise, at a fraction of its worth, will be <>i any inducement to you. All merchandise guaran teed as represented. Furnishing Goods CHOICE oj all our new PANTS 3hlrtT° rk 35C fal| ami Winter $15.00 $5.00 Pants #Q OC ZrS 0* «ti and S,'«c |1 50 Flannel QR^ Kal" at * J.ZO Shirts ijtft *inOC $3.50 Pants 00 CC |2.00 Flannel •I"': «p 11/.SJD at #£iUU Shirts f IiJU $3 00 Pants •*) 4 C X 8 Flannel $1.65 OHo^ of all our $10.00 « jf^g 75c Underwear MT garments at' #lilo 'or tf"7 r\C »2.00 Pants Clili; $1.50 Underwear AC. $7.95 at $liW l or »•"» All bargains at the money Sweaters, Drees ShirU, Work VT . , . . n -l „u E B «vlnir to vnu Shirts, Underwear, Gloves, Nothing held 111 rfScl'VO. ana a llg Bavlug t0 you> Ties suspenders, socks ur- Tome eailv and get your SEE OUR brellas and Handkerchiefs , . • ™ «TV»TT^rtT«» all Included in this sale. choice. WINDOW Sale Opens Friday, November 19th. Come early and make your money go farther than it every went before IN THE EDITOR'S MAIL Short Utter* from Times readers, of central Interest and wlthosjt personal malice, will be prints'. Write about anything or anybody rou nlsh, but do not hero mailee v yeur motive. Manx letters are Mtl printed fteeaaaa they are to* Us* Koep 'eat abort. '•""*" HAVE OIR PKRMIBBIOX Editor The Times: If Atkins, Mills, Woods and Drake go through with their pres ent T. K. & P. program, why not recall the whole four of them? M'KINLEY HILL. A nOIQIET Tour paper re lo ve congratu lated on its forceful, fearless pre sentation of the Stone & Webster GET RID OF VILE CATARRH HYOMEI HYDE SHIP BRAKE COMPANY TACOMA, WASH. This Is a __^__ Tlle *'* 'orw«r<l MOIti::, OK A ISjr t :^ T7TT~ ' I llrakee shown in the SHIP hh follows: picture are known Length.... RIM) Ft. ; v a* the Automatic Capacity...... V *, , M Brakes and thoae Bilge Keel Brakes --M/ «»*■■■■. - '" "M M„* , Analysis or tests ' M ' This picture shown made In governtneot B»U Brakes open model tenting basin .* .^^^^^^^■^^^^^^^^■■■VPV^PzLr 7^ 3-n „.- . < • showed till, vessel pJßßßß*^^^^' V -^:'3. < j c"f"«ry for could be stopped In ti&i"~ ' ' ■ * '-;'"' •-'*•, the BS6 feet when tray- EL .;.-.. ' ■ v ■- . Brak*« Is controlletl ellnc at a syeed of Wfo t;:,,! '.. . ,i*' r, ——_jftu»*a^B^H from the llot hou 17 knots. You Are Invited to Call and See This Working Model at 911 Pacific Aye. Open Evenings. SAFETY FIRST Applies to Your Financial as Well as Your Physical Welfare, So DON'T WAIT UNTIL TOO LATE—YOU CAN BUY NOW AT $5.00 Per Share J,G'; Down; Balance 10% a Month. A Bonus of One Share of Stock A for Each $100 on Cash Sales. The Price Will Be Advanced to at Least h $7.50 Per Share Long Before the Sacond Instalment Is Due. M OPEN EVENINGS LADIES ABB INVITED line-up in which four of our city councilmen are to be found. What a contrast to the servile attitude of the other three dallies. South Tacoma. W. C. D. WtftCKK JOHN 1> is Editor The Times: Will you please send me Rocke feller's address and wherelie is? CURIOUS. 4 West 54th st., New York city. This shown the Hyomel outfit just as you get it at drug stores. Inside of thin box in a bottle of Ilvnmel. a hard rubber pocket in haler, that will last a life time, iind simple instructions for end ing catarrh. Into tlie inhaler you pour a few drops of magical Hyomei (pro nounce it High-o-me). This li absorbed by the antisep tic gauze in the inhaler and now you are ready to breathe It In over the germ infested membrane where it will speedily begin its work of killing catarrh germs. Hyomei is made of Australian eucalyptus combined with other antiseptics aud is very pleasant to breathe. Jt Is guaranteed to end catarrh, bronchitis, sore throat, croup, coughs and colds, or money back. It cleans out a stuffed up head in a few minutes. Sold by druggists and by Crown Drug Co. Complete outfit is in expensive and includes inhaler. And remember that extra bottles, if afterwards needed, cost only a trifling sum. Breathe it, that's all. To break up cold In the head or chest in a few minutes, pour a tea spoonful of Hyomei into a bowl of boiling water, cover head and bowl with towel and breathe the vapor. Deny They're Promoting a Boxing Club Stanley V. Bell, W. L. Alfred and Jos. M. McDonald issued a statement today denying they are interested in the formation of an organization to be known as the Washington Amateur Athletic club to promote boxing contests and other sports, as was announc ed recently. "While we believe in boosting and will be glad to suport any uc credlted club in its efforts to pro mote all clean sports, including boxing," they said, "our private 1 Interests arc such as to prevent us from actively engagelng in this line. "Further than this, we believe the Eagles Athletic club and Paul Steele's Tacoma School of Boxing can be depended on to take nare of the boxing game in Tacoma." CHI CRIPPLED; U. IS CHEERFUL CHICAGO, Nov. 19—The larse number of cripples in the Uni versity of Chicago squad has put Coach Stagg up against a mini proposition for tomorrow's game with the Illinois team. On the other hand Coach Zuppke brought his Illinois squad to Chi cago today, happy and entirely optimistic over the coming con test. MARRIAGR LICENSES Henry T. Jones of Dry Ridge, Ky., and Annie B. Rezman of Stevens Point, Wns.; Oeo. K. Bradley and Zetta Norrison, both of St. 1.11 nip. John F. Beals and Florence Kbllv. both of Timmi THE TACOMA TIMES BENEFIT TOMORROW Tomorrow morning will see mother special movie show at the Colonial theater for the benefit af<» fund being raised for Thanks giving dluuers for the poor. The sptrtal show, arranged as an appsal to children. Is beaded by Mary Plckford la "Cinderella." a good comedy film, and some South American travel plcturoa. The Asso ciated Charities, which has taken over the Thanksgiving dinner work, has decided to distribute basket dinners to needy families, rather than attempt to arrange a large <! nner where all the poor would eat at the same time. MEANS MERRY XMAS Destitute sick of Tacoma will be Riven relief again this Chrlnt niHH by the Eagles' lodge. A dance, will he held Bhortly before tin holidays It wax announced today, and all receipts will be turned over to the visiting nurses of Tacoma, who will distribute aid to the suf fering families they have been attending. Last year the Kaglee gave the proceeds of a boxing smoker, amounting to $700, for this cause. This year's dance will be held In Eagles' hall. WILL TACKLE POSERS \V. A. Moore, pastor of the Finn Christian church, will deliver a series of lectures on the book of Hevelatlon beginning Sunday night. The following are among the questions to he answered: What are represented by the golden candlestick and the stars? Are we now in the mllenial age? What U signified by the several horses of Revelation—white, red, black and pale? What is meant by "Silence In heaven for half an hour"? Ih the present war referred to in Revelation? PROBERS RETURN Mrs. Abbie E Danforth and Mrs. T. J. Hamilton, Tacoma club women, who have been Investigating charges of Mrs. Hoss against officials of Pacific county In connection with the North river nlgnt rldlng case, returned last evening. Both of the local club women would make no statements until they had seen the governor, but both Intimated that there was some peculiarity in the appointment of C. E. MnOklW and Mrs. Kute Young of Olympia to investigate the officials' aide Of the affair BABY BADLY FORMED CHICAGO, Nov. 19. —The Inquest over the death of the defec tive Bollinger infant was continued today before a number of Chi cago physicians. The autopsy Bhowed the infant to be deaf in its only ear and paralyzed on one ilde. It also had curvature of the spine and hemmorhages of the spinal canal. WORLD'S MIGHTIEST WASHINGTON, D. C , Nov. 19.-- Details of the construction of what will be the two largest battleships afloat are b»lng arranged by Secretary Daniels. One of the features of the new vessels will be 16-Inch guns, an Inch greater In diameter than any now afloat. APPOINT J. P.'S County commissioners appointed two new Justices of the peaoe yesterday to fill vacancies at Ruston and Eatonvllle. Joseph T. Dickinson and Charles H. Williams wtfe the men named, re spectively. I lulu \l«ll//^tULnHLlVl BTKIjLA'H BAHGAIN COI'NTKB The wine gny doesn't take the girl yachting who's iitxuit really to "throw him over." German churches beinß strip ped of copper for military pur poses. Dr. T. F. Smiili has returned from visit to F.hnKtm hospitals and opened offices In the Fidelity Imii 11 lint, rooms 800 and 811. adv. American Dankers' association doesn't like Comptroller Will iams' charges that national banks Skin Eruptions WiUJanish Quickly Removed by the line of Stuart'h Onlrium Wafers, the Eradlcator of All Skin Kruptlons. Trial Package Mailed Free. Just in a few days you can clear the skin of all blemishes, pimples, blotches, Kver-spots, muddy com plexion, blackheads, etc., if you will use Stauart's Calcium Wafers. IMmples and eruptions come from the inside —from impurs blood—and you can't cure them Why Suffer These When You Cab (Jet Hid of Them All Ho HmUjt? by rubbing stuff on the out side of the face. Purify the blootf and the blemishes will disappear. Stuart's Calcium Wafers will often clear the complexion in a few days' time. That's the won derful part of it—they act right off—ln a hurry. That's because they've made of just the ingredi ents needed to drive all polsonji and impurities from the blood. Your face will become as closer and pure as a rose. With Stuart s Calcium Wafers you don't have to wait for months before getting results- Even bolls have bee* cured In a few days' time with these remarkably effective blood cleansers. You c»n get Btuart's Calcium Wafers of any druggist at 60 cents a box. Also mall coupon today for free trial package. FIIKR TRIAL COUPON P. A. Staurt Co., Sll Smart Kldg., Marshall, Midi. Seo4 me at once, by return mail, a free trial package of Stuart** Calcium Wafers. Km c Bet y State exact. usurious Interest rates. H.'iiin «Hji Germany liac all tin 1 cottou she needg (or the war. •TAX IV IIICL:, ritINTINfJ CO. "»dT." \'acn(ionn and furlough*! (or Viinnma canal employeß Indicate o.'in;il will not be opened up to traffic for conic time. Th anksglvlng turkey In Chica- go retailing at 27 and 28 centß a pound, 15 per cent higher than last year. Diamond Rings «5 to $150. Pfaff, Jeweler, 1147 Brdwy. adv. H. ii. Henley of Tcoma, chos en moderator of Joint meeting of Tin uiiiii and Seattle associations , of Congregational church, in Se-1 attle. ' Warrants out against 4B per sons In Pittsburg charged with violating election laws. Washiagton farmers still hold ing wheat for better prices. Benefit concert laat night at Temple of Music brings in $20 j for Associated Charities shoe! fund. Mrli«an the contract mover. Main ih.-.0. "adr" Following rebuff given him by King County Melical society, Dr. R. P. Smith, chairman, resigns from state board of medical ex aminertt. Rerlin says Germany han plen ty of money to continue War till ; next spring and doesn't expect an- I other war loan now. Dr. Robinson, Dentist, National Realty building. . adv. Boien IVi.ri>H« denies he la actively in the field for republi can presidential nomination. . Japanese liner Tacom* Maru leaves with big cargo for Orient. * ivo more vessels of Pacific Coast Of), to be converted into oil burners. North Tacoma camp No. 798, IV. O- W., dance and social Mod- Oa> i.lklu. Not. 22, Ka«lea hall, -tilth and K. Good time. Mimic ffi *dT- --ITred Johnson, who knock el a deputy sheriff unoonaclous in at iitiiiiti to escape, found guilty of asav'lt with intent to kill In Spokane court. ' William Holt, 08, Seattle hotel Wife, leaves f 160,000 estate to Joe Susukl, Japanese woman. Jumping from vlnflAw n? n W winaow oi v. in. passenger train Fred MeOuire, I Leaven worth . OLD FOLKS NEED XASCARETS' FOR LtVER, BOWELS Salts., calomel, pills act on bowels like popper arts in nostrils. Enjoy life! Don't stay bilious, sick, headachy and '-oiistipntod. Get a 1 ft-cent box now. Mont old people must give to the bowels some regular help, else they suffer from constipation. The condition Ih perfectly natur al. It 1b just as natural as It Is for old people to walk slowly. For age Is never so active as youth. The musoles are less elastic. And the bowels are muscle*. So all old people need Oancar ets. One might an well refuse to aid weak even with gluiises as to neglect thltt gentle uld to weak bowels. The bowelß nuiHt be kept active. This In Important nt all ages, but never no much us at fifty. Ako Is not a time for harsh' physics. Youth muy occasionally whip the bowels into activity. But a lash can't be titled every day. What the bowels of the old need lit a gentle and natural tonic. One that can be constantly used wlth ■ out harm. The only such tonic li Cascurets, and they cost only 10 cents per box at any drug stort. jThey work while you sleey. Francisco and Pnget Sound. «'iii flowers ii mi floral work. Illn/, florist, So. 7tii anil K. adv. Gen. \ ill.i if portel woundod In engaKi'inent laßt nlßht at Aqua de Coyotes. (Vnttrart for $2fl,000,«00 worth of rifles for Kussian army closed by Cleveland capitalists and N. Y. munition brokers. . Lovettiok maid ens and heavy draeouna to have Joint rehearsal tonight for oper etta "Patience" to he stuget ChrUtuiHs fi'i benefit of Day nursery. (terman-Ameriran lenttue of Pierce county to give entertain ment at Fraternity hall at 2:30 Sunday afternoon. Carnations, BKc doz. and np. Rlttlo Moral Co., 756 Ht. Helens. Main 1817. adv. Dr. C. W. IJttlefleld or Seu'tle opposes theory at evolution in talk on "Origin and Nature of Life" at First Christian church. Tnroina Life Insurance asnocl ation to meet for dinner tonight NO QUININE IN THIS COLD CURE i'Pape's Cold Compound' ends colds and grippe in a few hours Take "Pape's Cold Compound" every two hours until you have taken three doses, then all sripp* misery goes and your cold will be broken. It promptly opens your elogged-up nostrils and this air passages of the head; stops nasty | discharge Or nose running; re lieves the headache, dullness, fe ▼erlshneM, sore throat, sneezing, soraness and stiffnesi. Don't stay stuffed-upl Quit blowing and scuffling. Base your throbbing bead —nothing else in the world gives such prompt re lief as "Pape's Cold Compound," which costs only 25 cents at any drug store. It acts without assist ance, tastes nice, and causes no Inconvenience. Accept no substi tute. Ll'lti Arthur says: A aiinpi" f^L _^^a^^Bß on jo' cheek am worth two on 4M .^S^Bfl 7"' elbow •"X Vl^ B^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^l Uitr*. A jproucb vBBfIP .^bbTbl fc^^^^^ b^bW '|o»n Ktt lYjw B^^ yo' nothin' T*^^^ W^r^ "" time no- ■* fc £ ADMAN TALKS^^L Most of vi, in bu> in« a bat, are blind to the real quality, the color and shape being the chief con- Bk slderatlon. W If the salesman says, "This la a John A r)oe or a R'cn«r«l Roe hat," you still V J \ . Bk "»▼« gotten no further than the color J^BB M w^S V ;' and the shape, for names other than a ■ M ns£—"A l»ery few mean nothing to the average BBHa IK \J\ -*f I man In connection with the hat he B^Bfl |§t /T<aX I buys, but If, as we say to yon, "this la BBHa ml ,«J a BTETSON Hat at $3.50" or "thla Is a B^BI Tl IsHr^^TZ?* WSTM GORDON Hat at $8.00," we have |^BJ lilt f /r^B^/fo'f n»n>ed the missing element, Quality and BUh M. V_. yeSKK llf f the price therefor. ■ Mm ■ mU ■ ~^M I By the same token a blind man could fl II ■ ■ iTS^,I^ bbyuy a "STETSON" or a "GORDON" Hat M Miry 1 IbIH I IJand know that ht would get his moneys M *■ -' VLf HSrworth- Mm 18/ M^l^M^^^n^ Onr personal guarantee goes with M If A^ f^-*^% JIT-!* •T«rT "DIOKSON" Hat we sell at IJ.OO. ;■ » ll^ / >' WaMgnk y O » tor r«*dlng thi. adrec- 1^«»| HOMKTIHMJ MOW KVKHV I>AY __, I IMI 111 >» h-TOIIK ON PAOIVIO A\K Underwear Display Week Of the Celebrated "Merode" $££*, Underwear NOVEMBER liitli 20th We like to sell our custo- niiT;- "Merode" Underwear. tirr^ It iiifitns satisfaction .mil j/wiiflr^^^ natlHfied customers are our jk qDFA \ greatest asset. We have if ')&'QKm \ always ttik»>n a keen Interest fwrilJji ' \ In our underwear depart tf^fa^d "^zJ,A \ uiimil since Installing this J^>^ -jufcf v brand We can re< immend iSh^ D The large nel«ftlon of stylet, tfflf f H 11/', I I'siiui ifnl finish, extra gual Ll^^B I L.^^ V'f ivi.rs r;o, to *:;.r>(t YuM \ '^B (■(lino prepared to b" HUlted, T^H Don't forget our perfect fit- WmnUfH AMD Mb Women's white medium DRBN'B UNDKRWBAR — weight Merino Ve«U. made No matter whut Htylo or »'*«»» '" ><<k. ••"'K »le«ves, al.o what grade of a garment you duchess neck and elbow ar« sfekiiiK. it will i>ny you Beeves; punts ank c length. to look here. You will find These Kamientß will plea»« beat qualities for your >011' « >«"»'««1, «»j money. tlie Kar|llßnt * ■ Women's mixed wool I'nlon HI,KKI'IN(J UAIIMKNTH— Suits, hlßh neck, long Dr. Denton'B Sleeping Oar hU'cwh, nukle iMfth. Sizes ments for clilldrHn; with 4, |, 6, *4 FA drop or open «eat; warm the Biilt W I lOU and comfortable for cold Sizes 7, 8, 9, *1 7C nlghtß. I'pwardu Cft^ the suit from UVO Children's "Merode" white Misses' white fleeced cot cotton medium heavy weight ton I'nlon Suits, Dutch neck Union Butts, lilgh neck, iinc | elbow Bleeves, ankle loiif; Rleevi's; mario from thu U-iiKth: the soil, RQo lieHt yarn obtainable. G4 BOf mid WWW T'rlced, suit 83c and *l chlldrens Wool Hose, all ssra^^-jas jj«^ »«ir- 35c it- the 63c Women's white fine Bilk and ollt »iria*\ valuf" 50c 39c wool high neck, long sleeves to 75c; the pair .... Www and ankle length. iu< well as Children's Fiber 811k Hoa (liicboss neck and ankle lery, in pink, blue and Un; I TiKth Union Oil 7C good Bizes; regularly 1Q« Suits, at )4i I 3 85c; pair I «»w KWSKK'S ITAMAN AND VKNKTIAN HII.K UNDERWKAR MDOoao A most complete line of Knickers—purple, lavender, emerald, taupe, champagne, peach, salmon, n«w blue, navy, gold and American Heauty; regular #1 70 value »2.60. Priced #lilw KAYBKK'H HILK VKHTH, HI.mHTI.Y SOILED (fli.OO values for »2.n« vuluew for fB.OO value* for $1.39 $1.69 $1.95 at Olympuß hotel. Twelve members of crew of American line steamer New York sentenced to 14 days imprison ment at hard labor In Liverpool, ..... \<>HTlii:u\ PACIFIC ArrlT* l'lOa m. Spokane Limited—No. I'aklma. Pasco, Bpokan* 1:10 a. m. 140 a m. Portland Night Exp— Vial Pt. Defiance 1.00 a.m. 6:10 am Beattlu from Fortalnd via. PI. Defiance 1:30 a.m. 800 a m. Atlantic Kxp — Hpokane, Helena, Dutte, St. Paul Chicago 10:60 a. m, 800 a.m. Wllkesun, Carbonado, Fairfax ..... .. 7:04 p.m. aOO a m Gray* Harbor Line—Via Point Line * Ulympla 4:10 p.m. « 16° m' Portland Local—Via Yelm and Ho. Taooma »:26a.nT. 10 10 a in. Beattle Jjocal- Beat tie and Intermediate 1:11 a.m. KJ,,, Seattle—From Portland via Yelm and Ho. Tac... 11:18 pm. i oou'm.' Grays Har. Local—Vln Point »*ti*t\ce ....... 480 pm. Mlsi. Val. Lim—Bllltnfs. Kan. City. St Louli... l:«0a. m. Jlijp,,,. Seattle—Kiom Gray* liar, via Pt. Defiance.... 4:lopm. E-nonm Ortln«, Carbonado, Buckley, Kanasket 10 to a. m. IWl'm. rortl'n<J Bpe.lal via Pt. Deflano. & Centralla.. 6:Hp.ta. SDOdi" Gray. Harbor Exp.-Vla Lakevtew * Uupont. 11:20 p.m. ?00pn. No. Coait Urn.—Spokane. Butte St. Pnul, Chla 1:30 p.m. 12-45 D m Brattle—From Qrayg Har. via. 80. Tacoma .... 11:10 p.m. 9-»0d in Seattle—From Portland via Pt. Defiance »:20p. m. Mod ni Seattle—From Orays Harbor Ma Pt. Defiant*.. (:40p.m. 8.50 p.m. o * TACOMA-BAWBBJI RAILWAY .^ 8- a a tn Ashford, Mtirton i:4B p. ID. 50a.m. A"nloj; lii lCAOO< „,, WAI UK.i. * «T. PAUIi 835 am. Orayi Uar. Spec—Aberdeen, lroyulam, Raymond «:0B p. m. 1 4Ba.m. Olympian—Spokane, Minoula, UutU. 9t. Paul. ' CUlciiKO * *** "•■" p. IB* « 00p m. Columbian— Spokane. MlMoula. Butte. St. Paul, Chicago i:»sa. B. O^W. H. * N. CO. (Union Depot.) H4SD m. Portland and Grays Harbor Owl 4:4»a.«. 4:46pm. Beattle Jfcal MJtSt 10-50 a m. Shaita Limited T..r« Ji«tS: dL,n^.^.ttr h..:::::::::::::::::::: »}; Ji .;«•&.. -an.. £ ' R^l ioßTV,^Rv.-'"; I '" — 19-iin m Portland Local—Portland and Intermediate.... U:AO p. m. "•OOpiS; international Lim.-Seattle Everett. Vancouver I-M^m. iV'io am Portland Owl—Shore Line Kxpre«» ............ J.OOa. m. llliv.m. PorUand Llm|t.d-Centralla. Cheh.lli. Portland 1:« p. »■ I -45 p.m. Oriental Llm.—Spokane. Havre. 8t Paul. CMe. 14:00 p.m. ft!4Bp. m. Southeast Express—Great Falls. Billings. Kan- lt . itPiSi , 10 :0t p. m. Vancouver Owl—Vancouver' and' InVermidiati.'.' 1I;M P- to. PAGE THBIB Eng., for leaving vessel unprovld-. Ed With passport*. Hi-dttif.il Kite reunion enda to day In Tacoma with conferring of Slot and Uiind degree.