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Thursday, Deo. 16, 1915.
TEETH I_jL__lj ___L__i_jL«_v>:Cv^a ' l»|Z-4 _Af_ rWTVV H _Pn T^^ \*W Dr. A. R. Marks, Mgr. MB.WORKiNGMAK Our offices are open evenings from 7 fo 8 %& CHICAGO DENTISTS 1124 H Pacific Aye. I TACOMA THEATER 1 KOW RUNNING Twice Dully— it: to and H o'Clock The Great Patriotic Photo Spectacle "A Call to Arms— Against War" Baned on Hudson Maxim's "De fenseless America,' with CHARLES RICHMAN and an all-star Vitagraph caßt. Orchestra of 10 A Groat Put riot ir Appeal Wove Within a Rig Gripping Diaiim That Thrills the Very Marrow of Every American, Whether of Native or Alien llirtli. Prices—23c and 50c. Children Sine, any seat. WOULD RAISE ROW WITHOUT 6 WIVES WASHINGTON*, D. C, Dec. 16. —Brig. Gen. Frank Mclntyre, head of the bureau of insular af fairs, speaking yesterday before the senate Philippine committee, * urged that the paragraph prohib iting polygamy in the Islands be kept out of the pending bill. He said the Moros consider it a high honor to have half a dozen wives and such v law could not be enforced without loss of life and possibly wrecking of existing peace in the islands. Cured His RUPTURE I I was badly ruptured whiliaj lifting a trunk several years ago. Doctors said my only hope of cure was an operation. Trusses did me no good. Finally 1 got hold of something that quickly and completely cured me. Years have , passed and the rupture has never returned, although I am doing hard work as a carpenter. There ' was no operation, no lost time, I no trouble. I have nothing to! sell, but will give full lnforma-! tion about how you may find a complete cure without opera tion, If you write to me, Eugene M. Pullen, Carpenter, 3318 Mar- I cellus Avenue, Manasquan, N. J. Better cut out this notice and I ■how It to any others who are ruptured—you may save a life or -■ at least stop the misery of tup ture and the worry and danger of an operation. Boys! Boys! EARN MONEY AFTER SCHOOL The Tacoma Times needs a few live boys to sell paperß on downtown corners. It's an easy and sure way for a boy to make spending money. Some corners pay from ' fifty cents to two dol lars a day! You will make !?u per cent profit on every paper you sell. Come down tomorrow night. See the whole saler at The Times of fice, 9th and Commerce Streets. Circulation Department NEW HOTEL CALHOITN Oil corner op|M>. Moore Theater SEATTLE will "THE GCKST BE PLEASE-" All outside and fireproof roon.s. Room with use of bath, f 1.00 Room with private bath, $1,841 Convenient to everything. Mod ern and first class in every par ticular. DR. R. L. THOMSON, Prop. JOHN D. HARRIS, Manager. Read This Little Girl's Letter and See If You Do Not Want to Volunteer As a Santa Claus "I WANT TO FILL AN EMPTY STOCKING" Empty Stocking Editor, The Times, Tacoma, Wash. I will be a volunteer Santa Claus and fill the empty stocking of some poor child, if you will send me a name and address. Name Address W ilsonVsGr anddaughter Here lis a new photograph of Ruby Fllpii Wilson McAdoo and her father and mother. Her father is 'In. Hon. William McAOoo, the sec retary of Ihe uciimii >. mid her mother was the former Miss Eleanor Wilson, the daughter of President Wilson. WONT HINDER FESTO The proposed reorganization of the Commercial club, which In cludes a plan for v bureau of summer carnivals, will not interfere with the present scheme of a big HI 16 Festo under the direction of the Young Men's Commercial club, it was announced today by Roger E. Chase, chairman of that coin mit tee. Tho young men are going ahead with arrangements. A big meeting lias been called for next Monday night of representatives of every fraternal, civic and commercial organization in the city. It will be held at the Commercial club rooms, and tentative arrange ments will be made then for the 1916 celebration. DEATH OVER PHONE EVERETT, Dec. 1 6—When 8. A. D. Glasscock, president of the Washington Grocery company, met death in Bellingham Monday by being caught under a descending elevator, the thud of his fulling body was heard by H. T. Fowler over the telephone 67 miles away. Fowler, who is president of the Pacific Grocery company here, was ordering a carload of goods from Glasscock over the telephone when the accident huppened- Glasscock had left the phone for a minute to look for a boy he had sent on M errand when his friend heard the noise of the falling body, hurried footsteps, and shouts of "call a doctor." HEAD FOR CHRISTMAS MEXICO CITY, Dec. 16.—The Bevered head of Gen. Juan Her nandez, former Intimate friend of President Diaz and relative of Gen. ! Huerta. That's the Christmas present that is being shipped toddy from Esperanza, state of Vera Cruz, to Gen. Pablo Gonzales, touimender of Mexico City for the de iacto government. The head was severed from the body while it lay on the battle field and carefully boxed by Lieut. Coi. Luna Galicia, victor in the fight, who sent a telegram yesterday saying he was shipping it to Gen. Gonzales. Gen. Hernandez was more than 80 years old. RECORD FOR WHEAT Wheat receipts by warehouses here from various counties in the state te Nov. 1 shattered all previous records by millions of bushels, I State Grain Inspector Jarboe reported yesterday. Millions more are I still to come, and he predicted record prosperity for growers and | dealers. The total amount of wheat received in public warehouses up to j Nov. 1 was 44,501, 695 bushels, with 500,000 bushels ln private warehouses. The nearest record was in 1912, when 38,000,000 bush els were received. SIGN SUICIDE PACT SEATTLE, Dec. 16.—Because of obstacles to their marriage. Valentine Voronin, a 20-year-old Rusian girl, is dead and Anatole Vesileff is lying in a hospital here with a bullet wound In his head. The girl was shot and killed in a rowboat on Lake Union early yesterday morning and her lover shot himself in the head at the same time. The police believed the man had shot the girl until they found a letter writetn by her showing the young couple had entered Into a suicide agreement. LUMBER PICKING UP That the lumber business is improving steadily and that the mills are getting a fair amount of business at advanced prices was the general sentiment expressed by more than 80 lumbermen and lumber sales mauajgers who met In the Tacoma hotel yesterday to discuss market conditions. Some of the lumbermen scored railroad purchasing agents for holding off from placing railroad orders, In the hope that the mar ket will fall. Prices, it was said, have been further advanced 50 cents on common lumber, $1 on drop-siding and $2.50 on flooring. DIGGS MARRIES HER OAKLAND, Dec. 16.—Maury I. Diggs, whose recent conviction on n. white slavery charge with F. Drew Camlnetti caused a nation wide sensation, last night married Marsha Warrington, the girl with whom he made the fateful trip to Reno. Dtggs was sentenced to two years In the penitentiary, but is at liberty on a $10,000 bond and a technicality. He can demand a new trial and his new wife will not be forced to testify against him. His first wife divorced him at the time of the scandal. "Going Out of Business" Jewelry Auction HIGH CLASS Diamonds, Watches, Cut Glass, Silverware, Hand Painted China. SALES DAILY 2 P. M. AND 7:30 P. M. M. L. DAVIS 908 Pacific Aye. mwwmmwmwwmmwmmmwwwmwmwmwmmmm THE TACOMA TIMES Folks, just read this Christ mas letter from a dear little Ta comu girl. Then decide whether you will sign the "1 Want to Fill an Empty Stocking" couoon printed today and enlist as a volunteer Santa t'laus to fill an empty stocking for some poor child. Here It '-a: Mr. Kdltor. Dear Sir: 1 am' mailing you a coupon for my littl" sister and bro'iier, age I and j, as 1 do not care so much for my self and other lister, as we are older. Papa works whenever he can get It, but he Is out of work how and has been for some time so he thinks it awful that he can not bring In a lot of nice tilings for Christmas." Can you heat that for real Christmas <ipirll? There are plenty ot .lobs for Tacoma Saiitus Just like this one. Surely Santa will see that the stockings of that little brother and sister do not go empty on Christmas day. If you want t > he a SHiita Claus and help to fill (he empty stock ings fill out the coupon today and send it to The Times Empty Stocking Editor, Tho Associated Charities will see to it that ;ou get the name and address of some poor child whose stocking will need filling. As fast as these names come in tho empty slocking editor Is turning them over to the Asso ciated Charities. Acid Stomachs Are Dangerous About Nlae-Tenths of All Sioin nch Trouble Said to He Due to Acidity. A I'hysl. lan's Advice on Caune and Cure. A New York Physician who has made a special study of stom ach and intestinal diseases says that nearly all Intestinal troubles, as well as many diseases of the vital organs, are directly trace able to a deranged condition of the stomach. This in turn is due about nine times out of ten to ex cessive acidity, commonly termed sour stomach or heartburn, which not only irritates and inflames the delicate lining of the stomach but also may set up gastritis und in a largo majority of cases gastric ulcers are accompanied by hyper acidity. It is interesting to note that he condemns the use of pat ent medicines, and practically all medical treatment that is designed to act upon the stomuch lining, stating that the best results are obtained by the use of a simple antacid which acts upon the con temn of the stomach and neutral izes the acidity of the food, thus removing the source of the trou ble. As an antacid he prescribes ordinary bisurated magnesia. He contends that it is as foolish to treat the stomach itself ns It would be for a man who stepped on a tack to rub linament on the foot without first removing the tack. Remove the tuck and the foot will heal Itself--neutralize the acid and the stomach trou bles will disappear. Irritating medicines and medical treatments are useless, so long as the con tents of the stomach remains acid; remove the acidity and there will be no need for medicine— the inflamed lining of the stom ach will then heal itself. Suffer ers from acidity, sour stomach and heartburn should get a small bottle of bisurated magneela from their druggist, and take a tea spoonful in a quarter of a glass of hot or cold water after each meal, repeating in fifteen minutes, if necessary, this being the dose which thf doctor baa found most efficacious ln all cases. I WHOLESALE I QUOTATIONS! ♦■ ♦ I Prices I'ald Producers Kot 1 j Meat*. Butter, Eggs, Poultry I <* ■ 9 Livestock — Cows, 6Vi@7c; hogs, 5 3-4® 6c; lambs, (SVi'.i? 7 Vie; dressed hogs, 8c; steeiii, 7®7 1-4 c; heifers, s®6c; dress ed veal, B@l2c. Butter end ng__s—Ranch but ter. 30 0 31c: strictly fresh ranch, eggs, 37 @ 39c. Poultry — chickens, crresssd 17 if 18c; squabs, 16® 18c; ducks, 16® 18c; squabs, $email@example.com r>; springs, 22@2)C; turkeys, live, 18(gi20c. ft- - —■ i a j Helling Price, to Retall-ra [ j For Butter. Eggs and Chaaaa [ Cheefee—Washington, 17c; Tll lamook, 176; Domestic Swiss, 21c. Eggs—Fresh ranch, 40®41c. Butter —"Vasniiiftoo creamery. 12® 23c. WltoleaaM Heal -hfktmt. Fresh Meats—Steers, 10® lie; 1 heifers, 10c; hogs, trimmed sldos, ,16c; mutton, wethers, 11 He; lamb, 12Vi®14c; ewes , 10® 10Vic; whole hog, lie. ■ « 1 Price* Paid Wholesale Deal ers For Vegetables, Fruit *.. 1 A Fruits—Bananas, 5c lb; Nay. is, $3® 8.25; Florida grape fruit, $3 box; Callgrape fruit, 3 for 25c; Pineapples, 6c lb; nome grown apples, 75c®51.60 per bot; 1 grapes, $1 bskt; Malagas, $1.35; Concords, 25®2Tc Dalit; Tokays, $1.50; lemons, $4.50; Grave st el n apples, 76c oox; cran berries, $8® 10 barrel; quinces, $1.25 box. • Vegetable* — onions. Walla Walla, $1.25: California, $1 «-, cwl.; Oregon onions, $1.50® 1.55; head lettuce, $2.15 crate; j cabbages, 35® 40 sX. Chill pep | pers, $2.35; rutabagas, $1.3j; Call, tomatoes, $1.26 crate; egg plant, $1 box; beets, $1; Merced sweet potatoes, 2c lb.; squash, 2c I lb.; pumpkin, 1 l-4c; Hubbard , squash, IVic; Netted Oem pota toes, $22®23 ton; homegrown, $14 ton; Brussels sprouts, 10c lb ; California green peas, Call, cauliflower, $2.40 crate. Clover, II o© 17: alfalfa, }lt »16; corn, $28® 29; wheat, $34 935; whole barley, r2B®2», rolled oata. $80; bran, $1«, shorts, $18; hops, 1815 crop, 8® 12He lab. THJS LITTLE STOCKING NEEDS FILLING! WON'T YOU FILL IT? 7mfty Stocking Editor, The Times, Tacoma, Wash. Won't "<>u see that this little child doesn't wake up Christmas morning to find an empty stocking? Name Address 'Black Diamond' Dead MOW YORK, Dec. 11--Black Diamond, the big Central p-irk buffalo, thai served as a model for the design of the new $I n note and I lie ' -buffalo nickel," is dead, lllack Diamond wbh suffering from an incurable disease, and "BUI" Snyder, keeper of the zoo, decided to have him executed. The buffalo, which weighed "r.O pounds, was loaded onto a truck nnd taken to an abattoir on the East River front. A pistol bullet was fired at his forehead, but It rlatlened out against the armor-like skull. The iinimal did not drop until be was hit over the bead with a iM|t. When they heard Black Diamond was to die, throngs of children, with whom he was a great favorite, went to the park to say goodbye to him. IHFM&EBfIKK HTKI.I..VS BARGAIN CXH'NTKR Many |M'i>pi< vi In, .to the |•►..- -talion wait /. 11l -ilillc too lolln on their part ner's fl-ct. ,* » * Forgive o v r debt* as we for tfve our den tists. tee <-pt. Smith of llrllish Royal, flying corps burns to death when aeroplane bursts into Haines at Farnboiough. Pugcl Sound* export ocean trade for November was $!i,li!i7, --112, of which Tacoina's share was $2,844,(161). Diamond Rings $ft to fntl. Pfaff, Jeweler, 1117 llrdwy. adv. German Mi|x»i-/,cp|ielln !_-__£* dostroyi'd by explosion of bomb. Forty members of crew killed and wounded. Mary Heraly, ill, commit* sui cide at Kllensburg by shooting herself in the niounth with revol ver. Cut flowers and floral work. Hlnz. florist. So. Tib and K. adr. Mrs. Mary KlMler, a widow, asks |S,fiOl damages against Or son Buckley, 638 South Yakima aye., for defamation of character. -STANLEY KKLZ. CXX "adr." Hot water hose used to release wheelman from pilothouse of steamer Maruba, when she reached Sault Ste. Marie coated with Ice. Dr. Robinson, Dentist, National Iseudly building. adv. Hilly Peterson, deaf and dumb fisherman, gives patrons of Ed Wild's saloon a scare by brandish ing a revolver. McLean the contract mover. •fata 1800. "adv." British ambassador guarantees safe passage for Capts. Boy-Ed and yon Papen, recalled German naval and military attaches, on voyage from U. S. to Germany. .Marriage Licensee. R. W. Luther and Helen Soren *o_, §>oth of Shelton; Geo. H. gotim siul Ethel rioodfellov., both Yesterday's Late News yifOT THE Ml RDEHER Wyo„ Dec. 15. — iMi face of a third degree ex- Mtthpttlon. William Smythe re ltarated today that he Isn't the George Bartholomew wanted In t'orttwid in connection with the trttl k nmrder there. I CMlciaU believ Smytha Is teII "gBATEN EVERYWHERE" LONDON, Dec. 15.—A Bulgar ian official statement received to day declares that the day of the capture of Dolran and Struga Glevgell in Serbia waa of "great htstorloal importance." "Macedonia la free," the an nouncement added. "The enemy la beaten everywhere." It said the 'French fought more .valiantly than the English. $16,000,000 A DAY PARIS, Dec. 15. —The war so far has coat four billion dollara. The daily average la more than eight million. Estimates contalnlng-theae fig ures were presented to the cham ber of deputies here today. They lof Tacoma; Robt. R. Smyth nnd JN'oramm. Kennedy, both of Ta (■iinia; Harry (J. Mills and Sadie Weiss, both of Riiston; Frank IBcbattenkerk of Harrington and pWinnlfred Lovejoy of Seattle.; Ered K. Morton and Rose M. Hricker, both of Tacoma. Raiser return., to Hei'lin utter inspection of armies. Why won't a carpenter be ilieie that there i« such a thing iv, 'stone. Hecnuse lie never saw it. Italian destroyer and transport I sunk by drilling mines in Ad riatic. Holly .vrenlhs with berries, Me. Rltto I I oral Co., Dili ami St. Helens. Main 1817. "adv." Pictures luken hy Mountaineers on trip around lit, Tacoma last summer to h e shown tonight at Y. M. C A. auditorium. \V. .?. Browser to succeed Sir Richard McHride as premier of Itritish Columbia. Mhihew Schmidt identified an purchaser of 500 pounds of dyna mite in San Francisco, part of which was used to blow up Los Angeles Times building. Two women* <Mil. faction ligbi In Seattle court over right to use! name of Woman's Civic club. Law of 1013 abolishing office of coroner In other than first class counties held unconstitutional by supreme court at Olympia. Two rooms in Citizens' State Rank building at Puyallup rented for quarters for mayor and other city officials. Births. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cannella, 1303 South O *%., boy, Dec. 2; Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Geary, 93 5 South E street, boy, Dec. 5; Mr. and Mrs. Alex Meyer, 2123 South Alnsworth aye., boy, Dec. 5; Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Elldred, 3005 South 14 th St., boy, Dec. 8; Mr. and Mrs. A. H- Hobbs, 1507 South Yakima aye., girl, Dec. 9; Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Samela, 2455 South M St., boy, Dec. 11; Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Nordlund, 1202 outh 13th St., boy, Dec. 12; Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Hawks, 1508 North 7th St., boy, Dec. 9; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Solberg, 1002 South J St., girl, Dec. 6; Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor, tideflats, girl, Dec. 2. • showed that the coat of war is, rising rapidly and has now reached $16,000,000 dally. ' AFTER MORE DIPLOMATS WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 15.1 —State Department Counsellor | Polk today held a conference with ' officials of ihe department of i justice concerning bomb plots on the Pacific coast. It Is rumored that more diplomatic officials I possibly will be involved. WILLARD SIGNS UP CHICAGO, Dec. 15.—Articles for a 20-round championship box ing match between Jess Willard, world's heavyweight champion, and Fred Fulton, heavyweight from Michigan, were signed by their managers here this after non. The match will be held in New Orleans March 4. / ASK FOR PROBE SAN FRANCISCO, Dee. 15.— Smoldering flames In the cpal b-akaro atta nteam la the boilers The CbiUlnmt Htoif of Tnroiiia. G»t Uie ChrMiiia- Hpirlt Now. HOMI.THIMI NFW KVKHY DAY TIIK 111 HV STORK ON PACIFIC AYE. '■ /J^js. Women's Sweaters / L£* W^n^r \ I-'0" '"'re for the l»c*<t valur» ami the / '^T^**^»^^:6v^s^ \ •Mr«',t***** "'>•<* ot Kin..- Sweater*. Cur ll'^f'r'^BdJki'' -\\ SH"i"liue"t Is complete and all the most \ »it*];!ii /T$ ;TnM a anted styles are shown at low cost. \ PWuPn ' 7 Here >san especially good number— \ c<'T' j* ' Women's Sweaters Norfolk and loose l""' '""dels; colors, scarlet, gray and IHjM'iltillffl maroon; iniide with two pockets and Tfci'' ,:___rt * roll collar; verj mn nn "rfWrMfff special at Women's Safeen QQ/» Petticoats Special at «/Ot Mercerized Sateen Petticoats in blue, wisteria, brov.ii, green and black; beautifully made with attractive flounce and ruf fles. Ai» exlremelv desirable QQ Petticoat. On sale at UvC Sale of Civile <le Chine llloiihcs at * 1.118 Sale of Silk I'micy Hloiihon at $iI.DH Side of Middy lUoiisch, new Mjloh OHc Christmas Gifts for Boys What more pleasing to the boy tbun to get something useful, as a sweater? We have all kinds -cotton, Or a Cap, priced Ef)_» wool mixed and all wool, at kikJC made in all colors; sizes 26 Or a Suit or Overcoat, priced to II in. ruff neck or llyrou from Ost.»*i ak"f Cf\ collar. Priced C/IQC to fIiUU from IIMe to Or Combination Sets, with Jersey Sweaters, with high tie, pin and cuff links, or neck, Ol C(l handkerchief aud tie, nil at «j) I IDU colors, priced C 0« Or a pair of Corduroy Pants, at Uwb all sizes, at llH.tMl ft 4 Cft And numerous other things JgtAM and $ I iUU which will make useful as Or Shirts and Blouses, priced well as pleaHlng gifts for from m* C[l IE Iho boy. to y I MkQ HoyN' Shop—Second Floor. Xmas 2»b 7^\ Papeteries iM-ZS-ggsA What would be nioro pleasing than Hox Stationery for that Xmas gift? A good selection of Papers and Correspondence Curds, \*\m. nI, per box IwO A largo assortment of fine Hox Papers, "high guide linen" and gold edge correspondeuce OE-, 1 arils, at, choice _db Beautiful Ribbons Make Beautiful Gifts You will find that oilr stoclps for Xmas contain Just the Rib bons needed for gifts and for the tying of holiday presents. Re sides the Xmas Hales now in progress have caused many high grade ribbons to be reduced materially In price for this Christ mas sale. Among those that stand out conspicuously is a vast array of wide silk ribbons in exquisite patterns of Dresdens, plaids, stripes, florals and some plain colors; former 1 Qf» values to ;sf>e 11 yard. This sale IwC officials todH.v. The sailors were kept aboard the liner. In some maimer a message was Biniigßled ashore to the seamen's union today asking the union to investigate the Btatus of the sail ors abroad- Union men are not permitted to board the ship. Meanwhile conferences are bc inK held to decide what disposi tion will be made of the liner's enormous cargo. TURN TO THE CLAKMII IIU WANT ADS ON PAHK 0 FOB RESULTS. BEE PAGP Bit. It's a i^lllP L________a^ w/c -*___&'■'^^^•T'fX'lt Dandy h The Boys' Magazine Some ripping good atorlea, of course, for It's certainly the liveliest magazine for boys that men who have been boys and real live boya at that—ever turned out for boys. Then there's the carpentry department, with full Illustrated directions of how to build a—; oh well, let us send you the next copy and you'll be building It. And the atamp and coin newa and the amateur photographers' own corner and a whole hat full of other good things. YOU CAN HAVE IT FOR A WHOLE YEAH FREE! All you need to do la to use a little of your apare time to get the liveliest magazine you ever heard of A whole year'a sub scription and not a cent to pay. Just sign the coupon, fill in, clip, paste on a post card and we'll start the magazine to you for a whole year. GET BUSY RIGHT NOW ONE NEW SUBSCRIPTION TO THE TIMES AND IT'S YOURS Coupon—Clip Hera I I am not now a subscriber to tbe Tacoma Times, bnt her*- I I with enter my subscription for 3 months, for which I agree i I to pay the carrier each month on hla regular collection day. j I NjU-B II Address Phone J Please sand the Boya' Magasina for one year to I ■ 1 I (Write plainly) (Magaxlna will atari with naxt ten*) II PAGE THREE. DEPOSED POLICE CHIEF SLEUTHING OLYMPIA, Dec. 16.—8. F. Hall, former chief of police here, who was released from the county jail yesterday, has boen working steadily on soiiie clue In connec tion with the looting of state in dustrial insurance funds. Governor Lister denies Hall Is employed by the state, while the former police chief refuses to ex plain his actions.