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Friday, May 5, 1916.
"Buy the New York Way." _T"^p. H Get In Style- JpT I BUY ON CREDIT /i Wni\ I It\s surmising the nuniher of people that have /'/» I "" lfl I an open account at this store. It only goes to // # 1 * / ___ show that in dealing with a responsible house IIIi \ \\\m\ gives one a feeling-of confidence. 111 I \ _r -___l TACOMA'S OLDEST AND MOST (fiW I/ A _J I RELIABLE CREDIT HOUSE. l_ A I ■ Offers the latest and/I%^ ■ ||A \ 1 WTI I must aylish Siiinm.-i-y*-! f~«Vfli VI If I I ■ Suits for men and voungj^ I 1 D I t|/___LVAndUp ia\ I ■ Women's Dept. I //ll / \\\ | Spcci'l Reduclion on Suits j ■ J fl / ill *^-mm-mm^-mmuu*wum-m^^-mmmmmtm^tmmtmm^mmmm^tmmmmmsemtmmt^ ■ \/ t I r Such a beautiful array of Bummer (Jar- I ~"~X, V Hients seldom seen in any stoic anywhere. I fejM EH WM I CREDIT TERMS H I Lfl Am down or I TACOMA'S OLOEST/IND Mos7' ffl/ME CREDIT HOUSE | OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AHP WOMEN - 9^^-9^6 BROADWAY NOT UK Would you sign a recall for one or more of the present city commissioners? Yes or no Would you vote to recall one or more of the present city commissioners? Yes or no Write your answer, cut this out and mall to Lock box CSS, City. Y7TI—X. PP;r^C»^Hv________a-_______-___| iMW^ REMOVAL SALE | ySlfe_ Jf/ a $50,000 stock of pianos, player pianos, band instruments fiai Wjm_iooi AND musical merchandise will be sold at greatly re ■■ duced prices. \\\\\\\ - M Years ago we started in business in Tacoma. Years have scon many changes, but the piano bouse of Baft- Jj sindalc still stands as a landmark for PIANO BUYERB. HH We have outgrown our present quartan to such an extent that we have purchased our own stoic build- ing which now gives us douhle the space of our present quarters. _______ H^H The world's hest Pianos and Player Pianos will he offered in this sale for less than they have ever been HQ H^B sold in Tacoma. Perhaps you have often thought you would like to lum-i-iie on your home, but it has seem- KB *■ ed a little beyond your means. Why not consider it now while Ihe opportunity is beret purchasing qual- fl^M |^H ity at an astonishingly low price. Make your wife and little Mary happy and add years to your own life Hfl| fl^H by giving sweet harmony a place at your fireside. B9 The Estey, over seventy years before the public, represents the last word in piano merit. The Lester, «■§ known for its mellow, singing tone and durability. The Francis Bacon, with its romantic history ex- _— tending over a century. The Haines Bros., the artists' choice. The Cable Nelson, the Kindler & Collins, 3HJB Foster & Co., the Cable & Sons, the Werner, the Ivors „ Pond, the Lakeside, the llobart If, Cable, and R9 •I other well known makes. _____H One popular Pea.se Piano, not new $98.00 One quarter-sawed TTobart M. Cable, used about 6" HHI One handsome $400 Cable Nelson, mahogany, used *<*«* J™ W*s* n,,w •• • $290 Bi ■^H , jno -ma One f-BSo Werner, very handsome massive ease, used _____*_ Bhort t,mc Soo'S! «'llh' 4 months ....' $238 B&g m I One |850 Lakeside, oak case $233.00 0ne.5475 Ivers & Pond, mahogany case ..' $385 Bfl| One $400 Kindler & Collins, used 3 months, now $275 One $800 llobart M. Cable Player Piano, mahogany jBH One quarter-saAed oak piano $163 case, a beauty $635 fl^| The above values you cannot afford to overlook without serious investigation; but remember, first come first served. This sale will be for ten days only. Our low prices in this sale should be for Cash, but we will offer them at the same low terms as usual. _______ J 10,000 copies of popular standard and operatic CORNETS ____B I^H music, values up to 30c per copy, all to go at, per The $28.00 brand, now $17.00 copy 5c The 119.00 brand, now $11.50 The $16.00 Ukulele, now $12.00 The $14.00 brand, now } $9.50 \ aaaa m The $14.00 values for $10.00, and the $12.00 kind for ORGANS BH $9.00. .The $5.00 kind for $3.50 $150 Estey piano case organ $65.00 IM| Phonograph Records, each .. .10c, 15c, 25c and 35c $125 Kimball Chapel Organ $75.00 BB The new flat Portuguese Mandolin, $30 kind $17.00 A Taber Organ $21.00 The $25.00 kind, now $15.00 A Weaver Parlor Organ $35.00 The $18.00 kind, now $9.00 $115 Chicago Cottage Organ $45.00 HB If you are organizing a band, we are in a position to outfit half a dozen bands at one-third of usual cost. Out of town orders always receive prompt attention. For the benefit of out-of-town trade, when coming to HH I town, get a transfer to cable. You will find us opposite the Tacoma Public Library. fl9 «r% a /^|_P-__r___T_r\ __. WTI _n_f_i ws- Bassindale, Manager and Owner. ___H lllww II [ml 1/11 L I II Hi mmjm \ fJfjU ml Ff^l ill V/\J# 1109 Tacoma Aye. Opposite the Public Library. ■taWIWUO PMI WASHINGTON, I). C, May «. —Today the first evidence of dte-j comforture was manifest in the national women's military train ing camp at Chevy Chase. The grilling work in the sear ing sun and the flat shoes on Ihe rough ground affected the girls and women. Their bodies droop ed, complexions were vivid ami red and their feet were blistered. Nevertheless, they were highly enthusiastic. PUYALLUP WANTS NEW LODGE HOME PUYALLUP, May S.- Local Knights of Pythias have begun work In an endeavor to obtain the Pythian home here. SUMNER CHILDREN IN MAY PAGEANT SFMNER, May B, — Klghty three Sumner school children will take part In a pageant to be given THE TACOyA v TIM_B. Tell of Caplan Doings I.OS ANGELES, May s.—Three Tacoinans were witnesses yes terday in the trial of David Caplan, charged with murder in connec tion with the dynamiting of the Times building. Mrs. C. M. Wendt Identified Caplan as one of two men who stayed at her home In Ta coma In September, lUIO, and who left a I'ox marked with the word "dynamite. " Ueorge Marvin, former salesman for a powder company at Dupont, told of selling dynamite to two men, one of whom resem bled Caplan. Oscar Fug*, all. storekeeper at Home colouy, identified Caplan as former resident of the colony. To Revise Income Tax Iv the light of the disclosures made by Basil If. Manly in the Times and other Seripps newspapers, democrats of the house ways and means committee and tlie senate finance committee are deter mined today on a revision of the income tax, according to advices received from Washington, D. C. With the return of Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo from South America, they are preparing to Bet down to hard work on the revenue problems confronting congress, la revising the income tnx the committees will work on the basis that it, together with the cor porate tax, will yield $100,000,(100. Naming the Mountain The Roturians are out in a body lor Justice to the Mountain , Working to have the old Indian name Officially restored to lit. Ta enia, a committee of the Tacoma Rotaiy club will meet with the Seattle Hotarians next Wednesday in Seattle. At the meeting here yesterday H. 11. Manny, Seattle Hotarian, declared that IB per cent of the Seattle mm ban ure in favor ol doing away with the name Hainler and putting tlie name Tacoma on the j map-. G. 0. P.'s Lining Up At a meeting in the Tacoma hotel, delegataa to the state re publican convention at North Yakima from seven of nine southwest Washington counties, on their way to the meeting, formed I perma nent southwest organization. Werner A. Hupp of Aberdeen, former state republican chairman, was elected chairman ami Dan w. Bush of Chehalis was chosen secretary. The Pierce county delegation will leave for North Yakima on a special train at midnight tonight. Big Cargo of Cotton The Osaka Shsen Kalsha liner Tacoma Maru lefl port thtß morning with a big cargo of general freight \allied at |St>o,#ovt, In cluding 8,411 bales of cotton worth I 111!,,080, and 4,190 cases of reapers for Vladivostok. The entire oafgo of the big liner was taken on at Tacoma. The liner .Manila Maru en' the same tleet is in port loading for the Orient. For Nonpartisanship BKATTXJt, May I,—Tha principle of nonpartleaaehlp in state, Icoumy and municipal affairs was endorsed by the progressive state convention here yesterday as „ plank in the state platform. The convention chose 14 delegates to the national convention in Chicago, and instructed them to vote for the noiuinaiin of Theodore Hoo.e- Ivelt fr president. Friday and Saturday nighte. Nineteen students will be gradu ated from the high school this semester. VALLEY STUDENTS GET DIPS IN JUNE PUYALLUP, May 5. Forty l'uyallup high school students will receive their diplomas June |] at the commencement exer cises 111 the high school. Class day exercises will be held June 11-14. FOOD PRICES ARE STILL GOING UP WASHINGTON, I). C, May I. — Food prices have increased ."> per cent over last year, it was claimed bjr the department of labor. Crescent Butter Store 1101 .Market SI reel. Main _."!'. ■raciAti B cans Aater .Mi'.k, 2.v, with a purchase of 1 lb. of Tea or Coffee, FrtM* rliurned Washington Creamer) flutter, lb. M?_e Tin i linn Kinest Creamery Butter, Hi He 3 lbs. fof #1.(11) Our Special Blend Coffoa, Ih _»<• Koua blend Coffee, lb. Me Our BreakfM! Blend Coffee, lb lor ■OMRTmNO WTIW EVERY DAT TfcUi HL'BV KTOHIi ON I" ACI HO AYE NIK. Younger Man's Opportunity SUMMER STYLE AND WEAR AT A MEDIUM PRICE FABRICS t Young men need «l«»ihes Mercerized White Voile that tit their ITi'llil'c- 44 inches wide, a sheer fine menU as well as their mmmM ,*"**■ lor "** waists ainl dresses; 0C« [HCOUI6, prtoN, a yard -Ju The men higher Up al- ■*■ ,i,", " ,,all,y ' a >d' '' m ways have big salaries. White Diagonal Skirt- Tlu- younger men who ings are climbing the ladder ; :|: *_*_ dt!- • ",, Il e,Mli, d n _ fahric for gulling and all out liave to Compete With ( |„or sports nothing better as them—ability and ;ip- a tub fabric; «Jsq pearain-e both counting. __■_____«_»__________________ Mercerized White StYleplUS <_r 17 Sherrettes g ■ ml # —:!s Inches wide, permanent i_lAth»_>^ 4PI/ lustrous finish, for fine es anil baby's ; ")£»» •Ilic same price Ihe iwllon over." ill esses, , t \ ill <1 _. O O Put the Stamp of Success on VOUUg men. —Main nam The models are just as skillfully designed M •------—-----——--—---—-— those of higher priced clothes. If the trade VmV mark were not on the dollies experts would tml-flllC-O __ I'l'nli.'iliK tell \oii thai such fabrics could not hi UI \J U L/V iJ sold for $17. ' The smart I uiisi. jfows i"jl>« m- vm . ArTlvl ,. v ,,„,,„ „ Superior Suits. Value, Variety CD | _f f\£\ >nd Style always gg c $1,48 $1.98 MEN'S SUITS AT $13.00 $3.._8 All men like these conservative models and pat- included ara ttilmi and tail terns—hundreds of Tacoma men and business "*> *r*+ '■ »'-•■ •"_* Tia.aa_l„„ «!_. fl> 1 X f)t\ _„i|„ f ll'sll - pill k , IHld Mt TipOll SIUvH. men are wealing Peoples Store $15.00 Suits m r#r _ ir(ty R|MM| this season. Nt ,-P lir. a» chine. Oaorgatt*, (food materials and good sewing is part of their rattan ami argMSIM la plain virtues and the patterns appeal to all men who shades, white _m stripes. The hesitate to pu. on the extreme new cuts. We *•»■■■- h«»»«i<n many picas , , , . , .1 i .. Ins noveltlea, is well worth the stand behind every suit See them andl you of _ vWt hm to ____ will agree wiih us that they %C| fa lli I prfeN mc,91.44 09 00 are a big value for L^R9Jm\M\M «,.„„ ami $0.30 Roy*' "Wear-Test" % petticoats of uvyb near ICdl A^ BLACK SATEEN <_ll_f_ af <U4^ Qf_ Mm GREEN SATEEN OUItS at iJ*-K.&tJ W^rn BROWN SATEEN These are the Suits we specialize on. We have Vj UT AND l' 1""-'' Of 1 n now all wool ma'crials selected Pf-Lfl nX>VT>V G-TIJ. _>T»T_ ii., our wear-teat system for quality and dura- 11 fV ll W_w_i_r__ _ J._vlirx_u lilllty, Some very smart fancy mixtures and pin fc4\ _<) PTrtTf 1 TT A TVTC* stripes of gray, brown and Idiie. also ihcphtrd M ■ HlPv______| ehacka art now ready. Sizes ,lo IS years. A W M _ guarantee ol satisfaction with every "Wear W w ■I __ ■__-!_>_. Test" Sun. Ml t>A nr f *k Mi •Jl IJ_*__* Of knickers. A iroal value at $*tat)J <_>" » _L__LB_t #f(|" OUR $3.95 BOYS' SLIT STILT Wm Tin: stiii:mihs nov It Is sunn ising how well you can dress your hoy, and dress him WW m light, too, if you liny his Suit now at this price. We arc offer- Ll /V O 8 A~\ ' m \ m\J r An Ihe newest imttrrns, styles and shades, in nood weight, _1|l)I1 I \ s" 0T durable niatiiials, at this very low price. _»__^^l_r_l^/__ ¥ KXTRA TRorSKR si ITS __ _w lt-s ei'onoiny to buy Kxtia Trouser Suits, so we ha\e had these ■ _ _TB_ol <_ _7 units made with two pairs oi irouscrß, which make Ihe outfll illlllll»-_ W equal lo alionl Iwu suits. »>—' MM _LB __[ %M J The Jackets are new Norfolk models, and the ____________ „ _ , .... oants may he had lull lined or not. In either »"> 'NY Siiiula, Sto,kin«s ease the senilis arc securely made and care- tree Toinoirou. fully reinforced. Try a suit at this prh c, Baseball l'.\N<V SILK IIOSII l!V f1.15 with two pairs of trousers, and see what a , Tho eo«bU__»to_ of colors la splendid Investment It Will prove to be. A AlKl .„,,,„„• t . »„ . . ■ _,«« mm r» x most pleasing, out the best good assortment of mQ QC Rat . , lA , pattanw, Choice t)J>JJ \i;-*-u feature is the weailiiK ciualttlt-B. KHAKI HI'ITS for hoys' roimh-and-l iimlile Wl-11 They ha\e doiihle heels and outing wear; Norfolk coat and kniekerhoi k- Every ,o,>t, ,in il rolßforoad garter tops, ers; sizes Ii to 1. years. tfO AO a»»»f They are so dilieient from the Priced at KII.IIK to '»P»_f4o SUI. regulai line Of fancy Hosiery MILITARY SIITS Coat and long pants; -—-—————— that one is at once attracted to sizes 6to 14 years. MQC —Bays' Shop, their appearance. fIM 4C diced at tfcU Secoiul ITnor. I'lice. par pair y1» I U I,_-£^M»HERE i»in_ purge oi' riiui.uiii scwta personal thanks to loyal Irish Irooiis. Tlionias I'.lni;--. jr., of il—lf •BglßMring commission arrives in Buttle on way north to prepare for Nlltnu Hon of KairliankH di vision of government Alaska rail road. Free tenting glasses, $l.i>o tip. I'faff, Optician, 1147 Broadway. SniMlish socialist eriitors --■ n ti-ncpd to prison for advising sol diers to strike if Sweden became involved In war. Viking Hair Tonic. Why stay bald? Box 10, Tacoma. "adv." lii-h nationalist iiii-iiiiii-i'.s will auk parliament to secure com plete disarmament of Ireland. McLean the contract mover. Main 1850. adv. "We women will liave our lm coins and Gladstones to lead the fight for political freedom of women," says Mrs. Harriett Stan ton I Mil 11 li. l-luli market for sale. 1144 Pa cific aye. Big bargain, an owner live. In Seattle. Call und nee It. adv. High water in Mississippi river threatens to flood lowu cities. —«>»■ mm.l 25e merchants' limit at Duenwald's, 1112 Broadway. "adv." (.cumin nnd Austrian reserv- Ists applying for citizenship In North Yakima say they would de fend r. S. In case of war with Teutons. Camels laden with bomb* are lilowu up try Turks In Egypt to prevent them falling into hands of Ornish. COMMERCIAL BINDERY * MONTINU CO. Mate 417. adv. Henry Heiiilinrilt of l nhcisity nl Cslifomls in elected president of Mills college. I n lil Marshal Lull Kitchener praises Don. Townskond ami do fenders of Kut-cl-Am.vra, Mjrl_t surrender in face of staivation is no discredit. Cut flowers and floral work. lliii., florist. So. 7th and K. adv I*. S. marine- may lilnil lit San to Domingo to protect American legation. I iiiim of Methodist Kpiscupal churches iv l\ S. is recommended! lo general conference at Saratoga Springs. Hundred Standard Oil em- SATURDAY SPECIALS our prices ailll remain tlie lame, though meat prloee are going up elsewhere, where. Pot roost, lb lOe Veal roast, lb i_'_c Leg of pork roast, lb. . . 17c Hamburger, lb 12He Clubhouse ssusags ....16V 2 for 25c Our baron prlcee are tho cheapest In the city. Call on us before purchasing. Boston bacon, lb. ...12)£c Sugar cured breakfast bacon lb 2flc, 22!, c, —Sc Sliced bacon 2iia Small sugar cured bam 18c SIEGITS CASH MARKEr I 1104 Market st. rAO-5 THJK-SX. ployei in Tacoma get Increase la salary. Memorial >tr,|ec for those who ln<i Hieir lives in I.usitanla dis aster lo lie held Sunday after noon. licnili cliiiin tieriiinus have lost work of Months at Verdun. \n,lher •_."> cent advance In price of sugar is expected by Ta coma diMlers wiiliin .4 hours. Mnri-inge Licenses 1,, c, Robinson of St. Paul, Minn., and llose Kitchens of Lit tle Etodt, Ark.: H. Meyer and Am iier m. Christiansen, both of .s_ attle; K. Y. Carlson and Lillian Hark, lioth of Tacoma. LAST CHANCE FOR SUGAR nt present low prices. Sugar will reach $10 per hundred weight -10 cents per pound— In all probability. Buy now at prices you may not be able to duplicate for months to come. Finest Cane Sugar, a sack $7.H0 ll lbs. Rest Cane Sugar. .fl.iK) 1 large bottle Queen Olives _.*tc Ripe Olives, per can loc 2oc. bottle Grape Juice, per bottle 2:lc ,">oc bottle Welch Grape Juice at i ie •3 bottles Prepared Mustard 24c 25c Jars Preserves 22c 1 large Mrs. Porter's Salad Dressing 18c 3 pVgs. A. ft H. Soda HSc 3 lbs. Tapioca 22c « hpkciai. hi.i.mis n)ni:i: , 25c grade Htm . -0c grade ." .990 35c grade 2*~ iVe Deliver. Phone Your Oilers. Pacific Groceteria 1316 Pacific Ay. Tel. Main 1399