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Triday, Oct. 27,1910.
■it $S Purchase
i^w^V\l« I^B^ If you want the privilege of
■ mwi * wL running a charge account -
IB^vl lUI that's our business liberal
|H« |». : credit system that enables you
Bu; M&^ to buy your Fail °r winter
(fc^i^ , iffil^iJ IMIi \ Clothing on CREDIT.
V \>sv JnrTOtJ ,IHEI ic^ outr tne Suit or Overcoat
\ N^ J^fflH - wBJr-EJ \ you want and pay a little down
\ /^-^Ni I'^klHH ■ an(' a each week or
fe^w PrJ Fall and Winter Suits, Coats,
/$? /^\u Dresses, Skirts, sold on the
LJj same liberal credit terms.
NEW YORK, Oet, "7 — Tex |
Rirkard today in said to be dick
ering for the services of either
Jack Dillon or Battling Levinsky
as an opportunity for Jess VVill
ard in a hunt this winter. The
New York promoters want to
Btajje Willards next bout in New
Unbelievable Piano Prices
Seeing Is Believing— I ~
Those Who Visit the
Store Quickly Take ifP*q[
Advantage of the liiljip
Startling Reductions mHsff*
Not one-hundrrdth parl of this rum' pale can be
(old In a Hp.i • llk< this, or in any pap> r, fur tliat
matter. You nuint eonio Ir and Ret the peculiar
•ii iiiii Imi for yourself. You havo read liow Ktlvrn nnr flouitla' atnro
Mimic House sold out thi'lr Seattle stun' ami fix- "UI o**lll*l more,
tines to Monteiius & Kirn, l.iniite,!, ot Vancouver, which we sold to
B. C, and how, In order to ooimummiilo thu deal, „ , „ _
they had to vacate liy October 15. nnd how over MontellUS & Co. Of
one-half thiß, the largest stock of fine PlauuH In Vancouver B C
the West, were ahlpped to Tacoma. Yon have read
liow wo secured from Messrs. Kelst & Barlirach the nine Btories, inclurt
large store room at 934 Pacific avenue, with the i n _ hnH*>mnnt ,nH
understanding that we must vacate by November "X dhih mem—.via
15th. over ono-half of this
Many Piano* were Mold > r-(< rilnv and every >h o laro-out nlneU nf
Plnno would he sold in the next dny or two if the lne l*rZeal BlotK 01
people could only realize the vnluea offered. fine pianos in th<>
Come in nt once, pick out the Plan"), Player- west to be Bold in
Piano or Grand Piano of your choice, pay down ft
reasonable amount of cash anil you can nay the Tacoma.
balance In easy monthly payments, but the t.ilng la
—110 IT SOW. '
You can afford GrSJldeSt liOt JjMM Mr
this one The rar- JEM M¥
'" '< ' ■"" of Grands jSk
walnut, will, the v± «"«"U>J .i^i^ij^ij^Ms^ssssW
moat exquisite n «..,. .vji BIW
natural rigured ±iVer b^eil /,jj J^
(rain One of the L^k
world's best /S iW
malicß, iiml tlifl Mmm ■■»
regular price la Mti
|l,(Kid. Km we are
In h hurry and aajMfl
ii Ml mm it Tin MM
|B«:.. II Id brand mV^r
new, and thi.i j^s iHi^SKaiH
maKiilficent Orand jSSitM
should find n Him liß
home in Tai nma, fla L?fl
No nnn pvpr laViatiiß^ia^BM Lfl^^
before h g a r <1 HBHftaaaa^A
of tucli reduc- ~JH wt^Qß
tlona onChiek- f S.
•rings. Hazel <y IH^sw^l t
ton.", Klmballc, CB KIT/#^B W
Sohmers, Deck- vu lltV Un fll M
IMB. Haddorffi U I JS iHafl
listers, Unlnen If ,HAtfl S^ ■
Broa., Bte In - it AM W^W Wk' A
ways. Knabes, w /x^M mm»jfm
and many other nff^ T
of the worM> n^mmuWLM'^mmmmb
b < - ' Ii ii ow ii <k7"\aal saP^?B viaa^^^
" ■■''" w» I'^
WAS «i Hi'iiiM'.n—A New Torker, one who know* piano values (and wht
owns a Hazelton Orand Piano) visited our store yesterday; he could hardly be»
lleve It when we ahowed him the prioe marked plainly on each of the HmeltOß
Hrnnds —a price over |300 lower than he paid In New Tork City, where the Haiel
ton la manufactured.
WB Al.r I.IKB TO SAVK, even the most wealthy, and no matter how critical
you are or how line a piano you have net your heart on. you will find It here nnd
at a prlco that will surprise you. We sold a bxautlful, brand new Upright Piano
yesterday for fu&.oo, on Ift.Ofl per month payments, and another, an IKOO.OO
Playr-l'inno, went ror $400.00; another for IIAK.OO and anothei for tlSii.OO, and
a f1.Q50.00 Grnnd Piano for (665.00 The sale will only last a few days; we are
open evenings; you can have very easy terms, and ymi have our famous one yrar'a
free trial contract on eveiy piano sold, besides the manufacturer's guarantee.
Trmpotnry More. M 4 Purlflo Av«s««, O»p««Kr Wtk ilr»«l. Tel. Mala MW.
CHICAGO, Oct. 27. —It will he
a hard winter for some of the
major league hall plHyers. Kven
though the baby noeds shoes, t)MJ
will not he allowed to play exhibi
tion ball games or take part in
baseball, football or even basket
EAC CLAIRI, Wis., Oct. 27.—
Andre Anderson, who battles
Fred Fulton hpre tomorrow night,
arrived today to put the final
iouchi-h on his long course of
training for the bout. Anderson j
weighed. 11l when he put in his
appearance here.
Tribute From German
(Special to The Turn - )
NEW YORK, Oct. 27.— W. W. Marsh, treaßiircr of the demo
cratic national committee, received in his mall today a five-mark
noto from Hermann Maximilian Jacoby, No. 534 Riverside Drive,
with ths explanaton:
"Ab a Oerman ctlzen, I want to express sincere admiration for
the cause of Mr. Wilson by this giuull enclosure for the nutional
democratic campaiKn fund. You may rest assured that the sympa
thies of the appreciative German voters and non-voters are with
the man who will be fair to the German people at the coming peace
negotiations, and who, after having done so much for bis own
country, surely will do equally as uiuch for the progressive thought
of the world."
Churches Want Unity
Taeoma churches will be invited to send their pastors and two
delegates fro niench church to a joint meet Ing to bo held Nov. II
to take definite action on the question of closer union and co-opera
tion between the churches. This was decided on by the committee
from the Ministers' alliance which met Tuesday night, including
Rev. W. H. Selleck. chairman; Rev. Junies West, Rev. It. 11. IfcGlß
nia. Rev. R. L, Hay and Rev. A. D. Shaw. The committee, according
to Dr. Selleck, wan a unit in favor of the plan.
Strong for the Ferry
(iig I Inll.or Is entitled to a ferry, in the opinion of the eight
men who visited that section a few days ago M >iksih of the (Jin
Harlior Improvement club. Jn a letter sent to the club Wednesday,
the visitors, Henry A. Rhodes, W. J. Kislier, J. H. Wecr, It. M.
Clagett, A. H. Rasßett, T. 11. Helllnghuin. C. D. Welch and Frank
B. Cole, promlHti to do their best to aecuie relief for the Uig Harbor
Digging at Governor
OLTMPIA, Oct. I*7. —State officers, including employes on vari
ous state boards and commissioners, have traveled nearly 19,0*6,
--000 miles in the last three and one-half years, accordiug to figures
given out by State Auditor Clausen
He clianis the state is paying about $IJ,").000 a year for trawl
ing expenses of public officials. He also claims that (low Lister
himself has traveled f>G,OOO tnllea since be became chief executive.
Rip Up Hofbrau Bar
Double prosecution of dry law violators by city and stale
authorities is helng put into effect. Qtorgt I'arks, proprietor of the
llotnrau soft drink bar in the Ba&kflri Trust building, raided by
the police Wednesday, is. out on |100 hall Friday to answer to a
state information filed by rPosecutor Kemnnn. He was arrested
Thursday by county officers after he had forfeited $100 bail in
police court.
9 i^_^^^^^.
; n Here and |
j ([Elsewhere J)
„ After KettuiK a |>eriiiit for bot
tle of whisky, Charles Webb starts
• out to find friend with music ma
chine. Ten days in jail.
Arthur \\ <>■ iimuiion. former
pastor of Presbyterian church in
New Hamburg, X. V., excom
municated from church when it
jls discovered he had nine wives
land was known under 11 aliases.
Republican rallies Mold in I'li}
allup, Koeedale and Kapowsin.
Police are looking for liOslle
jlloth, 13, who ran away from
home Thursday.
Here* a new one. 'Frisco man,
asking for divorce, says that for
trylhis for a~
cold^it's fine!
"Ptpe'i Gold Compound"
ends s('vei"( i colds or
grippe in few hours.
You can end grippe and break
up a severe cold either in head,
'chest, body or limbs, by taking a
jdose of 'Tape's Cold Compound"
every two hours until three doses
are taken.
It promptly opens Hogged-up
nostrils and air passages in the
head, stops nasty discharge or
nose running, relieves sick head
ache, dullness, feverishnew, sore
throat, sneezing, soreness and
Don't stay stuffed-up! Quit
blowing and snuffling! Ease
your throbbing head—nothing
else in the world gives suoh
prompt relief n« 'Tape's Cold
Compound," which costs only 25
cents at any drug store. It acts
without assistance, tastes nice,
and causes no inconvenience. Be
sure you get the genuine.
I .{Hi and Commerce six.
Mount Vernon Milk, Satur
day only, OK
per doz JJO
YVaahlngton Milk, Sat- Qft
iniloy only, per dote.. uUC
Sugar Cured Break- OQ#»
fast BAcon, per lb £GC
Small Family Size Sugar
(Hired Hams, 01 -.
per lb L I C
Mclliiin Si/.- Pall Or
l.at-,1, Hbout H lbo OoC
l.nr B . Si/,. I'hil *4 Q|
liard, about 10 lbs.
Cooking Apples, QC n
6Ac to OjC
I .Hint A|»|.li-s, QC<»
75c to 93C
Pears, QC
«."»<• to OuC
Sweet Pott*oe«, Satnrday
111 lbs £UC
A few more of tJione Heeded
ItHi^ins In I .;.„/. pkß*>., while
they last, OC
a pkga Z3C
Our 35c M. * J. Blnnd. Sat
urday only, Ofi«
per lb uUC
Our SOc Java Blend, «C«
Haturday only, i«v Ib..4LUC
Oar 17 He X.WX Blend,
Saturday only, 1 C n
nerlb. i«IC
three veins his wife led blm to
bvllevt that her divorced husband
was lier brutliei', who was wel
comed to his hearth.
Kent | luce |a rat In Dnemvnlri'ft,
1112 Broadway, adv.
Kornier l'i<->iili-ni 'l.ii'l Hi lacks
Sam Compers, declaring that he
has misled labor.
MisK V'liiv < ;iiii[>lm U. 111-Id
secretary of woman's party, ad
dresHes Tacomn women.
Turonia ilisii i< t Epwoith league
holiln annual rally in Kern >Mll
I,in n'"**! I 'oil. .iitv-i-ii line in the
city. Uuenwald's, 1112 Broad
way, adv.
Ivli.e ml- trying to find un
known driver of auto who ran
over 7-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Edgar Ourle.
IliHen hy kitten he tried to
drown, .1. \V. Mawson, ChehalU
farmer, is at point of death from
blood poison.
Nine popular styles of |>en* at
90c per gross. Walter Berg Sta
tionery Co. adv.
Prosecuting attorney issues
warrants against two members of
Seattle police dry Hijuad on com
plaints issued by Washington
Drug Co., whose drug store was
wrecked by ax squad in raid.
I'Kivri. o CO. Main 417. adv.
Mr. and Mm. Otto Johnson of
Wilkeson, ate a chirken dinner
Sunday. Now they're in the hos
pital, poiKoued.
MM, Florence Button flh~. suit
for divorce alleging Wesley Sut
tuii abandoned her.
Agate* polished and mounted.
Qreen stamps. Pfaff, 1147 Broad
way, adv.
Mimilm-i> of Slioi Hum Hi-lHrt
Improvement club to hold discus
sion of referendum bills at spe
cial meeting Friday nlgtot.
Cat flowert and floral work.
Hlnz. florist. So. 7th and K. ad*.
.Innics Drown pleads nnil(> of
forcing checks of Milwaukee and
1b sentenced to one year In Mon
roe reformatory.
John C. Johnson, 52, at local
hospital. Body removed to C. C.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gus,
4826 Washington st., Oot. 8, girl;
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hebert, 6236
Warner St., Oct. 14, boy; Mr. and
Mr- Bert Strong, 4033 Puget
'Sound ay., Oct. 14, boy; Mr. and
Mrs. David Llndbeck, 5119 No.
Shirley St., Oct. 18, boy; Mr. and
Mrs. William Todd, 6410 Junett
2., Oct. 80, girl; Mr. and Mrs.
Franklin C. McQafferty, 408 Port
land ay., Oct. 17, girl; Mr. and
Mrs William Krause, 3815 E. 2d
St., Oct. 18, boy; Mr. and Mrs.
William J. Smith, 3709 So. Proc
tor St., Oct. 18, girl; Mr. and
Mrs. George Frank Barnes, 3225
No. ,21st st., Oct. 21, boy; Mr. and
; Mis. Ole B. Hartlemark, 3526 So.
J. «., Oct. 17, girl; Mr. and Mrs.
'Samuel Perryman. 1426 So. 52d>
Ist., Oct. 17, boy; Mr. and Mrs. j
ifidwin Michael, 1122 No. Oakes
'st.. Oct. 20,-girl; Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Willis Clemens, Tacoma
General hospital. Oct. 22, boy;j
Mr. and Mrs. John Crawford
Knowles, Harvard station, Oct.
17. boy; Mr. and Mrs. Erich W.
Wojann, 3692 U. X St., Oca. 17,
boy: Mr. and Mrs. Martin Erick
eon, 1514 So. Bth ay., Oct. IS,
•Jrl; Mr. and Mrs. Luigt (ireco,
Jl(8o. MM., Oct. 19, boy; Mr.
and Mrs. Vtto Luppine, 909 K.
l^it St., Oct. 19, girl; Mr. and
Mrs. Montrme Guruett, 2517 So.
4_'il St., Oct. 22, boy; Mr. and
Mr*. Raymond F. Langton. 621
oh* «t.. Oct. is. bar.
Coming—"The Garden of
Allah," and "Kxperlenee."
Mi run IJ OJ ,I and hk
"I'eachcs in I>u>vb;" other good
Film Houses
"The lieast," with OMVg|
WaNli mid Aiiiin l.utberare.
"The < "iniuon Law," with
Clara Kimhall Voiiuk; Sel/.nick.
"NaiicyV HirthrlKht," ultli
I ilnli NterliiiK.
"The .dingle Child." with
Howard Ilicknian anil Korolliy
"At Pine ItidKc," >v itli Ktll/i
M.-mixi- of \v .i-inimtiiii Xa
tioual guard vkfl made trip ti
Mexican bolder will have to g<
to court or legislature to >■■ i stati
|iay, rule<l attorney general.
Itealty Surprising Hie Way SI nail's
calcium Wafan I'ut Urn Deli
<■»(<■ fink I 'in lit- on the Skin
I 'i < i il <>l' .All Pimple mill
iMlin I iii|i|iwiis
Send Kor Fiw Trial rackax<'.
Of course you want a Illy Mfls-1
plexlon. And yon will have It if
you use Stuart's Calcium Wafers.
They work In your blood ;mri
stop Urn aocuiiiulatii>ti of nil those
Impurities that, lodge in the skin
to pause pimples, blackheads, liv
er spots, blotches, mmm and
other skin eruptions. It Is the
wonderful calcium sulphide that
does this. The blood must have
it. The presence of skin erup
tions is proof of blood poverty
and you get just what you need
to enrich nnd purify it iv Stuart's
Calcium Wafers.
This fact has been demonstrat-
od by hosts Of women and men
who realize that the presence of
skin eruptions of any sort de
tracts from their usefulness in
business, pleasure, society and
tlielr own self-esteem. And since
Stuart's Calcium Wafers will rid
(lie skin of impurities, why have
such Imperfections? You will
find Stuart's C.aliium Wafers on
sale at 50 cents a box at all Ing
stores. Get a box today or send
coupon for a fpee trial package.
nun thmi, ootrroM
X A. NtHHit Co.. il:»« Stuart
Kldff., Marshall Mich. Send
at once, by return mall, a free
trial package of Stuart's Cal
cium Wafers.
City State
Prescription IWnunisis
Hmiihlmhj Drug Store
1111 I(|'<>H<l\\ II)
Opp. I <i«.f & Hacluach
Fidelity l>ruK Store
040 llMi.lllUH)'
Fidelity Bldg.
JjOc box fine Linen Station
ery • 27c
(Paper and Envelopes.)
$1.00 Danderine Hair Remedy
for flOe
..flc Danderine Hair Remedy
for • 35c
50c Sage end Sulphur Hair
Remedy 33c
25c Piso'a Cough Remedy 17c
25c White Pine and Tar . .ISc
25c Zymole Trokeys .... 15c
25c Bromo Quinine 17c
$1.00 Steams Wine Cod Liver
Oil • 78c
$1.00 Emulsion Cod Liver Oil
for 80c
25c Mentholatum 15c
$2.50 Ladles' Whirling
Spray Syringe and 60c box
McMlllan'B Antiseptic Pow
der, both for 91.79
50c bottle 100 Cascara Tab
lets, 5 gr • S3c
40c Le Pactlc Pills 27c
25c Beecham Pills 17c
50c Dennis Eucalyptus Oint
ment 33c
ioc Epsom Salts 7c
10c Glycerine • 7c
10c l';ini phor 7c
10c Castor Oil 7c
Pilled at our stores receive the
most careful attention, and oar
prices are very reasonable.
Free delivery except on sale
thi: won fiomoM rAawtc avenie
Men's Dress Shirts
Special $1.00 Each
Special value -made by "Hall Hartwell C 0.," of
Troy, New York. Shirts that are splendidly
tailored; every color fast; sizes 14,14 1/?. 15,15%,
16, 16 l/ 2t 17,17 H; sleeve lengths, 33, 34, 35.
A roomy, full cut Shirt, including fine percalea
and madras cloths; soft French cuffs or starched
Fall and Winter Underwear
Mayo I nion Nulls —miiklo lli -mi \\« i til i r rililH'd ■ lju,ti<
from Mayo jam—M |MH| (Villon Slilils nnil Drawer*—
soft Moil-si rnti liinir, really ■>
HMtt. Mteimr C 1OOrC r KIU""' x"t
pw Milt «p i ,Z3 IVr Klll« •••«<>
Silk him] Wool Inion Suit In Ak«'iiln lor Viwwar hikl (Jlolw
Hustle iiliiii'il for llx- man Inion Siilln In all HcightN
who MtW, 00 A(% nl ,,| irttm
I><r suit HIJ.tJ
Krom Mm lainliN lm<k |o Winslod lieiivy ivool Sox,
>our hack via the (cliliiutcd lin. <|iialltv Hustle i.. ( .
<'ollliiN Health rndei-Mt-ail — )•,■!■ |, M | r jf,^.
iiijhli" to fit iiiiule to ui'iir ..,, ,
-wool an.l mSm t»o- l""'c «" lr *tw>
I'll «.-ii iin-iil $!.£."> »|| /^k\
IVr Mult $a..VI J* It IW )
I'hiiioms l.;ml<- I niW'rut'iii' f' \U —
two-piece viiit — ji^--"^^^
I'er hjii ni 92.0(1 / N i ■
IVI- suit HI oo r<X / '*. 1 %JLj
Mwllicott HeotHi IVihil f?\j^ ' J '—A " '
ShlrlN and Draw- ffQ QC ; i^>ir/ j3^^ \
lli'iilliei'lnioil (Jlovem, 'Inn- Kk^^H At
runm Myle," tine i|iutllt.v, ie- H' \ I
infoi'ceti iiiiouvh c \ ie IBBBBBST tSSiml L^
out, per |i Hi lit J ■ ■ Ift B
Mm' I I.imih I Mini-. nil II I II
«r.. $1.50,053.50 I jf! \
lle.ii > wei^lil I ..oners' Shir I v \ ') I ■
$3.50.,,,,55.00 [1 Ol
ii i.ii.-.l Vrrmn l.rimril « Irr.)
MEXICO CITY, Oct. .'7.—
(iPIHTHI i':iii ill .1 is OXpf'CU'd to
formally atiiiounco his miuli
dacy for tho presidency, follow
ing a great (IcnioiiKtiiitioii in his
bnhalf that lasted until an early
liour today.
Crowds of the first chief's ad
mirers paraded the streets of the
capital with banners and lan
terns, shouting: "Long live Car
ranza!" Lato in the evening sev
eral processions united in a great
parade to the palace, where
spokesmen pledged ("arrnnza
their support and loyalty and
asked him to accept the candi
"I am not worthy of such lilgh
honors." said the first chief, in
a brief speech, "but I will give
due consideration to your wishes.
"In the event that I decide to
liecome a candidate and If the
popular vote carries me Into this
high office, I will stand for the
people's rights with the same
zeulousness that bus always mark
ed my actions as first chief."
EL PASO, Tex., Oct. 27. —Rep-
resentatives of the Btate depart
ment on the border ilaitn to have
no knowledge of a plot of Mexi
can revolutionists to raid the
American expeditoinary force In
Mexico, while United States mili
tary officials say they have been
prepared for such an eventuality
for month*.
For weeks agents of the depart
ment of Justice have been on the|
alert for Manuel Oc.hoa, formerj
Villista general, who Is known to
have crossed the Rio Grande!
river below here with papers for
Villa. With two others, he was
captured by a Carranztsta river
patrol, but by a ruse escaped,
killing two of his captors.
He then reached Villa, held a
conference with the bandit lead
er and returned here.
Department agents made a raid
--r~Tacoma—Olympiad I
Aberdeen I
on his lesiilonce her« RGVflral
weeks ago, Imt he BMHtpsi, and
iiKuin <roHKC(I tho liorder. I'art
of his ptp<n am now in poshrs-
Kion i>r I'nitc,! StatcH iiKentß.
Close watch Is being kept on
several Ahhtlcuiih suspected of
attempting to aid Villa.
Social Glass
vs. Kidneys
Strong drinks like beer, whis
key, tea and ooffee, irritate the
kidneys and habitual use lends to
weaken them. Daily backache,
with headache, nervousness, dizzy
spells and a rheumatic condition
. Imimlil be taken as a warning of
kidney trouble. Cut out, or at
least moderate the stimulant, and
use Doan's Kidney Pills. They
are fine for weak kidneys. Thou*
sands recommend them.
Ili-n-- a I -■< omih Caae.
S. C. Calkins, 2133 South B
St., says: "For some time, I had
been having a dull, heavy ache in
the small of my back. When I
i tried to straighten, pains darted
through my back. 1 was also
I troubled by headaches. I used
two boxes of Doan'g Kidney Pillg
and they relieved me."
50c at all Drag Btorea. I
Foater-Mflburn Co., Prop*., I
Buffalo, W. Y. I
Beef Uotl, Q
r*" burger ' 10c
Sirloin StPak, «£-,
ib. 1 DC y
T-Bone Steak, 4 fl_
ib. | o CI
Round Ht«ak, "• • -\ I
Id. i•i «• ii • • i.i i i I I
LegK of Muton, 4 JJ. I
Ijeg of Pork, OflfU
Iti' K iilnr Haniß, OAj3I
Ib *"®J
Mutton 8t«w f lI|*WJ
Ib. I Wrl
Cott«C«B«tta. tgkj

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