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Tuesday, Nov. 28, 1916.
Thanksgiving DINNER WHY DINE AT HOME, WHEN THE OLYMPUS HOTEL CAFE bus prepared a very elaborate dinner suitable fur tins day. We can serve you cheaper than you can buy tlie- food. Enjoy g..;id .■crvlce, good music, and agreeable surroiind ings. . I'lkiu- reservation. Dinner served lr IS noon till s p. m. Assorted Olives Sweethearts of tvlery Salted I'caiiui soi'P 'me kisii IV. am ..I «-HI. 'ken, GJ B '' "''"'"'pish' "''"" Bupreuic ge\% 19 Hauc- llciuai Consomme Royal "™" "",,<w' s I'omee Juliuu ENTREE Turkey Stuffed with Chestnuts Cranberry Sauce Roast Suckling I*l g Alabama Yams I'i'ltiie Hlb of Eastern Beef, An Jus Tame (.■>< •..-, Oyster Dressing I .nrli*il Apples Baked Eastei'ii Hum, Olympus Potatoes In (Yearn < nilii l**i\ri. Drawn Butler Olympus Combination Salad, French Dressing Mlncc Meat I'le New Bumpkin Die English riiini Pudding, Hard and Brandy Sauce < "of lee Orchestra I'Votn ."::I0 p. in. till H p. m. WANTS CAPITAL MOVED OLYMPIA, Nov. 28. —An initiative measure to be known as No. 29, providing for the removal of the state capital from Olympia to Dash Point and Hyada Park in Pierce county, was filed yesterday with the secretary of state by J. M. Riley of Seattle. Whether the measure will go before tbe legislature Is a ques tion the people of Olympia may fight in the courts on constitutional grounds. The filing of the measure recalls an effort made in 1907 to move the capital to Tacoma. The legislature passed a bill propos ing the submission of the question to the people, but the scheme fell through when Gov. Mead vetoed the measure. Th constitution provides for a two-thirds vote of the people to move the capital. HETE^IBESIIURDEir (l inie.i Press Leased Wire.) PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. 28. —Taken to the scene of John Llnnd's murder in November, 1915, George Bartholomew, arrested In Seattle, after a year's hunt, was required yesterday afternoon to go step by step over his version of the killing. Bartholomew claims Linnd was killed by a mysterious third party named Paul Linnd, who then lammed the corpse into a green trunk and dropped It Into the Willamette river. TO POLE IN AIRPLANE (Unlted Press Leased Wire.) NffflW YORK, Nov. 28. —Capt. Roald Amundsen, discoverer of the south pole, plans to fly to the north pole in M airplane, he an nounced today on his arrival here on the steamer Frederick VIII. His plan is to start north In 1918 In a ship now being built and fitted in Norway, drift as near to the top of tbe world as the ice will permit, then fly the remainder of the way in an aeroplane which he will buy here. SUB SUNK BY LINER? (United Press Leased Wire.) NEW YORK, Nov. 28. —Passengers on the Red Star line Lap land, arriving today from Liverpool, declared their belief that the steamer ran into and probably sank a German submarine off Nan tucket yesterday morning. Capt. Bradshaw admitted that, at the hour mentioned, the ship came to a full stop wit hsuch force as to throw many passengers from their bunks, but declared the vessel ran Into a big wave. KILLED m ROADHOUSE (United Tress Leased Wire.) RENO, Nev„ Nov. 28.—Joseph Campbell, a traveling shoe salesman of St. Louis, died here today' from injuries received in a fight at a roadhouse near Reno last night. Campbell was beaten over the head with a seltzer bottle. Lawrence Luslch, a waiter, and Chris Milosovich, a bartender, are held In connection with Campbell's death. EASTERNER FOR MOVE TO ABOLISH NAME 'RAINIER' Tacoma's efforts to change the name of the mountain are being heard throughout the east. Mayor Fawcett Monday re ceived the following letter from Theodore Flgge of Minneapolis, one of the members of the eastern business men's excursion that vis ited the northwest last year: "I just read an article In a lo- SWAMP-ROOT SAVES KIDNEY SUFFERERS You naturally feel secure when you know that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Hoot, tho great kidney, liver and bladder remedy, is ab solutely pure and contains no harmful or habit producing drug.t. The same standard of purity, strength and excellence, prescrib ed by Dr. Kilmer many years ago is maintained In ever.*' bottle of Swamp-Root. Swamp-Root is scientifically compounded from vegetable herbs. It Is not a stimulant and Is taken In tiMspoonfui doses. It is not recommended for everything. Ac cording to verified testimony it Is nature's great helper In relieving and overcoming kidney, liver and bladder troubles. If you suffer, don't delay an other day. Go to your nearest druggist bow and get a bottle. All drug stores sell it In two sizes— fifty cents and one dollar. However, if you wish first to try this great preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Dept M, BUighamton, N. V., for a Bamplqa.b9J.tle.—Advertisement. cal paper, headed 'Seattle Can Af ford to Yield.' It is about the name 'Tacoma' for your beautiful mountain," he writes. "Where is there In human speech a more beautiful word than 'Tacoma,' and as I read I was taken back In mind to July 6, 1915, whea with a party of travel ers from here and other eastern cities we stopped for a ride by, auto bus over your city and along I the bay. "Why cities and humans who preach and exhort love and kind liness toward their enemies, even as the good Lord commands, will? in their hearts, begrudge even their neighbors what Is theirs, Is beyond reasonable understanding. "May 1 repeat a little rhyme] that found Its way into my mind at that time, and with some oth ers was sent to your real estate board later: A traveler sat reading In a North Pacific car About the strife and warfare Now wired from near and far, When the brakeman up and shouted: "Tacoma now comes near!" And he laid aside the paper, As ho wiped away a tear; "Tacoma, fair Tacoma, Of your praise I love to sing In winter, fall and summer And In the budding spring, Your air is filled with Incense From mountain and from sea— That I must part ere seeing you, Alas, alack for me!" THEODORE FIGOE. lilt North Emerson, Minneapolis, Minn. Call Egg Strike and Use Milk Instead. Says Exoert MOTHER POISONS CHILDREN llulleil I'rrsM l.rnsi'.l Wlrf.) HENO, New, Nov. 27. — After administering chloro form to her three young sons, Mis. O. P. Johnstone last night took a fatal dose of the poison herself. The bullies of Mrs. .lolin stono and one of her MM were found this morning. Tbe other two boys were not seriously affected by the chloroform. Physicians said Mrs. John stone probably became In sane f■ otii brooding over the .li.ill of her husband, O. I*. Johnstone, formerly stale veterinarian, who diet! here 10 days ego. Play Offers Real Laughs Allene Duratiil in that funny play, "It Pnys to Advertise," at the Tacoma theater tomorrow night. "It Pays to Advertise," Cohan and Harris' farce which ran for one solid year at the Geo. M. Cohan theater on Broadway, strikes an optimistic note that cannot other than furnish an in centive that is both helpful and healthy. Real laughs keep America healthy, and Cohan and Harris did their share in this respect by producing this comedy which comes to the Tacoma theater to morrow night. The regular Co ban and Harris cast and produc tion will not be missed with the local presentation—another de light to be anticipated. At the First Municipal Coal Mine First picture of the Terre Haute (Ind.) municipal coal yard from which the city sells coal at (2.75 a ton while retailers ask $6. The Terre Haute Post claimed the Coal Men's club, an organisa tion of retailers backed by the Indiana Coal Operators' associa tion, fixed prices, that 7,000 empty coal cars were idle, that THE TACOMA TIMES. m' «*■ NEW YORK. Nov. 28. -—"If you can't get eg;s for less than 35 cents a dozen, cut them out!" Tills is tho fidvlce of Commis sioner John J. Dillon, head of the New York state department of foods and markets. The fan 'itii;;'urn la one of the few, C iiimiissionci' Dillon said, that the housewife real ___.*_____________________________________________■__■■_■ ly could attack with the ho|ie of getting results. "The high price of eggs is an exception. Speculators put eggs Into cold storage last spring at about 22 cents a dozen. The cost of keeping them there 10 months is two cents. A wholesale price today of 28 cents would give an excellent profit. The retail price should not he over 31! cents. "Yet the actual price is running all the way from 45 to 60 cents! Then* Is one good, cheap suliHiitute for eggs, and that is milk. The public doesn't a;.predate that milk Is the cheajiest and best food we have. "One quart of milk Is worth eight fresh eggs In nutriment val ue. You can buy milk at 10 cents a quart. Eight fresh eggs would cost you something like fio cents. Tho housewife should substitute milk for eggs and use it In every way, for drlnkin; and cooking." GREETS A FRIEND, THEN DROPS DEAD B/ron S. Fryar. fir> years old, of Sumner, dropped dead of heart (allure as he entered tbe Masonic Temple for the Shriner ceremonial Monday eveui.ig. He left home apparntly In good health, motor ed alone to Tacoma, and had just greeted Prof. F. B. Gault, an old acquaintance, when he collapsed. sixteen lb. iisan.l pounds of dressed turkey, 2,000 pounds of cranberries, 100 boxes of fruit. 4,000 pounds of plum pudding and 7,000 pounds of candles shipped south for members of punitive ex pedition in Mexico. CHURCHES JOIN FORCES Representatives of Tacoma churches will meet at the Y. M. C. A. at 7:45 Tuesday evening with the two committees appointed *ome time ago to consider a federation of churches for civic and social service. E. Guy Calbott of Los Angeles will tell how Ihe plan works there. The committee of laymen Includes; R. W. Jamleson, F. L. Stocking, W. B. Hopping, U. E. Harmon and S. P. Downs. The committee from the Ministerial alliance is made up of Rev. W. H. Selleck of Bethany Methodist church, Rev, R. H. McGinnis of the Church of the Holy Communion, Rev. R. L. Hay of the First United Presbyterian church, Rev. James S. West of tbe First Baptist church, and Rev. A. D. Shaw of the East Congregational church. FOR DROPPING KAISER A committee of South Tacomans will attend the next morning of the library board. It was decided by the Soutli Tacoma Commer cial and Athletic clubs Monday night, and Investigate the amount of taxes paid by South Tacoma Into the library fund. One speaker, G. J. Haskln, declared that if strenuous cuts were necessary the city librarian might be dropped and the work given to the assistant librarian. EMDORSE HEALTH WEEK The Tacoma Ministerial Alliance Monday endorsed the plan for National Health week) the date of which Is soon to be fixed by the National Anti-Tuberculosis society. Rev. Frank Dyer of the First Congregational church read to the sermon on "Evolution" preached to his congregation two weeks ago. A KIDS' THANKSGIVING Vaudeville numbers, motion pictures and a "big feed" will be the features of the Thanksgiving entertainment for Tacoma's poor children at Glide rink under the auspices of the social service board Tuesday evening. Doors will open at 7:30. operators were working miners only half time to create a short age and that operators were mak ing a profit of $3.60 on every ton of coal sold at $4.50. Mayor Oossom of Terre Haute leased an Independent coal mine three miles from the city, char tered all the coal wagons he could get and organised farmers to haul coal. EMBARGO MAY CAUSE A ROW llnllr.l I'rr.a I .„., ,l Wlrr.) WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 28. —Congress must burn the mid night oil prodigally If it would finish its labors on schedule at noon, March 4, in the opinion of many early congressional arrivals today. The mere routine will consume a long while, leaving but little for the railroad labor legislation, food embargo questions and other major legislation destined to make the closing days of the ti4th ses sion notable. If the supreme court erases the Adamson Mil from the statute books, congress expects presenta tion of another eight-hour law. There are additions to it con templated, at any rate, and the compulsory Investigation before striking liill will lie a Btorm cen ter. The big sensational scrap of the whole session, however, will come from the food embargo measures, If these are pressed, an now planned. A row equaling or sur passing that over the Mcl.etnore armed ship hill is anticipated. __F The city received 200 cash or ders the first day. Operators of the city coal bin caused retailers to cut their price to $5 a ton and other drops are expected. Coßßom plans now to put the city in the potato, butter and egg business. In the picture the mayor Is shown at the mine In one of the wagons he chartered. Here and Elsewhere Estate of tin- late Ah King. Se attle Chinese, worth »67,000. Slate liimid of forest ciuniiiis sloners will meet In Tacoma Sat urday. Cut flowers auil floral work. Hint, florist. So. Vtli and K. adv. Auto stolen from Mhrarlau Kaiser Sunday is recovered in Olympia. T. 11. Barks' Musicians Supply & Repair Shop, now at 111 t'om merco street. adv. Norway furnishes half of eight men admitted to citizenship In; federal court. Charles E. Hughes will resume law practice In N. Y. Jun. I with j former firm. Agates pollnhed and mounted. (Ireen stamps, l'faff, 1117 Droad way. adv. Auto driven by M. 1.. Dupont of Tacoma Bkidls into 8-foot ditch at I'uyallup. II cost $l:tl.iMi.-. to send Hughes' "billion-dollar special" on Its tour of the country. Ilreakfnst Coffee Cakes and, I Doughnuts. Duenwald's, 1112 lllroadway, adv. I'liiversity of Idaho students win in stork lodging coolest ovor Oregon and Washington. Chicago furniture store award ed $fi,ooo damage'; because rival firm Imitated its store front. All steamers avoid traiisallan tie lane south of Nantucket, where five ships were sunk by 11-5.'!. Grays Harbor poultry raisers take steps to organize "egg cir de," to standardize marketing of; eggs. Typewriter ami pencil carbon cut 'to order at Waiter Berg Sta. Co. ndv. * Women's Good Government league of Spokane calls boycott on turkeys, butter and iMI until j prices are reduced. All Canadians who descried aft er enlisting for overseas service I will be pardoned If they report I for duty by Dec. 15. COMMMEIUTAIi BINDERY « PRINTING CO. Main 417. adv. Fixtures worth $0,000 taken from two former saloons by coun ty "officers in booze raids, bring $204 at public auction. Births. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Christ Hansen, 902 South 14th St., Nov. 20. girl; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pa yuete, 701 St. Helens aye., Nov. 22, boy; Mr. and Mrs. Guy George, 3820 North 29th st., Nov. 18, girl; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Shep hard, 0408 Mason aye., Nov. 15, boy. STOMACH MEDICINES ARE DANGEROUS DOCTORS NOW ADVISE i MAGNESIA Just how dangerous It Is to in-, discriminated dose the stomach j 1 with drugs and medicines Is often i not realized until too late. It \ seems so simple to swallow a dose i of some special mixture or take j tablets of soda, pepsin, bismuth. | etc., after meals, and the folly of this drugging is not apparent un- 1 til, perhaps years afterward, when I it Is found that gastric ulcers have almost eaten their way through j the stomach walls. Regrets are, then unavailing; it is in the early j stages when Indigestion, dyspep- j sta, heartburn, flatulence, etc., In- i dicates excessive acidity of the | stomach and fermentation of food contents that percautlon should be taken. Drugs and medicines are; unsuitable and often dangerous— they have little or no Influence up on the harmful acid, and that Is why doctors are discarding them and advising sufferers from indi gestion and stomach trouble to get rid of the dangerous acid and keep the food contents bland and ■ sweet by taking a little pure bl eunited magnesia Instead. Blsur jnt.ii Magnesia Is an absolutely pure anti in-ill which can be read lily obtained from an, dreg s'.ore. It iti absolutely harmless, 13 prac- I tlcally hasteless and a teaspoonful . taken In a little warm or cold wa iter after meals, will usually be found quite sufficient to Instantly neutralize excessive acidity of the stomach and prevent all possibil ity of the food fermenting. PANTAGES GEORGE PRIMROSE CO. KKKISTA '* "GLORIA'S ROMANCE"—No. With Blllio Burke. AND FOUR OTHER ACTS. Tacoma Theater WEDNESDAY NIGHT. NOV. 29 Cohan A Harris' Supreme Laugh ing Success, "IT BAYS TO ADVERTISE" I By Rol Cooper Megrue and Walter llackctt. It's an Avalanche of Fun. Prices, SOc to 91.50. Seata now. Curtain 8: IB floods I'm. b.isi-,1 Tomorrow Charged on December Account Rendered January First. miMI I ill \t. NEW EVERY DAY IlUi lit SY STORE OX PACIFIC AVKMI E OUR BOYS' SHOP "The Best Hoys' Clothing al the IVo.ilcs Store for fmatf* OVERCOATS 53.95 $4.95 tKIaU. -lusi received a large sli.|.-iueiit, sizes :l to <y9o^? ttt years. Coats in pinch bark models or jt\ \ loose beltc.l effects; made with military A, J» ) ii"l' < ohm i tible collars, I \ la\ BOYS' COIHHKOY HI ITS fyj \y\r. ) s,'rN n'" 1M teem. PC ftA / / V 7 I'rlred at, a suit _f JiUU I^l fA BOYS' WOOI, SI ITS SI'ECIAI, Wi ___V '* M,<, "•"' °f Norfolk Suits, good \ / fl 'iPvli patterns and gmid materials. Some \l // uV "' tlusse sulls have two |kilis of |sints. ) U 'f 7 NI/.oh X'" iH >'«»rs DU1.05 $ It Hoys' Corduroy I'auls, si/.es (I to IH years, ML \\\ n pair $I.Htl to $1.7(1 m\ II \ Boys' Caps BOe, o.lc and fI.OO lit '"',""' "'""'•'"■' "'" ' ' feere ■">!»«■ 14 \-_JC-_\ Hojh' Rulncoals, I to IH year* . .fAM j Tf I —Second Floor. / / BOYS' NEW MACKINAWS I j / Heavy Wool MacMitaws in licit ed and M/ \. pinch hack models have Just arrived— /* Iti^^v HaiKlsome |.atlcrns, a large as- &E QC cM^^*"*^ soi'tiurnt; sl/.cs H to IH faate, ■ ■ ydiuv ffW Prepared? Men's Fine Shirts rJA yST $1.45 'It (J) Slripeil ami fancy palterus iv f, ]_§§ ii beuiMciiiig array of new )**^ x colors an.l strl|ies; soft or / V I French culls; all sl/.es, I I lit / »_ £ S^jLA 17.6; sleeve sizes ;j;J, HI ami mmiew* f^_______F '^^ ' •8. Spoiial, At AC '-*__• f \ .Mich $ I iTiJ U»yw'^gmy' A Men's Fine ■_& \ Neckwear $1.00 §|£ fil '£■£& 'fjfl Fancy patterns in heavy silks, Kj___^swKipi JH X l^ Just the snappy He ynu need \ I for Tb.iiil.skiving. They're 1.1 • \ I new. .lust hi by express. If 4g J \\ you wmii the best see these. [_L-^ Men's Washable Men 'aWhite OIOTM, Gloves, a Pair $1.75 a Pair $1.50 Art any MHill If a wash- w ,. , Il|Vl . )|IN( ,.,.,.,„„, „,,,,,. able glove pays. Slice ill tell „,,.„, ,„, I1S «, IIPH „ f you It ccitalnly doe« ud » totttag your sl/e. Don't do in'inan knows. These huve | iiv just arrived. i:\ceptlonully '-m- . ■«• Tr_«*.__ j gooii values. Men' 3 Fine Knitted ■»_____.!_. xii a _■*__*_____ Golf Gloves Men's Flannel Shirts Gray, u*ek or brow*. Htart, Several styles lo select from. your fU'sl tee-off ThniikHgtv- Hlilrls In gray, blue, tan and In* morning with warm just the weights wanted for hands. Suitable for street your Thanksgiving outing, wear in cold weath- ff 1 flirt ivired, 09 pri q>o en «" ■ i,,lr *l ■oil each ... «p£iOU to ipU.JU —Men's Shop—Main Moor. ■*-vi'*'^'-----------_---_------------------------_---______________BBHaaHHi Distance Shrinks to Nearness Distance today is no barrier to business. Minutes have replaced miles. WESTERN UNION Day Letters and Night Letters expand the limits of your selling territory to the margins of the seas. Wherever Western Union goes, business may be had at little cost THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO. Forest 111 jjs3.3o ■ 1 per Load Furnace and Range Coal Harrison Bros. Co. MAIN 93 TURN TO THE CLABSIKIKD WANT ADS ON PAGE 7 FOR RESULTS. SEE PAGE SEVEN. OLYMPIA-TACOMA-DUPONT STAGE Leaves Tacoma Leaves Olyinptn Donnelly Hotel Kneeland Hotel 6:00 A. M. 8:00 A. M. I COO A. M. 1:00 P. M. 1:00 P. M. 4:00 P. M. 4:00 P. M. 6:30 P. M. 0:00 P. M. Subject to Change Without Notice. ' PHONE: MAIN 708 PAGE THREE. REGENT THEATER Ninth and Puciflc Aye. TODAY Hippodrome VnudevlUe And Feature Photo Plays 7—RONOMAR AHA Its—7 Sensational Whirlwind*) of the I Insert 3—OTHER GREAT ACTS—S THE SHIELDING SHADOW The Wonder Serial in 15 Kplsodes > To Be Seen Every Hnn., Mon„ Tues., Wed. and The Shrine of Happiness B—Reel American Drama—S Phi h«" News of World Event* Continuous Performances Daily 1:30 to 11 P. M. Matinees 10c. Evenings 13c. mm ii.i I I' J RAT GAMBLE Olympia Oyster Co., SENDS SALMON Eiufl $1.50, Express Prepaid 1