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Thursday, Jan. 4, 1917. j Here and Elsewhere Movie actors and actrewses forced to flee when fire wrecks studio of Popular Play and Play- MOTHERS, DO THIS— When the Children Cough, Rub Musterole on Throats and Chests No telling how soon the symptoms may develop into croup, or worse. And then's when you're glad you have a jar of Musterole at liand to give prompt, sure relief. It does not blister. As first aid and a certain remedy, Musterole is excellent. Thousands of mothers know it. You should keep a jar in the liouse. It is the remedy for adults, too. Relieves sore throat, bronchitis, ton silitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neu ralgia, headache, congestion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago, pains of back or joints, sprains, sore muscles, chil blains, frosted feet and colds of the chest (it often prevents pneumonia). II M^ si^__&_^'e^J___*3**_L^a_ IMPERIAL MILITARY OCTETTE HERBERT BROOKS BH.LIE BIRKE In "Olorla's Romance," No. O the Mcdonald i SHOE CO.'S Two Stores, 943 Broadway and Cor. Pacific Aye. and 13th will not open until 9:30 Saturday morning in order that all em ployees before coming to work can vote "Yes" for the Army 11 Post bonds. AHA ___SR-~) « Clean Cars We WANT to keep the cars clean. It is not necessary for a san itary inspector to MAKE us do something we want to do. It is necessary, however, for our patrons to do their part. The cars of the company are thoroughly swept and dusted at least ONCE DAILY. After running 900 miles, a car is thoroughly washed and disinfected. If we have co-operation, we will have clean cars. Tacoma Railway and Power Co. era' Film Co., N. Y. Loss, $250, --000. Cut flowers and floral work. Hlnz, florist. So. 7th and K. adv. Juau T. Burns, Mexican consul general at New York, arrested on charge of conspiracy to ship armt Into Mexico. Ask BUI Fehse—he knows. Olive Branch Cigar Store. .Wm. H. Fehse, Prop. Hotel Donnelly. ■ adv. School children in Taroiuu arc told how to assist in preventing fires by fire marshal and fire man. W. W. Seymour will bo Com mercial club representative at meeting of Chamber of Commerce of U. S. to be held Jan. 31 In Washington, D. C. Officio Supplies at Walter Berg Stationery Co. adv, Pete l.»»|its arrested by city de tectives in connection with rob bery of Japanese pool room al 1330 Broadway. Mocha Layer and Lady Balti more Cakes. Duenwald's, 1112 Broadway. adv. Robert Harlan, delegate to con vention of A. F. of L., gives re port of meeting to Tacoma Cen tral Labor Council. Joe Meyers, proprietor of New- port club, 1624 Commerce at., ac cused of keeping liquor for ille gal sale. i OOMMMERCIAL BINDERY ft PRINTING CO. Main 417. adv. Earl Brewer, convicted of neg lecting to support wife and three small children, sentenced by Jus • tice Liuck to 90 days in county • Jail. 1 Hofstetter ft Co. are Installing 1 a new front at 1303 Pac. aye. adv. s County D»Btectlve Shaw seizes big cask of whisky at Commercial • dock, after it had been shipped • here. T. R. Barks' Musicians' Supply B ft Repair Shop. 922 Commerce. I adv Births. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Leslie - Fitzpatrlck, 1115 South 2 3rd st., 1 Dee. 29, girl; Mr. and Mrs. Carl • L. Gothlln, 2121 Cushman st„ i Dec. 23, boy; Mr. and Mrs. It, S. Phillips, 6508 South Park St., Dec. 2!i, girl; Mr. and Mrs. Char -4 tie Sedleckl, County hospital, • Dec. 19, girl; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Johnson, 1428 East 32nd St., Dec. • 24, lioy; Mr. and Mrs. Harrison - F. Kenunie, 1011 South Yakima *■ aye., Dec. 29, girl. Deaths. Mary A. Pike, age 5, Wednes- I day at family home, 4012 North • 22nd st. Funeral at 3 p. m. Thursday from C. C. Mellinger's. " Interment, Tacoma cemetery. W. A. Jones, 53, Wednesday at " local hospital. Body is sent to Seattle under direction of C. O. Lynn. Alice Olson, age 11, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Olson, Wednesday at family home In Parkland. Funeral at 2 p. m. Friday from Norwegian Lutheran church. Parkland, Rev. Horstad officiating. Interment, Parkland cemetery, under direction of C. O. Lynn. Funeral of Edward Zlgler at 1:30 Thursday from C. C. Mel linger's. Interment, Tacoma cemetery. CLERK'S RECOVERY ASTONISH KS TACOMA Tacoma people will marvel at this clerk's recovery. His stomach was so bad he could eat very lit tle. Everything fermented and soured. Had stomach cough. Doc tor advised buckthorn bark, gly cerine, etc., as mixed in Adler-i --ka. ONE SPOONFUL helped him INSTANTLY. Because Adler-1-ka empties BOTH large and small in testine it relieves ANY CASE con stipation, sour stomach or gas and prevents appendicitis. It has QUICKEST action of anything we Ulever sold. The French Drug Co., I corner 13th and Pacific Dr. G. A. JONES, Orthopedic. Diseases and all ailments of the feet a specialty. INVESTIGATION PROVES ITS TEST 10 Years in Tacoma, Wash, at Avenue Hotel, 1200*. Par. ay. I If you are in the market for some F*~n*ilure at tliis time we invite you to come to our place and get our prices. We are having a SALE IN FURNITURE As we intend to close out the biggest pert, or all, of our present ■took before we occupy our new 6-story building now under con struction at 1146 Broadway. As a special inducement we will give credit, if desired, at sale prices— a____hx <T 1 f\ to $20 Gash and a Small jfJQk ffffff * * V Monthly Payment Will Fur- BXt9 mj af nish Your Home. \ktma Ne_t week we are going to make a ipeclal drive on Dining-room Furni ture — some complete seta —in Fumed, Early English and Oold and Dull —Odd Buffets and Extension Tablea—Will be closed out at very low prices during this sale. auartered Oak Bxtenalon table, 46- I $18.75 I Aly • • •-. ■■• •• • «••••**- __§__fl________l_________________________B(_^__B__________C_9__l Cli'J H Solid Oak Buffet; finiaued J tv fumed or fl» 1 J Ct\ |12. Oak Library Table, &,Q *v m. golden dull. "J> 3 4 m-J\J finlahed fumed 90m ID ' tTliiH Range Jj I I specially ! I I I prlc<,<, at ~ M lem-r -fr\ «Qm_■i■—« u —* mtt*, *• _ \ 14.l\w\ I M V V I Guaranteed —-- " ™ on terms of This $6.50 Iron lied, Vernea Mar $5 a month tin flnlah. djo "V-r If desired. Bpeclal _..«<>«J.#U Tacoma Furniture & Outfitting Co. Make Your Own Terms With Us 011-913 Broadway .atmW.s---------Sm*m*-m-ma^ssimmmiasim-m*mm-am-as-*mssmimmms.msm^^mmmiisiim l THE TAOOMA TIMES. SYRUP OF FIGS FOR CROSS, SICK FEVERISH CHILD If little stomach is sour, liver torpid or bowels clogged. Mothers can rest easy after glv ing "California Syrup of Figa," because in a few hours all the clogged-up waste, sour bile and fermenting food gently moves out of the bowels, and you have a well, playful child again. Chil dren simply will not take the time from play to empty their bowels, and they become tightly packed, liver gets sluggish and stomach disordered. When cross, feverish, restless, see if tongue Is coated, then give this delicious "fruit laxative." Children love It, and it can not cause injury. No difference what ails your little one—lf full of cold, or a jore throat, diar rhoea, stomach-ache, bad breath, remember, a gentle "inside cleansing" should always be the first treatment given. Full direc tions for babies, children of all ages and grown-ups ara printed on each bottle. Beware of counterfeit fig syr ups. A«k your druggist for a 80-cent bottle of "California Syrup of Pigs," then look care fully and see that it is made by the "California Fig Syrup Com pany." We make no smaller size. Hand back with contempt any other fig syrup. _d*T_L?j--. jMnl' x*"^^_^o"_y 1110 Broad way, with the rest of progressive Tacomans will vote "YES" for the Army Bonds Sat urday. Store opens at 9..30 for regular busi ness. One-third to one-half off on Ladies' Coats and Suits. Spe cial inducements in our Men's Dept. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD $860,000 RIVER WORK I With one-half of the six-year period of inter-county river im provement work passed, 57 per cent of the appropriation has been used, according to the triennial report of Engineer W. J. Roberta, approved by the commissioners of Pierce and King counties Wednes day. Of the $ 1,.'.00,000 that is to be expended by both counties, $861,031.40 has been used. Before the meeting the commissioners made a tour of the im provement that Is under way. Engineer Roberts was selected to serve for another year. The proposed budget for 1917 calls for an appropriation of $250,000, the largest Item being for 20,000 feet of bank protection, for which $'00,000 Is asked. DUTCH SINGER COMES ~~ A fine program of songs will be given by Madame Julia Culp, famous Dutch singer of songs in many languages, when she makes her bow to Tacoma music lovers In the Tacoma theater Thursday night. She will be assisted by Coenraad V. Bos, noted Dutch pianist, who will also give a group of piano solos. At the head of the program Is a group of four songs by Schu bert, including "Aye Maria," "Die Post," "Standehen" and "Im Abendrot." "Japanese Death Song" and "Dutch Serenade" will be other big features. Mozart's "Sonata C Major" will bo the leading piano solo l.iv Bos. . MARRIED9DAYS^WH)OW Married but nine days, Mrs. J. B. Anderson, formerly Miss Evelyn Mahar of McMillan, is a widow today. Her husband was killed instantly and William Bell of Seattle was seriously injured Wednesday liy an explosion of dynamite while they were building ' a skid road for the Mineral Lake Logging Co. at Mineral, The liome of the Andersons was in Puyallup. The young couple '• were married on Christmas day. TWO STRIKERS NABBED" (United Pi-ess Leased Wire.) PORTLAND, Ore., Jan. 4.—C. E. Wymore and D. H. Cuy are tat liberty today under $100 bond, following their arrest as a result! of a fight with a strikebreaker named Gill, who Is a bollerniaker's' helper at the Willamette Iron & Steel company's plant. The unoin men say they accosted QUI antl Intended asking liiini to go on strike when he started the light in which ho was uidetl by ilia uncle who heard the rumpus near his home. I 0,. A. Campbell, born In Tacoma, Wash., Feb. 13th, 1885. Attended school in this section until 18 years of age. After finishing school read law in the office of his father, Judge Fremont Campbell, who was formerly I *sjy Stationers $ Engravers £3 •«-_ *¥ Broa-wiy M«in ■*- 3 S Colonial Theater Is Headquarters for Paramount Films Tlie Colonial theater, Broadway near Ninth, ls the Taroma headquarters for Paramount feature photoplays. This beautiful movie house was erected two years ago and has play ed to satisfactory crowds ever since. With an exterior of colonial appearance, and an interior equipped in every modern manner for the convenience and comfort of Its patrons, this movie house ia con sidered one of the best of its size in the west, it has a seating capacity of 960. Manager Moore plays Paramount features, but on several occasions he has replaced his regular service with big features purchased outside of his j weekly contract. His policy of showing the best and cleanest films obtainable if largely responsible for the popularity of the Co lonial. county attorney and judge of superior court of Pierce county. In 1909 entered employ of W. A. Stewart, county au ditor; remained till 19 12, then took position with City of Tacoma checking contracts on Green River Gravity sys tem and Nisqually Power Plants. In spring, 1913, to gether with his brother, V. Campbell, jr., took over bus iness of Cetliel Investment Company, of which concern he is president. Owing to dullness of real estate market ho took the position of chief deputy coun ty auditor under Thos. N. Morris, and Is at present holding that position. Has always took an active interest in politics and civic . affairs and is an earnest ' worker for anything which stands for the benefit of tlie city, county and state. 1 _-——----_-_—----_-______ . , ,„■,„,—■—____ , Make no mistake, the Army Post will help you—"Vote for it." SOMETHING NEW EVERY DAT THE lit SV STOKE ON PACIFIC AVENUE I JANUARY SALE | OF WHITE 1 Beautiful Undergarments Claiming First Attention SOME DETAILS OF WHITE UNCOVERED I BY THE JANUARY SALE. Some of these lovely things occupy no more space than a layer of nothing; genius waved her wand and placed her finger to these sheer and airy materials, and, voila; their beauty fairly dazzles. I Corset Covers, designed with lace and embroidery edges; shown in got.ti variety 0C« of slyles; speiial C\lli Women's Slipover ('owns, trillion .I with pretty laces ami eiiil.i-ol.ler, ; SQ special .11 *f Ju Women's liixt-lnji.- Chemises, made ill nciv slt,les with ser viceable luce edge; ft fj special tjli W'oiiien's Petticoats of good muslin and attractive em broiiltt-y; made nilli AO~ j 111 ill.-; special *tJb i Women's I-'.nvclope Chemises, iH'atitiful lace ami embroidery triiiiiiii'il front und CO a back; special Uilb Women's Petticoats, tucked limine-* and embroidery edg ing; very pretty; C 0« r\ special UULi Women's (iowns, an assort - 1 1111 in of ('owns that includes values to $1.0(1; (Jf* _ special at UJti Women's Envelope Chemises, shown in fifleen new styles, «* lingerie cloth, variously oO_, tii.i»med; spi-cial tiUU Women's antl Misses' ('owns, very dainty V, empire or round neck styles; Q D ■ special dUb || White Muslin Petticoats, em 'A lu-oitlei-y style, deep flounce B anil underlay or lace (10 ** I 111 flic; -.ill-rial «IUI# ALL TOGETHER NOW! "Vote For Army Post" I We're going to, and we hope you will. We want to see Tacoma prosper. Virges Drug Co. 1124 Pacific Aye. PAGE THREE I.oxely Camisoles, crepe de chine, white )lr pink, lure joke ami siren--.; QQ<» special nt JUU Cinclope Clu-mises, hand-em liiiiltler.tl organdie anil l_--«> yokes; special p * SQ ill i~ I itfl lanhroidrry (iowns, Ikilli ma chine antl hand-embroidered; lasts variety; C| SO extra «-|x < ml 9 I .4-0 Petticoats, cinhi-oideretl or lace trimmed; all regular and extra sl/ps; tj^ JQ special at $ I I'tU ('owns of I 1 nil h ill iiihUtlhls, elaborately I rimmed in fine late ami ribbon; D 4 QQ special at *J> 1 a?D Chemises ami Combination*, elaborately designed anil dain tily trimmed with lit It lace ami satin P 4 QQ ribbons; special ... y lidU l-'iivclopo Chemises, (Jowns, Petticoats and t'omblnatJona at *'_'.IH, $_.»H, $.».IX, $4.9H ami fSM, Pink Things Found Hiding in the Sale Camisoles, I, nuns, Knvelope Chemises and CoiubiiiHtlona of Silk Crepe de Chine or pretty Soft Lingerie ('re-pen. I.lnherit* Sln»|> —Second Floor.