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B^turday, March : 2Jt$9U '
N. P.FORMS TERMINAL
The Northern pacific has or
!;anlzed a terminal company to
landle all freight* and passenger
rains coming into the city over Its
racks for all companies.
St will take charge April Ist,
•will have full control of the
handling of trains and cars In tho
C. E. McMullln has been ap
pointed superintendetit, C. R.
Poole will be his chief clerk.
Tacoma's" centenarian, John
Waller Reeves, the old? t engi
neer In the country, died > eiterOfcy
at his home, 2008 South 7th
street. 'He was 100 years and five
rconths old. He Cftniht colJ
Christmas and haß been afflicted
■with pneumonia since.
He came to Tacoma 'J! yean
ago and celebrated his golden wed
aing In this city. His wife die!
16 years ago. Sixteen children
were born to them and three sons
and a daughter still survive: JoTin
Reeves of .Logansport, Ind.; T. .1.
Reeves and L. C. RMTO) of this
city and Mrs. William Arthur of
The funeral -will be Monday
The spirit of tho times Is shown
In Dr. Power's selection of his sub
ject, "Prayer as a HeulinF Ajfent,
Bunday evening at the Unitarian
There is a charm In baking if
you use Pyramid Flour. It is
pure, white, fluffy and strong. •••
I,et the wife sleep. Get break
fast at the new Municipal Dock
Cafe in time for the 7 o'clock
Take your dinner at the
Municipal Dock Cafe. A full din
ner 35c, with soup and all tba
1 A New Suit,
; My AH-Woofl
• Qammemits ■at
$I6oS(D) to $25
;.; Should Be
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QFrank C. Hart
; The Tiffany Jeweler
050 Pacific Aye. ,
Friend of Boys Is Coming Here
JllKiK BEN UXnSKV.
Judge Ben n. Lindsey, the founder of tho children's court of
Denver, aud widely known as the champion of the child in its cue
against society, is to lecture in Taeoina on the 11th of April. Mr.
Undeey was the first judge to act on the theory that a bad boy
Is only a boy with a grudge, real or Imaginary, against a human
nature, and that to make a good boy out of him you had only to
remove the grudge. lli3 theory worked out In practice and courts
similar to the one started by Judge Lindsey are now established
throughout the United Stales.
Some of the girls with Max I) ill in the tuneful musical comedy,
"Drenm City," at the Taconia theater tonight.
Max Dill in "Dream
City" Here Tonight
Max Dill, funniest of German
comedians, comes to the Tacoma
theater tonight. This maker of
Teutonic fun is regarded as the
peer of any comedian in his pe
culiar line of stage work. His
San Francisco engagement, which
is but recently closed, was an ex
traordinarily successful one. Dill
will appear here in "Dream City,"
an uproarious musical comedy en
"The Midnight Sons"
Sunday and Monday
"The Midnight Sons," claimed
to be one of the most mammoth
musical productions ever seen on
the American stage, will :be at the
Tacoma theater Sunday and Mon
day nights. Over a year ago, Lew
Fields, in conjunction with Messrs.
Shubert, arranged for an elaborate
musical show which would be suit
ed to fill the spacious stage of
the Broadway theater which they
had Just recently acquired. "The
Midnight Sons" was the result.
Doubtless the play will be long
est remembered for Its realistic
theater scene. There is a minia
ture stage, then tiers of .boxes,
orchestra seats, with slanting
aisles, balcony and even a gallery
with the proverbial "gods" perch
ed high up. This ji" >asts for
about 35 minutes.
The cast of "The Midnight
Sons" numbers a few over 100.
All of these people are utilized in
this scene and in addition there
are engaged over 200 "supers."
These come from towns where the
attraction plays. A special agent
travels ahead of the company en
gaging and rehearsing these ex
"The Arcadians" Here
Tuesday Night Only
\ The musical fantasy, "The Ar
cadians," which comes here next
Tuesday, originated In London,
Red Cross Ball Blue makes the
laundress happy; makes clothes
whiter than enow. : j -'.. ***
fly On The flyer
Taiuma-Heattle Route. I Four Round
Trips Dally. Leavct Tacoma 8:36 a
ft.. 18:16, »:«, _ 7:30 p. m. single
Fare SSc. - Round Trip 50c. « Flyer
r"q^llA ' Pi *'<>"^!IL-^£ml:___
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BIGHT ROUND TfcirS DAILY 3
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• nicipal Dock at 7:00. 8:00, 11 00
5. m., 1:60, 1:00, 1:00, 7:00
:00 p. m.
'it Leave Seattle from Colman" 1!
dock, 7:00, 9:00, 11:00 a. m
1:00. 3:00, 5:00, 7:00, 8:00 p. m
BINULB FABk SOo
I A 9 tenner >r«n Two Hoars. |
&fll*i X, PVhCtilA., ; A rest. »-
I birthplace of many other dellght-|
.ful musical attractions, and will
I be played in this city by the spe
cial New York company. "The Ar
cadians," as its title suggests, leads
from mystic Arcady, the land
that knows nt laws save those of
love and gentleness to Epsom
Downs on Derby Day. Howard
Talbot is responsible for the
lyrics, which are of real poetic
Gertrude Elliott Coming
Miss Gertrude Elliott, most
brilliant and most clever of the
younger generation of American
actresses, will make her first ap
pearance in this city at the Ta
coma theater, Tuesday and Wed
nesday April 11 and 12. The play
in which she will be seen is Mrs.
Frances Hodgson Burnett's "The
Dawn of a Tomorrow." Miss El
liott has made in the leading role
of "Glad," one of the most em
phatic hits recorded this year. She
is a woman of striking beauty and
. " MOAA l>E*i.\lO.VD.
. With the "Midnight Sons" at the
Taconia theater Sunday and
Monday. . -
' "Mme. Sherry" Coming
"Madame Sherry, the musical
• success; with its wonderful and
> irresistible comedy. Is coming here
soon, and will be seen at the Ta
' coma' in April.
• If you wish beautiful, .clear,
white clothes, use Red Cross Ball
Blue. At all good grocers. •••
Want a good garden or lawn?
Get Tacoma - Imp. - & Seed Co.
seed. ■ , . •••
Forced to Leave Home _ -■'
„; Every year a large number of
I poor sufferers, whose « lungs are
sore and racked | wit n coughs, are
urged to go to another climate.
But this is costly and not always
sure. . There a better way. > Let
Dr. 1. King's New ** Discovery cure
you at ; home. "It cured me rx of
Jung trouble," writes ■W., R. Nel
son, of Oalamlne, Ark., "when all
else failed and I gained 47 pounds
In weights lt 4 gurely the king of
all cough | and. lung ' cures." Thou
sands owe their lives and health to
It. '•*, It's ; positively > guaranteed j for
Coughs, Colds, LaOfippe, Asthma,
Croup—all Throat and Lung , trou
bles. 6do■ an 8 $1.00. * Trial i bot
tie f r«« lat I Ryner | Malstrom j Drug
Co., 988 Pacific «t»
THE TAOOMA TIMgB
"Merry Wow* Coding
"The Merry Widow" comes to
the Tacomk theater In April with
Its Irresistible, whirl of beautiful
girls, enchanting music and bril
liant costumes. For this engage
ment, Henry W. Savuge offers
what ddubtless will be generally
accepted as the best all-round com
pany which he ha 3 ever equipped
for the presentation of this won
drously popular Viennese oper
atta. The role of Sonia falls to
Mabel Wilber, who was seen here
before. Charles Meakins will be
the.dashing Prince Danllo. - Mr.
MMkllM was with Miss Wllber in
the original company at the New
Amsterdam theater. New York.
j PANTAGES |
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Dr. Pauline, one of the great-!
est of Bta.se hypnotists who wns |
here Borne over a year ago, Is
booked for the headllner at Pan
tages next week. Pauline made a
hit with his wonderful act when
here before, lie takes his sub
jects from the audience.
The bill also Includes a trained
rooster act, a hLsh-elasa musical
number and others.
"C. Q. D." Jack Irwin the wire
less operator of Wnlter Wellman's
giant dirigible "America" will be
the headliner at the Majestic
theater. Irwin will give an illus
trated account of his experiences
in tho Wellnißn balloon on tin 1
attempt to cross the Atlantic last
The supporting bill contains
many well known vaudeville fun
Changes for the Scenic
The Scenic Is to change shjiws
three times a week hereafter, the
new 111 ms stiirtiim on Sunday.
Wednesday and Friday. Begin
ning tomorrow Grafting Qltorln
will be succeeded by P. E. Crow
hurst as organist. Mr. Crowhunl
will be assisted by P. W. Porter.
The two singers. Miss Moitlh nn'l
Miss Cooper will still 1i,3 on the
bill. The program for Sunday in
cludes "The Cattle Rustlers" and
"Davy Jones, or His Wife's Hus
BIG TIM WARS
ON GUN TOTERS
ALBANY, X. V., March 25.—
"Big Tim" Sullivan, Tammany
loader standing next to Murphy,
the idol of the Bowery and the
toast of the under world, is the
author of a bill before the assem
bly to restrict the ownership ami
use of firearms.
His bill would mnke the carry
ing of dangerous weapons a felony
Instead of a misdemeanor, and
would require dealers in firearuiH
to take the name, description and
license number of every person au
thorized to carry firearms. Sc
many widows appeal to him tc
avenge tho murder of husbands
that he introduced the bill to safe
guard tho lives of his "own peo
NEW IBERIA, La., March 25. —
During a lull in the Elklns-
Abruzzi courtship. Miss Katherine
Elkins, daughter of the late sena
tor from West Virginia, is round
ing out the last of the winter hunt
ing here in the south.
Her most notable achievement
is the bagging of a nine-foot alli
gator. As the guest of Mr. and
.Mrs. Joseph Letter at a houseboat
party, she saw the big saurian on
the surface of a lagoon, and with
one crack of her rifle put a bullet
through his eye. The stuffed hide,
she thinks, will make a fine
RAII/KOAI) MBX TO MKBT.
The railroad men's political
club will meet tonight at Odd Fel
lows hall and will listen to an ad
dress by A. H. Barth, the socialist
candidate for mayor. Some of the
railroaders want Barth to with
draw as candidate for mayor and
run for one of the commissioner
TAX BECOKDS DKOKEN.
The tax collections broke all re
cords for February and March this
year being $2,141,073 a 8 against
$1,779,817 last year. All -who
paid u,p before March 15 got a dis
count of three per cent on their
The 24-mile an hour gale that
swept Tacoma yesterday tested the
street signs and rickety chimneys
and did some little damage. The
B. A. Friend company electric
sign on Commerce street was
blown down and pedestrians had
some narrow escapes.
Humphreys' Seventy-Seven Breaks
Up Colds and
No bad effects after
When the Grip is try ted with
"Seventy-seven" there ls syo come
back—no harmful after effect*,
"Seventy-seven" taken early
shortens aad moderates the at
Don't wait until the Grip sets
in, your bones begin to ache, and
you have Pains and Soroneßa in
the Head and Chest, Oough, Sore
Throat, General Prostration and
Fever, or the cur« may take
All Drug Btores 26c or mailed.
Humphreys' Homeo. Medicine.
Co,, Cor. William aad Ann Streets,
HENRY RU<96tLL MILLER*
Cowi*Lt, ■#»•. Tk. itottt-Mtlafll Oo*«m>
|" Site stepped down on« stair.
*he?e her face was on a level with
his. \ Fully and freely sho gnvo
Mm of her eyes, that through
them he might see down Into her
heart, afire with the love -'••
passing, that asked nothing, that
was content with loving.
"Eleanor! Eleanor! at brrath
"Yes." She met his eyes
steadily, fearlessly. "Even though
wo may never know the happiness
of sharing one life, I shall always
he -yours -and you mine. Life
can't take that from us.
He turned away In the anguish
of temptation. His big body
trembled. His volee was hoarse,
as he spoke.
"I know now why men give up
honor for n woman. Do you know
how easy It would be for me to
throw everything else overboard
and sick happiness with just you
-in spite of everything—even
'"Look at me!" Slowly he turn
ed once more to Bast her eyes.
"You will not tempt me, will you?
You are stronger than 1; you
mustn't let mo be weak. Do you
think 1 don't know? How often
during the last two years I have
prayed that you might be weak
enough to come to me, that I
might be weak enough to yield.
Hut we must not. We can not. It
wouldn't be as easy as it seems
now. It would he a cowardly hap
pineHS. It wouldn't be etsMßk I'n
til he is found and we know he Is
reclaimed) we could never be real
ly happy, there would always be
a stain on our love. We know
what selfishness brings. • « *
You belong to the. people of this
state. Our false happiness would
cripple you, because you would
always have the knowledge that
you hadn't been true to yourself.
And if you aren't true to your
self, how can you bo true to your
trust? • • ♦ i wnnt j t _ _j
need It —more than you do. But
I—l caro for you too much ever
to want you to be untrue to the
best In you on my account. You
won't tempt me, will you?" nlie
pleaded, her voice growing more
and more unsteady. "Because I
—1 am bo happy In Just being near
fou —when 1 am with you some
thing keeps pulling, pulling me to
you-»-I am almost past the resist
ing point. Don't tempt me -yet 1
tvant you to tempt me you must
l>e strong for both of M.
"And remember," she went on,
trying to bo strong, "remember
that It Is harder for me than for
you. Tomorrow, after the funeral,
I go back to my life work, which,
after all, Is only a scanty refuge.
While you go on to your great
task that often will shut mo out
of your mind and heart. It will
always be that —your work always
first, I always second."
"No!" he said roughly. "It will
never be that. You are first—you
always shall be."
"Ah! I wanted you to say that.
But you mustn't. And it mustn't
bo <rue. That is the. selfish part
of my love X must always fight to
k««p down—even if —even if we
must not always bo apart. You
mustn't let me be selfish. If you
place me first, if you don't sacri
fice me when it is right, you can't
be true to yourself, you won't be
—my man. • « * You are so
strong. * ♦ * You mustn't
come to weakness through me."
"Yet you say you are not good!"
The vine-wreathed veranda hid
them from the world. She went
GAS, DYSPEPSIA/ INDIGESTION AND
ALL OTHER STOMACH MISERY GOES.
If your meals don't fit comfort- ach sufferer, though you may call
,ably or you feel bloated after eat- lt by Borne other name; your real
in g and you believe It is th. food «« °£ *™* }• J|-th^whlch you
which fills you; If what little you ferments and scur(Si producing al
eat lies like a lump of lead on most any unhealthy condition,
your stomach; if there Is difficulty A case of Pape's Dlapepiln will
in breathing after eating, eructa- cost fifty cents at any Pharmacy
tions of sour, undigested food and here, and will convince any stom
icid, heartburn, brash or a belch- ach sufferer five minutes after
Ing of gas, you can make up your taking a single do»e that Fermen
mlnd that you need something to tatlon and Sour Stomach Is caus
stop food fermentation - and cure ing the misery of Indigestion.
Indigestion. No matter if you call your
To make every bite of food you trouble Catarrh of the Stomach,
eat aid in the nourishment and Nervousness or Gastritis, or '.- by
strength of your body, you must any other name —always remem
rid your Stomach of poisons, ex- ber that a certain cure is waiting
cesilve acid and stomach gas at any drug store the moment you
which sours your entire meal — in- decide to begin its use. - :
terferes with digestion and causes Pape's Dlapepsln will regulate
so many sufferers of Dyspepsia, any out of order Stomach within
Sick Headache, Biliousness, Con- five minutes and digest promptly,
Btlpatlon, Griping, etc. Your case without any fuss or discomfort
is no-different —you are a atom- all of any kind of food you eat.
Edward I. Salmson
Desires to call the attention of his many former
clients and to the public in general that he has
opened offices in the Provident building, where ha
Is riotf ready to give his undivided attention to
examining eyes and fitting glasses, and will serve
you in the game faithful and careful manner as
when he was conducting his jewelry business in
conjunction with the optical business.
Having examined eyes and made glasses for hun
dreds, and relieved them from suffering and incon
venience caused by defective eyesight for the past
30 years, this has given him an experience in the
optical profession that would of itself recommend
him to anyone being in need of such services. Call
at any time from 9 to 12 a. m. and 1 to 6 p. m. or
make appointment by phone Main 5859.
Itooins 209-210 Provident Building.
QUIT I ¥ Program for ■ Sunday, Monday ' and
:-:~ ■■ fcJl*r<i it~d j.^ # ,-SUC«',V Tuesday. One of : the P?S#*lE"
LTI7IJFJ' ~£ TCD S best' eomedle*, 1;: "Max :Is S Stuck ? TTp, How
5/l'rlilrA' 1 CiK# Tommy» , Wlt« Worked." And '- another,
* * »*-«^» • ««* *B<rt>a]«« Races." 0l of the beat
1394 'Pa/M'firt drama*. "A War-Time Escape," something
±o&l X-jM/lliU uut played by the Kaiea Company.
to a chair, fell into It and burled
her face in her hands. Harsh, dry
sobs shook "her.
Hob wns ttelpleM to comfort her.
Aw kwardly, as one unused to
caress, he put out his hand nnd
let it rest upon her hair. The un
accustomed touch scut fire racing
through his veins.
"Kleunor!" ho murmured
Slit- caught his big hand and
pressed it to her cheek. "I am not
good. lam only weak and shame
less. You must be strong • •
or take mo."
He sat down beside her anil
took both her hands in his firm,
'Dear!" How strangely the
word dwelt upon his lips! "Dear,
look at me. • • • Two yean
ago 1 found nnsWf. The people
of my city trusted me. when they
would have been justified in crush
"Hut you weren't guilty. K:Uh
erine has told me."
"1 wasn't directly responsible
for the crime that was done. Hut 1
don't hide behind that. It was done
for me and I accepted the bene
fit. Hut my people didn't know It.
Nevertheless, they trusted me.
They have helped me to glow
stronger, at home and over the
state. The good people here, they
have trusted me and Strengthened
me. In a few weeks I am to be
nominated for governor. 1 can be
elected, I think. Qreal power has
been placed in my hands. I am
under the most sacred obligations
to the people <>f this state, to John
Dunmeade, to him who is dead. I
can do much. • • • Theso
two years I have tried to Stone.
,1 have tried to kill the ugly self
I thai ruled me. l thought i had
I succeeded. And now * • * I
find 1 have failed. • * * I
am ready, nt your word, to forget
joverythlng but myself * * •
but you! * * t Listen. You
must know what that means.
* * * We must start a new
life together. The wealth that
1 Murchell has left me, I will give
to Dunmeade. All the knowledge
1 I have gained, all the power 1
1 havo won, nil the power that has
been given to me. for n purpose
not my own. must hi? thrown aside.
All Ifurchell's work will have
1 gone for nothing, .John Dun
meade, left alone, will be beaten.
The people wlio havo trusted me
will bo helpless. I must give
these things up because, having
been weak once. I dare not face
the responsibility of weakness in
power. * * • It would be
easy. Every nerve in me aches to
do it. If you say the word, I will
give up these things for you
* • • And I will never re
proach you, never blame you.
* * •"
Mo paused questioningly. While
he was speaking, her eyes had not
left his. She wns very white.
IBy I nir.-.: I"rPM« l.rnnril Wire.)
LOS ANGELES, March 2~>. —
Bent on suicido in ;i dramatic form
an unidentified man climbed to
the roof of the 12-story building
.it Sixth and Hioadway yesterday
afternoon, drank a lx>i.tle of car
bolib acid, slashtMl his throat with
a razor and plunged headlong to
the sidewalk. His body was
taken to the morgue. Thousands
of persons saw him.
■ TONIGHT—Return Engagement, • the Famous" I
i German Comedian. . I
MAX DILL in "DREAM CITY" I
Tho Lively Musical Comedy I
->■ Prices— to $1.50. I
' """' ""■
Sunday and Monday I
Lew Fields Presents Big Musical Spectacle ;
, Lew Fields Presents the Big Musical Spectacle
in Two Big Acts and Eight Mammoth Scenes */*
Til I? 150 People on the Stage
i fl P| 30 Big Song Hits
Sf\ M C go in ch° rus
M j^l jj 3 Carloads of Scenery
GEO. W. MONROE
And All the Original Novel Scenic, Surprises
Exactly as Presented for 38 Weeks at
the Broadway Theater, N. Y. I
Prices—soc, 75c, $1.00, $1.50. I
I Sight Tuesday March 28th I
• Presents I
THE Sensational Musical Comedy Triumph I
■BBS— j Jjg
Direct from Its Two Year Run in New York
With Its Wonderful Cast of 100 People '■
H JHf3; L- - •
Prices—soc to $2.00. Seat Sale Monday.
THJfi LEGITIIUATB VAUDEVILLE HOUbB
Will STAHTING MONDAY AFTKItNOON, MARCH 87
Anthony Raimo and Company
"Jlnimio'a Dream Lady."
European Novelty Foot Jugglers.
De Ross .Duo
Superb Musical Selections. f
W. J. Kurtis and
Ills Trained Roosters.
Tho Pantages Orchestra Better Than Ever. Motion Picture*
EVENING PRICES 15c and 25c. Boxes 50c. Matinee 18c.
■ ■!■ I I I . II I HI —
ONE GREAT FEATURE BILL
Begins Monday Matinee
IS-xS^S' t# "• U*
gg^HjSaß^^^aa^ Come— Quick—Danger
Six Other Big Feature
BEST VAUDEVILLE it£>ft* Acts ;
b^?^" 15^5 ;: Majestic Orchestra^
MOVING PICTURE THEATERS : '
Arcade Theater I
I tli^'ra^k* B4" tf *■■ Cl k^^ ' M Tl ■"■^s3l' ■"^3^l^«jem H ''
I -. 1314 Pacific Avenue I
U Program changes Tuesday, Thursday, Sun- 1
I viay. Best service. Tiust Films. Oourteay ..j 1
shown everyone. \
Big 3 i>w lasting one hour.