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Ruby Crosses Her Fingers When
She Goes to Interview Hypnotist
(By Ruby Russell.)
Dr. Pauline, the famous hypno
tist, Is at the Pantages this week,
and with Inward fear and trem
bling lest his first look would Rend
me chasing imaginary butterflies
around the room or barking like a
dog, I knocked at his dressing
"Are ycu the hypnotist?" I ask
ed, as I crossed my fingers. He
didn't look bad at all; in fact, be
was quite nice looking as he stood
there smiling. But I didn't know
but that this might be one way he
bad of hypnotizing, so I kept my
fingers crossed to be on the safe
"Not exactly—l deal in catalep
"Oh, then you are what might
be called a—er —catalepticer?"
"Yes, or a male Eva Tanguay."
"I like catalepticer best. Can
you explain it?" I Inquired; "I
mean the cataleptics."
"No, I cannot. It is something
that has never been explained.
The power comes from mental
concentration —that is all that is
known. I control the muscles of
my subject only. I do not affect
their brains. They are perfectly
There is a charm In baking It
you use Pyramid Flour. It Is
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March 30, 31 and -
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| 411 S. 11th Street ;
Pearls of Wheat
|?f|- WHAT IS IT?
|". It is the most whole
«ome, nourishing and
healthful : breakfast food
- ">n the market. ,' .
Pearls of Wheat
Is made from the choicest
| grade of wheat—
by the latest improved
machinery in the most
; sanitary plant in the west
and packed in airtight
p^' Pearls of Wheat
is a home product, there
r fore always fresh. The
| price iis 15 cents for a' 2
t pound package.
-.. One Package Free
/ with each 25-cent cash
Tvant : ■■•:= ad inserted this
week in the Tacoma
_v. V 768 Commerce St. i :
3 -11 Vj .arty'
conscious of what they are doing
all the time."
"Is being a catalepticer hard
work?" I asked.
"Yes; more so than people
think, especially when I have a
great many subjects to handle at
once. It takes a great deal more
concentration then on my part to
keep their minds off of the audi
ence, and where I want them. Now
and then I get a subject whom I
cannot handle because he will not
keep his mind on me. Some are
more difficult to work with than
others because they do not know
how to concentrate, or are of the
aggressive, contrary type."
"But don't cataleptics affect the
brain of the person who has
them?" I inquired. "No, not In
the way you mean. If anything,
the effects are beneficial, because
it teaches them to concentrate."
JIM MANN MAY
REP. JAMES MANN.
WASHINGTON, March 28.—
James R. Mann, Chicago's spitfire
member of tho lower house, will
probably blossom out on April 4
as minority leader, when, for the
first time in years, that minority
will be republican.
Jim Mann is Just entering his
fifteenth year of service in tho
house, and during: the last of those
15 years he earned tho title of
"chief objector" by poking his
nose into every bill that came be
3:37 a. m 10.7 feet
9:20 a. m 5.3 feet
3:35 p. m 9.8 feet
9:23 p. m 4.8 feet
The Belle of Scotland came to
port yesterday to load lumber.
The Fortuna sails tonight for
Bering sea to catch codfish.
The Burnside i.s loading 100
miles of cable from the tank at
the Municipal dock.
The Admiral Sampson left for
Alaska yesterday with a capacity
The Columbia from Hawaii will
be here tomorrow.
The Andy Mahouy and Ethel
sailed with lumber for California
Watch pool game, Dawson vs.
Wilson, Donnelly Billiard Room,
Wednesday and Thursday nights.
Admission free. •••
TWO OP THE BEST
"Pearls of Wheat"
"Times Want Ads."
One package of Pearla of Wheat
free with every 25 cent cash want
ad inserted in the Tacoma Times
this week. •••
OUR LINE OF HAND
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are j represented : In ■ our , stock j and
the quality Is there.' .Traveling
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THE TACOMA TIMES
TACOMA, WASHINGTON, TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1911.
Oldest Elk 101
(By lulled Press Ixiascd Wire.)
SAN BERNARDINO, Cal., Mar.
28. —Charles Clusker, the oldest
Elk in the world, started today his
102 nd year In his home in San
Diego, but the members of his
lodge here, No. 836, celebrated his
birthday royally. Clucker wa«
initiated in 1903.
(By I nil. (I I'ivs-. Incased Wire.)
SACRAMENTO, Cal., March 28.
—It was nearly daylight this
morning before the assembly clocks
were set free to Ml the hour of
midnight, which hint lung since
passed, and the session uf the leg
islature finally closed, '.'.'esterday |
the doling day of the 3'Jth set
sion of the California general as
sembly was prolonged until the
milk wagons had peddled their
TAKE WHOLE AEROPLANE
IN PIECES AS SOUVENIRS
(By United Press leased Wire.) '
PARIS, March 28.—Aviator
Loridan is preparing today to pur
chase a new aeroplane following
the loss of a new machine which
was taken piecemeal by country
folks as souvenirs of liis visit.
Loridan alighted in the fields
several miles from Faris. He went
to a nearby fanr.house for food and
when he returned he found only
the motor and Bteel skeleton of his
Boers Give Up
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
HAMILTON, Bermuda, March
28.--Boer "irreconcilable^," who
ten years after (Treat Britain's vic
tory in South Africa, stil) declare
they will "starve and rot" before
they will take the oath of alleg
iance to King George, are at last
to be permitted to return to the
veldt. With the exception of two
or three mem, who have married
here, the colony of war prisoners
have accepted the British Govern
ment's offer of passage and ex
penses to Cape Town and will leave
for their old homes this week.
Draws 30 Days
"All ready there, you deaf amd
dumb man, get ready for court,"
said Jailor Murphy to William Gra
ham yesterday afternoon. Graham
laughed, said all right, admitted
to Judge Arntson he wae a vagrant
&nd drew a 30-day sentence. He
appeared at the Policy home as a
deaf and dumb mute, and later
became an unwelcome lodger for
a week, by the use of threats and
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
PASCO, March 2 B.—C. L. Wil
son, architect of Portland, has been
engaged to make plans for a city
hall at Pasco to cost $20,000.
OLYMPLV, March 28.—Approp
priations made by the general as
sembly for the next two years in
Washington total $10,405,955. For
the workmen's compensation law
$1,500,000 was appropriated with
$150,000 additional to put the law
OLYMPIA, March 88. — The
state railway commission yester
day granted the city of North Bend
the right to extend Main street
across the railway tracks of the
Miss Maud Lowell, the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Lowell
of American Lake, died yesterday
in one of the city hospitals. The
funeral will be held tomorrow
The funeral of Lester E. Coy
was held from Mellingers this
afternoon at 1 o'clock. .'
The funeral of Isaac Elkenberry
will be held this evening from
MelHnger'a, under the auspices of
the Knights of Pythias.
The funeral of* Mrs. Wuelca May
Thorson waa held : from Me.ling
ers this afternoon, and Interment
was In Tacoma cemetery.
The funeral of Mrs. Lettle June
Wlnton will be held tomorrow aft
ernoon : from 1 Melllngers. ■
,'. Grass shears at „•• Henry Mohr
Hardware Co., 1148 Pacific ay. '&*
"two OF tub best .
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I "Times Want Ads." • £
?- One package of Pearls of Wheat
free with every 25 cent cash want
ad -inserted In the Tacotna Time*
this week. •••
COLLEGE ON WHEELS PREACHES
BACK TO THE SOIL' IDEA IN GEORGIA
AGRICULTURAL, INSTUCTOR TALKING TO GEORGIA
FARMERS AND WOULD-BE FARMERS IN GEORGIA TOWN.
"COL.LEGE-ON-WHEELS" TRAIN, AT LEFT.
ATLANTA, Ga., March 28.—8y means of a "college on wheels,"
the farmers of Georgia are being educated in scientific and modern
ways of agriculture. The "college" is a train chartered by the state,
with professors of the state college of agriculture aboard.
The train Is making a tour of the state. It stops at practically
every town, and lectures are delivered on various phases of agricul
ture. Literature on scientific farming is distributed.
As many city men as farmers are in the crowds that meet the
train in every city.
ABOLITION OF WAR SEEMS
NEAREST IT HAS EVER BEEN
Copyright, 1011, by United Press.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Mar. 28.
—The abolition of war is not the
dream of theorists, but the practi
cal end of a practical plan, which,
according to President Taft today,
promises to mark one of the very
greatest steps in the history of the
world, through the medium of ar
bitration. The president has tak
en the lead in a great movement
of the nations looking toward the
realization of a hope which.
found its inception in the year of I
jOne A. D. Taft's ideas on arbi
tration are, briefly, as follows:
BOY TO QUIT STEEL
WILLIAM B. DIOKSON.
When Dlckson, the Bteel trust's
first vice president, quit bis job, he]
was the third of the so-called I
"Carnegie boys" to leave the
trust, Schwab and Corey being the
Dickson began as a working
man in the Homestead mills at
the age of sixteen. It was said
that he was the only friend of
labor among the steel corporation's)
officials. He has advocated the
abolishment of Sunday work and
a general betterment of labor con
ditions. But he has stood high
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Arbitration will surely come as
the means of settling international
disputes. Disarmament is inci
dental. It will follow as a mat
ter of course and has no part in
the present movement. The reali
zation of arbitration will make
armament useless, and when It Is
useless it will disappear. The way
to dispose of armament is to pro
vide some means of settling inter
national disputes without the use
of armament. When that Is ac
jcompllshGd it will be time enough
to think of armaments.
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Delights the laundress. Ten smiles
for a nickel. Always buy Hod
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Jilt Unusual Values In
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At.. Rf Hpiiilil much "distinction in dress," combined with such wearing qualities, at
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Thomas DeVine, a laborer, is in
police court this afternoon to an
swer a non-support charge pre
ferred by his wife. He has sev
eral children, the youngest of
which is 18 months old.
Ole Anderson was arrested by
the police yesterday for passing a
bogus $25 check on Harry
Peter Rossos and U. Bowdervo
gles, restaurant proprietors, will
appear before Judge Arntßon this
afternoon to answer a charge of
selling liquors without a license.
Richard Brown was arrested for
begging on C street last night.
John Ryan was arrested by the
police yesterday for selling ob
scene literature on Pacific avenue.
Tom O'Malley, who tried to
take $10 from another man in a
downtown saloon last week, and
started to use his fists when he
met with resistance, was fined
$100 and costs by Judge Arntson
in the police court yesterday.
TARGET IS LOST
(By Unitod Press Leased Wire.)
SAN DIKGO, Cal., March 28.—
Practically everything in the Pa
cific naval fleet, except the cruis
ers has been ordered out, it is an
nounced today, to hunt for the
derelict target lost by the collier
Glacier Friday while weathering a
storm on the way from San Fran
cisco to San Diego. The target
was lost about 35 miles off Point
Arguella. The nature of the winds
and currents there is such that
the target's location cannot be
guesesd within 100 miles.
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Plan Big Demonstration
Against N.Y. Fire Traps
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
NEW YORK, March 28. —The
labor unions of New York today
are planning a mighty demonstra
tion as a protest against fire-trap
conditions such as caused the loss
of 143 lives in the fire at the Tri
angle Shirtwaist company's plant.
All work will be suspended during
the funerals of the victims, and
on Thursday and Friday, when
the unidentified bodies will be
burled, labor will demonstrate in
Following the funeral of the un
known dead a great mass meeting
will be held at which it will be de
manded that the city's factories be
safeguarded to the greatest possl
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ble extent. To make their protest
definite, the unions today are ex
amining every factory in the city
and will make a detailed report ofx
every one in which the safety con
dltona are bad.
Funerals of many of the victims
were held here this morning.
The city officials are still con
ducting their investigations Into
the disaster. The coroner's Jury
has scores of witnesses ready t»
testify that some of the exits from
the Triangle factory wero locked
at the time of the fire.
It is believed the April Brand *
jury will Investigate the horror,
but little hope is entertained that
the responsibility for the disaster
will be laid at the door of anyone.
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