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COURT HOUSE SAFE BLOWN,
PROMINENT IN INVOLVED
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
DBS MOINES, la., April 3.—
Arrests of prominent men are pre
dicted here today through an al
. leged conspiracy to loot the vault
of the Polk county treasurer's of
fice, which was blown this morn
ing prior to a battle with the po- !
lice, which Roundsman McMlckte
Thief-Dog Gets .
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
PARIS, April 3.—lnnocent of
international wrongdoing, yet con
victed of aiding a thief, a thief
dog used by a woman shoplifter
has been condemned to death here
today, but popular .protest may
save his life. The woman trained
the dog to pull at her skirts when
police appeared, thus warning her
while engaged in stealing. The
dog and woman were covered by
detectives whom the dog could
not distinguish from uniformed
400 DEATHS A DAY
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
ST. PETERSBURG, April 3. —
Advices received from Pekln to
day stated that 400 deaths from
plague are occurring daily In the
Kin Klang district, which 1b only
thirty miles from Pekln. While
it Is reported the plague is prac
tically wiped out of Russia and
Japanese territory, it Is said to be
'•till raging ln the interior of
China, where 35,000 deaths have
occurred within the last few
BLOW UPJOST OFFICE
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
HEALDSBURO, Cai., April 3. —
Dynamiting the Healdsburg post
office early today, robbers obtain
ed $3,000 in money and stamps.
Alarmed by the explosion, Night
Watchman DeWitt came upon the
robbers Just as they were climb
ing into an automobile after the
Job was done. DeWitt opened
fire, which was returned by the
yeggs, who sent a few shots at
the watchman as they fled. De
.. Witt thinks he hit one of the
WOMAN'S DOGS ENTERED
SAN FRANCISCO, April 3.—
Mrs. C. E. Darling, pet of San
Francisco society, has entered a
team of 14 dogs in the all-Alaska
sweepstakes, a contest for dog
teams over a course 408 miles
long, from Bering sea to the Arc
tic ocean and return. Mrs. Darl
' 'Ing is the only woman member of
. the Nome club. Her dogs will be
driven by "Scotty" Allen, known
in Alaska as "King of the Trail."
Will Continue All This Week
We are offering bargains you'll never see again.
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cost. Whether you are building a $1,000 cottage or a
$10,000 home we can fit you up for about one-half the '; I
4. usual price.
. Come in early and get first choice from our elegant
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was shot in the face and A. L.
Rhodes, one of the robbers, was
Charging a conspiracy of county
officials with the dynamiters, the
police have arrested a deputy clerk
In the treasurer's office, and 20
other suspects are under surveil
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
REARDON, April 3. — Twice
married, twice divorced and a
financial failure, C. A. Scott, pro
prietor of the Hotel Reardon, fired
two revolver shots through his
breast Saturday and died.
UNIVERSITY OP WASHING
TON', April — "Tho Olympic," a
new magazine in opposition to the
"Washingtonian," and backed by a
faction in the English department,
is out. It comes Into the field to
make war on the "Washingtonian"
and' the school of journalism in
VANCOUVER, April 3.— A po
tato the size of a teacup exploded
In the oven of the range in the
homo of Perle M, Ely/ell, shatter
ing tho oven grate to fragments.
SEATTLE, April 3.N0 cop
who cannot run, hop-step and
Jump will be considered as eligible
for a place on the force by the new
civil service commission.
MOUNT VERNON, April 3.—-J.
W. Hall started a new mill last '
week on the Skagit river to turn '
out 4 0,000 feet of lumber a day.
It will be shipped over the Mil
HOQUIAM, April — Hoquiam
and Aberdeen commercial bodies
are moving for tho opening of a
state road from Lake Qulnault to
Hoquiam. A road into this val
ley will open up the whole South
CHEHALIS, April 3. —When
within 100 feet of a fire the fire
engine team fell down yesterday.
Bystanders grabbed and unhitched
the horses and pulled the machine
to the fire by hand.
CHEHALIS, April 3— Sheriff .
Urquhart has gone to Spokane to i
investigate 17 watches recovered i
from a thief there which are sup- :
posed to have been stolen from ;
Robert Fechtner & Sons, Jewelers ;
CENTRAI.IA, April 3. — May !
Dora Smith while swinging on a |
gate fell and was Impaled on the |
sharp pickets. When found she ,
was unconscious and her condition ,
is serious. ,
COLLIER GOES TO CALIFORNIA ,
Harry H. Collier hag been en- (
gaged by Petaluma, California, 'to i
Judge their show ln December. '
This is the first time that Mr.
Collier has been selected by a ,
California city to place the awards '
ln their poultry shows. I
THE TACOMA TIMES
TACOMA, WASHINGTON, MONDAY, APEIL 3, 1911.
IT'S SOMETHING FIERCE WHAT OUR BRAVE ARMY HAS TO GO THROUGH AT FORT SAM
Uncle Kitchel Pixley Rushes to the Front
(From Our Own War Correspond
SAN DIEGO, Cai., March 25. —
Promptly on recelvln' your Spe
cial Order No. 1, your uncle rushes
down here to report the war, and
hero I've been several days, neg
lecting hog killin' time at home,
and tryln' the locate the war. The
only war I've saw so far has been
when native San Diegans have
tried to squeeze up to the bar for
beer through nine rows . of the
30th Infantry, 49th cavalry, 16th
artillery and first division of the
Pacific fleet, and that's what Sher
man said war was all right.
Armed with your credentials
and a wad of clippings of my Mag
adore correspondence to your pa
per, I went out to Camp San Diego
first thing and demanded to see
the commandln' glneral. I tell
you, the scene was warful, all
right. There was the army spread
out in a thousand tents, playing
old sledge, while the balmy spring
sunshine waved the beautiful wild
flowers on the green hillsides be
hind the camp, and the meadow
larks was whistling joyous on
every bush. There was the fleet
out in the bay, with clouds pour
ing from every smokestack and big
guns pointing straight toward Ja
pan, and crowds of beautiful
dressed women cltmbin' aboard to
chat with the heroes of the mighty
Well, the commandln' glneral
didn't rush out to greet your war
correspondent, but the command-
In' private did. He puts the butt.
Smile on wash day. That's when
you use Red Cross Ball Blue.
Clothes whiter than snow. •**
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of a muskit agin me about where
my beard curls 'round the lowest
vest button, and what do you think
he sez to me?
"Hey you bin vaxslnated?" sez
WON'T POSE FOR NEGRO
GIRL MODEMS FIRED
(United Press Leased Wire.)
CHICAGO, April 3.There
is no color line in art. This
truth was forced home hero
today upon Mamie Blanha, a
model, who was barred from
the Chicago Art Institute be
cause she refused to pose in
the nude before a negro.
She was informed that she
must pose, no matter what
the student's color. Then she
MAKING HAY IN LAND OF SNOW AND ICE
MAKING HAY ON THE YUKON.
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All know the Indian hates
work, but it is also a well
known fact that the missionaries
have been moderately successful
in persuading the red man that
there is dignity and usefulness In
labor. •' - 4:-y,->
The accompanying photograph
■hows two Alaskan Indian youths
■who have turned farmers. under
"No," sez I, "and I haven't any
appendix, nor no ulcerated teeth,
nor no boils, and I haven't hed
croup In 47 years, and, anyhow,
it's none of your dam business If
I ain't full of cow-serum. I'm a
Hard to Get Stenog
for Negro Attorney
(By United Press Incased Wire.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 3.
—After a long search the depart
ment of justice has at last found
a white stenographer willing to
work for William K. Lewis, the
new assistant attorney general.
For several weeks the department
canvassed in vain. Finally Harry
Jones, employed in the file room,
offered to accept the job If the
government would Increase his
salary. The proposition was ac
the guidance of the priests of the
Greek church at Holy Cross, on
the ■ Yukon \ river, Alaska. The
cow that has been pressed into
service takes just as kindly to the
work as do the aborigines.
Pyramid Flour, the Great
Breadmaker, is a universal family
flour. It , will solve the bread
question for you, .^ .:. .-•••,
30 CENTS A MONTH.
'special war correspondent. How's
I This fellow's name Is Smith. I
.took pains to learn It, afterwards,
j because I'm goln' to git him over
to San Diego some night and chal
lenge him to a straight whisky <
drinking duel to the death.
Confidential, I tell you there <
ain't no war here. A big lot of '
regulars are gittin' new peas,
fresh strawberries, new potatoes '
and pineapples regular in March '
who usually don't git such things
before dog days, but there ain't '
no war hereabouts, just manoo- |
verm', meanderln' and soldlerin' >
In glneral, sort o' plcknlc like. '
Oh, yes, I got your 11:49 p. m. '
telegram the other night, askln' if
50,000 Japs bed landed on the '
Lower California coast, and was '
making a independent republic :
with the aide of Joe Pels and other ,
socialists, and I hunted the mat- i
ter up. Say, there ain't no such J
thing, unless* Japs and socialists ,
can live on hardpan and salt wa- >
ter. There ain't nuthln' else on J
all that coast from Tla Juana (spo- ,
ken Wanna") to where '
the Lord suddenly broke off mak
ing Lower California as a tire
Just got a wireless from your
other special correspondent over at
San Antone, Tex. He Bays the
army over there is on the gui
vlve. Same here. I never saw
a gui viver army than this one
here that's just bin vaxslnated.
Yours at the Front,
Chicago Election Of
(By United Press leased Wire.)
CHICAGO, April 3. —Although
the betting favors Carter H. Harri- .
son, the democratic candidate for
mayor, republicans here today are
confident that President Taft's en
dorsement will aid to elect Prof.
Charles L. Merrlam, republican,
mayor of Chicago when the ballot
ing tomorrow is over.
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Do Ghosts Haunt Swamps?
No, Never. It's foolish to fear a
fancied evil, when there are real
and deadly perils to guard against
inswamps and marshes, bayous
and lowlands. These are the ma
laria germs that cause ague, chills
and fever, weakness, aches in the
bones and muscles and may in
duce deadly typhoid. But Elec
tric Bitters destroys and casts out
these vicious germs from the
blood. "Three bottles drove all the
malaria from my system," wrote
Wm. Fretwell, of Lucama, N. C,
"and I've had fine health ever ,
since." Use this safe, . ure remedy
only 50c at Ryner Malstrom
Drug Co., 938 Pacific aye.
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| N. W. Gro.
- The following prices may
remind you that you are pay
ing too much. a
Hams, mild sweet, per lb. 10c
i : Shoulder, from 5 to 10 lbs.,
; each 14c
; Breakfast Bacon, sugar
|j ' cured and lean 21c
English Bacon, good but
: thick 19c
]! New Oregon cheese, milk.lsc .
; Pure lard, 5 lbs. 65c; 10
; lbs. 91.25, 20 lbs .'.. $2.40
Local ranch eggs, per dozen
Creamery butter, bulk 25c '
: and ..;........... . .27}. c
Others ask 30c and 86c I
i for same quality.
!.,;: Pay cash, buy right and
i save money.
Northwest Grocery Co. . .?
;., 1302-4 Commerce st. -? J
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If Times Is not delivered promptly, kick,
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entitled to best service in tbe city. . Demand <
it of the circulation office. • ■. j
Army of Servants
Follow This Boy
(By, United Press Leased Wire.)
NEW YORK, April 3. —Insured
'i\- Lloyds against kidnaping, John
H. Nicholas Brown of New York
md Providence, R. 1., the richest
boy in the world, sailed for Eu
Young Brown is accompanied by
his mother and a whole retinue
if servants, among them two de
tectives whose duty it is to guard
him constantly from kidnapers.
Superior Judge M. L. Clifford
has returned from a three weeks'
visit in Spokane.
When Your Prescription Calls for Digitalis How
Does Your Druggist Fill It?
You know that Digitalis is a
heart stimulant. It is administer
ed in minute doses and in the
hands of the ignorant it is dan
gerous as dynamite.
Infusion Digitalis should be
made fresh from Physiologically
I tested leaves. Boiling water is
poured over them and they stand
for one hour. By no other means
can Infusian Digitalis of approved
strength bo prepared.
| When you take a heart remedy
it must be exactly right. And yet
there are druggists who use Fluid
Extract Digitalis, the strength of
which they know nothing about
as it deteriorates with age.
There are other druggists who
use second quality leaves or leaves
that have been In stock so long
that they have lost their strength.
And then there Is the lazy phar
macists who doesn't want to take
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We now have a full line of CAMERAS and
KODAK supplies. Our KODAK FINISHING
department, under the management of
"r AVERY & POTTER
is the largest in the city, and everybody knows
that their name is a guarantee of the best work
—and you get it quick
1 Out Rate Druggists. Cor. 9th and C st.
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(By United Press Leased Wire.)'
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 3.
—The supreme court of the
United States, .which has been ln
recess since March 20, resumed
its sessions today, and there ls a
possibility that a decision may be
handed down this week in the Im
portant anti-trust prosecutions of
the Standard Oil company and the
American Tobacco company, and
the contempt case against Presi
dent Gompers and other officials
of the American Federation of
the troublbe of preparing Infusion
Digitalis, because it is so much
easier to pour a few drops out of
Bad business isn't It.
For the patient's life depends on
the purity and strength of the dig
italis which the physician pre
Don't ever let an unskilled phar
macist fHI any prescriptions for
you. Don't have prescriptl6ns
filled in drug stores that are not
fully equipped and stocked with
the best of everything.
Bring your prescription to B.
A. Friend Co. No matter what
drugs are required, we guarantee
Your family physician is our
best reference, ask him.
E. A. FRIEND CO.,
_ 11th and Commerce