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Tuesday, April 4,1911
japs Join In
- Cheering for
Col. Roosevelt
'(By United Press Leased Wire.)
-'-. SACRAMENTO, April 4.—
Theodore Roosevelt was greeted
at the local depot today by Gov
. ernor Johnson upon his arrival
from Reno. Aside from a large
crowd of speculators, none of the
• citizens committee of fifty was on
hand at 8 o'clock when the train
arrived.
t After breakfasting at the Gu
- hernatorial mansion with John
eon, the colonel was escorted to
the state capltol where he ad
dressed a large open air meeting.
Prominent in the crowd were
many hundreds of Japanese from
this part of the state.
Men, women and children of
Nippon Joined in the cheering for
the former president.'
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I For Sale, Real Estate I
9 — 9
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FARM WASTED
Will exchange one of the best
paying hotels for a nice improved
ranch, with some stock; not exceed
ing $3500. Address Box M, care of
Times.
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FOR SALE
I
A new 6-room bungalow, up-/
date .plumbing, electric light. C. -
owner. 6118 So. 9th st.
i i ■
ANOTHER Mi uirii l{ sill;
3hi lots'. 5-room house, water In
and electric lights, sewer paid, car 3
blocks, 20 mln. to center, only $1150.
part cash and must be sold right
away, bo ilont delay.
1)11 i.ill) DAVIDSON CO.
603 California Bldg., M. 7561
■ »
Small bungalow for sale cheap; 2
good lots, $1000. 3629 No. Huson
at.. A 3645.
FOB .SALE BY OWNER New, mod
em 5-room bungalow, on corner
of 4 lots, all In fruit and garden.
-Will consider 2 lots as part pay.
Phone It 1256.
FOR SALE BY OWNERTwo ~
room modern houses. also largo
store room, wood shed, barn, fruit
trees; located on corner of So. llth
and Cedar st. Prices $2700 and $2100
each. Easy terms. See Mr. Carlson,
at Bamsoa hotel, 13th and E st. M.
7700.
Do You Want to Sell .
Tour KRAI. ESTATE or IIUSINESSf
If so, see us at once. We guaran
tee to dispose of your property for
cash within 30 DAYS.. Reference.
P. M. Ruthfield
408 Provident Bldg. Main 8303
FOR SALE7-room house, close
In, newly furnished; rent $200; nice
home for widow. Very reasonable
terms. A -855.
a
FOR SALE
A new Clroom bungalow, up
to-date plumbing, electric light.
Bee owner, 6118 So. G st.
» ———————
McKINLEY HILL
New si-room plastered house,
modern plumbing, one block from
street car. No expense has been
spared in building. Will take lots
as first payment.
ALSO DANDY
Little 4-room house, 2 nice lots,
above grade; graded street, ce
ment walk; only $1,100; $200
cash; balance easy terms.
CAMP & 1.11 :i:<;i\
200 Dank of Commerce Bldg.
If I Had Eczema
I'd wash it away with that mild,
soothing liquid, D, D. 1). Trial bot
tle, 25c. Relieves all kinds of skin
trouble, cleansing away the Impuri
ties and clearing up the complexion
as nothing else can.
Yes. If I had any kind of skin
trouble I'll USE D. I). D.
French Drug Co., Owl Drug Co.
Siinalny nnd Monthly. April 9-10
Henry at. Savage Offers the Supreme
Success of Successes
"The Merry Widow"
By Franz Lobar, with Mabel Wllber
and Charles Men kins and the Orig
inal New York Cast.
Special Savage Grand Opera Or
chestra.
Prices —50c to $2.00.
Seat Sale Saturday.
DOUBLE FEATURE HILL
VILMOS WESTONY
Great \Vagnpi._u Pianist
FOY AND CLARK
The Hit That Caught Broadway.
A- Five Other Rig Acta.
PANTAGES THEATER
"UNEQUALED VAUDEVILLE"
"TEXAS WOOING"
MIDDLETON-SPELLMYER CO.
And Other Features of Advanced
Vaudeville
Evening Prices, »sc, 25c; Box
Chairs, 60c; Matinee, 15c.
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?^ Clin I 4444 -■-:■■■' DRAMA I «
__»rIJ__LL _-v "Her Adopted Father" I J
THEATER "Sir Percy and the Punchers" I !
1324 Pacific " " Western Cowboys" 11
. "Western Cowboys" j
I VOTING PLAGES
aa_———_______
First Ward.
First precinct—32ol North $olh
street.
Second — Precinct house. North
25th and Warner streets.
—North 12th between Oakes
and Anderson streets.
Fourth—Precinct house, rear 918
North M street.
Fifth—Engine house, North 13th
and J streets.
Sixthlloo North E street. I
Seventh—2223 North 30th street. ,
Eighth—North 13th and Alder,
streets.
Second Word.
First precinct—sol North E
street.
Second Engine liouse, St. Helens
avenue.
Third—Engino house at 9th and A
streets. i
Fourth— South D street.
Fifth—Ytiill'B drug store, 2nd
street and St. Helens avenue. i
.Sixth—Old High school building.
Seventh3o9% South J street.
Eighth—6th avenue, alley between
L and M streets.
Ninth—Rear of 719 Grant avenue.
Tenth— apartments, "Divi
sion avenue and M street.
Eleventhßl3 Division avenue.
_ Third Ward.
First precinct—St. Paul boarding
house.
Second The Tacoma hotel.
Third—s2l South Bth street.
Fourth—lls4 South E street.
Fifth—l 327 South D street.
.Sixth—lss4 South I) street.
Seventhl7o4 South E street.
Eighth—l7ol Soutli Yakima ave
nue.
Ninth—9o4 South 15th street.
Tenth—l4ll South Yakima ave
nue.
Eleventh—Engine house, 13th and
I streets.
Twelfth—lo22 Tacoma avenue.
Thirteenth—loo 4 South EC street.
Fourteenthlsol South M street.
fifteenth—l33l Commerce .street.
Sixteenth—llls C street.
Fourth Ward.
First precinct—l2os Puyallup ave
nue.
Second—22l% East 26th street.
Third—2o23 Pacific avenue.
Fourth—Milwaukee hall, 23rd and
I Jefferson.
Fifth— Pacific avenue.
ACCUSED CAMORRIST
CHEERED ON STAND
(By TTnhetl Press Leased Wire.)
V ITER 80, April 4. — Gennaro
de Marinis, who is accused of hav
ing devised the Camorrist plot to
murder Genarro Cuoccolo and tail
wife, was the principal witness to
day at the Camorrist trial in prog
ress here. Questioned by Judge
Bianchi of the court, de Marinis'
answers were ready and plausible
and his story of his connection
I with the Camorra was wildly ap-
I
FLYER WANTS TO USE DOCK
BUT DOESN'T LIKE TERMS
The city is still dickering with
the Flyer people for the use of
the city dock. The Flyer fought
the dock and refused to come In
when other boats were signing up
and now it finds it necessary and
wants to come in on its own
terms.
The city demands that it change
its schedule to benefit the travel
ing public so it will leave at 8
JEFFRIES FOLLOWING
JOHNSON'S TRUCKS
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
LOS ANGELES, April 4.Al
though Jack Johnson bested :
James J. Jeffries in the prize ring
the black champion's prestige as j
a speed law deinolisher is threat-1
ened by Jeffries. After several
months absence from the police
court, Jeffries was gathered in
yesterday for speeding. 'Several
previous convictions were recalled.
Justice of the Peace Melrose re
ferred to Johnson's fate and
handed out a fine of $25.
Raps Fitzgerald
(By United Press Leased Wire.) '
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 4.
— Bitterly assailing Representa
tive John F. Fitzgerald (demo
crat, New York) as "the represen
tative ln congress of the predatory '
Interests" and denouncing his re
ported selection as chairman of
the powerful committee on appro
priations, a letter from the Amer
ican Anti-Trust league has been
received by every democrat in the
house.
Pool and Cigars. fA. J. Innis. *
lifter April o>*> 4jM^SW
Wn win / y\ ,«;*4 ftn-ikW
be locale. \a. : ' „:<■•, ,;\W
ncroa-the f-i' ; :■>,-. '"■; .
afreet at V Ay'yi___^_m__
■sun.
I'aelftcav, . __m ___,
over the ■f*aß^V*r*l__B_rili
i in ii.- jsa h_
Imiront.
Dr. . Macy, Specialist. -6-7-8,
1146% Pacific aye.. near 13th St.;
1143>. Commerce St., over McCor
mack: Bros.' store.
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Sixth Precinct house, 35th and
Pacific.
Seventh—7l4 East Morton street.
Eighth—Bye's hall, Portland ave
nue and 32nd street.
Ninth—Engine house, 38th street
and McKinley avenue.
Tenth3Bls Pacific avenue.
Eleventh—South 56th street and
Park avenue.
Twelfth 6.34 McKinley avenue.
Fifth Ward.
First precinct Church at South
21st and I streets.
Second—23ol South X street.
Third—l9s4 South M street.
Fourth—lßl3 Center street.
Fifthllo6 Center street.
Sixth—27l4 Yakima avenue.
Seventh—Pallies' hall, South 38th
and Yakima.
Eighth—Engine liouse at South
43rd and L streets.
Ninth —Precinct house at South
56th and L streets.
Tenth—l7o4 South 56th street.
Eleventh—Wilkin's store. South
38th and Sheridan.
—"Woodman's hall, South
64th street.
Thirteenth Odd Fellows' hall In
Fern Hill.
Fourteenth South 64th and Yak
ima.
Sixth Ward.
First precinct South 34th and
Proctor streets.
Second —MIT South Oaken street.
Third—Engine house at South
52nd and l'uget Sound.
Fourth—South Tacoma hall at
06th and Birmingham streets.
Fifth —6401 Puget Sound avenue.
Sixth—s432 Union avenue.
Seventh Ward.
First precinct—23l7 Oth avenue.
Second—39o2 South 12th street.
Third—lool South 12th street.
Fourth—6th avenue and Junett
street.
Fifth—26o2 6th avenue.
Sixth—ldlO'i South Ferry street.
Seventh— South Fife street.
Eighth—29ol South 12th street.
I a-I, all Ward.
First precinct—Engine house,
North Cheyenne street.
Second—North 26th and Proctor
streets.
Third—North 34th and Proctor
streets,
Fourth North 45th and Pearl
streets.
iplauded by the .10 alleged con
spirators who occupied the pris
oners' cage, their uproar several
times making it necessary for the
gendarmes to interfere.
Do Marinis is specifically
charged with having stabbed Cu
occolo to death in the Torre del
Greco and then leading his fel
low murderers to Signora Cuocco
lo's apartment, where she was put
to death as her husband had been.
in the morning instead of 8:35.
This would give the city a boat
to Seattle at 7, 8, and 9 o'clock
in the morning.
The Flyer entered the channel
and made the turn this morning
to see if she could do it all right.
She went around without a slip.
The city council this morning
ordered Commissioner Woods to
have the Fifteenth street dock
buildings painted. ■
FEELING INTENSE AT
MURDER TRIAL
WEAVERVILLE, Cai., April 4.
—To attend the preliminary ex
amination of Thomas P. Hayden,
a cattleman accused of having
murdered Chris Norgard on the
range in December, more than 50
mounted cowboys and cattlemen
have arrived here from Round
valley. Feeling Is intense and
when the hearing started today
the Interested spectators were dis
armed before entering the court
room. Since his arrest, Hayden
has been permitted the freedom
of Weaverville, but with the com
ing of Norgard's friends, he was
locked up.
SCANDAL FOR CZAR
OF RUSSIA NOW
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
LONDON, April 4.—Czar Nich
olas of Russia, according to the
Penny Illustrated paper, is in
volved in a morganatic marriage
scandal of far more unsavory de
tails than the recent story of
King George's morganatic alli
ance.
In an article in the Penny pub
lication. "P. I. P." says Nicholas:
married Mathilda Kishislnskaya, a!
Russian dancer, ten weeks before
he was formally married to Prin
cess Alexandra, the present czar
ina. -j
The paper asserts that Princess
Alexandra knew of Nicholas' mor
ganatic marriage at the time of
her wedding, but disregarded the
former union for political rea
sons.
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Wreck Reported
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
MONTREAL, April 4.Despite
denials from officials of the Ca
nadian Pacific railroad here today.
it is reported through other
sources that a serious wreck has
occurred at Sbrelber, Ont., and
that several persona have been
killed. ._ .
Smile on wash day. That's when
you use Red Cross Ball Blue.
Clothes whiter than snow. ***
-- THE TACOMA TIMES

Only Fire Escape New York
Sweatshop Fire Was a Fire Trap
——__—_————»
This photograph shows the only fire escape on the 10-story
Ascli building in New York, where 144 persons perished in a sweat
shop fire in the three upper stories. The Iron shutters on the win
dows which led to the small, flimsy fire escape opened outward so
that a girl on the fire escape landing could not reach the fire escape
without closing the door behind her. Many girls fell from this fire|
escape and were killed on the pavement eight stories below.
The picture also shows how the steps leading between the eighth
and ninth stories collapsed with the weight of a few girls. Students
of the New York university, who stood during the progress of the
fire at the very window from which this photograph was taken, de
clare that none of the girls reached safety from the fire escape,
which was only a cheap, flimsy contraption, installed to comply
technically with the law.
1 AT THE POLLING PLACES
• "There's my vote," said an old man as with fingers •
• that trembled he placed his vote in the ballot box, "I hope 0
9 the right man gets in." a
9 "The right man." I ventured as I kept in step with •
• him. 9
9 He nodded. "I've lived here nigh on to 25 years an' •
6 1 say Fawcett's been a tip top mayor. He's for the com- •
• mon people, Fawcett is, an' that's 95 per cent of us. Some •
• folks is agin' him causa tney say he cusses some." And •
• the old man chuckled. 9
9 "Well all I've got to say Is we might get a mayor •
• who'd do worse than cuss." *
• •••••••••••••«
At 9:30 a man went to Clark's
drug store on Division avenue to
vote. He found the place so full
of women, who were holding an
"informal reception" as he termed
It, that he could not get in for 15
minutes. The balloting was brisk
at this poll and 31 had voted at
9:30.
Outside the door at the polls
was a little fellow watching the
SNOW IN WALLA
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
WALLA WALLA, April A.—
Two inches of snow fell in Walla
Walla today. It began early in
the morning and continued until
almost noon. Unless it turns cold
er, fruit will not be damaged. The
rain and snow during the past
two days has been of great benefit
to wheat crops.
Go Into Camp
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
SAN DIEGO, April 4.—The
provisional brigade of regulars
under General Bliss went into
camp for maneuvers at Gross
mont, 12 miles from San Diego
today, marching from their camp
at Point Loma, which they have I
Turn Church Roof Into Fort Against Insurrectos
••••••••••••••
voters as they came and went.
"Voted yet, sonny?" asked a
'man.
"No, course not; I ain't big
enough. Wlsht I was."
"Who would you vote for?"
"Me? I'd vote for Fawcett,
Dad did."
"Maybe Dad didn't vote right,"
I ventured.
"Aw, course he did. Dad
knows.
occupied since they were assem
bled here as a result of orders
from Washington a month ago.
General Bliss declined to say how
long the men will be at Gross
mont, but It is expected that it
will be several weeks.
.[CM WINS
(Hy United Press Leased Wire.)
FLINT, Mich., April 4. —Com-
plete returns today give John A.
C. Minton, clgarmaker, and so
cialist, a plurality of 852 In yes
terday's election for mayor. Mln
ton's majority is larger than the
highest vote ever polled in this
city before by socialists .
A count of the ballots today
showed that Minton had polled
more than 7,000 votes. The so
cialists also elected three alder
men, three supervisors and two
school trustees, one of tho latter
being Minton's wife.
THE FAMOUS 300-YEAR-OLD CHURCH OP OUR LADY OP
GUADALUPE AT JUREZ, ACROSS THE RIVER PROM EL PASO,
SHOWING SOLDERS ON THB ROOF ON THE OUTLOOK FOR A
RAID FROM MEXICAN REVOLUTIONISTS.
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TO PLANT MINES IN
MOUTH OF COLUMBIA
FORT STEVENS, Ore., April 4.
—Acting on orders from the war
department, submarine mines con
taining powerful explosives are to
be placed at the mouth of the Co
lumbia river. The work will be
begun April 80, when the mine
planter Ringgold is expected to
arrive. ! !
The approaches to Portland
harbor will also be mined.
A network of these protectors
Hanfords Ruling-
Just What It Means
(By "United Press loused Wire.)
SEATTLE, April 4.—Alaska
experts today argue that follow
ing United States District Judge
Hanford's decision yesterday In;
the Alaska coal case sweeps away
all limitations on the entry or
manner of entry of coal claims of
Alaska, except as expressly pro-
BLACKMAILER
IS CAUGHT
(Hy United Press Leased Wire.)
DENVER, April 4.—Charged
with having threatened to dyna
mite the Moffat bank here unless
he were paid $3,000, P. Eckhart,
a violinist, is in the hands of the
police here today. Eckhart de
nies that he is the author of let
ters received by the late banker,
■ David H. Moffat, the first of which
came a month ago. Three letters
,in all were received. When the
last one came, the police laid a
, trap for the writer, and Eckhart
was captured last night when he
stepped out of a theater crowd to
receive from a messenger boy a
package supposed to contain the
blackmail money,
PRINTERS DEMAND
50 DENT RAISE
aam . -— —
(Hy United Press Leased Wire.)
SAN JOSE, Cai., April 4.—De
manding a straight raise of 50
cents a day, union printers here
announced today that they would
strike at noon Wednesday unless
their demands were granted by
that time. Four newspapers and
30 printing establishments will
be affected. The publishers have
announced their determination to
resist the demands.
liILLiN DECIDES
10 SERVE TERM
(Ry United Press Leased Wire.)
SEATTLE, April —C. D.
Hillman, millionaire real estate
man, has decided to serve out his
twenty day sentence at the county
jail for tampering with the Jury
after his attorneys had labored
all day in a futile effort to raise a
ball bond amounting to $215,500.
During his incarceration the
$215,000 hail in tho fraud case
will be raised, if possible, and an
appeal taken to the United States
circuit court of appeals.
Hill boasted yesterday that he
did $12,000 worth of business in
jail during the day.
George Llebler, a saloonkeeper,
and W. C. Clayton, a railroad
man, were arrested by police offi
cers last evening for creating a
disturbance in a Chinese restau
rant.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Slew-art an
nounce the marriage of their
daughter Miss Daisy, to Colin 11.
Johnstone, Friday, April 7th., at
their home, 402 South M street.
will he placed and as soon as
1 the work ls finished the coast
defense forces, stationed at Fort
Stevens have been ordered to tie
come .familiar with their use and
at least three of the mines will
be exploded to last the completed
work.
These mines will be laid In such
a manner so as to be within a
distance of not exceeding 100 feet
I from its nearest neighbor.
hibited in the law of 1904.
By the decision there is noth
ing to prevent large corporations
from acquiring all the coal lands
' in Alaska. The theory that the
locator must locate for his own
use is swept aside.
In allowing plural entries the
! decision practically admits that
• dummies may be used legally.
Roosevelt
Soon Here
Theodore lioosevelt will reach
Tacoma Thursday morning, and a
half-holiday will be in order. Fol
lowing breakfast at the Taconia
hotel, the ex-president after a
: ride about the city will address
a great concourse of people in the
Stadium. For several days the
, school children have been drilling
under direction of Professor Mil
; ler, who will have charge of the
i musical program.
Indications are that the Stadi
.um will bo taxed almost to its
i capacity, not only with citizens of
i Tacoma, but many from the coun
ty as well. Roosevelt, despite
< criticism accorded him. is one of
the most sterling characters in
the country, and his words are as
widely heralded as when he was
president of the United States.
Socialists Fear
Women Voters
i (By United Press Leased Wire.)
; MILWAUKEE, April 4. — Al
, though socialists advocate woman
I suffrage they are not likely to
I benefit from the actual partlclpa-
I tion of women in today's election
, in Milwaukee.
At last month's primaries the
women voters took advantage of
their first chance at the ballot to
i give Milwaukee socialists the first
I jolt they have received since the
I city became a socialist town.
In today's election only two of
the five socialist candidates have
places on the ticket, the others
having been eliminated by the
feminine voters at th primary.
Jump From Train—Rob
Woman—Jump Back On
. (By United Press Leased Wire.)
LOS ANGELES, April 4.—Po
lice today sought three negro ban
dits who last night jumped from
the front end of a freight train
' in the Southern Pacific yards here,
1 held up Mrs. M. Moniura, secured
$50 and reboarded the train near
' the caboose. Two blocks further
on the trio robbed F. K. Imai of
1 $15 in the same way. They es-
Hilles Now Secretary
I To President Taft
(By United Press Loused Wire.)
1 CHICAGO, April 4.— Charles D.
' Hilles, formerly assistant secre
tary of the treasury, made bis of
ficial bow at the White House to
' day as secretary to President Taft.
'He succeeds Charles D. Norton,
who tomorrow will become vice
president of the First National
bank of New York city.
SOCIALISTS AGAINST
PROHIBITIONISTS
(BT United Press Leased Wire.)
WICHITA, Kan., April 4.—Tor
rents of rain are falling here to
day on a contest for the mayoralty
between, socialism and prohibition.
A. L. Blaze is the socialist candi
date and J. D. Graham 1b leading
the "drys". .
SHOT FROM AMBUSH
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 4.
—Shot from ambush on a ranch
near Tuxpan, George Crltchfleld,
a New Jersey politician, la dying
today, according to word received
by the state department from Con
sul Miller at Tamplco, Mex.
< Crltchfleld was recently a can
didate tor election to congress
i from New Jersey on the republi
can ticket. r 'y-.yty
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Want a good garden or lawn?
Get Tacoma Imp. & . Seed Co.
seed. ***
PAGE SEVEN
Light Vote
Downtown
'..or -*a 4
\ A light Tote—lighter even than
cast at the anti-treating election
, for a similar period, was cast up
. to noon today la the downtown
' precincts. The per cent of women
, voters was also smaller than that'
I of the recent election for a simi
lar period.
Pipes and Tobacco. A. J. Innls.*
OUR LINE OF
SPRING
SUITINGS
j for men is the best in
tlie city and the low
i est in price.
Let us show you.
; Eleventh Street
Tailoring Co.
411 S. llth Street
NOTICE
SPECIAL
Over a hundred thousand people
In this country are tumble to read
i a letter —they are blind* How
i about your eyes?
CASWELL OPTICAL CO.
i 734 St. Helena, Masonic Temple.
i^~*_jr^- \r^ *£XT %4>
toown!
j^%;h I Tacoma e*j
|*|§|j Furniture || \
; |||| & Outfit- 1
—■ iii ni.. i .-■mi.— ■ ■_. _■_ .-._._■■- i . . m
FREE!
Painless txtractton of the teeth
when plate or bridge work are
ordered.
All work guaranteed 12 years
and yon "Pay as You Can."
Chicago Dentists
Open K-f-l_e«.
112411 Paciflo ay*. Opp. 12th.
Phono Main 2*lß, A. 1484.
Sundays, » a. m. to II ra.
A WORLD OF VALUE
can be seen by a glance at the
beautiful things offered tor
sale at this
JEWELRY STORE.
There is no investment safer
nor surer than .: ~;'y
DIAMONDS AND GEMS.
Look In and see what we have to
offer ln the line of bargains.
Buy
A SCARF PIN FOR YOU
OR CHATELAINE HAG
FOR WIFE. „ "^^S^^gSS^m
aa Wa a Kit*' _r% " .'if
Frank C. Hart
The Tiffany Jeweler
\y 950 Pacific Aye.

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