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r HOME EDITION
W m. li the announcement in tlie
Times today of the prize winners
in the amateur photograph cou
k test. They are on page four.
VOL. IX. NO. 194.
FOUR MASKED MEN DYNAMITE BANK;
" SKEETER "
DR. JANES, HKALTH OFFICER,
GIVKH TIMES RKAJ>ERB A
FEW GOOD HUNCHES ON
HOW TO PUT THE TEST TO
FOB THE MOSQUITO PEST
Rmpty the rain barrel and
drain the ponds, or cover
If lie bites you bathe the ]
bite »iil: soda dissolved in j
Health Officer. |
The iii«>M|iii(i) has found Ta
' He is lurking in grass looking
Slap! • .
• ' Did you get him? Never inimi.
lie will be back and lie will bring
his sisters, his brothers, his
uncles, his cusines and his aunt.
The mosquito never was bo
, much in evidence in Tacoma. It's
the damp season. He thrives on
moisture. Whenever there are
"wigglers in the worter" there
will be mosquitoes in' the air.
Every rain barrel and pond Is a
big producer.- If these are not
handy he is content to be born in
the grass if it is a little damp,
I Dr. Janes, city health officer,
says to mitigate the pest decrease
" the moisture. Stop sprinkling.
Then pour gerosene on all rain
barrels and pools, or better still
drain them and if J. Pluvlu's can
be prevailed on to let up with hi
sprinkling can some progress will
But if the mosquito does bite
you, don't scratch.
That may lead to blood poison.
;.s "All itching from mosquito
•bites or stings of bees or from
vegetable poison is caused by
poison, which Is an acid," said
• Dr. Janes today. •
"To neutralize it use an alkali.
The most effective one that Is
present In every household ■is
common soda. Dissolve *It in
■ water and bathe the bite.
"It is as good as anything you
IT WILL BE A
BILLION $ PARTY
(Hy United Press Leased Wire.)
PRIDES CROSSING, Mass.,
Aug. 3. —Henry C. Frick, million
aire steel magnate, is to startle
North Shore society with a "bil
lion dollar lawn party,' at bis
Prides Crossing estate, on the
night of August 16. Excepting
President Taft every man pres
ent will be a millionaire.
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
LISBON, Au«. 3.—Suspected
of complicity in a royalist plot,
Wise Orrain, oorreßpondent here
for the London Dally Mail, was
arrested today by government
FEEBLE MINDED IN
IN SNOWBALL FIGHT
(By United Press Leaded Wire.)
LAPER, Mich., Aug. 3.—Dur
ing a storm here today half an
Inch of snow fell, and inmates of
the home for the feeble-minded
indulged in a snowball fight.
We have plenty of it to
loan at lowest rates on Im
proved properties. No delay
In closing. Low expenses.
Calvin Philips & Co.
California Bldg. Main 82.
The Tacoma Times is the only paper in Tacoma that offers its readers cartoons by Cory. Cory is one of the kfest in the country.. Get the Times and you'll get Gory.
Your First Shave and How Hard It Was to Tell the Barber Whnt You Wanted.
WILSON NOT 10
(lty United Press Leased Wire.)
SEAGIRT, N. J., Aug. 3.—That
Woodrow Wilson, the democratic
nominee for the presidency, would
not stump the country generally
was announced here today by
Wilson. He said:
"I am definitely determined
not to stump the country gener
ally during the coming campaign.
1 anticipate making a Tew
speeches at points where the cam
paign committee desires and as-*
biime that the campaign will ue
ging about September 1."
When asked if he will "make
such speeches as the committee
decides are best," Wilson smiled
"Yes, if I agree with "em."
"Will you make any speeches
on the Pacific coast?" ne was
"That would almost necessarily
Involve a stumping totir," said
Wilson, "which I positively refuse
to make. I can't say about tne
specific states where I will apeak."
There were 140 building per
mits issued by the building In
spector in Tacoma during July for
structures to cost $144,194. This
is not quite up to last year, when
there were 211 permits valued at
For the beat two kodak or
camera pictures of vacation
pleasures submitted each
Week the Tacoma Times will j
give a box at either the Em- -
press or Pantages theater.
For the best series of pic
tares submitted up to Sep
tember 15, an "Kant man
Hawk-eye four-by-five fold-
Ing camera will be awarded
by the Shaw Supply Co.,
Inc., 910 Pacific are. This
has a rapid rectilinear lenne
and automatic (butter and
to as good or better than any
camera on the market. It '
uses Eastman's noncurling
fllnis and can be "loaded"
THE ONLY INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER IN TACOMA
- (Ry United Press Leased Wire.) ""
LOS ANGKLKS, <3a1., Aug. — Declaring themselves "sure
enough" in love, Robert Mt-Xally anil Misw Lenore Kewald, elop
ers, " aged T. and 7, were returned to their parents today. A big
|ioli<'i-iii<iii picked lii-iii up on Spring street last night. ■:-:",*• -a
, . A doll, Hcvei-nl articles of doll'R clothing and a pair of stock
ings «-i>iii|mi-!v| the young lady's trousseau.". ;• ■';'; '. i ■.-•;-
HUBBY LOVES HER TOO
MUCH; ASKS FOR DIVORCE
Too much devotion on the part
of her husband, Max Kluge, Is
the burden of complaint of Susie
Kluge, who through her attor
neys, Bone and Wright, this
morning filed suit for divorce.
The couple married in Tacoma
June 12, 1912. The separation
came July 8, she says, when she
resisted his loving embraces and
he fled from the bouse. She says
she has not seen him since.
WITH A RAZOR
RENO, Xev., Aug. 3.—Declar
ing that her husband threatened
to slash her face with a razor
and put salt in the wounds, Mrs.
Amanda Ltttlejohn was granted
a divorce from James C. Llttle-
John of San Francisco " on the
ground of cruelty, and will today
assume her maiden name of
BEATTXK JOY-RIDKRS FINKI)
A bunch <*1 Joy-riders from Se
attle, elz In'humHor. who said
they were out testing; a new car
Just traded for, were this morn
ing arrested on 24 th at. and de
layed for several hours in return
ing to Seattle. In police court
they were fined $25 and costs.
And then, when Uiey sottle ou !
Afchen the blrda »t*rt fooling Y ou Just time the legs chat the clothes Use, you giv© H * bat Ana there you are! j
around the family washing, with a stick . !_
TACOMA, WASHINGTON, SATVRDAY, AIKJUST :\, 1912.
According to the complaint,
Max insisted on embracing her
practically morning, noon and
night. His constant embraces
gave her no rest or peace of mind.
William Vicks had just the
opposite complaint of make of
his wife. He said they were
married Dec. 1, 1906, and -that
liis wife deserted him six days
later at the Mother Lode mine in
Brltjsh Columbia. He wants a
KILLED IN BIG
VANCOUVER, B. C, Aug. 3. —
Filled with joy at the prospects
of being treated to a roof garden
party at the Central Mission, ana
dancing about the fast ascending
freight elevator In an excess or
childish glee, Etta May Hattlc,
six \«-ar old daughter of Daniel
Hattlc, a resident of Lynn valley,
North Vancouver, was instantly
killed late yesterday evening,
having her neck broken when she
leaned too far out of the ascend
The Times WANT AD PHONE"
ls Main 12. Call that number any
lime up to 9 p. m. and your wants
will be met.
How To Get The Filling For a Blackbird Pie
GAXOSTKRS WIMJNG TO
GIVK IF AND TELL ALL IF
GRANTEI) IMMUNITY FROM
(By I nil.,| |»r.« s I.iusril Wire.)
NEW YORfc, Aug. 3.—Over
tures for the surrender of Harry
Horrowitz, known to New York
gangsters as "Qyb the Blood,"
and "I^efty" Lioule Roßenberg,
wanted here for alleged compli
city fn the murder of Gambler
Herman Kosenthal, were made
here today to District Attorney
Whitmun through Attorney I^ewis
S. Spiegel, representing the ac
cugefl men. Whitman was told
that the two alleged gangsters
are willing to surrender if grant
ed innminltv from the "third de
gree." Whitman will give Spiegel
an answer Monday.
Assistant District Attorney
Mos4 l| probing the graft end of
the taue and is reported to have
secured sufficient evidence to
conwiot a number of "higher ups"
of the . New York police depart
Jt was learned this afternoon
that JHstrict Attorney Whitmnn
hag gotten n full statement on
the^ftlleged alliance between nam
blett and the New York police.
The name of the man giving out
this statement. It is understood,
is i.i.'- of the most notorious con
fidence men In the country. His
stiitfuiant 1b being verified.
ffhe police today located "I^efty
Lethe's" trunk. It contained sev
eral*-revolv«rs, but nothing of an
Inirrnilnattng nature was found.
George Consldine, owner of the
Metropole hotel, before which
Rosfiiiliiil was glaiu, announced
today that he intended to sue
"Brldide" Webber for $100,OOn
d;iui.i-■■ ■. alleging his hotel has
been damaged to that extent as
a result of Webber's statements.
AimUHN, N. V., Aug. 3.— Sus
pected of being Lefty Louie Ros
enberg, one of the men wanted
In New York for the murder of
Herman Rosenthal, a man giving
th« nnme of John Doran was ar
rested here today.
CAM DEN, N. J., Aug. 3.—Sus
pected of being "Lefty Louie"
Rojonberg, wanted In New YorK
tor alleged complicity in the
inuTilci of Herman Rosenthal, a
man giving the name of Jack
Morion was arrested here today.
The suspect declared he Is an
iron worker, and was merely
seeking employment when ar-
UNDERGROUND STREAM OUT
ON RAMPAGE AT SUMNER
The ranch of R. J. Rounds, a get Sound Electric company's
rancher near Sumner, was prac- power plant project,
tjcally washed away and damage For years there have been
to the extent of about $5,000 to springs on the^ hillsides near Sum
hls property, according to a re- ncr which furnished the ranchers
port from Sumner today, of a pc- with water. During last night
euliar flood from an underground the pressure of water In the big
stream, brought about -by tne reservoir washed out an under
pressure of high water In tne ground stream that flooded tne
Lake Tapps reservoir of the Pu- Rounds ranch.
LICENSED TO WED
AT AGE OF 83
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 3.—
Xo*h Sanford Arnold, aged 83
years, yesterday secured a license
to wed Grace Copeland, aged 3C
yews. Arnold la president of t&e
Arnold Hardware company, ana
MsUes at 836 Webster street.
Miss Copetand's home Is In San
R»fttel. Arnold stated last night
that he would not discuss his
marriagp until he had received
his certificate. '
WANTS TO SEE THINGS GROW
MINISTER QUITS THE PULPIT
WHY HEY. W. I). UUCHANAN O.IITS THE IITLI'IT.
"I was raised on a furm and the instinct -till In In me."
"I like to see thlngM grow and to have n'""■ >'*; life about
"My devotion to the outdoor* made me neglect pastoral
duties outside of the pulpit to the disadvantage of the
"The call of the farm appeals to me more Hi.hi the pas*
•(. \Mlil lUS WHO i i>\- «
• li:ss| ii is NKW •
• YOKK CASK •
At top, "Bald" Jack Kose.
Middle, Harry Vallon. Bottom,
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
LEES SUMMIT, Mo., Aug. 3.—
Cole Younger, former member or
the Jesse James gang, while at
tending W. J. Bryan's lecture at
the Pleasant Hill Chautauqua,
wag robbed of $»'» by pickpocket.
He says this is bt» first experience
of this sort. He declares he
does not mind the loss of the
money, but hate to be the victim.
As pastor of First TTntversal
l«t church Rev. W. 1). Buchanan
will preach his farewell sermon
tomorrow. He hag prepared his
resignation and will go back to
the soli. He lives at Spanaway
and has a fine chicken ranch
there and will devote his energies
to this as a meant* of livelihood.
He will still lecture, write ana
»vlll occupy the pulpit of tne
church when the trustees desire
but they will no longer be under
obligations to pay him. He has
felt the call of the soil and ac
cepted It and will leave the
.church building to others. Since
his advent as pastor of this
church several years ago he has
doubled the membership and
built a new church on Division
BERLIN, Aug. 3.—A directory
of the plutocrats of Hamburg,
Bremen and Lubeck, just bullsh
ed, shows that tt\e fortune or
Uei-tha Kru.pp you Bohlem, the
richest woman In Germany, has
increased in three years from
*4«,»00,QOO to $70,000,000. The
kaiser's friend, Prince Gldo Hen
kel yon Donnersmark who was
taxed on $44,000,000 in 1908, !s
said to have had an estate worth
$63,000,000 In 1911.
(By United l»n-ss Ijeaxed Wire.)
LONDON, Aug. 3.—Lady Mar
jorle Manners, eldest daughter of
the duke of Ruthland, became the
bride today of the marquis of An
glesy at St. Peter's church in
The income of the marquis is
estimate at half a million dollars
MAY BE ACCEPTED
WASHINGTON, D. C, Aug. 3.
—Strongly urging that United
States Judge Hanford of Seattle
he permitted to resign and that
the iniipoar.h.ment proceedings
against him be dropped, Con
gressman Oraham of the house
judiciary committee's sub-com
mittee today backed up the stand
of his conferees Congressmen
McCoy and Hiiggins, when the
three reported their probe in
SAVED FROM TERRIBLE DEATH
, :; MARION, liml., Aug. «.Caught midway on a trestle with
her six children and a train fast bearing down upon her,' Mrs. fe?
•D.'A. Itm-lcy and her children are alive today, because the spar- £||
| tan mother toased five of thte little ones to the ground, S» feet' M%
; low and then jumped herself. The sixth child, «T boy of *; 10, 3»
crouched between the rails and the train passed over him. He |?.«.
«nay die. ".; T^'^./ •-■'■■'^-■■• ' :- '•. ■ :/:'"-■ < -v^iS>i< }«■
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lIAKKII, Ore., Au«. B.—Hun
drcfln of farmer* and nitnen are
today Nearrhliifr - for the four
iiianked iih-ii who broke Into.the
ofTlro of the Underwood Placer.
Mm. company at Cornucopia, IK»
miles froui here, and after taking
the Niifo from the office antl roll
"|R it down an embankment, blew
i| (ipen with dynamite and - h«
cared gold nuKgeU vaiu.<i at
thousands of dollars. Although
the robbery occurrei early Krl
<l»y morning, details of the oc
currenre did not rearli here until
today. -/ - ■■-.- -■
< hul.-. < .mi.l, the mine watch
man, was Nliot In the iii-iii during
hii exchange of revolver ahota
with the l>Mmills
The entire I'ine Valley wan no
tilled by Mis. U. 8. Itis'h.r, tele
phone operator at Half Way, and
MM several ponse* of farmers
and miiiers were on the trail of
the i■ohiii is, but the yhave not yet
DENVER, Col., Aug. 3.—Fight-
Ing desperately with a sheriff's
l>OHse until dropped by a bullet,
George Bellew, owner of a stage
line, who last night entered the
dining-room of the South Platte
hotel, at South Platte, Col., 20
miles south of here, and shot and
seriously wounded Mrs. Charles
Wallbrark, owner of the hotel,
and wounded James McWhorten,
a Kansas City tourist, was cap
tured in the mountains near there
shortiy before noon today and
brought here. Ballew Is serious
ly wounded. After shooting Mrs.
Wallbrark and McWhorten, Bal
lew set fire to the hotel.
Following Graham's decision
the house judiciary committee
formally voted to advise Presi
dent Taft that it does not object
to his acceptance of Hanford'a
resignation. Unless the house
refuses to recognize this recom
mendation this action closes me
matter so far as the house la con
Fair tonight and Sunday.