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Tuesday, Nov. 5, 1912.
Yes, madam—also miss—th is bar has Just been opened in New York city—of course!—at
the Cafe de» Beaux Artes, a high-priced eating place for men and women just around the corner
from Fifth avenue.
Are ilu-y guliig to try to stoul
tlii.-. stiitu again for Taft?
Citizens should watcli the count
at every polling place in Pierce
• ounty tonight when tile count is
being made. I ■!■•• Mis,|»icious
movements of certain interests
aii.l men has given Hue to a well
defined rumor tliat I alt is to be
made to carry this county if pots
ilble by false counting.
This is not going to be con
fined to the down-town precincts
where crooked work has been
done In the past. The game is to
count votes cast for those parties
which have no county tickets and
they will not have watchers in
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many places. Unless the watch
ers who are there see that votes
cast for these, minority parties
are counted for them it is feared
many of them will be credited to
T;ift when they are called off.
Watchers have been posted on
this and democratic, and progres
sives are expected to see to it
that all votes cast are counted as
(By t i.ihil Press Leased Wire.)
lIt'TTE, Mont., Nov. 5. —This
city today is aroused over nn at
tack made on the automobile con
taining Governor Norris, T. J.
Walsh, democratic candidate for
senator, uiid S. V. Stewart, demo
cratic candidate for governor,
while they were listening to v so
luflamed by the speaker, sev
eral of the crowd threw stones at
the car, one rock smashing the
wind shield, the flying glass cut
ting several gashes in Mr. Walsh's
Half a dozen persons seized
hold of the car, but the chauf
feur turned the power on full and
the powerful machine broke away
Practically all the salmon now
being sold in the eastern states is
from Piiget Sound, the fall run
being good and *fle demand lively.
Potatoes continue coming from
Yaklma and the homegrown pro
duct is being released, with an
excellent demand. Carload ship
meats of grapes are coming daily
from California, as are consign
ments of oranges, bananas and
early Brazil nuts.
will be on hand at The Times
stereopticon tonight and the
crowd who comes to Times
square will be treated to a
fine display of our staff car
toonist's powerful work be
tween election returns. Cory
Is by all odds the most virile
and powerful cortoonlst in
the west; don't miss being on
[ hand to see the local hits.
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TIDES AT TACOMA WEDNESDAY
2:12 a. in 9.0 feet
7:14 a. m 5.5 feet
1:50 p. m 11.2 feet
8:32 p. m 3.2 feet 8
CprinP THE CUB why, OP course, scoop— ;; *« o "uad»
OK^KJVjr REPORTER THAT WAS IT -. ; - DV - HUi
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(♦ CONGRESSMAN* WAlimnt- ♦
<$> TON'S PROGNOSTICATION* <?>
■§• "Roosevelt will carry cv- ♦
♦ cry county in this, 2nd con- <J>
<!> gressional district. I will ♦
v lead the progressive ticket ■*•
<;> in the district and will have <$>
♦ 15,000 more votes than my ♦
♦ nearest competitor for the <$>
<$ office." <$>
SALT LAKE, Nov. I.—Very
cloudy weather, threatening rain,
made it doubtful if the voting in
Utah would be heavy today. Po
litical manager! are extremely
confident, with the republican!
claiming the state by 10,000 plu
SANTA FE, N. M., Nov. B.—
Despite the claims of Uie various
state chairman, tlie fight in Now
Mexico today probably will be be
tween Wilson and Roosevelt, with
the former leadiug. Taft will be
a poor third.
MISSOULA, Mont., Nov. 5. —
Although the democrats are claim
ing Moutana»by 15,000, a conser
vative estimate of their plurality
reduces this to 2,000.
The registration showed a 30
per cent increase over two years
DENVER, Col., Nov. s.—With
ideal weather prevailing through
out all Colorado, the biggest vote
in the history of the state is be
ing polled today. The ballots are
extremely cumbersome, containing
COLUMBUS, 0., Nov. s.—That
Woodiow Wilson, democratic
nominee for president, will carry
Ohio, and may pull the state
ticket with him are the indica
tions here today.
MILWAUKEE, Wis., Nov. 5. —
With fine weather here today, a
record vote is expected. The ef
fect of Senator LaFollette's de
nunciation of Roosevelt and his
mild endorsement of Wilson is
DETROIT, Mich., Nov. s.—The
election returns in Michigan is
regarded today as doubtful. It
is expected that the vote on the
suffrage issue will be very close.
THE TACOMA TIMES.
The Serbs of Servia have funny customs and i-lothes, but
they're the most contented folks alive.
•S> Tacoma — Friday night, <S>
<t "Officer G66." Coming, "The ■*>
s> Hound-Up." V
» Pantages — Vaudevi 1 1 c, <s>
i> Empress—Vaudeville. *
<i> Princess—Stock. •
The single stage setting of "Of
ficer 6t!6," at the Tacoma thea- 1
ter, Friday evening, received
more attention than has ever
been bestowed upon a production
made by Cohan and Harris. It
represents the art gallery of a
young bachelor millionaire, Tra
vers lad win, and contains re
productions, painted by no mean
pot-boiler, of many of the world's
masterpieces. Messrs. Cohan and
Harris spent something like
$10,000 for itt. The replica can
vases are after Meissonier, Reu
bens, Rembrandt, Gainsborough,
Reynolds, Llley, Corot and other
The notable London success,
with an all-English company, "A
Butterfly on the Wheel" comes to
the Tacoma next Sunday and
+++++++++ +'+ + + + + +
Pantages theater offers a splen
did bill this week, with a bright
spot in every number. Bessie
Leonard, the "Kid of Komedy,"
created some sensation last night
and the work called for much ap
plause, and she got it plenty.
Harrison Greene and Katherlne
Parker offer a sprightly comedy
that has more than a liberal dash
of true joy-fun running througn
it, and both Greene and his pret
ty partner make a grand clean
up with the "front" with their
little contribution to the even
Karsey's Myriophone, an act
that lias played the best of 'em
in Europe and one that hasn't lost
a whit of its novelty on this side,
went very well last night. There
are four other good acts on the
bill. Let us hope that Alexander,
the boy king of vaudeville, will
continue to send us this good
stuff. • .
THE LAW ON LOAN SHARKS
The state law prohibits ANYBODY from charging ANY
IJOI>Y more than TWELVE PER CKNT a year on any kind of
If Tolninn, or Drake, or the "Staff Security Co." or any
other loan shark has attempted to collect MOItK THAX ONE
PER CENT A iMOXTM from you under any pretext whatever,
conic to the Times office and state your case.
You need not pay one cent of interest if such an attempt
at extortion has been made.
No 1 mi(i.r what the sharks tell you; If they try to annoy
you at your home or place of business, swear out a warrant
But al»ove all, REFUSE TO PAY THK INTEREST IF IT
IS MOKE THAN TWELVE PElt CENT A YEAR.
THAT'S THE LAW!
"Brown of Harvard."
If the management of the Prin
cess theater advertised that there
is a laugh every minute in
"Brown of Harvard" there would
be none to say them nay after
witnessing a performance of this
The dialogue is refreshing; it is
snappy from the beginning to the
end, and the play was built for
laughing purposes only. There
are no musty sex problems to
leave a taste In one's mouth as of
the morning after, and the plot
isn't M intricate an to require
that the spectator keep a diagram
constantly in his mind.
"Brown of Harvard" is essen
tially a story of college life. It
is not exactly true to Harvard
realism, for whirli permit us to
offer up a grateful prayer of
thanksgiving. The hero is a fine
manly chap who is iv love with a
fine girl (of course), and while
Brown is in had during tho earli
est part of the play, ho finishes
in a whirlwind of handclasps,
kisses and figurative red fire; as
all heroes should.
Cliff Thompson was accorded a
warm reception last evening, and
he siiifly did "eat up" the role
of Brown. (Xo pun is intended,
There are a lot of young men
with high-standing pompadours
and genuine campus airs who are
taking thinking parts alongside
the regular members of the com
pany, and the augmentation adds
considerably to the realism of the
play. Miss Florence Bell Is
Brown's sweetheart and she man
ages the part very nicely indeed.
The remainder of the company ap-
pear to good advantage.
"Brown of Harvard" holds the
boards at the Princess for the re
mainder of the week.
<$> CUSTER'S LAST FIGHT <P
<$> Ouster's Last Fight. <S>
<*> Greatest American feature <$►
<?> ever exhibited in motion <!>
<?> picture. Taken on the bat- <£
<$> tlefleld by the Little Big <j>
<$> Horn. Circuit theater, three <$>
•$> days, Tuesday, Wednesday, <$>
<$> Thursday. No advance In 0
<j> price of admission. <?>
This picture slioirs hundreds of Greek residents of CniiloiiiM. () "77 and Washington an
seml.lcd in Sim Francisco and marching to the train on the first lap of their journey home to
Greece, where they will take up arms in defense of their country.
A bar for ladies!
FAWCKTT WOUKS AGAIN ST PORT COMMISSION'
| Very little has been said about the port district scheme
j during this campaign owing to the proposition lining over
| shadowed by the presidential and state* and county elections,
! but voters today are beginning to get interested. A. V. Faw
| cett, who was a member of the Harbor committee of 21 was
out today working against it. Fawcett wants the city to take
up the Middle Waterway project and the committee of 21 eu
| dorsed this too and turned it over to the city to work out.
The port district boosters have spent considerable money
| circulating literature urging votes for it.
ABERDEEN, Wash.. Nov. 5. —
Thrusting his seven year old son
out of tho way In order to prevent
his being crushed by a falling
tree,, Frank De Hart, a donkey
engine driver, could not prevent
the tree from falling on himself
and is dead here today. Father
and son had gone fishing and
while returning a big tree, with
out warning, came crashing to
ward them. Tossing his son far
to one Bide, De Hart was a sec
ond too late to save himself and
was pinned under the heavy
trunk. The youngster strived pit
ifully to release the unconscious
form and then ran'for help. De
Hart was dead, however, before
RKDDINO, Cal., Xov. 5.—
Repentant and remorseful
over his crime. I(1 Howard,
who through religious zeal
confesHed to the killing of
Frank fireenberg near Fort
Worth, Texas, twelve ycurs
ago, is today on hi.s way to
the scene of the murder in
charge of a Texas sheriff.
Prisoner and officer are
due in Fort Worth Friday.
Howard says he is glad to
make his peace with the law
and with God.
Seat sale tomorrow for that
funny play "Officer 666," Taco
•ma theater. "Adertlsement"
"Well, my dear, did you ha»e
any trouble marking your bal
"Mercy, no! It's so simple!
I just put crosses against the
names of all the men I didn't
(Treasurer Pierce County.)
REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR STATE Till Kilt
ACTIONS (onr— ■•■ who Inrcrd <he atrect railway
and other corporation* la pay Ihrlr lain, namiatlii <o nearly
<>ni--bale million dullnra.
REPORT OF ni HIM OF IXSFKCTION ON treasurer's OF
FICE! OF I'lKlii IS i in IV
"The office Is wall m>n»ged and has been during; period cov
ered by our examination. Mr. Ed. Month, anil tils Deputies, are
well informed as to their duties, and are always courteous and
obliging; to the general public.
"He regulates the office force by the work to be done and en
deavor* to nave no Idle men on the pay roll. Economy consistent
with efficient service Is the plan of the present administration.
"Treasurer Meath Is deserving of much credit on account of
the attention given to the collection of d«llquent personal prop
erty tO\es. especially on the back years from 1900 to date.
"The books have been accurately and well kept In a neat and
painstaking: manner. Everything In this department Is In good
If elected State Treasurer, I will devote the same energy to
the office as I have to the County Treasurership.
SHE ALWAYS USES THE ,
In a letter to Messrs. Sherman, Clay & Co., Mme.
Gadski writes: "I like to take advantage of the oppor
tunity to reiterate my high regard for the NTEIVWAY
PIANO, the superiority of which I have always conceded
by never using any other instrument, either publicly or
privately, during all my American tours, notwithstanding
many offers to make a change."
GADSKI SINGS FOR THE VICTROIiA
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COME IN AMI HEAR HER SONGS
Seats Selling for Gadski Concert
Madame Gadski will appear at . the Tacoma Theater
tomorrow night as the second number of the Artist Course.
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