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MACKLYN AKBUCKIiK says, "A
diplomat is n man who >t< .ils
your lint ami roat, and then
explains it so nicely that you
give him your watch and
VOL. IX. NO. 291.
N. Y. GUNMEN GUILTY:
HIS FIRST SPEECH,
PLEA FOR WIFE
DRAMATIC CLOSING OK TIIIAL OF BDIifcOCK AND HOI'S
TON IN PKDBHAL COURT YKSTKKDAY AFTERNOON
WHKN MEN WKRE GIVKX JAIL IBNTBNCEB BH JODOB
"There Is in Seattle tonight an
honest woman, a loving woman,
who has lieen upon her knees
all clay weeping and praying that
the stigma of a prisoner husband
should not be placed hihui her
babe—a stigma they would car
ry all their lives. This woman
Is hoping with an aching heart
that she, her two babes and my
self are not disgraced forever.
"I never profited one penny
from any sales to the govern
ment. I never authorized any
one to approach a juror, further
more 1 warned against it.
"I would not make this plea
for myself. A man is supposed
to stand anything that comes to
him and what I say is not for my
si-lf I*tit for those whom 1 love
and are dear to inc."
With the forego:ng dramatic
speech, the first he ever made in
his life, Charles E. Houston, con
victed for defrauding the govern
ment of $50,000 and conspiracy
to obtain coutractts at an ab-
Sorbtnnt rate, manager of the
Pacific Coast Coal company of
Seattle, the largest concern of its
kind In the northwest, faced
Judge Cushman in federal court
last night for sentence, every
resource of expert counsel hav
ing been exhausted to save him
from prison. But it availed
naught. He had conspired to de
fraud the government on collu
sive coal bids and must go to
The picture he drew brought
tears to the eyes of the little
band of spectators and friends
■who accompanied him but It
could not save him from prison
"It is the sentence of the court
that you pay a fine of $2,000 and
'be imprisoned in the Kilng
county jail for one year," said
John H. Bullock, who was for
merly president of the John J.
Sesnon company, also convcited
of being in the conspiracy, re
ceived a like sentence.
Senator Piles for Houston and
J. J. McCafferty for Bullock both
made strong p"leas for their
Considering the fact that the
ivernment was beaten out of
SOME SWAIN, EH?
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Nov. 19.
—Judge Monroe elicited news of
an unusual change of sentiment
by learning that F. A. Mackie,
61, called on his wife 107 times
in five weeks during his recent
wooing. Mackie now wants a di
HIS BRAINS OUT
(By United Press teased Wire.)
SEATTLE, Nov. 19. —E. E.
East, 35, former patrolman, blew
the top of his head off with a
shotgun here early today. He had
been ill for two weeks and was
confined to his bed. Crawling to
a closet he secured the gun and
sitting on the floor held it to his
forehead and pulled the trigger
with his toe.
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between $30,000 and $40,000 by
the put up job of the coal con
spirators the sentence is consid
ered extremely light.-
Nothing further has been done
on the matter of the alleged jury
bribing in the case. B. D. Town
send, government counsel, re
turns to Portland today and until
he comes back it is not known
whether the statements of Juror
Mllleson that he was to be paid
money by C. O. Batps, attorney
for Houston, for making affida
vits to try to get Uie lattter off
without prison sentence, will be
further probed or not.
Bail of $4,000 will be fur
nished by the prisoners and they
will appeal their cases to the
higher court at San Francisco.
An unsuccessful attempt to
hold up the doorkeeper at the
Brotherhood of American Yeomen
dance last night in Fraternity hall
ended in the severe beating up of
the lone bandit and a somewhat
ignominious esca|ie after lie had
lieen sent tumbling down the
stairs by K. A. English, an officer
of the lodge, and K. 11. Leslie, a
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie, who live
at 3119 Seventh avenue, were
among the late guests. Ascend
ing the stairway just ahead of
them was a man neatly dressed
whom Mr. Leslie saw drawing a
revolver from his pocket.
Seizing him from behind and
calling to Mr. English, who was
attending the door on the landing
above, Mr. Leslie pinned the
man's arms immovably to his
body. Together the two Yeomen
sent the would-have-been despera
do rolling to the bottom of the
The man picked himself up and
made good his get-away down the
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
SEATTLE, Nov. 19. —Charles
E. Noe, ship's carpenter, shot
and killed his wife and a mo
ment later ended his own life in
her room in the Craig hotel here
Noe and his wife had been
quarreling for some time, and
last week he threw her out of
their room, after threatening to
cut her throat with a razor.
In the room a letter was
found addressed to "Dear
Friend," advising great care
lest the husband "find out, as
he was in Tacoma last week mak
ing inquiries about a man named
It is the opinion of the police
that the killing followed the
finding of the letter by Noe.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Nov.
19.—Because he had pains in his
stomach, August Nelson, keeper
of Mile Rock Ughthouse, blew
fog signals. When the pains in
creased, Nelson thought he was
dying, so he began to shoot dis
tress rockets. Several tugs re
News Items From
the Hicktown Bee
Will Tozler's depot hack Is
out of commission today on ac
count of a sore throat; that Is,
Will's got the soar throat, not
Mystleo, the magician. Is
coming to the Academy of
Music tomorrow night. He has
played before all the crowned
heads, o' course. What show
actor that comes to Hlcktown
Marriage is a partnership in
which all the firm's assets an
used up on the honeymoon,
Lafo Watertower allows.
The Real "Alkali Ike" and "Bronco Bill"
You Can See At the Movies Today
IIV GBRTRVOK M. PKH'K
The Times Moving Picture Kxpert
"Ah, goody! there's 'Alkali
Ike' again!' " A fluffy little lady
with a high-piled imyrhe clapped
her hands like a child as she slid
into a seat near the front at the
north side "movies."
"!Say, mister, ain't y'u goln' t'
have no 'llronclio Itilly' film to
night?" a small kiddy with a
good deal of earths rouge on his
• \|m-i i;iiit face called out as he
deposited his ticket at the 5-cent
theuter door and made a dive for
a front iseat.
"Come on, girls, let's go to the
nickel show this afternoon. They
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♦ Scenic ami Shell tonight. <«>
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are going to have a picture with
my dear old sheriff man in it—
you know the one who always
comes in just in time to save
everybody from being killed by
Who said personality didn't
count in a moving picture show?
There probably isn't any com
pany which has fastened charac
ter names to its player as much
as the Kssanay manufacturers.
Here are three of the players
who have , made their character
names household words and a lit
tle "inside information" about
Once in a great while Gilbert
M. Anderson, one of the organ
izers of the Essanay Film Manu
facturing company—a man of
large means—likes to throw off
his popular cognomen with his
chaps and colored handkerchief
just to be himself.
"Broncho Billy," as everyone
knows him now, didn't always
have a bank account.
Just now—if stories be true —
he has money to burn, and there
can be no question of his popu
larity in the "movies."
Anderson writes many of his
own scenarios and plays practi
cally all the leads in the western
pictures put on by the Essanay
stock company at Niles, Cal.
Besides that, he is the pro
Ever see a photograph of our
old friend, "Alkali Ike"?
Here he is and his real name
is Augustus Carney.
It's a great big handle for a
very small pitcher. But he's full
up to the brim with humor and
Carney is one of the few mov
ing picture players who has suc
ceeded in attaching a character
Now Here Is a Little Story Which Proves That You Never Can Tell
He wore a battered old black
hat; long wisps of hair that
should have loiig ago felt the
hand of the reaper straggled un-
tidily over his coat-collar, and
his linen .was unspeakable.
Mild watery blue eyes, not un
like the blue of the china dog
which your grandmother kept on
the parlor mantle-piece when you
were a youngster, peered out In-'
quisitively from his pale, blank
face; the loose, weak mouth wore
a querulous sort of smile that
didn't mean much, either negative
TACOMA, WASHINGTON, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1912.
name so inseparably to himself
that his own name Is forgotten.
"Alkali Ike" is a comedian of
the Western EBsanay Stock com
pany at Nilcs, Cal.
He was the chief character in
the pictures called "Alkali Ike
Plays the Devil" and "Alkali Ike
THE OliD HKtKRIFF
It's Arthur Mackley, one of the
directors of the Essanay Western
He's the big, burley, level
headed protector of the peace;
the hurry-up, first-aid-to-the-hero
who is almost captured by the
enemy; the one man who can
quell the villain and bring order
out of chaos.
He has played the part of a
western sheriff so much that he
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<*> SCRANTON, Pa., Nov. 19.—Because he "hatos to take <?>
■$> the money" for worthless services, Dr. Lee B. Woodcock, a <*>
<s> young society man and physician, whose practice has been <$>
<$> among Scranton's wealthiest residents, has given up the ♦
<$> practice of his profession. Dr. Woodcock said that his ♦
<$> practice had been remunerative'enough, but hinted that his <$>
<$> conscience troubled him. \ .[ . <?>
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PUBLIC SCHOOLS TO BE
TAUGHT LAW ON CURFEW
The public schools are to b«
brought into line as adjuncts to
the police department in enforc
ing the new curfew law.
Commissioner Mills had a con
ference with Superintendent Gei-
ger, and the latter lms agreed to
take the matter up in the schools
And he shivered as though tbe
ague had crept into his vitals.
He meandered down the lee
side of Commerce street, hunch
ing his shoulders in a feeble ef
fort to ward off the pelting rain;
for 'twas not a nice day to be
abroad on Commerce street yes
terday 'long about noon.
The nondescript paused several
times along the block as though
to importune hurrying clerks and
dingy-fisted mechanics on their
way to the hurry-up lunch.
"Say, Mister," he finally splut
tered at a man who didn't seem
to ba in ag great a rush as his
has practically lost his own Iden
tity in the character.
"The Shotgun Ranchman,"
"The Ranchman's Anniversary"
and "On the Moonlight Trail" are
all pictures in which he has made
thousands of friends.
4> WKATHBtt FORECAST <*-
<& Occasional rain tonight ♦
<!> and Wednesday. Cooler to- ♦
night, except near coast. <?
OAKLAND, Cal., Nov. 19. —
Herman Otto, blacksmith, says he
has too strenuous a wife for a
peaceful man. She blacked his
eyct; and then told the neighbors
that a horse kicked him. He's
after a divorce.
anrt a thorough course of in
struction on the law will be given
in every room in the city.
Cards will also be posted in
the pchoolß showing the law, and
the parents will be educated by
the schools as to tho require
ments of the new ordinance.
fellows; "could I speak to you a
, The accosted one stopped and
regarded the shrinking creature
in the old black hat; Instinctively
he knew that a "touch" was an
"Sure," he responded with a bit
of Jovially. "You want a dime
to get a drink with, don't you?"
and his fingers shipped into a vest
The wretchedly one nodded
hurriedly, and flushed a little.
"Well, go to it," said the other
man and he handed out the coin.
The man In the black hat hur-
TACOMA POLICE FOIL
PLANS OF ISLANDER
AND JAP GIRL ELOPERS
Rigo Custoilio, the young elop
ing J'urto Kuan, mill his Japan*
cse swoetlieart, Josi«' Muroflko,
arc today making legal prepara
iii.us to defeat the purposes of
the girl's wealthy merchant fa
ther who caused their arrest
here in an attempt to prevent
The couple arriving here last
evening from San Francisco with
Intentions, they say, of visiting
the county auditor today for a
marriage license, were sieved by
Detectives Ellison and Harking.
Custodlo Is charged with abduc
tion. T. Muroako, the maiden's
father, swore to tho warrant and
the arrest was made by order of
Chief of Police White of San
Francisco, where the Muroako
family is one of the wealthiest
of tho Nipponese quarter.
Confident that they will be
able to frustrate the plans of the
pater Muroako when they are al
lowed to go to Seattle, both are
in good spirits this morning.
Miss Muroako Bays she can ob
tain proof in Seattle that she
is 19 years and 5 months old,
which will free her lover of the
MANIAC WITH DYNAMITE
HOLDS ENTIRE POLICE
DEPARTMENT AT BAY
(Hy United Press Leased Wire.)
LOS ANGELKS, OWL, -Nov. 10.
—Just* before noon today fin un
known man wearing a Mark
musk mid bearing an odd-looking
"I stood at 24th and Pacific
avenue last evening for some time
and I could not see but that the
service going south was pretty
fair, except at one time when the
cars failed to get back regularly.
Then there was about 11! BiBUtM
when there was no car."
Such is the report of Inspector
D. O. Smith the first night after
the new street car ordinance went
Smith is not arresting anybody
"I am investigating to find out
just where the service seems to
actually need improvement, and
then I am going to try to see that
it is improved.
For the first night rush the in
spector took the South Tacoma
GAS, CANDLE, ZAM
(Hy VnKcil Press I ..-;■ ~«-<l Wire.)
PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. 19. —
G. B. Evans, gas company em
ploye, used a candle to find a
leak in a gas pipe. The latest
physicians' bulletin reads: "Res
piration good, pulse normal, rest-
0, LAFF AT THIS!
(lly l Tnlfo ( ] Press Lcnsrri Wlro.)
PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. 19. —
Otto Frucht, 18, was Riven a sen
tence of 9 0 days on the rock pile
for trying to shoot a bird off the
hat of Miss Nellie Kolley. "I
didn't like that bird on Nellie's
hat," he remarked lo his honor.
rled off muttering thanks. The
benefactor stopped to ' look after
him; he wandered if lie. would
hike into the fashionable bar on
the corner and buy a gentleman's
drink with that dime. .
But just in inn' the , shabby
citizen got to the corner he paus
ed before a nlckl3-!unch place—
and darted in. . " 7
•, The benefactor walked ,-' back
and stared Inside curiously. '.
■ There sat the other, getting out-
Bide of a plate of steaming stew.
"Well, I'll be damned," whis
pered the benefactor 1, softly " to
LAFK WATKKTOWKK say«, "It'a
all rifctit for a gel to learn liow
to do rafflu tlclien and pierced*
Imiisn lamp hhiiili-s. liut wliat
has bc-como of the nel who
■ ' mil<l make doughnuta'."*
charge of abduction.
"Never mind, dear," slip told
[ Cugtodio when she was allowed
to see him this morning. "We
will he married yet."
And CiiKtodio sighed deeply
through the liars and couldn't eat
Explaining how it nil came
about Cuatodio said, with the oc
casional assistance of his sweet
"Wo have known each other
for two years. I worked for Mr.
Muroako before he retired from
the mercantile. I was his Inter
preter for I could speak Spanish,
American, Japanese, Hawaiian
and South America. Her father
liked me for his business but not
for his son-in-law. The news
papers told us we could net mar
ried in Seattle and so we came."
Mrs. Muroako, he girl's
mother, Is in Chicago and knows
nothing of her daughter's love
The young elopers have en
gaged an attorney and are await
ing the arrival of an officer from
San Francisco. They say they
they will never go back single.
Imix which licit] several sticks of
dynamite in his iirniK, Him (lied
into the central police station
hero and warned everybody in
the building to net out. Police
men, city officials and prhuunu
rushed to the street.
For nearly an hour the masked
madman bold the whole police
force of the city at bay and thou
sands of spectators huddled about
Just as the police had derided
that the only way to "get" the
masked man would lip by shoot
ing him, two detectives crept
upon the man from behind and
felled him to the ground. His
identity has not yet been estab
Can You Roll a Cigarette
With One Hand? Try It
If Mac kljii Arbiieklc wore not
an actor— a mighty good one,
by the — be*4 rather bo a
railroad cii:;in. n'
Ham tail thai » bot ambition
for ii Lit; husky I- 11..,\ like Muck
When Arbuckle was a little
chap—he wns small once upon a
time like all of us, of course—he
decided that he would rather be
the boss of a train of cars than
anything he knew about. Papa
Arbuckle humored him and spent
quite a few pieces of change out
of the Arbuckle family exchequer
In buying tin, then iron, then steel
railroad trains for his young
Ah, little did Arbuckle Pere
ever dream that his strapping eon
THERE ARE A FEW PEOPLE
WHO DO NOT THINK
that it is possible to buy a good suit of
clothes fov $15.00, but you can, and what is
more, get style, tit and proper materials.
The popularity of the $15.00 suit is due.
primarily to the extensive advertising given
this priced garment. Herbst Clothes Shop,
second floor National Kealty Bldg., who
make a specialty of the .fUi.OO clothes have
an ad in this afternoon's Times on page 2.
Read it and judge for yourself.
With Times Want Ads at lc a word, no
one has an excuse for not advertising their
:jo cknts a month.
AM> I (>rit <>r GRAY MMtORIt
CAB WHO SI.KW 111 ICMW
I.'OSKXTHAIi AHK CX)N
XKW YORK, Nov. ll».—Aftor
*>2 minutes' ilclibei jition the jury
sittiiif; in the uw of iln- four
men < liaised uith the aitual kill-
I tin of (..inililer Ileriiiun Hiiki-ii-
Ihal were found -mlii this nfter
ikxiii uf nmnl.i in the first lie-
The convicted men nre Harry
Horrowtta, ulia* "Gyp the HUmd;"
•'I/<-ft.V laiuU*" ItoscnlicrK, "1»hko
l-'rank" < irotlci and "Whitley"
The gunmen paled when the
verdict was announced, evident
ly not having appreciated the
portend of Justice (ioff's charge
to the jury. The murderers
trembled as thry stood at the
iiar, too terrified to speak.
The court announced he would
not hear motioiiß for a new trial
Until 10:30 o'clock tomorrow,
tho hour set for imposing sen
Former Magistrate Wuhle. at
torney for the defense, suid that
he would move to set aside tho
verdict and would carry the case
to the court of apiieala, District
Attorney Whitman was not pres
ent when tho verdict was re
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♦ PARIS, Nov. 19.—The ♦
♦ master of ceremony In the <$
♦ Elysee has been informed <8>
•> that King George of England <>
•■ is in danger of contracting <>
•■ Illness by the slightest draft <$>
♦ and that on his travels the ♦
•■ masters of ceremony of the ♦
♦ courts visited must see to it <$►
■v that he is saved the annoy- ■$>
•■ anre. ♦
• ' When the king is going <i>
■•:■ from one room to another <^
♦ the draft hunter is sent <t>
■•■ ahead to close all doors and ■*>
♦ windows. ♦
would grow up to play the part
of "Slim" Hoover in "The Round-
Up" and roll a cigarette with one
And, by the way, did you know
the hanlent part of Macklyn Ar
buckle's role is that same trick
of rolling up the cigarette with
just one digit?
When you go to sec the show,
juat watch how hi\lf the menfolk
gaze upon that cigarette-rolling
stunt with rapt admiration, and
when they see that the trick has
been actually turned—lordy, how
they do applaud!
For it Is not a fool of a Job to
roll a cigarette with one band; it
took Macklyn Arbuckle mighty
iilull onto a year to learn that
trick, and he is quite a studious
young man At that.
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