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PORT TOWNSEND, Feb. 4.—
With the report that another
Seper is en route to the temporary
looprosarium at Diamond Head,
officials here are taking interest
in the plan presented by Dr. E.
O. Sakqef, health officer of Lob
Angeles to the marine hospital
■ervlce, to establish a permanent
leper colony on one of the Santa
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OIL GOES UP
PITTSBURCt, Feb. 4.— Mar-
K Its sixth advance in ten days,
crude oil was Bent up seven cents
more per barrel today. The in
dependent oil concerns state tiie
advances are part of a Standard
Oil plot to "squeeze out" the out
NEW METHOD IN
While the bank clearings in
Tacoma in January were $11,
--211,195, the bank transactions
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beautifying the hair, Danderine
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YOU'LL FIND IT HERE
No "ragging" dances go at
Alder In the future.
It has been snowing for 24
hours at ElleiiHburg and still at
Judge Dykeman ordered Dr.
Cook & Co., advertising doctors
of Seattle, to pay back $2,980 to
William Nelson, whom they treat
ed with no benefits.
Artistic floral decorations at
President Taft has named Carl
K. Baron postmaster at Sunnier.
The supreme court says a father
cannot be prosecuted for failing
to support a child after a divorce
in which the custody of the child
has been given the mother.
H. B. Earling, vice president of
the .Milwaukee nysteni, brother of
A. ,1. Karlin»?, the president, has
taken up bis residence in Seattle.
Now is the time to plant Rose
Bushes. Don't wait until they
are blooming—plant them now.
We have an extra largo stock of
rose bushes this year, come and
see them. Hinz, Florist, So. 7th
and X St.
Senator Philips of Spokane has
introduced a bill to compel all
hazardous industries to equip
with safety appliances.
Representative Frank W. Mid
fliiiißli introduced a liill yesterday
to amend the constitution so the
people can amend it by initiative
in the future.
About furs. Ben Mueller, 921
South C. "Advertisement."
FAYETTE, Ark., Feb. 4.-
Shooting and killing Miss Nellie
Monyliu, 22, following her re
fusal to marry him, Omer Davis,
18, turned the gun upon himself,
Inflicting a slight scalp wound,
and then fled.
The Itt'iiiurfcnhle .Motion Picture
With H<'len Cui-dncr in Title Role
All Keats 83c) Children 10c
ommoHT onia* ••
saturday, FKIUUAKV 8 *
Tho Comedy Success of Last
HEXRY W. HAVAGE OFPKRfI
With Willis P. Sweatnam as the
Porter and Same Notable Cast
Seen Here Last Season.
Prices—soc to $1.50.
SKAT SALE FRIDAY.
TWO NIGHTH XI) MATIXKK
February 10 and 11
Curtain will rise, evenings, pre
cisely at 8 o'clock; matinees at 2
Klaw & Erlanger's Stupendous
200 In Production—Augmented
Orchestra — l 2 Horses in Chariot
PRICES—Lower floor, $2.00;
Balcony, 3 rows, $1.50; balance,
$1.00; Gallery, 50c. Tuesday
matinee, lower floor, $1.50; bal
cony, $1; Gallery, 50c.
SEAT SALE TIURSDAY.
"Pierre of the Plains"
Bargain Matinees Wednesday nnd
.Saturday, 10c and -■"..-.
Evening Prices, 20c, 30c und ."Or.
s—Other llig S. & C. Acts—s
1320 Pacific Avenue.
The permanent home of cork-
Ing comedies and thrilling West
ern first-run pictures, the latest
output of the leading producers.
1 f'JH Pacific Avenue.
Snappy comedies and high-class
dramas. Four to the hour, and
always something worth while.
l Xl l I Hi l
Silver Ti'ii.spoons to the l.mliow
Tues., 4th., Wed., sth,
"The False Order"
A story of a thrilling
Most expensive feat
ure .ever produced.
THE TACOMA TIMES.
WUERZHURG, Feb. 4.—Called
to attend Crown Prince Alexis of
Russia, Dr. Eugene Enderlin,
professor of surgery at the Uni
versity here, is en route to St.
West End Improvement club
will meet tonight and listen to
John A. Rea discuss logged-off
E. M. Day of Whatcom county
humane society and trustee of the
state society went to Olympia yes
terday to lobby for the state hu
mane society bill to create a state
West Coast lumbermen will try
to have the $70,000 appropria
tion for forest products put back
in the appropriation bill from
which it was cut.
Hecaiißc Attorney Glasgow ob
jects to Deputy Prosecutor E. C.
Kllis of Seattle trying the per
jury charge against Peter Miller
in this county. Prosecutor Dow
will appoint the Seattle man a
special deputy of this county.
Rubrroid and Universal Roofing
$1.40 mj. up. Get samples. Kw
ing's Hardware, 1111 So C.
LONDON, Feb. 4.—Significance
is attached today to the resigna
tion of Chancellor Lloyd-George
and Winston Churchill, first lord
of the admiralty, from the Re
form club, a Liberal organization.
KANSAS CITY, Feb. 4.—Be
lieved to have set fire to their
bedding in a private sanitarium
here, lira. Alice Hopkins of Den
ver and Mrs. Mary Kitchen of
this city were frightfully burned
and are dead here today.
SAN FRANCISCO—Peter Her
man asked for a haircut at a lo
cal barbershop. He presented 50
cents, but was given a bill for
Perfect fitii-il glasses $1.30 np.
ri.-iIT. Jeweler and Optic-tan, 1147
C st. "Advertisement.
SAN FRANCISCO —Declaring
his mother-in-law threatened sui
cide if he returned to his wife,
Louis B. Jacobs is suing her for
$20,000 for alienating his wife's
LOS ANGELES —Pursuing a
footpad who had hell up a neigh
bor, Rigby Ross was in turn
stuck up by his quarry, who wait
ed behind a hedge. He lost a
watch, $0 and his goat.
Now shipment Milwaukee Sau
sage now in. litii'iiiv:il<r*<, 313 Iftli
LOS AXGELES, Feb. 4.—Arvie
Davis, circus acrobat, leaped to
the top of the patrol wagon when
it came for him and rode thus to
the station. He walked on his
hands to the operating table to
accept a stomach pump.
VIENNA, Feb. 4.—Cardinal
Francis Nngl, one of the cardinals
created at the consistory in No
vember, 1911, died here today.
PORTLAND—When Rev. Geo.
C. Carl, a Dunkard minister, was
called for jury duty he refused
to take the oath.
WARRENTON, Ore., Feb. 4.—
Mayor Miss Clara C. Munson is
the busiest woman in this vicin
ity. She is also constable, city
marshal and the only arresting
officer in the community.
SEATTLE, Feb. 4. —"Four boys
put salt in sugar, one boy knock
jar of gum off counter. I throw
at all boys one brick," was the
written defense of Harry Mark,
chef of the Canton cafe in court
on a battery charge. "You pay
$l(i," said Justice Brown.
CHRfSTIMA, Feb. 4. —On ac
count of the disturbed Interna
tional horizon, the government
has asked the storthing for an ex
traordinary appropriation or
$150,(100. Of this amount $20,
--000 is intended for aeroplanes.
MADRID, Feb. 4.—t,eon Car
valho, having lost a game of chess
to his brother Pascual, at Ovledo,
paid the ager by exchanging his
mother-in-law for the winner's
and taking the latter to live with
BERLIN, Feb. 4. —Arrested Tor
stabbing his four-year-old son to
death with a penknife, a laborer
at Prague said he did it to annoy
his wife, with whom he had Just
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Opvn from 7 to 7.
THE TWO HILLS AT PUJO MONET PROBE
James J. Hill and Louis W. Hill, his son, snapped as they left
the committee room in the l'ujo hearing. The veteran railroad
magnate had testilied that directors of competing hunks should not
he on each other's advisory board s—that there should Ik- no "in
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■> Tacoma—"Cleopatra" mo
•> tion pictures—afternoons, 2
&■ and 3:30; evenings, 7:30
t> and 9.
•> Princess— All week, with
► matinees Wednesday and
>> Saturday, the Princess play
i> ers in "Pierre of the Plains."
S> Empress — Vaudeville all
*> week, afternoon and even
•> ing, featuring ."The. S.ulnir
► ban winner." .. '
S> Pantages—Vaudeville, af
•> ternoon and evening, head
>> lining Miss Nellie Schmidt
•> and Miss Vivian Marshall In
• a swinimine and divine act.
AT THE EMPRESS
The new bill at the Empress
this week is variegated and well
balanced, and will doubtless prove
popular with the audiences.
Although "The Suburban Win
ner," a racing playlet, is featured,
first honors undoubtedly go to the
DeMichelle Brothers. Appearing
as a pair of Italian street must
clans, they score a "knockout"
with intermingled comedy ana
With clever scenic effects,
reminiscent of Hen Hur, "The Su
burban Winner" is a rapably
rendered melodrama, although
some of the men in the cast are
over noisy with their speeches.
The casting act of the Four
Lukens, which closes the bill,
might aptly be designated as
Lawrence and Edwards please
tlie crowds with their renovated
sketch, "The New Alderman."
Richard Burton offers songs
and stories, his songs being very
good. Artie Nelson and Miss
Floye have a singing and dancing
act, into which they manage 10
inject an element of novelty.
The Empress orchestra and
comedy fijms round out a eood
AT THE TACOMA "
• _ •
"Cleopatra" continues to re
ceive the endorsement of the pub
lic in capacity audiences at the
Tacoma theater, and the manage
ment has decided to keep this
picture in Tacoma until Friday,
ia response to the demand for It.
AT THE PANTAGES
Nellie Schmidt, the pluckly lit
tle San Francißco girl who swam
San Francisco bay and again
paddled around the dangerous
seal rocks in the golden gate, is
the biR number offered on the
liew bill at Pantagea theater this
week. Her's Is an act far and
above the several familiar tank
•■"■ is that have been seen in local
[vaudeville. Miss Schmidt has a
partner. Miss Vivian Marshall of
Portland, and the two offer one
or the prettiest and most grace
ful aquatic acts imaginable. Miss
Marshall's fire dive is one great
thriller and last night's audiences
were immensely enthusiastic.
The Valeric Sisters take second
honors with their clever singing
act. Both girls have pulchritude
i'his, and they are splendid sing
Tom Kelly sings some new
songs, tells some new stories that
are good and some older ones
that are better and makes a big
hit with the women folk down in
Four Sells Brothers offer a
good musical program on a giant
miramnophone and get in solid
right away with popular music.
Thank heaven, the? don't play
the Poet and Peasant!
Other acts on the bill this week
are La Teska, juggler, Rafael,
ventriloquist, and the best run of
movies seen at the Pan this year.
It is a show that Will Timmons
may well be proud of and ought
to pack 'em in every perform
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THE PAIiACfI — "Gaumont
Weekly," featuring Pasadena's
Tournament of Roses; "When the
Studio Burned," with the "Than
houser Kid" as the heroine dur
ing the recent destruction by fire
of the Thanhouser plant at New
Rochelle, N. V.; "An Interrupted
Elopement," Majestic comedy.
THE I/VHIC — "Andrew Jack
son," a multiple reel feature with
Miss Jfßsie Stewart as Mrs. Ro
bart, and Harry Lonsdale in a
masterly characterization of one
of America's most popular presi
dents; "A Telephone Entangle
ment," Gaumont comedy; "His
Uncle's Wives," Thanhouser
THE BIJOU—"The Colonel's
Ward", two-reel Bison; "The Gal
lop of Death," Eclair; "A Spicy
Time," Imp comedy.
THE SHELL.—"The False Or
der," Selig, a story of a thrilling
locomotive collision; "Thou Shalt
Not Kill," Vitagraph, drama;
"The Crime of Carelessness," Edi
son drama; "His Wife's Rela
tives," comedy, and "The Inter
rupted Honeymoon," Vitagraph;
Pathe's W reekly," reel 5; "The In
dian Brothers," Pathe's Indian
THE CIRCUIT—"The White
Domino," in three reels;• "The
Dove in the Eagle's Nest." two
reel Thanhouser; "Say, Uncle,"
THE SCENIC —"The Flag of
Freedom," Kalem, an historical
drama; "The Little Organ Play
er," Selig; "The Wings of a
Moth," Vltagraph, with Florence
Turner and Mr. M. Lytton; "An
Accidental Dentist," Lubin com
THE IMtKAM — "The Indian
Uprising," Kalem; "A Farm
house Romance;" "Twixt Love
and Ambition;" "The New
Squire," Edison. Coming, "Roped
In." New show Wednesday.
1118 C St.
THERE'S NO GRACE ABOUT
NEW PRESIDENT OF FRANCE |
The "most insignificant figure
In Paris" is president of the
Son of the most distinguished
engineer in France and a brother
of the scientist, Henri I'olncare
is rated as one of the greatest
lawyers his native land has pro
duced. He is a simple, whole
hearted publicist, in whom pat
riotism is a practical religion. He
surrendered a law practice pay
ing more than $100,000 a year
to become a cinor cabinet official
at a salary of $10,000.
He is an authority on art and
literature and has no mean
standing as a scientist. He has
written poetry and essays that
were considered worthy of rat
ing with the best, and with all
that he has maintained a reputa
tion for strict integrity, business,
official and personal, whicn
makes his simple word a braid.
His attitude on any public ques
tion has come to be regarded as
the nation's guarantee of life.
Raymond Poincare merits the
charge of being the most insig
nificant figure in Paris, because
he is totally without social or
physical graces. He is small of
stature, wears a beard that can
not be called anything but
scragly and is getting bald. He
looks like a second rate pawn-
I broker or a cab driver.
Woman's Beauty is
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The headaches, the lassitude,
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do habitually conduce to this
trouble. They do not eat care
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because the foods are served
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enough. But whatever the par
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These should always be avoided
Tuesday, Feb. 4,1913. '"}
0 RAYMOND I'OINCAItK T
He is 5 2 years old, has sev
eral times been a member of
the cabinet, thrice refusing to
become premier, and his simple
statement is accepted without
question by the whole of France.
Not a breath of scandal has
ever touched his life, public or
MRS. JENNIE SNEDEKER
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