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The Times Pink comes out at 4:80 every
afternoon. The Confessions of a Rounder"
are taking the town by storm. Every
body's reading them. Join the band wagon
and be a Pink reader. You'll have some
fan and enjoy it all.
TACOMA IS GUTTING to be some
LOOK AT Ol'R magnificent rain
EVERYWHERE YOC go you step
ln evidence of it.
AM) A HEAL strike at the smel
OCR FOLIC! REPORTER Is got>
ting the swelled head over it.
HE IMAGINES HE Is now a war
THE O.XLY THOUGHT with the
strikers is that they shoot at
the deputies, and the deputies
shoot at them —
AMI THEY LET the P. R. go
out there, walk around, and get
A M»MM>\ ,M HY has finished a
Btory for Dickens.
WHICH CHARLES would proba
bly call a dickens of a finish If
he were alive.
WHEN IT IS not a Dickens fin
ish at all.
I 111 \ SAY THE Chautauqua sa
lute is very unhealthy.
NO WONDER I ..•«• Chandler Im
not been looking well of late.
'TIS HFMOHED THAT New York
merchants have been defrauded
NOW LET VH hear how much
customers of said merchants
have been defrauded of.
O, CIaAKICE, two Frenchmen are
going to fight a duel!
VOILA! SOME poor devil may
be fatally injured.
OR IX)SE THE curl out of Ms
OR PERHAPS — Oh, horrible
thought—perhaps he will get
bis nicely combed hair all
HEADLINE SAYS: ".Many May
ors .May Make City Bright."
WHY THIS HIDDEN display of
confidence in mayors?
WOMEN SIFFKAGETTES made
Governor Glynn of New York
wear a "Votes For Women"
SERVES HIM RIGHT for usurp
ing Sulzer's job.
ALTHOIGH THE FIGHT was bit
ter, we learn the new speaker
of the New York assembly will
WE DON'T RELIEVE Harry
Thaw is dangerous any more.
NOT EVEN AS a press agent.
A NORTH YAKIMA man was
granted a divorce the other day
and $20 a month alimony.
HE DID NOT ask for the alimony.
He did not even want the di
WHO REMARKED some men
didn't know when they are well
ONE M.IN HAS been urn-Meal be
, cause he has no visible means
IT WAS FOR the same reason
that the fellow who stood on
a narrow roof in a gale and
fell off. But he wasn't ar
Mayor Dean of Puyallup has
ippolnted Oscar Olson, city mar
ihal; VV. R. Whitnull, health of fl
ier; F. D. Davis, police Judge;
r. L. Laplante, water collector;
Übert Brightspicer, street sweep
ir; Louie Thompson, wire ln
ipector; William Gunder, team
ster; J. C. Stewart, street in
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. R.
—Department of Agriculture has
.onsented ot allow hunting of mi
p-atory birds ln Washington state
intll January 31. «
Mayor Mottman of Olympla
has reappointed all heads of de
partments In tbe city service.
For Tacoma and vicinity: Sain tonight or Friday.
The Tacoma Times
MY WORD! MERE REPORTER
USES UP ALL THE "H'S"
TO INTERVIEW "HALICE"
' HY fHK MlltK HKPOHTKR.
"Hit his hup, to you to liiiii.r
view this Henglish liHrtreMH who
will lie hat the Tinnnni tonight.
liidja 'oar me?" said the Hedi
lor this morning.
"Vulte so," HI replied.
Hand, don't you know, HI 'aye.
HI went down to the Union depot
this liafternoon hand met Halice
Lloyd, the daiitlest comedienne in
We motored huptown hin a
taxi. Hi think Miss I.ioyd would
'aye preferred a 'ansom, but Hit
couldn't be 'elped. Hon the way
hup HI hexplaiued my mission,
telling 'er 111 was a reporter.
"Fawncy now!" said Halice,
with linn hamtißed smile. "Well,
Hi was born hin Hengland, HI
sing songs, HI like Tacoma, hand
hall that sort o' thing. .Hand Hi
think Rynier Is a beastly nyme for
your beautiful mountain. There's
hinformation —eh, what?"
"You're a ripper, pon Honor,"
HI hassured 'er. "But do you
prefer variety—this music 'all
stuff, don't you know —to the
regular musical show?"
She broke hout hlnto lawfter.
"Ho, has you Hamericans sye,
'HI should worry," spoke Halice.
"A soy in variety his has good
has a pound in hanything helse.
My word, yes."
Then 111 shot my pet question
hat 'er, one HI 'ad been saving
DUCHESS LP IN THE AIR
LONDON, Jan. B.—The Duch
ess of Sutherland, accompanied
by Slgnora Marconi, made flights
FIRE AT CAPITAL.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 8.
—A supposedly Incendiary fire
early today destroyed William
Gait company's hay and grain
warehouse with $300,0000 loss.
Three firemen were hurt.
While your children are
learning at school, don't
fail to teach them habits
of thrift and economy at
home. Encourage them
to bank their pennies.
An account in our bank
is an education in busi
ness methods and sys
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[ MONTH VOL. XI. NO. 16 TACOMA, WASHINGTON. THUKHDAY, JANUARY 8, 1914. EDITION,
"Miss Lloyd," HI asked 'er,
lias hour chauffeur nearly ran
hinto a bally train, "what his I
your hides of Mrs. Pankliurst'.'i
Don't you fawncy she cuts up
"Rather," hadmitted Halice.
"Hill Ii -nt in it some hof 'er deeds
'aye given me a hit of a turn. |
When she gets started, she's hout j
for no end of a row, hand don't
you Jolly well forget it!"
"Hare you, then, a suffraget?"
Halice smiled sweetly.
"Oh, HI say, hisn't that a stun
ning gown that woman his wear
ing! Hi must get one like that,
you know." Hand she pointed to
a well-dressed woman coming
down the Btreet.
"Quite ho," Hi admitted, van
By this time we 'ad harrived
hat the 'otel.
"My word, but the fresh hair
'as given me a fairish happetlte,"
said Halice, has she prepared to
hallght. "Won't you come hin
side hand 'aye a cup of tea, Mr.
Hi declined with thanks, be
cause lilt made me mad.
For one thing. Hi never drink
tea. Hit Is too blooming weal*.
Hand, believe me, Hi oln't no
journalist—so 'elp me Bob, Hi
In Maurice Farman's biplane pil
oted by Grahame-Whlte at Hen
don this afternoon.
PASS CHRISTIAN, Jan. 8. —
President Wilson greeted Ben
Williams, venerable negro body
servant of Jeff Davis, scattered
candy to children and started his
anti-trust message Wednesday.
The Last Leg
RAVENNA, N. V.. Jan. 8. —
Four hours behind schedule, Gen
eral Rosalie Jones and her suffra
gette army left here today on the
last leg of her march from New-
York to Albany. She expected to
reach the capital before night.
Only 10 Cents
MILWAUKEE, Jan. 8. — The
new eugenics law has practically
put an end to marlage licenses
and weddings temporarily but one
county clerk says he will record
common law marriages for only
10 cents, thus cutting out all li
cense fees, and ministerial tips.
WASHINGTON, D. 0„ Jan. 8.
—Gen. Wood reoommenda *;:,
--000,000 for field guns for the
army and $3,000,000 for tbe mil
itia, saying tbe country ia unpre
pared for war.
ALL AHOVT WOMEN!
FOR THE MEN TO READ!
Men: Do You Know
Women: Do You Know
"The Emotions of Wom
en," a Series of the Most
Penetrating, the Most Bril
liant Contributions Yet
Made to the Subject of
"Woman's . Nature," Will
Begin to Appear in This
Paper Tomorrow. They Are
From the Incisive Pen of
Winnie Lee, Our Noted Staff
In these papers, for the
first time, is set down "the
why" of the seemingly un
answerable "things that
Why woman cries "with
out any reason" is told.
Why woman gets angry at
a per-on who takes her part
against an abusing husband
Why woman screams at a
mouse, but. will make he
roic sacrifices for love Is
WHAT WOMAN'S FNAC
A.\D SIGHS STAND FOR
All Theße "Emotions of
Women" —and Many Oth
ers, Too —Have Been Laid
Bare for Our Readers by
Mrs. Lee" in These Papers.
The First of Them, Enti
tled "SHADOW LOVE,"
Will Be Printed Tomorrow.
"EMOTIONS OF WOMEN!"
HY WINNIE LEE!
DON'T MISS THEM!
HANCOCK, Mich., Jan. 8. —
President Moyer of the Western
Federation of Miners was on the
>erge of collapse when he arrived
here at noon today. The wound
in his shoulder troubled him
more than was expected and tho
strain of the journey told severe
BIG BANK IS
WASHINGTON, D. C. Jan. .
—The First National Bank of
Fensacola, t Florida, was closed
today by orders Trom the comp
troller of currency. Bank Ex
aminer Goodhart placed the
charge against the institution.
The bank .was capitalised at a
half million;, dollars. It corrk-d
deposits of $1,350,000. Dullness
of the lumber market and with
drawal of deposits is said to have
caused the failure.
HERS HAVE AEROPIaANE
PRESIDIO, Jan. B.—Fighting
at Ojinaga ceased again today.
It is said this is because the reb
els are nearly run out of am
munition. With a slackening In
rebel activity, the Ojinaga garti
ron at once became more aggres
sive. An El Paso telegram said
that an aeroplane has been smug
gled across the border for use of
the rebels at Ojinaga. It has not
yet been seen from here.
Pleading guilty to the pharge ot
having broken Into a room ln the
Bodega hotel, Donald Phillips
wag yesterday sentenced to from
one to 15 years In the state" re
formatory by Judge Clifford.
Alleging that he haa no visible
means of support, Deputy Prose
cutor Askren Wednesday filed a
vagrancy complaint In Justice
Evans' court against R. H. Keleey.
Angele l.ynburner was yester
day committed to the Western
Washington hospital for the In
sane following a hearing before
the lunacy commission.
KANBAB CITY, Jan. B—David
Clement, prominent millinery pro
prietor, hiccoughed himself to
DEPUTIES AND STRIKERS
IN A TERRIFIC BATTLE!
Following the death of one of
their number last night, shot
down hy n Hhurpeliootei- while
calmly watching the terrific hat
tie betWWg strikers and deputy
sheriffs, _.-,ii striking ore handlers
of I lie Tacoma Smelter coni|MUiy
held a s«'«-rel meeting today, weiv
given the bucking of i lv- Westfrn
Federation of Mlncrm, und organ
l/.««l for n fight to the finish.
Thomas Kelley of Anaconda,
Minn.. an organizer for the West
ADVISES MEN TO STICK
Reiley excluded reporters from
the meeting today at Sokol hall.
It was understood that he advis
ed the strikers to remain firm In
their stand, and assured them ot
every support that the Western
Federation could give them. Ho
j cited the Instances of the Trini
! dad, Colorado, and Calumet.
I Mich., strikes, now In progress,
las instances of the strength of
the Federation. Reiley declared
j that this was the first time in the
| history of the Federation that a
; union had been formed of men
| already on strike, but that an em
| ergency exists in Tacoma and tha'
BATTLE WAS FIERCE ONE
Last night's battle on the hills
surrounding Huston and the TtV
coma smelter was the most flercw
of Any scrimmage since the strike
1 began. It wag estimated today
Iby Sheriff Jamieson, who re
mained at the smelter all day.
that nearly a thousand shots had
Strikers remained In ambush
j behind (dumps aud logs on the
iteep hills overlooking the smel
ter plant. Whenever the scare!. -
lights of the plant were turned
RUSTON QUIET TODAY
Toilay a Rquad of 200 armed
deputies, marching close together,
went through streets, alleys anil
yards in the Slavonian colony of
Huston, where the strikers live,
searching for empty cartridges.
Tlie search was made by order of
Sheriff .laniieson, In order thai
the officois might acquaint thetn-
MtjvM with the nature of the
MPI used in the strike camp.
Strikers did not gather on the
stieets today and the town was
HOW STRIKER WAS SHOT
Andrew Aronke, member of
the "striking smelter workers out
at Ruston, In dead i«.«ln> M the
result of it bullet from the rifle ol
an unknown Nhar|t*h«>oter sta
tioned at the plant hy order of
Sheriff Jamieson for the protec
tion of the smelter pro|ierty.
Aronke was struck some time
between 11 and 12 o'clock last
night during a fussllade !>«■! wtrx n
the sheriff's deputies and a crowd
of strikers in which over 1.00
shots were exchanged, endanger
ing the lives of several residents
of the town. Aronke was
standing on a promotory over
looking the smelter and the Goss
im. W yards watching tlie battle, lt
is said, as a disinterested |ierson.
He was unarmed. During the
firing he received a mortal
wound in the abdomen. Crawling
on 'o- hands and knee-. 800 feet
to tlie slore of V. Krur.ich, 11Mb
and Orchard wt reels, an ambu
lance was summoned to take the
iiijin i'it man to the Taroma Gen
eral hospital, where he died late
Aronke, who is an Austrian,
came to Tacoma six months ago
GIRL HAS CLOSE CALL
Citizens of Ruston are up in
arms as the result ot the promis
cuous shooting laat night, ln
which not only property was en
dangered, but tbe lives of the
residents jeopardised by stray
bullets. Mrs. G. W. Pipkin.
North Orchard street, com
plained to Town Marshal Tom
Boy d this morning that her
FEWER DEATHS HERE
WASHINGTON, D. C., Jan. 8.
—The state of Washington has
the lowest death rate of any state
In the Union, according to censu.
statistics for I*lß, made public
today. IU rate Is ■ f-lOthe per
thousand. New Hampshire haa
cm Federation of Mina'rs, n«l-1
dressed the meeting. Il«' arrived
in Tucomu from the Montana mine
tl.'M last night, and took active i
charge of the smelter Ntrike sit
nil ion today. Application for vi
local (ImiHT to the Western Fed-j
ci ii Mi in was made hy il» smelter i
strikers today, und they e\|»-<i
to lie duly organized as members
ol the federation, with Hie buck
ing of one of the largest lalior
unions In the world, within eight
radical action was necessary.
Strikers, including their lead
er, Lee Reckler, applied at the
smelter timekeeper's office today
for their salary for December,
and were refused. They oxpei t
their pay on January 10, howevei
Several of tho strikers were asked
if they wanted to go to work, it
le reported, ana some of the men
lesiuued their duties today. Oth
ers of the strike body declared
that they would speedily convince
them of their error, and that th •
striken who had returned to
work would be on strike again to
on the hills, do7.ens of white
l.ices would disappear behind the
nn in lis, and the gleam oi revol
vers and rifles would be seen.
Russell Han by, a foreman in
Ihe smelter plant, was fired upon
in the stieets of Huston at TiM
o'clock last night as be was walk
ing down fi Ist street to his work.
Han by is employed on the night
shift. The shots, about eight in
number, (MM fr«>m mm a ra
vine that splits the town of Kus
| ton In two.
There was much cross-fire las:t
night, bullets flying in all four
directions of the compas. The
strikers were camped on three
bill:, overlooking the plant, and
poured a rain of bullets Into
every part of the smelter. Depu
ties stationed at the entrance to
the sni'-ltei- aud inside the plant
returned shot for shot. An •>•
Miiination of the fences and
houses on the hills above the
plant today showed dozens of bul
to work at the smelter. He Joined
the striking workmen when they
went out six days ago. The dead
man leaves a father, mother and
brother in Austria. He boarded
at the home of Antone Stanich,
5220 Court street.
daughter Mareane hod a narrow
escape from death last night. The
girl went to the front i^rc.h when
she was startled by a volley of
bullets that fell all round her.
She rushed Into the house for pro
Armed deputies from the
sheriff's office and deputy town
marshals began patrolling the
streets last ntgbt after the fight.
the highest, with 17 I-10 deaths
per thousand. New Orleans and
Albany, New York, are tied for
the highest city death rate, with
20 4-10 ths deaths per thousand.
Suicide Is more popular In Ban
Francisco than elsewhere ln the
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Axel Johnson, a laborer, was
probably fatally injured at 2
o'clock this afternoon while work
ing on tho excavation of tbe new
Dave Gross building, l.th and C
streets, when an avahimhe of 10
tons of earth fill upon biiu. The
laborer's head was terribly crush
ed and it was several minutes be-
TRIES TO DIE
Thought to have been despond
ent over his failure to get work
and Inability to pay hiß room
rent. Chris Lazroff, a Bulgarian,
aped 30, shot himself twice
through the breast today at the
Victoria hotel, 1316 1-2 C street,
nnd was removed to the county
hospital In a serious condition.
According to one of the pro
prietors of the hotel, Lazroff
owed over a month's rent, and
had been out of work for some
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. B.—
William M. Melton, who met
death with Mrs. Mary Cox of San
Francisco and her daughter.
Florence, age 16, in a triple
shooting in Los Angeles Tuesday
night, sept to Mrs. Cox $100 and
the message, "Come to me and
be married," according to the
declaration today of Mrs. Joseph
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fore fellow workmen could extri
cate him from the mass of earth
and stones. . Johnson was re
moved at once to the St. Joseph's
hospital, where little hope was
expn..-ed for his recovery.
Nothing could be learned about
Johnson this nltcrnoon. It is re-'
ported that he Is married and haa
It was 1..-i/.roi I ** habit to retire
late and arise about noon. To
day he did not come down, but
shot himself shortly after 12
O'clock. He was fully dressed,
and had evidently prepared to
take hiH life deliberately.
He left a long h-tter of seven
rages written in Bulgarian. He
had lived at the hotel over a year,
and was not noted for hte prodig
ality when he had the money to
Hospital authorities think there
Is a fair chance for his 'recovery.
Graves, Mra. Coj'i mother. "The
money arrived here In the form
of a check," she said, "and
reached my daughter on the
Tuesday before Thanksgiving.
She was very happy over Its re
ceipt nnd decided to go to Loa
Angeles at once. My daughter
never knew Melton waa a mar
ried man. He deceived ua all."