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boy will see that you do not miss a
single copy of The Times. Remem
ber the number, Main 12.
CANADIANS BEAR FULL BRUNT
OF BLOODY GERMAN CHARGE
Ole In a Glass House
When Milt-. Poindexter announced that, as he miw |H.lin. s. n-,. sun.- thinjc for him to do nan to
run on the republican ticket for tli eV. H. ftenate, we all expected that Hie »t«nd-pat Perkins pn|>er*
would roast him.
They roa»t«d him when he first ran, four years k»; «>•<! «''«•> roant him now liKt'AI'KK I 111.
PIUXtIPI.KN UK ItKPKKHKXTH AIUC OI*U>HKI> TO THOSK U Iliril THKV HKI'HKHKNT.
It really Ix notiiing but the Nquaro ihin X for the I'erklns |iA|>ers to do—that is, the Nquare Hilnß
to the hIK, greedy forces which finiiKli them their li-<-«<! and butter.
BIT IT WAHN'T IP TO OI^K HAXSON TO tX)MK TO TA(X>MA A.\l> JOIN WITH TIIKM IX TIIIH
You may have noticed that when Ole criticised Polndexter for liln return to the r<n>ulili<«n pHrty,
he naid he did not know what parly he hiiiixelf would he in for the Ililn camiiaiKn.
Ho if Polndexter is v » ulhvs house. Hie huildintc that Ole oo< ii|>len Isaka, from where we holh
trannuarent anil fragile, and Ole would do mighty well to let the Klandpat pre«H do all the ktone
iliroviiiiK ;>i Mill-.-, that there In to be done.
PORTLAND, April 24.—Clasp-!
Ing to her heart the picture of
Mario Lambardi, grand opera Im
presario, who died yesterday,
pretty Ida Bonora, of Milan,
Italy, wife fide et amore of Mr.
1-anibanli, swallowed (biohlorHe
of mercury in her apartment, lit
203 12th street, Thursday night
at 7 o'clock and In now dying at
th" (iood Samaritan hoHpital.
"1 want to die. 1 want to die,'
Mm murmured again and again
while the Ambulance Service Co.
was taking her to the hospital.
For 12 years she has lived and
been Introduced as the wife of
Mr. Lambardl and the shock of
bis death yesterday was more
than she could withstand. Ex
cept by faith and love no mar
riage rites ever were performed.
The first Mrs. Kambardi still lives
In Florence, Italy, but for 18
years she and the late impresario
have been estrunged.
Was llallet Dancer.
Signorina Bonora was a ballet
dancer. She is 3 2 years old. Mr.
l.Hiiibitrdi was 66 years old. At
the I"i Scala theater in Milan in
1902 Mr. Lambardi first saw Ida
Bonora and engaged her for one
of the dancing scenes of an ope.'a
he was producing.
His admiration grew to love,
and when they sailed for Guate
mala it wits, to the world, as
Mra. l.aniii.-irili She has been
with him almost constantly until
his death yesterday.
"With Signor Lambardl gone,
I am but an embarrassment,'' she
mourned yesterday after she had
left the hospital when Mr. Lara
bard 1 breathed his last.
1-eHves 1t..i1l Well Off.
The tragic attempt of Miss
Ronora Is the first baring to the
public of the mesalliance of Sip
uor Lambardi which folowed his
estrangement with his wife in
Florence 18 years ago, when he
gave her his estate, valued at
more than $20,000.
He also left Miss Bonora in
good circumstances financially,
at his property, including money,
is estimated at $40,000.
<$> RSAL KRATi *
♦ KSTATK SNAPH *'
*'• There are a lot of bar- >:
4* gains in real estate, city, v
4> suburban and country, ills •
4> played on Page 7 today. *
4> You can't afford not to •
••> read them.
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Caught in Our Savings
Are Many Dollars Earn
of 4% per annum. Every
owner of a dollar should
jstart it working today in
our savings department.
PUGET SOUND STATE
1115 Pacific Aye.
P I V W V .^■^■^■w .^b^^^L^. .^b^^^^bS
In the Dairies
UV ML It. A. IHTTOV.
Itrtallerft who lime disposed of diseased MM and do not Ituy
from iMoiliixis who liavt* not done likewise:
Anderson & Olson's dairj. Ili-uokdale dairy.
Oak Grove duiry. (Vntrnl dairy.
I'ii.iui-r dairy. OakxvixHl dairy.
Swlsn Alpine dairy. Hwlh* Alpine dairy Xo. 2.
Cold Spring- dairy. Itoyal dairy.
Itcwi vation <Ulr,v. I'ure >Hlk Hupply Co.
The last stand-pat legislature,
rather than the supreme court, is
responsible for the people's being
deprived of their right to use the
referendum on the Renick, .jitney
and other "emergency" bills of
the legislature, says Govuor Teats
in a statement to The Times to-
He says that where there w:is
any doubt as to the •'emergency"
WBs valid, the court has con
strued the doubt in favor cf the
legislature, and that in this "the
supreme court is undoubtedly
RED FEZ REVUE TO
BE GIVEN MAY 3-4
May I and 4. Put the dates
down now, and keep them clear
of other engagements, for it's a
cinch you will want to be free
on one of these nights to attend
the Red Fez Revue.
The Red Fez Revue will take
place at the Tacoma theater. It
Is a great, big musical comedy
witli pretty girls, tuneful music,
graceful dancing, gorgeous stage
pictures and comedy that will
hand you man) v laugb.
Busy Shriners of tn-3 Afiti tem
ple and their friends have been
rehearsing for weeks with tho
determination of making the Red
Fee Revue the best amateur per
formance seen in Tacoma.
In the hope of finding Mrs.
Charles Ryan of Sumner before
she could do injury to herself.
Sheriff Lougmire today assigned
a deputy and a bloodhound to
scurry the woods and fields in
Mrs. Ryan left her home at
4:30 this morning. She left no
word where she was going, and
no one has s>en he- since.
The family think she must
have become slightly demented,
and are anxious lest she (ell in
a stream or suffer som« other
She has been sleepless and
nervous lately. Up to this after
noon, she bad not be«n found.
Mayor Won't Pitch
Mayor Faweett refused today
to natch the first ball at the
■•opening of the Northwestern
league in Tacoma Monday after
"But 1 don't mind pitching Jt,"
said the mayor.
"The first time 1 caught a ball,
at a league opening," said the
mayor today, "I caught it be
tween my first and aecond fin
ger*, and split my hand open.*
"If the people do not want
their rights trampled on," he
continues, "by having emergency
clauses tacked onto bills which
should be subject to the refer
endum, then it Is up to the peo
ple to elect representatives who
will have some consideration for
THK Molt A 1..
'Now, can anyone tell me what
lesson the parable of the Ten Vir
gins teaches us?"
"PleHne, miss, that everybody
should get married."
The Red Fez Revne is the Joint I
work of two Tacomans. The mu
sical score is by \V. R. Flaskett
and the book and lyrics are by
Edwin P. Keimner. j
In addition to members of the
patrol and band, the cast in
■ hides- Emma If, Laffoon, Ann
Knoell. Marlon Emms, Edith
Johnson, Ruth Fansgrurt, Rster
N. Johnston, Wyona Carr, Sarah
Jones, Adele Helms, Mrs. (Jeo.
Hurke. Mrs. Henry Skramstad,
Mrs. ('has. Evans, Mrs. Walter
Sutter, Mrs. Ray Gamble, Kathryn
Drain, .Miss S. R. Jones, Mrs. G.
C. Nortpn, Mrs. Walter Johnsou.
Mrs. Marjorie Ingersoll, Mrs. Fay
Hammond, Mm. 11. Flemmlng,
Beatrice Emms, Mrs. G. N. Free
man, Mrs. F. Thurston, Mrs. J. L.
Weatherby, Mrs. E. Thompson,
Mrs. O. T. Kiehholte, Mrs. John
ston, Mrs. W. W. Jonea, Virginia
811 cox, Mrs. Spindler, Mfsa R.
Mlnlscl, Ijora Phtllliis, R. C. Cun
ningham, James Ford, A. 0.
Bantley, 8. R. Coates, Oscar
Thompson, Guy K. Llewellyn,
Omar Berry, John Jones, Harold
[ f- c=3 ~ WHEN A MAN'S MARRIED f* i i -r
THE ONLY INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER IN TAOOMA.
VOL. XII. NO. 108. TACOMA. WASH., SATURDAY, APRIL' 24, 1915.
In compliance with the request
of the Pierce County Medical so
ciety, composed of Tacomn, phy
sicians, City Milk Inspector K. A.
Button today issued a list of
dutries that have completely
eliminated diseased animals from
Twelve dairies supplying milk
to Tacoraa have slmiKhtered all
their dIHCHHcd animals. Others
are killing off the tubercular
cows each day, and by next Sat
urday, when the second list ot
Dr. Million will be published, it
i - expected Hint at least :tO dairies
will be ln< hided.
The city won a victory in its pure
milk fight yesterday afternoon
when Police Judge lCvans found
Antune I'o'rtmiin, a South Taroma
dairyman, fttltty of selling milk
from a herd In which the di«
ensad tubercular cows had not
been removed, and fined him fSO.
The city lost In the second
case todny, however, when .indue
Evans dismissed the suit against
I.(Mils Sclin)'iili;iclil«;r, who had
been de|irived of Ills i»ermit to
bell mill; in Tacoma, but had gone
ahead iinyway with the sale.
Inspector Button on Monday
evening of last week visiied
Schoeutiachler's ranch at Spain
way during milking time. He
saw milkers taking milk 'rum
diseased rows and putting it in
city milk bottles, he testified.
Will lie l'rewilent.
"What are you going to do with
that milk?" demanded Hutton.
"Deliver It to my customers, '
Inspector Button revoked
Schoenbachler's permit, and ar
rested him the next morn ing
wlien Sehoenbachler was deliver-
iiiK the milk.
Judge Kv.'uir today ruled thnt
Sclioenbat hl«r should have re
ceived written notice of the revo
cation of liis privilege before he
Yesterday's conviction of Port
man was held hi a precedent. It
was the first conviction in Ta
coma of a dairyman for failure
to protect the public from tubei
The Pierce County Medical so
ciety today sent a revolution to
the city council asking that
Health Officer Wall and Milk In
spector Button be put on "full
time" for the city, with corre
sponding increase of salary, go
that they can give more time to
the fight against tubercular milk.
Replies to Thompson.
"We have no money this year
to Increase their salary," Mid
Mayor Fawcett. "And what's
the use, anyway? We have less
disease in Tacoma now than ever
before in the city's history. The
health office la doing the work,
Dr. Wall today Issued a defi
to J. R. Thompson, who delivered
an address before the Rotary club
this week, and referred to Ta
coma's "freak milk laws."
"I am in this campaign for
pure milk for the health and
safety of the public alone," said
Dr. Wall. "Bvery noted dairy
country of the world, also every
noted dairy state of our futon,
has much more stringent dairy
regulations than we. Quality is
the first element of successful
HANG THEM! VILLA, CARRANZA,
foIAZ; THEY'RE ALL TRAITORS,
BANDITS AND BLOODSUCKERS
IfY ¥KNXKTH W. PAYNE.
NBW YORK, April 24. -
Tlmt is Oen, Victorlano Huer
ta'« jotily cure for the Mexican
With a snap In his voice \n ' a
snap In his eyes, t*» gcnerHl
hurled it at me as I stood before
him in a salon of the luxurious
hotel ftpartmeut where he Is hold
"Tilt rope and the scaffold!"
be jerked out, standing straight
and 'motionless, his sharp, ag
gresaive eyes staring straight
through and beyond me toward
that vague audience, the Ameri
can public, into whose soul 'it
was trying to drive the Iron of
his "blood and iron" policy.
"Yes, I'd hang 'em, everyone
of them! They deserve it In la*.
These leaders all — Carramn,
Villa, Diaz--they want plunder.
Thef want to RULE! It's legal
even in your country to hang
bandits who murder for loot!
You hnn-g traitors. These men
are traitors- —traitors to my poor,
TliHt Is the way Huerta speaks
—In short, keen senteiuen that
cut th»jr way straight to the
heart at the matter.
Ho H steadfast, grim, unafraid
- —ultuont bellicose when he
tlieaks of his "wronged" country
—4>«it a polluted, courtly gentle
man withal in his attitude toward
His courtesy almost paralyzes
the Interviewer, at first. We were
prepared for gruff hostility. It
had taken endless time and pains
to get the appointment. lluerta'n
übiquitous, wily, nervous ngent,
Interpreter, mentor, protector,
secretary and guide—Abraham /.
Ratner—had to be dealt with and
pacified. A pass had to be ob
tained at the hotel office.
Salute*. Thin Htutkes.
Inside, we waited—Artist
Frank Parker mid I— many min
utes on a gilt settee. Then Rat
ner ushered us Into The Presence.
We must have been a seco id
too soon. For a short man with
leathern features, gray mustache,
heavy glasses, and clad in a
brown smoking jacket and slip
pers, scuttled swiftly behind tho
curtalmi of the breakfast room,
disposed of a half-smoked cigur
et —and returned.
He drew himself up with un
impeachable military grace—and
saluted us! Then with wli.it
would have been a half smile on
any other face, his excellency,
the generalissimo, stepped for
ward and shook hands! A soft,
rather fat hand, but a good grip.
He came right to the point.
"It Isn't it revolution in Me\l
<o." the general exclaimed. "It
is just a lot of uprlolngH. Kadi
leader ban a I tint for land and
license. The poor Indians are ig
norant, and follow. Tin- result In
anarchy. Thousands of my |i«h>
ple are being murdered. Women
I WEATHER I
I Tacoma: Probably fair. I
I State: Probably fair. I
The Him sketches of Gen.
Miifi-tit made sine«- I>N return to
AiiK'iir«. Sketched in nhloii
of IliM |ihl;iMhl miII«-, lij Frank
ni-c iM'in s terribly mlmimml. Ami
ull thin Hiiilf in Uf>|>i K°i»R by a
few blooilsui kern, nho fatten on
tho Niir«'s i»f mt |mm.i < <••■ m i-> I
"Ho, nee you, it mu«t be an
llto.N 111 I.X—an iron rule by a
man with a—m h\g Mick. I'd
luiiiK rvfl'tum- Clf tIIOMI fPilotVN!
I'll put 'em on 11 if Kcaffolcl so
<|ul«'k their folloiverH wouldn't
know what had hafipeneil. (iet
'em out of the way, anil |ieace
will come back to my country
mi .on enough!
'•Km first of all must come tin
iihilUml fist, who will put down
ilh'm- endletiH riots; "
The" Interviewer opoke of "lib
erties of the people."
"Liberty!" Interposed Ratner,
who was Interpreting. "The h—l
with liberty! .Mexico isn't Amer
ica! The people are ignorant.
They must be KI'LKD!"
"Do you endorse, this idea?" I
"SI!" he snapped. "Si. es nil
opinion. Perfectamente! Adios."
Table Klicmlng How Files Multiply in Three Short Months.
June 1 One fly Jays 120 '
June 10 6d files Uy 7,200
June 20 3,600 files lay 432,000
June 30 216,000 fllee lay 25,920,000
July 10 12.960.0ti0 files lay 1,656.200,000
July 20 77 7.600,000 files lay 83,31 ?,000.000
July ::o 46.656,000.000 flies lay R,598.720,000,000
Aug. 9 2,799,360,000,000 flies lay.. 335,923,200,000,000
Aug. 19 167,961.600,000,000 lay 20,155,392,000,000,000
Aug. 29 10.077,696,000,000,000 lays. 1,209,323,520,000,000,000
LONDON, April 24.— The
bloodiest righting slnre the battle
of Nuuve rhopelle is now la
progress between Yjires and the
Kein forced by troops with
drawn from the east I'rusrilan
front, the Qermans evidently
have renewed the attempt to
hack their way through the allies'
lino to Calais and Dunkirk.
HHttlluK over low country al
most unprotected by woods and
other growths, ibe contending
armies are renewing the wt'iies
of last fall when the soil of Klun
ilitm wan drenched with blood.
Official reports *ay the Cana
dian troops bore the brunt of the
(ierman drive across the Ysi-r
which advanced the eneuiy'H line
Outnumbered but far from be
ing outfought, Hi*. Canttdlnn
troops covered themselves with
glory. th« German official <Hs
They gave ground only when
overwhelmed by number* and
threatened with Huffocatlon by
A forerunner of the city hew It >i
department's fight against flies
occurred In police court, where
JiiHtlce Evans this week fined
Henry Nelderhaus, a stableman,
$10 and costs for not placing a
fly-proof net over his manure
It was the first conviction o(
the season under the "swat the
fly" crusade of the health office.
Nelderhaus has appealed the c-as«
to the superior court, declaring
that manure Is healthy and that
the city had no right to force a
covering over it.
Dr. Wall made preparations to
today to appear before the school
board early next week and ask
co-operation from school boys In
the fly campaign.
"It won't cost hardly any
thing, with the bays acting as
assistant sanitary inspectors,
making fly traps, and rebaitlng
them," said Dr. Wall.
"I have no doubt that - the
schools will c glad to join la
the fight against flies, merely for
the educational value of the <tu