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Tuesday, May 28
PIMM.HAM STARTS SHARP AT 8:15
24 Rounds Bo™° 24 Rounds
TWO MAIN EVENTS
SLX ROUNDS EACH— —SIX NOVUM EACH
I rank I.hih.m of Kii|H»wsin vs. Jimmy Dairy of Portland
Marty Foley of Tacoma vh. Billy Wright of Rock ford, 111.
Ttiiightj Wing of Portland vs. Frank Pete of WilkesOn
_ Harold Jones of Huston vs. Joe Hill or Fort I**ton
Jack Hartford of Tacoma vs. Kid Peterson of Seattle
General admission, f1; Reserved Seats, $1.5(1; Ringside, $2.
TICKETS FOR SALE
Price's Pastime Pool Hall; Keystone Club, Hi In., k Bros.;
Alford's Cigar Store; Annex, O'Neill « Young; Vanney ft
Cenghlin's; Booby's Clgur Store; Frank Yorkthelmer, South
Tacoma; Tilllcnm Club, cor. l_ttJi and Pacific aye.
Fj^^L2_J __■_! L-L-j ulmjuezl]
Today and Sunday. Matinee Saturday & Sunday
MARTIN HECK PRESENTS
WITH FRANK HCR.ST AM> TED BONFK IN A KALI I DO
SCOPE OF IIANCE, OOLOR AND SON«
MI'NIC A.NH LYItICS BY CHARLES MiCAItItON
WHITFIELH-IRELAY!! j (XL, "Th«> Itelle of Biiigville"
ETHEL AR\(>Ll> * EARL TAYMIIt iiV~*'l*u« Out"
By Blanche Men ill
Joveddah, the Rajah & Co.
Tho Master Minds of Mental Mysticism in Telepathy and
PACL GOKDOg ANI> AME RICA, in a Cycle of Surprises
MARt.OT FRANCOIS * PARTNER, _*9t-tU_W __**__&. on Stilt*
Orpheuin Travel Weekly Oi-plieum Concert Orchestra
IN "LET'S PRETEND," BY FRANCIS NOKOSTHOM,
ASSISTED BY JOSEPH McCA LI/ON
Prices—Evenings, 3."ic, 50c and 75c. Matinee*, 25c and 50c.
Avoid |ii-,.|i|...iiiiin. in , liny Scats Early.
Tlie Orpheiiin Season Conliiiiicw I ntil the Middle of June.
STARTING 4 J
SUNDAY DAYS I
IN ANOTHER PROVEN SUCCESS I
From Maximillian Foster's novel of the same name. I
In this picture you will find a little of everything that has made I
her "The Darling of the Screen." I
Open Office to Boom
Recruiting for Co. F
A recruiting office for Co. F, |
3rd regiment Infantry of the na
tional guard, under the command
of Capt. Harry J. Winsor, has
been opened at the Bankers TrUst
building, 1111 Pacific ay. The
recruiting campaign now on will
last until June 1. By that time
the company must be recruited to
full war strength, when it will be
mustered Into the federal service.
This company Is not for over
seas service, but to provide a uni
formly trained and equipped re
serve to be called to action only
in case of emergency.
St. Paul's Lutheran—Morning
service, Rev. A. C. Ave-Lallemant,
Tacoma Theosophlcal Society—
Evening service, "The New Stand
ards of the New Time," by Mrs.
M. R. Libby of Everett,
Our Savior's Evangelical Lu
theran -- -Morning and evening
services,, O. J. Ordal, pastor.
.Morning and evening services,
Rev, N. L. Hansen,
o o o
Methodist Trinity — Morning
and evening services, Rev. N. L.
Methodist Trinity —- Morning
and evening services, special pa
triotic meeting of the Epworth
league. Jay C. Dorwin, pastor,
The Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter Day Saints—Morning and
New Thought Center Even
ing. "Jacob's Well," by Lela Corn
RiKston Wesley M. E.—Morn
ing, "Fresh Bread for Today's
Hunger," ltev. J. W. Miller.
Bethany Methodist — Morning,
What Our Banner Stands For";
evening, "Held Steady by Life's
Work." Daniel S. Kerr, pastor.
O O II
Bismarck Methodist Morn
ing and evening services, Rev.
Sherman W. Warren,
Immiinuel Presbyterian -Morn
ing service by Rev. C. 11. Little,
former pastor of the First Pres
Epwortli—Morning. "Our Debt
of Gratitude"; evening, "letters
From Our Boys in France." Ed
win N. Askey, minister.
Sixth Avenue Baptist - Morn
ing, "Memorial"; evening, "Van
ity Fair to the Celestial City."
F. W. Wlghtman, minister.
Saturday, May 25, 1918.-T H E TACOMA TIM E S—Pago Three
The advantages of service in
the com pany are given as these:
To yon ii c men under 21 affords
opportunity for training and ex
perience that will be of benefit
later if called to colors.
To men in class 1 of draft not
yet called the same. Men who
have had this experience before
going into active service are prac
tically assured of non-commission
ed officers' positions a< once. Men
with dependents, in classes 2, 3
and 4, can feel that they are get
ting experience that will be of
value later If they are called.
First Congregational —Morn-
ing, "The United Church of the
United States," Rev. Frank Dyer.
Evening, Public Forum, "The
Aims and Ideals of Italy in the
War," by Lieut. Bruno Roselli of
the Italian army.
First Church of Christ Science
Morning and evening services;
subject, "Soul and Body."
St. Paul Methodist Episcopal—
Morning and evening services.
Plymouth Congregational —
Morning, "Opening the Windows
of Heaven"; evening, patriotic
song service. H. E. Edmonds,
0 0 0
Central Methodist —'Morning
and evening services. Joel Vigies,
Fast Congregational -Morning
and evening services. H. C. Ro
sen I iergt r.
Park Avenue Congregational-
Morning and evening service*.
The Church or the Holy Com
munion Morning service, "The
Holy Trinity," Rev. Robert Mc
Spiritualist Progressive Psychic
Society -Evening lecture begin
ning at 8.
First Free Methodist— Morn
ing and evening service?, Rev. W.
Sweddsh Tabernacle — Morning
and evening services. H. Sund
Diseipleß of Christ, Lincoln
Park Christian -Morning, "Our
Memorial Day"; evening, "Rest
for the Burdened Life." Z. O.
Associated Bible Students-
Evening lecture "Earth to Gel
Her Eden Back."
First Methodist Episcopal -
Morning, Communion service:
evening, The Spirit of the Fa
thers." R. H. Schuett, minister
Fern Hill Methodist Morning
"Memorial Address"; evening.
"The Man and His Country." J
H. Berringer, pastor.
TACOMANS IN .
U. S. SERVICE
Edited by Edith Cunningham.
Tacomans having relatives in army, navy or marinas art
Invited to contribute to thla column. News items, extract* of
Utters and personals are welcome. Call Main 13.
Roy K. English Is another
Washington boy who has taken
part in a great submarine fight in
which the Americans have been
He writes in a letter to his
mother that all during the fight
that they could hardly see the lit
tle black speck of the sub. but that
they finally succeeded in sinking
• • ■
Voyle Perkins, Tacoma member
of the lillst infantry, has been
doing much traveling in Fiance
and does not think a great deal of
the facilities there.
He says the men were loaded
in little box cars and that two or
three li'tle snorting engines
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Meet in France
After Five Months
"After five months of long sep
aration, we met in France, and
were together for three days, and
then Morris was transferred. He
is feeling fine and looking splen
did and I am just the same."
The above was the message
brought to Mrs. John Crawford
in a le'ter received here last week
from her son, James P. Morris,
who is in France with the 18th
engineers. The Morris mentioned
in the letter is the other son of
Mrs. Crawford who is also in
France but with the _.".th engi
neers James hud been in France
since last November, while Mor
ris had only sailed in March.
They spent the three happy
days together when Morris w.is
transferred nearer to the front
DID ME SO MUCH
Was Bo Weak He Couldn't J
Walk Up a Scaffold-
Tan lac Brings Relief.
"Since I began taking Taniac
I'm getting strong and hearty,
like I used to be," said A. L. Dil
i lon. a well known mechanic em*
ployed at the Seattle Ship Yarda
and living at CO2 West Mth
street, Seattle, recently.
"For the past lour years," h^
continued, "I have been troubled
with a little bit of most every
thing, it seema to me. 1 have had
•aawiritas. rlieumntii pains nil thru
my arms and legs and my stomach!
was in an awfully bad shape. My;
food would not digest properly an<f
the gas formed by it wonld get
up into my chest and almost stop
my breath at times. My liver wso,
sluggish and inactive and I was
constipated nearly all the time. I
had frequent dizzy spells when I
would have to stop my work nnd
lean up against my bench to keep
from falling, and my head nrhed
so bad at times that I could hardly
stand It. In fact, 1 just hurt all
over, especially bad across my
back, right over my kidneys, and
many a time l have forced my
self to work when I should have,
been at home in bed. Not long
ago I had an attack that kept me at
home for fourteen days. 1 was
so weak and worn-out that I could
not walk up the eeaffold of tho
ship I was working on.
"This is Just the condition I was
in whan I made up my mind from
what I read in the papers to try
Taniac. I have just finished my
second bottle now and have never
in all my life had anything to do
me so much good. 1 am entirely
rid of the rheumatic pains- in fact
1 don't feel a pain of any kind
now —and my stomach lias im
proved until I can eat most any
thing I want and 1 don't suffer
any mors from gas and indigestion.
My appetite is fine, and I have al
so been relieved of constipation
j and headache. I had fallen off
Ito one huudred and forty-two
' ponnds and was wtlll losing, hut I
I have already gotten up to one hun
l dred and forty-seven, have gained
five pound;- and am picking up
In strength as well as weight, right
along. So, Taniac has not only'
relieved me of my suffering but |
as I said before, it hi making me
strong and hearty and I am more
than glad to give this statement,
will, ii 1 hope will be the cause of
others finding relief
lanlac Is sold In Tacoma by
French Drug Co., under the per
gonal direction of a special Tan
lac repressntatlvs. — (Advertise
Ronton for the Range
Wlngate, Pocahontas, Carbon
for the Furnace
Mill, Slab and Forest Wood
1980 Commerce «C
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America—We Love You
America, we love you; Americans.
To honor or salute you, or kneel at
All the mlighty riches on your
lands and seas
Help to make us rulers of world
America, we love you, and our
In.iris are true,
True to all you stand for—every
thing you do;
North and South, united-bound
from sea to sea,
Following Old Clory—flag of
America, we love you; every flag
For the cause of freedom —free-
dom for the world;
Man-hing, ever marching, onward
to the fight,
Spirit of America, battling for
America, we love you more and
more each day.
Strong in peaceful power, strong
in war's array;
Hopes for earthly glory rest alono
America, the homeland of tho
America, we love you, and we
bring to thee.
All the love of freedom and of
That is bred within us. Take us!
Here we stand!
Use us for the glory of our native
— Max Maxwell.
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The Red Cross Smile
It meets you any wuy you look.
The Hed Cross smile.
She wears it with her robe ai.d
It meets you any way you look,
Fluking lil.e sunlight on a
You fish up coin the while.
It meets jou any way joii look,
Tlie Red Cross 6inile.
j Times Goes to Men
I in U. S. Service
The Times was sent Friday to
I the following men in tlie 17, S.
j service: Eugene Mathews, Leo
IKalh. Herbert Decker, Henry
I Christiansen, and Guy L. David
Soon to Open
With applications pouring Into
the headquarters for admission,
selection of the candidates for tlie
naval officers' training school I
which will open In Seattle nt the
naval reserve station will soon be
Men whose examinations do not
warrant their being made officers!
will bo given offices according toi
' heir grades. I
The school is for officers of al
most every branch of navy service,!
with courses in navigation-, in
struction, seamanship, gunnery
A number of Tacoma men have
made application for admission.
Sumner Man Honored
With French War Cross
Lieut. Walter ft. Harnel.y of
Sunnier, lias been honored by tin
French war cross, according to
dispatches received here today.
Harneliv. with another officer.
\,as on duty as an observer in ai
American observation airplane,
i wliiich crashsd to earth as (he
,vrre returning from a tour aorta<
: west of Totil.
* • •
Recruiting Work Here
Brings Big Results
I Navy week in Tacoma has I NTll
an almost phenomenal sitcces. , hi
large number of men answerm;;:
the call every day. Tlie rerrtiitin H
•work of the naval office here, has
sl-iniilated tlie enli.-tmcnts In t'.ia
oilier branches, particularly the
The men who have signed up
[Of tlie navy during the past tare
da.\s are: G. C, Ofstad. X"a It.
i/ist, Elmer J. Emrich, Vivian G
Todd, Harry Lewis Brown, Joiir.
Ralph Uuehler, Immanuel J. Join
mn, To.iy Roisli, Antonio IVr-i,
F.ederick A. Brining. Thomas
i..! 'liuljericli. Thomas W. Levi.-,
iSleplien H. Johnston. John Fiancis
Flynn, Johannes Slettehaug, Geo.
Steiner, Loren Ercel Lake, An
drew 11. Michlit.xen, Ilarolu 3m>
Tacoma now has 13 more volii"
teer "soldiers of the sea'- since thai
following men enlisted with IhS
United States marines; llerbcr'
Andrew Olsen, Philip A. Olson,
Joseph E. Connelly, Orvllle M. VI -
teloe, Louis F. Champlin, Charles
C. Chastain. Arthur P. Mandevillc,
Orville C. Carperffer Leo Hansen,
Roy B. Boyd, Marian E. Judd,
J'ilian Carmlch&el, Chester A.
Sergt. Brenman of the 0, S.
army recruiting office has signed
up the following men: George M.
Kenlston, '.14 North M St.; Joh.i
1.. Mnililis. Mbssyrock; Victor 11.
Kdman, 1220 North Hanson st ,
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.'annffiii Public Libia**-
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The public 1b cordially invited to attend tbo
formal opening of the National Park Inn at Long
mlre Springs, Rainier National Park, on Saturday,
A Military Hop, complimentary to the officers at
Camp Lewis, their wives and friends, has been
arranged for the occasion. A special orchestra has
been engaged and good music may lie depended
Those who contemplate attending should make
room reservations as soon as possible Kates, $.'1.75
per day and up. American plan only. Call or
telephone the Company, ac per address below.
Reservations can not be held later than i> P. M.
Friday. May 31st, unless the Comany lias definite
advice that parties are en route.
Parties visiting the National Park in advance of
June Ist will find the National Park Inn open in
formally, both for meals and lodging. You will
be well cared for and made comfortable in every
DAILY VOVMM CAR SERVICE
The Company's daily touring car service from
Tacoma, Camp Lewis, and Seattle, will start Satur
day, June Ist. Call or telephone regarding sched
ules iii.n rates for this service.
NOTE: Parties desiring to visit tlie Park by
touring car liefore June Ist can generally be ac
commodated at regular rates. Call or telephone
the Company office.
til National Bank of Ta.-oma Uldg.
Telephone; Main ISO. l_coi:ui, v ashing!on.
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WKIk IIKUJNMXIi MONDAY >IA IIMi:. MAY 27.
A Tabloid Conicity-Draiiin Willi Vivian Blackburn, Elwimkl
Rovluiik ami Associate Players
Lulu McConnell and Harry Coleman and
Grant Simpson Kitty Ray
"At Home" "The Wiiiilen and the
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Bob Albright and Diana Bonner
Mary Cook mm !!■■■■■ Late of the
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GastOll Palmer "A S.,i, of Democracy
He Makes Juggling an Art lull. Small Cimcrlcerti
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it is to all intents and purposes fl
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Unlike many business concerns a bank has no bargains to offer
—the services which we have to extend remain the same. We
realize that our best advertisement must be our customers and
friends, and arc devoting this space to the encouragement and
assistance of all movements which have for their object tho
promotion of the best interests of Tacoma.
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