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NT BROKE THE SINK IT THE - WARWICK AND GAME STOPPED , The man who broke the bank at Monte Carlo.bus a rival in the person of ■ subject of the mikado, who make* Ins home in Tacouia.'. ,' . • •.., . .lOne of the roulette wheels at the War wick wn* put out of bu»iness by a Jap last uight m much the him way that his eoun trjmi are doing things to the Russians. B Among the crowd who had been bucking tin lii.ii line all evening wa» an ordinary appearing .lap. He. I iked various small ] amount* on the game and through some ' hocus pom* ma nag* .1 to keep about even. Toward the |d«i he became reckless and -finally threw his entire pile, $14, on the OO on a 33 to 1 shot. Ju*t about that time thing must have happened to the wheel for ii stopped at the right place to urn Up good the Japs hazard and it .Was up to the house to hand him M*l A wild look came over the face of the dealer an he glanced at the wheel and then at the -Jap who looked mildly on and wailed for his money. Finally the truth BEING "MUGGED" FOR A PASS AT THE ST. LOUIS EXPOSITION FT. LOUIS. ' May IS. 'Hi. mis of people are anuing for world's fair panic*. A few aiv getting them. The«e few wish they hadn't asked for them, before they are through. : ..... To begin with, you make a written np plication at the executive office! In thin application, you Millet give one thousand and one good and valid reaeona why you should be a "deadhead." The h'rxt time toineoiie appliexthe term to you, you get iDHd and want to li«k him. In twenty-four bourn* you are-willing to admit its appro priateness. ■ Of «-our»e, for reasons diplo matic, the principal reason why you -want a pax*—tlv»t I",' bemuse you, do not want to par good ninth lor admission* — is not mentioned. "; Well, ' (omebod) finally in<lor*cii your ap plication and you;get a printed order on the Electric Photo Coupon Pass Co. for your picture, on presentation of this orriar and a receipt for $2 for the 0O»t of the photo. | If you have good luck, you find in a. day's wandering t li,» man who will He cept your money and give you a receipt. Moot anybody will take your money, but lh<s receipts are hard to find. N«\t you go to the KUetii, Photo Cou pon Co.'s shop. You h'nd a long line A. Money- Saving Store MF' Cash 'Btifinesf gt&i We 'Bu^ For Cash hmJ We For Cash filSSwM'i&J ■ffi??A r '''"' undersell any lions*; that Im.vs Esy^Hga^g *§8 on ''luc or lse"s ou credit. fcrff J s -- XOere Doing it Too mm?* E-Verjr Day S^l«si«ifl W« •*]] U"' KoIIN BROS. Guaranteed *l \ XwSl'- '^Hffltfl Clotliing. Clothing that gives satisfaction c ■ I m saonaj (>«i k. mli BjM Man's suns at $7.50, $10.00, 112.60, *IM.OO, «lj.iwi r IIOJO, 118.00, |30.00 and IBJO, Youths' Sim-. Long Pants, at >O.tV>, tr $6.00, $7.50, W.OO, $10.00, $12.50 and 110.00. . Boy»' Xorfolks, two and three piece l-6^^^^ suits, $1.3«>. *2.: m. $3.30, $4.50, $5.00 n>l //^^Wfl Hoy-' knee pants i'iom iy. lk>,\^ ovi-vulU, 25». and op. Ik Ml Tacoma Clothing Company Inc. Clot hers and Haberdashers 1342 Pacific A-Vcnue 1342 Engineer's and Architect's Supplies IN'STKI'UKNTS. PAPKRS, TRACING CLOTH, ETC. ' Wlue I*i si i SJpeeialty. GEORGE H. BERRY 919 Pacific Aye. BTATK >N i:K Tok'plume >laln 4.">4 seemed to dawn on the dealer and with an imprecation he began to dig up the gold. He passed it over to the Jap, saying, "Take it you slant eyed eon of I gun and get out of here." Ordinarily ■ .lap resent* be ing called a "son of a Run" and "slant eyed." but this time the little brown man overlooked the insult and smiled blandly. an he walked away with hi* pocket* bulg ing with the night's profit* of th' 1 house. Thi* Jap's onslaught broke up the game and the wheel wag stopped until John Malone could rustle the cash to replenish the bank. Th« wheel will he in operation tonight but no Jap* will be allowed to play. Among the crowd who witnessed the heartrending scene wan a Time* represen tative who, after being wibj*cted to the close scrutiny of the burly lookout at the head of the stair*, passed muster and wait permitted to mingle with the throng of tiger buckers who are not afraid of the felony law and the penitentiary. ahead of you, winding in and out of a brass-railed maze. You reach a nervous rlerk, who seizes your receipt. It bean I tit- number 711. The clerk gi'iilin I metal holder, shoves the numbers 711 in it and pushes you into a narrow paeanajtway. There,•under the electric light, which makes you look green and ghastly, another man > seizes', you, He grabs the number .mil utickit it in the railing, breast-high. Then he yanks you over to the rail, jabs your head up, pulls your hat off and yells at you to "open your eyes." A- you do, you Ma a camera a few feel away, lowered by some electric device; hear the click of the shutter, and before you can net Mini breath you are hurled out Into a narrow hallway. "I feel like a convict," remarked one man, an he pulled himself together. "I wondered if they worked the entire Her tillon svMelil on U-. Hut they didn't meas me our feet. Ml bel I look like a pick pocket or a horse thief in that picture." The pitf*e> are books with 220 coupons, one good for each day of the fair, »nd tiie photo i- on the cover. W. B. KENNY. MORTALITY NOTES Miv Elizabeth K. Smith, wife of Robert \V.;Smith, died at the family residence yesterday morning, HOB North M street, aged 67 yearn. Slip leaves two Mat, Frank Smith and Itobroy Smith, .mil three daugh ters.' .>ii«K Qrace Smith. Mrs. 11. K. Tur ner, Mr-. Kssie Otgood in Taeoina, and three daughters in California, The funeral will be held Sunday morn ing at 10:80 o'clock. Rev. W. P. Merritt will conduct tin- services. Burial will be made in the Tapoma cemetery. California and Muscatine, lowa, papers please copy. The funeral of Mrs. M,u\ Malloive, \ilio died \\ oclut's(U\ . look place at 3 o'doek at si I 't i -Imreh. Burial was in the Rinney cemetery. The remains «f Myrtle A. Johnson, in fnnt daughtei ot Mi itn.i Mrs, Andrew Johnson, were buried in the Oak wood cem etery today, funeral gerricet took plate •I the family middle*, 35'f? *outh Ninth ■IfMl, it 2 p. m. - ' Funeral of Miss Florence <». Row) took Plate Ht 2 o'clock Wednesday from [be First Baptist church. Bui'ml Ms in th« I aeoni.i tenet cry. Joseph, infant son of Mi and Mr- Stan ley Uruexcznaki, died yesterday afternoon. Funeral ■CrViOM were held today, .it the residence, 209 K.i-i C street. Burial waa m the Rigney cemetery. DISEASE SPREADS The epidemic of world's fairist- i- spread? ■ing with alarming rapidity, The follow ing people left today for St, Lonu via the Union Pacific: Mrs. C. O. Johnaoo, Mr. and Mr«, Whetler, Albeit -I. Rhodes, Mis* Kiln Moore, slrs. A. M, Karuett. (ileti l-.il wards, \lr>. K. 11. Moon, Mi-. H. 11. North, D. A. Yates and wife, l)i .1. W. Boamell and F. B. M Hall ami family. The S. P.'s Shasta route attracts'gome and among those booked for paaaage Hie A. L. Meredith. Mi«M Julia 1.. Eager, Mm. Margaret P. Allen, Mr*. K. (.'. Ringer. Among the passengers leaving today foi local points are D. I' Jones and (', K. Wheeler for S;,n Francisco; Mrs. W. I), Spike, Sacramento. THE MARKETS The following prices were quoted by (he wholesale men to the jobbers this morning: MEAT AND PROVISIONS. Fresh Meat.— Cow be#f. 6%@6%c; steer beef, 7V4e; veal, 7(</0c; hogs, 8c; trim med pork, 9<j?loc; mutton, ewe*, "'.;>, wethers, 8c; lamb-, v.., . Provisions.— 12V2@13c; breakfast bason, 12Mt@13e; bellies, fresh, 9@11^40. VEGETABLES. Yakima potatoes, No, 1, $.10; No. -', $25; home grown potatoes, $25(<('27; carrot*. #1 sack; rutalmK'i*, 00c Mick; California cab bage, $2.75; Mississippi tomatoes, $3 crate; celery, 65(«75e dot.; radishes, 10c dot. bunches; lettuce, $1.75 box; Australian onions, 4c; green onions, 12'ic dozen bunches; rhubarb, l2V4c ib; radishes, 10c dot.; dry Chili peppers, 23c lb; cucumber), 11,0091,78 dor.; parsley, 250e do*.; Walla Walla asparagus, $email@example.com box; string beans, 10@12e; given peas, 5@60, GREEN FRUIT. ETC. Apples, cooking, 7.V(<fsl box; Rtldwins, 85c@*1.25; Winesaps, $firstname.lastname@example.org; Ben Da vis, $1.50; navel oraniros, fancy, $2.35@ 2.50; choice, |2.00(»2J5; standard, |1.76(g $2.00; seedling*, $1.80; blood*, $2.50; Medi terranean sweets, $email@example.com; lemons, $2.50 1.00 box; Persian dates. s®«c Ib; ban anas, $2.50(3'3..10 bunch; seedless grapefruit, $3.00 box; strawberries, $2.50 crate. NUTS. English walnut*. No. 1, UHc lb; Chili walnuts, 130 lb; Ganoble, 13c lb; almonds, . 12c lb; pecan*, 12($18c lb; Brazils, 12c lb; filberts, 130 lb; peanuts, fresh roasted, 8c lb; chestnuts, 12(fl3o lb; cocoanuts, 7."'« 00c do*. POULTRY. Chickens, hens, 12H@14c; springs, 20c lb; dressed lurkeys, 20®'.'30 lb; ducks, live, :i Ride on the fast Sir. Orejrhound wb«n going to Olyuipia. '" Till: TA< OMA TIMHS ADVENTIST CONFERENCE The Seventh Day Ad\fnii-t- arc get ting ready for a campaign in South Ta coma. Elder W. 11. White, president of Pacific Union conference, and Elder K. L. Stewart, president of State confer ence, arc among the leaders of the or ganization. The meeting now Mug held is the an nual conference for the election of officer* for the extending and development of th« I work nt the church. Among the more prominent workers who Hill attend are: 11. \V. Decker, president Portland Sani tarium: Klder <:. A. Snyder, Walla Walla; Professor .1. 1.. Kay, president of Walla Walla college,-and F. L. Bunch, firan.l Ford Academy, Oregon. Meeting* each day for the public will be held at 10:20 1. m. and 2:30 and 8:00 p. m. Alter a three week*' conference a mm : mci school will be established for the training of church workers and will con tinue nil week* longer. . The pivotal points on which Ihe religion* belief of this body rest« are the in sistence of the seventh day of the week an the Sabbath and a liflief in the second SCENES IN ISEWCHWANG THE MAIN BTRKEI OF THE CITY. Kl\ KB KRONT AT NEWCHWANO. lie; dressed, Ho; geese, 10@llc lb; dress ed, 15c lb; squabs, scarce, $firstname.lastname@example.org doz. HAY, GRAIN AND FEED. Oats, *26.50(a27.50 ton; bailey, $25 ton; wheat $28 ton; chop, $22.50<vi'23.50 ton; shorts, $"-'2 ten; bran, $21 ton; oil meal, $30.60 ton; K. W. timothy, new, $email@example.com ton; E. VV. compressed timothy, new, $27 ton! new wheat hay, |16@17 ton; new ■!■ *12..10(« 13.50 ton; new-JPujtet Pound hay, $15(n16 ton; middling*, $27 ton; corn $27,50 ton. FISH, ETC. Halibut, sc; salmon, 10@10V4e; ling cod, 4V<o; shrimp, Go; clams, $1.40 sack; crabs, |firstname.lastname@example.org do».; rock cod, 6c; herring, 3c. BUTTER. EGGS AND CHEESE. Butter Washington creamery, 19@20c; ranch, 14@10ej Eastern tub, 21@22c; Cali fornia butter, 20@21c. Eggs—Fresh ranch, 19@20e. MOTHERS' CONGRESS IS HELD IN CHICAGO CHICAGO, May 12.—The national eon ■MM of mothers met in Fullerton hall tins afternoon for a three days' session. More than 300 delegates have arrived and enter tainment ha« been arranged for 1,000. Mr», W. S. Heffttran, president of th« congress, presided over the opening session and re sponded to the welcoming address of Mrs. Ellen Henrotin, president of the Chicago Woman's club. Borne of the subject* to be considered by the congress this year are the national boy problem, uniform marriage and divorce | taw*, moral education, child labor condi tions, literature for mothers and children, mid industrial education m a factor in city betterment. The Sir. Greyhound Is now on the run iron) Tacoiua to Ol.vuini*. *" coming t Chri-t. The latter they be lieve will happen mi, The objects which the "ociety,neeks to attain arc religion* instruction and the e»t£2!i«hment of the health of the indi vidual, PURE FOOD LAWS BEING OBSERVED Tjboma* Mugfinii, pure food ( iomuii--i"ii er, reporti that in his recent inspection of the food xtutt's be round no violations of the law. The ttandiud of milk mppli demandi that it contain 3 ptr cent butter fat. This he found to be the cane in all but a few instance* and no cane did he find any preservative being used. Mr. Jluggins ..ays he is ably supported by the grocer« association in his efforts to maintain the purity and excellence of. food Hi nil*. LABOR UNIONS MEET The Cook*' and Waiter*' I'uion So, 61 and the Butchers' Union No. 238 met last night at Union hall. Preliminary arrange ment* were made for a number of social entertainments. The local union of carpenters met lnfi night nt Parker's ball, TREMONT TAKES VALUABLE CARGO The Boston Steamship company's Tit mont tailed for the Far East yesterday i with a cargo og 15,000 tons of flour, feed, cotton, salmon, machinery and general mer chandise. She took one of the most val uable freight consignments made to the Orient within the past twelve month*. It is noteworthy that many of her ship ments bear the label of machinery The Tremonl took 80,000 Hacks of flour. 9,000 kegs of steel and wire nails; also heavy shipments of cotton, leaf tobacco, condensed milk, bicycles and furniture. I'll, vessel had fifty passengers, princi pall] Japanese and Chinese. THE WHOLESOME CRESCENT MARK Uik -Phosphate BAKING POWDER Saves one-third the eggs Saves two-thirds the money Saves all the worry. At your grocer— 2b cts. pound. PROMINENT PHYSiGIANS'S QUEER DELUSION; HYPNOTIZES HIMSELF NEW YORK, May 13.—At his own re quest Dr. Paul H. Collins, of 408 Central Park Wept, is now undergoing treatment at Bellevue hospital tor the strangest malady, or whatever it might be called, ill.l the physician.* at that institution have ever had to (leal with. He believes that he can hypnotise him self. For long be hag delved into the im-!«iie.« of hypnotism, and it in believed that bis mind has become so imbued with the sub ject M to result in a moat singular im pairment. -•.... On other subjects the unfortunate physi cian it perfectly rational. Physically his condition in good. He seem* to realise that his self-hypnosis is a weird delusion, a nightmare of a disordered mind, but try as he will, so far he has been utterly un i able to rid himself of it. For a year it has haunted him night and ' day. "The end can only be death," he repeats pathetically. And Dr. ' Collins I dreads the very name of death, and, no j wonder, for he firmly believes that it will come to him in a ghastly manner. "I will gome day hypnotize myself." li« i tells the hospital physicians, "into a state of coma, and then be buried alive.'' This dread thought is with him ever. Dr. Parker, head of the psychopathic ward, is unable to state what will be the ultimate result of this strange case. The alienist does not believe self-hypnosis pos sible. To your correspondent he said: "There is do authenticated record of inch a thing. It i- ,c remarkable delusion, more remark able in the Fact that on oilier subject* Dr. Collins can converse sanely, even bril liantly. As for hit- intense fear of death any one would have that who carried con stantly with him the braln-rnking idea that his certain fate- was to "be buried alive." Other members of the medical profession ■who have known Dr. Collins in the past, state that he has been a great student, lias ample funds, and is of a liberal mind and generous disposition. He is a big man, aged somewhere in the titties, and has never married. His mother lives in the northern part of New York state. His brother is in Buffalo. When Dr. Collins went to the hospital he astonished Dr. Parker by exclaiming: "I am .1 doctor, like yourself, and I want you to thoroughly examine me and tell me whether I am going crazy." "What seems to be the trouble?" asked Dr. Parker. And then came the story that reminds one sonic of Jekyl and Hyde. Dr. Collins told how he had studied deeply into ', he art of hypnotism anil had attained remark able success in its practice. He went on: '•Finally came the time when I discov ered that I could sit alone and hypnotize myself. The sensation is indescribable "and decidedly uncomfortable, and 1 realize \ QjsS^> WISH We Can Sell You a Fine CAMERA 4x5, for $4.50 It loads in daylight. It is light and com pact. There are some of them in our show inflow. We invite you to inxpect them, Gailey Supply Co. The Kodak Store. 919 Pacific Avenue. | FOR Neatly and Accurately Fitted SPECTACLES and EYE-GLASSES j SEE I LEMBKE I Scientific Optician j 914 Pacific Aye. Tel. Black 1692. 1 We are now prepared to handle all kind* of Ladies' Tailoring: Parisian Ladies' Tailoring Co. 001-602 Bernioe Building. Phone Red 5230. No Ballot Required Tor T. B. C. Bread It stands UNANIMOUSLY ELECTED by the best people or Tacoma as the most desirable bread for home and restaurant. MANUFACTURED AT 943 Tacoma Aye. Phone James 261. Ask Your Grocer. | that the time will come when in that con dition, which so nearly simulates death, I « ill be buried alive. Tail me, am 1 enx:JyV It was a hard question and in lieu of an answer Dr. Parker suggested that Xi« qiuerly deranged patient remain at the ift ititution until the physician* can deter mine whether or not it is possible to in , some way alleviate the fearful mental tor- I tines he is undergoing. ALLAN JAMIN SHORT. YOUNG LIFE TAKEN Mis- Helen Pratt, daughter of Mr. and Mi- Lonis W. Pmtt. died at the Fannie Paddock hospital yesterday afternoon. Bhe «rss taken ill about three weeks ago ii what was supposed to huve been an attack of typhoid fever. looter brain trouble developed and resulted in htr denl h, D»ce;<«ed was 15 years of age. She has lived in Taooma about three year? and became i favorite with all whom she met. K-i'iri«lly was she beloved by her school aMgociatei her death causes Ueen sor ; row 10 them. .i ;iiii,i 1 ) uulr'billav tlu. ■ ■ A 34 inch Topcoat One of the smartest and most stylish overcoats we can show you this season is this 34 inch topcoat; a Hart, Schaffner. & Marx product of unmistakable : quality. You wont find such a coat anywhere else in town; there's a distinction in it which other makers don't get into clothes. You need just such a coat a 9 this for Spring, and for the cool evenings of Summer; easy to carry on the arm if you like, and always pleasant to be seen in. We show plenty of Hart, Schaffner & Marx clothes for all sorts of wearers. Dege & Milner Originators of Popular Prices for High-Grade Merchandise.' Clothiers, Furnishers and Halter*. I ! 1110-1112 Pacific Aye. Tel. Main 12Si Steamer Greyhound 1 ac fait steamer Greyhound ii no— on th« run from Xacuina to biyuipi.i. 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