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Saturday, Feb. 25,1911.
FOR HIS SON
"He Is a hard working boy,
Judge, and stays at homo nights
when not working," said Mr. Hol
land as he stood before Judge
Chapman yesterday pleading for
his 16-year-old son.
The boy last summer burglar
ized a couple of houses. His
younger brother tried to pawn a
couple of watches and he was
caught. Judge Chapman sent the
■lad to the training sohool at Che
"What kind of an a,p.petitie has
a bull that can eat more than hl«
value in two months?
Milton seems to have such a
bmnd and raised four of them
The iplacld Berenlty of Milton
was disturbed by four roving 'bulls
some months ago. The county
finally corralled them and sent,
them to Caratens. Carstens fed
them and after two months
Yesterday they asked the com
missioners to pay $84 for feed
In excesß of the value of the an
iiiiHK That ils Caratens killed and
the carcasses and they Bay
they did not bring a» much by
$S4 as they ate up in two months.
Now what do you think of that?
A delegation of club women ac
companied Pure Food Inspector
Miss Allstrum on a tour yetser
day. They found kitchens of
many Taooma hotels and restaur
ants in fine shape.
The Puritan restaurant on C
street was found to "be dirty; the
Oriole candy kitchen had a leaky
roof and junsanitary surroundings,
fend a few places at tho public,
market were found where the Taw
■was not fully observed.
The women were greatly pleas
ed with the improvement In oon
dltlons since their last tour, how
St. Jean's Orchestra for good
dance music. M. 7390, A 390. **
Whcu you get that, get
Something better yet—
Slayden's Lung Balsam—
902 Pacific aye.
|j TI ""' JLLN3-— I The Wise Work-
H' • - ingman and His
- "*** m WSsi. 1 Thrifty wife.
1 - ifaJßL—^ jsi ":^^ ' look with pity nt tli'' families
v • 1| —— who have really never added
MMMi " I S vl up their huge pile or rent re-
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SCANDINAVIAN /AMERICAN. DANK, 1 OF TACOHA
THE OFFICE BOY SHOWS UP
THAT STAGE ENGINE
(By (tie Office Boy.)
De Dig Bokb sent me down to
de Majestic teater to find out how
dat train looked behind de scenes.
Cause he said them train whistles
sounded like a good imitashun
Bo him. So I goes up to de main
squeeze at de teater an tore him
dat I wanted to go back an watch
de w:heels go round, but he says
nix. So I tole him dat de Boss
on de Times had sent me, be
cause de big noise reporter was off
his feed. Den de guy let loos a
big grin, an took me back where
I could nee the black Btuf hang
on de ladies' winkers, an tole me
to help myself, well one man turn
ed a wheel an made de air go out
of a horn, dat was de wind, Deu
AT THK TACOMA.
"INiJly of the Cirrus" Smiiluy.
A conflict of emotions, wherein
all that is hnteful is arrayed
against all that is «rood, is the
theme of the delightful comedy
drama, "Polly of the Circus,"
which conies to the Taconia the
ater Sunday and Monday.
Circus life is depicted, three
scenes showing a ring perform
ance with a regulation size ring
bank, the outside of the tent,
known aa tho "pad" room, where
the actors limi'uer up, and tiie rear
of the tent, showing the circus
going away at night after the per
formance, while the other scenes
are laid in the parsonage of Rev.
John Douglass, the village parson,
who falls in love with Polly to
the amazement and distaste of the
village people. The gossip starts
when Polly is take nto the Rev.
John Douglass' home suffering'
from an injury received during a
performance of the circus. Dea
con Strong, a pillar of the church,
is the villain, and does all he can
to hurt Polly in the eyes of Doug
lass, who falls hi love with the
1 injured circus rider.
.lamps T. Powers In "Havana."
At the Tacoma theater soon
will be James T. Powers in the
famous and much heralded pro
duction "Havana." The play has
been praised chiefly on account
of its beauty of scenery and cos
tumes, the humor which James T.
Powers, as the American adapter
of the piece, has injected into the
book, and the delightful melodies
found in the score. Tiie music
Is one of the chief features of
the piece, "which is easily account
ed for when it is known that Les
lie Stuart, composer of "Floro
dora, 1' wrote the numbers.
"The Midnight Sons" Coming.
There are two hundred and
flifty players In "The Midnight
Sc\ns," the famouu Ijew Fields-
Messrs. SThii'bert Broadway theater
production, due here next month.
Joseph Hofmann. declared by
some of the greatest authorities to
he tlie greatest living pianist, and
the true successor of Anton Rub
instein, will be heard Tuesday ev
ening at the Tacoma Theater un
der the direction of Bernice H.
How about your stationery.
Better order a . fresh batch for
next week. Bartoo Printing Co.. .
dere was a curtain wid a lot of fine
pa,|>er on it fixed over de station
dore, bo dat ever time de dore
opened de paper fell off, dat was
de snow. Anoder man blew a
horn wat looked like a cannon
firecracker wid do red paper tore
off, flat was de train whistle, deu
a guy pulled a electric lißht ncros
on a cloze line, dat was de train
head light, an ■ b\.i box wld a real
train bell an a tin box of shot
rattlin back and 4th on It, was
yanked acros de flore, dat was de
Gee dat sure was au oypopener,
an all dem guys nitin down front,
tinklng dey was lookin at de real
ting;, wld a sure nuff inglii back
! Miss Gcorgic Olp, as Polly, in
"Polly of tho Circus," at the Tu
coma theater Sunday and Monday.
Newell. As the. fourth attraction
on the Artist Course and the only
great pianist booked for the season.
| MAJESTIC : ~ J
The main feature at the Majes
tic next week will be the sensa
tional piano playing of David
Schooler, "the boy Paderewskl,"
as he is called. Tho son? and
dance act by Joe Whltehead ■will
be another b:,g feature. The Six
Cypsie Singers in their grand
opera act; Bobby Pandur, the. sec
ond Eugene Sandow, in his re
markable feats of strength;
Charles Murry, in a funny sketch,
and John Hamilton in artistic pic
ture studies, are the other acts.
Comedy motion pictures close the
The headliner at the Pantages
this week will be "one oif tlie moKt
Bensational acts ever preesnted in
vaudeville," "The Holdup." Two
trains are part of the scenery.
James 11. Lichner, the "Baron of
the Piano," has a very amusing'
act. Emil Herkel is an artist in
comedy, and the sketch of "Lazy
Jane" is said to be a distinct suc
cess. The Aerial Sliaws have a
novel act and the Variety Trio in
.their song and dance act close the
MAY BE FORMED
What is the matter with the
Episcopal church in Tacoma.
Men of the congregations in a
"get acquainted" banquet at the
Carlton Thursday tried to answer.
It wn« pointed out that although
the city has made great strides
forward and other denominations
have pushed up into great growth
the Episcopal has lagged back and
failed to grow.
Bishop Keator thought more
missionary spirit was needed, X,.
W. Pratt tboiii'giht then needed a
fine cathedral but Dr. A. E. Gold
smith summed it up that the men
are too intent on chasing the al
mighty dollar. He said the en
ergies of the men were going luto
commercialism Instead of rellg-
It was finally decided to organ
ize a "Churchmen's" club of men
in the Episcopal churches.
TO GOME SOON
(By, United Press | Leased Wire.)
i? SEATTLE,.Feb.* —The grand
Jury that, has been sitting for live
days• probing the charges of oar
ruption in the police department
under the Gill administration, con
cluded -^1 ltaX*| sessions* ¥$ yesterday
and tno mo-re ? witneses will ibe
called. It 1b expected that In
dictments • will; 'be i returned : with
in a day or two.
THE TAOOIfcA TIMES*
WIVES TELL BF
WOES 1 COURT
Seven women and ono man were
in court yesterday asking for di
vorcee. Five divorces were grant
ed and the others will come up
Uqouor broke op John W. Fos
ter's home. He drank and then
was cruel and the court gave Ivy.
the wife, a divorce and the three
Jennie I. Jones igot a divorce
from George A. Jones for aban
Mary Bailer was freed from
Henry Seiler and given the child.
He got to drinking, grew cruel
and threatened to kill her.
Minnie Tlall was eiven a divorce
from William Hall for abandon
ment and non-support.
I>ottio Lockwood was granted a
divorce and resumed her maiden
name of Lottie Slason. Non-sup
port was shown, on the part of
the 'husband. Nelson l,o.okwood.
SevilWi Kldora. I'ayue sued for
divorce from John Baxter Payne
for abandonment and failure to
Silas H. Bradbury ■wants a di
vorce from Darlene, because sne
refuses to join him but reuiruns
at Salt Lake, the husband alleg
ing she prefers ono Charles Ber
Ada Stillings has sued foir di
vorce alleging cruelty on the part
of C. O. Stillings.
WHAT'S THE MATTER
WITH LAMB AND
CHICAGO, Feb. 25.—Not in the
dim and distant past, it was the
wont of happy ragtimera to war
"Of all the meat that's good, to
From turkey down to ham,
The one that tickles ray palate
It lamb, lamb, lamb."
But now the song It not popular
Neither Is lamb, nor the parent
meat, mutton. if the prices being
paid at the Chicago stockyards for
sheep and lambs are any Indica
Mutton ought to be the poor
man's meat under present condi
tions, but he either does not want
It or the retail prices are not com
mensurate with the prices at the
A year ago specially fat lambs
sold at $9 to $10. Now at $5.50
they go a begging. Buyers will
not pay more than $4.25 for fine
fat sheep, which a year ago they
were clamoring to buy at $8.
Taft Attends Funeral
of Brave Coachman
(Ity Patted Press Loaned Win-.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 25.
—President Taft and Mrs. Taft,
with many high officials of the
government today attended the
funeral of Edward McQuaide, sec
retary Dickinson's coachman who
was killed here Thursday while
saving the life of Secretary Dick
inson's daughter, Helen, during a
GIVE 'UP FIGHT
(By 'United Press Loaßed Wire.)
CHICAGO, Feb. 25.—Executives
and attorneys for the Western
railroads are expected to meet
here next week to decide ■- upon
their action regarding the inter
state commerce commission's deci
sion. All Indications are that it
will be accepted without a fight.
Celebrated Chinese Doctor
Offers Treatment of Native
Herbs Absolutely Free
To one man or woman in each lo
cality will ba given, froo. a proof
treatment of Dr. Lee K. Chin's won
derful Chinese Roots, Barks and
Herbs. This proof treatment,
which Is offered without ona cent
of cost, has been used in China for
over four thousand years and haß
cured more men and women than
any known treatment now In exls
tonoo. To prove what thl* wonder
ful treatment will do, Dr. Chin Is
offering a free treatment so that the
skeptical may see and tha doubt
ers be convinced.
A cured patient Is a doctor's beet
No matter how many other treat
ments you have, tried; no matter
how many other doctors have failed,
Dr. Chin stands ready to prove to
you at his own expense that Ms
remedies will do the work. Bit !
down NOW and write Dr. Lee K. I
Chin, SO7 Hall Safe building. San j
Francisco, telling him In your own i
words Just how you feel and from
what you suffer most. Ha will than J
send you a treatment prepared to I
meet the requirements of your case, >
and which will convtnoa you that
you are not In the incurable state. ,
but can and 'will be cured. This
treatment will b« sent to you In a
plain wrapper with the postage paid.
Don't put this matter off until to
morrow just because thero Isn't pa
per or pencil handy. Look one up
now and wrlto Immediately. Thl» is
v«i'ii opportunity U> ««t wall. Dtut
Workers of the World
11Y PETER POWER.
YKW J.U' TRKATY.
The Washington announcement
that Taft is negotiating a new
treaty with Japan and that the Im-
migration clause is to bo eliminat
ed nan stirred up a terrific rackol
In labor ranks on the Pacific coast.
Nor does the patronizing sugges
tion of Washington statesmen that
after the treaty has been accepted
' there might be passed a Japan
ese exclusion act if such a law ever
become* generally desirable" tend
to comfort the western workers.
They say that Is alb "hunk."
thrown out to minimize hostility so
the new treaty may he sneaked
through. Then, b) till time the
trust si'iKitor.s got through talking
about an exclusion Bet, a million
or two Japa would be lauded on
tha western shore to heat down
the American standard of wages.'
THIS CHINAMAN A
G. A. R. VETERAN
John A. Hong of New York hns
asked President Taft to make
Home arrangement whereby h*>
can vote. For many years, until
the last election, Hong voted the
In 1850, when he was fifteen
years of age, a friend of Hong's
father brought the boy from China
to ..put him In school in Brooklyn.
Wong never saw home again. Dut
,liig;~tlie Civil war he eot a job on
one of the Mississippi river fight
"I used to have to. pass up the
shells," said Hong. "I never shot
a cannon at the Johnny rebe, but
I holped to load the guns. After
the war I started B cigar store in
New York, and I've been running
it ever since. When I went to
vote at the recent election they
told me I couldn't vote, because a
Chinaman couldn't be naturalized..
"It seems to me a man ought
to have something to say. about
running the government for which
he offered his life. I'm as much
THB LEGITIMATE VAIDEVIM.t; IIOUSI3
WEEK STARTING; MONDAY AFTERNOON', FEBRUARY 27
% Jas. H. Lichter
"Baron of the Piano."
Clever Character "Impersonator.
Fitzsimmons and Cameron
' Lazy Jane.
- Aerial Shows
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Variety Trio '.•
Character Work, Singing and Dancing.„
The Pantoges Orchestra Better Tlinu Ever. Motion Pictures
' EVENING PRICES 15c ana 35<\ Boxes 50c. Matinee 15c.
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/fjffTj'^ffijs/^&^a do tho best dental work In the city
HlyJ'3 I jsT^M 8 and at most moderate prices. Pain
%*3LtWjpiß^^R^M less extracting a specialty, .. .'
' " ' CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK r A
Painless extracting 50« BPEOTAIiTy.;■ .:,-:■ ',;^/;,;
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Best Bridge Work. «5 AH Wor^GaS^teed ""V
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\ WHERE TO EAT TODAY
- iwjPiifipcTilr^L AND
r IYI MJ Ei*J ■ I IV ? OYSTER HOUSEC?:
"^^ : v ; 905 Pacific Aye. : -
"Where Everybody Eata."
;: Phone Main 7926.
/ J' BKIDMORE BROWN CO. .
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Estimates furnished ion all classes tof work.
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CHIXBBE SAIMHtS NOT
J.AHOKIItS. SAYS .11 IMiK.
This blaze- of indignation has
been fed with additional fuel by
the United States circuit court de
cision at New York that Chinese
seamen are not laborers and there
fore cannot bo excluded from land
ing at any American port. Judge
Hand's decision knocks a hole
through the exclusion law big
enough to admit many thousands
of Chinese annually. The. orien
tal steamship companies can clean
up the fattest dividens In their
Kvery ship that leaves Hongkong
or Shanghai can come Bailing
across the Pacific loaded' to the
guards with able-bodied "seamen' '
willing to pay the usual passage
lee for the privilege of working
their way over, then go ashore and
quit tailoring to slave as coolie
laborer* at wages that won't keep
An American worker aijve.
an American as anybody hero. In
fact, I've entirely forgotten how
to talk Chinese."
(My United Pw* I. fused Wire.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. IB. —
Identified by a man who refused
all other information except that
his name was "H," a young -wom
an held here by the- police la de
clared today to he Ilerthu Camp
bell, a stenographer of Lot An
When the girl entered trie po
lice tsatlon who declared incoher
ently that she, had been drugged
and taken to Salt Lake and hack.
Examination by physicians show
thai Him was a victim of some
Humphrey*' Seventy-Seven llrenks
Up Colds aiiil
Accelerates tlio action.
Dr. Humphrey's Specific Num
ber One taken in alternation: ac
celerates the action of "Seventy
If you are pleased with the
prompt action of "Seventy-Beven"
when taken —you will he de
lighted with the resultß when
"Seventy-seven" is taken in alter
nation with Number One — first
one and fhen the other and repeat.
"Seventy-seven" Is a good rem
edy for Coughs, Colds, Grip, Influ
enza, and Sore Throat. At all
Drug Stores, 25c, or mailed.
Humphreys' Homeo. Medicine
Co., Cor. William and Ann Streets,
h£ hs * yyr SjUj If v^ffl Sol pry*^Bj [3 j~j ft J
Sunday and Monday, Feb. 26, 27 §f
.Frederick Thompson Great American Play
POLLY OF THE
Georgie Olp as Polly,
'Assisted by a Selected New York Cast and Five
Big Circus Acts.
A REAL CIRCUS ON THE STAGE
"Little Hip," the Performing Baby Elephant. |
I Horses, Ponies, Clowns, Acrobats, Bareback
Riders, Aerial and Trapeze Acts.
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Coming Sunday and Monday, March 5, 6
JAMES A. POWERS
Iv (ho London (inirty-NVw York Casino Musical I'luy
Wllli Company of Over 100, IncliidiiiK Hie Wonderfully Painty
, Little "Hello" People" Girls.
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