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How about the city-owned telephone aysteiu, Mr. Seymour? •VOL. VIII. NO. 275. TWO OUTRAGES MUST BE STOPPED After Yuan's Head (Ily United PrCU Leased Wire.) PfiKIN, Nov. 6.—Evidence of a desire to lay on Yuan Shi Kal suf ficient responsibility for the revolt to enable them to take his head developed here today in the na tional senate. An inquiry was be gun into a charge that Yuan was responsible for the massacre by Imperial troops at Hankow. It In believed that if it is found his orders caused the sluughter Yuan will lie brought back to Pekln and executed. Willie Hall Will Get a Home Wi'llie Hall, the little orphan boy, who made his appeal for a home through The Times last Sat urday, has already rosponses from a number of kind hearted people, ■who want to Rive him a home. Offers have come from people In various financial circumstances, old and young, residents in and out of town. A thorough investi gation will be made and Willies desires considered before a decis ion is made. COXKIDKNCK STKKXGTHKNKI). "I have great confidence in him." "That so?" "Yes, I had a good 10-cent cigar exposed in my vest pocket the other day and he didn't reach ovor and take It." —Detroit Free Pross. THEY ALL i ALL FOR IT. WOMAN IX CASH OK I>i:ai> POLICKMAH MRS. LOUISE VERMILYA. This is the Chicago woman who figures in the death or Arthur Bissonette, a Chicago policeman. It is suspected that he was pois oned and the deaths of others are being investigated. TRUST PROBE WILL BE IN 'FRISCO PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. 5.— f oderal Investigation and prose cution of an alleged combine of wholesale plumbers on the coast and manufacturers in the oast, will not bo taken up in Portldi.a, according to U. S. District. Attoi- B«" McCutirt today. Th coast organization has Ks headquarters in San Francisco and the investigation will ct liter there, says McCourt. The Tacoma Times BRIDGE AND PIPE DEAL BOTH BAD Nothing wmi done on the IVrkiins bridge deal this morning. The city attorney will prepare the legislation to narrow the street, for Perkins and Seymour, Woods ami Weeks have pledged faith that they will go through with the deal. It will likely come up Wednes day. When HiR HusineHs falls out, the people have a chance to come into their rights. Th<>ro is just one thing for the people in the big fight that has started between Everett Griggs and Sam Perkins. Each may help to balk the other and the people will win both ways. Otherwise they might just as well go up to the Union club and settle It at draw poker, or with brickbats in the alley behind. Grlggs says that Perkins" bluff- Ing Seymour and two commission ers Into making a funnel-shaped opening to the 11th street bridge in order to help himself is an out rage. The major is right. Seymour and the two commis sioners will certainly hear from I the people on that. And Perkins hollers that the Grlggu company must not put knotty staves into the city pipe line. And Perkins is right. That pipe I>'l(> is 100 importniit to In- trifled with. If staves with knots in them arc no «<><"!, Til coma doesn't want them. If they are, though selling for less ill the open market, Taconiu must no get the benefit of it. So go to it, Major. Oo to it, S;mi. The people have made a pretty shrewd guess as to your motive?, but if you both can each can skin the other. "Sic, Mat" ITALY WANTS TO BACK DOWN (IJy I'nifrd IVpkh housed AVirp.) NICK, France, Xov. B.—Advices from Rome today indicate that Italy would be glad to drop Tri poli if she colld leave there with her honor unscathed. It is fear ed by many here that if the real fatts concerning Tripoli became Known to Italy that, not only the cabinet but the throne itself would be endangered. Just what Is actually occurring ing Tripoli is not known. But latest accounts from there state that a fierce artillery engagement is in progress Inside the city, that the Turks and Arabs have sur ioundf>d the Italians on ev\»vy side and are butchering them in re venge for the massacres charged to the Italian troops when tney occupied Tripoli. Snow Falls in Eastern Wash. (United Press Leased Wire.) SPOKANK, Nov. o.—The first snow of the season to day covers the highlands of Stevens county ill Xorthriist ern Washington. In the southern counties a heavy rain lias greatly benefited the fall sown grain Boys Make a Business of Stealing Detectives Geary and Milone Saturday night routed out a clever combine of young boys who have been making a practice of stealing bicycles and then altering them so that they could not be Identified. The boys would sell the wheels to different merchants and divide the proceeds. They had a shop in the basement of one boy's home on Bast B street. The cases were brought before Probation Officer Read. . THE ONLY INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER IN TACOMA TACOMA, WASHINGTON, MOMUY, NOVKMHKK (>, liU 1. MADERO INAUGURATED PRESIDENT OF MEXICO (Uy United Press Leased Wire.) ' MEXICO CITY, Nov. — I.aV lsh pomp and gaudy display ve neered the internal ili- '."ins of a torn and disrupted country^ to day when Francisco I Madero was Inaugurated president of -Mexico with glint of amis and bl^re of trumpets. Thousands lined the streets to watch Hie presidential' carrla.ge pass. No president of any country the size of Mexico has ever ascended to the seat of power in the face of greater opposition. With the alleged conspirators la three.dif ferent plots against his person In prison; with General Bernardo Reyes, lender of an unsuccessful attempt to unseat him,* exiled to ban Antonio, awaiting a propitious moment to let loose the dogs of civil war afresh; with Guatemala threatening war, and with Che na tion.'il treasury bankrupt, Madero drove smiling through the gaily decorated streets, surrounded t>y thousands of troops, beneath tri umphal arches to tho chamber of deputies, where tho lnaiiginni ceremony took place at noon. Seated in the carriage with the president were his brother, nus tavo Madero, and several mem bers of his cabinet. The Inaugural address wgas de livered to 20,000 people who pack ed the square in front or the chamber and wildly cheered Ma dero's promises of peace and quiet i for three months at least. . Slowly the <lik>f of the lower bodM of copgrMt pronounced tiie oath, and, in a voice marccly above a whliper Madero raplled: "I promUa." "Thus may you do," cnme the reply from the head of the doptt titta, "and the nation will rekalld you ; but if you fall, she will auk of you an accounting." St. Leo's to Hold Fair. St. Leo's church Is arranging to hold a large fair at the armory November 1 :i to 19 to raise |65»« 000 to erect a big parochial school for Tacoma. The new school Imilding is to be erected adjoining the church at Thirteenth and Yakima and will lie complete in all Its equip ment. How I Earned My Being One of a Series of Little Histories of How Different Successful Tacoma Men Got Their Start in Life. > » DR. BAIiABANOFF KAHXEI) » A DOIiIiAK KVERX 3 I MONTHS. I There's a stirring story of hard ships overcome in the life ol Dr. 0, P. Baladanoff, a native of I'.ul garla, and how he earned hta first dollar. "I can remember my first dol lar very well," he said. "In our country every hoy is taught ;i trade. When I was past 6 years of age I went to work as an apt prentice in a tailor shop. "For the first year ami a half I didn't receive anything, but for MVUDOCK OBDBfM CiI'AHD XO lIANKOWI i REAR ADMIRAL MUROOCK. I Rear Admiral Joseph 3. Mur dock Is on the job to protect American interests in China. On his arrival at Shanghai he ordered KoO American marines to Hankow to help in the protection ol for eign interests. YVEATH BR FORECAST. Occasional rain tonight and Tuegday. I'pper row—.Manuel Ijouilmrdo, minister of public instruction; Krncslo Miulcro, ininisti'i' of finance; I'ino Nunro/., vice president. Senior row—Kat'iiel llci'iiiindc/, minister of development; Presi dent Mnilcro; Manuel llonillii, minister of public works. Lower row—Manuel <'alero, minister of lonian relations; Man uel Tn|>lr, minister of justice; (ion. .lose Sulas, minister of war and Mint inc. rhc n<\( ,v«':u's service I received *» i. S J remember well ilmt first dollar. .My mother, who was a widow, Mailed us I counted it out to "her," and M my reward 1 got Koine new clothes/ The next year the doctor made $8, which he need to put him through six months of school. Then he went to work for his rohtn and board and continued school fur two years more; then met some missionaries, who told him.'about America. gjo- young Balabanoff worked his way across the water and landed in New York city la 1876 without friends or money. "I was the second Bulgarian to snter- America," he continued, "so 'if, was pretty hard, not know Father Who Killed Babe Will Plead Insanity (By Vnltod Press IiMHWd Wire.) SANTA TIAKBARA, Cal., Nov. 6.—"Da may hanga me for da murder of my leetla Dominkk, but da boy, I betcha heem understauda just how his dadda feel about dis tlieeng." This Is the continual wail today of John Reoh, Italian gardener, as he sits in his cell, awaiting trial for the alleged murder of his two-days-old son. His wife, who is charged with giving consent to the murder, sits on her cot in an ad joining cell and maintains that the high cost of living has unbalanced her husband's mind. Insanity, it was learned today, will be the plea of the de fense when the case comes to trial. Bannockburn Goes Ashore (By I'iilUml Press J>n»e<l Wire.) SEATTLE, Nov. 6.—\Miile at tempting to cross a narro.v pats age iv Eagle Harbor at 7 o'clock this morning, the Hritlsh freighter inllcrag went on a shoal ne.r fort Blakely with a heavy tt :go First Dollar ing the language. I got a job as upholsterer in a New York fur niture store at 10 cents a day," and the doctor smiled. "1 knocked about, ate at the Bowery soup houso, until at last I fortunately met tho only other Bulgarian in this country. He helped me get a plftM at Clinton, N. V., whore I worked for my living and went to school. The doctor graduated from Hamilton college and the Univer sity medical college at New York city. After two years in Vienna he came to Tacoma to live, 21 years ago. Tomorrow Congressman War burton will tell about his first dollar. of lumber. She grounded ,n a dense fog and all effort 3to get back Into dep water fallej. Tho lilllcrag had Just conpii'. rd her cargo of Him her ai i't.rt Hiakely. She was foimui,- me '. ' .;iiiiuckburu. I HOME EDITION '■ Two hundred thousand people will have pneu- I ini'iiln this winter—will you lie one of them? I lintil how to MV« join-self on jingo' 8 of the I I'lnn « tods/. jj PEKIN TAKEN (Hy VMM Plots I-onNod Wire.) VANCOUVKH, H. <•.. Nov. — According (it 11 cable to n locul ( liiih--i- dully |>nprr, tli<* i <-ii. is cnpliirt-)] I", kin yrHt«rdny nftor Iwt'lvo In Mils IIkIiIIIIK. IHANUHAI, Nov. C.—Peruian ance ami stability for the new Chinese provisional govurmntiit piopoHed by II Yuan ll«iik. re cently proclaimed president of fro i Han republic, aro Indicated today with the announcement that V\u V .»? Fang, former nilrlstor to me United States, has accepted the post of foreign secretary under Ask U. S. To Intervene WASHINGTON, I>. C, Nov. «.—The United States cruiser Ches ter left Malta today for Tripoli. w here, It* commander will inwMl- Kate (lie dHt|N of Imrluirouv tie atnieiit of the Turku, made ii^ahivt Italy. Th« state departiiient is re lirenl, hut it is believed that the dispatching of the cruller In a direct result of the appeal made by Turkey to the United Stale*. (By United Tress Incased Wire.) WASHINGTON, 1). C, Nov. (). — Tho Question of the United States intervening In the Turko- Kallan war to prevent barbarities in Tripoli has been put U|i to President Tuft, following lui key's appeal for aid. Although Rodgers Has Now Crossed the Continent (Ily rnlted Press littmei Wire.) PASAUICNA, Nov. 6.—Aviator C. P. Rodgers arose late this morning and shortly before noon journeyed to Tournament park, where his biplane is quartered, to test several parts of the machine that were weakened during his flight yesterday. It was an nounced that no decision regard ing tho beach town at which the transcontinental journey will be officially completed has been reached. It was a small boy on the top of tho bleachers at Tournament park who first sighted the speck soaring toward Pasadena in the clouds to the east. A yell from the lad and the thousands of spec To Hell With the Law A Pacific ave nue saloonkeep er was talking with a crowd in which •Commis sioner was one. "I tell you, Pettit, If ycu keep on you will put us out of business. I was here in '9 3 when times were hard, but there never has been a time when It was as tough on the saloons as it is right now," said the wet goods man. "Do you blame me for all that'" Pettit. "Yes, you are to blame for it all." "Well, how about Seattle, 30 CENTS A MONTH. the new regime. Detail* of tlio poaco terms pio* posed by 1,1 Yuan Ileug ■i.n« reached here. The four mo.it lm« ii'irtant articles are: 1 First —The deposition of, the emperor and his degiadatlou to tho rank of a commoner. Second—That the goveruuionl or tho country bo republican .a in in and Hint it be known an tba i<>l üblio of Kan. i . Third—That a premier be o'c l ed from within the ranks of tUe involution ' , . K'ourlh—Thai a president >J thai republic be chosca by public elec tion. 'i Tin key's appeal took the form of ■ luacllcai demand In the name, of liii.niinlty to stop the atrocities. It Is believed that the United Status will be slow to act. Tho state department hesltuteg to Interfere In tint European .situa tion until the powers directly In terested hcc fit. to tako action. tators waiting to greet Rodgers broke forth In a great volume of cheers that continued until the speck grew out of the distance and finally, mounting high overhead for a time, swooped down to earth — -the world's greatest aerial achievement completed, the conti nent crossed. I MK'M (.11 WITH HIM. "Avd what are the Russians go ing to do with the fellow who as sassinated Stolypin " "Nothing." "What?" "Absolutely nothing. He was hanged and burled a month ago." Portland and the rest of the towns where the saloons are complaining too." "It is all the same; the move ment Is all over the country." "Well, how would you have it?" asked Pot tit. "Why I'd have a red-light dis trict and an open town." "Hut that's against the law," said Pettit. "To hell with the law," said the saloonist. "Well ,you can't do anything with me unless you get me next Japrtog," said Pettit.