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PAGE EIGHT.
IF THEY WON'T GO NEAR THE WATER, THROW 'EM INI
GIRLS OFF ON
AN AUTO
RIDE
The Business Girls' club of the
Y. \V. C. A. today is taking an auto
ride up the mountain road to the
"chicken dinner" place.
Every Saturday during the sum
mer an outing is planned and a
number of features have been pro
vided for the members for dates
during the weeks.
ELECTRIC fans
LONG GUARANTEE ■ milTm
Win. cA. Mullins Electric Co. ma?/?™*.
; THE BEGINNING
: ..-. Do not postpone the opening of a savings account simply be
cause of the ;sm«Hn«M of your first deposit. All things, you
know, must have their beginning. The big things of today were
.little things of yesterdayßemember, we receive deposits as low
■a* a dollar. _■ •-■■•/-; ,■, - _.. .':- "~
40/o BANKERS TRUST CO. BANK 40/o
MM3k:i*:?. ■ CAPITAL «:t00,000.00
BANKERS TRUST BUILDING, TACOMA, WASH.
SAVING
IS A NECESSITY
There is no better way to acquire a compet
ence, a bulwark against worry when unlooked
for burdens come, than your Savings Account.
Our Savings Department will pay you inter
est on your semi-annual balance at 4 per cent.
Good as bonds.
Fidelity Trust Co.
Capital $500,000.
Surplus $480,000.
11th St. and C, Tacoma.
NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY
EXCURSION FARES
M GOLDEN POTLATCH
;• Carnival of Pleasure, Seattle.
Tickets, July 15 to 19. „ Return, July 22 -
■*»,-, %^ncketß/ Berlli}Reservation3, Full Information
{|»/fiS^matltfc.O''B: Foster, Pity Paaaengar Agent, D..H.;Bowan;^Qen.VAgt.r
c Tickets, Berth Reservations, Fall Information
C B. Foster, City Passenger Agent, D. H. Rowan, Gen. Agt.
Freight Department, 926 Pacific ay. Telephone Main 128.
SUMMER EASTBOCND KXCURSION TIOKJCTg. Oa ub for ■amww 4mtm
A- !>• «J«M»rlU»o, AMbUni Ufl«vr»l Fp»n>yr Afest, PortUad On,
Just a Few Suggestions of the Sort of Kodak Pictures We'd Like to Have from Contestants
POLITICAL NEWS AND COMMENT BY
TIMES' WASHINGTON CORRESPONDENT
Tacoma democrats will have a
candidate for governor in the
September primaries, according
to'the present figuring. It is pro
posed to put Ernest Lister iiuu
the race.
Lister is a prominent mill own
er now and was until last year
a contractor. He has had ex
perience in politics and was on
the state board of control unfler
the Rogers administration. Re
Argonaut — Tacoma's newest
hotel. «**
is the only democrat who has car
ried Pierce county In years.
It seems to be such a foregone
conclusion that the initiative and
referendum amendment to the
constitution will be adopted \>y
'.he voters this fall that no one
Boem& to be campaigning either
for or egainst it.
Following the conference or
the progressives of the state at
Seattle Monday there will be a
conference in Tacoma and tlie
progressives in this section wlii
decide what they will do In the
campaign.
The question is being raised
whether ex-Mayor L.lnck is eligi
ble to run for Justice of the peace
in the city, for which position ne
has announced himself. He has
been living all summer out at
Steilacoom lake outside the city
limits. He may have to move
back. .
Now that candidates are begin
ning to file for the primaries tliey
are discovering the iniquity o?
the filing fee In the primary law.
The coming legislature will proD
ably wipe out this filing fee "or
all candidates and give the peopte
a right to run for office without
first buying the job.
Democrats have not yet settled
on a candidate for congiess In
this district.
The place will be held open un
til Maurice L<anghorne gets bacK
to see whether he wants to try
It again. If not Bob Evans,
Charles Drury or some other live
one will be launched Into the
arena.
Church Will Be
Re-Dedicated
The ' Ellm Evangelical Free
church. South Ainsworth and 17th
stß., will be rededicated Sunday
afternoon at 3 o'clock. A long
program has been arranged with
Mayor Seymour, Judge Arntson
and others on the program.
Refreshments will be served at
the close of the service.
9100 Per Place
was paid at a banquet to Henry
Clay, In New Orleans, in 1842.
Mighty costly for those with
stomach trouble or indigestion.
Today people everywhere use Dr.
King's New Life Pills for those
troubles as well ag liver, kidney
and bowel disorders. Easy, safe,
sure. Only 25 eta. at Ryner Mal
strom Drug Co., 938 Pacific ay.
THE TaIOOMA TIMEB.
INSTITUTE WILL BE
HELD AT REDQNDO
The Tacoma district Epwortli
league institute will be held at Re
dondo beach July 22-26 with
prominent pastors of this section
as instructors.
Among the Tacoma speakers are
Dr. Lane, Rev. W. T. Randolph.
Rev. G. L. Cuddy, Dix Rowland
and W. W. Seymour.
I You'll Find
It Here
Tacoma continues to lead the
Northwest In business gain. Hand
clearings for the last week show
a gain of 14.7 per cent over the
same week last year, while Spo
kane and Seattle named but 6
per cent, and Portland actually
lost 6 per cent.
The new private telephone ex
change will begin operating at
the city hall.
Now let the Irish throw up
their hats. Yaklma potatoes
dropped 2 5 cents a sack in price
yesterday, and are now $1.50. At
this rate a man with ordinary
appetite ought to be able to get
enough.
LIMITATIONS OP THE PRESB.
"Say, pop, what does the paper
say about the same between the
Alley Snipes and the Young Dele
hanty'a?"
"I don't see anything at all
about that game, my boy."
"Gee, that paper don't half cov
er 1 Sport."
Other edibles remain about as
usual.
The Far North, th« new power
schooner under Capt. 8. P. L.
Whittlan. left port yesterday on
her maiden trip loaded with
goods for Alaska. Much of the
cargo was furnished by the West
Coast Grocery Co.
The tourist season Is approadh
ing its height, according to sta
tistics from the Commercial cl«b,
which show that many visitors we
coming to spend their vacation
here.
11l Will. KNOUGH AUWK.
"As proprietor of the only ho
tel, the village improvement citato
wants you to Join it In an effort'to
get antoher train to stop Here.'
"What? And give strangers a
chance to get out of town »he
same day?"
Sheriff Longmlre has been sued
by the United States Carriage Co
tor a pall-bearers' coach and two
Berlin coaches valued at ♦1,741.2".
which the sheriff seized upon the
claim of Peter Wallerich.
Judge K. E. Cusbman bas
joined fhe Commercial club with
a number of other prominent citi
zens in the latest bunch to be i
approved for membership. Leon
ard Crassweller, John Martman,
George U Dickson and A. P.
Lausen, jr., are also on the list
now.
When la Tacotna atop at the
Argonaut. ***
THE BAKHER
State News
Washington socialists cast
over 10 per cent of the vote in
the last state election, so will go
into the state primaries this
year.
Teddy Feenstra, 13, of Ever
ett, is 5 feet 9 inches tall and
wears a No. 8 shoe, but says he
will have to grow fast to catch
his brother, who is 21 and is 6
feet 6 inches tall. .
Enid Whitman, aged 2, fell
out the second story window to
the pavement below at Spokane,
but clung to her rag doll and fell
on it, escaping uninjured.
Tacomans led all Washington
cities in application to Uncle Sam
for postal savings bonds, asking
for $4,960 worth.
E. Schneider's $3,000 automo
bile blew up near Ellensburg and
was totally destroyed.
James Chapin of Index wound
up a whißky debauch by drinking
carbolic acid, but it never
feazed him, and he will be
prosecuted for attempting sui
cide.
Fred Reddlck, Great Northern
In the Stadium
SATURDAY NIGHT
JULY 13th
The Carnival association will put on a monster
show and fireworks display in honor of visiting Elks
and to the people of this city.
i At this, the final entertainment of the year by
•the association, children under 12 years of age will
be admitted free.
4,000 street ear tickets have been purchased by
the directors, and they will be given to the first 4,000
children accompanied by parents or guardians who
pass through the Stadium gates on that evening.
These tickets will be good for transportation from
, the Stadium to their homes.
I Don't miss the big purple fire bombs, the shower
of gold, the rainbows and the leadite lights.
We Want a Stadium Full
SOAP BUBBLJ3S.
fireman, will be prosecuted for
murder at Spokane for killing a
tramp by hitting him with a
piece of coal while he was steal
ing a ride on the train.
Mayor Cotterill vetoes his own
flag ordinance at Seattle.
Eleven men have been arrested
at Aberdeen for holding a dog
fight.
State editors are in session at
Mount Vernon.
Elks Depart
From Portland
(Hy Vnited Press I,<•.i-.il Wire.)
PORTLAND, Ore., July 13.—
Though the convention does not
end officially till midnight, thous
ands of Elks left Portland today
and the program from those re
maining was for the most part of
an informal sort.
It had been intended to bring
the reunion to a close with a
masque carnival and "battle of
ribbons" tonight, but today the
Elks', commissioners and police
announce they will prohibit any
attempt at masques or any undig
nified demonstration of any kind.
Deserted By Hubby
Nancy N. Johnson this morning
filed suit for divorce from her
husband Simon, alleging that he
had deserted herself and seven
children, forcing her to fall back
upon her father, Nels P. Ewing
of Hillhurst, for support. The
couple married in Hancock, Mich.,
Sept. 21, 1895.
ALL All OAKD!
Lively Court Wrangle
LOS ANGELES, July 12.—A
lively tilt between District Attor
ney Fredericks and Defense
Counsel Horace Appell, enlivened
today's session of the Darrow
trial, during the cross-examina
tion by Assistant District Attor
ney Ford of Charles Hawley, for
mer fire commissioner of Los
Angeles.
Fredericks cried:
"You apparently think the
state is represented in this case
by babies and sucklings. The
place for suhc remarks is outßlde
the courtroom where our hands
are not tied by respect for the
court."
"I have a right to criticise the
state's representatives wherever
and whenever I please," shouted
Appell.
Give Appeal Notice
The Sumner Mill company,
against which Ralph E. Nye ob
tained a judgment for $1,500 for
the loss of his big toe, this morn
ing filed notice of appeal with
the county clerk.
PAYS FINE, KELEAKED
Louis Noraakl, who attacked
and injured Oeorge Bosslck at
Wilkeson, this morning paid the
remainder of his fine, $90, and
posted $300 peace bond and was
released from the county Jail.
ALLEGED WHITE SLA V Kit
R. Elliott, an alleged white slav
er, spent last night in the county
jail while on the way to Seattle
to stand trial under guard of
Deputy United States Marshal E.
Warner.
Saturday, July 13,1912.
Want More Polling
Places in the City
Superintendent William Hoover
of the Associated Charities this ■
morning Bent a letter to the coun
cil urging the idea of having a
board to pass on and license solici
tors for charities, but he rather
opposed giving the matter over to
the social service board. Ho
thought a committee made up ,
largely of Commercial club mem
bers preferable.
Hoover says that of the Associ
ated Charities got the money that
is paid to fakirs who beg from Ta
coma business men it would be on
easy street, and wouldn't ask for
a dollar more.
He declares one woman has been
working for years soliciting In this
and other towns for an old worn- ■
an's home in Tacoma and living
off the proceeds in fine style.
Mayor Seymour haß taken the
mattor up and will have an ordi
nance drawn to cover the matter.
A Hero in a Lighthouse
For years J. S. Donahue, 80.
Haven, Mich., a civil war captain,
as a lighthouse keeper, averted
awful wrecks, but a queer fact la,
lie might have been a wreck, him
self, if Electric Bitters had not
prevented. "They cured me ol
kidney trouble and chills," h«
writes, "after I had taken other
so called cures for years, wlthoiit
benefit and they also Improved
my sight. Now, at seventy, lam
feeling fine. "For dyspepsia, in
digestion, all stomach, liver and
kidney troubles, they're without
equal. Try them. Only 50 cts. at
Ryner Malstrom Drug Co., 93* *
Pacific ay. ,

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