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•TENTATIVE IUJLKS and km;-
VIi\TIIOXS IIAVK Al.Hi:.\l»V
REACHED TACOMA I'OST
The new parcels post will go
Into effect January 1.
No special Instructions have yet
reached the postofflce here con
cerning patting it in operation
except Postmaster Stocking has
been nsked by the department to
lei the people know it is coming.
The Important thing about the
new Idea is that It abolishes the
present fourth-class mall matter
and that hereafter all fourth-class
matter will go Into the parcels
This parcels post matter will
require a different kind of stamp
from ordinary mail. Any one who
puts ordinary stamps on parcels
or merchandise after January 1
will find their matter held at the
Office for postage.
All panels "ill luivo to lx'ar
the name and address of the send
er as well as to the person to
' whom sent, they may not weigh
over 11 pounds and must not lie
more than six feet Id dimensions,
counting length and circumfer
No parcels Will be allowed to
he- deposited in the street mail
boxes, Neither will they be ac
cepted at postal substation.-! ex
cept where the matter is collect
ed by carts.
Parcels will be accepted at all
downtown mbstatlOßl and at |O
lnnban stations where the mail is
Collected and brought in on the
Postmaster Stocking said today
lip hud not yet received any of
the new stamps to be used for
parrels and lie did not know Just
what they will be like.
TRIED TO BREAK
UP NIGHT SCHOOL
W. J. Stanley, principal of tne
Franklin night school, is confined
to his lied today, as the result of
a plot on the part of a gang of
young ruffians to break up the
school by attacking teachers and
pupils. One of the miscreants,
C. J-undberg, 3411 South 12th
. street, is under a fine of $10 and
costs imposed by Justice Arntson
•-on conviction of a charge brought
I against the youth by Superintend
ent .lames It. Mitchell.
According to the testimony
■uliiulttcd the boys had been loit
ering about the school on nights
ruining property, harassing teach
ers and addressing insulting re
marks to the young women stu
dents, witnesses said.
T. .1. Wheeler of Dallas, Texas,
after Marching here for his lost
eon Hrucp, a bank clem, has gone
to Portland today, where he In-
Undi to make another attempt to
]<m-aif the boy. Bruce was work
ing in a Portland bank when he
disappeared seven we«ks ago.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 23.
•—"William R. Hearst, the publish
er, will be one of the first wit
apsses called before the Clapp
senate committee when it resumes
next month its investigation of
campaign contributions. It was
learned here today.
VANCOUVER, B. C, Nov. 23—
Earth tremors of some severity
■were felt throughout the city yes
terday afternoon and for a con
siderable time thereafter the
newspaper offices were beselged
•with requests for information
regarding the unwonted occur
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■v NEW YORK, Nov. 23.— "Hey, Dill, whatcha got in the <t>
••■ handbag?" shouted a gang of stevedores here to William <$•
'•> Sulver, governor-elect of Xew York, as he boarded . the <$>
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OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE.
The arrangement of city pre
dncts made by City Clerk Ed
wards was approved by the coun
cil this morning, and as soon as
the ordinance is passed there will
be 103 precincts in the city in
stead of 79.
This will make elections cost
about $1,000 more each.
| THE TWELVE MEN WHO HAVE THE BIGGEST JURY
JOB IN AMERICA. ALL OF THEM ARE RURAL FOLKS
lli>n> arc the jurymen in the bin dynamiting cuse at Indianapolis involving 46 labor leaders,
which has been in progresH since Oct. 1. They are on their way to dinner, guarded by the bailiff".
Bight of these jurors are far mere, two are retired farmers, on c is a grocer and one a grain
dealer, all residing In country towns or rural districts In Indiana. It took just 13 hours to secure
this Jury. By Judge Anderson's orders tbcy ore being kept under guard until their verdict is
PRINCE MUST PAY
(By United Preas loused Wire.)
VIENNA, Nov. 23—Prince Max
yon Thurn and Taxis is involved
in another love affair. Olga
Schulz, a pretty actress, brought
action In court to compel the
prince to support her baby, of
which she declares he is the fath
THE TAOOMA TIMES.
YOU'LL FIND IT HERE
At the Alexander Hamilton
chapter of the Sons of American
Revolution meeting held last
night, the movement for the pur
chase of the Thomas Jefferson
some at Monticello was endorsed.
After an illness of nearly two
years Edward L. Parsons, aged
42, Taooma lawyer, died at the
Taconia General hospital yester
Secretary John A. Rea of the
Washington Good Roads associa
tion, announced yesterday that
all railroads in Washington have
granted a round trip rate pf a
fare and a third. The convention,
opens December 4.
Thieves broke Into Rudolph
Knabel's home yesterday morning
and tgot away with $500 In valu
The Bay Island Producers' as
sociation endorses a cold storage
The two amended damage suits
of persons who tripped on defec
tive damage suits filed against
the city yesterday total $28,000.
They were filed by Mrs. Maggie
Froderlckson and Douglas S.
The steamer Admiral Farragut,
Capt. Bartlett, recently placed on
the Tacoma-San Francisco run,
will arrive on the Sound Monday,
making fast time on this trip.
Plants in the home are a con
stant source of enjoyment and
pleasure. They lend a harmoni
ous finishing touch to any inter
ior at a nominal cost. Hinz, flor
ist, So. 7th and X sts.
Capt. of Detectives Fitzgerald
is trying to find the heir to a
Norwegian estate and ho came
pretty close to it when he found
Bernard Anderson, Edgewood
rancher. But his middle name
was Adolph instead of Edward.
W. E. Shricker was convicted
at Mount Vernon of taking de
posits when he knew his hank ai
Laconner was bankrupt.
John Gibson, church trustee
and leader In the men's religious
forward movement of Wall Walla,
goes to the pen for 10 years for
unmentionable crimes against
Mrs. Russak, international lec
turer for the Theosophical soci
ety, will speak in the Taconia
Music Hall, Wednesday, Dec. 4, at
8 p. m., on "Life After Death Oc
North Yakima wants a $73,000
state appropriation for an arm
Pullman students won the dairy
judging contest at the national
show at Portland.
Dr. V. B. Blumstein of Seattle,
last of the indicted doctors charg
ed with use of the mails for illicit
medical practice, was caught at
Coroner's inquest failed to
throw any light on the mystery
of the murder of Charles Newell
Airtight heaters, $1.50 and up.
Ewlng Hardware Co., 1111 C st.
Main 7750. "Advertisement."
Mrs. Maud Gibson of Centralia
was awarded $1,500 damages
apalnst her former husband Tor
seduction after they were divorc
With $150 in hi spocket John
Maki, a Tono miner, slashed his
throat from ear to ear and laid
down on thet railway track to die.
Argonaut Hotel, 1007 Pnc. ay.
' .:!■■ and grill in connection.
Supreme court reversed Pierce
county superior judges and the
city of Tacoma will have to pay
.Fohn Nannum and John Ronosky
for the lobs of their shack in the
sulch flood at North 29th and
Hteele street in 1910.
Mince meat fruit cake strictly
home made. Durnwald's, Taeo
mil's loading delicatessen, 318
11th, near 0.
Jacob Furth and R. V. Ankeny
of Seattle, up for trial for bank
wrecking in Skagit county, were
denied a writ by the supreme
court to compel the cage to be
tried in Snohomish county.
Attorney Edwin F. Masterson
today filed a .petition with the
school board for a Job on the
board. It was signed tty some
How-de-du? Have you read
"Skooting Skyward?" A local
story of the Mountain. For sale
at all dealers. Price 50 cents.
Having the more pleasant al
ternative of putting up $115.75
in order to avoid a jail term, Gus
W. Kleeel, saloon proprietor, to
day deposited that amount with
the county. He was convicted of
violating the law against treat
ing in saloons.
Arthur Smith and Lillian
Bergheim were issued a marriage
license by the county auditor to
John Kemp, a German, aged 53
years, la today In the county jail
awaiting examination by an In
A BIG TIE
St. Leo"s tonight will be a.
With entertainers from both
the orchestra and players of the
Empress theater, a real true-to
lit'o police court where everyone
will be sentenced to do unheard
of things, and the pleasure of a
great dinner to end it all, tne
bazaar will be the greatest at
traction of the evening.
Better success could not T)e
expected than is being had at the
school. bazaar, say the officials
of the event. And as for enjoy
ment for those who attend, more
could not be found at the winter
affairs in any of the larger cities.
The effort of the V ,W. C.
A. to buy the old Savoy theatre
for a home is not meeting with
any success. The owner of tue
fioperty lives in the east and he
utterly refuses to answer any let
iers on the proposition, according
to Mayor Seymour.
The Y. W. C. A. has offered
$30,000 for the property.
When the board of equaliza
tion met the ownfr appeared, and
on representing that the properly
was non-productive and unsalable
he got the tax valuation reduced
to $15,000. The building alone
cost $75,000. Now lie Is Just
holding it and will do nothing
The city commission will see
to it next year that the tax is put
where it will be an item and pos
sibly the owner will be willing to
let go then and allow the Im
provement of the place.
TACOMA TO BE
George Geise, oriental repre
sentative of the Hamburg-Ameri
can steamship Hue, after being
shown Taconia yesterday, an
nounced that Taconia would be
made a principal port at which
the Hamburg-American round
the-world steamer service to be
started in 1915 through the.
Panama canal will stop.
HAD SOME TIME
The British bark Eudora ar
rived here yesterday, after a
hard battle with wind and waves
to get here. She had a fine trip
over from Honolulu, but after
getting to Cape Flattery it took
2 4 days to get in. Six times she
had to put back to sea to escape
SUES PURITY SQUAD
(Hy United Press Leased Wire.)
SEATTLE, Wash., Nov. 23. —
The habit of "purity squad" or
ficers of visiting hotel rooms at
early morning hours, unlocking
the doors and quizzing the guests,
ie responsible for a $1,000 suit
filed against the police by Mrs.
Bella Goldsmith. She says the
above practice has driven trade
away from two hotels of whlcu
she is proprietress.
New Bond Drawn Up
The new $4,000 bond of John
H. Bullock, under sentence of one
year and $2,000 for coal frauds
on the government, has been filed
in the federal court here.
There is only one Tacoma man
on the bond —O. W. Ashby. The
bond of C. E. Houston, co-con
spirator, who received a like sen
tence, is said to be on the way
from Seattle, having been ap
proved in the court there.
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does not want to come back and
testify for the city iv the McHugh
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and asked to come, but he did not
wish to do so, and refused to
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Saturday, Nov. 23, 1912.
George M. Thompson, police
court deputy county prosecutor,
yesterday tendered his resigna
tion to Prosecutor J. 1,. McMur
ray and he will enter into private
His 69th Birthday
Bailiff N. O. Ainey of su
perior court yesterday celebrated
his sixty-fifth birthday.
"For all I fan away from
school when I was 15 and served
three years in the Civil war,"
said Bailiff Ainey. "I feel as
spry as I did then."
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