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Saturday, July 4, 1914.
OFFERREWARD
OF SI.OOO
FOR ROBBERS
PENDLETON. Or*., Jaly ".—
With a reward of .10 06 «>ach,
dead or alive, as aa added in
centive, search for two or per
haps three bandits who escaped
after holding up th* overland
passenger early Thursday when
on* waa killed snd another
Wounded In a pistol duel with
Deputy Sheriff McDuffee, wa*
resumed with renewed vigor to
day A reward la offered by the
railroad company. M< Uufft-e,
himself wounded, i* resting well.
Bloodhounds brought from the
Walla Walla psnitentlsry are to
aid la the search. Every trail
Bear th* scene of the robbery I*
being gnus over by armed posse*
Jli> Bf) WINS tYISiTRACT
Dolph Jon** ha* been awarded
the contract for painting the new
tuberculosis hoapltal at Lake
view, oo a bid of 11.100.
13th and Last Series
"THE ADVENTURES
OF KATHLYN"
The manager of the Shell
Theater haa secured the
right* to last series. Your laat
chance to see Kathlyn Wil
liams In thl* wonderful wild
animal production.
And Also
MARY PICKFOKD
The Famous Actress
In a Comedy
ALL CRAZY FOB MILK
Be Sure to Nee It
Sunday and Monday
at the
SHELL THEATER
I.sat Pacific Aye.
PANTAGES
llvuiiv ■-■ It villi HMD
A 43*11* 4 VIM llllllVVN
Presenting the Uellghtfill Alaaka
Musical iiiiii.-.iy
"THK l.l't'K OF A T4»TKW"
*—oiiii:h hi.. \i -i*_»
Evening Pi lien 10c. 16c, »6c,
Bone*. 50c. Matinees—loc, 15c.
Foxea, 26c.
EMPRESS
6—Big Acts -6
MATINEES 10c
EVENINGS 10c, 20c
All Week Starting Sunday Night.
Evenings, 8:15; Matinee Daily (except
Sunday) 2:30.
ANNETTE KELLERMANN
The Perfect Woman.
In the Beautiful Film Spectacle
"NEPTUNE'S DAUGHTER"
Prices - 25c antl 50c.
PANTAGES
I'VKtJI AI.FD VACDFVILI.K
Week Beginning With a Matinee Monday
ALL STAR COMEDY BILL
LAUGHS GALORE
LITTLE HIP NAPOLEON
A Continuous Scream
BARNES and BARRON
Character Comedians and a Riot
Alpha Troup* l.nllerini lour Calloway it Hubert* !
Novelty Experts Musical Artists t'oontown Wrangle- i
PHICKH— Nighl*. ISc ami !£.%■ ; Boxes. Mk. Mat inee-—III,
anil IAV; Hove*. ii-V.
EMPRESS THEATER
Hire, tion Snlllvaa A « oasliline lien DonneHnn. Manager
STARTIMI AT THK H lTl\l>"siAPiV
A ItlllklMi H|«; Hll4>\\
11—KINKAID KILTIES—II
Bonnie Ijinales and l.*.l>lie- From th* Ncottl.h Highland., in a
1.r« n .1 n<i.tcli Hex ue—A stunning Array of
(leier l.li He* and Hoys.
Keystone Comedy Pictures
CAVANA DUO SAM ASH JOE COOK~
Feature Motion Pictures Empress Orchestra
~ THOKF (I.HIK PROP 14-;
BTRON & LANGDON
PHFNF.NTIVO Till-: IM UK ItKTKCTI. X
Week Itny Mailaee— Hi. t lening*—ln. ami 000
♦ ♦
♦ CHICAGO. Jnly t.—May- ♦
0 gtng ataxas old flr*w«raa •*** «
0 from tit* a**is aaa «*f aa *
* aaaaaoaed flracraehar ptaai. 4
<o laarrwe Batter aaa) John *
* S.Unaa. IS year* 4*l*l, wss* «
» killed yeMertlay when the *>
» evaatnatr— arrtdealaUy seat *
<• caff. ♦
4> •
STROMER FLIES
INTO CHEHALIS
George W. Stromer, the South
Tacoma aviator, flaw to Cnehali*
yesterday afternoon. where he
gave aa Illuminated exhibition
laat night. Stromer flew directly
over the Speedway while the Pot
latch race waa on yeaterday, di
verting the attention of the
crowd momentarily from the
racer*.
Stromer'* airship has been
equipped with powsrful electric
lights, and he is scheduled to give
a long flight after darkneas sets
1b tonight at Chehall*.
ACCUSE WOMAN
AS BLACKMAILER
liOS ANf.KI.JEN, July 4. —Miss
Vim) B. Sliilff, age «o. who at
tempted to ext«>rt tWOO from M.
M. Mey4»r*. a netg-hlior, on I lie
threavt that she would burn hi*
hooa* down. tiMiny told the police
that Ma tan hail |em|ited Iter and
that she did not realize what she
wai. doing. _______
11 'alii Advert isemeut)
TO THK VOTKKH OF PIFB4 X
OHXTV
I hereby announce in> Candi
da, y for Ihe nomination of Coun
ty Auditor on Ihe ret nil. loan
ticket at Ihe primaries to be held
on Sejßleuiher Hih, and at tills
time ask the voter* of Pierce
County lo Investigate my qualifi
cations for till* important office.
I might state that I have work
ed In the auditor's office through
tlii-ii- it.liiilin-i i hi I. hi- that I
have a thorough knovvleilge of
Ihe requirement*, of every plia-,*
of id. work, and i liui for the
Ih.i five year* as cashier I ban
died all monies collected by the
office, in H.l.liti.hi to the < lx~-.ili
i.itioii aud filing of all p«|**i-K for
record, anil that ilui inu that lime
every pa|nw wa* correctly filed
anil the cash fi.iiiul correct to a
cent, as reitlfliMl by the various
repoi'tM of the State Board of Ac
countancy now ..ii file at Olympla.
I aak your support on the
ground of efficiency.
W. 11. lilKMiv
GIRL-CHUMS ARE RIVALS FOR QUEEN
From left to Hlglu I imaix th Pim.h aad Dorothy Sti.ne
LOS AMSKLKS, Jvily 4.—To out. But no feeling of plqu* or
be the be*t of cliuuis and yet rivals I resentiuenl was felt by Ihe defeat
is an unusual situation. Ed Miss Ol.on for she and the
Monrovia, a suburb of this city,
held recently v birthday carnival
Two girls. Elizabeth Dixon and
Dorothy Stone, were contestant*
for the honor of queen I'hiim*
first, last and all the time, they
did thalr campaigning togelhei
When the \otes ST*** counted Miss
Stone, hy a narrow margin, won
BELL PREDICTS THAT LONG
ATLANTIC FLIGHT POSSIBLE
WAJtHINOTOM, D. C. July ».
— Alexander (irahani H 11,
through the National Ueogt'Hphic
society. today aaid that the
trans-Atlantic flight in a single
day was not only poasible, but
probable Commenting directly
on John Cyril Porte* proopsal to
fly across the ocean in Koilinan
TODAYS BAND CONCERT
The following program will be rendered b> the Coaat Artillery
band in their regular Sunda.N concert at I'olnl Defiance park Sunday
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
I'IUKIKAM.
March Sunshine " fails Chambers
Overture /.ainpa" F. Herold
Cornet Solo Selected
Mr. Davenport.
ta) Spring Song" Mendelssohn
tb) Suisse* I'olka Bonne, hope
Selection "The Firefly" I from comic opera I Frinil
Intermission.
March— The Observer" Barnard
Medley Maris Hits No. 7 Mackie
Selection "Krusni" Verdi
Valse- "lileue" Margie
March Co-Kd" Zaineciuik
Bong "America."
Oil Kill. PKOtiHAM OF
WHAT IM llOfNta TODAY
X. p. in.— Vl.nit mniiiHtl
rmc lllmlmii. c. ItftO mile*..
Tvi em y cars entered
Cnsh pi •/.•* First, *J mi '
Nfcoml. $1...V10; third. SwT.ll.
fourth awviil.
II: IS p. in.—Haseball al
Athletic park. Tacoma vs.
\ Iclocia.
7:; tO p. in. — I iring at Slh
dlnin of iMimbs contMlulng 0?,
• irtifli alee
H:IIJ p. m. — Firework*
<11-1• I■ > v al Stadium.
Hon to real I■ Speedway—
(I ) \orf liern I'acific trains
leave I nlon ile|M>t at ♦». t»::!.•»,
111. 11. IS, 12:.T«, I 211.
I : 111. I ".ii returning al in
tervals nft*'r Ihe rai-i's, round
trip fnre, lift i-ent*; (2)
South lac-mot street cars op
erutiiiK from iHmn town on
SHAMROCK IV. IN DR. HOCK.
i.uaiileil ever *« cloaelr to |ireve*it the *e-rret« of ll* rn**trnrtii«
front leaking oat. the iteviam of the iiinlerlMMlj ( .r tier newest . liallen
|per la here •hnw*. aa Hie reanlt of a rlarlna: pho»o«;raprier'B nan rm*
{ fnl i,ne*il. Tlie boat ait la a llrti tan ilrydVw k whexre llie rler era* ba>
, i"a: aJteve-rt from *inof> to .utter and a large pnrtloa of Ihe levari oa
its* keel i-eiimveil.
THS TAOOMA THOB.
victor are "pale."
Monrovia's citizen* did homage
to their queen who was provided
with an equipage that befitted
ray/alts From her elaborate
tin one Miss Stone reviewed a par-
Hile two mile* long, in which hot li
the comical and th* beautiful
were Included.
Wanamaker s airship America.
Hell paid I 000 t ilouht that an
ordinal! machine will be able to
support itseir In the air at an
elevation of two miles, and at
tain a speed of a hundred miles
an hour. This meana thai a trip
from America lo Europe could lie
niailc in a single day.
.%-iiiiiiule scllfllule to Itigocx
Hill, ."i-cciit fare; walk tlirew
quaitci-s of a mile lo Speed
way or take buses. 111-cent
fare; (It) auto buses al In
tervals from downtown, lai"
rMI cents; (4) Pailflc Trar
tttm cars leaving in li hiiil C
street to I ,«k evx imil station.
It-cent face walk mile to
Speeilway.
LETTER CARRIERS
IN CONVENTION
HKI.I.IMiII A.M. .lulv 4 The
hli 11 ml slate Letter Carriers' con
vention opened here today In the
federal court room for a one tla> a'
session. Delegate* representing
blanches of the slate assorts
tion are expected to stteml. wii h
Tscoata, Seattle anil rtpokine lend
ing in number*.
LATCHAM OUT
FOR COUNTY
ATTORNEY
Prank A. Latcham. farmer as
•taunt city attorney, today *n-
Bouuced his randtdacv for uroee
•yating attorney ob the republican
ticket Mihje.t lo the S*pteuib*r
Brtinar\ election*
■am la a former newspa
perman aud after experiom ing
several .ear* In other line* of
susine** took up th* practice of
law in tbi* city ii* 1* a niem
a*r of the Tacoma Roae society
and the Tacoma Ad club aud ha-*
taken considerable latereat In
Juvenile work In thl* city. Lat
cham a few year* back acted aa
assistant city attorney uuder
Judge Stile*, hut resigned to tak*
car* of his private practice.
"1 will enforce th* law aa It
Is written," say* Latcham in hia
announcement today.
TWOKILED
BY LIGHTNING
S.AI.LISAW. Otis.. July 4. —
Two person* wer* killed and fif
teen seriously Injured at a picnic
groiiud near Salllsaw when a
building in which many persons
had taken refug* from s storm
waa struck by lightning and
wm. „it United States Senator
T I' (lore, who had Just finished
speaking when ths crowd wss
driven to shelter, waa not Injured
in ilia crash.
Women's Skirts
Caught On Fire
Large wads of colored paper,
th own about by crowds last
night, caughl fire on th* pave
ments bj clgsr and cigsrstl* stubs
ami Pacific svenue wa* filled
with fire at different times dur
ing t lie evening. Three women
passing the Psnlnges theater late
in the evening hsd the unusual
*S|i»il*si ■ of finding theli skirts
on lire from the tunning paper.
Policemen came to their rescue
ami lieai out th* flames before
gical damage was done.
IMHAN Oil I'I.KH
VIFLD TO CI I'll)
I'oin coupu- of Qviinaiilt Indi
te*, were married yest. rdsv at
th* coin 'I house by Hey S. S. lies
lev \ lining t hem was Frank W.
Law. secretary of Ihe Noithweat
i ci ii l-'ederation of American In
turns, who in.H i e.i Miss Ida
St I 0111.
It \ll HiiMi 111 II D1V4.8
IN KFNT IHIIN'KII
KI-:.\T. July 4 An entire block
of building* on Railroad avenue,
valued at |l*,4tt, burned to the
gioiitid yesterday. The cause of
Ihp riie is unknown, but firework*
are heliew-d to have been ics|ion
■tats.
LIHFIITV HI LI. \\ ILL
4.41 TO 11115 I M'llSl 1 HIS
PHILADELPHIA, July 4
Libert* bell will lie removed to j
the Panama exposition, follow
ing * uaaaiatous resolution adopt
' ed In Ihe ties' endants of the
signer- of the Declaration of In
> dependence.
KLASTIC lUMKIII
Private Fitting Room*
PHYSHTAN!*' M'PPI.Y 00.
I oliby National Realty HMg.
Phone Main «_.
. * *
IN THE fc
I Lion's I
I Claws I
jl Worlds r.reatest Wild |M
ff Animal lilm 9
I* TOMORROW B
j MELBOURNE!
'»****aß»J^**yj*Bnn*nw*nßM***Wßß**^B4ns
1 w MJ Lb *B .tII 'I I J
tacoma <_ inula■,
Faaleet aa* Ftneet Day Stea**
•<a The Quick an.l Quiet
Way to Seattle
iirsttx reran Tiiir-a r»»ii \
Leave Municipal Duck. T.com.
7 It. ».**. ll.t* a. a*. 1 •*. t •*
5 no. 7 :**. I * p. ra. except
'.layi, * p m.
Leave Colaaaa D*eh. S*attt*
; o*. »•*. 11 •« a. an.. (t „
eat Sunday). I:**, 3 •*
ii 7 00. *:tl p m
- |i« lare Jtc. Round Trip »»c
A ITtIXK* IVtlt • Mdt'R.
and S. S Iroquois for Seattle
and Victoria t :•• p. m. except
Shi.o.ln. H*arlr ae>r a tee Jal.
Iffc aaa Seat* relara I* Weatlie
■ l He •". J"l> Sr*. «»*. Slh.
a. i. Jll-KS, lam
TACOMA PLAYHOUSES
■Tatar*** f*n«**r - a*v*a Mtaatr*! Kltdt** Cast Sillaos • twa
ttaa nlotur** good vaudevlll* acts.
P*ni**Bß* I«a*at*r Hany^ uirard and Aasss Cain Brawn ia Ths
Luck ef a Totem, aad good vaudeville
MOTIIIM I'ltTt UK HOOtKB
Melbourne Changes Sunday Tuesday aad Thursday
l.yii. ( liauirv Sunday. Tuesday. Thursday aad Saturday
Cm nil i hanaea Sunday. Tuaaay, Thursday
MJenil iha uses ever day
Majoil. i hanaea Sunday. Tueaday. Thursasy.
I*ala. c Change* Tuesday Krldav. Saturday.
Kiji.ii ihange* twice * week
IHevain Chances Sunday Monday. \\ rdnesday Friday.
Scotch Lassies In
New Musical Show
A Si'otch revue, consisting nf
eleven Scotch lad* snd lassies in
kilties, forms the feature act of
the new Km press hill, opening
Sunday. The offering: Ik n ihe
nature of a musical Btalasar*,
with singing and .ilmiii-iii*. of
Si i h t'lavoi. in addition to a
uiimbcr of specialties which are
■ lei'lileilii out of the ordinary
Famous Woman Swimmer is
Mermaid In' Neptune's Daughter'
Mi-eiie from Hie new film sue cc**, "Neptune's llaiiathtei•," at
the Tiii-iii all next week, siarii ng tomorrow, wild Annette hel
!• tin.in in the title role
A rciii.i ii. a l»le series of scenes
is shown in the new film Stay,
"N'ep tunes 1 >» unhter." which
conies to Hie Tacoma theater in
morrow. Annette Kellerman, the
leading woman of the Stay, '
Native Tacoman, Little Hip," Is
Back Again On Pantages Program
lialloway anil Kulierlx. hliii
' |.reiienl "A Cimui Town Wrangle."
on the I'antaire* hill.
Little Hip, the famous little
i elephant whose home I* in Taco
ma and who started on his vau
deville career from this city. Is
returning to the Pantages theater
on the new week* bill with hi*
clever pal. Napoleon. Tbe clef
pliant and mokev team furnish
enough laugh* for an entire bill
\ev erthelen*. the Pantagea bill
will be replete with other com
sdy BStS. Ualloway and Roberta
I have a blackface comedy duo-
I losjue that I* said to be a scream,
, and their unique dancing is a hit *"
I of the bill. j
other* of the new arts are the ■
1 Oallerisl four, a man and four I
children who play a variety of I
I Instruments. Barnes and Barron. I
j two comedy character »an devil I
I Mans: the Alpha quartet, nov**tjr ■
'entertainers; and a saw sat I
Pan tage« picture*. 1
Among the other new act*
Frank llvron and Louise Lang
■ lon. In The Dude Detective, "
the C.ivmiiu Duo. in a mixture of
i in i■ t li, music and »iie work, Sn n
i Ash, formerly of Ihe "Chocolate
i Soldier" i oTnpain . Joe look.
; hiaikfa.e comedian and s Kev-I
st..til- i-oni|iany film featuring
| Charles Chaplin, the famous I.on
dun comedian
swims, dance* nntl fences under
water, and practh all cv er\ scene
is taken in the depths of Nep
tune 's icalin Over 200 actors
were employed in i-taglng the
Play.
AGENCY HUDSON,
PACKARD TOURING CARS AND TRUCKS
PACIFIC CAR CO.
No. 2nd and G. Main 1320.
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Do yon \\;mt t<> see the latent! I
K. E. Peterson lins it. I
Excelsior Motorcycle Agent. I
Open Sundays I
llf-tf) South Mnlli St. M - |B 8*154, I
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A ST. GARAGE. Main 4100
taxTt
TACOMA AVTO I IVFRi CO. Tsrns** Hotel.
Universal Motor Co. I
223 So. X si. Main 2300 I
Ford Motor 00. I
TAW THSaUL
MSLBOURWE I*
t> •
Another ate B*.B*jißr aatstal
feaiurs has ssaa bo*k**t at ta*
Melbourne. Tacoma a rtkotaat taa
at*r, for tha • *•* ouaala*} ar*
gram hag Inn Ing tomorrow It Bt
a three r**l Clectricr proaa*tl*a
<*iled Ih* P**rl of ta* Paa-
Inti
Tb* P*arl of th* Hub job" 4Ttf
f*r* from th* animal faalur**
tbat have been ealitbltatf la Ta
coma Is the past as ibb sssaaa
were tsksu In India lasaaaat **t
Africa
ci tccTioc rakgibb
t4*tor* Ba-Hrlikiinias
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Ask any rider of th*
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