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Wedxpsday, July It, 1914.
535 CASES ON DOCKET, YET SUPREME COURT IS LOAFING Vt AalilM.'lON. D. «'., July IS. When the I. H. supreme court adjourned. M.l ctsae* re mained aa She docket uadispotwd ef—ell cases lews than a yeau ago. The court pointtt with pride to tills catting down of the docket - and the dcpartiuea* of Justice ban Issued some copy for the newspapers commenting on th Who Said Moclips Was Swept Away By Sea? MOCLIPS, July 15. — Flit* dollars In cash, a necklace ol specially cut and perfectly matched Moclips agates and a matched agate ring and tie pin - will be Moclips' wedding present to the first couple journeying to the besch city this summer lo be married. Ia addition, the ceremony will be performed free by Justice of the Peac* D. W. Drew, and all taking part In the .. affair will be tendered a bun guet, to oonstst of clams, served In a* many different styles aa. can be devised, a* tbe guest* of Arthur McDuffee, manager of tha town's publicity committee Tbe town has practically beeii rebuilt since tbe disastrous tidal wave of last winter and aJread> has a large summer colony. Every Sunday sees the beach crowded with excursionists from Puget Sound and nearby cities. TEXAS BABIES TAKE CAPITAL BY STORM KIDDIES CAPTIVATE WASHINGTON FOLKS WASHINGTON, D. C, July 15 — Two young Texans, neither o'.< 'em big enough to travel far without a perambulator, are oc cupying a great deal of attention Just now In Washington and tak ing all of the time the postmas-* ter general can spare from tho business of the nation. The baby boys of M.S. Rich ard Van Wyck Negley; eldest daughter of Postmaster General Burleson, are the popular young sters. They hsve come from Austin. Texas, with their mother to spend the summer at the capl . tol. — s You'll Welcome Him Uncle Sam's man will stop every day * with news from HOME for you if you will fill out the coupon below and mail it with suifiiient money NOW! Never mind letters, they're time-tak- ; ers. -Just have THE TIMES sent you bo that a few minutes will keep you in touch with old Tacoma. Something important's sure to break while you're gone, and you can't afford to miss it 1 The Tacoma Times, Tacoma, Wash. Enclosed find (10c Week; 25e month) Send Times from nnttl To At tSt., Hotel, etc.) Postof flea _________________ ____________________. 1 month 25c; 6 months $1.50; 1 year $3. _____HM_nM_n~~—_M——__—M me ■■ __a_^_g—M—H—i—_■■—■■§ magnificent record of the Justices. At tlie rate of St cases per term. It will take the supreme court aeven years to bring tbe docket up to date, if the besioess of the court increases, this rate cannot be meintained. The Judges, hsve gone for tlietr summer vscatlou aad will aot work any more un til iH'tober. As a special inducement to lodgei and societies, the business men through Mr. McDuffee, are offer lng a free clam dinner to th« members of any organization making a trip to th* beach. Ban Placed On Denver Rac ng lIKNVKIi. Jul v 1 be no horse racing in Denver in September, aa has been planned by the Denver Fair and Haclng association. Because Denver It going race mail and particular ly tbe women of Denver and In order to prevent the horse rac ing In Denver from being run into the ground, James A. Bur nett, president of the state rac ing commission, announced this morning thai the commission will refuse* to Issue a permit for th* proposed September races. "Ride Horseback to Develop the Figure," Says Thie French Model Mile JoU IXimllbs. riat riding Is the best possi c.erclse to develop the fig I ure is ihe MMtMSI of Mile. .1 <,Ii I'ciMlina, ihe taaaatifnl Preach model, who is appearing in ■ posin;- act tit the Km press the ater this week. "I began my profeslonal ca leer as an equestrienne,'' si 4 said In her charming I'm n. n this morning at her hotel, "anti I have kept it 11 |i ever since in ortler. It Is the best possible aa PRINTER HELD UP AT POINT OF REVOLVER Jimmy Copeland, 707 Sheridan ivenue. who is associated with Ills father, T. V. Copeland, in Ihe pioneer printing office opposite (he Tacoma hotel, was walking iirlskly home last night. At Klghth and L streets a stranger quietly appeared from behind a terrace. Stick em up and keep em up, see'" came the brusk 9» maud, and Copeland found a big blue revolver sticking into his ribs. The young printer lost no time geting his hands over his bans' The bandit hurried searched through his pockets, extracting a watch and some small change, and then ordered .lliiiiny to "heat It." Copeland hurried home and telephoned at once to the police, but the bandit had disappeared before detectives reached the scene. BROTHER IS SEARCHING FOR SISTERS ATLANTA. Ga., July 15 Though reporters could not flml him. It was learned that Marshall Nelrrts was in communication with the police here today, per sonally directing the search for his sisters. Mrs. Kloise Henuis and Miss Beatrice Nelms. last heard from definitely in New Or leans, whence their mother re reived word. ostensibly from Mrs. tlennis. that she had killed Beatrice and was going to San Fratulsco to kill her brother. Newspaper men were watting young Nelms at the railroad sta tion here last night, bn; he elm:. Ed them by leaving his train at a suburb and disappeared 111 was believed he was secluded at the home of his mother, commu nicating with the police by telt, phone. Soule's Salary Is Cut Off By Board Becoming impatient over tit* numerous complaints sent In by persons living In the vicinity af Ihe Sherman *chool, the |iark board yesterday afternoon sent an ultimatum to parents in the Sherman district that if they did not force their boys and girls to be less noisy on the tennis court the courts would be permanently closed. The children hsve be come noisy In their play and have committed depredations or neighboring lawns. The board also formally rut F. .1. Soule of the pay roll ss boy scout commissioner. and in structed Clerk Gower to settle with th* light department for lights at Wright park. THS TAOOM* HMES. enlse lo keep from gaining weigh!, the nightmare Of til* model ' I'lie professional poser haf in lake the greateat of care tt. !. aaa in perfei i condition, »s inlll It as any professional athlete Dieting is necessary most of Ihe lime ami rigid observance ol training rata* always applle i Being a profesional beauty il licit men lv so easy as one would imagine. I tan assure you." MELBOURNE .* 9 ! The Melbourne theater's bis animal feature 'Between Tifccr and Savage." is proving a pop i lar drawing card at the photo ill*) house There are six reel: af thrilling films that keep th. spectator guessing every minute By many critics "Between Tigei ami Savage" is said to be ti I best animal film play of the sea son. It will end Its engagement with the Melbourne tomorrow night. IIOBBKII Willl.l*: AT WORK \\ bile 11. A llartert. a painter. wag daubing paint on the exterior of the Kirs' HHptist church. Ninth and II streets, yesterday, a thief entered the basement of the chinch and stole the painter's suit of clothes, shoes and a watch that he had left there while he was at work. I'tlTl.lTl H OI'KNS ■BATTLE. Inly 15.- Seattle's (•olden Potlatch ( el.-brat ion open ed at noon today when Mayor (lill surrendered the city to the Tillkunis of Kltlaes. with the In st iU* lions to go to it. boys." NATIONS NOTABLES TO ATTEND WEDDING BEAUTY TO BE HONORED BY SWELL CROWD MINNKAPOI.IH, Itilv IV The Tsft. Mrs. Taft aad Miss Helea msrrlage of Miss Isabel Vlaceat T»f< »"d _,'!, hop Joh" "■ VI»: . __ ..... . . . cent, the bride s grandfather, of and Paul V Harpec, which take* rhlcago The bride-elect I* tb« place here late la August, will be daughter of George "Edgar Vln attended by many notable guests, cent, president of (A* l"Blv*r*ttj aaiung them former President of Minnesota. m ANGELES GET ELKS* FOR 1915 I'KNVER, Jul*. 16- The con rent ton of the Klks for ISIS will So held in Los Angeles following t spirited contest >esterday aft -moon which threatened to hold lb* seasloa la Chattanooga Perm. Seattle's failure ,o maka lul* 12 the date for the coavea ilon reaulted in Its defeat. So tttle will entertain the Shrtner* 9B that dste in ISIS. Ra.tnund Benjamin of Napa. *"al «as elected grand exalted ruler. Uther officers elected are "Irani! loyal knight, X M. Dick truiMii Tucson, Aria.; grand lac tniing knight. W. P. gchad Milwaukee; grand aecretarv Predern-k C. Rohtnson. Dubuque, ia grand treasurer, Charles A. Whit.' I'hlcago: grand Inner guar,l Thomas C. Donshut. Nes London. Conn ; grand trustee, Calvin Klngsley, Waterloo, la Iran.l t>!er, D. F. Koperllk PALLIES~ BUILDING IS BURNED (ontinued from Page One ) sons wife ia out of town, vlait iug relatives. The wood cutlet rushed through flame and blind Ing smoke, in his night clothes. managing to clamber down a SnMp fight of stairs to safety I llift as the Haines burst into his kitchen and began to devour lb* apartment. The upper part of the Pallies build mil: Is entirely wrecked and the linildtng was promptly con demned bj Building inspector ('. Scott Smiler iliN ninrning Th north wall of Hie lt»x innun:: picture theater. 3S«l."> Yakima goaanl, *wn*d by M. Strffen was bSrned out. and the Interim was ssrecked by water from the f!ri'm«fi's hoses. N J llaeiing. proprietor of a large grocery at 7H6 lieth street. direct % under ihe spot where the fire started, was the heaviest Individual loser by Ihe fire Ills entire stock wan wrecked b) fire and water. It was partially insured. I'ostofflce sub station 'A" was located In llaeriug a grocery Yesterday's mail had all been de llvereil In Ihe squad of postmen working out of the office, hut a quantity of stamps and »lnm|iei| envelopes ivere ruined by water. A large quantity of secon.l class mail was damaged slight !\ hy water. Postmaster F. L Stinking investigated the fire to day ami ordered the delivery ol Soni ii Side mail conducted from the central postoffice until a new MD-station coiiltl he established The f-iiverniiient's loss will not agreed |S»». Tin Pallies building is owned by M I McC.owaa, who reside? in .in Kastein city, snd Is h:in died b> Lewis A Olson, agents who occupy an office In tin buililing at 770 38th street. __, __— R B. OAOE, Receiver July Clearance Sale Final Cleanup of (P> -l /\ Suits. $14.84, $18. Jl 111 and $20. Values t'IV fNow conns tin- final elearanee of all this sea son's suits fur men. The suits arc lii^li grade values, ami in splendid style. Box hacks ami Norfolk s .Hid the more conservative 2 and *J button st \ It's are in this lot. In sizes 34 to 4 4 in regulars, and '18 to 4<i in stouts. The materials used are brown ami blue cheviots, fmrj mixtures am stripes in cashmeres, tweeds ami worsteds. Values SiM?__ r- 00- $10.00 $1.50 Dress Shirts 95c This ts a clearance of our fine Dress Shirts, the kind that will appeal to every man These shirts are found In ne.it -.11 i [■«• patterns or nine, pink, tan. heliotrope and black. Some lia\e plaited liohoius, mime snfl and starched cuff* and uiheis with the soft French cult's All have the collar hands. Sizes 14 to 18. Regular $1.50 value*. QC. Very special %9%J\t STRAW HATS 1-2 Price All this season's blocks In the high and low crowns, with stdequarter and back bows. Sizes B 3-4 to 7 3-8. Sfi.no Panama* *- Ml |S.M Sennet* fl.Ott $3 on Sennets $1..Vl $2.50 Sennets 91.2.1 $1 .r.ti Sennet* 75c Fine 59c Ties 39c These Ties, our regular 60c value, are greatly reduced for this special sale. They are shown In the tin hand style only. In all ibe spring patterns, tn neat figure* and allover erfects. With the wide flowing ends and bar stitching, these ties resemhle (1.00 scarfs. 7Qp Special this sale tJuu I Special Jewelry I |g_*JfS $2.791 $2.50 and $3.50 Vanity Purses $1.29 it-i*. plain bearings. Reg. _9 7Q (iertuan Si Iwi and Hold Plated Vanity Purses $3.25. Special tfXil*) with hand engraved cases. Kach purse is Alii—nimim Ping 4,Qn filled with two coin slots, minor, powder _ «,.= „,,... _™"a*"'-' __ puff ami compartment for card case and R *" S"° P"dd'n« J >a"» »' Pur» ■ AQn memo pad. With soldered link chain linn- 8""n "li'mlnl'-- Special *♦"*■ dies Keg S2 50 and S3 5o values, si on qqq Water Tumblers 79c Very special 01 ._ «J Tn)|l H .„ wn water Tumblers, in barrel 25c Waist Sets 15c J^L &* °c' .. 79c Ino pretty 3-plece Waist Sets - I bar pin and ' __..., _*, '• -•» 2 cuff pins In gold finish with patterns of 25c Pudding Dishes 19C white enamel. Keg. 25c. t C „ Onernsey Kan lien v. n in, brown with white Special I Jl» lining. Regular Mflb IQ. 15c Beauty Pins 5c "_. n '"_.'" Keauti I'lns in gold and silver finish; in plain —team t-OOKCrS and fancy styles. Two and three on a C_ Heavy Tin Cookers, that cook your meat ird Keg I .".i . S|ie. ial Ul/ and vegetables on one gas Jet. _ _ _ 52.40 size, *peclal #| CQ 35c Barrettes, Etc., 9c for + 1.3-3 -4*lilds and ends in Harrettes, Hair Bands, 53.50 size, special •') SO Hraid I'ins and Back Combs, In shell and am- for nfAt'rO iT 552 M^": *" 9C . Oas Ovens $2.39 f.as Ovens, made of Russia iron. Size $1.25 Braid Pin Sets 89c i«*a» "> *•* M «»■ JO OQ Hundreds of Ihe newest Braid Pin Novelties Special ."«..»/vl in shell or amber, either shell amber or ilerai- ci e/\ -fj—_„J Tin—-oa 41 Ift aml.er colors, brilliant set or gold Inlaid with „„ ♦*"OU -If r, e* l ? *, S **i*_,_ _« hrilUant sets. Reg. $1.25. OQ- w"',e £ nam,T e *n « 7. SI 10 dpe< .i_| (JsjC Boxes. Reg. $150. Special .... f lilU I 35c Rolling Pins 25c Latest Hair Novelties Pure White Norway Maple Rolling OC . , .... . Pins. Reg. 3 sc. Special 4_«|U A complete new line of fancy novelties In Barrettes and Braid Pins to match. In sets Infant's $1.50 Dressing Baskets or separate. Many shapes to select from QfSr in colors blue, amber, purple and emer- _ ' **°V. _ . „ aid With novelty colored stones. At. nn Baby s Fancy Woven Straw Dressing R*« Prices, each SO* and 4J I iUU ««*»• Values to $1.50. QCe Your choice «*«!O PANTAGES "THK B4HO4H.MASTFR" And ft Other Oihxl Acts. Prices: Ntghts. 15c and 25c; Boxes, 60c. Matinees, 10c and Boxes, >6c. EMPRESS MATINEES 10c EVENINGS 10c, 20c M-fllsh Clothing roe Man. Wemea and t-Widen* lino a Week. —H» II—B C 81. Basemen *_» Onntca. Central ia Recall F.ght Is Bitter CKNTRALIA. Wash, July ll At its meeting the Central'! city commission named ti.* judges and polling places for the recall election against Mayor Thompson and t'omralssloners Sears and Kelr, which will be held next Monday. In spite of the low registration, the election promises to be one of tbe most bitterly contested In th* clty'r history. RAIN SINKS RARf-Kfl NEW ORI.KANB, July 15 — Heavy rains sunk 31 barges off I.obdell. I-.. Tuesday, entailing n loa* af $150.00*. .— chart™ will, sti-ok riNC'IN.NATI. July 15. --cinnati refnaed to chaage Its charter by a vot* of ta* a**nl* Tuesday. [ CI.KCr.RIC RANUKS Motor*—Switchboards Repairs sad Wiring STANB-DICKSO- CO. Mala BS4M. TS3 Cans. B_ ELASTIC HOnIBRY Private Pitting Roans* PHTHK-iA-8- avrrt^r t-*. Lobby Nations! Realty BMg. 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