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A^y j>t'coat* . -s_jtrtD cvene-TT SHOPPING CENTER OF TACCMA THIS STORE WILL I BE CLOSED ALL DAT TOMORROW, I THANKSGIVING DAY I VjY Whoopee! Good News jOyf P® 'TENTION, O?| /jT BOYS AND GIRLS Th i TOYTOWN OPENS I f SATURDAY § » Bigger, Better Than Ever -ft m MOTHERS AND FATHERS, TOO, Wj W* SHOULD SEE THE WONDERFUL M m DISPLAY OF TOYS FROM ALL M S OVER THE WORLD. m | READY I £ SATURDAY, fi g COME m Remember, Friday k^t^^ Dollar Day Last one before Christ- MM mas. A fine day to Mm SHOPEARLY AND SAVE JS I The Hyde Ship llrake Office, •11 Pacific Aye., will be open for demonstration on Thanksgiving Day for the accommodation of Iliimr who cannot call duriug working hours. Announcement of advance in price from #."• to $7-3O per share (par value 910 per gliare) will be made on Nor. 28tli, 1915. NEW HOTEL OAUHMTM On corner oppo. Moore Theater BKATTLE "THK GI'KHT BE PIJKABE!>" AH outside and fireproof rooms. Room with use of bath, fI.OO Room with private bath. 91.54) Convenient to everything. Mod ern and first class in every par ticular. DR. R. L. THOMSON, Prop. JOHN D. HARRIS, Manager. Mrs. Housewife Help your husband conserve his income. This may be done either by a savings or v cheeking account. Pay your bills by check and find out there by where you can save from your regular expenses. It will surprise you and please liimT Our convenient location makes it handy for you. Tacoma Savings Bank & Trust Co. Pacific Aye. at 11th St. 1 Red Cross Seal Sale Is Begun Annual gale or Red Cross seals by the Anti-Tuberculosis society will begin next .Monday In th* city and county schools of Tacon.n and Pierce county. The society has *his year nr-| ranged for competition among! students in the sale of seals. A huge satin Red Cross flag will lie given to the school selling the most seals, to be held until won by another school. Ths classroc ro in each school selling the great est number will receive a lart." picture of George Washington The country school (Taking the greatest record will pet a Vl> trola> $5,000 SUIT FOR ASSAULT ON HER Mrs. Daisy M. Cotter of Home Colony yesterday began suit to recover $5,000 for injuries she claims she received when assault ed by John Buchie, also of Home. Several days ago Buchie was found guilty of assault on Mrs. Cotter. WRITES BOOK AND THEN KILLS SELF SEATTLE, Nov. 24.—1n order that a book he had written ex pounding Christianity should ri ceive publicity, Herman Henze, 46, committed suicide last night while standing in a crowd, by shooting himself through the heart. y"" M^^"^*"*^\7^^^^ _ .j-i_l 7 WONDERS CONTEST NOW UNDERWAY BIG The Seven Won«isrs of Taeoica, contest Is on with h swing It looks aa if the *>nelter, the waterfront, the Central echoei, the Lincoln high ucnool, the cli mate, the 11th street bridge .v• d the speedway would all be fa vorites. Wt. Tacoma, the 3»ndium nnrt Point Defiance are names that ap pear In nearly all lists, but sol dom in the same order. Oet in your list. Here are a few off the top cf the pile of today'h matl: Anita Tnbedacht, 101.. Stadluii high school: HOLIDAY TAHOMA APPEARS The Thanksgiving number of the Tahoma made its appearance in the halls of both high ttrhoola today. It Is by far 'he largest and best edition turned out this year, according to editors. The artists were fWed-wlth tli*? spirit of giving when ihey tur'iud out their art for ttie number, and gave the best. The same may be Raid Hbout the Rtoriet) and poetry. Several good 1 hankapiv- Ing contributions feature tho lit erary section. Stadium's victorious football players are treate 1 us heroes should be treateil. r*6iißlderab'.3 space is devoted to * review of the season. Basket-Ball Girls Busy The Girls' basketball team of Stadium promises to be a first class organization. Never before i during the last few years has ho much interest lieen taken In bas ketball. The old gymnasium has done much to discourage the turnout, but the fact that inter | high school games with Lincoln j Park are to be played drew many girls to the court. More than 10 peiiol learns ara practicing twice a week. After the Inter-period and class matches, the games with the girls of the South Side school will be played. Miss Mason at present has 70 girls from which to pick I her first team. 40 Minutes Or Longer? Considerable interest has iria en in the legality of keeping c'i'l -dren in school longer than 10 minutes after dismissal. The case which led to the question >s that of Harry Tonge, an Bth grnde pupil, who was kept more than 40 minutes. Principal M. A. Thompson, aft er investigating, sakl that the.'c was a state law allowing the teacher to keep children for this length of time, out nothing H said about a longer period. Busy With Wrestlers Coach Moser, who spends his days training Stadium wrestlers for the coming contest witli piers of the Cushman Indian school, is meeting with success with the night aquad at Lincoln Park. Several former high school wrestlers are members of He South Side evening school. A se ries of competitive -.-ontests are being planned by Coach Moser. Stadium to Meet Bothel Stadium first team debaters in the state debate will meet the Bothel high school I earn In !be second leg of the Puset Sour 4 division debate on Ore. 17. Coach Lancaster is of the opinion that they will have 10 talk faster and morn logical Mian in the debate against West Sent tle. an Stadium will uphold tli.j affirmative. He believes the af firmative side is 'he harder, He bases his opinion on the result* of the first series. Practically every school debating the affirma tive aide lost. OLDER STUDENTS ORGANIZE A TEAM Former students of Lincoln Park high school who have re turned for extra work have or ganif.ed a basketball team and issued a challenge to (he first team. It is said the challenge will be accepted. THE mC!«MA TIMES Stadium, Speedway, Pt. Defiance park, Mt. Tacoma, The high schools, Eleventh st. bridge Harbor. Jease B. Lonergan, 'JA, Lincol l high school: Mt. Tacoma, Puget Sound, Stadium, Lincoln Park high school, Pt. Defiance, Eleventh st. bridge. Climate. EthdJ May Fmnklln, SH. COUNTY ASSOCIATION PLANS BUSY SEASON Announcements mnde recently by the executive committee of tfcu newly organized Pierce County Athletic and Recreation associa tion point to an active seasr :i amoiiK the county schools. It is the intentions of the com mittee to divide the diffei. v! sports into groups. The less tttrentious typoa will be played l>: the smaller children, while tbc harder games will be played by the upper grade boys. The girls will :il>i) have their sports. CITY TO ENFORCE BICYCLISTS' RULES Commissioner Mills announced yesterday will take immediate action against bicycle rider* who use the sidewalks. Several com plaints have bsen received lately of riders driving the school chil dren from the walks and forcing them into the muddy streets. LINCOLN SENIORS WIN 2 to 0 GAME; I.imniii seniors deteated the: Longfellow seniors yesterday hjrj the score of 2 to 0 in a imj fought soccer match. Thero wiisl not much to choose between tMI two teams for the greater part of! the game, and it was with grp it difficulty that Lincoln was able to shove over the winning poini. FRANKLIN BEARS DEFEAT LOGANS The Franklin Bcirs defente.l the Logan seniors yesterday In a Boccer game on the Franklin grounds by the score of 2 to I. Principal F. A. Poors of the Franklin officiated. CHEMIST SPEAKS TO STADIUM BOYS E. O. Helnrich, of the Hein rich Chemical Co., spoke yester day before the Collie Profession al club at Stadium Itlgh ■choo.. t BUY-AT-HOME FAIR A miniature exposition, featuring Tacoma-made goods, will be held in the Arcade building Dec. 11 to 24, under the auspices of the Buy-at-Home committee. it ■•sides the local manufactured gods, dairymen and farmers will exhibit tlieir products. Vaudeville, music, speeches and special prize nights for different fraternal organizations will be features. AFTER DOC'S LICENSE SPRINGFIELD, 111., Nov. 24.—With a visw toward a possible revocation of Dr. J. H. Haiselden's license, Dr. T. S. Drake, secretary of the state board of health, has written for the evidence submitted at the inquest of in ' Bollinger baby. Thousands of demands have been made that an investigation of the baliy's death be made. TEUTON VS. TEUTON NORTHERN FRANCE, Nov. 24.—Two German aviators, forced to descend behind the British lines, fought like made between them selves, each blaming the other for nig capture, until they were sep arated by British soldiers. Yesterday's Late News CANNOT BOLVK MVBTBRV PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. 24.— The Portland truck mystery is still unsolved. Despite efforts of; the police to identify the murder ed man, his Identity is still iun« established. No trace, either, hai been found of George Bartholo mew, alias Ed Hopkins, the al leged slayer. FIND SKKI.ITON The skeleton of a human I «-- Ing, believed to be that of an In dlan, was unearthed nt 31st anJ Carr streets, Old Town, Tuead iv afternoon by laborers workl'iaj for Contractor Keiaal. Coroner Stewart took charge. It l».i.e» lieved that the laborers dug Into an abandoned burying (round. BOMB I H m:\TS WASHINGTON, D. C. Not. 24. — Kxtra police guarc' baa been placed near 'the entrance to tno B. & O. tunnel which runs undnr the capltol and near the congnw slonal and other building*. It is thought the precautions are taken because of alleged threats made to the railroad com pany of a proposed Attempt io dynamite the tunnel «iDd destroy tbe federal buildings. Kranklin school: Mt. Tacoma, Stadium, Pt. Defiance, Lincoln bridge, American lake, Lincoln Park hit- 1 school. Speedway. K*thleen Schuaasler, SA, Con tral Rchool: Mt. Tai'oma, Stadium, Pt. Defiance, American lake, Central school, Smelter, Waterfront. Soccer will be played chiefly by the older boys, while volley hall in expected to be the major sport for the girls. The small children will play such games as teacher ball, skipaway and dodgeball. Kicking thd soccer ball and serving the volley ball will be special events in which the conn ty pupils will contest for a trophy. Further announcements are expected to be made Dec. J when the committee will mcci ■fain at Lincoln Park high school. Pick Senior Debate Trios Coach l.«nc!iHter announced the senior debating teams yesler day which will debate previoi s to the class debate with the sen iors of Lincoln Park Mgh school. The tnaniß during '.heir prelim inary work will be coached i y Miss Burgess. Myrtle Calkina, Muriel Hoover and Ulma Byrd will oppose a team compose! of John Calhoun, iSthel i -hinidi and Gladys Bartlett. Tryouts will be held amon? tlif: Henior debaters on Dec. 3 for tlf debate with Stadium juniors o:i Dec. 8. CLASS TEAMS TO PLAY GAME TODAY Stadium senior >>as'<ctball team will mix this afternoon with the sophomores in the race for the school championships. Both teams are strong com binations and Coach Moser BT pects a hard battle. The seii'or team is composed of ihe follow ing players: Murphy, To'ineaon, Gordon, Geiger and Norton. The sophs will pick their quintet from Shields, Strong, Hancock, Nor lands, Palmer, Snyder, Roberts adn Gibson. MANN ACOKPTB WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 23 Minority leader Mann acceolci the Invitation today of President Wilson to discuss military ore parednesa. He said he would suggest a rn vlslon of the tariffs us a means of raising military revpnueß, pro viding the president asks for ad vice. YAKIMA TRUSTEES GET BUSY AT ONCE NORTH YAKIMA, Nov. 24 — The school trustees will order the Immediate removal of all school Play ground apparatus in the county as the result of the recent decision of the state supreme court, holding the school district liable for Injuries sustained while using tbe aparatus. MARRIED LIFE IS TOO MUCH FOR 'EM To be married, divorced, re married, then sued for divorce again la the record of Lawrence R. Fowler, whose wife brought a second divorce action against him yesterday. Mrs. Fowler alleges cruelty. It's Rather Unusual- —for a society leader, horse woman, golfer and ardent Red CroM worker to become a chicken farmer. But Washington soclc-ty liiis come to expect the unexpect ed from Hl.nl. s Ingulf, daughter of the late president of the Bitf Four and other railroad systems, and so they were not surprised when it become known she was to tako up chicken raising. MiM IngallH has already purchased the property near Hot Springs and erected the buildings for the brooding of her flocks. • 111.AIMS » <B><&'s'^<s'<3><B>'s><?>'3>'*<S'<J><?>3> $ W. M. White, ago 79; yesterday at 2401 Pacific aye.; funeral to day at 2:30 from C- C. Mellin ger's. Elmer T. Tackley, age 12, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Tackley, 1014 So. 40th St.; funeral Friday at 2 p. m. from St. Pauls M. E. church; QcofH Piper In charge- Mrs. Anah Richardson, age 78; yesterday at 41101 No. 43rd at.; C. C. Melilnger in charge. Robert I* Mitton, age 3, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mitton; yes terday at 912 So. 14th St.; C. O. Lynn in charge. Charles Olson, age 46; yester day at a local hospital; C. C. Mel linger in charge. M. H. Hendrlcks, age 70; yes terday at Merchants' hotel; rela tives in Sioux City, la., notified by Buckley-King. <3> <$> <J> <§> 3> <S> * ♦ <8> 4> <S> * <8> $ "£ 3> « i r\i;it\i.s * Mrs. Mary E. Brechtel; today at 1:30 p- m. from Buckley- Kings; Rev. 0. W. F. Stoever of ficiating. N GIVES UP SOCIETY TO BE WESTERN RANCHER'S WIFE She tried the social Hie and found it wanting In many of the essentials that make life liapp:» and worth while, so she is giving up a liixrious home In Bedford Springs, Ky., to become tho bride of ivier D. Dirk of Chamberlain, B. D. As Dirk Is called the "cat tie baron of the Dakotas," she'll not exactly resign all the com forts of life, hut she will attain her great desire—"to raise chick ens and fi-cil the calves." Tin Hyde Ship Brake Office, Ml Pacific Aye., will be open for demonstration on ThankHftfvinK Day for the accommodation of those who cannot call during working hours. Announcement of advance in price from $A to *7-."o per nhure (par valne $10 per share) will be nuMje on Nov. 28th, 1910. MQIFIC AV£NU£ AND COMMERCE AT JST 3$ The Busy Store Will Be Closed AH Day Thursday Thanksgiving Day? The management and the rank and file of this stove will sit down to their Thanksgiving din ners with a clear conscience and a feeling of duty well done. \ For we've helped supply all Tacoma with tur keys—and at the lowest price to be had. We know there's a juicy, corn fed turkey for many a table tomorrow that wouldn't have been there, had it not been for our low price. Read tomorrow night's papers for news of an astonishing event for Friday—Star Bargain Day. Store Open Tonight Until 10 Cash Register Head Forcasts Greatest Business Boom Ever DAYTON, 0., Nov. 24.—1n the convention of salesmen of the National Cash Register Co., gath ered here from all parts of this continent, reports were made In dicating the general Improvement of business everywhere. Out of the 800 salesmen present, all but one said that his territory was moving fast toward a busines3 boom. On the basis of these reports, John Jl. Patterson, president an 1 general manager, predicted that the approaching era of prosperity would probably exceed anything this country has ever known. "Now," he continued, "the boom Is on. Agricultural inter ests are the first to feel it. The farmers have record breaking crops, with a big demand. Con fidence has ben re-established. Various industries have picked up, one after another. Then the stores needed goods, and factory wheels began to move. Then commerce and transportation re flected the change. 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PATTERSON. world. We have plenty of money and the best banking system in the world today. "Through the aid of the re serve banks, the various banking institutions of the country began to loan money where people could not get it before. Now, with big cropg and big demands, with lit tle foreign competition, we are . at the commencement of an era of prosperity such as this coun try has never seen before. "All this great prosperity can not come In a day. It will take time. But conditions everywhere are improving. The farmers ar» prosperous. The mills of Pitts burg are busier than ever before. Railroad stocks are going up. It is only a question of a short time before the wave of prosperity wiU be upon us. "Now Is the time for etorekeep-. ers to advertise," added Mr. Pat terson. He is backing up bis opinion with hfs money. Ills company is spending more than ♦ 200,000 this month for advertis ing. In addition, it has spent $50,000 to have the 800 members of Ith selling force attend its school at Dayton for three day*.