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INVASION OF GREECE EXPECTED ATHENS, Dec. 18.—The Ger mans will sweep Into Greece be fore th^ end of next »eek and at tack the allies, according to per sons close to the German em bassy. The allies' first determined stand is expected to be at a point j 20 miles tiorth of Salonika. Strong fortlfi'pitioiiH begun there before the allies were force 1 from Serbia are being rushed to completion. The Greeks tre giving the allies powerful aid. They have arrang ed forapeed y communication be tween Salonika and the troops near the border. I The Montenegrins and Serbians •re offering stubborn resistance to the Invaders in the Drln valely, where a battle of considerable magnitude is on. Wat To Withdraw. BERLIN, Dec. 18.—(By wire less to Tuckerton.) —England told the allies on Dec. 3 that she intended to withdraw from Greece and send British forces to Egypt to meet a possible German-Turk ish invasion. It was reported here today. The subject waa discussed by the Paris war council of the allies for three days. The majority la Mid to have overruled England. On Dec. 9 it was decided to Continue the Balkan campaign. The above message corrobor ates the exclusive United Press dispatches from Paris. FIVE KILLED IN TRAIN COLLISION CHEBTER, Pa., Dec 18.- Five persona are dead and others are dying as a result of a rear-end Collision yesterday between a Wilmington local and a train of empties on the B. & O. railroad near here. Half the Battle Whether In business or banking, is Con venience. Our office is at the center of the city's activities, with en trances both on Commerce Street and Pacific Avenue. Our central location justifies the slogan: "Convenient for you." We handle both checking and sav ings accounts. Taeoma Savings Bank & Trust Co. Pacific Aye. at 11(11. 4 Per Cent on Savings ftOOO DOLLS FREE TO GIRLS AND BOYS I I Or a Teddy Puppy if You Prefer I I TEDDY PUPPY UH! 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The cuts shown above are exact reproduction*, just as you will see them dressed when you call for them at The Times office, only reduced to about one-third ofthei^ real sise. ■ ■ IF YOU ARE NOW A REGULAR SUBSCRIBER TO THE TIMES DO NOT SION THESE COUPONS AS YOU WILL ONLY DISAPPOINT THE LITTLE OIRL OR BOY. ■ I Boys and girls living outside of Taeoma can also take advantage of this offer by securing two paid in advance for one month or more each, at 30c a Month. ■ I Start Today If You Exp3Ct to Win a Doll. Offer Will Be Withdrawn As Soon As Supply Is Exhausted I B DOT T COUPON NO 1 ***** __r^i * t * **"** _• i a i*. rv «i **** * DOLL COUPON NO. 2 I lam not a subscriber to The Times and wish The Choice Or AllY One Or the ADOVe DoIIS UlVeil lam not a subscriber to The Times and wish ■ ■ to have The Times delivered for one month and __, _ _ _. . to have The Times deUvered for one month and ■ ■ thereafter until ordered discontinued, for which Free tf> AnY DOV Or Girl thereafter until ordered discontinued, for which ■ ■ I agree to pay the carrier thirty cents a month. * CC W * J l *&*<» to pay the earner thirty cents a month. ■ ■ Who finds two people who do not take The Times and gets each of them to sign the coupons ■ I Name m „ printed here. This is very simple. Call on your neighbors and ask them if they take The Times. Name.... ..-. „-. ■ ■ ... If they do not, ask them to sign one of the coupons to help you win a doll. Bring the coupons to Address I ■ *aanM -»• jhe Times office, oth and Commeroe, and select your doll. This off er expires December 24, All ■ ■ Phone J*oll llt** **two BttbßCrtbers for one month. Do not collect any money. I phone tt I I PABENTS MAY BBOffa IN THE OOUPOHi, PROPERLY FILLED OUT, AND SELECT THB DOLLS FOB THE OHILDRBN. [ First Photos of' Disable© IS, So Mimiiniesota Hollers disabled, the Hill liner Minnesota was towed into port at Han Francisco, where Tailed Stales officials immediately went aboard to conduit an invesligu tion into the alleged mystery of the exploded boiler .v Us. Kor over a week the ship was the topir of news due to the refusal of Cunt- (iarliek to make known the reason for her return to port after starting for England. UK refunal and the subsequent mystery wait due, It is said, to direct orders from Port Siipt. Wiley of the (ileal Northern Steamship company. CAPT. THOH. GAKLICK of Taeoma (left), in command of the Hill liner Minnesota, and Chief Engineer James R. Meston, who took that post after former chief Engineer Allen resigned at Seat tle, refusing to assume the responsibility of taking the ship to England. Allen later signed as first is-i>inii( engineer. BAN OX ABSYNTHE Twenty-four eaßes of the fineßt absinthe in Seattle are said to have been shipped early this month to Stockton, Cal., labeled as blackberry brandy, in violation of the interstate commerce law, and now L. V. Creenbaum, a Se attle liquor dealer, and Francis Hodgkins of California face a line of $5,000 and possible impris onment. Simeon Ford, uuthor and after dinner speaker, says, ln speakl'igl the ricoMA tmm of the late J. Pierpont Morgan: "We learn from Mr. Morgan's life ' that great weald does not always bring happiness. We know al ready that poverty doesn't always bring happiness. What on earth, then, Is a chap to do?" ! Wall Street Sets Matthews and Seat t c All A-f[ utter SEATTLE, Dec. 18. Rev. Mark A. Matthews, D. D., pastor of the First Presbyterian church, , woke up with a start today to find Seattle full of copies of "What's Dolus," dedicated ex clusively to him. To make matters warmer, this Taeoma mag'izlne edition of Dec. 18 was captioned all over the front page "The Shame of One Seattle Pulpit." Sam Wall Is naming the moun tain in Seattle today. His roast er is working. At an early hour he had rounded up a whole arm/ of newsies, and they began at once to scatter "The Shame of One Seattle Pulpit" all through the city. The heat is reported to be ris ing clear up to Rev. Matthew's collar. It was this way: When the Seattle Star came out a short time ago and mid Lei Taeoma mayWsticks to his home 1 Under orders from his physi cians, Mayor Fawcett remained at home again today. He is suffer ing from a severe case of the grippe, which has settled in his bronchial tubes. Although the mayor is not considered In seri ous danger today, physicians have warned him that he must remain closely at home or suffer perma nently severe consequences. Among others at the city hall ' who are ill at home are Commis sioner Mills, Secretary Max Oar retson, Detective Oapt. D. O. Smith and Police Clerk Crocker. name the mountain" and Mayor Oil! asked the elty council to givo Mayor Fa weed's communication favorable consideration, Dr. Mai thews came out with this state ment: "The government has already named Rainier National park alter the inou.itaiii and Taeoma couldn't chang) It if she were to howl her hea 1 off. In justice, the name of the mountain should be called Talioma, but to attempt to change it would be useless." And Wall ded'eates his edition to Dr. Matthews like this: "The Rev. Dr. M. A. Matthews, minis ter of the largest congregation, perhaps on Ihe Pacific coast, I find still using the language of hate, unreason, spite, jealousy, such as characterized the lower orders of intelligence ln a time long past." The heat of dedication is rls. ing. Homer T. Bone announced to day that he and Howard Wright had dissolved their law partner ship of several years' standing. They will continue for the pres ent, at least, to occupy the same suite of offices In the Provident building that they have been occu pying. Mrs. Norman Gait and Presi dent Wilson will be quietly mar ried today In Washington, D. C. One of the many presents receiv ed by the happy couple is a bear hide sent by Oen. Hugh Wallace of Taeoma. Hebb says, thnt KA-TU' Is a blunder, but that Kar-Ru Is the greatest wonder In the world, for RHEUMATISM and Nervous De bility. "Adv." Expose Plot to Blow Up Canal NEW YORK, Dec. 18.—P. 8. officials arrested Paul Koeulg, ' former Hamburg-American agent, and Richard Lyendecker, proprie | tor of an antic ue shop, today, charging them with conspiring to ; blow up the Welland canal, con j nectlng Lake Erie with Ontario Maps of the waterway are said to have been found in Lyendeck er's shop. More arrests are ex [ peeled. ESCAyESNURSE; SHOOTS HIMSELF BAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 18.— Oeorge V. Herr. assistant cashier of the Anglo & London-Paris Na tional bank, escaped from hia nurse at his home here last night, and locking himself In a bath room, killed himself by Bending a bullet through his bruin. TO TALK ON BOOK OF REVELATIONS Rev. W. A. Moore, of the First Christian church, will explain phases of the book of Revelations at his Sunday night sermon. He will also answer such questions as "Are peace advocates more patriotic than those advocating preparedness?" and "Shall we ue ready for war?" $664,000 FOR TITANIC LOSS i NEW YORK, Dec. 18.—More than 10 attorneys, representing the hue.'in- in the Titanic steam ship disaster, have agreed to ac | cept the $064,000 offered by the \yhite Star line as a settlement I for damages, it was announced I yesterday. Total claims amount led to $2,500,000. THROUGH —y?*^1??. mmmt Standard Road of the West CIT Ti,l.''DT'MTl PAT? The very latest in steel Sl.l__l_.Fim* OAK equipment — protected QiPT>T_ rTni_< °.v Automatic Electric Ol!iKVHj__i "SAFETY" Signals — TO are Service Features of Chicago Kansas City Union Pacific Omaha the Line that Joins the Denver West and East with A and Intermediate points. A Boulevard of Steel, service you will appreciate. TRY IT. TOP-NOTCH IN Full Information A Expert EVERY DETAIL. Travel Service upon appllca- tlon to U City Ticket Office, 1117,1110 Pacific Avenue. Vj W. CarruUiers, I>. K. A P. A. Telephone Main :WH- Saturday, Deo. 18, 19W Sharper Note to Austria WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 18. ._, —A brief, sharp note, permitting of no quibbling, will be forwarded to Austria tonight in the Ancona case. The note was prepared by Sec retary Lansing and approved by President Wilson. In official circles here the situ ation is still considered "very grave." Note Public. Secretary Lausing made public - , today the Austrian answer to the American note. The significant feature of the note Is the Aus trian insistence on further dis cussion of the evidence and the principals involved in the attack on the steamer. It held that Austria was en titled to discuss the facts. It also _, stated that America has no rev son for layiug the blame of the torpedoing on the commander of the Austrian submarine, and sug gested further parley. MOTHER STEKS SON MISSING 27 YEARS Mra. L. M. Alleger of Newark, N. J., mother of Oeorge Lewis Al- * leger, former resident of Taeoma, who has been missing for 27 years, has made one more request for Information which might lead to finding her miming son.