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Saturday, Feb. 5,1916.
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NEW YORK, Feb. ... —"One
wild ride on elephant's back,
$20,000"—that's the bill that
Mrs. Willie Gee has presented to
the Xew York Zoological society
via a damage suit in court.
She alleges the Zoological so
ciety used the elephant as ■
"common carrier" for carrying
passengers for pay In Bronx
Soft Snaps
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Mrs. J. It. Ilinkle, ltd, is niiu
• dered by robber at Salem, Ore.
Cardinal Merrier, primate of
Belgium, has the grip at Rome.
i.eini.nu grants permission
for carrying relief work to Po
land.

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•* B n — —WfOS T.ela Sartoris,
the 7-year-old girl who was badly
burned yesterday when lier niglit
clothes caught fire, will be dis
figured for life, doctors say.
Dr. Robinson, Dentist, Nution.il
Itealty building. adv
Police Judge Kvnns fines Phil
lip Barflah and nana Bpaha $2.".
eßch for being drunk and disor
derly Jan. 31.
Gen. Obregon will be member
Of Carranza's cabinet.
_in .•! i« .iii lted Cross is nskeil
to feed destitute Montenegrins.
Steamer Yokohama Mm v sails
from Sound witli only half of her
cabins filled us result of tying up
of transcontinental traffic.
Flat roof will take place of
THt^B^^^[^^P Trie COOST
SUCCESS i a\. TALKED OF
OF OF T/.E
.park.
She says she was riding on
what she though) was a docile
beast when tlie elephant sudden-
ly started rushing around the en
closure and then made a dash j
for the door. If she hadn't
jumped she would have been
crushed against tlie door casing, I
she claims.
St. James cathedral dome in Se
attle which eolapsed under weigl I
of snow.
David la Livingston, rancher
of Happy Valley, near SeQuill), is
killed by collapse of snow-lad-n
roof ot his liarn.
Supreme court denies petition
lor rehearing of (iottstein liquor
case, blasting last hope of "wets' "
attack on dry law.
llil'tllfl.
Horn to— Mr. and Mrs. James
Edward Beeler. 1217 East o.'ith
St., girl, Jan. 21; Mr. and Mrs.
.Nels lleyerdal, 111 South Oukes
st., girl, Jan. II; Mr. and Mrs.
Daniel Coz/.a, 1147 Soutii Sheri-
I dan aye., boy. Jan. ItO; Mr. and
Mrs. Fred W. Hoover, Eatonville,
girl. Jan. Ill; Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Bottlgor, lI3M South I st., girl,
Feb. _!; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur N.
I.oouey, 140:1 North Oakes St..
girl, Jan. 14; Mr. anil Mrs. Foi
chi Oliasi, i'uyallup valley, girl,
Jan. 21; Mr. and Mrs. Minoru Ta
kagakl, 414 l.'th St., girl, Jan.
21; Mr. and Mrs. Matsutaro Ka
meda, ltll Broadway, boy, Jan.
24; Mr. nnd Mrs. Conrad Minch,
1164 Alaska at., boy, Jan. 19.
FIRE BURNS UP
TOGS FOR ARMY
OTTAWA, Feb. .'.—l'.lre of a
mysterious origin destroyed the
manufacturing plant of Grant,
Holden H (iriilinin Co., manufac
turers of military clothing, en
tailing a loss of 110,018,
KNOW YOUR FACTORIES
The Rogers Co.'s Plant Is An ,
The Bogers Co.. 2136 Tacific 230 pounds. The coffee after
ay., Tacoma manufacturer and leaving the roaster is cooled and
importer of tea, coffees, spices, passed through the chaffing and
extracts, etc., has grown since its grinding machines, from whence
Incorporation in 19011, when a it passes through shafts to the
small building on 25th and C st. next floor for packing. All pro
housed the establishment, to a ducts are packed und prepared
corporation doing a business of for the market on the second
1164,000 a year. floor.
The present plant occupies a The peanut roasters have a
three and a half story building maximum capacity of ISO pounds
and employes 40 persons. The every roast. Alter this process
raw materials such as coffees, Is completed, they pass through
spices, peanuts, tea and extract machines which remove the skins
products are Imported from al! and break the kernels. After the
o>er the world. bad nuts are removed, salt Is
Coffee Yields Curio* added and the peanuts pass
An interesting collection of through the grinding machine
refuse removed from coffee her- which turns out 525 pounds of
rles shows coins from China, peanut butter an hour.
Ciuatanialn, Mexico, Brazil, Dutch
Fast lidies, Salvador and r_n.ua
dor.
There wero beads from the
South seas, nails from the Ar
gentine and. innumerable other
nrticles from tropical countries.
This gives some idea as to the
importing scope of this Tacoma
industry.
The entire top floor of the
building Is devoted to a manu
facturing plant. Tills floor con
tains a coffee and two peanut
ronsters. The coffeo roaster has
a maximum output of 4,000
pounds a day.
Making I'can ill Butter
It takes 20 minutes to roast
NOMINATE DIRECTORS
Nominations for directors of the new Commercial club were
made last night by the four bureaus which had not previously acted.
The men they selected to go on the club ballot to be voted on Tues
day were as follows:
Legislation and taxation James J. Cameron, J. H. Davis,
Franklin Fogg, Guy E. Kelly, J. T. S. Lyle, Frank D. Nash.
Rnral development—W. H. Dickson, W H. Paulhamus, Marshall
K. Snell, James R. Thompson, C. A. Tonneßon, David H. White.
Publicity—E. M. Card, C. A. Collins, W. W. Cooley, AB. Howe,
Elliott Kelly, Dr. Edward A. Rich.
Traffic and transportation—F. K. Hrown, H. P. Clark, 8. M.
Collins, A. H. Landram, D. H. Rowan, W. E. Russell.
The members' council, which also Is to be represented by three
directors, is meeting this afternoon to nominate six representatives.
Tlie election Tuesday will be followed in the evening by a
get-ncquainted and jollification meeting.
ORGANIZE DAIRYMEN
P_ YALLI'P, Feb. ... -The organization of the dairymen of Puy
allup valley into a cow-testing association was begun today under
the direction of O. E. Gibson of the IT.l T. S department of agriculture,
assisted by C. \V. Orton, \V. J. Langdon and others. It is the pur
pose of the organization to keep a record of tlie amount of milk each
cow gives annually and of butter fat iv the milk, in order that each
farmer may kuow whether his cow is consumer or a producer.
LOADCANNED SALMON
The Harrison direct freighter Crown of Seville arrived in port
yesterday afternoon Horn Europe by way of Synth America and
llritisb Columbia to load 40,0tt0 cases of canned salmon and ship
ments of flour and wheal. She will proceed souUi. The Russian
steamer Yaroslavl of tho Russian volunteer fleet cleared last night
for Vladivostok with a cargo of explosives from Tacoma.
BOOTBLACK BOOTLEGS
Ten days in jail and a $.".0 fine was the sentence imposed yes
terday on If, Scott, a colored bootblack, convicted of bootlegging by a
jury in Justice Muck's court. A strenuous effort on tlie part of At
torney A. O. Bimnciste.r to unseat Mrs. Lucie 11. Dodge, W. C. T. I',
member, from the Jury proved unsuccessful. This was the fourth
conviction in Pierce county justice courts under the dry law. There
lias not been an acquittal.
DEMAND PRIZE SHIP
WASHINGTON, D. (!., Feb. r..—Sir Cecil Spring-Rice, represent
ing the owners of the British steamer Appam. yesterday lodged with
the state department a formal request that the ship be turned over
to the British consul under the terms of Tlie Hague convention. He
ulso served notice that It would be in violation of international law
to permit the German prize crew lo increase tlie efficiency of the ship
or add to her offensive power.
NEW ONE ON ALLIES
LONDON. Feb. s.—That the Krupp factory is preparing a new
surprise lor the allies in the form of a trench revolver gun firm;.
6iio shots per minute, is the statement of the correspondent who ob
tained employment as a steel driller in Hie Krupp shops. The Daily-
Express described the correspondent us a citizen of a neutral state
with a fluent command of the Herman language.
KAISER PLANS RAID
LONDON, Feb. 5. —The kaiser was on tlie western front near (bo
Belgian frontier and with Admiral yon Tirpilz and Prince Henry was
present at a headquarters council, wlrere the details of the Zeppelin
raid on England were planned, according to a report from He.lin.
I'ack On Second Floor
Another portion of the top
'loor is devoted to a spice grlnd
;r, a pepper mill and a baking
lowder machine. A small prlnt
ng plant occupies a corner of this
'loor where all of the stock la
bels are printed.
Tlio second floor Is used en-
Irely for packing. A large num
ber of girls prepare the packages,
Which are passed to a girl oper
ating an electrically regulated
weighing machine, with an oper
iting capacity of II pound pack
ages of coffee a minute.
Canned coffee is seuled by a
latent tin machine which her-
TACOMA
THEATER
One Night
FRIDAY, FEB. 11
Prices: Lower floor
$1.50, $1; balec.iv $1,
75c, 50c; Gallery 25c.
Seats Thursday. Cur
tain 8:15.
Coming Tues. & Wed.,
Feb. 15 and 16
Walker Whiteside
In His Triumphant
success
"THE
I TYPHOON"
THE TACOMA TIMES
Aromatic Place
i metically seals the cans almost
Instantly.
Covers Five Stales
One of the features of which
Vlco President Lawrence is espe
cially proud is the fact that none
of the products manufactured by
his company ever is touched by
the hands. Conveyors and other
machinery replace the physical
operations which are used by
many of tho similar plants not
equipped with modern apparatus.
Tlie company is incorporated
for $125,0(1(1 and does business
in the five northwestern states.
The officials are:
E. R. Rogers, president: K. V.
Lawrence, vice president; A. O.
Oliver, secretary, and C. I).
Beach, treasurer.
TODAY'S
MARKET
I PRICES 1
♦ WHAT PRODUCERS GKT ♦
<$<$• <S> <$ Q> $>■$■ <i> >i> ® <$■*$■$■$>■$ 4>
POULTRY
Hens 150
Ducks lie
Spilngs 160170
Kiiuabs $26*2.-5
I.IXI SKM X
Cows I'l'd*
Heifers |5jft..50
Dressed hogs B#9o
Dressed veal 8 ©12c
Steers $6.25t07.2.j
Hog" 16#«25
Lambs $K'ii7.M)
■wee $«©5.60
♦ WHAT HI I'AILERS PAY ♦
♦ $>3>.>.>.>*3>s>.s>is><s<B>.s<><fc
HITTER, I <_<.S, CHEESE
Fresh ranch eggs 35c
Washington ciiccse l»c
Tillamook 180
Best butter 3Se
Swiss dom asc
ertain, bricks 21c
WHOLESALE MEATS
Cows 9®loo
Heifers 10c
Mutton, wethers ll_c
Hogs, sides 18.
Dressed hog 10c
Steer beef 10© lie
Kwes lO'/ic
Lambs 12ft4.14c
Whole hog lie
VEGETABLES
Potatoes, ton 130(^32
Cabbage, ib lH©Hkc
Hi ussi In sprouts, lb .lo
Onions, lb 2Uc
Carrots, turnips, beets, 5ack....11
Sweets, cwt $2.26©J.51)
Lettuce, head, crate 12.25
Celery, doa. Bfc
Hadlslies, dos. bunches tie
Rutabagas, cwt 11.50
Rhubarb, retail lie
Leaf lettuce, bunch Ie
FRUIT
Navel oranges |3 00
Winter pears $1.10
WILKES COMPANY TO STAGE
RUGGED PLAY OF NORTHLAND
In the role of Ned Trent, v vigorous young man of the North
land, Norimiii ilackett, leading in un al Hie Empress will have un
usual opportunity to display bis talent next week, when Hie Wilkes
players present "The Cull of the North."
The Wilkes Stock company
will he seen next week ill a tense
drama depicting life in the ureal.
rugged oiit-iif-doors tlie Canad
ian forests, The play lor the new
Week is The Call of the North."
George D road burst'a dramatisa
tion of Stewart Edward While's
famous story, "Conjuror's House.''
The Cull ol the North" afford
brilliant opportunity for Norman
Hack-tt In the role ol Ned Trent.
It is huid to be one of Mr. Hack-
Ott's most vivid charm teri/.ations.
The pln.\ is staged in lour acts
and three hhn and bus to do
with life in the Hudson bay
Country. The latlier of Ned
Trent hud several years before
the story begins, offended the fac
tor uf tbe trading post. The fac
tor was all powerful and Stewart
was sent to an ignominious death.
Young Ned Trent in determined
to avenge the death of bis father
Unique Hawaiian Play
at the Tacoma Friday
A big play that grips the
heart, and brings the sob to the
voire, will be seen at the Taconia
theater next Friday niglit, "The
Bird of Paradise". It is by
Kb ha id Walton Tally, who 'mis
spent several yearn on the peaks
(lint start out of the warm waters
ni the South Pacific. Tlie claim
is made that Ihe tropical atmos
phere of our distant insular ;>oa
si islon is faithfully reproduced in
'The Bird of Paradise." Oliver
Monism's stage setting have re
cnlved unstinted praise from
critics and public for their triit I 1 -
fulness. A native Hawaiian band
o! singers will ning the plaintive
Ikahula aad other songs of the
Soulli seas, during the action of
the play.
COHAN FARCE
COMING TOO
"11 Pays to Advertise," the suc
cessful farcical fact which Cohan
and Harris announce for produc
tion at the Tacoma theater, Feb.
11-11, is described as being just
one hearty laugh after another
for two and a half hours. Cohan
and Harris declare that It Is the
funniest farce they have ever pro
duced, an asertion that seems to
be borne out by the tremendous
throngs which nightly gather
throughout the country to watch
the evolution of an idle rich
young man, who, through the in
spiration of love and the soap in
dustry, is transformed into a live
wire iv the commercial world.
Lemons M ©1.50
Cruulierrles, bbl |12
Japs 11.80
Hamulus, lb 5o
Apples 50c nnd up
Oiape fruit, box 15.00
FLOUR
Amocat |7©TlO
_!«,•. Light 17.3S
Pyramid 15.85
V_u>!u>ii 15.7 5
Whole whe.it, bbls IS.SO
Drifted Snow 15.85
Olympic • 15.85
Hlgl.t Flight 17.15
Occident IS 20
■tanam, h'lls |6.25
HAY AND GRAIN
W&pnt, ton |3»*i4o
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Client hay 121
■Mixed timothy |22«23
Oal . car 132
Barley f __9*_
Mi, idlings |33©34
Shorts $!•>
Timothy 124©25
Alfalfa |22©23
Rolled OatS 133.00
Hops. 1915 crop, Ib 9' i ©12 '.j c
PANTAGES
ARTHUR l..\\ l\l * CO. IN
"FROM CONBY ISLAND TO THE
NORTH POLK"
"The Girl and the Game." No. ».
SIX OTHER BIG ACTS.
anil comes to the Hudson Hay
post for that purpose, lie is cap
tured by the factor for trespass
lag, is offered a pardon provided
he will leave the country, but re-
I'uses.
When the order of bis banish
ment comes and he realizes thai
lie is about to lie forced to take
the Journey that brought death to
his lather, he determines to .?H
--oape, He determines to obtain a
I riflo which will at least enable
I lii 111 to provide food. In order to
Ida this, be makes love to the fac
l lor's daughter who believes in
| him Implicit!} and who lulls In
love with liini. Trent then learns
that the love is mutual and lie
refuses lo take the gun she
brings lo him. The story then
deals witli his aocape, |)i,i capture
j and bis final pardon through a
j series of intensely dramatic
| scenes.
Cui'lotla Montei-ey, who lias the
role of "I.iihiiii," tho Hawaiian
nil I, In the pretty play "The liird
of Para' Use."
LEAVES SOCIETY
TO FIGHT PLAGUE
LUCY' f SULLIVAN
She will (juit society to become
a crusader against tuberculosis.
As secretary of the Kalamazoo,
Mich., Anti-Tuberculosis society
■he will make tlie fight against
the "white plague" her life work.
NEW SONG SUCCESSES ABOUND
AT PANTAGES COMING WEEK
"Bobble" Harris ami-Harriet lumulin, who bring some of the
latest eastern sing successes lo Taconia next week.
Natl week the Bant ages will
offer a triple-headline feature
Mil wilh at least four of the plx
acts of a strong comedy charac
ter. Of the feature acts "The
Office tiiris" i pretentious musi
cal comedy ullh a east of nine
has the honor of closing the bill,
ll Is a breezy, jingly musical af
fair wlih some screamingly fun
ny comedy. Tbe company Is
beaded by Hi |« Hi; lis. William
Crnip ami Belie Moatroee. Miss
Montrose is n farmer favorite of
musical comedy
Another strong comedy feature
will lie Uallagher and Curlin aad
a company of six in "Before the I
Mast," a nautical traveoty. This
is a screaming fane with its
scene laid on Hie deck of a ship.
The third feature, that would
lie ii topline attraction on any bill
is Miss Bessie Harvey, the alng
oqueetrleaae. Mi»s Harrej is a
clever and talented vocalist who
developed her liohhv in the train
ing 01 a boantlful while hgrse to
assume ■ number of pretty posea
H she sings.
"Hobble" Harris and Harriet
Knowlin are two gifted girls who
have a comedy singing and talk
ing skit in Which they make use
of the piano with pleasing effect,
Their repertoire of songs is aald
lo lo new and clever.
Keegan and Kile worth are
darners a man and I maid
who call themselves "The Wei■';
I Kadora." sun another unique
EMPRESS
b__inw n ___ SUNDAY MATINEE
WHiMM stock company presents
"The Ca!l t ° h f e North"
A Vivid. \ Idle Hiamiiti/atiun of Stewart Edward White's Great
Story of the I nliudlnii Woods by Goo. Hioadliiirst
—wllh—
NORMAN HACKRTT, PHOEHE HUNT \NI> SI'PKRR WILKES
(AST AMi PRODUCTION
HAKGXIN MATINUM —SI'NIIAV, WEDNESDAY AND
SATI HDAY
PRICKS—MgIKs, I.V. aflc. ..Be and .Vie; Matinees, 15c and 2.V.
Phone Muln MOl—Order Keats Early.
PANTAGES HI
HEGINK MONDAY MATINEE
TRIPLE HEADLINE I'EATURK RII.L
"The Office Girls"
With IM\ie Hants, Wm. Craig and l>lle Montrose, and
Six Stunning Dancing Girls
GALLAGHER & CAHLIN RICHER tf WINIFRED
in ln
"Before the Mnxt." Riotous ( uinedy
Bessie Harvey—The Sin i i.-; Equestrienne
HARRIS & UXOWI.IN KKEGAN & ELLSWORTH
llurinoiiy i.nlv. "The Week-Enders."
"Tlie Girl and The Game," Chapter (I, with Helen Holmes
AGENCY HUDSON,
PACKARD TOURING CARS AND TRUCKS
PACIFIC CAR CO.
No. 2nd and Q Main 132 a
PAOE THREE.
land effective comedy act. will 1)0
that Of Huiker and Winnified,
two colored eniiieillans who give
an Af rican-Chineoo skit.
"The tiirl and the Game will
complete the show.
Whiteside In
"The Typhoon"
Walker Whiteside and his ex
cellent company win come to tha
Taooma theater for two nlghta.
commencing Tuesday, Feb. 14.
Ah the medium of his dramatic
expression Mr. Whiteside will
present The T.phoon," the hhjf
ami vital play In which he wag
lu:t set n bora about three yeara
ago. and which has served Mm sr»
wi II ever since. Its timeliness IS
more a pari nt just now than .vhenl
ii vas flisl liisrln.-ed here, deal
ing ai H does v.iih the activities
ot the Japanese in the capitals o{
the world,
m_fM-M-a_B-a-_Ha-_aH-n_B
—ELK—
Typewriter Ribbons
WALTER BERG
STATIONERY CO.
Develop—l'rlnl—Enlarging
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