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K-*s m-Tico/v/A . _wjt/vd et/tne-TT Killed. Work. THE SHOPPING CENTER OF TACOMA Stone-Fisher Fashion Service Foremost in Variety of Sports Apparel t^s. —The demand for sports aji- _ ~ / y\ pare! Ih BWMplftg tin- hunt. The JA style are essential!) \merlcau ,____■____. —smart und (lasliiiiK. Hie col- An M ois -p.' liepiutlful. \'i woniiin BSrM Mi mmLm Tacoma I* talking al mrJjWAm sports apparel — More new Aw rff(l WW} m BtyleH to aliow tomorrow. op"sU£*oß m-V \\ SPORTS SUITS f$IJPl?^ mT Sticli a colorful show inj. old ~*_J WW 'W&sW; jT .TOSS, Ki'.U'y green, i'd| ei'.hation, VL j3** :\ canary, primrose, white. Vl^" I - - Heuutit'ul Jersey silks, all of li __■/ k one color, or white skirt with m^7\ /N --blue or green jacket. Also \<ool _H^Am. Z_____^-!___. Jerse.. putts in light i iml heavy r j tfift 'nW^ii-m\ weight* and |>lali cheviots. fill, 'jfliM , fI?W - Sip Patch pockets, loose lulls and " ■m ' ■fr^^'' contrasting trimmings are feu- 1 n " F J\*V *|l tnres some have «Ide sailor \\ f ~-J V collars. Priced at $ir». WO, v / / «ta»..V» and M-1.00 -, . _, - / sports coats Extraordinary! / g&^StffSß Beautiful Easter VA*^V N / -CHU or knitted angora fall- I L'llS WOrt HtO ft / "\^___^ _^ lie, white trimmed with rose, am I IB // """TS or Copenlipiippcn nnd caimiy «b I/C, Oil Sale. £ / 11 trimmed witk. white, pit .Vlll...(l ' * \ I j \ - Corduroy coats In old rose, mm. - I V primrose, tan, Copenhagen, ia- Or *" •«. „ - w , nary, green, white and livo C_L m toned, priced at .*li», fISJM, * - Others „r i„-p - k plaid w«l" Vrw sad whitJ'liS ~Xot ll >;0,,,1 !"'v,e ie ™,S3,n K— and white, green and whit*, at |*6.0 d —Hals large, medium and < diilH el terse} silk in canary, rose and green, trimmed with small. .Many are advance mini collai utiii bead ol ' heck to match MM* mer styles in licht colors never at C 1 C i shown hefore. INeW OpOrtS OWeaterS —Every lot new, lust received - The summer wtltl is lacomplets without a sweeter- useful """""' Blia|,es' ■•» colors, new tiinl appropriate for practically ever) outdoor purpose, trimimnirs. —Some beauties are of Jersey silk In plain colors or broad Valnoo \t\ 41 0 ot stripes in rote, blue and green, at $IAJAA V dIUcS LO $1Z at —others of fllcer Hilk aud fine wool knttled weaves in green, gm. . *> _r* gold. lilue and old fuse, In plain colors trimmed with Ktrlpes T\._X sill or Stripes tritiiineil with plain, al *lU>."», IjtK.l).-. and. . . $ 111.00 I^TIW Make the Kitchen Efficient, Install a Sellers "New Idea" Kitcheneed vfTTK Special Demonstra- >^"**\ I Jl\ tion All Week / \ Mm \m^—— -^ilL I "'!' '"," ew'lt' ,'an >!(> herself I Itl '^tL.t'-l ?'|L,j(— ~~~T7%777m77mk\ Juatioe With her cooking needs I 1 A IIII^B ir^aiß 111 ijl 7xa~x\i&1 ** "*l nciittei'ed here aud there over tlie % II i i,i(A aTgjSj) Wt Kilclieneod Is Just AOur Idea 11 _^S ma^^^^^ ol' What n Kitchen ( al.lnel Should Me. Kitcheneed shewing ticket - Siihstantially built of solid oak, Showing the substantial ti«> with :» compaitments. ornamental in appearance, every- aovet-tail construction oi the lliing needed in the preparation of Kitcheneed. n meal M your I'lngeis' ends, no Kitcheneed showing toll rur. w 1' 'It lt~j^_C3___s_m \ tain gulon-.stii liftei in the / JkWAT*** ■ uiW \ Kitcheneed showing lolling ' w^_^as MAKE YOUR WIKE happy r*" y <JIVE HER A KITCHENEED I Kitiheneed showing the glass Sold on "EfISV Tprm<s knobs on the drawers and OOIQ °" m * Kitcheneed showing cutlery cabinet!. 6EE SPECIAL WINDOW DISPLAY *r*w*r with com P» Ttm«nts- Each Kitcheneed Equipped With 10 Pieces Aluminum - - A very Special offer for this week only—lo pieces hit;h grade aluminum, including 6-(|t. Saure Pan. Covered Kettle, 4-qt. Sauce Pan with lock cover, .No. 8 Fry Pan, 8-qt. Preserving Ket tle, Large Spoon, Cake Turner, Ladle, Measuring Cup, Flour Dredge. Steamers Tacoma and Indianapolis for Seattle Leave Municipal Hook, Taco ma, 7:10, »("', 11 en a. in.: 1 uu 3:00, 5:00, 7:00. 9:00 p. m. I.euvtj Column Dock. HenttU, 7 "ii »:00, 11:00 h. m.p 1:00,3:00, 6:00, 7:00, 9:15 p. in Contest anil Pluest Steamers. Slnglo Far*. 35e; Hound Trip. Me. I Is lit llnnntl Trips Hslly. s. a. jom:s. tini. Offices Municipal Doc. M. J1l» RAILROAD HEAD WARNS WORKERS LOS ANGHLLS, April 17. — President K. P. Ripley, of the Santa Fe railroad, In connection with the recent demands made by the rsllrosd brotherhood for a shorter day, wrote letters last night to them warning them to do nothing which would Jeopardise their posltons. PREPARES FINAL NOTE TO GERMANY WASHINGTON, D. C, April 17.—The American nolc tv Ger- many in which President Wilson sums vii all of the grievances of submarine attacks upon mer chantmen carrying l*. s. citizens, has been coinpb ted and will be dispatched at any moment. MURDER IS END OF OLD GRUDGE NORTH YAKIMA, April 17.-- W. Y. Lee, a Korean, confessed last night thai he murdered C. P. Song, another Korean, on March 27 on the hitter's ranch. The kill ing was the outgrowth of a grudge, he said. THE TAOOMA TIMES ALLIES INSULT GREECE LONDON, April 17.—The al lies may force Ureace into ihe war again.-.! her will. Overriding objection,*, the en tente powers today are transport ing Serbian troops overland from Corfu to Salonika. Germany pro tested that she would regard this as a deliberately unfriendly act, should Ureece permit It. King Constantino is reported to be incensed at the allies' action. Frenc-li correspondents at Ath ens stated that Constantino may attempt to use force to halt the movement of the Serbian troops. Hanger from submarines caused the spuding of troops overland. Premier Skouloudls Inquired the Teutonic, position, and receiv ed the reply that Oreece would commit an unneutral act If it should acquiesce in the proposal. Skouloudls stated the people might make a demonstration if the Serbians went through Greece. The allies, however, pro ceeded with their plans. NEW LUMBERMILL TO START RUNNING CHKHALIS, Aprl 1 17.—The new Curlisle-Pennell Lumber Co.'s mill at Onalaska will be in operation before a week, accord ing to an announcement last night by the owners. 20 GIRLS ESCAPE IN SCHOOL RIOT SAN FRANCISCO, April 17.— Twenly girls, Inmates of St. Cath erine's home, a school for way ward girls, revolted last night and after breaking through the guard overpowered two polire men and escaped. All but eight were recaptured. I Teeth ____i *H__ __________■_____■ Ur. J. P. Ilr. W. B. A v.( l«. Mar. Hums, »i m r Let us make an ex- Binlnalion of your teeth, it will cost you nothing, an4. we will tell you what you need and what it will cost. Then if you decided to have us do your work we shall be glad to do it. If not, you are un der no obligations whatever. PLATES If you have a loose plate and can't eat with any comfort, let us reproduce it for you, making It tlie equal of a new plate at half the cost. Should you want a new plate try one of our Electro Whalebone plates. Price #5.00 to $13.00, or our Import ed Maroon Rubber plate. Price »a.OO to 110.00. Ten year writ ten guarai.'ie with each plate. PAINLKBB EXTRACT ING SOo In all ordinary oases it is a simple matter to extract teeth without pain (if the dentist knows how). The an aesthetic must be ap plied in the proper place and come ln con tact with the right tis sue if you wish to ex tract teeth painlessly, lei us extract that bad tooth. HHIIXiF, WORK *•-> Either gold or porcelain bridge work we thoroughly understand. We are also masters of Steele's interchangeable bridgeworh, also saddlehack bridges where aUwte nients have been destroyed. PYORRHEA (Looee Teeth) We make a specialty or treat ing this disease and can save loose teeth and make them last for years. If you are troubled with pyorrhea we woi.id like to explain our method to you. We make no charge for this service. ALL WORK OIA HAWKED 10 YKAIIH CORNER NINTH AND BROADWAY Bombard Warships PARIS, April 17.—A French aviator dropped 16 bombs from an altitude of 100 yards on the decks of German warships in the North sea, it was announced to day. It is believed the missiles were effective. Aviators were active last night from Verdun eastward, despite a dense fog. They bombarded the lallway stations at Conflans Pagnyn, Arneville and Roinpaeh. fierman batteries shelled the French west of the Meuse. 'Preparedness' Number of Tahoma Out The Preparedness number of the Talioma, edited by the Junior classes of both high schools, ap peared today. Sanford Marvin, Il editor-in-chief. The following students assist ed ln the publication: Stadium -John Bole, Kenneth [ Fulton, Del Haverkainp, Fred 1 llartnian, Esther Wintler, Louise 1 Codfrey, Kate Hillings, Catherine Hunt, Esther Snider, .Margaret I Craig, Clara Pesseuiier, Mary' Perry, Robert Olds, Jeanne (iei ger. Mays Relim, Darrel Smith, Ralph Wilson, llarrisoii Clark. Lincoln Park—Clarence Lang low, Howard Sisson, Martin Pei fdug, Charles Atkins, Claude Rrennan, Julia Haymond, Carolyn l.eiumon, Vera Reed, Marguerite Edgar, Violet Osborn, Harry Berg, Violet Osborn, Robert Olds, ■ether Lindstrom, Paul Eaton, Desty Lane, Darrel Smith. FIVE SHIPYARDS HAVE 810 ORDERS PORTLAND, April 17.- Five ship building yards near Port land will begin building deep sea vessels within a short time. Sev eral contracts have been accepted, while others are pending. ANOTHER VESSEL SENT TO BOTTOM LONDON, April 17. The Brit ish steamer Cardonia, which sail ed from Seattle Nov. S with a car go of wheat, has been torpedoes it was announced by the admir alty. UNIVERSITY GIRL DROWNS IN LAKE SEATTLE, April 17.- Miss Lea Peterson, of Tronglijen, Nor way, a student at the Cniverßity of Washington, was drowned last night in Lake Washington when a canoe in which she was riding with three friends overturned. , Her body has not been found. GETS BROKEN LEO OUT OF ACCIDENT Helen Olley, 12, sustained a| broken leg yesterday while rid ing in a machine driven by Rob- j crt Tarbon near Dupont, which ! was struck by an automobile trav eling in the opposite direction. I THREE MORE SHIPS FOR ALASKA ROUTE The Alaska Steamship Co. an- j nounces that three new steamers | are en route to this port from the Atlantic coast to be put in the Alaska service as ore boats. NOON SERVICES AT COLONIAL THEATER j Rev. W. A. Moore, of the | First Christian church, will speak ithis noon at the first of a series of downtown services during Pas- \ sion week. Today's services will j be held ln the Colonial theater. i/rr |AY cAimo.v copiks lILEi LVA Are remanent. WALTER BERG STATIONERY 00. 806 Hei- Ice Hldg. Buckley-Tacoma Stage Co. EFFECTIVE AFTER AUO. 1 Lenro Tacoma .Leave Murkier Hi oo a. in. 8:00 a. in. 8:80 p. m. 112:80 p. in. •H:00 p. Hi. 0:00 p.m. 'Except Bat. and Sunday. SPECIAL Sat. and sun. Only. Leave Tacoma ll:,to n. Ia OFFICE and DEPOT Puritan Drug Store (•Hi aud Pacific Aye., Tacoma ltuckley—Overinyer'* Hound Trip UI..V>: Slngla ggg_ DAILY Lv. Eatonville. Lv. Tacoma. 8:00 a. lv. 8:00 a. m. 1:00 p. m. 1:00 p. m. • ■•" p in 4:00 p. m. SI'NDAY 9:00 a. m. 8:00 a. m. 2:00 p. m. »4:00 p. m. 7:00 p. m. •Two cars. Eatonville-Tacoma stage Ka powsln and Clay City connec tions. The »tore that rou money I S & H SJMHj JH I TACQMA H Broadway and 15U> Stt^oet >-°»' u£«"«- Easier Week Prosperity Sale of Smart Apparel Everything In Men's, Women's and Children's Wear at Low Prices g^ Women's Silk Suits Priceds22.so, p||> $25.00, $27.50 to $35.00 iM'Jr?*' Women's Cloth Suits Priced at mm¥%. $14.75, $19.75, $25 to $35. W" I Women's Spring Coals Priced at I nWyi $5, $8.50, $9.98, $12.50 Up. \% \ (UXr Silk Waists > 53.98, $4.98, $5.98 \\l \f\ Boys> Suits $395 to $7.50. Wl f u\\ Men's Suits With 2Pair Trousers Wl \\\ 7 Patterns $16.50. (J Vj Men's Hats at $2 to $3.50. New Spring Shirts $1. and $1.50. Vr Handsome New Cravats 50c. x " Smart Shoes for All. NEWEST FALSTAFF SAYS SHAKESPEARE IS FOR ALL TIMES AND FOR ALL PEOPLE THOMAS WISE AS SIR JOHN FALSTAFF. NKW YORK, April 17. — "Shakespeare is not only for all time, but for all actors and all audiences," Bays Thomas WIM, who, until a few weeks ago had neTer played a Shakespearean In a single night Wise jumped IN THE EDITOR'S MAIL Muirt letters from Times rentier*, of Kent-mi Interrsl nnt< .vltlonul personal limine. »l_l be printed. Write ahnat anything; or anybody >«.i v%lsh, but ilo uot bnve malice as your motive. Mnny letter* are not i-rittietl because they nrc too loug. Keep 'em short. Editor Times: Since there seems to be so much money in Owen Woods' slush fund, I herewith claim the $.-)00 which be says he will give to anyone who can show that he has one man in his employ who is not a citizen. Here are the facts: Louis Laduke has been on tbe city pay roll for the past four or five years. He is now emploied by Woods as a street sweeper. On March 20 he drew II days' pay at $2.50, $:!2.50. On April I he drew 14 days' pay at $2.50, $35. This man tried to register in 1909; said he was born in Can ada and had been here four yrars. He could not show his papers and was not allowed to register. In 1910 he came In again, Bald he — was born in New York and couli from comedian ln farce and mu sical comedy to a star in plays written by Shakespeare,* whose three hundredth birth anniver sary will be celebrated by club plays and pageants in all parts of the country, April 27. part. not sign his name, but Bert Campbell registered him anyhow. He has never been allowed to register since. j Now. Owen, come through, as \. need the money and you have plenty to spare. Please send check for $7,00 to yours very truly, C. C. PAGE. NUXATED IBON InamH^^BM Increases strength O^T^wZ^Wl "' <l-llcate, nery tmrlTlllll ou* r.iint.ivvn pen- ■ ■ ill leal P 1* 200 ""' <''nt I^IAImSI 'n '*" '" I many Instanoea. < 136 JL JJill I 'alls c-.k per full' l^^Aiay^H explanation In I^^^^^^^^^^* lixx-g* nit his soon ' to appear In this papsr. Ask your ' dootor or druCf.st about It. Crown IDrug t'u, *'*H* carry it |n stock. Monday, April 17,1910. American Wounded WASHINGTON, D. C., April 17 Shrapnel wounded an American when an Austrian submarine Tuesday shelled and set tire to the Russian steamer It'tpcrator, landen with lumber, the Amarlcut< consul at Barcelona, reported to day. The submarine shot at. the steamer three times without warning. One shot was effective. The attack occurred near the Columlirede islands. A second American escaped injury. I , [ ■ HLM MIL STOPS ROHM AT OXCB ;! It is a positive fact that the limine!,! resinol ointment touchea any itching skin, the itching' usually stone and -_ healing begins. Ul-________s^ff^£Bl less the trouble is^~~C^~^J Internal condition, due to some serious : >- _jm it quickly clears "fc-."^- I away all I tare of -*fr.vl-'-;rt H ecezina, ringworm, 'r *-.' wm pimples, or slniilar^^^-*^^ tormenting, unsight ly eruption, leaving the ihla clear and healthy. And the best of it is you need never hesitate to use resinol soap an resinol ointment. There is nothing in iheiu to injure the ten derest surface. Resinol la a doc tor's prescription which for over twenty years has been used by careful physicians in treating skin affections. They prescribe resi nol freely, knowing thai its sooth ing, healing action is brought about by medication so hland and gentle as lo be suited lo the moat delicate or Irritated skin even of a tiny baby. Kvery druggist sella resinol soap and resinol ointment. Samples free, Dept. 3-R, Resinol, Baltimore, Md. WE SELL CHEAPER White River Potatoes. 100 lbs $IM White River, medium size. 100 lbs 03c Netted Com, 100 IDs. »l.(IO Early Rose, 100 lbs..Vl.tiO Beauty of Hebron, 100 lbs. for si i.o Early Rose (seed), 100 lbs 91.2H Stock Potatoes, 100 lhs. WAt Onions, || lbs 25c Carrots, sack 73c Yakima Potatoes, $1.40 and $1,150 Beets, sack 73c Parsnips, sack 75c All Kinds of Poultry Food. Flour, Feed, Vegetables and Fruit. free Delivery to Ail Parts of the City. WESTERN FRIIT CO. (or. littb and Market. Main 1020.