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PJFFLE BOX^NQ BASEBALL ATHLETICS BIGGEST CROWD EVER,EXPECTED FOR BIG GAME Tkvndijr'a obmlmi pn i>r the NorlliUf. tciii league at III" Stadium Will l>»> one o( I lie blK »;fvi rranti in ih»- blatorj of Ta- COliui I ;i.-<•!i.il 1 ■vorjf Indication polita to a 15,000 crowd. The b«I) faar of the funs' (omiiiMie Is Ihat rai.'l BM] inlert' re. It vsill lie lmpo«- Bllile to |l;,y In Hie Sladliini If it Hluuilil rain. Xnl o.ily v. ill the city hall I- elme a hall' holiday, but moM of the I auks and big bttßtßCaa honioa wiJl l.'t ihi'lr e!!i|ilo.M-s oil' in the aftamooß. Tka labor iiniuiis have all iirKfl tlieir niein hers to attend. A!e\ Knltiiii, leader or the fan>' eoaimtttoo, has call d a PETER'S IFFLE Trapobootlag has taken IU place alongside tfie public bathing beach Md automo -I<i I in;; an B pagtlßM Which throatoM to plaj havoc with tlie attendance, nt baooball gaaiei tiiis nmob, Tron ■ lliinoi Bport tho target j.;:i 111 •• h:is arisen uatll now |38, --•00,000 is spent annually I•>■ devotees, according to sta tistics just released There are 500,000 aitive trapahooters in till country today. Including c. C. MoUlagor und Da\'U BtlOS, Statistics also hliow there are iv the t'liiled States at tlie prMent time approxi iniiti.Jy 1,004 registered (illl*. The total outlay for clttbbOMM, niciiinds, auto inatii' traps and other il> \ices is 13,106,000. 11l tHMiMlag his l<it con slating of guns, gun las™, glasses, cleaniiiK rods, shoot liiK JscketH and other trap clothing. Wek 'iiiii'^i.! i In |mh to an expense of al>o\it f'.H. which iiicHiih that the trapshooteis of tlie country have laid out approximately $3.'i,()00,00o for their equiji ■Ht During the season of It IB more than 10,000,5t0 shots were fired. Kach cost an av eraKe of .*. cent.". This means the trap Knots spent |f,000, --< for ammunition. Add to this the Mm paid out for lailroad fate, bus hire, hotel bills, etc. - approximately $12,000,000 -and you find t!in devotees! Of the target HBUhlSg paHtinic IDSBd |1t, 000,000 ann'iallv in f"l- How My Dad Taught Me to Play Baseball By Joe Tinker, Jr. FIRST BASE IIV MM TIXKKH, JK. Tho first baseman should be the aUfWrt Mtchw on the team, as a large ptrcMtagt of the bulls thrown ko to his station. When the baifti are empty pity wpII Into the field for hits that would oth erwise ro saf<' Make your pitch er cover first baM on playi of tliis nature. Dob'l maka iwift over hand throws which an llalile to be muffed. Keep your tTta on the batter if first is Occupied. If he limits to vjinl first, run in and gti the ball and p#g it to Meond, taking n chance that It will lie returned quickly enough to head off the man who in rUMlag to first. Make •ach peg be accurate. Hefore yon throw be pure you will lic?.d the runner off. I'ractlc o handling low balls. Ael an pick up Invariably retires the batter. A long reach Is a ureat h"lp to • first baseman. It Ik Hoinetimrs hard to gauge a limn throw*. Stand with both feet in front ol the base so that the position may be easily changed from one 8ld« to the other, according to tho course of the ball. Watch for the foul flies. Practice sprinting. Al wayx be on the ulcrt to grab popups 1)od t wait for the ball to coir.c to you. Qo after it! URTBK KOK HTKKI.K There is a letter on the sport ing editor's desk for Caul Steelo, manager of the Tacoma Siliool of Boxing. TI'RK T** TIIK CfitKRIPIRtI WANT ADB OX I'ACK 7 H»H KKBU.I.H. UKK PACK WKVKK, SPORTS and AMUSEMENfSTS^ 11:»•*•! ill k of the ini-iniiiT' for this rveuiiig, 10 be held In his ofHce, when final pinna will l>n niadf. All hough many automobiles have hlre.idi heen offered for the parade, more urt> de»lr d. Dim its do not need to send in notifi cation, hut art* merely a-kcil to form In llm 'I'hwr.-dav iiftcrnonu. MaiiaKfr Hull rtloaaN three players last nijiht. They no : Pitchara Koch ami Brown, aM ■ Catcher Hechunt. The lattOf is I (lever |ilavcr, but Hall's atrOßg j point in catebara, *ni he hail to let oi: ■ (iT them Henry PMOKOB, I'iti licr, .in.l MnillriH, Houtli|iiiw from Tex.is, hire duo today to ■trangtbea the ! Tiger twlrlliiß Biaff. lowing their sport. There will 1,,. 4| J shoot ing tournaments during Hie MHMI, Which starts this iiionth, and every comimin ity of any size will stage one or another Of the c\eiits. Intercollegiate sw Immen will have a fine flock or rec ords to sh.ol iit next BOttOM as the ic-n!i of brilliant work done l.y Heil>ert Voll tner oi Columbia university in the championship liiin pionship campaign recently ended. The eastern tank wizard scored It point! in the nine dual contests or mere flian one-third Of the L'tiV points renlstered by Co liiinliia. In addition to mklBC I IM point -si-orin;; record Volliner sei the inteicollr^i ate mark for Mm yards at (I t'S seionds. lie nnide a worlil'u record of 5S I-.', ser onds for the centmv and also hmin up new world's figures of 1 : l'!t ■!-:> for 1 11 yards. of 2:10 4-r, lor I'OO yards and :.': 1M 4-:, for 220 yanls. american~Yeague Htamlinif or tin- Ctako. Won. Lost. Pot. New York !"> I .711 Boston ii 4 .('>>'( St. Lou In I •» ..".')• Washington ,, S 4 ..'.56 Chicago ti 5 .r,4" Detroit I I .609 Cleveland :» f. J7I I'hlladel|plila ... 2 6 .2.'.0 (■aniCH Yesterday. R II E Chicago It 7 0 Detroit. I I 1 llatteries: Kaber and Schalk: i.-i'ii'H. Moland and Stunage. Bi.\tli of ii Merle* of photo*, poncd especially l>j Joe Tinker, r., for ihis iwkp, uu liuw to piny bameball. LIKE DAD LIKE SON l';illiei mid sou in iictiim. Itoli l-'it/siininons. sr.. Nt leu lea tfclag Hob Kil/siininons, Jr., at ilulil. tlie maiilj iirt. |B«O1 mioth fr vleu of "Voting |!ol)." Gangway for Holi Fltzslnimoiis, jr. The flghtin' son of Uiiliy Robert is read.\ for his rirst big ring combat. Thta chip of the old block is primed for a campaign which lii: famous <lnri hopes v. i'l >'teld anoth-r nl( lie in the lihll of pugilistic fame for the fimiily. A Rood-lookinu, clean-cut lius ,ky, YouiiK Hoh tarries none of tlie distinguished charactorlttlci of the pugilist. The hlg boy. in few ways re sembles his battle*OcarfOd par ent. You remember the Cornlsli nian's skinny less. Ills son has huge thtghl and thick talTOa. His torso is larger und his head rounder and more clean cut, while his face Ir plumper and more planting. Tliis can't be the son of Old Bol>, you tell yoursell'. His shoulders remind you of nitt dad'n. Tlie son has ruby hair; also 1)1 ue eyes, other character istics of the former champion. "I am not entering tlie boxing game because I love it." said YouriK Bob," at his quarters In W'ollanton, Mass. "I don't know ■ i....ii. ■ ■..■■■■' ,i,. i : THE TACOMA TIMES why I took It up unless it was I | heard the call of tha ring, it w»e in my blood, I guess. My father: never advised me to follow hisi steps. When 1 was It! father told me the koo<l and bad sides of bo\- ; ing an a profession." For months I deliberated my 1 course. Finally I asked him to take me on the road hb Kparriiit;' partner. I saw many of the no— called white hope; and riaht now ' I believe I can lick any of the \ proaant-day stars. 1 can beat fntlier and he certainly could stop either W'illard or Morau, old as ha is today. PACIFIC COAST Standing of the Club*. Won. Lost. Pet. I,os \ngeles ...11 8 .07:1 Oakland 11 9 .."..-,0 Vernon It 10 ,124 | Sim Francisco ..10 11 .4 7t> Salt Lake 7 9 .4:17 Portland 7 It ** JM (■nines Yesterday. Morning game— R 11 B I Vernon 2 a I Oakland 8 11 1 llatteries: Quinn, Johnson aud Spencer: .Martin and Klliott. Afternoon game— R H X Vermin 7 11 1 Oakland I I ll Batteries: Kromni? und Mit/.i; Boyd and Klliott, (.iriffith. R II E Salt Lake 4 10 I Portland 3 8 SI Batteries: Russell, Relsigl and Hannah; Noyen, Higginbotliiiii and Fisher. Morning name — R II B San Francisco 8 l.i 4 Los Angeles 1 4 1 Batteries: Corbett and S?pul veda: Scoggins, Stanridge, Horst man, Thompson and Doles. Afternoon game— R H X San Francisco 4 8 '- Los Angeles 3 14 I Batteries: Baum. Stein fund Sepulveda; Hogg, Scogglns .tail Uussler. NATIONAL LEAGUE Standing of the Clubs. Won. Lost. Pet Philadelphia ... 6 1 .167 St. Louis 5 4 f'''6! Chlcapo 5 4 I".">G Cincinnati 5 & *.~>W Boston 3 3 ,6«tf Pittsburg 4 6 .400 Brooklyn 2 3 .400 New York 1 & .1M Game* Yesterday. R H E St. Louis 2 10 I Cincinnati 1 10 1 Batteries: asper, Sallee, Ames and Snyder, Qonzales; Toney, Mc- Kenry, Schneider and Clarke, Wlngo. R H E Pltlsburg <—0 1 1 Chicago > 4 1 Batteries: Kan tinner. Mar manx and Schmidt; McConnell and Archer. 808 FITZ., JR., LURED BY CALL OF PADDED RING | Young Hob simply has to win 'the he;iv\ weight title. No (second | rater could lie lie with the mem ! ory of Ills father's ring career 1 < (instantly before him. Seven years of unremitting ; selt-deiiial preceded Young Hob's j announcement that lie was ready ito battle the big guns. His father was a strict trainer. No 'tobacco, M liquors - - training. training. boiillg lessons ewry ' day, terrific pummeling of his young head and body was his lot and ever before him the question: "Will I make Rood?" Old Bob sa>s the "chip" will deliver. BOBLES LET W.O.W. TEAM MAKE SCORES Two wild pitches and a fumble were the only reasons why Ray drummers \V. O. W. City league te:iin drew thoso niree runs yes terday in their game with the Ta coma Tigers at Athletic park. Any spectator will tell you that the semi-pros were not entitled ro score at all. But the Tigers, stiil a little raw because the bad wt'.-ilher has prevented proper training, could not seem to get a tight grip on the ball. The final score was 14 to it. Tucoma scored in every inning I tint the fifth, finishing with fo tr i runs in tlie eighth, just to lirn*; ; tlie score into two figures. | BrowM, the first man up in the i first inning for the W. O. \V. ' boys, reached first when Blgbee fumbled the ball, and scored when Lyle Bigbea made- a wild pitch. In the sixth Averill made two wild pitches and L. .Mockel made I run. Bigbee fought the ball in the eighth, and .Mockel made an other tally. A good sized crowd attended the game. Score: RUE Tigers 1111 2 D. O. W, .. - 3 I 4 Batteries: Bigbee,( Averill, Browne and Kley, Roberts; R. .Mockel, L. Mockel, Dahl and Daily. BILLIARDS Lee Turner won from Shay McOtll in the amateur tourna iiient at ThoniaH parlors, 100 to S9. onlght Bill Raymond of An drews' club meets Edwards of Xarada club. George Dunn of Alfred's won from Ira Wright of the Mono grams at Peterson ft Cooksle's i..Hi night, 100 to 83. Tonight Edward Woods of Peterson & Oooksie's meets C. Nasser of the X Street club. C. O. Brower won from Albert Rousseau in the professional tournament, 75 to 57. Tonight Harry Andrews meets Lee Tur ner. Naubert and Brown are still tied, with a percentage of .800. With the Am ateurs The f"-t little 14-am of the South Taeoinu Crescents met their first defeat of ili< season yes terday at Dupont when the Du pont City leaßiie team took them into ramp by a 9 to 3 ■core. Dupont showed much better form than in any recent game. Pat Mayer, of the Tiger cam)), Connolly of Vancouver, and Harry Hammond have Joined the team. Kelly at Hhort and DaalalaOß at third were Crescent «Ura. Score: R H ■ Crescents 3 6 3 Dupont !t 14 1 Ualleri-s: Isenburg and CJen ln; Hammond, Marks and Hale. *■ $•■s><s limiirMn high «iini«>i %\<>n from (Vntrulia In a tight- game Sat urday, .'( lo I. Mills, the Roch ester twirier, won the game by holding ('"iilralia imtterH to thriT hits during the game. Homebody Ims heeii feeding the South Tacoma Tigers raw meat. On their own field at .">SIII and I'iiiou yesterday they walked away with a 23 to 4 victory over tlie Moose team of the Valley league. The Tigers lilt hard and showed more than usual agility in fielding. Jen sen and Kierstead each drew four hits, with Jensen and Ed die McTigh both getting home runs. Score: R H E Moose 4 8 7 South Tacoma I'o 22 2 Halterieg: Syiies»s. Engle and I'ollark; Christian and Richter. ♦ €> * With l.efl.v Schroeder, i-pcently releatiul by Russ Hall, pitching for the Steilacoom b»ys, Clare Dwyer's Trib Beavers didn't have a chance >estordav at the asylum. Scliroeder luld the Heavers to two hits, while the hospital team of the City league slummed the ball un mercifully. Score: n 11 ■ As\ him I 14 2 Heavtrs 1 2 6 Batteries: Scliroeder and Itolofson: UfHt, Cromwell and Dwyer. ■$><?• <8> <$> The Sunnier Athletic clul> admin istered a severe beating to tlie Bismarck Athletic club at Sunnier yesterday. Tho His inarrk boys didn't even, havo a mil■!! at liome plate until tli? liinlli when Disch Kindled aii'l went to second on House's sin gle. A double, and an out on first base prevented any score. Wilsuii, Simmer's left fielder, was the heavy hitter, gettin:; a single and two doubles in five times at bat. Score: RUE Sunnier A. C 10 10 0 Bisinan kA. C 0 I 4 Batteries: Schindler, Roesll and Hill; Davis, Wog and Carl son. t • «> # The WBMN club of Hie Valley league, which defeated the Ta coma Tiger Yannigans a week ago, were whitewashed, l.'i to tl, at Puyallup by the Butte Miners yesterday. Hendricks and Meiklo of McGinnity's crew, pitched in rare form, while the Butte batsmen lilt Haughland handily. Score: RUE Wilkeson 0 6 6 Butte 13 22 3 Batteries: Haughland an-1 (Irasan; Hendrlcks, Meikle and Hoffman. <8> <§> <J> <$> Ow Duvln pMriMi the Tucoma Smelting company team of the City league to victory at Kent yesterday, aud would have Hcored a shutout but for some bad fielding support. Herni son and Severs, new men for the smelter team, won perma nent places by each drawing three hits. Score: R 11 R Smelter 7 14 1 Kent 1 4 3 Batteries: Davis and Pat terson; Jackils and Pickings. <$><?><s■ <5> One of (lie greatest u.uncv of the day was played at McKenua, where the Hopkins Athletic club of Tacoma won an 11-in ning game, :: ti> I Daily, pitch ing for McKenna, struck out 27 men in 11 innings, and Oli ver Wright, for Hopkins, fanned 11, McKenna rooters declared that it was the best game they had ever seen. Mc- Kenna made a score hi the sec ond, and Hopkins tied it in the eighth. In the eleventh Hop kins brought in two more. Daily's spitter was working like a charm. More than 35 fans accompanied the Hopkins team ou the trip. Score: R H E McKenna 1 6 6 Hopkins A. C 3 4 G Batteries: Daily and Bou ncy; Wright and Davis. »♦ ♦ ♦ By * 4 to 2 score, the Hiimner Valley league club yesterday won from the McKinley Ath letic club. Coffman and Aus tin, pitching for the leaguers, held the hill boys to three hits. ThU U the last training season CHARLIE CHAPLIN IS FUNNIER THAN EVER Crowds jammed the Colonial yesterday to see Charlie Chaplin in his burlesque of Carmen. H w»» the first new film that had come to Tacoma in months, nnd they were anxious to see if the star with the Rockefeller income was us funny as ever. They were not diHappolnted. ! WHERE TACOMA IS : AMUSING ITSELF i Theaters : TACOMA ••Uoineii ami Juliet," in rom • iiiunity «elcl>rntion, nil week.; ! with matinees Weilnt'Mliiy mul ! Suliudiiy. I'ANTAGES | All week—All htar vnmle-' ; ville, with Mrs. Holt Kit/Kiin-! Imi us, l.ainh'is Htevens, the! ' k'ini<-et Six, and James J. Mor-] :tull> ! Photoplay Houses Argent "The llHliit of Happiness,"; with Doii^lns FairlmnkN, iiii-l "The LMi l.aunli," TiiiinKl<*-( KeyKtonc couie<l,v. Xl'tll.lO "The Soul MHiket," with; ()>Ka I'i'il'Hit. I'OI.OMAf. (liailio Chaplin's Iliii-lesqtic on "('ill-men." SIIKLIi "The Trapping of Peeler! White," with Helen Oft—. I UKLBOI'RXa "Ills Tiystlug I'lwre," with; Charlie Chaplin. Kamp for the Sunnier tea.n, Wilkeson playing the opening game there next Sunday. Score: X II I Sunnier 4 8 2 M( Kinley 2 I 2 Butteries: Coffinan, A\istin and Bonney; Davidson and Riley. <*> $> <$> <» I In- business miln.»ii<-i- of i In- Hop kins Athletic lub has written several out of town teams, ses'kinu fames for May, but has not received replies. Will the managers pIMM write him at once? <$> <$><$> 3> The \V. <). \V. Xo. 7»H team went down to defeat before the Longshoremen at Whitman grounds yesterday by a score of 7 to C, in a II inning game. It was a ljard-fought game. Hatteries: Longshoremen, Well and Killis; W. O. \V., Üblce and i.iiiki' <?• <*> »■ <j> In v fa-i u:mi<- thiii was stopped in the sixth by a rainstorm, the 1 .<>;■. in Midgets won from the G Street Midgets yesterday after noon on the Logan grounds. The Logan team \a out for games, and would like one for next Sunday. Call Main 4790. Yesterday's score: R H X Logan 5 4 4 G Street 3 2 3 Batteries: Hystad and Rus sell; Carter and Kzra. DAILY Lv. Katonvllle. Lv. Tacoma. 8:00 a. in. 8:00 a. m. 1:0n p. m. 1:00 p. m. 3:30 p. m. 4:00 p. m. SUNDAY 9:00 a. m. 8:00 a. m. 2:00 p. m. *4:00 p. ra. 7:00 p. m. ♦Two cars. Eatonville-T«coma stage Ka powsin and Clay City connec tions. 14-*». N.llllllKlO I'AUFIO .„„. U:10a. m. Spokane Limited—No. I'aklma. Paico, Spokane l-lfa. ™T 1:40 a.m. Portland Night Exu.—Vial Pt. Defiance roOi.iT 1:10 a. m. Seattle from Fortalnd via. Pt. Defiance I-30 a" 5* 1.10 I. m. Atlantic Kxp.—Spokane, Helena. Di tte, St. Paul Chicago 10 sr>« _^ 1.00 a. m. Wllkeson. Caibonado, Falrfai l-oilr!? l;iii». in. Grays Harbor Line—Via Point Line * Olympla 4:30J! >5S g (.36 a. m. Portland Local—Via Yelm and So. I'acoma. ... 9\\Pl "^ I:3b a. in. Raymond * So. Bend via Yelm and So. Tacoma a "is ttv" v 10:10 a.m. Seattle Local—Seattle and Intermediate i-i«. 2* 11:41 p.m. Seattle—From Portland, Raymond and Bo Bend. "*"»■<•, via Yelm and 80. Tacoma 12 it 1:00 p.m. Oraye Har. Local—Via Point Defiance .....'.'.'.* liaS' m' ••"„ ? ,„. HIM Val. Lim.—Billing.. Kan. City. St Loult... | o o P; "»■ 0 l) in. Seattle— K. oi.i nray» Har. via Pt Deflanoe Vn * tOOp.m- OrtUß. Carbonado. Buckley, Kanaiket 10»n. Pr*' 14BD. m- Portland Sueclal via Pt. Dehance * Centralla.. BJ2 2* 146 d m. Raymond A So. Bend via Pt Defanee Tx* £■"•"•' iJopm. Oray» Harbor Kxp.—Via Lakevtew * Dupont 15>5 sm'5 m' fcoop/i. No. Coaat Llm -Spokane, Butte, St. Paul. CM a s"^* if 4B v ro. Seattle—From C?raye Har. via. 80. Tacoma ... i! .J'-*. 'isopm. Seattl*—From Portland via Pt Defiance ..! . ii? p* I6ov m. Seattle—From Orayi Harbcr via Pt. Deflauoo.. Iti p' **• " ' i;in.\r \oi( iiiiuv in. ««»«>.aa, (05 a.m. Sliore Line Exp—Everett, nellingham, Van.. B.C. 12H „ _ 12-45 n m. Shore Line Exp.—Portland and Intermediate . inn Pni" »00p. m. Inter. Llm— Ererett Belllnghom. Van., B. C..'. .■not 1" --606 pm. Inter. Llm.—Principal atatlona to Portland J:):: !••«■« I if, p. m. Oriental Llm— Spoknne. St. Paul and Chicago.! lono Rnu .• 646 p.m. Southea«t Exp.—Spokane, 8111 ln K s. Kansa* City Pt la"' t-46 p.m. Faat Mall (Mall and Exprcan only) 7ns 10(0 p.m. "Owl" —Everett. Bellinßham, Vaucouver, B. C. i«-ni "■ "** U:10a. m. "Owl"—Portland and Intermcdinte „'"-.■■ ">• CHICACU. illi AV*|,'Ki;n * ST. PAITL "" •°* «>•«■. (.15a.m. Oraya Hnr Spec—Aberdeen, Hoqulam, Kaymond in. _ 1.46 a.m. Olympian—Spokane. Uliaoula, Butt*. Bt. Paul * *"• Cbfcaifo |i|._ (:00 p.m. Columbian—Spokane, lllaauula. Butt*, St Paul. * Cbleago .7; •■n«—. 0.-w. n. * it. Co. »••♦•.»* (Union Depot.) * 1t.41 p. m. Portland and dray. Harbor Owl 4„, _ 4:4lpm. battle Ix>eal UMoIS tl:tOa.m. Sha»ta Limited " JiJJP/S" : 1:3( a.m. Portland, east and south 1 i". n m • :4»pm irihaita Limited. BoattU iol4in.nL ■ :40p.m. Seattle l>ocal 11 it* it 2T TA< <MIA-iflASli;H.\ ItMI.WAY •••.■» i:»0^»- *-hford, Morton , »:4»p.iJ MondayjfprinßjSTeT = LATE BILLS PHOTO PLAYS PERFORMERS , FILM QOSSIP Chaplta*! luirlcsiiiiu of the fa* 5 moua old tstory is a rlb-tlckling travere.sty. There is a <-uiirkta when Charlie, as Darn Hosiery, ronies KwaKgering on the Hceue, and it •- rnws into a roar of merri ment as the fun piles up last and furioiiH. Beyond a doul,:, «'hnp lin has in 1 i none of his ability to create mirth. IfyWilsjßl IJV FKKDDIK FILM. Photoplay patrons are. renelv«' ing a real treat ut the Apollo this week in "The Soul Market," the latest drama by that kWoiI act ress, Oljja I'etrova. .Mine. Pf.t rova does not appear to he ictlng in pantonilnie, bo natural tire her movements. Tlie play In well Htnut'd, and the story is a power fully dramatic one. It i« \\e\\ worth seeing. Xew Bu.shman-Bayne i>lays I scheduled for early release ara •The Wall Between" and "A Mil lion a .Minute.' 'The Habit of Happiness,"" which DoUflM Fairbanks brought to the Recent for the new week's hill Sunday, is a delightr.il ioin- Iblnatloa of comedy and dr:i!iin. It is a Klory that dips into tha realm of the "down and outers" of the bower, and Fairbanks I.as gotten every laugh an devery tear out 0( the story. On the xanie' bill is one of the inimitable Key .stone-Triangle comedies, "Th« la-' l.augh." Jeanie Mac-* , , Pheison, iiuth «»-■*'• ■- :"■* Ing role- in thq new pluy. Klcine announces that Billie Burke is to appear in a L'u-epl sode serial called "Gloria's Ko>. manee," to be released in May. Marguerite Courtot Is featured in a new .Mutual picture, 'Fear thetop," a (Juumont production. OarlyHle Blackwell and Arthur Ashley have signed contracts with " World Film. A rumor of a gigantic merger of the loading film ronipnnleH ap pears to lie well founded. A six ty-million dollar corporation would combine Paramount, Tri angle, Vitugraph, Selig, KssaiMy* Luliin. Iliograph, World ;uul sev eral others, under one manage ment. The object being to facili tate handling of productions of the big industry on a more econ omical basis. Gladys Urockwell has returned to Universal City and will play; leads with Kobert Leonard. WARNIMO! The man or woman who fall* or rtruEea to examine the prlcea on our stock of groceries uillfullw throws their money away. PACIFIC GROCETKIUA 1316 Pacific Are.