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ifense Play For
!;Miss Barry more
. Cthel Barrymore, star supreme,
abpsers at the Apollo In a new
Metro wonderplay, "The Lifted
Veil," a human drama from ths
fbvel of Basil King. It tells a
Vital story and Ethel Barrymore
)s said to be at her beat ln lis
powerful emotional passages.
"The Lifted Veil" raises ques
tions -such ac these: How much
If the truth should a woman
Ml tha man the Intends to
IjUtrrj 7 Does a man ever really
[erflve? What Is ths best way
o wfn (oi'gatfulnessr How many
Are brave enough to give aid and
Shelter to wayward persons who
kava been reclaimed?
I «—» li'le Arthur
■ Arr 1 •*yß: A '"U*h
|X "itc am sut-
I W\yV%. u"a^l looein'
B aj t© * powerful lot
H ML s these days
H V a V^* Wen evrything
1J V I hicludln'
I (Jt I skirts am so
■The
I Saying,
B-**A Atm broom sweeps
I clean" applies well to
■ NO NAME HATS.
I This te their first sea-
I son In this House and
I also the first season
I they have been feature
■ ed in this city.
I There is a positive in-
I dividualiiy to the line
I all thrui
I They are not copied
I front this or that ex-
I elusive line but they
I are designed by a Mas-
I ter of the Hat Deslgn-
I tag Craft to please tho
I eye and the purse of
I the Great Majority.
I There tare colors
I a-plenty and a shape or
I block for every man.
I Now as to Quality, we
I have the right to
I make good any "NOi
j NAME" hat that falls
I to please Its owner
I aud we will do lt.
I We've a big stock of
I these hats and they're
I selling To Beat the
I Band.
I After six months of
I selling, we have yet
I to hear one word of
I anything but praise
■ for the "NO NAME
I HAT."
I As long as we can buy
I them as we do, we
I shall sell them tor
■ fB.OO
I DICKSON
I DMUiJa
ICO.
■ 1190-CS Pacific Aye.
I'
fBOUBAND PERSONS
ATTEND OPENING
OF RUSTON OLUB
DETERS SI
lIFFLE§|
Prank Riley, JnM returned
from a hunting trip, says 'lie
only game he saw on the
whole trip was the kind that
Is played with Bit white paste
boards. Frank doesn't my
whether they took the wads
oat of shotgun shells to use
as chips.
000
Kven on a hunting trip
poker is a bear of a game,
tho lt does sometimes get
a little dear. A mountain
lion was not even sighted, but
they had a "kitty."
000
Now that the Puyallup show is
over we might as well admit that
lt was fair.
000
OUR TRENCH LESSONS
(This one especially recom
mended for soldiers about to go
across.)
What will you have?
Que voulez vous?
• • •
Waiter, two glasses of beerl
Garvon! Deuz verres de blere!
• • •
The name!
Le 11 ii-me!
000
ROMEO HAGEN HAS TRIED
TO ENLIST TWREE TIMES AND
THE GOVERNMENT WON'T
ACCEPT HIM. THOUGHT THEY
WERE LOOKING FOR FIGHT
ERS!
000
We saved a dollar yesterday
when they railed off the world
series game. But we lost it to
day, before lt had time to accum
ulate Interest.
000
About once every week
some young boxer drops ln on
Miss HHaabeth Tuoker, the
wormui fight manager, and
asks her to handle him.
Home of them even offer
matrimony ln the bargain,
but Mlmn Elizabeth sayH they
act too much like fortune
hunters to Interest her much.
000
By the way, Tacomans will get
their first peek of the lady mana
ger ln a day or so. She's coming
to put her brother, Frankle Tuck
er, in shape for his match next
week. One at a time, fellows;
don't rush her!
000
Red Faber's attempt to steal
third base in a world series
game while the bag was al
ready covered, Just goes to
prove that the mightiest of
'em all sometimes pull the
sstne bonehead plays as our
own Northwesterners.
000
Who says 13 Isn't an unlucky
number? For 12 years Gilmour
Dobie piloted football teams with
out a defeat. And then his team
was trimmed ln the very first
game of the 13th year.
Miss Crosman
Here Tonight
HENRIETTA f'IMWMW
Of more than ordinary Interest
Is the appearance of Henrietta
Crosman, one of the foremost
among our American actresses, at
the Tacoma theater tonight in a
new comedy entitled "Erstwhile
Susan." It Is from tbe pen of
Marian de Forest, recalled for her
"Little Women," and Is founded
on Helen R. Martin's novel, "Bur
nabetta." It pictures life among
the quaint surroundings of a
Pennsylvania Dutch settlement
and Miss Crosman has been sap
piled by Miss de Forest ulth one
of the most delightful comedy
roles she has had Is recent sea
sons.
AMUSEMENTS
Lamp I his handsome Lad—He's
Going to Tackle Butcher Boy
Romeo Hagen ought to feel indebted for life to the photog
rapher who took this picture. I sn't he the handsome devil, tho?
Romeo Hagen, the Handsome
Baker, vs. Joe Swain, the Butcher
Do?!
That's the latest startling in
formation that Matchmaker Geo.
Shanklin imparts regarding the
Eagles' boxing show next Thurs
day.
When Shanklin was preparing
his card, he found that he was
getting a lot of llghtning-Pait
youngsters on the program, but
not many heavy boxers. So he
cast an eye about him, and lamped
Joe Swain, rugged Seattle butch
er.
Joe is one of the hardest
boys to beat ln the ring Mint
you ever naw. A pilr-drlver
could drop on his conk and
he wouldn't even complain
that it crushed Ills hat.
So Shanklin signed Joe to a
contract, leaving the other half
blank until he could get someone
big enough to live four rounds
with the bearßteak cutter.
WHERE TACOMA'S j
AMUSING ITSELF
TACOMA
Tonight — Henrietta Cros
man in "Erstwhile Susan."
PANTAGES
"Folßes de Vogue," musical
show; with vaudeville.
HIPPODROME
Classy bill of Broadway
vaudeville.
———
MOVIEB
COLONIAL
j Marguerite Clark tn "Bab's
{ Diary."
j APOLLO
I "The Lift iii Veil," with
I Ethel Barryimore.
I MELBOURNE
J "The Last Man," with Mary
I Anderson.
I LIBERTY
| "Each to His Kind," with
! Sessile Hayakawa.
The Flret National Exhibitors'
circuit, which contracted for the
new Chaplin pictures, announces
the securing of all pictures made
by Petrova under her sew com
pany.
■ —■■- .
Stadium Wins
Junior football teams of Taco
ma's two high schools proved
more evenly matched than other
teams, and the game was tightly
played yesterday at the Stadium.
Lincoln Park's Juniors were finally
defeated, 6 to 0, but they deserve
oredlt for a stout defense and
some good team work. Ths game
gave Stadium the lnterscholastlc
class championship, as Lincoln
only won one game ot four.
That last Chaplin Mutual has
been delayed, first by the Illness
of Chaplin, and then that of his
leading woman, pretty Edna Pur
viance.
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It looked like a despairing job
—until yesterday.
Then Matrluuaker Shank
lin saw in The Timet* that
Romeo Hagen had returned
from a year's Jaunt around
the V. 8. A.
"Just the man for Swain,"
murmured George.
And before Romeo knew what
was happening, he had been
signed up for a tilt with Seattle's
gay little rough-houser.
The bout should be one of the
fastest seen ln Tacoma in years.
Swain and Hagen have never met
before, altho they have exchanged
many pleasant greetings ln the
way of challenges and threats.
Joe Gorman, the whirl
wind Oakland featherweight,
has been matched with Eddie
Quinn for the seml-windup of
the allow,
The card is beginning to
look like a world-beater.
"The Last Man"
Melbourne Hit
James Oliver Ourwood regards
"The Laat Man" as the greatest
story he has ever written, ln thla
play of passion and army life are
seen William Duncan, Mary An
derson, Corinne Griffith, Otto
Ledere-r, Jack Mower and others
at the Melbourne today and to
morrow. The big scenes are tak
en in New York, at an army pott
In Montana and at a fort In the
Philippines.
Practice Up
Members of the defunct Loch
burn golf club are putting in
spare tlTne with practice this week
preparing for the match Saturday
and Sunday for permanent posses
sion of the club's trophy cup. The
qualifying round oan be played
either Saturday afternoon or Sun
day morning. Many smaller
trophies are being offered by club
managers and merchants. As
soon as the match Is over, Loch
burn club will go out of existence.
Champ to Box
Classy boxing will be seen Sat
urday afternoon at Camp Lewis.
Lieut. Malatesta and Lieut. M. B.
Ware are preparing a card of out
door battles. Johnny Rice, olever
California boxer and champion of
the 316 th engineer train, meets
Frankle Dean of the 363 rd infan
try ln one of the main events.
Favor Ritchie
il nliM Press Leased Wire.)
| OAKLAND, Cal., Oct. 10. —
j Willie Ritchie was a five to four
favorite today tn the betting on
his four-round bout tonight with
Marty Farrell.
NATIONAL DANCE PAVILION
American Lake. „
Nickel a Dance. AH Night gl.ftO
Every night 7 p.m. to 12 p.m.
Hat. afternoon 2 p.m. to 12 p.m.
Son. afternoon 1 p.m. to 12 pun.
RUSTON HAS
CLUB HOUSE
OF ITS OWN
Nearly a thousand men and
women of Ruston Jammed Into
tbe new Smelter Social and Ath
letic club's clubhouse for the
formal house-warming last night.
It was the first time that the
handsome new building, donated
by the Tacoma smelter to its
workers, had been thrown open
to the employes.
Many were the ejaculations of
surprise and astonishment at the
thoroness and care shown in
equipping the big building.
Speeches were made during tho
evening by different members.
Chet Mclntyre, new physical in
structor, told the crowd that 600
men had already Joined, the club
and that he expected every man
in the smelter would be a mem
ber soon.
After the formalities of open
ing the building, an orchestra
struck up lively music, and the
crowd indulged In dancing until
late In the night.
Infantry Needs
Football Togs
Members of the 361 sit infantry
at Camp Lewis are badly In need
of football outfits. . Lieut. Darak
roger has Issued an appeal for do
nations of second-hand suits.
William Hither of South Tacoma
has offered his services to help
colect outfits for the regiment,
and anyone having something to
offer should call mm at Madison
418.
Try-Outs Soon
With interclass football games
over, coaches in Stadium and Lin
coln Park high schools are turn
ing their attention to the develop
ment of first and second teams
representing tha schools. First
team practice began today at both
schools, and a keen struggle will
now ensue for positions on the
school elevens.
Tacoma Boxer
Is Training
ll nl(.-.T Prras lrn.nl Wire.)
PORTLAND, Or., c4|. 10. —
Roscoe Taylor, Tacoma light
weight, began training here today
for hla battle with Jack Wagner
here next Tuesday.
TODAY'S
MARKET
PRICES
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• WHAT lUHAILKRS PAT ♦
♦♦*♦**♦*♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»
Lemons, box $8.60® 9
Bananas, lb bo
Oranges, box $3.60 @ 4
Grapefruit, Cal $2
Cantaloupes, crate ..$1.26® 1.50
Apricots, crate $2
Peaches, crate 6-Oc
Watermelons, lb lVfcc
Plums, crate $1.50
G raven stein apples. ..$1.36®1.75
Yakima apples 75c @$1
Pears $1
Huckleberries 8c
Vegetables.
New potatoes, lb 1 \ c
Onions, lb, Walla Walla 2c
Carrots, sack $1.50
Lettuce, local, crate 60c
Cucumbers, doz 26 ® 65c
Beets, lb 2c
Tomatoes, lb 10c
Cabbage, local I y c
Eggplant, lb 6c
Sweet potatoes, lb 3c
Cabbage, loca> 2c
Celery, doz . . . 800
Cauliflower, crate $2
Spinach, lb 6c
Rhubarb, lb 2 v-4 c
New peas, lb So
Asparagus. Kennswlck $2
Radishes, doz bu 20c
String beans, lb 4c
New tu.-nlps, lb 2c
Green corn, dos 20c
Batter. Vus: Utieeae
Wash, creamery butter 49c
Oregon butter 49c
Fresh ranch eggs 62c
Washington cheese 260
Swiss cheose 82a
Cream brick cheese 260
POulur.
Hens, dressed 22c
Live hens 17® 19c
Geese, dressed Its to 140
Xtrmi* (Pi ■______■$
Heifers 16^c
Mutton, wothsrs _: uo
Hogs $5 Vie
Ewes 21c
Steer beef 16c
Yearlings 21c
Fancy veal 17c
Flow.
Pyramid $10.45
Drifted Snow $10.45
Olympic $10.45
Fish sr's Blend $11.69
Dennett's whole wheat ...$10.40
Amocat $11.75
Hay ana Feed.
Corn, ton $87®88
Shorts, ton $31
Oats, ton $50
Barley, ton $57
Bran, ton $31
Timothy, ton |31
Wheat, ton $76
Alfalfa $28
ROMEO HAGEN TO
MEET JOE SWAIN
HEBE NEXT WEEK
Doings of the Duffs By AUman
WHY GO UP IN AN AEROPLANE, TOM?
Squirrel Food By Ahem
It Would Be Better if He Went Around the Other Way.
SUIT TO ORDER
$10.00 —Union Made—
When own goods are furnished.
GLASGOW TAILORS
820 ilth St.
DANCING
EVERY EVENING
1150 Commerce, at 13th
Admission Free.
LEWENNA ACADEMY t
I Now Open 1
I THE NEW H
■ TOSCANO ■
■ RESTAURANT ■
H Genuine Italian Dinners I
H Served in Style H
H Anto Parties Invited Hf
H IBID BROADWAY H
MOVIES
Frank Losee Is
Growing Beans
Frank Losee, who plays ths
part of Bab's father in support of
Marguerite Clark ln "Bab's
Diary," is ready for Mr. Hoover
and his food conservation. To
lower the cost of eating, Mr.
Losee has planted a garden full
of beans ln the yard of his Carlyle
home near Yonkers, N. Y.
"I figure I have spent $8.75 for
wire to keep the chickens out and
by the time the beans Jiave
sprouted each bean will be worth
a small fortune," says Mr. Losee. i
"It's, a lovely way to conserve." •
ARMY POST BUS STATION
A Large and Commodious Waiting Room
10-MINUTK RKRVIOK—DAY AND NIGHT.
Cars For Special Service. Taxis.
Phone Main 2033. 9th and Commerce.
"His Robe of Honor" Is the
name of the first picture Henry
Walthall is to make since leaving
Essanay. Mary Charleston is his
leading woman.
Steamers Tacoma and
Indianapolis for Seattle
Leave Municipal Dock. Taco.
ma. 7 15, 100. 11 00 a in ; 100.
I 00, I 00. 7 00. » 00 p. m.
Laava Column Dock. Saattla.
7:00. 1:00. 11:00 a. M.i 1 \ »ML
1:00. 7:00. » II p. m.
Faiteat and Ft neat 6tcamera
Single Pare *10c, Round Trip 7So.
•. S. J('» X*, A»al.
Offlcea Municipal Horlc M mn.
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