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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 January 1909

THE TACOMA TIMES PUBUbHKt) I KVEKY > BVKNINO i iCXGBPX . * SUNDAY „'; BT XHB : ,* -; '-<> TAOOMA TIMES PDBUBHOQ l COMPANY ',*r':^p- |l§p"' '' • OFFICE— 76B COMMERCB STREET . ' Knterod at the postoftlce at i Tacoma, Trash, as second-class matter. TELEGRAPHIC j BEKVICB ■OF UNITED j PRESS ASSOCIATIONS. DHAIIFC Bustaese * Office 1..V....., „, Main 788, AITBB rHII If I Circulation Dept. Main 783, A 1783 ■ HWIIIW .Editorial Dept. ....... „ .Main 704, Ai733 =\>t» ■' TUB TIMKB ib -^^SSSfetrv ONLY INDEPENDENT! -r-K;; TACOMA'B :->., ' "^^ggy* V--- ■ NEWSPAPER. - Pj^jf''- * TERMS OF HI' BSCUIPTION. I One cent a copy, seven cent* a week by carrier or by mail; t 0 seats a month by carrier or by mail; six months by mail, 1.60; I mm |Mr by mail, $3.75. -/;-;, ■ _-/- ; ;.'--":' ; ■■■■■■ NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS—ShouId your copy of th« Time* T-.ii to $. Naon you by * o'clock any evening, please do us the favor to cull up S» «»• circulation department. Main fix or Home A 1731. and the tro...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 January 1909

m §^ *m #4^^h^v!^L vErft 1^^^^^^^ " —^^^^^^^^^ ■ ' . m^ « 1 AT THE TACOMA. | ■ . .—. . O IX>UI9 JAMBS AGAIN TONIGHT Ibsen the poet, Grieg the com poser, James the actor, Is the trilogy united In "Peer Gynt," ■which was presented at the Taco ma last night. Though referred to as the Norwegian "Rip Van Winkle," because It is an alle gory embracing the Intimate do mestic life of mountain peasants entwined with their folk and fairy lore, and the lusty young braggart of the early scenes is finally disclosed in his snowy ma turity, "Per Gynt" is more aptly described in the Balzac term, "A comedy of human life." James does everything as Peer. He is at first youth, a bragging brawler, (in amiable, beloved scamp; in his cups he sees visions of troll (fairy) land, to which he , rides' across the mountains on the back of a wild boar. In the later scenes he is the life-shriven old J.oiiis James In "Peer Gjmt" nf the Tacoma ahtater tonight. Jiiiiuo wanderer,'returning home. The ship on which h...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 January 1909

rWO DEAD IN SUICIDE PACT; LOVE IS FOILED (By United Press ILeaaed Wire.) JKJIW YORK, Jan. B.— K ro ince ending In a supposed sui « pact was revealed in the iden tification of the bodies of a wall ■Hed young man and woman d with bullet wounds In their tplee In the woods near Yon- Arthur Korber, 25, son of a iKhy dentist, Is the man whose atuatlon for the pretty wife of vnaend Wood led him to kill Inamorata and himself. I Pjrß- Wood separated from her | wplband and was suing for a di [ force. She lived with her mother, Mm. Maximilian Orloff. She wa? a descendant, it Is said, of Count *m LOSS CAUSED BY PATS AND MICE AMOUNTS TO MILLIONS RANCiniKX AT WAR WITH PKBTS WHICH DESTROY TUKIR CROP. WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 9. —Field mice destroy crops on hundreds of thousands of acres of land every year, and in the cen ters of population the ravages of rats entail a direct loss of $20, --"000,000 annually. In addition, the rat excites grave apprehen sion because of its agency in dis tributing the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 January 1909

BIDS ON STIOUM IRE OPENED Tho bids for the construction of the High School stadium were opened this afternoon at the meet ing of the school board. A num ber of bids were submitted on plans drawn by the contractors. Following is the list: The Weetlake Construction company, architect's plans, $117, --000; Western Engineering com pany archltert's plans, $97,188; also fixe bids on private plans, ranging- from $84,974 to $89,348; John Huntingdon, architect's plans, $98,520; Charles A. Bartz, ar- WILL ERECT SKYSCRAPER One of the most Important real estate deals of the year mi dosed today hy the Juilaon company in the purchase from Mrs. Mean of Kansas, of the Kansas block on tin east side of Pacific ay. for $SO,OOO for the National Healty company, on which the new owners will erect a great 16-story offico bulldlnj?. The Kansas block occupies lots 9 and 10 in block 1103, Pacific ay and has a frontage of SO font on the avenue. The Mends have owned BRAVES COLO TO TAKE DAILY " PLUNGE IN SOUND ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 January 1909

WOMAN CLAIMS REWARD fOR CAPTURE :Of ' Kg MURDERER I Stating that she furnished the 1 original lnformaticfh ' which . led to jll*# trnat lot . James Kef ley, re jl ■lUiXir', wnt to the penitentiary for I th« ■ Hoarder 'of Motorraan F. L. I Brown, at the end of the P street I i^f'TUneUaßt August, Mrs. Maud II H^d«l««! of Ballard station, Se ll attle, yesterday afternoon ap ll flf^lrod before the board of county (I iimlvslonerß , and demanded the [I 4*oo reward offered immediately RUNAWAY HORSE DASHES THROUGH PLATE WINDOW A runaway horse hitched to an ' empty cutter crashed through two large plate glass show windows of Chrlstofeseon, Campion & Co., at Ninth and C streets, about 10 o'clock last night, and was fatally Injured by striking it's head against an iron pillar. The cutter had been occupied by Neil Conklin, Ed Plume, and two young ladies. It was the property of the Washington DECIDES WOMAN KILLED HERSELF SEATTLE MYSTERY SOLVED BY COKOXEII—I*OISON IS FOUND IN STOMACH. (By Uni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 January 1909

lifaiit a Cottage? itaypK OVER TUB bargains o FFKRKI) • »^\BY THE RE AX ESTATE DEALERS, PAGE 7 TOL. 6. NO. 18 PASTOR ACCUSED OF MURDER ENDS HIS LIFE _ __ _ _ ' . ____^__ OREGON REPUBLICAN SOLONS MUST VOTE FOR DEMOCRAT OR VIOLATE PLEDGES TIM REPLIES TO T. R. Accuses the President Falsifying And Calls Him a Coward (By United Press Leased Wire.) WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 11. —In a characteristic speech Sen ator Benjamin Tillman today re plied to the oharges of President Roosevelt that he had participated In a land grab in Oregon. Accusing the president of mak-| Ing false statements, of cowardice] and of using the secret service •gents in violation of the law, the iflery statesman from South Caro lina gave a lengthy explanation Of his connection with land deals in the west, admitting certain things charged by the president and vigorously denying others. Opening his address, which held the attention of his colleagues for several minutes. Senator Tillman said: "The president prepared his in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 January 1909

'awMw%MM»H«MmN«MA.^ _0- - i tnm\ ii iim i i — —mr 1 ■ f wiim—i^wa fliS^AJ&g#®Kll [POULTRY SHOW WILL CLOSE TONIGHT Th« Tacoma '.'M poultry j show Closes ; today, y All children with their parents will be admitted free »U day and ; this Serening.,iVThe prise cups were awarded Saturday B,Zti4 the winner* were as follows: Mjpwwfty ..,'.■: Controller's ' —Best SRprWU leghorns. Miller Brothers, "\j£- Baft Rock cup—Willows Poul v«V tttrin, IKlrkland. ■■ '■■:'■:■■/.:'■:' i^^'f^neom*. Poultry association cup iHP&Beei;; scoring bird, Ed. Hague, -Stephen Holbrook —Best 10 '^'•coring birds, Ed. Hague, Tacoma. ; WtSiMt I. Salmson —Best display ,-. Rhode Island Reds, W. M. Allen, '«* Seattle. rf: ■■•■•-: -■■■■, Rl* \ Mahncke" cup—Best Wyandots, Sr Fred A. Johnson, Tacoma. |^^ Collier ft White won the hon }.[Orß fon " Black Langshans, Miller a Mtthers ion single comb White auaghorns, Collier & White on rose PJpomb White Leghorns. Fred John- T Mba on Buff ■ Leghorns, Miller Brothers on ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 January 1909

k "LOCAL OPTION" LOOMS UP BIG BEFORE THE , LEGISLATORS (Times Sp.-.ial Service.) OLYMPIA, Jan. 11. — What sort of a local option bill will be passed by the present legislature? Among the many men with many thoughts uppermost in their minds, that of local option holds a fairly prominent part and is causing already not a few legisla tive worries. » On the face of it, It is not a local option legislature, but local option has the force of a militant public opinion behind it and it is obvious to all, even the men who DECIDE TO CARRY THE FIGHT AGAINST VACCINATION TO LEGISLATURE Determined efforts will be made by the anti-compulsory vac cination advocates to have the present vaccination law amended or repealed. Over 50 parents who have had their children bar red from the public schools of Tacoma because they refuse to al low them to be vaccinated, attend ed a meeting yesterday afternoon and took action to carry the fight to the legislature. In the meantime a committee will be appointed to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 January 1909

THE lACOHA TIMES I WIUBHBD BVBRT EVENING HXOBFT : SUNDAY BY THB ■ TAOOMA TIMES PUBLISHING OOMTANX '■■ ■': ''-j OFFICB—76B COMMERCE STREET " ' Hatred at the po»toftlc« at Tmoim, T.'aab, m aecond-cla— matter, TEUIQRAPHIC SERVICE OP TJNITED PREBB ASSOCIATION* PHfINF^ Z?*^ ""kl--" «»-M<Un 788« Ai7jw I IIUIiLo -Editorial Pept. *•••* .., . Mala 7aa-A1783 J^W«»«»*»^^' w»wM P*P*» ».......,.,;«» M*la'.7O4. A 1733 !£:->--'.:.;': TACOMA'B ■:>r^^^p» I?..;v,V.NKWBPAPKB. tl^^^^pMa^;.OF;Bl'BßCßlPTlOll. ■' x TKItMS OK MUBCKUTION. O»b cent ■ copy, wren cento a week by carrier or by mall j m cents a month by carrier or by mail; six month* by mall, #1.50j r9»ar bjr.malJt 98.75./;;*,'-,•;■;-* ".-.V- r I ; '.\THE: INVENTORY • ! ; l^®^??, the first few weks % of the new year, every business house In '■JSt 9 land '* engaged ln t*ll'll * measure of Its goods and accounts. Fret ThUB they wlil definlte determine what progress has been gaiade during the old year, what lines have been most profitable,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 January 1909

NEW OFFICIALS IN HARNESS THE CiOUNTY GOVERXMKNT CHANGES HANDS AND NEW MKN TAKE CHARGE IN VA RIOUS OFFICKS. The new county officials took their offices today with a new force of deputies in nearly every office. Many of the old employes huve been retained in some of the offices, Auditor Stewart keeping the entire force. The new offic-' ials and their deputies and clerks and clerks are as follows: Prosecuting attorney, J. H. Mc- Murray. Deputies—F. D. Oakley, A. O. Burmelster, J. T. S. Lyle, Ralph Woods. Treasurer, Ed. Meath. Depu ties —J. Storler, Thomas B. Darr; cashier, Calvin J. Carr; book keeper, George Meath; certificate clerk, Charles J. Pearre; segrega tion clerks, Fred N. Mills; per sonal tax collector, William Set tig; clerks, J. R. Anderson, Will Turner, William Fowler, Charles Willeox, C. Hausen, O. Dalgheln; stenographer, Miss Anna Knox. Auditor, William A. Stewart. Deputy, J. H. Chandler; deputy and commissioner's clerk, A. J. Weisbach; recording deputy, Har ry Austin; ca...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 January 1909

Enous English ffieer Weds Again m -■,■;*,•■';., i..?.. .--■■••; ■.-■...-. „ -*..„ HMD t WAIiSINGHAM GAINED BEST « SHOT IN J ■ ENGLAND. > LONDON, ; Jan. :; 11.—Peerage romances are decidedly "in the •Jr." The latest 0 society sur- JBIM ila " the unexpected l marriage the sexagenarian, Earl Wals- I Vr#M"»_ the i renowned : entomolo- I glut, and one of the finest shots I iiTngland. I &Fh* newest peerge Is the second I m* lof I lx>rd.. Walßlngham, • who r#M the' third husband of his late •MBhb-.The last Lady Walslngham's MtU2career: v was ■' remarkable. |le still In the schoolroom she rapgi < engaged -to the earl of K>rlandss son, Lord Burgh p«dj the marriage had to be ■Tii pr«d,-. until her 15th birthday. ittWd years she became a widow, I yp4 at the age of 21 she married I m treat Italian nobleman, the Due j*\l«»!Ban*Teodore. This union was ■HMolved in 1876, and the next r^^«6ar/she married Lord Walslng |'j^tni|*wbo has been a widower ISTON WOMAN HAS JOINED TWENTY-THREE...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 January 1909

)VERTIS NG OF TACOMA IS MUCH-MOOTED QUESTION !'(| There Is a hitch over the mat ter of the advertising of Tacoma and, after a long session Saturday «Yenlng, the Chamber of Com merce and Commercial club and dozens' committee failed to agree *s to tike plan of action. T'hn special committee appoint "•yr^xt arrange a plan of action mqt WOOD PRICES ARE RAISED OY SOME DEALERS Some Tacoma fuel dealers have boosted the price on wood on ac count of tin snow and the people will have to pay the extra toll or freeze. For a two-rick load some of the dealers are now charging $4.50, an advance of from 25 to 50 cents over the old prices. Very few of the dealers will haul more than a two-rick load as it requires four horses to haul a full load on the soft snow. The two-tick load regulation that is being enforced by most of the dealers makes fuel coat the consumer about one-third more than usual, however, for he has to pay for hauling three loads now where it should cost for but two loads if a full ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 January 1909

film: MANAGER * FOR MIRE RIRIIRUCII run CONSOLIDATION Pfff-^■*• ~:'">-WiiiiiFAll" ' SCHEMe pf United Pr<«« I«>«M«d Wire.) B*!ATTI,E, Jan. 11. —There Is ft likelihood that within the next fair months arrangements may be ii^ißaited whereby ;: a . local . com- MBy, headed by a local man, may .JMA* over both the Sunset and In ■ndent *: Telephone companies and operate them as one system. v^iSJL* more ?In 8 this " direction was BJtde by i the r council last Monday UiiiV in'directing Superintendent IYDEN WITHDRAWS; MEIGS VICTORIOUS IN THE SPEAKERSHIP RACE (Times Special Service.) OLYMPIA, Jan. 11.—Complete ly beaten, J. W. Slayden of Pierce county, yesterday withdrew from the race for the speakership, al lowing the honor to go to L. O. Melgs of North Yakima, without opposition, in the republican can etas. Slayden's supporters made a careful canvass of the represen tatives and found he could not muster more than 35 votes, which was not enough to win. He there fore withdrew. Melgs a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 January 1909

Sperry Acted Part of | :. 3nobiiini Manilla ' See Page 8 , vol.. «. NO. 19 MINE EXPLOSION TRAPS 100 MEN Alaska in QUAKE ZONE Feared That Seriou; Damage Was Done in North By Yester day's Shock CABLE BROKEN BY THE DISTURBANCE SEATTLE. Jan. 12. —Great ap prehension Is felt here today re garding what probable action may have resulted from tine earthquake in Alaska, whlcn was slightly felt in this section late yesterday aft ernoon. The United States cable between here and Sitka went out of commission shortly after 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon, an hour and a half before the quake was felt on Puget Sound. It te believed that marine disturbance*, a forerunner of the shocks, pur the cable to the bad by swinging |t againat the sharp edges of rocks on whldh. it rests in tne straits of San Juan de Fuca near Oape Flattery, where the break is 'said to have occurred. According to the seismograph record at the State university, tne center of the shock must have been in Southeastern Alaska. Juneau,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 January 1909

>fc^^—^»——^—^—^———^^—^—^——.^—^— ■ ' ■ . _, . . >.■*. ■ __ •- . - THINKS CORBETT ; CAN DEFEAT JOHNSON ! Prem lieascd Wire.) !j^ NEW, YORK, Jan. 1 2 .—Not Jef :£f rlee,' but Oorbett Is the only avail &%MewJ»lte man to enter the ring ; Jack Johnson, according : J§to Li.BM)tHng»;; Nelson, champion today. Bat believes gutter Jim Ck>rbett la In better con- BW YORK, Jan. 12. —Not Jef t, but Corbett Is the only avail i white man to enter the ring Intt Jack Johnson, according Battling Nelson, champion twelght, today. Bat believes t Jim Ck>rbett Is In better oon ffiMHtoil S than . Jeffries and Is the >* logical? man to defeat the blacK 'jiheavyweight champion, (pointing mytol Oorbett's J cleverness and con- BOTCH MAY MEET TURKISH WRESTLER RWord comes from London that ank Gotdh, tired of trying to force Hackenschmidt into a match, la coming back to America to wrestle Mahmout, the Turk, for the world's heavyweight title. If Ootch and Mahmout accept the terms of Joe Coffey, of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 January 1909

" Earth qurOer" V7V*f Tuget Sound *Region Tacoma yesterday afternoon at about 4 o'clock received the slim end of an "earthqulver" that also quivered at Seattle, Belllng ham, Anacortes and other points on the Sound. Many persons here did not no tice the "quake" at all but it was perceptible to others, especially those In high buildings. In the city engineer's office the men declare there were three dis tinct movement and the draughts men at first were unable to ac count for the queer antics of their tables. A cowbell In the office of the weatherman on the top floor of the Chamber of Commerce build ing fell off the table from the vi brations. In the Fidelity building the quiver was so pronounced some of •fine office girls ran out into the 'hall alarmed at the shaking of the building. The seismograph at the Wash ington university showed the "quake" at Seattle lasted seven minutee. It wae more pronounc ed in that city. It was stiM worse from reports at Bellingham and Blame and Professor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 January 1909

THE IACOMA TIMES ■»im,. i ii ... — I>CBIiIBHKI> KVKUT * WVKM g IBXCKPT . SUNDAY BY THI •*1?? V TAOOMA TIMES PUBLISHING ! COMPANY' - ;'f.#,r ift^-.', OFFICE—76S COMMERCE STRBtKT ' |pftU.^Aj at ;th» poatotflo at Tacoma. V.'aah, as ■eeoad-olaiaa matter.' TKUBQRAPHIC ' BKRVICK OF UNITED PRESS A88OCIATION& J HfIIUFC BMtoe— Offfc» ......... „ ..Maln~7BS, AI7BB XIIUIILO CtrcnUtloii Dope. .....Main 788. A 1733 * " I*-. Editorial D*pt. .. . Main 794. Ai7S3 THK TIMES IB OWLY INDEPENDENT TACOMA'B "'^^gSS* NEWSPAPBR. . jiaal*—■ n. L "" '' "T*IRMS Ob* Xl 1 BSCRHTION. ' -~~ i Oat cent a copy, cento :a'W<!ek by carrier or by mall; ImP »MI« a month by carrier or by mail; six months by mail, #1.50; I »■» yw by mall. 10.10. I ntrriCal TO BUBSCRIBKR9—ShouId your copy of the Times tan to ■ Maob you by ( o'clock any evening, pleaee do us the favor to oil up I* 9fi! »|«n«l»Uon department. Main 718 or Home AI73S. and the trouble I - VU too promptly & remedied. ■■ ,• , ,'•.'<**»."•:>...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 January 1909

ENDOWMENT FUND GETS BIG BOOST Whltworth college has started a subscription of $25,000 by a On the work of raising an endow- friend of the college. This was ment fund, and it has reached the swelled by numerous other small flattering figure of $71,500. er gifts until the total endowment President Kreeze last night, at is now $71,500. the meeting of the executive com- Other gifts are promised and It mittee, announced that on his re- is expected soon to have the en cent trip east he had been given dowment over the $100,000 mark. . ABSENCE OF COSGROVE DAMPENS SOCIAL ARDOR (Times Special Service.) OLYMPIA, Jan. 12.—The ab- Bence of the governor has had the effect of dampening the social side of the legislative session and many of the gentlemen from dis tricts where society doesn't de mand a dress suit, are half sorry and half glad. 200 ARE FINED FOR LETTING WATER RUN Inspectors of the water depart ment caught 200 citizens letting the water run so It would not freeae and their names were ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 January 1909

JJEFtke sponjGtrfl» MIMS'KIAUDEEVfcRS ■AY RETURN TO fcpE|STABE-::g I- r [Bf ? United Press T.eased Wire.) I ;«AJJ FRANCISCO, Jan. 12. — 1 Mrs. Maude Evans, divorced wife 1 ot'Kaval Constructor lloldeu A. J Vvanu, : today is considering the of- J fef ot a prominent New York the jp%|lical; manager ! to appear in the 1 ~f, Matern ! metropolis. „ J fp|ss:i(r«,*£ Evans, for several years 3 =s*i» on the i London stage before T^*pile 1 met Lieutenant Evans. She l moat familiar to English thea- J wrgoers in "The School Girl," and the "Qalety Girl." Her father is 5 a ElngHsh comedian of note. I IWSTREL SHOW Wt'-'' WILL BE HUMMER The stadium minstrel show of Hhe National Union promises to eclipse anything yet presented by feome talent. The music is under direction of Mr. Flaskett. The end men will be Vinton, Haddow, Myers, Simmons, Kelly, Hunting ton and Llewellyn and some of the best hits of the year are being fixed up for the performance. AT THE PANTAGES. "Thalero's Dog and Pony Cir cus," b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 January 1909

CHILDREN SAVED 1 FROM DEATH IN FIRE v ■ (By United Press Leased Wire.) i SEATTLE, Jan. 12.Cuddled together and sleeping unaware of danger, five small children, sons and daughters of A. W. Dubier, a fisherman, were saved from a hor rible death by fire when the fatti er waded through a wall of fire tills morning. k Dubier says the fire started J *rom an overheated kitchen stove. He was in the other room when einoke began to pour through the door. In a few seconds the kitcn en was ablaze. His five babies •were sleeping when their father "seized two of them and ran from the house through smoke and lames. ft With fer In his heart, ■ Dubier made his way through the flames to save the remaining babies. ) Snatching all throe the fattier staggered to the open air In safety. BRANOEGEE NOMINATED r (By United Press Leased Wire.) HARTFORD, Conn., Jan. 12. — Senator Prank Bos worth Brande gee of New London, was nominat /ed by the republican caucus to | day for re-eleotion to the United * States s...

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