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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 January 1909

■pLONS COULD SAVE ■f STATE $20*000 BUT 9 THEY WON'T DO IT L"3 1 (Times' Special Service.) " I .TMPIA, Jan. 12.—At ' ■ the I »ln* ot the present session 'of I legislature there ? doesn't ap- I p**t to be any reason why the ses- I «4on cannot come, to a profitable I ffiML In thirty or forty days. There I «r« several members of the house I ho have 1 matters to attend to at I ne who are anxious to get down 1 to rork and get through with it 1 M||fli66n- as possible. The idea of H :3§lg»adlng:6o days doing what can l] done in half the time by ordi- Ji Bftfy ", business ' diligence does not 1 appeal pto them, but the, sad fact I remains much in evidence that I they are in a decidedly small HsS minority. .. -..,,.- Hi %M They point out that the reduc- R «..';■■ Uon tof • the , session by 20 ; days W »J would mean a Raving of consider- B v able < monetary ■ proportions to the B ' state at the rate of $5 per diem SHOCK ENDANGERS LIVES OF SKATERS (By United Press Leased Wire.) ' BELLJNGHAM,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 January 1909

MEAD'S MESSAGE I } WORTH WHILE ffUlvin YYiIILL . . r"r~' Read it. ■•'. Page Six.: \ '■' VOL. «. NO. 20 WILL GETS ALL HE WANTS Council Is Juggled to a Standstill by R. B. At torneys and City Loses. Jim Hill Is slated to get what he wants from the city council on the depot question tonight, when final hearing will be given the matter. - ■ '. He has Juggled the city council men off their feet and they are willing now, It appears, to give him what he wants, take just what he offers and quit the fight. Lynn and Wilkeson, who formerly were the most determined warriors for the city, are for a settlement now on any terms, as was shown \y their votes last week. The manipulation of the council on this proposition is one of the cleverest pieces of business Jim 'Hill has ever done in Tacoma. The situation has, been brought about by injecting the Great Northern Into the controversy and by coupling up the tidelaud propo sition with the depot matter. When he thought he could bluff the council out ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 January 1909

•^ZS'HSihlSSKiGSi&iwtfEhiyi^KSMßSS^^i'ii"-*-.---^^ ...,.-■■■■-- •-.. ■•■ ■ ■ ■>.^-,...,. f ...~>^4«-^;i\-,fe,.:jk^*i^^-ti^ BOWLERS MAKE HIGH SCORES JlPfflMekiMt and Speaoer, who oom kawt and Spenser, who coin- j ■• of Taooma'a ohamplon { : |few|l»«, tMOt, faced, P&wfaaek f«MK *tje ion th» floor of the ;6S*ot«o alley, last night and won ?| a decisive > victory of j four out 1 01; live I game*. Spoacar, , who l has) H shown the boat form of any local bowler, ran •. up 'an '- average ; score of more than 200 In three of the A challenge from A. L. Jenkins, fv manager ;of ■ the "Rube and Jay" ■fe {earn • ■ from | Seattle,'! has ' been ac . ospted ' by ; a picked Tacoma team, »* and a match will probably be play 'jfl ed tomorrow night. Bowling fans claim that : several of the • local ;S boys ' are : doing remarkable < work, and ' that we lara'ln line for the }* Sound { ccham p,: and % proba bly the Northwest trophty. f,i\ Sa^^^Aaty-^ - • ■-- •' -. . . H'FARLAND WILL BE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 January 1909

ANNOUNCEMENT OF . NEW STEAMSHIP LINE MADE A. M. Ingersoll, vice president at the Milwaukee railway, re turned from Chicago yesterday where he was i n conference with the general officials of the road. He announces that the arrange ments have been completed for a new steamship line from Tacoma Local Banks Declare Large Dividends Taeoma national banks aiipw to be prosperous. The annual meeting of the directors oX tho National Bank of Commerce, hel.l yesterday, declared a semi-annual dividend of 10 per cent. The bank elected dhester Thome pres . ident, F. A. Albertson vice ; resi dent, P. A. Rice cashier, C \ Brown assistant cashier. EFFORT IN CONGRESS TO EXCLUDE ASIATIGS (By United Press Leased Wire.) WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 13. —Discrimination against the Chi nese will be abolished but exclus ion even more absolute than now will result if a bill which is being prepared today is passed by con gress. The plan adopted by tne lawmakers Who are framing the new act is to Incorporate the ex ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 January 1909

■■^B^K»^9m9mm9i^Hr^4mflH9l^Lmmi^9Hl £v*uuke> ,• btbbt kvhwdw •• axon i KHOwur; B3t m i".-v * >~z 4Wl vaooma mm roßunnra ooMPAin !&**s2s>M g ornoa—76i = ooMKMBtoa tmunrr SLtiwi '•> th« pototflo* at Tiiom, vr*Mh. — —oonfl-cl— m*Um. KUULPHIC SERVICE :OP UNITED PRESS ASSOCIATIONa PHAMFC Ba OffV« ....... w „ ..Mala 78«, AI7M l|||lirVOirctiUUot. Dept. Main 7**. AI7W ■ MVIIUVy ;»Utort«l Peat. ■... ..... ..» . . Him 19*. AA7BS Hpnlanooilisfsa^ OBOiY DJDEPENDKXT ;•■•■. .. *ACOMA>S "^SJIIgJ*I NKWBPAPMB. TKBMB OK HI ttSCKJPTIOH. Ob* ant » cow, mv<» cents • week by carrier or by mall; i • «*■!• a month by cantor or by mall; six month* by mail. fI.SO; '«-» #■* hi- mall. 98.70. Mtm TO IVBSCIUBBKI—ShouId your copy of th« Time* tail to tNMkron by • o'clock any evening, ■ please do us the , fa -or ■ to call us ; th« » circulation department. Main Tit or Horn* i AllII. imod th»< troublt WO be promptly remedied. l j^ J ,-; rU^f:^/;^ vfcs^-.^.v*;i :;r;-;f>.« fell *© ' MAIL I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 January 1909

MAIL THIEF IS TRAPPED BOBBERIES IN THE SK\TTI,K POSTOFFICE LEAD TO IN VESTIGATION AND ARREST. (By United Press Leased Wire.) SEATTLE, Jan. 13.—John O. Hopkins, olerk in the mailing di vision of the Seattle postoffice, ■was arrested at 8 o'clock last night aa he was working at his case, by Inspectors C. L. Wayland, A. R. Butler and C. J. Backus. The arrest was the result of in vestigations begun last Friday. Hopkins was taken to the coun ty Jail by Deputy United States Marshal Fred Lai ho, and this morning he was charged before United States Commissioner Au gustus Armstrong with stealing from the United States mails. For some time it had been re ported that valuable letters were 'WETS" AND "DRYS" ARE PAIRED IN THE HOUSE (Times Special Service.) OLYMPIA, Jan. 13.—One of the curious things about the lower bouse is tihe seating of the mem bers. Whether It is strange co incidence or clever design Is yet a mooted question, but the fact remains that every local option man is seated next to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 January 1909

R 1 rj - df t *4Avi3l^^B^Lm^B^Bli POC? 1 ia? AwS ■^'nC y^^j^ Tn^\ ■Sjll WS6 IPnO'WdW JEnJ^V V- V«^\To $^jYMPIA/ Jan.' 13.~Ttie) Taoy&e fand ;£ theif senate: RfctPlA, Jan. 13.—The house and the senate joint session at 1 o'clock this afternoon to le reading of Governor Mead's message. The eiiiment; met ;„ with much favorable comment, be litant and progressive in its tone throughout. ■ The liquor evil is hit hard by the governor and he • wands a reasonable local option law. Other much ceded reforms are urged and questions of vital nee such as the: conservation of the state's tural resources are discussed. '■■'■};-A-^: 1 The message in part follows: :-v r ;^T:)£C:%-{i'. ''•'}'. f tfrsortonof United States Senator. E A wholesome provision of the [ ift*i|fti primary > law i extended gto j the electors of j this [ state jan op j tnnlty ,at ; the i September - prl- I Tiarlis to register their choice for | flatted I States! senator. The J peo t pi* Having exercised; that prlvl j tege,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 January 1909

SURVIVOR OF EARTHQUAKE ON REACHING AMERICA TELLS OF NARROW ESCAPE i NEW YORK, Jan. 13.—01u» --j •epiil Cutrones, a cattle dealer or Messina, the first ' eye-witness or \ the Southern * Italian earthquake "to reach this c"-~*ry, landed here today from V ■ whip D'ltaUa I whirftt sailed Ji I plea two days after th«:oacv.';v - ae.'-;'.."' . I Cutrones aala mat he went to Messina on the - morning of the ' shake to buy cattle and that the ; earthquake occurred ; j vat as his train entered tihte depot. The sta -?' tion was demolished and the train burled In debris. „ ■ : ; . After ■he 'had ..been dug out, , r Cutrones - hurried to .; Palermo, found that his family was safe ■ and then boarded :. the ship for ,' America. He said that the Immi ; gration - officials were , not . relax ing their vigilance because of the , number of earthquake sufferers. TURKEY RAFFLE USED AS BLIND FOR ROULETTE WHEEL CRUDE FA RAPHERNALIA USED BUT REAL MONEY IS STACKKI> HIGH. (By United Press Leased Wire.) VAL...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 January 1909

liiiiP^i^^ ■■■'"*:-" ' ' '■■.££•■-: a« #-| Of 1 P13.85 ANY MAN'S SUIIT IN THE HQUSE $13.85 I The Peoples Store The Peoples Store SALE BEGAN TODAY _ I w Your unrestricted choice of any Mans Suit, Top Coat, — I M ..'..' I £ Raincoat or Overcoat in our entire stock, including every > pI |^ color and make —the great "B. Rothschild" stock and the 5 : •'"■..; all hand-Made "Atterbury" System clothing —at • o mm ■' Continues Thursday, Friday and Saturday only —will pos itively end Saturday —a stock of $50,000 to select from . 2 ° —there are no exceptions —we offer blues and blacks, H single and double-breasted styles and every size —values o up to $40.00. Positively no exchanges or money refunded. h- H. ' o I I Tacoma's Greatest Merchandiaere. c. E. Horgan, President I II Si^RS ANY MAN'S OVERCOAT IN THE HOUSE X^i jiwl'itfiv

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 14 January 1909

\v (fittfiiitiii^f*^^f?it* ir^jhiTujf^iT^ fihu iriiiif* St^te?Maintainih^.?a v ;; Leased Wire. Service « VOL.. 6. NO. 21 f HITCHCOCK TO 1 OF FULTON Representative of the Re publican Chairman Trying to Defeat Chamberlain. CHANGE IN OREGON FIGHT IS RUMORED (By United Press Leased Wire.) PORTLAND, Jan. 14.—Ormsby McHarg, personal representative of Chairman Hitchcock in the last presidential campaign, is in Port land for the sole purpose, It is re ported, of leading the fight for the election of a republican senator in stead of Gov. Chamberlain, demo ♦rat, and the people's choice. When McHarg heard a rumor that money would be used to de feat Chamberlain, he quickly de nied it so far as the national ad ministration is concerned. How he ■will induce 52 legislators to re pudiate the pledges upon which they were elected, is not revealed, but this is his mission, it is as serted. Argument to be Used. It is said he will use the argu ment that a republican legislature and Oregon owe it to thei...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 14 January 1909

I ————————— lit GERS TAKE ■ CHAMPIONSHIP mM- BOWLING \#S In a bowling game that ran the i g Mores ? well *. up. the <• Tigers ■, last I I ntffi* made their hold of first I >l»oe in I the ; city bowling - league yin tain: They defeated the Wa 4mm three straight ; games by 894 I 'to 848, 877 to 876 and 811 to i 780, making ;'.: the v- total . scores j J. 582 to 2,485. 'soldiers form athletic CLUB I ifltfThV National Guard association I VH formed by members of troop I Jgß and 'company A of Tacoma last I 'nigh* for the purpose of arousing I 'taUraat iin - athletic sports ' and I if contests. «.* Rifle, revolver and pls- I tol J matches will be started as I soon las i tflne ■- range is ready ana I ; indoor baseball will be a feature. | Company A has 1 already put a I 1 iMmID the field. - I %%ST&e new association elected the I I following :." offioers: President, I Frank M. Beecher; vice president, I H. W. Palmer; secretary, P. T. 1 Crocker; ■ treasurer, Seth W. Kill- I I mm^mp^...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 14 January 1909

SCHEME IN SENATE TO DOUBLECROSS HANSON (Times Special Service.) OLYMPIA, Jan. 14. —Ole Haw «on has been double crossed. Sen ators Booth, Allen and Knicker bocker "did the foul deed." It all arose in a little frame up In the senate to take away what ever credit might run to Hanson for the bill. Hanson had agreed with Pliny Allen, that Allen should Introduce the bill in -the senate. Hanson had his bill ready for introduction In the house the first day of the session. It so hap pened, or if.it didn't happen the condition existed just the same, that In the house there were no heavy paper covers in which bills are "jound when introduced. Therefore no bills were introduced in the house until Thursday. Since Monday Hanson's race track bill has lain in a pigeon hole await ing a suitable garb to appear in public. So in the senate Allen intro duces Hanson's bill. Booth, of JAPS ON TRIAL FOR BURGLARY The trial of G. Nomura and M. Makai, Japanese, who are aleged to have entered the home of Maru...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 14 January 1909

I jptyBUHUED 1 BVKRY | KVJKNINO I SIXCKPT SUWDAI'. BT TOT a :Tnaai:pimi4SHijfa:ooMPA»i- ' r [^J^S^^^^on^m^inifaouMmaam, Btbmqt/£-;: , ■;' • hnpat*r*<l at tlw postotttc* at Taoozaa, TTuk. as Meond-tiua matter. [• JWIJBQaAPHIC < BEKVICB OF UNITED PRKS3 ASSOCIATIONa r»liniH;C B—*■*— Wnw........,,, ».M«to 788, AITBB !HE TACOMA TIMES HUD EVKRT KVBIUIfG HXGBFT SUNDAY BT THB TAOOMA TIMKS PUBLISHING OOMPAJTC OrriCH—7«» OOIUUCRCB BTREBT d it Uii pcrtofflc* at Taoow. TTaafc. — ■acnaiToiiM matter. IRAPHIC BBBVICK OF UNITED PRESS ASSOCIATIONS. .jiCg Biiliw OHIO „ ..Mate TM. A1T«8 X Otrcalatio* Deft Main 788, AI7BS 'Il*-**.Editorial Dent. m_m .Mala 784, AITS 3 IHB TUIKB Ut -V^ .tltfffjKiaVi ONLY LNDEPENDKN I' , ..^^•■> TACOMAS .: .. 3* NEWSPAPER. .. . v -:', J^2^__ J J'; .". ' ' ' ' . . Sgß^^^^/f lILKMs U» »« HSCKIPTION. .--■:..:.; ■ ... ■ '^i^cHit) cent, a copy, acrea cents a week by carrier or by mall; Sfjfr eaataa month by carrier or by mall; abc months by mail, ai.RO; . ■|li»>^yw...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 14 January 1909

PROPOSES STATE POWDER FACTORY (Times Special Serrice.) OLYMPIA, Jan. 14.—T0 have the young men confined in the re formatory at Monroe manufacture blasting powder Is the rather dar ing plan of W. M. Beach, represen tative of Mason county. Mr. Beach's Idea is that tke farmers east of the mountains profit greatly by reason of the manufacture of jute bags in the ' KANSAS TO PRINT SCHOOL BOOKS, ; SAVE MONEY AND SWAT TRUST l A 6O PKR CENT SAVING • > Cost of school books to • > Kansas pupils during year • > 1907-08, $477,342. • i Estimated cost of same • i books, published by the state 9 i $253,152.35. • t 'Saving to pupils In one • i year by state publication • i $224,189.65, or nearly 50 • i per cent. • TOPEKA, Kaa., Jan. 14. —Kan- sas will renew her war on the "school book trust" at the coming session of the legislature. This time it will be on a new tack. State publication of texts used In the common schools will be the ** weapon used. Kansas has a state printing plant compara...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 14 January 1909

WOULD GIVE VETERANS HALL FREEJF RENT ■■*■ ':'*-r' ■ "■■!■•* ' '.--'■'} WaSm (Times • Special Service.);',* % t | OLYMPIA, -,: Jan. 14. —Members of the G. A. R. and Spanish-Amer |ican war veterans will ■; not ribe Obliged 1 to 1 rent j meeting >' halls * in fy_ the future if ; a bill i now in Olym f pia 1 becomes a law. Chief Deputy 1 Grain Inspector King of Tacoma la in the . city,;Swith ■ a measure | which i will | provide that'; in cities ilwhere. there is an armory that the armory board will allow the G. A. R. and i Spanish war veterans to have meeting places in the armory i free of f charge. ! .; •-•'- -■■%•>■; 'v^..''.sf l^ Ti*''' _______•■ ' „ "J **« TO FORM CLAN — -•In to t -.. rT|j -- - >r . ..«»«, ail Com merce St., for the purpose of form- Ing a clan. . Several meetings have ft already ;' been i held, but as ; yet >no S organization has been effected. ■ B~* • ll^^ff AT THE ; TAOOMA.-..-,; „ I |^^H "SHORE ACRES." : ' '' - 1 "Shore Acres," in which Archie fe ßoyd...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 14 January 1909

N. P. CAR IS BLOWN UP A passenger car on the North , em Pacific was completely ruined near Puyallup about 6 o'clock last night by an explosion oT a gas tank beneath the floor. The train was an empty one which meets the Eastern overland at Auburn, and was running at a high rate or speed when the explosion hap-] TILLMAN NOW AFTER MEYEI (By United Press I#a»ed Wire.) WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 14. I—Senator Tlllman before enter ing the senate chamber today an nounced that he Intended to place Postmaster General Meyer and At torney General Bonaparte In the "Ananias club," the rapidly in creasing order of prevaricators in stituted by the president. Tillman declared that he would prove by the report of the pho tographer that the photographic copies of letters and franked en velopes used against him were made last July, whereas Postmas PROMINENT STOCKMAN ARRESTED FOR FRAUD (By I T»iif.-il Press Leased Wire.) HELENA, Mont., Jan. 14. — Benjamin J. Phillips, of Helena, a millionaire mining operat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 14 January 1909

fCIAL WASHINGTON INDIGNANT OVER THE ACTION OF CALIFORNIA I j ' (By United Press Leased Wire.) WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 14. —4 wave of disgust and indlgDn i Uo» .to | sweeping through official ♦ circle* here today following - tne [ I receipt 1 of; dispatches from Japan • J telling of the antagonism aroused bjr the news there , that Califor nia* *.< legislature is ? considering ! ; anti-Japanese measures. ■. ;■ *,y-',(^ The | president . la <?- reported ■ to ! \ indignantly declared that OaHfornians Jnave broken their pledges ' and ' that the introduction |f objectionable bills is a com ' «»lD*tlon lof ! folly, ; bad' faith; ana 'l lniquity. s :<,ir^Hf^!-- ■'-.'.- The ; administration ', does not attribute importance to the action >f certain California legislators in r introducing the so-called obnox- I Ion", bills < and i believes that tney will not be passed by the legisla iiture '] of the state. (-~;": : :i;"r'■■ ■. NEW PIANO FOR SCHOOL After using their present piano ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 January 1909

i unrest-Paper in the Stat i Maintaining: a ■.■: ' Leased Wire Service VOL. «. NO. 22. JUR V A CQUITS T. JENKfNS HAMS OF MURDER j HITCHCOCK GUILT! OF CRIME? La Follette's Hagazine Put. G. O. P. in Class With Ttiorton Hams MADISON, Wis., Jan. 16.—Th*t the alleged action of Frank H. Hitchcock, chairman of the repub lican national committee, in Inter fering wltih the (senatorial situa tion in Oregon is as 'heinous as the crime said to have been com mitted by Thornton Jenkins Heine, whose trial at Flushing, Li. 1., has Just closed, is the bur den of an editorial which will ap pear tomorrow in the second Issue of Senator LaFollette's magazine. The editorial will say that: "Thornton Hams is on trial for advising the commission of a crime and Frank H. Hitchcock, who is also widely accused of ad vising the commission of « crime, Is guilty of one equally as hein ous. "It is said that Hitchcock has actively endeavored to induce the legislators of Oregon to violate their promise to support the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 January 1909

I Anmnnmln are being made £<§•> «••* <*• prl«e flsht came la onm. A '\ A new Athletic - club, §§IW*m" aa ', the Taooma Phwtosi ■Itnre ©lub, beaded by Lee Cott. > baaa organised to start the I* r •** to get It opened wlth- BPioattfon. A match. Cor a r «KMbltlon between Denver \?;am artto and Dr. B. F. Roller | mi BMttls) to > being* arranged for I 4te Ollta rink, January *6. I JbdHw, having m aome ;.> social ISMpHUiis, It la believed lie would liljfarft drawing card and at the same I' ttBM wo«ld popularize the fighting "here ma ttMre would be no KBeM Interference. : OONTESTS TO ||I||I|OIIMIIT '>';ft* City Basketball ;' league P«m ita schedule tonight ', and there promises to, be lively Inter- i i |»**Ua I the I coming: struggles. " The ) i Hnrt came will be between Whit- < I rath ; and j Pnget Sound gat -!-:: the ■ ■g' gymm; of the former unlver- , |g;: ; "The Dependable Store" | January Sale SPECIALS h-Vs*T*"**. *»..'.:" 1' ■ - „■- ■-■■" «^^/^^^^T^^j(y «?"','...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 January 1909

Would Drop liars For Doctors (Time* Special Service.) OLYMPIA, Jan. 15.—Represen tative ChrUtensen of King coun ty, has a dental and medical reci procity bill In the house designed to make entrance to practice in Washington easier for old practi tioners. Under the present law a doctor or dentist who may have practiced for years in another state Is compelled to take an ex amination before he can practice in this state. It is asserted that tbe old prac titioners while they are in every way Qualified to practice are "rusty" on the questions asked at examinations. Chrlßtensen's bill lets them into the state on the pre sentation of another state certifi cate on the pay men of $26 fee. STEEL COMPANY EXCHANGES LAND WITH RAILWAY Senator J. H. Roberta, pres'deut of the Puget Sound Iron and St<*el Works, has accepted the offer o; the Northern Pacific railway to exchange Ms present site, needed by the railway for Its depot im provements, for a larger tract of ground east of tbe city waterwa...

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