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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 January 1909

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Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 January 1909

I HBP^^H^ I^IH^BIh II H hi ll /3l "PflM TUT A 13 PITT? m&o\ <«r .PUIN ixiiinuxiJii Ik " ///Hi 1133 C STREET TAOOIVIA OPPOSITE POSTOFFIOE f I ... '11 lillm Saturday, ftt^ 11 Saturday, I/I I the c/in nnn otopit ili^ißv^M^ the ca fi nnn cTnoif entire jwUjUUU o I Uufl i^^YiJJz&W' ENTIRE 9 UUU 01 ÜbiV OF HIGH-GRADE MERCHANDISE OFFERED AT 40 and 50 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR | LADIES' AND OHILDHENS' I Men's, Youths' and BoyS I LADIES' AND CHILDREN? READY-TO-WEAR SUITS, r%|-**ui M and Pin-niehinoe READY-TO-WEAR SUITS, coats, skirts waists Clothing and Furnishings coats, skirts «d waists ■ a fJ|^o' DrAftft Sklrtf* -v^iS ; •> Every Suit in the Entire Stock is included in this Great Sale in Black, = Brown, Navy Blue > ■■■ ———————«—_—^ ———————™_ L.aaieS L#reSs OKIrIS , and Q. ray Hard Finished Worsteds, also Tweeds, Fancy Mixtures and Cheviots. Guaranteed All LADIES' MISSES' :'; AND CHILDREN'S ALL COLORS, IN BROADCLOTH, U, Wool. 5 1 ;:: -V^:^^:-\^^^ W&U*&&: COATS AT HALF ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 January 1909

t bbtS^bV AbßNbbbbm ntiHoW^Bsa -A^^bl Ahmm ' KSttJ** •sbdgl house cad town of 3?!?'?*? I*'*'1 *'*' *■*■■ ■*•* Puy*u«p gwTtowlMt. aocordin* to the w»t ■ ot Harry.Bangh.,who »JPfJ>r'l' 1»«for« tIM eommtsslon flgy JFsjsJerflsjr and- asked tor pro- HHS?'''"*^? •*l4 ' * farmer, to bl* tea acres further up the g«*r. bad diverted the course of ■to, rirer and that now it to eat -3M away the bank and threaten s■*&*•»* whole town of : McMillan. |^3C»i« oommlMloners >: will <« look fipiwo ? the -. matter and > may ! pat •in • win* 4am to j protect the place. jfttfflAQE][MOOSE .S5S4f EMPLOYES HIDE TO IEFOIT IT 0. A. i. (Tlaits Special Service.) ,;iLTMPIA, Jan. IB.—Much to i the disgust of, certain employes of g»• I house, they * are > going to ibe r impelled to work for the salaries. |CW«f. Clerk, Grlnstead secured the f; Introduction' of, a resolution' mak tag all employes report at the un holy hour of si 9 ¥a o'clock H In a? the rning. This "outrage" is being atedly and : b...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 January 1909

COX MURDER CASE GOES TO JURY f(T\y United Press Leased Wire.) for the defense closed yesterday. SEATTLE, Jan. 15.—After Cox, who during the entire trial Strenuous argument by the prose- seemed indifferent to bis fata, cution, the trial of Leander Cox, maintained the mm demeanor charged with wife murder, ended this morning. His daughter eat this morning and at 11:45 o'clock with him a portion of the time, the Jury filed out to determine «he wfeile Oounty Prosecutor Prig fate of the prisoner. Argument more argued before the Jury. GROOM OF THIRTY WEDS RICH BRIDE OF SEVENTY !(By United Press Leased Wire.) gown, looked scarcely more than st LOUIS, Jan. 16.—Oustave 50, and was the gayest of the gay Ruehn, aged 30, and his bride, at the reception following the cer who was Mrs. Bridget O'Brien, a emony. Kuehn had known Mrs. charming widow of 70 summers, O'Brien, who is reputed to be are on a train bound for the Pa- worth $100,000, but two months, r.iffr coast today, on their honey- when he ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 January 1909

. JWaMgH* TO BB PROMTTL- CtATKD Uf STATB L.BUlHLA :\Wfit]tk*%wnJh B ÜBAVB •, ■ mo | J (VIMII Special Service.) m* ' ! Jan. 15.—Lobbyists, "*** an<* Undlfferent,: moral fWBm lß»Mm),*ce to be barred from ! ,-**« ;of both « houses, ■;.If the ■MM unlttee of the house and :#*>»# does not lose its nerve. >>*;: ; The trouble lies with < the ant»! i Mlboa'. league ; and ;' other jS moral j ; lobbTlats ■# who are here. ; Hereto i fOftf they i have had the run < of the MQate I and house; on' sufferances [ >yidH— no number cared to I ob ; ject to their presence, for the rea \mm* their ?" alms W and %: Intentions could not be questioned. ', \$A The < scheme ; now 'lal to promul ! »ate a rule 1 that will ■ leave a ' loop • kole for no person, no matter how 1 worthy , the cause. >ft^*Pl^'P This rule Is to be so strict, that ■ j any * newspaper f man > having £ the ; privilege of | the ! floor who i circu lates | among the , members' In* the *. Interest of , any: meas...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 January 1909

Youngest Paper 5n the *T^w « «-^ * I a **• **yl mm ▲ « - ■ IA QT I7MTIAW State Maintaining a I HP I A C CvNK A I fMPQ LAM tUIIIUW B *~.~~Ai mii~~ (Z\~ S~~ H Im. /I TI /m I I/f I I WKATHKR KOHKi'ANT: Bain tonight and Bun- Leased Wire Servnce Jt. ml m m m ■*> +■ *- a. t 11 m. i iit ml wl~4^~s * day. Light •outneny wind.. VOli. c. NO. 28 EIGHTY MA V BE DEAD IN COLORADO WRECK THAW TO v BE GIN ■ HEAR NG Will be Afforded Another Chance to Show That He Is Mentally Sound. (By United Press lieased Wire.) NYACK, N. V., Jan. 16. —Har- ry Kendall Thaw, slayer of Stan ford White, the architect, will be given another opportunity to prove that he Is Bound mentally, ac cording to a decision made today by Justice Thompkins of the su preme court. The hearing will take place in Kew York county. Ever since Thaw was sent to Matteawan asy lum after his second trial for kill- Ing White he has been awaiting the opportunity that Justica Thompkins' ruling gives. The date of the hearing has not toeen Bet. ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 January 1909

V ' AmW !____■ Bi SI 1 _^__k __sA ' ' AW^- >- WLm\\ ' *v jflft - ' " -ErW . ' -mmT^MW *T;'- 7.'\^'T ' -M0^^^-\-\\ •■ fl m^^___BM __■*' * _____L (9 M I _^____J^_______L Sure !______[ a^V ' * _^_\x-^ v~ ?RS I^H ' 4V '™***?!Rv'W ,-^^B _^_W^ _tf%-W^__K^^-mm\ ' i mmWEmmmW §B?\d®NAD&I^TOKI 5 ■ £ .^^l _JL^M {■ h^^^^^^^^^A s*"' _______F I _* i^^h ' ___________ \_^E "' jU_______ t «i»-y**J' . '*•- ■ \. 'V aflL ___■ ______■ _________ ' _■ ~-Wv .«l8w>S5ffi_&-._W«-.:i't\-s./..5>,^^ ■;<*:aC>»W.^^ J iteft.ur.ifti,?i»^-t* W >ft'-'-!'ft^^^ ' »oft««J*ta,..«lA'»tXi>.>*ft;-> ...^..ffi^k.-iiriiVftft-ftC'.'' s.iX'il*--.^. *ni£- pfllipEl VICTORIES FOR 9 IICOU pMfM'^l H hail i ' •' .* ABERDEEN,; Jan. 18.Having foated Elma Thursdaj night 63 ap^J'l.'E the - Tacoma basketball ; team came ,to 'Aberdeen' last night riknd defeated the high school hoys' 'tmrm 48 to 24. The Tacoma team .; #«t np a wonderful ' game. «: It will • Boqnlam tonight. V;'.' : V ■"■.-. I ■'FARLAND BESTS...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 January 1909

SENATE FACTIONS AFRAID OF EACH OTHER (Times SpectU Service.) OLYMPIA, Jan. 16. —The two organizations In the senate are in the position of one Is afraid and the other "dassen't." Neither one is anxious to come to a test vote because neither knows exactly how the other stands. There are 42 members In the senate, divided Into the "progressive" or "right" faction and the "anti-stringent" or "wrong." The line can be dis tinctly seen between about 30 senators, but how to place the other 12 is more than any one has been able to accurately perform. Within the doubtful dozen are several who are so unattached and free that they are almost inde pendent or guerillas. They may vote with one side on one measure BONAPARTE APPROVES THE TIDELAND BILL ,lly United Press leased Wire.) WASHINGTON, Jan. 16.—At torney General Bonaparte yester day approved the Cushman bill for settlement of the Bedford tideland suit in Tacorna, all excepting the STRANGE MEDLEY OF SOUNDS IN ROUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES (Times ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 January 1909

WHE lACOMA TIMES MHWOB •wrwßt i ■flUIUia MMAJMfI StTTDAY , lr BT * THB ' ?^SK^S VAOOMA XHHS 5 PUBLISHING OOMP AWT i OFFIIW—76B COIUUCRGB gTß«art;:,:^-"; : v;'' ; i jiltiiil at ■—totn— at Taao—. TTaab, — —coad nls— matfr. i^ttJBORAFHIO BBRVICM OF ONITBD - PMM » ASSOCIATION* yM||||icp, »wtaeM offio* ......... « ».m«ta m, Am» nifiiF^ amOmOam IHfc ........ .^. Jbdn 7SS, A 178» na Tom* is owLr nrogrKMPKM 1 TAOOMA*g HIBWWPAPKB. VKBIW U» M MWBimOH. ■mKa/""*1^ 1"-* ::•■?• ■>— .^^bm-- ■.-■■ar*»,....„ .. J ,«;>.'' fvi.,.., ••■ ■■ »-■ S^» ««M • 00*7. imt oeato • weak by carrier or by malli ,■••■**• a ■—«h-V carrier or by nuOJt atac diobUm by mall, fl.BOj JJJJ* I!*— fcy.MiVtfcyK'^feVf iy.?;-Nar ->v>-i.-v.,-•:■;-.•■■■■:v.-. .y^^.-,^' MTm n »w»«cmi»»R»—«h»ui« your oopr of tb* Tlo»« txu to {•■oh Tou by • •'ol»ok any •vanlajr, pleu* do v* th« toror t* call up iff* «lrcuUtfon *«»»rt»,wii-U>ln fit *r Hni AITM. and tb« troubt. im-b» ' »fMKIy ' waiti. -•.,' . ■. ..■;'> ■ v,' ■ ■ .■•_(...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 January 1909

—t ■ ■» i i"i ' I ••;■"'« ' • '-^m^SPE-^^ --" -Xr m ; '__^^__^^"^m I « 1 ' ' ~j|y-~r~T_L______F—»i____i____l ____rM__B Bi/CSB BWftw3Ba_M_____- —\W —iflff«iFy* ~ l!W^^ gSBW^i'jY B^Bfl l yw^^___!_^__i^^rv wS in Br Kivr l\ I»niniy Marjorie l.nki- and Her Dancing Girls at tho Pantages Mon day and all Next Week. GAVID DOROTHY, Savoy Stock Company. MME. (JADSKI, Who Will Be Here January 30. Im Margaret Oswald, leading Woman, Henry MclU* Stock 00. AT THE TACOMA. "THE DEVIL/8 AUCTION Miss Emma Prager, a very handsome and clever exponent of Ingenues, will play the part of the heroine Madeline in the twen ty-eighth edition of the "Everlast ing Devil's Auction," at the Ta coma theater tonight. THE SAX FRANCISCO OPERA COMPANY "The Strollers," which will, be presented at the Tacoma theater Monday night by the San Francis co Opera company has a record of over one solid year at the New York Casino, eclipsing in this re spect the marvelous runs of "Fan tana." "SHORE ACRES. "Shore Acres" will be see...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 January 1909

IKEAD TURNS DOWN ! COSGROVE'S MAN BEFCBKB TO MAKE ANT I CHANGE IN THE OFFICE OF I BANK EXAMINER. I (Times Special Service.) . OLYMPIA, Jan. 16. —Believing that the welfare of the state de knds the retention of Bank Ex •tner A. W. Engle, Governor Mead has refused to remove him to make a place for Mr. Mohundre of Seattle, whom Cosgrove has promised the place, and has sent the name of Engle to the senate for confirmation. In explaining Uf rttuatlon, Governor Mead saya MANY BRIDGES WASHED Olir IN CALIFORNIA SEVERE RAINSTORMS ARE CREATING HAVOC—SMALL TOWNS MAROONED. SACRAMENTO, Cal., Jan. 16. — Severe rainstorms, augmented by melting snow In the mountains, are creating havoc In Central Cal ifornia today. Hundreds of bridges have been washed out and roadways destroyed by the water. PorterßVllle, Briggs and many oth er small towns are Inundated and marooned. Two hundred feet of railroad track at Summit, in the Sierra Nevada mountains, have WOULD GIVE BURGLARS AT LEAST 15 YEAR TERMS (Times ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 January 1909

QUAKE IS HECOBDED ' MANILA, Jan. I«.—The gov ernment seismograph here today registered an earthquake shock. The instrument was murk agitat ed, showing that the temblor must have been severe. According to government estimates Uie quake must have occurred about 3,000 kilometers fro mMaiiilsu SAYS THEf E IS POWER] RU T (By United Press Ix-aned Wire.) WASHINGTON, 1). C, Jan. 16. —It was ttiiiiounc .a today liy the department of ju>< ii i- that after investigation into the alleged pow der trust they have discovered that twelve concerns have agreed to split the world's trade for ten years, according to testimony tak en. IOWA'S FIRST LADY TO AID I* MORAL UPLIFT MRS. B. F. CARROLL. i DE3 MOINES, la., Jan. 16. — Mrs. B. F. Carroll of Bloomfleld, who becomes first lady of \ lowa Jan. 14, when her husband is in augurated governor of the \ state, does not intend to confine her activities to social affairs. On the.contrary, she purposes to*be active in the uplifting of the com monwealth mo...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 January 1909

FIRST PICTURES OF ITALY'S EARTHQUAKE HORROR SCENES (Photograph by Adolfo Croce, Milan, Italy.) Photographs taken the day after the earthquake disaster, showing fonts and leantos of survivors In the open country outside the devastated city of Messina. CARRYING OUT THE KILLED AT MESSINA, SICILY. (Photograph by Ado Ifo Croce, Milan, Italy.) Italian soldiers removing a charred body from the ruins of a house in Messina. When the earthquake shock threw down the •tone walls- the frame interiors caught fire in many places and hundreds of people unable to extricate themselves were burned to death. STRIKING PHOTOGRAPH OF EARLY RELIEF WORE IN EARTHQUAKE DEVASTATED I MESSINA. '. ■ • •„ ffc«l«»iiih tmk*a the meuma §m afur ua tr*M earthqiutke calamity. . Th« aceae la a temporar ij fiend hoi.pl eatablUhed among ■w latH •* Mmmlb* ky tt« cmn tK«t ted keen landed from foreign warship* mum attm (be di»—4e r. The pidare abuua a aaUor H^Ufr A ifete MtetetOrtßC to oae of the waaiwWL SURVIVORS OF MESSINA ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 January 1909

■■;■ Youngest^ Ba per> intthe ' :. State|MaLntaiiniing:sfflf||| Leased Ware Service VOL. «. NO. 24 CONGRESS GAGS REPRESENTATIVE WHO ASSAILS PRESIDENT CITY HRLL JANITOR KILLED ROBERT SPAULDING CAUGHT IN ELEVATOR SHAFT AND FATAIiIiY INJURED — DIES SHORTLY AFTERWARD. HEAD IS CRUSHED OPEN Robert Spauldlng, head Janitor of the city hall, was —' 1 killed this morning at 10:16 o'clock under the elevator while engaged In his duties. Wtth A. B. Becker and Thomas RHey, two prisoners from the city Jail, Bpaulding had been up on the top floors cleaning up. They had a box full of rubbish, and placed It on the lower section of the ele vator to take It to the cellar. The three men got on with the box and went down. At the gates of the elevator on the other floors people were rattling for service and Charles Johnson, the eleva tor man, for a moment forgot that be had passengers on the lower section of the machine and start ed up. Attempted to Get Off. Spauldlcg had In the meantime Started to get...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 January 1909

.1 m pßftS©NAßft^§P®Klsl VL TO MANAGE | TAGOMA PpW 1 Hall tl. will «j manage ,f the Dicers in the Northwest league Kfcjbt mr- Saturday he purchased Mt Interest : in [ the . > Tacoma \; club PUSS, with It, geta the management. R*£''rtH y $on :• ' uniform himself ■i».t«slß- with the boys, but , will trPwy, itule»m occasion may re ■^F Hull a popular ■ manager and ■Hit) hare all ■ his old Butte team if-B*o pic*; from,' In addition to those liefttof; last | year's Tacoma team. W4 iy« he expects to finish in the [Hrirtt J division iby all ; means In . the ■muob'i contest. VORTLAND MAN TO I V KET LOCAL I WRESTLER is Frank Rlley, the Tacoma peda- IMroKue;; who * has % been ;'* teaching iaichool' all i winter at. Vaughn, has tcned articles to wrestle w'lth Ed. Connell, the Portland champion, &** I Portland, January 29. Each IJinanhiui put up $250 as a forfeit. Rlley has ! met and defeated ev erybody that has come his way in f' this section and he is keeping in "*«ood | condition. - - ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 January 1909

HAY RUNNING LITTLE STEAM ROLLER (Times Special Service.) OLYMPIA, Jan. 18.—Lieuten ant Governor M. E. Hay Is the big gest man In Olympia. Without any of the Roosevelt r brass bands and spectacular stunts he has started his own little steam roller and flattened out a few un desirable "agents" to a flatness that makes the proverbial pan cake look like the bounding bil low. Hay 1b go!ng to have his own way bo far as he sees his way. or he is K'i'nu; to known why. The manner In which he shredded J. Will Ljrijni was the first inden tion of the Hay temperament aud since that time there have been several little instances of an offic ial of P3ml-offlcial character whicS Indicate tna' Mr. Hay will livo ui> to the Btjiifcre-set, steel-trap ex pression of his jaws. Hay is worth a million dollars and is hav'ng his first touch of political high life. He is In a po sition where any political prus pects have no allurements for him by reason of the emoluments they may hold forth. He doesn't need...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 January 1909

MJL7>4COy»L4 TIMES KTKNIIfO MXCKPT SCXDAY BIT THB »/ T*OHM4 XOOBB PCBUBHINO COMPAXY ■:' ■^^, "-:p|lt>nTCl>-7<t OOMMERCB STHBBT . "^p^pN|i;i|# g—totfle* W Taooma, rut, as —eond-cla— mattw lMta»«pKic 811RVICB or pnitbd PRESS associations' ■^BKii|yHe^f^|S«ateeM Office ............ ..Main 788, AITBB ■UUM Ghvalatlob Dope Main 788, AI7BB MT^ .tttottal Dept. ■■■„ ..Main 7P*. Ai?33 ! ■ TACOMA'a 10 MKWSPAPKB. B^ii^E^Sll^B* 8 OK SIHSORIPTIOIf. ..: \ '-,«,S „-■.-. • HwHLiP* • «W. aereß cent* • week by canter of by mall; Hajßy? imPS clTtar or bJ mall; six month* bjr mail. $1.50; mt**pr,»r«M* t >».Tß. ■J^^aaas%eg»iiß)@a^^y^'.^ lL? imUCHIBBBI— your copy of th* TImo« T"\n to •S^f* * Retook any er«nln», plea«s do ua th* teror to call v? ■jUprnxttuent. Main 713 or Homo Aim. and th» trout>:« AMERICAN LANGUAGE" litmed Ittea In ■ Knglan<l, who '{nerer weary of '. finding fault HIJI.-*^* Bacliah : apoken and. written In this country, might reflect ■gWNMty wr Mark Twain's remark that...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 January 1909

WELL - KNOWN PIONEER DEAD Robert Thompson, one of the best known pioneers of Tacoma, died yesterday at his home, Twen ty-third and South C street, after' a protracted illness. Mr. Thomp son recently underwent an opera tion^ and had seemingly recovered. Last evening his condition grew rapidly worse and he died In a few hours. Mrs. Sinclair, who made a thrilling trip from her home at Atlin, B. d a short time ago, after hearing of her father's Ill ness, was at his bedside at the last moment. Mr. Thompson leaves a number of grieving friends and relatives. BANK WRECKERS ARE SENTENCED By United Press Leased Wire.) I PITTSBURG, Jan. 18. —In fed tal court Saturday William C. vice president of the farmers' National bank of Allen 'own, was sentenced to five years |i the penitentiary fo rmisapplica /lon of funds. His brother, John UcKee, president of the Clinton, .'a., national bank, got the same /entente for the same offense. Charles E. Mullen, cashier of the Farmers' & Merchants' Nationa...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 January 1909

tCITY INVENTORY If riCULr TASK JMffcßMl ij \ ■HEbSm'^SOME: ■ IJKI'AKT * H fpK) MOT CO-OPERATE I MWflpmr eOMMIMHIONKII IN Hl'; J. . t Jjnß^gMllniw"Mi Hi iiii is hav i {Mftp^tWotty.; i» f taking ' an ■] in ifiHH^l^Vlwlcltr** ■ property, U aimlS H^MMMC what the people j jHßrot? i#M*ottit •nnaptlaa of ,«m)«v tkafar ooatroL k^^B^HMHJmJBM^ fjrWMunlß -e.-^ Hojpp#ir V«*rt*l hm 4M B«t BSfiWHI «»«ke any report so*. in. pMißWtadf tbe building at ■raKH>.i:|M>t' made ;no report on Ej>eofcs furnishings at all, so ■mslpUin*f*, report Is worthless. |;Tli« i l«e iof :. park property and t the dlnsa of some other depart- HUMmU tt«m not yet been esti |i Wben h» last report of ': City immWfcjM&iAß - was printed, It I *tM«d * mluation of »6,313,198 I| Ok the rtty'B ' property. Whether L tfe* l*W«ory,- now being taken ■• will | ril» that i high remains to be if 's.*jirai^» tarieet report thus far in Is |j Biqprtntendent Whitney of OPLE TRAGEDY IN SEATTLE I i|KttlpoN&i& Ftom Pare One....

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 January 1909

iRREST SEATTLE DETECTIVE ON SUSPICION; THEN DISCOVER MISTAKE TACOMA POLICEMETf TAKE) OF FIOKR BECAUSE HID WAS "MIX IN Q" WITH YGGO MEN. John Hart, a special officer of Captain Tennant of the Seattle de tective department, was arrested Saturday night by Officers Brady an<l Angus, and locked up for a Jialf hour on a charge of suspicion. i The man was "mixing" with the yegg men of Tacoma, and had even gone to the extreme of selling phoney Jewelry for a member of the ■Tang. Hart did not have a badge on, an j that would cause him too much risk. rennant was notified, and replied hat the man was all right, so he r iras released. STOLENGOODS FOUND I Patrolman J. E. Johnson, 'on the vaterfront beat, found a valuable cache of stolen goods under tho irharf at the Commercial dock Sat urday afternoon. The goods com prise a solid silver French horn, »->wn as the "htirn of Odin," and nlscellaneous array of electric ures. . A paps on the -Northern Iflc, dated May, 1900, and made to Thomas Cro...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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