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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 January 1909

■INO NG OF BODY TELLS OF MURDER fifAJP SKEMAINS OKCSHED IN :gjj BOX MBOOVEBED ON VASH «>H ISIjAND.' . ■;•. j \x -i:._ >' ?; •iKThie badly 4ecompos»d and* hor- IWy mutilated i body of : . an * un known man, crushed Into a wood «n box and, thrown higb. and dry by the tide* on the sherea of Vaßh ion Ulan 4. was dltooverfd .Satur- Idayl day afternoon ,by. the Indian , flsh r irinan, who, on making. the grue : .a»i dUecrery,. made hl« ' way ■to Tmcom* a* fast a* possible In his ANaoe and' reported ■ the: matter to ■thm PlTO* county coroner. "V.-*■-- MAKES 83-MILE TTIP TO GO THREE MILES 5:TO:;: > KKEP -;APHiW^BjjHar AT ppuum i oil iiTJiO ItM.W »|XAKKS LONU JODB igT. WALLA ; WALLA, Jan. 18.—In order to get to his home and his '(-mite,' three . miles : distant, : John :• Conkoll, who llres near Hanford, J wu compelled to drive overland a t distance ,»■ of ; eighty-three miles. Mr. Oonkell lives on a Ihomestead across the Columbia river from | Hanford. He is also, engaged In I the :...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 January 1909

Yoiflog^^pSpeE'Siini'tllie -H State ■•Maintaihing >"; a .-." Leased ? WSre Service VOL. 6. NO. 25 FULTON IS TURNED DOWN GIoIUiK E. CHAMBERLAIN, DEMOCRAT, ELECTED UNIT ED STATES SENATOR BY REPUBLICANS. OREGON SOLONS STICK TO PLEDGE (By United Press Leased Wire.) SALEM, Ore., Jan. 19.—G00. E. Chamberlain was elected Unit ed States senator this afternoon on the first ballot. Every member of the legisla ture who had subscribed to state ment No. 1 was true to his pledge end voted for the governor. The senae and the house voted eeparately and In each Chamber lain received a majority. The total vote was: Chamber lain, 53; Cake, 17; Fulton, 19; R. 8. Bean, 1. All that remains to be done is the formal canvass of today's vote •when th-e two houses meet in joint session tomorrow. Fulton's Hopeless Task. The last effort of the anti statement republicans Monday night to agree on a plan to defeat Chamberlain proved a failure, and Senator Fulton and his cohorts en tered upon the hopeless task t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 January 1909

ES5wJsS5^-».-A>«: .^'^^ -j TAGQMA AND SEATTLE TO PUHONIGHT T*coma and Seattle meet to- Sight on the basket-ball floor of tho Y. M. C. A. to settle the duunpfonshlp and Incidentally to orce each oilier out of the run- Ulng tor the Northwest league ,>Both teanw have lost two league games. The battle tonight ought to settle which shall finally be nut of the race. As a curtain raiser for the big event the Winged Ts and the Seniors No. 2 will have • battle. NEW BASEBALL MANAGER HERE Manager Rubs Hall of the Ta coma Tigers today took up his of ficial residence in Tacoma and will feefftn at once Shaping things up tor the opening of the baseball iwuton. Some Improvements are to be made in the ball park. The players will begin heading this iray In a couple of weeks ana practice will start in a little over • month. "BHOOT POOL," tew automatic tables. Donnelly Billiard Roohi. ••• Joseph Myers Co., 917 C St., wall paper. **» WINTER BASEBALL FROM THE INSIDE due peculiar thing about base te...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 January 1909

Sale Price Boys' Clothing 4ggw Note carefully the for ff*j[ mer price— /t«^^3N you are *llo^ousli iy /J V^il versed on the subject of I.M IT * fck Boys' Clothing, you will l*lfaJr--STife\/«=*f^f\ appreciate the prices tNote carefully the for mer price— If you are thoroughly "versed on the subject of Boys' Clothing, you will e*^\ appreciate the prices ? J that are in effect in this AajyiJ). J / department. We. have a 7-///tL. , I comprehensive line of ryJfl \rS^ ■ the new styles and fab . f / I / rics; everything to fit lJ pi j.y boys 2Vi» to 17. years of M^^K&^ age. Every . Suit and VDr Overcoat reduced. All Boys' Suits up to $3.95, CO Qr are now 0/i Ou All Boys' Suits up to $6.00, ■ CO JE are now r ... _n/*)« ■ J Boys' Overcoats, sizes 4 to 8; CO AJZ worth up to $6.00, are now $*3m ■ 3 Boys'. Overcoats, sizes 8 to 15; C A OC worth up to $7.50, are now yXJJ Boys' Overcoats, sizes 15 to 20; . Cj. QCJ worth up to $15, are now $7.65 and. n't. j J ' Special— pairs Boys' All Wool Kne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 January 1909

THE TACOMA TIMES UftHKD KVKKY EVBNISQ ICXCKPT SUNDAY .BX THB ■ : feB^i*AOOMA' TIMES : p üblishing ■ oompakz ■ i..'fc^-,:^. . OrriCTD—7«g COMMBROB BTREBT at tbm potoffio at Tacoma. .'Mh. eond-clam awttif ■TKUORAPHIO SBRVICB OV UNITED PRBBB ABBOCIATIQNa ■HMHIMFC BlMllieM Otfh» * «».Mata 788, "aT7B« HJ|l| J> OlrcnlnUoi. I>«pt. Main 788, A 1783 Efs"«""!rV .K«lltorial Depi. Mala T»4. *'."S3 I Tfttß ': TUIKH -Ut ■ ir^^sw» ONLY INDEPENDEN t |aaa: v TACOMA'B <a^gs>9 NKWBPAPKB. I XKKMB l>K »i HBCKIPTION. 5 «**»•:•■■»•« copy, aevon cent* • week by carrier o* by mull; ■•f Mats a aooattb by carrier or b j mall; alz montiu by mail, $l.."> 0; Me ymmr null. «a.7S. . ■, , I ITOTICS TO ■CTMCRIBBRB—ShouId your copy of the Tlm«« t-.ii to I •*•■ you by ( o'clook any avenlnr, pleas* do us the favor to call up I circulation department. Main 73 3 or Home A 1723. and ' tha I troupe II ba g prompUr raaMdiad. „■,■■■ -i>'.', .; x; .■/•■;.■.■;. •-:% i.- ■'-.-''• ';•■■' •■ •' I NO PRIZE FIG...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 January 1909

TIDELAND BILL IS FAVORABLY REPORTED (By United Press Lieased Wire.) WASHINGTON, Jan. 19.—Con gressman Martin, chairman of the Indian affairs committee, yester day reported the Tacoma tideland bill for passage after a confer ence with Representative Cush man. The bill will now be brought up by Congressman Cush man and pushed through the house as soon as possible. HOLD UP SALOON; SHOOT OFFICER (By United Press I>ased Wire.) SPOKANE, Jan. 19.—Posses of armed men of Colbert, Wash., Hillyard, Wash., and Spokane are today scouring the country in an endeavor to locate two men who held up Thomas Smith's saloon last night at Colbert, and later shot Marshal M. F. Ryan at Hill yard. The men were making their escape after holding up the sa loon, where they secured $200 in oatih. when Ryan stopped them. One of the men replied with a shot, which inflicted a severe wound In the marshal's leg, and the bandits disappeared into the darkness. PRISONER GOES INSANE Fam Nedrebo, who faced Judge Arntso...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 January 1909

Gigantic Thefts of Public Land Are Disclosed SI'WABHINaTON, D. C, Jan. 1!". fc-More than $110,000,000 worth !of public. lands ; have ■ b >e.n utolen trom the public ' domain - turoiu'U land i frauds <In . the' Nortb went I tit the last two years, according to a report made by : SecrrUuy Gar- Seld to tbe house and senate ap jJHroprUtlon ■ committees. In which i fe* ■. asks: for, $500,000 extra to ■ yroseente the j offenders • and re cover the property. ;-.•--■.'-'-:\ ■■ ENGLAND FEEDING 2,000,000 PAUPERS WITH PUBLIC FUNDS ♦TARTU NC i REVELATION OP POVERTY BROUGHT ABOUT A 8 RESULT OF OPERATION OF OLO-AGK PENSION LAW. Population of England and Wales, 84,045,620. Estimated number of beneficiaries under new old-age pension Ikw, 800.000. Total number recelveing government aid either as paupers or M old age pensioner!*, 2,209,480. Proportion paupers in England and Wales, not including old age pensioners, about one in twenty. Proportion of paupers and old age pensioners combined, about...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 January 1909

ROOT TO RESIGN (By United Press L«wed Wire.) WASHINGTON. D. C, Jan. 19. Eljhu Root annojincsed today that he will tender his resignation as secretary of state to the presi dent the latter part of the weiit, following his election as senator from New York. . Assistant Sec-< retary Robert Bacon la slated to succeed him. ■ . ANTI-JAPANESE LEGISLATION HELD UPBYPRESIEENT (By ITnited Press Incased Wire.) '.SACRAMENTO, Jan. 19. — President' Roosevelt - has at least temporarily blocked the anti- Japanese legislation that was be ing pushed through the California legislature. Governor Gillette has received a telegram from the pres ident asking him to hold up any legislation on the shls subject un til he' can be heard from and stating that a letter is on the way. MORTALITY NOTES Anna Katrlna Erickson, 72 years old, died th4s morning at the home of her son, E. P. Erick son, 3738 Pacific avenue. De ceased leaves five sons and three daughters. W. O. Seltenwrlght, 19 yeras old, died at one of t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 January 1909

BIG MEETING TONIGHT IN INTERESTS OF THE ANTI-RACETRACK BILL Ttooma will tonight give , em- S phatic ' approVal to the movement gg|£^th«ri legl«l*ture to crush out Sttie"^ racetrack "i gambling evil, on Which toboggan many of the ■'ajronng men of promise in thia city ; ? have ' gone f down to financial! and ■toral wreck in the last few years. SfctA' public meeting has been call -ed for the Flret ' Presbyterian r Church. Tenth, and O streets, and Ole Hanson, author of the bill at jtfine root +yf>eet & S#7/ Introduced (Times Special Service.) OL.YMPIA, Jan. 19. —Represen- tative Walter W. Sparks, who of ficially is from Vancouver, Wash., tout in reality from Spotless Town, waa the real busy man in the first day of the real house session. He Introduced six of the twenty-nine bills, two of which are Intended to make the task of keepingj-.lean easier. One of his bills pTOvldes tor towels on railroad trains. His great, spectacular, long waited for bill, is the one that pro PROPOSED ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 January 1909

Youegfest Paper In the ' - State MaSntaieimig a Leased W2re Servke vol. c. no. ae TRAPPED IN A TUNNEL, FORTY WORKMEN PERISH REPRESENTATIVE LILLEY IS EXPELLED FROM CONGRESS! PHONE GO. ?MUST FIGHT CITY ATTORNEYS CONTEND THAT SUNSET COMPANY'S FRANCHISE EXPIRES NEXT MARCH. If the Sunset Telephone com pany holds Its franchise after March it will have tv> fight for it. Assistant City Attorney Baker has been investigating the con tention of the company that its franchise was extended in 1890 and that it does not expire until 1915 and the attorney does not think the contention will hold. In 1890 the council did pass an ordinance amending the original franchise by adding three sec tions providing that the city should have the right to regulate the company and limiting the rates. TheJTormer franchise was Included in "the new one verba tim. The section as to time of expiration was the same but the company now claims that the new ordinance changed the former by changing the date of passage. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 January 1909

SM§@NAM&SP®KTS I BIG WRESTLING S TOURNAMENT FRIDAY \ Wrestlers from Portland, Scat ty fie, Vancouver and Everett will be I toe Friday night to tackle the Tmcoma Y. M. C. A. lads on the \ mat In the Northwest chimplon \ Wrestling Director N. D. Moser B at the Tacoma association says he | Bks for Tacoma to win. Harry B "albot is expected to win in the I IAS pound class, Carl Sharpe is be | lieved to be a winner In the 116- I pound list, and Moser thinks the I other boys will win enough prizes I <tm capture the honors for this city. I acomn entries are: I 119-pound class —Cal Sharpe, JIM. Brown. I 125-pound class —Clinton Jones. I 135-pound class —Tom Lltz. j 145-pound class —Harry TalboL I 168-pound class — Bert Ken- I tiedy, Harry Mahncke. OLEVKit LITTLE GRAPPLER .., IS AFTER CHAMPIONSHIP JOHN BIU.KTKIt. $'', This little wrestler has Issued a 4efi to any 135-pound grappler in the world to meet him on the mat. In his challenge, BlHeter, who has .never been thrown by a light wei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 January 1909

Fanatic Create* a Wild Scene In the State Senate THREATENS TO BLOW UP PLACE IF JONES IS ELECTED SENATOR — SEARCHED FOR BOMItS. (Times Special Service.) OLYMPIA, Jan. 20. —The great est excitement prevailed in the senate yesterday five minutes be fore the vote was being taken for United States senator. Ruel Nlms of Chatauqua, Vashon island, lean ed from the railing in the gallery and frantically yelled: "If you elect Wesley Jones United States senator this place POWER PLANT ENGINEER TO BE SELECTED TONIGHT The city council will tonight probably select an engineer to build the Nlsqually power plant. Three names are before the council, the fire and water com mittee having sifted the matter down to J. H. Cunningham, E. \V. Cummings and Frank C. Kelsey. Cunningham and Cummings have already done all the preliminary work, they being on the board of experts which made the investiga tions and recommended the Nis qually plant of the city. Cuiu mlngs is from Seattle and Cun ningham from Portlan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 January 1909

%THE lACOMA TIMES WraUHHKD EVERT £ EVENING I KXCEPT STJNDAT BX THB gfslE' . TACOMA. TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY '' ■ : OFFICM—tea COMMUftrai BTBJBBT |jj»tTd« at the portofflee at Taeoma. rut, a* oo«d-cla— matter, T»L»QRAI>HIO; MEVIO» OF UNITED PMBB ASSOCIATIONS. PHfMUFC i s?**— own* •••••• • mm ..Mats na. aitss I lIUiILO £ lri*'»**<»» D«Pt. ...Mate TSS, A1T8» m*Wt*Urn%' .Editorial Pept. ... ;-«".v.vtjt > .Mala T>4. AI7S3 TUB TTMKS IM .r<a?lSfiteln OKIiY INDBPKirDEVi* Hfe? faVOOHA'B '^SJsai^''** NEWBPAFKH. ;i^ „ ■.., ~K*Ow cent a cop;, seven cent* • WMk by carrier or by mall; ■» «enta a month bjr carrier or by mail; six monUui by mail, fl.BO; '•— Tmr »y mail, ♦a.TP. ■ ■; : k-:-;:-'' J Z'Z.~^-':~ ■'■&■■'■'' "■'-,"■:. '-■'■ -"K-v. XOTICHI TO IVMCMIIM-ShouM your copy of tb« Times T'ii to ; EK 0*! you.by • o'clock any eraolnjr. please do ua the favor to call us> IS olrculatfon departmenl. Main fll or Home Al7ll. and th* troub!* WU be promptly remedied. . *<> MAIL...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 January 1909

JOKER IN DRUGLESS HEALERS' BILL ■**" (Time* Special Service.) OLYUjPIA, Jan. 20.—The drug less healers as opposed to persons -who use "poisonous medicine and surgery" have a long petition in the capitol together with a bill -which they wish to have passed. Te bill proposes to regulate the practice of all healers who cure by the following: antiseptics, water, electricity, magnetism, sug gestive therapeutics, Christian Science, neuropathy, massage, Swedish movement, osteopathy, chiropractic, mechanical vibration, Serious "Rupture With Japan Feared by the Presiden PRESENT ANTI-JAP FIGHT IN CALIFORNIA MAY MEAN RE VIVAL OP CONTROVERSY OF TWO YEARS AGO. - (By United Press Leased Wire.) WASHINGTON, Di C, Jan. 20. —The administration is satisfied, that the anti-Japanese bills in the California legislature mean the revival of the controversy of two years ago. No attempt is made to conceal regret at the resumption of the trouble. It ia said that President Roosevelt will go to the furthest ext...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 January 1909

CHANCE FOR GUY piimiJCH InioiEY sjpra Commissioner McGregor this jH morning received -a : report from II Indianapolis '-. showing ;; the '■ results |?: Pf" the ; operation of • a municipal 5 Mphalt plant In that city, v; The f plant there cost about $20,000 and In its operation It has reduced ; *the cost of street paving at least Si©! peri cent, -i ,'-/•'.:■■■, '>V<v --'■.•"-- ■ Ithe cost of street paving at least 10 per cent. Asphalt paving is now being put In ; at Indianapolis with : the city 'i plant ;at 54 cents a square • yard. Tacoma *is: paying about - 80 cents On the two big Jobs let yesterday |*nd:it hua paid as high as $1.25 for ; this work. s;;- '■s . -.' |»|g,The city council recently was considering the Installation of . a municipal asphalt plant, but noth- Jingiwas done In the matter. If If ten per cent could be saved *on : street . paving with a municipal ] plant I teh i two jobs let. yesterday 1 would . iiavi' • paid for the whole ; plant lln >, the saving a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 January 1909

Hupture With Japan Averted 3* PRESIDENT MUCH GRATIFIED IW-AT TURN OF AFFAIRS IN ijS CALIFORNIA. V^V* ■ _ —. I (By United Press Loaaod Wire.) i WASHINGTON, D. C. Jan. 20. j w_President ' Roosevelt today Is ' gratified at the reports coming ; from California following the I publication of Ibis letter to Gov ernor Gillett, requesting the hold -1 ing up of all antt-Japaneqe meas ' urea in the California legislature. >. The president Is oonfldent that I public sentiment Is supporting bim and it is understood that the possibility of a war with Japan entered the situation, although no actual suggestion of a possible rupture In the event California should pass th» measure contem plated has been made. It is known -positively that Bar ©n Takahira, the Japanese ambas sador to America, courteously pointed to the threatening hostile legislation In California and sug gested taht such action could be construed by Japan as a.repudia tion of the agreement between the two countries. WOMAN IS LOCKE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 January 1909

M THE PEOPLES STORE! THE PEOPLES STORE THE PEOPLES STORE THE PEOPLES STORE '.-.'•' : • , THE PEOPLES STORE ' THE PEOPLES STORE • THE PEOPLES STORE - '-»../ .* - .' ~~~~ -. • ■■ .■ .-. i.-.. • .:- - •-- ... ■. ■ ~. ■-. •.;• :. . . . , • -. ;•, : . - ; - -• •■ ,.■•■..••■• ■.-':.- " -' * --.•--.■---■.'-.■' "■ ■. ? 1 " - ' ~ "7~~~~ : :-' ; '•■ L.' - • .' ■ - ! ■> i ■ '■• ■ ""~ if. '. T" ~~ • ' ,' '"*+' ,! '^'Vft 1 ' ' -1'.',,,- ,™,-i„.ft'^; J 5 /ft^ft^-., - '..; - ,* ■-, . ... '.,.'. -.,-- ;, . - ■'■ - , . ' - ' ' ■ ' "' ' . - , ft '-:'..■ ' - 1f.*-.^<y •■-■.- ■ - -^ . -, . , . ■■- ,. ' - .,;'- , ■* '- - ■■' . .... " ' , .',.'■>' ' -^ - '-' ... Astounding Prices In the Annual Division Sale \mmaW-,Mm fflliif '^j^''^X'LXjj lta 7XX 7::A AyA" ■''^^' mm ■■' a B . B B __^_____. • ' mm A-'-i ________ 7 w ____■ - M^M MBHB"'" 1^^ ■■ ■■■■ K9 Bi "WE ALWAYS HAVE IT FOR LESS" This Sale Proves Its Name, "Division Sale," Dividing Profits iX7"-"'X' y'X '■"., ■'■. ■ '■•■'. . . ' — , ''.'■'.'• _...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 January 1909

ONE CENT'PER COPY ' 30 CENTS PER MONTH DELIVERED AT YOUR HCIVIE VOL. 6. NO. 27 JAPAN COULD EASILY CAPTURE AND HOLD LOS ANGELES HARBOR JUDGE GORDON IS ARRESTED ON EMBEZZLEMENT CHARGE MAROONED BY HIGH WATER Many Northwest Towns Are Cut Off By Floods —Trains Are "-"-"""" Delayed. ; Throughout the Pacific North west, particularly in the Inland Empire, many towns are today marooned by high water caused by melting snow and rains, and railroad traffic, in some instances, is paralyzed. Northern Pacific trains, which ■were held up yesterday in the vi cinity of Pasco and Palouse, were ready to come through last night but another terrific downpour' of rain during the night caused.the creeks to rise, water flowed over the tracks of the main line and caused several washouts. At the office of Superintendent I Palmer in this city today word ■was received at 11 o'clock that repairs had again been made and that the trains from the Bast would be started at noon. It is expected they will come through ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 January 1909

J^^B&JMFfcjJl '" ■JLiV- ■|I^*a'ii3*^^^^^%Tp-'"'" -"- » A*S& ; ,-**•*'■-*. i. •#4"l - -■ , - ***""i -• ~ >-**.*- .■■ *i.','t-i-*': , il 1. .„'".'•'■ Li "' , t l.-'-' ■*' I rT" NELSON CALLS JACK LONDON "NOTORIOUS" ■JOMMMT TERMED "BATTIjEK" | W 'AJHBM Alj BRUTE" NOW. f yMpOMTHAMPION GBTS EVKN ' WnH HIM. I*-" '♦*- ":■"<!.' ' \: ' NEW YORK. Jan. —"People 'BfKr",i'm'\m slaughterer in the ring, *>W»t you ought to see me slaugh *)|gliatUlngl Nelson; wrote these A tattling Nelson wrote these imita ( as : his I picture t was snapped la bis den In New York. v".> p£t Kelson J doesn't : slaughter words. This *| young 1 fellow ..: deserves ~rd as !f ich credit for , the ) education he J2 has picked up an for the fame he has (gained: In the; prize ; ring. ;;- T"iriHe i has ; been writing . the story i««*lsiUfe.^3v^^V'-?'«■ ? *:r" -*c' S*£ No literary * man ever worked Sore c faithfully on a , book ■ than Jbs» f Nelson ~t on i, his. :>; From ■-„'-. 10 clock i until 16 > ev...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 January 1909

COUNCILMEN DECIDE TO HAVE THE SEWER TROUBLE CORRECTED Sewer No. 141 Is to be relieved. Since the heavy rains started it has been causing all sorts of trou ble in the South End and Coun cilman Stambaugh last night de clared that Sunday it was running over, backing water up into the houses, and that many of them down in the vicinity of 41st st were flooded. The council appealed to the commissioner to know the reason for this situation and the coru missloner came back at them with HATCHET FURNISHES CLEW TO MURDER by tTnlted Press Teased Wire.) HELENA, Jan. 21.—The first clew to j.he murderer of John Hancock, *the mining man who was killed last week, has been obtain ed through the finding of the hatchet, with the belief that wfhen committed. The police are to day searching for the owner of the hatchet, with teh (belief that when Ihe Is found, they will either have the murderer or one who Jiias knowledge of the crime. John Hancock was found un conscious at the doors of the Cath olic hosp...

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