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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 January 1909

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 January 1909

WOMAN DROWNED IN OREGON FLOOD (lly United Press Leased Wire.) PENDLETON, Ore. Jan. 21.— Mrs. Lars Hansen, wife of a Uma tllla county rancher, was drowned and her husband seriously injured in a flood which swept down Cold Springs canyon Tuesday as the result of the rapidly - melting snows. ... . ■-..... In returning from a visit to town they attempted to . cross a gulley, dry when they came in, but which in . their- absence had been transformed into a raging torrent. They attempted to ford the stream and their team was swept off its feet 'and carried down stream. Larson was rescued unconscious fram a barbed wire fence, where he lodged and his wife's body was found two miles farther down the stream. The horses were drowned. WASHOUTS CUT PORTLAND OFF FROM THE EAST lly United Press Leased Wire.) PORTLAND, Jan. 21. —All rail communication between Spokane end Portland, except by way of Tacoma, has been cut off in the past 24 hours by floods and land elides in Eastern Washington. The Washi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 January 1909

ELSEY GETS JOB F AT $6,000 A YEAR ft Tote of 8 to 6, Frank Kel- IjHf *«■ elected over J. H. Cun- Nfluun for engineer for the new aally power plant, at the Ing of the city council last >\ Ktetoey asked $6,000 a year and Blngham wanted $4,200. m here was no discussion of the Ive merits of the engineers. :;P«e fire and water committee re •aankc that a majority of the com rOULD TAX PEOPLE . FOR PUBLICITY FUND I (Times Special Service.) fOLYMPIA, Jan. 21. —In order lat Washington may be properly Bvertised before the world, T. J. «11 of Pierce county is to intro uce a bill in the house providing >r an annual county tax to be i»ent In advertising the resources f a county as a place of residence r as a place of business purposes. Mr. Bell's measure permits KEIR HAROIE TACKLES WALL-ST. '5 Famoiii English M " P. Mid Labor I Leader Comes Across to Pick, tVp Dollars and Pate Finger on America's Bore Spot. |&^By -W. O. Shepherd. . ■ NEW ' YORK, Jan. ; 21.—The I Wall I street > gambl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 January 1909

PRESIDENT-ELECT TAFt AT AUGUSTA, GA. President-elect Taft lias star ted a 'possum craze in Atlanta by requesting that the animal be served at the banquet given him by the Atlanta <hamlxr of commerce. Several Georgians propose to put "Billy 'possum" toys on the m arket as successors to "Teddy bears."—News Item. 115 MEN WORKING ON UNION PACIFIC LINE Huson & Rydstrom, the con tractors who will excavate the Union Pacific tunnel, are expect ed here tomorrow to make prep arations for beginning work. About 115 men are now at the casket factory on the U. P. right of way laying the track both ways for the line from South Tacoma up to Center st., and this will be finished in a week or so. Every thing will then be ready to turn In the machinery and begin to make the dirt fly. NO SALOONS WITHIN THREE MILES OF SOLDIER'S HOME OLYMPIA, Jan. 21.—Bremer-1 ton, Charleston, Port Orchard and Orting saloons are coming in for a considerable share of attention at the hands of the legislators. The l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 January 1909

IITER BAGS TEN ILD CATS AND ONE COUGAR IN A DAY [«X since the days of Dare DCket' and Daniel Boone has •re twin > Hunter who made ■veil a record of big kills in such * short space of time, probably, as O. L. Jones of Mattock, who 4ged ten wild cats and a cougar I leas than a day's time of actual .anting. The cats killed are the lurgeet of the wild cat tribe that Infest the forests of North Araer- The cougar Is also a very largo one. Hunters here say Jones' ex perience Is phenomenal, and with out precedent, so far as nimrods can remember in the hunting an nals of the Sound region. Mon day Rfternon Jones took Ws re peating rifle and his dog and went hunting for birds. His dog short ly "treed" some animals, and go- Ing to the soot Jones saw a big eat sitting on the limb of a fir. With the report of the gun there was a mighty commotion in limbs Jjgher up, and, to his surprise, ones saw two other cats croueh tug In the foliage. These he also ■hot and on closer inspection found and kil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 January 1909

ONE CENT PER COPY 3 0 CENTS PER MONTH DELIVERED AT YOUR HOME VOL. 0. No. S8 HEAD BLOWN OFF BY GUN Sixteen-Year-Old Snmner Boy Accidentally Killed While Taking Loaded Weapon from Closet of His Home. Patrick Murphy, a 16-year-old schoolboy residing with his par ents Mr. and Mrs. James Murphy, two miles north of Sunnier, was killed by the accidental discharge of a shotgun at 7:80 o'clock this morning, as he was taking the wepon from a closet In his home. Tin- entire top of his head was blown off by the charge. A telephone message from Dr. Corloss of Snmner, who was call ed on the case, says that the charge evidently entered the un fortunate boy's mouth and that (let h was Instantaneous. The distressing accident wbb euch a great stiock to his father and mother that they are pros trated with grief. .hast ly Bight. Only a few minutes before they hurried into the hallway of the house to find their son lying In a pool of bloow with the death dealing gun by his side he had left them at the b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 January 1909

K^^^'__.» * fc 4 I. SAVAGE PLACES QUARTER OF MILLION VALUES OK HIS GREAT PACERS, DAN PATCH AND MINOR HEIR MANY COLLEGES TO COMPETE AT SEATTLE i*(Bjr.tTitft*il Press Teased Wire.) SEATTLE, Jan. 22.— hun flred and' twenty-five colleges and universities of the United Btatee bave been Invited to send ■ athletic i learns to the national college Bamea that will be held In Seattle «t«t summer, during the Alaska llTukon-Paclfic exposition."■■ •: * * ; > „ From the interest 1 manifested in the replies thus far received, there ; ,WHI be plenty of collegians enter fed In the track and field, and per -liaps; aquatic events fostered by •the | exposition management. V/ Prof. Milnor Roberts, graduate SEATTLE ALSO BARS PRIZE FIGHTS [(By tlnitod Press Tx>asrd \Tire.) p^ SEATTLE, Jan. 22.—There will ; le' no more boxing contests nor prizefights in Klnp county, so long as Robert T. Hodge is sheriff. "j. "Personally," said Sheriff Hodge this • morning, "I have no ob.VHions to ring contests. There...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 January 1909

TWO LINEMEM IN STRANGE MISHAPS MISTAKE POWER AND LIGHT FOIt TELEPHONE Wlltis AND HEAt'Y CHARGES PASS THROUGH THEIR BODIES. (By United Press Leased Wire.) ELLENSBURG, Jan. 22. —Two men almost met death by electro cution Wednesday night. R. C. Wright, lineman for the electric light department, while trying to fix a wire on a pole 2 0 feet above the ground, made a mistake and cut the wrong wire. An immense voltage passed through him, knocking him off hie balance, and he fell but half way to the ground, when his belt caught on a hook, stopping his fall for an Instant; then It broke NO SERIOUS CRIMES IN TACOMA FOR OVER MONTH Since the arrest and conviction of the members of the Daggett gang on Jefferson avenue last De cember there has not been a ser ious crime within the boundaries of Tacoma. It Is the belief by those familiar with criminals and their ways that the Tacoma police force has thrown a scare Into the remainder of the lower element of the city, and^that those now in Tacoma are...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 January 1909

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 January 1909

"SUITCASE HAN" MAY 60 TO "PEW" i It is the Intention of the prose cuting attorney's office to send John Collins, the "suit case man" to the state penitentiary at Walla Walla for a term of from 1 to 14 years. An old statute says that If a man has been twice sentenced on a petit larceny charge the charge can be converted into one of grand larceny and the man sentenced ac cordingly. Collins has twice been (sentenced for thefts of suit cases. He was taken Tuesday aftei stealing a number of umbrellas. The man admits that he has a sort of mania for stealing, but says that it is only when he is latoxV* cated that the desire to acquire other peoples' goods becomes man ifest. He ha salways had money on his person when arrested for theft. IS FINED FOR FLIRTING C. %. McFadden, an overgrown, handsome boy, who lives in San Francisco, and who was arrested Wednesday evening charged with flirting with young women a.t 9th and Pacific, was fined $100 and costs yesterday afternoon by Judge Arntson. Th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 January 1909

SIX DASH FOR LIBERTY OH IMAXISQ MNKII/H ISLAND % nmONER ATTEMPTS TO ; OAIH FKKKIK>»I BUT IS KK i^ OAPTURKD — MUST FACE v'tf BOBBKKY CHAIttiE. ' There wu a fine footrace with pyrotechnic >exhlbttio not pistol practice In the Half Moon yards this morning when Walter Law- Ece, a United States prisoner in McNeil's island, attempted escape from Deputy United tes Marshal Joe Statter and I making good until a 'bystand er out short his runaway career. Lawrence finished hlB term at <l)i* penitentiary today, but Chief Detective Sand ford and Detective Bnlzer of Covlngton, Ky., had some all the way out here to get him and give him a free ride back to the Blue Grass state. He is wanted on a charge of hold-up and attempted murder. The Eastern officers were waiting mt the marshal's office for Statter to bring the prisoner to the city. Lawrqnce evidently scented trouble from afar and When he got off the 'boat at the Flyer dock he made a sudden leap for liberty. Up through the yards he ran...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 January 1909

COMMITTEE TO MEET WASHINGTON SOLONS NAMED BY OREGON SALEM, Ore., Jan. 22.—Presi dent Bowerman of the senate this morning appointed Senators Bingham, Schofield, Norton and Sinnott as members of the Joint committee to meet a like commit tee from the legislature of Wash ington to confer on Columbia river fishing. On the part of the 'iiiniso, Smith, Farrel, McCue and Dodds were appointed by Speaker Mi-Arthur. (By United Press Leased Wire.) WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 22. —The bouse this afternon on a viva voce vote paused the naval appropriation bill, including the provision for the construction of two battleships. Children's Wool Hose, 4 cents at the Bon Marche. See page. 12. Opp. P. 0., C. St. ••• BIG r -jmlJx If ■ - jF^ ! iHr U /IIP ** H On All 1 UNREDEEMED . Pledges for 15 Days I Only Main Loan j Office 1119 1-2 Pacific Aye. I GOOD I PIANOS I SHEKMAN-CXA * 00. I 086 O Street. ANTI-RHEUM, THE TESTED REMEDY FOR RHEUMATISM. ; McMillan bros. Druggists. I &ET A BOOK FREE |fIMIM% Cut out t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 January 1909

rSGROVE OFF FOR HOME RASO ROBLKS. Cal., Jan. 22. overnor-elect Cosgrove left kere this morning aboard the priv ate car "California" for Olympia, Wash., where he will take the oath •f office aa governor of Washing ton. Many citizens of Paso Robles Were present when the train de parted, and gave the governor a farewell demonstration. STRIPPED OF GEMS BY BOLD THUGS ? SEATTI/R MAN IS ROBBED ~ AND IiKFT UNCONSCIOUS IN HOTEL YARD. ■..;. ._ (By "" United ! Press Leased Wire.) • ■;.;,• SEATTLE, Jan. —Caught I from f behind ;by the strong right I arm of a thug J. E. Young, a real I estate I broker, I who I lives .. at I A 2, | the ; Hanover, > Sixth avenue and Columbia street, found himself in the grip of a desperate thug last -' night I shortly ■- after ■ 6 o'clock, while on his way home. ■ • fe- He was passing along Sixth ave nue, at the rear of the old Rain \ ler, when !he waß attacked. A •econd thug, who suddenly ap peared in front of him, rushed to ' the S assistance of the man who ■...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 January 1909

Section Two VOIi. «. No. «8_ POWER PLANT ENGINEER TO START WORK EARLY NEXT WEEK Frank C. Kelsey, the engineer •elected by the city council to .car ry forward the Nisqually power project for the city, will be here Monday to begin work. He will organize his surveying party and get right at the work of running the lines for the plant. As soon as he fixes definitely ANTI-VACCINATIONISTS ARE ADVANCING IN OLYMPIA (Times Special Service.) OLYMPIA, Jan. 22.—The ad tance signs of the anti-vacclna tionista are beginning to arrive and the opponents of the practice are expected In a few days with a bill. The regular physicians of the house and senate have been expecting them and are prepared for the contest. The physicians have as hideous a collection of photographs of small-pox patients as ever graced a chamber of hor HAVOC WROUGHT BY * VIOLENT STORMS IN THE GOLDEN STATE {By United Press Leased Wire.) SACRAMENTO, Jan. 22.—Vio lent storms have been raging in this vicinity, sweeping over the Sac...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 January 1909

HA 1 I■! Inl I sr* I ■ If* 1 Wl« I mm%o I |Mt6s Special Service.) Jtt, St.—lt is being OtyrppU that the an »MtMiit!gmd9M who heard the Bfcf contest 1 «Un*. threo, to <T*V basis for this ' auump- remark {ot iChief" Ju» idktn 11, that ij,the decision [Hot be rendered In&tll i Jus ibar ; had ■ recovered suf- Sy to participate !in , the 7 de- OUR RAILROADS ARE TIED UP DV FLOODS rtilted ■ Pren Leaacd Wire.) gj POHTTtAND, Jan. 22.—Such aJn^hWiui it now being experlenc mH *In theiWlllaiiiette Valley > has lIWC visited Portland >forj 20 ; year*. 8 ■ All:. through ; this t Beetle a of the bountry the water Is rHing and In Shf npper Columbia tbe Ice has nmed so that river traffic Is not Irmly at !a> Btandstn 1, < but ! manyJ of Kb» «oclw and ftsh wheels ■ will be maged when 5 the -1 ieo i blockades B«i««n and start down the river, a iMltlon which threatens {at \ any W At The Dalles the ice la piled up even wtth the basaltio bluffs and a portion of Taffe's ' fish 1 wheel has...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 January 1909

GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP FWOULD REDUCE TELEGRAPH RATES FIFTY PER CENT tJ. ft, INVESTIGATION SHOWS VAST BENEFITS WOULD LOW >OPERATION OF TELEGRAPH \\ Mil s BY POSTAIi DE PARTMENT. '- /"-*:'■-- ■ ' [':• ' ' ■: v'-:.--;, „' WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 22. •—Cheaper rates and better ser- Tlce would be the result of gov ernment supervision or ownership of the telegraph. This Is the con clusion of the Investigation made by the bureau of labor under the supervision of Commissioner Chas. 8. NeJll. ~* The government's conclusions come at a time_ quite opportune i ■ for answering "certain statements recently put into circulation by of ficials of the telegraph companies. In all countries where the tele graph is owned or managed b* tiie government the service is bet ter and the rates are lower than In the United States. But the simplest and fairest comparison is that drawn from the experience of Australia. In the United States we have a postoffice for every 1,000 per sons and a telegraph station for ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 January 1909

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 January 1909

iTriH Tomorrow with a tremendous ; slaughter in Men's, Women's, Misses' j f^rTl |y|r - land Children Fine Shoes. Yesterday we purchased 5000 pair of o ) 3-m •iI S^oes or ever memDer °f *ne family, • compare prices with any \ f (jamm ip^jirNK store in town. Come around early and take your pick and lay in two -: %MMkmi\ |/ JL I years supply—from 23 cents a pair up. I I|Oh If^mL 1 I men's-. -^I^^^llS-- Ladies' Shoes I misses ~~ iajy^j I^Cnl ;■■■-: . Lauies 2>noes -. .shoes v. M^^B I S j|KK-' 'Tftl 1' 500 pairs I)ress Shoe 8» 200 Pairs $1.50 Boys' A buncH of about 500 pairs metal and Patents; regu- 2 00 pairs $3.00 Misses' Im <*J^Sr\ M V^^^^^^^-ITfl viei kid, velour calf, round ' Scliool shoes; CDn of Ladies' Dress Shoes,- lar $3.50 and $4.50, now School Shoes <ft>i Id ' \ fTF Vir/li iH^l^^'A IVI and wide freak toe's; V v ; t at.............. DOC choice of vici kid, patent selling for 01 QQ „ . '-^Xli'lH -V' Ii U oi^^[\ Sf^JKill |j|illil|S9Bci I^Hliiifei tidandvcloureaHgood ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 January 1909

ONE CENT PER COPY 30 CENTS PER MONTH DELIVERED AT YOUR HOME VOL. 6. NO. 28 NO VOTES FOR OLD MIS SUFFRAGE BILL OFFERED WHICH WOULD GIVE FRAN CHISE} ONLY TO WOMEN WITH CHILDREN. CAUSES CONSTERNATION IN SUFFRAGE LOBBY OLYMPIA, Jan. 23. —A bill will be introduced in the legislature next week providing that women who have one child may vote. The bill is already drawn and makes child-bearing the key to woman's suffrage bill which has no end of friends in the legisla ture. Mrs. De Voe, the head of the woman's suffrage lobby, when in formed of the proposed measure announced that she would present a substitute bill, making paternity a qualification for holding office. Oft hand she declared that her bill would require all members of the lower house to have at least two children, members of the senate, three, supreme judge six and gov ernor an even dozen. The author of the latest woman suffrage bill Is keeping under cov er, although his measure is in the hands of the bill clerk, yet he has car...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 January 1909

ONE CENT PER COPY I, 30 CENTS PER MONTH ~" £ - : DELIVERED AT YOUR HOME VOL. 6. NO. 20 NO VOTES I FOR OLD MIS SUFFRAGE BILL OFFERED - WHICH WOULD GIVE FRAN CHISE ONLY TO WOMEN " WITH CHILDREN. CAUSES CONSTERNATION IN SUFFRAGE LOBBY OLYMPIA, Jan. 23.A hill will be introduced In the legislature next week providing that women who have one child may vote. , The bill Is already drawn and makes child-bearing the key to woman's suffrage bill which has no end of friends In the legisla ture. • Mrs. De Voe, the head of the woman's suffrage lobby, when In formed of the proposed measure announced that she would present a substitute bill, making paternity a qualification for holding office. Off hand she declared that her bill would require all members of the lower house to have at least two children, members of the senate, three, supreme Judge six and gov ernor an even dozen. The author of the latest woman suffrage bill is keeping under cov er, although his measure is In the hands of the bill cl...

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