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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 January 1909

JUNEAUMANIS KILLED; SLAYER PLACED IN JAIL BKPTATi MXJIV 'YMWMITTED DT MININU . iI>—WOMAN BS HEIJ> AS ACCKSSOKY. (By United Press Leased Wire.) JUNEAU, Jan. 28.—What to all appearances Is one of the most brutal murders in the history or th»: town was committed last [onday evening, when F. K. F. Yon Dahmer, a single man about S3 years of age, was clubbed and shot to death. The scene of the crime was a three-roomed cottage occupied by Yon Dahmer and his partner. Nels TRAIN ROLLS DOWN EMBANKMENT I SEVENTEEN INJURED WHEN f ffl art. LOUIS EXPRESS HITS -, |§ BROKEN RAIL. I (By ; United Press Leased Wire.) j i-x. CQSHOCTON, Ohio, Jan. 26.— I Seventeen passengers were injured I today when a St. Louis express I train, eastbound, struck a broken I rail at Adams | mills, nine miles west of here, and rolled down an embankment. ~ - • :'i •- The special car of General Man ! ager »■ McKeen of the Vandalla | branch of the Pennsylvania ■ rail < road was attached to the train. fM It rolled a ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 January 1909

HOTFIGHT IN SENATE OVER THE ROOT GORDON SCANDAL (Times Special Service.) OLYMPIA, Jan. 2 6.—The morn ing Hussion of the senate was the scene of two of the hottest dis putes ever witeensed In a similar gathering In this state. The trouble started when Sen ator Alex Poison of Chehalis in troduced a concurrent resolution that the senate appoint a com mittee of five to act with a similar committee fro mhe house to inves tigate the supreme court judges, all other state officers and all members of the legislature toucn- Ing on their integrity. This was the outcome of the Root-Gordon investigation. This resolution aws fought bitterly on the floor of the senate and at times every member of the upper house was on his feet at the same time. 450 MEN EXAMINED IN CALHOUN CASE SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 26.— The trial of Patrick Calhoun. on a charge of bribery continued today with the examination of venire men. Five temporary jurors have been secured. Seventy-five names have been drawn In the new venire...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 January 1909

LOCAL OPTION BILL ! IN NO DANGER (Times Special Service.) OLYMPIA, Jan. 26. —While the Antt-Saloou league met defeat on the floor of the 1 juse, when the tiouee referred the league's bill to the committee on Judiciary, the cause of local option was by no means lost. The action simply means that( the I- Saloon ••cue's bill will be amended, and in ali likelihood amended in a nancer that will not make the bill lest effective on the whole. There are fifteen members on the house judiciary committee, wid according to the vote taken on th# Question of reference to the committee, the members stand 8 to 7 in favor of amendments to the bill. The committee Is by no means • hostile one, but on the contrary is in favor of local op tion. Seven members are In favor of the bill «s drawn t>y the Anti- Baloon league and there are at least two members who will see to it that the committee send out no toill In the interest of saloons. Those who favor the bill as It low stands are: Buchanan, chair ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 January 1909

'one cent per copy 30 CENTS PER MONTH DELIVERED AT YOUR HOME VOL. O. NO. 83 TACOMA SOCIETY GIRL HELD PRISONER IN THE ALPS TIDELUD DISPUTE op BILL TO SETTLE SUIT WILL BE PASSED BY CONGRESS WITHOUT OPPOSITION. BEDFORD HAY QET $30,000 OUT OF IT (By United Press Leased Wire.) WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 27. —The dispute over the title of the Tacoma tldelands, which have been claimed by the Puyallup In dians and l he suite for which have clouded their title and stopped extensive improvements planned on the Tacoma waterfront, will be settled out of court. Bill Recommended. Th*e house committee on Indian affairs has recommended favorably a bill by Representative Cushman of Washington providing for the settlement and the secretary of the interior and the officials of the Indian office have given their sanction to the agreement. The bill, which lias been re ferred to the committee of the whole house, will meet with no op position. It provides not only that the dispute Involved in court at the pre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 January 1909

TODAY'S SPORTING NEWS TACOMAN TO MEET CHAMPION OF OREGON ON THE MAT VANCOUVER TAKES VICTORY AT g SEATTLE •fCBf United Press Leased Wire.)' ?^ SEATTLE, Jan. 27.—Before the . largest ! crowd ' of the season at the IT." | M. C. 'A. gymnasium the fast Vancouver T. M. C. A. basketball ; trr« < last '•' evening ; administered a decisive defeat to the local associa tion quintet.". i'^'i-^lfißi *■ / This -la the „ first emphatic vic tory sained by either team in their games for the last two seasons. 'mil The Canadians started the scor ing .' after three ' minutes of play •ad aided Iby the accurate I ahoot taf of Tuck, who . threw six goals la < this :.: half, v took i an V early ; lead which -, the - Seattle I boys ( were un ! able *to ; overcome. The score at the end of this period stood: Van couver 20, Seattle^. c-" --mft&M^' '■'"■'■"■ '"'"" '■■ : HARRY LUMLEY NOW A MANAGER HARRY LUMLET. Hard bitting Brooklyn player who has been appointed manager of the Brooklyn team of the Na t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 January 1909

BONANZA STRUCK IN FAIRBANKS CAMP SOURCE OF PLACER GOLD OK FAR-FAMED DISTRICT 18 FOUND — BANKER TELLS ABOUT IMMENSELY RICH LEDGE. (By Unitod Press Leased Wire.) SEATTLE, Jan. 27. — "The source of the placer gold which has made the Fairbanks mining district the greatest placer field in the world has been located. There can be no question about it, and while I wish to be conser vative and not give way too freely to what I feel like Baying is the beginning of an epoch making in the Tanana, I can tell what actu ally came under my own vision," Bald W. H. Parsons, manager of BRITISH LABOR PARTY ASKS RADICAL CHANGES (By United Press Leased Wire.) PORTSMOUTH, Eng., Jan. 27. —The British labor party, a poli tical organization of frankly so cialistic alms and rapidly growing power, began its ninth annual con ference here today with the larg est attendance In its history. : Included in the legislation for which the party will declare will toe laws compelling the govern ' ment to find work or ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 January 1909

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 January 1909

MARTIAL SCANDAL STIRS NOBILITY (Ny United Press 1.. :.■,<■.l Wire.) LONDON. Jan. 27.—A scandal without precedent in the unnals of Japanese society is stirring official and social circles of Nippon today over the withdrawal of the mi kado's potent of nobility from Count Tozo and the resignation of various officials who are accused of countenancing the count's pros pective marriage to Princess Take, although the count had already married a Hungarian woman of gentle birth. The story as printed in a Tokyo newspaper, Is that Count To-/,0, "WIFE BEATiR" BILL TO BE INTROOUCED (Times Special Service.) OLYMPIA, Jan. 27. —As soon! as the public morals turmoil dies] down in the legislature a bill will be Introduced providing that hus bands who beat their wives shall be subjected to the same sort of .punishment. While the details of the law have not been entirely agreed up on by the people here working In its interest, It is understood that the law In Oregon will be follow ed closely. The pe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 January 1909

PUSE FAIR TO LABOR; SENATE DOUBTFUL OLTMPIA, Jan. 27.—While the cause of labor has nothing to ccm ■Jaln of In the make up of the lower house, a glance at the upp<?r body is enough, to cause shivers to ran up and down the backs of 'lie entire American Federation of La bor. Within any reasonable bounds the house is pro-labor by a wide majority, and the labor outlook hi that body is bright to an in- Gandescent degree, but up aloft In the senatorial roosts their Is dark ness. The stand of the house was clearly Indicated when the won •n's eight-hour law was acted upon. Palmer of King county led the fight against it and was snow-1 crt under each time. Palmer un der the thin gausey excuse of helping the bill essayed to amend It to death, but his work lacked anything like finesse. It was as open, obvious, as if he had an nounced his innermost intentions from the start. Crossing the corridor of the Ctate capitol to take a look at the senate committee on labor the beat labor can do is to c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 January 1909

TWO DIE IN A DRUNKEN BRAWL RANCHERS SI,Al\ AND WOMAN AND TWO CHIIJ)RKN FATAL LY SHOT— IN PUR j ? SUIT OF ASSAILANTS. (By United Press Leased Wire.) TBRRON, if ex., Jan. 2 7.—Fol lowing what is said to have been a drunken quarrel between two Mexican cattlemen, two ranchers are dead, a woman and two chil dren are fatally shot .and a posse today is beaded for the mountains In pursuit of their assailants. ' The shooting started between Juan Garaba and Hiliarao Arrieta at the Terreclllas ranch. Gamba •wounded Arrieta and Gamba's brother then fataly shot a man named Hernandez, who attempted to stop the shooting. - Hernandez' brother then drew a revolver, B"hiot and killed both Gamba and Arrieta. -During the shooting, In which Gamba'a broth er took part, a woman and two children were »hot. ■. . . . REED AFTER a secondjerm Alexander Reed of the Second •ward is the first of tihie present councilmen to file his declaration of candidacy for the coming prim aries March 10. Several other co^Qlim...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 January 1909

rOWER GRAB BLOCKED Action Taken to Prevent Trust From Grabbing Lands in This State. (By United Press Leased Wire.) WASHINGTON, D. C. Jan. 27. •—The fight for the power sites mot yet in the possession of cor porate interests and on the public domain In the West, has been car ried to Washington and is becom ing more and more acute. The veto measure of President Roosevelt to congress on the James river dam bill was but tbe first gun in a war that will be carried on through the next ad ministration and is bound to be come the first issue before the country, according to those inter ested in the conservative move ment. Garneld Takes Action. Secretary Oarfield recently sent • letter to congress asking that he be authorized l>y congress to with draw lands adjacent to streams In (he Colvllle Indian reservation, in tbe state of Washington, for pow er site purposes. A bill in lieu with the request was introduced In the senate but was reported unfavorably by the senate com mittee on Indian ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 January 1909

ONE CENT PER COPY 30 CENTS PER MONTH DELIVERED AT YOUR HO ."VIE VOIi. 6. NO. 88 CUBA ONCE AGAIN BECOMES FREE NATION ARREST IN COOPER CASE Murder Trial Takes Sen sational Turn When Juror Is Jailed for Perjury. NASHVILLE, Term., Jan. 28. — Judge K. Leigh, who was passed and subsequently challenged for drunkenness by the prosecution during the trial of Colonel Duncan Cooper, Robin Cooper and John D. Sharpe, charged with the mur der of Senator E. W. Carmack, was disqualified from jury duty by Judge Hart today. The court refused to hold Leigh on an allegation of perjury made by attorneys for bhe state. He declined to pass on the charge made by them that Leigh was drunk when chosen for Jury ser vice, holding that Leigh had an opinion on the case whldh of itself wan sufficient to disqualify him. Attorney General McCarb, not satisfied with the ruling of the court, had Leigh arrested and bis case was brought before the grand Jury, which was In session during Che day. Leigh was released on bo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 January 1909

ffiKW«rf^fcsv.««(i&'**S^!aß*?':I!>'.Vi» 'Al'fe «, ...■^.■"■-"i. -L-i-. :.)i.^-.L.,.n.,.u -•.■"".''■' v.- . i .-'*l!^^^^ '^^' .^^^^^^ , " » .'■ TACOMA WINS FROM CANUCKS BY ONE POINT , The whistle of the 'timekeeper (probably saved \ Tacoma from de feat at the hands of the Vancouver Mketball team in a whirlwind finish last night; at > the Y. M. >C. .A., when the | Canucks S crept ■ up from ? a score of ;17 to 8 against fßMtn to 23 to M^ra!^i^''-\ ■-'■ ■:• $|* In 'i the | early part *• of ; the I game Rancouver - could 1 not 1 get 1 started, SfpWring I to | the -: posts % In i the " gym uslutn, bat! later her players , got belr , L v .scoring & machine iln .■' action And» then 5 they ! made " the " Tacoma gwar* i play Jas : they -. never played Before. The Canucks were coming «p fast ', when % the - whistle \ ended the game. ." HEW RULE IN I HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETICS *V V According to a resolution adopt ed jby the > school ; board yesterday, |he ' general manager of ath...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 January 1909

Fifty-Four To *Be Graduated Tonight From High Schoo ATTRACTIVE PROGRAM PRE PARED FOR THE MID-WIN TER EXERCISES. The mid-winter graduation ex ercises of the Tacotna high school will take place this evening in the stlhiool auditorium. Fifty-four ■will receive diplomas. The exer cises will be Jointly conducted by the representatives of the class and the three vocal organizations of the school. David Johnston and Carl Getz will take part in the exercises by reason of their high honors for ■tudlous ability, and Miss Grace Barnes and Miss Alvina Miller 'will be itoeard as the chosen speak ers of the class. This evening's program follows: Invocation. Rev. Murdoch McLeod "Fairyland Waltz. Veazie llipli School Chorus. "The Bell of Atri". ..Longfellow Alvina H. Miller. "The Rivals" Dunbar Carl H. Getz. "One, Two, Three, Four" A. LaMeda Boya' Glee Club. "Inaugural Address".. Roosevelt David H. Johnson. "As You Like It," act 1, scene 111 Shakespeare Grace Barnes. "Snow Flakes" .Cowen Girls' Gle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 January 1909

WrTHE TACOMA TIMES iULASHKU : KVKBT EVENING! KJLCBPT SUNDAY BY :. thb , TAOOMA TIMES PUBLISHING ! COMPANY. *$Hf.'' • §!^^?Mk%t OITICB—7BB OOMMERCM ;STREET _'- ■^£-\y>;;v j.' ntercd at the postofflce at Tacoma. Trash. as —cond-clats matter I TiiLEGUAI'HIC . SERVICE OY UNITED PREBB ABBOCIATIONB. I DM fill FC '******— Office ....... M ..Main 788, AI7SB llliror^N Circulation. Dope. .....Malo 788, A.1733 | ■ ■■Vll'-^/.KditorUlDept. ........... ...Main 704. A 1733 I :-|lil§^^ I'KHHH OK HIUSCKIPTION. :.•,. \~ ; On* ceat • copy, . •even cents a week by carrier or by mall; f?*PP mmU a month by carrier or by mail; six months by mail, 81.00; ; mm year by ■vOl. 8M.75. THB TIMKH IB .flgpflSbL. ONLY INI>KPKNI>KN t * jaigss TACOMA'B *-: rT^SSglg? 10 newspaper. *•» ■— .—— sfiS.** IMali.' WDBSCHIBIEIIS—The d ate when: your subscription expire* • ML!*! 1-5 the address label of each papa-. When that date arrive*. If * subscription ha* not again been paid In ad aace, your name la talwa from th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 January 1909

PACIFIC CO AST I MAY GET TRADE OF CANAL ZONE fIOVERNMKNT CONSIDERING ADVISABILITY OV All UNO MERCHANTS — STEAMSHIP LINE PROPOSED. WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 28. ■ Relief for the merchants of the Pacific coast is being considered by the government after many ap peals have been made to the offi cials as the result of the insuffi cient service between coast points and Panama. An extended conference was held yesterday by Secretary of War Wright; General Edwards and Capt. Boggs of the canal com mission; R. R. Rogers, attorney for the Panama Railroad com pany; William R. Wheeler, assist ant secretary of commerce and labor; Vice President Drake of Panama, with H. S. Bates and William N. Bunker, of San Fran uisco. The San Francisco men outlined the plan of the merchants' asso ciation for a steamship line. The merchants allege in their petition that since the beginning of govern ment control »f the Panama rail road line and the breaking of the contract between the railroad and Harrlman's Pacific...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 January 1909

DIFFICULT TO 6ET RICH SAYS JOHN D. Billionaire in Latest Article Tells feg How i Hard It Was for Him to s£i "Get" — Thanks V* Father it for " ;'■ Much—GlaU of Modest Begin- Issfe-—.-.■:.--; NEW YORK, Jan. 28,-r-John ■i D. Rockefeller |Is ! out 1 today ■. with ?*■ statement that it is hard to get rich. His I latest 5- article Is enti ; tled "The Difficult . Art of ■ Get ting," and appears in the World's Work magazine for February. John D. tells ! how he , began business in his home. He prom ■ tees to tell later of his "Early Ex- J periences in the Oil Business." The | first thing' Mr. Rockefeller • does Is to set at rights his father. Win. Avery Rockefeller, who .has been pictured by Ida Tarbell as no better than a , close-dealing, no . madic horse trader. . % "To jmy father," says John D., "I 1 owe ■ a great I debt in that ■ he ■ftlmself ■: trained * me in practical ways. ■ He ; was engaged in differ ent i enterprises; he used .to tell me t all ?. about :: these things, - ex plainin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 January 1909

HANSEN BILL MAY BE SMOTHERED (Tlin«i Special Service.) ' OLYMPIA, Jan. 28.—The Han- Mon anti-racetrack gambling bill, which was unanimously passed in the house yesterday, met its first check in the senate this morning when tine progressive members lost their fight to have it referred to the public morals committee. Senator Graves of Spokane, In repeated and reiterated defiance to the pulpit and press, led the fight to have the bill sent to the judiciary committee. His argu ment was that the matter contain ed In the Hanson bill was covered entirely and better in the code about to be presented by the pros mm MAN JAELEO ON ABDUCTION CHARGE GETS A MARRIAGE LICENSE BUT IS JAILED 111 I <>i: I: THE CEIIEMONY— IS SENT HOME TO PARENTS. . (By United Press Leased .Wire.) VANCOUVER, Wash., Jan. 28. — D. Parker, aged 27 years, was arrested here yesterday for the abduction of Alice Weise, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August Weise, hotelkeepera In St. Johns, Ore. Mark Bartlett, who took oath at ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 January 1909

iBESEMBLANGE TO lESEMBLANGE TO TH EF GETS HIM lIJIU^ Officer Brady . Uhte • morning ob fflaerrod; a. little -; man ; acting bus i#f piciously on Pacific avenue, and, £f detecting the resemblance between §1 the S man and 'a• burglar . named ii Powell, now In confinement, ar rested him. The I suspect, who fe Care his name as Oecar Roef at (be central station, had more than g§*l dozen - cleverly y made : skeleton jaf keys on hi» person. "■■■.'■■'. ;',-' IllSUThe keys, it is claimed, will jjfej; open practically any lock made. The man denies that (he Is any re !S£h latjon; to ■• Powell, but 1 the ; police S" doubt his story, and will make a ■*j "thorough investigation of his case before allowing him ■ bis liberty. AMATEUR ACTORS 4»'JsJ>t«w<m»w.'»».jt;*.*>».l,-f-. „,"...."1 '-■-- ». „,s PLEASE LARGE p-' 'AUDIENCE ■'. One of the best amateur theatri cal performances ever given in Ta §& com« 5 was I presented at | St. ■ Pat ftf rick' church last night by a com 't'-J~. pany 'of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 January 1909

ONE CENT PER COPY 30 CENTS PER MONTH DELIVERED AT YOUR MCT/IB VOIi. 6. NO. 84 TERRIFIC BLIZZARD SWEEPS MIDDLE WEST SUFFRAGE BLLIS PASSED By Vote of 70 to 18, House Decides to Submit Suf frage Question to Voters. (Times Special Service.) OL.YMPIA, Jan. 29. — After spending JIOO worth of time in arguing on a proposition, to save $6 on a printing Wll, the house tints morning tackled the woman's suffrage bill and passed it by a vote of 70 to 18. This vote was arrived at when it was decided that the question Bhould he submitted to the people in the next general election. Representative Palmer of King led the fight against the bill, as serting that it Is a trivial matter entailing needless expense to the state Representative Bradsberry of Skaglt county, trimmed Pal mer's speech, declaring that the corporations were afraid of the women's vote and that ac Palmer is a corporation lawyer it was to be expected that he would oppose the measure. Several fervid "God bless you" speeches for the la...

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