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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 February 1909

HUNTERS PROTEST I AGAINST CHANGES OLTMPIA, Jan. 81. —The plan to eliminate bird dogs and pump «uns from the hunting equipment f$ Stirring the hunters throughout the state, and the members of the are receiving big batches of letters every dny, pro testing against any 6iich chants. The tenor of the latter Is that there are but two words needed to express the game requirements, "limit" and "enforcement." The effort to do away with the pump gun will be resented by thousands of hunters, as well as the arms manufacturing concerns. The pump guns are cheap, for the reason that they burn up a profit SAfCrY ALARM SYSTEM MAY BE INSTALLED The city council will probably this week take up the matter of installing semaphore alarm boxes •long the prominent business •treets to prevent such accidents M caused the death of Fireman Noon an last week. Chief McAlevy recommended these boxes A year or more ago, tout the recommendation _was laid on the shelf. It will cost about |2,000 to fit up the city as ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 February 1909

N.P. MAY MAKE ! TACOMA A GIFT If the Northern Pacific railway will give the city the bluff the park board will make a continu ous park from the city hall to Old Town. The proposition was talked over with President Elliott and Thomas Cooper by President Bennett and Closed Season for Sijc 3* ears Is Proposed (Times Special Service.) OL.YMPIA, Feb. 1. — Three game laws were fired Into the leg islative hopper this morning; by Representative Palmer of King and the annual "gam© law war" Is on. Palmer's most startling meas ure would prohibit the shooting of partridges, grouse, Chinese pheasants, quail and jack snipes until September 1, 1915, thereby closing the season for these game birds for b!x years. A Becond bill prohibits the hunt ing of birds with dogs and the third would require all persons fishing in fresh waters of the state with a hook and line to take out an annual license of $1. SLOGAN CONTEST TO DE DEC DED AT BANUULT It will be up to the banqueters at the Lincoln day celebrati...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 February 1909

LITTLE HOPE FOR SUFFRAGISTS IN STATE SENATE | (Times Special Service.) ' OLVMPIA, Feb. I.—With their triumph in the house the woman ' suffragists appear to have reached their final victory, for despite the most untiring and valiant work OH the part of the equal suffrage lobby, the impression made on the members of the senate has not %««n sufficient to bring the re- Quired two-thirds vote. Today fresh suffragette cohorts arrived on the sceue. to assist if>- --^/'i-^.v-.a: - -t;;^ / J^*.-'^^*'^^^^ *W'"aTaaaW'aaaaafc '—1 "a» CANADIAN NORTHERN, s»l!|jWßg(^Jr.'*r^ ■■■■" >'],:'" "':»-"-te''^ ;^--^ -'-- ■ .'.-.^.-v--^ v^-*; /W-*■£■-»■ '^^^ WILL REACH COAST feiWltL ntlujll uUHOI fITSHING ROAD WEST TO VAN COUVER v AS i SPEKDIIiY - AS ... POSSIBLE—VICE PRESIDENT SiIAJUKS.UK-.-.v,':- ■;■ ■-. '.-■■ zm^^m^- —— ■ - - ■ -" (By United 'Press ■ Ijeased Wire.) f^rf SEATTLE, Feb. 1. —The Cana dian Northern railway is headed for Vancouver and will Jbe ■ there | much ' sooner than • many persons f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 February 1909

fONE CENT PER COPY 30 CENTS PER MONTH DELIVERED AT YOUR KOtfE VOL. 6. NO. 87 ANTI-TRACK GAMBLING BILL TAKEN FROM ITS GRAVES CREEPS 7 MILES IN STORM Crawls On Hands and Knees to Save Life- Legs and Feet Frozen (By United Press lieased Wire.) OMAHA, Neb., Feb. 2. —Gus Johnson of Roslyn, Wash., is in * critical condition at the county hospital here as result of a shock- Ing experience he had in the bliz «ard which swept over Nebraska Thursday. Johnson was picked up in the street at Valley last Sunday, with his hands, feet and legs frozen. He •et out from the little Nebraska town of Mercer late Thursday aft ernoon to walk to Omaha. The blizzard coon overtook him. He took refuge from the storm In a haystack. There he fell asleep and did not awake until Saturday morning. He discovered on awak ening that his hands, feet and legs were all frozen and that be could aot walk. He was seven miles from Val ley, the nearest town, and he set out on his hands and knees to make his way there. Inch by...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 February 1909

TOD A Y'S SPOR TING NEWS rH IS DOPED AS WINNER IN FISTIC ENCOUNTER TONIGHT [By United Press Leaned Wire.) LOB ANOKL.ES. Feb. 2.—There tittle more to be saia concerning Freddie Welsh and Jimmy Burns, who 3 meet | over 1 the >;; ten-round nurse at Maud Junction this even- M.^-® Both I boys say [ they : will Mudly ; make ■ the 1133' pound mark at 6 5 o'clock tonight which is the Mara: set for weighing : lnlt*W.j£&r* RAN A HUGE RACE COURSE IN MEXICO (By tfatatd Press Leased Wire.) SAN DIEGO, Cal., Feb. 2.— Architects today are preparing plans for a huge race course, grandstand, stable*, clubhouse and hotel, following the visit of north ern racing men to this city. It la rumored that the racing ■ten have taken an option of 300 acres near Tla Juana, and that the plans will be carried out if the California legislature puts the ban On racing and racetrack gambling at the present session. Every effort has been made to keep the leasing of the property a •scret. It Is known, however. Ch...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 February 1909

WHIID MAKE BANK STOCKHOLDERS PAY IN CASE OF FAILURE OLYMPIA, Feb. 2. —One of the changes proposed for the state banking law Is to make It prac tically Impossible for a stockhold er of a bank to escape his lia bility to the extent of twice the amount of his stock. A law to this effect Is now on the statute books, but the wise banker has had little trouble in evading it in the past. When ever he noticed the financial legs of his Institution beginning to show signs of weakness, he stealthily went out and assigned his stock over to some person with little property and small hopes of ever having any. Then if the bank failed, the banker would be clear, the holder of his stock having nothing but the stock gave that up for the creditors, and the banker escaped the "twice amount penalty." The scheme now is to amend this provision so that the owner of bank stock for a year previous to the failure of the bank is re sponsible for twice the amount of GARFIELD WANTS A MILLION TQ SPEND IN RUNNING ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 February 1909

MTHE IACOMAS TIME W|l|lll"llllll '. EVHBT KVKNING IaOOT .3 SUNDAY >.' BY V THB • m CAOOMA TIMES PUBLISHING COMPACT ,-: ; ' I' ;:?..' OFFICE— COMUBRCB BTRBBT BpitiiredTati the postofflee at Taooma. rub. as second-class matter. BtLKORAPHIO BBRVICI OF P NITED ■ PRESS ASSOCIATIONS. DHAIIFC Business Office ......... M ..MHtn 7*3, A 1733 rnilNlX Orcnlatlob Ospt. Main 788, A 1738 H MVl^-<J.EaitorUl Kept. ....... -.Mam 79*. »1T53 '"^^ ~~" ' ' Om cent • copy, seven cents a week by carrier or by malli •0 cents a moath by carrier or by mail; six month* by mail, 91.30; '. <— jr*cr by mail. 991.75. THUD TIMES U» ..'. '/ ,«aSS£3fo*v ONLY INDEPENDENT -■ \ ■ .' ' V VACOMA'S -', lC^^^^ is> NKWMI'APER. i~i'i Vo'tfAll/siniSCIUIMCRaTh« date when your subscription expires ■ .la' on th« addrec* label of each pap*-. -When that date arrives. If ;.*•«■ subscription has not again been paid In ad.ance, your name I" ,MM from the list. A change of data on the address label is a receipt. WHAT IS A JU...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 February 1909

MYSTERY HELD IN SACK Strange Shipment from Spokane Reaches the Woman's Suffrage Lobby. (Times Spfcial Service.) OLYMPIA, Feb. 2. —Carrying a Canvas sack which clinked and Jingled, upon which was printed In red letters "SII,OOO Gold," Mrs. La Relne Baker rejoined the woman suffrage lobby in Olympia today. On the- train from Spo kane passengers gazed at the mysterious sack: and whispered Ihisily. If Mrs. Baker was con scious of the attention which the clinking caused, she gave no evi dence of It, and was greatly amused at the exhibition of cur iosity. When Mrs. Baker return ed home last week. Mrs. May Ark ■wright Button, whose automobile bas been in constant use by the suffragists, sent a telegram which read as follows: "Mrs. Baker—Streets are mud dy here and we needs chains for automobile tires. Chains are in garage In box just beside the door as you enter. Fetch them when you come." Mrs. Baker did as requested, and the most available receptable for the chains was the coin sack ■whic...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 February 1909

HUMPHREYS POINTS 1 OUT STRENGTH OF JAPAN WASHINGTON CONGRESSMAN $M- INDICATES -y THAT <;,' LITTLE BROWN MEN HOLD ABSO LUTE CONTROL OF PACIFIC. '{By United Press • Leased Wire.) i^rNEW i YORK, Feb. 2.—The ab ?. solute control of the Pacific ocean by Japan was indicated today by Congressman ; W. E. ', Humphreys of; Washington In discussing a Speech delivered by him last night before a convention called to con ' sider plans for a larger and more efficient merchant marine. • '. JHK Humphreys j said j that while he did not believe there would be a war with Japan, he declared that It would be a simple matter for Japan to land 100.000 men In Ha SPAIN THINKS SHE HAS BEEN SNUBBED BY AMERICAN FLEET '(By ' United ! Press Leased Wire.) ||$#: MADRID, Feb. 2.—The failure got, any ship of the American fleet '>;to.visit a Spanish port while in ■j; the Mediterranean has caused an * ■ undercurrent of resentment which ,la plainly noticeable today. While || the officials think it would not be &am...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 February 1909

Matrimonal Gymast Is Wedded Again HKLFtf MAIiONKT RKCOMKS WIPE OK HERBERT 08 --iuhim; FOR si com> TIMB. SPRING LAKE, N. J., Feh. 2.— The marriage of Helen Maloney to Herbert Osborne, for the sec ond time, today marks the cul mination of one of the most tp markable matrimonial tangles in the history of America, having in volved the Justice courts of New York, the Vatican at Rome and fcavlng been marked by two elope GIVES SLOT MACHINE AWAY W. E. Ketcham, said to be a Seattle man, this morning remov ed eight large slot-machines from the office of Constable Fred Shaw at the city hall and carted them away to a train. The slot ma chines have been In the possession of the justice court for two years, and until this time no person has made claim on them. In order to get the machines out of the way Prosecuting Attorney McMur ray gave Ketcham the right to take them away. It Is understood that the ma chines, which were confiscated during the raids of two years ago, will be taken to Alaska. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 February 1909

(ILL SOLONS HAVE F DESIGNS ON THE CONSTITUTION OLYMIMA, Feb. J.—He Is a Wighty thoughtless legislator these 4*ys who has not some designs on the state constitution. Constitu tional revision is in the air, and the general tendency of all pro posed changes Is to take certain office* "out of politics" by hav lng them appointed Instead of elected. .■•■■. The revision tales that are poured into the ears of Senator Allen, chairman of the senate committee on constitutional revi sion would fill a large book. Some members are asking for the aboli tion of state offices, some want the four year limit, others see ■reat need for reducing the time it the legislature to 40 Instead of 60 days, and still others do not think that $6 a day, with mileage, la sufficient remuneration for the lawmakers. There is hardly a provision in 19-YEAR-BOY IN JAIL FOR ROBBERY I*AD f* WHO IS ; THOUGHT TO igS HAVE 1 HELD UP CHARLES PALMER is ARRESTED AND PUT IN DUNGEON. „ Believed, to be one of the three young men | w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 February 1909

ONE CENT PER COPY 30 CENTS PER MONTH DELIVERED AT YOUR HO "VIE VOIi. 6. NO. 88 SENATE PASSES TRACK MEASURE MINUS EMERGENCY CLAUSE HißHimm IS HIT HARD PETITION CHARGES HIM WITH CONSPIRACY TO DEFRAUD GOVERNMENT. (By United Press Leased Wire.) CLEVELAND, 0., Feb. 3.—A petition charging E. H. Harrlman end associates with conspiracy to defraud the government, was filed today in the government's suit to dlssolvVj tihe merger of the South ern and Union Pacific railroads. Many of the country's most prominent financiers, among them being James Stillman, Jacob SchlfT, H. H. Rogers, Henry Frick and William Clark, are made de fendants with Harriman and the Southern and Union Pacific, the Northern Pacific and Great North ern railroads. The petition charges that the Union Pacific acquired the South ern Pacific to stifle competition. It also is alleged tfhat Harriman, through his ownership of railroads and steamship lines between New Orleans, Portland and San Fran cisco, exercises control over for...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 February 1909

TOD A Y'S SPORTING 'NEWS iliiiiii PSS IN ROWING i STARTED AT ONERS TV ■ ' — • UNIVURSITY OF WASHING !«TON,; t Feb.* B.—-To; the university curriculum baa been added a class hi rowing tor which credit will be liven Vasiln "■ any < other 3 study of [**» university. Coach. Coanlbear It already organizing the classes and both the boys and co-eds will 'be enlisted. • .The university '.'. expects |to , de "Telop a racing '■ crew r out ;of the mim. WELSH TAKES 10-ROUKD6O FROM MEMSIC I {B*> United! Press Leased , Wire.) '.'■ LOS f ANGELES, Feb. • 3.—Fred Welsh, lightweight champion ■of ■nfland, had the better of George Mrnusic in a ten-round go here last night. Memsla rushed his antag onist ? around t the I ring but . could not land on the clever . English man. i Neither man was hurt any. INSIDE BASKET-BALL EXPERTLY EXPLAINED STRATEGY OF THE GAME. BACKWARD PASS. pw*j£& By ■ John J. Schommer, '■.-: Captain i Chicago i University Baa jtes«es§i|ket! Ball Team. ■' When planning a bask...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 February 1909

PAULHAMOUS INTRODUCES BANK BILL TO PROTECT DEPOSITORS (Times Special Service.) less than 2 per cent. 01/YMPIA, Feb. 3. —Senator The depositors will be insured P;iilliniums of Pierce county, has a s follows: Time deposits, bearlnp a bill which will provide for the n ot over 2 per cent interest, will Insurance and protection of fundsbe insured at 90 per cent of full deposited in state banks. The value; deposits bearing not over bill provides for the establish-3 per cent will be insured at 80 ment of a depositors' Insurance per cent of value; deposits bear fund, which shall be In charge 01 ing not-to exceed 4 per cent in " the state bank examiner. Theterest will be Insured at 70 per banks will be assessed one-half ofcent of value; deposits which bear one per cent on all deposits in no interest are insured for full July, 1909; one-fourth of one perv^lue. cent for the following year and When a bank becomes Insolvent one-eighth of one per cent afterthe state bank examiner becomes one mill...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 February 1909

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 February 1909

BIG IMPROVEMENT FOR NORTH END OF THE CITY IAOOMA AVENUE BRIDGE TO BE ABANDONED AND GULCH USED FOB PARK. The Tacoma avenue bridge above the tennis club grounds is to be abandoned and the street turned to the* sound and swung around In a circle, going as far west as the alley and then back again to the Tacoma avenue line. A fill will be made so there will be no bridge at all and all the gulch south of C street, compris ing a great body of nine acres of land, will be given to the city for a park. This Is the plan that will be up to the council for approval to night. It was adopted by the street committee yesterday over the opposition of Councilman Lynn, who even objected to ac cepting the nine acres of land be cause it would face on the street SENSATIONAL CHARGES MADE IN DIVORCE SUIT AGAINST RICH BREWER (By United Press lieased Wire.) ST. LOUIS, Feb. 3. —William J. Lemp, jr., president of the Lemp Brewing company, today entered complete denials to an amended petition for divorce filed ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 February 1909

r!AN SHOOTS AT CULPRIT WHO HAD WOUNDED HUSBAND <By TXnlted Press Leased Wire.) OAKLAND, Feb. 3.— Standing OTer the body of Detective St. Claire Hodgins, her husband, who was shot by a thug, Mrs. Hodgins tired a fusillade of shots at J. B. Clifton, who Hodglns was attempt ing to arrest. Clifton had passed through the Hodgins yard In an attempt to •lude the police. Clifton, who Is • two-term convict, was released from San Quentin penitentiary a week ago. He was not hit by the SHIPPER'S COMBINE IS BROKEN It was announced today that the combination of grain rates, en forced for many months by ship ping concerns, had been with drawn. This means that a grain dealer can make his own charter rates without fear of being fined by the shippers' combine. The withdrawal of the combina tion to enforce charter rates will mean a great deal to Puget Sound shippers who have heretofore been hampered by the edict of Eastern capitalists. TAFT TO SAIL SUNDAY CULBBRA, Panama, Feb. 3.— President-elect T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 February 1909

Cartoonist lOniio, ttNMtt '» - -<• mid Josh Wise ore at Olympia In the thick of the local option fight. They were there when Billy Sunday orriTed to aid in pu IIin« the water wagon out of the mud hole. Mr. Uciifro has picture d the arrival of the Sunday special and shows his friends, True and Wise, in the reception committee. SEATTLE WOMAN IN SUICIDE PACT SEATTLE, Feb. 3. —Despond- ent and tired of life, two women, one Mrs. William Gaudy, aged 33 years, and another, an old woman, whose name Mrs. Gaudy refuses to disclose, entered into a suicide pact which at 1 o'clock, they at tempted to carry out. The two women went to the East waterway where they had intended to end their misery. Mrs. WARRANTS OUT FOR EVERETT BANKERS (By United Press Leased Wire.) EVERETT, Wash., Feb. 3. — Warrants have been issued for the officers of the defunct Scandla bank of this city on a charge of accepting deposits when the bank was insolvent and the bail was fixed at $2,000. The bail bonds are now being...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 February 1909

ELECTROCUTION CASE TO BE TAKEN TO COURT ATTORNEYB PREPARING TO fU'K CITY FOR DAMAGES FOR DKATHH OF JOHN OHRBTROM AND ARTHUR CHARLBON— OORONBR DEEMS INQUEST UNNECESSARY—CITIZENS DB MAND INVESTIGATION. That immediate action for dam- I ages will be taken against the city 1 persons directly interested in the electrocution Monday morn (OK of John Oh retro in and Arthur Charlson, was evinced today when attorneys already retained by the plaintiffs appeared before Coro ner Q. D. Shaver and made quer iea regarding a possible inquest. The coroner stated later that in rlew of the fact that the circum stances surrounding the tragic deaths of the two men would probably be recited in the super ior court soon, he saw no reason why the county should bear the expense of an official investiga tion at the present time. Open to Suggestions. Nevertheless, Dr. Shaver made tt known that if a large enough number of interested persons ap pealed to him to order an Inquest, he would do so. For the same reason...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 4 February 1909

ONE CENT PER COPY 30 CENTS PER MONTH DELIVERED AT YOUR HOME VOL. 8. NO. 89 NORTHERN PACIFIC GRANTS LAND FOR HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM KLEIN IS DEFIANT IN COURT MYSTERIOUS SELF - STYLED MESSIAH IS ARRAIGNED ON CHARGE OF ASSAULT WITH INTENT TO COMMIT CRIME OF MURDER. Joshua Klein, accused of as eault with Intent to murder Dora Culbertson, was arraigned before Judge Easterday of the superior court this morning and entered a plea of not guilty. * • The mysterious man, "who Is alleged to be holding two Tacoma girls, Miss Dora Sauvageot and Miss Rose Karasek, In bondage in Europe, was cool and self-compos ed as he was led into the court room, and faced his accusers, Miss Culbertson, Mrs. Sauvageot, and the throng of curious people with defiance in his eye. After the arraignment Attorney George, representing Klein, ap pealed to the court to reduce the amount of ball from $2,500 to $1,600. The court, however, said that only when it was absolutely proved that Klein could not pro -1 duce the bond, ...

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