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

For Sale or Trade : f 3fip have several good 'city and ■ su 2knrban t> residences, small '•■.;' farms, Acreage S and • lots, ' for \ sale at low $ prices and easy terms; will consider I trade of city -property for farms san (arms: for city. > --.-:'.'• .■-•/-■. . .;, B^S#f SAM! F.I, 1.. MNV. *' ''-■;. i^gfes4 Parkland. Wash. v,.,' ■.' Best Boy In the Market' ■ i'j"^ f B,OO0 —1 lot, "* 16-room house and j full basement, containing 4 flats; v(rood Income property, walking dis tance; very close In on So. Yakl 'ittS-s Investors, look this up and call at 614 Provident after 1 or 4 •'clock p. m. •'■«:. ' Jtem&***'J.■;>■■■:. -?■•■■•■■-,■-■-.- ■:.'.:-■-:-■-■: r 10 Acres For $200 Near Dupont Station, on county g road. Improved •; farms adjoining, good / soil, easy terms. yVj-a***^*-**- *=*•*- ■■'■ - yi-".;J. A. WINTERMUTK * BRO. ; Berlin Bldg. Koomi 80(1-7 jgwaa^v-'V ■--' •'. |||| > For ? Acreage • Five and 10-acre tracts for sale at H Cross landing, Vashon island; par ticula...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 February 1909

} Lots at Bargain Prices f- $1,000 —For corner of 2 lots On No. Anderson. ' , $1,600 —For 2 lots on No. Traf- Tton, near 6th aye. $1,600 —Buys 4 lota on Sj. Thompson aye. i $1,200 —For 4 lots at Bismarck, near Sheridan school; old house and fruit trees. , $2,200 —For 2 lots, corner Si. Bth and Sprague; a fine business corner, as this will be a junction •when car line is built. $1,600 —For 2 lots on North Trafton near 6th aye. , $1,500 —For 1'/ 3 lots on South 'Sprague. $1,000 —For 3 lots on North SGth and Ferdinand. $800 —For 40 ft. lot on North 35tf> near Proctor. $850 —For a corner 50x65 on North 3 4 th. We have many more. Call and see us for anything in the real estate line. Loans, Insurance, ' Investments. C. H. KVKRETT * CO., 514 Merlin I'.ldu. $1200 CASH Balance time to suit, will buy a new six-rm house and lot, 37 Viz 142 feet, all modern; price $2,000. Walking distance. F. 11. CAMPBELL « CO., 311 California IHdg. Can't Beat These. 6-room house, 2 cor. lots, 2 blocks from ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 February 1909

r SPEND $40,000 IN NEW DOCKS WILL PROVIDE ADDED FACIL ITIES FOR SHIPPING ON TA OOMA WATERWAY. Forty thousand dollars will be expended at once In the erection of new docks north of the city «ock, under plans now being drawn by Architects Darmer ft Catting. The docks will be 600 feet long by 70 wide. PURE FOOD QUESTION TO BE PRESENTED BY WOMEN ON MONDAY The greatest flutter of skirts •ver known in the city hall is promised for next Monday fore- Boon when the club women of Ta eoma will appear before the health and hospital committee to urge the passage of the new or dinance for pure food and clean food in Tacoma. The club women's movement represents) 1,000 of the most cul tnred of Tacoma's women and LOCAL OPTION BILL IS STILL IN HOUSE (times Special Service.) OLYMPIA, Feb. 6. —The house v after much consideration and per ;': turbation still has the local option bill I under ; consideration. When I that body adjourned Friday after ' Boon it had completed the second reading of the bill, ...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY 30 CENTS PER MONTH DELIVERED AT YOUR HO "VIE VOI,. 6. NO. 42 HELD CAPTIVE IN VESSEL FOR SEVEN WEEKS CHICAGO FLYER WRECKED; TWO DEAD, 15 HURT TRAIN WRECKERS SUPPOSED TO HAVE BEEN RESPONSI BLE FOR SERIOUS ACCI DENT IN MISSISSIPPI. (By United Press leased Wire.) COLDWATER. Miss.. Feb. B.— Fireman Martin s<ni..n, of Mem phis, and an unidentified porter were killed, two men were fatally hart and fifteen persons badly In jured when the northbound Chi cago Flyer, on the Illinois Central railroad, ran into an open switch on the outskirts of the city today. The railroad officials suspect that the accident was the work of wreckers. The rails and switch show signs of having been tam pered with. The whole train was derailed. The locomotive was badly wreck ed and the baggage, mall and smoking cars were overturned. The engineer leaped and was un hurt. George Matthews, an express messenger, unstained fractures of both legs and there Is practically no hope of his recovery. An u...

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

TODAY'S SPORTING NEWS RIORDAN TAKES TIGH SCHOOL RUN Mllledge Rlordan efmfed up ■latters with Pritcbard Miller in the cross-country high school run Saturday, defeating; the latter by ■re feet In a rattling finish. This makes the boys tie for first honors in the series, as Miller won in the first race with Riordan second. Rlordan led the last quarter mile In the race Saturday. The time was two minutes slower than .that made by Miller in the first race. Other runners were in the fol lowing order: Maulsby, Terry, Thompson, Farrell, Beck, Robin son, Brad way, the last named be ing within 52 feet of the winner at the end. BURNS TO STAY IN AUSTRALIA '(By United Press Leaned Wire.) SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 8. — That Tommy Burns, the white heavyweight boxer recently de- Mated by Jack Johnson, Intends to remain lndeJinltely In Australia and enter business there is indi cated today by the fact that Eddie Brusso, Burns' brother, and Mrs. L. C. Keating, wife of Burns' brother-in-law, are preparing to...

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

PRESIDENT EXPRESSES HIS CONFIDENCE IN THE PEOPLE OF CALIFORNIA (By United Press leased Wire.) SACRAMENTO, Cal., Feb. 8. — Although Speaker Stanton of the assembly has received several tele grams and letters from President Roosevelt relating to the anti- Japanese legislation pending be fore the California legislature, he refused today to make any com munications public except a tele gram from the president referring to the desire of the government to preserve peace with Japan. The message to Stanton read: "Please accept the expression of profound obligation on behalf of the American people as a whole for the high and patriotic services you are rendering. I have unlira HUGE BOULDER CRASHES THROUGH TRAIN ROLLS DOWN BANK, SMASHES GREAT HOLE IN EXPRESS CAR— ONE PERSON IS INJURED. (By United Press Leased Wire.) BELLINGHAM, Feb. B.—Pas sengers on the southbound Great Northern passenger train, which left here at noon yesterday, are today congratulating themselves CARPENTER CUTS STAIRWAY FRO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 8 February 1909

THE lACOMAS TIME ttJBXikBHED KVKRY KVENING BXCKPT SUNDAY BT TBB TAOOMA TIMES PCBIJBHING ' COMPANY £H*i :^ OFFICE—76B COMMERCE STREET;* POSTOFFICE BOX 123 ' |pntT»di*t the postofflce it Tteom. V.'amh. a* »»cond-ela— mattf. I TMLKQRAPHIC i SKRVICII OF UNITED PRESS ASSOCIATIONS. DHAUFC Businea* omo» , „ ..Main 70S. AI7SB ll^lHllir^ Circulation Dept Main 788, A 1783 ■ ■■ Vila. IT .Editorial Dap*. .Malm 794. AA733 :'.-.'■■'■-' .•-■■• I*** ok siißsoßomoif. "■\r~T_ ™ .-. :■> ll|Ou'; cent .• ' copy, serea coat* m week by carrier or by malls :&•»! ceata • month by carrier or by mails «1* month* by mail, f IJM>| •— ycr by mall, 88.76. *■ ■ • '-..•■;. : -. -' - .-■ ■ ■.'.- ■ -■ • - - - THB TIMES to \t&23S£>^ ONLY INDEPENDENT TACOMA'B l v,, ./^sagssbr;: NEWSPAPER. fti?f*B '■■AH. iTßHßintM—Tta* 4 at* when your subscription expire* (I* oa tin address label of each pape:-. When that data Arrive*. If ,« four subscription ha* not again been paid in ad.anoe, your name la lafcsa from ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 8 February 1909

QUARREL OVER GIRL ENDS IN SHOOTING (By United Press Leased Wire.) BELLINGHAM, Feb. 8. —Bert Taylor, recently returned from Nome, is in jail here today, follow ing an attempt on the life of W. E. Wible in the lobby of the Bak er hotel yesterday. Taylor was crazed over the death of his sister, It is claimed, and he blames Wible in some manner for the girl's death. When Taylor encountered Wible in the hotel yesterday, he drew a revolver and fired five shote at him. None of the bullets took effect. Although a warrant charging Taylor with intent to commit mur der has been filed and the accused man Is held In the county jail, tt Is announced today that tho charge will not be pressed ond Taylor probably will be given tils liberty under a bond to keep Ihe peace. $150,000 FOR HOMELESS CHILDREN (By United Press t/eased Wire.) ROME, Feb. 8. —Official an nouncement was made today that a fund amounting to $150,000 had been put at the disposal of Queen Helena to be devoted to the care of children...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 8 February 1909

IRE OF JAPAN IS AROUSED BY ACTS OF CAUFORNIANS PBOriiK RECEIVE REPORTS FROM AMERICA WITH AN GER — ANXIOUSLY WATCH BULLETIN BOARDS—PAPERS FAN FiiAMB. (By United Press Leased Wire.) TOKYO. Feb. B.—The people of Japan have received with growing resentment and ager the reports of the action of California and Nevada, through their state legis latures, in seriously considering anti-Japanese legislation. The an ger of the populace was Increas ed by the passage of the school segregation act in the California assembly and Is being fanned to a flame by a number of the second Class newspapers. The AsahJ, Hochi and others of the leading newspapers of Japan •re doing their utmost to allay j the rasing tide of anger that Is sweeping Japan and striving to Counteract the resentment by maintaining that the action of Cal ifornia and Nevada does not indi cate the feeling of the majority of people throughout the United TELLS A STORY OF BEING SHANGHAIED (Continued From Page One.) euses of drugging him C...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 8 February 1909

WYNKOOP ON TRIAL A. Wynkoop, arrested three weeks ago on a charge of assault on J. J. Dunseath, Is being tried before Jus tice Graham at the court house this afternoon. Dunseath has fully re covered, although he was confined to a hospital for several days. The young man, who worked for Dun seuth as a ftlumher, has been out on bail since the time of the ulleged assault. SEATTLE WOMAN HEIR TO 818 ESTATE (ft.? United Press leased Wire.) SEATTLE, Feb. B.—After waiting many years for an inheritance that belonged to her. Mrs. H. Gienst of this city, has received word from a cousin in Wurzburg, Germany, that If she will return lie will divide up an estate worth $500,000 with her. Mrs. Gienst will leave next month to claim her own. The funeral of 'William McDonald Who died yesterday morning at his home, 2811 Carr st, will be held tomorrow afternoon at 1 o'clock from -M . U i 11: ■.. ■ i s chapel. Mrs. Anna Sossong, aged 50, wife of Casper Sossong, 611 South 27th, died last night. She leaves...

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

CALIFORNIA MENACED AGP -V t^'*%"\**Lt ■" f&" I I I__H Ifil * B *■■■r™ '-? ~j% ■•' ■- "* } RENEWAL OF U FLOOD . NOW FKARKD-r-SNOW 200 INCHES 11 DEEP*. IN 81ERRA-NEVADA i§ MOUNTAINS — RAILROADS :> CRIPPLED. (Br United Press Leased Wire.) $fes SACRAMENTO. Cal., Feb. 8. — Weather Observer Taylor stated today that there Is a possibility of renewal of danger to the lower : Sacramento > river ■•. islands from I flood JS waters. The, Sacramento river Is low but the main trouble •'is from the waters pouring Into |the h lower > river from the Yolo basin, which was again filled by ■"' the heavy storms In the north last |week.'.f.u..^ ■ ■ ■ Last night and today It whip ped against the levees with consid- I erable force as It emptied Into the '} river ? through Cache and Putah * creeks. :.-"'. Fes Ral n prevails throughout the yalley a with heavy snow In the mountains. Knights Landing is , experiencing considerable trouble through levee breaks from the I backwater which fills the ba...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 February 1909

It's "The Web" Top T A TOM A TlMpc - LAST EDITION ', A ROMANTIC NEW SERIAL STORY TO HE "lIBIS llSIt IT^V ' I rM^ \#lT M#m I Iff I I \ WEATHER FORECAST: Rain tonight and W«4» PRINTED IN THE TIMES SOON. - " J'^L ; - •*■ JL wHsV ; A -:Jk:^^^-X^<Ail; -Mk. A :: M±.-'. ...- A JLA * JLJUdf^w^fl nesday. Moderate somberly winds. ,-:.-,: .-.:?- 1.-^^*g VOL. «. NO. 4BT KAISER KISSES KING ED. Royal Smacking Bee In Berlin When England. Ruler Arrives: Papers Hint At Trouble Despite Show of Affection (Hy United Press Leased Wire.) BERLIN, Feb. 9.—The kaiser embraced the king of England and kissed him on both cheeks when the royal visitor arrived from Lon don with Queen Alexandra today. The king then kissed the hand of the German empress and the kaiser kissed the band of the Eng lish queen. The kaiser was dressed In an English uniform and the king was attired In a German uniform, in conformity with European court eiquette for such occasions. Notable Event. The entrance of Edward and Alexandra to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 February 1909

TOD A Y'S SPOR TING 'NEWS' BENDER DECLINES TO PLAY BALL THIS YEAR Johnny Bender thinks he can't «et married, run a real estate business and play ball all in the fame summer, so he will cut off the baseball. That la the way he put it up to Manager Huss Hall, Vho has him reserved for a catch er for the Tiger team. Bender thinks he may be able to play ball again next year but not vthis. He is too busy. He is not ■going to have his honeymoon Spoiled by being dragged around over the circuit while his bride .■languishes at home alone. Bo he wrote to Hall this week and told him it was all off for this year. Hall Is still keeping an eye open for the return of Danny Shea and be has Spencer, Joe Collins and Hughie Kellackey on the list. Of the bunch Spencer will get the call for most of the work, accord ing to present indications. HIGH SCHOOL PUTS PARKLAND OUT IvOF RUNNING It looks like a race now be tween the Y. M. C. A. and the High school for the baaket-ball pennant in the city league. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 February 1909

(MURDERED MAN FOR I MONEY AND TRIED I TO CREMATE BODY <n> Tanked Press Leased Win.) [ ASTORIA, Or., Feb. 9.—That tlu> murderer of Christ Konias, thf Greek cripple, stole $5 00 from [him and then tried to cut off his legs after death with the evident intention of cremating the body, were facts brought out at the cor oner's inquest Just held here. Konias was murdered Friday night at Clifton, near Astoria, by a companion whose name is known to the authorities. After killing Konias in a room of a lodging house, the murderer burned the bed clothes and his victim's clothes, but failed in his attempt to completely sever the legs from the trunk. No trace of the missing man has been found. Konias and his companion recent ly came here from Marysville, Cal. FIST FIGHTS ON LEGISLATIVE FLOOR (Times Special Service.) OLYMPIA, Feb. 9.—Two fist fights on the floor of the house took place as a result of the local option fight last evening between Representative McArthur of Spo kane and a Sp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 February 1909

THE 7ACOMAS TIME H PUBLISHED ' EVERY j EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY BX THB ' I^3^r£v^ TAOOMA TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY > : : . ' : OFFICE—76B COMMERCE STREET; POSTOFFICE BOX 123 laterod at th» poatofUcg at Tacoma, V'ash. *« second-class matter. TELEGRAPHIC . SERVICE ;OF UNITED PRKBB ASSOCIATIONS. DMAIIFC Bnainem Office Main 788, AI7W ©rlllllll X OtrcnUUoa Dept. ...Main 788, AI7BB ■ ■■VIH-O.Editorial Pept. , .Mate 704. A 1733 XKB.MS OK sr BSCRIFTION. ~ ■ •- ' ' Om» cent a copy, •even ceata a week by cantor or by malls v%~ • «aMa a moajth by cantor or by mall: six month, by mall, 91.BO; V MM year by mall. 98.70. THE TIMES •■"■■'-J- :^diggsSGzn.'° only INDEPENDENT ;^oo'::g; : TAco»iA'B „: ; , >a*SgggsP' - NEWSPAPER. „ <■"*■.■ TO MAILaiTBBCHIBSRI— data when your subscription expire* A fts on the address label of each pape-. When' that data Arrives, It. ** jrour subscription baa not again been paid In ad.ance, your name >la :> taken trow the list A change of da.U on the address la...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 February 1909

WOMAN TELLS SHOCKING STORY OF MALTREATMENT AT HANDS OF HUSBAND BAYS SHE WAS K*ICKED FROM HOME IN NIGHT CLOTHES AND FORCED TO GO TO KKSIKI M I; OF NEIGHBORS —W 11 • fc-lll: VI I:u PUT UNDER BONDS. A shocking tale of suffering and misery at the hands of a hard hearted husband was poured into the ears of Judge Arntson of the police court yesterday afternoon, when Mrs. Amos West and her eight-year-old daughter, Myrtle, appeared to testify against Amos West, husband and father. West was arested yesterday morning on a warrant charging him with wife-beating, and after hearing the evidence, the court BILLY SUNDAY'S DAUGHTER TO WED HEART OF PRETTY GIRL WON BY SPOKANE PASTOR AFTER SIX WEEKS' ROMANCE. (By United Press Leased Wipe.) SPOKANR, Feb. 9.—Following a whirlwind courtship of a few weeks, during which the young suitor emulated all the fire and eloquence of his prospective father-in-law, Rev. Georgfe T. Stevens, a Spokane minister, has won the heart of Miss Helen Sun day, the pretty 18-y...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 February 1909

»eshmen Ducked In Icy Mill Race [Br United Press Leased Wire.) SALEM, Ore., Feb. 9. —How It •els to be plunged into the icy raters of South Mill race here on i February day can be described {•detail by Carl Hinges, J. May Mid H. Kaleer, freshmen of the local High school, who had that inpleasant experience yesterday through being hazed by upper Blase men. After they had carried wood as A preliminary to the plunging, the frwhrnen were bound together TicKetf for *Big "Banquet | Are Going Fast It looks as though many people irho will wish to attend the big Lincoln day Booster banquet, in the new armory Friday night, win be shut out by failing to get their tickets In time. , The tickets are going fast. Business houses are taking them in wholesale lots for the entire office forces and the affair prom ises to be the biggest feature ever launched by the Boosters. "SHOOT POOL" new automatic tables. Donnelly Hotel Billiard Room. •*• Our new automatic pool tables have ar rived. PRINCE'S IsM+j^...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 February 1909

BROTHER OF ADMIRAL SAMPSON FOUND DEAD (By United Press Leased Wire.) LYONS, N. V., Feb. 9.—George A. Sampson, 64 years old, brother of the late Admiral Sampson and father of Harry Sampson, for the murder of whom his wife was in dicted yesterday, was found dead in bed at his home in Palmyra to day. Sampson was a witness before the grand jury in the case against his daughter-in-law. Coroner Jen nings, who yesterday committed the daughter-in-law to jail in de fault of bail, today held an in quest into Sampson's death. MARKET IN RUT lltv United I'r.-ss r.-MM-d Wire.) NEW YORK, Feb. 9.—After an entire session of dull trading, not one active railroad stock on the exchange showed a net change of one point from its opening figure. Speculation was even duller than on previous days, the ticker taking long and frequent naps between quotations. So pronounced was the reluctance to trade that t*e aggregate business for the session was the smallest in many weeks. Unless something happens to dislod...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 February 1909

i SCANDAL IN RANKS ! [ OF THE AMERICAN i; SALVATION ARMY Elted Press Leased Wire.) TLE, Feb. B.—The police re investigating the busl ithods of William Stacy, si officer of tbe "American n Army," as the result of tint filed yesterday by Jos eph Kennedy, former member of tbe corps, who resigned, he states, ■•cause of alleged questionable methods pursued by Stacy, who •faUms the title of "captain." Kennedy told the police that provisions donated to the "army" by business men, in the belief that BIG PIPE FOUNDRY TO BE ENLARGED ADDITION TO LOCAL PLANT TO BE CONSTRUCTED. This summer the Washington Hoe and Foundry company will double its capacity by building a ♦35,000 brick addition to its Ta «oma plant, which will give em ployment to twice as many men a« at present or about 150. CLASH IN THE SENATE MAY MEAN DEATH TO LINCOLN RESOLUTION (By United Press I>ased Wire.) WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 9. —111-feeling between Senator P. C. Knox, of Pennsylvania, and flienator Shelby M. Cullom, of II-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 February 1909

It's "The Web" Tup T A TOM A Tt M ■ LAST EDITION A ROMANTIC NEW SERIAL STORY TO BE 1 I* I ' l7^ ■ >!" VWI T1 f\ H ■J V ■ tl^fi^^^--'* WKATHRR FORECAST: Ruin tonight and Tu«* PRINTED IN THE TIMKS SOON. • ■**■ HM .—■- 4".% ■■V^'^ ? -^A M*. V 5*5 ML. A. 'V M. /■—4^-^ • , ; day. Brisk southwesterly winds. > . ; .-* Vol.. 6. NO. 44 JAP PftOtLEiVl BOBS UP IN THE STATE LEGISLATURE Impressive Ceremony MarKs the Format Election of Toft PRESENT SLAPPED AGAIN JElebuked by California Solons for the Stand Taken in Anti-Jap. Controversy (By United Press Leased Wire.) SACRAMENTO, Cal., Feb. 10. — Formal rebuke of President Roosevelt for criticising United States Senator George C. Per kins during the anti-Jap anese controversy between Washington and Sacra mento is contained in a preparatory set of resolu tions, introduced in the legislature today by Sena tor Marc, Anthony. Faith in Perkins. The resolutions express the legislature's "unbounded faith in the discretion, Intelligence and pa troti...

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