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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 February 1909

mX-CHAMVIO]* JA.S. J. JEF&RIES AS HE LOOKS ZSOT>AS "You can say job are »ever going to fight, as often as you ■lease," said Ralph Plncns, Jeff's theatrical manager, as the big fellow was posing for this picture in San Krani-isco, "bat about the first thing we'll hear from you after you land in New York, will be • telegram reading something like this: 'You can bet your last Area boy. I'm going to kill this fellow.' " "Haw! Haw! Haw!" bellowed Jeff. He was highly amused and evidently pleased at the sally. "HE'S GETTING READY TO FIGHT, SAYS JEFF'S PARTNER JACK KIPPKR OF I/OB AX GKLBS SAYS TWO AND TWO DON'T MAKB THREE. LOS ANGELES, Feb. 10.—That Jim Jeffries is preparing to go in to the ring to meet Jack Johnson tar the heavyweight championship Of the world, is the opinion of Jack Kipper, partner of big Jim in bis saloon bnsiness here, i According to Jeff's partner, the big fellow is simply trying him self out on the stage to get a true line on his condition. If he finds that he ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 February 1909

NORTH COAST ROAD HERE IN TWO YEARS DIVISION OOITNSRTi FOR NKW LINK I>FCIiARKB IT Will SOON REACH TACOMA. Henry J. Snively, of North Yakima, division counsel for the North Coast road, says that It will be In Tacoma iv leßs than two years. Mr. Snively was In the city to day. He says trains will be run ning from the East to North Yakima by next September. Men are In the mountains this winter taking observations on a.T} (the pasties and from their reports It will be decided which route to BRIDGE PROJECT UP THIS EVENING OOtTXOIT.. TO SUBMIT BONDING QUESTION TO THE PEOPLE. As announced by The Times last week, the council will probably to night take formal action looking to submitting to the voters the plan for building bridges in Taco ma. The voters will be asked at the coming election to decide whether to issue $350,000 in bonds for bridges and sewers. Of Women to Gaze On Hoofter "Banquet WIMj BE ADMITTED TO GAIr- LERY HUT WIMi NOT BE GIVEN OPPORTUNITY TO EN JOY FEAST. j Women may go ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 February 1909

THE lACOMAS TIME I rCBUSHBD EVERY - EVENING KXCXFT StlTOAf BT TBM f TAOOMA TIMES PUBLISHING COMPART ' ' , ] OFFICE—76B COMMERCE STREET; POSTOFFICE BOX 188 ]\jt Hatred at the postofflce at Tacorn*, V.'aah. as —cond-cla— matter | | lUJCGKAPHIC SERVICE OF UNITED PRESS ABBOCIATIONB. 3 DjMAiIFC Boataeas Office M M ..Main 788, AI7SS IfilTfllllirV Circulation Dopt. ......Main 788, A 1783 I ■ IIVIILU , WtorW d^. ..Main 794. A 1733 1?^ ■ " } Omm cent : a copy. seven cents ■ week by cantor or by mall) L^IO eeaU a month by carrier or by mall; six mouths by mall, Sl.SOj j — far by mall, 89.78. i ; THE I TIMES 1b ..tBBR^u. ONLY INDEPENDENT I I^MS TACOMA'S >/;,^ '"'CSaBSg^ j\i NKWBPAPBB. .-■■ ■ ■ ,■;■ I . TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS—Th« data when your subscription axplrat I M&J ** ' the ■ addraaa label iof each papa/. ' Whan that data arrives, If I MV «üb«orlptlon ha* not again been paid In ad.anoa, your name la j' t lakan from the Hut. A change of diitj on th* addr«»« label U a receipt. Kpilli; T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 February 1909

TO BAR SOLONS - WHO SIGN . PLEDGES (Time* Special Service.) OLYMPIA, Feb. 10. —Washing- ton's state senate yesterday went on record, 27 to 11, for a freak bill to disqualify any man elected to the legislature hereafter who signs any pledge before election to support any bill. Lawyers say the bill is unconstitutional and not worth the paper it is written on. Huxtable grew red in the face declaring members had been "buncoed" and "flim-flammed ' by the Antl-Salooh league, getting tnem to agree to support their bill before election by calling it a local option bill and then they brought In a drastic affair to be passed be yond what the members wanted to stand for. A rider was put on the bill to disqualify corporation lawyers al so. The whole thing is looked upon as a joke by outsiders, as the constitution provides that each house shall be sole judge of the qualifications of its own members. MURDERER IS BETRAYED (By United Press Leased Wire.) BUTTE, Mont., Feb. 10. —Mar- tin Liskouski, w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 February 1909

WANT MORE BRAINS IN LOW PROFESSION OLTMPIA, Feb. 10.—Practicing attorneyg ought to have as much book knowledge as the ordinary 17-year-old high school graduate according to a committee of the State Bar association, which Is here lobbying for a new bill. Of course, the committee Is contending its desires are solely to elevate the profession, but at the same time the bills they propose will have the effect, to an extent at least, of limiting the number of those who will live upon the working people of the state in the guise of counselers-at-law. The committee consists of Chairman J. M. Gebhard and John T. Condon, both of Seattle. They King Ed.Hobnob* With Commoner* Illi and Win* Friends !%> (By United Press Leased Wlr*.) P^f BERLIN, » Feb. 10.—King Ed ward set aside all precedent today by tattending a reception at the *s city hall as the guest of the mu sg nicipality. ot3i The '■. king hobnobbed with % tradesmen in a democratic man . ner such as was never seen before on the part of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 February 1909

MAY PUT DAMPER ON JAP QRESTION '(By rniti-il Press leased Wirp.) SACRAMENTO, Cal., Feb. 10.— The assembly opened Its anti-Jap anese debate this morning by re fusing to go inte executive ses sion at the request of Assembly man Robert L. Beardslee, who in timated that only in this way -would the members of the lower house have an opportunity to hear what state secrets Speaker Stanton had to Impart. Beardslee's motion was voted down by a hearty viva voce "no" and the house then commenced the discussion of a resolution in troduced by Stanton's close friend, Assemblyman Jacob P. Transue, who wanted the whole anti-Japan ese question wet blanketed at this time. The resolutions clearly define the attitude of California regard ing federal control of state legisla tion of school questions, but while emphatically laying down this principle, they take the concilia tory attitude of yielding a big point in order not to "disturb the relations between this government and a friendly power." CITY SWE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 February 1909

MAN IN ACT OF ROBBING PLUMBING SHOP ESCAPES BY A HAIR'S BREADTH A professional lock-picker, who lias been at work In Tacoma for less than a week, barely escaped arrest late last night while work ing on the lock of the Ed Dube plumbing shop, 1552 South D Street. The man, who Is believed to have burglarized three other business establishments this week, ! stationed a "pal" at the corner of Seventeenth and 1) streets, and commenced operations on the lock. Just as he had opened the door Patrolman Harvey Miller ap proached and the man on the cor ner hastened to the shop. Both of the culprits ran from the place, and sped down the ■treet, leaving the door open. The officer was fully a block behind them, and they disappeared in the darkness before he could get more than a partial description. Nothing was taken from the ■hop. Three similar Jobs have been done In the vicinity of Sev enteenth and D streets this week Police officers have run several clues In an effort to locate tbe criminal. MA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 February 1909

30 CENTS PER MONTH copy .-■ 11l I njVp^fßO^ IIfI IT, WKATHFR FOHKCIST: Friday fair. Fair and 30 VctNIS FtiK. m<U>IX 1 n . - HI I L D /"% m. Vm #IT^l/<^ I I/? I I^VZ-^ ■'*•■'" WKAXHEn POREOAST: /Friday \UAt:&VIr widl ■ DELIVERED AT YOUR HOiVIE ; <*• :*• •*• •■— . ■*• *■ Jk. V^ AT A A m. -M. JLX'T-JLJL^^*/# colder tonight. Moderate northerly wlnd^-^T!^g^ VOIj. «. NO. 45 STEALS T. R. & P. CAR; ■■I I ID GOLD I VANISH Aged Vashon Island Man Looks for Spouse Who Skipped With Baby and $3,206 (By United Press Leasrd Wire.) SEATTLE, Feb. 11.—Leroy Lander, 82 years of age, is today lamenting the loss of hia child wife, his eighteen-months-old ba by and incidentally 163 new $20- gold coins. Supported on crutches, in de fault of one leg, the old man yes terday hobbled intovthe prosecut ing attorney's office and enlisted the aid of the law to help him lo cate his missing wife and child. He asked the prosecutor to issue a warrant for the arrest of Bertha Franklin, his wife's s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 February 1909

TOD ATS SPOR TING "NEWS rAT MARATHON RUNNERS MAY BE BROUGHT TO COAS f*l United Prm Leased Wire.) S',t SEATTLE!, Feb. 11. —In case ol 1 the success of ■' the ; coming Wash i ington ' Marathon * race for ama £tears on February 22 In thin city, : tare* 1 wealthy Alaskans I will ? put f«» $10,000 to ; bring« Dorando, longboat, Hayes, Makmey and IfjfNterJt (Mow ji Marathon * runners to 8«»Ule for a race some time in 'May. * This statement was made today '.Obr Wallace J MoDougall, who s has MM the moving spirit In the com ■ tog! amateur contest. ' *-:y^*.~- ■■=>' y 1 LLIAROTfIURNEY FINALS SET FOR f TONIGHT 1 ►!",';■, The ; final tourney of . the Taco . ma; billiard enthusiasts will; be held, this , evening, when : Harry jPratt %$ and *L.i E. Corby ; play a series for 1,000 per side on the Stage of the Bavoy theater. The game will commence at 8:30. *»,Each man has won one of the previous games, and it is expected that tonight's series will be one of . the ti" closest '.. • and : t most ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 February 1909

ENGLAND ON TIL FOR HENIOUS GRIME WORLD COURT ON OPIUM TRAFFIC MAY CAUSE PIB MKM 111 KM I•: VI OF BRITAIN'S EASTERN EMPIRE. SHANGHAI. China. Feb. 11.— Before the representatives of the world powers of Occident and Orient, together with representa tives from the drug-cursed Isles of remote Ocenia, constituting the International Opium Commission, which is in session In this city, England, the mother of the atro cious opium traffic, Is standing trial, charged with one of the most heinous crimes ever perpe trated against humanity. England Renponsible. The responsibility for the intro duction of the drug to China and the extension of its vicious influ ence over the subject peoples of the East Is chargeable to England, --and determined members of the world court now in session have Indicated their intention of de manding expiation of the offense, though it threatens the dismem berment of Britain's Eastern em pire. Crisis at Hand. That the surrender of England to the demand for opium prohib...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 February 1909

PC 7ACOMAS TIME rVKUBHKD KVKRT ■VKJUIWa ICXCKPT MJNDAT BT THB VAOOMA TIMES PUBLISHING OOMPAHY ovfice—76B COMMERCE STREET; FOBTOFFICE BOX 123 Hatred at the poatofß— at^Tacoma. v:*nh, as oond-ola— matter TMUDORAPHIC : BBRVICB iOF TJ NITED PRMSB ABSOCIATIONa A'DHAIIFC BuIMM Office .« „ ..Main 788, 788 [N ■ Clrcßlatio* Dept. ............Mala 783, A 1783 "'^^ " :;^t^oiftV;«mt*» ccpy, tern cent* • week by canter or by maili •B Mats ■ asostth by cantor or by studl; six moatba by mall, fIJWi I •.< — your by mall. — .10. ' ' TBM TOm IB ifJjf^BfekL ONLY IBTIJEPEITDKNT . &j^^;f:'.iAOOiiA >a . ' "'SikaKJP' jnewsrAPßß. $'<%*O MAIL aVDIIRIBCIIt-Th. a»t« whan your «üb.criptlon azplfM ffjjgit aautba.adflraaa Übal of «ach pap*:-. When that data arrive*. If fmx aakacrlptlon b^a not asaln bean paid In ad.anoa. your name M i lltlwa Iran th. lilt* chanca of daU on the addreaa label I. a receipt. TACOMA CITIZENS SHOULD BLOCK THIS SCHEME TONIGHT Do the people of Tacoma want their civil servic...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 February 1909

STREET TANGLE TO BE ADJUSTED COUNCIL TAKES ACTION TO CHANGE THE NAMES OF SEVERAL STREETS. The tangles resulting from 1 street names are now to be straightened out. An ordinance providing for several changes was introduced In the council last night, and the whole street prob lem will be adjusted. In the past plats have been accepted in any old way and every fellow who made a plat named streets to suit himself without reference to the rest of the city. Now there is confusion In many sections. South Thirty-sixth will be changed to Harrison, East P will be called Portland, Broadway will be changed to Union, Harrison In JAP BILL IS DROPPED \LIFORNIA ACf'KDS TO THE WISHKS OF PRESIDENT AND KILLS MKABURK SKGREGAT ING JAPANESE BTUDKNTS IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS. (By United Press Leased Wire.) SACRAMENTO, Cal., Feb. 11. —Acceding to the wishes of Presi dent Roosevelt, the California as sembly late yetserday afternoon reconsidered the Japanese school segregation bill and killed it by a vote of 41 to 3...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 February 1909

SHIP AMERICA [IS WRECKED Into United Press lieased Wire.) I NHWCABTLE. Feb. 10.—The Mwunship America, nationality nknown, was wrecked today off • coast of this province. The Mengers and crew, numbering J44 In all, were saved. SfIBjjjJoOMrLAINH ABOUT CHILDREN bßjgli Mrs. Charles Dunber, 3205 SjSgS^flonth L, made a complaint to the SHlSprosecuting attorney this morning BgßjaßEthat'a number of children in the wßtt&B neighborhood have been mercll -1&&g«fk waly tormenting her children, and SttffjßW calling j them•"■ vile names. The BfjJSfll matter, will be turned over to the HBffli ■-*'•-' ■ ; Hwß| QUTHRIE, Okla., Feb. 11.— DS State Senator George O. Johnson, ffffCff of Fort Cobb, was killed and Sen- Bmß ator. J. P. Yeager, his roommate, made seriously ill today by gas Bfl^B 'which escaped 5» from : a heater in ■ their room at a local hotel. ■ IP?'l'"'' HOUSEKEEPING. ■ A good workman keeps .his I tools' in ' good repair. The same ■ principle ■ applies to housekeeping, I; and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 February 1909

9' Onion Sets. Tacoma Imp. & I Peed Co., 16th and Com, . ••• \ Smith &'Fife's audition, cheap ' est lota In town, MO cash, balance 1 monthly. Parsons & Smith, Call -1 fornia building. ••• • Now Is the Time ,| to Buy Acreage 64 Vi acres close to city at (65 an fecre. Some Improvements. Some timber. 10 ACRES , I Close In, 1% milo from city lim its. $250 cash, bal. $10 per month. Price $1,000. 4H ACRES $50 cash, bal. $10 per month. Price $500. 40 ACRES Near Buckley. . This is an old ?lace. About 15 acres cleared. Some rult. Splendid , Boil. Price $500. Terms. 160 ACRES Just north of the Nisqually res ervation. Some timber. Small lake. Some of the land 'has been cleared. Splendid soil. Price $1,600. 40 ACRES Near Lake Bay, % mile from the water. GOO, feet of timber. Splen , did soil. The land Is worth today $1,000, but will sell for $600. This must be sold for cash. 80 ACRES' ' Near Hlllhurst. Covered with pine. $1600. Will make terms. SO ACRES Soiith of Spanaway. 100,000 fe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 February 1909

BIOLE CITY TO AY TRIBUTE TO "HONEST ABE" The centennial' of the birth of ' Abraham Lincoln will ,be formally observed In Tacoma tomorrow by ; the Btate Historical I society, the \ Boosters', the ;• -^ members ' - of the ;Grand; Army of the Republic and ; their wires, and by the pupils of the grammar and high, schools. '. The Historical society's obßerv ance will take the form of a huge mass meeting to be held at 2:30 fln the afternoon in the parlors of the First i Christian > church. v: •^, The Boosters will memorize the ; birth of ; the • groat % emancipator ; with a banquet' tomorrow evening i NEW FERRY COMPANY IS INCORPORATED 1 The Denlson Ferry ft Transpor tation company, capital stock $500,000, Is a new corporation formed in Tacoma today to build And operate car ferries and rail ways. The company Is organized around a new car ferry Invention Of Dr. James R. Denlson, con structed with an adjustable deck ■o It can be operated at any tide Without pontoons or movable land ings. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 February 1909

£4»jggE c Thp Tacoma Timfs city edition in the limes Next Tuesday. \V»«h for the First ■ /^^ % U1 f I f^W ■ ff I A^W WKATHKR FORECAST: Rnln or snow toal Chapter. ■**• •* •*• •^■^^ A **" T -»■•* -^ -ML AA T A A^%*/ • and Saturday. Moderate easteny wind*. VOL. 0. NO. 46 "The Mightiest of the Mighty Men tOho Mastered the Mighty Days" —Roosevelt on Lincoln. KILLS GIRL TO SPITE MOTHER Because Woman Refus es to Elope With Him, Han Slays Little Child CBj United Press Leased Wire.) SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 12.— After failing to persuade the woman with whom he had become Infatuated to elope wffh him De mltrl Dreschenko, a Russian, In revenge, shot and instantly killed her ten-year-old daughter, Dor othy Malokonoff, on the street early today. The murder was committed In the sight of a score of persons who rushed toward the infuriated man and endeavored to stay the fusil lade of bullets he poured Into the prostrate child. Seeing that h!s victim was dead, Dresohenko turned his revolver upon himself ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 February 1909

§faS©NABftfrSF®KTS] pnUIAM TEAM I TROUNCED ;■•■: 1 AM IN ■ Boquiam Is getting bumped I Jpard :in . Ttcoma by the local bas ket-ball ,team.* : Last" nlglit Puget Bound I, university gave the > boys Erom '1 the i Grays Harbor country •■mother ', drubbing, although the ■Brarsity had but' one point to go Mm, the score being 19 to 18. The KTacoma. high school second team, Riowever, gave the Hoqulam lads ■Maine - revenge . by trouncing the B>uget Sound second team 33 to |Ifii.^Hoqniam plays the high "School this afternoon. pi MAY : I LEAVE HOME I TOJPCE w\ Tacoma Tiger* may get Into [flphape at Kichlaad, on the Colum- EHbte river, where the climate is Hwarmer than in this city. Man- ! Bftsar Sareeder Is looking Into the Sfmattor and he thinks possibly It i Kmight par to take the ball players pvdown'.to get the benefit of the f|fwanner ..'naather until they got t^'H Garden Seed, Garden Tools, I [Tree i-Pruners. Tacoma Imp. & HBeed Co.. 15th and Commerce. **• • The Best Corduroy T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 February 1909

Service of Brave Officer Recognized MAN WHO PACED LOADED REVOLVERS TO CAPTURE HOLDUPS GETS CHECK. In recognition of his courage ous service In capturing William Brown,'alias West, and George Baron, confessed holdup men, Pa trolman Swan Nelson was yester day presented Kith a check for $25 by Manager W. S. Dimmock, of the Tacoma Railway & Power company. The two men, who are now serving 29-year sentences in the Btate penitentiary, admitted hold- Ing up a street car at the end of the.P street line last November. They were captured by Officer Nelson a few nights later In a downtown saloon, after a flght in which the policeman faced two loaded revolver in the hands of the desperate holdups. Nelson was taken completely by surprise when the check was banded to him. TUFT DESIRES NO CHANCE IN CANAL PLANS (By United Ptosr leased Wire.) NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 12.— President-elect Taft Is for the dock system Panama canal. He stated today that he favored the present plans for the canal and that th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 February 1909

j^fc^^—^^— i ii — ■» ■ ■ —■^i^^> i MUSHED EVERY EVENING ItXCKPT SUNDAY BY THE TAOOMA TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY / - :'":';''; ; OFFICE—7OB COMMERCE STREET} TOSTOFFICB BOX 123 jnterod at the poatofflce at Taooma, TYaih. — —cond-da— mattr. 'KLEQRAPHIC SERVICE OF UNITED PRESS ASSOCIATIONS. )HA MFC Bnirinees Office .. , M , „M«ta 788, AITSB 'flliniFZS Circulation Dept. ....Halo 7SS, A 1783 ■>vlll-.Editorial Dent. ;.^.,...V. „ .Main 704. A 1733 TKKM* OK BI'BSCKIPTIOK. '- One cent m copy, seven cent* • week by carrier or by mall; 10 cent* a month ■ by carrier or by mail; six month* by mail, $1.00; m» year by mall, 92.78. ■ ' - .-.■ /;■-.,•;:■•■■?, ...;-^.--.. v THE TIMES 'IS ■ ,<aSBSSton. -, ONLY INDEPENDENT .. ■ ' TAtOMA'H ' ' a*SsgPg?9» NEWSPAPER. . TO mail aVBaCRIHJCRa—The data when your subscription expire* I■ on the > address label of ■ each pap*.-. - When ■ that date ■ arrives. If our subscription baa not again baan paid (a ad ance, your name la akan from the Hat. A change...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 February 1909

BIG BANQUET THIS EVENING DEMAND FOR TICKETS mO UOOSTKR AKKAIK HO CJKKAT THAT PREMIUMS ARK PLAC ED ON THEM. The demand for tickets to the Booster banquet tonight Is so gTeat that speculators are trying to make a profit on them. Yes terday one speculator offered $20 for 15 tickets. They originally sold for BO cents each. Several ■who were slow in getting supplied have been around offering a dollar each for tickets. And it looks as if the event would be worth the price. The banquet will start at 6:30 sharp. The feast will include olives, pickles, celery, kippered tyee and mon, opera lunch hali but, boiled ham, ox tongue, potato salad, Boston baked beans, apple pie, parfalt sugar wafers, lady fingers, ice cream, bananas, ap ples, oranges, cheese, nuts, coffee and a cigar for the smokers. After this is eliminated from the table then the feats of orators will start. The list of spellbind ers includes the following: C. A. Snowden, "The State of Washington." Will H. Thompson, "Abraham Linco...

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