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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 February 1909

Pm CAR IS HELD - ; ' L ; t *ff IjljnivMrlllOiritLll/ • I TO SUPERIOR COURT lames M. Tankisley, the young grocery clerk who stole a repair car from the Tacoma Railway ft _ Power company barns late Wed nesday night, and was captured After a mad dash toward Puyallup, entered a pela of guilty whe n ar raigned before Judge Arntson or the police court yesterday after BABY BOY, WRAPPED NEWSPAPER, LEFT ON DOORSTEP (By United Press Leased Wire.) SANTA BARBARA, Cal., Feb. 12. —Plans weer laid today by Mrs. Edward F. Stevens, wife of a prominent contractor here, to adopt a baby boy who was left wrapped up in a newspaper on the porch of the Stevens homo alst night. Pinned to the baby's garments wa sthls note of in structions: "Receive this little one, born January 21, 1909, of good legiti mate parentage. Father dead. "Do not feed baby oftener than j once every two hours, if awak-?. f He takes cow's milk, and, If It is rich, dilute it with one-third wat •r. Fill bottle half full at eacn feeding....

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 February 1909

!r <■.•■;■■ Ofc-* >„,-.,, -'. -■•■'•'■ »,-.*■* „ , ... i KLEIN WANTS TO U, - SICK MINISTER WHO -._ ' ■}i'-'. -..;.-■ DENOUNCED HIM k-' -- . . ' - ; - Josua Klein, the "divine sym pathizer," yesterday mailed a let ter to Rev. White, pastor of the ' First Baptist church, asking for ' an interview. Rev. White bitter- • ly- scored Klein in a sermon last '■ Sunday eevnlng, alluding to him . as a "self-styled Christ" and a ' "fakir" and "money-grafter." GREAT PALLS, Mont., Feb. I. i —The highest chimney in the : world, built for the Boston and, Montana Consolidated Copper &! Silver Mining Co. of Great Falls, is to be placed in commission soon. This giant's base rests on a hill 300 feet above the smelter, and reaches a height of 506 feet. It is 50 feet in diameter at the top and 75 feet across at the base. The mining company is controlled by the Amalgamated Copper Co. The company is also building the largest flue and dust chamber In the world. The flue connects , the smelter with...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 February 1909

IS PLAY BALL WITH SKULL AND DESTROY CLUE TO MYSTERIOUS DEATH SEATTLE, Feb. 12.—Because t loggers near Newport played ball ' with the skull of a skeleton found tar them In the woods across Lane , Washington a week ago, Coroner fjnyder today la of the opinion that ; Vut might have proved a clue to f the mysterious finding of several other skeletons in that region • -during th» past year or more, has Schooner Is Badly Battered By Gales (By United Prras Leaaed Wire.) PORT TOWNSEND, Feb. 12.— With aalls torn to ribbons and ' with, gear gnarled and twisted, the American 3-masted schooner Bother Buhne, Captain Andrew Olson, Is at anchor here. Bound from San Pedro for Coos Bay, Oregon, after 43 days bat BOY CONFESSES INCENDIARY ACTS READER OP DIME NOVEOB ADMITS THAT HE STARTKD NINE FIRES. (By United Press leased Wire.) WALLA WALLA, Feb. 12. — With the arrest of William Bar row, an 18-year-old boy, the mys tery surrounding the numerous In cendiary fires of the last week has been cleared up. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 February 1909

■• " a nihilist princess" TPiife T* am m a mine? YOU II Like Tacomai VOL. 8. NO. 47 DENVER & RIO GRANDE MAIL TRAIN HELD UP 16 YEAIS IN PEN EOR THEFT Former Tax Collecto of Perm. Gets Heavy Sentence-Fined $20,000 (By United Press Leased Wire.) PITTSBURG, Pa., Feb. 13.— {Sixteen years In the penitentiary and fines amounting to $20,000 was the sentence imposed today on John T. Morgan, former tax collector of McKeesport borougn. Judge Shafer, before whom Morgan pleaded guilty to charges of forgery and embezzlement, pronounced the sentence. When questioned regarding the whereabouts of $34,000 that he had drawn from a city deposi tory. Morgan said that he had been robbed of $20,000 one nlgnt near the Haymarket theater m isew York. Morgan declared that he had been afraid to report the loss ror fear that It would have forced him to acknowledge his guilt. LOBBY TO SAVE LUMBER TARIFF (By United Press Leased Wire.) WASHINGTON, I>. C, Feb. 18. —The announcement that the con gressional co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 February 1909

. ESON IS OFF AMERICAN SOIL Ml Prnas Leased Wire.) URNE, Feb. 13.—Jack >n the eve of his de r the United States, made the announcement today that he is willing to fight James I. Jeffries, Tommy Burns, or any Other man alive, "if suitable iu tecements are offered." If a fight for the championship • is arranged, however. It must be | deferred until Johnson lias fin i taihed a theatrical engagement In 1 Johnson leaves here today on the steamer Makura, hound for > Vancouver. TWO CITY LEAGUE GAMES THIS EVENING There will be two city league i basketball games this evening, the T. M. C. A. and Parkland Luther . ■> academy .teams meeting on the Parkland academy floor, and the V. P. S. and Whitworth college teams facing each other at the University of Puget Sound gym nasium. Both of this evening's games will be closely fought, It is predicted, as all the league teams are as yet fairly well matched. HOnUIAM AGAIN DEFEATED The Hoquiam basketball team ; went down to its third successiv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 February 1909

AGED MAN KILLED DV SWITCH ENGINE fiMPLOYE OF NORTH EKN PA CIFIC, RUN DOWN BY LOCO TIVE, DIES ALMOST IN -BTANTL.Y, * Stepping off the track of an ap proaching passenger train In the Northern Pacific yards, Henry Gehring, a switch-light tender, was run down and almost instant ly killed about 4:30 yesterday aft ernoon by a slowly moving switch engine. Mr. Gehring was 65 years old, and had been employed by the Northern Pacific for several years. He was making his rounds In the switch yards yesterday afternoon, when passenger No. 9 from Seattle came Into the yards. The old man backed off the JEALOUS MINISTERS CLASH; CHURCH CALLS HALT TO MEETINGS NORTH YAKIMA, Feb. IS.— Hey. D. M. Mclnturff and Rev. J. L. McComb, evangelists, who have been doing team work here, have dissolved partnership. They have been holding meetings in the Methodist church. The church has announced that the meetings are over. The end came suddenly. Mr. McComb last night announced that on Sunday evening he would delive...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 February 1909

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 February 1909

PTthe sroiucrtl Corlnne, in the musical comedy, "Lola From Berlin," at the ■)'!»<•<>m» theater Sunday and Monday nights. AT THE STAR. The Intensely interesting drama, "Leah Kleshna," the play In which Mrs. Fish achieved her greatest success, financially and artistically, will be put on at the Star theater next week, by the . Mcßae Stock company. Miss liaura Winston, Him theater. The great role of Leah, the daughter of Le Kleschna, the Aus trian thief, will be capably hand led by Miss Oswald. Leah was known as one of the cleverest criminals of the age which the play depicts. She was taught to steal in childhood and became an expert like Nance Old en in "The Bishop's Carriage." The play is full of intensity, and about the story of the young »» •» Uu» Tmxmu tfuMtwr toolhC woman thief is woven a romance of great human interest. It la thought that it will prove one of the greatest offerings at the Star this season. I AT THE GRAND | ><» • Heading the list of eight* fea ture...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 February 1909

FINED FOR BURGLARY | AND GIVEN ORDERS TO RETURN STOLEN GOODS Otto Herbert, arrested yester- session to its rightful owners. day on a charge of burglary, was Herbert broke into the home «M« »35 b y Justice Card today, SlS?i and ordered to pay the prosecut- and took practically all the fur ing witness, W. H. Zeller, $35 for nitu,.- and clothing in the place. tolen goods which he cannot re- A large amount of the property tarn. He will have to restore all was found in Herbert's home, 16 stolen property now in his pos- 3315 North Twenty-fourth street. DECLARES RATE LAW ONLY AIDS RAILWAYS t (By' United Press leased Wire.) WASHINGTON, ; Feb. 13.—Ilepre- MnUttva Madden of Illinois. In the bouse today declared that the Hep burn .rate law Is • "makeshift legis lation," alleging that "It Is a forest of legislative exotics and a tangled wilderness of words." He said that i •very > provision of the measure , Is I full -, of enjoyment for the railroad ; monopolists. . , i • In discussing what ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 February 1909

Tract Banal to ' Ten Lots We have a tract equal to nearly 10 lots, near Alkl Station, 2 blocks from Spanaway and Puyallup car lines, 10 minute service night and morning, S-cent fare. The price Is at the rate of about $60 per lot, on easy terms. Adjoining lots are Bell ing at from $125 to $160. w. G. it: i i:hs a CO. 401-2-3 Chamber of Commerce Bldg. A BARGAIN t lots, corner on 35th and Chey enne St., for $900. This Is a car line corner and will bring doublo the money in a short time; $150 will handle this, or will give good sU.h count for cash. Owner. 621 Bank-1 era' Trust Bldg., Main 7785. $1200 for 10 acres, Puyallup car line, 3 acres in hay; house, chicken house, good wells, etc. $750 —5 acres, same line, unim proved. 5 acre tract for $175 per acre; same line. See TROGNITZ. Rooms 613-14 Provident Bid*. Call after 1 or 6 o'clock p. m. WE GUARANTEE TO SELL YOUR BUSINESS IN 30 DAYS We want your business of any description, rooming house or hotel. Immediately. We have a large list of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 February 1909

rCAL OPTION FIGHT AFFECTS STATE SCHOOLS •HUTS" NOW - threaten :■ to VOTE AGAINST APPROPRIA TIONS 1 FOR : EDUCATIONAL t *v^f DESTITUTIONS "i>l IF ,v V ANTI - BOOZE BILL IS NOT PASSED. (Times Special Set-rice.) •;•*:-' OLYMPTA, Feb. Today the ! Huation in the senate seems to be S3 Itol 20 :, against t the McMasters local ■ option bill ■ and the "wets'* contending positively that they E» contending enough to . remove ye strength enough to remove the drastic s features of the bill Which they assert means prohibi i lon, and to enact Instead a local I option i bill, which I will t give mu nicipalities the right to determine WOMAN HANGS HEAD DOWNWARD IN WRECKED BUILDING FOR AN HOUR (By United Press Leased Wire.) PASADENA, Cal., Feb. 13. — After hanging head downward un der the ruins of the Rublo can yon pavilion for more than an hour yesterday, while water from • bursted pipe poured over her Imprisoned body, Mrs. Fred T. Drew, whose baby boy Thayer WM killed by the collapse of the Struc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 February 1909

WAltn rUK IT; The Kinilist»PnncessifStin§; in the Times Tomorrow; Ymn FOR- Hi 3o° c n e li» copy The Tacoma Times city edition i i DELIVERED AT YOUR HOME 1 1 11-* 1 JTIIW \J 1 T 1/TL 1 11T1JQO. *r£S??JSSS'?SL B"» .lr^ "* To | VOL. 0. NO. 48 FIFTY ME REPORTED KILLED Death List Is Frobabl Heavy as the Result of Wreck on Lake Shore Road. (By United Press lieased Wire.) DETROIT, Mich., Feb. 15 —It is reported that 50 persons were killed when a Lake Shore electric car, carrying 100 passengers, was wrecked on the out skirts of Vermillion, Ohio, last night. The report cannot be verified on account of tel- egraph service being de moralized by the blizzard. There is no communica tion with the scene. TRICKER BEFORE ARMY RETIRING BOARD (By United Press Leased Wire.) CHICAGO, Feb. 15.—Colonel William F. Tucker of the United States Army, whose name has come before the array retiring board for consideration, appeared before the board today. It is said that Mrs. Tucker and her mother, Mrs. John A....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 February 1909

J __^ M _^__^____^____^_______^^___ ____ «_J m iIIIESTLERS WILL MEET THIS | mm ■ Tacoma high ; school wrestlers ! Will work tonight to pick the 5 ehamplons who will represent the £ shool In the coming match .with |sii*h« t Y. M. C. A. Some good sport ' la looked tor. /•■■'. '■;.,,:..-..■-■/;,..' .. ■•■■ It will be a big week for all i the ' high 'i school 5» athletes.'"- The | ?: Wrestlers will . meet the Y. -M. C. J ||krv Saturday night, and the cross •ountry run will be held Saturday '■■ morning. The basketball team will ■•are i its ' hand' full with Ellens hurg normal school Friday night. [ SEATTLE LOSES TO > THE VICTORIA ELEVEN ?/*% (By United Press I-chn<-<1 Wire.) mm. SEATTLE, Feb. 15. — a fast *nd i interesting ■ game the Seattle United soccer .-team went down Hffilo! defeat •' before the Victoria ag j „>_ gregation yesterday by a scqre or 6 goals to 3. Although the score :>'jwould indicate the game to be » very one-sided affair, it was hard " (ought and E. H. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 February 1909

UP TO PEOPLE TO GET COMMISSION PLAN If the commission plan of gov ernment Is to be pushed, the citi zens will have to elect 15 free holders at the coming spring elec tion to take up the work of mak ing a new charter, or the work will probably be postponed for another year. The law provides that on peti tion of one-fourth of the voters as shown by the last general elec tion the city council shall order 15 freeholders elected to revise the charter. When their report Is completed it will be submitted to the voters at a special election to be ratified or rejected. Senator Metcalf has introduced a bill at Olympia to give cities j of the first class authority to holdj non-partisan elections and govern their own affair? as Is called for under the commission plan. When this is passed the way will be clear for the Inauguration of the new idea. In the meantime it is up to the Soldier Marries ■ Hm Wife Twice WEDDED HER FIRST TIME UN DER ASSUMED NAME TO KEEP MOTHER IN DARK. (By United Press lea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 February 1909

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 February 1909

RAILROADERS FLOCK TO HARBOR (By United Press Leased Wire.) ABERDEEN, Feb. 15.— WorK on the Union Pacific railroad has brought scores of men here during the past week, including surveyors and construction engineers. Twen ty surveyors have gone to Mel bourne and others have gone to points near Kinia, Cosmopolls and along the proposed route. Efforts are under way to come within the ten-day limit set for the commencement of work, and Directing Engineer Isaacs has been in Elma most of the weeK for that purpose. NEW PLAN FOR WIRELESS WAVES (ISv rniteil Press Leased Wire.) CHICAGO, Feb. 15.—The Lee De Forest Wireless company has announced plans for the immedi ate erection on the Pacific coast of wireless stations using a new invention in apparatus, which eliminates the dangerous spark in the present system. The features of the new inven tion are said to be a plan of in telligible signals through low power with unlimited speed, con tinuous wave and exceeding the present spark system in pene...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 February 1909

" ' ——_—___—. _ — HIDEOUS GIRL MURDERS IN DAYTON 0; RESEMBLE I LONDON'S FAMOUS WHITECHAPEL CRIMES OF YEARS AGO I . Herewith are published first pte tanw rot victims *ui<l «cem>B In Hie IJayton, 0., "Jack the Strangled ease, from photoraphs received tnle morning. While comparing with the Infa ttons White Chapel murders of Z( 7mn ago, the Dayton girl mur Jots have no paruliel in Amerlcai crime annals. Altogether, It appears, 5 yount women were mysteriously murder i and the police theory is tha mil were struck down by the garni fiendish hand. Thif, may or ma] ■ot be true. It lg a fact, how •Ter, that five young women o About the same age and social con tfition, have been mysterlousl] murdered in the Ohio city an< there are various tangible clrcum ■tances which seem to connect tin crimes. The police call the Bupposec murderer "Jack the Strangler,' from the fact that all of the girli were apparently killed by tn< Clutch of a monster's hand upot ike throat. The latest victim w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 February 1909

ESCAPED CONVICT IS CONVERTED AND OFFERS TO RETURN TO PRISON A wanderer on the face of the earth'for four and one-half years, and hunted by officers in every state in the Union because he brok# parole from the Indianna state reformatory. "Richard Living ston, 29 years old, stands on the eve of becoming a tree man be cause he was converted In TaCo nia six months ago. One-halfyear ago, Livingston, a fugitive from Justice, crept into the Penlel mission. He became converted, and started life anew. The stain was in his soult, how ever, and finally he broke down and told Arthur Lewis, one of tlie mission workers, of his being wanted In the East as a parole •breaker. The teacher talked to Livingston, and finally persuaded him to write to the Indiana au thorities, which he did. He Balfl that he had been converted and that he was willing to go back and serve out the remainder of his sentence, if necessary. A letter reached Livingston Sat urday from W. H. Whitaker, gen eral superintendent of t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 February 1909

SUICIDE OF WEALTHY GERMAN WELL 5 PLANNED JJEBMORANDUMS LEFT BY MAN £, WHO SHOT HIMHKLF IN I-O <t{g CAIi :' HOTEL THROW LIGHT ON TRAGEDY. HMM» • • •"• • • • • • • • • I • Ctrl Eggert, born in Ger- • [• tan?, 1843; committed bul- • f# *We in Tacoma February 15, • :», 1909, at 6:15 a. m., the same • ; • hoar S when *my i dear son • [J»! killed -' himself. We are no • : • cowards, ■ but were both true • German* ft till death. We • • loved 5' each : other - until ' the' • .• end. C. EGGERT. • :•••"•'•••••• • • • • • ?V*f Above Is a memorandum found In the notebook of Carl Eggert, a J^Mlthy. German, who killed him •lf In the Grand hotel, .1514 Pa ftto avenue, late last night, while a try of detectives and police of •«•« iwere ; vainly trying to sain at LIMB to his room. ><:v*- r' : '. ■„*' v I^Hwl i memorandum, which was tnuMHted for Coroner Shaver this Ring, dhows that Eggert'B suj ;«tl»jhad! been carefully . planned. It | •xplafns ", Eggert's : repeated :fgtHtmentg last night, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 February 1909

ONE CENT PERCOFV* TV^-p-} *T* A /^AW/f A HTf H/I T^C? CITY EDITION^ 30 CENTS PER MONTH I fl C 1 /vC-AjiVl/V I I /Vl tl^ »-"' »»««.. «w« -w- DELIVERED AT YOUR HOME . ' -*• ■* All^ ■ - •*> "■ •*■ ■'^~^^^-~^*^''»r' -.^ M.A m. JL --v 117 11^4^/1 . n««day. Cooler tonight. High •oothweßUrly.;_wln*i VOL. 6. NO. 4O 400 MAYBE DEAD IN THEATER HOLOCAUST] ROOSEVELT AND TUFT AT OUTS President Is Said To Be Piqued Because He Has Not Been Consulted About Cabinet. (By United Press Leased Wire.) WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 16. —Although no outward indica tions of friction are apparent to day It Is being rumored at the cap- Itol that differences have arisen between President Roosevelt and his successor, President-elect Taft, over the selection of the cabinet that shall serve as advisers to the Incoming president. It is said that Taft is framing up his vahlp-tt without seeking the advice or counsel of Roosevelt and that this action has caused the president something of a shock. It Is rumored that Roose ...

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