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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 February 1909

WARM BASEBALL WAI ON IN CHICAGO TODAY (By ratted Press Leased Wire.) »M CHICAGO, , Feb.; 16.— ■ mer rlwt \ little 1 old l baseball .' war • that am big league magnates hare had '»I deal with in , years Is expected to mm ,up ; either late tonight or tomorrow. morning, when the na aal commission gets togethei ■d takes up the rumored scandal B'connection with the alleged of fer of j: a -$10,000 v bonus «to • the •Mnbers of the Chicago National Ague i team 'If they won the pen •■■*• Wil"*^* S>V' ■- -'".">■- '-■ * ''' " " '- •• ■ S The ■< affair .-. has i resulted In an M»I rupture gf between v ■ Own«i tarphy and President Pulliam o( tk» National league, and each side kas ' been hurling descriminations <iickiandUast.^v..?:;::.^^ •■'■-•■ c?aThe trouble started when Mur fAy, . after having :, secured "■,;, the adoption of a rule prohibiting the GIGANTIC FRENCHMAN WOULD MKKT GOTCH W&* ?^ OUV. DE REUKN. - ■'' * ■ ■! ,>/; MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 18. —Here • he % to/; champion | m...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 February 1909

PRETTY WOMAN OUSTED FROM VICTORIA BECAUSE SHE MARRIED CHINAMAN (By United Preaa Leaned Wire.) SAN DIEGO, Cal., Feb. 16. — Kthcl Anderson, a young and beautifully gowned woman, who Is a passenger on the steamer Queen today, which left here for Ban Pedro, Santa Barbara, San Francisco, Portland, Seattle and Victoria last night, is reported to be on her second round trip in the Pacific in an attempt to enter Victoria, from which city she was oeported, it is alleged, because she married a wealthy Chinese mer- YOUNG THIEVES STEAL MEAT; CONFESS GUIL At 4 o'clock this morning, Will iam L. Myers and W. R. McDon ald 'broke the seals of a refrigera tor car on the Carstena Packing company's siding, and stole four quarters of veal and a number of choice hams. At 5:30 Patrolman Barrett arrested them, and had secured a full confession from McDonald. Myers made a con fession of guilt later in the day. The thieves are mere boys, ana ■ay that they broke into the meat car because they were hungry. Whe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 February 1909

Wftfr T \COMA TIMES HJBHBD BVBRT : KVENIBK3 laXGKPT SUNDAY BY' TUB MM VAOOMA TTMEB PUBUSHING OOMPAICI ft*] : BTH'K—7BB COMMERCE STREET; POBTOFFICE BOX 128 ■'; jWwds-t t>o postofnce at Tacoma, *Vaah. ** ■acond-claaa matter. X IttjBtJBaRAPHIO BERVICK OF ,UNITED PRBBB ASSOCIATIONS. Alirr Bhlum Off*» ......... m. . M* 9 7SS, AJ7BB B llllnlrA arcHlaOo* Dope Mal»,7BS, AI7S3 ■ A]" W" iILV •■«»■—» Dea*. .. .Mala 7M. a i«a H 'fll^^'tVi-'- v '"" TKKMS OK HI INSCRIPTION. ;.:<;' '„-,.. ,;: \ *■j'v.U". i Qm » «nrt • ■ copy, * seves) ■ cents • M* by OMnriar or by mam # ■» -to • month by carrier or by s»ail; .Ix mwHw by Mil, $15©; *» year by mail. 98.75. - ««K TDfIBB IS ftf*!W*»i ONI/Y INDEPENDENT J , TAOOMA'S "^l^Pgy* NEWSPAPER- * ££%••' MAIL aDBSCKUMBM —The date when your »Trt>eerlptioi» •**d . I (to Ml tte address label of each papa-. When that date arrive*, « i »«■» ■ukarrlptlon ha* not acaln been paid In ad auce, yaur name la ■ i Ukan from The Hat. .. A ohanffe of data oo the addreaa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 February 1909

MARRIMAN PLANS f NEW ROAD IN OREGON (By United Press leased Wire.) PORTLAND, Ore., Feb. 16.— : Evidently alarmed by the measure before the legislature at Salem, giving the state authority to con i struct railroads, E. H. Harrlman I ■ has bowed to the will of the peo ple of Oregon by directing that the Deschutes railroad, through cen tral Oregon, be built with all pos , Bible haste. Work will be commenced on the line just as soon as right of way obstacles are removed and con - tracts let. The distance- is 130 miles from Deschutes to Redmond, L • In the heart of the irrigation belt. - BLOWS HIMSELF TO BITS WITH , DYNAMITE (By United Press Leased Wire.) MISSOULA, Mont, Feb. 16.— To make certain that death would Immediately follow his attempt at suicide, Henry Klockard, an aged * prospector, placed a primed stick of dynamite into his mouth, bit the cap and the explosion that oc curred blew his body to tiny pieces late yesterday. Klockard left a note to a friend in Wallace, Ida., but it ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 February 1909

r<E D' ABRUZZI ON EXPLORATION TRIP, TO BE CLOSELY SHADOWEC (By United Press Leased Wire.) Wm i LONDON, Feb. 16.—A ?" hair $ dozen London ■;-.:. contractors '. are H hustling ' together the ! outfit • the V, Duke '; d'Abruzzl ; will take Ito . the Himalayan with him next month. Spgltite; decidedly a spartan outfit and the time it is taking to get it ; §; ready is the result, not 'of its vol ume, but of the duke's determina tion to have the best of everything J*>. in i the smallest possible compass. mHe will make his second visit of |*1 this year to London in about three sJ_ weeks .to " Inspect the assembled equipment and provisions. ;■•-, , SptesThe* royal explorer's ' traveling pack will ; consist of a double-rig, jg double-topper Beven-foot-six by iif ■even-foot-six - tent and its entire I? furniture will ■„'. be a collapsible t;' camp I bed '. and a canvas washing iS basin and bath. There will be no §1 ■ingle < piece of ■ baggage which a man cannot carry on his back. |JHg...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 February 1909

WILL MAKE PARK OF GULCH The Tacoma avenue bridge above the tennis court 1b ■ to be abolished and the street curved and filled up and the whole gulch consisting of over nine acres win toe given the city for parks, ac cording to the decision of tne streets committee of the council this afternoon. For two hours a battle raged tn the committee. Old Town people were present demanding that Ue lore anything was done to Im prove the property on the hill that the Tacoma Land company T)e compelled to deed land down ar the foot of the gulch so they could have another road out of Ol<3 Town. Citizens who advocated the se curing of the park and the abol ishing of the Tacoma avenue bridge said this additional street matter had nothing to do with the proposition and that Old Town cit izens could condemn, a street through whenever they desired. The acquisition of the park prop erty lessens the amount they win have to condemn as was shown t>y the maps. Nelsonßennett appeared for the ■ park boar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 February 1909

CTOR WANTS MOVING PICTURES AND READING ROOMS IN CHURCHES |ifßJ,TTiilted Press leased Wire.) PORTLAND, Ore.. Feb. 16. — Mayor Lane yesterday appeared p before a convention of the Baptist 5 Ministerial association - and advo pcated startling reform* that took f tin churchmen ,by surprise. In the i tint I place i the , mayor announced that {If' the ' city \ council could .be compelled to annul the licenses of f mil ' the ' saloons of Portland which I Constantly violate the liquor 11 --|' erase % provisions . half .of ■ the sa §loons of the; city would be out of if fetidness. Then he went on to Inform the Binlsters how they could aid the i cauae/ ' Mayor Lane said that In ■ i ' NAILS, HAIR, WIRE AND GLASS FOUND IN STOMACH CONTENTS .<'"■ MADE : ' INSANE W&i ? MAN'S ORGAN ! LOOK LIKE A WAREHOUSE. V ; . •. ■; ■ I^^NBW^ WESTMINSTER, B. C, Feb. 16. —Mans ability In the line of gastronomlcal feats and the Incapacity of the human stomach to '£'> withstand maltreatment as a re -I>'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 February 1909

iONH CENT PER_COPY HPI-ir^ HP A A, TIM A 1% 71* lT^^r CITY EDITIOS 30 CENTS PER MONTH 1 fl W~* /XL A IW J\ HI /Vl I"^^ (ffPWW "KA™K ►<•««< DELIVERED AT YOUR HOME Jl I 1 L-^ Jl /TLW/V/ITI/^ 1 11T1C}O« WUMZ '^ "* " ""* •"'<',•'. '.. UCLtI YEKCU' AI Y<U>«Ji\ llvfiVm "*;.', j >^k«^^^ "^ ,'^^T .. ,^^ .*"i .■ .^l.^L T- JHI Jmtmm^tf w vest wind*. ■ ■ ' ' .*'. : '- J*jv" f^Si|li VOL. ». NO. 60 Editors Who Sprung Panama Canal Scandal Are Indicted For Libel ENDORSES PLAN OF CANAL President Sends Sped; Message to Solons Giv ing Favorable Report on Panama Work. (By United Press leased Wire.) WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 17. —President Roosevelt today sut> mitted to congress In a special message a report of the board of engineers endorsing the present plan of construction of the Pa nama oanal. Roosevelt said that It would be inexcusable folly to change the plan to a sea level canal. He said: "I am happy to report that the accompanying document shows in the clearest fashion that co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 February 1909

. rOE THREAT TO KILL JACK JOHNSON (Bjr United Presn Leased Wire.) • SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 17.— Tommy Burns and Jack Johnson Mmc cloae to a clash before their big light at Sydney, Australia, last December, according to In f formation received today In a let ter written by Sam Fltzpatricx, Johnson* manager, to a local ac *, quaintance. Fitzpatrtrk said In part: "Burns, Mclntosh, Johnson and "myself met at the Challls house, Sydney, three days before the . light for the purpose of picking a referee, and the meeting broke up without any progress being made. Several names were mentioned, but those we named did not suit Burns and vice versa. Without any warning Burns reached over tor a large ink stand to let go at Johnson. Mclntosh grabbed his hand and then Tommy picked up a chair and told Johnson he would kill him before he got out of tne room. "After Mclntosh got the chair ■way from him. Burns put his hand in his hip pocket and said again he would kill Johnson. AH this time Tommy was pour...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 February 1909

SEATTLE MAN RUN DOWN ON STREET, THROWN INTO JAIL AND LEFT TO DIE (By United Press Leased Wire.) LOS ANGELES, Cal., Feb. 17. —After being run down by a cab and then thrown into the "drunk tank" at the city Jail, Henry R. Hathaway, an aged Shriner from Seattle, is dead today. An In quest will be held tomorrow morn- Ing. Charges preferred against Po lice Surgeon Edwin H. Wiley, wno failed to discover that Hathaway 600,000 PENSIONERS IN UNITED KINGDOM (By United Press Leased Wire.) LONDON, Feb. 17. —England. Scotland, Wales and Ireland have 696,038 old age pensioners, ac cording to official figures )usc made public. Previous statements of the number have been mere estimates and nearly 100,000 too low. A large number of claims are also under consideration. ' When they have been acted on, the total will be about 600,000. M'GREGOR TO PLUG UP MOTHER LEAK IN CITY GASH BOX Tacoma Is losing money every day on the operation of the city hall elevator, according to the fig ures of Commissioner Mc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 February 1909

af^ n"^6;w!^ MmTHE 7ACOMA TIMES 888 PBMBWBD " KVBRT ■ EVENING KXCEPT SUNDAY BY TUB H| TAOOMA TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY 'V-.: ' BH| OFPICK— COMMERCE STREET; POBTOFFICB BOX 128 BBS ItUrtd at th« poatotttca at Tacoma, ".'iih, as second-class matter MM TgUBORAPHIC BKRVICB OF UNITED PRESS ASSOCIATIONS. 88 DIfALIFC BuinMOtnot .......... „, ..Main 788, Al 788 SSI "V MiNr A OirculaUo* «ept. ............ Main 788, AI7SS fflW|fJl«lf "I**-V, -MditorUJ Pep*. ♦ . . Main TO4. Ai733 Sgn XBHMB OK HI'UBCRIPTIOH. : ■ ' QkEQE 'fh%££ Ob* ■ cent ■ copy, seven cent* • week by carrier or by nmtli. SgHffl WO eeata a month by carrier or by mail; six months by mall. •l.RO; y&Kg mm yew by mall, 99.78. ASKC », THK TUIBB IB -^£iSS&^ ONLY INDEPENDENT ffiffiflffi w f fcf i:. > TACOMA'B "^g^y* NKWBPAPER. yptHß ** MAIL • atrniCßlßßßl—Th« d»t« when your aubicrlptlon explrac FhP«S i aiii•■ the - address label of each papa-. When that date Arrive*, If HUM P*l" rakHrlptloD baa not again bean paid >In ad an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 February 1909

WOMEN'S 8-HOUR BILL PASSED ON RECONSIDERATION (Time* Special Service.) OLYMPIA, Feb. 17.—Amended Bo it can be dodged by canneries by placing their female help on piece work and working them as long as they please, the law pro hibiting the employment of wom en or girls longer than 8 hours a day, was reconsidered by the house yesterday afternoon, after being defeated in the morning, and was finally passed by a vote of 51 to 36. The defeat of the bill in the morning, when the vote against It was 45 to 42, was due to the failure of some of the members to keep their pledges. Beveral SPECIAL TRAIN TO TAKE TACOMANS TO SEATTLE TOMORROW In response to an Invitation brought to Tacoma yesterday T>y A. W. Lewis, director of conces sions at the exposition, Tacomans will go to Seattle tomorrow »n a special car to be the guests of tne exposition management with a view to becoming acquainted wltn the magnitude of the big fair. Mr. Lewis spoke at the Com mercial club and urged Tacoma to get a Tac...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 February 1909

Home and Children Are Nuisances, Says Mrs. Leslie Carter '(By United Pre*:» Leased Wire.) NEW YORK, Feb. 17.—"N0 darning of stockings or marketing tor vegetables for me," declared Mrs. Leslie Carter today, apropos of Miss Margaret Illington's giv ing up the stage and her theatrical busband because she wants do mesticity. "The girl who gives up a bril liant opportunity to venture ' Into the uncertain realms of home is taking a big risk," was the Titian tressed actress' next revolution ary declaration. "Do men appreciate the love or a little home staying domestic mouse as they do that of a bril liant, brainy professional woman? No, they do not. Men want changes; they want something HUMANE SOCIETY DOING GOOD WORK According to a. statement just Issued by Special Agent William 8. Van Vorls, the past fiscal year Of the Tacoma Humane society has been by far the most success ful In the history of that enter prising organization. The society Bow boasts of 95 annual mem bers, and the membersh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 February 1909

HEWITT AND PEIRCE BREAK WITH GILLIES Gunston & Heath have taken up the Imperial building proposition Of A. P. Gillies and this after noon they started out to secure subscriptions for the purchase of the land required, which will cost about $200,000. Gillies will be before the council probably to night, or at least next week, asx ing for the subway and street franchises required for the build ing project. The opening of subscriptions for stock for the ground purchase ts due to a break between Gillies and Henry Hewitt, Joshua Pelrce and other iliembers of the original Imperial Building company. Gil lies says they shipped hlin off to New York, then tried to throw him down and organize a new company over his head to freeze him out. "I was sent to New York ana they agreed to buy the lots need ed for the project while I was completing the matter of financing the building proper," said Gillies today. "After I was gone they tried to throw me down. Hewitt even wrote to New York and au th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 February 1909

PtAMATIC EVIDENCE IN COOPER CASE 'Of United Press Leased Wire.) NASHVILLE, Term., Feb. IT. •f-That the late Senator E. W. Carmack "ought to have been In t«ll long ago" was a statement at tributed to John I). Sharpe, wno, With Colonel Duncan Cooper ana fete son, Robin, are on trial Charged with Carmack's murder, %y W. J. Smith on the witness •(and today. Smith said that Sharpe, who Is a -former sheriff, discussed Car inack during the recent campaign And declared him a disturbing figure in the party. L. A. Welch, a barber, testified that Sharpe called his attention 'to an editorial by Carmack and declared It was unwarranted. Mrs. Charles Eastman, who ffrim speaking with Senator Car mack when he was killed, was called to the stand late yesterday and gave a dramatic story of the murder. She Bald that when she heard the first shot she jumped PREPARE TO LAUNCH COMMISSION PLAN -.' < The South t End Improvement dab . has again taken the lead in 6 the movement for the commission 'plan of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 February 1909

ONE CENTNER COPY 30 CENTS PER MONTH DELIVERED AT YOUR HOME VOL. «. NO. 51 COUNCIL COMMITTEE MAKES STARTLING CHARGES! TWO MEET DEATH IN MINE Burled Alive Under Big Slide of Coal in Car. bon Co:'s Property At Carbonado John Avin and James Ross, miners, were Instantly killed and considerable damage to property was done by an immense slide of coal in the mine of the Carbon Hill Coal company, at Carbonado, 86 miles southeast of Tn< .mm, early this morning. The men were burled under tons of rock and coal about three quarters of a mile from the Bur face of the mountain. They were working apart from the other miners In a counter at the face of the mine, and were crushed to death without warning. The cause of the accident has not been de termined. Attracted by the roar of hun dreds of tons of falling earth and coal, other miners rushed to the assistance of the imprisoned men, but were powerless to save them. The bodies of Avin and Ross were extricated and operations in the property suspen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 February 1909

[S§ftS^AßtfrsP®Klsl m vC^wl^P^^X^v^^ j vi i^jj IORTLAND BADLY ; BEATEN BY I LOCALS jS^ Portland v was given a .great (rubbing by.the Tacoma Y. M. C. ft A. basket-ball team last night ana wiped j off ." the championship slate Star a score of 61 to ,7.*^ The Ore -1 gonlans f were . never In the game jUfsJLTK^^-iSKA^ii: "^^-- v.: 'J..1 After ,shooting .■ the ; ball' Into the basket six times from the ii field and ' four from '. the foul line, S Mills of Tacoma was ruled off the 3 floor for rough work, having made vine t fouls. Portland was " weas ■} In: all departments of the game. W^r; In .the curtain raiser, the Wing* .; ediTs * defeated the second; high 'A school team£424 to 23, thus Riv .l, ing i the Y. ;M. C. A. , a complete 15 victory for the evening. :•> "- — -. :•:, ' SPORTSMAN TO SPEAUON CRT President G. O. Shields of the i League of American Sportsmen v will speak at the Temple of Music . tonight in the interest of the ■ \ wild game and against the en croachments of the "g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 February 1909

TACOMA TO OUTSTRIP OTHER SOUND CITIES IN GREAT EXCURSION From a Tacoma viewpoint the big Puget Sound excursion to Cal ifornia, which starts Saturday for a seven-day trip down the Pacific coast clear to Los Angeles, Is a big success. Tacoma has more listed for the trip than any other city. Some of the best business men of this city will be in the party and, t>y the time the excursion Is con cluded, California and all the thousands of visitors from the East now wintering there will be thoroughly awake to the fact that Tacoma Is on the map. The fact that Tacoma has beat-! en other cities in the list of reser vations indicates the new spirit] of this city, which Is expected) to put Tacoma on a new plane of, advancement In the next few, years. The Tacoma section of the train, will 'be In the yards at the depot' here at 7:30 Saturday morning, so that those who are going can go aboard and get breakfast. The train will leave here at 9:30. BIG CARGO FOR UNCLE SAM'S SOLDIERS (By United Pre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 February 1909

WTHE lACOMA TIMES ÜBlf> EVKRX JBVJEMMG KXGKTT. •UIfDAT BT THB «^N V. «AOOMATIMK*j PUBLISHING COMPANY.' ' -.r:"f I VnCE-7tß COMMERCE STREET; POSTOFFICE BOX 128 I |Ula»a« at the poatoffloa at Taooma. r.'aah. as —oond-«laaa matter. *Ut»UBORAPHIC VICE OP UNITED PRESS ASSOCIATIONS. IAIIFC B"Bil><M Offid ..*,....« „ ..Matt 788, AITM I BUll [A r Circulation -Dl**" •»• ...Main 788, AITBB I ■ ■■**'■■-**.Editorial Dapt. * », » Mala TO4. AIT 33 I ,jglil^^^p^« l«BM»_ 5 OK HI ÜBCIUPTIOH. ■ ■• _ ■ • J Oa* «eat a copy, seren centa a week bj canter or by malli 1 "••■***** * mxmth by cantor or by mail; six moatha by mall, 91.60s I —jtyaar by mall, «a.75. I tjßp^TMMMa^iM^;:;,^!*^;:..' ONLY nroEPEinnai |? r TACOMA'B ■ . lSaS£^' newspaper. J*t»» MAIL •ÜBICHIBJBItS—Th« flat* when your subscription •zplru ■ •Jsj aa i tba addraaa ■ label .of each pap*.-. -^ Whan that > data i arrives. If E Pmir subscription baa not again bMB paid In ad.aac*. your name la I if**— fr»m the list. • A change of a«...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 February 1909

LOCAL OPTION BILL FINALLY KILLED SENATE SMOTHERS UUOUM MKASIIIi; All 1 It IMI IIH l»- LV HOT CONTEST—BI'IISTI TUTK MKASURK, DENOITNC KI> AS FARCE, WILL NOW BE CONSIDERED. (Times Sim Tin I Service.) OLYMPIA, Feb. 18.—The old trick by which the political par tias keep the temperance voters in line, consisting of passing their bill in one house and killing it in the other by a bare majority of one or two votes was worked again yesterday and the Falconer county option bill was smothered by the senate. The battle raged all day. The "dry" senators offered every pos sible concession, submitting 20 amendments, all of which were killed by a tie vote of 21 to 21 and then the one man needed to go over to effectually kill the bill stepped across the line in the per- 1 son of Senator Rosenhaupt and the bill was wiped off the slate. The vote was as follows: Ayea —. Anderson, Arrasmith, Bassett, Blair, Brown, Bryan, Cotterlll, Cox, Davis, Falconer, Fatland, Fishback, Hutchinson, WELCOME SQUADRO...

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