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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 February 1909

. ROHS ARE EVEN I WRESTLING I MATCH High school and T. M. C. A.' ilMCton quit even la their wrest ling match Saturday night. 'V- -. The Y. M. C. A. took the heavy i weight events ■ but the high school ;*oys< were in evidence In the con- Ittftti? for the I little ? fellows. Sfc* Be* j Robblna t and Talbott had the hardest ' contest.'tSJfAfter three 'atx-mlnnte • rounds, ; neither 1 could n^t^ai! fall. The i contest was | awarded to Talbott, however,' for ' acgrtosiven esa. :.'. •;>;';■ <.m: '■■■,:„. £%h Bert Kennedy threw Irk Mat thews; | Bernard Burns : got . away with Carl Sharpe;, Earl Evans got Itae! decision jp over Walker, but j; neither ; got :a fall;lßufus : Davis % disposed -f of Jolce & Hart; 8. D. ■W. Hlloteriput Pearl Alee on the Mat; $ Morgan 1 downed i Brown of the Y. |M>l C"; A.' ■ in: short; order; ' Howard |l«eo 1 putj Earl Jones fon his \ back; ; made short work Stanley ler got a fall; Rufus Davis wed of Joice Hart; D. W. >r put Pearl Alee on the ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 February 1909

MAN WHO KILLED WHOLE FAMILY FINALLY DIES OF SELF-INFLICTED WOUNDS BLEVA, Wls., Feb." 22.—After the wholesale murder of his fam ily and spectacular attempt to kill himself, Hans Sveum, a wealthy farmer, died today of his Belf-in flicted injuries. Sveum, who recently was re leased from an asylum for the in sane, stabbed to death his four children, killed 23 head of stock HISTORY-MAKING CRUISE OF GREAT U. S. FLEET ENDS (Continued From Page One.) and Mrs. Simms. Steam Slowly Home. Shortly after 10 o'clock the deck watch of the Mayflower dis covered a column of smoke almost directly eastward over Cape Charles, and half an hour later the warships, which had been ap proaching under slow speed in or der not to anticipate their sched uled hour of arrival, came into sight and passed the capes. At 11 o'clock the flagship Connecticut, leading, arrived off the Tail of the Horse Shoe, at which point the fleet was left by the Mayflower when it followed the battleships out of the Roads at the begin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 February 1909

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 February 1909

$3,000 IN MILEAGE FOR ONE WITNESS MAN BROUGHT HROM ARCTIC CIRCIiK IHMHtKDS OP MIIJsK OVKIt BLEAK WIN TKK TRAIL. JUNEAU, Feb. 22.—After sev eral *«ys' delay, due to Inability to secure a jury, and after the is suance of several special venires, the trial of Ed. Hasey, charged with assault with a deadly weapon with Intent to kill, hag commenc ed in the federal court. Many of the witnesses have*been brought from great distances by the government. M. B. Morrissey, who last year was a witness for the government, this time was subpoenaed by the defense at Coldfoot, 68 miles within the BUILDINGS BURNED AND MANY PERSONS HURT IN A RACE RIOT IN OMAHA (ftf VTnitPd Press Leased Wire.) OMAHA, Neb., Feb. 22.—More than thirty buildings were burned, wrecked or badly damaged and a score of persons were injured, several of them seriously, In a race riot which raged yesterday afternoon and until the early hours of this morning in South Omaha. Fired with a determination to rid that section of the city ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 February 1909

FIDENT ANSWERS REBUKE; BANDS RECOGNITION OF SECRET SERVICE '(By United Press Leased Wire.) WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 22. —Calling to his aid a mass of (Bacts atnd figures furnished 'by Attorney Oeneral Bonaparte, President Roosevelt has added an other Interesting chapter to the ■ecrqt service controversy In a Vigorously worded reply to the at tacks made on this branch of the government In a report recently made to congress by Senator Hem •cway of the senate committee on appropriations. Hemenway In his report upheld tbe proposed limitations of the ■cope of the sercret service, as serting that it had never been the PASTORS DEAL WITH SOCIAL EVIL QUESTION "Ten thousand women of Ta coma should arise and go down to this dive and clean it out by a raid." That Is the remedy for the fhndberg joint on Fourteenth and court A, called to public attention by the police and license report in the council last week, as prescrib ed by Rev. Sharman Wallace of the Sixth avenue Baptist church. Mr. Wallace ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 February 1909

SHOOTS AFFINITY ? AND KILLS ItiEli LOS ANGELES, Cal., Feb. 23. —One man Is dead and a woman and a man are suffering from bullet wounds this afternoon as the result of a love crazed hus band running amuck through the city streets. Angered because his wife would not allow him to return home after they had separated because of his avowed love for an affinity, In the person of Mrs. Odessa Nor rin, be shot the latter in the back and inflicted a serious wound. Roth Reynolds, a bystander, was shot through the hand by a stray bullet. Then Knoblerk ran into an al ley and. turning the gun upon himself, Inflicted a fatal wound. TWELFTH STREET CLUB TO MEET TOMORROW The meeting of the Twelfth Street Improvement club, which was to hare been held this even ing, has been postponed to tomor row night, owing to the fact that a number of Washington's birth day celebrations will be held to night. A big meeting is expected to morrow when the club assembles at Klang's hall, Twelfth and Junette. Assistant...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 February 1909

GLOWING TRIBUTE |S PAID TO WASHINGTON BY NEXT PRESIDENT ADDRESSES UNIVERSITY OTOBBNTB — IHJINTS OUT k": OOKATNBSB OF FIRST CHIEF ixECUTIVE — TALKS OF XKARNKI) PROFESSIONS. ' fmt United i Press ■ Leased i Wire.) FHILADBUPHIA, Pa.. Feb. 22. lAddressing • a great. audience of ndentfl, faculty j and ; graduates of the University of Pennsylvania, : president-elect William :S H. Taft 'today discussed "The : Present Re lations of J the £ Learned $ Profes sions to Government." v • - * <M Taft i referred ~$ to * the : Interest and Influence of the various pro fessions on politics, and paid trib tiltofSto'i,; ministers, physicians, 1 Journalists and men of all profes sions lin ) political' affairs. . .■■ .. :... Ws!Sitt\ eulogized -Washington as : a man whose profession might be .termed military and who proved : himself a born lender of men and, Withal, a man of high character. igMSJftTAe First Profession. Mr. Taft said in part: i?gi "The first profession is that of the 1 minister. Time wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 February 1909

ONE CENT PER COPY 30 CENTS PER MONTH DELIVERED AT YOUR HOMO ' VOIi. «. NO. 50 SENATE PASSES WOMAN SUFFRAGE MEASURE WORK ON DEPOT IS DELAYED 9. P.; WILL WAIT UNTIL OR DINANCE 18 FINALLY PASB XD —CITY SHOULD DEMAND NEEDED CONCESSIONS ON POINT FRANCHISE. Work will not start on the new N. P. depot until the city council passes the ordinance vacating the streets and granting the franchise asked for by the Hill interests. It was expected that excavation work would start today but at Superintendent Albee's office to day it was announced that opera tions would probably not begin now before next week as there is still considerable preliminary work to be done. The ordinance will come before the council tomorrow night for final passage and it will likely go through without opposition. Then the company will have to begin work within 30 days at least. In the meantime the company is making all preparations, ac cording to the loca. officials, to go ahead. They declare also that it is the Intention...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 February 1909

L . «. __ J CANADIAN WINS MARATHON 1H18H,.!. f (By United - PreM lieaaed Wire.) pig SEATTLE, Feb. 5 23.—1n £; the first •- Marahton ! race ■ ever run lln | the > Northwest, William Chandler ?of Vancouver, B. C, won yester day .' against a I field of 50 starters iln: 3 , hours, 20 minutes, covering the last two miles of the 26 miles, SSO yards in - a walk. ';•; * ' '#£3 !./■ s^g Cecil, the i crack state j college runner, held ; Chandler r even ■'■ for over ; 24 miles, but collapsed • and was carried from the track. r- Wolfe of Portland took second ; place. ,He started on a slow dog I trot |at .' the ] beginning, and ' never i changed » his pace ;■ in - the i entire I distance.'. {; Men . swept - past him and collapsed, but Wolfe plodded |on § tortoise-like and won , second honor*. Arthur E. Edfast of Ta -3 coma, ; ran ■ a few miles and ' then fell out. : After a rest he started £. again, but soon had to give It up. .The ■ third ' man ' in t was Spang ler of I the Seattle Athletic ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 February 1909

KILLS HIMSELF BECAUSE HIS WIFE CONTRACTED A DEBT AT GROCERY STORE (By United Press Leased Wire.) WALLACE, Ida., Feb. 23.— widow and five children, who are penniless and without food, are today mourinlng the loss of hus band and father, J. S. Murray, a miner, who yesterday ended his life because his wife had articles bought at a store charged to his account without his knowledge. The family lived at Gem, Ida. DAMAGE SUir AGAINST PRESIDENT DISMISSED 810 CLAIM OP NOTED OKLA HOMA POPULIST GOES BY THE BOARD. (By United Proms Leased Wire.) PERRY, Okla., Feb. 23. —Suit for $800,000 damages, for alleg ed false Imprisonment in the Kan sas penitentiary, filed by Ira N. Terrill against President Roose velt, former Governer Ferguson of Oklahoma territory and other of BOOSTERS SPENDING DAY IN FRISCO TAOOMA AND SEATTLE PARTY IN GOLDEN GATE CITY— GOES SOUTH TOMORROW. (By Uufted Press leased Wire.) < SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 25. — The laskaVYukon-Paciflc exposi tion boosters, one hundred strong, are ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 February 1909

7ACOMA TIMES , a^MUUnO) BVBRT EVENING EXCEPT BUNDAT BY THB TAOOMA !;TiMH».pinßiiiSHnra:ooMPAinr- - OFFICE 768 COMMERCE STREET; POSTOFFICE BOX 123 'jpnf red at the poatofflce at Tacoma. VTth. as second-class matter ||j!»IJCQRAPHIC; SERVICE OF UNITED PRESS ASSOCIATIONS DIIAEC BBilMßOfflce ... "... „ ..Main 788, AI7BB ITllllnir X Circulation Ucpt. Main 783, A 1783 tlllf" I*^**.Editorial Pept-T. Main 794. A 1733 S^^'O"".' • TERMS OK HI" UHCIUPTIOIf. ; 'V-' Obmi mat a r copy, ma cents a week by carrier or by mall) M MM* a month by canter or by mail; six months by mail, »1.60; mmm year by mall, 92.70. '':■'- ■■ THE TIMES U -«aSSS£feirv OWtiY INDEFKNOKNi jS^jfa TACOMA'S ggggggggP NEWSPAPER. tf-""-TO MAIL ■trBSCRIBKns—The Oat* when your ■übaertptlon expire* |la OB the addrea* label of each pap*:-. When that date arrives If four anbaorlptlon haa not again been paid la ail imce, your ■ name It lak«n from the Mat. A ohan«e of oaU on the addreae label la a receipt V l'-' HOTICB To BVBSCRIBBRS— ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 February 1909

SEATTLE GIRL ENDS LIFE WHEN ROBBED BY LOVER; CULPRIT BEHIND THE BARS (By United PM Leased Wire.) SEATTLrE, Feb. 23. —Accus- ed of having caused one woman to take her own life and with hav ing deceived and robbed more than a score of others, Charles E. Nord iB in jail in Kansas City, Mo., facing prosecution on sev eral charges of bigamy. Among other things, it is alleged that Nord, under the name of George A. Walker, won the love of Mrs. Mac Pleitz, the daughter of Alex ander Wallace, whose home Is at 918 Cherry street, in this city, and after getting poßsefision of $1,125, FOUR THOUSAND RAILROAD MEN NEEDED IN ALASKA TO RUSH WORK ON NEW LINE (By United Press J>aspd Wire.) SEATTLE, Feb. 23.—Four thousand men will be needed dur ing the summer season for rail road construction work Jn Alas ka. M. J. Heney, the contractor, today said that he has been re quested by the promoters of the Copper River railway to ru^h the work this season, and instead cf the fifty miles which he hid con tr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 February 1909

BIG CITY JOBS ARE AWARDED All contractor are eager for ■ewer Jobs but no one wants to do grading of streets in Tacoma now. There were 11 bids receiv ed today on a sewer Job and not one on a street grading proposi tion. This ia because of a shortage of horses. In district 644 for grading South Yakima and Fifty-eixth street no bid was received. The Lister Construction com pany took the grading job on North Twenty-fifth but it includes sidewalks and they were the only bidders on that. They took the work at $6,872. The estimate was (5.998. Sharp Competition. Real competition developed on the sewer Job for North Lawrence and North Proctor streets. A. Tlgnannelli got the contract at $6,165, when the estimate was $8,751. Other bids were: Frank Ricco, $6,447; August Nelson, $7,525; D. Matheson, $7,869; A. Ferino, $7,195; M. J. Hickey, $6,951; Coast Contracting com pany, $6,995; Lister Construction company. $7,237; J. Gallucci, 96,222; Keaßal Construction com pany, $2,604; Swanson & Pete...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 February 1909

District Attorney Edwin W. Sims, Chicago, is attempting to prove in court that the Chicago packers are In a trust to keep selling prices high and buying prices low.News Item. WHY MR. MILLERWILL NOT BUST OUT HIS STUMP When C. C. Miller discovered at the city hall this morning that it would cost him $10 for a surety bond before he would be allowed to blast out eight stumps in his lots at North 43rd and Bennett sts., he thought, it queer. "I will give a personal bond and I am worth the money," said Miller. Commissioner McGregor re fused to take a personal bond, however. "Well, what kind of a graft is this the surety companies have that a citizen who is responsible must pay them $10 for nothing?" Inquired Miller. He said he was perfectly willing to make good MEKTIMa OF LAWYIMI OF PIRItTK COI'XTY TO COX SIDKR ("HOICK FOR IT. 8. JUDGE. A meeting of lawyers of the Pierce County Bar is called for Friday, February 26, 1909, at 10 o'clock a. m., in Department 2 of the Superior Court of Pierce...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 February 1909

PTING FINAL UCHES ON ELKS'* BIG PRODUCTION ••* WIGHT IN BOHEMIA" WTMi BE A TRIUMPH IN AMATKUR THEATRICALS. Final rehearsals will be held tonight and tomorrow night for Che Elks' amateur show, "A Night IB Bohemia," to be presented at the Tacoma theater Friday and Saturday evenings. Thomas P. Getz, director of the musical travesty, has announced that all Is in readiness for the presentation of the show Friday, And that he will probably elim inate the final rehearsal Thurs day, so as to give the large com pany an opportunity to rest up. A great variety of popular song bits will be interspersed with the snappy lines of the comedy, among which are "Fancy Little Nancy," "I've Taken Quite a Fan cy," "Rosalie, My Rosie," "Just Because," "So What's the Use?" "Awfully Strong for You," "When the Right Little Girl Comes Along," "Take a Car," "The Dream," "Would You?" Those in the cast of characters are: James H. Snyder, Homer F. King, Edwin M. Connor, Ma- Teacher Act^A* Sub ti for Waitress DONS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 February 1909

1 ONE CENT PER COPY 30 CENTS~PER MONTH DELIVERED AT YOUR HOME VOL. 6. NO. SO BODY OF INFANT IS BURIED IN VACANT TACOMA LOT FOURTEEN PERISH N TORNADO Whole Town Demolished By a Terrible Wind Storm in State of Arkansas. (By rntted Press lieawd Wire.) LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Feb. 24.—Fourteen persons killed, scores injured, cattle and stock destroyed and one town demolished was Hie record today of a tornado that swept Eastern Arkansas. Owing to the fury of the gale all wires roniimmication was interrupt ed and it was impossible to ohtuin the number of injured. The greatest damage was done in Fisher in Pointsett county. The town was destroyed and eight per sons were killed there, beside a great number of the inhabitants Injured. Six persons were killed in Woodruff county and courier re ports coming in at noon indicate that the Btorra is still raging and that the death roll will be aug mented. Torrential rains accompanied the tornado and wrought serious damage. gdoper~decTares garmack tried T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 February 1909

rsfas©NAß&i»gr@KiSl FftST GAME TAKEN BY THE HIGH SCHOOL Another contender with the high school basket-ball team for local honors was disposed of last night when the school boys de feated the Winged Ts by a score Of 67 to 31. The teams both put up a fast game and, although the high achol led all the way, she was kept (oing by the opposing five. Steb bins of the latter team was laid out during the game and had to retire because of injury. Y.M.G.A. TEAM OFF FOR THE NORTH Tacoma's Y. M. C. A. five went to Victoria today to tackle the fellows who recently came here •nd gave them a beating. After getting through with Victoria, the Tacoma boys will go on to Van couver and then to Bellingham be fore coming home. GAME POSTPONED TO SATURDAY The game of basketball between Tacoma and Lincoln high at Seat tle has been postponed from Fri day night until Saturday nlgbt. Lincoln was unable to play Friday. Both the first and second teams will contest. PROMISING WKLTKR WHO IS MAKING GOOD BILL McK...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 February 1909

ATTORNEYARRESTED ON FRAUD CHARGE (By United Press Leased Wire) PORTLAND, Ore., Feb. 24.— Arthur L. Campbell, a former Bos ton: attorney, is today at liberty on $1,600 bonds following his ar rest yesterday on a complaint sworn to by Postal Inspector O. C. Richeß of Boston, In connection with the alleged fraudulent use of the mails in the sale of Nevada mining stocks. The authorities in Portland STRUCK IN THE EYE WITH BAG OF MONEY; REFUSES TO ACCEPT IT BEIXTNGHAM, Wash., Feb. 24. ■—" 'You're a fine Christian. A rich man like you a bothering me for a little money like that,' he Bays to me and then he flung a wallet at me loaded down with ■liver, and It struck me In the eye, as you can see for yourself. Now I want a warrant for him. I don't care for the money, but I want him locked up. That isn't any way to treat a man." This is the recital delivered in Judge Featherwile's court today yhen H. P. Johnson, a local gro OFFICIALS OF THE STEEL TRUST ARE OPTIMISTIC (By United Press Leased Wir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 February 1909

THE TACOMA TIMES > VBUSBSD KVEBT EVENING BXOBPT SUNDAY BT TBB - Bliiiiiiiiit TAOOMA TIMES' PUBLISHING . COMPACT OFFICE—76B commerce STREET; POSTOFFICE BOX 123 MsUrod j at, the; posioftloe at Tacoma. Trash, as second-class matt*. • TBLBQRAPHIC BEKVICB OF V NITBD PRESS / ASSOCIATIONS. IDM All PC Business Office ......... „ ..Mai!n 788, AI7M I tlllral \ Clrculatio* Dept. Main 788, AI7BS/ ■I ; IIVII I-O. Editorial Dept. .Main TM, *1733 '■fe^gK'V'-'-.i-'":.' TERMS OK SI T 118CUIPTIOI*. '■'.'--". Om cent • copy, tn« = oeaU • week by c»Her or by mig» ; SO cents a month by canter or by null; sis month* by mall, f l.OO; •ste yecr by null, $2.75. v;;V-_*■;v;:-_^;v; .;*:;, Ii*SS£«THH* TIM KB 118 ■ _*362tKfe^ ONLY INDEPENDENT ' TACOMA'B °*§SiS^ > NEWSPAPER. tf^w MAIL StTHSCIUBBinS—The data when ronrsyb^pUon aspires. E Is on - the addraaa label of each pa par. -Whm^ that «ate # «*«*••. « four eubicrlptlon has not a«aln been paid :n ad.aooo, your name's H fakoo from the list A chance of dat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 February 1909

ORGANIZE SOCIETY TO ASSIST IN UPLIFTING DELINQUENT CHILDREN CITIZKNB FORM CLUB FOR SUPPRESSION OF CRIME AMONG THK YOUNG. A well attended meeting of ju venile workers, held In Judge Easterday's department of the su perior court last evening, resulted In the permanent organization of a Juvenile Aid society, with a charter membership of 25 zealous workers. Last night's meeting was mark ed by the unbounded sincerity of While 'Ri-VaU Quarael Village Cut-\/p Wins the Girl (By United Press Leased Wire) .NORTH YAKIMA, Feb. 24.— While the Beau Brummel and the gay Lothario of Nachez City, a little town ou the North Yakima and Valley railroad, were endeav oring to settle by means of Mar quis of Queensbury methods their claims upon the hand of tho fair village belle, the village "cut-up" Improved his opportunity and to day is in a fair way to win out. The trouble started at a mas querade ball. Beau Brummel took her to the ball and Lothario attempted to take her home. A duel with fists was arran...

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