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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 February 1909

WOMAN ! BADLY j BEATEN , <B» United Press leased Wire) | SEATTLE, Feb. 24.—Senseless ! ad with her face beaten to a J ihapelesß mass, the body of a half j MTeed Indian woman was found at f .c foot of a flight of stairs in the •w Central hotel by a roomer who immediately notified the po lice. Officers soon thereafter arrest ed Robert Cartwrlght, son of one of the wealthier man of Snohom lah county, who was found In a barber shop washing blood from ills hands. He admitted striking the woman, saying he had used a! beer bottle as a weapon, but Claims she first attacked him with • knife. TWELFTH STREET CLUB GETTING RESULTS Assistant Postmaster Frank L. Stocking last night discussed the postal savings bank plan before 1 the Twelfth Street Improvement club and the reception given him Indicated the sentiment practical ly unanimous for the plan. Mr. Stocking was tnvtted to address the club next week on the parcels post. The club will ask the council •ext week to change the name of Bar str...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 February 1909

OIL TRUST MAKES NEW MOVE TO SIDESTEP BIG FINE IN FAMOUS CASE ' CHICAGO, Feb. 24.—Making a motion, which if sustained wolud reduce the Standard OH com pany's liability to fines, if again convicted, from $29,240,00 to $"25,000, Attorney Miller, for the Rockefeller concern, today charg ed In the trial of the famous re toate case that the government Is abusing the Elklns act so as to WANT ENTIRE FLEET ON WESTERN COAST '{by United Press leased Wire) WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 24. -—Strategists are opposed to send ing half of the 'baltleship fleet to the Pacific coast and a movement Is on foot today to have the en tire fleet stationed on the west ern ocast. An authority said today. "The Pacific coast should be JULY 3 IS TACOMA DAY AT THE FAIR Married As a Joke 'JfttTTTE BUSINESS MAN AND LOS ANGELES (JIIIL "CALL" BLUFF OF RICH WOMAN AND WEJ>. <Isy United Press Leaded Wire) BUTTE, Mont., Feb. 24.—Phil lip Carr, a business man of this city, and his bride, formerly Miss Virginia King, of Lo...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 February 1909

R TOMBED EN ARE SAVED After 24 Hours' Work, Vine Men Trapped in Seattle Sewer vSS!^''*,''' .■' i'V-*'' > Are Freed. - ■- (By TnitrA Prea* l>Med Wire) SEATTLE, Feb. 24 —After hav ing been Imprisoned- forty feet be neath the surface of the earth for nearly 24 hours, In Imminent dan ger of being crushed to death by the tons of dirt and timbers that hung menacingly above their neads, the nine workmen who ■were yesterday morning buried by a cave-in of the North Trunk •ewer near the exposition grounds, were liberated at 8. o'clock this morning. All day yesterday and through otu the night rescue parties work ad with all haste to reach the entombed workmen and this morning their efforts were re warded when the drift which they had been running broke through into the narrow chamber that held their comrades prisoners. When led from the tunnpl this morning, the rescued men showed no 111 effects from their terrible experience. Scores of relatives and friends who had been watch- Ing and wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 February 1909

ONE CENT PER COPY 30 CENTS PER MONTH " DELIVERED AT YOUR HOME VOL. 6. NO. 57 Heney On the Alert, Tearing Another AttacK On His Life EATING UP STATE'S MONEY Reckless Expenditures for the Printing of Worthless State Documents (Times Special Service.) OL.YMPIA, Feb. 25. —Members of the printing committee of both the house and senate are begin ning to wonder Just how many thousands of dollars have been literally thrown away in useless printing by the state. Since Washington became a state, state printing has been done on a lav ish scale and now it requires $45, --000 a year to satisfy the state printer. Tons and ton of state literature have been burned; offices of the capltol are loaded down with books, pamphlets and the like that have never been opened and never will be. Every time there is a house cleaning wagon loads of books are taken to the furn ace. The money could not have t>een wasted more effectively had It been taken down to one of Olympiads rlckoty docks and heaved into th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 February 1909

I k. Jflii i ifsft i^^^^^^k. Uv »s^^ I r ARTICLES FOR SIX-DAY SKATING RACE IN TACOMA >ROFBBBIONAIi SKATERS DB CXDH TO hold contest WITHIN " XHXT SO - I»AYH— FIBHT IN HISTORY OF Til KOKTHWKST. 1%. Articles war* signed> today for I • six-day: roller. skating race, to b« pulled off at the I Glide , rink ♦within : the 1 next thirty days i be f tween W. H. Robinson and . Roy "Opple, local ! professional | skater*. The race will be a go-as-you-please endurance i test, and ' the , first "of i*» Mod to be held in the North west. Both competitors will hAvo six day* and six : nights In 'which **• *, skat*- ' as ,- many * hours as' they ■: can \ endure. - The -, man i covering th« greatest distance wins.': : , v,- - A side bet Jof t $250 each has already been . placed, and the net apoesefle of the ■ race will be ■ di ;T**«d In the ratio of GO per cent for (he winner and 40 per cent for th* loser. The winner of the race will $i represent Tacoma| in ■< the Marathons to be pulled off In ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 February 1909

IRE-ELECT VODER 1 SUPERINTENDENT AND RAISE PAY BOARD OP EDUCATION AGAIN NAMES \\ KM, KNOWN EDU CATOR TO DIRECT WORK OF SCHOOLS. Declaring that be was the choice of 90 per cent of the cltl eens of Taeoma, and that his work proved him to be the best available man for the place, the Taeoma school board yesterday re-elected A. H. Voder superin tendent of the city schools. The board placed a further stamp of approval on the work of Mr. Yod»r, who has now served the city for three years, by raising his MEN OF THE FLEET HOT UNDER COLLAR BXI'HKSS INDIGNATION OVKK OIU)ER KKQUIRING THEM TO SUBMIT PKRSOXAIi EF FECTS TO INSPECTION. (By United Press Leased Wire.) HAMPTON, Va., Feb. 25.— Indignation meetings are being held today among the officers and men of the battleship fleet over what is deemed the Interference of the treasury department with on* of the long established cus toms of the navy. Recently the treasury officials decided that sailors must pay duty on all trin kets brought by them af...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 February 1909

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 February 1909

FIST FIGHT IN LEGISLATIVE HALLS (By United Press Leased Wire.) SACRAMENTO, Cal., Feb. 26. — After an attack on Senator Le roy A. Wright and a San Fran cisco newspaperman .by George N. Mcßae, a lobbyist, last night in the capital, a lively sequel is pre dicted {or tonight when the Islals creek bills over which the trou ble started, comes up before the assembly committee on finance and navigation. The newspaperman was inter viewing Mcßae over the alleged passage of money to legislators to secure the defeat of the bill. Mcßae became angry and struck tha reporter. Wright who was present attempted to interfere and received a punch on the Jaw. SWINDLER ARRESTED ((fir United Press Leased Wire.) SEATTLE, Feb. 25.—After a remarkable ohase extending over a period of more than six months, Plnkerton detectives have arrest ed F. B, Freeman, a former mer chant of Cleveland, 0., and he will be taken East at once. Freeman was located yesterday at a lumber oamp near Barneston where he waa running a ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 February 1909

I MAN WHO STOLE STREET CAR i IS RELEASED ON PROMISE TO BEHAVE HIMSELF 7. If. Tanksley, the young man %bo stole a street car from the Tacoma Railway & Power com pany's barns two weeks ago, pleaded guilty before Judge Kuterday In the superior court Naterday afternoon, and was al lowed his freedom on suspended Sentence, after taking the oath to abstain from strong drink and cig arettes for the next nine years. The suspended sentence was Lion ZSamer Fails li!iP3^?viV:'.'-v: •:'zl±L-i-'. ■-■■' ■', - '■- '" -; ■"• *■■ ■ -' ■ " WsmiTOK%scLfne-jHi4' Wife (By United Press Leased Wire.) SAM JOSE, Cal., Feb. 25.—The failure of a lion tamer to tame his wife by alleged cruelty and Abase was revealed today by the news that Mrs. Emma Schell has Bled suit for divorce from her husband. In addition to asking a division of property and counsel fees, Mrs. Schell asks as alimony $100 and two trained lions with which the couple have toured the world. The better class patronize Prince's "Homepnonlt—to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 February 1909

KILLS RANCHER WITH AXE, CUTS WOMAN'S THROAT AND SETS HOUSE AFIRE r NAPA, C«I., Feb. 25.— After killing an employe on the ranch of Captain J. jr. Bruce near Oakvllle with an axe, cutting the throat of the victim's wife, Hi ing their „ house and ' then attempting suicide early today a foreman by the name of Wallace was brought to the county in firmary this afternoon. Wallace was unable to talk when he arrived here and is In a critical condition. The came of the > murder and 3 . arson could not be ascertain % cd. Word was) received here that the woman will recover. DAVE GROSS HOME FROM EUROPE Dave Gross, one of Tacoma's most prominent "business men, and his son have returned from an ex tended trip to Europe and are now greeting friends and ac quaintances. They were away about a year, and visited most of the points of interest across the water. Mr. Gross, who accom panied them, has not yet arrived In Tacoma, having remained in California for a brief visit. : ■ BROUGHT HERE TO FACE CH...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 February 1909

PIOOL CODE BILL JUST PUSHED THROUGH ■ (Time* Special Service.) OLYMPIA, Feb. 25. —The hap ; py-go-lucky dfcys of the legislature have begun, when every man Is looking out for bis own bills and ttot giving a hoot for those of his colleagues, whether they are good, bad or indifferent, so that what legislation goes through from now on, unless it be of some notoriety, Will depend entirely upon Provi dence for its rectitude. Take the school code, passed by the senate. The code is a bulky document of the typographical proportions of a Laura Jean Lib bey novel; a measure of vital im portance to the public school and full of pedagogical kinks and twists. The senate- considered this measure at a night session with a bare working quorum that frequently dropped off below the constitutional number. The reading of the bill after the first few pages degenerated Into a farcical hop, skip and jump on the part of the reading clerk, aided and abetted by the senators. The reading clerk would read thre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 February 1909

ONE CENT PER COPY 30 CENTS PER MONTH DELIVERED AT YOUR HOME VOL. 6. NO. 9»- *>V' CHEER UP! Work Is Actually Started On N. P. Depot Job; CHEER UP! HUDSON S I FAVORED ; BY BAR ,Well-Known Tacoma At f| torney Endorsed for '• the New Federal Judgeship. • «T BMGHT MAJORITY WAR BURTON IS ENDORSED FOR SUPREME COURT OVER PARKER. At a turbulent meeting of the Pierce County Bar association held In Department No. 1 of the superior court this morning, R. O. Hudson, the well-known attor ney, was endorsed by an over whelming majority for the posi tion of Federal judge of t*e Western district of Washington, and Stanton Warburton was fav ored by a bare lead of three votes for the supreme judgeshlp to fill one of the two berths recently created by the legislature. Five ballots were taken In order to get a majority for each candidate, the final vote standing 55 to 52 be tween Warburton and E. N. Park er. Hudson's Rig Lead. The result of the vote by which Mr. Hudson was chosen as the Pierce county ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 February 1909

.-; , jtlL.^^^^^^^r <Wb _ 'i-"i^ 1 d^^Wk r a^A^if ■ — ' _ _ A^^^ _t 'Ik • ' _* . 1^ta- . pj *. ' A *"■• "i - ■v^bL~ '^ ■ A » * . -^ s WHITE SOX I COMING I WEST ■ ratr United Press Leased Wire.) I CHICAGO, Feb. 26.- —The IWhite Sox special, with a delega on or tans, will depart «or the ftclflc coast over the Northwest lem railroad at six o'clock this reaing. The train will arrive in l*a Francisco at eight o'clock on th* evening of March 1. The outfit includes all the ■quad practically and many young eastern stars who have signed to »lay in the Pacific coast league daring the coming season. TACOMA AGAIN DEFEATED I (By United Press Leased Wire.) \ VANCOUVER, B. C, Feb. 26.— JVancouver defeated Tacoma in a ■ rough and tumble game of basket- ImII here last night 24 to 15, and moved up to an even place with Victoria in the Northwest league nee. Vancouver will meet Victoria tonight and play off their tie. COULON • ATTELL MATCH IN S|GHT BAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 2(5. — The prospects of a match...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 February 1909

AMERICA WINS FIGHT FOR INTERNATIONAL TRIBUNAL (By tlnlted Press Leased Wire.) LONDON, Feb. 26. —That the American delegates to the Inter national naval conference won every point for which they con tested was the semi-official state ment made here today. American delegates. Rear Admiral Stockton and Professor Wilson of Brown university, are given the credit for forcing concessions to a pro gram toward subordinating the interests of belligerents to those of neutrals. The agreement marks the greatest advancement yet made To Hold School At Exposition (Ny United Press Leased Wire.) SEATTLE, Feb. 26. —Daily demonstrations of the course of study and work of the public schools of Washington, with all manual arts and other branches from the kindergarten to the high school, In a building devoted to the purpose, will be a feature of the Alaska-Yukon-Paciflc expo sition. The educational department of the state committee will hold a meeting today to formulate plans for carrying out the novel de...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 February 1909

WTHE TACOMA TIMES' iOnninii iiibiii KVIOfMO iiri-irrT SUNDAY BT 9BM iS^^S^^, TAOOMA ', TIMES PUBLISHING COMPACT V. ;,. - - ; [ * WFICn—76B COMMERCE STREET; rOSTOFFICE BOX 128 ;*;f Estared at the poatofflca atTacoma.yrash.a» Mcond-claaa matt*.; jrt^KQRAPHIO BEKVICB OF UNITED PRESS ASSOCIATIONS. DHAIICr Btmtatmm Offlf - », ..Mala 788. AITSB InllN OmUmlJoii Deat. , Main 788. Allß3 ■ MVHt-O .Editorial Pcj.«7T. ...Mala 784. AiTM H&SiS^S TBKHB OK SUBSCRIPTION. ' . ." ''•'' Om cent > copy, iera eeoti a week by canter or by malll Ml oaaU a month by carrier or by mail; six months by mail, f 1.60| baa y*a* by 88.75. fSp she ' TIMES v» siffiSKlr^, only INDEPENDENT [f||§g|f; ; TACOMA'S ;/,'■ • *J^3SSij3^ NEWSPAPER. •TO MAIL ■tr»aCRIBKKS—Tha data when Tour «üb«crtpHon a*p!raa »• M th. addr... lab.! of eacb P« :-. Whan that data *"'"». .« roar •vhaerlptloa bu not wls baan paid Jn ad. anca, your «■»• tt tafia from tha llat. A ehansra of flat* on th« addraaa label la a raoalpt I ■. IfOTICM T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 February 1909

HOUSE PUTS STOP TO ABUSE OE PRESIDENT (By United Press Leased Wire.) WASHINGTON, Feb. 26, —By 153 to 41 the house yesterday showed its opposition to Presi dent Roosevelt by knocking out the change he desired In the civil appropriation bill on secret ser vice. The old provision to which the president objected was re tained and the congressmen got so abusive of the president in discussing the matter that Mr. Cook of Colorado was stopped in his speech and denied the floor longer. In discussing the presi dent Cook said: "In all this fuss and feathers of the whole administration, the president and his pliant attorney general have not sent a single plutocrat to the penitentiary. "It is unfortunate not only for President Roosevelt, but also for the country, that he has not a legal mind and no equipoise of ALLEGED PORTLAND BANK ROBBER IS TAKEN INTO CUSTODY IN THIS CITY Believed to be one of the men 'who held up the East Side bank In Portland some months ago and robbed It of $27,000, Charles...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 February 1909

GOVERNOR PARDONS NEWSPAPER EDITORS AND PRAISES THEM (By United Press Leased 'Wire.) : FRANKFORT, Feb. News papers throughout the state today i »re I commenting ' favorably upon 1 | the i action of Governor 'Augustus i Willson, who ■ yesterday pardoned i the s publishers of the Louisville I , Herald, charged ,in | two , counties : with criminally libelling Judge Thomas IP. ;: Cook * and Common- . wealth; Attorney. D.; P. Smith In i connection S with i the ; night rider ; trials in Western Kentucky. I i ,^ In j pardoning --", the newspaper . TO LAUNCH NEW CLAN •?l "fi*,,' *=■■/ __________ The newly organized Clan Gor don will be launched and the of ficers installed Saturday night, when A. G. Blndlay of Seattle, royal deputy to the order of Scot tish« Cleans, followed by a large "Seattle delegation and a number !of t Scots ■ from ; Portland, will be present. The ceremonies will be held lin Maccabee hall, beginning at 8 o'clock. -;.■,•■■ a. " : M Spray pumps and spray. Taco -Ima I Imp. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 February 1909

FIND ROOM FULL OF LOOT After Officers Locate Plunder, Woman Con fesses to Many Thefts. (Hy United Press Loosed \\ir<\) SEATTLE, Feb. 26. —Margaret MoClellan, alias Mrs. Frank Bo land, alias Mrs. Edward Stubley, wife or companion of Edward Stubley, the Englishman now held by the United State* postofflce inspectors here on a charge of us ing the malls to defraud, has been arrested as his accomplice. In the woman's room loot worth hundreds of dollars was recov ered. With the arrest of Stub ley's companion two thefts that have for more than a year puzzled the police, were cleared up. In the woman's trunk jewelry which was missed from the Pacific block and Peoples Savings Bank building was found. The Stubley woman admitted to the police that she had taken the articles from rooms in the buildings while she was employed as a scrub woman. Detectives claim to have learn ed that Stubley, whose police rec ord reaches from Portland to Brit ish Columbia, has on dpposit in Seattle banks thousa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 February 1909

FILL PERMITS TIMBER STEAL OLYMPIA, Feb. 26.—The state : papitel \ bill which . has passed the k*ute and is now before the sen -1 ate : conceals behind , its - demure- I Son i and 4 plausibility j one of the J loveliest, little • timber J grabs that Baa been conceived in some time a/n* bill t purports te be In the in H tarest ■of i erecting at some future time a new state oapltol at Olym l pU, ; the | funds to be derived ■by £ the sal* ,of i the; timber lands -. in ; the Olympic - region, which are lieid by the state as state capltol lands.trfec^--. ■ ■• . The bill ■• changes ■ the present law so that the land and timber flan be bought at once Instead of separately, as -Is now * necessary, And removes the provision requir ing that when the timber is bought ft must be taken away in five ■•years.. . There are a whole lot of figures showing what the state :~i owes lon ' the : new capitol founda tion, how the interest charges are eating into the fund,'and how the {Mate :Is I annually los...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 February 1909

ONE CENT PER COPY 30 CENTS PER MONTH DELIVERED AT YOUR HOME vol. c. no. s» WOMAN S RULER OF OREGON Secretary to Chamber lain Now Executive Officer-Governor Resigns (By United Press leased Wire.) SALEM, Ore., Feb. 27. —Gov- ernor Chamberlain left the execu tive mansion at 9:15 this morn ing and practically ceased to be governor. He left his resigna tion in the hands of his private secretary, Mrs. C. B. Shelton, who has the state of Oregon in her hands. Chamberlain will soon leave for Washington to take up the duties of United States sen ator. Mrs. Shelton, In answering some, perhaps rather impertinent questions, as to how it felt to be governor, said, as she pushed a dainty shoe from beneath her skirt: "I want to fill the governor's shoes, and he really has a small foot. I fear the principal trouble will be in trying to fill his hat." The governor's resignation will be filed at 4 o'clock Monday and the only woman who ever presid ed over the destinies of a Btate will go out of busines...

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