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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 February 1909

i>^^^^\j ~ j-*t^'ifl * *a^' ~'mif~> * — *^t *^ii| —— ' * "♦ ''^j*v^^* "*" ' "*" "■ " l --* h'^-o^ jp " J^ma^k H t. fl^ft 'I "^JKJP WHY BENDER TO PLAY WTH THE llbtiiu Johnny Bender, the &. backstop |Mder ,-» reservation iby Ruse Hall for a catcher this season, but who : recently wrote !he could not I play thto Mason.i as Ihe had other busi j ness'i to , look ! after, including get , ting married, has concluded that he can ; attend:' to: bis matrimonial 1 if fairs ii and ; play , ball' also,' bo he 3 las signed :up a Tacoma contract to be on hand. ; Considerable has keen expected of Bender, but whether he makes good or not re ; jnainß to be seen. Joe Collins,- an lOther. Tacoma catcher, has also •tuned up. TACOMA PLAYS IN SEATTLE TONIGHT »>-:,■ The;' Tacoma ; high - school will take a big crowd over to Seattle tonight 'to witness the basket-ball games \ between > the ' first and sec ond teams of the Tacoma and Lincoln high' schools. ,"§ * £<*. '■<;Tacoma and I Li...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 February 1909

CAMPAIGN FOR PURE FOOD WHAT TACOMA WOMEN ARE DOING IN THE GREAT AND IM PORTANT MOVEMENT: NECESSITY FOR PURE FOOD ORDIN ANCE URGED AND SOME OBJECTIONS ANSWERED. (The following conunnuication, | written by Mrs. O. O. Kills, repre-! sentiug the Tacoma l'uure Food Council, should be of vital interest to every housewife in i'limnm and to all other persons who are par ticular about what they eat. — Kditor): The interest in the Pure Food work has become so widespread and so many questions by phone and letter come to the Pure Food council, that It seems best to an swer these by a statement ef the work that 1b being done. The title, "Household Econo mics and Pure Food committee of Women's clubs, conveys an idea f*. the wide scope of the work. Nearly all clubs In the state in clude, as a part of their work, a. study of the best methods in home making. No program will bring out such a large attendance or evoke such interested discussion as one devoted to the questions of home and children. Suc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 February 1909

liTHE lACOHA TIMES I KJUDD STORY BVEJn.NG kxcktt. SUNDAY BY thb 1-- TAOOMA TIME* PUBUSHINQ COMPAXT ,'-•..; ;. ' || - i#|K3B—<r<W COMMENCE STREET; FOSTOFFICE BOX IS* Tm 'j'i —— "-■ j I aWnsd at the ; poatotfloe at Tteomt, V.'aah. m second-class matter J 3tMLaORAPHIC SERVICE OF UNITED PRESS ASSOCIATIONS I MiniiFC BotMMOaiM ••••••«•«»> ..Mala 788, AI TOT 'j ||lln|r\ CHrctiUtJo* Def*. ............ Main 788, AI7BB |1 ■ ■■Vlia-U .Editorial Da**. « . Mala 79*. * 1733 ] tesSgr.'."- ■• ■ TERMS OF. HI HBCRIPTIOH. ■J f&| Ob* i «rat ja ', copy, ■- ••▼en ■ cent* a week '. by i "an tar or by mall; jpi Matf m mußtii by 'carrier or by malls six months by mall, 91.001 «*■• yew'by maU.-fa.75. •-■,...-. -•■-.,.. .. , '.•. •• I* IHK TIMES IS u3g!t£T*>> . OITLY DTDEPKNPES» lIIIpTHE RICH GIRL PROBLEM f>< The magazines and periodicals that are printed for "the carrl-' rate trade" and cater to society with a big 3, have a new subject {•> up for discussion. .' ' . '■'■ .' ',_■- ■...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 February 1909

PPTHE SPOTUGHfI Qjlnrf^ ; r _ * sf jij NEWSundGOS'SIPoF rim &*TAGEj Tin- Evil Sprites number, "A Stubborn Cinderella at the Taconia theater tomorrow und Monday night. | • AT THE TACOMA. | » , 4 "A STUBBORN CINDERELLA." One of the leading attractions of the year will be seen at the Ta coma theater Sunday and Monday. This is the much-talked-of qual ity musical show, "A Stubborn Cinderella," by the authors of "The Time, the Place and the Girl," and other big successes, and was produced by Mort H. Singer. Regarding the production the New York Globe says: "One of the best and most amusing musical comedies of the season was presented at the Broadway last evening. There are scores of good lines and a number of catchy and attractive songs. The most popular of the latter was "When You First Kiss the Last Girl You Love.' " "UNCLE TOM'S CABIN." Stetson's "Uncle Tom's Cabin" company will pay its annual visit to Tacoma next Saturday matinee and night. This Is said to be the only large and le...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 February 1909

FARMERS OF WEST WIN VICTORY IN CONGRESS I BUG MARKET SPECIALS Here are a few Sunday dinner specials that you can buy at the public market today. Apples, 75c ■■■■p«r box to $1.25; oragnes. 2 doz. for 25c; lemons, 2 dozen for 25c; „ Sweet potatoes, ' 6 pounds for 25c; I 'i pineapples, fresh, 15c apiece; best creamery butter, 32 %c per pound; fresh ranch eggs, 25c and 27 Vie doyen; 4 chocolate and - cocoanut flayer] cakes, - three > layers, -: 20c «ach; celery, 5c bunch. lOOKSLIKEI 3 VICTORY FOR KINO p AND PIERCE 2%J'^if--■- \ ■ ■"■; -• ■■• •■' ■'■■ ' ■ • -'-' (1 Jmci Special Service.) OL-YMPIA, Feb. 27.—Palmer ibf: 1 King this morning, in the | house, led the fight ■:. to . prevent •King and Pierce counties getting 'the benefit of the taxes from rail-) road terminal and commercial nronerties •: within ■ their boun ftorfes;^-,;^:,^.:-- ;■ ..,:•- -- - J; The bill was passed by the sen ' ate and came to the house this morning, where an effort ... was , made ?to : suspend l. the . rule...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 February 1909

Nice Country Home .Ten acres good garden and fruit land, fenced with wire, close to city and car line; ".'■ acres cleared; 4 room house, barn, chicken house, 2 good wells, 100 fruit trees and patch of strawberries, for only $2,500, on terms. ■ . Five nice cleared level lota on Pa cific ay. for only $260; $50 cash and 110 m mill. One lot on the Point Defiance car line; street and sewer assessments paid for. Price $350. on terms. Five acres good fruit and garden land near city, ■ car line, graded schools and on county road, for $700 on easy terms. H. P. uwnoßin 614 Bernice Bldg. FOR BALK BY OWNER—4 acres, splendid soil. Just V, mile from car line station, graded school, fins homes all around It. For quick sale will take $125 per acre; easy terms. Inquire 403 California Bldg. $15 DOWN •7 PER MONTH HOME! i Two good lots and a new house ready to move Into, located 4 blocks from car line in a pood suburb of Tacoma. This place I a good one for the price which is only $350 if purchased at o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 February 1909

FST SUM IRIED IN ILES King County Bond* so Long Hidden Tnat Many Are Un collective (By United Press Leased Wire.) SEATTLE, Feb. *T. —Forfeited bail bonds, amounting to several thousand dollars, which should have been paid into the county treasury years ago, have been dis covered by Deputy Prosecuting Attorney John H. Perry buried in the files of the county clerk's of fice in this city. ■ "How much public money Is hidden there only laborious Inves tigation can show," said Perrj to •ay. "The greater part of It Is In bonds and obligations. To get at this or even find out how much is there requires going over the criminal docket cases from 1900 down to date. There must be thousands of dollars In obligations that can be realized upon." For a period of nine years, bonds for appearance that should have be«n. collected and turned Into the treasury have been filed away and many bave become out lawed by the statute of limitations which operates after a period of sii years. ELKS SCORE HIT IN M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 March 1909

30 CENTS PER MONTH • I ll ■"* fl /\ £ A■/W J/\ fi I fWI ■"—** f^IWW KonKr*ST: Raln fonl *bt »nd Ttt«= fipy wuiiiJJ it-iuw. xjri^i^i* a /m. /IT I/m B if I l t <lll^ll <l«y nrisk to hiKh south .hirting t» :,•: DELIVERED AT YOUR HOME '«* * * -■— 4 ■*■ A. wV/1' 11 m. M. R1 T m JL^^^« , tMUMi ><>„> uon>- wind.. . : ;-; l VOI* 6. NO. «O CAREER OF tUCK IS ENDED **£.ucky'' Baldwin, Man (Who Made Millions Without Effort, Passes Away. ifßy United Press leased Wire.) LOS ANtJELES, March I.—E. J. (Lucky) Baldwin, the noted Curfman, died at hla home at Ar cadia, shortly after 7 o'clock this morning. He was stricken with pneumonia about six weeks ago. Sectacular Career. Born on a farm about 20 miles from Hamilton, Ohio, November 2, 1828, the career of Eliaa J. (Lucky) Baldwin, was a spectacu lar one. His youth was spent on the farm where he was born, but when a young man he went to Racine, Wisconsin, and remained there until the winter of 1853, when a friend, W. H. McHenry, s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 March 1909

I '^ &^y^% T m^L I HL^^^m^. I Hr II ■ TACOMA LOSES TO SEATTLE TEAM SEATTLE, Mmrch I.—ln a (aat and very exciting game played at Woodland park yesterday the Se attle Thistles soccer football team defeated the Tacoina aggregation by two goals to nothing. The teams lined up as follows: „ Tacoma. Thistles. Cassell O McGulre Willison R B Boyle if. McDougall .L it..,. Jamioson ....KH Davies IBrown C H Patullo •Mulligan .„. .L»H Kelly «. McDougall.O R Waller McLachltn ....I R... Jefferson Graham C Haddon Orean I L,. .. Masterson Olbson O I. Mllligan Referee, S. F. Thompson. OLYMPIA GIRL TAKE SECOND GAME Olympla high school gfrls are too much for Tacoma. They came up Saturday and defeated the Puget Sound university five at basket-hall on their own floor, thus giving them their second de feat this season. The score was tied afKhe end of the regular play- Ing period but in the extension the Olympia girls ran up two points, giving them victory by 12 to 10. Scrappy Tim Hurst Loves Cincinnat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 March 1909

WIDELY DIVERGENT OPINIONS ON MUSIC FOR TAFFS INAUGURATION (By United Press leased Wire.)' ! NEW YORK, March I.—Band masters throughout the United States today expressed their opin ions as to the most fitting air to be played as the musicians In the inaugural parade next Thursday pass Mr. Taft's reviewing stand. The airs selected include from "On the Banks of the , Wabash" to "Dixie." "Dixie" was chosen by Charles Uhrlg, drum major of the crack First Kentucky Infantry band at Louisville. < From Cincinnati comes the re port that John C. Weber selected "Auld Lang Syne and George E. Smith, another noted leader, pro posed to play "Sweethearts" as a tribute to both the president-elect and his wife. "Honey Boy" as typloal of the Taft smile, was the selection of Joseph C. I.Milder, composer and bandmaster at Milwaukee. "John nie" Hands at Chicago believes that "This Is No Time for Mirth Nor Laughter; the Cold Gray Dawn of the Morning After," the refreshing refrain on "Remorse" in the "Su...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 March 1909

WtHE lACOMA TIMES I rarimn wvwks wvmtnua bxokft bukdat bt in I TAOOMA TUUH PUBLISHING OOMPAJTV | mnCK—IOH COMMERCE STREET; I'OSTOFFIOE BOX 188 ■• ' I |pl»t«r»d-at the poetoffloe at Taooma.- V.'aah. m aeeond-claaa matter, i TBUMHIAPHIC " BXRVICB OF . UNITED PRESS ASSOCIATIONS. * ■tlifnirc "~~— Ottlc. , „, ..Mate "** *""* Ullnir^ ClroteUoa. De*. Main 788, A 1783 '^*?™yi"a:y.»Utort«lD« i> t. .'. .....,,Mate 7M. AJUSS K&^./.:. TKBMS OF HI HSCIUPTION. .'. . "~ jp{;AH'«Mt m ton. Mm cents • wtek By canter or. By buOli [!•• eastta • moMth by carrier or by aaail; six months by mail. 91.501 i «M |Mt by nail, fM^^-^^-^^^-r'^^y^f--^^:; ■■■;-;■.■. m THUM lit ..■;■',,^3ssl^ oKi.yiNDKFBin»EW* . . . jfcV.^-gAOOMA*. "^SiSSf** MCWBPArKB. i. •» BAIL inieanmi-TiM (IK wfeea your aa»>ortpUon aspires E> Is i«a'. UM lUna label •of woh pap*.-. When ■ that dale - arrive*. If ) f.-s Ms* •naaorlDtlon baa not again been paid in adaaoe. your name la tlairam {■» Ift. A abanjre at daw on th« addreu la...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 March 1909

HOLDUP MAN FORCES YOUNG WOMAN TO TAKE A STROLL WITH HIM Evidence that a social degen erate is operating In Tacoma in the guise of a hold-up man has again been brought to the atten tion of the police by the reported hold-up of Miss Josephine Ham mond at South Sixth and Warner streets last Friday evening. Ac cording to Miss Hammond she had Just alighted from a car when EIVE-CENI THEATERS THROTTLED BY TRIIS (By United Press Leased Wire.) SAN FRANCISCO, March I.— Nickelodeon and moving picture theater owners today are appeal-. Ing to Independent companies sup plying moving picture films to save them from what Is termed an attempt by the so-called moving picture trust to force arbitrarily high prices on them. The pro prietors allege they will be com Olympia Beauty Spot Made National Park (Ry United Press l,.asi<l Wire.) WASHINGTON, D. C, March 1. —The president has set aside 460,000 acres of land, comprising a fine scenic area in the Olympic mountains, as a national park. The reservat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 March 1909

Xl STAYS ON GARETTES I iIfYMPIA, March I.—The sen ► this morning with a fine burst if moral eloquence, upheld the Inlversal Infamy of the cigarette Sy refusing to amend the criminal coda so that a person of mature ■ in In this state might purchase I without a legal barter by ing advantage of the Interstate imcrce law and appealing to Portland tobacco dealers. Senator flllen of King county pleaded for She aurvivors of cigarettes who bad passed the age of 21 years. H« was seconded by Booth of jKlng and Graves of Spokane , brought Mb precise logic to but tress the association of Allen and •Booth. Cotterill of King led the rban forces against the cigarette mud the cigarette lost out by a jrote of 22 to if.. I Moriarty, likewise arose trl imphant when the senate came to c code clause which would per jnlt six-round prize lights or box BUSINESS MEN TAKE lUP IMPERIAL PROJECT H H jS£k% committee of Tacoraa busl- I ™»ess *>men this afternoon started I raout securing subscriptions for the ■...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 March 1909

: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS PROPERTY—VAC ANT HOMES—ACREAGE Don't Wait But get In and buy while the opportunity presents Itself. Lots on So. 35th St.. near car line, for only $150 each, on easy terms. These lots are sure to double In value within a very short time, because they are In walking distance of the N. P. and U. P. shops and yards and manufacturing; district. Investors look this up. E. F. Gregory Co., Inc. •. & warn m. r. omkkw* 120 Twelfth Street HOTEL IS THE THING THE SEATTLE WORLD'S FAIR IS COMING That means that during the next summer there will he great de mand for rooms. In the meantime sevcrul transcontinental railroads will be busy spending MILLIONS OF DOLLARS In making • TACOMA THE GREATEST TERMINAL CITY ON THK PACIFIC COAST; many new factories will inevitably follow, and TACOMA WILL BECOME THE MOST FREQUENTED CITY IN THE NORTHWEST. As it Is, hotels return 10 to 15 per cent net on the Investment, but with the big things coming our way the profits In the HOTEL BUSINES...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 March 1909

rICTED LAWYER AGAIN RESUMES HIS FIGHT FOR FREEDOM NEW YORK, March I.—-Albert T. Patrick, the lawyer who was convicted of murder In the first degree for the killing of William Marsh Rice, a millionaire, more than eight years ago, emerged once more from Sing Sing prison today and appeared in the su preme court in Brooklyn to take "up his fight for freedom for the twenty-third time. Patrick's long incarceration and his unceasing work over the law books in his cell, have left their marks on him until his former friends could scarcely believe that FORCED AT POINT OF GUN TO ROB BANK AND FLEE TO EUROPE KAN ACQUITTED OF IMl'.r/ -§r» ZLJNG & funds c lll.is A STRANGE TALE.";;■_■.. .. "?; ..,,; 1 . i ,J. J j.,-;,.'.•' :.,-.•,;;, "'■ £5 (By <. United Press Leased Wire.) PgLITTLE ROCK, Ark., March. 1. —Tbe story of C. R. Austin, for " merly an official of the . Mineral Springs bank, that he was com l pelled to rob the bank by masked ,men and then leave for Europe, is 'being investigated t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 March 1909

f ONE CENTPERXOFV TVir^ HH a A Tllfr»r» C/7Y EDITION 30 CENTS PER MONTH I f|l~l I /V L-A } /Vl A I I/V|H.^> BEGS .^w^r^.'S^.."'® DELIVERED AT YOUR HOME ■*■ <■■ Ml U JL 1. A. V^ X T 11 Jk 1 11! IMCI ImlbM mostly northerly. VOL. 6. NO. 61 CURTAIN DROPPING ON ROOSEVELT: GLOOM PERVADES CAPITAL TRAGEDY N BURNING MINE Fourteen Are Horribly Burned, Two Die and Others Hanage to Escape (By United Press Leased Wire.) PITTSTON, Pa., March 2.— The" lives of forty-two men were Jeopardized by a Rat* explosion in a shaft of the South Creek slope colliery of the Pennsylvania Coal company, at Port Urifnth today. Fourteen men, terribly burned, eral of whom cannot recover, ■were taken from the mine within an hour after the accident. several of whom cannot recover, an hour after the accident. II" others escaped later by various exits. Two miner* are dead and one iiiissiiiK as a result of the ex plosion. The inner workings of the mine caught fire after the explosion. The day shift had been at work...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 March 1909

Sfa§©NAßftl»Sr®Kls «F W LL FIGHT IF HE CAN GET IN CONDITION (By Waited Press Leased Wire.) CHICAGO, March 2.—fin route to New York to open a »audevillo •ncaffament, Jim Jeffries, the aever-defeated prize nghter, stop ped long enough to Bay: "I will fight Jack Johnson for the heavy weight championship If I am able 'to get into condition to do myself * Justice." ■ Whether he means this or »Whether it is dictated by his the atrical managers for advertising tynrpbaea la left for the public to Km, BALL TOSSERS TAKING OUT KINKS t (By United Press Leased Wire.) SAN FRANCISCO, March 2. — . The local Coast baseball league boasted a large assortment of ball toseers today. The Seals, wlio had started work at 10 o'clock, were Joined by Comiskey's White | Sox an hour later and a bigger as sortment of baseball stars would be hard to find on any man's dia mond. Comiskey's boys donned their uniforms for the first time this season. They scarcely did more than warm up kinky whips while; • few with st...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 March 1909

T. R.'S OYSTER BAY HOUSE WASHINGTON, D. C, March 2. —Teddy bears and big sticks and Buffalo robes, boxing gloves and elkhorn chairs, books and papers oh, tons of 'em—saddles and guns and khaki suits and cam paign hats—l tell you, it's busy days around the white house these times, for moving month has come Moving month is the word— yes, month. Shades of Ananias! you couldn't move all that truck In the longest day In the Antarc tic calendar. For Roosevelt Is packing up the presents sent him from time to time during the *<st Beven years by citizens and citi zenesses of a grateful republic. Moving vans are groaning be tween the white house and the de pot. Baggage smashers are swear- Ing and sweating all the day from Washington to Oyster Bay. Every departing freight train carries its load for the little homestead on Long island. "Bully," says Pa Roosevelt, as he absent-mindedly jams a stuff ed moose in a packing box on top of his dress suit, and a top hat or two. "Great. We'll have th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 March 1909

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 March 1909

INSANE MAN TRIES FOUR - TIMES TO PUT AN END TO HIS LIFE, BUT FAILS * fcl ! — ■■■- I BANGS HIMSELF THRICE IN «i:m, OP jail and THEN ATTEMPTS TO CUT AN AR TERYIS SAVED BY THE X JAILER. (By United Press 1,.-as«,i Wire.) NORTH YAKIMA, March 2.— Confined in the county jail be cause It was believed he was on the verge of delirium tremens, S. "Sutherland, a laborer, is alive to day after having made four des perate attempts to take bis own life in his cell yesterday. Shortly after being locked up, the jailer was aroused by the noise of a fall, 'and hurrying to the cell occupied by Sutherland, discovered that the man had hanged himself with a Mhecktie, but the cloth broke. Then the would-be suicide tried to strangle himself with his sus penders but they, too, broke. The leather strings in the man's shoes were next brought into requisition and Sutherland hanged .himself with these. The jailer rescued him just as he was lapsing Mnto unconsciousness. Sutherland's last attempt was made with a c...

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