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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 March 1909

BLAND MAN SHOOTS IFE; KILLS SELF BMniBLB CRIME COMMITTED JRT MAS DRIVEN INSANE} , BY U»VMRBCIPROCATBD I.OVK. n -. £ <Bjr ■ United ■ Press ! I*Med Wire.) I P» PORTLAND, Ore., March > 2.—ln s Hane' from » the ' unreciprocated • love that he bore I (or ' the ] mother of his ! three children, John Carlisle, an .ex : pert i, mechanic, - today t shot his di vorced ■ wife. Ada, i then ? killed : him i Belt':- The woman la not dangerously ;, wounded. -■- *' „-.■ ■■ . t. ■'. ,*.?<->^—. ■■'■!' ■ ■■■ .. *"■ Twice during the month that lira, Carlisle - has had charge of a room fall house ■In Portland, the husband lias appealed to ■ her to ;~ live ■* with him. .He was 45 years of age. She ■ks 42. When he went to the house, Mrs. Carl l«lu -was | standing ■' In • the -doorway, sorting out » the i laundry, ■ James |A. Qirdner, a laundry driver, Was standing beside her. -■■■■ "Let |me talk $to you - a moment," Carlisle 3 cried. ••- He was shaking - With excitement. ■ The > two stepped...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 March 1909

REAL ESTATE BUSINESS PROPERTY—VACANT LOTS—HOMES —ACREAGE FOR SALE— owner. 2H lots, of splendid garden soil, (-room house, modern, built '/. years; cost $1300, only 3 blocks from car line. Price |l«00; $500 cash, long time for bal ance. Enquire 403 California Bldg. North End Location —New B-room cottage and 2 full lots, level and cleared. North Spring water. This place is 5 blocks from Point car line. A small pay ment and easy terms can be made on balance. House Is insured for $1,000. No telephone calls consid ered. <. ' $2200 —4 choice lots on car line, all improvements paid, good terms. $1000 —2 fine corner lots on car line, all graded, nice view and North Spring water; easy terms. $600 —a good lots, cleared and east front; good view. $550 — good lots, all cleared, east front, North Spring water. John B. King 411 Bankers' Trust Bldg. AT MILTON One acre cleared with house and big barn, right on county road, good view of Tacoma and the valley. Price $850. Terms, $385 cash, balance...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 March 1909

fND DOCTOR GUILTY OF KILLING GIRL ■ ■ m. X *>£CIiAfUSS'- HE' IS - VICTIM ■OF PLOT AFTER BEING CON VICTED OF MANSLAUGHTER. •' (By Un It Ml Press ; Leased Wire.) CATHL.AMET, Wash., March 2. —"I 'am the victim of a political Mfilot."fe 14 am fe Innocent 1? and will prove It r before Ifam | through fighting this case," today declared Dr. Fred Peacock, who last night was declared guilty of manslaugh t'j f ter In the death of Madeline Long taine, 17 i years :of ' age. ■IT^^.i Sms^Tha I charge was that Dr.* Pea rft cock performed an illegal opera ajjsyon on the girl'and that she died RANSACK STORE UNDER GLARE OF AN VRC LIGHT AS BURGLAR BELL RINGS 1 i^BOLD i. THIEVES C GET "- AWAY W%%£ FROM .:. ABERDEEN -' HOUSE :-'v«irara;M bbvolvbbs.^.?,;;: . EMLD THIEVES GET AWAY FROM ABERDEEN HOUSE WITH 38 REVOLVERS. ly United Press Leased Wire.) ABERDEEN, ! March 2.—-Twen ■three revolvers, valued at $250, fEiEver* taken | from t a show case in ijf'r; Becker's sporting goods store be- Kltween^lO'and ...

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

1 ONE CENT PER COPY - 30 CENTS PER MONTH "^ DELIVERED AT YOUR HOME vol. c. no. ea CAPITAL IS BLAZE OF GLORY Ready for Great Inaug ural Ceremony To morrow—Prices • Soaring COST OP TAKING SWEKTHKAKT TO THE UIO SHOW WASHINGTON, D. C, March 3. —Following is what it will cost a young man to take his sweetheart to the big events in Washington to morrow: For ball tickets —Ten dol lars. For supper—Three dollars. For carriage-—Ten dollars. For flowers —Five dollars. He could "make out" on that, but he probably would spend a great deal more. (By XTnlt<-d Press Leased Wire.) WASHINGTON, Mar. 3. —The capital city is ready for its great quadrennial celebration and cere mony Incident to the changing of tenants at the white house. The preparations are complete and it 1b now for the weather bureau to do its part and all will be perfect. The prediction today is "fair and cooler." The weather man once more wearily explains that the word "fair" in his official language does not mean "clear" or "fai...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 March 1909

TOD ATS SPORTING I FIFTY CANDIDATES FOR THE TRACK TEAM More than fifty candidates for the high school track team gave their names to Physical Instructor B. E. Perkins yesterday, prepara . Tory to the beginning of the out door athletic training afforded the high school pupils. All the Wg meets will be held earlier than UUtl this year, and training on the field will begin as soon as the rains show a tendency to lessen. High school athletic enthusiasts lire joyous this year at the pros jtcct ot a crack team that can "do things" on the field, and some great events are promised when the local boys clash with their old rivala In Seattle. « IS THROWN IPS* J'*ittffi"mm vu v* ■'1111 BADLY ■•• Wr^ *I I ■'■.. (Bjr Unltr^f Q^eascd Wire.) ATLANTA, TSa* March 3.— While riding In ' a Marathon mo tor-paced -f bicycle , race yesterday v? George Wiley of Syracuse, N. V.. t" was: thrown from his wheel and seriously hurt. The race was the tnt of its kind ever, held here, and covered a distance of 26 mi...

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

WOMEN WIN IN FIRST ROUND FOR WRAPPED DREAD Tacoma women of the Pure Food Council won out yesterday laefore the council judiciary com mittee and i'acoma bakeries must wrap up their bread and cakes to protect them from flies and dirt if the council tonight passes the ordinance as It was recommended. There was a lively contest be fore the committee and incident ally it was hinted that there was a conspiracy on foot between the bakers' association and some gro cery men to knock out th local firm that has been wrapping its bread, thereby giving a black eye to this method of protection for the staple food product. Mr. Dickson, of Dlckson Broth ers bakery, appeared on behalf of the women, urging that wrapping the bread in paraffine paper was a sanitary measure. He said it cost but one dollar eighty-two and a half cents a thousand loaves to wrap the bread and the advertise ment more than paid, for the work. Sam McNally, attorney for the bakers, began quizzing Dickson and cited incidents whe...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 March 1909

• imi' avKinaa uom v winoa^ .. by -cm xsttss^**BOMA\xaam I r rausHUMa.' company ff- ;Itk%| pwricw^Jieß commerce street; postoffice box ias at taa poatofflc* MTtoom, TTa»h, — —eond-clw in*tUc. >$JIL»OaAPEUO BJERVICM Of U NITED PRBSB ABaOOIATIONaT , IMIAAIFC Biilmm Offlo* „ ..tUin 78S, AI7»T miiiFA'«w»»rtto« D«pt. Mai* 788, AITM IHE 7ACOMA TIMES mam bybby irniM mxokpt stnroAT bt shb VAOOMA TIMBB PDHUBHINO COMPACT ICK—7<JS OOMBfERCB STREET; POBTOFFICE BOX 188 I at thm poatofflca at Taooma. TVaab. mm Meond-elaaa matter, ftATHIC BBRVICI OF UNITED PRBBB ASSOOIATION& |i|CC B—fan— OHIO „ ... ..Main 788. AiW^ X drrnlatlo* DovC M*ln 788, Al7BB ll"-v.BdltortalDe»t. »Btala 7M. A 1733 ~~ '• TBBMS OW Bl USORIPtToIT S^^Om «BMt a copy, ■«▼•■ ceiti a week by carrier or by mall; ;*,•»;•«• m Montta by can-tar or by Mall; sis month* by mall, f lU»j „—. r*ar by, mail, BS.7S. -'^V " IB TDUBB US ;J.':," -riSSS^. •'■ ONLY INDEPENDENT - ■■ ggt^^yfOO—A'a^^j. *^^^^* NEWSPAPER. ;«*),*• ■All. ■OBWDRIB...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 March 1909

Tacoma Nurse Falls Heir to Big Estate MRS. MINNIE BOGAKDITB (IHIKS INTO POSSESSION OF ESTATE WORTH »110,000. Through the unexpected will of a long-forgotten great uncle, Mrs. Minnie Bogardus, nee Kenston, until today a nurse at the home of George Harris, 6015 South Warner street, has suddenly come Into possession of a fortune amounting to $110,000. Her uncle, Edwin Brown, a bachelor .Mini extensive vineyard grower of Los Angeles, died recently in Cal ifornia, and until yesterday his INVENTION TO FORTIFY AGAINST QUAKES (By United Press Tjeaaed Wire.) ence, when combined with the dl -BTANFORD UNIVERSITY, Cal., rectlon-recording seismograph. March 3. —Professor W. F. Dv- The object of Professor Du ■^ rand, head of the department of rand's invention will be to register mechanical engineering at Stan- the force, or speed, with which a ford, announced today that he has particle moves. With it scientists Invented a device which will doub- will be enabled to determine what ly increase the a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 March 1909

ILDWIW LEAVES I C ESTATE TO DAUGHTERS (By United Press Leaned Wire.) IA>B ANGELES, Cal.. March 3.-— 'The greater portion of the $25,000, --•00 estate of K. J. (Lucky) Baldwin, la bequeathed to Ills daughters, Mrs. Clara Stocker of Berkeley, and Mrs. Anita Baldwin McLaußhry, by the famous turfman's will, which was filed for probate today. It revealed the existence of Mrs. Bealda Belby, a third daughter of the dead horseman, who heretofore was believed to have but two chil dren. Mrs. Selby Is left only 200 acres of land In the ranoho La Pe ente. estimated as being worth $200 000. The will practically cuts off the ■Widow. THIRTEEN CRUSHED TOJ)EATH (By United Press teased Wire.) BELLUNO, Italy, March 3. — Thirteen persons were crushed to death In a landslide which burled ■cores of houses in the village of Tassel today. It is feared that Other bodies are in the ruins. HE MUST PIY ftUMONY OR SUBMIT TO ARREST Judge Clifford of the superior court issued an order this morning directing Al...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 March 1909

REAL ESTATE BUSINESS PROPERTY—VACANT LOTS—HOMES—ACREAGE Free Free Free Berkely Park Is a beautiful level tract, high and dry. only 25 minutes' ride from Tacoma's buslnrxs center, close to a julotlon of four railroads en tering the city, with a station in the PARK. St<vt>ral Industries, including a lar«;e foundry and machine shop are to he located In and close to BERKLEY PARK and a Haw and shingle mill are already v established. Now in order to advertise BKIIKLKV PARK, we will give away FHKK (wo make a small charge of not morn than $.1.00 for drnwlng up the necessary papers and pay all taxes to 11*11) a few lot.s to those calling at our office In answer to tills ad vertisement. Remember for this charge of $5 we issue a warranty deed, there are no other strings to our offer. This is fair and square. Is it not? Lots In BERKLEY PAUK are selling as high as $150 each. Better Investigate. »V Call for pamphlet No. 10. Office open evenings. MILWAUKEE INVESTMENT CO.. Inc. 318 California...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 March 1909

IOSGROVE GAINING FAST He May Be Able Within Few Days to Assume the Duties of Governor PASO ROBLEB, Cal., March 3. —Governor 8. O. Cosgrove of Washington, has struck such a rapid gait on the road to recovery that it was announced here today that within a few days, unless he •uffers a relapse, he will be able tot assume the duties of chief ex ecutive at Olympla. Dr. Frank W. Sawyer, director •f the springs where the governor to taking treatment, is authority tor the statement that the dis tinguished patient Is today not far from being a well man. On Thursday night Governor Cosgrove was about the lobby of the hotel here shaking hands with • party of Washington people. He to able to walk a little every day. His condition was considerably weakened by his trip to Olympla to take the oath of office, but that weakness will soon disappear. D SGOVERS PLOT TO TRAP YOUNG GIRLS (Bf United Press Leased Wire.) ife* CHICAGO," March 3. —After re & turning from an extensive inves tlkatlon of an a...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY . 'TVw TA^MA "• TTf ;:ll* IT^*^ CITY EDITION g 30 CENTS PER MONTH I PIH, 1 A Cvl I/V\ A 1 17VI JT*7> LUIII .^ga.? SZXPJSIXSX ';.;; DELIVERED AT YOUR HOME <■* *■ M. M-*4 M. A m>^^ V^ XTII m. M All M.M^+^S* «■■■■ 80 ut hwem wind*. . .._ _, ; .v^fc VOL. 6. NO. 63 TERRIFIC STORM PUTS DAMPER ON INAUGURAL CEREMONIES M LLIANT BALL THIS EVENING Money Spent for Gowns and Jewels for Big Inaugural Event Would Buy a Railway. L : % PRESIDENT AND MRS. TAFT TO LEAD MARCH (By United Press Leased Wire.) WASHINGTON, March 4. —President and Mrs. Taft. will make their first official appearance at a social func tion tonight, whe nthey will lead the grand march at the inaugural ball. For months •ociety of the capital, and for Bmi matter, of many other Httes, has been In a pleasur able state of excitement over the inaugural hop, and the • mount of money that will be represented in gowns and Jewels on the floor of the great pension building when the Marine band ensembles the danc...

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

sfflHssSSn2R^i«e*Bttw»«SiS* .k <<•■■*? *.T>*«,/,,... ~'iixi--^t:V>t:;t:',^!Su^i>i^.nrt?t,^l^"^^.._.' - ' • ,'j PiTTLE ROYAL 5 SET FOR SATURDAY What 1b guaranteed to be the fastest basketball game of the MMon will be played in the High School gymnasium Saturday evening between the Lincoln High school team of Seattle, and the Taeoma High school team. .The two wains, who lead the Northwent for speed and classy playing, met lest Saturday on the Seattle floor, and Lincoln won by the close score of 27 to 26. If Lincoln wins the coming game, she will be the Northwest ehamplon, but if the local five can jwcure the highest score, and they promise to flgtat like demons for the Taeoma honor, another game will be played to decide the cham pionship. As a preliminary to the big fame, the second teams of the two schools will attempt to settle their difficulties In a short con- Exporter's Ingenuity Baffled Corporatioi WATCHED GAME THROUGH i FIELD GLASSES. „-;. :,,> One of the funn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 4 March 1909

Tacoma *Booze to *Be GcstccL CITY CHEMIST'S LABORATORY TO BE TRANSFERRED INTO BOTTLE HOUSE FOR ALL KINDS OF WHISTLE-WET TER. You booze-fighters, do you know what you are drinking? The health officer thinks you do not, so he is going to try to find out. In a few days the city chem ist's laboratory will look like a first caßß bottle house and there will be all kinds of whißtle-wetter there from Bock Beer to hard CITY TAKES IP DUTIES OE A LANDLORD N. P. PROPERTY PASSES TO CONTROL OP MTJNICTPALITY AND TREASURY WWUU BE BENEPITTED BY RENTAIi. The vacation and franchise or dinances for the Northern Pacific railway were all passed last night on the depot proposition, and the deeds were accepted by the coun cil for the property turned over by the railway. On the Dock street triangle the city has some tenants and as long as they stay there the city can collect rent. There are also ten ants on some of the tideflat prop- WHITE, WHO IS BLACK, IS KEPT IN PRISON BY LIGHT AND DARK TANGLE NORTH YAKI...

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

I:THE lACOMA TIMES ÜbTHSD tTKRT BVKiaNO v iaxcKFT SUNDAY BY ihb CAOOMA TIME* POBUSHIHO COMPAJCY» ■', : ... vrnwatm—im commerce street ; postopfick box 129 -l|hmt«l:at Ist iMislnfttss si Tun «a. a TVash. as second-class matter. jIpiiWOPHIO BBRVICB Or ONITED PRESS ASSOCIATIONa aMIAkIFC Bu*laMa Office ..;;....«».».Ham 789, A 1783 niJlll A OrcidatfaMk Dopt. Main 788, At 783 L : .«di«orUl Dept, . . Main 784. A 1733 IKBMB OK Ml ÜBORIPTIOJI. r'.a>':;•->-- ■.■;:>:/■••■ ■■;; Oae 'teat ■ copy, •oven .cents a week b/ carrier or by mail) •»■ temtm a mamtk kiy carrier or by nail] six months by mail, f 150; IH|(;J*Wfifty;nßaftV^B»WU'*.-,^*^V:>''-:X'"-:- 1» ■"■ -■?■-*"". 'Vt' ■< • '.;•■ I'V^y ■ •."'-.£ ■■ <:■> •"/.'■ ■ t; '*M$ t rax timubs m '-£ag!BSg&±L ' - only independent •■■j'i- TACOMA-S *T*oggJ2P>' KICWMPAPKB. /:.;:„-<; ■ [[[ "fi*: Vs) MAIL MlßUimißßlU—Tba data when your eubacrlptlon expire* Is i»a -■ th» miiwrnm • label ■of - aaob papa:-. " Whan that data arriv...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 4 March 1909

VOTE TO CHANG THE POOL BOOM QRD NANCE Only four councllmen are op posed to opening the pool room „ doors to boys. Jamieson, Haw thorne, Kankiu and Hogberg last night opposed the movement of the pool room owners to have the ordinance amended so boys 18 years old may frequent their places when permitted by their parents. Doud, Brand, Stambaugh and Glblett all urged opening the doors to the boys. Jamieson opposed the idea. . ---He read a letter of protest from a mother of several boys. She objected to the pool room sur » roundlngs with its associates and W* Cigarettes. The council voted to % amend the ordinance, however, I and neat week an amendment {*■ will be introduced. .STOREKEEPER IS ROBBED BY - HOLDUPS i« Highwaymen entered the» con fectionery store of John J. Duffy, at the Pacific avenue entrance to the Commercial dock, at 8:15 last ! ■•> night, held up the proprietor at the point of revolvers and escap ed after robbing him of a valu "*" able gold stop-watch and a pock ) el h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 4 March 1909

Bill Finally Passed MBSPTTK WAILS OF stiung §|f KNTS, ■ MEASURE" IS ADOPT- BgSD: BY HOUSE "AND SENT TO ':>'■ SENATE..;,. -... ■;.-: ■•■_■,' -Vy, v" (Times Special Service.) '.'.', /:. OLYMPIA, March —The lib erals I exulted I and the < rin gen ; deplored In the final debate In the house this morning preceding the i t passage of the five unit amended, 2 revised, engrossed, re-engrossed, »Substitute <for 1 the substitute ! for I the 1 Nichols local 5 option bill. .» But through the triumph of the {liberals. and Bthe'.' wails ,:■ of the atringents, the bill passed with only two votes cast against it. 5 The 1 wets praised the bill as rea sonable and in compliance, with their pledges, while the drys. do* f dared its teeth had : been extract- HURT IN MAD RUNAWAY IN RAILROAD YARDS MUVKIt OP EXPRESS WAGON « THROWN FROM . HIS SKAT, tm SUSTAINING . INJURIES WHICH COMPEL. • HIM TO M TAKE TO HIS BED. : Frightened at a passing switch ngine, a team of horses hitched 6 the express wagon o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 4 March 1909

REAL ESTATE BUSINESS PROPERTY—VAC ANT LOTS—HOMES—ACREAGE Free Free . Free Berkely Park Is a beautiful level tract, high and dry. only 25 minutes' ride from Tacoma's business center, close to a Junction of four railroads en tering the city, with a station In the PARK. Several Industries, Including a largo foundry and machine shop arc to be located in and close to BEUKLKY P.AKK and a saw and shingle mill are already established. Now In order to advertise BKUKLEY PAItK, wo will five away FUKtI (we make a small charge of not moro than 5.00 for drawing up the necessary papers and pay all ta*es to 1911) a fow lots to those calling at our office in answer to this ad vertisement. Remember for this charge of $5 we issue a warranty deed, thero are no other strings to our offer. This Is fair and square, is It not? Lots In BERKLEY PARK are selling as high as $150 each. Better Investigate. Call for pamphlet No. 10. Office open evenings. MILWAUKEE INVESTMENT CO.. Inc. 318 California Bldg. Phono M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 4 March 1909

r'ar If Declared On Saloon *r That Maintain Hojces . AFTER HBARINO REPORT OF CHIEF COUNCIL TAKES AC TION TO REVOKES LICENSES OF WKT GOODS DISPEN BARIBS WHICH DO NOT OBEY THE LAW—MUST KEEP "?.:* WOMEN OUT. ;•'.;. There Is ( trouble ■ ahead < for Ta- would Investigate before , granting .V"Coma saloonkeepers. ; licenses the condition would not j|S Chief Duley has been lnvesti- exist. ,>;.: •.•;-•-.,•■«■;> '■/■'■t' •'■ -■' Iff gating, and he finds that a large Jamleson, however, called the number of the wet goods dlspen- bluff instanter. > . . ■; carles in the city are violating the "I will have the license inspec- Sbt. prohibiting boxes. ■ - tor furnish us a list of all places llpii.There Jis' no provision ' for. the where - there are . boxes 'in viola- M enforcement of this law except to tlon of law and we will recom ijMrevoke i the : licenses, so the chief mend that - their licenses be re- W& put i the matter up to the council yoked at once," said Jamleson. |lslast ni...

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

\ ONE CENT PER_COPY qp up Ti^Al* A T*F 11* V^r* C/7T EDIT/ON 30 CENTS PER MONTH 1 B 1 §— < tl /\ I ■ II V I /% 1 I /Vl I"""* V»k ' fflf||| FORK.AST: . o.»niui;»»iwj», it DELIVERED AT YOUR HOME M I IJL-* 1 /-\.W'V>^i V 1/TL 1 iITIJQ^, II ill M 1 t Friday. Moderate »outhw««t to l\ DELIVERED AT YOUR HOMIE ■m- *• .»..■—* XL A a. x T A.A. A. J& AJI T 11^4^/1 !■■■■■ « O ut i.w.-»i winds. VOL. 0. NO. 04 PRESIDENT APPOINTS CAB NET Taft's First Official A< Is the Sending of List of Advisers to Senate. (By United Press Leased Wire.) WASHINGTON, D. C, March 5. President Taft was at his desk In the executive office at the White House at 9:30 o'clock this morning. His first work was ■ending to the senate a list of his cabinet appointments for confir mation as follows: Philander C. Knox, secretary of state. Franklin MacVeagh, secretary of the treasury- Jacob M. Dickinson, secretary of war. George Yon Lengerke Meyer, secretary of the navy. George W. Wickersham, attor ney general. Char...

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