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

WTODAY'S SPORTING NEWS w W JEFFRIES IS NOTHING BUT A 250-LB BABY, SAYS HIS DUTIFUL WIFE (By United Press leased Wire.) NEW YORK, March 5. —"Jim Jeffries Is nothing but a big baby. Just a great big 250 pound baby." The statement was not made by Jack Johnson or any other great .White (or black) light of the ring, but by Mra. James J., who today discussed her husband's prospects of re-entering the flght ? ing game. " "Some of the papers have said that Jim would fight on my 'say ' .-.IK),' and that he left the ring for me," continued Mrs. Jeffries. - 4<That Isn't true. He quit fight <J Ing because he tired of It. Hn IHOW'D YOU LIKE TO BE "IF WHEN THE PRESSURE IS ON? THE DEADLY "FACE LOCK." ! Opponents of Fred Beell, the ; Wisconsi nhnrricane, know bow ( It feels to be caught in the dead i It hold known to wrestlers as the ""face lock." John Billeter, niatch- I ed with Eugene Tremblay for the lightweight championship of the .world, is here shown applying the hold to his wrestling p...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 March 1909

Where Will New Shops Be Located? THIS IS QITESTION IN WHICH TACOMA IB VITALITY IMKIt- BOTKD JUST NOW—Mo\ kmi,,\ I s OF MILWAUKEE CIX)BEL,Y WATCHEI>—EAHMNG MAKES THIP UP TACOMA EASTERN —MAKES ANNOUNCEMENT OF IMPROVEMENTS. President Barling this morning went up on the Tacoma Eastern to look over a big sawmill in which the Milwaukee is interest ed, on the Nlsqually river. There was some speculation a few months ago about the Mil waukee shops being located out in the vicinity of thin property, in order that they might be operated by power to be generated on the lower Nlsqually river, but no in timation has been given by Presi dent Earllng as to where the main •hops will be located perman ently. Mr. Barling has announced that small shops for Immediate repair work will be erected on the land of the company, on the Puyallup river, and, In addition to the Oriental warehouses, for which bids were opened in Seattle yes terday, a general warehouse, a ferry slip, lumber docks and an outside ...

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

WWhb lAtzunA times 'tQKimiiD t imx s ■vrnuia iniirt ,'■ Sunday ;: bt ; xbb | TAOMfA ;,Tiiaai-pcSStaHa:ooifrAirt-----v '~; ■' ;| M tlfflCli —TOT COMMERCE STREET; PO6TOFFIQB BOX 18* 1 • Ipijtared at the jpostof flee at Taco *Va»h. as s«con6-«lase7 matte*. T irattJBGRAPHIO BBRVICT OF UNITED PRBM .ASSOCIATIONS. [« MlflllFC BnaUMMS Office .......... M v.Maln 78S. A 178& *• I Illinil OlrculaUoi. Dept. .....Main 788, AI7BS * vl I*-*/-Editorial Pept. ........... . .Main 7P4. A1T8» XBBMB OK HI'BBCIRIPTioiir A ™ SHE «■•;•••*■• copy, seven cento • weak by carrier or by maili » eeau ■ month by carrier or by mall ate month* by mall. «1.50| mjm» re» by mall. <aTS. XHUB TIMES IB ifV?f!fft vl> ONLY INDKPENDKNI I TACOMA'B NKWBPAPER. I .. 35? .¥ Alt "WMiiM—The date when your ■übaerlptlon explrea I "_•■ *«>• addreia label of each pape\ When that data arrive*. If f tS£L."S btorlUo?. haa not again been paid In ad ance, your name la Men from th» Hat A obanara of datj on the addre» label la a...

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

CHURCHES TO RAISE $2,000,000 FUND PLAN TO ACCUMULATE LARGE SUM LAUNCHED AT RALLY IN FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. Enthusiasm was unbounded at the large missionary rally held yesterday afternoon and evening in the First Congregational church and such interest in the work was expressed that a plan to raise $273,000 to pay off a debt on the American board and $2,000,000 as a standing church fund was discussed and earnestly approved. SHIP TALKS TO SHORE AU THE WAY ACROSS THE PACIFIC OCEAN AKI MARC IS KEPT IN CON STANT TOUCH "WITH LAND BY MEANS OF WIRELESS. (By United Press Leased Wire.) SEATTLE, March 5. —With its wireless equipment, the Nippon YusHii Kaisha steamship Aki Mam has performed the feet of com pleting the passage of 4,240 miles from Yokohama to Puget Sound without being out of communica tion with either shore. The big steamer has Just arrived In this port from the Orient via Victoria. Captain Nagao explains that the wireless service was maintain- Ed by the aid of other vessel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 March 1909

vjjtjr" United Press Leased Wire.) BAN JOSE. Cal., March 6.— How Ing a rapid wooing and a rapid;; wedding, Ensign Churchill Humphrey, U. B. N., and his bride who i yesterday was ■ Miss. Martha Liove Williams of , Ban .' Jose, are today on their way to Humphrey's home I in < Louisville '» for ■ a ; rapid honeymoon J before the i young of •cer rejoins • his < ship, the battle ■hlp Connecticut. v->•', Is!? Humphrey • met i Miss Williams ■While here with the - battleship fleet I and » their i acquaintance re united ; In ft: an i Impetuous " > wooing which was • continued :by letter while : the > fleet circled the globe. Opening Sale Of White and Colored Wash Fabrics Nothing purchased haphazard, everything care fully selected by experts, makes our new spring lines of Wash Materials a most satisfactory I stock to choose from. White Goods White Barred Dimities. / Values 26c to 35c White Indian Linen. , , yard for White Dotted Swisses. \i - 'J_V White Corde Pique. 1 IOC White...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 March 1909

REAL ESTATE BUSINESS Pnoi'KIITV—VACANT LOTS - HOMES - ACRKAQK CHICAGO - MILWAUKEE ADDITION First Offering Near the The Corner of Terminals and Lincoln Avenue Shops and of th© Marshall Road C. M. & St. P. R. R. Co. wj|| Be the Track Facilities Business Center For Every Lot of the Perfect Title Bus V Tlde Flat Certified Abstract - Sec^°. n Low Prices With Every Purchase Easy Terms Buy Business Property for Large Profits Act Quick. The Addition Is Small And Will Go Quickly OFFICE OPEN SATURDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING L R. Manning & Co/ Equitable Building North End Land Office COR. CHEYENNE AND 43ND STREET. C. W- Stewart Jr. Manager $150 each for a pair of lots, only 2 blocks from Pt. Defiance car line; • ■ $25 down and $5 per month. $275 to $325 for good lots in Glenn's Ist addition, with cement side walks, sewer, gutter assessments all paid. - $400 each for lots on Cheyenne St., with all street Improvements; reason * able terms. $100 each for lota In Columbia addition, 4 blocks ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 March 1909

PROMINENT BANKER MENTAL WRECK [PlraJt.'' KNOWN CAPITALIST IS |&^ IAH EN TO SEATTLE HO8PI jl^BAIj? BECAUSE OF QUEER ! ACTIONS. | (By United Frees Leased Wire.) |M SEATTLE, March (6.—Samuel M*Cgr Bonnifleld, president of the i§ First National bank of Fairbanks, ft* • director of 1 the Beloit National 111 bank of Beloit, Kansas, and a well ffif known | capitalist, is ja j patient at $3jth«; Providence hospital here to- SAi day i suffering from mental col -I:**.^-"-' . :.•-■-- ■•; .■.-■■• gg,;S-! Bonnifleld was arrested Wed nesday night by two patrolmen at 'Sii the King street railway station giforifollowing! persons about : the •§;! lobby and % taken to police head imr Quarters,' where he was booked for .drunkenness. Yesterday when he . was arraigned In police court It Sjwas ; discovered ' that : the. banker was | really. suffering j from . some form iof > mental : disorder and he MV»;iturned over to the care of |M friends who had him taken to the IF hospital. ■..-.■•. ■■ ■, • ■...

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

one cent per_copv — T A .T'rHt/I A Tl 7t/I DC C/7T EDITION „ 30 CENTS PER MONTH I MH 1 AwlJiVl/\ F 1 /Vl IS^ IJlla™^""""'"""'"'''"""*' ,3 DELIVERED AT YOUR HOME ■■ A 1 JL-■—4 • ■ X »^^. X^ A 1 M.A A. -I? *. AT * m—<*>■ ■ „ lßKlMie«st«riy,wind^ -s^^^^G^m^ VOL. «. NO. 6O SOLONS AT END OF ROPE THEY HAVE ONLY FOUR MORK DAYS ON THK STATE PAY BOLL — BOISTEROUS SI :s --fcloNS EXPBOTED. (Times Special Service.) OLYMPIA, March 6.—Some time In the early hours of Friday, March 12, the eleventh biennial session of the state legislature will come to a boisterous close, after 60 days of tolling, schem ing, plotting, jobbing and getting Jobbed. The constitution pro vides that the session shell close at midnight Thursday night, but the legislators will take liberties with the constitution to the ex tent of stopping the clocks in both house along about 11:30 Thurs day night and then, having out- Joshuaed Joshua and out-Can noned Cannon, the legislature will toss out laws like cereals out of a ...

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

. IKS"OX WIN OPENING GAMES )II 111 LII -' i 5 -.- - - v^isa&BßßiPif White Sox of Chicago, who me 10 the coast to train for the American league race this year, opened up yesterday )at - Lob An geles and San | Francisco ' against tfhe Coast league teams ? and won both games, the White Sox being |lißlvlde<Binto S two ! teams,:'::i.'.;i; ,■ : V" At San Francisco the Chicago Ekoys f.won.out 6 to 2. and at Lob ■Angeles they ■ took the game 5 to \M %. The San > Francisco team rep- Bs?r*eented. the No. one team of the Wmhtte-aox.'-. .-'••>. -|i|jSl«OB s:'Angeles made all her runs Off Altrock. the former star twirl %«r! of the Chicago team. plIS" TO OPEN LEAGUE SEASON § 7 MARCH 27 ': ||tfe ■very corner lot and every out £y lying street will now be filled with :.£, Juvenile Lajoles and Wagners in 's« t tent on winning honors in the na iional t game, for J' the , " Grammar |;| School Athletic ..: association last fil nigh t \ fl&ed i the : date for the be .Sginning of the leag...

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

fpPTHE SPOTLIGHfI WtIffIWznJGOSSIPorTH* STAGD AT THE TACOMA. • "UNCLE TOM'S CABIN" "Uncle Tom's Cabin," that fa-j mous classic, of the American j stage, is the attraction at the Ta-| coma tonight. The play has been seen in every section of this country, but it has had and has retained a popularity never equal- i ed and never known by any other I play. It is presented by a com-: pany of more than 25 persons, of; whom several are Southern dar-1 kles, whose harmonious voices i blend in the old plantation melo dies and the old Southern slave songs that long ago touched the heart of a nation. CHAS. B. HANFORI). One of the most terrible and tremendous characters of the drama is that of "Othello," which Charles B. Hanford will present at the Tacoma theater on Monday night. It Is terrible because of the rage which inspires it and tre mendous because of its simple dig nity. Special scenery and cos tumes have been provided for this presentation. Mr. Hanford's en gagement opens Sunday night wi...

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

THE IACOMA TIMES I IBUBHKD BVKRT HVBIOIfO MXCMTS BUBTDAT BT TBM a%^^^^^f*AOOBIA\TIMEB < PUBLISHING COMPACT ■. ■- ■ I I OFFICE 7«8 COMMERCE STREET! POBTOFFICE BOX 188 (" Eumd at the postoffice at Tacoma. ".'iili. as secoad-claas matter, | I ||CinjBqRAfHXOJBERVICB OF UNITED PRESS; ASSOCIATIONS. i nilAtltC Bunlnees Office . ..Main 783, A 1783 I IFIII IN l\ Circulation Dcpt. ........ Main 783, A 1783 £j Jf ".! .Editorial Dept. „ » Mala 70*. Ai733 1 *:'-" ittKViH ' »K. SI BBCRIPTION. I CMm cent }•' copy, ■even cents a r week by, canter or by mail* SO eeata a month by carrier or by mail; six month* by mall. $1.00; ' «a» fan*, by mall, $8.76. ;{ »<.' L . V..-.-...;■ •-;-,.,-,;,. •:■■.:-;: .;. " __ fl,iifli''~' r"- 1" "—. ; : wflpyHH! TIMES Via:' -^jgSiSSfesr* ONLY INDEPENDENT | TACOMA'S '"Oggg^* NKWBPAPEB. S**Bi;*O MAIL IDBSTRIMiCUS —The date wßen your subscription expire* IS on th« address label of each pap*.-. When that date Arrives. If Veur subscription has not aa-ain been paid :n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 March 1909

SENSATION SPRUNG IN COURT ROOM MAN SUING TACOMA COMPANY FOR I>\M \<;i S ADMITS HK IS I'KIMI KKlt AND HIS CASE IS NON-BUITEJ). W. 8. Wilkins, whose personal Injury suit for $30,000 damages against the Hague Box & Lumber company was commenced In Judge Clifford's court Thursday, was cor nered In his testimony yesterday afternoon and admitted that he had perjured himself. The judge immediately* declared the case a STATE CONTROL FOR LINES OF COMMUNICATION (Times Special Service.) DLYMPIA, March 6. — The house passed the bill yesterday putting telegraph and telephone companies in the state under the control of the railway commission to reduce rates where they are too high and to compel competing lines to make connections for long distance or other service. The railway commission was also given authority over ware houss and the grain inspector. HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY IN SESSION 1 (By tTnited Press Leased Wire.) PUYALLUP, March 6.—The Pierce County Horticultural and Floricultural s...

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

REAL ESTATE W BUSINESS PROPERTY—VACANT LOTS — HOMBS — ACRKAOE Mr. Investor Look These Up $1,100 —Buys 7 lota In West End, close to 6th ay. car line; % cash re quired. ♦I,ooo—Buys 12 lots In North End, 1 block from Point car; H cash will handle. Will sell In pairs. ♦1,760 —Buys 8 loU In North Knd, convenient to Point car, unobstructed view of sound. ■3,(60 —Buys 1 lift In block 1711 on Tacoma ay.; $1,150 cash roqulred. 11,200 —Buys 2 lots on North Fife, 1 block from 6th ay. Tills will make an elegant building site. All assessments are pnld. We have vacant lots in all sections of the city, look over our lists before buying. H. B. YARBOROUGH 110 Banker*)' Trust Bldff. h% 40» 'E. • 27th St.. 6-r $10.00 *■£ 1112 So. 10th St., 5-r $12.00 1912 So. >G,. 4-r., bath, alcove $12.00 gait 10 ' So. G i St., 6-r., bath ... .$12.00 ;,'il new 6-r. cottages, 64th and War WJJsner :.... .. . 110 and $12 {£308 So. 14th St., 6-r., bath $13.00 jg1471 »■ No. Orchard, 6-r., bath 113.00 |54726 No. Orchard...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 March 1909

REAL ESTATE BUSINESS PROPERTY —VACANT LOTS — HOMES — AORBAOE CHICAGO-MILWAUKEE ADDITION ■ ■ - ■ " ' ■--■."■" . Business and Manufacturing Sites Near the Terminals 11 «- **"*"'' ■ - . " > // n s*' » The Corner of Lin- VHIIPV /^S^^^^^^Lj^^l^^ I^^^^^ /^ shall Aye. Will Be the rssSS*flh^sSßSL/l Business c"m"i Centpr St. P. R. . t^^^^^^^T^^^^^C^^W^N^' Tiriolanil Rp r-^S^^^^^ llußldlHl ■ vV ■ \ .yw^TT^' -^-^^„ S--ri V A/>f I All Track Facilities for -■ . w/- r sdr^ llf^^^b^3§^>^ OvvllUll Perfect Title— ■ ■—^^^ LOW PRICES PuarcU™ lr^^^^^^^^^^ S&>^\^^ || EASY TERMS Buy Prospective Business Property For Large Profits IB .! Office Open Tonight, Take Elevator, ACT PROfIPTLY L. R. MANNING & CO., Equitable Building Fine North End Lots > On Point Defiance Car Line • Buy Today We have bought the Glen Estate interest In ("lien's First Addi tion, on North BSth to North 38th St.. one to four blocks from tho Pt. t Defiance car line. There are 140 lots, many with a bay view. For ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 March 1909

"CZAR" CANNON IS BITTERLY SCORED :y.' ■,-Tif^ united Press Leased Wire.) BOSTON, : Magi.;. March —A |Mevere: caiitlgaton ? of ■ Speaker I Joe Qannon for his action during the ; house consideration of the fores try ■' reserve Ibill,'; Is , printed \in to day's edition ? of fef ex-Governor f Guild's 1 paper, ■ The ■ , Commercial vmi\UfctiitJ:H%i-r. • •:'}'-"■:':', ■■ - ■'.":- , HRlTb*^article^ charges . Cannon '$ with '/being alone responsible ; for t; the [defeat >of «the 5 bill. The Bul letin refers to Cannon as "a Yan kee-hater from Illinois, who Is I willing: to Injure even North Caro lina, the state that gave him birth, If he can at the same time gratify *; his spite against New England." Hud placed in If PIES TOJIFE ?. (By United Press Leased Wire.) HL PASO, Tex., March 6.—Af f ter being laid out In the coffin 1 three days ready for burial, wait %lag only the recovery of the moth er sufficiently to hold the funeral, the little two-months-old daughter Of !0. C. Harrington; of ...

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

CFNT^ PFR> MONTH -' I-■ liil ■" H 3 /% 1 ■ --'■ 11/ l/ m . ■ I /111 ■"M V^ PffMi ntitKt AST: Occasionali' showers to- UCIUINIIS KICK "IWl^in ■ ;■.■■■■; «■ ■ ■ /-% VVI I|f I /-% ■ lif I I T, 7^% ItVlll^M night and Tuesday. Moderate •outb 1 DELIVERED AT YOUR HOME . • -"- * -■> <■— 4 M. A IW/lTll m. ML - liTli^^/ff . UmmM^; „n> winds. . ixms f . __ • __ ■ . VOL. c. NO. 00 I SENSATION IN f COOPER CASE Attorney Denounces th Governor and Brands Colonel Cooper As a Gambler (By United Press Leased Wire.) NASHVILLB, Term., March 8. —Denouncing Governor Patter son of Tennessee in bitter invec tive, Captain Fitzhugh on behalf of the state In the trial of Colonel Duncan Cooper, Robin Cooper and John D. Sharpe, charged with the murder of Senator E. W. Car mack, began his summing up to day. So flery and bitter were the ■words of the attorney for the prosecution that friends of Gov ernor Patterson talked openly of a renewal of political hostilities and declared that trouble might be ex...

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

\M TODAY'S SPORTING NEWS Jeffs Real Manager Is-WeU, Mrs. Jeff! LOS ANOEL.ES, f'iil.. March 8. —When Jim Jeffries announced j » few yean ago that he wouldi never fight again, the people »<m dered why. Jeff was asked, but be merely said, "because I am through with It." He retired to a ranch at Bur-| bank, near this city, and engaged in farming. But the real reason why Jef fries left the ring is because his ; Wife wanted him to. She didn't like this fighting game, nor tin attendant temptations and asked her husband to leave the Ting. At first he refused, for the lure of LITTLE BROWN MEN OF EAST ENTERED IN 6-DAY GRIND BET FOR START. MALUDAN AND N UNUT AT FULL SPEED. PHILADELPHIA, March B.— When the six-day-go-aa-you-please race opened at Madison Square garden yesterday a team of Fili pinos started in the gruelling con test. For the first time the far east has entrants to compete with white men in a contest of this sort. And the men who have TWO TITLES IN JEOPARDY WHEN CUE MASTERS MEE...

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

/ OOL-HEADED MAN FRIGHTENS BANDIT •ITTS HIGHWAYMAN TO ROUT b WHEN HE MAKES ATTEMIT >• TO HOLD HIM UP. \ t A slight show of nerve on the fcart of W. W. Pickerell saved Imt gentleman the loss of a quantity of cash and two valuable diamonds early yesterday morn- Ing when a masked highwayman held him up at the point of a gun. Mr. Pickerell, who is proprietor it the Tunnell Billiard parlors, was returning home, and had SOLDIER RAVES IN HOSPITAL ABOUT NOTED PATTERSON MURDER CASE f<By United Press Leased Wire.) SAN FRANCISCO, March B.— 'While Private Alexander Glass, of I troop B, Fifth cavalry, lies raving *ln the Presidio hospital ward for the insane, the authorities here today are endeavoring to ascertain his connection, If any, with the famous murder of Jennie Bosehei ter In Patterson, N. J., Beveral years ago. ■ Glass continually refers to th<? killing of the Paterson factory girl and, from random sentences, appears to have more than a cur sory knowledge of the case which sen...

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

THE TACOMA TIMES nWMJHHBIT EVERT ■ EVENING KACKrt SUNDAY BY TBM TAOOMA|TIMKB j PUBLISHING COMPACT 'f, . . . '; OFFICE — 7OS COMMERCE STREET; POSTOFFICE BOX 128 , i?toured at the iiiiilnfri at Tiiiiuh V. ra«n. aa ■•cond-eiaas matter. I InSLIIORAPHIO SERVICE OF UNITED PRES3 ASSOCIATIONS. ! IMIAiIFC BwlaaH Office , „ ..Mala 788, AI7BB nilnir^ Circulation. De»C ..Main 788, A 1783 i ■ iivlll- -Editorial Dept. ..Main 784, A 1733 ;frJ:*:»-V--'i-»'KRM» OK:HI'UBOIUPTION. - ; One cent a copy, merca emu • week by carrier or by mall| ! ' • •■■*■ a month by carrier or by mall; «lx months by mall, f1.50( imm rear by null, 88.75. i ,^. f ;}^ ■-:,:-■_:: ■„ ■-.;.: ;;■ -■• [ • —— • — i* THE TIMES 1H 4^s^foia ' ONLY IVUEPKNUK»f f' ,r TACOMA'B *Ts^^«9» NEWSPAPER. M^W WAIL svnsC'RIBAIRS a*t« when your aubacrlptlon explrai ■t« OB the addrtoi label of each nap*:-. When that data nrrlvea. If f ■ your ■nbaorlptlon haa not again bean paid in ad.ance, your name la ■ji taken from the Hat. A ohanar* of dat<i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 8 March 1909

MINISTER IN ROLE OF HERO AT FIRE 0.1T.M IS FACE OP DANG Kit, UK STAYS PANIC IN CHURCH PITTSBURG, Pa., March B.— The Rev. Fletcher L. Wharton, pastor of the Smithfield Street Methodist church here, formerly of Seattle, played the heroic role last night when the edifice caught fire, Just as the congregation was leaving the building. The flames started from the switchboard in • the rear of the organ, and soon the chancel in which Dr. Wharton stood was a mass of flames. With his clothing smoking from the heat, the minister calmly di rected the congregation to leave the church In an orderly manner, but as quickly as possible. He flayed some men who were push-l CARSTENS COMPANY TO FACE COURT FOR BUTCHERING DISEASED CATTLE (By !'nitp.l Press Leased Wire.)' SEATTLE, March 8. —The seiz ure of the carcasses of two alleg ed diseased cattle which were killed at Ellensburg, has led to the IBSBRnce of a warrant for the Cantens Packing company on the charge of having for sale meat of diseased anim...

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