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

PJONAIRE,S SON, WHO OPED WITH AN ACTRESS^ GETS PATERNAL BLESSING ||(Bjr , United Press Leaned Wire.) H FALO ALTO. Cal., March —After L »->:i«JJg i estrangement ; from ■ his ' mil F ißßlUr* fatner, caused by his elope f in) with > Mlhs < Leslie Preston, an X Ectreaa, James C. Hay, former Stan- I ford student, today receiver the pa ■ ernal < blessing. I; 1 Tounir Ray Is now traveling with I'm Shakespearean company which P produced the "Merchant of Venice" t ' it» Stanford Saturday night. His I ; kth*r, !a ■ copper king of Duluth, 1 pflnn., ia spending the winter In ■ Palo Alto. -.; ■■■■■■*.- , I f The elder Ray, unbeknown to his Kpon. attended v > the -performanco In S&hlch ' young ; Ray took the role of ipratiaim. When his father heard I the plaudits that his sou's acting litf^miiiFht from th« nudionce. his an CONSPIRACY TO ROB STATE OF CALIFORNIA IS CHARGED BAORAMENTO, Cal., Maroh 8. -It Is expected that the fight rltlch Surveyor General U. S. lngbury, Attorney Ge...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 8 March 1909

REAL ESTATE BUSINESS PROPERTY—VAC ANT LOTS — HOMES — ACR E A UlO Are You Looking For a Home .if so, NORTH END PROPERTY stands a better chance for Increase In value than any other part of Tacoma. We have the following: 6-room, new, 2-story house, on .list and mason ay.; lots 40x100; full basement, pantry and bath. ' ' ' Price $3,200; $500 Cash Down, Bal. Easy Payments s" rooms, 2-story, on Slat and Mason; lots 40x100; full basement. Price $3,500; $500 Cash Down, Balance Long Time " rooms, new bungalow, with bath and pantry and attic Price Is $1,900; $300 Cash, $15 Per Month, on 33rd i and Huson St. V room*, new bungalow with bath, pantry. on 33rd and Ferdinand at. ■'rice Is $1,800; $300 Cash, Balance $15 Per Month. i .'wo east view lots, SOxIOO, Ferdinand, between 33rd and 31st. Price $500 for the Pair; $50 Cash Down, $10 Per Mo. 1 Holme & Miller Jones: A 1772; Main 2893. 623 Provident Bids. I •»■■■■■■— . Free Free Free i Berkely Park Is a beautiful level tract, high and dry, onl...

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

rficer Sniffs "Hop"; | Opium Den Is Raided tWO COLORED MEN TAKEN IN RAID ON ROOM FILLED WITH FUMES OF BURNING OPIUM. '} The remarkable ability of i J»meg Milone, city detective, to ? detect the odors of burning opium | resulted in the capture last night ' of Asa Porter and A. J. Philip, Colored, and the stezing of two Chinese opium pipes and a full equipment of smoking paraphe nalia. The men were occupying a room in the Swope hotel, a rooming bouse near Opera court and Thirteenth street. Milone, together with his part ner, George Ashby, were walking down the court, when suddenly the former stopped, sniffed a few times, and exclaimed, "There's a "hop Joint' some place near here." POVERTY A SOCIAL DISEASE BUT NOF A CRIME (By ri»ltod Press Leased Wire.) LONDON, March B.—On the strength of a report recently made to the English ministry by a com mission appointed four years ago to Investigate methods and de vise improvements in the coun try* system of caring for Its de pendent poor, the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 March 1909

ONE CENT PER COPY 30 CENTS PER MONTH v DELIVERED AT YOUR HOME VOL. c. WO. 67 38 DIE IN TORNADO AND FIRE IN ARKANSAS CUTS THROAT! THEN JUMPS IN FRONT OF A TRAIN AN ROBBED OF.HIS EARNINGS BY WOMAN EMPLOYS TER RIRLE MEANS TO END HIS LIFE—DIES IN COUNTY HOS PITAL. •Despondent over the loss of $600, his entire savings, which ■were stolen from him by a color ed woman In a Tacoma resort last Monday night. Oscar Larson, a logger, made two savage attempts to end his life at Kapowsin last night, and died as a result at 1 o'clock this afternoon after being brought to the Pierce county hos pital in this city. Larson made the first attempt to kill himself in a lodging house at Kapowain last night. Using a razor, he slashed his throat several times, cutting deeply Into the esophaguß. Throws Himself in Front of Train Inmates of the lodging house discovered him in the nick of time and summoned a physician. While the physician was working over the man Larson struggled violent ly and succeeded in get...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 March 1909

TODAY'S SPORTING 'NEWS TALBOT WINS WRESTLING MEDAL Harry Talbot defeated all com tra on the mat at a smoker of the 'A. O. U. W. held last night, and TO awarded a gold medal. His main battle wan With Jacquot. They wrestled six minutes with out a fall In the first round and, After a rest, went at It again, Tal bot defeating his rival In the sec ond encounter. In the prelimin aries Talbot defeated Den ton Beil jnan and Jacquot threw Tom CMilrle. All the boys are from the JT. M. C. A. wrestling class. •THREE GAMES SCHEDULED I The Tacoma high school five I will meet the Parkland academy In the city basket-ball series to night, and tomorrow night the Y. 11. C. A. will play Whitworth. 'The T. M. C. A. will play its re tarn game with the high school on the high school floor Saturday Bigtt Ut> to date the Y. M. C. A. tea the advantage in the champ ionship race. TEACHERS TO PLAY BALL Thursday afternoon the star event of the teachers' institute will take place at the high school gymnasium, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 March 1909

GILLIES IS TURNED DOWN COUNCIIi COMMITTEE RE FUSES TO RECOMMEND THE PASSAGE OK HIS DESIRED SUBWAY FRANOHIE. Fifteen business men left the city council chamber last evening disgusted with the attempts of Chairman Rankin of the fran chise committee to block any movement by the city looking to ward giving encouragement to the building of the Imperial building and subway projected by Promo ter Gillies. A number of citizens assembled to urge the council to grant a franchise for the subway but whe»ever they attempted to speak in favor of It they were interrupt ed and called down by Rankin, who appeared to be determined to prevent any action. Gillies asked for a franchise al lowing him one year to begin work and five years to complete the Job. He showed letters from New York capitalists of the high est standing stating that as Boon as the franchise was granted they ■would get to work and finance the proposition and put it through. O. C. Barlow of the Commer cial club said the project was b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 March 1909

: THE IACOMA TIMES BUMBO KTKBT. BVKNIXO HXOKTT BOHBAT BT TOM ■' P;'\Jv7. TAOOMA TIMBB evnußmtfa oomfamt „'' • CSFFICB—7<W» OOMMERCB STREET: POBTOFFICK BOX IBS Bteted at th* postofflee at Taeoma. TVaah. aa seeond-olass matter |ymjDOIUPHIO. SBRVICBj nr UNITED PRBBB ABSOCIATIONa iflllllllCP BoaineM Offloe „ >, ..Main 78S, AS 7BB UllnirZS OlrculaUo*. Dept. .......Malo 788. M7BB ■ IVIfLU Editorial Dept. ". „ .Mala .704. .* 1733_ |^ " t!fd:^Vmm ; eeat a > copy, . aeron, cent* "a ' weak >bf ; carrier tor by ■ malli ;lt Wli a month by carrier or by mall; als month* by mall, $I.BO| <Nse year by L jinaU;«a.Ts.i^.--J^-. : _' ■■\:'..:--^'^V^.-^:\"~- : -.r- g '•?>;= TBM TIMKB 1M • ! £j^gahs ONLY INDKPENUKM' TACOMA'B ;^ ,-, .V^gggr.;--..-I»BWWAWBB.-V, . 'WSi VO'MAJL aUBSCRIBGRS—Tb« d»te wttw rour »ut»oriptlon axplrai im •a^tba addraaa label of aach pap«-. Wh«n that data nrrtvaa. If M«r anbaorlptioa ha* not a»aln bean paid In ad.anoe, your name la -£l*k*n from tha IUL A ohaaaT» o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 March 1909

Young Farmer Caught In Martimonial Net Loses Big Roll NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, March 9.—MUs Anie Banderson and her woman companion are to day on their wi^y back to England and Fred Spearman, a young farmer of Deloraine, the girl's Bpouse-eleet, is trying to be phil osophic over an expenditure of $500, money forwarded to Miss Banderson tft pay her passage across the ocean. - The coming of the English maiden was the result of twelve months' fountain pen courtship set In motion through the machin ations of a matrimonial agency. >fter the exchange of many love letters, matrimony was decided upon and the girl forwarded her phootgraph and a request for $500. HOUSE PUSSES 11 B LLS AND - KILLS 3 (Times Special Service.) OLYMPIA, March 9.—The liouse yesterday killed the bill re quiring supreme court judges to wear gowns, prohibiting saloons within five miles of a construction camp and exempting old dentists from certain provisions of the medical law. It passed eleven bills, most Im portant ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 March 1909

tap! Flash! First Wireless Message Comes - Sputtering Across a Swift Moving Train 9*f Frederic Thompson's $5000 Ex m S>%S periment a Great Success When P9 Mm Aerogram . la Received on "Lake M .gjjgHg Shore Special Running 8O Miles! M tlftff an (S Hour—Wireless Telegraphy HP* I Now in Railroading; Wireless 3S Telephony Next. « ERIE], ? Pa., ■ March 9.-V'Wlre ■ ;*:-, less; messages from a train?" The m old graybeard stared at the "Wire- S * toss Special" on the Lake Shore sj Si railroad,'which he had driven 11 MB >p miles:: from i Northeast 1 Pennsylva-j IB B|nia { to; Bee, then > shook I his head.; ■ "By crlckee, there . ain't no such E Sthlng!"4":./:-^--.:-.-: ■■•■;•-■ ■" V- I fl SSS Small wonder the farmer didn't ■ believe it. . Wireless messages on ■Ma "■ rattling, rocking " train, which) B i\Vs. whistled over the rails at 80 miles P pin?hour—why,. how could it; be ■ possible? -.■. ■:•■ ■ ';.■:•>••': ■■■.'y:*? ','J X "My^But It was. •. The test was made B '{£■ lately, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 March 1909

REAL ESTATE BUSINESS PROPERTY— LOTS — HOMES — ACRE ST. HELENS AVENUE BARGAIN One lot on St. Helens avenue, upper side, near 6th avenue, for only $4,250. The terms are easy; $1,250 cash; $500 on June 1, 1909, and the balance In 4 annual Installments. All assessments and 1808 taxes paid. .. „ . „,...., 1920 South M Street Snap I New, 7-room house, with bath, basement and 3 fine lots. A very desirable home. Price $3,000. Part cash, and balance in easy pay ments. House shown only on our order. t - Magnificent Marine View Site On North 29th street, between Junett and Cedar; 75x130 feet. A marine vltw which can never be obstructed. Small 3-room house at rear of lots. All assessments and 1908 taxes "paid. Price Is 13,300, . which is a least $500 less than the property Is worth today. If de sired will split and sell a building site 37Hx130 feet for $1,750. There is no marine view property, equally as well located, for sale in this district at anything like this price. A. E. GRAffON & CO...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 March 1909

MAY ACCUSE : DENTIST Or i BIGAMY Sheriff Thomas C. Teal, of fla tavia, 0., who arrived In Tacoma >■ Bandar with S requisition K papers "tor ! Dr. H. C. McClelland, a den ttet, accused' of wife desertion, re turned: from Olympla last ; night with satisfactory extradition docu ment*, : and 'i departed " for : Ohio to day : with; his ■' prisoner. Dr. ; Mc- Clelland I appeared i to % be ; greatly affected this morning at the leave taking, and shook . hands with I all f tli« g city f jail ' authorities. Mrs. I McClelland ; No. 2 did not see him S»titheiparting^.H--t^'\y'^-r:'-'^ < tiH&Tae 5 local police intimated ' this >, morning that the dentist had told I them that •he I had not ; secured a divorce Irom.: his 'first wife. "i" If Jits Is the case Dr. McClelland will '<& be 3 charged with f bigamy <. besides wife desertion. Sheriff Teal had ''; nothing I to' say on the matter ■■ be fore leaving.j,V.;y-,-^ : v-^: • - '^ • ;;,■ FARNUM TO WED HIS LEADING LADY . <B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 March 1909

ONE CENT PER COPY 30 CEN FS PER MONTH ~ DELIVERED AT YOUR HOME VOL. 6. NO. 68 OIL TR USTISA CQUiTTED IN $29,000,000 CASE MUKKTIFIR 1^ Mil IM DEM ED PR EST IS SHOT TO DEATH New Jersey Clergyman Is Murdered in Rectory— Housekeeper Fatally Wounded. (By United Press Leased Wire.) NEWARK, N. J., March 10.—The Rer. Erasmus An soine, curate of St. Stanislaus Polish Catholic church, was shot down In the rectory of the church early today by three men. He died on the way to a hospital. Miss Tonista, housekeeper of the rectory, who endeavor ed to prevent the assassina tion of the preast, was shot also and will die. The assas sins fled after the attack and have not been apprehended. The cause of the shooting is unknown. Father Ansoine came from Pat •rson, N. J., two months ago, hav ing 'been assistant rector in a ehuroh there. A year ago there was trouble among his parishion ers In Paterson but It 1b asserted that the priest did not participate In the quarrels. Large Church. St. Stanislaus chur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 March 1909

TODAY'S SPORTING lINEWS HIGH SGHQOLWIIiS BY NARROW MAHb N The Tacoma ; high ' school ad ■ a barrow escape from defeat at the hands of I the ! Parkland - academy boys but night,, winning out by only one basket in ! the | last min ute of play, when the score stood sr&m tie. ■»;■, The <score was 30 ' to 28, ptf^ThU! gives j the ; high school sec »on* place la the league race and IH* chance at the T. VM. C. A. boys, •who have as yet been undefeated v toy uny team in the league.,; KlffF SUMMONED BEFORE COURT llii NJLY. '■"■:'(By United ! Press * Leased! Wire.) < NEW YORK, March ; 10. — .: James J. Jeffries and Japma Snlly, ;.,:manager of the theater at which ; the. champion pugilist w ap,»enr3, t were summoned j before • the | court H«yesterday to show why the.v are *j < violating the law by holding a starring. exhib'Mon on j the i st jijjo. - J«ftr'es la appearing in vaui^viUc stunts at the theater on a long si time' contract . ■■- ' *". ■;.' .■, -:: TACOMA CLAIMS VICTORY T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 March 1909

FIRES AT CLERK; SHOT GOES WILD * STRANGER MAKER ATTEMPT ON LIFB OP EUGENE PATTI SON — ABBAILANT CRAZKI) WITH MQUOR. Crazed by excessive drinking, C. I 8. Krlsterßon, 25 years old, made i ■0 a desperate attempt to shoot down : Eugene T. Pattison, an employe of i the Richmond Paper company In i front of the paper company's store : 1728-80 Pacific avenue, at 6:30 : last evening. The men are unac quainted and Krlsterson admitted | _ after sobering up that he did not i bear any grudge against the man whose life he attempted, but that i he was too Intoxicated to know i p NOTED EDUCATOR TO SPEND I BUSY DAY IN TACOMA Careful preparations'have been made for the entertainment of i * Dr. A. W. Harris, president of the Northwestern university of Evans ton, 111., who will arrive In tha city tomorrow night. While here Dr. Harris will be the guest of Rev. M. A. Casey of the First ' Methodist church. At 8 o'clock Friday morning Dr. Harris will address the stu dents of the University of Puget Bound....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 March 1909

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 March 1909

How Solons Worked Their Grabs Through (Times Special Service.) OLYMPIA, March 10.—The manner In which all the "appro priation combination! worked out, trade for trade, you scratch me and I'll scratch yon, was beautiful to gate upon. There were Bever al little hitches. A few after they grabbed oft what they want ed, began to look out' for their future political chanoea and welched. Pierce county after standing in with King for the Stuck river drift barrier appro priation, brtsked on Gotterill's grab bills to dig the Lake Wash ington canal. But the gentlemen who profited by the appropriation of $190,000 for the Wenatchee bridge Btoodi pat, and the majority of the Spo kane delegation who got their $30,000 for the Irrigation con grew, to say nothing of Whitman, with its Pullman ami Yakima with Its state fair, stood nobly in line. The result was that Cotterill's bin went through, despite the op position of J. T). Farrell, the Pa cific Coast company and other kindred concerns. Tonkin of K...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 March 1909

RT LEGISLATURE AS ACCOMPLISHED ! OLYMPIA, March t, 10.—The ▼•nth legislature, In bo far as liUtMiirnn of statewide Interest are 1 concerned, la a thing of the past. ißf? But two measures, the road bill cand the Insurance code remain for r* consideration. \/,..^h-^ ,:r.v\: • 1 a -,llf for nothing else the eleventV f; legislative assembly will be notee ;, for the codification of laws on g various topics, a ' gigantic work, *} Wri which the legislature receives g Official ■ credit, whereas In reality ■ the 'labor was performed by vari < ous <•," toilsome commissions the < Identity of which was never gen « «pallr'known;;,v-;-v-,>^-.Vi--.- >■.-■;< 5 These codes are the criminal $ I JOde, military, educational, hor ticultural. Combined, they make • ft deal of law, the full importance «« which will not be realized for ; Wise !time. ■ Candor compels the B statement that whatever good or jS bad;. there may be in these codes innot Ibe laid to the credit or 9 credit of the le...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 March 1909

REAL ESTATE I BUSINISBS PROPERTY-VACANT LOTS — HOMES — ACRHAObJ LOOK THESE UP 135 FEET FRONTAGE corner, and You can have It tor $600 cash. If you don t oome too late. ONE-HALF ACRE All in garden and vegetable.; new 7-roora bungalow. 33x42. with large attic above; lawn and roses; located on Union ay.. between S car Hr.es. This la a good piece of property and you must see It to appreciate. Price $8,000, half cash. . . 5 ACRES BETWEEN 38th AND 40th STS. Lies level, and Is positively the best bargain on the market. If you want to double your money within 6 months, you better look this up. $450 per aero. . 5 ACRES FOR $750 Partly Improved, close to Puyallup car line; the best bargain in that vicinity. ANOTHE 5 ACRES Three acres In cultivation, 3-room house barn, cellar, cklok'». 7*?aj good well. Price $1,050; good terms. Purchaser can use adjoining a acres without charge. $1,000 CASH Will buy 2\i lots all In lawn and fruit, and a new .mod"" fc*?. 0.™ 00*: tage, one block from 6th avenue ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 March 1909

PJLICANS REPUDIATE ATFORM PROMISES MADE TO THE UNIONS OLTMPIA, March 10.—Labor ■ won one of the four points ralch It battled for during the re- Ant campaign. The forces of la bor centered the elective strength a the eight-hour law for women, the eight-hour law for under round miners, the Initiative and referendum and the employers' liability law. Bills to these ends were Intro duced in both branches of the legislature, but the eight-hour law for miners was the only one that passed through both bodies. This Is a compromise measure, and while it will doubtless better the conditions of the miners, it 1b ■ot radical, as is evidenced by the fact that, it was satisfactory to the coal mine operators of the state. The republicans of the senate repudiated their Spokane platform 'hen they defeated the eight-hour law for women. The republican platform contained three labor ■ks, the eight-hour law for iinen, for miners and the em players' liability law. The demo cratic platform took in the init...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 March 1909

The Times Sport Page Is Always Brimming Full With Snappy Cracker-Jack Features VOL.. 6. NO. «• DRAMATIC INCIDENT STOPS TRIAL OF KLEIN\ VICTIM IS WON BY LAIR Decision on the Appeal of 6ompers_ Case Mod ifies Former Decree (By United Press Leased Wire.) WASHINGTON, March 11. - The American Federation of Labor won a partial" vic tory in the court of appeals of . . the IMstrlct of Columbia to day In ■ the appeal from the decision in the Buck Stove & ' Range case in which Justice Gould of the supreme court , of the district granted an in junction forbidding the fed eration to assail the stove firm in print. While Che decision today does not affect the Jail sentences Im posed upon " PreeMenit Gompers, Secretary Morrison and John Mitchell, it may result ultimately in a moderation of the sentences. It is possible since the court of appeals now finds that Gould's de cision was too 'harsh, that the la bor leaders may base an appeal •from the Judgments pronounced against them, upon today's...

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