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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 March 1909

WTO DA Y*S SPOR TING NE WS ■LAGLEN OF TACOMA EASY FOR BIG JACK JOHNSON Ejce* 6 "Rounds With Champion Rl r VmU*4 Press Leaned Wire.) HKI tiOOtrVER. B. C, March 11. BMI in T|W»J W*'«h.t .'champion Jack Hcl 'IhfcMnii accompanied ;. *by ■ his Hi, Ito Wiflft, ,i left Vancouver fat « 2 raw HfflUnir Ugji 3 aDtemoon : over the BUS BfiinfeMc railway for OH mX I, ib«« after; a short sUy he SSSt &•*+*> visit iMs parents at Gal fflSßl ? s JofeMOu showed no effects from KwKnUjiM^aix-foundibout lie engax- KjNW'.'Jil* 1 **■ last night ;with Victor < Me |9n|ONfM^*iio^TM>Oßa heavyweight, %gm »*• the Vancouver Athletic <ffi§B •**»• I*** exhibition 5 was : llght fK&Z »l«Jt • tut: and i MacLaglen, weigh r?sip Jig.- lti - pounds,", was ■ ■ hopelessly fMB&& :*Btolassed by Johnson who landed BjK fcthe whd*e man almost at will. HP mush 'a ' trifle 'heavy about the KHBi'liMist Una.: Johnson showed all his KBKi #te«srt«f speed and did not per 9qh| >tttly tire during the six rou...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 March 1909

COUNCIL WINKS AT LAW BREAKING SALOONS JSOXKS AUUyVCKD IN DIVES IN £ VIOLATION OF CITY ORDI !- NANCE, ACCORDING TO Ll | CENSE INSPECTOR. ■ X\ "I V never expect these saloons to be a bower of piety but we need the money for the * salary fund -''hat cornea from their li censes." ' . •• \—' * I ! That Is the reason given by Li cense Inspector John Glen, known *• .."Honest John Glen," to the city council last night, why dives not conducing to good morale are permitted in Taooma. < - Chief Duley asked th» council a week ago what to do about sa loons tihat have boxes in them. He found they were running that way when he came In and the or diinance showed no way for the chief to get rid of them. ■ The council, anxious to shift the blame, called in the License in spector. t - ■ ■ • • "Yes, I'm to blame If anybody Is to blame," said Glen. "The sa loons are Juat like they were when I took the position except some, especially bad ones, have been ■wiped out. The license commit HEAD CRUSHED IN ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 March 1909

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 March 1909

. CHAPTER XXVI. The Separation. Two days after her marriage, Wanda left Petersburg with her father, for the Ukraine. Before she went away she gave Padlewsky a letter for Litzanoff. In It she told him they must not meet again: "My nature 1b such that I ran only love one thing at a time, and I have consecrated myself to the love fo humanity; I must serve It alone," the letter said. "We must not Bee each other, at least until the final triumph of the Cause. "Besides, it is necessary for your safety that you quit Russia. Take Nadege with you and go to Italy or Switzerland. In either of those countries you will find friends." When Padlewsky handed this letter to the convalescent, he was taken with a violent attack of fever and delirium which lasted for three days. As soon as he came to himself he wrote to Nadege: "My Dear, Sweet Nadege: lam going to give you a great deal of plan; but it is necessary. You love me, aifd I am unworthy of your love; and our characters are so unlike that we c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 March 1909

HRE REGAINS MIND I YEARS IN AN ASYLUM StßrtrWtM Press I/ewcd Wire.) ||i*SW jYORK,' March. 11.'—AUter Wending ten l yean In;»- hospital lii the Insane former; Judge John ( T YORK, March 11.—Afiter if ten years In a hospital Insane former Judge John TOMtfoCf Plainfield, N. J., . was a r*ed today. The Judge drama ;pwJUy demonstrated his sanity on B DOCTOR OF YOUNG GIRL FOUND GUILTY (By United Press leased Wire.) I Sp*iia. BALTIMORE, M<!., March f\: 311.— Joseph ;M. . .Inner, the . l^ffi Brooklyn, ;N. V., " capitalist, ' charged with the abduction of eleven "- year - old . Catherine I«vk liOersch, , was convicted today 3 <m i the first count of an <"- I •;/dtctment t which charged him . • j ; ;""| With assault upon : the little \'i>Sp girl. The penalty for the of li^l fense under the laws of Mary f |^s| land ils " death or life impris- I ';^3f onment. 'r v :'*<,;■ /■'^ ; -■„.■ \ ■ TO SETTLE THE STIIKEJEST ON (By i United Press Leased Wire.) : , PHILADELPHIA. March 11—Prei...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 March 1909

REAL ESTATE BUBINK3S PROPERTY—VACANT LOTS — HOMB9 — ACREAGE] EA Real Bargain In Tide Lands We have an entire block in the "Milwaukee Terminal" addition. You know how this addition is situated. Fronts direct on Marshall Road, near the junction at Lincoln aye. Adjoins the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul R. R, adjacent to their ter minals and shops. The West Coast Wagon Company have purchased an entire block In this addition, on which they will shortly erect their now factory building. i The block we offer for sale ADJOINS their site, and has sidetrack facilities In the rear. Now grasp the situation clearly. This vicinity is destined to be the principal business section on I the tidelands. . • I We can sell this block at a price that will enable I you to immediately place them on the market, un dersell any others in this section, and make a hand some profit. ' . . This you can surely do in thirty days' time. Terms can be arranged. Allen, Spicer and Ifubbeli 506-7 Bankers' Trust Bldg....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 March 1909

|fe^.\,V" /iii-MVCDal■■*' ■V? A I■■ ■■ *»■ V■ "• I j / 'Alt -women will 1m excluded H % from & saloons «In I Tacoma ■- ■; alter I ; tMBt Wednesday nig**. I - fe^a OhsArman IR. E. Jamleson of I\ ! the. 'ti council ; police and ' ■ license I' S|: •ommittee ] last night gave notice I; ; if^ihat he would Introduce a resolu [ ' tkon to this 'effect a* next week's I , council meeting and It is conceded . v:j#4ii«^lUwlll:pass.-vv-'/-:7< Uy : .'-Z- I t . Heretofore { much trouble ; has I- ' f|g| gasTiited " from ' men - taking girls ' DRAMATIC SCENES IN THE KLEIN CASE (Continued From Page One.) Court was convened at 1:15 thif •fiternoon. George Threatened. Attorney George received a letter two weeks ago threat ening Mb life if the clrcuin stances of the enticement of the two girls by Klein should be revealed. Until today Mr. George has kept the matter quiet, but owing to the fact that his client demanded that the full story be told he has made the threat public. Lit tie heed Is paid ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 March 1909

The Times Sport Page Is Always Brimming Full With Snappy Cracker-Jack Features VOL. «. NO. 7O HAY WHIPS LAWMAKERS INTO LINE FOR INVESTIGATION HYPNOTISM IN KLEIN'S TRIAL Defendant is Openly Ac. cused of Using Mys terious Power to Influence Wit nesses That Joeua Klein, the myster ious spiritual adviser, who Is on trial In Judge Easterday's depart ment of the superior court accus ed of attempting to kill Miss Dora Culbentaon, Is using hypnotic power to Influence witnesses who are testifying against him, was I openly charged by Prosecuting At torney J. I*. McMuTray and Deputy Prosecutor Burmelster in court | this morning. Couldn't Testify. . The charge was made while ■ Mrs. Sauvageott, mother of one of •the" girls who was said to be under Klein's Influence In Europe, was on the stand, and. Just after she bad broken down and exclaimed hysterically, "I can't testify cor : rectly while that .man Is staring at me with nils glassy eyes. Pleas* take him away." Then turning to the court, she a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 March 1909

TOD ATS SPORTING JNEWS E BP&ING TBJLDHBTa SEASON 18 OPEN—IN THE BACK LOTS CITY TEACHERS WIN GAME EASILY The city school teachers got ' Mvange for the drubbing of last t jmr at the hands of the country toys and yesterday walloped fihe rural pedagogues In fine style at basket-ball. The city fellows ran ' away with their opponents and ■ Won the gome at the high school »» to 9. (Latest news snapshot i of real champion W JAS. J. JEFFRIEB NEW YORK, March 12.—He I doesn't appear to be in such f AWFUL poor shape, does he? t Wouldn't think from that grin } that the Sierra grizzly is worrying i over the hard work necessary to I get into condition to execute his " threat to make Jack Johnson k jump oat of the ring, would you? C Jeffries weighs about 250, his 4 best fighting weight when he was J turning champions and near cham- I pions into tenpins with his mur- E Serous maalies. I Jeffries is here fulfilling a vau | devllle engagement at —Bh-h-h-h, | don't guess at the price, or you'll W. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 March 1909

Mr GRAND OPENING TOMORROW-SATURDAY AMERICAN GENTLEMAN TAILORS 950 Commerce Street, Fidelity Building Made to order, opening day'onl? _tff Ix_ °n Sa^rday--our opening day-^|^ . $^% 11 Made to order, opening day only JOfc ' On Saturday-our opening day- Nil |i ■^1 I— American Gentleman. 20 years f^^\ t0 Ret °Ur * °%Vl 1 yl^^on Broadway, now at Tacoma. % work— men that can't make any- - In 20 years we never sold a suit W^S £5i |L • thing but A No. 1 work and know -g"^ in our house for less than $45.00 to $65.00, made to Ml J*L?% .\\\ nothing else— we will make you | Made to Order —I order. We make clothes for the smart dresser—the Ml *^fwJA)Vbk a suit to order for ' ; '• Hi man that likes to wear a nicely made '^^^^l-^^^jlJifcL^, ' With the same kind of work, same lin and good fitting garment. We cut, ."* ings we would put in if you paid us our own shops, under our own Ajf /^E||y^s||S if price is • price is basting. We know nothing \m one Person more tnan two .... , Bl nW one person mor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 March 1909

a» a ran ■a ■ mu^' — i in r» ai ra »»» a m^ 1 laVaVar?taL_)*aVja% OOMMTOCM Mmirmi. ■*itruin:m BOlS^ MbjaT»4 at t&» yortott— at TMOi.ru>. m Mcoad-«U— matt—" BjjjUMRAPHIO MBVICM OF tj WTaTO PMW ■■ A—OCIAfIONar tPJiftllPC ■»■«■— .......... ...»Oin T—. Alt— l|ir^ *[ awiiittMi o»p*. ;......... .. Mate 7N, Aim „ ..Mate TM» A 1783 ' woww of 8i Mmcßtrmam. " K&. Oh mi « com, tm**t*i matt a waak by carrier bmOI. mall» ' •"•"■ «**•** «* <»y«aO| alx anaw •■-■■■•■•■. - WWyw by matl, •8.78. I TACOMA'S '^ftcf XBWaPAFaV. ••MAIL nnitO«lßßß*—Th« <•!• mm y»ur ■utoerlptlon axpir** !:;-— < tb« ! addreaa Üb«l ■of i •sell • pap*.'. •■ ■- Whan • that * data - »rr!vo«, ,U • •w ■obaorlptlon baa not a*aln bean paid in ad.anca, your oama H lub from Cha Hat. • A ehan«a of d atj on th« addr—a label la a raoatpt ,:. JjaTioa- to iraiwiMKi- your copy of th« Than fail to mult '"V 7 * o'o'ook any , ovaslnjL plaaaa do iia tba faror to call up I* rireulatfon dopartmvnt. Main Til or Homo AI7M. and th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 March 1909

MINSTREL SHOW TO BE GIVEN TONIGHT A record audience will greet due stadium minstrels . tonight ■when they make their second ap pearance before the Taooma pub lic '. ■ The show - has been over hauled since its first presentation here and Is supplied with brand new songs, jokes and novelty ma terial. A feature act worthy of mention will be "The Girl In Black." > The new song, "You'll Like Ta ooma," will be sung for the first time tonight. It is believed that the proceeds from tonight's min strel show will be sufficient to pur chase an entire set of musical in struments for the newsboys' band . Dor Uhie benefit of which It Is being given. CLERGYMAN AND MONEY MISSING (By United Press Leased Wire.) CHICAGO, March 12.—Central station detectives are today en gaged in a search for the Rev. A. C. Rand of Warsaw, Ind., who has mysteriously disappeared with $5, --000 in his possession. 1 That the missing man was at tacked by highwaymen, killed and probably thrown Into the river, is the theo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 March 1909

TODAYS MARKFT| fipS^r.-^wiMrt.'^:: "'■.., •:-■■-■■' Export—Bluestem, $1.14; club j |1.«4; Red, 99c. , y?3§ killing - prices rang* 2c «t>or« I price* . paid by exporters. »«&*«*?'••<>' "v- livestock. ■ • '• JMS Steers — Choice, 6%@5 %c; "Icommon, 4%@4%c. .--," Caws," Be; heifers, 6@5%c. Hogs. 7©7^c.'''•-•' -■ ■ " Bhe«p — Ewes, Bo;. wether*, F»He; lamba. 6%e. I OOMMISHION HOUSE WHOLE ig^aKis: sale: ■ PRICKS. '.:■■;'■ ■ - 5S*; BUTTER—Washington cream ery, 36c; do dairy, 27$ 28c; East* crn creamery, 33 35c; do stor «4«»,l3(»©Sic'-: ■•..■,■■:: .;''•>'■ -■>':-. BQQS-^-Washragton, 24® 25c; Oregon, 28c,'":.-: ■ .•?-.-■■•"■■ ;: •.**«"'; CHEESE—Tillamonk. 16c; Dia mond Brick, 16c; Wisconsin full cream, 17c; Oregon brick, 17c; Swiss (domestic), 17c; Limburger, 18c; Block. Swiss;' 18c; Roque fort, 1-lb. dot., $4.75;. Edam, Ift.»:w:.X>- :■ :-..-.- •■,-' '.' " " .___.-PKESH FRUlT—Apples, local, Bec@sl.2s; Yakima, $1.35@2; peart. $1.1001.76; banannas. lb., ifbe; 9 cranberries...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 March 1909

REAL ESTATE llv^ll II H -^yy 11-/?* v. 11 JJL4. | li BUBuneaa PROPERTY—YACAJIT LOTS—HOMOS — ACRBAQB j . Stouts Grand Vie Addition I Now On Sale - 110 Lots 1 , Cheap f Ob Narth 94th ■«.. at............ ... «TM to 9TBO eaea ~~ .^_y OB North 23th at., at •600 to *SOO mill Ob North 86th at., at ....... »TOO «o ■ i.mmi each On North *Tth *t.. at *925 to 91.100 each .: Best value for the money of any residence property for sale In *acoma. View unsurpassed. Neighborhood ' the '■ finest. Two blocks (rom car line. Let us show you th« property. "■• • • ■.- • ;..' .■ : . 1 ;-; DAKIN & CO. 1 M£? !3 <s 1011 A St, -^ ;-.',;..,. ■i'jr?.r ,;'.:,':J'" ''-.-.■ ; V -.--■' - ''■**■- ■' '■--.■ "" " ', ' - ■*-"*'* *!!"**• * "'■" ' ■ -"■-■■"■■ ■ •..•**.». .jr. „.,■., 1 10 Acres With 4-Room House % £ A ■ . • * >.*..., f Tor $800 half cash. There is $200 worth of wood on the land —there Is over an acre cleared and ready for garden with little i work. The house needs $25 worth of lumber to put it i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 March 1909

Br REACHED ON POLICE UDGET; CANNOT PAY FOR NEW OFFICER f ' v Resident! of Hunt's Prairie and |j district recently annexed fto lj. I Sixth J| -ward, who ? petition«d E Jifce council Wedoosday for * || oooted policeman, will not hare I* * officer for five months unless If •''police and 3 license: committee I Bakes a special appropriation for I' ViUfcl* salary, i Aocordlag to a report l! : s>Kipleted by Police.Clerk Perry, INSTITUTE comes : TO II CLOSE ; TODAY i With bats VJcovered \ With , bird (rings, a couple of hundred worn ".' an I eat j in: the ] high school { audi torium ? yesterday and cried : , over :: the ruthless slaughter of Innocent % Hrds 1; by plume - hunters ■ as' de t; ptcted by W. L. Finley, national r * organizer for the Auduhon society. ,- before "| the * aflternoon I session of tile Pierce : county > teachers' insti iff M<r. t;SHnley >s"addTeas was full of Mr. Finley's address was full of I Interest and he made a strong plea I tor the women to stop usin...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 March 1909

- . * _: I ' ' "* ' "* ■ - !l__ '"* " '■ -— *————»■ - -- - ' - —n—i—rrtr* •' - VOL. «. NO. TO DEATH LURKS IN MAIL BAG Postal Clerks Find Box of Nytroglycerine Caps in Pack of Mail. (By United Press Leased Wire.) COLUMBUS, 0., March 12. — None the worse for their frightful experience, but still showing ef fects of having gone through one of the most terrifying tripe in their lives, four United States railway mall clerks arrived at the Union Station, after having dis posed of a box containing 1,000 nitroglycerine caps which they >bad picked up in a mail sack at Boderfieid, W. Va., while going at the rate of 45 miles an hour. Without waiting to change their clothing, the four heroes of the trip, Richard Park, M. T. Rob erts, S. C. Daily and C. C. Goode —'the latter the only one residing In Columbus —signed up their trip sheets and ram to catoh cars for their various hotels. lit was Goode, who, standing at the suspended arm of the initi! catcher after having taken !n the baig as the ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 March 1909

Commission Form] of Administration nr CLUB : DKCIDKB ;' to ;/, toe ■AND THAT COUNCIL CAM, iPlOOL&Ii ELECTION. MiiSimssiff&r''"*" *-"»y'.- :'*.'"'.' '■■■■*';:'''f gSgsip.—r-r-:^ ,v, U .•; ..■;:;, K%i fh» city council will next week •iked to call an election !, to se t • committee of IB to draw up •W charter for the city to pro i : the commission (form ]of ' tor -1 th« council refuses, then v lib* forced to call the election Ik* petition of the people, nils was [ the ! action decided .on Hm» City club at the Commercial It \ room*," last , night. Charles ury, B. 0.1 Hodge, ! Or. 8. M. he William \ Crehan and C. L. »blns were appointed a commit to see the council, ail the } meantime t the < petitions •d by ( the South End club will industriously <> circulated to rPORTANT MARITIME CONTEST IS DECIDED $ (By United Press Leased Wire.) „' SHATTLiS, March 12.—Hold 's in* *hifct the schooner W. A. Hold |»n Is liable for salvage in the sum j I if ft, 101 «nd her cargo of lumber...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 March 1909

fi BRAND NEWiET t OF CRIMINAL LAWS 1 FOR WASHINGTON i CODE ADOPTED BY Till: LEG f ISLATURE MORE LIBERAL % THAN THE OLD STATUTES —GOES INTO EFFECT JUNE f 11. - BASEBALL CAMUS, BILLIARD ROOMS AN THEATRES MAY ISOU itUJi WITHOUT APPRE : HENSION ON SUNDAY. (Times Special Service.) t OLYMPIA, Marah 12.—Wash ington will have a brand new set of criminal laws as soon as Gov : ernor Hay affixes his signature j to the criminal cods passed by R the legislature. ! . For the moat part the code Is Interesting only ■to lawyers and to those who fall 1, without the law. The, punish -1 ment for various offenses has been chonged and as :. general 1 role made more severe for the : Intentional transgressor of the • law. \ There are likewise new tffens ' es, or rather deeds that ihtreto fore 'have passed unpunished be- I cause no one 'had the fore thought • to have a law on the subject, nave been specifically made nts demeanors, with the certainty »f , astounding some offender som» day. - A New Code Liber...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 March 1909

§ 1 1338 Pacific Avenue JjJ It 1338 Pacific Avenue [ BANKRUPT STOCK We recently ; purchased the bankrupt stock of merchandise of Paul Strain of San Francisco, Portland and Marshfield, Ore. The store at Marshfield had only been running nine months, and there is not a dollar's worth of old merchandise in the stock. The stock of merchandise from Marshfield, Ore M is the goods we are now offering the public of Tacoma. The entire value of this stock being $29,400.6'), and purchased by Dave Shafer at the cash price of $7,098.97, amounting to 30 cents on the dollar, which will be closed out at 30 cents to 40 cents on the dollar. The stock consists of Ladies' Suits, Coats and Under wear, Boots and j Shoes, Men's Clothing, etc. Dave Shafer was fortunate to get these goods at such a figure. The reason: The* scarcity of bidders on ac count of the out-of-the-way place, and the difficulty in getting there. We had already bought heavily of spring goods previous to this and Mr. Shafer has decided ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 March 1909

file Times Sport Page Is Always Brimming Full With Snappy Cracker-Jack Features VOL. «. NO. 71 GRAND JURY IS CALLED TO INVESTIGATE JAMIESON CHARGES KLEIN RAVES LIKE MANIAC Mysterious Prisoner Is Put On Stand in Own Behalf flakes Session of Court Appear much Like Melodrama ■ (BULLETIN.) *ie testimony In the Klein case tva- concluded this afternoon and lii' arguments of the attorneys begin. Five attorneys will be heard. The hearing of Josua Klein on the charge of attempting to kill Mies Dora Culberteon, came to an exciting climax «A the morning •session today wl% the myster ious prisoner, who now terms himself a specialist In nervous " ~<Keea£(m, was put on the witness stand in his own behalf.. Before the attorneys had ex amined the prisoner five minutes be had grown so visibly excited that the court was forced to ad monish him frequently to be calm. Raves Wildly. Swinging his arms above his head, staring glaeslly at the jury and the court room, and talking continuously, the "radio...

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