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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 March 1909

mmm t iSPEED BOATS TO 1 1 RACE FOR TROPHY HafißSfflffiTHK-R-'V^.v. ':.•.-'■■.- -■ :■ ——— HfTBRXATIONAIi CONTEST :TO BE HKZiD IN SEATTLE DUR ■'- ING * exposition. '■"■•■- ■ • . (Bar United i Prom Ix-aaed Wire.)' ®8> SEATTLE. MarcSi —An- • aounoemeat has just been made of ptan* v lor :a? bis: regatta of speed HMts 5 to: fee 1 held on I Lake Wash- IlißitxNHhfci stammer under the mm . ttoas i«*'i Dm - exposition; and : the tootoe International' Power Boat HWOtfatton. Two of the proposed races are rO WELCOME IN TEXAS FOR BIG JACK JOHNSON AND HIS WHITE SPOUSE C'lßf 'United Prew» Leased Wire.) B- United Press Ix-ased Wire.) ALVEOTON, Tex., March 15. :i— rKtia ;,white i population of . this ; 'i ottjr 1» up in arms today following | the receipt of a report ; that Jack )■ Johnson, the } negro heavyweight. <i Intends ito 2 bring; his white wife .bare. ■ < The Texas i law ; forbids; in ;.; twrnarriaga of Whites and | blacks, j ■▼en ' in cases where the marriage «eremooy |is c performe...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 March 1909

KOREAN MISSIONARIES WILL CONDUCT SERVICES In t)h« Presbyterian churches of Tacoma tomorrow is to be sig nalised by a "Korean campaign," when three missionaries from Korea will circulate information regarding their work In that coun try as widely as the time and the number of speaking places will al low. The program follows: Flrat Presbyterian church, Rev. H. Q. Underwood, D. D., 10.30 a. m. Imrnanuel chiurcQ), Rev. E. F. Hall, 10:30 a. m. Bethany ohrob., Rev. H. B. Hulberz, 10:30 a. m. Calvary church, Dr. Underwood, 7:30 p. m. Westminster church, Rev. H. B. Hulberz, 7:30 p. m. ',-• -Sprague Memoriatl church, Rev. E. F. Hall, 7:30 p. m. Puyallup Presbyterian church, Rev. H. G. Underwood, D. D., 3 p. m. At the Y. M. C. A. Rev. E. F. Hall will speak at 3 p. m. and at tibe Y. W. C. A. Mrs. Hall will apeak at 4 p. m. '- ' ■ —there is positively no better machine made —not at any price. You can pay more for a machine than the EMPRESS costs, but you can't get a better machine! ■the EMPRESS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 March 1909

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 March 1909

ipPfHE SPOTLIGfIti «*n:MWan<lGoJ'SlPoP7vz> STAGE Scene from "The Girl Question," at the Tacoma Friday anil Saturday. AT THE TACOMA. "THE KERRY GOW" SUNDAY What is expected to be one of the delightful events of the theat rical season will be the appear ance of Arthur Cunningham at the Tacoma tomorrow night in the famous play, "The Kerry Gow," This play has been presented for many years by Joseph Murphy. Mr. Cunningham has been selected by Mr. Murphy In this play owing to his splendid voice. During the performance he renders several songs. "THE GIRL QUESTION "The Girl Question," said to be one of the biggest musical play successes on the road will be pro duced at the Tacoma .neater next Friday and Saturday. It is a com panion play to "The Time, the Place and the Girl," and is now nearing its 1000 th performance, having played 339 consecutive performances In Chicago and more than 450 in the other big cities of the United States. "The Girl Question" Is a sister show to "A Stubborn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 March 1909

SALVATION ARMY PURS SPECIAL SERVICES ; ■#s Special service* will be 'held In the i Salvation Army • hall, 630 j f Commerce \ street, Saturday even- E ing, and fan \ day! Sunday. <<s They S will Ibe £ owvducted f,by f Brigadier P ! Jenkins, provincial officer for Sal- Si [V*tion f Army ' affairs In Washing > ton, Idaho, Oregon and Wyoming, jj JSV Major: Merriweaitber . and : Adju ■; tin* Whitney of Seattle 1V will ac ; company the brigadier. ; Services tin Sundayj will be ,as : follows: I Holiness meeting, 11 a m.; praise f meeting, 3 p. m.; evening service, |t! p. m. i>S£~s4 ,"V ■.-;, >■ ■ ~ .;•.-;':: • ■' ■ r; ■ i a3sOii ri Monday evening, in = the Temple of p Music, C ' street, the i.t>rteadder i will : deliver hie i famous lecture, "Prom Betlhlehem to Cal vary," 111uetrated ?;.byj, 3,000 : feet of | beautiful ~. oolored • movhig plc " tore "films, together . wRh many Mt slides This occasion offers tlie rare '* opportunity of viewing ■tithe's splendid production....

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 March 1909

SALVATION ARMY PLANS SPECIAL ■BTSEivMJES^I: { Special eervlcee will be 'held In I «he Salvation " Army ball, ». 1630 * I Commerce street, Saturday ■ even t tBS. m»« 5 all ; day ' Sunday. -• 4 They t wilt be lOßOdTictedf by Brigadier 7 Jenkins, provincial officer far Sal- I mtton Army i affaire In Washlng- I ten, Idaho, Oregon and Wyoming. IMMajor .Merriweather and Adju , tent i Whitney of : Seattle .'.will ac company ■ the f brigadier. .- Services OH Sunday ; will v* be as ; follows: Holiness meeting, 11a.m.; praise l meeting, 3 p. m.; evening service, |1i,p.1m.-i&^.-s;-:-:1i,p.1m.-i&^.-s;-:-: ,•;•;:.■■ - : ..:■ :.:;"- =;■' |te On i Monday«'r evening, .In the §,Temple' of Music, C street, the a twigadiler > will i deliver Ills famous I lecture, '" From Bethlehem to Cal wry," Hluetrated by.- 3,000 feet of I beautiful • colored < moving pic f ture 'films, together , with - many | let I slides . This , occasion offers the rare : opportunity of viewing IFathe'n splendid pr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 March 1909

"REAL ESTATE BUSINESS PROPERTY— TAC ANT LOTS — HOMKB — ACREAGE The Glenn Estate Lots On the Point Defiance car line, with all improve ments in, are for sale at less than acreage prices. If 3'ou see them, you will buy. We are closing out the Glenn Estate lots in Glenn's First Addition on North 35th to North 38th streets, one to four blocks from the Point Defiance car line. For the next few days prices will run from $225 to $350 per lot. Terms—s2s per lot cash, balance $10 per month. These lots are a big bargain. ' Get in quick. March & McCandless 117 Eleventh Street. Berlin Building A 23456 Representatives will be on the ground from 2 till 5 Sunday. Are You Looking For a Home | If so, NORTH END PROPETITY stands a better chance for Increase In value than any other part of Tacoma. We have tho following: 6-r«om, new, 2-story house, on 31st and mason ay.i lots 40x100; full basement, pantry and bath. Price $3,200; $500 Cash Down, Bal. Easy Payments 8 rooms, 2-story, on Slit and Mason;...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 March 1909

REAL ESTATE BUSINESS PROPERTY—TAC ANT LOTS — HOMES — ACREAGES The Glenn Estate Lots On the Point Defiance car line, with all improve ments in, are for sale at less than acreage prices. If you see them, yon will bujr. We are closing out the Glenn Estate lots in Glenn's First Addition on North 35th to North 38th streets, one to four blocks from the Point Defiance car line. For the next few da\ s prices will run from $225 to $350 per lot. Terms—s2s per lot cash, balance $10 per month. These lots are a big bargain. ' Get in quick* March & McCandless 117 Eleventh Street. Berlin Building A 23456 Representatives will be on the ground from 2 till 5 Sunday. Are You Looking For a Home If so, NORTH END PROPEIITY stands a better chance for increase In value than any other part of Tacoma. We have the following: 0-raom, new, 2-story house, on 31st and mason ay.; lota 40x100; full basement, pantry and bath. Price $3,200; $500 Gash Down, Bal. Easy Payments 8 rooms, 2-story, on 31st and Mason; l...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 March 1909

POTTOM DROPS OUT OF BIG SUITS AGAINST THE CITY A. dramatic t climax in superior court X here 'yesterday', following ; two ■:' days £of ? strenuous lobbying i•* CHympia on the part of Assist -1 Wit City Attorney Frank R. Baker, Wiped s oat )28 • lawsuits that had been i started i against the city and ~ stopped ' suits in , which property owners J3 on 55 East ii Twenty-sixth street wanted something like $<M>, -000 damages from the city., ,;'■<: When the [assessment, law was passed ' years • ago on error crept Into llt 1 providing; that damages ? aright be obtained by citizens on iam t original .< street ) grade \ when ■■ it * Aid not conform' to their property *.nd when damages were obtained • It freed them from paying any of ' the assessment The section was ilk freak but when the Milwaukee | Started 'to > grade up Twenty-sixth ' jreet :28 \ property owners started ;«ult against the city. , ;wv: , sis' The | city attorney* staved '• the eases off as long as possible to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 March 1909

HBhe Times Sport Page Is Always pi I Brimming Full With Snappy yj Cracker-Jack Features VOL.. 6. No. 72 CONGRESS IN SESSION TO REVISE THE TARIFF WILL SENTENCE KLEIN SOON Strange Expositor of Occult Science, Found Guilty of Assault On Miss Dora Culbertson, to Know Fate Tuesday or Wednesday—Penalty Is From One to Two Years RIOTING RIFE IN BOOT CAPITAL CITY OF COLUMBIA PLACED UNDER MARTIAL LAW — PRESIDENT QUITS AND THEN HK.ASSI MI :S DU TIES. (By United Press Leased Wire.) WASHINGTON, D. C, March 15.—Bogota, the capital city of the United States of Columbia, is under martial law and the plaza" 1b occupied by artillery ac the re »utt of rioting whioh for the last few days has turned the South American city into the home of anarchy, according to a dispatch that reached the state department today. Rumors of disquieting activities by insurrectionists throughout the provinces have reached the Co lumbian capital, though the city Itself Ib undisturbed because of the presence of troops. Presid...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 March 1909

TOD ATS SPORTING 'NEWS NEW HONORS FOR MAY SUTTON MAT SUTTON AND HER "TEN NIS SMILE." BAN DIEOO, Gal.. March 15. — Miss May Button, already Ameri ca* tsnnls champion, has Just walked off the courts with more hoaors, having won again the championship of the Pacific coast la a recent tournament. She 1b mom planning to cross the seas to compete again for world ctaam .•'Tnonahlp honors. I FOr a holder of several dlffer * ent varieties of championships, , Miss Sutton Is notable for her ? modesty. That's the best part of It. She's a typical American girl, athletic, onaffected, modest. "How does it feel to * be fa mous?" Miss Sutton was asked jut after she had won the coast tournament. She turned to her questioner in her quick abrupt way, blue eyes wide open, and aaid: "I don't know, I'm sure. How doss it feel? Ton see, I nev er was famous. I'm Just the same as I always was." Then the girl who had Just •Oft th« championship and who had a string of cups at home long enough to fill a small ro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 March 1909

DYNAMITE HOME OF MAN WHO HAS BEEN FIGHTING THE .LIQUOR INTERESTS (By TTWted Press lienneA Wire.) a terriflo explosion In which i MARTINSVILLE, Ind., March Renner and his wife were hurled 16. —Further precautions against from bed by the shock, It was violence are being taken today by found that the steps and porch Charles G. Renner, whose Btrong had been shattered, opposition to the liquor Interests With rare presence ot mind here brought on an attempt upon Renner unleashed two blood hls life shortly before nldulght hounds he owned and set them last night. on the trail. They followed the The home of Renner, containing scent for nearly a mile but lost It himself and his family, was dyna- finally when a small brook was mtted by some miscreant. The act reached. Is attributed to tha saloon ele- The outrage was reported to tnent because of Renner's auti- the authorities and an lnvestiga liquor activities. tion Is on. Renner does not be- A charge was placed under lteve that his life was so...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 March 1909

WfflE lACOMA 7MESI PWTJHHgQ; EVERY;; EVENING V KXOTTT | •UNDAT BT' THB :: : : )^oapTlCg--708 COMMERCE STREET; POSTOFFICE BOX 128 . jjiati'ad at th» postofflce at Tacoma, ITash, as saeond-daas matter. fffcLBORAPHIC BBRVICB Of UNITED PRE3B ASSOCIATIONS? PH A!IF€ Baaimem Ottltm m ..Mala 788. AJ7BB |asHoft-H-B«Uto«faaP«P<. ........... -..Mate 7tH, A 1733 IHE 7ACOMA TIMES SHED EVERT EVENING KXCBFT SCWDAY BT THB TACOMA TIMES PUBLISHING OOMPANT PICE—76B COMMERCE STREET; POSTOFFICE BOX 108 d at the poatofflce at Tacoma, <Vash. v seoond-elaaa matter. IRAPHIC BBRVICH OF UNITED PREBB ASSOCIATIONS. lUfTC Buriaeea Office „ „ ..Mala 788, AITM |,1 OircolatkM Depc Mala 788, AllBB _ * v -Editorial Pet*. „ »,Mat» 794, A 1733 IKHMH OK HI ÜBCRIPTIOH. . SOW<«nt a copy, seven cent* a week by carrier or by malll I eats a month by carrier or by mall; six month* by nail, fl.SOi . a by nuUL 88.75. IB :■< TIMES' IIS -^afcffiSSfci^. ONLY INDEPENDENT VACOMA'B r~V ■;.V ?*ggggjy> NEWSPAPER. KAIL SU...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 March 1909

IN JAIL FOR CREATING REIGN OF TERROR; RAZOR IS FOUND IN HIS SHOE (lly United Press Leased Wire.) PORTLAND. Ore., March 15.— Following so closely the assassina tion in Palermo, Italy, of Lieuten ant Petrosino, of the New York police force, by the Blaok Hand, the arrest in Portland of Rocco Caffaro, supposed to be a member of the secret organization, has aroused more than ordinary inter est among police officials here. The prisoner, who was taken in to custody yesterday, is accused of creating a reign of terror among the poorer classes of Italian fara llies here. Rocco Calatorti, a rail Champ Clark Again Honored By Party NOTED DEMOCRAT NOMINAT ED AS CANDIDATE: FOR SPEAKER — EXPRESSES 11 IS GRATEFULNESS. (By United Press Leased Wire.) WASHINGTON, March 15. — When Champ Clark, the demo cratic nominee for speaker, en tered the house caucus of demo crats today, he was greeted with loud cheers, and was unanimously elected candidate for speaker of the house. In reply he said: "Last December...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 March 1909

LIBERIA WANTS UNCLE SAM TO SET UP ITS TOYS f t 'i:i Liberia 1 was 1 the - only •' attempt at self government by pure blacks S without white Interference. ■ ■■•-:? i-- English Is the official language m mf*tfcSSßS&&t*s&& '■'■ ■:- •■".••;■ ■-:;■' '#?;;■ The i constitution '- is ' modeled after i that Of United, States. The % flag is red, white and blue, fol p lowing the American design. ■-'■ ■ »•-/, White men cannot vote or hold •ffice. * , f^i < Liberia has a college and many Protestant churches. .; „- ■■: $$ Jilts? capital is Monrovia, a town S* of f S.OOO, named - for • President Monroe. - .•. V.;.,..v- , ■ i'- ,* Liberia :is about as largo as Hlndiana.t^'{;:,.. . ; .. -•" ■ - ; ■■•" MONROVIA, Liberia, March 16. •—The senate ;of . the' independent Republic of i Liberia was discuss ing a grave question of foreign re- S|l»tlona,>cicl;-_/;." >"i ':, -'■--■'>■- ''»... fesWar i was | raging, between Rus ■ia and Japan. The debate was: || Shall: the I independe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 March 1909

■ REAL ESTATE 1 1 BUSINESS PROPERTY—VACANT LOTS — HOMES — ACREAGE I JUST WHAT YOU WANT ■ ; 40 acres at Hillhur«t. all fenced, 15 acres In cultivation, largo 6 ■ room house, plastered, with pantry, good barn. S chicken houses and .[• parks, 2 cows, horse, wagon and chickens and farming Implements. J< Will take part Tacoma property In trade. You can not beat this any '• where for the money If taken at once. Coma to the office and let us ■ convince you. ■ A SNAP $1,100 I SM. acres, % mile from city limits; should sell at once for the price. J Good location. Terms. ■ ANOTHER BARGAIN 1 acre, 3-room house, very cheap, on the Puyallup line. 2 lots in Orchard's 2nd addition, with barn 14x22, fenced, fruit trees 5 to 6 years old. on 15th st. Terms. Some fine bargains in Muni to Park on very liberal terms. Lots 60x120 ft. PORTER & HAENER Room 320 Bankers' Trust Blag. 30 Days Sale of Harbor Heights Resort Lots in Quartermaster Harbor For the last 2 years there have been all kinds of res...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 March 1909

PiNTIFICATION OF OFFICER'S URDERERS PREVENTED BY HIS DISGUISE ROME, March 15.—That a dis ; aTuiee ' worn by Joseph Petroslno, lib* New York detective,' prevented •he Identification 3of hie ! murder- Mr* was learned today ■ from dis gJMtc&es as from ■-t Palermo, where jiNferoalno met his death ■ at the ! tends of emissaries of the Black WjiimamMlety^z-j-y.f.f.^f:.:' .•■■;. When I Petroslno was shot down fee was dressed in the costume of an I English I lord; . disguised in a blond | wig, ; Dundreary whisker* and a monocle.?>^f/.••:':-;; ■; ;..'i.:;',~ , .i ... ' i . ' — NEWSPAPER ADVERTISES FOR MISSING EMPLOYEE SAN FRANCISCO, March 15.— The continued mysterious absence of Joseph Nicholas Rochfart, a young man wlio was employed in the business office of The Chroni cle, has led that paper to carry a display advertisement, Deluding • picture of Rochfort, asking for Information concerning him. The Advertisement, which Is given a prominent place in the paper, •«y«: "It is feared tha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 March 1909

Ac Times Sport Page Is Always TX Brimming Full With Snappy If Cracker-Jack Features Ivoii. c. no. 73 TAFT SENDS FIRST MESSAGE TO CONGRESS ITARIFFCUT IN MANY i PLIES IMeasure Now Before Con- I ,: gress Provides for ,■/■'■ Large Number of '-.I Reductions. fm (BULLETIN.) ■(By United Press Leased Wire.) \ I' WASHINGTON, D. 0., March ) In. — Representative Payne of -' V'ew York desided today not to L Introduce the tariff bill until after i Mho appointment of th« new re | Bublican member of the ways and I ■yeans committee to succeed for- V w>«r Representative Boayge of I Colorado. * - * ?f It is deemed proper by Payne £. to show the bill to Bonyge's suc cessor before presenting it as the committee measure. „ The bill will probably not be < reported until tomorrow. !■ V WASHINGTON, D. C, March V 16. —The Payne tariff bill, which will be introduced in congress late today or tomorrow, is said posi tively to contain the following ! provlsins: \ No tax will be Imposed on - *> coffee. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 March 1909

SPORTING NEWS OF THE WORLD WESTON, AT 71, SAYS HE WILL WALK FROM COAST TO COAST IN 100 DAYS PA.Y9ON WESTON, PHOTOGRAPHED ESPECIALLY FOR THE TIMES JUST BEFORE STARTING ON HIS LONG WALK. IPkAB f WESTOX ENTERS EACH TOWN HE PUTS ON THIS RIO. *§!s?£& By W. G. Shepherd.^ ' NEW YORK, March ; —I'm Tl, but : feel as young as I ever AM," Mid Edward Payeon Wes- B» too, the wonderful pedestrain, w>ho ; yesterday started on hie long walk - across the North. American i^OOliijliient.X'i^'V*'!^ ■'. *[i .^■■■" ;"--/" ",*"-". mt*§£l # want this walk to be the Jfa crowning achievement of my life. "I hare always said chat walk tog : would keep a man young. I Chink that now, at the age of 71, ifljsan* prove:- It. sv '■'-;' ■.■ -". "-'.:• "Now, most old men," he Bald. 'o'i* i the photographer • prepared | to "■nap" —"most old mien are ■tlB In *h«lr joints. I'll stand in §i Aits : picture ' in a ' natural walking ••?■ ana*, with my weight thrown on Bm * front. foot. : See! ■.; I'm just ready to tak...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 March 1909

WILL NOT AGREE TO REMOVE FOUNTAIN A. V. Fawcett will not agree to 'have hie big fountain at the corner of St. Helens and Ninth and C crtreete removed to one of the parks. In a letter to Commis sioner McGregor from California Uibt morning he says he wants it 7 wJPl^ff^^^^^^^^SS^K y^^^^Mb^i^^f^A Y^PtT UpplP^^^^^ If old Chief Jo.eph could come back on hi. pony from the /^^ W/f/Vi ( * P^ HaPPy Hun*l'"? Ground, of the Indian and look again upon th« "Sll^y^M s i 7 (I M ZI^C2 "5V beautiful peninsula where in year, gone by he and his faithful trib» made !^3»*-jgAW^-~ ' .vVyV^J^ lS^^^^^^bPß^S^^-^ vL^-gf 1 -3^V^JS* y their winter cam P' there to *hoot' the wild «eeße on *• "land« and to spear C^j^^. my\ W^ /tiU. / "^ . ~ ' >-—^^ «^-H "^ LZJsSps *ne lea P'n8 »almon in the clear, blue waters of the Columbia and the dashing BP. laM-v / I • \ *fc«£ i*J fifty // '~' J s~-~~~^ —*^£rr^^^ rapids of the Yakima. Those were the days when he named the whole district ty V^ \rM*\ \i T «-■■ V^v'm^-^T^^^"...

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