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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 March 1909

HftflE 7ACOMA TIMES -InhUvbbd - ■vkby t imma bxobfv buxday ?.' bt ••■ thb I VAOOMA TiAb» PUBLISHING OOHPANT /' : ' I OW!CK~TM OOMMERCK BTREKT; FOBTQFFICE BOX 128 |Bta*»fl at th* poatofflo* at Taco Tut, as s*cx>nd-class matter | QRAPHIO SERVICH OF UNITED PRESS A88OCIATION& ■MMIUFC BuIMM Offlct „ ..Mala 988. AITBS - 1111'\ Circulation Deft. Main 788, AI7BB I a^fiJ!hy .Editorial Pegt. „ . Mala 784, 41733 ! TKKMS OP HI BSCRIPTIOM. ! j ttM awl : a wn, Mm eenta a weak bf carrier or by mail; jp» a«m« a ■•oath by canter or by mall; six mouths by mall, #1.50 j «Ma |w by mall. fJLTO. :-:/ :,.;-;■•■; .-:.;■..■■'-.. r ... - TUB TOMS IM r^?JPr> ONLY INDEPENDENT |y : ,:«:TACX)MA'B ***gsSg^ KKWBPAPKB. [ '"if*-WAUL lUIICIIIBBHI—The data when roar aubacrtptlon •spiral rfa.W »*• addraia label of each pa par. Whan that data Arrives, If •**s* subscription taaa not Kiln baa a paid in ad ance, your name la i paHaai Cram the llaC A ohana 1* of dtu on tha address label la a receipt ! L HUB TO SUB...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 March 1909

ROADS TO FIGHT FOR 3-CENT FARE ■; • WtfPAIGN IS STARTED IN ; OTHKK STATES AS RESULT ,? t OF MISSOURI DECISION. i J ; f By United Press Leased Wire.) *-'•> CHICAGO, March 16.—Plans ' or a campaign for the return of j le three-cent passenger fare are ; ■Ins made today by western rail •>ads, following a conference yes '■ erday at which It was decided to Handsome New Trains Put On Short Line »AJ)DrTION M.\l>N TO KQITIP ( MKNT ON THE PUYALIAJP ROAD. The new suburban two-oar ilns recently purchased by the ..get Sound Electric company .r use on the new Puyallup hort Line were put on 'the run tr the first time yesterday after v i»n, and will be used -henceforth >r tthc morning and evening Powerful WIRELESS \l INSTRUMENTS FOR ip, GOVERNMENT SHIPS j '; By United Press Leased Wire.) j WASHINGTON. March 16. — secretary Meyer of the navy, and he National Electric Signalling company of Pittsburg have con tracted for the equipment of the ■ government ships and land sta tions with wirel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 March 1909

CHANLER KILLS DRUNKEN MAN TO PROTECT WOMAN (By United Press Leased Wire.) OHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., Mar. —John Armstrong Chanler, fother of former Lieutenant Gov ernor Lewis Stuyvesant Ohanler of New Tork, and a member of the i 111 ion a ire Astor famtly, shot and tilled an Englishman named Oil i near here last night. The details are not known but It ta alleged that Chanler shot Gillard to defend Mrs. Gillard from an attack by her husband. Jotin Armstrong Chanler Is es JEFFRIES-JOHNSON MATCH ! IS NEARER NOW-PERHAPS I »AN FRANCISCO, March 16. — I a Oolfroth, the local fight pro- I ; otar, who has been keeping bis I." plans . decidedly under - cover of I late, came to the front today with I; * T statement; that • makes * a Jack IjjbtaMiMJlmy Jeffries fight look fljjkeja J strong possibility. Coff oth, not ■at ; all dismayed by Jef ries' repeated assertions that 'he rill never fight . again, feel* con- Ident lof landing the big pugllis -3 tie * even* ■ for i 'his ' Mission street WttlSSGil...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 March 1909

.REAL ESTATE !' BUSINESS PROPERTY— LOTS — HOMES — ACREAGE J RENT MONEY *,« 1^ w. B-room house, flnlshel in slashed grain fir, electric light! cy water, 2 good lots on corner, V, block from car line, 15 minutes' ■wilt* "* conter> Prlce » 150 terms, $160 cash, balance monthl| I 4-Room • •lunvalow. closets, pantry, large porch, 2 lots above grade, on graded nreet. 3 blocks from car line and close to business center. Price $150W ,*rms $100 cash, balance $15 per month, f 7-Room idem house, best of plumbing, electric fixtures, plastered, 2 lots on cor ■ln lawn, 8 nica fruit trees, 1 block from car line, 10 minutes' rld« business center. Price $2,500; terms, $200 cash, balance monthly. E. F. Gregory Co., Inc. i A. WJLBB. B. F. QRBGOBA 130 Twelfth Street _ If you Are looking for a good paying business, we offer you this: A grocery store, doing a business of $1600 or more per month. This Includes the following property: The store building, stock, fix tures, horse, wagon and harness, good ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 March 1909

SCHOOL TEACHER BADLY BURNED WHEN HOT IRON SETS BEDCLOTHES AFIRE (By United Press Leased Wire.) ASTORIA, Ore., March 16.— r While Miss M. Dobbs, a teacher In a local school, Is in agony to day, she has one thing to be thankful for —that Bhe was not burned to death in a fire started In her bed in the Irvln hotel by an •lectric heating iron. After placing the iron under the bed clothes to keep her warm last night, Miss Dobbs fell asleep. Not until she had been severely burned did she open her eyes to CITY SELLS OVER 20,000 LIGHTS TO PEOPLE AT BIG SAVING The sale of electrtc lamps by the city has proved to be a great benefit to the people and the city baa made money in the bargain. A report Just made to Commis sioner McGregor shows since the plan was started the city has sold 9,255 tungsten lamps and 14,714 Edlsons. The tungsten lamps cost (be city $6,147 and were sold for $1,777. This left the city a profit of $848.69 on the tungstens and $114.84 on the Edisons or a total of $973.53. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 March 1909

The Times Sport Page Is Always Brimming Full With Snappy Up-to-Date Features VOL. 6. NO. 74 FAST TRAIN RUNS WILD, CRASHES INTO STATION; SIX KILLED TARIFF BILL INTRODUCED FORTUNES i MAY BE MO Tariff Bill Presented to House Today Pro vides Levy On In heritances. (By United Press leased Wire.) / WASHINGTON, .D. C, March 17—Representative Sereno Payne, of New York, chairman of the ways and means committee, today presented the tariff bill which bears his name and which con tain*-100,000 words. The bill represents the Judgment of the committee based upon over 10,- OOu pages of printed testimony, thirty thousand letters and all the known statistics on the subject. Revenue $300,000,000. - It Is estimated that the revenue under the duties as prescribed will be $300,000,000. The inher itance tax is included with the fol lowing provisions: On the irect inheritance of from ten to one hundred thousand dollars, one per cent tax. On ' the direct inheritance of .'from one hundred thousand to 1 five...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 March 1909

. Big Auto Speeding From N. Y. to Coast FATHFINUKK CAR IS MARK ||»?s-IJra* COURSE OF INTERN A TIONAL RACK. SEATTLE, March ; 17.—One of §|l|tt« two pathfinder oars Which will jgßg^ mark the course of the interna jjfe. tional ' automobile contest for the ■ '■ ? **•"•'■ ftoberth 1 Guggenheim • trophy, fto today speeding westward > from Jpy*^ New iYork, having departed from '-*'„ the i greater' city: yesterday > morn- SBt tog ' for * Chicago. *"* :*;"'.'»' 'it; ■■ ■-i:- ''■■' i®-*'», From ! this point it will take up <f tn« work of s posting "the, route - with signs , and. making ether ar . 2 r»ngemen,ta , connected , ; ; Z with Z the U* course from Chicago to Seattle. " •-WssSsTho oar, used for this purpose Is |K|*the '.Thornaa,- which won the New York ito 1 Peris i race last year and 20tto: in Charge of John Kane Mills. LEAGUE GAMES TO CLOSE NEXT WEEK ■•-, The city basket-ball league games I will : close next week with •9 the final contest Saturday night. Tomorrow night the Y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 March 1909

PUYALLUP MAN IS KILLED BY TRAIN 18 RUN DOWN WHILE WATiK- tracks near the Stevenson mill, on ING ON N, P. TRACKS the outskirts of Puyallup, when BOTH LEGS SKVKKED. the train-approached from betalnd. He was an employe of th» Washington Venear company's James McLean, a prominent plant near Meeker Jimctdion. resident of Puyallup, was run Coroner Shaver was notified of down and killed by a westbound the accident, and instructed Un- Northern Pacific train, about dertaker E. J. Freas to take 6.30 o'clock last night. Both charge of the remains and make legs were out off, and he died an investigation. No arrange before medical aid reached him. ments have been made for the McLean was walking along the funeral. DEPUTY SHERIFF DOTEN STEPS INTO A RED HOT FIGHT DOWN IN FRISCO Six years ago Deputy Sheriff H. Now he Is getting his pay. He J. Doten Interested himself In try-, 's down in San Francisco trying ing to prevent Detective Tom {J» e*tradite Erich Engle for „ . _ _ . buncoing August Christia...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 March 1909

I THE 7ACOMA TIMES [BUSHED EVERY EVKNIHQ <; kxcktt % SCNDAY BX THB \< TAOOMA TIMES PC BUSHING COMPANY ■ OFFICE—7<W COMMERCE STREET; FOBTOFFICE BOX 128 latored at the poatofflee »t,TM»iM.',ffiih,ii —cond-class matt—V TBUDQRAPHIC SERVICE OF UNITED PRESS ASSOCIATION* DUAIirC HutneN Office ......... „, ..Mala 78S, AI7M IrlllllirX Orculatio* ■'Deft....... Mate 788, AI7BS ■ ■IVIII-U Bdltotial D«p«. ............Mate 194. A 1733 "; TBKHB OK Ml BSCRIFTIOM. " i ~ . Urn e*at a copy, seres ceats a week by carrier or by mails %f •* «enta a bobUi by carrier or by mail; six month* by mall, $I.BO| .MM ye**, by mall. 99.75. '~ > '*f *"-!"'"•■ **. -■ '■'■*,*:;*'■■-'"'•.",■'■.. . '■^.-.•vi a IMJB TOUCH il* ' ,CJ?3SP^~ . i ONLY INDEPKNIIESii" yMfe^**qp^!^^-:w''7^^^3y^g4?-?NKWSPAPgB. - ■- * ; *• KAIL IDMCunnu—The data when your subscription ««plr«« an . tfca; address label iof i each papa-. - When that data « arrives, U If f>*«r subscription has not again bean paid In ad ance, your name I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 March 1909

"Luck Powder" Fine , For Washing Clothes SO SAYS MAN ARRESTED FOR SELUNG STRANGE MIXTURE TO WOMEN. (By United Press Leaned Wire.) SEATTLE, March 17.—"Luck powders" of his own manufacture caused the undoing of S. H. Thompson, by the arrest of whom the local police believe they have nipped in the bud a scheme to fleece women of the Northwest of small sums of money. Thompson's plan was to express "C. O. D." small boxes containing a disagreeable smelling mixture to Seattle women whose names and addresses he picked at ran dom from the telephone direct ory. HAMLET'S TRIAL CONTINUED TONIGHT The Congregational Brother hood, tut First Congregational chinch, last night opened a mock trial trying to prove Hamlet guil ty of murder, breach, of promise and various other high crimes and misdemeanors. There was a large attendance and the performance kept the audience In an uproar. The witnesses had such vivid imaginations that it was impossi ble to conclude the testimony and the oase goes over unti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 March 1909

PSES PRISONER AETER $300 EOR CAPTURE (By United Press Leased.Wire.) CHICAGO, March, —After > paying , the I police of ! Hoboken, N. 1 3-. are ward of 00; for the cap jtor* tof Arthur . Legree, an ' alleg ed burglar, Sheriff Nlchola Trauf- M««r,_of Virginia, Mont., today lost ■la ; prisoner "in '■■ a barber i -/ shop. J lVauffler j arrived '' here .. with S his § prisoner, en route to Montana and Walked his prisoner into a barber | »hop; to be shared. **•- He * left Le ;»ffrree | apparently eafely., manacled I with an "Oregon ; boot," i a heavy I lead casing for, the ' leg.'CMt^'eH Legree, who. had been coavers tag with his brother, walked away ;,<lrtien;the vigilance of the sheriff was Irehuted^r,^-v';?'.v:-: ■£*.-^-■•,.-.-\ Trauffler ] has offered : a reward (0f,!550, from his ; own pocket for fb* return of the escaped prisoner. I Jilt BULL AT ISMARK ON sup One of <$ the " first ; amateur IPWiiballi games of the season will S fee played . Sunday afternoon on i the ; Bismar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 March 1909

REAL ESTATE FINE NORTH END LOTS ON FT. DEFIANCE! CAK 1.1 \ 18. BOMB . HAVE WATER VIEWS 1 We are closing out the Glenn Estate lots In Glenn's First Addi tion on North 35th to North 38th streets, one to four blocks from Pt. Defiance car line. For the next few daya prices will 'run from $225 to $350 per lot. j Terms 25 - per lot cash, balance flO per month. These lota are a big bargain. Gel In quick. March & McCandless lIT-lith St., Berlin Bids;. Representatives will be on the ground from 2 to 6 Sunday. SMALL HOUSE Almost new. water and lights, 2 /lne lots, east front, above grade; 2 blocks from car line. Price $700; on time to suit purchaser. E.T. GREGORY & GO., Inc. 120 12th St. 36 acres, waterfront, clams and some oysters. Price $1300. COTTON A MOSKR FOR SALEWe have a number of very eligible Commencement Bay addition lots, in bunches; fine for manufacturing sites. C. E. Palmer, 411 Fidelity Bids. •2.80 PER ACRE! FOR 160 ACRES If you desire to make application for the purchas...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 March 1909

r Patrick Honored in Befitting Style LOTAL SONS OF ERIN HOLD i; ' CKLKBRATION AND CITY IS ; CLOTHED IN GREEN—BAN KBT TONIGHT.. old Ireland deacendVinte of old Ireland IJ today,! ushered X in. their national ! J |«*tl day" In v a manner [. befitting i tie birthday ' anniversary of Ire- Siland's s patron ' saint ; •. With the ;' "Wearing of i the / Green" attuned to the heartstrings of every loyal •on of Erin, ; and ? shamrocks and Iscreen \ ribbons . lending a color ■ to \ lie day,"- those» who > honored the memory of St. Patrick made the I§ Bcaslon • appear . much ; like 'a ' na jttonaJ holiday. • .;•'.' '■ ;::■'>/■■■*"■ '■"» --• Js^S?At? St. Patrick's Church. I vWAt St. Patrick's Catholic church, I {forth • Twelfth and J streets, the I I fey was observed with low mass j *t 7 o'clock this morning and sol [ MOB high mass at 9 o'clock. The I. 'Ancient; Order .; of Hibernians at- I laded I these services in * a body j I fUMI s special ■ music 1 was ; furnished I the slaters and p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 March 1909

The Times Sport Page Is Always Brimming Full With Snappy Up-to-Date Features VOI/. 6. NO. 78 ENORMOUS T MBER DEAL Land Barons Negotiating for Tracts in This State Worth $700,000 (By TTnlted Press lieased Wire.) PORTLAND, Ore., March 18. — Further evidence of the reported gigantic fight on the part of land barons, as represented by the Weyerhae.user Interests, and the Croseett Timber company of Dav enport, lowa, to control the tim ber situation in the Pacific North west is found In th« purchase by the latter of Washington timber tracts for the enormous sum of $700,000. The deal whereby one tract In Oowlltz county, for which $250, --000 was paid by the Croseett peo ple, has been closed and negotia tions looking to tine acquisition of another tract In the same county for $450,000 are about to be terminated. The tract that has already been transferred was the property of D. C. Pel ton, of Port land, and comprised 3,000 acres. The other tract of 5,300 acres now under negotiations, is hel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 March 1909

SfaS€>NAßifrSF®RTg AMERICAN JOCKEYS WHO WILL RIDE ABROAD I MBW YORK, March 18.—Al | it every steamship sailing from | a port for the next two weeks I will, carry one or more American | lhay*, who will ride in England, I trrnany, Prance or Russia. I Ammma the boys who will ride I abroad are Fred Taral, Joe Not- I imr, John Reiff, Spencer, Shaw. I idtke. Lucein Lyne, Jay Raysch, Mm Pagan, Dave Nicol, Vinceat (WILL FIGHT EITHER, JOHNSON OR JEFFRIES" DECLARES JIM CORBETT S WHEELING, W. Va.,' March 18. -©■twardlv I Incensed at the , at •d» jfotl the a* fighting ■• world, JfiMttes J.'Corbett today issued the . MBu ■ lug challenge: ■ , i .makes m» tired to see this 11. Corbett leading pro tg challenge: lake* me- tired to see this Johnson leading the pro «HHioa?wklt: his cheat out and MtoNlr ready to stand up to him: iilh'i;tsJta the right that any ma* TIGERS WILL PLAY FIRST GAME SUNDAY fiHirnrw players >: to meet :^'Biaa-raoF£BsioNAiiS AT 1 feATHLETIC '•' PARK.'-'.:". --'■'• •\ ' wmm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 March 1909

MEDDLERS SCORE GREAT HIT "The Meddlers" Boclal at the Commercial club last night kept 200 members In a high state of enjoyment for several hours. The evening started with a banquet and then the fun opened. There ■was oratory and stereopticon ©balk talks that were more elo quent than words In showing tlhe (prominent members of the olub following their various fads and fancies. The rolre was a great hit. NEW BUTTONS FOR F HEMF.N The fire ladies are being sup plied today with brand new silver coat and vest buttons. Th.c but tons are labeled "Tacoma Fire De partment" and are much better, tooth in design and utility, than mi)' ever ueed by the department. Each ftreman will also receive a cap-badge, and the officers have ttieir individual insignia. WANTS MATRONS TO CARE FOR GIRLS During the world's fair at Chi cago 700 girls who went to that city dropped out of sight forever. To prevent such a contingency In Tacoma this summer, when fcousands will come here, the Y. W. C. A. last night app...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 March 1909

MWE TACOMA TIMES ■DD BVIUZr ■VBHUKI 2 MICKTT S ■UNDAT •' BY/." TUB §ii§ifM »AOOItA v;Tn«»jPBBUSHINa,OOMPAHT i,. • .; ' hmCB-TU COMMERCE BTRBBT) rOSTOFFICK BOX 188 '. ' ijMtJed.ai til* postofflce at Tacoma. Trash. — second sle— matter. riujfaiurinn BBHVICH Of iihitti PRESS innnniiiTi''"™ nkiA&irC Bbumm Offlo* ..Main 7SS. AITM |||llr\ Oarculatlo* D«9t. ............ Mala 788. A 1783 I iVIW-V/ .8dit0fuiD«f«...............iui »M, A 1733 ■■igpai^piMyßttMß' ok MrßsofUPnoH.', S,- XT' W-;<','■ '■"; 'JWt.iwtji copy, Nfti cwm a weak by oarriw or by —lit « MMi a saoath by cantor or by mall; six moatlu by mail. fl.BOi —[*— by eaali. 98.70. _ HI IDU''. lit ; *'" •' **iMnm* » ONLY INDEPENDENT TAOOMA'S ''^USfflf" NEWSPAPER. #•) in. IVBIOHIBIB*-TH» data irtmi y»ur •üb»criptlon *"**; • i M4r«M label of weh paper.. Whm that . data wrlvw. U MpTtMbiMlßUop. baa not a«aln but paid In ad Knee, your name Is IMS* iwi IK Bit A «kang« of datiTa th« addr«» lab«l 1» a r«o»lpt «|mci TO Itl^MHllßHl— your co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 March 1909

THE TACOIfaA TIMES BIG MILL TOTALLY DESTROYED BY FIRE * PfcAHT OF THE PUOET ROUND Responding voluntarily to the WATKRFHONX, It \/.i;n TO Tacoma TJug & Barge company ÜBOUND—LOSS $75,000. went to the scene, and aided . ._, nnn greatly in preventing the spread At a.Joss of $75,000. covered by of the flames. Great praise is due • 140,000 insurance, the entire the owners of the tug for their plant of the Puget Sound Lumber open--he*rt«d action. . company on the waterfront, north Ktn»lo»«H I »,-„,. *-„.,... of Old Town, was burned to the *»>Pl°r«*l I*rge Force. ground last night. The destruc- Tho PuK«t Sound Lumber com tion of the larl« saw mill plant Panv's mill has been cutting 110, --brouabt out more urgently than °00 feßt ot lumber dally, and em . mt the need of a fire-boat for I' 10*8*!0 *8*! between 60 and 80 men. Taoama'B harbor. E' v* wlntermute. secretary The blasts vris seen about 9 an<l treasurer of the company, an o'olo«k tftr a night watchman but nouncpd immediately...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 March 1909

Eight - Year - Old Child Kidnapped and Held for Ransom (By United Press Xjeaned Wire.) Btructed by letter to Insert an ad -BHARON, Pa., March 18.— yertisement in three papers; one ii7iiii- on,. ... , , .. is the Cleveland Press, and this Willie Whitma, the eight-year-old afternoon he sent the following ■on of James P. Whitma, brother- advertisement to The Press: jn-law of Frank H. Buhl, the "PERSONAL—A. A.—Will do steel millionaire of Sharon, was as requested. J. P. W." Kidnaped by two men today and The lad was taken from his to being held for ransom in the school by the men who told the ■Um.i° f ♦10000- teacher that his father had sent The father of the lad was In- them for him LUMBER TO BE CHEAPER CKTT IN TAFIFF WILL IIICI \«; MILLIONS OF FEET FROM CANAI>A—IT. 8. TIMBER MEN GETTING CONTROL OF CAN ADIAN MILLS. (By United Press Leased Wire.) VANCOUVER, B. C, March 18. —British Columbia lumber manu facturers on the coast look with favor on a reduotion of half the duty on finished ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 March 1909

REAL ESTATE BUSINESS PROPERTY—VACANT LOTS — HOICKS — ACRBAOB $10 a Month ved ana put where It will work and earn more money will mean to v the difference betweun Independence and poverty In a few years. A payment of $10 a month will make you the owner of two fine :s In Sunset Home addition —high, sightly, close In, fancy property it will inevitably command fancy prices. That every dollar will earn least another dollar while you arc paying for the lot there is no asonable doubt. There is nothing In the investment line where your vlngs will earn anything like what they will in this addition. Better see It at once. The lots are going fast and the chance will on be over. Come in and let us take you out. Price, $150 nnd up r lot. Take Pacific Traction car, get off at 36th at. Salesmen on I ground. Gregory Co., Inc. 120 Twelfth Street YOUR >m\ I:i WILL, GROW QI ICK IF PLANTKIJ is TIDELANDS I can sell you tideland lots or acreage for positively the best bar (ln prices und on easy terms....

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