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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 March 1909

THE 7ACOMA TIMES ■^ VmUJMUBD BVKRI . EVENING MXCBFV SUWDAT BY MM »^pX^^! TAOOMA v TIMKB - PUBLISHING COMPACT .■= • .^j. OFFICE—TM COMMERCE STREET; POBTOFFICE BOX I*B *| liters* : at, tin portomo* at Tacoma. rasa, m second-class natter? ft TBIJCORAPHIC SERVICE OF UNITED PRESS ASSOCIATIONS. DllAkiPC Basiaess Office m ..Main 788, AJ7SB niifyrx oimi»ti<N. D«t Main 788, aitss MlVllLJnm^p,^ ...Mala 7P4. « 1T33 ' ~"~~ TEKM* OK ar vmCBMFTIOn. Om mat • copy, seven coats • week bf carrier or by maU| %m onm m mojath by canter or by mil; six moatfaa by mall. 81.001. Mf^j»wHhr.w«u»#Bt7a.i^fr'f;. .«\:»i^-l/k:,;"vX-';:>/ .'■»"'.;'- *'"-'- -• 5 1 &'£ mi 1 TDIU £IM ?'. • ..filKSltin --; ONLY INDEPKNDESif I f TACOMA •« - <fßs£** NKWHPAPEB. $#?^— Man* WIWIIIIIM ' I ll« data whan your subscription aspire* '■111 MitlM'iMnw label of aach pape-. When that data utrlvu, If EMur rlpttoa baa not acatn bean paid :n adranca, your name It lUkem.firaea tna Hat. * A !■!>■■■■ nf JtUoi th. addraaa la...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 March 1909

rAOW B. MOm>AV, MARCH 29 THROAT TERRIBL 1 BURNED BY ACID (Ny United Press liPas<Ml Wire.) VANCOUVER, Wash., March 22. —With only a fighting chance for hta life left, James Murphy, 30 years old, an el«otrlcian of Se attle, lies in a hospital here to day with ht« mouth and throat terribly burned by an ounce of pure carbolic actd, which he swal lowed yesterday because lie had grown despondent. The young man came 'h.e.re from Portland to end his life. Shortly utter ha was assigned to a room in th« St. Elmo hotel a telephone call for him was received. The proprietor forced his way into the mom, when loud rapping failed ito bring a response, and found Mur phy lying on the floor in convul sions. After regaining conscious ness Murphy asked for a pencil and wrote: "Call Jersey 1066, St. Johns, Oregon, Mrs. Johnson, my cousin." It is said that Murphy recently loot $70,000 in gambling opera tions in Denver and New York. TO CONSULT ON NEW RAILWAY PROJECT (By United Press Leased Wire.) WAS...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 March 1909

NEW CRIMINAL CODE SIGNED DV GOVERNOR OLYMPIA, March 22.—Gover nor Hay today signed the criminal code without making any changes The code will go Into effect In three months, Just as it was pass ed by the legislature. It had been OKpected that Governor Hay would v«to the sections which specifical & permit theaters to be open on aday and baseball games and Other like sports to be indulged in, but he didn't. Governor Hay today also vetoed the "Oyster Land Grab" whereby the state relinquished its titles to certain oyster lands. T.R.&P, WAS THERE FIRST Manager Dimmock In a letter •o Commissioner McGregor today Alient the crossing of the T. R. & P. *nd the Milwaukee railways on Bast D street, insists that his cora- IMuiy Is In a position to stand pat «j)d let the Milwaukee have a (fade crossing if It wants one. I QUEER THIEF CAPTURED I IN OLD LADIES'HOME JIOTOIUOUS "GAS INBPEOTOR" CAUGHT AFTER HARD CHASK—COJTFKSSEN TO 11 BITKOLAIUKH. I (By United Pre*g Leased Wire.) ifrfOAKLAN...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 March 1909

PAGB 7, MONDAY, MARCH 39 REAL ESTATE BUSINESS PROPERTY—VACANT LOTH — HOMES — ACREAGE • $200 Cash makes first payment on a now 4-room bungalow, plastered, elec tric lights, city water; IV4 lots above grade, 3 blocks from McKlnley Park car line, on East X st. Take McKinley Park car and get off at end of line at our office. E. F. GREGORY CO, Inc. B. R. WEBB. E. P. GREGORY 120 TWELFTH STREET Smith & fife's Addition The most centrally located addition In. Tacoma: lots at less than half the prico of other additions similarly situated. South X Street Car Line Runs through the addition, only one mile to business center, all lots close to oar; water, sewer, streets graded and cement sidewalks all in and assessments paid. Easy Terms $40 cash, balance $10 per month. Our branch office, corner South 23d and O sts., open Sundays. PARSONS & SMITH 516-17 California Bldg. North End Land Office Cor. Cheyenne and 42nd Street C. W. STEWART JR. MANAGER $275 to $325 for good lots in Glenn's Ist A...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 March 1909

I »AOT 8, MONDAY. MARCH Sfl MYSTERIOUS MURDER CASE IN SPOKANE I BODY OF MAN -ATTIRED IN %» WEDDING ■■:: CLOTHES AND S§? PARTLY CREMATKD, IS fOUND. IBr United Press leaded Wire.) BPOKANE, March 22.Dressed ' an if ■ (or a wedding, the body of A. Lewandoski, a Polish • cabinet I ■taker, of < Chicago, was found on | the Fort Wright military reserva tion yesterday afternoon, with & three bullet wounds in ' the ; head ? 1 »nd the clothing partly burned from i the body. :■- There was every indication that the man had been ■< murdered and the body carried to % the spot where it was found, laid | Out in' an orderly manner and set fl on fire to destroy marks of identi fication. - Only those garments on the up ■fer part of the body burned, and the edge of the name tag on the inside of the vest was charred. Sergt. Ladhoff, United ; States trmjr, discovered th« body on top Of a knoll about a mile northwest Of ; the '■ fort, probably. three • miles •> from ; Spokane. Fort officers an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 March 1909

.__ *aiii* Trt move?."; It no. don't *»'«•* «,. lv« «he Time* carrier roar new *«-'"••«■ By data* th'a or by trlrphonlnic the limn of fl<-». Mala TSS or lad. AITS.% ><>v will be ■»nri-il of no* —«»■»■« a alaKlr cop. of roar puirr. The Tlmr. carrier •i"i'»> ' '">"» the whole clt y and the anburba. You ran have the Itmrm delivered to your door, ■■<> matter whero roa Bin. Just rcamember to let ii> know your uk nd- VOL. 6. NO. 70 THOUSANDS CHEER AS COL. ROOSEVELT SAILS KIDNAPED BOY IS HOME AGAIN Little Willie Whitla Restored to Arms of His Mother-Pat Crowe Thinks Abductors Will Be Captured CLEVELAND, 0., March 2 3. —"Oh, mother, I have Willie here In my arms; he is safe. Glory to God, mamma. It is the happiest night of my life." Such was the telephone message sent from the Hollendon hotel here last night by the father of Willie Whitla to the boy's mother at Sharon, MAY BUILD LARGER DEPOT President Elliott of the North ern Pacific railway will come to Taconxa t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 March 1909

»i i- _ 'Q^T_Z ,jZ,' y ■■^^yg; TODAY'S SPORTING \NEWS ! IITTIE OLD Mi DOT FOB II 4310-MILE WftLH HISPIBCS YOUTH M SHnMES la FIT MEW m •••••••••••••• l#^^®J;'Jr itv'-';r"; -^ •■•■:.'.' .■.'■■"'-"■••"- ' |#mI Every hour Weston ;will • i#r»»lk:!»-^V:'-.-■'■■':■■"."-;■-■'',.:■ .'■.■-■.;•• • 4*B-10 miles, ■■.-''... • i 1T, 704 feet. ■-'-■ ■■•■■■'• ■ • i 11,382 : steps. v,-: "'■''>-. • -.'- '■■:. • fßvery day: «.'::•>■: -.-• 48 miles. • #M 187,040 feet, V ■' • {118,510 steps. • The entire trip: :.. i :■. ..■-.. • 14300 miles. -» 22.704J00 ; ««ev|#"v^M • • 11,862,000 steps. ;'•:,.:•■/- • • »jy»^«£-&r4-V.-A"; M.i- ;j -.. ■■■::, :■'. i, • •••••••••••••••• 3|lti By : Geo, Pnlf : *A AY.i ALBANY, N. V., March ; 23.— An old gentleman with light, elas tic > step, .-■ straight •• back, - pink choaks and clear blue eyes, la out for • walk. Hit name la Edward . Payvon Weston, and I his 5 feet , are * to carry htm 4300 miles from this city to San Francisco. fmYoui have heard of Weston, t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 March 1909

PAGB S, TUESDAY, MARCH 23 WOMAN IS BURNED TO DEATH iNCTVERATViD IN A FIRK WHICH DESTROYS OLJ) COUNTY HOSPITAL. Mrs. Mary E. Pearce, 79 years old, was burned to death In her home at the old county hospital, a half block south of the present county hospital, and the entire two-story structure was razed to the ground as the result of the overturning of a lamp at 7 o'clock last night. Parker Pearoe, the aged woman's husband, who is nearly 78 years old, was in the building at the time the fire start ed, and made a desperate attempt to drag his unconscious wife from the place, but failed. The old couple has been living In the abandoned hospital build- Ing, which is located near South 88th and Pacific ay., at the ex pense of the county. They were alone in the lower portion of the building last evening, and there was no person closer to them than the inmates of the county hos pital. Clothing in Flames. Mrs. Pearce was sitting in her room, preparing for bed, and her husband was in the room a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 March 1909

PAGE 4 , THE TACOMA TIMES nuniD BVICRT BVKNINO KXGBfT MJNDAT BT IKB /„.■; TAOOMA TIMES PUBLiSHIWO COMPANT ; OFFICE—76» COMMERCE STREET; POSTOFFICK BOX 128 ■lalsnil »t th» poatottlce at Tacoma. r.-ash. as second-class matt* ?%mMBOEAPHtO;SgRVICB OF V NITBD PRKBB ASSOCIATIONS liSJnKi Carcalalio* Dee*. . Main »M. •<"*• ■lIiVIIB-V BdltorUl Dent. ........... ....Mate 7*4. *IT3» * TKKMB Ol«" Sl' ÜBORIPTION. __«, Ob* esat • copy, seven ceata • week by carrier or by meßl IM mm* a moat* by carrier or by mall; .U months by Mil, •»•«»« ■?•••• yaw by mall. ••.TO. __ > l*»f TKB TDdLKB IS :■ : *--agS3^% ONLY KfDKPKNDWTI . I TACXJMA-8 '"^SSS^^ HMWBPAPKB. Sl'^W pin. ■ lonownu Th« dtU w»« your ■ntxerlpUoa .axplra* -£te OB the addrcee label o« each papa:-. Wb« that date »"rtv»J. JJ brour saaeeHpOon bu not win bean paid :n advance, your "™V II jpafc— ftam The Hat A cht»» of diUon th« addrw, la ar— HOIIOI raainncßißsms— Sho ul<3 your copy of the *>■>*» tail to rtMb ran by « o'clock tny ev...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 March 1909

PAOB B, TCBBDAT, MARCH » EXPLAINS PRINCIPLES OF CHRISTIAN SCIENCE TO A LARGE AUDIENCE That Christian Science is not (hypnotism, mental suggestion, the Kmanuel church movement or any other of the wide range of men tal philosophies now being utilized toy outsiders to effect physical changes, was the declaration of Prof. M. S. Herlng, the Christian . Science speaker. In an address at the Tacoma theater last night. The address was heard by a large audience. Hypnotism or mental sugges tion, he said, would pursuade the sufferer that he is not 111, that he Is all right, and the benefit is, therefore, only temporary at best and the evil returns. "Christian Science revolution izes the thought of the sufferer," said the speaker, "teaches him DEADLOCK OVER THE DIRECT PRIMARY BILL BROKEN IN CALIFORNIA (By United Press Leafed Wire.) SACRAMENTO, Cal., March 23.—The long deadlock over the direot primary bill has been brok en through the Ingenuity of Speak er Stanton, who has so amended It as to ob...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 March 1909

AMBASSADOR IS MADE DOCTOR OFUIWS (By United ; Press Leased Wire.) §m BERKELEY, CaJ., March 23.— f* Standing j before a great audience la the Harmon gymnasium of the sUntverelty of California, the Hon. '« James , Bry«e, ambassador . to ■ the %' United . States ? from England, to f: fey < received the honorary. degree of i doctor of ■ laws i from t the Uul- Terstty of California. -J.fi Ambassador I Bryce • Is ' the ; first h distinguished " visitor to i the , uni versity to receive the degree since • ■ th* visit Sof |Theodore ■ Roosevelt ?' In il9 0 when the Academic Coun cil of the university conferred the . L. L. D. upon the then president. to. During the morning ■ Ambassa dor Bryce delivered an address In t (he Harmon gymnasium at the an nual charter day exorcises of the university. ;■' .'•': ::.-;"- ;■■/-. DRUGGIST IS ARRESTED Kt. J. Hartroan, a. Bismarck Cgifrt, was arrested last night | by Officer Shaffer on a warrant •worn out by Police Captain Read, •barging him wltb veilin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 March 1909

PAGE 7, TUKSDAY, MARCH SS REAL ESTATE BUSINESS PROPERTY—VACANT LOTS— HOM93 — ACREAGE IMPROVED FARM OF 40 ACRES NEAR DEPOT ON T. K. R. !«., CLOSE) IX. $4,009; terms, $2,500 cash, bal. from 1 to 6 years; 10 acres under cul tivation, lnoludlng 10 acres bottom; also 1000 cords wood. 100 bear- Ing fruit trees, 4-room house, outbuildings, wagon, buggy, 2 cows, I howea, T5 to 100 chickens, plow, harrow, cultivator, all kinds of nmall tools, also furniture, including piano, 4 bads, range, chairs and plenty other small things to make housekeeping complete. I shall advise you not to wait: come, investigate and secure this fine , place for a homo, ready to have an income right on the start. SEE TROGNITZ. 613-14 Pruvldent Bid*. fc, 1 . i , FOX ISLAND > Do you want a garden home on this sightly island, where the earli est strawberries and tomatoes are grown and all kinds of other fruits? Of course you do. and we can maJte. you the easiest kind of terms on a 5 or tO-acru tract including waterf...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 March 1909

FNVER TRUST OFF ITS HIGH HORSE now wnxma to furnw Omr WITH AM THH KLBK' TRKTTY IT NKBDB. The power trust has come off It* high horse. A few weeks ago It declared It could not and wonM feot give the city any more power than it was now getting. Thl« Statement was made Just before the rot* on the power plant and was expected to frighten the city Into making another contract with the trust. It did not work. Yesterday afternoon Commis sioner McGregor received a let ter from Manager Ramsdell saying POLICE CHIEFS WILL JOIN HANDS TO EXTERMINATE BLACK HAND New York detective murdered by Black Hand conspirators In Sicily. NEW YORK, March 23.— U n the plans of Police Commis sioner Bingham fall, there will be a meeting of police chiefs In thin city In a few days, as the result of which war will be declared upon the Sicilian society known as the Black Hand. Aroused by the murder of Lieut. Petrosino, the famous New York "Black Hand" detective, Bingham has asked the chiefs of the large cities to c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 March 1909

/^^UIGOINO TO MOVE? It •*4_____V«e« to «It« the Time* carrier your un ■ddreasi -v In* this or by. telephoning the 'Ilmra of* flee. Main v« - J>r lad. AI7XI, you will l>«- assured of no* ml«alna; a i»l..J|!r copy of roar paper. , The Time* carrier ayaten covers .!•.• wbola rlty and the suburbs. Yon mi hare the Times delivered to your door, no matter where you more I Just remember to let ua know your urn ad- Areas. YOIi. 6. NO. 80 WHITLA BOY IDENTIFIES PICTURES OF ALLEGED KIDNAPERS 11. P. WILL LAY NEW LINE President Howard Elliott Announces New Feeder for Road in East End of State. for the purpose of opening up the region bordering Moses lake, in Douglas county, where 100, --000 acres can be Irrigated, the Northern Pacific railroad will con struct a line from Adrian, on thp Great Northern to Pasco, passing through Othello, on the Milwau kee line. This i.s the announce ment ol President Howard Elliott of the Northern Pacific, who Is on the coast for the purpose of completing the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 March 1909

Jftfc— a, UMIMMIU. MAM. M SPORTING NEWS OF THE WORLD Woman Is Captain of Baseball Team 00-ED TO SEJOKCT PLAYERS AT STATK VNIVKIIBITY. (By United Press Leased Wire.) P m<v«BATTLE. March f 24.— Vi senior 5 law :. class to&s established a precedent at the University of Washington by electing its one woman ; member. ' Miss Blanche Funk, as captain of it«; baseball ■;■ team, which is to meet the junior Haw nine In the Bear future, ;£-{X:4. "I JUST EAT WHAT MA COOKS," t SAYS YOUNG MARATHON WONDER P BAN i FRANCISCO, Cal., March ; 14.—Take ■ a > good 2 look : at •/ this youngster. If the opinions of some of the best trainers on the Paci fic coast ■ count for - anything, you are likely to Bee him again. <s^ Hi*: name ils I Sidney. Rosen thai. He la 15 years old and has already won a name (or himself as a long distance runner. In a recent Mar athon race : over : the '- regulation distance, . and in which all . the cracks lof .* the! coast ' competed, ' he finished ; 17th. There w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 March 1909

PAGB 8, WEDNESDAY 1, MAR. 24 BALLOONISTS SAVED AFTER TERRIFIC BATTLE WITH SNOW AND WIND (By United Tress Leased Wire.) PASADENA, Cal., March 24.— Captain A. K. Mueller and "his five companions who ■ were lost (here last - Saturday after . making en ascent in the balloon American, 1 cached Swltzer's camp at the headwaters of the Arroyo Seco, 14 miles northeast of here, at 2:40 o'clock yesterday afternoo.. Although 'half dead from fa tigite the members of the party will recover (ram their terrible experience. . Landing on Strawberry moun tain, on the north eide of the Sierra Madre range at 0:30 o'clock last Saturday evening, the aero nauts set out on foot i«. an at tempt to reach civilization. For seventy hours they battled with blizzards, floundering through snowdrifts, forded raging streams end suffered torture from -hunger and cold. Finally, after almost superhuman efforts, they arrived at Switzer's camp late yesterday afternooi. and telephoned the news of their safety to relatives...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 March 1909

E'HE 7ACOMA TIMES IHED ■TOBY EVENING aUEGBXT SUNDAY BY THE TAOOMA TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY ICE—7OS COMMERCE STREET; POSTOFFICB BOX 128 IJgjjOatswd at the postofflce at Tacoma, ''.'ash, as second-class matter, TMJBORAPHIC BBRVICH OF.TJNITKD PRBSB AfISOCIATIONa iiPHIaiIFC Business Office „ ..Mate 788, AITSB HITIIIIIILaI Ohrcsdatioi. DopC ..Mala 788, AI7BB ■ ■■V"«-Vy.Kidi to rUl Deps. ? .-.-;v;>V;V. »■ „ . Mais 79*.: A 1T33 ■ - aSp^k>"«V':|\' > TKKHH OK til BSORIPTION. 1-V^^,-r.- '..*■'-■,-■■-'■ , - One cent a copy, seven cents • week by carrier or by maili 5.^ • cents a moatb by carrier or by mall; six months by mail, f 1.30j F — ywtr by mail. «8.75. -;.. -,>.- „^ -_ ,•„-:«♦ 5 / :-i,:>y .-;.• ■•■■;? - IfelM thk^ timkh\ a» ;■';,: "'.'tfiff-^gSj^.- ■_' osvr indbpekuknt I ;■■'./..,■;. - ~^»aaiitiS? '"--,., NEWSPAPER. "\' ' '. i»iSf •• MAIL'SBBSCSUDCHS—Th« date wben your axplrM TACOMA'B 'li'Si^ NEWSPAPER. *O MAIL ■ ÜBJtßlßicns—Th* dat* when your aubicrlptloa expire* IS on t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 March 1909

rAOOI 8. WKDITISDAT, MAR. M a N. TRAINS HERE MAY 23 OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT OF NEW PASSENGER SERVICE —TACOMA Will, BE WEST • BUN TERMINUS. Great Northern passenger ser vice will begin from Tacoma May 23, according to official announce men of the Hill officials. This advent of the Great North ern will put the terminus of the line at Tacoma Instead of Seattle. It means that trains will be made up here. The conductors, en ' gineers and other trainmen will live 'here and the commissary de partment will have to be here. AM this will add considerably to the population and business o: SCHOONER GOING TO PIECES ON BEACH (By United Press Leased Wire.) MARSHFIELD. Ore., March 24. •—The Marconi, a lumber schoon er owned by the Simpson Lumber oompany, is today being dashed to pieces on Bassendorfa beach, * mile south of Coos Bay harbor, beyond all hope of ever being floated. Th« vessel, which was laden with lumber and bound for South America, was being towed to sea t>y the tug Columbia yesterda...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 March 1909

TEDDY HAVING 'GOOD TIME ATSEA (By United Press Fx-aiwd Wire.) NEW YORK, March 24.—The staff correspondent of the United press aboard the steamship Ham burg reported by wireless today that Colenel Roosevelt and Her mit worked in the gymnasium of the shop in the early morning. At the time the message was received the vessel wan 290 miles east of Bandy Hook. The weather was jßKcellent and the sea smooth. Roosevelt said that during the day he would inspect the engine room of the vessel. NO STRIKE (By United Press loosed Wire.) ■WINNIPEG, Man., March 24.— The conference between the coal miners of Southern Alberta and Southeastern British Columbia and coal mine operators has reach ed an amicable conclusion at Mac- Leod. Alberta, and there will be bo strike. WAYWARD BOY GOES TO FARM TTpon motion of Deputy County Attorney A. O. Burmeister, a 14 --jrear-old boy who was arrested Sunday night after entering a res idence on South M St., was this morning turned over to Walter Dlbbleday, voluntee...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 March 1909

REAL ESTATE I BUSINESS PROPERTY—VAC ANT LOTS—HOMKB — ACREAGE I 80 Acre Ranch With Crops All In. Only $1,250 Cash Handles This 11 acrer cleared. 10 acres slashed, 850 bearing fruit trees, 7 to 15 yeara old; alao new young orchard of 90 trees; 1H acrea of atrawber rtea, 7% acrea in onta and clovur; fair 5-room houae, good well, 2 barna JOxSO, also root house, fruit house, etc., 3 cows, 1 heifer, 40 lions and farm Implements included. The ranch adjoins fresh water lake, which can be stocked with trout. Hero Is a place with the spring work all ??"?„ ? uy v and Bet the benefits of the other man'a labor. Prioe $3,150; $ 1,-Till caah, balance terma, A. H. HMcMllsii, co. 952H Pacific Aye. M. 7;niv A 1395 North End New Cottages ON EASY TERMS $1,900 —New 5-room cottage, bath and all finished to moro In; 1 full lots. North spring water and east front, email payment down and bal. monthly. J $1,800 —New 5-room cottage, bath, all finished to move In now; 2 full lots, east front and north spring w...

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