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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 March 1909

B^g^»wo»-T— oouMWcai wmwi roTownc» mas, tm Nl^lffi**'** »tM P— totttmm at Taoom*. TTaaia. — sasoa art Mi aaaUo. HreyjBOIUPHIOriBRViCB OF pnitbd ryp— o&ATiofti. [• - PH|I||FC MM^mmm Offtea „■ «*nfMi 19% Alflß I vJito Olrc*uut Pr**- "•*■ ;•£ ii4!2 I 4 iT" «na» or wi—cimrnoM. I I*** «^ Mail, JB> «B> THE STORIES OF TWO OLD MEN I Thou. Collier PUtt baa been th* very embodiment of success In * yaHWcs and | business— business of politics and the politics of I knata«M. He has been a boss. h >; He haa set his i face like flint ■ latest the many movements which hay* come up in the. politics of | bit time to emancipate the people from the rule of the machine— .'^tar^be Was the machine. .;;-';; J,j;V^; v'-^, ;^^; ■"•.'■-:;v,!";; .-■:--> v« * '^I^NotjWen his best friends can deny these things; and as for I '«■•**■ v •■emiea, he who feels ; enmity towards the old boss Is too small • j' • areature to be called a man. * . '^'Xi ■..■-'■'•.;T;:-■;•-, -;;. ..'.■,.;:;;,. I ■^'^ Friends ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 March 1909

|V ft^^L^^H AT THK TACOMA. "THE BKD MIIiL" After the ceaseless stream of musical "comedies," musical "odd iti«'i." mußlcal melodramas, and all the other maudlin creations of th» brains of overworked play- 1 wrlßhts. "The Red Mill,' 1 present ed in Tacoma for the first time last night, is a delightful relief. With the possible exception of "A Stubborn Cinderella," the Herbert and Blossom farce given last night is the best thing presented In Ta coma this season. Above everything else the com edy of "The Red Mill" is new and wide-awake. Four exceedingly clever comedians are given loose rein during the two long acts of the play, and the things they don't do could be written between the printed lines of the program. First of all, they do not revert to horse play to attempt to liven their work, and they do not give a sin gle, solitary i nutation of some press-agented eastern star who needs the money. Taking the comedians out of the fniuoh and placing them to one side, a person can hardly ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 March 1909

Wmi Unck Is not taWn* any t la the •omnollmanlc fight. Some iaterprlslng politicians are clrcu tlns tha report that the admlnla lea Wants certain candidates de- i find any city employes doing ■Ha they will be discharged." said pw mayor today. "I am not taking fcajf patt In the election. I have no • representing the administration. I Ms. free to state that if some men V*re running I would be opposing tJmjo but they Are not. And there ■lay be some democrats that have ■»n. (air and tried to represent tftajlr wards honestly that I would *"" UA.QUSB. ATTKHTtOJI. 'on are requested to attend « funeral of Bro. John O. Ward B Saclea' hall, Sunday, March tB, *t 1 o'clock p. m.' H. O. yfctroni, Secretary. ««» ! REAL.ESTATE •OsUNSSS PROPRRTT—TACANT LOTS — HOfclfS — ACRDAQH INVEST NOW If yon are wise yon will Invest your money now. Here are some Invest- Bents In homes, lots and acreage that can't be beaten: 17,000 —For an 8-rooni house on North 2(Mh; fine view, looking Into Quarter master Harbor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 March 1909

SATURDAY. MARCH 27 REAL ESTATE BOBINBBB PROPERTY—VACANT LOTS — HOMES — ACRIAOI FARMS FARMS . 40 ACRES IMPROVED DAIRY .' • 20 acres In cultivation. 2 acres In good bearing orchard; good shot clay soil. There Is a new 8-room house. just com pleted, painted: large barn, 8 chicken houses: all necessary outbuildings; good team of horses, (4 years old); good wagon, new top buggy; all farm Implements, cream separator, I cows, 8 hogs, 300 chickens. 50 sacks of seed potatoes; hay enough to . to winter stock. There are 15 acres of the best drained bottom , . land, where potatoes, celery and roots of all kinds give the best returns. This place Is a money-maker from the start ajid can be made to pay large dividends. Price. $4,200; $2,600 cash, balance on easy terms. This, place will not - last long at this price. Owner has cut price from $6,000. as he Is anxious to close up at once. ' ■'.'■- -■ ' I 4* ACRES AT BKJfSTOST £-_v Five miles from big mill market on the Milwaukee road; a-, shingle mil...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 March 1909

jPUPJ^yJK/A^i jIMmOo m(-'-< • ■PANESE INVITED F TO PACIFIC COAST |#siw At » oonferen«e ;of representa- KpfetWf of the chambers of commerce §fi«t Taeoma, ; Seattle, ; Portland and tM Spokane,' heM ' here yesterday,: It 5 >i ««• I decided; to Invite 60 of the t- leading business ' men of Japan to ||§Mflt,tM« country next fall to see [ t exposition and 'then take « ( ta«r of the principal cities of the [ ■ Whole country. */•.■£<?■ 'SVi I !%• vWt Is to be In return for NEWLIGHTON SPOKANE MURDER MYSTERY > pniONG WEB OF KVII»F,NCB WOVEN ABOUT SUSPECT. SPOKANE, March 27.—That Paul LewandowHki. the Polish rfiabjnvt marker whose body was 1 found on the Fort Wright military i filiation a week ago, was taken , to his death in a yellow, rubber fired buggy Is the latest develop ■ftnt 1A the murder mystery that - j> has stirrei the whole police de . partment. The suspect under arrest now givea the name of Paul Clem. The HEALTH OFFICER STARTS CAMPAIGN TO WIPE OUT WHITE PLAGUE IN CIT...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 March 1909

ARE YOU GOING TO MOVE? ;-'« mo, doat forget <• «**• the Time. carrier your mr fcd<2reaa. By data* this or by teleßhoßSas <■• Times of. (Ice, M.I. IJM or lad. AITSS, you will be aaanred of sot I nlaalas. ■ Haste copy of yonr paper. v The Tlmm carrier I ■yateaa cover* the whole city and the suburb*. You <»■ have the 'limed delivered to your door, no matter where I * you move. i Juat remember to let v kion jour iev ad . **•■•. f.-.ir "*'.' • -" .'.•:- .■■.-',--■'■■■■-• -./- --•-•■.- •, » '■--- - ■- VOL. 6. NO. 81 WOMAN DIES IN ELECTRIC COSGRO YE IS DEAD Governor Passes Away Unexpectedly At Paso Robles Springs— Body Is Being Brought North Today (By United Press leased Wire.) PASO ROBLES, Cal., March 29. •—The body of Samuel Q. Cos grove, governor of Washington, accompanied by Mrs. Cosgrove and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ander son, Seattle friends of the Cos groves, left here for the north nt 6:30 a. m. today. The party is scheduled 'to arrive at Oakland pier at 2.15 this afternoon. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 March 1909

3^a^B?^B* Vlm^^^B'^i_^a^a^^ Ja^T^B%i«y^^^^^^^^^^B^ki^^B^s'a^kw^ "^ a^^ » >b^P^b* *^'. 'a^^^^B T^^^^^a \^^^^w3pßL ' JOHNSONTOFIGHT EITHER JEFF OHJIM I (By United Press Leased Wire.) I CHICAGO, March 29.—Fans S here today are anxiously awaiting J Jeffries' decision as to whether 9 to wfll fight Johnson, following F th* negro's statement yesterday 1 that unless he succeded in making | ft. match with the big white re- B JHrsd champion ha would take on I James J. Oorbett in a heavyweight 1 *atUe tor the world's belt. g A meeting between Corbett and I Johnson was arranged-Just before at • negro started for New York. Iftthout hesitating Johnson said |h& * was anxious to meet Corbett, Huf he> could not make arrange- I^Hiutß wKh Jeffries. mnirsET IN AUTOMOBILE CONTESTS (By United Press Leased Wire.) LOB ANGELES, March 29. — New world's records for 60 to 150 miles are registered today as the remit of an automobile speed oontest yesterday when Murray Pag*, driving a locomobile, defea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 March 1909

BIG RANSOM LAY UNNOTICED IN STORE , > ;i -.'■ ,v 'v ..;'j .. .: -. ,v . , (By.tTnlted Press Leased Wire.) - CLEVELAND, 0., March 29.— . Ten thousand dollars in bills thrown carelessly in the midst of $10 worth of candy, bananas and souvenir postals— was one angle of the ransoming of little Willie Whitla, the Sharon, Pa., : boy ! who was kidnaped. Mrs. Bernard A. Hendrlckson, a machinist's wife, who helps her mother in the little candy store In the heart of Cleveland's manu facturing district, was the inno j cent intermediary between the kidnapers and the boy's father. The weekly profits of the store do not amount to $10. The stock at the time the ten thousand was added to it wasn't worth much more. - It et",, Mrs. , Hendrlckson threw the precious package care lessly behind the counter and for get about It. All Mrs. Hendrickson knew of the ransom was that a well-dress ed man came into the store about noon with a little package. "A man named Hayes will call for this," he said. "May...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 March 1909

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 March 1909

GAGS AND BINDS HERSELF TO FORCE PARENTS'CONSENT TO HER MARRIAGE (fly United Press I>aaed Wire.) PORTLAND, Ore.. March 29. — After she had gagged and bound herself, according to her own con fession, to obtain the consent of her parents to her marriage to her soldier lover. Dottle Houck, 15 years old, high school girl, today tearfully asked the forgiven-ess of her father and mother and prom ised that for the present she would abandon tlia idea of becoming a bride. When Mr. and Mrs. Houck re turned home from a visit late Saturday night, they were alarm ed on finding their daughter lying on her bed with her legs securely tied and a gag in Iver mouth. A message on the floor said that acquaintances of Charles C. Tay lor, soldier, now in jail at Van couver, who was accused of de taining the Houck girl in that city a few days ago, had attacked the girl because she was not allowed to marry Taylor. FUGITIVE BOSS IN HIDING (By United Press Leased Wire.) LOS ANGELES, March 29.— Nick Oswald, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 March 1909

II DEFENDANTS IN CITY_ SUIT fhere are 27 defendants In the damnation suit which the city orneys now have ready to file opening Jefferson avenue out Center street. Il very tangled proposition was revealed on the ownership of some of this property to be taken. Some of It is a part of the old 400-foot right of way of the N. t- Squatters years ago settled on parts of it and now claim owner ship by right of possession. Part Of It has been acquired by the Union Pacific and will be given the city free for other concessions and the attorneys have finally got the petition in shape to present to the court. ICHURCH ISSUES DAIIYJAPER f^Sfcnie V* First Christian ; Church I gp;> Dally . News" lc the name of a lit lStle| publication « being ' issued ; by l the First Christian church, the Hi Initial >' number being out today 9m.lni the interest of the revival ■peelings being held there by r^Pßvangellsts Grim and Saxton. W. Ijgw' Moore, pastor of the church, is A*: |»tor-in-«hief of the paper....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 March 1909

I REAL ESTATE j| BUSINESS PROPERTY—VACANT LOTS — HOMES — ACREAGE The Rent Will Fay It ** The dollars you pay out for rent from year to year would buy you a home. ■ it you were applying your rent money on a home of your own, the dollars which now slip away from you would be saved to help pay lor and build up your owa property. . It Isn't Too Late Yet to Begin Investigate the following list at once, and have a home of your own : 41 rooms, new bungalow, with large closets and bath room, electric lights, water, etc.; on car line; 15 minutes' ride from buitincss center; terms, $160 cash, balance $15 per month. B rooms, new bungalow, with large closets, bath room, water, etc. ; near car 4 . line; flue mountain Ti»w. Price, $1,000; terms, $150 cash, balance 113 : per month. A rooms, new, on corner near car line; electric lights, water, etc.; walking distance.to South Taconm shops. Trice, $1,350; terms, $150 cash, balance $15 per month. Broom bouse. Id good condition; 2 lots; on graded stre...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 March 1909

1000 POISONED F BY OLD FOOD K;'T (By ihalted Pram Leased Wire.) It ii reported that the old tood J B BAN DIEGO, Oal., March 29 WM Bold °a after the state food PhyilclaM: today declared that taßP«; to' warned several local HSs^ir'iw" ■ !•. merchants that they must dispose ■ H more than one thousand cases of of a quantity of canned goods N ptomaine poisoning reported here they had kept in stock for some n gin the past week, were caused by time. Kjf Old canned foodstuffs which has Although several of the poison glfi*««nl»old.at bargain prices re- sufferers are very sick it Is «ald Bl*«"^?K<'s«'^ , ' r that all will recover. < - v ■...-- ANTI-TIN CAN CAMPAIGN ON; GIRL GETS REWARO FOR FINDING THE MOST Tbe Tacoma Anti-Compulsory ■Vaccination society has awarded Kbe $1 prize for reporting the number of tin cans on a vacant lot to Miss Olive Bums, who reported between 600 and 600 old cans In oen lot at 505 ft South I street. Other contestants reported great numbers of old cans and nrb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 30 March 1909

Page 4 Every Day Offers Some Interesting Articles for the Women Readers VOL. «. NO. 80 GUGGENHEIM TO SPEND $9,000,000 HERE LQNGFIGHT GAUM LIBERTY Noted Russian Prisoner Pouren Steps From Gotham Jail a Free Man NEW YORK, March 30.—After two yeans Incarceration in the New York city jail because he was too poor to furnish the requis ite bond for his appearance in court, Jan Pouren, the Russian Immigrant, who was charged by Russia with murder and arson, and whose extradition was de manded, ended his long and spec tacular fight for freedom when he today stepped from the portals of the Tombs prison, a free man. Pouren was sought by the c»ar's government because he was thought to possess revolutionary secrets. Pouren fled from Europe to America. He was ferreted out by the czar's emissaries and ar rested on a charge of murder and other crimes. Pouren maintained that he was being sought as a political offend er and, in the United States court, proved that be was Innocent. The Russian governm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 30 March 1909

PAGE 2 TODAY'S SPORTING NEWS BIRST CLASS MEN WILL GET INTO Flrst class men in the high •chool have been alow In getting toto Athletics this spring and a •testing will be held by the treaties this afternoon to try to ■Ur up enthusiasm. Up to date bardiy a freshman looms up as • candidate for a piece in the coin ing track meet with Seattle. Aft er the meeting today It Is ex pected freshmen will overrun the . athletic grounds and make a good * allowing. SPRAINED ANKLE 113 NOT ENOUGH TO BEAT TANK L. C. HULL. LONDON, March 30.—After L. O. Hull, Rhoades scholar from Michigan, finished three yards In front of his field in the quarter mile dash at the Oxford-Cam bridge games March 19, he was carried f««-rn the field by physi cians. He is now in bed with a sprained ankle. Ball fell while working through hte field 100 yards from the fin ish, but picked himself up and with with a brilliant spurt forged to the front, winning in 0:53 3-5. At he broke the tape he fainted. Hull's ankle was spraine...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 30 March 1909

TRIES TO KILL ROOSEVELT 'ITALIAN ANARCHIST MAKKS ATTACK ON EX-PRKHIDENT ON BOARJ) BTKAMER —IS PLACED IN IRONS. (By United Press Leased Wire.) HORTA, Fayal Islands, The Azores, March 30.—The Ham turf, which reached here yester day with ex-President Roosevelt on board, brought the news that an attempt was made to assas sinate him shortly after the boat lost sight of America. Guisep.pl Tosti, an Italian anarchist, in the steerage, broke from his com panions and ran on deck. "He has allowed them to take away my child, now he shall pay lor It," shleked the Italian as he made a rush for Roosevelt, who was standing with his son Kermlt. Sailors quickly grabbed the {Italian and hustled him below ■where he was placed in Irons. Nonsense, Bay» Colonel. Although Tosti is In irons, held a close prisoner on account of his threat to assassinate Roosevelt, the ex-president himself takes lit tle Interest In the case. "It's nonsense to send out such a story," he said, in commenting on the incident tod...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 30 March 1909

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 30 March 1909

fAGB B, TUESDAY, MARCH 80 BIG FINE FOR LAND SHARKS BTAH FUEL COMPANY IS AS SESSED «aO,OOO IN GOVERN' MKNT CASK. (By United Press Leased Wire.) SAL/T LAKE, March 30.—The supreme court of the United States having upheld the Indict ment and law under which the Utah Fuel company and its of ficers were arraigned for fradu lently acquiring 1,440 of coal land in Sevler county, the company, through its attorney, yesterday ap HEIR TO THE SWIFT MILLIONS IS INSANE (By United Press Leaned Wire.) CHICAGO, March 30.—Herbert L. Swift, heir to the millions left by Gustavus Swift, founder of the , vast packing house bearing that name, is reported to be hopelessly insane. Although he has been an in mate of a sanitarium at Kenil worth since March 8, the fact that he has been adjudged insane by a f committee of physicians, did not become public until today. Louis F. Swift told the county court, . when the order sending Herbert Swift to the sanitarium was Is sued, that the latter had recently . attempte...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 30 March 1909

MURDER , WILL OUT AFTER THIRTY-TWO YEARS AUiKGED • v MURDERER IS IjOCATED. '{By United Press ■ lieased Wire.) INDIANAPOLIS, y; lad.V; ■ March P 80. —Bylvanue Bernftiam, - accused sf'«f the murder ;of Nancy Rosa Tiitt, thirty-two years ego, has Ju*t been located in TuHo, a Texas town, and \ls reput«<C to be weal thy, Uie father of two children and |i* superintendent ' '-• of ', -' a ' Sunday ' school. ptßf The ■ governor of Indiana', today ." Issued a": requisition for the | re turn of Bern ham ..o Hits state to answer the ' charge 'which \ will L-# ;f fo" it ally.; placed . a<iU' 1 Dcruhani ' TAFT TO HEAR FROM TACOMA ON JUDGESHIP •.-/;■ ■ - |W^>^~'Ste'';i'-.." .' .'is ''■' ■'• '"-■"■ Taeomans are preparing a vig orous protest against the possi ble appointment of a Seattle man %to •'. the & Tacoma : federal judgship by President Taft. ' Si'A'i petition lis being circulated and largely signed * asking the H president \to * appoint a Tacoma man and declaring thaat to ap po...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 30 March 1909

m REAL I ESTATE I 58 Acres close to city, $65 an acre. Ad . joining land held at (100 and up wards. This Is a snap. Terms. • J. 1.. DARLING A SON 823 California Bldg. CAHD OF THANKS FOR SALE—We have a number of 2 very eligible Commencement Bay addition lots, In bunches; fine for manufacturing sites. C. K. Palmer, 411 Fidelity Bldg. REGENTS PARK Equity In 2 lots In Regents Park, near car line, for sale cheap. Owner wants to leave town. Enquire Tel. A 3025. One hundred thousand dollars being spent for Improvements Id .. Central Park now. Come, see; lots 1176 up, with Improvements, only 110 down and IS per month. Get off 80. Tacoma car at 88th and M ata.; effice one block west 011 l Home Investment Co. . Birr A LOT on DAY ISLAND . for your summer home. It Is the only suitable WATERFRONT PROPERTY Between Point Defiance and Stellacoom. The water system Is In. The streets are graded. The bridge Is built from the Island to the main land. Boating and fishing (rood. Beach Is fine. r Is an Id...

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