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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 30 March 1909

|r*CT CD \M ■™*M'*lfl*^M**l *?|:lm'l^ Brl^all I' I■' I I ''I 111 i^v*~ aai ■|f >"| ■I ■NifiW' 92 Milwaukee Line to Coast B pleted—No Cere- S^^monr Marks Closing of Gap. (By United Press Leased Wire.) ■ MISSOULA, Mont., March 30.— I The , last spike' In ' the 2,486 miles M Of new railway laid by the Mil- H waukee • railway ■to Tacoma from ■ Chicago, was : driven yesterday a Br Bile and a quarter from this city, and the track laying was finished. ■ < The road -was completed before ■ • th» time expected, as the work- H Ing I crews • had been given until ■ 1 pkH?flU^H''-'>'! V-7t ::">';' '-'■"-•. --" ■ .'■"■■' Vf'AH that la necessary now to run trains t from Chicago to Tacoma Js to finish up a couple of bridges Along ' the way and get the track S lasted. This work will be pros - •cuted with vigor. In 60 days the track ;. is I expected .. to be in good Shape and some trains may be run through Iby . the operating depart ment in that time. There was no golden spike cere ' taony...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 31 March 1909

Page 4 Every Day Offers Some Interesting Articles for the .. Women Readers VOL. «. NO. N« IHAGEOY FOLLOWS QUARREL ASSAILANT ENDS OWN LIFE AFTER SHOOTING WOMAN DEAD—DISPUTE OVEB BUSI NESS DEAL. (By United Press Leased Wire.) LOS ANGELES, Cal., March 31. —Mrs. Mary Austin, a widow 5O years of age, waa shot and killed in her ranch home two miles south of Burbank, early today by Au gust Schroemer, a farmer, 60 years old, who then took his own life. The double tragedy Is be lieved to be in some way connected With their business dealings. Schroemer was married and the father of several children. He had made arrangements to enter partnership with Mrs. Austin in a dairy venture. He called at Mrs. Austin's home early today, while the widow and her son were eat ing breakfast. After breakfast young Austin went to the barnyard to milk the cows, while his mother and the farmer engaged in an earnest con versation inside the house. A few minutes after the youth went to the barn he heard a shot and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 31 March 1909

t k T'fl^-T-iTiETPL' *^rri'^rj.u]^jc^^ J tt^nm^r' h"J3flfcTzrjJbf^j-ii^ii tJL''?^F?^F^tr TODAY'S SPORTING NEWS rSAGO TO LIFT LID ON PRIZE FIGHTING ■ (By United • Preas - Leaned Wire.) ggSSi CHICAGO, March : 31. —In an ~; endeavor to pot the kibosh on the fighting game in New York. San rraoeinco I and * Los Angeles, the •porting' ■ men »of this city today are preparing plans for a reopen- Ing of flstte attraction* here. The mayor has been assured that the V?'j «port (: will be conducted along fif clean ' lines and : that there will |be sJtw«f little wrangling among promo ;fetan 'an ! possible. ,M.r -u>U-■ ?/.-\■>. i::..-' sNKltte Intimated that Mayor Busse *LL T GERS HERE ' THSJVEEK By ttie end of thi« week all the Tigers wiH be in Tacoma, accord tag to present expectations and than Manager Rubb Hall will be gin Hhe weeding o>ut process. Hall has arranged for a game ft week from Saturday with the Unfrreratty of Wacrhlngton team tvl the state boys are no slouches. They trtmme...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 31 March 1909

CRAZY SNAKE WILL FIGHT TO LAST (•» United Press leaned Wire.) FIERCE, Okla., March 81. — Craiy Snake, whose surrender ■was ,racortacj|]y reiported) this rooming, its still defying the sol diers who are searching for him and trying to dislodge the band of braves now 'hiding in the Tiger mountains. Crazy Snake is des perately wounded in the thi-gh and It is believed to be only a matter of a few hours before he is a prisoner. The troops have imprisoned captured Indians at Muskogee and Ohecotah and the residents of the latter place are now fearful that a band of redskins will swoop on their settlement to rescue their PAYNE'S BOOSTED TARIFF TAXES FLOOD OF MAIL TO CONGRESSMEN -• By Gilson' Gardner. WASHINGTON, D. C, March 81.—The Increased tariff taxes provided by the Payne bill appear ;.to have stirred up opposition in every nook and corner of the country. Not in years has there been such opposition to any meas ure. Every mail is flooded with communications to senators and members of the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 31 March 1909

I k THE TACOMA DAILY TIMES ■A l* ONLY I '»""» ■TIGHT AFTM»MOO!» BICHPV SUNDAY BY THE TACOMA I orPICBi 7«9 nMHWDHXT i-. w s;>f .. TIIIW ri/MUISHINO COMPANY. ' *.<.•■,-«-, v,.,.. I COMMBRCB ST. »!«■■/.{'. WmtmmHk at ft« Tiw»«,Wm>, P—ttttn— — ■»«*>»« Claw Mat<». | TACOMA. ■, MM:*»:4Mt l» Oiirt » •>•!» _^-C9«pJ!!B»sw_ ¥.■*' DHAIIFCt Butiw Office Mala 753-A1733 I a alllfT 111 TH— '— — **-"- "~ —" *-■'■' "^CT^lv'TiHlWrj-"""*"*' D«p(. .Mala 7»4>AI7SS !■■! .Ms ■»■ »1-B*l Year 52.78 -s^gja^y » HVIH-Vi ctrc ,| ati ,a Dert. Mate TSS-AITSt ] 181 ■ TMBW ■ OBTAINS THR OOMPIiB3TB TELEGRAPHIC NJCWH SERVICE SUPPLIED BY THE m^^^^*-;;-; j,' PMIKD I'IIKHS i ASSOCIATION!*' IJUASfiD WIHK. „ , ,--.:':■■ . '■''.■■■; Prohibition for Opium -i After April 1 the importation of opium Into t|pi United State* will be prohibited by federal tute, except crude opium for medicinal pur ptee*. This action on the part of the federal •rament will tend to break up the vicious L habit of opium smoking....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 31 March 1909

I*GB 8, WEDNESDAY, MAR. M CUSHMAN LANDS JOB FOR BROTHER AT CITY'S EXPENSE <Ny United Press Lrfwtied Wire.) WASHINGTON, March 31. — It is given out here that President Taft has decided to appoint Ed. !•:. Cushman of Tacoma as federal judge of the Juneau district in Alaska, and with this recognition - of Tacoma, will then go to Seattle and select B. C. Hughes for the Tacoma federal judgeshlp. This solution is said to be the result of the determined fight made by Congressman Cushman to Bachelors Swamped With Letters From the Maid HUSUM, March 31. —This coun ty now has two bachelors' clubs running "in full blast," or, rath er, In full bloom. Secretary Rhoades of the club at Trout lake states that the power of the met ropolitan press has nearly swamp ed the members with letters from fair maidens all over the coast who are casting about for a desir able husband. It keeps two of the charter members busy reading and filing NEGRO WOMEN ASKS ALIMONY OF HER JAPANESE HUSBAND (liy United Pref...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 31 March 1909

*A«BB «, Wmm«M»AT t MAS. 81 AUTO DEALERS GET REVENGE ON THIS BUYER" . (By United Press Leased Wire.) LOS ANGELES, March 31.— Deserted on a lonely and very muddy road by a committee of Automobile dealers who believed •he had been "working" them for "Joy rides" under the pretense that he was a prospective pur chaser of a machine, J. T. Keogh, a prominent real estate dealer here. Is reported by his family to have walked 22 miles across country to his home in this city, but has not been seen today, Keogh was taken to Chalk hill, 22 mtles from here, yesterday afternoon by a mini her of prom inent automobile dealers, who, after they had taken him fa* from home, confronted Keogh with a number of alleged misstatements be is said to have made regard ing their respective cars. Keogh admitted that he had done wrong WOMAN VICTIM IN STRANGE CASE (By United Press Leased Wire.) NEW ORLEANS, La., March 31.— Mrs. E. W. Baker, wife of a retired merchant of San Francisco, who came here several months ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 31 March 1909

REAL ESTATE BUSINESS PROPEBTT—TA.CANT LOTS - HOMES - ACRBAOB 120 Thousand Dollars Worth of Street Im provements Now Going On In CENTRAL PARK NEVER BEFORE NOR NEVER AFTER this chance will you buy lots so near the business center of Tacoraa SO CHEAP. LOTS $175 UP Including improvements. Streets graded, cement sidewalks, city water and sewers. You can have gas to cook with and enjoy electric street lights. Gro cery store and meat market, coal and wood yards. Al so the fine Whitman school, with sixteen rooms, the finest graded school in Tacoma, all within one block of Central Park. Terms on any lot in Centrl Park—• $10 DOWN AND $5 A MONTH No forfeiture for missing payments on account of sickness or loss of employment. Salesmen on the addition, So. 38th and M sts. Gill Home Investment Co. Office, 920 Pacific Aye. On Ground Floor. Chicken Ranch for Rent ' Ten acres at Spanaway; 2-room house, stable, barn, chicken bouse », and yard, plenty water, some plowed land, good soil, fenced. Rent $...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 31 March 1909

CLUB OVER fennuwpii » COUNCIL iSJ^P'MSiEJBi^- ■ ■... $'!s£%* --■ • ■■: •> !|iip|The commission plan of govern i-;i* ment election will be up to the wound] again tonighit"■"■* •* O'.*;;i p*!fi'?,Tl»e! election committee yester day again recommended that the council call the election of the 16 freeholders •to - draw up a * new Charter. hj£;£ Chairman Charles Drury of Che ,k| •pedal s City * cliub committee, * ap peared before the committee.with "^X mu | armful Tof ipetitions * bearing •bout 1,600 names. „ ', •• mßg%£m Ul you j leave them with t)he 1 f ; committee," asked - one - council man.■■:'-:-:' .:-■■' <■■-■■■„■■. $^^^'OhT.no. s I will let you look at them but we are not going bo f^gflle I them ', witih' the; council. We •'.j:^«re going to keep them and If the council does not call the election •without : compulsion after the ■pring I election v; we j will v have •'■&* enough names right here to fulfill i-Jf? the I requirements of the. law and $lpf| m% will j mandamus y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 April 1909

Page 4 Every Day Offers Some Interesting Articles for the Women Readers VOL. «. NO. 8T SHIP BLOWN TO SPLINTERS Eight Men Killed and Seven Mortally Wounded When Schooner Is Des troyed By Kerosene Explosion (By United Press Leased Wire.) MARSEILLES, April I.—Eight men were killed and seven mortally wounded today when the three masted schooner Jules Henry, from Phila delphia, was blown to kindling wood by the ex plosion of 1800 barrels of kerosene which she car ried. The accident occur red in this harbor. So terrific was the ex plosion that only small portions of the. schooner were found. -The crew consisted og 18 men. The eight dead are said to have been killed outright. The seven mortally wounded were picked up by crafts that rushed to the scene. Of the seven rescued, three have a chance of re covery. * The schooner was a French Tang vessel and was preparing to unload her cargo when the explo sion occurred. The vessel was in command of Cap tain Escoffier. The cause of the accident is...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 April 1909

HOLD BIG BANQUET tm ik I>RBD [ spohtomkn ./■. JDRKRTAIICGH> AT OOMMKR *W t*Ji CI/ÜB—PRIZES ARE l^iTAKraD FOR KILUNO OF ,'.\ Orir; 100 \ Pl«rce' county s*port* 3piH! of ; Ch* J Game : Protective aa •tatfen '. participated In the an •f«*l 'banquet given to .' varmint pratM»laat night at th« Commer rtW.W«*.".-E The slaughter of var itats *•« been tremendous in the Mp«ferw«eluLf,,-In the list of fa- IttM. were six cougars, 22 wild it l*cayotes, 35 trunks and a fat of hawks, blue jays and other Mate— no crows. -That 1», n o vows appear on the official card. Wr» were r some - mighty black fr»ads marked "blue jays" and jam nil iDsplclous f might ■ think IflMtfliad been a mistake In label CONQUEROR OF ALFRED SHRUBB TO ASSAULT AMATENR RECORDS (Br United Press Lra*ed Wire.) Sfet NEWARK, N. J., March ': 31.— Pred Appleby, V the ■ only j man : who kM «T«r given Alfred ; Shrubb J a :j KHtnd f drubbing !at 16 miles, and ■ ken j repeated > for . good ' measure, I MjF Appleby la, an Englis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 April 1909

. COUNCIL WONT WAIT TO BE SPANKED 6OIX>NB DECIDE TO SUBMIT COMMISSION PLAN, KNOW ING THKY WOULD RE OOM PKLIiKD TO DO 8O LATER. Faced by the committee from the City club wtth over 1,600 pe titioners asking for a special elec tion to elect a committee to re vise the charter, the city council last night. 11 to 4, voted to sub mit and call a special election. "We have «ot to do It and we might as well do It now as wait two weeks and then be forced to do It. They have the names on their petitions and we will have to call the election under the law when they are presented. Person ally I am frank to aay I favor the commission plan of government," said Doud. Brand. Turnbull. ArmstronK TWO WOMEN FIGHT IN THE STREETS QUARREL. IN BISMARCK GETS INTO COURT WHEN WAR RANT IS SWORN OUT. With the swearing out of a warrant yesterday afternoon for the arrest of Mrs. William Heath, of Bismarck, there came to light the story of a lively duel fought ln the streets of Bismarck last Sunday between Mrs. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 April 1909

P *wtjKR*WS&OMA DAILY TIMES IPErBI I Wii«r«i — T«ni«. if—fci r>«<«rnw ■■ Ol— Wmtt—. ItaOomj, -, , jf?, «J_, p.-■ V— Own n tfrati :"'" jjiW—fc_" ' DUAIIFCi ' Sudnw OfO«« Mala TSS-AITSS m TIMS» OBTAINS THE OOMPLBTK TBUMRAPHIO NKWH SERVICE BUPPWED BY THE OTItrBDjFIUBaS ASSOCIATIONS' LJ2ASED i WllU^iry;t7^'^ ";";r"^.7.'',- ■ (Have a Committee " That Represents People The question of municipal government for ma la now up to the people. At lt> meeting last night the council agreed te call a special election to name a committee of Si o make a new charter. On the personnel of tfct* committee depends the kind of charter the «»tr will get. There seems to be a strong demand for the muntssion plan" of government. But the peo ple should not be carried away by enthusiasm over terms. The city might get a commission tan and have tbe crookedest government on earth. It is up to the people now to be on the Already the agents of corporations and poli le**ns who have axes to grind are takin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 April 1909

HISTORIC TEMPLE IS TOTALLY DESTROYED MYHTKIUors JAPANESE EDI FICE RAZED TO GROUND— LOSS IS $8,000,000. (By United Press Leased Wire.) TOKYO, Apa-il I.—The myster ious Tuguawa Shopunates temple, the moat famous edifice In Japan, was totally destroyed by flre this morning. The loss Is estimated At $3,000,000. Though most of the priceless SUES FOR PART OF BIESTATE Claiming that his brother-in law and his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Moulton, had used suasion and undue Influence In Setting Mrs. Dorothy Drury Slebs, another sister, to deed over all her property, valued at $100,000 to them, and that as soon as the will was signed that swore Mrs. Siebs to be Insane and had her aent to the insane hospital, Qeorge "W. Drury has petitioned the su perior court tc have Mrs. Siebs' will set aside, and the property divided between himself and his sister. In hi* petition, Drury claims that Mr. and Mrs. Moulton went east to Bridgeport, Conn., where Mrs. Slebs was living, and brought her back to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 April 1909

matet *w ■ ■ M M y F * ': <' > tIN ' CHICAGO •■ Or UmM** Preaa Lease* Wire.) > ■j •JUCAOO, . April * I.—Thfc begln %-VtnM'Ot what ' may be a < disastrous atruggle in the Wlnliy City sm« today when 1.600 steamfltters Si ,lked ■ out i and were Joined, very ■- ■•omjtly by • the electrician*. At %ki» '. time - tha a grocery» clerka • and Kit" anployers • fell ■ out • and ' busl-; olMw agents of the Clerks' union de .'; aided for a strlka throughout the rfer* The * trouble started " «everal days ug when the steamfltters 1, - 1,000 y ■frong, struck after a disagreement With their employes on the old ques i - tion ;of , shorter hours and Increased '» Wages. - j. Today ■' 800 junior steamf It -Jf«r»' struck out of sympathy, mak ing 1,500 In all who have dropped Work together. vk> •*'*'*■'*li->-•*-<»•;-»,'" This afternoon the grocery clerks S•nd i their employers i failed to reach K«a' agreement after a conference on pwages.and hours. Thereupon . the *,BMslneas agents we...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 April 1909

WTOBPAY, APRIL I. REAL ESTATE BOHNSM FROPERTT—TACANT LOTS — HOMES — ACRKA OK 120 Thousand Dollars Worth of Street Im provements Now Going On In CENTRAL PARK NEVER BEFORE NOR NEVER AFTER this chance will you buy lots so near the business center of Tacoma SO CHEAP. LOTS $175 UP Including improvements. Streets graded, cement sidewalks, city water and sewers. You can have gas to cook with and enjoy electric street lights. Gro cery store and meat market, coal and wood yards. Al so the fine Whitman school, with sixteen rooms, the . finest graded school in Tacoma, all within one block of Central Park. Terms on any lot in Centrl Park—> $10 DOWN AND j $5 A MONTH No forfeiture for missing payments on account of sickness or loss of employment. Salesmen on the addition, So. 38th and M sts. j Gill Home Investment Co. Office, 920 Pacific Are. On Ground Floor. Chicken Ranch for Rent Ten acres at Spanaway; 2-room house, stable, barn, chicken hous« and yard, plenty water, some plowed land, good s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 April 1909

FAeSfixOHT PIONEER JURIST OF TACOMAISDEAD JVBGB FRANK ALLYN SUC CUMBS TO ATTACK OF PNKU- Judge Frank Allyn, 62 years •Id. died at 9:30 o'clock last night at fats home, 401 North X street, •fter suffering three weeks from ft Mvere attack of pneumonia. lodge Allyn has been a resident of Taeonw since 1887, at which Urn* he was appointed to the posi- Ijkm of supreme Judge of Wash POLICE BREAK INTO HOMES AT NIGHT OAUWB HUSBANDS TO CRAWL OUT OF BKD AND SEARCH FOR MARRIAGE LICKNBKB. (By United Pros* Leased Wire.) PORTLAND, Ore., April I.— "Moral squad" methods, the kind that made Portland's police de partment famous, hava been given • severe Jolt by the Indictment of Police Sergeant Joseph Kienlen and two other policemen, who are accused of misconduct in making • few recent night raids on hotels and «rer homes. Police records show the "moral Wtuad" have Invaded private prem ises without cause and caused WINS $100,000 SUIT AGAINST NORTHERN PACIFIC ROAD (By . United Press . Leased. Wire.) ; ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 April 1909

Page 4 Every Day Offers Somd Interesting Articles for the Women Readers VOL. c. NO. 88 ROOSEVELT GIVEN B G SENOOFF Teddy Warmly Greeted in Gibraltar and Sent On His Way Amid Many Cheers. (By United Press Leased Wire.) GIBRALTAR, April 2. —Theo- dore Roosevelt landed here at 10 o'clock this morning. During the two hours in which he was the guest at the fortress, he was the center of an enthusiastic demon stration. City Decorated. General Frederick Walker, gov ernor of Gibraltar, and Richard L. Sprague, the American consul, escorted their distinguished guest and his party to a reception com mittee awaiting with automobiles to take them on a sight-seeing tour throughout the city, which was profusely decorated In honor of the occasion. Roosevelt was particularly In terested in inspecting the inter ior of the fort. The soldiers cheer ed him lustily when he arrived, and gave him a rousing send-off when he departed. As the boat left the dock on its run to Naples, Roosevelt waved a farewell...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 April 1909

SPOHTINu liJj iYbj BOY IS VICTIM OF MARATHON - p i;? RAGING (■» United Preesj t>aMdliVh«.) |.';fci OTOKANBJ,; April B.—Marathou V;racing cot a blaok eye here yes r® terday : when ' little John Raymond ?->lFoa«: died from the effects of an 1 attempt tto I run f five I miles. The boy was : but! 10 [ years ■ old but he a sad ■} been enthused over the're .%■: ports :; of . Hayes, Longboat and Do ran and ,he had aa I amibition KjyStWjatgreat• Marathon runner. i He i overexerted hiimseilf in a flve ■<;.salle practice run and after linger: >X* ,m« three weeks died yesterday. . I STEILICOOM IFTEI ;V: TIE CHIMPIOHSNIP .TJ*'LtW Stellaooom asylum baseball team i has | been T reorganized ? and ■ the ■ Stellacoom ■ boys | will! (be out j'-ji (alter.; the ; local, chanrplon»hlp > this year. They say they will have a stronger f team than ' ever, t Lar sj SBonl is expected to do most of the ■I feox work. Tacoma m£' n ii' ■ ;- Public ;. Market I House DREAMLAND BVTTLDINO " ■ '■HHnS^B(...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 April 1909

TWO MILLION IN PROPERTY DEALS Real estate transfers for this rear so far have passed the $2, --000,000 mark. Yesterday deals amounting to $105,000 were made, the largest being the sale 'by the Tacoma Hygela Milk com pany to John T. Miller of lots 11 to 17, below Twenty-seventh street on Jefferson avenue; for $65,000. Miller is the buying ttgent for the Harrlman lines. BLAST CAUSES PANIC IN FRISCO STREETS SAN FRANCISCO, April 2.— With a deafening roar, a large section of the west wing of the old city hall, at the corner of Larkln and McAllister streets, was blown up at 5 o'clock this morn- Ing by the wrecking company wblch is engaged In the task of demolishing the huge building, ruined by the earthquake of three years ago. The explosion created & panic and for a short time the people In the neighborhood had visions of another disastrous tremblor. NOftTHWEST GROCERY CO. Saturday and Monday Specials ORANGES— About the last call at present - prices. All sweet and Juicy. Case price 9...

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