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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 April 1909

TACHD 8, MONDAY, APRIL 5 AMERICAIN w|||p|wp|3-%™IB ■■■31 ;.'"'. ' Guggenheim v Says Coun try Is on Verge of Won derful ? Period ' of - & Prosperity. : ; : ,,:-. I '(By < United \ Press '" I/eased 'Wire.) NEW YORK, April 6.—"Ameri- Ittl is; on the . threshold of *: the greatest era of prosperity in tt« history. Within the coming sii months, ',' providing ?. no : unforseen Circumstances * arise, the ' depres •lon under which this country has ; labored since» the , panic of 1907 < »ill V have disappeared 5 complete- Jy." #y Iv 'these words, Isaac Guggen- Ifceim, recognized bead of the en ormous firm of M. Guggenheim & .Sons, ami the eldest of the Gug- I mnheim % Brothers, % who has re -1 turned; from < a six weeks' tour of Europe, today predict* '- an ' early ; resumption of commercial prosper ity and eYincee his confidence in the ability of the country to over . come the results of the Inactivity •f the past two years.., ; ■ "The ', people, of ; Europe," said i ©uggen...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 April 1909

ARE YOU GOING TO MOVE? > It m, don't for«r< «o ftvt the Tlmea earrle* mtm {«*«•, Hr«a*a« ttela or by teleph«ala« Ik. Tl.e. of ■ Mee. Mnln 753 or I»d. AITS 3, you will he ■••urrd of not ■ l"ln« ■ alßKlo copy ■( your paprr. The Tim's carrier , ■>»t«-m coven the whole cltjr aad .'he auburba. You eaa ; »■»« the Tlniea delivered t« >unr d.ior. bo matter wher* jr»o move. Ju.t reaMßthCr to let v knon your Ben ad : arcaa> -""...■ :.. ■-■ ■. -. .■-• ■ ■ » ■-. .- ■ .-_■-• --..,-.,■•.. i Vol.. c. NO. 91 THEATRICAL CO. IS ROBBED Nine Hundred Dollars' Worth of Clothing and Jew elry Belonging to "Right of Way" Troupe Stolen From Train Between Portland and Tacoma. While members of the "Right of Way Theatrical company were reclining In easy chairs of the Pullman in which they rode from Portland to Tacoma Sunday morn- Ing, tramps were busily engaged In smashing open their trunks In the private baggage car attached to the train, and jumped from the platform of the car after stealing ab...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 April 1909

f&flfr VfUKtMafti Anaxt • SPORTING NEWS OF THE WORLD How I Train the.World's Champions to Play Base Ball I I£■• SATS FRANK CHANCE: >&Mm DON'T ;^^ ; :- !'■ ipfit anxious to start the sea ►f«pn?fi3tßf: ?:•■•; f ■- -5-51 ■ t:> .:'.■>-; >, Try 3to get In shape before I training begin*, fw .■■ [J'-^.i I Do', too much; gymnasium &m*-i?£&*Z'?-r±* t . ?.:-;",: ■•"-,; (^Worryj about making your I team. If you fall other teams ! will need yon. :6;^ Think yon know more than ; i \ yotur. older, team mates . an d i tom manager. i M.t&Jtb'S show ? off I in g. the i sprlnc and injure your arm. i ';•: <; Ott a ? Bwelled head ':. when 1 the papers ; boost ■, you. kCv ", > ;;^, Smoke \ too £ many | cigarete i or tobacco. ti^-,' :^,.; ./.':: ':•-. •P? Get downhearted. Remem ■ I t«rt calling is for your good. 4 >" i Drink. This 'Is ; the ; worst thing a player can do. tJTTLE ROCK, Ark., April 6. —"How do I train the Cuba?" Frank Chance, leader of the world's cha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 April 1909

OREGON FUGITIVE 5 CAPTURED HERE W*nt«d in Grants Pass, Ore., Where he broke jail two years ago, lames MoCumber was captured yesterday by Police Clerk Alvln Terry and locked up in the city jail to await the arrival of Oregon officers. Clerk Terry did a neat bit of work in effecting 'McCum'ber's capture. He had received the mini's description only the day before, and, in copying the details (so that each detective could have his own description of the man, naturally became familiar with the man's characteristics. Yesterday Terry saw a man un loading wood from a wagon, who answered the description of Me- Cumber, He stopped his man and arrested him, taking him to the oity jail. MoCumber "came through" later and admitted his identity. MRS. NELSON IS EXPECTED ON FRIDAY TTpoli the plea of (J. Dow Mc- Questen, attorney for Mrs. Anna M. Nelson, who has been strangely missing for more than six months and whose husband died recently, Judge Easterday yesterday stated that he would appoint no ad...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 April 1909

VttsV 4, TOMDAX, APIUIi • THE TACOMA DAILY TIMES ■•▲COMA* OKI. V ISSIJKD EVERY AFTKHNOO BIOKPT niRDAT BI TUB TACOMA I OrPICJ5l^!f i «i» JUIWWDIIW »< fe',,Kv>^^«#-,ivTTIMIIi PCBUSHMO COMPANY. ■ .- •;-' - COMMI-.111.1S ST J ITSPAPBR SafS g K«terwd at the Ta.-uma. Wuk, P— t»tttm» m» «•«— * Cl— Matter. TACOMi. Mhi Ob* Crmt Per Copri SO Oeata - ''^<sßsßm»s^_ > DHAIIFCi B»»l«*«» Offlc* . Main TM-AITJ3 iMtfc »r C-rrU-r or M.ll, By M.ll <ljjj¥ffigfflfr» I HUNto! »«t.rt«l D«pt. M.I. »•*-*«*» I. AivMMw. Six «•. Bl.sei Veur SS.TS * "Vl"-Wl Circulation Urpt. M.I. T33-A1733 THE TIMES OBTAINS THE OOMPUETE TBIiBOBAPHIO NKWB SEItVICU SUPPLIED BY THJE '&---««saetiytf. r^'::"---~v;^«united PRKHH ASSOCIATIONS' LKASKI) whie. ■. ■ -■-■iivr ■.■' -.■--■:.^-■-.■:'•-,■ Oh, Say Can Yon See? The bill to prohibit red, white and blue tights has been favorably reported to the house. All honor now to the members of the crimes and punishments committee of the Minnesota house of representatives. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 April 1909

LOVES BABY MORE THAN RELIGION WOMAN ABANDONS lliz;itiM AGß WITH FANATICS RATH ER THAN LOSE CHILD. (By United Presa Leased Wire.) BNOHOMIBH, April 6. — A dramatic Incident at the station marked the departure of the rem nant of the Robinson religious col only for Monrovia, Cal. Just before the train which was to carry the colonists to Seattle pulled out, A. Bickford, to prevent the breaking of his family circle, grabbed his baby from his wife's Thugs Rob a Policeman DEPRIVE HIM OJ» HIS GUN, CLUB, llll.MK I AND STAB, i (By United Press Leased Wire.) SPOKANE, April fc. —Held up by two armed thugs »ear Division st. and Nora ay. early Saturday morning, Police Affiesr Backus, a husky recruit to the force, was robbed of his revolver and wan de prived of his star, club and hel met. The men who belt up the of ficer were not masked and a com plete description of them has been secured. The officer was patrol- Ing his beat in the cold gray dawn when he spied the two suspicious looking persons ma...

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

; FACT 4, TUBBDAT. '■ APRIL « ENGLAND TO BUILD AN AIRSHIP FLEET LONDON, April 6.—England haii Just awakened to the fact that the other nations are leaving her behind In the matter of the con ■tructlon of airships. The house of commons has drawn the atten tion of the government to the tmet that Oermany has under con ilderation the construction of soy era! airships and that Great Brit ain should pursue a similar course «r'lag behind her sister nations. The Question was deemed to be of such importance that the Lord Mayor of Londan called a meet AMENDMENT FOR FREE r LUMBER IS DEFEATED I WASHINGTON, D. C, April 6. j —in the house today Representa ptive Tawney submitted an amend ment taking the duty off rough lumber, explaining that he offer ed bis measure "as a republican and a protectionist." Cushcan of Washington was Immediately upon his feet to ask ■whether Tawney would favor free DECTECTIVES MAKE MYSTERIOUS TRIP Yesterday afternoon three city detectives chartered the automo bile owne...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 April 1909

REAL ESTATE I BUSINESS PROPBRTT— VACANT LOTS — HOlf — ACHE I rhc Rent Will Pay It Ths dollars you pay out for rent from year to year wonld boy you a home. whlTnow^rD^awi? T" "nt moEf. °n a h°me °f yOUr •"»• th» «tofi2s your own proper*,T' °m y U WoUla b* *Ved t0 htlp W for and buU(l up It Isn't Too Late Yet to Begin « roonL^'«or'wTth I'far g 'o t ££ 2JS? Eg $7 6 to"Valn7^anc? 1,l 1 0 nV.r 1mo 1n 1t l hnUte'' «" tnm "*-—.•«"»« t5-5 B roonn, new bunralow, with large closets, bath room, water, etc ■ near car pe?lnonUi. moUnteta T'6W> i>r'Ce ' *1>000: term*' * 150 ™ah, balance »1» 4 roojns, new, on comer near car line: electric llg-hts, water, etc.; walking *13*Se Cr ntonui TaCOtn* Bhopi- i>rlce- $1,350; terms, »130 casn, balance • room bouse, to good condition ; 2 lot ; on graded street: cement sidewalk: • i .**"S water mln ; 3 blocks from car line. Rent money will pay for It. I lots, all Improved; 35 bearing fruit trees; grade.l street; UrnTcottage! new; owner must sell, a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 April 1909

• »AOT •, TUESDAY, AtWL 6 HILL-HARRIMAN INTERESTS TO HOLD CONFERENCE TOMORROW tof United Press lieased Wire.) PORTLAND, April 6. —An im ortant conference of the Hill and Harriman interests will be held in Portland tomorrow In the hope of declaring a permanent truce in the terminal war centered in this city. i JO. H. Harriman and Louis W. 1, president ef the Great North mi railroad, recently held a con ference In Burlingame Cal., but mmr efforts made by those two magnates then were not entirely satisfactory, it is reported, so far M a permanent settlement of the terminal question was concerned. President Hill will come here WORKING HARD FOR COAST STEAMER LINE WASHINGTON. O. C, April 6. —Senator Frank P. Flint an nounced today that Immediately upon the disposition hy the senate of the present tariff bill he will Journey to Panama in the Interest Of hl« Wil, which provides for the "'establishment of the line of gov .. eminent steamships on the Pacific I &etween the canal zone and w...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 April 1909

1018 •, TtmSOAt, APRIL • CL- HARRIMAN INTERESTS TO HOLD CONFERENCE TOMORROW United Piwm lieaned Wire.) xU PORTLAND, April ? 6. —An ; Im portant conference of the Hill and Harriißaa interests will be held in rtland tomorrow In * the hope of declaring a permanent truce in the terminal( war centered in this city. :*&MA H. Harriman and Louis W. InU, president of th* Oreat North- JM ikUroad, recently held a con ftrence3 in Burllngame V Cal.,, but •ay ;< effort* v- made by ;> those - two «Mfnatf | then i were • not * entirely Mttofaotory. It 'is ' reported, to' far M a permanent, settlement :of : the terminal-question .was concerned. Preaident Hill will come here WORKING HARD FOR COAST STEAMER LINE WASHINGTON, V. C, April 6. -—Senator Frank P. Flint an- BOunced today that immediately upon the disposition by the senate t the present tariff bill he will »urney to Panama in the Interest of hit 'bill, which provides for the "establishment of the line of gov ernment steamships on the...

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

ARE YOU GOING TO MOVE? k lt am. aaa't tera;«t to «lv» the Tlmfi mrrUr rm mr 11 iMftw■ ißy aalaar Ikla or ay: telcaaaala* tha > Tl.r. •* --:■««•, Malm 7» or lad. AITSS. joii wUI he u«an4 sf aat aiUaf aa; ■ iliflr eaay ef jroar »aacr. . Tk* Tina'a rarrtor Cateai i nivm tk* whale olty aad tar caaaraa. Voa eaa ,v« tha Tlatea delivered to y«r door, ao Matter wktn you atovo. ■ Jumt r»ai«-aib«r to let ua kaaw raw uw a«U •' Araaa. . - ■< •,,>-■>. •.',-■■ •■«- > ..•«.......•--.•. you c. no. oa 1,500 MEN DRIVEN TO SEA ON AN ICEBERG IS DROWNED IN THE NARROWS Electrician Disappears While Crossing Water In Rowboat During Severe Storm- No Hope of Finding Him Alive ' ■ Daniel Back, an electrician, aged 40 years, who resided with Mr. •and . Mr». George [ iAxler, 810 Seneca street, Se attle, is mlnstng and ba« un-. doubtcdly ' b<i-n ' drowned in a the Narrows, west of Tacoma. f ■ The Tacoma police were no- :' . • tified this morning to search ■ - - for him, but there Is slight »-; ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 7 April 1909

%ARE tt YOU GOING TO MOVE? ' It m. «aat tovtrct te s*re taa TtamMrriw tmi aaw ■«hm» By •ataa- tala or ar tete»keafaui Uw Tiaam el- 3 ■hee. Mala T*3 »r laa. AITS*, yoa will ■« MNiei ef aat I Mlutag | a alßßlr i «h»bj at roar pia. g Tae Ttatea ranter ! • ar'tcat mvrn tae wkri* eitr and the •ahurb*. Ye« an have tke Tlatea delivered te your door, au aattrr wkera Irw Mm. i Jut reatraib*r tm let ma kaew raar aew aa «raaa. VOL. 6. NO. 98 1,500 MEN DRIVEN TO SEA ON AN ICEBERG •^ f _, IS DROWNED IN THE NARROWS Electrician Disappears While Crossing: Water in Rowboat During Severe Storm- No Hope of Finding Him Alive ;' ■' Daniel Buck, an electrician, , aged 40 yean, who resided with Mr. -and Mr*. George lousier, «1O Seneca street, Se attle, Is missing and haw un doubtedly b<-«-n drowned in . V the Narrows, west of Tacoma. • The Tacom* police were no- .-' ■ • tlfled this morning to search ,' for him, but there is slight, . .hope of finding him alive, as : = he disappeared while crossing I th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 7 April 1909

vanorm wwiwmuax, AMnnr TOD ATS SPORTING WEWS Can Jim Corbett, At 42, Beat Jack Johnson's Head Off? By Erne* Stoat. CHICAGO, April 7.—ls Jas. j. g CM**, once heavyweight '- cham pion of the world, still master box nr aad ring general, ooming back? .Can the conqueror of John L. Sul- Bvaa ahow •; battle : form i; on .> the >m 4 platform again T la it possi '«» for thla man of 42 to whip the ■gglng black P 'brother V who ; is ■strong with bacon and hominy iil'tlt.&V^jsV.yc: :.;.■-: ;:-.*:"<; •.'•;>■;,■,-■>'• 1 U Tfcos* are the questions all the oevotry is asklmr today as U ap pears likely « that the if long-ago •eharapdOß ; will fight the next great 'prise ring I battle i, ith. Jack { John gkon lot Texas. : , And '. those are th* Question* the correspondent of the *t>aHr, Times and a special photog rapher took to J Jas. J. Corbett lin fhfii il|<w»lii|i : room rin ' a l local . thea ter. In answer ,' "Gentleman Jim" Stptjsja and posed for the photog rsnaer while ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 7 April 1909

BIG TIMBER DEAL CLOSED WKSTKIIX RAILWAY MEN BBGtTRE RICH HOLD i INGS ON THE TAOOMA EAST ERN ROAD. The secret of the recent trip of Marrin Hughitt, Jr., son of the president of the Northwestern railway system, to Tacoma. cane out yesterday afternoon when It wai announced, that $1,000,000 worth of timber on the Tacoma Eastern and the holdings of fh<> Tide "Water Lumber company had been take* «ver by the newly or ganized Monarch Lumbar com pany. - When Mr. Hughitt was her.? he and Henry 8. Royc* went up on the Tacoma Eastera for a couple REPORTS QN AFFAIRS OF CHILDREN'S HOME The trustees of the Children's Industrial Home met with the president, Mrs. P. H. Hebb, Tues day morning. The report showed the disbursements for the month of Maroh were $298.23; receipts for the same time, $396.02; bal ance in bank, $96.79. Mrs. Walker of the 'box commit tee reported $11.31 collected. The matron's report read by the secretary showed 32 children in the home, 3 dismissed during the month and o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 7 April 1909

7»^^^^T*^^ ■■■> •-*j SiiTsHT oifiiT 'I 'iiirrn ■ irrnT• iirnnnfooif wTrnrT nmoiT bt run tacoma I officbi tab ' PIE TACOMA DAILY TIMES «t. I mvio mtmmt AvnaurooK mioarr aim day mv m tacoma orncMi tm 1 TIMBS PUMLISHINU COMPANY. LOHNBRCU ST. | m*m** at ttrMimi Waaa, P—Hldw — ■■■■■« da— mtt»t. TACOMA, .1 Par C*»ti ac Om«a DttAUFC* Bmmtmmm Ofllr* Mate ,nt-AITSS~ Tter « Mallt Br Mail CVn&Mp» I 1111111 J. K4lt*rial !>«•■«. . Mil* fi^AITM Ma.Sl.fl*! Y««»aa.Tß K\^^F' 1 IIWILJi cCwdatu, pa»l Mala TSS-AI7M '" TBM TOSSS * OBTAINS ■. THK " COMPLETE TELBGRAPHIO ■ HEWS ■ BERVIUE | SUPPLIED BY THE UNITED PRESS ASSOCIATIONS' LEASED WIKE. ■: - »IM*llf i» TiiV? ■ iW'• ■ '*n '"■ I*l *\i > ■■■■'v-■■;• ■■■• -;:^^Parbsansißd>nked;..,. • > -.ilThe ■ re-election i yesterday r; of. Councilman [IptMett; in": the JTobtUi ward by the largest plur fefltty; he(ever received ought to cause the par i^Wsaiemm In* cltr council to take note of the way, ma»:**°tf*:'t*&'^^'-^:-:-'--■■.■' ■ ■».- T-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 7 April 1909

PROUD CREEKS' LONG FIGHT A3AINST HATED PALEFACE OKLAHOMA CITY, April 7.— Back to 18S2 —perhaps to 1492 — the Indian troubles of Oklahoma find their origin. The Creeks, strongest and proudest of Indian nations, could never understand or sympathize with the white men. Their meth ods of living were different and they wouldn't or couldn't change. The Creeks nation, the general branch to which belonged Chero kee and Choctaw and Chlckasaw and Seminole, met DeSoto with poisoned arrow, and warred against Oglethrope when he start . eel a debtors' colony which was to become the state of Georgia. Through all the Indian wars, the American revolution, and the war of 1812, the Creeks were fighting •white men. They would ally with the French, the Spanish, the English—they were always fight ing against some white race. They didn't care much which. Andrew Jackson gained part of his reputation by his fights on the Creeks when their undying hostil ity to the whites had aroused the new country to a fre...

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

MHB 4, WBDNaBDAT, ArJUL T BISIS IN THE AL FIELDS CBjr United Press Leased Wire.) PHILADELPHIA, April 7 —The conference between the coal mm- > •rs and operators ended here this afternoon when the operators pre —nted an ultimatum, saying that BIG, WELL-FED ATTORNEY THINKS PEOPLE TAKE OIL CASE TOO SERIOUSLY ST. LOUIS. April 7.—"1 see neither revolution, if the Standard Wins, nor industrial anarchy and nob rule If the government wins," ■aid John C. Mllburn* of New York, one of the loading counsel for the Standard Oil company, In the federal suit to dissolve the big oil trust, before the case open ed today. "I have not begun to see ghosts yet," he added, tilting the long KEPT SECRET IN FACE OF BIG REWARD fpf Despite the fact that Andrew P. & Nelson, the wealthy i switchman : * ; who died from ; illness induced by ,;i Krlef; over «the loss of : his wife, I had offered heavy rewards for the return to him of Anna M. Nelson, ||"a number of friends in Tacoma ,*; knew ; constantly of Mr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 7 April 1909

4 . • .|» . - ,-- --■-.--' ,-• ~n 7i; : >-.->.-,;.- '■.•-■'.,-■■■-.--. ■ '„|1 REAL ESTATEI llvy^ll i^/j\ II II ll 11 " -j II ' BUBINKB9 PROPKRTT— LOTB — HOIIB3 — ACRBAOII I I | ■-. \';. : ■ ..: : .>'-■■ Kk ' > . ' ' > 5 ACRES Improved, new 4-room cottage, chicken houses and yards, wire fence, good well, 2 acres of low swale land under cultivation, on coun ty road, ',4 mile from street car. Prlco $1,400; terms. ■ !■v •: :',- i ~.' -> i: ':;-S" J" •+'„■■ .^ . , ' ' ..." ■•' ' " ~:, .' ■ ; E. F. Gregory Co., Inc. lawm. ' f • m. w. oimom 120 Twelfth Street ";^ : -,; .SEE..,, I ', .^ ■■ ?[ . ,• )■: 3421 North Madison St. — Corner, 1 block from Pt. Defiance car. A dandy, snug cottage home, modem, only about one year old, porcelain plumbing; lot 40x80. Terms: $1,250 cash, balance $2 7.00 .per month. Price: $2,900. •- Inclusive sale. 118 So. 12th St. I P. S.—Permission to see through obtained at office. , One Acrs Home »■ i'wpi xiiw «I-IIOO>I hoi sii We do not want to h...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 7 April 1909

Think Broker Arranged His "DisaDDearance" THBORY THAT MAN OKSKRT- he had met by chance. That the JSD BKATTL.K HIM, NOW AD- letter was nothing mat* than a TANCED BY THE POIAGB. '"■tall" la commonly Vfltevtd t>y police detective* and those Inter* That Alvln R. Lehmann, who eated In the case. has been missing since last Friday It has been discovered by City afternoon, made deliberate prep- Detective D. O. Smith that Keh -•ratSons for his "disappearance" mann pawned his watch and the 1a the theory advanced by Investl- greater part of his Jewelry shortly , gutors today. It is generally be- before visiting Miss Christian on tteved that for some reason known Friday. It is also known that only to Lehmann and to Miss he drew his savings from the Na £artha Christian, whom he was to tlonal Bank of Commerce, where ire married In Seattle Sunday, his funds were deposited, and that liehmann desired to leave the he had no available resources at ■ country and wrote the letter to his the time of h...

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

ARE YO'l TO MOVE? 'ft v, doa 1 t*TM*t <• *l¥e tfc» Timea carrier your uir ■tl<2rru. By dolaic thla or k)r «tkfliinl( tkt Time. e(. n.«-, r<Mla 753 or In<l. AIT 33, you will br a.surrd of mot -.)iil»»luh v ■lul<- cos y -t yoar saprr. t The Ttm<-« carrier ■)»lrm Mivrm tfco w -nil taiy hmu tko aubnraa. You ea« ■ .-.'lunre the Ttmea delivered to your door, bo Matter vrher* I you move. Ju.l narubir to let na know jour uw< ad •dreaa. L „,"-...* .-.,- :;V:-. ..... i, „: ■. : --„.. .J. . ■ VOL.. 0. NO. 98. CASTRO KICKED OUT Expelled from Martinique by France, He Is Now Practically An Exile. PARIS, April B.—The govern ment today reoeived an official re port from the governor of Mar tinique stating that former Pres ident Castro of Venezuela was there and the foreign office Im mediately cabled a decree that he be expelled from the island pur suant to an agreement reached today between the United States, England and France. It is rumored here that Castro has succeeded in ch...

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