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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 8 April 1909

■ WMMrj%.nnnsuMn>;annD s> TODAY'S SPORTING NEWS RESULTS OF BALIJAMES COAST ■ LEAGIK STANDING. WK >.ls^";'Won. Lost. Pet. fflsjcramento ... 6 , 2 .750 -*Loa'Angeles ... 6 S .667 f Oakland f^~:.". •;s;' 'i^ 4■; .555 :i Ban! Francisco.. 5 .444 Portland 3 6 .338 Vwnon ....... 2 :'-^l^ .250 . GAMES YBBTRROAY.. ;. ,: : c .Oakland, 6; Portland, il^^fif? ; Lob Angeles, 12; Vernon 4. '. |, ; Saoramento, 7; J Frisco, 6.'' . AUBURNSTARS f DEFEATED AT BOWLING '-■■&Lewis' Brothers bowling j team t defeated Auburn's Stars last night »In a match contest, setting a new I local 1 record % for • team work ; with • score of 2,683. . Auburn got §li«t;3.l9i;i In U»e third game the '■ Tacoma | playera ■: all i had IV above IS4, the ; total score for the five Btß being 990. ■;.- rf:,; ■:■:... ... ' BALDWIN WORTH I $24,000,000 W«AN7KIANCISOO, 4AprU —B. ;?J. (Lucky) Baldwin's will was ad . aitUd to probate yesterday. The * real i, property, left ,to . the widow I aad I three i daughters Is list...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 8 April 1909

COUNCIL OUSTS FIREMAN Driver James Harbin of hose wagon No.* 8 was relieved of his Job by the council after a short bearing last night on charges of neglect of duty insubordination and general incompatibility of temperament. "Let her go. It's no use to put in any evidence. 1 wouldn't have the job under such a chief anyway. Go ahead and discharge me," said Harbin after three Bremen had testified to acts on his part not consistent' with good service. INDIANS TO VOTE FOR PROHIBITION RKDB WIMi AID IN FIOHI AGAINST LJQUOR TRAFFIC. LEWTSTON, Idaho. April B.— When prohibition leaders begin the fight to close the saloons in Nez Perce county they will receive aid from an unxpcted source, for the Nez Prce Indians are going to take a hand in the fight and pro gressive Reds will throw their strength to the prohibicion forces. If the Indians carry out their announced intention the "wets" for the county naturally is close, for the county nomrally is close. The Indian voters league has been active...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 8 April 1909

PAGE 4 bTHE TACOMA DAILY TIMES VOMI.Y ( ISSOTBD BVKHY ArTOBNOOIV UCWPT SUNDAY BY TUB TAOOMA I OFFICEI TSS IDKNT TIM US PIIBLHIINO COMPANY. COMMERCE ST. CwrerATSMI - | BmtT*4 ■« tk» Ta«o»a. W— Poatolflr* aa S—o«UI Claaa Matte*. I TAOOMA. ""'■■il■■ I OMdnt Par Ctpn W Ceata i LjHIJHH._ PHfial f- • Ha»ia«ta Offl«« Mala TSS-A»U .' a UmmOk kr Onria or Malli By Mall .■: C*fiiKaSlS*» ■''/ llUll [S *; Koltorlal U»pt. ■ .Mala TM-AITSS g*ta Aa>maS» IU Mo. Sl.»O| , Y>a» SS.TB ; ■, T^bSSSTZi > .-■ * Il"lli-<J* escalation l>r»t. Mala TSS-AI7SS 3 THM -TIMES OBTAINS: THB COMPLETE TELE GRAPHIC NEWS SKItVIOK SUPPLIED BY THE PSSiSKifef-V''''- ■'''-- UMITIia>;PRBSS;ABSOC3IATIONB'.;IiBASED,WIRB. : i^^V-.- '--'e\9T\---':'.''';'- /rif Water Warrant Scheme illllte ;;4ls Dangerous : Business 'I r.^^jlt appears now that the city .will be able to «>'; Mil tts s f60,000 of special water s warrants to practically f build the; water system for the South • v Taooma : w«Us and Clover creek. ■:...

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

t MOB Ik OTOBSDASt APBIIi • MAKES MILLIONS IN THE WHEAT PIT BROKKR PAATTEN OONTINTTKS TO UNLOAD HIS KNOKMOUS POUUNGS WILD Ni'KNKS OX Till; KXCHANGE. CHICAGO, April B.—Not satis fled with his enormous profits made during the spectacular rise of the price of May wheat yester day, James A. Patten, the stock broker wno has been quietly amassing thousands of bushels of wheat, continued today to unload his holdings. Patten made ap proximately $1,000,000 In May wheat yesterday and It was quoted at $1.25 1-4 at the opening today, be stands a fair chance to double this amount. Wild scenes attended the open- Ing of the exchange today. Every neck was craned for the opening quotation on May wheat and as soon as It was posted Patten be came the center of attraction. The brokers acted like mad VERY PUNK WORK, THE MAKING OF THE HUMAN BODY, SAYS THIS PROFESSOR RICHMOND, Va., April 8. — Wm. H. Taylor, M. D,., professor of chemistry and medtcal juris prudence at the Medical College of Virginia, philo...

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

S **aa a. nnmsDAT, apml • YOUNG MAN IS RELEASED; THEN AGREES TO ARREST y»tn«« McCutnber, a young man arrested Monday afternoon upon telegraphic, advices from Oregon authorities, was liberated this Morning by Judge Easterday of tb* superior court after listening to arguments on a writ of habeas oorpus. According to the judge, the Tacoma police had no right to arrost McCumber or hold him a prisoner. Sheriff Russell of Grants Pass, Ore., was In the court room hav WOMAN SAVES BOOTBLACKS' LIVES I IS LEFT 818 FORTUNE IN ITALY (By United Press Leased Wlro.) NEW YORK. April B.—The final ohapter of a romance that read like a fairy tale was written today when Mrs. Adele Rees, of Chicago, was notified through rel atjTei In Brooklyn that she had Men made owner of a large •hare of an extensive estate in Italy, belonging to Domineze To delska, who lost his life in the Messina earthquake. OILL TACOMA ENOINE FOR' &PS~ " UCEY FIRE :f;~p-± ;'*'■"' lrvc i rme sp&TAt.;. tn«.: urgent request of ...

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

REAL ESTATE BTISINKSS PROPERTY— VACANT LAJTB — HOMES — AORKAQE ! Residents of SOUTH TACOMA The Value of Well-Located BUILDING LOTS FOR HOMES Is rapidly increasing and will continue to do so. I will soil you lots In Barker's Addition on the electric car line or In South Park Addition within walking distance of your work for Two Hundred Dollars Each On terms of easy payment, in order to secure choice location you should boy AT ONCE. JOSHUA PEIRCE 720 Pacific Aye. 6 Lots on Corner For |180 each, near car lines and only 15 minutes' ride to center of city. Lota are hlKh and sanitary, free from stumps, good view, city water, etc. Terms to suit purchaser. BUIIETY BONDS. FIRE INSURANCB E. F. Gregory Co., Inc. ■. WL VBBB. m. W. QRBQCVAA __ 130 Twelfth Street 815 Per month will buy pretty four-room HOME # Only t 15 minutes' ride on So. Tacoma cars to Cen tral Park at So. 38th and M sts. It will Pay You to see this fine home today before the prices ad vances. Gill Home Investment Co. 920 Pacif...

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

Ma a, THvnsD at. jokou s PNON AND THE STANDARD . COMPANY ARE DEALT A VERY HARD RAP WAOHTNQTON, April B.—Dem tlpwats" and * Insurgent ! republicans •fffrtffe, tired iof s| the ; dictation «?-« of Speaker i§ Cannon ] and i the fc trust a bosses | lnp the 5, house f yesterday. Taking the bit In their teeth they Oj «ut< sJway ; with i the , tariff bill * and, !ji on :an 1 amendment ■ by ' Mr. Norris ot Nebraska, lopped * off •; the 125 $ per cent, duty on crude petroleum *md adopted ;■ a schedule» for prac tically free oil, the duty . being a I nominal fllpf r i cent, ?ad ? valorem. Speaker Cannon tried frantlcal ty U> I turn '< the I tide, : even mak- LUMBER MILL I RAZED TO GROUND (Bf >ITidted: Frees Leased Wire.) ! OLVMPIA, April —The Union Lumber company mill at Lacey, owned by F. A. Leach and J. SB fßiields; of Tacoma burned last Bight. The loss is i $20,000. One J '; hondred' and fifty men are thrown out of 4^^yment. A not box in the plani^^^Bupposed to have started i?'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 April 1909

Easter Shoppers Will Find An Inter esting Array of Bargains in the Times' 12-Page Issue Today VOI* 6, MO. 04. ShocK. KM* Grandmother; Father Shoots Himself When Tbvins Arrive 0 L TRUST S STUNG AGIN House | Finally Succeeds in Placing Petroleum on the Free List. a ' ;■■''' ; '77 1 *: ",'.''"_'• • . WASHINGTON, DC. Apr. ■ —After the committee of j the whole reported the house this afternoon, In regular session, adopted all amend ' ments to the Payne bill adopt-_ ed by the committee of the whole with the exception of those affecting the commodi ties mentioned In the special rule last Monday. * • ' :—:———-—-• WASHINGTON, D. C , April 9. —Upon ~ motion of - Chairman Payne ■ of the j ways and . means committee, the house, in commit tee of the whole, this afternoon placed petroleum and Its - products on the free list. . '. -■.'. - • ■ - An amendment adopted Wed nesday-had reduced the »..i -iff to one per cent ad valorem. " The Standard Oil Interests have been fighting, for a retention of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 April 1909

1 MAKES HIM LOOK MIGHTY GOOD S BOSTON, April 9.—Are 'we! to pfr* —other real < star In the Htlfialit? division, to . give Mc ilUnd. Walsh, Nelson, Keyes, NMk: aL, some excitement? • Appear 'si*tm;; S Indicate ■ such is the case. il*« D—hler-MeFarland bout here, Sick was, called a draw, i served mi boost the former Into the talk . DwUUor was entitled to a deci mm?, tat Referee Sheehan shaded ;■ possibly; because • McFarland 'Is mmr the top, and although the Nptari headed ■ Btockyarder • became nc*d ■ and 1 punched the arbi tor, he was lucky to get an even tMk. Had ■ Sheehan , been impar *tal, h» would have given the Cam rtd«« scrapper the decision. :; ■ , ;~ D«v» Desfaler is a sturdy, well bglU boy of five feet two Inches. Kk! built on thick lines, like a PASHINGTON BOYS PROVE BEST SHOTS VATK tijj COWJfOGE students >'I,*WIM r NATIONAL SHOOTING -;'- CHAMPIONSHIP. , '.-'.. '■' r United Pr«« leased Wire.) SpTAfIHINGTON. D. C., April J>. —•Til* ■.- Judges of ' the National Ktte ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 April 1909

■ ■• THE BON MARCHE in the Hands of Elliott Bros, to be J. D. Jones, owner of this establishment and having many other interests that de mand his undivided time and attention, has decided to discontinue his store here and has turned it over entirely to Elliott Bros, for that purpose. EiUott Bros. Take Charge A representative of Elliot Bros, is now in charge of this mammoth stock and is ar ranging same and marking down the prices that will remove same at once. AS THIS STOCK MUST BE SOLD, OUT IT GOES. Price will be no object, as the goods must positively go- nothing reserved. For when a stock goes into the hands of Elliott Bros., the greatest sales specialists in the world, it is understood that positively everything goes into cash and the quickest way. These people regard price as an enemy to their progression and merchandise as chaff in the wind They v slaughter the price, and there is no half-way compromise about it, but they simply cut it to the bottom, for they have no p consider...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 April 1909

■cj^^HWiißHa HHMP"^. ■.' MHMH f • iiV|n|(H . ■n]^vv ibwhit w^r TAvOMA 1 9^^^^vlß# ill ♦■■^ [ MaimtM — s»e TaeliC "Waasw Fiaiesaul — Bmmmt Cl—s WmtUq, \ TJKSmJL? Hfi o««t c*mr% ac 01"1 .•■ iid3!Bi» . - PHONES: l*«»i»««< otn—.* ><«i» y»»-Aifaa BHjnSwiLg.. S«« g. MJe7V«S SAM "*3ilgtJS I IIVHLJ. eSwUU«M fit,!. IUI« IM-AITM K3BUI-^aODB^OBTAIIfB'-THg OOMPtigTH. tbubgraphio nbws service) supplied BY the ■|ir VHITKD PRIMS ASSOCIATIONS' JJUSKD WIRE. ■:■!. ';' % -yl:?'^V. C '-■' ■'"-:''■■• . "George Come Home" 'j@l George Fowler go home. Go • home to yens i $Hpg!§:N©'< matter 'what; your trouble is or what '. oar ! past JS has \ beengo g home— I wife . has *. forgiven C you—ahe . la 'weeping i and, waiting tot ism ■to ■ come home. ■%■■*'"'/ <. '-'^>i^-^i* >r ■■ --.' - : - >;—•-■ ' v : ilpiS? Read ; the } following j letter Fowler. v. It; la ,' a - ■eading letter written by your wife to thla news :. saper In an honeat effort to find you: .'. ' "St. Paul, April 8, '09. I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 April 1909

jMgy, Ago t. Hm 1 Names of Thirty-One Streets Are Changed Citizens had better cut out this And paste It In their hats so they iwlll know the city streets, for 31 of them have had their names changed. The list is as follows: East H is now McKinley avenue. South Thirty-sixth in Indian ad dition Is Harrison. South Thirty-seventh In Indian Addition is Morton. South Thirty-eighth In Indian addition Is Fairbanks. South Thirty-ninth In Indian addition Is Sherman. East P In Indian addition Is Portland. Broadway is now Union avenue. Harrison is Puget Sound ave ftue. Fulton is now Warner. Chester is n_ow Lawrence. Sheridan in Lincoln park is now Alder. Washington in Lincoln park is now Cedar. Avoca and Bruce streets are ■ Tacoma Public Market House Dreamland Building SATURDAY SPECIALS Our celebrated Bouquet Blend Coffee will be on sale again Saturday at same old price, 25c. The same attract ive premiums will be given with each purchase of teas or cof fees, including fancy china plates, cups a...

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

fIH^MWH r^TjfSljfijyt KSSSb. ' j mnfm tWted' item Leased Wire.) MNSTANTINOPLE, April 9.— failure of Grand Vlsler Hllmi Nut's diplomacy to effect a final JOl«in«nt •of 4 outsanding dlffer- MM between ' Turkey and Bul ■fflria threatens . serious political ttufele : In' the former country al- MS^ißoaaAta^iy.^^fr^r^'t'.vvjii^ ■ Ajtalrt J have | never been In a HMpp condition *in Turkey. since > revolution. They grew worse BsjrlM* the young Turk* forced Kla nttl Pasha from • the premiership, Mini, ; with the revelation of the Mffcflt that I* ERlmi's whole work, Ktrom the time he succeded Kiamil, ■Ma oome '. to J nothing, $ the * people laboat ready to boll over. : .;' 8 MARRIAGE LICENSES.-'.- , ' Marriage licenses have been Is- Bjnmtito I Munzo Mariano and ; Rose US. Wanlesa, to Guy J. Roetiwr Haad Fanny May Moss, to J. W. Hi synolds and Millie Bowers, to {■Jot-It 3 Raudle < Jones and Nellie IlMjaftgle/; to Slgvurd Odegard and HMarie, Skrldsn, and to J. H. 3y 9|W and Grace I. Davis...

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

■ Friday, April 9. 1909. " ■IF REAL I 11 ESTATE I II -■y*-*-: '■ V; ■''.'■ s«' •<•*!. *-j ■ -■. ' ' On« hundred tnousand dollar* I beta* spent for ■ ■ improvements >In I Central Park now. i Come, see; lots I 1178 up, . with Improvements, only I 110 down and »5 per month. i:, off I 80. Tacoma car at tlth and M sts.; I efflca one block west Gin Home ■ . Investment Co. ■ - ■ ' $600 ■ »-room house and 3 good lots, ln H McKlnley Park add., on terras of H |tOO cash, bal. |1S per month. If ?& TK.HRI « HIMIII I ■. ;;_. 310-11 Berlin BldK -2 '» *" ' ' -" ' »";r Going Soon. Lf Five-room bungalow, Just com es Dieted, concrete foundation and ■ basement, wired for electricity, 2 If fine lota, with garden soil. 1 block MB to car. on Steele st. A fine little P" home at small cost of $1,400. Terms Is, $100 cash, balance $15 per month. W -. CURTIS * LIMII.KY p M. 5815. 607 Bernlce Bldg. i|j FOR SALE ; r *t This la the best bargain' ever of 1J fered on So. E st. Remember, IS t-xL at la pave...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 April 1909

After Creating Reign of Terror, He Ends Life Over Body of Wife He Had Slain. SAN RAFAEL, Cal., April ».— After eluding a posse in an all night race for life over the Marln ktllt, Billy Weatcott, a half-breed Indian,'made his way back to his little ranch home near Harshalls this morning and, standing over the body of his wife, whom he murdered last night, placed his* rile against his head and com mitted suicide, just as the first rays of the sun broke through the morning mists. The man hunters had but little ehanoe against the half-breed in i the mountain chase and they do' aot think they were close (o him t •t any time. The fact la they did not wish a THE PEOPLES STORE THE PEOPLES STORE THE PEOPLES STORE THE PEOPLES STORE THE PEOPLES STORE THE PEOPLES STORE THE PEOPLES STORE THE PEOPLES STORE op. Men or lacoma, Gmmsmm. Rouse Yourselves ■PHl:';''- One More Day jHßwP*«i- ;J'- Then Easter ■Wkl Ht^ £ :" 13"*^ 'a .._... You m\ist not lag behind the gentler sex. Get' SHBBSl^^r^*x #^ v f '...

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

SECTION TWO VOL. O, NO. M. BRICK FAMINE MAI DELAY ALL STREET IMPROVEMENTS Several miles of prominent v«i**/ a i n Tacoma are now torn up foi paving and they are likely to be ;losed for traffic most of the summer owing to the brief fam ine. All Tacoma streets are put In ■with brick gutters. It does not require many bricks compara tively, but it will take several million to fix up all the contracts now on. And the contractors are at the mercy of the brick monopoly at Renton. The brick plant Is cap able of turning out Just so many and the demand comes from all over the Northwest. There is no place else to go when Renton fails and the only thing to do is wait. That is what the contractors •re doing now. They promise to be doing It long into the summer months. In Seattle the situation was just as bad and some of the con tracts there have been changed by cutting out the brick entire ly. Here at the pr«eent time I street, J street, Center street. Prospect hill, all are being held back by t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 April 1909

■ft IIT m m^alfl flflfl ■ill I up WfeUUfUUll OUT "WORTH, Texas, April 9. itaneed to serve thirteen [J-'rffcnoKM In the federal pent ten r at Leavenworth, Kan., for idling bankers and flnaciers Mighout Texas, W. J. Parker a 0 oil Waoe declared that he re -1 his tips and inspirations I reading the financial deals I';!r«* J. Rufus Walllngford" the wo in a series of artioles pub- H bed In a magazine. n Parker's smoothness, the ex it <aot to which he operated and his [I iring have astounded the author- H i at Port Worth, Waco and 9 Ban Antonio. He posed as a I mker, and by using bogus paper I rindled banks and merchants I tnt of $200,000. He was aided I y a few confederates, and their rIMEN IN PANIC AS RATS FLEE FROM BURNING BARN j RPECTATOIIB DECLARE THB I TOWN IS UP TO I>ATK IN I (TYI,KH OF IIOSIKUV AT ! BIjOOMFIELD, N. J., April 9. I —The flre department was called I mt for • blaze In a barn belong [ ing to George W. Rhrmdes, just i i the people were pouring out f '.of the sever...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 April 1909

*^^^^^y P . A^WW&% GIRL CRIPPLE SUES PHYSICIAN; LOSES ' NEW YORK, April B.—Those ■who ride In automobiles of other I people at their own solicitation I bare no legal redreas If they are Injured by an accident caused by fast riding. That, in effect, was the verdict of Judge Brady and a Jury In the supreme court lust •week In the case of Miss Frances Haas, - who sued Dr. Julian F. Thomas for $25,000 for the lose <Jf her right leg by reason of the wrecking of his automobile in Jerome avenue In June 1907. -VuSL« Klng the jury Judge up for eald that if MIBS Haas had to be cP r- Thomas to permit her sutnm.' *° '8 machine he thought Inc. i^umed the risks Incident to A *p. If, however, the Jury with nat the young woman had reqn 'invited by him to enter his PAGET TWINS QUIT THEIR $60 POSTS SONS OF KNOIiISH I,(>KI» WERE IjEARNINO i:\ll.- ROADING WITH THE N. P. ST. PAUL, Minn., April B.— Arthur and Reginald Paget, twin song of Lord and Lady Paget of England who have been employed as ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 April 1909

|l 1 YEAR S (jAuULJNfci B-j HSD BY MOTOBWra OP [f I V. 8. AND KI'ROPB. ■ • • Gasoline makes the world go I | round. It takes 150,4)00,000 gal- L I s a year to move the wheels U 1. the atttomob'les in use In the L I 'nlfd States alone, and 150,000, 1 I ioo more to spin the tires of 8 \ notor cars on the continent. ■ ", These figures mean In round num- I* » bet*, that automobitists spend H 159,000,000 a year for gasoline. U : Fifty million dollars would pay r ! tor the building and equipment of t I Uteen battleships of the Indiana B 1 c or six Dreadnoughts. H I . Fifty minion dollars would pay E I the combined electric light and V \ g-as bills of New York for one c; ! It can he said with moderation 6; that gasoline as a generator of R motive power has been the chief J! ( factor in the development of the | modern automobile. Time was 110 LIONS KILLED IN EAST AFRICA (By Pnit*d Prera Icuod Wire.) .; MOMBASA, Africa, April — The popular hunting season is at an Mid, and the heavy rains hav...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 April 1909

Page 4 Every Day Offers Some Interesting Articles for the Women Readers VOL. 6, NO. 94. WELL-KNOWN CONTRACTOR MURDERED Goes To Home Of Sweetheart To End Life Millard Spellmam Former High School Boy, Writes Farewell to Girl He Loved and Then Shoots Himself- Cause of Tragedy a Mystery 17th and C, 3:15 p. m. Dear L.ila: —I have taken this course as the best means of ridding myself. I have been true to you eight long months, but 1 have tried to live beyond my position. I have always loved you but could not withstand the temp tation. I close with more love than ever. MILLARD. After writing the above note and purchasing an automatic re volver and a box of .32 caliber cartridges, Millard A. Spellman, 19 years old, employed as a col lector by the Tacoma Ledger, shot himself through the head at the home of Miss Lila White, 4334 hoiiill L street, about 6:30 o'clock last evening. Two Shots Fired. The White family was at sup per at the time, and did not know Of young Spellman's act until this m...

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