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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 April 1909

t^fjW «■ MWAT, AHHUV <» STWIIMFTMif* l^nPlW rCLES TO PUY THE OLYMPIA AMATEURS r Manager S. W. Nettleton of the Bagles- baseball team will take all players to Olympia for a match Vtth the Olympia Amateurs to be played tomorrow afternoon. The wagles, representing the Tacoma asfle, have already played somu X! praotioe games, and in a trial ibltion with the TLgers showed their mettle In an excellent man- Mr. ▲ large number of Ragles | *»IU accompany the team to Olym ] ifi*. • 'PARKLAND AND \ l BISMARKTO PLAY [ What gives promise of being I the fastest amateur game played I this season will be the match to- I morrow afternoon between the I #krk)and and Bismark nines. I Parkland has not appeared as yet I this season, although she made an I excellent showing last year. Bls- I Bark has won every game of the I present season. I The game will commence at 2 •'clock on the Bismark field. Bot tom and Benson will be Park ißmd's batteries and Hardy and Miller will have like positions on the Bis...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 April 1909

PACHI 9, SATURDAY, APRIL M YOUNC LAWYER IS SENT TO ASYLUM John Wasfrburn, a young attor ney of this city, whose parents re side in Seattle, was yesterday ad- Judged insane in a Seattle court and an order was made commit ted him to the Stellacoom asylum. The record In the case, as report ed by the examining physicians is to the effect that Wauhburn is 28 years old, has been morose ■end melancholy for the past six months, has threatened the lives of his parents and sister, and has delusions of persecution. Waahburn defended his. own case, and when his father, Paul Washburg, gave testimony as to the son's Insanity, the young man cross-examined him shrewdly. It is believed by the examining phy sicians that the patient's unbal ance is only temporary. TIFT QETS SUGAR FROM PHILIPPINES ON TNE FREE LIST (By United Press I>ased Wire.) WASHINGTON, D. C, April 10. ■—The senate finance committee last night agreed to admit 300,000 tons annually of Philippine sugar free of duty and a provision ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 April 1909

-jfw rf y M&B^M UMMSAm owlt; I .«iMOßO.'avaaiy aptebhoos kxckpt siinhat by tub tacoma I okfke iTHE TACOMA DAILY ' TIMES vaom/r I issubud ivuy afternoon bxcbpt sunday by tub tacoma I office DNDBMIT TIHKS PUBLISHING COMPANY. 1 COMMB iirWAF«ai^>-» | —tare* at ,thm T«— ■.«. W—fc» P—totfl— — Sea—« Ol— Matter. I TACOM, Oma Vrmt Par Capri «• Oeate DHAUtCi Bularu Office Mala M I HmU Ir Carrier er M a By Mall (MIBmB r lit IN I Kriltorlal D«»t. .Mala 71 Si aa—. Sl» Ma. Sl.BOl Twr SB.7P I IIVHI.UI latloa Deat. Mnla 71 En TIMES OBTAINS THK COMPLETE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE SUPPLIED BY THE UNITED PRESS ASSOCIATIONS' LBASEU WIRE. (Hit the Mark, Bishop. : % Speaking of the new ' style hats, Bishop I Moore, - presiding at , the f, Methodist - Episcopal , conference at Cincinnati yesterday, said: WsWSi'pPoti a. woman \of moderate , means ,to , pay . $48 or MB or Just $19 for the plain hat without S trimmings '■< Is , absolute . wickedness. Why, one ' Blaster j hat could buy an entire cleri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 April 1909

jINTHE SPOTLIGHfI AT THE TACOMA. HARRY BKRESFORO 111 i;i: TOMORROW After raising a cloud of favor able criticism in every city along the coast, as well as those in the east and south, Harry Beresford, known as "that odd comedian," has finally reached Tacoma, and will appear at the Tacoma thea ter tomorrow evening in '"Who's Your Friend?" his latest comedy success. Mr. Beresford'a presentation of this newest of all freak comedies Is said to be the greatest laughter producer seen in many a day. The successes scored by him In New York, Chicago and London testify as to the brightness of the play. LILLIAN RUSSELL IN "WILDFIRE" Lillian Russell comes to the Ta coma theater Friday and Satur day, April 23 and 24, for her ap pearance In this city In her latest racing hit, "Wildfire." Miss Rus sell, who is really the whole show, has gained wide notoriety through her intense interest in racing, and her present play was specially written for her on this account. The plot Is said to be clean and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 April 1909

>AOB 9, lATPBPAT, AWBUi 10 I SNAPS <£fM JkTakSlus' an offer on the' new «- Nroom house and 3 lots at 1425 So. # lid, ■« ■olid concrete basement - and £ laundry stove, open fireplace In liv ing room, walls tinted and fine tiled t, bathroom. j|gl|j|p|fiS SOI TH ; BUD ] LOTS V: '..■"■ .•-'■ Three corner -lots on 52nd ■'* and I Park i ay., only $1,050; streets grad ■ ed, sewer and sidewalks In £s%vV'wV • ACREAGE! Sp*? Twenty j acres at Longbranch, 7 i 3! acres cleared, good as Puyallup val - ;' ley land, only $1,700; $200 cash, bai- > ts ance terms. . • ■ ■ '- ■ C. H. Everett ,& Co. ' •;>vZ3<|||s*m'< Berlin i Bid*. "';_[. " ■.' _ \ i #100 CASH , . - Sift PER MO. lIM CASH fir. PER MO. EAST SSTH AND P. BARGAIN 8p? New 6-room cottage and barn; 1% W lots. v. Fine black soil; close to car; 116 per month Includes Interest ■f PRICE fI.OOO ■ PRICE 91,000 Pv*-xHwa^»twni>.«j^.g. ii - _..._-• _„,..:-< $1M CASH - . -.■:': 915 PER MO. •16* CASH ;>-- IK PER MO. ,7, V SO...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 April 1909

, REAL if ESTATE I. One hundred tnouaand dollars •In* spent for Improvement* In !«ntral Park now. Come, lee; lota ITS up, with Improvements, only 10 down and It per month. Get off ?. Taooma car at 38th and M st».; rice one block west GUI Horn* nvestment Co. *~ $600 I-room house and 8 good lots, li. , *JcKlnley Park add., on terras of ' ♦800 cash. bal. $16 per month. TBBHY ft Wlxni.lC* 810-11 Berlin Bldj;. AT MILTON Five-room house, large tract, fine Rarden land; 3 blocks from depot; |800 cash, $400 to suit buyer. - Jno. S. Williams MILTON, WASH. * ( FOR SALE BT OWNER—I lot 25 kUS; new house, just finished, large enough for small family; within 100 yards from car line station. Wood and coal yards at. your dooe., Store and butcher shop within 2 blocks. Free mall delivery every morning. Perfect title. Price 1500; $100 cash and $10 a month. Enquire 403 Cali fornia bid*. ; t MISTER RENTER , This ad Is for you. The owner don't need money, so ho will sell his 8-room house. chicken house an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 April 1909

i> V 7' yt <*•*.-1 -i^«-»« «">'■"■* <**■•" .T^.*.TTWlW*l*rtßri|t'^-*-'»*!™«r S*"-. ■W.l*,-,' jfAOB 9, SATURDAY. APRIL Ift fEIN MAY REGAIN HIS LIBERTY SOON ORI>RREI) TO PACK HIS TRUNK —DOCTORS DECLARE HIM A PARANOIAC. That Josua Klein will soon re gain his liberty, either to go his way alone or to fall into the hands of immigration officers. Is evi denced by the fact that he was i ordered Thursday to pack his foods and prepare for departure. Klein was occupied for more than •a hour in the Jailer's office at So county jail In packing away i belongings, and when he had finished there was an Imposing ar - ray of trunks, Bachels and bulg ing valises. "Yes, I believe that I will leave this place before many days have •lapsed," said Klein, as he knelt on the floor packing away tattered volumes on philosophy and science , Into a huge trunk which 'bore the irhlte-palnted Initials "J. K." - "Of course I cannot say that I am «orry to leave the jail, but It does not mean that I w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 April 1909

Page 4 Every Day Offers Some Interesting Articles for the Women Readers YOU •. NO. »5 MANY CLUES IN FRACECASE Murder Hystery Baffling to Detectives Because Hurdered flan Had Numerous Enemies, Motive for Crime Still Unknown It Is not a scarcity of clues but the great number of clues in the Frace murder mystery that is baffling the detectives. The clues lead in all directions and point to various persons. Frace had : cores of_enemles, but few of them were bitter enemieß. He was quarrelsome and wae a chronic enemy of union men, yet it is not believed that any one of his little pet ty quarrels could lead to his brutal murder. The fact that there are so many of these affairs to be investigated, however, com plicates the case greatly and his real murderers may at the present time be the least suspected persons. After working out every tangi ble clue in their possession as to the Identity and the probable mo tive of the murderers of James A. Frace, whose body riddled with bullets was found...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 April 1909

f ft- <MOSTPAYJ A^WWV IS "•' TODAY'S SPORTING WEWS ffiiLL" STARS bill ■ TIGERS HARD HI CWISf Hil Dryer's AU-SUra gave the Ti -s§{*H| -"*•*» as awful scare yesterday and Gmgji teidentally gave the spectators a j*«H| grsat exhibition iof ball playing. jßHHfijs#»rj eight I long innings the local \&m& : #•»• held > the Tigers right down iß«iffi £« *the •; goose-egg column but a namMmr,<4&,hlt» by .11 Cartwright ;< and SHBg *pl»rl«y* in I the '■'- ninth • gave § the ffiQ [I#»rs a ' ran and ended the game. JKwK f It ■ wat i fine! ball ' playing all the [|I|B way. The Tigers; got < but j three S3B kits, one run and one error and ggjflffi 4tkm a All-Star* - got three hits, no HjHS pans as.4 ! three. errors. -;- ■,&,V --BHB fe itallln Jj and <; Samuels did *. the HK sS*irlfng for the Tiger* and Camp- B^H |JWS! and 'Newton were on the slab gS«r|ta«2All-BUrs.>••;■. - ■■■:.;■■■■■ bsssssisssssbß ''&'** *,* ■»■'£'i 1"1 ' %< ■- *."!■■ )- ■■■ f f ''' ' " ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 April 1909

Twolacomans die in n. p. wreck Kngineer F. I. Hammond and Fireman John Johnson Perish In Accident Near Bristol. Saturday afternoon Engi neer Franklin I. Hammond and Fireman John Johnson of Tacoma started for the East with Burlington train No. 16, on the Northern Pa cific railway, and today the mangled remains of Ham mond followed the body of Johnson to this city to testi fy to the Incidents of a dis astrous wreck Saturday even ing a mile from Bristol. The train was rushing around • sharp curve near Bristol, which Is between Cle Elum and Ellens t>urg, when the engine suddenly Jumped the rails, turned over «ud vas rolled under the heavy train following. What caused the accident has not been determined. The train bumped along for a hundred yur>ls before it finally stopped in confus ion. The baggage oar was turned crosswise of the track, the mall car slid down the bank into the Yakima river and a car of fresh fish was smashed and the fish scattered. GREAT TRIBUTE TO MENORY QF BLAC...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 April 1909

PAGE 4 BT THE TACOMA DAILY TIMES Hfl a»s ottyT [• IHPIB mnnnr Arrmmnoon uxcmrr IDWDAI »V TIM tacoma I omcii t« ssffil ■"* times fuiuiimq oompa.it. 1 comnci rr. He I mtmmjjmm ¥•;•} M%t—« ■« «>« t»..»«. w—h, fm—— —— ci— n«w>r. -. 1 tacoma. B«| »««—i Ob* GUI Per Cwi M Owta .'.^W^^'-, PHAIIFC* BMlama Of flee Mala TSS-AITM ■ • Carrier .. Mail I M>a 4H^3p rntlNrV K<lltort«l Itaft. , Mill TM-AITSS 81l "» ***■»—» M» M». »*•*•» *— —>T» ~^jf^J 1 IIVIILtfI UrtiiUUw U»t«. M«l» TM-AI7W Hill| TIMKB ] OBTAINS > THK ' COMPLETE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE SUPPLIED BY THE 81-Wfe^' J ' tt'C-i':. ' UNITED PRESS ASSOCIAT IONS' LEASED WIRE. : . .. '' '. i : What Are the Bonds For? Voters In Taeoma Wednesday will decide wlMther or not to issue $750,000 in bonda for the I park board. i What la to be done with it Is a little lndefln toite. The bluff boulevard, Point Defiance boule \ yard, boulevard to the Sguth, park improvements, j, MW parka in the South and West Ends and some playgrounds th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 April 1909

LOS ANGELES, April 12.—Th« last rites over the body of Madame Helena Modjeska, world-famous actress, were performed in Lo* Angelas this morning, and thou sand* were on hand to pay hom age to the memory of the woman of genius. At St. Vibian's cathedral, where the solemn requiem mass was held, the big church was crowded long before 9 o'clock, the time set for the funeral services. There were no vacant seats, admission being by card. Outside the streets were crowded with people of all classes, who silently bared their heads as the six pallbearers lifted the cas ket containing the body of the gtftew actress and bore it into the big sanctuary. The first service of the day was held at the Knights of Columbus club house, South Fugeruoa St., Naval Ensign and Sweetheart Play Tag Across the Seas (By United Press lieased Wire.) SAN FRANCISCO, April 12. — Ensign Walter Jacons, U. S. N., is in the city today impatiently awaiting the arrival of the gov ernment transport Sheridan, which bears his ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 April 1909

* ™^W^B^BB^W 9^^V 4S f . | MACHINERY HERE FOR ! TUNNEL WORK ||||Twotiy Brothers, the contractors who have the tunnel contract ' for the Union | Pacific \ work, have ; re ceived 1 their, machinery and ex jject to get busy in earnest at the ■ north portal. of the ." tunnel ; this wert. fei'i big ' steam ' shovel and .an en gine and train of dirt cars have ar rlvel ; and . tthey will ' soon be tak fting out the dirt. ..,......--.'• All the work thus far has been MARGARET ILLINGTON SAYS SHE DOES NOT INTEND TO MARRY BOWES (Bjr United Press Leased Wire.) CHICAGO, 111., April 12.—Mar garet Ulington, wife of Daniel Frohman, who she is suing for divorce, is suffering a relapse of nervous prostration today and it to possible she will not be able to start for the Pacific coast for Some time. Denying that she Is going west to meet K. J. Bowes, whom It Is rumored she will marry after she is freed from Frohman, the actress said today: CASTRO'S WIFE IN RANGE SHE ALSO RULED OUT <Bjr United Press...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 April 1909

REAL ■ ESTATE One hundred timuxami dollars being spent for < Improvements In Central Park now. Come, see; lots $176 up, with Improvements, only $10 down and 16 per month. Get off 80. Tacoma car at JBth and M aim ■ •(flee one block wast. Oil] Hum* Investment Co. ; $600 u£SSSi h™l 'd dd..Vn°'Sr!n. i- IS $200 cash, bal. $15 per month. TERRY _ WINDI.UY - 310-11 Berlin Bldtf. FOR BALK BT OWNKR—I lot 15 xllS; new house. Just finished, large enough for small family; within 100 yards from car line, station. Wood ana coal yards at your door. Store and butcher shop within 2 blocks. •Free mall delivery every morning. Perfect title. Price $500; $100 cash and $10 a month. lOnmiiro 401 Cali fornia bids;. 1 " MISTER RENTER This ad Is for you. The owner don't need money, so he will sell Ills l-room house, chicken house and Outbuildings, 4 nlco cleared level lots, fenced, bearing fruit trees, % . block from ear lint-, for only $2,000, on easy payments of $100 cash and balance monthly. Don't rent ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 April 1909

J|E|q» •, Motmar, APMtti ta PWO END LIVES BY HANGING ' ftSCORD "OF TRAGIC > DEATHS SW11»: PIERCE COUNTY 18 EN LARGED .BY 3 TWO SUICIDES P^Om KASTKK I SUNDAY. \ ■' '■' •; V%&£.Two suicides and an attempted ■nurder yesterday were added to 111 the i gruesome s train 'of tragedies ||§ Which J has taken place |In Pierce oounty during the past week. i On April 2, Alvln R. Lehmann dis -i33 appeared, and 1 has been given up :;S (or y dead. .■: Friday night - Millard ';•; Spellman, despondent anC tempor- Sill man, despondent ant' tempor :,v.«rlly insane, committed suicide at tM the :home of , bis ; sweetheart. .',:';■ Wednesday ■- James A. Frace, a contractor well known in Tacoma, iQ was :. murdered iin S the ' brush near f^kl».home, and the body riddled m% With 1: bullets, was not found until <5_ Saturday morning. ■", .--■:-v \-;A- ■ Franklin I. Hammond and John *v Johnson,: both of Tacoma, were [^ killed in a train wreck at Bristol s| Saturday afternoon. *. ■' Early . yes terday ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 April 1909

Paje 4 Every Day Offers Some Interesting Articles for the Women Readers VOti. 6. NO. 96 WHERE WILL IT BE SPENT? Strong Opposition to Park Bond Issue Owing to Board's Indefinite Plans — Citizens Want to Know How Much of the $750,000 Will be Used for Parks. How Much for Boulevards, Etc. VOTING PLACES FOR PARK BOND ELECTION. First ward —Engine house, North Thirteenth and J. Second ward—Drug store, South Second and St. Helens. Third ward—lo22 South Tacoma avenue. Fourth ward —-403 East Twenty-sixth street. Fifth ward—Engine house, South Forty-third and L. Sixth ward —Engine house. So. 52nd and Puget Sound. Seventh ward —2803 Sixth avenue. Eighth ward—-North Twenty-seventh and Proctor. Tacoma citizens will vote on the 1750,000 of park bonds between 1 o'clock and 7 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Sentiment seems strong for more parks, playgrounds and boulevards but an atmosphere of suspicion is apparent on this deal. The people do not know what Is to be done with the money and the park board ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 April 1909

PAGE 2 r t • ,*, ,^ v.:^-^^|'-^^;«-T«^r*i^^^»^*w^^a.lWFiiitw<tf^M*>^3^r^if^Vfc'j^^^ ;t. „w .-, i^-n i-^A**Ms?;mi*.*!i?&W&**n<l-"~*.:, -■'. f'« -X ' ? *-'i' -^-■■^T^^^-^w^^^yi^^^^^ „?», BMMr TAKING ENTRIES FOR THE DOG SHOW Ij^is Entries aro being made to Sec retary H. J K. ■ King now 'for the dog ■how to be given in Tacoraa April M 10-29. In; the Tacoma'armory. ./:/• Tbere are 'a > lot" of , canines ' in p this I city and £it is t expected that 3* fine ; string of , prize winners will f||be]shown.*■.., There jwill. ; be i 4s< sil- BWi; j cups among 1 the J prises. '•' A3 is! Seattle. has abandoned her dog •how Tacoma will be the whole ■^ thing in -:the l bow-wow business this year. ■ -""', .:■:..:.:': . .1 KiM HEADS BLLIVAN HEADS WHITE SOX V(By United Press Leaned Wire.) CHICAGO, April s 18. — ; An ?, nouncement was made yesterday m. afternoon > J that S* Billy ■■'.- Sullivan, P catcher of the White Sox, has been Vi appointed j permanent manager of g£ the . ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 April 1909

GRAND JURY NO CIS BOY FOR MURDER HOLDS FRED ABET, TO AN SWER FOR KILLING OF ROB ERT BEREMPITB— ACCUSED YOUTH 18 ARRESTED. £ Fred Abel, a 19-year-old boy, who shot and killed Robert Ser empus on the latter* farm near Rlgney Hill last October, but who was afterwards exonerated on the grounds of self-defense, was in dicted yesterday afternoon by the grand jury, and was Immediately arrested. He is now locked in a cell of the county jail awaiting trial before a superior court judge. The shooting occurred on Octo ber 18, when young Abel and Roy Conly, his chum, were hunting near Rlgney Hill. The boys tres passed on H«rempus' property, as WHEAT CORNER MAY FORCE BAKERS TO REDUCE SIZE OF LOAVES NEW YORK, April 13.—Poor people throughout the country are suffering today because of the Patten wheat corner at Chicago, according to charges made by big bakery firms here. Bakers who make bread in car load lots are about determined that they must reduce the size of their loaves and the amount of con...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 April 1909

. fc THE TACOMA DAILY TIMES M|jMU3L*]n.T hanm -mrrnmr Awmmomn bxcvpt truoAT »t mm taooka. I orricaji r*z firawrailfilßai - [ mmt*n* ■« «a» T»—s» w»a, ?■*■«■»■ a* »—— <*— M«rt«*. \ •TaooMa. ', '>Law «m cm Nr Vrrt m Oaata ' DiIAUPCi ■»«!■«■■ otn— Mmlm Taa-Airaa I ■ ,s» A*—Jh, —» "*• **•—» "» ■»•*■ r * "Vlltltf' cir—i«ti— Hit. Mm faa-AtTM IVSWB XDfsW OBTAINS THE;OOMPLbTTH TBLKGKAPHIC NEWS BKRVICB SUPPLIED DV THK ( UNITKD PIUNS ASSOCIATIONS' LKABHI) WIRE. : - . . kMdre Definite About This Park Bond Issue gsiU Within * the - last f ten days opposition to ■ the park bond issue has been crystal I e#&2STfce people have been pointing to the fact that Nelson $ Bennett and Marshall. K. Briell dominate Xht board and that Bennett has an automobile and «A 5 has '; high ■ steppers, and both t are likely :to make boulevards a, fad. If this fad should pre ; wrtl i the ! advocates <of . new t parks '- and playgrounds fear they will get left. In the absence of some de >finite assurance...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 April 1909

IS FATALLY SHOT FOR HOLDING UP GAMBLERS '(By United Proas Leased Wire.) BUTTS, Mont., April IS. —Be- cause he "went broke" at a gam ing table In the Mountain View ■aloon, Edwin Madden held up the resort,. In which 80 men were playing last night, and robbed the ■bank of $58. As Madden was making his escape through a se cret exit, John Selsta, a bartend er, emptied his revolver at Mad den, fatally wounding him. On his death bed Madden de clared he "got what was coming to him." • HO DOUBLE TRACK FOR TWELFTH ST. The T. R. ft P. company will not double track Twelfth street before it is paved. Final notice to that effect was given the Twelfth Street Improve ment club last night by Manager Dimmock. He had taken the matter up with Stone & Webster at Boston and the head office had turned the proposition down. The club discussed the West Km! park and, having Becured as surance from the park board that it would secure Franklin lake and convert It into a park the organi zation voted to endo...

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