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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 April 1909

\*MMmJ*m> JL imJ iJm V^*f\ iliV vl jTSfjCr ff O GERS FALL ESWBST IiBAGVB. ■" '" ; .^^f^tM'/'.W'Cttl*'! Lost. Pot. Vancouver ... « 1 .800 Spokane'"..!.!! > : ' 2 -400 Aberdeen , i > .400 fMtlul I 8 .400 Taeoma 1 4 .200 KIOBBVOTJB IN THE NINTH D UB CHAMPS HAVB AN UK GAME — TAOOMA BuRu raw I T WWi' every ehawce to carry off I »:3MW#Ua»J; yesterday, 1; the Tigers I I down and went to the i tail 9 *«4 Mof 2 the | league, while ; Mr. I Maintained ; hit \ reputation | M the pitcher who is eJDIe to blow I lap la the > latter | stages of the ipaUßf and loae i more battles than Q any twtrler In the 'business. I®MiP* was 111 to 5 0 In ; favor :of Ta f wiia'lln^theS; I>eglnnltng of the I ipipttL'tes But $ Vancouver^ got one I M||.|h» sixth and J another in the I .^«g*th and the score stood a tie. h <%*n Oaflin gol nervous «a I wmi. He failed to field first bs« I 'bx ceo* shape ,to reoetre the hall I Wftim Hurley I and the first batter I lasted safe. Then Eresino caught I the w...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 April 1909

' md&r. Anrfl 22. 1909 iIIDELANDS DOW 1 IN BIGOEMAND <•■ (fr^:^ ■•■>V^i.-^:---v-^---T»i ■i I W»«oma'« new tideland holdings, i 1} »n th« middle waterway, will soon • jn* covered with 3 manufacturing I enterprises, according to the pre_ iVent indications. Five concerns Y> have applied for lots on which Ui V* te ■ VlanU. '--■> ; i•; r--v.-/i ' \ W t^e Tacoma Wood ft Goal corf.l r-i I'/ wants lot 88, C. E. HalV . » fci^. w „-,,.„. I . fOUNCIL DEMANDS DEPOTS fV) The city council last nightpn ' «luded that before It givea/Jlm Hill a franchise that Is wortymll -4 lions ■-> of * dollars ■; it * had getter 7 make it f certain that' the people fill get a little % something at ' feast." and -V the ? ordinance^ was mended to provide that com »~iny must place a station at ■ both »r« Town ; and; at: the ; Sixth ' aye " ■* extension, on the •' farrows, • V ihout regard :to any other' oon . • fi-genoles.Ww^^V^^C;^' *.-.-s7 The ordinance was sent bar* -;.'-;- the Judiciary commit...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 April 1909

ssssssssK^s^h* / — - - - -a ia. —i w <s?*'™T* I cpmwMmcm •». K«|IW naifim nn ooimm TKLfl(Biafhic raws ■■■■mm* <■ •mm i B « T ii ! Wtyr Should Home Owners Pay This Bill? , • proposition to pay $1,000 to MoCoy * as«r tmr Oreboat plant was reconsidered at the Ht—ri tt Councilman Ball laat night. £. i MOW, tot the whole proposition be put up to p waterfront owners* Fbte city , has a© money ■to build a ; tlreboat. : t<4 • bulk of the property asking for flroboat , MMtton never pays a dollar to the city either <i '.";'' By legislative legerdemain Tacoma loses '.'' ,#OO a year that should be paid by the Nortn «rm Pacific la taxes on Its waterfront property. '■ U the city could get this tax money it would be f to build a whole fleet of tlreboats. but as the aty does not get the money, It hardly looks fair o ask the home owners on the pralrte to pay 'protecting this private property that does "..»•» veo pay a dollar of local taxes. 4M It Is not necessary. " Manager H. C. Nutt tol...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 April 1909

■ 1 JBniir - Aaril' tt^ lMy • ,yHH BVANS HOME. NfAR MANCHESTER, MASS.. WHICH WILL BE THE SUMMER CAPITAL OF Jl THE UNITED STATES. ." MANCHESTER, Jfass., April -;22. —After all, the EM ward Robln tfton home at Manchester is not to Abe the Oyster Bay of the Taft ad 'jmlnlstratlon. The president has ' I decided on another summer house '* tE ear thlß clty- one owned ''y R°bt -1 Evans. . I Real estate men who announced ithe choice of the Robinson house "the other day and made the an .tiouncement so positive that all the |bewspapers printed pictures of the ■ Iglace, are now agreed that In the Bvans place the president will find reven more convenient quarters. i TO PUT BAN ON H FREE LUNGH | COUNTERS "j». "Lets abolish the free lunch," C aid Councilman Jaiuieson last night In a resolution In the city m council. Bell seconded the res ■ ; "Glutton and it was about to be /JP adopted when suddenly there was agitation in the Sixth, ward cor ■ ner. ■ -.:•- - :- ■;■.- ; iv '■ >■;.. --: "Hold!" s...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 April 1909

f ■Ssssssssssßß) A tsssssssssssssm BBSssßkssssssm ssssm .^sssssasi ssssss* sbbsss* sssssskssssssVssssssssssssS^ssssssssssß sssssssssssssssssssW wlMsssV A WP^ Tssf^sssk W ■ i l^ m ■ IbII 11/1 M. BSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSBSSSSSSSP^BSSSSSSSSsViS^BSSBBSsI SW^BSI BSBsl Issi BBS^BBsWH SBSSsf SSSBSSB ■ I BSSsI BSSSSSSSsI IS^'wllh' drunkenness and 3. B. Smith, a switchman, pn*»4 yesterday, and will te Jail asm bis wife, !ffi|b*':- W|f *» » *l»»f«4 to have beat &&%.¥ **• tvpear la court. t It suing for * divorce Kgr** k«rt>and, and yesterday, Btttom&^fimP*' h* cama Borne ln' ■HMD FOR STREET M WORK IS BROKEN ; ■ ■>. fit All Mordt 1 for municipal f im- I r ft#p»Bt#tt|*ntM i were broken ' this jla it • II Tacoma. Beginning with I V *ait inlstratlon of ■ Mayor thAttfe «p o today there was 11, --,'«s»M|-) spent in streets and sew ' - «vft|Tk*t« were 14.44 miles of i •'£§&> llt'.y paved, 27.86 miles vof ! ■■-••- a graded, 27.48 miles of ce ■~\ aidcvalks 1 kald, and , 28.55 '*-...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 April 1909

nXdw, April M. 1909 •;.; • i nuaarod tMnnua 53 dollars' ;/' I > spept ■ for S* Improvements '• la; ;*.. Park now. Come, see; lots y. •<•*, with * Improvements, . only, '■ lowa and $i per month. Get off *. "aeom* ear at »SU» and Msta: >k • on* < block . west. QIU Hobu. .ltswl Co.v~>. '-•-.- :-v.r.<-.«.;«; --i™.^'^».> *^~ t^^ .-.^,-■ ?■«■■"-».** • .-■£** - ■i"rfr' r'-H SALE BT OWNER—I lot IB , ' new house. Just finished, Urge *h lor small family; within 10« «■» from car * line station. Wood coal yards at your door. Store v f bytoh.r =, shop : within ■ 1 ■ blocks. B i i. mail • delivery i every morning, ;.' feet I title. M Price $600: $100 cash .'•'sl» a month. Enaulre 403 Call jL i'»*,w<J«.;ra"-*» 1 I »^f^:;' - •/■?:■•; . *. * Isrfront •• <; lots • for • summer > - Frank A. Maglll. 410 FtOY*£ i most critical time in the b*< ■ ■ 1 life, is when a man has to I f • whether he will build a hjSe ■T rant Let us show youpur E Iful addition f and explain/bur R...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 April 1909

HflHE^^nu?2J3cf^^j?3^^^^Zf4 Ejg iLI in flAuninblUn Ihlii 9XJOM UKB TO WALK ■■-." fj&fc, ON ■ DARK • SURFACE*:. \Sk interesting ,». is? government tests Just concluded show that flies light on white clothe* mm than : half as frequent a*} ea Week one*. This should, frnulate the ;«■ wearing £of [ Ucht-oolored ;hats J and ducks I ;:tar men, and chiffon and white hirtwalsts ; for women. mmm |>{ WASHINGTON, D. C, April 21. I " —«A fight against the common I jPBVM fly. or "typhoid fly," has I k la progress in Washington for I » years. In May, 1906, the I Malta department of the District I ef Columbia published a set of I rule* which have been so well en- I forced that" the fly evil has been I reduced 88 per cent In the national I jKal, according to official re- I , These rules may be briefly con- B -..'■ '#**vsd as follows: I . AIJ stalls in which animals are I «7. tout ctUill have the surface of the I - raond covered with a water-tight | ' foor. livery .person occupying a I buildin...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 April 1909

welve Pages ONE CENT A COPY ■VOL. «. NO. 108 ATTACK ON CONSTANTINOPLE EXPECTED BEFORE NIGHT H * B '■* * 111 B^l 111 AMERICANS IIN GRAVE \ DANGER '■"!•* *ir """ ■■n*' *»* ,r■.**£■" •*'*" —; ~ ** f*' - - w v-" >. ""* "^^n -* ■ ; sissacre Is Reported *to > w be Imminent in Per , ■.^1 -f sia — Foreigners } ; I^-^il^ Bondage •■■j:-: . '.y United Press Leased Wire.) • WASHINGTON, D. 0., April 23. I I Dispatches from Teheran,-Per sia,, today Indicate that foreigners ;,'|i: the vicinity-." of : Tabriz .are' In • .fr-ave -! dancer. 1- '■■*,<;"• :".-':- 1 -"': W* Minister Jackson says 1 that a 9 Jiassacre ia c Imminent ■ and,V that ilnilemmatory speeches were' made {against foreigners; at the funeral iof 'i Missionary Ba»k*rville. For ■ elgners are ' not allowed to leave I Tabrii. > ■rZS&2JzZ >.*t* rqK/,-*?\\ I The: state department has di »oct«d the Mnfbassador at St. Pet ! rsburg ,to j Indicate j informally to ■ «he Russian government that the Vfcited States must rely on ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 April 1909

. HAMPIONS TRIM TOE TIGERS AGAIN mm It* GAH'T SWAT THB B^B^«i.: AWD ffi «t VANOOUVKB I_»WS VO GREAT STICK HH *' TV* rery scratchy bits were all BRH » could get la the fifth «■■ l^itejri at the hands 'tj of ? Van _9{flH| »ver yesterday, and It took con j^H^H fable itraianing of the scoring MIBH 1r«WB-|t»JglTes. J them that. ;.: Scored HBBWB t down to the line. Paddock ÜBSaSS t*otM - bare I come • pretty close to ffffjfWjß a LO-hli game. _Vls]_aYl ;r ( *# •or- of Hurley, which he *4lMMlLnP*>!r «nt *° first, was good,'but the jMM* f Baker, credited for a hit, KoßflUra other; Ude without error aNvißßk am the other aide without doing «MH|Bw Otauaa to ' good scoring. The ffinHGHe mot the Tacomans cot on baae mUR« pure f ambling of the enemy. jSzjSWB pßif .Tigers are weak at bat and _B üßt wmik in the box. |j__f_§fS : Th«ae two facts stand out prom g«HHiip(»t fas the I result ■: of Si the « first i&SjjH ttx gamoe in which the Tacomans jflftMMjf iker pitched a good game yes- HUm "day...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 April 1909

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 April 1909

f\ tMaiam »▼—t a»«ss«iio4pW wxtmrt wjwpat wt «■■ taooma | orricgi _*«■ gip--V'*v '.vf-» v-^^ -3c^:-«*- ■■.j*f *s=r^* TvmmmSma mi m aL»st?<vw'£*ifc^«»-'*':-i«»i*«3.o*^'i^,|; comnoa rr. "*#-* iswl^^^ei —> t^B ss»J^V^ g'^' ' Vm^^^^m I:*"J'* ' - Cl^^ *s^i ■ I TlOOHie * ■ Ijiy^tj>yfiPi^e*j|ffeß>^p^s> wsp* 4vVßssessjsjßjsjßj . fw s^bbbpsss* Bjssf p e^^P^s^s^sießi ■ - -4ssssssw^^^* J__*_^l_L^^ •* PlksMlW »■■ oottvunn tbui oraphio itewb sbrvick SUPPLIED BY THE -v^. tnaaam raw asbociat ions* lhaskp wirk. ;;- . - tenth Park Board Btj^ftLMPMft park board seams to be in bad - ■Spaaa's only outside notoriety Is that it ■».«( fossils" i according ;to ft the i, public f • |M President Nelson Bennett made last., Bafet t on the work of the board. And ■MM who have asked for information and MM iMn on park matters are dubbed aasMers.' and "anarchists." ?s«b»l* elected us and we are going to httsr business \ and '■. we i will fe not .ibo ft B*f£?W* 1 "•ajoled," ; shouts the park board' V ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 April 1909

ff. ARRANT? OUT FOR WOMEN AUTOKTS KDavged With ... Exceeding Speed 1 Unit—One %b : Mnsabiy *•* & i iifoii Seattle "4OO."' !v '■'" The Tanoma police iiave Issued warrants for the arrest of C. W. Huotorl of Aberdeen, Mrs. Chaua oey A. Wright of Seattle, and Mrs. Mary Keller of Puyallup, each charged with exceeding the auto mobile speed Km on Pacific ave nue. Sit is alleged that Mrs. Wright*b car was speeding down t WNLEY PIRI 6IR I HITS TELEPHOME POLE I irafrio on the McKlnley line fwas delayed for an hour last 1 evening on account of the defall- I lux of a passenger car near the gravel pit. The oar was running at an average rate of speed, and jumped the track just as It was passing over a switch. It bounded over the roadway and 'bumped against a telephone pole. No passengers were hurt, and the only damage done to the «ar was the tending of its fender. . "The Dependable Store" BIG INTRODUCTORY SALE OF - •■.■■••'>■■■ ■.- ••■ ■ . ■ ''•■. -■' .■' ■ ■'".•■■-■--"■»'.,.'■- ■- ■■-.■'■...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 April 1909

'■>«! I l_ I I 11 ■ ■ y l >LOGIBT REFUSES TO TURN * OVER OFFICE WHEN ms^»^^fMe^mr^^mmm^tim^^imi discharged . I Jllson, «My bevcteriotoftst, ; |>|HW*Dored from office yesterday Ml bgii— be turns over the keys I Jtf' fee will be arrested .. and *ed la jtolJce " courts-s^liS I «Bf. was called in Iby Mayor redeesday nieht and asked fill rfMga I md ! the ' mayor ' says he I F<#i to -Mod j his ■ resignation : In. C ft** • vdMaaged IMs mind, evl bf fitly, (or be failed to do so and i • tot test evening got a let m from te , refusing to resign, loua the meantime the mayor had low bhn a letter reeving him > tpn atlee. Mayor I Llnok then 0 iPOlntsd i Dr. James 'La O*sa of ttatasie ; Paddock hospital. ■>,; Dr. pli Oar* vent to Dr. Wilson for B<l* . jttT* to the office i and = Dr. t lUie» fasod to t give them l u>p. ifc?J*i«tas» - wen* to work ' today, |grf«W."-;: and be ;is \ regularly 'on ■IDr^Wilson still had the keys at )>toa Mlty. The 5 mayor, fc how *l*r. at for...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 April 1909

' BaßßßavS^amlaßi^B* £^ A * JftA ?m njyftX' April 2«v 1909 • • Honored ;. tr.anssna 53 dollars Vn> ■ spent < for Improvements la ■ Ural Park i bow. ;; Con*. ■«•; I lot* ■ • tin, with • Improvements, <only H down and It per month. Get nIT I '•coma ear at Ilth and M st*- H'lc« on* block mit oili Horn* H itment ■ Co. ■ t ' 7 3. ;-. „;->,, j,....„-, „ „, B 7,0H BAIJS BY OWNER—I lot » ■ now house, Just finished. large I , h for .mall family: within 100 H • . from i oar I Una ■tattoo. Wood V coal > yards ! at' your door. Store H 1 butcher shop - within 2 . blocks. He; • malt 1 delivery every morning H rfect title. Price 1500. $100 cash ■ id 110 a month. 4 Enquire 403 Call ■ ula bldjt. j, ■-.;■„..,•.-..i ..... . Waterfront lots for summer ft iob. Frank A. Maglll, 410 Prov- I 'it nldg. M ba. most 'critical time In the bat ■ of life, it when a man has to • > whether he will build a home V .*y rent. Let us show you our ■ tutlful addition and explain • our ■ •position before ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 April 1909

■ PAOKMOHT Park board smoked out, makes report but oh* how ancry L'|«WBMDSBrT bennett "pkev IKD" BKOAIfIE & OF, W RECENT ?;* ft nrmiDowN ri retaliates W CALLING & VOTERS f, BAD The ! park * board last night - re |HpM|^ Its i financial condition, towlu« that when the present in debtedness lls all k paid the board Htl have ;$8,643 i left to .run' the tries thta>ear.^i®ii.feyv 1--, ►cordlDK to the J report '< the loarrt came into « legacy of $34, --< 640 deWs left 'by th« old board. ;It -has * paid j $20,336 r for fences, J sheds, comfort 1 stations, grading, fitting %up V the conservatory and I other; permanent improvements ' In th<» parks and has spent $17,129 tot maintenance of 'parks. This | makes a total" of $72,006 in park warrants outstanding, which j with the Interest, will amount to about Wfi&ti^^m^m''■■'.':-'"A-- •'■•-•^/.«.' .>i The' taxes t now coming . in will amount to $83,643, iso after pay- Ing ; all the outstanding warrants there will be abou...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 April 1909

fe£ Section r^^':'^t^"^-'^>T:^'^^>^Z: '-'": VOL. 0. NO. 105 NEWLYWEDS ARE PUT IN A CAGE AND HANDCUFFED FRIENDS TAKK NOVEL RK VKNCJU ON COUPLE WHO I KBIT MARRIAGE BECKETT. prrrsßUßG, p*.. April 23.— Peter McLaughUn, Jr., a paving contractor, and Gertrude H. Moeck were married February 24 last, tout their .friends did not find out about it until a week ago. Then they decided to get even with the young couple. While the young couple were at their home, 7216 Jeanuette street a crowd yelling like Indians gath ered in front of the house. Mc laughlin went to the door to in vesttgate, .when he was pounced upon 'by several 1 men, who hand cuffed him and then led him to a large wagon, which supported a cage. He was placed In the cage and then the crowd returned to the house and took Mrs. Mc- Laughlln out to the wagon, where she was placed in the cage and handcuffed to her husband. The wagon then was driven through East Liberty and home ward and the young couple were compelled to stand a...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 April 1909

I Bombarded with business! p^ll POSITIVELY OUT M2 I PULVERIZING PRICES THE GROUND! Itf BUSINESS I C difference at now are saving only I BOMBARDED BUSINESS! I /._•■' *■ '*.'•: ■■ ■ ■■'; , Trlh EDDYING WITH ENTHUSIASM! a inuinpo I • .— _ AnJ An PULVERIZING PRICES TO THE GROUND! J ,L Avalanche , .-'',- [l : '^-\, . :^;,^- ■j^ -.0-"^ ;57'rC^'---. '^" •'^riV''^-L'T >^'!' I'-''- i''.' ■'': Yourself A I What a stir, what a triumph! and keeping it up day after day, while competition looks on Aud Rovnliitmn I in amazement You can't down the truth. Values talk with a roar. Bargains bellow the v I\CVUIUUtHI I I . . | f i '• -„ w% c iii 1 lOU I news and its just as good today as when Elliott Bros, first swung the doors open that started A this mammoth Closing Out Sale. All of the latest styles in men's and ladies' ready-to-wear ™ Be Furore garments, going at money saving prices, the only difference is prices are buried now out of Convinced . L. iit! and values will not be recognized by us, f...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 April 1909

iHMHi TO LEFT THIS TO LEFT THIS IDe ale ' ■■-■■,•••• THE WESTERN If^ Tuesday, Wednesday 1 1909. JJjg And It Positively | landslide interest will sweeping The Tell i|mg^nag^rK|^ little it will later, f*f\KllX? OFFICES 24,000 THE TO CABLE SERVICE following to purse and strongly Will YOU ?? i| !l* SOON Miscellaneous Ladies l^wl bale ■" { 2£ "60 ladies' . suit Pair, ■ I Til I $7.00 $17.00 ; | Hie * To Mose Anderson, Mgr. EUiott Bros. . . . Tacom«, Wa. A sweeping landslide of bargains which will interest Ofllv A That stock musirpQßitivdy be closed out by Wednesday. Slash prleei regardless of values, m you in merchandise, UtXt Aing to payiflg MlOrV '' ■ . elijottbros. you for carrying it away. I■ ■ -^\ RBAD THI NOTICE ASD AORBBUKXT ON BACK "li^^ iil"^^ l^^ Bl^ l^ —"^■■■■■■^■■■■■■■■'^■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■^■■■■■■■^■■ i^" ■■■■■■■■■■I , X. ■ * ■■■■■■■■■■■■■IVIMI I C D .. I- ittiMfe^niessage tells the story. When Elliott Bros, wire one of their managers that a stock must positively go, it mea...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 April 1909

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Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 April 1909

Page 4 Every Day Offers Some Interesting Articles for the Women Readers VOL. c. NO. lOA CONSTANTINOPLE CAPTURED BY THE REBELS SULTAN MADE PRISONER AND GOVERNMENT OVERTHROWN FUGTVE ■I TEH JAILED Man Who Sold "Fake:, Cleveland Letter Cap tured in Frisco-Tells How He Stole Boy (By United Press Leased Wire.) SAN FRANCISCO, April 24. — Broughton Brandeaberg, the au thor, under arrest here as a fu gitive from Justice 1n connection with the sale by him in New York of the famous Cleveland letter, which he is alleged to have forged during the last presidential cam paign, today related how he at> duoted James Shepard Cabanne 11, son of one of the most famous families of St. Louis, and brought the lad with him to San Fran cisco. The boy, who Is eight years old, Is Brandenberg'e stepson, the writ er having married the lad's moth er after she was divorced from James Shepard Ca/banne, 11. The first James Shepard Cabanne \\.;is a multi-millionaire and a leading figure in the Missouri metropolis...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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