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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 April 1909

!PA&fe 9, TUESDAY, APRIIi VT EVOLVES PLAN TO TALK WITH MARS . <By United Press l^eased Wire.) BOSTON, Mass., April 27. — Texans offering to raise $10,000, --•00 to be expended in experiment tag with signals In an attempt to Communicate with Mars, were no tified today by William Henry Pickering, professor of astronomy at Harvard, that such-an Immense fcum would not be required. The professor's message was In reply to a telegrom sent him by the Star and Telegram, newspapers at Unit Worth. Professor Pickering advised the Texans t establish an observatory on the highest possible efficiency In a favorable location In western Texas, where he and other emin •nt scientists coul dconduct ex More Money For ' Tuhlicity Fund To the Citizens of Tacoma: The Tacoma A.-V.-P. exposition •ommittee made an appeal some weeks since for a fund of not less than $30,000 to be expended on ttehalf of the community during the season of 1909 in publicity knd promotion work in connec tion- with the A.-Y....

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 April 1909

J REAL I 11 ESTATE 1 One Hundred thousand dollars ' i feeing, spent for Improvements la Central Park now. Come, see; lots ■ITS up. with Improvements, only 110 down and $1 per month. (Set off to. Tacoma oar at 18 th and M Its.; •ffloe one block west GUI Horn* vestment Co. I FOR SALE BY OWNER—I lot » . < Z11S; new house, .lust finished, large enough for small family; within 100 ' yards from car line station. Wood . and coal yards at your door. Store and butcher shoo within 2 blocks. Free mail delivery evnry morning. Perfect title. Price $500; $100 cash and $10 a month. Enquire 403 Cali fornia bldK. Waterfront lots for summer homes. Prank A. Maglll, 410 Prov ident Bldg. The most critical time tn the bat tle of life, Is when a man has to decide whether he will build a home or pay rent. Let us show you our beautiful addition and explain our proposition before you decide. $15 monthly will buy a beautiful llttlri home. Don't put it off. If you d i - the other fellow will not. and we onl...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 April 1909

MOT «^ TUESDAY.'APWIJSt AROUND-THE-GLOBE WALKER ARRIVES IN TACOMA tELZ— - ~ s^tvkWheiT Dr. C. O. Rust of Tacoma iru i touring . the • world last year S'■he ! met at Bombay Joseph Thom •nin, ' a , little : French journalist, ■who was | out on a pedestrian ex pedition around . the , globe for a $26,000 prize | hung up | by the Royal Geographical and Olympic ■ociety of Holland, and this morn lag the doctor was surprised when (lng 1 the doctor was surprised when tils old acquaintance walked into tola office, 307 Provident building, la this city. •?>■■'; ■-: -v-. '-i ■' - ;•; Tbomassin gis one of. three who Started on I the shanks-mare jour !ney from Calais, France, July 12, 1806. He - has covered Europe, Asia,, and last week he dropped off £ the ' steamer ' Taso ' Maru - at (■tattle. for the conquest' of America. ■■--': ;*■■•''■<' "-■■■'' ji Last June when Dr. Rust of this •Hy met him In Bombay he bad ' fn*t come from an encounter with TACOMA BAKER LOSES $500 IN CON GAME That time...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 April 1909

Page 4 Every Day Offers Some Interesting Articles for the Women Readers VOL. 6. NO. 109 FIX UP THE MARKET SCRAP Commissioner and Stall Keepers Adjust All of Their Differ ences The gardeners and stallkeepers it the Public Market this morning called on Commissioner McGregor to adjust the differences that have existed between them, and the whole proposition will be fixed up and the market will be conducted without opposition. The commissioner will design a collopsinle stand for the stall keepers, to take the place of the present wooden booths, and all the etallkeepers will be compelled to use these or have wagons. All the men agreed to the plan, the commissioner to get the ap proval of the council tonight. The stallkeepers have built up the market to its present propor tions and have paid all the ex pense, the city not contributing a cent. The stallkeepers have paid $4 00 for the canopy roof, they have Installed city light and pay the light bills, they have put In water and are paying ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 April 1909

V>— %' WMDIfSPAT. at*, m [SPORTING NEWS OF WE WORLD fOO ARISTOCRATIC CANINES PUT ON EXHIBITION TODAY tlfi SHOW OPENS IN THE STATE ARMORY Bow-wow-wow, who's dog art tfcouT I'm my lady's poodle dog, bow wow-wow. Little Tommy Tinker's dog Is • not at the Tacoma bench show that opened at the armory at noon • today. Tommy Tinker's dog suited him mil right. He will fight for Tom my and Tommy will fight for him, ttat he has never had his tail cut off nor his ears trimmed and he baa no pedigree as long as the Moral law, nor a fine brass collar ■nd therefore he Is barred from the bench show. Judge John M. Bradshaw who I came up from San Francisco to I Jsdge the Tacoma show can give I the silver cups to the fine haired I dogs that are on exhibition if he I wants to, but he will get the cv- I orlattlng disdain of scores of little I Tommy Tinkers all the same when I Bat dawg connoisseurs say the I Tacoma exhibit of canines Is a rec- I ord breaker for aristocratic pups. I There are 300 up the...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 April 1909

DON'T ALLOW CITY TO BE BOTTLED ON WEST SHORE The city counoil Is becoming more and more of the opinion that one of the main reasons for the N. P. building its Point Defi ance-Narrows line Is to completely bottle up the waterfront on the west line of the city so it will have a monopoly of this great stretch for all time when the city grows and extends over to the west side as it is now rapidly doing. A. R. Tltlow presented some maps to the judiciary committee yesterday showing what will be OPENS CAMPAIGN FOR CLEAN MILK Health Officer Sargentlch has invited all dairymen and milk dealers to meat with him In the council chamber of the city hall tomorrow night, when he will dis cuss matters pertaining to clean milk. The health officer is determined to secure the best possible milk for the city and he will try to line up the dairymen and dealers in a co-operative plan to assist in ac complishing the result desired. DECLARES JAP PROBLEM IS A NATIONAL ONE PITTSBITRG, PA., April 28.— That th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 April 1909

j.jhMWI 4,'. TOPMBBPAT, ' APR.* m v.*. V>>.'j ■ THE TACOMA DAILY TIMES I THE TACOMA DAILY TIMES 70S £•» OTH.T I IMCBP «TBBT ATMWOOir ||XU»JPT IBItDAT BY THB TACOMA I OWOBi 7W mJmnJHBVI**' f •?*—- TIMBS PUBLISHING COMPANY. ?-,■ ■ *■ „,. . '-■ ■ \ I OOMMIDIIOa ST. iffWirAFKB v.-v-''.. t Kmtm»* mi the Ticornn, Wash., Poatoffla* — ■— ma CUM Mutter. ] TACOMA, ; I atalaat °" °»»* F" Owl 1 Ci,"'.: \ PHHIUFC* ■■■«•«" OMIo. Mala TW-AITM SltMtk Carrier 9iM, Xmmw —.78 CfmgOgm rilUniLO. ""Itßrlal D«»*. . Mala f»»-AlT— | a» A4t«»—, at. Mo. >tW| ¥«ar »a.75 I nvili-tfi OlMalitlw D«»t Mtti fM-AHM 'xfeß TIMES OBTAINS THE COMPLETE TEIJE GRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE SUPPLIED BY THB mffls&Z**>-±-- ":<: ■-. UNITED PRESS ABSOCIAT IONS" LEAHKD WIKH. Breaking a Mother's Heart . for 75c Per Day ||||§Little Josell Pasker is the son of KlschtneT J«w» who heard that this is a land that shelters the oppressed. So after that awful week of mar d«r ;' at % the hands of Russian mobs Incited by Russian po...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 April 1909

Dorothy Dale Secures First Interview With He% Boyle, Amazing "Don't Care" Woman in Whitla Kidnaping Case "IT'S A FINE GAME WHEN WE'RE WINNING; NO USE WELChJ IWG WHEN YOU LOSE. IT WIMi BE ALL THE HA MR A HUNDRED YEARS FROM NOW"—THAT'S THE PHILJSO PHY OF THIS STRANGE WOMAN WHO IS A CONSUMMATE ACTOR ON THE STAGE OF HER OWN IMAGINATION —MISS DALE REPORTS REMARKABLE CONVERSATIONS DURING A DAY SPENT IN MKS. BOYLE'S CELL. MERCER, Pa.. April 28.—"L. 1 some of us lose. It's a fine llttl c there's no use welching when w « this world. I've had a knock, do \ all the same a hundred years fro r of women out of jail. Some tlm c will sympathize with me. But Id c don't." These sentiments express the called Mrs. Jas. Boyle, the woma i case, who is confined in *he count For three hours yesterday I listened to her strange talk and w i marveled at her acting. That's i principal actor on the stage of h t a comedienne, sometimes a trage < tnent of it. She adores the glur « No one need waste any pity fo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 April 1909

AGREEMENT REACHED ON THE TARIFF BILL •WASHINGTON, April 28.—Tho Senate finance committee decided today that petroleum products are Sufficiently protected under the Kesent tariff rate, and It Is certain at no change In the duties on these articles will be recommended. The committee decided to put a • graduated duty on zinc ore. The tax will be a quarter of a cent on •M containing less than 20 per cent •mc, three-quarters of a cent on ore Containing more than 20 per cent •Inc, and one cent prr pound on ore Containing over 30 per cent. , It was _also decided not to report on the maximum and minimum or ftny of the administrative featurss «f the Payne bill until after the LISTENED TO GOSSIPS, STARTED DIVORCE SUIT; ! THEN CHANGED HER MIND (By United Press Leased Wire.) . PORTLAND. Ore., April 28.— F. i Donahs,*, who wan chief of police at the Lewis and Clark fair, is a can didate for election as councilman in from the Tenth ward. One day last Week hie friends, were I startled by U the - f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 April 1909

I REAL I ■ I ESTATE 1 ' One nunared tr.ousaml dollar! being spent for Improvement* In t Central Park now. Come, »cc; lota s 1175 up, with Improvement*, only ■10 down and $5 per month. Get oft 80. Tacoma car at SBth and M its.; rifle* one block west. Gill Home Investment Co. Waterfront lots i for summer homes. Frank A. Maglll, 410 Prov > i ident Bldg. The most critical time tn the bat tle of life. Is when a man has to decide whether he will build a home or pay rent. Let us show you our beautiful addition and explain our proposition before you decide. IIS monthly will buy a beautiful llttlr. home. Don't put It off. If you d> the other fellow will not, and we _ „ only have a few more choice lots " In the last close-In addition to Ta coma. Call at 920 Pacific Aye. Gill Home Investment Company. , WE GUARANTEE TO *I<:Ll< IN SO •, " DAYS Wanted— state and business c' chances of all descriptions for Im mediate Investments. Wh/ list with I broker! who don't bring r»»milts? We mod...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 April 1909

PAGE 9, WBDNBSOAY, APR. » WOULD KEEP SIGNS LI6HTED UNTIL 11:30 Councilman Gtblett will offer a resolution in the city council in the near future to require all the '•lectrlc signs In the city to burn Until 11:80 o'clock at night. These Signs are suffered to exist on the street solely for the purpose of lighting the street and for the sale of current by the city, and It Is thought by Glblett to be due the city that they operate until at least 11:30 at night. If this Is enforced It will help to Increase the load factor of the lighting de partment. Mr. Olblett, as chairman of the fire and water committee, is also considering the matter of having a business agent -for the light de partment to drum up trade and get new business. It is believed if the city had a live agent he could i nave moat of the gas ranges in the city discarded and new up-to date electric cooking ranges In troduced. rINEER MISSING; HOUSE IS BURNED PORT ORCHARD, April 2 B.— Sheriff H. F. McKay of Kttsap county, has be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 April 1909

Page 4 Every Day Offers Some Interesting Articles for the Women Readers VOL. 6. NO. 110 MILLION DOLLAR FRE mr ______ . One Dead and Two Lost As Result of Big Blaze in Chicago CHICAGO, April 29.—One fire man is dead, two persons are miss ing and six are suffering serious j injuries as the result of a fire which destroyed elevator B of the Illinois Central railroad early to day. The loss Is estimated at $1, --250,000. Fire Spectacular The fire was one of the most spectacular blazes ever seen in Chicago. It started in the midst of a heavy rain storm and the fierce red flames lapping the sodden sky, which was illuminated at times by flashes of lightning, •> was a wonderful sight. A bolt of lightning Is supposed » to have ignited the building. At 10 o'clock this morning it was considered almost certain that Peter Cooper, a fireman, who was reported missing, was dead. Four hundred and ninety thousand bushels of wheat and 500,000 bushels of corn were destroyed by the fire. BELL GETS NEW...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 April 1909

.% WjggBPAT, APTOTj 29 Bfy^Bg*.-' ■ ■ -"jifjTi"-i ■» -if*-i* —■r-- r —■ ■- ir"-'^ ■ ■ i '■■ r » ■■■j<. ■*. TODAY'S SPORTING MEWS Bow Wows All Wrought Up Over the Mitchell Slaying; Conduct a Council of War 1 TAVOHA .:; PUPS $', WIN . PRIZES nbrvous- IPIIfHIWrOVER THE "MURJDKR" HHhi&Ctt 1 ONB.OF THEIR NUMBER. iDKSPITB Til Kill NFHVOI N NIOSB OVER THE "MITRI>KK 11 OF ONE OF THKIR NUMBER. | "I heard' some fellows saying £ they were going to pass a law tfalnrt as dogs because of that |feMitchell: hound that was murder ffl£•djreeterday,". whined the (ox ter ||| irterj at a * bench: show conference gHtitls, morning.; \ '.:. » , - ' SEp^!T«i.'i that's Just the way. I mtmh he had' stayed at home. I Jos* the cup yesterday from being ife nervous ;J over c,» ■; his . shooting,*' ■Whimpered i FHdo, with the mani m,%Wiredi toenalls.. ,- ...'..■,.■.',: ;.'■ $||iS&''tt 1 eerved him right anyway; '#«|l»,ttad:no *>n#ln«ss to bite," sug gwted ! the Dachshund. "Aw, what's •: th« i matt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 April 1909

OLD CHARGES RAKED UP AGAINST FIRE CHIEF M'ALEVY With five new faces In the cl:y i Council the partisans who have been trying for a year to disrupt the city civil service, last night launched a new movement to ousr George McAlevy, the fire chief. as a stepping stone to filing up the whole fire department with ward heelers. Charges were filed against Mc- Alevy for the third time. OM scores dating clear back to 1905 are raked up and the charges ■were preferred by J. B. Ward, a discharged fireman who was re moved by'MoAlevy three years ago for alleged neglect of duty while attending a fire at the St. Paul mill. Ward has evidently secured the HART M'KEE STUNG BY DIVORCED WIFE PARIS, April 29.—Regretfully and only because he wanted to get back his cream-colored silk under clothes, Hartupee McKee, the American, has paid the Insurance on the automobile of Cornelia Bax ter-Tevls-McKee, once his wife. The motor car was Hart's own property, but even after the sepor ation he permitted Mrs. Tevi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 April 1909

MOB 4. THI7HSDAT. APRIL 0* THE TACOMA DAILY TIMES il#ACOllA'BOim.T I ISSUED BVBHT ATOBmif MXODPT SURDAT IT TH« TACOMA I OTriCHI it ImWraHDBNI I X- »*-_^~*. ~ ; .* times publishing company, I Wmmkiicb ST. % I&WPAriB ) 1»«r«< ■« turn T»wi, W—!»., P—f ■■ —«— 4 Cl— Matter. | TACOMA, ■ ■M.I O— C—t P«T Oayri SO C—l« PHAIIFC" ■"■•-«■«• Offlca Ma|> TSB-AITWJ 01 ■ Heath ar Carrier or Wall IBr Malt 'llfPnfllJ> lIIUNLO. Eatt.rlal """I ** . Mala TM-aITW f"J"als« A«raa«». Sim Ma. Sl-S*i ire" «a.T» T^aß**^ ■ ■■*" "*"*'■ ClralaM» Dcpt. Mala rSS-AIT»S VBB TIMES OBTAINS TH« COMPLETE THUS GRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE SUPPLIED BY THE flplllfe: ;vr;*::X:- . UNITED PRESS ASSOCIAT IONS' LEASEB WIRE. The Council and the Tacoma Grocery Trust The grocery trust bag at last captured the otty council and sucoeedad In taking steps that It to expected will kill the public market on D st This market was started in the late summer after most of the berries and produce was gone. Even at that It put a sever cri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 April 1909

CITY WATERFRONT LAND IN DEMAND Waterfront property Is pretty good stuff for the city to hare. Bids have been received for a five year lease on the city dock from the Nickerson-McFarlaae com pany, offering $16,500 for five yearn, and from Charles J. John son offering $13,300. Both agree in addition to their own business to maintain a free dock there for all corners, and to repair and in sure the buildings. More applicants appeared last MME. REJANE SOON TO REMARRY HER HUSBAND BUSINESS REVERSES REUNITE ACTRESS AND MANAGER HI Si; \M> AND DIVORCE IS TO BE ANNULLED. PARIS, April 29.—Madame Re- Jane, who was Madame Porel, is to remarry her husband. This news is practically official, and the reconciliation of which "all Paris" is talking has been brought about by the business re verses of both husband and wife. M. Porel, who has been trying to manage the Vaudeville theater, has to give up because of a con stant lack of success. Madame Re Citizens Complain Against Nuisance Residents in th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 April 1909

wmiHH jf^rAu]B a, tyPKaPAY, aptoti* 99 BIG FLEET NOW LI UP FOR REPAIRS 16 BATTLESHIPS TO UNDERGO REPAIRS (Bjr United Press Leased Wire.) NJSW YORK,' April 29.—The World today print* anartlcle by a : special Washington correspondent who Bays: ■•..- . "J^;/>■>;■-.•;-'":.-: "The navy department has an sroirmced that - the sixteen . battle ! •Mps ; that | formed ; a part of Ad ■ ttirftl| Evaas' fleet: on ' the world cruise are to be remodeled. This announcement fi« _■ regarded as a practical oonflrmatlon of the. car | rent I report that the long voy .1 ge practically, wrecked tiho navy.' 1 continuing, S the : correspondent I •ays i that , the ', maKts Jof many ■of ■ the frtiips wear sprung, plates loos :«ned and ; machinery and ' equip ment damaged. The nary depart ment, he says, adm Mr that 16 ves ted are laid lup : for repairs. *» S*t According to the plans which I are t believed to be. receding the ' serious ■ consideration of the au thorities, the sixteen vessels may Armstrong...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 April 1909

REAL ESTATE [Una Hundred tr.vuaahU duilarn peing spent for Improvements In Central Park now. Come, sec; lots 1176 up, with Improvements, only 110 down and $5 per month. Clot oft .-♦ 80. Tacoma ear at 38th and M st*.; I ffflce one block west. GUI Horn* W Investment Co. I Waterfront lots for Bummer 1 iomes. Frank A. Maglll, 410 Prov -1 bent Dldg. r The moat critical time In the bat m tie of life, Is when a man has to ■ Heckle whether he will build a hams 61 »r pay rent. Let us show you our n beautiful addition and explain our ftL proposition before you decide. $15 LI ' Monthly will buy a beautiful little, Lv pome. Don't put It off. If you 0 ) H the other fellow will not. and we El only have a few more choice lots |,J In the last close-in addition to Ta- BP loma. Call at 920 Pacific Aye. (Jill ' Borne Investment Company. | :— k Hi: GUARANTEE TO M<;l.l. IN SO \ . DAYS f Wanted—Real state and business ! Chances of all description* for lm tnedlate Investments. Why list with brokers who...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 April 1909

fftffiE 8, 'ifIHUHSpAY, APRIL/ 20 MILWAUKEE WILL BUILD NEW LINE i ' «O BEGIN CONSTRUCTION FROM GATE CITY TO TACO HA EASTERN. To have its connection made with the Grays Harbor country by the time Its transcontinental line to ready for heavy traffic, the Mil waukee railway will In a short time begin construction work on the line from MeKewna, on the»Ta coma Eastern, to the Joint-user line from Gates Olty to Aberdeen. r " SENSATION IN STATE GRAFT INVESTIGATION JflrholN < Denies Schlvely's Story, ;:. Bat Affidavit Gives Lie to His Testimony. • ■ OLYMPTA, April 29. —Denying In most emphatic terms that he bad ever participated In any of the fees demanded by Insurance Commissioner Schlvely, Secretary of State Sam Nichols, on the stand yesterday in the state graft inves tigation, created a sensation by giving the lie direct to Schively. Nichols denied that he had tak en any trips with Schlvely for the j purpose of examining insurance companies, and that he ever had * share of the Insuran...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 30 April 1909

Are Liberal Users of Display Space in the Times: It Pays ' —-- •e.-W^titV^^^^v^Sag^Bgw^£?-."' - ■■•■ —'■ -.^.'>O»-M-*s^^^".- ■ tacoma. wash., mntAv^vK; ■■ — aimih. ao;.iboo'; "^i.^'/;SVU^xi^f."^< \-<':-C: - ::'■: T^r:^Cr^^?^^fw:canri^koOT^ VOL. c. NO. 11l ' ~~ ~~ " TAOOMA, MASH., FBJPAV VSVmt XVS<;. APltll, :to, 1000 ~ 80 CENTS A MCMHTM. - - ■ ■ ■ . • ' _ -"" ~ ' " " _ "— " _ " ~w~ ' __. FIRE FIENDS CAUSE NINE DEATHS IN N.Y. TENEMENT •xC ;: '^ . . .. .. ,- - ■• j ";..:'4,_.-. - r_7. „■-=!■ v .— rv.'ia].iJ.-.4*i«-.r->-^-./:'-*,i>.•«>*■ s'• ".r:-;.r-":^-v-.*,;e'i\' '- . .:;,;" :'/<■.-,,f :'.''»-;,■'■«• :r, .;'/;;:.'MO.':i-,; ;«:i-^'t,^; l;,:^;--.^;: '.'-.,'-',''■.,■',.■;*•'.:<■,.■';'"','.'.'■■>.'•■•,..;■ -^v.»rc?yi¥<t?r-jfef«wisw*te«(BaM; Grand Jury JVoto 'Probing ■■' ■:,-'-^. '■-' ' ■■' : ,-■.■.- '■■•- .■ ' :•■•-■■•'.■"-■ r> ■ ■" '■•■■■■ 1 -..-■ ' ••::,['■'■■ Alleged Tax Title Fraud KLEIN DS ADIEU TO TAGOMA | Man of Mystery Gets T V Fine of $31 and...

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