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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 30 April 1909

*L r * i^B^^t .^I^^L i ' P^^^H ■ 1 9* • mull «Ky.'. OljinpSa puts FflMim tog, or at least tetter dog I Ml *ay ' pt«e. on tHe map, i tor I 10* 'isSltl] «*ty last night, iat tfhe I iMnk m*w, walked o -with the I EW^fil*. b«ot dog in toe show, I Ijptlli'Mwt dos ehom by a worn- E a* tor tne beat dog is the I «•JHI «f WasWngton. ' All ■ three I ' flV^ ware' 'won by/.; Champion I f fgliiriiliii Biddy, the bull terrier I ;.#N»al »y Mr. and Mrs. O. O. I I f«f Otrmvla. [ ,- iim^Stm. Bmdahanr says the world, I <' ga» g is the tmtt tn the world. I Aayway. she 'has never been beat i ' «a, »atd haa won' over ; 800 prlaea ri is s couatrrand England. ! .^TtotlarMl doga also sooirped a h v »rg» share of the other, prizes for * Bon wmerß. - I^l^ftwomat* ;;: winners, » ■ however-, I I ***** ' yfetty well in the f Judging PITTIE SCORES li^vipi v fllil AM 11 Hbn H lull nil- I |B X iii!"'iur.- I KOBTHWKBT I.KAGITK. Standing. «iH^^5 iS#JS£*:,'Woni L«Bt ■ Pet ;. «i* {f|BlMl|f ........ » ', 4 .692 11&am...

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. — 30 April 1909

grMafr AprflKUflOT ACCUSED OFFICIALS MAY BE OUSTED BCHTVKLY AND NICHOLS MAY BB FORCED TO RESIGN OLTMPIA, April 30.—When the legislative Investigating commit tee adjourned yesterday afternoon, not to meet until next Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, It was with the understanding between the "The Dependable Store" Summer Furniture Are you fixed for the hot days? Is your porch the most comfortable and cool place about the house? We can make it so. A couple of pieces of this green summer furniture will help a great deal—it's not expensive, either. A chair and rocker or two will give a com fortable luxuriousness that cannot be sur passed. Have One for Your Porch ~ * BACHRACH ■-.; .■■ y> FEIST * BACHRACH FEIST * BACHRACB FEIST « BACHRACH (. j FEIST * DACIIRACII PKIST * BACHRACH <4"fFEISTS « gMfeHArH FEIST * BACHRACR Luckiest "'Special Buy" of Ladies' Suits Ever Made by a Tacoma Merchan Sale onens Saturday WE REGARD THIS AS "o™, LUCKIEST BUY BECAUSE THE STYLES ARE BETTER, THE ASSORTM...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 30 April 1909

IL'i "'•* '■. jtT* f t ***■■**"-* was*. PasHaOea — ■■■■■■ O— Umttm. ) ■kaqoma. aMupai «m oattrvmru TMJIOHAPHIO mbw* MEBVICB bitpplikpTt thb j^Bt.Ji^3faifc'& mnrwp ; r—— AeBOCIAT IONS' lkamkp - Wlßß.^Sepg^y^-fe^:--^CIJ»3^ ■PF Tins It Raisin Day B&f& *a*H FO» BAISINSI Thrt la Raisin HP! Ws' M 4 • sll ' ow the! country \ people are • be- Pf- 1 mmkt well ■umnii with the Boat delirious If iltfcat Natare, with :r little kind assistance I ifliMhi ; Mtj has provided. for. human conaump- I I* w« had our way, we, the fellows who I KM* I profit !by raising would t have > this IllffWWttl profit $*r ralsina 4 would ii have i this - rcjalljr aad nyglenically, and surely sHttdt 49 MMIMa and profitable to celebrate the \ ■ *22i|Ml itrodfletion of i a cheap, flrat-olaaa , food | «* **** llv» aad grow la popularity mator of mta«, meat and muscle as It la • » utlr orer a great man who I *I > ■ mA a hundred year, or so and going IJ- 1 E*4a good : white longer. :,■ ■H J s afore, the \ ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 30 April 1909

BIG PROTEST AGAINST CITY COUNCIL'S MOVE TO BREAK UP PUBLIC MARKET Property owners and stallkeep ers along the D at. public market are protesting loudly against the scheme of the grocery trust, work ed through the city council, to break up the market now when the produce season is about to begin. At a meeting of the stallkeepers last night vigorous denunciation was made of the action of the city council In ordering the protecting shed over the sidewalk removed, thus literally wiping out the mar ket It was openly charged that the councllmanlc action was the result of conspiracy on the part of the grocery combine, working In collu sion with certain councilman. Stallkeepers declared they were willing to remove the booths which' Extra Special Bargains All our $12.50 • £ 7K ' — Iron Beds ........... yOifw /B?v\ Weathered Oak Library Table, , »"^ ; Just the thing for »Q 7C- $18.50 Prln- 010 Cfl summer cottages ...... $3ifU cess Dresser. WW Tacoma Furniture &g£ffl TTacoma Furniture &...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 30 April 1909

ps|!fffig|fr«|:,wF»^ _- W IWIPImI I I^ralN* *'r- HoHen a»aiMt O. A. •**! to rcoorer $500 tor cedar I ■*■ ****** t° ■•*• ***n d»m --! ' J.m«4 *r the defendants m begun I ."-vfiiJM** - Clifford* » court -' this j Srnlng. The timber wti dam -1 Ipißftr tt to claimed, while Mitchell 3 locking C off some " fir timber e^H«t BoMea J had ! sold MniVgKja I >■,;-JQffcejflre «11 going to : Seattle: 3D I ■•■^BMit 12:15 1 flyer i to s root s Sunday's I |sne Flyer will be held to V 6 | i'«lock sat : Seattle. "i" 4-:: % *•* I >^@fJM»' J. U. » Curtis ft Co.'i: <i)l. re- I . "dtnr Waterfront Acreage. Office i lit Bankers' Trust Bids., open. until I :M p. m. Saturday. [Fly Time PfcP Coming This market does not (ear It! Our J glass refrigerators : protect the meats from | files and dust and prevent handling of meats , « by customers. We deal In only Jjgk the best grade of meats. ' M Prices rightT Sure!:;*.'^-/i":. H LOOK AT THESE! ■: ffi ißohingpef^^lflv^fg^^ m pound/Vrr: .* f].' ■.:.:'. -;;: ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 30 April 1909

f Mttoy, Awn 30,1 M» I REALI ; ESTATE : I oh 8 nun«r«d i*s tnwoMMa ■ dollars k being ' spent (or Improvements la J Central Park now. ; Come. ■••; leu |17S up. with --Improvements, only ■I* dawn mad M par Month. Oat off to. Tacoma ear at 38th and M at* ; sf ifffo* > one I block I wast. % Qlll Horn | Investment Co.■>,.*; ..r.?*. .' ...-*■ „--,- : „"" Waterfront ■ lots ..for . summer homes. Frank A. Maglll, 410 Prov ident Bids. ..,.'•• z,'-'--.- -'• r; im ii _ ' _ ~* Th« most critical time In the bat tle of life, la when a man - ha* to „, Oeclde whether he will build a home ; or pay rent. Let us show you our I beautiful addition and explain our proposition before i you decide. ' $1 monthly will -buy a beautiful llttlr, borne. Don't put It off. If you <} > the other fellow will not. Itnd we only have' a few mire choice lots In the last close-In addition to Ta coma. Call at 914 Pacific Are. Gill . Home Investment Company. • IVI3 GUARANTOR TO F. 1.1, IN SO ; '-:;.■■'■■ ■ ' ;::...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 30 April 1909

'"^' ' . !.,_... B OPTOftKD TO H) '*■ »r Llnok la positively oixpos- ■* is killing the public market, as ■I' *-'■ sliifßiml by the city council, by ttm ■ i - ';. MNton Wednesday night f. when 's it ■ •*.pW4»te4<tb«Sroof removed, which ■i S »*ll .mere is to the market except B ■ good i will of 1 the ' people. ':'-.,;■ B ":"''" "I shall do nothing to assist in M: ■ pflttfc«»4 I thßnklt is a mistake to M ; ' / this shed down," eatd the H' f ;r^ A* all the city forces , that would ■■ >*|-|»W »ny authority to remove the ■B ahed are working; under the au- In K*pißfitr »of { the s. mayor,: the J shed oM' ' will sot be removed, for the may- SB or says he will ,do i nothing with M HM %&%%.•*) ton* as the ordinance | remains mm establishing tin* market. .V. - |m UCENSIOD ', TO i MARRY. i'^J HS Marriage ! licenses'., "■ have <; been RES. J| atoned to Leon - Foose and Mar- H' fSjf'••ret| Beck • and ' to'i Bpntanrln :B. |ffi' Chtotner and-Mary J. Otla. V ;'*;, ALWAYS HAS IT FOR I.KS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 May 1909

ARE YOU GOING TO MOVE? .•* .o, (So»*t i farcer* r*• aim. the Timer, carrier rear lent lira.. Br Solas Ikli or by telephaataa - the Tlan of fice. Mala 733 ar lad. Alias, you will be axmrrd .1 mat tnU.ina aalafxle easy of your paper. The Ttraeaj carrier ■y*tea> eovera the whole city aad the raburba. - Yo_ ma have the Tlmea delivered to yonr door, no matter where yea Move. Juat rrai-mMr to let aa know your aew ad dreaa. VOL. 8. no. 112 MAYOR INDICTED BY GRAND JURY 182 DEAD IN STORM Startling Increase in List of Fatalities In South hern Tornado Shown By Late Reports—Forty Towns* in Ruins.Seven Hundred Persons Are Injured-Damage to Amount to Millions ANGRY MOB LYNCHES NEGRO J ERRING CROWD CHEERS AS LIFE DEPARTS FROM BODY OF MAN ACCUSED OF ASSAULTING GIRL.. TYLER, Tex., May I.One negro was lynched by a mob today and threats have been made against other blacks. Troops have been stationed here to prevent further out breaks but It is feared that there will be more trouble before nightfall...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 May 1909

IWW «, ammpAY, mat t TOD ATS SPORTING NEWS ■ -_ CANINE FANCIERS _____s__sosi&_w£^i'': * ' - ''"" '•"■'■' c- ' *•' *' *" j-*syafrriy-ff^L?iwjP^^cfri GET PRETTY CUPS ■ :\i/..-- ..■'*--*•«.,♦■.- i ■ ■■■— ■ — If *_»RTY-TWO - fine silver g TROPHIES TO BE AWARDED : WHEN DOG 7 SHOW CLOSES .- TONIGHT. : 7.7; ■ •_ 7; > Tonight the dog show will close Mf at - the : armory with a great silver g Shower, in which,the owners of the Ef prise ] canines will get the 42 fine S silver ? cups provided for the win mneta*#y,yy. ;■,*.•;V ■'■„'*v.'r^, '•■*"' y.i SlMfjTher big Guggenheim trophy for the best dog in the show goes to Mrs. Israel of Olympla, for Cham rMgloniEdgwood Biddy. The John ' 8. Baker cup for the best brace of ,5-1 dogs will be i given to J. .S. Hick j|iford, Victoria, on 7 his . i English S Setters, a Arbutus Swallow and #jMallwyd;Major. ■ j .7.,. : ''■*;-;;• yy E&Thet Times trophy for the best m«nartet:of.dogs will go to Elliott ifgßi ßobb'of-Esquimau, B. C, for TACOMA'S LOS...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 May 1909

MAYOR APPOINTS ! WOMAN DETECTIVE Miss Helen Beardsley, who has been acting as travelers' aid sec retary of the Y. W. C. A., was : yesterday appointed by Mayor L-nck to the position of woman | cop recently created by the coun cil. J Miss Beardsley will look after girls coming to the city this sum mer and Bee that they are not misled by designing scoundrels MIILLIONAIRE AND RUNAWAY WIFE FIGHT FOR CUSTODY OF THEIR CHILD (By United Press Leased Wire.) SANTA BARBARA, Cal., May 1. Although Mrs. Nettle E. Shaw, the wife of James F. Shaw, the mil lionaire traction magnate of Bos ton, announced this morning that she would contest Shaw's claim for the custody of their child. Eld ridge, she said later today that If Shaw made the proper approach to her she would in all probability relinquish him to her husband. Neither Mrs. Shaw nor H. X Marble, the chauffeur with whom she is alleged to have left Boston and with whom she has been liv ing here for a year under the name of Mrs. Marble, have been ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 May 1909

_*888. 4. aATOBtkmTC, MAX _ ;- ..-, -- '■ y,i»(^,f™iW)l«»((,n(nMß_^ '.-a.,.;.---,-- ■:. :,. • .:.■ .. Vi:.™ ■? ■»y ..'*»:-*" ( „.r»;.J.Wft ri:XffffEWmOOMAPAILY TIMES ITHE TACOMA DAILY TIMES , 7tA_J tA'SOKfI/r I ISSC-UH BV-BI A~TBRJtOOKf BXCKPT SUNDAY BY THE) TACOMA I OFFICBi TSS -i_na__JctDß~* i% &■"-.»<.-rvi'''V^'--('.*-■ TIMES PUBLISH-NO COMPANY. COHMKHCB ST. ,;7-amSPAPICI-.'. Bateaed at the Taeeata. Waah- PaateU.ce aa aecead Claaa Matter. | TACOMA. IS, ■a.w Oca* Ceat Pea Capri ■» Ceata ____S~___ DHAUFCi Baalaeae Office Mala 7-S-AITSS mat »*••«_ »r Carrier or -.11 1 II- Mall . Vm___m» ■ W ___}\__\_\_\ Editorial Drat. . Mala TM-AITBS itija A-Uea.e, at. Me. SISSi Year SS.TS \^_^T' -. ■■,^'! V-. 1*-%yil" ,_,„..,..■»,» Beat. m _, TB3-AI7SS lOT tvmm 5 OBTAINS 3 __S ! COMPM-TH i TELEGRAPHIC NEWS BKBV-CE SUPPLIED BY THB pi?S^teCe'*'c^^^^ PyiTKD PRESS ASSOCIATIONS' LKASgD W-BM. ' <#?'•- - ■ — ■■ ' Fine Qualities aac—<il ■ajameca'i.^ ...» . ..... », „ vS^SWe^wi-ItbT-dmlre^-Mrt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 May 1909

• • • Miss Myrtle Elvyn, pianist, with the Chicago Symphony Orches- * • tra, at the Tacoma theater Wednesday evening. • i..... .............*....2 | AT THB STAR. | Another rural comedy drama of the real old "down East" flavor will be presented at the Star next week by the Mcßae players. "Sag Harbor," written by James A. Heme, and patterned after hit other rural success, '"Shore 'Acres," Is undeniably a strong Story and an even stronger play. The scenes center about the little shipbuilding town of Sag Harbor, in Maine. Each scene savors of the coun try where every man is either a Shipbuilder, a fisherman, or a farmer. It tells of the trials and troubles of the simple people who are content to trust in the blank future. But its trend la not seri ous. The author has lntersperced so much comedy that the entire play Is a long laugh, with only a few tears splashed In to lend heart Interest to the plot. The first act shows the home aid workshop of Ben Turner, who is eventually the hero of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 May 1909

|;^_<W^^T--fl-AT.!? MAY 1 " OHIO CLUB PLANS i fIiGIiUBiPLANS BIG MEETING H_S The Ohio i club V. of Tacoma Is planning a big meeting at Parker's "? ball. •on 3$ Tacoam -' avenue, next I ;.,, Tuesday : night when every person who jj ever ,| lived '5 in 0 the Buckeye •J state is' expected to be present. , -, { ;A4* Judge E. O. Chapman and E. J. IFelt & will deliver/ addresses _ and J there will be good music for the occasion. '.: .■■'.;.■-' y ;*$ Lunch will be served to the en tire -company. MOTHER WOMAN VICTIM OF It'" MYSTIC . . SAN, FRANCISCO, May I.—Os r,"Arnold, alias, Al Gar, Hindoo 41c, charged with the theft of els valued at $6,000 from Mrs. -r-llian j Ross; of this city, appear ed v before 'Judge Shortall - today for his preliminary hearing. His case will be set May 7. That ' Mrs.' Ross is not . the only Victim of Arnold's alleged opera tions Is the opinion of the police. [Late 3 yesterday a well " dressed woman I who refused to tell her name/asked to; see' the prisoner ...

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

»AOK T. BATT/TODAY. MAT 1 REAL ESTATE cent, Hundred tr.-u-ana dollars being apent for improvements in Central Park now. Come, see; lots • 175 up, with Improvements, only down with improvements, only 10 down aad $6 per month. Get off o. Tacoma car at 38th and M st*.; sfflce one block west Gill Home Investment Co. See J. M. Curtis & Co.'s ad, re fardlng Waterfront Acreage. Office 14 Bankers' Trust Bldg.,' open until 8:30 p. m. Saturday. The most critical time tn the bat- i tie 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 i . proposition before you decide. $15 monthly will buy a beautiful little i home. Don't put It off. If you Oi ' 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 Borne Investment Company. .—a ■ 1 WE GUARANTEE TO SELL IN 80 DAYS Wantedßeal state and business , chances of all desc...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 May 1909

, It*AQV JA, SATURDAY, MAI' .f; \™^!%_W*__¥_^y_.y*y--:-*i'.-y'_ _ ,■- '*■"*• y :.--.*; _^?.; ?<*.. ..... ...eeya le- -,:.^. ; .':■■ y jfIQLD. UP SALOON: I -^SKS&^H*-*"l^ ' if- -r.ff. *:. 'fH y%^__. . . 1 ■•> v . -!-^.'- -4* (!' ...-., J|B " BiXlllT ROBS - WKST QO> THIRST : PARLOR, COM BLUNt) NINR -.•■ MKN TO Uphold up HANDS WHILE he I*** LOOTS cash TILL. ■■ 7-7' v W&m&&>7£' —: ■<■-■ ,---■* Nine men were held up In the Sfc.End faloon; South Twelfth •>Aff' X streets, at 9:30 last night, §fcy.g'i lone highwayman, and were ; forced _to sit , to, their chairs with iA->nda fceld'aloft while the bandit Booked out the content- of * the cash t drawer, -mounting to $90, S|«id!d-part«l. r!V7'?7v7..7. ■•.•.■.*: y'.yyl WBBIfbA t hold-up ; man '■■ was ~: armed |Si^b | an; automatic % revolver, and %Ala I entire • face> was covered with p»y handkerchief, which 7 had -- two ■mall eye-holes torn ln it. He en tered • through the rear door, and -kad covered the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 May 1909

Page 4 Every Day Offers Some Interesting Articles for the Women Readers VOL. 8. NO. 113 2.000 Citizen* Join In Vrotest Against Scheme To KJII Public MarKet SEA TTLE STORE ROBBED IN BROAD DA YLIGHT CQUNCILUP AGAINST SNAG Meets Strenuous Oppos ition in Its Move to Kill the Public flarket TWO THOUSAND ANGRY CITI ZENS. SIGN PETITION TO SAVE —MATTER TO BE FOUGHT OUT WEDNESDAY NIGHT. Hostility at the city hall has succeeded in driving most of 'the farmers away from the public market temporarily, at least, but a big remonstrance with over 2,000 names on it, and still grow ing, lays on a box up at the mar ket place, voicing the protest of the people and their disgust at the cKy officials for their med dling with the institution. The stalls were all full Satur day 'but Marketmaater Martenis was unable to give the men any '.assurance of what they would find today and this morning nearly all of them remained at home. As soon aa they are assured of re spectable treatment, however, it is stated ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 May 1909

PAGE 2 TOD ATS SPOR TING NEWS *»^&*l* ?:■'*". ..--■'■■=■■ :"' -,',^.^'r.-:.7*;-'Ti'-.'s' *■*■*■-** ■■ -.. ...* .'.v-.".--",- ■'....'--.... ■-« , -. <, .--■-■.. *.■,-.-'^ ■.:... * --------- m"' -..-..1 _^__h ub -' ■(-__■■' amm ■ ■____- - a^^m m m^ m w mrm m mT% mru ' I■ 11 \T^ - Wrw mmm I ■ TIGERS WIELD THE i IhT n^i Uulr 1111 WHITEWASH BRUSH ;'■ DEFEAT TURKS 5 TO 0 IN FINAL GAME: OP ' SERIES AT SEATTLE—BIG CROWD i OP TAOOMA FANS IN c ATTEND ANCE. -.'77 ... " :-y.:;..? --§»;;/ ": .~~ ; -. • |§| «NORTHWEST; LEAGUE • , 1 ft-i"'. Standing. i \%. Ie7 s '; ... 7 .Won Lost Pet fM Seattle 7.......11 6 .688 MM Spokane ,'...... 11 5 .688 I|§ Vancouver ...... 9 6 .600 : jpif Tacoma ..".... 6 10 .375 WS Aberdeen ..TT..; 6 10 .333 |P I Portland ".,.'.. 6 11 .313 • 1 ' ';'", SEATTLE, May 3.—With 1,000 Tacoma fans over to do the root t§j£ ing i the I Tigers . yesterday dipped the Turks in the lime water, much to the . delight of the Commence :«ment s bay • crowd, by a score of Ps6JtO!o.r-'*...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 May 1909

THINK NICHOLS WILL RESIGN UNDER FIRE SECRETARY OF- STATE MAY 1 SUBMIT RESIGNATION TO GOVERNOR. Friends of Sam H. Nichols, sec retary of state, whose official con duct in connection with the insur ance department is now under in vestigation by a legislative com-1 mittee, believe that he will veryl shortly submit his resignation to the governor. It is known that his! retirement from public life has been urgent by his advisers for several days. Great pressure has been brought ARTISTS' STUDIO SCENE OF FIERCE FIGHT WITH SNAKE BERLIN, May 3.—The studio of Professor Julius Kraut, one of Berlin's leading portrait painters, has been the scene of a thrilling battle with a snake charmer from the Caucasus, who is appearing at a local circus. She arrived at the studio with a 13-foor boa con strictor, her largest and most powerful pet. The snake became excited by the strange surroundings, and as soon as Its sparkling eyest caught a glimpse of the • place the reptile sprang from its box and attack...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 May 1909

PAOM 4, MO-n>Ar.7__--r.B v.- THE TACOMA DAILY times .vacoma's oni/y 13 _■•-__> ■▼_»* ___olSmoji I tSSSSn Sunday by tub tacoma I officei na 7jWpMPBWDBIIfT T-Mfei PU-I.tSHINU COMPANY. I COMMBRC-l ST. ■■■WSPAPICB. v-."' ] L -trtSSesd .t the T_— Wirt, PwrtsfSw m ___\ Cl— Matter. 1 TACOMA. 15_*_i*-***ls-** r"* C_P*Tl' *__ C_?*2 -7^_*~gß-»- PUnilFCs Bd-dMu Office Main TSS-AI7S3 |.AM(mthbr Carrier erMalii *r Mall eG___mt r||tlNL<S. "aitortal Dept. . Mal_ TS4-AIT33 W^_^____J____________J_ ____________! Circulation I>ept. Mala 7SB-A.T3S i;___B'_____B OBTAINS THE COMPLETE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE SUPPLIED BY THE Wp&C£"f, yrV.." . UNITED PRESS ASSOCIATIONS' LEASED WIRE. an ii a ii . c ....... Taft's Attitude K^r«;i Coincident .with', the cable news, that Roose ■.'■;', velt r had | actually , done lion hunting, with about H the average chances of being eaten, the supreme iM court > judges ■ of New York, Joseph IH. Choate, t.t. higher-up corporation lawyer, and Attorney Gen "e...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 May 1909

WEDDING TRIP BROKEN UP BY DEATH OF BRIDE (By United Press Leased Wire.) SEATTLE, May 3.— Death in terrupted the wedding trip of Mr. and Mrs. Cary Bettylion, of Salt Lake City, a few hours after they reached Seattle, and a wedding party that had intended to make an indefinite stay in this olty re turned to Utah last evening hear ing with them the body of the 'bride, who died of asthma in the Providence hospital Friday after noon. The husband, 58 years old, a retired business man of Salt Lake, is prostrated at the loss of his bride, 27 years his junior. , Mrs. Bettylion had been a suf ferer from chronic asthma for fif teen years. While Mrs. Bettylion was in a' POLICE IN PLOTS AGAINST INNOCENT LONDON, May —Liberal members of the duma have been trying for several days, according to messages from St. Petersburg, to extract a full account from the ministry of the doings of former Chief Zavaritsky of the Vladivos tok secret police, an alleged "agent provocateur" of a smaller caliber, but e...

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