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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 May 1909

PAGE e.MOW>AY. MAT.St BRANDENBURG WINS FIRST ROUND IN FIGHT FOR HIS LIBERTY (By United Press Leased Wire.) HM SAN i\ FRANCISCO, : May' 3.— i: Carrying | out .his threat to ; fight € extradition to New York, where fe he Is wanted on a charge of forg oing the posthumous Cleveland "J letters, ; Brough ton ' Brandenburg a today .' secured I a writ; of habeas 'if corpus returnable next Monday. *£The writ was issued by Judge Ca bannls. feifi Brandenburg secured .the writ upon I the . representation that, he *v being held In prison here \Z without cause, no complaint hav ing been filed against him In San Francisco. When the . case 'is called for hearing Monday. Bran -3-f denburg will be compelled to show cause why he should not be held prisoner. -elf he falls In this he will ibe .turned over 'to Detective Fitzsimmons who : today secured Governor Gllett's signature to H requisition papers Issued for w Brandenburg in New York. NEW SYSTEM FOR SINKING FUND ;,;-Chairman Rankin, the new head ...

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. — 3 May 1909

PRIEST AND METHODIST STAY '. (By United Press Leased Wire.) Aid, OTHERS QUIT THE BTRKX * ITOUS JOB AT WALLACE, IOAHO, AND SEEK EASIER i FIELDS. WALLACE, Idaho, May 3.—The strenuous duties of a pastorate in 'Wallace has resulted in leaving three Hocks without shepherds. The last to leave the field was Rev. Allen Mcßae of the Baptist church, who preached his last (ser mon Sunday evening. Pastors of the Congregational and Episcopal churches left several weeks ago. The only preachers on the job In Wallace are Rev. Father Beck er, of the Catholic church, and Rev. C. W. Williams, pastor of the (Methodist church. Ministers' salaries in Wallace •re as large as anywhere In the Northwest but the pace seems to ibe too fast for the do mines. Be sides attending to the usual pas toral duties Wallace preachers are expected to look after the floating population, which Is a feature of every mining country, and few of them have been equal to the task. TUNNEL OPEN TO 0. STREET The U. p. tunnel now pre...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 May 1909

PAGE 9, MONDAY, MAT 8 TWO MEN FALL IN PITCHED BATTLE 1 WITH PIRATES (By United Press Teased Wire.) RICHMOND, Cal., May 3.—Two " men fell, one of them fatally; the other seriously wounded, in a bat tle between \ five bay pirates ' and if an armed - posse !of .-• Wlnehaven, Rear here, 1 yesterday. ': : #MThe i battle - started when Fire |f 'Chief.', Charles . Mahnkee was shot down after he had discovered the i? pirates : stealing casks of wine on the ' waterfront. - SSThe; shooting . of. Mahnkee was witnessed by an employee of a re finery nearby. When the chief Si fell this man summoned his fel- Klow workers who hastily armed K|themselves and set out In pursuit Kef i the ", fleeing pirates.'.' SBSiTwo i of, the; pirates made their KAYS EXPENSES OE 50 STRANDED PEOPLE COLLEGE PROFESSOR WILL fiSTRY.TO GET HIS MONEY TRY TO GET HIS MONEY Si BACK FROM THE RAILROAD. Ipf PULLMAN, Wash., May 3.An j|j Indignant crowd of Colfax and ;\JMoscow people were stranded In SB Pullman last - night owing ...

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

Page 4 E?ery Day Offers Some Interesting Articles for the Women Readers VOL. 6. NO. 114 SENSATION IN STOCK MARKET Railway Securities Hit High Record Mark as Result of Court Ruling. (By United, Press Leased Wire.) NEW YORK. May 4. —Record marks were hit in a sensational rise of railroad stocks in Wall street today. Believing that the caluse of the Sherman act preventing combina tions will be practically nullified If the decision of the United States supreme court in upholding the commodities clause of the Hep burn rate law is logically follow ed, bull leaders in the market sent ralroad stocks skyward. • Several of the most prominent bull leaders intimate that they bad sound legal advice upon which to base this belief. Railroad magnates are general ly satisfied with the supreme court's decision. Discussing the matter today President Baer, of the Reading road, said: "Generally speaking the decis ion is satisfactory to the coal road*. . The results should be gratifying as the court expl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 4 May 1909

MOB ft TRHWAY, MAT 4 f-.v^^^^V"'^^^tiV.. .i>i£--..j....'i"E' -.-•:■"■' •'>'•!,- i •:''■.«,„ -- ■.'■,,...■■-»■;■' .■. .„•*»■»>.»**?*■"« ..»,..»"-. >. , MRS TROUNCE INDIANS HSal)cSn4U''- V".'rF'*^*^*'.-*'-."^*-'-'^'''" «^'-v« f.-- ■■■i,A i-t>"''"' '*' x;T ■>'' ■ ■*'■'""•'■ I-"' IN THE fIRST GAME ii^i''>- _— , .1 ' ' i gag — H %£* NORTHWEST LEAGUE. f-'A; Standing. p&.*■<■'•- Won Lost Pet «g. Seattle ;;V.;--11-;;:5^ .706 §§ Spokane ;\... ,\ 11 .-■:.-- «, i .646 M Vancouver ... 9 7 .662 m Tacoma «..'...• 7. 10 .412 1 Portland .... « 11 .353 . || Aberdeen .... 5 11 ,312 A^);:\;:: ''^ '\-'/-;- ——A SPOKANE, May 4.' — Tacoma stArted I with % victory here yester day, but the local fame claim It was helped ( mightily lby a poor decis ion at Johnny Bender, who with Rastns Wright, was officiating as umpire to the absence of a regu lar. Johnny called a hard swat -by Burnett « a foul. *: It probably would I not I have ! counted | anyway as Claflln held the Indians down,...

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

ENGINEER CRUSHED TO DEATH UNDER WRECK (By United Press Leased Wire.) brake, and was crushed under the EVERETT, May 4. C. B. Na- wreckage of the first two or three Z . n.„„. vT^^vlU, , ,„ box cars, which were piled up in varra, a Great Northern locomo- the d , tch . Flreman Lar6on jump tive engineer, was killed In aed from the other side of the lo freight wreck near Skyhomish yes- comotive and escaped uninjured, terday, when his train, which was Mr. Navarre was single, 26 years running as a westbound extra, old, and resided In Everett. He plunged Into a gap in the track was the sole support of a widowed left by section men who were re- mother at Spokane, placing old rails with new ones. The latest report received here The englneeer fell when he Is that the track cannot be cleared Jumped, after using the emergency until tomorrow forenoon. LACK OF WATER PRESSURE CAUSES MUCH UNEASINESS The first burst of warm sun shine in Tacoma brought out the garden hose and it also cut down the water...

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

l«»aVCa» 4. TTJaoaPAT, : MAT 4, newt 'i Ji » .' . ' THE TACOMA DAILY TIMES HJFAGOMA'S ONLY I ISSUED EVUBf APTHRNOON HXCKPT SUNDAY BY THE TACOMA I OFFICE l TSS i PIDBPDNDEN* .-' . - TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. 1 CeHMBROB ST. PfiaaWarAJTOß *.-.-« ) ? ■aearcd at tap Ta—a. Waafc, Paetofßee as Secoad Ctaao Matte*. J TAOOMA. twin i i i > in i • * __ »B««eot Oae CP" Cosyi *£ Crate sO»99**^ ' PHflllFCa ■■"••■*■" Office MaTa" _TS3-AITSS -fee, Beat* ay Carrier or Mull) By Ball «lfflMM| I fIUIIEaS. auditorial Deat. .Mala TS4-AITSS A%m Adraacc. Six Me. SLSOi Year SS.TB * " Wlttfl Olrcaletlea Drl. Mala 7SS-AIT3S THE 5 TIMES OBTAINS THE (COMPLETE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE SUPPLIED BY THE fka«gKb^!^ UNITED PRESS ASSOCIATIONS' LEASED WIRE. • a |J" i .-i " I ■ . m The Market Is Here to Stay I'pH**; Seattle pays 9190 a. month for market mas feg ters I and built the: market' sheds so the people -^could I have *a ' public "> market. : In Tacoma the V f truck | growers < built their own sheds, pay...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 4 May 1909

BIG SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION OPENS IN TACOMA TODAY The most enthusiastic Sunday School convention ever held in the state of Washington assembled at the First Christian church this morning for the first session of the Western! Washington associa tion. Prominent Sunday school work ers from this and other states are present and the program outlined is one from which much help is expected by the workers In this important branch of life. Dele gates present at the sessions to day indicate that a total attend ance before the close of the meet ings Thursday will reach over 1,000. Some very interesting papers and talks were given on various phases of Sunday school work this morning and in addition to the regular convention there was an elementary conference. Parade Big Feature. The big feature of today, how ever, Is the parade, which formed at 2:30 this afternoon and moved down the street shortly after 3 o'clock. Five divisions were or ganized on C and Commerce streets. Every little child wa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 4 May 1909

_ TAOB 9, TfJEBDAV, MAY 4 ; ' JAILED FOR SLAYING fll r I m h flin.fi nILLU IUN uLmlllU KIDNAPED BOY (By United Press Leased Wire.) MfeiraW YORK, May 4.—Two i men .believed by the police to he Impli g cated la the kidnaping and death of 9 aeven-year-old .. - Autonlo Malfll, ; are held by the Brooklyn police to if day. The lad disappeared from hi. •home ' March. 14 : and several . day. ": later two men called on Mrs. Mal -1 tettt - and ! asked If she I Intended to • after Ia I reward for the * retnra of her no»W~J--.fc"^ -.■'■■ -"? * ■ "•',•»*! The following day the body of the bay mi fonnd floating In the river felt.l. thought by the poller that the .1 kidnaper*,. upon " learning that >no 1 nun woold be paid, killed the boy § and •; threw hi. . body Into the river. The two suspect, were arrested by >> detective, near the Malfettl home. WHEAT SORES AGAIN ■, T";-. ••-.■.;.-.- - - ■. „.:..■ •, (By United Press Leased Wire.) §Bl CHICAGO, May 4. — The wheat market today went with...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 4 May 1909

REAL ESTATE BUSINESS PROPERTY—VACANT LOTS — HOMES — ACREAGE ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A HOME? We Have the Largest List of Modern Homes in City HERE ARE! A FEW 14,2000n So. O st., near 12th st. oar lino, 8-room house, with all the modern conveniences, such as concrete basement, laundry tray, furnace, electricity and gas chandeliers, electric switches In ev r„ r0._ m _ •*•_ wa, lkln« distance from down town business sec tion; $500 cash, balance to suit purchaser. $3,750—0n So. Yakima ay.. 10-room house and 8 full lots In garden and iruit, large rooms with every modern convenience; electrlo chandeliers and .witches, large closets, portch on three .ides. also rear porch, stable In rear. Only $500 cash. $1,500 —On No. S4*h St., 8-room house and 2 fine lot.. 4 feet above grade, In lawn, lots of fruit trees In bearing; a most attract ive home; $300 oash, balance $100 quarterly. $3,260 — house and 2 lots In the 6th ay. district, near Cedar. This 1. a first class property, modern In construction, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 4 May 1909

pfAt3H 8, TUESDAY, MAY 4 LITTLE BROWN MEN TO MAKE TACOMA'S MEMORIAL DAY A RECORD BREAKER ijSr •"nJ * "*« •* "v* *..>•■.-. .7- -.. ... f.: Tacoma will have the distinction: Of « being ; the ' first - city t in ,; the -world ito \ celebrate Memorial 1 day with; a parade .in which I regulars I from! a. foreign, army i will partici pate side by Bide with regulars of -Uncle Sam.•;:.■'■-"":'--'.- ".•■ '"" -A: The .coming. of ■-' the '• Japanese \ fleet |to , this city the week end ing with May 29 will give oppor tunity for this occasion and Taco ' ma < will j celebrate { Decoration day •one'day earlier, as the usual date 'comes Sunday. '-'j*;-'/,. •-.'>■■ : ! The committee on arrangements -met last night and fixed commit tees and details of the week. Rail -1 ways will be asked to run special 'excursions all week'and it Is ex pected May 29 will be a bigger J day than fleet celebration day last lyaar.'-r-*.";- ■V-t' 1- ■■ ■ ■ '-.■■-■ ■'. REPORTER IS SHOT DOWN IN DESPERATE FIGHT WIT...

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

—- -*.—--- avwwwwa _k. _. __ _. __ 4_/%r_ »WW_-1 - sa-eeilla \_l TaTt-H "'£ '*! :T^"tfi-l?A^lr'f,;^_\_r\f\o KMRHSOX HOVOH SAYS IT DOESN'T; ADVISE IS TO GET A NKW ONE AND CHUCK TIIK LfUabitj IHt «pl«ooZ«ZbO weather DUKtiAU lYiAivt viUlJl/ • oi_on«inih_a-hh_»p. ,'1.1:™^)..!..!:.*.'^™.,, T^ ™«.n-M. i/V/LllJ I lIC tpleDQ-£ 9 _rfUU VY _Ul/\ I riEl-A DUIVLnU ITIriIVJZi \J\J\JmJ • WHAT DID THIS SHOW? VOVU.B_ INTERESTED IN THISFEATVRE ON PACK -TODAY. .£-v. .--".. -■ -.'"* -■ :' ..•■■'■-- '.i / - - J ■-- ■--•'■' .■ ■ .■■-..• .. -.• -'•'. _- __-__^_ »- " '' " _:*_l__________l__!___——____——_—_______________—________________________________________■——^■——■■—■i——i Page 4 Every Day Offers Some Interesting Articles for tho Women Readers VOX,. 9. NO. 115 EX-ADJUTANT GENERAL IS ARRESTED FOR EMBEZZLEMENT (GRAFTERS I SENT TO ■ PRISON Sentences Passed on Six Men Oonvicted in the Pittsburg Boodling Cases. (By United Press Leased Wire.) PITTSBURG, Pa., May s.—Sen tences were passed today on W. W. Ramsey,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 May 1909

■ 'M T i _faS@NAB_&§P@KTS IKE BUTLER IS HIT HARD BY INDIANS • > f NORTHWEST LEAGUE.' ; ;Y I k?r^; B i___in;. ■. Standing. ft 'fe^S:-',- • . Won.' Lost Pet S Seattle ..-12: 5 .706 |§ Spokane .... rl2 6 .667 |§ Vancouver ... -10 !- - 7 .583 m. )Tacoma?'.r..". 7 11 .389 M Portland .... 6 12 .333 «i Aberdeen.... 5;. 11 .313 i s*Y Y';YY/,' .■■-4 -- 4 rSt; SPOKANE, .* May , B.—Spokane ''Jumped on Mr. Butler, the much touted "Old : Reliable" slab artist of the Tigers, and won the contest yesterday ; In' the first inning. <■: jsJ*Sft.Wit_', the game already lost to Tacoma }In .• the '. eighth Inning, a row I started i over a poor decision of Umpire Wright in calling Cart wright i out :on strikes on a plain : •foul, which | Ostdiok | did I not even catch. It was so raw Bill Hurley A was ■ about to [ call, the Tigers ■ off I the field when Bill was eliminated Iby I the I edict \ of, the < umpire and then things settled down. Score: I^MAAA -..■:■'•■■ .;■.-.- R H E Spokane .... 5 9...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 May 1909

ELECTRO DENTAL PARLORS DR. R. LYBROOK SHANKLIN, Manager Iff, ; . ,;';■ m _; ; , Ours is a practice built from an honest effort to render a competent and careful dental service at a reasonable cost. An office, splendid in its appointments; provided with every modern convienience, and kept scrupulously clean and sanitary. The ambition to care for your teeth well excludes from our practice the really worthless and cheap dental operation and in its stead we offer you an expert attention and a lasting and satisfactory result. »s_^bssssss**^sMsb*__m_________bm_____h___n : ______ f ____W* - v^^^s^^__^ Crown and l^w Graduate «wOT^WS«___H__r %*.^»%«%*»i^ \rW* * WW Bridge Work I^y Specialists Is the Modern __________¥£______. In Each Form of Tooth J^^H_-___________ De P artment Replacement _________\a___am ____________________W^_Y Full Plates, * t0 fl IWS_B __l As a substitute for the teeth ■^^^^■■^B Gold Crowns, . $5.00 and $6.00 provided by nature there nothing as satisfactory, noth- Porcel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 May 1909

M _____ 4, <W-MI-*M>AT, MAT - THE TACOMA DAILY TIMES ff»_*imA»_Ol«_Ys|-r ISitJßtt BTBRT AFXERWOOIV BXCBPT SUNDAY BY TUB TACOMA I OFFICEi 7«S $A> lin_railD(llT. [-^ -.... .sis SsSg'rc^ gv^. «... »...- I COMMKRCB ST. ]rMSmrarjkram',- j wmtm** ■ttfc.T_s.m_. wut, r—t.«i— — s^— a cv». vmtt—. [ tacoma. 7_E^~^£V:E.\V«".n «*g_a_fr PHONES' Er;:-, o££._::: t&a.tS .Ss A_i__££ SI-mX »l»Q| Y«.r »».TB '^S3S_»^ Pr * ■■VIH-tfe Cto—l.U.. Pe»t. M.I. T«3-AIT»3 '"" "HI THUS 'OBTAINS THE COMPLETE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE SUPPLIED BY THE mm^^k^^^x-^.VKtXSD PRESS ASSOCIATIONS'LEASED WIRE. Let Us Pay These Bonds 81pffi$|T-iß' feature of " frensled; finance by which IB Tacoma issues bonds with no provision made for llf their i payment,; should atop. ? .--.,■.■'-•;■■:■> •«"•> " -r fiffilses&The I bonded debt of- the city la ; now about - 14,000,000. This means an expenditure of over ■ 200,000 a year simply for Interest, and no pro : ■ vision j has been made, for >' ever I reducing t...

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

WIND IS CAUSE OF MANY FIRES Yesterday's high wind was the 1 cause of several small fires about the city, and, although the toss in each case was nominal, valuable property was endangered and nearly destroyed. The most dan -1 gerous of the blazes was a slab fire that started in the unused I lumber yard of the Old Tidewater mill, near the Interurban bridge. The fire was noticed about 3:30 o'clock In the afternoon, and en gine company No. 4ewas sent to the scene. Several piles of slabs were burning vigorously, and the high wind was Increasing the (blaze each moment. The firemen labored six hours on the blaze be fore It was finally extinguished. Several sparks were blown Into the mill of the Peterman sash and door factory, and grave fears were entertained . for the mill. The fire commenced burning again this morning, but was speedily put out. The damage will be slight. FESTIVAL OF MUSIC PLANNED FOR TACOMA A festival of music, to be held in Tacoma next spring In connec tion with the 1910...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 May 1909

w»AO» I •.tW-PNBBPAY.^ MATZdW DANGERS THAT LURK msm BOYS CLUBS illU-V.! H. B. HBWDLEY ?< TELLS mm SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVEN- SnONWHAI SOME OP THEM wskAMB?. •■:- i •."-,: - - - -: •, BSygg;'.'.',-' ■:■', • ■ jpalThe i auditorium 'of the First y| Christian ■ church was comfortably filled at the ■ second day's ses m sion »of the Western Washington Hf Sunday Schools' association this Tif> morning. The session was one of the most successful of the conven tion. §§p£The; principal... speaker this If, morning > was Rev. H. B. Hend s| ley, . pastor of ; Plymouth Congre gational -■ church, Tacoma. Rev. || Hendley delivered , a powerful | ad p; dress on the value and dangers of isd boys' clubs, and the ;■ large aud ience was visibly impressed. fpPEfr Professor E. C. Knapp spoke l! briefly > upon 5-"The Big Boy and How tol Deal With , Him," . vividly producingi the . reasons that boys _ shirk Sunday school and the man ners in which they can be brought back to the fold. , fpti During <...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 May 1909

F-i - !■■__ •' REAL ESTATE 1 $1,800 For 6-room house, with 4 lots, with plenty of bearing fruit trees, one block off car line, In Hosmer's p addition. This is good to investi gate if you want a home, $300 For 10 Acres On Eatonvllle road, 3 miles from R.-nnawpv. >•> mile from railroad, partly cleared) and fenced, with small house, near school house. Im proved land adjoining;. J. A. HIV'I'KHMUTB A lino. 306 Berlin Bldg. Tacoma WEST SIDE TRACTS containing J/i acre each. Price $175, $10 down, $5 monthly TONY I I H. Mill Corner 19th and Proctor (South) 12 LOTS I On South 56th street in South Ta coma. These lots are on a good corner, are high and sightly. The water main is In. This Is an Ideal spot for a nice home or for a specu lation. $1,650 on Terms JESSE O. THOMAS, JR. 1005 A St FOR SALES BY OWNERNow 4 room cottage and 2 lots; cheap, 3807 East 1 St., McKlnley Park. A Snap in Lots Two corner lots 60x147 feet, at North 27th and Mullen sts., tor $500; % cash. Two corner lots at Nor...

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

BSm*™aißSKlW.¥-<r-.?'.xyji\--t *i'-'.-:-«"«.-"«",%«!» * PAGE 8, WEDNESDAY, s MAY 5 \ {Svmntr.fc»_V_i,l TWm _~_ _Tjwt¥™^*^&'*:K*i':vZ CITY PAYROLL 1 GOING SKYWARD jM&?m?AA..A-.' 1.1 . - ■■■■: „-■■■■■..'- .... - :■..'-,-. . ■>..-,........- ■ f DEMANDS ION TREASURY IN ;g;i CREASING WHILE , - RELA TIVES * ' OP t~* COUNCILMEN t||| BOLD FAT JOBS. . §P§ City employes ■ walked off with ••; 157,206.10 today, the amount of the April payroll. Q The payroll Is * climbing right along and promises to be 50 per cent more than a year p •go before this year passes.'. K There . Is {not Just , the highest 1 degree| of satisfaction In the city B hall tin \ all _ the offices over the way things are going. SfefClty," Controller -J*.' Meads asked ■ Several * months ago » for an In j crease In the pay of his men but they were turned > down ■by the |f council. City Treasurer Freeland will have a letter ;to ; the council !S tonight asking that his men get *;' : more * money. He has an array ...

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

V ARE YOU GOING TO : MOVE ? If so, don't forget to at- e th- Tl*n carrier your new addreaa. By (tolas <■'■ or by telephoning the Tinea of fice. Main 7SS or lad. AITSS, you will be aamured of not —ilsalas a single copy of your paper. The Times carrier ■yatem rovers the whole city and the suburbs. Yon can hare the Tinea delivered to your door, no matter where you move. Just n-niriiiM r to let as know your new nd» dress. ■ '. ' - - VOL. 6. NO. 115 PEOPLE WIN - MARKET WAR » ■! ■■■—■Ml ,■■-■« Fight for Retention of Public Enter prise Is Crowned With Success in Council Meeting .- Grocery Trust Forces Are Routed RESOLUTIONS OF CENTRAL LABOR COUNCIL. Whereas, An organization known aa the Retail Grocers' association of Tacoma is seeking to destroy the public market, thereby depriving the public of opportunity to buy their pro duce from the farmer; therefore, be it Resolved, That we request the people of Tacoma to arouse themselves and protect this public institution, known as the public m...

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