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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 May 1909

tSamm -, THPRBPAV, _tAT 9 SWJm iMi.7,111,111 ;„.,ii i i.,1 m TOD ATS SPORTING NEWS iWWftWW; J4-IWT t i- .».W.- fc.l.:' •■*■ ' - --»-*'-l IMA SLAB MEN OUTCLASSED AT - SPOKANE »;■.,.,- ———; ; ■ • - ma—S&iK&k*- '- -"■'■ '"'■ -.1 ■■■;_ »-.' *'.V •" '*»£" - ■ i*. --*".-* J ffi£L*?;»,> »»,;..';::.■'.. : ~.-*;. i--'-, < I BSNORTHWEST i LEAGUE) • IJ ',W!:?V,~" •-/-:-. -;' ' - I KsS J'• - r_• ~ '-'"'' *|i •, Standing. , v . t. Jgigjfei" • ■'•'? . ;;."• Won : Lost Pet' I Seattle ....... 13 A\6 , .722 I 1 Spokane *.:*:. ,",13 , *6 .684 f »Vancouver ... 11 ''■■■-.'' 7 .611 , J Tacoma s '.Ti'i. v 7 12 .363 j \ Portland *.".."*.. 6 13 .316 i Aberdeen .... 5*12 .294 1 mm:-:~s.~A - -... •■ ... ■---, - - j>-~—-<" '-- '■ - -i Mtgg!jAiy v: .- ■' ■ y .■. .-;:.T SPOKANE, May 6., — Samuels and Ward, the .Tacoma twlrlers, .were shown up' by :Spokane yes terday, and another victory added to t the J string lof the home >, team. Samuels was pounded out of the box, and Ward ! fared j li...

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. — 6 May 1909

VENDERS OF FOOD MUST CLEAN UP HEALTH OFFICER ARMED WITH AUTHORITY TO PUT THEM OUT OF BUSINESS IF THEY DONT—LICENSE OR DINANCE IS PASSED. You may not open a restaurant, a fish market, an Ice cream par lor, an oyster house, or a milk store now without taking out a city license. There was a great splutter In the council when the ordinance came up last night. Rankin and i Lynn opposed It. Turnbull also i railed against the health depart ment wanting new ordinances passed all the time. i Dr. Sargentich declared that he . wanted the people's food supply I CITY FIXES PRICE OF WATERFRONT LOTS • Who wants to rent a waterfront lot for $40 a month. Tacoma has five of them re cently acquired from the Northern Pacific on the Middle waterway. Up to date eight concerns have ap plied for the lots and offers have ranged from $10 up to $40 a month. The council last night fixed a price of $40 a lot per month and will receive applica tions. Persons desiring to start factories will get the preference.! ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 May 1909

_W-BSg_-.£_gsw THE TACOMA DAILY TIMES ■ MftaOOMA'-ONI.Y.'I ISSUE!- BVBBT AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY BY THE TACOMA:! OmCHi r« #fm»_9_l!n»BN- -* i'-.~'..-..t,.j*»s,^tr- i> TlMt:a PDBI.I9HINO COMPANY. ' - * I COMMERCE* BY. ' jnBWarAJPB- __«—. at _>.T«e»a«, W-k, _______ ___!____ ____ _____ • ' _______ ■mi On that POT Copri »© CnUCi"A;___________-\'if DHAUFCi ■■■■"■ Offln Mala - TSS-AITM .■■ -;-a ■wrts fcr Curler or Mall Br Mall flflfflfel *' - t^lll fIV L_>. ;' »Hta»iel Dcpfc . Mat- - TM-AITS3 Hto AaTv—aa, St- Ma. >I-4> ( V—- ga.7B ;■ A^—fatr. . * Wv'»-Wi Ctowsi-tt— D.»t. Mala TM-AIT-* fl_DB 5 TIMES OBTAINS THE COMPLETE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE SUPPLIED BY THE :WmmmmsfiA^r.:A ,united PRESS associations' LEASED wire. - w-..■■•:.- '■-• BtfrNow ;Up to Cushman '''HpPlVlw declination of Judge Hughes to take the ", Kit's Now Up to Cushman j de- The declination of Judge Hughes to take the deral judgship here indicates that fate is de j -/j'termined fto make j Congressman I Cushman ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 May 1909

BIG NAVY BEST PROTECTION fix-President Roosevelt Makes Strong Plea For Bigger Navy NEW YORK, May 6.—ln the current number of the Outlook is an editorial by Colonel Roosevelt, In part as follows: "There are certain elementary principles all of which should be kept in view if a nation wishes to act justly both by Itself and oth ers. It must insist upon what Is necessary for its own healthy life, this even at the cost of a possi ble clash, but this insistence upon what is due itself should always be accompanied by all possible courtesy to and fair dealing with others. These are the principles upon which the people of the Unit ed States should act with regards to the question of immigration of Japanese into this country. The Japanese are a highly civilized people, of ' extraordinary military, artistic and industrial develop ment. They are proud, warlike and sensitive. I believe our peo ple have, what I personally cer tainly have, a profound and hearty admiration for them. But this admir...

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

>AOB 8, THURSDAY, MAT 8 g(. - y-j T.-:^-'. ». r-—- --.;- ..- *.?y.m.0.. < MAY FORGE SGffIVELT >T0 RESIGN HIS JOB /(By -United IPPres s Leased Wire.) tgigfOLYMPIA, V Ma 7 " B.—The A. fßjr United . investigation Wire.) OLYMPIA, May «.—Die legislative investigation com mittee which has been exam*:'; ;.. ining the charges against In ;; surance Commissioner Schive sM ly," today :■>■ suspended * ■ opera- V| <g| tions :''y with . the ;: expectation '". y Bs. that »"f. Schively's •; resignation A jjgs would s soon be in the gover- '. ■ nor's hands. i £-» . £vit Schively, with his attorney, George Israel, is in Portland *y* today, where he is conferring g With ii friends regarding jg the M proper course for him to pur *■-■'} sue. Schively realizes that if SB ho' does not resign,' Governor •;•; Hay will call a special session: ;pj|of^g the s legislature , for . im t - peachment proceedings. ' - u-'2;'"'-" ' ■ _" "PUGILIST ENDS LIFE. |gi£«ft^:;. -. ■ ■..:,:.*. -■ VANCOUVER, B. C...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 May 1909

ON TRIAL FOR BURGLARY Pi John Minto, who, with Andrew ft Disarbo, was arrested two months ago and charged with holding up %m John J. Duffy in his confectionary 9* store and robbing the contents of — his till, was put on trial in Judge W Easterday's court today. Disarbo §* was recently convicted by a jury I. In the same court. Both men are *. Sicilians and* Disarbo Is Bald to ■ have been leader of the Black * Hand society of the Pacific coast. riarkets Wlreat. Exportßluestem, $1.24; club, $1.14; Red, $1.09. ' Livestock. „ —Choice, 6c; common, 5 @5%. Cows, 6c; heifers, s*4c. Sheep Ewes, 6@6%c; wethers T 6V_ 7c. s A COMMISSION HOUSE ' WHOLE SALE PRICES. , BUTTERW_shi__»on cream ery, 27® 29c. BOGS—Washington ranch, 26c. - CHEESE— J 7c; Dia mond Brick, 19c;. Wisconsin full ; | cream, 18c; Oregon brick, 17c; I : Swiss (domestic), 18c; LimVurger ;'•' 19c; Block Swiss, 18c; Roque fort, lib. doc, $4.75; Edam, $9.25. FRESH FRUIT— local, , $1©1.25; Yakima, $1.50@2.25; pears, $1.11) 1.75; banan...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 May 1909

._ »J-OB 8. THURSDAY, 4 MAY '# BURNED TO DEATH I_■ 11 I i ami I_H'' I IS* I_l |Kll "■ | _jY^* 111 I '$'" ■' _^^_m \«j | *'j; | | ; NEWSPAPER ' MAN "\ RECEIVES £*& FATAL INJURIES AS RESULT l?M0F GASOLINE EXPLOSION AT COLUMBIA oi-r3ggg£ft&^ 5 v (By United Press Leased Wire.) mp^. SEATTLE, May . Richard |p Nash, 40 ? years ." old, one '; of g the i|S proprietors of the Rainier Valley |HRecord," at Coluirtbiu City, was fa- J|M tally i burned j as. the result jof J the |<|| explosionv of a f gasoline ; tank ?on ■which |he ,' was at work yesterday ??*.} afternoon. =He was taken to the §_§Seattle General hospital, where he Scdiedat'lo.o'clock;y,;:fe,,;^';\'v.; - The explosion t extinguished the I SCHOOL PRINCIPALS WILL GET RAISE _W_&'At the school board meeting yes terday 300 school teachers for next year were elected, several 1 old §f teachers were dropped and 23 new ones were given positions.J: ;;i ||ps„The' ff primary if', supervisor . was S eliminated by a vote of 3 to 2...

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

ARC YOU GOING TO MOVE ?V s tt m, tat forgot to «t»e tho Thaw witoi row mw ■«-*V—. B* «•!__ tfeto or »y <e-iph*al__ th. TI_ M ,f_ Sfl five, -ate TBS or lad. AlTta. too will he **■■*■«« of mot «5. nUnta* : a »la«le ; aopjr of raw ..***. The Tim** carrier ■: ■»•«• oaves* «h* whole c*tr a*.*l the oaaorko.'' Too eaa Al fcaro tho Tto*oo oMlrored to roar door. mo Matter where Sf ran' ■»-, 5 Jma«.«e— m______» let a* aw row maw •*.">' ■■ffi. Sroaa. t;-a,yj,*f;;s^/_».....'» ■- "yg>W ,-'.jjy;; -;rgr.^i.tf< i"tVfc.., :-,_- -~" vol. «l no. Ie MURDER AND SUICIDE NEAR OLYMPIA; DOUBLE MURDER AT DENNY STATION ■ *ftA\wmt m *■» ■*■■'•'' *fJ_ ■ I I W4\ '§pt?ls 2i%ninn - ■ ' ■ n' ■ ■ 11111 STATE SHIP I BEST IN NAVY Cruiser Washington Wins ■v World's Championship - in Cal. Target V, / 'a YY* Practice. ■ '- ,rThe '.' armored.—.cruiser i * Washington, of the Pacific . coast fleet, . this week J has j broken all records 'of the .■ world t for efficient . target <i ■', shooting at Magdalena ba...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 7 May 1909

a^!2"^_P—_^_fe_^_K _,*-L-**' fl^K V—^V'*'"* _^_T^ *»*"- *^^H ■« 'f'-.i J^^L „ %^m _■ck?'' ="** ''•' aawA " ama* '' 3 aWW tmWM "'^_^_> _***r^^ " ;>^_BB* ~* _^_t im* aw}___ _H *£ m *^^____]_______W ' _L__,__P _^H '£ l^_^_v'' :i __tf V-^H v _^_H_^_LlJ_^_r ms4l .^^^^^_^H Jf*^_M __B* IICOH GETS MAD Menae to wn a game for , I_? :>*.":•• CHANGE, - AND - LUCK •818 IN HER FAVOR BY A ["!; J«) a SCORE. , -■ ' \ A I___psw«».' May 7.At last the ■I^PilWf.twamd.agiThe 1 Tacoma I ball Mam, after being trodden up- I Foavtar a. week by « the Indians, gfgm* Sack yesterday and, with the 2 aalorty. Claflin in the box, and j with ; Jensen,' * the ! star I twirler !up I SfJMfjj tha home' team, walloped! the J Ipokane fellows to a;. complete I M Capt.* Hurley.; got mad .* at the I way things « were - going and : he [ I lambasted S the ball !c for three ! ia healthy swats. H Swain also spunk -1 pad;up and pelted the thing for a ! two-bagger and a three-bagger. So j i desperate were things that Jens...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 7 May 1909

Friday, May 7,1909 CHILD CUTS OFF SISTER'S FINGERS p^* -■-■■'*t %'-*"~:>' i ..'-'"r,;v..,_ ■" ■ ' ■ .-. • ■t. -;"■■'• ■• t . "■ POUR-YEAR-OLD ROT MAIMS A V TWENTY-MONTH-OLD BABY U WITH HATCHET. ;*;£' W'i „A"r K'A..^ —-*—-:'V ' '(Br United Press Leased Wire.) '3 CASTLE ROCK, May 7.While * playing with a hatchet the 4-year - old son of a man named Couch, a $« squatter 'on unsurveyed land: ln the Mount St. Helens district, 3| about forty miles east of this city, ~ chopped off; two fingers of the I right hand of c his 20-ononth-old | sister, and injured the third digit so badly that It had to be sewed up in order to save it. ' E' The c third and fourth . fingers were completed amputated. SHIP TRYING OUT Hiiiii ': (By United Press Leased Wire.) SEATTLE!, May —Unusual ' Interest attaches to .' the present [voyage of the United States army transport Dix, which Is . due at Honolulu the latter part of next week and which Is expected to ar rive in Seattle about May 29. Be fore leaving the ...

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

__WmfE TACOMA DAILY TIMES • M__^__*iiiii ■—i m -,ia<PMD TMMT AJTMMWOQ- JaXCT-T? SPBIPAT ""~ TE» TAOOMA''\' 9._g?__!L _g*__ uitnut btibt ArrnKoos bicspt ivndat bi tbi tacoma \ orricsii tss mnrnm •Samn publishing comtaiuc \ coinomem ant. nPRtrAPan »*l-nl at «-* ****■»■. Wa-ETPeatetaea — SaaaaJ CJaaa Mattes. \ TAOOMA. ISni «M Mta Owri M Onl* DMINbIFC* »•--»■• Ofcßaa Mala TSS-AITSB ': Q*Trt*l ■» lffTlll ~T -T-- gUSW rHlWir>. B*ltnM DM, .-It* «-"■' t 'iw S ■" " " "' " ' 111, ■■ . iii — ! c*u nan OBTAINS'- not I COMPLETE telegraphic news SERVICE SUPPLIED BY j the * |-¥ia_^®&pSS3S% UNITED PRESS ASSOCIATIONS' LEASED WIRE. y'AA^-- A^A.'-A^. V ■ Tariff Barriers and the 4 I La: Aeroplane **r v.; • ',:; «aw* wl»«l*«*W .ti(.i""?'i'" i f>< ■ Once In 1 a while the legislative muckraker ] Stags aad looks up from the squalid heap .which " l narrow -talon and sordid craft Jls Catherine fl|.f £*** little pile*. Occasionally one of these mem- HHI ~lmb I oar j national| legislative body/...

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

a Trlday, May 7,1909 :i *■*&.—^^^*.'w-a*aaa_i aa_r !£,V*-i' aa SBBBBSSaS tA'AA\ aa *a . '^''^a' "^a *" BRUTE ATTACKS 61 SrOUMO : CALIFORNIA WOMAN > VICTIM OF • FIEND—POSSES V now OH trail. a.a .... -i'> v . V ■ ;» [(By United Press Leased Wire.) . COLLEGE PARK, Cal., May 7. «—'Wearied by their all night man . hunt for the fiend who brutally at tacked Miss Minnie Withrow, the attractive 20-year-old daughter of one of the most prominent famil ies of this community, the band of deputies from the county sher iff's office and young men of this place, today gave over the search to fresh posses,'who are scouring every foot of country .for miles around.: ■■ ' .' Miss Wlnthrow, who Is a form . er student of the University of the Pacific, was walking from ■'. her home to Santa Clara late yester " day. .While passing a grain field she was attacked and gagged with a handkerch'ef. She was dragged into - the flell after a desperate struggle with her assailant. An hour later she st tumbl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 7 May 1909

PAGE 6 UY HAVE ELOPED &l Mini. Bonnie Martin. 16-year-old daughter of M. and Mrs. D. Miles Martlk, 626 '*; South x Anderson street, suddenly disappeared Wed- S£ nesday night ; and is believed ■by ishar parent* to have eloped with a »Mfi»ng,' actor .' of the * Pantages elr iait.y;»' Miss; Martin, who has now Adopted the naem of Helen Leigh, s«fcad fc; constant', trouble 'with S her Barents, who wished to curt) her .•Mires ito ? go &on ,• the - streets | at night, ': and * her leave-taking came ■'jjjK'in'Al result i of ;parental quarrels. Hill ' ■ ■W ' : FOOD [RUST IS BEING PROBED g,iV4 f . S ji W! -,. :vW1 ,i ( ..»- w *,t ; - lv .. *__v.^^v jTP" -_Q™IJ!J ff ?ALLEGED GROCERS' t - COMBIN ATION DISCUSSED |BY THE §fGRAND E? JURY—WILL A NOT FINISH THIS WEEK.- •Y<';'** From | the s volume of evidence j yet; to Ibe taken, it !Is hardly prob able I that the grand jury will ad ijourn i. until the , middle of; next neew. A The jurors ; admit, that all j the J evidence jis not > I...

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

yriday, May 7,1909 REAL ESTATE WWtIM * PROPERTY—TAO ANT ' LOTS - BOMBS - ACRBAOB , |#io fio tio »io tio fio '.fio "YYfio ''-*'• S*"> fit) fit) flu fiO fio flO flO * I g |si 4»; '-. ::A_\l____*''*__jsC__%*'_\.-_T\' ' '' ■ ■ ■ ■■ •- »! | What $10 a Month ' Will Do ! i) .'"'./ • ■ ;:'.';'*-Y "}. ' "l.h. _, '' 0 :-/ This small . monthly., payment secures a lot i.O . one mile from the business center. Don't go „.«**Y.V' away out in the woods; It Isn't necessary. * * v^V -'See me at once and you will be surprised . ■ °. _» ' ' ',_.-'• at the unquestionable bargain lam offering £**?, '.' >' ;. you on V': — s § Ainsworth Avenue, . k Near 17th ■v ;, ■ - * Abstract and warranty deed; all assess- 9 y. ■ ments paid/ sewers, water, grading, etc. o f Hobt. 6. Walker S c .-; £ . \ . 206 Equitable Building -m Main 531 Telephones A 1531 . S Jo - . ": ! » -■■ .' m % '- ■ " ■ . • © :f© • :\a\'' 01* OT* 01* OT* OT* 01* OT* 01$) *.*;.;..•. Watch for Opening of Madrona Park •. E. F. GREGORY A CO., ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 7 May 1909

MORE STATE OFFICES MAY BE PROBED 5rV~V\ L . At l, -a *"*^ _M 9m_\ _M B _ _*L ' *fl * "*'' m\ H H ""' - I'■ *" H 1 ■ Wt _l I _— fc' ** *_! I ■ -* "*"-"^ *-'*- '* I SENSATIONS EXPECTED TA TEE CAPITA!,— GATION | COMMITTEE »AD JOURNS UNTIL WEDNESDAY. P_" *_•**•• Press: Leaned Wire. nCPIA, May 7.—The Inves i Blttee got tired wait aTlße for Insurance ■ Commissioner Italy to return from I Portland %SM adjoarned last night until !f B*tt Wednesday. .; Schively sent iwird by telephone that ihe j would ' iin Olympia again today. ;He k*e given no 1 intimation of an ln itlon to resign, however, and the committee ill <. probably \ await | a "definite answer as to his Intentions Q Before making its final report. rr-- If Schively ;, refuses to ( quit, | a .: special session of , the legislature Will probably be called and he will ; ft* tried and fousted;.^j%,^ '•■;" 'J AC Senator shback. and { Assistant Attorney General Lee are formu lating the evidence. -:i-''>l. >i More Investigations? T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 8 May 1909

Page 4 Every Day Offers Some Interesting Articles for the "ft. ,~.y^y~. ■'■■:-'■■" tXt -"" '".I_'' ■-I-" Women Readers iiwmcD ivcaUcis VOL. 6. NO. 117 GRAND JURY WINDS UP WORK AND RENDERS ITS REPORT EX-GOVERNOR MEAD TO FACE INVESTIGATION MORESENSATIQNS PROM SED BY PROBERS Former Executive and Ex-Treasurer Mills flust Explain Ir regularities (By United Press Leased Wire.) OLYMPIA, May B.—As the re sult of recent exposures of Irregu larities in state offices, a campaign of investigation has been started, which is today expected to include nearly every official at the capitol and soem of those whose terms of office has expired. At the present time the plans of the legislative committee, made public today, Includes within Its scope an investigation of former Governor Albert E. Mead, former State Treasurer George D. Mills, son-in-law of Judge M. J. Gordon of Tacoma, and C. -W. Claussen, present state auditor. The proposed Investigation of Mead and Mills is the outcome of a cursory examin...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 8 May 1909

Kto3S^Sst^SSStM5?«3*««iMwCT ■j-.-a ■***.•****■ ■*-ahl- :w*.. wyee^^W J___________________-__^___^ _ *--*■**■* ■.^■^w,y"^^-f# ";'"■ •■-tj TODAY'S SPORTING . NEWS 22——«—BB*lhiiwrfrfll3«»W».-jKt<-'-.«.-.«.,:V^-i/- -.•.■.,';■,: „:»ist ; i.:..l»>'"';*-i'*l^''..-'-'--^; . ' . ———————————————' IpA; BACK II HHtIGE-i!MI^ Bl BACK IN CELLAR iffißE v j WEST LEAGUE. : _B|__i^mSUadlei^^^^ .i mm's. ** Won Lost Pet , __-_»_**••••• 14 ■"-■-« .700 . ttfc•settle ••••...is c .<uo. IS |:N|»_aneir;v;vl4 '.:'.;.7^' .667 •if Vancouver ... 11 fA 9 J .550 , k$ Taooma ..... 8 18 .380 m Portland .... 8 18 .380 m Aberdeen .... 6 18 .315 SE4 —— : -i flHßKßraiinfcaAwJjA)''' ! 'A .':-' .•/: „-■ HPSPOKANE, May B.—Tacoma's § victory of Thursday was only a • spasm; and the Tigers lapsed back Into their p cellar gait yesterday. Si!Oolns was pounded all over the IS tot and the Tacoma players showed §| ability neither to hit nor field the ball. The team Is thoroughly out- M classed. 1 ; The j only score for the...

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

U. P. WILL BUILD FARTHER NORTH -J* HARRIMAN ANNOUNCES THAT y: HE WILL FIGHT FOR HILL '_ BUSINESS ABOVE SEATTLE. The Oregon & Washington rail • I way, building Into Tacoma to con nect this city and Portland, will •be extended north from Seattle to • take In Belllngham, Everett and ■ Blame and may even go into Brit ■•'■ ish Columbia. Harriman Is going after Hill business in earnest and the an nouncement was officially made by DOGS OR NO DOGS?--THAT'S THE QUESTION; DEBATE WILL SETTLE IT * If dogs . had suffragette organi sations there would be a mighty demonstration against the propos ed dog ordinance that Assistant City Attorney Is Incubating, for it proposed to kill only female dogs that run at large. The Kennel club, however, Is to the rescue. Vice President Bei melster has made arrangements for a hearing for the club mid the attorney will give it audience next week to show why the dog shou d live and roam. CITY EMPLOYEES TAKE TO WATER BUILDING 80 MANY BOATS THEY WILL SOON BE AB...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 8 May 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 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 8 May 1909

_^^_9MT^ ':.,;..;^;'s*l.*'f;:,:<^'Si\.;' J^»'*' J| 0l^ m __ ISH-B B&. _Vvv*«Hg/U! _—B KH '4i AT THE TACOMA "BLACK PATTI" TOMORROW, "The Blackville Strollers," a two-act musical comedy in which the Black Pattl Musical Comedy company will appear at the Taco ma theater tomorrow night, Is the , largest colored musical show on the stage, today. The company numbers forty people, Including the original Black Pattl (Slssier etta Jones), Tim Owsley, Billy Young, Will Cooke, Sarah Vene ble, Jeanette Murphy, Sarah Green, Anthony Byrd, and a chor us of trained voices. GOOD ATTRACTION COMING Among the many excellent at tractions coming to the Tacoma this season are John Drew, Ethel Barrymore, Nat 'Goodwin, Otis Skinner, Marie Doro, Henry W. Savage's "Merry Widow," and Henry Miller's magnificent pro • duction of the big drama success "The Servant in the House." OTIS SKINNER COMING 1 It Is announced that Otis Skin ner will appear at the Tacoma soon with his new- play, '"The Honor of the Fam...

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