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

■ *x-— . -- ■- — I pairy^liutallf __rfs_. SSWhS* ■^•ETW»^l£w_ 9¥"K7*! - _ '' I Local Dairy Installs Ice Plant The Royal Dairy., are having In stituted a 6-ton capacity Ice plant and other . cold ' storage ; apparatus, making it one of the most modern and best equipped [ dairy, plants on ' the coast. There i will |be practi cally no limit ;to l their ? ice ; cream capacity. The ' rapidly I increasing popularity of the Royal Dairy Ice Cream lias made this improvement oeceseary as { the • old ■ system' was not even adequate jto • cope with the present f demand. But £ with the new i apparatus; cream ! can " be kept ln the storage at a tempera tuie of 10 1 degrees .. foelow j zero, which will not only Improve it but add very much to , Its supc-Mor *unHty. :aa .. s \ "yy-'A'-'"':.,.:***' TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY „"~" yg'grj-yi.i.oaT.yii-? ■;'-.:.: ■„ \ y LOST—Between 10 and, 11 a , m., Jt&ea* lady's * gold i open : face watch, ? El ffifjin is movement, with diamond -set. '/• .Return to 90...

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. — 8 May 1909

-»AGg~ 7, SATURDAY, MAY 8 REAL ESTATE BUSINESS PROPERTY—TACANT LOTS — BOMBS — ACKBAOB *10 $10 V 910 flO 910 910 910 910 « c I 5 Positively the * I Last Call! : © 0 Once more and for the last time I offer the {{. greatest bargain ever put before a buying « public. Imagine securing a lot one mile © from the business center for $10 a month S payment-! Rouse yourself! _ * - -' _ Ainswortb Avenue, , Near 17th ss fl Abstract and warranty deed; all assess- '. • ■ ments paid, sewers, water, grading, etc. o 1 Robt. 6. Walker 8 Robt. 6. Walker s © 5. 206 Equitable Building , « Main 531 Telephones A 1531 © © —» 4* •* . S :• : ° © at ' OT* OT* OTt OT* OTt OTt OTt OTt m ■■ - *■■-■ hi ■■■ —an ■■ ill . , „...- , ■■ ■ Gove Street $1,100 corner (60x120) very fine water view, faces east.' ail street improvements, close to car line. $1,200 —Three fine lots (76x120) facing east on Gove, only one block from Sherman school, nil street Improvements paid. $1,300 —A corner (85x120) on car line, fair view of...

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

_fA&B », SATURDAY, MAY I 8 EL RUSIT SUGAR AUD LEGISLATION KBy United ! Press Leased' Wire.) NBW YORK, May 8. —Officials Mff J the government (insist today .that one of the men indicted yes terday Jin •- connection with the al leged g§ sugar weighing frauds 'knows who originated the scheme. Prosecutor Stimson ' X said . that Some one authorized t the'-. extra payments alleged to have been re f ceived • by ; the j employes | and I that I me Is the man the government in tends to punish. ' : y-';:r 'A-A'A. The American t; Sugar Rellning ?company, * through Henry ; D.; Clau -5 Son,*'law; partner of i John E. Bar lsons,' announced today that it de ' Sired the I punishment of everyone SEVERELY PUNISHED KBY SOCIETY WOMAN S PRESIDENT OF MERCANTILE •M COMPANY BADLY BATTERED :0 IN BOUT WITH RICH WOMAN A" STOCKHOLDER. -i, r; '-.•*-•;-,; _S£_:,*ii_^''~rT l '"•'""" ~ ''; -^,"-1! ■*"■::. i< (By, United ' Press Leased Wire.) M BAN FRANCISCO, May B.— i John J. Hanley, president of the 'Hanley...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 May 1909

raje 4 Every Day Offers Some Interesting Articles for the Women Readers VOL. 6. NO. 118 - DRAMATIC . PLEA FOR , HAINS Many Weep as Lawyer flakes Closing Argu ment-Urges Un written Law (By United Press Leased Wire.) FLUSHING, L. L, May 10. — Unwritten law was the basfs of At torney Mclntyre'a argument for tue defense today in the trial of Captain Peter C. Hams, slayer of William E. Annis. although he threw over the thta legal veil of an insanity plea. Mr. Mclatyre made an impassioned plea and it had a noticeable effect upon the jury. Captain Hams' mother sat be side him and as Mclntyre dwelt upon the tragic incidents in the defendant's life she embraced her son and sobbed piteously. Mclntyre traced the movements of the Hams boys on the day of the killing to show that the shoot ing of Annis was not premeditat ed. John Terhune wept and others in the court room wiped their eyes when the attorney was in the midst of his eloquent appeal. Cit ing some of the testimony intro duced by the pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 May 1909

jyy^jSl^^'fcAy^^-^^ SPORTING NEWS OF THE WORLD INDIANS AND pTBERS EACH TljjJ GnWIE .' I NOKTHWEST: LEAGUE: -". M-^^^a^l'Btanding.i- ,•»; "" Slfi'J ; - - Woo Lost Pet (NORTHWEST LEAGUE. Standing. Woo Lost Pet Seattle 16 6 .727 j \ Spokane ft lT:'. {16": :; 8 £ .G52 Vancouver ... IS ,v^ 9 .571 IJOTacoma'C^r.'.'';', - 9-, 14 .391 Portland r..'.'. ■. 8 14, .364 Aberdeen .... 6t, 15 i .286 ; sSf I I ||P|SPOKANE, May } 10.'—Tacoma I g Jgi'squeered" ■ the winning ! run \ over | "if the plate in the ninth inning of a % TJ i! hard i fought battle ; Saturday and I 1 took j the I contest from the Indians | §I ',to 2, but Spokane, got back at i j them Sunday In al2to C contest ;, lit * -which Claflin ? blew &upJ in Jthe • j ,' Arst inning, and forced in one man • J I by bases on balls. Hall called him i | in the fourth Inning. - Spo- I kwne; played alt around the Tigers , j 'I Ud had them worked nearly to ; Jfd«ath.'pScores:ps;F'->.*.--. •;-./■.•;- ' [ :<MBS Baturday's | game— R H E I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 May 1909

. BOAT TURNS OVER: STUDENTS GET WET SIX YOUNG UNIVERSITY PEO PI,E NARROWLY KSCAPK DROWNING. Attempting to cross the Nar rows from Lremons beach to Fox island In a frail row-boat late yes terday afternoon, a party of six students of the University of Pu get Sound was caught in one of the sudden squalls of the day and narrowly escaped drowning in the boiling current that swept through the channel. The boat was filled with water by a huge white-capped wave that dashed into it, and be fore the six frightened occupants had time even to call for help they were precipitated into the Icy waters. Two other boatloads of students ■had started on the hazardous trip across the channel, and one of these hastened up to the overturn ed boat, managing to pull the un fortunate pleasure-seekers aboard. A launch towed the two boats to ■hore, and the students were cared for in one of the cottages of Dr. E. M. Brown, who had thrown BURGLAR DANGLES FROM A WINDOW SEATTLE, May 10.— H. Block, of 1806 Jackson...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 May 1909

l:yt*a» ♦, MowPAr, mat i# '•-■; THE TACOMA DAILY TIMES T« Ant TIMES iHiBI.IMHIMU COMPANY. wu»» OOMMBKCB ST. TBM B»«—« at <fc» T—»»«. W—»„ ro.ftHe. — S«««»J Clmmm Muttn. I TAOOMJu *>wmi •— c*mt r«t c—ti ijcj.ii , >*uiju<»a^ nii/nicf. b»iiw. ofiig«, m«i» tss-aitss br Carrier .r M*ll| Br M>U CUgl M> lIIUIILO. W«"l3 Dt|t. ,Xli NM-AITSS :fc a<i—i» Sl« M*. SlJfSi Yam* SXTS -.C^aßPr:..^ i-^.,""! 1.-.* * Clrc»I«»l«« o«»t. Mmlm 7SS-AX7BS ID TIMES OBTAINS THH COMPLETE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE SUPPLIED IIY THE UNITED PRKSS ASSOCIATIONS' LEASED WIRE. Tacoma Turned Down Again; How About It "Cush.?" The flail appointment of George Donworth f Seattle, to the federal bench in this city by president Taft, will probably settle the contro tr*y, for Donworth wants the place and will This makes three Seattle men who have been ffersd the place, Peters, Hughes and Donworth. Not a Tacoma lawyer was considered by the •resident, although it is evident there Is Just as food talent In this...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 May 1909

HEROLD WILL GET HIS METEOR In his mall today Horace O. <Herold, a timber cruiser, who lives In Tacoma, received official notifi cation that the United Slates gov ernment will place no obstacles in the way of his removing from the Washington national forest the "huge meteorite weighing between 11 and 12 tons, which he discover ed on or about December 20, 1907, and which is said to be the largest known meteorite in the world. E. T. Allen; the district forester, -with headquarters at Portland, GOES TO PRISON TO SAVE SISTER'S HONOR '<»>■ United Press Teased Wire.) FORT WORTH, Tex., May 10. — Giving his liberty as the price of his sister's honor, Stephen Beasly is today confined in the Texas etate prison, beglning the service of a five year sentence for killing his father. The elder Beasly, al leged to have -committed a crime against his 15-year-old daughter, was killed by his son. A grand jury failed to lnd'ct him on a murder charge but to SKUNK AND TOMATO CAN CAUSE STIR A mise...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 May 1909

! .. "' Ir>AOB a, MOHPAY. MAY 1O EEBOAT EXPENSIVE THING TO KEEP UP mws^"^-:.' * > .'\sf^ >'■ .■ ' ©OMMITTKK VaS; FINDS &''.'■ THAT I^PORTIiAND PAYfi I|LARGE gfe SUM EACH YKAR TO MAIN TAIN (FIRE FIGHTING MA CHINE ON THE river. . • . ;;. A fire boat is going to be an ex pensivo proposition';- for Tacoma, * judging from the. facts obtained by | the f junketing i committee that via ited • Portland -"■ Saturday ; to ;,*; look i«Terithe 1 fire \ boat situation \ there. y&& Fire Chief McAlevy, Commiß rfoner McGregor and Councilmen Olblett, Lynn and Rankin compos ed I the i party. They j found j Port ?Jj«nd with a fire boat with 16 noz- Ries, a capacity of 6,000 gallons a minute and ability to bore a hole LESS WATER USED IN PORTLAND THAN HER E AVERAGE * CONSUMPTION PER CAPITA ABOUT ONE-HAW" 1 THAT USED BY TACOMA— Spf CTTY suppued : BYGRAVITY . SYSTEM. "Portland has not got anything if«ii|uiJ on S the purity of ,-water at p least," said ■ Commissioner McGre -1 gor this m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 May 1909

REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE BUSINESS PROPERTY—VACANT LOTS — HOMBB — AORBAQE 'BUSINESS PROPHRTT— YA.O ANT tOTB — HOIMB —! AORJBAOB Hundreds Came! 50 Sales Made at Madrona Park That was the record made yesterday notwithstanding the rain, and our three automobiles have been kept busy all day today taking people out to show the property. Remember this is your last opportunity to buy such fine close in property in Tacoma at the price and on the terms we are now offering. Madrona VarK Price $35 and up; $5 Cash, $2.50 Month E. F. Gregory Co., Inc. R. B. WOBS. B. F. OIUOQOBft 120 Twelfth Street ONLY ONLY ONLY 91SO FOR ONE! 10- 111 TRACT You can buy one or more of these 10-acre tracts for the above price. The land is level, no stumps and easy to get plenty of good well water, will make an ideal place for raising chickens; 3 miles from 11. R. station and driving country town, and 6 miles south of Ameri can lake. Terms If desired. ' - Also improved ■ farm, Including stock, etc., for sale; close in...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 May 1909

TAQV 0, MOHDAY, MAT 10 CDEAL BLOCKED BY THEATER FIRE . ;: *RAT>K * NEARLY *; COMPLETED THAT ANOTHER BIG HOTEL FOR '; TAOOMA—STAR BUIIJMNU ; INSURED—M'RAE IS LOSER. llpiiS^if^'lil--. -.•*»,.■-"' ''"■■■;-; »;-•■>■•';£.' aS-The 'destruction of the Star the ater : Saturday, night, headed off a deal Involving" over a quarter of a % million { dollars and '< prevented i the building of a great hotel In this •lty. ftiS Saturday the terms of a. deal I ■were made by which Jack Donnel ly was to transfer the Star theater and other ; property to Dave Gross and 1 was $ to S receive c from \ Gross hit residence and the brick block at} the I corner ■of Nineteenth and Pacific avenue. In . the Nineteenth and 2 Pacific block * there j has been no business since the Davis-Smith company moved lout.'*." Mr. , Don nelly j Intended Ito J remodel it, put two stories on top to make about 250 rooms and then fit it up for a first class hotel. ti..-f*":V;-- >.-i' '. <* The: destruction ;of ! the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 May 1909

Page 4 Every Day Offers Some Interesting Articles for the Women Readers VOl>. «. NO. 119 $10,000 LOSS IN DOWNTOWN FIRE FND CAPT. HANS S GUILTY Jurors Return Verdict of Manslaughter in Case Against Slay. er of Annis FLUSHING, L. 1., May 11.— Captain Peter C. Mains was today found guilty of manslaughter in the first degree for the killing of William E. Annis, after one of the most sensational trials ever he-ld in the state. The trial be gan April 19 and, owing to the Wide publicity given the matter, great difficulty was experienced in obtaining a jury. Captain Hams shot Annis at the Bayside Yacht club Saturday, August 15, 1908. The trouble arose through the alleged Intim acy of Annis with Captain Hams' wife, Claudia, and the affair caus ed one of the greatest senastions of recent years in army and social life in America. In llains' company when he fired the fatal shot was Thornton J. Hams, a brother, and he was arrested and tried for complicity in the shooting. Thornton Hams was ac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 May 1909

SsH£ SPORTING NEWS OF THE WORLD rW GYMNASIUM IS FINEST IN CITY PPraMoIINBPBOTS NBW Y. M. m» G. A. QUARTERS AKD finds IS HVBRYTHINU IN THK PLACE S MODERN — SOCIAL ', TO - BE 111 tiELD «i TONIGHT — > ACTIVK CANVASS FOR MKMBKRS. ipf TJie Tacoma ,: public was shown >3f tart night what a first class," up-to rn date I gymnasium i looks : like 4 when H •verybody . was ; Invited |to the ■ new ' T. iM. 0. fA. • building | where ' the ,f| doors i were ■'.thrown' open V tor in |S*peotk)n.'*j.-v;'.'.'.^..::v#'i«.--»v-. .<■."• -.;;;;■•>;« SllThe ■ building; is now ■ being oc f copied and tonight a social of the ;j members will be held. The water will be turned Into the big swim ming pool and. there will be |? aquatic ; sports, for everybody.; lpa.TJte: association is in the midst jJSj of I a S membership | campaign ! that •it Sis i hoped will : yield i 1,000 j new „ members r- before ? tomorrow I night. H After * that » date \ the membership ;«f fee will; be i raised ■so : everybody ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 May 1909

ROOSEVELT'S FEAT A WONDERFUL ONE, ASSERTS SCIENTIST BERKELEY, Cal., May 11.—"I am glad to see in the United Presß dispatches that President Roose velt bas killed a rhinoceros for the national museum, but I hope that he will not kin any more," de clared Professor W. E. Ritter, head of the department of zoology in the University of California, yes terday. Professor Ritter, who is one of the most prominent zoolo gists in America, continued: "The rhinoceros is a heavy, loggy beast, and is not so savage as it looks. He can put up a good fight, however, and the natives fear him. The rhinoceros rushes Its enemy with its head down and attempts to stab the victim with Its horn. An agile man or animal ran dodge the thrust if the attack is made in an open place, but oth erwise there is little chance of escape. TWO CAPTAINS GOT DOUBLE PAY (By United Press Leased Wire.) SEATTLE, May 11. —In the In vestigation Into the accounts of the National Guard in connection with the embezzlements of former ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 May 1909

JMMH a, TVMBHX, MAX 11 ■-:-.. . y THE TACOMA DAILY TIMES .' fcAOfrMA'a OWI.T [.UIPBB ■Ttt»T ■ ArTMKWOOiy BXCKPT IyWDAT BY THE TACOMA < OFKICKi TW rtUfOBIWT ;■'; ,-«.»- w ,-'«»"s-«-^,- TIMES PtrBLISHIIWO OOMPANT. <'.■?-■-> ■X-. • ~^-> f-^^-&*\- COMMKRCH ST. ■■WMATMW ; [ ■■»■«! lt;tt« Tmo—. W— Paatatllca m Itewl C|lM Mlrtw. J TAC6MA. «MMi Ob* Oat P*r Cfmn By MaU |? fIfIWMH» rli V ||UN LJ- ' ■aslaeaa D«»t. . Mala > TM-AITSS ■ Igltfc. »r CarrtCT «r Wall IBy Mall fltt Bfc» I Mini TV Editorial l>»p«. . M.la TM-AJTSS f jUfrwa. *1» Ma. 91JS9, Yw Q. 78 "^SS*^^ ' IIVIILJ' < lr<-ul,Uo- Deaf. Mala TM-AI7M J|l m 3 TIMES OBTAINS THH OOMPI.KTH TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE: SUPPLIED BY THB PJil^Stf.'."' UNITED PRBSB ASSOCIATIONS' LEASED WIRE. That Old Boiltr bThat old Beaver boiler seems to be a serious of contention. Marshall K. Snell, who enjoys the reputa of being dictator of the park board, is heap ing odium on the old barnacle encrusted boiler With apparently no respect...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 May 1909

COMES TO U. S. TO WED FINANCE; BECOMES BRIDE OF MAN SHE MET ON SHIP r""""~ —___ (By United Press I/eased Wire.) HONOLULU. May 11.—After crossing the ocean to .become the /bride of Charles Howard of San Francisco, Mrs. Eva B. Wallace today it the wife of R. M. Baker, an automobile agent of Chicago. Mrs. Wallace sailed for thin port from San Francisco on the liner Alemeda. Anxiously awaiting her MANY RENDERED HOMELESS BY FOREST FIRES '(By United Press Leaned Wire.) ZITACUARO, Mex., May 11. — Hundreds of Mexicans and Indians are reported to be starving, scores of families are homeless and des-; titude and a number of farms have been destroyed by forest fires I which are raging In the mountains HOWELL OF TACOMA IS STATE SECRETARY OL.YMPIA, May 11. —Captain I. M. Howell of Tacoma, was last •venlng appointed by Governor Hay aa secretary of state to take the place of Sam H. Nichols, Whose resignation was accepted. Governor Hay declared he had made the appointment of Captain Howell after ca...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 May 1909

PLO ERS JAILED ON SERIOUS CHARGE Private Levi T. Phillips and Prl- Tate Ed. J. Martin, soldiers sta tioned at the American lake rifle range, lie in separate cells of the eaunty Jail today, charged with a moat brutal offense committed against Mrs. Minnie Farley, a wid ow. They were arrested yester 4ay afternoon by City Detective D. O. Smith and Deputy Sheriff Tom Desmond, upon the identifi cation of Mina Farley, daughter Of the woman. On the night of May 1, the t»o Midlers are said to have gone to Mrs. Farley's home and demand ed that the daughter accompany INTEREST SHOWN IN M'ALEVY'S TRIAL Considerable Interest 1b being manifested by the citizens in the bearing to be given Fire Chief •icAlevy before the council Thurs day night. On the outcome of the contest is based the hopes of the partisan clique in the council which has been trying to throttle «lvil service. The councilmen are not telling how they intend to vote but all previous attempts to remove Mc- Alevy have been futile. The ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 May 1909

REAL ESTATE ! REAL ESTATE BUSINESS PROPKRTT—TACANT LOTB - HOUKd — ACREAGE BUSINESS PROPERTT—TAC ANT IX)T8 — HOMES — ACMACUB MADRONA PARK WHERE IS IT? It is on the Pacific Traction car line and is located at the exact spot where the center of Tacoma's population will soon be, so says Mr. Olmstead, the noted landscape engineer and the man who laid out Tacoma, Seattle, Port land and hundreds of other park and boulevard systems throughout the Unit ed States. It has a grand and unobstructed view of both the Olympic and Cascade mountain ranges. City water, electric lights and telephones have been arranged for. This is your last opportunity to buy lots in so favored locality in Tacoma at the extremely low price and on the easy terms we are offering Madrona Park. To get the addition introduced and started, we will offer these fine lots at $35.00 and up; $5.00 cash and $2.50 per month; no taxes for two years. Follow the crowd. Come out today, while you can get first choice. Salesmen on the g...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 May 1909

PAGE 8, TPBBPAY, MAY 11 DEMAND RESIGNATION OF J.H. SCHIVELY The resignation of J. H. Bchlve tjT, Btate Insurance commissioner, l> demaiMed by members of the state press of the state of Wash ington. Almost to a unit the •tate press claims Schively should resign. Press clipplnga selected from state newspapers «how sen timent from one end of the state to the other. - Many of the state newspapers declare that resignation should 1 not preclude prosecution, should | the investigation committee find the charges made against Schive ly true. Among the papers that have come strongly urging the resigna tion of the insurance commission er are the Wlnona News, Clallam TWO MEN INDORSED FOR COMMISSION O. C. McLEAN SAMUEL GLENN arb \ selected ias * BLIGIBLES lIV THE EIGHTH WARD IMPROVEMENT CLUBS. ■::■;.■;■-- ■;.■ pS§ Bight Ward ) Improvement clubs last night met and selected O. C. : McLean and Samuel Qlenn as eli glbleg for the Eighth ward candi i date "; for I the new , charter eommls i «lon.; ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 May 1909

Page 4 Every Day Offers Some Interesting Articles for the Women Readers VOL. 6. NO. 120 PORTLAND t BOOSTERS ARE HERE Seventy-Five Men From Oregon Me troplis Given Royal Welcome-Take Auto Ride and Enjoy Banquet-Leave for Puyallup and Other Towns BIG STR KE MENACES FRAJGE Mail and Telegraph Ser vice Completely Tied Up — Thousands Quit Work. (By United Press Leased Wire.) PARIS, May 12.—With tal, telegraph and telephone employes on strike because government would not accede to their demands, France faces a grave crisis today. The employes walked out yes terday. The strike will not reach the acute stage until parliament finishes its debate upon the demands of the strikers. The debate will probably end tomorrow and trouble will ensue aa there is little prospect of the government surrendering without a struggle. Leaders of the strike declare that by tonight the entire mail and telegraph service will be tied up. This will leave the wireless between France and England as the only means of c...

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