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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 May 1909

PAGE 2 SPORTING NEWS OF WiE WORLD EASON OPENS WITH POMP AT PORTLAND rKBPOOTERS |j TAKE '4 FIRST GAMK | FROM , TIGBKS ?IN ' 10- INKING OONTKST, I? (By United' Press Leased Wire.) PORTLAND. May ; T 12.-^ith SB Fr*alt:* Qptch, V£ world's i\ champion . wrestler, and; Fielder Jones, late P in»n»ger-of the White Sox; as um pires, Tacoma and Portland open- M ad, the » Northwest • league :■ season here yesterday. " - •"{■ ■■;'- ".' . ■ .-I" ®|f A drenching ; ram • knocked .. i the S attendance * Into c a cocked hat, but 1,500 braved the elements and went to the ball grounds. ; ■, Before the f game I there ' was a (fi parade,' *; a t flag >i raising > and : then || John iF. Carroll, managing editor | L*<! of . the Telegram," pitched the first | fiybair, over the: plate. . District-At torney George ;F. Cameron receiv >M «4 * the | ball . and the new : league SlteMo*|waß;6n;-tVs^ir!/ ;■-,.■.,; ■„-.. gfevTh*-- game went 10 ; Innings and Iff* Portland % pulled I the contest | home W|...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 May 1909

Roosevelt Is Keeping Up His Good Record; Kills Two Giraffes BY WARRINGTON DAWSOX Staff Correspondent United Press. NAIROBI, May 12.—Messages received here today indicate that Colonel Roosevelt's markmanehlp is not falling off any since his re cent sensational encounter, with a rhinoceros. He is reported to have killed two giraffes yesterday. One of hla shots was most spect LYNN MAKES VITROLIC ATTACK ON OBJECTORS FO THE BOILER SCHEME The Beaver's boiler over on Tenth street, Is not the original boiler with which the ship was fitted out, as that was eaten out long before the boat quit business, but the big pile of iron is the one that was in the boat when she went down and It is all the boiler ■he had that is in existence. The thing Is said to be unique in boiler construction, however, and repre sents something modern boiler making has entirely lost. These facts were brought out in a lively tilt before the council street committee yesterday, when a squad of property owners near Tenth ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 May 1909

/TAOK 4. WBffIKTOAY, MAY 1» THE TACOMA DAILY TiMESim I lAOOHA'IOKLr I IIIDIO BVBIT ' ArTBRITOOIf ■XCKIT IVNDAT BY THE) TACOMA / OFFICKI T«8 I MUPKMDKNT s«.«*«»«fe«w'»*i TtMRS pciumna oo«pai»t.A'v*--v-'..-'--av.'; I COMMKRCU ST. j ■MwarATsm ■*—« at t%» Ta——. Wm>, ftrttfflw — »«e»a<i ci— iiitor. J TACOMA. **; ■ mil On ri«r Par Coari — Ceata .iiiiimjm.- DHAUt-Ca ■■••■«>• O«n«a Main tu-aitu If laathhrCarrterMMatlißrH.il l<ffj?pjM||| r||UnlL3. Boltorlal >»•»*• . Mala TS4-AITSS aa AaVaacX, Six M». SIJOI Year SB.TB 1 * ■■VH«-»/a circulation P.»t. Mala TB3-AITM if TUB i TIMES '; OBTAINS 7 THB COMPLETE i TEUS GRAPHIO NEWS BEKVICK' SUFFUED B¥ THB i^S^te^l^lS^.'t'OTTKD I PRESS; ASBOOIATIONBV LEASED WIRE. ■,:'>;.'■■;?■; - . '■' - ■ Now Up to Citizens to Excercise Judgement Clttsens should scan carefully the list of sanies suggested by the city club and Improve ment dubs in this issue of The Times as candi dates for the 1$ places on the ticket for the new Charter revision commi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 May 1909

JUMPS ON TOBACCO TRUST Senator Payntor Vents Spleen on "Pirates" Who Keep People at Their Mercy (By United Press Leased Wire.) WASHINGTON, D. C, May 11. •—Senator Thomas H. Payntor to day made an appeal for the mil lion and a half people who depend upon tobacco growing for a live lihood and who, he asserted, are now at the mercy of the tobacco trust. - "The tobacco combination is a commercial pirate," declared the Kentucky senator, asserting that this ' statement could be proved <by the known facts. "Night Riding" Terrors. Payntor told of the condition of the growers in dark and right tobacco regions of Kentucky and Tennesseee and described the events that led up to the "night riding" terrors. "The growers say that the trust divided the districts into sections, placing a buyer in each sections," he declared. "The market was controlled and each grower was told that he would have to sell to the buyer In his particular section. The buyer explained that the mar ket waa flooded and th...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 May 1909

.™sSA fl, MAY 13 FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTION SAVED BONNELL BUILDING SAYS ASSISTANT CHIEF "Were It not for the fireproof* construction of the Bonnell build ing, which was damaged by flames yesterday," said Assistant Fire Chief Llndsey today, "the entire building would probably have been rained before we could have gain ed control of the flames, and sev " Aral lives undoubtedly would have been sacrificed. "As It was, the flames were con fined to the store of Ellison & Mc- Master, and the damage was prac tically all done in one place. As Kon as I arrived on the scene, Chief McAlevy sent me to the up per floors of the Stothart hotel ■aid I found the rooms so full of YOUNG BOYS IN JAIL FOR BLACKMAILING RSAN FRANCISCO. May 12 — cused of writing "black hand" ratters to pretty little 14-year-old Olga Peterson and demanding that •he pay $100 or prepare to die, Victor Dobbs and Lester Bodle, 15 year old boys, are in custody at the Detention home this afternoon. The boys were arrested after Brs...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 May 1909

REAL ESTATE BUSINESS PROPERTY—VACANT LOTS—HOIIBB - ACREAGK NORTH END ON CAR LINE i $1,000 —Corner two fine lots, rood , view. S 9 100—Corner two fine lota, rood view. --■■■ $ 9ao—Two fine lots, fine view, f —Two fine lots, fino view, t 600—Two fine lots, good view. $ BOO—Two fine lots, good view. All the above on easy terms. { ;, JOHN B. KING & CO. 411 Bankers' Trust Bide. fc 4 ACRES WATERFRONT 4 ceres, fine beach, best of soil. 1 acre in fruit and orchard, 1 acre In cultivation, 2 acres In timber rood 7-room house; 2 wells, ohicken house, 100 cbrds of wood, some fur niture and tools. Located on beau tiful Still harbor. McNeil's Island. Just the place you have been look ing for. Price for quick sale $1,500. Half cash. CURTIS «fc llMlll.v M. 5816. 607 Bernlce Bldg. Room House, 60 Lots FIUCE *2,«00 Tou can buy this place and sell 50 lots for what It cost you. You will then have tho house and 10 lots free. You can do It with very little effort. The house Is right on the car line on...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 May 1909

TAOK 9, WEDNESDAY, MAY 18 SELECT 36 CANDIDATES FOR CITY CHARTER REVISION COMMITTEE Thirty-six Tacomans were yes-H terday. selected by the Improve- ■ meat Club league and the City , club for candidates on the charter ' revision committee. They are: t Improvement cluto —O. O. Me- : Lean, Samuel Glenn, 11. B. Hend ley, S. J. Smyths, R. V. Leonard, W. B. Kennel!, C. M. Thomas, C. il. Miller. Dr. 8. M. Moon, Dr. b. M. LeCrone, A. D. Beckley, J. B. King, H. J. McGregor, J. A. Farkner, Sherman Evans, C. W. Lane. ■ City clufb—J. M. Ash ton, T. W. A. Nichols, P. C. Kaufman, Ralph Metcalf, C. S. Barlow, George Mil ton Savage, W. R. Nichols, Ernest Lister, O. G. Elllg, A. U. Mllte, W. : TEMPORARY DEPOT ! NOW UNDER ROOF The temporary Northern Pacific depot is under roof and Knoell Brothers, the contractors, say it will be ready for business May S3, when the Great Northern starts its cross country trains from Tacoma. There are as many men on the building as can work there com fortably and everyt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 May 1909

Pa*e 4 Every Day Offers Sorot Interesting Articles for tht Women Readers VOJj. «. NO. 121 CALIFORNIA "MURDER FARM" GIVES UP ANOTHER CLEW EVIDENCES OF CRIME FOUND Death Trap On M'Coy Ranch Lined With Human Bones TUNNEL EXPLORED Mysterious Disappearance of 30 Years Ago Is Ex plained by Finding of King Near Skeletons (Itj United Press Leased Wire.) MARIPOSA, Cal., May 13. — 'Workmen encaged in digging for bones on the McCoy "murder ranch" today unearthed a plain ■olid gold band ring, with the let ter "W" engraved on the inside. It was found near the place where • skeleton, believed to be that of Samuel Wilson, who disappeared after a quarrel with the late own er of the ranch, was found. This oSsoovery convinced the authorities that they at least have found the explanation of the mys tery of Wilson's death, which has been unexplained for over 30 years. Men are engaged today in digging up the whole place In the vicinity in search of more skele tons to add to the four already unearthed. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 May 1909

* jK^^m^jE M^^U^m jT^towjfi TODAY'S SPORTING MEWS PLANS ON FOOT TO STRENGTHEN TIGERS I^M.Th« j gait the Tigers have ' been j , hitting recently has been most un -1 I satisfactory to the management B v •* -km [ Owner: George ?':. M. Shreeder, | % 1»Who witnessed •' the opening I cere -2 '* : nonlea f| between i his, pets ;.-. and Q 1.y3 Casey's colts ]at Portland, has an- I 0i nouncad that unless pfans go awry R j Mveral bright new visages will be * j*f 7'H«:in th« Tacoma lineup ahort f\ ■' (<&" - "Negotiation* are :'■' In progress I i'^with Kansas City of the American 1 i ] , association ! for : the return V; from U -'' that club lof Tommie Downle, Ta e vrM. coma's I former j star second | base- I '&' man, I and * the ■ deal I probably will I lilfevelosed within the next few days. I §p^ Despite the disheartening condl- I TACOMA LOSES y AFTER HARD | CONTEST ; ■". |||| NORTHWKST liEAOUE. I Standing. ■ *S»1 '■•■■>'*"• ■ ■ • ■ ■ Won Lost Pet ■ mm Seattle ....... 18 ■■•* 7 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 May 1909

CITY TIDELANDS IN GREAT DEMAND The city's tideland property, on the middle waterway, will soon be dotted with little manufactur ing plants. The council last night authorized tne commissioner to lease the five lots to C. E. Hallin tor a gas engine works, Rand * Tock, for a pattern making shop, VANCOUVER SCHOOL GIRLS SEE CHINESE WEDDING VANCOUVER, Wash., May 13. ■—An unusual wedding took place at noon yesterday, in the court house, when Judge W. W. Mc- Creedle, the baseball magnate, ifiarrled, through an interpreter, C. B. Yung, a Chinese, Miss Quong You Choce, aged 35 years, and Chin On, aged 42 years, in his chambers, in the presence of a number of witnesses, among them LOCKS OFFICER IN JAIL AND ESCAPES Man Convicted of Burglary Makes Bold Dash From Vancouver Bastile. (By United Press Leased Wire.) VANCOUVER, Wash., May 13. ■—Every possible exit from the city of Vancouver 1b watched today for Charles Kitchen, who, after locking Deputy Sheriff Geo. Johnson behind the bars, escaped fr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 May 1909

9MK9 r#. ~ WrWMPAT, mat •t* THE TACOMA DAILY ■ TIMES iIAOOItA'B oi«i>t .I '; ISIVEU ivni Amntl*OO!f ■ bicept BVITDAT by the tacoma / OFFICBi tss KsmNDBNI q y^-*-^.-^-'^■■^■■>r < v-- TIMMS wiuihuib COMFANV. . : .-,.^»..,. v .| oomidmii n. ■pnrtrATWM -»■#— ■« th» T—am. W— r—«otfle« mm S—wa Cl— M»tt«f. f TACOMA. ■? :_%f|»»l Om Tint r-T T-fTI ■• Ceata _. JJIIJ ILHr~" DHAUf-Ci ■■■!■««• Offlc* Mai* TM-AITSS • Kteatk - r Carrier or Mall I"- "f'^ftTOif rllffNLA Bdltorinl Urp*. .Slain j»«-AlTJf ■ & Aa>aao», Bl» ■.. SI M % r <a.TI *i<Saßg^ ' IIVIILJ' Clreulatloa Uept. Mala jaa-AVtU ttl TIMES OBTAINS THE COMPLETE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE SUPPLIED BY THE UNITED PREBH ASSOCIATIONS' LEASED WIRB. I A Gentle Mother's Gift 1 Bhe was a gentle mother whose Ineffable lore and .constant sweetness descended like B warm sunshine upon her devoted children and Jr bound them tightly to her. 1 She lived for them. They were her one i great moving thought. To do for them was f. her supreme...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 May 1909

MORGAN IN A BIG DEAL ON COAST (By United Prm Leased Wire.) SAN FRANCISCO, May 13.— Following his in vest in cut of $10, -000.000 in California securities, .7. P. Morgan is coming to the Paclsfe. coast thin summer, according to anouncement made here today. ft is believed that his visit has significant bearing upon the stu pendous financing that is being GREAT ORATORICAL CONTEST TOMORROW Local college men and educators are expecting a big time at Puget Sound university tomorrow night, ■when the great Interstate oratori cal contest takes place between college men of the Northwest for a prise of $100 and the honor of representing the Northweßt in the national contest this coming aum sfler. Five orators will 'be present, two from California, two from Washington and one from Ore gon. Bach man has already won his local college contest and his state contest before being eligible to enter the battle in Tacoma. A number of college men from the State university will probably be over to attend ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 May 1909

_ FACE «, TBPIWDAT, MAT f ' DOG POLICEMAN ARRESTS 3 MEN NEW YORK, May 13.—Three Wen were arrested by Jim, one of > the police dogs of the Parkvllle . police station, and locked up on & charge of vagrancy. The arrests were made single-handed, and while Policemau Scully showed the way to the station the entire cred it for the capture belongs to the canine policeman. The men all had automobile tires on their arms, and when they were unable to tell just how they came to get them or to whom they belonged they were arrested. i Jim Is one of the youngest of the nine dogs detailed to the Park- Tllle station. Despite his youth, lie Is one of the best trained anl mate in the department, and has STRANDED ACTOR EVELYN THAW'S BROTHER (By United Press la-hn.-.I Wire.) WILKEaBARRE, Pa., May 13. —A stranded actor, styling him •eld Howard Allison, was identi fied here today as Howard Nes blt, brother of Evelyn NYshit "lihaw, who gained prominence at the time of the trial of Harry K. Thaw for ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 May 1909

REAL ESTATE I BUSINESS PROPERTY—VACANT LOTS— HOMES — A CHE AUK I ' NORTH END ON CAR LINE t —Corner two fine lots, good • view. I 900—Two fine lots, fine view. | 750—Two fine lots, fine view, r S 600—Two fine lots, Rood view. I 500— fine lots, good view. All the above on easy terms. JOHN B. KING & CO. f 411 Bankers' Trust Bldg. MrKINLEY PARK SNAP 2-LOTS, COTTAGE, BHSO V""* BAL. »10.53 IM-.11 MO. NO INT. EAST I NEAR 38TH 2 blocks from car. well built new cottage, painted, electric lights and city water. Nice garden. Rented to good tenant for $7.00 per month. Owner must have money at once. .. M. 11. KOEHLER A CO. 4th Floor Berlin Bldg. ■." ' ' 5 acres good land, close to good ■ohool and new town, only f 115. Your own terms. TACOMA SECITIUTY CO. 320 Bankers' Trust Bldg. 10 ACRES •- Of fine fruit land. 25 miles from Tacoma, close to good town. Price only |225. On very easy terms. 320 Bankers' Trust Bldg. HERE IT IS I have several fine 5-acre tracts for sale, just about 1 mile South o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 May 1909

'^?TAbi! ,t 9, THURSDAY, MAT j, 16 CITY NOW « WATERPRDBLEM ADMINISTRATION APPARENTLY UN ABLE) TO SUPPLY ENOUGH WATKR FOB TACOMA'S NKKIJfi—6UPERINTKNDENT WHIT NEY CAUSES STIR IN COUNCIL BY SPRINGING SCHEME TO GHT SUPPLY FROM MAPLEWOOD SPRINGS. 2 Has the city water scheme of the administration fizzled? Last night Superintendent SWhltney sent a letter to the coun cil asking that plans be made to bring in water from Maplewood springs. When the present administra tion was Inaugurated the city had already contracted for this work. The whole 18,000,000 gallons of water were to be delivered in Ta coma for about $250,000. But teoause Mayor Wright had advo cated that as the next best thing to a gravity system the Linck ad ministration repudiated the co.i tracts. Now It has suits on hair. from the contractors for over "|20,000 damages. It has gone Into the well system and Clover '«reek and his appropriated over ; $250,000 to build tfiat up and now, after a year of experiment- Ing, Superintende...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 14 May 1909

Page 4 Every Day Offers Some Interesting Articles for the Women Readers VOL. «. NO. 122 BREMER TON POS TOFFICE ROBBED OF $6, 000 SPECIAL SESSION OF LEGISLATURE NOW THOUGHT CERTAIN BIG HAUL IS HIDE BY BANDITS Cracksmen Blow Safe o: - Bremerton Postoffice — Escape With About $6,000 in Money and Stamps (By United Press Leased Wire.) BKHMKKTON, May 14.— One of the most daring crimes committed in this sec tion for years occurred early this morning when bandits landed here in a launch, forced their way into the postoffioe, blew open the safe and stole thousands of dol lars' worth of stamps and several hundred dollars in money and then made their escape. The robbery was not discovered until this morning when clerks In the postoffice went to work. The interior of the room, where the safe was located, was wreck ed. The safe door was blown half way across the room. Pa pers In the safe were scattered about and the doors of the private apartments were broken and the contents stolen. It is estim...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 14 May 1909

PAGE 2 H^§©NABtß«F®Km CHANGE OF LUCK FOR TIGERS AT PORTLAND Wm-' ■ ~T • '1 W, NORTHWEST LEAGUE.';-'^ S |^4 ; . Standing. ; ' ' M ■£*?&'.c-^.;*; v . .Won Loßt Pet m ;eeattlef»r/".V: >.'-.19 ".' 7 :- .731 'M Spokane 'fiTi".'"."-l 16 :■■ 11T .593.: lM '< Vancouver -fil '.1 12 v» 12 ':; .500, X Portland .... 10 ; 15 .400 m |TacomaftT*.-r.- 10 16 .385 ■ Wt Aberdeen .... r9/'ls : .375 i —- 1 MS PORTLAND. i May 14;— Ador n with v the %>. horseshoe, >. rabbit's foot and all the other emblems of || those upon whom good fortune smil«|. r the Tacoma Tigers steadily || and ",:/ stoniatlcally walloped Pearl Casfi's crowd yesterday afternoon ■to)i l# : e I tune sofi:si to '1. ' S*** Portland J was unable;: to '< learn m the f secret lof Joel Berger's . slants. . Vhe s Tigers, on * the " other hand, If deliberately took j five separate in: H Blngs 3to make ■ their scores. ' ' The pioore:^;;';.;- --'.'' "-; ':■ '■-■'„-■'] R ,H-E 5Tat0mav.'VY'...........: 5 ' 9 ; 0 Portland ■/■."*...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 14 May 1909

SCRAP OVER SCHOOL MATTERS MAY CAUSE VODER TO RESIGN POSITION Superintendent of City Schools A. H. Voder has announced that he will probably resign his posi tion as a result of strenuous op position put against him by mem bers of the school boai-d at their regular semi-monthly meeting Wednesday afternoon. The op position of the school board re sulted from the superintendent's recommendation chat the primary supervisor be re-appointed for next year. Superintendent Voder made the recommendation together with a number of other recommendations that he is accustomed to make near the end of the school year. Three of the members, W. P: Hopping, O. W. Barlow and Mrs. G. W. Bullard, who form a ma jority of the board, immediately opposed the plan, and stated em phatically that they could not be moved in their stand. The other board members, John T. Bibb and G. Dowe McQuesten, favored the matter, which io itself is claimed to be of but commonplace import ance, but their vote counted as naught a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 14 May 1909

\ ; muUB: 4,*; yhhuAT,^ M/Uf ;14 THE TACOMA DAILY TIMES kACOMA>S ONLT IMimi* KVBinT —————————____ BY THB TACOMA. I OmOU „— tiCOMAI ONLY IIIUBU EVBRY AVTBRITOOIf CXCBPT SDItDAT BY THE TACOMA OVFtVMi fit tmrmnnr.nt times publishing company. commbrcL ai jtjSrSPAPEB > En««re« *t <k« Tiwm, W— ■„ Po.tofflo., a. s.oad C 1... MaMer. | TACOMaT^ k«(ami 'Out Cent Prr Capri SO Ceata JIJ /-<iyS>v PHAIiIFC* Bnilanu Office Mala 783-Al7Sa ■ ■Will •rl.rH.-r or Mall. By Mall C^M lIIUNLd. BdllorUl Dr.t. . Main T»4-Al7a3 ..Ml ilwm, ■!» M». »I.BO| Year W.TB N»«» r IIVHI-Wi ClwJ«Uo mß*pi. MatY T»TaiTM THB TIMES OBTAINS THE COMPLETE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE SUPPLIED BT THH UNITED PRESS ASSOCIATIONS 1 LEASED WIRE. ' o%JrMrl^uf »* **«■ It's Time to Stop This Political Fight It is time to stop the political persecution of Fire Chief George McAlevy. Three times within the last year the wire pullers have had him on the carpet to try to fasten something on him sufficient to warrant Ills dismissal...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 14 May 1909

WAY OF THE GRAFTER NOT AN EASY ONE Ex-Governor Folk, In an Eloquent Speech, Points Out How Right eous Government Is Advancing. The way of the grafter and the Ibrlbe-taker in public office is not Strewn With roses now, aa it was a few years ago, according to Joseph W. Folk, of Missouri, ex governor of the state, and one of the leaders in the anti-graft cam paign of the cation, who spoke to a large audience at the First Christian church last night. Mr. Folk arrived in the city "-■-last evening after a speech and a tig reception and banquet at Seat tle. He was given a rectption by the Missouri club at the church 3,000 PEOPLE INSPECT PALATIAL TRAIN The first visit to Tacoma of a passenger train other than the Northern Pacific was celebrated yesterday \^hen nearly 3,000 per sons visited the Oriental limited, „ Ithe Great Northern's first fast train between Tacoma and Ohi £ago. The flyer, placed on exhibition et the union depot yards through out the afternoon and evening and the scene of ...

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