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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 May 1909

PACK «, MONPAY. MAY IT LINCK AND M'GREGOR IN ROLES OF ALPHOIMSC AND GASTON ' MAYOR • AND commissioner KB HAVING i DELIGHTFUL TIMK mB OVER THB WHITNEY CON TROVERSY. -JU Mayor Ltack and Commissioner . McGregor are having a delightful Alphonse and Gaston time of *it over Superintendent H. IA. Whit ney's position in the water depart ment. •;;..' ■'•■ ■"'. ■•-.; ■/ ■ -•'.-. "Whitney is under the commls p aloner;, they can settle their I dif-1 | ferences," say • the mayor. :> -\ ■.'..: "Whitney ;is the * mayor's ap- I pointee, I certainly will . not ?do • anything with him," says the com missioner.l^ :..:-'•'■.' !gl In I the' meantime Whitney .Is working right , along, . his friends i: are I abusing the commissioner for, not being enthusiastic over the 5 water /|£ superintendent's , services. • and there is general turmoil in the I department. ■■ ■? , ■ •■ ■ • :The commissioner will not talk about Whitney for publication. It :1b I known, however, that he ro -3 gards' him as utterly , i...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 May 1909

Page 4 Every Day Offers Some Interesting Articles for the Women Readers VOL. a. NO. 125 STOESSEL GAINS H S LIBERTY Czar Revokes the Life Term Of Famous Sol dier—Nebogatoff Also Freed ■ ' < -' (By United Press Teased Wire.) ST. PETERSBURG, May 18. — The czar today ordered . the re lease of Admiral Nebogatof and General Stoessel, who were con fined 'at Fortress Peter and Paul under sentences of life imprison ment. Nebogatoff surrendered his fleet, to Admiral Togo and Stoessel surrendered Port Arthur during the war with Japan. They were tried for cowardice and imprisoned for life after the close of the war. Stoessel is believed to be dying and Nebogatoff is very sick. While the illness of the pair was given as the reason for the czar's pardon, it is known that popular agitation along other lines has certain bear ing upon the case. There has been an unusually strong undercurrent of unrest fou some time and the imprisonment of the officers was used as a shield by certain agitators. An...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 May 1909

I SPORTING NEWS OF THE WORLD TIGERS WIN IN GREAT BURST OF SPEED tACOMA OASTS HOODO OVER i INDIANS AND FRIGHTENS THEM OUT OF A GAME. .FTER the Tigers 'bad two on the score board. It looked good un til Samuels walk ed Brinker In the opening of the fourth in ning, in the first ( contest of the series with the Indians, at Ath letic park yes terday. Brinker i was advanced to the home plate by James and Bur nett and one of the Tacoma tallies was cancelled. Then two men got on bases and Brown bumped a lit- Ue one to Samuels and Sam promptly handed the ball to John ny Bender —for Johnny used to be t football player and a sprinter and several other things—and he took after Mr. James. James tried a foot race with the Tacoma boy, but was nabbed be fore he got to third and rubbed la the soft ground. Burnett in the meantime had come to third. When he saw the fate of his co worker he got frightened at Bender, and he stuck out his feet to get back to second base. But Bender was right after him and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 May 1909

CANADIAN PACIFIC HERE IN 2 YEARS INDICATIONS NOW POINT TO THE BUILDING OP ROAD IN TO TACOMA. Every Indication points to the building into Tacoma of the Cana dian Pacific railway within the next two years. Whether it will come across the Btate from Spokane or drop down from the north by way of Sumas, 1 1 mains to be seen. Surveys have been made for both routes. It is possible that both routes will be used, giving the road a belt Hne through Washington. ■ . - Jr w M\w v*. .^r « .^ .^ ■■■■■■• .^r 7 . - ■•• . € r t/tf£ AtdX&w eft ffizTlctfmvew ■ ffl^ Great Consolidation Sale! —This is our biggest effort. FY Q «lolitK'f'Ofl 'v Co ffl rOfTI f* -So far as we know it has no equal in any *-*• *-*• ** Ullll^ IAJU V/U. IU UCLUIIIC ,- Th!c TVII* respect. .' * 1 —? ; —: : —; ; ; —— X 1 Inis> lens „.-,; —The price cutting—Severe as it is, is but a , . ujf; I the Story! • '--SS'Lrt and soul of this great money say- 111 11C VS U S IC 11 0 USC — 1 CCS Si fl U " ; ing event is the quality of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 May 1909

■ ;- - PiW 4, TragQAT; MA1T Ol THE TACOMA DAtLY TIMES t' jftUNMKA* «n.T . iiiVKu BviHr AmtMOOK BXCIPT ItiIDAT BT THE! tacoma I orFICKi tm Hi prmmmtmtmi »# lw<v>><'»''?:<'^ times pijrhshi*<» company. . .^. -,->^~-: i COMmßitcti ST. MBWSFAPBR ;■;•'•: *■■«—« at the Tnwi, Waah* Poatefflee — »oo»d Clvi Matter. | TACOMA. ■■■■■I Oa* Cnl Per Capri SO Onta -^jUIUWfcLI-vV;:--? DHAUFCi ' B»lnraa Office Mala 783-V™ M • ■earth kr Carrier or Mallt By Mall t? HtffjGijlp'l V, < / rllllll LO. Editorial D«-pt. . Mala 7H4-AIJS? , .'-. to AOaao. Six Mo. Sl^Ol Year »a.TB ■v^aMC*"' * "Vl"- Clrealattoa D.,1, Mala TM-AITM ! tXUb TIMKS OBTAINS THE OOMPIjBTK TEIJBGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE SUPPLIED BY THK '■W^^f^>^'".^s:f^P!l UNlTED PRESS ASSOCIATIONS' L.EASKD WIRE. ■ •■■■ Difference Between a Saucepan and an Ocean Steamer Saucepans are up. They have been up for some years. But the farther up Baucepanß go the lower tomato cans and corned beef cans and oil cans may go. (N. B.—Not the kind...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 May 1909

OFFICERS SEEK WIFE DESERTER Self-Styled Ethical Philosopher Wanted on Warrant for Aban donment — Marriage Through Correspondence a Failure. Professor J. K. Marsh, self styled ethical philosopher, child culturist, anthropollglat, hyglen ist, and physical culturist, married to a Denver widow at Sacramento, Cal., oa May 7, is wanted by the Pierce county authorities on a charge of wife desertion, preferred by the bride of less than a fort night. Introduced, courted and „ .engaged by correspondence, the \couple met for the first time only « few days before the wedding. The deserted wife, who was a MONSTER PARADE TO OPEN A.-V.-P. FAIR SEATTLE, May 18.—Colonel C. T. Woodbury, U. S. army, acting commander of the department of the Columbia, has accepted the in vitation of Josiah Collins, chair man of the committee on ceremon ies and special events, to act as Ennui marshal of the parade to be' held on the opening day of the fclaska-Yukon-Paciflc exposition. There will be 1,2 00 soldiers camp-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 May 1909

> ' PACK •, TCBSDAY, MAY i» ' WATER FIGHT IS STIRRED UP AGAIN J The special water committee of the council referred the Bugges tion of Superintendent Whitney favoring Maplewood springs as a water supply to Commissioner Mc- Gregor last night, but the sub mission of the recommendation to the council has stirred up the ■whole water question again. The administration i« pushing the well system and to reinforce this It proposes to run a pipe line several miles Into the country to f raft the Clover creek springs. This means a lawsuit with every i termer along the way. One man some years ago got judgment against the city for $7,000 on this deal and, if every one along the creek is to get such damages, ■It will apparently cost as much * for a little pipe line to get a few million gallons as the whole Green river gravity system. Councilman Armstrong last Bight expressed d/gust at the I whole municipal water scheme. ' He has been all the time favorable to the Qreen river gravity system. Ue...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 May 1909

NEW YORKERS ORGANIZE More than thirty former resi dents of New York state met at ".he Commercial club last night »or the organization of a New York State association of Taco (na. After a preliminary organi fcation had been formed, an elec tion of officers was held, the fol lowing being chosen: President, Louis W. Pratt; vice president, A. U- Mills; secretary-treasurer, E. A. Spaulding. The only requisite for contem plative members is that they be former residents of New York, and it is the intention of th*> asso oiation to get every person into the organization 'who has ever lived in New York. The mem bership fee will be $1. The next meeting will be held June 2, when a more formal organization will be effected, and when a permanent title be chosen the associa tion. The committee on membership, chosen last night, is composed of L. R. Manning, F. C. Walker, A. Cooklngham, j. G. Ellsbury, Mrs. E. N. Wood, A. E. Bauer, H. C. Nillis, F. C. Graham and Mrs. William Thompson. VXKNOWX HUS...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 May 1909

MASS MEETING IS SET FOR TOMORROW IFTEEN MEN TO BE CHOSEN TO FRAME NEW CITY CHAR TER — COMMISSION FLAN LOOKS LIKE A WINNER. Candidates for Charter Commission. O. O. Ellis, O. L. Fowler, C. B. Barlow, Samuel Glenn, R. G. Hudson, W. H. Snell, Ernest Lister, O. O. McLane, C. H. Miller, E. D. Hodge, W. C. Davle, F. L. Den man. H. B. Hendley, S. J. Smyth*. R. V. Leonard, W. R. NlchoU, W. B. Kennoll, Frank M. Lambnrn, John B. King, C. H. Thomas, A. U. Mills, Joshua Peirce, W. H. Prlngle, Frank B. Cole, H. J. McGre «or, 8. M. Moon, A. D. Beck ley, Sherman Evans, Swan Bamson, C. H. Miller, C. W. Lane, H. A. Rhodes, S. M. LeCrone, E. P. Savage, P. C. Kauffman and Ralph Metcalf. If you want the commission plan of government, go to Parker hall tomorrow night and vote for 16 of the foregoing men to form * charter commission to draw up * new charter. Whether you believe in the commission plan or not, it would l>e wise to attend this meeting and Tote for the best of these men, in order that a '...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 May 1909

Page 4 Every Day Offers Some Interesting Articles for the Women Readers VOL, •. NO. 126 Narrow Escape For Roosevelt Shoots Down Infuriated i Rhinoceros as It Is Charging Him—7 Bullets Fired BY WARRINGTON DAWBON Staff Correspondent United Press. NAIROBI, British East Africa, May 19. — Standing his ground against the furious charge of a ; wounded female rhinoceros, Co. Roosevelt shot the beast, the most feared of the jungle inhabitants, , at close range, according to news "brought here by a runner today. The rhino, the second killed by the great American ex-president, was the largest killed in this sec tion in recent years. Roosevelt was riding in search of hippopotami when he came upon the great beast. A shot from his rifle wounded the rhino before and it took refuge in a thicket. Here Roosevelt fired five more ehots Into its body without appar ent effect. While he was maneuvering for an advantageous position for a seventh shot, the infuriated an imal crashed from the bushes and char...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 May 1909

SPORTING NEWS OF WHE WORLD TIGERS TAKE ANOTHER X/OCAIX KEEP UP WINNING BTRKAK BY DEFEATING INDIANS 5 TO 2—JOHNNY BENDER IS BRIGHT STAR OF THE GAMK. ENDER, the Tiger catcher, who put off get ting married this summer to that blue eyed girl of Spokane to play ball with Taco ma, will probab ly be forgiven when she reads 1' he record of the | ackstop here. Johnny is not the B whole show, but he is pretty near It. Monday he brought the fans to their feet with his spectacular double play In runing down two baserunners In a stretch, and yes terday Johnny, hammered the cover off the ball with a batting average of .750, getting a single, ■ home run and a double. All of -which helped to demonstrate that Tacoma ts still in the game and in cldentally that Brown's Indians should stay on earth and not get too chesty before they actually win the pennant. When the whole thing was over the score stood 5 to 2 in favor of Tacoma. Berger, the new pitcher, was given his first appearance in town. He did w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 May 1909

BIG CHURCH MEETING OPENS AT DENVER PRESBYTERIANS MEET TO OONWDBR ' MANY IMPORT ANT MATTERS—WILL DE BATE! DIVORCE PROBLEM. DENVER, Colo., May 19.—With the meeting of the foreign mis sionary conference in an all day session today, the one hundred and twenty-first general conference of the) Presbyterian church practically opened its annual session. While the conference proper does not open until tomorrow, there are nearly a thousand delegates al ready present. Beginning tomor row, the conference will hold its sessions until Sunday, May 30. The sessions will be held in the Cen tral Presbyterian church, Rev. Robert F. Coyle, pastor. The question probably attract ing the attention of the majority of the delegates at this time is the election of a new moderator to succeed Dr. B. F. Fullerton of Chicago. This election will be held at the opening session of the conference Thursday and Is con ducted by open ■ ballots. At pres ent the two leading candidates seem to be Rev. Howard Agnew Johnsto...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 May 1909

WM «. UT, MAT !• | THE TACOMA DAILY TIMES TAOOMA'I OWTY / HIUBO EVERY AFTBRXOOKC EXCEPT SUNDAY BY TUB TACOMA I OFFICE. 70S J'fS I INDBnQNDRKT I- '-"*>' THUGS PUBLISHING) COMPANY. I COMMIiIBCB ST. ;:; JOIWSPAPKR I i ■■<<»«« ■« <kc Taeoau, W«.h., Fml.l«<* a* aecaad Cl«»« Matter. [ TACOMA. ? lami ()■• Cn( Pn C>»7l M <>■«■ :j -"^<igqa^^s^_'•-.";•-'• PHAUFC* Butana Office Mali 7SS-AI7SS SEI* ■»«*> >r Curie* « M«lll Br Mull "UliCnjJl , rilUnlL3 KdM.rlal Drt. . »I.I« T*4-lITM la AMrmmam. ■!« Ma. »1J«I V—» —,7a * "vlll-tfl Clreulattoa «>«pt. Mia TW-AITM TBM TIMES OBTAINS THB OOMPLJDTE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE SUPPIJED BY THIS l^^ra^^lSS*^*"- -"V UNITED PRESS ASSOCIATIONS' LEASED WIKK. ' ... ,- ■■.', ': ■ '■ ' " ;■:■■ "Pill" Smokers Up Against the Arm of the Law Exit the clgaret. The new original code, which goes Into effect next month, promises to do away with thia rank offense against the olfactories, this perverter of youth. The old law, which simply pr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 May 1909

BATTLE ROYAL ON SPANAWAY CAR Tn a row last night between G. F. Bailey, street car conductor on the Spanaway line, and three 'women, Mrs. E. Powers, her daughter Edith and her sister, Mrs. John Newbonne. Mrs. Pow ers claims the conductor struck hi>r In the face and the man de clares she started a fracas by striking at him with a hatpin. Both parties appealed to the po lice, and the woman promised to lodge a formal complaint against her alleged assailant today. The woman boarded the out- Ibound car at Military road and presented return trip tickets from Spanaway park to Tacoma. They said th«y had gone out to pick flowera at Military road, intending RETIRING PRESIDENT OF MANUFACTURERS GETS A CHECK FOR $10,000 NEW YORK, May 19.—John JfClrby, jr., president of the Day ton Manufacturing company, was reported as the choice of the nom inating committee for president of the National Manufacturers' asso ciation, which is in session here. Klrby will succeed James W. Van Cleave, who refused ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 May 1909

I fA<>» iHwawnwDtf,' mat ft«« BVELY IN LINE FOR INDICTMENT, SAYS LEE OLTMPIA, May 19.--~When the legislature meets In special session it may impeach any officer, irres pective of whether the officer has been guilty of crime. \ In fact, he may be Impeached and thrown out of office when positively innocent of any offense known to the crim inal laws. All that Is necessary to put him out is that the house toy a majority vote prefer impeach ment charges and that two-thirds Of the senate vote aye on im peachment and there Is no appeal to the courts. According to As sistant Attorney General Lee, who JUST AN UNKNOWN HUSBAND OF A W ELL KNOWN WOMAN When Ethel Barrymore, the ac tress, took unto herself a husband, ■he took him on the road with her as a sort of honeymoon tour. At their first stop, she let him go ahead of her to the hotel desk end register. This is what he in scribed: "Russell Griswold Colt, wife and maid." Fifteen minutes afterward, the Clerk and the telephone girl were ka...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 May 1909

REAL ESTATE HALF PRICE TAKIHA AVE2VUH 1H lots on Yakima avenue, near I 48th; all improvements In, cleared, . graded and In lawn. Fries $175. MASON AVEXDK - ':. . ■ .8 lota facing on the Felt 11m and ' • good house ready to move Into. ■ Price $800; on terms of $2$ down • and $10 per month. U . - NEAR < VII LIMB S 5 acres of good timber land, H rille from Fuyallup car line. Price . ■ $325-. ■ ' 1 acre, 1 block from car line, near luiiiuit. good, high, level land ■ and good soil. Price $450; on terms : of $25 down and $10 per month. : WATEBFRONT [, -'i acres, splendid frtiit land, with ( - Bo large stumps and no bluff or hill, I : good location. Price $150 per acre; M en terms of $50 down and $10 per j■' month. . If BAR N. P. DEPOT '* 2 lots and a 26-room building ' bringing in- a good Income. Price I ' $13,000. Halt cash. < : We would advise our best friends [3 to buy any.of the above real estate. - .1. M. CURTIS A CO. 114 Bankers' Trust Bldg. y :••;;• •■• — • • One nunarea tftv...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 May 1909

frAfflß S. WKPDXBSDAT, MAT !• KNOCKOUT BLOW FOR TIOELAND CASE GOVERNMENT ■'■'> - WITHDRAWS &5g MORAL SUPPORT IN BUTT OF 3bBEDFORD AND CROSSCUT. TO m OBTAIN VALUABLE TAOOMA PROPERTY. ■ "■■■"■ ■• The wind wu knocked out of the Bedford tideland suit yester day <" afternoon, when " the - govern ment vat Washing-ton >J formally <withdrew from . the action ' and de clared jit would not be a party to an I appeall Sto ' the supreme court. Attorney E. E. : Cushman, who represented * some lof the . defend i ants, received ■ a telegram '' from ;Congressman Cuahman announc ing the hews, and declaring: "This coda that litigation." . • .. ■ ' .The latter statement may not be literally -true, for' Bedford just yesterday - mailed assignments *in error to Washington to appeal the case to the supreme court. ?vi; If he takes it up now, however, fc» wilt do so against the advice of the ' attorney j general and with out 1 the | co-operation * of" the - in terior department and the with d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 May 1909

Page 4 Erery Day Of fen Some Interesting Articles for tht Women Readers VOL. «. NO. ISH 500 FACE DEATH IN op Liner Is Caught in Ice Floes and May Go to Pieces —Passengers in Danger ST. JOHNS, N. R, May 20. —Five hundred passen-. gers aboard tKe liner Mon golian, which is'caught in an ice floe off this port, are in danger of losing their lives today. The position of the liner changed at 10:30 o'clock this morning and the p •& ■ sengers, who until that time were believed to be in no danger, are now threat ened with death. There is no chance of sending help from here and the only hope is that the ship will be able to ex-' tricate herself and make j her way to sea. Fear isjl expressed that the ship j I will be pounded to pieces ■ by the huge ice floes. The Mongolian was caught in the ice while on her way to Halifax. That her officers are confident that they will be able to get their ship out of her present dangerous posi tion is demonstrated by the fact that no signals of distress h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 May 1909

SPORTING NEWS OF THE WORLD I TACOMA FAILS DOWN LO6KS THIRD GAME OF THE BERTHS WITH SPOKANE OH ERRORS. LAFLIN twice yesterday had a chance to carve his name into the adament of glory and save the day for the Tigers, but he waived aside the honors with three weak swats -at thin air each time, and so the chronicler or baseball has to re cord humiliating defeat for the Rubs Hall crowd by a score of 4 to J. It was in the third Inning that Bender laid out a nice two-bagger and Kippert and Swain got passes. With three on bases and two out, Claflin fanned the cool air of Athletic park and the side retired. Again in the sixth when Spokane had tied up the score, K'ppert hit safe and Swain got first on an er | r»t '■ of Brown. Two were then Watting to come home and again Otaflin swept the breeses with his b*t. It was both sad and dis astrous. Tkwre were chance* nearly ' every Inning for Tacoma to score kilt the boys failed to solve the j delivery of Holm, when hits meant i something. Baker pit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 May 1909

DOGS WILL BRING BIG REVENUE NOW CITY ADOPTS ORDINANCE IN CREASING LICENSE ON CAN INES. Have you a dog? Then hustle to the city treasur er and get a license. It will cost $2 for a male and $5 for a fe male. If your dog Is caught o'i the street after June 1 without a license tag he will be Jailed and you will be subject to a fine as high as $50. If the dog ever hit anybod/ kill him. He will be classed as vicious and allowing him to go on the street will cost you $50. Special provisions are made to Runaway Girl Captured BVENTEEN-YEAR-OLD OHE HALIS GIRL TAKEN INTO CUSTODY HERE. Grown tired of the humdrum, monotonous Hfe in the littte vill age, and with a brain filled with bright colored dreams of the gay life In big cities a 17-year-o.ld girl, daughter of an old and -<s speeted family of ChehaMa sud denly left home and on complaint to Sheriff Urquhart of Lewis coun ty the parent* succeeded In hav ing the child caught as she was stepping off the Northern Pacific train in Tacoma yester...

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