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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 May 1909

_HM* *» fPHIPAT, MAY — THE TACOMA DAILY TIMES ■■■'■•■ W*teo£*M iM {MA-*Sm MiflW^o?XJ/r.M f%>s%Murf7% M M-* M mf.,' Mi* /«.« «—#k^.»>^; •:■;....,. : \ i fuimut nmT iraRT Arnmitoow bzcbpt Sunday by the tacoma \ orricni ( _M« Mi ■ JSnUtDBIVr TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. \ COMMERCE) ST. JnfwaPAPBUB EiOnl at «»• Taeoma. Wash., Putofdra a. Seeaad Claaa M»ttw, \ TACOMA. ■anaat Am Ont Pn Cmri SS Oat. > /~ DUAIIFCi B««ta*aa Office Mala Tff-AJJH i is£££ ris?.r«i; tv.a?g.''T M. °^i^» PIMWIS. ssa i:;^ p*fc.-.vj,«::» ia m—■ TTMIM aOUT Area > THH i COMPLETE GRAPHIC i NEWS \ SERVICE \ SUPPLIED :BY [ THE UNITED PRESS ASSOCIAT IONS' LEASED WIRE. _ An Editorial for Boys and Girls This it an editorial specially (or the boys pad (Iris at school Buppose that long about now you boys gat to looking out the window at the sunshine •ad thinking what fun ltd be to get out your fishing pole and Blip down to the river, to throw oft roar clothes and dive Into the cool water. teems pretty hard to study, ...

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. — 20 May 1909

ASKS PROBE OF ALLSTATE OFFICES OLYMPIA, May 20. — In re- Wponse to a request from State Auditor C. W. Clausen the legisla tive investigation committee, when It resumed work here yesterday began an investigation of Clau sen's office. Representative W. A. Beach of Mason county, filed charges with the committee against the state college authorities and against all other state depart ments, which created deficiencies, asking that ev«ry public officer against whom even a suspicion of wring doing has been suggested be Investigated and either evonerated or put out of office. STEEL FIRE TUG FAVORED BY COUNCIL The council last night decided to build a ateel fire tug, If it builds any, and Fred A. B&Uin of I* irt- Jand wae hired to draw plan 3. He 1b to g»t 2% per oent of me <-o i. of a 'boat, and the total outlay will be limited to $00,000. Following the making of plans it is expected the council will put the whole proposition up to the Northern Pacific and other water front Interests...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 May 1909

FAGK a, THURSDAY, MAY *» SUPERIOR JUDGE RESCUES TWO' FRIENDS (By United Press Leased Wire.) SAN RAFAEL., Cal., May 20.— State Senator E. B. Martinelll and Attorney James W. Keyes of this city, today owe their lives to Judge T. J. Lennon of the superior court of Mar In county. Judge I*ennon is negotiating for the purchase of a ■team launch and yesterday in vited Martlnelli and Keyes to try the craft. Keyes and Martlnelli volunteered to row to the launch, which was moored in the creek, and bring her in. In th middle of the channel - the row boat cap •iced. Throwing off his coat and shoes Lennori plunnged into the water and after a desperate struggle pulled .his friends ashore. The three men, exhausted by their ef forts, were taken to their homes. LODBE TEAMS FORM LEAGUE A Fraternal Baseball League, composed of six local lodges, has been formed in the city and will open its series the latter part of next week. The lodges to be rep resented In the league will be the Modern Woodmen of Am...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 May 1909

REAL ESTATE On* Hundred Usaiina dollar* I . ■ting spent for Improvements In I ; Central Park now. Come, see; lota I - • 17b up. With Improvements, only I I ■10 down and 15 per month. Get oft - So. Taeom*, car at 38th and II sti ; •trice one block west am Hon-.d ; Investment Co. Tour money placed with the Ta : coma Security Co. will pay you II per cent. Amounts taken from $25 P. Start account and Bee how It ' *rußt*B?d r" R°°m 32021 Bankers' The most critical time In the bat •'•,;' H£e> '■ when a man has to decide whether he will build a home or pay rent. Let us show you our beautiful addition and explain our proposition before you decide, fit I monthly will buy a beautiful llttl< '■■ fi? me \.. Don't put it off. If you <J> the other fellow will not. and we ■ ? T*. nave I, few more choice lot» v In the last clone-In addition to T» epma. Call at 920 Pacific Aye. dill j Home Investment Company. p i -_ H _^—^—_____ , 6 acres good land, close to good , school and new town, on...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 May 1909

rAOB B, TH-BBPAY, MAY » ATTEMPT TO WRECK CI SERVICE FAILS X ilftK t CHIEF; M 1 AIiEVV AGAIN: IfIfISUSTAINED AND PLAYING' WmP^M. POLITICS *-'■ IN; HIS -2 DM -I^3 PARTMENT ■ MUST 1 COME TO AN END. -\\r. Onoe more the attempt to wreck W& the i civil service '-. In Taooma has failed. When I the * roll call ■: was ;' made isiif last night on the question of oust tffling Fire Chief; George .; McAlevy the vote stood 9 to 7 in his favor. iS Lynn, Jamieson ' and, Russell % dc s jv, serted : the ; ranks of the partisan wire-pullers In l<the Interest of re storing harmony 'in . the Ore de TACOMA PRINTERS ELECT O.N MILLER DELEGATE TO INTERNATIONAL MEETING O. N. Miller, one of the best known printers In Tacoma, was yesterday elected to represent the Taooraa Typographical union at Its International convention, which convenes at St. Joseph, Mo., in August. The privilege of repre senting the printers at their an nual gathering is no small honor, and the clean and gentlemanlike campaign which...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 May 1909

btcratbf AHicles for tU Womem Readers VOL. «. NO. 1» FIRST SQUADRON OF JAPANESE-AMERICAN FLEET IS HERE 'IS SHOT BY RECKLESS iff {AM 11 t Contractor's Foreman Is " Wounded^ by Highway- J >j man Who Holds Up; Potomac Bar.' ' : Carl Glook, foreman for the Const Contracting company, lies at the Fannie Paddock hospital with a bullet wound In his back, the Potomac hotel saloon Is short ♦ 7 In its cash account and the police have been busily engaged today chasing down all manner of clues, m the result of a daring outlaw's holdup of the Potomac saloon at 10:10 o'clock last night. The bandit, a tall lanky man, who Is believed to hare sat at one of the »aloon tables throughout the early hours of the evening, an nounced his return through a rear door by firing polntblack Into the crowd. A Close Share. The bullet struck Glock In the right side, plowing its way through the flesh of his back and finally lodging between two ribs on th*> left aide. After firing the shot the robber compelled t...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 May 1909

iy^^y^^^^rp\j > y^y ■Hilt CELLAR rSJKE MORE LOO AM. AH, TO HIT THE J |. aPOKAKH ;'. ' TWIRUSR n AND LOBB GAMB 4 TO 8. '^■■jp --■; IOLTSNT and vol- Wi&m!>W'% uable Mir. Brown •i .^■^»r'^ of the Indian* '*- - m Si raved and storm- Ji^ Tied at tine bone ■:iSk^Kroß headed I '■ playing 'Sr^ibww JB of -; th Spokane V^sxN%#K.7i tribe ; i yesterday, ;fe^-^> J hSK/« when ft it ' looked wRwSSni good '' for 5b t«°°- of v Np^VM jfche peculiar con- «?■ of ®?i his 'much-touted; and i sure-thing ;■ pen ; JUMtt winers. But !he might ! have : saved his wind « for, while Mr. ■ Gregg, the 1 elongated ■,; school-boy ; twlrtsi, enticed the Tigers with a '' Crsmt * Tarleijr . ■ of | free , passes 1 and bad the game hanging la < the bal : anoe |, lie,: was $ only fooling 1 | and, When the crucial moment came, he limply fanned the i heavy swatters at Mr. H»U'c outfit and sent them : to 1 th* f «Hibhou«e I sputtering ; and ajssnalng { their | teeth I over H what ; might f have i occurred S i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 May 1909

' BL^^^L^^^b^diACT Iwiv ■! GIRL WALLOPS THIEF WITH BASEBALL BAT ■ PLPOKT i SERVANT FORCES fe THIEF iV TO £' DROP ;' • 92,000 WORTH OF JHWKI/ltY AND if^FJtdJHB FOB HIS LJFB. ;<:•"; £ (Bt United Press Leased Wire.) !\ SEATTLE, May 21.~JI\here Is a -battered and disgusted burglar In . this city today who without doubt •has made a solemn tow never to I again engage in his nefarious pur j suit until he has first ascertained I that no athletic servant clrl lurks f about the premises. „♦ -. , "j< | .Miss Clara Anderson,! a servant j in the employ ;of Leo 8. Schwa »toacher, president of « «he ■ Schwa- I toacher Hardware company, , was CONSOLIDATION PIANO SALE D. S. Johnston Co. to Become Eilers Music House %A bbbbbbbbW '—This is ovir biggest effort. ■-:-.«■-■ > .^:/.'-.-:-;"^^^^^ F-sr>^^^^^^k ",,, ■: -.;■'■ ■ ■■■■■• -.'• '' $^f-^^P^L»[ •—This is our biggest it has no aW W^ •—So far as we know it lias no ''-^ll^s^Bßßßf'''' -- '"'■ sP 1 equal in any respect. ™fr m ■>£'- ;J-.- _...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 May 1909

J»*^aW*^B*_#*#>"»»»*'■ ■<lpa»fl' stro^r »t tm taooha j orritWl*^at <a . ■ 'T« -^.^. .<«< tIM niBUMIM OOMPIRT, •■!-•■■• ■ -;^ - ■*..;.,• ,1 ooMMJsmciiNC! ■MWOVbT d Sit tfc> T»mia, W—fc, NUalflw ■ ■»«—t Oi— ■■Ww, { TAOOHA. ■. tssKtASr^xLWsSi «gSEfc> PHONES: «i»^ ssTsttsif mmm +mm OBTAIKt' «m OOMPLHTB TBLH GRAPHIC HEWS SRRVIOa BUPPLIKD BY TUB raHSißkSs. i p"PM)FR"M ASBOCIATIOHB' LBABKD WIRE. -,> •.,-.;■■-',;•■-,,-■ -,v-. m I T&eoraa, the Electric City H| | Tacoma has an opportunity ol becoming |H I irortd renowned as the electric city. |H ' Inventive genius has made cooking and heat- Hi t Ing by electricity practicable and the reduction '[. Of rats* by City Electrician Lauzon for domestic Bk aje has given Tacoma a great opportunity. jßi ' M present rates cooking by electricity will Blj •as cheap Cor many In this city as with gas, Bfil i **l °r wood. There Is no comparison as to con* gsjeace. With electricity there is no dirt, no NBj ' waste, no odor and perf...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 May 1909

. RETIRING FROM BUSINESS '• "*''■' : ■■' "■ • ■'■' ''" * •'"•"''' ' ' ' ' ■ ; .. ■■■■■^w ■■■■■v '■^■■^■■■■W . - j ( ;\ „ . "^»|«^OTr^^^^^^^^raw^ra ' ~* '^ ■■" & ~a- ''■.■*,-■*■ * ' * ' -■ ■ ■■■-1 -. ■*'%i - hhl iBilH HhWOTH HhH hlhtlil h^h^H "'' ■■ ■**'■■ ■ ■ ■ :i~ *■ • y *^]J' r' r' ■ *—' ■"'*" <. -■ '*■■■' ■ • *.. -» i r Sale Begins Tomorrow, pa. m. . *:.- ' /" ' ■". - ■■'• ■!■ ■' ■ s'.' •.•--' .-■ x •■■■■•■'•. ■■.•■'.■•-.-■■■ . ".^.X :■ ■■■ -' ■"■*•'".. .V:._i.l*j_ \^^il^=ilji__i-L^_l_^i_^±_i_l-l^lA*_il!^ll_l_-1_.1.''....- .*:' ' ' * ;' ' ' ' ■-' ■■ ' '-," ■ ■'■: : • -:' '■■ ■■> ' ' ,"■■ j ■''.■.;■■■ ■.•:.-.,'. •■--■ ■?'.},;.,■ -;?!'^Vl,; After twenty years of active service in the furniture business, C. E. Horton of the Horton Furniture Co., '■/ will retire from the field. But his going will long be remembered by the Greatest Price Cutting Sale 7 ever held in this city. You can buy any article of furniture at this sale for less than factory cost. j?| ' To completely cl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 May 1909

Saturday and Monday i Cedar Screen Doors m TSfs I 1 Cedar 3 Screen "■ Doors, made : with " mortised, ten ;. ,t,;.« i■V ,It ? I oned Joints, making a. frame unsurpassable for jPHLawIL ' I strength and durability, 2-6x6-6 size spec 91.M ,! [iT'lTl fij > L And l-lsl-l, ipeclal ;:.;....;..v.'smo ■•'.■• p«^-,-,^i „ ■ These price* .tor Saturday and Monday only. :*; ' ,\ 't^ftk'l f ajaiaijllajs^a^B^BSfla^Bßßa^a^h^B^Bß^s^hsi^^^M j ' ._ . p I I Adjustable I ;!^HB|H|||H. : Window ' I ; BaBH BmKbiIICSIIi iB Adjustable Window. Screens I ■^^■■^t^BM^HiflliSaWlHsMlllttlfsl absolutely' fly proof, size I aBBBBBBB^BBBBBsBEI(siSSIttJmiiCttpiSIiM ' 18*2<>. extending to 13 In. I 1 MMNM||i|il|f|lHH|l special .. .V.'".. .* .V r... We r I I^B^B^B^SB^^^^Sa^nT^iA^^i^^' I i^^B ■^™,Jo; Lamp Stoves of » reliable grade at a saving. , ■ ■■■■■■■■■■ We Invite the test of comparison. One bin - I ■■■■■■■■■■ ncr lamp stove, ' 4-lnch wick. r Special .'. .Me iSI ■•SSfe'i.' A two-burner, 4-Inch wick. Special ......

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 May 1909

HHW»^ REAL ESTATE £*'-$ Oii» unar*«l iff li.>mu<l '?9 aollara i*. h«ln« ya, «U far !* lamraMMi la ... Central. Patk now. i Come. •*•; lota mi with Inpravenjeata. only i', fit dan and If par month. Get o9 :/ 80. TaMaaTeal at Mlhind II eta.; •trice < m bl*«k weal OUI Bmm Investment ; Cot v_,*v.,-. y.-^rivra?**'' ■ . ♦?-"•■-■* ■-" 'f "^i "''ljt'-' •y*-."..^-:'-v.*:~*i i X-^.^W^K-i-.** •;.'" *■ " "--'-. - -'. ' PW Tour ■ money , planed ! with the Ta '- * «ome • Bseiirlty Co. will pay you II ',' Pfr; out t Xjhounta taken from ill up. B*art Sooountand ■•« hftw It ■ - will trow. ■ Room 320-11. Bunkers' Trust Bid* ..--^ r.;»^,;~<:~ .{ '•'Tha most or.ttr.l tin* In the bat s'tie of ml, M when 1 man hal to U ■eclde whafkerha wlltbOlld a HTinle S! "V. r*nt, At' v" snow you our ■1 D«autfrul kdd|T!on and efplaln our < proposition before. >»« leolde. ill ! Monthly will \ur a beautiful lltUn ,:■ h6me. Do« puf It off. If you i » t the other fallow will ■. not. an« we • ■ only v hav...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 May 1909

nl A n|tl|||lAE| I UV HUUBKWUHK) IUU mn 1MB," BATS HUSBAND, I COOKING IB BAD. ' ".■' #T. LOUIS. Mo., May 11.—"I ss-:ta Ad ; th« ) housework," said tor Johnson, the day after he tried Miss ;• Elisabeth- Gillies. PQ wash the dishes, do the cook pi and sweeping. ; You had better out and get a Job." Hi said all this and more, too, •rdtag to Mrs. Johnson, whose loft for divoroe on the» ground W oi-support was , taken fe under ■mnent by Judge Hitchcock. . "What do i you think of that?'.' At* Mr*. Johnson. rm "Why, I § Overstocked « I Sale \ I FREIBERG'S I M 937 C Street 5 I —=_ *■» See our bargain;tables for the greatest *• money saving event ever offered to the \| |p§j|dies; of Tacoma. : ;;.- __ j _.- /' ; . ■.' -.: ■. . *i' Suits (tailored) ~i— ■ 010 r ft ™ reg. values $25.00 ;il?#| .. plZi 3l) \| ijjf Suits (tailored) At) A It A \k reg value $40.00 ........ ... 0/UiUU Tk X Suits (tailored) :^ 000 CD »i 7f reg. value $50.00 O/Zi JU '* w U iifr A splendid showing of Linen Suits, Tail- *i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 May 1909

Page 4 Every Day Offers Some Interesting Articles for tht Women Readers TTCI,. 0. NO. 129 ATTORNEY HELD FOR THEFT Fugitive Lawyer From Lincoln, Neb., Arrested In Seattle for Steal ing $6,000 in Cash and Diamonds. BEATTI..E, May 22.—Clad In overalls, soft shirt and cap, Jos epih H. Storres, Harvard graduate, brilliant campaign orator and law yer, was arrested here today as a fugitive from Justice. Storres, ■wiho was known in Seattle as Jos eph H. McCarthy, la wanted In Lincoln, Neb., to explain the dis appearance of % 5,000 in cash and diamonds valued at $1,000, which were placed in bis care when he was appointed administrator of the estate of Mrs. Helen A. Horn, an aged widow, who died under peculiar circumstances. When, last February, Storrese was to have appeared in court to give an acooumtlng of the property under his charge, ihe disappeared and the police of Uinofln have since sought to gain some trace of h.ifl whereabouts. When •arrested today Storres had little ito Bay except ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 May 1909

*M*m % gATPBPAT. MAT M SPORTING NEWS OF THE WORLD TIGERS BUMPED AGAIN IV POOR EXHIBITION OP HAI.Ii PLAYING, TACOMA LOSES TO SPOKANE 9 TO 8. EKHAN, the fotnky local boy who has pitched such great ball In amateur ranks, donned a 'Tiger ault yester- Iday and the pace '■he set was re markable. In fact the game 'was a pitcher's battle — not to see who could pitch the best but who could do the worst 7 And the result was About a stand-off.' : ■;-. '■■-;■ ..»;> ■---'■ |*j Oeebaiii I pawed serea, starting (our innings by giving . the , first tan up his bate. In addition to |fhi* b* balked and passed a man | ton* I from % third | base when • ha Was i the * only | man on \ base. v-x The 1 10 ; hits of the Indians was merely Incidental < to the other features. ' ■V^But; Jensen, the much-touted! •outhpaw of the Indian tribe, went Geehan one better on passes.'-i He ?' Care I ef«ht. v". •. Tanoma ~' got % 7 . hits h bat 1 the i Tigers "*% had:;, ■ plenty. of |*ha»oes to .win the game. In the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 May 1909

WENATCHEE BRIDGE SALE HELD UP ATTORNEY GENERAL SAYS STRUCTURE WILL BE USE LESS IP PURCHASED BY THE STATE. . . ; OLYMPIA, May 22.—Purchase of ..... - v.euatchee bridge by the state has been delayed because of a flaw that has been descovered in ■ the title by | the attorney general. An abstract of the title shows tha the approach of-this bridge crosses the Great Northern right-of-way, and that the bridge was construct- Ed under an easement from the railroad company, which may be revoked at any time on thirty days' notice. In passing on the title the attorney general says: "The bridge will be utterly use less to the public without this ap proach, and while the state might condemn a right-of-way and secure a perpetual easement, It should not be called upon to do so when it is paying full value for the bridge." The company is asking the state to pay $18 2,207 for the bridge, which it says, originally cost $178, --233. St. Jean's Orchestra for good dance music. M.7390, A 4390. •• WHEN YOU...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 May 1909

PMBi 4, AATCBZ>AT. MAX M mmtmTAcom daily times ; JMMUi«Mti;| 'iiion> RvntTArTßMooif bzcept icndat by thb taooiu I orncici 7« maraßDßNi ::■■■■■- ■ -<-• timubs rvMusaixo comfajit.^>-r- - . -.••..■ \ comiibiicH'«x. . ■■!«■»« nt tfc» Tm—■. Wu>, F—fXti— — ■«—< Clw M»H<f. | TACOMA. tA>«Oirl.T I IMCTBD ITOT AFTBSKOON BXCBPT IVIDAY BY THB TACOMA I orPIOBi T« ■HDBNt TIMBS PUHLISftUNU COMPANY. I COMMBBCB ST. rjkrmm ■»«—4 ■« tfc» t« ■■■»■. w—>» r—utn— — <——« ci— Matfr. 1 tacoma, MBaaCk Carrier Malli By Mall .. I llj[[llTlJllMl . rllllll[3. Rdllorlal Deft . Mala TM-AI7M •—■a. »1« Mfc <I^»| Yaar H. 7» "^jgjjaE* ■ ■ ■Vila-*?. c<reM |. tl «, £ c ,«. M-te T>a -AIT«3 ID TIMKS OBTAINS THK OOMPL.KTK TBLK GRAPHIC NEWS SBItVICE SUPPLIED BY THB toteiif/si'' ■-■>• >■:.: UNITED PRBBS ASSOCIAT IONS' UUgßD.Wlß«.r;:<>iVV;'iV.*^:-,.V--■ ■•.V-"y4: Do Something Wiseacres at Washington predict that the tariff session of congress win not. be concluded before the m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 May 1909

B^V HBj29^Hii9Efl^9B ■^ST^SKm^p Mte^^^^^^TC\^«tftflfiflßfl^BM6ff3ssL^ff^yfl3K^gj^y^B^jßgw ■ SS SHk<y^^*y/v> 3gMßH^BMfjnßsjyit^BrjpKßjipjigßßpy^ AT THE TACOMA. i Lithe and cat-like, possessed of a wonderful personality and a still more monderful magnetic Influ ence, which "off. the-stage" ap pears to vanish and , leave her nothing more than a mere wisp of a girl with a peculiar foreign ac cent, Madame Alia Nazimova ap peared In Tacoma for the first time at the Taooma theater last night, and used her charm to bowl over the members of her large au dience as though they were so many nine-pins. That Nazlmova would score a triumph here as she has done wherev«r American audience have had the opportunity to see her, was practically foretold when the en gagement was first announced, but that she would be so dramatically perfect, so intensely realistic, and withal so simple and care free, was never expected. The large theater was filled last night, and the talented actress seemed to tak...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 May 1909

»AA* ftATITRnAT. MAT 90 BIG MERGER OF DRY GOODS HOUSES? Mystery Surrounds '.Formation of ■ ;•*•:,': $51,000,000 - Company in •' P^t.^^--v New .York. iVi -;•. ;■■ •":? NEW YORK, May 22.—Great •ecreey Is maintained by the incor (porators of the United Dry Goods companies of New, York and no in timation of the object of the form ation of the enormous company, or the Identity of Its stockholders I was given out ' today. Papers of incorporation were filed yesterday sat ' Dover, Del., by representatives of the legal'firm of Gould & WU kie of New York. : Its capital stock to 5551,000,000. ' • ; According to the general belief, the, corporation is a combination ?of many, of the greatest dry goods ! houses of. this and other Eastern 1 cities. John Claflin," of the H. B. Claflln | company, Is the j head of the concern. He also i'« president 'of the "Associated Merchants' com pany, composed of many big East ern establishments. " 'M \ _—. MASQJERADOR OUT ON BAIL p:Sf George t Hanson, ' arre...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 May 1909

REAL ESTATE One nunarea * tr.ou«ana ifollars feeing spent (or Improvements la Central Park now. Come, see; lots . • 176 - up, with Improvement!, only •10 down and 16 per month. Get oft 80. Tacoma oar at SSth and M sts ; •fflce one block west. 011 l Horn* Investment Co. P.-'---'-- :■ ■< ' - ' ' ■ Tour money placed with the Ta coma Security Co. will pay you 12 per cent. Amounts taken from $25 ■ up. Start account and see how It Will grow. Room 320-21 Bankers' Trust Bldg. The most critical time Tn the bat tle of life. Is when a man has to decide whether he will build a home Or pay rent. Let us show you our beautiful addition and explain our proposition before you decide. $15 monthly will buy a beautiful llttlfi home. Don't put It off. If you 6 > the other fellow will not. and we only have a few more choice lots In the last close-in addition to Tn coma. Call at 920 Pacific Aye. Gill .Home Investment Company. 5 acres (rood land, close to good School and new town, only $115. Tour own...

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