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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 May 1909

_■. yACOi t *,?: BATPBDAYti- MAY M k IL S. NOT BACK OF GRAFT F GHTERS? HUN HE '• SI/APPED HARD BY ADMINISTRATION THROUGH IiATEST ACTION IN CAT* HOUN CASE.;■;-;•/^: v -i/.v'■;-; \f (By United YPress Leased Wire.) §fef WASHINGTON, 'D. C, May .22. •—Francis SJ. " Heney will : not S re mire ; th« same . support '■ from I the ■ j present administration that he did "while President Roosevelt held of |,:-« flee. If the f Impression ' prevalent *;> todayf*; among i the : prosecutor's yM friend here is correct. v The Im ** J pression was created " ; by the " an *fyi •/Otiaoemeot i, that. the : department |*j Of-, justice | had ■ sent to , San Fran ?- * dsoo: complete 1 copies .of , the rec ords of Heney*B entire ; legal j con nection | with the federal govern t*-^j pent on :• request of . Patrick Cal- Jioun and his New York attorneys. Attorney General Wlckersham, Sf*f In. addition to sending the original copies of the salary bills | and vouchers, which he secured from t|.s'the... treasury...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 May 1909

fCT ONLY AMERICAN CORRESPONDENT "WITH COL. ROOBEVEIVT IS REPRESENT . ';•"• ' ING THE UNITED PRESS—THAT'S WHY *-1 THE TIMES GETS MOST NEWS CONCERiN- A/jt '"'r'"- INFGTHE GREAT AFRICAN HUNTING TRIP. VOL. 0. NO. 180 CANNON BOOM WELCOME TO MIKADOS SHIPS GREAT CITY MARKET S PLANNED Move On Foot To Erect ai Immense Trading Place To Cover Block of Space—Scheme Popular PRESENT HMUT GROWING RIPIDLY The public market has regained its activity *and is growling faster tfhan ever. Seventy-five feet of space was added to th« south end of the market last week and a lot of newprivate stalls were built. By tfhe time local berries arrive It is expected the market Will reach nearly to Thirteenth street. So great hms the interest become in the enterprise that discussion is now turning to the erection of a permanent market for the d!ty. The present street marke, has demonstrated that the people want A market and the advantages of it cxc now being boosted in an effort ' to get a permanent building. "The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 May 1909

TODAY'S SPORTING 'NEWS FIT TWO TOJHE [fIOERS'' MAKE POOR SHOWING IN tTIXMING contests OP M gKRIUH ■. HKRK—IXXSK i FIVE OBT OP : SEVEN. *>-: Ki :y-^V ■■."-""■■ •«. « II ft NORTHWEST LEAGUE. I Standing. I I F^@X?: -;■■'■- Won Lost Pet 1 Seattle 7..... . 26 '„ 10 ; .728 I I Spokane 22 15 .594 I I Portland .... 16 19 ■■'- .457 I I Aberdeen .... 15 20 : .429 t II • Vancouver ... 14 21 .400 I I Tacoma v;.'... 14 •■';22: .389 J g^v:^:-^-:■-■.. -••■ :- -^ F P in the air from • Klart "■ to finish, the t; Tigers.'-, had no chance to win ] against '•■ the .. In dians - yesterday and ] so - Spokane took | occasion ] to show i the Tigers up In their loose and .' Inefficient ball »■ playing •: to the tune of 11 to 1. -:■':*■ ■■;;■: ■ • Coming on the , eels of four , I her * defeats . Ui.» was rubbing it fln pretty , strong, ■■ making the series 5 to 2 , in favor of the visitors. ;■ Charley Swain, , who has been } trying to '• play necond baße and < tabling miserably, went back to •> the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 May 1909

TO FIGHT FOR HETTY GREEN'S MILLIONS BATTLE WILL OVERSHADOW All. OTHER FAMOUS WILL • CONTESTS. - (By United Press Leased Wire.) NAPA, Cal., May 24.—The will disposing of $100,000,000 fortune .of Hetty Green, the wealthiest woman in the world, Is to be con tested by the descendants of the "Howlands of Round Hill," New Bedford, Mass., living in this city and in Oakland, according to an announcement made today. The contestants will base their claim upon the original will of Sylvia Ann Howland, whose trust bequest . to Hetty Green is alleged to have ~ been the foundation of her im mense fortune. Among those whom it la an WOMAN ACCIDENTALLY KILLS HER BROTHER SPOKANE, May 24. —While shooting at a target at Bonner's Ferry, Idaho, Sunday afternoon, Mrs. Stephen Shields shot and killed her little brother, little Johnny Sullivan, aged 12 years. Mrs. Shields was shooting at a tar • get and just as she fired the little fellow ran past the target. The bullet struck him in the right breast killing...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 May 1909

ifi'h—>rsTiirr t "*-""~ i*-^^-—- ■Hrr^ i -—- 1 ~——'— ***"" ■ 1 mSOmnZBn I fm» rvBLUMiNa osmpany. I oommibmcb st ■■ ! ■btwwamST j irissn mt tfc» ftwi, wisrtw gestoffl— — ■■■■■< ci— ■■«—> \ tacoma. Wi'*^- - - .*—,.»— n—. — nil Z^HbH^Z DHAUFCI ■■■«■•«• OfS)«* Mala TSS-AI7SS i^«h to ithlm ■> Moll MF IM^ifIBQBBB SFSHb ■. HUll A_'aK Wil»»l*«l P«»t.. . Mala ' fMMLITH , JLjffTITT Ste^lwjsiT»Z?S«!T» "^»bTbS^ IWV"tJ' t 1r..Ut10«D,,«. M*m TSS-AUM f_' rrt j tim« ' nwTAiwa ' THB oomplbti: tkugbaphio NEWS BEIIVICE spppijkp BY thh~ ■Hi ■ UNITED PRESS ASSOdAT IONS' IiKASKD WIRE. Tragedy of Gray Hairs More men are dyeing their hair nowadays tfcsß women. This is a startling statement, but any drag gist whose shop Is 1b the Industrial center of »ny of our great cities will confirm it. There Is a reason, of course. And U'b not Witty. They hare to dye their hair to hold their Job*. It's the era of the young man in business. Mid gray hair turns state's evidence against the Bfaa-O rowing-Old. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 May 1909

mmmm 1 RETIRING FROM BUSINESS r"1a"-j^Mg?'' li v jhh AN AVALANCHE f3%^fc ■i^n V/l JL#XjLmx.VJLjriLJil iHNllErl % l i <95> ""'Mil 4 I Were you at the opening '..Saturday? The Horton w^^'w4|t' -~m — Furniture Company waited on hundreds of pleased liS^^^H| 111 111 customers. The wonderful collection of bargains ™^l^ V» |i Till Iff are a 'Sn * or Bargain Hunters. MPtL All Next Week PI IB I^B'":'>' * ViaSlH'S •^^ We have made preparation for extra inducements. iiT^WB " j^3^, We have that odd piece of furniture that you need ramJiijpL iWli a suc^ aow fi£ure that you will be amazed at the ±,-J^ V ffliOiJi price-cutting. At this sale you can pick up any . , |1 W^M^j&m article of furniture at less than ~ CS-^SS plffl : Factory Prices ]1 p | ' And you have your choice from a $75,000 stock of high grade goods that m simply must be closed out in thirty days. We don't care what it costs us. The furniture must be sold. C. E. Horton is retiring from business. flflp^S " S Jl 1111 Every...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 May 1909

HAMMOND TURNS DOWN TAFTS OFFER (By United Press Leased Wire.) WASHINGTON, D. C, May 24. •—John Hays Hammond today de clined the post of United States minister to China. Hammond Visited President Taft at the White Hauee early today to give bis decision. FEDERAL COURT TO OPEN WEDNESDAY I $g&,The'; federal court will convene Jtere .Wednesday at which ttane the •frcuit court calendar will be vailed > and 'cases will be assigned, %? excepting condemnation f oases. .The condemnation cases are all ;%! Iferoutfht by th« N. P. railway and .bear on the Narrows line and the % {company ii« dot ready to try them yet. &#.iit.«.-; ,a :-v? •■ >;:•'■:■ ■ r ■ -■• Sif^The Jury will be here June 2 to begin business, at which time fudge Donworth will take up his II Ant' active trial experience. IS SEMI TO g£ THE REFORMATORY §&& Olga Nelson, recently arrested i after taking $400 of her mother's Money and running away to El lensburg tin (company with ; two young men, was today senten...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 May 1909

Musical Twins First Job Nets Them Big Price PHIL. 808. TOLEDO, 0., May 22. —How would you like to be the Cochrane brothers of Chicago, who have just received a check for $ 14,400 for four songs—and for their first efforts in the musical line, by the way? It would be more interesting to say the "Musical Twins," as they are called, wrote in a garret, lived on crusts and hawked their pro ductions from publisher to publish er, only it would not be true, so romance gets it where Amanda grabbed the pulle"t. The first man who heard the "Musical l'wins' " songs cornered them. His name is Carl Laenimle, who went to Chicago with $2000 he had saved in the clothing busi ness, invested in the moving pic ture business and is now piling up the cash. I^aemmle met Phil and Bob Corhrane, heard the former hum a catchy air, suggested it would make a popular song and a few minutes later read the words which are now known as "The Love Bug." Then and there Leammle contracted for four compositions and sign...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 May 1909

TACOMA NO LONGER ONE RAILROAD TOWN BFIRST ; TRAINS iIjKAVB OVER ISS GREATINOKTHBUN ; ROAD— •—MEW DEPOT IN USE. y; : . >:^: fpE&*S"£'-i«3i -«$; ——■"l'*s"; -" '*..-'»I.S §B§VAt; exactly: 7:10 o'clock yester ?-t iftay , morning Taooma ceased to be B m "one-^rallToad | town." • For lat that Wane the Great Northern fast st mail,' the > Drat train other than a ■ Northern Pacific ever to leave Ta »' coma, pulled out ' from | the | new V. temporary depot on * Dock street, i: and thundered across the head of the bay on k« way to the Twin iOttles.^^...^ •■". ,• c:,,,-...;.U i.V \ tp&Th* sew H!1) schedule went Into v; effect at midnight Saturday, night, ;■ I •nd ; trains " left by the new \ time card I an ; though * the«system v had never been changed. ■: Promptly at .^IS; o'clock Saturday might the old ii depot at -'. Eighteenth > and f Pacific ||was s pot , out 'of ■ commission, and w the: new i structure Hat ; Twentieth and Dock streets was thrown open fStoriuse.y^W', ''v V...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 May 1909

WITH COL*- ROOSEVELT IS REPRESENT ING THE UNITED PRESS—THAT' 6 WHY THE TIMES GETS MOST NEWS CONCERN ING THE GREAT AFRICAN HUNTING TRIP. VOL. 6. NO. 131 BUSY DAY FOR JACK TARS Many Events Are Held In Honor of Visitors— Big Reception Tonight. Tacoma will welcome the Amer <ioan and Japanese officials of Hie two fleets now to Tacoma harbor at the Tacoma hotel tonight at 8:30 o'clock. Governor Hay received the ad mirals this afternoon and they exchanged courtesleß. The mayor has received them both, on behalf of the city, and tonight the peopk will extend the glad hand to the visitors 'in a brilliant reception. There is nothing select about this reception. It \a for the peo ple of Tacoma. There have been no Invitations except the general one for every body in the city to come out and let the guests of the city know they are welcome. Brilliant Decorations. The hotel has been splendidly decorated for the occasion. The street in front of the building is radiant with illumination and the b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 May 1909

PAOB a tVWBDAT, MAY M TOD ATS SPORTING \NEWS GIG ATHLET G MEET OF SAILORS TONIGHT -nT wo" hundred •■Japanese and 'ft ; thousand ,-\American sailors -will bare shore leave tonight to attend ;: the great athletic carnival arrang ed for the armory. Both.. Japa f nese | and American contests will b» held. v In the speed ■ contents Ithe Japanese are expected to com pete: with- the Americans and in Che i; hotting and wrestling con testa each nationality will exhibit Its peculiar style.--. .■> v- ~/U~~ The events Include a 30-yard dash, Japanesesfencing, jiu-jitsu . ma*eh«, ?, half-mile relay, 146 --; pound wrestling between J. CoVlen, Washington, end"?, P. N. > White, Tennessee; 116-pound boxing be i tween H. B. Shoal, California, and Flurey, Washington; 166-pound boxing, between Klggtns and Tur ner of the California; 133-pound boxing, between •N. " Channel!! ' and J.J. McDonald of the Tennessee; 10-pound boxing | between E. W. Flwlg, California, r' and % Humard , Burns, of ; troop ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 May 1909

ROOSEVELT SWELL DIED Ex-President Is Popular With Africans Who Are Accompanying Him On Trip WARRINGTON DAWBON Staff Correspondent United Press. NAIROBI, May 25. — After spending Sunday and Monday with Colonel Roosevelt and his party at their camp on Heatley ranch, I am able to vouioh for the truth of the stories of the former presi dent's popularity with the natives who are accompanying; h'ian on his trip. We remained In camp all day Sunday, and Monday went out on a buffalo hunt. We were after a herd of seven buffalo but rode for houTs without getting a trace of the game. The colonel and Ker lnit had fine sport, however, shoot ing smaller game. Although I attempted to take m.p the subject with him, the colon el absolutely refused to discuss pollt'ics and was particularly reti cent In regard to mention of his , name in connection with the may- , oralty of New York. ; Both the colonel and Kermit are | In excellent health, having fully , recovered from the slight tad'Se- i position the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 May 1909

- ttaVOB 4, IVaWDAY, MAY » THE TACOMA DAILY TIMES il?J* t/.V-.■ 'i '\ .. „- » ..» „ .. ■. -. „. - ,~ .»-...-- ■•. -- -. ' . ■ t&MMAI ONLY iISVSSU BVBKT AFTER* OO!» BXCKPT SUNDAY BY THB TACOMA I OFFICE i «■_ HIHI ■IHIIIIIWf • TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. • ' . I COMMKRCB IT, lmrtPin>Mi,t' ,■■»*««* at tk* Tiwi, Waaa^ r««toruc — ■•«— * citw nt<tn, I TACOMA. I ___^_^_^ ... mi ■i ■ -mr ■--*- ■- lirMi ■- — ri^.lX Oil Per r'aiTi 8* C^SSg^» DUAIIFCi Baala*aa Offlc* Mala 753-A1733 mmZtZVr <££E«.ski, b, mli" a^B| 4*> rnUNtS: «.<«« d*. .««. «mim la Aifum, 111 Ho. fl.N| Year 53.75 T~lffji^ ■ ■wiaa.wa Clrculatloa Dcpt. Mala 753-AI7S3 IBM TIMES OBTAINS THE COMPLETE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS BKIIVICK SUPPLIED BY TUB fe^BS4«fe'v ■;':;:;:' unitkd : PRESS ASBOCIAT IONS' LEASED WIRE. r ..■,•;-;.■■ i . . The Devil's Due One of the moat valuable cltlsens, to Call* fornia, is Lawyer George D. Collins, whom the supreme court has Just refused release on habeas corpus. Going on four years ago, Collin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 May 1909

TAFT NARROWLY ESCAPES ARREST TRKSIIMSNT INTEBRUPTKD BY WATCHMAN \V 111 I i; PICKING FI/OWKItS ON CAPITOL GROUNDS. WASHINGTON, May 25. Caught picking flowers on the capitol grounds. President Taft narrowly escaped arrest Saturday night, according to a story which he told on himself today. The president, accompanied by Archi bald Butt and another man, whose same has not been made public, was driving through the grounds In an automobile Saturday even- Ing when he was suddenly impress ed with the beauty of the flowers. "Let's get out and pick a few of those flowers, Butt," suggested the president, and in a moment the three men were as busy as Bmall boys, robbing the flower beds. Butt, true to his name, was caught by a watchman, who, not recogniz ing him, threatened him with ar rest. Taft heard the discusssion and, Joining the pair, added his censure to that of the watchman, at the same time carefully conceal ing a large bunch of flowers be hind his broad back. The cap tain was astounded...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 May 1909

FACE 6, TUESDAY. MAY 2ff "JACK THE HUGGER" FLEES TO SAFETY GEORGE C. Hanfcien, who gain ed the subriqunt of "Jack the Hugger," after confessing to hav ing masqueraded in women's : clothing on Tacoma streets at night and having accosted and hugged seevral women, lias left the city, according to statements made today by Mrs. Hans Hansen, mother of the young man, to her friends, and he will probably re main outside the state until the ardor of the' police is cooled. Mrs. Hansen had no statement to make to the press concerning the whereabouts of 'her son. Painful Misfortune in Life of Old Man M'Keown i Aged, crippled and destitute, for Snore than a year an inmate of V the county poor farm and a public charge, John McKeovwrt 10 Deputy Prosecutor A. O. Bur inelster this morning for aid in freeing him from the shaem of being a pauper. The old man en tered the prosecutor's office with tears rolling down his cheeks. Hte voice quavered so that <he could hardly tell his story to the officer...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 May 1909

FAIRBANKS HEARS GRAFT CASE IN TO TOKIO, MAY 25. Former Vice President Fairbanks of the United States was one of the hun dreds of interested spectators who , packed .the courtroom here today at the opening of the sensational bribery cases, which invoWe 20 members of the house and three directors of the Japanese Sugar company. Fitty attorneys ap peared to .take part in the_ pro ceedings. All twenty-three de fendants have confessed, but tre mendous efforts will be made to show extenuating circumstances and to build up such defenses as may be possible. REAL I ESTATE 1 FOX ISLAND 20 acre ranch for sale., about 200 bearing fruit trees; water piped all over the place from springs; low shore with 600 feet of fine water front; beach unsurpassed for bath ing; good house,; soil and conditions excellent for hot-house business. Sea bathing: and spring water ad vantages reveal also a summer hotel possibility. Fuel In abundance on the beach. Price reasonable, with terms. . • . • This property will...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 May 1909

»AOT 8, TPBBDAT, MAT <5 STORM SCHOOL MEN'S HOMES WITH EGGS • -.;-■ WHOLE I TOWN ' WROUGHT sUP < OVER SCHOOL WAR— I m BFFIGIES ARE HANGED. t Ss* BILVERTON, Ore., May 25.— i With the i citizens of | this city j di vided \ into two | faction*, with two ' •fflgles hanging at the Intersection : of f the ;. two ■ principal * streets and < ; last' night's demonstration ■ ending i after ; two jof ■ the school | directors' > I homes; had ? been,' bombarded * with ; ;. «|l*>" the forces engaged ?: in ' the ■ school war In •■ progress. here are ?today»maneuvering for ar: fresh i ||tertlfe«4r^-.' iV,v:^:-.-v:r-i ;.::. Throuble has been brewing here • #rer. since •: nine « pupils were •m --eently * suspended •■ from the ' high school because of a row. The clt laens Immediately took sides In the rULLING RESCUE MADE BY TRAMPS THAVE ENGINEER OF WRKCKKO TRAIN ON WHICH THKY WERE STEALING HIDE. <Bjr United Press Leased Wire.) HELENA, May 25.— J. M. Bur lingame, register of the Great ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 May 1909

TOT ONLY AMERICAN CORRESPONDENT I WITH COL. ROOSEVELT IS REPRESEJNT INO THE UNITED ; PRESS—THAT'S WHY:P' •:"-"•"";■ *'THE TIMES GETS MOST : NEWS CONCERN- V>' ■d.l ING THE GREAT AFRICAN HUNTING TRIP. VOL. 8. NO. 18a TRAILS _ HENEY HEARS Detective Says He Has Been Shadowing Noted Prosecutor—Paid $250 a rionth SAN FRANCISCO, May 26.— That Harry Laurensan, a detective now in the employ of Luther G. Brown, has been for the past two 1 years engaged in an investigation of the work of Prancie J. Heney, was his testlmo-ny in the Calhoun trial today. The investigation, he stated, had been carried on in this city and in Portland. He denied that 'it included Heney's work in Arizona previous to his connection with the land fraud cases in Ore gon. Under Heney's questioning l.aim-nspn admitted that he at present Is in Brown's employ, and that he received $250 a month for his services. According to hds tes timony, his duties consisted of buying stamps and stationery, pjustiiii; newspaper clippin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 May 1909

ipf, IHCTPAT. MAT «5 SPORTING NEWS OF THE WORLD TWO KNOCKED OUT IN BOX NG MATCHES ; ATHLETIC CARNIVAL OF JACK IJW B9 I»*XII)KI>LY BTBKNU OUS AFFAIR. Good entertainment .: was*,, fur- Qlahed to over ,1000 visitors from tit* fleet and another 1000 Trco nuuui at 'the armory last night In the big athletic ! entertainment {of the «01ot«.^^-!*v:-- J-: '-.^,: ■ -^'-y ■-.•• The boring matches resulted in two knockouts ; and I a third , decis !_m> and they ..were strenuous from Bhi:«^M?t^Ssri|^ s#.;;i • <,-• .^ v*! :^ ■ The jiu-jitsu and Japanese fenc ing matches i were unusually inter fcUng:«g^>r';;^?v;,:-;r- l i -. . .-. ■■■ ' ij* California won the relay race I and 1 the | big J cap. , The" floor was ISo slippery that . after the men 'saw s th« , way, things were | going, they , took off .their shoes and: ran bare- Ifooted/St-ai.-srj.^'r.-r,".-•-■•: ■■■ ;■ -v- WJ.?J.I McDonald j knocked out H. Channel 11 and won the Tennessee championship with a hard poke to i th« > Jaw i. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 May 1909

TRACKLAY NG RACE NEARLY CAUSES RIOT NORTH BANK LINE WINS THRILLING CONTKST AT VANCOUVER — VIOLENCE 18 THREATENED. (Bjr United Press leased AVlre.) VANCOUVER, Wash., May 26. ■—A sensational track-laying race between gangs of the Spokane, Portland & Seattle railway and the Vancouver Traction company took place here yesterday morn ing, the fonmer winning. At times it looked as if the opposing forces might have a conflict, but the rail road gang so greatly outnumbered that of the street car people that to .hostilities took place except when a Japanese, working for the Spokane, Portland & Seattle, struck Pat Canway, an Irishman, working for the traction company, in the back and was knocked down by Cooway. BOATSWAIN'S LEGS CRUSHED BY CABLE ATTACHE OF CRUIBKR PENN SYLVANIA TERRIBLY IN ,II in. 11 AS ANCHOR IS DROPPED. (By United Press I/eased Wire.) SEATTLE, May 26. —Boatswain Alexander Hamilton, of the cruis er Pennsylvania, which arrived in Elliott bay last evening from San Franci...

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