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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 May 1909

par 4. w— mm i r, mat m HpMHWfi^ ter«w«^<WK<%f<Tlinn PraUimrQ COMPAWY. *-.-"-v- j. ■ »f--:v-^fi:.;.rt COMMMBB Mi ffIfJHTWrAMM ■_■/ ; —I«—< «lx P— DAILY TtMES t I tmrnvmrn bttbwt Ayr—www newt jctibat mm «■ ta.o«t*a \ wmcn tm~ ' Times publishing company. I odHMiaoa IT. ■HW< at tk* Tiimi, Waah* PMtoMte* a* ■•••■« Clm »tt« I TACOMX mlfr « Itti Ir N«i CHatS Pfc» r nUNrV ■*»•*■• D*pJ. .Mats T*4-ArTM I . SlTSr—». Sto M* »U»I V«f a«,T» J^SSasS^r:* ' * *>V>l*-*Ja Clwl«tl«iTlP»»t. »««1» TM-AITM IffaaTlinjaßS; OBTAINS THE COMPLETE .TELEGRAPHIC NEWS BEIIVIOK BUPPIJED BI TUB UNITED PRESS ASBOCIAT IONS' IiBASED WIRE. Goodby, "Faithful Servant" "Well done, good and faithful servant. As a nation honors its heroes, bo we honor you." Mr. Jaa. W. Van Cleave had this banded to kirn In tablet form by the National Manufac turers' association when he retired from tU» presidency of the organization. Nice, wasn't it? The association also gave Van a pretty, Hood-red, ruby pin and a check...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 May 1909

GREAT RECEPTION FOR VISITING OFFICERS CITIZKNS OP TACOMA ENTER- TAIN MEN OF FUCET AT HKIMJ AN T GATHERING IN TACOMA HOTEL. Admirals Ijlchi of the Japanese squadron, and Admiral Sebree of the U. 8. Pacific fleet, and their officers, were last night given pub lic and formal welcome to the city In a great reception at the Tacoma hotel. Governor Hay and Btaff, In full uniform, Mayor Li nek and the people of Tacoma generally to the number of thousands, attended the reception and gave greeting to the city's guests. The citizens formed a long line entering the hotel, and they were presented to the admirals and of ficers In the receiving line by Gov ernor Hay. Following the formal reception, the crowds broke up in to informal gatherings and the en tire hotel was turned into a big •octal room, where friendships were cultivated. The hotel was radiant in decor ations and light. Japanese lan terns formed a prominent part of the decorative scheme, and the great veranda was made especial ly attra...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 May 1909

jfAOE c. WEDNESDAY, MAY «O FfTLE OSCAR NOW HAS NEW HOME Little Oscar Carlson has a good vfcome. #& ■•;":;:;° »ri-. ■•■•v^>^: v |teH.*.W;i Myers,* the hardware and ji furniture ? man on; South . X ' and 8 Twelfth street, this morning took him to his residence. W'.t v ■■-.-" ■/ ' "We have %no EJ children,-; you know, and this little follow seems '*like a .bright and interesting chap, so we will adopt him," j said J Mr. Myers. HKtlt! Is all | strange to little.. Oscar. |.He V Is S not ■ old : enough ' to . real y the full force of the unhappy en | toonmen.t 'in ■ which 'he „ has : been ijtring but he seems bright and apt •ad will f coon : settle into his new home and '? find 5 conditions'. much toore desirable.i •■,'•■ .»1; ;*;;■'.V;,i: |^;i;,Tho \ neighborhood ', in '. the vlcln ■fy of 1 the i Requa ' home, an South X; street, is very much % agitated Brer, the whole case today. Mayor Ktlnck has also, been kept busy on Rhe telephone answering calls from V persons ; who , wanted'...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 May 1909

AGED WOMAN GIVES UP HOME TO PROTECT WAIFS MRS. MATTIB HARTLEY AND A PORTION O^iIeR^CjSINTNE FAMILY. SAN FRANCISCO, May 26.—| Driven from her home.because her, big, warm heart had led *»t to give shelter to a pack of 21 home less dogs, Mrs. Mattie Hartley de clares she can be happy in a barn, so long as her aged fingers can earn enough to supply food for herself and her canine family. Mrs. Hartley is 5 0 years old. Ever eince the great fire of 1906, which left her a penniless widow, she has waged a stubborn fight against poverty—a 'losing fight, for only recently she was evicted from her home because she was unable to pay her rent and be cause of the complaints of neigh bors, whose sympathies do not ex tend to homeless specimens of man's best friend. In a refuge camp, shortly after the fire, Mrs. Hartley began to accumulate her pack. Her heart went out to the half-starved, shivering animals that wandered, pitifully seeking some familiar face. Despite camp regulations, she secretly ga...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 May 1909

fIrAOB 8. Wicuhi^wAT, MAT. M fAYWOOD HEARD IN BRILLIANT SPEECH HOTED • LABOR LEADER £ AD PREBHKK LAIUiK f AUDIENCE IN KAGLES' HA Mi. t, William D. Haywood, ; the noted is6r ; ' leader 7 whose • sensational irfal f ami J acquittal in ', Boise two pears I ago ; of • conspiracy , to ' mur ijjj)6t Governor Sbeunenberg attract ed i the i attention of i the entire ; la bor world, addressed a h'uige aud t ience fat *; Eagles' hall 'last night, knd I with > hls . wonderful ; magnetic personality . instilled ' Into hi« . hear in even a'greater spirit of social '•quality than bad filled their veins fcfeftftffC."*-'* v' ■■"'■"■": "'<■'"','' '."■''. *' ''■! i'."/t'','i.' *■. v The large hall \ was , filled Jto ra pacity i with ;, laboring men, follow ers iof socialistic ideas- and:men Mr ho : had' been ' drawn to the place wut of curiosity to! hear , the ; am ■mm tabor leader's eloquence, ..« |fi Haywood took f for ' hla subject U.P. TO ENTER TACOMA OVER N.P LINE (Continued From Page One....

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 May 1909

TUB ONLY AMERICAN OORRBBPONdBNT WITH COL. ROOSEVELT 18 REPRESENT ING THE UNITED PRESS—THAT'S WHY THE TIMES GETS MOST NEWS CONCERN ING THE GREAT AFRICAN HUNTING TRIP. VOI*. •. NO 183 RECEPTION ON BOARD CRUSER Admiral Ijichi Entertains 400 Tacomans in Royal Style—Japanese Vic tory Celebrated Admiral IJlchi aboard the Abo, la this afternoon showing what •Japanese hospitality means to about 400 Invited guest*, includ ing the governor, mayor and the local reception committee. ■ - fills morning the Abo and Soya celebrated the great battle by sea, four i years ago today, when Ad miral Togo sent the Russian navy to the < bottom of the ocean I and won the greatest naval conflict of modern times. ' '. The' national anthem, reserved especially for this day, was ren dered by the Aso band, the sailors and cadets were drawn up in line for a salute and on both ships the attention of the soldiers of the Mikado was directed to the anni versary of the Important event in Japanese history. " - The b...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 May 1909

*«V«ij«H>Ar:Ki£irr TODAY'S SPORTING MEWS CHAFLIN WILD; TIGERS DROP ANOTHER By—- I I'l ——»*i ——-^ 4 Standing. J Won Lost Pet I flwrfltto 28 11 .718 j Spokane 24 IS .600 j Portland 17 21 .447 | ) Aberdeen *... 16 il 22 «< .421 > [ Vancouver ... 18 22 .421 I Taoom* 15 24 .385 VANCOUVER, May 27.—Long, lean i and "unlucky" Claf lln, who i ■*** \ Bach % A poor ; pitcher *he ■ was s pot) good s enough ' tor Tacoma two mm . ago, > but who Is put In the ! box; to J help i the Tigers -to ■ defeat regularly this season, did; his part '•gain yesterday and ■> Tacoma ,ia inll { nettled iln 1 the cellar. Score: Vancouver 5, Tacoma 2. ; ■■-•'.- -: sX,ClafHn. was wild and forced In a nut with >passesiin| the second j in »tag.^ He was ; never in charge >of Ik* . game ! and i the ' Champs i had' it •aajr. Score: "■:-.:-.,: ,:-y>f.->:i; . msdMmZi?; ';."!;• - - -'-R'-H^B i Vancouver ."■;■".■.■;'..'.. '.*. 6 :_- v 7 ■;- 2 Tacoma 2 6 0 I Batteries: Gllllgan and Sugden; Claftln a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 May 1909

WAR BREWING BETWEEN HEALTH DEPARTMENT AND CITY DADS * There is going to be a show down between the health depart meat j and j the council some :of these daya. .; 5 Every week the council haggles and quibbles, and then pays some bills contracted by the health de i partment. Last night" there was one for over $100 due Dr. La Gaaa for. attending contagious cases. The council contends that U Is the duty of the health officer 1 to at tend these eases. A few years ago the health officer received $50 a month and he hired outside doc tors to handle such cases. Then he agreed that If the city would pay MILWAUKEE HASEVERYTHING IFS OWN WAY IN CITY COUNCIL MEETING When th« matter of switching charges is adjusted, the city coun cil will then grant the Milwaukee the franchise for tracks over Elev enth and other tldeflat streets, for switches to all the mills. The council by a vote of 8 to 6 last nigiht etruck out the section providing that the company must erect a steel viaduct over Eleventh stre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 May 1909

luttui «RtT, / ' uiubd imr Amnwoutf bzcbft hjhdat dt thb tacofu 1 oirr>ic«t t«» PHE TACOMA DAILY TIMES in I I r r / IUVBO BYBIT ArrmUfOOW IXCBPT SI7NDAT BT TM TACOIHA 1 ©rFIOJBi «■» / VMBS PUBLISHING COMPANY. I COMMBRCB MX "■■m.i Iti ■ fill rrr Can ** Onto ■" ;■" "iffTfc ' - • ItltflllFf*- ■--■"— O«fl mif Main • TSS-AITBJ | {PBSSSsßjraa <S3> PHONES- ggsaMJau wja. s^;» fiffff ITTMBM OBTAINS ; THE COMPLETE ; TELEGRAPHIC N^WS SERVICE , SUPPLIED BY THH ,;,V: . UNITED PRESS AMOCIAT IONS' LEASED WIRE. • fere's a Case Where It Paid a Railroad to Be Fair It pays * railway company to be fair with Tacoma has granted franchises to the Mil ' waakee railway In the last couple of years worth millions ol dollars, and It has another one lncu bating that will probably be passed next week. la all these grants by the city, there haa aot been a single "fight." The company naturally has wanted every thing It could get. But In all Us requests It has rweogniud that the city had rights and that th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 May 1909

KILLS CHILD X TAKES HIS OWN LIFE DESPONDENT CONDUCTOR COMMITS DOUBLE TRAGEDY . IN SEATTLE HOME. (Bjr United Pt*>kh Leased Wire.) SEATTLE, May 27.—Unsuc cessful in his attempt to effect a reconciliation with Mildred Payne McComb, his 17-year-old wife of a year, and get her to agree to ac company him to Lob Angeles, •where they might start married life anew among strangers, J. W. Sammel Gompers Says: "I SHOULD NOT GO TO JAIL" ABOUT TO LEAVE OOCNTRY, LABO RLEADER DECLARES HIS POSITION AND TELLS OF HIS RECENT INTERVIEW WITH TAPT—BOYCOTT QUESTION ENDED TALK—UNIONS TO CONTINUE IN POLITICS AND FIGHT "HARDER." By Gilson Gardner. WASHINGTON, D. C, May 27 >—"I am preparing to sail on June *!r for a three-month trip to vari ous European countries, where 1 go as the representative of or ganized labor. I shall then return ready to go either to jail or to the national convention of the Ameri can Federation of Labor." Thus spoke President Sam Gom pers of the A. F. of L. to your cor responden...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 May 1909

• MOB * TWTTIWDAT, MAT Vt CAR CRASHES NTO WAGON; FOUR HURT sitSSs*?'sr-■>'/-;•- : •-•■•; •■..'•'.'■/-.•■ v.; ■■':•■ -■•; « (By United > Press leased \ Wire.) &| SEATTLE, May ,; 27.—Four per •| sons were ; severely ",, injured \ when & • Yesler I way cable \ car I crashed "/; Into a dirt wagon at Fifth avenue ■i ■Ad YesJer = way k; today. James VaJeotelne, <: paying teller at .the i Scandinavian American j bank, sus ta&ned a sprained ankle; Peter OK f •en, driver of the wagon, is at th« I tttattle > ' general ! hospital with ," a obroken leg, and internal injunk«; i| K. SubU'haira, .a ! Japanese ,:, mer chant, sustained « severely bruised +. left leg and F. H. Russell 1 suffered ; Injuries :to ; his left knee.' ■ CARPENTERS AID THE KERMISS BW,*rWf ladles who have managed ji .<th« Kertnlss, to be presented at the ,-j armory for th« first time this even s; Ing, : wiish '. to , express their ■ appre- W elation of ' the • efforts of i the : car i\ penters' unio...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 May 1909

DAILY TDMES' MOVING PICTURES Here's a little girl. And a monkey. Both are 3 years old. They play together for hours every day at the little girl's home In Chicago. Look at them. You don't ned to read Darwin to see the resemblance between them. Though the little girl is pretty, and the monkey so ugly, they are much alike. Each has two eyes, two ears, a mouth, two arms, two legs. They play together on even terms much like any human play mates. The monkey eats with his hands like the girl. When either of them Is hurt they cry In much the same way. Very much alike. But there's a difference. The little girl has a soul. Little Journeys to Homes of Sunsung Heroes — The Unknown Husbands of Famous Women "Mr. Anna Katherine Green," Is described In the Buffalo, N. V.. city directory as '"Chas. Rohlfs. furniture maker, 105 Norwood ay. Few know him as the huafeand of the famous woman writer of de tective stories. For Chas. Rohlfs has no desire to be known as "Mr. Anna Katherine Green." He's prou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 May 1909

PAGH «, THTOMDAY, VAT «P CITY'S PRAISES SUNG BY JAP ADMIRAL j tnCHI DELIVERS a TOAST •TO \•£ TACOMA AT BPUENDID BAN QUET IN : HONOR IOF FLEET OFFICERS. b Admiral IjlctU'a ToMt. ;■ 1 "On behalf of my brother I' officers ■ and I men 1 underi my | command, I thank you most j 1 ■heartily and I have the honor j i to 'propose the health of the, I', f-. ] governor, the mayor And gen ?:• tlemen, and prosperity to Ta § (coma fi under the shadow -. of * . tg that mountain bo romantical -1 ly and beautifully named Ta- IfWmkV,.-.'- ' £ • tiil Closing his post-prandial speech J with 'an I eloquent * toast to Tacoma Admiral I Ijlohl j of gj the g Japanese fleet last night brought an ovation Ifrom■ the 100 leaders in ! the busi ness and % political Northwest ~as 1 they < sat at Him banquet j table ' In ■ the ; Viking : room .of : the Tacoma «a»tei*s'Hr:\' ;..--:•,.^ Jvj.;i* .^t^c^ The banquet , given r the '>' city's guests : was one :, of : the » most ■ at tractive ever get in Tacoma. ?i- T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 May 1909

Tacona's Shrewdest Adrertisers Are liberal Users of Display Space in the Times: It Pays VOL. «. MO. 184 THOUSANDS TO PARADE TACOMA'S STREETS TOMORROW ATROCIOUS CRIMES LAID AT DOOR OF TOBACCO TRUST Monopoly Bitterly Flayed by Senator William O. Bradley of Kentucky— Held Responsible for Night Biding Outrages—Congress Urged to Strike Hard Blow at Trust by Reducing Tax. (By Bolted Press Leased Wire.) P| AI/i v n fitttlc* WASHINGTON, D. C, May 28. I IPVPII I 111 IV i— ▲ severe attack upon the tobao- |_ IV» Vl l VIII 10 oo trust was ; made, £by Senator ■■• „ ■■^.■J,:-,^.^:\^n\:..: ,-;;■*.,,..>.> ■ WUliam O. Hraclksy of Kentucky -. f*'^-^-' li_ ■1. '^fe today when he made a strong plea rf*£\f* Iflll ill O for the reepal of the six cent tax I Ifj I 111 Ifl I i on leaf tobacco in order that the ■ ■ W II! >111'V growers of tobacco might • sell ' :- . _^ ': - . '- their product as freely as the . fig AT growers of barley and hops, which 'gf If 111 I .: are used to make beer. II f\ |v|...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 May 1909

TODAY'S SPORT NEWS IHjfrnn Tii/r liinTiirn ■v^i ji I■■ I ■ mil B iij ILIIu I nl\L nllU 111 LI I y- • — — anOM i wins b to a gamk IT-imum vox VANOOOVHR V : CAMPIONS ' — TAOOMAI TO m f!UXiI HOWS BVNBAT. x.> fc^P^ HffcflWf'i<il JXJ£I^V^'X '* " *'"' *''"*"■■ l!tr*'i' &t OMCHWKBT LEAGUK. P vf W«a U*l P«l I (»e*ttte ....... 3» 11 .YIB teokane .... U If -618 j #ivttaD«- .... It It .4*l j .... 1« 11 .410 l^rr— wOV. ." I i« «♦ .400 ▼AMOOQVXR, May j 88.—Taco - ma took « ik* • came | yesterday, the Tjmpji ' failing' down iat ■ bat; and SfgfltHa; to: Bit! Samuels. Luck was EiHtfctthe^Tlgerss' and .every alt mated. Klppert * broke Hall f, up wtth a home run< over the fence. ;vfl» managers, of the team have de stded .to paly : a game Sunday; at '■ Taooma. Score: ntoont . *.. . .*■*.•• "-jw •59 Va»oonver 1 3 1 1j; Batteries:" Samuels and | Kel aok«y; Hall and Stanley.v ; , ;. PORTLAND SHUTS . SPOKfIJE OUT i PORTLAND, May 28.—Kinsella pitohed a no-hit game against the | heavy hittters ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 May 1909

FRIDAY JAIL NOTED CROOK FOR ROBBERY OF POSTPCE SEATTLE, May 28.—William Wilson, known In many states as "Baseball" Wilson, was arrested yesterday by City Detectives Lee A. Barbee and Tom Hay den, charged with being a fugitive from Justice. He Is wanted on a charge of rob bing postoffices In Chicago and Kansas City. Aooordlng to the Inspector In I*' ' *^» . ' ! Jft 'ijfeT- ';""'—'>■>■'/," J '-.. /' 'J ;/' If^'^^^H^ " '■- ,^^^ .S^m' '' -'•."■'- •-"-"" "••■' • '■.'' '' ■ • ' " •"** KO—l'er Acr«—•"JlsO ;**''*';"!'ysß I *^ mJ / /\S Jl .^^ c °*n "* yow °. ut oOlnPlete Bn<* for leM money than Y^ ' *^" B I READING STANDARD AND EXCELSIOR AUTO CYCLES |.imi#<&r» C.. '-—T I anyone in the oity, TenU, Bxlo. 8-01. army, $8.75; \Y Located In the best fruit belt on I I Pl*sinL' E) P^Ma"*" °*7 llwUMlSirciiN< W Hw«tW^.^ wlt M t W**Hl --A 12x14,-f10.75. Beat quality 8 and 10-o*. army duck. ill' the Pacific coast. Call at office I Vr~ imiii"*^!^^^ ' 'll'^ """'Mm^Jßlfe .>^l / i]C^iG...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 May 1909

L«L^jmsbs»bb M "^e WMHpßHQp^**^^^ i*lstt ' Meassai I SmBSSE?!??' ** PHONES: »£» W S& ¥"£• mtmtAixn tm uwuMi rwaemArmo upwiKgyavicai iwmap ™ ■ • JfiaSc • leas tlsa* me of the favorite thing* to: wry «t>omt In SngUad has bee*. "What shall W* ' do when nature 1* aupply of coal gives out?"> - "We think that to footfall beoause the trust «M m m«o* coal thai It doeeat eeesa poeaible bit tt can we* be ua*« up. But England feels lutnaoniaa :of the problem • today aa we will i > Whenever a sow eolation to proposed it gets Mat aeal of Hirir-'rn a Just bow the proposal of f Wm. Ramsay has the center of the earth. :i. f#W(f William proposes to secure a I practically | liieae supply of light, beat and power by tap ytata; the molten or . semi-molten interior of j the ;; , VO.'.The; dUeuasioa slas'. brought out < some i la- ; teresting | things on the general subject. Among f Other' Wings it appears that governments, have already aaade great and costly experiment* along •fhe deepes...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 May 1909

' - *^^^^& ' ■^^SSIh 1 IvllvifUiwiJ OvV/I\lLi3 All ARTISTIC TRIUMPH AMATEUR PKRFORMANOH IS HWBT KVKK SKSN IV TAOO MA — WILL BE REPEATED TONIGHT AMD TOMORROW. After weeks and months of careful preparation, the much-an tlcipated Klrmess was presented at the Armory last night for the first performance, and met with tumultuous favor. The Ktrmess Is good. It Is, indeed, the best ama teur performance, either of a dance or play, that has ever been given In Tacoma. The huge armory hall was crowded last night, the audience comprising beautifully gowned women accompanied by gentlemen ip dress suits, naval officers in tpelr natty uniforms, and a large throng of club people and others Interested In the movement for public playgrounds. One end of the hall held the stap;e—as large as the average theater stage, and the other corners of the place were occupied with tastefully decorated booths. A color effect of soft green was brought out by groups of ever greens, placed conveniently about the h...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 May 1909

■ii^r^iV W ' ~ fli HKj uLAL lo vLUoLD BY TRACTION CO. HOmr . SBCCRKD TO PINAWOK "LINiaS IN TAOOMA, BB v ATTiB AND OIiVMTI A. S Th« Pacific Traction company of mom* this afternoon i filed k with county '. auditor ! a :; first ; mort- Ifag« for 18,000,000, assigned to pW* QHtr Trust company of Boston. ftefs»*r,ls dated May 1 and Is a iw«M^ißort«a«al for all of £ the I company's property, owning*, fran chises and < franchJses-to-be. . Five per cent, j gold |! bond f interest % '.3 |«MB«d \ In s the . mortgage. * ;! • That ? the • Pacific Tractio i ncom j fumy :< contemplates $ enlarging ■'■ its i ■or»t«m, operating j a complete , city ;systems in Tacoma,. and 7construct KRUPP ARMOUR PLATE MONOPOLY BROKEN <Br United Proas Leased Wire.) PITTOBU'RQ. Pa., May 38. — Iftlmi, f ttb ree American I steel 5C com - yawics I have: evolved ,'. methods ;of ! hardening armor plate superior to I ten t famous J Krupp; process,, was | made known ! today when : the mys tery attached to i the vis...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 May 1909

»»y.^*w«^gga»TOpg^"raigaf^t^pT*y'#' *Vrfdl* KTMLttlff. MWT ». SAILOR ROBBED „ S@F $2 500 -i (By United Press Leased Wire.) waukee was ~paid yesterday and BEATTLK, May 28.—Phillip T. Hopkins had made bis collections Hopkins, a sailor aboard the Unit- from the saallors. Instead of ed States cruiser | Milwaukee, j now leaving the cash and Jewels. with at the Puget Sound naval station the paymaster, Hopkins secreted at Bremerton, today asked the Be- them behind a bulkhead in I a attle police to try to apprehend leather pouch.. > ' -■'„...-■■;'.■ he thief who Thursday night stole ' Yesterday when the money lend ♦ 1.500 In cash and diamonds val- Ing tar -went ■' to' the ■ hiding place ued at $1,000, belonging to him. 1 to get his valuables, he found Hopkins. has for a long time that someone had been there ahead acted as money lender on board of him. Then he came to Seattle the warships. The crew of the Mil- and enlisted the aid of the poUoe. - ; - ■> -■ / ■ .■ --■■' * ■=' ■■ .. - ■ ...

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