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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 September 1904

_L_ THE TACOMA TIMES : Krcry Kvrnlng Kscept Sunday by Th« Turnm* Tlmca Publishing Company ; Entered at tbo posiofflre at Tacotna, Wash., as second class matter. Usn:s THB SCRIPPS-M'RAB TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. f OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET. TELEPHONE MAIN 733 % One Cent a Copy. Six Cents a' _*35£23fcv,. 26 cents a Month, *3 a Year | Week, by Carrier or by Mall. <3**gv«ggffi> by Carrier or by Mall. | ONE MILLION IMMIGRANTS THIS YEAR One million Immigrants are coming to the United States this year. This human flood is not a natural tide but one that la being forced , upon this country by an organized syndicate of steamship companies, * ami their vast and well organized corps of agents. . The United States of today has been built and its greatness lias '(4 been made possible by the work of the millions of hard-working foreign : born citizens who have come to our shores in years past. Rut these good citizens came of their own motion; came because they longed for freedom both poli...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 September 1904

SAN FRANCISCO GOODS SHIPPED TO JAPAN BY WAY OF TACOMA The fact that goods were brought here yesterday from San Francisco for trans-shipment to Japan, has caused some comment In water front circles; The only explanation made for this unusual procedure is that the shippers of the Golden Gate City have become uneasy on account of the presence of the Russian boat in the bay and the reports that others I from the same fleet are patrolling the coast. The shipment of leather, re ceived here, was a rush order which the San Francisco men could not af ford to have delayed. The leather will go from this port on the Ilyades. The cable ship Burnside will leave tomorrow for Alaskan waters where she will remain until the cable line between Valdea and Sitka is com pleted. All the marine cable received at the government warehouse has boei) loaded into the tanks on the Bufnßlde. .lack Hannah, of this city, has been engaged as the steward of the ■teamihip Hyades. Mr. Hannah Is one of the best known st...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 September 1904

4 NAVAL SCHOOL SUSPENDS WASHINGTON BOY ANNAPOLIS, Md . Sept. 17. —Mid- < ■ ehlpnieo ■ ; James H.. Nichols, of the ' state -of Washington has been or dered by the naval department to be dropped from the academy on ac count of continue! infractions of the '■A regulations. The action was taken wpon r the recommendation of the su perintendent. ■*.'■' James H. McCool was appointed to s the naval academy by Congress- ( man Cnshman. The ; young man's t father .'owns ~- a largo wheat ranch ! near \ Walla Wall.'i. Last winter Me- c > Cool' was. dropped from the academy i STORK SPENT Ti A_BUSY DAY i ' ROME, Sept. —One hundred ( 7, And nine children were born In Rome j on the same day as the heir to the c ■ throne, which is four times the aver age ■ for a i day's b't ths. In cases where the parents are wil ■ ;ling,' the state will educate the male | children born on that day at the. mil- -] itary college as officers. c SIX ERRORS LOSE j ; GAME FOR TIGERS P PORTLAND, Sept. 17. —The locals...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 September 1904

Independent in All Things VOL. t. no. 235. DUES HE WAS ROBBED 111 It HEDU6HT RESORT F. E. Ellison Brings Suit to Re cover $170, Which He Says Was Stolen From Him by Women In mates of Dave Blake 9s Saloon F. E. Ellison, through his attor ney, Harry H. Johnston, has com menced an action in the superior court against Dave Blake, as propri etor of th« Globe saloon and hotel, on (lie'alley Between Fourteenth and Fifteenth street, demanding th« re turn of the sum of $170, which he alleges was stolen from his person while he was a guest of the said hotel on the 9th of August. The complaint states that Ellison went Into the sa loon about 7:30 in the evening and partook of the liquid refreshments ■which the place affords. Women Took the Money. I^ater, H. is asserted, two women Inmates of the place, "French Nellie" and "Carmen" by name, who were employed by the defendant as bar mstlers, took the complainant in hand and relieved him of his purse, containing $170 or thereabouts. The complaint f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 September 1904

s ■1 — THE TACOMA TIMES j^rc^r nlriß Kxcept Snnilny by Th* Tai-oma Tlmca TubllirfHnK Cmnprnrnf : "Entered nt tho postoffico nt Tacoma, Wash., as aeeoad-dass matter. r; »JSB3 THE SCniPF3-M KAH TKIIkoRAPHIC NEW 3 6ERVICH. - OFr KH;E, 768 COMMKIK X 5TREET......... .TELEPHONE MAIN 733?" One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a ™^g225^. I* eenU a Hontb. $3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mall. "^fcggggy* ' by Carrier or by Mall. •Ji'i! ii Allen, son-in-law of Mrs. Astor, man of millions, dille ■ind gfobeHrotter, has derided to quit being an Amencan citizen. H.- will follow Ike example of his expatriated kinsman, William Wal dorf Astor, and become a subject of King Edward. All right. In so fa'- an heard from nobody In this country will make serious Objection, (f Jlmale i« determined to be a Britisher, let him. Mr. Van Allen has l reason. He says: "America is not lit for a gentleman to reside in." Thai teptada upon the definition of gentleman. It Is to be feared Mr. Van Allen has an English rather than...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 September 1904

PITCHED FIGHT BETWEEN POSSE AND OUTLAWS PORTLAND, Ore., Sept. 19.— Aaron Barker and Will Irwin of Po cahontaa wore found stealing grain in \Vingviil<> .\osterday and chased to Baker City, where they were caught last night, by two policemen. As many as 12 shots were exchanged, PEOPLE'S STORE PROPRIETORS TO TEST BUILDING ORDINANCE A romnlaint against the People's store for the violation of the build ing ordinance which provides that all buildings three stories or more in height shall be provided with flre- Mcapw wiH be filed this afternoon, according to Assistant City Attorney Anderson. The case against the People's Store company, the owners of the brick block at 1101 Pacific avenue, is to bo prosecuted under instructions of Building Inspector Sherman. That official contends that the building should be equipped with fire-escapes and the firm has so far refused to comply with the law. During the past two years two dif ferent building "Inspectors, it is claimed, have sent three wr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 September 1904

• WILL FIGHT CHARGE OF COUNTERFEITING •The four alleged counterfeHenj ( Who were arrested here on Saturday by Secret Service Act-in HHI will he • arraigned on the charge before the .United States commissioner ' - L/■'."*!tomorrow morning. United States , District Attorney Frye will prosecute the case, while the defendants will be represented by Attortu*y Leo of this ' city. '%[ , . , : ■; ' . :"While ft hi generally known that Stickncy and the other three men ar rested with him have been manufac , turing slugs with which to "work" : Monopolist BaldJe's -machines, it Is not i known ; whether they have In- ' fringed upon Unete Sam's exclusive privilege of coining money, , , ■ That s the" suspects have ventured 1 BOBBY KEEFE GOES , DOWN BEFORE ROACH PORTLAND, sept. 19.—-Dugdaie's - Porters evened up with thq,\,'FJnher crowd yesterday for their Saturday's defeat by trimming the Champions to the tune of 8 to 6. Kuefe wa» in <the box for Fisher and took down bis colors before Skel Roac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 September 1904

Independent in All Things TO!,. I. MO. 2Sfl. BATTLES RAGE AT PORT ARTHUR AND MUKDEN Japanese Resume Hostilities Against Gen. Stfaessel and Gen. Kuropatkin-Reported That the Miqado's Army Under Oyama Is Three Times Stronger Than Czar's Forces-Bombardment of Port Arthur Is Continuous-Assault May Be Final (BUIXETIN.) , SHAXGHAT, Sept. —Tl»e gener al Attack on Port Arthur, which Wan begun Monday, and in which the .lap ' anene fleet i» - co-operating, ■ was re sumed this morning. The Japanese have captured two important forts, one on either side, of Sueiszeying, I north of Port Arthur. (BULLETIN.) Jfj ' . HOME, Sept. —A ' dispatch to Uie Agenzia Libera says that a great PJjAN OF THE I"OKT ARTHUK DEFENSES V . AND THK JAPANESE SYSTEM OF ATTACK ,The map shows the besieging force and the zig-zag trenches through which the advance on successive fortification* is made. Miles and miles of trenches,' four feet deep and ten or more feet wide.: have to be dug, (he work being done at night, and thi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 September 1904

s THE TACOMA TIMES Evfry Kvrnlng R*opt SnncUj by The Tnrnm. Thnea Publiahln* Company ; Entered at tho postofflca at Tacoma, Wash., as second claw matter. >_> USES THE SOniPPS-MRAB TKLEORAPHIC NBWB BERVICB. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET ........ TELEPHONE MAIN 733 I On« Cent a Copy, six onu a _^^^s_ 26 cenU a Month, $3 a Tear. Week, by Carrier or by Mall. '"U^jgggf" b 7 Carrier or by Mall. ADVERTISING A CITY IP What constitutes "feverish and -offensive advertising" of a city? ; r , The question arises in the city of Minneapolis in connection with the prosecution of Mayor A. A. Ames. The public prosecutor has asked the conn to drop the 10 criminal indictments against Ames because further trials would give a "feverish and offensive advertising to the city." „;,■,;.7 .Fact: -J- , -„. .^,\, \; r: Now the city of Minneapolis has already had considerable feverish «nd offensive advertising—-all on account of this man Ames and his ad ministration; The public prints have been filled with ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 September 1904

STATE BOARD FIXES THE BASIS OF TAXATION FOR RAILROADS OLYMIA, Sept. 20.—The state board of equalization has equalized tfca iiiroiid property on first-class or trunk iinc track at $7,920 per mile, or $1 50 per foot; second-class track a 1 t'j.SO*. im ■ r mile, or $1.10 per foot; tiiinl-flass at $3,G9G per mile, or 70 i int-dnss. |3,656 per mile, or 70at per foot: fourth-class at $2,000 mile, or 37 7-10 cents per foot; ii -class at $1,320 per mile, or 25 its per foot; sixth-class at $2,112 1> r mile, or 40 cents per foot: sev ih-rlasb- at $1,05ti per mile, or 20 ■ins per foot* The (lasses established by the hoard arc very similar to the classes heretofore established, and are as fol- lows : First AH transcontinental dunk lines passing through or into the Btate shall constitute the first class. Si'i-ond-- All Rtandard gauge lines owned, operated, leased or controlled, in whole or in part, by any trans ■on i iiientHl system, the main mink liii's of which are situated within or withou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 September 1904

4 WILL BE CROWNED KING OF SERVIA VIENNA, Sept. 20— A dispatch "from: Belgrade says: The Servian capital is en fete for the coronation of King Peter tomorrow. The decora- J-. tious are now practically complete, * and, in addition to the ronte which ', the coronation procession will follow "tomorrow, many: other streets have .been prorusely decorated with flags ,and hunting. • The coronation program Is to be formally- Inaugurated tonight, when 1 .Sava Orinteh, the premier, ,; preceded by all the members of the .cabinet, will bear the crown in state ,to the cathedral, where It will be re ceived by the metropolitan archbish-' m THE BIG BOTTOM TRADE .?/ A meeting will be held at the ' liber 'ol Commerce tomorrow niKhi by those Interested in the pro /poßed; Big Bottom road, to decide I whether, Tacoma shall raise the mon key necessary to carry out the project. The Big Bottom country in located in Lewis county, and It Is the most pro ductive^ valley west of • the moun i tains; ; ; " It Is ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 September 1904

Independent in All Things VOIi. i. .NO. 237. SALOONMEN L ARRESTED m Ites Fulmer, Peter Belles and m/Potter, Puyallup Saloonists wged With Selling Liquor on wlay and to Minors-Drunken much of Hop Pickets on Sun- WLast Led to Action "*.'_;.:^7;;:.' -'-^{B| >re issued this morning i ;,%jZ*-., the arrest-; of {'v-,-ff3?*l?; ] H'haries" Fulmer "and \Sjm fts^te '^fJK^M three saloonmen - of g^glgxS^^gJtß^ing. them '.with selling lifpq*f?±,"i*= y^Htra: and . also with vio- '?yj"'*''WPdlnance against keeping lilriiili I BF n on Sunday. . The com ifc.--«i>Vrj' lMy which the warrants were *||pfiW^Kre sworn to by C. O. Poland, - ■C'^Hfs -and IB.' Gainsford, all of IB^ Haloons'- Open f>ast ', Sunday. '■■ jSSiJ three ■ot the saloonmen ; are ' 'charged in the complaints with keep ing ■ tVJeir places of business open on 1 SundJ*y> September 18, and with sell ■*;'■- Ing intoxicating liquore in that day. ' Potter is also charged with dispens- T ing '•'■ lia«*r *o William; Maynard, a ; ■■ ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 September 1904

.'■#*'■. THE TACOMA times _ ' *•*".?** KTftiln* Except Sunday by The Tarnuut Times rnbli»Mn« Coirpany Entered at tho post office at Tacoma, Wash., as second class matter. USES THE SCniPPS-M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFKICByfis COMMERCE STREET." .'. '. ... .TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy. Cents a ..rfg'ffgfSfc-,, 25, cents a Month, 13 a Tear, Week, ly Carrier or by Mall, "y^gggggy*: by Carrier or by Mail. THREE MARRIAGES Nathalii i,, who marri< il Captain Glen Collins of the Q" Will return to this country. •Ailce Thaw, who married the Earl of Yarmouth, has returned to her parents at Plymouth. it. •!« n Mortem, who married Count Perigord of France, has arrived In theUnltfd States. ■$B3BKBb££& Al 1 !i iromra lutve given up thetr husbands. All of ih'-in p ■ i c <!■ ( eived. Nellie Schenek was made to believe 1 that Captain Collins had sin In come of $50,000 a year and was a scion of aristocracy. As a matter of fact li<« wats worse than bankrupt.' "Having contracted...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 September 1904

FOUR NEGROES AMBUSHED AND SHOT MACON, Ga., Sept. 21— A report from Tallbottom states that a crowd of negroes was ambushed several mil<>s from that town and four were shot and killed and several severely wounded. EJREN EAT (ATJISCUITS S'E, Sept. 21—Ruben Les -8 years, found a box of is ' and, after eating some, s brothers and sister, An -4: Adolph, aged 11, and rt <!. Ruben is dead ami are dangerously ill. The sod to eat any of the bis- HARPER SAYS WAS MAULED %53l%Sg^F Harper was arrested today a •^■arrant charging him with as his wife, Lulie Harper. Ac- S^ping to the complaint, Mrs. Har- was choked and beaten by the de fendant at their home in this city this moaning. The cks>-wlll undoubted . ly foe of an unusual character, as it is Vlaimed by Mrs. Har i ,s>v.t I hat her ow"n mother, who lives at the Harper residence, aided the man in the al leged ill-treatment of her. The cou ple have lived together 17 years and have a family of children. Mrs. Har per's face was badl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 September 1904

_._ EIS TURNED OVER TO CAMERA MEN ■■■ . .** - ;- . ■ %«^ ,>- *. ■ . *- Xv cry. tr«»i n• a nd»boit' rjhat arrlred t :., 10, -I ar'imnj today broach) dcl«ftate« f ;■■'__ toj iUp' Fourth.• annual, convrntlon' of the Photographers ABsocffttlod'of,€he r;, Nwr'ti west*. whkh' I"oi^ned|'Bt*; tb« Ma ■:nink:>t#ciple*i(hJ» ntoi'hing. Tbe first p'sKjon, was,- an. formal gathering ,'; of-*ihe ? delegates forget acquainted, P^rlthe|annuil • due/ andfsecure'.ill® : Mayojf« Wright opened the after v ;'. r.*o»wi'i»«*W»nj'"Hht*?a <*.brief ;'addre&j 5St *?»'*3B« >. »«tt Htfotl Uayi*cht,;t' ayiewsa S^Xftt?J*wlnwit*/opr. d*ya;t£«.' city; was j hem „ that? tbere ,*ere somyrgood'Jtlfnw In ; store.'for SPOKANE TO I»|ANED 21 Mayor Hoyd I ; ban I ordered i Uie: chief foTf p«Hct> ■ to" elr«e s »Ji:(f«mbHßg;jpfntg*in?^n»kißrn* . at «'os«s^».Tl»bi m&ydrf:dt^ln'rtiri '*thfit t.fi'*2'^.^«f law - .C-; - . , rr> IT DOESN'T PLEASE THE AUTO DRIVERS - - W. w. rirkerrtl. D; flrr.Pwjr-wd C. P....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 September 1904

* CITY IS TURNED OVER TO CAMERA MEN ■. iKv^ry.triißjßndJbofttfUiatvnrrived. | ■^litjiTatf >mißj' t^t«^|brougftCdelegJn;ci gt^Jtr^^^rluViTßßwii^ft'^ntion' of ;* j*£. Phot osria ph e'rs: A^oVfaUon*;ofJth c 5' NorthwraC" which;<">iD^n'iD4fAt.Tth<»"Ma: @j^lc>.t*Btpl«~thJs mof*illnß.T;Tb.e first r w«r an inform* I gathering i, tftw • delegates- to; get acquainted, \m }•,. the"' annual' dues'" andfswcuyeiHhV ■:;. . badg**:,^-.'^^J^^.; ; , .. >Vvc •;; ■wC^JH*?l^ * Wright' petted 'thefftftcr- 1 ' *<KWL«,»«,\l<)ii • wltbi *a * brief" address . lorjh«;r»cxt»fftUrJ daji' cJit: t'aylcwß* Jtsr'tg.tnnexV /our.d»ya;Ui<B. city.m : ;*,tWifß,*\,and 'aesnred; i bum .that - tbcre l£,wer«i »ga»^yfiWdftinje»;iri' store^fof SPOKANE TO $ BE GLEANED . ■■iSPOfKAisSE;? St hi 2] Mayor Boyd "?. bag;-? ordered ■}' tie - ehfef s'of 5 police* to ' : «r'9»fem*V;f|r*^Wß*'i?^nt»rJn -Spokane „-: nt u'm c*:*! " &stir*s £ t hat .» rousf hi ,:*=_• *very . Btmeslttr. " ."".' ■■/«.***:.* V H ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 May 1907

• *K3HJ WKATHKR FORECAST ■,-'}.:• ; ■ For Tacolna- and vicinity! ■' *" rfi fir ■ '' #^ IJ^Jl^^" ". ■ '*'"pV : Showers ? tonlsUt-' mid KOI ■ , ■ day; gentle southerly breeze. *I — ' -■ 45- : ;«•:■■>•-, ■■•;-/- -■.■• : CONVICTS' BOLD PLOT _ -^_____ , . , , . . , „_ ■ »"■-■■■ ■■» I —■' ■■ . . ■ . '■'■.— ■—.-— l-l . . IEN .CONDEMNED ITO SERVE LIFE TERMS .' FRUSTRATED 11 IN PLAN TO BLOW IP CHI i CAGO ; JAIL 1 AND LIBERATE i*; THOUSAND I*RISONERB.'|^® 9 ' *\» '* . ■ __ If ". ' :'■ . . .- ■ ■':< ' [j .: CHICAGO,' May> 18. — A bold |J pl<jt to blow. up j the' Jail here and y liberate^ a thousand prisoners was 4 frustrated ■ today ; by 'the discovery lof a store of nitro glycerine In the || prison.*l A breach\ had j been . made in west wall in which tire con- Q victs planned Jto place explosives ''and destroy the wall. 1"-«'w, ■.;'V\r-';'- --§ Extensive plans had been made f. By the prisoners: to make a break | ( in ii body at the time of the ex plosion. ' Bed, slats. and r other...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 May 1907

; THE TACOMA TIMES ',""■Office 768 Commerce • St. 'Kverjr;orenlnfl\except Sunday. Entered at the post office at Tacoma. Wash., as second-class matter USES TPE'SCRIPPS NEWS ASSOCIATION PRESS SERVICE TEUKTHONKS— »l 11 \ I MAIN' 704? BUSINESS. MAIN' 733. Om Ifil ■ Capri Mm *->"'< <^«^ 3^c^?*fer» ** °—** ■ Month, *3 «Vi ir, m Wt*k kr r«rr)-f at M«»C?S2^') hr tarrlt-r or hr Ml GRATIFYING MOVE ON ~ "FELLOW SERVANT LAW" The La Follette "Fellow servant law" case, now under sub-' mission to the supreme court of the I'nited States on the question I of Us constitutionality, possesses added Interest due to the attitude of the government toward It. It will be recalled that this act Kbolishea the common law rule that, the negligence of one fallow •errant prevents another from recovering, and also abolish common law rule as to contributory neiilieence, where the negli fpnee of the employe was slight and that of tho employer grosß. The n-,ientlou of the validity of this act arises in damag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 May 1907

BOISE A HOTBED OF SLEUTHS BOISE, Idaho, May 18.—Dark est Russia's espionage system is eclipsed by that existing in Boise today, which may eventually pre cipitate trouble. Paid spies dog every step and everyone in anyway connected ■with the Haywood case, and al ready the incensed men are threatening dire vengeance upon persecutors. ■ Both sides are offending. ■ As a result of Hawley's state- Biont that Jack Simpkins, former Brganlzer of the Western Federa- Bon, ig sure to be tried, there is Hui'h speculation here as to the FOODSTUFF BECOMES SCARCE I Trade opened firm and steady aday. While there was a scarcl r of several commodities, there rere no changes in prices, except a veal, which advanced half a Bnt per pound. If. is wholesaling t 10c. Beef was scarce, owing Jo the non-arrival of the usual $upply from Seattle, but prices ■were stationary. Butter was also scarce, due to the increased demand for cream for making ice cream, thus de priving local creameries of cream. Heretofore th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 May 1907

4 TIGE GETS GAME ALL RIGHT HUCIK. STAM>l\<. ■"&V..V; ■-•.■■ •-■-.- ;: -Won;Lo*t.Pct. AWiletn . .';...'..T...1* 6, .727 Entitle v; %: ,"«'• ...:.,... IS >r 8 .esj i : T«coi»«r;*..vr;.-....v.i4 9 .«09 Hpokatio . '........,...11 11 .600 sßuHei'. v -;'...".v...•..-.;.■?■ 14-' .191 : .Vancouver .".... ?5 19 . .BSSI SEATTLE, Mar -r:. t«. — That! kink Is : coming out of Tige's tall ' and he yesterday took' ;: another game from Seattle by 6 runs to I 4. ■ This victory *is• to some; extent due '•; to js Bradley lof * the, Si washes.' who lost; a " splendid, chance'; for a double play in the seventh inning, but fell ;all,'over'himself i getting after the ball '; and the men J were j safe i when ', he :? woke ' up. vA '- mo TACOMA WINS HONORS "i; SEATTLE.-, May 18. — Under i?' perfect conditions. the; trial • heats fl of one of 4 the biggest interscholas '<t tic* track! meets ] ever • held \ in " the ■■; Northwest t were completed yester day on the .university: campus. It ISwas...

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