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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 May 1907

■m IGE GETS GAME ALL RIGHT LBAGt'K SYAXniN", , Won. tost Pet. f*AWrd*en%;.....'...... 16 . «, .727 Se«ttk> .... .;:.... .15 8 .682 Ta'oniK '....,....... 14 3 .80» £pokan« . .....:11 11 .500 Butte ..■.,.....;..;;.' 9 14 .Jfll ■ .Vancouver , : ......... 2 .19 ; .585 \ SEATTLE^: May 18. — That ;: kink Is coming out 'of 'Tlge's' tall and he \ yesterday .'took another ■> game - from" Seattle, by 6 runs to "4." This; victory is to some 'extent :; due ;to !, Bradley jof > the. Btwai ■, ■who , lost: a ' splendid; chance for a double play in the seventh inning, but j fell all ; over himself getting ■ after ' the ball and the men were Safe when he woke up. A mo- TACOMA WINS HONORS - SEATTLE,*' May 18.— Under perfect! conditions; the trial heats -r©f one of the biggest Interscholas tic \ track 1 meets \ over held in the r ' Northwest were completed yester day on the university campus. II was necessary to run many heats -In ■■: all events, , especially dashes, owing to the large number...

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

1 M —N ■• J i-**l can have uo» real success L- «&pt that whlcfc I will make I lo*j myself hb honorable RJjAns. - „.- | j m *^J ' — w RESIDENT liinTrTP GREETS I MANY |3:f;;;;: —-. " '•"" . Holds Open House and *3- Shakes Hands of llkh Thousands. jSshsl *j- ';• ''-■'' '' » miDS HIS GROUND 'WOTCI THREE HOURS MM*'---.:' .»■;'■■' ———— ' --'a- -' ffcr' tTnited Press Leased Wire.) If ABHINGTON, D. C, Jan. I. — .President Roosevelt, surrounded by. fats family and a few invited 'mtiti.« kept open house today, and there wasn't one of the thous tOSM.Who paid their respects anil Wl*M4 '. the host a "Happy New "tmnt/i who didn't say It was the mat* Successful "at home" given by "a* Roosevelts since they mov •ad *810 the White . House with their belonging seven years last Blihftber. Many distinguished folks, in eladlag what is recognized as the "Wrnmrt Hundred"—the diplomatic HUM' were among the specially IsqpM « v guests, as were also all : fortunate enough to move in th»»elect social and oi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 January 1909

SfftS@NAßftß^P®KTSi IEITTLETRYNG TO BACK OUT . ; UrbAmt I 1 TBi« Seattle Rangers are trying jo tMMik out of the soccer. game to r* .l ajred : here. Sunday with the fIjMOTW team.*>.--.- Tacoma, however, rIUIKIDE and Seattle must play pr» forfeit the game. ■ Dougall, Willison and Pear lon wiO probably plsy with Soat g»J|o*Wr,»t,Victoria In an effort ft the Canadians. 1-' "v 1,: -• -; STONES OUT OF I BASEBALL HlarlitaUneiTPKw Leased Wire.) I PORTLAND, ; Ore., Jan. I.— llaldf A. Jones, captain and man |oHsjtef the ! Chicago White Sox, ft the American. league, . arrived fat Portland yesterday . from Elma, Dull., where he spent the Christ- Mas holidays with his mother, who J< Immediately on hl« arrlral the batons leader of the Chicago Doricans \ positively announced ■bat he; would play no more base ball and stated that he had reach lit t&ts decision because of the ne kpsity of hi« presence in Portland ittend to his business interests K^PITTHPLAYS UFPGRTLAND V today ; Whltworth c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 January 1909

SALONS TO HAND OUT THE 1 PLUMS Pierce county representatives and senators will hold a meeting In Taoomii tomorrow to decide whom to select as the Pierce coun ty men for appointment to the snaps in the house and senate. Besides the various clerkships tlhere will be a little army of messengers, doorkeepers, steno graphers and porters, all of whom draw good salaries. Pierce coun ty is entitled to a fair share of these jobs and there are plenty of/ applicants. So there will be no conflict when the delegation gets to Olympia and has to butt up against the claimants from other counties the Pierce delegation will settle beforehand whom they will stand for. SCHOOL BOARD TAKES CHARGE TOMORROW The new school board will as sume charge tomorrow. Drury and Clifford retire and Mrß. Bul lard and W. P. Hopping enter upon tlheir duties. John T. Bibb 1b expected to be elected president. a > unch ™l™i! tL lt ta S~.»r l*rrX" Roll Edge Rubbers |%J342 PACIFIC AVENUE. W% SHOES Soft Soli Shoes Half We W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 January 1909

I THE TACOMA TIMES ■ WnUB HVJEKX STONING KXGEPT SUNDAY BY TH» H TAOOMA TIMES P CRUSHING COMPANY: B M OFFICB7«» COMMERCE STREET IN ' ■ || "**»<* at tmm poatoffloe at Taco ma, Trash, as second-class matter! g raLSQRAPHIC SERVICE OF UNITED PRESS ASSOCIATIONS. £ A MFC »«•»"*■• Office ..;...... „, „ Mai. 788, AI7sT » I ilUllLo ST?* I**1 ***0* D"**' .......Mala 788. A 1783 g *v1,,-v.EdHori«l Dept. . . Main 79*. A iTS 3 1 aS^^^a ONLY INDEPENDEXI NEWSPAPER. * TERMS OK Sl' INSCRIPTION, f, 3mm P*? **** * co Pf, wren cents a week by carrier or by mall) 8 W oef a mantli by carrier or by mail; six month* by mall, 91.60; I fey Emu. «a.Tg. * I ELECTION TOMORROW OF VAST I IMPORTANCE TO TACOMA a Kftaally as Important to the people of Tacoma as the carrying I ** ***• Power plant project tomorrow is the repudiation of the I Ileal and treacherous campaign that has been waged against I H by the power trust gang. ' I fc/i « a campaign of this character can win then, —.but we have lit- I "tH Mr of B™s*...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 January 1909

fO PROBE FAILURE OF INSURANCE CO. ) fy United I'resM Leased Wire.) NEW YORK, Jan. 1. —State In- KlirUM Superintendent Kelsey to fcay l>egan M Investigation to as certain why the Washington Life Insurance company went out of business Wednesday, secretly transferring its boke and records to tho Pittsburg Life & Trust com pany. Superintendent Kelaey has in structed examiners to make an in juiry into the matter. . He has taken action simply to the interests of policy | holders. ACTION AGAINST TEACHER IS DISMISSED (By United Pi-ess leased Wire.) SPOKANE, Jan. I.—After hear ing the legal opinion of Assistant Atorney General E. C. McDonald, the state board of education yes terday dismissed action against Milton Pritchard, the Carbonado school teadher accused of brutal conduct towards his children, and Pritchard will be retained by the board. • —• No one can compel me to , drop my evil habits, but I can make my life what I choose, and today, as on any day, I can so act as to free I m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 January 1909

icMix GIVEN ROUSING ! WELCOME IN TACOMA Mr. A. D. McMix was given an uproarious welcome in Tacoma. At IS o'clock, midnight, bedlam broke loose. Up from the bay came the roar *It»#. steamboat wti.lstlos and the I screeching of the mill tooters. I Bvwrybody that could get hold of |j a bell rope pulled with a will and | Mnt the brazen clangor of the 5 tpper out over the city to let the , Bople know that old Father Time ( * riblfted the year 1908 into hls | and opened a new book for I Itt >yreral of the churches of ! BURTON IS 1 BURTON IS I ASSURED I !■? United Press Leased 'Wire.) ■ OOLUMBUS, 0., Jan. I.—Fol- Ht ■• Ing i the i announcement las re ■ Mrted yesterday of the withdraw- BXWi-irffjTaft and Foraker from tbe ■r waatorlal contest. Governor Har- R Mb, Warren Kiefer, Warren Hard ■ lac M and the rest of the dark ■ bones have retired and It is ad ■ nlted Burton will be named by ■ :^»celamat lon for United States sen ■ '^•tor at the republican caucus Sat- W Kdajr and ■. elected ne...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 January 1909

THE TACOMA REAL ESTATE MAUKST ' JOWLERS STEAL 1 J VALUABLES Prowlers are again operating among; the summer homes of the 'beaches along the edge of Quarter irister Harbor. The latest report ,is that some one recently entered the cottage of Miss Mary Camp bell, drawing instructor in the Ta <!oma public Bchool, and carried off practically many valuable articles. The loss amounts to about $300. , The principal loss is that of a quantity of silverware. Other minor reports of thefts from the Quartermaster beaches 'reach the ears of the Tacoma po lice from time to time, but they 'are powerless to do more than '■watch for the appearance of stolen >'><jlclea In the city. ,<Jewport beach, where Miss '.ampbell'B cottage Is located, is itn King county, and the matter ■ lias been reported, to Uio officials of that count/. :...■-"-'ir-ji (By VmHeA ' Pra» : I*ase4 Wire.) <H CATANIA, Jan. —Russian 'Bailor* arrived here today from , Messln*, r', carrying a score of nak ., •dbafcles...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 January 1909

■ THREE KLLED ISnfPifl'H f'' 1 A"' II ITT :l*.' :"; m in ft BMTLE I OVER WEDDING §3f* (By United Press lieased "Wire.) mk j LOCKHART, Tex., Jan. 1— Kay- ; a pitrhed battle be ifdM j|tweei» two families, a bridegroom, gM^JUs father-in-U.v his brother- Wgl Maw we dead a*dr» bride is on gSI c verse of lasanlty from grief. «8" isSfe?^* difficulty arose over a ro ll yg.ew*: mrrlase • between - the fam- Mj rrAr-nbnth ago Ed Boctbe and Jwll^HiV*S Gk*l». were married here, Kj Ihougk thtre was objection to Hi £s»*ding. v The families' met {Ml. 4MF a several shooting followed. BjK 1 ftoth« fired; killed Goals, the Hi rKe's fattier. The younger Qoals, 9b. I bride* brother, then&ehot 91 l*Otl»* f »nd \ while the ; latter } was II 111*, ne fatally wounded" young BI '■ »«vlb, who soon'dled3;^ ; i - HI "" ** dead men were well known, \ mm city h 5 BOMBARDED (By tTnit«d Press lieased Wire.) ■M CATANIA. & Jan. —Warships K|ffi<^.**^ coast i of • Messin% i- began H bpinbardiag > the burn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 January 1909

V 7 Cent On the Street— (11 30 Cents Per Month \Oel3vered or By Mall CLOSES IDENTITY \ WANDERS FOR I ? FOUR DAYS f, TJTCHER WHO MYSTERIOtTS 'jt |JLY DISAPEAREI) IiAST SUN f • *>AY, SUDDENLY REGAINS Si .5 JPERSONALITY — IS I % >,'\ BLANK. mCn _ f Who was James McCutcheon ■"/ r four days? "t As James McCutcheon, the Roy I butcher, who disappeared sud l a«nly last Sunday, he lost Just / four days of existence. Every ,'• circumstance indicates that he I has been around the country in , i.hls section, but he was not Me ' Cutcheon during these four days, , at laast he bias no recollection of 'existence.' . It' Is evident he lost ; 'Ms own personality and was some i 'jdy else during this period. ( While walking along the roa<J }a.r Auburn yesterday afternoon '. ; suddenly once more became , . scCutcheon, the Roy butcher. He '' resumed his normal personality ' and discovered whero he was, got on an interurban and came to Ta i, ■oniit, appearing at the home of "■' his uncle, James M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 January 1909

TOD ATS SPORTING NEWS WHITFORTH SCORES DECIDED VICTORY i|iii^(Br<UiiU«<l Press licased Wire.) H PORTLAND, Jan. 2.—Whit ra •, worth college ran away with the feeary -; Multnonmh . Athletic _, club '»<**', gridiron team yesterday and won a J y decided \ victory by a score of 10 %% ito; 4. The | Tacoma ', boys I showed fßt I»r greater skill than the Portland fEATTLE TO ■; PLAY HERE M TOMORROW ■^^£|£iTacoma and the Seattle Rangers ■^^^111 meet at Athletic park in thin ■ /Upv city "Sunday afternoon to settle ■• ■, "-M, the t championship . honors ;on the l^^ioeeer field. Tacoma lost out to Mho-.*b* Rangers before, but was not in l£|fc*£s condition to play. It la expected ■filip to get back at the King county ifc|||yh fellows tomorrow. : ; I BREMMER WINS GOLFJfIATCH I • H. J. Bremner won the Balfour I ' «oM medal • in '• the ' New Year's y Bolt match "at the Country club I wltt a acore of 174, allowing a U^ handicap of 8. George Sher ■ J "wood. J. M: Keen and P. H. Ker ■/ afcaw w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 January 1909

POPE AIDS ■Vatican Gardens. Trans- Jf formed Into Open-Air Hospital. (By United Press Leased Wire.) ROME, Jan. 2. —The vatlca;; irard'ens have been transformed ■Into open air hospitals for lh< ■wounded refugees from Messlnr end Reggio, so that the pope ma> attend the sufferers personally. Similar hospitals have been es tablished at the Quiriual and every available means of oarinp for refugees in Rome is being pre pared for their reception. The church authorities have re ported to the pope that they fear 41 number of Americans are in the rains at Messina. The pope has expressed the wish thait Arch bishop Ireland, wno now Is Tn Europe, would visit the scene, and <t Is probable that the archbislioii will discontinue his present t'jiir and start at once for Messina. • it was at the special directk;; of the pope that the hospital was established In the Vatican garden, as it was his great desire to take Borne personal part in the work of aiding the injured. JAP STABBED TO DEATH I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 January 1909

I THE lACOMA TIMES I PUBLISHED EVERT EVENING KXOEPT SUNDAY B* XHB || * '' ' ."-V TAOOMA TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY § Q/: i ;■ " ' OFFICE—76B COMMERCE STREET Bntered at the postofftce at Tacoma, TVaiih. at ■econd-daw matter" ; TKLEQRAPHIC i SERVICE OF XJNITED PRESS ASSOCIATIONS. PHfIITF ; HwiM °«lee 7.77~. . Main 788, Al7Sttf I IIUftLO E 1™1""0* ""Pt- Main 738, A 1783 | 1I"V .Editorial Dept. . Mmln 784, A i7=3 IH^-£? IKS ** .TOfftSSitett ONLY INDEPENDENT L TACOMA'B NEWSPAPER. | ' IKiOIS QV SI HBCKUTION. ..'.■■ E i^S^L** 11* * cop7t ■eTen cenU • "eek by carrier or by mall; m ■« mv a month by carrier or by mall; six niontha by mall, f 1.50; ■ -'■?»*** year by mAli, 82.78. ■ tM?i?lnn BlhJ^ *i;? sUBKRJ|—Shouia your copy of th. Times :-a to ■ th« *ii?,V»7. y _ ? clook any ev«n»«»*. pleas* do u» the favor to c»il up ■ MWl^^r«mptiy efrraMdUHL 'n 7*3 °r Home Al7BJ< ani tn troubl ***■ Mir • I & M S*J >. .*?AII^^ B1IBR9—That» when your subscription explrei I *S^?iSiltJ.!?^li*"K Übel at...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 January 1909

ip^HE SPOTLIGHT | »-. , « AT THE TACOMA. j^ "The Great Divide." v:?' "The Great Divide," the dram ; atlo production placed in the front f rank of powerful theater, attrac- tlons of powerful theater, attrac tions by Henry Miller and Mar -1 garet Anglln, was given its tirst I presentation to a Tacoma audi |-*ence at the Tacoma theater yes [ terday afternoon and last night. Jr It proved a big hit. Edwin ;. .■ Mordant as Stephen Ghent was ex ''' ceedingly clever and Miss Mabel v Brownell, his leading support, ! was fully equal to her part. f The play will be repeated to ' night. . | The artistic pleasures of the theatrical season are to be greatly f, enhanced by the presentation at , the Tacoma theater next Fflda;, ■ and Saturday of "Peer Gynt," tlu greatest work of Henrlk Ibsen, ii which Mr. Louis James will ap pear in the title role, supporter by a company numbering nearl; eighty people. "BABES IN TOVL.AND. This musical extravaganza i brimful of fun, and not a moment passes but that a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 January 1909

WIFE FORGIVES PREACHER AFTER GIRL ESCAPADE W&WBi&H TOO are FREK," hhk . v.?f tells him in JAIL, "i will MKBT YOU." ;■ ■••■■■ HE BLAMKH GIRL OF FIFTEEN IpgSS FOR >; LEADING} HIM INTO • KLOPKMKNT. (By United 'Press Leased Wire.) ISB& PONTIAC, 111., Jan. 2.—Com posed, complacent and cheerful, the "Rev." Harry H. Goodin, the %\ Unfrocked clergyman who Induced t *si 6-year-old Anna Blanche Edgln -^ ton to leave her home and elope with him to Chicago, where both THREE SOUTHERN STATES IN DRY X COLUMN WKpuSfrtSi«.» ■ • 'V.r gff(By United Press Leased Wire.) Sir ATLANTA,' Ga., Jan. 2.—Yes ;t terday three more southern states § were added to the prohibition col §umn, the j state prohibitory laws By United Press Leased Wire.) ATLANTA, Ga., Jan. 2.—Yes irday three more southern states ere added to the prohibition col mn, the state prohibitory laws _ going. into effect ffi in Alabama, i* orth ; Carolina; and Mississippi, f; eorgia also has state prohibition v'now, making four, sou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 January 1909

THE TACOSVM REAL ' ESTATE MARKET LARGE ATTENDANCE AT SUNDAY MEETING URGED .'' The Taooma'lted Cross society Is making an effort to get out a large crowd for the Tacoma the ater meeting at 3 o'clock tomor row for the purpose of devising means to help relieve the suffer .ers in Sicily. This morning a delegation of local Italians called on Mayor Linck and arrangements were made to co-operate with the gen . eral movement. The Red Cross ■ society now has some money on hand, but it wants to raise much more to send to the stricken country. 25 YEARS FOR pfe MURDER ! SLAYER OF DIPLOMATIST IS ; SENTENCED TO LONG TERM | AT SAN QUKNTIJf. ! SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 2.—ln ; Whan Chang, the Korean, con victed of the murder of Durham i White Stevens, was sentenced to serve 25 years in the state penl . tentiary at San Quentin by Judge Carroll Cook today. , Chang was convicted of murder In the second degree after a plea of emotional patriotic insanity. 4 It was also alleged that he fired to prevent his co...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 January 1909

REBUKES PRESIDENT FOR ACCOSTING DAUGHTER (By United » Press Leased "Wire.) WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 2.— While *»* refused today to dia \.Jou«i the lmJlcents leading to hla iddresslng a rebuke to President ftooaevelt, ; Carkston B. Hasard, a RPeaatthy v Virginian, is known to tare addressed the president re ifljtwrdtnc an alleged action of the president In accostlug his daughter !S|«n, « road near Rock Creek park. fsm&'fb* ! letter reads: .;.,:; • •:■-. ■, ■'- •-: "Hon. Theodore Roosevelt. Sir: fji My little daughter, Martfha, 14 '^y«ars 1 old, came j home | about two weeks a«o from « horseback ride r'.|erylng,: and i stated ' that she had 0 been >;• accosted while riding In Rock Creek park. ' i^^i&VSne ■ informs me that sne un- M,*tP»ctedly came upon your par'y Md I guard, and not wishing to m LEARNS HOW 10 TALK TO MONKEYS Tennessee Man, Who Has Spent Two Years in the Jungles of Africa, "(Jets Next" to Lan guage of "De Monk." BRISTOL, Term., Jan. 2.—Prof. Richard Lynch Garn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 4 January 1909

U.S.Sherlbck Holmes Uses Brains Instead of False Whiskers: VT t VOL. 6. NO. 13 COSGROVE WILL RETURN THIS WEEK TO TAKE OATH Congress Gi-Oes £800,000 For "Relief of Italy CONGRESSMEN, BY UNANIMOUS VOTE, COME TO AID OF EARTH QUAKE SUFFERERS, EXCEEDING PRESIDENT'S REQUEST BY $300,000 — SENATE CONCURS IN ACTION. WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 4. —When congress reconvened today both houses immediately took up the president's special message asking for aid for the Italian earthquake sufferers. i The house immediately passed by unanimous vote a bill appropriating $800,000, of which $500,000 is to be cash and $300,000 the estimated value of supplies on board the supply ships Culgoa and Celtic. In the senate the message was referred to the committee on appropria tions and Senator Hale offered a resolution providing for an adjournment during which the committee could meet to consider the appropriation. This was adopted. Later the senate reconvened and passed the bill. After the quick relief bill was p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 4 January 1909

TODAY'S SPORTING NEWS «EW BOXER AFTER HIOM HONORS ALFRED KUBIAK. GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., Jan. 4. —One of the men who aspires to be heavyweight chnmpion of the ■world Is Albert Kubiak, the Grand Rapids ex-policeman who sprang Into the limelight in Philadelphia by beating several heavyweights of average ability. As the next •tepping stone Kubiak expects to fight Jack O'Brien. CHAMPION FANCY SKATER TO EXHIBIT IN EUROPE KISS MINNIE " CUMMINGS. -; MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Jan. *. —MUm Minnie Cummings of Min neapolis, champion woman fancy akater of the world, has started en a tour that will embrace the large cities of the United States, ■\ Canada* and - Europe. ;V Beginning today Miss Cum > mings is booked for exhibitions for J three solid months. , She has toured America twice, but this . ■will be the first time that Bhe has ■:. ever crossed the pond to Bhow her ■kill (on the steel blades. SMOKE PRINCE'S * BLEND THK FINEST TOBACCO T 'ON THE MARKET I'KKK 23c, 50c aid 81.00. •, • , :; On Sale O...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 4 January 1909

WASHINGTON TO FIGHT THE WHITE PLAGUE BHili TO ESTABLISH TUBKRCU LOSIS SANITARIUM TO HE IN TRODUCED IN LEGISLA TURE. (By Unlt<Hl I*ress Leased Wire.) PORTLAND, Or., Jan. - 4. — ,When the legislature at Olympla convenes, one of the first official acts of Dr. J. A. Ghent, who is a new members of that body, will be to Introduce a bill asking for an appropriation of $150,000, PRESIDENT FIRES BACK AT CONGRESS (Continued From Page One.) under the leadership of Chairman Tawney (Rep., Minn.), Smith (Rep., Iowa), Sherley (Dem., Ky.) and Fitzgerald (Dem., N. V.) The beginning of this agitation, the president says, was a 3,000 word letter sent to tine Chicago In terlOcean in 1904 by L. W. Bus bey, private secretary to Speaker Cannon. At the time this letter assailing the secret service was published, President Roosevelt points out, these government de fectives weer working on the great land frauds in the West and aiding In the beef trust investiga tion. Action Against Justice. "But all of th...

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