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

THE TACOMA TIMES *PVBUBH£D BVKUX EVENING BXGEPT' tttTDAT BY TUB P;. XAOOMA TIMES PUBLISHING OOMPAOT " OFFICB—76S COMMERCB BTRBHT ntwdvtth* poatotflce at Tacoma, V.'ash. as »cona-claM mattT. TBLJBQRAPHIO SERVICE OF UNITED PRESS ASSOCIATIONS. DHAIIFC Baine Ofnce : .., ..Main 788, AI7SB ■■■srlllllll ClrcalaUo* Dept. Main 788. A 1783 ■ ■■VI1»-*J.Editorial Dept. . Main 7M, Ai733 THIS * TIMES U* yjrfSgSStea. ONIiY INDEPENDENI g^JV . TACOMA *D«J^^^F > NEWSPAPER. ; - XKKMS OK HI'BSCBIPTION. Kft» cent a copy, aeren cents a week by carrier or by mall; SO cents a month by carrier or by mail; six months by mail, 91.50; o»e year by mall, fa.75. . . ■ ■„ ■ i NOTICH TO SVIiSCHIBBiRS— your copy of the Tims* Tsii to I raach you by • o'clock any evening, please do v* the favor to call up L2s|b« circulation department. Main T»3 or Home A 1733. and the troublg P^irll km | promptly remadlad. [ K't;V9 MAII> SUBSCRIBBRS— date when your lubaerlptlon explret I JfelnitU'UUnu label of each pape-. When t...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 4 January 1909

THE DEVOTED REGION IN ITALY THE CITIES OP MESSINA, DI CALABRIA AND CATANIA ARE REPORTED TO HAVE BEEN PRACTICALLY DE STROYED. MANY OTHER TOWNS IN CALABRIA AND SI CILY SVFFERED SEVERE DAM AGE. TACOMA RESPONDS NOBLY TO CALL OF SUFFERING ITALY Tacoina yesterday formally started the work of furnishing re lief to the earthquake sufferers In Italy by raising a fund of $229. Meetings were held at the Tacoina theater and at Valhalla hall. At the latter Italians spoke in their Dative tongue and at the former Mayor Liuck, T. J. Bell, Secre tary Percy Sinclair and others Bpoke. Committees have been appoint ed to canvass the city for funds to aid the sufferers. A thorough canvass of the whole city will be made. BURTON CHOSEN BY CAUCUS (By United Press Leased Wire.) COLUMBUS, 0., Jan. 4. —Theo- dore Burton of Cleveland, was unanimously chosen by the repub lican caucus Saturday afternoon to be elected senator In place of Joseph B. Foraker of Cincinnati. The election will take place Jan \iary 12. T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 4 January 1909

iiiiiEiD TO IMPROVE RIVERS Aid ? will .bo V asked v. from the state . for the >Improvement of the T^C Puyallup and Duwamish rivers tor & the 'alleviation o( ■ the flood trou *-f» bles and ;. for the extension of nav igation up both streams. :• . . A delegation of Seattle men representing ! the | commercial and p business organizations of that city over Saturday and consider th | local t committees of the ber, of Commerce and Com al club' and several members c i legislature, the problems Rue over Saturday ask oonsider with local committees of the amber of Commerce and Com ircta.l club and several members the legislature, the problems It was decided to ask the state r aid preparatory to getting an iprlation from congress. The atter will be taken up by a com ltteo of ten, five from Seattle id five from Tacoma. EXPERT ORDERED I,_P .'>:; (By United Press Leased Wire.) TOKYO. Jan. 4.—Prof. Omorl, Wki the Japanese expert on tremblers Ijpj and Seismic disturbances, has ■j."..-* be...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 4 January 1909

THE TACGMA REAL ESTATE MARKET CHICKEN SHOW WILL OPEN TOMORROW THie fifteenth annual show of the Taooma Poultry association opens tomorrow morning in the Knights of Pythias building at 92 4 C street. There are 1,000 en tries, including chickens, ducks and pigeons, some of the best birds of the coast being on dis play. George H. Northup, Race vllle, New York, the noted judge, will place the awards. The show is open daily from 9 a. m. to 10 COMMERCIAL CLUB NOMINATE NEW OFFICERS TOMORROW 'New officers for the Tacoma Commercial club will be nominat ed at the regular meeting tomor row night. The election will be hfld January 12 and will be by ballot, the polls being open from 12 o'clock, noon, until 9 o'clock In the evening. Only members fully paid up will be allowed to vote. Not more than flvo of the pres ent trustees will be re-elected. -v The bylaws of the club provide tSiat not more than five of the trustees can be re-elected and some of the present board, it is Baid, would be dropped...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 4 January 1909

MUMEE MERGES WESTERN INTERESTS I be Chicago, Milwaukee & Pu- I g*t Sound rail-way, a corporation I mod Saturday, takes the place lof the four subsidiary railroad In Washington, Ida- I |*b, Montana and South Dakota I united to carry on the extension I of tb* Chicago, Milwaukee & St. I il railway to the Pacific coast. ■ ttime four corporations have I d out of existence and from I Mrtdse, on the Missouri river, R \o the coast an independent com i] >»nT exists. Th« change was Ej JBAde by amending the articles of jjHtncorporation of the Washington I company. D : With the chage In the company I ttme an Increase of capitalization I from $3,000,000 to $100,000,000. I The officers are the same as I those of the old Chicago, Milwau- I kee & St. Paul railway of Wash- I lngton. They are: H. R. Will- I lams of Seattle, president; A. M. Ingersoll or Taooma, vice presi dent; Mr. Pearson, chief engineer; Mr. Field as general counsel, and Mr. Cook as secretary. E. D. Sewall, until now...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 January 1909

Want a Home? f/OOK OVER THE BARGAINS OFFERED BY THE REAL ESTATE DEALERS, PAGE T 'VOL. 0. NO. 14 ICY BLAST SWEEPS NORTHWEST OIL CASE TO BE RETRIED ATTORNEY GENERAL SAYS THAT GOVERNMENT WILL REOPEN FIGHT AGAINST TRUST. (By United Press Leased Wire.) WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 5.— Attorney General lionaparto today announced that the government will re-try the famous Standard Oil case, in which that corporation was lined $2tt,000,000, for alleged rebating. It is generally believed here that the case will be heard before Unit ed States Judge Kenesaw Moun tain Landis, in Chicago, who hand ed down Hi.- original decision. NO TRACE OF MISSING BOYS l(Ry United Press Leased Wire.) HOQUIAM, Jan. B. —Searching parties numbering 100 men who havebeen ransacking the harbor -for the past two days In the hope of finding the bodies of James Burrows, Harry Sanborne and Loren Cogdill, the High school lads who mysteriously disappear ed after starting out on a humtug expedition, returned last night with no cl...

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

SslUssSSEs&SK^Sfe"^*^ ■ :-■■■■•:.. ..--4-. •■'•:'■ '• _, ____ . -. ' , - INDOOR BASEBALL LEAGUE PUNNED T. M. O. A. tbeletea will organ ise an. Indoor baseball league with in the next few weeks and it Is I axp«cted to make this game one I t the features of this winter's I , gymnasium work. Many of the 1 boys are anxious to get Into the \ *.' Basketball and wrestling still v * Are popular and the wrestlers will •• v COKRECT DRESS FOR MEN : ,_ v SOG^B CoprHf ht 1908 by You'll find it an extremely easy matter to get an overcoat here that suits you; some very stunning new models here. ■2^Auto Coats, Utility Overcoats, Mi 1 itarj- . - Collar, Tourist Coats, Kaglans, Box Oyer -4^ coats, Chesterfields in all fabrics, all sizes. $15 to $50 : We have the kind of good warm under wear here for you that will make you 'Hi smile at old winter and his icy blasts, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $250, $3.00 and $3.50 per r %garment; union suits $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, ,; $3.50, $4.00, $5.00, $6.00 and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 January 1909

The ROBINSON CLOTHING CO. raSH^U fi I I u^^ m U B B B B B ■ B B J&liii&r* W . ■... FORCED TO THE • Wj^^^fe^^^^^ll We are simply "ght up against it the reason is told in a few words—We bought $35,000 worth of men's clothing and furnish- ifWM%Wfi^&^sy ins goods before opening, and paid down a substantial sum and the balance is due on the 20th of January, 1009. We haven't got fi^^H| B ill even half tne amount required (the exact amount needed being $15,000). We overloaded on fall goods expecting to get into our jiP^l!?^^ Hk P^"fllßpgipß^^B|/ new store a month before we did and get our share of the fall business, BUT WE DIDN'T, and unless a miracle happens we will f^^^^^^E^^^ p'^^HßjfJMHft; have to close our doors on the date mentioned. We have still a fighting chance—we have decided to create such a furore in the |^^^^^^^^^S jtejS^^^^^^BL clothing business that the whole town will flock to our store. We have decided to create a havoc in prices, ignore profits and M 7: *'-Wt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 January 1909

THE lACOHA TIMES ; WBtMHHKP - EVEBT KVBNING KXGEPT BVNDAX 'BX IHB TAOOM A TIMES i PUBIJSHINO ' OOMPAKZ -S ■ « , ;; ' OmCß—76B COUMEHCH BTRUBT | Buterod at tk» poatoftlc* at Taooma. V.'aah, as Mcond-elasa matter TsKjBGRAPHIC I BBRVICg OF XJ NITBD :, PRRBB ASSOCIATIONS. DMAIIFC B«<i»rss °<**<» ..«.«..... » ..Main 7SS. AI7BB 1 nillir iN Circulation Dept. Main 788, 1733 lilVfi 1*-0 .Bdltortal D^t „ ..Main 794. A 1T33 THK TIMRB ■: U» .Tf^SU ONLY INDEPKNDKXf TACOMAS '■••.. ; tt'Ji£!ig3^ ll*, NEWSPAPER. —__ , TICKMM OK HI'BSCKIPTION. On* cent a copy, seven cents a week by carrier or by mall; I N ■■■«■ a month by carrier or bjr mall; alz month* by mail, »1.60; I mm yar by mall. fL7g. ' I ■Wl'ICHi TO BUBSCKIBERS— Shouia your copy of the Tlme>» rtiu to I *•*•>», you by 6 o'clock any evening;, please do us the favor to call up I Sfi Clroalatfon department. Main 73 S or Horn A 1733. and the troublo «^s»B»i Wm" promptly remedied. . " k v ., ■ • ... I I»R2E? >■***• KJMCIUsWRB— T...

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

MANY FINE BIRDS AT POULTRY SHOW With many a "quack, quack, quack" and "cook-a-doodle-doo" the Tacoma poultry show opened this morning in the Knights of Pythias building on C street. There are ducks, chickens, tur keya, pigeons and other birds on exhibition and the show promises to be the most successful ever >held In this section. George H. Northup of Racevill'?, N. V., i& Judge of the show and the birds he has to look at are tho RELIEF FUND GROWS WITH RAPIDITY Up to last evening Tacomans kad contributed $591.05 for the relief of the stricken Italians in the earthquake region. Liberal contributions are being made all along the line and the fund Is expected to reach the 1,000 mark today. The committee appointed to canvass the city are at work and are meeting with good success. EXCURSION TO BE BIG THING Robert Lee, local Harrlman pas senger agent, attended a confer ence of passenger agents of the Harrlman system at Portland Sat urday. The coming excursion of fhe Tacoma and Seat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 January 1909

1 "The Stage! "Why, Lo-Oe There Is Only W^lmcuftncLrj?!:: I^Wcmted IKea.l A ffectton Ii .'.•*•' ••'•: •' ••• • • . 0 ANDKHSON'S ] BARGAIN • ' ' • For j love and a borne she • ■ • «:^KfV;^^*-V.'.--:7: ■-'•; j • I—The praise of the clvl- •] I Hied £world.:*t.;^v ;; ,^ ->-!'• I • -The title of the "great- • I t • est apd ! sweetest *!■ American •>. [ • actress." • I 0 B—One of the largest sala- • , I 1 % rie« an actress ever . received. • . I • I—A niche In the hall of • ; irpsf&.x'i-:* ■■ --. ■-■ ••■■-■.•'•; |j NEW YORK, { Jan. 4.—Wanted 11 tx» Trade— for a fireside. A' I vnvr, for .; caresses. ' Illustrious I ] tune, for a loving man. Cheers, i|| tor children. " ' i ijl .."Sounds like a strange bargain II for ese, days. . . |?l 'Mary | Anderson, the great P \ 'American actress, who made such ; an exchange 14 years ago, de | Clares she got the best .of the , i trade. , j "I only . depicted love on the jI - ;stage," she said. "I never could (I M feel lit there. It wasn't real...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 January 1909

THE TACOMA HEAL ESTATE MARKET VIVIDLY DEP CTS HORROR Noted Novelist Tells a Thrilling Story of One , Man's Experience in Stricken Italy. LONDON, Jan. S\—P. Marlon Crawford, the novelist, cables from Italy a vivid story of the de stroyed city of Messina, which he obtained fro mhis son-in-law, who returned to Villa Crawford, after spending two days and a half In the ruined city. Crawford says he tells the story In the words of his son-in-law, as follows: Hide of Stowaway. "It being Impossible to reach Messina by ordinary means, I suc ceeded In getting passage as a stowaway aboard a small steamer on Tuesday evening and reached Messina the following morning at 6:30 o'clock. > Lands Under Protest. . "A steam launch from a man of war approached us with peremp tory orders to land no one, on pain of death, which was no mere threat. Our captain, however, asked permission for himself alone to land. He lowered a boat laden with provisions and bandages for the wounded, and the captain and si...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 January 1909

BURGLAR IS MID, ADMITS HIS GUILT Werklfts on ft slender deecrlp loa and with the entire city to arch, Detectlveo Wiley Z-" cn<d ppN^iMit]nlKht|SuTested Gust 3'Att4«r#on ■ within two . hours ■ after Sbftßß Mtwbk trail. -, .- ' Anderson broke ■-- down under :• tarn talkins ?to in the "sweat iox" an dadmitted that he Is the F\D PLANS ACTION TO DETERMINE WHO IS STATE EXECUTIVE (By Ifelted IV.-SS Ixiiv.-.l Wire.) OLYMPIA, Jan. s—Should Gov «rnor-elect Cosgrove abandon the plane !h« has made to come to Olympla to take the oath of office and to try to qualify In Paso Ro bles, Cal., quo warranto action will be taken in the supreme court by Governor Mead to ascertain who Is chief executive of the state of Washington. In accordance with ten present plan Governor Mead would ask the legislature to authorize the sus pension of business in the gover nor's office, such as the signing of land deeds, Issuance of notarial commissions and other duties where property rights may become Involved. Howa...

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

- PEOPLE FROM MARRYING f WITHOUT CONN SENT— h SEE PAGE 2 VOL. 6. NO. 14. QUAKE RELIEF FUND RE A CHES FIVE MILLION SENSATION N HAINS til ATTORNEY ASKS T. D. HAINS IF HE GRASPED ARM OF BROTHER'S WIFE SAVING: "YOU LOOK SWEET . ENOUGH TO KISS" DEFENDANT YELLS OUT DENI AL IN INDIGNANT MANNER— SCENE IN COURT ROOM IS DRAMATIC. 1 FLUSHING, L. 1., Jan. 6.— Thornton Jenkins Hams on trial for his life for participation In the shooting of William !■:. Annis, by Capt. Peter C. Hams, today was compelled to deny that he had grasped the arm of his brother's wife, Claudia, and remarked that she looked sweet enough to kiss. The question was asked by Special Prosecutor Darrin in an endeavor to support the theory of the prosecution that the de fendant instigated his brother to ettoot Annis because of his own love for his brother's wife. This morning began the third day of Jenkins Hams' appearance on the witness stand. He was ner vous and pale, but appeared bet ter thar yesterday, when he was compelled ...

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

I C KETCHQI ISSUES DEFI TO JACK JOHNSON y| MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMPION |s WTLXINO TO MEET 810 COl/ --? ORKI> MAN—CONFIDENT OF VICTORY. ;■;■; _, ■M&i GRAND 5 RAPIDS,. Mich., Jan. '^6^— Following the prediction or Willis I Britt that Stanley Ketchel Would 4 shortly overstep the color gp Hne, comes; the ' publication here today of the middleweight cham *<;,! pions % defl to . Jack Johnson and S VjjM«? demand that, Sam Langford defeat some sof the fighters he mg himself has met. Ketchel's state ment follows: *$z&i tfl had made up my mind before % the Burns-Johnson fight never to fight a colored man, but now. that >■ the great t bulk of the American HI ■porting ; public seems to be in ■W—- BOWLERS OF MIDDLE WEST WILL COMPETE IN ST. JOE PQ o rjwfciout ■ *R&SUMHT. ST. JOSEPH, Mo., Jan. 6. Compared with the A. B. C. meet at PitUburg in March, the second annual meting of the Middle- West Bowling association in St. Joseph, Jan. 28 to Feb. 4, in point of entries or prizes will n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 January 1909

BIG STRIKE MADE ON YUKON RIVER NEW IHSrOVEKY AVlfili PROB-I ABliY RMVLT IN DEVKIX)P MKNT OK nOOUD IiAHGKST CAMP IN THE DISTRICT. That an important strike has recently been made near Fort Gib bon, at the confluence of the Yu kon and Tanana rivers, and a stampede already taken place to the new diggings Is the news Just brought down from the north by Father Crlmont, S. J., acting Catholic bishop for Alaska. Father Crimont states that the intelligence received there indi cates that the discovery is one of great importance and will result In the establishment of an exten sive camp. The strike was made by Minook the Indian who first discovered ONLY THREE SURVIVI OF 50 GOLDSEEKERS BELFAST, Me., Jan. 6.—Bu three men survive of the party < 50 men nnd boys who left Belfa^ on Dec. 8, 1849, in the bark Wi. Ham O. Alden, for a voyag around the Horn to the newly dis covered gold fields of California and the reunions that marke each anniversary of the sailins day had to be finally given up. „ T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 January 1909

THE lACOMA TIMES . aTOBUBHKD EVERY KVUNINO HXGKPT SUNDAY BX THB - .':'■ v-; TAOOMA .TIMES PPBIJHHfNO COMPACT ;;. ?ofefr?-*- - OFFICE— OOMMBRCB aTBBOT ~ - Entered at the poetofflc* at Taooma, V.aah, aa second-class matter THLBGRAPHIC BERVICES OF UNITED PRESS ASSOCIATIONS. -DHAUFC BiutneM Otnc «, M .. Main 788, AI7SS if^lllfnir Clrcalatlob Dept. Main 788. AI7BS ■ ■■V»»-W.K < HtorUI Dept. Main 7>i. A iTS 3 THB TM! is ONIiT INDEPENDEJfI !TACOM.t a: vc^^^^ tt , . NKWHt'AI'KIt. r THE BUSINESS SIDE OF IT .One of the most exciting and entertaining of sports is legitt- Inate horseracing. There is less brutality in it than In football and Wrejral other popular sports that receive the endorsement of the jinonU element of society. But horseraclng with gambling as the feature of its support la an unmitigated evil, and the Times stands for its prohibition in this aUte. When you come to count the embezzlements, other crimes and til* ruins of lives and homes due to racetrack gambling, even on...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 January 1909

NOMINATIONS MADE BY COMMERCIAL CLUB President Bibb tried to beg off but the members of the Commer cial club wouM not permit him to retire and he was renomlnatea for president at the annual meet ing last night. Ernest Lister was also unanimously chosen for first Ice president. No other nomina tions were made for these posi tions. Charles Drury, George Lawler, A. B. Howe and E. J. Meneeley were put up for second vice presi dent. R. It. McCormick, Stephen Ap pleby, L. J. Pentecost, A. H. Mil ler, R. R. Madison, W. A. Pringie, Walter Rowley and G. B. Burks were named for treasurer. From the following the 15 trustees will be selected: George S. L<ong, L. L. Doud, John Bag ley, James H. Dege, C. H. Grln nell, W. R. Nichols, T. J. Bell, E. P. esslnger A. B. Howe R. G. Walker, C. 3. Barlow, A. U. Mills, 1 GETS UNIQUE REVENGE ON JOHN BURNS LONDON, Jan. 6.—"1 am th nephew of th% great John Burns M. P., president of the local gov ernment board. Because of m; lameness I am ignored by him am:...

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

FAMOUS PIANIST HAS DISCOVERED A PRODIGY mm JOS. L.HEVINNE AND FRANCES FULLER. pi NEW YORK, Jan. —Frances I Golden Fuller is not going to be fan (actress if Jos. Lhevinne, the | great pianist, can help it. ':- He will have to stop her in her headlong ascent, however, for she lls one of the season'B hits in New : York, as a sassy little country -fcnra girl in "The Traveling Sales p?-:- ■ ■ . 1_ - = ■■•-*- : • 1: ;AT THE TACOMA. I O j^jTjouls James in "Peer Gynt." "Peer « Gynt," Henrik Ibsen's I poetic drama will be presented by '•Louis James Friday and Saturday ■; nights -at ■ the Tacoma theater. pßj "Rip Van Winkle,' with Thomas | Jefferso nin the title role, will be ■ the offering at the Tacoma tlie ■ ater Sunday and Modnay ntglits. ■■•—-———:— , c •if*"'. AT THE STAR. | v "The Pride of Jennico." r»__ .—• ir AT -THE SAVOY. I /# « ',:• ■"■ "The . Cowpuncher." it-.'' "'' • ,1 AT THE GitANlt | <\9-L- , . • r£\ "Buster Brown" and vaudeville. • m-' '••*• " — • r?\*: AT THE PAXTAGES. | ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 January 1909

DRAWS KNIFE, TRIES TO ROB RESAURANT STRANGER IS WOBPVIMBD APTKB MAKIX fi^TTACK O3S j, WAITER—Hit! \KS WINDOW FOU BPITK. After partaking of a 5-cent breakfast in the Grand restau rant at 4 o'clock this mroning, a stranger attempted to hold up T. Hirata, the Japanese waiter of the place, and was finally driven out by P. Kawato, the night cook, who dashed at the man with a heavy poker in his hands. After the would-be robber had been driven into the street, he kicked a large hole In the plate glass show window of the restau-' rant, seemingly for spite. After the stranger had finished ■waiter, and pulled a shining dirk nis meal, he swaggered up to the from his pocket, exclaiming, "Just hand over the money in that drawer, now, and be quick about GOVERNOR HUGHES URGES A SWEEPING ELECTION REFORM RECOMMENDS THAT ALL OF FICIALS, EXCEPT PREBI. DENTIAIj ELECTORS, BE >. ELECTED IIY DIKECT FKI MAUY. (By I i.iir.! Press Leased Wire.) ALBANY, N. V., Jan. C.—Gov ernor Hughes in his message read t...

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