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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 January 1909

POLICEMAN BEATS WIFE INTO STATE OF INSENSIBILITY AMault lls Culmiit.ui >n; of j Series I •I I Qnairels—-Taken' Into Court, %£ Be Dnten s Pie* of •Guilty— WBtwr? Taken Away From Him. «ftSS?i^^H^r-:-i': ■ ••' -- ipg-In a state of fenzy caused by the j belief 'i that J bis . wife . was untrue to Urn, J. C. Williams, , a trusted |plOHce oncer," who has been on tne 'department since the advent or to* present administration, yes erday afternoon beat the poo.- PM&an ' Into a state of Insensibil- Jpte'. kicked her body Into a corner, 5 and was ready to pounce upon his 4 two young children when deterred by neighbors.* 'i-••' ; J- • •;• f||i£W£'S*j Pleads Guilty. >-.. WMTXtM 'I. police ' headquarters *was tjnotified and Williams was sub .- sequently arrested and locked In a ~ cell at the city Jail. He pleadei tftTullty^to the charge of assault M before Judge Arntson late yester day afternoon and will be senten ced today after Mrs. Williams has pgiven ; her evidence. ■ ,- - y ■DP* F ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 7 January 1909

I ff Ctlll <* ICU 111 • tOOK OVEtt THE BARGAINS OFFERED BY THE REAL ESTATE DEALERS, PAOE T VOL. 6. NO. 18. t AGED MAN DIES IN SIBBET VT. O. Y.OUNG FAIJjS TO PAVE MENT WHILE SWEEPING SNOW AND EXPIRES AL MOST INSTANTLY. While, sweeping snow from tb« sidewalk in front of his brother's home at North 14th and Prospect sts., early this morning, W. G. Young, 71 years old, slipped on the Icy pavement and fell with such force that he died almost instantly. The old man shouted feebly as he fell, and hlB brothers, F. M. Young and Mrs. Young rushed to his side, to find that he had ex pired. ' The death is attributed to heart failure, superinduced by the shock of the fall. Mr. Young was a native of Pennsylvania. He had resldel in Western Washington tor the past six years. For a time he c-.m --ducted a general - merchandise store at Dcs Molnes, Wash., and later was associated with his brother. S. M. Young, In a gro cery store in South Tacoma. This establishment changed hands t about two years ...

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

I _ .^______. ■ SCHEDULE FOR BASKET-BALL ADOPTED i*.- _____ At a meeting ,' of the recently £&£i organised Tacoma City Basketball league held last nlgbt in the Y. ■ f,v*Mi C. A. rooms, a schedule for the %tS, winter's games was decided upon. t3t«J t The \ first . game will take place I January 15. The season will close 1 April 3. A league for the second teams I'tKOf the five schools was also form ed, it being arranged that eacn -; . game will ;be a double-header. ■,',■■.- The teams In the City'league v,t-are the high school. University or -. Puget Sound, Paciflo Lutheran IS9 academy, Whltworth college ana .T. M. C. A. ■--. Evening games will be the rule a» for the season. ■ - ■• •■ • ■■ ; , ■ -, ... ■- ■ ■ CHANGE OFFERED |P. $25,000 "-,:,. LOS ANGELES, Jan. 7.—That SiQ Strongest bid made by the outlaw Eg* state baesball leaguers for a play .;>.'*. er i from : the ranks of organized ffi»c baseball;* Is an offer of 925,000 tor two seasons to Frank Chance, ;i the famous first ba...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 7 January 1909

SELECTION OF ENGINEER IS STUPENEOUS PROBLEM Primary steps were taken !n the council last night towards the employment of an engineer for the power plant. The fire and water committee was requested to take the matter up and^investigate en gineers available and report to the council. This is the most serious prob agalnst on the proposition thus lem that the council has been up far. There are engineers and en gineers. A great many of them who will be applicants are simply promoters; they are more or less 'tied up with machinery houses and draw oonynsslonr when they; 100 MEN SHOVEL SNOW FROM TRACKS The T. R. & P. company today had gangs of men to the number ,of 100 employed ln keeping its tracks clear of snow. Each of the dangerous hills was provided with a workman who constantly scrap ed the snow off and spread salt on the rails. At no place, how ever, did the drifts get so great that traffic was delayed. The Pacific Traction lines were kept clear of snow drifts also, and slight de...

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

THE lACOMA TIMES '■ (VBUBBKD BVKRT , KVKMLNQ ',' BXUKff.. BUND AT ': BX " XHB |^P^«£;-;^is TAOOMA TIMES ' P CBUSHINa OOMPAHZ ' OFFICBI—76B CO U MERCK STREET %.Vy::^: Bnt«r«d at th* postottlee at Taooma, TVash, as second-class matter. TELEGRAPHIC ; SERVICE :OF V NITED PRESS : ASSOCIATION& DIIAkItC BnaincM Otrtoe „ M .. Main 78S, AI7S3 Il*lllllir^ Clrcvlattob Dept. Main 788, A 1733 ■ ■■Vill-V .Editorial Dept. *, .Maid 7^4, A 1733 THE " TIMES IS .-^SSSfen ONLY INDEPENDENT i TACOMA'B ■:... ; *r|^£g^9w . KEWBPAPER. I$PP^- ~->V: " -■■ ■'- XBKMS ■OF HI aSCBIITION. ' Wjßßßff»lt3iis: >■■■■■-■ ■ ■.. I One cent a copy, " seven cents ■' week bjr carrier or by mailt $'P» eeata a month by carrier or by mail; six months by mall, Sl.BOj ape year by mail, 52.70. Jt-iaSK HOTK?B TO SUBSCKIBBRS— your copy of the Times Ml to '■ Maoh you by t, o'clock any evening, please, do us the favor to call up If tk« circulation department. Main 711 or Homo AI7S3. and the troubla |W It*' promptly ramedlad....

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

WOMAN TRAPS FEMALE THIEF Pettlcoated Detective Using String Neatly Corrals Old Offender. (By United Press lieosed Wire.) BROOKLYN, Jan. 7.—A re markable story of a woman who. It Is alleged, has been a pickpocket for twelve years, and whose de tection in the only two instances in which she has been brought be fore the police was engineered by a clever woman detective, was un folded in the Adams street police court. There was a striking con trast between a rogues' gallery photograph of a girl of 20 and Mrs. Gertrude Morrell, who ap peared before the magistrate. Yet Miss Maria Mahon, the young wo man detective, traced a likeness between them. She declared she had arrested Mrs. Morrell a dozen years ago in exactly the same manner as she did Monday, when a trap was set In a Brooklyn department store where Miss Mahon is employed as a detective. "Set a woman to catch a wo man," was the comment of Acting Captain Kuhne of the Brooklyn detective bureau when Miss Ma-, hon told her story. Mrs. ...

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

STOPS THE WEDDING; SENSATION IN CHURCH I ABBURY PARK, N. J., Jan. 7.—Miss Nettle Hlgglns, preety, [blushing and happy, and John Whittaker, a handsome young man, ■stood together before Rev. J. C. Scarborough In the St. Thomas resbyterlan mission. The pastor gave the important warning In I the marriage ceremony which nearly always remains unanswered. I "If any man knows good reason why this man and this woman ■should not he united in the holy bonds of matrimOny let him iptnlc now or forever hold his peace." I For a moment the silence in the church remained unbroken; 1 a shrill voice cried: "I know a good reason. This man Whit r is married already n.ed I have proof here. I , It was Mrs. Mary Griffin, a widow with whom Whittaker I Mrded formerly, who spoke. I. "That's a lie," shouted Whittaker. I -Miss Hlgglna turned very pale, but glared stonily at Whittaker. I Th* tew persons in the mission murmured their surprise. I '-{(tore's the proof," said Mrs. Griffin, relentlessly. "I found I c...

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

fHAINS WAS INSANE, DECLARES DOCTOR FLUSHING, L. 1., Jan. 7.—"1 examined Captain Peter C. Halns on September 5, and was plainly insane at that time," said Dr. 1/. S. Manson, an alienist, called us a witness tnlß afternoon by the SNOW FORCES SCHOOLS AND STORES OF ROSE CITY TO CLOSE DOORS PORTLAND, Jan. 7.—Business In Portland Is almost suspended on account of the heavy fall ol enow. Many of the stores have closed their doors because there Is no trade and because the clerks are unable to reach the city. The schools have closed down for the balance of the week. lilt A\ 10 FIRE! LADDIES often receive severe burns, putting out fires, then use Bucklen's Arnica Salve and forget them. It soon drives out pain. For Burns, Scalds, Wounds, Cuts and Bruises Its earth's greatest healer. Quickly cures Skin Eruptions, Old Sores, Bolls, Ulcers, Felons; best Pile cure made. Relief is instant, 25c at all drug stores. i«~S Copy r 11; h t WE'VEGOT YOUR Overcoat It's probably a "Cravenette" . or it may be...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 7 January 1909

UNION PACIFIC MAKING ACTIVE PREPARATIONS FOR ITS TACOMA TUNNEL WORK I "We ■will begin work on the I tnnnel shortly." I Such was the statement of Ak -1 ilctant Engineer Chittenden of the j larrlman lines last night when, I flth Attorney Walter Christian, 4 ocal Manager William Welch and ' Co»tr%ctor Rydstrom, he appeared ' at the council to explain why the t lon Pacific wanted a permit to ! lay a track on Center street. ! Whether "shortly" will be this |-; »k, next, or next month, Mr. | ( littenden would not commit him i ; (If, but he said the road intended I to get busy goon. I The council granW the permit. The Harrlman lino is authorized ] to lay a track from about O Btreet with the Union Pacific right of way to South Tacoma. The plan according to the en gineer is to sink a shaft into the tunnel at about Chandler street and take dirt from the shaft with a hoist. Also the south portal Will b* opened up and ground will be tafcen out there. This will give two openings for work. All th...

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

JtWant a Cottage? LOOK OVER THE BARGAINS OFFERED BY I'lli, HK.\l, ESTATE DEALERS, PAGE 7 Voia c. no. ie. CONGRESS PLANS DRASTIC SNUB FOR PRESIDENT — 1 — z i PRAYS AS ; trap is SPRUNG XIFE-SIiAYKR, AFTER FOUR YEAR WAIT, MEETS DEATH CAIiMIiY. WAS REMARKABLE PRISONER —THANKS JUDGE WHO SEN TENCED HIM. SAN QL'ENTIN, Cal., Jan. B.— "Sacred heart of Jesns, have mercy on my B€>ul." As tlitf noose »:is slipped about his neck on the m uffolil in the penitentiary Inn shortly after 1O o'clock today, Thomas P. Fallon spoke H»-w ■ ..nls in a clear, firm voice. Twelve niiniii. s lain he was <l«;ul. Died ISravely. Fallon, the wife murderer, prayed audibly as he marched from his cell and up the 13 steps of the scaffold. His Btep was firm and he was calm. Father Walsh, his spiritual ad viser, who was with him during his last moments on earth, said that the man went to his death more calmly than any condemned man he ever knew. Fallon was the first man to speak on the scaffold here in a long time...

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

. \W OFFER JEFF Hitinn nnnm C 00,000 TO FIGHT < (By United :Press Leased Wire.) ; is.; RENO,; Nev., Jan. B.—Reports from - Mamma declare the j ath letic club at that place has broken all records i and •- offers 00,000 for a ; tight ' between ? Jeffries - and Jack Johnson. "■. v-:- :■■ r ,t --■ It is stated also that Jeffries Is i quietly training with -a * view to getting. in ■/ shape, It ■.. he , should change his mind about fighting again.ir;.--:.>: :''.:■" ;i « \?;;: : '£*?, He, however ;■ reiterates his ! statement £i that mo v. amount of j money will tempt him to get back in the ganro. -«.•„ :■.-. i'.;--';He' says ihe ■ has >, enough money and is contented. to rest. CHANCES' INCOME TOO BIG TO LOSE CHICAGO, Jan. B—"lt's ; all pleasant winter-time talk," declar ed 5 Pres. '." Charley Murphy, of the Chicago National League , Baseball I Club today, commenting on the re ,port that Frank Chance, the great player-manager of the "Cubs" j might 'forsake his team. V- '' " "Frank...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 8 January 1909

TACOMA CHICKENS WIN MANY PRIZES Tacoma fowls are wlnnlm- lots of prizes at the poultry show now on In this city. Yesterday in the awards Tacoma poultry men showed good results as fol lows: Silver Wyan.lottes — William Shepherd, Sumner, third cock, third and fourth cockerel, first hen, second pullet. White Wyandottea—F. A. John son, second and third cock, second and fourth cockerel, third hen, first, tecond and fourth hen, frst cockrel. O. G. Paasche, first se cond and fifth pullet. Buff Wyandottes—F. A. John son, Ta£oma, third cock, second cock, thirci cockerel, first and se cond hen, first and second pul let. I Columbian Wyandottes—R. 11. ARTIST Of RARE ABILITY fOIND IN CITY JAIL SKETCHES CARTOONS OF JUDGE ARNTSON, CAPTAIN REID AND OTHERS—PIC TURES ARE OF RARE MERIT An artist of exceptional merit was discovered In the city jail this morning In th© person of C. *-E. Woods, arrested on the charge of prowling about residences at Sixth and E streets, and sentenc ed to thirty days. The ...

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

THE TACOMA TIMES PUBLISHED KVKRT IEVENING, ■. EXCEPT .' SUNDAY .?• BY -' THB ". IAOOMA TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY ' ;.: OFFICB—76B COMMERCK :STREET;•'." > V * "-".;■ 5i tiered :at the ' poetottlee at Tmcoma, ".'uh, as second-class " matter. ; TOLEGRAPHIC SERVICE OF UNITED PRESS ASSOCIATIONS. DHAIIFC Business '• „ M .. Main 788, AI7BS '»lT||llnir^ Circulation Deyt. ..Main 783. 41788 ■ ■■VI»«W\J .Editorial DepC .. .' "», . Main 794. A iTSS * THK TIMEB IB >:■ -rtSS£s22fe,, only INDEPENDENT |I|^f^»AOTMA«BV:;.-.^?^^^*! ■ ■ NEWSPAPER. '^P^^"; • ' THUMB OK SUBSCRIPTION. " -^'Of cent a copy, seven cento a week by ; carrier or by malls <!•• eaMa a month by carrier or by mail; six months by mall, «1.50; «• I«» by mall. «SL7S. • _. ' " ■OTICB TO SUBSCRIBERS—ShouId your copy of the Times '-ii to x* you by ( o'clock any evening, please do us the favor to call up * circulation department. Main 713 or Home AI7S3. and the trouble *•» ,; bo ; promptly remedied. TO MAIL SVBscribicrs— date whan...

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

ROBBERS HELP IN SAVING LIFE PROCTOE RELEASE OP COUi'li E THEY HAI) BEATEN, ROBBKI) AND BOUND. WILKESBARRE, Pa., Jan. B.—' Tieu id iiu'ii i.i U« for fifteen hours, badly bi aten and chilled by tho cold, V ilti:tm ,Tnn<>K, rii aged farmer, and Mrs. Auna Wil Wains, his old housekeeper, wen through the heavy snow to the rescued by the mercy of the rob- lonely farmhouse as fast as they bers, who had burst Into the could aud found him tied to his house the night before and had bed and weak from cold and suf brutally maltreated them. fering. In an adjoining room was Fearing, evidently, that the old his housekeeper, tied to her bed couple might either starve or be and unconscious. The house had frozen to death, the houaebreak- been entered fifteen hours before, ers tied a note to the door of W. After brutally treating them be- C. Woods' blacksmith shop at cause the expected hoard of money Yostville, thirty miles from here could not be found, the two old and three miles from the scene ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 8 January 1909

THINKS WIFE IS BURIED ALIVE DREAMS CAUSE MAN TO RE JEST PERMIT TO ! OPKN GRAVE. ! By United Press Leased Wire.) rofcr!3CttHea Press Incased Wire.) Ifo NEWARK, N. 3., ; Jan. B.— EJEfe^HHJWf^ A»fr l\ „ '<**•. if., y$L JftUt v. >O. kbers of i the > family - having used 1 that \ they had , Been his 'dead wife 3t apparently it: choking Strom a white veil buried -with her, ardo Tramitola went to ■ the s«tty hall today and obtained a per f Jartt to disinter the body. » . I "I feaT my wife may have been BlWrled! alive," said Tramitola to 1 City Clerk i Connelly. "My dangh POOR YEAR IN BOOKS LONDON, Jan. 8. —Publishers came into view. and authors alike admit when Broadly speaking, neither in their talk grows confidential that quality nor in quantity hat) the the year 1908, as far as the sale year been memorable iv the ;>ub of books was concerned, did not lishing trade. The exact official live up to the expectations that statistics concerning the actual were formed about It twelve...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 8 January 1909

HUNT'S PRAIRIE FAILS TO GET LOWER FARE Hunt's prairie has been voted Into the city by the people and duly received by the city council, ,but the T. R. & P. Is refusing to give the residents of the new addition 5 cent fare. The people today complained to Mayor Jjinck wfncerniug It. They declare they were entitled to the 5 cent fare and they want it. Technically, however, It will probably be necessary to publish the ordinance 10 days before the lower fare be in effect. RELICS EOR SALE C. C. Pilkey, of Vancouver, B. C, who raised the machinery of the old pioneer steamship Beaver, the first boat that came around Cape Horn, was in the city today to see the historical society with reference to the sale of the relics of the old boat. He asks $2,500 for the shaft and boiler of the Bhip, which weigh several tons and 25 per cent of the amount realized from the sale of bronze frelics made from metal takeu from the wreck. H. H. Stephens, of Vancouver, Is acting as agent for Mr. Pilkey and w...

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

iEAL ESTATE DEALS INVOLVING $150,000 CLOSED IN TACOMA *ilU»l estate la beginning to more IrrtT, S;Yesterday, deals > on i Inside j»p«rty: amounting to $150,000 mm*, closed.:«Qeorge Milton Say- I^«B« W.-R. Nichols made the MMWt purchase, paying $125,000 testate la the. southeast cor- Yesterday deals on inside f amounting to $150,000 oaed. George Milton Sav -1 W. R. Nichols made the purchase, paying $125,000 lota at tbe southeast cor- Mr ot | South v' Di% and -li Eleventh ■4r#>U. T f The' property is directly dppftsite the new market and ad- WDM'th* t new hotel and ware- Wvaam' Ot I the Stone, Fisher ■ com rMAN SHADOWED BY SLEUTHS I •WASHINGTON, Jan. B.—ln a his trail with a view to showing report asked for by Senator Hale's he was Implicated in some Oregon oommlttee, President Roosevelt land fraud cases. laid before the committee yester- Tlllman is wrought up over it 4ay facts concerning the opera- and he promises some pyrotech tlons of the secret service men nics in the Benate...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 January 1909

. Want to Speculate: ' LOOK OVKII THK BARGAINS OFFERED BY THE REAL 1 si All. in All KS, PAGE 7 'VOL. 6 NO. 17. TILLMAN PRIMED FOR FRA V WITH PRESIDENT , SHEUPIN i JUDICIARY " COMING Alaska Judges Not Sure of Positions —Serious Charges Discussed By Cabinet. WASHINGTON, Jan. 9. —Judge Reed of the Third Alaska divi sion is under serious charges, and his removal by order of the preU dent is one of the strong possibili ties of the near fffture. Complaint was made to tne president some time ago that Judge Reed had appointed his brother-in-law receiver of the Al aska Central railroad at a salary of $1,500 a month, a compensa tion which is regarded by the de partment of Justice as exorbitant and smacking of graft. Bonaparte Wrathy. This and other charges against the judge have caused Attorney General Bonaparte to call upon him for an explanation, and both the attorney general and Presi dent Roosevelt are in an unpleas ant frame of mind about the sub ject. The question was discussed at a mee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 January 1909

SPORTING NEWS OF THE WORLD BIG POULTRY SHOW DRAWING TO CLOSE Th« Tacoma ■'- poultry • show,' is < drawing to a close today. It ha* ."--■ been ' one ;of the most successful HwW*Jfceld ? In the Northwest and Taooma bird* hare p. won their ■hare of the prizes. At the ban quet of , the* association last night, however. Tacomana were urged to pay more attention to getting their birds !In I good I condition ; for d!? --, I play. « President :J. :M. Harris >.-thought the out of town exhibi ;'*-■: tors had taken more pains In pre ?*-paring their fowls. 1, •' K*f# Harry Collier presided over the ill banquet and several speeches were dS made. George H. Northup, J v 130 \i> of the show, declared the Tacoma show one of the beet he had err HAL CHASE MAKES MOTION FOR N hlinstatewient #^M;*'i vlr'", r.';" - ■• - -■ ; ■ B^ CINCINNATI, 0., Jan. 9. —Ha! Chase, who jumped from the New ? York American team to the San J''.:Jose team of the California State ' league last fall, today applied to I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 January 1909

WARM CONTEST IN CONVENTION OF UNION MEN MOVE TO LIFT BOYCOTT FROM A.-V.-P. E. 18 DEFEATED. (By United Pressi Leased Wire.) WALLA WALLA, Wash., Jan. 9.—Boycott placed against the A. --,Y.-P. by the State Federation of Labor last year will stay In effect. The federation, in annual session yesterday, refused to hear read a resolution to lift the ban. C. H. Miller, a barber delegate from Se attle, led the fight on the floor for the lifting of the boycott and he protested vigorously that he should be privileged to read his resolution, but he was voted down. This was the hottest fight of » the convention. The resolutions committee declared that the con vention could not properly take up the matter, since it had not come up on request of the build ing trades council of Seattle, which had the original grievance against the exposition. Scrap Grows Warm. Miller, in his remarks, declared that the action of the convention sounded the death knell of trades OFFERS UP HIS SKIN TO SAVE TINY BABY (B...

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