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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 December 1903

25 CTS. A MOffTH VOL. 1. No. 1 PANIC ON STEAMER : iEiaiEinmcf SEATTLE Dec. 21.—The steamer Amur from Skagway ran aground on the llarjjerr" , reef, near Port Simpson, in 41 *■>,<, Decem ber 15.; ,^ ■'• A panic among (fig 375 passengers re sulted. The officers and crew had a hard ( task keeping the frenzied men, women 1 and children from jumping overboard and . trying to swim ashore. The reef was ■truck at 4 o'clock in the morning, while all of the passengers were asleep. They rushed about on the decks in their night clothe* and it was a. half hour before they could be quieted. The steamer Farallon, which reached Seattle this noon, brought 33 of the pass engers who were on the vessel. The others were left at Port Simpson. STRUCK BY AN ENGINE Peter Engino, a trackman in the North ern Pacific yards, was struck by an en gine this afternoon. His head was badly cut. Whether the wound in fatal or not could not be learned. The injured BSD was taken in the police ambulance to St. Joseph...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 December 1903

2 THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. USES TOE SCIIIPPS-M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS OFFICE, T6B COMMERCE STREET .. . .TELEPHONE MAIN* 733. Entered A the Tacoma Postoffice as Second-Clans Matter. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents » 25 CenU a Month $3 a, Year, -j Week, by Carrier or by Mail. , ; ■by Carrier or by Mail. ■» ■ >^M *^ fl*^ ft I rf^ IP ff^k 4i ' '' ■ ''^ ■ i ""' **■ v , i 1 - "'i' dl' ! INTRODUCTORY f»; Horn—four day* before Hill 111 in the year 1903—one small newspaper. Its name—The Tacoma Times. It doesn't weigh unite eight pounds. But its constitution scema healthy. It hag a pair of keen eyes, a square chin— and vigorous lung*. You will hear it. - -. What in the iwe of prophesying a long lint of thing* the newcomer will do i" the world and to the world, when it gets fully grown! You li.iv,- heard of the fond parent who said to his neighbor, "My Johnny is a wonderful boy. lie will : surely, be president one ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 December 1903

"METEOR" IN DITCH Many Passengers Killed and Injured in Kansas FORT SCOTT, Dec. 21.-The St. Louis & San Francisco Meteor train was ditched by. spreading of the rails near Godfrey, Kan., at 0:30 o'clock this morning. The train consisted of seven coaches, includ ing two sleepers. The dead are numbered variously. One report says six and. an other nine. It is reported that scarcely a passenger aboard tin train escaped injury. A 10 --lief train with. surgeons and nurses has been sent from here. A later report from the scene of the wteek; says it - took. place at a switch, which either spread or was misplaced. The train was going at full speed. The en gine Wat demolished and the baggage ear hurled 100 feet from the track. The mail car was reduced to kindling wood. The smoker was telescoped on top of the THfiinje. The engineer and conductor were in htantly killed. Nine dead were taken out before the relief train arrived. The injured fireman lav beneath the trucks of the smoker ami was ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 December 1903

4 THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS IT THE ST. LOUIS WORLD'S Fill. The Walled Town of Manila, With its Tropical Build ings and its Brown People, to be Shown— Also the Savage Natives. ST. LOUIS, Mo., Dec. 21.—The little: Filipino ii going to pi ;..r a vt-ry big pyt; in the exposition at bit, Louis. Ample space ha* been provided near the Agiieul kjlural building, bordering upon a ,n«.Uy la gfey»"- which lias been luuiuxl lii" Laguna «|ytay-- after the largest lake n. the l'hil- KuiMing. bordering upon .1 mode riticfa 11.1.- been n.u.u.l llie Lagunn ■ the largest lake v th« I'lnl islands, 't'wti bamboo bridges uiadf 5 j^^, the natives ] lead * over: tuc; lagoon fir"' 1' entrance to the cscr.ib.t, "■"WWffvwjue suki.ll craft of various kinds will ply. around the banoaM for pass engers, eiuseoes tor freight," strain,l- e«noe9 ' cut out hi ,1 ' solid piece of wood almost ..' (SO lift long.' and i fishing boats. ■->; Over the bridge* and through Ihe mass ive gateway you go, and belwid '„ yoi.-ell i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 December 1903

'By CARRIER 25 CTS. A MOffTH VOL. 1. No. 2 INDICTED Four Persons Arrested in Connection With Gillespie Murder RI.SING SUN, Ind., Dec. S3.—June* liillecpie was indicted by the graad jury today for murder in the Brst degree, with Mis. Bella Seward, Myron Harber and BANK ROBBERS SECURED $5,000 TOWER HILL. 111., Dec. 22.—Robber* blew tin- safe in the bank at Taint Hill la.-., ninht, KCUring $5,000. Tliey used * horse and buggy and escaped. TRUCE IN THE FUNERAL WAR CHICAGO, Dec. 22.—A truce in the liv er> drivers' strike occurred this morning, winch permitted several burials in which heai-ses> were uwed without interference. Mm tings will be held on both sides this afternoon to arrange for arbitration. LOOKS QUITE PEACEFUL NOW ST. ILTERSBURO, Dec. 22.—A me«s age from Port Arthur today says tliat tho Russian warships which recently went to Chemulpo, Korea, have returned to Port Arthur. The cruiser Bokarn is the on'v vessel .ift at Chemulpo. The Russian Admiral Stark, commanding the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 December 1903

2 mmm THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. USES - HI. SCRIPPS-MRAE TE LEGRAPHIC ". NEWS.SERVICE. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET .TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a 25 Cents a Mouth, $3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by .Mad. . by Carrier or D) Mail. FOR THE GOOD WILL SHOWN THANKS "i'lic Tacoma Times wishes to return thaukt. for the cordial reception which it 1 Las received at the hands of the public. ilie circulation is growing at a rate that makes it a very difficult matter to pin, camera to handle the same properly, but this trouble will be overcome : v itiun a short time. i'or awhile it will be impossible to serve many who live in the less settled parts ©£ the city, but these, too, will be able to get the paper after awhile with the wine regularity as those living nearer. . I'utrous who do not get their papers by b p. in. will confer a favor by; telephon ing to the ofiice, Alain 733. .. : ■ •■•■■ — A --— ; WOM...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 December 1903

MYSTERIOUS EVERETT BURGLAR NOT WANTED BY TACOMA CHIEF "John Doe," the Tacoma Prisoner, May Have Been Tacoma Thief But Evidence Does Not Convict Him Chief of Police Fackler returned last mghl from Kverett, where he investigat ed the circumstances surrounding the nr reel Ihere of a mysterious man who gives, onl- "John Doe" as his name. It was thought thai tlie Everett prisoner might h.i\( been tile miscreant whn committed sevnal burglaries in Tacoma. There is no evidence against him, however, and it is probable that the only burglary charge he SEATTLE WOMAN ROBBED BY THUG SKA LTLE. Dec, 88.—Under the glare of an electric light and within 20 feet of a cauie line, Mrs. August 11. Melhorn; wife of a well known resident of this city, was held up and robbed by"~a thug at 7 o'clock last night. The robbery occurred at .Ninth avenue and.Madison. street, a comer passed By dozens of pedestrians at any time of the day or night. When the robbery occurred several men were within calling' distance....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 December 1903

4 MAYOR CAMPBELL WANTS BETTER PAVED STREETS Tacoma's Chief Executive Discusses Paving—St. Helen's Avenue in Urgent Need of Repair The St. Helena avenue pavement, laid lew than a year ago, is fast wearing out. The original smooth surface has crumbled and worn. Urgent need i.l repairs on the street is even now felt. "The paving was laid about eight or nine months ago,' 'said .Mayor Campbell this .noi lung, "and was strongly recommend ed -by citizens at the time. The unit! kind of pavement.was laid on the south end oi Pacific avenue and it, too, ha» not stood the wear that it should. " "The company; that laid. the pavement GOLD FROM KOREA With 2,227 bags of gold concent rales from L. ft. 3, Hunt's mines in Korea, the sUanicr I. O. I Iteed anrived~in port yes terday. [The | lleed brought the concen trates from a Japanese liner now at Se attle. They are valued at, $10,805 and con- HM>'<i to the smelter. ' MARINE GLIMPSES Thi> (an;i.li.iii steamer Cascade raiived last night from ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 December 1903

25 CTS.-A MOfITH VOL. 1. No. 3 HOLDUP Three Masked Men Rob the Olalla Post master ot Eighty Dollars—One Shot Is Fired Three masked men held up and robbed John Martin, postmaster <>l Olalla, and hits wife at !> o'clock last night. They fired one shot that just missed Mi>. Martin and made their escape with $80 in money. No trace of the robbers has been se cured. They came to Olalla in a naphtha launch and got away, outdistancing all pursuers. Shortly before 9 o'clock the .lrce masked men, all dressed in oilskins, rub ber boots and sou'westerns, landed at Olalla in their small namelew naphtha launch. They tied up their boat quickly and at once went to the postoffice. They probably knew that at this season con siderable money would be kept in the till. The three men entered the office at once. At the time the postmaster, Martin, and his wife were the only ones in the store. "Hands up," was the command. Mr. Martin did not at once comply, but FRIARS GET $7,000,000 WASHINGTON, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 December 1903

2 THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. USES THE SCRIPPS-M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET. ..TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a. Copy, Six Cent* a 25 Cents a Month, $3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. by Carrier or by Mail. —;..„,... .— : . , _ t STAND TOGETHER-WORK TOGETHER The City of Tacoma has a brilliant future before it.. Nobody doubts the fact who ha* kept track of the rapid development of manufacturing interests here and the steady, influx of population. There are other cities on i'uget Sound with bright prospects. The era of pros perity has done much to develop the entire i'uget Sound country, and all the dweller* along the Sound are satisfied. The people of Tacoiua have no time nowadays for petty disputes between cities and towns as to which is destined to be tun greatest. They are all "best." Bick ering merely waiftes energy that can be devoted to more useful purposes. Again, the citi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 December 1903

INDIAN ADDITION MAY JOIN THE CITY OF TACOMA District Southeast of Tacoma Has a Population of About Five Hundred and Is Independent Indian addition, a little town of proba bly 500 inhabitants may come under the protecting wind of Tacoma's city govern ment and the population go to swell that of this city. The addition is now a city by itself. There are grocery stores, butch er shops and town lots and a number of . other characteristics of a growing young town. The people have talked some about con ■ »olidating with Tacoma. They pay little taxes outside, but would have to help pay the cost of running the city for some time without getting water, light, sidewalks and graded streets, winch they are sady in need of, should they be , come admitted to the city now. There is a petition now in the hands of the county superintendent of schools to consolidate district No. 93 with district No. 10. Many do not wish to consolidate HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION Twenty-Two Yoxuig Men and Women Finish Their...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 December 1903

4 BANDITS ATTEMPT TO HOLD UP IBM Thugs are Scared Away by Fireman at South Tacoma Monday Night—Attempt a Failure A bungling attempt was made Monday night to hold up the Northern Pacific Grayi llarbor passenger train near South Taeoma. The men who are supposed to have been attempting the hold-up were scared away by. i reman O. W. J-uitC worth, whose only weapon was a lighted torch. When he appeared M the scene with tins there was a disappearance of train robbers. The train, which left Tacoma at 5 o'clock, stopped at a water tank near South Tacoraa. The, engineer, H. W. Burke, waa oiling the machinery, while the water was being taken. It was dark and but little could be Been on either side of the locomotive. Burke noticed that a man was follow MONEY IN THE BLACK SAND Mr. W. J. Shaw of Cincinnati, formerly secretary, of the board of trade of that city, in in Tacoma. Interviewed by The 'Junes, he had substantially the following to nay, of the purpose of his visit. "I was on the coast la...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 December 1903

25 CTS. A MOJVTH VOL. 1. No. 4 WRECK Passenger Train on B. & 0. Crashes Into Timber Pile-Sixty-Eight People Killed and Thirty Injured. CONNELLSVILLE, Pa., Dec. 24.-The Duquesne limited, the fast B. & O. train from Pittsburg to New York, crabbed into a pile of railroad timber at Laurel Run, near Dawson, at 7:45 o'clock last night. -tight of the passengers and crew were killed and thirty injured. hen the train struck it was running at a high rate of speed. The train had left Pittuburg a few minutes late and the time had to Lie made up. The place where the accident occurred is an exceptionally tine stretch of track. The tram was run ning smoothly when the passengers were suddenly thrown from their seats by the Application of the air brakes. This shock Was followed a few seconds later by the htavier crash. The train, which was com posed of the engine, two day coaches, one sleeping car and two baggage cars, was torn to pieces. The engine toppled over and rolled down the bank, fol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 December 1903

2 __ THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. USES THE SCRIPPS-M'RAE TE LE&RAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS , ".'.;'',',. 1,, ■■"—*■■■' n » i •■■■■ .....—.—.1 ,^ ,^ i i^w-— ...* : iii [ i...i i i ■ .-.■..^.■....■■.— ■.—.,...,„...„■,...■■■ ■-—.—.—,_.„■■ --' i -- ■■' i m .., „ OFFICE, T6a COMMERCE STREET .TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cent* a •''' •; ".*;;. 25 CenU a Month. $3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. >• - • :", .;. *by Carrier or by Mail. THE SPIRIT OF THE SEASON Marvelous is the influence by which the Chrktniaa spirit moves the hearts of lvi ii to joyful uul' generoua impulses. It seems as if in this era of the year an un seen tuigal touches the invisible upring of an unused door in normal human natures and fills ih<-in with song Md »im»)iiiii'. ; ,'■ ' What a world uf |wm MtdeMOt and what a summertime of ha|.jiiuemi is awlurl uround us! Tliom whom J'rovidenct! lia» prospered are busy with their loving d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 December 1903

CONDUCTOR ISJtiLLED Roy D. Gilbert, nephew of Assistant General Superintendent Gilbert of the Northern Pacific, died Saturday morning neat Kennewuk, Idhho, from wounda he received while switching at Badger, a station near Kennewick, last Friday night. Gilbert fell from the top of a box ear and was run over. Both legs were badly mangled, from which injury he died. He was a freight conductor on the Idaho divixion. A widow at EUensburg survives him. QflbOPt formerly lived m Tacoma and was well known here. INDIANS IE LID TROUBLES Suit has been brought in the United States district court by Kuther Jacobs and Lilly Jacobs, minors, through their guardi an, J£. O. Wilcox, against Indian Commis sioner C. A. Snowden, Oscar Jacobs, Frank Jacobs, Sam Johnny, Ida Johnny, John Meeker, Annie Meeker, Martin Kaelin, Xlary Kaelin. W. P. Sundberg and Ida K. Sundberg, to restrain the Indian commissioner from paying money to the defendants for land in which the claim ants are interested. The papers in t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 December 1903

4 COTTON PRICES GO SKYWARD nCW YORK, Dec. 24.-Cotton today wrnt to the higheit point since the war of the rebellion, reaching 13.91 cents, bi oilers predict that the price will go to Mo nts. YOUTHFUL B CRIMINALS Dal ton Smith, Harry Willanl and Vic tor Anderson, whoae ages ranges from 13 to 15 yean, were arrested yesterday, eve ning by Patrolman McLandeni for »hop liting.,' The boyn belong to respected toiuiiiea living in the North Jjid. They Ktuted at lower Pacific avenue and stole i.ght and.left from every Htore which di» played an article that appealed to them, lustcad of being ashamed of their trim ir.ai Ota, they gloried in them and laughed when the gravity of the offense was ex plained to them. ■■- .. ELECTION Fern Chapter No. 7, Order of the East •Tti Star, gave a banquet at their hall last night and held the annual election of of ficer*. Grand Patron John G. Campbell of Washington was'present and mdi a veiy appropriate speech in honor of the Occasion. The grand past matron i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 December 1903

By CARRIER 25 CTS. A MOJVTH VOL. 1. No. 6 WHIRLED IN M . BY f»Y! Terrible Accident to Grover Ashcroft at Cannon Plant—May Die While working at his regular occupa tion yesterday afternoon, Grover Ashcroft, of 2411% Pacific avenue, -was caught by a belt at the Carman manufacturing estab lishment, on Puyallup avenue. -His clothes were torn from his body as he was whirled in midair. One foot was crushed bo that it may have to be amputated, and j the large bone of -the lower right leg was broken just above the ankle. The right hip joint was also broken, and his arms were almost wrenched from his body. His RESIGNED WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 25.—Con sul General Hughe9, at Coburg, Germany, has resigned and the place will be filled by Henry Sayler, at present consul at Dawson, Yukon Territory. The secretary of state declines to discuss the resigna tion. Some time ago charges were filed against Hughes,'- but almost at the same time a press dispatch from Berlin stated that the cause was of a fami...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 December 1903

2 THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. 1 818 Till. S< Klir>M RAX TELKGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. INDEPENDENT IN ALJL. THINGS OFFICE, 788 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cent* a 25 Cent* a Month, |3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. by Carrier or by Mail. A RARE YOUNG MAN 1. Make somethingi the people are obliged to buy. 2. Be ■ honest. That is the recipe of Russell E. Gardner of St. Louis, who says making money is the easiest thing in the world. In eleven years Gardner made $250,000, beginning when he was 21, on a bor rowed capital of $1,200. i And when be had made hi* quarter of a million, although he wag only 32 years old, he said it was enough! . Unique Juliow, sure! Gardner saw very early that many of the great fortunes had been made by fur nishing people with something they, really need. He selected buggies. His idea was to make an honest buggy at a low price and sell it directly to the man who lode in it. it wa. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 December 1903

OLYMPIA FROM THE ORIENT In charge of Pilot Sidney Burlev, the Northern Pacific liner Olympia, Captain Dinon. arrived in last night. The Olym pi.i made her regular schedule time, and her passengers and crew will have a chance to spend Christmas ashore. lier cargo consists of 248 bales of silk valued at $12,450, for New York; 1,300 roll- of matting, valued at $78,684, for New York; 494 cheats of tea, valued at $4,740, and straw braid, 281 bales. The remainder CHRISTMAS; SERVICES Christmas services were held today at St. Luke's Episcopal, Holy Rosary Cath olic, Trinity Episcopal, Our Savior's Evan gelical, St. Andrew's Episcopal, and the Norwegian Lutheran churchea. In pursuance of a custom now in its tenth year, Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Rosling, superintendents of the First Baptist church Sunday school, gave a Christmas tree party this morning in the lecture room of the church to the children of the Sunday school. The lecture room wai decorated tastefully, and the present* of Mr. and Mrs. R...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 December 1903

4 THE CHURCH WHERE THE MANGER STOOD The Oldest Christian Church in Christendom at Bethlehem BETHLEHEM, Palestine, Dec. 25.- ChriHtmai spent on the spot wticie Christ was born is the privilege not extended to the majority of the citizens of the United States. Even those who could afford it do not seem to fancy the idea the/, prefer the more worldly pleasures centralized on the Christmas tree and turkey in their own home. Imagine Christmas spent in the oldest church in Christendom v>boi4 the iollow erg of three religions assemble to ting the praises of iiim who died for men, guarded meanwhile by the soldiers of the sultan of Turkey, representing .1 fourth religion. J This church of St. Alary, or the Church of the .Nativity as it is called, in said to be erected over the grotto where the l lni-t child opened his eyes more than 100(1 years Ago, according to our western calendar. The followers of the Roman Catholic, Green Catholic and Armenian churches believe the church to be erected...

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