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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 January 1904

4 CHRISTENING OF THE FLAG OF PANAMA PANAMA. .Tin. 23.—The accompanying photograph i* the scene when the flag of. the republic of Panama was christened. The ceremony took place in the military paradd ground* of the city, before about 3,000 tatois. Am sponsors for the flag there were RADIUM CHANGES TO HELIUM IN FEW DAYS LONDON', Jan. 23.—Sir William Uara fcivy, tim noted i.iifiiuKt, in a lecture stated iii.ii metal radium can change into helium. 'Hits heavy gas emitted by radium shows at lirst in Hi'- spectrum analysis the hneg of radium; the. spectrum of the gas, how ever, if inclosed, in a tube, gradually rliaiiK'h tilt tlu« distinct spectrum of heli um bccomeß visible. The changing process begins on the fourth and ends on the 13th day. It hag, therefore, been observed for the first time how one element changes into another. Professor Ramsey expressed the' opinion that all elements, perhaps, change slowly, but Unit man docs not iiye long enough to observe tim change, Sir YVilliam Ra...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 January 1904

By CARRIER 25 CTS.A MOffTH VOL. 1. No. 31 MINE EXPLOSION ENTOMBS 125 MEN DESPERATE EFFORTS TO RESCUE THEM I'ITTSUUKG, IV. .lan. 25.-At 8:30 a. in. today an explosion occurred in the shaft of the Harwiek coal mine, near Laes wick and 125 men were imprisoned in the mine. I lie superintendent at 10 a. m. sent to ( heswick and Springduie for nhysicians, although up to that hour none of the men bad l>een rescued. Several hundred men were working at 11 a. in., trying to make entrance* to the mine where the entointal men are. It it* believed that many nre killed out right or suffocated. Escape is completely .shut off. The explosion was so great that it filled the shaft with debris. The mine is located one mile from Ohes wick. It was opened two years ago and always showed gas. The two shafts are 100 feet apart and 200 feet deep. The latest report from the company's roll shows hat between 150 and 180 men are entombed, including the fire and pit I msses. Three injured tipple men have been ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 January 1904

2 THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at the pontoffice at Tacom a. Wash., as second-class matter. USES THE SCRIPPS-M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET .TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six CenU a -faFSSS^v. 25 CenU a Month, *3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. u^*g*gggP 5> by Carrier or by Mail. THE TROUBLES OF AN ARCHDUKE Poor Archduke Ferdinand Charles! 71,. is up against a hard proposition. There is a beautiful girl in Vienna, Bertha Czuber, daughter of a respectable, eye-glanaed professor of mathematics, who has lip* like rosebuds and eyes like stars. Under stand, it is the girl and not the profdssor who has the rosebuds and the stars. The archduke i* madly in love with, tn is beautiful maiden, having reached the conclusion that »ho was the only girl he knows worth marrying. He lias boen up and down the pathways of Europe and crosswise from Spain to ll—<■. sizing up the plain and homely maideng k...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 January 1904

TO OBSERVE MKINLEY DAY NBW YORK, Jan. 86, H, minders are being circulatedl by the Carnation 1,,, X ,„. I)aC «T7 f",,"' 1' alll,"." a<l1 "f M^mfev ■Day, which falls next Friday, the anniver sar> of the president birth. The league is anxious that the memory of McKinfe? be renewed in the hearts of the cit "ens on that day by the custom of wearinTa carnation M,Kink.y's favorite^ flower Sin the lapel, the hair or at the throat NATIONAL GUARD OFFICERS MEET V^ UE nN?' Fia- Jan- 20.-Near ly every state and territory was repre dav ng the.milit?ry men presen?^! day at the opening of the sixth annual convent.on of the Interstate National Guard association. The association is composed of the adjutants general and co mmissl oned officers of the organized m"l --itia in the several states and territories and its general purpose is to improve the S nCyTV, Standing of the P national guard a The present convention, which is presided over by ,MajOr General Charlis Oiek of Ohio, will occupy itsel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 January 1904

4 WHICH LITTLE ONE SHALL SHE KEEP? NEW YORK, Jan. 25.— Beautiful Mrs. Klbrid) Gerry Snow is torn with anguish, while striving to decide whkh of the two pretty; children she will relinquish in ac cordance with tho -ii tii order of Court. Justice Truajt formally granted her an interlocutory decree of divorce, but her happiness at winning her long battle *«• ehaaaMd to mm) by the provisions of the decree. , si,,. ii» to have custody of the children, Dorothy Violet Snow and □bridge Gerry Bnow until March 5. On or Mora that ■lay, mys the Court's order, she must "' linquish one of the children to the father. Few mother* have been placed iij such a unique position by the courts, and Mrs. Snow is perplexed to know Just how aha shall solve the problem. The sweet girl Dorothy, with blue eyes and uolceti na-r, i» dear to the mother's heart, bat so is Master Klbridge Snow, who just at this time in clamorinjr for a big drum. lloth children are pretty, sweet temper ,-l and robust. 'They. are idol...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 January 1904

By CARRIER 25 CTS. A MO/fTH VOL. 1. No. 32 ONLY ONE MAN IS SAVED FROM THE CHESWICK MINE PITTSBURG, I'a., .lan. 26.--O1 the IX4 Illinois who were buried in the mines at ( licsu lek but one had been rescued up to 8 o'clock this morning. All the others arc believed to be dead. All the members ol the rescuing party are also believed to have been killed. Thomas \\ ood, one of the first of the rescue party hauled to the surface, told his story of his trip through the mine. ■I c said: "I was with Taylor and we clambered over thrte or four falls. Taylor laid out the mine and seemed to know the way. There wa» one man alive at the foot of the shaft. He was sent up and then we took the mule path into the south level. "We passed the third, fourth and fifth headings and then through an oyerdrift into the airshaft. I began to feel dizzy and sick, and then 1 saw Taylor stagger «nd fall. His lantern fell. We tried to lift him up, but could not carry him, and I made my own way out to safety." Three ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 January 1904

2 m THE TACOMA TIMES = Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered st tbe portoffice at Tacom a. Wash., an second clans matter. USES THE BCRIPPS MRAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 788 COMMERCE RSSBT TKLEPHONE MAIN TS. One Cent a Copy, Six CenU a c -'f; ■ I ent« a Month, |3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. "''-/;.,>" * by Carrier or by Mail. THE ECCENTRICITY OF GEORGE FRANCIS TRAIN It is odd til*' variety of ■pith^h tlmt UNI applied to ueniu,-.! Some folks will tell you that George Francis Train, who died a tew day* a«»o, was crazy. Others will soften it to "eccentric," and the world is convinced that there were cobwebs in his brain. . i It is the lienalty of individuality, / Train wan ■ financier, and had .1 facult- of thinking of gnat industrial schemes first, and doing them Brat. He built railroads ill the fact) of opposition; he organ ized great companies and accumulated wealth. He made flying trip* around the globe. He had strange ideas—strange be...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 January 1904

IN HONOR OF ROBERT BURNS The concert of Scottish Mag an d story Riven by the Caledonian and St. Andrew's society last night at the Tacoma theater was a most enjoyable affair. The program from start to finish. « as one seldom equaled in celebration of this sort. The officers of the society appeared in full regaha of Seotttah rlnefs, and tartan" evidence erellt clans Wens everywhere ... Hon. John Arthur of Seattle delivered the address of the evening on "Robert iiurns as a Man. Miss Jxmise M. Dewey, a charming girl. captivated the audience with her sweet soprano voice in the song. "A Highland Ud My Love Was Horn." Mrs. Grace Uavenport sang several selections with great effect "'" by Harry T. Hanlin, Robert Haddow and T. J. Griffiths w,ir e enthusiastically received. Mrs. I) \V liergey rendered two vocal selections in a most creditable manner. The pipers, ■ William and Wallace Mc- J>eod, rendered some stirring bagpipe melo clieSk ■ ■ .... Miss Isobel Keith danced in costume the High...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 January 1904

4 GOTLIEB EGGIMANN MAY HAVE BEEN Instead of becoming clearer, the mystery surrounding the death 'of <■ • ■ 11< .l. Eggi i(i.inil, whose body was found ill a gul:b near Old Town Sunday afternoon, growi ii»'i 1«t. Facts li.»vf come t.i light which indicate that the nan might have iri-ii murdered. The body ha- been positively identified by Louis Z< hi-nder anil • man wi-o bad become acquainted with KggtUMnn while he was living at th<j Atlantic boil It »e<'iH* that Rkgimaiui came to IV coma last .NuM'liilkt. lie engaged a room at the Atlantic borne, WOt Jefferson avenue, and m there from November 12 until December 7. He Mid his room rent up till the end of November, but from that time until he disappeared he paid no rent. Tin- proprietor!* of the Atlantic boa say that M wan a very quiet man and mi not addicted to drink. Eggimann told them that bin wife wax going to send him money to square up hi» bill*, but shortly after his disappearance a postal card came from hi* wife,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 January 1904

'BY CARRIER 25 CTS. A MOFTH VOL. 1. No. 33 POSTMORTEM REVEALS FACT THAT WHITAKER WRIGHT COMMITTED SUICIDE, USING DEADLY CYANIDE LONDON, Jan. 27.—A postmortem ex amination ol the body of Whitaker Wright, which was made today, dis closed the fact that the convicted pro moter committed suicide by taking cyanide ol potassium. i The Globe asserts today that the police found a loadtd and cocked revolver in Wright's pocket. Without exception the J-iondou papers express satisfaction with the vindication of the law in the case of Whitaker Wright and admit the justice of the verdict ana of the sentence. The Daily News contends that the law officers. Sir Robert Finlay and Sir Ed ward Carson, ought to resign, and it re fers to the "wicked insinuations'' of Wright's friends that a prosecution of the case would involve the Duke of Con naught, who did invest in one of Wright's companies, but who was not even remotely involved in its doings. Last night Mrs. Wright was in a state of great prostratio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 January 1904

2 THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at the postoffice at Tacom a. Wuh., ut second-class matter. USKB THE BCRIPPS-MRAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 7flß COMMERCE STREET TELKPHONK MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents ft 26 Cent* a Month, $3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. by Carrier or by Mail. PROFIT FROM THE COMING WAR In many section* of this country there i* a feeling bordering upon eagerness for the coming war between Russia and Japan, on the ground that whatever happens the United States is mire to greatly profit by increased sale of foodstuffs and other merchandise. ' Such a feeling is not at all unusual or unnatural. All economic history sustains the idea that war stimulates trade and bolsters up priced. Hundreds of tlKHisands of people will be withdrawn from tfae work of producing in two of the greatest countries on the globe, while consumption will go on as be fore and waste will be enormously increased. Nevertheless,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 January 1904

PROPERTY OWNERS MAY GET PARTIAL REBATE Councilman Hammond's ordinance call ing for a rebate of $7,000 to property own era in local improvement district So. 54 ran the gauntlet of the finance committee last evening, receiving many bruises, but was not killed outright. Councilman Jones moved to postpone the ordinance indefinitely, but on a vote the committee stood 3 to 3. The votes were as follows: Ayes— Olson, Donahue. Nays—Duevel, Roice and Salmsoa. Theoretically, the committee favored the rebate, but the feasibility of it at the present time placed another face on the matter. Councilman Jones expressed the sentiments of the committee when he said, "We are facing a condition and not a theory." Councilman Hammond, the father of .the rebate ordinance, addressed the commit tee on the matter. He contended that it was unujust to tox people's property fur the use of the city when the whole pub lic at large wears out these improvements more than the property owners them selves. Mr. Hammond...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 January 1904

4 WOMAN PEERS INTO ELKS' HALL Gets on to Ritual and Wants ;to Join the Order- SEATTLE, Jan. 27.—Intense curiosity anil no mean degree of athletic skill have combined to make Mr». Inez King, the wife of .1 Milliard drug clerk, an aspiring candidate for the distinction of being the only woman Elk in the world. Not only It .Mi... King an aspirant for Him dis Unction, but if the representation* of local tJka high, in the councils ot lliut order are i ■ x<'>'> interpreted by the candidate, she nan every reason to believe that «he will MlolLiy experience a realization ol her aiuUilioiin in uilining to ic\e*i net knowledge ot the secret working* ol tii.it exalted order. .Mm. King claims to have, within the jiaai eight luoutns, witnessed: tin- initiation 01 BO lens loan M cundiaies lor lin ill .1 - ship in the order, and to have gained an insight into its moat cherished secreta to such a degree that sin- can not only con , vince an r.lk Oi her familiarity with his lodge doings, but...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 January 1904

"By CARRIER 25 CTS. A MOJVTH VOL. 1. No. 34 COACHMAN TILBURY CAVE THE COURT BAILIFFS A WRONG TIP ABOUT CONCEALED LETTERS CHICAGO, Jen, 98, A great crowd at tempted t<> enter the court room this morning at the Coachman Tilbury black mail trial. The hailitYs were compelled lv ■ Idsc the doon for an hour before the trial opened, Miii anil women Continued to jam the corridors until extra police were called to keep them moving. Fctterday Tilbury declared that he had 280 letter* concealed in the Thurslon sta bles. Court officers ami attorneys last night made a thorough search and an nounced this morning that they had failed lo find any letters. Immediate!; after the trial convened this morning Tilbury aaked permisjaon to make a itatement to the court. He re tired to the judge's chambers for the pur TWENTY MEN DIGGING GRAVES CHESWICK, Pa.. Jan. 28.-At 10 o'clock this morning the bringing (if bodies from the mine had to be temporarily stopped as there was no longer room for the dead i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 January 1904

2 THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at the poetoffice at Tacom a. Wash., an second-class matter. USEB THE BCRIPPS-MRAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWB BERVICE. OFFICE. 788 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cent* a >71 \ . 25 CenU a Month, *3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. ""'f!,7i >■>'"'* by Carrier or by Mail. THEY BOTH -WANT PEACE" "I di«ire and intend to do all in my power to maintain peace in the Far East." So nil the czar to the diplomats at his New Year reception. "Peace with honor." That is what Premier Katnura declares Japan longs for. It might IMS that it would be very easy for the two nations to agree not to fight. It might seem difficult to see how they could fail to do <*». But between them lies Manchuria. KuHxia wants peatr with Manchuria, .lapan uniiK peac. \Mtli tin- l"ns«ian< out of Manchuria. * S>, while both m Haying they want p«tt, botll ftW preparing for war a- I i-t »s they can. 4 fi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 January 1904

OUR TRADE WITH CHINA Consul General John Goodnow of m,. ha«. China, delivered a businesslike ad drew 1.-. evening before the members ol the Chamber of Commerce. Hj s Bubjec( bore on the political and commercial rela tmns now existing between the United States and China. His address was prae ticul. Mr. Goodnow stated bow tin American business men can be more sue eessful in advancing their trade in th, Orient, and especial^ with China Among other tilings, the speaker said that the Pacific court merchants must do "■ore advertising. - To Ret the trade of the Chinese people," he said "the met chant must advertise. Th e amount of ad- Rising of one kind and another that ■ done now in comparison to what was done a few years ago is amazing. To Ret business there successfully you must to sen it. It you cannot atford the ex American representative in so,ne ,„:"' own court and his own law The Ger man therefore, trades with the German' and the Englishman with the KnglXan All nations follow thi s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 January 1904

4_ SETTLING HUE SCALE IN ERST INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Jan. 28.- Opinions are at variance as to the probable outcome of the annual wage wale confer ence begun here'today by representative* of the coal mine operators and the nit ed Mum- Worker*, ut it hi generally con ceded that the conference is one of the 1110*1 important of the kind yet held, not yen excepting that which preceded the great anthracite coal strike. When the miner* left Indianapolis last year they did bo with a UVk par cent in crease in wages, Record-breaking indus trial conditions making unprecedented de iiiainl for coal, the shortage of coal for all kinds of consumption, due to the strike in the anthracite region, the wrath, of the public at the operators caused by the coal combines, and the fact that the mining industry was about the only one that had not shared in advanced wages, all con tributed to the ttuccewful demands of the miners for a substantial increase in wages. This year the condition* are materially change...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 January 1904

By CARRIER 25 CTS. A MOffTH VOL.. 1. No. 36 EVIDENCE DISCOVERED INDICATING THAI GOTTUED EGGIMANN WAS MURDERED FOR HIS MONEY (iotln-li Kggnnan was probably mur dered tOt Ins monty. iwiuenee lias come Ui unlit "null imiicaU's llial MICD was 'lie case. tin uk night before he disappearel E« giinann was in tlie William lell saloon mid was m high •pint* because lie had received a litter liom his Wile enclosing a diall for ■660. lie talked treely ot tlie matter and showed tlie letter lo feveial men who were ill the saloon, including the bartender. They were all congratu lating him, and several drink* were laker. on tlie strength of his good fortune. That was the last time lOggimann MM seen alive. Ihe question is. What be came of the draft and the letter? A couple ot weeks before he had paid v $25 deposit on a piece of 'and which he had intended to buy, and took a riee'pt lor the money. If Kggimann committed suicide, what became of the receipt? According to the statement of Deputy Coroner M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 January 1904

2 = THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at the pontoffice at Tacom a. Wash., as second-class matter. USES THE SCRIPPS-MRAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 7«8 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six CenU a -S- 1.'."."". . 25 Cenu a Month, $3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. '^§3gg3>'S> by ( arrier or by Mail. SUNDAY NIGHT SPARKING The Sunday night sparking is a sacred institution. > Hut for it life would become at a tain age not worth living anil race suicide would become indeed a matter of serious apprehension. The man who has not tender memories of taking his girl home from Sunday evening service and going in fo • "a little while' i-, apt to be ■ crusty bach-lot, hating women because he never knew one in her most charming attitude. The man whose youth wag never mellowed liv a Sunday night kins stolen from not too unwilling lips ha* mimed half his life. ; The Sunday night when the tire burned low, and the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 January 1904

SOME QUEER SPECIMENS FROM SCOTLAND YARD LONDON, Jan. ».- More or lan mys tery naa always hung over Scotland kard bnglanda detective bureau. The name it sell is misleading. Tlie now building ru centur constructed and known as Scotland Yard is a handsome structure, appearini more like i modern apartment house than the headquarters of sonic of the cleverest thief-takers in the world. Th,. moil attached to Scotland lard have made some great captures in ■ ■»> past •mil the collection of tools and para phernalia used by crooks in their work is one of the largest in the world. A photograph of some of the choice speci mens is reproduced here for the uniniti ated i<i ponder over. The ways of the London smeak thief, strong-arm man and pickpockei arc some- USING PEPPER TO GET WATCH. POWERLESS THE VICTIM ATTACKED KliOM BEHIND. FORGER EMFIELD WOULD COMMIT CRIME OF BIGAMY J. ('. Kmh'eld. who is confined in the county jail awaiting trial in the United States district court, on the charge <...

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