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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 January 1904

4 EX-MAYOR AMES IS SET FREE MINNEAPOLIS, -Minn.. Jan. 29.—Hie state supreme, court today knocked out the indictment upon which a Mayor Ames wan convicted and sentenced to the penitentiary for malfeasance in office. Amen ia now free and this is probably the last chapter in the notorious scandal. The court • decision m based on the ground that the evidence again*) Ames I wan insufficient. ; BRYAN'S SISTER IT DEATH'S DOOR LINCOLN, Neb., Jan. 29.-The physi cians thin morning lay that .Miss Mann; Bryan, sister of William Jennings Bryan, cannot survive the day. She ia ill with peritonitis. Bryan ha* canceled his lec ture date* and is hurrying homeward from New Jersey, "lienl he made an address laHt night, TAKE THIS WITH GRAIN OF SALT LONDON, Jan. 29.—The News today »ay« it fa authoritatively informed that Japan is not anxious to drive Russia away from access to warm winter sous and dens not auk the evacuation of Port Arthur HALL MINE. IE MANX NOVELIST It was at ltuncord, England, where bi...

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. — 30 January 1904

'By CARRIER 25 CTS. A MOJVTH VOL. 1. No. 36 RUSSIA WANTS TO CUT KOREA UP WITH JAPAN ST. PETERSBURG, Jon. 30.— The Novoe \ reinyu nays that it is impossible lor Russia to enter into an uuderstaiVl inn with Japan cona rning Manchuria, but rrgiHing Korea, liussia is willing to give Japan lull rights south of the 39t!i parallel it Etuaaia will be permitted to control all north of that. Japan must, however, agree not to fortify any part of Korea. This is to be the maximum of Russia's concession to Japan. As the Novoe Vrrinya is frequently in spired olicially, it is believed that this publication foreshadows Russia's reply. WASHINGTON, 1). ('.. Jan. 30.—The state department received the following dispatch from Seoul today: "A Korean official recently returned from llussja states that Russia appear* to desire the neutralization of Korea. The Korean emperor is confident that the foreign powers will be thoroughly satis tied with his attitude, which one of pro nounced neutrality." LONDON. Jan...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 30 January 1904

2 THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. , Entered at the postoffice at Tacom a. Wash., aa second clans matter. USEB THE BCRIPPS-MRAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVIOJ. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Centa a „-• ;'; | 25 Cenu a Month, $3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. "''-I."'.:.•'""" * by Carrier or by Mail. A FEW WORDS ABOUT MODERN NEWS GATHERING When the newspaper reader picks up hi- evening paper and seen spread before him in detail the new* of tin- world he little appreciate* th' tremendous risk in volved in the result. To the ordinary layman it is almost impossible to gra*p the magnitude of the effort necessary to the early and complete exploitation of great event*, of the going over of the world «th a fine tooth comb. Time was when the reader was -a i-lied with a record of events a week alter their occurrence, sometime* longer. But in the present age, with its rush and bustle and continual Htrivi for quick ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 30 January 1904

BRUISER IKING ON THE WAYS SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 30.-'i,, c ways on winch the cruiser California is rest ing at the Union Iron works have settled to ■ noticeable, degree and may seriously interfere with the launching of the ve.s,el Work is being rushed in order that she may be launched at an early date .\ 8 -, result of the si",k!llfi a B'"tat dea ,Of the heavy deck work on the California wijf not he done until .he is in the water is the naval constructors fear that a greater weight on the ways will throw the IS • out of plumb and cause irreparable dam- It has been the intention of the build ers of the warship to launch her some time in July, but the sinking may cTuse «o earlier date to be .elected J <n™,i i rnia<? cradle rests on made ground. It was c fo"nd upon investigation that the hull of the cruiser had sagged out of line more than an inch. Wedges I were immediately driven under the cradle and her hull jacked up until it resumed its normal position. Unless the vessel is spe...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 30 January 1904

4 SEATTLE ELKS ARE NOT SATISFIED SEATTLE. Jan. 30—Failing in his ef forts to induce the United States in spector* in charge of the inquiry into the causes of the wreck of the steamer Clal lam to pursue a line of investigation which in their opinion is necessary to develop all the facts surrounding the •inking of the ship, a committee of three members of the local lodge of Klks <•• terday appealed directly to the authori ties at Washington in the hope of in ducing thorn to issue an order authorizing United States Attorney Kir- to examine witnesses. speaking of the motives which prompt ed the lodge to take thin action, one of the members Slid: "The Elks have no interest in fixing the blame anon any one. It i- simply a. mm of developing all the facts which should he brought out in the interest of relatives and to best subserve the public safety in the future. I am convinced Captain Whitney is doing all that In within his power to conduct ■ thorough examination, but the necessity for...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 February 1904

By CARRIER 25 CTS. A MOJVTH VOL. 1. No. 37 SEVENTY GASES OF TYPHOID FEVER REPORTED FOR JANUARY I lie number of typhoid fever cases in Tacoma is increasing. The recorda of the board of health show thai while doting ute year 1903 only 41 eases of t\phoid fever were reported, in the month of January. li) 04. the niimlier of eases reported was in, nearly twice the total number for the entire year of 1903. The official figures for last year are as follows: January, 0; February, 5; March. .'!; April. 3; May, 1; June, 8; July, 2; Au gust, 1; December, 18. .total, 41. Taeonia lias always been considered a healthy ..iy and for that reason, peruaps, the increase in typhoid fever cases is all the more noticeable. People are becoming alarmed and want to ..now the cause. For the purpose of getting at me bot tom of the matter, The i lines this morn ing interviewed the Health commissioner and a number of prominent physicians, anil ti.eir conclusions make interesting leading just at tb.il lime. Dr....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 February 1904

2_ THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at the postoffice at Tacom a. Wash., as second-class matter. *■ . USES THE BCRIPPB-MRAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 7« COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cent* a -j.-■•.',''.*";< .. 25 Cents a Month, $3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. bj Carriei or l>> Mail THE TYPHOID CASES IN THIS CITY Rumors have baMMM prevalent in Tacoina that typhoid fever It spreading over Mm city. For lack ol definite miormation aomc people have imh inolrned to give credence to exaggerated statements of the iiumli.r oi new caws <t typhoid, while oti cwiv band a feeling of unrest is noticed. The Taeoma Times dmw not brtjafa in umluly alarming ' people, neither does it believe that it in right to soppraoi the truth al>out a nntter of j>ul>li<- concern, like the public health. The Tunes Ui.iiks that the jx-ople should know the facts concerning the typhoid eases existing, a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 February 1904

SIGNS OF SPRING-MANY PEOPLE SPEND SUNDAY IN THE PARK Although there may be a few disagree able winter days yet tnis season, tin re are many indications thai spring is not far away. Plie buds on the trees are swollen about to bunting, the pussy willows are ■ending out their feathery blossoms and the flower beds about town are beginning to show the effect "I the past- few- days of warm weather. One of tliv surest signs of the approach of spring is the attendance at the city parks. iestii(la\ was a record breaker in that respect and the l'oint Defiance eats were crowned to their utmost ca pacity trom early in the afternoon until long after the rays of the setting nun had disappeared behind the Olympic moun tains. I'hi' crowds at the park yesterday repre sented all classes and conditions of people, except the "tough" element. They met tnere on common ground ami came and went \vhi..iers!>evcr fancy led mem. .As usual. ...e animals received a good deal of attest on. The bears' den seem...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 February 1904

4 THE FLOOD IN CLEVELAND Illi: THREE SUM'S LODGED AGAINST THE VlADlt'l. LOOKING NORTH. CLEVELAND, 0., l-".-i.. I.—During the big flofKl of Friday the heavily loaded steel steamer \Vm. D. Recs was torn from her moorings in the upper harbor and started on ■ wild course down the Cuya hoga river. She swung into the center of the stream, and although the steward aboard was unable to guide her, she safely passed through two bridges. Then she collided with the steamer John W. Moore and both vessels swung into the Jaa. Kads, which was lying just below the Moore at the Irishtown docks. All three vessels broke away and went down stream STRONG IN SENTIMENTAL PLAYS LONDON, Feb. I.—Miss Kllaline Tor- interest and sympathy. William Terrias rJM, who in helping give Barry's "Quality wag a great favorite and London .ia« sel stir, i" R great ran in Unglund, is regard- dom bean no excited a* the night the new* «l as wort of the adopted daughter of the of lug min-der became known. Misa Ter whole London...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 February 1904

By CATHUEH . 25 CTS. A MOffTH VOL. 1. No. 38 REFUSE DUMPED INTO GREEKS FROM WHICH THE CITY WATER IS TAKEN—MAY HAVE SOMETHING TO DO WITH THE PRESENT TYPHOID FEVER CASES With the obejet of ascertaining the present condition of the source of .the city's water Ittpply, a representative of The Times went out yesterday afternoon to the filtering plant located between l.akevicw and Parkland. As far as the filtering plant itself is coneerii*l. not the slightest fault Could be found with it. Everything there Was clean and in good onlei, but it cannot be said that the same conditioni prevail between the filters and the springs in the hills which are the source from which the present supply of water is drawn for a large part of the city. The watflT from the springs comes to the filtering plant through a small stream known as (lover creek. For a long dis tance the creek runsi through pasture lands and there are several barns close to the banks of the stream. In the pasture lands there arS, a nu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 February 1904

2_ THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. ___ jt __^. . .jj. _ _ Entered at the postoffice 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 Cent* a jrf^ialSSS. 25 Cents a Month, $3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. <I<ggg|^g£" by Carrier or by Mail. FIREPROOFING THE STAGE The official crusade against fire-trap ttf-aters ;» bringing substantial r. suits in alum-' every city in the land. It is being discovered that what was deemed jmpo* •ible ii not even difficult, and a very little expenditure of money or care has made many a former lire-trap reasonably safe. The root of the matter baa been gone at in New York. Manage™ there have found what seems to be a thoroughly satisfactory method of fireproofing stage fabrics and are giving it a genera] application. This ia the critical point. With the tinsel-tinder removed from the stage the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 February 1904

REV. ELWOOD TO BE TRIED NEW CASTLE, Del.. Feb. •_>. Became he preached a Krmon which his brother ministers believe wag in a measure re sponsible for the burning .it the -take of the negro George White mar Wilmington last June, ill,. Rev. Robert A. El wood pastor of Olivet Presbyterian church of Wilmington, was today placed on trial be fore the New Castle Presbytery on a gen eral charge of "Unchristian and unminis terial conduct.' The trial is being held iii the Presby terian church and a large crowd was pres ent at the opening this morning. The proceedings began with the reading of the bill of Information containing the charges against Mr. Elwood. The bill quoted at length from the sermon which Mr. El wood delivered Sunday, June 21, twenty four hours before the burning ol the negro on the subject, 'Should the Murderer of Miss Helen Bishop He Lynched?" The charges went on to state that even if the accused pastor did not actually incite hear ers and readers of his sermon to riot he...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 February 1904

4_ Social and Personal Charles 11. Baker is suffering from ■ severe attach of typhoid fever at the home of friends in New York city. His re turn has been indefinitely postponed. polled. The Daughter* of llur «ill unit it the The Daughters of Hur will mu-t at the home ..I Mrs. K. W. McDonald 414 South Seventh street, Friday evening, February ,>. All menibers and friends are cordially invited. Mis- Or ay taw Price is visiting in North Yakima for a few Wt(ekn. While there -he will attend the wedding of Mi«n Sue porter, occurring thin week. 1.. G. I'attull... of Balfour, Outline * 1,., and his wife started on the North Coast limited last night for New York. Before their return home they will make a i toil! of Europe. \miie Wright seminary will hold its regular monthly at home day on Febru- My I Mr-. CM. liiddell is tin guest of Mrs. 11. Richmond in Seattle. _______ . . , .;'■ . Mrs. Frank Cardin is in Seattle, the au.l-i of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Cardin. Miss Florence Hitchcock of Kllen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 February 1904

By CARRIER 25 CTS. A MOJiTH , VOL. 1. No. 39 TROOPS HURRYING TOTHE FRONT AND SHIPS CLEARED FOR ACTION VLADIVOSTOCK, Feb. .">. The Rus sian tleet at this port has been prepared for immediate service at sea. All of the Wood litlings of the ships wen) re moved yesterday. The warship* here are (he CrOtnobeT, i:!..'!li(i tons: the Rossia, 12130 tons; the Bogatia, <i.7r>o tons: the fturfk, 10,938 tons, and the transport Lena, The harbor is being kept open by ice breakers. ST. PETERSBURG, Feb. 3.- The proa rations for war, although made as secret ly as possible, can no longer lie disguised. Troops are being mobilized ■'■> large bodies and prepared for an active winter cam paign in Korea and Manchuria. The Rus sian soldiers are sturdy, line-looking men, inured to hardships and bitter cold and they think nothing of making winter marches through (he winter snows of Rus sia and Siberia. li is believed line now (hat Russia will be presented with an ultimatum from FORGED CHECKS ARE D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 February 1904

2 THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at the pottdffice at Tacom a. Wash., a* second-class matter. USES THE SCREPPS-MTtAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, ?«8 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733 One Cent a Copy, Six Cento a *?-•"'' 2s Centa a Month, $3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. Cvs§|2g£ L> by Carrier or by Mail. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT The Taooina Times will be (resented on the battlefields of Korea and Manchuria in the event that war break* out between Japan ami Uu«nia. The Pacific cable will flash the latent war news to The Times, while every steamship coming from the Orient will bring photographs and sketches of Kcenea in the hontile c,im|i- and in the region* where thel war i» being waged. These photographs and sketches will be reproduced in ■ halftones. The readers of The Times already know what halftone work means, when employed in thin paper, picture* of the highest order of merit, almost, if not quite, equal to magazin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 February 1904

CHILDREN'S HOME SOCIETY NEEDS NEW QUARTERS Yesterday afternoon the patronesses of the Children*! borne mot in the parlor of the Tacotna hotel and discussed many im portant questions. Reports of officers, showing the progress of the work during lilt' past year, were read and plans for the future discussed. The year IMB has been the most successful one in the history of the institution. Jt is the expectation of the officer! and special committees to build a permanent home on 14 lots on the South X street ear line, between Twenty-fifth and Steele streets. These lots wife, do nated by C, \V. (Jriggs and Henry Hew itt. They are graded ami ready to build upon. The report of the committee showed the building fund to amount to $4,534.72. In the report of Mrs. G. \V. liullard, the matron, Miss Gracn Kittridge, to whose untiring efforts the health and habits of the children and credited, is praised very highly. Many cases of abandoned children were mentioned in the report, also many in stance...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 February 1904

.^ MEMBER INTERNATIONAL Y. M. C A. COMMITTEE COMING TO TACOMA George It. Hodge, educational secretary of the international committee of the V. M. C. A., will lx? in Tacoma Monday m ning, February 15. Mr. Hodge comes here 111 the interest of the educational wort of the association. I bis feature of Y. M. C. A. work i being brought prominently, to* the front. In the 'I'.icoina a/wociation, Secretary Pat tullo way*, over -'•"> per cent of tile entile membership are enrolled in the ulucat.ion al department. Two rf the cour»en that attract much attention are pharmacy and chemistry. Alphetta Davidson, a druggist ,at '-'*»" South Tacoma avenue, has lx«>n th v > !<■•.eh. er of chemist!*) for sonic time. Thee Ml OOCOOCXX>XOC)OC)OC)OCXXXDOOOOO 8 Tshe +J'ta.ge 8 "ARK YOU A MASON?" "An You a Mason?" r.'tuin- to the Tacoma theater for a two night»' engage ment Friday and Saturday, TIIK DEVIL'S AUCTION." The twvny-»econd edition of "The Devil's Auction" make* ii appearance at the T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 4 February 1904

3.y CARRIER 25 CTS. A MOfiTH VOL. 1. No. 40 HEALTH OFFICER SGHUG STANDS QUITE ALONE IN HIS DEFENSE OF THE CITI WATER SUPPLY Dr. Curran, County Physician, States That He Did Not Endorse Schug's Recent Report That the Creek Water Was Good—Curran Recently Made a Trip of Investigation to the Creek, Accompanying City Health Officer and Since Then Curran Has Used Only Boiled Water—Another Physician, Dr. McGreer. States That Typhoid Is Coming Prom the City Water "I have not said that Taeoma's water] supply is all right. 1 did not sign or i n done the health officer's recent report to the city government stating that the water was good. It is true that 1 accom panied Dr. Schug on a tour of investiga tion up i lover creek, bill it was not in my official capacity as county physician, but purely as an interested Citizen. The report which has been circulated that I endorsed Dr. Schug's findings' is untrue and I want that fact understood." This statement was made today to the editor of The Tacom...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 4 February 1904

2_ __ THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at tke postoffice at Tacotn a. Waah., aa wcond-class matter. USES THE BCREPPS-MRAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE BTREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a -^ V'^;;... > 2s ttenu a Month, $3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. "'■'•!. „t,:.'^" * by Carrier or by Mail. THE WATER SUPPLY OF THE CITY There is no occasion for any acrimonious dispute, or other display of ill temper, over the water supply of this <:ity. Kverybody known that the present city administration had nothing to do with the purchase of the rotten old waterworks, which the taxpayers are still putting up their good money for. The scandal connected with the foisting of th<' plant upon the city Is a matter of ancient history, not of present day affairs. It isn't a question of blame, but of HOW TO LESSEN THE ILL EF FECTS OF AN IMPURE WATER SUPPLY UNTIL SUCH TIME AS THE CITY SHALL BE ABLE TO ABA...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 4 February 1904

DEATH CALLS THIS NOTED COLORED WOMAN HOME "Mammy Pleasant" Financed the John Brown Raid and Was the Confident of Men and Women of Wealth MX FRANCISCO Feb. 4.-I n a little graveyard down in Napa have just been mm to rest the remains of the most re- Sable colored woman in California if not; in the United States -Mammy" 1 leasai t. Dying a few .lays ago in this city. (A old age, her demise brings to mem ory irony sensational cases in which she figured prominently, notably John lsrown s Harper's Ferry raid. to "Mam my 1 Pleasant is given the credit for back ing that historic movement, and to the day of her death its tragic outcome weg;ed heavily upon her. Hut it. was her connection With affairs involving many of California's wealthiest people that she gained her later and greater renown. Pern 90 years ago, she married a weal thy Cuban in her early 20*. Her husband died and left her ■•> comfortable fortune. Si on after his death she became acquaint er with Garrison, Phillips and other...

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