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

4 TACOMA COUNCIL ORDERS INVESTIGATION OF SOURCE OF TYPHOID FEVER CASES 'Mr. President, I move that the health officer be instructed to immediately make a thorough investigation of the city water supply to determine if that is the cause of the number of eaoea of typhoid fever in tin- city," hum tho motion made by Councilman Giblett at the meeting of the city council last night. The motion was seconded liv Councilman. Hawley and paused by an unanimous vote. The matter was brought up at the end of a long and tedious session, tilt' council iTu M were tired and anxious to get away, no no time was spent in discussing the question, Councilman Giblett, however, in making In- motion, said: "There have been all sorts of rumor* circulated about the city water. One story I heard was that the bodies of tlii'(>' dead babies had been found in one of the reservoir*,.and the latest story is thai the body of ■ Chinaman was found there. A petition, signed by ■ number of prominent citizens, asking f...

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. — 5 February 1904

-By CARRIER 25 CTS. A MOJ4TH VOL. 1. No. 41 THIRD SIBERIAN RIFLE BRIGADE TAKES UP POSITIONS ON CHINESE RAILWAY FOR COMING CONFLICT LONDON. Feb. I. Kennett Burleigh, the Tokio correspondent of the Daily Tele graph, this afternoon wires that war is inevitable. WASHINGTON, D. C. Feb. :>.-The state department is advised that Japan has called all Japanese residents in the Yalu river district to come immediately to Tokio. LONDON, Feb. s.—Diplomats are wait ing anxiously for official Word from Tokio i- to how Russia's reply will be received. There is little hep* of a peaceful outcome. It is generally believed that the last word has been spoken. A Central News dispatch from Tokio says the Japanese people expect war. LONDON. Feb. s.— The Japanese min ister. Baron tJayaahi, was closeted with Lord Lansduuiie for half an hour this morning. The Russian minister called later and immediately sent a long cipher message. ST. PETERSBURG, Feb. B.—A dispatch from Port Arthur states that war prepara ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 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 necond-class matter. USES THE BCRIPPS-MRAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 7« COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Bix Cent* a jflRCT^Ii 25 CenU a Month, $3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. • rl'^'i'h"'' > by Carrier or by Mail. A SENSATIONAL DEFENSE ,■...-. ■ ... , - . ''Society, as it become* more enlightened, will snuff out the lives of sickly and deformed infanta, to prevent their Incoming at maturity a burden to it and to them selves. As with the cradle, bo it will lie with other CMC*, A committee of skilled physicians, I firmly believe, eventually will determine the fate of those who are sickly or whose recovery from disease is impossible. Such persons, if the physician* agree, will mercifully be put to death." I Thus nays Chancellor K. llenjamin Andrews, of the University of Neliraska. He -aid this to justify the career of John ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 February 1904

BURGLARS WANTED GASH Burglan last evening (oread an entrance into the residence <>t S. '/.. Mitchell, man ager of the Pttget Sound Power company and the Columbia Improvement company. The lions,, was entered early In the evening, when no one was at home. Miss Hannah Bergman, a domestic employed at the Mitchell home, lirst noticed that a robbery had taken place when she re turned to the residence, and she immedi ately telephoned to Mr. Mitchell, and he in turn notified the police. In a short time Mr. Mitchell arrived at his residence, and Chief Kacklcr was also there, going over the grounds. Mrs. Mitchell is away at present, and. as far as Mr. Mitchell knows, nothing was taken, although there might have been sonic jewelry removed, as no one knows exactly what Mrs. Mitchell has with her. Chief h'ackler believes the main object of the thieves was to obtain money, and nothing else, a* there were several nice. large revolvers unmolested, and these are the things that robbers will ta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 February 1904

4 ROBBERY AND MURDER BY YOUTHFUL BRIGANDS LAID TO DIME NOVELS AND CIGARETTE SMOKING UIJFFAIO, .lan. ".. When arrested for ihp miirdei of Bernardo Balsano, an Ital ian grOOSryman, William Truenian. aged li', saiil of his three companions in crime-. "They are a lot of cigarette ami dime novel nends." To the rrnlit <>f ciganttes Hiul Mood ami thumlcr literature cruninologists place ihe murder, which was as cold blooded a aaj in the red pane of Buffalo. Trueman is ihe oldest of the quartet charged with the crime. The others are John Rousslet, 15; William Draper, Hi and Herman Hein barger, 17. Heinberger was charged with the actual murder bj Tnieinan, ami it is Njiid lie has m.iilc .i confession to the po Loe, Triienian i- a resident of Buffalo anil has a reputation as a railway yard line!. The Others are tramps. They became a, quaint er with Ti Neman hut recently, ami i| is said the lour succeeded in bringing t" a successful finish several robberies ami burglaries. W lien the robb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 February 1904

-By CARRIER 25 CTS. A MOffTH VOL. 1. No. 42 RUMOR OP FIRST GREAT BUTTLE OF WARSHIPS — RUSSIA'S REPLY TO JAPAN AT LAST RECEIVED — EVERY INDICATIQNWAR WILL DEVELOP IMMEDIATELY LONDON, Feb. 6. — (Bulletin.)— Echo says that a rumor is current that a London merchant hasi-eceived a cable from his agents in Japan stating that a battle occurred between Russian and Jap anese battleships, in which three Kusisan and two Japanese battleships were sunk. The rumor is not confirmed. , LONDON, Feb. 6.—lt is stated that Great Britain, believing that war between Japan and Russia is inevitable, is now giving Japan active encouragement. NEW YORK, Feb. 6.-The Commercial Cable company today announced that it had been advised by the Japanese govern ment that secret language is prohibited in private messages to Japan. WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. B.—Min ister Qriscom of Tokio cabled the state department this morning that a feeling prevails in Japan that more than a rea sonable period of time has elapsed since th...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 February 1904

2 THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday, by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at the postoffice at Tacom a. Waah., aa second class matter. USES THE SCRIPPS-MRAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SKRVHK OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET TELEPIK ».\K MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cent* a >g»gpe^ 25 CenU a Month, $3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. <^S»|ggS£l> by Carrier or by Mail. THE WORTH OF WEATHER PREDICTIONS A<rording to the authorities at Washington, only 17 per BMt. »f the weather foreoßHts are failures. Bgbtp-tknt per cent. of truth m probably MM than almost any other de partment of the government ran show. In fact, in the mMI pWtottM develop menta 83 per cent, of reliable otatemenU would look a* big as the national debt of France. But getting back to the weather department, it must be admitted that the worth of the institution is* growing, i and that it has become invaluable. Along the Pacific coast the weather forecasters practically control commerce. So much faith i- plac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 February 1904

LAUNCH OF PARKER BOOM NKW \(ii!K. F«b. 6.- A morning „.,,.,.,- aim.unices thai at a iunchon to be given tomorrow ;,t the home oi William V Sheehan the bean for .fudge Alt.mi I!. Parker tor the Democratic nomination for the presidency viii be branched in ■ for mal manner. In order tliat the luncheon may not have the appearance of politics about it many women will be present ami among them will be leaders ot society. In just what form the putting forward oi Judge Parker as the favored son „i \ r « >ork tor the presidential nomination will be done lias not been learned, but it is known that the plan k to have, it done in a manner that will make it signitiea.il ami that cantun be misunderstood. Following i lie luncheon at the bom* nt Mr. Sbeehan, a dinner for Judge Parker will be held. At that dinner leading New Democrat*, representing every fac tion of the party, will be present. Judge Parker's candidacy will there be empha sised, and it will be made plain, if possi- We, that ai a c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 February 1904

4 Social and Personal BUaei Edna [Vewick and Mis* Lillian Yunckcr have invitationt out tci a dancing part) tv be vn^cn at the Ta< oina Music hall Penman "• Mi-- alhc woi,i attended the \ai-itj ball of the l'nn t .|«it\ ,ij \\ .1-li iti«t• .11 at Seattle la«( night. I In- I'Yid.iv Cinch club met at the home ..1 l)r Lord, •'■'"i I. meet, last night. Invitation^ an- ..lit for a colonial tea t,h ba given Keluuary 22 at the Washing' ton hotel. Seattle, in honor of Mi-, -lohii A. I'aikir, -t.itc (cgenl of the Daughter* oi the AmciK.in Revolution. Both chap ten "! l^e '>■ A. It. of this city are in sited (.1 be prc-eiit A part) will be given tonight at the Annie Wright teminary by the girl* of the < la-sot ''Hi t" thin Friend*, February 12 the «irls of the Junior Pre paratory Khool or WMtworth college «11l tfl\e a wilelltllle party One of the prettiest dantea of the week wan the one given by the Leap Year (•ills' club at the Tacoma hotel. The room was beautifully decorated in fish...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 8 February 1904

By CARRIER 25 CTS. A MOffTH VOL. 1. No. 43 BALTIMORE FIRE-SWEPT Entire Business Section of City Destroyed, also Wharves and Shipping, Involving the Stupendous Loss of $250,000,000 worth of Property-Fire Raged all Day Sunday and up to Noon Today Before Brought Under Control BALTIMORE, Md., Feb. B.—(Bulletin, 0 a. m.)— The flames arc still beyond control. The wind is blowing a gale. Prac tically all of the wholesale and the larger pnrt of the retail business district has l>een swept away. About 40 blocks are now in ruiiiH, stretching a mile in one direction. The loss la easily (200,000,000. It may go to $360,000,000, The Fourth and Fifth regiments of Maryland militia, the regulars from Fort Henry and police from Washington and Philadelphia are guarding property. Most of the local newspaper plants have been consumed. Some papers are being issued from the Star and Post plants in Wash ington. A fresh relay of engines and horses is being rushed by special trains from Jer sey City. New ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 8 February 1904

2^ THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday, by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. M.t | liil[-n . 1,, ,», .. I, Zs* „,, „, r .,. -_.-,-., Entered at tbe poetoffice at Tacom a. Wa*h., as second-class matter. W - m ■■■■■■■■,■ ■■ i ■■ '■■ USES THE SCRIPPS-M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a fiBBBh" 25 Cents a Month, *3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. C"''-V.'V'k-" ' by Carrier or by Mail. The latest dispatches all indicate that the game of diplomacy between Russia and Japan has been ended in order that the game of war may begin. The whole world is listening now, awaiting the first roar and crash of cannon in the Orient. Korea will pinlial.ly lie tin- HeM of mile li „f the tixhtiliK. becaOM it OOCVpieU mich an iinpoitani ilrttegki point. It Mparatai l'"it Arthur itrni VTadiventock, Etnitan mpm(e, and im aepented from Japan by only ,i nunl" •trait ROCKEFELLER AND CHEESE Juliii I). Rockefeller's stomach in of more c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 8 February 1904

THERE WILL BE WAR IN TACOMA IF THE CABLE IS NOT REPAIRED A ■■strand" ni the CBIMC of .1 good deal of inconvenience to ■ number <>f people l>c tween 7:30 and <t o'clock last night. It was not the ■•shilling strand" that the children had been singing about in Sun day school a few boon before, but a strand in a greasy, black, worn-out cable. that by tits and starts jerk* the eui-s of the Tacoma Railway & Power company up the hill from Pacific avenue to X street. The same strand has been making trouble lor the last three months or more, so it is not surprising that the line should have been tied up again List nigh). "Well, 1 guess the cabl,. must be balled up again." smilingly remarked the Cheer ful Passenger, as the car gave a convulsive lunge, stopped, started again, and then came to a standstill in the middle of the block. "No, it ain't balled up again," snarled the passenger with the dyspeptic look; "it's the same old ball that we've been having on thin line for the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 8 February 1904

4 VALENTINES ARE LARGE AND PRICES ARE HIGH THIS YEAR Tile cheerful swain who used to be able' to satisfy the whims of hit sweetheart on St. Valentine's da] will, a card not much bigger than a postal card, decorated with HowtiH 111 impossible huesand little Cupids making goo-goo eyes at each other, will have in do more than that this year ii he expects to continue to hold bin own. The valentine gilt* thig season are all shapes and ruck, but the most of them are of the kind that require to be packed in a box a foot square, to in nun: their safe delivery .ii the shrine of the love-lorn youth's affections. lleeauae of their great bulk, the overworked mail carrier will be relieved of much extra duty and the dis trict messenger boys will be the medium through which hundreds of the love tokens will be transmitted to "her."' In many of the stores of.Taeoma can be situ rich displays of cunningly devised contrivance* by means of which the bash ful lover will be able to express, or, to be more...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 February 1904

'BY CARRIER 25 CTS. A MOfITH VOL. 1. No. 44 JAPANESE TDRPEDQ BOATS DUSH IN UNDER GUNS OF PORT ARTHUR AND CRIPPLE RUSSIA'S BEST BATTLESHIPS Furious Storm of Shot and Shell Follows the Japs as They Leave the Harbor—Large Squadron of Japanese Battleships Appears off the Port, Ready to Grapple With Russian Ships—First Engagement of the War Puts Russia at a Great Disadvantage on the Sea and Leaves Japan's Navy Predominant ST. PETERSBURG, Feb. 9. Aocording to the Official Messenger, the first gun has been Bred and war is now an actuality. Reports from Admiral Alexieff at midnight February 8, telegraphed to the czar, state that nine Japanese boats suddenly at tacked the Russian squadron in Port Ar thur. In the clash the Russian battle ships Retvisan and Czarevitch and the cruiser I'allada were badly damaged. PORT AKTIIUIt, Feb. 9.—Japanese tor pedo boats attacked the Knssian fleet during the night and managed to inflict severe injuries upon the battleships Rel visan and Czarevitch and the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 February 1904

2 = THE TACOMA TIMES _ Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Time* Pub. Co. Entered at the postoffice at Tacom a. Wash., as second-clans matter. USES THE SCRIPPS-M-RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 788 COMMERCE STREET . TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cent* a -*3&££&\ 25 CenU a Month, $3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. C^gsggpo by Carrier or by Mail. AN UP-TO-DATE WAR SERVICE The Tacoma Time* print* today half-town of the Russian battleships Retvinan and Czarevitch, damaged by .Japnnese in (lie night attack at Port -Arthur. These pictures were mail,, from photograph of the battleship* and arc therefore accurate in every detail. The Tines' pictorial service during the Russian-Japanese war will be fully equal to tin- service of any of (lie weekly illustrated journals, not even excepting Harper's or Frank Leslie's. For weeks pant the Newspaper Enterprise Association, of which The Times is a sustaining menibar, has been gathering together I vast mass of up ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 February 1904

CITY CONTROLLER LISTER TELLS ABOUT WATER AND LIGHT FUND "The profit! accruing in the wafer and light fnnd belong to the consumer*.'' Such was the statement of City Control ler Lister when discussing the water and light OUesliou. There has of laic been much comment favorable and otherwise, on the attitude of the present city .•idniinistration in re gard to the water and light fund. It has been state.! that the recommendation of the city i nolle, to put 5 per cent of the water and light income into » sinking fund every .year to take up the bonds would amount to more than enough to pay the entire bonded indebtednen of the water ami light System by the time the kinds become due in 1013. It has been said that such a course would not only lie putting the burden of paying for the plant on the present consumers, but would also create a large fund that would be subject to the peculations of politicians. To get at the tacts as shown by the city records, The Times requested Mr. Lister to make ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 February 1904

4 THE HESE TORPEDO BOATS (Oontintted From I'.ihi- om.) the sole route for Russian shipments to the scene of war. Ice-breakers have proved inefficient. Munitions of war accordingly have been hurried across the lake on sledg es. Each northerly gale, however, cracks the ice and ill's it up, making the passage of HlerigPH difficult and dangerous. WASHINGTON. I). C. *'<■!». 0.-TW -i.iir iii-|Mt■ttiii-ni baa MM ■! iiri'ul.ti- note In the powcn MktOg them to act in MdMD with tin- United Stales in an effort to per JAPS ARE BOMBARDING PORT ARTHUR TODAY CfiEFOO, Feb. 9: The Japanese fleet last night engaged the Russian battleships under cover of darkness, and this morning began bombarding Port Arthur. But little damage was done at the time the dispatch was sent. WASHINGTON, I). C, Keh. it. Ad miral Evans, commanding the Asiatic sta tion, has been ordered to take his cruiser squadron to a point on the Chinese coast about Kmi miles iinin the Philippines, ami keep Ins battleship squadron in t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 February 1904

By CARRIER 25 CTS. A MOJITH VOL. 1. No. 45 RUSSIAN CRUISER HAG FOUNDERS AFTER AN ATTACK BY JAPANESE, WHILE GUNBOAT KDRIETZ, BADLY DISABLED, IS BLOWN UP BY CREW Russians on Both War Ships Take Refuge on French Cruiser Victorious Japs Also Pick up Transports Loaded With Russian Troops Czar Declares War and Calls on the Almighty for Help LONDON. Feb. 10.-An official account of the Chemulpo battle received by the Japanese embassy here says that a Japan ese squadron, escorting transports to Korea, was met on tin 1 way to Chemulpo by the Russian gunboat Korietz. As the latter was tearing poii it assumed the of RUSSIA'S PROTRCTED CRUISER VARIAG, REPORTED lO HAVB BERN SUNK BY THE .TAPANKSF. AT CHEMULPO. Built in 1899 at Philadelphia; 6,500 tons. Dimensions- Length 4IK) feet; bean, 82 feet: draft, 19 feet. Armament- Twelve six-inch twelve three-inch, six-three-pounders, four torpedo tubes. Armor—(Krupp) three-inch deck; six-inch gun shields. Speed—Twenty-three knots. , tensive and fired on a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 February 1904

2 THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at the pogtoffiee at Taeom a. Wash., on second-class matter. *■ , . USES THE SCRIPPS-MRAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. ■ ■ OFFICE, 788 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a -j BfijJ 25 Cents a Month, $3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. °y Carrier or by Mail. Now that the Japanese have started in to demolish the Uuswian navy, they are evincing an unnecessary haste to get through with the job. It would lie better to go a little glower and give all of the war correspondents time to reach the werie of hostilities. . The laps arc rushing tins way and that way with their warships and fighting and linking things ho rapidly that it is hard for American newspapers to keep up ■witl) them—and that is saying a great deal. .lap- with In-.ills an big as pumpkins are to be seen on the streets of Tacotna to day. Nobody blame* them. Who wouldn't get the swelled head under inch circura« -ta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 February 1904

DR. SCHUG MAKES REPORT AND CONFIRMS STATEMENTS PUBLISHED BY THE TIMES Dr. I-. .1. Bchug, health commissioner has completed his examination ol the city "■**«■ "uppb and will make a report of Ins investigation! t,, the council tonight '" '"- "' 1 Dr, Schnu: substantial!} cor roborates the statements made by The I imes during the pas, week, both In i<- Sjrd i" the conditions existing i^ong I lover creek, where the ,-iiy water comes from, and also practicallj admits the pres ence oi typhoid germs m the water. The repori which Dr. Sohng will make to the council tonight i- as pillows: "To the Honorable City Council Ta coma. ' '■• ntlemen: As per your reqnwt, I v y ' made another investigation of the eitj water supply, and would respectfully make the following report, viz: "At the intake, or Biter station (Peter Smiths place) everything is in good order and condition, and the Biter is in good working order; from the intake where the open ditch commence! to Parkland die surroundings an- ...

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