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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 February 1904

4^ Sllrt POINTERS Joe Manuel, a Portuguese sailor, com mittcd suicide on board his gawjline launch, moored near Friday Harbor. Sun day night. He had been drinking hea\il> and had lo«t $2000 in a saloon, and becom ing despondent, blew the top of his head off with a Winchester rifle. Manuel for years had a place M Stuart island uhich wa» a sort of a "robbers' roost" and smugglers' rendezMiu.s. He cold it a few months ago. and riflfle then had made Ins headquarters at ISoche Harbor and Mitchell bay, it each of which place* he had a boat. John Clayton of Kvcrett, I lection hand on th ( . Great Northern, wan killed yes terday morning .i mile cant of tin- Cascade tunnel by an engine. According to Henry Daly, who ill with him, the body wan carried a hundred feet by the engine onto ■ trestle, dropping from there to the ground. Duly escaped by jumping against ■ Know bank. Hi* knee was struck by the footboard. The robbery I- reported of the pontoffice at Adna, nix miles west of Chehalis. B...

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. — 11 February 1904

IHE IACOMA lIMES. 1 •*" ™» g* VOL. 1. No. 46 ANOTHER GREAT JAPANESE NAI VICTORY REPORTED TO HAVE OCCURRED OFf PORT ARTHUR-RUSSIANS LOSE 7 SHIPS LONDON, Feb. 11th.» Bulletin.-A dispatch to Reu ters agency, Tokio date, 7:10 yesterday, says there is an unofficial report current there that the Russian fleet had been destroyed, four battle ships and three cruisers being sunk. Two Japanese warships were damaged. The engagement took place yesterday off Port Arthur. The Japs got between Rus sians and entrance to the harbor before the fight. PORT ARTHUR. Feb. 11.—Admiral Alexieff, who has been given supreme command of both sea and land forces of the czar in the Far East leels very much aggrieved over what he terms the duplicity of the Japan ese in attacking the Russian squadron here before war had been formally declared. lie vows by all of the saints to get even with them during the next few weeks. ■ LONDON, Feb. 11.—A report is current her this afternoon that Rus sia is negotiating with Tur...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 February 1904

2_ THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at the poatoffice at Tacom a. VVaah.. aa second-clans matter. USES THE SCRUM'S TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. '- \ OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET .-. TELEPHONE-MAIN 733. Om Cent a Copy, Six Cent* a .rrigjSfolk. M CenU * Month '" a Ycar> Week, by Carrier or by Mail. c^§g2gg? p .' by Carrier or by Mail. RUSSIA IS HAS HIS WEAK POINTS Tlip Bwate'l Ki.Mtest di*idvanta(te lies in the fact that he il a |iocn sailor. Ruiwia haa had little ex|)«-iienc«- and no Hea tradition. Formerly the navy MM re eruit«l in Finland, lint now sailors an- impressed iroin all pftrts of the empire I hey are not admitted until they are 21 ami ni-ver become H.iilorx in tliP true meaning of th,. word. Intelligence ainonK the rank and file in almost unknown, and what h t»«" m"H' fatal MKt, their enuinecr* and artilicer* iti the lower ranks are alimwt univerHnlly mi^iiiipctent, iner.|HTt an.l not in |<>ye with their calliiiK. 'I'h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 February 1904

COMMERCIAL TRUST CO. WANTS FRANCHISE FOR STREET RAILWAY Eastern capitalists »re interested in a mcv street car ■ystem for Taeoma. At last night'a meeting ol the citj council an or dinance \\a» introduced bj Councilman Mahncke granting the Commercial Trust company, at which Stuart Kice is preai dent, the privilege ol operating a street oar system on certain streets <>t thi* city. The new system will touch parts of the city that are not reached by other lines. One line will start at Fifteenth tad Dock -iiiris, where the city market will be built; thence west along fifteenth street t,i () street: tlicnce westerly to the Nar rows. Another division of the road will begin on Tacoma avenue at Division avenue ami run south on Tacoma avenue to the North ern Pacific right of way: thence across tile gulch to a point near the city reservoir. At the reservoir the line will divide, one line running along the flume to South Tacoma. and thence to American lake: The other branch will run south...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 February 1904

4 ROBBERS TAKE PROCEEDS OF THE L'ALLEGRO CLUB DANCE When K. J. Mills, treasurer of the L'Allegro club, loft his po*t a* ticket taker at the club damp in Fawcett hall Us) night to go out and "have some thing with a stranger, he was choked and gagged and robbed of $55. The affair occurred about 11 o'clock, when the trippers of the light fantastic were getting in their warmest work. Ac cording to Mr. Mills' story, ■ stranger accosted him at the ticket window, and after inquiring about the dance and the number of people in attendance, went away. In ■ short time hi returned and invited Mills downstairs to "take something." He accepted the invitation, and as they neared the bottom of the stairs the generous stranger put hi* arm around Mill-' neck and choked him so that be could not call for help, forced ■ gag into his mouth, and he was then dragged to a shed nearby and robbed of $55 of the club's money. After taking the moncj , the man threw Mills into the mud and then walked quiet ly awa...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 February 1904

By CARRIER 25 CTS. A MOftTH VOL. 1. No. 47 BOMBARDMENT OF POUT ARTHUR CDNTINUES-THREE MORE RUSSIAN CRUISERS ARE REPORTED SUNK SHANGHAI, Feb. 12.— At 2 a. m. it is reported here that three Russian cruisers have been sunk and a Russian bank de stroyed by the bombardment of Port Ar thur, which still continues. LONDON, Feb. 12.- Advices from Shanghai say that the bombardment of Port Arthur is still in progress. No word lias been received as to the outcome, which is awaited with anxiety. A great mass of conflicting report* of losses on both sides is constantly being received, some of which are palpably absurd. The lack of definite information is par ticularly noticeable. This is accounted for by several who assert that Japanese ves sels arc in all probability spreading along the coast of Korea and covering the move ments of troops throughout the Korean peninsula toward the north, where the first stiff encounter with the Russians is ex pected. There is always a possibility, too, that owin...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 February 1904

2 THE TACOMA TIMES "Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at tie pottoffice at Tacom a. Waah., as second-class matter. USES THE SCRIPPS-M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 788 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. On* Cent a Copy, Six Cents a «f3jfr§2fefcv 25 Cent* a Month, $3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. c*s*g£|g»s>* > by Carrier or by Mail. The Japs are evidently working overtime .it their job of destroying the Russian fleet Now it i« said that the Japs came tailing down upon the Kalian fleet M Port Arthur while most of the czar's captains were attending a circus performance on shore. All of which goes to show that the Japs have no feelings whatever The ease with which Japanese shells go tearing through the sides of Russian battleships ami cruisers suggests the idea that modern warships are not such invul nerable monster* after all. Everybody is proud to acknowledge acquaintanceship with the Japanese people in these days—all except the Ru...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 February 1904

MRS. SHONE FINED 546 FOR ILL-TREATMENT OF RAY SANSOME SEATTLE, I-Vh. 12. -| ii,,,i „,„„ , llc testimony that the defendant, Madeline shone, exceeded her authority m the pm» isiinient of this child. Tne penalty which I shall impose, while not a meat sum to many, will. 1 am iati*fied J be heavj tot i" bet condition of lite. 1 lentence her to pay Wit tine and the costs ol this action, which amount to JJ6." Justice George in these words yesterday decided the Shone assault and battery case after one ol' the hardsat-foughl bearings ni the history of the court out which he I .resides. Women filled the dingy municipal court loom. Women with faces heavily lined from cares of household and motherhood occupied the line of chain usually filled by the big police ol'licers. .lust in front of the railing which shuts out the crowd, and beneath (he frowsy heads of the foremost lines of justice court habitues, were teal ed other women, richly gowned, their jew els just a trifle too large, oddly setti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 February 1904

4 GLIMPSES IThe old steamer Zephyr passed the an nual inspection yesterday. She is now 33 years young, having been built in Seattle in 1871. The craft is still in good shape, barring a alight curve in her decks, and Captain Burnham says his boat improves with age. The Zephyr belongs to the Tacoma Mill company and is used in tow ing logs about the harbor. The revenue cutter Grant left out this , morning for Olympia and it i- a pretty safe guess. that Captain Tozier catches «imp one napping down there. The steamer Ramona. of the Pacific CiHKt steamship line haded freight for 4 Alaskan points thin morning. The Ua- MM in taking the place of the Pottage City for one trip. The Tydeus was shifted by the Fearless and Falcon to the con] hunkers this aft ernoon. 'Hie crew of the King Cyrus were paid off by Deputy Shipping Commissioner Swift yesterday. So far as known no harm wan done to any of the small craft by the wind hint night. The steamer Capital City was held over for a few hours. The ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 February 1904

3V CARRIER 25 CTS. A MOffTH VOL. 1. No. 48 UNCLE SAM CABLES RUSSIA DEMANDING RELEASE OF THE STEAMSHIP PLEIADES WASHINGTON, 1). C, Feb. 13,-The Huston Steamship company has complained to the state department that the steamer Pleiades, from Puglt Sound, loaded with flour for the Orient, has been wrongfully detained at Port Arthur by the Russians. The state deportment immediately en bled Ambassador MeCormiek at St. Peters burg to lay the ease before the Russian foreign office and secure the vessel's re lease at once if there had been any de tention. CHEFOO, Feb. 13.—N0 one apparently has any knowledge of the whereabouts of the Japanese war vessels. None have been seen since the bombardment of Port Arthur on Tuesday. It is presumed they are convoying transports to Korea. COPENHAGEN, Feb. 13,-The Russian flattie fleet is reported to be still at Kron sUtilt, where the ice-breaker Ermak is keeping th c channel open. Reports print ed this morning that the fleet had been sen at Kattegat are ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 February 1904

2 __ THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at the pottoffice at Tacom a. Waah., as second-dags matter. ___J^_ . ■ , , , „ — USES THE SCRIPPS-M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cent* a .rfjlS^E?^!, " Cents a Month, »3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. """^aSgjs*^*' by Carrier or by Mail. A NEW CITY WILL ARISE The news column* hay,. told of the frightful confla(fnition in Haltimore~a dm so immense and BB sweeping as to dwarf the importance of the intelligence that two great nations were airaut to go to war. The welfare of cities in a matter that intereflts all of the ]>eople. 'Die bus! nous interi'xi.s of all cities are wo interwoven and knit together that what harms one d it in- all. Tlie sympathy of the civilized vwuld goes out to those who have lost uliil took years of intelligent effort to lmild up. The- fact that llic men of finance in New York declared tlieir willi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 February 1904

THE tIMES' COMIC VALENTINE ARTIST GETS IN HIS WORK For years you ran the world, J. P., I niil you ran against John I).; Ami now the Standard gaff you' feel— A gaff not nude <>f common steel; We can't restrain our bubbling mirth For -1,.1,,, baa pushed you oil' the earth. THE BOTKIN , CASE^ AGAIN SAN FRANCISCO, Cal I-Vl,. 1:1. The case of Mrs. Cordelia Botkin, under sen tence of life iraprisonraent for murder, wi]l be called for the second trial during the coming week, but it ia a matter of soma doubt whether the prosecution will be ready at thai time. As in the former trial the chief witnesses for the state are tZ be brought from Delaware ami UDOn I lie time of their arrival her,, depends the daft lor die beginning uf the (1 ial. Though li'-e years have elapsed since the alleged cri of Mrs. Botkin was commit ted the details brought .mi at the trial were of such an unusual and sensatfonal character thai the cage is slill fresh in the public memory. li was one evening in August,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 February 1904

4_ Social and Personal BtabbiM, treawili ot the I'omiuer cml I>x k c.unpiiny. haa just returncil from i two weeks' rim in California. Tho ladi<v of the Royal Ncitfhliors gave a card party m Maecabee hall last night. Mii«a Alpha ObiphaH ha» gOM to Bremerton to institute a camp of the Royal Neighbor*. I ucsday i x,-niti(f the Yoiiiir Men'n league will |{iv,. a liusme-s meeting and Imnquet in the parlors Ok the hirst I'reNbyterian church lor the rooa| 888 "f the eonifi'eßa tion. M.idaiii /anoffhka will entertiiin the Mil si.al cliih of the Annie Wright seminary tonight, Nineteen jroung ladiea ol the Annie Wright leminar) will attend a valentine part] !■■ Ie Kiven liy Profeamr Pulfonl at veil hall tonight. Major C. 0, Bates, assistant prosecuting attorne] ot I'icne county, left for North Vakitna yesterdn> to art as counsel in an important damage m»iit. Last night a very delightful caul party wa« given in Knwcett hall hy Phil Sheridan W.K. (' . .' The Royal Arcanum gave its regu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 February 1904

ONE CENT VOL. 1. No. 49 JAPS GATHERING FORCES FOR THE ASSAULT UPON PORT ARTHUR Reported That Fierce Battle Between the Japs and Russians Is Being Fought on the Northern Bank of the Yalu River LONDON, Feb. 15— A concerted at tempt on the part of the Japanese land ;iiul Hen fortes to invent Port Arthur i* imminent. All dispatches this morning units indicating that well is the plan "I Icti .1. News of the first shot of the battle is momentarily expected. The loss of Port Arthur would prove In irreparable blow to Russia. Tie fad that only 10 000 Japanese troops tveie landed at Chemulpo is taken at Che foo to indicate th.it the main Japanese army has been di fleeted for the land in vestment of Port Arthur. Admiral Togs is still commanding the town from the outside in the game in inner thai Sampson managed the Santiago block ade. News that the Japanese are landing on the eastern shore of the Liaho Tang gulf, near Port Arthur, is momentarily expect ed. Such a step would be immediately fol ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 February 1904

2 THE TACOMA JQMES_^_ Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. V!ntens! at the pottofGc* at Tacoro a, Wa*h., as sceond-claaa matter. UFKS TTIE SCnTrPSIITIAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SKIIVICE. • OFFICE, m* COMMERCE.STHIiET..*'... ........TELEPHONE M.\i\ 733. <W Ceittt'n Copy, Six Ccntt • <';.'-"■■ > Mc<llls* M""- $1 a v'par- Week, by Carrier or by Mail. -o-iy,".i' liv Carrier or by Mail. SPECIAL AISISOUISCEMENT The Taenma Time* (typearii today in enlarged form, b«ing printed from its own prcM. Thr urinting U nomewhat crude; owing to the fact that the machine i« Bowly ftfwmbled and its many workicg part* arc not yet all down to their proper I'taring*. ,The printing, however, ■■. ill improv c from day to day, until it becomes en tirely satisfactory. . The Time* therefore asks the indulgence of its reader* until this much desired re»ult in consummated. Had condition* permitted, the press would havo been put in the beat possible working order before any papers were pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 February 1904

MOTTLING PROCESS OF ELECTRIC OCTUPUS DEMANDS PUBLIC NOTICE • Editor The Taeoma Times—Sir: • The can of the White River Power company ' iagainst thi., Tacoma Industrial company (Seattle . Electric company), decided 'by Judge Huston in favor of the Power com ' I any, lifts gone up on appeal to the su preme court of this state, and until it is . settled in that tribunal it is not thought, ■ that the White River Power company will :prosecute it- construction operations upon a very extensive scale. A peculiar and unfortunate feature of this situation as regards the public is that if the Tacoma Industrial company Buceeds'in destroying • the property of the \Vhite River Power company through the agency ■•:' the court/ they will practically destroy the river for , their own use m well. » Their prim i point of contention against the Vt hite River Power company is a technical one, namely that the power company is not endowed with the power of eminent domain and lias no right of condemnation. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 February 1904

* _ CHIEF ENGINEER DE LAUNEY BLAMED FOR LOSS OF CLALLAM The findings of ...Marine Inspectors B. 8.1 AVhit»icy;»nd.H(l:;rt A. Turner, by whom ik« p1«l>"<» iwn'fr »» condnct«*d, ire to the.en«t thtlL<Hi „rs'.iiiV.v c«u»c for tile' lost 'of the ►teiiiii.-hlp Clnl!«m was neglect on " the; part ( of ■ Chief Kogineer. Scott A. tie l*uMy to notify^ Captain (Jeorge Rob ctts;of the:condition of the vcmsl. Captain : ; ;Hcb<'rti» ; i« censured for not having an ofFitrr of the ship in the second and third I lifeboat* lowered from the vc» scl'n "side a* "chou-n by the testimony.. He is further.ceiii--iircd for not attempt ing to Ink- hi»'*hi|i to the nearest iihel ter by giving ex"ii'"t instructions to Cap- Uin Hall of, the tug Richard Holyoke. ' The in^>ertors are convinced that for ■ time the"«!tip was flooded by the manipu- Utioa'of,the'f*a*and bilge Valves. Th( v find th.-.t llis' <'l:ii!fl;n did not H|iri/>f aleak or thnw a if?' signs of ilH'Mi". The license"of. (!a|iUi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 February 1904

ONE CENT VOL. L No. 60 DOWAGER EMPRESS MAY ORDER • CHINESE ARMY 10 THE FIELD FVKTN, Fen. 16.—Everything today indi cates that the neutrality of China cannot be maintained. The dowager empress has dismissed Prince Su, who is the strongest advocate of neutrality. She helieves that China is the stake of the war and that it is necessary to prepare for wnr to avoid absorption by the victor. The ro lult may be that China will act independ ently and take up arms against both Russia and Ja;vm. ST. PETERSBURG, Feb. 16.—The high officials of the cKar'g government are re covering from the first stupid feeKngs of amazement at the successes of the Japs and are now vigorously at work rearrang ing their campaign plans. They have de cided, in view of the crippled conditioin of part of the Russian warships, to act for awhile on the defensive. They believe that Port Arthur is impregnable. The first ttep in advance by the Russians will be taken on the Yalu river. NAGASAKI, Feb. 16.—Japanese ship* Inte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 February 1904

2 . He tacoma TIMES __ Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub Co. ■vi •■""■ ■"; "'» \ ;i-'m" '*' '' ... ■ „ ,- .- „ , ' •-. *_ :} J j^itetod*-*t th« poetofnce at Tscem a. Wash., as second-class matter. one mi w mutsm'kabtsuboraphio NEWS service. ' Wn(S7Jfi«^MiIEHCKIsTU i TELEPHONE MAIN 7». One Cent '• Copy. Six Cents ■ ''ijfZf&frStibc* J5 Ccnf" a Month, f3 a Tear, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. 0 . by Carrier or by Mail. AIS HOfSEST MAIS LEA YES CONGRESS Yck, tin honest man has left tlir lower house of eMagKSB, He proved bis honesty by leavinn. Mr. Shafroth, of Colorado, is the per«>n of mark. .Yesterday ho arose in his K-»t in tbt Honse, and While the other members listened with bated breaths, he <li<i ■what no nan ever before lid in that liatl of legialation, voluntarily gave lip hia neat to pont*»tjnt Ronynp liwause he had found out th.it hii election was tainted with frau in eerUin voting i>re<:incts. .And when Shafroth liad finished the dead "ilene...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 February 1904

RED HAIRED GIRL WOULD CHANGE LICENSE LAW WERE SHE A MAN It was a dull day iU the P»erce county' ffiuFt-hoTise hnd tthpft the reporter strolled ifitt) tl>- fetor's 6ffice lie found the depu* t-T Wm iieSHit'a at His marriigS license ttJIHUSf ii ft i*-ii.;it!»krr( mood; ' ? T<j t'la rrroftSt-'a ttnial rmorr, "Any= tl»ii*a <:,-■.; to.Uy?" t!t«t functionary re* KlieU irith a f«r*WW bok in his eye,; "Mop*; ai ii much tloji}' today, but I can tell you n "story, IE you Jike, about some »f t)i^> aujter, things , tli.it happen here." Always hungry (or a "rtorjr," tiic reporter B»i out liij notebook and told him to "go nh<V,.' , ; .. ... ■ "I WM just thinking," said the deputy, /'•about a ' couple tliat rarae in licre a ' ehort time ajro for a marriage license, bringing the motl|T_ of the lady . for It witness. All went well until the would be groom blushihgly admitted that he waa not quit 21. Tie was tolii that he wnulii b»ve to jel Ihe consent of his parents before tli • licen...

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