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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 February 1904

4 EVEN DISPOSITION IS A TRAIT AMONG THE STURDY JAPANESE >VAfSnrXOTON/ t>. 3.. Dec. 10.-That the:3ups are a • hardy rare has often been noted. Some : interesting facts concerning the rea-wi for 'this are anfoMed in a book written by; H. Irving Hancock, in which ,he'iaj-s:;>.- "The Japanese are noted for poswasiflg the tvettett di»i»oKituinii to be found anywhere Ji the n-orld. -. PolitcncM! and good nature t<t\:ri inborn with the Japaueae baby. Ah r.aegoes'on nrid the child reachea adult >gc. kindly.di»i>ositioii appears. to have in m-r. ie«l in pi-onu-trit.il ratio, When a I'nu'itniiin applies *;for phyoical training un if r a Japanese teacher, he ix required to furnish »*ti>factory | ion) ot.lhe evenhera if hi» dispuMiiii). Kven after he has ben admitted to ; ilie school, if the white man »h<>w« ] too : great » a tendency •to • sudiljn aiiti.T, he i* politely rcqucstc<i to seek m struction elsewhere." ' ArcoitJing;to the Japanese, anger i» a noi«onou*~...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 February 1904

ONE CENT VOL. 1. No. 51 RUSSIAN ADMIRAL WITH TERRIBLE NAME IS CHOSEN BY THE CZAR Roshbestvensky Will Assume Command of Asiatic Fleet-Japan Starts Large Body of Troops for the Scene of Hostilities FT. PETERSBURG, Feb. 17—Admiral Roshbcslvcnsky leaves here immediately [or the Far Knst, where, it is asserted, le will assume supreme command of the lussian navy under Viceroy AlexiefT. One •port says he will travel by the Red sen. aking the vessels gathered lIP there to he .scat of war with him. PARIS, Feb. I".—An official dispatch 'rom Tokio says that one of the main Handles of the army, consisting of three livtpioni, it; today going aboard transports. (Jowly 50,000 men, it is believed, will sail. [heir destination is eithel" near the mouth if the Valu river or aa^ioint on the Liao Tung peninsula, Hanking Port Arthur. " BERLIN, Feb. 17.— The Vowiekc Ecitunp sayn today that when the newn mat Japan had ruptured relations with ■ Russia reached St. Petersburg, Foreign Minister Lamsdorff, kno...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 February 1904

2 THE TACOMA TIMES Evory Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. •O'lJtSter^l'iik «tofsee at Tacom a, Wa«h., v second-class matter. *'USfiS THK SCRirPS-MTUE TELKaRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 718 COMMKRCE '5TREET. .. ....;....... TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six' Cent* a a^EfKfe^ 25 Cents a Month, |3 a "sJear, 'eek. by. rarrior or by.Map. ■ ' r by Carrier or by Mail. gi'f WE LIKE JAPAN I The question is often aakc-d, why do Americans, almoet without exception,; give their earnest sympathy,' in Die present conflict; to Japan? „ Ilreauer Amcricajiium in opposed to autocracy. The \merienn public ho« been reading about Russia. It knows that the govern ment of the rar h:i« no if>i>»tituti»tinl limitations and thai the Bnaiiai subject is t)ie football of bureaucratic: caprice. It kaowi that Russia i* denied th«, blensinga of a free ,'lo* and free speech. ft knows something o( the inherent cruelties of mch a nment and of it* treatment of fire peoples who come under ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 February 1904

COMMITTEE WILL RECOMMEND $5,000 FOR THE CITY WHTRF The liailmr nnd waterfront committee will rtcoWdMod this evening at the city council meeting the appropriation of $5,000 to be expended in constructing a city dock »nd wharf. This was the conclusion that the committee came to after discussing the free market question at the meeting yes terday afternoon. There is nothing now that will hinder pushing the matter through. Hinee the Tacoma Fruit & Pro duce company has agreed to build a $6,000 SITE PITERS One after another the logging camps on the Humptulips river have closed, until now the shutdown in that logging dis trict is complete. Too much snow is given as the re i.-un tor the shut-down. The temperance people of Walla Walla, R'ho commenced a campaign a short time »go to enforce the Sunday closing law, are meeting with but little encouragement from the officials. A committee from the Glood Templars was turned down by the Bounty commissioners, but the temperance people declare th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 February 1904

i TWO TACOMA MEN DEFEND THE ROSSI GOVERNMENT AGAINST THE CHARGES OF ARMY CRUELTY Ronth Tacoina, Feb. 18, 1904." Kditor Tacoma.Time*—Sir: After read hi(r ><-«r ' poper; tonight, we, t the • under, itgncd came to the eonchmoa that aome ihine itniKt I be • wron^,' with , the f edil(in«l rtaft of i your ' paper, otherwise you mu»t ba\ v ! been 4 misinformed by ' the HO-called neiabrrai of f the. lin--i.ni . Oolotiy , at; Endi ■ »r>u, VVa»h., to print *uch nonneniie a* »■«■ printed, ton'glil, a» we read on page 4'of - f< ur paper/under the heading: "liussinn* ■ope f Japs Will Win." We, the under wunod. althoiisli not genuine Runian one «f us luiiiit of Oerinfln parentage anil th.- oth^ r& Polwh p»rentage, were born Uid raif*u Imdi'r Ihr double F<u«i*iian ragle, me being a nt and the other be .ng ; a Roman < ,'ulholir, >>nMN]uently not I Wlt'ii»!!nu to ' tlit genuine. Oreek | orthudox taith: We miut nay. to tell the truth, that '< irhile .wj( nerved,our.time...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 February 1904

ONE CENT 70L. 1. No. 62 PRQCLAMATIONSKI BOMBASTIC! TO SCARSFYSKI THE JAPANESESK! The Russian Government Emits a Tremendous Official Roar Today-Announce That They Will Chop the Japs up Into Little Pieces and Eat Them TIIIS IS THE MIKADO WHOM THE RUSSIANS SAY THEY ARE GOING TO WIPE OFF THE FACE OF THE EARTH. ST. PETERSBURG, Feb. 18.—An offi lial proclamation was issued today in rhich the government says: "Eight days have elapsed since all Rus ria was shaken with profound indignation igaiiwst an enemy which suddenly broke off negotiations and by a treacherous attack mdeavored ito obtain easy success in a »rar long decreed. The Russian nation, »rith natural impatience'and a desire for vengeance, awaits feverishly news from the Fur ICast. The strength of the Rus sian people leaves, no doubt that Japan will receive the chastisement she deserves for her treachery and provocation to war it a time when our beloved sovereign de lired to maintain the peace of nations. The conditions under whic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 February 1904

2 THE TACOMA TIMES __ ; Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. ' Entered at the poetoffice at Tacon a. Waah., as second-clsss matter. ÜBMTHBBCRIPPB-WRAE TKIKCHArHiC NEWS SERVICK. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET...... -.;............TELEPHONE MAIN 733. Due Cent a Copy, Six C««U a.; .j>r^r- . | 25 CenU a Month, f.l a Year, Week, by Carrier or' by Mail.* *i'«'JU> „ by Carrier or by Mail. •„ THE SELFISHNESS OF SUICIDE :' AVhm' informed by hi* physician that lib wife would die, a young married man in Philadelphia picked up a revolver, exclaimed, "If she goes, I'm going", too," and shot limneli' through the head. „• ].., > -,:•.: V'yr-, ;• 'p- , p/*\f*_ - The worst of it is that he leave* a boy— whone life the mother gave up her iwn—«n<! a fonr-yc«r-o!d daughter.'* ; <-'.'v rv "<;<»•'•. ' _ 1 That man wa* a'coward.* One can respect and admire, his lova far. liin wife, but ;-• lot the brutal desertion of the two babies. The trouble with that man was selhs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 February 1904

SENATE WQHE AIR OF GLOOM WASIIINOTON, T>. 0., Feb. 18.—Then} Were only a few senators present whert the senate was convened today. The! gloomy appearance of things was increased by tlie black draped chair formerly occu pied by Senator Hanna. Crepe will re main on it until after the funeral. A resolution was agreed to directing Secretary Cortelyou to investigate what damage had been sustained by the Walso Island Packing company as a result of the recent Alaskan boundary decision. The house fortification appropriation bill, carrying $7,000,000, was considered in com mittee of the wtoole. Representative Lit taucr explained its provisions. He said that seacoast fortifications, a larger navy and a large army are guarantees of nation al peace and power abroad. CLARENCE HANSP2N LEAVES HIS HOME Clarence Hansen, an 11-year-old boy, who resided with his parents at Twenty third and G street, ha» disappeared from his home, and with him has gone $11 which Mrs. Hansen hail in the house. It is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 February 1904

4 TACOMA COUNCILMEN WILL INVESTIGATE WATER SUPPLY i Councilmen ' Olson, Salmson* and Roice ■ ircre appointed ;by President Jones last ' r •ignt to wiventignte a proposition. from , ..the ' Mt. Tacoma Water supply company . 1 to furnish the city of Tacoma with.water. : In imtwtanoe the proposition made by the , , "Mt. * Tacoraa\Water Supply company . was : to furnish 'the city with a supply of pure '■water in the mains" at the city limit*. The wnt it in to be taken from stream* which have: their source in'the upper slopes of '■' Mt. Tacoma. The mipply, it ni «t*ted, .•will,be nufnrient for the need* of the city for many yean* to come. The atream* are so Joosted M to be protected from con tamination,;' It wan also stated that an BMlyaJs «f the water shows it to be abso ; lutely pure, . The proportion waa made in a eomnsMmcatton to the council ami Ml signet^oy the Ml. Taooma \\.Her Supply comjwny. -. Councilman Mahncke movad the appoint ment of a special committee to meet with "".• rep...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 February 1904

ONE CENT VOL. 1. No. 63 JAPAN ANNOUNCES THAT SHE IS NOT FIGHTING FOR CHINESE TERRITORY TOKIO, Feb. 19.—The Official Gazette today prints the note sent by Japan to China on February 17. assuring that coun try that the imperial palaces at Mukden •rd Chinese public buildings everywhere Will be protected, unless the Chinese give •id to Russia. Foreign Minister Kumiri declares that war is being waged by Japan, not for conquest, but in defense of her just rightß and interests. He asserts that Japnn has bo intention of acquiring territory at the expense of China, and gays any action taken on Chinese territory by Japan will ke solely through military necessity, and lot with any desire to impair Chinese lovercignty. Japan's magnanimity is well received by the people. PARIS, Feb. 19.—Tt is officially ex plained today that the sending of French reinforcements to the Far East is with out sinister significance, but merely to protect French Indo-China in case the un rest epreads that far. MARSEIL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 February 1904

•> ■VV THE TACOMA TIMES __ ■Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. ".. . Knutrni at' the poetoffic* at Taeem a. Wa«h., as aecond-elaa* matter. USEBTHS SCttIPPS-MTtAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS BKR\ OFFICE,76B COMMENCE STREET .7... ..^............TELEPH0NE MAIN 733. One C«iu'aCepy,Six'Cents** ««^H3b*i"" J5 C«nta a Month, |3 a tear, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. ;" C^^^?* > by Carrier or by' Mail. Tr"lir* I" "1 ll' T" 1 ~—: —~: ' -~=~."'.- ::■-:- ' :---.: Z=S -~ THE COMPLAINT FROM COLDFOOT Yon realise how ansrry yon become when the postman i» late and you remember liow - yoa signed a petition demanding three deliveries a day on your street, and Uxiu^it yon should ! have five, i t > i You do not appreciate your blessings, and that ia natural, became the KWarafi citizen* hat so many blessing*. The next time the mail mnn is late you might find a bit of philosophy in the troubles of the.postmaster at Coldfoot, Alaska. Coldfoot in in this same glorious country that yon inha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 February 1904

STATE POINTERS • Arthur \ Hanerbaek;- Democratic coupty «l«k of Whitman, county, has been found to be $1,000 short- in. his accounts.' ■'He has resigned* and has asked the county commissioners to promote his deputy, Har ry Dehuse, to the position of county clerk. Since his election in 1902 he has been going a fast pace, drinking and gambling. Twice he has been found to be short in his accounts, and twice the matter has been settled ■without prosecution, the first time by prominent Democrats and this time by an ngroement between his chief ■ deputy, ivlio becomes county clerk, and the coun ty commissioners. His popularity as an athlete and graduate from' Whitman col lege elected ! him to office by a large majority over his Republican rival, ana it was through the intercession of the college faculty that he escaped prosecu tion. Thomas Murphy, former state repre« ■entative and at one time sheriff of Okan- Ogan county, is the missing heir of the late Dr. Murphy of St. Paul. Wishing to t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 February 1904

4 TACOMA S GREATEST NEED I Sitoated Taroma ik, the rity has many I fcdTantagM over other town* in the North-' ; west md I there are*: unlimited ; resources nnly awaiting derelcpment/ v» hindranea to the complete development of them- re •ource*iis', the 1 U<k of . railroad facilities. While Tscoma haj a* apod, if not better, milroad Jswrrice than ■ some' other pl»Ce«,| business men are realiting that the rity ik greatly handicapped in being a one railroad j town. The fact is being brought home to! thera'erery'day that something munt be! done to draw other railroads here if the • rity i# to achieve and maintain the "com merrial .prestige which rightfully belongs to it. In talking of the matter with a Times reporter today, T. .1. Penteeont. cashier of the Pacific National bank, *aid: "While we are aatmfied with the »er SHEIX.S FROM THK .lAI'ANKSH UINS ARE REPORTED TO HAVE BET FIRE TO THIS PORTION OF PORT A HTI It'll. * tier "j the Northern ■ Pacific haa always nven ua we think it. w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 February 1904

ONE CENT VTOL. 1. No. 54 RUSSIA GRUELLY EVICTS THQUSaWDS OF JEWS FROM THEIR HOMES ON CHARGE OF BEING SPIES FOR JAPS BERLIN, Feb. 20.—Jews here have re teived information that the Russian gov ernment has expelled the entire Israelite population of Omsk. Tomsk, Yakutska anil ill towns on the Tuimihirini railway, on the ground that they might betray Military secrets to the Japanese. The expelled Jews are not allowed to.use the railway and are compelled to make a long traniji through the snow and cold to places of safety. Three thousand are affected, many of whom are liable to not survive the hard ihips of the journey. CHEFOO Feb. 20.—Advices received to- Jay state that the Russian land forces are loneentrating between Mukden and New rli\v;i:n; in Manchuria. Troop trains are arriving there with considerable preci •ion. The Russians in Port Arthur are Igain in a boastful mood. PARIS, Feb. 30.—Mail advices received from l'ondicherry, French India, report that effervescence among the resid...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 February 1904

J2 ___ THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. .; Entered »t the postoffica tt Taeom a. Wuh., v second-claas matter. ci- ...... , USES THE SCRIPPS-MHAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE. 788 COMMERCE STREET.... TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Oat a Copy, Six OnU a —e^>p 25 Cent a Month |3 a Yalr < Week, by Carrier or by Mail. ' BHp by Carrier or by Mail. WAR AND,PEACE 1 Look on tliat picturi iiml then on th.i. '< Over in tlic Orient Jap ami Kuim are killing one another because of a dispute between two government* concerning certain territory, •'' •• *■*„-* "..;'-* * I At Tl'n- Hague ia a triliuna] created for the purpose of settling disputes between goreramenta. ] Ik that tribunal only a mockery! I ■ The man woo waa the Grst to suggest the creation of thia international court "' peace, and, who hat been ita chiefe»t advocate is the greatest land robber In tb< world. lie ia in favor of peaoe so long an he is permitted to grab all tht> land adjo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 February 1904

SWEDISH LUTHERAN CONFERENCE MEETS IN TACOMA NEXT WEKK The Columbia conference of the Angus tana synod will hold its eleventh annual meeting in Tacoma Wednesday, February 21. The session* will be held in the Swed ish Kvangelical Lutheran church, corner of South Eighth and 1 streets. Tlie Columbia conference is but a small part of the 70.16H.000 Lutherans of all lands, and the second smallest of the eight comprising the Augustana synod. There are 2..502 members in the confer ence. It comprises Washington. Oregon, Idaho and a part of British Columbia. The 23 congregations and extensive mission fields are cared for by eight ordained min isters one lay preacher, all of whom are expected to attend the conference. In addition, there will be a lay delegate from each congregation. The executive board will meet Wednes day morning in the parsonage to outline the work of the conference anil the first regular session will be held Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. The conference ser mon will be pre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 February 1904

4 IN AMERICAN FLORENCE MAYDRICK IS FIGHTING FOR HER FREEDOM ■ ■■■ * r .-■'..., ■ J ;■* • ... . ,' , : MOTNKS, I»., Feb. 20.-Sarah Kuhn, the American Florence Maybrick, - roung, innocent and accompliiihcd, but a lonvict in the »ute penitentiary at Aria noga, in lighting from her cell for her i-*e»lom. •. She is chanced with the murder £ »f her. husband and' was convicted twice. | 1 Dnee the mipivmr court,gave, her a new trial; once it affirmed • the sentence of Uie lo\vc«r tribunal, but each lime two »f the judges & exprevaed their belief in ler innocence.' The little convict, wan murricd in May, 1000, to g nun twice her iige. She was 17 then.'*> She waa in love with a schoolmate, Andrew Smith. She was 'young beautiful ' icciirii|.!ixhoil, i but • poor. • Smith h«d no money nnd little prospects of earning any. Charles Kuhn was rich, middle-aged and disHipatnl. Barafa'i parents insisted an<l ." the niHiiie<l ; him. ,; -v ) J,»/ Quarrels began at once, but Kuhn made I will...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 February 1904

ONE CENT i— .—i VOL. 1. No, 66 AN ARMED CRANK SEEKS PRESIDENT WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 22.-An armed crank attempted to enter the .White House this morning by the execu tive entrance. He was promptly arrestt'd and gave the name of Edward Relger of Chicago. He had a revolver and knife and told the police he wanted to enlist the president's aid to develop patents in his • possession. He was examined and committed to St. Elizabeth's hospital for the insane. The crank had been watched for, as he had recently addressed letters to Presi dent Roosevelt. His particular mania was that he wanted a patent on his scheme that all men should bear names according SAN FRANCISCO SWAYED TO AND FRO BY TREMENDOUS EARTHQUAKE P \X r'KAM'iKCO. Fft>. 22.— One of the most severe earthquake shocks San Fran cisco has experienced in many years ■tritck the city, a few minutes before 3 O'clock this morning. The vibrations were of short duration, but of unusual power, and were followed by a heavy wind that NATION...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 February 1904

2 THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. E*t«red at the pfetofnte at Tacom a. Wash., as second class matter. t'SKS THK BCRIPPB-MRAE TKLKORAPH IP NEWB BKRVICK. OFFICE, 788 COMMERCE STKKET TKLKPHONE MAIN 783. Jtae Cent a Copy, Six Cents a <r6s&§>zi!!£& 25 Cent* a Month. $3 a Year, Week; by Carrier or by Mail. " *hy Currier or by Mail. STARVATION AND EXPORTS — The increase in tbe exports of grain from Uus.sin during the past dozen year* has been taken generally by Americans M an indication that the agrioultilral popula tion of the empire is becoming more prosperous and i* raising larger animal *urphi« '. of food products—wheat ami rye. It it stated by writers of authority, however, that Russian peasant* have been selling breadstuff* at the expenite of their health. Ji'^^ '.tn various report* made betore societies, such .as the Society for the Encourage .: ncnt of Trade and Industry, in St. Petersburg; the I'icr Economic Society and other...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 February 1904

ATTORNEY F. H. MURRAY GIVES OPINION ON GAPT. ROBERTS CASE fcws of Canada. I am of the opinion that Captain Roberts of the steamship Clal am, an American citizen, master of an American vessel, sailing under the Am srican flag, has been found guilty by • loroner's jury in Victoria of manslaughter, tn this connection, The Times has been isked the question, "Can Captain Roberts »c extradited by the Canadian government and brought to trial on the charge?" As the answer to the question is one that is far beyond the knowledge of any except one well versed in the law, The Times asked Frederick H. Murray, attor iey-at-law, for an opinion on the case, which has been prepared by him after a thorough investigation of the matter. Mr. Murray's opinion is given in full below: "The offense alleged is a matter of inter national law fixed by treaty, and, said of fense being a felony, it is extraditable if committed within the territorial jurisdic tion of the Dominion of Canada. The tacts as to citize...

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