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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 December 1903

By CATCRIETt 25 CTS. A MOJVTH VOL. 1. No. 6 SIPS COLLIDE ONE GOES DOWN BOSTON, DFX 1. 26.—THK BTEAMEB DEWKY AND THK CLYDE LINER KI OVVA COLLIDED IN BOSTON LIGHT CHANNEL THIS AFTERNOON. THE LATTEIt SANK ALMOST Of- THREE MEN DROWNED IN DOSTON HARDOR BOSTON, Dec. 26.-George Coomb*, a government employe William O'Neill and Thomas Jon», blacksmiths, were drowned in the harlxir this afternoon by the sud den sinking of the big dredger General Poe. She was being towed across the har MET WITH SAD NEWS NEW YORK, Dec. 26.—The steamer Cedric which arrived from England today, brought Miss Lillian Uennett, who ex pected to marry Ambrose Uood, who was killed in the Connellsville wreck while en route to meet her. The new ß was broken to her on board the steamer by passengers. The girl is nearly insane with grief. The immigration authorities made an ex ception in her case and permitted a bro ther of the dead man, George Good, to sign a bond for her support. This morning tdie accompanied him to his h...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 December 1903

2_ THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. USES THE SCRIPPS-M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS OFFICE, 7CB COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cent* a 25 Cents a Month. $3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. by Carrier or by Mail. f- "OPPORTUNITIES" - John Dwight's will reveal* the fact that be made more than $1,000,000 by the manufacture of bicarbonate of soda. ■ , This is not so extraordinary ad it may seem. The history of manufacture i* full of example* of fortunes amassed from small and relatively insignificant articles. The great commercial kings have not been above (firing their attention to little things. They embraced little beginnings and made them great successes because they put intellect, patience, energy into them. Opportunity lies not in the thing a man attempts to do; it lie* in the man's p»wer to do it. The young man who holds back for his lucky chance to present itself full; de veloped an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 December 1903

INDIANS ARE VICTORIOUS SAN FRANCISCO, 1 IV,-. 26.-Th first lug Eastern football team to play on the Pacific coast will go back with a victory to its credit. Before an audience of 7,000 people the football team from t.he Car lisle Indian school beat the All-California team here yesterday by a score of 23 to 0. Only for a very short time a;; e r the lust kick-off did the Calitornians Have a look in. It was just for a few minutes that the superior weight of the home team told and the Indians were almost swept off their feet. When Captain John son of the Indians found, however, that he could not buck the heavy line, he re sorted to trick plays and 'in that way won the game. ' So great was the enthusiasm felt by the spectators for the victors that the plucky Indian captain was carried off the Held ..a the shoulders of a throng of cheering men Several women grew so excited that they embraced the Carlisle captain before they could be restrained. * JEALOUS MAN GOES INSANE Iver Hansen, craze...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 December 1903

4 OH MY! OH MY! SPOKANE, 1.. .■< Dr. Vanesdet of the ■ First Baptist * church will tomorrow roundly denounce all local clergymen who hare gone vlumming. lie ways it causes a moral taint and destroys the confidence of mothers in tin- ministry. IN THE COURTS Walter Higgins. barn man at Clark's livery stable, charged with font riding, failed to appear in court today and for feited hi» bail. Joe Bush, arrested for stealing an over- HE JUST ADDRESSED LETTER TO "SWEETEST" GIRL-SHE CLAIMED IT INDIANAPOLIS, fed., Dec. 26.-The i rweetest girl iii Indianapolis him been > found. What's more, this particular girl ; confesses it. Mis*» Mary Webber, 1008 Columbia avenue, claims this distinction, and the distinction itself nils thrust upon her by her sweetheart, Hen 1/iltel, of Los • Angeles, Col.; who formerly lived here. Recentlj a letter with address in mas- j culine hand was received at the Indianapo- I lis poHtolliee, ■, On the envelope instead lof the address were these words: "To the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 December 1903

By CARRIER 25 CTS. A MOJ^TH VOL. 1. No. 7 HORRIBLE MURDER ON RESERVATION Jackey Smokalem Kills His Squaw After Beating Her and Watches Body Twenty-Four Hours The lifeless body of an Indian woman, almost nude, her face pounded into a pulp, her chest crushed, stretched out on the floor of a filthy shanty, with a stolid Indian, her murderer, seated near her, was the horrible sight that met the gaze of two deputy sheriffs when they entered a shanty on the Puyailup Indian reserva tion yesterday. Some time Saturday afternoon Jaeky Smokalem, a Puyallup Indian, known as a bad man, had murdered his squaw. From the time of the murder until his arrest he had regarded almost in absolute silence the horrible effect of his work. (Jreat pools of blood had flowed from the body of the woman uuring lier last moments, and the blood lay clotted on the filthy floor. On her face was an ex pression of agony, frozen there by death when that dark messenger came to her relief after a life of misery with ihe ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 December 1903

2 THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. I M-- llii: M RUT- MRAK 11. 1.1 ■. UAl'll X M.U> SKKN INDEPENDENT IN AIX THINGS OFFICK, 768 COMMERCE STKKKT TEXJEPBONE MAIN :sv One tent a Copy, Six C«nU a 25 Ccnu a Month, $3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. by Currier or by Mail. A FEW WORDS ABOUT THE TIMES The Tacoma Time* offer* no premium- for new readers. It prefers to secure circulation only upon the solid basis of public demand. If the people of Tacoma like the new paper, if they wish to support it and see it develop, they will take it without premiums. , So far the growth' of circulation lias been rapid. Each new day sees a marked increase. , , At^M . All that The Times desires to ask at the present time is this: That each patron of the paper will kindly take the trouble, tome day during the present week, to call the attention of one or more next door neighbors to the fact that a new after noon journal is being published in Tacoma and then su...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 December 1903

THUG RECEIVES LARGE AMOUNT P. L. Laccy m compelled at the point of a pistol i,, hand over Ins money to "a thug at Electron Saturday evening. Lacey had worked for almost a year, saving from his earnings sl.luo. He was on his way to take the train for "'"-' when he wag held up. A laborer-Edward Boor, is suspected of being the highwayman. The sheriff's of nee,here was notified and all avenue, of escape are being watched. Deputy Sheriff McUilloh was sent to Orting and Deputy Doten went to Katonville. . Lacey's grounds for suspecting Boor are that he thought he recognised the man, who is said to have known that he had the money on him. Lacey had been employed by the Co lumbia Improvement company and from month to month had. saved his time checks. Saturday he cashed them for the amount of which he was robbed CHINKS, BY HUNDREDS, GOING TO THE OKIENT Hie• \Mute Funnel liner Ching Wo, Cap tain 1 . \\. Parkinson,, arrived yesterday afternoon from San FYanciaco and ii load ing Hour at the Puge...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 December 1903

4 "CRAZY" IS THEIR PLEA ( HICAGO, Dec. 28.--The car barn ban diU were arrftigned this morning. The four prisoners, neatly druftoed and well grOOBMQ 1, but ininuH the air ot bravado that marked their conduct immediately I heir arrent, were placed in. a row before the judges bench. VanlJme and Niedemier wore a Wril)M look, but Marx and Koeaki seemed unable to realize their plight. ■■-. '■ ■■ a Marx smiled coni.nually, while Roeski looked bored when the indictments were road charging Van Dine Marx and Nei demier with the murder of Johnson and Stewart in the car barn and Uocski with the murder of Bauer in the italoon hold up. Marx's attorney asked for a continuance for two months, on the ground that pres ent public opinion | Would prevent a fair trial. An affidavit was presented showing Man to be the victim of parental influ ences. His father was ■ man of low and vicious iiiKtiiicl.H and is now serving a term in the penitentiary at Juliet for a»sault on a 14-year-old girl. The affidavit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 December 1903

Sy CARRIER 25 CTS. A MOftTH VOL. 1. No. 8 INDIAN lie ATTEMPTS NODE After a Sleepless Night he Tries to Hang Himself in his Cell in the County Jail After a night of remorseful brooding over his awful crime, .Tacky Smokalem, the Indian murderer, attempted to kill himself in a cell of the county jail this morning. He was prevented from robbing Ithe scaffold of another victim or the peni tentiary of another ward by the timely arrival of the jailer and the frailness of his improvised rope. Since killing his wife on Saturday night Indian Jack has been taciturn and gloomy. No sooner had the eliects of the white man s whisky left him than he was sorry for what he had done. For 24 hours he sat by the side of his dead victim taking neither food nor bleep, after he had committed the murder. Since his arrest and incarceration in the county jail he has been very solemn and has said but little. The weight of his crime kept him depressed. Yesterday he said that he wanted to die for Ins crime, but ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 December 1903

2 THE TAGOMA TIMES _ Every Boning Exoept Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. USES THE SCRIPPS-MRAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS OFFICE, 788 OOMMEBGE STREET TTLJBPHONX MAIN 7». One Cent a Copy, Six Cent* a 25 Cent* a Month, 13 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. by Carrier or by Mail. Roseoe W. Derby, a Cleveland, Ohio, machinist, based his hope of fortune on hi* belief in luck. He m a good workman and earned enough to have supported his modest family in comfort but for hia continual "investment*." He took chances on races and Taffies -and in investuvnt concerns. Ail the mon ey he could scrape together or borrow he put into chance*. And at last he found himself in the grip of money sharks. Then he became convinced that -luck was against him. In despair he murdered his wife and throw children and killed himself. Was it not a logical denouement? . I When a man has chased chances all his life and then finds nut they are only bobbles, what is then left for him? 1 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 December 1903

VISIONARY WRECKAGE Another report has come from Sitka that the hull of the steamer Discovery has been found on Indian island, in Cross i sound. . , | Only the winch and bow are visible,! making certain identification of the craft extremely difficult. Mr. Grims of Se-1 attle, who wan a passenger out from Nome and left the Discovery at Unga, declares ! there were fully 30 passengers on the •teamer when she left there. *. The revenue cutter Rush is still cruising ; In that vicinity. A report from her may i be received that will settle ' all doubts concerning the fate of the missing steam er. I 11 I I li IHI II HI 1" 111 I Tjlst evening at the Masonic hall in ■"■■■ ■ I-II I 111 II 111 I South Tacoma a joint installation of new ,j _-._ «_..»_ _»„..-»_ officers was held by Clover lodge No. 91, & rfin Til r PR I I nnP F. &A- M.. and White Clover chanter of rilK IH I- mil 1 1 IKS the Order of the Eastern Star. The fol. . I 1111 111 ■ IHI Mill lowing officers were installed for Clove...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 December 1903

4 BRYAN IS MING LONDON, Dec. 29.--William J. Bryan arrived from the Continent today. He will sail for America:on the Celtic to morrow. He' says he docs not care to discuss the i presidential nomination, but will support the democratic leader, who ever he may be. ICE BREAKS WITH LOSS CINCINNATI, 0., Dec. 29.-The ice in the Ohio river broke here today. Warn ings wen- sent to all points down stream, but much damage in predicted. A fleet of loaded coal barges belonging to the Cincinnati Coal company was carried away. CAPT. CAMPBELL DEAD BEATTLJC, Dr. 20. Captain John Oampbatl, the oldest BMSlber of the fam ily that formerly owned the Port Makeley mill, the largCHt in the world, died at Inn home here List evening. CaiKitin ('amp lx'll was Dearly 89 years of age at the time Of his death. I'ritil a few months >iH'-> lie appeared to be strong and walked about the neighborhood daily. BOLD ROBRERY WEST POINT. Vu., I>ec. 29.—The night "watchman here • was held up last night by three b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 30 December 1903

By CARRIER 25 cts:a*moXth VOL. 1. No. 9 WAITING FIRST GUN OF CONFLICT War Between Russia and Japan now Regarded as Certain throughout Europe LONDON. Dec. 30.—The talk in semi official circles today is the most pessimis tic since the Eastern trouble began. It ii believed that a clash between Russia and Japan is imminent. The Novoe Vremya today says that a crisis exists and the slightest turn may cause a beginning of hostilities. Japanese dispatches show that the popu- YEAST ROSE SUDDENLY QUINCY, 111., Dec. 30.—A five-story brick brew house at Disks' brewery was wrecked this morning by the explosion of a cooking tank. One man was injured. Loss 160,000. US A FAKE THEY CLAIM LINCOLN, Neb., Dec. 30.—The health officers indignantly refute the story Bent out yesterday that there is leprowy in the RuHßian colony. They say it is-entirely a fake. TURNER IS ON TRIAL PINEVtLLE, Ky., Dec. 30.—The trial of Lee Turner, charged with being an ac cessory before the fact in the famous Quarter house ba...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 30 December 1903

2_ THE TACOMA TIMES ___ Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Time* Pub. 00. USES THE SCRIPPS-MRAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. INDEPENDENT IN AJLL THINGS OFFICE, 788 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cent* a 25 Cent* a Month. |3 • Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. by Carrier or by Mail. TROUBLE AMONG THE DIRECTORS A minority of the people of the world, who call themselves civilized, hold the firm opinion that the Asiatic majority are uncivilized and n«ed a foreign Boanl of Directors to enable them to live as they should live and trade a* they should trade. Hence "The Asiatic Question.'' t There has been a sort of Directory in existence for some decades, composed chiefly of European crowned heads, who have paid themselves for their unasked services by taking plots of Asiatic territory, which they have termed "concessions," and over which they exercise undisputed stray. , A This Board of Directors has been lacking in harmony, however, and for -tome time there...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 30 December 1903

FALSE U FROM HOSPITAL Patients in the St. Joseph', hospital were given a NVete shook yesterday :iftei - noon when several companies of firemen, engines, truck and other apparatus rushed to the institution. Some industrious person missed by the fool killer had seen a cliiin ney on fire and then turned in an iform trom the hospital. The sick did not know of the oireum stance and many were nearly hysterical THUG BEATS HIS_VICTIM Patrick Connelly was found Saturday night near the corner of East Twenty fifth street and Pacific avenue. He had been drinking in a saloon in the neighbor hood of Puyallup avenue. Connelly say* he had $15 and a watch on him Saturday night. He believes that two men at tacked him, one from in front, who struck him with some blunt instrument, and the other approached from the rear. As he lay on the street they beat him to in- i sensibility, then dragged him to one side and fled. Still dazed and suffering from the loss of blood, which poured from the gaping wound i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 30 December 1903

4 PREACHER IS ARRESTED CHARGED WITH ADULTERY Rev.'P., Kelson, a street corner fanatic, Ml arrested yesterday! by City Detective Fitzgerald of this city and Deputy SI,, .itf Jack Williams of Seattle. -Nelson is • street preacher who has lived in Seattle for 1" years. While carrying on his usual method of street preaching in Seattle he said that lie was called upon by the Supreme Being to take another wife, and at once took unto himself the wife of some other man. Mr*. Nelson No. 1 did not take to the HE DIDN'T HAVE ENOUGH MONEY llecause her husband had less money than she thought, Alary Johnson wants to be legally separated from him. She alleges in a complaint filed in the superior court this, morning that (the married Aaron Johnson 111 Portland last August. She nays; he represented to her that he was well able to support her, but at once took her to a cheap lodging DOOM. There they lived for two weeks, during which time •be alleges that die contributed the money for their support fr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 31 December 1903

25 CTS. A MOJ^TH VOL. 1. No. 10 SPECTRE OF DEATH BROODS SILENTLY OVER CHICAGO Nearly 600 Corpses Recovered From the Iroquois Opera House Ruins-More Believed to be in the Debris- Fire Escapes Were not in Position-Asbestos Fire Curtain Would Not Work CHICAGO, Dec. 31. —Still confront ed by chaos that will take days to etraighten, police and coroner's offi cials at noon today, after 20 hours' con tinuous toil, admitted their inability to compile a correct list of the dead, injured and missing in the Iroquois theater horror. A revised statement has been issued placing the number of dead at 531. The number missing is now 200. Some are undoubtedly among the unidentified dead. Of the 300 injured the physicians report that probably 100 will die. Newspaper reports compiled at the vari- ous morgues and hospitals up to noon vary. The lowest list of dead is 564 and the highest 576. Coroner Traeger has impaneled; a jury and this morning the jurors were conduct ed through the numerous morgues, wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 31 December 1903

2 THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. I BM THE BCRIPPS-MRAE TKI.C.KAI'HIC VKWB SERVJ' INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS um<k, 768 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cent* a 25 CenU a Month, |3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. by Carrier or by Mail. THE HORROITbFTr Tke horror of it! A shudder ran throughout the length and breadth of the land yesterday, when the afternoon papers »pread the tint new* of the frightful loss of life in the Iroquois ujifi.i lUMM m Chicago. A feeling of consternation developed >> bulletin after bulletin revealed the in creasing horrors oi the catastrophe. How could such a terrible thing take place Was not the building fireproof and aa aafe a» human ingenuity could make it. So the manager* of the opera house said. . after the lire, even while burned and disfigured bodies were being carried out by hundreds, they announced through ttie pntf. that the opera house ha* over lorty exiU, and him been ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 31 December 1903

REAL ALARM DURING FIREMAN'S BALL 1 . The grand march at the firemen's ball had just started and Chief l'oyns had taken his place at the head of the long line when the clang of the tire alarm gong on the stage rang out. Many ladies found themselves minus a partner and did not realize for a moment what had become of them. The blaze proved to be only a chimney tire near the corner of J and Seventh streets, but gave opportunity to hundreds of people to witness the uncer- ' tainty of a fireman's life. Assistant Chief Breummer and 15 men made the run but were back in a few minutes. There were prol>al.ly 1,200 people in the hall. In spite of the dusty floor fully 200 couples participated in the dance. The music was goo-. The tap ol the gong at headquarters for 8 o clock sent the horses to their places eager to race madly out into the darkness but, contrary to expectations, they were TACOMA GIRL IS HONORED Miss Josephine Holgute, second assist ant librarian at the facoma library -or near...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 31 December 1903

4 TIE DISGUISED OS A CHINAMAN SEATTLE. Dec. 31.—A thug disguised as a Chinaman assaulted and attempted to rob Airs. Mary Hurt at Yesler way and Broadway at 9:30 o'clock last night. Mrs. Hart, who is a widow 02 years of age, screamed after be had wrenched her hell away from the thug, lie lied when he believed that help would come to his vic tim. Mrs. Hart was just entering the house of a friend .. when the" thug, disguised as ■ Chinaman, grabbed her. He put one hand over her face and threw her to the ground, He was attempting to get her purse when he loosened hi« hold on her mouth and she.was able to scream. The police are certain that the thng is a white man, but has adopted the Chinese garb to prevent identification. SPECIAL SERVICES At. 11:30 New Year's morning and at 8 o'clock in tin craning genius* celebrat ing tin- signing of the emancipation proc lamation will be held in the Olivet Hap ti-t c him h. LABOR MEETINGS The Amalgamated Meat Cutter* and Butcher* Worker*, local union ...

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