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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 February 1904

4 STEAMSHIP LYRA WITH VALUABLE CARGO ENCOUNTERS HURRICANES Th« rteaiwhip 2 L<yr<i, of _ the Boston £te*m«hip "company**" line, ■'■• arrived , here today i after ./• - mo«t i temn««s*uoufi . voyage tcrWthePacific^ Fierce; hurricane* pre- ' xail<-<! *ncftf!y'»U the way from Yokohama. 5,Th« tynt brings.tbe-most ralu»We cargo \tnt »hipi»ed'froin .I«i>»n to America, con- 1 listinj of *ri«lcs for -the J«pane«e exhibit ■ it Uic-St.'Jxmi* cxpowtion,:including con- Iribitiona' from jthe mikado* own private sollj^tion Amonjt articles i» a ca»e Of .T«p»nMw* miiiH Valued at 112.000, There are also apeciwens oi armor show ing the evolution of defensive bod) cover log in,'Japan vfor more than 2,000 yearn, ipecimeii* <if > the marvelous tubres oi Ja|)un, inUid with;gold and atlver and tfit with precious »tones;'picture* showing ! the development of art in Nippon for cen* |.turioi/Cioifoone^ Imari and Satsuma va»c« »n,l vemcl* hMCM-ribable beaut) and ot priceless value, ivory c...

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. — 23 February 1904

ONE CENT VOL. 1. No. 56 RUSSIA'S BLACK SEA FLEET GETS READY TO SAIL FOR THE FAR EAST ' COXSTANTIXOI'LF., Feb. 23-The Porte is advised that the greatest activity I exists among the, vessels of the Russian Black Sea fleet; alto among those at Sebas topol nnd Odessa dockyards. ■ It is stated that British warships are concentrating along the Greek archipel ' ago, ■ evidently not because of the forth coming attempt to take the Russtan fleet ,through the Dardanelles, but in prepara tion -for severe measures in case of a Balkan crisis. j l' LOi..i.ON, Feb. 23.—The Russian gov-' eminent has assumed a threatening tone towards China as a result of the action j of the latter in ordering the Russian gun-j boat Munjur to leave the harbor of Shang- j hai, near where a Japanese cruiser is wait-1 ing to destroy her. It is regarded here as quite possible that Russia and China may. fight as a result. * WEI-HAI-WKI, Feb. 23— Authentic xie\VH has been received from Chemulpo that a Japanese army corps i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 February 1904

«j "J v^^ THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at the p°*toffice at Ticom a. Waab., aa > second-class matter. = . Vr ''KCSKS THE BCBIPPSMRAE TELEORAPniO NEWS BERVICK. OFFICE, 788 COMMERCE STREET.. TELEPHONE MAIN, 735. Ont Cent a Copy/ Six Cent* ■ j,<Tsffifßbii.* 26 Cent* a Month, $3 a TJear, --■„ W^foCatTferoYbyMail. il*i*£g%*Z*P* by Carrier or by Mail. A MOTHER'S MISTAKE ■ She iwved others,* but co»ld not save her own w>n! Thin is the sorrowful atory of an intelligent mother who, in trying to gave other ■ her own son. . Young; Van Dyne is one of the youthful bandits now on trial for ni» life by a f*hu"«gn jur>. Re was a member of the "carbarn murderers"--a band of boys wbo, amonjt other crimes, killed one ninn for $1.35. • , Heredity, you say.- No. Van I>\ tie belongs to one of the moat highly respectable faroilie* of Chicago ■nd.his mother is a noted club woman. Airs, Van Dyne is a famoim organizer of women's clubs. She w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 February 1904

JAMES MARTIN HANGS AT BUTTE BUTTE, Mont., Feb. 23.—James Martin was hanged in the jail yard this morning for the murder of John Williams, a rail way brakeman, on September 19, 1902. Charles Lennox, who was convicted with Martin for the Mine offense, made a sen sational jail-break last fall and has never been recaptured. MARINE GLIMPSES The vessel lost and two of the crew dead is the story told of the three-masted schooner Frank W. Howe, Captain Kee gan,* bound ' from Ballard for - San j Pedro with lumber, which went ashore near Ilwaco yesterday. One jof the lost was the Chinese cook, who was carried over board by a breaker after bravely baking a -trick at the wheel. The other was a Beaman, who was killed by being struck by a flying block. The Howe left Port Townsend about eight days ago. The sec ond day out her rudder became disabled, and from that time it was trouble and suffering. The vessel sprung a leak, be- CHine water-logged, and finally went ashore near Hay View station. Her ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 February 1904

4 TERRIBLE DEED I||i|ip TEKSK HAITK Tii.l.. Feb. 2.1-While - ins-ine from- a '.prolonged ; apree, •"• Jerome Dugan,* a* ■ railfiny employe, this "morning * numienil Mr* lk>n Ramsey, with whom he lioartleil,'* al«> her two children,, and then 'lit hit oVn throat'with a razor. BOODLER KRANTZ IS MOW ON TRIAL > :BT;V-ix>UlS,'l Feb. 23.— The trial of Krnnz,'* the J ex-rpuncilmari. "brought back from Mexico charged with bribery, began thin morning The day h ' being given np to arKiiim for v change of venue on ao , «-i>unt 'of the alleged prejudice against Kranz, in . Si. Louis. , , '■ COMMITTEE FAVORS I RAILWAY FRANBHISE - The privileges, franchises an<l corpora tion- i..Miimti<i' nf tlir city council met Jast T evening ill the city hall and took fnvorulilf .action in regard to the ordin i «nce i granting to the Commercial Trust ■"I •MBpun) it street railway franchise. The onfumiiMv iliniti|i the course of the meet I in|r, irri'ncil one li.mif 1. t The aioiigmnt-nt cl...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 February 1904

ONE CENT VOL. 1. No. 67 DESPERATE SEA BATTLE IN WHICH JAPANESE ARE REPORTED TO HAVE LOST SIX WARSHIPS PARIS, Feb. 24.-(BULLETIN.)-The Havas NiFs igencv has a St. Petersburg dispatch which says that of ficial authority is given for the statement that four Japan ese cruisers and two transports have been sunk in an at tack on Port Arthur by the Japanese. The Battleship Retvizan, seriously damaged in a previous engagement, was active in the battle and carried off high honors for skillful firing. LONDON, Feb. 24.—A Russian report has reached here that four Japanese bat tleships and two transports were sunk in »n engagement off Port Arthur. The dispatch adds that the Japanese attack Was repulsed. BT, PETERSBURG. Feb. 24.—An offi da] announcement is made that three Jap anese officers, disguised as coolies, were caught by the Russians in the act of attempting to blow up the bridge on the Mancnurian railway over the Sungari river and were hanged to the very bridge they ■ought to destroy. The...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 February 1904

2 THE TACOMA TIMES < Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. „\i Kut.:ieU *t the pcqtofJka at Tacom a-, Wuh_ aa . aacanddue nutter. "%'" OSES THRSCmPrS-MiIAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. W »» ■■ ■ = OKVICK. m COMMERCE STREET...... ................TELEPHONE MAIN 7». c' ' ":''''' "1 .'.'., ' . ■ ■ ' ..'..' = One C«nt a Copy, Six Cent* a adflfli^ ** Cont* * Month, 3 a Year, Week, by Cuirw'n by Mail. ' °^^^^' by Carrier or by Mail. — .".... i .. .. i .■ . " ■ : MORE EDUCATION WANTED r \Vlita yu arc a«ked what part the women of the ruing generation are to play in lh« n(ln>! of the nation, you can point to Va»aar college ag a type.- Va»»ar needs '. more r >'»m. .Th« cr"»<lii!jt is no dense that in the clasa where 100 girls can be accom modated tli.re ire 150 Bp^imntt, and more coming. AodottMr cottegea that mnke * ipr-cialty of training the frnrmlc mind arc •1«« prwpm'tiic.' The Girl io Illlliml to necure an education. She hat dUcoverod that while her lot in life...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 February 1904

PAYMASTER OF U. S. S. OREGON IS ARRESTED BY UNCLE SAM JIANTLA, Feb. 24.—Paymaster Biseos,, $2,600 short in hig accounts. He has been of the battleship Oregon is alleged to be J ordered under arrest by the government. STATE POINTERS Highwaymen near Everett yesterday held tip and robbed Rev. David Swaekhaiiimer, a colored evangelist. They took liis watch and $6. Mrs. Mary J. Milroy. widow of the late General Robert Milroy, died at her home in Olympia yesterday. Mrs. Milroy lacked but two months of being 80 years of age, having been born April 23. 1824, at Alex andria. Pa. She was married to (Jeneral Milroy at Delphi, Ind., and resided there until after the Civil war. I In 15 minutes yesterday the students of Whitman college, Walla Walla, subscribed $1,500, toward the fund t» erect a gym nasium at the college. Members of the. faculty have pledged over $1,200, which leave* $12,000 to be raised by citizens of Walla Walla and other Eastern Washing ton towns. Governor Mcßride has named the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 February 1904

4_ ALARMING NEWS AS TO THE CONDITION OF KAISER WILLIAM T.O\*YH»J. Vebi/.al.—The'; Manche»t«r| ."Dcjpattfa '$ Ays •il 1* lr»J-iipd rrom J.igh authority' that a matignant growth in the kam«,r'# throat is raus« for grave appre , hensionifend'thatf'the worst nfw« may be SITTING BULLS NEPHEW IS A RAILWAY COPPER Ss-wJ^I HI'S, 0., Feb. 24. Among the *|ie»Viir'ip*» in the police department of the ; Hocking* Valley railwaj in a nephew of p| Sitting Bull, the mosi famou« of Indian dupfa wWbave'figured in blood) encount ' er»s itb the I'n.ii-d State* regulars «nd '.whtweUribe of: Su,ux i( was iliat pcr|>e r trfttcd JheCo*»ler massacre., . 11. guhrdinn 3*.'of; pr*6e i* named hitehawk, is the *on of a full iirter of tting Hull and step».>n ' *«>f. Chief; Whitehawk, who participated in ■•'; ihe CaatM ! massacre. •;: »\\ hilehiiwk, the conservator of peace, ex- : ~ peots*; to: go .to the St. i Louia expedition 1 ne»t ' summer >to do detective duty. He "•baa already been engaged for tha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 February 1904

ONE CENT VOL. 1. No. 68 CHINA HAS ANNOUNCED TTf \T SltK Wit JAPS MAKE ANOTHER DASH AT THE RUSSIANS AT PORT ARTHUR AND THEN STEAM AWAY AGAIN ST PETERSBURG, Feb., 25 -(BULLETIN.)-Not de terred, by the apparent failure of their attempt on Tues day to blockade Port Arthur, the Japanese ships again at tacked the Russians, between one and three o'clock this morning. They were repulsed at every point, according to advices telegraphed by General Pflug. The dispatch, making this announcement, states that details of the en gagement will be forwarded later, Damage unknown. PARIS, Feb., 25—A dispatch, from St. Petersburg, states that fresh fighting is going on between Admiral Togo's fleet and the Russian forces and battleships, and that the engagement was very spirited. LONDON, Feb. 25.—The latest reports from Port Arthur indicate that the Rus sians did not, after all, score such a great naval victory over the Japs last Tuesday night. It is now stated that small Japanese steamers towing barges ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 February 1904

*2 ___ THE TACOAIA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by Tho Tacoma Times Pub. Co. ... ■.':,.. Entered at the pottoffiea at Taeom a. Waah., aa aecond class matter. USES THE SCRirrS-M'RAE TELEORAI'HIC NEWS SERVICB. OFFTCE, 7« COMMERCE street...... ....:..;..r....'.TELEt >iidNE ilain 733. One Cent a Ont>y, Six CenU a „rrffaaSSsistoi i U Cent * Month ' *3 * Year ' • Week, by Carrier or by Mail. c^jg%gg iP by Carrier or by Mail. COBBLESTONES AND GLORY r The whole oiTitited work! yeoterday w»» electrified by cablegrams that raced round and round the world, announcing a peat Russian naval victory at Port Arthur. • The rtiM*i*n« «houted for Joyskl and thrre was a great howliskL And today! Ala«, the oablci liumbiy report tlmt the Russian triumph consisted V In sinkingV number of Japsne»c barges, loaded with stono, just about where the ,«': Japs wanted them Mink at the mouth of Port Aithur'u harbor. Yesterday it wa» said that the Ruaaian battleship FUtvizan, just rcpiired, bad covered h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 February 1904

TOURIST HOTEL SITE FAVORED FOR NEW HIGH SCHOOL BOIIDING.ggsSfSs sides lunch and gymnasium rooms. The building would be of stone and would be fireproof. Yesterday afternoon, at an open meet ing of the school board, the question of a new high school building was discussed. After several hours of animated talk, on motion of Director Plass, Secretary Whit ty drew up the following resolution, which Will be submitted to a vote of the people at a special election in April: "First. That the bonrd be empowered to issue $150,000 in bonds for the building of a high school. "Second. Shall the board build the high ■chool on the present site? "Third. Shall the board build the high Bchool on the Tourist hotel site? "Fourth. That the board be given au thority to nell the Tourist hotel property and the present high school site." Superintendent Warner gave an inter esting address, in which the inadequate condition of the present high school for thorough work was explained. At present there are 20 tea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 February 1904

4 THE VARIOUS JAPANESE INDUSTRIES ■•■TOKIO, rVb. 25.—The oeeupa ,lion of the m**t of Japanese it agrioutturc. Ilfc*ucc of th*> volcanic nature s.n<l moun tainous condition tof ." the ■ country, larga tracts arc imt \ tillable. ■ In general, the •oil i«not very fertile. .It caxbe made *o artificially. „ Then- arc tracts of arable land • m Y«M and' Formosa that could [be Btade to return imincntc crops if Wentero Methods were; applied. If the crop* tail, suffering ) cn*u<M>. The : profperitj; of the land depend* upon the crops. ' The Japanese farms would be called ear dens in 'the United States. ' Like Japan, Ibey : may : well be called ve«t-i>ocket 'edi- tion*. The Jn|>aj»M farmer kMoib hires labor.: Hi* family cultivates the land, and in addition helps prodnee ailk, indigo and tobacco. ..'Landed proprietors are scarce. A furrner U an itisignifieant person.' The owner of a farm o! five "< ho," equal to 12 •ere*/" realises from. 100 to 120- "yen," *qu»l to $50 or W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 February 1904

ONE CENT 701,. 1. No. 69 FLAMES SWEEP AWAY LARGE PART Ur nUurlLu IFI v DUO lildu v Dm v Involving Loss of Many Millions of Dollars Worth of Property-Other Cities Promptly Send Assistance and Help Quell the Flames KOCHRSTKR, N. V., Feb. 26.-A disas trous conflagration broke out here at 5 o'clock this morning, which threatens to I consume the entire business portion of the city. The flames are driven onward by a high wind. The fire broke out in the very heart of the dry goods district. It started in the central elevator shaft of the Rochester Dry Goods company's store on Main street. Ten minutes after the alarm was sound . Ed the six-story building was a maßs of flames. , In loss than half an hour the reur wall fell and the flames spread into the seven story fireproof building of Sibley, C'arr & Co. At 7 a. m. the fire chief said he was powerless to stop the flames, which by that time were encroaching on the wholesale district. Buffalo and Syracuse were appealed to for aid and spe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 February 1904

2 THE TACOMA TIMES t , . ■ —*—■—■— ' • Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. .*",■•■ 'Entered at tW postoffic* at Taeom a. W»*h., m second-class matter. : USES THI SCRIPrS-MTIAE TELEQUAPHIO NEWS SERVICE. OKFICE, 768 COMMERCE STRKET ...... TKLEI'IKiNK MAIN 733. '.;" One Cent a' Copy,; Six jCenta** . ef^^^^Hs^ ' ■ X Cent* a M nth, |T» a Year, * We*k, Carrier or by Hail. c*£§2siif>*^ * by Carrier 01 by Mail. f(HJRJH Iff KING'CLASSES • Sir John Lubbock iatd \\r wa« dispoaed to think tlmt the reaHern of the ne.vt g-ii eYation will not be the lawyers and doctor*, shopkeeper* and nianuiM tnrers, bat the - lalKirvr* amd mechanics. * ' l>.xi» not that seem natural?" nays the eminent Engliahman. *"The former,work mainly with their head; when thiir daily duties ire over the A rain in often whaunted, and of their leisure time miu.h musl be i! ittd to air and " exercise/ \ The laborer and mechanic, on the contrary, b'-si-lex worlcing" ufti i fur "iucli shMiter hours, har...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 February 1904

THE SWEDISH CONFERENCE WILL HOLD SOCIAL SESSION TONIGHT The Columbia conference of the Swedisn i Lutheran church, now holding its annual meeting in this city, transacted i large amount of routine business this morning. Questions of importance relating to the mission Iji'ld of the conference and to the l proper instruction of the children in Chrta tian trin )is were also dtacttMed. Much in terest attaches to the possible action of the conference on Ibe aclMo] question. A denominational college ha* been one of the plans of the conference for some time, and, if started, it will quite likely be locat ed in Tacoma. Nothing was said about it today, but tomorrow it may come up for discussion. This afternoon at 2:M o'clock the devotional program of yesterday after noon was qptktinued. Short addresses liy the pastors and others were listened to ■with marked interest. This evening the members of the con ference will attend a young people's ser vice, ending with a social hour. Kxcnwes will beg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 February 1904

4 IN DISGRACE BECAUSE OF A PAIR OF PRETTY BROWN EYES . .•••«■*-: r.>. -h' ■■■'■; ,; ■; V KKW^TORI^-- Febt'iM.-Sherman Milex, son oi tr«f J^cUon A.. Mil<» has for ffitwi'Uis.rtnk and is in disgrace at Wet Point.*'^ And ;^all * because xof ; ra pair of M The -tor* hai> j)i-<t oeen niH.le public, al thoiirfi th<>'-incidrnt'dates back to last Xo- CAWET BHERMAN MII.KS. r ■ »^niber, when the armj and navy met on ' the* football gridiron, ('ommnnilant Mills ■"•"if. the militan academy ordered the <a det* to reuMin at corps heudquartcru while in Philadelphia. Vow, Cadet Miles, with the coveted gold chevron., of a *ergeant On his «nu, had a»kcd the miss with the brown eyes, to dine with him before the ||g»me. He ie-olvrd ;to - cancel the engaf* ■MBt, but when she met him nl the sta tion her lii>l fforilt. wer.': V "Mr, ■-^—"',' iiiiinnnc out of (he cadets) f'-'haii, broken his engagement with I .aura. He mn he will be kept m quartan, I think if* juntan exeuJie." And t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 February 1904

ONE CENT 7OL. 1. No. 60 A BELL WILL BE TACOMA'S GIFT TO THE NEW CRUISER, TACOMA Referring to what might bo the possible lift to the I'nited Stall's cruise* Tacoraa, Fudge Uanis said this morning: "In ny opinion the present will be a bell, cost ing possibly .$2,500. but perhaps more. The balance will be used in purehasinp a srt if colors for the vi >scl. or whatever the tommittce deenu appropriate, and in en tertaining the officers and crew upon their risk here. Wo will purchase the bell ju>t is soon as we can get the catalogue, which is now on the way, so that we can see vhat we want. "If it is possible, we will make the prcs mtation of the gift before the cruiser goes SWEDISH DELEGATES WERE ENTERTAINED LAST NIGHT The young people of the Swedish Luther an church of this city held a musical and locial meeting last night in honor of the visiting members of the conference. The meeting was a complete success, the spa cious auditorium being nearly filled. Those participating in the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 February 1904

_2 THE TACOMA TIMES I Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at tfca poartoffio* »t Tacora a, Waah., a* a«cond-claa« matter. USSB THE BCRIPPB-MTUB TKLEORAPHIC NEWS gKRVICK. OmC«, TfS OOMIIKBCB BTRKKT TELEPHONE MAIN 733. thie Cent a Copy, Six Onta a '^gf^^y. 28 Centa a Month, $3 a "Year, • Week, by Carrier or by Mail. ■ "'^^JS^ by Carrier cr by Mail THE HAPPIEST HOME IN TOWN , '-' It in a cosy home, all in active use. A* the mortgage which originally covered it : grow* lew the porches (trow larfrer. It was built for tw.i and is now occupied by four: * '."■ There's Him»etf and Herself and The Girl and The Hoy—"us four and no more." „ . HinuWf is a man, every inch. lie is hearty, independent, energetic and steady as | ■ clock. He ha» got his big feet firmly planted on the lower round of the success ladder and 'is climbing slowly, surely, carefully. . He loves Herself and no other. The fioy'and The Girl are healthy youngsters. The Boy wl<i»tlca and The Girl ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 February 1904

LOSSES BY THE ROCHESTER FIRE ROCHESTER, JT. V., Feb. 27.-The fosses by yesterday's great fire foot up to over three millions of dollars. The Sibley, Lindsay 4 Curr company's retail store, the largest in Rochester, was destroyed, loss $600,000; also the same company's wholesale store, loss $1,250,000. Other heavy losers were: Granite office building $300,000; marble building, $75, --000; Comwell building, $60,000; -Kirley building, $35,000; tenants of Granite build ing, $200,000; Beadle & Sherburne com pany, $350,000; Rochester Dry Goods com pany, $150,000; smaller losses, $80,000. FOX TERRIER MAKES A LONG VOYAGE From the Philippines to Texas is the Journey a little fox terrier dog is making. The diminutive canine came over on the Lyra and was at the quartermaster's dock yesterday. On the voyage over an accident befell him. In chasing sticks which were being thrown around the deck for him, one went into an open hatch and the dog jumped after it. He fell about 30 feet and a broken...

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