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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 February 1904

4 CAPITOL BUILDING OF WISCONSIN IS DESTROYED BY FIRE TODAY • MADISON, WTS, Feb. 27. Fire started at 3 o'clock thh morninf from crouaed electric wm> partially gutting Wiscon •in'a beautiful capitol building. Loaa (MDI.UMI. lnußJance only^e.OOO. The fire,wß« not discovered until it waa underi great i«.iv. The local firemen ■were unable to cope with it and appealed tl , Milwaukee for Rid, but too late. The li,-,. will necessitate the building of a new .capitol; alao a special Reunion of the legislature and the probable renewal SHARKEY AND MONROE READY PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Feb. 27.—Tom Bharkcy and JackiMunroe are in excellent condition for their round contest, which is Hinted to.be pulled ofl at the Second 'Regiment; armory tonight. Both boxer* : finished. their training last night and are IWtfa| until called upon to eatei the ring .to, begin their battle. ■ The contest has been widely discussed during the last few ... weeks,' and a crowd will l>e on i.and to mm the ''" battle. In a...

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. — 29 February 1904

ONE CENT VOL. 1. No. 61 NEGROES HOLD UP A TRAIN IN ALABAMA AND KILL A POSTAL CLERK One of the Robbers Breaks His Leg While Escaping and is Caught by Bloodhounds BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Feb. 29.-An at tempt was made by a gang of negro des peradoes to rob the postal car of train No. 2 on the Alabama & Great Southern, near Meridian. I The hold-up occurred at 2 o'clock this morning. ,]. T. Stockton, a postal clerk, PARCHED STATE GETS DUCKING REDDING, Cal., Feb. 29.-The town of 'Ailin. is under water. The Pit river has. broken over its hanks. There is over a foot of *ater in the leading store of the town. When the news readied Redding tin- river was still rising, It is the highest ■water there that lias ever been known. STOCKTON. Ca., Feb. 29.—The east bank of the Sacramento river broke north of New Hope at 3 o'clock this morning. Sixty thousand acres. Of rice land north of the Mokelumne river were injured. The flood of waters carried away every levee and poured into the Mokelumne riv er, ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 February 1904

2 THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at tke poitofike at Tacom a. Waah., aa second ' matter. USES THE BCRIFPS-M'RAS TELEGRAPHIC NEWS BKRVICK. OFFICE, 769 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. T One Cent *T Copy, Six Centa a itiftSfc^, a 8 Cent* • Month, |3 a Year, jW«*k, by Carrier or by Mail.? '■■: ' £*t.*»' by Carrier or by Mail THE MA YORALTY CONTEST IN TACOMA The Taconts Time* is frequently asked for an editorial expression upon the may oralty content now in progress in thi« city. Incidantally, several enthusiastic friend* of Louis D. Campbell have accused The Times of taking a somewhat unfavorable view of the major. Here then i» a statement: The Time* will always be independent. It will endeavor to print all political newi j •rmeeraing all candidates for oflico, without regard to the effect that the n«W» m,i\ : have upon their fortune*. The only thing that will be sought is unfailing accuracy of statement.»«, >', Mayor Campbell ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 February 1904

STEAMSHIP QUEEN CATCHES FIRE OFF THE OREGON COAST Fourteen Persons Perish—The Ship and All of the Other Passengers and Remainder of the Crew Saved Through the Efforts of Captain Cousins PORT TOWNSEND, Feb. 29.— 6roke out on the steamer Queen at 4:20 fc. m. Saturday, while she waa off Tilla mook lighthouse. Before the flames were finally extinguished at 7 a. m. fourteen persons* had perished, four being burned to death, nine drowned, while one died from fright and exposure. The fatalities were as follows: PASSENGERS—FIRST CLASS. MISS ANISA MAUD STEINER, Cle- Elum Wash., drowned. MRS. E. ADAMS, Dawson, died of ex posure. 'PASSENGERS— CLASS. D. E. NEWBERRY, of Texas, drowned. H. BUCKLEY, residence unknown, drowned. STEWARD'S DEPARTMENT. 'A. RAYMOND, pantryman, suffocated. A. DONNELLY, pantryman, suffocated, M. SOMERS, pantryman, suffocated. HENRY DOUGLAS, pantryman, suffo /aled. .W. HEINEMAN, pantryman, drowned. MEMBERS OF CREW. A. NETLLSEN, San Francisco, drawned. J. NELSON. B. FREITA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 February 1904

4 HOMESEEKERS START TOMORROW FOR THE PUGET SOUND COUNTRY STlio arterial colon!«t ratca iroin Eastern •nd Miilillo k! »U'» bei-imc effective J4arch 1 slid will continue until M.i> 1. The first trains bearing n<» ' settlers to the 'We -t : w II ; leave, ihi» .. Astern terminals tomor row morn ing and by the end of the week tl,. "population ol the I'litict Sound coun try «ill be material!) increased. ■ 'Among the number who will come Went to s«ck new bontSß this'spring will be,, M() who will take.up their residence ', in Taootna..*. Sonu>. of. tlw«n ■ lmv« been in J enrre*pondeii< for several month* ■with frleh<V "llcre", and " alf * arfang* ment* for' their coming have b««a msd«. Kroin the report* reoeived «o for, it look* tlioiiiih MirhiitHii would contribute the ■ larfixt number of-new residents for this ' » tii mily. V *. • '.The ri'iMirtu made to the immigration bureau* of transcontinental lines indicate that there will l« . a ,big rush , into this territory during ...

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

ONE CENT VOL. 1. No. 62 JAPANESE FLAGS ENCIRCLE PORT ARTHUR AND THE MIKADO'S CANNON THUNDER DEFIANCE YIMAW. March I.—The terrific bom bardment of Port Arthur by the Japanese continues today. It is believed the Japanese will capture Port Arthur before the day is over. I The reply of the Russian guns is not so vigorous as during yesterday's bombard- Blent. | LONDON, March I.—Port Arthur was •gain bombarded yesterday, from 10 a. m. to 12 m., by 15 Japanese warships. The Russian cruisers Novik, Askold and Bnyan, with four torpedo boats, steamed out to meet the assailants, but were forced to retire. The Xovik is reported to have been badly damaged, while the Askold was in a sinking condition. The Retvizan was again damaged. EMDKN, Prussia, March 1. —News has Seen received here that the Japanese at nicked Port Arthur today, but were re pulsed with heavy losses. SOFIA, March I. —Prince Ferdinand is |voted as having intimated in a private SOCIAL REFORM CLUB ENDORSES CANDIDACY OF MAYOR CAMPB...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 March 1904

2 _ THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at the po§toffice at Taeom a. \Va«h., aa seeond<!ass matter. USES THE SCRIPPS-M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE; 7M COMMERCE STREET...... TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six CenU a g^flflb M Cent* a Month, |3 a Year, Week. 1 by Carrier or by Mail. C*ggggg!gi?> by Carrier or by Mail. Marshall Field, the Chicago merchant, is a philanthropist with good sen He hail offered to endow a professorship in Chicago university to instruct students low to employ their leisure time. io(te« aaanlor teorea of profe«*)r» to teach atadeMl how to study how to do their York in school, and not one professor to teach them the propi i sue ol their idle liour«. And it ia the idle hour» that count. Some one h.i« said, "Tell me how a man employ* his leisure and I will tell you his *^r*«™"iNKßßm ;'•... . ■ '■■■■■ ■ And that i« true. . A* k>ttg as man, woman or child in employed, no long as mind and body ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 March 1904

WHO SHOT JOHN BECKMAN? 'Andrew Syyninaa, the Russian Finn, held at the county jail on the charge of shooting John Beckman at the "tie camp" betvK'i'ii Carbonado and Wilkeson, has been released, us it was proven to ttio sat isfaction of the county attorney that the man «as not within a thousand yards of the place when the shooting occurred, and wilnrs.-es declared that he never had a pistol. Beckman, it was shown, was shot by •omeone from within the house, and not by anyone on the outside. There ii bad blood between the Finns at Carbonado and Wilkeson and the other nationalities found in those towns, and whenever trouble arises in which a Finn is involved one can be sure that his coun trymen will shield him if possible. It was reported to The Times that the controversy started over buying drinks for a woman inhabitant of the road house, in which it appeared that the woman made gome reply to one of the men that pro voked a slap from him, after which the row started. Luke Nightingale, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 March 1904

4 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE HEARS WATER SUPPLY PROPOSITION .+. rAt the meeting: of the Chamber of Com 5Mm last Evening a' couiinuuica tion vu Nad relative ■to the city's water■ nupply. Thin was sent by the Mount TacOOM Wa ter Supply company and wan similar to the one that the compiiny addressed to the city council Msveral ; week* ago. ■ ,1. W. llrowtie, »et'r« It(irj'"of the* company, spoke ponie length" before the ■ Chamber on the condition -of ia(*>iiin's ' water mrpply, -as ■wn» shown, by -Health Officer Bchug'» re ; cent '• rennrtJt'v39RE39HH|H^^H The Mount Tacoma Water Supply i on] jiany di^-iiVK to make arrHiigementH where-' by it onn • furniith the city with water from ' Mount Tiieom.i. , They' claim that thi* water is * chemically pure and that facthaa Xiftn demonstrated ninny time* by tcdtx." ■ : *- -'»'*>-:: *'—< '. ..... • Toe tniestion of pure water wax dig cu»i«c»f*by the Chamber, ami upon the re» iliu'^t ,if Mr. Ilrowne a committi coasist ing "ttt, Alex jTinling, Cu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 March 1904

ONE CENT VOL. 1. No. 62 RUSSIAN BLACK SEA FLEET Will BE AHAGKED IF IT AHEMPTS TO PASS THROUGH DARDANELLES CONSTANTINOPLE, Mar., 2.-The Sultan has resolved to forcibly prevent the Russian Black Sea fleet from pass ing the Dardanelles. The defenses in the straits have been strengthened, due to England's threat to make a dem onstration. THEY SHOUTED, THEY STAMPED ID THEIR EYES SHOT FORTH FIRE WASHINGTON, D. C., March 2.-In the house cloak rooms this morning Hep- resentatives Cochraoe and Hunt of Mis- souri nearly came to blows o\ cr a discus sion Di iln' gubernatorial candidacy of CSr> cuit Attorney Joseph Polk of St. Louis. Hunt is anti-Folk, and expressed con THE WORK OF THE COMMITTEES, Tlie various committee! of the city Council met yesterday afternoon and acted upon the usual mnnlier of petitions and communications. A communication was received from tin' commissioner <>i public workt announcing the expiration oi tb« time limit in local improvement district No. 97. Another ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 March 1904

2 THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at the po«toffie« at Tacom a, Wa«h., aa aecond-clau matter. USES THE BCRIPPS M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE BTRKET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. Dne Cent a Copy; i* Cent* a cf^rJlSSsfen 25 CenU a Month, $3 a Tear, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. . by Carrier or by Mail. PROSPERITY THAT IS REAL Prosperity is a condition hard to determine. The multitude of millionaires created in this country in the U»t five years tell one story; the army of wage earners, farmers, tradesmen and professional men, who have Been the cost of living increase enormously without any sufficient corresponding increase in income, tell another story. That there has been a marvelous increase in created wealth in the last five yean no one can dispute. Bui real prosperity consist* less in the creation of wealth than in the just distribution of it. In the house of . representative* the other day the Hon. John S. Williams, of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 March 1904

MAYOR CAMPBELL REPLIES TO BHARGES MADE AGAINST HIM Delivers a Speech to Second Ward Voters in Which He Scores His Enemies and Makes Some Statements Concerning His Administration Last night Mayor Campbell addressed a large assemblage of Second ward voters at Tyler"g hall on St. Helens avenue. Mr. Campbell did not waste much time over his introductory remarks, but pro ceeded at once to the business in hand. He recounted his efforts to secure cheaper and better lights for the city, and told of tin' opposition of members of the council and the Tacoma Railway & Power com pany. Coming down to the "investiga tion" ordered by the council in regard to the conduct of the mayor, commissioner of public works and city electrician, he said: "When I heard that an investigation had been ordered I Immediately called a meeting of the city council for the follow ing day, November 22. At that time two thirds of the councilman were against me. and I did not tell them the reason the special meeting w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 March 1904

4 ELECTRIC LIGHT PROPOSITION AND THE PUBLIC RECORD . When .the, present city administration, with Mayor Campbell at the head, took charge of-city, affaire four years ago the Taeoma '. Railway A Power, company, was •furnishing the client for the electric light .tfMrin and charging the city about *18 mill* ot I*s cent* per kilowatt hour. The ■frvire fumichej by the Tacotna Railway , -'A. Power company bad been and was at that time .very poor. • It wag no poor, in fact, thai many people were obliged to lake out electric lights and adopt other means of lighting. The mayor at once took up Am matter of scouring better service at a less exorbitant hem ' though violently op posed by a majority "of the city council for attempting to do so.' Toward the end of the year 1001 lie bad so • fur succeeded in Ins effort* to secure J cheaper,and,better lights that ia Noveui- I her the oommi*H"rier of pohlic work* had received hid« from four ['fmipaniea for sup ply ipg electric current. They were a* f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 March 1904

OWE CENT VOL. 1. No. 83 RIBS BECOMING DESPERATE AND MAY BLOW UP PT. ARTHUR U Mil rnllw nt JArANthL I%J uilß L II I IIUIII I B 3IL. Ulll fliHk.UlL ST. PETERSBURG, March 3.—(Via the' Frontier.)— There is no longer any pre tense on the part of the government to deny that the military authorities are in a state of confusion which holders upon panic and chaos. So far the Russian arms have not met with the slightest success, either in the matter of engaging the ene my or preparing for future movements. The complete annihilation of the navy has thrown the entire burden of transporta tion on the Transsiberian railroad, and it is a well known fact that this has proved lamentably inadequate. There is not sufficient rolling stock to accommodate any great number of troops, and the con- veying of men in ordinary freight cars has resulted in much disease and many deaths. The interruption of traffic at Lake Baikal is much more serious than has been admitted, and the fact remains that the transport...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 March 1904

2 THE TACOMA TIMES ___ P Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at the pwtoffic* »t Taeeraa Waah., a* seeond-cla«s matter. USES THE BCRIPPS TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 788 COVmEBCESTRKET...... ....TELEPHONE MAIN 733. -_j . ■ =- -■ - ■ " ™ ".' {has Cent a Copy, Fix Centa a «^^^fc»tv 25 Ci-nU a Month. $3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. ','^s§gS£^. by Carrier or by Mail. CAN NOT AFFORD TO FIGHT ■ "Somebody wants to know about the possibilities of a great European war. :Ko man can «>', alnolutcly, what will happen. The future of the nation* ol Europe it ii sealed book; bat it would seem that .i war which would Mad France* • B*rtnan.v. England and Austria at each other* throats is almoat an impossibility. They cannot afford to fight. Their national debts, thai ore enormous burdens, are tfie echo of }u»t war*. A country may Ik no filled with patriotism and enthusiasm that ' the very air quivers with it; but there anal be millions in real money to ca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 March 1904

MAYOR DEFINES HIS POSITION ON SIBLING AND THE SOCIAL EVIL Mayor Campbell, in hie speech to citizen* of the Seventh ward last night, defined his position on gambling and the social evil in language which left no doubt as to his future policy, if re-elected. He said: "I was approaclied recently by a mail well known in this community, and one of my old friends, who said: 'Camp bell if you just let up a little in you* zeal for keeping the slot machines out of town, and let the word be passed around, I will guarantee that you will be re-elected by the largest majority ever given to n mayor of Tueomn, a much larger majority than you received last time.' 'I said to my friend: 'No, I will not do it. If 1 must be re-elected by conniving at a violation of law, [ want to be defeated. So long as> 1 am mayor of this city NOT ONE SLOT MACHINE SHALL RUN, NOR SHALL THE CITY COLLECT ONE DOLLAB IN PINES FROM GAMBLERS FOR THK PURPOSE OF REVENUE " ■Kurther. 1 will My that the Repub lican party do. s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 March 1904

_ 4 $250,000 WILL BE NEEDED FOR NEW SCHOOL BUILDINGS . The M-houi board yesterday afternoon decided to"submit to tin- people of T« com* on April 23 a proposition to txin^ j the district for rWO.'Xiu. Of this amount, I $100,000 m for a new hijth school building. and $100,000 for improvements to the grade «<h<- . - "■*■'»..■ It fn first proposed to a*k for a bond taw .if 1150,000 for the high school alone, when Di Hurkh'art interposed 'an objec tion: and mi id ho ''.would emphatically op pose any ."project that f did not cany «■ appropriation «i at least' $50,<¥)0 for the grade ' schools. Olhcr member* of the board \vei« Induced to look at the matter ';' in "the mum light, and whrn the resolu tion was ready for ■ vote of the board it carried $WOjWIO for the high school and " f 1 OO.OfIQ for ■t he grade schools. After a ■ Jointhy dineussi'on of the project, the fol lowing'irefcotations-were passed: i "Whereas, The board of director* of Ta coma school district No. 10, of Pierce...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 4 March 1904

ONE CENT tTOIi. 1. No. 64 PRESIDENT SMITH DECLARES THAT DOCTRINE OF POLYGAMY IS TRACEAfiETO DIVINE COMMAND WASHINGTON, D. C, March 4.-.U Ihe opening of the Smoot hearing this •Joining, president Smith of the Mormon church wan questioned by Senator Hoar U to whether any woman had ecclesiastical luthority in the Mormon church. Smith replied that, while, as voters, women were jiven equal recognition with men, all priestly authority wa« denied them. PROFESSIONAL POLITICIANS CANNOT BECOME MEMBERS The committee on organization and reso lutions of the Young Men's Republican club met last night in the office of C. T. Peterson, Berlin building, and drafted a constitution and by-laws. These will be Missed upon by the club Saturday night. Out! of the prominent features incorporat ed in the constitution of the club ia that 10 professional politician in eligible to Mtnbershjp, STUCK VALLEY FARMERS ARE TIRED OF BEING DROWNED OUT A committee of farmers from the Stuck Talley country called upon the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 4 March 1904

2 THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Time* Pub. Co. Entered at tha poitofCce at Tacaata. Waak., a* «ecoad-elasa matter. USES THE Mmmni TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. _,— -»—.,.■........ ,',::'j;;:r=rrrj.— —: :—z—rj ■ 1 ... 1 .^—: — .. in.. , — .-njji: , :;u — z=zz OFFICE, TKCOIOTEECESTEKET...... TELEPHONE MA IX 733. <)»• Cent a Cow," Six. C«»t» • cf&r£Z*'~y » Ceats a Month, 13 a Yes*. Week, bt Carrier or by Ma:l. *^^^^*» by Carney er by Mail. The Taooma Times certainly ha« no «**"» to complain of the treatment accord ed to it by the panpie. Since the day of it* first appearance wh«-r>;>tion. hare bern coming; into the office in a «t*»dy »trca«n which *how» bo sign of diminution. Its ftaferttsißg pstrost&je i* er«w.n* in an eqnaDy satisiactary manner. The paper i* abcadjr c*t*b!i»fc«i. in the fullest neutiac of that word. Why should not the Tacoma Railway A Power company refund fares to it* patron* on ike e»l<k line when the cars (top e**h day f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 4 March 1904

WOULD OPERATE OX CARTS IN PLAGE OF THE CABLE CARS The strip of jnnk which the Tacoma Railway & Power company dignifies by the name of "cable'" has been making trou ble again. The cable ears lime stopped so many times thU week that people living on the hill are talking of forming a com pany to import a few ox teams and operate an ox-cart line up and down the hill for the transportation of passengers. That method, of transportation, they ar- BISHOP HARTZELL IS COMING HOME LONDON, March 4.—The Rt. Rev. Jo- seph C. Hartzell, missionary bishop of the Methodist Episcopal church to Africa, sailed from Liverpool for New York to day on the Celtic. Since he left America a year ago Bishop Hartze'l has made a tour of the African missions, extending over a period of nine months, during which he travejed about 30.000 miles. He re ports the missionary work in Africa to be making gratifying .progress. FIGHT ON CLEVELAND NEW YORK, March 4.—The open dec laration of Murphy, the leader of Tam many ...

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