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

J^ HARBIN TO BE THE MOSCOW OF ASIA UPPER PICTURE-BUSINESS HOUSES, RIVER TOWN. HARBIN. LOWER PICTURE—LUNGAN RIVER, HARBIN. One of , the greatest achievements in the population. The Chinese population city construction the world has ever wit- ■> about 40,000. _. _ , . . . r..< , • , „ Harbin in the headquarter* of the civil .aewed M go.ng Mm the heart of Man courtg> t i, e chief mi litary post, and the clmria. - mam center of control of the army of . . In* the building of tuch cities as Vladi- railway guards. The administration of the Tostok, Dalny and Port Arthur, Russia city, therefore, consists of all the public fcafi'dcnxmnlrated her power and purpose in and, private buildings and shops necessary line with the world's conception of her for these departments. Residences for the character; but In the eonatrnetion of the employes cover the largest area of this city of Harbin she ik displaying a different division of thin marvelous city, type of activity from what we are pron...

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. — 5 March 1904

PINE CENT VOL. 1. No. 65 MORMON PRESIDENT, SMITH, GIVES FIGURES SHOWING THE DECLINE OF POLYGAMY IN 0. S. WASHINGTON, D. C, March s.—Presi-j moval of 750 from the republic to other dent Smith of the Mormon church resumed the stand this morning in the Smoot case. He was examined by Attorney Worthing ton, counsel for the defense. Vhen asked as to the number of polyga mitiri in the Mormon church, Smith said that by a careful census in 1800 there were 2,451 polygamous families in the United States belonging to the Mormon church. In October, 1899, the number was reduced to 1,543 by deaths and by the re WOMAN CAPTURES THREE BURGLARS CLEVELAND, 0., March s.—The record for capturing criminals was broken last night when Mrs. Fannie l-tlarkhiim, a wid ow, with no other weapon than a hickory club, int t an end to the operations of three btlrtflar*. Mrs. Hlackliurn was awak ened by the burglars, who were forcing an entrance into her house through the cellar. Instead of running out of the house a...

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. — 5 March 1904

2 THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at the po«tofSee at Tacema, Wash., as second-class matter. USES THE SCRIPPS-MTIAK TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET ....TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cent* a <*I;v**.- - 36 Cent, a Month, $3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. by Carrier or by Mail. THE TIMES DISPLEASES OISE CITIZEN One of the reader* of The Tacoma Times hag ordered the paper itopped to his eddress. lie lias a grievance. The Times haw been giving the people of Tacoma the news concerning things which Mayor Campbell in doing and Baying, in his campaign to secure a renominatinn for the office which he now holds. This reader is an advocate of gag law. He want* to see the man who is at the head of the municipal government completely ignored by the public press. He wants the daily paper*, all of them, to suppress the speeches the mayor i" Baking in ward meetings about town. He wants no notice taken.of the...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 March 1904

REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION MEETS IN TACOMA MAY II Ellis Morrison, chairman of the Repub lian -tatc central committee, yesterday issued the formal call for the state con vention, which will meet in Tacoma May 11. Mr. Morrison secured from the secretary of stale a copy of the official returns upon which the apportionment is based. This makes a few important changes in the estimates originally pre pared. King county has a delegation of 115, and Pierce county 58. Spokane will have 49 delegates in the convention. Sno honiish has 40 and Whatcom 35 delegates. The official call reads as follows: "A Republican convention for the plate of Washington is hereby called to mcot in the city of Tacoma on Wednesday, May 11, 19U4. at tho hour of 10 o'clock a m., for the purpose of electing ten delegates and ten alternate delegates to a I lend the national Republican convention to be held in the city of Chicago on June 21, 1904. and the nomination of live candidates for presidential electors to be vo...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 March 1904

4 RUSSIAN NORTH POLE EXPEDITION RETURNS, HAVING LOST COMMANDER rnrKKHOI.M. March 5.-The Russian |K>lar expedition which vailed in 1901 in the yacht Zarie has arrived here. Raron ADMIRAL TOGO WAS EDUCATED IN ENGLAND Admiral Togo, commander-in-chief of Ja pan* magnificent fleet daring . the attack upon the Russian squadron in 'the harbor of Port Arthur, received the greater part of - hi* r education ■at the naval college, I Qreaawieh, England.".' During the war with China he commanded the Naniwa and dis tinguished • himself. '■'' His name became kaMi over the sinking of the Kow*.Mng «n act which practically started the war. When jiMfi! «a» declared he was raised to the rank of rear admiral and promoted to third in command of the Japanese navy. He* is about 50, typically Japanese, silent, reserved and recolutc. lie has been called the "Nelson of Japan" by English admir ers who'desired to pay him the big-heat compliment. „ The Naniwa which he commanded dur ing the war .of 1895, is" t...

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. — 6 March 1904

One Cent VOL. 1. No. 66 LITEST NEWS FROM THE SEAT OF THE WAR IN THE OR Tou do not Understand Japanese? No! Well, the Facts Follow in Plain English Just Below The above is a fac-simile reproduction of a Japanese war extra. The characters at the top, above the cutoff rule, represent the name of the paper, the-"YomuiriShim bun," the two rtinall characters at the ex treme right being the Japanese equivalent of tho word "EXTRA." Below the cutoff rule at the left, just uudsrneath the six VLADIVOSTOK, March 7.—This city was bombarded yesterday by five Japanese battleships and two cruiser*'. They' threw 200 lyddite shells, motrt of which failed to explode. Then the squadron withdrew. There were a few casualties among the Russians, but not much damage to prop erty. VLADIVOSTOK, March 7.—The result of the bombardment here yesterday was not serious. One woman was killed and a few men wounded. A small wooden cot tage was destroyed by a shell. Another shell exploded in the naval barracks, in jur...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 March 1904

2 *■* THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. 00. Entered at the postoffice «t Tacoma \V*in., as lecond-class matter. ; 'USES THE BCRIPPS MRAK TKLKORAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 788 COMMKRCIS STREET.?...". .*.;.............TELEPH0NE MAIN 733. One (Vi,< V Copy; Pi* Cents a ;:- ■ "^jfSfjSlffifefrj V 25 CenU ».Month, $3 a Tear, Week,'by.Carrier or by M»il. ';v^?s>g|g^ ' by Carrier or by Mail. "I most humbly inform your majesty," i* the way Alexicff begin* hi* dispatches to ", the .czar.,*: '■■'',[: . '.; ._■ ': Tin" is nothinf like being humble in Russia just now. It is the proper caper, _, Mr Citizen, keep « sharp eye on the Tacoma Railway ft Power company during these day*. Nine couwcilmcn are to lie elected." An opposition street railway company i* aoeking entrance into the city. * •. ' It will be a safe thing to do to turn down any candidates for the council who are backed by the Taconu Railway is, Power company. The deadly work of the contractor,...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 March 1904

BIG STIR IN REPUBLICAN CIRCLES CAUSED BY DR. RADER'S ANTI-CAMPBELL SERMON Oelegation of Church Members Calls on the Mayor and Secures a Denial of the Report that He Is Attorney for Local Brewery Interests—Dr. Rader Then Corrects His Pulpit Statement and Writes a Letter to the Tacoma Times for Publication Si » foments made by Dr. D. L. Rader in his sermon yesterday morning to the ef fect that Mayor L. D. Campbell was at torney for the Pacific Brewing & Malting company created a furor the like of which has never been equaled in Tacoma church circles. At the conclusion of the sermon, some of Mayor Campbell's friends in the congregation took Dr. Rader to task for the assertion and claimed that it was not 10. Dr, Rader said that he had been in formed that such was the case, and a de nial from Mr. Campbell himself would be necessary to make him believe otherwise. "if Mr. Campbell will tell me that he is not the attorney for the Pacific Brewing & Mailing company, I'll help elect hi...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 March 1904

4 THE RELATIONS OF COUNCILMAN HAMMOND AND PETE SANDBERG One Topic Discussed by Rev. A. H. Barnhlsel at the First Presbyterian Church Last Evening "Christian Clttiw in ■ World of Oraft" Was the theme M a stirring wfmon by Rev. A. H. i»«riihi»fl of ii,- I'-i Presbyterian ' church last evening. .This.wa« th« third •eitnon of a «eri«of .four on. the Chris tie- Rev. BkmUaal preached in a fear 'lens manner. .* lit- 'snolte* of the .municipal ? campaign that" at present i», being wa(?e«l ' in this city. 4nd hr denounced those poli '.;. ticiana -'whofare iin favor 'of an "open , town.",';; % :■■. '.:■■ .'■■'„. Among other; thing*,'the.speaker said: "It neeiTiK ijm«-r th.it when men are given captaincies in times of peace they will use their power "i for their own personal a(j grandixeiDent. Instead of tbia, they xhonli] "exert their influence in *ervire for their fellow.men.: There are men who, in time of war,' -will go out and blood for their country, but iii time of peace they bleed their...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 8 March 1904

One Cent VOL. 1. No. 67 JAPANESE FLYING SQUADRON LYING IN WAIT FOR TIE RUSSIANS' VLADIVOSTOK CAINSERSi These ships were recently detached from the fleet under Admiral Togo, for the purpose of hunting down the Russian ships that escaped from Vladivostok and threat *ned Hakodate. Ten torpedo boats accompany the squadron, which is working under a roving commission, and i» now lying off Vladivostok, waiting for the Russian •hips to return. London, March B.—The Japanese legation here, claims to have definite informal on, to the effect, that the Japanese flying squadron has succeeded in cutting off the Russian cruiser squadron from Vladivostok harbor, from which it ventured a few days ago. It will be necessary, now, for the Russian ships to run the gauntlet of the superior Japanese warships, which are lying in waiting off the entrance of the harbor. ST. PETERSBURG. March B.—An offi cial who was interviewed concerning the re|K>rt that Russia wished for mediation said the project was pre...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 8 March 1904

2 THE TACOMA TIMES _ _ Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at tk« pottoffica at Tacoma. Wash., as tecond-clasa matter. USES THE SCIUPPS-iniAK TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE,"76B COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Sis Cents a t*fsi&stesstz M Centa a Month, *3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. *lsis§S^ by Carrier or by Mail. MARRIAGE NO CRIME Mm/Kate Murphy, because of her marriage, wag dropped from the rolls a* a leacbcr in Brooklyn. Certain that such «n injustice could not be sustained, she took the matter into court, and the final deciwon is in effect that the board has no right to remove a teacher without due ohm and trial. School'boards throughout the country have promiscuously and somewhat pre : sumptuously decreed that women "teacher* shall not marry. Domesticity in supposed to detract from one's interest in children. I The re never, 'us been any expert confirmation of this theory, and it Is fortunate that the matter has b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 8 March 1904

REPUBLICAN CAUCUS NOMINATIONS TO BE VOTED ON AT THE PRIMARIES FIRST WARD. • First precinct—F. M. Harshberger, S. H. Burk, L. M. Holden, B. A. Lynn, M. L. Clifford, J. Mecham, R. Raber, E. S. Ben nett, C. D. Rose, F. M. Ross, W. D. Dodd, M. Hangen, Ralph Duff, Martin Rork, 0. H. Swanson, J. J. Bradfield, H. G. Bar tow, C. W. Raisch, W. L. Meyers, E. Gregory; judges, J. R. Anderson and F. D Barto; clerk, VV. D. Crowell. Second precinct—Peter David, W. L. MeKinzie, Thomas Tully, Ed lioag, Tony Christianb-on, Charles A. Anderson, Will iam H. Burner, Alexander Sinclair, Dom inick Constant!, Charles E. Bullock, John Swanson, Julius Hanson, Gust Nelson, Sol Zelinsky, Fred Mezerall, A. J. Hay ward, R. W. Uhlraan, Dugal McDonald, T. G. Bishop, Gust Hufersen, William Ryan, A. Hungerford, N. H. Rodseide, Peter Peterson. J. Righter, S. Svenson, Gust Ledrein, A. F. Eastman, C. W. Cook, W. 11. Harris, H. G. Hood, F. S. Babcock, John B. Reed, J. M. Ashton, John K. Ilendricks, Thomaa Watson, A. Gui...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 8 March 1904

4 BOTH CAMPBELL AND FAWCETT SUPPORTERS CLAIM A VICTORY * That an «niKiial amount of interest k being taken in the coming city election Vus : shown Iby the lurjre Attendance nt the ' Kcpnblicau precinct caucuses lMt i night. ■ The actirc aupportera of both 'Campbell a.nd Faweett were out in nnm bera that MIMll) taxed the ■ capacity of i the ? placea deoi|(nitt>ed ' (or holding the CMuriikf*. There were no open contests or .'outbreak* of any kind, but In every i miuii* there wa» evidence on both side* ol the strife that ia now in piuglCH, Each mdt '■ MM watchful of the other and on the lookout to prevent anything that •would"'give one an advantage over the other,' '.: 1 When the work was Hone, the clerks and f Judges,selected and the nominations made ! for delegate* 'to the city convention, each "aide;.was" jubilant and each claimed to have the battle'w>n." " The'claim of tin' Ka.wceti mm ii bnsed On the furl "that they won the head of 'the ticket in ho many precinct*. In some o...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 March 1904

One Cent VOL. 1. No. 69 JAPS RESUME HOSTILITIES Fleet Begins Bombarding Port Arthur, But Is Once More Driven A way by a Fierce Gale PORT ARTHUR, March 10.—The Jap anese fleet reappeared about midnight and bombarded the city intermittently until 8 a. m., when it withdrew. LONDON March 10.—The Central News has a dispatch from Port Arthur stating that the Japanese prepared to bombard that port last night, but owing to a heavy ■torn) they were compelled to desist at 11 o'clock. The signal station sent messages to the fort that the Japanese squadron had appeared on the horizon. Fifty minutes later the shore batteries opened fire. A gale sprang up at that moment and the attacking Sect withdrew, after tiring a number of shuts. TOKIO, March W.—Admiral Kammura •einls the following report of the Japanese attack on Vladivostok last Sunday: "The attack on Vladivostok on March 8 began at 1:511 o'clock in Ihe afternoon and lasted lor 40 minutes. I believe the bombardment was effective and that it...

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. — 10 March 1904

2 THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. --; Entered at the port-office at Tacoma, Wash., as second-class matter. USES THE SCRIPPS-XrilAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 7<» COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 710. One Cent a Copy, Six Cent a a nf^SS^n CenU a Month, $3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. 0 by Carrier or by Mail. The "good citizen" who stays at home when his party is selecting its convention delegates at primaries is not entitled to any kick if things go wrong cuhtciucntly. Judging from report* concerning the attitude of Judge Ballingor, the new mayor 11/t Seattle, that city will not henceforth be "wide open," M it ha* been under Humes. IWDinger happen* to be ,i great stickler for law*, having compiled a whole bookful of them under the name of Ballinger's Code. He in said to be anxious now to see how they will operate in Seattle after a long period of innocuous desuetude. »J ]If Ballingcr runs all of the mire thing men and the hold...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 March 1904

MAYOR CAMPBELL'S STATEMENTS IN REGARD TO CITY'S CONDITION Meeting at Parker Hall Under Auspices of Scandinavian Republican Club and Social Reform Society Largely Attended Last Night ■ When Mayor L. D. Campbell stepped to the front of the platform at Parker hall last evening he waa greeted by such a burst of applause from the several hun dred voters present that it was quite a few minutes before he could be heard. When he did get a chance to speak there followed concise statements that apparent ly met the approval of his auditors, for the spenker wm constantly interrupted by vig orous hand-clapping and shouts of 'That* right!" "Good!" "You bet that's so!" With reference to the campaign Mr. Campbell s«id that what made it necemry for him to come before the people as he did was the fact that two of the city papers had purposely kept from the people the facts in regard to conditions at the city hiill. They had endeavored to make the people believe that the city was run ning behind finan...

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

4 BUSINESS WAS VERY BRISK AT COUNCIL MEETING LAST NIGHT T>usinc*s was rushed through the meet ing of ; the council last night in a rapid manner. A number of th«« eoundlmen •were anxious for the meeting to adjourn in order that they might hear the mayor's speech before the Scandinavian club, ami there was no delay in proceeding*. The street car franchise did not make an appearance, but when it d'*'s a lively time is anticipated; An ordinance :i by Conrad, relative to bicycling, ' was pawed up it* third read ing. This ordinance provide* for the tax ing of all bicycle* at the rate of M cent* a yeAr, and regulate* the use of the bicycle path*. ,;.■'.«' %-t. . ■'■'■': An ordinance by rVHingham. confirming ; the assessment levied on property owner* ■ in local improvement district No. 123, for ' the 'cost of constructing sewers in this ' district, mm adopted. A communication wu received from the I commm«ioner of public, work* submitting \ plans ■ and ' specification*'. of ",- the new ci...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 March 1904

One Cent VOL. 1. No. 70 FIERCE BA TTLE OF TORPEDO BOA fS Russians Attack Japanese and Each Side Loses Vessel and Crew LONDON, Uaicb 11.—A Chefoo dis patch reports the progress of another naval battle at Port Arthur today. Russian destroyers and torpedo boats ■made a sortie from the harbor and at tacked the Japanese fleet. A terrific en counter followed, in which it is reported that one Russian destroyer and a Japan ese torpedo boat sank with all on board. A Tientsin dispatch says that Chinese refugees have arrived and report that they CAMPBELL WINS BIG VICTORY IN PRIMARIES The fierce struggle over the mayoralty nomination " terminated - last ' night in a •weeping victory.for Louis Campbell. Of the 345 .delegates to the city conven tion, 215 will "go there to cast their voles in favor of a third term for Mayor Camp bell. The remainder of the'-345 delegates, 181, are Fawcett men. ■ . , .'; This gives' Mr. Campbell a majority of 83. On account of tie vote in two of the precincts and th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 March 1904

t THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at the poatoffieg at Taeoma, Wash., an second-class matter. , USES THE SCRIPPSM'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS BERVTCE. OFFICE, 788 COMMERCE STREET „ TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy. Six Cent* a <j£32Stafe«-% " CenU * Monlh. *3 • Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. '''r.::"J*'" by Carrier of by Mail. »•' -■—— RESULT OF YESTERDAY'S PRIMARIES Taeoma KepinMirnn* voted yesterday, hy a decisive majority, in favor of ooMittateg Jfayor Lonig I). CainplK'H in office. 'The issue between the Campbell and Fawcctt faction* wu clean cut and sharp. The citizens who cast their ballots for Campbell delegate* to the city convention did M with the outspoken ■!. -.ire to continue in force the policies of the present administration, including that of a "closed town." , The supporters of I'awcetl, on the other hand, stood for an "open town," with a restoration of the old system of fining fallen women for the purposes of muni...

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

DELEGATES ELECTED TO THE REPUBLICAN CITY CONVENTION FIRST WARD. First precinct—F. M. Harshberger, S. 11. lSurke L. M. Golden. K. A. Lynn, M. L. Clifford, J. G. .Mac ham, Robert F. Rahvr, K. S. Rennet t. C. I). Ross, E. Greg cry. Second precinct—W. L. McKenzie, Fred Mexerall, U. W. Uhlman. T. G. Bfohop, W. H. Harris, H. (i. Mood, .Tames S. Reed. John B. Reed. Fred Btbcock, Perry L*ah, Andrew Guish, James Oldfield, (.'. J. Our, Harry Dickman. Third precinct— C, W. Hillings, Ralph Metcalf, John T. Redman, L. C, Dennis Walter M. Harvey. R. 1). McDonald, 11. K. Knatvold. C. B. Hurley, C, L. Stcbbins, E. C. Hill, H. Lawshe, F. .1. Stewart. Fourth precinct—Dwight Phelps, W. A. Pomerojr. J. B. Clift, John Donahue, George W. Race, Frank Andei-xon. F. J. Shields, S. R. Balkwill, R. 11. Harrison, George W. Fowler. SF.COND WARD. First precinct—W. ,E. Turrell, G. H. Boardman, E. I. Salmson, Jasper Howe, G. W. Billiard, L. F. Gault, B. K. Rosling, L. U. Satterlee. C. W. Morrill, E. N. Mur ray, R....

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