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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 March 1904

• DESPERADO GEORGE COLLINS GETS A BRIEF RESPITE FROM THE ROPE ST. LOUIS, March 11.-Oovernor Dock-, >ry ha* respited George Collins, who was to harp been hanged today m the county jail yard at Union." The respite gives the desperado until March 28 to live. Collins, is MR of the Union bank rob ber* and' murderers. He was convict ed of , the killing of C. J. Schumacher ■ Pinkerton -.live, who was a member of the; posse that nought to rapture Col lins and hi* pal. William Rudolph, after! the during robbery of the Union bank. i Rudolph; ia yet to be tried for hi« part in the crime.- , To find anything like a parallel to the ! rawer of these two youthful de^peradoc* l ■■ it is" nccc*«nry to turn back the criminal records of Missouri to the days when the ! James bojra and the Younger brothers terrorised the state. .Though neither Col lins nor Rudolph .i* much over 21, a long series of" crime*, including highway rob bcrics and bank robberies, has been traced to them. Their most daring ex...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 March 1904

One Cent VOL. L No. 71 INVESTIGATION WEAVING STRONG WEB AROUND SENATOR SMOOT WASHINGTON, D. C, March 12.—Dr. Mary Walker was the first person to reach the senate cemmittee room this morning to hear the tes»im my in the Smoot case. Attorney Van Oott, for the defense, in (teaming the examination of \V. B. C'ritch low. asked whether he expected to receive pay tor his services in preparing the ease against Snicot. (Vitchlow made a negative reply. He did not believe it wag fair to M>y his opposition to the Mormon church had the slightest bitterness in it. He ad mitted that he knew of no general condi tions in Utah today not fully disclosed to congress prior to the passage of the law ad mitting Utah to the United Staten. When examined as to which was held to be the moro serious offense in Utah, polyg amy or unlawful cohabitation, Oitchlow gave his opinion thai among the Mormon people unlawful cohabitation was serious, because it touched them more closely. They flaunted polygamy more op...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 March 1904

I THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at the ponlofnY* at Tacoma, Wash., m ond ela»« matter. w USES THE SCIUPrS-M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 7CB COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Sir Cent* a erfisSfrs§Bfeto M CenU * Month. *3 • Ve **» Week, by Carrier or by Mail. by Carrier or by Mail. FIERCE TIME IIS THE HOUSE The thermometer roue to 6.10 In the national houae of representative* yesterday •when ; the report o£ General l!rinlow, charging misdoing on the part of ISO odd con gressmen, • came up for. diacussion. The 150 -odd were charged with having wrongfully Induced the late superintendent of Juries and allowances. in the portoffiee department, Beaver* by name, to allow extra clerk hire In their respective district*, over ami above the legal matt, and gome of them, in addition, were accused of having mulcted the peatoffice department out of excessive nuns for pottoffice building rentals. The chorus that went ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 March 1904

GEORGE P. WRIGHT CHOSEN AS DEMOCRATIC STANDARD BEARER City Ticket Named and Platform Adopted by Enthusiastic Con vention at Germania Hall DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Mayor—George P. Wright. For Controller—E. L. Hiberly. For Treasurer —Jacob T. Eshelman. For (.'ouncilnien — First ward, Owen Woods, 2404 North Seventeenth street. Second ward —Frank M. Lamborn, 502 North I street. Third ward—Hugh Farley. 1209 A street. Fourth ward—Otto Duevel, 415 South Twenty-first street. Fifth ward-Felix McKeown, 2711 South Yakima avenue, two years; M. B. Stam baugh, 4101 South J street, one year. Sixth ward—Schuyler Usher, 5611 Bir mingham street. Seventh ward—W. Scott Snyder, 3307 South Seventh stret. Eighth ward—A. C. Hoenig. 3020 North Washington street. DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. The fact that the Democrats stood in slippery places last night did not dampen their ardor and enthusiasm in the least. The Hoor of Germania hall was glazed with the wax that had been put on for the last dance, and more than one...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 March 1904

« l§o CAR BARN MURDERERS WILL SUFFER DEATH PENALTY CHICAGO, March 12.-The jnrj in the case of the car barn murderers today re turned a verdict of guilty and tixed the penalty at death for Marx, Van Dine and Keidermeir... defendant* rerei\ed the mi.lie t in . Neidenneir «niil«l sarcastirally. \an Dinr'* mother faaped, but did not PREPARING FOR BOOTH TUCKER This eveninit. at the Snlvatinn Army hall. corner of Twelfth street and Pacific avenue, a musical service will be held. ,A " program of vocal and instrumental selec tions ha* been arranged, and everyone is Invited. The officer^ in charge of the corps are* making great preparationn for j the visit of Commander Booth-Tucker, who will lie in Tacoma April 11. The Lyceum theater ha* been secured for the occasion, and the [ eommitnder will give Ins ilius tratcd lecture, "Love ami Morrow," aKnut - M nrn ,m,;,; pf tea ??C|;]*_wiio »'•' tr»v »"': h',"iri. AmuiiKM the numbei are '-'■ Hilly Smith,' ■ well known "ex-prize fighter, • who ha?*, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 14 March 1904

One Cent VOL. 1. No. 73 0. S. SUPREME COURT THE NORTHERN Merger of the Northern Pacific and Great North ern Railways Held to be a Violation of the Anti-Trust Law WASHINGTON, D. C, March 14—The Ripremc court this morning rendered its decision in the case of the Government Ts. the Northern Securities company. It held that the merger of the Northern Pa cilic and Cireat Northern railways was a Violation of the anti-trust laws. The decision of the court was not unani mous, the justices standing five to four against the merger. Those dissenting in favor of the Northern Securities company were Justices Holmes, Peckham, White and Puller. "In our opinion," said Justice Harlan, "the evidence fully sustains the charge. The defendants were properly accused of monopolizing, or attempting to monopo lize, trade between state*. The Northern Securities company was organized as a holding corporation, or custodian, for more than nine-tenths of the stock of the North ern Pacific and three-quarters of t...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 14 March 1904

* THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at the ■office at Tacoma, Wash., as second-clasa matter. USES TTIE SCRIPPS-M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWB. SERVICE. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET.. ....TELEPHONE MAIN 733' One Cent* Copy, Six Cento a «#3SSs§E3fein: M CenU a Month, %3 a "year, .Week, by Carrier or by Mail. <T^lVaH?" v by Carrier op by Mail. TO THE BOYS OF 40 President John Pinky of the College of Urn <ity of Nou- YorJi MtinatM '.'■■ College graduate has one chance in 40 of "succeeding in life," •wbereas the man who liatu't been to college has only one chance in 10,000. - II is unfortunate, that President Finley has. not mode clear what he means by the phrase "succeeding* in life." Until that foundation is definitely fixed, any such figures as he presents can be nothing more than mere speculation. ■ eeea in lite is relative To no two mindg does it nn-.111 tho s.iiuo. To BO condition! can it be alike appUcabl*. The success of the farmer, fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 14 March 1904

CHINK'S TROUSERS CONCEALED SMUGGLED SILK HEAD GEAR Poven silk cape, concealed in tha leg «f his flowing trousers, is what Ah Soak, CTie of the Chinese members of the crew of the steamship Olympla, attempted to gel ashore with Saturday night and failed. Ah Soak is a shrewd individual. He bad dreams of being a captain of Indus try, and so, before leaving the Flowwy Kingdom, be Invested a few yen in v'ari- OIH articles and careuflly planned how he Would e\Hde the customs officer*, get his goods ashore and go buck home with more. than #10 Mexican. Bo Saturday night the spirits being ap peased, he carefully stowed his stock in trad* about his person, and, with a most innocent look, started for the vessel's gangway, There is a man always sta tioned there, and he is used to just such tricks. This man wears brass buttons on hig coat, and once in awhile makes mistakes, but in the main he can scent contraband goods as far as a Jap can a Russian, and Ah Soak was not half way down the ladder be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 14 March 1904

• DIRIGO BRINGS RICH ORE SAMPLES On her lust trip from Alaska the ntcam •hip l>.ri(ro brought; from the Prince of Wales cojT|W£pwp«rti««'- of the Interna tional (X>tis«>lnJiUt>d. 1).,' M. k B. company half a ton of M taken from a ledge on vhi( h ■ there' in ' blocked ■ out an . immense body of shipping en. '• Preparation! «re beiiift made for" the^corwtruction'of tram ■ways and bunkers,"", to be in . readinefw for the .shipment ,'jaU' ore . in . two or three month*. • A. ;McCull6uf{h,'"the" company's mining < engineer, regardii, the property a* being of great value. A party, consisting ■■< of A. I. Uicb.£D. I' Oass. I: D.. Kenncy, R. Gillica and R. Gagnon (I recently lett Ta coma for that place, and all are greatly ! pleased with'the shoeing of the. property. The ore just received is heavily, mineralized am) ia on exhibit at * the office^ of the . company in • the r Columbia building. It 'is intended to place a large additional force at work on 1 the "property in t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 March 1904

One Cent VOL. 1. No. 74 ALEXEIFF ORDERS CONVICTS SET AT LIBERTY TO FIGHT EXPECTED INVASION OF ISLAND BY JAPANESE BT. PETERSBURG, March IS -A dis- patch from Mukden itatet thai Viceroy AleiieS Ims ordered the immediate libera- tk'n and arming of all eonvicti on the Inland of Sflghajien, just north of Yc/zo, tviiii are willing to enroll themselves and help defend ilic island against a Japanese attack, which is thought to be imminent. WASHINGTON, I). C, March 18.—Be sides her general proclamation of neutrali ty China lias sent a special declaration to the United States, oalled forth, probablj bj Secretary Hay's note. It \» to the effect tliHt China's set purpose is to re main entirely neutral throughout the war between Russia and Japan. LONDON. March IJS.-Reuter's agency has received from Tokio an interesting dispatch giving ddails of the torpedo en counter between the Itussian and Japan ese boats al Port trthur on March 10. Ten Japanese were wounded and nine killed. The survivors give...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 March 1904

I I THE TACOMA TIMES ' ■■ '_ ... I, , , . „, . —. Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. j Entered at the t.oNtoffiee at Tacoma, Wa*h., an second-class matter. -~ . - USES THE SCRIM'S M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 783 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN^733. On* Cent a Copy, Six Cents a «*tfn§RlaWk 25 Cents * Month, $3 • Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. C*^^S^ by Carrier or by Mail. MENDING MARRIAGE* MORALS ! The revelations made before the ornate committee by President Smith, of the Mormon church, make it clear that the government of Utah cannot be depended upon to suppress polygamy, and that if the evil is to be stamt>ed out the federal govern ■lent must take the job in band. \ True, in another generation the public sense of Utah itself might be sufficient to enforce the law.' But in the reformation of other people's morals we have little patience and are intolerant of delay. ; ■ We of the other states" are quite eager to forget our own marriag*-«nd-div...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 March 1904

HOW THE BOSTON ELECTRICAL COMBINE IS TRYING TO THROTTLE COMPETITION IN CITY OF TACOMA 4 Monopoly, With High Prices, Sought by Stone and Webster-Thelr Latest Efforts to Drive Chas. H. Baker out of Field-Inside History of a Fight Which is of Vital Interest to the People of Tacoma An electric power and light monopoly threatens to obtain control of Tacoma, of Seattle and all adjoining cities and towns. A daring scheme is on foot, engineered by Ston#& Webster, of Boston, to obtain the mastery of all of the available water power in this part of the state for the purpose of preventing profitable competi tion in the business of producing electric light and power. To accomplish this monopolistic under taking, every effort is now being put forth by the agents of Stone & Webster to drive Charles H. Baker, the only large independent producer of light and power, •vi of the Held. The attacks on Baker have been persist ent, for the last five years, in fact, ever ■inee he butted into the fa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 March 1904

• PREnY WIDOW HAD SUCH AN ARTISTIC WAI BRATTLEr Mir. I, 15.—Mm. Lloyd A. f mith. » pretty widow, awaiting trial here Uarch 21 on the charge of obtaining money ttnler false pretenses from scores of gullible koiiuii, ■ Raid to be one of the cleverest nmncii mimlhll on the Pacific coast. Her. *ucceßs in oecuring money is alleged to he due entirely. to a wonderful faacina lion which •■ In jiostscssen. Although she MRS. LLOYD a. SMITH. i|Ji«s a beautiful face and ■ soprano roice which would make her success on any ?«tage, it is her. wonderful charm that d her In lime. ■ -; • ■ ■ I Hiring a few months spent in Seattle V last summer, Mrs. Smith, it la charged, ;■', acquired thousands of dollars by persuading men and.women whom ulir met in a social way to invest in worthless oil stock. Be. fore they had had time to discover they .had been duped, she returned to San Fran risco. Then the hue and cry was raised by \ <«i, soci«ty women, whom she had made ( her miimis to the tune pi what woul...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 March 1904

One Cent Vol. i. No. 76 BISHOP MOORE SENDS A THRILLING ACCOUNT - OF THE EAT NAVAL BATTLE AT CHEMULPO " * , ■„ •'.''. ■ , - . ' 1 . * ■ »_■ -__-• . ■' Was an Eye- Witness of Scenes of Grandeur and of Terror—Heard the Survivors of theKoreitz Loudly Singing Russian National Anthem as the Ship Blew Up. With Deafening Roar CINCINNATI, March 16. - Bishop Moore, of the Methodist church, witnessed the naval battle between the Russians and the Japanese at Chemulpo. He vividly de scribes the clash in a letter to the Cin cinnati Post. The bishop says: "We left Shanghai on February 6 on a Russian liner, which was anchored on the morning of the Bth at Chemulpo, near the Russian cruisers Variag and Korietz.' Not a Japanese ship was in sight then. "At 4 o'clock the next day the Japanese chilis. 12 in number, steamed in and- .in chored. Three thousand troops were land ed. Six Japanese cruisers and torpedo boats then withdrew eight miles and Bishop Moore saw Japanese shells explode with terrific for...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 March 1904

_T __ THE TACOMA TIMES . *'" " „.,,, , „ .. . _ Every Evening: Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. ' * Entered at the nostoffice aCTacoma, Wash., a* second-class matter. , j USES THE SCRIPPS-SIRAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. < . .- ' ' — ' —-— ==^=- One Cent * Copy, Six Cents a ; *___S___B *** i9atM * Month- I 3 * Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. V . - 7,5«2i_2*5^ by Carrier or by Mail. THE OLD HORSE He is no longer a beauty, is old Bill. -*Ylie is knock-kneed, as you can see where be stands there obedient to your will. But fifteen years ago those legs were as neat and trim as those of any thoroughbred. They* have been sagged in your service! With a pride in his going qualities you drove him pell mcll over hard roads and pavements. And you let him stand by the hour at a hitching rack while you dallied. Stamping in summer to keep off the flies and in winter to keep bis blood in circulation, pounded over pavements, what wonder ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 March 1904

ATTORNEY CALLED JUSTICE "OLD WOMAN WITH PINK WHISKERS" A large proportion of the old residents of Orting. are in attendance at the trial of George Freeman, a resident of that town, who is accused of.,burning Joseph Kron dak's barn., Many witnesses have been subpoenaed on both sides. With Freeman yesterday in court were bis 3-year-old son and his wife, formerly Miss Rosa Krondak, whom Freeman met and married in the fall of 1899, while he was acting as engineer on a gravel train working at Orting. From that time until last fall he had been employed as an engineer by both the Great Northern and Northern Pacific Railroad companies, but after being injured in a tunnel accident not long ago he purchased - a farm near Orting, where he now resides. C. O. Bates appeared for the prosecu tion and J. H. Easterday and Walter Christian for the defense.. Mr. -Bates said in his opening statement that he proposed to show that Freeman burned the barn. He said that, on December 9, Freeman went from Ta...

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

7 » MINNESOTA REPUBLICANS ':" Jjm+ l^"'* I**1 ** **2fe, >*—"■ "* -*'"'"" -lINXEAPOU^'.Minn., March 16.- This city i*; rapidly; tilling np;,with .dele gate* and^-i*itdr»'Jo 4 tjie Republican stale eonvcntion*Y,Tfae4convention will b-"Valled to order" at noon" fo morrow iri' the;.:*-1. >v op. I ' houtte;'*" "Minnesota a "unit, for President Roosevelt and the late delega tion will' be instructed .mi his rcnoniina tion "without a" dissenting "voice. . ♦ .'"••' .The chief interest 1 in.the convention lies in the fact that it will .sound the keynote of the. national platform »nd campaign on • th. subject "of- rcciproeity' Canadian and otln-rwUe, .Talks with the delegates and leader* already in the field'make it evident that, there, is*, going to be quite a 'lively contest ".between-the si.in.l pal ters" on the tariff and' the advocates of come modification;of;the tariff schedules. 'Additional importance attaches to-.the ac tion of'the Minnesota,l.cjiublirqijs in,this parti ah _■, us...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 March 1904

One Cent VOL. 1. No. 76 RUSSIAN TORPEDO BOAT DESTROYER BLOWN IIP BY A SUBMARINE MINE lU-Bli Ul Ul H uUUlUinillllL VIIIL "LONDON, March 17.—A dispatch to ■tenter* agency from Port Arthur, re- ceived today states that the Russian tor- ' t pedo boat destroyer Skori was blown up by a floating mine. Four membsrs of the crew were saved. The Skori was Hie sister bont of the Strreguschtchi, which was gunk by a Jap anese torpedo boat last Thursday, off Fort Arthur. The two vessels were among the largest in the Russian destroyer fleet. PARIS, March 17.—A dispatch to the Echo de Paris from St. Petersburg state* that * report has reached there from Port Arthur to the effect that Admiral Togo's Japanese squadron was again sighted Wed nesday morning. ST. PETERSBURG, March 17.-Liao •Yang, ten miles west of the railroad, has been selected as the headquarters of Gen eral Kuropatkin, instead of Mukden. It commands several road*. Kuropatkin will, however, live.on a railway train, moving lis headquarte...

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

_ I THE TACOMA TIMES «fcl ■ii.i.iiiii.i i I- 111 ii-.i-.ii i ■■■■■■ii i ■».. ...I----——-—.—_-_.1..., „ „.,—,. ■ , . , iii ,„■ | ■■ ■,- -i „, ,■ i., i i ■■■ I, .1 r Every Evening: Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. „ Entered st the rmetoffice at Tacoma, Wash., nt, second-clans matter. USES THE SCRir---M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 763 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. _y ■' ■ j ; ■ "7" '■*' "■ "•••• ■»"■■■■■■ ■ ■-■■■-—'—■ — '-;* t* ■ii g~gj ..... ..i,i—e,i...i.__,-i-.,--.. — - , mgmmamSsagmgmm ■■-.....■■-.-■■-- . - ■ ._.,_...»■. ...i, One Cent « Copy, Six Cents a iili'tfiPßfcrti 25 Cent* * Month, f3 a .ear. Week, by Carrier or by Mail. C*i*j*M^*|->* > by Carrier or by Mail. ''■• ■ ■ I Seattle h*» closed Its gambling dene and joined the rank* of the utterly good. No •wonder there was a heavy earthquake last night. The growth of Tacoma Is phenomenal. Its percentage of increase during the la*t twelve months ha* been'greater than that of Seattle. But don't get f...

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

THE EARTH TREMBLES AND BUILDINGS SWAY An earthquake of unusual violence was felt throughout the Puget Sound region a 6:20 last evening. In Tacoma three shock were felt, the third being the most se Vere. The first shock was very slight and was noticed by only a few persons among them United States Weather Oh server Cover. The second shock was con eiderably heavier. The third was accompa nied by a low rumbling sound and wa of such violence that buildings swayed doors were burst open and windows rat tied as though affected by a strong wind. The shock was most severely felt in the downtown districts and in the vicinity of the waterfront. . The city hall, one of the most solidly constructed buildings in the city, swayed and trembled from the foundations up. The first shock merely rattled the win dows. The second caused the entire build ing to tremble slightly,"and the third seem ed to sway the tall structure, and imparted to the.upper floors a motion like that ol the deck of a ship in a ...

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