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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 March 1904

,'. « ONE OF THE MOST HARDENED WOMEN CRIMINALS ON COAST PAN* QITENTI*-, (',! March 17. Alice *R neper, alias | Ellen Johnson, alias Mrs. Grady,, —! years of age nnd one of tin- cleverest, counterfeiters Unit the secret service agents of Uncle Sam's -Miry de f.-iitmenl has ever encountered, has just been received here to serve five years at hard labor. She is pronounced one of the most hardened criminals on record anti her picture; is prominently displayed in the rogue's galleries of all the Western cities. Notwithstanding « long career of law- In raking covering a wide variety of of fenses, the hardened old woman has so cleverly executed her work as to have her name on criminal record but once previous to her present enrollment on the San Quen tin'books. 1 She served two years in the Oregon penitentiary at Salem, some years sgo, having lieen convicted of a bold day light burglary. ■ -She began her career as a maker of spur ious coin in Portland, Ore. where she be came the leading sp...

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. — 18 March 1904

One Cent VOL. 1. No. 77 SULLY, NIG OF THE COTTON OPERATORS, FAILS IN NEW YORK Tremendous Excitement Follows the Announce ment on Three Exchanges—Collapse of the Cotton Market Follows. NEW YORK, March 18.-D. J. Sully & Co. have suspended. The announcement was made on the Cotton exchange this morning. Sully is the famous bull opera tor who ran the recent cotton corner. Later.— Following the suspension of Sully _ Co. on theJCotton exchange, the firm announced 'ts* failure on the Stock exchange and also on the Coffee exchange, Sully being a member of all three. The cotton market broke abruptly 25 RUSSIAN NEWSPAPERS START STORY THAT JEWS AND JAPS ARE KINSMEN ST. PETERSBURG, March 18.—The fanciful theory started here to the effect I that the Japanese are the lost tines of the ten tribes of Israel, while ludicrous, has been seized upon by the Semitic press as a means of stirring up a new anti-Jewish outbreak. The Novoe Vremya not only treats the ANTI-STRIKE VOTE II IS VERY LARGE NDIANA...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 March 1904

1 THE TACOMA TIMES "Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. I,; ', ■ ' ' ' , Entered at the postoffiee at Tacoma, Wash., as second class matter. *=_=-—— ■ — - -ii —-- *- ' ■ , „ :. , —_■- " USES THE SCRirPS-M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 763 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. - ■ " '" — .J, , ' i ,!' rt.". : ' - „„■ ,',.,,., .i „ | —n One Cent i Copy, Six Cents a ■ ,**&££s££&*.■ 23 Cents * Month, ** * "fear, .Week, by Carrier or by Mail. "'"''lt Yl**■•'" by Carrier or by Mall. , A FEW FACTS ABOUT THE TACOMA TIMES . Tlie Tacoma Times is a complete newspaper for busy people. .*r ' It i* not filled with long, padded articles, written to fill up space. It* nn is in crisp, condensed form, with a kernel in each item. The miscellany which it print* i* of the choicest kind, secure! at great expense by the Newspaper Enterprise Association, of which The Time* is a. supporting member, The picture* used ere the work of the best artists. .No pains are spared to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 March 1904

NEGRO BRUTE HANGED TODAY ROANOKE, Va.. March 18.-The negro, Henry Williams, whose capture and trial were attended by many sensational feat ures, including the calling out of 18 mili tia companies to prevent mob violence, was hanged today. '..".• On January 30 last Williams assaulted -lis. George J. Shields and her 3-year-old daughter with a hatchet, razor and pocket knife and left them .for dead. After hacking and fracturing the skulls of his victims with a hatchet, Williams cut Mrs. Shields' throat from ear to ear with a razor and locked her in a clothes closet. He escaped to the coal fields, where he was captured a few days later. He con fessed to the crime and was rushed across the state of Virginia on a special train to Richmond. He was brought here for trial on a special train, under escort of more than 1,0—) soldiers, and a heavy guard was maintained about the court house .during the trial. I Social and Personal Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Smith of Jewel City, Kan., are visiting Mrs. W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 March 1904

y% CORDELIA BOTH AGAIN FACES CALMS PAN FRANCISCO, March 18.-The Cor delia Hot kin- -of today, with the ((allows ■gain staring her in the face, is not the Cordelia 1 Sotkin of five year* ago, when the was .found guilty and sentenced to hang for the murder of Mrs. John P. Dun ning, 'with whose husband - Mrs. Be—tin was in' love. ' Today she is on | trial for her life for I lie second time, and although time's 1111 --•paring hand has fallen heavily upon some if the state's witnesses, it has not dealt kin(tiy?*-th the alleged poisoner. : The crow--' ft—it hate accumulate"!l since last** •*b<> facetl st jury, the flesh of her *in pie net look* flaccid anti . her once linn, round j cheeks have an undeniable bang. ' V * Five long, weary prison years have KITE POINTERS „,; Cyme- Victor of Davenport, the young man once convicted of murder in the first degree for the killing of Charles Theimis of Goran, - will| have another chance, Judge Ncal," the , trial judge, having ordered a new tr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 March 1904

One Cent VOL. 1. No. 78 RUSSIANS AHE ENCOURAGED BY THE ATTITUDE OF JAPANESE ST. PETERSBURG, March Mili tary-circles are greatly encouraged by the Japanese delay of the land attack on Man churia. It was fully expected that one would be made by this time, possibly ne cessitating the Russian evacuation of all territory south of Mukden except Port Ar thur. «• Now reinforcements have arrived and it ie believed it will be possible to prevent any serious Japanese invasion. The Russian troops continue to stream into northern Korea in excellent condi tion, while the Japanese are report— to be in a bad state, due to an epidemic of typhus. LONDON, March 19.-A dispatch to Renter's agency from Che— stales that a private dispatch reports righting between the *"——_ and Japanese on the bank of the Yalu river. The Russians claim to have captured 1,800 prisoners. BERLIN, March 19.— Vossiche Zei tnug reports that Major limkoff. of the Russian headquarters staff, has been dis covered selling- valuable ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 March 1904

1 . THE TACOMA TIMES I ■ ■ ' " si- n- .— .'.■'.. Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at the postofflce at Tacoma, Wash., as second-class matter. USES THE SCRIPPS-MTtAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 763 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cent* a : g______|B| Week, by Carrier or by Mail. '!-<'. •■ "' > "LUCK" AND STOCKS Perhaps most people believe in * dim sort of way that the gains and losses through Block socc illation depend on "lack." '. . "Millions in this country with nothing but -dim salaries between their families and want: invert money in gilded sthenics of which they know nothing and call it "trying their luck.'' II is defying fate. Thousands ■>! young men and young women, eager to get forward by leaps. instead of by plodding processes of toil, take chances on glittering promises, hoping that •"luck" may be with them. j Barnum discovered long ago thai the American people ''like to be humbugged." .The .am_zing nu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 March 1904

GREAT PREPARATION FOR OPENING OF NEWYORK'S UNDERGROUND RAILWAY NEW YORK. March 18.—One of the biggest celebrations ever held in New York, and certainly the most elaborate since the triumphant return of Admiral Dewey from the Philippines, is being planned for the formal opening of the rapid transit subway Which the officials in charge are now confident can take place in June. Already steps are being taken to secure the presence of important national figures to occupy places in the first regular train to be sent through the marvelous tunnel. It is proposed to spend approximately $200,000 on the celebration and thus obtain a demonstration that shall be in keeping with* what is considered the most import ant enterprise ever undertaken by an American city. Invitations will be ex tended to President Roosevelt, cabinet of COOKS WANTED BY UNCLE SAM WASHINGTON, D. C., March 19.-The American housewife is not the only one who has difficult]! in obtaining a good cook. Uncle Sam is worried over ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 March 1904

< CUT TRAVELS FROM PEORIA, ILL, TO WHATCOM, TO FIND A DOC FRIEN BUTTE, Mont.. March 19.-F. J. Fer gin-on of Peoria, 111., 1* in Butte today, following it,.- trail of ■ pel Maltese cat ■which hi- traveled from Peoria back to it* •Id home at Whatcom, Wash. He is visiting his cousin, Harry Meeker, and told the remarkable story of the cat, as follow*: "I lived with my family near Whatcom, Wash., up to last duly,'' said he. "and then we moved to Peoria, 111. We have a family, pet in tin shape of a. large Mil tese cat that we took to Peoria with us. This cat was very much attached to a Newfoundland dog owned by a next-door neighbor in Whatcom, .md Bob, the cat, spent most of his time with the dog. | STATE POINTERS r ; - Beceiyer K. L. Blsine yesterday gave .i* notice. to . the creditor* of the Haul oi "'Ballard that he would wind up the affairs of the wrecked institution at once, mak ing tin payment of the last dividend at the bank in that city next Saturday afternoon, March M, The sec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 March 1904

One Cent VOL. 1. No. 79 NAPOLEON'S GHOST GOMES TO THE RESCUE OF THE RUSSIANS ST. PETERSBURG, March 21.-The re- i port has gained widespread credence among the Russian peasants that Napoleon's ghost is waiting on the banks of the Amur to lead the Russian troops to victory. It has fired the enthusiasm of the credulous, who have opened shrines to Napoleon, and, confident in his protection, they await the successful close of the war. YINKOW, March 21— Addressing Ger ma subjects at Newchwang on Sunday, the German consul tiffed them that they remained there at their own risk, and in BAKER TROD ON THEIR CORNS WASHINGTON, D. C, March 21.-In the senate today Senator Carmack offered a resolution of inquiry relative to the le gality of the recent pension order of the secretary of the interior. It went over. In the house, lleppner (Republican), of lowa, raising a question of privilege, stated that Baker (Democrat), of .New York, had violated the usages and courtesy of the house by inserting in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 March 1904

p B^^Evwoini Except Sunday by Tho Tacoma Times Pub. Co. THE TACOMA TIMES Entered at the oostoffice at Tacoma, Wash.; as second-class matter. USES THE SCRIPPS-M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 763 COMMERCE STREET. One Cent a Copy, Six Cent* a . 4 *Vflß*l I •- Week, by Carrier or by Mad. * ™ Lesa**W _> "A CRIMINAL PROCEEDING" Justice Holm in diWntiog from the majority opinion of the United States su preme toast in the Northern Securities case, contends that the anti-trust statute is of a criminal nature, an..' declares: "It is in vaiu to insist that this is not a criminal proceeding.*^.' ' The common mind will find no difficulty in reconciling this view with the opinion of the court. Both may Ik- quite right. Indeed, the one is inseparable from the other. ' Th. suprrme court has held to be sound the law which declare* trusts in restraint of trade illegal. The same law fixes penalties. Surely, since the law holds, the penal ties hold also. Even a judge of the supremo court can...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 March 1904

STEAMSHIP SHAWMUT BRINGS REFUGEES FROM VLADIVOSTOK • Among the passengers on the Boston Steamship company's steamship Shawmut, which arrived this morning from the Ori ent, were Augustus Libby and Corellius Hoff, Jewish merchants of Vladivostok, who received 24 hours* notice from the Russian military authorities to leave the country. They had to abandon their busi ness and sell out at a heavy sacrifice, and as egress by sea was blocked and the railway between Vladivostok and Har bin destroyed for a considerable distance, they were compelled to travel by sledges more than a thousand miles to the nearest port on the Korea*n const. They were arrested at the Siberian-Ko rean frontier, where there was great dif ficulty about their passports, and where they were in danger of being thrown into prison as spies. No sooner had they got into Korea than they encountered the special service officers of the Japanese war department, and they were in more trouble, their story not being accepted* tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 March 1904

mam - a FIIUPINOS FOR WORLD'S FAIR iiPiRRIVED IN TACOMA TODAY Bine* ■ the establishment: of the Oriental steamship lines,out-of•.Taeoiivi the visitor to the dorks his 'had -an opportunity to become*. familiar, with the people of the Asiatic side/hut the best aggregation that /ever | visited Co- port is' the company of Filipinos on .board the steamship Shawmut, who arrived this ' morning on ' their way to' St.* Loiris;/-.' '}-;[ >' Preparations were under way at noon for their/removal to the cars. Their bag gage Was. piled, about on deck, and the owners, ', in \v*rloiti and sundry kind" of apparel. »ci. trying to keep track of it. On the tup 'i the port wile of the vessel was'reserved for the lower class or "head hunters.'.' ;TK«- faces of these are more animal than .human. I»w bio- *nd a villainous ScoWl are Ihe chief facial char acteristics. Then faces are plentifully covered'with.:tatoo marks,' and their ears are weighted down with brass an wooden ornaments," varying from the s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 March 1904

One Cent VOL. 1. No. 80 I ALL OF PORT ARTHURS FULL IS SIMPLY A PIPE DREAM LONDON, March 22.—The sensati/mal Tokio report appearing in morning papers, to the effect that Port Arthur has been taken, is given no credence today. The ice around the Liao Tung peninsula is not yet broken up, hence it would be Im possible for the Japanese to land a force there sufficient to prove a serious menace to Port Arthur from the rear. Without this land attack it would be Impossible to reduce the fortress. HARBIN, March 22.—During the last 40 day* about 2(1.000 Russian troop* have arrived. Four thousand men have been dispatched to Newc-hwang, Port Arthur and Mukden and 2,000 have gone to yiadi- Tc+tok.' The greater part of the remainder are in the hospital*. Out of S3 military trains arriving since the outbreak of the war, but half brought _ munitions and provision*. It is hoped that KILLED BY II FALLING TREE About- 10 o'clock this morning, while engaged as a swamper in a lumber camp on the Tacoma Ea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 March 1904

_ c l. THE TACOMA TIMES :_=_*— __________ — ■ , .■ i „,,,, ■ , . ... Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. ___ ... .Entered at the postoffiee at Tacoma, Wash., as second-clan* matter. '.USES THE SCRIPPSM'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, TCS COMMENCE STREET.... ..........TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Tents a a**_£gfl|^fe " Cent * Month, V a Year, j Week, by Carrier or by Mad. c*^£gggs* > by Carrier or by Mail. GAMBLING QUESTION IS UPPERMOST .The people of Seattle are watching every move made by their new mayor, Judge Tiatliiigcr, to see just how far he proposes to enforce law in the community. Espe cial 'interest.centers around the gambling question. Will he suppress faro, rou- ■ lette and also slot machines? No one knows, although it is generally believed that be will adopt a drastic policy and that Seattle will henceforth be a "do-ed" town. It is a notorious fact that since the pas-age of the state law making gambling a ........felony gambling ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 March 1904

TWO FEATHERS BESTS PERSON One of the most interesting wrestling matches ever Mm in Tacoma took place at Germania hall last night, when Chris Person, of Tacoma, went down to defeat at the hands of Chief Two Feathers, a Nes Perce Indian, from Montana, the ii cii.iv semiring two falls in succession, th first in 28 minutes and the second in 3S The match was a splendid contest fron every standpoint, The Indian, while bu. 23 years of age, is ii feet 414 inches ii height and weighs 220 pounds with hi. blanket, lie is a mass of bone and sinew and is a man of remarkable strength am' endurances Although still inexperienced. he is not slow for a big man, and in tinu his manager, Jack O'Neill, of Kali-p,! Mont-., expects to have a world-beater. vi hen Person agreed to meet the Indian On even terms .he was unaware of his prowess, but in spite of the odds again* him the Tacoma man struggled gamely ii an effort to defeat his opponent, hut we unable to do so on account of the latter.- great strengt...

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

; .:•'• RANCHER FROM HOOD'S CANAL IS i ROBBED OF $650 IN SEATTLE F' x'ili.K. March 22.—Adolph Schtem trer, a Hood's canal rancher, was robbed et ffijO last night by an old acquaintance, fail Schmidt. STATE POINTERS ' Fir,- destroyed a $10,000 business block in South Seattle yesterday. The upper floor of the building was occupied .1- .1 lodging house. The fire had 'made con siderable progress before 11 was discovered so.! home of the lodger* wore compelled to gel out without any more clothing than the law allowed. Snohomish . county will lie solid for Roosevelt. A Theodore Roosevelt club has '; been - organised and the friends of the president will see* thai Snohomish sends the nt! kind of delegates to- the m.> convei?£»n. ■-,; Nineteen applicants for barbers' licenses appeared before the state board- of bar ber examiners at Seattle yesterday. Among th.- applicants were two woman, ami it Is said that'half the men in the Klliott bay town presented themselves at the court house,-whe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 March 1904

ONE CENT VOL. 1. No. 81 ANOTHER RUSSIAN BATTLESHIP : li REPORTED SUNK AT FT. ARTHUR ' LONDON, March 23.—A Tokio dispatch says a report has been received there that 0 Russian battleship was destroyed in the Japanese attack on Port Arthur on March 21, when the city was bombarded. The naval authorities are bo advised. • ROME, March 23.—The Japanese gov ernment has arranged for a party of Italian naval engineers and workmen to go to the Japanese dockyards to assist in repair work there. PORT ARTHUR, March 23.-General WEST HA. HOTEL BLOWN UP—SIX * PERSONS SAID TO HAVE PERISHED LITTLETON, W. V., March 23.—The Sharp* hotel was blown up today by an explosion of natural gas. William Lawson PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT MAKES BIG • SPEECH TO PINE RIDGE INDIANS WASHINGTON, D. C, March 23.— President Roosevelt preached a homely sermon to a delegation of Indians from Pine Ridge this morning. He urged them MARINE GLIMPSES TIDES FOR THURSDAY. Time. Height. 4:07 a. in 8.0 feet 9:02 a. m. 13.7 feet 4:37 p. m ...

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

•r-t >'•'■. THE TACOMA TIMES -■ • < Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. i Entered at the postoffiee at Tacoma, Wash., as second-class matter. 'ivi', ;USEB THE SCRIPPS-MRAB TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 7*9 COMMERCE STREET .7. TELEPHONE MAIN 733. ', •*. . , , „ On* Cent a Copy, Six Cent* a «<ISSSS?r\ " C'nt* * Montk > " * ****' Week, by Carrier or by Mail. C*s^P*y > by Carrier or by Mail. J ' ' ' ' ' ——ii ; . .... " ; fcsr THE TIMES' INDEPENDENT POLICY r The Tacoma Time* gives its readers today an example of the superior newt service that it i* enabled to present by reason of its strictly independent attitude On this page will be found a complete statement of the views of candidates for the City council, both Republican* and Democrats, on vital public questions. After reading, THE VOTERS WILL KNOW HOW THEY WANT TO VOTE. A partisan organ would never think of giving "the other side" a fair opportunity i lo present its candidate* to public notice....

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

I*l±*««*<* ~~** ~IMr~L~ if** The Unquestioned Home of Lot* Triced OJT\ / _ 'j^Ajffl^X' i BOfUpfSOTi Jr&erc. %^o.T>e da b»;<y Is at 9l9-921 Street 1 nompsoti n.erc. 00. ■ ■ - . • • .. . 4T - .- ■ ■ ■■ „, , -ii ■! 1 Notes <rf]*otion*Y^ Anniversary -Tale I Easter Glo-oe* Uhe thousand and tbvo little things. foiotvn as fictions, on sale tomorrote* jfor -Very little m 5 pkgs. good Pins 5c 1 box Cabinet Hair Pins.. 3o Kid Curlers, all sizes..... 5c 1 yd. Brush Skirt Binding 4c Lustre Cotton 4c Toilet Soap, 1 cake 2c Darning Cotton 2c £°°* h T rushea „,.,,,„,, ... „ Curling Irons .....3c Child a Handkerchief 1c Baby Ribbon, a yard 1c 60-in. Tape Measure 4c Shoe Polish ;„. 00 T5hU Sale OJifers Many X/nmatchabte'Values in Women's Smaller prices here tomorrow than you deem possible for so much of style and elegance. No wonder the Suit, Skirt and Waist business of this vicinity comes here. These garments have all the - smartest style kinks— have untold merit — are better for th...

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