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

*.•;•: SOUTH TACOMA DEMOCRATS HELD BIG RALLY LAST NIGHT At the Democratic meeting in Spicer"*' hall, South Tacoma, last night, Schuyler ' t Usher, Democratic candidate for the city I council from the Sixth ward, made a brief address, in which he declared himself in terested in the welfare of the working-man. lie stated * that he was in favor of good wage* and the eight-hour day. Mr Usher also stated that if elected he would do all in' hi* power to further the interests of the Sixth ward. After con. hiding his' speech he wa* made chairman of the meet- V ing. . " " '\ .1. ■ .1. . Anderson was (he next speaker. I "In looking back over past campaign*," said Mr. Anderson, "I bolievc the Demo cratic party ha* always been near right, but it wan never nearer right than now, lor (W)righl head- the ticket. A munici pal campaign is not so much a matter of politics as a business proposition, for it deal* with out daily business affair* and ha* it* effect upon our home life. County, state or nat...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 March 1904

One Cent VOL. 1. No. 82 MURDERER, CHASED THROUGH STREETS, COMMITS SUICIDE AND DIES AT FEET OF OFFICERS LONDON, March 24— atrocities of the Wliiteehapel murders were recalled this morning when the police at Kinselrise found in a trunk in a boarding house the remains of a woman and child who dis appeared about two months ago. The re mains had been packed in the trunk and carefully covered with several inches of cement, which prevent the discovery of the crime. The cement, excluding the air, GREAT NORTHERN PASSENGER TRAIN IN A BLIZZARD HITS A SNOW PLOW BUTTE, Mont,, March 14.—The severe snow storm continues throughout the State, causing slides and delay to train*. A Great Northern passenger train today, BANK-WRECKER HAVES RETURNS AND GIVES AWAY THE OFFICERS RIVERSIDE, Cal., March 24.—Tom Hayes, the bank wrecker, who returned last night, made a dramatic entry into the Riverside Country club. He was met and muddy from a long tramp in the rain. MAY BE THE MANAGERS OF SOLDIERS' HOME WASHIN...

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

**m ■■*_. i THE TACOMA TIMES ■" ■.■ ■ Every. Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. < »■■.. - -Entered at the postoffiee at Tacoma, Wash., as second-class matter. . "" USES THE HUM'S Ml! IE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, :t»i COMMERCE STREET ........TELEPHONE MAIN 733. ' * i "' '" -'" - ' ■ , - : : - -—a One Cent a Copy, Six Cent* a' :' ***dfl^fe - 25 Genu » Month, $3 a Tear, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. '"'-'•*'■:'" -«■ -> by Carrier or by Mail. i ■ „ , i I MORMON MARTYRS •We have it upon the high, authority of the official organ of the Mormon church that President Smith and the apostles who uphold polygamy in defiance of the law are martyr* worthy to be ranked with John Brown and Christ. 'Since the defiance of law ha* involved no punishment whatever, or even anxiety Or inconvenience, it is difficult to *cc where the martyrdom BOMS' in. ' ;' President Smith and the apostles enjoy the peculiarly happy privilege of regulating both the moral and civil law*. ' It w...

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

REPUBLICANS RATIFIED THE CITY NOMINATIONS LAST EVENING There were very few vacant seat* in the Lyceum theater last night when the Republican ratification meeting opened. In fact, it was a house that would have brought wide smiles to the face of a the atrical manager, and was no doubt none the less pleasing to the Republican lead ers. Evidently it was a Republican crowd, too, and enthusiasm ran high. The speak ers were C. O. Bate*, J. M. Ashton. E. E. Cushman, C. D. Atkins, L. G. Jackson and Mayor Campbell. C. S. Barlow was chair man of the meeting and he started the ball rolling by tho introduction of Mr. Bates. In his remarks, Mr. Bates said this was a business campaign, but there was poli tics in it, too, and there ought to be. He said the Republican ticket was one that nobody need be ashamed of, and that every man on the ticket had been tried and found not wanting. The speaker paid a tribute to Chief of Police Fackler and said that he had been the cause of sending more guilty men...

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

I DEMOCRATIC SPEAKERS ROASTED - REPUBLICAN ADMINISTRATION ' The Democrats; held a meeting at the engine boner, 4103 South I. street, last night, which wan well attend^. The speaker* were 11. 11. Johnston, J. J. An dei-e.n. K. I. Hibcrly, George P. Wright, .1. T. Eahelman, Felix McKeown and A. L. Stanibaugh. - Harry H. Johnston, the first speaker, arraigned the present administ ration and compared fit to V a corporation in which a few men held the preferred stock to the detriment *of the others. Mr. Johnston spoke" of the attempt of the retail grocers to'get;'a' city wharf, and of their "failure to 'get. the city "to take on) action until they were ecu tin- verge of having the wharf built at their own expense." ■ Colonel .1."■; -I. ; Anderson delivered one .of his characteristic speech* and flayed the • city administration unmercifully, charging that the present mayor had quarreled with I the Tacoma .Railway! '&.■ Power company, 1 the newspapers and the council, and about |the on...

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

One Cent VOL. 1. No. 83 ADMIRAL TOGO VOTED THANKS ilUli I nL iUuU lUILU llmlluJ FOR HIS BRILLIANT SERVICES AGIST THE RUSSIAN NAVY TOKIO, March 25.—The Japanese house »f representative! today, amid rousing sheers of the members, passed a vote of thanks to Admiral Togo and his officers lor their recent brilliant services to the country. Minister of Marine Yamamoto mada. an PORT ARTHUR'S HARBOR DEATH DANCED ON THE WIND THAT SWEPT CHICAGO'S SUBURB CHICAGO, March 25.—One person dead and 15 injured is the known list of cas ualties which resulted from a terrific tor nado which swept over the suburbs of this city from Evanston to Indiana Harbor last night, causing a property loss of half a million dollars. The last named town bore the brunt of ST, LOUIS, ALSO, SUFFERED SEVERELY FROM THE STORM ST. LOUIS, March Half, a million dollars' worth -of damage is the direct result of last night's storm in Aha, a' suburb of this city. Two persons were fatally hurt. The Pittsburg Reduction company's bu...

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

1 THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Exoopt Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. _^ » Entered at the postoffiee at Tacoma, Wash., et second-class matter. .....--■-;-uses THg SCRIPPSM'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 763 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a <*<£!£££!*>»> 25 Cent a Month, $3 '• year ' Week, by Carrier or by Mail. €^Ss3^ !> by Carrier or by Mail. CERTAIN PATRIOTIC LAWYERS William N. Cromwell, counsel for the Panama railroad, who negotiated the sale of the Panama canal to the United States, will receive for his fee one-twentieth of the price paid, or 13,000,000. It is stated that this it the largest fee ever paid an American lawyer. J Corporations buy the best legal brains in the country. i They can afford to do so. And they must do so. Mem of these corporations are in direct and constant conflict with the laws of tin country. Not being able to ignore the laws, they must find a way to get around them. The lawyer who can advise ...

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

THE REPUBLICANS RALLY IN SOUTH TACOMA . Six speakers addressed a small but inter- I ested audience at the' pavilion in South Tacoma last night. J. B. Lingerman, can* didate for the Republican nomination for the legislature in the Thirty-ninth district; presided. The first three addresses were brief, but to the point. Charles D. Atkins gave rea sons for thinking himself capable of man aging the treasury funds in a creditable manner for another term.' L. G. Jackson presented some statistics regarding the sity's finances. "Surplus moneys invested in bonds and school warrants," said he; "have reduced the city's indebtedness $255,000 in four years. Of the 14-mill tax, 10 mills go to pay interest on what we already owe." S. A. Soult wished to be supported for city councilman from the Sixth ward. - A little variety was introduced into the program at tips point by a selection by the colored glee club, entitled "He Moves in de Middle of de Air." Hon. F. A. Luse ridiculed the Idea of presenti...

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

" ;i"."~"- ARMY OFFICER ON SPECIAL MISSION _SBA'TTLr*,;;'Marijh i M.-<£lonel ■ Ch.rlcs r. Powell; «ftfte/cngineer;«ofi«i7 United RtatS army, arrived tnntnVcfty late yes terday afternoon from' Washington,. D. ( .. and left this morning I for a. tour xit the Puget Sound tmilifary fortifications; Col onel ' Powell .states'that he Is one special ' mission, the nature of - which, he refine* to divulge. .At is no »"dwiccled;'bea,late*, with any; proposed changer in coast forti fications; .neither is it intended as, an in spection lour, lie will, , after leaving the ' Bound,, go to*... Portland and .visit the de fenses adjacent to that city. ? When asked last'night to make a stale , ttent relative - to' his tour. Colonel Powell said: ; .'•:;■'...; : ...,, ...»,.;.-- ■ l;C*It_"ls; pre-eminently a special mission, JAPANESE TROOPS EMBARKING "** This picture is an actual sketch of a Japanese regiment of infantry embarking at Kobe on the Sbinsiu Maiu. Just where they are 'to be; Undid, no no...

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

One Cent VOL. 1. No. 84 818 SHELLS RAIN ABOUT PLEIADES Graphic Description of First Bombardment at Port Arthur Given by Chief Engineer Ostrander, of the Oriental Liner Which Arrived The steamship Plcadet, the only Am erican ship in Port Arthur harbor during the first battle of the Russo-Japanese war, arrived at Tacoma at 1:45 this afternoon. I It was not known until a short time before that the Pleiades would arrive to day, but the news traveled fast and there was quite a crowd on the wharf to welcome buck the vessel that narrowly escaped be lli); sunk by the Japanese shells. Chief Engineer Ostrander graphically recounted the story of the battle. "We arrived at Port Arthur on Sun day," he said. "We had heard that a bat tle was likely to take place soon, but did not know- when. "The Russians had seven battleships and six cruisers in battle formation near the entrance to the harbor. Nothing bap* COSSACKS FIGHT JAPS :-'.''. ' ...... '-■:■. c-«*^ T.V' -'-'. .:. .'.-..'■ :'-'-..-:.>.,...

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

, THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. .^ Entered at the postoffiee at Tacoma, Wash., at tccond-clatt matter. ; V, USES THE St RIPPS MR M TELEGRAPHIC NEWS"'SERVICE] OFFICE, 788 COMMERCE STREET. ................TELEPHONE MAIN 733. «T "," "'„ — S3t3fcgffXsX '"■.".' f ' '" '" ..... .. " -"".-i.... ,■ ■...■■.■... ■■■■. „_ ...i .■■»-, .m,, —'•'■■_—■ ......■.-■ - ■■- .— ..——■--- ._,-.... ..--_ One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a -<<':' I"TV a Cents a Month, $.1 a year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. * '.';.'.".' .'i'"** by Carrier or by Mail. ■ .. ; ' —"a ' *'**'• —~~~r: ; WILL USE PEN INSTEAD OF SWORD General Nelson-A. Miles, after hit remark - ably active life, it not to be idle. He- hat laid aside his sword to take up his pen. Having made history, be will write it, having been an illustrious figure in the military iffatn of the world for nearly half a century, he will in the ripeness of hi experience discuss the world's military affair* of today. Gener...

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

NEW KIND OF "MERGER" SUGGESTED .Republicans were busy in the Fourth ■ward last night and an enthusiastic meet ing wat held at the Raymond hotel on Pacific avenue. During the - meeting a drunken man tried to take an impromptu part in the program, but a word from Po lice Captain Wiley put a quietus on his am bition to become a stump orator. > . , Frank Woodworth was the chairman of the meeting and the speakers were Mayor Louis D. Campbell, Senator Lincoln Davis, L. C. Dennis, John W. Linck, F. R. Baker, L. G. Jackson, Charles D. Atkins and 11. A. Moore, Republican noir'ttee for the city council from the Fourth ward. Mr. Linck made a few remarks referring pointedly to Mayor Campbell's administra tion. He said that the mayor had stood practically alone the past four years and had been obliged to disregard the wishes of many of his friends, because he saw bit duty and did it. "The Democrats are abusing him," said Mr. Linck, "but 'Truth crushed to earth shall rite again.' " . (Senator ...

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

I I SAILOR WHO SAVED CHILD'S LIFE GETS $8,000 TEN YEARS LATER KANSAS CITY, Mo., March 20.-Will lam Bradford in $8,000 richer at a result of jumping into Lake Michigan in 1894 and saving the life of Eva Pat hard, daugh ter of Captain R. Packard of Chicago, owner of the vessel on which Bradford wat a sailor and little Miss Packard a visitor. ;-, Bradford it engineer in a hotel here now and had forgotten the incident, until it was recalled by a letter from a lawyer TIGERS ARE AFTER THE '04 PENNANT PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE STANDING. ' W. L. Pet. Los Angeles ........". 2 0 1.000 Taconia 1 0 1.000 San Francisco J 1 .600 Seattle"'. ........... 1 1 .600 Portland 0 I .000 Oakland 0 2 .000 FRESNO, Cal., March 20,--Taenia Blade a start for the pennant and defeated • Port land here yesterday in th. Opening game of the- league series by a score of 2 to 1. Ke-ele. th,- youthful Taenia pitch er, proved himself an enigma to the Port landers, who got but three hits off his 'delivery. < Butlei wat eas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 March 1904

One Cent VOL. 1. No. 85 HIGH HANDED ACTS OF COLORADO MILITIA SEARCHING FOR ARMS TRINIDAD, Col.. March 28.—Further deportations of strike leaders in this dis trict, it is understood, will be made to night. House-to-house raids by militia searching lor firearms continues in the small towns in Las Animas county. At one house the troops we're refused admittance because a child was dying of diphtheria, but they broke the doors down and entered. The censorship continues strict. TELLURIDE, Col., March 28.-Up to POSTMASTER GENERAL 111 II BAD WAY WASHINGTON, D. C, March 28.- The friends of the postmaster general are alarmed at the condition of his health. MASTERSON, FRISCO'S ABSCONDING EMBEZZLER, BROUGHT BACK TO U.S. FROM EUROPE BY OFFICERS NEW YORK, March Edward T. 000, preferred by the Continental Building Masterson, wanted in San Francisco to an- & U! UOn '"•>""•"">»■ arrived here this morning on the steamer \on Moltke. He swer to a charge of embezzlement of $100,- was arrested ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 March 1904

' a THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at the postoffiee at Tacoma, Wash., as second-class matter. ■', , USES THK RIP I> M iiaf. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 7(B COMMERCE 5TREET............ .\..TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six its a >^UISJfc v 29 Cents ■' Month, $3 a year, | Week, by Carrier or by Mail. °*QS_2_&*' by Carrier or by Mail. PRE-DIGESTED LIGHTNING IN FOODS . Listen to what President Francis, of the St. Louis World's Fair, says in Every body's Magazine for April: "We have bad enough applications from breakfast food manufacturers alone to more" than fill the entire Agricultural building, which is 500 feet wide and more than a third of a mile long." The -Hilar purse is wide open just now to all sorts of benefactor* of Tired Hu manity, who have "breakfast foods" for sale. The makers of the many hundreds of varieties all use wheat, oats, or other cereals, as the basia for their products, but claim that, by ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 March 1904

PASSENGER AND CONDUCTOR FOUGHT IN THE STREET sv- .... S. W. Clay, conductor for the Tacoma Railway A* Power company on the Span away line, lies in a ward at the Fannie Paddock hospital with a broken arm and a bruised head as a result of an alterca tion with a passenger Saturday night. On the way in from Spanaway Saturday evening I mill hand working at Eaton ville boarded the car in charge of Motor man Scott and Conductor Clay. The con ductor collected his fare, as usual, but, the Eatonville man says .made a mistake in making change for him and a dispute (followed. The matter was dropped, how ever, until the car reached Ninth street, when the dispute was resumed. Finally Conductor Clay jumped from the car, taking the switch hook, an iron rod about four feet long, with him, and dared the passenger to come off the car. The man did as he was bid, took tbe rod away from Clay, who started to run, but was followed by the irate passenger, who struck him* several time* with the rod, bruising...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 March 1904

« ROOSEVELT AND FAIRBANKS (IIA 111. Is W. FAIRBANKS, WASHINGTON, D. C, March 28 Ml ham!- si-em willing that Senator Charles Warren Fairbanks, eel Indiana, shall be President Roosevelt's running mate on the Republican ticket. yV» This agreement , takes in not only the president and senator, the chief parties in interest, but apparently extendi to all the leaders of-the party. Fairbanks was near tin- presidency at the Philadelphia convention, four yean j ago nearer tii.'in anybody nt that time imagined. He was the choice of McKinley .Hid 11.11111.l for vice president. 11.- could hove been nominated, Fairbanks, however, held •aloof. ' - ..... „ ■i, .-•-.* lb- thought there would be ii day.when a party would place'him at tin bead of a presidential ticket. To accept second [dace at Philadelphia might destroy that chance. His Indiana friend* insisted that he should decline. The ".late- was in line for the presidency, they said, and he was the favored son. If lie should go on the ticket he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 March 1904

One Cent VOL. 1. No. 88 SKIRMISHES CONTINUE BETWEEN RUSSIAN AND JAPANESE SCOUTS ■ v ...... .■.-- ..,.-.'.. ..*■■ ■■ ■%■_.,_■;, :• . SEOUL, March 29.—The outposts, of the Japanese and Russian forces near the Talu, clashed again today. Fight ing by sharpshooters is of almost daily occurence. The skirmishes are occasionally enlivened by daring pushes on the part of the Japs, who seem to delight in feats of dare-deviltry. if LONDON, March 29.—Russian imperial 4 per cents declined one-half today on the reports from Seoul of a Russian de feat by the Japanese between Anju and Chongju. ST. PETERSBURG, March 29— The czar has ordered a hundred bottles of wine from his private cellar sent to Port Ar thur for the wounded. Today's papers comment at length upon the alleged recommendation of the direc WILL KEEP BUSY WASHINGTON, D. C, March 29.— Senator Hoar, chairman of the judiciary committee, has secured unanimous consent of the senate for the committee to sit during sessions of the senate. The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 March 1904

f THE TACOMA TIMES Every' Evening Except Sunday by The Taconia Times Pub. Co. Entered at the postoffiee at Tacoma, Wash., a* second-clam matter. USES THE SCRIPPS-MRAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE 5TREET.......„...» TELEPHONE MAIN' 733. One Cent a Copy/Six Cent* a tf aaljm*|. ; Week, by Carrier or by MaiL ' ~^^^^^^ "ENEMIES OF THE REPUBLIC" ..."■.'- .'■..' Every American citizen ought _ rend Lincoln Stcffen*' article in the April num ber of IfeClare'a Magazine, on "Enemies of tbe Republic."' These enemies, m Mr, Steffena clearly demonstrates, are met foreign nations, but men of our own country, business men in large Cities, who have been gradually corrupt ing national, state and municipal politics, by offering bribes to public servants for privilege*, franchises, it. which would be of advantage to them in their various under taking*. Corporation men, promoters, especially, have persistently encouraged Doodling for selfish end*, until it has become firmly grafted upo...

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

JAPAN HAS A NOVEL WAY OF GETTING RECRUITS FOR ARMY By Will H. Brill, Special Commissioner of ' the Newspaper Enterprise Association in the Far East. • . • TOKIO, March 28.—The. recruiting J of troops is an entirely different matter In Japan from xvhich it is in the United States. The armed force of the country consists of the standing army and the first and second reserves. When war was de clared the standing army was raised to war strength by recruiting from the first reserve, xvhich xvas in turn filled from the second reserve. The . second reserve was then filled by conscription. New regi ments of conscripts are now being added and will be well trained for the field by the time they are needed. Every man in Japan of serviceable age is subject to military draft. The government possesses lists of all the available men and they are chosen by lot. When a man's name is drawn a notice to report at the barracks is sent to him by a policeman. That is a signal for congratulations and jolli...

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