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

■• • WRIGHT'S ELECTION IS PREDICTED Laid night the Democrats bell forth at Ihe Raymond hotel, corner Twenty-fourth Street "and Pacific avenue. About 125 pennon* were present. The speaker* were J. ,T. Anderson,AMl. Mills, John Leo, George P. Wright, Rev. J..T. Kabelman, K. L. Hil.eilv and Otto C Dueval J. E. Aulirv « m chairman of the meeting, '..''. The speaker* poured hot shot into the Campbell administration ami J, -1. Ander son predicted the election of George P. ' Wright by a majority of from 860 to 1,000. A.' U. Mill*, treasurer of tbe Northwest ( Bridge company, keel to he- shown some , of. the great , things Mayor Campbell bad | ever done for.the city, md intimated that the mayor was not so much opposed to ( corporations as he appeared to. be. "I ; live on the hill," said Mr. Mill*, "and have , to 'use the cable cars. The service on that line would be .i disgrace to Puyallup, an J yet we never bear a word about it . from the city hall.", I "'•Mr. Wright outlined his policy it...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 30 March 1904

One Cent VOL. 1. No. 87 GOS3AGKS ATTACK JAPANESE BUT ARE FINALLY FORGED TO RETREAT ■ il- „../' " -■' ' ''■: I*-1-., ".■■■ ■ ■*"-'". ST. PETERSBURG, March 30.—The first land engagement between the Rus sians and the Japanese occurred at Chong Ju. A dispatch from General Kuropatkin, received by the czar, states that two days ago six - companies of Cossacks, led by General Miihtchenko, attacked four squadron* of Japanese cavalry which were holding the town, and a sharp fight of one half hour's duration ensued, the Cossacks tiring from height* 900 yards distant. Three more squadrons of Japanese were finally discerned advancing at full gallop along the Kasan road, and two of them succeeded in entering Chong Ju, the other squadron giving way before the Cossacks' fire. For another hour the fighting continued, when four more Japanese companies came down toward* the town and General Mishtchenko decided to retire, which he did in good order. General Kuropatkin, in wiring the par ticular* to th...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 30 March 1904

THE TACOMAJTIMES ft Every Evening: Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. 'Entered at tie mxtoffice at Tacoma, Wash., as second .las* matter. «■'■■ "-1-I S——III .1 I '. -I . , =r- II ll■ USES TUB Bl UiPPS-M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE" O* KICK, » COMMERCE STREET ...................... TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a ntflUff^^ 25 Cent* a Month, $3 a year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. by Carrier or by Mail. WANTED—A MAN NOT AFRAID „Human nature has strange, unaccountable streaks of cowardice running through it, side by aide with ttreaka of courage. Armies of men in.! march unflinchingly into the jaw* of death upon battlefield*! and many individuals, in the heat of action, will do deeds of surpassing heroism in the Woo.lv quarrel* of nations over territory and trade. Vet there are few ho would dare the risks deliberately undertaken by the Arctic explorer, Andre, who, in 1897, rose into the air in a balloon in an effort to drift over the North Pole. Andre disappear...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 30 March 1904

COPPER KINO HEINTZ -.-•'•-' --«'.;..v-.vr-'^.*--*x „.-■/ IS FINED $10,000 FOR CONTEMPT OF COURT BUTTE, Mont., Mar. 30— F. A. Heinze was fined $20,000 and Al Frank and J. H. Treyre $1,000 each for contempt of court, by Judge Beatty of Idaho, this morning. The fines must be paid by one o'clock Thursday. A second contempt case is under advisement. The fines were im posed for the violation of an injunction. The prosecution claims that the defendants removed $1,100,000 worth of ore from the Michael D. Evett mine in violation of the Judge's order. CLIMAX OF THE CALIFORNIA FLOODS IS EXPECTED BY IIS EVENING STOCKTON, Cal., March 30.—Jersey island, a few miles up the San Joaquin river from Antioch, was flooded last night. Tho San Joaquin is rising an inch an hour. Other reclamations are in great danger. SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., March 30.—The flood situation in northern and central California is nearing a crisis today. HOWARD GOES TO PENITENTIARY Judge Snell has ordered Tommy Santiago Howard, con...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 30 March 1904

• GOVERNMENT WANTS TO KNOW ABOUT PUGET SOUND BOATS Investigation*, are now being conducted t.y officer* and agent* of the United State* ; government ,to ascertain * the amount of deep sea tonnage available at Paget Sound port*. ."' Particular inquiry, according to re poTt',* hi being made as to vessel* suitable fur I the , transportation of cavalry hones, equipment and forage. • For several day* past a government agent, acting under the direction of Major ' John, Mill"*, li. ,i of , the United State* engineer corps for this district, has been calling J upon the " various transport companies owning* veaael* operated from Pound ports. To the** manager* the agent ha* stated frankly that he »a« obtaining information. for. the government and that i DMA THEATER. Speaking of new play*, * Rose Coghlan is noon to be with us under the man agement of Jules Marty la a play which is the- .veil, of..two women, Miss Harriet Ford and Beatrice de Mille. It is called "The 1 Greatest j Thing in the Wo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 31 March 1904

One Cent VOL. 1. No. 88 RUSSIAN PAPERS PRINT MORE ANTI-AMERICAN ARTICLES ST. PETERSBURG, March 31.-The "Novosti today graphically describes Port Arthur as a place where marked changes lave taken place. Trains from the city •re filled with fugitives. The military are almost the only persons left in the port, which resembles a city of the dead. General Stomal has ordered the shops to remain open during bombardments. Newspapers of Russia continue to praise England and attack i.tnei-ica, taking the OVERCROWDED SCHOOLROOMS The attendance at the sessions of the Pierce County Teachers' institute indi cate the keen interest that is being taken in school matters at this time. Dr. A. E. Winship proves to be one of the most popular speakers who ever came to Taconia. His addresses are as inter esting to school patron* as they are to teacher*. He combines the qualities of a wit and a philosopher, and commands the closest attention of his hearers. His ad dle--- this morning on "Manners and Mor al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 31 March 1904

1 THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at the iiogtoffice at Tacoma, . Waah . »< second-clas* matter. USES THE StUiPPS-MRAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733 One Cent « Copy Six Cent* a *___%££§__ 25 Cents * Month, ?3 a year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. vi* «.■■•■- by Carrier or by Mail. ALL OF THE NEWS WITHOUT BIAS The Tacoma Times is already being quoted a* an authority by many speaker* in political meetings about town. : The/act is becoming general!} understood that statement* made in this paper can be depended upon. ■ ; 5 . No new paper ever received a fairer or more kindly reception than The Tacoma Times has had at the hands of the people of this city. From the day of its first appear, The Times has been the recipient of warm and sympathetic support that ha* done it "a world of good." ; ■ iiJ'Kcep gong. We are with you!" ho* been tne cry of the people. The Time* will keep going. Never fear a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 31 March 1904

OPPOSED TO A "ONE MAN TOWN • "Greater Tacoma" was the watchword St the Democratic meeting at the Horace Mann school, in "the Fifth ward, last eve ning. That Tacoma would grow to it* rightful position as the first city of I'ugct found as soon as she ceased to be a "one man town" was the opinion of the speak ers. , The meeting was well attended, the auditors enthusiastic and attentive. K. L. Hiberly, J. T. Eshelman, O. G. Kills, George P. Wright and Frank B. Cole were the speaker*. ; . Mr. Ellis stated that his only ambition was to see Tacoma at the head of the cities of the Northwest; that he believed that she would ultimately gain her rightful po sition, but could not do it until she re versed her political methods and voted for the best man in every municipal contest, regardless of his political belief. ; "Mayor Campbell claims," said the speaker, "thai be was the cause of the reduction of the street car fares and occa sioned the giving of transfers. Let me tell you how that giving...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 31 March 1904

» TACOMA Y. M. G. A. NEEDS NEW § BUILDING AND BETTER EQUIPMENT • The resignation of -T. M. Pattullo as gen eral secretary of the Y. M. C" A. look effect today. The board of.directors has .'V.not-yet. selected' ■ .man to take lie. posi- I- n. and until a new secretary is ap pointed. George Botsford, assistant secre tary, will. have, charge of the work. - Mr.*. Patliillo ha* 1,, en the general sec retary of tbe ass,,, ia tion feel the est four year*.•;. During that time the association has madcyrapid advancement. When.he first took up the work in till.- city Oil 60 young?men belonged to" the association. * while'tb* "membership at the present time ' U . 460. During the lust four years $12,800 "has been "pa id'for interest, taxes, -Hoi I il*!fes -id other debts, and the association •'■••as!never bei-n a* strong as it is today. Mr, Pattullo will continue to teach the TROUT SEASON OPENS FRIDAY Hints to the Fishermen Who Want to Make Early Catches" •''The trout season open* tomorrow and a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 April 1904

One Gent VOL. 1. No. 89 JAPANESE ALLOW SIXTEEN WAR CORRESPONDENTS AT THE FfIDNT TOKIO, April I.—Sixteen newspaper men. mostly British and American corre spondents, left this morning for Moji. They will leave there April 0 on a Japanese transport tor a destination which is kept secret. Th's Is the first party of correspondents freed. It is considered a sign that a big land movement is nbout ready to be in tuguiatcd. A large crowd assembled ni the Bhimbashi station and cheered the com ipoßdants on their departure. LAUNCHING OF THE JEFFERSON lX_ WILL BE ACTABLE EVENT • A ■ large crowd is expected from all (he Sound cities to witness of the launch ' Itig of the steamer Jefferson tomorrow eve ning, Port Tow nsend and other Jefferson county towns alone will send a delegation " of'about' 1,200 people. They are expected * to arrive at the Northwestern dock on the steamship Dolphin at 4 o'clock. , The visitors will.be met at the wharf by Mayor (Janipbell and a committee from 'the Chamber- of...

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

» THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. - Entered at the portotftee «t Taeon>a, Wish., as second-class matter. -USKS'THB SCIUPPS-MIIAB TKLEGUAPIHC VKWaTsKKVKE. ~~ OFFICE, 768 COMMKKCE STREET .................. TELEPHONE MAIN 733 One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a ini^ffS???^.. 35 Cent* a Month, 93 a year, AVeck,'by Carrier or by Mail. > by Carrier or by Mail. | TIMES' COLUMNS OPEN TO WRIGHT The Democratic candidate for mayor, Oeorge I. Wright, in Hddre^ing rot) of the Fiflh and Thiixl wards List evening, took exception to an editorial which ap peared in The Tacoma Times lust ThumJa/i in which the htitteincnt w.is nad< that Mayor Campbell Mm*! for a "clouted" town and George I. Wright for an "open"' town. The Democratic candidate told lii-> auditor* tli.it he had not ■■.mil. -.i" Mich announcement, and that. bo "«tood up 111 the Democratic j.l.ii hit 111." :llf Mr. Wright's objection to the Times' declaration wan boned upon any inac curacy of...

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

JACKSON GIVES MORE FIGURES FROM THE CITY HALL RECORDS Wherever Republicans are gathered to discuss campaign issues there is seen the generous proportions and good natured face of L. (i. Jackson and he is becoming known m a sort of handy encyclopedia of fact* and figures. At the Republican meeting in South TWotnu last night, ax on the previous night, he devoted himself to refuting statements made in a circular is sued by the Democrats attempting to show - that the present administration has been extravagant. "The statements of extravagance-are ab solutely false," said Mr. Jackson. "We admit that there has been an increase in some of the offices but the records at the city hall will show that the increase is a -tx'ifectly legitimate one. It will also be !^hown, in comparison with the amount of work done during the Fawcett and Vickeus administrations and now. that the running expenses of the various departments of the city government are less than they ever were. The Democrats say that...

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

a WRIGHT QUOTES THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY PLATFORM ON MORAL ISSUE ■ Democrats of the Fifth ward held a large and enthusiastic nut-ting at the en gine ■ house - last ." evening. ■'■' The speakers • ereapplauded 'frequently and in • man »er that indicated heart.* approval of the sentiments expressed.: Speeches were d« ft'ered by.the candidate for mayor, <!rorge I' Wright;'candidate for treasurer, J. T. 11-lielinan, O. O. " Kills, and "others. .jfc George, P. - Wright took decided objec tion t«. the statement that there «■«> only tie issue in this campaign and that thai •as whether Taeoma should be an "open" ;«•» "closed", town, and that he was in favor of an "open" town, I Be declared the Republicans knew bet ter, koew they were lying when they rtated that all of the immoral element In tf»e^ rit£ was supporting the Democratic 4kkct., "In fact, they know," he con •kui-'l, "that the owner* of two of the lowest • dives of the city are supporting a4»v>r < nmplM'll for reelection. T...

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

One Cent VOL. 1. No. 90 JAPS BURIED BY RUSSI ARTHUR WITH MIL JPOIIT ARTfirR, April I.—No ehannes Vi the situation have taken place. The peatlier is trannet and in;niy sick ami wounded are recovering. The Japanese killed in the last attack were buried today in the Chinese ceme tery by the Russians, with military hon ors. It is hoped to raise the Japanese fire •hips \vhi<h were Mink at the entrance of the harbor. BKOUL, April The Japanese have illuwed a bullion pack train, enroute from Ping Yang to Ameer, the American min ing concession north of the Anju river, to proceed after considerable delay. This act is supposed to indicate a Japanese sue lesg at ('hong Ju on March 28. go com plete as to allow them to make a consid ■Table advance. It is believed that the Russians are falling back beyond the Vain. ST. PETERSBURG, April 2. Siberian papers report that' a legend to the effect that the Japanese possess a magnet which they use in battle to draw strength from their foes has profound...

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

-» - THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. _ '■ Entered at the r-ostoffire at Tacoroa, \Va*h., an second-class matter. USES THE SCRirPS-M'IUE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. " OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Out a Copy, Six Cents a; «^BSS^^» 23 Cents a Month, $3 a year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. C%sg*£ol- f by Carrier or by Mail. THE:COURAGE OF A STAGE MANAGER* In the** days of heroes it i» pleasant to direct public attention to Harry E. Logan, : who deserves a crown as big a* a life -preserver. . Mr. J/>f?an manages a theater in Macon, <!,«., and baa hit own ideas about the fit n<-- ■■! things. - ■ -■ ' • • For instance,' heis of the opinion that every joke ha* an age limit, at which period in it* rarcf-r it should be peacefully and quietly put. to death. He is not like ton theater managers, who will permit anything that the audience •Rill mil. In his theater it has never been found necessary to stretch a net in front of...

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

ARREST OF SUPPOSED S. P. TRAIN ROBBERS REDDING, Cal., April 2.—Word ha« .just been received at the sheriff's office that two men suspected of complicity in the Southern Pacific train robbery and Messenger O'Xcil's murder were arrested this morning at Keswick and .will lie brought to liedding at 3 o'clock today. BUSINESS MEN MAKE PLANS (Confirmed From First Page.) r A great many so-called prominent citi zens were severely criticized for their op poaitii ,i. to necessary improvements. One fact brought out at the meeting was that under the present laws it did not pot mutter how much money the city !wd in its treasury, it could not improve the streets. This must be done by the prop erty owners. It was also stated that one property owner had presented three sepa rate petitions to the council for the.im provement of a certain street. The Im provement was approved and recommended by the commissioner of public works, but the other property owners made such a rigorous tight against the impro...

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

• REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE REVIEWS THE POLITICAL SITUATION IN AN ADDRESS TO VOTERS OF TACOMA At noon today the Republi can Campaign Committee gave out ' the ... following statement which * the newspapers were requested to print: To the' Voter* of TAootns: We are entirely satisfii-d with the outlook. kit : Campbell should carry every ward, except I the Third, where the solid line-up of the gamblers, slot machine men and dives will undoubtedly largely, affect the vote. The ' precinct*' in which are the homes of * the : taxpayer* will.give Mr. Campbell a vote that.will show this element that lie city of Tacoma will ne\ei concent to mm thl« J city over to their control. 'The issues of j the campaign have been plainly presented. 1 "What have Mr. Campbell'* opponents brought forward What Opponents Claim They accuse Mr.' Campbell of extrava gance, ■ explaining that the tax I levy has Wen I increased from ■12 milk in 1 »W*2 to 14 mill* • tint, year, but they do not ex plain that in 1802 the ass...

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

One Cent VOL. 1. No. 91 can expects to FLEET TO FAR (?T. PETERSBURG, April 4.-The czar ku decided that the Baltic fleet shall sail foi the Far East only July 15. It is stated that Great Britain has Rent an annrtnet that the fleet will be allowed to iiass Suez. The ice in Lake Baikal has begun to break, gaps 40 yards \»ide appearing. ST. PETERSBURG, April 4—Viceroy 'Alexieff passed through Tashipichize on Sunday, returning from a visit to Port Arthur. It is generally believed that the Japanese will not attack Newchwang, as , their opportunity has passed. WASHINGTON, D. 0., April 4.-Sen eational testimony was given by George H. Maxwell, president of the National Irri gation association, before the house com- mittee on irrigation, the purpose of his appearance being to urge the repeal of the desert land act. When asked some pointed questions re lating to the lobby for the repeal of this bill alleged to have been maintained by certain Western railroads, he denied its existence, but admi...

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

4 __ THE TACOMA TIMES _] Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. • ~ Entered at the postoffice at Tacoma, Wash., aa second-class matter. . ' :;~USES THE SCRIPPS-M'RAB TKLEORAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. '' ■■■ . '' " ■.-.■ " - ■ — OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET. 7. ...TELKI'IIONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents • . |UiUP^ ( cllts * Month, $3 a fear, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. c*s*jg]ggS? c> by Carrier or by Mail. MISSOURI REPUTATION ~i 'A peculiarity of the lijrht Against Joseph W. Folk in the politics of Missouri '>» in the charge that be has brought the name of the i-tate into disgrace by <-\|>»«!tin official corrupt ion. Thiginutt be a peculiarly Missourian view. That a'«tate i- dirgraced, not by official corruption, but by honest effort to bring the comiptionLst* to punishment, in I proposition new in ethic* it not in politics. It -wan for the wike of the state's fair name, maybe, that the most powerful influ ence* were used to save the scoundrels from con...

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

WELL KNOWN UNIVERSITY ATHLETE TURNS BURGLAR AND GOES TO PEN SEATTLE, April 4.— From college class es to burglarj was the step taken by Alex ander H. Gardner, formerly of the Univer sity of Washington, now a convict in Walla Walla. In G. N. Adams, who triad to rob Police Sergeant Mike Powers, and was captured by that officer, with a big revolver and slungshot in his pockets, Gar field McGlinn, chief clerk at the state peni tentiary, recognised a former schoolmate. McGlinn was booking the new convict at the time. Qardner and McGlinn left the university alxwt the came time and their careers immediately took widely different direc tions. Strange chance turned these paths to meet again. The burking of a faithful dog put Gardner before the world in his proper light and brought him face to face with his former schoolmate. Tried Wrong House Gardner was in the I'mversity of Wash ington last year and the year before. He was best knows as an athlete, and played on the second eleven of that ins...

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