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

v ? ALL DEMOCRATIC INTEREST DOW CENTERS ON NEW YORK CONVENTION NIW YORK, April 15.—A number of •tale ronventionij are scheduled for the opening of next week but it It safe to My that the gathering of the New York Democrat* xi Albany on Monday will mo nopolize the entire attention of politician! I «f both parties. Will the convention in p struct for Parker? Till- i-- the question up permost in the mind* of the politicians. From a ti<niree —. close to ex-Senator Uill that it may be underotood as repre senting Mr. II Hi own ii™... it i* learned that Mr. Hill Intends to stick Cast to all original plan of having: the convention positively instruct tin New York delega tion !.. -■ Loom in favor of Judge Parker a. New York state's choice for the presi dential nomination. It ha* been during recent yearn an almost unbroken- custom *' for the New York *Ute delegation to go to tin- national convention with positive instruct ion*. Only in l***4 were there no instructions. In that year drover ...

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. — 16 April 1904

Independent in AH Things VOL. 1. No. 102 RUSSIANS DUNK. REPORTED LOSS Of TWO IRE WARSHIPS LONDON, April 16.—A dispatch from St. Petersburg reporti that the battleship Sevastopol and another Russian vessel have been blown up at Port Arthur. LONDON. April 16.—A dispatch to the Central News from St. Petersburg says that the report that the battleship Sevas topol has been sunk is denied in the Russian capital. BT. PETERSBURG, April 16.-Two Japanese officers disguised as Tibetan Llamas, have been arrested while trying to blow up a bridge over the Nonni river, in Manchuria. ST. PETERSBURG, April 16.—A tele gram from Port Arthur states that three Japanese warships were damaged in the bombardment that took place Friday. The Pekin correspondent of the St. Petersburg Gazette says the renewed mili tary activity in China is causing fear Hint a broach of neutrality is being planned. Chinese troops are being hastily armed GUSHMAN ENDORSED " Representatives from nearly every pre cinct in the count...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 April 1904

I mmm THE TACOMA TIMES _ Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at the postoffie« at Tacoma, Wa«h., as second-clawi matter. ■•;;..■__ uses THE scnirrs-M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS BERVICB. ~^ OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET..~. .~ TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a -. -•rr^**«i 25 Canal a Month, $3 » year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. *^*r'*i D '<»*"" by Carrier or by Mail. SHE PUNCHED THE HUGGERS Miss Sarah Biddle, of Philadelphia, it one of the swcllcst of the swell. She is I member of a faniily that i- at old i- Philadelphia itself, ■ family that long before American independence was achieved wan very wealthy, owning fleet* of ocean ship*, and that for years held controlling interest in the Hank of the Unfted Starrs, , But'there is a limit to exciuaiveiM The other day a burly negro (dipped up behind M■-- Biddie on the street and hligged her. Then he tried to match her purse Now. it might have been expected nt a lady of Mich high decree that under ...

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

BLOWN UP I PORT ARTHUR. Tex., April 10.-.8.V tlie explosion of an agitator in the refinery of the dull Refining company last night the greater portion of the plnnt was destroyed. With $500,000 locs. CLOSE CALL PARIS, April 16. By the explosion of a small projectile in the magazine of the cruiser Forbin todaj five members of the cieu were injured. Fortunatelj other ex plosives aboard the vessel did not become ignited or the warship would have been destroyed. RACED WITH A BLACK BEAR EVERETT, April 16. EU> Smout, tem porary earner on the CetcheU rural de livery route running from Kverctt. went out yesterday on a bicycle to inspect the country through which he will he com pelled to travel. His wheel broke down near Matvsville. but he completed the distance just about as last as he would had he been riding. In tact. Smoul says he went taster after he got off the wheel than he did before, for he hail an in centive. .lust alter the wheel gave out. be heard something sniffing behind him....

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 April 1904

• CARTOONIST WAS A STOKER ' ON THE STEAMER MULTNOMAH Tfomcr Davenport, thj cartoonist and Hirer. arrived in Tacotna tlii» morning on die steamer Miiltnomah from Olympia, vhere he lectured last night.'_■ When one ' first meets Mr. Davenport he become* eon rinccil that he is as big. whole-souled and broad minded aa be looks, and when be f-pcaks his genial, pleaaaal manner seem* catching and the way in which it take* boM on one tells why he is Mich a xuo <**• before an audience. Mi Davenport was accompanied by his wife and Mr. D, A. Pond, his busiriem manager. Mri Davenport was taken at once to the home of V F. McCialna, who was a M-hoolmate of Mr. Davenport, and wboae guesta the party will be while in thin city, Mr. Davenport paid a viyt to The Times office thin morning, and during the eourw of tin conversation he Mid "We came over on the Multnomah be cause I lived to fire on that l>oat when she was on the Columbia river in 1883. I though I might tee my old friend, Kn gineer Sta...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 April 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. No. 103 VLADIVOSTOK THREATENED BY JAPANESE WARSHIPS LONDON, April 18.—A dispatch, to the Central News from Nome states that a tel egram from Harbin conveys the intelli gence that a squadron of Japanese war •hips has arrived near Vladivostok. The commandant of the town Is preparing to resist an attack and the work of complet ing the fortifications proceeds with fever ish energy, SEOUL, April 18.-A Ping-Yang cor respondent states that an engagement with the enemy is anticipated soon. The coun try; in the wake of the Japanese army La* resumed its normal condition, no loot ing having been engaged in by the Jap anese. - 6T. PETERSBURG, April 18.-The first of five submarines and 40 wagon loads of ammunition were dispatched to the front today; TIENTSIN, April 18.—It is reported to day that 70 Japanese tvansports have been ALASKAN CABLE TO LAND AT VALDEZ The question of a landing place for the proposed, new telegraphic, cable at Valdez in being considered b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 April 1904

I THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at the i mattT. USES HU-: * BIPPS M i:.\l. 1 I 1.1 ORAPHIC NEWS BERN ICE. JMCOMM I TELEPHOKK MAII Dm ( Vnt a Copy, Six OnU a ,- ■ ' •'.. 25 Ont* a Month, *3 n yi.ir, W ■ -k, by Carrier or by Mail. by Carrier or by Mail. CHARACTER WRITTEIS IIS A WILL r Julie F. 11. Kevins, late of New York, was a Bo« old woman. It is so written in her will. « £he li^il a great deal of money— More than the could possibly use —and wlirn she \ realised that her race was almost run tihe tried to think of the greatest American need. There were hospitals, but even the hospital business ha* been overdone. And •libraries. Hut it is now possible in every corner of America to secure good reading ■matter almost for the asking. Some folk are of the opinion th.it tbeie are too many libraries. Then there came to her a vision of what happens to so many old folk, who have no money, few friends and who are unable to work. The state ca...

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

TACOMA RAILROAD MEN WILL TAKE A HAND IN POLITICS The Taooiua. brunch of the Railway Km ployes' Joint Legislative- board, un or ganisation which Include* representatives from nine railway organisations, held its first regular meeting in Odd Fellows' hall. East C and Twenty-fifth streets, yester day. About 150 railroad employes were present. Thomas Morris, president of the local board, presided. State Labor Commissioner William Blackmail wan prevent and delivered an ad dress on labor bills that will come up at the next legislature affecting Ac interests of the railway and laboring men of the state. Following Mr, Blackmail"** address, three bill* li« recommended Mare indorsed by the legislative board. The.se bill* will come up at the next legislature, and are the fellow servant act, a bill compelling employer* to pay their men money instead of paying wnges in due bills, drafts, check* or in sisting on the man trading out any portion of their wages in stores. This bill met the hearty ap...

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

t RUSSIA'S BLOODIEST ANARCHIST MUST DIE ST. i'i:n:i:siu i;c. April - Dr. Qerachuni, whor-o execution takes place in St. Petersburg on some day iii Slay not yet fixed, ha« long been regarded by Rus sian officialdom :i- the most formidable nihilist living and perpetual menace to law and order in Ra**Ja. 'Dr. Ger*c.hmii, .i I'olUh Jew, wai driven into the nihilist camp by persecution oil account of hi- I«.raelitr 4*awent. Hi- par pill- were both killed in an anti-Semitic riot in which the Kuimian authorities nadi no' effort fa) protect the Jew*. Sevtfruf prominent official* had taken a leading part in organizing tin outbreak. This discovery made young Qcrachuni, then a youth 01 18 .i bitter enemy of Ruaalan officialdom. Dr. (ieiMhuni threw himself into tin work of political conspiracy with grim en thusiasni, He took .i prominent part in tome half: do/en revolutionary movement* in South Russia, notably at Odessa. Kieff and Khnrkoff. On these occasion*, di»«iii»<'il as a workman, he f...

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

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. No. 104 MAYOR WIGHT TAKES ONE STEP TOWARDS OLD "FIB SYSTEM" Addresses a Communication to the City Council in Which He Advocates a Return to Former Methods of "Regulating" Fallen Women-He Declares in Favor of Municipal Ownership of Public Utilities- Asks For an Investigation, of the City's Books, by Experts-He Advocates Better Thoroughfares Tlio city clerk this morning read to the new council the following communication from Mayor Wright: Mayor*a'Communication Gentlemen of the < ity Council: To nd, ministt'r the affairs of the City of Tacoma on behalf oi the citizens thereof to their Wst advantage and benefit, is the manifest duty of the mayor and city council. There have been in the past, and neces ■aril] will be in the future, a diversity of opinion a- to what should be done on publTc question*. Different tnindt have dir ferent (.pinions and convictions, and It is wot probable that there will ever be full harmony existing amongst different num b...

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

• THE TACOMA TIMES » i- ■ „ . - . —r Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at the postoffice at Taccma, Wash., as iecond-class matter. USES THE SCRIPrS TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OTFICK, :6S COMMERCE STREET, ..~ TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cent* a jr#!#iS322fcvw " Cents ' Month, $3 a year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. <ENfxj|^^ > by Carrier or by Mail. LAW THAT MEANS SOMETHING In London, with 1,900,000 population, there were but 500 burglariei reported iii the year t(W3. In London there wore SO murders, as again st 153 in Chicago alone. There has been no lynching in England within the memory of man. Thou* thing* are worth thinking about.. There roust tit a re,i»on for this fortunate ronditionn of affairs. The law must moan more to criminals across the wafer than it dors here. There must be more respect there for authority and fear of conse quence*. '■ .. - There I* poverty in London -mil .1* no other city know*, and poverty ig the half wa...

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

PARTY LEADERS START BOOM FOR FOSTER AND CUSHMAN The Foster headquarters which wore formally opened yesterday in the Donnelly hotel, were the scene of an informal gathering of Republicans last evening to create sentiment in favor of Senator A. O. Foster and Congressman V. W. Cushman, There were about 7."> present, and it was the unanimous opinion that' Pierce county must work lor one end, the re-election or Foster and Cushman, Charles Bedford, who in at present man * aging Senator Foster's campaign, presided over the meeting. He said it was the duly of Pierce county to see thai these men are sent bach to Washington, "where they may continue the work they are do ing for this state and Fierce county." Mayor Campbell spoke briefly, say ing that the citizens of Pierce county should take up the matter of re-electing Senator Foster and Congressman ( iishman with a determination to win. He said dis cretion should be used in selecting men for the legislature and that they should be PATRIO...

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

I FRANK I. COLE CIS HIS REASONS FOR OPPOSING TOURIST HOTEL SITE •The position 1 t«k«> a* one of the op ponents of the Tourist hotel property an a high hi hool «ite if this," said Frank B. Cole today. "The election thnt run tip one y«ar ago demonstrated that the major ity of the people of this city were opposed to it. We opposed it from the atandpoint that it in a bad location; located over the railroad track* «nd near the sieainlioats, Kiihjf. Tel to all the noiaea that are most detrimental to school work. Again* it U located near a gulch, surrounded In trees and brush, making it very undesirable. The o»t of rebuilding this property In not known to anyone. The majority of the architects and practical builder* in this «ity have pronounced the estimate promul gated -by the »chool board as far below the netual cost. It «-ill coal the city Troni P00.009 to 1800,000 to finish that building »» it was originally outlined, nnd nutlie it over into a naool building Every year it Mill coot ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 April 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. No. 105 VICEROY ALEXIEFF IS VIRTUALLY FORCED TO TENDER RESIGNATION ADMIRAL ALEXIEFF. (From his latent phtotograph.) ST. PETERSBURG, April 30.—Viceroy Alexieff has telegraphed the czar asking leave to resign his position of viceroy in the Far Bart. It i* expected thut the request will be Immediately granted, a« Alexieff lm* Fallen into disfavor with the emperor, owing to the naval disasters at Port Arthur. For some time pant the current has been setting strongly against the viceroy, ,19 shown hy the fact that when the czar np pointed Admiral Makaroff he gave him absolute authority over the navy, making him independent of control by Alexieff. In the same way, General Kuropatkin was recently accorded complete control of the land forces and bus been reporting di PANAMA CANAL COMMISSION PLEASED WITH THEIR INSPECTION > T]iW YORK. April 30.—United States Canal Commissioner Parson! arrived from Colon today. He said that after his ar rival there April 4 t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 April 1904

ff THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. i Entered at the postoffice at Tacoma, Wash., as second-claw matter. USES THE SCRIPPSM'RAE r TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE^ OFFICE, 70S COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. »fcii» ■ 11^ nn.,^.l mi mi ..—- ..—I., .... 1 _.^...-i.., 11 . i i , | — ■ ■• | ■"",,:;,."•""~, One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a rttilf"'^' V- 25 Cents a Month, $3 a year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. ,: '.. by Carrier or by Mail. TWO RUNAWAY INDIAN BOYS Long and laboriously have the moral influences of this country wrestled with the boy* who, with minds fired by "yellow-back" literature, have run away from happy but commonplace existence to fight Indians or encounter oilier heart-thrilling ad venture*. Sin boys have been for generation* i fruitful source of anxiety and romance. They have given a distinctive tone to American civilization. The; have contributed bravery .and brawn to the might West. Onl] lo\r ot adventure .mil determination to dare ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 April 1904

A PLOT TO BLOW UP RUSSIAN WARSHIPS BT PETERSBURG, April K.—H U re ported that a plot to blow up warships building in Itussia has been discovered. Infernal machines are said to have UNION MEN PROTEST AGAINST SEYMOUR ON THE POLICE FORGE When t lie announcement waa made yes terday that William 11. Seymour, one of Mayor Wright's new appointees, was not tn be sworn in aa sergeant of police, and that Sergeant McCoy would be retained in the office, there was considerable specula lion as to the why am) the Wherefore or the move. .\ little light waa tin-own on the matter today when a member of ilie Longxboremen'l union said that the union CRACKER FACTORY Ti it reported thai a movement is on fool here to establish a |100,QW cracker factory. Plans arc being drawn for the building, which, it is siiid. will be located on I'm iti<- avenue near the depot. Charles Hotchkiss is one of the prime movers in thcproject. Others Interested are the West (oast Grocery company] Love-Johnson company; Lindb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 April 1904

• OPENING OF "NIGGER TRACT' 7 WAS STUPENDOUS UNDERTAKING What Tacoma real outfit? men rejrard an One of the p-«'itlot a<'(fini|ili>liini'iiU of 'the kinil ever undertaken in thin section lias ju*t Wen completed in tin- platting and preparing an abstract of the "Nigger tract." ' T Ihe "Xigger tract" in a piece of land fcOTUUting of about •*' acres, lying between if and Rpragtie street* and Flight h and Twelfth street*, on the hill. About' twenty yearn afro tin* land Nl owned by a troupe of colored (ihow people, who had formed *« «ort of eoo-perative association and pur. chased the property. A short time later, for mm reaeon or other, the property ■was divided among the member* and the iwoSatlOH ceased to exist. The troupe finally moved from tin- section of the 'country and apparently abandoned the land. At that time the property was out in the v^oodf and m nut considered valu able. The report wat circulated that the land belonged to nobody and during the boom day* (qnAtten buil...

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

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. No. 106 ENGLISHMAN HANGED AS A SPY BY THE RUSSIANS AT MUKDEN Antl imerlcan Feeling in Manchuria Becomes so Strong as to Endanger the Lives of Citi zens of the United States Who Failed to Leave the Country BERLIN, April 21.—The Frankfurter Zaitung prints a dispatch from ii- Man churia correspondent reporting that the bitter anti-American feeling prevailing there ia endangering the lives oi those who failed to Bee before hostilitiet com menced, Four Amerioans are detained In Mukden on a oharge 0! espionage In be ITALIAN STRIKERS AND MOTHER JONES GET INTO SERIOUS TROUBLE MOTHER JONES, THE MINERS' FRIEND. SALT LAKE, Utah, April 21.—Italian strikers who encamped in the vicinity of GAR BARN MURDERERS WILL BE HANGED FRIDAY MORNING CHICAGO, April 21.—The governor this morning affirmed the recommendation of the state board of pardons against Inter fering with the sentence of death Imposed of Car Barn Murderer Van Dine. All three of the bandits will be hanged...

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

_c __ THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. —■■'■'.•' Entered at the Bostofflco at Taeoma, Wash., as second-claw matter. USES THE BCBIPPB-M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 788 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cent* • ..-.: """>/ 25 Cent* a Month, $3 a year, Week, by (Carrier or by Mail. by Carrier or by Mail. V Winter refuse* to get down.and out in tin- Eastern states. He la butting into the baseball game* with snowstorm* and playing hob with the spring fashions. Somebody frhouM run him into the*bull pen. •■■ . . The newspaper, correspondents In the Orient are marching to the front with •Tap anew' sanction. Now we shall bear of things doing. Where the pen and the sword go together ii could not be otherwise. The new city council hag been organized, committees hart been named and every* j thing made ready for the prosecution of business, .. It in to be hoped that the interests of the city will be always considered pa...

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

IDAHO UNDER MORMON INFLUENCE, SAYS WITNESS CALVIN COBB A\ ASHIXGTOX, D. C, April 21.-Brlg najn 11. Roberts was again on the stand in the Smoot case this morning, in behalf of tlie defense. He was examined regarding hi- statement that elections in Utah oscil lated between the Democratic ami Re publican parties. He said that tile only time- when the Democrat's elected their candidates was in 1890, and 1808, when the , silver question was principally the only one discussed. Since then the Republicans had been successful. The witness identified an interview pub lished in Utah during his candidacy for congress, in which he admitted the right SHALL ANY OFFICIALS SALARIES BE INCREASED BY NEW COUNCIL? (Continued From First Page.) The committees are as follows: Judiciary —Murtenis, chairman; Usher, Bellingham, Oiblett, Richards, Meets ev ery Tuesday at 4 p. m. Finance —Dueval, chairman; Lamborn, Sulmson, Conrad, llawley, Whitman, Roice. Meets third Monday of each month. Privileges, Franchise...

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