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

4 TAKES A DECIDED STAND IN FAVOR OF TOURIST HOTEL SITE The Tacoma Time*. In an effort to se cure for publication the divergent views of the people upon the question of ■ lo cation for the proposed new high school building, wnt a request to Mr*. Altec Palmer Henderson, president of the City Federation of Women's Club*, asking for 8 "t.id'iiKin of her position upon the " f 7'question. Here i» her reply: Editor Tacoma Times—.Sir: For the »Tourist hotel site. Decidedly! I can think '.I do go<»d argument tor the present high school -it.-, nor one against the Tourist hotel location. If pupils re quire a quieter plaeo,- why not build In the center of Point Defiance park, taking care not i.. be within sound of the street f<ir* or the elk?. The railroad, tome dis tance from the Tourist hotel, never lie iiAVea it«ell unseemly, .iii.l any scholar whose Indies would l>c distracted by a passing steamer would better be graduated i., Steilacoom. Someone here recentlj oh jected to the pres...

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. — 22 April 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. No. 107 GAR BARN BANDITS EXECUTED IN GHIGAGD —SENSATIONAL SCENES HARVEY VAX DIKE, Hanged today. The Four Convicted Car Barn Bandits CHICAGO. April 22.—The ear barn bandits, Marx, Neidermeier and Van Dine, whose criminal exploits and sensational capture attracted widespread attention Rome months ago, were executed today, The triple hanging took place in the Cook county jail in the presence of official wit nesses, newspaper men and medical exam iners. Neidermeier was hanged at 10:36, Marx at 11:17 and Van Dine at 11:58 a. m. CHICAGO, April 22,-Peter Neider meier, pale and weak from his attempts at suicide, und stubbornly refusing to embrace religion even within a ivw boon of cer tain death, sat joking and laughing with his guard and smoking cigarettes during the greater part of last night. He was isolated from Marx and Van Dine, his companions in crime, who themselves had professed conversion to the Christian faith and who spent the latter part oi the...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 April 1904

I THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered «t the pottoffice at Tacoma, Wash., as second-claw matter. USES TUB 6CIUPP3M"RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET ...'. /.TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent » Copy, Six Cent* a 25 Cent* a Month, *3 a year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. *H*|ttljggj!JW» I by Carrier or by Mail. Ml?. ROCKEFELLER'S WRATH AROUSED •loliti 1). Rockefelk mad feller, according to late nrran dispatches from K< York. His anger is directed toward Mia* Ida M. Tarbell, . who baa been exposing tin iniquities of tin- Standard Oil Company in a succession of interesting and convincing articles in McCiureV Magazine. 'Dip fact thnt her nhaft* have been driven home i- evidenced by the squirming of her principal victim, who feels that hit career bai been "written up in ■ most inex cnaable manner, considering his wealth and his claims to being a truly good, re ligious man. . So John D. ordered bfll chief counxellor-at-law ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 April 1904

JUDGE POMS TELLS THINGS ABOUT MORMONS IN POLITICS WASHINGTON, D. C, April 22.-.Tudge p. W. Towers, who was appointed by President Cleveland in 1889 as associate iutioa of the supreme court of Utah, wmi •he first witness in the Smoot hearing to day. He conducted the prosecutions under the Edmunds act, which were just begin ning when he took office. Wkon asked if he had had occasion to tefu-e applicants for naturalization because Of their allegiance to the Mormon church, he said h« bad in mind one case in par titular—Kiel 8. llanson, a Mormon. The witness questioned him in the event that the rules of the church and the wishes ENTERPRISES IN SOUTH TACOMA The (steady growth of business and the Improvement of homes in South Tacoma 8 an indication of the permanency of this ihrivlfcg section. Among the new enter prises recently started are the cereal fac pry, a saw mill, a photograph gallery, a hillinery store, a greenhouse and a furnl we stow. Two new store buildings have also been recent...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 April 1904

4 WIFE MURDERER PAYS THE PENALTY TODAY SALT LAKE April 22,—Frank Roue, the wife murderer, was executed today. He received four ballets in the region 01 the heart. 1 Before hi" execution. Rot* confessed that he had (.pent tin- last It years commit ting crimes, from robbery to revolting murders, in St. Louii and Chicago, the last being in Ban Francisco, where he killed .1 companion and threw the body into the bay. He went into details nt telling of each crime. The officers, however, doubt the truth of the stories. The crime for which Hose was shot to death by the officers of the law in the yard of the Utah «tat» prison this morn ing Was the murder of In- wife in this city on Christinas day last. The story 01 the Tragedy is a grewaome one. According to the slory told by the murderer he threatened to ft kill hi* wife because -lie .m- unfaithful. His wife agreed that death Hie star in t ln- town mi i- ulnie Rosi ~at strapped Into :' chair when execnt'ed, The door opposite ia the one thro...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 April 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. No. 108 A SUCCESSFUL TEST IS MADE WITH THE BERTH AIRSHIP BAN FRANCISCO, April 28.—T, A. Baldwin, tin- Famous aeronaut, made a sue eessful ascension this morning in Gerth'a. dirigible airship, rising to n height of 1(600 i cci and making a number of com plete revolutions with the ease and graoa of a gu'l. Alter being in the air about 10 minutes he stopped the engine ami ap parently was unable iii -viii it again, as it rapidly drifted to the south and - i disappeared from sight. It was learned later that the airship ■landed ill a s\\;imp near Blanking six-mile house, Aeronaut Baldwin was slightly bruised, lint suffered no other injury, and the airship was not damaged, The in ventor claims ihiu tlie machinery was all right, hin was not understood by Baldwin, He prove.l this by immediately starting the machinery, which showed nut th« slightest defect. The test was made .juietly and without previous public announcement. Scion after THREE IN KILLED TWENTY...

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

c THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. —- — — i' Entered at the poatoffic* at Tacoma, Wash., it second-class matter. " UIeS THE HUTS M K.U. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. . OFFICE. 768 COMMERCE STREET 1 I '.I rHONK MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a -„"'!'-.( 25 Cents a Month, $3 • year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. W Carrier or by Mail. HE SPENT A MILLION Head about "BEly" Carap, "the best fellow in Chicago." „ \ His brief career illustrate* an old truth. ■'.. \\ ha lie mi -l years of age, William Camp inherited a fortune of a million dol lar*. It «i- cash in bank .m.l securities readily convertible. lie -,■*'!' it all in four years. How? Just sowed it. He began every day with not less than WOO in hi- pocket. Sometimes be <'• ■-•.) the day, or tbe night, rather, with a solitary ten dollar hill ten dollar* was ill. t.mfille*t change be handled in four year*. Sometime* he borrowed or drew another 1900. It OMB without saying that he had a In.-; o...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 April 1904

DIVERS AT WORK ON THE WRECK OF THE ANDELANA Captain Finch, Diver Smith and their enw are still inspecting the wreck of the Andelana. Captam Stetson ia making the descents with Mr. Smith. Two descent! were made this morning, the first one List Lllg one ami one half hours and the Second one nearly t«o hours. A thud descent was made at 1:30 and the dtvera were under water at a late hour this afternoon. MIDNIGHT MARRIAGE A midnight marriage ceremony was per formed bj Rev. A.*l'.. L. Qellennan at the Second Methodist church, in Old Town, last night. Tin' occasion «;i< tin 1 Diarringe of W. K. Pohlraan to Miss Pear] Kpeelman of lowa. Miss Speelman was expected to arrive Mrly in the evening, Inn the Ham was late and she did reach here until marly 11 o'clock last night. I Ik' part) in waiting at the depot look tin- cm For old Town and Rev, Qellerman was notified to be ready to many the couple. They reached the church in due time and the preacher whs on hand. When the ceremonj was ended t...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 April 1904

4 BUSINESS MEN GIVE FOSTER AND GUSHMAN BOOM A BOOST Several hundred bn«im-«> men gathered ■ t the Chamber of Commerce last night to ,hear the speakers at the 1 ■ >->. r (Vhniuii i meeting, the object of which was to har monitc ami promote th«> Interest! of both gentlemen. This was the fin* joint meet ing of the campaign and the manager* of the two executive committees were no well I>l«m>-«1 with the remit thai they have decided to call a similar meeting next week. ■ W. E. Bronson, president of the Cham ber, presided, and in an introductory ad die-- hi said that the trusteed of the Chamber of Commerce have hammered out many difficult problem for the inter • -■■- of Tacoroa, hut there baa never come before the Chamber anything of no much importance to Tacoma and Pierce count) as the return to office of Senator Foster and tentative Ctuhman. The oiher flanker,, were K. E. Ciwhman, George 11. Stone, B. I. Salmsun, F. A. Lure and B. 8. Groaacup. E. E. Cuahman said: "I am...

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

Independent in All Things VOL. 1. No. 109 NUMEROUS GAMBLING GAMES ARE FOUND OPERATING OPENLY IN GUY OF TAGOMA What Reporters of the Times Found Last Saturday Night In Making the Rounds of Various Well Known Saloons and Resorts "Come tip. conic up. boys! C!et in the game now. Here's your chance! Stud poker here, two bits a stack!" In response to the above invitation from a loud mouthed, pasty-faced dealer for the house, a half a dozen men took their places around a dirty table and the fifth poker game was in progress in the gambling room of the Owl r-uloon. Pacific avenue and Four teenth street, last Saturday night. The assertion that the gambling law wm being violated in Tacotna led The TimeK to make an investigation of the matter, and the result justifies the statement that the law is being violated now an it has been, to a certain extent, in the past. The Owl saloon is one of the most no toi ion- regorte in Tacoma, The gambling den, which is a low, poorly ventilated, foul-smelling...

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

t THE TACOMA TIMES __ Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at the postotfice »t Tacoma, Wa«h., as tccond-claM matter. USES THE SCIUPPS-M'RAE RAPHIC NEWS 8 It B. " ■ ■ ' .' . ' . ... . ... , .. — OFFICE, 763 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cent* a MdSSESJfo^ M C*nU ■ Month, $3 a year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. c^*ggg*gJ? > by Carrier or by Mail. * Tull your chairs up to the library table, sharpen lead pencils, and let* net if we Can fipire "this thing out— In hia cell in thr D>>nvei j. I A l>. Ralbraith, « mine manager, i- tortured by t tii* ' "Id lilmvled deed, Hi deliberatel] abot bit wife while «he wai : iln n lured h in to the bedaide and killed him. All that nighl he i-einiiini-il in tlie h hi- paramour. A few months ago he was a prosperous bufinctt man and highly respected. How did he fall? """" loot's take a aheet or two of paper and see if we can in,,!,,, the computation. It i- wife to ray in the tii-i place ...

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

ALEXIEFF IS RECALLED HERLIX, April 2,' i. —Die Post annautices csat this morning officially recalling Vice that an imperial decree was signed by the roy Alexieff. POLITICIANS WANT AN ORGAN There is some talk in Democratic politi cal circlet dt' starting: a new morning paper to be an organ of the Democratic party. The politician! who are urgtmg the pro ject state that they cannot depend upon either the Ledger or the News to continue to work for the party, although both pa pers espoused the Democratic came in the recent city election. They claim that when it comei to state 01 national politics the two Perkina papers will certainly be shifted over into the Republican party again. The Democratic politician* sent a man to s-«v I he Taconta Times, to ascertain if the paper could be bought and changed into a Democratic daily. The answer given wat thai The Tunes could not take a partisan stand, either for the Democrats or the Republicans. It was first, last and always a NKWSPAPER for the pe...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 April 1904

4- MAN FOUND WITH FRACTURED SKULL DIED AT THE HOSPITAL While tinder tli," influence of li<inor an unknown. »nsn fell down the embankment near .the earner.,of Thirty-ninth .and I) streets and eu-tained injuries that remltcd in In- death.* The man «.i- found .tl.rmi ■> o'clock >este.ri3,iy f afternoon and the police wen imniediafily nulilied. Detective D. O. Smith and Driver White went out after the man and.took him 10 the police Nation. Although ho 'wan cov ered with li!'i>>i|. htK head h«iin cut wlici-e be had hit .1 log about 40 feet from ll •■ top hi the omliankmrtit, the ofliiors did not-think hp w«» uerion»l.v injured »»il kept him at lin- station for tmnt lime, waitinc for him to sober up. mint I'l.v - - ..i: 1 tit ■ TIGERS TAKE - THIRD PLACE PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE STANDING. Won. Lost. Pet. 'Oakland 18 10 .013 I/O* ArigfW 17 II .C' 7 Taeonm M II .sf« Seattle 13 II M 2 San Ptancbeo 12 10 Al9 f Portland 4 21 ,1« RAN niAXCISCp. April -Mlqne I'hlh r'.* assertion thai I...

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

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. No. 110 THIS COAL MINE FIRE HAD A HAPPY ENDING BCRANTON, Pa., April 26.-The Scran ton Ooal company's large breaker at Pine brook burned today. Gnat excitement HOUSE ASKS FOR FACTS WASHINGTON, 1). C, April 38, In the house today Representative Jenkin«, Republican, chairman ot the committee on judiciary, called up the Williams resolution asking the attorney general to report whether criminal proceedings had been in stituted against the principals in the TELEPHONE GIRL'S TONGUE GETS A STRONG BANK INTO TROUBLE INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., April 26.—A million dollars has been shipped today from Cincinnati and Louisville to the In diana Trust company here, one of the old est and largest financial institutions nt the city, to withstand a run started through the action of a telephone girl, who over A BIG JOLLY FOR LOUBET ROUE, April 26.—A military review of 20,('llll troops was held today in honor "I President Loubet. All Rome turned out. The president drove with th...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 April 1904

THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at the postoffice it Taeoma, Wuh., a* second-cla** matter. USES .-( HUM'S Ml! A TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 70S ■MM). STREET .....TELEPHONE MAIN 738. _„ : - , * One Cent a Copjr, Si* Cents * #r«?SSS23tein " Cent* a Month, $3 a year, Week, by Carrier or by MaiL €S^^^^ a by Carrier or by Mail. The cruiser Tacoma, HwingiDg .it anchor in the bay, is indeed an inspiring and As th« citizens of Tacoma gaze upon her the) feel thrill* of genuine pride in their . tllj"* namesake ■i.l an instinctive feeing of brotherhood for the officers and men who ■ are entrusted will the duty of ably carrying lit] through the ttoratt of old Ocean or the -lonri- of war. Long may the flag of the cruiner Tacoma wave above the salt seas! IF IT WERE THE LAST DAY ■ It -..hi had Inn one more day to live—juft one brief last day—what would you J do with it? . Tin' few priceless hours that would »ccm to flit from you as swiftly a-...

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

BAND INSTRUMENTS PRESENTED TO THE TACOMA'S GREW TODAY ■ 'U"ith flags and banners flying and every part of the vessel as clean and bright as it could possibly be made, Che cruiser Tacoma presented a gay appearance tin* afternoon. In tact, the cruiser and the entire crew were dressed in their Sunday best. The occasion was the presentation to the crew by the city of Tacoma, of a set of band instrumental. The presentation was made by Mayor Wright, who, with members of the committee and a number of citizens, went on board the cruiser at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Although the hour was early, a crowd of visitors thronged the cruiser's deck- and witnessed he presentation. , Tonight the officers and members of the crew are invited to attend a reception and concert at the Missions to Seamen insti tute. Rev. F. T. Webb will deliver the address of welcome and prominent local musicians will take part in the program. It will be a very elaborate affair. Officers and members of the Tacoma's crew wi...

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

4_ TRADES COUNCIL TAKES ACTION ON FREE EMPLOYMENT BUREAU There was a much larger attendance than »hihl at the regular meeting of the Ta eom« Trade* council last night. ■ A dozen pew delegates were »<-;ite<l and matter* of importance la iboi union* I—< u--i-d. A jrrominent feature of the meeting nan the jirwcnre' of Stat* Labor Omnniiwioner *Yilllam Blaokinan and .1. Menziea, ««cre~ tarv of the Washington Stale Federation cf*j«l:>or. Both addrensed the council on labor matter*. V;The council took up tin- mutter of the Appointment of a member of the council on the cotniafmioii to have charge of the free) employment bureau, and instituted tin* »ecrtt«ry to communicate with Mayor .Wright in regard Hi it. I hi- morning Sec retory I'pkon addrew-ed the following let ANOTHER ZERO FOR PORTLAND PACIFIC OAST LEAGUE STANDING. i Won. Lo*i. Pet.! Oakland 18 10 .643 1.. ■► Angtlc» 17 11 .807 y«coma 16 11 ' .503 rVattlt 14 11 .500 Kan FraucUvo 12 16 .429 Portland 4 22 .151 ..PORTLAND, A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 April 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. No. 11l DESPERATE NEGRO FIGHTS AGAINST LARGE POSSE UNTIL FINALLY SHOT OAKLAND, (al.. April 27. Alt,-, a bat tle with a heavy squad of police, armed with Wincheften ami sawed off ihotgnna, beginning at 7:.'W last nigfat and lasting until 8:30 this morning, doe Smith, a negro sharpshooter, and former member of the Twenty-fifth Infantry, «n> shot to death it) hit home. Not until two bullets had pierced his body did the desperate negro StlcCUmb, and up to the time tile fatal missile struck him he kept the besieging party at bay with a perfect hail of bullets, none of which, however, found a mark. Two officer* went to Smith's home |as( night to arrest him tor disturbing the peace. He drove the officer* tway with bulleta, barricaded his house and fled to PRESIDENT BELIEVES IN BATTLESHIPS IN SPITE OF THE RUSSIAN DISASTERS WASHINGTON, 1). •'.. April 27.—Rep resentative Dayton of West Virginia an nounced, after a conference with the presi dent thi.s morni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 April 1904

THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Time* Pub. Co. r. PS M i:.\: K\ n B. ..........TELEPHONE MAIN 733 \. by Canicr or by Mail. c> ■J<;* •;» <"> by Carrier or by M FAfE PLAINT OF A CROOK i-on. «rhi il -V ymrt <>f lii- M in pi Mm, - I • I the grorU doomed alv ,He walked into ,i N. * York barber thop and stole six razor*. He wa« caught. ll >as anxious to be caught', he said, for he was hungry and could not find work. After he had completed his last term in prison he determined to be honest. lf< secured half a, dozen join in succession. In every instance somebody discovered thai lie had a prison record and denounced him, and he wax driven to his old trade, for only Vi the jail was there a welcome. Th*t i *■ The am] thing in a caw like Huh would In to denounce humanity for its heart Ictsnesg and Hh men-He** manner of keeping a man down once he in down. j Facts and 'i*-'l"' are against the (.weeping conclusion* of thin confirmed crook. ■' ; L...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 April 1904

TWO THUGS WEMATEN 1' ed Moln. a street cai conductor, was held up on South D .street ne.tr Seven tecnih last iimhl b\ two men. The thugs attacked him with dubs, but he was able to tight them olf. When the victim ibttwed >-igns of resistance the assailants wen glad to get away. Mr, Mohr was attacked about midnight While on his way home. As he Beared ■ dark plaoe on the street two men stepped oui of the shadow and ordered him to throw up his lißinl-. Instead ol doing SO, Mohr grappled with the fellow and the two rolled to the ground. While they were Scuffling, Mohr was struck on the he. ami a slight scalp wound Inflicted, lie soon broke away and landed a couple of goo,l kicks on the thugs before he could get away. The second man kept a discreet distance and both men disappeared as soon ;i- Mohr got up. The wound in Mi. Mohr'l head bled quite freely. 0 00 0000000 000000 00 0 0 Pars lor Spanaway picnic tomor- 0 • low will leave from Ninth and Com- 9 0 11 ii 111 <■ streets on regul...

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