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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 April 1904

_ 4 Here i small squadron of Rassian warships arc supposed to be held, fearing to venture forth owing to the supremacy of the Japanese lleet. Now that Port Arthur has virtually fallen, and the investment of the Korean peninsula is underway .1 is considered likely thai the Japanese navy, or a portion of it, will give Vladivostok attention. The port is not fortified us strongly as was Port Arthur and military and naval experts declare the strong Beel ol Admiral Togocan easily capture or destroy the Russians and rase the- lown. A MINIATURE WORLD'S FAIR TO BE FEATURE OF THE CONFERENCE Aafep Warne ■' LOS ANGELES, April 27.—Heirlooms of Lcathciii-ni, ugly faced idols and rave tro phies of the polytheistic reign in foreign countries will constitute the greatest rival I attraction to the regular peukrai of the general ■ Methodist conference, meeting in ' .. '^WjlllWlllyiilimiiiilwl l~" limn* i mi m . . DESKS. . CABINETS. Office Furniture of All Kinds V &. I. BEST OX Till: MARKET. GEORGE...

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. — 28 April 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. No. 112 POP! POP! GO THE GUNS US JAPS Vigilant Japanese sentry on the Yalu LONDON. April 28.—A dispatch to the t'enlral News from l.iao Yung says: Th,^ lifrlii vii* precipitated by Japanesa sentries on the Yalu, who tired upon Rug- sian gconting parties. 'The Japanese, in advancing on Tueren- ohenjf. encountered the Russian forces, The Jajiancsi received a hot fire from the Hue eian battery. They hum- but a slight re sponse, and then retreated in disorder upon the next village, where the men dis- Verseit, taking refuge in the houses." LOXDON, April 28.—Reuters corre spondent at Ohefoo wire« that the Jap anese have occupied Kuliencheng. on the dgfat bank of the. Yalu, south of Antung. Such a move would be highly important from a strategical standpoint, as it would mean that they would have the Russian forces on the Yalu hemmed in on three sides. In front would be the main force of the Japanese; on the east and north- east would be the forces of Japan...

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. — 28 April 1904

o THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evoning Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. ':*■'( * ■ Entered at the postoffice at Taeoma, Wash., a* tecond-claaa matter. ~USES~TIIE SCKIPFSIIIAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE^ I ~ OFFICE, 76S'COMMERCE"STREBT TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One C«nt a Copy, Six Cents • g«^gflg|g^ ' 25 Cents ' Month, $3 a >-"■ Week, by Carrier or by Mail. ' -^'ii 0 by Carrier or by Mail. OUR NICE LITTLE LIES f Katherine Pope write* an interentitig t«»ay on the advantage* of deceit, or ii,,- bm of tatt.* in til"' March Reader Magazine that is raoitly several atorieg to illustrate her joint. The introduction is: "Men, whether deservedly or not, are counted more truthful, lets given to deceiving way*, than women. I sometimes wonder if their women intimates iwvc* tell them that not Infrequently this lauded honesty of their* looks to the lo>Jt Uunt sex most undesirable, not to say grossly stupid, grossly brutal." The common confusion of lying with tart may easily be carried to,, far,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 April 1904

FIRST GAME ON HOME GROUNDS BORDERED ON THE BURLESQUE Fix thousand nponle climbed the hill to f the Eleventh street ball ground- yesterday afternoon, expecting to nee a professional fame put up by bright, snappy players, ■■tcM of that, they were treated to an amateur exhibition of burlesque baseball. For several weeks The Times has been telling Its readers what a real live bunch of Tigers Fisher hail gathered together. It hag vivdly recounted how they were eating up, body, boot- and breeches, any thing that stood between them and the pennant. In earnest vein it has assured the fang that the warmest exhibition of baseball ever seen in the Northwest would lie handed out when the Tigers came to town, and then to have them put up such a game as that of yesterday! The boys were either putting up a joke or they were groggy. For a month they have been away from home, where audi ences are unfriendly and where the ump ire is supposed to give the home team the best of it. playing great ball, a...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 April 1904

4 SIS.III CLAIM SETTLED FOR $750 ■.Th«re we* an expression of aurpri the f»<«>- of the councilman la*t night whin the clerk read a communication from Attorney Oovnor Teata, stating that bit client,' Mm. Ounderoon, would compromise ncr: tlS.OOtr damage nuit ngainot tV city for $780. v Abcut a year ago Mi", 'inn . den-on'tj husband, who was then in the em ploy of the city. ■■'■>- killed in a runaway while going to work, and a damage cuit re sulted. ■;■ "'■> "(ilnian Whitman, of Old Town, was at Mm opposed to a lettVmeJit. He mi'J that the offer of a compromise Mhoweri that then- wa« no merit in tb« claim. ' After «ever«l of the eounetlmen nad •poiten,'- City . Attorney - Ellin it* ted that he »hs in,favor fit the compromise. He i^uil h* limil oitiixidereil the matter care fally and believed that thhr ■'iMinTit wm> the bent the city could do. The council . aeteil upon Xlr. Kllis' fiidjjetition. Efforts put forth by the T.i 'mi • Street i Improvement [■•lv. which wan orga...

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

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. No. 114 TAYLOR GIVES STORY OF HIS LIFE AND TELLS OF SHOOTING Claims That He Shot Barnes and Holland In Self Defense-Would Hot Have Shot the "Stout Man" If He Had Known He Was the Sheriff DEPUTY BANKER. Lying on n cot in a cell in (lie county jnil. with a bullet hole through hii right hand and liis face and body filled with birdshot, Bob Taylor, the murderer ol \\. W. Barnes, who came near killing Sheriff Denholni and Richard Holland, Barnes' companion, was interviewed by a Time* reporter. At first he refused to tall<. but linully was induced to answer Rome questions. In a weak, trembling voice, he tolil that he was born in [ndiana, lint refused to say in what town. His family moved to Winnemac, 111., when he was a young boy. He went to school I here and was graduated irom the high school. Ann thai he iveni back to Indiana ami worked on a farm. He stated thai he had worked in Colorado and California. "I worked as « farmhand," lie. said, "and I alw...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 30 April 1904

_ THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at th« iMMtofflee at Tacoma, Wa»h., an wcondclam matter. USES THE SCUirfs-M RAX TKLEGRAFHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, m COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. fc»j i, ...11..11 M. .ii... —, 1............... .1, _ „| iii i ■ . . « „ . . , __ . , . On« Cent a Copy, Six CenU « ,; *»■>. OenU • , nth $3 a year, ~ Week, by C»rrier or by Mail. ("VsJ^gSs»* by Carrier or by Mail. RUSSIAN TENACITY Sympathy play» strange trick* upon fact. Tin- wUh that Japan may have a iji:iik end etry, triumph over Russia is the only father thai can be discovered for the f tuning axsurancc that -lie will have. Japan has shown exceptionally fine management. She has done some remarkably brilliant work. Bhe has bad ttevernl stroke* of unprecedented good luck. Hut the mi la hardly hrviin. Ru«tia'« cnormoim resource* and radlai ataying <jn.ilitir.« Iwve not yet come into play. Host assured, they will. The wo*t strongly marked charac...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 30 April 1904

THOMAS DOES GREAT WORK A young fellow by the name of Thomas went into the box for the' Tigers yesterday afternoon and put the visitors out of busi ness. Lehman's bunch simply couldn't find him, and when the game ended Taco ma had four scores nd the total result of Oakland's work was represented by a symmetries] ,-.,„• of zeros. It was a . lendid game from start to finish. The ligers demonstrated the fact that they could play ball and more than made Up i 'i- the bum exhibition they put up at the opening game Wednesday afternoon. Keefe was to have pitched the game, but he was taken sick and Thomas was sub stituted. The result shows that a worthy substitute was selected. Although Thomas deserves considerable credit for bis part in bringing about the resut, there are others who had some thing to do with it. Graham, who stands behind the bat, did some wonderful work, and the infield,' Xordyke, Sheehan, Casey and Kagan, were right on their toes ail the tine and .seemed to be at the right ...

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

4 ANARCHISTS IN NEW JERSEY PLANNED KILLING OF ALFONSO MAQRin rcbing ■■m ot li. 1! v, ho st ■ Bare alone, Ih. police found letter* from 1 m. N. ■!.. from THE AWFUL HAVOC WHICH WILL FOLLOW A WORLD WAR LONDON, April 2S.—The most trust- < Irorthj authorities on international affair* i have for many years linn predicting a war in which tin whole riviluted world would ' take tides. The train is laid, they say. l All that is wanted for an explosion is ihe \ »|)ark. It wa» expected that the near East i wonld Mipply the ■park, I -■' Curiously, it Is faraway Japan, ■ eoun- ' try which never heretofore counted in < European politic*, that hid* fair to bring 1 about tin explosion. Thin make, the out- i look more lnrrihV, for, while .the near Kaht ' would involve Europe ill.in,, in the, war, 1 the far"East would draw.-America into tin nielee, and Australia could hardly i 1>" I 1 out of it; while India, China and I parts of Africa would «urrly join in. I 'Thus, if .111.7- to .i general s...

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

Independent in All Things VOL. 1. No. 115 JAPASESE ROUT RUSSIANS 1 THE BANKS THE OF YALU TOKIO, Ma.v The first pitched battle on land between the Japanese and Russian forces occurred on the bank* of the Yalu. Sunday. The Japanese were victorious, al though they. lost TOO killed and wounded. The Italians tire reported to have lost from 800 to 900 nun. The Japanese raptured 28 quick tiring guns, 2ti officers and 800 men. The Rus- sians nifde two stands, but were beaten back finally and fled, The Japanese captured Chin Tien Chang, which whs regarded a» the key to the Russian position on the right bank of the Yalu. . The P.ussinns abandoned Antung yester day. They burned the town." The Japan- 1 The Tneoma Times lias scored ( three big acoopa over its two eon- 4 temporaries in tins city during the i last »i days, i The tint was on April 5, when i i The Times published exclusively 4 an account of the identification and i 1 confession of Albert K. Bell,' the i famous mail robber and bank t...

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

_ THE TACOMA TIMES "Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Time* Pub. Co. Entwed at th« postoffice at Tacoma. Wash., >• second-clan matter. *~" IJSES TUE SCKIPPS-M'RA~E TELEORAPHIC NEWS BERVK B. OFnck, 768 COiniERCE STREET TF.LKPHOXE MAIN 733. On« Ceat a Copy, Six Cent* a _ dgffffc- * Cents a Month, $3 a year, ;\Veek7 by Carrier^ or by Mail. °^^^F > by Carrier or by Mail. SALARIES FOR WIVES A ChtfAgo cltib woman wants the Illinois Federation of Women'i Club* to de mand of tlw legislature a law-requiring husbands to pay their wives a regular salary. Xine-tcnth* of the wives of the country are home women, declare* the thai of tl>i* proposition, and have no property rights whatever, lite woman who has property right* is protected by law*, hut tin- home woman It Hi the mercy of her husband's generosity. The husband can dictate just him- much l>lu* shall ppend. If the husband into to buy • pair of expensive trmiscru he can do so without consulting his wife, but if the wife...

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

TIGERS WIN BOTH GAMES PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE STANDING. Won. Lost. Pet. Turoma 20 U .625 Oakland 18 14 .57rt Lo« Angelea 19 14 .578 Seattle 16 14 .533 Ran Francisco 15 18 .488 Portland 7 23 .233 Four straight games and throe ihutout* U the record made by the pennant-hunting Tigers since they commenced the job of showing the Oakland bunch what good baseball i». Saturday afternoon, with St. Vram in the box, the score was 3 to 0 in fnxor of the Tigers. In the Brat inning Oakland got a look in at the game by one man getting to second on a wild pitch. A Couple of them had passes that read "First ba*e only," but the majority didn't get that far. Yesterday was another record breaker. At the morning game the attendance was good and a fast game was put up. Oak land couldn't make connections more than three times and the Tigers piled up the ruin* about as fast as they wanted to. Overall pitched. In the afternoon the attendance was equal to. if not larger than, that of the opening day. Keefe made...

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

4 YOUNGER MEN DEMANDED IN METHODIST LEADERSHIP LOS AKOELES, May 2. What prom fc»i- to be one of the most important •<• •wiw ever h»>M by • the general conference of (he Mcthoiitt Ejiiwcopal church will ci>eii here on Mai, 4,"* »-■ ' I)|{, 111 \I(U> B. Ml "I i 11K1.1.. Dr. tharlcij Bayard Mitchell, of t<levcland, is Ihe only map not now an nfHciM of. the'-Methodist'cliurch who i» prominently mentioned for election u« ■hop Dr. Mitchell i« only a pastor and li.i- ne\er b<"en anything more. Hut be ha» (H-cnpied igveral of the , KTratent pulpits in the '.country, He «va» Ihiim in Allegheny, Pa., in 1857, and i* a graduate of Allegheny col lege. Hi' han nerved prominent >hurehe*.in Pittsburgh Plainfield, N. .1.. * KniiwiH City, Miimih|iolim and Cleveland. ■ 4 , '._ ■ ,Tlie conference is composed of 750 dele gates from all parts of the world. Half of ihi-r delegates will be wiiiiatan and half lay nifinl»erß, inu.ility of representation having been granted in 1000, , Fo...

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

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. No. 116 EIGHT JAPANESE FIRE SHIPS SUNK BI RUSSIAN SHEEEB AT PORT ARTHUR Unconfirmed Report of Another Great Land Battle In Which Japanese Were Victors — Baron Hayashi Gives Out Official Report of First Battle on the Yalu FT. PETERSBURG, May 3.-Viceroy Alexieti report* officially that eight Japan ese Breshipg were sunk last night when an attempt was made to block Port Arthur harbor. The land batteries and torpedo boats participated in shelling the ships. Two Japanese torpedo boats also went down, according to the report. The fireship* were" discovered by search lights, creeping in from the east and soutli east. Torpedo boats and destroyers were ordered out and Viceroy Alexieff himself ■went aboard the coast defense ship Os vashni. A heavy lire was opened, lasting from midnight until 5 o'clock in the morn ing, when the last flreship sank. The Japanese steamers^ which were armed with Hotchkisa and Maxim guns, responded warmly to the Russian fire. Two o...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 May 1904

THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. ■ I at the portoffice at Taeoma, Wa»h., ai vecond-clan matter. S-M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OKKICE. 788 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six CcnU a m^SUSS^. 23 Cent* a Month, 13 a year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. '•'£' ■** -> by Carrier or by Mail. TACOMA'S ONE GREAT NEED There i* a growing sentiment among the boainaN men ..f TaCOMH lint aomething mn-t ba dime to >!<■( ni.-i. raOraaaa into the oity. (ml* tint the time haa gone 1> whan any aapiring city upon Poget I to 1h- a one railroad 'own. Dwring the laat eoaple of noatha The Tacoma Timei hat printed i nombac of interriewi with leading <iti/.en«. aU rowing the — lliarnl above notad, They want '•' ' them, they want an) and all tvanacontinm'ta] linca which will build m(.' thi> citj on any raaaananla indoatnanta. There i- nothing the matter with Taooma today except that it is ■ one railroad town. The other progressi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 May 1904

REPUBLICANS HAVE GREAT PROBLEM FILLING SENATOR HANNA'S SHOES WASHINGTON*. May B.—Free from tlw trouble* that commonly mark a national campaign, the Republican leaders are stir red by bother ot an uncommon kind. I'stialh .i party i- rai ked by candidacies for the nomination and advocates of isms for which space is demanded in the plat iorm. No sue li issue- conlront the Hepub bc.in.s-. Roosevelt i- to be nominated with out a contest. There will he harmony in thi 1 building of the platform. Probably there will not even be a contest for the vice-president ial nomination, Worry comes, though, when thought is given to the chairmanship o f the nut tl committee. There is nobody to fill the place of Sen ator Sanaa, who commanded the legions nt the party for eight years. To this tune search ha- tailed to reveal a man cap able of tilling even to an acceptable degree the position of the Ohio leader. There has never been expectation of securing his equal. It wa- thought at the outset, how ever,...

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

4 E STREET PROPERTY OWNERS' REMONSTRANCE TURNED DOWN 1"! '■'.<,■; property owner* were tip and doing tilings this afternoon. They ap peared in a body before the -ii«t« and nilejK committee of the city'council, which met this afternoon ii the city hall, and protested loud and long aftninct the im provement of X ctrcet from the junction of. T«coma avenue t<i South N*iriete«nth rtrt-et. - \ Sprmilf mi.! i.Hut- Ha• 1 tab foi tli. t». md ii » howl ol m<l)gii.i(iini among man) «■( tin otlu-r | neti Vbotit .to of them CUTTHROAT TROUT PLENTY IN WASHINGTON It is said that the cutthroat trout is the original trout from which nil others have issued. The cutthroat is found in all the coastwise streams and lakes from Northern California to British Colum bia. In the Columbia river basin it in found M far up the Snake river M Bboshone fulls and into the beadvrnterti of the IVlnl I In i 11,.. It is known as the cutthroat (trouti black-spotted trout, Columbia river trout and by other local ...

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

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. No. 117 GDWELL'S LUST LETTER OBJECTS TO PRAYER, CEREMONY OR CROWD Staring Death in Face He Writes to F. B. Campbell in Tacoma then Turns on Gas and Dies The grewsome fait has developed that 11. W. Unwell, the well known advertising writer, made deliberate preparations for suicide before asphyxiating himself with gas while in Portland two days ago. On May 2, a letter written by Qowell evidently a few hours preceding his death, was posted to P. B. Campbell in the Cali fornia building, Taeoiua. It read as fol lows : F. B. Campbell, See'y M. W. of A., Cali fornia building, Tacoma: Dear Sir: — will probably be neces sary for you to take charge of my funeral. It should be simply a burial—no expense— a simple coffin —no prayer, no ceremony— no crowd. H. W. QOWELL. The letter was written with a lead pencil in an easy flowing hand without the slight est indications of nervousness in the style. The postmark shows 'that it was re PORT ARTHUR "BOTTLED UP" AGAIN...

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

THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. -*,i "__ Entered at the po»toffiot at Tacoma, Wash., as second-class matter. USES THE SCRIPPS-M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. '. One Cent a Copy, Six <«nt« a rr <?'*BS23l£trv M cut a Month, $3 a year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. 1 by Carrier or by Mail. A VITAL QUESTION FOR TACOMA The railroad question in Tacouiu is the vital question of tie present day. It com pletely overshadows all other*. I'nless the city can break the Northern Pacific monopoly which now retard- it growth and iU prosperity, there can be, in the end, but one result. Other competing cities, with two or more transcontinental railroad*, will get so fur ahead in the race for population and prestige that Taeoma will never be able to overtake them. This is the formative period upon Puget Sound. It is the time when the perma nent renters of trade and industry are being developed. Ten years hen...

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

HUMAN HEADS STUCK UP ON ROOFS IN FILIPINO VILLAGE ST. LOUIS, May I— The center of at traction at the world"* fair is the Filipino tillage. Thousand* of people visit it daily, just to eaten a distant glimpse of these ■traaaje people. Few are allowed inside. but. peering through the bamboo walls of the village, the Msitors get a fleeting view ■of the native*. And it'n well worth wading three miles of mud to see. Of count), interest centers in the savage head-hunting lgorrote*. There are eighty oi thene naked brown people here, and of Ihesr thirty are women and children. They are now building their own huts, black smith shop*, rice mills, and planting iweel potatoes and rice. Their village is rather ghastly. About 100 human bead* decorate tlie pole* Of their huts, and as many steer head* ornament the nnle post-. The heads are tttOM ol Fili pinos who tell victim* to their prowess. Kach -kull is polished bright 1) and glistens in the sunlight. An Fgorrote trarrior'i prowess it meas ured ...

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