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

4 HOW LONG IT WILL TAKE TO SEE THE ST. LOUIS WORLD'S FAIR PT.? LOUIS, Mo., May 3-One of the asjentions asked by prospective visitors to the big fair ie, "How long will it take to see it*" Not, let.-- than six days, and a* much longer as you care to put in at it. The *i\ <l»y -.visitor,'can see thing* on the run. Hi will have little time" to "spare, and if be wastes any, he will leave much unseen. Few people realize the immense rite of the exposition proper, until they reach the ■roiiniU. Then it appalls them, it is *> gi gantic. 1 The enclosure includes 1240 acre*, larger than the largest Farm, except in the Kar West. It is twice the size of tke Chicago fair, four times that of Paris and Buffalo, and five times larger than the Centennial. Then- are six square miles in thin 1240 acres, and some of tin building* arc three quarter* of a mile long. It's nearly half a day's.walk from the, administration build ing to the main entrance. The grounds arc in beautiful Forest park, two m...

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. — 5 May 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. No. 118 FAKE STORY OF A SECOND BIG BATTLE PRECEDES FIGHTING LcTc t Despatch From London Denies the Report That 17,000 Japs and Russians Were Slam-Rumor of a Naval Battle GENERAL KUROPATKIN LONDON, May s.—According to dis patches received from the front this after noon an engagement between the Japanese and Russian land forces is expected at Fenhianh Cheng at any hour. The early morning rumors of a bloody battle having already occurred are discredited. Russian reinforcements have been pour ing in along Lia Lung road and it is pos sible that General Kuropatkin personally will command. ._. In 1 In* «v«nit of detent tlir Rwmtana will probably retire to Motieng Ling, 35 miles down the Lla Yang road where they will make a final stand to prevent the Jap anese from reaching the railroad. Motieng Ling is narrow pass which compares with WANT ASHTON FOR DELEGATE "Unless Mime unforeseen circumstance should arise General J. M. Ashton of Ta coma will be a delegat...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 May 1904

THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at the pontoffice at Tacoma, W w ti., v ffnn.l ilum matter. ÜBKB HI M HUM'S MKAK nELEQRAPHIO NEWS SKKVIc K. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE BTHEET TELEPHOKI MAIN 733 One Cent a Copy, Six Cent* a r*^'-?^"* " Cent* a Month, $3 a year. Week, by Carrier or by Mail. c^^ o gP* by Carrier or by Mail. "BOTTLED UP" BY THE ISORTHERIS PACIFIC The effective manner in which the Northern Pacific has 'bottled up Tacoma, bo far a* railroad tran*i>ort<ition i« concerned, i- strikingly shown liv the freight traffic arrangement* whkh the Great Northern has to make in order to get goods out of this city, or into it. The Great Northern cannot ship one pound of freight over the Mill of the Northern Pacific between Tacoma and .Seattle, no m to connect with Great North crn rail*. Only by u«ing sleitmbcmtN ,■.,.,,, the two cities can it handle such freight ax is offered. The Tacoma Times lias made a thorough investigation of this m...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 May 1904

FROM PAUPERDOM TO A PARADISE Millions of idle . people are rotting ill pauperism in our ■ great cities. Millions of Keren of rich laud are being reclaimed by irrigation in the \ve*t and ■waiting tenant*. Millions of dollars are spent annually in tliis land in merely affording temporary relief from poverty. Commander Booth Tucker, of the Salva tion \iiny. has formulated the theory of placing the waste labor on the waste land by means of the waste money, and thus converting the trinity of modern waste into a trinity of industry, production and prosperity, , . It is in conformity with this theory that Senator Hoar has introduced in congress a bill providing thai the general govern ment shall set apart public lands in the buil,i>;nc; permits Building permits issued yesterday are as follows: lames Meaty, alterations 121:1 East Twenty eighth street. $200; C, llos tetter, two-story dwelling, 74TJ X street, $900: ( llostetter. two-story dwelling. Ta coma addition. KilOO: C'hfis. Sayre, a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 May 1904

4 XShe Crooning Success in Tailoring „. can be fully seen and appreciated in the wonderful ad gqm •-,.,"■■■. vaneement in ready-to-wear clothing, when you compare /&. /r*>^ "it today with that of 25 or 60 years ago. The tailor —-"^r'.s£?H\ has accomplished wonders in his line. Millions of gar \fo vffsv4i men*- art made and sold as ready-to-wear, that fit as ■''•/S^^V rijLJ VI) though they were moulded on the very shoulders of the V V~J^^^[( wearer. 'Tis true, all ready-to-wear clothing is not alike. Mi ome manufacturers, like some retailers, are of the flMMfk^Crii A ''Got-Rich-Quick" style and sacrifice principle and hon. m^Jmtll VrwEm °r" to^etlier witl' honest labor for the greed of gold and W*Jl IfnUiJilm SI 11l( '*V Beeui to succeed, but it's only for a short time. / JLiSJS~&P?'2Eb tl'P behind the scenes and you will see their finish. mlitt wHMßS|| fc^lßP ltp' H ;iH true today as it wan when lettered by the hum >r >^LM^^^*^^^P^*al Lincoln, "you can fool part of ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 May 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. No. 119 JAPANESE UNO A LARGE FORGE TO INVEST AND GAME PORT ARTHUR WASHINGTON. D. C, May 6. - The state department is officially advised of the landing of a large force of Japanese forty-live miles northeast of Port Arthur. They will invest the place. ST. PETERBBUBG, May o.—Japanese troopi landing at Pitzesewa have rut the land COinmnnicatiOßt with Port Arthur. TOKIO, May ti. Minister Hosoyn, de tailing the lending of Japanese troop* on the Lino Tung peninsula, in an official report says thnt the seventh division with torpedo boats and two transports arrived off Liao Tung on the morning of May oth, bombarded a number of the enemy's pa trols and landed a party of sailors who Waded ashore one thousand yards and took possession of a range of hills, planting their Hag without a shot. Three gunboats METHODIST CONFERENCE ROASTS THE LOS ANGELES CITI COUNCIL LOS ANGELES, May B.—The principal subject before this morning's session of the Methodist conference w...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 May 1904

THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. r- Entered at the poytoffio at T»ee«na, Wash., a* second-class matter. "T. USES THE! B^IP^S-MRAE TELEGRAPHIC KBWi SERVICE. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE 5TREET.............. ~.~TELEPHONK MAIN 733. On« Cent a Copy, Si* Oat« a .iriJfHß'frk. ** CenU • Month. *3 • 7««. -Week, by Carrier or by Mail. ' «-V«SK*^" by Carrier or by Mail. THE RAILROADS AND "GREATER TACOMA" *'f' 'Citizens of Tacoma who were here in early days tell how th« town languished • until; the first locomotive of the Northern Pacific arrived. Then a transformation ; followed. Trade brightened up. hundreds of new citizens appeared and property " values began to rise An era of prosperity ensued. Why! Burnt the town became easily accessible to the outside world, and markets could be reached. A city began to develop. The railroad did it. Bo far the advantage was all on the side of the town. It gained many benefits and suffered no losses from the advent of the ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 May 1904

DOESN'T WANT IT IN HAGUE PARK THE HAGUE, May 6. The government for esthetic reasons lias objected to the erection of the arbitartion (Otiii under the Cnrnegie donation scheme in Hague park. UNCLE SAM'S PURSE EMPTY WASHINGTON, May 6.-The treasury Inrplua of $54,000,000 at the beginning of the fiscal year, disappeared today and from now until the end of the fiscal year a deficit will grow. The Panama and the world fair payment* and a decrease ot $21,000,000 in customs receipts are the eau-e-. LATE TELEGRAPH St I!ANTON. May 0. -By the collapse of a temporary footbridge over the Lacka wanna river this afternoon forty people on their way to a CITCUS all plunged in. The\ were rescued, DKXVKR, Colo., May G.-The Republi can state convention is in session here to day to select the Colorado delegates to the national convention at Chicago. The delegation will go to the national conven tion instructed to vote for the renomina tioit of President Roosevelt and it is post sible also that resolutio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 May 1904

4 TURNER WINS FIGHT IN COUNTY CONVENTION OLYMI'IA, May Geori» Turner di. tated the platform of the Democratic state convention yesterday and friendu of W. I«. ll",ii*t named the delegate! to the na tional convention. Of the latter, seven »ne avowedly Hearst men, while three were against that candidate and are pre sumed to Win favor of Alton B. Parker. I'ri'iri Tnruei - dictation no mention of Htar»t'i u«m<- tppiwrt in the pltform, while TurnerY candidacy for the vice preaidenc-y in indorwd. It wit a compro mi*.e, reaelfi'd'aTftr W*hy nfrenuou* hours of conference and deliberation. i 1. . ('.. Oilman and John V. Terry, of Ba> • ttle; R. W. Starr, of Waterville; W. J. Hyham, of Clarke couii»t; M M Godmnn, of Dayton: V ('. Million, of Mount Ver non; Frank B. Cole, of Tacoma; Henry ltlaekman. of Snohomish; Frank B. Ho- Iran, of Spokane, ami A. .1." Pplawn, of Vakima, were elected delegates. eooao«oo«»eo«e««i«i • i gfk It. K*p»t*b«M*r ft Ot- 41 • Want to See • the Season's: i Best ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 7 May 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. No. 120 GOD ARRANGES TO 60 TO HARBIN TO ENTHUSE A BIG RESERVE ARMY Russians Attempt to Blow Up Wrecks Which Ob struct Mouth of Port Arthur Harbor— Admiral Togo Reports On Recent Desperate Fire ship Attack. BT. PETERSBURG, Mhj T. :. »I 'arn-j ed that the government is rrtunnin to concentrate a huge reserve arin< , liar bin, to lie ready in August. When this force is gathered die csnr himoeli will visit the place to inspire th«! men with ,i resolve t<i drive the Japanese into ihe sea. Until this army is assem bled it is probable thai Knstia will aban don tin whole of southern Manchuria with the exception of Port Arthur. Blowing Up "Wrecks CHE fOO, May 7. —Chinese coasting Vessels report a succession of tremendous explosions at the entrance to Port Ar thur harbor. It is evident that the Rus sians are trying to dear the channel of the obstacles and mines placed then' by the Japanese near the point where the cruiser squadron of the latter, is watch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 7 May 1904

dj THE TACOMA TIMES __ Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at th« postofflet at Tacotna, Waah., «g tetondclnw matter. ~~ USES THE BCUIPPS SIKAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE^' 708 COMMERCE'"bTREKtC ... !"tkLepl I MAIN 733. On« Cent a Copy, Six Cent* 4 fr«3?f!iS22fcfc-w a C*nta * Month, $3 * year, Wc«k, by Carrier or by Mail. ''-s«vis'>.*' ■ by C«rri«r or by Mail. START THE BALL ROLLING Wash., M ij sth, II Editor Tacoma Times—Sir: Your editorial of the I'll inst. excites my admira tion. • "What we want is Railroad*" should be lii" slogan of each < itieen of Ta ; coma. The majority of our people feel that because they ire not prominent in the business nnd social life of the community, they can to nothing worth while towards getting another line of transcontinental railroad into tin- city If each man. woman and child would write a |*r»nnal letter to Mr. Hill and another to Mi Hftrriroan telling them that the writer wanted another line of railroad i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 7 May 1904

AN ISLAND WHERE PEOPLE DWELL IN HOPELESS HORROR The Bishop Home for Boys, a part of the leper village of Kalauau, on the island of Molokai. The moun tains in the background are a part of the natural prison wall of impassable mountains which cuts off the settlement from the waste of barren land that forms the rest of the island. The small picture is a photo graph of leper children at play on the coral reefs along the shore of Molokai. HONOLULU, May 7.—The leper island of Molokai is a thing never to bo for gotten. The miseries of the island prison must linger, strangely associ ated with its haunting beauty, a life long memory in the mind of anyone who has the temerity to visit the glo rious tropic isle where over a thousand men, women and children, stricken beyond hope of cure, await the inevit able end. Bathed in the tropical sunshine and washed by the lazy waves of a sap phire sea, Molokai lies in the middle of the Pacific ocean, one of the most beautiful islands in the world, and y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 7 May 1904

4 LARSEN'S ASSAILANT GIVEN FOURTEEN YEARS IN PRISON John Burke* the assailant of S«iver Ijir »on,' the Taeetn* avenue druggist, waul sentenced to M yean in the penitentiary at Wail* W»lla thi« morning. Hi Van brought before Judge Snell .-in •when a»ked what In wished to plead, he mini he desired to plead guilty. In p«^~lrlB: sentence the court said: ' "Mi . Burke vim hare been eharjed with |on attempt to commit murder. The pen alty set by the statute of this state for Hi' eases as yours is imprisonment for ti"t !>•- than one year nor more, than four teen yfar*. "I believe that you have been given all the leniency in this matter that ySi are entitled to. It is only through the leniency of the Great Master who rules f over all that I can give you a penitentiary •antence. It !« " only « wonder" that V •m not'calleil ut>on 'tp'pniw upon i voii the : death sentence." "RUNNING DEER" IS LAST KNOWN SURVIVOR OF GUSTER MASSACRE PUTTK, Mont., May :. "Running 1 Deer," i he last known surv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 May 1904

Independent in AJ Things VOL. 1. No. 121 Have YOU joined the wide-awake throng who are writing letters to Jas. J. Hill. St. Paul- Minn., and E. H. Harriman. 120 Broadway. New York City, urging them to bring the Great Northern and the Oregon Short Line to Tacoma? If you have neglected to write to these men. do so today. Don't wait an hour longer. Each letter counts. You owe it to Tacoma and yourself to be active in the campaign for /WORE RAILROADS. DCDdOT nr nrcTDiinTinm nr lirrln r Tin m r IILIUIII Ul uLul siOUl lull Ul Hii" i I 15*1! I ill rlr H IIIL HUuuinil UkIuIuLII llUil FT. PETERSBURG, Maj B. A report it, current todaj tli.it the Rntsian cruiser Rnrik, <>l the Vladivostok squadron, Ikip been destroyed, whether by accident or Japanese attack is not itatsd. LOXDOX, Miy B. Authoritative infor mation baa reached here to the effect thai Ruasia "ill not prem her charge Hgainsi Japan ■>! alleged breach at international law by making the tu-.-t attack on thja THE FORCES ARE L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 May 1904

THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. ' ■: Entered at the poetoffic* at Tacoma, Wash., as second matter. USES THE BCHIPPS-MnAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. .1 "... • One Cent a Copy, Six Cents • 1 rtfitß^^L " Cents a Month, $3 a year, Week, by Carrier or by Ma.l. C^SE^ > by Carrier or by Mail. THE IS. P. CORK IIS THE BOTTLE The Northern Pacific show* no favor* to other railroads when it MOM to hand- Zing Tacoma freight. If the Great Northern or the Oregon Short Line hauls freight from the Hart to Taw or accept* it from Taeoma shippers to forward to tern points, these road* are placed at a disadvantage. The Northern Pacific will not allow either of them to haul freight over it* linen to or from Seattle, but compels them to use steamboats to make their connections, Today The Time* "will point out more particularly tin- throttling tactics of the Northern Pacific, as directed against the riarriman road, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 May 1904

MIQUE WON THE SOCKS PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE STANDING. Won. Lost. Pet. Tacoma 24 14 .632 Oakland 23 16 .590 Los Angeles 23 17 .575 Bcattle 19 17 .528 San Kranciaco 18 22 ,400 Portland 8 29 .L'lti SEATTLE, May 9.—The largest week day crowd of the season saw a catch-as catch-can game of ball Saturday afternoon nt Recreation park, with Mike Fisher's Tacoma Tigers holding the most trumps. For several innings it was a give and take game, but when Tacoma got Shield* and Torn Delahaitty wandering around ill a daze in the seventh inning it Wai all off with Seattle and Tacoma pocketed five runs. The game closed with a backwoods score of 11 to 0, but that gives only a partial idea of what a loose jointed and badly decayed exhibition of the national game it was. I Bad as the playing was, the crowd got a lot of fun out of it, and yelled like Co mnnche Indians -whenever they got a chance. They did their .best to get Bobby Keefe up in the air. Success almost crown ed their efforts, but • reliable old...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 May 1904

» CHIEF CHOSE COUNCIL FROM BEST HUNTERS * BI3S?; OKI.A, M«y o.—The laxt hiiffntn drive by blanket' Indian* wan held licit' yesterday. The' Mag '•». The i I the in b) lil.iiiki i hnluiii.- Wan held Inn rditj . >■ marked the in Rugurntion of Hor*e Chief. an ruler of the I'oiu'iih, a tribe which has maintained unbroken it« ' i";nr : with the white 'man ami ha» pre«CTvc3 it*> race uliai itie> Ullll purity of blood, While .ill cerifiiiiinies ..I the I'i.ir nro unufimlly ' imprwwivc,' the ipectactt • ye» --■ tcnlay «,i- id,, him! elaborate timl the ]nnt <>f it« kind, for the Inxt tribe of Itidi An« m.i\ diainUgnite liiMmi' Horse Chicfi little son -in'.■enl- In- father, .1- Horn* Chief noiv ■ hi . I 'lll- White K.'i([l#, liin afro. Xearly 3,t)(K) [nclijiriH were present; The roiicii- were feathered, (Minted and be decked in their gorgeous hlunketij and wcih tin lioxiK of the union. I'cili'.i • 11-lnni H'lll.H- that the ill. (MM in* thief fthnll nelect Ins huh i| from the mos...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 May 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. No. 122 JAPS CHASE FLEEU RUSSIANS PRECIPITATING ANOTHER SEVERE BATTLE WITH HEAVY LOSS Rumored Junction of Two Russian Fleets After a Desperate Battle in Which Three Japanese and Two Russian Cruisers Were Lost BHAN HAI KUAN. May lit.-The Fir«t Japanese army corpi overtook the fleeing Rumiana 20 miles s,,ntli of Uiayang xesiev day and a bloody engagement followed, The Japanese dragged their guns up ap parently insurmountable hills. Tin l!us*i;:ns continued their retreat to the north. A <li\ i-iuii ii the First army corps is approaching Newchwang, w hose evacuation , is confirmed bj a number of women who I)H\ :■ jilsl ai li\ ed hen ST. PETERSBURG, Maj 10. A diplo matic rumor this evening haa it that the Vladivontok and Port Arthur squadrons have effected n juncture alter a desperate I battle, in which the Japanese lost three eiiiiseis and the Russians two cruisers and torpedo boat destroyers. BT. PETERSBURG, Maj 10. General Kuropatkin has sent a lon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 May 1904

THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at the pcatoffirc at Tacoma, Waah., aa »econd-clas« matter. USES TUB SCRJPPS-MRAE TELEGRAPHIC M-.'.VS SKKVICE. OFFICE, T6S COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a _£-T ■*""**?>. 25 Cent* a Month, $3 a year. Week, by Carrier or by Mail. -''vT c 'o..*-"'"* by Carrier or by Mail. THE IS. P.'S CHINESE WALL Tin' wily manner in which the Northern Pacific has been carrying out its firoject of/"bottling up" Tacoma, while working in S for trade and pitying the frame of that, city, is strikingly shown by an inspection of the tax duplicate. .For -.'veral day* The Times ha« had an expert at work delving int.. the property holdings of the Northers Pacific in Tacoma, or, rather, AROUND the waterfront of tin- city, especially in the tide land district, and the results are almost startling. The Northern Pacific owm large tract* or strips of land through the tide Hat-, 80 placed that they wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 May 1904

METHODIST CONFERENCE CONDEMNS RESTAURANTS FOR DISCRIMINATIONS LOS ANGELES, May 10.-]),. Edward 6. Hammond ol Tennessee, a colored edu cator, offered a resolution in the Methodist conference (his morning, condemning the attitude of several \^o- An^-les hotels and 0. A. SHERMAN IS BUILDING INSPECTOR A. O. Sherman was appointed city build ing inspector by Mayor Wright this morn ing, The mayor says the appointment is temporary, but will probabl] be made per inanfiit. Mi. Sherman, accompanied by Barry Grinnel, a hard worker on the Democratic aide during the recent campaign, called upon the mayor this morning at the city hall, and Sherman 1! appointment was the IS SHOT DOM 8Y AN ASSASSIN MONTEREY, Cal., May 10.—Regimental Sergeant Major K. A. McKeimc of the fifteenth United Siatcs infantry, station ed al (amp Oril. was fatally shot about midnight and officers "re now hunting for CITY WAN TS THE MONEY At 10 o'clock this morning the sinking fund commission, which is composed of Mayor Wright...

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