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

4 FRIENDLESS AND HOMELESS YOUNG BOY TURNS THIEF - thecter Hollands,'• 14-year-olil boy, w««i brought iv from l*uv«l!ii|i yesterday by I Marshal Mirkenf and confined in the coun '■ ty jail on .i ehaiite of stealing biryclru,! Ho is reported to have stolen at lea>-t ten • heel* around Pin iillii|i. the last one be- K'ligmn to Mai»ti«l Milkens. .'-'.According to tin boy's "to! | hi» exi't fiiii' i> an iint'ortuiiiiio one. Hi- home, if he '..<- on*, i- in I.'- .\ngelen. hut hi parenth formerly lived in Tacoma. when; tncy parted, two -i-t< i - ..ml .i brother no ing with their mother, and he m taken by his father, who later married again in the City of Angel*. 'Early tlriauqprlng Ilia stepmother, will ing to s*i rid of him, he mye, told him linn liis own moth* i liv<il in l'u\ allui and be at once bntia i .i ticket for Tacoma, and went from here to Puyallup. THE SPOOK OF HENRY WARD APPEARS TO NOTED AUTHOR HEW YORK, May 21.—"The Widow* Mile. »nd Other IVychir Phenomena," a ...

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. — 23 May 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. No. 133 JAP TRANSPORTS WRECKED WITH GREAT LOSS OF LIFE LOXrX>X. May 28. The correspondent ft the Central News at St. Peter-burn reports that a dispatch has been received there stating that several Japanese trans ports were wrecked during ■ typhoon in the Yellow tea, with great loss of life. It ii- also reported that typhoid fever has become epidemic in General Kuroki'i army. LONDON, May t>3.—The Central News has received a report that the Russian cruiser Kronstadt has suffered an addition al disaster by an explosion of gas in the bunkers, killing ten stokers and doing considerable damage to the vessel. ST. PETERSBURG, May 23.-There is a report current on the Bourse this afternoon ■ that the Japanese army made a combined attack on the outer defenses at Port Ar thur today and were repulsed. OPIUM SMUGGLERS IRE CAPTURE!) SEATTLE, May 23. The government official* bere and the local police seized 2.0(10 pounds ot contraband opium this morning, whic...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 May 1904

THE TACOMA, TIMES __ Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. EnUred at th« po»toffle» at Tacoma, Wash., m second-clan matter. USES TUB SCRIM'S TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, m COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. On* Cent » Copy, Six Cents 4 '¥%%}■ 2* c"« • Month, $3 ■ year. Week, by Carrier or by Mail. "'^V^.. * by Carrier or by Mail. SOME NOTABLE SIGNATURES ARE ADDED • Among the aignera of The Times' "collective letter*" to Mom, Harriman, Rill ami (darling U United States Senator Addi«on '■ Footer. He H{i|iei)(ied hit* name l«*t Saiurilay with the accompanying nutcment: "I MB glad i> sign. What I'll-. city needs above all other things v MORE RAILROADS." .Today Mayor <seorge I. Wright placed hi* «i|(naturc i» chief executive of the city upon cm-li of the three letter*, remarking: "Tacoma certainly need* more' railroads, and mu«t manage to get them to come here." * i.in,- 1) Campbell, in mriting hia mom on each ktter, iho i i|inamil I i'nnal of ihr effort to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 May 1904

STATE RECORDS SMASHED BY TAGOMA HIGH SCHOOL BOYS The Seattle high school track team won tlie eighth annual Western Washington In terscholutk Held and track meet, held in this city on the old Y. M. C. A. ground*! Saturday afternoon, with a total •core of 75 points. Tacoma high school took second honor", with a score of 44 points, Mallard third with 11 point-, and Everett last with 4 points. Taeoma and Seattle are now tied, each having won four times. The afternoon was ideal for the meet. Large crowds of rooters were present and the event whs the best in the history of the association. , Tacoma high school athletes broke three of the state records for high school ath letes. Tut tie made 10 feet 6 inches m the pole vault, which is six inches higher than the record. Watson smashed the record tor the mile run. He reduced the time from 5:03 to 4:48. Clark broke the record for the half-mile run. which was 2:112-5, by running it in 2:06. ■ Following are the events of the after noon and the ...

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

4 THE NEWLY ELECTED BISHOP CREATES A BIG SENSATION IN THE METHODIST CONFERENCE •«T.05 AXOELESi, Mi] 23-There wa« another M*nt>ation in the Met >.~-t con frrriHt: thin inorninft « Inn I)r. Jan R. bay, rliam-rllor of Syr»cu«e univer»ity, Fyracuiw, X. V.. voluntarily I•o^iglled the offieo of. liislio]!. to which he .it eleetcd H»tunl»y. Id Day's election \r»n due to the pub lihhnl '.|ur\ thnt hr had kno<keil down I*rofem-or Tlardy of Ntn Fernando, Cal., during nit argument on the higher cvili ••l'm The slory turnitil the tide in favor of Day, I),i wa* immediately elected. Df, Dan lin- iinnnuiK iii.il. .i ii.|tu-t TIGERS ARE ON THE TOP ROUND Tin- Tigen rlinohed their i#roh on tin top of the l.i'l'li i \i-!m.|.'. bj tnkinj! a double in'Miler from thf antiquated Seattle buueb. KitZßciald *"«« in the box during tin fortuoon gamr at Seattle, against Charley ll.ill. mid the might) Overall took tlie I u.i-ii aggregai lon into camp again here ill tile afternoon"; IV)th imiir-i- \r-iii...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 May 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. No. 134 SEVEN IP BATTIIIiIS ARE MASSACRED NEAR KINCHA ST. PETERSBURG, Ma 3 24, A Rns lian correspondent it Liiao Vans telegraphs that, according to Chinese reports, a force of Russian* under Oenernl Fok surprised and massacred seven Japanese battalions near Kinchau. It is reported that the Japanese are leaving Feng Huang Cheng and moving north. MUKDEN. May 24.—The town of An jou, Korea, was attacked and destroyed on the 10th by the Runiiang. The Japan ese garrison fired its houses and stores and retired in good order. ST. PETERSBURG, May 24.—The ad miralty denies the report of the capture WANTED THE WARWICK PULLED AND GOT PINCHED HIMSELF Because Robert E. West, a cook, pro claimed his opinion of the local police force and of Mayor Wright in a loud, forceful and boisterous manner on Pacific avenue tin- morning, he is now spending the day quietly in the city jail. It appears that West had spent a few hours and all 01 his money in the War wick saloon a...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 May 1904

'l___jji'E TACOMA TIMES . Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. BBiSSfe""Enttred at tbe txwtoffice at Taco»n», Wish., a* wcond-claM matter. - USES.THE SCHIPrSM K\i TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SEKVICB. omCK, 768 COMMERCE STUEKT...~7. ......^......TkuUMIONK MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cent* a «-f3BSsafen X lVnt a Month- " a year, Week, by Carrier or by MaiL *" .'rf *[*" •-> by Carrier or by MaiL /V. P.'S DISCRIMINATIONS AGAINST TACOMA „'There am comparatively few person* in Tacoma who realize the extent to which the discrimination of the Northern Pacific again -t thi.i city anil in favor of Seattle is A few days ago n citizen of Tacoma, topping over in Aberdeen, noticed a Northern Pacific advertisement there which gave the time of trains from Li. - Harbor to Seattle." Tacoiua wasn't in it »t all! The nliolc Intent of the advertiaemeut wan to igt*or« Tacoma and advertise Seattle in the Gray's Harbor country. This i* only one instance out (if many which might be sited to n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 May 1904

WOMAN ELOPES WITH A BARTENDER Mi-. Louis 11. Rudnick, it is alleged, has •loped with William Edwins, a bartender. The Ruduick home is at 720 South D •treet. On returning from work, Rudnick found his wife gone. Edwins has been staying at Rudnick's home for some days and, the neighbors assert, baa been paying, FIGHT IN THE MINERS' CONVENTION ])i:\VKI!. May 24.-A big fight or-1 curred on the floor of the convention of i tin \\ enteru Federation of Miners this morning when the credentials commit made its report, stating that it was unable to reach an agreement on the contesting ri,eWation from Butte. representing tlie Amalgamated company, or the Rockefel ler interests, and those of F. Augustus Heinz? , which have been waging such a bitter war in Montona against the Amalga mated cVnnpHiiy. The convention finally WRECK STORY A PIPE DREIM FKATTI.K. May 24.-The only founda tion lor thp report that the steamer Cor win. from Seattle for Cape Nome, was wrecked off Vancouver island is the fac; ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 May 1904

4 FISHERMEN GET WHITEWASHED Off Si.: Twin. II hi(«; off JUtbn, 3. That explains •■wli.'r the Seattle -bunch n-ortd a sJiut-out Raaiu-t the Tijierc ye* teritay. $i«a«h Darner twirled ■ puenoin- MI. V( i.Hl.|\ v TRLKMI OIK ARM PULLED ixiw \ A \j>\i. Dl,i\ i <>n«l. iianii-. allowing but on* Tiger to gel tHitlu-i than lirnt station. On t!ip other li.mil. the vioitor* had little tronbla in- connecting with St. Vrain'n him-. and not one* \va* the outcome in doubt. Seattle* victory yextrnlny giivc her in «m krak in tlip sericx of eight games playxt with T«comn JurinA iin iv,..k. nn,l «"•• I' U'sni «;£i(»hut out once '111 l lll|l ill ■ »*tir«. ■ the jmiui .v^nUrdiiy ,wa» without mur. JUith |>itc!i*rN A-tfit« ttivin the kind of support' that pln»ne« tliP fans. TtCCma'd outlitldctM „.i.i,.| theniM-lven with glory, Mi l.tiudil.n jiiirl Lynch each making un u»iml ■ ..;■ hn I li.- • favored Tigerit'who were allowed to reach firstf on liitu were Hht>eh»m, lloyle and Mi Uiifflilin. ...

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

Independent in All Things VOL. 1. No. 135 The "collective letters" addressed to E. H. Harriman. of the Oregon Short Line, to James J. Hill, of the Great Northern and to A- J. Earling, of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul, asking each to bring his railroad into Tacoma, were placed in the mails today by The Tacoma Times. It will require from four to six days for these letters to reach their several destinations, and allowing lor the time required for their consideration by the three railroad presidents addressed and further time for the transmission of answers to this city, it is probable that several weeks will elapse before the re plies can be made public. The three "collective letters" represent the strongest effort which has ever been put forth by the people of Tacoma in the direction of securing MORE RAILROADS. The signers include the Chamber of Commerce, by its president and secretary, representing the vigorous mercantile interests of the city. Mayor Wright, representing the...

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

THE TACOMA TIMES _ Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. F.otorrd at the tMMtofflce 11 Tacoma, V „h., m second-class matter. , USESJTHE SCRiPraillAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS BKRVICK. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE 5TREET.........;;.." TFXKPHOXK MAIN 733 Ono Cent a Copy, Six Cent* * rrdffv&iS&m. 'a -*n(* * Month, $3 » year, jWeek, by Carrier or by MaiL C^^^^ :> by Carrier mhy Mail. A COUNT ON THE ROCK PILE ' * ~~ " An envelope bearing the raid shown ol\ *•• **• .M. SERVICE j m ,)„. , „,-,,e r of thin editorial wan the cap- FOREIGX OFFICE i(a , . (<(i( . (l( „i il|Ml Marion |.-,,,„„,.. i.,.,,, 5 S.: VGrOJV> O. D. DK«le. ' lie wan expecting * rmUtanee. He \v.ts «v it borne with diplomat)*, he •■<<•]. ii.it the British etnhaaa) luid no hesitation ' about UMng ltim us a inesftengcr, -iri. 1 lie wanted ■ loan. 11, rot it. He diaplnyed tli« envelnpe, and a.-iuic NV«■ Yorkcm came down with the in»!i. He had ■ hard-lurk *|j>r>' that wai thavniing in it« aristocr...

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

RAILWAY MAGNATES HE ASKED SOME SEARCHING QUESTIONS NEW YORK, May 23.—President Trues «Ule' oi the Lackswanna & Western rail way wax the chief witness at tint morn ing* session of the. interstate - commerce communion. Counsel for Hearst repeated questions which were asked last year, but which w«re answered. "Do you know who tixes the price of anthracite co»l carried by y«ur roads?" 'I suppone I do. after the action of Uw VERDICT FOR TYNER-BARRETT WASHINGTON, D. C, May 25.— rinsing argument for the defense in the Tyner-Barrett ' pontoffice conspiracy ensw was made this morning. The case went to the jury at 3:80 thin'afternoon. Ai ;t:fl(i the Jupj returned a rerdid of Hot guilty. CELEBRATION PLANS PROGRESS The various committee! of the Fourth ol July Celebration association are now kept busy arranging for the big celebration. Thin evening the rose carnival committee will meet in the federal court room. Chamber of Commerce building, to select sub-committee* to look after the detail*...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 May 1904

A. EVIDENCE STRONG AGAINST PASQUALE "*v < '1 Da i»-. under whom " Charles S. | :• tiiK\ ««■« i»intil'v«><l «« an insurance no " li< itor. it-tin (p»d from Seattle totlny, where f'/hp :\\ ■♦•it on \thw i/ioi:iuig following t'i« , .murder of ISrH,\. Mr. lUiley wa« not In f .linfii to ««lk tif she trngnijr when t-eeii by ■j TiiiK-j- ■;. ii>|wrt<rr at hi* office in the i California .bunding thi* morning. lie 1 ►tttted,-howeter. tl.a- PaMyule, the Italian' ■^ «lm,i« umler,arrest for llie murder, waa; ; Mi»n tole.ive tin- iiimiiiiikv cuuijiany't of „ lice wit'i tit ay not more than an bOM . and « half before llie crime was com- Dllltfl. ;fTo' l«ir(lifi- «4Utmtiuii* relntive to tilt nioiwv arraHpemetit which pxtated between P.i*nu.ite iind lhe'" inurde'rod in«n. Mr. Hailey.'.pleaded (l<«t he id already told too tmiili t.t the liewi-papi-r*, bill intim.it . <d that lie Jk in |«i»*«ti.i»>n of w>me factn ... ■nhii-livvill go hard ttgain«t the 'm-|m--i ■.«ht» thry...

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

Independent in Aii Things VOL. 1. No. 136 THOUSANDS OF FIERCE JAP EYES ARE FIXED INTENTLY UPON ALEXIEFF AND KUROPATKIN ST. PETERSBURG, May 2ti.-The ru-j lnor is confirmed by the war office that I General Kuropatkin is in a position whera I he iiin-i either meet the Japanese army under General Kuroki or evacuate his linen of defense between Alukdn ami Liao Yang. Tin general, with his present force of men, favors a retreat, while Viceroy Al-j fNiet). who originated the plans for the! HENRY C. FOOTE, WELL KNOWN TACOMA BUSINESS MAN COMMITS SUICIDE NEAR CHEHALIS TOOAY CHEIf ALIS. May 2b. Henry C. Foote. a wealth} man ami a member of the Bart' lett-Foote company of Tacoma; also an officer in the Chehalis Condensed Milk company, committed suicide last night, iifriug a small revolver, on the roadside neai ( heh.-ilis. The cause is unknown. The body will be sent to Chicago for burial. Foote'g wife and son arc now in New York. Mr. Foute left Tacoma Sunday morning on ,i business trip to Chehfl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 May 1904

THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. ' .'' EntTtd at tb« pottotflw at Tacoma, Waah., a* —coid-clai* matter. USES THE SCRIPPS-M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SEIIVICE. «■■- ' ' i .i...'.-. ' - i, . ■ ■ — OFFICE, 708 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733 One Cent a Copy, Six Cent* • rrfi&rt^rl&in % Ccnta a Month, 93 a year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. C^SS^ > by Carrier of hr Mail. UNCLE SAM AND HIS FARM LAND When Uncle Sam get* through with hi* land lotteries th. coming iwnmei. new map* will have to be uwde of mail utatea, while the farm value of the coantrj will be shored up several notche*. Font Indian ir*erration» are to be opened, the government having mad« more ft le*» factory arrangement! with tbo ted men. In Montana, some 1,100,000 acre« «ill be thrown open. For tin* jiriie winner* lmu>t pay $1.23 an acre, and are limited to 010 acre*. In North Dakota, 101,416 acrca will be awarded, nt $4.i)0 per acre; and in South IVkota, 416,000 acre*,...

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

BIG BUILDINGS IN SEATTLE IRE THREATENED it SINKING EARTH SKATTI.K, May 28.—A big sensation has developed here as a result of the dis- BOverj that the excavation of the tunnel lor the Great Northern railway under the city threatens to wreck four of the! largest and finest buildings on Fourth avenue. An a result of the settling of the pound above the excavation, the walls of th< v Hotel BU ider, a $200,000 structure, are reported to be.cracked; also the walls ol the Federal Court building. A settling of SUPPLIES FOR FIRE SUFFERERS YAZOO CITY, Mi- . May 26. A train load of supplies arrived this morning For tin' fire sufferers and homrlpss. The in surance adjusters will settle a* soon as possible to relieve the distress, H.ink.-. wire opened in temporarj quar (<■!- in tents t'nif morning. The original estimate of $2,000,000 loss hold a good. THE CANALS ENGINEER John !•'. Wallace, general manager of the Illiimi> Central railroad, has been made JOHN#. WALLACE. chief engineer for ...

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

.*'*&■£ STATESMEN WILL ATTEND ARBITRATION CONFERENCE ! LAKF. MOHONK.'N': V.. Hay M. rv.., M; Dickinson of Michigan, Justice Brewer ot ill.' I ruled Sintm Kupreme court, Oen eral (). O. Howard. General Stewart I. \\ inmlioi.l. Congre*snian Littletield of ' Maine, President Gilman of Carnegie in-ti ttie, ml ISdward Everett Hale are a few «;" th<> noted men who have niimiiied their intention of taking part in the tenth an nual conference on international arbitra tion, i.> be held here during the ranting week.; .Indge George Grr.y, -who i» one of the four representative* of. the United States TIGERS DOWN ANOTHER PEG Parke Wilson"* bun. of ball player* took the Tigem into imp .it .Seattle auxin j-esterdny, the »c<i|-t being 8 to I. By the in—ttioiik, Seattle climbed to necon't place I'll the ladder and Tacoma dropped back to third. <liai!i\ li.iil nn in the 1•■ i x !<n ihf \ii lor*, hi.! I'm 'lii.ili! v\ lio Roored a »lmt- KAGAN AM) His TKRRIrn >UIM: cut .u'.iiii...

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

Independent in Ail Things VOL. l. No. 137 IS COMPLETELY ENCIRCLE PORT ARTHUR 10 PREPARE FOR SIEGE TOKIO. May 27.-—Port Arthur is entir ly enveloped by the Japanese. Admiral 0 Togo has established a complete blockade around the southern harbor entrance and Liao Tung peninsula, while the Japanese land forces hare swept the Russians from their defenses wed of Dalny, in the im mediate' rear of Port Arthur. Additional detail- of the storming of CARDINAL SATOLLI COMES ON AN IMPORTANT MISSION ROME, Ma) 27. -Cardinal Satolli left i this morning for America. WASHINGTON, D. (.. May 27.— ] Though they decline to discuss the mat- j tcr publicly, it is known that the Catholic church leaders in Washington and else whers throughout the country ale indulg ing in much speculation just now ,i- to the real purpose of Cardinal Satolli's visit I to the United States. I !is. eminence sailed from Naples today, and it is understood [ that upon his arrival in Xew York ho will proceed direct to this city. Se...

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

THE TACOMA TIMES ».1 | I _^.--^. J 4..^. . .- —„ ■■ T - , ■, . „,,,,. • , „ 1,,.. _,fc_ ■„..,.,, | | „ .- ■ „ 1., . . - -.......i. . P.. ■' ■ Every Evening Except Sun da/ by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. EnUred «t the poitoffict at T*rom«, Wa»h.. •■ wn-.il rlw matter. USJES .li. S*KiI'I'SJ!RAK TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. ' : I. i .^ i: ._ ■ ■ ...- '. , , ;■,' ,, —7 OFFICE, "68 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAI 733. Oat Cent a Copy, Six Cent* a tr (-&frrr^T^_ M Cent* * Month. $3 a year, Week, by Carrier or by MaiL C^^^O by Carrie* 01 by Mail. THE^FRIEND" OF TACOMA The interest which the Northern Pacific railway taken in the welfare of T.i tanva may lie gauged by the "passenger depot" irbioa it maintain! on Pacific aveoitr. Tbi* drM-rpntiible old structure, which look* more like a cheap cowabed than > depot, ha- been m.iinUiiied for years, an eyeeore to the people of thin city and i c<iu«e for wonderment and gibe« by traveler*. A decent, plain *truclure could have long ngo been creele...

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

REV. DR. RANDALL OF OF TACOMA HONORED l.os AMOELEM, Ma) 27. -Dr. K. M. i; ml.ill. pnaidoßt ot the Univenit) of Puget Sonmi „t Taeotta, was elected gpn ei.il secretary of the Bpworth league by tin- Methodi-t conference to.lny. Thk is regarded as a great victory for the West. NARROW ESCAPE EOR OLD WOMEN SAN FRANCISCO, May 27.-A fire Which broke out in the Crocket Old Peo ple's home at noon today threatened for a time to destroy the building and result in a holocaust. The prompt action of the tire department, however, ■-used the build ing and presented loss of lite. -.il of the aged innuili's were removed aafelj. HANGING IS SAX QUKNTIN, Ciil.. May Fran cisco Oclioa, a Mexican, who \va« sentenced to '«' hanged today for the murder of his mi»tiesK at Bakanfleld, has been granted • reprieve of 30 days. MARINE GLIMPSES The collier Mackinaw, Captain Storß, ar • jived last night from San Francisco, but brought no cargo. She is loading coal to day at the electric bunkers, and will leave for t...

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