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

r •: INTEREST CENTERS ON ROSE CARNIVAL Tacoma is no« enthusiastically planning /or tbe Fourth of July celebration, and <■•.(. i ■mlly the ro»e ■"i nival. The interest In.the coming carnival i* increased by the iaetthat the name* of 28 of the most popular ii>uii(t luilitw in the city have been ful>«mfted,l<u the carnival queen conleAr. , ii i 11. Ca*e, chairman of the executive committeeV installed ballot l»ixe» in several <li ag >-l«tx-i* of the city today, and people im» ii.ue a (!:..tii-o to i \|im •■"< their ■ in>i< <• for n queen. . ■ ■ The |ilau'adopted by the committee to rritislate lhi> context i* xiflipli Kadi vol.' -' co«t*;10 <-ent», «nil the voter placet the name M In- choice and number of vote* in * sftmll cnv«!oi>e, which will In 1 pro videil, uiu^enclofew the money—lo rent* fi-r e»"'!i vute~in the envelope.-". ,T!ie Iwllolx; will I* counted every few day«. and tlic public will be informed ■ ; tinmigh the;pre«i of the'^landing "i t...

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 May 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. No. 138 SENATOR MATTHEW S. QUAY THE NOTED REPUBLICAN LEADER DEAD BEAVER, Pa.. May M.-Matthe* Btan k>v Quay. United Stales senator and the Napoleon of politics, died at his home fcorc today at 3 o'clock, al the age of 70 BENATOB MATTUEW 8. QUAY. 1 Senator Quay had been growing gradually weaker tor several weeks and liis death was not unexpected. Matthew s. Quay was born at Dillsbury, York county, Pa., September ■'!<>. ls:tt. He graduated from Jefferson college in IS.">i) iind was Admitted to the bar in 1854. In AMATEUR BURGLARS TAKE BIG RISK FOR LITTLE HAUL Burglars entered- the hardware store of the Fuller-Knatvold company, on the cor ner of Ninth and Commerce street, last night .mil escaped with about $5 in change and a silver watch, which were taken from the cash register. Evidently satisfied with their haul, the thieves passed a large Mtfe in which there wan a considerable sum, although the door might have been easily swung open, as f...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 May 1904

THE TACOMA TIMES _ Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at th» tx>at<»ffire tt Tacon»a, Wash., as iecond-cla»a matter. ' .',,..., .. . , — ÜBKS THE BCKIFPSM \l 1 ! i.l<i It Al'll li NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, ;<U COMJIEUCE STItEET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents * -<rS£^£*b^ a c'«nla • Month, 93 a year, ■ Week, by Carrier or by Mail. C^3EJ'* by Carrier ot hy Mail. THE NEW METHOD OF REVENGE btri f.ur i" pnM9M thai Dr. Louii M. Sninwn • t-citiara ot v <'eiui.. f t it batter nfio- he bad nd bia qratem of tbia i- MY »»AST WORU TO NEW HAVEN. Hi» is the new vendetta, the ad- W hen crlmy IW.th. the bastard chlU of Crime, v,,,, ■,1 method of warfare. The blast- In lolling the title» shall announce .7 " • Hhpurpose tea Ight upon thy gate, ing of a city with mnooth-flowini? ten- Then shalt Ihou be depripulate tenceJi i« to him what submarine* and l>e«erted and loi.akfit left a prey '" 1"1" •""*' -ul.ininn-< and &^&Sr!?jryjs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 May 1904

RECORDS BROKEN IN BIG TRACK MEET TODAY niiLAi.rn.PHiA, !>„. May -is. j, n Taylor of Philadelphia today won the 440 --yards rinsh in 4!) is seconds, breaking the intercollegiate record. Schick ot Harvard HUNGARIAN NOBLEMAN WANTS HIS BEAUTIFUL WIFE BACK CLEVELAND, May 87.- Another Inter national marriage has turned out unhap pily and another beautiful American girl, who wedded a title, is now in the divorce court leeking release from the ties that have changed from love to hate. Three years ago Charlotte Hart, of Cleveland, accompanied by her parents. vent abroad. She was beautiful, talented, and her parents were wealthy. In Vi enna she met Baron -Inles Taknc* de Klm Joka, a Hungarian nobleman. He fell In love with the beautiful Americas girl. l'apfi and * Miunnia Hail, sensible Ainci leant, objected to the affair and spirited the girl away. Baron Jules, etc.. in big hot blooded Hungarian style, followed, and after a pursuit extending over half ot Europe, won his suit. It whs at Na...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 May 1904

4 INTERURBAN LOSES ITS MOST CAPABLE OFFICER » B. K. \\ rl«on. the well known commtr rial agent tin the Int. nil and Taeoms Railway A F'ower company,. has resigned hi» position and „ will go today to Fort Smith, Ark., an general agent for tin Kan* Ms t'itjr Southern railway. •r Hi Wilnon h«« been per*onally very OVERALL TO THE RESCUE BEATTI.E, May M.-C.i.nt Overall Tmllpil Seattle-nimHi down from the top (I* 1" •' here yesterday, winning the |t«riif the t-onre of 7 to 2. The big mail completely ml -t :mi! the Siwach *li)g ft i- *evea of the latter fanning the, fit mouphere. Five of the Seattle player* TOMMY SHKKHAX MCAI.INO SKt HM). finiled, to .connect with Overall* Hips and curve* during the fentire (nine, while Mohler, Delahanty .111,1 Hall each neeuied a pair. - Doyle; and Mclaughlin-were the heavy bnttn« , among , tin Tiger*, , while. both EagMi in,i Xordyke failed to find Barber. ■The game inu clean-cut from the Mart. Both pitcher* were in excellent form, Inn U*rbcr'« support w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 30 May 1904

PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT SPEAKS TO SOLDIERS AT GETTYSBURG TODAY SPEAKER'S STAND \T GETTYBBI RG. GETTYSBURG, May 80. President I November, 1863. Other presidents have Roossveli arm, ml here at 8:30 this morn- deliß»>teH to jouruey there and do honor i ne brave men who fell in the country s irn alter a leisurely run from Washing- greatest battle. ton, He occupied the private car Courier with Mrs. Roosevelt and Ins two daugh ters, Miss Ethel and Miss Caro, Secretary Loeb ami Dr. ltixey. Breakfast was served at Penmar, where most ut ilk niiiht was spont. A small erouil gathered at the station and just Ik I fore leaving the president spoke to them from the rear platform of the car, ex pressing his pleasure at the meeting. The train stopped at Reynolds avenue. where the party entered carriages an'l were driven over the battlefield, At 11 o'clock he delivered the oration of tlie day. Prayer at the exercise- wan of {•red by Dr. Edward Everett Hale, chap lain of the t tllttd Slates senate. It ...

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

THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. ' Entered at th« portoffice at T«romii, Wuh., m tecond-clata mattwr. USES RirrsMRAF, TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SEKVIC& OFFICE, 788 COMMERCE STREET 7 TBLBPHONK MAIN 7*». One Cent a Co; Sis Cents a ird&SSS&Stn. 23 *-''9 • Month, $3 • year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. . "^SB^* by Carrier 01 by Mail. DILL SMITH AISD HIS MOISEY ;» Hill Smith from being a |*x>r man has »ncldrnly become a rich one. Iff d,i« <■" mo into In- -hart- 01 I hi' * I „*>:« 1.0. M which Mi-«. Vandevbilt anil Mr«. Orlrich* hamlnl over, to him and In* relatives* a* thrir portion .of the Fair r.«tste. He ha* celebrated bis new fortune by "blowing off" hi* town to ,1 nigh of tvliole *•!<• bkmiueting. Ifcwarlu and gpucrnl rcjoioin;;. fie lid* bouglit an iiutoinubile iii which Ik- i« going to take » trip to St. I.ooi». We may laoffa .it Hill smith and nay that he i- no more foolixn th.in are nine OIK "I every ten mm who -mi-lcTilv (...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 30 May 1904

TIGERS SLAUGHTERED IN A ■ d "TOWN BALL" EXHIBITION Seattle is*. Tacomg 3. ' Hung out Mike Kisher! Bring out Due Kvans! Kill 'em! Kill >m' Every body up in the air! Why don't you hire Another pitcher. Mike? Haven't you got an.\ money? Over the fence! Kill "em, Seattle, kill em!" Tliis is a sample of the discordant howl and wnil that went up from the grand- Ma nd and bleachera during the exhibition hi "oM town ball" as played by the Tigers tin- morning. ll the name- re-einbled closely a mot lot picture show, where the actors -hut and shy aimleaalv over the oanvM, and it v«k a continuous performance, too, but jiot lor 10 cents. The fast became dizzy ii- 1 lie acore rapidly piled up against Ta coma. Xo one knew what would happen next. Michael Fisher m called upon to go in the box, but lie didn't respond. Fitz gerald, with his arm as limp as a rag, •ran forced to pitch out the entire nine innings, and the barbarous Sj washes soaked kirn for TWENTY-POUR hits, three of them good for rou...

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

J- CLOVER CREEK WATER PUMPED INTO MIS WHILE THE SOUTH TAGOMA WELLS ARE SHUT DOWN The question of a water supply for j Tacoma ia becoming a ceriou* one. Since the «ea«on of lawn •prink! commenced, TeMdtntn ..i the lull distriutx have been •hort .if water during the latter part of the day. In some home* the water -Up pi} has hern ho want that there has Wen scarcely enough for domestic purposes and lawn sprinkling ha» been out of the ' ijursiion altogether, The ,it\ season has Just commenced and each week the de mand for water increases tod the •itu.ition grows more wcrioii*. Tile (linn!, -, . m- 1., Im' at pumping sta tions A and 11, which arc unable to force sufficient water to the hill reservoir* dur ing the clay to maintain the pressure when the lawn sprinkler* are put on, A short tune ago it was discovered ,it pumping »t»tion B that one of the valve* bad be come clogged, .in.l for era] day* before the liitiii'iil'y wan discovered the pump* Were forcing air into the main* instead o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 31 May 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. No. 140 JAPANESE OCCUPY DALNY—COAST BLDCKADED-BAnLE IMMINENT TOKIO, May 31.- General Oku, com mander of the army operating against Port Arthur, reports that the Japanese occu pied Dulny on Monday. Over a hundred warehouses and barracks, besides telegraph office* and railway sta tions, were found uninjured. Over two kn»dwd railway can are still Unable, but all the small railway bridges in the MifkbrnrlMod are destroyed, All Ike docks ami piers, except the great pier, which vim gunk, remain andamaged. A number 'of steam launches are also sunk *t the mouth of flic dock*. -■ ••— ST. PETERSBURG, May 31.-Refugee* from Dalny, most of whom are Chinese, 6tnte that the Japanese arrived there short ly after the evacuation by the Russians. In the meantime bandits had attacked the place, burning and pillaging many build ALASKANS WILL HAVE PLENTY OF FRESH MEAT THIS At 2 o'clock this morning the Elilni Thomson, or t'hp Pacific Cold Storage com pany, totted out the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 31 May 1904

=== _THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. ,---- I I •••H at the pottoffica at Tacoma. Wuh., m teco*d-<laM matter. USES THE SCRIPPS-M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC news service. OFFICE, 788 COMMERCE STREET ..." TELEPHONE MAIN 733 Cne Cent a Copy, Si* CenU a sW'Jt^^. " Ctnti ■ Month, $3 a year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. C*^PP D by Carrier ot by Mail. THE MENACING MINES The most effective weapon In the present war ia easily the tabroarin* mine, It lifts been "almo*t a* de»tructire as guns ami torpcdoci combined, Each side has lot! a battleship and aever*] smaller craft through its agency. It i* the key to the Port Arthur situation. It is the king of the Yellow -.'a. . Both -the Russian* and the .laps have proved that it i» posuble to inflict heavy damage npon an enemy with mine* without running any (treat risk. They may be placed while the enemy i- far distant or aecrctly during the night or thick weather. It if a mode of attack that calls for no courage. A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 31 May 1904

CATEPILLAR ARMY THREATENS VEGETATION IN THE NORTH END Re»id< n« of the north pan of town are alarm,,l over the ravages of a band o: caterpillars whiM hue lately made their appearance there, ami are eat tag up everything in the shape ol regeta t'"n in that pan of the city. The great en devastation has taken place in the set lion north ol Tacoma avenue and between r-igiuh and Eleventh streets. There the pests are > (l numerous ihat in some in they cover the trunks of the treet so completely that it is impossible to see the bark. The pests live on the leaves of the trees, plants and flowers, and there is danger that all vegetation in that part of Ihe city will be ruined. The caterpillars appear to be young ones, and ate horn a quarter of an inch TACOMA BOY LEAVES WITH CIRCUS The circus baa left town. So has War jcti Malloy, age 12, ion of Mr. and Mi-. S. A. Malloy, who reside on the corner 01 Thirteenth and South .1 streets. The parents draw but one oorfclueion from these two tac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 31 May 1904

4 ROBERT M. M'UNE MAYOR OF BALTIMORE COMMITS SUICIDE Baltimore, m.i . May 31-M.»or Rohert M. llcljune of, this tity shot and killed himoclf ye«tei-day afternoon in hi* Wlitjom at his retidence, 28 Weal Preston street. Iliv bride of le»« than two week* 'wan at the time of tin- tragedy axleep iv an, ad joining room and was awakened by the diM'karge of the revolver, which Mr. TIGERS Will IN SLUGGING HITCH 8 SEATTLE, May 31.—1n a slugging match here yerterday afternoon, the Ticern came out with 9 runs to Seattle* 6, although -: each; team was credited with the ;mine nuiuher of hits. It took two pitchers from each «ta(T to ■ witWaud lln bombardment. St. Wain, tot Taroma, Hud Shields, for Seattle, »tart cd thejnnir, but both of these were sent to tlu> ftable after the tir*t inning.' Over nil Mas then rant to the front to lead t It. - Tig*r*<, and William* took sin. i place. The wore by inning*: _ H. U.K. . rUwltlo ........0 00010 %ii 2-0 18 2 Tacoma ......A 1020 20 0 o—o 15 I Summar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 June 1904

Independent in Ail Things FOL. 1. No. 141 MANAGER DDK "KNOCKS" Ti SAEHGERFEST UNDERTAKINS Objects to 8000 Visitors Coming to Tacoma in July Because of His Insufficient Street Railway Equipment—Rebuffs Committee of Repre sentative Germans—The Latter Greatly Incensed and Merchants Indignant "AW don'l want your Baengerfest in racpnia! Take it somewhere else!" Thi* ivai tlic stinging rebuff administered by Manager Dimmocb of the Tacoma Rail- way & Power company to a committee of representative Germans who called upon fcim, expecting to secure Spanawny park for the four days' program arranged for tin annual convention of the Saengerbund, which is to be held here Julj 22 to '-4. in elusive. Manager Diinmock's reasons for denying the committee's request were strictly in h«riiion\ with the "Dimmock" policy of retarding the prosperity of Tacoma. He informed tin committee that the Tacoma Railway & Power company has not the necessary equipment for handling larger crowd* than it has reg...

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

THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoxna Times Pub. Co. Entered at the poatnffit* at Taroro*, Wash., aa accord clau matter. USES THB BCRHTSM 'HAK . LVICB. TELEPnOKE MAN 733 One Cent a Copy, Six Cents • ' ,d^SlX^ Week, by Carrier or by Mail. C^jglpD THE PROGRESS OF THE U. S. The census bureau at Washington estimates the population of the United State* :Mv mi!: Looked nt from on.- point of viewy that of the cart Us population, the figure* <'o not appear large. Eighty million i» about 5 per '-lit of tin' population of tho glolic. Compared with the populations of other countries, however, the magnitude appears. The United State* fcas'a larger population than any other nation wive two, llcwsia and China. China* people are estimated at four hundred millions. Russia lias DM hundred and thirty millions. It i* the unit of population that count*. Vaai aggregation* of people may mean nothing I>ut figure*. Compare the individual American, man to man, with the individii ...

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

IAPANESE STQRM PORT ARTHUR AND DRIVE I TRE RUSSIANS FROM THE OUTER DEFENSES CHEFOO, .Tune L—A land attack on Port Arthur was begun yeslcrdiiy. accord inn to reporti received here. The Russian force* that were driven southward from the outer defenses at Dalny and Kinchow are assisting the Port YATES LOST TWELVE VOTES Ri-RINQFIELD, 111.. June 1,-Al'ut an ! •H-night conference oi the Republican lenders over the gubernatorial deadlock, it was thought thai sonic result! would be noticed today, but tlie sixty-second bal lot this morning showed little change, Yatea losing 13 votes, There was no change in tin 1 sixty-third vote and the convention took a recess until 2 o'clock. ILL USE 7011 JACK SCREWS Nichols & Handle? of this city today commenced the work of raising the Hotel Standee, a mammoth brick structure in Se attle, which settled on account of the ex cavation for the (treat Northern tunnel. The building is to be raised five inches, and to do the work will require 700 jack screws...

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

4 PLENTY OF FIREWORKS FOR ALL OF THE BOYS AND GIRLS .The Taeoma Time^ office had just boon O|)«ne»l thii< morning when two bright little fellows arrived: One was about 8 year* old, end he brought hi* little brother, aged 5. "Here"* two quarter*, mini and we •want the fireworks," w»id the nidi boy.; producing two new subscription* for The I line*. •Two orders on Mr, Theodore, of JHVS Pa cific : avenue, were handed the boy*, each raUihg (or: 1 pkg. Dynamite Fiiwracker*. II punk, I 4 ball ronian caudle, 1 6-ball Toman candle, 1 4-ounce rocket, 1 flying pigeon, 1 humming fire top, ! Vesuvius,- 1 chaser, 1 gra«*hoi>|ier, 1 In, hive, 1 4-inch BALL PLAYERS NEEDED REST ,Tlip Tigers and the Indian" rested to gether yesterday. For seventeen continu ous daj " the two teams have met each other. ao«l the players were badly in need of a rest. ;....Today the In-' game of the third seriei between TiK'onia and' Seattle will lie played on the Eleventh street ground*. The post pond! game of yest...

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

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. No. 142 RUSSIAN WOMEN THROW THEMSELVES DESPERATELY IN FRONT OF TROOP TRAINS Try to Prevent Them From Starting With Their Un willing Husbands and Fathers Who Had Been Ordered to Fight the Japanese BERLIN', June 2.—The Vosaiche Zeitung reports that the lust force of men sent from Kharkoff to Manchuria refused to en ter the train and were finally pitched bodily into the can. Then the wives of the soldiers threw themselves on the rails ahead of the en gine and had to be forcibly removed. Other* took their places and this contin -1 - TARIFF RETARDS SHIPBUILDING BOSTON, June 2. — The merchant marine commission, with Chairman Gallinger pre siding, resumed its sessions here yester day, The commission opened its inquiry jtt New York May .'!. Since that time it has met in Philadelphia and Baltimore. Tlie investigation, which will likely be Completed with the present session in this city, is intended to cover shipowners, ship builders and other maritime affair...

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

J THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at the po*toffW at Tacoma, Wat>., •■ tecoid-claM matter. USES TUB SCRIPIfS ii -1 IlLi •, V AI'H X: NEWS SKRVICK ~~ ■)rnOE, TW COMMERCE BTREET.T.. ~.Trr.. i ....TELEPHONITMAIN 733? "■■■ " . i ' i „ ■■ ■ . 1 —— r—,—, '' ■ -;'».'-■- On« Cent a Copy, Six Cant* a .-£. •P r»~«; 25 Cent* a Month, >3 • y«a», Week, by Carrier or by Mafl. '^f^ * by Carrier m by >ML HOW TO MAKE PAVEHEfSTS LAST The wooden block pavement* of,Tncoma would be gwd enough if llic <•>.»' ; , •! it it— would watch them carefully an 1 remove decayed block* «■ fa*t ai they ' •• " -■ • ■ . , ■-.- v; -,'. - pear. I Such renovation, if systematically cariied on from month to montli. ami from year to year, by a small force of men, would be inexpensive, while at the Mine time tin- »treet* would be kept in flr»t-clanji rendition. The trouble It-.- always been that when hole* began to »p|>«-iir in tlie pave menu they were negl...

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

ALL OREGON DIVORCE CASES MAY NOW BE INVALIDATED PORTLAND, Ore., .Tune 2.-A divorce :jii' on trial here today brought out the novel fact that a state statute exist* which provide* that in all divorce suit* ten day-' advance notice must be given to the di -11 it attorney, who in then supposed to represent the missing party. The statute, ABSCONDS WITH II UUCEjHDHII WASHINGTON, D. C, June 2.—Wil lard Meyer, assistant note teller of the Rational Savings Deposit company, ha* disappeared, taking, so the bank official* charge, 117,000 in negotiable securities. Meyer was last seen Saturday. The bond- Ing company is endeavoring to locate the mining man. BANK TELLER \ SHORT $25,000 ___ i NEW HAVEN, Conn., June 2.'— Douglas M. Smith, teller of the National Trades- Dun's hank of this city, has confessed that he is a defaulter in a large sum, probably |26,900. A warrant was issued for his ar- 1 rest, but Smith has not been found. DROPPED DEAD PORTLAND, Ore., June 2.-E. M. Par gent, one of the mos...

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