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

4 FURIOUS BULL FIGHT WITH FATAL RESULTS " FKATTLK. June 2,— F. X. L* Bounty) »-««;;gore<l and towed in the air by an tniiijni bull in a corral near his home, 1228 Itoy street, last evening. His wife, who is 65 year* of_. ugv, ru»bed to hi« •lane< > • ndjJ«ade hcruic effort* to cave her liih- Iwnd. Nosh, hi* 14->»arold «iv, attacked thejbull with i piirhtoik, and was com l>»lled to climb the corral fence to mm- his e»n We. h lia» been the ii^iial custom of Mr. Lm Honiity i. oirrj a pitchfork into ihe bull jnn t witfc him for protection whenever he had :"occasion ito• go . ii" ii the fetoctoua In'ast. Ht fed the animal each night at 6 oVlo<-k,-Hn<l wa» just about to perform that , act when attacked yesterday. In >''.<«i of cairying the fork, an was In usual rule, he took a heavy club with him last' evening. The "fork had been miMlaid, and he did not lake tin- trouble '•> bum it up. As «ooi a* he entered the corral the bull chanted. He »«< able to beat ...

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. — 3 June 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. No. 143 Mil BELCH AND THUNDER I ROUND ABOUT POUT ARTHUR LIAOCHAXO, Tune 3. It is rumored! hui ih.it another great battle is in p 'gress im'.ii- Port ArtbttT today, (on tinuou* cannonading is heard from the Knit ii. All additional force of 15,000 Japanese is reported to have landed at Takmhan. CHRPOO, .Tune 3.—The Japanese have landed snot her body of troops at Tsing tttitM, 20 miles southeast of Takushan. A junk which arrived here yesterday brought KANSAS RIVERS ARE AGAIN ON RAMPAGE KANSAS City, Mo., .Tune 3.—Two days of continuous rain have caused the Kan and other streams to rise rapidly. The Missouri jumped one foot over night, and the Kaw is going Up at the rate of four inches every hour. Railroad communication is in a chaotic condition owing to the numerous washouts. At Kmpoi'ia the Cottonwood and Neosho rivers have covered the valley with a vast sea of water. At Plymouth the water stands two feet above the highest previous record. Colon*l Powe...

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. — 3 June 1904

THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. ■ ... Entered at the pottofflce at Taooma, Waah., »• taeond-elaiia matter. - > uses THE SCRITPSM KAE TKLKGRAPUIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 763 COMMERCE STREET... TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cent, a S3 Centa a Month. $.1 • year, Week, bj Carrier or by Mail. '"'sßß^ by Carrier ot br Mail. MINDS WHICH ARE BOTTLED UP ■ tell-ii- tliat l'nii Arthur i- bottled ap. '\\\< itappat \* m. I'oti At dun [• like •otnt mta's *inda. i bottled up. Th ..;'!■— There i« ii" n.u in loi ■ new convk'tion tn enttr and tin mi «' . ,m inventigntion "t' truth. The .mind i- elo«td In i-"l.iu>,l cor There is the mind that docs not care to look beyond tin periphery of its religion* creed; It utterly lacks the curionity of desire or th« desire «i cuiioMty. Nothing beyond the hoiimUi \ of it- fold entices. To Mich .i mind there in no mental 111 "giving. Ilicre afe no 'doubts to torture. What doe* the creed -«;': What do the ...

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

YATESWITHDRAWSAND DENEEN IS NOMINATED SPRINGFIELD, 111.. June 3.-Charles B. Den«tn WM nominated for governor of Illinois In (he Republican state convention this afternoon, on the seventy-ninth bal lot, the Brat vote taken by tin- convention on reassembling. After assembling this morning the con vention adjourned until -' o'clock this aft ernoon without taking a ballot. During the rcotaa the party leaders held a long: conference, and following this Governor Tatet announced to his follwera that he MARINE GLIMPSES TIDES FOB BATT RDAY, 4:ilS r>. m „ 8.2 foot T H i. ni 11.."i irot 2 (8 p. in 4.4 feel 10::iu p. m U.B feet The North American Trading 4 Trans portation company's steamship Tampico is due here next Tut\«dny morning, to take on 800 tons of quartermaster* supplies (or Forte St. Michael, Egbert and Gibbon, in Alaska. The City oi Puebla, Captain R. Yepton, gXrived in port iron) Sun I'rancJM-o at 10 eYlo.k last night. She i> discharging 520 tons of general cargo, including so...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 June 1904

4 DIMMOCK PUTS UP SAME OLD STORY Hands the Sixth Addition Improvement Club's Committee a Bunch of Promises That are Dense as a Fog-Will Take the Matter Under Advisement and "Investigate" One-Of the imjiuilnnl matters to }»■ ['. takrn up «t the meeting oi the Sixth • Addition Improvement.club tonight will ' be the report o i the committal, appointed I Lsi week to take up the matter of im proved car service in tin South End. lie % committee called on officials of the Rtrcet ."• car company yesterday and urged the | Bjeeemitj of improving the service in that , _ part of the city. The committee asked lor more frequent >ervk* .ii the South Tbcoiim ' line, earlier 1..1- nil the Fern Hill line ,11 the morning, better connection* between the .South Kihl earn and the Old Town town line, and for a better street car •ervk-e generally. * . '■':;.--■ In i«-|>iy to tlic committee, Manage! Dimmock dictated tin following statement, Khuh will ii.n-titut». the report ot th' ejoniiiiitli'i' toni...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 4 June 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. No. 144 AN6RY GDSSAGKS TRY TO RETURN JAP COURTESIES BT, PIvTEHSBITRO, June «.-■ General Bakhar.ofl reports i'iai a troop ol L'o**ackt! attHc-kvH b otronfi .fnp«ne«e position at Pen ( linn I.mhu paM, near Simatine, 60 miles inn ill of Feng Huang I lung, and (trove the Japanese from the heights. The Russian low was six killed and twenty wounded, including a colonel. TOKK). June 4.- It is reported that three . ngagementa between the Japanese and Rumißii tones from the north oe- PASSENGERS MAKE MARVELOUS ESCAPE IN HEAD-ON COLLISION KANSAS CITY. Mo., .Tune 4.—August , Bloomu of Clear Lake, S. I)., was killed and 19 people injured in a head-on col- '■ lision of two Missouri Pacific passenger train* near Mantin, 18 miles south of Kan sas City, last night. The colliding trains J were lie westbound Colorado Flyer and the eiiHtbuund accommodation train, No. 36. Both trains were behind time and were running fast. The engines and three cars MANY KILLED II RUSSI...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 4 June 1904

THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. : Entered at the portoffif at Ticon^ Waah.. «i aecond-tlaaa milter. USES HI ft BlPreiPluf ik.I.K<;RAPHK! NEWS SERVICE. iH-m f. :m COMMERCE 5TREET......;.................TELEPH0NK main va. One Cent a Copy. Biz Cent* a ..i^g^b. to CcnU • Month, $3 • year, Week, by Carri.r or by Mail. '"^iSßf^" by Carrier 01 by Mail. WHY HE RESIGNED ■ In eomnicntinn on the rrMifiMiioii of Adjutant itetieral IW-11 "i Colorado, who Rave ■a « reason fin- hi» action that the state militia «*>• being B»ed a» a mere tool by the Urge ror(>ur»tion« of the ite, the Chicago Tribune Kayo: "The - <il |Ki|»ti<ni attempt l.i annex the legal and administrative machinery of a »i.\<i i-talc mmi-cs resentment and j;.,. - farther in appalling the imagination of nil American- who lieliere that governmental libertj- in worth pre.-ierving." The Tribune ha* „l-,, ■.■,,]'!- " condemnation for the union miner* who commit ted outrages nj...

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

TROUBLES OF LAUNDRYMEN GET INTO SUPERIOR COURT Suit has been filed by George E. Mm- Marlin and Margaret Mac Martin of the Standard Steam Laundry against George \V. Stevens and Kdith Moon, who lw\e re cently leased the Cascade Steam Laundry. According to the allegation* of the com plaint, the defendants were until recent)) connected with the Standard laundry. When they sold their interest to the Mai liartim and left their employ the defend ants «-iii into business for themselves, end it is alleged that because of their knowledge of the customers of the Stan dard laundry they were able to make .i systematic campaign for business which belonged to that concern. The MacMartinit farther allege thai the defendantt ha\e hired (ieorgi- Neff, a LIVES LOST IN EXPLOSION FAN FRANCISCO, June 4. The gela tine plant oi the California powder works at Hercules blew up this morning, result ing in the death of Alexander McC'tillough, ,i machinist; John Smith, foreman of the gelatine plant, anil a Chin...

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

4 TURNER MEETING TO BE HELD TONIGHT -George Turner, ex-United Stales senator, arrived in Taconia .it 3:20 tin- afternoon from California. Senator Turner went .li lfitly 10 the Tacoma hotel, where he wan met by a party of prominent Democrats.- A public meeting ha* been arranged for tonight .it Elk*' ball, at which Senator Turner will deliver an address. /; Not ■ of the meeting have been »ent to all of the surrounding coaotiea, md dele tation* are expected here from Mason. I#wi», Ctiehalis, Kitwip, King. Cowlitz GRANDPAS TAKEN ■ DOWN THE LINE The veteran* Wen the victim* again jre* rteiil.n. For the fourth time during the wctk the Tig»r» opened a tierce bombard ment on Parke Wilson's pitcher*, and the outcome gave tin- striped mi- a firmer grasp on wcond place. The (Irand lui«, in the meantime, are hanging on the ragged edge of the third perch. One more jolt will topple them oft into fourth posi tion, where they will be harmless for a while. Jay Hughe* »'a» eho»en for the (laughter ye...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 June 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. No. 145 FIENDS EXPLODE DNYAMITE 818 UNDER CROWDED UMUI DEPOT Enemies of Non-Union Miners in Colorado Wreak Horrible Vengeance—Eleven Men Killed Outright and Eight Fatally Injured—A Reward of $50,000 Offered for Capture of the Assassins VICTOR, Col., June I.—Three hundred pounds of dynamite, which had been placed in a mine under the depot at Inde pendence of the Florence & Cripple Creek line was exploded by unknown assassins at 2 o'clock this morning while 25 non union miners employed at the Findlay mine, located on Bull hill, were standing upon the platform. Fifteen of the men were instantly killed and eight were fatally injured.' The list of the dead thus far identified it as follows: GUS AUGUSTINE, Victor. ARTHUR MUHELISON, Victor. HENRY J. HAAG. FLECK M'LAIN, shift boss. CHARLES BARBER. - HERBERT M < OY. J. P. HATSOCK. PRKD BUCKLEY. WILLIAM SHANKLAXD. Among the injured are: J. A. Bodlee, face and head injured; also injured internally. Clar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 June 1904

__ THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at the pottofiicn tt Tacoma.^Waab., a* second-clans matter USES THE SCBIPrSMRAB TELEGRAPHIC NEWSSERVICE. OFFICE, 788 COMMERCE BTREET~. ~... TELEPHONE main m. One. Cent a Copy, Six Centa a -jfj^fS^tv 2i *-eDt* a Month, $3 a year, Week, by Carrier «r by Mail. ing^JggjsW by Carrier 01 hy Mail. GRAVE-ROBBIISG FOR SCIENCE AND GREED A cable from Rome wiy> that 260 Ktruwan tombs, dating from about IHM B. ('.. . bare Im-ch di#covered near the *ite of Tarquinii, an ancient city of Ktruria, 4."> mile* ri'iiDiiM-i of Koine. The w|mlcliri>i contained object* of high art'lieolaejical value— —111 lirliiiils and bronze weaponx, gold ornaments and 500 silver liliui.ii- ..li.- -cl«»p« or buckles). Rasom 3.000 year* old show the antiquity of the Etni»c«n civi li/jition. Tin' government purchased one-fourth of the objeett; the rent are for tale. Great are the triumph* of Science! Ami i.hi.I doe* not Ing far b...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 June 1904

PRETTY ACTRESS LEAVES JAIL UNDER $5000 BAIL NEW YORK. .Tune fl— The e«ronerV inquest over the'death-of tin' bookmaker. Caesar Young, was adjourned today, on motion of the district attorney, until Fri day. Kail for Mini N.i Patterson, the chorus girl who was with Young at (lie time of Ilia death, was fixed at $5,000," which was furnished this afternoon. During the inquext Mrs. Patterson was present, in charge of an officer. She was neatly gowned and wore a ?eil to ttcreen her face from the curious. Although ac FIRST REPORT FROM TACQMA'S LETTERS TO R. R. PRESIDENTS T.;ist evening The Times received from Mr. Louis \V. Hill, viee-pfeirident of the (■ii.ii Northern railway, the following let ter. It is the first one received in answer to the letter* to railroad president*, pro pared by The Taconia Times and signed by the Chamber of Commerce and the business men mid shippers of this city, asking thai transcontinental railroads !»• extended to Tacoma. Here is Mr. Hill's letter: » STRONG FO...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 June 1904

4 TURNER TACITLY AGREES TO HEAD DEMOCRATIC TICKET Fx-£enator fleorgp Turner, in his speech j i - It; the l"lk«' hall Saturday night, before a 1 l»«i' of repie-enlative Democrat! from ;' W«itjbw«*tcrn Washington, tacitly ngreoi . to. accept the gubernatorial Humiliation on the Democratic ticket for .the coming)! campaign. Hi« declaration, which wan j jna'le in re»j»on»e to the <lrman<U of 11 mo <i»t* tlirooghoat the >.tMte, and to peraon •l miuoia inoile by every speaker who J.iFte>U\l the >oiiator «t the meeting held HattmUy. night, ««► greeted with a moat «ullnisi iftic, demonstration. Old war- 1 lioi^rt in thr :Democratic r»nk» threw the*•■hat* to the ceiling, aiid Turner wn» chs'ci oj to the ci ho. It \i,i» Ihe firm po»i tive «t,itciiniit Senator i 111 ntl had mad* iHmive t<> hi» Kiihrriutoriiil candidacy. '. Saator Turner niM<l< only .i »ho ad dren at the meeting. He first diacuued the pohtitMl i ■■'. ii ion nationally, affirming tli»t ihe Uemocrata...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 7 June 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. No. 146 JAPANESE CM WIRELESS MESSAGE WIIIS SWIFTLY TUB THE AIR It Tells all About the Bold Russians 9 Plans to Storm Them Front and Rear-Being Thus Forewarned They Mobolize a Vast Force for Defensive and Of- TOKIO, ,lunr 7.—Dispatches received here nay that a Russian wireless message fii'in Pon Arthur has been intercepted b,\ tin Japanese, which indicates thai th< Bussiant there plan to act simultaneously with General Kuropatkin in an effort to dispo»e oi the Japanese force no\» threat ennif; Port Arthur. KnriipHt kin had planneil to attack th« Japanese from the rear and the front and thus annihilate the enemy's force. As ,i result of this information an entire divi sion of troops is being dispatched from Tokio, part of which will land at Dalny and the remainder at Kinchow, I'hs Japanese expeot to have an armj of 100,000 ready by tli«' end of the week to nmt any emergency, C'HEFOO, June 7.—An attack from land and Bea on Port Arthur occurred tast ...

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

THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. . Entered at the p««tnffir» it T»com», With., «i fecoid-claia matter. ;:-V | . USES THE SCIIIPPSMRAE . l.iJllAl-lIIC NEWS SERVICB. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE TEUiPUONB MAIN 733. One Cent • Copy, Six Cent* a s&*9^. 23 Cent* a Month, $3 a year, Wi-rk. by Carrier or by MaiL '"^s!^^" 'by Carrier ot by MaiL JO///V BREISISAIS'S WAY /Raymond Robin*, a lending and well known sociologist, recently declared in an ■dlraai that' Alderman John Hi-ennun, of Chicago, comes nearer living according "to the teachings of Scripture than rams of In- very good fellow citizens. •folia H K''»> woll" alderman. ; To designate ■ Chicago alderman as a gray wolf aaMH everything that in bail, in ■ public official. In plain word*, a gray wolf, in Chicago phraseology, i- a pro fosional "grafter. • did Mi : He certainly did not mean John Brcnnan had higher aim* in life than the average good citizen. Or that he lived a better life, Or that he...

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

CARRIED THE FAMOUS "MESSAGE 10 GARCIA" One of ill,- officers of the United States limy who gained renown during the Span i-h war. Captain Rowan*, the man who tarried the "message to Garcia," arrived in Tit coma today. When the United State* officer* wanted a message to reach Garcia, | tire invurgent leader. who m* somewhere in the wilds of Cuba, the difficult task I tin* (liven to Captain Rowans. His only instruction* were to deliver the message. lie said thai he would. and 1 "made good." Captain Rowans look* like a man who could lie intrusted with an important mis t-ion. Mi- Pace and eyes .indicate deter mination and clear judgment, and his ath letic figure not much more than medium size, shows power* of endurance far be yond the average. ( ;i|it.ii!i Rowans' mission to Tucontii i< no! ii- heroic as the one that took him t!ii< iikll the wilds of Cuba and into fame. He come* here to make a military map (i, the camp (round at American lake for urn' in arranging the maneuvers of...

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

«__ FIVE SWEET GIRL GRADUATES Vhe clam tlay «sercf«>i« of the Cla«* of \9olt of Annie Wright »»in»nary were 1 lit'ld yesterday afternoon. The claw it rom fwis-ed of tive "sweet girl grnduate*," who did the .hi.. of the day in a charming luflnner. Mi*» Beulah l..x>ini-- gave the •ddre*.« ,of welcome to the mbl<-l (nei<t«. Following thin the stage curtains .■were drawn ai-ide, displaying Mif~ Kinmi Miini|i, a> tl.j— prophetevs, ■ iii.l Mi-- lino fipni' Thotnp-oii in m pretty tableau, in vhkh the class prophecy «m- foretold. *.V .>ne «<1 l>'*>y. "No Man in th« House," was cleverly prewited by the fin*-. with the ' •''• of character* an to) )d«>: Mi- Dingo, ■ widow and man li.ttt-i.liu/ Elliot; Mi— Lucy, Mm. Bnig*' BASEBALL AMERICAN LEAGUED : At Cleveland-Cleveland 9, New York 1. I At; Detroit—lkwton 3, Detroit 0. 'At St. l^mi> St. I."ii- ■*. Washington 8. At Chicago— l'hiladulphia 6, Chicago 3. AMERICAN LEAGUE STANDING. Won. L<*t. IVt JV>sto« M 12...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 8 June 1904

Independent In Ail Things VOL.I. ?* 147 DEPORTED DM MINERS DECLARE IHEY WERE SEARCHED AND ROBBED Militia Guards Escort Unionists From Cripple Creek to Denver, Leaving Them Unarmed and Pen niless—Teller County Again Under Martial Law DENVER, Tune B.—Twenty-four deport fd union miners From the Cripple Creek distrii 1 arrived here at midnight on a \\w Qrande special train, watched by nine aimed guards. The miners were unarmed and penniless. They were met bj a delegation of members of the Western Federation of Miners and taken to a restaurant. The miners declare that the Cripple Creek district is no longer safe for union men. They assert that when arrested they were searched by the Knard* and robbed of nil their money and valua bles. The guards took the lii«t train back to Cripple Creek. CRIPPLE CREEK, June B.—Major Naylor, with a iquad of cavalry, left here at nocn today for Strntton mountain, to arrest a union miner named Fridley, who. GOMPERS DENOUNCES CGLQRADQ OFFICIALS Labor Leader...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 8 June 1904

THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at th« pottoffic* at Taeoma, Waah., a* aecond-claM matter. j USES TkiK KCEirPS U RAI. TKLEaRAPiiIC~SB\VB "sERvIukT" ■ "»■■■■■ i ■ i i-i j^ „ i ii.i i i.i . i- f i i i- . . in i ■ «. „ 111 -OFFICE, 7«8 COMMERCE STREET. ;..........TSeLEMIOXB MAIN 733 g" ——il > I y^»" ■' " ' ■I 1 ■ I » ■■ m t I | | . ..LI I 111 LL ■ . „ ..... . . „_ . Oat Cent • Copy, Bis Cent* ■ S3 CenU . Month, $3 a year, Week, by Carrier or by MaiL "^sSffis^ by Carrier m h r MaU. DEVOTION AND A WOMAN 1 John Kenned) »-»» •tar-.iitg. He struck Xew York hoping to get work on the ►übway, and found that mm were being dUcluugcd by the hundredi <- that great "lirrtjett iwarod completion. •*••■ He walked the »im<-i. and ulept in 'the pink ami thought (ibmil Ktikide and wan a de»n«rat? MR, Finally In- itoli ■ |tackagr out of •n rxpiewi wagon, and the law immediately took notice, and John toon fount) him Klf behind the bar.. ; ■_ ■Nj ta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 8 June 1904

DEUN STREET BRIDGE IS REPORTED UNSAFE '.Alarmed by what they consider an un- ; safe condition of the street railway bridge iic'ross the gulcli at Del.in street, citizens of 1 lie South Kml have appealed to Coin inWiontr of Public Works Wel*h to have the bridge repaired or closed to traffic. John I-'. Mead*., who lives at' 4311 South ]..street, with another resident from that par( of town, presented the matter to the commissioner this morning. They urged an immediate investigation by the city engineer, and were HMiired that the ■natter would be taken up at once. It is claimed that the foundation of the bridge Ims become defective through exposure to the elements. A representa tive of the company recently examined t)ie bridge, and reportd that if., condition m- »m-h that a new bridge was necessary. Two years .tin complaint was made that the bridge was unsafe, mid the street railways official* agreed to repair it. About that time a change was made in the local management, and instead o...

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