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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 8 June 1904

4 BUSINESS AT TIE till WMF HELD UP BY NORTHERN PACIFIC "mhw city dock' Si practically mm t pbMed and now the only question which ; trouble* the (inn* which are to occupy it and tin- in-iii iril public i« lien Mill tlio Northern I'acitie put in tin- npur track on the west nide of the w.iiehoiiM> <x> th.it ; the rowdttay may hi- cMiipl«'i«ii and buni- Hp«h iouiiiitiui'il. ..'.■' An appeal was made to Division Supi-r --intoltnt All>f>\ «!n> wired to (Joneral MftnagW Horn, I lit- reply »a- received ; that it ■*»>• out of Mi Horn* line And up to the'president of the road. Monday last, ' Mayor Wright wired the general manager, urging the prowling necewity of . the !■!""■. *'"l »*ked lain if he cntihl not Urge th* ..tin ml- to a *p«edy action. Ax j-et no reply. lim ban i'<'*:vim| by thi> mayor. > The bimiiu-.s people of tin' city are <lin |rn»ted with the dilatory manner In I which the Northern P«citic ix hamllinii thin matter, nn already three inonthii hav...

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. — 9 June 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. No. 148 DHASTIG HUES TAKEN mm union miners Captured Unionists Thrown in "Bull Pen" to Await Investigation—Big Portland Mine Ordered Closed, Thus Throwing 800 Men Out of Employoyment * CRIPPLE CREEK, Col., June 9.—The returning members of General Bell's force of soldiers and deputies, who participated in the skirmish with union men at Dun ville yesterday, declare it is remarkable that' the casualties were not more severe. They assert that full 1,000 shots were fired on both sides, before the nriners_ were finally captured. John (alley, the union limn who whs killed, was shot witli a Kiag .lorgonson bullet tired by a menibe*' of Sergeant Bald win's wquad. It it said that the bullets flew thick and fart around General Bell, but they failed to dinturb his equilibrium. Ho calmly direetetd the attack against the entrenched miners, ordering the accompa nying newspaper men to cover up their white vests And take off their Panama hats, which only served to ma...

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. — 9 June 1904

THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at the |wntt*rfif» at Taroma. Wuh., aa —eond-cU— matter. _^ USES THE KmiPPBM'RAI llAl'illC NEWS SERVICE. OmCE, 763 COMMEaCE STKEET ."."!...! TELEPHONE main 733 One Cent a Copy, Six Cent» a srdfjPSEHbL. ** -cnl" • lonln. W • TMr. ■ Waal, by Carrier or by Mail. C *&* by Carrier OI l>> MaU. .. j-—- T .—_.. . . , SLICK SCHEME THAT WILL FAIL ■ tin |""|.li ■>' i •Him (row liirn ■torn*] ia in t in- wind jn-'. Tw« -tonpicil manipulators, representing an Eastern trading »tam|j con er«n.* »re trying-to induce wnw i>i the retail inerchunU of tin- i-ity to cuter a little ling:, or trust, nlh'h will (ive them an unfuir advantage over tlirii competitors, and vlni-li Mill. hi. iilrnl.illv, milk the conflding public out of tive cent* on every dollar >pcui in the »tore« tontrolleil by the eclieineni. Of nm, the pi-omoter* don't put the matter in that bald »raj when pre«entin^ their project. They mere...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 June 1904

GRAND JURY INVESTIGATING CAUSE OF YOUNG'S DEATH . NEW YORK, .Tune Further testi mony was heard by the grand jury today in the investigation of the death of Caesar online. It ii »aid to have thrown much light on the mystery, hut witnesses W*K closely guarded ami every effort made to prevent the testimony becoming known. Seven witnesses, including the widow, his two brothers-in-law. MeKean anil Luce; Patrolman Junion and Dr. Hanlon, the coroner physician, who performed SAYS BRIDGE IS ALL RIGHT As a result of the request for ,111 in vestigation of tin- DeLin street bridge by resident* of the southern part of the city. City Engineer Davis made an. exam ination of the bridge this morning. After gniiijr over the structure carefully. Mr. ])n\is said : "The bridge it safe. I will make ■ fa vorable report to (lie commissioner of public* works us the result of my invest! gat ion." BRIDE ASKS POLICE AID CHICAGO, .Tune 9. Mr». Frank Pyle of - Bun Fraucit>eo, who, with her husband, the •mi of...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 June 1904

4 OWNERS ASK for BETTER HIE PROTECTION IN NORTH END The nceA of better fin protection' for I the lumber milWMid manufacturing plant* at Old Town was brought to the attention ot \)w cilv council laat night by • pelt tion signed by the manufarturen of that district. Tht petitiontni ash that the '{city extend the water main* along the waUrfro.it in that tection. so that tkt danger of a large fir* may I- minimized. At th? |.ifkciit time the nearest main* ate 1,000 feet away from the mill., and they have practically no fire protection ■except Iftat furnixhed by thy companie* th«n»elve». F. A. Krasnl. who h«« tin- contract to pay* Pacific ,i»i» it, aiked that the council extend the iurn' «ft for the completion of thlt contract from July 1 to Xovemher I. Mr. KiHKal «tnt<-d that it la impossible for Him (• cecure I It* brick, and if the 'contract i* extended he "ill allow the ait] (isnmrraeT up to Julj 1. Jin nun ■iUßieaiion was referred to the street* and aHcy» eoramitte*. I'ltinan La i...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 June 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. No. 149 PRETTY SCHOOL 0118 ENTICED FROM HER HOME Fourteen-Year-Old Bessie Cook Tells Startling Story to the Police and the Arrest of Ben Cozza, a Bartender, Follows Ben Cozza, a young bartender of this oitv, who whs arrested by Detective Fitz gerald lust night, was arraigned before Judge Griffin this afternoon on the charge of criminal assault on a girl under the age of consent. The complaint charging him with this crime, which in the eyes of the law ranks next to that of murder, was sworn to by i Mist Bessie Cook, a 14-year-old school girl, for whom the police have been search ing for several days. The Cook girl, neatly dressed in a tailor made gown, her pretty, childish face flushed with excitement, sat in Judge Grif tins office this morning and for an hour related the story of her shame. She admit ted that she had not been to her parents' home for two weeks, and that during that time she had associated with two different men. Her sister, 16 years...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 June 1904

THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Eatered at the pottoffice at Tacom«, V»»h., at tecond-cla»a matter. •.';''-- CSaS TUB psMRAii rixtGRAPUic NEWS EEKVICB. ~~ OFPICB tea lOMXIERCE BTRKKT ....... ~......... TELEPHOXK MAfN m. Due Cent a Copy, Six (cat* a _rf3g§3!3b>- » Cm* a Month, IS a year, . Week, by Carrier or by Mail. •^gJg^P* by Carrier oi by MaU. A MAYOR AND ELECTRIC LIGHTING It i« encouraging to note that dome of lli»' mayor* of Southern citieg are at tempting to become u*eful official*, instead of ornamental .|.-li\ erei -of aaVii •- i of Vek-iiinc.-'Mayor Head, of Nashville, i» one of thw*. Shortly after in- election In- discovered that the city wa« paying too much for electric lighting, a brave thing to notice, nince at that time the light corporation ha* be customary •trang)« hold on tbe municipal organization. 11. »tarted -i movement for municipal lighting, and the people were with him. The remit w.i- that, .ii a laving of |12,00tl...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 June 1904

POSSE AND BLOODHOUNDS ARE - ON TRAIL OF TRAIN ROBBERS GENWOOD SPRINGS, Col., June 10.— The pursuit of the remainder of the train robbers who held up the Denver & Rio Grande train on Tuesday was resumed this morning by the posse. During the night the outlaws escaped the roundup. Bloodhounds are on the trail and it is IMPORTANT WITNESSES ARE MISSING \i:\\ YORK, June 10.—Mn. Kan Pal tti-tin m again brought before the coro ner today, but the inquest wsj postponed because the grand jury ban Dot yet tin islu'tl the consideration of the case, and bJko because two Important witnesse* .1. M. Smith and wile, brother and sister-in law dt Mrs. Patterson -are mining. It is considered ntrange thai they disap peared about the time that the Sixth SPECULATION OVER SUCCESSOR TO ATTORNEY-GENEAL KNOX WASHINGTON, I). ( .. dune 10.-The proHpective retirement of Attorney Gen eral Kniix has started the cabinet-makers to work. Names heard ill connection with the revised cabinet are Senators Spooner of \...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 June 1904

'■' 4 JUDGE WICKERSHAM IS UNPOPULAR IN ALASKA TURBAN**.?. Alaska Jan. 10.-The Opinion is prevalent here that the term of the United States court in Fairbanks at which he will tit this month will be •Fudge James Wtckernham - lnt-t work n (he Ala*k«n judiciary. Not only i* there • strong antagonism to the return of the Tarom* man to the federal bench for this - district,-'but it hi also known that the Ijudge.'is* im«-•»!! reaching out for another roc*tion. having secured busine** Interest! i »nd mining property in various parts of Al*«k*. He i* now establishing a batik here. ■ The Tacoma judge it not popular uitli 1 'AWkan miners. They strongly oppose ht« views oa mining legislation, and his ilifTt-i --ence of opinion from theirs on the power of attorney la« is the subject of discu< linn in winy meetings of miners all' TIGERS FALL FROM GRACE ..... • SEATTLE, June 10.—After a »hwt stay an the top perch, the Tigers were toppled off here yesterday by the Biwash braves. Charley Hall le...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 June 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. No. 160 THE TIMES PRINTS MORE EXCLUSIVE NEWS-READ TODAY'S EXPOSE OF THE LATEST SCHEME OF T. R. & P. CO. TO MONOPOLIZE TACOMA'S POWER AND LIGHT TACOMA RAILWAY AND POWER COMPANY SEEKS ft MONOPOLY Ma/res a Move to Shut Out Competing Electric Companies and Secure Contract of the City Light Plant The ordinance which was introduced at the laei meeting ot the council, granting a I'pOWW franchise" to the Tacoma Rail way & Powet company, proves, on close investigation, to be an attempt to secure a monopoly on the business of furnishing electric current for power, heat and light. With that monopoly once secured, the I . R. & P. can bottle up Tacoma tighter thiin the Northern Pacific ever did. The franchise was introduced by Coun cilman l.ainliiu a. chairman of the commit tee on privileges, franchises and eorjHira tions, mid is almost a copy of a franchise vainly asked for by the company about a year ago. The passage of that franchise Wile the caus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 June 1904

_^ THE TACOMA TIMES _ Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entrust it th« r-Mtoffir* at Ti«com«, W»ih., a» »«cond-cla« matter. USES TUiflciUPrS-M'aAK TELEORArUIC JiEWS SERVICE. OFFICE/768 COMMERCE STREET^. TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent • Copy, Sit Cent* a .Jgl^ » Centa a Month, 13 a year. Week, by Carrier or by Mail. <i<^gggy"' by Carrier of hr Mail. S/4KED ///S P/4#?7Y I! Thai ma the argument of tin machine force* of the M*<«ouri democracy • srain»t tlie'canditlai-y of .low|ih Folk, the St. Louis reformer, for governor, T'urv |in ii-ihli ij not t.i teg the anaclironf»m of allecio| that a political party •inilil h«- mined liy Iwing purified. A vi nsr of humor might have ftaved them from iIK-h a -illy cry. Hut the -i:iii.lhiji .iiiii\ of the machine mid to comprise 7,O<K) Inn and little Cifliro lidldcrn—made the ni'i-i of tlis paiti*an gonfalon. The machine had v"t'-. inliiirrH i iriility, |x \i et ()ji]m>«v| i.i tlii«tremendou* army \r-it one man —o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 June 1904

EASY ONES SEPARATED FROM THEIR COIN MAKE A 616 KICK Tlii- afu-rnoon Sam Selka. a street fakir, was plying his trade from an open hack, on Twelfth street, near the postoffice, and after he had hVeml the easy crowd out of many dollars, some of .them began to clamor for their money back. Selka, in order to net away from the frenzied crowd, Mailed to drive away, pursued by the crowd. Two l)..>>. Adolph Smith and Sheldon Addicka, who were victims of the fakir, jumped into the rig ami attempted to take the money away iiam Selka. When the cab was passing the police station. Officer! Budecker and Ward rushed from the station and captured the trio. Selka," who is .in American Jew, la sai.l to be .1 smooth swindler. His game is TICIU LEADS PUGET SOUND PORTS PORT TOWNSKND, June 11.—Collector of Customs ('. W. Ide has just issued his report for the month of May. The total value ol imports for the month in the I'iiuet Sound district was $1,207,744. Of" this amount Tacoma is credited witb P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 June 1904

4 MASONIC TEMPLE DEDICATION WILL BE AN EUBIIUTE AFFMri /■\The,new Masonic temple on St. Heleni •venue, . the .-' cornerstone of which was kid by President Roosevelt la*t year, ■will be dedicated next Monday, June IS, with tlaburnte ceremonies. - Ax the grand lodge of the k(ate is to meet on the following day at, Seattle, there will be present at the. vxerriwK hue all the grand lodgo It prewnUtivet, who will arrive in la coma Sunday. .\i 1 0.l „ k .M.'i.'l.n the- grand lo.lgr ml! <■• inorif m tin Maaon ball, on A «About 2 o'clock the local knights Templar and. other Masonic orders will meet -in * body ami -.ill the grand lodge to the new temple. The dedicatory service* nnd literary and musical program will occupy about one bout and a half. A reception will follow mid the guests will be given an opportunity to examine the beautiful building and it* handsome furnishing*. i A reception to the grand lodge officer* will ': be given at 8 p. m., and - it is iv pected that Governor Henry ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 June 1904

- Independent in All Things VOL. 1. No. 161 PRETTY FLORDDORA GIRL MUST ANSWER TO CHARGE OF MURDER NEW YORK, June 13.— The grand juiv this morning found an indictment foi murder in the first degree against Mrs Kan Patterson, who was present at the time of the shooting of Bookmaker Caesai Young in a hansom cat one week ag< Saturday. The coroner's inquest into the cause o the death of Caesar Young was continue! this morning. After hearing the testimony <>f Dr. Edwin N. Kiggins of Hudson Ktree hospital, who attended Young, and Dr Phillips O'llnnlon. the coroner's j\in brought in a verdict simply stating tha Young had died as a result of a pitta wound. Mrs. Patterson, who was in the coroner 1! COUrt when the inquest began, was re moved when the coroner was notified o the finding of the indictment against hei by the grand jury. Young's widow was also present at tin inquest. Mrs. Patterson, nee Nan Randolph, th< "Florodora" beauty, who has been held It jail here without bail si...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 June 1904

r^ THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. - Entered at th« potioffirc at Taromt, Wuh, an tecond-rlan matter. , :*.;cU&bs xiiK^Kii^jii-aAETELEaRAPUio news servTcbT~"~ brriCE, 7«8 COMMERCE BTrSt .\7T. TELEPHONE MAIN m ©•• Cent a Coj'jr, Six Cent* a ~£He?S!!£s&in. M eDt* * Month, (3 • year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. C*33gs* > by Carrier 01 h y M..1. THE STEAM TURBINE '{ T)w* M«';iiu «'iipinf lia- liiitl }tlt day, • ',' Watt* nm<l<- a i-u-.u discovery, when be made" poswble a reciprocating strain ma rttinf.j The cupirif u.i» » revolution'in nie<liani<-s. Hut ii"iv the titan engine ii to be nuppla»ted largely by the »team turbine. - An article in In- Keview 1.1 ttericw* tolls about it. , In .1 wold, the *teatn turbine i- the old water turbine turned by steam. li- M over the steam engine *re, in brief: Tin- power i- rotary instead of reciprocating, »nd therefore continuous. There I) •no thrusting or jarring. Friction i* limited ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 June 1904

TELEPHONE COMPANY AFRAID OE LOSING MONOPOLY IN IACOMA . The Sunset Telephone company, which ■flow enjoys a monopoly of the telephone •business in Taeoma, Is making a great ef fort to prevent the granting of » franchise to an independent telephone company. .Literature, »e\eml years old, showing I lie •Hexed failure of independent telephone companies is being circulated broadcast. Koine of the figures quoted may have been correct when the circulars were first i><ued, but at the present time they are very much out of date. They neglect en tirely that there are in the United States less than a dozen titles of over 20,000 in habitant* where an independent telephone system Is not in wee— operation. A well known business man sizes up the Munition like this: "Taoomn his been • sort of a one cor poration town long enough. Here Is » <hanoe to get in a competing telephone BIG STEAMER GOES TO THE BOTTOM MONTREAL, P. Q., June 13.—The •tenner Canada,, owned by the Richelieu ft Ontario Na...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 June 1904

4 A RECORD WEEK FOR CONVENTIONS , ST LOUIS, •June 18. Th.« will be Ii recftr^f breaking week. for convention* in the World's fair city."'.The American Mn« , tar* ■ of . Dancing , sssociation. Wholesale .Saddlery association of the United State*, ,National Newspaper Circulation M^anagem' association and the National Co-operative association were among the national {bodies that-convened in annual session in St. 4 Ixiui* today. V Included among. the numerous organiu lions to meet here later in the week are the. National Hay association, National GOOD-BYE TO THE SIWASHES ' Tbe Tiger* made an even break in the , clmibW li<«il<r with Seattle yetitcrday. The i morning game. played here, was taken by the locals, the same being 8 to 1, while the afternoon game, played in Seattle, went to WiUon'i t«mn by a wore of 6 i" .5. . It tbok ten innings to decide the after nooa eontett, but the heavy hitters from the suburbs got in tin tint batting inilv. which meant the ; nereamry run. The Tige...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 14 June 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. No. 162 WITHOUT MASK OF) SLUHGSHOT. BUT STILL A WOULD-BE-RQBBER How the T. R. & P. Once Tried to Hold Up the City and Failed -Will Try the Game Once More. In view of the fact that the Tarawa Railway & Power company is making an other attempt to get through the council ■ power franchise that will give the com pany a monopoly on the electric power business in this city, some local history on ii former attempt of the same kind will prove interesting, especially as the fads in the case were never published in full. A franchise almost the counterpart of the one now asked for Was before the council a year ago. The records in the city clerk's office show that the franchise was reported to the council by the fran chise committee May 7, with the recom mendation that it he referred to the com mittee of the whole. Tuesday, June 2. the council met as a committee of the whole and, after a long session, it was recommended that the following amend ment be ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 14 June 1904

THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Eat«red at the pottoffict at Taeoma, Waah., a* *«c«nd-ela«a matter. USES Tint SCKIPPS-M'XUK TELEGRAPHIC NEWS tERVICS. OFFICE, 7« COIiMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAJN 733 One Cent a Copy, Six CenU a .tltim l. » CenU • Month, $3 a year Week, by Carrier or by Mail. c^^^ s> by Carrier •* h ' M'U" HUNGER, A LOST FEELING Civilized human being* do most of their eating through habit, and it is a bid habit. '-■«.-. with whom the wherewithal to eat conies only .i- the result of direct .effort, do it better »nd manage to get along without physicians. We are f «!••.< d Jiy having our victuals too cine* at li.md. "A prolific cause of clironic indigestion is eating rom habit, and simply because Uis mealtime and others are eating." says the Dietetic and Hygienic Gawtte, "To rat when not hungry is to eat without" reli»h, and food taken without relish i- worse tlwn u.^U'd. Without relish the salivary glands do not act, the ga...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 14 June 1904

COUNTY TREASURER REFUSES TO OBEY THE COURT'S ORDER .City Treasurer .'Atkins sent • messen ger to. the office of the county treasurer yesterday to cash $16,000 worth of school warrants, thinking, that, in the light or Judge Chapman* decision Saturday, order ing the warrants paid, County Treasurer Reed would no longer withhold payment. lie was disappointed, however, and an other chapter will be added to the already long story of the wrangle over the pur chase of the Tourist hotel site. This time County Treasurer Reed refuses to pay the interest on the long overdue warrants. Mr. Reed was asked if he would appeal the case if the city did not waive Its right to the interest accruing on the war lant* since the date of the call. "Yes, I think i will," he replied. "There is every likelihood of the superior court's decision being reversed, and it would pay the board to waive the interest and settle' CITY OFFICIALS VISIT THE FALLS Mayor Wright, Commissioner of Public Works Welsh, city Attorne...

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