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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 14 June 1904

_ 4 SCHOOL DAYS DRAWING 10 A CLOSE 'The;bigh «h.v>l ,l« ss of. 1904 will »008 )i.>« oiil of «i«Kiiii- and the member* will'take • their places in , the rank* of the nhinmi. The 4fl members of the clans are' the -remnant* of 110 .> ho entered the fmshtuaa. class four yt.u- ago. Xi jxl in importance to the graduating fxerci«* are 'the class day rpr<iiniiii< ■-. hi* is an occasion especially for the member* of the da** and their invited guests. »The .»»i<.n wan duly observed in thehigh achool building by the mem l>cr* of the cla*n of 1004 thin afternoon. The program consisted of an address by the president., .l>>«>|)h Kehoe; history of tin' ilaw, Kay Baker; dam will, Harold fruilh; i prophecy, Luta Warren; clam poeny Mis* ll.ill oiation, Hihvorth .Tone*. Joseph Kehoe i« clasn president) Mil! II ) Fpellman, vieeprc*ident . Ami or a 'ox, sec retary: Dudley Hardy, treasurer; Raj llakcr.^sergeant-at-armH. At the Tacoma theater tomorrow eve ning the. regnlai gr...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 June 1904

Independent in AiTThings VOL. 1. No. 164 JAPS MOW MX SWATHES THROUGH EHrS RANKS Two of the Czar's Generals, Twenty Other Officers and Over 300 flen Killed—Mikado's Troops are Joined by Reinforcements for Another Battle ST. PETERSBURG, June 16.— General Kuropatkin reports that in an engagement fought on June 14 at Wei'ang Tien, north of Port Arthur, between the Japanese forces and two divisions of the Russian army, the killed included Colonel Khoastonnow, of the First Siberian regiment, and Second Lieutenant Nadochinsky, ad jutant of the same regiment. The wounded include General Gerngoss, and Captain Krintsky, of the general staff. Twenty officers whose names are unknown were also killed or wound ed, besides 311 soldiers. Of these the First Siberian regi ment lost ] 2 officers and 200 men, and the First brigade of artillery lost Bix officers and 60 men. On June 15 the Russians attacked COUNCIL REFUSES EXTENSION OE TIE ON PAVING CONTRACT The Pacific avenue paving proposi tion was bro...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 June 1904

THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. .__ Entered at tba »<xrtof6« it Taom*. Wuh., m xeoad-cU» matter. ~ *~USES THfiTsCIUrPS-M'ItAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. rOFFICK, T«8 COMMERCE 6TBEET TELEPHONE MAIN 735. Oat Cent • Copy, Six Cent* a,., . , iMSSj » Cent* • Month, »3 « yew, ' Week, by Carrier it by M*iL "^QgBV* by Carrier ci br M»0. THE NATIONAL NEED OF OPTIMISTS Who helps, the bmsjC? The nan who looks "i> who carries hope hi '■rca-st and a smile on his lips, or the oae who nurse* n grouch hiul refuses to discount adversity? "You Mlows make me tired," laid the pessimist. "You talk about this glorious country and liberty and happy homes; you advtoi people to ('celebrate'flag day and love their nation! Rot! Don't you know that »more than 100,000 railroad men have been dismissed, and that the re rtfenehment Is still in progress Don't you realize that a strike has tied up the-Great Lakes, and that the labor conflict In Colorado has made the • S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 June 1904

The Live, Up-to-Date Store — The Boston Department Store — The Live, Awake Store "i—J"i-J"^/ "a-""3 I" J J r'cl C • #\ VCS • !(■ ft «H KIH 9rtfß B» P Kkl im')! "D^l 1^ "^7 "^A 313 T\ A BIG BUY OF MERCHANDISE of the D. M. McCarty Department Store of Stockton, California. Herman Lesser bought for the Boston Department Store, of Tacoma, the McCarty $20,000 stock at 60c on the dollar. The Qptire stock is now put on sale at exceeedlrigly low prices considering the quality of goods, .i An extraordinary opportunity to purchase goods at rikxt to nothing prices. The Boston, by this recent purchase, wilt be able to cmwdits doors-Excellent merchandise that needs only an announcement to the general public to make it immediately saleable. Ladies' Suits and Skirts f 11 Men's and Boys' Suits Stylish man-tailored garments, made up in Eton or military cut; SfH} ill Clr7^S ■1 The Suit comprise Fancy Worsteds, CaHHimereH and Cheviots, also shoulder capes, fancy trimmed cuffs, lined with silk or satin,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 June 1904

4 $10,000 REWARD OFFERED FOR CAPTURE OF DYNAMITE FIENDS CRIPPLE CREEK, Colo.. June 16., — The "-.Teller ' county commissioners today voted 10,000 toward running I down the perpetrators of the Inde pendence outrage ; Up to date 145 nun have been de ported, and 72 are still in the "bull pens." ■ ; ••_ -• s TELLURIDE. Colo., June 16.— President .Moyer of the Western Fed eration of Miners has been surrender ed to the sheriff. He Is making an GREAT GOLD STRIKE IN OREGON ■MKDFORD, Ore.. June 16.—A great Btninpode of miners in on omoiif the miners to (irayback moun tain, 30 miles east of here, where the greatest gold ntrike ever made In Southern Oregon Is reported. An 18-j ear-old boy and a compan FINLAND GOVERNOR ASSASSINATED ELSINGFORS, June 16.—General BobrlViotf. governor-general of Fin land, was shot and fatally wounded at the entrance of the Finnish senate this morning by a son of General TIGERS PLAYED RAGGED BALL ' he Tigers were outplayed In ev ery department of the game by the San...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 June 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. No. 156 POSSE WITH 610115 111 HOT PURSUIT OF 1 P. TRAIN ROBBERS "Kid Curry," Noted Outlaw for Whom $10,000 Re-\ «««•*ana ,^ was tan ,, „, „ ward Is Offered, May be In Gang—Ranchers ) ins ' and Cowboys Join In Man Chase BT'TTE, Mont., June 17. —Blood- liounds from the state penitentiary ar, S o'clock this morning took up the trail of the men who last night held up and robbed the Northern Pacific, train near Bearmouth. Ha«l Horses Awaiting Them. The trails showed that the men on loot proceeded south one mile to Where their horses had been tied. There were apparently three rob bers. A large posse, following the dogs, had tracked the men aine miles at 10 o'clock, and expected to soon over take them. Robbers Secured yco.ooo. The belated train arrived at Butte at 6 o'clock this morning. Passen gers say there were three explosions, ■which broke the windows in all the coaches. The robbers are said to have se cured about $60,000 from the express safe. They b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 June 1904

THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Time b Pub. Co. Entered at the «o«t«ffie« it Tacoma, Wa*h., ■• woondcUM matter. '_ uses THB~BcSIPI*SM n.\K telegraphic NEWS SERVICE. ~~~ OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. 60* Cent a Copy, Six Cent* a _^J st*32?tv^ U Cent* a Month, 93 » year. Week, by Carrier or by Mail. <H§g£jg^ > by Carrier 01 by Mail CHEER UP | Cheer up. The world is taking your photograph. Look pleasant. Of course you have your troubles, troubles you can not tell the policeman. A whole lot of things bother you Of course. Business worries or domestic sorrows, it may be, or what not. You find life a rugged road whose stones hurt you: feet. Nevertheless— Cheer up* It may be your real disease Is "selfishness"— ingrown selfishness. Your life Is too self-centered. You Imagine your tribulations are worse than 'others bear. You feel sorry for yourself—the meanest sort of pity. It is .1 pathetic Illusion. Rid yourself of that, and— Cheer up. • ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 June 1904

THE WATER SUPPLY PROBLEM Tacoma's need of a new system thai will furnish an abundance of pure, clear water continues to occu ny the attention the mayor, commis sioner of public works and other city officials, who are considering plans to solve the problem. The nature of the plans upon WhlcH the official! are working has nut been disclosed in detail as yet The city may. it is said, dig about 2n new wells at South Tacoma, anl if this scheme Is finally decided upon tho city would be able to pay for VESSEL BURNS IT THE WHARF SEATTLE, June 17.—Fire was discovered in the afier hold of the steamship Ohio, tied at the outer end ol Moran's pier, shortly before 12 o'clock last night. The flames gainol such headway before the fire appa ratua arrived lhat it took hours to g<'i tliein under control at all. The flreboat Snoqualmie made fast along side ihe big steamship and poured three streams of water into the fiery furnace, but for an hour the water did not. appear to have any effect at <...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 June 1904

/♦> OEATH BLOW TO TRADING STAMP The trading stamp demon was flayed and quartered at the'meeting of business men held at the Chamber of Commerce last night. It was the avowed intention of those who gath ered last evening to Bound the death knell ofi the trading stamp in Taco 'ma, and when the meeting adjourned fell : present believed that the object had been- accomplished. ;, After/ hearing 'report* ' from" the dozen or, murje. committees appointed at Ihe 1&81-meeting to secure the sig- SEALS EASY FOR TIGERS Pacific Coast I.4'atin Standing. , '; ; Won. Lost. Pet. Tacoma 13 34 .558 Lob Angoleti ....... 43 34 .55$ Oakland .........'. 42 34 .668 Seattle ............ 40 35 .533 Ban Francisco ...... 84 41 .4.'.:: Portland .......... 24* 48 .333 Tn n one-sided K-'«nie the Tigers yisi.m., took the visitors down the line In ■ score of 6to 1 The affair of a contest ilmn the At no time were the Bfnis even dangerous, while their Holding wax lamentably "brushy," Fishers men had things the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 June 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. No. 156 PUniGED SENTIMENT HEIST PRESIDENT'S GHMGE OF HELfHJ Senator Fairbanks Still Silent, But His Nomination For vice-president Almost Certain-Wash ington and California Delegates to Convention Reach Cnicago GEORGE B. CORTELYOU. CHICAGO, June 18.—"If George B. Cortelyou is to be elected chair man of the national committee, it is absolutely essential that he come here Immediately." This is the substance of a telegram that has been sent to President Roosevelt by Congressman Littauer of* New York. Strong Feeling Against Oortelyou. After a careful sizing up of the opposition to Cortelyou's selection, this call for assistance shows the in tensity of the feeling among members of the national committee, who be lieve that practical politicians should lie chosen to run the campaign. May < lian^e Sentiment. Senator Lodge and Treasurer Bliss, both of whom have fully approved the president's choice of (,'prtelyou, are expected here today or tomorrow. Their...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 June 1904

___ THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Time s Pub. Co. , ' Entered *t th«> poitoffice at T»cotn», W«ih., «■ wcoid-elai« matter. USES THE BCHIPPBMRAK TELEGRAPHIC NEWS BKRVKH. ~~~ ' (OFFICE, eOMJII IK X STUEET TKLEPUOXE MAIN 783. One Cent a Cop. B.x Cent. 4 I -£&££>??• X *-cnU ■ Moot*. $3 a r«r, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. °^^^ S> by Carrier or hr Mag. ■. ?£llf^fSliT?/ '*" • • This is the inscription on a inonu '■-•'. ■ : iii'nt dedicated at Abilene, Kansas, i UuSSTaJZ^ i the other day, and it tells the story : Died, a Martyr to Duty, Novem- : of P |ain Tom Smith. : tier I, 1870. A Fearless Hero : Out of chaos. in less than a year, ! of Frontier Days, Who. in : Tom Sm | lh created law and order : Cowboy Chaos, Estab- : , „,, ■ : lished the Suprem- : in Abllcne : ac yof La*. .';♦■ It was a big undertaking back in : ; 1870—the days of the big herds of ',•••••••• • cattle In that time the chief di version of the cowboy was in "shooting up the town." ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 June 1904

MPTIS MAY BE RELEASED TODAY WASHINGTON, D. C. June 1.8 — Tousul (ieneral Qummere cables ihe state department from Tangier ihat It hrts been arranged that a cash ran- HIGHBALL WINS ~ AMERICAN DERBY CHICAGO, June 18. — Highball won the great American derby here today; Woodson second, Rapid Wa ters third. Time, 2:'-\?> KEASAL OBTfl CONTRACT. F. A. Keasal was awarded the con tract to construct the sanitary sewers in local improvement district No. 134 by the commissioner of public works this morning. | Kive bide were re ceived, as follows: F. A. Keasal, $4,473; E. M..Moore. $4,864; Lister & Scott, $4,824; Carlson & Swanson, $4,675; Northwest Bridge company, 14,643. DID NOT MVK HAPPILY. The superior court has granted Leila Fogelbaum a decree of divorce from Jacob Fogelbaum for the reason that, since March, 1904, Jacob has failed to provide a living for the plaintiff. JI It V < 'OMM 1S!*IO\ BUS. The Bar association met at 10:30 today in department No. 2 of the Superior court ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 June 1904

4 IT MADE A DIFFERENCE WHO OWNED THE WIRES A reporter for a morning paper ■went to Interview a representative of the Snoqualmle Falls Power compa ; »ay :in regard to the electric wires etrung across the channel ■which pre vented , the • bark Makawcll from reaching the City dock recently. He ■ demanded a statement as to why the company's" heavily , charged wires * were put up in such a way as to men ace navigation. When- it was found that the ob structing wires belonged to the T. R. » P. 1 company all desire for an Interview was ended. The reporter departed and the T. R. & P. organ said never a word about the obstruc tion. , . .■•'..« The wires which caused the trouble are strung across the channel at Fif , teenth street. When the bark Maka TIGERS TOOK EASY GAME I'm ili< (oast League StMiuilniz. Won. Lost Pet. Tncorna . .V1f1.V.7. 44 34 ..'it', I lx>sAn«eles. 4 4 34 .M.I Oakland fifVfrTV... 4:, 34 .558 Seattle ............ 40 36 .526 Fan Francisco ...... 34 42 .447 Portland...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 June 1904

Independent in All Things VCH.. I. NO. 167. UNCLE JOE" GANNON TAKES II FULL OUT OF VICE-PRESIDENT! BOOMERS Says He Wouldn't Accept Second Place Nomination If Offered to Him on a Platter of Gold-Fore cast of the G. O. P. Platform JOE CANNON, PERMANENT CHAIRMAN REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION. CHICAGO, June 20.—Without doubt, Speaker Cannon is the most interesting personality here. Around him centers most of the gossip, and on him are backed hopes that some thing may happen to lift the conven tion out of the rut of uryness, but the lllinoisan is emphatic in his op position to the idea. Presidential llooin for Cannon. A well-defined story is afloat to the effect that certain West Virginia, LESLIE M. SHAW. Missouri and Pennsylvania delegates are preparing to launch a presiden tial boom lor Cannon, and that they propose at the psychological moment to put a number of bands of the Street at the heads of processions of delegates bearing Cannon banners. Plan Not Taken Seriously. It is needles...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 June 1904

<J THE TACOMA TIMES _ Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at the postoffice it Ticoma, Wash., •* •econd-clas* matter. (> 'USES TIME SCFirrSMRAE TELEGRArHIC NEWS SERVICE. ' OFFICE, 88 COMMERCE~BTREET ~ TELEPHONE MAIN 733. B One Cent I C«py, Six C«nt» 4 , rr(^f r^t^^ ** CcnU a Month, $3 a rear. Week, by Carrier or by Mail. c^^^ > by Carrier o« by Mail. TA XA TIOJS DISC Rim IS A TIOIS One of the arguments against the system of taxes that obtains In nearly every state In the union is that ii puts a penalty on the individual who-cannot hide his possessions. , Ilia neighbor calmly lies about his properly and escapes. No one doubts the truth of this statement. | A case in point Is found in Nebraska. George II Josslyn, who own* a $500,000 home in Omaha Is largely Interested In the Western Newspa per Union. His interest was placed on the tax duplicate at $300,000, not withstanding the fact that, as a company, the concern had already been taxed in every s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 June 1904

CITY PLANT TO LIGHT THE INDIAN ADDITION Recent developments indicate that the city electric light plant, instead of the T. R. & p. company, may fur nish electric lights for the Indian addition. Mayor Wright is an advo rate of the proposition and in an in terview he said: "The city is now prepared to fur nish electric current for lights in the Indian addition. This service will be furnished at the same rate and un der the same conditions as it is now PRIZES FOR THE FOURTH The Fourth of July committee mot this morning at the office of Ira H. Caae and decided upon several new features for the celebration. On the afternoon of July 3 a sacred concert will be given by the Saengerbund in Wright park. The morning of the Fourth will be occupied by the parade, consisting of over twenty-five floats, three bands and uniformed members of labor or ganizations and other societies. In the afternoon Pacific avenue will be the scene of a number of races, for which the following prizes will be awa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 June 1904

4 TIGERS LAND ON THE TOP I Pacific Coast League Standing. Won. Lost. Pet. Taeoma : 46 Si .56S l«os Angeles ... 45 35 .563 Oakland.: ..44 35 .557 Seattle '.:.....;.... 41 37 .526 San Francisco II 44 .41 ! Portland ;.,... 26 50 .333 , In two of the most snappy games of ' the season ■ the Tigers made an even break with ■ the San Francisco aggregation yesterday, and thereby mounted the lop rung. The Angels. ' who have; disputed the honor with Fisher's men during the past week, Were taken down the line by the Nordjke I'acd Both Iliimls on Thi-' ' ' One. Poxy Grandpaa from the rural dis tricts. The morning game went to. the , Reals by a score of i', to 2. Whalon had the Tigers on the run during most of the time, and McDonald. Flsher'H new pitcher. Joined in the itampede. The latter, however, is Tli«- \\t\y Overall'! Oarm Looked. the best southpaw iwirier seen here In many weeks, and should be able to hold his place on the Tiger staff. in the afternoon game, Overall, the Invincible, whs pi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 June 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL. l. \o. uvk. "ROOSEVELT AND FAIRBANKS" WILL BE THE REPUBLICAN CRY FOR 19D4 Thirteenth National Convention Assembled in Chi cago-Elihu Root, Temporary Chairman Sounds Opening Note of Presidential Campaign CHICAGO. .Tune 21. —The opening session of the national convention of the Republican party was called to order at 12:14 today in the Coliseum building by Henry C. Payne, vice chairman of ihe Republican national committee, and postmaster general. Probably not since the days of Washington and Grant did a body of men having to do with the selection of the governing personnel of this nation meet under what might be called such unanimous conditions as to a proposed ticket and platform. I'aync Mounts the Platform. At ll:4r>, as Postmaster General Payne, the presiding officer, made his way to the platform, accompanied by Temporary Chairman Root, every one in the hall joined in the greet ing. HENRY C. PAYNE. Delegates now began coming In droves and in 20 min...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 June 1904

* THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Enttfd at tb* postoffire tt T.rom», \V«j,b., •• ttcond-cltna matter. USES THB fSCRIPrS MRAE TELEGRAPUIC NEWS 6EUVICB. ™ ■Jiai.i.i ■ ni ■■ ■! mi Ii i, j_^,| , n i . „„. ,i .i n.i.,11 run ■ ■i- n .- ..a ■■■■if- ■- ■ ii '■ i ■ ■■ .i.iin.i.i » i i OFFICE, res COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE ma/n 733. One Cent 4 Copy, Six Cent* • iftffflßfr-- " CcnU ■ Month, $3 » y««, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. a*sgijsgo<f> by Carrier oi hr M«U. APPALLING FIGURES ' Carroll D. Wright, the statistical authority of this country, pre -1 tents .some startling figures on the number of people killed on our rail ways. : For instance: V ■ • During three rears ending June 30, 1900, 21,817 persona were killed on American railways. • Think of 1t —21,847! . That was as ninny persons— lacking about 200— as were lost i>y the British during the three years of the Boer war in South Africa! The number thus lost in killed and by disease was 22...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 June 1904

"ROOSEVELT ANDI FKIRfiHNKS" WILT " BE THE REPUBLICAN CRY FOB 1904 (Continued from Page One.) When Pennsylvania fell Into, line, other boomlets did not have a leg to stand on.. Cannon's forceful and pic turesque, expressions on the subject of his candidacy settled the matter so far as the New York scheme to nominate him was concerned. Uoosrvclt Kept Out of KinlH. Roosevelt kept his hands out of Ike Bght, but Cornelius Bliss, who represents the president, was con sulted and acquiesced in the Fair banks program. There will be no fight in the convention, although Hi' 1'" may be complimentary rotes for a number of other candidates whose enthusiastic friends refuse to permit the withdrawal of their names. Cortelyou's Selection Holds. The rebellious talk against the se lection of Cortelyou for the national chairmanship has almost entirely subsided. There is no longer any talk of a compromise, looking either to Cortelyou'S selection and subse quent resignation to accept the post master-gene...

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