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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 7 January 1904

"BY CARRIER 25 CTS. A MO/*TH VOL. 1. No. 16 MAYOR TAKES STAND ON LOCAL THEATERS "If it should be found that the faeaters of Tacoma are not complying with the law in the matter of fire escapes and appli ances for the control or prevention of fire, or if there are not the proper number of exits, such alterations as are necessary will have to be made at once or the the aters will be closed until the law is com plied with." The above statement is Mayor Camp bell's position in regard to the theaters of Tacoma. Acting under instructions from the may or. Fire Chief Jesse C. Poyns and Build ing Inspector O. L. Tuel have made a thorough inspection of all local theaters today. 1, *:<:<#» When asked in regard to the results of their investigation both officials de clined to make a statement for publica tion, but admitted that not one theater in the city was complying strictly with all GETS AFTER ROOSEVELT WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 7.—ln the senate today Penrose presented a large batch of pe...

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. — 7 January 1904

2 THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. USES THE BCRIPPS-MRAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. On* Cent a Copy, Six Cento a 25 Cent* a Month. |3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. by Carrier or by Mail. BETTER CABLE SERVICE DEMANDED From the preliminary action taken by the city council la.it evening it appears quite evident that the flinmy excuse given by the street railway people for the pres ent wretched service on the cable line in aot to be accepted. The citizens of Ta coma object to being made the victim* of little "pneumonia earn" thU winter, just because the street car management wants to operate with a weakened cable until it can get another strand twisted in to repair that rope. Why due* the company not put in a new rope and be done with it? Then it could operate with CsMtd tarn, the only ones tit for use in winter. But it ha* no new rope on hand. No? Why not? A company ...

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

LIQUOR DEALERS HAVE A PLAN CINCINNATI, °- Jan- T.-Rep.esenta tives of the leading organizations of liquor dealers in the country met at the Palace hotel today and began a conference to dis cuss the feasibility of amalgamating the various organizations. The organizations interested in the movement are the Retail ,H- Oli l ealers> association, the Knights a uldells and the Kn>ghts of the Royal Arch Ihe announced purpose of the pro posed amalgamation is to protect the in terests of the liquor dealers, particularly in legislative matters. * WELL, THEY MAKE ENOUGH CHICAGO, Jan. 7.—At their annual meeting held.here today the stockholders of Swift & Co. acted favorably on the proposition to increase the capital stock ?L\™ copany from $25,000,000 to $35, --000,000. Ihe new stock is to be issued at par and to be used in acquiring wholesale distributing markets and refrigerator cars. The small margin of profit in the packing industry and at the same time the mam moth extent of that ...

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

4 HOLD UPS AT LARGE T'.io police department is making a thor ough investigation nf the circumstance* at tending the holdup at the smelter Tues day night, but have made no arrests. \\ lioevor they men were, they have disap peared as if the earth had swallowed them. The county otteata "re awaiting the result of the police investigation lie tore taking any steps in the matter, al though the hold-up occurred outside of the police jurisdiction and in that of the sheriff. BANDITS KILL BALT LAKE, Utah, Jan. 7.—Motor man Uleason was instantly killed and I 'on ductor lii'ighton wao mortally wounded by bandits wno attempted to hold BO a street car in their charge on the last Side this morning, a few minutes after midnight. The death of the molorman directly resulted from the fact that his revolver was runty and refunod to work. The bandits made their eocajK; after the attempted robbery without bothering the pamengcrs. CHANGE IS MADE NKW YORK. Jan. -.-'Hie directors of the Union Pacific today ...

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

25 CTS. A MOJVTH VOL. 1. No. 17 EMPEROR OF JAPAN REVIEWS HIS TROOPS TOKIO, Jan. 9.—Twenty-six thousand troops were reviewed on the Aoyama field today by the emperor. They composed the First division, known as the Imperial Guards, and will constitute the Third division of the Japanese army if war is declared. An immense crowd witnessed the re view, which was regarded as a farewell leave taking. The emperor went to the field in a state coach, but in the review was mounted upon a handsome horse. A brilliant staff and all of the foreign attache* formed a noteworthy escort. PARIS, Jan. B.—News reached here to day which indicates that Russia has made Japan some concessions, thus increasing the prospects of an amicable settlement. HONGKONG, Jan. B,—Two hundred and fifty British, soldiers, members of the Sherwood Foresters, have been suddenly warned to hold themselves in readiness for service. Troops are being made ready and trans ports arranged for. Their destination is unknown, but it is ...

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

2 THE TACOMA TIMES __ Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. USES THE BCRIPPS-MRAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Oopj, Six Cents a aajdatt -r> Cents a Month, |3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. by Carrier or by Mail. SERIOUS TROUBLE IN SPOKANE The First Methodist Episcopal church choir of Spokane went on a. strike laat Sunday and refused to sing, not because the members wore working iHUIiIM, but for the rvason that Pastor Dills had informed the married organist of hia church that it wu wrong to dance at parties and ball*. The lady conununiaated the fact to the choir, with the grieroua remilu mentioned. It happened that the organist was the wife of the secretary of one of the local dancing clubs. She wouldn't hear to her husband going out ami dancing with the other girls when ahe wan not present, and wli.n she went along with kirn Pallor DiiW voice wu rained strenuously in objection. On the other hand, th...

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

HUSBAND IS SUSPECTED SEATTLE, Jan. 8. Bine* the strange murder <>i Georgette Flynn in the restrict ed district police detective* bare been working day an.l mgin to lolve the mys tery. Albert .1. Flynn. husliaml of the murdered woman, is respected. ll e is known to have made threats against his wife, and the pair have not lived together for years. Flynn has the reputation of Iwing a bad man. He was badly cut in a fight in Spokane several years ago, and he was shot in Sacramento some time later. He was in trouble in Seattle about a year and a half ago, when he came here from San Francisco with a young girl called BoniU. He was fined $50 and costs on a disorderly charge at that time, and after paying his fine disappeared from this sec tion, so far as the police know. Of latf hi- is supposed to have been living in San Francisco. TAGQMA TRACKAGE Considerable discussion has been heard •a the water front the last few days rt g;vnliritf the trackage and freight handling facilities of ...

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

4 HAVE MADE NO REPORT No report has yet been made to Mayor Campbell by the city building inspector and fire chief of their investigation of the local. phyhousea. The two officials making the investigation will say nothing regarding their report until after it has been submitted to their superior, beyond a statement that all building ordinances were not lived up to by the managers. It is not thought that any of the the aters will be cloned, as it is thought that alterations can be made to comply with the requirement*. ' Mayor Campbell has stated, however, that it it is reported to him that the theaters are not arranged in compliance with the ordinances they will be closed unless the proper altera tions are made. LOST SAILOR Inquiries are being made for Charles Greenfield, ■ tailor from the schooner Hal cyon. Ho left the ship Several days ago at Aberdeen, Intending to return. He failed to do h> and the schooner Railed without him. The Bailor*' union baa taken the case in hand and i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 January 1904

By CARRIER 25 CTS. A MOJVTH VOL. 1. No. 18 STEAMER CLALLAM FOUNDERS Went Down Off Victoria—Tug Richard Holyoke Arrives Just in Time to Rescue Eight Survivors-Tug Sea Lion Rescues Twenty-Four Others The Lost Includes Well Known Tacoma People-Complete List of the Drowned and Saved Special to the Tacoma Times. PORT TOWNSEND, Wash., Jan. 9.— During a terrible storm in the Straits of Juan de Fuca, the Puget Sound Naviga tion company's steamer Clallam foundered at 1:15 o'clock this morning. When she went down the ocean tug Holyoke was alongside of her, but in the face of the gale that was blowing and the heavy sea she could do nothing towards saving the ill-fated vessel. The efforts of the crew of the tug were directed toward saving the lives of the passengers on the steamer. Less than one-third of them were rescued. The others went to their death beneath the waves. The scene was never to be forgotten by those who survived. Men, women and children were drowned while the waves were dishing...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 January 1904

2 __ THE TACOMA TIMES __ Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. DM THE SCRII'J'.- M I: \l. TKI.KiRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONI MA IN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a .... 'I.'","'' 25 Cenu a Month, |3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. by Carrier or by Mail. THE CATASTROPHE UPON THE SOUND Early thin morning, through driving storm mistt", Dwith glided over the wutere of the Sound near Victoria. Scores cried out for help. The great wavcm rolled and washed and then, with a ►ulleii surge, clows 1 over steamboat and passengers. The Clallam. new and presumably staunch, had been suddenly overwhelmed, even while assistance wu clone at hand. 1 Another chapter to the marine horrors of the coast has lieon added. Such a terrible diKiiwter, following so closely upon the heels of the Iroquoil holocaust and the two frightful train wrecks of the last fortnight, ig well calculated to net the public pulse to beating with renewed apprehension. No place...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 January 1904

FIGHT FIRE FOR TWO HOURS Hard fighting for two hours by Tacoma firemen was all that pre.vuted a di-as trous conflagration in the factory district last night. Fire was discovered about 930 o clock in the dry kiln of the Robinson m, .on,, uvallu P avenue. The kiln was piled full of dry lumber and the flames had made considerable headway before » workman discovered them creeping up the end of the building. An alarm wag Bent to nre headquarters and two engines with the hose wagon and a hook-and-iadder truck, made a record-breaking run to the scene. Meantime employes of the mill had got ten out a line of hose and did all that was possible to keep the flames in check but their efforts would have been of little effect but for the prompt arrival of the hremen. A strong southwest wind was blowing and the other factories in the district and the Northern Pacific freight offices were threatened with destruction. Volumes of dense smoke poured out of the kiln blind ing and almost suffocating the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 January 1904

4_ HHII ENTERS BILLIARD ROOM The billiard room in the basement of the Berlin building, corner of Pacific ave nue and Kkventh street, was broken into at an early hour thin morning. Small change amounting to $2 that wan in a sack in the bottom of the cigar case and a few cigars were taken. The thief gained entrance to the build ing by breaking the plate glass in the front door with a piete of rock, and then reached through the opening and unfasten ed the spring lock. A piece of rock was found on the floor this morning, and it is surmised that th» thief hurled it through the door and tin n waited to sec it the noise attracted any attention before he entered. A small amount of change is left in the cigar ca*e every night to begin business with in the morning, and it in supposed that the thief watched the placing of the money there last night and went back with te expectation of making a big haul. POLICE NOTES Too much drink brought William Brew -er and John Bragg into the police court t...

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

By CARRIER 25 CTS. A MOJVTH VOL. 1. No. 19 MIKADO SEIZES SHIPS FOR TRANSPORTS MUTSUHITO, EMP EROR OF JAPAN. WASHINGTON, L>. 0., Jan. 11.-Ad vices to the state department this after noon are more warlike. The mikado's gov ernment has seized twenty merchant yes- Nels for transports. A report from Seoul states that the ■1 Ruaria guard there is being constantly augmented. The Japanese minister called at the state department this morning for a conference with Secretary Hay. After his departure COLLISION CHICAGO, Jan. 11.—A collision oc curred this morning between a trolley car and a Milwaukee &, St. Paul train "aI Ir ving Park boulevard. Charles Fagin, mo tornian, and George Walker, a passenger, were fatally hurt and twenty others leM seriously injured. LAW'S HAND ON THEIR THROATS WASHINGTON. D. C, Jan. 11.—The cases of August \Y. Machen, former gen eral superintendent of the free delivery service; Samuel A. and Diller Ji. Groff oi this city, and Mr. and Mrs. George K. Lorenc of T...

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

2_ : THE TACOMA TIMES __ Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. USES THE SCRIPPS-MTUE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cent* a — "';•/ _ 25 CenU a Month, $3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. '-/_'.„'i*^'* by Carrier or by Mail. THE PUBLIC WANTS THE FACTS Not until after the official investigation in made into the cause* of the sinking of the (Inllam can any criticism of Captain Robert* or his officer* be justified. Ac cording to the best general information up to this time the captain acted as a brave man should have acted and hi* officers were fully equal to him in heroism during the dark hours of extremity anil peril. The Captain did not desert his ship. The wave* finally washed him off the dec* and ht wa« caught and hauled aboard a raft. The other officer* appear to have performed thir full duty. There may have been ■ mistake, a ternule mistake, made in sending off the boat* loaded with women and c...

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

BOM GOES TO NEW HAVEN NEW Vohk. Jan. n. William Jen nings liryan lefl today for New Haven uh.-iv 1,.-., him,,,— in connection with the iennet. will oa^. Krom there he goes to Indiana, where he is scheduled to deliver two soeeches. FEBRUARY JURORS A venire of 40 jietit furori to serve at the Februarj term of court was drawn by Judge Must,,,, Saturday. The list ,„ v lOUowi: F A. Walt,,,, Fern Hill; Fred Conrad, Puyallup; George Balsley, Alderton; Aaron Blewh. South Irai .■„■; ,\.o. Hanson Park land; Knnis Williams. Spanaway; John Sager, Roy; M. V. shir. ci c Harbor: S. 1' Judson, Lake City; Robert Chambers Koy: John Lindbloom, Wilkeeon: Stephen Judaon, Steilacoom; \V. R. Mesik Sum neh: Evan C. Evans, Wilkeson: '.I E Mallnw Andenon Island; 11. A. Wilhelm' Fern Hill; Chris Malgurd. Midland; F G Hairs. Muck; Simon Mettler. Reservation; A. M. Hungerford, M. V. Hawley, B. C. Rowley, c. A. Campan, John Carty .1 \\ Brechtel Q. 11. Fowler. F. 0. Nelson, J. Chrutopheraon, C. A. K. Naubert M •I...

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

4_ RUSSIA CONCEDES KOREA TO JAPAN, BUT NOT MANCHURIA PARIS, Jan. 11 Diplomatic advices to day state tliat peace in the Far Ka»t is a-m.tl if Japan "ill lx> content with . and keep her hands off Miinchuna. Japan is now negotiating with Korea for ,i confirmation of her concessions there. IU RUN, .1.,n II Hie foreign oflice to -■■its the belief that peace will bs SAVED AND THE LOST !? PORT TOWNSEND, Wash., Jan. 11. The following is a list of bodies recovered: Captain L. Thompson, Victoria; \V. 11. Gibbons, Taeoma; Eugene Hicks, Friday Harbor; Alex Harvey, deckhand; lli»n Kthcl Diprone, Taeoma;' Mrs. Thomas L. Sullina,' Alt. Sicker!. Mi- Louise He rris; >S]>okane; Archie Hudson, member of the crew; Miss Galletlev," Victoria; three uni drnljlk'd women. 1 Thirteen bodies, all told, have been tak en from the water* of the Straits.' .The remains of Miss Harris came ashore at lieacon Hill park, the< body of Miss <!al letley, was picked up at Clover point, near Victoria', while...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 January 1904

'By CA'RTUE'R 25 CTS. A MOfITH VOL. 1. No. 20 JAPAN DECLINES TO ACCEPT THE RUSSIAN PROPOSALS LONDON, Jan. 12.—The Japanese am bamador this afternoon made the follow ing official statement: "Russia, in her last reply, suggested the neutralisation of a part of Korea, while reoogniitng Jfantw predominance and rights in that country. Japan is unable to accept this and is now preparing a reply setting out suggestions, [f Japan secures what she wants in Korea, negotia tions regarding Manchuria will take on a more friendly tone and the crisis will be considered passed. At present it is impos sible to say if war will result." PARIS, Jan. 12.—A dispatch from St. Petersburg states that it is reported in diplomatic circles thai Japan has accepted the last Russian counter proposition. This decision was. reached after a lengthy con ference between Foreign Minister Lains dorff and Japanese Minister Kurinn. PARIS, Jan. 12.—The foreign'office per sists in stntinic it si belief that peace will l>...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 January 1904

2 = THE TACOMA TIMES _ Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. USES THE SCRIPPS-MRAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. ■ - -. - - ■ ■ - ■ . One Cent a. Copy, Six Cents a -^f^^^- 25 Cents a Month, $3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. **%*£*£££*!&* by Carrier or by Mail. THEY CALL THIS ROYAL SPORT Hi-it- ix a pen picture. Dr. W. Seward Webb, J. A. Burd*n, Jr., James Lawrence and perhaps a dozen more ni< ti and women who have money and arc topnotclicra in society, were armed with guns. They secured over ■ thousand birds in all, mostly pheasant*. Dr. W. Seward Webb and his guests killed the birds for fun. Dr. Webb has a great park comprising thousands of acres in Vermont. There he has his gamekeepers and guards to keep out intruders. The place is a veritable Eden for wild animals. There are no dogs or tats; the sound of a gun is seldom heard. Dm gun shines on primitive nature, and the great forest seems good. Mother phea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 January 1904

LAUNDRYMEN OF TWO STATES MEET IN TAGOMA NEXT MONDAY The Interstate 1-aundrymen's association of Washington and Oregon Anil meet in Tacoma next Monday, January 18. The states of Oregon and Washington will be represented and about 100 delegates are expected to be present. The Interstate association wu formed last year in Portland, Ore. Its purpose is tor mutual protection, discuission of mat ters pertaining to laundry work and for social intercourse among the members. "Hems separated as we are from the Na tional Uumdrymen's association by the mountain! and a long trip on the rail road, said the president of the Standard laundry this morning, "we organized an association of our own at Portland last Au gust for the same purpose that the Na tional Uundrymen's association was or ganized for. Tacoma waa chosen as the next meeting place." The association will have its headquar ters at the Tacoma hotel. The meeting FIERCE COUNTY PIONEERS MEET On Wednesday, January 13, at the Ferry museum, th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 January 1904

4_ LAND SLIDE A small landslide kept a force of men shoveling and blocked tin- lower Pacific avenue car line m it the wharf this nioin iiiit for a short time. MARINE NOTES The T. C. Reed brought in 400 cases o» salmon for tin' Uanfa today, and tomor inn will have a carload of pickles in bond from Liverpool. • beginning tomorrow morning, the Bead will go on the Olympia run in place of toe l.i» I, which goes on the urydock. The lU-ed's ruu will be covered by the Bkagit Queen. MAJESTIC REBUILT Work is li(iiiji rushed on the steamer Whateom. formerly the Maiestic. It will be two «erl - wt before the itremaT ' for her old Seftttle-Vwtoria run. Ih. \\ batcora baa been nndergoing re or .i lkmil two niotitlii and comes out practicall] a new vessel. She bai been tpenaonaa out, giving her greater •tabilt ty in a seaway, and also greater panaenger and I'reinht capacity. The Whatconi mil In' in command oi C'-aptain Henry Carter, HUNTING LICENSES Hunterit' hoeiiHCti have 1m j«.'li issued to A. ....

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