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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 June 1904

4 UNITED SMS TROOPS WILL HELP THE BIG CELEBRATION A number of troops, infantry, cav alry and artillery, from the United Elates army will take part in the parade on the morning of the fourth of July, and this spectacle alone will be a feature worthy of the biggest celebration ever given. The magni tude of this feature was not fully known until yesterday, when General Funston stated that all , the troops that may be stationed at the Ameri can lake camps on the Fourth will be permitted to take part in the parade, . A octal invitation has been given to General Funston and his family to be the guests of the executive com mittee during the celebration, and if the general'is present he will in i NEW SERIES OPENS TODAY Pacific Coast League Standing. Won l.osi Pet Tacoma 46 35 .568 Oakland 45 311 .563 Los; Angeles 45 36 .556 Seattle 42 37 .532 San Francisco .... 35 44 .44:! Portland..... 25 51 .329 The Oakland team, in charge of Manager Lohman, arrived here this morning, coming up from Portl...

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. — 22 June 1904

Independent in All Things VOL. I. XO. ISO. TACOMA GETS ANOTHER BIG RAILWAY SYSTEM Options Quietly Secured on Tide-Flat Lands Sufficient for Terminal Purposes-A Mystery of Six Weeks' Duration Is Finally Explained-The City of Destiny Will no Longer be Handi capped by IS. P. Monopoly Tacoma is to have another transcontinental railway! There can no longer be any doubt of it. The mysterious movement in tide-flat lands Which lias been in progress during the last six weeks will bear no other interpretation. The movement began early in May. Options were secured with ae •recy. Every effort was made to prevent the facts from becoming public property before the deal was fully consummated. The activity has been in tide-lands in front of the city, in such location and form as to admit only of the idea that they are intended for railroad use. The tide-lands referred to embrace the eastern shore of that channel of the Puyallup river which passes to the bay next east of the St. Paul & Tacoma Lu...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 June 1904

• THE TACOMA TIMES Kvery »i»k Kxrcpt SuiiAa* by Tli<> T«« oiiim Times I'lililiHliiug Company . Entered at the postofnee at Tacoma, Wash., as second class matter. USES THE SCRIPPS-MRAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. ■■OP*"H3H,\7«B COMMERCE STREET. TELEPHONE MAIN 733. '.One' Cent -r'Copy, Six Cents a ■ ■^gJW'%^ 25 cent* a Month. $3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. C3^ggg2P* > by Carrier or by Mail. THE MOTHER-IN-LAW An Oklahoma man /who pleaded guilty in court to spanking his mother-in-law, but claimed extenuating circumstances, wan released with the minimum penalty and a public expression. of regret by the judge that two spankings did not go with the one fin' ;,, What the extenuating circumstances were was not carried by the win* this far.- But possibly they consisted chiefly in the fact that the .'. Judge himself has a mother-in-law. , Many married men throughout the whole country will no doubt feel like congratulating the Oklahoma man. They will feel more like inquir ing, n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 June 1904

CZAR LOSES 5,000 MEN !N TWO DAYS BATTLE ST. PETERSBURG, June 22.—A severe battle lasting two days is reported to-have taken place, near Haidienß, -The Russian casualties were £> 168 officers and 5,000 men killed and wounded. TOKIO, June 22.—Until the ar rival of Marshal Oyama at Taku Shan no serious advances are to be made by the Japanese in Manchuria. This is necessary because of General Kuropatkln's concentration at Liao Yang. iNTERURBAN TRAIN RUNS FULL SPEED INTO AN OPEN SWITCH A collision between a passenger train running at the rate of 40 miles an hour and a loaded freight car oc curred on the lnterurban near O'Brien, 22 miles from Tacoma, at about 9:45 o'clock last night. The vestibule of the forward car was smashed and the freight car was converted into kindling wood. When the motorman saw that a collision was unavoidable he set the brakes and saved himself from injury by jumping just before the cars came together. Xone of the passengers were in jured, but all were severel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 June 1904

T TACOMA GETS ANOTHER BIG RAILWAY SYSTEM (Con'in in (1 fron) Klr«l Rallroa.l men who know K. H. Harriman best say he Is not one to leave a desirable and valuable field open to hi* competitors any longer than Is neces sary. He i.« quirk at perceiving Just > where he can strengthen his position nd is not backward in making tile necessary moves. For this reason they are'ready to believe that the recent flurry in Tacoma tide lands is due to his plan to gain terminal grounds in Tacoma before starting work on his new lines from Portland to Puget Sound. For years Mr Harriman has realized that better harbor facilities in the Pacific Northwest are what he needs. Portland cannot accommodate the big ocean liners he desires to add to his already immense transportation system, and, for this reason, he must seek a harbor elsewhere. It Is necessary to have a basis of operation on the coast and to gain this he must come to the Sound. Several years.ago the Union Pacific magnates started a line to...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 June 1904

Independent in Ail Things Vol.. I. MO. leo. 'TIS ALL FINISHED AND TEDDY OK ■HOIK HEADS 6.0. P. COLUMN Fairbanks Rides Beside Him—Republican Conven tion Nominates Ticket, Finishes Up Other Business and Promptly Adjourns «■■ THE CONVENTION NEWS DOES NOT SIUIPRISE HIM CHICAGO, June 23.—The third lay's session of the Republican na tional convention was called to ordei It 10:80 o'clock this morning. Al 11:04 the roll call for nominations for president began. Black .Nominates Roosevelt. Alabama relinquished the honor tc New York and Former Governoi Black of New York proceeded to \ht platform, greeted with rousing cheers. Wild Demonstration. Black's concluding words nominat ing President Roosevelt brought tht convention to its feet. Many hundreds- Of people were standing on the llooi and in the gallery, and yie cheering continued for several minutes, the delegates standing on their seats, wildly waving flags. Speaker Cannon advanced to the front of *he platform with an old battered war Hag...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 June 1904

■ THE TACOMA TIMESI __ Kvwy Kvcnlng Kvcepl Sunday by The Taconia Times Publishing Company Entored at the po«toßce at Tacoma, Wash., as second-class matter. */ ; USE 3 THE SCRIPPS-M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE. 768 COMMERCE STREET. .TELEPHOXE MAIN' 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a gjfffffjrv 15 cents a Month, %?, a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail, /^gfgg^ 0 by Carrier or by Mail. SUPPRESSING IMPORTANT NEWS It Is a curious —tills habit of news suppression which afflicts , ■MM local newspapers. not Ik i transcontinental railway has been securing terminal space in the lide-tUt district. It has been obtaining options covering; a large tract, and these options arc now on deposit in one of tin- banks of this city. Money has been paid on them. Vesterdaj The Tacoma Times "scooped the. other two dailies In this city by giving all of the facts. It was the most Important news published in Tacomu this year. Today the morning paper appeared without one line of Information, even after ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 June 1904

1 ALL FINISHED 111 TEDDY I HORSEBACK HEADS C. 0. P. COLUMN (Continued from First Page.) Known in i:\crv Household. His.qualities do not need to be retold, for no man la that exalted place isincq Lincoln has been better known in every household in the land. lie is not conservative, if con servatism means waiting until it is too late. He is not wise, if wisdom is to (Hint a thing I hundred times if once will do. There is no regret so keen, in man or country, as that which follows an opportunity unem braced. Fortune soars with high and rapid wing, and whoever brings it down must shoot with accuracy and speed. Only the man with the steady eye and nerve and the courage to pull the trigger brings the largest opportunities to the ground. boohing Forward. He spends little time in review, for thin he knows can be done by the •chools. A statesman grappling with the living problems of the hour, he gropes hui little in the past. He be lieves in going ahead. He bfIUeTM tlnii in shaping the desti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 June 1904

4 TACOMA TO HE THE LARGEST BODY OF ARMED TROOPS EVER ASSEMBLED IN THE WEST ■\Vben the federal and niate troops of II" ire all in camp at American Ih!.«' then will be (or two ■-. in rlot:( proximity to Tacoma, the largest milltarj body that h:i^ ever ajMembied Jn the West. Every branch of the army will be . ■enird and the three camps will con tain between 1,000 and 7,000 men and probably 2,600 horses. When it is eoaaldered that this encampment la noun■>■. i..ii 01 an experiment ami may result in the selection of the lean lake region a.n the perman ent ramp ground of the federal and i>taie troops, it tan be readllj that tin ■ is nt ( , . arable Importance to Tacoma. Tho treatnnii! accorded the troops by Ta ritUens this year and the fa cilities for getting supplies to the camp will have considerable weight With the authorities The fact thai dress parade and faaey maneuTers win tie cut out this will not make the camps any attractive to visitors, in fa< 1 will be more Interestin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 June 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. XO. 161. LATEST REVELATIONS REGARDING miHcuinanL railway deal Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Now Known to be Behind Tide-Flat Deals in Tacoma and Se attle—Working in Close Connection With Harriman tor Terminals in Both Cities (Special to The Tacoina Times.) lUATTLJB, June 24.—The mystery which has for the past ten days en shrouded the heavy dealings in tide land property in this city and Ta c.oma has at last been explained, and In the explanation is revealed the big band of power that has hypnotized local real estate men and set the town agog with wild rumors of the Vast industrial advancement for the city which these mysterious manipu lations are believed to signify. One Million Dollar Deal. In the recent tide-land negotia tions which have been going on ever tince two weeks ago yesterday over 11,000,000 worth of the most valua ble Uncle in the real estate market of Seattle have changed hands, and the name of but one man stands out as the heavies...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 June 1904

n THE TACOMA TIMES Mrery K'vcnlng K\eept Sunday by The Tm-oma Times Publishing Company Entered at the postofflce at. Tacoma, Wash., as second-class matter. USES THE SCRIPPS-M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS BERVICE-, OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET. .. TELEPHONE MAIN* 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a —^^B^^* 25 tents » Month, $3 a Year, Week; by Carrier or by Mall. C!^^^ 5> by Carrier or by Mall. REMEMBER THE MA/ISE AGAIN The New York Sun urges the removal of the hull of the Maine from the mud of Havana harbor by the government; the preservation of such portions of her as may be fit for memorial purposes; and then, with ttJtabta naval ceremony, the Inking of the rest In clean water. It fs> all aentlment, nnd mighty good tentloient, too. AH wars are evil. Logically, iv thib pwea lorlag act they can not :''fended. But fn>a<\ often cornea out of evil, and out of the wat thai followed dotol) the linking of tin- American twttleaktp came Lhe oaiflca ti.>ii of tlie Ameriiiin people. Time ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 June 1904

FIRE DESTROYS BUILDING IN WORLD'S FAIR GROUNDS ST. T.OI'IS, .Tune 24.—Fire this morning destroyed the Hoo-Hoo bouse at the World's fair grounds The loss is 150,000 and is partly cov ered by Insurance. The In ion Bak ing company, which had a concession INDIAN SCHOOLS CLOSE JUNE 30 The Puyallup Indian Industrial i school, Puyailup reservation, will close its doors for the summer va lion next Thursday. June 30. There «ill be no graduating class tins year, l.ni exercises will lie given by the scholars on the dosing day. They arc bus\ rehearsing a cantata for the occasion. About ZBO Indians boys and Kills. ranging in age from ■< to i n y. bave been enrolled this year, while the average attendance has num bered about -ITO. The buildings have all been undergoing alterations and repairs, and a Qumbi of the sin dents had to be dismissed on this account, thus reducing the attend ance. When the school reopens next fall tin number of school buildings will be increased so that several hundred...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 June 1904

4 BROKE JAIL BECAUSE HE COULDN'T GET FRESH AIR The acquittal of Llewellyn Felker at Butte, Mont., recently, of, the charge.of manslaughter, brings to light an interest ing story of his career during the past, three years. Pail of.the scene;,of this story is laid In Taconia. Felker was formerly an apprentice on the battleship Oregon. His en listment expired In 1901, and after visiting some time in Taeoma, he went to Butte to.visit a married sis ter who lived there. ■He found any thing but a pleasant household. His sister's husband was in the habit of ' petting drunk and abusing the wo wan. FHker remonstrated frequent ly, but to no avail. One day In Sep tember,'l9ol, when the husband was especially abusive and had knocked down his wife, Felker interfered and in the quarrel shot. his brother-in law.:. ' „„- V•, .; '. i Hawed Hl* list] Out. Felker was arrested and charged with'i manslaughter. Soon after his Incarceration he sawed a bar of his cell; In two,! forced a window of the jail a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 June 1904

Independent in Ail Things vol. i. mo. 102. OPPOSING FOOGES ARE DHAWN UP FOR GUUHUTIU UNO BATTLE Russian General Plans to Split the Enemy's Army, Then Annihilate Each Division Separately- Japanese IS aval Victory Confirmed LONDON, June 25.—Sensational reports bearing all the earmarks of authenticity are to the effect that a big land battle between General Kttropatkln's troops and those under General Kuroki and General Oku is near at hand. General Kuropatkin is moving to meet General Kuroki. May Be Final Struggle. ST. PETERSBURG, June 25.— The Dispatch today Quotes an un named general in vledomosti as Mut ing that General Kuiopatkin will first disDose of General kuroki and then advance on General Oku. This battle, it is thought, may be the final great struggle of the war, owing to the enormous forces en raged From another source it is stated FAITHFUL DOB GOES TO PRISON WITH NINE-YEAR-OLD MASTER Tn company with his faithful com- 1 panion, an intelligent, old dog, War-. fen Mallory, the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 June 1904

I THE TACOMA TIMES Kvwy Kvonlng Except Sunday by Tli© Tnronia Time* Publishing Company Entered at the postofflce at Taconia. Wash., as second-class matter. USES THE SCRIPPS-MRAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. 'OFFICER 768 COMMERCE STREET. .TELEPHONE MATS 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a Vl^W^v 23 cents a Month, $! a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. "^gg*!^ by Carrier or by Mall. THE "AMERICAN" NATION rotnry Hay's order that our embassies and MBntetCM abroad shall M offl.inlly designated as "American." I. lieing criticized, of course, par ticularly by the Canadians. Th< \en some Americans who have not yet leafned 'o appre • ihe importance of our nation and hare yet to learn that in this mill i S.(v>t:uy Hny ha> only submitted to the sovereignty of loiiu estab lished public custom. Heretofore the official designation has bMB "The ■■tfeasay of the United States," which was Inaccurate, since several other countries are i the "United States," such as V< nezuelu and Brazil. Each...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 June 1904

UNVEILING IF CHIEF COfITES' MONUMENT CLOSED CEREMONIES "The barbecue is no good." said •Toe Young to a Times reporter a) ihe Coats potlac)) this morning. Ho led the reporter behind a building a*d pointed dtsgastedly toward the carcass of a steer which had hem partly roasted, and the aun had tin lsbed the work. "It was no Rood " lw> repeated, "and I want you to say thai in your paper." The failure of the barbecue was a great disappointment to the assem bled Indians. The beef had 1 a roasting for several days, and when it should have been ready to take I lie place of honor at the big barbe cue it whs found to be very much in need of disinfectants. The carcass was cast aside and other food was svbHtitnted. It was a year ago today that Chief Coats passed to the happy hunting ground. He fell from the [nterurban bridge .Mine 22, sustaining injuries from which he died three days later. The closing and most impressive 10 NARROWLY ESCAPE DROWNING Aliss Ethel Dickson and her younger brothe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 June 1904

4 THE BENGALS TAKE FOURTH GAME Pacific Coast League Standing. Won. Lost. Pot Tacoma ........... 60 35 .588 Los Angeles .... 47 38 .553 Seattle ..... 4.'. 38 .542 Oakland 45 39 .530 Ban Francisco ...... 36 47 .4341 Portland. .....27 53 .338 Although the vi'stors batted Mr Ponald ; freely and often yesterday, the Tigers, with their usual good luck, ramp through the big end of the horn Loh man's players touched Fisher's twirl, r for a total of 11 hits, ■while.the Tigers got only seven off fchinidt, still the vllstors lost by the SCOT* Of 6 to 1. Yesterday's victory made it four straight from the Oaklasdera, and In cidentally clinched the Tigers' hold on (be top rung a little tighter. Oak land has : Sagged '■ into fourth place Tiir \\n) i.mkhii'n Hat Looked to Schmidt. «inc«' ehe • opened her. disastrous B«rten i with Fisher's men, and the latter have secured a greater lead than any team has had during two months. Kaftan, the favorite on ladles' day, got In his deadly work yesterday, So...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 June 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. so. i«3. SELFGONFESSED MURDERER GOES WITH A SMILE 10 DEAIH CHAIR Frank Burness, Who Boasts of Killing a Hal Dozen Men, Pays the Penalty at Sing Sing NEW YORK, June 27.—Frank Hurnesß, the self-confessed murderer of no less than six men, was electro cuted at Sing Sing prison today. Burness was unattended by a clergy man and almost ran to the electric chair in his eagerness to have the execution over. Went to Pcatli Smiling. While sitting in the chair he smiled cheerfully at the witnesses as he posed for a photograph. Four shocks were necessary to produce death and his body was immediately buried in lime. Murdered a *<•« Captain. The specific crime for which Bur ness paid the death penalty was the murder of a sea captain in the port MEN DROWN IN HUGE KIXGSTOX, Jamaica, June 27.— The . accidental flooding of a largo pipe leading from the electrical plant to th«; river today resulted in the PREDICTS HARD FIGHT AGAINST THE MILWAUKEE IN PACIFIC NORTHWES...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 June 1904

■ THE TACOMA TIMES Kvery Kvenliiß K\i-.i Sunday hr Tin- Tuctmin Times Publishing Company at the postdfflce at Tacoma, Wash., as second class matter. • _ USES THE SCBIPPS-M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC* NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 7GB COMMERCE STREET. . ....... .TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a ,£fSss3btm. 25 cents ii Month, $:: a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mall. ass^ggs* > by Carrier or by Mail. A WAR OF CONQUEST IMPENDING •Perhaps It is the Man-in 11n who la buying; railroad terminals in Taconia and Seattle. None of the transcontinental railway presidents are rushing into print to admit guilty knowledge of the present extensive tide-flat deals. Each one holds up bis hands depreeatingly and exclaims, "Surely, It Isn't me!".' ...»' ' Hut then it was hardly in be expected that either of tli< 8 ■■Mnir Diiii would linn' out Into the open 41 Ihisi time with ■ Md statement of the farts. Deals like the one now in program are generally nurtured in bcrrecy and »re Intended to surprise "...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 June 1904

MISSING AMERICAN BELIEVED TO HAVE BEEN LOST OVERBOARD LONDON, .Inn.- 17. —The corre spondent of the Central News at Hamburg wires that a report has reartMd there that the body of Kent .1. Loomls, the brother of the Ameri can assistant secretary of state, has been washed ashore at CherbOßrg. OAKLAND MADE STRONG FINISH Pacific Const League Standing. Won. Lost. Pet. Tacoma B0 37 .675 Lot Angeles 48 :',<) .653 Oakland 4 7 39 .:, 17 Seattle , 4« 3!» .541 San Francisco ;!7 is .485 Portland 28 5 1 .;!41 The Oak ianders came down the limiii' itret.cn strong, taking the last two games from the Tigers. Batur- Tliomas Had Poor Control. flays contest went to the visitors by » score of :! to 1, and yesterday the locals again pulled in only one tally, While Lohnian's bunch scored 7. Neither game was essentially a pitchers' battle, as the errors of the local fielders were mainly responsi ble for both defeats. In Saturday's fame Keefe was pitted against Bu- Chanan. Each twiiier allowed a total o...

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