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

« BALDIE FILES HIS ANSWER TO WIFE'S SUIT FOR DIVORCE ■ ■■• •, ■ ■ „ The suit. for divorce filed by VWeallhy Ann Baldl< against Henry , Baldie came up before Judge Snell "in the superior court yesterday. The "{ defendant's attorney, John D. ? Fletcher, moved for-an order of ' court vacating the order restraining ; the defendant from having access to !"securities, money nnd valuables in the hands of the National Bank of • Commerce and the Fidelity Trust } company.■■£ Judge Snell held that the supreme court ruling was that the I superior court could not Issue a per mam m restraining order without ►•notice, 'and the motion was there lore granted. j. 7 The, /defendant's answer to Mrs. ".Baldle's suit for divorce states that .he.has. about 117 slot machines in operation, in Tacoma, .and several •automatic,banjos.. These, Baldle al- OVERALL WON §! FORTACOMA • Pacific Const lA'itgno Standing. - Won. Lost. Pet. Tacoma ....... 53 88 .582 Seattle,......' ..49 40 .551 Lbs Angeles ....... 49 ...

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. — 4 July 1904

Independent in All Things VOL. 1. NO. l«». TACOMG CELEBEATES THE REPUBLIC'S NATAL DAY Parade Presents a Most Imposing Spectacle-Enthusiasm Runs High and Eagle Scream j This is the Glorious Fourth. The bombardment was desultory until about 10 o'clock, when thunder began to break loose in big chunks. The eagle openen his mouth and screamed in earnest and the shriek of the shells at Port Arthur wasn't in it for a minute with the Tacoma celebration. There was powder enough consumed In Tacoma today to put any Russian fleet out of business, and then ifHve n big supply on hand. The parade was a little late in starting, but it was a gorgeous spectacle. The military feature alone whs well worth going miles to see. Four branches of the service—artillery, cavalry, infantry and marine —were represented. There were two batteries of field artillery, each with six guns and caissons, 100 horses and as many men; two companies of cavalry, three of infantry and about 400 marines and blue jackets from ...

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. — 4 July 1904

c _ THE TACOMA TIMES — Uvcrjr Kvrnlnj; I ». o|>l Sunday by The Taroinn Times Publishing Company Entered at the poatofflce at Tacoma, Wash., as second clans matter. USES THE SCRIPPS-M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFF. 768 COMMERCE STREET. .........TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cent* a YsPPßifchi 25 rents a Month. $3 a Year, Week,; by Carrier or by Mall. os3§|£»s>* > by Carrier or by. Mall. WHAT ABOUT THE BANDITS? Waal is bo he done about the b.indlt business? Surely there is no thing more humiiiaiing than the holdtag of un American tlttaen by mm halt-civ ill/.t d illiquid until whatever ransom may tickle 1) is fancy has been exacted. It matters little whether the man'.s friendfl or the gov ernment pays the ransom, or Whether Home minor nation, stirred by Am ch<.,n battleships, produces the money. It is the same to the enptor, and in obtaining his demand h( tosaplishefl his pvfpo HaistiM dead sounded very pretty; but Raisuli appears to remain alive, and to be i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 4 July 1904

CITY OFFICIALS FIND PUMPING STATIONS READY TO FALL DOWN When an inspection of the city's pumping stations was recently made In B number of the city officials the bad condition of the concerns vras so self-evident that several of the coun cilmen are now figuring on inspect ing i he entire plant. Botli of the city pumping stations are badly out of repair. A cylinder of one of the large duplex pumps at station H has cracked, and to re place it with a new casting will TIGERS PLAY RAGGED BALL Pacific Coast League Standing. Won. Lost. Pet. Tacoma 54 40 .574 Seattle 50 41 .549 Los Angeles 51 4;t .543 Oakland 49 43 .533 San Francisco 3S s;? .418 Portland 33 55 .:!7"i Fisher's stock of pitching material received some severe jolts yesterday. Both games went to the Loo Loos, and inferior twirling by the Tiger men was mainly responsible for the double-header defeat. In the forenoon. McDonald opened the performance. He was followed by Fitzgerald, and "Fitzy" in turn was followed by Mike Lynch. W...

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

4 THEY DIDN'T KNOW OSCAR AND THEY WANTED THE COLD CASH The Swiss are no respecters of Icings, and hence it was that Oscar of Sweden had a novel, though un pleasant, experience the other day. He and his suite left Aix-les-Rains In -a French saloon car, and, as is usual with ■ royalty traveling in France, no tickets were taken be forehand, such Journeys being in variably settled afterwards througn the consulate. When, however, the royal party entered Switzerland, the officials, riot being In the habit of dealing ■with crowned heads, brusquely de manded 20 Rnrt.<claaa tickets, or their equivalent in ready money, and de clared that the] intended to detain RUSSIA'S VAUNTED BALTIC FLEET IS AN ARMADA OF CRIPPLES LONDON, July 4.— ln the case of tin Baltic fleet a lot of Russian bad management chickens are coming home to roost. What in reality should be a fine and formidable armada Ik made practically useless by various sins of omission extend ing over a long period of time. .At bottom, t...

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. — 5 July 1904

Independent in Ail Things YOI,. I \o. 170. ANTI-PAHKER DELEGATES JOIN 111 GUI 10 DEFEAT NEW YORKER W. J. Bryan is Behind a Clever Scheme Which May Rout the Parker Forces and Give Nomination to Judson Harmon—Senator Duboise Declares in Favor of George Tur ner for Vice-President ST. LOUIS, July s.—The most sensational move of the entire politi cal situation was made today when, at 10 o'clock, it was announced by the anti-Parker leaders that a com bination against Judge Parker's nomination had finally been effected. Anti.s Decide Upon Utirinoii. At that hour the anti-Parker lead ers authorized Harlan Cleveland, In charge of the boom of former At torney General Harmon, to wire Har mon, at Cincinnati, re4uesting toe latter to have a letter in St. Louis Wednesday morning statins what his position was in 1896. If this letter satisfies Bryan, Harmon will be the THE SILVER TONGUED. Supposing you ask a Man from Nebraska The way to political Zion? It's sixteen to one That nothing is done Witho...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 July 1904

«J THE TACOMA TIMES Kvwjr Kooning Kxrept Sunday by The Taoomn Times Publishing Company Entered at the postofflce at Tacoma, Wash., as second-class matter. USES THE SCKIPPS-M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a j^SlSSfer, 25 cents a Month, $3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mall. "^^ggJS** 1 by Carrier or by Mail. They say that you could hear the Tacoma concussions over In Seat tle, the quiet town, all day yesterday. ~ ■. - - ■ | The battle of San Juan hill was a tame affair beside that which was waged on Pacific avenue yesterday afternoon. ■ 'fi ■• ■■ ■; , . •■ , ; Tonight the festivities come to a close, and barring the unhappy oc currence at Wright park last night, they have been a notable success. .The Rose Carnival today proved to bo a brilliant affair In every sense of the word. The procession, as it moved down Pacific avenue at 2 o'clock, fur nished a spectacle of beauty long to be remembered by those who ha...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 July 1904

TIGERS TAKE EASY GAMES Tactile Coast League Standing. Won. Lost. Pet. Tacoma 56 40 .583 Seattle 52 41 .559 Los Angeles ........ 52 44 .542 Oakland . 49 45 .521 San Francisco 38 55 .409 Portland 34 56 .378 The Tigers took the San Francisco bunch down the line for a double header yesterday, winning both games by: margins which made the contests of little interest. The teams broke cv.en so far as ragged playing is concerned. In the morning Fish er's men made a total of four errors, While in the afternoon the Seals chalked up five. Keefe was on the rubber in the afternoon" game, against Jones, and in the forenoon St. Vram was pitted against Yerkes. The Seals have lost all hope of ever winning the pennant and the boys show by their playing that they are little concerned whicii way the games go. Last week they lost rive out of six to Portland. The scores by innings: Morning game— R. H. E. Tacoma .00031104 y>—9 16 4 San Fran.O 10 202 10 o"— 6 9 1 Afternoon game— R. H. E. Tacoma .00 2002...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 July 1904

« LABOR UNIONS TOOK LARGE PART IN THE CELEBRATION Owing, to- the late arrival of the boats bearing members of Seattle la bor unions, the industrial parade yes terday was about an hour late in starting. When It did start, how ever, it presented an imposing spec tacle. The parade formed with Die Western Central Labor union of Se attle lft the lead, followed by I lie Taoonia Trades council. Next was the Garment • Workers' union, repre sented by a score of young women on a gaily decorated wagon. The Shingle Weavers came next, and then the painters. The latter wore white uniforms and made the best appear ance of any union in the parade. The painters also captured the $25 prize offered to the union having the largest percentage of members in line. . The newsboys made a good show- Ing. The union was represented toy it number of the members in line ana a wagon decorated with the national colors and the different newspapers on sale In Taconia. A prize of |20 for the most unique float was awa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 July 1904

Independent In Ail Things VOL. 1. RO. 171. WILD ENTHUSIASM MARKS OPENING OF THE DENIDGRATIG CONVENTION Mention of Cleveland's Name Starts Demonstration Which Resulted in the Ejection of a Tammauy Delegate—John Sharp Williams as Chair man Sounds the Keynote—Presidential Situation Practically Unchanged ST. LOUIS, July 6.—The Demo cratic national convention was called to order by Chairman Jones of the national committee promptly at 12 o'clock today. Ten minutes later the call for the convention was read and prayer wan offered by Rev. John F. Cannon of the Grand Avenue Presby terian church. Nearly every seat in the hall was taken, with the exception of those in the ends of the galleries, and those were filling. Williams as Chairman. At the conclusion of the prnyer, Chairman Jones announced the se lection of John Sharp Williams as temporary chairman. The con vention cheered lustily and the choice of the Mississippi congressman was unanimously ratified. National Committeemen Tarpey of Cal...

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

s » . TH TACOMA TIMES Xt cry Kvrnlng Except Sunday by The Taronta Tim** Publishing Company Entered at the postofflce at Tacoma, Wash., ns second class natter. > USES THE SCRIPPS-M'RAE TKLEORAPHIC NEWS SEIIVICB. OFFICE. 768 COMMERCE STREET. .......'. .TELEPHONE MAIN 783. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a ritifHF^t 25 cents * Month, $2 a Tear, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. c*Saf2g^ by Carrier or by Mail. N. P. TO SPEHD $250,000 IIS SEATTLE The Post-Intelligencer prints today the statement that the Northern Pacific railroad Is about to expend a quarter of a million of dollars la Seattle in-erecting a large four-story brick and stone building, covering an entire square bounded by 'Madison and Spring streets and Railroad and Western avenues. At present the N..P. in erecting another $12:i,00rt building just across ■ ireel from the site of the proposed structure. In Tacoma the N. P. has a miserable little shed, fit only for the hab itation of rat*, which it dignifies by the name of passenger ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 July 1904

WILD ENTHUSIASM MARKS OPENING OF TRE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION (Continued from First Page.) enough to prevent Parker's nomina tion at the outset of the balloting. Will Stand Steadfast. - Delegate-at-large Thompson or Nebraska made a statement in which he declared that the anti-Parker peo ple would remain steadfast. An anti- Parker caucus was held at the South Dakota headquarters' in the Planters' pot el this morning, presided over by Senator Pettigrew. Through Chair pan Handy of the Delaware delega tion a statement was given out to the effect that a careful poll of the dele gates showed that the forces opposed to Parker control about 400 votes, ■which, It is said, is enough to de feat Parker's plans. In the confer ence were Charles Towne and Green of Rhode Island. Teller for Parker. ST. LOUIS. July 6. — Senator Tel ler of Colorado, for years the leading silver man in the senate, today tele graphed Senator Thomas expressing his preference for Judge Parker. Bailey Talks of Platform. ST. L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 July 1904

I DECIDES AGAINST MATCH COMPANY QkYMPJ^- Ju'E 6.— A d*rlMon In the Case >ot.,'• the. Wanhingion Match company of Taconia, reached by the Supreme court yesterday, gives three Judgments against the> company for tha amount paid by stockholders for stock.;. The Judgments are obtained' on -the .ground (hat fraudulent mis representations > j were made by. the ctinipauy in order to dispose of 119 stock,' ■^^« 1. .-,:*,;.: „.,..•.,. :•■;-: : J ■ Pnere -were three cases decided yesterday, the test case being that of 3. 3. Mulhollnnd. respondent, vs. the Washington* -Match- company,' re- WaehliiKton : Match v company, appel lant,"; i i.i other case* being governed by the decision' In this one. -. '..The company «as Incorporated /with a capital stock of <f 1,200,000, divided! into 240,000 shares of -a par vtin of t;. per Bhare. Lucius T. Holes subscribed for 239,096 shares, and four, others,' of whom Mulholland was one, subscribed for the remain lug four shares. 1 Holes than trans ...

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

Independent in All Things VOL. I. NO. 172. CHESTS I CHE ROOMS DELAY IRK OF DIG CONVENTION Adjourn After Short Morning Session Awaiting Re ports From the Platform and Credentials Com mittees—Bryan Given Ovation—Champ Clark Chosen Permanent Chairman ST. LOUIS, July 7.— democratic convention was called to order at 10:12 this morning by Temporary Chairman Williams, Prayer was offered by Arch bishop John B. Olennon of St. Louis. Bules Committee Reports emf . . The report of the committee on rules was presented, and a hoi argument fol lowed on the question of allowing dele gates from Porto Rico and "the Philip pines representation in the convention. The committee reported in favor of giv ing the Porto Rico votes, and immediate ly South of Arkansas proposed an amend ment giving the same rights to the Phil ippines. His statement that Philippines were as much entitled to votes as Porto Kico was loudly applauded. Status of Philippines. Congressman Handy of Delaware ob jected to the amendments...

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

B THE TACOMA TIMES V.vrrf 1 mug K\<«'|'< Sunday by Tin- Tmom.i Times PublUhing Company Entered at the postofflce at Tacoma, Wash., C 8 second-class matter. USES THE BCRIPPB-MRAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE. 7GB COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a -^3j3H!£?fc» lr , 26 cents a Month, 13 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. c^g^^ £> by Carrier or by Mail. THOUGHTLESS WIT Wit that stings Is akin to crime. Wit Is a joy forever, so long as It does not base it-, success upon the misfortunes, the peculiarities, the weaknesses of men. ■- When a wag has to depend upon others' peculiarities for his sub ject matter, it is lime for him to close the "wit shop" and hang 001 tit'l sign "To let." , To hold up another to ridicule Is not witty, but vulgar. To laugh at another or to cause another to be laughed fit Ii common. To atari a laugh la the ambition of sonic men. . The how nor the ■where, the way nor the effect, is never considered. The man tnat makes ...

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

CONTESTS IN COMMITTEE ROOMS DELAY WORK OF BIG CONVENTION (Continued from First Page.) ■ervatlve without a re-afflrmation of any of its predecessors. The sub conaittee is impatient because of the demands made on their time by peti tioners of all .sorts. This morning tlit* cattle raisers' association submit ted a plank requesting protection by the interstate commerce commission and prevention of differential freight rail's. WHAT IT PROVIDES. Ex-Senator Towne Offered a peti tion with ten thousand signatures de manding the independence of the Phil ippines. The committee approved the planks dealing with irrigation, tin- sep arate statehood for the territories and the election of senators' by direct vote. WANTS ROOSEVELT IMPEACHED. James ETullerton of Montana appear ed before the committee and demand ed a plank looking to the Impeach ■lent of President Roosevelt on the ground that the president condones the unlawful sale of liquor in Yellow fetone Park and refuse sto remove Su perintenden...

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

4 SEALS NOT IN TIGERS' CLASS Pacific Const LeugUo Standing. ts&:' Won Lost. Pet uma ............ 58.40 .592 •Seattle"-.;." 54 41 .868 I.os Angeles V.-...V. .53 45 .541 Oakland ...'....";..., 49' 47. .510 San Francisco,.....V~3B 57 .410 Portland 35 67 .380 ______ ■■.- •' * It was a good game yesterday un til the sixth.lnning. After that (be Seals went to pieces and half of trie fans left before the finish. Knell, in the box for 'Frisco, pitched a clean (MM during the first half, but was at' the mercy of the Tigers in the last few innings. Overall let the visitors bunch their hits in the fifth, when three Seals made the circuit, but that was the only' ray of hope for Captain Irwin's men. Yesterday's victory made it four Straight from the San Francisco : bunch. The visitors are playing for ill they are worth, but the}' are ab solutely outclassed by the Tigers. Nordyke was the star performer of the day with the-stick, making four hits. Doyle, Mclaughlin and Meaner each came In for t...

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

Independent in All Things VOL. |. NO. 178. HILL'S GOLD SURD PUNK IS THROWN OUT AFTER BITTER FIGHT Bryan Wins His Point But is Bitterly Assailed by Senator Daniel and the New Yorker—Wrangles of the Platform Builders Again Delay Con vention—Announced That the Committee Will Make Unanimous Report Tonight at 8 o'clock HILL AND BRYAN REACH COMPROMISE ON PLATFORM ST. liOriH. July — (Bulletin, 2:45 p. m.) — is announced that Hill and Bryan have compromised on a platform and no minority report will be made. 'SJ&' The unanimous report of the com mittee will be submitted to the con vention at 8 o'clock tonight. HILL'S GOLD PLANK STRUCK OUT AFTER BITTER FIGHT ST. LOOK, July B.—The commit, tee on resolutions at 5 o'clock this morning by a , vote of •85 ! to 18, Struck out the plank declaring the monetary system no longer a politl- Congressman J. R. Williams, of Illinois. cai issue. The fight was led by Brjr an, who was assailed by Senator Daniel. The senator questioned the propriety of the ...

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

9 _ THE TACOMA TIMES _ Kv«Tf livening *:\<«>|»t Sunday by Th« Tucoma Times Publishing Company Ent«re4 at the postofSce at Tacotna, Wash., os second class matter. USES THB SCRIPPS-M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. 'OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIM 733. -. One Cent Copy, Six Cents a -,<3£Ks£3Ci»> 25 cents a Month, $3 a Year, ■Week, by Carrier or by Mail. by Carrier or by Mail. .''."' •, 1,, I, " * .... . __~_^____ 1 1 , ONLY MOTHER Only mother! She won't care if we leave her alone; she doesn't mind • , ■■, Only mother! You wanted a tennis racket and she gave you the money that she was saving for a calico gown. But she didn't need the piwn; she said «O. Only mother! She hasn't had anything new this summer. Rut it is different with her; she Is old and you are young. Of course it is natural 'that you should want frills and ruffles; she doesn't care tor them. , Only mother! She wouldn't enjoy the picnic. Besides, she hasn't time to go; there is work to bo done. She tol...

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

HILL'S GOLD STANDARD PLANK IS THROWN OUT AFTER BITTER FIGHT (Continued from First Page.) Stated that the platform will not have ■ money plunk nor an income ta\ plaak. Tliis was the basis of the compromise between Hill ana Bryan. There will probahly be no minority report, Bryan being satis fied. Convention (idled to Older. ST. LOUIS, lulv B.—The conven tion was called to order at 10:4-1 this morning for its fourth session. Prayer was offered by Samuel Haie of St. Louis. Commit I eemen Announced. A call for the report of the com niitlee on rules bringing no response, the roll of stales was called for the announcement of members of the new national committee. Whra Taggart's name was announced as tlie member from Indiana he was given an ovation. Favorites Are Cliecrwl. The names of (laston of Massa chuseits. Campau of .Michigan. Mack of .New York. Daniels of North Caro lina and Guffey of Pennsylvania Were loudly cheered the new national committee Wtu tsked to meet at the Jefferson hotel...

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