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

« MftNUFftCTURERS EELEBRftTE FIRST nil OF THEIR ASSOCIATION Sumptuous Banquet ami Apeedsaa Mark die Close of a Success j fut ear's Work. . . The TacOßHl Manufacturers* asso ciation, whose motto is "Tacoma Made Goods for: Tacoma People," completed the first year of its exist- in ■■ last night. After the annual meeting at the Chamber of' Com merce, at which time officers were elected, the association adjourned tO the Donnelly cafe, where an eight c-ourse banquet was participated In by nearly ■ hundred of the mem bers of the association and Invited guests. After disposing of the elaborate menu, Secretary Shaub presented a detailed report of 'the year's work, which was in part, as, follows: "This association was organized July 7. 1903, with 26' signatures to our constitution and by-laws. In the next 30. days 82 more names had been added, and the popularity, as well as the benefits, ha been shown in the steady growth of the organi zation during the year and 104 names were secured. On acc...

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 July 1904

Independent in All Things TOI,. 1. XO. 174. JUDGE PARKER WINS NOMINATION— HARMON TIPPED FOR SECOND PEACE Turner of Washington Not Mentioned by Leaders For the Vice-Presidency—Convention Convened This Afternoon to Select Parker's Running Mate—Bryan Fought Valiantly Against New Yorker in an All Night Session ST. I,oriS. July —The tip is Strong that Judson Harmon of Ohio will he given the nomination for vice president. All early delegates in the hall claim his nomination is cer tain. Turner Not Mentioned. ST. LOUIS, July 9. —Shortly be fore noon the leading delegates rep resenting New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana and Missouri went Into consultation on the vice-presidential nomination in Sheehan's room at the Southern hotel. New York brought out Gray of Del aware. Senator Tillman, who later joined the conference, urged the nomination HIS WIFE. MRS. A. B. PARKER. of Senator Daniel of Virginia, stating that it is time the South was recog nized. Del mas is representing Hearst in the c...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 July 1904

■ THE TACOMA TIMES I;\<t> KvrnitiK Kvrcpt Sunday by Th« Ta< ihiim Times Publishing Company Entered at the >»tofllre at Tacoma, Wash., an second class matter. USES THE SCRIPPS-MRAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCES STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. ' ; ■ —. . One Cent a Copy. si» Cents a .itftfpfifci 26 cents a Month, $3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or ; by Mail, "^ig^^ 3 by Carrier or by Mail. a*.-** i. ... -.—r^-r—-r; j — -**--."■ - yr-^hrT=T."Tr '■*'■■■■ ■ • '-•— r—-r-v-tt -*» "■■■■—■• ■■■ -......—..„ .— r ~- -—-■- — ■■- ~rrz . ' —"** ■" '—^*" ~* —~—*~" ■ CLOSE TO A GOOD THING Tii»- prospects that Tacoma is to have ■ permanent military canip wUhin a short distance of the city limits are exceedingly bright. Government officials have for a long time been looking for a favor able location lot a permanent can site for state and federal troop* aii«l mobilization groundx. Every officer who has visited the camp in the American lake region during the past few days agreen th...

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

POLITICIANS PREDICT ENORMOUS FUNDS FOR COMING CAMPAIGN ' August llelmont, the multi-mll nonatre of New York, has been one ©t the mainsprings In the campaign August llclmont. for Judge Parker's nomination as the Democratic candidate for presi dent, and during the convention at. Si Louis he was looked upon as 'BILLION DOLLAR BABY HAS HAD A CLOSE CALL WILLIAM A. CLARK 11 OF BUTTE, MONT., MILTI MILLIONAIRE AT THE ACE OF 24, WITH HIS LITTLE SON, W. A. 111, WHO WILL INHERIT BILLIONS. BI'TTE, July 9. —Last week $1, --2'"l was spent in telegrams and cable )BiesßHge« because Senator Clark s grandson. W. A. Clark 111, was threatened with diphtheria. The lit tle child Is the idol of the senator's 4ye nnd is equally idolized by his fond father, who is only 24 years of $ige. Will Clark was in California, and had telegrams sent every 15 niin- Utes telling of the health of the ba by. The senator was on the Mediter tei'runean and cablegrams were sent to Tangier and other ports every hour, alt hough...

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

JL« PARKER NOTIFIED OF HIS VICTORY ERUPTS. N. V., July — "la that •ot"! cheerily remarked Judge Parker M, 7 . o'clock this mornlnir. us he emerged from his plunge In the Hud son river, when Informed of his nom ination. The nominee* curiosity went to. the extent of asking for the fit;-, tails of the final vote, but he re frained from making any comment. Will Restate Silent. ■ ■ "1 shall say nothing whatever until formally notified of my nomination," Mid the judge at hi* homo. He cor dially greeted a number of news paper men. Judge Parker retired last night at 10 o'clock and did not show himself WAKE-UP JIM FOUND WEALTH IN A DREAM BUTTE, July I —Out among the sand dunes of Mount Moriah cem etery there is a wooden head stone bearing the singular* inscription: "H«re Lies Wake-Up Jim. That is all: the board boars no further In scription and no explanation of the singular nickname. "Wake-Up Jim" Tewey, as he was known through all the mining camps of Montana, was for many years a prospecto...

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

Independent in Ail Things AOL. I. NO. 175. PARKER'S FRIENDS DECLARE HE MADE NO AHEMPT TO DICTATE BETTING IN FAVOR OP PARKER OX WALL STREET .NEW YORK, July-11.—On -the. <tirh in Wall street today the betting on the election"was 1 to 2 in favor of Parker In small lots. ESOPUS, July 11.—Telegrams of congratulation showered in on Judge Parker this morning. The judge was up at the usual hour and looked over his mail and messages. He then went for a long horseback ride in the country. The afternoon was spent at Rosemount, answering telegrams and letters. No Attempt to Dictate. A friend of Parker made a posi tive denial this morning of the state ment that the judge telegraphed Hill at St. Louis Friday, insisting that the financial plank in the preliminary draft of the platform be altered. No »tich telegram was sent, according to the Judge's friend, and Parker's mes sage to Sheehau was the last com munication he had with the conven tion. Said Nothing Until Nominated. It is-said that Park...

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

•> THE TACOMA TIMES Kverjr Kvcnitiß Kv< .|H Sun tiny by Tlie Tucoma Times Publishing Company Entered at the postofflce at Tacoma. Wash., r.s second-class matter. USES THE SCRIPPS-MRAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, COMMERCE BTREET. TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a .-tj^ff^^v 26 cents a Month, $3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. by Carrier or by Mall. t - 1 - ** , __ ' _ " BE EASY 0!S PAUL MORTON .lust n word in defense of Phu! Morton, who i^ (ke aiew Mcretsry < f H' n»vy. The party papers are landing on him. heavy and often, because, for etooth, he knows nothing about ships. He Is a freight agent. He has tar ills at his fingers' ends, and can quote tonnage and long hauls and load- Ing charges till the cows come home. 'I'heri' skeins 10 he a meat fear thai he will order the jililmom B hosdctl and the Itowspiii Keelhauhd at UM wrung time, or in the WTOBg plate, much to the huniiliation of Uncle S.im Until we have a training school in which to educate al...

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

V MURDEROUS THUG PUT OUT OF BUSINESS BY A WOMAN SPOKANE. July 11. —"Hold up four hands! I want your money, for 1 know you have plenty of ft! Give it to me quick, or I'll blow your brains out!" These were the words reported to have been spoken to Mrs. Oleasteln Amundsen by a man who suddenly appeared in the road and seised the bits of her horses as sh« was driving toward Spokane early yesterday tnorniag. Instead of heeding the robber's command, Mrs. Amundsen reached NINE-YEAR-OLD WARREN MALLORY AGAIN IN HANDS OF THE POLICE Warren Mallory. the 9-year-old boy •who has caused his father and the po lice all kinds of trouble recently by his wild escapades, landed in ihe city jail again Saturday night, and luis the reform school staring him in the face. Warren was released by Judge Snell less than three weeks ago on promising that he would stay af home with his father. His offense at that time was the holding up of a youngster on the waterfront and taking $1.15 from him. Young Mallory kept...

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

« WOULD-BE MURDERER RESCUED FROM MOB CHrcAGO, July 11. — Andrew Cuno.'of Cuno Brothers, wealthy fruit,brokers, was shot and probably fatally wounded at noon today near his place of business by Antonio Cream, a brother-in-law. Family troubles and business rival- TIGERS LOOK LIKE WINNERS Pacific Const League Standing. Won. Lost. Pot Tacoraa ...60 42 .888 Seattle... 66 43 .500 Los Angeles ......... 55 47 .639 Oakland .....'...... 51 49 .510 San Francisco ...... 40 59 .403 Portland : .... 37 59 .385 By winning yesterday's game, the .Tigers moved another peg above the Stwashes, who have been camping bo relentlessly on Fisher's trail during the past two weeks Tacoma defeat ed San Francisco by a score of 2 to 1, and Seattle lost to Oakland by a 3 to 2 score. The "Slwashes, however, are still within striking distance of the Tigers and they may make up the gap this week* when they go against the tall enders. Tacoma will have the Angels to deal with, and they will be found a swifter bunch tha...

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

Independent in Ail Things VOL, 1. NO. 170. EMIT 111 PACKERS WALKED OUT ON STRIKE AT ION TODAY CHICAGO, July 12.—The strike order which was issued by the Pack inK Trades Council at a uniting last night Involve* between. 45,000 and 60,000 men.. The dispute is over the wage scale of unskilled laborer*. CHICAGO, July 12.—Promptly on the predetermined hour of 12 o'clock today, 18,000 employes of the larger packing house plants at the stock yards quit work today, at the same time causing 10,000 others to be thrown out of employment. The blowing of the big whistles was the signal agreed upon for the beginning of the strike. Striken Were Orderly. Twenty-five thousand employes of packers in Kansas City, St. Joseph, Sioux City and St. Louis obeyed the strike order. Xo violence, so far as known, marked the walkout. Five hundred policemen were massed In the neighborhood to main lan peace, but their services were not required. Xon-I'nion Mra Imported. BoJween 3(to and 400 non-union men. it is sa...

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

> THE TACOMA TIMES Krrrjr Ming Except Sand*? by The Taroma Time* liibiMiinjt Company • «■■-■ .' . „, ■ Entered at the postofflc« at Tacoma, Wash., as second-class matter. ' USE 3 TUB SCRIPPS-M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET .TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a ..rttff'Bfet, 25 rents a Month, »3 a Year, ' Week, by Carrier or by Mail. ' ""^s^° ■ by Carrier or by Mail. EDUCATION AISD MATRIMONY .-.■■• - • ■ - . Fine old Thomas Hunter ha 3 been at the head of a great Eastern normal school for half a century or more. Ho knows about women— their hopes, their plans, and about where they will land. Why shouldn't he?r There are dose to 3,000 girls in his school, and the graduating class this year numbered 400. The old man has followed the careers of hundreds of "his girls," and from the depths of his wisdom comes the statement that the higher education is in no way a bar to matrimony and does not unfit, a woman for wjfehood. He says that the brightes...

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

-V— PURCHASERS OF TIDE LANDS WILL NOT STAND FOR HOLDUP SEATTLE, July 11, A number of options on tide lands which had been taken by agents representing the same ,T. T. Woodward whose name figured in several large deals have allowed to lapse, atid several! is have assigned as I reason the exorbitant figures which owners are *;\M to have demanded for property after the first excitement commenced. Oeorge B. McLaren, who has con ducted all of the Seattle'negotiation! for Woodward, yesterday acknowl edged that all of the options had l>een allowed to lapse. He said "We gave up the options on about 4iin feet of waterfront along tin Waterway because the prices bad been boosted up to the sky. They endeavored to hold a club over our heads and failed. Thai is all there is to it. We own a certain frontage J along the waterway thai is covered in former cash purchases." Mr. Woodward stands as tho owner IS MIKE FISHER LOSING MONEY? The Los Angeles team will arrive here tonight for the series of ...

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

4 AJrxtVBMiAfO HALE OK nUAnP ANNIVERSARY .SALE OP Infants and Children*' RHODES BROTHERS i _„_,__, _. Muslin Hats, Caps, mmmm , —_^ aC, CS . . Bonnet*and : J] #^ ■£■■ I Mk ■__. LI Hm JF ffßEts pa jp^ A __■%%__? Embroideries Childrens Dresses T ! "_# I ''J _f_k !%l l\l %# _____T E___P $___T J& \# c.»wc e»bpoide.i«, m __rrr ■-- ■ n ftllDJlVLriOMni I_j__s- Infanta* Bonneta, floct effect, ■■; trimmed in rnche and made .-:>.- -,: Beautiful Normandy Laces, in of finely tucked lawns «nd Mk _B9_ H____t _______ _E_k Pfl _________ width ranging from 3 to 5 eml.roulerv. regular pit-* A^_L wi _l^^__^ Mk^9^ &■%£< M^^^ m indies, worth up to 25c a Sale price t-iich 4H. |#jf ■ TOt I M 'WlfcfcL W¥< y*YA' Sale pnce a yard> *12>i<' Children s Gingham. Lawn and __U_i Ivl _k _^L^_L English Torchon Laces and Chambray Dresses, box AiSiSSa \f thS.: I I: I __4_V t^^^jßfl j~j^^Tffl. B II embroideries to match in all •Sixes from 2to 6 years^nd B __, EffiSSP^ X^ _P . _»^^__. RSSJ3ES.W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 July 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. NO. 177. BRIGHT PROSPECT FOR IMMEDIATE SETTLEMENT OF THE BIG STRIKE CHICAGO, July IS.—Late this aft ernoon President Donnelly of the Butchers' union and .1. Ogden Ar mour were called before the state board of arbitration and the prospect then seemed bright for some basis of settlement. Donnelly said the strike had been called before the letter of the packers asking for arbitration had been received and that he was willing to enter negotiations. Armour was agreeable to taking up the discussion of the demands made by the men. NEW YORK BUTCHERS JOIN UNION FORCES NEW YORK, July 13.Thirty-five hundred butchers and other employes joined the meat strikers this morn- Ing. The packers called on the police for protection, which was granted. The local retailers lost no time In boosting prices two- cents owing to the strike. CHICAGO, July 13.— The condi tion of affairs at the stockyards was peaceful this morning. Many strikers were to be seen talking over the s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 July 1904

2 THE TACOMA TIMES Krrry Kvrnfiig I.m'■).( Sunday by The T.u-uma Time* Publishing Company Entered .-it the postoffloe at Tacoma, Wash., as second-class matter. USES TUB SCRIPPS-M'RAB TKL.BQRAPHIC NEWS 6ERVICB. OFFICE. *6S COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a «^S25S>~i 26 cents a Month, $3 a Year, -Week, by Carrier or by Mail. c*««*gggj£>*> by Carrier or by Mail. SOME FOLLY AT HEDDIISGS The 'trouble with a lot of things that are called good fun in America is that some of the people know how to play, and others mistake liberty for license, and hurt somebody. They have no sense of humor. They do not know tin' limits of a Joke. A fashionable Philadelphia wedding, the other day, became almost a riot. People fought for seats; fought some more to lay hands on cut flowers, which they carried away as souvenirs, and the bride was tramped on by the admiring throng until her costly dress was ruined. Then there is the old shoe and rice and practical Joke seri...

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

BRYAN WILL VOTE FOR PARKER AS THE LESSER OF TWO EVILS LINCOLN. Neb., July 13.—1n a statement issued last nislit \V. J. Uryitn announced that he would vote for Parker and Davis, although he ■ays Parker's nomination was se cured by (looked means, and declare?! thai the Democratic party is con trolled b) the Wall street element. In spite of these and numerous other defects Mr. Bryan points out in the platform, he believes that on! the whole the Democratic party, even under Parker, would be better for the coluntry than Roosevelt and the' Republican party. Mr. Bryan closes his statement With the followin: "After having staled that 1 shall support the ticket, and after having ANGELS ARE HERE TODAY Pacific Const League Standing. Won. Lost. Pet. Tacoma 60 42 .SSI Beattle 56 44 .560 Los Angeles 55 47 .639 Oakland 51 49 .510 Sim Francisco 40 59 .403 Portland 3S 59 .392 The opening game of the Los An geles scries is being played this aft ernoon on the Eleventh street grounds. The crowd present...

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

« MODERN WOODMEN'S PICNIC AT POINT DEFIANCE PARK TODAY A. U. TalJuM. lirxd consul of the Modern Wooodmcn of America, «n<l Mrs. Taibot arrived in Tacoma last niclit. They were conducted (a the home of-Garrrtt Fisher, where they ■» i!i be «iv» -riaini-d during their stay In the city, K\orythinK was completed last nicht for the successful carrying out of the prosrnm at Point Defiance park today. Early this morning tile .members of the Woodmen lodges and ;their families began gathering at the park, and during the entire day large! numbers of people filled the street. j .cars and the numerous small boats UNCLE SAM IS TO GIVE AWAY 2.400 FINE HOMES .-BOXESTEBL. 8 p., July 13.— The Rosebud reservation,. Including niKiiii 410,000 acres of the richest land in tne Northwest, Is to bo given away, by? Uncle Sam in homesteads of 188 acrc;s each, during this month. This meant! that 2,400 (arms are to Ik had practically free. ', .The land will be distributed by lot, for about 150,000 people will...

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

Independent in Ail Things VOL. I. NO. 178. MEAT TRUST STRIKE ALLEGED TO HAVE BIAS AGAINST ROOSEVELT WASHINGTON, D. C, .Tuly 14. — The Post (independent) this morning prints a story to the effect that, in the opinion of some of the public officials here, the strike of the pack ing house employes was connived at by the big men of the beef trust for the purpose of, if possible, encom passing the defeat of President Roosevelt for re-election. Kxpeet Karly Agreement. CHICAGO, July 14.—Pending the outcome of a tentative proposition looking toward a meeting of the packers and the union representa tives today for the purpose of sub mitting the differences to an arbitra tion board, the situation at the stock CONTROLLER EXPLODES ANOTHER BIG BOMB IN THE CITY COUNCIL City Controller Jackson recently disturbed the serenity of the city council by stating that within six months' time, unless the council was careful with its expenditures, the city would not have enough cash in the general expense f...

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

£ THE TACOMA TIMES « ■ ■ i ■. » Kvcry Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Publishing Company Entered at the post office at Tacoma, Wash.,' r.s second-class matter. I USES THE SCKIPPS-MRAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE 1 ■'" ~—* "■ ■■ ... . OFFICE. 768 COMMERCE STREET. ..TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a flfffflv 25 cents a Month, $3 a Tear, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. c^S t^^* by Carrier or by Mail. A MAIS AISD HIS WATCH It is the steady-going sort of worker who gets most done in the end. It is with men as It is with watches ~>he most reliable and serviceable are the ones that are steadily at work. There is a Pennsylvania engineer, who was retired on a pension after 4 S years of mt\ l< "1 have ranicd one watch for more than 26 years," he says, "and it always kept the right time." o has beei a sober, orderly man For t <• years he has not touched a drop of liquor. He never even .smoked or chewed. Hlh health ha* always Dem good. The fait that this niajj has be...

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

WADE BROTHERS EXECUTED FOR MURDER OF KATE SULLIVAN COMWIBI'S, 0.. July 14.— The ex ecution of Al and Ben Wade, bro tkcrs, for the murder of Kate Sui TACOMA FIRM ACCOMPLISHES DIFFICULT FEAT IN SEATTLE 1 .ie six-story Stander hotel in Se-1 ntile. which settled and cracked when ': the Qreal Northern tunnel was dug! under it. has just been raised to Its' former level by Nichols & Handley of Tacoma. The building is located ar the corner of Fourth avenue and Marion street and Is valued at about $J75,0©0. The large brick block. 120 feet square, weighs about 14,000 tons, BODY WAS THAT OF TACOMA MAI The body of the young man found in Lake Washington ■ few days ago luis been identified is that of I'arold Bttrke of Tacoma, whj lived at l')l South I street. The young man had gone to Seattle July 5 to visit friends A week ago he went to the house of the Beta Tbeta Piii fraternity on Lake Washington, of which he was a mi-mber, and said that he was going for a swim in the lake. That was the la...

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