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

« THE TteOH FIIS PUTS All END TO OVERCHARGES FOR CITY PRINTINB Makes a Low Bid, Compelling Other Papers to Fol low Suit-T. R. & P. Clique in Council Fails to Appreciate This Saving of the People's Money and Arbitrarily Awards Contract to a Higher Bidder, Refusing The Times the Courtesy of a Hearing-This Paper Gains Its Real Object, However, by Stopping the Graft on the Treasury The Tacoma Times last evening re deemed its promises, publicly made to taxpayers of the city at different times during the last six months, that it would put an end to the excessive charges for city printing from which the public treasury has suffered for years. The Times went to the city council with a bid to do the printing Itself for one year for :t|i_. cents per inch, the' city having been paying the morning paper 55 cents an inch for this service. ;:^ Up to 7:20 p. m. yesterday no bid had been received by the city clerk from the morning paper, and only ten. minutes remained, under the time limit set ...

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. — 15 July 1904

Independent In Ail Things VOL. I. XO. 170. HARRIMAN WINS FIRST POINT IN FIGHT FOR CONTROL OF N. P. Court Grants Temporary Injunction Restraining Distribution of Northern Securities Stock- James J. Hill Refuses to Discuss the Decision THfiXTOX, X. J., July 15.—Judge llradford, in the I'lilted States court, today handed down a decision grant- , ing a temporary injunction upon the petition of Harrlmnn and l'ierce to restrain tin- Northern Securities com pany from carrying out its proposed plan for the distribution of Ihe com pany's assets. CASK WILL BE APPEALED MORGAN AM) HILIi SILENT NEW YOKK. July 15.—Members of the firm of J. P. Morgan & Co. de cline to make any statement upon the decision in the Northern Securities case, but it. is learned that the case will be appealed. J. J. Hill says he has not seen the decision, and hence must decline to Siiy anything regarding his future plans. X. P. and G. N. Involved. TRENTON, N. J., July IB. —United States Judge Bradford came here to da...

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. — 15 July 1904

i THE TACOMA TIMES __ KT<Tr Kvcning Except Sunday by-The-Tacoma Times Publishing Company Entered at the postofflcoH^Tl^ionia, Wash., as second-class matter. USES THB MVJ^K&EORAPHU' M:\V3 SERVICE]. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a. gg&SZkfo SB cents a Month. $3 a Year. wee*, bjr Carrier or by Mail. c^!gggji|g g> by Carrier or by Mall. I ■■-^—. 11 . .... UP-TO-DATE CANDIDATES President Iloo*evelt is not the only candidate who knows how to do things to magnetize the public While he rides a bucking bronco and shows his teeth to the mountain lions, Judge Parker, the Democratic ; standard bearer, gambols like a porpoise in the' waters of the Hudson ; river, A does some fancy swimming and dives in a dignified fashion, with his heels above his head. The paragraphers tell us that when the news of the Democratic nom ination reached him. Judge Parker was taking his morning bath in the ..Hudson.; Perhaps he stopped paddling Just long eno...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 July 1904

MURDERER'S LAST REQUEST WAS PERMISSION TO REMOVE SHOES SAX QUBNTIN PRISON. Cal., July, Ceorge Stiozser was hanged thtfl morning for the murder of Sheriff Farley at Salinas. •lust before the noose was adjust ed, Suezser asked permission to take THREE NEGROES EACH GETS FORTY NINE YEARS FOR BRUTAL ASSAULT MOUNT HOLLY, N. J., July 1 3.— The three negroes, Timbers, Si in ma and Austin, having confessed last night to assaulting Mrs. Biddle, the wife of a farmer near here, were GREW BED OF PANSIES IN BUTTE AND WON RENOWN BUTTE, Mont., July 15.—John "Williams of South Montana street has achieved a local fame which overshadows that of W. A. Clark, F. Augustus Heinze and all the other copper kings known to the history of Butte, for he has accomplished that, which no other resident of the Montana metropolis has ever been able to do—he has raised a bed of pansles within the city limits and surrounded the bed with a real live lawn. For years the lovers of flowers who dwell in "Butte the Barren,"...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 July 1904

4 FREE SANITARIUM OPENED FOR SUFFERERS OF TUBERCULOSIS NEW YORK, July —The first free sanitarium for persons suffering from tuberculosis has recently been opened by the New York health au thorities The official name of this institution is, the New York State Hospital for Incipient Tuberculosis. It is located at Day brook, Essex ANGELS BOOST FISHER ALONG -{Pacific. Coast League Btandlng. Won. Lost. Pet VMQSM •..-...: 62 42 .596 Seattle „.%. !.;,.-.. .67 45 .559 Los Angt'lcH ........ 55 49 .529 Oakland/..:........ 51 51 .500 Ban Francisco .42 59 .416 Portland .;........ 39 60 .394 It was a pitchers' battle at the Eleventh- street grounds yesterday and "Doc" Newton had Bobby Keefe :beaten' In four different ways, but the doctor's support went to pieces In the last chapter and the Tigers pulled In an unearned run, which gave them the game. There was a terrific sag in the Tigers' batting averages yesterday. Only one hit was made oft Newton's delivery, Me. Laughlin scoring that in the thi...

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. — 16 July 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL. I. XO. I Bit. TACOMA HOUSEHOLDS SUPPLIED WITH FILTH-CONTAMINATED MILK An Investigation carried on by Thej Times discloses the fact thin there is need in Tacoma of the pure milk j crusade proposed by the State .\l< >i leal association. Cleanliness, which is one of the first requisite! to secure pure milk, is entirely- an unknown quantity in some of the dnirieß from which the milk supply of this city conies. In the opinion of local phy sicians a good deal of the sickness among children can be traced direci- Jy to this cause. Three dailies on the reservation ■were visited this morning, and what vhk seen there was enough to turn the stomach of even a dog ag.iinsi milk. All three of the barnyardfi ■were reeking with filth, the Interior of the barns was but little better and the hind quarters of the cows were covered with manure and other tilth, some of which falls Into the pail during the process of milking. At one of the largest dairies visited to da...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 July 1904

9 THE TACOMA TIMES ___ V.rrrj Evening Except Sunday bjr The Taroma Times Publishing Company * Entered tt the postofflce at Tacotna, Wash., aa second clam matter. .- ÜBBS THE SCRIPPS-M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. i t ■ -i M i t ■ -_t mil ■ i ■' ii i ft i ■ ■■ OTTICI, 768 COMMERCE STREET. TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a frfSSSHSte^ 26 cent* ■ Month, f.i a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mall. r«S^ggS9r, by Carrier or by Mail. GUARANTEE AND GAMBLING Two guarantee companies— the Guarantee Company of North Ameri ca and the rutted States Guarantee company—have decided that they can not afford to Issue bonds for anyone who is given to gambling or specula tion ''",' ,: i, ;';■ They have announced that, they will cancel the bond of any patron whenever they have proof that he has the gambling habit. This will mean In most instances that the amateur gambler must cither give up his gambling or be unable to hold any position of respon sibility. Such action is taken by these compa...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 July 1904

GERMAN SINGING SOCIETIES READY FOR THE BIG EVENT Arrangements have been Complet ed for the meeting of the Pacific SaeiiKerbund to be held in this city ftext week. The program was issued tod;i>\ Among the societies that will be represented will be the Liederkranz Society, Arthur I,ufsky, president, of Seattle; the Concordla, of BellinK nam, John Siegfried, president; the Maennerohor society of Walla Walla, gifted Bachtold, president; the Har gnonfe club of Spokane, Emil Hupp. president; Arion society of Portland, Alex A. Wagner, president; the Bacngerbund of Tacoma, John A. An LOS ANGELES CITIZENS FAIL TO OUST UNPOPULAR COUNCILMAN LOS ANGELES, July IG.—-The su perior court this morning granted an injunction restraining the Sixth •warders from calling a special elec tion under the recall provision in the Charter to elect a succesor to Coun BOY SENT TO REFORM SCHOOL Warren Mallory has been commit ted to the reform school by Judge Snell. Sheriff Denholm took him away this afternoon. ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 July 1904

« ADMIRAL GLASS RELIEVED OF COMMAND OF PACIFIC SQUADRON BREMERTON", July 16.—Under sullen clouds and in a drizzling rain, the pennant of Rear Admiral Glass, late commander of the Pacific squad ron, was hauled down from the mast head of the cruiser New York at the Puget Sound navy yard yesterday, with Impressive naval 'ceremonies usual on such occasions, and the gal lant officer afterwards left the ship. I As the New York's bell struck the hour of 11:30, all hands aboard the cruiser were called to quarters and formed on the port side aft. Ad miral Glass then came on deck, ac companied by his staff. Flag Lieutenant Andrews stepped forward and read the order from Secretary of the Navy Morton, reliev . Ing Admiral Glass of his command Of the Pacific squadron and ordering him to proceed to San Francisco. The admiral then formally turned over Ike command to Captain Hunker, and las the last crash of the- salute of 12 guns died away the admiral's flag, flying from the mlssewiasl. fluttered ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 July 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL. I. NO. 181. ALL HOPE FOR EARLY SETTLEMENT OF PACKERS' STRIKE ABANDONED Strikers Assume Threatening Demeanor and Trou ble is Feared-Union President Declares Mo Further Steps Towards Arbitra tion Will be Tahen-AUled Craftsmen May be Called Out CH.CAOO, July IR.—President Donnelly of the Butchers' union re turned from St. Louis this morning. lie said there would be no further conferences with the packers unless they should be asked for by the beef trust. He reported that all the Bt. Louis trust plants are completely tied up, while the independent plants Bie Working double time and will soon be in a position to put on three shifts. All reports from the- East show that the unions have control of the situation. Tonight the unions will send cat tle butchers to Philadelphia to work in the independent plants and other Eastern packing houses that have granted the demands of the union. May Call Out Allied Unions. OMAHA, July 18. —There was no Change in the strike...

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

s THE TACOMA TIMES ' Kvcry Evening Except Sunday by The Taooma Time* PnblUhlng Company - Entered at the pontofflce at Tacoma, Wash., as second class matter. USES THE SCRIPPS-M'RAB TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE). * ' -* ....... . .1 ..»!.. ... .1 — . i : _—— OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET. TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a •ggjW»|fc k _ 25 cents a Month, $3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mall, Ci^2^^^ by Carrier or by Mall. I— . ■„ . - ', ,v_-= ...... , ■- -.--r-=r=m i -=a I THE REAL SUFFERERS In Chicago the city administration is engaged In I real crusade against the little gambling joints where "hand book making" is going on. The hand hook operator gets his quotation* over the telephone and Ins patrons are largol\ Bait up of clerks and laboring men who have i inoculated with the gambling mania. These young gamblers have mothers and sisters and sweethearts, and the chief aides In eradicating the evil are the young women who have been affected. i\ day's mail of the police depa...

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

INDIAN KILLED ON INTERURBAN Peter Napoleon, the Indian who ■was struck by Interurban train Xo. [>'>:'. near Fife yesterday morning, tiled this morning at 3:30 o'clock at the Fannie Paddock hospital. The Indian was lying asleep on the track and the motorman discovered the body too late to stop. The train struck the body with a torce that hurled it quite a distance into the bushes. Napoleon was picked up and brought to the Fannie Paddock hos pital, where Dr. Love attended to his injuries. He was badly hurt about the head and shoulders and the wheels of the train had cut off his right arm. Frank Jake, the man who was re- DAIRIES MUST BE CLEANED UP Before the end of this week tlie pure milk crusade in Tacoma will be in full swing. Drs. Love and Hicks, who represent the State Med ical association, are determined that nothing shall be left undone to bring about an improvement in the condi tions of dairies shipping milk to Ta coma. Dr. Love said today. We will not do anything today b...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 July 1904

« MAMMOTH lln'lKOTJriS ALMOST RUDY FOR MIEN TRIP Largest Combined Freight and Passenger Boat in the World Expected to Reach Tacoma in September At time for the sailing of Hill's ; big freighter. "Minnesota," from New York to Tacoma, draws ii.hi. local vessel in' are discussing the event with ' considerable interest. That the big vessel will come direct to Tacoma for her first cargo, there is no doubt. Outside of San Fran cisco; Tacoma Is the only port on the Pacific coast that has wharfage and warehouse facilities for loading ves sels of that Bize. Win this monster steam ship will arrive Is not definite ly, known but it will probably not be later than the middle of September. Almost ready for her trial trip, the steamship Minnesota lies moored beside her sister ship, the Dakota, at the ship yard of the Eastern Ship building, company at New London. To the landsman the ship seems com plete, although painters were cover ing the steel masts last week with their final coat of yellow, and...

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. — 19 July 1904

Independent in AH Things VOL. I. Ml. 182. MONTANA STOCKMEN OFFER 500 COWBOYS AS SHE BREAKERS Offer is Declined by Packers—Union Leaders Now Preparing Final Peace Proposal—lndica tions Point to General Strike and a Prolonged Struggle CHICAGO, July 19. —In the mall •which reached the packers this mor: - Ing was a communication from t i Stockmen's association of Montana, offering to furnish 500 cowboy butchers, "who," the letter said, "will be able to take care of them selves." The offer was declined by the packing houses. I'nion's I'm.ii Proposal. The leaders in charge of the strike Diet this morning In the Sherman house to prepare an ultimatum to the packers. Should this final peace move fail, the probability is that the engineers, firemen, steamfltters, coopers and painters will declare an Immediate strike. This final state ment is being carefully worded. ALL DEPENDS t'POX CHICAGO CONFERENCE OMAHA, Neb., July 19. —The Strike situation is unchanged thin morning, awaiting the result o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 July 1904

3 THE TACOMA TIMES Krerj- Kvrnlnfj Except Sunday by The Tucotnn Time* Publishing Company Entered at the poatofflc« at Tacoma, Wash., *■ second-class matter. USES THE SCRIPrS-M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a nrflflSSfeu 26 cents a Month, $3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mall. c^2ggi^* > by Carrier or by Mall. LIFE'S LITTLE THINGS A wild bird's song is a little thing —lost in U,e deeps of a suij sky. And yet wheaTH falls on a listening ear, and leaves its message of melody, earth's green grows brighter and life seems lighter, and summer 1 is real. A budding rose is a little tiling lost in the gold of a summer sun. An.l >< t wherever It bursts in bloom and scatters afar Its fragrance sweet, love grows dearer and heaven nearer, an.l Us petals fall too soon. A passing rattle- is a little ililnß lost in a world of toil and care. And yet the soul with gloom oppressed and the life grown wearied with burden...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 July 1904

WHALE THROWS WATER INTO LAUNCH Mr. and Mrs. M. gutter can testify Jo the fact that there is a whale in Commencement bay. While they •were returning to Tacoma from their Binnmer home at Burton last evening they had an experience with the Bionster that they will not soon for got. When their launch, Comet, wan near the Government buoy the whale appeared within ten feet of the boat. After splashing the water about with NEW REGISTRATION NOT REQUIRED When the Fourth precinct of the Fifth ward was divided, one of the questions that arose was whether or not voters in the new precinct would have to register before the next elec tion, when they were registered in the Fourth precinct before the divi sion was made. Some of the city of ficials held that a new registration Kvas necessary, and others contended that the law did not require it. Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Bates V'as appealed to, and his opininon is that a new registration is not re quired. In brief, the law says that if a voter move...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 July 1904

« THOUSANDS WAIT FOR RESERVATION TO OPEN OI'KXIXG THK ROSEBUD RttWRVATIOM FOB SI I I 1.1 \|K\T. A STREET SCENE IX BONMTBBL, SOUTH DAKOTA, WHERE REGISTRATION IS GOING US. :< BONESTEEL, S. D., July 19. —Thirty-three thousand people had registered last night for the opening of tke> Rosebud reservation. The rush to secure choice sections of land has now developed Into a stampede, and the crush on the trains and in the vicinity of the registry office Is Indescribable. TIGERS OPEN SERIES WITH TAILENDERS The Tigers are to open the last ■erics of the first season at Portland this afternoon. Th« last game will be played next Sunday, when, It Is supposed, Fisber and hie men will be formally declared the winner*.. Seattle this week will piny In Ran Franciioo with the ()H)<l«nrt team, and unless the Siwasbes break even with Lohman's men, they will likely be noM«<t out of second pine* by the Angels. . There is JUBt a possibility that Se attle might come down the stretch a winner over...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 July 1904

Independent in All Things VOL. I. NO. IM. ENGLAND FILES STRONG PROTEST AGAINST ACTS OF RUSSIAN NAVY Demands are Imperative and Explicit—British Cruisers Sent to Port Said Presumably to Compel the Surrender of the Ship Seized by Russia (BULLETIN.) ST. PETERSBURG, July —The British ambassador called on the for eign minister today anil presented England's protest against the stop page of the steamship Malacca, which carried 800 tons of war munitions for Hongkong, all being under the gov rrnment stamp. (BVLLBTIV.) ' LONDON, July 20. — It is rumored on (tie stock exchange this afternoon that the Malacca has been detained j at Port Said by two cruisers of the Itiitivli Mediterranean fleet. At the Peninsula & Oriental oflice no con firmation can be had. Victoria Steamships Warned. VICTORIA, B. 0., July 20. — A dis patch from London today gave a ■warning to the captains of the Em press liners, running between Vic toria and the Orient, to keep on the ■watch for the Russian Vladivostok sq...

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

o THE TACOMA TIMES » KvMiind Except Sunday hy The Taroma Tlmeii Publlull In* Company red at the poßtofflco at Tacotna, Wash., as second class matter. ÜBBB THE SCIiII'I'SMIiAK TKI.r.ORAPHIC NEWB SERVICE. OFFICE, TtiS COMMERCE BTKKET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a _.<3g"jSy»v 25 cents a Month, 13 a Year, Veek, by Carrier or by Mail. ™'-. by Carrier or by Mall. RIGHT IS ISO WEAKLING ' Lots of good people seem to think that Right Is a weak minded. Sickly little chap, with bowlegs and curvature of the spine, and that Wrong Is a great big lusty fellow with stout legs and a clear, cunning brain. Hence these good people are sure Wrong could and would easily over come Right were the two permitted to gel together and fight It out. Therefore they try to keep them as far apart M they can, so thai EMgni shall never feel any influence exerted by Wrong. But in so doing they so manage that Wrong never feels any influ :'Hbt. Why sesd a few lean and lonesome missionaries to work ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 July 1904

JUDGE PARKER AND SEN. DAVIS MEET FOR FIRST TIME TODAY HENRY G. DAVIS. The Democratic Candidate for Vice-President, ESOPUB, N. V., July 20.—Henry Cassaway Davis arrived from New York at noon today, accompanied by his secretary and National Commit teeinan Mack, who came along pri marily because Davis had never met Parker, and Mack was delegated to effect the introduction. ROOSEVELT WILL NOT INTERFERE WITH PUCKERS' STRIKE IT PRESENT OYSTER BAY, July 20. —It was authoritatively denied today that the president has sent, a secret agent to Chicago for the purpose of invesli Opportunity Do you know the spendthrift is al ways mortgaging his next pay day? 'When you are out of work you will be glad to have something laid by (or a "rainy day." If you become ill or meet with some accident, you will be pleased to have something to tide you over such an emergency. In pro-| portion to the amount you have saved | you will feel entrenched behind a bulwark that poverty cannot pene trate. Ak your savin...

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