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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 July 1904

« CHILD DROWNED WHILE FATHER AND BROTHERS STOOD HELPLESS -The body of Willie, the 4-year-old : ton of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Hogue, of 1212 Puyallup avenue, who was drowned in the Puyallup river yes terday afternoon, has not yet been recovered. Although the boy's father taw him fall into the river, the alarm was not given quirk enough to allow the workmen on the new bridge to aid In rescuing him. | Mr Hogue and his three sons went to the river in the afternoon to fish. On«» of the boys got a bite 8008 after throwing his line in, and in the ex citement of landing the fish Willie accidentally fell from the bank of the river into the water. The father and brothers were so excited over the ac cident that tin stood helpless and watched the child as he straggled to keep afloat. The tide whs low and where the boy fell in the water was only about three feel deep. After the body of the child had appeared and gone down again several times, Mr. Hog.un secured a boat and rawed FISHER TAKES FIRST GA...

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. — 21 July 1904

Independent in All Things VOL. 1. MO. IN4. WAR SPIRIT RAMPANT 111 ENGLAND— LOUD GLAMOR FOR DRASTIC ACTION Premier Balfour Admits Seriousness of Situation Before House of Commons—Czar Evidently Ready to Step Down a Peg—War Risk Raised on Pacific Coast Ships Owing to Fear of Raids by Russian Fleet BULLETIN. I ST. PETERSBURG, July 21. — is I reported here that the government has ordered the release of the Malac ca should a search of her cargo show (hat there is no contraband of war Aboard. BULLETIN. LONDON, July 21. —Much relief Is' felt this afternoon owing to a correc- j tion from Lloyds, stating that their correspondent at Periru had cabled that the steamer Pak Ling had passed that port, apparently all right It is believed she was merely stop ped by the Russians to have her pa pers examined, and allowed to pro ceed, no contraband being found. BULLETIN. ST. PETERSBURG, July 21.—The Russian ambassador at London has ashed for official assurance that the munitions aboard the Malacca wer...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 July 1904

■ THE TACOMA TIMES _____ I- ■■!? KvoiHag Except Sunday by Tlio Tucoina Times Publishing Company Entered at the post office at Tacoma, Wash., as second class matter. USES THE SCRIPPS-M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. -OFFICE. 768 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN' 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a rlr?Bßfcs 25 ceuts a Month. $3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. "''S^g^* by Carrier or by Mail. I * ■'■■■■ " — . ■ , , . . „ ■ ■-— —.... ....... 4 ONLY PART OF A MAN It in pretty geaarallj agreed Hi i 1 Ike detttwrate and intentional lm< In :.>r, nnaniiiillv able to rappoii a taniil; a bachelor for policy m on' who U dodnin« his plain duly ns a m< mlier of society. Not all bachelors are such deliberately. Most are bachelors uninten tionally, or accidentally, as ii were. For those who have missed their op portunities and permitted the unlovHiness of crusty middle age to steal upon them there can be only pity. But for the man who deliberately sets out to defy the laws of nature and to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 July 1904

TEAMSTERS THREATEN RAID ON THE CITY'S STRONG BOX Teamsters who were employed by Commissioner Welsh to do the grad ing on Eleventh street have not been paid. The money, about $90, has Ihoii held up since the first of the month, and some of them threaten to bring suit against the city if the amount is not soon forthcoming. When the council granted the peti tion of A. R. Titlow asking for the Improvement of Eleventh street from X street west to the city limits the commissioner of public works was In struct i'd to proceed with the im provement at once. At that time it was impossible to put the city teams on the Job and Mr. Welsh hired tiie work done by the day, agreeing to pay the teamsters $4.50 a day, though the ordinance says that team- Btcrs shall be paid at the rate of $4 a day. When the bill came In Uie finance committee members did not ace how they were going to get around the ordinance, so the bills STOCNG FIGHTER TO MBBT M'CLBLLAN Jimmy Briggs, the 130-pound thanpion of New Eng...

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

i PRESIDENT ELLIOTT RENEWS HIS PROMISE ON THE DEPOT QUESTION .Howard Elliott,-president of the Northern. Pacific Railway company, accompanied by i number of railway official*, arrived in Tacoma last eve nine on a special train. The party remained in the city over night and left, at 9 o'clock tins morning for a tour of the northern branch of the company's line,",. Mr Elliott is making a thorough lion of the Northern Pacific I and equipment He expects to a week <>i more In looking • i n terminals, and most of thm time win be sp.'iiT in -| j, coma. The president's special will TIGERS TAKE SECOND GAME Pacific Coml league Standing. Won. Lost. Pet. Tacoma ........... 65 43 .602 Seattle ........ 58 4t; .658 Los Angeles ........ 57 60 .538 Oakland 54 53 .505 Ban Francisco 44 f,2 .415 Portland 39 63 .380 PORTLAND, July II. —Mike Flsh •r cinched the pennant yetterda] by takinu the second game of the series from the taileoders If was an odd victory, but it swells the Tigers' pei eaaUaga ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 July 1904

Independent in All Things VOL. 1. NO. 185. CZAR ORDERS MALACCA RELEASED TO AVOID WAR WITH ENGLAND Seized Ship to be Turned Ov<er to British After a Formal Inspection—Malacca Incident Does not Close Trouble WASHINGTON', D. C, July 22.— (Bulletin.) —The state department Was advised by the American em bassy at St. Petersburg today that the British embassy has been officially notified of the release of the Malacca by the Russian authorities. LONDON, July 22.— (Bulletin.) — Foreign Minister l^uisdowiie drove to Buckingham palace today and had a long audience with King Edward. ST. PETERSBURG, July 22.— (Bulletin.—British Ambassador Har ding this afternoon received from the Russian foreign office a note agreeing that the Malacca shall not be brought before a prize court, and to prevent further incidents, as a matter of formality the Malacca's cargo is to be examined at Suda bay, Island of Crete, in the presence of the British consul. The captain of the steamer St. Pe tersburg gives as h...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 July 1904

• THE TACOMA TIMES #■-' ■ * ■' ■ ' ..""*'" |Ev«*ry Evening Except Sunday hy The Tacomn Times Publishing CompAny Entered at the postofflce at Tacoma, Wash., as second-class matter. ÜBEB THE SCRIPPS-M'RAE TELEORAPHIC NEW 3 SERVICE. OFKICB, T6» COMMERCE STREET. ... TELEPHONE MAIN 733 One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a —^^HBStfe 25 rente a Month, $3 a Year, Week, by/Carrier or by Mail. "^JsggggP** by Carrier or by Mall. BRYAIS'S EVIDEIST PURPOSE It Is quite evident that William Jennings Bryan does not consider himself "a dead one," poll (trail) speaking. At.the outset of the presidential campaign, immediately following th. nomination of part; candidates, he comes before the public with ■ new. plat form for the Democratic party, which Include* a declaration for the state ovrnership # of railways, the abolition of monopolies, etc., etc. ■'Juki how the Democrats of the country will regard this diversion by Mr. Bryan at a time when all party energies are supposed to be cen tered on the support of...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 July 1904

ATTEMPT TO THROW LISTER DOWN The Democrats of Pierce county Will meet at Germania hall at 1:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon to elect fifty delegates to attend the state convention a Bellingham August 2. So far there are no very strong in dications of a contest in the conven tion. It is claimed by the support ers of Ernest Lister, who will be a candidate before the state convention for lieutenant governor, that they bave votes enough to elect a delega tion favorable to his candidacy. Party leaders who claim to know what f3 GLAD TO SEE THE JEFFERSON SKAGWAY, July 22. — From Keuhikan to Skagway, where the new steamship Jefferson docked on Thursday morning, the voyage was one grand, triumphant procession. Every boat, sawmill and cannery blew off steam in honor of the Jeff erson. At Douglas a band headed by a big red banner with a black ball In the center greeted the steam er. A majority of the citizens of .Tu neau stayed up all night to inspect the boat. The last day of the trip the Jeffe...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 July 1904

« RIVER NEVER GIVES UP ITS DEAD All efforts to locate the body of .Willie.llogtie, who wan drowned In the Puyallup river Tuesday after noon, have failed., A part] headed by the boy's father has been search . ing the muddy waters of the river constantly since the accident occur red, but no trace of the body has been found. it is thought the body was car ried into the bay by the swift cur ENGINEER TO BUY CAPTAIN'S INTEREST _-'A deal is on whereby the half in terest in the steamer Norwood owned by Captain Wyman Is *to he pur chased by Chief Engineer Hidden. Mr. Bidden Is now half owner .of the boat and if the deal Is completed he will come into full possession. Csptain Wyman, it is said, will re tire as soon as the transfer is made. The Norwood is considered a val uable property She makes - three trips dally between Tacorna and it-master harbor and enjoys a good freight and passenger traffic. It is 'thought the contemplated change Is due to the trouble which arose from the chartering o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 July 1904

Independent in All Thing* VOL.. i. NO. 186. HUM NOW UP IN HIS O»ER niioQii'o or 7 nc nr Tur oniinu RUSSIA'S SEIZURE OF THE BCUDU Czar 9s Aggressive Hunt for Contraband Hay En tangle Him With the Kaiser—Danger of Ameri can Complication With Russia Depends on Outcome of Shawmut's Voyage ST. PETERSBURG, July 23.— (Bulletin.) —It is announced that advices received here from the cap tain of the volunteer cruiser St. Pe tersburg state that two more steam ers carrying contraband goods have been seized by him in the Red sea. TOKIO, July 23.— (Bulletin.) —A telegram received here this afternoon reports that heavy firing took place at 10:30 this morning off Boso pen insula, at the east entrance of Toklo bay. It is presumed that the shots ■were fired by the Vladivostok squad ron. OERXANT AHOUBHD OVKR BKI2UKK OF THE SCANDIA BERLIN, July 23. —Great indigna tion is expressed here over the cap ture of Uie steamer Scandia. Herr Ball in, managing director of the Hamburg-American Steamship com pany, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 July 1904

* _ THE TACOMA TIMES Kvorjr Evening Kxr«|>t Sunday by The Ta< oma Times Publishing Company Entered at the postofflre at Tacoma, Wash., as second-class matter. USES THE SCRIPPS-M'RAB TKL.EQRAPHIC NEWS SERVICES. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONES MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents * trf^Sl^feo 26 cents a Month, $3 a Tear. Week, by Carrier or by Mail. O«3g£gls p by Carrier or by Mail. BIG RAILWAY FIGURES The figures of the annual report of the interstate commerce com mission on the operation! of railways present Impressive total* of na tional prosperity. For the year ending June 30, 1903, there was an Increase of 9,623 In track mileage, the greatest construction since 1890. . .The capitalization of the railways made a total of more than $12,500, --000.000. Footings which thus run Into the billions become difficult of compre hension, even by minds familiarized with the gigantic operations of mod ern commerce. In the number of passengers carried for the jresr th< 1 BBOT«d ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 July 1904

AMERICAN ATHLETES DEFEAT ENGLISH TEAM IN BIG EVENT LONDON, July 2:!.—The Yale- Harvard team won the third interna tional athletic meet here today by taking six om of the nine events from the Oxford-Cambridge combina tion. The Yale athletes took the hon ors of the day by winning four firsts, *rliil<> Harvard and Oxford each se tured two, Cambridge winning but a tingle event. The results follow: 100-yard dash—Won by Bcnick ;( Harvard), time 9 4-f.. Quarter-mile run — Won by Dives .(Harvard), time II 4-5. BIG RING FIGHT THIS AFTERNOON PHILADELPHIA, July 23.—The Fiizsinimons-O'Brien fight takes place this afternoon at the National leagtfs grounds. An immense crowd is present and 150 policemen are on the grounds. BRICK BLOCK TO REPLACE SHACKS As soon as arrangements for party Uratts can be perfected, a one-story brick building will be erected on the four lots hi the corner of Pacific ave nue and Eighth street. The old Shacks now standing on the lots were irecently condemned by Buil...

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

4 THE OFFICIALS WHO ARE DIRECTING THE BIG STRIKE OF THE BUTCHERS The men who are leading the stock yard strikers are shown in this group. At the left Ik W. J. Sterling, vice-president of the butch ers' organization. He has been a constant counselor of President Don nelly. N«vt to Sterling; In John FloeißcTi, secretary of the butchers" union Ha, SHUT-OUT FOR FISHER'S MEN Pacific Coast League Steading. Won. Lost. Pet. Tacoma •••••*••••• 6ti 44 •600 Seattle CO 46 .566 Li« Angeles 57 61 .111 Oakland ........... 54 55 .495 San Francisco 46 62 .426 Portland ........... 40 64 .385 £ PORTLAND. July 33.—The Tigers wore taken down the line for a shut out yesterday by Dugdale's Utilend tra. . The champions found Roach banl to ait. while Tl>om;«s was easy Order your Gas *Ra,nge This WeeK Hanjges Set "On Triar We don't kttlieve tfeerc is a kitoben in town good enough, that has equip ment enough to give a housekeeper the real hon- est help that a gas range gives. Of all the kitchen buttering s...

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

Independent in All Things VOL. 1. NO. 187. REPORTED THAT RUSSIAN FLEET IS AFTER PACIFIC COAST STEAMERS Fears Entertained for the Korea, the Shawmut and the Gaelic now En route to Japan From Pacific Const-Russians Sink One British Steamer and Seize Another (BULLETIN.) TOKIO, July 25.—The Vladivostok squadron waft sighted at 2 o'clock this afternoon off Kaamt province, on the east side of Tokio bay. (BULLETIN.) TOKIO, July 25.—1t is learned that the Vladivostok fleet is search ing particularly for the ocean liners now enroute from San Francisco and Pnget Sound ports to Japan. Many of these steamers, including the Shawmut, the Korea and the Gaelic, are known to be carrying supplies which the Russians consider contra band. (BULLETIN.) LONDON, July 25.—1n the house «f commons this afternoon Premier Bali'our Mated that the Malacca in cident is still giving Hie government great anxiety, but ho thought Uio signs obtainable portended a favora ble issue. HaJtour said the question as to the pa...

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

* THE TACOMA TIMES Every Krenlng Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Publishing Company Entered a! tt.c ; Dostofflce nt Tacoma, Wash., as second-class matter. USES THE SCIUPPS-M'UAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE}. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET. TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, 1' Six Cents a ,^=£32S3t>n. *5 cents a Month, $3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mall. "'sJ^s^ by Carrier or by Mall. THE DEFEATED Thousands of "Mipcess" editorial;- hare bM written. Magastne nr* I - •les exploit the life careers of captains of Industry for the edtK.i'ion unK mum. Writers on the toptt Btck out the Btrlking examples a| id exhort tlie fosM to eaiaaatt them. But why not exploit the failures also? Why nut pick out the human wrecks —the Ml Who ■ 'aye fai and liold thorn up as r»l> jtt i lasjaoMi In every almsliiniae, or asylum, or BOVM fur the. friendless may bo found tlie defeated who could give patnetto Waning. What would I say if interviewed? Some of them, to be sure, have hern nniortnnato. They...

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

BLUE FUNNEL LINER WILL TAKE CHANCES WITH RUSSIAN FLEET Much speculation is being indulged fn as to whether the Blue Funnel liner Stentor, which ib taking on a large shipment of steel rails for Yo kohama, will leave Tacoma while the Russian fleet is watching the ei. tiance of ships to Yokohama so close ly. It was stated today by the agents of the company that the vessel wou!* leave here August 4, as scheduled. The steel is consigned to private parties, which, it'is argued, will ex TIGERS LOSE FINAL GAME Pacific Coast League Standing. Won. Lost. Pet. Tacoma 66 4G .589 Seattle 62 47 .569 Los Angeles 59 52 .532 Oakland.. «. .. 55 57 .491 San Francisco 46 64 .418 Portland 42 61 .359 PORTLAND, July 25.—The Tail enders made it three straight vic tories by capturing yesterday's game from the Tigers. Fisher's men have slumped to the extent of 17 points in the percentage column as a result, but the closing game of the season found the Bengals 20 points to the good. Yesterday's game was an 11-...

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

« BIG BANQUET WILL END FOUR DAYS' MEETING OF THE GERMANS A farewell banquet at Oermanta hall tonight/will end the four days' taengerfest of the North Pacific Saongerbnnd in Tacoma. The visit ing Germane are glad they came to Taeoma, and are going away with feelings that will make them want to come again. At the banquet to night only members of the Baenger bnnil, with their wives and families, •will be present—a sort of a family gathering. .This morning all the societies were well represented at a picnic at Span away, park.,. During the afternoon most, of them returned, and the rest of the' day was spent In visiting the ethers "parka' of Tarn-ma. • Th* fesitivitkea started yesterday wkh the parade, which left Elks' hall about noon; headed by a platoon of police.and. Schmidt's band. Follow ing cam« the Arion club of Portland, Harmonic of Spokancf.-Maennerchor of Walla Walla, Concordia of Bell itißham, Llederkranz of Everett, car rt»K*s 'containing newly elected and retiring officers o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 July 1904

« BIG BANQUET WILL END FOUR DAYS' MEETING OF THE GERMANS A farewell banquet at Gcrmanla | hall tonight will end the four days' paengerfest of the North Pacific Baa&gerbnnd in Tacoma. The Visit* ing Germans are glad they came to Tiironia, and are going away with j feelings that will make them want to come again. At the banquet to night only members of the Saenger band, with their wives and families, mill .be present— sort of a family gathering. This morning all the societies were well represented at a picnic at Span away .park.,... During the afternoon most of (hem returned, and the rest of tbVday was spent in visiting the ether* parks of Tacoma. ■ The fesiUvitles started yesterday wKh the parade, which left Elks' hall about noon; headed by a platoon of police.and, Schmidt's band. Follow ing cam a the Arion club of Portland, Harmonic of Spokane, Maennerchor of Walla Walla, Concord)a of Bell ingh&in, lilederkranz of Everett, car ria^e-i containing newly elected and retiring"of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 July 1904

Independent in AH Things VOL. 1. Ml. IKK. JAS. 111 INDICATES WILLINGNESS TO GONFtR WITH PEOPLE OF TlflH Will Discuss Possibility of Extending the Great Northern to This City-An interesting Letter Just Re ceived by The Times The "collective letters" sent out from Tacoma to three railway presi dents, asking them to build their lines to this city, have not been un heeded. Two of them have been answered, woe by J. Kruttschnitt, director ol maintenance and operation of the- 1 Harriman lines, speaking for hi» chief, aud the other by James J. Hill bim self. The third "collective letter"the cue addressed to President Rail lug Of the Milwaukee, . remains unan swered up to this date, a fact regard ed a* significant, by those who have been following the recent tide-Hat deals in Taconw. It will be recalled by all citizens of Tacoina who were readers of Tbe Times last May that this paper pre pared three letters, one to James J. Hill, one to E. H. Harriman and the other to A. J. Bailing, asking e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 July 1904

Independent in All Things VOL. 1. NO. IHB. JAS. J, HI INDICATES WILLINGNESS TO CONFER WITH PEOPLE OF TAGOMA Will Discuss Possibility of Extending the Great Northern to This City-An Interesting Letter Just Re ceived by The Times The "collective letters" sent out from Tacoma to three railway presi dents, asking them to build their lines to this city, have not been un aeeded. Two of them have been answered, sne by J. Kruttschnitt, director ot maintenance and operation of the 1 Harriman Hues, speaking for hi» chief, and the other by James J. Hill himself. The third "collective letter"—the one addressed to President Earllng at the Milwaukee, . remains unan swered up to this date, a fact regard ed as KigiiificMit by those who have been fOFlowiag the recent tide-flat deals in Tac.oiiM. It will be recalled by all citizens of Tacoma who were readers of Tbe Times last May that this paper pre pared three letters, one to James J. Bill, one to B. H. Harriman and the other to A. J. Enriing, askin...

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