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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 August 1904

. *» THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by Tho Tacoma Times Publishing Company Entered at the post office at Tacoma, Wash., as second-class matter. USES THE SCRIPTS TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET. .. TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a a__SS__i_ 25 cents a Month, $3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mall. *!SaJ.pS_y^ by Carrier or by Mall. A BEGGARLY TEN PER CENT : While 'in- Yankees are shouting about Hie success of Hie American invasion and chuckling over the flow of English and French gold Into our American pockets, there are some facta that might serve <> quell their exuberance. South America,! n a trade way, should belong to this country—body, soul and breeches. It should not be possible for any country on Hie globe to undersell America, or to possess trade facilities equal to tho Yankees. .'■•'">: .' ■*■' But Europe docs gal Into that great market and with both feet at that. Europe sends cargoes where the United States sends ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 August 1904

ORDER RESTRAINS ON MINERS 111 did SPRINGFIELD, IM., Aug. I.Jo seph Letter today asked and obtained from the federal court a temporary unction against, the union miners at Elector, his mining property, which has been stockaded and which MRS. META DIXSON FALLS HEIR TO BIG FORTUNE IN AUSTRALIA By a strange move of fortune, Mrs. Mela DiXSon, former keeper of the pantry at the Hotel Washington, and now in charge of the Tacoma branch Of McCoy's Seattle flower store has fallen heir to property valued at from $600,000 to $ 1.1-0 1,000. This hap pened several weeks ago, but Mrs. DlXßon's modesty would not permit her to make the matter public. Some of her friends, however, did some talking, and the story of her good fortune came out. The story as told by her friends, is a romantic one. When she was eighteen years of age she met and married a poor man in Australia. The act so enraged her brother, her only living relative, that he disowned her. They were both living in New Zea land at the time,...

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. — 1 August 1904

• FACTIONAL FIGhT WEAKENS j PIERCE COUNTY DELEGATION -■.-'-'v•:„'•*'■•'>■''.-■■;.■-..■,.-■'.."•' '.-.'-.'*--'-'' -...''--,*'•■■.-.■.'.. ■*■-".. ...'-.•-,.'..■ ;:,:•.'.'■, ■• ■/i Delegates'* to ,tlie;Deinocrailc»state L^nV-Sftflbn,*";which" meets at Belling k haat-*''t&niio^t6«rt}-'4f avo7 been * gathering *r|_»'*tt)A >Sat«rdft>^,.v*l*art df! the'; Pierce jeouiMjr del-Sgation' left last hlgbl.-hnd f;tl**-. reniaih-der * will ge*t* away v-this ; |'>yyd*^ag'.\fjrom'. raports'front ;dlffer 'erii part* o| th* state,'everything but of a" candidate ror _* governor; Is' In the air. it •is gener- thai ex-Senator Turner •'of^gpokAne will be named for trie gbdhd of the ticket. .**:«. ■^*-Jnt»t' what:Pierce runty will Re, <biit;bf-the convention. Is not clear. :A;fewjwCeks ago when the campaign --wasj being: outlined it was ;unde.r -,i*t<>od lln«differcnt'*partß of the stale 4,th_tJ-lerce county would, be accorded }}UrTß^h*onOlt4of naming the candidate Stvr, lieutenant,...

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. — 2 August 1904

Independent in Ail Things Vol.. l. MO. 104. CHANGE FOR POLICE DISCRIMINATION IN iIII rUH rUL it U bin 111 1 UN N; NUUHrS METHOD OF COLLECTING "FINES" Jiltl-lID BMILInUU Uf bULLLU lb UltO Story of the Manner in Which "Open Town" Rev enues are Collected Causes Wide Discus slon—Facts on Slot Machine Monopoly The mysterious secrecy with which I Chief Malony and Mayor Wright are: carrying on their dealings with the gamblers and money slot machine operators of Tacoma, which was re vealed by The Times Saturday, has proved little less than a sensation. Everybody knew that the city was regularly getting a premium from the gambling houses, etc., but no one except those "on the inside" suspect ed but that the method of collect Ins.: the city's share was open and above board. The Malony Method. The story published by the Times, and fully substantiated by facts and figures taken from the cash book in the police court, showed that the en tire system Is carried on in absolute secrecy. The cash boo...

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. — 2 August 1904

_ THE TACOMA TIMES "Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tscotna Times Publishing Company Entered at the postoffice at Tacoma, Wash., as second-class matter. USES THE BCKIPPS-MRAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE,* 768 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. ■TV' ""'i"_T" ""■,*■*■_ — "f"',"*;ir I'"*." ""; ■"_-;■'■—7 ■■——- ■■■- ■ ... p. ■■■■_...-. ■■ — _____________sssSmmS3Si •*—*"—"• ***" '' S " ■ " "*77 : One Cent a Copy. Six Cents a _.rigS_E____ L ■25 cents a Month, $3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. .****HS_2ggp>** J by Carrier or by Mall. THE VERTICAL WRITING FA The Chicago board of education has concluded to abandon the sys tem of vertical writing heretofore taught in the city schools. .;' Excellent!' Tacoma could well afford 10 follow Chicago's example. * This innovation, Introduced throughout the country about ten years ago, la a fad that should be dispensed with. It has no justification In the reason of things. The whimsical notion Is about as silly as anything could be an...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 August 1904

MORMON STRIKE BREAKER ATTACKED SUNNYSIDE, Utah. Aug. 2.— Italian strikers who have been camped here since November started trouble again yesterday. They caught a Mormon strike breaker in the foot hills and brutally beat him with pick BOSTON STEAMSHIP LINE PREPARES FOR INCREASED ORIENTAL TRADE Puget Sound shippers are inclined to believe that the action of the Steamship companies operating from Portland and San Francisco in sus pending freight traffic with the Ori ent will materially increase the ship ments from Puget Sound ports, es pecially Taooma. It is pointed out that shippers will not suspend opera tions and that merchandise that would ordinarily have been shipped from the ports of San Francisco and Portland will come to Tacoma. When the announcement was made of a suspension of Oriental traffic at certain ports, it is report ed, the Boston Steamship company immediately began negotiating for two additional steamships to put on the Paget Sound-Oriental route. This company operate...

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. — 2 August 1904

4 ANNEXATION MEANS LOWER TAXES \'A meeting of the Indian Addition i Improvement club was held last night to discuss the question of an-! nexation to the city. It was a lively l session and the members spoke en ] thuslastlcally for and against the project. Besides the addresses of the citi ■mm. City Controller Jackson ex plained what the tax rata would be If they were willing to annex under certain conditions. He stated that at the present time the reside) of the Indian addition are paying a tax' of 27 mills on the hundred, whereas it they were annexed they would pay only 25.6 mills. The meeting was not entirely eon- REDAN MAKES NEW RECORD SEATTLE, Aug 2.—-The fastest five-furlong race ever run at The Meadows took place yesterday In the fourth event, when Redan stepped the distance in one minute Bat, breaking all previous records, and Blinding the usual time by fully half a second. Though the field con tained seven horses, but live ware actual contenders. Anile and Toto Gratiot going...

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. — 3 August 1904

~ II Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. NO. 105. CHEAP SIDESHOWS AND POOR ACTORS CONSTITUTE MARDI 6RAS CARNIVAL Way in Which the Show People Have Worked the City for "a Good Thing"--A Money- Grabbing Scheme The alleged Mardi Gras Carnival •which opened in this city last evening 1« nothing more than an aggregation Of wandering sideshows and acrobats. And they are very poor sideshows and acrobats. The city authorities allowed this money-grabbing aggregation to get in to town on a paltry* license of $5 per day, while they charged the Floto shows, for one day's performances, $85. In addition to this rank discrimina tion, the city allowed the Mardi Gras people to have all the electric lights they wanted for a week for $120, and then put up poles and wires costing about $75 of the sum received. This morning the city's arc lights on the Carnival grounds were burning at 8 o'clock. Nobody cared. The city was foot ing the bill. The city council allowed the Mardi Gras to come here, despite the ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 August 1904

_ * THE TACOMA TIMES livery Evening Except Sunday by The Taroma Times Publinhlng Company y Entered at the postoffice at Tacoma, Wash., as second class matter. ■-■/'■ USES THE SCRIPPS-M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. . ~~~ j—-——■■ ■ " ■ ■ "—»■■■ : ■ ■•"-"■' —: -- ■- ---—■ OFFICE. 768 COMMERCE STREET. .........TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a r^^J^&t^. 25 cents a Month, $3 a Year, 1 .Week, by Carrier or by Mall. V*3S__%^' by Carrier or by Mall. CITY'S SHARE OF THE GRAFT The peculiar methods used by the police department iii arriving at the city's share of the gamblers' and slot machine men's profits are caus- Ing much comment. According to The Times'discoveries, Bade public yesterday, based upon a partial count of the money-paying slot machines in the business district of Tacoma, the city Is not getting much more than one-half of the money which it is supposed lo get. The Times found, in easily accessible places, 00 money-paying slot machines, while its reporters un...

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

COAST WHEAT GROWERS IN SESSION SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 3.— meeting of vital importance to the wheat growers of the coast is being held here this afternoon. Repre sentatives of the wheat industry met to discuss ways and means of In-. FOREIGN TRADE SHOWS UP WELL While there were but two of the large ocean liners to leave Tacoma for the Orient and the Philippines during July, the exports for the month will far exceed those for June. Besides the Shawmut and the Calchas, which tool, large cargoes for Japan, China and the islands, the German boats which left out for Mexico and South American ports during the month will add to the general results. The Alaska shipments for July will cut quite a fig ure in the harbormaster's monthly re port. Every steamship which has left Tacoma for the north during the past thirty days has carried an unusually heavy cargo. Owing to the fact that the steamships Stentor and Tremont discharged their cargoes in July and will take their outward cargoes in Au gust, t...

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. — 3 August 1904

4 The (apt a In, Riding by, Takes a Fancy to Ivan. MRS. NIAYBRICK OUTWITS REPORTERS ROUEN, Aug. 3.—Despite the close watch of newspaper men, Mrs. Florence Maybrlck left here on the BOSTON CHICKENS UP TO DATE Chickens with goggles on are the latest scientific Innovation tor feml nine henneries. Old women hens like to peck at each others eves. ' It M'BONALD SHOE to. M'DOXALD BHOB CO. McDonald nt ■ • Shoe Co.'s L/IOSMCj ____B____B_M__BB__B_BM w m .W *■■** I _VJ Out Sale Of the Heinamann & Posncr's .Stock of Women's and Children's Shoes Oxfords and Strap Sandals Offer the bargains—draw the crowdsplease the * buyers. Our sales never disappoint. We bouget these shoes from ileinemann & Posner at our own price. All new sliiit's and good styles. Heine* M m£^\____\ __ niann A- Posner'fl /$ prices are marked in M/ plain figures. A V^^^M You can see your *_m savings our windows I partly display, and in the store the shoes are shown on " trees, tables and cases for your easy selection an...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 4 August 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. JJO. 190. E. L MEAD COMES BACK AT PROSECUTOR CAMPBELL IN A SLOT MACHINE AFFIDAVIT Swears to Things Which County Attorney Denied in a Recent Interview in the Times IS. L. Mead, who made a statement to The Times several days ago to the effect that the county attorney's office had refused to file complaints against-violators of the slot machine law, today makes affidavit to what occurred between himself and Mr. Campbell in regard to the matter. The affidavit is made in reply to a published statement, by County At torney Campbell, in which he dis credited portions of the first allega tions made by Mr. Mead. The sworn statement which fol lows was voluntarily offered by Mr. Mead: "On or about the 10th day of May I called upon the prosecuting attor ney for the first time. At that time I stated clearly to him my position. The object of the prosecution was on account of the one man monopoly, which I seriously objected to. The county attorney at that time tho...

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 August 1904

_ THE TACOMA TIMES ___ «■-" ■' - -' "" ; cry Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Publishing Company -, —»■- ."■..*. j ssaae ■■■ I " - ■ ■ ; • i —i - -■■ ■ - i : Entered at the postoffice at Tacoma, "Wash., as second-class matter. : USES THE SCRIPTS MR TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE. 768 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 783. One Cent a Copy. Six Cents a „l ^HS_ 36 cents a Month, 111 Tear, Week, by Carrier or by Mall. **ZSSg_&?* by Carrier or by Mall. THE BUSINESS MARRIAGES OF RUSSIA One of the items that counts against Russia and other half civilised nations is the small part that human affection is allowed to play in the relations of husbands and wives. The higher classes, which have re ceived the benefits of education, love and woo much as do Americans, The mating of the rest is barbaric. In a Russian marriage market all the girls who want husbands are mustered in a long row on the principal street of a town during the .week of Epiphany. They are decked out in their pitif...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 4 August 1904

GAS COMPANY'S MEN OUT ON STRIKE This morning 31 men employed by the gas company in laying new mains in the North find went on strike for higher wages. The men have been getting $1.7;. for 10 hours' work and ask for an increase or 25 cents a day. They sent, a request to that effect to the company on Monday, but got no satisfaction, and today decided to quit. "It is the hardest kind of work we are doing," said one of the men. AMERICANS IRE STONED IN If Tl PORT AU PRINCE, Hayti, Aug. 4. —A general melee between soldiers and foreigners, a majority of the latter being Syrians, occurred here today. The police are powerless to suppress the disorder. The carriages of several Americans were stoned. FAST TRAINS IN COLLISION LOUISVILLE, Ky., Aug. 4.—The Louisville & Nashville southbound passenger train No. 1 collided with northbound passenger No. 2 this side of Horse Cave this morning. Thirty-three passengers and four trainmen were injured, Engineer Rehm seriously. TO INVESTIGATE PACKERS'S...

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

« YOUNG GIRL HAS HER LOVER ARRESTED ON SERIOUS CHARGE Arthur Davis was arrested last night on a warrant charging him with being intimate with a git un der the age of consent. The warrant was sworn to by Mas Bertha I Ind ler, against whom the alleged offense was committed. Miss Schindler's home Is in Rose dale, but during the past few months she has been Maying In nina with her brother, who is the manager of THEY "ROUND-UP" FISH IN ARIZONA PEHNIX, Arir,., Aug. 4.—Fish are not "caught" out here In tin- old-fash ioned way. but are hunted like jack rabbits, rounded up, as it were. This is because the Arixmia fish have taken to eating Brass. Regular cow fish for a fact. The other day C. H. Davidson, O. B. Richmond and H. A. l>iehl went out fish hunting. On the Haggard pas tures, wear the river, they rounded up a fine herd of catfish and humpback TIGERS TAKE RAGGED GAME f' Pacific Coast League Standing. Won. Lost. Pet Tacoma 6 2 .750 Los Angeles 6 2 .750 Seattle 6 3 .625 Oakland 3 5 .3...

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 August 1904

Independent in All Things VOL. i. M). 107. 13 MAYOR HID put nrT.pnH. A SUBJECT OF TIE KING OF ENGLAND? Madame Rumor Sets All the Gossips 9 Tongues to Wagging—Strange Stories Which Have Alarmed the Gambling Fraternity For some days past Madame Rumor has been spreading a tale over the city to the effect that Mayor Wright was still a subject of the king of England, never having been natur alized as a citizen of the United States. The madame declared that he had taken out his first papers on Puget Sound in territorial days, being a Canadian by birth, but had neglect ed to secure second papers, under a misapprehension of the requirements ot citizenship. Further, it was stated that, by rea son of the mayor's failure to become an American citizen, he was illegally serving as chief executive of this city, while still owing allegance to the British government. Gamblers Were Electrified. Naturally the story spread and caused considerable suppressed ex citement, especially among the mem bers o...

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. — 5 August 1904

c THE TACOMA TIMES = — :± L , ■ . ■: ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ... ..." = !.\ et v I "veiling Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Publishing Company Entered at the postofflce at Tacoma, Wash., as second-class matter. BBSS THE St RIPPS-MRAB TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET. TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a I> -fil*SS*t>. 25 cents a Month, $3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mall. "^sSJggg?*** by Carrier or by Mall. HAVE BRIBES BEEN OFFERED? The Times stands ready to publish any statements which members of the city council arc willing to make regarding (lie alleged attempts at bribery said to have been made in connection with the telephone fight lie- Iweon the Sunset and the Independent companies. Councilman Conrad's statements, which took on the form of direct accusations, were published in this paper yesterday, despite that gentle man's objections to such publicity. He made Ills cluvrges hi the hearing of two members of the editorial staff of The Times, using ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 August 1904

FREIGHT RATES TO ORIENT ADVANCED The reports coming from Vladi vostok to the effect that the Russian fleet is preparing to make another raid on the Pacific has resulted in a material advance of Oriental freight rates. At a meeting of the freight bureau of the North Pacific Oriental lines, held Wednesday night in the office of Frank Waterhouse & Co., in Seattle, the rate, beginning Sep tember 1, on wheat and flour from Pugel Sound, Columbia river and British Columbia points to the Ori ent, including Japan, China and the Philippines, was advanced from $4 to $5 per ton. W. D. Benson, secretary of the as sociation, was instructed to notify all Shippers of the advance. According- BAD PANCAKES CAUSE SUICIDE DENVER, Aug. s.—Hattie Stefle ban, a bride of three weeks, commit ted suicide this morning by swallow ing carbolic acid, because her hus band criticised her pancakes. TROUBLE SETTLED BY A MARRIAGE The complaint against Arthur Da vis, who was arrested yesterday morning on a warrant ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 August 1904

« LAWYERS AND COURT HOUSE MEN LINED UP FOR FIERCE COMBAT The event of the baseball season will occur Saturday afternoon at the Eleventh street grounds. A team picked from the court house men will go up against nine of the Taco ma lawyers In a contest for the local amateur baseball championship. Ad mission to the performance will be 25 cents, the proceeds to be equally divided between the Woolsey Home for Babies and the Children's home. The trouble will begin at 3:30 sharp and the strenuous struggle will continae until both sides art de feat- • - Rules to Govern Game. 1. — Any player not ready to take his position tit 3:30, fine 81-00. -2.—Any player not Rotting to first base, fine 25c. ; 3.—Any player not stealing a base, fine 25c. 4.—Any player making two-bag ger, one-half of lines remitted 5. —Any player making home run, all fines remitted. 6.— Any player stca'ing home, all fines remitted. 7.—Each player allowed two kicks at the umpires. it any player abuses the privilege the umpi...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 August 1904

Independent in All Things VOL. 1. NO. 108. j KUROKI MAKES TERRIFIC ASSAULT WHICH US H113,000 SOLDIERS i Russians Slowly Retreat, But Mow Down Enemy With Heavy Guns-Battle Fought Near Liao Yang (BULLETIN.) ST. PETERSBURG, Aug. «.—A telegram from Liao Yang Mates that the Japanese have lost 13,000 killed and wounded hi an attack on the Rus sian central position. ACCOUNTS OP BATTLE NOW IN PROGRESS ST. PETERSBURG, Aug. 6.—ln formation comes to the Bourse Ga zette in a dispatch which says that another great battle is being fought In the neighborhood of Houtsaize, on the railroad, 14 miles west of Liao Yang. The Japanese made a fierce attack on the Russian position at Houtsaiee with 54 battalions, 36 of which were regular troops. Ranks Mowed Down. General Kuroki employed his re serve men in the attack, while the regulars carried out feints. The ranks of the reserves were decimated by the Russian fire, but the vacancies were quickly filled with fresh men. The Russians ultimately slowly re- ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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