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

**•» THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Publishing Company Entered at the postoffice at Tacoma, Wash., as second class matter. ■ USES THE SCRIPPS-M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET..........TELEPHONE MAIN 713. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a j^gßSßteii! 26 cents a Month, $3 a Tear, Week, by Carrier or by Mall, *^g£2g i &*' by Carrier or by Mall. A PEARL OF GREAT PRICE Councilman Conrad has awakened a profound feeling of awe and ad miral lon among the other councllmen and citizens generally a* a resell of Ma -worn declaration that lie turned down on offer of $132,000 for hi- vote by the agent of the Independent Telephone company, Frank Mortimer. Mr. Conrad was presumed, of course, to lie honest, hut the revela tion of such ntupendous honesty, towering up like tlie George Waidiington monument, has reused many persons to think that they had greatly un derrated Mr. Conrad In the past. Think what $132,000 means; It is enough to keep...

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. — 12 August 1904

THREE HURLED OFF CUR AND BADLY INJURED Three passengers on car No. 66, on the South Tacoma line, were hurled from the front platform to the ground and seriously Injured this morning at 9 o'clock. The accident occurred at Thirty-eighth and M streets, and was due to the fact that Motorman Bonney failed to slow down as the car hit the sharp curve running at fun speed. The injured were Harry Delin. a boy of 12 years, several scalp wounds; Wilbur Slinger, aged 16 T. R. & P. SUIT IS WITHDRAWN The Tacoma Railway & Power company yesterday withdrew its suit, against R. W. Clark and the City of Tacoma. It will be remembered that, after the contract for supplying elec tric power had been given by the city to the Tacoma Cataract compa ny, the T. R. & P. company filed the complaint In the above case, asking that, the city be restrained from en tering into the contract, as it was acting contrary to the charter pro visions in awarding the contract to the Cataract company. Ths case was ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 August 1904

« ORLYN M. SNYDER IS DEAD AND •J. L.EKVALL CRIPPLED FOR LIFE ', The Injuries received by Orlyn M. Fn.-cl'i- at the St. Paul mill yester day proved fatal, death resulting last evening. J. L. Ekwall, the other man who was burled beneath the pile of lumber, was obliged to have his left J leu amputated. '," As soon as they reached the hos pital the Injured men were attended by Drs. J. R. Brown, Sargentlefa and McCutcheon. Snyder proved to have been Injured Internally, however, and the,efforts of the physicians In his behalf .were fruitless. .V\-*Lv * Ekvall's injuries may not prove fatal, but his condition is regarded as serious. Besides having his leg crushed, be has some bad Injuries BUSH LEAGUERS 'k DROP ANOTHER Pacific Coast League Standing. Won. Lost. Pet. Tacoma ........... 10 5 .667 Seattle .. 10 5 .667 Los Angeles 9 6 .600 San Krancisco ...... 8 8 .600 Portland 5 Hi .333 Oakland ........... 4 12 .250 Again yesterday the Champions 'walked away with an easy game from the Portland ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 August 1904

—— ———____-__^ Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. NO. 204. RUSSIA'S DEFEAT OVERWHELMING— I ADMIRAL KILLED—SHIPS DISABLED Naval Battle off Port Arthur Proves Disastrous to Czar's Fleet-Admiral Wittgert, Commanding the Squadron, Is Blown to Pieces By Bursting Shell- Five of the Six Battleships Engaged Badly Dam aged- While Japanese Escape Unhurt The Russian gattleship Pobleda, which suffered serious damage in Wednesday's naval battle off Port Ar thur: 12,67-1 tons; length, 436 feet; beam, 71% feet; draft 27% feet. Guns—Four 10-inch, 11 six-inch, 24 three-inch, 26 machine guns, six torpedo tubes. Speed 16 knots; maximum coal supply, 2,058 tons. (BULLETIN.) LONDON, Aug. IS. — Admiral Wittgert and several other officers of the Russian battleship Czarevitch were killed and Captain Wainoff and Commander Sniuoff wore wounded in Hie naval battle fought off Port Ar thur on Wednesday. (BULLETIN.) ST. PETERSBURG, Aug. I?,.—A telegram from Kiao Chou says: "A Germa ncrulser, probably the Fuerst Bi...

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

*» . THE TACOMA TIMES Every K-t rnlng Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Publishing Company Entered at the postofflce st Tacoma, Wash., as second-class matter. ~ USES TIagTsCRIPPS-MRAB TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. •-— ■' i -=b^zr~~— ~ '■'' '—- '■"-■■'■- One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a „«<S?s5»-2tv, 2 5 cents a Month, $3 a Tear, Week, by Carrier or by Mall. < *,^^^?9» l, v Carrier or by Mall. TRAINING FOR SUCCESS Real happiness is based upon success In a definite aim, and as one rises in Intelligence and knowledge one feels more and more acutely the misery of failure. How important then is It In the scheme- of life, which is Intensely practical In these days of fierce competition, that in getting an education a boy should gather it not merely for the enlarged view it gives him, but for its adaptation to the needs of his future life and work. Too many young i;.-n are educated to do things they are not fitted to do. Their training is not m...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 August 1904

STEAMSHIP LYRA ARRIVES—SHE WAS WITHIN SOUND OE RUSSIAN FLEET The steamship Lyra, of the Boston Towboat company's fleet, arrived in port early this morning after making a record-breaking trip to Manila and return. She left here June 1 and left Manila for the return trip on July 0. While the ship was in Jap anese waters many evidences of war were seen. The day before entering th harbor at Yokohama reports from the guns of the Russian Vladivostok fleet were heard. At Moji the Japanese army was very active in enlisting new recruits for the Second division. While the Lyra was in that port thirteen trans ports loaded with men and supplies left the harbor for Manchuria. In discussing the trip today. Chief Engineer McDonald said: "We saw many evidences of hostilities while MILKMEN WARNED Dairymen who sell milk in Tacoma have received the following letter, signed by Dr. 1,. L. Love, city health commissioner, and Dr. James R. Yocom of the state board of health: "For ten or twelve weeks there ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 August 1904

4 BASEBALL Gil LEFT IyiSCUST Pacific Cowl League Standing. Won. Lost. Pet Taconia ........... 10 6 .625 Seattle 10 6 .625 Los Angeles 10 6 .625 San Francisco ...... 9 8 .629 Portland 6 10 .375 Oakland 4 13 .235 A small crowd of fans who were so unfortunate'as to be present at yesterday's exhibition at the Elev enth street groniKlK left the place in disgust before the agony was fin ished. The Bengals pulled off a total of nine errors, and the Porters •wer* close behind them with • nix. Fisher's men made seven runs, while the Dugdaleans pulled in thirteen, getting as many a* seven in one in ning. -. . 'A'V- .'v..;. -iv.v.'. i It was a bad thing for the gate Receipts, which had already shown an alarming decrease shir,- the Porters came ere. Three bush league ex hibitions m succession by the latter learn, capped by yesterday's moving •picture show, will about prove a death blow to the attendance this week. ; \ ;;;_ --. I Thomas twirled for Tacoma, allow ing 13 hits, while Roach, for Por...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 August 1904

Independent in All Things VOL. i. NO. 800, TOGO ERAPPLES WITH REMNANTS OF RUSSIA'S PORT ARTHUR FLEET Czar's Crippled Squadron Again Attempts to Es cape From Port Arthur, But Togo Intercepts Movement—Big IS aval Battle Ensues— Fall of Fortress Expected Daily p, (BULLETIN.) WASHINGTON, Aug. 15.—The consul general at (Trn-foo cables the state department today as follows: **1 have been informed that another naval attack was commenced on Port Arthur this morning. The Russian (Bruiser Novik and three destroyers reached this port this morning.'* (BULLETIN.) CHEFOO, Aug. 15.—An uncon firmed rumor is current that the Russian cruiser Novik has been sunk. The Novik took refuge in Ki ao Chow after the Port Arthur bat tle, but left within the 24 hour limit, presumably enroute for Vladivostok. BUSINESS MEN TO STAND BY THE STRIKERS CHICAGO, Aug. 15.—-The police began a rigid enforcement of the order against picketing this morn ing in 15 districts. Donnelly denies all rumors to the effect that a se...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 August 1904

a*» THE TACOMA TIMES Kvcry Even lag Except Sandfly by The Tieewnn Times Publishing Company Entered at the postoffice at Tacoma, Wash., as second-class matter. •* USES THE SCRIPPS^I-RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET. .TELEPHONE MAIN 733. Ore Cent a Copy. Six Cents a M rtfffiS^ M 25 cents a Month, ft a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mall. <Ji^Sa^{!g by Carrier or by Mall. A "ROYALTY" OF OUR OWN The fuss made over the Roosevelt boys at St. Louis is disgusting to the American spirit. No doubt, these are very nice boys—Just as are other wholesome hearted, well-trained boys, but there can be no question that the attention paid then, is due entirely to the fact that they are sons of the presl el. Nt We laugh at European royalty and boast our freedom from the de grading superstitions and conventions that cause the common people to kow-tow before It and regard It as. little lower than the angels. .Were young princes received in a foreign city as the Roosevelt boy hav...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 August 1904

TREMONT AND RAMONA COLLIDE IN FOG NEAR PORT TOWNSEND Steamship Tremont of the Boston Bteamshl pllne and the Seattle-Van couver steamship Ramona, collided in a dense fog this morning. The collision occurred about 2 o'clock this morning near Narrowstone Point, six miles this side of Port Townsend. Captain ('. P. Clancy of the Ra mona says that the fog was so dense that he could not see half the length of the vessel. He was proceeding slowly and blowing the whistle at regular Intervals. All at once anoth er whistle sounded about six points to the port bow and in an instant the big steel hull of the Tremont came CLAIMS THAT HE WAS SHANGHAIED ."' ON A VESSEL AT PORT TOWNSEND Since the revelations of the meth ods used to secure sailors for foreign ships leaving Puget Sound was made in The Times Saturday evening, a specific case, in which the rumors are substantiated, has come to light. The Informant is George Corbett who came from Kobe on the steamship Lyra. Mr. Corbet story is to the eff...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 August 1904

4 JULY RECEIPTS AT PORT OF TACOMA WERE $1,354,702 The harbormaster's report for the month of July shows a slight de crease in the foreign and coastwise shipments of freight from Tacoma. The coastwise shipments for the month are as follows: Flour. 9,186 barrels; lumber, 4,688,000 feet; coal, 36,040 tons; wheat, 66,146 bushels; oats. 240 bushels; hides, 1 ton; bullion, value, $216,782; feed, 5"6 tons; bale cl hay, 985 tons; general merchandise to California, value $18,463; general merchandise to Alaska, value, $647,911. : The foreign shipments for the same period were: Wheat, 1,867 bushels; flour, 18,463 barrels; raw cotton, 484 bales: tobacco, 94,829 tons; cigarettes, 102 cases; sack coal, 1,027 tons; acetate of lime, 391 packs; electric machinery, 163 cases; wire- nails, 3,150 kegs; horse shoe nails, 50 boxes; castings, 7 BENGALS SLUMP TO THIRD PLAGE Tactile Coast lacngne Standing. Won. Lost. Pet. Seattle '.'. 12 7 .632 Los Angeles ....... 11 7 .611 •Jacoma 10 8 .556 San Francisco 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 August 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL 1 NO. 206. PURTHUR SITUATION DESPERATE— HORSES SLAUGHTERED FOR FOl Beleagured City on Verge of Capitulation—Last Bombardment Did Enormous Damage—Russian Fleet Makes Another Sortie, But Hastens to Cover-Battleship Pallada Reported Sunk (BULLETIN.) WASHINGTON, D. C, Aug. 10.— Consul Fowler of Chefoo cabled the state department today thai it is re liably reported there that the Rus sian cruiser Palladn was sunk on the night of August 10. (BULLETIN.) CHKFOO, Aug. 10.— Word has l-een received hnre that the Russian ■qoadron which mad« a sortie from Port Arthur this morning returned to the port. It if said that the Russians did uot •nconuter the Japanese fleet. (BULLKTIX.) KIAO CHOW, Aug. 16. —The offi cers of the Cr-arovitch, which is dis mantled here insist that they saw a Japanese battleship sink during the battle Wednesday last. MORTIMER SAYS IT'S A "BARE-FACED LIE" Frnnk Mortimer, late promoter of the Independent Telephone company, has no faith in affidav...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 August 1904

2 THE TACOMA TIMES Ivvcrj i:vrnin( Except SuikJ.-tjt by The Taroma Times rubluhlng Company Entered at the postofflce at Tacoma, Wash., as two ml class matter. USES TIM BCRIPPB-MRAB TIfIL»ORAPHIC NEWS SERVICE). OFFICE, T«« COMMBRCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIM 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Coats a ..^"tTci. 25 centa a Month, $3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or »y Mall. i^jQ^^' by Carrier or by Mail. A BRIEF SERMOIS It is an old text, my brethren, to mhhh I invite your brief attention today: ' He thst loseth his life shall find it." A riddle? A contradiction? No. It is the explanation of the mys tery of life. The key to all true llvng Is in a single word: — Service. Idt9 is of value only as it in given away. Which is another way of putting the text. If there ts one thing true In thla world it i« that the man who hugs his life to htmnelf, who will not Rpend it. for otnerH, will - -some d.iy, si^iflinw. Kornrwhere lie robbed of It. Selfishness is the unforgivable sin. The stars in their coursed flßht t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 August 1904

SNOQUALMIE CO.GETS BIG POWER CONTRACT Work is progressing rapidly on the M» electrolytic copper refinery at the smelter. Manager Rusfc said to day tluit a contract had been let to the Snoqualmle Falls and White Riv er Power company for the new plant. The smelter already uses 400-horse power and when the new plant is in operation will be one of the largest FATE OF ALLEGED POISONER WILL BE DECIDED ON MONDAY ' PAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 16.—A decision on v motion for a new trial for Cordelia Botkin was expected to day, but Judge Cook announced that lie would not hand it down until DAVIS IS READY TO BE NOTIFIED WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS,Aug. 16.—Ten thousand people are expec ted to witness the notiiication of Mr. Davis tomorrow. The Davis party arrived last night, on a special train. . Taggart and Williams are expected laio today. The speaking will take place from the veranda of the Grand Central hotel. COULDN'T PASS ON SINGLE TRACK Two street cars came together in a head-on collision at the junct...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 August 1904

4 Gil CAUSES BITTER FEUD BETWEEN FOX ISLAND FARMERS STRAY " "The feud of the Fox Island farm er* is at an end. James Blcocher iB under bonds to keep the peace fur one year, and John Steuby nan hi* lost cow, which started all the trou ble, safely back home again. Judge Griffin, who has acted as arbiter throughout the trouble. Is also hap py and various and divers farmers of Vox island who have served as witnesses for the belliecranta have added to their bank accounts as a result of the feud. Ttve firm act in the drama occured several weeks ago, when Steuby'd * cow strayed away from home and in truded upon the domains of Neigh bor Bleecher. The latter tied the cow up to a post, but released the animal on the following morning. The cow. however, did not return home, and the owner straightway came to town and commenced legal proceedings to compel Bleccher to give up the animal. Before the case G. A. R. RANKS S ARE THINNER BOSTON, Aug. 16.—There were, ■ not so many of the boys in blue in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 August 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL. J. HO. 2<>7. WEST COAST FACTORY BUILDINB TD BE WED IS DEI OF INIQUITY "J. R. Turner and wife, William Reed and wife, X. M. Graybill and •wife to Ernil Mngnusnon, a parcel of land 100x120 feet, block 1402. Con sideration: Mortgage, $18,000; cash, 16,000." The above real estate transfer was put on record ai the court house last evening, ft, means that the suit in stituted by the West Coast Wagon company lo close up the vicious dens on A street between Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets will never come to trial. "Mysterious* Purchaser." The purchaser, "Emil Magnus son." remains almost as mysterious a quantity as some other recent pur GUTHRIE ROBBED BY LONE FOOTPAD S.E. Stephen E. Guthrie, proprietor of the Alpha drug store, corner of Bast D and Twenty-sixth street, was held np and robbed at the point of a re volver in the hands of a lone high wayman at about 9:30 last night. Mr. Guthrie was relieved of a valua ble gold watch, a revolver and a small am...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 August 1904

■ ~ '_. _ THE TACOMA TIMES Kvcry X yon Ing Kxcept Sunday by The Tacoma Times Publishing Company Entered at the postofllce at Tacoma, Wash., an second class matter. _ USES THE SCrUPrS-M'KAB TKLEQRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE. 768 COMMERCE! STREET.'. .'.' TELEPHONES MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy. Six Cents a ,«*£*"!£*>* *B cents a Month. 13 a Year. Week, by Carrier or by Mall. °^2^^*_ by Carrier or by Mall. CANADA AISD OUR TRUSTS If our own government, cannot make effective warfare upon the big trusts of this country, the government of Canada see, do reason why She should not take a try at it herself. Canada is preparing to enact the role of "trust busier and has se lected the hi*: American tobacco trust a« her tirst victim. l'niil recently there was a ver\ nourishing cigarette manufacturing industry in Canada. Hut the trusi on this side the line Stretched its unlades across the border. Since then the industry has been losing spirit. Dealers who have contracts with the American trust are...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 August 1904

JAPAN MAKES DEMAND FOR SURRENDER OF PT. ARTHUR Russian Commander Promises an Immediate Reply-Kuropatkin Retreats Another Step— Baltic Squadron Sails For Far East (BULLETIN.) TOKIO, Aug. 17.—The emperor has sent a demand to the coniinand iiiS' officer at Port Arthur for the sur render of the fortress. (lII'LLKTIX.) LONDON, Aug. 17 The corre ■pondeai of the Star at Kobe wires that the commander of the Russian forces at Port Arthur lias promised to send a reply to the Japanese de mand for surrender at 10 o'clock this morning. The demand was delivered by Major Vamkka. (BULLETIN.) ST. PETERSBURG, Aug. 17.—1t MISSING GIRL SENDS A NOTE TO MOTHER Mrs. Emily Hoyt, mother of Miss Norma Hoyt, the 16-year-old girl who has been missing for a week, re ceived a short note from her daugh ter this afternoon. The message gave no clue to the girl's whereabouts, and THREW PEPPER IN PICKETS PACE The Cooks and Waiters' union has renewed the war on Josselyn's res taurant. The place is declared un fair to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 August 1904

4 UNCLE HENRY" DAVIS OFFICIALLY INFORMED OF HIS NOMINATION John Sharp Williams Delivers the Message to the Nominee, Whereupon There Is Much Speechmaking ' WHITES SULPHUR SPRINGS, W. Va . Aug. 17. —Ex-Senator Henry Q. Davis was notified this afternoon that be is the Democratic nominee for the Tice-presldency. Congressmen John Sharp Williams and Champ Clark, with the members of the notification committee,. arrived here this morn ing. There were present also a con siderable number of prominent Dem ocrats of West Virginia, Maryland end adjoining state*. The actual noti fication was simple. After Mr. Davis . had been introduced, Congressman ■Williams notified the candidate in a short speech, and the latter replied briefly. The speeches were delivered from the hotel piazza. Subsequently a luncheon was served to the visitors. . The speech of Congressman John Sharp Williams notifying Candidate Daviis of his nomination follows: "We have been appointed by the most notable convention In the hi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 August 1904

Independent In All Things VOL. I. xo. 208. DEMAND FDD SURRENDER OF PORT ARTHUR IS SPURNED IT RUSSIANS Communication Between Hostile Forces Carried On Under Flag of Truce-Japs Will Now Renew As sault on Fortress-Reported That Mikado Lost 5,000 Men in Yesterday's Assault WASHINGTON, D. C., Aug. 18. — The following report was received by the Japanese legation here today: "The commander of the Japanese fortes besieging Port Arthur reports that on the 16th inst. he sent an offi cer, under a flag of truce, into the city, bearing a communication em bodying the wishes of the emperor for the release of the non-combatants •ml a letter advising the surrender of the fortress. "The documents were handed to the chief of staff of the garrison on Die 17th. "A Russian officer under a flag of Iruce, came out with a reply, in which the Russian commander re fused both the offer and the advice." (BULLETIN.) BERLIX, Aug. 18.—Die Poste re ports that in the attack on Port Ar thur yesterday the Japanese los...

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