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

2 THE TACOMA TIMES Xm | Evening Except Sunday by The Tiirmna Time* Publishing Company : Entered at the postofflce at Tacoma. Wash., cs second-class matter. " .USES THE BCRIPPB M TELEORAPfeIC NEWS SERVICE). OFFICE, Ttt COMMERCE STREET ....... .TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a ,^fis9£^^v 25 cents a Month, S3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mall. *Jgjjj|£y by Carrier or by Mali. The rounoil bribery investigation should be thorough. Even the snow white robes of the Sunset Telephone conipnuy Hhould be inspected for rips There is no telling when its garment of purity may get worn out. That Seattle man who went fishing with two companions on the Sound, and returned to his anxious wife yesterday after a three days' ab sence with a tale that Tacoma's whale had attacked his boat and roared, Will please fish on his own side of thjp bay after this. If the whale e\ ( i catches him over neat Ta< oiim again, after spread big such a tale, it is dollars to dou;;hnuts that somebody ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 August 1904

STORMY DAY IN CHICAGO WHEAT PIT CHICAGO, Aug. 18. —On bearish reports from the Northwest this morning the bottom dropped out of the wheat market. Millions of bush els of wheßt went over the board in a few seconds and scores of small CHARRED BONES OF THE LYNCHED NEGROES SENT TO ROOSEVELT SAVANNAH, Ga., Aug. 18.—The situation at Statesboro is still seri ouh. Reports are coming from all parti of the county of the promiscu ous whipping and shooting of ne groes. The blacks are thoroughly terri CHAMPIONS PLAY FOR PRIZE CUPS The Pacific Northwest champion ship tennis tournament began this morning at the tennis courts on North First street and Yaklma ave nue. The pleasant weather brought out a large attendance to watch the play. A large number of entries have been made, Including those of a num ber of very skillful players, and the Ihe oontesta tomorrow and Saturday promise to be moat Interesting. M,r. Freeman, who has won the Thorne cup twice in succession, will not be able to play this ye...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 August 1904

4 GEN, W. W. BLACKMAN ELECTED GOMMANDER-IN CHIEF OF G. A. R. BOSTON, Aug. 18.—Business and } h .isure divided the time of the vls :• Itora to the Grand Army national en . tampmenl today. At the session this jtnorning General W. W. Blaekman of i I Massachusetts was unanimously "elected commander-in-chlef. The session was cut short to ena . tile tin. delegates to take part 4n the i great automobile ride this afternoon. I Thanks 10 the generosity of the auto - mobile owners of Boston and vicinity, ...... 1 LUCK STAYS WITH TIPCRQ WITH^TIGERS I Pacific CoMt Lca^ne Standing. Won. Lost. Pet. •Seattle 18 7 .660 Tacoma 11 8 .579 v Los Angeles II 8 .579 ; San Francisco ...... 10 11 .476 Portland 9 10 .474 Oakland 5 16 .250 V SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 18.—The .Tigers hunched three of th«iir four hits* in the seventh yesterday, which ,nt'tted them two runs, while the lo v cals, with nine hits to their credit, 'pulled in only a .single Score. Harbor was on the slab lot the Seals and t the ex-Si wash h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 August 1904

Independent in Ail Things Vol.. I. NO. 209. 61 spill SHOT TK DIH DESPERATE STRUBBLE WITH ROBBER Well Known Young Han Resists Attempted Mold-up and Receives Dangerous Wounds—Police Have Good Clues and Should Capture Footpad oooo9oeoooeoo*oocec • Gilbert W. Caughran is at the • • Fannie Paddock hospital, suffer- • • ing from two dangerous bullet 9 • wounds inflicted by a footpad 0 • last night. One bullet entered 9 9 the right lung near the nipple 9 9 and the other passed through 9 9 the collarbone on the left side. 9 9 In a hand-to-hand encounter 9 9 his left hand was badly lacer- 9 9 ated by the thug's teeth. 9 9 Mr. Caughran's condition this 9 9 afternoon was hopeful, and nn- 9 9 less blood poisoning should de- 9 9 velop his recovery is probable. 9 9999999999999999999 With clews that should lead to an Immediate capture, the police are to day attempting to locate the un known robber who last night fired two shots Into the body of Gilbert W. Caughran during an attempted hold up on Ta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 August 1904

9 THE TACOMA TIMES _ __ Kvgry Evening Kxcept Sunday by The Tiu-nnut Time* Publishing Company Entered at the postofHee at Tacoma, Wast;., as second class matter. ,>~~USE3 TUB SCRIPTS M TIi:iRC;itAPHIC~NB\V3"sgRVICB.~ OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Si* Cents a _frjSJ!2r!fc>_ 2B lents « Month. 13 a Year, Week, by. Carrier or br Mail. "q^-glgg 0 by Carrier or by MaiK___ WAS OFFERED $175 BOISUS . A .well known merchant of Taeonia Informs The Times that he was approached several days ago by a representative of one of the daily news papers of this city, who offered him $175 rash If he WOUld withdraw his advert lsing from The Times. ' The offer was declined. The merchant did not earn money In that WSJ other business men who advertise in The Times have recently been told that they could have advertising space in other papers at half rates for sixty days if they would tell nobody and would stop patronising The Tiaras. . I."l it bo said to the credit of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 August 1904

FIERCE CYCLONE SWEEPS NORTH ST. LOUIS ST LOUIS, Aug. 19. At :.>::>:. this afternoon a cyclone swept North St. l.onis. covering several city blocks. The Neldringhaus mill was brown down and ten persons are reported to have been killed there, while the list (>f injured numbers over tarty, \ score of residences were also blown down The storm was not noticed in the DIVIDING THE MONTHLY SPOILS Bail to the amount <A $436 was forfeited today by gamblers, who *rere called upon yesterday afternoon for their month's dues. The names lindor which they appear on the po lice blotter and the respective Amounts paid are as follows: "Jubm Barrett," $210; "S. Johnson." $2.">; "Sam Smith," $200. fisherman Tells ft STRANGE STORY A fisherman who refuses to have Jiis Dane published reported to the police department yesterday that he recently encountered a strange couple in a cabin near Al;i> wood, which may lead to a disclosure as to the where abouts of another of Tacoma'a miss fng slrl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 August 1904

«. LINEMEN PLAY PINOCHLE AND IKE CITY PAYS THE BILLS When Commissioner Welsh went Into office several months ago, orders were Issued that there should be no dieting on the part of city em ployes. Every man was supposed to do Hunt hours' work every day or give up his Job. >,\ Reports that have come in lately tnake it appear that the commission er's order was taken by some of the city employes to have been a joke. It is said that linemen employed In put ting up electric light wires on 1 street .have forgotten all about the eight .-,■■■ ■ ':.■ ■ ■ TIGERS TAKE A CLOSE GAME _____ .-. ■ • ■ •.. . . ••-• ,t ■ ■" V. T - ■■■■■. •■- . ' ratine Coast League Standing. Won. Lost. Pot. Seattle 13 8 .019 Tacoma 12 8 .600 Los Angeles ..' 12 8 .600 San Francisco 10 12 .455 Portland .; 9 11 .450 Oakland ........... 6 15 .286 SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 19.—The Champions took the second game of the series yesterday by a score of 2 to I, It was a close contest and a battle royal between Keefo and Whalen. Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 August 1904

Independent in Ail Things voi,. 1. >o. aio. SUPREME ATTEMPT TO CAPTURE PORT ARTHUR COMMENCED TODAY General Assault Inaugurated Against Entire Rus sian Front—Gen. Stoessel Reports That Japan ese Were Driven From Several Positions—His Men on Duty 16 Hours Daily-Togo's Flagship Reported Sunk-Russia Calls for Mere Troops (BULLETIN.) CHKFOO. Aug. 20.—The Japanese forces, it in believed, are now making their supreme attempt to take Port Arthur. At daybreak this morning the fight was at its height. The Japanese consul at Tientsin, who has' just arrived here, says to day's assault <>'• Port Arthur was di rected against the fortress along the entire front of the Pott. "It is the supreme effort of the Japanese, to which all recent battles have been preliminary. I firmly believe Port Arthur will soon be in our posses sion." (BULLETIN.) ST. PETERSBURG, Aug. 20.—A 'report has reached the general stall' that a telegram has been received from General Stoessel, in command of I'm Arthur, st...

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

= THE TACOMA TIMES I'viry Kvcnlng K»ccpt Sunday by Th« Turnma Time* Publishing Company Entered at the postofflce at Tacoma, Wash., an second class matter. USES THE BCRIPPS MRAB TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cent* a _.c-flffiffijifcit _ 25 cent* a Month, $3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mall. c^^^ p by Carrier or by Mail. AS TO THE MAULIISG OF CHILDREN Four-fifths of the principals of the P*Bllfl schools of N*e\v York art; Paid to he in favor of restoring corporal punishment to the important •in it occupied in the schools 30 yean ago. If New York again adopts the task she win taki ■> itep backward. Of COUTH, It is eM7 to point to our great men ;mil tell how they llek«i into shape by the teachers of past ijem rations. There was a time when It was considered the proper thins to pound the life nearly out of, not only the unruly pupil, but the backward one as well. Teacheni prided iheinsi hes on Inventing all aerta af p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 August 1904

COMMISSIONER WELSH FIRES PINOCHLE PLAYING LINEMEN Four City employes, engaged as linemen, hare been discharged by the commissioner of public works for playing cards at the city hall during working hours. Although the dis charge took place last Thursday, the matter has neen suppressed by the oflic-iiils until today, when the story leaked out. Last Thursday afternoon Mr. Welsh caught the men redhanded. They were playing pinochle in the BIG CROWD Si THE CEREMONY The ceremony of laying the cor nerstone of the new Northern Pacific hospital took place this afternoon. Charles M. Levey, assistant to the president, and General Manager H. .1. Horn returned from Portland to be present at the exercises. The South Tacoma shops closed at noon today to allow the men to attend. The following program was carried out: Music Schmidt's Band Invocation .... llev. A. .H Barnhisel Address B. S. Grosscup Formal ceremony of laying.the cor- neritoac Music Address Mayor Wright IU usic Addr< ss Father Hyleb...

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

4 VICTIM OF HIGHWAYMAN IS IN A DANGEROUS CONDITION After spending a restless night, Gilbert W. Caughran, who was held up and shot twloe by a lone high wayman - Thursday night, rallied . romewhat this morning, and the phy «lrlHn» attending him now have greater hopes for his recovery. . The most serious wound sustained In Mr. Cnughrnn in bis struggle with the thug is the bullet hole through his right lung. The" other shot, ■which entered the body near the pol- Inrbone, is not giving Caughran t^uch pain, but as the physicians have not yet removed either bullet, more dan gerous complications may set in at any time. The unknown robber who inflicted Retiring From Business We will soil our entire stork consisting; of SHOES, BOT'S AND YOUTH'S CLOTHING TiRY (iOOI)S. RATS, CAPS LADTSB' WALKI.NO SKIRTS, WAISTH »to. EVERYTHING! MUST BH SO 1, IN IXT V I)A YS Men's $1.50 Shirts... ...*I.OO Men's $1.25 Shirt 75c Men's President Suspend- -• ers ......... ...... B.V Boys' $6.00 Suits $2.50 Boys' $1....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 August 1904

■ • j !^?ss2 The Tacoma Times. • [pi* Cent VOL. 1, JNO. 211, SHANGHAI TROUBLE MM RESIT I INTERNATIONAL CIPUCATIS Russia Ignores Demands of China That Warships Must Leave Shanghai Harbor—American Ves sels to Protect Chinese Neutrality-Fight ing Continues at Port Arthur (BULLETIN.) SHANGHAI, Aug. 22.— The meet ing of the foreign consuls here has resulted in the preparation of a state- Blent* of the facts regarding the presence of the Russian warships in the harbor. (BULLETIN.) ROME, Aug. 22.—1t was an nounced today that the Italian squadron in the Far East has been ordered to co-operate with the Am erican fleet to maintain the neutrality of China. (BULLETIN.) CHEFOO, Aug. — According to reliable information from Port Ar thur, the Japanese have received 30, --000 reinforcements from the north. SITUATION AT SHANGHAI BECOMING SERIOUS SHANGHAI, Aug. 22.—The for eign consuls here will hold another meeting this afternoon. The taotai has Riven the Askold and the Gromo ▼l Mntil noon tomorrow ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 August 1904

*» THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Publishing Company Entered at the postofflco at Tacoma, Wash., as second-class matter. ..USES THE BCRIPPB-MRAB THJLEbRAPHIcT NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE. 768 COMMERCE STREET .. TELEPHONE MAIN 733 On« Cent a Copy, Six Cants a _<3?S§*™k>n 25 cents a Month, ft a Tear, Week, by Carrier or by Mall, "^g"' by Carrier or by Mail. LABOR UNIONS IN TACOMA Last Saturda> Tho Times gave space to a communication from Mr. Charles H. Baker, informing the public that there was no present scarcity of electrical power in this citjf, all rayorl to the contrar] not ■witnstanding. Mr. Baker, speaking of the quiet lliucs at prevent prevailing in manu irtag industries, which ho fairly Stated weie not. duo to lack of power, but to a lack of confidence on Hie part of Hie investing public brought about bj the outrageous boakfl gasMl practiced by trust finan in the East, goes a step further in his uWletaai by dedari&f that tho labor union...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 August 1904

STILL DRINKING CLOVER GREEK WATER The pumps at South Tacoma are Mill idle and have been for a week Hi cause the engineer in charge put the delicately adjusted machinery out of business the pure water which the new wells are .supposed to supply has been cut off and Clover creek flit li is again being dished up for drinking purposes. When a representative of The Times wen! to the pumping station this morning he found the eßfineer silting in the doorway, disconsolately holding his head in his bunds anil the big pumps idle and covered with a piece of canvas to keep the dust off. When asked why the pumps were TROUBLE FEARED IN SECURING RETURN OF GIRL'S ABDUCTORS Chief Mai on y and Detective Smith are expected to return from Van couver tonight with Horace Gates and Gertie Johnson, who are charged with a serious crime against Miss Xorma lloyt of this city. It is not known •what has delayed the officers in the northern city, unless they met- with ITALIAN SLASHER IS FINED SIOO F. Smith, who ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 August 1904

4 MINING CONGRESS OPENS IN PORTLAND PORTLAND, Ore., Aug. 22.--Sev eral thousand delegates are attend ing the Mfeath annual session of the American Mining Congress that opened in Portland today. The Im portance and extent of the mining indii-'v, in the United States is evi ed bj the fact that without ex ception every State and territory of the union is represented at the cob i The Baei and Booth are rep resented by i apitullstK, mining en gtneera and others Interested in the Industry, while the centra] and the Western states. Including lUldloh, Missouri, Ohio, lowa, Wyoming, Vtah, California, Idaho. Montana, Oregon, Washington and Nevada, hen sent large delegations of prac tical mining men. President .1. H. Richards of Boise, Idaho, called the congress to order this morning in the armory. Much Of the morning session was taken in Beating the delegates, appointing the aommittees and arranging for the program and business Which will TIGERS LOSE TO THE SEALS • Pacific Coast League Standi...

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

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. NO. 212. JAPANESE SHELLS RAINING UPON PORT ARTHUR FROM GOLDEN HILL Mikado's Men Capture Strong Position and Are Now Preparing to Celebrate Fall of the Fortress—Kuro patkin Reported to be Retreating From Liao Yang (BULLETIN.) CHRFOO, Aug. B&—Refugees from Port Arthur who have just ar rived here Kay the fortress haw all but fallen. The Japanese have ob tained a position between Ooldeu hill and the town, and reached (Jen DIVINE SARAH LOSES $50 SUIT PARIS, Aug. 23.—A child actress, Suzanne Jugierska, has obtained $50 damages from Afnie. Surah Bernhardt for breach of contract. The youth ful actiese had been engaged for the role of Madame Rovale in "Varenes," by after ten rehearsals Mme. Bern lianii refused to let her appear. The court held that this oould not be done without incurring a liability, nor was the artlßt bound to accept the sub stitution of another role under such conditions. M'KINLEY SCHOOL IN BAD LOCATION The board of education at the m...

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

..= THE TACOMA TIMES !<<i* KvenliijjKxc^pt Sunday by The Tumma Times Publishing Company -/Entered nt the postofßoe at Tacotna, Wain., as second matter. USES UK SCRIPP3-M'KAB TKLEURAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. ~~6rtlCK, 70S COMMERCE STREET. TELEPHONE MAIN 733. otic Cent a Copy, Six Cent* a .^jflfiß^i 26 cent* a Month, $3 a Year, § Week, by Carrier or by MaU. l"^g i l^y > by Carrier or by Mail. THAT BRIBERY INVESTIGATION !»;.Councilman Conrad sat among Mi fellows last night with elevated chin and lemi, complacent look, while the bribery investigation wan pro gressing. I No other city father had been offered as much as he! Oil' by one.the couneilmcn. will, uplifted hands, swore that Morti mer had, or that Mortimer hadn't, approached them with offers of stock or money for their votes. .''Councilman Wright with -humble manner admitted that Mortimer had offered him only $1,800 worth of telephone Stock, or $1,500 cash for his vote. It was merely a Hip out of the bucket, compared to the mag...

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

A STREET RIOT AS SEEN FROM AN UPPER WINDOW CHICAGO, Aug. 2:?.—A second story view of a strike riot is extreme ly interesting and a little bit excit ing. There's a spice of danger in the chance that he of the birdseye view may get the usual portion of the in nocent bystander via a badly aimed brickbat or wandering bullet. It is like the unfolding of the plot in a play to see the riot develop from the first piping yell of a street ur chin to the grand stampede that in evitably winds up the performance. A meat delivery wagon drawn up at the curb in front pf a butcher's shop is the signal. The mere fact it is there is evidence that the outfit is in charge of a non union teamster. Everybody knows that the regulars are on a strike. Scenting trouble, half a dozen lit tle street boys are soon lined up on the curb. A dozen men join them. Emboldened by numbers the boys cut a few capers. They yell "scab,''and they throw small sticks at the man carrying meat from the wagon to the store. One of ...

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

4 MEAT STRIKE SQUABBLE IN COURT CHICAGO, Aug. 23.—Tho hearing on the application of the packers for an injunction restraining the city from preventing the lodging of men In the stockyttdn was completed be fore Judge Brentano today The Judge announced that he would give bis decision tomorrow at „ o'clock. A committee from the printers* and janitors' unions complained to the strike leaders today that they were not permitted to enter the yards FIGHT DUEL WITH^ISTOLS BKDAUA. Mo., Aug. 23.—-John f« Orr, a farmer, and W. T. Morris, a real estate dealer, fought a duel with revolvers today as the result of a quarrel over money matter*. Morris was seriously wound«d and On- is dying. BASEBALL Pacific Coast Lcngne Standing. Won. Lost. Pet. Tacoma 14 » 1609 Seattle .. 15 10 .600 Los Aiigtles ........ 1 a 11 .642 Portland 12 12 .600 Ban Francisco 11 14 .440 Oakland... 8 17 .320 Seattle 8. Oakland O. SEATTLE, Aug. 23.—The locals *..""•cored a shut-out against Oakland h#re yesterday. Hughes was in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 August 1904

:^™3 The Tacoma Times. foment TOI,. 1. xo. 21. J. OUT FRI THE SHADOWS CHOI HAND FILLED WITH GAMBLERS' CIS These Are Thrown to the City Treasurer and Then the Hand Disappears and a Mantle of Mystery Once More Settles Down Over City Hail- But the Hand Keeps Busy The city's revenues from gamblers: and slot machine men are being col lected as usual this month under the mask of absolute secrecy. It is a case of not letting the right hand know whnt the left hand does. Nobody can tell how much the gamblers are compelled to hand over to the police in the shape of "fines" except the managers of the city hall syndicate and the persons who pay the money. The latter, being vio lators of certain laws, cannot say anything, even if the screws are tightened upon them and much good money squeezed out. AVnether the city treasury ever sees 100 per cent of all the "fines" or whether it ever sees 50 per cent. PACKERS SCORE A POINT OVER STRIKERS CHICAGO, Aug. 24. —Judge Bren tano this morning granted the...

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