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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 August 1904

A THE TACOMA TIMES - , ___ — l'\ny l'»<>iiln« Kxrept S i!i<lnj- by Tito Tucnmn Times I'ulili-sliiim Company Entered at the postofllco at Tacoma, Wast;., as second-class matter. ' WSB3 THkTJcRIPPB M'KAE TKLROKAPHIC MKWB SERVICE). OFFICE 768 COMMERCE STREET ...;•. TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a _zS^2^i- 25 cents « Month, $3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mall. '"^j£3 is"' by Carrier or by Mall. PLAYING GAME OF BLUFF The Tacoma Railway & Power Co. is Just now engaged in ■ big game of bluff.with .the city. Ii wants a franchise to tail power In Tacoma, which ultimately will permit ii to charge the city extortionate rates. ii objects to the pro viso that it shall be obliged to bid for < ■ i< > lighting at any time upon a basis not exceeding one and one-fourth cents per kilowatt hour, It wants the privilege of bidding higher, although Charles If. Baker is now supplying the city with current at eighty-four hundredth* of a cent find wants to.continue b...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 August 1904

JEFF. AND JACK READY FOR DIB FIGHT PAX FRANCISCO, Aug. 24.—A1l ey«i in the sporting world are now turning toward San Francisco. In thla city tomorrow night, in the ring of the Yosemite Athletic club, James .1. Jeffries, the world's champion heavyweight pugilist, will defend his title against Jack Monroe, the for mer Butte miner, who Is conceded lo lie a worthy opponent of the cham pion even though he may not be capable of defeating him. To experts of the game few fights of later years will be more interest ing. The two gladiators completed their work of preparation today, and from now on until the gong calls them into the ring they will take just enough exercise to keep in con dition. Reports of most confident nature come from both camps. A close comparison of the two warriors shows a considerable bal ance in favor of Jeffries. He will enter the ring weighing in the neigh borhood of 22d pounds, as against 195 of Monroe. The champion, more over, towers a full two inches over Alonroe,...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 August 1904

4 h&HOMIRAL WATSON RETIRES TODAY WASHINGTON', Aug. 24.—With the retirement. today of Rear Ad miral John C. Watson, the navy has lost one of its most honorable, ablest mill useful officers. His career, from the'date of his graduation from the naval academy iii 1860, has been full of honors and credit, and few officers off the navy have seen more active service. Admiral Watson belongs to a fam ily that has distinguished itself In peace and war since the early days of the American republic. He was born in Frankfort, Ky.. August 24, J842. His father, Edward Howe Watson, was a skilled physician of the old school, and hi* mother, Sar ah Lee Crittenden Watson, was the daughter of John Jordan Crittenden the famous Kentucky statesman, ri nd of Henry Clay, governor at one time of Kentucky, and attorney gen feral in , William Henry Harrison's cabinet.. Admiral Watson entered the na val academy In 185(5 and graduated four years later ; He was commissioned a lieuten SEALS GIVEN A DRUBBING ' ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 August 1904

r^i3 The Tacoma Times. R>ne cent VOL. 1. NO. 214. ■PATH WITH 185,000 SOLDIERS PREPARES TO ATTACK TI ENEMY sported That Russian General After Long Retreat Will Now Assume the Offensive at Liao Yang— Shanghai Trouble Ended—Story of Enor mous Japanese Losses at Port Arthur (BULLETIN.) ST. PETERSBURG, Aug. 23.A 9 legraui received today from Gen- Hal Kuropatkin, dated Liao Yang, itates that lie Is now ready to begin m offensive movements against the lapanese. WILL MOVE AGAINST THE JAPS WITH 185,000 MEN ROME, Auk. 85. —A dispatch to (lie Italian Mllltaire from Mukden (.tales that the Transslberian railway If- working badly owing to the lines sant rails, which are" causing; many washouts. General Kuropatkin now has 185,000 men, who will take the offensive against the Japanese as *<>«»n as 120 heavy guns, now enroute, arrive at Liao Yang. f (BULLETIN.) . ST. PETERSBURG, Aug. 23.— The newspaper Russ will tomorrow pub SANTA FE LINE TIED UP BY WASHOUTS SAN BERNARDINO, Cal., Aug. 2". -...

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

1 THE TACOMA TIMES ; Kvp-ry Kvrnlng Kxrppt Sunday by Th« Taroinn Times Publishing: Company Entered at the poslofflca at Tacoma, Wash., as second class matter. USES THE SCRIPPS-M'KAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE. 768 COMMERCE STREET. TELEPHONE MAIN 733 One Cent a Copy. Biz Cents a -i&!??£sb*x 26 cents a Month, $3 a Year, Week., by Carrier or by Mall, «^*gg|gggiP by Carrier or by Mall. THAT HAND KEEPS BUSY I THE H.WI) which roaches out from bi-hiiul the curtain of mystery nt (lie city hall, drop*, an uncertain number of dollars into the public treas ury mid then vanishes Into the dark shadows, hi a busy hand. It ir<ls not, •neither does it cease to pluck. Down Into one gambler*) pocket ami then into another'-., it goes in pursuit of ruin, nnd it gather* up handful* and handful*. "Oh, yes, but it all reaches the people's treasury!" exclaims the city hall combine. - Prove it. Sliow your honk*. Let in the light. Men who are con ducting the public business surely kei*p hooks an...

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

— T JEFF. AND JACK READY FOR BIG FIGHT SAX FRANCISCO, Aug. 2 4.—A1l eyes in the sporting world are now turning toward San Francisco. In thla i H\ tomorrow night, in the ring Of the Yoseniite Athletic club, James J. Jeftrlrt, the world's champion heavyweight pugilist, will defend his title against Jack Monroe, tlie for mer Butte miner, who is conceded to be a worthy opponent of the cham pion even though he may not be ble of defeating him. To experts of the game few fights of later >ears will be more Interest ing. The two gladiators completed their work of preparation today, and from now on until the gong calls them into the ring they will take just enough exercise to keep in con ditlon. Reports of most confident nature come from both camps. A cHwe comparison of the two warriors shows a considerable bal ance in favor of Jeffries. He will enter the ring weighing in the neigh borhood of 220 pounds, as against 195 of Monroe. The champion, more over, towers a full two inches over Monro...

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

4 POLICE PREPARE TO COPE WITH USUAL GANG OF CIRCUS CROOKS Tne local' police. are preparing to cope with the Influx of crooks ex pected to follow the" Ringllng Bros.' circus to Taooma tomorrow. It is known that a well organized band of burglars and pickpockets is trav eling In the wake of the big show, and the cleverness «f the gang has baffled . the. police . departments . in ■cores of cities. „... In ' Seattle yesterday, tiia police force co-operated wJth.th^ Kingling secret vice men, and.the result was that several wo!) Known crooks Vere landed In JaU. before they had »■ 1.....« „__ I HEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. •-William L. C. Atkinson and wife to Liicina D. Hill, lots 8 and 9, block 8, Miller* addition, Orting,. $492.60. Joe Young and wife to "George 11. Taylor, the north half of the south- Vest quarters of section 36, township 21 north, range 3 east, and the east naif of the southeast quarter of the southeast quarter of section 34, township 21 uorth.-rantje <i •ast, 100 Sires, $1...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 August 1904

T"der A ',?v^j; The Tacoma Times. 1 one cent VOL. 1. NO. 21.1. JAPAN WILL NOT ACCEDE 10 THE DEMAND OF CHINA Mikado Will Not Return Russian Torpedo Boat Taken From Che too Harbor—Battle at Liao Yang TOKIO, Aug. 26.—Formal notifi cation has been sent by the Japanese to the Chinese government that the Japanese will not accede to the de mand of China for the return of the Russian torpedo boat Ryeshitelni, which was seized in Chefoo harbor. BATTLK IN PROGRESS NEAR LIAO ITANG ST. PETERSBURG, Aug. 26. —A dispatch received here from Liao Yang states that the Japanese forces to the east are continuing the for ward movement begun two days ago and are pressing on towards Liao Tang. ARE THREE TO ONE ON JEFFRIES ODDS SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 26.—The betting on the .Teffries-Munro fight opened with a rush this morning, but the odds, contrary to expectations, re pained at 100 to 35 in Jeffries' fnvor. However, the price may be 2 to 1 be fore night. Munroe slept late this morning, falling to appear for ...

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

m THE TACOMA TIMES Krcry 1 >rnin«<; Except Sunday by The Tacotna Time* Publishing Company Entered at the postofflc* at Tacoma, Wash., as second matter. , '-' USES THE SCRIPPS-M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE^" OFFICE. 768 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent • Copy, Six Cents a _ < 3g*s22»fc>- k 26 cents a Month, $3 a Tear, Week, by Carrier or by Mall. c^jggj£? Sl by Carrier or by Mall. *-- -■'—'.. ■■ ■ ..—!...■. ";■',;,-■--..*■-■■',■.' ", .;,i;:,—■■■■r , iiii.:rT l .7~: ir::"~r l : i:.: l r: ■-. : —-■■■-——■ ■■■— ~» INDEPENDENT IN EVERY WAV Some of our worthy Democratic friend* have rolced the remark that The Times has lately been drifting .t'.vay from ils independent attitude and has bMB attacking the Democrats. Th-'ir memories ;ir«- short. Only a few «r«ekl ago The Times hnd I I deal to n*y concerning the shortcomings of the Republican county rating attorney. Fremont Campbell, who, according to an affidavit. made by B. L, Mead and published In this paper, had man...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 August 1904

CROWDS SUVA! MINNESOTA'S DECKS NEW YORK, Aug. 26.—The great steamship Minnesota has taken on board all her stores save fresh meat and will leave New York tomorrow morning on her Journey to Pueet Sound. The shio will make a brief stop at Newport News, where her hull below the water line will receive another coat of paint, and then go to Phila delniiia, where she will take on the remainder of her stores and several thousand tons of anthracite coal. She will also probably stop at Norfolk after leaving Philadelphia, and com plete with bituminous coal the 20,000 tons of cargo she expects to carry to the Pacific coast. .lames J. Hill, President Dillon, Manager Sutherland and Captain Truehridge express the highest ap preciation of the warm reception ac WILL BIG DAUGHTER BACK HOME Word was received from Mrs. Em. lly \V. Hoyt last evening by hen friends that she would arrive here from Vancouver tonight with her daughter, who has been detained there to testify against Horace Gates, FOSTER TAL...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 August 1904

4 THEY MUST NOT MEDDLE IN POLITICS WASHINGTON, P. C, Aug. 26. — U> direction of the president, the civil service commission todaj I erderg warning federal employe* agninHt fioliriting fundn for campaign purposes or contributing such funds. The government, in a Circular letter to the members of the cabinet and the commission, oallH attention to tbe BURGLARS MAKE SUCCESSFUL RAID The Sylvan rooming hotiM 1, on St Helen* avenue, was visited by burg lars laat night and a quantity of Jewelry and other articles were taken. The raid was made 1 early In the evening and at thel time there wae no one in Die house. The police believe the burglars ■who turned the trick are members of the gang known to be following the HEINEMANN & POSNER 1352-4-6 Pacific Aye., to Cor. 15th St. Dealers in Dry Good*, Clothing, Notions, Furnishing Goods, Klioch, etc. jNebtrGoods Arriving Daily Ladles' Talor-Mudo Suits. wp < Ladles' Jackets. A Or Children's Jackets! C)OfnOT"rO£& Ladltw' Long Coats.-. y ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 August 1904

'"•raj The Tacoma Times, ■noi^ciiti VOL. I. NO. Uifl. JAP FORCES ENTER PORT ARTHUR AFTER BIG FIGHT London Report Says flikado's Army Has Entered Port Arthur=-Fall of Main Fortress Is Virtually Accom plished—Rome Dispatch Says That Arthur Has Fallen (BULLETIN.) LONDON, Aug. —A dispatch from Rome to the exchange Tele graph says i "It is reported here from a good Bconrce that Port Arthur has fallen." (BULLETIN.) LONDON, Aug. 27.—A dispatch from Xoklo received this afternoon states that the five of the Russians at Port Arthur h> gradually weakening and It is believed that they are Hav ing their ammunition for the final as sault. (BULLETIN.) ST. PETERSBURG, Aug. —The enormous quantity of petroleum at Fort Arthur will be used as a final resort to keep the Japanese out. Gen eral Stoessel has special engines which will throw the oil a long dis tance and then ignite it. LONDON, Aug. —The corre spondent of the Evening Standard at Tientsin wires that he has good reason to believe, from priv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 August 1904

• THE TACOMA TIMES l'.vety Kvrnlng Ktcrpt Sunday by The Tacoma Times Publishing Comp.iny t 'l Entered at the poatofllce at Tacoma, Wash., as second das* matter. USES THE SCRIPPS-M'RAB TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICS. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733 One Cent a Copy, Six Cent* a ..t^SBOb-. 2E cents a Month, $3 a Year. Week, by Carrier or by Mall. "'iq^gggP" by Carrier or by Mail. INDEPENDENTS HAD CAUSE FOR ACTION The Ledger today editorially deplores the nomination of an inde pendent ticket by members of the Chamber of Commerce, saying: "Under the rules of tho Chamber, the committee to nominate offi cials is elected by ballot. There was a large attendance at the meeting on August 1, when the regular nominating committee was selected. It is a bad precedent la the Chamber that an opposition ticket should be placed; in the field. Heretofore the selection of the nominating committee has been ratified as a matter of course." The Ledger evidently fails to understand th« fart that th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 August 1904

SSI.III SIDEWALK GONTBACT IS PASSED UP BY LOCAL CONTRACTORS The contract for the construction of cement sidewalks in the largest improvement district yet created went begging for bids at the office of the commissioner of public works this morning. The cost of this big Improvement, which will now proba bly be laid over until next spring, is estimated at $51,170. The district is known as the North Thirty-first street district and takes in a large number of the streets in the North End. The improvement Is so extensive that the work would continue far into the rainy season, and for this reason the contractors did not take to the ALBERS BROS. 10 STAHTJBUILDIIIB This afternoon a building permit was issued for the 500-barrel cereal mill to be built by Albers Bros, on Dock street. Brick will be the ma terial used In the construction of the new mill, and when complete the building will cost about $22,000. Besides the main building, which Is to be 90 feet long, 60 feet wide and 56 feet high, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 August 1904

■ * • ~ ■ "DUB" MUNROE EASY FOR THE CHAMPION j% SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 27.—Jack Munroe,, the .much-talked-of Butte ■steer, went down and out before Champion Jeffries in the second round of their scheduled SO-round fight here,last night. Munroe was shown up as a dub among dubs dur ing the four minutes and a half that he staggered and tumbled around the ring before the terrific jabs landed by the champion. ;. - Down ill FlrM Round. ; In the first round the'miner was sent to the mat; twice, the last time for the count. Jeffries sent his most damaging blows to the miner's stom ach, following each with a jab on the Jaw,' which soon brought the blood from his opponent's mouth. ffe*er Touched Jeff. An the gong sounded for the sec ond round the men came together and the ehamplon reeamed hi* bom bardrncnt. .Munroe In the meantime was clawing the air, and not once did he land on the champion. Jeffries BIGGEST TURBINE VESSEL AFLOAT 1 BELFAST, Aug. 27.—The Allan line steamer Victorian, launched he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 August 1904

1 i^ia The Tacoma Times. \°™ Ce"* VOL. 1. MO. 217. TERBIFIG LAND BATTLE HUES NEAR LIAO THE Kuropatkln's Forces Surrounded by Three Japanese Armies, and Final Assault Is at Hand (IHI.LETIX.) ST. PETERSBURG, Aug. 20.— General Kuropatkin reports that the whole Russian forte is now concen trated about Lriao Yang. The Japan ese under Generals Kinoki and Nodzu have united against the Rus sian left wing, while General Oku is advancing on the Russian center and right. HEAVY LOSSES FOR CZAR'S TROOI'S IX TODAY'S FIGHT LONDON, Aug. 29. —A dispatch from Liao Yang this morning reports that fighting Is in progress to the south of Liao Yang, and continues as follows: "During Sunday night and today the Japunese have been pressing con« tlnuously on the Russians' southern front. The infantry fought under the most difficult circumstances, the roads being almost impassable and DELUDED GIRL BROUGHT DACK TO HER HOME Mrs. Emily W. Hoyt has returned from Vancouver, B. C, with her 16 --year-old daughter, No...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 August 1904

■ THE TACOMA TIMES Kvcry < nfng Except 80 nday by Th« Tacoma Times Publishing Company Entered at the poatoffice at Tacotna. Wash., &a socond-claes matter. _ ÜBEB TUB BCRIPPa-M'RAB TMLEORAPHIC NEW 3 SERVICE. OFFICE. 768 COMMERCE 5TREET......... TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy. Six CenU a ..^tfffi^b. 26 cents a Month, 13 a Year, Wok. by Carrier or by Mall. °%*%gg£> 5> by Carrier or by Mall. A SHOCK TO WALL STREET Wall »ti filing out Eta maps. It wants to know the geo graphical location of Oklahoma Oily. A Mr. Turner of the latter place, a banker, gave the financiers of W«U streel a Rrcat shock a few days ago. He outbid the bankers of the country for the $3,<'00,000 temporary Philippine bonds offered by the gov nl He i»aid a larger premium than any other bidder, and presuma bly he ki'i-w what he was about when he did so. He knew where the MHf whs coming from. many bidders for the bonds, and had the aggregate been ted m arly forty millions of these government securit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 August 1904

CAR6O OF THE CALCHAS CONFISCATED SHANGHAI, Aug. 29.—The steam ship Arabia, from Portland, Ore., which was seized by the Russian squadron and taken to Vladivostok by a prize crew, arrived here this morning. She was tried by a prize court, which condemned 2,000 bar rels of flour and some railroad ma M'VIGKER HEIRS COMMENCE LEGAL FIGHT FOR THOUSANDS tHICAGO, Aug. 29.—The heirs to the estate of Mrs. J. H. McVicker, Who died in Pasadena on .Thursday, secured the appointment of an ad ministrator today in the probate court. This action was taken in an ticipation of any clash that may re sult upon the arrival of Dr. H. B. Zeißler in Chicago with the body. It is asserted in the potition that no SOUTH TACOMA PUMPS START AGAIN Aft or a two weeks' shut-down, the pumps at the wells In South Tacoma were started Saturday night. Unless some other accident should occur to again put the pumps out of business, the pure water from the three wells, supplemented by the dope from Clover creek, will be ser...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 August 1904

4 LESLIE M. SHAW MAKES A STRONG ADDRESS Lesllp M. Shaw, secretary of the treasury of the United States, left for Seattle at 9 o'clock this morning, after spending nearly 24 hours in this city. From 8 o'clock until 8:4 5 this morning the distinguished Re publican held an informal reception at • the Tacoma hotel, during which time he met many of the most promi nent men in Tacoma both in business and In public life. On arriving here yesterday after noon, Mr. Shaw met a number of . former lowans: whom'he had known In "his boyhood days. From the de pot he was escorted to the residence of President (Unit of Whitworth col lege, who wag a schoolmate of the secretary in Cornell college, at Mount Vernon, la. • At 8 o'clock the party reached the ; First Presbyterian church, where a large audience had gathered to heal Mr. Shaw's address. The speaker's remarks were entirely Impromptu, but they were none the less Interest ing. ...'.■. .From the outset he kept his audi . ence in the ' best of humo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 31 August 1904

— -■■ ' ' . Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. NO. a 18. WRIGHT ill MALONYS GDLLEGTION MACHINERY if EED U OiLINS Big Decrease in "Open Town" Revenues tor August Is Unexplained— Gamblers Have Been Given a New Set of Names A cog bag slipped somewhere. Something has gone wrong in that mysterious mechanism through which the "opeir town" revenues are collected. Wright and Malony, in ventors, managers and proprietors of the intricate "machinery," probably know where the break occurred, but, of course, the common people are not expected to grasp those matters anyhow, so why should the propri etors, et al, be called upon to ex plain? Shortage of $400. The fact of the matter is, there ■whs a slump during the month of August, a decided slump of about $400 in the amount of "tariffs" col lected from the gamblers, the disor derly women and the Baldie Amalga mated Slot Machine syndicate. Cause Is Unknown. The cash book in the police court. shows the deficit, but why should anyone ask the cause of ...

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