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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 31 August 1904

c THE TACOMA TIMES 'Kvcry Kvrnlnß K*r«»pt Nuti.lay by The Tacqrna Tlme« I'ublUliing Company Entered at the postoOc* at Tacoma, Wash , as second-class matter! USE 3 THE BCRIPPS-M'RAE) TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OPKICB, 768 COMMERCE STREET?. .TBUBPHON^ MAIN 'fAT* One Cent a Copy. Six Cents a rif^^^ 26 cent a Month, $3 a Year. Week, by Carrier or by Mall. **$£**&&!* by Carrier or by Mall. MONEY-MAKING Ii Is one of the satisfactions of people not rich to be able to say tliiii ihe money-making faculty is an instinct, which Ben share with the aid the pig. Hut th" money-making facility Js not b« lightly regard-d by thoughtful men. There will always be false teachings on the subject, because so many men get money by base measures, spend It viciously, exalt It above more precious things, consider it an an end when it should be only a mi alls to higher ends, become corrupt because of its possession und cor mpi others. Hut the man who makes money honestly in such a way as to help and no...

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. — 31 August 1904

WILL LET II BIG CONTRACTS Contracts for the construction of cement sidewalks in two local Im provement districts that are estimat ed to cosi about $50,000 will be awarded by the commissioner of pub lic works next Saturday. The amount of improvement to be done is near ly equally divided between the two seel ions. In district Xo. 215 walks will be la!d on G street, Yaklma avenue, I. J and X si reels between South Elev enth and Fifteenth streets. The es timated cost is $2:),5 I .I. District No. 219 includes J, X and L strets between Division avenue and Steele street, and the cost of the im provement is estimated at $24,353. THEY WANT LIGHT When the new arc light circuits are completed a number of addition al street lamps will inflated ,in vari ous sections of TTie city. In order that these extra arc lights may be placed to the greatest advantage, the members of the city council met yes terday and took up the matter with the fir*, water and light committee. That committee received recom...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 31 August 1904

4 SULTAN OF SULU IS DULY IMPRESSED WASHINGTON, D C., Aug. 81. — ; * '^According to mail advices, the sultan Of < Sulu and his retinue have left Manila for the land of their nativity. The sultan was paid his back salary of 5.000 pesos. He and Ms retinue TIGERS OPEN SERIES WITH THE BIWASHEB Pacific Coast League Standing. Won. Lost. Pet Seattle ............ 18 18 .581 Tacoma ....*;'....... 16 14 .138 Los Angeles .... 16 14 .533 Ban Francisco 16 16 .500 Portland IB 16 .484 • Oakland ........... 12 20 .375 • The Tigers arrived from the South yesterday afternoon and the washes came over ■ from the •suburbs this , morning. .: Both teams are In tine 5 form for the opening game at the Eleventh street grounds today, and a I large crowd Is in attendance; .-Captain Graham will ha unable to play for several days yet, owing to his injured hand, but he will be on 4 the bench. to direct the Tigers.*... tPortland 8. Oakland 1. SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 81.—Port land defeated, Oakland In the open ing ga...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 September 1904

Independent in All Things VOL. I. NO. 220. RUSSIANS FALL BACK IN FACE OF FIERCE ATTACK Kuroki Closes in on Kuropatkin From the North While Oku and Nodzu Force Enemy to Retreat Towards Liao Yang-27,000 Lives Lost in the Battle Thus Far-Gen. Stackleburg Wounded (11l LLKTIX.) LOXnox, Sept. I. —The Exchange Telegraph report! that official con- Urination has been received in Lon don of the report that the Russian right wing and center arc in full retreat, with Generals Oko and Nod bii iii pursuit; also that General Kuroki has succeeded in turning Kuropatkln's position from the north. (BULLETIN.) TOKIO, Sept. I. — News reached here at 7 o'clock this evening that the IC ii>sin us mi the right and center of the army defending Lino Yang are retreating and tlie Japanese are In pursuit. (BULLETIN.) ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. I.—Gen eral Kuroki's army is crossing tlie TnJnes river to tlie east and north of liiao Yang. One division has crossed the pontoon bridge and others are following. KUnOKI'S ...

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

O THE TACOMA TIMES Kvcry KvfnlnK Except Sunday hy Th« Tacnnia Time* Publishing Company V ; Entered at the postofflce at Tacoma, Wash , as second-cUts matter. USES Th¥ SCRIPPa-M'HAB! TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. jOK KICK, 768 COMMERCE STREET..... TELEPHONE MAIN 783. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a -wsfi^SSfc^ 26 cents a Month, 13 a Year. Week, by Carrier or by Mall. Cf^^-^po^ by Carrier or by Mall. THE PREACHER'S PAY A Massachusetts town has a preacher who retained a $3,500 pastor nle rather than accept one at $7,000. This is probably the exception that proves the rule. When a preacher has two calls to duty, one at $3,500 and the other at 000, (he road is generally a plain one. Certainly. Why should he hesitate to accept the $7,000 position If the location is a pleasant one? It is his Christian duty as well as his material advantage to do so. The man with $7,000 a year Is better equipped for good work fn any walk in life than is the man who gets only $3,500. He can feed and clothe himself ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 September 1904

DEMOCRATIC LAWYERS SUPPORT RIDDELL FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY A number of Democratic lawyers met at the headquarters of the Demo cratic club yesterday to decide on candidates for superior court judg* county attorney and Justice of the peace. The action of the attorneys will be lHid before the county con vention tomorrow morning, with the recommendation that it i>« ratified. After a thorough discussion of the situation regarding county attorney, BIG FRAUD EXPOSED WASHINGTON, D. C, Sept 1 The Philippine exhibit, at the St. Louis fair has been robbed by the employes of the fair of the stini of 125,000, according to a report from Dr. \V. H. Wilson, chairman of the Philippine section. The steal was accomplished by the reselling of ad mission tickets. BANTAMS FIGHT SIX ROUNDS TO A DRAW PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Sept. 1. Frankie Neill, the bantamweight champion, and Tommy Murphy, of New York, went six rounds to a draw at the National Athletic club last night. .Will was the aggressor through out, but ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 September 1904

4 SAYS TACOMA WILL BREAK ALL RECORDS FOR FOREIGN SHIPMENTS "September will be a record-break- Ing month in the quantity of flour exported from Tacoma. The Indica tions are that the shipments will surpass those from any other port on the Pacific coast," said a well known shipper this morning. For a' week or ten days ths elec tric conveyors in the warehouses on the .waterfront have been carrying flour in quantities Into the hatches of the Oanfa, the Quito and the Lyra. The Oanfa, which left port early this morning, carried about 90.000 bar rels of flour, from , Tacoma, and the Lyra, due to go to Seattle tomorrow. FIFTY YEARS ON THE ROAD ':;. PHILADELPHIA, Sept. I.—Nich olas C. Oilman, the oldest locomotive engineer In the employ of the Penn sylvania railroad, was retired on a pension, today. He has served the ' company, uninterruptedly for fifty one years, and during the past thirty six years he has made the run daily between thin city and Columbia. SI WASHES LOSE TO CHAMPIONS Pacific...

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

Independent in All Things VOL. 1. NO. 221. CARNAGE FOLLOWS RETREA T Routed Russians Mowed Down by Their Own Guns in Japanese hands-Liao Yang and Surrounding Vil lages Left in Flames by Kuropathin's Fleeing Army- Losses Placed at 10,000 on Each Side I (IHIXKTIW) TOKIO. Sept. 2.— General Nodiu, commanding the center of the Jap anese army, telegraphed this morn* ing that ho is continuing the ad vance, with the object of taking a line from Shin Chi Van to Liao Yang and thus effecting a injunction with the Japanese left. (BULLETIN.) MUKDEN, Sept. —The Russian losses about Llao Yang since Tuesday are estimated at 10,000 killed and wounded. TOKIO, Sept. 2.—The Japanese followed lip the retreat of General Kuropatkin from Mao Yang and se cured the use of many Russian guns left at Liao Yang. The Russian retreat across the Taitse river was effected with great confusion, owing the Japanese gun flre from the river banks. (BULLETIN.) ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. 2. — telegram from General Kuropatkin rep...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 September 1904

t\ __■__ THE TACOMA TIMES l\<i> Kvcnlng Rxcept Sunday li; The Taromn Times Publishing Company Entered at the postoOlce at Tacoma, Wash., as second class matter. USES THE SCRIPPB-M'KAK TBIKUUAPHIO NEWS 6ERVICB. IOFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET ...TELEPHONE MAIN 733. > .Ope Cent a Copy, six Cent, a -isJgSEasw. 25 cent. a Month, 13 a Year, We. I by farrier or by Mall, °3S%gggggg> by Carrier or by Mall. IN A PHILIPPINE VILLAGE Consider the Igorrotes. They toll not, neither do* they spin. That Is to say, tho women do the spinning while the head hunters beat the torn toms and execute the dance. Solomon In all Ills glory was not arrayed like one of these, for they wear only a breech clou). Note the shapely bodies. There is none like to them. They are as lissome as spotted snakes. Their brown skins glisten in the sun and dap ple in the shade. They are as slew] as eels* Health oozes from them at every pore and they renew their youlh like tho eagles. Eat dogs? Well, suppose they do. I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 September 1904

ELOPING PRINCESS NOW WITH HER COUNT ROME, Sept. 2.—Princess Louise of Coburg. who eloped several days ago from Elster, Saxony, with Lieu tenant Count Kemelvitch Mattisch, has arrived In Rome, accompanied by the count. BRITISH BARK A TOTAL LOSS AUCKLAND, N. Z., Sept. 2.—The British bark Saragossa, from New castle for San Francisco, was wrecked August 15 at Mangaia, on Cook's island. The vessel is a total lons, hut her crew and cargo were Mved. LYRA LEAVES TODAY The steamship Lyra will go to Se attle tonight and finish loading her cargo for the Orient. She is sched uled to leave Seattle Monday, but on account of that day being a legal holiday, it is thought she will be de layed until Tuesday. The sick Chinaman who was taken to the hospital in this city when the Lyra reached here two weeks ago has again been placed on board the yes- Bel to be returned to his native land The man is suffering from dropsy I Our Saturday ' Special A * 0 Is a Solid Oak fflll| Dining Chair JjUyj|L iJJ Very M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 September 1904

4 WILL OPERATE WITH NON UNION MEN CHICAGO, Sept. Z Forced to down their plants in tin exten sion of the butchers' strike Jo their lishments, the Independent ers are preparing to operate ■with non-union men. The firms which are expected to take tho lend In thin move are Boyd, Tunhain &. Co., H. Boore A- Co. and Roberth t Oaks. This morning wagons loaded with WILL CHINA JOIN WITH JAPAN AGAINST THEIR COMMON FOE? BRUSSELS. Sept. 2.—The Btolle Beige publishes what is alleged to be the political will of the late LI Hung Chang, addressed : by, him ;to Lung- Lii, tone of the most. influential coun- Belors .of the empress dowager of China. It appear! from this docu ment that- Li Hung Chang foresaw the present war between' Russia and Japan, and advised the Chinese gov ernment to join the mikado's army In .the event- of the- Japanese being victorious, inste/d of remaining neu tral and a simple-spectator. It is AIU. Yor GOING KAST? If so. take the fastest, safest, best equipped and always r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 September 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL. I. \O. 222. FILTHY AND POISONOUS IS TAGO MA'S WATER SUPPLY Startling and Disgusting Discoveries Made by Editor of The Times During a Two Days' Tour of Investiga tion Along Clover Creek-Urgent Necessity for Imme diate Action to Secure an Adequate Supply of Pure Water for the People of This City The Filtor Shed at I By E. H. WELLS. The citizens of Ta«oina are drink ing today the filthiest water used in any city of the United States. It is water impregnated by offal and other refuse of nauseating character, coming from barnyards, pigstys, chicken yards, outhouses, etc., along the open drainage ditch known as "Clover creek." Even after the ditch water has been run through the so-called "fil ter" at the head of the city's flume, it still retains its nasty fluid ingre dients, together with a .large per- Gaze Upon the Horse Standing in Clover Creek and Munching the Green Grass Along Its .Edge. centage of partially dissolved ref- where It was believed pure wat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 September 1904

- : I TACOMA TIMES ~" " ■ , —i — Krcry Evening Except Sunday by The T«<-om« Time* Publishing Company Entered at th« pottofflca at Tacotna. Wash., as second class matter. ; ÜBE3 TUB BCRIPPB-M RAB THLEORAPHIG NEWB SERVICE. ~~ ! OFFICE. .768 COMMERCE! STREET.. TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a „,/iCggPfs,. , 25 cents a Month, $3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. "^^Jgg^** by Carrier or by Mall. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••A* I VISIT CLOVER CREEK YOURSELF I m': THK TIMES ——■ TO IN YKSTHiA IK CLO- • • THE TIMES URGES ITS READERS TO INVESTIGATE CLO- • • YKH CREEK AND SEE FOR THEMSELVES THE FHiaHTFULLY • • DIRTY CONDITIONS WHICH EXIST OUT AROUND" PARKLAND. • • BACH MAN OR WOMAN WHO VISITS CLOVER CREEK WILL AT • • ONCE HECOME A DETERMINED ADVOCATE OF A NEW WATER • • SUPPLY. • • i" IN ORDER TO FACILITATE SI II INVESTIGATION, THE • • TIMES HAS ARRANGED FOR TWO OF ITS MEN TO RE AT • • PARKLAND ALL DAY TOMORROW (SUNDAY TO PILOT) • • THOSE CITIZENS WHO CANNOT MAKE IT...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 September 1904

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE FIGHT WILL BE CARRIEO TO A FINISH The contest In the Chamber of Comnwot over the election of offi cers la getting hot. The supporters of the regular and independent tick ets are lined up for the fight and propose to stand by their candidates to the end. A circular was issued by the inde pendent this morning, urging mem bers to support their candidates and Riving reasons why it would be to tlie best interests of Tacoma for them to do so. Of the independent ticket the crcular says: "This ticket represents no private or corporate interests; it is for Ta coma first, last and all the time, and to hasten the day when the doors of SPECIAL NOTICE. Those who have been or are con nected with the Society of Friends in other places, or are interested in their work, are cordially invited to attend a meeting for conference at the house of Jonathan Votaw, 634 So. Steele St., Sunday afternoon, the 4th, at 3 o'cloock. •♦• •^•••••o•••••••• • Electric and • • Combination « • Fijctu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 September 1904

4 JAPS PRESSING FORWARD AGAINST ; RUSSIANS ON ROAD TO MUKDEN (BVLLETIN.) 1 HOME, Kept. B.—-A. telegram from , T«Mo rrrrfvrd here today states that the casualties at Llao Yang thus far hare amounted to 80.096 killed and wounded. ._._.; (BULLETIN.) TOKIO, Sept. B.—A telegram from the front states thnt the KusKlann are gradually/ giving way before i Field Marshal; Oyama'R assault. General Kurokl, has succeeded, after a de«< p«rate fight, in captariag an emi nence overlooking the railway. Xl KOKI CONTIXUKS HIS SUCCKSHFUIi ASSAULTS LONDON, Sept. ' S.—A dispatch from St. Petersburg xtnt that the greater part of General Kuropat kin's army i*. now aeroes the Tails' river. General Kurokl' is ? reported to have captured several Russian positions in the direction of the railway to Muk .den.'7*.-.; ;,., •. • .".■".'. •.. »■■:>.;.:. m ST. PETKHKItI H<;, Sept. B.— High military uutluii'itfeo here admit >. that ii libs been decided to abandon We Shall Mafic Sept. 12 <* "Red Letter D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 September 1904

TOMORROW THE TIMES WILL TELL HOW TACOMA MAY SECURE PLENTY OF PURE WATER Independent in All Things VOL. 1. NO. 223. MEMORABLE CELEBRATION OF LABOR'S GRAND HOLIDAY Members of Tacoma Unions, 2,000 Strong, Observe the Day With Other Puget Sound Cities at Se attle-Celebration Is Universal Throughout the United States SEATTLE. Sept.'"). What is prob-| ably the greatest celebration of La bor day in the history of the slate of Washington is in progress here to day. Fifteen thousand marchers were in the grand parade, which ! traversed the principal streets and i then disbanded at the exposition grounds, where a mammoth barbecue If to be held this afternoon. Tacoma in Evidence. Tacoma unions were represented by about 2,<uio members, it being the largest delegation from any outside <it\. Schmidt's band, from Tacoma, was also in the parade. Idea] Weather. The program thus far has been carried nm without a hitch, and the idefil weather lirk brought out thou sands of spectators, who witness...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 September 1904

2 THE TACOMA TIMES v KvrnlnK Fxcrpt Him.lay by Th« Tarnma Times Publishing Company Entered at th» postoffloe at Taconia, Wash., as second class Matter. USES THE SCRIPPB-MRAEI THJUEOnj^PHIC NEWS SERVICH. OFFICE. 788 COMMERCE STREET . . TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, 81* Cents a .^afESSSlrw. IB cent* a Month, IS a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mall. 'T^lgg|jjgg*» by Carrier or by Mail. WHY NOT ACT AT ONCE? Many years have passed since the people of Taronm imrchased the abomination known M the Clover creek water system. They have used the filthy waters of this creek for drinking, cooking ami all domestic purpose*. OMrem of the city, whose duty It Mas to guard the puiilic health, kept silent through successive ndiniiiistratious. Their only excuse was "Taconia ciinnot nfTord to pay for « new water fcjMlein." .The grim hand of disease, readied out from the pestilential waters mid claimed iv victim*, DM after the other. v< -'<~' The people paid toll to Dentil. Typhoid reaped Its...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 September 1904

THOUSANDS OF KNIGHTS TEMPLAR TO ATTEND TRIENNIAL CONCLAVE BAN FRANCISCO, Sept. s.—Over 10,000 visiting sir knights, with their lady friends, were today added to the list of fraters who are to own San Francisco for the five days. The big rush began yesterday, and though the railway men were taken somewhat by surprise, they made hurried arrangements to meet the emergency. Today is a day largely of prepara lion for the big events to come. About the Palace hotel headquarters the sir knights swarmed like bees, while inside the grand officers were busily engaged in putting the finish BULLET WENT TO HIS HURT Yesterday afternoon at Melmonl, a small mining town on the Northern Pacific near Carbonado, Maurits Hill was shot and Instantly killed by Charles Meyman. Hill and Meyman, with John Hill, Jack Walters, Jacob Johnson, Peter Calo and John Povy, have been work ing In the mines at Melmont for the Northwest Improvement company. Sunday they were on the outskirts of the village, having some ta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 September 1904

4 ALLEGED WIFE-BEATERS LAND IN JAIL *;; Two alleged wife-boaters were ar rested yesterday and are now being held In the city jail await ing trial v before Judge Griffin tomorrow. P. J. O'Brien - and .1. C. Curren are the . name* of the two men charged with the disgraceful offense. • O'Brien was arrested, early In the day by Officer Olson. It is said that he went to hin home in an intoxicated condition- and proceeded to open hos tilities. Mr». O'Brien withstood her wrathful spouse ns best she could, but was badly in need of repairs when the officer arrived on the sceno. Th#.Curr«n affair was identical with the O'Brien melee. The former, it is charged, administered a brutal drubbing to his wife, and she, in dcs TIGERS TAKE SIX STRAIGHT Pacific Coast League Standing. Won. Lost. Pet Tacoma '22 14 .611 Los AngeleH 21 14 .COO Seattle 18 19 .486 Portland .*.';.' 17 . 20 .469 •€an Francisco 16 21 .432 Oakland ...........16 22 .421 By taking a double-header from the Slwashes yesterday, the T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 September 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL. i. HO. 224. HOW TACOMA GAN SECURE PLENTY OF PURE WA TER Complete New Waterworks Can be Con structed and Cost Considerably Less Than Half a Million of Dollars-City Will Not Pay a Cent Down Nor Increase Its Municipal Debt The way is open for the people of TaconiH to speedily secure and own an excellent waterworks system, with an abniidtint supply of pure water. The plan proposed eliminates all private water companies with their (■tensive schemes for profits and provides municipal waterworks ade quate for a city of 400,000 inhabi tants. The entire system, including ma chinery, three standpipes, reservoir and distributing mains of adequate size throughout the city, as estimated ; by competent engineers, will cost be tween $400,000 and $450,000, de peeling upon the area covered by the service. THE CONTRACTOR WILL RE CEIVE, IX FILL PAYMENT FOR THE COMPLETE INSTALLATION' OF THIS SYSTEM, WARRANTS IS SUED BY THE CITY, WHICH WILL NOT BE IN ANY SENSE A LIEN UPON ...

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