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

a THE TACOMA TIMES | I <. nine Kxro|>t Snnday by The Taroma Time* Publishing Company Entered at the postofflca at Tacoma, Wash., as second class matter. 1$ ' PSE3 THE 8( RlipPS-M'RAB TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OF FIGS, 768 COMMERCE STREET...... TELEPHONE! MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a _*^JS»S)bZ « cents • Month, IS a Tear, -Week, by Carrier or by Mall. C*^*£g*32 l> by Carrier or by Mall. *"'•' ' • ' ■■ ■.- ■ . . i WHAT THE JAPS MUST DO Great things are going on In the Far East. Out of the tangled maze of military movements two main objectives of the Japanese stand out. One is the capture of Port Arthur and the other the defeat of Kuropatkin'l army and the seizure of the terminus of the Siberian railway. In undertaking the reduction of Port Arthur the Japanese sot them selves a herculean task. Tt is one of the leading impregnable fortresses <it the world. Added to what nature has done, the Russians have spent money like water and for six years have expended skill ...

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 September 1904

FIRST Oirs ATTENDANCE SHOWS NEED OF MORE SCHOOL BUILDINGS When (lie Taconia public schools Opened tins morning the problem that gremaU4 Itself was what to do with the pupils. Although the figures have noi been reported to Secretary Whitty, It is estimated that the at tendance Today was several hundred more than last year. The high school building on Taco ma avenue will Dot begin to hold the pupils who will enter that institution this year. This morning 125 ninth grade'pupils were transferred from the high school to the Central school building, but the old building still remains unfit for high school pur posts. The McKinley school is almost as congested as the high school. The building is utterly inadequate to pro vide tor the pupils in that section. As .1 means of temporary relief a room formerly used as I' woodshed will be fitted up as a classroom. Aside from the inconvenience caused by overcrowding some of the rooms, the schools opened under fa vorable condition*. Other Schools Op...

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. — 12 September 1904

•-':«~. ROOSEVELT ISSUES HIS ACCEPTANCE LETTER OYSTER BAY, N. V . Sept. 12.— President Roosevelt's letter formally accepting the Republican nomination for the presidency was made public today. It is a long document and covers In detail the questions of the coming campaign and reviews the officUl actß of the republican admin istration. The letter is addressed to the Hon. Joseph (J. Cannon, chairman of the notification committee, and in part is M follows: "1 accept the nomination for the presidency tendered me by the Re publican national convention, and cordially approve the platform adopt ed liy it. In writing this letter there ■ I'tain points upon which I de sire to lay especial stress. Score* the Democrats. "It Is difficult to find out from the utterances of our opponents what 'are the real issues upon which they propose to wage this campaign. It is not; unfair to say that, having abandoned ~ most of the principles upon which they have insisted during the last eight" years, they no...

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. — 13 September 1904

Independent in All Things VOL. I. NO. »80. FEARED THAT JAPS MAY BLOW UP WARSHIP LENA Japs at Frsico Gather at Wharf and Threats Are Heard--U. S. Government Will Allow the Lena Six Weeks for Repairs SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 18.—Ex citement in Japanese quarters over the presence of the Lena is becoming intense. At all meeting places the warship is the sole topic of conversa- lion, the more radical Indulging in ■wtiid utterance*. The police are keeping « close wntch, having heard that a Japanese has offered to swim to the Lena with •^plosives to Wow up the vessel. All day several hundred Japanese fcave watched the warship from the wharves. Application was made to Collector fMratton thin morning by an electric Inn for permission to go aboard the l*na to repair her electrical plant, but permission was used. ÜBNA WILL BE GIVEN SIX WEEKS FOR REPAIRS WASHINGTON, D. C, Bept. 13.— After a conference this morning at the state department between Acting Secretary of State Adee and Judge Penfield, so...

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

c THE TACOMA TIMES _ livery Krralnjc Kzcept Sunday by The Taroinn Time* Publishing Company Entered at the postomce at Tacoma, Wash , as second-class matter. USES THE SCRIPPS-M'RAE IIAPMIO NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE. 768 COMMERCE STREET ....TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a /^jfjrftjc^ *6 cants a Month, 13 a Tear. Week, by Carrier or by Mall. _**S3£&Z !? Carrier or by Mall. g' l' ''""'"*'*"*"* ' '—■'■ ''■ ' ■■■ ■' m ' -■ .inim.iMi' " r .n^»,»— lii ii "■"*"* ——-——■- A PLEA FOR WAR r" General Sickles, himself a great fighter, as attested by the leg In- left Cm the battlefield at Gettysburg, has made a plea for war, as follows: No death is more glorious than death for one's country. In the providence of God war was ordained, and the human race will slw»ys fight for what it loves. V'Thls nation was founded through »'•". In the days we are unwilling to Ugh) for our liberties we shall surely lof« the respect of the world. We have had Wan since the world be; Therefore we shall ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 September 1904

WILL REPORT IN FAVOR OF MORE WELLS Wlicn Hip committee oppointed to Inwstigate the gravity water supply system in Seattle reports to the city council tomorrow night, another ar gument will be recorded in favor of the sinking of more wells at South, T^oma. Headed by Councilman Conrad, the committee thoroughly •wont over the Seattle water system, and they at once arrived at the con clusion that, everything considered, the lytten of waterworks advocated by The Times was the thing for Tar coma. Councilman Conrad has pre pared r lengthy report covering the result of the investigation and rec ommending the building up of the system of wells already started at South, Tacoma. The commute* found that the Se attle gravity system cost $1,200,000. About 280,000,000 gallons are deliv ered to the city reservoirs dally. The cost of operating the plant Is $ ixu a month. It requires about five years to establish such a system, and that fact alona the councllmen con sider sufficient reason for not re...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 September 1904

, « TfIXPAYERS MAY HAVE TO DI6 DEEPER .One :of the important questions that now confront the city council, and which will be considered at the regular meeting Wednesday night, Ik what wh 11 the city tux levy b«. The puzzling point in the problem la whether to leave the rate at 14 mills or increase it to 15 mills, the maxi mum limit allowed by law. ; Mayor Wright is not opposed to the 1 -nit 11 rate. In discussing the natter he stated that if the council deems it necessary to raise the taxes to the maximum rate ho would not oppose the movement. However, a large number* of property owners ;; would be expected to object, because : the" rate is thought by some to be burdensome as. it stands now. £• It is the mayor's opinion that If the city at large wants to keep paco with citizens who are improving pri vate property -by, cement sidewalks, •U., more money must be expended for permanent improvements. To do that without the increased levy seems Impossible. '*■- In -1803 the assessed valua...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 14 September 1904

Independent in All Things VOL. 1. NO. 281. KUROPA TKIM WILL STAND AT TIE PASS Russians Fortifying Heights on Both Sides of Liao River at That Point-Japan Will Send Oyama Reinforcements-Stoessel Sends Report From Port Arthur-Rumored That Kuropatkin Will Be Superseded by General Nicholaevitch (BULLETIN.) TOKIO, Sept. 14.—Field "Marshal Marquis Oyama confirms the report t*»at h considerable force of Russians hao retired south of the Hunn river ami says the KuNgiane are fortifying the heights on both sides of the Liao river at Tie pass. (BULLETIN.) ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. 14.—1t In rumored that General Nicholas Kicholaevltch, inspector of cavalry, may supersede General Kuropatkin. General Nlcholaevitch has a great j fighting record, made in tile Turkish war. JAPAN WILL SEND HEAVY REINFORCEMENTS LONDON, Sept. 14. —The Rome correspondent of the Exchange Tele graph wires that a telegram has been received there from Tokio stating that the government, in reply to a re quest from Field Marshal ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 14 September 1904

2 THE TACOMA TIMES ETcry Kvonfng Except Sunday by The Tarnma Times Publishing Company Entered at the pout office at Taooma, Wash., as ••con (1 class matter. USBB THE SCRIPPB-MRAEI TBLSURA I'll in NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE. .768 COMMERCE STREET. . 7T. .. . . . TELEPHONE MAIN 733. Ono Cent a Copy, Biz CenU a ..riP^S^i. *& cents a Month, IS a Year, Week, by Carrier or \>r Mall. c<t^^^^'" by Carrier or by Mall. A LOVE MATCH—OF COURSE A sigh of content goes tip from Germany because the crown prince t« going (o marry the Duchess Cecilia, and it is a love match. The ques tion was popped in the most conventional manner. He asked her at the tea table, and she said she would. And with the announcement of the be trothal comes the official statement that the lady is a first-class house keeper, and could cook and make the b'-ds if the crown Brines should lose his job and the ducheaa her money. The whole thing was what might have been expei ted from a family tliHt is well stocked with brains...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 14 September 1904

VANOIVER'S DEATH MAY NAVE BEEN ACCIDENTAL Much of ilie testimony received in the Stubbs murder trial today was merely corroborative of that "given yesterday. Private Allen, who was in the teni with Stnbbs when the shot which killed Vandiver was fired, gay testimony that would indicate that the gun was discharged acci dentally. The witness said that as Vandiver approached the tent Stubbs picked up the rifle. Allen attempted to take it away from him and in the scuffle ; the pun was discharged. Witness! said he thought that Stnbbs intended i !o use the gun as a club. When Stubbs was arrested, witness heard tiini say to the officer, "I didn"t mean io do it, Joe." Inquiry as to why the rifle hap- NJ. REPUBLICANS POSTPONE ACTION SARATOGA, N. V., Sept. 14.— The Republican state convention fonvened at noon and, after prelim inary organization, adjourned at 2 : 1 ."i until 11 o'clock tomorrow morn- Ing. If a slate has been tentatively fixed up it is one that may be broken on tbe lonveniion f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 14 September 1904

4 UNIVERSITY OPENING FOLLOWS INAUGURATION OF PRESIDENT Tlj* formal worm %;es inagurat- Ing Joseph E. Williams, A. M., as deal of the University of Puget Sound took place last evening. An Informal banquet wag given in the Tacoma ho!cl dining parlors at 5 p. m., at which sixty guests were pres, nt Rev. B. F. Brooks was toflstmanter. PreaMeal Thomas P. Kane of the Otalrersity of Washington responded to th<- toast, "Tlu. State SchoolH." Bishop Spellmeyer followed with a brief hut interesting response to the toast, 'Our Schools." — The company then repaired to the First M B. church, where the formal inauguration ceremonies were held. President Kane of the University of Washington presided. After prayer by; Rev.' g. 8 . Suillger, D. D.. Rev. Daniel L: Hader. former president of the,, board of trustees of the Pal teralty of Puget Sound, spoke briefly on what had been done for the school in the' past and what the future promised.' ,** Bishop Spellmoyer followed with mi address on the req...

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

Independent in All Things VOL. |, NO. 232. TERRIFIC STORM SWEEPS OVER NEW EHUI COAST Cyclone and Deluge Play Havoc With Small Sailing Cralt-Crews Missing and Many Persons Are Known to be Drowned—Earth quake Felt at Some Points NKW YORK, Sept. 15.—The Be-1 fere storm which struck this city last ] night increased to a cyclone in vio lence this morning. Many boats an chored in th« harbor are in danger. Nineteen barges in tow of the tug Ashton were overturned and washed ashore at Tompkinsville. Telegraphic communication is bad ly crippled. A fishing smack and a three-mast ed schooner went down off Highland lighthouse during the storm, but it HIGGINS NOMINATED BY N. Y. REPUBLICANS SARATOGA, N. V., Sept. 15. —The Republican state convention recon vened here at 11:14 this morning. Lieutenant Governor Frank W. Hig gins was nominated for governor by acclamation, Candidate Woodruff withdrawing In his favor. The platform adopted expresses confidence in Roosevelt and pledges him unwavering supp...

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

n THE TACOMA TIMES Kverj ICv^nlng Bxccpt Sunday by The Taroni* Times Publishing Company | Entered at the postoOce at Tacotna, Wash., m second clans matter. USES THE BCRIPPS-M'RAB TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. ■■!...'. -1 ■ ?' OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE 5TREET......... .TELEPHONE MAIN 733. 'f— "l. '-.. ' i '. i r , ' — [ One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a wrlflSaGSbii. zs cent* • Month, IS a Tear, Week, t>r Carrier or by Mall. q*SgSgggP" by Carrier or by Mall. THE GOAT ISSUE f London "Truth" docs not belle !t« name. It t«Oi "s why England Invaded Thit Wfcita various reasons have been given for Colonel Younghusband's Invasion of the Hermit Land and his war "on the roof of the world," the average person has a misty conception of the provocation. This is TnTHT's"*'veracious exposition: "The frontier between British India and Thibet trarerses districts where there are mountain pastures, and our main grievance was that cer tain Thibetan goats which were Ignorant of the line of demarkaMcm .were in the ...

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

JEALOUSY DRIVES ABERDEEN MAN TO COMMIT MURDER AND SUICIDE ABERDEEN, Wash., Sept 15 — In a fight in this city last night Helen Harrington and .lames Miles wore killed and Charles Sund was mortally wounded. Miles, who was a bartender, became jealous of Sund, who had been paying attentions to the Harrington woman. Last night the three met in a downtown room ing house. After a few words had FIRE SWEEPS WATERFRONT HALIFAX, N. S., Sept. 15.—A terrific fire, fanned by a 50-mile gale, is raging on the waterfront near the renter of the city. Half a dozen large ■warehouses are in flames. The wharves are lined with ship ping and it is feared that the loss will be heavy. The flames are rapid ly spreading north and south. The entire department is fighting the fire, and assistance has fHsen requested from Dartmouth. The imperial troops have been called out, also the army fire brigade of 2,000 men, who are at work with buckets and hand engines. The government warehouse is en dangered and the firem...

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

4 OBJECTS TO MUTILATION OF SHADE TREES .. y .*>-. ■--. . .- -■ ■■• ' - In spite of the understanding ' between * the. coundlmen and. the : other city officiate which was reached ! about a month ago, to the effect that no shade tree which nitght interfere with ' the city wires should be cut down below • a certain height, the 1 mutilation of shade trees Is contin ued. Id a lengthy communication to the city council last night Henry ■ Barke declared that the city elec trician cat down one shade tree be longing to him and mutilated an other while wiring a house at 5416 South Cedar street. This was done without Mr. Burke"* consent and he ■ declared rhat it was nothing short of a high-handed violation of certain lights which belong to him. The communication was filed without any action being taken-. ,' Anton Berene asked for an ex ten sion of ; time in '■ macadamizing I'uy ; *iui]i avenue.; The contractor claims that he is in practically the same po sition as ; was Mr. Ke*sal, who was '...

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

Independent in Ail Things VOL. I. WO. ZXS. DRUGGED AND ASSAULTED IN A NOTORIOUS SALOON Herman Westerheide Swears That He Was Given Knock=out Drops In Sandberg's Standard Saloon, and Relieved of $2io==Makes Affidavit to the Charges and Petitions City Council to Rescind Saloon License In a petition and complaint filed with the city clerk last night, to be presented to the city council at the next meeting of that body, Her man Westerheide, of 1902 Ainswovth ■venue, swears, under oath, that he was drugged in the Standard saloon. owned by Peter Sandberg, on Augus, 11, 1904, and then and there he wu deprived, by unlawful means, of $21 <• or thereabouts by a man namec Fischer, in the employ of Sandberg. I As**•■ Iti'il by Sandberg. The petitioner further svates In bis affidavit, sworn to before Attor ney Ernest Hoppe, justice of the peace, that when he remonstrated with the said Peter Sandberg and de manded the return of his money, the Band Sandberg did then and there assault the said p...

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

. THE TACOMA TIMES I Kvrrj- livening Rxcept ttuadiir by TTie < T«roni« Tfinoa f»uMl»hlna- Compinj ."Entered at th» poito9c« at Taconta. Wash., ss second class matter.. - USES THE BCRIPPS-M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. •OFFICE. 768 COMMERCE STREET. . . 777777^ TELEPHONE MAIN 753. * One Cent a Copy, Six Cent* a *->»^^^_ 25 rents a Month, $3 a Tear. t Week, by Carrier or by Mall. a^S££gi&> * by Carrier or by Mall. HOW A STRIKE WAS PREVENTED Walter Sanford Stone prevented the New York Elevated Railroad strike. He represented the employes in scores of conferences with the railroad magnate*. He was neither bull headed nor unreasonable. He C was firm, clear headed and able, and after the settlement of the differen ces between capital and labor, he said: "1 have only one rule, and that is, 'Do unto other* as ye would th( . -. should do unto you.' " That is an astonish Ing business policy. It is absolutely opposed to ..the modern methods of the commercial world. The average bus...

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

WILL BE C. M. & SO. HEADQUARTERS The latest development in railroad , Batten is a report to tho effect that the officials of the Chicago, Milwau kee & St. Paul railroad have admit ted that the company contemplates the construction*of a line to the Pa cific coast. This information is said to have !>< <-n contained in a dispatch receiTe4 by a representative of the road here. The dispatch further ■jtatea that the line will be built di reci Co Taeoniß whore the headquar- IDENTIFIED SEATTLE, Sepi. 16.—The skele ton of a man found buried in a shal low grave two miles from Kirkland has been identified as that of Alfred Earl Plummer, who disappeared from Seattle just one year ago today. His relatives have found positive marks of identification and are sure that the remains are those of the yonng man. Tom Fisher, a local immigration officer and a step-brother of Earl Plumroer. as he was usually known, looked at the remains yesterday af lernoon and he now feels certain that t...

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

1 SALOON MAN ROUTS TWO HIGHWAY ROBBERS Twr» robbers entered the "Our Cor ner" saloon.at 1926 Jefferson ave nue, at 12 o'clock last night and . commanded one of the proprietor, G..S. Upright, who was alone at the time, to throw up his hands. Instead of complying with the demand, the ; saloon man pulled a revolver from ■■. his pocket and opened fire on the highwaymen Simultaneously, how ever, the robber with the gun sent a bullet crashing into the wall a few feet to the side of Mr. Upright. But ;": Dividends talk. McCandlcss can •how you. ••• /^gn^AW ' ' .^E^JHfcy*^^ li >Vsamm. TOMORROW " Clothing Day "T»il..rs' Triumph" Sale. \ Boys* Suits. ages 3 to 8, . . . ... ..... 91.48 to $8.00 Boys' Suits, ages 8 to 15, ....... .... $1.05 to $7.00 YotttOS' Suite, aM«« 14 to 20 .... 94.0n to $12.00 Swing third over down town stores. ■ AT THE T. M. Co. Dep't Store 018 and ©21 C Street. Store open until 10 p. m. Bicycles at Cost To; make ; room '- for our fait stock at Stove* and Ranges; we mu...

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

Independent in All Things VOL. I. NO. 24J4. GENERAL EffilKHT IT MUKDEN SEEMS Him Outpost Firing Commenced This Morning South of the City-" Japs - Pressing on Again and Kuropat kin Must Fight or Retreat—More Attacks on Port Arthur ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. 17. —It Is reported here that outpost firing has begun south of Mukden and also In the direction of the Liao river, indicating that a general engagement Is imminent. Kuroki's movement Is still veiled, and the general staff does not believe that Kuropatkin intends THEATER MANAGER AND ACTOR FIGHT A. E. Cohen, proprietor of the Crystal theater, and his manager, Len Spencer, were arrested last night on a warrant sworn to by one Max Steinle, an actor, who alleges that the said A. E. Cohen and Len Spen cer did unlawfully, beat, strike, wound and assault him on the night of September 12, in the aforesaid theater. The trouble that led up to the as sault started after the regular per formance Monday ni-ght. Steinle and his wife had duly perform...

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