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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 24 December 1903

FRIARS THINK THE LAND PRICES LOW ' SOKE, Dec. 24.—Considerable ex citement prevailed in the Mothsr Houses of the Dominicans, Augustin iana, Fcanciscans and Recollects over the announcement of the settlement nf the friars! lands question in the Philippines. While the fact that a settlement had been arrived at was announced to: the heads of -the orders by tbe, vatican. the orders learned from the Associated Preee correspon dent tha price, $7,290,000, to be paid. The friars were glad the negotiations ihad been concluded, but they think the orders got little for the lands, as what they originally asked. $12,000,000. was, they declare, under tho estimated Value of the lands, the value of which EMPEROR WILLIAM'S SISTER HAS CANCER !PHINCESB VICTORIA ELIZABETH. Princess Victoria Elarabeth, Emperor (William's sister, is reported to be suf fering from cancer of the jaw. She is 43 years old, is married and -has one child. Seattle.—A meeting of the people Of Washington interested in charit able...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 24 December 1903

Updifting Nevus Up'to*Date. Tumwaters Bits Alleys In Game With the Dutch Jakes DM you ever stop to realise what happens when you bunch \ip the Irish. ] Dutch nnd tbe French? Well, it hap- j pened last night at the private alleys of the Coeur d'Alene Bowling- club. The Tumwaters can now go way hack to the tall weeds around Olym pla snd practice the little grime of cocked 1 at', and then again challenge the bold pirates who gave thean an unmerciful defeat last night. The best three games out of five for |28 a side gave the players plenty of fascination to play at their best. Of course, some of them, even when at their best, did not amount to very much In a bowling way. There's Lou Bertonneau. for Instance. He has a peculiar habit of making a strike without telling people when It will be done, but for the most part his bowl ing Is much like Hlldebrand's wire tapping story—doubtful. The Dutch Jakes took the first game from the Tumwaters with a score of 78 to 61 and then there was a holl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 25 December 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month, SECOND TEAR. NO. 42. OLD SANTA TALKS OF HIS TRIP TO SPOKANE Late lut night whn all of Spo kane's little ones wan tucked la thai* beds aad faat aaleep, and the last of the late shoppers had harried home and all the streets were deserts and still; whan only the eyes of tha far away stars were open to see—sudden ly a faint mualoal tremble and Jingle of sl.lgh hells waa heard from some where above In the dark Mna sky. The clocks of the olty were Just tolling In the glad anniversary of the birth of the Baylor. Louder aad nsarer rang the marry silver sleigh hells, and the little stars, each In Its plaeo In the heavens, winked Its bright ayes and laughed In the thought of the joy that waa hurrying Into the city of Spokane. Suddenly before one oould realise it, the peal of the bells became al most deafening and with a rush and a dash a troop of shaggy little ani mals burst Into vlsw, laden with a hundred mnsloal bells, and drawing a most beauti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 25 December 1903

_1 THe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. JOaTJg XTOrBBBT OBZHTBSX., Managing Editor. SOmgFFS-MoB ■ B FKBSfJ BBBTZOB. One cent per oopy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or 13 per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor ©r tardy delivery to the office. •IS Front are. Telephone Main 375, ft?ostofDoa Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 53 Tribune building, New Tork City. Chicago office: 308 Hartford building. W. H. Torterfleld. manager of foreign advertising. TObTOKT'S AhTUSEMEBITB. AUDITORIUM—"The Bohemian Girl." Overboard With Him! The reports of Bonaparte and Conrad, the eminent lawyers employed hy the president to investigate the postal scandals put Perry S. Heath, poli tician, in a close place. j Suspicious tracks lead up to his threshold. I Th© president's legal advisors say that the secretary of the republican national committee w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 25 December 1903

THE MAN WITHOUT A SHADOW Translated from A. yon Ohsmlsso, by Tobias Mitchell Especially for the Spokane Press. CHAPTER I. I /After a prospewms but wearisome I "voyage, we came at last Into Havre. Immediately on landing, squeezing myself through the crowd, I went Into tld> nearest Inn. I asked for the address of Mr. Thomas John, describ ed ns being "by the north gate, the t first country-house to the right, a largo now house of red nnd white marble, with marry pillars." Aa tha day was not yet far advanced, I un tied ray bundle, took out my black coat, dressed myself In my best, and, with my letter of recommendation, pet out for the man who was to ns elst me tn my wishes. Proceeding up the street. I reached the gate, find saw tlie marble columns plittering through tlie trees. Having wiped the dust from my shoes with my pocket-handkerchief, nnd read justed my cravat, I rang the bell— offering up a silent prayer. The door flew open, and the porter sent In my name. I was soon invited ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 25 December 1903

4 Up*to*Date Sporting Afeivs. Turkey Changes Hands at Allays Last Night "Who said turkey in this crowd? - ' was the slogan at the bowling alleys last night. And, of course, just as soon as anyone did say the word tur key he had to either put up the said feathered biped or go way back to tho weedlets along the outskirts of almost any place, Perhaps more choice large turkeys changed hands last night on the l>owl mg matches than did ''Tumwater'' the night of the bowling contest between the team by that name and the Dutch Jakes. . , , For the past month some of the "gen tle*' bowlers have been having all sorts of fun telling one another what they would do on Christmas eve. They did it all right, too. if the crowds and the arguments at the alleys Inst night are to lie taken ns any criterion. Bach a butt and uproar was never beard it these places before, excepting on the night of the contest between Walla Walla and Spokane. Entries for the Chicago races will be closed later than usual ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 26 December 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. nunon math *tb» SECOND YEAH. NO. 43. KEEP AWAY FROM THE SLUMS Ministers Have No Business in the Cess-Pods of Vice, Says Dr. Van Osdel—-Severely Criticizes His Brethren of the Cloth—Sets Bad Example and Gives Immoral Taint Br. Tan Osdel, the distinguished Baptist clergyman, favored The Press ! this morning with a noteworthy in terview. The doctor began hy saying that he hoped he spoke In measured ! terms, hut he abhorred all mere sen- | nationalism. After calling att.ntlon * to the good work done by The Press In its hold agitation for the better ment of social and political Spokane, Br. Van Osdel explained that In his ■nnday sermon h. would, Indirectly, take up the cases of four of Spokane's fallen girls, one of whom he and Mrs. ▼an Osdsl had for eight months en deavored to reform. Thar. ar. still many difficulties to b. solved, h. de clared, hat he hoped for ultimate moral victory. Passing to a consid eration of the "minister who goes s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 26 December 1903

TKe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. JOBTJT BOTaTBT GkEITSEL, Managing Editor. SOBZPPB-atcJtAß PKESB SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or 13 per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor Or tardy delivery to the office. •16 Trout are. Telephone Btaln 378. i Poatomce Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 53 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: 806 Hartford building. W. 11. Porterfleld. manager of foreign advertising. TO BIGHT'S AKUBEKENTS, AUDITORIUM—"The Bohemian Girl." A Rare Young Man. 1, Make something the people are obliged to buy. 2. Be honest. That Is the recipe of Russell 13. Gardner of St. I.ouis, who says making money Is the easiest thing In tho world. In 11 years Gardner made $250,000, beginning when be was 21, on a borrowed capital of 11200. And when he had made his quarter of a million, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 26 December 1903

THE MAN WITHOUT A SHADOW Translated from A. Ton Ohamlsso, by Tobias Mitchell Especially OA recovering my senses, I hasten ed to quit a place where I hoped there was nothing further to detain tne. I first filled my pockets with gold, then fastened the strings of the purse round my neck, nnd con cealed It In my bosom. I pgssed Unnoticed out of the park, gained the high road, and took the way to tho town. As I was thoughtfully approaching the gate, I heard some one behind me exclaiming, "Young man! young man! you have lost your Shadow!" I turned, and perceived an old woman calling nfter me. "Thank you, my good woman," said I; and throwing her a piece of gold for her Well-Intended Information. I stepped Under the trees. At the gate, again. It wus my fate to hear the sentry Inquiring where the gentleman had left his shadow; and Immediately I heard a couple of women exclaiming, "JeSU Maria! the poor man has no Shadow!" All this began to depress Sno, and I carefully avoided walking in the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 26 December 1903

4 WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 26.— Hon. Artene Jujo bails from Louisiana ami lias the most poetic name in con gress. Mr. Pujo lias taken a place in the front rank in the battle against tbe insinuating ami destructive cotton boll weevil. In order to slay this emigrant from Mexico and all its re lations Mr. i'njo has introduced a bill providing a war fund of g2oo£oo. It will then be up to the secretary of agriculture to determine the method of slaughter: whether the vvee\ils shall be taken out and shot or hanged by the neck until dead. WE CAN AND DO guarnnti Acker's English Remedy for it has neen fully demonstrated that It is superior to nil other prepar ations for Caught. Colds and Con* sumption. It Is beyond question the greatest of all modem remedies. It will stop a cough at any time nnd cure the worst cold in 11 hours. A Sic bottle may save you tIOO In doctor hills. We have such confidence in this great medicine that we sell every bottle or. a positive guarantee. ToUr money back if you...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 28 December 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. TBBBFKOHB MAKE 878. SECOND YEAH. NO. 44. PRETTY CLARA MAY EMMERT She Forms the Basis of a Social Scandal Which Will Have to Be Sifted in the Courts —After Death Her Check Turns Up for $2,000 in Favor of an Accepted Lover—lntricate Social and Legal Complications Here is the barest outline of a fas cinating lsgal and social tangle, now on the eve of settlement in the looal courts: Clara May Emmert, only 26, twloe married, but very unhappy. Robert Bmmsrt, her husband, gives $2500 oash to settle with her, prepar atory to a divorce, whloh, It is alleg ed, he was anxious to secure. Then enters James X,. Berrldge, who aoon wins the heart of Clara. She files a bill for divorce, but the very day the cose comes to trial she dies horribly of smallpox. A oheck for $3000 on the Spokane & Eastern Trust company turns up in ' Berrldge's hands. Robert Emmert, tho husband, now sues Berrldge for $20,000 for allenat- . ing his wife's affections, and th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 28 December 1903

9 THe SpoKane Press. •"•Wished Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. JOKB IUIUI taltniL, Mattering Editor. ■raim-HoBAi fbbm sbbyice. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or $3 per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor OT tardy delivery to the ofllce. WO Trout aye. telephone Main 375. •"ostofflce Bon 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: E3 Tribune building. Now York City. Chicago office: 106 Hartford building. W. H. Porterfield, manager of foreign advertising. The Verge. "Winston Churchill, the eminent young English author, gives It out Baldly that he will come, to Alnerica to seek a rich wife. That is frank. j It saves time. , And prevents misunderstanding. S Briefly catalogued, Churchill offers as consideration the following: Age 80. Good health. An American mother. An eccentric but able father. Collateral securities: Literary ability and fame, A pre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 28 December 1903

SECRET SERVICE MAN' - IN CELL FOR YEARS ' BENTON, N*. J., Dec 28.-With fhe expiring of William E. Brock way's term of imprisonment here on conviction of counterfeiting, it be came known today that for two yearß a secret service man has served as a prisoner and shared Brockway's cell In futile effort to learn where a $500 plate Is hidden. The .Ulentlty of this government de tective Is not known even to tha warden of the prison, for of course the name on the official records is as sumed. Officially he Is a oonvlct. He has worn stripes snd worked at hard labor and eaten tho coarso fare of Railroad a I fW BALTIMORE, Md,, Dee. 28.- While the fight to cross the Chesapeake & i Ohio cnnal is being made by the Wa- j Lash Railway company against the Bill-1 tiruorc <& Ohio, the former is construct- 1 Ing terminals to open a direct outlet Upon the ocean. By purchasing the Western Maryland, the Goulds opened the way to the Chesapeake & Ohio canal overlooking the promised lend, Not...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 28 December 1903

4 Up-to-Daie Sporting Afetvs. Bulldogs Struggle In a Fierce Contest Saturday ' 'A very exciting anil fierce ball dog I fight was pulled off Saturday night between two brindbs ttiat. providing it had gone far enough, would have I resulted In the death of the larger of the two animals. Of course the buttle between the two canines was strictly on the n,uiet so ns not to allow the police depart ment lo Interfere. About 1.1 sports rnngrcgated at n certain barn not far from the center of the city at mid night and witnessed the battle be tween tlie bulls for n side bet of $25. j A man might live in Spokane for n year or more nnd not Bee a real good dog tight, but if he has any especial inclination to follow that sort of "sport" there are few nights that he could not be accommodated. There are men in the < ity who arc continually fighting their dogs for money and the sport there is in it. This fight was not advertised, neither were tickets or printed invi tations issued. All the doors we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 December 1903

one Cent per copy Twenty-Five Cents Per Month, SECOND YEAR. NO. 46. WAS HORRIBLE -An Execution in the Electric Chair That Caused the Doctors to Faint and Witnesses to Shout "Stop!"~The Victim Slowly Roasted While Six Separate Shocks Were Administered—A Scene of Excruciating Torture. AVBUBir, H. T., Deo. 09.—Frank White, oolored, was slsetroeuted this morning for the murder of his em ployer, Oeorgs Clare, a farmer, In September, 1901. Six shocks ware necessary to kill. Ths first one car ried 1700 volts. The head electro podae emitted sparks and there was an odor of burning hair and flesh. Just as ths sixth shook was feeing given, Dr. Stein of Buffalo fainted and pitched forward from a ohalr al most into the eleotrical box. The execution waa one of the most horrible that has ever taken place since the law for electrocuting mur derers waa enacted. While White HT MX B GROOM A Wedding in High Life Down in the Old Pal metto State EDGEFIELD, S. C„ Dec. 29.—At Edgewood, the former home of G...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 December 1903

The SpoKane Press. published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. JOHJT IUBEBT IttSUSEL, Managing Editor. ■OBim-Koxu pbesb mnoi. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or IS per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor er tardy delivery to the office. •16 Front eve. Telephone Main 378. Fostotnos Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 53 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: SO* Hartford building. W. H. Porterfield. manager of foreign advertising. A New Eldorado. A big patch of territory is to be opened next year by the new Moffat railway being built between Denver and Salt Lake City. This undeveloped region is 5"0 miles long by 150 miles wide—larger than the state of New York and much richer in natural resources. The Denver Times makes the statement that one county alone—Routt county—ls richer in resources than the Chinese province of Manchur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 December 1903

Up*to*Date Sporting Weivs. Another Bowling Match Arranged With tho Tumwaters Wher match was made last night befveen the Tumwater bowling team and the Dutch Jakes for $50 n side. The date has not fully been decided Upon, but will be as nenr January 5 as possible. Henry Seiffert and Lou Bertonneau are the leading spirits In the organization of the Tumwaters. These two resemble twins In every thing excepting features, stature and action, "ftld what's left you can put down ns being properly proportioned between the two. The last game attracted more at tention in the elty than the match between the Walla Wallas and the Coeur d'Alenes, and the coming match will stir up even more atten tion. This time the Tumwaters will Search tho coast tor good rocked hat players and spare no expense. TOURNAMENT CLOSING. During the month of December the bowling at tho Amateur Athletic club has reached Its height. All players have done their best to get the big score for the month and the nmount of excitem...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 December 1903

4 RADIUM IS COSTLY AT $2,000 PER GRAM FRANKFORT, Germany, Dec. 29- IJotwithstanding the difficulty in its production tmany tons of ore being required to produce one graml a ra dium industry has already developed in (iermany and France, and although one gram is sold at a little lets than •2000. the manufacturer* are said to have orders for several hundred grains'. The demand for medical purposes ex ceeds the supply. Radium possesses all important qualities pf t{ie Roent gen rays in addition to tlie invaluable propei ty of being rendt for use at any time and turnishing it* rajs with out the employment of apparatus. It has been demonstrated tliat a small glass tube, not larger than a goose quill, containing a little more than it thousandth part of a gram is as ef POPE'S LIFE IS IN DANGER BY THE GOUT ROME, Pec. 29- The attack of gout from which the pope has been suffering is rapidly becoming more pronounced. Dr. Lappont, his physi cian, has presciaoed a most severe cure. S The pontiff m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 30 December 1903

ONE CENT PER COPT Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. mmon max* its. SECOND YEAR. NO. 46. ALL LIES, FRAUD AND DECEIT S. Yoshioka, a Brilliant Japanese Student, and Merchant of Spokane, Analyzes for the Press the Wretched Hypocracy of Russian Diplomacy—Predicts rf Red-Handed War Soon Mr. S. Toshloka, late of Stanford university and manager of the Orien tal Trading company, Is In Spokane for the purpose of organizing a branch office of that company. Other branch offices are already established at Kallspell and Harvard, with head quarters at Seattle. The company supplies the railroads with Japanese laborers, of whom nearly 5000 are nlready working for the Great North ern nnd Northern Pacific roads. Mr. Yoshioka. 204 Post street. Is well known as a political economist und author. When seen yesterday by n Press man the little gentleman was very pleased to express himself con cerning the trouble brewing over the orient. He said: "Whatever It was that prompted the Russian emperor to advocate the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 30 December 1903

THe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. JOHH HUBERT OBEUSEL, Managing Editor. SCBIPPS-McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or t3 per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor t>r tardy delivery to the office. ■16 Front ay*. Telephone Main 376. rostoffloe Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern officei 63 Tribune building. New Tork City. Chicago office: 106 Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld, manager of foreign advertising. Kindly Help in Dying. Advice, it is said, is cheap. But it sometimes is dear when accepted Sn cases of sickness. This does not refer to the advice of physicians, which, Of course, is dear, but to the advice of well-meaning and sincerely sympa thetic friends, which often is far dearer still. All know how prone people are to advise one who Is ill and to tell what they did and how they obtained...

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