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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 January 1904

UP-TO-DATE SPORTING NEWS li *i • • » . - ■}■. ; . . I >■', r / LITTLE JAPANESE WRESTLERS THROW HEAVYWEIGHT AMNRICANS. CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Jan,l6— All Har\V.ird athletes are excited over the pejrebrmanceg of two Japs who are jsTcstling daily in the gymnasium. Because of the peculiar style of wrest ling practiced by the orientals the crimson giants learn much from the little men. ■ One phase of Japanese wrestling is that rule which permits of not the least discourtesy on the purt of either Of the wrestlers. As one of them ex pressed it: "In Japan a wrestler must he, first of all, a gentleman." But the Japs do not hesitate to use their utmost strength on each other, and as a result their struggle on the m t is always an exciting one. Geo. R. Lewis, one of the greatest wrestlers in Harvard, has tried wrestling with BOTH MEN ABE CONFIDENT. "If l can't whip that coon in short Dtrder, I'll go way back to the woods and quit the game." That's What Barney Mullin says regarding the light whic...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 January 1904

4 COPPER . CANTON. China. Jan. 21—The Copper resources of China are Im mense, but because of the Ignorance of the Chinese In mining methods tiut little copper Is produced. Copper Is abundant In Ho-hoi Hsien. Wu-ttng Ohth-li Chow. Wel-hsi. Ts'lng, Vung chang Ku. K'at-hua i'« and Tung ch'uan Fu. which has the richest de posits of copper Hi any part of Yun nan. Indeed, blocks of pure copper are said to exist In the last-named locality, which have denied all the Ingenuity brought to bear on them for ages Japanese, mining experts nre now being rapidly Introduced into these localities nnd the deposits are being reduced to marketable metal. The copper deposits In ChuO-tung Fu are immense. The usual manner of tret ting ore lias been to follow a lode from the surface Into the ground as long as possible without going to tho expense of sinking n shaft or making a tunnel. The miners have usually tieen left to do as they please under ground, government officials and pri vate capitalists consider...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 23 January 1904

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents Per Month. TILIFIOW MATJT 378. SECOND YEA It. NO. 07. AWFUL PANIC IN A BIG SKYSCRAPER Twenty-One Story Building Takes Fire in Chicago—More Dam f age By Floods. CHICAGO, Jan. 33.—At noon today Are broke out on the third floor of the Masonic Temple, a 81-story building, and was quickly extinguished. There was a panic among the thousand oc cupants, who fled precipitately down Stairways. The elevators of the build ing are aupposed to be absolutely Are proof. A number of girls suocssded in es caping from the eighteenth atory by flight down stairs. The flrs burned so rapidly that within 30 mlnntea 10 rooms on the third floor were a mass of flames, cutting off the elevators and stairways and tilling the building with dense smoke. The building is 31 storlas in height. After the .leva tors stopped the windows on the sev enteenth floor were soon filled with men, women and girls. The police attempted to paolfy the crowds and keep the streets open, bnt withou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 23 January 1904

3 THe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sundsy by Ths Press Publishing Company. fOaOT BUBSBT OBBUSBB, Massaglaff Editor. •OBxrvß-BfemAE rausss sebvicb. One cent par copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or $1 per year, delivered by carrier. No free copiea. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor er tardy delivery to the office. •Id Front are. Telephone Main 375. Postonce Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 63 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: 10C Hartford building. W. H. Porterfield. manager of foreign advertising. Reciprocity. "Only the dead can 'stand pat.' There is no such thing as rest In the economy of the universe. I have never been a disciple of the doctrine ex pressed In a phrase that has now become famous, and that means let well enough alone." "It has been possible to make, and in my Judgment it Is still possible to make a treaty with Canada, which would; for years to come, make us practical...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 23 January 1904

UP-TO-DATE SPORTING NEWS All. SBAST FOB THE 810 FIQHT. Now they will .soon be off at New pert. The two fighting men will clash there in a finish fight Sunday night which should prove one of the fiercest battles seen in the northwest In a long time. Barney Mullin takes his last train ing today. At the Are station this afternoon he can he seen hard at work wrestling and boxing with Oeorge i. McLaughlin, who is putting Barney through some fast paces. Mulliu's footwork is very clever and his blocking Is hard to get Inside of. He has n punch In either hand that will put almost anyone into clear who Is Anywhere near tho lightweight limit Mullin will be backed by the sports from this city to a standstill .and It la said that all tho money put up Will he covered at Newport by the backers of tho "Black Kid." who Is developing into a very fast man. Dem Gay has seen this Rogers go, and Dem says he Is like a foot of chained lightning coming down a rod. Any way, this fellow Rogers mnde "Dude" Le...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 23 January 1904

« PLEADS FOR THE ORPHANS TV TT. Winston says; No doubt it is essential to the saving of souls from eternal, irretrievable damnation that the Reverend Doctor Wallace should on even Sunday inform all those who will gather to hear bin of Ins inmost, most uncomplimentary thought con cerning Mayor Boyd; that the Rev erend Doctor Van Osdd] should gi\<? his real opinion of his brother clergy men who go slumming: that the Rev erend Doctor Lambert should advise the anxiously waiting world of his de ductions from n fire in a Chicago thea ter; that the Reverend Doctor Cib oney should expound his ideas con cerning '"The Ark of Cod jn the house jrf Obedemon," et cetera, et cetera. No doubt, also, souls cannot be saved unless several church organizations vie With each other in paving high cleri icnl salaries, so that each fresh impor tation may it.dulgc in more sensational ism nnd command larger scare head line* in the daily press than his pre- $50,000 CHIHUAHUA, Mexico. Jan. 23 — Pedro Alvara...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 25 January 1904

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents Per Month. TELEPHONE MAIN 375. SECOND YEAR. NO. 08. 150 MINING MEN ENTOMBED ALIVE Explosion in a Pennsylvania Colliery With the Old, ; Old Story of the Most Horrifying Casualties. PITTSBURG, Pa., Jan. 35.—At 8:30 o'clock this morning an exploaion oc curred in the ahaft of the Karwlck coal mine, near Cheswlck. One hun dred and fifty men are Imprisoned in the mine. The superintendent at 10 o'clock sent to Cheswlck and Spring dale for physicians, although none of the men up to that hour had been rescued. Several hundred men are working at 11 o'clock trying to make an en trance into the mine where the en tombed men are. It is believed many were killed outright or suffocated. Escape is oompletely shut off as ths explosion waa so great that It filled the ahaft with debris. The mine is looated one mile from Cheswlck and waa opened two years ago. It was always gaseous. There are two shafts, 100 ftet apart and 200 feet deep. The latest report from the com ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 25 January 1904

3 TKe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tress Publishing Company. JOM ItTBEIT QREUSEE, Managing Editor. BCXIPFS-HcgAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-tlve cents per month or $3 per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor •r tardy delivery to the office. •16 Front aye. telephone Main 375. Postofflce Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 5$ Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: 101 Hartford building. W. H. Porterfield, manager of foreign advertising Out-Herods Herod. Suppose: Suppose one of your children falls prey to dread diphtheria. The phy sician says. "Antitoxin will save the child's life." Suppose it costs $7 for enough antitoxin for the first stage of tho disease and $30 for enough to continue the treatment—s37 In all. And suppose your wages are only $1.25 to $1.50 per day. And suppose for want of $37 your child dies. Tou shrink fro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 25 January 1904

UP-TO-DATE SPORTING NEWS Heavyweight Catoh-as-Cateh-Can Champion. ROQEBS WOW OB A rOUL. The tight at Newport in Nick Brown's theater last night .was very much punk and In consequence there nro a whole lot of the sports who are sore, but really don't know how It happened. They lost their wads Of money for one thing, and that's no Joke. Therefore there Is much great Joy In the woods and jungles of Now port—and considerable wailing and gnashing of toebh in Spokane. And all on account of one Irishman named Barney Mullin. The black man. Jolly Rogers, was a chinch from tho Start. Only twice In the nine rounds did he got Inside Barney's clever blocking and then he put a couple of lefts to the mouth, drawing blood. Hut Mullin had to lose his head—he's Irish. The articles called gor a clean break, but in the second round Mullin poked tho black In the faco coming out of a clinch. Then Mr. Rogers gave Barney a wallop In the foul division Just to get even. Referee Smith cautioned both men. Trou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 25 January 1904

4 ANOTHER OF HILL'S MONSTER STEAMERS KEW LONDON, Conn., .Tar. 25. Two weeks from today another monster ilirgo-carrier is to be launched from lhe yards of the Ks.«tem Shipbuilding company here. It is a twin sifter of the Minnesota, launched last spring, and will be christened Dakota, The Dakota Will steam at the rate of 14 knots an hour, and owing to her great "OLD DOCK" IN A PAUPER'S GRAVE AT THE POORHOUSE Edward Glonenn. commonly called "Di ck.' - well known in Spokane mil the Coeur d'Alenes, died it the poor farm of Spokane county on tho litii inst.. age 73 years, lie WHI born either in Massachusetts or New York. His career in life was a checkered one. He went to California in IS-ISJ and there accumulated considerable wealth, hut fickle fortune frowned on him and he became )>our. Forty years ago lie prospected in southern Oregon and afterward* he was one of the pioneers: .in the Coeur d'Alene*. Among his associates there were Phil O'Rourke, Con Sullivan. Matt llaydcn. Jim Massa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 26 January 1904

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents Per Month. TELEPHONE MAIM 375. SECOND YEAH. NO. ft. NOT MORALITY, BUT TRAFFIC IN WOMEN Innocent Preachers Made to Lend Themselves to Five T Men Who Coveted the Riches of the Crib District —The Press Exposes the Whole Plan. Hot morality, but speculation; herd ing women for someone's benefit—ls the Inside vlsw of the present crib crusade. This sensational idea la now quietly discussed in certain quarters, but it Is alleged that during ths com ing trial of the cribowners the news given in The Press today will be of ficially recognised. That the plan was most carefully laid ia ths information that comes to The Press. The projectors over reached themselves. The revenues from the women are not less than $6000 a month, a rloh prise. There are alleged to bt Aye men tn the enterprise to have the women herded. One man is known to hays approached a local oapitallst, asking for sio.ooo, to Invest, assuring the loaner big interest. RENTS IN SPOKANE KILLING THE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 26 January 1904

s THe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Ezeept Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. WO BtrSKBT OBBUSSB, Managing Editor. ■OBim-MeBAl PRESS SERVICE. 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 •r tardy delivery to the office. ■16 rront are. telephone Mala 378. Postolßee Bos 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: BS Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: 106 Hartford building. W. 11. Portcrfleld, manager of foreign advertising. George Francis Train's Eccentricity. It Is odd the variety of epithets that are applied to genius! Some folks will tell you that George Francis Train was crazy. Others will soften it to "eccentric," and the world is convinced that there were Cobwebs in ills brain. It is the penalty of individuality, Train was a financier, and had a faculty of thinking of great industrial schemes first, and doing ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 26 January 1904

UP-TO-DATE SPORTING NEWS OBERLIN BASKET BALL TEAM CONSIDERED A FAST ONE. OBERLIN, Ohio, .Tun. 26.-The 190 C girls' basket ball team of Oberlin col lege is perhaps the best class tca.n that lias ever Is'eti turned out in Ohio. Last year they Avon the college championship without losing a grime, defeating the Academy and Conserva tory teams, us well as the other college class I cams. This year the team has been considerably strengthened and BATTLE STIX.X. IST THE A IS. The Newport frosts are still in the Sir and the 111 si thing today when I crawled out of the hay I got into nn argument Immediately. Yesterday I chalked up Just a lItI lo less than a million of these arguments. And nil on the referee's decision on that last blow delivered by Barney Mullin over the kidneys of Jolly Rogers, which put the black away Into dreamland. It now looks as If talk about this match will be in the nlr for some days yet. All of which shows this to be a good enough tight town If a match could bo pulled...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 26 January 1904

4 MUNCHAUSEN DUG IT MANY YEARS A6D "There is nothing now under the, of the earth on its axis from west to sun." and there is nothing new in the sea would be hirher on the , • . - - ,i,„ eastern than on the western coast, this talk about a canal between the , , . . . . ' and that on the uniting of the two 'Atlantic and the Pun He. Yl itness the ma ~) e). c ~( , ( „ trong current Story told by the veracious Baron from the east, and it happened just Munchausen 180 years ago in "Tales as 1 had expected. The -sea came in From Munchausen." with tremendous magnificence and en- After many adventures we arrived large.! the bounds of the-canal so as to at' the Isthmus of Daricn. Sensible make a passage of some miles broad of what general l.enetit it would be to I from ocean to ocean. Several sail of mankind, 1 immediately formed a plan j trading vessels and men-of-war sailed Of rutting a canal across the isthmus through this new channel to the from sea to sea. South *«■•> ( c, « • »"" * ~!...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 27 January 1904

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents Per Month. nurion max* 878. SECOND TEAR. NO. 70. STENCH OF DEAD AT CHESWICK MINE CHSBWTOX, Vs., 111. 27. —8y day light thla morning- BT bodies had been reeovertxl. Molatlng to the~surfaoe la alow on aceonnt of th. condition of th. mine. A special train carrying coffin* arrived thla morning. Bearoh.ra coming from th. mine •ay the conditions are becoming un OHIO'S $20,000,000 PAID TO UNCLE SAM WASniNfITON, Jan. 27. — Ohio people paid a little over J20.000.000 into the federal treasury last year In the form of Internal revenue. That was almost one-tenth of the entire amount collected In the country, ac cording to the annual report of Reve nue Commissioner Yerkos. There were 1959 cigar factories that produced cigars amounting to C24.000.0UU. An Interesting fact in connection with the manufacture of tobacco In the state Is that there was used In that connection 1,484,819 pounds of licorice and 4,968,788 pounds of sugar. The state's tobacco product Incl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 27 January 1904

e> sj TKe SpoKane Press. eubllehed Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. JOHN HUBERT GBEUSEL, Managing Editor. SCRIP PS-McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or It per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all caaes of poor •r tardy delivery to the office. •16 Front are. Patopkone Mala 375, foatoffloe Bos 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 63 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: lOt Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld, manager of foreign advertising. The Fault of the Public. Rev. Dr. Frank Gunsaulus of Chicago goes to the root of the small abuses and careless violations of little laws, from which we suffer great wrongs and disasters: "Public sentiment ls to blame. We might put the mayor, tho aldermen, the building department, the theater manager anil all the stago hands in prison, but without a permanent change, in public sentiment...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 27 January 1904

UP-TO-DATE SPORTING NEWS •YOUNU COUBKTT," Featherweight Champion. THYXHO TO 818 SOMSTHIHO. There is Just the least bit of talk Rround town regarding the sincerity Of Referee Tom Smith when he Awarded the Newport tight to Jolly Rogers, the black, on a foul. Rub bish! Nothing to it! Pipe delusion! In the opinion of all fair minded men Smith did as his Judgment di rected and was not Influenced In the least from any outside parties. Those who are csstlng hints without openly making any uccusatlon uso the argu ment that Smith should have declar ed a foul in the second round. That Is a decidedly poor argument for those who lost their money op Mullin •—for there Is no denying Ibe fact that it Is the losers who are out with Iho strenuous pipes. If n foul de cision had been given in the second round. Mullin's backers would still have lost, for It was Mullin who did the fouling In the second. Then to cap It alt somebody tried to "rib" Something last night and bring Smith Md Mullin together—tw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 27 January 1904

4 CALLS HER FRIENDS THEN DRINKS POISON PATER SON, N. .T„ .fan. 27,_i„ the presence of young friends she had gammoned. Miss Lillian Breen. alter joking and laughing, announced that ne intended to end her life, and then before she could be prevented, put her threat into execution by drinking tne contents of a bottle of carbolic acid. Miss Breen was well known in Pater eon and popular among her acquain tances. But she became wean - of ex istence, and chose a dramatic way of going out of the world. Seating her self on a high Moop nt Washington and Graude streets, she waited until GRAND DUKE BREAKS MONTE CARLO BANK NICE, Jan. 27.—The "Man who; broke the Kink at Monte ( arlo" has | come forward again, this time in the person of the Grand Duke Alexis of Russia. For several days the Grand Duke had been playing rouge et noir. St which he was very lucky. Then he switched to roulette and dropped a rouleau of gold on the middle column of the layout. The column pays two for one. and the Grand Du...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 28 January 1904

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents Per Month. telephone kaist m. SECOND YEAR. NO. 71. "SLUM SYNDICATE" TO BE UNMASKED The Coming Trials of the Denowners Will Lay Bare to Public Gaze the Inside Facts About Spokane's Precious "Slum Syndicate." DANIEL WAS FINED $50 AND COSTS When the case of B. T. Daniel waa called in the police court thla after noon B. Stewart, county auditor, testi fied that lot 1, block 90, was recorded in Mr. Daniel's name. This is the notorious blook on the southwest corner of Tront avenue and Stevens street- John Nichols testified that he had leased this building from Mr. Daniel and from Mr. McLean. This lease ran out November 6 last. During the time he had the building he collected the rent from the women. Did not know who collected the rents from the women after that date. Bert Hilborn, a reporter, testified that Daniel had said that he owned this property and admitted that he knew rooma in it were rented for cribs. Officer Shannon knew ths property owned by D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 28 January 1904

5 SpoKane Press. futhlihed Every Evening Except Bunday by The Press Publishing Company. JO KIT srr/BMT •UTSSnsX, Managing Editor. Bc*rr>Pß-Bfcsulk rsr.ii ■xmrxem. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or $3 •er 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. •16 Front are. Colephone Hals 375. Postomcs Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 63 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: 106 Hartford building. W. H. Porterfield, manager of foreign advertising. Fads and Fashions. "Every one is bound in fashion's shackles: neither man nor woman is tree." said Professor Vincent before tho Chicago Woman's club. "Men who are indifferent to fashion in clothes," he said, "are victims Of fashion in something else." Turning to fads the professor named the following among the departed; Croquet Painted dustpans The bicycle Painted rolling pins ,"' Tiddled...

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