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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 28 January 1904

UP-TO-DATE SPORTING NEWS FRANK KRAMER, NATIONAL CHAMPION. «r_AMFio- jawßxm dstiatts. Tin- world-famous Tom Jenkins of (Cleveland, went down to defeat at Bellmgham lust night before an en thusiastic crowd of fully 5000 people. tJenkiim seemed to be entirely out classed by Frank Gotch, the husky ■roung wrestler from Humboldt, lowa. Jenkins has been champion eatch-as sjatoa-oan wrestler for 6 years but Ooteh proved too fast und scientific for hiflk So hard fought was the battle that at the end of the lirst tiout Jenkins' seconds had to take him to his oorner and administer res toratives. In the second bout, seeing he WM up against certain defeat, Jen kins, ruther than lose the champion ship by straight wrestling, fouled Hotcli ami then turned the match into • ring Ixittle which was stopped by the referee and the decision awarded to the lowa man. Although Jerkins hail generalship, experience ami, supposedly, science in his favor, he was no natch for the fast young man from Uumhohlt. Got...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 28 January 1904

i SMART ALECK ' **T wa.it a marriage license," said a youth from the cotlntry, addressing the recorder today. "Bring a witness and it is yours, if you have the price." replied the Official. ..The Stage.. "TWßi.lTH NIGHT." A splendid production of Shake speare's "Twelfth Night.'' the most Mlightfal of all his comedies, will be presented at the Spokane 3_ nights. beginning Sunday, with Miss Marie iVVainwright as Viola. An nil-star cast comprises the support. Of nil Shake speare's plays, "Twelfth Night" is the richest in its diversity of characters. .{Viola is the heroine. The whole play originates with and is kept in motion by her, and her disguises. And yet ber character is given in liglit touches end delicate colors, and is composed FIRE TONAWAXDA, N. V., Jan. 28.- Fire started early last night in the lumber yards here, and is still burning nt noon today, along Grand Island front. Loss $200,000. The many friends of G. H. Hausan, engineer L. E. & W. R. R., at present living in Li...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 January 1904

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Are Cants Per Month. gggggggg MAHT tTB. i SECOND YEAR. NO. 72. WOES OF MANY MARRIED PEOPLE They Whisper Them Into the Ears of Judge Kennan and He Nods His Head as He Applies the Judicial Ax to the Marita Knots. If the divorce court ls a cure for the wrongs and burdens of married life, there arc six happy women and One man In Spokane this afternoon. In every Instance save one the wrong doer was the man, ,bad man. By a nod of his head Judge Kennan untied the knots which previously had bound the injured party to the negligent spouse. Ida M. Vlckers was the Ilrst one to be freed. Hers was a story of cruel ty. Told of the many Injuries in flicted upon her by her husband, George Vlckers, and the court thought It best that hereafter she be put be yond the reach of her husband that was. Next came Sarah M. Hey. She told Of the desertion of her husband. Left alone In Vancouver, B. C, without money or friends, awaiting the sum mons to come to her husband, a sum mons th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 January 1904

j TKe Spokane Press. m PobtUhed Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. tOm* BUBEBT QBET7SEI.. — yt-g Editor. SOBZPPS-aiemAß PBBSB SERVICE. One cent per copy, sin 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 •r tardy delivery to the office. •16 rront are. telephone Mala 375. Foetoffioe Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 53 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: 106 Hartford building. W. H. Torterfield, manager of foreign advertising. The Rawness of Americans. The principal criticism offered by English people on Americans Is that we are raw, which ls a mild word for uncivilized. They assert that Wo have small sense of the eternal fitness of things. Of course, there is a chorus of denials. No one likes to be told that all Of the moss of barbarism ls not brushed off yet. But— They were getting ready to hang James Swaney at ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 January 1904

UP-TO-DATE SPORTING NEWS LOU DILIiON, 158 1-2, CHAMPION TROTTER. ONLY PHOTOGRAPH TAKEN OF RACE BETWEEN LOU DILLON AND MAJOR DKLM AR. "ANTIKNOX'—THE STEW BRAND. ■f The baseball outlook in Spokane ls! gradually becoming easier to get a line on. For some time past it has been n very hard matter for any of the fans to really tell where they Br the team "were at" for the com ing season. But now all appears to tttive settled down, the hazy look has Cleared from the horizon. Manager Williams wears a continual smile and tho fanatics have once again com menced to fan with a vigor that has sjl those electrical. contrivances out In the first round. And when the robins roost again there will be base ball In this city that should be away ahead of that provided for the hun gering enthusiasts last season—that 18, In point of games played and sea son at which the particular heroes will be "at home" to their friends— the people with the lusty pipes. It Is Just a little bit early for base ball "talk"...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 January 1904

4 "MORAL ISSUE" DIVIDES LADIES' WHIST CLUD? The trials of certain high society people are just beginning. It seenis that all thin talk about making Spo kane morally a Spotless Town has its hearing even on whist clubs. You hardly think .1 whist club shouldn't meet any more on account of the doings «>f the local petted "Ssphos" down in the slums? True. Tears have been shed, it Is alleged, hut that highei -minded, "holier-than thou'' feeling must and will (not) pre vail in Spokane. There is a fine social scandal whis kered about town. The Press is merely AT 82 ROME. Jan. 29.—This Waa the 82nd birthday of Adelaide Ristori, the fam ous Italian tragic actress. Dwtag the day she received v flood of congratula tions, personally, by telegraph and by mail, from nil parts of the world. Sev eral felicitous messages were received from the United States, in which coun try the has many friends nnd admirers as a result of her four years' visit there. Ristori was born at Cividale. Italy, in 1822....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 30 January 1904

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents Per Month. nunon matjt its. SECOND YEAR. NO. 73. JAPAN'S FIGHTING CHANCES FAR FROM BEING HOPELESS It Now Looks As If War Is Inevitable, for Both Nation Are Pushing Preparations for the Great Clash. Russia's Strength Greatly Overestimated. WASHINGTON, Jan. 30—There now seems to be no longer hope that war will be avoided between Japan and Russia. Japan Is mobilizing her troops as rapidly ns possible and Russia, while making all kinds of pacific declarations, is making oil the haste that she can for the coming clash, which now seems Inevitable. The Japanese In war, according to Home of the military authorities here, would be us startling a revelation as were the Bo?rs. The lattir displuyed the highest possible efficiency a* n fighting force under the conditions that prevailed in South Africa. 'I he Japs, it is believed, would make the same sort of a record In war on a large scale. There is a general impression that In a fight to a llulah between Russ...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 30 January 1904

* TKe SpoKane Press. rwfcllshod Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. ' " ~~~~ 1 1 ~~~ ■ ——> WIS sTtnimT OKSTTBSx., Manas-tag Bdltor. ■omrpps-McmAx run exavxem. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or $t par year, delivered by carYier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor sr tardy delivery to the office. ■IS Front aye, . telephone Mala 178. F*stozEoe Sox 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: S3 Tribune building. New Tork City. Chicago office: JM Hartfo d building. W. IL Portertleld. mnnsger of foreign advertising. A Champion of Christianity. The civilized world must be somewhat startled to realise that Russia has suddenly set herself up as the champion of Christianity against Japan's "pagan" encroachments In Korea. It Is hardly to be expected that a people guilty of the Kinhlneff massa cres could ever pose as the defenders of any wholesome religious faith. But the unexpected ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 30 January 1904

UP-TO-DATE SPORTING NEWS rawoaß btast aoaxv. The re-entry of John J. Ryan to the metropolitan turf, from which he was banished last season, is not assured by bis reinstatement by tho Highland Park Jockey club, according to the Ideas of many turf followers. The suggestion that the bad odor attached to his defunct turf invest ment "get-rlch-quick" scheme and his operation of the outlaw race meet ing al the Newport (Ky.) track may Influence eastern turf officials to still decline to recognize tho Cincinnati plunger, has been advanced by some, and the turf world is speculating on a possible turndown. Nevertheless, the husky turfman, Who is partial to large diamonds, ls already planning to cut v figure in radii*- history during 1904. A string of horses that in point of class will rival those .of Smathers, Thomas, Bell and other big gnus nmohß the owners will carry his cplors next The Power Behind the Punch Is Clearly Shown Here. ftOSTON, Jan. 30. —No better Idee of the power behind the p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 30 January 1904

* ..The Stage.. No play or star has been accorded a tsorc generous reception by the thea ter-going public than ••Twelfth Night" and Marie Waiuwright. tW course the beauty of th* prods* tion from a scenic standjmint land "Twelfth" is indeed staged lavishly) has been a material adjunct, and the splendor of the cos tumes has added its ijuota. hut the beauty of the iday. the excellence of the cast, nnd the I harm of Miss Wain wnght's acting are the chief factors "in the popularity. No Shakespearean play is so replete with star parts as "Twelfth Night," tad none shows wider range of character. Orsino. Mnl volio. Sir Toby Reich, Sir Andrew Ague-cheek. Sebastian, Olivia, Viola. Osario nn,l Mnria—what an array! It rct|tnred the genius of Shakes|>eare to link together the fortunes of this diverse host. Miss W'ainwright will appear at the StKikiine three nights, beginning Sun day. "TKE MYSTIC MIDGETS." I One of the prettiest entertainments ever seen in Spokane is staged by Mr. R. E. CVilli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 1 February 1904

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-live Cents Per Month. nurion beaut wn. SECOND YEAR. NO. 74. WHERE THE BLAME FALLS FOR SPOKANE'S CONDITION Newspapers, Preachers and Politicians Bring on a Social i Mania for Reform—Wildest Theories Exploited as Gospel Truth—From Pulpits to Tea Table Talk. ' "Where lies the blame?" This query was propounded to a number of Spokane's business men. Condensed statements of their inter- views follow: . , "The present condition in Spokane Ms traceable, iirst, to the newspapers. The readiness with which the local papers dignify the utterances of preach ers offers the first false incentive. Preachers are notoriously bad advisers on civic topics. They are like chil dren, WHS no practical experience on subjects like politics, the saloon ques tion, slum-life which are never studied except in "n abstract way. When the average Spokane preacher begins telling how the city should be managed, the experienced man of the world begin l draw his face down, lie can scarcely repre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 1 February 1904

1 THe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Kx-cept Sunday by Ths Press Publishing Company. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or ft ►•r rear, delivered by carrier. No free eoptss. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all oasss of poor or tardy delivery to ths ofllce. •16 Front ays. telephone Kala STS. Pestomoe Sox 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: it Tribune building, New Tork City. Chicago office: 106 Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld. manager of foreign advertising. A Sensational Defense. "Society, as It becomes more enlightened, will snuff out the lives of sickly and deformed Infants, to prevent their becoming at maturity a burden to it and to themselves. As with the cradle, so It will be with other cases. ▲ committee ef skilled physicians, I firmly believe, eventually will deter mine the fete of those who are sickly or whose recovery from disease Is Impossible. Such persons, if the physicians agree, will mercifully be p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 1 February 1904

UP-TO-DATE SPORTING NEWS Wk~- *-SI*nr«iVJOE QANS, CHAMPION LIGHTWEIGHT. hews fob Tn rar nmn. There was an exceptionally aggres sive lot of pin knights at work on 'the various alleys last night to judge by the amount of noise coming from those places. Sunday ls one day In the week when there are more bowl ing knights out than on any other slay in tho week. The Coeur d'Alene alleys hummed like a sawmill and at the S. A. A. C. alleys there was rattle ■nd buss enough to put to shame a political ben st Its best. Efforts were tnade yesterday to overcome the high average of 268 which waa made by Owney Patton some time ago. Noth ing but failure can be reported. Lota and lots of bowlers will roll danger ously near tho mark, but none have thus far equaled it. Curt Reynolds Is the nearest with a record of 267. Wallace May Flay Here. Negotiations are bow on for a bowl ing ' match between a picked team from Walnce, Idaho, and the Coeur d'Alene team. This match is sched uled to take place In tho ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 1 February 1904

4 CHICAGO'S BIG SCANDAL CHICAGO, Feb. I.—Leading from the arrest of .Tames G. Tilbury, formerly a eoarhman employed by the late C. T. Nash, and later by his daughter Mrs. Hollis T. Thurston, on a charge of Markmail. Cbieago society is shaken to its foundation by threats of expos ure. Mrs. Thurston tells one story and Tilbury another. It was in November. 1002. that Til bury applied to the late C, T. Nosh for a position as a coachman and was accepted. Nash died and complying with a desire expressed by him Mrs. Thurston continued Tilbury in her service. Soon after the death of Nosh Mrs. Na*h became ill and went we«t accompanied by Thurston. The day following the departure the servants were given a hint by someone that Mr. and Mrs. Thurston had separated. Mrs. Thurston's tale of the black mail is-to the effect that Tilbury de manded K2SGO, failing to get which he would expose her. She claims he told her ue had in his possession 200 peculiar letters she had written. Mrs, Thurston says sh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 2 February 1904

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-live Cents Per Month. TBMgMOini MAIM 378. SECOND YEAR. NO. 75. ED BUTLER, THE FAMOUS BOODLER Missouri's Big Boss Will Again Show Himself Greater Than the Press, the People and the Courts—A 4 Unique Character Once More on Trial. FULTON, Mo., Feb. 2.—Ed Butler, the St. LOuis briber and boodler, who has done more to corrupt the courts of this state and Influence venal legis lation In the city council of St. Louis and the state legislature than all of the rest of the men in It, will bo tried here for bribing 19 members of the city council of St. Louis. He was Indicted In that city and the ease was sent here on his application for a change of venue. Beveral months ago lie was tried nt Columbia for attempting to bribe the St. Louis board of health, found guilty and sentenced to three years In the penitentiary. The case was ap pealed to the supreme court, which is practically owned body and breeches by Butler. He bouated before the case had been argued before that ...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 2 February 1904

t THe SpoKane Press. Published Krery Evsnlng Except Sunday by Ths Press Publishing Company. *on~ iranT onxvm., M —r'-g Editor. SCBITPS-Mcßir PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, alx cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or $S 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. •18 Front are. telephone Main 875. Foatolßce Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 63 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: 10( Hartfo:d building. W. 11. Porterfleld, manager of foreign advertising. What Time Is It? A great writer has said there exists one point of distinction between man and animals —he alone can tell what o'clock It is. "Other creatures travel down the path of time, but he alone can count the steps. Man alone constructs a calendar, takes note of the passing sea sons, celebrates anniversaries, reckons duration by centuries, ponders the age of the globe, and attempts by prop...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 2 February 1904

UP-TO-DATE SPORTING NEWS WHERE CURLING IS KNOWN THEY KNOW OF "BOB" DUNBAR. f BT. PAUL, Feb. 2.—Wherever curling is known tho name of "Bob" Dunbar Is familiar. He is tho world's champion, and has won prizes nunv, boring close to a thousand. Dunbar has mot and defeated the best curlers from ncross the ocean, And he has a long string of victories over crack players of Canada. Ito will be seen this winter In the Northwestern bonsplel, which will fake place at Minneapolis In February, and will try to better his present gecord of 62 points. In addition"%B his ability as a curler. Dunbar has a reputation as an all bround athlete, He holds tho 100-yard dash record of Manitoba, and his MS feet with a 16-pound Shot is still the Canadian record. IfO riQHT AT OOZVW. DALBWE. lien Wlngard, the Sandpolnt light promoter, arrived in tho city last flight and at once proceeded to get things going In tho Interest of his affair between "Kid" Oglesby of Hel ena and "Silent" Kowan, which Is to bo pulled o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 2 February 1904

4 DENS DESERTED Tlic alleys on Front street that hsvi been used as the home for "den" girls look like a place that bed bee* Merantined against The pest. The woman. Mareclle. whose right Home is Duval, 'controlled (Bore of thi miserable little shacks than any ttn c else in the city, but at that there m ot one of the girls who rented from her who will say ,-n unkind word foi the sweet-faced little French woman who collected the exhorbitan't rates They had only to tell a good story about their hard luck to win a gift of a week's rent and a nieul ticket from Marcelle. (icne Aitkin has donated his alleged rribs to the women, nnd pending the final J-e«ults of the present cases will collect no rent. Hairy Baer nnd "Dutch Jake" say that they inherited the rooms they arc charged with rent ing, when they took on the big build ing that includes the (Veur d'Alene theater. There was no talk about the rooms until the present crusade began and they did not count in the insig nificent sum they were...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 3 February 1904

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-fire Cents Per Month. nunoin wuam m. SECOND YEAR. NO. 76. BIG BUZZARD RAGING THROUGHOUT NORTHWEST Most Destructive Storm in Years Kills < Hundreds of Head of Cattle and * Endangers Many Lives. •UTTB, Mont., Peb. 3.—AdTloee re ceived her* from all potato on the northern Paclflo and the Oreat Worth em atate that the biggest storm Since IBM is raging la eastern Mon tana ana worth Dakota. Cattle are dying by the hundreds •na It la reported that aheepherders and prospectors caught la the bills Will have no ehanoe to escape. The GRAFTERS TELL OF ED BUTLER'S BOODLING FFI,TON, Mo., Feb. 8 —Sensational testimony was given In the trial of Bd Butler, the St. Louis boodler, to day. John Murrell, the former mem ber of the boodllng combine, who re turned from Mexico recently, took the etand and made a complete confession of the combine's transactions with Butler. Murrell told In detail of the light ing boodle. He described how the CRIMINALS PLAN TO MURDER PROMINENT MON...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 3 February 1904

TKe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. mawarrm-mumuut rasas bbbtxcb. 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 terdy delivery to the office. •10 Front are. (Telephone Mala 875. Vostofflce Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 63 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: It* Hartfo-.d building. W. H. Porterfleld, manager of foreign advertising. Your Sin Will Find You Out. The death of James T,. Blair of St. Louis at Eustis, Fla., last Saturday, points a moral If It does not adorn a tale. Let us briefly go over this dramatic life narrative, If only for the moral. Blair was the son of the famous General Frank P. Blair. He was handsome, talented, successful. He was chief counsel to the world's fair at a salary of $25,000. His wife, a leader of society, was president Of the...

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