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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 9 February 1904

UP-TO-DATE SPORTING NEWS OGLESBY COMES | THIS WEEK •*Cld" Oglesby will be In the city from Helena Saturday. This will prove interesting Information for his many friends here who will go to Sandpolnt Sunday night to see him in th# scheduled fight against "Silent" Rowan. Word has been received from the kid saying he Is in the very pink of Condition nnd will put up the battle Of his life Sunday night. The kid is now at Helena, where tie Is busy training for the match. "KID' OOUESBT. ITor several yoars Oglesby hns been the pride of Montana in tho pugilistic ranks, it Is a deserving reputation, for the kid la certainly there when It comes to the lighting game. Ho is touted as ono of tho cleverest little men In the business, and it is sur pri -it..: how general is this talk. Th- little "Silent" is hard trained Slow and although tho weight ques tion Is nothing to him ho is getting grained down Hue enough to be in tho very pink, lie knows ho is up STgainst the heat little man in these parts...

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. — 9 February 1904

4 JOBBERS WILL NOT SELL TO ANDERSON He is Not a Member of ihe Grocers' Assoeia- IKOR—Corey Says He Cu.s Prices. The members and non members of the Retail Grocers' association have clashed on the subject of cutting prices. O. P. Anderson, a North Side grocer, is the man who Is at ottts with the association. Anders n ac cuses tbe association of compelling the wholesalers to boycott him on threat of being boycotted themselves. Anderson further says that he is charged with catting prices on sugar and flour, but denies this. Mr. Corey, secretary of the association, paactl rally admitted that the jobbers are not disposed to sell to Mr. Anderson nnd says that the jobbers arc as in terested as the retailers In maintain* inp n card price on the two staples nnd that the greatest security against failure lies In maintaining the price On dour and sugar. "Cntll three weeks ago," said O. P. 'Anderson today, I got all my gro ceries from the jobbers. I was then accused of cutting prices on sugar nn...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 10 February 1904

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents Per Month. TELEPHONE MAIN 875. LAST EDITION SECOND YEAH. NO. 82. RUSSIANS PROVE TO BE EASY MARKS FOR THE NERVY LITTLE JAPS IN THE FIRST THREE DAYS OF CONFLICT HOLLIS TALKS Thr extrusion of their territory to co\rr the entire states of Montana. Idaho, Washington anil Oregon and the (election of a new name apprO priate to the enlarged territory, are the main matters of business before the first annua) convention of the Inland ESmpire Retail Lumbermen's association, which opened thin morn ing, ot the Spokane hotel. Over 1(H» delegates to the convention were enrolled this morning and more were expected in on . the morning trains. Many of these were from the territory over which the association experts to extend ifs operations. This morning's session consisted of an address of welcome from Mayor Boyd on liehalf of the city, and of K. ¥. Carrier Van Dissel on behalf of local lumberman. Responses were made by J. A. Marie, president of the Inland Kmpire R...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 10 February 1904

The SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. SCRIFFS-MeRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, alx cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or IS per year, delivered by carrier. No free roples. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all case* of poor or tardy delivery to the office. 616 Front avenue. Telephone Main 375. Fostcffice Boa 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: s*l Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: 106 Hartford building. W. H. Portcrfleld. manager of foreign advertising. City and Country. A member of the New York legislature hailing from New York city Is about to Introduce a bitl for a division of the common-wealth Into two states, New York county und the seven others Immediately around It to constitute the new state. City people say that only in this way can they get free from the Interfer ence of the country folk who do not understand them and their needs and can have th© "sort of government t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 10 February 1904

UP TO-DATE SPORTING NEWS McLaughlin Winner. One of the hottest wrestling matches ever seen In tho city wns pulled off at the CotnlqUS lust night When George C. McLaughlin, middle weight, performed the difficult feat of throwing John Miller of Michigan and Patrick Devaney of this city twice each Inside of an hour's time. J4nc won the first fall against Miller In live minutes with a luimmerlock and half Nelson and tho second against the same man In 10 minutes, 40 aeconda, with a half-Nelson nnd crotch hold. It took him 17 minutes to get a fall on Devaney, which was With a full-Nelson. During this bout the bridge work by both men was good and the head Spinning of Mo- Ijuilihlin caused repeated cheers from tho spectators, in the last bout Dc vanoy held a Strangle on McLaughlin and this mmlo the latter sore and he went after the big fellow and flopped him with a half-Nelson In 5 minutes, thus winning tho hig end of the gate sjvA a comfortable side bet. The winner received a challenge Tro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 10 February 1904

4 CHINKS WILL HAVE THEIR HIGH JINKS Chinese Will smoke Opium, Go to a Joss Church and smofte More Opium In Their Peculiar waif. it won't be long now until the 14th, When all the chinks of the city Will start some of their high jinks and some other foolishness which Is call ed their New Year. Of all the nations under the sun none respect and cele brate New Year's day like tli< squint eyed, yellow-visapcd Chinaman. H< may be crooked as the St. Louis b 'oi lers on all other days of the year, beat his customers on a laundry bill, sell him old overalls In his c hop suey or straw In his tea. and defraud him on the markings of the lottery ticket, but from now until after the 14th Mr. Chink from China is honesty and good will personified. He Is as dls nifled in his conversation ns the Ht. Rev. Wallace and Brother Lam bert in en attack on lower Howard street Bleated Idleness. This is the season of bIMMd idle ness for them. They celebrate what they call the time of Chun, and nil the Chi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 11 February 1904

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents Per Month. TBLEHORB MATJT 379. LAST EDITION SECOND YEAR. NO. 83. RUSSIAN FLEET WAS DESTROYED Four Battleships and Three Cruisers Were Sunk Off Port Arthur According to a London Special From Tokio —Two Japanese Warships Are Said to Have Been Damaged. (VIA SCBIFFB HEWS ASSOCIATION FROM THE PRESS' SPECIAL COR RESPONDENTS ON THE FIELD.) LONDON, Feb. 11.—A dispatch to Reuters news bureau from Tokio, dated 7:10 yesterday, says that an unofficial report is current there to the effect that the Russian fleet has been destroyed by the Japanese navy, four battleships and three cruisers being sunk and two Japanese warships damaged, in an engage ment, yesterday, off Port Arthur. The Japanese were successful in getting between the Russian ves sels and the entrance to the harbor before the fight commenced. CHEE FOO, Feb. 11.—No further attack will be made on the fortifications at Port Arthur by the »Japanese, as they are contented with waiting for the Russian fl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 11 February 1904

TKe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Puhllshlng Company. scstpps-MoKAE run SERVICE One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or 93 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. 610 Front arenas. Telephone Main 375. Postofflce Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 53 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: 106 Hartford building. W, H. Porterfleld, manager of foreign advertising. Abusing the Horse. An able scientist Is authority for the statement that a horse's ears are exceedingly sensitive. He says shouting at a horse is unnecessary. And it will spoil the ani mal for intelligent direction. The more one shouts at a horse the more is expected by the horse and he will not make an extra effort save by an extra effort of bis driver. The low word spoken In kindness is all-sufficient. You can make nn intelligent ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 11 February 1904

UP-TO-DATE SPORTING NEWS To Settle Old Score. Fighters as a general rule are a Very noisy lot —all except "Silent" Rowan, who Is not. "Silent." you know. Is deaf and dumb, and one of the best fellows In the business. Not a world honter or anything like that, but Just a good, clever fighter who may develop Into a rattling good lit tle man. Rowan will fight "Kid" Oglesby of Montana on the 14th of this month and to judge by all ap pearances the match will be a hum mer —of tho blood and thunder sort Und the delight of the followers of the game. "Silent" Is a very consls-; tent trainer and does all his work with as much .method as does Pader •wskl at the piano. His early morn ing run and his afternoon stunts with the punching bag has put him into fine shape. He Is nt ns a fiddle for the coming oontoat with the Kid, and his friends, of whom there are a host, maintain he will give an excellent account of himself. The silent ono strips like a heavy weight and looks to be much larger lind st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 11 February 1904

4 BARBERS' UNION MAKES BENSON SHOP "UNFAIR" At the spec iel session of the barbers' Union last night in the t'entral Labor hall it was voted to declare the Benson barber shop unfair and to call out the employes on the ground that he k:'eps open after the agreed hours. All the employes who refuse to leave will be put out of the union nnd a fine levied against them. A heavy fine will also be plated against the llenson shop, sn that should the proprietor again want to affiliate himself with the union employes he will be compelled to first pay into the treasury of the union a snug sum of money. When s-ked what hia intentions were this morning. Mr. Benson became very indignant and referred to the matter and the statements made by the bar bers as lies out of whole cloth. He HIDING All effort* on the part of the p. lie? to locate Hill Keating, who last night quite seriously i ut another colored man named Joe Ha gen at the Hotel Spokane, have proved futile. The cutting was the result of an ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 12 February 1904

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents Per Month. LAST EDITION SECOND YEAR. NO. 84. BOMBARDMENT OF PORT ARTHUR CONTINUES Todays Reports Discredit Story of Surrender of the Besieged Port—Official Information Is to the Effect That a Russian Transport Was Also Sunk at Che mulpo in Tuesday's Engagement—Many Wild Ru mors Are Aftoat. (VIA BCRIPPS trawl ASSOCIATION FROM THE PRESS' SPECIAL COR RESPONDENTS OH THB PES ED.) TOKOUkU, HI, 19.—A 99111 NUMBER OP RUSSIA If WARSHIPS AT PORT ARTHUR BATE ALREADY SEES DISABLED. BETERAL JAPANESE WARSHIPS KATE BEEN SENT HOME POR REPAIRS. SHANGHAI, FEB. IS.—REPORTS RECEIVED HERN STATE THAT THREE RUSSIAN CRUISERS KATE BEEN BUNK, AND THE RUSSIAN BANK BUILD IN O DESTROYED IN TXB BOMBARDMENT OP FOBT AR THUR, WHICH CONTINUES. BT. PETERSBURG, FEB. 19.—TBE ANNOUNCEMENT IS MADE IB NAVAL QUARTERS TBAT ZB TBE FIGHT AT FOBT ARTHUR BIZ JAP ANESE SHIPS WERE SLIGHTLY DAMAGED, 50 JAPS KILLED AND 180 WOUNDED. FARI3, FEB. IB.—ACCORDING TO INFORMATION RECEIVED HEBE TODAT ADMI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 12 February 1904

TKe SpoKane Press. |fNbliahf>d Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. Ona cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-flve 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 Sjr tardy delivery to the office. SAS Front avenue, •stannous Mala 375. •ostein ■« Boa 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 63 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: 1M Hartford building. W. H. Portcrfleld. manager of foreign advertising* A Woman's Mistake. Miss Catherine Cunnan of Musgrave, Pa., a telegraph operator, after Fears of faithful service, made a fatal mistake. Though noted aa one of the most careful employes of the Pennsylvania railroad, she unwittingly sent two freight trains crashing into each other. When one of the trains passed her tower she forgot to give the engineer hte orders and the result was a fearful head-on collision, an engineer and ■reman being badly if not fat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 12 February 1904

UP-TO-DATE SPORTING NEWS How We Got Stanley. When the announcement was made that Manager Rellly of the Spokane tmseball team had signed Mat Stan ley's fist to a contract considerable mystery seemed to surround the mat ter and the fans could hardly get the fact through their heads. Here la the whole thing In a cheesebox: It looks very much to an outsider like Mat 'Stanley had not been Used tight by the management of the Se attle team. When Dugdale sold out to the Coast league his roscrve play ers were included in tho deal, pro vided Wilson wanted them. Shortly after that Mat was offered a swell "billet" with kid Sure Mlque fisher with the Tacoma team. Mat then went to the directors to as certain where he stood and they- -put It up" to Parke Wilson. Parke was down In the wilds of the south some where and no answer was received from him. Then word was received that Wilson had signed Blankenshlp for the position of backstop. Blank enshlp Is a swell catcher and was for merly with Toledo....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 12 February 1904

* SPOKANE RUSSIANS HATE THEIR CZAR Joseph Apfel. a Russian Jew. Says All Russians in Spokane Want Japan to Win—ls Young Markesan a De serter? No loyalty, no love of the czar, no lionor and respect for tho government of all the Russlas exists in the breasts of the Russian colony In Spo kane. Jew nnd Greek Catholic alike deplore the misery of their country men. who arc dragged into a foreign war through misrepresentation and a play upon their Ignorant religions en thusiasm. They hope for the defc>at Of their own armies, and rejoice with n sad satisfaction when the plucky Japs are reported victorious. While they hate the government of the czar, they love their native land and long for a day when brothers and Fisters. fathers and mothers, strug gling at home, may have over them a ruling power which will lift them out of their degradation nnd misery. Martin Markesan, the young Russian soldier who formerly was a resident of Spokane nnd whom The Press an nounced intends joining the Japa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 13 February 1904

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents Per Month. TILEPIOHE MATH 376. LAST EDITION LOCAL FORECAST —LIGHT SHOW; OOLEEB TONIGHT. SEN. HANNA HAS ONE CHANCE IN HUNDRED Physicians' Fight for Ohio Statesman's Life Throughout the Night Slightly Increases His Chances for Recovery, but a Turn for the Worse That Would Mean the End May Occur at Any Moment. WASHINGTON, Feb. 13.—(Bulle tin.) —A bulletin at 3 o'clock says: "Hanna is sleeping quietly. At noon his temperature was 103. At 1:30. after a bath, his tamperatare was 100.8, pnlse 113, respiration 33. He continues totake and retain nourish ment well." After the bulletin was Issued it was announced that owing to extreme weakness oxygen was necessary. WASHINGTON, ran. 13.—At 13 o'clock the following bulletin was la sued: "Senator Banna Is resting quietly. His temperature is 103.8, pulse IJS, and respiration 34. He continues to taka nourishment well. There has heen no change in hie goneral condi tion since tha mornlug bulletin was posted. We hav...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 13 February 1904

TKe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday hy The Press Publishing Company. SCBXPPS MEWS ASSOCIATION PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or t> 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. SIS Front avenue. Telephone Main 375. Postomce Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: S3 Tribune building;. Now York City. Chicago office: 10* Hartford building. W. H. Porterfield, manager of foreign advertising. Experience and Wisdom. It is a remarkable fact, when properly viewed, that a parent can not be crueath his own experience to his child. A parent can give his child the example of right living, advice and money, but he can not give tils personal experience. Suppose I could bequeath my experience to my boy? And my boy to bis boy? And so on. In a few generations we should have a perfected humanity. Why this plan of red...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 13 February 1904

GUESS WHOTHEYJIRE? MBEKT W. tATTIWIILD, TBB QBE AT CARTOONIST ABB SPECIAL OOBBBSPOBBEBT POB TBB run, MABBfJ TBB BIO> 'VKB OT AMERICA A T7m IB VBBSB ABB KB CABXOATTTBB. Dli, such a headache, you brazen old thief I We all rejoice at your pain. |To doubt a diagnosis of your case iWould show ui> water on the brain. Oh, naughty Filipino, here's to you! [Whene'er the pot's a-boilin', you're the stew; JTbe latest stunt's a course of educa tion, fTo make you ready for assimilation. .oATfiM'U"' »».»•»• (Yott say you wish no bloody war, Upon my soul you're right; gA'e'te onto all your noisy talk - .You're both afraid to fight. for years you ran tho world J. V., Until you ran against John P.; 'And now the Standard gaff you feel-- IA gaff not made of common Htecl; IWe can't restrain our bubbling mirth, gTor John has pushed you off tho earth. Qt*ou alt upon tha capitol, tho nation and ths sra; lYou »it upon tho people—you even sit on !»<•; But look out for your transition from sitter to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 13 February 1904

4 SPORTS Dvorak Pin Leader. An interesting bowling contest was held at the Coeur d'Alene alleys last niKht to determine the favorite five for the Week. Kd Dvorak made it wonderful showing In his last game, running his score up to 267. With this high score to finish with be was Sn easy leader. The scores are: Dvorak 176 Is 6 267—829 Trncey 182 20<i 211—593 Dickson 213 IPO 157-560 Townsend iss 170 172—527 Hanson 207 164 154—525 These Men Lead. Some very good scores have been made at the Coeur d'Alene alleys of late and the following men are the holders of the records up to date: Ttn-plns, Kd Dvorak. 267: cocked hat. Hollerah, 69; kankakee, Holmes, 79; (•back. Dodson, 78; 4-b.ick, Hanson, 76, 7-up. Patton, 75. Scores in Medal Contest. Only a month now remain! until all competition for the gold cham pionship medal offered by Manager Patton of the Coeur d'Aiene nlleys Will be closed, and to date the st.m.l ing of the various competitors is as follows: Came* Pins. Average. Townsend r.o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 15 February 1904

ONE CENT PER COPY Tweiify-flve Cents Per Month. nunon maxjt m. LAST EDITION JAPS LOSE SIXTEEN HUNDRED MEN BERLIN, Feb. 15.—A dispatch from St. Petersburg says the Czar is Prostrated over Russia's disaster. He weeps Sensationfal Report Received at Nagnsaki of Sinking of Transport, News of Japanese Victory and the Wrecking of Eleven Russian Warships at Port Arthur Is Confirmed. (VIA SCREPFS NEWS ASSOCIATION FBOM TBB PRESS' SPECIAL COB RESPONDENTS OB TBB FIXED.) NAGASAKI, FEB. 15.—EXGBTEEN KUNDBED JAPABBSE SOLDIERS ABB BEPOBTED TO BATE BEEN KILLED, PRESUMABLY BT TBE SINKING OP A TRANSPORT. OBEBFOO, Feb. 15. —The steamer Wenchow, arriving from Port Arthur, reports 11 Bnsslan ships were wreck ed In Wednesday's engagement. Ths cruiser Askold has a big hole in her side at the water line and sunk in the Inner basin. The battleship Sebastopol had a hols in her side Just above the water line. Ths cruiser Novld had a hole ■hot in her afterport side. The bat tleship Betvlsan is on the beach. He...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 15 February 1904

The SpoKame Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. •CBTTPS SIWI ASSOCIATION press service. One cent per copy. six rents per week, twenty-five cents per month or ♦ J per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. r- Subsc; ibere will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor or tardy delivery to the office. •IS Front avenue. Telephone Main 375. Festoflee Bos 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eflßtern office: 63 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: 108 Hartford building. W. H. Porterfield. manager of foreign advertising. Inconsistency. Senator Tillman is pitchforking the appointment of W, H. Crum as col lector of the port of Charleston on the ground that he holds tho office with out authority. And that is to say— Tillman claims that Crum's appointment was not made during tho recess of congress. Tillman alleges that "no man of common sense can stand up and say that on the 7th day of December the extra session of congress closed at ...

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