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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 20 February 1904

ONE MUM* WIU tM Wjjjj fSETTY STENOGRAPHERS MOST SO BECAUSE GENERAL MAN AGER SATS THNT AM HOT FITTED FOB PROMOTION. (Special to the Press.) ft NISW YORK, Feb. 20.—Women 'stenographer are to be barred from the offices of the Erie railroad here after. President Underwood says they are not fitted for promotion, hence the older. If women were able to juggle the Stocks, squeeze $40,000,0011 worth of watcr into $4,000,000 worth of stocks Unci bonds, absorb a rival road without giving.up a cent, form freight combin ations with other lines by which the public is forced to- pay the fiddler for exceedingly bail tunes, they might be fitted for promotion in the railroad business. Hut women, as a rule, have a foolish idea stocks should be worth their face value at least and that something should always be given for something in a business transaction. # SPORTS (By Jimmy Cnllins.) "Gentle spring will soon be here, Though today Is chill and drear; 'And to the truck and ball park then The regulars w...

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. — 20 February 1904

4 WOYDT REFUSES TO RESIGN Will Go Out Only When Votes of Councilmen Put Him Out.-Pearson Holds the Key to the Situ ation-Council Committee Agrees on a Report Placing Mayors Charges on File. "1 have no Intention of resigning nnder any circumstances." said Chief Woydt this morning. 'When I go out it will be because the votes of the council put me out. All reports that I have now or ever have had any thought of resigning are false." This statement followed the reports which are circulating thnt the chief might resign rather than be put out. His friends say the mayor's adheri nts started the reports In the hope they would Influence him or weaken his Supporters and that they knew lie had no intention of resigning. Two Interpretations. The city council met In committee Of the whole and adopted a report last night Which Will be its finding on tlie charges made by the mayor. Each side gives a different interpre tation of the report. The report found that the chief was justified In with hold...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 February 1904

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents Per Month. TELEPHONE MAIN STB. LAST EDITION JAPAN WILL WAIT FOR SPRING Russians Seize British Steamer at Vladi istock—Reports of Big Land Battle on Yalu River Are Not Confirmed and Are Generally Discredited. (Seripps News Association.) LONDON, reb. aa—A dispatch to Lloyd's announces that the Russians have captured ths British steamer Rocslle, from Cardiff to Vladivostok, at the latter place. LONDON, Feb. 22 —Minister Hny nshl's latest advices lead him to be lieve that the Japanese troops may wait two or three months before un dertaking an aggressive movement in Manchuria. The Japanese feel that Russia can not be ready even by that time. They sny all their advices jihow that she Is less prepared than was China in 1896. tine reason for the Japanese delay Is that all the smaller Inlets are frozen over, making the embarkation of troops difficult. This Is especially true near Port Arthur, where landing Is impossible owing to the lee. Minister Hayushl d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 February 1904

TKe SpoKane Press. Published Hvsry gvwlng Rsefcpi Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. SCRIBPS XEWS ASSOCIATICH PBBSS SBS7ICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or 12 per year, delivered by currier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor •r tardy delivery to the office. CIS Frsnt aTsnne. Telephone Main 373. Postofflce Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: f>3 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: 100 Hartford building. W. H. Porterfield. manager of foreign advertising. Panama and Korea. The precedent created by I'ncle Sam In Panama has not been long In making itself a bother. The Korean ease is almost parallel to that of Panama so far as this government's relations are concerned, and, in ordor to he consistent, w« should now step in and stop the war in the "hermit kingdom." Perhaps most people have forgotten, if they ever knew, that on May 22, 18S2, Admiral Sehufoldt of the Unite...

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

BOYHOOD OF WASHINGTON INFLUENCED HIS CAREER fie Was a Boy of Boys, an Athlete Who fumed to Martial Life Naturally. His Early Days at Mt. Vernon and His Intimate friends. George Wn.shingt.on hail a fortunate boyhood. In his youth, largo planta tions had been cleared, big houses built and his father was a prosperous man. Vast forests regained with abtfndance of name. The boy had eomtorts as well as chances fur adventure. From childhood he was large and strong. He had brothers, sisters and careful parents. He lived on the hanka of a liver into which ocean vessels came and he could row, lish nnd swim, lie had a gun and learned to shoot early. His father hud horses and when he* chose George could join in fox hunts. He could out throw, out-wrestle, Out shoot, out-row- out-ride, out-swim and out-rim any boy in his neighborhood. His father owned plantations. The family w is prominent, hut not aristo cratic, according to the prevailing idea. The house iv which George was born Feb. 22, 1732. ...

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

* WHAT THE BOYCOTT MEANS united Action to THrow til Spokane freight lo 0. R. & N. in order 10 Force Terms From me mil R®nroads. The boycott placed upon the Great Northern and Northern Pacific roads by the Spokane Shippers' association at its meeting Saturday afternoon is the one subject of discussion among business men today. "Spokane's freight depot receipts during the past year." sail J. A. Schiller, president of the shippers' Association, this morning, "amounted to between 14.000,004 nnd J5.000.c00. and we think we can divert the major portion of this business to the O. R. & N." What It Means. That is tile meaning of the ship pers' association, which was embodied in the following resolutions Sighed by 114' of the most prominent business linns in Spokane: Whereas, we know that rates of freight ,to Spokane from eastern points should never justly exceed pre vailing rates td terminal points, plus 25 per cent of the corresponding pre vailing rate from terminal points back to S...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-live Cents Per Heath. nufim urn an. LAST EDITION GREAT WAR DRAMA IN THE FAR EAST DRAGS An Engagement is Reported to Have Taken Place at Port Arthur on i Thursday Lastjbut Nb Details Are Given. (Scrlpps News Association.) IBBUR, Feb. 83.—A dispatch to ths Lokal Anxieger from Tokio says: "A fresh engagement took place at Fort Arthur Thursday last. The de tails have not heen announced by the government." TO JOIN FRENCH FLEET. (Seripps News Association.) PARIS. Feb. 28.—The torpedo boats ristolet nnd Javelin sailed from Brest for Algiers today to Join the Asiatic Squadron. MIKADO THANKS BRITISH. (Scrlpps News Association.) TOKIO t Feb. 23.—Captains Lee and Pa.yn.ter and Lieutenant Boyle of the British navy were thanked tills morn ing by the mikado for navigating the cruisers Ishin and Kasagua from (le -808,, Italy, to Japan. Tbe mikado conferred the order of the Rising Sun on the British officers and presented them witli valuable gifts. RUSSIANS GET BUST. (Scrlp...

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

TKe SpoKane Press. ffubllshed Every Evening Except Sunday hy The Press TMMTshtng Company. ICIfTM KIWI ASSOOXATXOH FBF.SS SF.BTICX. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or ft 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. SM Front arcane. Telephone Mais 378. FostofCc* Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 53 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: 100 Hartford building. W. H. Porterfteld. manager of foreign advertising. The Boycott Will Win. The Great Northern and the Northern Pacific railroads are "unfair." I'nmindful of the interests of Snokane and unmindful of the Just de mands made upon them hy the shippers of the Ljnland Kmpire. these rail roads have persisted in a discrimination that has jeopardized the interests of this community. The last straw came a few weeks ago, when the requests and demands of Spokane were completely ignor...

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

BOODLER ON TRIAL BX-OOTTITOzXaCAIT OF BT. 1.0U13 WHO ZS ACCUSED OF ACCEPT XJTO BBXBBS 13 i UK, AI ON ED Hf OODXZ (Seripps News Association.) BT. LOU IS. Feb, 23.—The trial cf Chas. Kranz the ex-councilman who Was brought hack from Mexico on the charge of hribciy, began this morn ing. -The day is being given up to arguments on a motion for a change of venue, on account of alleged prejudice against Kranz in St. bouis. WILL PROTECT THE CHILDREN Vn'm. Stafford has brought an action to have the county take charge of the four ehildreh of Kmma Shears. Mrs. ((hears is now in the poorhnuse and two of the children are with her. The complaint alleges that she is not fit to have the custody of the children for tlie reason that she is vicious and has a violent temper, which may some day cause her to do the children in jury. The Northestern Home Finding association has consented to take the children under its care. TO CURE A COLD XH OWE DAT take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refun...

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

* 4 Local Briefs. ftyron Deffcnbarh. a mrrch.mt of Sandpolnt. Idaho, is in the city. '. More washings In a than any ether 5-cent snap. Easy Work soap. | wo fancy wrapper. All sohp. ,Wi A. Tyler, of Hope. Idaho, i* Jfegistcml at the t'adillae. Protect your lungs with one of our ! Chest protector*. All styles and j prices. Wntson Drug Co. (Jeorge I'usoeld. of Hope, Idaho, is j * guest of the Cadillac. The Club Cute ninny* In the lead. Our IKe merchants' lunch with beer I •r wine from 11:30 to 2 p. m ss good j ■ s ever. Headquarters for steaks, chops, etc. I. Chllbers. manager tJeorpe Chapman and wife, of Band point, are at the (irnnd. The best at the lowest price alway* makes business. That's the condition St the Red Cross Pharmacy, OfiUl Mon roe street. The Napa Mining company was thi< Morning allowed by Judge Kennan to disincorporate, An especial favorite with the Indus —men also like to use it after shaving —Watson's Clover Cream. 2, r >o. John W. Sorter has sued K. A. Ad-1- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 24 February 1904

ONE CENT PER COPY Twtmy-five Cents Per Month. mmon kazv it*. » , * LAST EDITION WIATXIB rOMOABT: UftlT KUI OS BUOW. SIX JAPANESE WARSHIPS AND TWO TRANSPORTS SUNK Big Russian Naval Victory According to Advices From St. Petersburg. Czar's Consul at Cheefoo Confirms Report and Gives Details of the fight, Which Occurred Early Yesterday Morning. All the News of the Battle Has So Far Come From Russian Sources and the Victory Claimed by the Czar is Discred ited by Japanese Minister in London and by Other Diplomats. (Seripps News Association.) COPENHAGEN, Peb. 34.—A report from St. Petersburg this evening as serts that sin Japanese warships were sunk off Fort Arthur. (Scrlpps News Association.) PABIB, Peb. 84.—(Bulletin.)— Hays's Mew Agency at St. Petersburg states tha* a dispatch says oOoiaJ au thority is given for the statement that four Japanese cruisers and two transports hays been sunk in another attaok on Port Arthur. Ths battleship Betvlsan, seriously damaged In previous engagement, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 24 February 1904

TKe SpoKane Press. yubHH«4 srsesy arsesUag stsessn sSsaday by Hie Press Publishing Company. I mmxrrm mws amoCxatyost press ssbttcb. On* oent per copy, ala casta per week, twenty-five cents per month or l» per year, aellvwreel by carrier. No free copies. * Subscribers will confer * f.ror by promptly reporting all cases of poor •r tardy delivery to the office. to* Proas itbim. VMephoa* Mmln 3T3. Postoflc* Bos 4k PAPER. Kastrrn office: 51 Tribune building. New York City, Chicago offlce: 1«S Hartford building. W. H. Porterneld. manager of foreign advertising. Alabama. Here's a beautiful story of "tbe tribes of the wandering feet." A band of weary Indians, driven by their foes from place to place! finally crossed s broad river and. setting up their tepees, exclaimed: "Ala bama." The meaning of the word in the Indian tongue Is "Here we rest" And thus a state was named. The sequ<l we know. Where these aborigines expected to find rest and a home, they found only enemies and the grave. So...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 24 February 1904

TYPES OF OPPOSING ARMIES Th* Bnsslan cavalry la superior la every way to the Japanese mounted troops. Ths men ara born horse men and their horses, although small, are hardy and active. The Bnsslan cavalryman Is really a mounted In fantryman and his equipment Is adaptable for Infantry as well as for cavalry. SWISH OF SILKEN SKIRTS HEARD (Scrlpps News Association.). ALBANY*, N. V., Feb. 24—There was v great swish of silken skirts about the senate committee rooms today. Tho presence of the fair visi tors was due to the hearing beforo the senate judiciary oommtttee on tho bill Introduced by Senator Stev ens ou behalf of ths would bo woman voters. The Stevens bill seeks to amend tho state constitution by adding a pro vision permitting tho legislature to confer "upon female oltlrens of any city of the stnte the right to vote In the election districts of which they shall ut -the time be residents, for, and make them eligible to, the office of school commissioner and school trustee, and eve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 24 February 1904

ROTTING CARCASSES POLLUTE SPOKANE'S SUPPLY OF WATER Corcner STmKh Says Many Decaying Bodies of Horses, Ccws and Smaller Animals Are Caught In Ihe Intake Canal. Coroner Smith makes public today a "Dangerous condition of the city's water supply which is n menace to the health of the city, and of every person in it. Care asses of dead animals are not only ocnsionallj" found in tho intake canal of the city water system, the canal from which the drinking water rs ob tained, but he saya that as many as 75 or 30 decaying bodies have been found there They included horses, cows and sheep, ns well as smaller animals. Tire city authorities should not lose a moment in investigating this state of affairs and in providing speedy re lief. - Cav-.se of Disease. "A deplorable condition exists at the pumping station of the Spokane water works," said Coroner D. L Smith today. "Decaying carcasses of animals of all discretions, cows, horses, dogs and sheep, have been coning down the river and have lodge...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Are Cents Per Month. nunon mats m. LAST EDITION WSHHXB rOIUIOAET: OLOU9T WITK LIGHT BAIK OS SHOW. RAILROAD Northern Roads Plead With Shippers—At Request i of J. G. Eden Committee Holds Meeting Yes * terday but flatly Refuses any Concessions- Wtfffng to Treat With the Companies but in the r Meantime Work Goes on—Railroad Representa. ; tives Make Offers.' "We will be glad at any time to meet the trafflo men of the railroad* entering Spokane, if they come to gether, but pending «»ch a meeting, the work of eigning np the shipper* of Spokane will continue." Such was the substance of n reso lution adopted yesterday by the ex ecutive commtttee of the Spokane Shippers' association, which has In charge the right being waged against th»> merger railroads. The meeting was called at the re quest of the railroad men and the resolution was the only reply to ar guments for delay on the part of the railroad officials. Called at Eden's Request. The meeting of the executiv...

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

THe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. ■CHUFFS BBWS ABSOOXATXOX FXXBB SBBtTCB. One cent per copy, els 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 cases of poor or tardy delivery to the office. ■Is Front sratu. Telephone Main STS, Fostels* Ben 4, OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: II Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: gag Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld. manager of foreign advertising. The Russian Advance. The book of Senator Beverldge with the above title, which ran as a aerial. Is lust out. It la a remarkable book and of current lntorest because Beverldg-e lauds Russia and Justifies her rapacity and ruthlessness and holds up that country as the Ideal of strong; self-centered government. Beverldge Is a tremendous imperialist. The author admits that the taking over of Manchuria was a land grab pure and ...

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

"NOT BY MIGHT, NOR BY POWER, BOT BY MY SPIRIT, SAITH THE LORD Ev«f ensi Barber says Ministers Appiandei When women Were Coa sfpea to HdMlMes Holy writs Against toe Relormers~-sags toe Metoeis m toe Pasters Are Not curisrs Methods. tm. B.KBBB OALU FOB A MASS BBsBTTBO AT TBS AtTBXTOBXTTM TO OFFOSB TKB BBFOBM XBBAB OF TKB MXBTSTBM OF TKB •OBFBX. XX SFOXAKB—OZTBB BBS BIOKTBBE TKAK4F M FBKXBKOB KB BXiTJV ABB BBB OKB WORK—KIB WXFB FOB MBRLT A ■AX.VATTOR ABMT WORBtHR. The crusade of Spokane ministers ■gainst certain forms of vice In Spo kane Is denounced by Dr. H. Barber, an evangelist of Chattanooga, Term.. ,who has had 18 years' experience In Blum and rescue work and who has been aided In a study of the social evil and its remedies by his wife, who was formerly engaged In rescue work In connection with the Salvation Army. He says the mass meeting held Sunday which he attended was a disgrace to the ministry of tho gospel. In the following statement, prepared especially for The Press, he g...

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

Local Briefs. S. F. Parrish. manager of the I.c Hoi mine .it Kosslaml. i~ registered nt* •tie Spokane. More washings in n rake than any Other 5-cent soap. Easy Work soap. No fancy wrapper. All scap. .lames Sutherland Mas awardetl n judgment by delimit agnmst YY. K. and m. M. .lores 101 *.*W2.»7 by Judge Belt this morning. The Club Cale always in the lend. Our ISc merchants' lunch with beer •r wine from 11:30 to 2 p. m. as good as ever. Headquarters for steaks. Chops, etc I. Chllbers. ««anaj:er Oeptam R. ('. Dewey, of the United States marine corps stationed at Seel« tie. war; the guest of friends in the city yesterday . • The best at the lowest price a}WITS makes business. That's the condition et the Red Cross rharniacy, 061)1 Mon roe street. Judge Kcnnan today oidtie.l David B. (iordon to pay his wife, Jessie B. Gordon. $100 towards the oo«ts of a divorce suit to be tried soon before j him. An especial favorite with the ladles also like to use it afler shaving •—Watson's Clover Cre...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Tfrtnty-nv fonts Pgr Month. At nuraon max* art, *4<j*|J LAST EDITION WBATKBB FOBBOAatTi PBOBABLT PAXB* MANY GREAT DISASTERS TODAY Fatal Accident in Chicago-Great Con flagration in Rochester-Buffalo Busi : nessman Kills Competitor and Then blows out his own brains—Business Section of Pennsylvania itown Destroy ed by Fire-Two Killed in Elevator Accident at DesMoines-Many Rendered Homeless by Cave-in Near Scranton. GREAT FIRE fITBB MTLLIOH DOLLAR BLASE DESTROYS 810 BUXLSXBOS EE HEART OB BTIBXHBSH DISTRICT OB BOCBBSTEB, B. T. pboobesb or ehs pire. (Scripps News Association.) •OOMBITH, W. T., rsb. as.— (Bull.tln.) —The Or* broks out la th. vary heart of ths dry roods district. It started in aa .levator shaft la th. XookMttr Bry Oooda oompany stor. oa Main sti-Mt. T« mlnutss aft.r th. alarm was sounded the six-story building was a mass of flames. Za less than half aa hour tho rear wall foil sad th. flaaaaa spread lato th. srr.n-story arc-proof building of th. oibl*y, ...

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

THe SpoKane Press. a—— — — Published Every Evening Except Sunday by Ths Press Publishing Company. SffSTPpB STEWS ASSOCTATTOS PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, sis cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or ft per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor •* tardy delivery to the office. •TO Promt avenue. Telephone Mala 375. foatoSlee Sos 4_ OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Baotern office: 61 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: 1M Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld. manager of foreign advertising. The Taming of Husband Beaters. The assurance given to husbands by a Chicago judge that they may lawfully resist being beaten by their wives would be more delightful If it did not go quite so far. Of what force is a lawful right when there is not the spirit or muscle to avail oneself of it? The husband who has learned to submit to tho law of the broomstick is slow to realise that there can be any higher law. He ...

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