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

THE COUNCILMEN DO NOT FAVOR NEW BALL PARK fsornTT toLDras pbotbst AOAXWST LOCATION—OBJECT TO BOISE OB BUBBAT—MEM EBBS SAT TSS BEBTAIi PBO JPOSUED IS BNTXBEX.T INADE QUATE—SOME SO SOT TjIXE A TBS TEABS' LEASE EBATTJB. The Spokane baseball magnates have decided where they want the ro*-biill park and If the objections of some of the residents in that part Of the city can be overcome and the City consents, the games for 1904 Will be played on ground owned by the city of Spokane on the north side of the river. The location ls on the lino of the Spokane Traction company and within a blook of the lines of the Washington Water Power company «l Division street. It lies between Isstnn and StnCo avenues and Nor gnandte and Atlantic streets. Base ball people consider It an admirable location. Solas on Sunday. Of the members of the city council who could be found this morning none favored the location and two or three With the light so far thrown on the Subject said they were opposed to It. Some...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 9 March 1904

COVERLY THINKS IT OVER ■ATS XT IS HOT TX4T TXBTE FOX* CONGRATULATIONS — WANTS TO KNOW WHAT COUNCIL TOi DO—SATS BOX XUSTLINO IB a- HANDS OP THE MATOX. E. M. Woydt was removed from the office of chief of police last night by a vote of 6 to 4 on the recom mendation of the mayor, and Captain Coverly was named as chief and con firmed by the council. He declines to accept at present, but the ordi nance permitting him to return to his position as captain at the end of his term as chief la expected to pass. McPhee is favored for the position of captain. The recommendation for the re moval of the chief depended on the vote of Fred Pearson, although Mr. Pearson stated last night that he had been willing to remove the chief at any time, that Woydt had been put ln during the administration of Dr. Byrne and that he had nothing to do with his appointment. Mr. Pearson was of the opinion that the office of chief of police should be taken out of politics. The votes for the removal were Pearson, Boyd...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-live Cento Per Month, LAST EDITION WBATOE rORBOAST: BACK, WARMS*, STRONG WINDS. PORT ARTHUR BOMBARDED LAST NIGHT {OVERWORKED TRAINMAN FALLS TO HIS DEATH Spokane Brakeman, Exhausted by Want of Sleep, Drops Between Cars —Extra Runs for Two Weeks Was More Than Human Endurance Could Stand. TOLD HTS LANDLADY HE WAS NEARLY DEAD FOR SLEEP AHE COULD HOT KEEP HIS EYES OPEN—WHEN SENT OH HDJ LAST TRIP HE ATTEMPTED TO DO HIS DUTY BUT WAS TOO EXHAUSTED. George ISlllS, a Northern Pacific brskeman, worn out and exhausted for wunt of sleep, met his death yes terday morning near Heron, Mont., by fulling between two car* on his train. Kills hud been working on extra runs for the last two weeks and was kept on the go continually, lie came in on Tuesday fiom a run and waa sent out the same evening on No. 54. Jlo remarked to his landlady. Mrs. McMillan, that he was dead for sleep nnd could hardly keep his eyes open. None Saw Him Fall. How the accident occurred will never be know...

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

TKe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. ' SOBUTPB BTWI ABSOCIATTOB FBESS SEBTIOE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-eve oents per month or It per year, delivered by carrier. No free cooles. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor or tardy delivery to ths office. 610 Front evenna. Telephone Xtaln 373, Postofflee Box «, OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 63 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: 106 Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld, manager of foreign advertising. A Picture From High Life. Let us hang beautiful pictures up to the public gaze. Let us de se in obedience to that subtle law which transforms the admirer into the likeness of that which he admires. But— Kven a hideous picture has its uses. Hero is one: Mr. Royal Guest, a wealthy citizen of New York, Is suing Mr. Clarence LeMtfcer, a millionaire, for alienating Mrs. Guest's "affections." The spe cial picture to which ...

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

THREE MEN OF THE HOUR IN EUROPE'S EYE WHO ARE EXPECTED TO GO TO WAR THIS SPRING ■UMIA BOTPMBD TO BB TBB POWBB BBHIWD THE BUMABIABS ABB MAOBDOBXABS- TTTRBBT IX PBCTBD TO FLAT A. KBBST- TATTOO IB TBB BAXJCaBS WKILS BTJSSXA SBOAOEB THE "TABXBBB OT TBB OBXBBT." SOFIA, Bulgaria, March 10.-C'hanee of war between Bulgaria and Turkey looks riper every day. With Russia's hands full in the far east, Turkey ia encouraging actsypf violence on the pa<-t of brigands and irregular soldiery that she would not hsve dared under ordin ary conditions. Although supposed to be a depen dent of Turkey, paying Prince Ferdi nand t250,000 annually, the suzerainty is only theoretical. 'Bulgaria supports a good army- that is. good for such a country -and while alone it could not be expected to stand before the soldiers ol the sultan, it may, with the assis- KMkee of thg Macedonians, make the "Sick Man of Kurope" considerable trouble. The llalkan peninsula is a great land f9r waHarn such as will he waged with...

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

_*_ POOR EXHIBIT FOR THE INLAND EMPIRE Maontficewt resources or SPOKANE AJTD TIOHriTT WILL HOT BE EXHIBITED TO GOOD ADVANTAGE ZB INLAND IX FXBB BOOTH AT THE ST. LOUTS EXPOSITION. The $7000 subscribed In Spokane for an exhibit at tho St. Louis fair has heen nearly exhausted or its ex penditure provided for nnd the show ing wished for by the committee is not ns good as was hoped. Lincoln county with all her promises has not donated a cent. Outside of the cereal nnd fruit exhibit which she donated nothing has heen done by this coun- ty. Tlio other counties cast of the mountains have not come to the front as they should have done, according to George AY. Ingrahnm, who has charge of the Inland Empire exhibit. "The state committee lias made a thorough canvass and has picked the cream of the state nnd county prod ucts. The manufacturing interests in Spokane, outside of the small dealers, have made no exhibits for the Inland Empire booth." said Mr. Ingraham. "The Washington Brick & Mmc ...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 11 March 1904

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents Per Month. LAST EDITION WULTHia TOMOAITI TAX*, TERRIFIC FIGHT IN PROGRESS GREAT DAMMAGE > All Wires Down on Oregon and California Coast —Reports Are Meager, But the Stories of Big Losses Are on the Increase. SAN FRANCISCO, March 11 — With tho restoration of telegraphic communication reports from the storm-stricken portion nre beginning to pour in. They are almost unani mous ln stating that the rain was the heaviest the stnte has experienced for years. The havoc wrought by the water and wind Is greater than wns lirst supposed. The railroads are among the heaviest sufferers. Mer chants iv many cities have lost much by the flooding of their stores. Quite a number of buildings were practical ly rendered worthless by the under mining of their foundations. No reports of ocean disasters have been received beyond the wrecking of the schooner Mabel Cray at Rcdomlo. Hear Los Angeles. The vessel was pounding on the beach when a heavy line wns thrown to It...

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

TKe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. bcarpps Brawn associatxoh press service. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-flve cents per month or 13 per year, delivered by carrier. No free conies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor or tardy delivery to the office. •16 Trent avenue. Telephone Mala 375. Postofflee Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 53 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: IM Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld. manager of foreign advertising. A Sad Phase of Child Labor. "Men grow rich from tho labor of children, whose bones are ground into almighty dollars, ln the textile districts men walk the streets In idleness While the mills are filled with busy children."—Samuel Gompcrs. Why? Because of human selfishness and greed. And this greed Is not that of the employer of child labor alone. The employer is not the only sinner against childhood. • Strange to say, ...

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

OUMD i"'- (Scrlpps News Association.) LONDON,- Mar. 11.—The Jewish Morning World declares that news from Klshlneff via Sukovtns shows that fresh outrages against tha Jews have taken place there. A mob pa raded the streets and drove the ghet to people indoors and sacked thetr houses. Many men and women were beaten, Several fatally. It ls believed some were killed. The military finally drove away the rioters. The World hints at worse details. IS GRANTED a mm (Scrlpps News Association.) ST. LOUTS, March 11.—When almost 0t» -the verga of lianging, George Col lins, one nf the Union bank robbers, and condemned murderer, was this morning granted a respite until March 28 by Governor Dockery. Colliua waa to have l>een hanged today in the county jail at Union for tho murder of 0. J. Schumacher, a l'inkerton detective, who was ft mem ber of the |>osHe which attempted to rapture Collins and his pal, Rudolph, alias the "Missouri Kid." BURNED OONNIOAUT, Ohio, March 11.-Tho car ferry Shenaug...

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

ft IN THE RING •nrxxTß fiobts nttLLta at WALLA WALLA THIS KOHTH— TBB ROUNDS AT 138 POT/HOB— QVEESAS MATCHED FOB A FIGHT WITH A "KID" PARKER. ', (By Jimmy Collins.) Walla Walla will again be the scene * of a pretty fast ring battle on Thurs day, March 24. when Barney Mullin tights Prod Muller. The tipht calls for 10 rounds at 138 pounds, (m March 4 Midler fought a 20-round draw with PetTy Queenan at Astoria, and. accord ing to all accounts, Muller is a last. THE WAB KB TBB BAST Vest, Worth and South That Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets Are Waging Against All Forms of Stom ach Trouble Can Only End One Way. DYSPEPSIA WTI.Ii BE DWVEIf OFF THE EARTH. The great and effective work of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets is no longer confined to America. They are being used now all over the world, for their fame lias spread throughout for eign countries and they cure dyspep sia in all lands and all climates just as well as they do nt home. In fact. surroundings nnd condition! never In terfere with the suc...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty.flvjß Cents Per Month. LAST EDITION WEATHER fOUOHTI UStf BAXJf OB MOW. JAP SOLDIERS BEGIN INVASION OF MANCHURIA Russians Flee Before the Invaders, Burning a Village as They Go—Nothing Heard of the Japanese Fleet Since Thursday's Bombard ment of Port Arthur—Famine In Siberia. rtEE BEFORE TBB JAPS. (Scrlpps News Association.) BEOUX., March 18.—It is reported hero that ths Bnsslans sst tire to the town of Wijukoiean, on ths Korean side of tha Yalu, and retreated across the river Into Manchuria. A complete Bnsslan evacuation ls proceeding, dne to the Japanese advance to the north. ODL DECAPITATED. tScrlpps News Association.) ST. PBTBRSBURO, March 12. —A late Port Arthur report states that during the bombardment a shell burst eight yards from the house of Colonel Huron Frank, Injuring his wife nnd decapitating his daughter, both of Whom were in the bouse. FAMINE TS SIBERIA If TOWBS. (Scripps News Association.) ST. PBTBBfIBURO, March 12 — The chief inspector of th...

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

TKe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by Tho Press Publishing Company. SOBIFFS STEWS ASSOCIATION PUN SBBTIOB. One cent per copy, six rents per week, twenty-live cents per moeth or II per year, delivered by carrier. No free oooles. Subscribers will confer a favor bjr promptly reporting all cases of poor •r tardy delivery to the office. SIS Front arenas. Telephone Main STB. Fostofioe Bos 4. The Official Paper of the People, Kastern oflice: 63 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: IM Hartford building. W. H. Porterfield. manager of foreign advertising. Saved a Man. A man waa arrested the other day in Kansas City for stealing from the register of a telephone box. The thiof! But wait. m» ■ A police court reporter concluded there was "a good story" behind the arrest. He questioned the prisoner and then went out to the man's home, or hut, on the outskirts of the city. He found there a sick wife in bed, three children—and a dead baby. The wife stated that her h...

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

POLYGAMY THE HUB AROUND WHICH SMOOT INVESTIGATION REVOLVES A Little Group of Determined Women Are Prosecuting and Predict a Great Victory for American Womanhood. WASHINGTON, March 11.—Polyg amy promises to be Uie hub around which the flmoot Investigation will revolve. .Church control In political matters Which wquld not leave Smoot free for the exorcise of his duties aa a senator ls, of course, very important. If proven it will probably result in his ejection from the seaate. It Is, how ever, rather an intangible matter and One difficult to prove. For this rea son the main reliance of the prosecu tion promises to be polygamy. President Smith has admitted that the practice of that syatem continues enfong certain member's of the church, including himself nnd several of tho apostles. It seems to be the aim of the prosecution to- show that Smoot, as an apostle, haa tolerated this prac tice. They hope to prove thnt by his sanction, at least, he has approved, If, Indeed, he has not encour...

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

4 BURGLARS ARE AT WORK Un roiji no« on iron, rtmnn, cioama aht> bxbtcm raon AjroTXBB akd tools raoM a Bxnxsxxroz. / Burglars or petty thieves were out laot night in earnest. Three notifica tions were received by the police this niomtng. Nearly every night for the past two weeks the police have been notified of grocery stores and resi dences being robbed. Tlie work, ac cording to the police, has lieen Hreom plished by hoodlums in the outskirts cf the city. They confine themselves to no particular locality but every night work in a different part of tbe town. The theory is advanced that the worn is done by hoys because of the number of small and cheap articles taken. Several suspects have been (iirested in the Diet few days hut not rnougli evidence was gathered to hold them. Carders' Grocery. V. M. Carders, who owns the grocery store at the coiner of Third avenue and Napa street, reported to the police that the Store had been broken into, presumably by small boys, and two do/en lad...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 14 March 1904

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents Per Month. *»»wn ma srs. LAST EDITION WBATHBB FORECAST I BAIN OB SNOW. MERGER IS AN UNLAWFUL TRUST Supreme Court Says Jim Hill Com bine Is a Good Thing for Stock holders but not for the Public— Lands a Knockout Blow. (Scrlpps News Association.) WASHINOTON, March 14.—(Bulle tin.) —Th* supreme court thla morn ing rendered a decision upholding tha contention of th* government against the Northern Securities merger of the Northern Faolflc and Great North ern. The merger ls declared to be a violation of the .antitrust act. Justice Band Harlan read the opinion of the court. This ls the culmination of a long course of court procedure which has bsem fought tooth and nail by the Kill Interests. It has taken a couple of years to bring about the defeat of the meas ure, which was first undertaken by Governor Tan Sant of Minnesota and carried out by Governor Rogers of Washington. The oust was finally taken before tho United States circuit court at St. Louis, w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 14 March 1904

The Spohane Press Publish.,! Kvery Kventng Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company SCHXPPS raWS ASSOCIATION PRESS SERVICE, one cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or IS per year, delivered by carrier. No free cooles Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all caaea of poor er tardy delivery to the office SIS Pront arsons. Telephone Main 875, Poatofflos Bos 4. TKe Official Paper of tHe People, Eastern office: St Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: lOf Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld, manager of foreign advertising. Which Way Are You Pulling. There are In this world two sets of forces—one set pulling down, the other pulling up. The homes, the churches, the ethical societies, schools, art museums, the higher drama, the social settlements are pulling men up, putting more light and joy in human lives and increasing the sum total of the world's happiness. Arrayed against these benign agencies are the forces of greed, appetit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 14 March 1904

THE HOMES OF JOE SMITH'S MANY WIVES ARE IN A BUNCH SALT LAKE CITY, March 14. -The Beehive Houae was originally built by Briglmm Young 50 years ago and haa ■inee tliat date been the official reei oVnco of the president of the Mormon church. Adjacent are the offices of the chnrch, where all the meetings of the directors of the numerous com panies owned nnd operated by the church are held. Here alao the emigra tion agent, W. ('. Spence has his head quarters, and missionaries going and coming from their fields of labor report Tbe Beehive house is handsomely fur nisher) aqd in addition is said to con tain a number nf secret passages and chamlwrs, wherein, in the obi "cru sade" days under the Edmunds-Tucker law against polygamy, prior to the manifesto of President Woodj-uff in 1880, prominent Mormons who were wanted by the United Mates marshal* would skip when the chase became too kct for comfort. vNo. 1 is the residence of Joseph F. Smith's first, or legal, wife. Mrs. Jul iana Smith. Pre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 14 March 1904

ft Greatest and Best Year's Record John F. Pryden, President. Leslie P. Ward. Edgar R. Ward. Vice I'rcsldent. 2d Vice President. Forrest F. Pryden, 3d Vice President. Edward Kancuse. T. C. E. Blanohnrd. Treasurer. Supt. of Real Estate. Jacob E Ward, Wilbur S. Johnson, Counsel. Comptroller. F. C, Blanchard, Supervisor Loan Pept. Edward Gray. Edward H. Hamill. Secretary. Medical Plreetor. Valentine Hiker, Robert E. Bun-age, Assistant Secretary. Medical Director. Etslie I*. Ward. John K. Gore. Assistant Secretary. Actuary. Willard t. Hamilton, Frederic A. Boyle, Assistant Secretary. Cashier. Frederick H. Johnston. Associate Actuary. Henry Overpne, George W. Munsick. Supervisor. Supervisor. ,Vm. Perry Watson, Assistant Medical Plreetor. Frederick It, Hoffman, Statistician. George H. Kirkpatrlck, Assistant Actuary. rPRUDENTIAL h£ ( has th£ %/& ■ fST RENG TH OF. GIBRALTAR" {■-l ~r. ..... h VISITOR BOWLED POLLED 353 AS A SAMPLE OF WHAT TKE TEAM FROM WAL LACE EXPECTS TO SO TOEIOHT ZH TK...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents Per Month. nunon max* am LAST EDITION WEATXBX PORE CAST: VAXM. JAPANESE TROOPS AND COSSACKS MEET ON YALU Russian Reports of the Fighting Says the' •Japs Were put to Flight—Czar's Port Arthur Fleet Said to Be Trying to Reach ■ Vladivostok. SKIRMISH ON YALU RIVER. (Scripps News Association.) LONDON, March IB.—The Central News' PoH Arthur correspondent re ports v skirmish between Cossacks and Jnpanese cavalry on the banks of the Ynlu river. The Japanese horses were killed nnd tho Japanese were forced to llee afoot. A second skir mish ls reported near Anju. Korea. In which the Jnpanese were repulsed. Grand Duke Vlndimlrovitch, the csar's cousin, ls expected at Port Ar thur tomorrow. DENPENBBD BY CONVICTS. (Scripps News Association.) - ST. PETERSBURG), March 15. —A dispatch states, that Viceroy AlexiefT tins ordered the Immediate liberation and mining of all convicts on ihe island of Saghalien, Just north of YssSO, who arc willing to enroll to help def...

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

TKe SpoKane Press rubllsh. d Every Evening _Except Sunday hy The gross Publishing Company. BCBJPBS BTBWB ASBOCIATTOW PBESB BEBVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per montlToT 33 per year, delivered hy carrier. No free copies. ■Übeeribers will confer a fnvor by promptly reporting all cases of poor or tar,);, delivery to tho office. Gl6 Front avenue. Telephone Main 375. Poatofflce Bos 4. The Official Paper of tKe People, Eastern office: 53 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: lt>6 Hartford building. W. H. Portertieid, manager of foreign advertising. Be a Good Forgetter. life is too short to remember tlie things that would prevent one's doing one's best. "Forgetting the things that nre behind I press forward," said a brave old man of the first century. Usually old men live largely in the past, but this old man lived iri the future. He was a good forgetter. Many of us fail because we do not forget. We remember our failures and they hamper us. We...

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