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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 15 March 1904

CLIGK OF BEER MUGS SUCCEEDS SONGS OF GOD AFTER at ORE THAW SEVEN TEARS OT FAITHFUL EFFORT THE VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA ABANDON SERVICES UT SPO KANE—TEARS OF HARD WORK FINDS A MEMBERSHIP OF BUT FIFTEEN — THEIR HALL IS TURNED INTO A BAI.OOH. Aftor more than seven years of la bor in Spokane have the Volunteers of America given up the struggle? The former hall of the organiza tion on Stevens street where hallelu jahs and sacred music was furnished the wanderer Is now given up to Bacchanalian feasts and songs of tho beer mug. Perhaps It was thought by tlie owner of the building that the beer trade was more profitable than the wares of religion, or that the monthly rent would come quicker ln a single donation than to wait for the collection box. A snloon now oc cupies the hall. The Volunteers have given up their retreat nnd are at least temporarily disbanded. No reason is assigned for the failure of the religious Institu tion, but It Is thought that the mem bership was not sufficient to make...

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. — 15 March 1904

4 NO ARMORY NO BRIDGE If They Can not Be Built Without the Aid of Money From the County —Limit of Indebtedness Has Been Reached. Local Briefs. r>. N. Bengard «,{ Chesnw is at the Grand. To be popular, visit tlie popular Edison theater. Ed. M. Rogers of Sandpoint, Idaho, js in the city today. Pearl soap is white as snow and as large as any yellow laundry soap. It costs the rami —5 cents per cake. ]>. L. RoseticM of San Francisco is a guest of the Grand, it you have v pain In your back. Fide or chest, an onion and belladon na plaster will remove it instantly. ♦ Call up Main 514 and have one sent you. Only 2uc. Red Cross Pharmacy. OCOI Monroe street Mrs, .T. T. Shearer is in the city from Cheney, a gneel of the Victoria. When it's dark nnd rainy put a little sunshine in life hy taking in the Edison. ,T. R. Conway anil family are at the P|>okane among the Minneapolis vis itors. A number of patients for clini cal work at the Post-Graduate College. Artificial plates, crown and br...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 16 March 1904

ONE CENT PER COPY Tsno4n Casts Per Heath* FIRST EDITION WRATHRR FORECAST! FAIR. BISHOP TELLS STORY OF CHEMULPO FIGHT .'■■••-■■. ■** t ':- y Vivid Description of the First Battle ef the War In Far East Told In Letter Written by an Eyewitness. t (Voted divine, who was an eye wit ness of great naval battle, writes description of fight and of the de struction of Russian vsssels specially far th. Cincinnati Post, Bpokane Press and Scripps Hews Aasociatlon. First description by eys witness to be published In America.) CINCINNATI, 0., March 16.— Bishop Moore of the Methodist church witnessed the naval battle between the Russians and Japanese at Che mulpo, nnd he vividly describes the clash in a letter to the Cincinnati Post. The bishop left Shanghai February 6 ln a Russlnn liner, which anchored on the morning of the Mil at Chemulpo near the Russian cruis ers Varlag and Koiiets. "Not a Jnpuneso ship wns ln sight then," says the bishop. "At 4 o'clock the next day Jnpnne.se ships, 12 in numbe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 16 March 1904

TKe SpoKane Press Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. SCBJPPB BBWS ASSOCIATION PBJSSS BBRVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or f3 per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer B favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor or tardy delivery to the office. 616 Tront avenue. Telephone Main 375. Postofflee Boa 4. TKe Official Paper of the People, Eastern office: 53 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: 106 Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld. manager of foreign advertising. Why Not Own a Home? A Boston expert has been making exhaustive researches Into the home life of hundreds of families in all parts of the country. He wanted to know how the average family spent their income. He found folks who ate themselves into poverty; others who starved in order to dress; people who wasted hard-earned dollars, and one fact that .so,ons bigger than all the rest. According to his figures ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 16 March 1904

RUSSIA BUILT BARRACKS fOR PRESENT WAR EIVE YEARS AGO 90KB rOSTBB WRABBR TREES OI" BTTmEI,rW« UPOIf KTTOB DE SERTED MILITARY CAMPS IB SIBERIA. John Foster rraasr, the Siberian Traveler and Wetter, TeUs ln Thla Article Bow Russia lv Been Fre parlng for Five Tears for War With Japan. Lake niiikul is now frozen over, and Its 40-mile widttr is driven across ln sleighs, when the temporary railway Is not working, Branches of trees •tuck In the Ice show the way, and •very eight miles Is a halting place where food may he obtained. The feeding of the soldier while tag Imsten.-d to the seat of war can hardly he described as particularly good. In the morning he gets ten and black bread; ln the middle of the day he haa "borch," a vegetable soup with a piece of meat lloatlng In each por tion; and In the evening h« gets more tea and more black bread, clothing there Is little difference Between summer and winter garb ex cept that the soldier has the addition Of a henvy overcoat, loose-fitting, Whic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 16 March 1904

i COLEMAN EXPLAINS principal or mow school in A LETTER TO TIE TRESS SATS WASHIWOTON WATER POWER COM?ANT HOW CARRIES THE SCHOOL CHILDREN AT HALT FARE. Councilman Tratt last night Intro duced a resolution requiring all sfeet cnr lines to carry all school children for half fine, and provided that the council Should discontinue the grant inc of franchises to nny company that refused to grant the half fare rate. Why Mr. Tratt Introduced the resolution is not known. Roth the Traction company and the Washing ton Water Rower company rarry School children for half fare. The following letter, received this morn ing from the principal of the high school, explains the matter: "SPOKANE. March It. —To the Editor of the Spokane Press: The statement in this morning's Review ns regards the attitude of the Wash ington Water Power company towards the half fare rnte for school children is. in my opinion, decidedly mislead ing. "The Washington Water Power company has for the last three months sold half ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 17 March 1904

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-live Cents Per Month. LAST EDITION WMTMI VOIMAtII PROBAHLY BAOT fIDAT. COLE'S NAME AT LAST SENT TO SENATE Spskane Man Wins Hts Hard and Bitter Fight for the Position of Register of Local Land Office—His Name Sent to Senate Today. (Special to The Press.) ( WASiniOTO», March. 17.—Presi dent Rooeev.lt this morning sent to the senate the name of Hal J, Cole of Spokane to he register of the land oflice at that place, vice W. H. Xnid rten, whose terra expired nearly two year. ago. This settles one of the most bitter ly fought political contests ever waged over nn appointment In the state of Washington. Mr. tifidden, the Incumbent, secured his appoint ment through Senator John L, Wil son, who for two yeaTS has succeeded In keeping Mr. I.udden In oflice ln spite of the combined attacks of nil the enemies of Mr. Wilson nnd of the untiring exertions of Senators Poster and Ankeny. NOMINATED WASHINGTON, D. ("*.. March 17 — President Roosevelt today nominated William F. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 17 March 1904

TKe SpoKane Press Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Cress. Publishing Company. scmrpps news association press service. Ono 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 or tardy delivery to the office. j 616 Front avenue. Telephone Main 378. Postofflee Box 4. The Official Paper of tKe People, Eastern office: !>3 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago ofllee: 106 Hartford building. W. H. forterneld, manager of foreign advertising. Promoting Divorce. A New York detective, arrested in the act of "shadowing" a Wall street man, was proved to be in the employ of a firm of lawyers who were seeking to induce the man's wife to believe siie had grounds for divorce. The woman had been made wildly jealous by reports from the detective, which were absolutely false. To what extent such business is carried on it Is, of course. Impossible to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 17 March 1904

A BEAUTIFUL WOMAN IN CINCINNATI MRS. JULIUS FLKISCHMANN. She is the wife of Cincinnati's mil- Konnire mayor, anii is as much at home in the east as in the Queen City. iShe •pends much of her time in New York. She is an enthusiastic horsewoman. JAPANESE TRAVELER TELLS OF TROUBLE TIE CZAR GOT HIMSELF IN WHEN VISITING JAPAN OTTLTtTRED SUBJECT OF TKE MI KADO VISITS BPOKAKE—DIS CUSSES TKE WAS AITS PRE DICTS A liONO AND BITTER STRUGGLE. r ' "I can not predict the outcome of the war in the far east." said Y. Sum a, an educated Japanese, who ts Visiting In the city. Mr. KUfIM Is a traveler who arrived ln the city two days ago from I,os Angeles. He wus found chatting with the proprietor of a Japanese restaurant on Main nvenue. Ills language was in good English lind to ull appearances ho is a gentleman of considerable culture. Ho discussed the war and mentioned the Incident of the czar's visit to Japan years bko nnd the trouble he got Into nt that time. "America Is too fur nwny from the seat ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 17 March 1904

4 WATER FAMINE Worst Scarcity of Water Supply in History of Spokane Is Predicted for the Coming Season—Weymouth Says Counci, Is to Blame. rtpekane ia promised the greatest water famine in its history; Residents of the city, and especially those with homes and beautiful lawns, know what it is to be without sufficient water, but this year they will have a scarcity that will test their patience as never before. Tardy stejis have been taken to provide relief, but they are followed by thp cheering announcement that it will be impossible to provide a remedy in time for the warm Weather of the present year. Commissioner Weymouth throws the blame onto the city council. Action Came Too Late. Members of tbe board of public works say there is no possibility of relieving the water conditions tins year. That if the 140,000 needed to build the reservoir is appropriated it yill be of no benefit this season. "I have been heartily in favor of the two reservoirs and the matter has been before the cou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 18 March 1904

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents Per Month. TEUFKOn MATH 378. LAST EDITION WXATKHB FORECAST: PROEABLV VATB. JAPANESE ARE THE TEN LOST TRIBES OF ISRAEL Impossible Story Given Credance by Russian Newsyapers in Order to Stir up Anti Scmet ic Riots—Renewal of Massacres Feared. (Scrlpps News Association.) BT. rKTKREHIIIO. March 18.—A I fanciful theory has been started here to (lie effect that the Japanese are the lost 10 tribes of Israel. The idea, while ludicrous, hns been seized upon by the anti-Semitic press as a means )ur stirring up a new anti-Jewish out ' break. The Novo* Vretnya not only treats It seriously, but daily declares that the Jewe ln Russia are subscribing large sums to aid their new found brethren in the war against Russia. In view of the approach of Easter the Jews fear a renewal of the Klsh lncff massacres. Tlie fact Is the Jews are subscribing heavily to Russian war funds. . \ MAKE IT A RELIGIOUS WAR. (Scripps News Association,) ROMS, March 18.—Several associ atio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 18 March 1904

* TKe SpoKane Press by The Press Publishing Compnny. BCRJEES STEWS ASSQCTATTOW PRESS SERVICE One cent per copy, six 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 nil cases of poor or tardy delivery to the office. aia rront aranus. Telephone Main 375. Poato«oe Mm* 4. TKe Official Paper of the People, Eastern office: 53 Tribune building. New York City. Chicngo office? 10« Hartford building. W. H. Porterflold. manager of foreign advertising. She Was Murdered. Mrs. Joseph Kuntzmnn of New York oity killed herself because she had lost her fortune. When her husband, Joseph Kuntzman, who wns a law partner of former Secretary Root, died seven years ago. he left his widow more than i 600,000. By the advice of Wall street financiers Mrs. Kuntzman Invested her money ln eteel stocks, ship building securities and other Inflated stocks. She lost •very dollar and her handsome home besides. "I w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 18 March 1904

REVOLT RBSTTRRECTION BBBTBB XV TBTB BAIiKAJTS— BTTTjTABT MOST MOW ORAHT BBJFOBKB OB THERE WZLB BB TBOT/888. ' (Scrlpps News Association.) BELGRADE. March 18. —It ls re ported here that an Albanian insur rection is In progress between Ml trovltze and Ipe. The revolutionists are well supplied with arms. The Albanians threaten to precipitate a general uprising and declare tho In dependence of the country unless the ■ultan accedes to their demands. Which Includes the dismissal of all Christian officers and employes at ITs talk, relief from the payment of all taxes, no Turkish garrisons and am nesty for all Imprisoned Albanians, TO STTB TJP MORE TROUBLE. (Scripps News Association.) VIENNA. March 18.—It ls reported that the Macedonian leader. SarafofT, Bas left Geneva for Macedonia to •tlr up a revolt. INFERNAL MACHINE EXPLODES 0" (Scrlpps News Association.) LI EGO, March 18.—A dynamite in fernal machine was exploded outside the bPUSe of the commissioner of police today. .Seven men were i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 18 March 1904

- Leather Belts At 29c The latest fad in belts and in every wanted color. This stock is mixed in quality as well as style, worth from 5Cc to 75c, we throw them all in one box tomorrow and give you c%t\ your choice for one day at «■»■ ./C 4c for Staple Chech Apron Ginghams. Worth 7c and Be. Amosceag staple check apron ginghams, in pink, blue or brown checks- Sold this country over for 7c and Be. m Are sold here tomorrow in mill ends at OUR ANNUAL MILL END SALE Sale of SilKs and Dress Goods 65c for Guaranteed BlacK Taflata SilK, well worth 85c. Every yard has the word "guar anteed" woven on edge. It has a beautiful rich lustrous finish and most suitable for coats and drop skirts. 49c for 27-inch Natural Pongee, regular 75c quality. Often called "Cloth of Gold.'' Has a rich finish and is popularly used for m q coats and shirt waist suits. Tomorrow *§VC Short ends of 21-inch China Silks. 01« Our regular 35c quality, tomorrow, . . -wIC 54 inch Black Sicillian, rich silk finish, very popu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 19 March 1904

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents Per Month. nunon max* wn. LAST EDITION WIATHI rOBSCAST: OOOABIOBAX. BAZSTSi WZBSB. DEATH DISPUTES MAN'S CLAIM TO A FABULOUSLY RICH CALIFORNIA MINE LOfl ANORI.F.S, Cal., March 10.— The World Heater mine In the I'ana mlnt district In southern California, . whlidj hag tlie most remarkable his tory of any mine in tbe west, has passed Into the possession of George Montgomery of I.os Angeles, and be cause he proposes to operate It bis friends are looking upon him us a doomed man. The possession of this mine lias al ways been disputed by death. There is a mystery hanging over It which hnß given It a reputation among miners of being haunted property, The World Dealer is one of the earliest of mines In that district. The early comers into the district found a deep, dark bole In the earth In pos session of an aged prospector who was known to be taking out fabulous uniounts of gold, which he hid In some place unknown to any save him self. One day be wns foun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 19 March 1904

9 THe SpoKane Press Published Every Evening Except Sunday hy The Preas Publlshing Company. ■OBJPPB HBWS ABSOOIATIOB PBBBB bbbvice. One cent per copy, si* cents per week, tweoty-tive cents per month or f3 per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers wllL confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor Or tardy delivery to the office. •■616 Front avenue. Telephone Mala 375. Postofflce Boa 4. THe Official Paper of tHe People, Eastern office: 63 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: 106 Hartford building, W. H. Porterfleld, manager of foreign advertising. A Romance in Real Life. Want to read about a romance that might have come from the pages Of a modern novel, and did come out of real life? Consider yourself introduced to Lavona Cushman of Bay Shore, L t. She taught school and was very faithful. She was handsome, too, graceful and dignified, nnd people used to wonder why Lavona Cushman didn't get married. There were plenty of fellows dangling about. Wha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 19 March 1904

JAPANESE EMPIRE'S PHYSICAL DIVISIONS *OWWS, OTTOS Aim PBEEECT TJRES OK A LINE WITH TOWNS, CITIES, COUNTIES AHD STATES I XH TKB UNITED STATUS. TOKIO, March 10.—The .Taps call their country Dai Nihon or Dai Nip pon, meaning ({reater Japan. Dai 11 pronounced Di. Tlie name Nihori or Nippon is a corruption of the Chines Jih-pen, from which ,fa[>an was deriv ed. ,lih-pen means "Source of the Sun," and was applied to the islands by the Chinese because Japan lies east of China and they believeil the sun arose from the islands, t was from this That tbe name "Sunrise Kingdom" was derived. The imperial flag contains a bright sun on a white background. Japan lies between the same'parallels of latitude as the states of the Missis sippi valley and offers aa many varia tions in climate a« will be found from the Gulf of Mexico to North Dakota. The Kurtte islands, in Ihe sea of Ok hotsk, north of Hokkaido, are frigid fhd have practically no vegetation or ftniinal life. The opposite extreme is off...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 19 March 1904

4 LONDON HEARS STARTLING TALES OF RUSSIAN GRUELIY IN FAR LAST cruise* ■trxnr. jafabtbse passenger steamer a iter it had STRUCK ITS rLAO. LONDON, March IS).- Serious < har fre* of brutality are being brought against the Russians. tm February 12 a iclcgram from Hakodate brought news of the sinking of a Japanese steamer by the Russians. It wns stated that the little steamer had hauled down her flag, and passen gers nnd CTeW were 'tween decks, abso lutely without desire or the means for self -defense. The Russian cruisers surrounded their Victim, poured a broadside on the help less boat, and gave the coup de grace in tlie shape of a torpedo, which sunk the boat. She went down with all hands and the cruisers steamed oft. On land as well as on sea the bar barous Tartar element has been con spicuous, if the war specials are to be believed. The refugees landed by the steamer Jllios at Shanghai on Sunday told stor ies of Russian ferocity. Japanese in Port Arthur have been mishandled if no...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 21 March 1904

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-flve Cents Per Month. miraon math sra. LAST EDITION -I ' I I WEATIBI TOBBOA8T: FSOBABLT LIOHT BAIH OB SHOW. TO UNCLE SAM: Don't You Think That Your Rural Free Delivery Carriers Deserve Good Wages ? SIGNED MINERS AHD OPERATORS AGREE OH WAGE CONTRACT TOR TKB HBZT TWO YEARS. (Scrlpps News Association.) Indianapolis, March 11, — A mining contract In the central com petitive district covering wot king conditions of 177,0n0 miners for the next two years was signed by tbe operators and miners this morning .n accordance with the vote recently taken throughout the middle west. The contract Includes the B per cent reduction In wuges demanded by the operators. DIED OF OLD AGE 'Seripps News Association.) "SAJ>j FRANCISCOJ March 21.— Adam Grant, one of the best known merchants on the Pacilic const, a member of tbe wholesale dry goods firm of Murphy, Grant & Co., died this morning of old age. COOPER IN COMMAND (Seripps News Association.) WASIIINUTON, March 21.—Ad m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 21 March 1904

9 THe Spokane Press Published Kvery Bveplns: Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or IS nor year delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all caeee of poor or tardy delivery to the office. 01 • Proa. arenas. Telephone Waia STB. Postoffloe Box c. THe Official Paper of tHe People, Eastern oflloe: El Tribune building;. New Torfc City Chicago office: IS6 Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld, manager of foreign advertising. The Divorce Disgrace. It Is startling to find ourselves confronted with the fact in cold figures that there are 10,000 times as many divorces in this country as in Canada. Such Is the showing of statistics for the last SS years. It can not be said that any special conditions justify this vast difference. No sort of special or comparative examination will explain it. The Canadian people are not radically different in domestic customs and in te...

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