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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 26 March 1904

MBRIDE SPEAKS JONWHT Governor Henry Mcßride will ed itress the people of Spokane at the Au ditorioum this evening, commencing et 8 o'clock. liis supporters sre confident the theater will be crowded. He will be taken to the theater in a carriage la which will bo seated with him the following officers of the Roosevelt- Mc- Bride Hub: President J. A. Schiller and Vice Presidents C. M. Kassett, J. B. Litmsley and L. B. Nash. The In land Empire band will precede the car tiage from the Hotel Spokane to the theater. Woman Invited. The Mcßride club met last night •t the rooms of the municipal court in the basement of the city hall and ar ranged for the meeting. It was decid ed to have no parade. Presideat Schil ler will preside at the Auditorium. It is intended to have no speakers ex cept the governor. The club especially invited the ladies. Tlie executive committee of one man from each precinct was appointed last night by the president. > ' The following reception committee was appointe...

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. — 26 March 1904

i CIIY NEWS IN BRIEF W W. D. Fsrreft of Forsyth, Moa{., • is at the Sjiokarie. I -K. Ramclmeyer. n Ne'son. n. C. bus inessman, is at the Victoria. : H. <_'. Culver, a merchant at Sand point. Idaho, i» at the Grand. Thomas 8. Hlytli. a large cattle owner of Knplirnts. is at the Spokane. J. M. Bonds cf t'i>eur d'Alene. prom-- inent in business circles, is in the city today. Prod Mnydeld. advance representa tive of Ward's Minstrels, is st the Victoria. Mrs. Joe Xordrrni nnd Miss Cene "vieve (Jervey. of (Iranitc. Idaho, are at the Victoria. D. K. Cress of Ros-dand, B. C, is in the city, Mr. (Ycss is interested in the mining business. S. N, Chase of Hope. Idaho, died nt the Sacred Heart hospital yesterday. He is a dealer in liquors. K. R. Marvin, press agent for the state for the St. l/iuis world's fair, is in the city, stopping nt the Grand, Rose Coghlan will appear at the S|ic.kane theater Tuesday. March 29. in the presentation of "The (Creates Thing in the World." Ixiui.s Lyon, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 28 March 1904

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents Per Month. LAST EDITION JAPS CLAIM TO HAVE BOTTLED UP RUSSIANS AT PORT ARTHUR Two Stories of Yesterday's Fight—Russian Dis patches Tell of Heroic Work of one Torpedo Boat and Make Claim That Channel Is Clear TOKIO, March 28. —According to Japanese accounts Admiral Togo was successful In the attempt to bottle the Port Arthur harbor Sunday. Four steamships were sunk across the mouth of the harbor. Later In the day the Japanese battleships begun a bombardment. THE FIGHT DESCRIBED X* RUSSIAN DISPATCHES. (Scrlpps News Association.) ST. PETERSBURG, March 28.—Of ficial dispatches tell of nn unsuccess ful attempt Sunday morning to bottle the harbor. The reports state thnt at 1 o'clock In the morning four merchant ships, under protection of a Jupunese tor pedo boat flotilla, were discovered by the Russian searchlights. Fire wns opened upon the attacking force by the shore batteries. The torpedo boat Stllnl, commanded by Lieutenant Krinzkl, turned the merch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 28 March 1904

3 The SpoKane Press Published^Every Evening Except Sunday by The Proas Publishing Company. SCREWS HEWS ASSOCIATION PRESS SERVICE. One cent por copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or f;i per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor or tardy delivery to tho office. 616 Frtmt avenue. Telephone Main 375. Pcetofflce Boa 4. The Official Paper of the People, Eastern office; 53 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: 106 Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld, manager of_J,orejgn advertising. Theßace Problem. In the sparsely-settled south, where the blacks outnumber the whites and nre Ignorant, indolent and vicious, tho "negro problem" Is a verity. The whites are forced, In very desperation, to take extremest measures sometimes to keep the blacks In subjection. Safety of women, of life and of political institutions and preservation of civilisation and order demand the iron hand. The north kno...

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

THE MORMON CHURCH HAS THE MOST PERFECT ORGANIZATION IN THE WORLD t, —The Interior of the great Mor mon temple at Salt Lake City. 2.—The exterior. JULIUS C. lU'RHOWS. Chairman of tho Benatorial Investi gating Committee, BAI.T LAKES, March 18.—Tho Mor mon phurch Is stronger today than it ever was. If •it wore not. President Joseph Smith would never havo dared to state openly that he was practicing polygamy in defiance of state nnd national laws. No church in the world is growing so fast. Its missionaries are to he found In svery community in the United States missions have been established tn nearly every foreign country. All sorts and conditions of men are WISE MR. WILLIAMS BASEBALL MAQNATB IS SAID TO MATE 8088 A LITTLE FOXY STUNT IB TKB 810 TALK OF BSAUTITUL NEW GROUNDS. (By Jimmy Collins.) What was the object Of Manager Reilly nnd President Williams In making such large tulks about tho new hall park anil then when It be came so raw that a new grandstand •nil grounds could not possi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 28 March 1904

« WEALTHY LUMBERMAN WILL i WED PRETTY CHORUS GIRL I THOMAS HATS PICKS TOM. HIS BRIBE MOSS JOSEPHINE MAX- J WO3KI Or THE COEUB D'ALUNE THE A TEH—THE WOOING WAS PAST AHD rUBIOUS. After a courtship that has caused the men around town to hold their breaths. Thomas Hays of St. Mary s. Jdaho, who is said to be worth close to a million dollars, will wed Miss Josephine Mnkowskl, until yesterday a chorus girl at the Coeur d'Alene theater, at her home in San Francisco immediately after Easter. He became aoqUalnted with his bride-to-be about a month ago and since then his woo ing has been fast and furious. Cham pagne suppets, automobile rides and diamonds heralded the approach of Hays to the heart of the chorus girl. Miss Makwowski is a beautiful blonde and since she came to Spokane last November a score of young men Lave offered her homage. Though but a mere chorus girl earning a small weekly stipend, jewels and silks were showered upon her by admirers. Un til tbe arrival of Hays she was stri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 March 1904

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-live Cents Per Month. TELEPHONE MAIN BTS. LAST EDITION WEATHER FORECAST: WEDNESDAY, FAIR. MAYOR FAILED TO PROVE HIS CASE Board of Police Commissioners De clare that Charges of Bribery Pre ferred Against Detective Burns Were Not Substantiated By Evidence — yTom Smith and Boyd Receive Some Hot Shots. "Officer Martin Burns was charged with having accepted a bribe of $10 from I.ou Must on th* 17th day of March, the money being given said Hunt by Ack Arbnckl* for the pur pose of securing protection for said Arbuckle. "Upon hearing the evidence In the above case the board of polio* com missioners find that th* charges arc not sustained." Within 20 minutes nftcr the DeteV tlve Burn's hiarlng this morning on tbe charges made and sworn to by Mayor Boyd, the board of police commissioners rendered the above decision, and the hearlg was hardly over before Aek At buckle, tbe piose cuting witness against Burns, had been arrested nnd locked up at the police station on the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 March 1904

3 THe Spokane Press Published Every Evening Excppt Sunday by Thr> Publishing Company. ' " • >nanrs stw; swsnrrrATiOß pre as service. ung cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or tt 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 ofiice 616 Front avenue. Telephone Main 375. Postofflce Boa 4. The Official Paper of the People, Eastern office: BS Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: H)jS_Hartford building, W. H. Portertleld. manager of foreign advertising^ Traditional Friendship. The "traditional friendship" which Russia complains this country has violated In giving sympathies to Japan seems to be a mere figment of Russian Imagination. True, the two countries have always been on friendly terms, but It has been because their interests have chanced always to coincide, never to clash, and not because there has been, or can be, any real depth of feeling...

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

IS WILD MAN SURVIVAL OF ANDREE PARTY? •TBANOE BBXEO CAPTURED T* WXUDS OB ALASKA — BOMB BTEWS ADVANCES TKB TECOBT Hit MB XS AH ESCAPES BO UTICAL IXILE FROM SIBERIA. r BRATTLE, March 29.-(Special from I)awaon, March 15.)— Theory and con jecture have been set throbbing at (Nome by the capture there of a wild man of barbarous appearance, totally unable- or unwilling to give an account of himself. He ie commonly believed to be an escaped Russian exile from Siberia; the suggestion is made that he tnay be a survivor of the Andre party, and one cngenious dreamer thinks the itarnger may be the Wandering Jew. The man had been in custody but a few days when the last advices received liero from Nome left that place, lie \'as a strange, wieiil erealnre, with WMrd and hair to his waist, and nails long and twisted. He leaped like a wild animal and talked nothing intelligible. The Nome out the Suggestion that the man may be a sur vivor of the Andre party. The Nome News deals with the probability of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 March 1904

I STRANGERS LOOK EOS BUTTERCUPS CJOLONTSTS SURPRISED TO FZBD STORMY WEATBSB IB SPO KANE. BUT FIBB XT MUCH BET TER THAB MOBTABA ABB DA KOTA. Several colonists and Immigrants have arrived in tbe city and all ex press the greatest surprise nt the weather. They bad had visions of a perpetual sunshine; dry atmosphere nnd gentle breezes, but the cold rains of today went through them and romewhat dampened their spirits. The weather, however. Is so far ahead of what was experienced when the trains were tied up by the snow blockades In tbe Dakotas that, raining as it is, they appreciate the difference. Edward Dine, a rather prosperous appearing immigrant, came In on the Northern Pacific this morning with bis family and a great impedimenta of luggage and during the trip down to the business section of the city sa id: East Overcrowded. "There arc three things that drive people of the east to seek the west — the congested condition of civilization in the city, the spirit of 'get ahead' characte...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents Per Month. LAST EDITION WBATHEB FOBBOAST: BAXB, WABMBB TOMOBBOW. YESTERDAY S FIGHT WAS BUT A SMALL SKIRMISH Ruffian Warship Disabled In Collision In Inner Harbor at Port Arthur—Japanese Steamer Sunk—America Roasted In St. Petersburg Paper. XT WAS SHALL TIGHT. (Bcrlpps News Association.) fcVtONDON, March 30.—The Japanese legation ha» Issued the following ac count of the Russian repulse at Chong Ju March 28: '"A portion of our cavalry and In fantry occupy Phong Ju, after de feating the enemy in Canton streets. Chong JU. Ths enemy numbered 600 and retreated In the direction of Wlju. Our casualties were Lieuten ant Kanoa and four others killed; Captain Kuronkav/a and 12 others wounded. There were no casualties among the infantry. Tbe ene\uy must have sustained equal casualties. JAM LAND OBBAT ABMT IB KOREA. (Scrlpps News Association.) ROME, March 30. —A Seoul dis patch stutcs that the Japanese are de termined to attempt to land ut New ehwnng; thnt 45 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 30 March 1904

9 THe Spohane Press Published Every Evening Except Bunday by_The_ Press Publishing Company. SCRIPT'S WBWS ASSOCT6.TIOB BBBSS SBBVIOE. One cet.t per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or |3 per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Suhscrlliers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor or tardy delivery to the office. 616 Froat aTeaua. Telephone Main 375. Boitofflce Bom 4. The Official Paper of the People, Eastern office:"63 Tribune building. Now Tork City. "Chicago office: 10(1 Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld, manager of foreign advertising. Society and a Prize Fight. How those words, "society woman," are being overworked! Tbe latest is a wordy wail in an lowa paper because Toe. of the "lead ing lOCltt} women" of Burlington witnessed a prize tight between Professor Jackson of Dcs Moines and a Burlington pug. Tbe ladles are alleged to have been delighted with the sport, to have cheered and shouted. Don't you believe it. They were not so...

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

ALL FOR BENEFIT OF OWNERS OF THE BIG BRICK BLOCKS MS. WEYMOUTH WAISTS WATS at METERS INSTALLED UT ETEBT HOME TO MEASURE EACH QUART OF WATER CONSUMED. Tf the scheme of Commissioner Wey mouth, superiotendent of the water Works, is tarried out, water meters will be installed in every home in Spokane at the expense of the owners of the lawns and homes and for the ben^ , 't of owners of downtown busi ness blocks. Mr. Weymouth hag had this idea for years but hns been able to find few other city officials who favor measuring the water which the people drink, measuring the amount the housewife uses in washing the dishes, the amount the mother takes when she washes the baby, or the amount the servant uses when she scrubs the kitchen tloor, and charging man of the house accordingly. If Mr. Weymouth has bis way, the quarrelsome husband instead of finding fault with the amount of coal which is burned, or the grocery bill, will have something new of which to complain. And the frugal housewife wi...

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

4 SUFFERING HUSBAND WRITES OF SEASON S MILLINERY CREATIONS f ~ "Oh, John, the sun, the nsr cried many a wife as she glanced out of the window this morning. "Well, what of It?" asks John. "Now, dearest, we just simply can't pay the grocer this month. I must have n new bat for Faster. My old hat Is a sight. Why even Mrs Bings, the janitor's wife, across ibe street, has a new hat." Many a John is In trouble this week. Ktister, the happiest season in the Christian year, has little joy for him. "John, dearest"—they always say dearest when it is hats—"l saw tbe ewellest hat in one of the windows down town. It is one of these new flatlron hats. It's a dream. All trimmed with chiffon and tbe daint iest little—" "How much?" Interrupts John. "There you go again. You don't care what kind of a hat It Is. I don't believe you care how I look. How much? Well, it is cheap, awfully- Cheap—only $18."5." In spite of the objections of John Is a brisk sale of Easter hats this season. Coming early as Eas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 31 March 1904

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents Per Month. LAST EDITION WEATHER FORECAST: FAIR, WARMER FRED AT. SIX GIRLS KILLED IN A TERRIFIC EXPLOSION RUSSIANS WERE IN A HURRY TO GET AWAY Czar's Troops Left Chong Ju Without Waiting to Take Their Rifles or Sabers. (Scrlpps News Association.) LONDON, March 31.—The Central News' correspondent telegraphs that Seoul advices state thnt lieneral Mis chenka, the Hussian commander in the Chong Ju titfht, narrowly escaped CSPturS by ths Japanese. Tlie Rus sians left many satires and lilies be hind in their flight. SMALLPOX RAGING. (Scrlpps News Association.) LONDON, March 31. —The Eastern Gazette reports an increase in tlie smallpox epidemic in the province of Irkutsk. Thirty per cent of the pop ulation of ttie town of Matchal is in fected. JAPS BUT SALMON AT BRATTLE. (Scripps News Association.) ■BATTLE, March 31.—Two hun dred and sixty thousand cases of pink salmon have been purchased In Se attle for the Japanese government during the past 40 days. AS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 31 March 1904

t TKe Spokane Press Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press publishing Compsny. nanzm wwi associattom pmw service. One cent per copy, six cents par week, twenty-five cents per month or $1 per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting sit cases of poor or taiov delivery to the ofllce. 616 Front avenue. Telephone Main 375. Fcstofflce Beat *. The Official Paper of the People, Eastern office: S3 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: 106 Hartford building. W. H. Portorflold. manager of foretgn advertising. The "Passive Resisters." A struggle of unusual Interest to Americans is going on In England. It is indeed a repetition, in a passive way, of the struggle of our forefathers against the injustice of the administration of George Ut, More than 100,000 English citizens are leagued together In resisting the payment of school taxes which the government has levied. In essence, the movement is a revolution. The money...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 31 March 1904

WILL ESTABLISH NEGRO COLONY IN WASINGTON ■■ATTTiE MAJT IS AB&AJrOINO rou a mxa inxuxin or OOX.OBED rMTMIOmAVTB nox tmb STjirmr south nr euox- XTAT OOUWTT. The Seattle Pout-Intelligencer of Tuesday prints the following account of tlie establishment of a negro col ony In Klickitat county: An Afro- American colony in the stato of Washington that will In time number 60,000 or 60,000 souls Is tho dream of Samttftl Burdette, of this city. It Is not altogether a dream, either, for the first settlers have already taken Up their land in the eastern part of Klickitat county, where It Is proposed to locote the colony. Here, if Mr. Burdette's scheme goes through, some seven townships will eventually he occupied by colored farmers. A town jKjJJJjehullt, but the community will Wm ily an agricultural one, and tHßSßsWiahltants will depend principal ly on the fertility of the soil for their prosperity. The scheme has been a pet one of Mr. Burdette for years. In explaining Ills project yesterday,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 31 March 1904

« EMPEROR FRANZ JOSEF WASH FEET OF TWELVE BEGGARS THI CUSTOM MAST CENTURIES OLD. BUT IT'S OSTX.T A BI.UFF, T OB TBS BEOOABS HAVE BEEN BATHED ABD SCENTED IN ADVANCE. VIENNA, Mar. h Sl—Emperor Fran* ■Toscf today in accordance with a time lw.norcd custom of the emperors of the hou«e of Hapsburg washed the feet of 12 beggars. Twelve aged paupers were selected from the almshouses of Vienna and, according to the custom which dates back for centuries, their aggre gate age was more than 1000 years. The process of humiliation to which the emperor submitted himestlf was conducted in one of the large halls of the palace in Vienna in the presence of the archdukes and archduchesses of EIGHT YEARS FOR THEFT OF A TYPEWRITER ZB SECOND OrPENSE OF WILLIAM BOTCH ABB JUDGE XEBBAB THINKS ACCUSED HAS BOT PROFITED BT POBMEB EX PERIENCES ABD THE LENI ENCY THEN SHOWN HIM. "It is tlie sentence of this court that you be imprisoned in the state penitentiary at Walla Walla at hard labor for a period of eight ye...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-live Cents Per Month, nunon max* am LAST EDITION WEATHER FORECAST: FAIR, WASHES TOHIOKT. MILITARY THREATENS CIVIL OFFIGIALS IN COLORADO General Bell Saye He Will Send Troops to Den ver to Take Union Man From Police. (Scrlpps News Association.) DENVER, April L—General Bell, WhcT"is now commanding the state troops at Telluride, this morning telephoned Chief of Pol Ire Armstrong to have a detail of detectives watch every movement of Secretary-treas urer Heywood of the Western Federa tion of Miners, who Is under arrest here on a warrant issued by a local court charging him with the desecra tion of the American flag. General Bell Insisted that he be re turned to Telluride, no matter how many local warrants had been issued, snd he said when the time came a sufficient number of soldiers would be sent from the camp to arrest him or that the Denver troops would be called out to take him. President Mercer last night was re moved from the bullpen In the Red men's build...

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

t TKe Spohane Press Piabllahed Every Evening Bxo.pt Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. BCSUPPB BTErWS ABBOOXATTOB' PBJBB SBEtTICB. cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or *• r"sr. delivered by carrier. No free copies. _ - Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor »r tardy delivery to the office. •It front av.au.. Telephone Mala STB. Postofflce Boa 4. The Official Paper of the People, Eastern office: BJ Tribune building.' New York City. Chicago office: 308 Hartford building. W. H. Portcrfield. manager of foreign advertising. A Gentleman Burglar. "The gentleman burglar" is the distinguishing title the New York papers Save given to a young person of masculine gender who, with abundance of wealth and with high social position, has turned burglar for the sake of the relief from the weariness of having nothing honest to do. It is a peculiar title, strangely placed. "Qentleman burglar" Is a para doxical phrase that can have no pr...

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