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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 1 April 1904

ORX.T A sTPCWTMsT. mm tt Km Proven of Interact and Tains to Thousands. Common sense would suggest that f fjne wishes to become fleshy and plump it can only result from the food we eat and digest and that food should be albuminous or flesh forming food, like eggs, beefsteak and cereals; in other words the kinds of food that make flesh are the foods which form the greater part of our daily bills of fare. But the trouble is that while we eat enough and generally too much, the stomach, from abuse and overwork, does not properly digest ami assimilate it, which is the reason so many peo ple remain thin nnd under weight; the digestive organs do not completely di gest the flesh forming beefsteak and eggs and similar wholesome food. There arc thousands of such who are really confirmed dyspeptics, although they may have no particular pain or inconvenience from their stomachs. If such poi-sons would lay their pre judices aside and make a regular prac tice of taking, after each meal one or two ...

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. — 1 April 1904

4 Sale Ends Saturday April 2, at 10 p.m. Bring This Paper With You MAIL ORDERS 1 PROMPTLY FILLED Choice 1009 yards Una domestic giagliams in pink, bine and red stripes, 38 inches wide; reg 15c quality, suitable fer ..jt dresses and aprons; sale prici J)v H(I Choice of 60 dozen Ladles' percale walata, in new fancy colors, aaads In the latest spring styles, all sixes, 33 a.. to 44; res;. 50o; ssle pries AOV Easter Sale of Clothing. Great sweeping sale In this department. Prices cut almost one half their actual value. A trial In this department will save you money. tfjl Q£ Choice one lot men's and youths' blue cheviot suits; *Jr*e7«J well made and ttntahed; all sizes; 16.00 values; sale price $1.95 £/4 *J/Z One lot men's all wool Scotch tweed suits in grey tp*are •*J etrlpes, round or square cut; $10.00 values; sale price $4.75 4jJ*J/ £ft Choice of shout 150 nuns' sample suits, In all the new tP • est 6tyles and patterns, sack or square cut; some are two-piece flannel suits; the very l...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents Per Month. nunon bkaxn an. LAST EDITION • WEATKSR FORECAST: TONIGHT CLOUDY, SUNDAY FAIR. RUSSIANS ARE TERROR STRICKEN Little Brown Men Have Magnets Which Draw Strength From Their Engines—Russian Of " fleers Try In Vain to Remove Superstition. (Scripps News Association.) ST. PETKRSBimQ, April 2.—The Siberian papers report a legend to the effect thnt the Japanese possess a magnet which they use In time of battle to draw the strength from their foes. This has profoundly impressed the Russian troops. The military au thorities, to Counteract this supersti tion, have called their soldiers from the ranks and had them hold a mag net to see If they felt any weakness. The soldiers are not convinced and say the Japanese magnets are dif ferent. INDICATES JAP SUCCESSES. (Scrlpps News Association.) SEOUL? April 2.—The Japanese have allowed the bullion pack train eh route from Ping Yang to Amscr for the American mining concession north of the Anju river to proce...

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

* The Spokane Press bite tied Kvry Kvenlnjjy Kxcept Bunday by The Press Publishing Company. scum rows abboctattjoh press service. " f\ ....... ' _i. ....... _ . .. . _ . One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-live cents per month or It per year, delivered hy carrier. No free copies. iSvbßcribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor or la* ay delivery to thp office. 616 Front avenue. Telephone Main 375. Postoßce Boa *. The Official Paper of tKe People, Eastern office: 68 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: lOt Jtartford building. W. H. Porterfleld, manager of foreign advertising. Anarchy in Colorado. The tales of horror that leak out through the strict press censorship of Colorado tell of anarchy that Is the worst conceivable—anarchy in which law is despised and dethroned hy the very officials sworn to uphold it. The governor of the state has become a dictator, the commander of the militia Is the leader of a mob. Union minors and their famil...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 2 April 1904

EASTER IN SPOKANE FLOWEBB, DBOORATXOBS, BEAU TIFUL MUSIC BT WILL DRILL ED CXOXXS ABB SPECIAL DIS COURSES TBE ORDER OF TBE BAT. Today all of the Christian churches In the city are busy decorating their houses of worship for tho Raster day services. Of all the days in the Christian year the one marking the close of Lent and the resurrection of the Christ Is the most elaborately celebrated. At the Catholic and Rpia- Copul .churches there will be early services In connection with tho regu lar Sunday services. The rules of both churches command that the Communicants receive the sacraments On Master Sunday. All of the churches In the city will be decorated In holiday attire. Flow ers and plants of every description Will bo used to make tlie churches look beautiful. Dr. Rasmus will preach his Initial Bcrmon at the First M. R. church and the music will be a feature. Special services have been arrang ed for most of the churches In the city. At the Bethel Presbyterian church a program will he...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 2 April 1904

4 PIPELETICS (By Jimmy Oalltna.) Special reports hy pipe line received today say that the tribe of Indians now training In tlie Jungles in the vi cinity of LeWMton, Idaho, arc gottiifg thirsty, owing to the torrid weather. They are all on the water wagon, too. Tliis is bad, bad. Hert McDonald will give the first of his boxing shows on Monday night in the armory hall on Washington Street. The Olympic club should make a big hit, as it fills a long felt enipt Iness. Billy Dainwann, he whom the gods favored with a southpaw, felt like shedding tears like a sprinkling wagon when he heard it was up to him to address a meeting of the fans at Lewiston. Poor boy! Harney Mullin ami Jack Reilly go 20 rounds nt Lewlston, Idaho, Mon day night. Two "tads." Bur-r-r! Wow! For the Stomach's Sake. Ikey Rockenneld is still holding out —that is, lie hasn't yet taken the pledge. Ikey, you know, will do spe cial solitaire stunts In the vicinity of the little garden around second base. Ralph Frnry hasn't p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 4 April 1904

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents Per Month. nunon max* sra. LAST EDITION WEATHER FORECAST: FROST TONIGHT. WARMER TUESDAY. JAPANESE PLAIN A BIG INVASION Russians Catch Spies who Have Data Showing That Japs Plan to Extend Operations as Far as Lake Baikal. (Scripps News Association.) PORT AKTHI'R, April 4.—Spies with maps und notes have been cap tured at several points in eastern Si beria. The data Is on the country extending in the direction of Lake Baikal, which leads to fhe belief that the Japanese are ambitious to extend an Invasion as far as the lake. CORRESPONDENTS HAVE MORE TROUBLE. (Scrlpps News Association.) ST. PKTKRSRCKU, April 4 — The lifting of the censorship on outgoing hal not relieved tlie situa tion much. True, telegrams arc per mitted to pass unread, hut copies of dispatches arc kept nnd read hy the censor, who lias on several occasions called Correspondents up for lectures. In the case of un Englishman who telegraphed to a London paper stories of BngHshmen helng i...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 4 April 1904

The SpoKane Press published Every Evening Racept Bunday by. The Preas Publishing Company. nomxrvw www* AaiioiATWsT rmß— ■bbyicb. One oent per copy, sis eenta per weak, twenty-five cents per month or * P*T rear, delivered ay carrier. No free eoplee. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all easee of poor er tardy delivery to the gee. eie neat mw Telephone Hata XTS. Foatoaoe Btm a. Th© Official Paper of tHe People, Eastern office: 13 Tribune building;. New York City! Chicago office: 10« Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld. managsr of foreign advertising. Written in the Contract. The vindication of the greatest body of organized labor In existence. It was written in the contract, which the mineworkers of America have •Igned. to cover a period of two years. It Includes a wage reduction. It is backed by the votes of the men who dig the coal, and that after their representatives in convention assembled had refused to make terms with the operators and voted in favor of a t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 4 April 1904

SPORTS I (lay Jlaassqr ItOSb.) ' The first real, legitimate "sport", to be seen in Spokane in many moons will be given at the Armory hall on (Washington street commencing at 8:30 o'clock, when Birt McDonald, the Salt Laker, will give the first show of the Olympic chib. McDonald has striven hard to make this thing a success, worked bard and spent money in its advancement. The result baa been to secure a bunch of youngsters who will give an excellent account of themselves to the kings of Fistmnia. It is a purely amateur show. Four-round bouts will be the limit. There are eight of these—32 rounds of fsst boxing—and more fun and laughter than can be crowded into the same apace at a professional match. A stage haa been erected in the center of the hall where the ring will be stretched. The balance of the hall is given to seats, and there will be accommodations for a large crowd. Later on additional accommodations will be arrauged. Beyward versus Borers. Sonic excellent Imuts -will be put...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 4 April 1904

4 DARING CRACKSMEN BLOW MORE SAFES Strong Box at Washington Pine Lumber Company's Offices Wrecked Last Night —Two Other Safes Were Blown Sunday Morning. Cracksmen at 11 o'clock lost night made their third rniil in '.'I hours on Btronk boxes ill Spokane. They broke into the offices of tbe Washington Pin* Lumber company, on Astor street near the Bpokane Kalis & Northern railroad, and wrecked the fate, but failed to secure any money. They vetc lightened away after blowing the safe. The door of the office waa opened by a skeleton key. and after considerable difficulty tbe combination of tbe safe was knocked off with an old ax. Nitro glycerine was poured into the hole anil was kept in place by surrounding it With soft soap. Tbe fuse was attached snd lighted and the safc-bloweis left the office and bid liehind the lumber piles to await tbe explosion. A deaf ening report followed, which wns beard by tbe night watchman, VY, A. Warner, who rushed to the scene, where be found the outer sh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 5 April 1904

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Art Unts Per Month. nunon maim its. LAST EDITION WEATHER FORECAST: WBDIBIDAT, SHOWERS. RUSSIANS LEAVE BEFORE ADVANCING JAPANESE ARRIVE But Few off Czar's Troops Are Left at Points on Lower Yalu. (Scrlpps News Association.) TOKIO, April 6.—Confirmation has hero of a report that the Japanese have entered Wijtl. Only small parties of Russians nre now on tho upper Yalu. EirOLIBKMEW EXPEIIED (Scrlpps News Association.) PORT ARTHUR, April B.—All Kngllsh workmen making repnlrs on battleship* have been expelled. TOUT ARTHUR'S ORATE DANCJBR (Scrlpps News Association.) IRKUTSK, April 6—A local news paper says Port Arthur is Imperilled hy the proximity of a Russian volun teer ship loaded with 250 torpedoes, each containing 240 pounds of the terrible explosive, pyroxline. The ship is anchored behind Elec tric Hill. The Japanese hnvo been Informed of the vessels situation nnd their gunners have been instructed to aim shells In that direction. VAT TRIBUTE TO WAR HERO. (Sc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 5 April 1904

« TKe SpoKane Press Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. SCBITPB BBWB AffBOOIATiOB PMW BBBTIOB. 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 er taidj delivery to ;he office. 616 Trent avenue. Telephone Main 375. Poetofflce Boa e> The Official Paper of tKe People, Eastern office: 53 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago omce. 10t Hartford building. W H. Portnrfleld. manager of foreign advertising^ Hanna's Pledge. Joe Mitchell Chapel, editor of the National Magazine, was one of the Intimates of the late Senator Hanna and tells some stories of the senator's life hitherto unpublished. The following is worth every Inch of space it occupies: "It was on his last Sunday that Senator Hanna related one of the most touching and tender incidents of his earlier years. He prefaced it by stating that he was past ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 5 April 1904

FROM UNIVERSITY TO STATE PENITENTIARY BOBMEB ■TTJBBVT AT STATU nrsTrruTXOH at Seattle is BOW A OOBinOTBB BUBOXJLB AT WILLI WALLA-UOOd- BTZED BT A rORHIB SCHOOL KATB. (Special to Press.) ■BATTLE, April 5. —From college classes to burglary was \ht> step taken by Alexander H. Gardner, for merly of the University of Washing ton, now a convict In Walla Walla. In G. N. Adams, who tried to rob Police Sergeant Mike Powers' house and waa captured by that officer, with a big revolver and slungshot In hla pockets, Garfield McGltnn, chief clerk at the state penitentiary, recognized a former schoolmate. McGHnn was booking the new convict at the time. Gardner was In the University of Washington last year and the year before. He waa best known as an athlete, end played on the second eleven of that Institution. He for eook text books and pigskin for a Jimmy and dark lantern last summer. Since then he has been a professional crook and haa done much work. Waa Thief at Heart. Gardner, the student, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 5 April 1904

NOT ALL HARMONY 1 Spokane county is almost certain to five a delegation to Mcßrlde, but how enthusiastic the support will be Is not so certain. The Mcßrhie sup porters want an early convention, April 23, in order that the effects on the rest of the state may be as in fluential as possible. They also claim the majority of the candidates for county offices want an early con vention. The Jones leaders of the county, A. 8. Crowder and Tostmaster M. T. Hartson, want a late convention and the railroad forces want a late con vention. The latter wish it In order that the effect on the rest of the state will be as small as possible when Spokane county declares for Mcßrlde. The Jones people In Spokane county are in the Mcßrlde camp at present, probably as a matter of expediency, but they do not like the idea of Charles P. Lund and Ma associates having more to say than they have, hence they are now considering the advisability of making an attempt to secure a later convention and of choosing s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 6 April 1904

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents Per Month. nuraon mjum tn. LAST EDITION wutna tobuboast: TarroaDAT, taxx, wabvmxb. BURNED TO DEATH Five Persons Killed and Another Fatally Burned In Boarding House Fire. i MOUNT VERNON, N. V., April 6.- -•Five person, were killed, one fatally burned, and three others seriously in jured in a fire that destroyed the Columbia hall, a three-story boarding house, at an early hour thin morning. The dead are Nathan Frey, a shoe dealer, and his three children and Bessie Deering. (i The origin of the fire is unknown. The whole building was ablar.e before the fire wns discovered nnd the sleeping occupants had but scant chance to escape. The bodies of those killed were burn ed to a crisp and were almost unrecog nizable. WAR? BULGARIA ANTICIPATES ART IN VASION BT THE SULTAN'S SOL * DIERS. (Scripps News Association.) SOFIA, April 6—The Bulgarian ministry has decided to further re inforce the guards on the frontier, believing that a Turkish invasion is Imminent...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 6 April 1904

s TKe Spokane Press PuMlshed Every Evening Etcept Sunday by The Press publishing Company. ■OBippa raws ajmociatxor press service. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or 13 per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poer or tardy delivery to the office. •16 Tront avsnne. Telephone Main 375. Postofflce Boa 4. The Official Paper of tKe People, Eastern office: BS Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: lOd Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld. manager of foreign advertising. Know Thyself. "I am well." Do you appreciate the force of that declaration? Suppose, on the contrary, you say, "I am sick." Keep on saying it. Be gin to believe it. You will end In your bed. Yes, there is something in Christian Science. There is something in The New Thought, or Suggestive Therapeutics. These systems contain the germ of a great truth—the influence of the mind over the body. More than that. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 6 April 1904

SUSPECTS 1 AWESTED One Man Is Charged With Stealing Hogs and Beef Erom Spokane Butchering Company - Turner Says He Didn't Steal. One burglary, one attempted bur glary, and the capture of a burglar and three suspects, is the outcome of one night's work in the police department. W. 1). Niekerson reported to the polire this morning that a tool box in WM "FilljgJ building on the corner of Htevens street and Front avenue, was broken into last night. The robbers obtained a brace and two nuil hammers. A report was 'phoned to the js>lice station this morning that burglars had attempted to enter a residence at 312 Howard street. In this case nothing Was obtained. The police made one round-up, how ever, and if sufficient testimony is offer ed at the trial it will go hard with the Captive, Charles Turner, who is book ed at tlie station on the charge of steal ing meat from the Spokane Butchering company. The robbery of tbe Spokane Butcher ing company's slaughter house took place Monday night...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 6 April 1904

LUTHERANS MEET TO SETTLE DIFFERENCES MTRTSTRRS MORS OORTRRRRCR XJT AR ATTRMPT TO RROfO RRARCKES OT TBB CRTJRCR TOORTHXR. DETROIT, Mich., April «.—Luth eran ministers of the I'nited States, representing nearly all the various synods of the church In America, began a general free conference In Detroit today and will remain In ses sion until the end of the week. The conference will discuss the various points of difference between the synodleal bodies and an attempt will be made to bring about a closer union and a more perfect harmony In the Lutheran church in the I'nited States. The principal synodieal bodies of the church are the general confer ence, the synodieal conference, the general synod and the so-called in dependents. These bodies represent between 50 and 60 separate synods, of which about 40 are represented at the present conference. Among themselves the synods have waged almost constant warfare on points of seemingly little importance, hut which have caused a great breach In...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 7 April 1904

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents Per Month. LAST EDITION WEITXII FORECAST: PAIR, WARMER PRIDAT. BOLD ROBBER MAKES A BRUTAL ATTACH ON DEFENSELESS WOMAN Mrs. Joe. Kelly, of 2402 East Third Street, Bound, Gagged and Choked Nearly to Death by Thug who Then Ransacked Her Home—He Failed to Find the $230 Which She Had Hidden in the House. Bound, gagged end clicked nearly to death waa the brutal treatment which Mrs. Joe Kelly, who lives nt BI4M Third avenue, Buffered this morning at the hands of a masked man, who visited her home shortly after H o'clock for the purpose of robbing her. The attempt nt robbery was one of the most sensational which ever occurred In the city and the victim, a bride of only a few months, narrowly escaped with her life. The robber, who was dressed as a laborer, came to the house on a bi cycle nnd left in the same manner. Me had evidently been watching the house since early in the morning, as he did not attempt to enter it until after Mrs. Kelly's husband had go...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 7 April 1904

• TKe Spokane Press fSiMUhed Every Evening Except Sunday t>y Ths Proem Publishing Company. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or 1$ per year delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases' Of pour *r tardy A«tlv»rv to th*. aIRm 010 Front arenas. Telephone BBsin 3TB. Tostomce Mom 4. TKe Official Paper of tKe People, Eastern office: 61 Tribune building. New Tork City. Chicago ofllce: 10$ Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld. manager of foreign advertising. Her $4,000 Dress. Pity the sorrows of the London aristocracy. Bani It aa of the Boer war it is compelled to economize. A large part of Its wealth is Invested in "Kaffirs." The war cut down the dividends because of a partial suspension of business. Since the war closed wages have been high and expenses heavy. Notable among the hardships suffered is this one: Last year one society woman paid $4000 for a fancy ball costume. This year (poor thing! ...

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