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

DR. WASHINGTON GLADDEN WRITES ON THE CIVIL WAR IN COLORADO Moyer. the Miners' President, Thrown Into the Dull Pen by the Military, on a Ridiculous Charge of Anarchy-Plot to Destroy the Union. 88. GLADDEN SIX CUBES A COPT OF TBI STATEMENTS WHICH XT XS ALLEGED CONSTITUTED A DESECRATION OT TBE FLAG —THE BE HAS BBXB VIOLENCE DURING THE BTBXXB — THE UNION UNABLE TO CONTBOL CRIMINAL MXMBEBS. By Br. Washington Gladden, Special Commissioner of the B. B. A. at the Seat of the Colorado War. (Copyright, 1904, by tho Newspaper Enterprise Association.) I have spent three long and busy days In Colorado City and Denver en deavoring to get some clear Impres sion of tbe real condition of things In the Colorado mining camps, I have sought. In my three days' ■tudy on the ground, to get Impres sions and points of view, and 1 have conversed with many people—busi ness men, professional men, repre sentatives of the Citizens' alliance, labor leaders, wnrklngmen of vari ous callings. Needless to say that ma...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 19 April 1904

4 STRANGERS IN STRANGE LAND Weeping Wife and Children Wait in Vain at Northern Pacific Depot for the Ap pearance of Husband and Father. fjp .'.I the Northern Pacific depot *its a httle woman, tobbibg licr heart amy, while two little children i>lll > aronnd her, sadly silent and unable to appreciate her sorrow. From mid night last night all through the early bourn o| tlie morning the little woman sat there with tears Streaming down her tired [ace. Every time the bid station door opens her face lights Up temporarily, but, when she realir.es tha; the one she is longing fur has not comi to meet her. her dull, blank despaii Settles again over her countenance.. Andrew Pietrzak was to meet his wife on the train which came in from the east at midnight. Mrs. Pietrzak anil her two little children had come from New York to make their home in Spokane with husband and father. When she pot off the train the htil" Woman gaged anxiously at the sea of faces around her. but there was no one the...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 20 April 1904

LAST EMU WEATHER FORECAST: FAIR, WARMER. JAPANESE LANDING TROOPS AT NEW CHWANG Move Is Considered Most Significant of Land' ~ Campaign Up to Date—No Official Confirma tion of Alexelff's Resignation. (Seripps News Association.) JjONDON, April 20.—The Central News' correspondent nt St. Peters burg wires that a report Is current at the Russian capital that the Japanese have landed In force near Now Cbwang. MOTIKEHT KHAR'S MUCH. (Seripps News Association.) LONDON, April 20.—The New Chwang report of the landing of Jap anese troops there Is believed to be the most Important event thus far in the campaign. New Chwang Is being fortified strongly by the Russians. Should the port fall Into Japanese hands It will ho of immense advan tage to the latter on account of Its harbor facilities and approach to In land cities. SUBMARINE BOAT DID IT. (Scrlpps News Association.) PARIS, April 20.—A nationalist politician claims authority for the statement that the Petropavlosk was sunk by a Japanese subma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 20 April 1904

f The Spohane Press rV.bllshed Every Evening Except Sntvlsy byJThe Press Publishing Company. mcuirrm stwi assjocxattow gmsss sbbtio*. One rent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-live cents par month or II 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. _ __ 816 Front avenue. Telephone Main 375. PoetoSce Bos 4. TKe Official Paper of tKe People, Eastern office: 53 Tribune building;, New York City. Chicago office: lot Hartford building. W, H. Portcrfield, manager of foreign advertising. Pop-Gun Brigands. Criminals In embryo at Seattle: Two small boys, both under 10 years of age, waylaid another boy aged 7, held him up with popguns and robbed him of 6 cents worth of candy which he had just bought at a corner grocery store and a copper penny. Both the Juvenile highwaymen wore crudo masks cut from black cloth, and they gave the command for tholr victim to throw up his hands In the mo...

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

CANAL PROJECT FEASIBLE Imnmm STATES COMMISSIONER SATS COMMISSION IB WELL SATISFIED WITH ITS INVESTI GATION ON TKE ISTHMUS. (Scrlpps News Association.) NE W YORK, April 20.—United States Canal Commissioner Parsons Arrived from Colon today. He said that after hia arrival on April 4 ths canal commission examined Colon and then proceeded to Panama, where the members were presented to the prest -" dent of the new republic. The In spection of work already done was then commenced. The commission ex amined tbe celebrated Emperador and Culebra cuts and traversed the Chagres river for some miles In a ■tudx, of the construction necessary to control this stream. The net result. In his opinion. Is that the construction of the canal Is perfectly feasible. It was too early to speak of the de tails of the plans, be said. Although tho weather was warm, It was not so disagreeable as the extreme summer heat In New York and Washington. While the present death rate Is con siderably higher than It should...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 20 April 1904

4 An Hour in the Garden For the benefit of those who may be so familiar with the older varie ties of gulden flowers, that they may desire to grow something newer. I t-linll devortc this paper to brief men tion of the recent acquisition! in the floral world. Nicotians is not a new flower, but it is not ns well known ns it ought to be. it is leally a member of the ti bacco family. Its flowers arc pure white, trumpet-shaped, and very fra grant, Tliey open at niglit, and con tinue through the forenoon of the fol lowing day. When grown in masses, it is yen pleasing. Its culture is of th: simplest. The Marguerite carnation is to the garden what the carnation of our city flora] markets is to the green-house. ll is not as large as the green house varieties, and perhaps not quite as dou ble, but it is as tine in form and color, and generally as fragrant. One great merit of this strain is its late flower ing habit. Indeed, the onl" fault to find with it is that it i* too late to be very satis...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 21 April 1904

LAST [DUN WEATHER FORECAST: SKOWEBSL "I AIN'T GOING TO TAKE ANY ACTION RIGHT NOW!" Mayor Boyd Has Remarkable Views 1 on Morals and Official Conduct— He Says He Is Going to Take His "Own Time About It. Mark the man. Study his features, for this man has a most remarkable sense of mor ality. He is Frank 1.. Boyd, mayor of Bpoka ne. In an interview 'yesterday he said lie could not discern how the city council could see any cause for the revocation of tlie license of an em ployment agent who had tried to put n young girl In a house of shame If, perchance, thnt young girl left the employment agent anything like an opening for the Infamous offer. This man has been set foremost of all men In Spoknne by his follow men, yet according to his reasoning he would hold nothing against that man who as an employment agent would hurl to the depths of degrada tion bis (the mayor's) own daughter or sister, If perchance be had one, who wus at that turning point In her life which comes to so many girls, ...

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

The Spokane Press SY.hllNhed Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. One cent per copy nix rents per week, twvnty-flve 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. •lib Frost ■Ttnm. Telephone Main 375. Poetoffloe Bob 4. TKe Official Paper of tHe People, Eastern office: 63 Tribune building. New York'cfty. Chicago office: 10« Hartford bulldlng. W. H. Porterfleld. managST of ?.orelgn advertislnjfc. The Cossack of the Seas. When the big battleship Petropavlovsk turned turtle and went down in light of Port Arthur it carried with it one man worth to the Russian navy more than half a dozen battleships—Admiral Makaroff. This gallant Russian commander had well earned his titles as "Cossack sf the Seas" and "Dewey of the Russian Navy." He won high honors under Skobeloff In the Turkestan campaign, but his great reputation was made as a sea fight...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 21 April 1904

TERRORIZING METHODS OF FRIENDS OF LAW AND ORDER" IN COLORADO Washington Gladden Investigates Outrageous Acts of the Military and Cltzens' Alliance In the Mining Districts. Ha STBINB XX. L-ADVISED AND THE aXXNERS KAVB DEEPLY BVBD TBB BLUNDER Or HOT BEADED LEADERS—THE SUS PENSION OF TBB HABEAS COR PUS A TREMENDOUS B TBE TOR INO OP PREROGATIVE—ACTS OT VIOLENCE ALL DOBB SINCE TKB ARRIVAL OP THE MILITIA. By Dr. Washington Gladden, Special Commissioner of the Bswspaper Bntorprlse Association at the Beat of ths Labor War la Colorado. (Copyright, 1904, by Newspaper En- terprlso Association.) The phase of the trouble In tbe Col orado mining camps now most hotly debated and likely to have tho most Interest for executive and judicial of ficers In the future Is that which concerns the use of tho military In preserving order. It Is usual In most of the states. Indeed, tho governor's executive OOVUBNOR J. 11. PEABOOY. ADJT. GEN. BHKRMAN M. BELLy It mny bo the law In All ot them, that troops aro n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 21 April 1904

IT IS ALL A HUGE JOKE Railroad Magnates Have a Big Laugh Over Their Squabble for the Northern Pacific Railroad. iSeripps News Association.) HOBOKBN, N J., April tl —The Special meeting of the stockholders of the Northern Securities c ttnpany called to vot>- tlie proposed re luct ion of stock by !'!> per cent nnd to dir.- ttiliute assets on the pro rata basis met nt 11 o'clock this morning. The first sensation of the mietitig wns the filing of a protest by the Oregon Short Line and the Union Pacific interests. They served notice that tlie Northern Securities com pany was Simply custodian of the Capital stock of the Northern Pacific, delivered by Harriman and Pierce to the Northern Securities company in ISOI, consisting ol 37."00,000 common, 41.000.000 preferred and the common Stock Into which the said preferred bnd heen converted which belonged to the Oregon Short Line. The protestanta claim that they are entitled to a return t" them of the certificates for the raid stock upon ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 April 1904

LAST Mil WIATHI rOBBOAIT: SATT7BDA T, FAXX. WAJUCBB. HANGMAN'S DAY IN THE EAST AND WEST Pete Neidermier Dies an Infidel—Says That Thousands of Boys in Chicago Are Growing Up in Slums as He Did, Without any Moral Advice CHICAGO, April 22.-The grewsomc eight of a man writhing ami twisting in apparent Hgony for full six minutes at the and of a hangman's rope, an atheist's dying statement of a wish that lie could believe in nn eternity and n (iod, his summing up of a misspent life, his urraignment of the churches, and his appeal for the slum-reared boy, with his little chance nnd small hope of being a good man, nil marked the execution today of three of the Carbarn murderers, Neidennier, Mnrx and Van Dine. One died condemning the world, its people and its institutions, while the others met death in prayer nnd a be lief in a Uod and a reunion in eter- nity. Neidermier was tlie hrst to ho hang ed. The drop fell nt 11:88; His limp body wriggled nnd twisted (or fullj six minutes before he w...

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

9 TKe Spohane Press Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. SORtPPS WBWB ASSOCIATION PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or |i per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor er tsrdv delivery to the office. 616 Front avenue. Telephone Main 375. Pcstofllce Bos 4. TKe Official Paper of tKe People, Eastern office: 53 Tribune building. New York City. Chlrago office: •ft< H-rtfnrd building. W If. Porterfield. manager of Jorolgn advertising. Is She a Woman? The realistic in art has advanced to the stage of cruelty. In order that she may get photographs of the face of a man In the greatest agony for reproduction in a realistic picture, Mrs. Josephine De Voir of Morristown, N. J., has been looking for a man who will consent to have his hand mutilated While the camera acts. She has found a poor devil who Is so hard up that the big price offe...

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

90MI DUILDS RRHITS IW TWO-THIRDS OT A -MONTH AMOUNT TO TWO THIRDS OF A MXX.X.XOIT DOL LAR?. Spokane building permit! for April, even before the month la past, have reached the enormous figures of $f>S3,- --110. This surpasses nny month In the year by over $2011,000. Over 150 per mits were Issued by tho board of public works. In the month of March about the Same number were Issued, but the aggregate In dollars wns far below the present month. Tho largest per mit for the month was Issued to tho Gonr.aga college. Tho permit was Issued for an addition to the college and called for an expenditure of 1250.1100. Eleven permits were is- Biied for building! for $10,000 or Over. Many of the proposed buildings nre large Hats. One of these, on the cor ner of Riverside avenue and Sprague avenue culls for $70,000. This apart ment house It Is said will be one of the finest west of Chicago. Several permits were issued for Warehouses along the Northern Pacific tracks, and a few were for downtown ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 April 1904

4 shippcps SO BOMS OP THE WHOLESALERS VIOLATE THEIR AGREEMENT TO ROUTE FREIGHT OITLT OVER TI O. E. k I. SYSTEM? Representatives of the railroads are again actively urging the local Shippers' committee to consent to a COlifi ri nee on freight rates at Chica go. The? claim that c number of the local people are willing to confer and are strenuously arguing the matter with those whom they deem stub born. They look upon President Schiller of the shippers' association and Manager Qoodall ns the most dif ficult to budge. These two gentle men positively oppose the Chicago scheme. A meeting of the shippers' com mittee may be called for this after noon to consider what the railroad people now have to say. There have been many railroad officials of both the merger roads in the city during the prist two days and the situation has been canvassed anew. The feat ure of the Chicago conference which seems most to disturb the shippers is the suspension of the boycott pend ing the conference. Making C...

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

LAST H WEATXEB rOMOABT: FAZB, WIUII. THE PRESS IS SUED FOR BIG DAMAGES 9 Proprietors of the Owl Employment Agency Want $11,000 from the PRESS Publishing Company for the Publication in the Spokane Press of Sara Serl's Experiences at the Owl Agency Ott Claims That the Report Is Untrue and That He and His Wi c Have Been Damaged. George Ott and Mathilda P. Ott today served a notice on The Press Publishing company of a suit for f 11,000 damages. The suit Is brought on account of the article which ap peared ln The Press under the date of April 12. The article was bended "Ott Was Afraid to Accept the Or der." The article was one of the many which appeared In The Press during the expose of the traffic in the souls of young girls. Ott alleges that the words of the article were malicious, libellous, de famatory and false. He quotes al most all of the entire article In one place or another In his complaint. He asks $10,000 damages for the great shame, humiliation and sense of dis grace and Inf...

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

9 THe Spokane Press t*t>bHSSed Mvsry BfrrsnlSSt Xfttcspt BliniST by The Press Publishing Company. SSSSE* »»Wi ASBOOXATIOB PMII BEBTIOB. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-flve cents per month or IS per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor er tatdy delivery to the office. 616 Front avenue. Telephone Main 375. PostoMcs Boa 4. The Official Paper of the People, Eastern office: 53 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office? 19t Hartford building, W. H. Forterfleld, manager of foreign advertising. A Story of Real Life. Aged arnl Impoverished, burdened by a debt on their furniture which a mortgage fiend had almost stolen, John B. Altman and wife of St. Louis turned on the gas In their bedroom and laid down together to sleep the sleep that knows no waking. There was only a shovel full of fine coal dust in tho house. In the kitcrrcn cupboard were two apples and a half and part of a loaf of bread...

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

COLORADO MINE OPERATORS HAVE THEMSELVES TO BLAME SB. WASHINGTON QX.ADDr.BT DXB- 1 COVERS TRAT THE OWNERS IMPORTED A DEGRADED AND VIOLENT CLASS OP WORKMEN. WHO FINALLY GAINED CON TROL OF THE UNIONS—BAD LEADERSHIP OR THE SIDES OF XtABOB, EMPLOYER AND THE LAW—COLORADO'S WAR FOOL ISH AND COSTLY — CONCLU SIONS OF THE FAMOUS STU DENT Or SOCIOLOGY ON THE REMARKABLE CONDITIONS IN THE OOLDBB STATE. By Dr. Washington Gladden, Special Commissioner of the Newspaper Enterprise Association at the Scene of the Labor War ln Colorado. (Copyright, 1904, by the Newspaper Enterprise Association.) "After all," I said, 'the bottom trouble ln the Colorado mining camps is bad leadership. It was bad leader ship that called the strike In tho Cripple Creek district which has pre- Clpltatetr this Industrial war; It is bad leadership generally that pro duces these ugly conditions. When will the miners and all the rest of the unions have sense enough to choose good leaders?" My companion was a man who probably k...

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

4 GOOD MONEY The Spokesman-Review continues to take advertising from procurers. The following employment ngen ries. whose ads appeared In this morning's Spokesman-Review have either taken orders to fill a house of prostitution or solicited girls to enter one: The List. The Red Cross Employment agency, 224 Stevens street. The Denver Employment agency, 716 Riverside avenue. The Kagle Employment agency, 121 Holland block. Miller & Miller agency, 125 Stevens Street. GOVERNMENT LAND OPENED (BorippS News Association.) WASHINGTON, 1). ('., April 2.1. President Roosevelt this morning sign ed a bill opening the sale of 416,000 acres of land through the Rosebud agency in South Dakota. DETECTIVES IN TROUBLE (Scripps News Association.) LONDON. April 23—Henry Slater, head of the largest private detective •gency in England) with four of Ins assistants, were arested charged with procuring false evidence in older to permit a woman client to obtain a di vorce. lift n (Scripps News Association.) ...

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

LAST Ell WIATKIK FORECAST: CLOUDY, PROBABLY IMOWEE3. SHIPPER'S COMMITTEE CHANGES FRONT AND , YIELDS TO RAILROADS Executive Ccmmittee Votes to Hold Conference at Chicago—Roads Pro pose Concessions to Big Concerns but Nothing for the Retailer-The Committee to Talk-Schiller Will Fight It-Decision Was Taken Last Friday. An executive committee masting of the Shippers' association was held Friday afternoon, and It was decided to have a mecctlng of the whole as sociation tonight nt 8 o'clock to con sider the lntest move of the railroads for a Chicago conference. The action of the executive committee at Fri day's meeting has been closely guard ed, but through some of the smaller shippers not on the committee The Press today learned thnt the commit tee had voted to favor a Chicago conference and had discussed other matters which the small shipper does' not think are to his Interest, Mr. Schiller, president of the association, etnted today thnt he did not call either of the meetings, but that...

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

S TKe SpoKane Press BTery Bvenlng Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. ■OmiPW STEW ASgQCIATIOW PBJBSB SEBTICE. OLf re.it per copy, six cents per week, tw.-nty-flve cents per month or M per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subacrlbera will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor or tardy delivery to the office. •16 Front avenue. Telepaon* Main 378, Poatogcs Boa 4. TKe Official Paper of the People, Eastern ofllee: 58 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: IB* Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld. manager of foreign advertising. Judge Not. "He Is an old tightwad." That much the writer heard and he listened to this further arraignment of the absent subject: "I tell you he Is the stingiest man In town. He Insists on the last red cent that is coming to him. He Is as close as a bark on a tree. And It ls well known he gives nothing awny ln a worthy cause." Severe, but— As the writer happened to know in this case. It was only half the truth. True...

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