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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 25 April 1904

FLOODS KAW BIYSK- KBAOKSS DABwBK LISTS ABB IS STILL BISXNO BAPXDLY—MUCH DAMAGE IS ALBEADT 8088. KANSAS CITY, April 85—Heavy rains for the past 14 hours caused a rapid rtno of the Kaw river. This morning It stood at 18 feet and waa rising rapidly to the danger line, which Is 2 feet above normal. Fol lowing the collapse of the Argentina Armourdale footbridge the Twelfth Street steel bridge and the bait line pile bridge went out- There ls apprehension that the lostysds will again be flooded, like S year ago. At Fort Scott 810,004 worth of damage ls already done. TRAVELING MEN HOLD MEETING KNOXVIT,I,E. Term., April !B.—The twelfth annual state convention of the Travelers' Protective association was called to order here today. There Were present when the gavel fell Several hundred delegates, many of Whom were accompanied by their Wives nnd families. MULED IN MOT VIRNNA, April 25.—Tho Hungar ian parliament was prorogued by royal decree this morning tn order to obtain a free hand for Count...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 25 April 1904

* IS JOHN R. PRICE CRAZY? BAB WISED TO SBTEH DEFFEB EHT STATUS FOB SEVBIf DTJP TIBEBT ATTOBWETS TO X.OOK AFTBB THE CASE WHICH TKE CITY HAS AOAIHST HIM. Be for* the cose* of the city lfS.il> *t John R. Price sre tried Price "ill come before .lodge Richardson, where hi.* sanity will be investigate.!. The city brought n case against him fur driv ing on the cinder path, fine of the CeSSa was to come up this morning. Attorney W. 1). S'Ott. who had been retained by Price, gave notice on Kn ilav that he bad withdrawn from the case. Judge Richardson theh continued tlie over until this morning, When t lie case wet called this morn ing Price arose and stated to the court that all of the attorneys in the city had combined npainst him and that he c,uld not get n single one to take his case. He notified flic court that ho has wired to seven different attorneys in seven different states to come to his aid. One of these attorneys WOulJ reach here Friday, but the other six COnld not pet here bef...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 26 April 1904

LAST Mil WIATMU FORECAST: SHOWERS. SEBRING CONVICTED AND J. M. NOBLE OF THE U. S. AGENCY IS ARRESTED BIG SHIPPERS BETRAY RETAILERS OF SPOKANE Jackson congratulated by Railroads lor His success In securing Traitors In ihe Banks ol the Spokane Jobbers. That the 20 shippers representing the Spokane Shippers' association who met last night and IgnOmtniOUSly surrendered to the railroad! were not proud of what they were about to do ts evidenced by their debarring news paper men from their session. President Schiller of the shippers' association, Manager Goodall of the Whltohouse company and one or two others stood firm for a Just rate and a local conference und to mark those who were wiled Into surrendering. Crane a Close Second. It was a warm meeting. Many things of Interest to the general pub lic were developed. Fred Mason nnd L. M. Hooth led the retreat, with George Crane a close second. Presi dent Schiller and F. K. Goodall tried to stem the Bull Hun tide. It was of no use. Schiller s...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 26 April 1904

9 The Spokane Press rV.bllancd Every Evening Except Sunday hy The Press Ptibltshlng Company. somrrrs straws absociattow press bebviox. . ....... - . . . . b - . W n« on* cc.it per copy, six cento per week, twenty-five cents per month or 13 per year, delivered by csrrler. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor er tardy delivery to the office. 616 Front avenu*. Telephone Main 378. Fostogca Boa 4. The Official Paper of tHe People, Eastern office: S3 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: 10« Hartford building. W. H. Portcrfleld, manager of foreign advertising^ A Modern Slave. Miss Hattle Woods Is suing Mr. and Mrs. Kaufman of St. Louis for f4752, being the amount of wages she claims for a service of 22 years. Miss Woods was employed by the Kaufmans as a servant in their house hold. She says: "They never paid mo wages, and the only thing they gave me was a wrapper once a year. If my teeth ached I was unable to have them filled, ...

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

TURNER'S RIGHTS WORTH $50,000,000 Canadian Government Is Said to Intend Granting Americans Claims to Coal and Oil Lands in Kootenay Country and then Spokane People Will Become Rich. \Bf James Cullins, Special Correspond ent, Nelaon, B. C, April 26. 'At last it would appear that all the reports and fairy tales regarding the Keotenay, B. C, coal and oil landa will be definitely settled by the Canadian government aome time next month, whop—it is confidently expected that the government will consider the claims of Americana and recognize as prefer ential their contentions. Foremost among those interested iin those valu able coal and oil lands, is Judge George Turner of Spokane, ex-United States Senator. These lands are located in a south westerly direction from the fnmous camp of Fernie and are valued hy ex perts at $50,(100,000. Judge Turner and his colleagues have been doing their utmost to have the Canadian government issue licenses. They have been held up for almost a year. They cla...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 26 April 1904

4 ATTEMPT MURDER ANARCHISTS TXT AGAIN TO TAKE THE LITE OF PREMIER MAURA OF SPAIN—ASSASSIN WAS A FOOR SHOT. (Scripps News Association.) MADRID, April 26.—A second at tempt on tlie life of Premier Maura was made today while traveling from Barcelona to Madrid. Maura was tired upon. The bullet failed to find lodgement, In Barcelona a fortnight ago Maura was stabbed by a young anarchist. VETERANS MEET ■IN ILLINOIS BPRINQFIELD, HI., April 06- Fcveral thousand visitor, were in the ttate capital today when tlie 38th annual encampment of the G. A. R., Department oi Illinois, was opened. These visitors include the delegates rf the Ladies' Aid society, the .■Woman's Relief coips, and other affili ated organisations that are holding their annual reunions here at this time. Today was devoted to the reception of the arrivals, a meeting of the council administration and formal addresses of welcome and responses. The busi ness sessions will commence tomorrow and continue through Thursday. EDUCATORS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 27 April 1904

LAST Ml *Ulu« rOKEOAOTi lIOWIBI AXS TauiUEMTOaHg. SARA SEN DOtS GREAT M sats 11 s. conmssiffl J. M. Noble, the Second Employment Agent Who Is Accused by the Postal Authority of Sending Obscene Matter Through the Mails, Is Bound Over to the Federal Court in October—ls Released on $500 Bail. J. M. Noble of the IT. 8. Employ ment agency was held to answer to the next session of the United States court by Commissioner J. \V. Mar shall this morning. His bond wns fixed at $500, which he furnished. Noble wus charged with sending an obscene letter through the United States malls to the fictitious Edith Edwards nt Wallace, Idaho, who wns Supposed to be running a sporting house nnd concert hall. In the letter he said he thought he could furnish n couple of girls, about IK or 20 yenrs old, who would he good money makers lv the right place. Ills attorney contended that the letter should not be tnkon seriously because the plot was (aid hy The Press for the purpose of getting the accused to send ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 27 April 1904

■ w The Spokane Press C^jftjjjfefflLEvening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. gomrwFsj ww» ajssjqciattoh pre aw sebttcb. liu.e Cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or c* per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor er tardy delivery to the office. 616 Front avenue. Telephone Main 375. Postofflee PjSSj 4. The Official Paper of tKe People, Eastern office: 53 Tribune building. New Tork City. Chicago office: 106 Hartford building. W. H. Forterfleld, manager of foreign advertising. Pious Enterprises. An exchange rails attention to nn irrigation scheme being promoted by certain so-called "Christian people" and exploited tn some of the church papers. A certain section of Arizona ts the field of operations. Church people are called upon to subscribe for "water rights'' at the rate of $25 an arte, payable In 25 cents Installments, in order that "a portion of the large profits may...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 27 April 1904

CHINESE WARSHIP WRECKED (Scrippa News Association.) SHANGHAI, April 27.—The Chines? •Varship Raetion is ashore on Klliott rocks. She is a total wreck. All on board were saved. HOLD BANQUET IN IREMORY Of GRANT PITTSBURG, Va. April 17.—1n ac cordance with a custom extending over several yours, the Americas club ot Pittsburg will give a banquet tonight in observance of the birthday anni versary of General U. S. tirant. Con gressman John Daltell will act aa toast master and the chief speaker of the evening will he Secretary Tuft. Other speakers will lie Congressman C, IT. Qroavenor of Ohio and Judge J. Frank Fort of the supreme court of New Jersey. X • PORTER IS HOME A. L, Porter, secretary of ths West ern Retail Lumber Dealers' associa tion, returned last ni>r'it from a ten days' dip through Idaho. When seen at his office in the Em pire State building Mr. PortST was facing a stack of correspondence a foot thick and said that it. represented both personal and official business. He sa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 27 April 1904

4 COLORADO'S GOVERNOR IS A TYRANT, SAYS MR. ROBERTSON OF SPOKANE "Your Acts Are Lawless and Unconstitutional," Says the Man Who Defended the Coeur d'Alene Strike, "and Are Leading Colorado Down the Bloody Lane to Despotism"—An Open Letter to Governor Peabody. Attorney F. C. Robertson of Spo kane of the law firm of Robertson, Miller & Rosenhaupt, who defended the miners In the Coeur d'Alene strike a few years ago, has addressed an open letter to Governor James H. Foabody of Colorado, ns he state s, "upon the conditions that exist in the Etate of Colorado, brought about by your lawless and unconstitutional acts ln depriving citizens of those eacred right! guaranteed by the con stitution.'' by which Attorney Robert son refers to the exercise of the power resultant from the declaration of martial law at Telluride and other points in Colorado where there are st rikes. Robertson's letter Is In reality a lawyer's brief upon the constitutional questions involved in the Colorado governor...

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

LAST EDITION WMim roiEOASi: raiDAT, pax*. JAPANESE HAVE RUSSIANS HEMMED IN Czar's Army Is Surrounded on Three Sides by the Mikado's Soldiers. PORT ARTHUR, April 88.—(Bul- WiJJ!.)— Japanese torpedo boats wars sighted this morning. They wers protected hy a squadron. A few in sffeoSual shots were fired. Th* ships then disappeared. ' (Scrlpps News Association.) LONDON, April 28.—The Central Newe' Toklo correspondent states that the latest news from YVIJu Is to the effect that Russian and Japanese scouts are constantly exchanging shots. The Russians art attempting without success to draw the Japanese from their positions. The Inclement weather delays the Japanese oper ations. RUSSIANS HEMMED TJf, (Scrlpps News Association.) LONDON, April 28.—Rtuter's Chee Foo correspondent wires that the Japanese have occupied Kulieng Cheng, on the right hank of the Yalu river to the south of Antung. Such a move Is highly Important from a Strategical standpoint, ns it would mean that they would have the ...

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

» TKe Spohane Press Published -very Evening Except_ Sunday Press Publishing Company. SORT.PBS ITBWS AgSOCIAYIOS PRESS SERVICE. *Tom r*iit per copy, six r—nts per week, twenty-live cents per month or It 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. 610 front avenuo. Telephone Main 379. Bcstofltcs Boa 4. TKe Official Paper of tHe People, Eaatern office: 53 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: 106 Ha rt ford building. W. H. Porterfleld. mana yer of foreign ad vert IS In g. Was He in Love With Her? Advance extract? from the forthcoming "Autobiography" of the late Herbert Spencer, to be issued in this country the latter part of the month, prove again the limitations of our human nature. Herbert Spencer was a great man—some say the greatest since Shakes peare—but he was not a well-rounded man. He was great In only one di rection. Spencer was great in the realm of logic. H...

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

FIRST GAME OF SEASON WON BY SPOKANE Big Chief Reilly'a bunch of Indians took Walter Wilmot's aggregation of ball tossers down the line yesterday afternoon in the firat game of the sea go*:- The trick was turned with neat ness nnd dispatch and much joy result ed for the 3000 fane present. For th* opening game of the season it was n good exhibtlon of ball playing. Several individuals let their lingers get clumsy and bungled, but that is to be expect ed. The Indians are strong on swing ing the war club and yesterday swat ted out 1,1 hits, driving Sporer to the woods in the seventh inning. That veteran, IVgy Ward, must have found the fountain of youth during hia win ter travels, for ha slammed out a homo run yesterday and followed up by Straightening out me of Pammann'a curves for three baga. Hogg or I,oucks will officiate on the slab for the Indiana this afternoon, while Mandolin will go in for Ruttc. Tomorrow will be ladies' day. The line-up of the teams was as follows: Spokane Ferris...

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

* _ CRUISER CALIFORNIA IS LAUNCHED Graceful Warship Slips Into Water at San Fran cisco—Pretty Daughter of Governor Pardee Christened Uncle Sam's New Greyhound. SAN FRANCISCO, April 28— Not pince the launching of the battleship Ohio, which was attended by Presi dent McKlnley nnd other distinguish ed sons of the Ruckryc state, has the shipyards of the Union Iron works seen such 8 gala event as today, when Hie magnificent armored cruiser Cali fornia was wedded to the waters. The christening and launching of the leviathan of the deep was accomplish ed in the presence of a crowd of thou sands of spectators, made up largely of members of the society known ns Native Sons of the Golden West, who were partically in charge of the day's ceremonies. On the christening stand were Gov ernor Pardee and other distinguished officials of the state of California and of the leading cities of the common wealth. As the new warship swept down the ways the assembled multi tude wildly cheered the new cham p...

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

LAST EDITIOtI WBATHER FOBBCA8T: FROST T O WIGHT, WAR.ME". SATURDAY. THIRD ARREST MADE AS RESULT OF PRESS EXPOSE • 4k * L. A. Perret, of Washington Employment Agency, Taken Into Custody by United States Authori ? ties at Tacoma—Has Preliminary Hearing In That City Today. i A special to The Press from Taco ma today states that L>. A. Perret, manager of the Washington Employ ment agency of 512 Front avenue, wns arrested In that elty yesterday on I a charge of sending an obscene letter ■ through the Vnlted States mails. The letter referred to was written to the fictitious Edith Kdwards at Wallace, Idaho, and was In regard to furnishing her girls for n house of 111 fame. It was at the Washington agency where a man giving his name ns C. M. Nlckerson spotted two young girls, who had never been in n house of ill •fnme, and promised to secure them for the fictitious Edith Kdwards, whom he thought was a real person, He told Sara Sell of how the mother of these girls was going to Salt Lake,...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 April 1904

4t TKe Spokane Press fobltshed Ttvery Evening Except Sunday by The Publishing Cnwapong. . SCBIPPS WBWB AB3QCIATIOK PBBSS BBBVTOB. . ... ... m! — — ._ ._ nAP ■mS ar v>i.« rtot per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or SS per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor er tsrdy delivery to the office. , .„ ..... „. SIS Front avenne. Telephone Stain 375. Postofflee Boa 4. The Official Paper of tHe People, Eastern office: St Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: 108 Hartford building. W. H. Porterfteld, manager of foreign advertising. Foolish Boy. Guard your credit, young man. A dealer In agricultural implement a in a certain locality in lowa tella tho writer these facts: Young farmers under 21 years of age, the sons of wealthy farmers, will sometimes buy heavily on the strength of their prospects. Then, before they arrive at maturity, they will take the benefit of the bankruptcy law...

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

SPOKANE GETS RATTLED Some very ragged fielding and a Bad case of rattles lost the game for Spokane yesterday afternoon. In the Seventh Inning, with the bases full Snd two out, Hottand did not have his basket out In right field and dropped an easy fly, allowing two Butte men to score. With the bases full ln the eighth Inning Hogg Slanted one amidships of Ward and forced In a run. Then in the ninth Jimmy McHnlo completed the tout By knocking the ball over the fence for a home run with two men on the Bases. Today Is ladles' day at the ball ftark and Reilly says It Is a double fllstilled cinch that the Indians will win. Loucks will be In the box for ipokane, while Howell or Sporer will a the twirling for Butte. After the present series with Butte la over Spokane will go to Boise and then to Salt Lake and returning will •lay Butte a series commencing •fay IT. At Salt take. R. H. E. Poise , t 4 2 Salt Lake 8 11 2 Standing of the (Slabs. Won. Lost. P. C. Boise 2 1 666 Bpokane 1 1 600 fcutt...

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

WHO IS THIS WELL DRESSED YOUNG MAN And Who Is tho Young Lady In Blue Who Went Away With Him, Leaving the Old Man In a Demented Condition? The mystery lurrouriding, Henry, rVhultz. the WtSCOBSiB farmer who was picked up in a dazed condition hy IK'- tective Weir Wednesday evening prom ises to be one of the most sensational that the police hnve yet to unravel. Dr. (Jen. A. Gray, the assistant coun ty physician, was colled in yesterday to examine Schultz and says that he il mentally unbalanced. SchulU's con dition today showed no improvement and he will be tried for insanity to morrow. Tuesday Scliultr and a dashing young woman, whom he claimed to be his step-daughter, alighted from a Great Northern train nnd were escorted to the Mechanics' hotel by Officer Dunn. The >oung woman gave her name as Tessie Richards and the couple were assigned to rooms. Shortly after they had arrived a young man called at the hotel and asked fur Miss Richards. He was shown to the parlor and after a few m...

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

LAST EDITION WBAmi rOUUITI BUNDAY, OLOUDT. MAYOR FRANK BOYD OFFICIALLY COUNTENANCED IT He Affixes His Name to the Document That Gives the Peerless Agency a new Lease of Life-C. F. Sebring, an Employee of This Agency, Is Now Under Sentence of the U. S. Court For Attempting to Sell Spokane Girls Into a House of 111 Fame. The Peerless Employment agency was given a license to further con duct his business by the city comp-, troller nnd Mayor Hoyd this morning In the face of the sensational expose of The Press of a few days ago. Mr. Sebring of this agency waa sent to the penitentiary for one year for try ing to sell Spokane girls Into a house of 111 fame a few days ago. Investigation Into the matter re veals a deplorable state af affairs nnd shows where the city ordinance In this matter la sorely larking. An employment agent does not have to place bis application before the city council for the approval of that body. He simply tiles his bond of SIOOO, has it npproved by the cor poration ...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 30 April 1904

9 TKe Spohane Press Published Every Evening Except Bonder by The Press Publishing Company. ~ gomrwya bewb abbociattoe phebb beevtce. Ol*e rent per copy six cents per week, twenty-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. , SIS Front avenue. Telephone Main 378. gosSogtce Boa 4. THe Official Paper of tHo People, Eastern ofllee: S3 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: 10s Hsrtford building. W, H. Forterfleld. manager of Jorelgn advertising^ Carnegie's Latest Gift. "We live ln a heroic age." That is the way Andrew Carnegie begins his letter to "the Hero Fund commission." Mr. Carnegie has given away another 15.nn0.000. Tills time hia bene faction ts to provide for those who are dependent upon thoso who lose their lives in deeds of heroism, for the heroes themselves if they are injured, for tlie purchase of medals, etc. In maikng this gift Mr...

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