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

WORLD'S FAIR OPENED TODAY President Roosevelt Opens the Largest Fair the World Has Ever Seen- Accidents and Train Wreck as a Result of Large Crowds. ST. LOCIS, Mo., April SO.—Under n ßalr skies In the presence of an im mense audience, containing represent atives from all parts of the earth, the Louisiana Purchase exposition was Opened formally at 12:15 o'clock to day, when President Roosevelt at Washington touched the golden key that aent a throb of movement throughout the vast enterprise. It Was an Impressive sight. The Immense throng, estimated at 180,000 people, passed through the turnstiles early tn the day and gath ered on tha plaza of St. Louis. This plasa of St. Anthony spread out over spacious avenuca from the palace of liberal arts to the grand cascades. As the flags waved and aa the wator rushed forth from a myriad orifices tn terraces and from thousands of fountains, tho banda struck up lively music and the people cheered hoarse ly. The throng then spread out to Ttew the ...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 30 April 1904

SHOT BURNS THREE TIMES Burns Displays a Gun in the Finland Saloon and Is Quickly Dropped by Luoma. UAH WHO IS SAID TO SAVE BEEW TKE AOOBESBOK IS IK TKE HOSPITAL AMD HIS AS- S AIL AWT IS XV JAIL. Tn a drunken row at the Finland Saloon, 244 Main avenue, at an early hour this morning John I.uoma, the proprietor, shot and seriously wound ed Oeorge Burns Just how the row started is somewhat of a mystery. There was a large crowd in the saloon and all apparently were under the influence of liquor. Burns, who has the reputation of a gun man, came to the saloon with a loaded re volver to right the wrongs of some friend of his. He had several drinks and then displayed the gun. I.uoma nt once started shooting. He tired three shots, all of which took effect. Burns is at the Sacred Heart hos pital and, though badly wounded, ls not In any particular danger. He has a wound through the shoulder and two flesh wounds. I.uoma was arrested immediately after the shooting by Officers Burns nnd Briley and...

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

lAST EDITION VBjLim FORECAST: FAIR, WABMBB. JAP LAND VIQORY COMPLETE THIRTY WOMEN'S LIVES SAVED BY QUICK WORK INMATES OT MAIN AVENUE DRIVEN FRCM THEIR APART MENTS BT OOMMIBSIONER BOOT AND CAPTAIN GOVEBLY P JUST IN TIME TO SAVE THEIR EIVEB. The lives of probably 30 women of the dead moi.de were saved by a few pecondl about 11 o'clock this morning. When, through the industry of un un skilled carpenter, the second floor of the Mnin building which is occupied by 51 notorious apartments came with in un ace of giving way and precipita ting the occupants, some of whom were ■sleep, to the floor below, and probably killing them. This building recently came into the exclusive control of Kruno, au Italian ef the tenderloin, It is his intention to open up the entire building on a large plan. He has remodeled the second and third floors, making room for till more women. For the past few days he lias been gemodeling the ground floor, enlarg ing the Surprise saloon and making loom for pool and bil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 2 May 1904

9 The Spohane Press Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. WOBIPPS B*BWB ASSOCIATION PRESS SERVICE. i'..t cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or II per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscriber* will confer a favor by promptly reporting all oasea of poor or tardy delivery to the office. __ 616 Pront avenue. Telephoae Main 375. Poatomca Boa 4. The Official Paper of the People, Eastern office: 63 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago oflice: 101 Hartford building. W H, Porterfleld. manager of !.'orelgn adverthjdnj.. The Japanese Spirit. "There'a nothing more sublime and magnificent than death —the deter mination to die in a glorious cause. We Inherited such a great spirit from our Samurai ancestors." The sentiment is by Commander Sakuri, the Japanese commander of the torpedo boat which took the hulks to the entrance of Port Arthur the second time —one of the most gallant exploits of the war. The expression ls a common on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 2 May 1904

MAYOR BOYD'S OPINION VS. JUDGE HANFORDS (Mayor boyd has no knowl edge OP ANT NAUGHTY EM PLOYMENT AGENTS, AND BE LIEVES THAT IP A CRIMINAL SHOULD DENT HIS CRIME IT WOULD BB IMPOSSIBLE TO CONVICT HEM. , The following letter was received from Mayor Hoyd hy the Press about two weeks ago. The publishers of this thought the most fitting reply to the honourable mayor's letter would be the action of the United States authorities, then in contemplation upon the facts presented in the Press. The Federal authorities have acted. One employment agent is iv the peniten tiary, two others are under bonds, awaiting trial, and more aro fugitives from justice. We present the letter below, with a lew comments, ■ SPOKANK, April 22, 1904. Editor Press: You appear to be gfVery much exercised because 1 hnve Jf/not seen tit to prefer ohargM against certain employment agents on the groumls that tliey have offered to fur niah girls for immoral purposes. 1 have no knowledge that they have offered to do tliia, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 2 May 1904

■# REPUBLICANS HAVE GREAT PROBLEM IN FILLING SENATOR HANNA'S SHOES OBX.TOED TO BTTSOT A BEOB OAITIXATTOB OB TMB TEBT BTB OF A BATIOBAJj CAM PAZOB. Ftntf Conespondent to tlie New spa par Enterprise Association. WASHINGTON, May 2.—Free from tlie troubles that commonly murk a national campaign, the republican lead ers are stirred by bother ol an un common sort. Usually a party is racked by candi dates for tlie nomination and advocates of isms tor which apace ia demanded in the platform. No such issues con front the republicans. Roosevelt is to he nominated without a contest. Tin re will lie harmony in the building of the platform. Worry comes, though, when thought is given to the chairmanship of the national committee. There is nobody to fill the place of Senator Hanna, who commanded the legions of the party for eight years. There has never been expectation of Securing his equal. It was thought at the outset, however, that a satisfactory leader could W found without great trouble. This...

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

LAST [Dili WEATHER TO MIGHT: WARMER TO WIGHT. THIRTY RUSSIAN OFFICERS AND THREE HUNDRED MEN CAPTURED BY JAPS Retreating Artillerists, Their Horses Shot, Hoist the White Flag—General Kashtalinski and Many of Czar's Officers Reported Killed—Thirty-Six Cannon Spoils of War—Japan ese Lose Heavily—Another Attempt to Bottle Up Port Arthur. (Scrlpps News Association.) LONDON, April 3.—Additional de tails of the Russian repulse on the Yalu continue to come In. Seoul ad vices state the Japnnese now hold the north bank of the Ynlu river from A.ntMtl| to Dlashukou. Despite their confused condition, the Russians were nble to carry off all their wounded nt Antung. They found that, In ad dition to the force nlready confront ing them, they were threatened by strong detachments on either flnnk. Their retreat then became so rapid there was not time to replace the ar tillery horses shot down by the Jap anese, nnd 20 guns, ammunition, rifles, officers and men wore captured. IX)NDON, May 3.—Minister Ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 3 May 1904

The SpoKane Press f»MlS*>od Beefy Evening Except Stsnday by Th* Pre— PublUedng Company. | ' „.. . _ UB w ajggOHIHSJ H>B W"MMM9 *>»»THBBJk I Cut* cent per copy alz cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or •I per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. ■vbecrlber* will confer a favor by promptly reporting all case* of poor or tardy delivery to th* office. •le Front avenue. Telephone atala STB. Eeetoßo* Boa 4. The Official Paper of the People, j Eastern office: St Tribune building. New York City." Chicago office? IM Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld. manager of foreign advertising. The Value of Honesty. It Is not often that the value of a good character may be measured In actual cash, hut sometimes tt happens so. And when It does so happen the Character may be found to be the most valuable of all a man's possession. The Lackawanna station agent at Brick Church, N. J., having lost $927 belonging to the company, has been reimbursed hy the commuters at that point. Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 3 May 1904

ROYAL HAWAIIAN FUNERAL •XMAOTB Or TKE FAMOUS KtrtlU HAVE AT LAST BEEK XiAXD TO BUT WOT IMPRESSIVE CEKEMOMTES. HONOLULU, May 3-With the Weird refrain of the mele singers, nc eompanied by flaming torches and kahili bearers, the remains of Kame oameha the Great and the Knlnkaim dynasty have finally been removed to their last resting place in the royal mausoleum in Honolulu. A royal funeral ceremony in Hawaii A FATHER KILLED HIS LITTLE DAUGHTER SO HE COULD GO TO WAR ry Will H. Brill, special commis eioner of the Newspaper Enterprise Association in the far east.) TOKIO, March 20.—Scores of little children arc being sacrificed to Jap an's need, Rather than have them atarve fathers and mothers are tak Ing weir lives. Here is a bit of old Japan, an example of the deep fool ing of the people. Here is one of the stories -dozens Of them might be told: A very poor man living in a little town, only a fow miles from Tokio, was summoned to fight for his emperor. His wife died several years ago, le...

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

Om-STOR V COTTAGE BUILT FOR $1000 (Copyright, 1004, by Newspaper En- terprise association.) This design is a one-story cottage, that under the prices quoted below nnd a condition of aflairs insuring a reasonable amount of earnest compe tition among contracting builders, (an be erected for $1000. No greater prob lem exists, probably, or at least one interesting a greater number of peo ple, than this problem of tho modern home of moderate cost. Comparatively easy it is, to design nnd plan a house that shall be accepta bly complete in its modern conveni ences, equipment and artistic appear ance, if we have at our disposal an unlimited amount of money, or at least tlie sum of 18090 or more, but for every thousand dollars that same is reduced below this point tho problem becomes more intricate and difficult of solution, for nowadays the clerk or laboring man who has acquired a small amount from scrupulously nur tured savings to invest in a home de sires when that home is built that it sh...

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

WBATHER TONIGHT: WABXIB T 3NIGHT. JAPS HAVE RUSSIANS BOTTLED The Little Brown Men Prove to the World That They Know How to Play the Game of War. HABBOB BLOCKED. (Scrlpps News Association.) ROME. May 4.—A Toklo dispatch j asserts the latest Japanese attempt to Mock the channel nt Port Arthur was successful. Two vessels, the tele gram says, now lie In the harbor en trance. BOTTLED. (Scrlpps News Association.) LONDON, May 4.—Reuters ToMo correspondent states the Japanese were successful In their attempt to bottle Port Arthur on Monday. BTII.ZI STICKING. (Scripps News Association.) ST. PETERSBURG, May 4.—Ef forts made to drag the battleship Orloff from the sand bank ln the river Nevn today failed. HTTSSIANS ACCUSE CHINESE. (Borippfl News Association.) ST. PETERSBURG, May 4.—The newspaper Nnvlkle clnlrns to have au thority for its assertion that the Chi nese generals, Yuan Hhlkai nnd Ma, nre promoting antl-Russlan agitation in the flowery kingdom. RUSSIANS WORK HARD. (Scripps News Associ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 4 May 1904

9 TKe Spohane Press A — — fSjMrshed Brery Evening Bacept Bnnday by Th* Pre— Publish!ng Company. •WWaIFW *JW» A—OCTATTON PW —BTOT. W* ont per copy six cent* per week, twenty-five cents per month or M per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. •uttcrihers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor Or tarot delivery to the office. etc Front arena*. Telephone Mala STS. yostottca ptest A The Official Paper of the People, Eastern office: 61 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: 194 Hsrtford building. W. H. Porlerfleld. manager of -orelgn advertising. You Can Count on Mother. Mother behoves. Moo may pronounce you faithless, hut Mother believes. Men n-.ay call you dishonest, but Mother believes. Men may name you a failure, but Mother bollevea. Men may revile and persecute you, but Mother lwlle.-es. Through shadow, through sunshine. Mother believes in the best of you. Though your efforts prove to yourself Inefficient, Mother believes in their ultimate success...

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

DEBAUCHERY AND CRUELTY Is What the Girls of Royal Birth Are Called Upon to Endure— They Cannot Marry the One They Love, Are Allowed No Choice, But Must Do As the Court Dictates. tn VIC mi or A PEBSXGU-TON joined Mr, The princess announced COM__BABX._ TO THAT O- ,ler ""ention of securing a divorce iv " r,, er to marry Lieutenant Mattaohic h- DBBYrUI, BT BXB PATHEB Kaglevich. and instructed a lawyer ABB OTHER BOY AX, BE-ATXVEB to initiate the formalities. But the —AB UP-TO-DATE BOMABCB that she and her husband were WITH THE riAVOS OP TBB 1!o " ,a ' 1 Catholics, married according to Itlie rites of the church, created difli tultie*. DRKSDKM, May 4—Princess Louise of C-burg, whose incarceration in an asylum at Boswig, Saxony, has nnuu od the indignation of Kurope, is the eldest daughter of King Ix-opold of Bel gium ami a relative of many royal fam ilies. Her mother was an Austrian arch duchess and her grandfather an Aus trian emperor. Her sister Stephan ie mat-led the Austrian crown prin...

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

4 METHODIST CONFERENCE IN CITY OF ANGELS President Roosevelt Sends Greeting to Methodists—Says They Are Doing a Great and Good WorK—The Col ored Brethren Claim a Bishop- Committee Favors Consolidation of the Book Firms. LOS ANGELES. May 4.—President Roosevelt sent the following greeting to the Methodist conference: "Permit me to extend greeting to the assembled Methodists. It is im- possible for any Student of the social and religious growth of our people to fail to understand the tremendous influence of lit thodism in shaping this growth aright, and I therefore on this occasion congratulate, not merely you, but nil our country on what you have done. 1 wish I could be with you in person as ln spirit." LOS ANGELES, Cal., May 4.— Haz ard's pavilion was crowded to the doors when the general conference of the Methodist Episcopal church was convened and members were unable to obtain admission. The pavilion presented a gala ap pearance, being tastefully decorated throughout There was un e...

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

LAST [Dim WBATBBB TOMTQXTt CLOUDT, WABXEB. CZAR NICK WILL TAKE PERSONAL COMMAND The Czar Is Getting Nervous—He • Does Not Like the "Regret to Re port" and Will Go to the From and Direct the Fight Personally. < Scrlpps News Association.) BOMB, Kay 6.—The pops has re eslTsd a dispatch from tha esar, in which ths latter declares lie is deter mined So fo to the front, notwlth -1 standlnt* the advice of the ministry to stay at home. BUSSIA EXPELS JEWS. <Seripps News Association.) RRRI.IN, May s—The Frankfurter Kelto nil reports thnt Russia has or dered the expulsion of 110 Jewish families, numbering 600 persons, from Nlkelsk. province of Thernlgoff, which Is within tlie "pale," hence the expulsion Is Illegal ami wanton. BUSSIA BUTTS SHIPS. (Seripps News Association.) P.MRMN, May 6.—The Tageblalt says Russian has purchased In all eight steamers from the Nord Deutscher line and three ships from the Hamburg Packet line. RUMOR. (Scrlpps News Association.) ST. Pi-rriißsnrnti. May B.—-Th...

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

i THe SpoKane Press rcbltshed Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. jjjjßjjW BBW ASSOOIATTQSI jgjjj SBBTIOB. Uue cent per copy clx cents per week, twenty-five 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. •If Frost avenue. Telephone Mats 375. roetoMoe Bos «■ The Official Paper of the People. Eastern office: 61 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: 10* Hertford building, W. H. Porterfield. manager of foreign advertising. Our Nice Little Lies. ' Kalherlne Pope write* an Interesting essay on the advantages of deceit, or the use of tact. In the March Reader Magazine that la mostly several stories to illustrate her point. The Introduction is: "Men, whether deservedly or not, are accounted more truthful, less given to deceiving ways, than women. I sometimes wonder If their women Intimates never tell them that not infrequently thi...

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

SPOKANE WINS FROM BOISE Won. Lost. P.C. Boise 5 3 .714 Spokane 4 3 .571 Butte 2 2 .40i) Bait Lake 1 4 .200 Bill Dammann has not lost any of bis old time cleverness judging by tlie way he handed it out to the Boise in fants yesterday. He had them on the hip. It was a lierrely contested game. To judge from the two games played between the Infants and the Indians to Hate they are the most evenly matched in the league. The Scores Spokane— A.B. K. 11. P.O. A. E Ferris, ss S 1 2 4 2 1 Murdock, cf ... 4 1 2 1 0 0 Roekentield, 2b .. 2 I 0 5 2 1 Martinke, If .... 5 1 1 2 0 0 Frary. lb 2 2 0 7 1 0 Reilly, 2b 4 0 0 I I 1 Holland, rf 4 1 2 0 0 0 Stanley, c 5 0 1 6 2 0 Damiuann, p 5 0 1 1 4 1 , Tdtals 30 7 9 27 12 t Boise— A.B. R. H. P.O. A. K. HouU, If 4 1 0 4 0 0 Weaver, cf 5 1 1 0 1 0 McKevitt, rf .... 4 0 1 1 0 0 O'COnnell, 2b ... 4 1 2 3 2 0 Left on bases Spokane 10, Boise 7. Cook, 3b 4 0 0 2 1 2 Babbitt, ss 3 1 0 1 5 0 Hantten. c 4 0 1 5 1 0 Starkells, p 2 0 0 0 1 0 Blewelt, p 2 0 0 0 2 0 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 5 May 1904

4 $5,000 Worth of New and Second-Hand Goods Must Be Sold at a Price Never Before Offered for the Same Goods at I have been in business in SpoKane 16 years, and for 11 of those years at 216 RIVERSIDE AYE. Unfortunately the building is to be remodeled and used for other purposes. YOU KNOW me and know that what I say can be depended upon. THIS IS NO FAKE SALE. Scarcely an article used in your home is lacking here. Take your pick. Hundreds of Other Useful and Ornamental Articles to Numerous too Mention. MINIATURE WORLD S FAIR AT CONFERENCE Exhibits From Heathen Lands in Every Corner of the Earth Will t c Shown During the Methodist Gathering. LOB ANGET.KS, Cal., May 5.— Heirlooms of heathenism, ugly faced tdols and rare trophies of the poly theistic reign In foreign countries will constitute the greatest rival at traction to the regular sessions of the general Methodist conference. Two entire floors. Including assem bly rooms, offices, general depart ments and exhibition space in the old...

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

LAST HI WEATHER FORECAST: TOMORROW, WARMER. BRAVE LITTLE BROWN MEN SURROUND PORT AND CUT IT OFF FROM THE WORLD Mikado's Men Extend Cordon of Troops About Russian Stronghold-Landings Made Apparently With Slight Difficulty-Russians Kill Their Own Men but Can ot Find the Japs Togo Goes to Tokio to Consult With the Mikado. GREAT VICTORT FOR THE RUSSIANS? LONDON, May 6.—Heuter'» correspondent at Tokio aaya: A roport haa been received here from General Kurokl stating- that In the retreat Sunday a large body of Russians mistook a smaller body of their country men for Japanese and attacked them with great fury. One hundred and eighty were killed and wounded. JAPANESE LAND AT PORT ARTHUR. LONDON, May B.—-The Central News' St. Petersburg correspondent re ports that the Japanese have landed at two points In the vicinity of Port Arthur, Piscewo and Port Adams. Tbe two places are on opposite sides of the Kwung Tung peninsula. The forces landed are only 20 miles apart. JAPANESE LAND. (Scrlpps New...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 6 May 1904

t THe Spokane Press fWHahod Shrery Stvenlng Except Sunday by The Press Pub! lah Ing Company. sqmi»s srsrws arsooiatioh press srrvtor. mZ* cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or fl per rear, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscriber! will confer a favor by promptly reporting all caaes of poor er tardy delivery to the otllce. •1« Trost aTosmo. Telephone Main 378. fostotace Roa *- The Official Paper of tHe People, Eastern office: BS Tribune building. New Tork City. Chicago offloe: lt)t Hartford building. W. H, Portarfleld. manage, of foreign advertising. The Age of Love. Professor 801 lof Clark university has recently been engaged In the collection of data as to the age at which people love with the greatest ardor, with the result that he now announces his conclusions as follows: The maturity of a woman's love Is reached at the average age of 22. A man loves most strenuously at an average age of 24. AH of which Is very important If true. Here Is a tip ...

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