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

JAPANESE WOMEN TRAIN THEIR BANES FROM INFANCY TO GIVE IP THEIR LIVES FOR MIKADO PHOTO WAT AIT HA, TB£B FAMOUS JAFAHE3E AUTHORESS, TELLS OB TKB PAST THB WOBCHH OB DAI BTPBOH FLAT IB TKB WAS. By Onoto Watanna. (Copyright, 190*, by the Newspaper Knlerpri.se Association.) "No race can rise higher than its toothers." Admiration is expressed for the achievements of tho men of Japan. (The mistake should not be made of thTnking that the women of Japan are nonentities, slaves of their husbands, tapper servants of their lcnuehol 1, dolls, plsjctitings. as I have heard them many tunes described. The Japanese women have not had the same educational advantages as the men and consequent ly really have never had a true oppor tunity to develop their higher facul ties. Nevertheless, such opportunities us they have had they have made tho most of, and despite their often even illiterate condition, they have cultivat ed unconsciously in themselves a per sonal standard that in shown in their teaching of...

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. — 6 May 1904

4 MR. COWLES IS A TAX DODGER Denounces the Railroads Which Have Paid Their Taxes, and Plans to Beat County Out of His Own Taxes. "Tl>c«e tildes wiß either he i>hitl or fought out In the courts," faid County Treasurer George Mudgett this morn ing referring to the taxes cine from the Review Publishing company and fiom \Y. H. Cowles personally. An assessment of $39,870 against the Review Publishing company and an other of $25,000 against Mr. Cowles re main unpaid. The latter item is the amount of the assessed valuation of the Associated Press franchise or contract used by the Spokesman-Re view Rnd held by Mr. Cowles personally. This tax lias not been paid. Mr. Cowles through his newspapers lias complained loud and long about the railroads dodg ing taxes and reitunted until the peo ple are sick of hearing it that the rail roads nre not assessed as high ns they ■should be. Not In Good Taate. The statements do not come with good grace from a man who himself is now dodging the paymen...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 7 May 1904

LAST Hi WEATHER FORECAST: TOMORR )W, WARMER. JAPANESE HAVE PORT ARTHUR COMPLETELY ROTTLED AND ARE PREPARING TO ATTACK FROM ALL SIDES The Japs' Plan of Attack on the Russians Is Be ginning to Crop Out Day by Day FORT ARTHUR BOTTLED. (Seripps News Association.) TOKIO, May 7.—Admiral Togo re ports that Port Arthur is completely bottled except for very small boats. The Japanese did not lose a single warship In the last nttnek on the port, although It was expensive a.s regards loss of life. TRY TO CLEAR HARBOR. (Seripps News Association.) CI IKK POO, May 7.— Chinese coast ing vessels report a succession of tremendous explosions at the entrance to Port Arthur's harbor. It Is evident the Russians are trying to clear the channel of tbe obstacles and mines placed there by the Japanese. A cruiser squadron Is watching the harbor to prevent a sally of torpedo boa's against the Japanese trans ports plying along tbe peninsula. CZAR Willi* INSPIRE HIS MEN. (Scrlpps News Association.) ST. PETERSBUR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 7 May 1904

t The Spohane Press M >»cry Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. BCBIFBB BBWS ABBOOIATtOB BBBBfI SBBTItTB. . _ ' —-7-—■ : — : ! —r —:r—— . .V Ous cent per copy six cents per week, twenty-nve cents per month or II per year, delivered oy carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor •r tardy delivery to the office. I Tj ' •IS rront avenue. Telephone Main 3T9. Fostotace Bon 4. THe Official Paper of tHe People, Eastern office: BS Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: Hit Hartford building. W, H. Porterfleld. manager of foreign advertising. "Smutty Story." We all remember what General Grant said to the man who started to tell a smutty story In his presence. "I believe there are no ladles present," remarked the man. "No," said the general, "but there are gentlemen present." The reproof was deserved. One should never tell a story to gentlemen that could not appropriately be told to both ladles and gentlemen....

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 7 May 1904

COUNTRY CUB IN ITS NEW HOME Resort Where Men and Maids Will Enjoy Their Summer Sports and Dance the Hours Away. The new home of the Country club In Cook's addition, soon to be the •cene of fancy dress balls, quiet little ■uppers and some not so quiet, will be completed next Saturday. The clubhv'.HH Itself is an elegant build ing built In bungalo style. Its out ward appearance is neat and modest, shingled all over and stained a pretty brown. The driveway leads up to a covered veranda, extending the width of the building. Here the carriages will un load their burden of pink and white done up in neat packages of chiffon and lace. Here the carriages will line up in the wee sma' hours and carry away their freight, tired, disheveled •nd worn out by the dance and Its ■attendant joys. The building is 96 feet long and 70 feet deep. The main room is tho assembly, 10 by 50 feet in slse. Here tlie dances and parties of the club Will be held. Adjoining this Is the dining room for the merrymaker*...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 7 May 1904

♦ TREMBLING CULPRIT IN COURT MAM* WHO IS ACCUSED OF PASS ING BORUS CHECK HAS SYM PATHY OF COURTROOM —Stl- -808 CHAB9E MABE AGAINST I Harry Monroe is the man who pass* erl a bogus cheek on a North Side grocer for $22, buying a few gro ceries and making nwny with the change. He was arraigned this morn ing before Judge Kennan. Out of Sympathy for the man and in view of tbe fact that he had been drinking a charge of obtaining money under false pretenses was made. Monroe has none of tbe earmarks of tbe criminal about him. He is a middle aged man and appears to be a work ing man. When called upon to plead his voice was thick. He almost broke clown when spoken to by the cent. "Please your honor, may I speak to the prosecuting attorney?" he almost sobbed. He held a short Interview with Mr. Barnhart. in which his voice was husky and uneven. He desired* a Jail sentence, but Mr. Barnhart could not assure him that he would receive it He then asked the court to ap point an attorney for him. The ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 9 May 1904

LAST Mil WBABEE FORECAST: TOKO3R3W. riA. BEBEL Denounces the Kaiser- He Says the Germans Have Broken Neutral ity Laws in the Russo- Jap War (Scrlpps News Association.! BERLIN, May !». In the reichstag today Heir Rebel denounced the gov ernment lor what he termed the re peated breaches of neutrality in the Russo-Japanese war. which indicated that Germany desires Russia's tri umph. He cited the sale of the Ham burg American liners to Russia, and oirtieised the kaiser's telegram to the czar in which he expressed regret at the loss of a Russian warship, saying that Russia's losses were equally the German losses. Rebel took advantage of the parlia mentary immunity to attack the em peror most pointedly. Chancellor Hue low repudiated the charges ami added: "If other countries regard Germany with envy and hatred as Rebel asserts, we have every reason to keep the na tional sword sharpened." CONVOCATION OF MASONS The semi-annual convocation of the bodies id' the Ancient and Accepted Scottish ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 9 May 1904

9 THe Spokane Press fetjjejjod Every Evening Except Sunday by The Frees Publishing OomsanT. . nauxrwu nmrwn assoqiatiow twees eewtiow. VMi cent per copy six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or Per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscriber* will roofer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor or tsrdy delivery to the office. 616 Trout avenue. Telephone Main 375. Postofflce Bom 4. THe Official Paper of tHe People, Eastern office: 51 Tribune building. New York~CTltj>. Chicago offieeT >0« Hertford building. W H. Porterfleld. manager of foreign advertising: A Warning to Girls. "Happiness may depend upon seemingly insignificant things." It was "the first cocktail." "Sin can not be covered up." Variana Starkweather of New York city is 20 years of age, beautiful, talented and is the daughter of a fine family. At the Instance of powerful friends she has Just been discharged from the -Magdalen home after the expiration of only seven weeks of a three years ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 9 May 1904

SPORT Won. Lost. P.C Jjoisc 8 3 .727 Bpokane 5 S .451 Butte 4 5 .4J4 Salt Lake 3 0 .33.1 By Jimmy Collins. It's the same old tale repeated—Spo kane lost yesterday like good little men. Tt was a Sunday game and a Sunday crowd and the best thing possi ble happened under the circumstances for the league in general. Finishing the Spokane series as they did, and heading tl.e league in the number of games won, Boise, the infant team, is getting away with a better attendance than was predicted. But at that the Indians played a line game, everywhere excepting at bat. Loucks twirled a fairly good game, but the redmen couldn't commence to un ravel some of the mysteries McFarlan tossed them. Following is the score: Spokane - A.B R. H. P.O. A. R. Ferris, ss S 0 1 I 0 0 Murdock. c. f 4 0 1 4 0 0 Eockenlield. 2b .. 4 0 1 2 3 0 Martinke. 1. f 4 0 1 1 0 0 Frary, lb 4 1 1 8 0 0 heillv, 2b * 1 1 1 5 0 ' Holland, r. f 4 0 1 1 0 0 Btanlev. c I 0 1 8 1 0 Loucks, p 3 0 0 0 2 0 •Carney 10 0 9_o Totals 5 I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 9 May 1904

FAMOUS GILLESPIE CASE IS ON TRIAL. , IfISS ELIZABETH GILLKSPIE, THE MURDERED GIRL. RISING BUN, Ind., May 9.—The term of the district court which con vened here today will be made not able by the trial of James Gillespie, the well-to-do nnd prominent citizen who Is charged with the murder of his twin sister, Miss Elisabeth Gilles pie. The crime attracted widespread attention and the trial will be fol lowed with close attention through out this section of the country. Elisabeth Gillespie was beautiful Disappointment over n love affaii had, It Is said, turned her hair white JAMES GILLESPIE, HER TWIN BROTHER, INDICTED FOR THE MURDER. W1 (HID OEOBQE FOSTEB CONSENTS TO BE INTERVIEWED OH THE QUESTION OF THE DAT. "What do you think of the plat form adopted by the s'.ate democratic convention?" was asked of George Foster, tbe leader of the Byrne forces this morning. Raid Foster: "It makes little dif ference what the platform Is, so long as the state is dominated by Its pres ent leadership—ld...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 10 May 1904

LAST Mil WEATHER FORECAST: COO EE R TONIGHT; WUHGI WEDNESDAY RUSSIANS ARE STILL ON THE RUN The Japs now Occupy New Chwang —A Battle Is Reported Between the Two Fleets—Land Engage ment at Liayang. EVACUATED NEW CHWANG. (Seripps News Association.) LONDON, May 10.—The First .Inp- J enese corps overtook the fleeing Rug* I Plans 20 miles south of Liayang yes terday and a severe engagement fol lowed. The Japanese dragged guns up apparently Insurmountable hills. The Russians continued to retreat north. A division of the First corps Is approaching Newohwang, the evac uation of Which by. Russians is con firmed by a number of women who have Just arrived. ANOTHER BATTLE. (Scrlpps News Association.) ST. PEJTBRSBUdRCJ, May 10.—A diplomatic rumor this evening has it thai the Vladivostok nnd l'ort Ar thur squadrons have effected a Junc tion after a desperate battle, tn which the Japanese lost three cruisers and the Russians two cruisers and a tor pedo boat destroyer. CRUISER REPORTED SUNK. I Scrlp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 10 May 1904

t THe Spokane Press ?y!i!?* h^_j: y_ e _ r T_ l svening Kxcept Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. "crtpfsT irgwa asbooiattqh fbess service. •-'„.. cat 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 tsrdy delivery to the office. bi6 Front avenue. Telephone ataln 375. Foetofflce Boa 4. The Official Paper of the People, Eastern office": R3 Tribune building. New York CltyT Chicago officer lot Hartford building. W. H. Porterfield. manager of -'prolan advertising. Law—Plus the Man. This editorial is written for Frank Boyd, who occupies the position of mayor In this city. Mayor Mcßae of Council Bluffs is a mayor who mayors. With a big revolver as his sole supporting artillery Mayor Mcßae raided four gambling houses in one evening, rounding up 14 men and confiscating tbe gaming paraphernaliiu It seems the mayor ordered tbe gambling places closed. l...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 10 May 1904

How to Build a Summer Cottage for $1250 (Copyright. 1004, by Newspaper En terprise Association.) The first article in this series was for quite a modest summer cottage, but there are many who would like Something a little larger with more sleeping accomomadtions ami also a little better. This design is there fore presented as the second of the series, to be followed by some practi cal low coat modern cottage homes later. The cost of this design is estimated et $li r >o under a basis of prices to be quoted below, nnd contemplates that the cobble stones or rock forming thd foundation built upon the ground, to gether with the porch underpinning and outside chimney, can be Secured either on the premises or at very little cost from some nearby quarry. Of course the construction can he cheapened HIROSE Will be Honored by the Japanese as One of the Bravest of Their Race - liis Funeral Was Att nded by 200.000 of His Countrymen. 8y Will X. Brill, Special Commis sioner of the Bewspaper Ent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 10 May 1904

4 COWLES AND JONES REPLY TO THE PRESS But Fail to Say When They Will Open the Street—Mr. Cowles Is of the Opin ion the Government Should Go Ahead and Build and Take His Word That As Soon As the Building Is Completed He Would Tear Down His Own. W. H. Cowles and Arthur D, Jones In their reply to the article in The Tress, which they published > ester day In Mr. Cowles' evening paper, claim that the reason they do not wish to keep their promises and open up Riverside court is because they do not wish to have Riverside ave nue and Lincoln street partially blocked while the government build ing is in course of construction. The fact of the matter Is Mr. Cowles is obtaining rentals from a building which stands on a public street, on ground which he does not own and does not pay taxes on, and this rent money looks so good to him that he has decided to violate his promise and hang onto this reut money as long as he can. When the location of the building was in Question Mr. Cowles was very...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 11 May 1904

LAST EDIIR WBATBJSR TOBBCANT: FAJJS, WABMXB. JAPS BEATEN AT PORT ARTHUR Attacking Force on Liaotung Peninsula Reported Attacked by 6,000 Russians Under General Stoessel and Driven .Back With Loss—Railway Now Open to Port Arthur. (Scrlpps News Association.) PARIS, May 11.—A St. Petersburg sllspatch reports a Japanese repulse tn kilometers east of Pert Adams. The Japanese were attempting to cut the railway when they were attacked by 8000 Russians under General Zeykoff, assisted by troops under Gen eral Stoessel. RUSSIAN BOBBS GO DOWN. , (Scrlpps News Association.) LONDON, May 11.—Russian Im perial 4s today declined another half point on account of land reverses and the reported death of General SSassulltrh. All the Japanese Issues are half a point higher. BTJSBXANS DESTROY FLEET. (Scrlpps News Association.) LONDON, May 11.—A correspond ent for Reuters reports the Russians have destroyed their Port Arthur fleet. BUMOB DENIED. (Scrlpps News Association.) LONDON, May 11.—A Reuters dis pa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 11 May 1904

* - THe SpoKane Press ISssllnao* Bues j Bswnlng tees, t Bansay by Tne Press Publishing CesapanT. _ uu> oat per copy, tit cents per wsaa, twenty-S-re cents per —oath se| ■a per year, delivered by carrier. No tree copies. ■assail Is sis win confer a fervor try promptly reporting all easee of poor or tardy delivery to the ontea. J CM Trans Tstspa—e Mala «Te. Pae—so Best c. The Official Feper of tHe People, Jksstera ofltae: 61 Tribune b-Udtag. New Tork City. Chtoago oMoot tee Bart fare bqtldtns. W. H. Porterfleld. manager of fa«<lgnjs4vertlslaß The Danger in Kissing. A new danger has Been discovered in kissing. The discovery Is made by a scientist, at course. All these deadly dangers in kissing are discovered by scientists. tt is to be assumed that the scientists have faith In their lugubrious theories. But tt need not be presumed that anybody else haa. And scientists themselves, you know, have moments when they cease to be scientists and become human. Whether at theae momenta the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 11 May 1904

SPORTS SCAT — BXXXO.T MAKES 8008 WITH TKB BTTOM SiSSsSS By Stamp Calling. Did you ever notice "Honest John's" head—John J. McCloskey, manager of the Boise ball team? Small, isn't ttt At least It waa. Special wordless communication to some of the thirty-thlrders of Spo kane Intimates that John has bought him a new skyplece covering for his t'tnk tank dome for the brain corral. The reason of all this expenditure on the»part of the foxy manager la a strange and unaccountable en largement about the cranium which some of the bump ticklers of the Ida ho metropolis can not understand. Just after the Spokane series John attempted to hang his lid to the proper place on his anatomy and after pulling at It fiercely he managed to get it over his hair —but It wouldn't stay and sprang off "Jes' like a stolge hnt." ' John was In sore straits, sure. He didn't understand It. In times past he's met with numerous successes, hat never anything like this. It never happened to his head before. McCloskey ...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 11 May 1904

n us GOVERNOR HENRY M'BRIDE, THE REVIEW'S CANDIDATE, LOSES THE GREATEST POLITICAL FIGHT EVER WAGED IN STATE OF WASHINGTON The Spokane Delegation Loses Everything Through Its Loyalty to Mcßride—Stayed By Their Instructions and Went Down to Defeat—Ed Whitson Is Tem porary Chairman. OUR CORRESPONDENTS AND ARTISTS AT THE CONVENTION These are the latest photo graphs of The Press' correspond ents and artists now in Tacoma to give our readers the news of the republican convention. The first of the group is Uncle Henry. He got this name because he is an uncle of Mcßrlde's. (Special to The Press.) TACOMA, Wash., May 11.—Spo kane nailed her flag to the mast and went dow fighting for Mcßrlde and the appointive commission plank. She The delegates arone early. stood unyielding for her hero and re fused to leave him. As a result she was ignored today for the first time In the history of the state. The coun ty which at one time boasted of two United States senators ami one con gressman out of a to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 12 May 1904

LAST illl wnpm rouoin: baxb, wabmbb. WAR IS UNDER GREAT MENTAL STRAIN AND MAY QUIT - The Russians Hay Soon Have an Independent Government—Report of More Fighting at Port Arthur. i- . ; CZAR UHDEB MENTAL ■THAT*. (Scrlpps News Association.) LIVERPOOL, May 12.—The Post asserts today that dispatches have reached London to the effect that the csar Is suffering from great mental depression nnd desires to abdicate. The reports purport to come from high quarters In St. Petersburg. This 1 report of the czar's desire to abdl ' cnte, stating that he wishes to grant the common people a part in the gov ernment nnd distrusts his ministers and the reports of his commanders In the field, is thought here to Indi cate that the czar's nerves are badly ehattcred nnd that he Is drifting from pillar to post. It Is admitted in high quarters that no sensational move that the czar might make would as tonish London officials. Bulletins from St. Petersburg are being watch ed now with equal Interest as those f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 12 May 1904

-1 THe Spohane Press f*bH»',»d Cverj Kvealng Kxcept Sunday by The Kress Publishing Compear. scsurw snri agsomaTiow nmun mmmirtom. uu oat per copy six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or It gee year, detliied toy carreer. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor or tardy delivery te the office. «c Preat avsaua. wslopasas Mala STB. fostosece »am «■ THe Official Paper of tHe People, Masters office: H Tribune building. New York City! Chicago offlee: IS* Hartford building W. H. Porterfleld. manager of -'orelgn advertising From Ditcher to Governor. The door of opportunity In this country is not closed to poor boys. In ■buice the career of J. Frank Hanly, nominated laat week for governor of Indiana. Hanly started In life as a ditcher. In the region of Homer, 111., where the writer first knew him. he took contracts for the tile ditching and did the work himself. While working at this man's task young Hanly fitted himself for school t...

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