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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 11 December 1907

KINGOSCAR IS DEAD MONARCH OF SWEDEN HAD LONG ILLNESS. HAD YIELDED THRONE TO HIB SON, CROWN PRINCE GUBTAVE. Stockholmn, Dec. 8. —King Oscar died at #:15 Sunday. Members of the royal family and the chief representatives of the Swedish church In Stockholmn were at the bed side. The king has been ill for sev eral years. He suffered first from facial paralysis. Then he became a victim ot Insomnia. Symptoms of acute kidney trouble recently ap peared. When Oscar yielded the reins of power to his son, Crown Prince Gus tavo, as regent, a week ago, It was announced he sought only a short rest and would soon resume the crown. Now it is believed he fully realized his condition and had no idea he would ever take up the scepter again. For a monarch King Oscar has played his part on a comparatively small stage. Many Europenan states men place him, however, high among the sovereigns of his time. In per sonal accomplishments he was easily foremost. He wrete well in prose and verse, knew many languag...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 11 December 1907

WASHINGTON STATE JOURNAL « "—— i BnbKrlpilon price, 11.50 per jear; ■ixmomna, 11.00. No subMrtptlon taken lor 1 lee* then six months. Application made for Entry as second class mail matter 1 PI'BLISHGD WEEKLY BY 1 JOURNAL-HKROLD PUBLISHINC CO. (INC.) 1 J. M. Bennington, i Editor and Business Manager WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1907. All communications mutt reach this ' office not later than 3 o'clock Monday afternoon. Any communications receive ed after that hour will be left over until the following week, at our forme close Tuesday noon. THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGF. President Roosevelt has a positive and vigorous personality, and his messages to congress are marked by those qualities. He does rot evade or temporize, but comes out squarely and frankly with whatever he has to say. There is no excuse for misun derstanding him. He goes right to the point, and the nation knows ex actly where he stands. Most of the suajects discuussed in his annual message to the present congress have been discu...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 11 December 1907

LOCAL NEWS. NORTHERN PACIFIC TIME TABLE. WEST BOUND. EAST BOUND. No. 3.. I:l3am. No. 6.. 4:35 am. No. 5.. 7:25 am. No. 2. v. 8:32 am. No. 1.. 9:45 am. No. 4.. »:50 pm. No. 15 .. 6:25 pm. No. 16 .. 1:20 pm. J. A. VanAmberg, of Lind in town last week on business. For Sale—A good standing desk (book keepers) in good condition, at Eller's Second Hand Store. Mrs. J. W. Smith, wife ot the prin cipal of the High School, is convalescing from a recent indisposition. All kinds df plain sewing done by Mrs. J. H. Chandler, cor. 6th and D streets opposite German M. E. church, Ritz ville. 12-11-18 In another column we pdblish a com parative statement of the Ritzville Na tional Banks. It is well worth reading. Look it up. O. G. Harding a farmer living south J of town, came to town today, and he is ' now arranging to go with his family to California for a few months. W. C. Reeder visited with his family in Spokane a few days last week. He is putting in most of his time in Ritz ville now in an affor...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 11 December 1907

THE GIRL WITH , A MILLION ? w * By D. C. Murray CHAPTER IL— (Continued.) "The carriage is ready, dear," said An gela, laying a hand upon her uncle's arm. Fraser bowed with a flourish, and she could scarcely do less than respond. "One of those Home Hula fellows?" asked the major, as he took up the reins. "Don't like 'em. Traitors, the lot of *em. w The groom and his master sat side by side, and Maskelyne and Angela had the interior of the carriage to themselves. "It la a real pleasure to be here," said the young man as the carriage rolled al6ng, with wood on one side and river en the other. He looked about him on the landscape, which seemed to doze in the warm light, but his glance returned to Angela. "I was afraid that I shouldn't be able to come, for my lawyers cabled to me twice to call me home again, but I managed to gat the business throup without crossing. I wouldn't have missed coming for all the lawyers in New York!" "You will find us a little dull here," aaid Angela. "The fi...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 11 December 1907

Socialism I Department I Conducted Under the Auspices of the Socialist Party of the United States. Wots.—This paper <1 »es not advocate So cialism. but gives its claim publicly as a matter of public lnten-st and growing Im portance. CAPITALISM IS KING. The Money Lord, Not the Warrior, It the Master of the World. The fact Hiat the capitalist and not the warrior is the modern master of the world lias been emphasized by the recent visit <>f Andrew Carnegie to the emperor << Germany. The emperor personally «•«» ducted the great steel manufacturer and philanthropist over his own personal industrial properties, and the canity Scotchman was vastly interested at inspecting the great por celain factory and the farms at Ca dinen, in east Prussia. The emperor, prouder of his success as a business man even than his much vaunted ability as a military commander, personally loses no oppor tunity to advance his own business in terests. It is said that at every court festival he l»esi...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 11 December 1907

PROFESSIONAL DR. F. R. BURROUGHS Physician and Surgeon OFFICE—Second St.. bet. D and E RITZVILLE. Wash. C. W. BICE, M. D. Physician and Surgeon OFFICE—Second floor Gritman Block. Phone 323. Night calls promptly attended to from office. RITZVILLE - - WASH. DR. DAVID A. HEWIT Physician and Surgeon All calls answered, day or night. Office—First National Bank Building C Street, Ritzville, Wash. C. E. Abegglen, D. 0., Osteopathic Phislcian, Makes a specialty of the diseases of women and children. Calls answered pay or night, Office next door to Carnegie Library. Ritzville, Washington. DR JOHN JOHNSTON Physician RosenolT Building RITZVILLE, WASH. 0. R. HOLCOMB Attorney and Counselor at Law Will practice in all the U. S. Courts and departments and all Washington Courts. Office—Ritzville, Wash. c. w. RATHBUN Prosecuting Attorney of Adams County. Office: Court house, RITZVILLE. Wash, G. E. LOVELL EDWARD A. DAVIS - LOVELL & DAVIS Lawyers Notary Public • ft* - J. C. MOGAN. Attorney at Law ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 11 December 1907

BANK GET THE CASH t GREAT INCREASE OF READY MONEY. % TREASURY STATEMENT SHOWB TOTAL GOLD IN COUNTRY TO BE $1,561,714,719. New York, Dec. 10.—The events of ' the last week In the financial world have been such a 9 usually mark the . gradual return of confidence and the restoration of normal conditions In the banks. The decision of the secretary of the treasury to Issue only about - *40,000,000 of the *150,000,000 In new securities which he expressed a will ingness to issue if conditions required; the disclosure of unusually strong re ( serves by country banks reporting to the comptroller of the treasury; the decline In the currency premium, and the Improvement In the New York bank statement have all been features • of the week which have tended toward stability and reassurance. The action of the secretary of the t treasury In limiting the issues of se curities was a part of the original plan recommended to him to meet the situ ation by a resolute and adequate meas ' ure, but to carry...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 11 December 1907

Cut Glass, China and Crockery SECOND FLOOR ON the above dates our entire stock of Dress Goods, Suitings, Velvets and Silks will be on sale at the Greatest Reduction ever made on our entire stock of Fashionable Worsted Fabrics. Read carefully every item listed below—every one is good, and few women in Ritzville can afford to miss the opportunities that are here presented to them. Don't fail to come early in order to reap all the benefits that can be obtained at this sale. 35c Half- Wool Plaids These goods are very desirable for school dresses, Waists and Shirt Waist Suits. Dark and medium shades. Regular price 35c yd; sale price, . . . ZOC Black Dress Goods on Sale Several new weaves in fine imported Dress Goods on sale as follows: $2 50 quality; sale price, . . $1.88 $2.25 . . $1.69 $2.00 . $1.50 $1.75 . $1.31 $1.50 " " " . $1.13 ALL OTHER GRADES 1-4 OFF. Bath Robe Flannels Double-faced Bath Robe Flannels, extra heavy, with fancy border, for trimming. Regular price 65c. CO Sale pric...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 19 December 1907

WASHINGTON STATE JOURNAL VOLUME X RITZVILLE, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY DECEMBER 19. 1907 NUMBER 50 - . . ■ ~ £** • ■ >- - ---— • --

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 19 December 1907

Free R. R. fare to Outside Patrons In order to secure some of your Holiday Trade within a radius of 40 miles, on purchases of $50.00 worth of goods, or more, we will pay your Railroad fare both ways and prepay the freight on the goods to your town. DON'T MISS THIS CHANCE. TO THE HOLIDA Y TRADE Fine Leather Chairs Extension Tables $10.00 to $30.00 Carpets, Linoleums, Rugs New stock Carpets just arrived, per yd. 1 .70 Linoleums, latest ACr £ 1 HC patterns, per yard Od ip I Rugs of all Sizes and Various Prices Call and inspect these fine goods before making your Holiday purchases. We are sure you will be pleased with the styles, and you will find the prices absolutely right. A Complete Line of Saddlery, Etc. We carry a Complete line of Saddles, Harness, Whips, Horse Blankets, Fine Lap Robes, Sleigh Bells, Team Chimes Schapps, Martingales, etc., and with the large Stock we carry we can give you the very best prices. JOHN F. IRBY & CO. The UendinK Hjirdwnre and Furniture Store RITZVI...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 19 December 1907

America's Most Memorable Christmas. ■y ROBERTUS LOVE. [Copyright. 1907, by Roberta* Lov«.] THE moat memorable Chrlatmaa In American blstory was that of 1T76, the day on which Wash lnfton crossed the Delaware. Am a matter of fact, Washington and hi* army crossed the Delaware four tinea during that same month, but It was the crossing on Christmas night that made vivid history. The picture of "Washington Crossing the Dela ware," framed as a colored cbroino or a black and white print, has been fa miliar to two generations of Ameri can*. But hotv many of us know just why, how and where Washington j crosssd the Delaware, what (tearing that movement had upon the destiny i of America, who painted the famous picture from which the familiar chromos are made and where the origi nal oil painting may be seen today ? Driven from Long Island and New Tork across "the Jerseys." Washing ton's dAfutsd 11111 j Itrrnn jras pursued closely by tbe British un der CornwalllH. Washington reached Trentoo Dec....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 19 December 1907

Chef "By DAV/J rHACy. [Copyright, 1907, by C. N. Lurie.] ID you get one. John?" ■ ■ Mrs. Botsford spoke eager- ly. almost hysterically. "Yes; I sent her round to ;the kitchen entrance." "Can she cook?" "She is neat aud very nice looking." Mr. Botsford temporized defensively. "She says she can do every kind of housework from up garret to down cel lar." "But can she cook—fancy dishes, 1 mean?" "She says that she had quite a repu tation at home for plain, wholesome -cooking, and she is willing to learn. I told her what you wanted." Mrs. Botsford dropped upon a stool, her eyes filling "Oh, John," she ejaculated, "it's 11 •o'clock now. and Cousin Edward's fian cee is coming at 3 o'clock to stay until Saturday, and she and Edward and some of her people will he here for ■Christmas dinner tomorrow, and you .know I have never seen the girl or any •of them. We must have things nice. The girl's worth a clear million In her own right. Oh. John, why need our cook get sick at such a time and"— Mr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 19 December 1907

Christmas Gift Giving Shall we abolish Christmas? The day of hallowed joy is becoming a day of sordid expenditure Jand dread, we are told by the eastern writers, and the active powers that are on the trail of all our extravagant taxation may fairly consider whither are we tend ing. Of course, our Puritan ancesters foresaw this. The pagan tendency, as the pagan origin of the day was duly considered by them and its grand festivities held ever in abeyance to the thanksgiving celebration, which they more securely fathered. More over, that society would effectually take the day out of their hands and, with forms and edicts more binding than the laws of the Medes and Per sians, determine the na'ure of its observance they .shrewdly divined. So now the expected has happened, and a nation like the Greeks, "bear ing gifts,'' presents itself as the main spectacle for the Christmas festival; only, unlike the wise and happy Greeks the gifts are so ill proportioned or perfunctory that the very en...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 19 December 1907

THE GIRL WITIP A MILLION 0 <* By D. C. Murray CHAPTER lll.—(Continued.) T%e Levantine advanced, halted before the trio, and raised his hat. "I beg you to pardon my Intrusion," he said, speaking in Qerman to Fraser. "You were good enough to help mo once before. I have a postcard here which I cannot read. Will you be so kind as to translate it for me?" N Fraser graciously took the postcard and translated it into German. A Brus sels chemist wrote that one or two of the ingredients in the prescription for warded to him by Mr. Athanos Zeno were not commonly used in Belgium, and that he had been compelled to send to England for thsm. The prescription would be made up and forwarded in a day or two. Mr. Athanos Zeno raised his hat once more and accepted the proffered postcard from Fraser's fingers, professing his in finite obligatiou. He had received the prescription some years ago from an Eng lish physician whom he had mat at Ber lin. It had always done him a great deal of good. He was ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 19 December 1907

WILL. HELP MINERS' FAMILIES. Already $50,000 Hi* Been Subscribed —Need $200,000 to Supply Needy Poor. Fairmont, W. Va., Deo. 17.—The permanent relief committee headed by <JoTernor William O. Dawson, to pro vide for the widows and orphans In distress through the explosion at the mines of the Fairmont Coal company at Monongah, bus prepared an appeal for funds that Is being sent to chambers of commerce and kindred organizations all over the country. All newspapers are urged to aid to ward the work by receiving contribu tions, acknowledging them through their columns and sending them to the treasurer. "Fully 250 widows and 1000 children are left without any means of support. A* near as can be determined, $50,000 from all sources has been subscribed. Upon the basis of >300 for each widow and $100 for each child under 16 years of age, $176,000 will be required. At least $25,000 will be necessary to pro vide, on relatively the same basis, for the aggregated dependents of the un marri...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 19 December 1907

SALE BEGINS FRIDAY, DEC. 20th And Continues to WEDNESDAY, JAN. Ist Ten Days of Terrific Price Cutting DEC. 201 h to JAN. Ist Price reduction the equal of which you have never seen in Ritzville. Profits are now thrown to the winds. We are more than satisfied with our year's business and in order that we may show our appreciation for the prosperous year we have just had we have cut our prices severely so that all may share in this great event. We know of no better way of making our friends a good Christmas Present than this direct saving of dollars and cents on almost every purchase made between now and January Ist. SALE BEGINS FRIDAY, DEC. 20th and CONTINUES UNTIL JAN. Ist One 1 hird Off on Women's Coats 1-2 Price - - Women's Tailored Suits and Short Jackets at - - 1-2 Price Women's Shirt Waists 33 1-3 OFF Big Price Reduction Throughout The Entire Store 33a Per Cent Discount We cut the price of Women's, Misses' and Children's Coats by one-third. 33 1-3 per cent discount, on our very ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 19 December 1907

LOCAL NEWS. NORTHERN PACIFIC TIME TABLE. WEST BOUND. EAST BOUND. No. 3.. I:l3am. No. 6.. 4:35 am. No. 5.. 7:25 am. No. 2.. B:32am. No. 1/. 9:45 am. No. 4.. B:sopm. No. 15 .. 6:25 pm. No. 16 .. 1:20 pm. Merry Christmas to all. Jonh F. Irby was a Spokane visitor last Friday. Keen Kutter pocket knives for boys at John F. Irby & Co's. J. M. Renward of Lind was in the city Monday on business. Mrs. Georgia Johnson has moved, with her family, to Spokane. R. S. Hamilton, the Lind Attorney, was in town on husinss Monday. Jonh Brown, the Spokane real estate man, is in town on a brief business trip. J. A. VanAmberg, the Lind well driller, was in town last Monday. Ho drove in. Manager Scholes, of the "Fair ' store, was a business visitor in Spokane last Monday. For Sale - A good standing desk (book keepers) in good condition, at Eller's Second Hand Store. Mr. Widner, a prominent rancher of the Hatton country, was here on a brief business trip last week. Hiner Dorman,the big rancher from the...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 19 December 1907

NORTHWEST NEWS ITEMS PRESS CULUNGS FOR OUR BUSY READERS ABOUT PEOPLE IN MONTANA, IDAHO, WASHINGTON AND OREGON. WASHINGTON STATE NEWS. Taooma flour mills have advanced the price of bran and shorts $1 a ton. The next convention of the Wash ing toa State Federation ef Laber will be held at Tacoma January 8. Attributing the loss to the inability or unwilliagness of the railroads to supply cars, C. E. Nosier, lecai man ager far thu Blaleok Fruit company at Walla Walla, declared that that concern bad suffered a loss ef between $18,00# and $20,000 during the season past. j Francis B. Clarke baa bee* appoint ed president of the Portland & Seattle railroad. I The citizens of Rosalia are gratified to find that the flow ef water which had been struck in the Rosalia Water company's well stands the test. Water is being pumped at the rate of 100,000 gallons a day without reducing the flow. Representative wheat dealers, ship pers and exporters ot the Pacific northwest went on raoerd before the...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 19 December 1907

SAfSTAFT IS THE MAN CHICAGO AMERICAN IS SURE HE'LL WIN. CLAIMED THAT HE HAB 256 VOTES OUT OF 489 TO NOMINATE. The Chicago Examiner says: Secretary William H. Taft can al most read his title clear to the repub lican nomination for president, If the forecasts of the political leaders are reliable. Dispatches to the Examiner from the leaders, of 11 states and one territory have declared for Taft. The states thai have declared for the president's political executor are Arkansas, Louisiana, Missouri, North and South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, Massachusetts, Arizona, Maryland, Alabama and Florida. Of course, the declarations have only been by com mitteemen and other leaders, and there is many a slip between the prophecy and the fulfilment. The prophecies, however, give Secre tary Taft 256 votes In a convention that will take 489 to nominate. Grant ing that he will also get the 46 votes of his own state, Ohio, he will have 302, and further granting that now that he has killed the Cortelyou...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal. — 19 December 1907

WASHINGTON STATE JOURNAL Nbictl|Uoi Brtoo.tUM per year: ninogui, 11.00. No aubocrtptton taken lor low than ill month*. Entered aa aecond-cfa»s matter November 20. 1907, at the post office at Ritaville. Washington, under the Act of Convretts of March 3, 1879. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JOURNAL-HEROLD PUBLISHINC CO. (INC.) J. M. Bennington, Editor and Business Manager THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1907. All communications mutt reach this office not later than 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Any communications receiv ed after that hour will be left otter until the following week, as our forms close Wednesday noon. I AFRAID TO LET GO. , Back east we hear complaints on j the part of men of business because of l a failure of retailers to discount their c bills with their accustomed promtness. , Those who have always been accustom- c ed to pay their bills right on the notch s are taking thirty and sixty days now. , The reason for this is that the retail- \ ers themselves find it hard to collect i on their ...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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