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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 4 December 1903

POSIIII FRAUDS [IPOSED HAVE EXTENDED OVER A PERIOD OF TEN YEARS. President Roosevelt Issued a State ment Condemning the Corrup.t Prac tices and Says the Guilty Will Be Punished to Fullest Extent of Law Millions of Dollars Were Btolen. Washington, Nov. 30—President Roosevelt has given out for publica tion memoranda concerning the cor rupt practices obtaining in the post office department. Gross corruption, he says, is uncovered by the investi gation which has been under way for many months. Some of the men ar rested for corruptness are now beyond the reach of the law, because of the statute of limitations, a fact President Roosevelt deplores, but others are still within the reach of the law, and it is the intention of the department of justice to vigorously prosecute every man, of , high or low degree, against whom evidence can be obtained. That the president is satisfied the startling disclosures of stupendous frauds, as outlined in the report of Fourth As sistant Postmaster General...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 4 December 1903

iii bit ran a Mm JOHN ALEXANDER DOWIE IS TROUBLED. Federal Courts Take Possession of All property Controlled by "Elijah" and His Host —Hard Pressed by Credi tors—Assets Between Twenty and Thirty Millions—Suits Pending. Chicago, Dec. 3.—Financial difficul ties, which began during the crusade of John Alexander Dowie, the self styled "Elijah II.," and his restora tion host to New York, a month ago, an d which have been rapidly increas ing since Dowie's return, culminated In the federal courts taking posses sion of all the property controlled by Dowie in Zion City, Ills. This town, which was founded two years ago by Dowie, has a population of over 10,000, is the general headquarters for Dowie's church, and is said to repre sent an expenditure of over $20,000,- 000. Fred H. Blount, cashier of the Chi cago National bank, and Albert D. Currier, a law partner of Congress man Boutell, were appointed receivers of the property. Their bonds were fixed at $100,000 by Judge Kohlsaat of the United...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 4 December 1903

A Select Undenominational Christian School at Kenuewick, Wash. ®cet in ij {f»tH ci 11 tic t Opens Jan. sth. UNIVERSITY TRAINED FACULTY. CLASSICAL, SCIENTIFIC & SPECIAL COURSES eeoo&oo* Academy Kmanuel solicits your inquiry and fyll information will gladly and promptly be given when addressing the President or calling at the Academy. MRS CAROLINE KLITTEN, President (SolnmMa (Oouvicv O. Editor Jnblislavd Every Friday at Kenne wick, Washington TKiIXJS OF SUBSCRIPTION OjU' Yeai;, in Advance - - Mix M.tr.tiiM - .75 Jyiiree Months .... .50 verl ltd 1.1 £ IV'ites Ijynown Upon Application Tl#E CO&.UM.BJ.A COUKIKR Lh entered as second class matter at postottlce in Krnnrwick, Wash. Hairs of the city of North Yakima and the county are to investigated by a grand This is the decision reached by j over a <Jj/.en lading business nieu North Yakima after go ing over the situation thorough Iy. A petition has been drawn yp and signatures 9J}tailed and as soon as Judge Rjidkin re turns f...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 4 December 1903

r~ s kennewickles I 1 . \V. A. Morai-i u receiving large quantities of Christmas goods. For Sale— 3 good work horses ats2s each. Inquire at this office. C. W. Jessup was over from his homestead Saturday. Two carloads of barbed wire will shortly arrive at the Keunewick {hardware Co. C. H. Putnam has just finished puttiug Up a lot of furniture for the tennewick Hardware Company. /vro(. Lyman of Whitman Col r lege will hold services at the con gregation j1 chapel Sunday. Daniel Boyd went to Spokane Sunday returning Tuesday morn ing. Mrs. Wm. Keefer has been quite ill of late, but is reported im proving. The Keunewick Land Company last week bought 40 acres of land three miles from lowii in sectitMf . C. Lundy is out in Horse Heaven with a gang of men stringing wires ayound 1000 acres. A. H. Richards has about com-' pleted leveling his five r.cres in the ' Kennewiek Gardens, A Christmas tree will be a ffcat- j ore of the exercises at the Congre- j gational ch?f£i Christmas eve. j Program...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 4 December 1903

on mi 11 in AT LEABT 300 FIBHING JUNKS OFF BWATOW. For Days Disabled Craft Drift Around, Occupants Suffering Greatly — Cruisers to Rescue Pick Up Bcores of Men, but Sight the Wreckage of Numerous Vessels. Victoria, B. C., Dec. 1. —Advices were received from South Cliina by the Athenian of the loss of thousands of lives as a result of the destruction of several hundred fishing junks in a typhoon off Swatow. The havoc was awful when the gple swept down on the Chinese vessels, masts were brok en, rudders carried away, sails ripped and general destruction rife. For days numbers of disabled Junks drifted helplessly about, their occu pants suitering greatly from extreme thirst and hunger. The Hong Kong government tender Stanley rescued a number, picked up eight junks and took 122 men off ves sels that were abandoned. The Stan ley then returned to the rescue, for the saved fishermen |reported that there were 400 junks fishing off Swa tow when the typhoon came on Novem ber 8. From the Stanl...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 4 December 1903

Home-Mail* llu.kinic Table. it 19 not an easy task to lmndlo a ■hock of corn and got It Into a posi tion where the corn inny bo husked Mdllr and with the lcußt expense or " llor The Illustration shows a table «hlch may he readily made of cheap Liber, and which will materially I Men the labor of corn husking. The able may be nindc of materlal nu luch rtlck and three inches wide. The top of the table Is ton feet long a three feet wide. End pieces are arranged BO that they may lie used for Mndlcs. and the logs, which are two . t and three Indies long, are bolted to the side pieces so they will swing. In using the table swing the legs to gules and lay the table flat on to HOME-MADE HUSKING TABLE. the ground, rush the shock of corn o»er on the table, have a man take hold of either end by the handles, and the legs will drop down and the shock la easily raised and In a position where it may be easily handled. The cost of the table Is small and Its use will save both time and strength.—lndi...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 4 December 1903

OREGON NOTES. It Is announced that W. W. Whipple, a capitalist of Astoria, will erect a hotel in Portland. Promoter W. C. Morris, aided by farmers of Gilliam county, is planning to build a railroad 40 miles from Arl ington, on the O. R. & N. to Condon, the county seat. Abe Logan, the Indian, who, with Albert Martin, was indicted and tried for the murder of U. S. Grant, an In dian justice of the of the Siletz reservation, has been acquitted of the crime. Bonanza, a small town 25 mlleß east of Klamath Falls, was the scene of a tragedy recently. Two Indian boys, aged 13 years, were arrested for drunkenness and placed in the Jail. Unguarded, the youths managed to set fire to the building with the evident Intention of thus gaining their free- ABSOLUTE SECURITY. Genuine Carter's Little Liver Pills. Must Bear Signature of See Pec-fltalle Wnpptf Beiew. Uratfaimw I littkaMMcn fUOTrD'cl nllßUlum bAKI tl\p m dizziness* ■mu' nil BiuoiiSNESt. ■ IVFR FOR TORPID IIVER. I Pill's FOR CONSTIPATIO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 11 December 1903

COLUMBIA COURIER. VOL. 11. NO. 43. "Gold Top" Bottled Beer Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars. Olympia Bottled Beer. Best in the market. " The Merchan " HAWKINS & WILKIE, Proprs. Second street. Kennewick. " H. E. BEACH, Lively. Feed and Sale Stable. Draying and delivering promptly attended to. Furnishes good rigs and saddle horses. Horses stabled and cared for. ::::::::: KENNEWICK, .... WASH. Robert Gerry, Leading dealer in . . . Dry Goods Groceries.... Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Flour and Feed Largest stock —Lowest prices. Front street, KENNEWICK. WHEN YOU COME TO TOWN Don't Forget TO CALL AT THE STORE OF Johnson AND Fullerton We have everything in the line of ' Generals- Merchandise Fresh goods —New stock. Prices to suit everyone. KENNEWICK KENNEWICK, WASHINGTON. FIJI DAY, DECEMBER 11, 1903. IIS ID MB NEWS PROPERTIES HAVE SETTLED DOWN TO WINTER'S WORK. Items of Interest Gathered During the Past Week—B. C. Mines Busy— Show Up Well—Electric Power in Coeur d'Alene District—Accide...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 11 December 1903

PANAMA KIM I PIOI LIFE OF GENERAL HUERTAS IS THREATENED. Four Army Officials From Colombia Charged With Trying to Persuade Garrison at Panama to Revolt— Were Promptly Apprehended—They Declare It Is Spite Work. Through a letter the Panama gov ernment has discovered what is al leged to have been a plot against the lite of General liucrtas, commander in chief of the forces of the reuublic of Panama, and an effort on till part of army onicials to persuade the gar rison at Panama to revolt. If such a plot really, existed it was promptly nipped in thb bud by the appreheifsiou at Panama of four alleged conspira tors, who were immediately* orougtit under guard to Colon and shipped hence to Port Limon. The prisoners were all botti lu the interior of Colombia, and have been on the isthmus for years. They wert> members of the Cblomulan battleship which gave its support to the new gov ernment when the republic was forifl ed, and which was commanded by Gen eral liuertas. They all took the oat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 11 December 1903

no « ii sum aN8 WER TO ROOSEVELT'S LET ter on postal scandal. 8 ,y g He was Never Given a Chance, to Defend Himself of Charges—He Will Refute Them—The "Gross Sor ruption" Sentence Stings Former Counsel for Postoffice Department. Washington, Dec. B.—James N. Tyner, who was assistant attorney general for the postoffice department until dismissed on account of matters connected with the postoffice affairs, haß Ben t the following to President Roosevelt: .•Washington, Dec. B—To the President— Sir: In your official state ment as president of the United States, addressed to the American re public in connection with the report of Fourth Assistant Postmaster Gen eral Bristow on the alleged postal frauds, you make certain statements concerning my supposed connection therewith, which I take the liberty of answering in order that it may prop erly go upon your official records. do not desire in accepting your good faith or sincerity in accepting the conclusions of your subordinate, Mr. Bristow,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 11 December 1903

A Select Umlttiiomiiiatiomil Christian School at Konupwick, Wash. Clccibell1 ij & m amicf OOOCCOCC Opens Jail. sth. 190*. UNIVERSITY TRAINED FACULTY. ■CLASSICAL, SCIENTIFIC & SPECIAL COURSES Academy Kmanuel solicits your inquiry ami full information will gladly and promptly be gi.ven when addressing-the President 01" calling at the Academy. MRS CAROLINE KLITTEX, President She (Sohuulria (Courier C. (>. ANDERSON, Kctitor Kvery Friday at Kenne wick, Washington VKftMK OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year, in Advance - - $1.50 Mi* M.uith* .... .75 Montits - .50 Advertwiiiß Rates Ma«le Known Upon application Tick Columbia Courikr {h enf»Mv<l :<s second class matter at ihe pofctottlce iit Kknnkwick, Wash. After a hotly contested elec tion at North Yakima, the Citi zen ticket headed by O. A. Feci] ter' was olected with but one ex .ception, 1 Herbert Spencer, the great English philosopher and writer died recently. Withjhini pas ses away the last, of the four thinkers of the Victorian a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 11 December 1903

! KfiNNEWICKLES j For Sale— 3 t?°®d WOl<k Howes t| 25 ,eaeli. Inquire at this office. j N. Scott went to Xortli Y.aki m Sunday on a visit. " Jilegaiit patent leather -.shoes art R. Gerry's. Fancy groceries and dainty table delicate* at R. Gerry. H. C. Mitchem has been appoint- constable of this precinct. John Black was down from the Jower Yakima Thursday. Harry Yau Horn was over from hisranch on the lower Yakima Fri day. Mr. Faquhar., representing .the Vakima Republic, spent Thursday ' it Kennewick. Mes«ers. Rudow & Fullerton (Kent out geese hunting Sunday, and Rufus bagged three birds H. A. Bier has commenced build ing his residence As soon as it is completed he will bring his family { here. George Callahan went to Seattle jthe other day where be will spend I'- jhe winter. He expects to return in the spring. GotoJ. F. Schakkr, the Seat lie barl>er, for artistic shaving and Jtair cutting. Laundry office in connection. The M. M. vS. netting for rabbit and poultry fencing wi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 11 December 1903

PRESIDEIi'S MESSAGE KID ONE OF THE SHORTEST EVER SENT TO CONGRESS. Panama Canal Project One of His Moat Prominent Topics—Says All Obstacles Have Been Removed— American Navy Growing—Postal Frauds Mentioned. Washington, Dec. B.—The presi dent's message was read Monday. It is a document covering 36 large type set pages, aggregating at least 20 col umns of an average sized newspaper. The president first makes a historical review, showing that in 1846 our gov ernment entered into a treaty with New Granada, the predecessor upon the Isthmus and of the present Repub lic of Panama, by which treaty right of way across the Isthmus was grant ed. Roosevelt, after calling attention to the action of Colombia, last spring, in breaking the treaty, reports a long list of 63 riots and political disturb ances on the isthmus in 67 years. He concludes: "The experience of half a century has shown Colombia to be utterly In capable of keeping order on the Isth mus. Only the active interference of the United...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 11 December 1903

A HamiJ Hob Bcaff'tld. Bo y visits to many farm houses tWi country I noted many hoiue ,4e scaffold" on which to hang hogs ®T tbey are killed and scalded, but one Shown In accompanying figure . i use myself, I consider as Iludf ana practical as any. It can be ™ved anywhere, even In the simoke „so, and if niade out of good j timber und painted, it will last a Jletime. It bold flve Lo « s U 300 pounds each. One can buy Ave large hooks, or . gTC q blacksmith make them, at a T ery smnll cost; these are to hook over ♦be beam, A, on which to ham; the hoes- Tbe tol ' P lt,oe ' A - 18 n chwtaut icantUng. 2x4 in. and 0 ft. 10 in. lung; this piece has two mortise* 3 Inches from center, as shown In cut The two upright pieces, B, are hardwood scant lings, 2x4 In. and 5 ft. 8 in. long. These have a mortise at the top 2 Inches wide and 4 inohr* deep; also t mortise at bottom 1 Inch derp and 4 inches long. These pieces also have , mortise 1%x1% In., 2 ft B In. from tenter to the upper end, for the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 11 December 1903

ARBITRATE LABOR DIBPUTEB. Chicago Man Suggests Creation of a National Tribunal. Chicago.—The creation of a national arbitration tribunal, named by the president, to which shall be submitted all disputes between capital and labor, is the aim of Volney W. Foster. He has da-awn up a bill, copies of which have been sent to leading business men, manufacturers and labor lead ers, with a request that they suggest such amendments as they deem neces sary to make the bill, if enacted into law, as effective as possible. The bill provides for a commission of six members, at a salary of $8,000 a year, with the secretary of com merce and labor as an ex-offlcio mem ber and chairman. The members are not to accept per quisites aside from their salaries un der a penalty of a fine of $500, 10 years" imprisonment, or both. The headquarters of the tribunal are to be in Washington. The propos ed bill provides that the tribunal de termine all cases either in the affirm ative or negative on the claims of b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 18 December 1903

COLUMBIA COURIER. VOL- II- NO - 44> "Gold Top" Bottled Beer | Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars. Olympia Bottled Beer. Best in the market. "The Merchan" HAWKINS & WILKIE, Proprs. Second street. Kennewick. " H. E. BEACH, Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, Draying and delivering promptly attended to. Furnishes good rigs and saddle horses. Horses stabled and cared for. ::::::::: KENNEWICK, .... WASH. Robert Gerry, Leading dealer in . . . Dry Goods Groceries.... Qothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Flour and Feed Largest stock—Lowest prices. Front street, WHEN YOU COME TO TOWN Don't Forget TO CALL AT THE BTORE OF Johnson AND^~- Fullerton We have everything in the line of Generals- Merchandise Fresh goods—New stock. Prices to suit everyone. KENNEWICK KENNEWICK, WASHINGTON, FIIIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1903. BOCK'S ill INTERIOR DEPARTMENT SHOWS PECULIAR STATE OF AFFAIRS. Northwest States Occupy a Prominent Part of Report—Alleged Frauds Un der Public Land Laws Being Inves tigated—Over a Million Acres of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 18 December 1903

Mm mis slim CULLED FROM DISPATCHEB O THE ASSOCIATED PREBB. A Review of Happenlnge In Bo'.h Eastern and Western Hemiepheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Persona Evente Tersely Told. A letter received by Victoria, B. C. I seuieib 11 um japitu saya lue Japanese! settling buuuuuui fjuinoiu Aiaru uua beeu iusi wilu ail nauUß. Coiowuiau uoops aimer some severe uu luu xili'uio river, toui tliouaauu mure warriors Biaried oui, luuu letuiueu to Uogota. l_oru uieu iu tue Larlboisie hospital ui rails reeeuuy Hum ueart Canure biougui uu by lue suock vi a u. >u o obttii a oi a resiauiaut. The alate uepa'riiuent has beeu in formed mat uuai steps uave beeu taa eu lor lue loruiauou 01 a peiuiaueui repuuiicau toriu 01 government lu i'au aina. buuuay, for the first time this wiu ter, lue transportation laciiiues ou the Cmcago runroau systems were more or ieaß crippled by a heavy tail of BUOW. benous charges against Consul Gen erai Oliver J. n.ugues at Coburg, Uer inany, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 18 December 1903

||E FATAL WRECKS OB TWELVE persons lose their lives, several injured. P #|gen ger Train Derailed Near Albia, lowa, While on a Bridge—Cars Piled Up and Burned—Two Engines Over turned Near Piedmont, W. Va.— Freights Collide Near Adel, lowa. Ottumwa, la., Dec. 14.—Five per lonfl were killed and 10 injured in a wrec k on the Chicago, Burlington & Quiucy road, three miles west of Al bia, lowa. The westbound passenger train was in some manner derailed while running on to the Cedar creek bridge and live cars were wrecked by collision with the steel girders of the bridge. The wreckage immediately took fire and several of the victims were badly burned. The dead: Mrs. W. E. Mitchen, Albia, killed in wreck. Mildred Mitchen, three years old, burned to death. Thomas Beatty, killed in wreck of Bmoking car. .—. Franklin and unknown man- Just what caused the accident is a mystery. As soon as the engineer no ticed there was something wrong he applied the airbrake, but was unable to stop the trai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 18 December 1903

JNNYSIDE s /gest Irrigated .District in the Beautiful and Fertile I YAKIMA VALLEY /ttlE WASHINGTON IRRIGATION CO. offers for sale iands suited to the production of frligh Grade .CROPS of Diversified CHARACTER .SOnjprising fruits, grasses, hops, vegetables and garden .truck of all kinds, a country of intensive farming and h&iiitiful homes. JRfiw Lands $60.00 to $9o.a.xj j>er acre according to location WITH WATER RIGHT Terms: One-fifth down, balance iu 5 years at 6 per ceiit. •These Lands are all watered .by ike GREAT SfINNYSIDE CANAL For particulars, inquire of or write to WASHINGTON IRRIGATION CO., Zillah, Wash. . fle&tlMntia toww Q. ,Q. ANDJJRSON,' E4ito.r JSwff Friday at -Kenne wiek, WtpliiDgton TKH.MH OF SUBSCRIPTION .One >"e«r, l|i AdvulK" ■ • f | i 0 Ji jljt Months (Three .Mouths r ' 50 l|»ing Rates Made Known Upon Application lUik Columbia Couhirk l* cute rati nil second class matter at poetnfllce In Wash. PETITION FOR INCORPORATION, jta the Matter of the Incorpo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 18 December 1903

KENN^wrcivHRS jj. vwas -over from forth -Vakima the % first of the reek* . i\ JV ' Buy your toys afid Christmas pods ofHunt & Hayncs Mercan ileCo-T • H.ijp.vKay and wife Of Takoa it visiting Mr. and Mrs. Amos ohnsoti. • • a;.. From noivv on we wfhl have fresh gtad i,constantly on hand.—R. Jerry''' , Thr,Kennewick Hardware s making a tin roof .for W. W. Iwan*®* . •*» ***« * lfwnes, the milliner, is inxious to«close out <her winter hats below coat. ' ' ' * ' " I D. of Spokane is here tffeife a look at the country with view of locating or invest ing hSffc.:'/ • children of Mr. and iXJaney had its hand getting it caught ,in a tothes wringer. Sji'erman left the first of Jk Wjejt'.'for Spokane aud vicinity ind until aftffsthri'hpK day fes- va3il* A riunipe'' °f "ice holiday articles ire in the show win- St itionery and Con Store. Cosgrbye & Hanson-sold to J. Iv. 40 acres of land ntlfljX&ne wick Valley, wiiicll tie isill raljticultivating .this winter. has gpwj>leted ,jle...

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