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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 7 November 1902

SWUNI combines Ite tanker resources of • Detroit the MWng resources of a Denver, and the water power of a Minneapolis. NO. 1. SPOKANE WILL SOON i HAVE TERMINAL RATES leading Shippers Consulted by the Rail' ways and Concessions Expected Within Ninety Days. The prospects are brighter that Spokane will have . favorable freight rates within the next 90 days than they have ever been. The shippers of Spokane in a great many lines anticipate terminal rates, and in any case they ex pect reductions in freight rates that will give Spokane the advan tages it is entitled to from its lo cation. ■- j As can be easily understood, this concession is expected from the northern lines. Mr. Hill has al ways adhered to the statement that Spokane would some day receive DALZELL ANNOUNCES HIS CAN DIDACY FOR THE SPEAKERSHIP WASHINGTON, Nov. 7.—Repre sentative Dalzcll of Pennsylvania IbiS morning formally announced 6ns candidacy for speaker of the national house of representatives " succeed David B. Henderso...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 7 November 1902

i THe SpoKane Press. * F»NUh»t Bvvrr Rvenlna Except Sunday by The Preaa Publishing Co. SCRIPPS-McRAE PRESS BERVICE. One Cont Vr Copy. Six C»n»s P»r W rrk or TWenty-flve Cents Per Month. Delivered ey Carrier. No Frei- Copl es. Telephone, Main 375. THE SPOKANE PRESS has a two-fold object In existence—to print all the news all the time to materially assist in the development of Spokane and the Inland Empire. Its news columns will be uncolored, its politics the ad vancement of Spokane, and Its price within the reach of all. There ere no social connections more hollow or business con nections more profitless than those formed over the liquor bottle. The sentiments ant! feelings there engendered are not genuine. They are not grounded in your true nature. They do not t .ueh your real heart strings. The coarse jest that you laugh at so boisterously and regard as each rare wit, when drinking, seems shallow commonplace when you are sober. The good fellowship that warms your mind when maudlin ...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 7 November 1902

E'GAN S SUPPOSED TO HAVE PERISHED No Tidings of the Great Northert. Super intendent Now Missing for Three Days. v 'At noon no furthertidings had received by railway officials or Mrs. Egan regarding the where abouts of B. F. Egan, superintend ent of the Kallspell division of the Great Northern railway, and there Is little doubt but that he has per ished in the recent blizzard. It is now three days since Mr. Bgan started on his annual deer hunt, accompanied by Dr. Houston, the company surgeon, and a broth er of Dr. Houston, who resides in Bt. Paul. They left on Tuesday morning In Egan's private car, "A 14," for Belton. Mont., at which point the car was sidetracked, Mr. Egan leaving instruction* that the car bo moved to the next station a few miles beyond, where the AMONG THE SAW MILLS. Great Activity Reported In Lumber Circles- Graham Mills Sold. Tho Enterprise Lath & Lumber company of this city started this morning with a crew of men and several teams for Deer Park, where ground ...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 7 November 1902

ARRESTED IfBGROES SUSPECTED OF MURDERING CLARA NORTON ARE JAILED BOSTON. Nov. 7. —A BMlftttO answering Qkfl d4pcrtpf.cn of the man who pawr.c:!" nitiiv'.cred Clara Morton's watch was arrested late last night as a suspicions char acter. This morning a second ar rsrt tra* marie. Both negroes are eald to have been seen frequently at Waverly, where t'..e murder was committed. Allen G. Mason, who is also tin ier arrest charged with the mur der, is still held pending further Investigation. Mason is awealthy business man of Boston, and he has been unable 06 prove an alibi, witnesses having BWtm to seeing him in 'Waverly Saturday.. Miss Clara Morton, n laundress at the McLean asylum in WaVerly, was assaulted and murdered Sat urday night. A watch known to have been in her possession WSJ pawned Monday "by a negro at a Cambridge street pawnshop, which constitutes the main clue upon which the police are working. Both of the colored men were released This morning after having satisfied the of«~r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 8 November 1902

r s*opUsE awhfoes (he lumsr «tsc{ggfr i mi the waSf power of a Mtoaea^fs. NO. 2. X f Its k p %*M ' i Mii^ v & • 4|Si ti itfa L3JLU I lull mm m Defeat-States WooW Not &%erve on Mcßride's Railway Commission. I Senator George Turner did not look like a defeated candidate for what is popularly supposed to be one of the highest honors in the gift of the commonwealth as be sat in his comfortable library chair at . his beautiful home on.Seventh aye. last evening. it was pouring rain cutside, and as the senator responded to The Press reporter's knock the door seemed to open upon the fairer . land. The senator's welcome was gra cious and his charming wife re mained an interested listener to the interview. To the question. "Have you really any aspiration to membership in Governor Mcßride's railroad com mission?" both the senator and his !' wife indulged in a hearty laugh. } Airs. Turner remarked that it was absurd the way the matter was be ing discussed. The senator, reply ing, said: ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 8 November 1902

Tlse SpoltoaTPresp. f%bH*hod Bvetr BvHwrtW Rrcept 6 vnttiiy fey The Tress Tublisßlnir Co. SCftIPPS-McRAE PRESS SERVICE. On* Cent Per Copy. Six Cents Per w eek or Twenty-five Cents Per Month, Delivered by Carrier. No Free C Telephone, Main 375. HOW THE WOMAN DOE. 5 IT. Why is it that it takes so much tc« re monuy for a man to sup port a family than t r a woman to do It? Tho man may earn two or three or four tines as much a« a woman can, and to hi.- earnings must be .•> Idod the value of his wife's work in tho homo, yet the world Is darkened with complaints from that man and his wife that they cannot properly bring up their fam ily on the moiiey, It is no exception?.' etso. Everybody knows more than on< family of this sort. One may live n«>xt door; maybe one Uvea on either side, and it may be that «>.-. lives nearer still, The) are everywhere. Yet, on the other band, who does not know working women sup porting fhemselvos, their children and bobv tin •< their husbands on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 8 November 1902

CHAMBERLAIN WILL VISIT 80UTH AFRICA TO INVESTIGATE -THE .POLITICAL .TROUBLES THERE.. HE MIGHT ALSO VISIT SOME HISTORIC SPOTS. RAILWAY MEN IN CONFERENCE Conductors May Join Trainmen in Case of a Strike CHICAGO, Nov. 8— Grand Chief Clark of the Order of Hallway Con uSAl JO and other officers of the or ganization > h holding a conference with the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen to determine the advisa bility of acting with the trainmen If the latter decide to strike. While the 2(1 per cent Increase in vages demanded Is for the traln taen of the Chicago district, tho ANDERSON'S TRIAL The trial of Qui Anderson, Jharged with the killing of Foguson In the Western hotel, will bo one of the Hist disposed of during the present session of court. Anderson drill be represented by Hamblen & Lund. M. Poindexter and W. F. rownsend are attorneys for the Itate and the prosecution. Anderson pleaded not guilty this nornlng'and trial was set for Nov. 18. Anderson is a middle aged man md has good ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 8 November 1902

(HSU lIUIIS llLiltl I Jfylflu Dispatcher Gox D'mlssed From Service for Taking Unreasonable Gikißces. ' T%» Investigation held by rha ttorthern Pacific railway ;•■ lathe to the head-on collision between two extra trains, cue of which was be ing pulled by two engines, near Sandpoint. Idaho, result:-.!; in the tieath of two englnemen and bad ly damaging the three engines and 10 or 12 cars. It is generally believed that the accident waa duejo Dispatcher Cox Jof Missoula taking unreasonable tehances. When he placed the order, the operator who received the order lor the light engine Admitted He Was Asleep amfl also notified the train dispatch- COLLISION Between Trains in Indiana Results Fatally. r — ' INDIANAPOLIS. Ind., Nov. B.—Tn a collision between a work train And an extra freight train near {here this morning John Weach and Rudolph Fox were Instantly killed and six others injured, including Charles Buentieg, the engineer; Arnold McKinney, the fireman, and Robert Stevens and Rolph Ell...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 10 November 1902

ONE CENT PEE COPY 23 as. Per HdnTO ! U NO. '). out of THREE THOUSAND The Sure Thing Men Find Two Easy Games Early This Morning. H. E. Oower, a tall, lank country man hailing from Wisconsin, was buncoed out of $22:1 in cash and a certificate of deposit for |3000 early this morning in an unknown place on Riverside aye. J. I>. Uiddell, who formerly ran the cigar stand at the Warwick ho tel and Is now a member of the firm of Uice, Armstrong & Co., real estate dealers, with offices over the Warwick, claims that he cashed the certificate of deVosit for 82500 and is either out this amount of money, as payment upon the certificate has been stopped, or is working with the bunco gang. Oower's memory regarding the game that he ran against is some what hazy, as he can not place the locality in which il occurred or the name of the game he played. He tells the following story: "I came west three weeks ago from Jackson county, Wisconsin. 1 have been staying most of the time at MAYOR WILL AP...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 10 November 1902

s THe SpoKane Press. m GEORGE PUTNAM, Manager. Every Evening B\cVpt S unrtay by The Press Publishing Co. SCRIPPS-McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One Cent Ter Copy. Six Cents I'er Week or Twenty-flve Cents Per Minth. rvilvered hy Carrier. No Free Copies. Telephone, Main 375. A LITTLE OLD WOMAN AND HER HUSBAND. Here is a paragraph from "the short and simple annals of the poor" *rhose telling needs no bush, "nor grandeur hear with a disdainful smile." She was a little old woman good to see and came from an interior [Washington town on a trip to Spokane. She and her husband owned a one-acre place in the village on which was built their cottage. The season had been an unprofitable cne. The fires had ruined their crops. The husband was hurt by a fall and his shoulder permanently disabled. Debts accumulated. Be sides the $50 mortgage on their home they owed another $50. One hundred dollars is not much to you, possibly, but to these Pimple souls it was a mountain of debt, They had pennies rather than ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 10 November 1902

SOCIALISM TO BE TAUGHT IN SCHOOL One Hundred Children of Argentine, Kansas, to Learn Its Principles. KANSAS CITY, Mo., Nov. 10.— Kan., there was Opened today a school for tho teaching of socialism. It Is the International School of Social Econ omy, originally established in Chi cago tip. 1900 and afterward con dues li n Girard, Kan., and San Francisco, Cal. The founder and chief promoter of tho college is [Walter Thomas Mills and he clalmß that 100 students from various) parts of tho United States ana WER WOLF IN OPORTO. LISBON, Nov". 10.—Portugal Is In tho clutch of superstition. The habit of consulting witches and wiz ards, which has long obtained in the northern provinces, is spread ing to tho clttes and is becoming a serious question oven in Lisbon and Oporto. The matter is assuming such serious proportions that the authorities of the government and of the church have taken it up. At Oporto, right In the heart of the city, a wer wolf has made its appearance and is frightening pe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 10 November 1902

1 ■ ■ MM NORTHERN TRAIN WRECKED AT NELSON Engine Jumps Track, But tfa Passengers Report No Serious Injuries, j NELSON, a C. Nov. 6.—Train No. 156, clue krro at 8:15 this eve nins. was wrecked at the Spokane & Northern rieine a short distance from this pcJr.t at 8 o'clock. iS WRECKED Three Men Killed on Nor folk & Western. NORFOLK. Not. 10 —The Nor folk & Wectern fast express col lided with an extra freight train near Williamsburg. It was very loggy. The freight train was be hind time to get on the siding for the express 1 and it is supposed that the flagman did not get out far enough to prevent the disaster, or that the engineer was not on the lookout for tbe signal and this, coupled with a heavy fog. resulted in the deaths of John Snyder, ex press messenger; Abe Jackson, en gineer, and .1. C. Akins, fireman. The baggage and mail cars took fire and the bodies of the unfortu nate men W re burned beyond rec ognition. St. Petersburg: Irregularities in tile office of the far...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 11 November 1902

ONE CENT PER COPY IS Ctt. Per Mutt. NO. 4. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TO VISIT SPOKANE Jfen. A. S. Crowder Visits the President Who Discusses Western Topics TTon. A. S. Crowder has returned trom an extended trip throughout tho east, during which ho called upon President Roosevelt in Wash ington. "When the president found I was from the west," Baid Mr. Crowder, "he received me very cordially. I found him well posted upon west ern conditions and' very enthusi astic regarding the future develop ment of the Pacific coast. " 'The state of Washington,' re marked the president, 'has the greatest resources and greatest nat ural advantages of any state in the Union, with the possible excep tion of New York and Pennsyl vania. No other state ever had greater prospects than Washington now has. " 'I am a western man,' continued the president, 'and I like the west. I am coming to visit It next spring. One of my principal objects Is to see the Washington country, of which I have heard so much, and I expe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 11 November 1902

THe SpoKane Press. r*T OEORQE PUTNAM, Manager. glMlSfced Every Evening K«cept S un.tay by The Press Publishing Co. SCRIPPS-McRAE PRESS BERVICE. I -- ■ Cent Per Copy. Six Cents Per Week or Twenty-five Cents Per Month. Delivered by Carrier. No Free Copies. telephone, Main 375. ft*' THE HAPPINESS OF WOMEN. ' ' 'Ajnong tho notable sayings of the week in England was this, from {lias Sellar bake, vice principal of Lady Margaret college, Oxford: "I attribute the happiness of women nowadays to the university and the bicycle." And this from Lord Roberts: "The recruiting statistics of this country reveal a serious condi- JJbn of physical degeneracy." The connection between these two startling statements is not far to find. The mothers who find their happiness in the superficial attain toefats of the universities and in the empty-handed and empty-hearted location of wheeling could not be expected to raise sons notable for Strength, physical, mental or moral. Vender such conditions degeneracy i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 11 November 1902

WANT STREET SIGNS ON EVERY CORKER •Movement May Make City $fore Convenent For Str&r^ers A few ago in Spokane it Was announced that arrangements Were being made for street signs to be placed en every corner in the city. Thla bit. cf news was gratifying to many, but the street BlgJjs did not appear and the mat ter was practically dropped, and has remained a dead issue until re cently. The subject wa3 brought up to davKv a Press reporter in a con verr~%i with a. business man, who was asked for an opinion in the matter. ''Well," said he, "wo need street I signs in the city as much as any improvement and should have them as well as any other well regulated city. If a person wants to find a certain Btreel in the city outside of the business center and In a lo- i callty where one" chances not to be 1 acquainted the only method Is to call at several residences and in- j quire or stop some pedestrian on the street and ask for information BAO BOY. Young Tobias Again Under Surveillance. Of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 11 November 1902

GREAT NORTHERN ROAD FORCES A CROSSING Wins a Victory Over the Republic and Grand Forks Railway. Passes * Obstruction. The Groat Nodfeern Railway •ompany hr-s succeeded =:i crossing he Republic <i Grand Forks rail <or.d at Grand Forks, B. C. For the past two months a iargo orce ot .men ha.- been engaged in wilding a li?e from Grand Forks Junction imo >'>c smelter and Jrand Forks. The Washington and Groat Corthern division of th«T Great TO RESUME Property Known as Old Smelter to be Again Worked. ! i It Is reported that decisive steps are being taken to organize a new BOmpany and resume operations at the smelter in the extreme western part of the city commonly known as "the old smelter." The promoters of the scheme it appears do not wish to be quoted, as the arrangements in detail are not yet perfected, but the project has been in the hands of the in corporators for a period of several months and they mean to close the deal as soon as possible. Several prominent Spokane men...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 12 November 1902

ONE CENT PER COPY 55 CIS. Ht MUA. mm i OPERATORS INDULGE IN MORE ABUSE Ariffaclte Coal Barons Re= ply to Mitchell —Some Intemperate Talk. WASHINGTON, Nov. 12.—The answers of the other anthracite coal operators to President Mitchell of the United Mine Workers was made public by Labor Commissioner Car roll D. Wright today. The answers follow In general the argument of Hacr, made public yes terday, although they are more bit SHOULD UK. Frank Ridley, who claims to have fl host of charges to prefer against County Assessor Williams, stated that he would positively flic the complaints this afternoon, but up to n late hour he has not been heard from. He declined to give even an idea of tho nature of the charges, stat ing that he did not care to discuss the subject at all until it la in the hands of the prosecuting attorney. "if you ii.Wr* eeon in possession of the Incriminating evidence for bo long a time, why is it that you did -not make known your Informa tion long before this?" was asked...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 12 November 1902

THe SpoKane Press. m GEORGE PUTNAM, Manager. Published Every Evening Except B in day by The Press PubtttMag Co. SCRrPPS-McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One Cent Per Copy. Six Cents Per Week < : Twenty-five Cents Per Month. Delivered by Carrier. No Free Telephone, Main 375. THE DAY C - YOUNG MEN. The y« cam, man has bettor opportunities today tl an evor before. Not on'.y are possibilities larger and ambitions higher, but. since methods are swifter and vision is broader thai in an) preceding period, mere may be accomplished In early life. The young man of today is master of a business at an age when his grandfather had scarce finished an apprenticeship. Universal education and qnlek and cheap communication bring to the young man now a practical grasp of affairs which only long years of experience could give to our fathers BO years ago. Men live and learn faster an ! develop earlier than ever before. Dut they decay faster, too At 30 a man is-in his prime. At BO he Is played out. From factory a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 12 November 1902

ARCHBISHOPS HOLD SESSION IN CAPITAL Annual Meeting of Trustees of Catholic Univers ity In Washington. WASHINGTON, Nov. 12.—The Catholic archbishops of the United States and a number of the promi Went clergy are assembled In tho tiJfy to attend the annual meetlnus 01 the board of trustees of the Cath olic university and the of the arch bishops this week. That of tho trustees of the university com menced today and promises to do tfuijjiost important in the history of Chebody. A rector and vice rector of the university and a trustee to take the place of the late Archbishop Corrl gan will be chosen. The present rector is Bishop .1. Conaty of Wor cester, Mass. Bishop Conaty has evinced a de sire to retire from his position at the head of the university, but it is METHODISTS. General Missionary Com mittee in Session in Albany. ALBANY. N. V., Nov. 12— Tho meeting of the general missionary committee of the Methodist Epis copal church, which began a week's session here today, has attracted n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 12 November 1902

FATHER DE LA MOTTE TELLS OF THE POPE His Visit to the Eternal Gity-Warm Ad miration for Leo. Rev. George de 'a Motte. superior tit the Jesuit order In the Kock> Mountain province, has returned from a lengi to Rome. The position he; I by Father de la Motte Is one of the most important within '.he keening of the IlluFtrious bod> *> which he belongs and is entrust id to men who ere note.', both for laneiity and executive ability. TOPE LEO XHI. IN HIS STUDIO. The journey to the Eternal City ■was made in connection with mat ters pertaining exclusively to the branch of the Society of Jesus di rectly under the supervision of Father de la Motte, and while it is on that account Impossible to as certain the real object of the trio, it was nevertheless replete with in cidents of the most interesting character. The head of the Jesuit order, who is properly termed the superior gen eral, is located in Rome. Frequently ho is referred to as the "Black Pope" which epithet has sprung from th...

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