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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 25 August 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. TILSraOn MATW STB. NO. 250. RELIANCE VICTOR IN SECOND RACE HIGHLANDS, Ang. 25— The Reli ance again demonstrated her undoubt- Ed superiority over Shamrock 111., by winning easily in today's race, when weather nnd wind were nil that Sir Thomas Lipton has been sigh ing for. The unofficial time of the finish wns Reliance, S:l6:tti Sham rock. 2:20:10. The course followed today was tri angular, 10 miles to each leg, giv ing the yachts a turn to windward and two reaches. The wind blew steadily from the southeast at n S-knot clip, and was very true, there being no soft spots. The first course was south by east beat, then a broad reach, then a reach for home. The starting gun sounded nt It O'clock, the Reliance crossing the line nt 11:00:30, and the Shamrock 11:02:00. Little Show for the ** Slmllkameen Road 'According to Louis Hill, assistant to President Jumes J. Hill of the (Iveul Northern rnllwny, who return ed here yesterday from a trip thro...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 25 August 1903

3 The SpoKane Press. OBORQB PT/TaTAM. sTnhllslnl Every Evening Hassan Sunday by Tha Press Publishing Company. One cent per copy, six cents par week, twenty-five cents per month or it ysjr year, delivered bp carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will oenter a favor by promptly reporting all oases of poor an* tardy delivery to the office. SjU Proat Aye. Igggj* eaaaaysTas OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 63 Tribunte building, New Tork City. Chicago office: lOt Hartford building. W. H. Porte rfield. representative. ' SPOKANE—AmeIia Bingham, ln "The Climbers." AUDITORIUM—The Shirley Stock company in "Rip Van Winkle." "Turn the Rascals Out." It Is said the democratic leaders are rolling the postofTice scandal like a sweet morsel under their tongues. Their campaign cry will be, "Turn the rascals out!" , That ls all right. The rascals ought always be turned out. It Is reported In this connection that the democratic managers will force Sn Investigation of the affairs of the postoflice thi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 25 August 1903

GOLDEN KEY OF SPOKANE GIVEN QUEEN ELIZABETH If attendance on opening night la any criterion then the success of the present week's Trades Council carni val may be prophesied with confidence. Another augur is the general attract iveness of the grounds snd the excel lence of the entertainment provided by tfhe management. Representatives of the Tradeß Council and the committee of mem bers who>are officers of the carnival, arrived, heuded by a squad of police, after a parade through Riverside ave nue a few minutes later than sched ule time. Last night the grounds were thronged with people, and the crowd was augmented by those who remained outside the enclosure until the time came for the formal opening ceremonies. Even then there were Some so anxious to see things that they took ln the trained animal show before going to the platform. When the crowd bad gathered Mas ter of Ceremonies Burch Introduced Acting Mayor Baldwin, who made a speech In which he dwelt upon the dignity of labor ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 25 August 1903

4 MISSING STENOGRAPHER SEEN NEAR NEWPORT Pretty Lena King, a stenographer Whose sensational disappearance in. this city on January 24 was one of I the leading questions of the writer, | has been seen in Spokane by at least two of her former acquaintances within the last three weeks. One of these acquaintances said to day: "I saw the girl nt Dutch Jake's pic nic. She was with a man named Charlie, nnd as soon as she saw me made herself scarce. "There can be no mistake In the Identification, because prior to her disappearance I saw her dally. Fur thermore, another man who knew her told me of seeing the woman on the Streets a few nights. I have good reason to believe that the girl is liv ing in the down town part of the city." Lena King was for a long time pmployed as a stenographer in the real estate office of the Rice-Arm CHANGE IN LAWS ON SHOTTING OFF WATER Councilman Pearson will introduce an amendment to the ordinance pro viding a penalty for violation of the city water law at the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 26 August 1903

ONE CENT FEB COPY Twenty-Fire Cents Per Month. nbwion max* tn. NO. 251. GREAT PARADE OF ORGANIZED LADOR ' The gretest spectacle of the Labor Carnival up to date and one that serv ed more than any other to Impress the public with a realization of the Strength and dignity of organized la bor In this community waa the mon ster parade, which took place this afternoon. By far the greater num ber of Spokane's union men turned out In the great pageant, which, led by a band comprising most of the Union musicians ln the city, moved through the principal business streets from the Central Labor hall to tha carnival grounds. By 1:30 o'clock the formation ef the various divisions commenced, the several unlona, most of which were Uniformed, taking position ln the Streets surrounding the labor hall. Grand Marshal T. B. Heskett and his aides dashed about on foaming charg ers Issuing and executing orders and giving the affair quite a military as pect. At 2:30 o'clock the command to move was gtven, a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 26 August 1903

a The SpoKane Press. §Vblished Every Evening Bxespt Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. One of nt per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or II (bar jrear, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all caaes of poor •T tardy delivery to the office. •IS Front Ays. sTslephone Mala SYS. sTsstoMsi Box «, OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern olfice: 63 Trlbunte building. New Tork City. Chicago office: 106 Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld. representative. TOsnOMT'B AMTrSXItZXTTS. AUDITORIUM—The Shirley atock company, ln "La Belle Marie," (by request.) Superstiton and Success. The newspapers are telling; a story to the effect that some ten years ago g rascally partner beat J. C. S. Johnstone, then of Faribault, Minn., out of sll he had. After years of habitual comfort, at the age of 41 and In hard times, he faced the world with practically nothing but his hands. He went to Minneapolis and tramped the streets for work ln va...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 26 August 1903

HI'INTURFF DISCUSSES HIS MODERN MIRACLES "The laziest thing ln the world Is R preacher," said tho Rev. David Mclnturff this morning, "and the next laziest Is the ordinary church." Dr. Mclnturff waa talking with a a-epresentatlve of the Press anent the miracles which have been recent ly performed by him. "Any minister ln this town could be God's agent in healing the sick. But no, they fight agafnst the possibility of It, and say that the day of miracles is past. They are too lazy to search out the truth. The churches ought to own banks, burl they prefer to beg. A saloon keeper can go to tha bank and bor row money, but a preacher will be turned down, just because he doesn't do anything to justify the bank in lending him money. "I have seen more than a thousand men, women and children healed," continued the doctor. "I have been God's agent in healing everything ex cept leprosy. I haven't come across a case of that. I have healed small pox patients Instantly, by simple lay ing on of han...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 26 August 1903

SCHOOL BOARD CARES FOR LINCOLN SCHOLARS Provision was made by tbe school board last night for the children at tending the Lincoln district school, Which was recently destroyed by fire. The Lutheran church school build ing on Third avenue, the Bethel mis sion school building on Sherman , street, the Lutheran church. Third •nd Division, the Pine street mis sion and at the Turner hall. No. 26 , Third avenue, will be used. Arrange ■seats have also been completed for j the use of the vacant building on Washington street, between Third and Fourth avenues, if there Is need for more room in the buildings at- | ready contracted for and also to re-: lleve the crowded condition of the Hnwthorne and High school build ings. The first four grades will hold sin gle sessions dally from 8 to 12 in the morning and from 12:30 to 4:30 Sn the afternoon. There will be more rooms reary for use ln the Field school building on College avenue, when the term opens and two additional rooms have been fitted up ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 27 August 1903

ONE CENT PER COPT Twenty-Five Cents Pel* Month. mmwrnon max. tm. N0.253. BREWERIES CONTROL SEVENTY SALOONS In the neighborhood of 70 saloons but of a list of 136 whose licenses are on record ln the comptroller's of fice are either owned or controlled by the local brewery trust. In this list are 11 out of the 14 notorious saloons described by Chief of Police Woydt aa "Joints" and the "worst offenders" against good mor als in the ctty, whose boxes are night ly thronged with fallen women, where drunken orgy holda Ita merry revelry, the lnjutdlcloua are robbed and tha reckless led estray. Also In this list are "crib" aaloona, where liquor la sold to the women of 111 fame and their habitues—where Cheap liquid refreshment ls dispensed to the visiting Palouser that he may part with his valuables the easier, and whose steady patrons are those who lead lives of shame. The trust's method is to tnke out a license In the name of one of Its of ficials or employes, paying $600 for it. The lease t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 27 August 1903

3 The SpoKane Press. Sgtbltahed Bvery TBvenlng Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. uaauvrs fctcKAjß nits nnrnvion. One oent per copy, sis cent. per week, twenty five cents per month or ft nor year, delivered by oarrler. No free copies sTabsertbors will confer s favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor aw tardy delivery to the ornoe. (Ut Front Aye. fsMaesbone Main 37a. aTSJSAofaoe Boa A OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: ij Trlbunte building. New York City. Chicago office: 10« Hartford building. W. Ft, Porte rflcld. representative. TOktOBT'S AM USKMBBTTB. AUDITORIUM—The Shirley stock company, In "I .a Belle Mario," (by roqueet.) In the Near East. The imwi center has shifted from tlio far East to tha near Bast—from Manchuria to tha Balkans, The long Hat of horrors edited by the Budgnrlan government for tha European govornmenta reaclied ita culmination in the massacre nenr Mon astlr by those most cruel of the sultan's soldiers* the Uaahl Baxouks. The muddy waters of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 27 August 1903

GOV. M'BRIDE'S INSULT TO ORGANIZED LABOR / 'Although Governor Henry Mcßride was able in five minutes to consider Iho request of a Spokane county poli tician and release Ben Driscoll, aelf jconfessed deapoller of Kachael Ad ler, he has not been able after six (Weeks of brain-racking thought to de tide whether or not the petition of more than 1000 Spokane taxpayers Iforf equality before the law should be granted and Driscoll's associates. Del Custer and George Donovan, re lea and. It toakja single sitting for Govern or Henry Mcßride to decide that "Connt" Paul Watelet. a foroign ad venturer, should not be extradited to~ Ohio nnd stand trial on the charge *>f defrauding J. B. Carnahan out of thousands of dollars. The governor was asked not to bring Watelet up to trial by politicians. When The Press presented the gov- ■ Hold Primaries tor Mississippi Governor ' JACKSON, Miss.. Aug. 47.—Thbj ■tats primary for the governorship of Mississippi held earlier ln the month having failed to g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 27 August 1903

CORONATION CEREMONY A COMPLETE SUCCESS The coronation ceremonies attend ing the crowning of Elisabeth, queen •f the carnival, laat night were most successful. Seven thousand people crowded the carnival grounds and pushed and Jostled ln their efforts to Witness the ceremony. The fair queen, r»ad In Tier gorge ous robes of state, was escorted to her throne by Prime Minister A. J. Laughton, In rainbow raiment him self. Director General Quinn started things with a few rcmnrxs on or ganized labor. Acting Mayor Bald- Win responded, handing over the key nf the city to Ls ugh ton, who in turn presented it to tbe queen. CARMEN'S UNION TO ASK INCREASE OF HILL Hlllyard waa represented in the la bor parade yeaterday by 160 men be longing to the Brotherhood of Rail way Carmen of America, an organi sation that ls shortly to make de mands on the Great Northern Rail way company for a substantial in crease in wages. Within the ranks of this organiza tion are carpenters, painters and car repairers. A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 28 August 1903

ONE CENT PER COPT Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. NO. 253. AMERICAN WARSHIPS ORDERED TO BEIROT ©10NOA, Italy, Aug. 28.—Admiral Cotton's squadron Is preparing to ■aa j WASHINGTON. Aug. 88.—Orders have been sent to the Machlas, now at Genoa, to proceed Immediately to Port Said to coal and awgit orders. The Brooklyn and San Francisco will proceed at once to Beirut without watting for the slower Machias, and should arrive at Beirut on Thursday. WASHINGTON. Aug. 28.—-Minister Lelshman cables from *»-mstantlnople that he has repeated American repre sentations to the Turkish foreign of fice relative to the assassination of Vice Consul Magelssen, and has been assured that the case will receive Immediate attention. Welshman's dis patch of several hundred words says that troubles in Macedonia are be coming more serious and extending every day. Trainmen Killed in Missouri Wreck BT. LOUIS, Mo., Aug. 28.—Freights on the Missouri Pacific collided at Valley Park crossing this morning. Brakeman Fred M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 28 August 1903

The SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday ny The Press Publishing Company. " 1 i i i H in ,1 --in 1 One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or $1 B*r year, deltvered by carrier. No free ooptes. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor •r tardy delivery to the office. tarn Ternm* Arm. ****** I* OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: E3 Tribunte buildlng. Now York City. Chicago office: 106 Hartford building. W. H. Forterfleld, representative. AT'DITORIITM—Hoyt's "A Texas Steer." Holding Up the Motorman. Down In St. Louis a man stopped a motorman by presenting a pistol at his head. He was arrested. When his case came to trial the Judgp, Judge Tracey, took the position that the man was Justified. He laid down the rule that the right of a citizen to use a car for his convenience was paramount to the right of a public serv ice corporation to run the car by him. That's extreme, c But there's a principle Involved. It may...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 28 August 1903

COUNTY DEAD PROVOKE FIGHT AMONG THE LIVING County Undertaker Buchanan hns Issued a battle cry of defiance to Coroner Smith because the latter has been turning over the county burying bdslncss to another undertaker; and the dapper little coroner has replied that he has the state law behind him and Buchanan can go way back and alt S^TVt Buch.mnn has the contract, but firms get the work and collect the money from the county. The contract calls for SI2 per corpse, but in July the bills were rendered by Smith tt Co., one for $42 and one for t*7. The $12 was for an unknown found near Cheney and Included a two days' trip by the undertaker nt $16 per day. The $37 was for the burial of George Mitchell, who was found murdered near Monroe street bridge, and Included $25 for embalm ing. Both of the extra charges were by tho coroner's orders. "The county commissioners have been paying Smith ror county coses which ought to come to me under my contract for the burial of the county dead." saM Under...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 28 August 1903

4 MAHOMMEDANS MARRY AT CARNIVAL TONIGHT The big event at the Labor Carni val this evening will be the marriage •f a couple of devout worshipers of Mahomet. This is something that the managers of the carnival com pany can not give the populace very often, and, In fact, the wedding of tonight will be the first of its kind ever seen under such auspices. Moruff Zayto, one of the Arabian performers, has fallen desperately in love with pretty Belle Carmen Reg geryia, an enchantress'of one of the sideshows. Happily, the beloved lady reciprocates the passion of Zayto, and has promised to take a life Interest In the team of Zayto and Zayto. Still snore happily, there is a Mahommedan priest In the troupe, one of the real articles. This priest Is Sayd Rageb, who UNIONS TO OBSERVE NATIONAL LABOR DAY Tonight at Central hall, the executive committee appointed to take charge of arrangements for the Celebration of Labor Day will hold a meeting, at which, for purposes of conference and suggestion, t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 August 1903

ONE CENT PEE COPY Twenty-Fir* Cents ft IMonth. HO. 354. THREATENED LIFE OF AN INSANE PATIENT 6r. w. James Howells, superintend ent of the State Hospital for the In- i sane at Medical Lake, Is charged with cruelty to patlente and with threat- I ening the life of one of his Insane i patients at the point of a revolver. City Marshal Bartholomew and T. ' TV. Nichols, a resident of the town < of Medical Lake, called on Prosecut ing Attorney Kimball this morning and laid the statement which will form the basis of the charges be- 1 fore him. Kimball's advice to the two was to go before Justice of tha Peace Rutherford of Medical Lake and swear out a warrant. This will be done on Monday, or this after noon. In case the two men can get back to the town before the close of business today, Mr. Nichols Is the complainant In the case. His statement is as fol lows: "Some weeks ago T was working as fireman at the hospital. Working about the building has been an In sane patient, known as a trusty...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 August 1903

TKe SpoKane Press. ysfjalsbsl srrery avenlng Raospt Bendey by The Trass Publishing Company. One esnt per copy, six cents par week, twenty Aye cents per month or M few ywar. dettvered ey courier. No free copies. Subscribers will oonfsr a favor by promptly reporting ail eases of poor ttt lardy delivery to the office. ■M Vtesjt Aye. frsiaphono Hals tTtV OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 63 Tribunte building. New Tork City. Chicago office: lit Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld, representative. Some Vanished Pictures. Some photographs showing the magnificence of the Interior of the yacht Mayflower, recently refitted for President Roosevelt's use. have suddenly dis appeared. There was nothing mysterious about their disappearance. The pho tographer frankly says that negotiations were opened with him from politi cal headquarters In Washington, and that for a satisfactory price he de stroyed the plates. That the president's political managers should pay money for the sup pression of ph...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 August 1903

Js The SpoKane Press. PtWsMi Bveey Bvenln* Baeept Sunday by The Tress Publishing Company. On* oant par copy, alx oants par wttk, twenty five cent* par month or |> panr, delHrered ay oni ilai. No free copies, Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting- all oases of poor Br tardy delivery to the office. ■At Trow* Aye. •Nssphone Xala an, BrsStnllui Boa 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 63 Tribunte building. New York City. Chicago office: let Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld. representative. Some Vanished Pictures. Some photographs showing the magnificence of the Interior of the yacht Mayflower, recently refitted for President Roosevelt's use, have suddenly dis appeared. There was nothing mysterious about their disappearance. The pho tographer frankly says that negotiations were opened with him from politi cal headquartera hi Washington, and that for a satisfactory price he de stroyed the plates. That the president's political managers should pay money for the su...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 August 1903

LIST OF PRISONERS NOW AWAITING TRIAL While no docket haa aa yet been tnade up for the criminal department term for September. It is known that there will ba a number of cases for trial then If both parties are ready. Chief In publlo interest ts that of Howard J. Kreasly, whose operations tn Luclle Dreyfus mining stock have been the talk of Spokane for weeks. It is not known whether the Kreasly case will come for trial at the next term or not. Rumor has it that In fluential friends of the prisoner are, making effort to have the path for him as smooth as possible, and the Same may be to delay the denoue ment until a time later than the Sep tember term. The list of men now In the Sounty Jail awaiting a disposi tion of their cases Is as follows: Arthur Price and R. E. Flemming, robbery. Luclen Vlgner. grand larceny. — —* 1 ——— r Toronto's Exposition Opsnsd by Strathcona TORONTO, Ont. Aug. It.—Cana da's great Industrial exhibition was opened today by Lord Strsthcoua, who, pressing an ele...

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