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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 5 December 1902

THe SpoKane Press. GEORGE PUTNAM, Manager. ■ ■ ■ — . ■ ...«.. = a^.. Published Every Evening Except S unfitly by The Press Publishing; Co. . SCRIPPS-McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or $3 per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Entered No vember 1". l!'o'_>. at Spokane, Wash., as second-class matter, under Act of Congress of March 3, 187!'." .'ELEPHONE MAIN 375. WRECK OF A WOMAN'S LIFE. Attired in a rich black gown Mrs. Ida Hesser, a school teacher, in Ittjmal! tows in Illinois, applied to the clerk of the Queen hotel, Chi <•»> and asked for a room. She killed herself by imbibing illuminat ing gas. There was no need for this woman to leave a note telling the rea son for her suicide. Beside her dead body were found the photograph of a smiling girl baby and some verses from Tennyson—pathetic trifles —flotsam and jetsam cast up by the waves that had engulfed her life, and telling the cause of the wreck. The verses ...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 5 December 1902

CONFERENCE OF Y. M. C. A. PRINCETON, N. J.. Dec. 5—A Conference of the Young Mens Christian associations of the teat narlos of the country began today at Princeton Theological seminar] and will continue through Sunday. The primary purpose of the Center ence is to discuss methods lor Spreading and malting more effect ive the association Work among students. BAR CATTLE. LONDON, Doe. s.—ln the ship, and meat trades much appre hension Is felt in the results of the ■rater of the hoard of agriculture Staling the ports of the United Kingdom against the importation of animals from Maine, Massachu setts and the other states of New England, and which went into ef • feet today. Pears are expressed that the interdiction may he ex tended to imports from other United States ports, which would result In a great rise In the price of meats, as only a few steamships Itave largo refrigerator space for ilead meat. , CATTLEMEN WILL GO NORTH. WINNIPEG, Man., Dec. 6.—Texas Jattlcmen are seeking to secure ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 5 December 1902

ANDERSON CASE GOES TO JURY Before morning the jury will have decided the fate of Qua Anderson, who. daring the month of August, while under the influence of liquors, shot and killed Eld ward Fagerstone. Anderson is very nervous and as the last witness waa excused from the stand he was twitching in hir, chair. At 32 o'clock all testimony in the trial had been completed and thil afternoon arguments on instruc tions will take place. Immediately after the arguments on the instruc tions of the court Attorney Lawn will open the argument for the state. Mr. Lund, attorney for the defense, will follow with his ad dress to the jury. Judge Townsend DIVORCED THREE TIMES. FOURTH HUSBAND SUES HER. NEW YORK. Dec. 5. —Alter winning in three divorce suits by her self. Mrs. Augustus W. Clarke finds herself defending a suit brought by her fourth husband. His plea is that he has another wile still liv ing. All of her former husbands were wealthy and prominent. COURT NEWS. Deputy Fnited States Marr.hal ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 6 December 1902

, ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents per Month NO. 20. TALES OF CRUELTY PRACTICED IN MINES SCR-'/VfON. Pa.. Doc. 6.—The Btrlkc commission announced this morning that there would ho a ■hart session today. Father Currnv on the stand de clared the conditions at Wilkes barre to be deplorable. Tie admit ted that Winston, a non-union man, had been brutally murdered, but Bald he did not know whether Win ston had been killed by union or non-union men. The discussion brought out noth ing new and soon developed into a triangular argument regarding the use of the word "scab," Curran con tending that Its use worked an in jury to the general community. Father Curran said that It was never necessary to call out troops In the strikes nnd that the condi tions specified in Governor Stone's military proclamation did not exist. The civil authorities were abun dantly able to cope with all cases Df lawlessness. Andrew Chippie, a 12-year-old breaker boy, was the next witness. He had been to school one y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 6 December 1902

er— THe SpoKane Press. GEORGE PUTNAM. Manager. PuMishrd Every Evening Except Bund&y t>y Th« Press Publishing Co. SCRIPP3-MoRAE PRESS SERVICE. One rent per copj", six eenta per week, twenty-five cents per month or $3 per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Entered No vember 10, 1902, at Spokane, Wash., as second-Class matter, under Act of Congress of ".lurch 3, IST:*." TELEPHONE MAIN 375 WORKINGWOMEN'S WAGES. According to an official report made by the Ohio bureau of labor statistics, a summary of interviews with 7000 working women in Cin cinnati. Columbus and Cleveland shows the average cost of living to be $5.24 per week, and the average wages $4.8.1 p*r week. The sociologist is yet to arise who can tell how this can be true. It looks like a condition worse than slavery, for slaves aro given their full living for their labor and these working women are not. On its face it looks impossible. But the statistics stand. The con dition exists. No doubt many classed as work...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 6 December 1902

SEASON OF FAIRY TALES. Johnnie Broadcollar and the Things He Sees in His Dreams. HIBERNIANS BUILD A HOME IN GOTHAM *l NIHS YOitK. Dec. «. -A demon stration and appeal to the public for atd in the erection of a building in this City for the uso of tho An cient Order of Hibernians and kin dred Irish societies, and which will stand as a monumental testimonial of the loyalty Of the Celtic sous of America to the Irish cause, will be held tomorrow evening in Carnegie Half, The Idea Of B building to serve us a home for the Irish societies originated with tho board of trus OCEAN SERVICE FOR ENCLISH ROAD. LONDON; Pec. 6.—The docks committee of Bristol announces that the Crand Trunk railway be gins today a fortnightly service be tween Portland, Me., and Avon mouth, using three of the Ocean Transport company's steamers. Butte, Mont - -The robbers who Cleaned $;17:<8 out of the bank at lhalgor, Mont., on .Monday last, have been captured by Sheriff Pot ter of Carbon county. The men were taken...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 6 December 1902

* HELD UP HER HUSBAND UNTIL SHERIFF ARRIVED Congressman Burnham's Son Arrested at Harrison at the Instance of His Wife, Held up r.t the point of a big 4 r i Colt's revolver in the hands of his Injured wife until the rrrival of the sheriff to arrest him is the story tearfully told of a son of Congress nan W. A. Burnham by Mrs. Edna Barn ham. "My husband left mo about three rears ngo." said Mrs. Burnham, WATCHED A GAME AND LOST PURSE. Eric Siden reported to the police late last night that he had been Fobbed of his purse at the Stock holm. He states It contained $45 1 in cash and two money orders ag iregating $135. He had sat down It one of the tables in the gambling ; room and it was while he was In J tent on the game that the purse 1 was taken. THE QUEEN OF 51AM LIKES TO WEAR TROUSERS. The recent visit to America of the rown prince of Slam has aroused onsiderable interest in Siam and :s rulers. Siam was the first of the astern countries to enter into trade reaties with the United Sta...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents per Month NO. 27. WORLD LEADERS STUDY THE LABOR CONDITIONS National Civic Federation Takes Up Many ProWems=«Mark Hanna Presides NEW YORK, Dec. B.—Prominent I manufacturers and executive offl cers of railroads anil leading indus trial concerns, aud eminent pub licists, educators, financiers and chiefs of gr< at labor organizations were assembled In the rooms of the Hoard of Trade today at the formal opening of the annual meet ing of the industrial department of the National Civic federation. Many more men of prominence are ex pected to be in attendance before tomorrow, when the most important discussions of the meeting will be tal en up. The present meeting is expected t,i be the most important confer ence of its kind ever held in this country, Problems brought to the .ront by the recent great strike in •be anthracite coal region will be Considered at length. The confer- ' once Intend* to touch upon ail the j "practical questions underlying in- ...

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

s TKe SooKane Press. GEORGE PUTNAM. M?nagpr. Published Bvery Evening Ex ept 8 und&> by Thr Publishing Co. SCRIFPS-McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One eeot per copy, cix n>nt.< per week, tW!Oty-five cents per month or 13 per your, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Entered No vember 10, i<»o2. .it Spokane, Wash., as second-class matter, under Act of Congress of March is? 1 .'." TELEPHONE MAIN 375. Cheerfulness costs nothing, and it is the besi capital. It draws dividends all the time. It is always going out in boundless beneficence, but the supply is aivays Increasing. Even the stingiest may spare a Smile, It costs nothing. Refusal Is due to plain meanness. Cheerfulness in a good partner in business, li helps wonderfully fn making money and is Indispensable in truly enjoying it when made. The traveling salesman furnishes good example of the actual cash raiue of cheerfulness in business. His stories, his jokes and his hearty laugh clinch many a contract that has been held open...

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

NORWEGIANS HONOR BJORNSBU'S BIRTHDAY CHRISTIANIA, Dec. 8.-- H.iorn rtporne Bjorneon, the Norwegian poet, dramatist, novelist and politi cal reformer, was TO years old to :lay and the event was marie, the occasion for celebrations through out Norway. BJornson is the national poot of Norway. His name ts a synonym if the hones and aspirations of the Norwegian people in their political and intellectnal struggle* kj.ffnson was born iv 18U2 and began his literary career in the early fin's. | v 1857 he published a peasant novel. "Syhnove Solbak ken," which proved epoch-making In Scandinavian literature. In It and several others that followed he fives an idealized picture of peas ant lite- -brought tho thoughts and aspirations of the peasantry into STOP CARRYING LOTTERY TICKETS. WASHINGTON, Doc. B.—Bearing on the question of trusts and in volving. Uio right of congress to regulate commerce Between the states, the lottery case, which came up lor ro-vrgument today before the United States sup...

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

4 WANTED TO RIDE WITH BROKEN COLLAR-DONE NEW YORK. Dec. B.—Wood; Red!path, the famous n< pro blcycl rider, who participated in the si] day race which started at midnight fell from his wheel this morning He struggled to his feet and ir fisted on continuing. vV'hen h PERSONAL MENTION s. H. Watklna, mefchanl of Athol. is in town. E. S. Blden of Grand Forks la in town on business, R. H. Gilpin aud wife ol Grand Forks are In town. J. D. Whittien of RitSVflle Is stay ing here on business. Jerry Cooney, the well-known merchant of Sprlngdale, is In town. Mrs. Halthinger of the W. C. T. IT. of San EiTanciSCO is at the Spo kane. Lester S. Wilson, attorney for the O. it & X. at Walla Walla, is in town. has been visiting in the city for some time, left for the north yes terday. L. H. Jennot, a leading mer chant of Hope. Idaho, is in the city tin business. Bob Rainey Lakeview. owner of the Iron Mask mine near Phoe nix, is in the city. Charles Clark of Curlew. Wash.. Interested with Mr. Ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 9 December 1902

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents per Month NO. -is. TO OPEN SOUTH HALF OF COLVILLE RESERVE Jones at Work on a Bill to Be Presented Next of Timber and Farm Region. Washington, Dec 9.—Repre sentative Jones is at work prepar ing a hill for the opening of the south hall of the Colville Indian res ' ervatiou to settlement to be intro duced early next week. . The lull provides. It is said, for the throwing open of the most de slrable parts ot the entire reserve, I including some id' the choicest gra/.- . i'liv nnd timber lands of the entire ' .ca thwest. Bounded by the Columbia river .11 t wo sides, the fertile plains and ralleys of the Colvllle stretch a hundred miles north, on the blanks of the Columbia to NO INJUNCTION IN THE DARLING CASE The Flo Parllng case has been nettled, This morning Judge Ken nan in a long review of the ease nnd similar cases and in citations from New York. Oregon. Tennes see and Kentucky decided that a temporary injunction on the Wind sor block could not be ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 9 December 1902

2 THe SpoKane Press. GEORGE PUTNAM. Manager. Publish.,! Kvrry Evening lixcept Sunday by The Pnh Publishing Co. BCRIPPB»McRAE SERVICE. One cent per <• • ■ • t- r*ei f"»k, twenty -live rents per month or JH per your, delivers in No tree copies. Entered No vember in. 10«2. tt S as second-class matter, under Act of Congress el H rcb ;i. liiii." TELEPHONE MAIN MAKING '~AL LAW. More is Involved in t coal ■ i . '• :;r it ration than the mere dif ference between the opi rah r>- aud . i mi lers in this particular con troversy. CotifMeting statements have been made respecting the mining in lustry, ami the public is naturally curious to have precise information. Organized labor has been given formal recognition by organized capital, ami Use titter est Oi the public as a party iv the dispute has been conceded by both. Recognition has been given to the great fundamental truth that, a Strike that creates disorder and deranges general business la a public question, not a private one. For tie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 9 December 1902

THINGS WARMING UP IN VENEZUELA UNCLE SAM: EXCUSE ME FOR "BUTTIN' IN." GENTLEMEN; BUT WHATEVER YOU DO, REMEMBER I OWN THE DOG. SPOKANE POLICE FORCE ? TOO SMALL FOR CITY There are very few elites in the est of the size of Spol.aoe that an boast of us little crime. When ; is considered it is practically a ride-open town it Is surprising to stranger that such a small ton c f men can patrol it us effldentlj S the criminal records show. !i is somewhat of a dumping round tor the coast and a neuter Dr the tough element, which have asy access by railroad from all di ectlons, but Chief Roddy's stui rartS as criminal catchers have a ational reputation. Criminals of lest classes seem to either gi\e Ipokane a wide berth <>> lay low rhile here. Occasionally a real ad 'un will turn up and the roraptness with which he meets is late is a caution to the rest f his 111, EAGLES' OFFICERS. At the regular meeting ot the Taternal Order of Eagles the of- Ocrs for the ensuing year were looted: • Wo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 9 December 1902

4 BIG MEN WILL BOX FOR CLUB'S BENEFIT The coming exhibition by the bis fighters, Fitzsimmons and Jef fries, will be tinder the direct aus pices of the Spokane Amateur Ath letic club. According to the arrangements made the S. A. A. 0. is to get 50 , per cent of the gross recalpts. This bout should net the clttii at least $600 as its share. There will be no advance in the prices. Some very clever middle and light weights will go on in the pre liminaries, lour being already ar ranged for. Nothing about the con tests will be displeasing to ladies, cs they will be clean throughout and are not slugging matches, but merely exhibitions of skill with the gloves. Jeffries and Fitzsimmons arc touring the northwest this fall, anil it Is probably the last time the people of Spokane will get to see the big fellows. John L. Sullivan, the "man who made a million with his fists." and who recently became a bankrupt, | WORLD OF LABOR. The iron moulders will meet at musicians' room. Central Labor hall,...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents per Month jto. 29. BRITISH AND GERMANS SEE VENEZUELAN SHIP Battle Ship Boliver Falls Prey to the European Fleets-British and Germans Arrested. LONDON, Dec. 10.—-The Vone ruelan warsßip Bolivar has been Beized at the Port of Spain, in the Island of Trinidad, according to ad vices received by the admiralty of fice this afternoon. The government has had details Df the arrest and Imprisonment of 100 British aud German subjects in Caracas. The men were arrested yesterday, but it is said the release LABOR AND CAPITAL BY THE GOLDEN RULE NEW YORK, Dec. 10.—ChairniHu Mark Hanna was late the Civic Federation meeting this forenoon and Archbishop Ireland opened the session. Mr. Easley read an article from Mr. Underwood, president of the Erie railway, In which he said he believed the principles of arbi tration presented a solution of all labor difficulties. It was a matter of the education of the managers and offers them big opportunities as well as to the lab...

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

9 TKe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday hy The Press Publishing Co. SCRIPPSMcRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month Dr $3 per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Entered No vember 10, 1902, at Spokane, Wash., as second-class matter, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1579." TELEPHONE MAIN 375. Every time you think of Elbert H. Gary you are entitled to laugh. Mr. Gary is a solid citizen, has money in both pockets and is chairman of the executive committee ot the United States Steel cor poration. Mr. Gary says that his concern Is not a monopoly, and that all the time there is "tremendous competition going on between our mills." "No man need fear that monopoly is making any headway in this Country." It is to be presumed that Mr. Gary is sane, but the whole thing smacks of vaudeville. One could almost expect to see Charles Schwab emerge from the wings and give Gary a nasty Blap with the time-hon ored weapon of the ...

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

WHAT EXPANSION IS DOING FOR THE PHILIPPINES. Uncle Sam's scouts in the Philippines are getting fat. Difficulty Is being experienced in supplying them with correct fitting uniforms. Colonel C. F. Humphrey, at Manila, has called tho department's at tention to the fact that they have fattened so rapidly that their uniforms fit them too soon. Government tailors will be instructed to allow for expansion.—News item. FORMER SOCIETY LION JAILED IN AUSTRALIA Arlington Buncklngham Wads worth, alias Arthur Bentley Worth ittgton or almost any other name having the initials A. B. W. has been convicted at Melbourne, Aus tralia, for obtaining under false pretenses $5000 from a young .widow there. This man was well known in Spokane about 12 years ago. He had rooms up in the Hyde block elegantly furnished, was intimate with all the boat peoplo in town, had eSTfcnslve tastes; in fact, noth ing antPnobody was too good for him. He was engaged to be married to n Miss Clark, stepdaughter of Mr. (.'apuon,...

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

t SPORTING NEWS. The first open meeting in the Y. If. C. A. gym was he'd last evening. The program was short but excel lent in every detail. Each class went through its regular athletic routine and it was the general opin ion that Director Myers is turning nut athletes of more than average ability. The work of the leaders was especially .good. Mat work was indulged In by Director Myers. (';«- --co Hullivant, Allen Dean and C. Donaldson and their efforts were much appreciated by the spectators and were the source of considerable merriment all round. The leaders and the graded class then tried Conclusions at basket ball, the tead ers winning after a hard fought contest. The Jeffrles-fltcaimmoni attrac tion at Portland drew a house that exceeded the expectations of the most sansmino. Last night i-'am C. Motf. their advance man, received n telegram stating that the re- Oelpts were over $3000 and that "Fitz" and "Jeff" as a drawing card prove a tremendous success. These t<ig fellows a...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents per Month NO. 30. CASTRO RESISTS ALLIES AND FIGHTING BEGINS Vanezuelan Volunteers Arming Rapidly- Battling |n Laguayra'sStreets. ! EAGUAYRA, Dec. 11.—Reports trom Caracas say that President Castro is gathering an army to re sist the aggression of tho British- German allies. Two thousand men and IS guns have been sent from Caracas to reinforce the garrison ihcre. Tho men are now encamped four 'miles from the town at Fort Lavl 'ga, where they are being stocked "with provisions and ammunition. Great preparations are being made Tor resistance. Castro's stand is Bald to be very popular and volun teers aro offering themselves in treat numbers, nearly a thousand having been armed hero. IDE RESIGNS G. L. Ido, the popular deputy United States marshal, has resigned md will be appointed custom audi tor at Port Townsend at a salary Of $1800. Mr. Ide has held tho position of deputy United States marshal ef ficiently for five years, and. prior to that tlmo ho w...

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