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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 August 1903

LIST OF PRISONERS f NOW AWAITING TRIAL While no docket has as yet been Made up for the criminal department term for September, it is known that there will be a number of cases for trial then If both parties are ready. Chief in public Interest Is that "of Howard J. Kressly, whose operations in Luolle 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 neat term or not. Rumor has it that In fluential friends of the prisoner are, making effort to have the path for him as smooth aa possible, and the game may be to delay the denoue ment until a time later than the Sep tember term. The list of men now In the Sbunty Jail awaiting a disposi tion of their cases Is as follows: Arthur Price and R. E. Flemming, robbery. Luclen Vlgner, grand larceny. Toronto's Exposition Opontd by Strathcona TORONTO, Ont, Aug. It.—Cana da's great Industrial exhibition was opened today by Lord Btrathcona, who.' pressing an eleetrlo butt...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 August 1903

GALE ON THE ATLANTIC PREVENTS YACHT RACE HICIHI.ANDB, N. T., Aug. 29.— There will be no yacht race today because of a heavy storm which has been raging off the coast for the past two days. The racers lay tugging at their moorings under double an chors and tne crew Is awaiting of ficial notice to be called off. At mid night tne wind was 37 miles, which speed had decreased but little by 8 o'clock this morning, at which hour the race was cslled off. Sir Thomas I.lpton states that this Say Scale Higher Here Than Elsewhere ' Harry Hayward, Dan Weaver and the other theatrical managers who went to Seattle to confer with repre-. eentatives of the Northwestern The atrical association have returned to this city. The subject of the con ference had to do with the demands of the musicians' union tn regard to the prices to be paid musicians In local theaters. .According to Manager Hayward, no definite decision was reached, al though there was a lengthy discuss ion over the project of having the t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 31 August 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. teubfmowsi max* an. NO. 055. ALOVE LORN COUPLE SEEK WATERY GRAVE With hands tietd together, Mike Brogan, a sotdier at Fort Wright, and Lulu Hoffman, a 17-year-old girl, sought to end their love troubles at 9 o'clock this morning by Jumping from the foot bridge at Natatorlum park Into the Spokane river. Thelr ,k "Jump was witnessed by *c mail carrier for Fort Wright, who a minute before had Jeered at them as they stood on the bridge. The letter carrier nearly had a fit when the lovers carried out their" threat. He dashed madly into the Natatorlum park, where he summoned one of the laborers and the two rushed back to offer nil possible effort to drag the love-lorn pair in from the water. Their services were not necessary because Brogan decided a live Irish man is better than a dead one as soon ag his feet touched the water, and he wriggled himself partially free from the bindings that bound their hands and began swimming to ward shore, dr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 31 August 1903

7 THe SpoKane Press* Published Every Evening Except Sunday by Ths Press Publishing Company. One cent per oopy, six cents per week, twenty five cents per month or 13 >er year, delivered by carrier. No frs* copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor sjr tardy delivery to the offica. SM PTea*, Ava. •stopkone Mala art. ■■■ii-n Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 63 Tribunte building. New York City. Chicago office: 10« Hartford building. W. H, Porte rfield, representative. Lipton's Smile. Hail Sir Thomas Llpton! He haa not won the cup he has been spcndnlg money for and planning for so long. He has done better than to win the cup—he has deserved to win It. And— He has won one cup. It Is the cup of friendship—a loving cup that he may always keep. The American people are patriotic. As a rule they want the Yankee ship or Tankee horse to win. But it is doubtless true that many Americans have secretly hoped that by some contingency the Shamrock m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 31 August 1903

300 METHODISTS VISIT SPOKANE CONFERENCE The annual conference or tho dio cese of • the Columbia river, which convenes ln'the First Methodist Epis copal church on Wednesday brings to the city nearly 100 ministers and Clergymen. It will be presided over by Bishop John W. Hamilton, D. D., IjL. D. At this conference will be •lected two ministerial and two ley delegates to the quadrennial general conference, which will meet at Los Angeles next May. Conspicuous men at the convention Will be the presiding elders of the four districts represented. They constitute the cabinet of the presid ing bishop and with him make the appointments for tho ensuing year. They aro: Rev. O. W. Mintzer of Spokane, presiding elder of th« dis trict of Republic; Rev. Henry Brown, D. P.. of Spokane, presiding elder of Utter Carriers Hold Annual Convention SYRACUSE, N. Y„ Aug. 31.—Not able in extent and important in char acter is the annual convention of the Natl.mal Association of letter Car riers, which began in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 31 August 1903

>w CRUSADE ON AGAINST f SMASH POTLATCHES George Banner and Jeff Rlvard Save just been lodged In the county Jail bf Deputy Cnited States Marshal George Oavenpeck as a result of the crusade of the people of Twlsp. Oka nogan county, against the regular Iste-ln-tbe-summer carousal of the Indians from the southwestern part of the Colville reservation. Twlsp people have determined to break up the powpews of the Si washes, which have been an annoy ance for years. Call it potlatch or powwow, the annual gathering bring:* In gamblh.g among the redmen and an Influx of people who like to fur nish the Indian with liquor and set revelry going. The community Is largely that of miners and it is the place nearest to the reservation on the west where liquor can be obtain ed. As a consequence August and September have been gala months, much to the disgust or the law-abid ing people. Doukhobors Threaten to March on Winnipeg ' TORKTON, Asslnlboia, Aug. 31.— Premier Haultain was here yesterday to Inve...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 1 September 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twtntjr-FlT* Cents Per Maath. NO. 956. KNOCKOUT BLOW TO BREWERY METHODS (*••"' Under the New Law, But One Saloon License Issued to Any Person. An ordinance to be Introduced In the city council tonight by Council man K. W. Hand haa for Its prime object the knocking into a cocked hat the practice of the brewery trust •f etandlng sponsor for the disreput able saloon dives of this city. TBT/ST OWIfS MART DIVES. As is well known, the local brewery trust owns in the names of Its em ployes the licenses of 70 saloons, among them 11 of the It places char acterised by Chief of Police Woydt as "Joints" and "worst offenders" against the good morals of the city, whose wine boxes are the scene of frequent drunken orgies by members of both sexes, and It is one of the objects of the new law to make the real owners responsible. It Is provided In the ordinance that no person shall be given a license to conduct more than one saloon, and that the person obtaining a license ahall actua...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 1 September 1903

i TKe SpoKane Press. •bomb Fvnrgjrd "* t*ab!lshed Cvery Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. One cent per copy, sla cents per week, twenty-flve cents per month or t* ■ST year, delivered by carrier. Bo free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor ■r tardy delivery to the office. •as Front Are. telephone Main 375. Vostofflee Bos 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 63 Trlbunte building, New Tork City. Chicago offlcel 106 Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld, representative. The Procession to the Setting Sun. The star of the emptre seems still to be moving toward the west. The great rush of settlers during the last hnlf century has left deserts blooming «nd lonely valleys teeming with life. The glories of the setting sun are now the admiration of millions of humans. Where, a few short years ago, the coyote and buffalo reigned practically supreme. The best farm land seems long ago to have been pre-empted, and the hardy pioneer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 1 September 1903

TEACHERS ARE ASSIGNED FOR COMING SCHOOL YEAR At the bonrd of education meeting last night Superintendent Tormey submitted an outline of a commercial course for the high school for those Who desire to prepare for business. Assignments of teachers for the Coming year Is as follows: HIGH SCHOOL. 11. T. Coleman, principal; Kate B. Reed, preceptress and head of de partment of history; I. C. Llbby, head Of department of ancient langunses; Mis.' F. K. R. Lintleld. head of de portment of modern languages; J. I* Dunn, head of department of mathe matics; N. E. Coleman, head of de partment of English; ileorge F. Clu key, head of department of inorganic Sciences; Thomas A. P.onser. head of department of organic sciences; Etta L. Reed, mathematics; Olive H. Jones, Latin; Mattle E. Dihby, English; Margaret C. Drown. French, history; Sara K. Archer, mathematics; Roda telleck, Datln; Corinth L,. Crook, Ger man; Jessie W. Dockett, English; Maud W'oy, history; Ola Bowman, me chanical drawk-.g, mathem...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 1 September 1903

4- HOOSEMOVING DAY ON THE NORTHERN PACIFIC A "fusee pageant," enacted by a dozen freight crews of the Northern Pacific, entered the city last night at A late hour. It was the first act in the making of a new division for the freight employes of the line. It marks the practical demise of the town of Hope, Idaho, as a railway center. ! • Yesterday there was the greatest activity In Hope preparatory to mov ing the railway paraphernalia from that point to Trout Creek, 47 miles farther west. In order to arrange the crews for the new service it was nec essary to bring them all to this city and the pistol shots and displny of red fire from the "fusees" which caused people to wonder what was happening at the Northern Pacific depot last night was the result. The route between Spokane and Missoula, Mont., has been entirely re districted. Today the town of Sand CONDENSED TELEGRAPH NEWS. Washington.—Charles W. Austin has been appointed postmaster at Cu •ick and E. H. Hall at Downs, Wash. Brusse...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 2 September 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY ' TweatT'FiTt 555 Per Month. mi. 357. INSANE MAN TRIES TO KILL ROOSEVELT A Demented German With a Pistol Attempts to Reach President OTSTXB BAT, X.. X., ts.pt. I.—A mv, suppossd to bo twntad, mill ■a attempt laat night to roach *ooo»- --velt. Be waa arrested by tha secret aarrlea man goai-dlnf tha president, Oa his paxaoa waa found a SS-oaUbre revolver. It la believed that ha in tend od to assassinate tha president. The man's name Is Henry Weln brenner. He lives at Syosset, I, 1., a small place seven miles from the president's summer home. The secret service man who was detailed to guard in front of the house was standing tn the roadway about 10 o'clock last night when an unknown man drove up In a carriage. He was held up 100 feet from the house and announced that ho had an engagement with the president. He gave his name and said that the president had telegraphed for him. The guard examined his list and found thnt no such name had been given him and ordered Welnbr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 2 September 1903

TKe SpoKane Press. ptttMwl mmv shrewis* tkwpt wiiiii rkr n< tt*m publishing- Ompur. One cent per eooy, sta oente per week, twenty-five cents per month or It per year, detteered or carrier. No free copies. Bnbecrtbers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all eases of •oat thr tardy delivery to the oSSee, SJU irons As*. artfssku— stain STS. are stages* Boa 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: tt Tribunte building. New Tork City. Chicago office: 10t Hartford building. W. H. Porte rfield. representative. Honor to Sunday School Workers. There Is one cheering feature of the New Holland (Ohio) case, where Cashier Brown looted a bank of nearly f 80,000. It has not yet been stated that Brown was a Sunday school superintend ent. For years It has been a favorite "Joke" of the funny writers that every hank defaulter waa a church member or Sunday school teacher. In many oases this was true, but that fact furnishes no foundation for the absurd inference drawn by some that Sunday school...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 2 September 1903

WOMAN LIVES WITH JUGULAR VEIN CUT OUT r NEW YORK, Sept. I.—Urlßf with twr Jugular vela out out, Mr*. Julia ■Appleby of Auburn, N. T„ owea every Breath she draws to the skill and cool- Bess of a New Tork surgeon. A tumor, which meant certain and Bjpeedy death had developed in Mrs. sVppleby's neck, and the surgeon, as a last resort, removed not only the fugular vein which carries the waste blood from the head, but the •xternal. Internal and part of the: Common carotid arteries, which feed, the brain. Dr. MacPhatter's work consisted of the removal of the entlrs Internal Jugular vein and the carotid arteries tin one side. This suddenly changed •ntlrely the plan of the circulation of the brain. And yet so cleverly did Mature aid, that every function of the brain was carried on without' Interruption, and without the slight-, •st apparent change. When ha first cut into the turner ten the left side of Mrs. Appleby's neck it waa not the intention of the surgeon to Interfere with any of the b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 2 September 1903

4 WILL MAKE A FIGHT ON NEW LICENSE LAW At last night's council meeting Councilman Hand Introduced the new law governing licenses described In Inst night's Press, which will snd many ot the abuses now practiced In the liquor traffic in Spokane. The law was referred to the license com mittee. That a vigorous fight will be made against the new measure by the friends of the brewery trust dives tn the council was evident when Dr. Doollttle and President Baldwin tried to secure an indefinite postponement, hut failed. A rartlsan fight ensued over the appointment of Dr. Allen as health Officer. It was charged that Dr. 'Allen had certified favorably on an Unfit applicant for policeman and afterwards changed the records to make an unfavorable report. An ef fort to confirm Allen's sppointment failed by a vote of 6 to 4. Councilman Pratt Introduced a res olution citing the fact that ths police department was not enforcing the license law and directing the police to enforce the law against the I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 3 September 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twentr-Flve Cents Per Month. KO. 258. NICKELSEN RESIGNS AND ENDS SCANDAL Withdraws From Pastorate and Church and Charges Are Dropped. Rev. C. D. Nickelsen, formerly of Colfax, Is not to be the center of a salacious trial by the conrerence of the Methodist church after all, tlie reverend gentleman having agreed at a private meeting with Bishop Hamil ton last night to withdraw from the church and the clergy. The members of the conference heard of the agreement long before the opening meeting this morning, and there was an unusual craning of necks when tho short ana simple let ter of withdrawal was read. During the reading Rev. NloKetsen sat sto ically in his seat the focus point for •0 per cent of the eyes In the church. SENT WOMAN TO TRAP DOCTOR INTO SCANDAL So Alleges Prominent Physician Regard ing Sensational Charges Made Against Him. The long-threatened war in the medical fraternity tn this city ap pears to have been opened up by the filing of charges In tho offi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 3 September 1903

a The SpoKane Press. Vtabtlabe* sTs-sry srrenlng Tttseept Sunday hy The Press Publishing Company. One oent per copy, clx cents per week, twenty-«ve cents per montn or as •par year, delteemd by carrier. No fro. copies. Bntncrtbers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all oaeen of pooe Sjr tardy delivery to ths offlca ■Mepkn. Katn STd, OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern oSlce: 63 Trlbunte building. Now York City. Chicago office: 106 Hartford building. W. H. Porte rfield, representative. SPOKANE —"The Chaperons." A House of Patriots. Over in England the marquis of Salisbury, his great work done, lies in fcls grave, while a nation sorrows. Only recently he laid down the reins of power, which he had held for years, and whioh, for the matter of that, have been hold by the house of Cecil for 300 years. Sovereigns may come and sovereigns may go, but the house of Cecil geems to last forever. It Is the connecting link between England's first great queen, Elisabeth, and Its last great queen, Vi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 3 September 1903

TO SETTLE OWNERSHIP KLONDIKE GOLD FIELDS r LONDON, Sept. The commis sion appointed under the treaty con cluded last January between Oreat Britain and the United States to set fie If possible the long-standing dis pute over the Alaskan boundary met {his morning at the British foreign jfoee and formally organized. Those Present included the three British Commissioners—Lord Alverstone, Sly' fcouls Jette Uieutenan.t governor of fiuebec) end Mr. A. B. Aylesworth, C. —and tho three American com missioners—Secretary Root, Senator Lodge and Senator Turner/ In addl fton there was present n great array pf counsel to present the two sides Of the case. The question at issue eyas not entered into today, the Ini tial session being devoted to the work Of organisation and the exchange of Courtesies. Thirty parsons, Including the secre taries and counsel, wero present. No business was transacted, the meeting being devoted to organisation. Lord JAlvcrstone, lord chief Justice of Ellg WEDS HIS WIFE OF...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 3 September 1903

I ORDER OF MARCH FOR LABOR DAY PARADE ; The Labor Day committee appoint ed by the trades council to arrange for the big celebration on Monday nest held a meeting Mat night and completed many of the plans. The celebration Is to he a big af fair, calling out all the local unions In a monster parade, after which all hands will repair to the Natatorlum fbr a day of pleasure. There will be speaking by J. R. Sovereign. C. R. Zlenke, Fred N. Foss and C, A. Fos ter, after which sports and dancing Will be engaged In. The colored Raptists of the city Will give a big barbecue on the grounds nnd there will be several show attractions, for which privi leges have been let. The marchers In the parade will move four abreast, under the leader ship of Grand Marshal W. D. Jack man. There will be many floats of beautiful and original pattern. The order of the unions in line and line of march follows: Section I—Marshal1 —Marshal of the day. W. D. Jackman; platoon of police. Hoppe's band, Spokane trades ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 4 September 1903

OWE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. NO. 259. FALL 65 FEET TO DEATH four Men Precipitated From Top of Elevator by Lack of Single Rivet. »y tne alas—c at a single rive* one man waa Instantly killed and thine others ay* haltered he he fatally tajared throng* falling from the top of a steel wheat elevator tower at the Centennial mill -at noon time to day. All of the men are stssl work ers from Seattle. The men aaei Oeorge derrick, St years of age, married. Instantly killed. Carl Williams, aged tt, from Mnn ele. End., body bruised all over and nose smashed. Otto Bnhler, 84 years of age, a German, contusion of the hack and suffering from severe shook; no hones broken. Xmll Careen, about SS years of age, native of Sweden, suffering from con tusion of the brain, Internal injuries, severs scalp wounds aad a fractured rlh. Is unconscious ane doctors hold ont little chances for his life. HALF A MILLION MADE OFF $5000 Mining Men Realize Fabulous Profits From Small Investments by Swee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 4 September 1903

a TKe SpoKane Press. faVtdlsbll Brass averring smcept ■—>sas by Tha Press Publishing Oeeanen* One cent per eeay, six eeats per week, twenty-See cents per month or II fser yes*. Saßvered by eaerter. ah free copies ■srbnte there wUI senfsi a favor by promptly reporting all oaaes of poor Ssr tardy delivery to ths offles. fa« Preen Aye. ■Telephone Mala STS. fPostofflos Bon d> OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern awlr-e: St Trlbunte tralldrng. New Tork City. Chicago office: 106 Hartford building. W. H. Porterfield, representative. TOsTXOMT-S AMUSSBCBSTTS. BPOKANF.—"The Chaperons." A Woman Wronged. Says Mr. Dooley: "Sin is news and news is sin."* ""* The Irish philosopher is correct. Virtue Is not news. Virtue Is too common. News must be uncommon, tt must be out of the ordinary. Good behavior is the rule. It la tho excep tion to the rule that Makes news. Moreover. When an ordinary man or woman sins. It Is ordinary news. When a man »r woman high up In the world sins, tt is big news. The high...

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