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

HANGED FOR MURDER OF AN OLD WOMAN ' CARUTTHCRBVILLE, Me.. Sept. 4. «—Charles Austin was hung today for »he murder of Mrs. Carrie Johnson, wn old widow, who lived five miles Srom Caruthersvllle, a year ago. The woman lived on property beloYiging Ho Auatln, and, claiming that she was •occupying too much ground for the' Tent she was paying, Aufrtin attempt «d to move the boundary fence on !her section of the land. He was ac companied by his two brothers and a hired man, and they started to tear down the fence, when they were, driven oft the land by Mrs. Jehnsnm. BRIDGING GREAT SALT LAKE TO SAVE TWO HOURS. SALT LAKE CITT, Sept. 4.—The most daring of the many engineering feats now being undertaken In the effort to straighten the transcorfttnon- tal lines presided over be- E. H. Har riman, the railroad king, is the Og den-Lueln cut-off. This consists of 106 miles of track that shoot straight as the crow flies across Great Salt Lake from Lucln In Nevada to Og den In I'tah. the eastern term...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 4 September 1903

4 MARY ANDERSON MAY RETURN TO THE STAGE NEW TORK. Sept. 4—Robert Grau, who has returned from Europe, States that Mary Anderson de Navar ro will return to public life under hie management for a series of 100 readings in this country. The prinripal object of hi* visit abroad was to complete arrangements for Mme. Patti's "farewell" tour of the Phtted States. It occurred tn him that although there seemed little likelihood of success. In view of many previous failures, he might again make overtures to Mary Anderson. Accordingly he sent a proposition to the old Ivy-colored mansion near Worerrestcr, where she hns lived ns the wife of Antonio de Navarro since her retirement from the stage 15 years ago. He offered her $225,000 to come to her native land and give 200 readings. There was no reply for some time, but Just before he sailed Mr. Oraut Burglar Ties Woman to tho Bed Pott One of the most daring of rob beries occurred near Hillsboro, Ore, this morning about 2 o'clock. E. H. Warren, abo...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 5 September 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. »o.*«o. ■ M'INTURFF TALKS ON LOVE MICROBES Says the Less Science Has to Do With Marriage the Better. -If love la m disease, God must be diseased," declered the Rev. David N. Mclnturff today, "because the Bible tells us that God is love." This stntement was called forth by a discussion into which Dr. Mclnturff had entered relative to the new the ory advanced by Dr. A. C. Cotton of Chicago, namely, that love Is a dis ease and that it Is the result of the work of a microbe. Here is the pith and substance of Dr. Cotton'B theory, as stated by him self: "Truly. I believe love Is a disesse. Some day we may discover the germ that Is responsible for Its existence. Demented Man Threatens Hay NEW YORK, Sept. s.—Francis Dungue, a photographer, was arraign ed in court this morning charged with sending threatening letters to Secre tory of State Hny. He was sent to Bcllevue hospital to be examined ns to his sanity. He claimed that the Oerman governmen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 5 September 1903

t The SpoKane Press. gratia*** Tervery Bvenlng Bnoept Ssaday by Th* Press PuMightng Company. One eeat per copy, era cents per week, twenty-Ore cents per month or It fa* year, dallversd by carrier. No free copies. •nbaeilbeia will confer a favor by promptly reporting ail cases of poor g» tardy delivery to the office. gtg Peon* Aye. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 63 Trlbunte building. New York City. Chicago office: 106 Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld. representative. From Waiter to Millionaire. Still another. The man who get* the biggest salary in the United States Is an ex waiter. That is George Boldt, the manager of the Waldorf-Astoria hotel in New Tork. Someone printed the statement some time ago that Charles Schwab, late preeldent of the billion dollar ateel trust, got $1,000,000 a year. It turned out that he received only a measly $100,000. As manager and profit-sharer with the Astors, Mr. Boldt receives $500,- --000 a year. That ia five times aa much aa Chauncey Depew...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 5 September 1903

DEADWOOD READY FOR THE MINING CONGRESS DEADWOOD, S. D.. Sept. s.—Dele- Bates are already arriving in large numbers for the meeting of the Amer ican Mining congress, which Is to begin its sessions here next Monday and continue through the week. The session Is to last six days, and the delegates and their friends also will enjoy several outings that have been arranged for them. The speakers include such men as Dr. J. D. Holmes, E. W. Parker and Ooorge B. Roberts of Washington, D. C; Franklin H. Carpenter of Denver and Representative C. E. Van Duzer of Nevada. Mr. Shaw will speak on "The Mining Industry and Its Rela tion to American Finances." Hence there Is no doubt that the technical part of the program will be interest ing. Just what particular question will engage the uppermost attention Fined for Being a Human Arsenal John Bdwards, n youth who blew into town from Chicago with It ang ling's circus, was fined $100 and costs by Justice Hinkle In police court yesterday for turning him...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 5 September 1903

4 VICTIM OF DISASTER IS STILL UNCONSCIOUS There Is very little hope entertain ed by the nurses at the Sacred Heart hospital for the life of Emil Larson, one of the three survivors of the Centennial mill accident of yesterday noon, who was the most badly Injured In the fall from the top of the steel grain bin. During the night at times Larson became delirious and It took three attendants to keep him on the bed. He had not regained consciousness for even a minute when n Press re porter called this morning. It Is known that the skull was fractured Croker a Martyr, Stays In England NEW TORK, Sort. 6.—"Richard Croker will never return to this country except to visit friends. His son. Frank, went to Wantage and urged him to come home a short time but he declared that, although he was out of politics for good, he knew that It would be for the Interests of the democratic party in New Tork city for htm to remain In England and he Intended to do so." This statement waa maae today by Edward C....

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 7 September 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cent* Per Month. HO. 261. AMERICA SHOULD HAVE NO CLASSES Roosevelt Says the People Must Work Unitedly For Destiny. SYRACUSE, Sept. 7.—A special carrying President Roosevelt and party arrived at 8:30 today, and the president reviewed the labor parade. The trip here wae without Incident. The president greeted tha crowds at the stations he passed this morning, but made no speeches en route. An Immense crowd was at tha station here. He spoke aa follows: "It Is natural to keep in mind the two bodies who compose the majority of our people and upon whose welfare depends the welfare of the entire state. If clrcumstnnces are such that thrift, energy. Industry and fore thought enable tlie farmer, tho tiller of the soil, on the one hand, and the wage-worker on the other, to keep themselves, their wives, and their children in reasonable comfort, then the state Is well off, and we ran be assured that the other classes in the community will likewise prosper. On the o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 7 September 1903

a The Spohane Press. •efbltshsd Every srrwntng Bncept Sunday hy The Press Publishing Company, One cent per copy, sis cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or tt pmt Fear, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all aaaea of Boor •r tardy delivery to the office. •IS Front Are. nroisphsns stain 3TS» srewhcMee Bos 4, OFFICIAL CITY PAPER, Eastern office: 61 Tribune building. New Tork City. Chloogo office: 106 Hartford building. W. H. Porterlleld, manager of foreign advertising. AUDITORIUM —Miss Ines Forman In "East Lynne." One Kentucky Girl. To gain the hand and heart Of Miss Julia Ring of Louisville, Ky., two young men fought for 17 rounds with bare kuncklos. They were friends. Both were suitors of Miss Ring. Neither would give her up for the other. So they decided to fight for the girl. Both lost out. The young woman spurns them, victor and vanquished, and declares she Will horsewhip the first ona who steps his foot Into her ya...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 7 September 1903

BRITISH TRADES UNION COUNCIL IN SESSION I LONDON, Sept. 7.—Pour hundred Snd fifty delegates, representing 8,250,000 organized trade unionists, Were present today at the opening of the thirty-sixth annual Trades Union Congress of Great Britain, In the town hall of Leicester. ' Max S. Mayes nnd Thomas Lawler, the fra ternal delegates from the American Federation of Labor, were given a hearty reception. In welcoming the delegates the lord mayor of Leicester called attention to the fact that it FIRST HAIRCUT IN FORTY YEARS. IK iW LINO ORBEN, Ohio, Sept. «. —For the first time In 40 years Lo clus Holdover, a recluse reeldlng tn Bloom township, had his hair cut re cently. He came to the elty and Man ager Will lass Smith of the T. B. O st S. Traction company, offered to pay for a hair cut if he would sub- LABOR DAY OBSERVED THROUGHOUT THE EAST MEMPHIS. Term.. Sept. 7.—Labor Day was observed in Memphis as a general holiday, tha banks nnd many business houses being closed. In the forenoon th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 7 September 1903

_ a MM IK *€ Won. Lost. P.C in m ii —ni Beettl OS 17 837 Spokane «S M (81 Bait Lake M 83 481 The sad tale of a bold band who got theirs must be repeated, for the In dians, though fighting every Inch of ground, had their feathers trailed in the dust and their war paint smeared all over everything. Mr. Maupln was the cause of it. Hogg pitched a good game aside from his wildness, but Maupln had Spokane on his hip. unit till w* get him over here. The score: Seattle 1 0 0 t 0 0 t 0 •—6 Bpokane 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 o—l By Clever work in the field Butte Shut out Salt Lake. Score: R. H. E. Butte 6 6 4 Bait Lake 0 6 E Some remarkable games were play ed In the Coast league yesterday. Oak land succeeded In shutting out Port land In both the morning and after noon games, by a score of 8 to 0 and ( to 0. At Sacramento the 'Frisco team encompassed the defeat of the sacred city by a score of 18 to 11, while Los Angeles on her own grounds did, the Seattles up to the tune of 7 to f. i • , • ' Johnny Burn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 8 September 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. nvarmon maxbt m. NO. 262. BEIRUT BUTCHERS WADING IN BLOOD Mussulmans and Christians Clash; Many Are Slain Outright. CONSTANTINOPLE, Sept. *.—A consular dispatch received here from Beirut,'says a fierce brawl occurred there yesterday between Mussulmans and Christians, due to a shot fired by a Mussulman at a Christian em ployed at the American college. The Ghrtetlun was wounoed. The fight eecurred while the Vnll was aboard the cruiser Brooklyn. Diplomatic circles here regard the affair as se rious. A later official version has been received. It says the Christians were the assailants, they having fired on four Mussulmans. The crowd toOrOalOd until the troops were called out to compel or der. Three soldiers were wounded and one killed. One Christian was President Is at Home Again OYSTER BAT, L. t, Sept. B.—Pres ident Roosevelt's train arrived at Ho boken at T o'clock this morning, where the president breakfasted. He reached hers at 10 o'cl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 8 September 1903

TKe SpoKane Press. published Deary Bhrenlng Baoept Sunday by Ths Press Publishing Company. sckipm-kciiaji run ninoi. One cent per oopy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or ft S*r year, delivered by carrier. No free coplee. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor •r tardy delivery to the office. 9JU Front Are. telephone Mala 37a, OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 53 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: 106 Hartford building. W. H. Porter field, manager of foreign advertising. TOSTTOHT'S AMUSEMENTS. SPOKANE —I2xrn Kendall In "The Vinegar Buyer." AUDITORIUM—Miss Inez Forman in "East Lynne." To Mothers— A business man, pointing to a woman nnd a young girl who were Eoing Jtp the street ehatlng to each other, said to one of the scribes! "Do you know that woman?" "No" "Well, ostensibly she Is a lady. She knows how to appear well In public and has the entree of respectable homes. In reality, as some men about town know well, she ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 8 September 1903

EAGLES' PARADE LIKE AN OLD-TIME CIRCUS The New York World gives the fol lowing account of the Eagles' parade and convention hist week: The Eagles paraded down Fifth avenue this afternoon and were re viewed by Mayor Dow and other of ficials of the city. It was tho blarlest. most chromatic parade this town has Seen since circuses ceased parading in the daytime. ooMmni TrnrrpoHMS. J* The most gorgeous outfit in tho parade, which was remarkable for combinations In dress, came from Cincinnati. These Beau Brummels of Eagledom wore Tuxedo coats, low-cut waistcoats, diamond shirt studs, white trousers, blue fezxes and,. Of course, patent leather shoes. One of tho Cincinnati members reported for the parade In a hansom cab. He was in Ills shirt sleeves and could not remember whore he left his coat. Fifty women on tnllyhos rodo behind tho Cincinnati marchers. BAUDS PLAYED HIAWATHA. There were bands nnd bands and Barbecue Was a Big Success "111, yon fellah—done been to de bnrhccue yet? No—my gw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 8 September 1903

4 DISHONORED CHECK A BASIS FOR LAWSUIT t, ' ' * . The OTd National bank of this elty la defendant In an action for dam ages In the sum of $30,000. The plaintiff is Q. B. Dunlap, who states that, though during tne summer he had at least $680 on deposit with the bank and subject to check, a cer tain cheek drawn by htm against his account while he was this summer In West Virginia we. returned dis honored. Mr. Dunlap states In his complaint that he went back to his old home and while at Wheeling commenced a deal whereby he was to sell to a com pany of prominent West Virginians, known as the West Virginia Tonopah Mining & Development company, Sporting' News. Won. Lost. P.C. Btitte 73 62 684 Bpokane 67 68 536 Seattle .....66 68 632 Bait Lake 25 14 417 Hlekey waa good to the iDdlaaa yesterday. After shutting them out twice An the series he fell down on the shutout stunt at Seattle and let Spokane wine out. Dammann re trieved himself somewhat and sent the Seattles a package of shoots nn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 9 September 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. rauraoan atAxa rra. NO. 368. HORRIBLE ATROCITY REIGNS IN BALKANS Turks Massacre Rebels and Force War on Bulgaria. Beirut in Terror 1 tIBIFIOUI, Sep*, a.—Eastern Eonmania Xussallniana hers are pre paring to emigrate en aaasss to Con stantinople on account of the rough treatment of the Bulgarians. Ths lurks are reported to be plan ning .a. huge, drive la the Balkans, forcing the insurgents into a small ore*, where they will be annihilated. Ths first part of the program has al ready been carried ont at Monastlr, where the situation passes descrip tion. It Is I continued story of rapine, murder and starvation. Ths woods of Xastorls are filled with hid ing women and children, perishing miserably. COHSTANTnfOPI.E, Sept. 9.—Two thousand insurgents are surrounded by troops in the Kirk Millie district. STews of their surrender or annihila tion is momentarily expected. . A se vere engagement ia also reported be tween the insurgents and Turks on t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 9 September 1903

THe SpoKane Press. tgVbltahed every aTvenlng Except Sunday by Tho Press Publishing Company. One oeat par espy, six cents per week, twenty-five oenta per month or II |gs> year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers wlli confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor •r tardy delivery to the office. «U Trem* At*. ■Telephone Mala 3TA> sTs stifle Boat 4, OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: BS Tribune building. -New York City. Chicago office: 106 Hartford building. W. H. Porterfield, manager of foreign advertising. SPOKANE—Ezra Kendall In "Tbe Vinegar Buyer." Wanted to Borrow Money. The newspapers of Kansas are still Jumping- all over the frame of their governor. The reason Is a story of mere gall that paralyzes one. Kansas was hit hard by the floods. Tho disasters cost money—lots of It. Thousands of persons had to depend on public charity for sustenance. If there Is anything a Kansan likes It Is to have somebody else foot the bills. Good crops tor years and mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 9 September 1903

GIRL'S MARKET DRESS CAUSES FAMILY ROW ' The Fisher* had another field day In police court yesterday. When they appeared a month ago !W. L. Fisher, the husband, was fined 925 and costs for disorderly conduct, the result of blood-curdling yells that he emitted from among the trees back of the house, 1312 Boone ave nue. In the night time, the object of the disorder being to frighten his wife. Yesterday he was fined $50 and Costs, tho outcome of a row between the two as to whether or not their ' IS-year-old daughter should dress In White to go to the butcher shop or ■he should dress In black for that Important function. Mrs. Fisher stated on the stand that she runs 0 boarding house. Fisher has been doing the cooking to pay for hla board. "Did I ever assnurt you?" asked Fisher of his wife, who was on the stand. "No. you did not, Fisher; but I'm Cost Him $15 to Pound Beefsteak ' Elmer Franklin, who Bays he is a plasterer belonging to the Buffalo union, but who looks like a hobo, de nied e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 9 September 1903

« MEDICAL LAKE LINE IS NOW A CERTAINTY Btate Benator Stanley Hallett of Medical Lake, who has been named ns promoting the out-of-town end of the proposed extensions of the Graves street car lines to Medical Lake and the territory west of the city today stated to a representative Of The Press: "All of the plans have been com pleted and the road Is sure to go through Within the next few months. Residents of Medical Lake are elated over the prospect of the new line building from Spokane and are giving It every encouragement. Ranchers along the proposed route are also HEALTH ROW CAUSES CREDITORS TO WAIT • City Purchasing Agent Handley baa sought in vain for authority per mitting him to O. K. bllla contrasted by the city health department dur ing the past month. Dr. Allen served as nealth officer during the month but went out of office without placing an O. K. on the bills for the month. Later the bills bobbed up with the O. K. of Dr. Newman, who Is now serving as health officer. Inasmuc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 10 September 1903

ONE CENT PEN COPY Twenty-Fire Cents Per Month. NO. 3«4. PORTE HAS ISSUED IMPORTANT IRADE Directs That fortifications Be Strengthened-Looks Much Like War TXSinf A, Bept 10.—Ths TaffeMast sodas' reports that all the towns of Bonmanta, and area Oonatantlnople, ore In one network of. military sad police, who hare divided the streets Into groups, tha boasts in whloh are constantly watched for secret scents, under whom ore armed xurdals sad alhsailana, ready at a signal to ex terminate the Christians. The mess es;* odds that If Burops was aware of tho ferment among the Mohamme dans she would devise mean* to avert tho massacres whloh are bound to ooeur. TJBBBA, Bept. lo.—Die Belt today Says ths Bulgarian government has Railroad Men and Employes Confer BALTIMORE, Md., Sept. 10—A committee representing the various brotherhoods of employes of the Bal timore & Ohio held a conference with officials this morning, at which the demands of the men were freely dis cussed. It seems there Is no pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 10 September 1903

1 The SpoKane Press. S)SOinM*taV VVsHßftsMk tVbllsnOd «T*ry Kvenfn* Bxoept Sunday by Tho Press Publishing Company, Ono a*rat par *opy. six seats per weak, twenty five cants per month or It §m year, dsltrared by carrier. No fr** ooplaa. Subscriber* will confer a favor by promptly reporting all oases ot poor •T tardy salivary to tha office. CM Promt In. tfaUphona Stain m, aTeafgUs Bos 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 5S Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: 106 Hartford building. W. H. Porterfield. manager of foreign advertising. TOHTOKT'S AMUBEanSHTS. CARNIVAL GROUNDS—DiavoIo. the man who loops the loop. 4 "Three and Four in a Hill." If he who makes two blades of grass to grow where but one has grown Is entitled to the name of benefactor, then that professor at Ames college, lowa, who has told the farmers of the corn belt how to Increase their crops Is a philanthropist. He does not advise Increased acreage. He simply advises the farmers to plant 100 "live" kernels O...

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