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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 10 September 1903

WILL SHOW MINERAL WEALTH AT THE FAIR! Among the mining camps that will |aye ore exhibits during the Inter state fair win be Sumpter and Prai rie City, Ore., and Fish Creek, a com paratively new district, In Montana. From across the 11ns Tmlr, Nelson, Xjardo and the Boundary are all go tag to he represented. The Green wood board of trade has taken In hand the collection of ores from the '•Boundless Boundary." Every camp will have representative exhibits from the big low grade copper-gold ore bodies of Phoenix and Deadwoed to She high grade silver-gold ores of Providence camp. Besides the ores from the Immedi ate vicinity of its own town, Nelson purposes sending a rich display of specimen samples from Poplar creek fca the L&rdo district. Tho notable feature will be a chunk of quarts aa large as a man's head containing two Sat fulls of virgin gold held together hy wire stringers. The ore exhibit at the Stevens New York In Lead In Rifle Matofi ' SEAGIRT. N. 1., Sept 10—Ths Second an...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 10 September 1903

* CON CONFINED FOR CONNING O'CONNER ' Cos Sullivan this morning stood pp before Judge Richardson and pleaded guilty to an Information charging him with taking $15 and a $1 purse from W. F. O'Connor last month. The circumstances seemed to be that Con. seeing the purse 1 KAISER LED CHARGE; MADE SAXONS ANGRY ' BAM.E, Germany, Sept. 10.—The cavalry charge today led by the kaiser was a furious one. Many were unhorsed and Injured, and the ambu lances were kept busy. When the kaiser saw the Saxons were out maneuvering the Prussians be took all the cavalry from tlie Saxons over to the Prussians. Th* Saxon advance BURGLAR'S DASHING WIFE GAVE NINE DETECTIVES SLIP KANSAS CITY, Mo, Sept. 10.— ' "Lady" Nellie Brooks, the pretty and dashing wife of "Gentleman George" Robinson, alias Harry Brooks, the burglar, the extent of whose opera tions has amazed the New York po- j lice, says she Is entirely innocent of . nny connection with any robberies Robinson may have committed. The woman was arrested a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 11 September 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. NO. 265. LADIES RING FARES ON THE CARS TODAY Red Cross Takes Charge of Lines and Coins Money For Hospital Fund The city belongs to the Red Cross society today In the great work in the interest of the new hospital of Bt. Luke's. As the direct result of the Interest shown by the ladles of the Red Crose the fund for the com pletion of the building and the fur nishing of it will be swelled to pro portions that will prove a joyful sur prise to everyone. Today every street car In the city is under the charge or one of the ladles, each of whom Is attired in the dress of a trained, nurse, with the red badge of the Red Cross so ciety. The enthusiasm which Is be ing shown by the good ladles of the city Is typical of them at all times when by lending their aid they can benefit any good cause. Today they have entered Into their work with splendid energy. And they are all handsome ladles, too. The quiet costume of the Red Cross so ciety lends to the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 11 September 1903

7 THe SpoKane Press. 080808 FT7TNAM. Crtoblished Every Evening Exeapt Sunday by Tha Press Publishing Company. One cent par copy, six cants par weak, twenty-live cents per month or ft ajar rear, delivered by carrier. No free ooples. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all eases of poor Sjr tardy delivery to the office. attt Fron* At*. sTeUpaoae Mala 3TtL OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 53 Tribune building, New York City. Chicago office: IOC Hartford building. W. H. Porterfield, manager of foreign advertising. TONIGHT'S AMUSEMENTS. SPOKANE—S. Mlfler Kent In "Fighting Bob." CARNIVAL GROUNDS—DiavoIo. the man who loops the loop. The Danger of Paganism. At large expense nnd by means of an effective organization the London Daily News has taken the religious census of the city of London. This census, a notable journalistic enterprise. Is valuable as showing the religious status of the great city, which Is the heart of the British empire. The net results of the census,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 11 September 1903

WILL WOMEN SUPPLY ASPIRANT FOR OFFICE? Spokane residents who are inter ested in the public school system of the city are already discussing the eomlng school election, to be held on the First Saturday tn December. The terms of President Floyd L. Daggett and Dr. J. M. Semple of the city school board expire with this year, and they will either be re elected or successors to their places will be chosen. OFFICIALS FORCED TO PAY LIKE THE OTHERS Superintendent L, R. Notbohm of the street railway system was no exception to the general rule for the Bed Cross conductors not to allow a victim to escape. He came down town on a car from his Broadway home, nnd tt coat hlm Just one whole large dollar. He good nnturedly pro tested on tha ground that courtesy demands that his ride go free ns usual, but he was told that WasfK Ington Water Power company officials were no better than tho general run of people on the cars today. Popular Couple Go to the Altar Before a large crowd at All Saints' cathedr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 11 September 1903

4 BUSINESS MEN WILL BE AT HOME TONIGHT The special excursion trnln carry ing the business men's party Is due to arrive at the Great Northern depot at 6 o'clock this evening. Shortly after 9 o'clock this morning the home ward trip from Wenatchee wag com menced. About 40 of the party re mained at Wenatchee to go on the special Lake Chelan trip and these Will not be home before Sunday eve ning. After leaving Wenatchee the spe cial made Its first stop nt Qulncy at 10.20 o'clock. From that point on the runWng schedule was: Euphratn. 10:55 a. m.; Wilson Creek. 11:45 a. m.; Krupp. 12:15 p. m.; Odessa, 12:55 p. an. At Odessa the Junketers took «n hour off for lunch and Hoppe's band SOLDIER LADS TO GO TO MIMIC WAR CAMP All arrangements hsve been per fected for the departure from the Northern Pacific station of Company H, Second Washington Infantry, at 11:05 o'clock tomorrow night for Camp Weisenberger, near Tacoma. The orders coll for arrival at camp Monday morning, the 14th. and field duty ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 12 September 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Fit* Cents Per Month. TBUlttn mtAXm 175. NO. 5«6. BULGARIA READY TO AVENGE HER SLAIN Macedonian Leaders Serve an Ominous Memorial on Hie Powers. Ed So lavs resnscaaa tiros of the pow- Tarksy does act aUcoattens the ex tirailaitlia of tha Balgwrtaa lasmr feats. tats latter wtU take fasgioiioo aa the Itnhammsdssa saw snake the yens sag reoponoibie. LONDON. Sept. 12.—The Balonlca correspondent of the Times, after vis- Hughoa Bound Over to tho Superior Court C. Hughes, proprietor of the Iro quois club, colored, whs bound over to the superior court by Justice Hlnkle this afternoon on the charge of robbing his partner In the club, Daisy Clark, of 1380. Hughes' bond was reduced from $760 to t3OO. Miss Clark was put In bonds to appear ns a wltnesn, her original bond being reduced from >Dou to t2OO. ML BaMy Capped With Snow Today Mount Baldy. us Mount Curl ton Is celled In Spokane colloquial lnngusge, this morning showed the first coat of snow exhibited there sinc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 12 September 1903

a TKe SpoKane Press. ' a*shtlshad Every Evening Basest Sunday by Tha Press Publishing Company. One seat per copy, sis cents per week, twenty-Aye oeats per month or f * t>ar year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers wIU confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of pose gs> tardy delivery to the office. KM Heart Are. ■SJspauns Main 3TS. BWstusVis Box a, OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 53 Tribune building, New York City. Chicago office: IM Hartford building. W. H. Porterfteld, manager of foreign advertising. SPOKANE—S. Miller Kent In "Fighting Bob." CARNIVAL GROUNDS—DiavoIo. the man who loops the loop. Initiative and Referendum A "There Is no country, no nation on the globe that can compare in quality and number of educational Institutions with those of Switzerland according to Hie number of inhabitants." This testimony is from Hon. T. N. reck, formerly our minister to Swit zerland. Switzerland is very prosperous. That is because the people are Intelll fre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 12 September 1903

IS N. P. BEHIND THE SNAKE RIVER ROAD? Down In T.ewlston much guessing Is being Indulged in aa to who la backing the Lewlston & Owyhee rail- Way. Over-ln Bait Lake the announce ment has been made that the Union Pacific Is behind the enterprise, and that they are building the road in retaliation for the Burlington people —one of Jim Hill's connections—in vesting what they consider their ex clusive territory by building the Sal neon river line. In the Mormon city It is explained that the Union Pacific has decided to reach the Paget sound markets by way of the Snake river route from Huntington, thus affording the most direct line from the middle ♦est to the northern Pacific sea- J Board. The knowing ones assert thnt since the strife has again nroken out be tween the Hill and Harrlman 'com binations the present building opera Pays His OU BIU and Serves Out Costs William T. Drevler did the polite thIUK this week by railing on Mary Work arid Ella Horrmn, landladies of the Vendome hotel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 12 September 1903

PASSENGER DIVISION IS TO BE ELIMINATED Following tne redisricting of the freight divisions of the Northern Pa cific between this city snd Missoula, Stent., comes an announcement of a contemplated change in the pass enger dlviso.n between . Spokane and: Butte and Helena. It is proposed to Stake on division of approximately 333 miles, where hb'w there are two:' The "headquarters will still remain In Missoula, as heretofore, and the of fice of superintendent. chief iris- 1 patcher snd clerks will i una in un changed. It Is claimed that the trainmen Sporting News. Won. Lost. P.C. Butte 73 62 594 Spokane 70 68 647 Seattle Ct 61 620 Bait Lake 26 87 403 Gussle Klorf, the Indian whom Kaiser Villium der' Big; would like to draft, wu the whole thing with the war club yesterday. Out of five time* up he lobbed the sphere out into the little ponds In the outfield for a double end a single, Just to hear them groan down In Salt Lake. It took 10 Innings to show the "bigamists" that Spokane had the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 14 September 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. tnwicn KAXN STS. NO. 2«7. OFFER A FINE PARK FREE TO THE CITY Magnificent Pleasure Ground of 95 Acres Tendered to the Council. C. Herbert Moore Is father of an offer submitted to the finance com mittee of the city council this after noon whereby the city Is offered a park of 96 acres occupying a beauti ful site on the hill aide that will be $2,000 Legacy for Louvre Fire Victim If Miles A. Miller, who came to Spokane from Dixon county, Kaunas, In IS9I and wrote regularly to his parents up to the time of the Louvre theater lire in IMS can be found he will be gladdened by the news that a part of his grand father's estate, amounting to 13000, will be his. Mr. and Mrs. U. W. Miller, who are on their way from Nortliport to ePortlead, stopped over In Spokane to day to learn if possible of the where abouts of their son. The father has been working In the smelter ut North port. Hope of getting trace of their long lost son onused them to look up t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 14 September 1903

3 TKe SpoKane Press. ■Published Every BVenlng Bxeept Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. stOBXPPS-MemAJi ralM SjMYIOB. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-live cents per month or t» par year, delivered by carrier. No free coplea. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all eases of poor ay tardy delivery to the office. Clt Front Aye. Vstsphane Main 37t» arSatjQtsee Boa *, OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 63 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: 106 Hartford building. W. H. Forterfteld. manager of foreign advertising. TO WIGHT'S AMUaIihUIMTS. ACDITORirM—"Down Mobile." Baby's Lost Shoes. "tost —Baby's patent leather shoe. Flmlcr please return to 3016 Calumet avenue; reward." Hereby hangs a pathetic tale of a baby's grief. The advertisement was printed In a Chicago newspaper. Mrs. A. Simons took her little daughter Ruth for a car ride on a Sunday. Ruth wore shiny patent leather shoes. She loved those shoes as most babies love dolls. They were ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 14 September 1903

STATUE OF M'KINLEY UNVEILED AT TOLEUO TOLEDO, 0., Bept. 14.—Toledo's tribute to the memory of President McKlnley, in the shape of a hand some bronze statue of the late presi dent, was unveiled today, the anni versary of his death. The event wns made the occasion for a great dem onstration in which public men from various parts of the country partici pated, In addition to congressmen and State officials of Ohio and invited dig nitaries from neighboring states. Pre ceding the oratorical exercises there was a monster parade of government troops, state militia and numerous Irrigation Congress Meeting at Ogden OGDKN, Utah. Sept. 14.—Delegates to the Natlonnl Irrigation congress began to arrive in large numbers to day, and at noon the registration books in the olllco of Secretary Mnx- BOn contained the names of several hundred. Interest In the proceedings \ of the congress was given an impetus by tlie arrival Of former Governor Prince of Now Mexico nnd other men of prominence who are lead...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 14 September 1903

4 CATHOHIC LADIES TO HOLD CHURCH FAIR For 10 duys Just after the middle Of November tlie ladles of the parish of Our of Lourdes will hold a bazaar In the basen-ent of the nfw edifice, corner of Riverside and Madi son, for the purpose of raising funds for the completion of the two towers planned to adorn the Riverside ave nue end of the magnificent new struc ture. A society has been formed with these officers: President. Mrs. James Clark; vice president. Mrs. A. J. Page; secretary. Mrs. Thomas F. Conlon; treasurer. Mrs. E. J. Roberts.- Engineers Will Listen to Papers The l'ntermountaln Society of Engi neers will hold its regular monthly meeting Tuesday evening at room 601 Empire State building. Some very learned and Instructive papers were to have been read at this meeting. Including one by Bernard Kacdonald of the Le Roi mine at , Rossland, B. C. Owing to the press of business Mr. Macdonald will not be present. He was to have read a paper on "Spokane as a Smelter Site." J. C. Ralsto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 15 September 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month, nunon miAxm m, NO. 268. SAYS BANK FAILURES WERE RIG OUTRAGES Attorney Nash Thinks Gty Can Recover from dark ■ and Sweeny. "One of the greatest outrages ever perpetrated on this community was the failure of the First National bank and other Spokane banks during the hard times," eald Judge I* B. Nash today. Mr. Nash's severe arraignment of the financial Institutions that failed tn Spokane during the hard times of the '90s was brought forth by a ques tion from a Press reporter as to Whether or not he could recover funds belonging to the city that were lost with tho failure of the First Natlonnl hank by suing F. Lewis Clark and Charles Sweeny, who were prominent Stockholders in the defunct bank. At the meeting of the finance commtt tee of tho city council yesterday At torney W. J. Thayer and Arthur D. Jones, representing Clark and Sweeny, maintained that Judge Nush could re cover nothing by. such shit, that the failure of the First Natlonnl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 15 September 1903

a TKe SpoKane Press. i- •■OBoa rtmrAßL •Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Prose Publishing Company. Bomxrva-McmAji vaursa ssbvxob. One cent per copy, six centa per week, twentjr-ftve cents per month or It l*ar year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor •r tardy delivery to the office. tTJO Trout Aye. •eiephone Main 371* OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: B3 Tribune building, New Tork City. Chicago office: 106 Hartford building. W. H. Portertield, manager of foreign advertising. A White Man's Burden. John Temple Graves of Georgia Is constantly hearing on Ills shoulders the weight of tlie race problem. It costs the Chautamjuas $200 per to witness John In this Atlas act. In one of his lectures on the negro. Mr. Graves says: "Let us solve the problem for him fearlessly, frankly, nobly, speedily. Let us put him kindly and humanely out of the way." Sure enough. That Is precisely what they are doing down ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 15 September 1903

STANDARD OIL ROINS 1 WELLS IN BEAUMONT ! fORT WUrtTH, Tex., Sept. 15.— •The Port Worth Telegram prints tho most startling story that has ever come out of the Beaumont oil fields. It declares the Standard Oil com pany has perpetrated a most gigantic swindle In the Beaumont fields, and that positively established details are just coming to light. The independ ent oil companies of Beaumont are ths victims. Many of them have been wrecked by tha Standard's base work. I As fast as a company went to the HUMAN SKELETONS SHIPPED TO CHINA A very ghoulish oeremony will bo performed by tlie Chinese of Spokane and the northwest in a few days. It is not generally known, but ths fact Is that tho bones of a wandering Chinee can not possibly rest In peace or have any opportunity of transmi gration so long as they remain under the sod In the country where the for eign devils hold swtly, and they must be shipped to their native land. During the latter part of tbls month all the burled Chinamen will be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 15 September 1903

4 NO MORE HOUSEKEEPING IN DOWN-TOWN BLOCKS Following the general movement to convert down-town buildings Into ho tels and lodging houses. E. W. and I. I* Stebblns of Oakland, Cal., own em of the Crescent building, Blvcr- Slde avenue near Monroe street, have ordered all families occupying house keeping rooms in the building to va cate by the 19th of this month. The Crescent Is to be refurnished handsomely and will be used exclus ively for lodging house purposes. The building has 64 rooms. The Messrs. Stebblns also own the Golden Gate building at the north east corner of Riverside avenue and Lincoln street, and nave begun work on a 130,000 three-story addition to the latter building. The addition will be on Lincoln street adjoining the Golden Gate on the north and will be 53x100 feet. It Is to be a first class furnished room house. M. B. Con>lly, local agent for Messrs. Stebblns. raid today: "Every down-town building that has been converted Into hotel or lodging house accommodation...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 16 September 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Fire Cents Per Month. NO. 269. MILLIONS IN PROPERTY VANISH IN HURRICANES Atlantic Cities Devastated by Storms Roosevelt in Danger—Ships and Lives Gone. i CAMDEN, Mass.-, Sept. is.—A train reaching here brings information of a hurricane which struck Atlantic City early this morning and did a million dollars of damage to the plera on the beach front. It also ruined the pavilions, which cratjied away, and ths debris was piled against ths beach front hotela. Many hotel, were unroofed, aa were alao many houses. The city tracks nre flooded, threaten ing ths suspension of railway traffic, and a heavy rain continues. All wires are down. PHILADELPHIA, Bept. 16.—Tha severest storm In a decade has struck Cape May and Atlantic City. It was highest st S:80 this morning. Train advlcea are that 60 buildings were demolished. Blinded by the rain. Professor Rtratton, principal of the Pitman Grove schools, snd John Glendennlng, a capitalist of Rldgcwood, N. J., drove into an e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 16 September 1903

2 TKe SpoKane Press. •aoBOB Ptmrah. arubllshed Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. One cent per copy, slajjeents per week, twenty-five cents per month or |l ffmt year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all oases of poor *r tardy delivery to the office. •M FtwaA Avow Essßpsusss Isaln tT*. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office; 53 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: 106 Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld. manager of foreign advertising. A Friend of Nature. You probably never heard of Frederick Daw Olmstead. He Is dead at the age of 80, and a finer man never lived. He didn't corner cotton, break an automobile record or lay up a million dollars for his heirs to quarrel over. His religion was nature. He was a lover of the beautiful, and as a land scape gardener he won fame. Once he was a clerk; then a sailor and later a farmer, but bis dreams mere always of stately avenues of trees, lawns of g...

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