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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 16 September 1903

HOT TIME IN COUNCIL OVER NEW LICENSE LAW Are Mayor Boyd's messages jokes, Or Is Chief of Police Woydt trifling Wtth the affections of the saloon box rustling trade of thla city? were two burning questions that took up much of the time ot the city council last night when the Hand ordinance to make more rigid the requirements from those securing liquor licenses' came up for consideration —a discus sion that ended in the proposed ordi nance being turned down by a vote of 4 to 6. The vote for the ordinance —Pratt, Burch, Doolittle, Hand; three demo crats and one republican. , Opposed—Baldwin, Foster, Boyd, Funk. Ldndsley and Pearson; three democrats and three republicans. Councilman Llndsley, municipal party republican, led tha assault on the ordinance by questioning its con stitutionality and by attacking Chief of Puitoo Woydt, Mr. Llndsley saying In part: "I believe ths ofMcers taking the oath of office to enforce the laws should enforce them. I believe the chief of police and his for...

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. — 16 September 1903

* PIONEER DANCE HALL PASSES WITH HUGHES Cornelius Hughes, proprietor of the Iroquois Colored club, Informed Coun cilman Pratt lsst night that he would close the club Immediately and that It would remain closed forever. Hughes' declaration was made after Councilman Pratt had succeeded in passing a resolution demanding that Hughes be compelled to pay the city the regular t6OO per year liquor license for running his club. A few minutes later Hughes called at the police station and gave notice {Bat he would have all of the liquors 1 out of the club building by morning. I Up to last night Hughes had been ' Operating Ids club under state incor- j poratlon papers and claimed that he Telegraphic Briefs. Baalt Bta. Marie, Mich.—An entire block of stores in the heart of the business section was burned last night It Is believed that 2200,000 will cover the loss. Sofia, Bulgaria.—Pending the re turn to the capital of Prince Ferdi nand and a reply from the powera to the recent note' no Important...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 17 September 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty.Fi?e Cento Per Month, HO.'SVO. UNION PACIFIC IS BACK OF NEW ROAD TO COAST Work to Begin Next Spring from Spokane cm Bellingham Bay Railway. ' From t»ie Union Pacific railway of fices at Omaha comes tha announce ment that the Belllngham Bay ft British Columbia railway belongs to it, and that the road will be finished through to Spokane to make connec tion with the O. R ft N., a part of the Union Pacific system. It is officially announced that with Tha clearing of the snow' from the Divorced from Man Who Wears Stripes Judge Kennan has severed the mar riage ties heretofore existing between Mrs. Fannie B. Lewis and William Abbott Lewis, now In the state peni tentiary at Wslla Walla, Mrs. Lewis brought the action and Mr. Lewis ac knowledged the service of the papers. William S. Lewis, son of the couple, who conducted the case, says that ho has nothing to say about the matter other than what the papers state failure to contribute to the support of the wife for the...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 17 September 1903

2 The SpoKane Press, tSbttsttSd ar>*lJ Bventng Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. Objs eont per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or It W*V year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poo? SS> tardy delivery to the office. - tt« Proa* Ar*. Vatepkosvo Mala S7S» OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 63 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: 10( Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld. manager of foreign advertising. TOIWIT'I AMUSEMESTB. ACDITORICM—"Over Niagara Falls." A Hideous Spectacle. "How long, oh, Lord, how long," still wall the saints from under the altar. Day after day the civilized world looks on a hideous spectacle—the blood iest outrage of modern history—a saturnalia of riot and massacre and bru tality. Fifty thousand Christians, fully one-half of whom are women and chil dren, have been butchered to make a Turkish holiday. Whole districts have been depopulated. As...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 17 September 1903

BEWILDERING ARRAY OF ASTERS IS SHOWN The assembly room on the fourth floor of Fraternal hall has been the Ktherlng place of a fashionable rong of ladies and gentlemen this afternoon, the occasion being the an nual aster exhibit of the Floral so ciety From 9 o'clock this morning until noon the ladles of the sooiety were kepi busy arranging tha exhibits. Jtgters of all shades and varieties la gt*at profusion were brought In from gardens all over the city. The con tributions were more liberal and beautiful than ever before. Aside from the asters, there was an excellent display of gladlolas. Same of the younger exhibitors were permitted to show mixed flowers, for Which prises are to be awarded. Mem ANTIETAM MONUMENT TO NEW JERSEY HEROES ' MAOERSTOWN. Md., Sept. IT.— The handsome monument erected to the memory of the New Jersey troopa trtio fought and fell on the battlefields of Antlctam was dedicated today with 1 Impressive ceremonies lit the presence of President Roosevelt, Governor Mu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 17 September 1903

r Everybody Is Welcome 11/E have delivered an average of Thirty Suits a day so far. We guarantee from now on to get out suits or overcoats on short notice; from three to ten days if you are in a hurry • Write for Samples. ARE MARRIED TWICE ALL THE WAY 'ROUND NEW YORK) Sep*. 17 —A remark able state of domestic relations lias been discovered in the marital affairs Of Arthur L. Cary, the multi-mtlllon- aire publisher, who Is being sued for divorce by Mrs. Minnie Donohue Cary. It is told In a cablegram from his sister in London, who found that the wife he married In Texas years aif> le not only alive, but has also mar ried again. In this matrimonial tangle it now 1 appears thst Mr. Cary has two wives ' living, wife No. 1 has two husbands, | THE ALASKAN INDIANS LOOK LIKE JAPANESE. BKAGWAY, Alaska, Bept. 17—Eth nologists and anthropologists have made little out of their somewhat Superficial study of the native tribes of aoutheaatern Alaska. The Indi ana are atill a good deal of a puzzl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 18 September 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. NO. 271. KING PETER REPORTED TO HAVE REEN KILLED An Unconfirmed Paris Dispatch Says That Servian King Met Fate of Alexander and Draga. NEW YORK, Sept. 18.—The atoch ticker sends out the following: "A London dispatch haa the report from Paris, which, it la claimed, reata on good authority, aaylng that King Bribery the Charge. WASHINGTON, Sept. 18.—It waa announced thla morning that the two peraons Indicted by the federal grand jury yesterday were the former chief of one of the bureaue of the postofflce department, already Indicted on other charges, and a prominent New York politician. The first bill charges both with a conspiracy to defraud in the •ale of a device In which the poli tician was Interested. The second charges the official with accepting a bribe, and the third the politician for offering a bribe. The New Yorker le one whose name was mentioned in the recent investigation. ROW OVER ASSESSMENT. rians are going forward for a fie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 18 September 1903

3 TKe SpoKane Press. amei rtmrAJsT. •hMlshed Rvarr Bventng Except Sunday hy Tha Press Publishing Company. On* cent par copy, six cants per week, twenty-five oenta per month or tl far year, delivered by carrier. No fro* ooplea. Subscriber* will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases ot poor St tardy delivery to the office. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: S3 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: 101 Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld, manager of foreign advertising. TOBnOMTV AMTTBEMXRTS. AUDITORIUM—"Over Niagara Falls." He Killed His Mother. The story of the death of Mrs. Susan Virden of Dcs Moines caused by the disgrace of her son, Fred Virden, has been printed in many newspapers. Fred was accused of stealing a harnesa. When the magistrate began to announce his decision, binding tbe boy over to the grand Jury, the mother half rose to her feet, then sank over into her seat, her gray head sinking upon her arms, and when the magistrate con cluded she fell to th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 18 September 1903

JEWISH NEW YEAR TO COMMENCE ON MONDAY Commencing with the setting of the •un Monday evening next and con tinuing for 24 hours the Jewish peo ple t>f <£pokane, In common with their brethren in all parts of the world. Will observe with solemn services and rites the Incoming of the New Tear, Which, according to the Hebraic calen dar, Is numbered 5664. To the churchman the new year Is known as Rosh Ilashanah. It is a Solemn occasion, though neither of feasting nor fasting, marking as It does the commencement of the sea "JAKE," PIONEER PEDDLER TO SEEK NEW FIELDS Jake, the little old man who peddles everything from peanuts to puppies, Is thinking of hieing him to other fields for the winter. Jake has been a familiar character in Spokane for years, as a vender of apples, peanuts, grum and other things. A history of his life would Oil a volume Of inci dents larger and more varied than most of his patrons these days would ever dream of. In the palmy days of the tiger, tho wheel, the di...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 18 September 1903

4 A COMBINE TO OOST COMMISSIONER ROOT Republican politicians, members of the police force and democrats who are opposed to Joe Daniel, rresent foreman of city streets, have formed a combine to oust Police Commis sioner Henry Root. Those In on the deal say that every thing has been arranged except the approval of Mayor Boyd, and that enough pressure will be brought on the latter to compel his sanction. By combining with democrats who are sore because Daniel is held In office the republicans hope to break the democratic combine In the city hall. To further this plan they have offered to endorse ex-County Clerk James Low, a democrat, to succeed Root. Councilman Burch of the Fourth ward, a democrat, Is said to be the leader In the council favoring the movement to oust Root. In the re cent election, wherein Mr. Burch was defeated for reelection, It le said Daniel led the democratic fight against him, and since that time Daniel has looked as tempting as a poisoned pup to Mr. Burch. Counci...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 19 September 1903

OKE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. NO. 572. PETITIONS MAYOR BOYD TO DISMISS WEYMOUTH Charles Wolf Accuses Commissioner of Incompetency and Favoritism in Office. Charles 11. Wolf, the mining broker, toduy petitioned Mayor Boyd to remove F. P. Weymouth from the hoard of public works, pointing out that the mayor can make such re moval under Section tl Of the city charter. In supporting his petition Mr. Wolf has preferred charges of incompe tency and favortlsm against Mr. Weymouth. . The petition for removal Is dated August 29, but was not presented un til today because of the absence of the mayor from the olty. In substnnco the petttlon of Mr. Wolf contains the following charges: That Mr. Weymouth has been su perintendent of the water works for the past six years, that the water supply Is totally Inadequate, and that during the years of Mr. Weymouth's tenure of office the receipts from the water department have been $683.000; Prize Canines Coming. Considerable Interest Is b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 19 September 1903

3 TKe SpoKane Press. t%htlekil Every Dvenlng Except Bandar hy Tha Press Publishing Company. One oent per oopy, ata cents per weak, twenty five cents par month or ft Bar rear, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all eases of poor Sr tardy delivery to the office. mm Pros* ats. Mals^arra. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 53 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: lOt Hartford building. W. H. Porterfield, manager of foreign advertising. gf. TO WIGHT'S AMUSEMENTS. AUDITORIUM—"Over Niagara Falls." Pull Together for Spokane. Every city that has amounted to anything commercially or industrially owes its success In a large measure to the spirit of progress!veness and co operation prevailing among its business men. Given natural advantages and ay together," patriotic spirit prevailing among Its citizens, and nothing J<n prevent that community from growing and becoming great. Every man living In Spokane Is Interested In th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 19 September 1903

TWO GOOD STRIKES MADE NELSON, B. C, Sept. 19.—Two Im portant strikes come from the Ram bier. In tha Slocan. The first of a foot aeam of solid high grade ore On the surface workings of the Ante lope and the tracing of the lead into the Rambler proper, and the tapping of the main ore in the 700-foot level. The mineral vein In the deep work ings varies from three to 18 Inches. The ore still retains its high values, the assays averaging 60 ounces of Silver and 70 per cent lead. Spokane is largely interested in the Company. The Ivanhoe Is preparing to start op, the mill having been given an Overhauling for an extensive run. Vast improvements in the machinery are under consideration for perfect sine milling. This property Is one Of the largest mines in the district. Thomas McGuigan, manager of the American Boy. was here yesterday to arrange rates the Hall Mines smelter. He has a quantity of ore ready to ship and correspondence With the Trail works elicited the fact that it has nil the ore...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 19 September 1903

4 WW Organize a 'Leven. C. C. Holzel, principal of the Hous ton school, announced this morning that It Is very probable that he will have a football team in the field this Season. There are a number of strong athletes now in attendance and from these Mr. Holzel says some very good material can be had. At the Houston school they have one of the finest Sthletlc fields In the city and fhis. coupled with the fact that especial attention is being paid to physical development of all kinds, will no doubt result In the organizing of a Strong squad of players. Football talk has already commenc ed at Blair's Business college nnd they will organize nn eleven. They can not enter the field, however, un til rather late in the season, ns the students as a rule are enrolled from time to time and It tStceS some time to become acquainted and get the boys In line for the game. Some of the last season's players will be on the new eleven. Prison Cook 30 Yoars. CLEVELAND. 0.. Sept. 19.—Ed Mullin, a man m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 21 September 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. ruinon maxm wn. R0.378. CONDITION OF SCHOOLS AND BONDING PROJECT I As the lime for the special election to deckle whither or not the city Shall vote $400,000 In bonds for new Schools and general school Improve ments and extensions draws near the Advisability of. the proposed action Is being brought into e.-.rnest discussion by responsible citizens of all classes. The business men as a unit express themselves as favoring any and nil practical methods by which the ef ficiency of the school department. both as to the Instruction Hnd at tendance capacity, can be maintained, but a strong sentiment appears to exist that It woulld be an ill advised move for Spokane to shoulder an ad ditional bonded indebtedness of $400,- --000 Just at this time. The school authorities, on the other hand, declare that the schools are rapidly becoming congested on ac count of the largely Increased at tendance; that the condition bids fair to become much more gra...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 21 September 1903

2 The SpoKane Press. •Nbllshed Every Bvonlng Bsoept Sunday by The Prose Publishing Company. ■oum-vomu rani raancß. One cent per copy, clx cents per week, twenty five cents per month or II kar year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all casea of poor Br tardy delivery to the office. •U Front Aye. ■Telephone Malm 37a. ■Ngailui aom 4, OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 68 Tribune building. Now York City. Chicago office: 106 Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld, manager of foreign advertising. AUDITORIUM—"Where Is Cobb?" Watch the Bear. "Scratch a Russlf-rt nn3 yov find a Tartar." Is ft true saying. A modern mat"h to It is "Examine an outbreak In the Balkans and you will find Russian agents at work." It Is well to remember these things when reading about Turkish outrages and the determination of Bulgarians and Macedonians to make the hated Turk retreat. Russia never changes hor policy, and her policy was fixed scores of years a...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 21 September 1903

YOUTHFUL CYCLE THIEVES Four boys, supposed to be a gang of young bicycle thieves, were ar rested yesterday by Detective Mo nies. are Oeorge Winn. It years Of age; John Smith, 9 years: William Fitzpatrlck, 8 years, and Henry Lem uel. All are school boys. detective arrested John Smith While the latter was riding a wheel, and the latter admitted he had stolen the bike, which was Identified as tho property of Cheater Blue of Ell 3 Au gusta avenue. On Information furnished by the COUNT ANGRENEFF JAILED. ; "Count Paul Alexandrovltch An gTeneff, the Russian nobleman who Was vagged In this city last spring, Ins bobbed up in Rochester, N. V., where he was arrested on a charge of forgery preferred by the Omaha po lice. When caught the "count" had about persuaded one of the leading citizens o* Rochester to buy a gold brick. It was the oount who said on the morning of his departure from Spo kane: "Romembare, I shall go to New York by Chicngo and sue does Si|i kane Press fir wan million dollar d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 21 September 1903

WHISKERS TRIMMED FREE Hoboes, cltisens and countrymen are making a run on the city hall to day. ' Each visitor comes disguised—long haired and bewhlskered —and goes away with a face ns smooth as a babe's and a haircut that does credit to the best torsorial talent In eastern Washington. It Is quarterly examination day of the state board of barber examiners. The examinations continue through out tomorrow. In the roll room over the police station three chairs have been rigged up and the 20-odd applicants for the examination are scraping mugs and trimming polls free. Secretary Paul Koch of this city nnd Treasurer F. C. Brown of Seattle, both officers of the state barbers' association, are the experts passing on the skill of the applicants for state certificates While the line of men and two women taking the examination are Interesting, the men who have come for free haircuts and shaves are still more interesting. From appearances many of the latter have been wised up weeks In advance th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 September 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Fl™ Ceats Per Heath, * NO. 2? 4. ASSESSES MEMBERSHIP IN ASSOCIATED PRESS Prosecuting Attorney Kimball Rules That It Must Be Placed on Personal Property List. Prosecuting Attorney Hornce Kim ball today rendered an opinion to County Auditor Z. Stewart, authoriz ing and instructing the latter to place Upon the assessment rolls as personal property the membership la the As sociated Press held by W. H. Cowlee, Owner of the Spokesman-Review and Its evening editions, the Chronicle and Bulletin, and declaring that the action of the board of equalization In striking the same off the rolls was Illegal. When the board of equalization Inst month struck off the franchise as sessments of the Spokesman-Review and Chronicle, Deputy Assessor Fred Leghorn, as a resident taxpayer, de manded of the auditor that he assess 25 Shoe Drummers. The boot and shoe dealers of the City are up against It today. An examination of the registers In the three leading hotels discloses the name...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 September 1903

2 The Spohane Press. MMtetMd Bfrery sTeenlng ew.eept Sunday by The Pr.es Publishing Company. ■OBXTM-MeKAS PUSS SMBTXOa. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or M SOT year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Sabsertbers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases Of poor tsr tardy delivery to the office. m* Psoas Aye, sTagSfhnas Mala STeV OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 63 Tribune building, New York City. Chicago office: let Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld, manager of foreign advertising. AUDITORIUM—"Where Is Cobb?" The Value of Confidence. A prominent Spokane business man. in discussing the existing financial outlook, made the assertion that as between conditions of production and consumption on the one hand and public confidence on the other, the former are secondary In importance to the latter when considered as factors making for the upbuilding of a community, either great or small, or for the mainte nance of a given measure of p...

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