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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 September 1903

NEW YEAR OF THE JEWS. At Temple Emanu-EI this morning a large throng of Jewish worshipers assembled to listen to a sermon by the Rev. J. Bloch on "The Offerings of the Day." The elaborate cere monials and rites prescribed by the Mosaic ritual for the observance of Rosh Hashanah were carried out with Injposlng pomp and dignity. f A choir, directed by Dr. R. A. Heri tage, rendered the vocal numbers, among which, were a number of the songs of olden Israel. Some of these were sung In the Hebraic tongue, whil" 'others were, given In English. The opening event of the new year, which took place at the temple last sight, was the feast of trumpets. While the distinguishing feature of today's ceremonials was the blowing of the shofar, a trumrtet call to serve as a summons to all Israel to enter upon the work of sanctlficatlon and prepare for the Day <of Atonement. 'In communities of orthodox Jews RURAL ROUTES A SUCCESS Frank Newell of Omaha, Neb., In spector of rural mall routes, of the Om...

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. — 22 September 1903

4 TWO NEW WATER TANKS. ' The city council last night by a ■■etc of 6 to 4 with one sbsent decided to appropriate $42,100 for the con struction of two 1.000,000-gallon Water tanks, one to be erected on each Bide of the river. There was much Hlscusslon, in which Councllmen Fos ter and Dooltttle championed the con- | Btructlon of a 20.000.000-gallon reser- i Voir. Their proposition was defeated | Helber vs. Baptists. Corporation Counsel JudSOn today Bled a motion to quash the writ of Certiorari granted last week by Judge Kennan to the First Baptist church, requiring the city council to review its action in granting a liquor license to Herman Hieber. The argument Will be made before Judge Kennan tomorrow morning. Bob Whites In Town. The unusual spectacle of a live quail, a real bob white. In the center of the city, was noted this morning by people passing over the Post street bridge. After remaining on a portion of the new bridge for a time it flew away in a southwesterly direction. Peo...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 23 September 1903

ONE CENT PER COPT Twenty-Fiv* Cents Per Month. minwi maim m. NO. 275. ASSOCIATED PRESS IS ASSESSED AT $25,000 Following the Instructions of Pros ecuting Attorney Kimball, County As sessor Stewart today placed upon the detail assessment sheet the Item of 125,000 as the assessed valuation of the membership In the Associated Press held by W. H. Cowles. owner of the Spokesman-Review and Its evening editions, the Chronicle and Bulletin. Deputy County Auditor I.ynde will now place this Item upon the assess ment rolls, from Which It was recent ly Illegally stricken by order of the board of equalization. This Is the first time that an Asso ciated Tress franchise or membership has ever been taxed In this county, though by ruling of the district at torney It is clearly taxable property, and there Is little doubt but that the taxation will be contested In the courts. In relation to his action In the rase. Assessor Stewart said toflhy: Miss McKenzle Dead. Christine McKenzle. aged 28 years, ©ne ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 23 September 1903

3 The SpoKane ffthess. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty five cents per month or II ■Mr 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. •M Front ATS, •Telephone Mais STI> aTsseoSloe Bos 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: £3 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: 106 Hartford building. W. H. Portertield, manager of foreign advertising. I "Too Familiar." A good many girls, launched into society and questing husbands, and a good m.my young men. building up a practice or a business, believe that they help themselves by taking and giving many confidences and by getting as Close as possible to persons whom they meet. Hut the girl who opens her soul to every man finds In time that men flee before her. A girl must be exclusive If she would be highly appreciated. The value of confidences, like...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 23 September 1903

CLINGS TO THE SNAKES. "Pagleg" E. J. Morgan, who was •rrested for taking possession of the Steps of the Main Avenue Catholic church last Sunday and plying his avocation of beggar Is proving a problem almost too difficult for the police department to solve. In addition to hie other lnflrml- Itles "Pegleg" Is suffering from de lirium tremens, and he refuses to be cured. Attaches of the Jail have been Hlnkle-Mlles Wedding. At the residence of the bride's parents. 1514 Broadway, Miss Ger trude Hinkle. daughter of Judge and Wrs. J. I>. Hinkle. and George O, Allies of the local police force were United in marriage lam evening. Rev, Clarence It. Onle of the Plymouth Congregational church officiated. After the ceremony a reception was beld. Miss Rhea Davis, a cousin of the bride, receiving the guests. The couple left Inst night to spend their honeymoon In California. WILL RENOMINATE LOW. NEW YORK, Sept. IS.—The Citt gens' union, composed of Independent voters of both parties and Which ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 23 September 1903

4 CLEANUP AT THE TRACK. To beautify tlie fair grounds and make tlie stables, fences, etc., look presentable the directors have order ed that all the outbuildings shall re ceive a substantial coat of white wash. The betting ring Is to be rais ed so as to give a better command of the race track. Superintendent Parmalee of the grounds Is having the cattle, sheep and pig pens cleaned out and the driveways and walks put Into shape. As outlined before in The Press, a special attraction of vaudeville talent. IMPROVING THE RIVERS. A. S. Crowder has received from Congressman W. 1.. Jones a statement from Major John MIUIs of the United States army engineer corps relative to the status of tie work and appro priations for improvement of the Okanogan and Pend d'Oreilie rivers. Major Millis states: "By action of the secretary of war. August 5. 1902, the following apportionment of tlie available balance was made between the two rivers: For Okanogan. $15.- --000; for Pend d'Oreilie. $8674.26; to ta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 24 September 1903

ONE CENT PER COPT Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. nunon mux m. NO. 856. NUZUM SERVES NOTICE TO PURGE TENDERLOIN N. E. Nuzum, head of the law firm I Of Nuzum, Sullivan & Nuxum, served notice last evening on Prosecuting Attorney Horace Kimball, Sheriff W. J. Doust and Constable Fred Baling of Justice Hlnkle's court that 80 women named In the notice were run ning houses of prostitution In this city. Attached to the notice were a num ber of sections taken from Balllnger's code of the state laws, wherein It Is provided that a prosecuting attorney, a sheriff or a constable must arrest and prosecute persons running houses of 111 fame, Another section that was cited provides that where an of ficer fails to prosecute such offenders against the law he may be haled Into ocurt and fined, and that a convic tion for such failure to enforce the law will be equivalent to the vaca tion of the office held by the offender. "I served this notice because I mean business and propose to proceed against e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 24 September 1903

2 THe SpoKane Press. published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. MomxrPß-McmAX ram huyxob. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-live cents per month or $» •er year, delivered by carrier. No free coplea. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor •r tardy delivery to the office. 919 rromt Aye. Wakaphone Mela 379* JJreertofnoe Box «. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 63 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago offlco: 106 Hartford building. W. H. Porterlield, manager of foreign advertising. . The Modern Prince Hal. There are those who say history repeats itself; that events recur; thai things work in circles. There is Prince Hal. for instance, celebrated In deathless drama by Wilt Shakespeare of Warwickshire. A wilder young blade, a madder rake, a greater winebibber never lived. His hot blood demanded excitement, and he Was a true lover of wine, women and song. All England wondered what would become of the kingdom whe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 24 September 1903

WAKES FROM LONG SLEEP SALT LAKE. Bept. 14—Bessie the wonderful "sleeping girl," whose 4} days of unbroken •lumber have excited comment from ocean to ocean, Is now awake, and Is slowly but surely recovering strength and the use of her mental powers. However. Miss Knecht Is still con flnod to her bed, although she has SSt up several times. On one occa sion she sat up on the side of her bed nnd put her feet on the floor, while she ate some fruit. CHAMPION FIRE HORSES OF THE WORLD ARE AMERICANS KANSAS CITY. Sept. 24.—The four champion lire horses of the world are Buck and Mack and Charlie nnd Dan, all owned by former Fire Chief George W. Hale. The four horses saw Service in the Kansas City fire department, of which Halo was chief, for 20 years, until he was ousted by a political revolution last spring. Buck and Mack established all the American records for quick uttrhlng and beat the horses of all countries at an International firemen's tourna ment In London. Charlie and Dan equaled all...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 24 September 1903

i YANCEY'S PARADE PLANS. G. A. Yancey, - who will be \he grand marshal of the opening day parade of \ht Interstate fair on Octo ber 6, outlined to The Press this morning the formation of the parade. It will be headed by a platoon of Spokane's "finest." with Chief of Po lice Woydt in command, followed by Hoppe's uniformed band. Next In line will he carriages containing the officers and directors of the fair, es corted by a body of 30 mounted gen tlemen. If possible, there are also to be 12 lady riders. Next in order the marshal hopes to have the two companies from Fort Wright and the local militia com pany. The military win be followed by a big turnout of handsomely dec orated private carriages with own ers on the boxes. The rear of the parade will be brought up by a con tingent of automobilists. "Everyone I have seen owning pri vate carriages has consented to Join the parade and will take special pains to decorate' their turnouts. A prize will be offered for the best decorat ed carr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 25 September 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Fire Cents Per Month. WO. 877. NUZUM THREATENS TO PROSECUTE OFFICERS / Two of the three county officials gerved with notice by the law firm Of Nusum, Sullivan & Nusum, de manding that they proceed to arrest and prosecute the prostitutes of the city have announced that they will take no notice of the communication. The two who will not heed the com munication are Prosecuting Attorney Horace Kimball and Constable Fred Baling. Sheriff Doust, the third offi cial notified, Is still meditating. "If these officials don't prosecute the 80 women whose names I submit ted I shall proceed against them Im mediately in Justice Stocker's court," aald N. E. Nusum. "The law explicit ly states that upon Information being Six on the Jury. Only six men constitute the jury which Is trying the case of Jessie Morrison against the Northern Pacific before Judge Belt, the attorneys for both sides agreeing to go on with six Instead of 12, rather than ad journ until more talesmen c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 25 September 1903

2 TKe Spohane Press* eNhllshed Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five oento per month or II ROT year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor e» tardy delivery to the office CM Treat Aye. taiatou Maiß ars, OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 63 Tribune building, New York City. Chicago office: 106 Hartford building. W. 11. Porterfleld, manager of foreign advertising. SPOKANE—Louis James and Frederick Warde In "Alexander the Great." Business Men, Get in Line. Following an editorial advising all interested In upbuilding and develop ing Spokane to join the chamber of commerce, the Press lias received several queries as to the work actually accomplished recently by this commercial organization. In reply we can furnish a detailed list of new commercial and manufac turing enterprises brought here either through or portlally through the efforts of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 25 September 1903

WILL BUILD NEW BRIDGE. Meeting in the committee of the whole, the city council laat night approved the plan of Engineer Gill for a htghllne bridge, partly fill and partly steel, oyer Hangman creek, to cost $60,000. The county is to bear half the expense of the structure. Councllmen Boyd and Doollttle of the Third ward were appointed a commit tee to see that the two street car companies will contribute to wards erecting the bridge. John A. Finch and other big property holders across the creek are also said to be wilting to contribute towards the cost of the bridge. The committee also agreed to ap DISROBED THE DUMMIES. John Miner, who says he la a tire man, but who would pass tho exam ination at n glance into the hobo class, was arrested last evening by Detective Weir after a chase among the down-town streets and alleys. Miner's offense was to despoil dum mies In front of Main avenue cloth ing stores of their wearing apparel. Ho succeeded nicely up to the time he nailed a big mackinto...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 25 September 1903

4 BOWLING CRAZE COMING. The prospects for a very success ful season of bowling this winter are Very promising. Last winter the sport reached almost a craze in this City and If present indications count for anything it will be a craze proper this year. Among the members of the Spokane Amateur Athletic club, there are nearly three score of men Who can bowl up nrar a mark which will entitle them to make the team which is to stand as the representa tive of the club in the forthcoming Winter series for the championship Of the city. In the past the contests for this honor have waxed decidedly Warm snd were even better than the championship games themselves. Borne of those who started In the geason by bowling like an old woman trying to stone a torn cat towards SHE COULD SWEAR SOME, Mabel Roberts, a red-haired negro woman, who wag arrested with nine other women who refused to leave the "burnt district,'' and Spokane, got away last night; and with her de parture disappeared the greatest vol...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 26 September 1903

#NE CENT PER COPT Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. HO. ,378. HUGE STRUCTURE FALLS; WORKMEN ARE CRUSHED CHICAGO, Sept. 26 —f he 600-foot , Skeleton of the Western Electric com- | pany's new building collapsed this forenoon, killing at least two work- Snen. A number are missing and the death list will doubtless increuse. j The plant Is located at Hawthorne. Ambulances have been sent from here , Oronto Cracks Record. The small crowd of sports who as sembled at the Interstate race track •to see the horses work out were treat ad to a genuine Rurprlse this morning. Ornnte. the fast gelding purchased In Chicago recently for the Piedmont Stables, breezed a three-quarters mile 111 1:1s, the fastest record of (he Inter state track. Gorman Scandal Aired. BERLIN, Sept. 26. - The sensa tional trial of the secretary to the public prosecutor. Dr. Regan*, began this morning. He is charged with be traying official secrets to six proml nent men. who are also in the dock charged with bribery. Three of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 26 September 1903

2 TKe SpoKane Press* §*übll*hed Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. 1 1 — . One oent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-live cents per month or ft Bar year, delivered by carrier. No free coplea. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all oases of poor ST lardy delivery to the office. «M Front Aye. •sheshsas Mala art, iNaUonlsi Box A OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 63 Tribune building, New York City. Chicago office: 106 Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld, manager of foreign advertising. A Heroine of the Switch Board. Mabel Meckel, heroine. Courageous as a hero, faithful as a woman, Mabel Meckel, a 'phone girl remained at her post until she fell dead. It was at tlie Telephone exchange In Evansvllle, Ind. The girl knew she was dying, but she remained at the switchboard as long as she could hold up her head. In fact, the autopsy developed the fact that Miss Meckel had been in a dying condition for days and weeks. The aorta valve of the he...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 26 September 1903

RETURNS FOR MORE FUN. Mrs. Mary McNttmarA, "a sojer's trendy" of Bonners Ferry, Idaho, is <9nce more In our midst. It }s only one short week slrlt-e Mary waved a doben kisses to Chief Woydt and sent her love to "Bill" Shannon as she was being driven Sway, bog and baggage, in the patrol wagon, to take the train for Bonners Ferry, where she was to begin life over again. Mary has been back in Spokane six days. "When Mary left she was told that a"J..Y sentence of 80 days hung over her for habitual drunkenness, and that she would have to serve out the sentence If she came back to Spo kane." said Sergeant Hollway. A ticket was purchased by the depart ment In order to land her In Idaho aad help out her wave of reform. Evi dently Mnry has decided that 60 days in Jail In Spokane is better than a week in Bonners Ferry. "Mary is crafty, though, and she CONDENSED NEWS OE THE WORLD Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.—The discov ery of rich gold ore on the St. Joe river, above the head of navigation. Is res...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 26 September 1903

4 BOTH OF THEM USE DOPE. • KEW YORK, Sept. 2«—Bellevuc fc.osplt.il. which catches much of the Curious human flotsam and jetsam in the city, has barely hsrbored a couple Who interested the attendants more than the handsome young woman and the stalwart young physician who walked In this nfternoon and asked to be treated for overindulgence In drugs. The woman, who gave her name ns Miss Dora F. l.essel. 25 years old. nnd her address ns No. 202 Knst One Hun dred and Fourteenth street, was tnll. well dressed and refined in appear ance. She snld she was a typewriter. Sporting' News. Won. Lost. PC. Bntte Rl BT 587 ■Spokane T7 63 560 Benttle 73 6fi 526 Bait Lake 30 44 405 The score of 12 to 7 only half tells the tale of the ball game yesterday. The Spokane colors were dragged in the dust all right enough, but if someone had taken fmplre Hutchin son and dragged him in the dust mat ters would have been evened up some what. Talk about the real thing, only pebble, pretty bunch and all that— he's...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 28 September 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. nuvltoira kah ore. NO. 379. SAVAGE TURKS BUTCHER AND DESPOIL VICTIMS Unspeakable Outrages Committed in Central Macedonia by Troops of the Sultan. SOFIA, Sept. 20.—The Turks are renewing with Increased activity their barbarous treatment of the unfortu nates of Macedonia, and reports are coming in from all quarters where the sultan's troops are now centered telling of fearful tortures and the In human treatment of men, women aial children. An Autonomoe dispatch. Just receiv ed here, tells a fresh story of the beastly outrages of the Turkish Fair At Walla Walla. WALLA WALLA, Wash., Sept. 28 The seventh annual fruit fair opened this morning with a large attendance. For seven days the product of Walla Walla valley will be on exhibit, ill nn Immense hall that has been prac tically built for tho occasion. Be sides the exhibits of fruits, vegeta bles and grains, numerous booths have been tastefully arranged with mercantile displays. Court Opens...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 28 September 1903

9 THe SpoKane Press. . tPabllshed Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. Ok cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five oente per month or S3 par year, delivered by carrier. No free coplea. Subscribers will oonfer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor (ST tardy delivery to the office. ana mm* Aye. ■Telephone Main ITS. sTS—leall Bos «. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 63 Tribune building. New Tork City. Chicago office: |0{ Hartford building. W. H. Porterfield. manager of foreign advertising. The Force of Habit. Did you ever stop to realize that mo.it of your actions, mental and physi cal, are entirely Involuntary, determined by some previous Impression or Habit of mind or body? Do you know that In the commonest things of life you are a slave to Habits that you never suspect? Can you tell, for instance, whether you habitually put on the right shoe »r the left shoe first? Can you tell on the instant which of the two you have habitually taken off f...

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