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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 28 September 1903

NOME YIELDS 3 MILLIONS . SEATTLE, Sept. 28.—Advices re ceived from Nome state that owing to the failure of many miner* to reg ister their gold shipments, the exact ' amount of yellow metal sent out this season cannot be definitely ascertain- I ed, but it Is known to be at least $S,- , 000.000 to date. Much of the yellow metal Is being forwarded this year by mall. Poat ftnaster Bwanton of Nome said that | 1130.000 had gone out through his office In the last mall. Probaly three quarters of a million dollars have been shipped out by mall. KING CARLOS' BIRTHDAY. LISBON, Sept. 28.—The Portuguese capital waa on fete today In celebra tion of the 40th birthday of King Carlos. The Portuguese press may term the rotund and happy-go-lucky monarch a "manifest coward," and "an Incapable fool," and declare with emphasis that a revolution Is Immi nent and the setting up of a republic Inevitable, but the masses entertain for their ruler a personal regard bor dering on genuine affection. These friend...

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. — 28 September 1903

4 BIG FEATURES FOR FAIR. A week from today and Spokane's tenth annual Interstate fair, more commonly known as the Fruit fair, will be open. The opening dny will be herajded with a parade, for which several handsome prizes have been donated. G. A. Yancey, the grand marshal, purposes Innovating something en tirely new in parades. The proces sion will traverse Riverside avenue and wend its way out to the fair grounds, where President Howell W. Peel of the Interstate Fair associa tion will formally declare the fair opened in the exposition building. In advance it may be stated that this year visitors will be entertain ed with the finest class of running and harness racing yet held in east ern Washington. In the exposition hall the displays of mineral, fruits and art work will exceed In extent and variety those of former years. Especially is this true of the mineral DAINTIEST MAID MARIAN. "My dear child—what a mere child you are! I want to compliment you on your part. Tou are just the ve...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 September 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. nunon maim art. NO. 280. 11 = FEARFUL OF DESERTION, ENDS LIFE WITH POISON Mrs. Blanche Russell, 111 and Nervous, Yields to Rash Impulse to Kill Herself. Following a quarrel with her hus band, Mrs. Blanche Russell, wife of Theodore Russell, a Great Northern freight conductor, swallowed aconite in Her Apartment* in the Montvale build ing, First avenue and Monroe street, at 11 o'clock this morning and died In horrible agony three-quarters of an hour later. Neighbors of Mrs. Russell heard her agonized gasps a few minutes after she had swallowed the poison, entered the room and summoned Dm. Sutherland and Chapman, who arrived on the run, but n glance at the patient told the physicians they had come too late. She was even then in the agonies of the death struggle On a dresser near where she lay were, bottles that mutely told she had taken enough of the drug to kill a dozen peo ple. Both bottles were fresh from the Plays at Auditorium. Ag the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 September 1903

2 The SpoKane Press. tsgbtlshsd Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. BCXUTPfI-hrxBAB FBUtSS MBBYICB. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-flve cents per month or II ■WW year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor •* tardy delivery to the office. «M Front At*. •elephone Main 378, »sstomas Bos 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 63 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: 116 Hartford building. W. H, Porter field, manager of foreign advertising. AI'DITORII'M—"UncIe Josh Spruceby." A Girl in Chains. In a sensational manner the New York newspapers tell a story of an Insane young woman who had long been chained up in a room by her mother and of how the girl escaped. The recital will bring to the student of Ills own times a recollection of the day when an insane person was treated very much as a criminal. And It has not been so long ago. In no other field has the humane spi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 September 1903

POISONED WITH SYRINGE. - LONDON, Sept. 29—A case of mur der by the injection of poison by means of a hypodermic syringe is re ported by the Moscow correspondent of the Daily Mail, who writes that an unpleasant smell proceeding from a wicker basket, which arrived ac lug gage at the llrcst railway station in \* Moscow, and for which no claimant appeared, caused an examination to be nisde, when the body of a well-dressed man was found. An examination show ed that death had resulted through the injection of poison under the skin by means of a syringe. Inquiries were in stituted which proved that the murder ed man was a well-to-do landowner tinnier Martin Tomasheffsky. The per petrators of the crime have been dis covered. The chain of evidence is so complete AOCTION DICKENS HOME. LONDON. Sept. 29.—General bopo Is expressed In literary nnd artistic circles that the house in which Charles Dickens was born, 387 Com mercial road, t,and|K>rt, Portsmouth, which was put up for sale at public...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 September 1903

4 13 ANSWER ONE CHARGE. People on Post street early In the forenoon discovered a cavalcade marching down toward the Auditori um buihllng. There were seven flies of two each with four "outriders." The concern was the contribution of the rich Yakima valley to the present term of the federal court and the out riders consisted of United States Dep uty Marshal "Nelse" Short, Consta ble "Gus" Hammel and Deputy City Marshal Don Richmond of North Yak ima, and one or two other guards, In charge of It prisoners. "Thirteen on de booze and one Injun horse tief." explained Hammel. "We got 'em all, but we don't get no sleep last night. Where we get breakfast?" City Contract Awards. The board of public works has awarded the following contracts*: For grading and curbing Thirteenth avenue from Adams to Ash. J. B. Mitchell, $1,548. Sidewalking Thir teenth avenue, same limits, Peter Costello, $1460. Grading and curbing Oak street from Fifth avenue to Tenth. Peter Costello, $3900. Side- Walking Oak str...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 30 September 1903

out unr n* co*r NO. 881. ONE HIED WOUNDur IN RIOTS AT BUDAPEST Striking Carmen Clash With Police and Blood Runs in the Market Place. Bt'l i APKST, Hungary. Sept. 3*.— 'A terrible riot took place today In which the striking; carmen were the central figures. The police tried to quell the uprising and freely tired In to the crowd. Rioters were wounded Standard ON Advance. TOLEDO, 0., Sept. »#.—The Stand ard Oil company today gave notice of another Increase In the price' of crude oil amounting to 2 cents in the weal and 8 cents in the east. Oil men cay the Standard la proving that It will pay almost any price for the crude article. May Form a Union. The latest body of employes to express a desire to be organised are those of the Implement houses of the city. There arc many of these concerns and they employ men enough to form a large union. They are eon elderlng organising under the Ameri can Federation of Labor. INSOLTS OUR GERMANS. HURT.IN. Sept. SO. - The Neuste Nuchrlchten today bitt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 30 September 1903

2 THe SpoKane Press. rabllshed Every Evening Except Sunday by Tho Preae Publishing Company. One cent per copy, all rents per week, twenty-fire centa per month er l> See year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subecelbere will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor Or tardy delivery to the office. SIS From* Are. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 83 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: 101 Hartford building. W. H. Porter rich], manager of foreign advertising. Cuban Reciprocity. In the whirligig of time two years is not much. Tint this has happened— During the last session of the American congress Cuban reciprocity was Urged as a duty. During the next session It Is likely to be urged as a policy. And policy (In congress) is stronger than duty. Cuba is no longer a starving country holding out its hand to us In plead ing. It is being well governer. camparatively and is prosperous. Railroads have been built. Highways have been raised. The cultivated a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 30 September 1903

YUM KIPPUR APPROACHES Yum Klppur—the Jewish day of atonement—commences at sundown this evening and continues for 24 . hours with most Impressive cere monies. At 7 o'clock this evening gt the Temple Emanu-El the 'princi pal feature of the service will be the ritual of the atonement and a ser mon by Dr. J. Block on "Holiness." Tomorrow morning st 9 o'clock the services will again open and last ■throughout the day and will conclude the evening with a sermon entitled ''Parting" by Dr. Bloch. .Aa tho 1 ad herents of the temple are followers of the reform creed, the ceremonies to a large extent are musical. Yum Klppur Is the most solemn of all the Jewish holy days.- It Is a fast day In Svery sense of the word, and no food or drink of any description Is taken for the entire period of 24 hours. Even the children are sup posed to fast until nopn. but grown folks abstain from everything until CLARKSON FOR CHAIRMAN CHICAGO.. Sept. 30.—1n ' response to the call of President J. Hampton Moore, th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 30 September 1903

4 SPEEDY ONES AT TRACK. I At the date for the openipg of the ."Interstate fair draws near those mtn > esteil in race horses are making the • racing meet the one lor>ic of-ebnversa tioo. Without anj doubt wliajuvec£thc lunging horsesMShave Wen given " th: - taost'jtUention by those at Hie head rf tlie rating department. (W course the talent would all give their prejudicea fall sway in favor of horses who have 'raced in these parts before, Init those Who have seen tlrbhte, tlie latest addi tion to the Piedmont stables, perform, unite in proclaiming the gelding to lie ; one of the fastest lads that evei romp ed around the interstate track, He is a Chicago product inn Ned J*?nnis. the winner of last year's derby, is given a regular breezing along with the others. He is said to have lost Smicli of the speed lie showed last year, but those who claim to lie the king . doners any lie still lias a whole hatful of surprises left. Harry Green's string is being rounded info the linest sha...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month, TELEPHONE MAIN 375. NO. 583. KRESSLY SENTENCED TO * FIVE YEARS IN PRISON Pleads Guilty to Charge Which Was Preferred Against Htm. Poinff Out the Way of the Transgressor as Being Hard. Howard J. Kressly, former secre tary of the Luclle Dreyfus Mining company, society man, boulevardlef and "good fellow," is now a convict, and by his own admissions. Five years in the state penitentiary at j Walla Walla is the sentence that was Imposed upon him this morning by Judge Richardson of the superior court after he had entered a plea of guilty upon arraignment and waived all further procedure. * Kressly is now preparing for his Journey to the prison. For the first time he talks freely of his crime, ad mits his guilt, absolves all others of• complicity, and, in a personally dictated statement to The I'ress. , holds himself up to young men of ' his class ns a sad example of the consequences of tit doing. . I On the occasion of h"ts,arraignment ■aVess...

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

2 TKe SpoKane Press. Published Shrery Evening Exoept Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. ■OaMPn-KcßaJ Fat MBS ■»TTOE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or It •er year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all casea of poor S» tardy delivery to the office. •IS front Aye. Vetsphoae Mala 3TS. aTemtstlsi Beat «. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 63 Tribune building. New Tork City. Chicago office: JOt Hartford building. W. H. Porterfteld. manager of foreign advertising. AI'DITORII'M—"In Old Kentucky." Woman's Disloyalty to Woman. "Women can't rise above small grievances or their own personalities suf ficiently to be unbiased in their judgment." So says a teacher, herself a woman, who is opposed to women as district superintendents. It would be Interesting to know what would have been the attitude of the teacher quoted had she been offered the position to Which she would not recommend her Sister...

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

MINE EXHIBITS OPENING. With the enterprise Unit has made them famous in the past in developing the mineral resources of the country, the mining men have been the first to get their exhibits in shape for the In terstate fair. Occupying the southeast crn corner of the big exhibition build ing on shelves covered with long moss, the ores of the Slocan district of Brit ish Columbia. Rosslnnd, the Boundary, and the Coeur d*Alette districts, are the first in place. The Bunker Hill and Sullivan company has a lot ol samples of concentrates already on ex iejbiton. Myers Creek, Republic, Okan ogan i"«yl ottier districts are also rep rv.JKtttD Ymir, Cariboo, Kauiloopp and IjardeHti districts are still boxed up. A long and strong mineral cabinet is m place to the right of the Slocan ex hibit. Two booths for private exhibits oi the products of the Inland Empire and the Surrounding districts are fast lieinu repaired and covered with bunting Those on the south side of the übildinji are having a cov...

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

4 FAST ONES FROM YAKIMA . ' * ... Charles D. Jeffries returned from the North Yakima fair last night, nnd Stated this morning they had a very guccessful lining meet. Bald Mr. Jeffries: "The Interstate meet will be tlie finest ever held in this city. Many fine horses will be here and among the harness horses to leave North Yakima today and tomorrow Sri : Ola, 2:10Vt; Reda H. ;:11',: Mack Mark. *:14U: Martini D., t:lli St Patrick. 1:20; Portia Knight. 2:is: Ben Burba. J:l«; Polka Dot. 2:144 : County At torney. 2:17: tweet Marie. 'Jolf",; Qoronado, I:14H; Master Del mar, x:l«: Brlney X.. 2:1 *«.: Marboy, 2:18. "A good grist of runners will also be here, and the total will be swelled to between 71 and 100. Those t 1 leave North Yakima within the next couple days are the following: Mod ern Tourist. Sunday, Dunbane, The GOOD WORK IN TRYOUTS. The Interstate race track is now m ' excellent condition, and it is the opin ion of racing men now here that if tin' weather permits severs] new reco...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY . Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. _ nunon max* m. NO. 283. BUILD RESERVOIR BUT NOT ON HILL City Council Said to Have Agreed on Site at lip River Station. "Tou can state positively that the contemplated new 20,000,000-gnllon reservoir will be built, and that It will be built in the vicinity of the up-river pumping station Instead of on the hillside to the south of town," ■aid a prominent city official this morning. "A majority of the city council have agreed that It would not be wise to build the two standplpes which were to cost Ml,ooo, the oouncilmen deciding that a reservoir is the only ultimate solutiou of the water prob Rebating on Contract for Street Work city Treasurer Btftleston ts paying out the rebate* on the Main avenue pavitiK contract. The property own ers along this avenue were assessed for paving the full width of the Street, Later the Spokane Traction company laid Its tracks on the ave nue from Washington to Mill streets ami paid Into the treasury their...

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

2 GALLANT BRITISHERS ARE IN BOSTON TOWN Ancient and Honorable Artillary Company of 700 Fam ous Soldiers Get a Great Greeting. P.OSTON, Han.) Oct. 2.—ln striking contrast to the scene witnessed m Boston Somewhat more than 100 yean sgo, when the British evacuated the city and the citizens flouted them as they went, was the right royal wel come given today to the Ancient and Honourable Artillery company of Lon don, the oldest military organization in the world and the pride of all Brit ishers. The Ancient, under the com mand of the Ear] of Denbigh, come to Boston as guests of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery company of this city. The trip is in return for the fra ternal visit paid by the Boston organ ization to London several years ago. The Mayflower, bearing the British regiment, arrived at 8:30 a. m. opposite Millionaire Cheney's home at "The Breakers," and was sainted by a bat tery of cannon. On the island also 21 guns were fired from the outer bat ten - of Fort Warren, Venezuela...

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

BLOODY RIOTS; MANY INJURED Striking Omnibus Drivers in Berlin Attack Non-Unionists and Po v Ijce Officers. BF.IU.TX, Oct. 2.-A etriom, riot took place this afternoon when strik >3)6 employes of the Omnibus company stjtacked and overturned an omnibus driven by a non unionist and mobbed the passengers. The police were called and were attacked by the rioters, who used iron bars and hurled stones. Tho fighting lasted several hours, scores be- RED LIGHT QURRTER INGREASES REVENUE Despite the fact that the police dc- | partmcnt ordered 10 colored Women out of town last week, the collection of I fines made today from the immoral women of the city shows that there •re ten more in town than there were Int month, and last month the returns j showed an increase in the number of women of about 10 per tent over the Preceding month. Tho money collected by the city from the women today amounted to $1530 sgainst $1440 collected last month. It i Is likely that ten or 12 Women whoj BALFOUR SAYS THE...

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

4 THe SpoKane Press. shibllshed Bvery Bvenlng Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. gomxrps-McBAS press seuvioh. One cent per copy, alx cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or II ■ST year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all casea of poor Sr tardy delivery to the office. BIS rrosrl in. ■rsUpboms Main 37*. sVseßesasM Bos 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: hi Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: 106 Hartford building. W, H. Porterfleld. manager of foreign advertising. AI'DITORH'M—"In Old Kentucky." Growth of the Press For the first time In its brief career The Frcss today Issues an eight- Jiage paper, an enlargement necessitated by Its Increased business. The Press lacks Aye weeks of being one year old. During this period it lias steadily grown In circulation, In business and in influence. Kach day lias seen a better newspaper than the day before and the coming year will Show as great an Impro...

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

HINT THAT THEY'LL DUCK RASH PRIVATE Member* of company, 19th infantry, at Port Wriglit, are planning a farewell reception to Private Durliin when his term of enlistment expires on the 10th inst. Durbin is the soldier who did the Brodie act about six weeks ago at the foot bridge leading to Fort Wright and took a lovesick girl into the chilly waters of the Spokane river with hint. Many "of the men of company I are sea soned Soldiers and lislike the notoriety M'CLELLAN CHOICE ' OF TAMMANY HALL NEW YORK, Oct. 2.—George B. jtcLetlan, son of "Little Mac.'' was last night nominated for moyar of Greater New York by the Tammany democrats, his chief competitor being Judge \v illiam J, Qaynor of Brook lyii. McCiellan's running mates are Edward M. Grout for comptroller and Yield in Klondike Fully $10,000,000. VANCOUVER, B. C Oct. 2.— R. P. McLennan, mayor of Dawson, N. W. T„ who is here on a visit, says that the gold output of the Klondike for this season will yield $10,000,000. With recent rai...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 2 October 1903

t What's Doing' in World of Sport INDIANS IN FINEST FORM Won. Lost. P.C. Butte M em MS Spokane t*l 85 .655 Seattle 71 To Jffi Salt ]>ike 33 47 .413 Billy Dammann and his slow curves pet the games just as often a- lie gn"s on the slab. Bill started the season nut of luck with his arm, but he is finishing better than any t wirier in the league. Seattle was dock soup for him yester day. For eight innings only 24 if the daring Siwushes faced him, and they went Ihout as if they expected nothing else. Billy let up in the ninth, however, and let Hukey clout the leather into the weather for a double, then to square himself on that count lie swatted Drennan one on the back it his cranium that nearly sent the fielder to the switchgack. The Indians played like fiends behind Ihinimann—confidence is everything. At the bat they played in luck. The score: Seattle- AB. R. H. V.O. A. B. Drennan, cf 8 0 0 3 0 0 Hnrlev, ss 4 0 1 4 3 1 Freeman, lb 4 0 1 11 0 1 Hanuivan, If .... 3 0 1 2 0 0 fredway, ...

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