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

BRYAN'S OBJECTION TO RUTH'S WEDDING VAIN LINCOLN, Neb., Oct. 2.—This was a I happy day for Miss Ruth Bryan. In 1 the lirst place it was her IStli birthday, i the day on which she becomes her own l mistress. But a still more uotent cause i Contributed to the happiness of Miss Bryan. It was the eve of her wedding i day. for tomorrow she i« to become I the bride of William Homer 1 LaMitt, i an artisl, who came out from the east I and won the heart of the fair western 1 girl, while painting the portrait of her I father, Colonel Bryan. I The happiness of Miss Bryan is not I lessened in looking forward to the lelic-|, 1 tops' event of tomorrow, by contcmplat- I Madden Sells Applause. John I: Madden Of New York has aold to Newton Bennington the 2-year-old colt Applause, by Plaudit— Belle Hoyt. The terms of the sale are private. The broker who races under the name of Mr. Cotton has bought from J. K. Wldener the two Steeplechasers Fulminate and Vahlex. Forbes a Winner. AURORA. 111., Oct. 2—C...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 2 October 1903

B JABOUR TALKS OVER HIS WOES Thinks Spokane Will Put Him On His Feet Again Next Week, ' "Colonel" George Jnbour—tho man •n whoso shoulders rests the respon sibility of providing the evening en tertainment for the thousands of peo ple who will be here during the period cf the Interstate fair, arrived from Portland yesterday evening via the O. R. * N. This morning, over his coffee nnd cigarette, Jabour. who, by the way, claims to be the representative In the city of New York of Abdul Ila mid, sultan of Turkey, discussed with a Press reporter his recent financial troubles, his show and the political situation of Turkey as it effects the old-world politicians. He said: "My financial worries have nearly driven me to distraction. T'p till now the season has been one of disaster upon disaster. But I have kept the chow together, nnd with good weather here will pull out all right. Spokane treated me royally last'year and I have come back to you with a show that is bigger and better than ever...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 3 October 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. nunon kaxx its. NO. 284. SEVEN ARE SCALDED TO DEATH, 2 FATALLY BURNED, x 20 FEARFULLY INJURED BY TERRIFIC EXPLOSION Frightful Accident Occurs at a Peoria, Illinois, Distillery. r-EOIUA, Til., Oct. 3.-Tn the ex plosion of the cooker at a local distil lery plant to day a terrific loss of life was caused. Seven it is now known, were instantly killed, while more than a score were either scalded or maimed. Of this number several will die. THE HEAD ARE: James MrMinus. Charles Powell. • Catholic Records Go Up In Smoke SEATTLE, Oct. B.—All the records t»f the local Catholic diocese were de stroyed by a fire nt the residence of Bishop ODea tills morning. Tho property loss Is 14000. The records were Invaluable, Linemen's Strike Comes to Close SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. B.—The linemen's strike which has prevailed on this coast from British Columbia to Mexico since June 22 was settled today. COOK PARTY FAILED TO ATTAIN SUMMIT NEW YORK, Oct. S.—According t...

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

2 MINING STOCKS SHOW ACTIVITY Trading In mining stocks the past week continued lively. Brokers re port a good demand for western stocks from many points in the cen tral states, and this was particularly noticeable with Mammoth of Slate oresk. Chicago and Minneapolis were heavy buyers of this stock, on the strength of an authentic, report that the new cyanide mill hod started op erations. The mill will handle a vast amount of low grade ore that has been piled on the dump for years past and will now undergo treatment and help enrich the treasury of the com pany. While this city has never held any particular interest In Mammoth, there are any number of scattered shareholders throughout the small towns in the immediate vicinity. In '98 and '99, when the property was In Its early stage of development, the company was forced to pay off the men in stock. This was done on a basis of from 8 to 10 cents. Those who held on have made well out of t,heir labor, selling during the week at from 16c...

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

BUSY BUSTLING AT FAIB GROUNB The int\**lale fair grounds looked i today as though a regiment of soldiers j had been turned loose therein and ; Were throwing up breastworks nnd mak ing camp. Everywhere there are sign*, KSthe utmost hustle and hurry. Only two days yet remain in which the ejt"ji hrbitors can arrange their displays with out interference from the inquisitive Sublic, and, realizing the work must j c done before the gales are thrown Open on Monday, they are working with the greatest alacrity. In the main building those who ha- c been repairing the booths and drap ing them with hunting have completed their work. The mining cxliih'ts are commencing to arrive in earnest and it keeps the attendants constantly on the move to get them in their proper places. "Doc" ltrown has moved his entire Hotels are Filling for the Fair The demands on the hotels of the city for the reservation of rooms dur ing the fair hns already commenced and the hostclrlcs are confronted with a very hard p...

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

4 TKe SpoKane Press. ffajbllahad Every Evening Except Sunday by Ths Press Publishing Company. ■OBIVPfMa'cBAB PRESS SBBTXOB. On. cent p.r oopy, six centa p.r week, twenty-five cente per month or fI Bnr year, delivered by carrier. No free coplea. Subscribers wtll confer a favor by promptly reporting all caaea of poor Bar tardy delivery to the office. fJM Trent At. fMephons Main STaY BnwtoSo. Bos 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 68 Tribune building. New York City. Cbteago office: ■06 Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld, manager of foreign advertising. Upheaval of Society. ■ The most exclusive circles In Bnr Harbor have bad a dreadful shock. 1 Th.- foundations on which their social superiority are builded have been j almost rent In twain. ( Th. : almost impenetrable hedge fence which secluded the elect from the too vulgar gaze of the rabble has been torn apart, nnd through the opening 1 Into the very innermost center of refinement and culture and money, has Stolen a rank outside...

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

MADE FINE EXCUSES THAT PROVED IN VAIN Robert Clark and Tom Butler, tawdry Jewelry salesmen, were fined ♦10 and-costs each in police court this aftevVloon for vagrancy. They were arrested last night while trying to dispose of a miscellaneous assortment of copper rim spectacles and rings. Barrett admitted that he had serv- M three terms for vagrancy and that he had no change of underwear nearer than "Kelly's" farm at Oakesdnle. Clark said he had only two pairs THINKS HE KNOWS SECRET OF RODDERS Chief of Folice Woydt expressed the lielief thut the following letter receiv ed by the Press and signed "Field Official," is written by a man who is not a dynamiter, but who will probably Succeed in legging himself into Medical Lake before another moon comes up: "Spokane, Wash., Sept. 30, 1903. V ess Editor, Sir—l have been expect ing to hear the dynamiters make threats, and it would be very foolish for the Northern Pacific officials to fork over $00,000 to them because they have gone to the woo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 3 October 1903

6 What's Doing' in the World of Sport. INDIANS ARE LET DOWN EASY Flayed. Won. P.C. Butte 84 6<> .884 Spokane 81 Ofi J551 Beat tie 70 70 .520 Salt Lake 33 47 .413 The Seattle fellows yesterday cer tainly did some strange things to Sh glc. He was given bumps that, if it were not for the fine fielding, with which tlie Indians becked him up, the result would have told a tale of one large balloon ascension. Maupin. on the other hand, just tore loose and the heavy-hitting Indians cv. ting on his shoots until they saw stars, but their efforts were about as effective as the promises of a city poli tician. Huntsman was out of the game for s while, but when Nordyke got to field ing the ball with his chin the hi;! captain had to get into the garden apain. The score: Seattle— AB. R. H. F.O. A. B. Prennan, 3b .... 3 1 1 1 6 1 Hut lev, ss 4 1 1 2 6 1 Freeman. IB 3 1 2 8 2 2 Harinivan, cf .... 3 1 3 6 0 0 Tied way. rf .... 4 1 1 0 0 0 Rockenfield, 2b .. 4 0 2 4 4 2 Btrieklett, If ....4 0 1 1...

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

TO RUSH AHEAD ON A NEW ROAD The\prospect of avtice construction work being in full swing in the course of a few days on the t'oast-Kootenay railway is exceedingly bright. With in two years the proposed line connect ing Vancouver and New Westminister with the mining camps of the Similk.i meen and Boundary district, will, ac cording to the proposed program, be completed. Mclean Brothers, railroad contrac tors, secured the charter for the Coast- Kootenay line about three years ago. It was at one time given out that Jin Hill of the (treat Northern had pur chased the charter, and under it pur posed building to the coast. Rill's charter is that of the Victoria, Van couver &, Eastern railway, which also gives him the right to build to the coast cities, a right that Hill regards as a most valuable franchise—if he can get the same amended to allow him to eppropriate land over which he desires to lay steel. Meanwhile Hugh McLean of McLean Brothers, says he is not letting the grass grow un...

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

a 8 ANCIENTS ARE AT PROVIDENCE PROVIDENCE, R. i.. Oct. 2. -The Ancient ami Honourable Artillery eom |*any of London, accompanied by sev eral hundred members of the Huston command, is today being entertained here. The distinguished British sol diers and their American cousins arriv ed on board two big special trains this morning, and were greeied by the First Light Infantry troops, whose guests they are for the day. Upon their arrival a squad from the Marine artillery fired a salute of 2\ guns as a welcome. The parade was then formed, the line of march leading through the principal business streets of the city, all of which were maguili- Cently decorated. At the city hall, Bowling Season Opens Full Tilt At 6 o'clock tonight the members of j the Coenr d'Alene Howling club will assemble for the first time to celebrate the completion of the finest alleys in the west. "Dutch Jake," flic big chief ' bowler, will roll the first ball which j will open the new alleys and the event event anno...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 5 October 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. nunon tun m. NO. 286. TWO THOUSAND DIE ON SWORD'S POINT Terrible Slaughter of Turk ish Non-Combatants Re ported at Bonisko. SOFIA. Bulgaria, Oct. s.—Advices which have been received here give meagre details of a terrific battle which took place at Bonisko, in which it is reported 2tKX) Turkish non-combat ants were slain. The town of Bonisko was utterly destroyed. The attack was made by a large band of insurgents, who attacked the town and soon had its inhabitants at their BUCK WILL RUN JABOUR CIRCUS Jnbour's hoodoo has followed him to Spokane. What with the rotten weather preventing his men getting np the tents and nutting the show grounds in order for the opening night; the lack of flnanOlal means to properly carry on the show; and his Illness, necessttatlng his confine ment to his room at the Spokane ho tel—the Turk la Indeed a very Bad man. Up to the present time no definite announcement has been had either from Jabour himself or the...

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

3 HAD PERILOUS FALL INTO THE ST. MARIES W. W. Greenwood of this city had I narrow escape from drowning in the St. Maries river Saturday, through the carelessness of the officials of the steam er Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. Greenwood had made the trip to St. Maries and when the returning steamer landed at the dock | the gangplank was put out. but on a slanting part of the upper deck, making it very insecure. When the ship's officer called "all aboard." Mr. Greenwood, wearing a heavy overcoat and carrying baggage in both hands, started to walk the AN UNUSUAL ROMANCE LEADS TO THE ALTAR NEW YORK, Oct. s—An unusual romance which will culminate In a ■wedding this winter is that of Miss Sadie Hall of N0.47u Jersey avenue, Jersey City, whose engagement to her stepbrother, Benjamin E. Far rier, of the same address, has just been announced. Three years ago Miss Hall's father, ex-Assemblyman James P. Hall, a manufacturer of masons' supplies, met young Farrier's mother, who was the widow of W. W. Farri...

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

SCENES AND EVENTS AT FAIR. Spokane's tenth annual fruit fair, exposition and race meet Is open. Promptly at 8 o'clock this morning the gates at the Interstate fair were thrown open and all day a steady at ream of sightseers have been pour ing Into the grounds. At the main exposition building this morning a confusion of boxes nnd bundles T&eautlful displays were rapidly being put Into place, and by tomorrow noon the final touches will have been added to make the whole Bhow a thing of splendor and a Joy to look upon. The decorations of the numerous booths have been featured In scarlet and white—the fair colors —and an abundance of multi-colored bunting and Hags gives the Interior of the big building a decidedly chic and attractive appearance. Gathered within the four walls are to be found the choicest samples of fruits, grains, grasses and vegetables —the gift of old Mother Earth. From the nearby mining camps are ores and marbieg of every conceivable va riety and deaerlption known...

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

4 THe SpoKane Press. srwMlshsd Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. BCH.rPPB MrB.AE PRKBI SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-Aye cents per month or $1 Ben* year, delivered by carrier. No free coplea. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor tar tardy delivery to the office. «M Front Are. Valephone Main 378. Vssrtoffloe Bon 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 53 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: 106 Hartford building. W. H. Porterlleld. manager of foreign advertising. A Canadian Bubble. Another "Napoleon of Finance" has met his Waterloo. Francis H. Clergue. the promoter of the Consolidated Lake Superior company, capitalized at $117,000,000, Is In hiding somewhere up in "the Soo," the scene of his operations, while a great mob of unpaid workmen have been storming the big buildings of the company. in the heighth of his success Clergue was called "the Wizard of the North.'' "the Jason of Algoma...

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

MAY REORGANIZE TRADES COUNCIL On account of the dissatisfaction exist inn among the labor unions over the net return of 1J.40 towards the proposed-Jabor temple as a result of the labor carnival held during August a movement Is on foot to reorganize the trades council. The sum of $3770 was realised from the subscription of the merchants of the city and from the sale of tickets bpttght by the different unions in the voting contest for queen of the car nival. That all of this money, to gether with the receipts from ad missions, should have been swallowed up is beyond the understanding of many of tlie labor people. Furthermore, it Is being charged that the present trades council does not show near the enthusiasm In Leading Socialist Will Speak Here Three Interesting lectures upon the subject of socialism arc to be de livered In this city by M. W. WUkins of California, sir. WUkins, who is reputed to be an eloquent speaker. Is the national organizer of the socialist party. "Socialism's Me...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 5 October 1903

What's Doing' in the World pf Sports = - | , i - ia i. , ■ LOST FIRST; WON THE OTHER Won. Lost. r.C. Butte S5 fi2 aTS Spokane SI CT 547 Seattle 77 71 520 Salt Lake 35 48 422 The baseball season closed in Se attle yesterday and as usual Jack Hickey had the bold redskins from the jungles completely at bis mercy. Daramann for the Indians pitched bis usually brilliant game, but the fates were against him. in the second game the tale of woe was reversed and it was the Indians who were looking and feeling chesty. The scores; Seattle— R. 11. P.O. A. E. Drennan, 3b 2 0 14 1 Hurley, ss 0 0 3 S 1 Freeman, lb 1 0 12 0 0 Hannlvan, cf l o o o 0 Tredway, rf 2 2 1 0 0 Rockenfield. 2b.... 0 1 3 1 0 Stricklett. If 0 1 1 1 0 Stanley, c 0 2 6 1 1 Hickey, p 1 1 0 3 0 Totals 7 7 27 13 3 Spokane— R. H. P.O. A. E. Delsel. 3b 0 0 4 2 1 Slagle, of 0 0 2 0 0 Klopf.' lb 0 0 7 0 0 Huelsman, if 1 1 l o o Frary. rf 1 1 1 0 0 Ferris. 2b 1 2 1 4 1 McCarthy, ss l l 4 1 l Hanson, c 0 1 3 2 0 Dammann, p 0 0 1 3 0 Tot...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 5 October 1903

LONG KNIVES OUT FOR ORATORICAL GOVERNOR w vile Wovernor Mcßride is stump speech-making and hunting in Stevens county a number of the leading politi cians of his party have been holding a threic days' meeting at the Spokane hotel HiJ devising plans to put his ex cellency out of the running for the re publican nomination to succeed him self. "The leading republicans of the state have recided that (iovernor Mcßride is incompetent and totally unworthy of J receiving the nomination of his party again," said a prominent politician this afternoon. You can put it down that Mcßride is a dead one in the coming campaign. "Within recent months (governor Mc Bride has needlessly ignored the wishes of some of the leading men of his party. This lack of diplomacy is also held against him. "It is also charged that he pardoned Recent Changes In Boise Bank BOISK, Idaho, Oct. s.—Hon. W. H. Watt his sold his Interest In the Watt Banking company, limited, lie took $10,000 cash for his 0500 shares, I. B. R...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 5 October 1903

8 DEMOCRATS IN QUEST OF PIE Local democrats are get tin? busy in the matter of discussing candidate! for the different county otiicee. Judge Bell ami B. \V. Hand are in the lead as favorites in tlie race for the superior judgeship*. Mr. Hand •» •aid to have a clear walkaway for tlie Domination to succeed Judge Richard ton as joint judge for Spokane and Stevens counties. Mr. Hand is a gen eral favorite with the democratic part." and has served with creilit to himself as councilman from the First ward, •fudge Richardson is admitted io be out of the running, because in the enthusi asm of the socialist thoughts he an nounced some time ago that he was n» longer a democrat, and. in fact, refused to contribute towards the Jefferson din ner in this city. Judge Belt is a gen eral favorite with the party, and has pruved an acceptable judge to the dem ocratic and republican members of the bar. County Treasurer George Mudgett is Dcing plumed for the state treasury nomination, and will have the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 6 October 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month, nunon iuii m. NO. 286. NEWSBOY FINED FOR UNRULY CONDUCT Assaulted Press Newsboy Because the Paper Cut Rival s Sales. Guy Burns, newsboy, 11 years of age, who was srrested last night hy Officer Nelson for assaulting Gardner Huyd, another newsboy, at Riverside avenue and Howard street, explained his rea son for assaulting the other boy by saying that young Hoyd sold the Press EXPECT WARM SESSION AT COUNCIL MEETING Organized labor leaders are predict ing that the session of the trades council tonight, at which the report of the carnival auditing committee Is to be rend, will be the hottest ses sion In the history of the council. It Is rumored that ftie fight In the council will center about the question as to whether or not the lnbor temple fund was to get BO per cent of the gross receipts of the carnival. Some of the committee In charge of the carnival say the temple fund was to get the BO per cent, but others say It was to receive only )...

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

3 ..BUSTLING ACTIVITY AT THE FAIR.. The second day of the Interstate (air finds the machinery of the big ghow worn to a smooth working bearing, and the crowds that throng ed the grounds this morning are a happy auguary of future possibilities In the attendance line. ' There Is yet much to be done In ' the main exposition hall before all the exhibits will be In place. The cold i WEALTH OF MINERAL ATTRACTIVELY SHOWN Superintendent W. A. Coplen of the Jnlnerai department la receiving the congratulations of local and visiting tnining men on tho very creditable display of ores and marbles that are on exhibition this year. The num ber of camps represented, the size of the ore samples and the great va riety shown is away ahead of many previous exhibits in this department. The most creditable display, em bracing as it does a number of dis tinct camps, is that of the Boundary district of British Columbia. The Greenwood Board of Trade collected the samples and sent them down in Charge of the ...

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