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

CORNER FORMED IN HAY MARKET Members of the board of public works ■aid this morning that P<ter Morrison nnd ex-City Commissioner WieOenibl have completely cornered the hay mar ket of eastern Washington and north-. em Idaho.. to the board these two men have run the price of hay up to $17 and have Contracted ahead for the entire crop of the big hay ranch ers of the Inland Krnpirc. Said Commissioner Hundley: "While the country is full of bay. the, price has been run up to the ludi crous price of $17 per ton, f.o.b: .it Post Falls and other outlying hay towns. "Against these prices, hay i< quoted in the Minneapolis marital at $11 per ton. We "have wanted 120 tons of hay and have sent inquiries to Montana, Oregon and to the coast. In Montana there is a shortage of the crop, but on the coast as in this Country there EASTERN AND WESTERN GRAIN DEALERS CONFER MINEAPOLIB, Minn, Oct. o.—The annual ({invention of the drain Dealer-' National association, which Opened here today, is the larg...

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. — 6 October 1903

- — 4 THe SpoKane Press. •VbU.bsd Every Bventng Except Sunday by Ths Press Publishing Company. sumiTM-itejsAS run ■bbyxob. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twsnty-flve cents per month or IS •or year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all eaaea of poor SW tardy delivery to the office. fM Front Aye. aTeaephons Main STaY sTeas»aio» Bos 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: S3 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: 80* Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld, manager of foreign advertising. Being on Time. (There arc few. If any, rules of conduct more Important and yet more gieglee 1011 than that of promptness In keeping appointments. Time is cheap, and we are apt to think we can filch it as we will. But It Is always ourselves we rob, not Time. The old fellow with t..e scythe ever gets ail that Is coming to liim. And there Is many a bad scar on our fortunes when he has had to prod us up to the mark. Maybe you can wa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 6 October 1903

MARQUIS FINDS MANY WITH ROYALTY'S BLOOD LONDON, Oct. 6.—Socially ambitious 'Americans, desirous of proving there is royal blood in their veins, will be inter ested to learn that the marquis Ruvig- By has published a book entitled "The Blood Royal of England," which con tains the names of nil known legiti iniate descendants of Kings Edward IV. ajafl jwnrif _VTT of England and James 111. of Scotland. The marquis i gives the names of 11,723 living persons' who have royal blood in their veins. These live all over the world, many : in the. United States. Some bear such j rtnroyal names as Smith, Jones, Brown gnd Robinson. Had the progeny of HI English sovereigns multiplied like! those of the kings mentioned there rould be 400,000 living people, more or less, directly related with royalty. The marquis takes no account of the Sacrificed His Life. NEW YORK, Oct. 6. -To save the Mfc of a strange woman, Edward 0. Roscoe, gateman at the Van Wyck avenue crossing of tlie Ixing Island railroad at...

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

What's Doing in the World of Sport. SPOKANE IN SECOND PLACE Tho bold, battered nnd bahgcd-upl tribe of Indiana have at last returned to tlieir native tamp*fires. Tiny have succeeded in making one of the most wonderful lights pn record in the recent Seattle seiies. and that goes without saying, \\ iih a team that was crippled in every position excepting center licH. they succeeded in breaking even with a team that has been conceded by the host authorities on the circuit to be the fastest bunch in the league. ! And nothing but the heavy hitting of Captain Huelsman'a aggregation did it. True, everyone of them has taken quite gracefully to the tobassan slide during the ttip. but all arc more or less crip pled from their fielding, which has been notorious for errors. W here other teams have fielded the horsehide in half genteel fashion the warlike Indians have taken to stopping the ball with their eyebrows, their left ears, their chins and the small of their backs, But such is the histor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 6 October 1903

FARRELL IS BELIEVED CHOICE FOR PRESIDENT BT. PAUL, Oct. 6.—Adversely re ceived at first, the reports that J. D. Farrell, assistant to President J. J. Hill of the Circat Northern on the Pacific coast, will be made president of the Northern Pacific, are now being accept ed with*the conviction that they out line the course that will be pursued in filling President Melleu's place. The official statement comes today from Great Northern sources that President Hill favors Mr. Farrell for the post.. It is asserted on the same authority, | which is hacked by private advices from New York during the day, that .1. Pierponl Morgan will name Mr. Mellcn's successor, hut! not without thorough consultation with Mr. Hilt nnd Mr. Hill's entire satisfaction with big choice. Mr. Karrell's recent relations have been of the most important character, and the reports that he will be mad-! president are given color by the fact that just before Mr. Hill left for New York he and Mr. Farrcll were in con stant ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 6 October 1903

8 DOG SHOW OPENS AT THE FAIR TOMORROW r- - 1 The opening day meet of the Spokane ttennel club takes place tomorrow at the Interstate fair grounds. This evening the carpenters will have Completed the inteiior of the big tent, located to the south of the main expo ■•ition ball, which for the next four days ■rill be the temporary home of 80 odd ■doggies of all sizes, description! and breeds. A. C. Klein, secretary cf the club, Stated today that exactly 100 entries tun I been received. English setters pie dominate in most of the (lasses, though entries have lieen received for nearby ;:11 the 202 classes. K. Davie? of Dewdncy, H. C; who will judge the show, is due go arrive in the city this evening. ANXIOUS TO ABOLISH A CHINESE LANDMARK Owners of new business property I gnd buildings that arc going up in tlie vicinity of First avenue and Wash ington street and First avenue and ♦Stevens street have begun a fierce cru aadc to have the old Chinese landmark on First avenue between Washington...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 7 October 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. TBLirZOn MAX* t7B. NO. 287. REPUBLICANS WANT TO NAME COSGROVE Conference of Party Leaders Spring Pomeroy Man for Gubernatorial Race. The name of Judge Cosgrove of Pomeroy was sprung as a guberna torial candidate at a meeting of re publican politicians In the Hotel Spo- , kane last night. Among the politicians present were : I Senator Rands of Vancouver, Senator Bailey of Oakesdale, Senator Palmer [ \ of Skagit county, Senator Ruth of, | Olympla, Representative Whitney of . Cheney and a number of local politi- ! cal lights. Judge Cosgrove's name was sprung by his old friend. Senator Palmer. • It developed that to bring the judga < to the front was the prime object of , i Senator Palmar*! visit to Spokane. | For a number of years Judge Cos- • ANOTHER CRANK IN WHITE HOUSE WASHINGTON, Oct. 7.—lntense excitement was created this morning by the nttempt of another crnnk to enter the White House and reach President Roosevelt. The man applied...

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

31 GOVERNORS' DAY AT THE FAIR Totday is Governor's day at the In terstate fair and the opening of the ini tial meet of the Spokane Kennel club's abow. The big parade and Governor Mcßride's speech are the special fea tures. The trains last night and Ibis morn ing brought fully 2tHK) people to the city ' and the streets today are crowded. Shortly after 9 o'clock this morning a special car left the corner of Howard atreet and Riverside avenue, having on ! hoard a number of doggies bound for 1 the exhibition grounds. There was ■ much amusement for the onlookers, Poplar Ores Shown. Some of the richest gold ore ever brought to the city is to be seen at the mineral department of the Interstate fair from Poplar creek. It was brought here by Tbil O'Connor, one of the Lo cators of the Lucky -Tack claim. The specimens arc full of rich free gold, sonic being taken from the tunnel work ings and others from along the outcrop of the ledge of this marvelous bonanza. "Poplar is going ahead steadily,...

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

HARMONY RULES THE . MEETING OF COUNCIL At tne tindes council last night the report of the carnival auditing com mittee was read, and, contrary to the expectations of many, the report was endorsed and the hum ting was one of harmony. Members of the council virtually agreed yesterday that the comfittoo having In charge toe carnival hid done the best they could, Hint the mere fact Vint the expenses were Ladles in Charge at Church Fair. General arrangements for the Catholic fair, to lie given for the benefit of Our Lady of Lourdea church late this month, were com pleted yesterday afternoon at a meet ing of the ladies Interested, TJe are: Mrs. James Clark, pres ident! Mrs. A. J. l.a Page, vice presi dent; Mrs. E, J. Roberta, treasurer nnd Mrs. Thomas V. t'ondan, secre tary. Ladles In charge of booths are named ns follows: Mrs. Wndsworth. Mrs. P. Clark, Mrs. D. Clark, Mra. R. Porter, Mrs. Charles Sweeney and Mrs. P, Welch for Our Lady of gour des; Mrs, Leo Long, Mrs. 'William O'Brien, Mrs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 7 October 1903

TKe SpoKane Press. B*abllshed Br.ry greening- Ktzc.pt Sunday by The Tress Publishing Company. BCBXTPS-McRAB PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or II Bar year, delivered by carrier. No free coplea. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor ST tardy delivery to the office. Sia Trent Aye. Vslaphons Main 37a. arswtofaoe Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 63 Tribune building, New York City. Chicago office: 106 Hartford building. W. H. Portcrflcld. manager of foreign advertising. BPOK A N E—"The Burgomaster." The Grace of Getting Mad. Jacob A. Riis, whom President Roosevelt has pronounced tlie "most Useful citizen of New York." lias been telling the people of that city what they most need, now that they arc confronted with the duty of electing a new mayor. "What we need in the first place, and the last." he says, "is grace to get mad and to keep mad. Citizenship that lies down, content to let itself be r...

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

ROAD EXPERTS COME TO CITY %rtlr four days convention of the Washington Good Roods association opens tomorrow. This morning President Samuel Hill of Seattle arrived from the oast, ac companied by Colonel J. B. Kilebrew of Nashville, Term. M. O, Kldrldge of Washington, D. C, assistant di rector, nnd J. A. Abbott of Denver. In charge of the Pacific division of the good roads bureau of the department of agriculture, will arrive today. »A telegram received yesterday evening from Seattle by President J. D. Sher !wood stilted that R. \V. Richardson of St. Louis, secretary of the Na tional Good Roads association, and James B. Melckle, secretary of tho Washington State association, would also be present. During the afternoon Mr, Hill and President J. D. Sherwood und Secre tary I.evl O. Monroe of the Spokane County Good Roads club will arrnngo the program of the convention, which opens tomorrow afternoon In the au ditorium of the First Methodist church. Colonel J. B. Kllebrcw of Nashville, FI...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 7 October 1903

What's Doing in the World of Sport. J. J. JEFFRIES BARS THE BLACK Billy Delaney has offered a bunch s of reasons why Jim Jeffries should con. tinue to draw the color line and refuse j | to fight Sam MoVey, Jack Johnson! a or any other colored heavyweight who :, springs up. Delaney is afraid there l would be a race war if a colored manjl should win the championship. There - is little reason tor Delanej to fear < that Jeffries* might lose such a fight, i At present there is no general call for i; Jeffries to fight a colored man and that t is the best reason why he can refuse With -afctv 1.. hi- i-initalioii. Ptill fl 1 Efitaot be said that colored fighters avo not been popular. Peter Jackson Eas certainly a popular pugilist, and eorge Dixon had every, lover of the Erne on his staff when he was the ng of the feather-weights."" ffoe Gans might be a popular cham roon today, despite his color, if he had been on the level. He Is known to be a great pugilist, and easily the best of kit c...

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

LINDSLEY PRESENTS ANTI-BOX ORDINANCE Councilman Joseph Lindsley of the Fourth ward caused surprise at the council meeting last night by introduc ing an ordinance providing for the abolishment of boxes in all saloons where women are permitted to resort, i Inasmuch as Councilman Lindsley has been - r.ipidl> acquiring the reputation of being the leader of the saloon inter ests on the floor of the council cham ber, and has opposed all reform ordi nances heretofore introduced by the Ucmocruts, it was difficult to under hand his change of heart. Mr. Linde ley merely explained that his ordinance meets with the requirements of the re publican platform. C. H. Wolf's petition asking for the Mississippi Medicos. MEMPHIS, Term., Oct. 7— Several hundred medical men covering the ter ritory from Cincinnati to New Orleans) asset her with the northwestern states, are attending the annual convention of the Mississippi V alley Medical associa tion in session here. The opening ses sion was held toda...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 7 October 1903

8 SAYS HE WILL BREAK FAST WHEN HUNGRY ' GREAT FALLS, Mont.. Oct 7.— Great Falls lias a man who has fast •d 14 days, and declsres he will not eat again until he is hungry. The taster is Frank Gregson, clerk to Trainmaster Charles Murphy of the Montana Central railway. Mr. Greg eon is a man about i 0 years Of age, end apparently is In K<'od health. He gays he is fasting because of stom ach trouble, nnd thinks If he gives that organ a rest it will resume its normal condition. ■\Vith the exception of one glass of milk a day, he has eaten'nothing for DAUGHTER OF YOUNG MADE A BRIDE TODAY YVASufNGTON, Oct. 7.—The presi dent and Mrs. Roosevelt and a dis tinguished military company wltnesa ed the marriage this afternoon of Miss Elizabeth Young, daughter of General S. B. il. Young, chief of staff of the army, and Lieutenant John R R. Hanhay, TJ. S. A. The ceremony j was performed In St. Thomas' church, Which was prettily decorated for the occasion. The bri.lal party had as JOB FOR THE POLI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 8 October 1903

SECOND SECTION Spokane: Queen of The Inland Empire i In more ways than it is possible lo enumerate In the course of a brief newspaper article, the city of Spokane Is Qualified to hold the title She has earned among the cities of the Pacific coast—Queen of the Inland Empire. As a pearl lies in its chaste beauty upon a maiden's linger, so Spokane nestles In a fair and fertile Valley, beautiful In every line and contour, resplendent in the glory of her vigorous health and growth—the diadem of western municipalities. In a private conversation with Hon. 3ami's Hamilton Lewis, at the time of his western tour last May, President Roosevelt said: "I never saw two such cities as Spokane and Seattle. If my oldest boy was big enough to be choosing a place, I would advise him to locate in one or the other of these cities, and it is a shakeup be tween them." The President's Verdict. Such was the verdict of the first Citizen of the land, and those who have made this city their home, who have come ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 8 October 1903

10 TEI WASKrXSTOH WATER POW XX COMPANY. One day a few decades since, some straggling pioneers from the advanc ing vanguard of civilization, attract ed by the mighty rumblings of un known waters, camped in a primeval wilderness beside the fall of the Spokane river. One of these men. we are told, averred that here would be a good location for a saw-mill, or rather. If you could move the falls Out east somewhere you could start a fairish mill business. Another raised a laugh by asserting that the power obtained here might be used In grinding flour—they had flour mills many miles away on the other side of the Great Divide, and you could get a sack of It at Portland for a good sized lumb of gold, but here, in the wilderness—it was impossible to raise wheat, or to make flour, said they. However, soon came the rail road, opening up the territory for a greater Influx of homeseekers. Then on its heels came capital seeking in vestment. Sage seers of the com mercial world saw the possibilities...

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

SPOKANE OAS COMPANY. Within recent years gas lighting and heating has proved one of the greatest boons enjoyed by civilized humanity. No thnt con be named has had a Mcndief or more abundant suc cess. This success has been due to two main causes, the inherent utility and value of the invention and the skill, probnty nnd business capacity f>{ those who have taken a leading part in itl improvement. Gas was first distilled from coal as early at. A. 1). ]<iBB. and conveyed in pipes in the year 1760, nnd first used for lighting purposes in 1792. Who made the first discoveries in gas is not definitely known, bill to William Mm loik, who lived in the later part of the eighteenth century, is due the most honor for its practical application to heating and lighting purposes und for many improvements in its manufac ture. Since then the progress which Inn. been made in its manufacture has been little less than marvelous, nnd as its management improved it came to be universally recognized n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 8 October 1903

13 BBOVg BROS. Tile annually increasing demand for steam power and machinery of all kinds in Washington and adjoining states necessitates ample facilities for their production, hence the construc tion of boilers, machinery, etc., consti tutes a very important branch of indus try, and Spokane, as the great center of production of the Inland Empire, has developed a very extensive business in these lines. In this connection we de sire to make special reference to the Brown Bros.' Steam Boilers. Rooting and Cornice Works. They are expert mechanics of long practical experience and in their line they have built up a large business. Their plant, which is one of the tinest and most modern in the northwest, is equipped with the latest and most modern machinery and appliances and is located at the corner of Second avenue and Washington street, where it has every facility for transportation. They manufacture all kinds of steam boilers and sheet iron work, smokestacks, tanks, ore cars, ore buck...

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

OXO. RATLKT. Almost everyone haa more or less love for the pretty picture, the fine paint ing, or the beautiful work of art, and in smthing is one more difficult to please or does one show so much indi vidual taste as in the choice snd dis play of his art possessions. In every home from the magnificent salon of the mansion to the little parlor of the humblest cottage, there is more or less successful attempt at artistic decora tion. The beauties of nature surround ing the inhabitants of our city by the falls hss not detracted in the least from their love for the beauties of art, and among them may be found not only some of the greatest connoisseurs of art, but also some of tho finest art ists in the northwest. But for the dealer in art goods lies the broadest field, for he must meet the wants ot all in every walk of life. One of the most prominent of those in Spokane is Mr. (ieorge Batley, dealer in pictures, picture frames and art goods. He has a most complete stock at 928 Riversid...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 8 October 1903

14 CHAMBERLAIN ft CHAMBERLAIN. An old established firm of realty dealers, and it may truly be said that their name is n familiar household word in Spokane, is that of Messrs. Cham berlain & Chamberlain, which, during the many years the house has been es tablished has always borne a high repu tation for honorable dealings and strict integrity, while it h;i~ commanded the confidence of a large and influential cli entage. The company was incorporated under the laws of the state several years ago. while if lias an exceptionally influential directorate, and the plan of the company is to give even wage earner an opportunity to invest in a home, nnd for this purpose they have some choice improved city property, as well as vacant lots. on which they will erect houses to suit the purchaser, with easy term? of payment, while loans are negotiated on mortgage of farm and city property at low rates of interest, and in each department they give a prompt, reliable service at moderate charges. ...

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