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

jr xxoTna arww Aosrrxosr. The Big Bend Land company, which recently platted and placed on the market*. Hay's Park addition to the city of Spokane, which has met with the approval of those who have gone out to Inspect the property, has Just platted and placed on the market the First addition to Hay's Park, a choice -ill-acre tract adjoining Hay's Park on 'the east. This property is located on the Hillyard street car line, which gives that portion of the city a 20- -mtnute car service. This company has extended the city water mains to the addition, the principal main ex tending slong the west side of the now addition, making water easily ac cessible in any part of the new ad dition. The view from this addition, as well as Hay's Park and the lots they are offering In Broadview addi tion, is one of the finest in the city, and appeals to every one who appre ciates such advantages in a home. To make this property move quickly and enable every one to purchase, the company has placed the pr...

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. — 8 October 1903

I* HOTBX BFOXAsTE. The largest and best hotel in our city and one of the finest and known hostelries in the West, is The Spokane, which occupies an elegant five-story brick building with a front age of 250-feet on First avenue and 150 fet on Stevens street, complete and modern in every detail of construction. It was built immediately after the de structive fu-e of August. 1889, to meet the great demand for hotel accommo dations, and since the day it was open ed to the public it has been the leading hotel of our city. Eight yenrs ago it passed into the hands of the present owners, the Norman Bros., who have made it not only the leading hostelry of the state, but one of the finest be tween Chicago and the coast. Its 200 elegantly and comfortably furnished rooms are well ventilated and heated, and equipped with all modern conven iences, electric lights, call bells and lo cal and long distance telephones. There are 50 private bathroom suites which are models of luxury, and elegant par l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 9 October 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. nuraon maem art. K0.599. TERRIFIC RAINS FLOOD THE CITY OF NEW YORK Traffic Suspended, Stores and Banks Are Closed, While Rafts Are Working in the Streets NEW YORK, Oct. 9.—The most ter rlllc rain ever experienced has Jieen falling for 24 hours with no signs of subsiding. At 8 o'clock this morning there had been more thun six Inches of precipitation. There Is almost complete cessation Ethel's High Dive. LONDON, Oct. 9.—There Is surprise ever the report that Miss Kthel Barrv saorc, on her return to America, at tempted to deny possesion of a trophy lor high diving. The plain fact is that the actress distinguished herself. During her stay in England Miss Barrymore was the guest of the Duch ess of Sutherland, and. with her grace, visited an aquatic display at the Dun robin private pier. Among those who participated were Ijady Constance Mac- Kcnzie, the champion lady swimmer, and Miss Chaplin, also staying at Duu robin castle. The actress, ex...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 9 October 1903

3 James Watson Desd. James Edmund Watson of Seattle 1 , formerly of Spokane, died this week at the insane a»> lum at Sleilacoom. He was one of the best, known sporting men on the coast. He resided here for a number of years, and was engag ed In several sporting enterprises. He lost heavily by the big fire. Of his last days the Postlntelligen cer says: "For several months Watson was an invalid in Providence hospital, and through this sickness his mind failed him. A few weeks ago, in the hope that it would benefit him, he was com mitted to the asylum, but since he has continued to grow worse, until death ended his suffering. He was a mem bar of Seattle aerie, No. 1, Fraternal Order of Eagles."' He Expects Rain. The wcathor forecast issued this tnorning by Observer Stewart is not an encouraging one for those interested in the Interstate fair. According to his official prediction, rain will fall tonight and tomorrow. I DAGGETT SAYS LEAGUE HAS FIGURED WRONG Chairman Floyd K. Daggett o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 9 October 1903

Spokane & Eastern Trust Company (TOR THE BENEFIT OF PRESF.NT AND PROSPECTIVE PATRONS THE FOLLOWING COMPLETE LIST OF SKCURITIEB IS GIVEN. COPY OF LIST CHEERFULLY FURNISHED OR MAILED AT ANY TIME. " BANK OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS, 6 TO 8. Deposits Made Prior to October 11 Draw Interest From Octobsr 1. A BANK'S STRENGTH IB THE QUALITY OF ITS ASSETS. Thursday, October 8, 1903. At a meeting of the committee to examine the savings bonk department •f the Spoknne & Eastern Trust Company on the above date, the books and ejecurltlcs were examined and found as follows: DEPOSITS. $812,724.33 •.«> eoig,'a*...* ' SECURITIES—BONDS. United States bonds $ 600.00 SO Russian bonds 9.000.00 tO Swedish bonds 10,000.00 10 Chicago, Rock Island bonds 10,000.00 1 Washington "Water Power Company bond 1,000.00 1 Union City. Oregon, bond 1,000.00 1 Cloud County, Kansas, bond 1,000.00 19 Lemhi County, Idaho, bonds 15,500.00 6 Adams County. Washington, bonds 5,000.00 80 Lincoln County. Washington, bonds 2...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 9 October 1903

ft TKe Spokane Press. w%bllsked Every Evening Except Sundsy by The Press Publishing Company. SCHXFFB-McBAS PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or ft Bar year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor •* tardy delivery to the office, MB Front Aye. ■JaUphon. Main 378. BJtatoaoe Bos 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 63 Tribune building. New Tork City. Chicago office: 10( Hartford building. W. H. Porterfletd. manager of foreign advertising. BPOKANK—HerbeM Kelcev and Kflle Shannon in "Sherlock Holmes." AI'DITOKU M "At the Old Cross Roads." Sans Teeth, Sans Hair. Professor Wiley, the borscic acid expert, tlnkerer with the Internal human apparatus and boss chemist of the agricultural department at Wash ington, has handed down the information that the human being of the future Will be hairless and toothless. . From earliest infancy to oldest age no hair nor tooth will tor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 9 October 1903

ST. ANDREW BROTHERS TALK ADOUT THE DOY DENVEK, Col., Oct. 9.—This was another day of interesting papers and talks for the members of the Brother hood of St. Andrew in annual na tional convention here. The proceed ings began with the customary cor porate communion held in St. Mark's church. The forenoon was devoted te routine business. After luncheon tho delegates reassembled and held an Interesting series of Informal dis Didn't Know Tom. CLICVKLAND, 0., Oct. •.—Judge Kenned/, in common picas court, turn ed down an application for citizenship this morning. The man, H. Hurbid eitch, has been in this country for five years. The judge says he knows nothing about the gov en uncut of this country. "Who i» the president of the United States •" asked the court. "AlcKinley," was the reply. ''Who is Teddy Roosevelt?'' cutne next. "I don't know." "Who is at the head of the govern ment of Ohio?" followed. "1 don't know." "Who is the mayor of Cleveland."' was the next poser. "I can't tell." "Tha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 9 October 1903

« What's Doing' in the World of Sport. ROYALTY RUNS A PROUD RACE AND WINS 1 THE DERRY Tho greatest race ever seen on the Interstate racetrack was run yesterday and with the running the Spokane der by of Mtt became history. The day Brought out the greatest crowd of race followers of the meet thus far, and | when the winning horse in the event which all have been on the gui rive for. came in after romping around the track in the prettiest piece oi jockeying and racing ever seen here, the enthu siasm of the spectators nearly liftd the roof from the grand stand. Royalty, the speedy 8-year-old of the Harry Green stable, certainly proved his right to the name, for if ever an animal ran a royal race it was the one which took down the $1000 pot foi Green. And the animal was proud of it, too. and on being brought before the judges' stand he gave the crowd a choice prancing exhibition while Lloyd wood of the California Jockey club took his picture. lint the prettiest and most graceful picture...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 9 October 1903

AWARDING PRIZES ON FRUITS ANO GRASSES The judges yesterday viewed the dif ferent general exhibits of fruit, vege tables and grasses, and awarded the prizes. These exhibits were divided into two classes, from the river district and from the upland district. The former embraces all the territory of the Columbia, Snake, Yakima, Clear watery Wenatchee, Chelnn and Okano gan river valleys and branches, while the rest of the state is called upland. The first prize in the river district went tn Yakima, with Simmons' and Franco's -exhibits, both from Wenat chee. getting" second and third. Spo INSPECTOR SAYS ITS A GREAT FRUIT YEAR State Fruit Inspector Yon Holder beke, who is in Spokane in connection with the Ini erst ale fair, says that Washington's fruit crop this year is worth fully $6,000,000. *Th« past season has been a remark able .one," said the inspector, "both in the quality of the product and th« prices it is bringing. The crop was not so large ns in some recent years. CHICAGO FIRE ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 9 October 1903

8 CZAR'S NEPHEW WANTS TO BE HIS SUCCESSOR RFRUN, Oct. n.-lterliners from St. Petersburg state that a commotion has been caused in court circles by the ftp pearanre of a new claimant to the Hns sum throne. The new pretender will not rival the present czar, but will demand recognition as the czar's right ful successor. In 189.1 the czar's second brother, the Grand Duke George, aged 22. secretly married Princess Nakachidze, the beau tiful daughter of a Caucasian noble man. The ceremony was duly per formed in the presence of witnesses.' according to the rites of the orthodox, Greek church, in accordance with all the legal requirenimts necessary in Russia. • j It is now asserted that George's son, 1 Prince Cyril, now 9. is the rightful heir of the Russian throne, having a claim prior to that of the czar's younger brother, Michael. Cyril's supporters Prizes At the Fair. North Yakima carried off the $1)0 purse for the best general exhibit of green fruits from the river districts at the fai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 10 October 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. nunon uaxm its. NO. ?UO. APPALLING DAMAGE IN FLOODED CITIES Patterson, Passaic Philadel phia Scranton and New York Under Water PATTERSON, N. J.. Oct. 10.—The «lty Is still in the throes of the flood. The water Is steadily rising. It prom ises to pass the high water mark of 1902, when the damage was appalling. Hundreds of families have been driven from their homes. The water In some places is above the flist story. The muyor has hired Apollo ball, which is being used as a refuse- Many of those taken there this morn ing had not tasted food for nearly a day. All the silk mills arc shut down. Rogers' locomotive works ur„' also flood,-.1 and Idle. Nearly all' the rail ways are tied up and the city will he without light tonight. Tha loss is already large. PAMAIC, Oct. 10.—The Weasel 13 overflow-ii and washed away a long stretch of the Kile railroad, and Dut tonville is also submerged, It Is b. 1 - HAMILTON HAS NOT COMBINED State Senator Ed Ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 10 October 1903

9 PASSENGER AGENTS ARE GUESTS OF THE CITY Bpokane has the honor today of en tertaining the members of the Pacific Coast Association of Traffic agents and they are being royally entertained by local meml>ers of the sssociation. The program has gone through with scarcely a hitch due to the efforts of ths local reception committee, consist ing of H. C. Munson, chairman; H A. Jackson, F. W. Boldrick, H. G Hawkins, W. Miller, George Mosser, C. H. Hunter, G. A. Mussgang, H. 8, Collins, John Maher and John Mercer Owing to a delay of the O. R. A N train the trolley ride of tn"e morning did not carry the entire delegation and only those from Seattle could take the trip. The street car trip is a courtesy from the Washington Power company. At 1:30 the visitors and their hosts assembled at the corner of Riverside avenue and Howard street and took street cars to the fair grounds, where during the afternoon they were the guests of the fair management. This evening the ladies of the party will ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 10 October 1903

ADDED 1 MILLS TO COUNTY TAX Though the nssessea valuation of Spokane county property is appreci ably greater this year than last, the tax rate was fixed yesterday by the com ml sa loners at a rate 2 mills on the dollarHilgher than laßt year's rale, when it was 16 mills. Some of the extra amount of money is to go to officials who get raises of salary by reason of the advance of Spokane county to the second class and the constitutional advance given to the officials of the new grade. Another portion of tjie larger leyy goes to bridge purposes, notably meeting the city's offer to build the Hangman creek crossing, while It was decided to pay off a larger portion of county Indebtedness and quit paying Interest on It. When the commissioners got down to business on the figures yesterday afternoon they agreed not to let tho rate go higher than 17 mills. As they discussed the different funds in pro gression they hit upon these rates: Current expense fund. 6.1; Interest, .7; bridge, 1.6; Inde...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 10 October 1903

4 TKe SpoKane Press. BrßMlshed sTvery Waning Baeept Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. ' m StmaW-BtDBAB PB3JBB SMVXCB. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twentr-Ove cents per month or II BJor yaar, delivered by carrier. No free ooplea. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor Br tardy delivery to the office. ■M Front At*, Breaepbone Main STB. nrSStußut Bon «. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 63 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: 1M Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld. manager of foreign advertising. TOVXQHT'S AWCSBIEXBTS. BPOKANE-Herbert Kelcey and KTie Shannon in "Sherlock Holmes." AI'DITOKH'M—"At the Old Cross Roads." The Red Badge of Courage. The ladles of a church at Kokomo, Ind., have Invented a new way to false money for the church. They peel tomatoes. "We have tried entertainments, socials, markets, rummage sales and worked them threadbare," said one of the ladles. "We have contributed and worried and fretted and stew...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 10 October 1903

7»ll the "quality" were out this week j St the fair. Anyone the least bit in-1 terested in »i>ort hss been out to the i races once or twice at least.' The boxes have been well filled with repre sentative society people. How pretty Mrs. Sherwood nnd Mrs. Bunyan look ed—one in blue and other in grey something picturesque about those sis ters. Mrs. Browji was there with her sister, Mrs. Luhtt, They always look SO trim. Mr. P.'Clark with his family: occupied a box. The Bransons, .lack 1 Williams, Mrs. Nettloton and Harry Gliddens, the Tom .leffersons. Miss (ler tn'de Sweeny, Mabel Welch, Mrs. Odell, ; with Miss Jjivella and Mr: Wil son, Mr. Yancey's family, were all in boxes. Mrs. furry Baer look stiinnuig On several ocasions. Mrs. H. Green occupied a box nlso in her equestrienne habit. A great many good looking strange women were in boxes during the week—had an interest in some of the horses, no doubt. I was just a bit disappointed in tha private carriage* in the procession on Wedne...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 10 October 1903

What's Doing' in the World of Sport. TALENT LOADS UP WITH RED GOLD OF THE ROOKIES Another great crowd of people saw the races at the Interstate fair grounds yesterday, nnd although there was noth ing on the card quite so exciting as the derby race, some hot ones gave to the program the sportiest kind of a taint. Ami talk about the killing the talent made, visions of loveliness, great med icine and all that. The bookmakers certainly got theirs in the original pack age done up in a neat ribbon of the Serby colors. They pulled tlown a lot of money on most of the races by the talent going ngain>-t some good sporting bets at about 3. 5 or 6 to 1, as no odds worth playing could he had on the sure things and the good things on ths card. It was in the fifth race that they caused the bookie* to make faces at the dope book and call it things that even a form book never dated think of. Kllia Glenn was the hot favorite at 7 to 10. He was a pipe, the only choice bit of candy left, and all of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 10 October 1903

HE FOOLS THEM ALL WITH HIS EXHIBITS There is a sign card in the Riverside Nurserieß fruit and vegetable exhibit that attracts more than passing atten tion. Jt reads: "This is the hige.it apple. What is? We challenge Wen atchee, Yakima and the world to pro duce Sgn apple aa large as this." Tha sign is immediately above what in ap pearance looks like a mammoth red apple—it is in reality a small sized pumpkin artistically colored. , Proprietor Jones, though, didn't stop St this. In an innocent looking box, partially laid away under the bench, and fi",ed with straw, one finds a doz en good looking gooSe eggs. Tlie sign States: "Don't disturb the goose eggs." Tha egg* are nest egg gourds. SAYS LARDO FURORE IS RACKED RY GOLD Joe Carter, district passenger agent for the Canadian Pacific railway, with headquarters at Nelson, R. C, and one of the most popular western officials of Canada's big transcontinental sys tem, came down from the north ls*t night to take in the fair. Speaking of matte...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 10 October 1903

a ROAD BUILDERS HOLD LAST SESSION TODAY At the noon hour today the second annual convention of the Washington State Good Roads association, after being in session here for the past three days, was brought to a close. The next convention will be held at the city of Whatcom about a year hence. The attendance this morning at the Methodist church was a good one. After the convention was called to order by President Hill. W. E. Meikle, secretary of the Seattle chamber of commerce, made the address of the session and one of the best heard during the entire convention. He said in part: "As a nation the Americans are the most Improvident people on earth. Nowhere is their improvidence more striking than in the matter of wagon transportation. You have heard that the average cost of wagon transporta tion in the United States is from 25 to 30 cents per ton per mile, while in the European countries it Is from to 10 cents per ton per mile. In other words, it costs us three times as much to transp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 12 October 1903

I Friends of Hurry Green nnd his Club Safe nre ascribing the club raid of Friday night to the work of rival gam blers in this city. H Is said that ths Green faction charges lhat they were unjustly accused «f circulating a story published in tho Frees two weeks ago that gambling games were being run in this city, and that the othsr fellows evened up mat ters by having the police swoop down en Green. In police circles it is said that a "squealer" who claimed to have lost |100 in Green's gave the tip that re sulted in the raid. Pome of the de partment express the belief that the "squealer* 1 never had >10 to lose, and that he is seeking revenge or has form ed a Hcheme to hold up part of the gain bling crowd. Feeling over the matter has been St fever heat since the arrest, and, ac- ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. nunon kact tn. * NO. 591 POINDEXTER TO BE COMBINE'S CHOICE local Attorney Is Picked for Republican Gubernatorial Gandidate ••Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Mi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 12 October 1903

J PARIS WILL RECEIVE THE ITALIAN MONARCH f-ARIS. Oct. 12—Elaborate ar rangements are being rapidly carried Out for the welcome here of King Victor Emmanuel and Queen Helena. They are on a scale of truly royal Splendor. The fetes will follow the alyle of those held at the time of the recent visit to Parts of King Ed ward. and will Include a number of events affording opportunities for brilliant spectacular effects. King Victor Emmanuel and bis Cpnsort arrive at noon Wednesday. President Loubet. the members of the ministry, and ths staff of the Italian embassy will proceed to the Bols de Boulogne station to meet them The station will be hung with rich velvet and Gobelin tapestries. The meeting between the president and the king will take place under a (liken canopy. Wednesday evening a banouet will pc given at the Elysee. The next day King Victor Emmanuel and President Loubet will visit Ver- f allies, where after luncheon has sen served they will Inspect the pal ace and the park. A ga...

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