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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 12 October 1903

LITTLE GIRLS GIVEN . POISONOUS BISCUITS P poisoning case has come to light (4 Brooklyn which rivals the fumous or* of Bessie Thayer, 20 years ago. A biscuit was given to two children nnd K4lir nurse while they were on the u-reot Jnst Wednesday, and for Ih-e days physicians have been In attendance upon them, fight ing fjT Iwroadp of a poison which has all l£<> Indications and peculiarities of fcrfsnio. When David Solomon of No. (16 Wllloughhy street returned home last Wednesday afternoon he found his jtwo Children, Anna, 14 months old, (and Tia, 3 years old, In great suf fering. All that Mrs. Solomon could do for them proved futile. Mr. Solo mon rushed for n doctor and secured the Immediate services of Dr. Finley Of Gold street. While the physician was working Over the two children the nurse enme In, nnd she, too, became suddenly 111. Dr. Finley said at once that It Was surely a case of arsenical poison* lug. The children were unable to tell anything about their notions Immedi ...

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. — 12 October 1903

■ THe SpoKane Press. ■*abllsbed Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. One cent per copy, el* cents per week, twenty-flve cents per month or ft Bar rear, delivered by carrier. No fr«« copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poof ■r tardy delivery to the office. sis mat At*. •stephon* Main BTS. gasScmni Boa 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: E3 Tribune building. New Tork City. Chicago office: IOC Hartford building. W. H. Porterfield. msnager of foreign advertising. BPOKANE- Henry Miller and Margaret Anglin in "Taming of Helen." AUDITORIUM—Haveriy s Mastodon Minstrels. The Trouble With England. England's cabinet crisis is due to far more than mere clash of party principles. An American president's famous utterance, "It is a condition that con fronts us. not a theory," which once applied to this country, now applies to England. And the tariff, which was the cause of our troubles In 1888, Is the cause Of England's trouble now...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 12 October 1903

SILVER AND GOLD IN THE BOUNDARY ORES The varied mineral resources of the •Boundless Boundary" as shown by the numerous samples exhibited at the Interstate fair have created a most favorable Impression among mining men who have been Interested to the mineral department. Speaking about the Boundary ex hibit O. W. Oaunee, secretary of the Greenwood board of trade, who col lected and has charge of the exhibit here, so Id thia morning: "The Impression has long prevail ed that the Boundary camps were, generally speaking, low fcrade copper gold producers, While this Is true In a large, measure we have mines that are ekreptionally rich In both silver nnd gold. Our samples were gath ered purposely to show how varied are our ores. Take for instance the 250-pmiml sample from ths HUkhorn mine in Providence camp. It shows pure native silver. The Defiance has gold running 11H ounces In gold. Some of the ore goes over 11000 per ton. Our exhibit of copper specimens range In value from t and 3 par c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 12 October 1903

What's Doing' in the World of Sport. MANAGER OF MEMSIC i HERE Sam Goodwin lias been in the city Baring the racing meet. He i* the «i>t«hile manager of George Memsic, Ahe lightweight boxer of Portland. Hi« protege i* ww in ( hicago and Sam Is keeping Ins eye on him. it is stated Bat Memeic left the west agaiiul the nrishes of Uoodman ami at the earnest ■olicitiitioiis of Sig Hart, who took a {fancy to the little tellow on his trip twest with Jack O'Kccfe. It was the 'abhrev ated manager that firit brought Memsic out here and now since Mem eic hns been doing such good work he is desirous of again getting him into Chicago. Goodman has a contract with Mem-ie which is said to hold for three years. Morgan Williams, the middle-weight of Denver, has decided to go east in search of matches. Williams fought a 20-round draw with dark Bonner, got i decision from "Young Peter (Jackson ' On a foul and also knocked out Jimmy Handler. Tern- MoGovern's hand is in had c on dition and he will have ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 12 October 1903

SUPREME COURT TAKES UP PORTO RICO CASES WASHINGTON, D. C, Oct. 12.- -'After the usual summer recess the su preme court today met for the regular fall term. In accordance with custom no business was transacted on the open ing day. The members of the court paid a visit to the president and after ward hold a brief session to hear appli cants for admission to the bar. The present session promises to be interesting because of important cuses to be argued. The moat particular case UNION VETERANS MEET FOR ANNUAL REUNION DAYTON, 0., Oct. 12.-The various taili-cud stations were alive lliis morn ing with the hundreds of veterans flock ing into the city from all parts of the country to attend the annual national encampment of the Union Veteran Le gion. This is, however, but the pre liminary skirmish, and the onslaught will begin in earnest tomorrow. The preliminary arrangements for the con CONVICTED FOR KILLING A MAN WHO IS LIVING KNOXVILLE, Tcnn., Oct. 12.-Ular ence Peak will serve a term of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 12 October 1903

Will Change Halls. 'At the meeting of the Federal union fat Washington hall Saturday night the Bosition came up for a transfer of • headquarters from the present ion to Central Labor hall. The toroposition met with considerable dis camion but it was finally decided fa vorably, and next Saturday will see the second largest union in the state tneeting where most all other unions of Ihe city hold forth. The action of Mayor T,. Frank Royd In refusing to sign a contract award to Contractor Broad on account of his ac tion in fighting the wage scale that is feeing demanded by the Federal union for all city work on the street improve ments was highly commended. There is still disc ussion of the hinted reorganization of the Trades Council- Local Markets. Vrleea Paid to Producer*. Vegetables—Potaoes, 60® 65c a tjerk. dry onions, per lb., lc Eggs and poultry—Ranch eggs, fresh, per case, $8; ranch but ter, per lb., 15© 18c; scalded hens and large yellow chickens, per lb., 13c; ■live, per lb., 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 13 October 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. txunon mil tm. NO. 292. MURDERING RARIES REGULAR VOCATION Peasant Women Have Killed More Than a Thousand legitimate Children , BERLIN, Oct. 13.—One of the most shocking stories that has ever been published here appears today in the Xorgen Post. It is sn account sent from Murekina, Russia, telling of Rus sian peasant women at that place. The women have been arrested, ar ■ cording to the correspondent of the MURDERER LYNCH WAS ONCE A SPOKANE MAN Spokane jports and frequenters of the lower part of town at night have read with interest of the escape of "Al Lynch," convicted murderer from the I'tah penitentiary, for the simple rea son that Lynch resided in Spokane for several years snd was employed as a rubber in a Turkish bath parlor on Howard street near Front avenue. "Lynch" went from here to Salt take, and the next heard of him was when he was arrested in connection with the murder that accompanied tne "holdup" of the famous Sheep Ranch ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 13 October 1903

s INTERSTATE FAIR IS DRAWING TO A CLOSE This afternoon Spokane's tenth an nual fruit fair comes to a close, the Cattle and horse stalls will be emptied of their thoroughbreds, the fruits and •minerals in the exposition building trill be taken away and the tents on the Midway folded. "In looking back over the past nine days during which the fair was held ths management can truthfully say that the exposition was In every way a creditable one," said President Howell W. Peel this morning. "I'n pleasant weather at the opening and the collapse of Jabour's shows were two things we can not be held re feponsihle for—and both undoubtedly hurt the attendance. The lack of some form of entertainment down town during the evening—such aa had l>oen planned when we engaged labour —was a loss to us, because there was little to keep the crowds amused. As a whole the attendance CRUSADE HOSTS MOVE IN STYLE CHICAGO, HI., Oct. 13.-Zion City is In a fever of excitement today, for to morrow is the time a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 13 October 1903

SCRAMBLING TO REACH COUNTY'S PIE COUNTER Within the ranks of the republican party the candidates suggested for the different county_ofnces arc becnm- I Ing as thiyk as honey bees In 11 clover patch nt iMdsummcr. Among the ob pirants are some of those who have not been missed from the Spokanef fiounty pie counter in a decade; nnd 'here are others who would not have lieen missed If they could have avoid ed other engagements. There nre also ; those who have not discovered polltl- j cal hunger until recently. First In tie- list of offices to he Oiled are the two superior Judgeships •—the one occupied by Judge Kcnunn and the joint judgeship of Spokane and Stevens county now held by •f|ldge Richardson. For these Offices among the men already mentioned are Judge Kennan, to succeed himself; Attorney William a. Huneke, Attot» I ney James Dawson nnd Police Justice J. D. Hinkle. Judge Hinkle Is old In the polities of the county and is popular with the rnnk and file of the republicans, Attorney...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 13 October 1903

4 The SpoKane Press. k**blUrh*d Every Bvsnlng Except Sundey by Ths Press Publishing Company. ■OmXPPfJ-MeMAB PBXBfI BBBTTCB. WOne cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or f I year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting sll cases Of poor gar tardy delivery to the office. tag Front Aye. grefapkeme Main 371; arasskiMsi box «. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 63 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: 1(1 Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld. manager of foreign advertising. PPOK.WK Hrnrv Miller and Margaret Anglin in "CapiSlle." AUDITORIUM—HaverIy'i Mastodon Minstrels. Advertising for Mayors. Someone has made tha startling proposition that Kansas City In its new City charter to be voted on next spring provide for advertising for a mayor Bnd selecting the best man who offers himself. The proposition sends cold chills down the backs of the politicians, but, after all, it will bear consideration. The...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 13 October 1903

INDIAN TERRITORY IS REEKING WITH GRAFT MUSKOGEE, L T., Oct. 18.—-The Inspectors sent here by tho depart ment of Justice will report plenty of grafting In the Indian Territory. Three inspectora were sent out. and after nearly a month's work they were not through. Inspector Taylor returned to Washington a few days ago, presumably to make a verbal re poet to the attorney general, but In spectors Chalmers nnd Oschenrelter are still on the ground. The department of Justice Investi gation has nothing to do with any thing but federal officials, it docs not touch the work of the Dawes com mission, or of the Indian inspector, or the Indian agent. It does not go Into the subject of leases. oT ex cessive holdings, which figure trt the charges brought by Mr. Brosius of the Indian Rights association. .Nor has It Inquired Into trust companies, or the sale of Indian lands. All these matters are uninvestigated. except for the activities of the representa tive of the Indian Rights' association. The ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 13 October 1903

6 What's Doing' in the World of Sport. WON'T FACE STARTER AGAIN Heno hss hopelesly gone amiss. Sm 'i is Ihe news which cornea from Morris Park. Henb is undoubtedly one oi the best liked turf stars seen on the metro politan turf in years. After his race in the Century of n mile and a half. Bullman, who rode him. noticed a limp in the colt's troublesome fore leg. Since then Heno has been handled gin gerly by Trainer Hilly Lakeland. Heno has been seen only occasionally and then taking light gallops. The real seriousness of his ailment became apparent when Trainer Barney Doyle began to plate him. "Heno is in a bad way and I don't see how he will ever race again," re marked Doyle. Kver since the day he beat Yankee in the Matron, the black son of Henry Young has held a soft place in the affections of New York race goers. He is the best natural rater running today and when at his best Waterboy cannot afford to take liberties with him at a mile and a half. He did not go to the post in perfe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 13 October 1903

CONCERTED EFFORT TO SQUELCH THE SCALPERS NEW ORLEANS, La., Oct. 13.-Rep reeentativea of every important railroad system of America, members of the American Association of General Pas senger and Ticket Agents, assembled iulpnnual convention today at the St. Charles hotel to consider a Blither of matters that concern that branch of railroad work with which the members are connected. The scalper and ways of preventing him from plying his voce tion forms one of the chief topics to INDIANAPOLIS HOLDS HOT ELECTION TODAY INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Oct. 13.-The election in this city today ends prob ably one of the hardest fought munici pal campaigns ever witnessed in In dianapolis. The election is for a may or, police judge and minor guy offi cials. For the mayoralty the republi cans have re-nominated Mayor Book wsller. while the democrats have named John of, llolt/.man, formerly prosecut ing attorney. The situation is rather complicated by the candidacy of George BANKERS TRAVELING TOWARD GOLDEN G...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 13 October 1903

s PLAN COMPLETE FOR THE BRIDGE A delegation from the district weft C-f Hangman creek called nn the board of public works this morning to pro tect against the delay in beginning work on the new high bridge over the creek. , The council at Its last meeting passed an ordinance appropriating the money for the bridge, but directed the board of public works to have new plans prepared of a combination •teel and wooden bridge to cost ? •'■ 0. - •00, half the cost to be borne by the county and half by the city. City Engineer Gill has practically finished the plans and they will be sent over to the county commissioners for their Approval. This morning the board said there was no reason why the advertise ments for the bids should not quickly S- i «*'*w. By next July the bridge Mould be completed. Two new probleme nre now con fronting the board. The first le aa to Whether or not the plans should provide for a single or double street car track over the bridge or for nf street car tracks at all. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 14 October 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. NO. 298. DOWIE TRAVELS IN MAGNIFICENT STATE Glory of Ancient Monarchs Pales Before That of Elijah Second ZION CITY, Oct. 14.—Although the advance trains of the host of restor ers who, under Dowie, Intend Invading New York, departed yesterday, carry ing the baggage and advance agents, the real exodus began today. This morning witnessed one of the most remarkable scenes since the Mormon advance on Utah. Thirty one hundred people, under the com mand of Dowie, bourded the trains. Seven thousand gathered early In the day when they listened to an ex hortation from Dowie, who spoke In his characteristic prophet attire. The host sang and prayed and wept as the eloquence of their louder moved them. Skeptics declared It was a marvel ous exhibition, suggestive of hypno tism. Dowie Is short of stature and fat of figure. He is dignified by his long flowing white beard and halt, and is clad In robes of tlio richest texture. He Is a striking figure. W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 14 October 1903

s MANAGES ADVERTISING FOR HATTERS' UNION William C. Hennelly, national adver tising agent and representative of the United Hatters of North America, ar rived in the city last night on his semi innual tour in the interests of the union. His headquarters are In New tYork. The hatters have 15 of those representatives on the road all the lime ami expend monthly about $0000 In advertising their union. The advertising of non-union places Is unfair has just culminated in a great suit against the Danbury (Conn.) union and the officers of the American Federation of Labor, including Presi dent Clampers, for £140,000. The suit Was brought under the anti-trust act Of congress, which is entitled "An net to protect commerce against unlawful restraints." SQUIRTED THE SYPHON AND GOT LEG BROKEN Because "Stub" Johnson turned the contents of a syphon bottle loose on an unwelcome guests at the Station sa loon, Front avenue and Division street, last night, the aforesaid Johnson is now in the Deaconess h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 14 October 1903

GUARDED AGAINST THE WRATH OF THE MAFIA NEW YORK, Oct. 14.—Antonio Brancato, whose Information to the government authorities brought about ac capture of the gang of counter rters now on trlsl ■in the federal court. Brooklyn, Is being guarded by secret service men constantly, it be ing feared that the Mafia will seek his life. JJrnncato entered the court this morning through a rear entrance end In oompany with three secret service men. Care Is taken when he leaves court that he Is not shadowed by his former frlendß. Brnncato was formerly a counter Local Briefs. An up-to-date Illustrated news and feature sorvlce for afternoon papers. Write Newspaper Enterprise Assn., Cleveland, O. 292-2. C. L. Smith of the Pullman Agrirul tural college staff is at the Hotel Rid path. A nice place doing a nice business is what you And at 0601 Monroe street. Red Cross Pharmacy. George Ticrney, a contractor of Ncl •on, 11. C, is down from the north. M. 11. Whltehouse, pianos and sew ing machines, located ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 14 October 1903

4 The SpoKane Press. (Vblliti«4 Every Bveulne Except Sunday by The Praaa PMMlshlni Company. One cent par copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or $1 Bar year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all oaeea of poor BP tardy delivery to the office. SM rroat Avow SMopaone Main 3TB» awasooaaeo Boa «. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: II Tribune building. New Tork City. Chicago office: ttf Hartford building. W. H. Porterfield. manager of foreign advertising. In the Good Days of October. If ever you lived on a farm you were glad when the days of October came. Take a look st the frost tinted leaves of the first maple tree and think Of the days of boyhood. They were golden days. Memory Is so kind that she colors even sorrow and brings a smile, and makes you realize that the great happiness In the life of a human being almost always comes during youth. , — Things haven't changed down on the farm. There Is the spot wher...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 14 October 1903

KNOCK-OUT DROPS FOR GIRLS HIS SPECIALTY jhrW fORK. Oct. 14.—Walter Wil son, the thief who administered "knock est*" drops to women in the tenderloin and then robbed them of their jewelry, was today sentenced to Sing Sing prison | for 33 years by Recorder Golf. Wilson took his sentence coolly. "It might have been longer," was I his comment to his attorney, Emanuel [ Friend. „ Although Wilson pleaded guilty to : fixe indictments, the aggregate penal ties of which amounted to more than 140 years, Recorder (ioff only sentenced him on two indictments, one for carry ing "knockout" drops and the other for highway robbery as c second of fens*. Lawyer Friend in pleading for clem ency for his client said: "His first conviction, years ago, was because he refused to compromise a woman, ne pleaded guilty to a crime which he did not commit. When he Automatic GallaWs. CHEYENNE, \Vyo., Oft. 14.—Sher ltt Smnlley has let the contract for the Scaffold upon which Tim Horn, the notorious cattle rustler,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 14 October 1903

• What's Doing' in the World of Sport. MANLY ART GETTING BUSY Bob Fit/simmona is aoing to have another fight in Philadelphia. He is to meet .Toe (iriinm before the Southern A. C. of that city in a six-round con test tonight. Grimm is n short, stocky Italian weighing about ISO pounds. He lias met all of the big fellows in the Quaker city, and while not a lighter is the toughest sort of a proposition to hit. His style is very peculiar. He will fall down without being hit, then jump up and tight like a demon for a few moments. He will alternate these tac tics by jumping up and down and run ning around the ring like a crazy man. His battles have all been in the na- ture of burlesques,, His meeting with Fitzsimmons cannot he looked upon as anything but a joke. Benny Yanger. the Chicago fighter, and his manager, John Hertz, have returned to Chicago from Fran cisco. Both men claimed that the de rision rendered by Referee Smith in the Hanlon bout was unjust. "No matter whom Britt or Hanlon ...

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