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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 14 October 1903

WILL TRY TO OBTAIN LICENSE FOR LOCATORS "I shall certainly use my best en deavor as a member of the opposition to obtain for the bona fide locators and etakers of coal lands in east Koot cnay the issuance of their licenses, to u wlrjch, in my opinion, they arc justly entitled." The speaker was J, H. Brown, recently elected memW for tha Greenwood constituency in the British Columbia legislature. Continuing he said: ''On the other hand, I am unal terably opposed to the giving away of immense tracts of coal lands to certain interested parties, who bfcre obtained the names of hundreds of different peo ple, on the pica that he, the locator,' could secure for them, *n bloc, each a license covering 640 acres of land. The act reads that a group of ten claims can he located and the owners of the respective licenses work in co-partner ship. It was never intended'that one man or a syndicate of men, could go into any section of the province and locate mile after mile, purely to secure VETERANS ...

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. — 14 October 1903

8 CIVIC FEDERATION TO TAKE UP LABOR TOPICS CHICAGO. Oct. 14. — Tomorrow Siorning at 10 o'clock the conference Called by the National Civic federa tion to discuss the question of the re lations between capital and labor in all its various phases will be called to order In Btelnway hall by Senator Hanna of Ohio. It is expected that aeveral hundred delegates will be in attendance from all parts of the coun try. Beyond the formalities attendant On the opening of the conference, no attempt at a program has been made. President Hanna will call the gather ing to order and welcoming addresses Will be delivered by Mayor Harrison and others. Secretary Ralph M. Eas ley will present a report showing the work of the federation during the r~ IT IS REPORTED THAT ROCKEFELLER'S AMBITION IS TO BECOME SOLE OWNER OF THE STEEL TRUST. CHARGES ARE MADE THAT HE IS AGAIN SQUEEZING OUT SMALL OIL MEN WITH THE AID OF WESTERN RAILROADS. EMBALMING FLUID IS PUT IN BIG PUMPKIN The big 185-pound pumpkin exhibit it ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 15 October 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. nunon bcazs m. NO. 294. FEARFULLY BEATEN BY VICIOUS THUGS Ex-County Commissioner W. R. Parks Robbed and Assaulted. Ex-Counlv Commissioner W. R. Parks was terribly beaten in the rail road yards at Marshall Junction last night by five thugs who had previously robbed his store. With the help of railroad employes, three of the thugs were captured and brought to the coun ty jail. In the darkness two escaped. Mr. Parks was handled very roughly by the thugs, receiving a rupture of a blood vessel in the nose and having his scalp laid open b<- a rock wielded by one of the men. Parks bled freely thiß morning and on his arrival in the city was taken to a physician to be at tended. Shortly after, while In the sheriff's office, he was taken with an other hemorrhage of the nose. The story told by Mr. Parks is one of a brave fight against big odds. Several men came into his store during his absence and while Mrs. Parks was wait ing on them they too...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 15 October 1903

I FORESTERS WOULD PAY SUICIDES' INSURANCE The principal matter of importance taken up by the high court of Wash ington of the Independent Order of Foresters at Its session at Seattle was the question of paying Insurance on suicides. At the last session of ths supreme court of the order a resolution was Introduced which, had it boon adopted, would have repealed tha constitutional provision that for bids the paying of life insurance on ■ulcldes, says the Post-Intelligencer. The resolution, however, did not carry. The high courts of several states have expressed themselves In favor Of the repeal of this provision of the constitution, and that of Washington has declared Itself in line. At the meeting the delegates to the next su preme court were Instructed to use their very best efforts to have the constitution so amended that the fact that a member of the order commits suicide will be no bar to the payment of his policy. After electing the fol DENTISTS IN SEATTLE FOLLOW LOCAL FIGHT A d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 15 October 1903

ORPHAN'S INHERITANCE VANISHING IN COSTS If Howard Bedwell, a 14 year-old boy, I Whose home is in the vicinity of Medi-j leal Lake, has any more guardians or | if the court issues much more legal pro-: cess, there will be little 'eft the young-1 iter from his share of the 83000 insur- 1 ance in the Modern Woodmen of Amer-j icn left by the lad's father, Martin V. Bedwell. Recent proceedings in pro bata show how a small estate can lie dissipated. Originally Howard's share of the es tate was $285.71. His mother wag guardian, and has since married, re linquishing her guardianship and mak- 1 pig an accounting, obtaining from time jto time various sums for the support of the children, the same being charged against their individual estates. On the 12th the superior court appoint ed Otto BuSCb of Medical Lake, with: whom Howard had made his home for 1 aome time, guardian. Husch was then 1 ■barged with 1108.30, Howard's share! BLOODGOOD REPEATS LORENZ' OPERATION SKATrLK. Oct. 15.—Oenernl Hos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 15 October 1903

4 TKe SpoKane Press. Sahilshsd Every Evening Except Sunday by Th* Press Publishing Company. ■OBOFit-ifoui run sxavxca. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty five cents per month or fl gar year, delivered by carrier. No fre* copies Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor ■p tardy delivery to the office. CM Float An, ■gajtaas leata sro. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern ofllc*: il Trlbuns building. New York City. Chicago office: lOt Hartford building. W. H. Porterfield. manager of foreign advertising. AI'DITORU M—Miss Alice Johnson and George W. Barnum In "A Friend of the Family." A Billion of Gold. While the politicians have discussed the money question the miner has worked out a practical solution. We have more than a billion dollars of gold money! The treasurer of the United States says the government has $653,000,000 ■t.gold in its vaults. The banks have $322,000,000. And besides this gold In sight there Is a large but indeterminate quantity •f t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 15 October 1903

BIG OPERATIONS AT CRANBORN MINES Wlfhtn two weeks botn the Oyster- Criterion and the Kva stamp mills at C.unburn, B. C, will be completed and crushing ore. These two, with the Northwestern milt, will make three stump mills operating in the l*rdnau district. B. Crllley, assist ant manager of the Ureal Northern Wlnen. limited, the company owning V'e Oyster-Criterion group of seven claims and the 10-stamp mill, is In the enty, and returns to the north to morrow. Speaking of the development on the Oyster-Criterion group he said: ' Dur ing the past 18 months the company has steadily developed, the Ronsiand and Criterion claims, opening up a Bploneid nix to seven foot free milling quarta vein. Some 30*0 feet of tun nels and drifts have been run, and a new tunnel has been started to tap the vein at a further depth of 350 •' feet. The ore on the dump will run $30 per ton in gold. "The mill which Is now nesting Completion is of 10-stamp capacity nnd in so designed that additional batteries c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 15 October 1903

6 What's Doing' in the World of Sport FOOTBALL AT PULLMAN W. A. G. At Pullman yesterday the Washing ton Agricultural college team met tin Paget sound university of Tacoma and neither side scored. It was a bene game nil through, the ball being advanced a few yards by oik team, when they would lose it en downs. Then the other team woul.l do the same. Lineup. W. A. C—Early, center; Wester, right guard; Morgan, left guard; Berry, left tackle; Hardy, riglith tackle: Red horn, right end: Qotdeworthy, left end: Lobough. quarter; Longstreet, full; >Yeet, riglith half; Gill, left half. P. S. U.—Nelson, center; Marker, right guard; Metcalf, left guard; Rodcr, left tackle; Olson, right tackle; Cook, right end; Craig, left end; Beach, quar ter; Rodcr, full; Williams, right half; Nace, left half. Other Games Testerday. At Cambridge—Harvard 17, Weeleyan c. At Philadelphia—Pennsy 72, Gettys burg 0. At Princeton—Princeton 12, Lehigh 0. At Xew York—Columbia 5, Swart more 0. At Ann Arbor—Michigan ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 15 October 1903

HUGHES LEAVES TOWN WITH LOTS OF MONEY Cornelius Hughes, erstwhile pro-' prletor of the Iroquois club, the col ored organisation In the alley near Washington street, starts this eve- alng for his old home in San Francis- CO, thoroughly convinced that there la no use longer bucking the Spokane police department. Satd Hughes: "I have been perse cuted in this city and have been thrown down In a shameful manner by some of the politicians whom I more than any other man In the "burnt district." aided in electing to office, and I go away glad to get rid of the whole kit and boodle, although I like Spokane as a city nnd made my strong fight to stick In the single hope of making Spokane my future home. "As regards my arrest on the charge of robbing tho Clark woman that was the best piece of fortune has befallen me since I came to. CONDENSED NEWS OF THE WORLD Indianapolis.—Unofficial returns tw- Slcate the election of Holtzman, dem ocrat, by about 760 plurality. Olympla, Wash.—Bar examinations...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 15 October 1903

8 UNVEIL MONUMENT TO THE WARRIOR SHERMAN WASHINGTON, Oct. IB.—Tribute wns pnid today to William Tecumeeh Sherman, soldier nnd i»atriot, when the Carl Rohl Smith monument to the Illustrious general was unveiled In the presence of the president, his Cabinet and many ' prominent guests, the latter including distinguished members of the societies of the •xmlcs of the Potomac, the Tennessee, the Ohio nnd the Cumberland, in Joint reunion here. The statue occu pies a conspicuous position opposite the south front of the treasury build ing, where a vast crowd of people gathered this afternoon to witness the unveiling ceremony. President Roosevelt spoke and ex tolled General Sherman. Colonel D. B. Henderson of lowa sounded the clarion note of the day. delivering the chief oration. Other speakers in cluded General Daniel E. Sickles and General Charles H. Grosvenor. All Cf the addresses were sincere eulogies of the character, devoted fealty to country and home and courageous qualities of the he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 16 October 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. nunon max* rrs. it. ft ABERDEEN BURNED, SEVEN MILLIONS LOSS Fierce Fire Destroys a Thriving Gity-Four Fatalities Have Been Reported. TACOMA, Oct. 18,-The entire busi ness part of Aberdeen, on Grays har bor, was destroyed by fire between 10 o'clock and noon today. The conflagra tion started in the Dix block und spread with all the rapidity of a hurricane, being fanned by the winds from the har bor nnd Chehalis river. At noon more than 15 blocks, comprising the entire business section of the town, was dcs , Irayed, and is now a mass of burning jabris. The whole of the residence sec tion on the west side is burning. 1 The Aberdeen tire department worked like mad, but their efforts were entir ly fulile to save the business section, and. realizing this, a telegram was sent to Hoquiam. The department from that town, which is almost a part, of Aberdeen itself, arrived, but the com bined forces were practically ineffectual and unable to cope wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 16 October 1903

s TORE UP MESSAGES CAUSING RIG LOSS CINCINNATI, Oct. 16. - Charles Theobald, the local manager of the Postal Telegraph company, swore out ■ warrant yesterday afternoon for the; arrest of Messenger Heigel, a 15-year-old boy, of 4:15 Klotter avenue, on the charge of tearing up and neglecting to deliver a telegraph massage. The affidavit was drawn up by Pros ecutor Scott Holmes, who bases i'.s issuance upon the law passed in 1900 making the tearing up of a telegraph message an offense, carrying with con viction imprisonment for three months or $500 tine. As a result of the boy's action the Postal company is confronted with threats of heavy damage suits made by angry patrons who suffered commercial losses through the lad's negligence. A week ago Beigel was employed by Ibe company as a messenger. October M according to the allegations of Mr. ffhobald, the boy was intrusted with 1.1 messages to deliver. Several of th?!ii be tore up within a block of the office CARTER HARRISON IS NAMED IN ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 16 October 1903

WARM WELCOME FOR IDAHO NEWSPAPERMEN Next Sunday the members of the fipokane chamber of commerce will en tertain the members of the Idaho State Press association, when they arrive bcre en route to Coeur d'Alene city, where they held their annual meeting Monday and Tuesday. Some difficulty is being eljperienced in learning the o\- sct time the majority of the mem bers will reach the city. The local committee, who have in charge the en tertainment of the newspaper men, are tellrraphing the officers of the associa te] having in view the setting of a certain hour. Among other tilings it is planned to give the visitors a trolley ride around the city in the magnificent observation ear, "Seeing Spokane." In this way more than in any other a comprehen sive iilea of the development of this city can be given the journalists. A splendid luncheon for the members {« planned. At Coeur d'Alene great preparations have been made for the occasion. A cplendid program has been arranged and President Joh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 16 October 1903

4 TKe SpoKane Press. tPanilshad Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. One cent per copy, six cente per week, twenty-five cents per month or ft ■er year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor aw lardy delivery to the office. Slg Front At*. Bretaphona Main 37*. eTeeSnmsi Bern 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern otllce: 53 Tribune building. New Tork City. Chicago office: 111 Hartford building. W. H. Porterrteld. manager of foreign advertising. SPOKANE—Mme. Nordlca. America's greatest soprano. AUDITORIUM —Miss Alice Johnson and George W. Harnum In "A friend of the Family." Salisbury's Funeral. The funeral of Lord Salisbury, England's late premier, cost but $70 all told. And Salisbury died north several millions. The old statesman directed that the obsequies be inexpensive and of s plain and simple character. Ostentation and vulgar display at a funeral was bis special abhorrence. It Is stated that ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 16 October 1903

CARRIED HIS HOARDED WEALTH IN A PILLOW ' LEBANON, Ky., Oct. 16 —Blind In One eye, ragged, hungry and dls ' tressed, a man of about 56 years hobbled Into Rsywick late Monday afternoon and applied for a lodging; place. E. A. Edelen, a distiller, who ii«*B near Rnywick. took him In. After giving the tramp a lunch he took him to a vacant room In a building a short distance from his residence, where a comfortable bed was provided. Cndcr his arm tl«« tramp esrrled a bundle, which to all appearances was nothing more tlinn a greasy pillowslip filled with a few necesaarlcs. Just before retiring the man threw his bundle on a chair. Bid ding the tramp goodnight Mr. Edelen extinguished the light, and suspect ing his guest might be a "pro fessional tramp," yielded to the Im pulse to Investigate the contents of the bundle. Currying the grensy bag downstairs he made an examination, nnd to bis surprise found that the tramp was a man who possibly owned thousands of dollars. Besides rolls of paper mo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 16 October 1903

f What's Doing' in the World of Sport. WHEN JEFF MET THE SWEDE Many stones have been told regard fng the first fights of Champion Jim Jeffries, but none yet has told of the real initial scrap oi the big fellow. \\ c have in Spokane an old schoolmate of the champion's, who is well known in the northwest, named Tom Smith, and better known as "Colonel Tom." Tom anight be called a real tough kid in the days when Jeffries and he used to •swipe coal from the Southern Pacific in Lo* Angeles, and many ate the sto ries lie tells of the now world lamed Jeffries. Colonel Tom was in a remin iscent mood last nigut and when the 'Jeffries subject was broached he im fiediately utarted a stiing of tales 01 !ie early days of the champion that gvould make the big fellow shudder. "Talking about the first fight* ot the champions," said Smithy "but I think Jeffries first found out "that had the real scrappy qualities in his when he went up against a big Swede in Los named Ole. There was a cer tain saloon...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 16 October 1903

FRANCE PRESENTS ITS MEDAL TO EMMANUEL PARIS, Oct. 16.—KwVictor Emman uel of Italy was the guest of the city Paris today. " The official reception tft%k. place at the Hotel de Villc and was one of the most brilliant events of the kind seen in late years. All of the civic and military officials of the mu nicipality were present in their robes or uniforms of office and the presence of numerous ladies in exquisite toilers rendered the scene still more attractive. After the official greetings had been exchanged the royal party proceeded to the mint here the king was pre sented with a medal specially struck in honor of his visit. President Loubet performed the presentation ceremony DIDNT THINK PLATT WOULD LIVE TO WED •To think that Tom Piatt is married again and at his time of life," ejaculat ed a New York man at the Spokane this morning, "When I think of his physical condition the last time I saw him, these dispatches seem hardly cred ible. It was at the republican state convention at Sa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 16 October 1903

• Local Briefs. ' 'An order dissolving and dimncoTDO' rating the G rote-Kan kin company w na entered by Judge Kennan this morning. It is the affairs of the old compan.:, which was taken over last summer bj the new corporation, which are dis ootved. If your liver is a little off. drop In nt the Red Cross Pharmacy and get nam pie "Laxative Liver Powders." H. E. Buchanan, in advance for "A Millionaire Tramp." is at the Hold Grand. Spokane Trunk Factory, SIO6 How ard, sells trunks that stand wear; also repairs trunks nnd valises. Judgment has been entered in favor Of the Northern Pacific in an action it commenced against Dennis Monagle and wife to declare title to land for aide tracks near Hope, [daoh, and also in the eastern part of Spokane county. The Club Cafe always in the lead. Dur 25e merchants' lunch with beer or wine from 11:30 to 2 p. m. as good aa ever. Headquarters for steaks, ■hops. etc. I. Chllberg. manager. Large dealers in lumber say that there has been no cut In prices a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 17 October 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY ' Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. TELBnon MAX* STB. NO. 296. FOURTEEN CRUSHED TO HORRIBLE DEATH Awful Accident at Trenton, N. J., Fills Morgue and Hospitals TRRNTON, N. J., Oct. 17.—With a deafening crash that hurled many lives into eternity this morning, two work trains on the Pennsylvania railroad, eight miles above this city, collided. As the result of the disaster 14 men are known to be dead, five more are be lieved to have been killed and the first reports say that there are 80 of the in jured. Immediately after the news was received here a special train carrying surgeons and nurses left for the scene. At D::i0 the first train arrived from the wreck and it was met by a crowd of the relatives and friends of those supposed to have been in the collision. Heartrending scenes were enacted on the arrival of the special. Men, women and children were waiting for it and WILL ENLARGE AT LOCAL POST WASHINGTON, Oct. 17.—1n Gen eral Frederick Funston's annual re port for the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 17 October 1903

jjj NORDICA WINS HEARTY FAVOR Garbed in its most stunning tog gery, society turned out en masse last night to greet Nordlca, the, Wagnerian cantatriee, and the Metropolitan or chestra. Blase pocicty had a new thrill, ■"here were others present not to be Included In the upper circles of swell dom who"~"enjoyed every bit of the little concert. Nordlca. never more charming or in better voice, struck the responsive triad as soon as she stepped upon the Btage. There Is only one Nordlca. She 1s a winner. Her charming manner captivated the audience instantly. While with her glorious art she rlay ed upon her auditors' heartstrings ad libitum. Recalled again and again, she gra ciously responded until the hour scheduled for the departure of her special train drew near, and a clam orous audience sought in vain to lure the diva to the footlights - once more, while important Mr. Dual grew Im ratlcnt and Impetuous and shook his bead insistently at the noisy throng (and his fist at the orchestra) ...

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