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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 20 October 1903

BROOKLYN PARSON IN ROLE OF PEEPING TOM NKW YORK, Oct. 20.-Becauee ho played the part of "Peeping Tom," the Rev. John S. Devin of No. 173 Spencer street, Brooklyn, spent the night in the Adams street station. When arraigned this morning before Magistrate Dooley he told a story of Infatuation for a woman he hud never met, but whom he had seen on several oceusions, nnd whose voice he had heard lifted heavenward in song. The woman who aroused the admira tion of Uie parson is Mrs. Bernard ODonnell of No. 317 Franklin avenue, and it was in the 1 asement of her home that Defective* Brady aud McClusky found the preacher. DYNAMITE THREATENS GREAT NORTHERN NOW HELENA, Mont., Oct. 10.—It de veloped today that the Great North ern has received a letter demanding $15,000 on threat of dynamiting Its trains. It ls believed to be the same Signal Honor for a Writer and Educator. EYANSTON. 111.. Oct. IA Unique in | character will be the celebration in honor of l>r. Herbert Y. isk's ;!oth anni versa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 20 October 1903

8 THE FAMILY MILK COW IS DANGEROUS, HE SAYS Tbe nltendance at today's meeting Of the farmers' institute is larger than that of yesterday and the talks given by the Pullman Agricultural college experts were very Interesting. Dr. S. B. Nelson, veterinary at the College, gave an account of experi ments he is carrying on with tuber culous cattle and the policy of the State authorities in getting control of the disease. There Is considerable tuberculosis In Washington cattle, but the officials are not doing any wholesale slaughtering and are taking measures to prevent Its spread. Near ly all of It Is confined to herds where imported stork is a factor, the grades not being as liable to attack as are the pure breeds. Interesting statements made dur ing the course of his address follow: "In the Isle of Jersey, where no cnttle are imported, tuberculosis does not exist; neither docs It In China, where milk Is not used; but nmong the North American Indian, who in his natural state eats cattle ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 21 October 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. nuraon katji tn. NO. 299. I HOWARD ELLIOTT IS TO SOCCEED MELLEN Vice President of Burlington j Made Ghief of Northern Pacific Road NEW YORK, Oct. ll.—Howard El liott, now vice president of the Bur lington system, has been elected to aucraed President C. S. Mellen of the Northern Pacific. The above Information came to thla PUT VIADUCTS UNDER TRACKS Henry M. Stephens, attorney for the Northern Pacific, has been at the city hall urging the otlicials to take tip and put through the plan for building the viaduct junder the dangerous rail road crossing nt Sprague avenue and Division street, and the board of pub lic works arc earnestly considering the proposition of Mr. Stephens, together with a plan to build under the rnil roud 11 ticks M Brown street and clone up the crossing at Sprague avenue anil Division street. It is likely a meeting of a city council as a whole will lie called within the next few days to aid in the discussion. Commissio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 21 October 1903

f LIVELY ROW IN THE CITY HALL Troulilc has broken out at the eltjr I lSn.ll between City Commissioner Root j and I). K. Wiley, foreman of the city prater department, because Mr. Wiley : is alleged to be discriminating against members of organized labor who have eought employment from him. Root and Wiley had an angry discus eion over the matter a week ago, and last night at the meeting of the city Council Wiley bobbed nip in the affair in a new way by making an affidavit charge that Commissioner Root is un fair to men who are outside the ranks of organised labor. The charges against Mr. Root were sent by AY. H. Sleepy, G. C. Kttershank. Luther Holcomb and E. A. Buchanan, who are said to be members of a local branch of the Amer ican League of Independent Working-j men. The affidavit asserts that in the con-j X'ersat ion between Root and Wiley on October 3, Root asked Wiley why he did not unionize the water department; and the latter said he would not union ize the department, whereupo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 21 October 1903

GOES TO DEATH CHAIR FOR A FIENDISH DEED COLUMBUS', 0., Oct. 21.—With his brother confined in a cell a few yards away awaiting a similar fate, Ben Wade wVnjt to the electric chair In the penitentiary annex today to pay the penalty for one of the foulest Crimea committed in Ohio In recent years. Witde has been under sentence of dcioli for more than a year ufld he entertained hopes to the last that he mlKlit escape the chair. These hopes were finally dashed to pieces last On the Markets. Tlie local fruit and vegetable mar kets have shown little change during the past few days. The festive sound cranberry is becoming more plentiful and is sold at lne per zpiart. Huckleberries are quoted at 40c.The visible supply of lettuce is diminishing, Quotations are 10c per bunch. Parsley sells at 5c per bunch. Green cucumbers arc not to be had, with exception of the hothouse article, which is scarce at i)c apiece. Large red peppers sell at 15c per lb. Choice cauliflower 30c. per head. Celery is ple...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 21 October 1903

4 THe SpoKane Press. PtJMlshed Every Evening Except Sunday by Th. Press Publishing Company. aomxrrs-isemAa rmass mmmrxaa. On. c.nt per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or t* par year, delivered by carrier. No fre. copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reportlmj all cases of poor Sr tardy delivery to th. office. *AS Froat iva fMephoa. Main 3TC >SSS)ugus Bos 4W OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: SI Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: lt< Hertford building. W. H. Porter field, manager of foreign advertising. What One Woman Did. Almost evers-one has h<-ard about radium, the discovery of Which ap parently proves the scientific theory that all matter ls resolvable into pure energy. Not everyone knows this discovery was made by a woman. To - Mme. Curie, wife of Professor Curie, of Paris. France —a woman %ltb a home and a family to look after—belongs the merit of finding this hew and marvelous substance, limp. Curie studied science ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 21 October 1903

ACTOR EDWARDS DAVIS ONCE DANCING PASTOR By Will H. Fischer ' Spokane theatergoers have been ad- Iftsed- repeatedly, through the advance notices published in the theater pro grams, of tbe coming of Belaseo & Mayer's "The Dairy Farm"' company, which Is to open at the Auditorium on Sunday evening for four nights. (They have also doubtless noted the fact that Mdwards Davis is to be a member of the company. The latter announcement, to the Unknowing, would mean nothing more than would the statement that Frank Bacon, or Henry Simmer or George Csbourne or Howard scott or any of the other Belaseo men was of the cast—probably not so much; for the latter arc better known in the world theatric. But to those who know something of the history of this man Davis, his appearance ns an actor, taking part In a Sunday night performance, comes as something stronger than a revela tion—make It a shock. If you will. I remember a time, not many yeara ngo, when I'Mwnrds Davis was famed as an actor in tho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 21 October 1903

c What's Doing' in the World of Sport. SOME DOPE ON THE PUGS Joe Cboyinski, the light heavyweight, will get bad; into the game soon. He has accepted »n offer from a Philadel phia dub to meet Kid Carter, the pouth Brooklyn light heavyweight, for aix rounds ut catch weights on Octo ber 2(i. Choyinski lias Wn training in Chi cago for two weeks, and se.ys he has Regained hie old form, if thai is true Carter will liave to cut a fast pace. Tlie route will be much in favoi of ("af ter. Al Weinig. the Buffalo light heavy weight, lias readied the Pacific coast, where be is ready to meet any of the good men in his class, Weinig for a long tune had a forfeit posted to meet Sandy Ferguson. Jack O'Brien or George Gardner, but these men passed the Buffalo man tip. Weinig will try and meet the winner of the Millett- Woods fight. Danny Hall, the boxer of New York, who up tO a few years ago was looked on as one of the good ones at his weight, is anxious to get back into the game and will take on nny...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 21 October 1903

MANY IMPROVEMENTS DV ILLINOIS CENTRAL CHTCAfIO, 111., Oct. 21.—A majority of the several thousand stockholders of the Illinois Central railroad were present in person at the annual meet ing -field at the general headquarters here today. The business of the meet DENVER & RIO GRANDE TO DOY CRYSTAL RIVER DENVER, Col., Oct. 21.— The princi pal business liefore today's special meet ing of the stockholders of the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad company is to authorize the purchase of the Crystal River railroad. For the purpose of making the purchase and for future The Macedonian Uprising. "Mother" Still Lives. SPRINGFIELD, 0., Oct. 21.— "Mother" Stewart, the temperance leader, is not dead as reported. She guest of Mrs, Mary Fares worth, in Hicksville, 0. She will remain there with Mrs, Farnsworth until her secre tary, Miss Muttie Campbell, returns from New York. The latter is oue of Howie's 3000 Salvationists who are now Storming New York. "Mother" Stewart is in feeble health and is ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 21 October 1903

EIGHTEEN WERE SAVED FROM WRECKED VESSEL MARSHKIEI.D. Ore.. O.t. 21.—The following additional details have been •arrived concerning the disaster off Blanco reef on Tuesday: Up to date IS of the 88 making ,>p the list of passengers and crew of the 111-fated South Portland, have reached the shore. The others are believed to have ]>erisliod. Those who succeeded ;n getting to land are: James Mclntvre. captain; John Rei jner. a sailor of San Francisco: Emanu el Pasomenis, chief cook; William L. Wilson, jr.. of Baltimore; L. Barker, IKlaineda, Cal.: Guy Rent, s boy of V 2 years, of Nova Scotia: Al Bailey < f North Dakota, passenger; Charles Bruce, first officer; James Ward, chief engineer; T. Pizotti, second assistant engineer; John McKeown, oiler: J. Driseoll, oiler; W. Hughes, fireman: James Alwood. seaman; 11. Weber, passenger; C. Johnson, seaman. Charles Uuson, the first engineer, died as they were taking off the life raft. from_^]H'sure. PLENTY OF BUSINESS CHANCES IN MEXICO '...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 October 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Fir* Cents Per Month. N0.300. HOLD WILD ORGIES AND MYSTIC DANCE Southern California Indians Revert to Their Ancient Savagery LOS ANGELES, Cal., Oct. »2.—A1l southern California ls wrought up over the rising and demonstrations of the Indians who have gathered by the hundreds at Potrero for their an nual feast. Weird practices that have long been thought forgotten by the present gen eration of redskins have been revived for tills feast. Tbe most absurd sup CITY HALL ROW BECOMING HOT "Mayor Boyd received repeated com plaints thnt D. E. Wiley, foreman of the city water department was discrim inating against union labor long before I mentioned the fact to Wiley in per son," said City Commissioner Root this morning. "It was also charged to me that Wiley prohibited representatives of or ganized labor from speaking to his men regarding the usefulness of or ganised labor, although Wiley's friend, a man named Weaver spoke at all times ami at any time to tbe men regard...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 October 1903

S ONE OF BOWIE'S HOST RIDES IN HURRY CART NEW YORK, Ot. 22. -Declaring that next to Dowie she was nearer to Ood than anyone else ever born on this earth, h woman, handsomely gown ed in black, Walked down Tenth avenue At Fifty-fourth street she stepped snd began a sermon, declaring that she represented Dowie and that Dowie was the representative of Ood. Her voice waa loud and her words well chosen. So earnest was her manner and so determined was she that scores paused to listen to her. When Policeman Hughes of the We-<t Forty-seventh street station approach ed she called to him: "Stop where you are! I am the rep resentative of the Almighty and you must listen or be lost." An Insane Deed. NEW YORK. Oct. 22.—After sharp ening four small potato knives Mrs. Camilla Notieo, 28 years old. of Xo. 2210 Second avenue, gashed licr throat today in a dozen places. She was taken to the Harlem hospital, where she prob abily will die. As soon as her husband. Frank, left Iter this morning, Mrs. X...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 October 1903

MAYOR NON-COMMITAL ON LICENSE ORDINANCE Upon the ethical ground that It Would be Improper for him to Inter fere In steering the bark of local leg islation that ever and anon 1s launch ed lfVit; le city council. Mayor Boyd declines to discuss the proposed high license ordinance. When It comes to ordinances. Mayor Boyd says that trey all get to him In due course of time If they escape the Scylla nnd Charybdls of the council. He adds, tritely, that the time to cross a bridge is when you come to it, and that he will not take up the subject of high liquor licenses until the Issue square ly nnd imperatively presents Itself for his consideration and action. The mayor declares that the in creased revenue which would be de rived from adding $500 per year to the license tax on the saloons would come in very handy at this time, when mnny local improvements are needed, for which there is no money. Hut as to the advisability of doubling up on the license, he prefers to remain silent. Decree for ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 October 1903

4 THe SpoKane Press. MHUIIsI Bvery BVenlng bees* Sunday *y The Press Publishing Oesspsay. One cent per oo»y, ala cents per weak, twenty-five cents per month or I) par year, delivered by curler. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor Be tardy delivery to th* office. eM rroat Arm. •slsphon* Main 37g» aTsssjoMss Bos a. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: SS Tribune building. New Tork City. Chicago office: 10* Hartford building. W. H. Porter Held, manager of foreign advertising A Little Lord Fauntleroy. Bruised nnd bleeding from a fell from a second story window, 12-year Old Charley Evans of Denver whispered to those who picked him up: '•Don't tell Mamma. She'll think I'm killed. And then he lapsed Into unconsciousness until he was laid in bis own bed His first words on seeing his mother bending over him were: "I'm all right. Mamma. Don't be scared.'' You don't need to be told what sort of a mother that boy has. TO HAVE A HIIRO YOU MUST ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 October 1903

FOUND HIS LITTLE DOY IN SLUMS AT PORTLAND After being separated from tßelr father for two years, Jerome Berthe eon. aged 10, and hia little brother feugets*. 2*4 yeara old, went to their old home at Baseman, Mont., Tues day night, aays the Journal. August Bertheson ia a saloonkeep ers .For two years he lias not known where hla children were. He 'found tbe elder boy In the slnms of Port land, where his mother is now said to ba living. Two years ago Mrs. Beriheson left her home with her children to visit in California. Her huaband aaya he gave her $ moo, bnt she never reached tier destination. She stopped at Rose burs; and left her Infant, now 30 months old. Then she came to Port land and. It is said, has entered the alums. But she kept the boy Jerome Insanity Increases. LONDON*, Oct. 22—Insanity is in creasing in London to an alarming extent, tht reports of the charity com mittee showing that the increase in the post 13 years has been more than 8000 a re»r, Here are the figures: 1890...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 October 1903

What's Doing' in the World of Sport. HUNTERSOFF AFTER THE DUCKS Tlie exodus of duck and snip,- hunters from the city to the ponds, in n-In s and uplands the last few days is quite unprecedented and the local sportsmen who have returned With their share of game report that the feathered mi grants of all rarities are plentiful enough so that all can get their till of shooting. Many hunlers have taken advantage of this swell weather to take their f -oung dogs along und give them their maiden hunt, alter the feathered bi peds—for they're getting rather scarce at this late date, and the close season for grouse, partridge, chicken, pheas ant and sage hon commences Novem ber 15 in all parte east of the western line of Oganogan county. Chelan, Y'afc ima and Klickitat counties. The duck season is open until March 1. Swan, goose, brant, sandhill crane and snipe can also be hunted at will until that date. What's left of the trout season is hnitlly worth the trouble of following. QTie beauties ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 October 1903

EMPRESS OF GERMANY OBSERVES A BIRTHDAY BERLIN, Oct. 22.—Empress Au gusta Victoria was 45 years old to day, and flags were displayed on all public and many private buildings In recognition of the anniversary. There were no court festivities, but at a happy family gathering the emperor. It is understood, gave his beloved consoft a pleasant surprise by adding substantially to her superb collection of pearls, already one of the most famous In all tne world. Though the empress is slightly older than her husband, with her fair complexion and luxuriant hair, sho looks. If anything, younger than he does. The preservation of her youth ful appearance may be ascribed to her freedom from worry and her happy home life. She ls otio of the few feminine crowned heads who might truthfully be described as finding us much solid homely con tentment In her husband's palaces as any honest workman's wife In her Vine-clad cottage. After her marriage, which took place In February. 1881, her trials began In ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 October 1903

6 WHo Hustled Votes. INDIANArOI.IS. Ind.. Oct. J2.— Miif Judge Whallon, who was re elected Tuesday, attributes his vic tory to his wife. While wives of other ejnndld.it, were sitting at home wish ing the election was over, she was •ut making a canvass for him. Mayor Book water, head of the republican ticket, lost, but Whallon won by a narrow margin. » "I attribute 1000 of the votes cast tor me to her efforts," he said tonight. Mrs, Wtieaton is a favorite singer here, nnd her reputation extends throughout the state. Her acquaint ance Is not among the politicians, but among the masses of the people, and the votes of the Inaaaes made Judge Whallon run at the head of his ticket. Me kept the politicians in line while •he make enough votes to elect him. Boy's Large Estate. WHITE PLAINS, N. T„ Oct. 22 — letters of administration wore Issued today in the surrogate's o\>urt on the estate of John T. Wtllets. eon of Howard Willets. the millionaire. Young Willets, who was 1". died some flays...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 23 October 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. niinon kaxs m. NO. 301. POLICE CHIEF HIT PEDDLER OF FRUIT Altercation in the Mayor's Office May Lead to Official's Arrest Chief of Police Woydt and Thomas Golden, a veteran vegetable peddler, had a personal encounter In the may or's office shortly before the noon hour todny. The chief lost his temper when disputed by Golden, and before half a dosen men who were present could Interfere, the lie had been passed and the chief had slapped Golden In the face. Mayor Boyd screamed out: "Gentlemen, that will not do. You must stop It." Commissioners Root and Weymouth and Sanitary Policeman Otis, who were in the room, started to Inter fere, but the angry chief desisted be fore their services were needed. Councilman Hurch, who had Just entered the building, Commissioner Hundley and other officials rushed from the different ofllces when they heard the row between the chief and tbe apple man. The trouble started by Golden in forming the mayor that t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 23 October 1903

9 SCARED NEGRO TAKES HIS LIFE DV HANGING ST. LOUIS, Oct. 23.—1t is believed \by the police that the mystery of the murder of Mrs. Kate L.iuman. whose dead body was found lying bj the road side near Norm and Tuesday, has been partially solved through the suicide today of John Williams, a negro ar rested last night as a suspect. Williams, who said he had recently come from Mississippi, made several attempts to sell a revolver yesterday and this aroused suspicion. He was taken into custody and placed in the Clifton jail last night. HOODOO IMPELS HIM TO DESERT HIS WIFE i:\ AXSVIT.T-K. Ind.. vVt. 13.— 1t William Palmer's story told to Judge Clifford T. Curry of the police court is true, the man offers a psychologi cal study of peculiar interest. Palmer says something attracts him away from horne —what It is he can not tell —and when this "something over rowers him he is completely at Its mercy. Palmer confessed that he deserted bis wife two weeks ago. but contend ed he was not responsibl...

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