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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 23 October 1903

ROBERTS TELLS OF PROSPERITY PAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Oct. 23.- --sEllis H. Roberts, treasurer of the Unit ed States, was the orator of honor nt today's meeting of the American Hank ers' association in convention here. "Effects of the Influx of Gold" was Ilis theme, and he began by dwelling Upon the tremendous results that have |>een brought about in the world of finance bji California through her pro duction of gold. In 1847 only (889,000 Worth of the yellow metal was produced, In the United States; in 11102 our mines produced 880,000,000. In the United Btatoa-St the beginning of this month of Olebber, the gold in the stock of money was $1,277,362,651; the amount held by the treasury was 8684,811,716; and in circulation in coin and certifi cates was $1,016,648,603, "If this association," said Mr. Bob erts, "could order this stock brought before it and could get the metal here in» a Stolid mass, we should have a cube of nearly 111 feet, weighing 2,383.9 tons and requiring 147 freight ...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 23 October 1903

■ TKe SpoKane Press. t*UMlahed fDvery Bvenlna Except Sunday by The Tress Publishing Company. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or ii gter year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all caaea of poor •T tardy delivery to tbe office. da Front Aye. fMepaon* Main 37%, »M*oDo« Sox 4- OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 63 Tribune building. New York City, Chicago office: 106 Hartford building. W. H. Porter field, manager of foreign advertising BPOKANE—"King Dodo Mr. and Mrs. John Smith. From the top faff of her head to the end of her toe?, Mrs. John Smith of Amsterdam, X. V.. Is an American woman. She was formerly Miss Daisy Crounee. When her father, who is not a very good American, said she must marry a foreign count who asked for her hand, the young American girl spoke up and said: "I would rather be plain Mrs. Smith than to he a countess," Waan't that splendid? It deserves to rank with that other A...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 23 October 1903

FIVE GET DIVORCES WITHOUT A CONTEST Five Sundered knots was the score nt .fudge Rinnan's misniated marriage matinee today, and in each case the defendant answered not anil De petty Prosecuting Attorney Barnhart asked the questions on behalf of the pub lic. Non support was the determining cava for the separation of Priscill.i Itlam liml from Lawrence Blancnnrd and of Martha A. Noble from Alonxo M. Noble. Abandonment is what Mor ris Al. Knight pleaded as a reason whfthe should be freed from his Wife, Sarah L. Knight, whom lie married in Odd Fellows 1 Feast. A hearty reception was lust night accorded the Idaho grand lodge of Odd Fellows and the Rebekahs by their brethren of the local organizations. The visitors, to the numlier of .15(1, were entertained nt the Eagle and K. I*. halls and were banqueted at Oakc*' cafe, where 525 people were dined in two relays. Preceding the banquet the degree team of Imperial lodge, No. 134, gave the dramatized third degree to two candidates, Messrs. K....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 23 October 1903

ON FIELD .AMD TRACK- TIDBITS FOR FIGHTING MEN "Young Mowatt," the Chicago feath erweight, haa flunked out of Ins ten round bout with "Kid" Broad, which was to have taken place at New Or leans tonight .and "Kid" Hermann, another Chicago lighter, lias been sub stituted. An effort is being male by George McDonald, the tight promoter, of Chel sea. Mass.. to arrange a limited round bout between Jack Munroe. the Butte ex-miner, and Sand) Ferguson, tbe Boston lighter. If the match is clinch ed the men will engage in a ten round bout at the next show of McDonald's club. Jack Hoot, tlie Chicago light heavy weight, -who has not fought since last July, is at Pueblo, where be will be matched in a few days to field Jim Flynn of that city. They wiU box n 20-round bout and Koot is to receive $600 for bis services. Billy Rotchford, the Chicago feather weight, and Billy Murphy, tlie erratic Australian fighter, who hn= been fight ing long enough to be retired on a pen sion, have been signed to meet i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 23 October 1903

UNIVERSALISTS MEET IN NATION'S CAPITAL WASHINGTON, p. C, Oct. 23- Members of the Universalist denomin ation to a total of several thousand are gathered in Washington from every section of the country for their bien nial general convention. Tbe sessions, which are held in the Universalist ( burch, began today and will continue through the greater part of next week. Wore than ordinary interest attaches to tjM prescn convention, as this is the. SUES MOTHER-IN-LAW STOLE HIS AFFECTIONS NEW YORK, Oct. 23.—Mrs, Donna Zoo Illume, wife of Louis G, Illume, a coffee importer of No. 96 Water street, worth millions, wants her bus band back again. His affections, she alleges, have been alienated by his mother,, Mrs, Marie Oiebelhouse of l'luintield, N. J., nnd incidentally she lias brought suit against the elder wo man for $25,000. Mrs. Blunic i.s of the opinion that that sum will cover the damage that has been done by the loss oi her alleged spouse's love. Mrs. Illume was Donna Zoo Cross, daught...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 23 October 1903

STORE lE® Greatoft off vi Sste Md<& hj ttMs Store ©ipmg Year [&>ir®M[p)ftSy aft 9 ® 9 d®dk 9 fflOitfD dloy anneal ©wtfnng ©nalyo TMii§ to l®mcsiMlfi)cß!ro 0 o Quantities and qualities will be found as advertised. WRIST BAOS, 98c. Wrist bags of genuine seal, genu ine walrus and sajian leathersr also leather handled carriage bags; colors black, green, red, navy; values $1.25 and $1.60. Anniversary sale, your choice 980 AUTO. BAGS, $1.49. New leather handled auto or car riage bags, of seal, walrus or sajian leathers; also wrist bags; values up to $2.50. Anniversary sale, choice $1.49 SCISSORS, 25c. Crescent special guaranteed scis sors; each pair In a leatherette case; sizes 3V4 inch and 4 inch; value 35c and 40c. Anniversary 5a1e...25c SCISSORS, 39c. Crescent special guaranteed scis sors; each pair in neat leatherette case; sizes 4%, 5, 5% and 6 inch; values 45c, 60c, 60c. Anniversary sale 29e COIN PURSES. 10c. Leather coin purses; nickel plated frames; inside pocket; vi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 24 October 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. TBLEPHOn MAIS 878. NO. 302. SHAME STRIKES ON HEART OF PRINCESS Louise of Saxony, Paramour ofGiron.ltojstoSeel.er Babes at Christmas BERLIN, Oct. 24.—Princess Louise, ! repentant and sorrowful, has sent a tearful letter to her husband, Crown Prince Frederick of Saxony, begging him to letl&r sec their children Just once o% Christmas. Her mater nal love has proved too strong to resist nnd she now longs to see the FIVE ITALIANS WERE VICTIMS iUFFBItN, N. V., Oct. 24—Five Italians were suddenly hurled into eternity here today while engaged in some railway work. For some time past there has been employed near here by the Erie railroad a large gang of Italian laborers. This morning Aye of them were repairing n portion »f the track that had been thrown »ut of plumb. Several others were standing around and In the usual Italian fashion nil talking at once trying to boss the Job. TAKE FIRST JOURNEY OVER ELECTRIC LINE Next Wednesday the first tr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 24 October 1903

s WILL MAKE A TOUR AROUND THE WORLD Globetrotters as well a* stayathomei Srho have thus far been denied the pleasure of travel in foreign lands will be interested in the pro|w>sed "Trip ground the World," that will start from Westminster Congregational church at 6 p. m. on Thursday eve ■ ing next, October 29. for a "person ally conducted" tour of Japan, Ger many, Kngland and the U. S. A. Bos ton will be the first place visited and a birdseye view of the cultured city with occasional stops at the art gal leries and the elite beaneries of the "Hub of the Universe," is promised. Dainty Bostonese maidens, clad in the costume native to the species will serve brown bread and Boston beans as only can be bad in the Bay state metropolis, Boston to Japan, the next stop. Will be made overland, an Opportunity never before offered to the traveling gfublic. Here a tea party in the gar dens of the great mikado will present the picturesque features of the real BJ panose life and will give a view...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 24 October 1903

DEAN PERINE WOULD NATIONALIZE CHURCH ' IS press dispatch recently received front Washington states that at a ses sion of the Pan-American conference •f bishops, Rt. Rev, Thomas Gailos. bishop of Tennessee, advocated the con ducting of the Episcopal church along national lines, with the view of creat ing a distinctly American church. The bishop wajaalso in favor of the change •f ths Protestant Episcopal church to a more spptopriate title. He declared thnt the church should be American, It is reported that his address aroused great Enthusiasm. When the above mentioned dispatch was shown to Dean Perine of All Faints' cathredrul be commented upon it as follows: "I think that the church is thorough ly American now. However. I believe that we should have a bend for the [American church that would hold the same relation toward it that the Presi dent of the United States bears toward the union. We should have here an archbishop of the American church and perhaps such a move is what Bishop G...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 24 October 1903

4 TKe SpoKane Press. •tjbllshed Every Evening Eseept Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. BOmWrvm-UeMmM PBXBS HBBYXOB. One cent per copy, sht cents per week, twenty-live cents per month or II pgr year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will oonrer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor SV tardy delivery to the office. CfM Promt At*. fMepkoms Halb S7B» Sssseoffloe Boa 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: S3 Tribune bulldln g. New Tork City. Chicago office: 10( Hartford building. W. H. Porter Held, manager of foreign advertising. SPOKANE—"King Dodo." Bad Books. Twenty-nine booksellers of Chicago have been arrested on the charge of selling "impure. Inflammatory and unwholesome literature." The literature thus designated is In most cases of the "yellow" back dime novel variety. It is alleged by the reformers who have taken up the matter that these "blood and thunder stories" are corrupting. It Is said the police records of Chicago will show that a majority...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 24 October 1903

New City Hill. ASTORIA, Ore., Oct. 24.—The city of Astoria is to build a new city hall. The present tumble-down building occupy ing' the moat valuable business corner ia the city, ia not worth repairing, au4 members of the council trill sell the' land and building and put up a new city hall that will be a credit to As toria. The council public-property com mittee has been authorized to invite offers for the lot on which the city hall now stands, and as well to ask property-owners to submit other sites aad prices for the council's considera tion. v News Notes. Colfax, Wash.—Bert Taylor has been taken to the penitentiary to serve the three-year sentence Indicted for fcorse Stealing. II had heretofore an excellent reputation. ■else, Idaho.—On complaint of Mrs. (). K. Spencer. United States Marshal Ruel Bounds has been ar rested on a charge of assault. The complainant has been first deputy In the marshal's office. Chicago.—Charges nre being made among tho craftsmen of the building trade...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 24 October 1903

Arena- Grid -TracK- Field-Alley-Stream. BIG CONTEST AT LOCAL ALLEYS The first prize bowling contest at the Coeur d'Alene alleys since its incep tion a few weeks ago. will lie Foiled next Friday night between the hours of 8 and 12. Only members of the club will have a chance to compete for the prizes. Kadi member will be entitled to have their scores recorded for three games during those horn's, and when competing for the prizes the member must first call the attention of the alley man to the fact so that he can record the scores. It must be distinctly understood thnt one or more pins must be knocked down in each of the last two frames. The following are the list of prizes offered: For an even score of 10). $.">; even score of 150, go; even score of 200, 17.50; and for a score of 250 or ever, $10. The membership fee of the club is now il. Manager Owney J. Patton. the clever little man who is doing such good Work for tlie game here, in speaking of the coming contests, said: "Here a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 24 October 1903

Miss Roosevelt Travels .WASHINGTON, D. C, Oct. 24.- --sVfiss Alice Roosevelt leaves today for Chicago, where she will be the guest of Mrs Preston Gibson, daughter of K'rs. Thomas Nelson Page. Miss bosevelt haa timed her visit to Chica go so thnt she can visit the horse show, word comes from the western me tropolis that many festivities are being planned in her honor. She will return to Washington in time to serve as a bridesmaid at the wedding of her friend Miss MeCauley to Mr. Tuckerman next month. She Langley airship workmen arc la borrag behind locked doors, and some of the newspapers are talking about a "mystery" in Connection with it. The real mystery is that Langley ever got the money. Sultan Wants Rifles. BERLIN, Oct. 24.—Krupps has re ceived un order from Turkey for 1200,- --o*o rifles and millions of smokeless Cartridges to he delivered in Febru ary. Dispatches today from Yoko hama state that Germans there are being persecuted by Japanese, who suspect them of being spies fo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 24 October 1903

8 GONZAGA BOYS HONOR RECTOR Last night Gonzaga college ball Was the scene of an enjoyable and achoiarly entertainment, given by the Students of the college In honor of the Rev. R. J. Crtttiont, rector. For the first time In the history of Spokane the people were given an opportunity of listening to a scholastic disputa tion upon the "Certitude Of the Hu man Mind and tlie Means of Attain ing Truth." The thesis wi re handled by the seniors In a manner that surprised even the older students and pro fessors of philosophy. All the par ticipants acquitted themselves cred itably and furnished a lively and in teresting discussion. At one time the crossfire became so hot that the rev erend prefect of studies was drawn into the fray, and surprised the audi ence by rising from his seat In their midst nnd turning his heavy artillery upon E. P. Twohy, the young man who had won the admiration of all by his ready and able defense. All were anxious for the outcome, but the hero of the evening was n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 26 October 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. nuwKora max* its. NO. 308. SAYS LITTLE GIRL IS SERPENT WISE Astounding Charges Made Against Zena Smith, 14 Years of Age Mrs. Sallle Hosier obtained s. war rant through Prosecuting Attorney Kim ball's office at the courthouse this aft ernoon for the arrest of Zcna Smith, •n orphan girl, 14 years of age on HEARS NO WORD OF CREMATORY The board of public works is at a loss to understand the silence of the l>e t'arie Crematory company of Minneap olis, which haa the contract for build ing the new crematory on the bank of the river near the end of the VTcst Olive street bridge. Two months have passed since the contract was awarded the DeCarie com pany and not a word luts been heard from them since the final papers were signed. The contract calls for the HEROIC WOMAN DIES UPON HER BIRTHDAY NEW YORK. Oct. 26.—As the re sult of burns received yesterday at her home, No. 29 Charles street. Mrs. Mary O'Hnro. 36 years old, died today in St. Vincen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 26 October 1903

8 SALT LAKE WAS ONCE PART OF THE PACIFIC ' RAT.T LAKE, Oct 26.—Mrs. B. F. House has made a discovery concern ing Salt 1/ake which scientists declare proves conclusively that the basin of the big Inland sea was once a part Of the Pacific ocean. For years geologists and learned Scientists, including experts from the Smithsonian institute, have investi gated the lake and followed its shores For miles, in the hope of discovering convincing proof that it was in years gone by connected with the western Ocean, but It remained for a woman to do this. Mrs. House is an enthusi astic geologist, and for three weeks has been camped along the shores of the Dead Sea. Telegraphic Briefs. Xiewliton, Idaho.—The Interstate. fair opened today with promise of a record-breaking attendance. Trnckee, Cal.—The big lumber mill here has burned, entailing a loss of |,uOO,OOO feet of lumber in the yards. Forsythe, Mont.—Two sticks of dynamite were found on the Northern Pacific tracks near Rosebud yester day. Wa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 26 October 1903

MR. HAPPY WRITES HOT EPISTLE ON WEYMOUTH Attorney Cyrus Happy has sent a tunning letter to Mayor Boyd regard ing the petition recently filed by Charles Wolf asking that City Com missioner Frank P. Weymouth be discharged for Incompetency. In his letter, which contains six typewritten pnges, Mr. Happy goes after Mr. Weymouth hammer nnd tongs and cites ns proof of the Just ness ff his views the trading of sixth aventtd between Jefferson and Adams Streets. Mr. Happy's fine home, the Old Muntcr residence, faces this strip, and It Is this same strip that has figured in the courts for two or throe years past. Mr. Happy puts the dis agreement over the grade directly to the door of Mr. Weymouth. Mr. Happy denies that he signed the petition for Mr. Weymouth's re moval because he was working in tho Interests of union labor. |le says that In ISO 1 the city coun cil by ordinance established a grade on Sixth avenue that was 2003 feet above the datum plane at the Junc tion of Sixth avenue and Jeff...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 26 October 1903

THe SpoKane Press. ffebllshed Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. UCaXPFa-McXAK FXJUM SEBVICB. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or 13 Bar year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poof Sir tardy delivery to the office. CM Front Aye. sTsaephone Main 375. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 63 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago ofllcs: ■•« Hartford building. W. H. Porterneld. manager of foreign advertising. AUDITORIUM —"The Dairy Farm." Did His Duty-That's All. "Never mind making me out a hero. T did my duty—that's all." This was said by Luke Brannon. the Ohio deputy sheriff, who, single handed, took the rope from a man's neck and rescued him from a mob, He bad risked his own life to save that of a rufllan who unquestionably deserved death. It was his duty to do it, nnd he did it. There was nothing great about it In his mind. In taking the oath he had ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 26 October 1903

INSURGENT GENERALS CONFERRING AT SOFIA SOFIA, Bulgaria, Oct. 28.—Ibe fu ture program of the Bulgarian insur gents (depends very largely upon the outascae of a conference of leaders in Ihettssveincnt, which conference Is to be ibehl here within the next few jvcefcs. A number of the leaders are now here, ithile important generals and offi cers fitom the insurgent ranks arc on thejr way to the city. The central fig ure of the conference will be tieneral Rentes Change Time. • fcij cknngo was made today In the \ starting time of the five rural free dellprery route carriers from the Spo kane postofllce. Formerly they have left the office for the trip over their routes at 10 o'clock and returned at 6 o'clock. Now. however, Postmaster Hartson. for tho betterment of the system has issued orders for the start to be made two hours earlier. At tention is also called to the patrons of No. 6 routs, the new Indian prai rie service, that that service does not open until November 2, when the carrier...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 26 October 1903

• Arena- Grid -Trach- Field-Alley -Stream. JEFF TELLS ABOUT HIS PLANS When .Tim Jeffries til at Chicago lie talked freely with the sporting Writers. As a rule the big champ ; s not much of a talker. If you know him intimately he w ill unbosom last enough, but to a stranger he has little to say. Jeff said to one reporter: "I am ready to meet any fighter in the world, if he is a white man. and as far as a licking is concerned. I don't fear any black man. but if such a thing should happen that I was to be beaten. 1 would rathel give up my title to a white man. "The lighting game is not what many people think it is. Here lam champion of the world and nobody wants to light me. I sm entitled to a layoff now, but at that I am ready to fight anyone that comes along. 1 do not think Mon roe could be pulled into the ring with me. I thought I had him cornered after my fight with Corbett, but I guess he thought best to sidestep me. "I am undecided what to do about tny future. I am on my way to N...

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