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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 26 October 1903

ROOSEVELT OBSERVES HIS 45TH BIRTHDAY WASHINGTON, Oct. 28.—Presi dent Roosevelt was born In New York city. October 27, 1858. He will celebrate the forty-fifth anniversary of his birth in an entirely Informal manner at the White House tomor row, lunching and dining with such members of his family as are In the city; and with a few Intimate friends. JSr. Roosevelt will spend the day in public business as usual, putting the finishing touches to his message to congress, the birthday celebration being incidental and quietly observ ed, only In the domestic circle. Un fortunately Miss Altec Roosevelt will be absent from the family table, hav ing gone to Chicago »n a visit to friends, but she will remember her father with n birthday gift, as has always been her custom. Mr. Roosevelt's career as a public man began 22 years ago. The various steps to the office of president of the United States which he now holds are thus given in chronological order: November, 1881—Elected n mem ber of the New...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 26 October 1903

8 FINE DEPOT IS TO BE ERECTED From unofficial sources it has been learned that the (). R. & X. company has about completed arrangements (or the erection of their new depot. The titans submitted by architects have been settled upon by the officials for pome time and the only reason work has not been started is the difficulty in reaching an agreement with certain property owners in the vicinity of the tite wanted. This, it is understood, is near the Inland mill, this side of the O. R. & X. tracks. A proposition has also been brought Bp to demolish the old freight depot on Washington street, build the new passenger depot there and the new freight house farther west. However, this proposition has not met with favor ns the site wanted is Bear Howard street. In any event, krhether the old freight site or a new tine is selected, the depot will be built this side the track. TO MEDIATE IN THE DISPUTES AT BUTTE BUTTE, Oct. 26.-Rusiness men are Dow turning to meditation and arbi-! trat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 27 October 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. TELIMORB HATH 378. NO. 304. THREE LEAVE JOBS IN CITY'S SERVICE Wiley and Daniel are Forced Out By the Board of Public Works In the words of a meek citizen who hangs out near Front avenue nnd Howard street, but who In the future will work elsewhere, snton broke loose in the board of public works today. The board received the uncondition al surrender of Daniel E. Wiley, fore man of construction In the city water department, the resignation to take effect immediately. The resignation of Joseph Daniel, foreman of the city street depart ment, to tuke effect on the tlrst of the coming month. The resignation of C. J. Peterson, a special policeman. Before the board had gone Into ex ecutive session it wns announced that the resignations would be accepted. It has been known for two or three days that Foreman Wiley would either resign or be retired; and It was known lost night that the same pro cedure would occur as regards Mr. Daniel. Policeman P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 27 October 1903

2 TRACY'S CAPTOR ONCE MORE PEACE OFFICER PORTLAND, Oct. 27.-" Dannie" Weiner has been appointed a mem ber of the headquarters staff of Port land detectives and will assume the duties of his office immediately. Than Weiner there is no better known officer in Portland, and his rec ord when he was in the city's service before demonstrates his nerve and ability to fill a position fraught with danger such as a detective frequently encounters in the discharge of his duty. It was Weiner who engaged in a duel ea Fourth street • February 27. 1809, With llarrv Tracy, the notorious out law. Weiner Won out, landing Tracy behind prison bars. Tracy attempted to board the south-bound train en Local Briefs. Anna Eikn, 18 years of age, was yesterday married to David Carrier, 42 years old, by Justice stocker after the legal formalities had been complied with. John F. Oreen. a Harrington busi ness man. is at the Victoria. Ho you want to make good bread, pies and cakes. If so. use "Gold Drop" flour. Ev...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 27 October 1903

PROPITIATED ANGRY TELEPHONE STRIKERS A well attending meeting of th< Xlectrlcal Workers' union and what I. left of the telephone operators' or ganisation was held at Central I.ahm hall last night, where they were ad dressed by the representatives of the International order which conducteii the recent strike which was general on the PnclHc coast against the Pa cific States Telephone & Telegrapl company. President MoNulty am Vleei President Sullivan arrived her< yesterday from San l''ranolseo on c tour of their territory In the Interest! Of the unions. They leave this after noon over the O. H. & N. for Portland where another meeting will ■be held The members of the local uniot went to the meeting with the flrn Intention of having It out with tin delegates regarding the slighting m the Jocal In the late strike and tin settlement of the same. The girls however, were determined to Jus simply show thos gentlemen thn they had not treated them at al kindly in not givjng them b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 27 October 1903

4 THe SpoKane Press. Wfcllanad Every BVenlng Except Sunday by Ths Press Publishing Company. ■OBZPPS-KcBAB PBBBB SBBTXCS. On* cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cente per month or II Bee year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscriber* trill confer a favor by promptly reporting all casee of poor Be tardy delivery to the offlcs. ettt Front Are. ■Telephone slain 37a, eTeatuffloe Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Ban tern ofrlre: 53 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: IM Hartford building. TV. H. Porterfield. manager of foreign advertising. Ai'i >itortttm—"Thp Dairy Farm." Dowie—Leader and Fanatic. "Comln' from where yon do," said "Ilig Rill" Devery of New York to a Dowleite who sppronrhed him with "Leaves of Healins." "C'omin' from where you do, 1 ain't much stunned, but I II bet the head push of your organisation knows his politics upside down." Bill spoke truly. Fanatic or charletan, John Alexander Dowie succeeds. He la hud of 10,000 souls In his own city...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 27 October 1903

"KID" VAUGHN ELOPES BUT LANDS IN JAIL W hen "Kid" Vaughn, a waiter pugil ist, who has done a battle or two in this city, went out of the business in Elkhart. Intl., last week and eloped with pretty Miss Marjorie Hedenkop, he- received a knockout punch from "KID" VAUGHN. the police department and the irate parents, which has resulted in his be holding instead of a constellation of stars, innumerable bars, behind which he is now languishing. DEAD MAN'S NAME IS NOT LEARNED AS YET "July 6th, commenced work for C. C. Waters." The above entry In a notebook found on the dead body of a middle aired almost toothless num. near Chat taroy. yesterday, may lead to tho identification of the deceased. Fol lowing the entry above named are numerous others which Indicate that the deceased worked for Waters dur ing August and September and re ceived money therefor. Hut there Is rtothUu: about tho man to indicate his name or the address of Waters. Consequently Acting Coroner Stocker MAY GETS A MILLION ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 27 October 1903

Arena- Grid-TracK- Field-Alley-Stream. WON'T GIVE MONROE FIGHT James. J. Jeffrie*, champion heavy weight pugilist of the world, now in New York. He looks in good condition and seems able to defend his title at any moment. Contrary to report* re ceived from Chicago, Jeffries says that he will not give Jack Monroe a chance for a light. "I am through with that fellow," said the champion, "He had his chance to meet me on the coast, but backed out of it. Now 1 will pay no more at tention to him. "The only way he can get a fight with me is to defeat some good men. Why, 1 believe the first man he meets will put him out. 1 aha.! pay no at tention to him." In reference to the FitEsimmons- Gardner fight Jeffrie* picks Fits to w in easily. "All those stories that Fitz and» my self are at outs are ridiculous/ said Jeffries. "We are as good friends as ever. The reason i did not see him in Chicago was because I did not know he was in town." Jeffries says he is in New York to arrange for theatrica...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 27 October 1903

SAVED LIFE OF QUEEN IN HIS PALMIER DAYS CINCINNATI, Oct. 27.-John Me- Qehan, an Englishman, who once saved <Jjneen Victoria from either death or serious injury, was in the police court the other morning. He has been in this country about ten years. He is six feet seven inches tall and towered above everyone else in the courtroom. He was picked up on Monday night for begging on the streets. With a broad Cockney accent he Informed Judge Lueders that before he came to this country be was—a policemen in the county of Lauth in the northern yert of England. He threw himself Upon the. mercy of the court, saying that be was reduced to begging by hunger and that he did not know ne was doing anything wrong. He stood with an erect carriage and head up. His demeanor favorably impressed the New York Mothers. SYRACUSE, N. Y>, Oct. 27.—The New York State Assembly of Mothers began its seventh annual meeting here today with a good attendance of dele gates. Addresses of welcome by Mayor Kline a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 27 October 1903

8 MANY WILL JOURNEY WITH STOCKHOLDERS 1 don't nnow Just how many peo ple will accompany us on our stock holders' trip to Coeur d'Alene City tomorrow." said General Manager A. Bettes of the Coeur d'Alene A Bpo kane electric railway at the Brand hotel this morning. "Invitations have been sent to prominent citizens of the city and the number should mount Sp to about 200. It will be a glorious trip if the weather keeps up as line Ss It is now. "How many of the stockholders? Well, that Is hard to tell. The trip Includes the visit around the summer WASHINGTON PRUNES IN MARKET OF LONDON A. 8. Campbell of Finch & Camp bell, owner of the big Dr. Blnlock farm near Walla Walla, has received s telegram telling of the complete success of the first experimental ship ment of Washington prunes to the London market. Said Mr. Campbell: "We shipped clx carloads of our prunes In refriger ator cars to New York, where they were placed In cold storage aboard Ship. I have just received a cable gram sta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 28 October 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. maraora max* wn> NO. 305. I GIVE MY HAND TO 1 GOD, GIRL PLEADED Pathetic Misery and Awful Confession of Incorrigible Child in Court "Oh, please don't send me up and I will bo good." With those words little Vena Smith, the 14-year-old girl who was under charges of incorrigibility, interrupted Judge Kennan this morning as he was eaying: "Under all the circumstances 1 believe it to be to the best interests to send you to the reform school," The girl burst into tears. Women who knew her were moved to tears. Bo was the father of the wayward child. And, later, in the courthouse corridor, as she was being led away by Deputy Sheriff Butler, she ran to her father and asked him to Bave her from being taken away. Mrs. Ro/.ier. GIBBONS ASKS FOR CARDINAL ROME, Oct. M.—Cardinal Gibbons has taken up the movement for the appointment of a second cardinal for the'Vnited States, and will conduct it to a conclusion. Pope Pius X. has just received from C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 28 October 1903

_9 UNITARIAN CHURCHES ARE ALL OUT OF DEBT At the business session of the Xorth I'acitic Unitarian conference this fore boon reports were received from churrhes at. Portland, Hood River, JTroutdale and Salem, Ore.; Seattle, Everett and Spokane. Wash.; and Hel ena, Great Falls and Rttttc, Mont. The Idaho delegations have not vet arrived. fcvery church iv the conference is re ported entirely out of debt and grow ing. The Spokane church discharged a debt of tHOO during the year and lias paid the pastor and choir promptly. Seven-tenths of the local attendance is composed of men. Judge Henry L Kennan of Spokane eras to have presided at this morn ing's session, but on account of court business yielded the chair to Charles R. Connor of Bpokane. R. W. Wilbur ©f Portland was the presiding sci re- JOS, MORRIS' MARION HOME AND THE UNDERGROUND ROAD 1. —Morris' home and Quaker party on Morris' 05th birthday anniversary. 2. —Old signboard as it ttood in ante war times. 8. -Old corncrib in which on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 28 October 1903

DIDN'T PAY ALIMONY AND CANT DE FOUND 'Amanda Gunn, who recently obtained S divorce from Albert Gunn and was awarded $10 a month alimony by the court, has not been receiving the coin from her erstwhile spouse and sued After the Weevil. \ HOI'STON, Ocfc 28.- Secretary Wil son arrive* here tonight, accompanied by a MM of agricultural exports to spend aft day tomorrow investigating the cotton tield ravages by the 801 l weevil. Telegraphic Briefe. Valiaade, Her.—Seven eectlon killed and n dozen passengers Injured is the result of a collision between the Chl cago Limited and a work train on the Southern Pacific. !• Grande. Ore.—A large Influx of Mormons Is noted In this section of Oregon and farm lands are booming. Plans have been made for n taber nacle In the heart of this city. Seattle. — Claude Arbuekle, who ended his life after an attempt on thnt of Actress Gladys Grey„ has been Identified as the burglar who en tered Judge Burkes house In Sep tember a year ago. Palouse, Wash The 180 m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 28 October 1903

4 THe SpoKane Press. B*sMl*ae4 Every Evening Except Sunday by Ths Press Publishing Company. Bon.rFM Mon.An rnn bzkttcb. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or IS (MS year, delivered by carrier, No frs* ooplee. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all casss of poor mr tardy delivery to ths office «ia Front AT*, etslsphotts If sin 37a. event li fllos Boa 4V. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: II Tribune building. New Tork City. Chicago office: SOI Hartford building. W. H. Porterfield. manager of foreign advertising. SPOKANE—PixIey & Luder's •Tiinoe oi Pilsen." ACniTOßniM—"The Dairy Farm." A Model Speech. I Last week during his visit to Chicago drover Cleveland made an address to the boys of the Armour Institute. The sfaeeeh was a brief one and Is given herewith entire. Said the ex-president: "I am a great stickler for higher education, but I want to tell you that the opportunities today are greater than ever for boys to get a pract...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 28 October 1903

DOUBLE-HEADER GOES DOWN INTO A DITCH BESSEMER CITY, X. C, Oct. 28.- Owing to a looseness of the clamps by which a rail was held in place on the line of the Southern railway near thie city, a double-header freight train fie wrecked and sent into the ditch ie morning. Engineer Tom Petttts was killed, also two Bremen whose names have Hot THE CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE TIME.. NOW; PLACE, ANTWHfiRH WHKIIH THE SPECI'LATORS AND STOCK I"!AMBLERS ARE PLI'NUINU. THE PUBLIC IN THE ROX LACUIIS BECAUSE THE SHOW is PURELY COMEDY. Daniel May Swing Patrolman's Club. It Is rumored at the city hall that Street Foreman Joseph Daniel, whose tenure of office was cut Short, Is to bsceme a member of the police force. with the resignation of officer Peterson a vacancy was caused In tho list of 40 regular policemen and room was made for a special policeman. If Mr, Daniel becomes a member of the force he will be In tho list of specials iiwaltliiK promotion. Ho would serve about half the time dur ing the coming w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 28 October 1903

6 Arena- Grid -TracK- Field-Alley-Stream. ACROSS THE RAINS IN AN AUTO BY JIMMY cri.l.lNS. "Perhaps 1 had mote s&ftd than sense." was the deply of VA . W. Koid bsm. hero of the automobile trip Irani Michigan to Spokane, when asked why he made the long trip in an auto in stead of coming in tie' nag*! fashion. Thereupon Mr. fordham rattled off atory after story of incidents ol tiie trip that would make a less nervy miih than himself go way back to the boule vard and take a train after he was a dn\ - journey cm his win - . No living man has ever before made the trip across the six states via the northern rouie. aud no man has ever before made a record of traveling 830 feet across a railroad bridge on the ties, not knowing what moment iie would lie struck by an oncoming tram end hurled into eternity without a mo ment's warning. This feat was per formed by the daring aut&mobih-t jusl east of the cow-town of Miles City, Mont. 'lie tells the following story of that trip: "I had wait...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 28 October 1903

MINERS TO CELEBRATE JOHN MITCHELL'S DAY WILKKSBARRR, Pa., Oct. 28.-U la apparent that every colliery in the anthracite region will be idle tomor row ami that the mine workers will turn out in a body to celebrate John Mitchell Day. In view of the fact i that the mass of miners would not return to work the day following the celebration and that, moreover, thero would be another holiday on election ORGANIZE TO COMBAT INDUSTRIAL TENDENCY CHICAGO, 111., Oct. 28.—1t is ex pected that the organization of the National Federation of Employers' as sociations, which was begun last month will be perfected at the two days' con ference which opened in Chicago to day. Representatives from local asso ciations throughout the country .ire attending the conference. To combat the teachings of industrial democracy is the avowed purpose of CUNARD'S TRADE BID TO CAUSE RATE WAR NEW YORK, Oct. 28.—The new Mediterranean service of the Cunard line, which was inaugurated today with the departure of the steamsh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 28 October 1903

8 SMASH IN IMMIGRANT RATINGS NOW IMPENDING NEW YORK. Oct. 28.—0f more than ordinary importance and interest is the conference on immigrant traf fic begun here today by the Western Passenger association - and the Trunk Line Passenger committee, That final settlement will lie reached at the con ference is hardly expected, owing tc the complications involved. The controversy is the most serious that has arisen in some years to die turb railroad rates ami the situation has now readied that point where it appears certain that the western pas aenger agents must consent to the ne gotiation of.a new deal or see the har monious relations of several years' Standing completely broken. When the immigrant bureau was es tablished, the eastern and western lines did not get along very happily with Peace in Venezuela. CARACAS, Oct. 28.—Today wns the anniversary of the birth of Simon Bolivar. Venezuela's liberator, and the customary celebration of the event was made memorable by the formal an nouncem...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 October 1903

ONE CENT PER COPT Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. numn max* ars. NO. 306. TWENTY BURNED IN A BLAZING VESSEL Appalling Disasters at Sea- Forty-Four Drowned in Collision BERLIN, Oct. «!».—The Tageblalt reports that the German steamship August, loaded with a cargo of naph tha, was destroyed by fire In mld- Atlantlc. Twenty persons perished miserably in the flames. On account of the Inflammable na ture of the cargo the whole vessel waa aflame in a twinkling. Terrible consternation reigned on board the doomed ship. There was no time for TIMBER FRAUDS ON A BIG SCALE "One of the biggest frauds ever per petrated on this country resulted from the passage of the forest reserve bill," said ex-Congressman W. C. Jones this morning. Mr. Jones' assertion was in connec tion with his views of the timber land frauds that arc now bringing scandal to land offices In Idaho, Oregon and many other western states. Continu ing, Mr. Jones explained: "The special session of congress that convened in 189" was the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 October 1903

3 ■ NEW YORK NEVER SAW SUCH HOT CAMPAIGN NF.W YORK, Oct, 29.—With elec tion lint four days sway, both parties Id the struggle for the control of the government of Greater Now York have taken off their coats and otherwise prepared themselves to make a whirl wind finish to one of the liercest con tests in the political history of the city. 80 intense is the struggle and so deeply interested is the public in the result that even the invasion of Dowie and his lmnd of .1500 followers failed to divert attention from the campaign. Throughout the last ten days the nightly crowds at the political rallies in Carnegie ball, Cooper union. Tam many hall and other meeting places have rivaled in size those that lilled Madison Square garden to satisfy tb-'ir Curiosity by seeing the self-appointed "Elijah II." The Tammany cohorts have centered much of their effort on the republican stronghold of Brook lyn, while the fusionists. on tlie other hand, have been whooping it up on the Lowes last Side and ...

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