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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 October 1903

fiirTi^raoDEir^ THE VATICAN GUARDS i ROME, Oct. 29.-Tlie pope's distaste, lj lie pomp* and ceremony of his posi seta) continues. The other day his temporary disappear 898 created a comrjiotjon, llis holiness, desiring to J walk alone in the Vatican giudenS not followed by a guard, slipped out of his' private apartments. Discovering his absence, the guard was seized with con sternation. For hours the search of' (Jb? gardens by tie guard failed to find the poUjji'f, which added to the commo tion. !■ ir?.*-ly. his holiness wns discov ered in his n p.**tment. where he hud Local Briefs. No doctor like tlie right doctor and BO drug store like the right drug ■tore when you nre Kick. The Red Cross Pharmacy Is the one. Tele phone Main Gl4. ' The Sons of Veterans last night en tertained the Woman's Relief corps and Grand Army. Harry Roaenhaupt made the address of welcome and sev eral musical numbers were on the pro gram of entertainment. Do you want to make good bread, pies and cakes. If so, ...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 October 1903

3 THe SpoKane Press. |%attehsd Bveey Waning Bseept Sunday by The Frees Publishing Oompamy. aCaurva-ateBAB HIM BBSTXOS. One eeat par eepy, era cents par week, twenty-are seats per month or ft gear year, deltvared by carrier. Me free copies. Subscribers will oonfer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor gar tardy delivery to the office. gas front Aye. gfetephoas afaln BTg» OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. ■astern offlcet II Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: K0( Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld. manager of foreign advertising. SPOKAXE-Pixley & I.uder's "Prince of Pilsen." Let Them In! Shall Oklahoma, Arizona and N«w Mexico, the last of the territories, be admitted to the Union as states? Why not? There are plenty of reasons why congress should admit them this winter. J. Population. Oklahoma has nearly 400,000 Inhabitants. New Mexica has over 200.000. Arisona nearly 125,000. Compare Uiese figures with the census returns of the state of Wyoming with lesa than 100,000,...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 October 1903

CNttttf by Witt Death. KEW YORK, Oct. 28-Hie mini shattered through suffering over the death of his sister and mjuriee re ceived by his father, James Edgar. 18 years old, was arraigned today in 1 the First criminal court, Jersey City, tnd held for examination as to his sanity. The Edgar home is nt So. 3 Twenty eighth street. Miss Edgar, a beautiful girl of 21, struck a match yesterday srs) tlte head flew off, setting her dress on fire. Her fa titer rushed te her as sistance. He was badly burned aud she died before young Edgar succeeded In petting out the fire. The boy's grief was intense, and ill day he lay on his face weeping convul sively. He became violent today ami tlie polite were ended. The father is in S serious condition. Pergus rails, Minn.—Captain Mer ger of the Seventh cavalry, former Indian agent at I.ochlnkf, Is Involved in charges of timber fraud In connec tion with the CoßimotrWiglth Lumber irompany, which Is accused of having cut timber from government land. When a s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 October 1903

Arena= Grid =fracK- Field* Alley-Stream. SOME DOPE ON THE POGS Bob Fitzsimmons says he has lost none of his cleverness or hitting powers, despite the fact that lie failed to knock out Joe Grim. Speaking of his con test with the tough Italian, he eaid he monkeyed with him for three rounds, but tried bis best to knock him cut in the kist three, but just couldn't. Bob was sorely disappoint ed because of hie failure to meet Jef fries while in Chicago, ns he was ie sirous to learn if Jeff bore him any ill will. The grand old man of the prize ring will train at San Francisco for his battle with Gardner, and should ft so happen he meets with defeat ne will, so it was stated, open a school of ] physical culture in Chicago. A* yet there lias been no betting on the tight. Alderman Zimmerman of Milwaukee Jrresented a resolution in the coun.'il est week requesting the mayor and chief of police to prohibit prize fights, boxing exhibitions and sparring matches. Tlie game in the Cream City bas bee...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 October 1903

Long Complaint ! 'An unsually long complaint was filed In the superior court this morning in nn action commenced by George Helm, Uamaa Kate, Peter Clancy, Bert Hart- Bon, Robert Rice and James Strange against Krang Ranger and the Klk ■Mercantile company to declare liens Upon cordwood cut from Ranger's land Hear Dry creek. It taken 25 type written pages to tell the troubles of Ihut sextette, exclusive of the pages ©f copies of Hens filed as exhibits. rrhe;<defendant company appears in tho fcase because of the allegation that it shipped the wood from the land in Bueejun, I'lf six men claim to have worked a (Various number of days ami different amounts have been paid to each on account. During the summer and early fall they cut 164 cords of four-foot .■wood and 82 cords of short wood. Holms „sks for $61.94, Katz for $48.21, Clancy for $27.27, Hart son for $19.64, Itice for $12.87. and Strange for $4.25, nil in personal judgment against Ran ger, who is also asked by each for $T> f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 October 1903

8 PLUMBERS ON A STRIKE WHICH CAME SUDDENLY After s meeting last night, lasting nntil 12 o'clock, the members of the plumbers' union of the city reached a decision to make a formal demand on their employers this morning and to go out oh strike until the latter arriv ed at a decision as to whether or not they would accecd to the demands of the union and grant the increase in wages asked. This increase amounts to CO cents per day. Tbe plumbers are now receiving $5 per day. The demand came as a great surprise to the employing plumbers, as they bad not so much as an inkling of the intentions of the union to make a de mand for increased salaries. The master plumbers of the city have already contracted for thousands of dollars worth of work, which if no decision is reached immediately, will be effectually tied up. Coming as the demand does at this time of the year, when there are so many people in need of plumbing, the master plumbers, may be said to be confronted with the most difficult p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 30 October 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. nunon mot era. NO. 807. TRAIN TAKES LONG AND FATAL FALL Disaster on Santa Fe Is the Work of Human fiends FOWLER, Col., Oct 10—That there wns not a frightful story of loss of life as the result of what le evidently the work of flendisli crimi nals Is little short of a miracle. Aa It le the Bantu Fe Flyer, east bound. Is a hopeless wreck, and the engineer, John Drown, Is dead. The train was speeding along very rapidly when It reached the bridge which spiins Aaptah creek. The bid of the creek Is fully 100 feet below 60 THOUSANDS ARE TO STRIKE CHICAGO, Oct. SO.—A strike of 60,- --inborcrg in tlie stock yards of Chicago, Bt. Lcuit, Kansas City, St. Joseph, Omtha and St. Paul is among the prob abilities for next week, according to a telegram from New York today, tlen «ial Organiaec EHchelberger of the Anialgniuated Hutcbers' union of North Aniealra conveya tho newa. It anya the strike will probably be railed tr sympathy with the 2000 sau sage...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 30 October 1903

j BOY PREACHER SPEAKS WITH HIGH AUTHORITY Nine-year-old Lontile Lawrence Dennis, the mulatto boy evangelist, delivered a telling philippic against the wiles of the adversary, Old Nick, last night at the African M. E. church. Third avenue and Brown atroet. and swayed the major part of the mixed crowd, which had come largely out of curiosity to see the "kid preacher, into an ecstasy of religious fervor. The house was srowded to suffocation and many who tame late were turned away. After an Introductory song service. In which the negroes present joined with characteristic fervor, 'Samuel ihe Second" appeared, a pretty pic ture In his white kilt, which ac- T.ONNIE LAWRENCE DENNIS. scntuated the glossy blackness of the lalo of ringlets that clustered about lis earnest face, handsome withal. The preachers on the rostrum, old- Itmers though they were, seemed con- Itderably flustrated as to the method Let Elk Escape. KEW YORK, Oct. 30.-The fence at Saranac lake inclosing the 18 elk pre lente...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 30 October 1903

ESTIMATE EXCAVATION FOR THE NEW VIADUCT Following Instructions from the apecial meeting of the city council last night, the council's committee on Streets visited the viaduct under the Northern Pacific tracks on Washing ton street this morning to consult with adjoining property owners and estimate the amount of excavating that woi.Ttl be necessary to permit the trolley cars of the Spokane Traction Company to pnss under the tracks. \ The committee was Informed that the present grade of the street is about one foot nnd a half higher than normal, and thnt an extra three feet will have to be excavated, to give the Btreeet car company n:' mucli space as Is desired under the railroad trucks. it was agreed by mo committee to have ISngineet Gill prepare plans CHINESE MURDERERS FALL ON RUSSIANS FiiCTU.TTT, Oct. 30.—Meagre details hove been transmitted of a fight be tween an armed band of Chinese and a small party of Russian soldiers and citizens at the Manchurlun station of Fulardl. Accordin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 30 October 1903

4 TKe SpoKane Press. tfabllabod Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. ■oaxpps-Memajg run snnom. One cent per copy, alz rente per week, twentr-flve cents per month or *l par year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor Be tardy delivery to the offlca. •M Promt tn. CMephoß* Main 378, ttwaceslas Box «. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 12 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: ■•( Hartford building. V. H. Porterfield. manager of foreign advertising. The Ohio Campaign. Just now Cleveland. Ohio. Is the political storm center of the country. In some of the states where the people are barely aware that a po litical campaign is being waged there can be little realization of the #mount of enthusiasm and red lire that Is being burned In Ohio. Oddly enough, all the four prominent candidates—llanna and Clark for the senate nnd Johnson and Herrick for governor—are citizens of Cleve land. Th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 30 October 1903

EACH DAY A LETTER FROM A DEAD LOVER tVEYV YORK, Oct. 30.-Marked with I the stamp of the United States post- j office in Manila, .worn by six weeks of 1 journeying over tlte sens, precious let- | ters come almost daily to Miss Sarah 1 Letihart of New Brunswick N. J.— titters from one who is dean. The writer she last saw two years ago—Paul Morris Gavat of Clarksburg —just out of Rutger's college, stalwart, 1 handsome and very much in love with her. The closing commencement daya at Rutger's had marked the climax of their romance and when be left for the Philippines to engage in educa tional work she had promised that time would not efface her love, and that she would wait in faith and confidence for his return to her. For almost two years lie had been DRANK CARBOLIC ACID AND HORSE MEDICINE SPRIXOFIELD, 0., Oct. M.—"Hera Is the bottle, I will never need it again," said Mrs. Fannie Shatter this morning as she entered tlte kitchen nnd threw it on the floor. "I drank all of it and I am goi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 30 October 1903

Arena- Grid -Track- Field-Alley-Stream. WITH THE PUGDOM LADS Willie Mack, the Brooklyn feather weight, is nfter a match with any 01 the good 130-pound men in the game. Mack says he is tired of giving way weight, and will confine himself to men in his class from now on. Hivle. Smith, Ifaharg, or any of the Philadelphia ftatherwighta will suit Mack. "Billy" Madden, the manager of On* Rnhlin. the Akron heavyweight, who recently returned from the Pacific coast, is out after a match for l!u!i --]in with "Jack" Munroe, the Hutte miner. Madden will back Ruhlin against Munroe for from six to 20 rounds before any club that will give them a chance to ( lash anil bet Munroe from $1000 to $5000 that Ruhlin can beat him. NEW YOTIK. Oct. 30-Delerminrd not to be ignored. Jack Munroe has written n reply to .Tim .leffiies' crit icism of his course, in which he denied that the champion could bent him with one punch, and defended the story of his successful bout with the boilermak er in Hutte. Regardi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 30 October 1903

HOT CAMPAIGN IN NEW YORK ENDS TOMORROW ajWBTW YORK, Oct. 30.—The mu nicipal political campaign will prac tically end tomorrow night and Inter est In Tuesday's election is at fever , heat. While the Issues Involved In the contest are purely local the re sult can not but be of national In terest and Importance. A clean and honest city government Is In reality the only Issue Involved and the ques tion Is the same that has been fought out or is being fought out In many ■if the chief municipalities of the country. The fusion government, composed Of both democrats and republicans, la desirous of an opportunity to con tinue the work of reform, while Tammany, the controlling element In the democratic party of New York city, ts fighting with-might and main to regain control of the city gov ernment which It lost two years ago ou the election of Mayor Low and the fusion ticket. In the present contest the republi cans and the Citizens' union, the latter organization being composed of the Indepe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 30 October 1903

8 TO HOLD NO INQUEST IN JOHN LADD CASE Justice Stocker, who is acting cor oner during tlie absence of Coroner Smith, this morning decided to hold no formal inquest over the remains of the late John Ladd, who died as n result of falling into an excavation at Riverside avenue and Division street, because he saw no legal reason for action. Said Judge Stocker: "I have l>een holding off this matter in the hope of finding something defi nite upon which to base action. I have given my own time to investigat ing the facts of the case so far aa known, and have had officers looking into the matter. Edward F. Aunts and Ralph Smith, two of the three men who heli>ed the deceased out of the trench, have been seen. One says that he thinks that Mr. Ladd said aoniething about being struck. Smith says thai he did not hear such a state ment, but to the contrary. Mr. Ladd observed that he thought he was not Mr. "Ptt-k—My but I've been having a streuous time. I'ncle Sam—What's the matter? Mr. Dick...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 31 October 1903

ONE CENT PER COPT Twcatr-Fhre Cents Per Month. NO. 308. DEATH INSTEAD OF " A FOOTDALL GAME \ ' .Sixteen Students of Purdue Killed in Wreck at Indianapolis INPTANArOMB, OK 31.—One of the most terrible and lamentable rail-] road accidents that has occurred In the middle west In many years was | that by which a special train on the Klg 1 ?our was wrecked at Holton Place, within the limits of this city' this morning:. As a consequence of the disaster, lfi of the best known students of. Purdue university are dead, and it is! believed that many more are also! crushed and hidden beneath the de-j bris. Of the seriously injured, a number of whom will die, the names of 12 have been learned. This list' Is growing as the details of the holo caust are gathered. ITp to the hour of noon 16 dead bod los had been taken from the! wreckage, and It is almost a certainty that a number of others are yet to. be taken out. j Almost all of those, who were in WILL ERECT A FINE BUILDING A general desire on (h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 31 October 1903

r The SpoKane Frees. MM Sverr •natag Sam* Outer *T The Freaa Publi«hln» Company. ©*e oMlt per copy, etx centa per week, twentr-UVe cents per montk or M pV par, CMtvered by carrier. No free ooplee. . fcMwfcin will confer a favor by promptly reporting all eaaea of poo* ■P %arty Mtreqr to tke office. SnLSm* ATk OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. ■aatern office: I* Tribune building. New Tors City. Chicago office: IP* Hartford building. V. H. Porter field. manager of foreign advertising. Help for Crippled Children. A state commission, appointed by the governor. Is looking up Ohio's little cripples. A preliminary canvass, through school enumerators, shows that there are at least 1700 lir need of care, half of whosi are unable to attend school. This startling discovery has caused a thorough Investigation to be set on foot. As complete a list as Is possible Is to be made of the helpless little ones In order that Adequate provision may be made for titem. The gtate proposes to found a home for them. Here i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 31 October 1903

BOvVftf HOOK UU!« | |RU H. AdaftU «p3 W. J. McK«and, j fefjMasnt and secretary e { the Little. EM mine of tbe Federal group, in' Kto Rock Cut distrfot, state that ißsfles Bros, are Ming a diamond drill Kfo the property and ascertaining the •jrt»nt of the ore bodies. A oontract Jrw shortly be let for extensive work iQB their tunnel. Olair Hunt, United States mineral •ufveyor, in conversation with a ren resentative of Tile Press ptatcd that lie believed that section of the coun- Irjr to be one of the Best in the north-1 Xreet. Said Mr. Hunt; "When that section was first dis jCQWred to be so highly mineralized, twnjr good properties were located and •rtfce shipping ihjnc. Owing to the'' distance in which the ore had to be fiaaled by wagmis, ft was found that \lt would not pay to proceed with fur ther development. Therefore, work Was discontinued for a time. "Now that the Washington A (ireat Northern railroad has built into the camp there has been a general resump tion of work and the L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 31 October 1903

r ON ALLEYS m When it comes to howling an even , •core of just so many pin* ami no more the sore thumb elub of Spokane is shout as handy is a cub bear play ing football or the c ity "Council making their ordinance* averse to the interest of the saloon men pass. Nearly 60 excellent howicrs tried for | the'cash prizes altered at the toenr d'Alenc alleys last oiglit and only one man succeeded in drawing down I It prize. l)olph ('ooiedge bowled an even score of 15(1 and therein copped pin money to llie amount ol ile joolifil rrnl chest\ about it. t«i>. when lie saw thai he iv.i« the only one in the money, lie deserves all the credit coming, as no more diflicult trick ex ists than to how! and e\en score when you want to. These prize contest- are a great help to the game, ami Owney I'atton is ;o be congratulated on bolding such a successful night's entertainment. The fun was in the watching of tin* earn est attempts of the other fellow t" make his even score. In attempting to draw down...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 2 November 1903

ONE CENT PER COPT Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. minion mizx m NO. 309. SLOT MACHINES TO PAY A BIG LICENSE City Officials Decide That Owners Must Put Up $10 a Quarter Aft merchandise slot machines In thin city will have to pay a quarterly license of $10 to the city. This decision was arrived at today during a consultation between Mayor Boyd, Chief of Police Woydt and As sistant Corporation Counsel Connor. It is said the mayor has been care fully investigating the cigar an<J other merchandise slot machines of PEDAGOGUES AE EHE INSTITUTE Pour hundred teachers and friends Of educational work thronged the high •chool assembly hall this morning at the opening of the teachers' institute. An hour was taken up in enrolling and getting acquainted, after which there was a short assembly and then the teachers attended the special sections which appealed most strongly to their individual tastes. Rev. B. K. ,Utz of the Christian church opened tiitt assembly with prayer. President TT. M. Shafer ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 2 November 1903

a THe Spohane Press. t*ubilnhcd Kvcry Kvenlng Kxcept Sunday by The Tross Publishing Company. <>!»<■ cent JKT copy, si* cents per work, twenty-live cents per month or V; per >h»r, delivered by carrier. No free copies Subscribers *111 confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor or tnnly delivery to the otlice. •16 Front Ave. Telephone Main 375. Po.tofflce Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern « ♦>: 53 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago oflici 1(»G Hartford building. \V. H. Porterfleld. manager of foreign advertisinj SPOKANK- 'Sis Hopkins. Wanamaker's Victory. Of more than passing interest is the recent acquittal of John Wana* maker of Philadelphia on a charge of slander based on his outspoken cam paign speeches made in IM'S. In the speeches Wana maker made some startling and bold charges against the Quay machine. He specified in particular the corrupt printing jobs. He was thereupon sued for slander. The trial was postponed on one excuse cud another until...

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