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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 2 November 1903

LONDON ELECTIONS in Progress today IjONDON. Nov. 2. —It is something of a coincidence that election** are being held almost simultaneously in London and New York, the two great est cities of the English-speaking world, and it is especially noteworthy that in London, as in New York - , thorp Is an active non-partisan movement, independent of the great national parties, and looking «nly to the im provement of the affairs of the peopl \ The election In London for the choice of a city government is being hel l today-. The chief issue is the promotion of the .schools and action by the city government for improv ing the condition of the working classes, the former measure being made the more prominent. The division is between the moder BIG POLITICAL POT IS BOILING BRISKLY TV\T/TTMOTIE, Md., Nov. 2.—The Maryland political cont« t which ends dt the polls tomorrow is one of the most interesting of the entire coun try. The election in this city and state will be one of the largest ever held. ...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 2 November 1903

.4 WATER RECEIPTS ARE HEAVILY INCREASED The water receipts of the eity fur the month of October were 13 per rent Kreater than (hiring the corresponding month last year. The receipt* come from the first irnter district, that part of the city cast of Division street. City Treasurer Kftjilcston attributes this increase to the many new house* that have been built in Spokane during the year. The total receipts for the month suhl ended were $11,626.25. against $10.- 11" collected during October, 1902. T)ie RELEASED FROM ASYLUM COMMITS AWFUL DEED WASHINGTON', Nor. 2-Fearful Jesuits have followed the mistake of officials of an insane hospital in liber sting Louis Mortfeld of St. Louis, who was supposed to be cured. Mortfeld was a prominent contract or. Business worries and a weakened constitution operated in conjunction to dethrone his reason, and fce was com mitted to .in asylum. After remaining RET RY NYE Detective Martin Burns told a good racing story to a party of race horse men yesterd...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 3 November 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY twenty-Fire Cents Per Month. minon aunt rra. - HO. 310. HER INDIAN LOVER HIDES MRS. SMALL A Heroic Daughter Travels ' Hundreds of Miles % After Mother hope tt> flnfl my mother: I will bring her home and effect a reconcili ation with my father, Mother left four children and ran ft way with a bad mfth. I am tho oldest girl," These startling words, spoken by Emma Small, aged only 17, summar ise a life's tragedy. The daughter, turned detective, has been following clues over all this western country. Emma's money has practically given out at Spokane, but she Is determined to press on. She believes that her mother is in hiding hero, or la the Vicinity. That ft white wtfa should elope *rlth ft quarter-blood French-Indian one of the mysteries Of human nature. Mrs. Small, who had ft charming home, eloped at Oswego, Ore., August 13. Her paraipour Is Frank Slice, a man who lifts the reputation of shooting up the town. Us Is neither witty, wise nor rich. It Is alleged that ...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 3 November 1903

The SpoKane Press. published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. ■CBXPPS-KcKAE VUM IEBTICI. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twentv-five cents per month or $3 year, delivered by carrier. No free copies, 0 Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor »r tardy delivery to the office. 91* Front A.T*. Talaphona Main 375. fraatoSca Bos 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Kastern office: 53 Tribune building. Now York City. Chicago office: 106 Hartford building. W. H. Portcrfleld. manager of foreign advertising. Fair Play for the Young Man in Spokane. FAIR PLAY! FAIR PLAY FOR OUB YOUNG MEN! The crusade li«w under way by Mayor Boyd against the obscene picture machines de ■ertres the support of every honest man; certainly, of every father and •lother with a glowing family. The mayor is on the right track. SPOKANE OWES IT TO HERSELF, AS A COMMUNITY, NOT TO MULTIPLY THE TEMPTATIONS, THE SNARES SET FOR THE YOUNG MAN S FEET. The nasty picture machine...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 3 November 1903

1 Tfortd (rt Sports Seei Tbroifh Expert's [yes Cans Narrowly Escapee a Long Trip Into Plpeland ' 'At Philadelphia yesterday a com paratively unknown tlghtei* outpoint ed J'io Oans, the champion light weight. He didn't send the 'black into plpeland, nor. even give , him the dreamland ticket, but, just the same, the new Philadelphia boxer fought tha "cullud" boy till he didn't really know what he was up against and bad visions like Joe Orlmm, the brain less pug of Philadelphia, when Klta ■lmmmiH wan walloping him. Some thing s fir ply was wrong with Joe-Joe, the black face boy. Gail*, as Is well known, Js there with the gay rags •nd the swell toggery and perhaps Instead <bf training a bit he's been Strutting around in his favorite suit —the one with the light square* the •lie of those In the pavement. Any ,-Way, Joe was brushing the cobwebs from before his eyes before the end of the six-round bout and In the meantime was stopping all the over land swings from the Philadelphia!!. Qe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 3 November 1903

aL IplMlll IN But It's True! I You'd hardly believe that any kind of a sale ''would continue to draw big crowds of buyers during its third week, and no sale ever did before. j|But our tremendous Room-Making sale is different. It does bring them. And the reason •is plain: We give them more for their money than they ever got at any kind of a sale before. Listen: We Must Have More Rooml i Two Big Blanket Bargains 15 Pore M Blankets, 53.79 | ■ T r A line of strictly all wool blankets, full 10-1 size, and S * Very superior finish; in white only; an oppor tunity not to be overlooked; a rare value ttT \M at J5.00; sale price «.«.*4® ® \1 Silver dray Blankets, 13 J A beautiful blanket, very soft and fluffy; In silver gray Cnly; all wool; full 10-4 size, and sold everywhere at 17,00 and 17.50; flj Q our price, only.~ Ladies' New Sweaters tYe liave sust received by express a consignment of ladies' Sweaters, the midwinter styles; a large assortment of pretty designs. See them in the window on ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 4 November 1903

ONE CENT PER COPT Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. nunon uaxm am NO. Sit. DUKE DEATH'S NIGHT OF CRIMES Sensational String of Rob beries Traced to Him—ls Under Arrest ■boring depredations of Puke Death-1 ridge in the darkness of last night I were followed by summary swiftness on the part of the police and Deputy KherifT Jim Hone this morning, and Duke is in the toils of Marshal Pale of Reardan to be returned to this city liy Deputy Sheriffs Pugli anil Butler. Duke ran a kaleidoscopic gamut of crime and did stunts after midnight which would credit a lightning change artist. At 2 o'clock this morning word reached the police station tliat two saddles had been stolen from the Klon dike stables. First avenue and Jeffer son street, a few minutes before. At 3 o'clock word came that Deathridge A SPECTACULAR CABLE ACCIDENT KANSAS CITY, Nov. 4.—Miss Nellie Luseombe was killed, 11. Wat kins was fatally Injured, and 33 other persons were painfully and seriously hurt here this morning as the result o...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 4 November 1903

3 THe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Excen Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. lOKZPFI ItcEAI PUn BBmTICB. One cent per copy, six couts per week, twenty-five cents per month or Jli per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor or tardy delivery to the office. •16 Front At*. Telephone Main 375. VoitoOca Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 53 Tribune building. Now York City. Chicago oglce: 106 Hartford building. \V. 11. PorterfWld, manager of foreign advertising. Be Sure to Vote "Yes!" VOTE "YES!" We pride ourselves on being a city of homes. If it became widely known that Spokane would not build any new schools for several years, the present generous tide of desirable home-buying newcomers would cer tainly turn toward a city that offered better chances for the chcildren. The taxpayer, least of all. will not be benefitted by deferring the bond issue. Without the new schools we might as well sh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 4 November 1903

The florid ol Sports ken Through fiptrfs [yes. J. Jeffries and Corbett - Shako Hande In Gotham Champion Jim Jeffries and Jim Corbett met and shook hands last week in New for the first time ■ince their great battle In San Fran cises a few months ago. ~ Corbett Is shewing af. Proctor's Twenty-third Street theuter this week, and Jeffries, anxious to hear the ex-champlon's new monologue, went to the .performance accompanied by his represeittative. Joe. Eagan, Joe Maxwell and a number of friends. Tliey occupied a box close to the 1 stage, and an noon as Corbett came 'on to do his "turn" he walked over to the box ..and bending over shook Jeffries by the hand. In an instant the house was in an uproar. The Audience loudly applauded both pugi lists and yelled for Jeffries to make a speech. Corbett informed the spec tators that Jeffries was a poor speechmakcr and asked that he be ex cused. After repeated cheering Jef fries got up in the box and bowed his acknowledgment*, but failed to sajr a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 4 November 1903

4 HELD GREAT NORTHERN TRAIN FOR TWO HOORS filic is a prominent professional Kotiwn of this elly. luts gained she kels and fame in her calling but did not realise until It'was all over that •he is the only person in the north west who has yet been able to lioltl ui> the Great Northern railroad sys tem for two hours. The holdup occurred a few days ag<-. The lady boarded the overland flyer In this city for her ranch, which is near th*» Little Spokane. Her nearest station to the ranch is a depot two larger .than a dry goods box. and the overland trains stop at the station. Milan, only when passengers notify them to stop in advance. On the day referred to the flyer was two hours late. Mrs. pur cehased her ticket, notified the con ductor to let her off at Milan, and took up a newspaper. When she glanced up the train was passing Mi lan at a mile a minute clip—making up the lost time. Mrs. quickly found the con ductor and said: "Why didn't you stop?" "I forgot. You can get off her« an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 5 November 1903

ONE CENT PER COPT Twenty-Fire Gents Per Month. NO. 312. ROBERT GOELET IS TO WED SHOP-GIRL Brother of May Will Marry Daughter of a Ghop House Man NEW YORK, Nov. B.—The old ftdage that "love levels all ranks" has again been proved, and Incidentally, the "400" of New York and Newport has today received one of the great est shocks that has come to it in many years. Almost on the eve of the wedding of his beautiful sister May to the duke of Roxburghe, young Robert "DRINK DID IT" DUKE'S DEFENSE The Trees had a long talk with Duke Deatherldgc this morning In the county Jail, asking him for his own explanation of his life of crime. The boy Is 111 terrible shape. His body shakes as though with palsy, Mh cheeks have tlie hue of death; ho can scarcely .peak above a whisper. In spite of his sufferings, Duke seem ed pleased to consider his own case, as follows: "What brought you to your present wrecked condition, Duke Deather- Idge?" "Drink did It," "How long have you been drinking. Duke?" "Off ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 5 November 1903

* THe SpoKane Press. published Every Evening E*cept Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. lOUm-McEU HUM IBBTIOa, One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-live cents per month or t3 per year, delivered by carrier. No frc« copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor 0» tardy delivery to the office. Sit Front Ave. *«l»phoue Main 379. PoStoKc. Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Kaatorn office: 53 Tribune building, New York City. Chicago office: U( Hartford building. VV. H. Porterfleld, manager of foreign advertising. SPOKANE—James Neill and compan In "A Gentleman of France." AUDITORIUM—"Yon Yonson." Duke Deathridge, Outlaw, at Last Thinks. "The police bar* hounded me everywhere!"—Deatheridge. Soke Deatheridge. itud up. We are clod to notice that yon are at last beginning to think. There mnat be some food In yon yet, Duke, else yon would not, at thia late date, begin taking notice of the working* of society. The police system, Duke, waa made by aociety...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 5 November 1903

Die World ot Sports Sen Ih# txpert's Eyes. Cassldy's New Style of Starting at Naw York William C. Whitney is a stunch admirer of Starter Cassldy's method tft skirting the horses at the Aque- track. Mr. Whitney Is so much im pressed with Cofßldy's style Of starting the; horses that he says he hopes it will be adapted by all the tracks' next summer. Mr. Whitney accompanied Starter Cassldy over to the post at bugle call for the'second race and watched him send the horses off. When Mr. Whitney returned to the judge's stand be said. v "It Is a great Improvement over a •tandlng start. Under Mr. Cassldy's method all the horses are In motion When the barrier la released and they catch their- strides quickly. I have ordered one of Mr. Cassldy's gates to be shipped to the winter Quarters at Aiken. S. C„ so- that the yearlings OMy bo taught how to start under tlio new style." Mr. Whitney says he will sell all hig racehorses in England. Among the list is the Amerlean-bred 2-year- Old colt Hands...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 5 November 1903

H* Forftd a Chtck. Some gii.ive young man, with taking habits and manners blow into the quiet little village of Roekford on the first of the month, made consider-1 able talk, and before he left, the quvet cf the town whs distui bed vastly, A» the result, Fred Kennedy, who jras so confiding as to ca>h a check for the young man from the city, is now mournfully beholding a hole in 1 is day's receipts, with a predominating feeling of the man who wished he might be so constituted that he could without too great inconvenience give himself one severe kick —and where it VMld hurt. 1 It iuj|ieare that the clever young rtmi in question posed as John \V. Wood, proprietor of the Brook salooiv, in I thii, scitv. and so ingratiated himself into the good graces of Kred Kennedy | of Rocktord that he cashed a check <>n the Traders' Xational bank amount ing to $15. Of course, when the check was received by the \>ank it was dis honored. and an investigation showed the forgery to be very po...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 6 November 1903

ONE CENT PER COPT Twenty-live Cents Per Month. NO. 313. GIRL SEEKS LAW'S POWER TO AVENGE High School Pupil, Aged 17, * Tells Pitiful Story to Justice Hinkle. fVilliam Cooler, an electric lineman. 22 yon I'M of age, well known through out the city, is in juil charged with the seduction of Dora Howes, a beau tiful 17-year-old school girl, who came to this city from her home in W'enat chee Inst {September. (ioelor was arrested last night in liia rooms in the Vendomc lodging house, Sprague avenue near Washington street, by Detective Alexander Mc- Donald. The technical charge in the warrant was "seduction under promise «f marriage." Today the charge was changed to rape, the girl being 17 years of age. Dora Howes' story of the alleged du plicity of Goeler which she told (o Justice Hinkle last night was the most pathetic tale of misplaced conli deuce the court has heard in many years. LICENSES FOR THE COAL LAND It Is unauthoritatively stated today that several Spokane men have se cured the...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 6 November 1903

• - i THe SpoKane Press. published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. SCUm-HcKAI PUSS BXBTTCB. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-flve cents per month or $3 ptr year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all eases of poor Pt tardy delivery to the office. HI Proat At*. Telephone Main 378. PostoSce Boa 1 OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: S3 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office; 106 Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld, manager of foreign advertising. SPOKANE—James Slelll and compan in "A Gentleman of France." AI DITORII-M—' Yon Yonson." A Chance for International Love-Making. Yes, it would be a grand thing for Spokane were Canada annexed to the United States. But— The newspapers, over nil the western states, are at present devoting Column after column to the alleged Information that Canada is anxious to Join fortunes with the United States. It may be that the Canadian Pacific rail...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 6 November 1903

Ik Vorld ol Sports Seen Ttaoofh Expert's Eyes. New Team Working at the Coeur d'Alene Alley# ' The bowllhg team of the Coeur H'Alene alleys for the coming month (s made up of some of the|best bowl ers in this part of (lit country and ■till there are some In the club who can give those on the team a good run for their money at Ttny time. These latter have expressed their in tention of going after the team and toy the end of this month If the pres ent team can not keep up Its gait Some of them will be ousted in a hurry and next month the lineup will | no doubt present an entirely different lot of names. Interest la keen all 1 around the city and the bowling game Is very extensively patronized. "Dutch Jake," the inimitable. Is enthusiastic on the proposition of alleys and is now building four more. These are well on the way to com pletion. It has not been decided on a date as yet for the Walla Walla contest. fThe best bowlers of that city will roll the best In Spokane an'd the hon or of...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 6 November 1903

4 Looal Briefs. • l Alice Johnson wag yesterday given ft divorce by Judge Kcunan from Jo seph Johnson. the couit giving n- 1 freight to Johnson's charges in a croix complaint. Do you want to make good bread, plea and cakes. If ao, use "Gold Prop" flour. Every sock guaranteed. Due to the effects of the storms in the Cascade mountains the Northern I Pacific train due hei« this morning, at 8:30 was delayed over five hours. : Valla. Valla. Valla, VUlla. R.tteT I than the best 5c cigar, at Watson j ft rug Co., tlranlle Mock.' In a circular. which has bePn issued i fiy Superintendent A. Reamer of the Northern Pacific, instructions ate given the employes of the line who have po sitions in the passenger operating do-] partment. cautioning them with regard j to the handling of the acetylene lamps t of the Burlington trains, which is new] to Northern Pacific passenger men. The Club Cafe always tn the lead. ' Our 25c merchants' lunch with beef or wine from 11:30 to 2 p. m. as good BS ever. Hea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 7 November 1903

ONE CENT PER COPT Twenty-Five Cento Per Month. NO. 815. WAYWARD PRINCESS IS NOW GOING INSANE Louise of Saxony, Mad with « Grief, Rapidly Losing Her Mind. TARTS, Nov. 7.—The tragic denoue "Jf'it of a mad infatuation is soon to lie realized. The Princess Louise, wiio recently attempted suicide, says Rap CALL NATIONAL STRIKE TODAY NEW YORK, Nov. ".—President Huhcanan Han iKNued n general older today for a nntionnl strike of tlie in ternational association ot' bridge and structural iron workers. The strike will tie ehiefly centered in this city, because of the failure of recognition lor local No. 2 here. ' CHICAGO, Nov. 7.—No official no ONDOWA INN OPENS TO ITS PATRONS TONIGHT "I want to see nil the people who can take the time come out to the opening of the Ondawa Inn tonight, and I will guarantee their eyes will be opened not a little." Bo said Cap lain McClelland this afternoon as he conversed of the successful comple tion of the Inn. "Furthermore," he continued, "It Is not to be run...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 7 November 1903

« THe SpoK&ne Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. icufn-Mcui nin sebtxcs. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-Ove cents per month or $!f per year, delivered by carrier. No tree copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor or tardy delivery to the office. 016 Front Art. Titopkou Main 379. JPO#tO«IC« Bos 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 53 Tribune building. Nejir York City. Chicago offica: 106 Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld, manager of foreign advertising. TOVIQKTB AXTBBKSVTB. SPOKANE—James Neill and compan in "A Gentleman of France." AI'UITOKII"M—"Ton Yonson." T he Same Old Search for Happiness. Is the end of life to be happy? It seems to be the old, old search. .<f -» • >i,d happiness is sought iir strange ways. One man finds it at the cannon's mouth, winning fame. Another man is happy, preaching the gospel. Still another discovers it in making money. Others search for happi...

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