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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 19 November 1903

SPORTING NEWS. Some Dope on Canole, Next on Britt's Menu SAN FRANCISCO Nov. 19.—Jimmy Bui.!, who proved himself to be a groat fighter In hit* recant bout with Charles Seiger, is now resting bp preparatory to meeting Martin Ca- J»ole, the new lightweight wonder, from Fall River, Mass. The tibut. Which 1b the next good thing on the pugilistic menu, will take place before the Ctrima Athletic club at Colma next Friday night. Britt was not in jured tn his battle witli Seiger. but. like everybody else who goes a atren aiiUH. distance, he naturally feels a bit reluctant about taking up bis training stunts. Britt if In fine con dition—as everybody noticed at the •mutest the other night. James will duke things easy until tomorrow, al- Inwlug all of the soreness to go out of his body naturally, men lie wilt commence active preparations for his bout with Canole. Britt returned to his training iiuarters at (-'roll's gar dens last night. In the coming buttle the Massachusetts man will have a dec...

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. — 19 November 1903

4 AN OVERCOAT "LIFTER" WHO WAS VERY SMOOTH Koir that the overcoat is so univer sally in demand, the thief who is with out one is surely jn s ,| ( . straits. There arc so man}* ways for "lifting" one of these garments in safetly the bold, bad men are giving police officers ideat] ol work tiling to trace them. This i» especially true with the res agents 01" rat hi ay». The modus operandi o< the purloin st of overcoats on railways ii beat explained by George J, Mohler, gen eral agent of the t). R. ,\ \. vho (luring Ins late trip cast, had an e\- perience with one of these knights. "The operation is simple '' said Mr, Mohler. "On the train on which 1 left Chicago, 1 had laid down my over mat in the deeper. i\ hen h chap walk- GOLD VERY PLENTIFUL UP IN THE LARDEAU Thomtfl Leevell of the Minneapolis! Threshing Machine company returned trom a ten days' trip to Trout lake,! B. ('.. ihi" morning, "here he inspect-1 cd his placer ground on Lardeau creek While there he panned in tine sold o...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 20 November 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cento Per Month. numon maxb era. SECOND YEAR. NO. 12. OLD SOLDIER'S DEATH WAS INDEED VERY SAD The remains of Martin V. Elliott, formerly ari engineer ut the court house, were taken out to Falrmoout cemetery this morning at 10 o'clock ond laid away with little ceremony. Me lived at 709 Hogan street. Elliott was a member of Reno post. A A. R. He formerly resided in pdoscow, Idaho, where he was also a member of tbe local post. He was 67 years of age and has been In de clluhtc.health for several weeks. WkJllum Elliott, son of the deceas ed, )>i telling the story of his father's death, says that the-physician of Re no post, Dr. B. R. Freeman, cruelly neglected his fatlwr In his last mo ments. "On Saturday," he says, "my father was stricken with acute ap pendicitis and complicated diseases at Ills home In Kenwood addition, which adjoin? Lldgerwood park on the north. My two sisters, who have kept house for him, became alarmed and tele phoned to Dr. Freeman ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 20 November 1903

a TKe SpoKane Press. oxokob rmu, Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Presa Publishing Company. TO mar srxraamT Managing sartor. Bcmxrn-u emas nmrnm snTZcra. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or fl •or year, delivered by carrier. No free coplea. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor •r tardy delivery to the office. •16 Front Ays. Telephone Main 370. rostogtee Mow «. a OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: tt Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: IM Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld, msnsger of foreign advertising. SPOKANE—Jefferson fie Angelis in "The Toreador." He Was a Good Son. ■'Honor thy father and thy mother; that thy days may be long upon the land which the J-ord thy God giveth thee." You can almost draw n mental picture of the boyhood and tho manhood of John A. Moom y. New Yorker. He Is dead. In his will he left $1000 t< the College of St. Francis Xavier. New York, for a medal to be aw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 20 November 1903

NOTES OF INTEREST FROM WALLACE, IDAHO f (From our own correspondent.) WALLAt K. Idaho. Nov. 20—In or der to quiet a drunken jamboree .it Wulliin. Deputy Sheriff Williams cru elly heat a Mr. Daley's face With a six-shooter. Daley's head i» luulfy lac erated and may be disfigured for life." .Williams has killed three men since h<* began his so-called practice of offi cial duties. The citizens of Mulhin and Wallace are very indignant over the affair. j The Catholic ladios will open a church fair at the Chant piano store on Cedar and Fifth today, with a large attend once and will continue through the week. The Catholic ludies have plan ned the fair for several months to the end that sufficient money might be raised to improve the Catholic church aud purchase lots for an academy which Jhey propose to build in this city. Woods 4 Keets. whose grocery store : s beside the t'hant Piano house, will contribute 2 per cent of their net profit* for the week to the treasury of the fair. Dr. J. ...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 20 November 1903

4 A Htw Fat Job. ' The mayor and finance committee >t fcpe city council are considering t.ie advisability of appointing a third assis tant corporation counsel to devote bis time to collecting delinquent street grade improvement taxes. This business is mounting into Ihe thousands of dollars, anil unless col lections are kept up the municipality Stands s chance of being a heavy loser, a repetition of the experience when tlie ttaiil times of the early 90'» began. tine plan is to have Ihe work done On a commission basis and another plan is to create s flat salary for the post tion. Mayor Royd said he had decided on no name as yet to recommend for the position. TO TOUR INTEREST. Why use strong or siale breakfast foods when you can get Wheat Man na. Fncle Sam's Rolled Oats Hnd Cen tennial Rolled Oats manufactured fresh dally. Burled Alive. TOVNaSTOWN, O. Nov 20. —Five men working In n sewer 15 feet below the surface were entombed this morning. One body was recovered, another taken out ...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Mont*. iiunon run m. SEt'ONB YEAR. NO. 18. NIGGARDLY POLICY OF STREET CAR CO Refuse to Let the Pupils Have a Half Rate Every Week Day m, ' , c » a DlWiHllitis, politicians have begun fti movement to urge democratic city coun cilmcn not to allow another street car franchise in this city, unless the appli cants are willing to allow all children between the ages of 6 and 18 years to ride for half fare on the 6trcet cars on every day in the week. This action is taken in the belief that it will meet with public approval; that the people are beginning to believe that franchises worth hundreds of thou sands of dollars have been given to the street ear, companies, practically for nothing. 1( is trvie the street oar com panies pay for the paving along a 17- --foot strip in the streets occupied by their tracks, but this expense is merely regarded as a joker. In American mu nicipalities the fact is becoming appar ent to all thinking people .that these fr...

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

ft TKe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. JOKH HUBERT OREUSEX* Managing Editor. SCRtPPS McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or t* 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 offlce. tie rront Aye. Telephone Main 37*. Postofflce Boa 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern offlce: 6S Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: IOC Hartford building. W. ft. Porterfleld. manager of foreign advertising. TONIGHT'S AMUSEMENTS. ssPOKJlNK—Jefferson De Angelis in "The Toreador." ''Standardization." The Harriman railroads aro to bo ".standardized." It Is Intended so to unify tile equipment of 17,00*. miles of railroads that any part of any piece of rolling- stork can be interchanged or replaced from any shop. If part Of an engine or car gives out or is broken anywhere on the "standardised" lines ...

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

WHAT THE FASHIONABLES - - - ARE DOING IN SOCIETY Fartles galore this week! Two and three a day. It has born rhe gayest Week of this fall. If Sunday is the Hrst day of the week, spme of us started out with a party. For a few didn't get home from the charity ball before Sunday began. Did you notice that there were no supernumerary "patronesses" at this ball? There Were n few superfluous floor mana gers, howevef. for I did not see one floor manager take upon himself the task; apportioned htm of making him self of use or useful to others or add ing to anyone's happln%s or welfare In the slightest degree. No strangers were Introduced to other strangers by floor managers. They put on their crysuiithemum and red ribbon and! Bullied forth to entertain — not others. In fact. Mr*. Perks, deserves ull the credit, for she seem ed to have It all on her shoulders and made a success of it. That reminds me that there's a new ■et of yofrng people coming on who .will know how to conduct themselves •l...

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

4 The World's Fair. WASHINGTON Xov. LM l ,imm«J •iotii i Carter of ih.' I.'-'hsi: ii.- Purchase CafVitiitinn osk submitted n import to President Roosevelt showing t tie prog resK made ss the of Ihe e\prn- i Sm of $d.Voon.tKio contributed equaUi ty hy the gthernuwnl and il>c e\p<>- aition company and ihe iil>' of M. Louis. He reports everything excep tionally fn>ernhle. Ihe total amount ei|>ended 10 date for foreign dtsplaj is 17,000,010, being 11350.0D0 more than the entire tfiiripu display in-t nt the Chicago fair Tlie t'nitetl State- gov ernment display will be the largest ever atlelnpted hy nny g-nteriimen*. The Philippine eahibits will be excen tionnlly hue. * HF COULD KAKDIiY OCT UP. P. H. "buffy of AMiley. 111., writes; Trls Is to certify that I have taken two bottles of Foley's Kidney Oire snn It has helped me more than any other medicine.; I tried many advor tlscd remedies, but noue of them gave me sny relief My druggist recom mended Foley's Kidney Cure nnd...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. SECOND YEAR. NO. 14. HANGMAN CREEK BRIDGE GRAFT MAY BE STOPPED Disclosures Point All That Way—City's Actual Contribution Not $25000 |> But $42,500 and Poor Spokane's Treasury Almost "BroKe." Title 8, paragraph 281, (207:11, Cbdc: "It shall be the duty 51 the county commissioners to lay out, discontinue or alter any county roads and high ways, within their respective counties, and to do ALL OTHER necessary acts relative thereto, according to law, EX CEPT WITHIX TIIH LIMITS OF INCORPORATED TOWNS, WHERE, by the Terms ok acts ok in corporation, d 1 HIS 1) KTION OVER THE ROADS IX THK LIMITS OK said WRPORATtONB IS VEST? Xl) IX THE CORPORATE AUTHOR ITIES THKIiK.OK." The foregoing paragraph from the cotlc, defining the duties of county Commissioners, has a direct hearing oti the Hangman's bridge proposition. THE CAR STRIKE IN CHICAGO HAS ENDED CHICAGO, New ra.—Operation of the State street Cable line was un dertaken today for the - ftTßt tim...

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

t The SpoKane Press. Published Kvery Evening F-xrcpt Sunday by The Tress Publishing Company. AH HUBERT GREUSEI. Managing Editor. BCKIPPS-McRAE FRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or 13 per year, delivered by carrier. No fire copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor or tardy delivery to the oflire. 618 Front Aye. Telepboa* Main 373. Poet office Boa 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPFR. Eastern office: 53 Ti ibunc building. New York City. Chicago offlce: I 0« Hartford building. W. H. Porterfield. manager of foreign advertising. AtM»ITt»RII"M->ln«<n A Mason m '•Rudolph aneWMelph." Our Worship of Royalty. It If saddening to see how the tribute paid by the populace of New Tork city to the hotress-bridr. Miss Ooelet, is being almost universally mis Interpreted by the puss of this country. "Disgusting spectacle:'' "Demoralized and demoralising exhibition: "Singular and Insane demonstration!"—these are typical phra...

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

SPORTING NEWS. Battle for the Gridiron Championship of the State All the football teatps are ligrd at practice for the balance of thf time between now and Thanksgiving', when the game will die out for the season. The greatest game will probably be between the Seattle and Spokane high schools on the Seattle Held. The Spokane team seems well nigh In vincible against teams of their own class and have defeated all whom they have played. Of course they met defeat when lined up against tlie big colleges, but they were then out of their class. The game at Seattle will decide the championship of the state —an honor to be contended and fought for by Seattle with all the fierceness pos sible. The Blair Business college was so easy for the high school the latter arc very confident of being able to beat anything in sight. The yellow nnd black works well under Dolph Cooledge, their new captain, He is without doubt the best player of his weight in the northwest and uses his -Jiead and plays hard ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 23 November 1903

4 A DEFENDER OF THE HOLINESS DOCTRINE NKWAAK. \". .1.. Nov. 33. Relig ion-- mile- arc tnnih interested in ■' series of meetings begun today in the Central Methodist church by Mrs. 0«- --sic M. Fitzgerald. 94 years old, motper of lb-hop rttkgersld. The a pur|<o*4 of the meetings, which are to continue through the week, is to refute allega tion*, sgsl to have been made by Moth dists thut the doctrines' taught nt the holiness meetings at th*c Mount Tabor camp meeting ut< und* of the Newark Methodist conference arc herein al. Mr*. Pitrgeralil started the Mount f IRST BAIOON TRIP ACROSS ATIANTIC E. RKt I US. BLACK DOTTED LINK silows nn: ROUTE THE BALOON Is EX PECTED TO TRAVEL. PARIS, Nov. 83. - Three darinj Frenchmen K. Rectus, an eminent geographer; A. Berget, professol id phjsii- at the Sor bonne, ami the well known aeronaut, 1.. ( apazza have after long researches and profound studies, jus! disclosed a plan wherein audacity vies with science. The plan consists of no less an unde...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. nranozrß ka» its. SECOND YEAH. NO. 15. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS WILL BE ENJOINED FROM GIVING AWAY THE PEOPLE'S MONEY-WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT IT The Hangman Creek Bridge Is Nothing More or Less Than a Graft for Half a Dozen of the Big Property Holders on the West Side of the Hollow. BTJIfIiCTIXT. The 'Press has the name of one of the'most prominent property osrners, who announoea his willingness and Intention to begin Injunction proofed tags to prevent the commissioners from carrying out their present polioy of Issuing 925,000 by the oounty, In eaae they Insist on making tha dona tion. Orie hundred thousand dollars worth of bridge to accommodate lese than a dozon big property holders by Increasing the value of their property la the estimate made at tlie court house of the advantage that Is to be gained by building the new high bridge ncroFS Hangman creek at Blxth nvenue. Information gathered In the office of the county assessor would Indicate th...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 24 November 1903

t TKe SpoKane Press. t»ublißhed Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tress Publishing Company. JOHN HUBERT OBIUIEL. Managing Bdltor. SCBXFPS-McBAE PUSS BBBTXCB. One cent per ropy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or JJ per year, delivered by carrier. No free coplee. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor Or tardy delivery to the office. •10 Front Are. Telephone Main 375. e*ostofflce Boa 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office? 68 Tribune building, New York City. Chicago office: 106 Hartford building. W, H. Porterfleld. manager of foreign advertising. AUIRTORU'M-Mason * Mason in "Rudolph and Adolph." Public Ownership Again. In far away Johannesburg the people are preparing for election. There Is the usual amount of ward working and soreness. That part of the alfai is very similar to political work in Spokane. Hut the big feature is this: It Is proposed to municipally control lighting, water supply, sewer; •nd street cats. Both political pa...

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

SAFEBLOWER SIGNED RELEASE WHILE DYING BALTTMORR, Mil., Nov. 24. As the last act in a long career of ciimc, Wil liam Young, a safoblowcr. mortally Wounded while trying to escape from a posse near Charlotte, N. ( .. signed in the highway, where he lay'dying. a legal release of a mortgage which he held upon the properly of his broth er inlaw here. When the rubber saw that his time had come he di-qialch ed one of tlie posse surrounding bin for a justice of the pea. c, and. Under oath administered by that official, and Upon the necessary legal document provided. Young scrawled with his dy-j ing hand the signature that gave beck to his relative here the security lor money which he had loaned him in ' better days. The romance came to light through the prosaic channels of the record of-j flee of the superior court here, for it Sporting News* It Only to Influence the ... Betting on the Fight The stories emanating "from Bob Vit'.Simmons' training camp in Sail Francisco, where he is preparing ...

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

4 MADE A FORTUNE AND SENT FOR LOVED ONES The vet ions experiences and adven tures ol people who come west to grow tH> with ihe country i» exemplified in the rase ot the reunion whi<h occurred nt the Vklori* hotel yesterday when F. A. Mob*»n. after 3a ream' absence. Was reunited to his wife nml daughter, When Mr. Robson first tame Best be dcteiinincd to I ems in nway from hi* earlier kssoriatkn* lot a 1111 time if 1«« did net sin (sed in tusking a fortune Handred* of times he was on the point of making himself independent ;nid to realize bis ambition* and dream-, only to have Dame Fortune frown, mid he Mould be compelled to start all ovei again. Kvcr since coming west he hat been dabbling in mining, real estate nnd, in fait, anything that looked fea sible as nn investment. Hi- venture* STRIKE IN CHICAGO YET CAUSES TROUBLE CHICAGO. We*. 14.—Despite the fact that pence is near In the car Strike, today again opened with vio lence. Dawn, a private detective and copper, guarding the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 25 November 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cento Per Month. HLDIOn XtAtm ITS. SECOND TEAR. ISO. 16. CHAMPION QUEER NAME FOR A SEATTLE BABY SEATTLE, Nov. 2.1— Leon Edward Yukon Seattle No. 1 Woodpile Batt lett is tlie very large and unusual Christian name of the very small SOB of Mike Bartlett, the former Klondik er who shot and killed his wife, the little boy's mother, and is now await ing trial. The small bearer of the big cognomen was, three years old last August, and, no* withstanding the great tragedy, W'jjjcli will ever darken liis life, is one of'the healthiest, happisst little fellows that ever lived, and has only recently succeeded in memorising his own nam?, which was ohosen for him by the crew And 65 passengers of a steamboat on the Yukon river. Mining Camp Fire. (Special to The Press.) WALLACE, Idaho. Nov. 25.—A disastrous fire occurred at * p. nt. Inst night at the Bald .Mountain Min ing & Milling company's mine, seven miles west of Saltese. It started in the bunkhouse and gained...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 25 November 1903

t The SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Presa Publishing Company. ————— „ , — JOHN HTTBEKT OBEUSEE, Managing Editor. ECBXFPS-UcBAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or $3 per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. gubeeribera will confer n favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor or tardy delivery to the office. 618 Front Aye. Telephone Main 375. Voetofllce Box t» OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 63 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: 10( Hartford building. W. H. Portcrtield. manager of foreign advertising. The Skeleton in the Closet, rtememher the Bradley Martins of New York? * You know these whilom ball-give is made unite n noise socially before they went to Europe to live. Weft, Mrs. Mal tin s mother, Mrs. Isaac Sherman, died last week and her passing brings back the story of the shadow on the Martin household. It Is said Mrs. Sherman was the brains of tlie whole Martin aggregatio...

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