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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 25 November 1903

EVENTS OF INTEREST IN WALLACE, IDAHO I WALLACE, Ida., Nov. 25.-The first peach raised in northern Idaho, the product of K. E. Horst's orchard, was presented to R. E. Seysler of the Tri bune yesterday. Mr. Horst has but two peach trees and because of the, early frost was unable to raise mote than the one peach. Alfred Hutch, ex-manager of the Hunker Hill mine at Wardner, and one of the heavy owners of the Silver King spine of the same place, is in town jfoday. It is understood that he is acre on an important raining deal, in volving large capital. He is supposed Btill to lie a representative of the Bun ker Hill com|Miny, which is buying mines in various Pacific coast states. £inoe the annual stockholders' meer- Itig'nf the Hecla Mining company, re cently held iv Spokane, there has been a good deal of speculation as to who would be the resident manager of the glecla mine, located at Burke, as no announcement has yet lieen made, as to whether or not there was any selec tion made. It is...

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. — 25 November 1903

f SPORTING NEWS. Dope on the Big Figh at San Francisco Tonight By Jimmy Collins. Fit/siminoiis. Gardner. gft. 11* in.....Height. It. 11 in... 14 inches Neck 18 inches 43's niches..Chest (normal i .30'-i inches 40 ruche*. .Chesl [expanded). .43 Inches 31 laches Waist 28 inches 14 inches Thigh 14 inches 14 inches Calf li% inches 13'n inches Biceps 12' a inches 70\ inches Reach 7T'*2 inches 11 will «oor lie all over but tlie shout ing. At San Francisco tonight will oc cur the greatest ring hattle among the hip fellows seen in Sun Francisco in n long time. The Fitraitmnons-Jef fries go was a gnat match anil all that, hut there wat never any doubt as to the outcome, for Fit* was up against a brick wall with weight, age, strength ami considerable finesse. Tonight*! battle brings together two of the greatest lighters the country has ever seen, evenly matched for weight, with age favoring George (iard ner and cleverness favoring Robert Fitzsimmons. Here are the points to be offset ami the q...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. nunon wuxm m. SECOND TEAR. NO. 17. THE DAY WE CELEBRATE OLD AS HISTORY ITSELF Thanksgiving day, as usually observ ed in the United States, is regarded as peculiarly an American institution, in augurated by the Pilgrim Father*. But •lays of thanksgiving for special mer *ie* have been common to all Christian nations for centuries. vVe make it distinctively a day of family gatherings. But even aa such it is by no menus new with us. jh« flrst Thanksgiving proclamation of which there Js any record is found In-Deuteronomy, the 16th chapter: ''Thou slislt observe the feast of tab- Srnocles, seven days offer that thou sat fathered In thy corn and vine." They ifere further commanded to "re joice In th? ffist' with the familiar list of mjfc«sjfTa|ft, maid-servant and JjevitJ, stronger attd fatherless, widow And orphan. , So even the family reunion feature, of which we moke so much and claim as peculiar to ourselves, is not new with us. The ancien...

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

5 TKe SpoKane Press. Bvery Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. JOHN xrtTBBBT OBBTTSBT*, Managing Editor. SCBIFPS-McBAB FBEBS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-flve cents per month or l> per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all casea of poor Or tardy delivery to the office. E'ront Aye. bone Main 375. tßoe Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: tt Tribune building. New York City. Chicago offlcs: til Hartford building. W, H. Porterfleld. manager of foreign advertising. TOKXQHT'S AMUSEMENTS. Al'DlTiißH'M-Herrmann the Great. Divorce or Polygamy? In a recent address Bourne Cochrane of New Yerk deplored the in crease In divorce as the ona and only serious blight upon our olvillzalion. tiontinulng the orator said: "If we are to choose between dlvorco and polygamy, give us polygamy." Has Mr. Cochrane read tliat rather remarkable late book, "Th* Lions of the Lord?" Nowln re in rece...

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

Notes of Interest From Wallace, Idaho WALLACE, Nov. 20.-Leo liorlisks, srho was struck by a locomotive on the Northern Pacific tracks nt Nalte-' last Sunday, ia not seriously injured, though he waa dragged for several yards and moat of his clothes wire torn from liis liody. Wesley Kverett, manager o£ the Wesley mine, lias returned from Spo kane, where he visited his little daugh ter, adopted by Mrs. W right ot Mace, now in Spokane, where she has secur ed judgment agaiust the Northern Pa cific Kailruad company for KIO.OOO dam ages for the death of her husband, who was killed by a switch tngine at Mace a year ago. .T. 11. Kensleimaker of Hurke has pur chased (Ue lleynolds ranch near Wanl ner, and will engage in the of trail and vegetables. County Attorney Punn, principal owner of the Wild Rose gold muie near Pierce City, has returned from a vi*At <r! inspection ot the property aud neprtfts that the cyanide plant will bp put in operation early in the spring. Dan.Wendell, who is asso...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 26 November 1903

4 Sporting News. Paragraphs About ths Doings of ths Sports Tho faot thai "Hurry tip" Toat re mains nt Ann Arbor another year nt least is Joy in largo lumps for the aapporteni of Michigan. If the plant of lORM Cfclcego pro moters aro parried out. sn amateur billiard championship, will be held In the western metropolis In January. Although the west docs not want to lost Tost, it might be a good experi ment to send him to Harvard next season. Just to see what lie could do with that hopch-ss aggregation. Opposition having developed to the long base ball sea eons, it is exi>e. ted that a move Will be made at the annual meeting In December to slioren the National and American league seasons to 130 games. This is tlie season when phonoins tn hatched about the hot-air circuits. Fltzslmmoaa made several srecie cf simians of Al Limerick and now Jack Monroe hns been matched to fight the giant If this ls dope it is s good way to get a line on Monroe's ability. The A. A. IT, has endorsed the ...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. ClUraOn MAJJI 875. SECOND YEAH. NO. 18. WERE TO STEAL GREAT FORTUNES Startling Fact Regarding the Northport Smelter Plan of Robbery CfrLVILLE, Wash., Nov. 37,—The rase of the state vs. Peel, which has been on trial for the past ten days, has only reached the seventh out of 05 witnesses to be examined. George K. Bartlett, the self-confessed accomplice in the conspiracy to rob the furnaces of the Northport smelter of the valu able matte product, has been iv the witness box nearly two days, during which time he has told an apparently true story. He states that it was Peers proposition made in the summer Of 190?, nnd they estimated that within a year they could make over $40,000 each without being detected. Peel was St. Luke's Grounds. The grounds surrounding the new Bt. Luke s hospital on the north side have been rounded up and graded preparatory to making lawn this sum mer. The directors of the hospital have made a request that all person...

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

* The SpoKane Press. OEOMa FTTTWAM. published Every Evening Except Sunday by Ths Press Publishing Company. J JOHS HUBERT OBIUSIL. Managing Editor. SCKXPPS-KcBAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, srx cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or $1 Per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favcr by promptly reporting all cases of poor Br tardy delivery to the office. fl6 rront Aye. telephone Main 378. roetomoe Boa 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 63 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: 101 Hartford building. W. H. rorterfield, manager of foreign advertising. The Groom. Thi ■room was attired In conventional Mack. —News item. Homo old story. Black —conventional black Enetiro paragraphs are lit up with descriptions of the color of the decorations, the dresses of brides and bridesmaids, bouquets, etc. Tie gronm gets a line. That's because at this nnd every other wedding the groom Is a "men man." For weeks and days there has been talk of...

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

GAVE OP HER CHILD SO SHE MIGHT MARRY NEW YORK, Nov. 27.—Society is In eager ex|>ectation of news from Xew g»rt of the wedding of MfS, Hello Kemp, daughter of Mrs. Frederick Neil- Bon and sister of Mrs. Reginald ('. iVanderbilt, and Hollis H. Hunnewell, whose engagement was recently an nounced. Mrs. Kemp this morning received her decree of divorce /from 'Arthur T. Kemp. and. according Jo the laws of Rhode Island, where the divorce eras granted, she is now at liberty to marry again. The Kemp divorce case wa« an affair Of agreement and attracted much at tention because of the social promi NICE SOFT THING TO OE ADMIRAL OF WHOLE NAVY WASHINGTON, Xov. 27.-A<<miral Oeorge Dewey comes to town every: morning from the house that the people gave him to his big office in the navy department annex, reads a big hunffh of letters from his admiring country men, spends several hours on the bus iness of the general board of the navy and then ia through for the day. Most folks reckon he holds...

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

4 A TRAVELER'S STORY OF ADMIRAL DEWEY Admiral Walker's recent mission to the scenes ot going! on at the Isthmus of Fannma have reminded those who know "the grand old man of the navy of the fact that since Ills retirement the admiral has been a man of all work whenever anything Berlous was on the ho.iks of the rmvy deportment of the government. In tbe mind of a New York traveler who found himself at the Spokane on Thanksgiving day there occurred n Btory told by Walker on a trip several years ago when the admiral had been sent te locatt some ph is for a bridge In the Niagara river. "Everybody tip in that part of the country had know what Dewey did nt Manila '' said the traveler, "and won dered why his name bad not been known better before he wiped out Montijo's fleet and cut the cable. Walker was asked about this, and said: "We nt the Army and Navy club knew Dewey and we were not surpris ed. Though be was a martinet we know he had the kind of stuff in him which counts at times of resp...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. numon math wn. SECOND YEAR. NO. lt>. HANGMAN CREEK BRIDGE ONLY A PRIVATE GRAB Real Estate Hen and Big Property Holders Denounce the Scheme for Special Privileges at the Expense of the Many. "tttd th* city of Spokane ever con tribute a dollar for th* improvement cv your property?" The Press has been around town Interviewing real estate men on this proposition. "Hot one cent," was tie Invariable reply. Then why should Spokane present a gang of rich men with $25,000 for a private bridge? Yes, and before it Is completed It may cost $100,000. Answer, simply because the men In Question are trying to get special privileges nt the expenso of the com monwealth. The experience of other real estate men makes surprising reading, at this moment. And there is but one answer to tbe whole argument, which Is. It ie a personal Injury to every house own er In town to allow the Hangman creek orowd to set this dangerous precedent. If one clique ha* $35,0...

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

B TKe SpoKane Press. ■ Published Every Evening ExOpt Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. JOHN SCBtHT GH.ETJSEI., Managing Editor. SCBXFPS-McHAE PHESS SEBTZOm One cent per copy, rix cents per week, twenty-tlve cents per month or S3 per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer n favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor t>r tardy delivery to the office. •18 Front Aye. Telephone Main 378. reetofflce Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: S3 Tiibuno building. New York City. Chicago office: Itf Hartford building. W. H. Fortcrticld, mastuwr of foreign advertising. TONIGHT S AMUSEMEXTS. At 7 DlTOßlt*M—Penman Thompson's "Two staters." "Hands Off." A few months ago a St T.euis woman gained some prominence by advo cating tho proposal of n N-w York "ethical society," namely: that to put a hopelessly diseased person to death, at the request of the sufferer, is a justi fiable act. A New York minlatt r has championed the proposal. The argument is the fam...

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

SPORTING NEWS. The New Coeur d'Alene Team for Month of December l\nst night's efforts of the bowlers Of the Coeur, d'Alene; club finished ttw •election of the tohm which Is represent tho club ifi the match games • gainst other teams of the city—not" •bly the team representing the Spo kane Amateur Athletic club. These two bowling organisations are the leads of the city, nnd there is much rivalry between the members. Thus far the ('. I), B. nre ahead, but the way the Athletes hnve been rolling Of late shows that they are bowling to "beat the favorite and the next •amc will probably tell n different tale than the games played between these two heretofore. Of course, the alleys of the Coeur d'Alene club are In •um-h better shape than the others, but '♦yon then the members of the Athletic club are looking forward to the best nlleys in the northwest When they linally net moved Into their new home at the south end of the Monroe street bridge. Owney Patton. manager ef the Coeur d'Alene club...

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

4 FAR AWAY FROM HOME WITH SEVEN CHILDREN '"That's it. It ain"t the ]>eople "ho stave been bote tor some time, it's Ihe newcomers -and it is growing worse every year, 1 do believe." That sentiment was uttered by Coup-] ty Commissioner Itutler pist alter the i claims ol W. O. Haynes had been pre sented for assistance in taking liis family back home to Sunset. K> • A representative of the Federal union an I n neighbor had told of tho circum stances ol the Haynes family, the [acts of the case being: \Y. (>. Haynes, his wife ami seven children, landed in Spokane last May, tKe head of tbe family being a laborer, the wife being a consumptive. They secured a house in West Grove addition nnd tbe husband found work, Bick- BSSS came and the wife died two (ii.>titlk npo. leaving the seven little one. all dependent. The union bad done much to amrliot 'c the condi tion. The county had contributed. But Mrs the father wanted to return to bis old home. There is food for reflection in the...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cento Ptr Month. SECOND TEAK. NO. 20. WHERE IS MAMA; WHERE IS PAPA? A Wail From the Smallest i 'of Tots Ever Seen in Spokane ~flie tiniest crumß ot fiiitiino.itj Spokane ia a baby boy at the Chil dren's home. Who is his mother? .Where is his father? Nobody knows, nobody cares. The child is so frail, so tiny that it seems a wonder the mite could retain tlie breath of life. His vitality is strong, though, it is said, and he will live to be a robust man. Yet, within a few weeks, his hands nero no larger man your thumbs. There is a mystery. Just as twilight wss deepening into night, not long aince, two women were seen to place a small bundle on the doorsteps of the 'African Methodist churcH". An hour later n policeman heard the cry of o foundling. The waif wns dressed all in white, like an elf child. He wore v coat as white aa wool, a cambric dress. In which there were line marks that catch a woman's eyes. These almost invisible signs said plainly:"My mothe...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 30 November 1903

TKe SpoKane Press. rubjlshed Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. mi ■ . .—i N JOBB BTJBEBT OBBUBBIi, Managing BAltor. BCMFPS-McBAE PRESS SEBTXCB. gt One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or $3 J>er year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor nr tardy delivery to the office. Sl6 Tront ATS. elephona stain 375. fostofflce Bos 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 63 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: ■16 Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld, manager of foreign advertising. TOSIOHTS SMUSXMENTS. iPOKANE—LuIu Olaser In "DolrT Varden." AUDITORIUM—FIorence Roberts in "ZaSS," A Puerile Defense. The comments of some of the Nebraska newspapers with respect to the' ferent indictment of Senator Dietrich of that state for selling postmaster- Ships are strangely b. side the point. Note this: It is alleged by newepapgra friendly to Dietrich that the latter...

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

SPORTING NEWS. Just a Few Minutes' Gossip With the Sports Rllly Madden, manager of Oils Ruh lln, thinks it Is absorb for Juek Mun roe. the Anaconda miner, to challenge Jim Jeffries before meeting his man. The Tntafjn handier and trainer of fighters says: "Munroe must show more fighting qualities before the public will take him seriously. His victory over Peter Maher does, not help him any. The Irishman is only a shadow of his former self, nnd a few years ago I think In- could whip all the Monroes In the business. If Munroe wauls to liavn n~ gund try-out. why doesn't he tackle RuhlinT The lntter has always v ?ieen willing to meet any of the big follows. means business all that j Is required to bring sbout n struggle Is for him to post a forfeit. If he does this his money will be covered In a jiffy ami a match will he arranged, ■yvo are ready to have the contest de cided at either Boston or Philadel phia." Jack Sullivan, the New "Knglnnd b middleweight who more than held his own Willi...

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

4 HISTORIC CHARACTER AND WIFE SEPARATE "It's all off with me and the old Woman." Thus said Captain Charles N Clark to one of bis fellows in the court bouse, where the captain lias for sev eral years held the position of night watch. Just when or where or bow the thing happened the old man has jiot told his friends, but the Incident forms but another in the ' strenuous life led by this man .since he first became associated with John Brown in his designs nn the fbdernl gov, tn ment. Clark is known as Hu? last of John Brown s raiders Bnd has bad a trmnrkahle career. Clark it was whom Brown left be hind when he went east in the final days of preparation for the raid on Harper's Ferry. By some misunder standing Clark did not participate in the raid, but narrowly escaped cap ture near Detroit soon after the Har per's Ferry incident. At that time there was a bounty of 18000 placid on his head. Clark mnde his way to Kansas and there raised n company Of tbe Sixteenth Kansas volunteers. He to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 1 December 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twentj-FWe Cents Per Month. TVAinon un rra. SECOND YEAR. NO. 81. THIS CITY MUST CALL A HALT Spokane Has Exceeded. Its Bond Limit for General Purposes by $27,142, and Is Within $8,314 of Its Total Legal Credit —Astonishing Revelations Made by The Press. lpokana will be astonished to learn that th* elty haa exceeded It* hoed Indebtedness, for general purposes, as fixed by law. The deficit ls $47,149, on the general bond Issue, alone; and what it may ultimately prove, whan all accounts are properly audited, remains to he seen. The Press, after most searching analysis, finds startling revelations. Ths Freaa waa led to make the in quiry aa a part of its public duty. The taxpayers of this (own, aud espe cially the wage earner and small home owner, should know Immediate ly just how things are drifting. SOMEONE IS FREE WITH THEIR COIN How the Laws Are Ignored by County Officers for Paltry Sums The law eejrs! 'Tile vouchers cer tifying on honor that the materials furnished,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 1 December 1903

t TKe SpoKane Press. GEORGE PUTNAM. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. JOHN HUBEUT OREUSEL. Msnng'.r.g Xdltor. SCBJPPS-McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or fi 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 rront Aye. Telephone Main 375. Postoßee Bos 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 63 Tribune building. New Tork City. Chicago office: ■M Hanford building. \V. H. Porterfield. manager of foreign advertising. SPOKANE—LuIu Olaser in "Dolly Varden." AI'DITORICM—FIorence Roberts in The Unwelcome Mrs. Hatch." A Sermon. Arc you in the mood for n short sermon this evening? This discourse was preached by Lant K. Salsbury, ex-city attorney of Grand Rapids, Mich. Salsbury confessed to having been bribed by a cor poration. His sermon—with Interpolations—follows: "If a man has a bigger streak of...

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