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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 1 December 1903

SPORTING NEWS. " OU DILLON'S DRIVER, Lots of Horses Are Now In Readiness for the Meet t.os angei.es, cat, Dec. a—p. Dunne, one of the nest know v porse ownera in the i'nite<i Btettea, lathers in anticipation of the Nomina meat nt Ascot Park. Mr. Dunne has not trletl Ills luck on n Western track for sev eral yoars. nnd his Initial appearance in I.ns Angeles will be made at As cot Park Ills horses will arrive on the Santa Fo and he experts to have them safely stabled at Ascot this morning, lie came by the northern route and Intendis! to step oVeB for a week iv San Francisco, but while there receive word that liis good horse Toah had been very sick on tlie train and ho came smith at once to attend to the animal Six carloads of the eastern flyers nre now on the way. Including two carloads of ii. Corrignn's horses, one carload of Da ye Waldos and the re maining ears will be divided among Charles MaeDonald. J. T. William* S. Peters and W. W. I.vie WI Ilia ma Is one of the best known ea...

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. — 1 December 1903

* SHIPPERS OF LIQUOR MUST PAY NEW RATE 'A new freight s, heibile npplieable to liquors went into rffeei today on all hues. It affect* all carload rates on hgaors except thost applying to alco hol, high wines and pure spirits in Wood. The change, it is said, will only affeit sliipnicnts in small quantities, as wholesalers ship mainly bj ".iter. This practice of shipping by water despite the of time consumed Ii said to be greatly favored by whole salers, because the Irip on tlie water nges the liquor, especially whiskey. Smaller shipment- cannot take Advan tage of the water unite. Heretofore i, has been impossible for an eastern house shipping into this territory to deliver to a transfer or A WOMAN IN BLACK GUIDED THE THIEVES HEW YORK, Dec, l — A mysterious i Woman in black figures In the robbery Of 12500 worth of silks nnd furs from the store of Walters & Monfort, of No. 255>1 Atlantic avenue. Kast New York. Which was reported to the po lice of the Liberty avenue station. Mr. ...

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

ONE CENT PER COPT Twenty-Fire Cents Per Month. SECOND YEAH. NO. 22. RAGGED SKIRTS FINE FEATHERS City's Official Sin-Money, a j Big Golden Shower Pours In Bedraggled sltirte met fine feathers this morning in the basement of the city hull, met, turned up pert noses, and cursed the town. Now, perhaps you don't know jvhere beautiful Spokane finds $1500 a mouth. Tliat *s her official share of the wages of sin—sin-cash contributed, ill-natur edly sometimes, but alwaya contributed just the same, by women of the town. 'Isn't it easier to pay than to be or dered out of town?' That's tlie way Spokane's wise officials look nt it. And what they say "goes." Spokane doesn't say much about this in her "boom" literature, asking peo ple to como on nnd settle here; but HE HAS MADE NO PLEDGES TO ANY ONE T>r. P. V. Genoway, the new health officer, is a six-footer, a southerner ■Ad has radical opinions. That tells the whole story. He's going to open his department, he says, by studying Ihe mistakes o...

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

fl TKe SpoKane Press. OBOBQB PUTSTAM. feMtafced Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tress Publishing Company. JOKW KTTBBBT OSItJSrL. Managing Editor. BCKirPS KtKAE PBjEBS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or Si per year, delivered by enrrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer s favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor or tardy delivery to the o.Ucc. •10 Front Aye. Velepaone Main 375. YostoSce Bos 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 53 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: 101 Hartford building. W. H. Porterlleld. manager of foreign advertising. TOIfIGHTS AMUSEMXWTS. AUDITORIUM—FIorence Rolwrts in "(.i.xonda." Was He a Thief? James McOrcndy of EvanetOtl, IU., stole a horse blanket from ft borse belonging to Nicholas Thurncr of that town. The (hlef: ■«• But wait— At MoCready's home In the suburbs n wife lay slek. In heel with her was n little 18-month-old babe. Toddling about the floor was another little girl blind fro...

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

SPORTING NEWS. Bishop Now Managing Sequoia Club of Oakland Biddy Bishop has assumed the man agement of the Sequoia club of Oak land and will in the future asrange the matches for that organisation. Bishop will have an opportunity to Star his miiUlewelght, Billy Woods, Which he proposes to do. The Se quoia club will be arranged to ac commodate 1«00 spoctators. and at ordinary prices Bishop figures that he will be able to put $3000 In the house. The first match under Bishop's management will be between Tommy Riley ami Billy Woods, and the con test will take place December 15. "If I oan't get local men who will draw the Sequoia club has given me per mission to Import boxers who will prove attractions, and I will spare no expense in getting good men," said Bishop tills morning. "I will match Woods with Riley for the first show, providing the forfeits nre plnced by Saturday, and If Riley's money ls not posted by that time I will get a good substitute. George Cole ls anxious to come to th...

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 December 1903

4 THERE MUST BE RACE SUICIDE IN FRANCE TARtS, Dec. 2.—The population . problem In France Is becoming a j Very serious one. The decrease In the population Is being shown in the decrease In the army recruiting. The report of the recruiting for last year. Just issued, shows a falling off of 34.000 from the previous year's figures. This Is particularly alarm ing to the French, as the recruits for the German army during tlie same period increased 15.000. Tbe army rule which allows all married recruits to serve in their own districts has bad tbe effect of largely AWNOUHCEMEWT. The DahSas & Wheeler Co.. now lo cated at 527-62S Fernwell building, doing a general business along the llnoF of surety bonds. Insurance and real estate, beg to announce to their friends their appointment as general agents for eastern Washington and northern Idaho of the American 1 Bonding company of Baltimore. Md , nnd nre more than pleased to say ! that Miss C. M. Wheeler, who has ! been connected with tlie bo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 3 December 1903

ONE CENT PER^COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. nunon scats m. SECOND YEAR. NO. 23. ROBERTS BROS. HAVE DEED CITY DOESN'T OWN BRIDGE Sensational Developments in Hangman Bridge Mix-Up—Opening of Bids Has Been Postponed. Bulletin—At 3 o'clock this after noon Secretary Kandley of the hoard of works said that in view of the liti gation springing- np the city would not actually award the bids until ths land title was perfected. Strong legal protests against Hangman creek bridge are coming from all direc tions. At noon the board of works was served with a copy of an ease ment deed, alleging that title to the bridge is in Roberts liros.' name. It looks at last as though everyone in town WtVs ICTambfrng to give the Hangman bridge its final knock-out. Since the firm stand made by Tho Press, many citizens are now boldly ex pressing their opinions about the offen sive nature of the grab. Amidst it all. the question has sud dcnlv arisen, "Who owns Hangman bridge?" _____ Died at His Post. BUTLER, ...

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

TKe SpoKane Press, oeoih nTiam Published Every Bventng Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. e» m i i — ■—• — Mn BTTOXaYT eUUfsx, atanartng Editor. SCBXPFM-McBAS PUN BXBTXCB. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or $3 far year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. . Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor •r tardy delivery to the- office. tig Front Aye. ■Telephone Main 375. arostoßce Boa 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER.„ Rastem office: U Tribune building. New York City. Chicago offloe: tM Hartford building. W. H. Porterneld. manager of foreign advertising. TONIGHT'S AMUSEMENTS. ■AUDITORIUM- Florence Robert ■ in "Gioconda." "High" and "Low." Mrs , the beautiful daughter Of Senator , has sued for a di vorce on statutory grounds. To com plicate the situation Mrs. . also of New York, has Tiled nn action against Mrs. ■ (the beautiful daughter, etc.) to recover $600,000 for the alienation of the affectiona of the former's husb...

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

SPORTING NEWS. Believes That Larkspur Proves a Hoodoo to Flghtsrs Sandy Ferguson, who will right Jack Johnson, has deserted Larkspur. When Oeorge Gardner lost to Bob Fitzsimmons,' Ferguson decided that Larkspur was no place for him to train. Oardner, Canole and Landers nil went down to defeat In a row and tho Massachusetts giant said he would not bo the fourth one to bite the dust. "There must be a hoodoo about this place," he remarked when he packed up bis duds and left for Joe Millctt's resort, "and I nm a auperatttloui cuss and I know if I stuck hero I would lost anyway." Ferguson is having trouble finding gparrlng partners. The big fellow hits so bard that men don't like to ■land up and take liis punches. Casey quit him after a short stay at Lark spur and now Millstt will try to give him some work. Jack O'Hrlen was asked what he thought of Ferguaon nnd hie reply was that he had seen him make some good lights. lie gave Walcott the fight of his life and he has already had ono draw...

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

f FOUL MURDER OF OLD COUPLE IN DUFFALO ntTFAI.O. N*. V., nee. 3 —The po lice this morning discovered the tjodles of Franz Frehr and Wife buried In a shed In the rear of their rexi flence. from which they mysteriously {Reappeared November 20 last. Their skulls were crushed with a hammer. Which was afterward, found In tlie shod. A search for Charles Bonier, who moved Into tin- house tbe day after Frehr's disappearance, resulted In bis arrest in Brie this morning. TWO MEN WHO ARE ENEMIES NOW IN WAR DEPARTMENT. WASHINGTON, D. ('.. Dec. B.— 'A new leader will take his place at the head of the army January 9 and a new star will rise in society on that day. Major General Adna H. Chaffee will become chief of the genrial staff, With the rank of lieutenant general. Mrs. Chaffe, by virtue of her husband's position, will lie moved near the heal of the procession in the society of the Capital, where precedence cuts biich an important figure. They speak of General Chaffee as the | Viest soldier i...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Fire Cents Per Month. nunon maim stb. SECOND YEAR. NO. 24. THIS CITY IS SHOUTING LOUD FOR GRAND JURY Wastefulness and Political Intrigue Irritates Citizens. Who Now Clamor for Official Investigation Concerning Condition of Town. .An agitation ls under way looking ior a grand jury. The startling revelations of official wastefulness, as first nnd foremost outlined by The Press, has attracted the -widest attention among all classes. Throughout the community there Is a feeling that the town needs a complete political overhaul ing. This morning Tlie Press made a careful examination of the situa tion, finding that n movement Is on foot to bring the climax. The forces of the Protestants are scattered, but very much in earnest. A leader will soon swing them in line. Snld one of the most prominent bankers In town: "I certnlnly will sign nn nppeal to the superior court Judge, or to the prosecuting nttorney or to anyone else. If we can have n, grand jury. The recent de...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 4 December 1903

9 TKe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. JOHW HUBERT OaitJSBI,. Managing Editor. schtpps-mokae rasu sebtice. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or $» Bar year, delivered hy carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor Or tardy delivery to the office. •IS Front Aye. Velephona Main 879. Po.toSlc. Bob 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 53 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: IN Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld. manager of foreign advertising. TONIGHT'S AMUSE ME NTS. SPOKANE-—"The Storks." Al'DlTOniCM—Florence Roberts In "The Frisky Mrs. Johnson." Some Ways to Be Kind. We may make life Inflnttely sweeter for ourselves and all about Us by the simple means of kindness. It costs nothing, but is the greatest of the heart's riches. True kindness does not consist In mere good-natured pleasantness. Indolence of mind and body may Sometimes p...

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

WOOD ASSOCIATED WITH AN EX-CONVICT WASHINGTC/N, Dec. 4—The flrst Witness this morning before the sen ate military committee in the Wood case was Melville E. Stone, general manager of the Associated Press. He was called upon to relate the cir- cumstances Connected with the em ployment by the Associated Press of Bdgar Bellairs to such an important glare as correspondent in Cuba and the action taken after It became known tliat he had been a convict in the Florida penitentiary. Bellairs. through his position, got on intimate terms with Wood. Wood's.opponents Claim lie had knowledge of Bellairs' past history long before the intimacy came to an end. , Stone testified that Aaslstant Gen eral M anagi'Siof the Associated Press Diehls had received a letter In Decem ber. 1899. from Bucie on behalf of .Wood, suggesting that Bellairs be re EMPRESS OF GERMANY WAS HORROR STRICKEN PARIS) Dec 4.—A Paris paper prints the following story regarding the ill ness of the Qgtiuan emperor: Tin- corresponden...

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

4 Chinese Drowned. BTTFALO. Dec. 4 -During an al leged attempt to smuggle 11 Chinese •Croat the line from Canada tht* morn ing the covered rig broke loose nnd ran toto the canal and four were drowned. The survivors were arrested and are bring held for investigation. Worth Yakima, Wash.—High water In tbe Yakima river has almost to tally destroyed the hcadgate works for the new Irrigation canal on the Yakima reservation. CHICAGO h WORTH-WESTERN RAILWAY. Remember that our mott, "The Best of Everything," applies to all branches, as well as to all depart ments. We have the direct line, and tho Only "double track railway" between the Missouri river and Chicago. All particulars cheerfully furnished by B. D. BEARDS LEY. General Agent, Booms 13 and 14 Jamieson Block. The board of public works will re ceive bids until 2 o'clock p. m De cember 9. 1903 for the grading, curb ing and parking of Gordon avenue from the center line of Division street to the center line of Perry street, according to ...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. nunon maim an. SECOND YEAR. NO. 25. FOUND BLEEDING TO DEATH, HIS THROAT FEARFULLY CUT Thomas Fitzgerald's Shocking Attempt to End Existence After Walking the Streets. Hungry and Penniless. Four Days and Nights. "Oil God, I wish I had made a good Job of It! I wanted to die because I wbb starved. I walked the streets, but no one held out a helping bund. Then I decided to take my life. What day is It? I am so confused.' My mind's almost gone." Thomas Fitzgerald, stretched on the white cot at Deaconess Koine, was telling the sensational story of his attempt to take his life. The police found him this morning in v boxcar. He was unconscious and dying. Three gaping wounds In his throat and a blood-stained razor told the tragic Story, The enr was filled with hny. under which the mun hud crawled to keep warm. » When found Fitzgerald was half frozen, weak from loss of blood, und starving to death. "Why did you do It, Tom?" asked The Press. "Hung...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 5 December 1903

1 The SpoKane Presa. ■Sibllshed Every Evening Except Sunday by Th* Press Publishing Company. Jon ■rcnisßT auvrn, irsnaging saitor. Bcmxpps mckak run nmrxom. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cent* per month or It •or year, delivered by carrier. No free cople*. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all case* of poor •t frii.ly delivery to the office. tig Front Aye. Valephone again 375. aTvstofflc* Boa 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. ■astern ofllce: (1 Tribune building, New Tork City. Chicago ofllce: !•* Hartford building. W. 11. Porterfleld. manager of foreign advertialng- SPOKANE—'The Mora*.' AI'PITORIIM-Florence Roberts In 'The Frisky Mrs. Johnson." Burdens. A Chicago business man committed suicide, leaving; behind him a note Baying, 'i sm tired Of carrying burdens." •Thai a mistake. AH of us carry burden*, feme of us nre heavy laden. Tasks bend ftacks snd whiten hair. Well, what of It 7 If the burden* are not those of conscience. If they are the burdens of...

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

SPORTING NEWS. WEST POINT CADETS WHO DEFATED THE NAVY ELEVEN. WK.XT POVKT, N. V . Dec. S.-Com paring the elevens of the east this fall shows that the army eleven has taken S place among the best in the land. Princeton and Yale excepted among Dvorak Leads Bowlere at the C. D. A. Alleys The Coeur d'Alene cluh did some more bowling last night with Dvorak an usual finishing with the best aver age for the evening. He la to be one of the teHm that will meet the play ers of Walla Walla in "mortal" con test, and if he ran keep up that clip the C. H. 0, will come home on the bit blocks to the good. Dvorak has a splendid motion. He is no freak bowler, but his work Is along the very best rules for correct rolling. 'Aa steady as clockwork, he will prove a valuable man In the match game JVoesnber 19, Ho started things last night by rolling 203. and followed this by" add ing another point to It. Then the crowd saw what was doing .ted he was encouraged to add still another point In tlie third and ...

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

« POODLE DOG'S DARK SPOILS WILLIES "MASH" This ls n tragedy from theater al ley, tine young man's heart is broken. He vows that woman is wretchedly Inconsistent—always was and always Will be. At 11 o'clock Willie had hit big $4 buuch of yellow chrysanthemums, nnd was waiting for his pretty chorus girl There were half a dozen other Willie lroys there, dressed in the height of fashion. It didn't take a Second glance to discern that they on pei led a cordial reception, regarding themselves as maiden killers Earlier In the evening the Willie sat in the "bald head" seats and ogled the gills. The girls didn't seem tn be n bit frightened. One of the Willies nearly died In a spasm of delight when a Wicked chorus girl acted as though she was going to throw him a kiss. Willie decided to begin his flirtation, then and there, slipped quietly from the show and "blew himself 14 for 0 lovely bouquet tied with a blue REPORT rBOM THE REFORM SCHOOL- 3. 0, Oluck, superintendent, Prun tytown. W. Vb . w...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. BECO ND YEAR. NO. 26. THE PRESIDENT SENDS HIS MESSAGE TO CONGRESS New Republic of Panama to Be Guaranteed Independence—Advises an Increase in the Navy—Land Frauds and Trusts Treated at Length WASHINGTON, Dec. 7.—The presi dent's message wus read today. It Is a document covering 36 large type set pages, aggregating at least 20 columns of an overage sized news paper. The president first mukes a historical review, showing that In 18**> our government entered Into a treaty with New Grnnnda, the prede cessor upon the Isthmus nnd of the present Republic of Panama, by which treaty right of way across tha Isthmus was granted. Roosevelt, after calling attention to the action of Colombia, last spring, in breaking the treaty, reports a long list of 58 riots nnd political 'disturb ances on the Isthmus In 67 years. Ho concludes: "The experience of half a century has shown Colombia to be utterly In capable of keeping order on the Isth mus. Only th...

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

I TKe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. JOHN HUBERT GRET7SEI.. Managing- Editor. SCRIPPS-HcRAE PRESS SERVICE. On* cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-live cents per month or fi per year, delivered hy carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting- all cases of poor or tardy delivery to the office. •IS Front Are. Telephone Main 373. stostofflc* Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 58 Tribune building, New York City. Chicago ofllce: lit Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld, manager of foreign advertising. AUDITORICM—BIttner Opera company The Lawyer. "A lawyer art thou? Draw not nigh! I Go carry to a fitter place The hardness of that sallow face. The keenness of that practiced eye." Literature, the stage and the comic paper have combined to produce a false Impression of the lawyer. He ls shrewd, tricky, deceptive. He ls de void of all the finer feelings of humanity. He is a sort of man of w...

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