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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 7 December 1903

SPORTING NEWS. Some Horse Notes from the California Tracks SAN FRANCISCO. Deo. 7.—The horses of C. D. Miller Will be auc tioned off on the 14th of Dei-ember. 'All the youngsters have been worked along, and they certainly are a nice looking lot. As they are in racing con dition, they should bring swell prices. W. O. I.ayng, tlie well Known auc tioneer, will have charge of the sale., James FltagernW, the champion handball player of the world, has been here several days. Jim met with an accident to his left knee several weeks ggo, but Is now aide to be about anil will be able to train for his coming match with Mike Bgan be fore the Olympic club for a $500 purse. While Bgan claims the world's championship at the Irish game, Fltz gerald beat WUllam Carney' four jrears ago at Chicago for the title and has never been defeated. On account of the accident to Fitzgerald the game will not lake place till next spring. And the fiandball enthusiasts are BgOg over the outcome. ■atStart, i nick Dwy...

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. — 7 December 1903

NONPAREIL CLUB HAS VERY LIVELY SESSION Fating sandwiches made of green cloth and engaging in other high jinks, is the special forte oi the Nonpsriel club, composed of bright young .busi ness men. thtir wive*, ■ .vocthonrts and friends. The eluh met Saturday night at its headquarter* not far from Dr. Lenil>eit's chaTch a«d immediately pro ceeded to the business, of pulling a tew pray ttairi out oJ Fatter Time* head. The affair was most enjoyable, es-: penally for those guests who innocent ly Bte the sandwiches composed of pic-os of doth sat united with red pep per. Another interesting feature, was the "nut cake." which weighed 27 ounces to the pound and was of a de licious flavor, tlie receipt for which was not divulged, lint is said to contain equal parts of bum mid salt, Mr Smith ("Smithy") look .1 swallow of the salted coffee and promptly called for ice water. Tlie lad) who Brat took a bite, a well know n si hool teacher ; n the public schools, threw up her hands and dropped he...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 8 December 1903

ONE CENT PER COPT Twenty-Five Cents Per Nonth, numai main m. SECOND TEAR. NO. 27. AMERICAN FLAG LOWERED AND UNCLE SAM INSULTED Consul Davis at Beirut Assaulted by the Turkish Police—Hay Orders an Investigation—President and Cabinet to Consider Hatter Tonight CONSTANTINOPLE, Dec. B.— American Consul Davis has left his post at Beirut and oansed the Ameri can flag at Alexandria to he lowered In consequence of being insulted and assanlted by Turkish polios. Minister Eelshinan has mads an sarnsst protestation to ths ports snd It is believed that when a mors com plete report haa been received the United States wIU demand the fullest reparation. Ths affair has grown ont of ths arrest of sn American named Arter- He Was Excused. The trial jurors for the present term of court reported this morning to Judge Belt, nnd among them came L. B, Gil bert of Harrison, Idaho. Mr. Gilbert was not averse to serving on a Wash ington jury, and the fact of his resi dence In Idaho was not brought out until h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 8 December 1903

8 TKe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company.,. JOHXf lOBEET OBETJSEL Manuring- Editor. BCU.tPPS-ItcH.AE PXESB BERVICE. 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 •r tardy delivery to the ofheo. •18 frost Aye. Telephone Main 375. VostoMc* Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 63 Tribun" building. New York City. Chicago office: M Hartford building. W, H. Fortcrflcld. manager of foreign advertising. WOKANB—Pc Wolf Hopper In "Mr. Pickwick." The President's Message. One of the chief recommendations of the message to conSTess Is Its brevity. The entire paper comprises a little more than ia.ooo words —an Unusual condensation. The president deserves thanks. The condensed style of the message ought to lend brilliancy. It does not. Written In fair, running English, except In a few spots the ef...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 8 December 1903

SPORTING NEWS. Convention of National League Magnates Today NEW YORK, Dee. S— AH of the tnagnales of the National league were present at the Victoria hotel today when the regular annual meeting of tho organ I ration was called to order behind closed doors. The business pf tho meeting Is mostly of a tontine Character, Including the formal award Of the championship pennant to the Pittsburg club and tne election of Officers and directors. Tlie pronounc ed success of President Pull nun in directing the affairs of the league during the last season insures his Unanimous re-election nnd Ihe pres ent directors will in all probability be Chosen to serve another year. The gathering of the club owners Snd fna lingers offers excellent oppor tunity for the trading of players and It Is probable that several prospect ive deals will be consummated. An other mailer to receive attention at tlie Bands Of the magnates Is the foul- Strllte ml,, which waa the subject of much discussion during the past Se...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 8 December 1903

4 LET US BREED RACERS SAYS COL. APPLEGATE '•'There is no reason why Washing ton might not raise rate horses, said lolonel W. E. Applegate. tlie well known turfman, speaking to Tlie Press today. "Have you ever tried to raise blur grass out in this conntrj } it is a fine tiliered. nourishing grase. ea>> to raise. They can't grow il in southern Cali fornia because the sun is too hot and ! Imrns it up. but Washington strikes me as an ideal slate for race horses. The win ten in Washington are nol j as penetrating as they arc in Ken ! tucky. There we have lime-stone water, if anything harder than the! water in Washington." Colonel Applegate'- home is at Lex ington. Ky, l'oi la years he has been n breeder of running horses at the Oak tVQod farm, two and one-half miles from Lexington. lie i- also in the dis tillery business ai Yelvington, Davis county. Ky, At his stock farm are 60 to TO marcs, all of good racing fam-! ONDAWA INN WOULD BE A STUDY FOR DICKENS At «the Invitation Of Capta...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 9 December 1903

ONE CENT PER COPT Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. nuraon maxx* tn. SECOND YEAR. NO. 28. SPOKANE CLEARS DECKS TODAY DIGGEST LABOR FIGHT IN HISTORY A Fund of $25,000 to Be Raised by the Trades Council to Fight the Commercial Club to a Finish—Every Union Man in the City Will Be Called Out in the Next Few Days As ths ontcome of the meeting of As trades council last night trades unionists of tbs city have today j evolved a great scheme which will either win the plumbers' strike and others ss well—or redound to dissat isfaction. Ths proposition ls rather unique In 1 this city, it never before having been ' attempted on sucb a large seals. If present plans do not miscarry, every ' nnlon man In the city will be assess- I sd 91 every month for the next five j months. This money will be turned into a "strike fund," which will first be used by the striking plumbers, who are now about all broke, if statements are true. And this latest proposition of the labor leaders will stir up a de cided mess. ...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 9 December 1903

i TKe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Kxcrpt Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. JOKE BTTBEET OSECSEL. Managing Editor. SCH.rPPB-McX.AE PBISS SERVICE. One cent per copy, clx cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or JJ Per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer ■ favor ty promptly reporting all cases of poor •c tardy delivery to the office. 616 front Are. Telephone Main 375. Irostjflc* Boa 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: BS Tribune building. New York City. Chlcngo office: ICS Hartford building. W. H. Portertlcld. manager of foreign advertising. SPOKANE—De Wolf Hopper In "Mr. Pickwick." The Gospel and Football. The football team of Buehtel. one of the Ohio colleges, has Ireen Soeohed during the season by a minister of the gospel. The minister ls ona of the few who have wen the Chicago C for football, baseball and traik athletics. The men of the team, loud In their praises of their coach, acknowledge that at the beginning of the sea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 9 December 1903

SPORTING NEWS. Just a Minute with ths Great Kings of, Pugtown Some of the best blood-and-thunder Sluggers and exponents of butcher- Shop warfare will soon he brought together avid flstlana will In the: next few weeks have some lno-ecnts-on the-dollar matches. There Is considerable talk in local Sporting circles of the match which will open the new club building of the Spokane Amateur Athletic club. 'Cor respondence will soon be commenced looking to the matching of two of the best men In the country. Jordan-KoQovcrn Now. The lien Jordan bee Is hard a buzz ing again. This time It Is his little nobs, Tor rence McOnvern, who will lie pitted again.i the Bnglisber, Boston Is ready to consider things in that light nnd when Boston Is ready to consider anything there ls certainly some good excuse in Beantown. rioto Was Klght. The New York World publishes the following on the recent decision of Otto Flolo. who refereed the match Jietweeu Hoot nnd Flynn: What would Otto Pinto's 250 pounds of 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 9 December 1903

4 WHOSE COUSIN ARE YOU? POPULAR AMONG THE "400." MEW PORT, L. 1., Dec. D.—Some day (iuiing the next generation, some Inquisitive person will ask tome of the "400" who they are related to and tlie answer will be a puzzle in genealogy, made possible by t!<e general icborne of get-married-get-divoTced-quick dow ut the height of its usefulness. If the divorcee proceed in tlie fu tnre as they have, in tlie past, "our best society will soon lie one happy family and everybody in the swim will be a cousin to every one else, .lust now pretty nearly every one i> a blood fr marriage relation to their "best friends," and to allow marriage among the "400" special statutes may have to lie passed to prevent relatives mar rying. The latest divorce with a hurry-up wedding finale is that of Mary Isa belle Kemp, who secured a divorce from Arthur Kemp at 11:10 o'clock in the morning end married llollis 11. Hunnewell pf Boston and Welles; Icy at 12 o'clock. So minutes alter the decree was granted,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 10 December 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY | Twenty-Fire Cents Per Month. nunon main m SECOND YEAR. NO. 29. NATIONAL FEDERATION FORMED BY EMPLOYERS, AGAINST STRIKES It Portends a Conflict Between the Organized Workmen of America and Building Trades of the Entire Country, the Results of Which Can Be but Faintly Imagined. CHICAGO, Dee. 10.—Preliminary steps were taken In Chicago today to organize a national federation of lo cal employers' association* In the building lines. In the opinion of those well Informed as to the purposes and scope of ths movement Its Importance can scarcely be overestimated. In plain words It alms to curb ths ex cessive enactions of the labor unions, from which the building trades have suffered of late perhaps more than any other line. Other objeots, such as the standardisation of material and the suppression of unfair com petition, will be kept In view by the new organisation, but all of these will be of secondary Importance in com parison with the main purpose of ad vancing the int...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 10 December 1903

I TKe SpoKane Press. uSietlshed Every Evening Except Sundsy by The Press Publishing Company. VOBTB BT7BEBT OaIUBBL, Managing Editor. BCBXPPS-McBAE PBXSS SERVICE. Ose cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-flvo cents per month or It per yver, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer s fsvor by promptly reporting all cases of poor *r tsrdy delivery to the office. SIS rront Ays. ■Telephone Main 373. Postofllo* Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 63 Tribune building. New Tork City. Chicago office: 40C Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld. manager of foreign advertising. AtnitTOßlt'M—Blttner company in "Article Fifth." Hobson's Dream. Mr. Richard P. HobSOn, United States navy, retired, lias a project for R treat er navy which quite eclipses any other ever suggested In this country or etsewhcrc. He exhibits a freedom In planning for the expenditure of other people's nnney that may be said tn verge upon the extravagant. He has prepared a bill, which Represen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 10 December 1903

DEAN'S BUGGY RIDES PAID FOR BY PUBLIC County Engineer Snow, Chairman Collin. Commissioner Butler snd Pil-J grim (O. X.) W. It, Dean journeyed out to the scene of the new Peone OTSek trestle yesterday to inspect j Contractor Oliver's work. The work is said tO be satisfactory. / Pilgrim Dean was the first one to : chow up at the courthouse after the > pilgrimage, and he at once announced j to The Cress: "I have had another ride today. Keep on piling up those bills that I j have O. X.'d as high an you want. It won't make any difference to Me j nnd I do not care what you say. It . Is county work. Whenever I take ' toy wife or some other man's wife j or anyone on a pleasure trip I pay the bills." Now. Commissioner Dean, you have j ►Tint got the string by the right end. | The law says that officials who have j the disbursing or expenditure of conn- i ty funds shall take therefor vouchers Signed by the person rendering the j •etvlce That Is the law of the com- | monwcallh of Washington....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 10 December 1903

4 Local Brtefa. Caesar perrenoud. a blacksmith, blew the top of his head off with a rifle last evening at his home on Cataldo, avenue. Despondency caused by an! incurable sickness is given ns the CSUSe, of his deliberate act. John W. Goks, well known in Spo kane a few years ago, 1- dead of paral ysis in Portland. Mr. (.oss was for merly a promiint hardware dealer of Rochester, X. V.. and came to Kettle Falls during the boom dins, lalct see ing his loitune swept away bj the lianie. Easy Work Soap—Ttie largest cake on the market for 6 cents. No fancy wrapper—all «oap. The chamber of commerce has been asked to lend its aid to the project of getting a government appropriation for cleaning obstructions from the Feted dUreille river. A kidney or Madder trouble can al ways be cured by using Foley's Kid ney Cure in time. CMas. McNab, 402 Riverside avenue. Edgar 0. Ferine, brother of Dean Ferine of All Saints', is dead ot tuber culosis. The remains will be interred at Oncosts, X. V.. brief s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 11 December 1903

ONE CENT PER COPT Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. Tzunon maim are. SECOND YEAR. NO. 30. SHOCKING SCENES WITNESSED BY REV. WALLACE AND BRIG. M'MILLAN Say They Were Present When Young Boys Looked Upon Awful Spectacle of Nudeness in the Cribs and Alleys Where the Lowest of Fallen Women Live, "And X saw women In the alleys, nndrsssed from top to toe; and young hoys wsrs there, beguiled, going In, enticed by the awful spectacle." This astounding statement was made to The Press by Dr. George R. Wallace of the Westminster Congre gational church. He conducted The Press man to his private study, up stairs, nnd spoke in a low voice. After referring, in general terms, to the social evil and the ministerial duty, he added! "The police deny these things, but I am prepared to show what I say la true. I have witnesses. Happily Brigadier McMillan of the Salvation Army wns along." Brigadier McMillan was seen by The Press. Told of Rev. Wallace's Statement, the brigadier replied at once: "I snw the same,...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 11 December 1903

t THe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. «—————•————— _ JOHW HUBERT GREUSEX,, Managing Editor. SCBXFFS-McBAB FBESS BEBVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-nve cents per month or U per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer n favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor er tardy delivery to the office. CIS Front At*. Telephone Main 379. Postoffic. Bos 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: U Tribune building. New Tork City. Chicago office: ICf Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld. manager of foreign advertising. At'DlTOUirM—Plttner company in "Article Fifth." Worshiping the Devil. In Paris. France, several persons are on trial being charged with Worship of the devil. A baron and a count had dedicated a room as a temple to Satan and. it Is said, initiated a large number of persons Into the mysteries of the.worship o£ Lucifer. The incident is a reminiscence of the Park Ages. However Is it t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 11 December 1903

SPORTING NEWS. Plenty Holiday Matches Being Made Now Jim Corbett will forsake monologue now that he's become a champion find will become a star. Jimmy Burrows, the Nova Scotian Who Copped Fitzgerald, the big lire man, has returned to Spokane. "Me. de big graft—see?'* said Young Corbott when making a stand for 10 per cent additional as a "draw ing card" with Hanlon. a Willie Fitsgerald. the lightweight Tighter, who recently knocked out Otto SielolT In three rounds, has been matched to tight Mike Ward, the western tighter, before the Port Hu ron Athletic club on December 16. They will clash In a 10-round bout. Fitzgerald lias won the last four lights he lias fought. Tommy Felts, the little Brooklyn fighter, will meet Qua Bezennh, the Cincinnati bantamweight. In a 20- -round bout before the Business Men's club of St. Louis on the night of De cember 16, BeSenah Is regarded as a promising lad by the fistic critics in tho west, nnd as his recent tight In that part of the country were good...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 11 December 1903

♦ Tht Markets. Aa reported by the Cor Commission Company: Chicago. Wheat — Opening. Closing btmssaber $o.so»i $9.Tt% Way Hii .SIS July 76 •» .77*4 Corn— December 41 % .42>. May 43' a .43% Oats— December 3*4S .S< 7 « May 36% M% Pork— May 1160 11.67 January 11.27 11.98 Minneapolis. Wheat— Opening. Closing. December I*7l H H.7*U May SIN July so v .80% THE CHICAGO & NORTH-WEST ERN RAILWAT. Trains electric lighted and all ap pointments as nearly perfect as mod ern ami skillful management can make them. Short line nnd quick time to Chicago and all points east For particulars call on B. D. Beards ley, general agent. 13 nnd 14 Jamle son building. FOR ONE WEEK WE WILL SELL Overcoats for $10.00 Worth $15.00 The only p!,ace in town during this time to buy at this rate The New YorK Clothing Co. 426 Riverside I! WHERE'S THE' | we Cant. kEASE Vvith > spit? Nobby Dressers We wish to call the particular attention of nice dressers to the fact that we carry an immense line of clothing of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 12 December 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cento Per Month. nunon max* a?*. SECOVD TEAR. NO. 81. STORY OF HORRIFYING CRUELTY ALMOST SURPASSING BELIEF This Man Was a Patient in Isolation Hospital of Spokane and the Treatment He Claims to Have Received Was Inconceivably Cruel. X nonifylng- stats of affairs exists M Spokaas's Isolation hospital, •malipox patients are without a nurse. True, there is a maa and wife tk.re, but there Is no nnrss, no ons to look after ths patients la a strict ly scientific, professional way. Ths Press mads searching- inquiries this morning-, and found that ths neglect Is explained, In certain quarter., by laying- it to a dsslrs to says money Cor ths city. Ths Press, not to be baffled, wsnt direct to ths point, found a recently discharged patient, who consented to tell the whole story. "They put me In a shack; a miser able shanty, and through ths cracks ths drafts of cold air were enough to kill a healthy man, to say nothing of « patient down with smallpox. There waa ano...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 12 December 1903

XKe SpoKane Press. Published every Evening Except Sunday by Ths Press Publishing Company. ION SnrmsmT OBBITBBX* ICanaging Editor. ■CKXTTS-McHAS PRESS BSBTXOS. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or t> Bar year, delivered by carrier. No fr«e copies. Subscribers will confer s favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor •r tsrdy delivery to the office. ng Front Aye. telephone stain STB. Boston c » Bos «. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. gs Dsstern office: 63 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: It* Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld. manager of foreign advertising. At'OTTOßll'M —Bittncr company In "My l.'ncle From Japan." Two Historical Pictures. General Funston has added a most repulsive picture to our national kit gallery. It is painted from real life in Alaska. It is the picture of a vanishing: race—tlie Indians who Inhibit the tcrri fory we bought from Russia. The native tribes are slaves of alcohol, a Slavery taught them by civilization. The g...

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