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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 12 December 1903

SPORTING NEWS. Hanlon Favorite Against Ysung Corbctt Odds 10-9 BAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 12.-~C;reat Interest centers in the next fight of |>rime importance here—the bout he- Itween "Young Corbetf and Bjddie Hanlon. Hanlon is a slight favorite in ihe betting, ruling at 10 to 9. ' Hie boxers are on the card to come Sogether on December 29 at the Me chanics' pavilion, the place where Man Francisco holds all of its important lights. They have agreed to weigh 129 pounds at 6 o'clock on the day of their engagement, v > Both ought to meet this notch with- Sit hurting themselves, but of the two te process of reducing will fall harder on the Colorado man. He generally manages to stick on fat when nt lei sure and in training is always a little •worried until he seen the scales and gets past the weigh-in ceremony. It i.s admitted on all sides that ihe champion was not in the best shape at the lime he got into the ring with Hanlon and so narrowly escaped defeit. It was only an admirable abilit...

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. — 12 December 1903

CHRISTMAS TOYS FROM AROUND CAPE HORN Old St. Nicholas, with the exception Of dolls and mechanical toys, has made most of his toys in the I'nlted States this year. Many of the local dealers have displays ip the windows Which will moke the eyes of the small boy nnd girl bulge with astonishment. Everything from a railroad train to sn elephant may be purchased by the Indulgent father. What takes the eye of the small boy this year is the miniature railroad. Pedestrians have the Impression thnt a regular battle Is In progress when they pass along Sprague avenue, but it is nothing more than the exclamations of the small boy as he views with wonder the Intricate system of tracks nnd SULKY Was Newman When Sentenced to Pen for 3 Years "All is fair In love and war." was the plea of Attorney M. C King In behalf of C. It. Newman, arrested for forgery while preparing for his wed ding with a respectable woman of this city, Newman was up for sen fence upon bis plea of guilty. Judge Kiehnrdson heard...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 14 December 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. SECOND YEAR. NO. 82. REV. GEO. WALLACE AND WOMAN CROSS SWORDS ON "THE CRIB" THE SOCIAL EVIL QUESTION AS VIEWED FROM TWO SIDES-"GO THY WAY AND SIN NO MORE." THE PREACHER THROWN BACK ON HIS HAUNCHES LIKE MESSENGER HORSE BROUGHT UP WITH A JERK. 'At Westminster Congregational church last evening Rev. George R- Wallace, in a prelude to his sermon, spoke on "Conclusions Reached After Conference With City Oflicinls Regard ing the Social Evil." Among other things, he said: "Ihe average politician seems to think the average citizen is exceeding ly blind and ignorant concerning ex isting conditions. This is an unwar ranted assumption. Only the election of officers who arc honestly sympathetic with efforts to make our city reasona bly decent can secure -reasonable re forms, "Professional politicians will advo cate any hoary and exploded theory to dodge the only real remedies for public evils. Facts regarding the folly of methods in vogue have no i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 14 December 1903

i TKe SpoKane Press. Published Cvery Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company, 90WMI BUBBBT BBBVSaX, ggsmsujrtxsi Bdtte*. One cent per ropy, six cents per week, twenty five cents per month or f> ••r gear, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor •r tardy delivery to the office. ftl« Front Aye. Telephone Main 378. Postofflcs Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. eastern office: tl Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: gS« Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld. manager of foreign advertising. SPOKANE—"Ben Hur." You Are Rich; Have you good health? And a family to support? Then you are rich. Health is wealth. It is mote than capital. Store than labor. It ts both combined. It ls ability, opportunity, success. Without it the richest man is poor. With it the poorest man is wealthy. The trouble with most of us is that we do not know how to make a proper inventory of the best things of life. We lose sense of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 14 December 1903

Up*to*Date Sporting News. Piker Tells About New Joke He Heard Yesterday "Funny what strange notions some people have." said the Piker, as he wandered about the StMet In the slush yesterday, trying tp get a line on Homethinsi In the otitries that would prove a pipe" for *ortay. "This particular notion I lia#e In mind." he continued, "occurred early yes terday. A bunch of the real thing from Bomewhere jn the backwoods wore rehearsing some old jokes und thinking them as funny as at the time of their Ilrst star engagement. Some of X hem were so very old they are getting, new to this generation. WiMl, M&M fellows went on talking a long time when one of them sprang something that came near causing me to burst my Insides. It was done un consciously, too, but none of them saw the Jokey part of it. Suld the one: " 'Do you know, Mickey, that Patsy is a-working now?' " 'No. is he?' " Tes, wasbln' dishes at *3 a week.' " 'Gee! Funny bow easily some people make money.' "Tbe funny part is," s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 14 December 1903

i WHAT A HUSBAND IS IN REALITY WORTH NEW YOBK. IVc. 14-Only $10.- -(|OO was the verdict rendered by the jury sitting in the second trial before Justice Barrett in the supreme court, of Mrs. Henrietta Fremont's Buit against the Metropolitan Street Rail way for 88P.000 damages, for loss of the life of her husband. Francis Frc mont. The 12 men evidently were not impressed by Francis L. Wellman's declaration that the "sweet-faced lit tle widow, young and attractive, would surely attract a new husband equal in every rOspeti to the one she lost." In the tirst trial tbe verdict of $30.- A MILLIONAIRE WILL PROVIDE BIG REUNION ATHENS, 0, Deo. 14 —George A. Beaton left Athens 25 years ago n poor, penniless lad. to go in to world to make his fortune. He had many hardships and drifted to many parts of the country, finally settling in New York. There he steadily advanced and is today president of the American Financial Security company, and is ai'o interested in many big enterprises. He is a mul...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 15 December 1903

! ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. (sunon kaxb era. SECOND TEAR. NO. M. SHOT AND KILLED WHILE FLEEING FROM THOSE IN PURSUIT JOSEPH DILIO, THE SLAYER OF DEL VECGHIO. IS OVERTAKEN BY A SIMILAR FATE HE WAS TRYING TO EVADE ARREST BY STEVENS' COUNTY MEN WHEN KILLED THIS MORNING That Joseph Dilio, the Italian who shot and killed his partner, Antonio Del Vseohio, last Saturday night, was himself shot and instantly killed near Valley, Stevens Bounty, at an early hour this morning, there is soaroely any doubt. Shortly after 6 o'clock this morn ing Sheriff Doust waa oaUed np at Mrs. Emmeri's will Bobs ip Again Another phase ol the litigation start ed soon after the death of Mrs. Clura .May Kmmcrt at the Isolation hospi tal, cropped out in court this morning and this time it is the dead woman's story. Attorney E. O. Connor present ed to Judge Kennan a petition for the probate of a nuncupative will of Mrs. kmmcrt, by the terms of which she bequeathed her property to her two brothe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 15 December 1903

m Hate The SpoKane Press. ■auuktsaf BUrnt Knalaa fendey by Tho Proas PuMishina ooapu;. » Om eseat gear copy, clx seats per week, twenty-five oenta per month or 91 V yeei, s shewed ky osrrler. No free ooplea. knbeeelbire will confer c favor ky promptly reporting all canes of poor r tardy delivery to tka sffloe. Illtatt&r*, OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. I Msstsra office: M Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: M Hertford building. W. H. Portsrneld, manager of foreign advertialng. SPOKANB— ~Btm Hur." fhe Crime of '62. A Dcs Moines minister said In his pulpit recently: •Politicians talk of the crime of '73.' Why the crime of '73 la nothing i compared with the crime of '62." The minister had reference to the year when congress imposed the iternal revenue tax upon spiritous and malt lluuora and visited his oon- Mnnatioa upon the government for complicity In the liquor business. He did not advise that the revenue tax should be repealed. Way net? To ba aura the politicians would raise...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 15 December 1903

Up*to*Date Sporting Mews. Evil Infuence of a New Brand of Cigarette Tobacco The Piker nearly broke dow>u und wept copiously this morning when a friend who had pointed out a SIMS thing to him asked what the trouble waa, but it waa not on account ol hav ing lost his tour-bits that the tears were cauaed to roll down the back ot the Piker's neck. A certain cigar man of the city, who for some time past had been advocat ing the use of a new brand oi cigarette tobacco, finally persuaded Mr. Plkerinu to use this certain brand. Now the Piker is sorely wrought up about it. "1 wouldn't have cared so much about it," he said in telling of his troubles today, "but tlie chap pro tended to be a friend of mine. I'ou see, it don't look well to oiler a friend jours the "makinV when you can'l recommend it to him. "Of course, this is given in perfect confidence, but the tobacco was simply awful. I depend somewhat upon my trusty cigarette in picking my winners, but today, while smoking this strange br...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 15 December 1903

IftTUNE AROUND J\ I DEAD WOMAN'SaNECK m rOfUC Des. 16.—1n bag* that about th* nook of Mrs. S. M. It* eat New Koch ell c, who was Ist th* Mount V ernon atatlon oi hs risen railroad, was found gold ■Stta to tha amount of flssg.4*. hssesay was the saving of years. I at th* hills wars more than halt Story oM. ks bags oontainad gold pieces itnuag to $147, «1 $lv bills, 6 W f UI tt bUla and $40 in $1 at dlhv here were a dosan bills issued I | 'aad 1567. Th* money was badi ' MJCE WATCHING FOR THE .^oWLItItK ANu/ICKPOCKET •Ues officials and patrolmen are sag their customary special ar fssnants for the reception of the sillier and pickpocket who never ft to put in an appearance at Uie roach ot the holidays. The big ttara usually come Hum the out ft but there are many local peiiy yes who have also lo be watched, fio two of these people work just sUy alike," said one of the vet- Is at ths Spokane police depart iu "Ths cheap uiieves work alone, Ihe proieasional* operate in pairs Miachaa of thre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 16 December 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. nunon kadi art. SECOND YEAR. NO. 34. IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH CHILDREN WERE PLAYING A Visit to the Homes of Dilio Who Murdered Del Vecchio, His Partner. "Sam" Galland Will Be Appointed By the Court to Look After the Estates of Both the Dead Men Attorney T. O. Bobartson appeared before Jadge Kennan this morning aad asksd for a modification of ths order of yesterday appointing a sps oial administrator of ths estate of the murdered Sal ▼eoohlo, killed by DUlo. The facts prsssatsg to the oonrt, hav ing developed otoos ths death of Bilio, ware that ths widows aad creditors of both of ths dead Italians had met aad osrrsed to aak ths court for ths appointment of "Bam" CkUland as ad ministrator. Little dreaming of the blight that has been cast upon their baby Uvea the little children of Mrs. Joe Dilio played this morning about the room In which their father had ahot and killed his partner last Saturday night and for which lie paid the penalty wit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 16 December 1903

L The SpoKane Press. Osm cant per eepy, els eenu per week, twenty-Are eenta per month er t* tr pear. Mlvered bp carrier. Ns free eoplea ■übecrlbere will confer a rarer bp promptly reporting all eaaee at poor r tardy delivery to the offlea M Treat Am rtogkoni Mala ITS. | OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. EfcrtWl •IBm: ■* Tribune building. New Tork City. Chicago offloe: Hertford butldtaa W H. Portarfleld. manager of foreign advertising. I Toiiairi unumn, I BPOKANB —"Boa Hur,' Bhe Saved the Queen. King Edward has made Miss Charlotte Knollys, lady of the bed cham ier to Queen Alexandra, "a daughter of a baron." The service rendered by the woman was thiß: Last Thursday morning early a fire broke out In that part of Sandring lam palace occupied by the queen's apartments. The fire started In Miss Cnolly'a bedroom and communicated shortly to the adjoining bed chamber f the queen. The lady of the bed chamber awoke. Sho called loudly to the queen rithout response. The lire was gaining headway. Miss Knolly...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 16 December 1903

Up'tO'Date Sporting Afeios. Old Fltz Roasts Corbett for Sidestepping Fight Fitzslmmons denies emphatically that he Intends to sell his home at Bensonhurst and open a cafe at Chi cago. He expects to go on the road with a theatrical troupe, but has not yet decided with what company. "I Intend to force that fellow Corbett into a match," says Fitzsimmons, "Just because lie Is circulating stories to the effect that 1 am an old hits bcon. Corbett Is nfraid to light me, -and Is trying to evade a match by de claring I am too old. If we ever meet, and it's my nmbltlon to get on with him, he will have cause to regret his remarks. I never will be too old to beat him, and no one knows that fact better than he. My hand ls getting well; it will take some time, but when it does get strong I will go after Corbett and show him how old I am. The iirst knuckle or my right hand may not get as strong ns It used to be, but the middle knuckle Is nil I want to lay on Corbett. For that mat ter, I can knock ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 16 December 1903

4 Tntwllß Bros thong** rain prevailed and slushy walks made travel unpleasant, our great nine-day toy and holi day goods surprise sals which began Tuesday, December IS, started oft* with such volume aa to keep busy our entire foroe, including the additional help put on for this sals. Last night there were so many buyers in our store at B o'clock that It was nearly 7 before all wars waited on, although we closed promptly at 6 and Ist in no new customers. Below Note Additional Extracts from Our Large Nine Day Sale Circular: List of Gifts Suitable for Infants Silk bonnets, lace and ribbon trimmed. In c010r5..33c Bootees of sephyr; pink, white and blue, etc 16c Coats. Bedford cord, lace trimmed $1.49 Sacquen. knitted wool, assorted colors 49c Dresses, lace trimmed, white lawn $1.98 Straw rattle Bo Celluloid balls 100 Knitted cover balls 10c Dolla IBe Blocks 150 Rattles, knitted cover 10c Rattles, tin Bo Colored balls . Bo Teething rings So Presents Suitable for Gentlemen Suits—Cheviots,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 17 December 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month, TEEEBKOBE MA IE 37 i SECOND YEAR. NO. S5. Dev. id th Wallace Did Dot (lose tie Door in the face ot tbe Scarlet Woman Vemale reports* of The Fresa calls j en H>ev. and Mrs. George B. Wallace at their home. Dressed In the flashy garb of a nymph of the pave, aha tells piteous Story of repentance. Is given kindly SSSgSHggg*, and a home found for her by 'phoning to one of the parishioners. The penltant girl subjected to a searohing ecamlnatlon tonehlag hex past iu>d present life. Afterwards escorted to the door and told. In parting, that "Honesty was the foundation upon which to build a new life.' Bey. Wallace demonstrates la his home that he practices what hs prenehee. A comfortable home, with a breed, fatherly appearing set of doors, whose old fashioned bell gives n most strenuous ring; and a plnk-cheikcd. China-doll mald -thnt was the pro logue to an interview with the Rev. Or. Wallace, crib crusader of suffer ing Spokane! The girl ...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 17 December 1903

THe SpoKane Press. fwljttsaag Every ■venlng Basest Bunder *r Th* Proas Fubllahlng fTampasj Cam seat per eewy. sta eeata per week, twenty-Ays cents per month er IS X* rear, delivered by carrier. No free copies. ■ateeiruere wfll confer ■ favor hy promptly reporting; all easea of goer t* tardy delivery to the once. C «M rsssst Aye. Wdsphoas tenia m. weaaigUi Boa «. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. * a °* l M Trlbun * °oldlng, New York City. Chicago offloe: gee Hartford buUdtag. W H. Forterneld. manager of foreign advertising. ■ NMeM AMTTSBStBNTS. AITDITORIUM—The sacred opera "Queen Rather." " 1 The Brand of the Convict. In the old days of the dark ages a convicted wrongdoer waa branded on the face, that as long aa he lived he might be a despised outoast. We have made some progress—ln form at least. We no longer mark men as orimlnals for life because of one misstep. At least, we don't brand them on the face with hot Irons. We pretend to hold the theory that when a man has paid the penalty of the la...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 17 December 1903

Up*to*Date Sporting Mews. Pm Knights Very Busy at All the Local Alleys • Tlie bowlers of the Coeur d'Alene alleys hsve already commenced to prepare for the return game with the Walla Walla team. Although the date Is still some weeks off, the pin j kidfrhts have made It the principal i topic of conversation nnd conjecture. \ The averages nnd showings of the Individual players in the game Tues day night was a surprlso even fo themselves. Every confidence wns expressed thnt they would win the match, but even "the most sanguine 1 did not anticipate bo complete ' a S-lctory as outclassing them in every game and man for man. At the Athletic Club. The bowling tournament at the al leys of the Spokane Amateur Athletic club still rolls merrily along like the proverbial billows. No scores of any particular brilliancy have been made, but when one considers the alleys are Inone too good shape, the scores might be termed wonderful under the Circumstances. This much Is a fact: AH the bowlers stick...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 17 December 1903

Receiver's Sale for the Cash! ■ \ of the Scotch Plaid and Buffalo Clothing House, ALL PRICES CUT DOWN TO THE CORE Suits that Sold for $15, $18, $20, <fJ4 44 Your Choice for 'r* Here Is a Big Snap....Stetson Hats. You know their real value. We will sell them at $1.00 a hat. One to a customer and no more. 500 DOZ. SUSPENDERS worth $1 for sc. For the closing days we have 500 Dozen Suspenders, that retail at $1.00, to every person entering our store Friday or Saturday we will give your choice for sc, and we have 500 dozen. OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL AFTER CHRISTMAS. Ten Thousand OVERCOATS Must Be Sold Regardless of Cost or Value. 508-510 SPRAGUE AVENUE Local Briefs. A dollar saved a dollar earned. 10 per cent off on trunks and suit cases. Spokane Trunk Fact., SlO6 Howard. Superintendent Lester R. Notbohm, of the street railway, is on a vacation in San Francisco. ' Easy Work Soap—The largest cake on the market for S centa No fancy wrapper—all soap. Acting Mayor Baldwin has signed the ordinan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 18 December 1903

ONE CENT PER COPT SECOND YEAR. NO. 16. n hi Great Suspension Bridge Thrown Open to the Public NEW YORK, Dec.' 18.—Tomorrow, with the booming of cannon, bursting of rockets and the cheering of thou sands, the Williamsburg bridge, span ning the Fast river from Manhattan island to the Williamsburg section of l.ong Island, will be formally opened. Th* bridge is the largest suspension bridge in th* world. At the celebration Mayor Lew, May or-elect McClellan, the borough pres idents of Msnhattan and Brooklyn and mnny other municipal dficia!* will take part, and with the pirturcaque marine parade and the procession on land, the opening up of the new connecting link between Manhattan and Brooklyn will be fittingly observes, It was thought up to the last mo ment that President Roosevelt would able to assist st the ceremonies', but Word has been received from him that It would be impossible for him to be present. However, the federal govern ment will he represented by a number of officials, a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 18 December 1903

TTKe SpoKane Press. * 000 cent par oapy, six easts per weak, twenty-five cents par month ar B «mmt year, delivered hy carrier. No free copies. Subscribers wIU confer a favor by promptly reporting all eases of poor «r tardy delivery to the offlee. As front Aye. telephone htala ST*. ">istii«tii Bos C OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. .— ■astern 011100; M Tribune building. New fork City. Chicago offloe: *** Hartford building VI H. Porterfleld. manager of foreign advertising. TOCTtmrs MMvmamrm. Al'DITt >X 1I M—The Comic opera Mikado." The Faces of the Dead. The Outlook tells a touching story of a man In Buffalo who. years ago, lest his only boy, a lad of It years. When a longing comes oyer the father for a sight of the absent face hs will stand by the school gate, watch every boy who comes out to see if any child looks like his child looked. He never sees the face he looks for, but, cheered by the composite face of boyhood, he takes up his work again. A sweetly pathetic story. £ Aye, and it co...

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