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

Up*to*Date Sporting A[eivs. Corbett Defeate Hanlon In a Hurricane ' Battle. What "Young Corbett" did to Eddie Jlanlon in their battle at San Francis- Co last night will long remain Impress* V upon the minds of followers of the .jilting game. His victory was ao complete over a youngster who is, without doubt, tlie only legitimate op ponent he has that half the good sport ing judges in the country woke up this morning to find their judgment off by nil of a few city blocks; their dope sorely mixed and their pockets with divers kinds of crimps in them. I flfyWlf simply had one of those Spasms one does backward—kind of a bowling knot, y'know. There wasn't much money bet in this city on the re sult for tho reason that, although there .were odds to burn and all that, when Such enormous odds aro given in a light of this class, something is certainly a pipe, and the judgment of the bunch at the ringside must be given credit lor what it's worth in any tight. Evidently Corbett knows he has bee...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 30 December 1903

4 NERVE-RACKING JOB IS THAT OF THE STREET-CAR MOTORMAN Rushing Pell-Mell Through the Crowded Streets, He Gets a Dozen Shocks an Hour—How People Risk Their Lives to Save a Second or Two. There is no worse occupation than mine," said a tired motorman to a Press representative this morning. "It is a thousand times more nerve-racking than that of the engineer on a locomo tive. My car goes pell-mell through the crowded district of the city. Past time must lie made under the new sched ule, and 1 get many a shock in the course of a day. I imagine the track to be clear when suddenly from some obscure place a child will run across! the street in front of me. Stop thej car. did you say? 1 might as well try to stop a hurricane, "Tlie most surprising thing to me is the manner in which so many men and women, especially men. take their lives in their hands l»y rushing across E. L. Tate and Miss Katlnyn ('. Dng pctt v\ere married last night Bt the home of Mrs. J. M, Wcrley. TOU WELL BE AI.Ii SMILE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 31 December 1903

ONE CENT PER COPT Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. nunon max* m. SECOND YEAR. NO. 47. 700 LIVES LOST CHICAGO, Deo. 31.—The Iroquois shatter are of yesterday afternoon ie, all reckonings, ths greatest dis aster of modern times. Never within the memory of man haa there been snob appalling disaster from a lire. Mount Poles could have been no worse. The accounts of ths origin are con flicting. Boms lay It to ths electric wires; other to the explosion of gas, used with the limelights. The cry, "Fire!" started the panic. A majority of those on the ground floor managed to escape, but the 800 to 900 people In the galleries perished miserably like rat* in a trap. The fearful jam of human bodies told th* story. Women and children screaming "Fire!" be came insane with fear, dashed to the gallery doorways, whioh were almost instantly Jammed with the dead and dying. WERE SUFFOCATED. Those Inside were suffocated by the gases, smoke and flames. The the ater, all told, held 1300. The awful hillocks of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 31 December 1903

t THe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Bundar by The Press Publishing Company. JOKK IDIBIT OBSTTSaXh Managing Editor. BO*IPPB-Mc»AE PKESB BHTICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or $3 per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting ail casea of poor Br tardy delivery to the office. ■it Front are. Telephone Main 878. PostoStoe Bon 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 63 Tribune building, New York City. Chicago office: 306 Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld. manager of foreign advertising. Chasing Chances. Roseoe W. Derby, a Cleveland machinist, based his hope of fortune on his belief in luck. He was a good workman and earned enough to have supported his modest family In comfort but for his continual "investments." He took chances on races and rallies and in investment concerns. All the money he could scrape together or borrow he put into chances. And at last he found himself in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 31 December 1903

Up* to* Date Sporting Aleivs. Good Resolution Made by the Piker Today. ■ "It's n. prlact ta-ta to the ponies for ke," remarked the Piker this after- Bb>n as he placed the last four btts In the world on a long shot ejJJjTd Lost it. ' Then ho went out to a beanery and ate a 10-cent grab and his thoughts slowly wandered to the restaurant Across tho street where ho should Lhave been sitting down to a swell Irprend of turkey and cranberry sauno, a mince pie thrown In, together with UmnajS tho cholco delicacies of this year, pick winners unless y' know low," his friend told him. "No, that's about the size of It, but [hen, you see, I thought I knew how." "And you only Just pike along. Why Jon't you stay away for a week or )o, then come In with a package of the dough and get It down on some thing that has a show for the ■money ?" I "How did you start tho ponies, •anyway?" his friend continued. "Well. I got the fever Just like the rest of 'cm —read all about John W. Gates, John J. Uyan, J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 31 December 1903

win wed Quietly « EAST AURORA, N. V., Dec. 31 — Jjkn authoritative announcement in re gard to the wedding of Elbert Hubbard Mad of the Roycrofters, and Miss Alice Mpore, is unobtainable here, but the impression prevails that the marriage trill •be quietly celebrated tomorrow aa previously intimated by Mr. Hub bard. Since the divorce granted to Mrs. Hubbard, in the trial of which Miss Moore figured as the co-respond ent. Mr. Hubbard and Miss Moore have been together constantly ond that their marriage is scheduled for an early date, and probably for tomorrow, is regarded as a certainty. C. E. Smith In Charge. Clarence E. Smith was today ap pointed administrator of the estate of ,\Valter Hogan. THE WASHINGTON HOME COMPANY SELLS MAJORITY OF ITS CAPI TAL STOCK TO A PBOQBESB IVE PORTLAND CON CERN. NEW MANAGER. ELECTED—PROS PECTS BRIGHT rOS THE HOME BUYERS. The reporter with the "nose for iiewe" learned today that there wan "something doing up at tlie office of The Washington Home company ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 1 January 1904

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. W m — " ww — w ~™ppj • eaanv nuraon max* m, SECOND TEAS. NO. 48. ALL ESCAPES WERE LOCKED v!ie Iroquois Theatre Was Nothing More Than a Prison for the Cremation of the Hundreds of Little Ones—The Authorities Will Fasten Responsibility | for the Disaster Where It Belongs. CHICAGO, Jan. I.—Detectives axe scouring th. city today In search of juen believed to be In some way re sponsible for th. great oalamlty In Connection with the Iroquois Are. All those In any way connected with th. management of th. theater are un der surveillance. They strenuously repel all assertions that carelessness was th. cause of the holocaust and claim that the best methods known GORGEOUS UNIFORMS GAVE COLOR AND BRILLIANCY TO THE EVENT Thousands Attended the New Year Reception Given by the President at the White House—The Roosevelt Family Joined by Ladies of the Cabinet. WASHINGTON, 1). C, Jan. 1.- Tin' people of Washington teem never to tire of white house recept...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 1 January 1904

8 TKe SpoKane Press. rubllshed Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. Wl» HUBERT QBEUBEL Managing Editor. BCBIFPS-McRAE FBEBS STB VICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-live cents per month or J3 fer 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. 816 front are. Telephone Main 375. IPostofllce Boa 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 63 Tribune building, New York City. Chicago office: 106 Hartford building. W, H. Porterfleld, manager of foreign advertising. Work for Mere Wage. Secretary of the Treasury Shaw, In a recent address to students, ad mirably epitomized an important secret to success: "If yuu takd my advice." he said, "you will never work for hire. If you work for hire you will never rise. If you work for hire life will have .little else for you but drudgery, nnd eight hours per day—ten hours per .day at the most —is all that you can sta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 1 January 1904

PRETTY GIRLS IN KNICKERS WHO PLAY BASKET BALL. LF.s moinf.s, To.. Jan. I.—Ona nf the fastest basket ball teams In' the middle west is that which repre sents Highland I'ark oollege. Tlie young women who comprise the team have every reason to be proud of their past a enlevements and to look forward to greater performances this THE MAN WITHOUT A SHADOW k Translated from A. tou CUamlsio, by Tobias Mitchell Especially for the Spokane Press. Her f,Vi,er now entered, and I do- Clared to him my intention of solicit ing his daughter s hand. I fixed tho time ahead, I told him. because cir cumstances might probably occur in tho Interval materially to Influence my future destiny; but my love for his daughter was ohangeieaa, The good old man started at hear ing such words from Ihe mouth of Count Peter. He fell upon my neck. Then cc began to doubt, to ponder, and to scrutinize; and spoke of dowry. Security, and future provision for his beloved child. 1 thanked him for having reminded me of all th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 1 January 1904

4 Up*to*Date Sporting A[eivs. Bowling (of tho Modal at Coeur d'Alene Alleys Howling for the piizc medal at the alleys of the Coeur d'Alene dub has commenced ami some very remarkable scores have thus far been made. It isn't as if one was bowling for just a lew games.'-but it is the average score of SO games that will entitle the hold er to the magnificent medal and the championship of all the ten-pin lsiwl ers of the city aud county. Thus far Prank Dobbins, the policeman, has the highest average, but tor* the' number of games played -Dvorak is away ahead with his 47 games. Out of these games he lias an average of 173. TJiew is not the least doubt but what it is a remark able of work with the marbles. The following are the scores of most of the players who have already start ed bowling for the medal: (James. Total. Aye. Bobbins 12 2229 18.1 Townsend 22 8998 181 Dvorak 47 8419 181 Reynolds 13 2.111 177 Franr. 24 4211 175 Nelson 17 2998 176 Tracey 48 7772 161 Hulver 15 2532 168 Ha.-u.cn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 2 January 1904

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. ttMnoMi mar jffc SECOND YEAR. NO. 49. DAY OF CHICAGO'S DEAD Hundreds of Funerals of the Children Pass By, Hour After Hour—Chicago Brooded Over by Universal Woe—Arrests of the Proprietors of the Theatre- Other Arrests Have Been Ordered Up to noon today 563 bodies had been identified. Davie and Powers, proprietors and managers of the Iroquois, who were arrested last night, gave bonds this morning in the sum of 910.000 each. The city building Inspector, who waa arrested last night, also gave bonds In the sum of $10,000. tutor—The revised list of the Iro quois dead as given out by officials this afternoon shows 558 Identified and eight unidentified. The total death list, Including those who died at their homes from in juries, will probably reach 600. Ohloago, Jan. 3.—lt Is the day of the burial of the children: Funeral after funeral, In unending procession, all day long, passed down Chicago's main thoroughfares. It Is the day of the dead. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 2 January 1904

f PLANS Russia Will Have Fine Building at the World's Fair. ' ST. LOUIS, Jan. 2.—Plana for the building to be erected by Russia at the Louisiana Purchase Imposition •tiave just been received by Director-of tWorke Taylor. The Russian pavilion Will stand directly opposite the Chin ese pagodas nnd enst of the hipped-roof structure elected by Sweden, and th? .plans and drawings show that it will add much to the pictureaqueneaa of (the section of foreign buildings. The pavilion is to ho of distinctive Pussinn architecture and will cover en area of nearly ,'lo.iHKi square feet. There will be no less than three tow ns or spires of peculiar Hysantine rlcsign. the tallest rising to a height oi J23 feet above the ground. The buildi&g is rambling In design 3t will comprise the main atructure and ti number of minor structures con net ted by an steaded walk. Each of the towers will be of different design. The highest one, surmounting the main building, will consist of «ti overhang ing batuem...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 2 January 1904

Up'to'Date Sporting A[etvs. The Championship Med al Cause Stir Among the Bowlers. Interest in the bowling for the prize 'championship medal of Spokane is in creasing rapidly during the last few days. Some remarkably good scores are resulting. Some of the men who for the first dozen games they have rolled show a small average have an er«e}lent opportunity to increase this ge before they have wasted the C* .antes which they nre required to roll before being entitled to considera tion in the contest. After having once started on thPse 50 games every game they play counts in the 50. Manager Owney Patton is much pleased with the way the contest has started off. He says there in plenty of interest and an evidence that the averages of the highest men will be so close tho winner will have to exert himself to his very best to win. A few better than the published scores of yesterday. BECOMES A BENEDICT. W. W, Clark of the Warwick pool room was married Inst Saturday and not until yesterday did...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 2 January 1904

4 THe SpoKane Press. Publish**. "*■ " Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company j HUBERT OBEUSEL, Managing r I.!'.jr. ———— ■ — ,— -f. ' 'BIPPS-McRAE PRESS SXaVYICE. »er *' cents per tWent/fltf cants per month or $3 Bu £' a ' ,lv «*e« 1 ter. No frae cOpiec nr tardy °' •16 Trent ava. Telephone Main 375, / * Postomce Box 4. » « . orncj - >x CITY paper. A.B' ■ ■ • y**- - —■ — d«6 V.., ' offlcf »4 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: #* -1 UnlllJiing. W. H. Portertleld. manager of foreign advertising. t i : ;_tzziz "~ ' TORlU.V—Matinee and evening, "Said Pasha." Pass On the Praise. II "You're a great little wife and I don't know what I would do without ■Bon " And as he spoke he put his arms about her and kissed her, and she ■forgot all the care in that moment. And. forgetting all, she sang as she washed the dishes, and sang on as she made the beds, and the song was beard next door, and a woman there caught the refrain, and sang also, and two homes were happier ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 4 January 1904

uNE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cento Per Month. SECOND TEAR. NO. 50. SHALL WE BUILD THE CANAL? ASKS PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT ' WASHINGTON, Jan. 4.—The presi dent's Panama message, delivered to congress today, reviewing the canal action, required 2S printed pages, em bodying reports, telegrams and let ters. Almost all these latter have been published from time to time. The message'opened by reviewing treaties covering the South American countries. Referring to Colombia, he said at the time the negotiations were pending with Cqlompln the adminis tration was criticized for being too liberal. Colombia's" objection, based on the ground ot having 4o relinquish sovereignty over the canal strip, was an afterthought*. No nation could construct and guarantee neutrality for a canal at n less degree of con trol than that stipulated In the treaty. The refusal to grant such de gree of control wns necessarily a re fusal to make nny practicable treaty at nil. Colombia as an Obstructionist. The refusal th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 4 January 1904

9 BIG DEMOCRATIC GUNS WILL HAVE CONFAB TONIGHT ' OTW YORK, Jan. 4.—While tho presence of a score or more of Demo cratic national leaders in New York today is for the ostensible pat puss, of attending tonight's banquet in honor nf Mayor MoClellai. it is no secret in political circles that the gathering of the party leaders is due to considera tions of far greater importance. A conference to discuss plans for organ izing the democratic national commit tee is the real magnet that has attract ed the big men of the party. Those in attendance include such em inent party leaders as Ex-President Cleveland, Ex-Benator David B. Hill, Judge Gray of Deleware, Congressman tDe Armond of Missouri, and Congress man William A. Gaston of Massachu setts. WUliam C. Whitney, John G. Carlisle, August Belmont and others who were connected with the trium phant democracy of Grover Cleveland are also taking part. These leaden do not attempt to conceal their in tention to take, the control of tlie ..The Stage...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 4 January 1904

Up*to*Date Sporting Netvs. CLEVELAND'S STAR BOWLER ONLY A FARMER. CLEVELAND, 0., Jan. 4.-That the Farmers, Cleveland's crack bowling team, will be in the hunt for the money during the annual meeting of the American bowling congress next February is conceded by all who have watched their wonderful performance* this winter. In their match games they have been hitting a 1000 clip "and better on numeroua occasions, and now when they do not get one four-figure score in an evening their admirers are disappointed. , Since the opening of the season the Farmers have forged to the front in the Metropolitan league and their pres ent clip seems to clinch first place for them during the season. The best per formance of the team was on Wednes day night. December 9, on the Krie alleys when they rolled three games against the Superiors, getting 1036 and 1023 respectively. The tidal pins, 3021, gave them an average of 1007 per'game. Just a Few Minutes With the Great Sport Pipe. Next Thursday is the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 4 January 1904

4 TKe SpoKane Press. Fubllshed Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. JOFH HUBERT OaETTBEL, M.... Mr '"g Editor. 3CaUFFS-MoHAX PRESS SERVICE. One cent per < y, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or 13 per year, dellverec . y carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor or tardy delivery to the office. 616 Front are. Telephone Main S7S. Postoffice Bom 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern offloe: 88 Tribune building, New York City. Chicago office: ■06 Hartford building. W. H. Forterfield, manager of foreign advertising. AMUSE ME Iff TS, AUDITORIUM—• The Beggar Trinee." An Honest Girl. Diogenes hunted for an honest man with n lantern. And a later day humorist has said if it took a lantern to find an honest man in Diogenes' day It would require a locomotive headlight today. That may be funny. But it is untrue. , There are more honest people in tlie world at present than ever before. t And honesty pays. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 5 January 1904

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. nunon at act sts. SECOND YEAR. NO. 51. I Ml PACTS CHICAGO, Jan. 6. — Josephine Spencer, 17 yenrs ojd, died of in juries received nt the Iroquois, Inst night, making the number of victims Jgt' She wns removed to her home the fire, where she died. The police* did not know she was In the list of Injured until this morning. George DuSenbery, head super, charged with being responsible for locking doors of the children's MATCH Articles signed For wrestlers To Meet The following articles of agree ment have been signed for the De vaney-McLaughlin wrestling match! Patrick M. Devaney of Spokane, •Wash., nnd O. C. McLaughlin of Brit lid) Columbia. In pursuance of Which both men agree to meet nnd wrestle in Spokane, Wash., on Janu ary It, 1904. for 1100 n side nnd 50 per cent of the gate receipts: t,—Match to be ontch-as-eatch-cau etylc. 'I. —Beat two out of three pinned falls. 8. —Polios Oasette rules to govern. 4.—Evan Lewis strangle bold barred....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 5 January 1904

fifty Years Ihe Standard BAKING POWDItt Impnut ftti flavor and adds fa MM htalthfulnm af th* faade I ' fWipS BAKING POWPg* 00. - CMIOA99 "Pastor of His Flock" to Wed Co-Respondent EAST AURORA, N. V., Jan. 5.- Miss Alice Moore will marry Elbert G. Hubbard, head of the Roycrofters, January I, Miaa Moore was named aa co-respondent in the divorce action brought by Bertha Crawford Hubbard against Era Elbertua, as the author and lecturer styles himself. Miss Moore is now living in seclusion in New England. When it was learned that Elbert O. Hubbard was being sued for divorce it created a sensation, for the "pastor of his flock" had traveled and lectured all over this country and Canada, re ferring to his devotion to his wife, and often taking her with him on his tourd. At the hearing in Buffalo last sum mer it was shown that Era Elbert us aad habitually visited his "affinity," Alice Moore, in her home, and that a girl 7 years old was being raised by Wayland Woodworth of Buffalo, broth er-...

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