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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 25 January 1912

Commissioners' Proceedings Newport Jan. 16.—The Board of County Com missioners met pursuant to adjournment. All members present. The matter of bonding Pend Oreille county for taking up outstanding warrants on current expense fund was discussed, and the following resolution was introduced by L. L. Mathews aud recommended for passage, seconded by D. R Atherton. Resolution passed unanimously: RESOLUTION W'hereas, It has been determined by and ap pears to the present qualified ana acting Board of County Commissioners of Peud Oreille county, state of Washington, that on this 16th day oi January, 1912, there are outstanding against the current expense fund of said countv of Pend Oreille, state of Washington, warrants regularly and legally issued by said county to the amount of one hundred and eight thousand twenty three and 70-100ths dollars j $108.023 70 | , and it also appearing that the valuation of the taxable property of said Pend Oreille county, as ascertained by the last assessment...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 1 February 1912

VOLUME XI ILLEY INDIANS ARE DESTITUTE Catholic Father Reports Condi tion of Galispells. Government Should Gare for Them. An article in today's Spokesman-Re view calls attention to the destitute condition of the Calispel Indians, now ekeing out a miserable existence across the river from Cusick. The article is inspired by the experi ence of Rev. Taelman, president of Gonzaga College at Spokane, who was called to the camp to administer the last rites to a dying Indian maiden, but who arrived too late to render the con solation of religion, officiating instead at the funeral. Delay in getting word to Father Taelman was caused by the fact that the entire tribe of Indians could not muster the price of a telegram. The condition in which the reverend father found the tribe is best described in his own words: "Nearly all the tribe has been sick since my visit New Year's," said Father Toelman, "yet they have never had the benefit of a doctor or medical attend ance. There never has been a sch...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 1 February 1912

REPUBLICAN LEADERS TORTURED AND KILLED Revenge by Revolutionists May Mean Series of Horrors Like Hankow and Nanking. Pekin.—Seizing 21 prominent Re publican leaders at Mukden, imper ialists subjected the prisoners to hide ous tortures before finally putting them to death. Revolutionists have sworn retaliation, and the atrocities, it is feared here, will cause another series of horrors, such as were enact ed at Hankow and Nanking. Imperial ists threaten to continue the slaughter. Reports reaching here from the north state that the imperial garri sons are preparing to join the rebel forces because they have received no money for their services. This news has thrown consternation into the ranks of the Manchus and the older princes have renewed their efforts to persuade the dowager empress to ab dicate. London. —A dispatch from Tientsin says the imperial family met at the palace in Pekin to consider the ques tion of abdication. Yuan Shi Kai has consented to the convening of the national...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 1 February 1912

news from our NATIONAL CAPITAL Final Touches Put on Metal TarLf Bill by Democraiic > Leaders. Washington, D. C. —The tariff revis ion fight opened in the House when consideration of the metal tariff bill was taken up as the first of the meas ures which the Democratic leaders will attempt to force through con gress. All attempts of the Republicans tc amend the measure failed. Considera tion of the bill was marked by sharp division between Democrats and in surgent Republicans and the open declaration of many of the insurgents that they were against the bill. The attempt to amend the bill be gan as soon as Mr. Underwood shut off debate. The Republicans fought application for cloture rule, but lost. The bill as it will go to the Senate will carry an average reduction of tariff duties on all metal articles of about 35 per cent from the rates of the Payne-Aldrich law now in force. It is expected if it becomes law to increase imports by $25,000,000 and reduce revenues about $900,000. Ma...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 1 February 1912

In Memoriam K Miss Rachel Chapman Kennedy was born at West Fairfield, Pa. Jan. 29, 1840, and died in Newport, Wash., Jan. 31, 1912, being 72 years and two days of age. She became a Christian when about 16 years old and later united with the Baptist church. Miss Kennedy devoted the larger por tion of her life to nursing. She re ceived her course of training in the Missouri Baptist Sanitarium, of St. Louis, under Dr. W. H. Mayfield. She also later nursed in the Mayfield Sani tarium. She came to Newport about five years ago. She has been a great sufferer from rheumatism and related afflictions for over two years. About a month ago she was moved to the home of her sister, Mrs. W. H. Moore, on Scott avenue, where she passed quietly away at 11 a. m. Wednesday. £ Miss Kennedy was a kind and gentle Christian spirit, loved and respected by all who knew her. She was an esteemed member of the Baptist church in New port, having brought her letter from the Third Baptist church of St. Louis. She ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 1 February 1912

A Good Bank in a Good Town •J We are bigger, better and stronger than ever. During the years of our existence our aim has been to extend to our patrons the best possible service. Our growth is evidence that the banking institution which shows the greatest safeguard around its business in order to protect its deposit ors, merits the confidence of the public. It you are not a customer of this bank, let this be your invitation to become one, our relations will be mutually profitable. in and grow with us. We will appreciate your help and will hold our selves in readiness to help you in return Security State Bank Che tftewport Winer Thursday, February 1, 1912. FRED L. WOLF, Editor and Publisher Entered in the postoflice at Newport, Wash, agton as second class mail matter, SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 51.50 BACH YEAR OFFICIAL PAPER PEND OREILLE CO. JUST AMONG OURSELVES Rick wood for sale. Draying. Phone 128. W. F. Knight. Manicure Sets priced for after holi day sellsng at P. 0. Store. Phillip Lints...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 1 February 1912

The Invalid A Russian Nobleman Injured While Hunting Is Entertained by a Charming Woman By GEORGE BECKWITH A party of gentlemen were hunting In the province of Tula, in Russia. One of them, Count Radzlmoff, a man Hbout thirty-two and of a very aristo cratic mien, was thrown from his horse and injured. On an eminence near by appeared a castle of modern build, and the count's servant wa? sent there to inquire if his master would be welcome until he might re cover from his injuries. The servant rode to the castle, asked for the own er and was ushered into the presence of a young and beautiful woman. "My master." he said, "Count Radzi moff, while hunting In the forest be low has fallen from his horse and sont me to learn if he may beg a lodg ment here until it can be determined if he is able to proceed to the capital." At the name Radzimoff the lady started. When the man had made his request she called for the master of her stables and ordered him to get out the most comfortable conveya...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 1 February 1912

WASHINGTON STATE KEWS OF INTEREST Important Happenings of the Week From Towns in Our State. Cutoff to be Duilt Soon. Ellensburg.—The Connell Northern railway, a corporation of the Northern Pacific, filed a deed from the state for a tract of land three miles from the Columbia river in Kit titas county. The land is for station purposes on the Ellensburg-Ritzvillo cut-off, the right of way proper having Previously been bought to within 12 miles of Ellensburg. This revives the report that the cut-off, which will shorten the main line between Spo kane and Seattle 100 miles, will be built this summer. Line up Cliff Assured. White Salmon. —Not later than May 1 a scenic little railway will be start ed from the North Bank road up the side of a 500-foot cliff to the town of White Salmon overlooking the Co lumbia river and the Hood River val ley. The survey has been completed, a Portland firm has submitted a bid, the S. P. & S. will furnish a connec tion with the line, $15,000 has been sub...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 1 February 1912

Our Closing Out Sale of Men's Wear will continue until that part of our stock is all sold. We are positively going out of this line in order to devote our entire attention to Dry Goods Low prices arc made to move the Men's Wear and now is the time to supply your present or future needs. You can't afford to miss this chance to stock up Good Goods at Low Prices Some Exceptional Bargains in Dry Goods and Ladies' Furnishings are also being offered right now. C. A. Sherman & C*k Papers Recorded in Countv Offices Reported by the Pend Oreille County Abstract Co., of Newport, Wash. Mining Deeds—Ole Olson to Tones Dyrskog, $1, Hercules Fr Lode in Met aline mining district. Ole Olson to Tones Dyrskog, $1, und i int in Snowstorm placer claim, Meta line district. Proof of Labor —Tones Dyrskog to Public, Snowstorm placer claim and Hercules Fr Lode, Metaline district. Patent —U S to Wm Zoellner, swj, 2-38-42, Deeds—Panhandle Invt Co to Wm J McCoy, $1000, lots 11 and 12, blk 11, lone. Lizzie M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 8 February 1912

VOLUME XI TO BRIDGE PEND OREILLE RIVER Commissioners of Two Counties Favor Proposal. Legislatures Asked Appropriations At a joint meeting of the boards of commissioners of Bonner and Pend Oreille counties, held at the local court house on Wednesday, the proposition to bridge the Pend Orelle river at New port was put on foot and steps taken toward securing state and federal ap propriations for the project. The need of a bridge at this place has been long felt, the ferry crossing as at present maintained being expensive and a makeshift at best, subject to frequent interruptions of service. The Bonner couuty board has taken the initiative in the matter, and the Pend Oreille county board is heartily in favor of it and will lend its best efforts to assist. John P. Dunn, of Moravia, chairman of the Bonner county board, presided at the joint meeting of the boards, and after a discussion of the proposition.a resolution drafted by H. W. Reading, prosecuting attorney of this county, was unani...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 8 February 1912

MEXICO TO RETURN TO DIAZ' METHODS Official Policy is Decided on, and Agitators Will be Pun ished Sw.ftly. Mexico City.—Without blare of trumpets and without official proclam ation the federal government proposes to employ the drastic methods of Diaz in restoring peace. Immediate application of the new policy will ba the naiton's only apprisal of it. This is the substance of a statement by a cabinet minister. Swift punish ment is to be the portion of all agi tators who can be reached, whether of gun or pencil. A few newspaper writers will be deported, it is said, under that provision of the constitu tion which provides for the expulsion of undesirables. Public parades and street orations are to be prohibited In cases where the purpose is in any manner connected with the political affairs. El Paao, Tex. —Juarez is again under control of the Madero government and the garrison that mutinied has been sent to Chihuahua. The tangled affairs of the Mexican city were straightened out by Gene...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 8 February 1912

WASHINGTON STATE NEWS OF INTEREST lr;ipn*tant Happpnlnqs of the W.ek From Towns in Our State. International Circuit Formed. Walla Walla.—An international cir cuit association, an organization com posed of the five fair and racing cir cuits in the west, was formed by the men attending the meeting of the North Pacific Fair Association, after adjournment of that body. The new organization has as officers the newly elected officers of the North Pacific organization, of which Walla Walla is a member, and a board of control composed of the officers of all the circuits included, which are the North Pacific Fair Association, Pacific Coast Association, British Co lumbia Circuit, Western Canadian Cir cuit and International Circuit. Orchard Land Brings Top Price. Kennewick.—A new price for th/ee year-old orchard lands was set here when J. W. Lavigne sold his 12-acre tract on Kennewick Highlands to Mrs. Bertha Simson, of North Yakima, for $750 an acre. The tract is set to ap ples, peaches, grap...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 8 February 1912

There is a Reason Why Cary Gets the Business, th'e big closing=out sale The Greatest Carnival of Bargains Ever Offered the People in the Sales History of this City J Don't take our word for it, Come and See! All Men's and Boys' Suits Less I=2 Price Men's Hats $5.00 Values go at $2.85 $3.00 Values go at $2.00 $2.50 Values go at $1.65 $2.00 Values go at $1.00 $1.50 Values go at $ .80 $1.00 Values go at $ .50 Boys' Hats Worth up to $1.25 now 40c Trousers $5.00 Values go at $3.35 $4.00 Values go at.... $2.40 $3.5 ft Values go at $1.95 $3.00 V lue« go at $1.65 QrtE ArftifS BUCKLE /llUllo Worth up to $1.75 go at 60c Baseball Outlook the Best Ever The coming season promises Newport fans the best baseball in the town's history. The Spirit Lake Herald, has proposed a league to be known as the Pend Oreille League to be com posed of Rathdrum, Spirit Lake, New port, lone and Metaline Falls. The Miner would suggest that it be a four team league and that Sandpoint be in cluded. A four-team league...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 8 February 1912

A Good Bank in a Good Town IfWe are bigger, better and stronger than ever. During the years of our existence our aim has been to extend to our patrons the best possible service. Our growth is evidence that the banking institution which shows the greatest safeguard around its business in order to protect its deposit ors. merits the confidence of the public. It you are not a customer of this bank, let this be your invitation to become one, our relations will be mutually profitable. in and grow with us. We will appreciate your help and will hold our selves in readiness to help you in return Security State Bank (Ebe IHcwport Iffliner Thursday, February 8, 1912. FRED L. WOLF, Editor and Publisher. Entered in the postoffice at Newport, Wash, lgton as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 51.50 EACH YEAR OFFICIAL PAPER PEND OREILLE CO. JUST AMONG OURSELVES Rick wood for sale. Draying. Phone 128. W. F. Knight. Get your valentines at the Tulles Drug Co. Select your wall paper from fac...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 8 February 1912

An Exchange What Came of a Man's Unwit tingly Appropriating Another's Coat By WALTER B. STIRGIS I never put on a winter overcoat un til the days begin to lengthen and the :old begins to strengthen. One morn ing about the Ist of January, when the thermometer had dropped to zero, I took out my heaviest outdoor gar ment and took it to the window to see .f the moths had been using it. It did act look familiar to me. I get all my rlothes at Darby's, so I looked at once It the tailor's mark under the collar md saw the name of a London maker. I was astonished. The coat was not mine and never had been mine. The aiost natural and probable explanation was that the last time 1 had worn a heavy coat the season before I had gone into a restaurant or hotel and hung it up. On going out I had taken mother man's coat, leaving him mine. Thrusting my hand into the pocket, [ took out an unsealed envelope with i photographer's printed name and ad dress on it. Within was the likeness it a girl, about whi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 8 February 1912

ILWS FROM OUR NATIONAL CAPITAL 41 and Steel Tari'f Goes to Sen-i.e Commi t ea on Finance. House Fights Over Rules. A lively fight over the rules took place in the house and resulted in the adoption of an amendment offered by vote of 150 to 100, after heated com parisons of "Underwoodism" with Representative Henry, of Texas, by a "Cannonism" and "Reedism" had been passed between leaders on both sides. The success of Republican Leader Mann in tying up the Democratic house through the manipulation of the new "discharge calendar," which was part of the reform programme adopted in the last congress, resulted in the presentation of the amendment by Chairman Henry, of the rules commit tee. It is proposed to change the rule adopted last year. The present opera tion of the rule to discharge commit tees, instead of operating to prevent the "killing" of bills in committee, has resulted in a congestion of busi ness on the so-called "discharge days." House Fights Over Rules. A lively fight over ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 8 February 1912

FIRE SALE-Goods Are Slightly Damaged by Smoke MEN'S GOODS 16 Men's Overcoats $7.45 formerly $12.50 12 Men's Vests 1.40 formerly 2.00 14 Men's Vests 1.75 formerly 2.50 22 Men's Coats 4.20 formerly 6.00 21 Men's Coats 4.90 formerly 7.00 47 Men's Pants 2.45 formerly 350 6 Men's Pants 2.60 formerly 4.50 6 Men's all wool pants.. 3.00 formerly 4.00 12 Men's Pants 1.00 formerly 150 2 Men's Pants 75 formerly 1.00 2 Mackinaw pants 2.75 formerly 3.75 11 Mackinaw Stag pants. 2.75 formerly 3.75 12 Mackinaw Coats 3.75 formerly 4.60 30 Mackinaw Shirts 2.75 formerly 35C 80 Men's Waist Overalls. .75 formerly 1.00 70 Men's Bib Overalls . .75 formerly 1.00 30 Men's Jumpers 45 formerly .75 14 Men's Jumpers 75 formerly 1.00 9 Men's Oil Pants 75 formerly 1.25 4 Men's Oil Coats 75 formerly 1.25 4 Men's Oil Coats, long. 1.20 formerly 2-00 200 Men's Work Shirts. . . .40 formerly .50 19 Black Sateen Shirts.. . 1.00 formerly 125 20 Black Sateen Shirts... .95 formerly .75 80 Men's Medium weight cotton Underwe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 15 February 1912

VOLUME XI DAHO SIDE TO INCORPORATE Sentiment Very Strong In Favor of Movement. Will Make Improvements Possible. There is a strong movement on foot for the incorporation of the Idaho side of the town of Newport, and at a meeting held at the Idaho school house Tuesday evening a practically unani mous sentiment in favor of incorpora tion was evidenced by the large crowd of residents and taxpayers in attend- Bnce. The meeting was presided over by R. T. Ankerson, with Sidney W. Rogers as secretary. After considerable dis cussion of the proposed move a com mittee, consisting of John Savage, W. J. Geary andWm. Vane, was appointed to circulate a petition for incorporation and secure additional data regarding assessable valuation and cost of town government, and report at another meeting to be held on Thursday even ing, Feb. 22. According to the state laws a popula tion of 200 is required for the incorpor ation of a town. Those who are pro moting the move have ascertained that there is now w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 15 February 1912

INVASION FEARED BY MEXICAN GOVERNOR Fiery Message, Strongly Anti- American, is Issued to People of Mexico. El Paso, Tex. —Mexico is to be crushed under the military force of the United States and is to lose its identity as a world power. This is the message of Acting Governor Aur elance Gonzales to the people of Mex ico and his native state of Chihuahua. The message was telegraphed to all the jefe politicos of the state, and created a sensation among the Mexi can and American population of the state. The mobilization of the American army means the invasion of Mexico, Governor Gonzales says in his fire brand message. "The hand of the oppressor is press ing hard upon your brow," he contin ues, "and will brand alll true Mexi cans as slaves unless they resist the foreign power. The attitude of the United States toward Mexico is one of a lordly master toward an abject •lave." The proclamation amounts to a call to arms to resist an American inva sion of Mexico and has caused con sternatio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 15 February 1912

WASHINGTON STATE NEWS OF INTEREST! Important Happenings of the Week From Towns in Our ' ' State. Indian Slayer Convicted. North Yakima. —Jim Johnson, an Indjian, accused of killing William Lusby, an old man living with his wife on leased land on the Yakima reservation, some months ago, was convicted of murder in the second de gree. Both Lusby and his wife were terribly beaten by their assailant, the old man dying almost at once, and Mrs. Lusby's life being despaired of for some time. Aberdeen Man Declines Office. Aberdeen. —After considering for several weeks the appointment to the vacancy on the state public service commission tendered him by Governor Hay, E. C. Miller, of this city, presi dent of the Aberdeen chamber of commerce, announces that he has de clined the appointment, basing his ac tion on his desire to remain in Aber deen and on his financial interests, which will not permit him to accept service with the state. INDIANS DISLIKE PLAN Colville Chief Goes East to Piead for...

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