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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 December 1902

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents per Month NO. 45. Fphlcano belongs to the ball tosser3 today. Players, magnates nnd fans are on the gui vivo and await the result of the meeting which is now on between the various representatives from the Pacific Northwest league. According to the representatives of the various clubs now here, it will he war, and war to the finish. The ways nnd means to wn.ro the war ,of ex termination on the Coast league Is tin- subject under discussion this afternoon. Rival clubs will be placed in both Seattle nnd Portland, and the franchise of the old Portland team forfeited. V/ALLA WALT.A WANTS IN. Tt Is understood that applications will also bo made today by Walla Walla and Everett for admission to the PaciflO Northwest league, but it is not probable that these applica tions wdll be seriously considered, as league officials are determined to keep clubs In tho two large coast cities. Harry Green, who owned the Bpo NEW S^ E fJs s?AN L ?RAIRIE A plan Is on foot...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 December 1902

i TKe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Col SCRIPPS McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents por month Br $3 per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. •16 Front Aye. "Telephone Mala 375. GOOD GOODS AND GOOD WAGES. 9\n cistern man, who has never been on terms of familiarity with any great amount of money, has visited tho fashionable stores where wealth assembles, witnessed both buying anil paying, and declares that the country Is going to the dogs; that the reople are spendthrifts, and that home life in New York is on sucli a scale of magnificence that ruin must come come day. A fur coat was sold for $4000. • i ' A man paid JSOO for a basket of roses. A set of undergarments for a woman were eagerly purchased for J2500, and a baby's bib was marked $50. Those are scattered samples. The complete list of costly things to cat, Wear and admire Is almost endless. It is possible to stand in more than one Am...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 December 1902

SCHOOL TEACHERS MEET IN SEATTLE SEATTLE, Dec. 29.—The sixteenth 'tfAnual meeting of the Washington Btate Teachers' association was call ed to order this afternoon. Several Important reports were read this afternoon. The following Is the gen eral program: MONDAY EVENING. Address in welcome, Dr. M. A. Mat thews. President's address, R. E. Friars. Music. Social. TUESDAY, 9:15 A. St. Tl:ir> —"Needed School Legislation": '(1) "Affecting Education in General." v Hon. B. B. Bryan. Discussion led by Vv r . E. Wilson, Ellcnsburg. (2) "Af fecting City School Systems," F. B. Gault, Taeoma. Discussion led by J. M. illtt, Port Townsend. (3) "Af fecting County Schools," George A. Bpeneer, Chehalts. Discussion led by R. S. Simpson, Whatcom. 11:30—"The Teacher's Code of •'Ethics," Charles E. Sherman, Sno bomish. TUESDAY EVENING. B:ls—Paper, "Commercial Educa tion in Public Schools," George &. Lancaster, Everett. Discussion led t>y J. P. Wilson, Modern Business col lege. B:4o—Paper, "Is th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 December 1902

4 POULTRY AND PUSSIES SHOW OFF AT TAGOMA TACOMA. Deo. 2t>.—The Taeoma Poultry association Opened its ninth nnnual show today, which will last until January 3. It is the largest show ever held hero, a greater vgy rlety of hlrds being on exhibit that during previous years. Prank W Hitchcock will place the awards, th hns judged at poultry shows on tin coast for years, and has the full con fidence of fanciers. A novel feature of show this yeai Js a cat department. Prizes will hi given for the best looking units o1 the felines exhibited. This is tlx first season that an attempt has beer ADKIEAi DEWEY AND THE TIVE REAE ADMIRALS WHO COMMAND THE GREATEST *LEET EVER ASSEMBLED IN AMERICAN WATERS. RAILWAY NEWS. OREAT NORTHERN PHONES. Local telegraphers state that the large shipment of telephones recently received by the Great Northern is for a telephone system to be used in con nection with the telegraph system In operating the road, thus confirming the news as published exclusively in The ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 30 December 1902

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents per Month NO. 4«. PiT FALLS PLANT IS DESTROYED BY FIRE Th* mammoth plant of tho Tost Falls Sash, Door & Manufacturing company at Post Falls, Idaho, about 10 miles from Spokane, was totally destroyed by lire this morning, witli a loss of $100,000, partly Insured. Tho news was brought to the city this morning by E. E. Engdahl nnd Charles Jasper, general manager and estimator respectively of tho com pany. One of the company's watchmen discovered the blaze issuing from the dynamo room and soon all the hands to the number of about ISO were summoned nnd began the fight which soon proved hopeless. The fire fighting apparatus of the plant, though perfectly adequate un WANTS $2000 DAMAGES FOR CHRISTMAS FALL John H, Teller, who was seriously injured on Christmas day by falling cm a Slippery part of the sidewalk on the east side of Lincoln St., has presented to tho council a demand against the city for $2000. In his claim Mr. Teller alleges that the side...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 30 December 1902

8 TKe SpoKane Press, oeorge PUTNAM, Manager. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Preps Publishing Co. SCRIPPS McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-rive cents per month Or $3 per year, dcllverod by carrier. No free copies. 616 Front Aye. Telephone Mala 375. Dr. David James Durrell, pastor of a fashionable Fifth aye. church In New Tork. has stirred up a mild tempest in a teapot by stating that J. tierpont Morgan and his fellow millionaires can not buy an inch of ground in heaven with all their money. Perhaps not. But why stir up that centrules-old controversy about faith and works? The preacher talks as if he might believe in a material heaven where It is possible to got a corner on pearls or where millionaires would make an effort to pry up the pavements of gold—altogether too prosaic em ployment for the habitues of Wall st. So far as congeniality is concerned the average stock manipulator might Be supposed to prefer the nerve-jangllng noises of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 30 December 1902

GROWING DEMAND FOR WASHINGTON TIMBER Yesterday the passengers on a train Irom the cast nearing Spokane made a rush for windows and platforms. •The cause of their excitement lay on b nearby siding, where a long line ©f fiatcars, bound for the Atlantic <4Jf* Sr >S»? ,ero laden with Washing ton .P „T. NoW\>eJUe ordinary lumber-laden Batoar object of Interest even to an easterner, but the timbers that excited the admiration of these pass en girs were out of the ordinary. There were only four of them, yet it ■squired 18 fiatcars to support them. They were each about eight feet in thickness and each of them occupied the entire length of four flats. Tho railroad men say that now adays a like shipment Is not unusual Since the railroads have had the Curves which would have precluded the bunching of ilatoara taken out Of their roadbeds. The east Is coming gradually to look to Washington for its lumber. For 25 years it has taken Wash CITIES TO DISCUSS NEW LEGISLATION The municipal adn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 30 December 1902

♦ SUPERINTENDENT WARD GOES TO BURLINGTON Will Be Succeded on Great Northern by Slade of the Erie. General Superintendent I". K. Wan ts abOUt to tender his resignation t> the Great Northern Railroad companj and will bo appointed general man ager of the entire Burlington system with headquarters at Chicago, Mr Ward Is a man Who came up from the ranks nnd has been through the va rious departments, lie is well likec by the employes. The announcement of the ehang* comes as a surprise to the Bp ikon people, and the information as to hit advancement is welcomed, it will tx The local telephone company Is making some radical changes In its operating rooms and announces that the people of Spokane arc to hive better service within a short time. The eastern system of answering calls and m iking connections will be put Into effect here, which means that the operator receiving the call will make direct connection with the party wanted, instead of through a second operator ill another part of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 31 December 1902

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents per Month NO. 47. THE RECORD OF THE DYING YEAR PREDICTS PROSPERITY IN SPOKANE Leading Business Men Give Reasons for the City's Growth. EY DE. P. E. 33YBNE, Mayor of Spokane. In the |ust. Spokane has doubled in population every live years, and I think I am conservative In predicting loo.tioo Inhabitants at the end of the Coming fiVfi years. Never have prospects looked so bright for the future of the city as now, -To mention a few things in Store for Spokane: First. Is the new railway connecting Spokane with the Canadian Pacific, giving us terminal rates with the east; then there are our wonderful crops \vith good prices; then the immigration, which will bo larger during the coming year than during any year in our history. 'I'd speak id' small things, there an' new electric lines, new Hour mills, new woollen mills, blocks Of new business blocks nnd from 2600 to 8000 private resiliences planned. BY F. E. GOO HAT.T,, President of Chamber of Commerce. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 31 December 1902

TKe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing C>. SCRIPPS-McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cenls per we ek, twenty live cents j cr month Or 13 per year, delivered by Carrier. No free copies. SIS Front Aye. telephone Slain 375. Nineteen hundred and two at tin- Inst stroke of midnight Will slip its frosty moorings nnd glide silently to the past s eeholeaa shore, with Its hopes and joys, tribulation*, aspirations and triumphs. Great deeds have been wrought on the s Minding anvils of its days. Hammer Strokes of giant Strength have further welded the enduring fabric Of Spokane's commerce end the infant hopes of the city, grown mighty On the milk of success, will feel a new tingle of life as they face the first Bun of the dawning year. The city has grown by leaps and bounds. Sections have been thronged With homes and peopled. Hardly a block but has its new business edifice. Cleaner, faster moving stocks characterise the business mart. The d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 31 December 1902

9 THe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Co. SCRIPPS-McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-live cents per month or 13 per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. 816 Front Aye. Telephone Slain 375. Nineteen hundred and two at the Inst stroke of midnight will slip Its frosty moorings nnd glide silently to the past s echoleSS shore, with Its hopes and Joys, trfb Jlations, aspirations and triumphs. Great deeds have keen wrought on the aoiHMHng anvllfl of its days. Hammer studies of giant strength have further welded the enduring fabric Of Spokane's commerce, and the infant hopes Of the city, grown mighty on the milk of succ ess, will feel a new tingle of life as they face the first Sun of the dawning year. The city has grown by leaps and bounds. Sections have been thronged With homes and peopled. Hardly a black but has Its new husiness edifice. Cleaner, faster moving slocks Characterise the business mart. Tho da...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 31 December 1902

WILL WATCH BIRTH OF THE NEW YEAR 1 The Christian Endeavor of the (First United Presbyterian church will hold n watch meeting at tho church tonight. Music and refreshments. fcverybody Is Invited to attend. fThursday evening tho annual dinner of theses* n will take place at the parsonnwjfr Tho tlrtnfc Lutheran church will hold a speW Midnight service, be ginning at rQn*>and lasting until 12 o'clock. A short address will be de livered by Rev. P. Oroschupf and a number of musical selections will bo rendered by tho choir. Tonight tho members nnd other at tendants of the Jefferson St. Metho dist church will hold a watch meet ing at the church, which will bo a prayer meeting, no musical or liter ary program being prepared for tho occasion. Six new members aro to bo taken into the church. At the Plymouth Congregational NEW YEAR SERVICE CATHOLIC CHORCHES Appropriate New Tear's services *vill be held at all the Catholic churches tomorrow. Practically the same musical program will be ren de...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 31 December 1902

4 HERO OF FRENCH BAU. Modesty, lllte virtue. Ims Inns been ' its own reward, but row the courts Will bo asked to place it upon n cash and therefore profit-paying basis, And it nil comes about, through n pair of flesh-colored tights, harmless In themselves, perhaps, tint Wh< n used to display the vemis-llke proportions of a fair feminine Unknown at aj French bnll. so wounded a' 1 shocked the delicate susceptibilities of a young man that he was forced to pro test tit the management. The protest led to his ejection from Elks' Temple on Christmas night, and on account | of this uncalled for and unceremon ious handling he will appeal to the courts for damages through' Ids at- j 'torneys. Roberta A: Miller. of course it is reddlly understood how horrified and shocked the young i man was nt beholding v vision simi lar to that beheld by the late St. An BIG DEATH BATE. JKortslity la the French. Army Alarma the Authorities. PARIS. Dee. ,11.—Military author-| Jtles nre alarmed over that app...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 1 January 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents per Month OPERATORS ON ' VERGE OF STRIKE George, T. Slnde, the new general Superintendent of the Great Northern railway, will probably do his Initial work in directing the movements against the pending strike among the telegraphers and trainmen who aro federated with the other class orders. A railway telegrapher was asked today what were the operators' griev ances. "The main kick," he replied, "is tho utter disregard of a -nan's Standing and rights. "The salary of the average oper ator IS $50 for n month. The hours arc according to the conditions, usu ally 13 hours, unless a snow storm or wreck occurs which delaye trains— then we stay nil night If necessary, nnd If we asked for pay for the extra Service tho reply comes In tho form of a pay check. "They tell us tho most of us nre getting nil We nro worth. In reply wo sny we realize that tbe operator! are not first class nnd that better men nre at leisure and can be secured if the salary Is mnde fir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 1 January 1903

5 The SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing C» SCRIPPS-McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-live cents per month • t>r 5, per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. 616 Front Are. telephone Main 375. WHY CAREY THESE USELESS BCREEKS? Stop a moment by this milestone for a little rest and reflection. It •rill be no time wasted. You will reach your Journey's end just as soon. ITave you not In the march from the last milestone found yourself encumbered with some uesless luggage in the form of bad habits that tax your strength and resources, while doing you no good? Sit down and think about It. Let us talk It over together, as two fellow travelers on the same Journey might well talk about their affairs. Of course. In this case you can't talk back, but you can think to suit yourself, ' This is not to be any sermon. The man who writes It does not pretend to be a bit better or a whit wiser than you are. He just offe...

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

NEW YEAR RECEPTION ~ AT WHITE HOUSE "WASHINGTON, Jan. I.—At 11 this morning n bugle in the new marble •Stridors of the White House sounded the president's call. IminedJately President ltoosevclt and Mrs. Itoose- followed by the cabinet mem y£s With their wives, proceeded O* "a the broad stairways nnd passed down the corridors to the blue room and took their stations In the bay Windows for today's reception, which was the most brill laid the national cnpitol has ever seen. Specially Invited guests, who on Ibrmer occasions crowded behind the president and cabinet, today were Spaced Opposite, where they were able to greet the long lino of visitors. Colonel ilingham stood on the presi dent's left In full uniform and Intro duced each visitor to tho president. Soon places were taken by the Marine band. Who played "The Star A STBASOE OATH. Bow Trench Druggists Bad to Swear 000 Tears Ago. PARIS, Jan. I.—ln a ease now before the local courts It Is held that certain pharmacists were barred fr...

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

WEBER AND FIELDS OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY NEW YORK, Jan. I.—There was tnore than the usual amount of fun and frolic at Weber & fields' music hall. The day Is the twenty-fifth an niversary of the partnership of the well known vaudeville actors and managers and they Celebrated the oc casion ■with a rousing performance to begin early ii the afternoon and con tinue far lnte> the night The career of these manag<=r-a< tors Is nn Interesting one. January 1. ISTB, Weber & Fields Stepped before an audience for the first time. It was an amateur performance and those who recoil vt the occasion say Battleship Maine, Recently Completed—Goes Into Commission Next Week. MARRIAGE INCENSES. Agna Johnson to Idly May Bound tree, both of Spokane; Horace Hand of 'West Branch to Florence A. Hand of Mayhcw, Mis.; James L. McDonald of Kmida, Idaho, to Louise Lemen berger of Bosalia. Wash.! James A. HfcCrea of Bpokane to Elisabeth Kills of Coeur d'Alene; J. H. Mac Donald to Mrs. Anna Hoof, both o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 2 January 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents per Month $5. 49. TRUE HISTORY OF FATHER WAGNER KNOWN IN ST. JOE AS A SCOUNREL In order to get the true record of the ex-Henedictlnc priest. Father Dominjck Wagner, who was on De cember 14 admitted to the clergy of tho Episcopal church in Spokane un der the name of A. Miles The Press has sent to St. Joseph, Mo., to Investigate the mattor. It will bo remembered that the Catholic clergy of this city exposed Father Wagner by publishing his record and that Father Wagner, while admitting portions of their state ments to be true, denied that he had ever seduced Miss Bteldel, or ever been plnced In prison on this charge. The following letter from William 11. Frans, chief of police at St Joseph, Mo., tells Father Wagner's of ficial record In St. Joseph: Marriage Licenses. Mark Amsden to Hnttle Pnrmcter, fcoth of Spokane; Frank L. McNeil to Estella I. Self ridge, both of Spokane; J. A. Cress of Trent to Margaret Sampson of Spokane; John W. Con- Stnn of War...

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

i THe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by Tbe Press Publishing Ca. SCRIPPS-McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, mx cuts per week, twenty-five cents per month or $3 per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Die Front Aye. Telephone Main 375. Pcctoace Box 555. A BABY OFFEBED XTP OB THE AI TAR Or GREED. On Christmas day in Chicago a baby girl, scarce 2 years old, was frozen to death in Its mother's arms. Tho babe was the only child of a young widow, nn Italian, herself little more than a child. During the summer the girl-child was able to keep life tn her own body nnd that of her babe, but winter presented a different problem. Coal kept rising in price ur.tll it got beyond her slender means. The flay before Christmas soft coal was }f, per ton. By the basketful (the way the poor must buy). It was nearly double the pri'-e per ton. The baby fell ill of exposure. The mother could tulk but little English r.nd knew nothing about benevolent societies. She only kne...

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

DETECTIVES WEAR ■ . POLICE UNIFORMS Spokane's former detectlvo force Emerged yesterday as plain police men, helmets, badges, brass buttons anil all. The men seem to like the change and their new duties as regular po- will give them shorter work liJaVliours. P. E. Ooodall, president of the chamber of commerce, and several Other prominent business men when Interviewed this morning expressed ■themselves adversely to the ehungo. mie » v jt ia tho llUeiltlon t0 continue men on detective duty it is pure sCf oily to dress them up in the con REAL ESTATE NEWS. "The contemplative farmer," said a prominent real estate man this morn ing-. "Is coming more and more to realize that a small holding well kept Is much hotter than n hlg acre age that can not bo kept under culti vation. "By the Irrigation system the farm er bids defiance to the weather man. every foot of his ground can be made to produce heavily and a farm of 10 acres thus handled will yield bigger returns than a IGO-acre tract other w...

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