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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 13 November 1902

ONE CENT PER COPY 25 Cls. Per Monti. NO. 5. ANNUL SESSION If AMERICAN i^EOiJiAIION Twenty-Secood Yearly Goo= vention Assembles in New Orleans. NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 13.—Hun dreds of intelligent representatives of the bone and sinew, the muscle and energy of the toiling millions of the United States filled Odd Fel lows' hall at 10 o'clock this morn ing at the opening of the twenty second annual convention of the American Federation of Labor. It was an assemblage of brawny, fine looking, intellectual representatives of the toilers, and one that must Immediately have impressed itself on the minds of the spectators. The ball was handsomely decorated with the banners and Hags of the local labor organist ions, several hun dred members of which occupied Seats in the rear. Promptly at 10 o'clock President Samuel Gompers. Secretary Wilson and the other officers; and members »f the executive eomn'iiitee mounted the rostrum, escorting Messrs. Ar EXCLUDED Governor Wrights' Chinese Servant Refused a...

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. — 13 November 1902

THe SpoKane Press. GEORGE PUTNAM. Manager. Furttl»he<l Every Evening Except Sunday hy The rublishinß Co. SCRIPPS McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One Out Per Copy. Six Cents Per week or Twenty-five Gents PtT Month. I>*!lvn-e<l hy Carrier. No Ft"M Copies. Telephone, Main 375. THE PASSING OF THE PROTECTIVE TARIFF AGE. The industrial world lb fast amalgamating Into one family, and tho lives of empires no lone r serve as the horizon of comm< reial out look and the limit of trade expansion. Modern application ot steam and electricity in transportation and communication is fast annihilatine distance wiping out racial preju dices, reducing climatic differences, and so bringing all mankind to gether in the same mart and into genial understanding among the peo ples of the nations of one another's commercial needs and capabilities, Great business houses nowadays are world institutions, with branches in the commercial capitals of every continent. Within the decade we have seen tbe trusts expan...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 13 November 1902

His Gift Brought Him Both Fame and Trouble. SHE ONLY CHURCH MEMBER OF THE FRENCH ACADEMY won RENOWN BY HIS ELOQUENCE AND INCURRED GOVERN MENTAL ANGER THE SAME WAY. PARIS, Nov. 13.—That same soul- Wlrring and persuasive eloquence Which first gave Cardinal Perraud a place among tho "Forty immortals," just 20 years ago, has brought him now In serious difficulties with the government because of his too fre quent use of it in defense of the vxpelhtd congregations. Ever since ?reml«.. Combes undertook to en force the associations laws against •<he secular orders of France, Car- Minal Perraud has openly preached against both the spirit of and obed ience to Its requirements, and his addrOiWcf have created tremendous opposition to the laws. It is not anticipated that any se rious breach between tho govern ment and the church will result from Perraud's attitude, for the government realizes that he 13 sim ply a serious man, who faithfully believes he Is right in his position. It is believed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 13 November 1902

♦ RAILWAY MEN VOTE ON STRIKE QUESTION Subject is Submitted by Mail to the Orders Estes Organizing Railroad Work ers' Trust. A vote Is now being taken by mail in all trainmen's orders to determine what action, will be taken in the event of a refusal of a de maud for increase in wages which will be made upon the Chicago, Mil waukee & St. Paul, Chicago £ Great Western. Union Pacific. San ta Fe. Chicago & Northwestern. Northern Pacific. Great Northern and the Oregon Railroad & Naviga tion company. The telegraphers of the Great Northern have already presented their contract and are awaiting some action on the part of the men. it being generally understood that the contract as drawn up was re jected by the St. Paul authorities. In connection with the contem plated great strike of the railroad trainmen, President L. Haley of the Arizona division of the Order of Railway Conductors the other day said to a Press reporter that "ru mors of trouble of that kind are not coming from th...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 14 November 1902

ONE CENT PER COPY 25 Cls. Per Monti. NO. 6. SPOKANE GAMBLERS ARE OUT OF A JOB Sheriff Doust and Deputies Raid Four Houses-Some of the Others Close Voluntarily. ' Four of the most prominent gambling houses raided and some of the rest, small and large, closed on their own account marks last eve ning as historic In the annals of gaming in Spokane. On a warrant sworn out by one Charles 10. Burnham Sheriff Doust nnd a force of deputies visited the Combination, the Owl, the Coeur d'Alene and O. K. gambling rooms and BOlzed all the gambling impedi menta in sight. The houses had been notified In advance, however, and the results of the sheriff's haul were not tho handsome roulette, faro and other tables, about, which have, for the past 12 years, been nightly cluster ed an average of 1500 devotees to Dame Chance, but what the doughty sheriff did capture was several wagon loads of old furni ture, musty with long lying In se cluded cellars where It had possibly awaited just such an occasion. K...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 14 November 1902

t The SpoKane Press. PtMl«lM4 Kvery Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Co. SCRIPFS-McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One Trnt IVr Copy, Six Cent! Pi r \\>ck or Twenty-five Cents fcr Month, tviiwrcii i>\ Garrtar. Ko I'iei Copies. Telephone, Main 375. Charles Scarbor of Waterloo, lowa, has passed the flrty year murk and has never cast a ballot at any election. Mr. Bcarber says after seeing the tricks of the politicians he came to the Conclusion that the political game was too deep for him and he decided to leave U alone entirely. This man would doubtless resent being called an anarchist. Ho has no anarchistic beliefs or tendencies. But suppose every cllir.em of the republic should follow his ex am; ile? Eliminate the suffrage and there is nothing left but anarchy rampant. In the last analysis in this country the politicians go back to the people for their power. This power is delegated at the ballot box. Break the connection between the power house and the machinery of government ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 14 November 1902

JBERS HJJMf Gang Breaks into Residences, Terrifies Inhabi- tants and Wound Marshal Karhon. ELMIRA, 0.. Nov. 15.—A gang of robbers, heavily armed, entered the City at an early hour thi.s morning. They stole a home and buggy that Was accessible to them, broke In poors and terrified and robbed the Inhabitants of two resid tnces! From the second scene of rob bery they were followed by a young man named Balrd, who op. tied fire on them. Marshal Karhon. who appeared Upon the ground, received a bullet through the hips and fell fatally Wounned, Trie Robbers jumped into a buggy ■ ami drove toward the residence of CASUALTIES. Death Claims More Victims of Boiler Explosion. READING," Pa., Nov. 14.—Four more of those injured at the recent boiler explosion died last night, making a total of eight. Two others are not expected to survive. (!. A. Mitchell, a prominent mer chant of Rossland, B, C, Is stopping at the Hotel Ridpath. HOME OF KINGS TO BE TORN DOWN. THE FAMOUS YORK HOUSE AT TWICKENHAM HAS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 14 November 1902

WAR IS BEING ! WAGED ON BUNCOES Chief Redely Says Every Exertion is Made to Drive Them From the City. "The Dumber of arrests being made the l ist few days* by the de tectives and police," says Chief of Police Reddy, "fully substantiate the statement that war Is being waged on all bunco men. swindlers nnd embezzlers who Stop off at Spo kane intending to work the incom ing public. "It is known to the police depart ment that such men are in the city, but to arrest and convict them and fasten a crime upon them becamcs another matter. "It wis stated by t business man last night that with an efficient po lice and detective force the city should be kept free from ai! men of the criminal class and that the force was inadequate in his estima tion unless it could prevent crime. "To a certain extent tb" business i FRANK PROFANITY. In one of the courty conventions in a certain county in lowa a dele- i gate stood up to put in nomination a candidate for prosecuting attor- j ney. In substance his ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 15 November 1902

COPY NO. 8. RAILDROAD EMPLOYEES ON THE SITUATION Switchmen Tell of Hardships in Con nection With Their Work. ' 'the. railway presidents are pre pared to meet tho pending issues between the employes and the va fiou lines. "It is an unusual drift, If the past Dxpericnces aro sighted as fair ex amples," said a prominent union man this morning, "when the presi dents of the various trunk lines in terest themselves In the actual management of the men." The railway officers say that their Beveral organizations are generally conceded to be conservative and solid organizations. It is certain that the issue will be met and dis cussed, but as to the concessions Intended and as regards what tho RACE RIOT Result of a Young Blood's Murder. TIPTON, Ga., Nov. 15.—A race riot is threatened at King Wood, caused by the murder of Young blood (white) by Charles Hender son (colored). A posse attempted to raid the houso and arrest the negro. The inmates fired a volley, wounding three whites, and one ne gr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 15 November 1902

THe SpoKane Press. OEORQE PUTNAM, Manager. MMMMp JSvecy Evening; Kxcapt SlSnday by Tho Press Publishing Co. — f*' ■■ ' ■ 1 ■ 1 111 f — 1 1 1 -* SCRIPPS-McRAE PRESB SERVICE. W'" ■ ■ * ' »—«« ■ 1 1 •Aae Out Fwr Copy. Six Cento Per \V eek or Twenty-live Cents Per Month, tjellvered by Carrier. No Free Copies. Telephone, Main 375 WHERE THE PRESS CAN BE OBTAINED: Shaw & Borden Co . SO9 .Riverside aye. R L. Hodd. Postofflce News Stand. Robert Hansen, 111 Riverside aye. WINOOW PICTURES. -"Having eyes, they see not." The world is a vast picture gallery. The paintings hung on its •Walls are by the C.reat Artist. Your pictures by "the masters," besides these, are only daubs of {Imitation. The real pictures worth looking at are the "living pictures." Note some of the pictures, framed by the windows of the houses, fin your morning walk. There are all sorts of frames, some broldered •With lace and dim with plate glass, some of solid and narrow panes, some wide open to the passing glance. Here...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 15 November 1902

CONGRESSMAN NEW LANDS ON IRRIGATION More Than Eight Million Now Available for Use SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 15 — Francis G. Newlands, congressman from KWada,. whose election to the United States senate at the next 3esslon of the Nevada legislature is assured by a majority of at least 18 votes on joint ballot, arrived from Keno yesterday. Discussing the election In Nevada Mr. Newlands said: "The Nevada legislature has a total membership of 54, and of these the fuslonlsts have 46 on Joint ballot. It was a hard-fought battle against very powerful influ e/atoa and unusually hostile condi tions. Of the holdover senators the fusionlsts control nine and the re publicans two. "Browgher of Ormsby county and [Williams of Churchill, th« two re publican senators, have declared SLOT MACHINES. Authorities Foresee No Trouble In Ousting Them. In accordance with the recent ac tion of the council which makes it a violation of the law to run money-paying slot machines, the saloon meu are prepared to comply ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 15 November 1902

HE WAS A SOCIETY MAN IN SPOKANE Now Arrested iiv Australia-Wanted in Many Places for Similar Offences. The following telegraphic dis patch from Chicago will be of inter pst to Spokane people, as the prin cipal in the case was at one time the central figure i:j a marriage scandal case in this city. That Arlington Buckingham Wadsworth created surprise, admir ation and disgust by his actions here some years ago is still fresh in the memories of the people. He came to the city as a wealthy business man and was soon recog nized as such. He engaged in the real estate business. rod« behind a span of fast horses hauling a fine English trap and was everywhere looked upon with envy. Mr. Wadsworth was a great fav orite with the ladies and his win ning ways soon won for him admir ation on every hand. In the ball room, banquet halls and parlors he could be seen surrounded by a bevy of beautiful and wealthy ladies. He only associated, so far as the pub lic knew, with the best people in the city. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 17 November 1902

ONE CENT PER COPY 15 CIS. HT MHli. NO. 9. STEEL WORKERS ACCUSE PRESIDENT GOMPERS Of Betraying the Interests of Labor. Convention Thrown Into Consternation. NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 17.—Con- Bternation reigned in the conven tion of the American Federation of Labor this afternoon when Dele gate Sheridan of the Amalgamated Iron and Steel Workers introduced a resolution asking for an Investi gation of the charges made by JUSTICE COURT. Emery P. Gilbert, better known throughout the city us Captain Gib bert, has been appointed deputy to the justice of the pence. Captain Gilbert has held official positions for several years, among them a position In the ciyt hall, in the assessor's office and during the last session was tendered an appointment In the house of repre sentatives. Mr. Gilbert was captain of the national guards for years. For the past few months the new deputy was with Mr. Ferguson on the Ket tle Valley railroad as contracting agent. MOLINEUX Wife of Acquited Murderer Seeks Divorce SI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 17 November 1902

I The SpoKane Press. GEORGE PUTNAM. Mr.nagtr. ' "uhHM'/s! Kvcry Kwntnx Kxoept §nrtiJ;ty hy The ProSS Publishing Co. przss SERVICE. Ore On! Per Cbpy. Six «•• nt« Pet W,t .< or Twenty-Are. Cents I'cr Month, rvtivt !-• i t>y Carrier. !*o Wee Popl . telephone, Main 375. SIXTY-ONE HOURS IN A LOCOMOTIVE CAB There war. a railroad wreck r.; Long Hill, Conn. Three men were Wiled, two locomotives and 2t> cars were made into scrip iron and kindling word, nnd an engini er lost his right hand. The engineer was u> i lame. The deaths are laid at his doer, the property loss la his reapanaiollity, and, legally, this crippled man i? so thoroughly in volved that a claim for damages by the relatives of one of the victims was not allowed hy a jury becaoM the accident was caused by the negligence of a fellow employe. That releases ;hi railroad corporation, says the law. Does it? Tho engineer who failed to Fee the signals had been on duty for 61 hours. From Friday at 4 p. ni to Monday at 5 a. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 17 November 1902

FOR THE MURDER OF NELLIE CROPSEY James Wilcox Is Again on Trial for the Killing of ELIZABETH CITY, N. C, Nov. 17.—The term of court which com menced here today promises to be of extraordinary interest, as the case of .lames Wilcox, once convict ed a, the murder of Nellie Cropsey, comes up for trial again. Wilcox Is the son of ex-Sheriff Thomas P. Wilcox of this town. He went to the home of William H. Cropsey, a well-to-do man of this place, on the night of Nov. 20 last, to call on Miss Nellie Crop sey, to whom he had played the de voted lover since 1808. When he arrived the faml'y was in the sit ting room. Roy Crawford was there calling on Miss Olive, a sister of Miss Nellie. Soon after 9 o'clock the members of the house hold, except the two sisters and Miss Carrie Cropsey, a New York cousin, retired. At 1:30 o'clock Miss Carrie went to her room, leaving the to young men, Craw ford and Wilcox, with OUre and Nellie. Wilcox and Nellie had been quarrelling for a month or more and were ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 17 November 1902

GOOD OUTLOOK FOR THUNDER MOUNTAIN Experienced Miner Grows Enthusiastic Over the Output, The latest advices from Thun fle. mountain are to the effect that the roads are practically blocked with snow, so that, although it Is not impossible to get In there, it is now out of the question to use a pack train. There are fully 275 men distributed about the various mines, precedence being given to the town of Roosevelt, which claims half of that number. Many of the mines have been closed un til next season, but the majority of them will be worked throughout the entire winter. Joe Fisher, a miner of some ex perience In New Mexico, writes the following to a friend in this city: "Although I have been Interested In mines and mining for some 2S years and have examined specimens taken from what were considered very good mines. I was never so pleased as when examining speci mens from Thunder Mountain rlaims. "Since then I have visited many 3. BULL: -EAVENS! HANDREW! YOU MAKE ME HOUT A BLOOMIN' FRI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 18 November 1902

! ONE CENT PER COPY I 25 cts. Per Monro. l NO. 10. ANTI-VICE PARTY TO BE ORGANIZED Church People to Put An Independent Ticket in the Field. Rev. George R. Wallace of West minster church is authority for the statement that a ticket will be put Into the political field at the next city campaign pledged to wage war nn Spokane's gambling houses ana all resorts of vice. He said: "I havo known for some time that such a move was on foot and believe that such a IRRIGATION Congress Now in Session at Portland. PORTLAND, Nov. 18— Secretary Moore of the Oregon Irrigation As sociation has received a letter from George B. Cortelyou, secretary to President Roosevelt, in answer to the association's invitation to the president to attend tho irrigation convention now In session, in which Secretary Cortelyou states that other engagements will prevent the president's attending tho conven tion. The Merchants' Entertainment committee met this morning and made final arrangements for the entertainment of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 18 November 1902

_1 The SpoKane Press. M GEORGE PUTNAM, Manager. fcMished Every Evening Except Sunday by Tha Press Publishing Co. SCRIFPSMcRAE PRESS SERVICE. n •'« »'••" Copy. s:\ Cents Per Week or Twenty-five Cents Per Month, JVllveivd by Currier. No Fivi- Copi PS. Telephone, Main 375. A HIDEOUS PICTURE. On la:-t Friday Hall Malum, a negro, was publicly hanged in the T-rivenee of BftflO men, women and children, MahOD bad committed an assault on Mrs. McClOUd. The body on the scaffold swayed by the side of Mrs. Mc-Cloud. who had been given the nearest seat to the condemned. The account •ays: "She uttered a shout of approval as Mahon's body swayed to and tro." Do you take In the full horror of the hideous spectacle?. Read it over again. A negro hanged in tbe presence of an entire community, both Sexes, old and young. That alone is a crime against civilir,ation. And the nauseating particulars tell of a woman, the victim of the negro's lust, a woman with no sense of fitness and no conception of delicacy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 18 November 1902

PROPOSED MOLINEUX DIVORCE PROCEEDINGS Roland Holds Consultation With Attorneys—Be lieved Will Fight Case. fcEW YORK, Nov. IS - Roland B. Molineux held a short consultation this morning with George C. Uat.t lem, one of the attorneys for the defense in the celebrated murder case, regarding the suit for divorce about to be brought in Sioux Falls, Bt4*Vby Ms wife, Blanche Chessbro Molineux. Molineux declined to be inter viewed upon the subject, but it is believed that he proposes to the divorce proceedings, Ex-Judge Olcott, Molineux'a coun- FIENDS PARDONED. Two Human Hyenas Released in the Philippines. WASHINGTON, Nov. 18— The Supreme court of the Philippines has released Jose and Isi more Gun man under the amnesty act. Those men were sentenced to imprison ment for life for tying Lieutenant Piera, a Spanish civil guard, to a stake, where he was starved three days, after which they cut pieces of flesh off his legs and compelled him to eat it. PARDONED. Paralytic Veteran Who Im personated...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 18 November 1902

MARRIED WITHOUT SEEING EACH OTHER Although Bride and Groom Had Been Engaged Twenty-Two Years. PHILIPPI, W. Va.. Nov. 18.— Robert Murphy of Chelan. Wash., and Miss Dora Bolgard of Barbour county were married this week at the home of the bride. They were engaged by their parents 25 years Bgo/when 3 and 2 respectively, and. although a correspondence was kept up for the last 10 years, they never SUSPICION Train Crew Accused of . Holding up Passengers The crew of a Great Northern freight train running between the Spokane Falls & Northern junction and East Spokane is under sus picion by the county police of be ing Implicated in the robbery of two men carried as passengers. One man named Dyer and an other by the name or Smiley, who live in this city and are well known by the employes in the courthouse, report that they boarded the train at Sandpoint, Idaho, together with four other men, for the purpose of getting a ride to BpoKane. During the trip between Sand point and the junction of...

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