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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 14 January 1903

4 FAIR WIFE FORGIVES HER ERRING HUSBAND Tho little town of Rockford, one cf Spokane county's thriving (inters. Is the scene of n scandal in high society and heads arc shaking and tjusy tongues are wagging at a great rate. For over a year M. H. .Tellison Bnd his wife had been respected anil honored members of tho local too of Rockford. He was a well-to-do real estate broker, a member i»f the firm of Gilbert &• Jettison, a pillar of the Presbyterian church and a shining light in secret societies. Apparently he and his wife were most happy together, and there seemed not a tloud on the matrimonial sky. Now in this town of Rockford there Uvea a number of fair women besides, pretty Mrs. Jellison. Among them is Mrs. Maude O'Leary, daughter of Mrs. George A. Sheldon, anil her beauty caught the eye and fascinat ed the mind of the thriving broker to such an extent that he forgot temporarily that he was wedded to *ne more charming. Why is it. that when the little blind god shoots, those pi...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 15 January 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents per Month tmt * .... - NO. 60. BYSTANDER SHOT IN A TENDERLOIN RESORT r 'At 6 o'clock this morning a tragedy Was enacted In Charley Deragatls' sa loon in the tenderloin district at Ell Main aye. and resulted In the murder of Arthur La Brusse, a young French- Canadian of about 28 years of age. The murderer has fled the city. The story of the witnesses, most Of whom are habitues of the tender loin, Is that the shooting was acci dental. Just before 6 o'clock a man who had caroused during the night In the apartments of a French woman nam ed Carmine came Into the saloon and drew from his pocket a Colt's ante matlc revolver. None of the several loungers about SHEEP GRAZING. PKNDLETON, Ore., Jan. 15.—An Organised effort Is being made among the sheepmen all over eastern Oregon to fight the bill to be Introduced In the Oregon legislature "providing a two-mile limit for tho herding or grazing of sheep. It is said the fight for nnd against the bill will be a ...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 15 January 1903

8 The SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Co. 6CRIPPS-McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month Br l; per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor or tardy delivery to the office. eie rrott are. ■Telephone Main 375. l-ottoffloa Box 555. Martin A. Knapp, chairman of the Interstate commerce commission, has aroused new Interest on the subiect of publicity as a means to check the abuses of the trusts and watered corporations generally, by his asser tion of the opinion that such help as It might be to possible purchasers of Watered stocks will be mire than offset by what he considers a dangerous precedent of paternalism. If he fears the "paternalism" that would check thesa harmful cor porations, it would be Interesting to know what he thinks of the pater nalism that has fostered them. Is not the "paternalism"' proposed, though a...

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

SPOKANE BOY ACCUSED ' CRIME IN PORTLAND John Cofjjse'n, bailiff In tho criminal department of the superior court, Is In Portland, looking after the Inter ests of his son, Melrose Coffeen, who has been on trial there for alleged complicity In the theft of a diamond pin. Young Coffeen gave his name ns Prank Coster when arrested, evident ly desiring to shield his parents, but his father learned of the affair and went to Portland at once to help him out. The charge against the young man la that he was with another man JESUIT NOVITIATE IN MARYLAND CLOSED BALTIMORE, Md„ Jan. 15.—The final closing today of tho historic old novitiate at Frederick, Md., marks an epoch In the career of the Jesuits, which order -is been prominent in tho affairs of Maryland since tho landing of Calvert In 1634. Tho no vitiate has been removed to St. An drews-on-the-Hudson, for the reason. It Is said, that the south has ceased to bo the center from which novices aro procured nnd that the eastern states, particul...

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

4 COAL RIOT. CHICAGO. Jan. IB.—Two hundred fend fifty tons of coal were distrllmt ed among the destitute families yes terday. A riot occurred as one wagon loaded with coal appeared and there Were a number of free fights In the rush to get the coal. The trouble was stopped by the police. No ar rests were made. DETROIT SELLS COAL DETROIT. Mich.. Jan. 15.—The re tently organized municipal coal com mission has commenced selling soft coal In lots of one ton and less nt $<! per ton. The l>est price at which the commission can buy hard coal is 19 per ton nt the mines, making it cost 110.75 delivered In Detroit. ROSEBERY TO WED. LOUISVILLE, Ky.. Jan. 15.—Tho engagement If announced of Mrs. Alloc Carr ChaUnccy, formerly of this city, and Lord Rosebery of England. Mrs. Chauncey was the wife of the Jate S. S. Chauncey of New York nud Is residing at Cannes. France. Her eister is the wife of Lord Newbor- Cugh of England. OVER DUE STEAMER. NEW YORK. Jan. 18. — Great Rnxiety Is felt over the...

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

ONE CENT PER COPT Twenty-five Cents per Month rtO. 61. •SPOKANE LEGISLATORS INTRODUCE BILLS OLVMI'IA, Wash.. Jan. IB.—The Senate today passed a resolution to print i>oo copies of Senator Tolman's railroad commission hill. Senator Rasher of Spokane Introduced a bill Axing the court officials' fees. This bill is known ns the "Spokane taxpay ers' league hill." Senator Graves In troduced a fellow servants' hill, also nn Anti-pass bill. lit,uiy other, hills were Introduced by other senators. In the house Representative Qulnn of Spokane Introduced a bill to re- BlOVe the election of judges from politics. Representatives Maloney nnd Cooney of Spokane introduced a S-eent per mile railway rale bill. Other bills were Introduced —By Lew is of King, prohibiting nlckel-ln-tho slot machines; by Ounderson of Ma son, an anti-pass bill: by Johnson of Snohomish, forbidding more than eight hours per day labor In mines and smelters. CASTRO'S COUP. - WASHINGTON. Jan. It. —Th# state department has rec...

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

5 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-five cents per month Br S3 per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor Or tardy delivery to the office. gig Front Are. Telephone Main 373. Postoffloe Box 555. It has developed In the testimony before the coal strike arbitration com mission that the Lackawanna county sheriffs deputies during the disorder were In the pay, not of the county, but of the mine operators. This was in confromity with Pennsylvania law, which requires that persons or corporations demanding extraordinary protection shall pay the Cost of it. Bi.t, though it is law, the fact remains that deputies paid by the oper ators must necessarily be looked upon by striking miners aa the direct agents, not of the law, but of the operators. The dignity and the majesty of the law could not ve...

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

TALK OF CHAIN GANG FOR VISITING HOOOS Cltlsens are favorably discussing the subject of the establishment of a chain gang. It .la pointed out, that such a step Would be the means of ridding Spo kane of a groat share of Its lawless element, whose acts are growing In numbsr as tho season advances. Hardly a freight rolls Into one of tho depots without discharging its little bunch of the criminal and hobo flotsam, washed out of other cities, particularly those of the coast, which are at present Indulging In a spasm of "virtue. t The sides of the frolght cars bear witness In the cabalistic figures chalked thereon that Spokane* is known as the "hoboes" heaven." Whenever in the tramp world a particularly soft spot Is found Where the listless fraternity can rest un disturbed the news spreads with a rapidity astonishing to any but the police. Tho simple name of the town with an open hand appended chalked AGAINST DIVISION. COLFAX, Wash., Jan. 16.—A bitter | fight is developing over the propose...

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

4 SAYLOR TO RETIRE FROM SCHOOL WORK The three years' contract entered Into between the board of education and Superintendent J. F. Saylor of the Spokane public schools expires at the close of the present school year in June and Mr. Savior has noti fied that board that he will not be considered a candidate for reelection. This notice was given the board Borne time ago In order to give them plenty of time to select a superintend ent and it has just been made public. Superintendent Saylor said this morning he had nothing' else In view, but should take a year to r, st Up and FATAL WRECK. CUMBERLAND, Jar, 16.—The fast Western express of the Baltimore & Ohio crashed into two engines In the yards while entering the city this morning. Four were instantly killed and a fifth fatally Injured. Several Others were serious injured. Those killed are all trainmen. The boiler of one engine exploded, added to the excitement. The passciyrers in many cases were cut and bruised by being thrown about...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents per Month NO. tf'J. EX-PRIEST MAY BECOME A METHODIST PARSON ' Rev. Dominlek Wagner, the rx- Bencdlcttne priest who was recently admitted to the Kplscopal church un der the name of Key. A. Miles Smyth, lias been ousted from that ministry by Bishop Wells on account of the Scandals which have followed his name from St. Joseph, Mo., Which were exposed in The Tress. Father Wagner was charged with seducing one of his parishioners, Maud Stcldeh whom he was compell ed to marry or spend a term In the Btntc prison. lie afterwards divorc ed her. became penitent, was read mitted to the Catholic clergy. but MEASLES RAGING. Major Anderson. Indian agent from Fort Spokane, states that the measles are still raging nt the Indian school nnd that 95 cases are now in the hospital. The regular school sessions have been abandoned and every employe has been pressed Into Service In nurs ing the sick under tho efficient direc tion of Dr. Mary H. McKee, whom thi' major desc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 17 January 1903

2 The SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except 8 unday by The Press Publishing Co. SCRIPPS-McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, sin cents per week, twenty-five cents per month ar per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor or tardy delivery to the office. 616 Front Aye. Telephone Main 375. Postofflee Box 555. Several London rlerymen have decided to give the women who have Only shabby dresses and hats an equal footing in their churches with the fashionably dressed. Sunday evening services will be held in the dark, In order that no Comparisons of clothing may be made. Since nobody can see or be seen, the poor will have the same standing as the rich. It Is also said In fuvor of this scheme that it will serve to concen trate the female worshlper'3 attention upon serious thoughts by pre venting their becoming absorbed in a study of one another's hats and gowns. This is a new way of treating an old problem...

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

PANADIAN LINE MAY . ABANDON EXTENSION A report has been wired from New York whleh has caused some un easiness among business men of both Hppkane and Seattle. it Is to the effect that the Canadian Pacific rail road has secured control of the Krle line, which will give It entrance Into American territory from Chicago to New York and that this meant tho abandonment of the proposed exten- Bion to Puget sound and Spokane. Though nothing officially is known regarding the purported purchase of the Krle, it Is the opinion of local railroad men that even if tho Brie Is -bought, the Canadian Pacific will still need its own tracks into Seattle, when Its lease on the Northern Pacific tracks expire, and into Spokane, to offset the Great Northern's entrance Into Canadian territory. In as much as the Great Northern at the preaent time controls a largo block of Kria stock. It Is possible that some agreement has been entered Into whereby the Canadian road has agreed not to construct into this ter ri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 17 January 1903

4 OUT AGAIN, IN AGAIN. Released from the county Jail yes terdsy morning. John Nolan made haste to again have himself Incar cerated by an attempted holdup nt 7:30 last night. E. Lnshbrook. who rooms at the Emery hotel, alleges that he was walking along Main aye. between ' Vsshington and BtevetlS, when Nolan puddenly appeared out of the dark ness and with hand on hip demanded J.ashbrook to produce. He was on the point of complying when two men came running along the street and the would-be highway man made himself scarce for the time. Mr. lnshbrook Informed an officer, Who accompanied him to the Arcade restaurant, where 'lie alleged footpad ; had disappeared. Nolan was there ; engaged in an argument with the proprietor, who the officer lie was trying to borrow two bits. At] the station Nolan denied any attempt at robbery. TURKISH MASSACRE. Vienna. Jan. it.—The newspaper Die Information today received a re- j port that 250 Macedonians returning to their homes from Kosteidt, Bul garia, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 19 January 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents per MontH NO. 68. SHOOTS SWEETHEART AND HIMSELF BECAUSE SHE DID NOT LOVE HIM ' 'About 11:30 o'clock this morning ft Shocking murder and suicide occurred at the residence of S. Schuleln at 420 Howard st. Because she did not love him, Ed Spencer, a waiter, about 24 years old, shot Ella Mundt, aged 18, the scrvnnt nt the Schuleln residence, through the heart and then turned the pistol on himself. The girl must have died instantly, as she was dead when tho police reached the scene. The young man Is lingering lv all the agonies of a dying man. SCENE OT TRAGEDY. The tragedy took place In the kitchen nt tho southwest corner of tho residence and after shooting the girl her murderer turned the Weapon on himself nnd laid down beside her. Dr. Esslg was called, but the girl was past all help and tho young man was fast failing. The pistol, a 38 caliber British bull dog, was found lying between the two bodies. Only two shells were in the chambers. FORGER IS CAU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 19 January 1903

2 THe SpoKane Press. OEOBOE PUTNAM, Manager. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Co. SCRIPPSMcRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month Or 13 per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor or tardy delivery to the office. 616 Front Aye. Telephone Main 376. Foetofßce Box SSS. THE WINNIE DAVIS EPISODE. When will there come a time when bitterness between tho north and the south, engendered by cruel war. shall have an end? We facilitate the country over the cementing of the sections by the Common blood shed In the Spanish war. And while we congratulate ourselves the old rancor flames up again. The proposal to place a tablet in memory of the late Winnie Davis, •"Daughter of the Confederacy," in Grnee Baptist church, Philadelphia, affords a recent occasion for a display of the old hatred. A few months ago a tablet to President McKlnley was unveiled ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 19 January 1903

OVATION TO MITCHELL AT MINERS'CONVENTION INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Jan. 19.— flPhe opening of the annual conven tion of the United Mlno Workers of 'America today developed into a pop ular ovation for the head of tho organization, President John Mitchell. The day was designated as "Mitchell dny" by tho citizens of Indianapolis and all classes joined in tits celebration. Mr. Mitchell was escorted to Tom- Unson hall, where the sessions of the convention are being held, by a pro cession of several thousand union men with banners flying and bands playing. Tlr* thoroughfares through which the parade passed wen- lined with spectators, who cheered tho great labor leader. Another ovation awaited Mr. Mit thell when he mado his appearance ton the convention platform. More than 1500 delegates nnd visitors tilled the hall. They represented the union miners of lowa, Indiana, Pennsyl vania. West Virginia. Kentucky, Ten nessee. Illinois. Michigan, Missouri HOBSON SENT WEST. WASHINGTON, Jan. 19*— Naval Co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 19 January 1903

4 REV. NICKELSON TRIED BEHIND CLOSED DOORS The trial of Rev. C. P. Nickelsen, the Colfax minister who gained no toriety some time ago by his atten tion to a Mrs. M. B. Dunbar of Qold tndale. was resumed this morning It Is alleged that the Rev. "Nickelsen came to Spokane a couple of months ago for the purpose of committing suicide nnd wired Mrs. Dunbaf to Join him. Presiding Elder Rev. Henry Brown is presiding at the trial, and Rev. CAB DRIVERS DENY PREACHEA'S CHARGE The statements in the pulpit yes terday made by Dr. Lamb- it Inti mating that Spokane cabbies were in the employe of the prostitution houses has roused the ire of the cab men generally. Vigorous denial was made to the charges by all the drivers. The heads of the two cab com panies stated in substance that they did not see how such n tiling could j occur with their drivers, as the cab men were compelled to duly regis- | BAPTIST CHURCH TO SELL BUILDING STOCK Tie r-r.r-ff.i---' ■'■ ".re T.-f. T- ?- tt*t ritr.-t rut* 6c:..ie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 21 January 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Cents per MontK NO. 65. WILLFUL AND PREMEDITATED MURDER" IS WHAT THE CORONER'S JURY SAYS ' The inquest over tho remains of Ella Mundt was held this morning nt Smith's undertaking parlors ami the Verdict of the coroner's Jury was ns follows: "The girl's name was Ella Mundt, a native of Wisconsin and of German descent. Her age was 19. She came to her death by a gunshot wound In flicted from a revolver in the hands of one Edward Spencer, and the ver dict is that it was willful, deliberate and premeditated murder." The jury was composed of Coroner p. L, Smith, J. W. Charlton, J. H. Bishop, George Winkler, Ivor Boren son, J. H. Long and Joseph lilastino. REED DYING GIRL'S HEAD. lira, Urown, mother-ln-lnw of S. ■cßUleln, nt whoso residence the shooting occurred, testified that the girl had been employed us domestic since last. May. "I was upstairs," stated Mis. BrOWB, "with the baby when I heard n noise that sounded much like two explosions. I was terribly frightened and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 21 January 1903

THe SpoKane Press. a OIOSOS FTJTSTAM, Manager. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by Tb* Press Publishing Co. SCRIPPS McRAE PRESS BERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month pr |1 per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor Or tardy delivery to the office. •IS Front Aye. Telephone Main 375. fostomoe Box 555. The Rev. Dr. W. C. Richardson, rector of St. Paul's Episcopal church, tTiiladelphia. has asserted from his pulpit that society's devices are a menace to the Institutions of the country. i Ho says young women high in the soctal'jjfe of his city drink, smoke Cigarettes and gamble. No doubt of it These assertions have been made of the smart set of other cities and never denied. And there are reasons for this state of affairs. "Satan still some michief finds for idle hands to do," wrote Watt a long time ago. The exelusive-ldle-weulthy set have nothing to do. They Buffer fro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 21 January 1903

COUNTY ASSESSORS ARE IN CONVENTION OLTMPIA. Wash., Jan. 21.— Twenty-one of the 36 counties of tho State were represented at the meet ing of county assessors which open ed yesterday afternoon. Prior to the meeting a Caucus was held, at which the railroad commission bill was dis cussed and the opinion of the ma jority was that It would not be good policy to take the fixing of values on railroad and other property out of the hands of the assessors. In the convention a number of bills Were discussed. Tho county commissioners of the WAGES LOW, PRICES HIGH IN THE EAST V. IT. Harvey, who, with his wife and child, has just returned from a Six weeks' Visit to his old home "on the Wabash," says that It Is neces • sary to see the conditions In other' parts of the country to appreciate Spokane. "Prices are very high In the.east," said Mr. Harvey, "and labor Is poor ly paid. Commodities 801 lns high In PRISONERS ESCAPE. LEWISTON. Idaho, Jan. 21.—Two prisoners escaped from Jail yesterday afternoo...

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