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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 21 January 1903

4 COUNCIL TRANSACTS MUCH NEW BUSINESS At ihc council meeting last night a (delegation from Peaceful Valley pre sented a petition charging that the board of public works had put off the grading and laying of water mains on Wilson aye. The matter was re ferred again to the board of public works. Health Officer Newman requested that the city buy a new dump site. The matter was referred to the health department and the finance com mittee. Corporation Counsel Judson will de cide whether the franchise of the Old Spokane Kleetrlc railway still gives It the right to build tracks obtained, in franchises given In 18(1. The application of Swanson Uros for a saloon license was referred to the license committee. Councilman Woydt introduced a bill that Monroe St. be paved with- as phalt from the north end of the | bridge to the north line of Bridge aye. and from the north line of Bridge aye. to the south line of Hal loa aye. with VitrMi '1 brick. The city engineer will at once draw plans. Preside...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 January 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents per Month NO. 66. GERMANS SHELL FORT AND CAPTURE GUNBOAT WASHINGTON, Jan. 22.— The state department regards the bombard ment of San Carlos by Germany as unwise In the extreme. This second nttack Is undoubtedly the result of pique on the part of the captain of the German Warship Panther, which was compelled to retire in the first attempt. I,A GT'AYTtA, Jan. Sl—Reports from Maracaiho tills mottling stale that the German attack on San Carlos PREACH ON MURDER. Dr. Van Osdel will speak Sunday night at the Baptist ehurdh on "Tho Moral Depravity of Spokane." He Will dtscUSS the causes leading tip to the Howard st. tragedy anil Inquire as to the parties who arc responsible for the dreadful deed. SOUTHERN WRECK. ASIIKVIT.I.E. N. O. Jan. 22.—A rear-end collision between freights on the Southern railway occurred this morning. Two trainmen were fatally and seven others seriously injured- . CITY PAY DAY. r*Poday Is pay dny for city bills for the month of Decem...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 January 1903

The SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Co. SCRIPPS McRAE PRESS BERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month Br 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 375. Postofflee Box 555. THE PENNIES OF THE POOS. Two Now Jersey pastors have been rebuking their parishioners for Staking penny contributions, taking care, however, to declare that they were not condemning persons who gave pennies because they could afford no more, who, said one of the pastors, "are robbing themselves and should give nothing." It was those who could well give dollars but gave only pennies find nickels whom the pastors condemned. These are many, they declared, and there Is no excuse for them. They deplored the fact that in their particular churches the burden of the expense was carried by the poor, who ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 January 1903

FIRST FARMERS' TRUST IS BEING ORGANIZED AINCOLN, Neb., Jan. 2J.—The or ganization of the first genuine farm ers' combino la the purpose of a con ferenoe of farmers begun in this city today. Tho movement has for its di rect object the obtaining of better prices for grain and livestock and the smkiue plan by which Is proposed to accomplish this purpose has attracted Widespread attention. The formation Of 00-operatlve societies is to be the me'liuTii through which the farmers hope to Improve their condition. The idea Is an old one, but never before In America has it been ffut Into oper ation on so large a scale as that planned by the promoters of the pres ent movement. The construction nnd maintenance of co-operative elevators Is one of REVIEW ELEVATOR. The city engineer has condemned the elevator at the Review building. It is stateil the doors are and have been In bad shape for some time. This morning placards are up an nouncing the unsafe condition of tlie affair and watchmen will be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 January 1903

4 MINES OF SUMPTER IN EXCELLENT SHAPE John R. Cassin has returned from Bumpier. Ore., where he went to ex nmine mining COndltlont as concern ing the Alamo and Big Producer claims. He stales that the latter Is Steadily developing from three ledges, the largest 15 feet wide, that shows returns of $10 a ton in gold. It Is a free milling ore and Is treat ed on the property. In the Alamo LYNCH TRIAL. LONDON. Jan. 22—In the trial for high treason of Colonel Lyndh this morning the deposition of Hand ley, en American, was read. Handle? Was commsndeered by the Bo<Ts and met Colonel Lynch While he was com manding a Boer regiment. The deposition states that Colonel Lynch admitted to Handley that he was a British subject Handley ask ed him why he fought Great Britain snd Colonel Lynch replied that lie fought for fun. The prosecution then closed tiie case. FALL OF A BELLE. si NEW YORK, Jan. B!.—Mrs. Anne Clegg Taylor, the sister-in-law of Minister Bowen was sentenced yes terday in the Harlem ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 23 January 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents per Month NO. 67. ANKENY CONTINUES TO GAIN IN BALLOTING OLYMFIA, Wash., Jan. 23.—Many changes resulted on the sixth sena torial ' ballot this noon, which was as follows: Ankeny , SB Preston , 49 Turner 99 Wilson 9 Allen , 7 Oraves 1 Total 136 Necessary to elect 69 SEVENTH BALLOT. Ankeny 55 Preston 44 Turner 89 Wilson 9 Allen > t Oraves 1 ..Total 136 QAXKB AND LOSSES. Ankeny gains over yesterday's hnl CONGRESS HEARING HOLLAND DRIDERY WASHINGTON, Jan. 23. — The house committee on naval affairs, whfl nre Investigating the alleged bribery by the Holland Submarine Boat com pany, met at 10:30 in executive ses sloruXhis morning. After half an hour tho«f.vn session begun and tho public was admitted. Congressman Lesler, who made the accusation of bribery, wus first sworn In nnd said that when elected last year he was against the Holland boat appropriation and was approach ed by Doblin, whom he knew well, RAILROADS SPEND. NEW YORK, Jan. 23.—Expendi tures...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 23 January 1903

TKe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Bunday by The Press Publishing Co. SCRIPPS-McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month Br 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. ■16 rront Are. (Telephone Main 375. Vostofflce Boa 555. London is greatly stirred up over the operation of tho new British licensing act that went Into effect with the new year, and is aimed less at the man who sells liquor than at the man who drinks It. It Is a revolutionary law, based on the idea that it Is not liquor-selling but liquor-drinking that causes drunkenness, disorder and general nuisance to the rublic. Heretofore, the idea has commonly obtained that a man's right to drink, provided he can get the drink. Is sacred. He could get drunk with Impunity so long as he did not become dis prderly. He could rob his family so long as they did not ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 23 January 1903

LYNCH SENTENCED TO DEATH FOR TREASON I.ONDOIT, Jan. 33.—Colonel Arthur lynch, member of parliament for Oalway and late ooloncl In the Boer army, was today found guilty of trea son and Immediately sentenced to death by the lord chief Justice, Lord Alverstone. The defetlSe closed its ease this afternoon after placing only four wit nesses on tlie stand resting Its de fense solely on the fact that Lynch had taken the oath of allegiance to the Boer cause and was therefore a Boer citizen and not a citizen of Qreat Britain and was entitled to the treat- Blent accorded other Boer warriors. Colonel Lynch admitted receiving a SCHWAB WORSE. PALMEIRO, Jan. 23.—The condition Of the health of President C. M. Schwab of the billion-dollar steel trust, has suddenly become alarming. Ills yacht has returned here and he has Suddenly abandoned his trip and has sought medical attendance, Schwab Is reported as suffering from locomotor ataxia. Local Markets. i Prices Paid to Producers. Wheat, per bushel, c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 23 January 1903

4 HUSBAND STOLE BABY THEN DISAPPEABED Mat tie K. Morrison was granted n ■scree of divorce from Hugh Morri son by Judgi Kennan this morning. About Aye months ago Mrs. Morri son claims that her husband request ed her to meet him at a down town Store with their 4-year-old child. Ht told her when they met that he was LADIES' SODALITY. The Young Lotties' Sodality of St. Aloysius Church elected the follow* Ing officers last evening foi the en suing year: President! Miss M*ggie Mo nan an; first assistant. .Miss Hattie liamill: Second assistant. Miss Loretta Har vey: secretary, Miss Cosey Hall; treasurer. Mlsss Gertrude Harvey; saerlstian. Miss Anna O'Sca; director. Key. James Rebmann, S. J. The sodality was established 200 years ago In Rome and has number ed among its members the names of the most prominent people in the .world. The society In Spokane was organized about 12 years ago by the faculty of Ooniaga college. LAWSUIT OVER THE CAPTURE OF A DOG The Jury In the case of L. N. I Starry...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 24 January 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents per Month NO. 68. SENATORIAL DEADLOCK CONTINUES UNCHANGED ' OLYMPIA. Wash., Jan. 24.—But little Interest was manifested today In tlie eighth ballot, which was taken at noon In joint session with tho fol lowing result: Ankeny 54 Preston 49 Turner 89 Wilson c Allen 6 Total 133 Faired two, absent one. deadlock coirrrwuES. The vote today shows tho same condition ns yesterday, no changes. One of Ankeny's and one of Preston's Supporters were paired, nnd one of the latter's men absent. Graves' name has been withdrawn from the list. The deadlock is as tight as ever with apparently no prospect of a break for some days. SEHATE PASSES BILLS. In the senate this'morning Senator Pavls of Pierce Introduced a bill ere NATATORIUM CORPSE HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED The man found dead on the mili tary reservation near Natatorlum park Wednesday has been identified lis Nils Lafholni. a Swede, who has been employed on tho Northern Puci flo at various times. The body was brough...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 24 January 1903

2 THe SpoKane Press. ■ 080808 PUTBAJt, Manager. »_ Published Every Evening Except 8 unday by The Press Publishing Co. SCRIPPS-McRAE PRESS SERVICE. 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 all cases of poor er tardy delivery to the office. SIS Treat Arm. Telephone Main 378. Vostoffloe Bos 555. A PREACHER ON THE PRESS. We ought to know the evil things that are going on in the world. We don't want an Index Expurgatorlus. Wo don't want a censor, either at Washington or In a Chicago editorial chair, to tell Us what we may read. We want to know everything • • • The daily newspaper is a history Of Current life. Its business Is to tell us what went on in the world. It is first of all a reporter. The enterprise of the American Journal Is beyond all praise. But we have a right to ask for something more than enterprise. We have no right to ask the newspaper to s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 24 January 1903

EQUIPMENT DEMANDS BREAK ALL RECORDS NEW YORK, Jan. 2t.—Tho demand Cor railroad equipment continues heavy manufacturers believe the volume of* business during the current year will establish a new record. The American Car and Foundry company, the Pressed Steel Car company, the Standard Car company, the American locomotive works, the Baldwin Loco motive works and the steel rail mills have more unfilled orders on their books than ever before In history. As a rosult of the extraordinary demand nearly every concern engaged In the manufacture of material that enters Into railroad construction will add to Its capacity this year., The Cnlted States Steel corporation will greatly enlarge the capacity of its steel plate and rail manufacturing mills. The Pressed Steel Car company and the American Car and Foundry company Will also Increase their output. The Increase In the output of steel New Locomotives for Ellensburg Run. The Northern Pacific has just re ceived from the Schenectady Locomo tiv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 24 January 1903

4 UNION WRECKING CREW GUILTY OF CONSPIRACY CHICAGO. J..n. 2i — One of the most remarkable trials affecting Union labor came to nn end today when the jury found Jacob Johnston. William Mangan, Gas Hoppe nnd Thomas Christy guilty of conspiracy to commit an assault. FATHER FIGHTS SON FOR LATTER'S CHILD srr.TNr.rin.D, in.. Jan. 24.—The Case of Professor James Brooks, su perintendent of the Shields grammar School of Chicago, who was arrested In Chicago last week While at Sunday school and brought here on a writ charging him with . oi,tempt ..f court, came up for hearing in the Sangamon county circuit court today, Professor Blocks was arrested at the Instance of his father, Andrew M. Brooks of tlie Settle Stuart insti tute of this city, who is lighting with his son for the possession of his son's 12-year-old daughter, Florence, who Was awarded to the grandparents by the Sangamon county court two years Holds Church in Absolute Darkness LONDON, Jan. 21.—With the dou ble object of protecting...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 26 January 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents per Month L NO. 69. LIFE IMPRISONMENT FOR COLONEL LYNCH ' LONDON, Jan. 26.—1t is stated in official circles this morning that Col onel Arthur Lynch's sentence will be commuted to life imprisonment and may be the subject for further consideration after a limited number Of years. Colonel Lynch was tried on a charge of high treason and sentenced to death. During the late war in TWO ARE KILLED TWO FATALLY INJURED WILLTAMSPORT. Pa.. Jan. 2«.~ Two killed and two fatally Injured nre the results of a derailed freight train on the North Branch railway this morning. The accident occurred nt Lake Mokama. The train consist ed of a locomotive and 20 cars, the latter loaded with merchandise. The train went over a 40-foot embank ment nnd the scene Is a mass of de bris. The cars are piled on top of each other, and timbers, car trucks nnd miscellaneous merchandise are scattered oyer a considerable spaco of ground. PENDLETON, Ore.. Jan. 26.—A Washout on the O. It. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 26 January 1903

t 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 •r 13 per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer s favor by promptly reporting all eases of poor ©r tardy delivery to the office. 116 rrunt Aye. telephone Main 378. JPostoffice Bos 655. THE FATE OF THE SNORER. Men mid women have been killed because of ambition, love, hate, spite nnd a thousand other things. It was left for California to come to the front With an attempted murder because somebojy snored. Tou don't blame the person who tried to Inflict the death penalty? Of course not. Humanity despises the Bnorer, and yet few are free from the disease, habit, exercise or amusement—call it what you will. It was In the poorhouse of Butte county, a paradise of poverty, where the smell of orange blossoms fills the air and the golden fruit is as plentiful fts fish in the sea. And ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 26 January 1903

DR. VAN OSDEL TURNS ATTENTION TO VICE Rev. Dr T J. Oliver Van Osdel used his bare knuckles on Iniquity in Spo kane at the services in the First Bap tist church last evening. Tho eloquent Baptist divine does not allow himself to be lightly drawn Into discussions of social evils and the announcement that ho would touch upon the Immorality of Spo kane served to fill tho edifice. Dr. Van Osdel traced the three recent tragedies that have shocked Spokane to the saloons, and said that, KlthOUgh the slayer of BUS Mundt wns undoubtedly crazed by drink, he should suffer tho death penalty, and the men who sold him the drink, with the authorities who licensed Its sell ing, should also be punished. Then the preacher brought the limelight to bear upon the question that Is nt present nearest the First Baptist "hurch's heart —that of the contemplated opening of a saloon In tho church neighborhood on Second aye. "I have been told," snld Dr. Van Osdel, "that the placo Is to be a German boarding house...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 26 January 1903

4 DOBLIN SAYS HE LIED AND SAVES MR. QUIGG WASHINGTON, Jan. 2fi.—At the Lcssler investigation this morning Attorney Rogers of Xew York made a sensational statement, lie said he had been requested by Doblin to ap pear and tell the committee thai part of his testimony was false. He ad vised him to come before the com mittee again. He said his client had a sworn statement which reflected on Legator. Doblin. who was present, was called bark to the stand and was sworn and Rbgers asked such im munity as the law allows. Taylor Bald the commission was powerless, ns the statutes cover the ease. He MAUBIAOE LICENSES. John H. Nordiiuist of Wallace. Ida ho, to Dura Sommers of Kellogg. Idaho. F. C. Benway to Edna Dimmick, both of Spokane. John Morrison to Edna Golivalt. both of Spokane. Malcolm Reid to Minnie Heeblnk, both of Spokane. BCILDIHO PERMITS. Building permits were issued today to George Mackie to erect an addi tion to his frame cottage In Rail road addition, to cost $300; F. H. Goodhue,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 27 January 1903

ONE.CENT PER COPY CARRIERS WANTED. NO. 70* WOMEN LUNATICS DIE IN AN ASYLUM FIRE LONDON, Jan. 27.—Fifty-one worn- | On arc known to be dead as the re sult of a fire which partially destroy- j ed the state insane asylum at Colney j Hatch. North London, at 5:30 o'clock ! this morning. The liri', which was one of the most sensational seen here In years, started In the Jewish wing of the ' building, Which has 000 Inmates. The building is located on an eminence attd the steep approach made It dif- ! llcult for tlie lire department to reach the scene, Thi' tire had a big headway when ' the firemen arrived and pandemonium j reigned. The lunatics who had been | awakened from their sleep by crleo j of lire, the crackling of the flamee nnd the fast gathering clouds of ■moke were like a herd of wild beasts. They broke away from the attendants nnd raced up nnd down the corridors, shrieking at the top of their voices. A number of the patients escaped from the building nnd arc still at large. PLAG...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 27 January 1903

5 The SpoKane Press. • 080808 PUTHAS, Manager. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by Ths Press Publishing Co. SCRIPPS-McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, nix cents per week, twenty-five cents per month Or IS 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 ofllce. 110 rront Aye. Telephone Main 878. Vostofllce Bos 655. WHERE MATRIMONY IS A CRIME New York has. Just discovered a new crime. It is matrimony. In future, a woman school teacher who weds loses her position. If she Weds and keepa her happiness secret, charge* will l»c preferred against her On information gained from any source, a trial will follow, and the teacher Will be dismissed If it can be proven that she has an incumbrance in the ghape of a husband. But why? There doesn't seem to be logic or horse sense In such a proceeding. The fact that it Is the rule in many large cities does not make it a just regu lation. Of cours...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 27 January 1903

MM « vm iutoiui) ' nifD TEim HUSDAHDS Four Spokane Maidens Object to Execu tive Devoting All of His Attention to Helping Old Maids in Illinois. "We are going to boycott Mayor Byrne and Secretary Monroe," ex claimed a charming member of Spo kane's bachelor girldom this morn ing. "They have found husbands for three Illinois old maids who happened to write to the mayor and Spokane girls don't like it one bit. "There are fully 300 nice girls right here at home and If Mr. Mayor and Mr. Secretary of tho Chamber of Commerce have any nice eligible young men up their sleeves, why don't they remember tho girls here llrst. "Now," went on tho angry maiden in a gentler tone, "Mayor Byrne may Elizabethan Drama Will Be Revived. NEW YORK. Jan. 27.—The theater In West Forty-fourth St.. recently known as Mrs. Osborn's playhouse, is to be reopened tonight under the| management of Prank Lea Short, who purposes to give New Yorkers a tasie j of the Elizabethan drama with all of the original llavor. The l...

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