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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 27 January 1903

4 FAMILY COMEDY BORDERS ON TRAGEDY. Husband Tells Wife to Wait for Him and Then Gets Into the Wrong Dancing Hall. A lapse from watchfulness on the part of a doorkeeper was responsible (Or the peck of trobule tint was heaped on the broad shoulders' of Loren Whltaker, a i . wooiiier in Spo kane, the other right Mr. nnd Mrs, Whltaker hftd made arrangements to attend the Macca bees' dance nt Fraternal hall, but at the last moment tlie husband diseov- I cred urgent business down town ami consigned his wife to the care of a party of young women bound for the same dance.' He delivered a parting admonition: "He sure and wait for me: I may be late." The Woodmen were also entertain ing their dancing friends that eve ning on the floor Just above the Maccabees, nnd when at nbout lo;3o O'clock a gentleman arrived, present ed an Invitation at the door and paid A PRETTY CORDED SUIT. PERSONAL. Ed Allen Is a visitor In the city from Leer Trail. Charles Locuson. a mining man from the Slocan country, ...

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. — 28 January 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY CARRIERS WANTED. NO. 71. MAD MID DIX IKK VICTIMS ARE ROW AND fIUTILATCD 61 OAtIQ or in onouLS. Fingers Cut Off and Earrings Torn from Women's Ears- Fire Adds to the Horror, Some of the Injured Being Roasted to Death. NEW YORK. Jan. 18.—Attempts ttro being made to locate the gang of Italians who swooped down upon the wrecked train of the Jersey Cen tral railroad near Graoeland last night and systematically robbed the victims. Some of the stories told by the In jured are nppullug. Fingers were cut off, earrings were torn out of wom en's cars und other atrocities com mitted in ti»e confusion ot tho cries of tile wounded and dying and tlie hissing of steam from tlie wrecked coaches. Fire added to the horrors and some of the injured wero roasted in sight of the rescuers. The wreck took place nbout n mils from Oraceland, near New York, when the Itoyal Itlue train, nt full speed ran into the rear of v way train. Three cars took fire after the collision, muklng rescue for ...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 28 January 1903

g THe SpoKane Press. QEOROS PUTNAM, Manager. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Oa SCRIPPSMrRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month Or tl per yoar. delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer n favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor or tardy delivery to the office. •16 Front Aye. Telephone stain 375, pesteffloe Box SSS. THE PULSE OF THE PEOPLE. Baron Speck yon Sternberg, the new German representative at Wash ington, has begun a promising career by upsetting and smashing some of the old-time diplomatic traditions, heretofore held sacred. Tlie new ambassador seems to be determined that, even If he can ac tomplish nothing else of great importance, be will at least clear away a lot Cf diplomatic rubbish that form and custom have accumulated about his Office. Baron Speck frankly explains, not formally nnd officially to the depart ments at Washington, but freely and openly to the American peo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 28 January 1903

Of Iffil TO TOlffl MfD in m in l Of LABOR. 1 The attendance at the meeting of the trades council last night was un usually large. Recently great Inter est ha* been evlrfcad by tho delegates In the proceedings of thn central body knd this Is attributed to the infus ion of new blood since the beginning of- the year. Tho now delegates are entering Into the work of organiza tion with enthusiasm, evidently fol lowing the example of Delegate J. C. Delby, who has the reputation of be ing one of the best organisers on the Pacific coast. No business of importance was transacted last night, most of the time being devoted to hearing reports froc committees and to seating tho delegates. The now scale submitted by the building trades to the council for its approVg] wns briefly considered and it wns determined that no action be taken at present. It was reported that all the barber Shops In the city, with two excep tions, are thoroughly unionized. Tlie difficulty between the brewery workers and on...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 28 January 1903

4 SPORTING WORLD JACK MONROE IS AN INTERESTING "PUG." BE IS MODEST, XNTEI.I.IGENT AND HAS BEEN XI.OWN TO SAVE MONEY—AFTEB A IITTLE STAOE EXPERIENCE HE WILL ENTER THE BINO. NSW YORK. Jan. IV—Jack Mon roe, the miner pugilist, who, like Mary Machine, "enmc-down-out-of- Butte-llont ." is today the molt in teresting figure In the world of pugi lism. He Is the man who landed a smasher on the Jaw of one "Jeeme*" Jeffries. "champen" 1 Invywi ight pugilist and erstwhile bollermaker, up In "Butte-Mont.." "OUt-Of-Where" Wary Maclane came to deliver a sim ilar side-wipe at civilization and so ciety, in response to Monroe's Mow Jeffries' shoulders went to the floor for the first time in his pugilistic career, while, when Mary knocked, society and civilization just shrugged their shoulders and "pald-no-atten tion." ■ Popularity snd Sun.lay newspapers have not spoiled Jack as yet, for he Is unusually modest and intelligent for a prise fighter. In fact he ad mits that his family had a Rood library ...

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. — 29 January 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY CARRIERS WANTED. NOTTS. ANKENY IS CHOSEN TO WEAR SENATORIAL TOGA Secures 99 Votes on the Thirteenth Ballot»[Cjrow Scorches Members Who Did Not Stand by Instructions. I Tb* vote—Ankeny, 99; Turner, 33; Preston, 8; Wilson, 2; Jones, 1. OLYMPIA, Wash., Jan. 29.—Levi Ankeny was today elected to succeed Senator Turner on tbe thirteenth bal lot and one of the hardest fought po litical battles In the history of the Btate legislature Is ended, Representatives Colo, Hilling, Frost, Gunderson, Jones, Molestad, Ratno and Tlbbltts voted for Preston. ADAMS COUNTY WHEAT Frospocts This Tear Are Oood for a Record-Breaking* Crop. Al P. Haas, editor of the i,lnd li«ader, says thut the prospects for a record-breaking wheat crop In Adams county were never better. Tthore Is plenty of moisture in the ground," said Mr. Haas today, "and the farmers in the county are con fident that the crop will go fur in ex cess of 2,000,000 bushels, which has heretofore been the usual output." Ijind is ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 January 1903

t THe SpoKane Press. •Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Co. | BCRIPPS-McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month tt $3 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. ll* Front Are. telephone Main 375. Postofflce Box 655. ANKENY IN THE SENATE. After a Miter fight In the Washington legislature over the United States son.itorship. T.evl Ankeny of Walla Walla will be elected today to Buecced Senator Turner at the national capital. While there nre people in Spok.ine who have, believed that Mr. Ankeny Is not favorable to local Interests, The Press has confidence In the new senator. The paper believes that Mr. Ankony Is a broad-gauged, liberal minded man, one who will not stoop to any petty prejudices, nnd that hla honesty and Integrity vouch for hla coming career among tho nation's law makers. The Tress predicts ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 January 1903

OF HI 10 TOiffl ; JUID YOU 111 flflD or urn. Laborers' Committee Holds Special Meet to Discuss Difficulties of Securing a New Scale. Rev. Mr -operative union steam laundry be In operation In Tacoma wlth a month. The trades council of .t city unanimously voted In favor of the enterprise, owing to tho hos tile attitude assumed by the lnumlry employers towurd the Laundry 'Work ers' union, which was organized three weeks ago. The council appointed a Committee to lease a suitable building nnd purchase' all the necessary ma chinery, so that the plant may be In operation before tho close of tho month. "The capital stock of the new oom pnny," says a report from Tacoma, •is to bo $10,000. divided into shares of $1 each. Tho entire stock should be subscribed by tho different unions and by Individual union men. Tho union men claim to huve DOOO persons In their ranks who can be depended upon to patronise the co-operative laundry." Tho union has now a membership of 100 and It is understood that ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 January 1903

4 ORDERS ARE ISSUED TO NATIONAL GUARD Adjutant Genera! Drain Commands Companies to Parade on Washington's Birthday and to Hold Suitable Services. The local officers of the national guard have received the following or ders from Adjutant General Drain: "All companies will parade on Feb ruary 22, 1903. In accordance with the military code of the state of Wash ington, the hours and places to be designated by the proper officers. "The birthday of Washington hav ing fallen upon a Sunday, It Is earn JUMP ONTO BASSETT. Adams County Republicans Bay Hs Misled the People and Want Xla ktsslfaatloa. OI.TMPIA, Wash., Jan. 28—As a result of a mass meeting of republi cans In Adams county a committee today called upon Representative Bassett and demanded his resignation. The resolutions passed by the meet ing, among other things, charge BSS- Sett with having "wilfully, wantonly nnd intelligently deceived and misled the people of his county" and with I having "placed himself on the lowest level of po...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 30 January 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY CARRIERS WANTED. NO. 73. DIAMONDS AND FURS DEMANDED DV SPIRITS Rev. Mrs. Alice Sage, Healer, Alleged to Have Left Spokane After Deluding Leading Society and Other Credulous People. A disposition to place blind faith in modern quacks who advertise them selves as being endowed with super natural power Is said to be the cause of the sad plight of those who at tributed to Rev. Mrs. Alice Sage a divine gift by which she could make the spirits of the other world write letters to their relatives on earth. Mrs. Sage occupied a suite of rooms In the Sherwood block, where she was dally visited by hundreds of persons who believed she would rid them of their bodily ailments by her mystic control over the good und had spirits, However, Rev. Mrs. Sage had a way of performing miracles entire ly different from anything recorded of LONG SERIOUSLY ILL. ItOSTON. Jan. 30.—John T>. Long, secretary of the nnvy under President McKinley, is seriously 111 at St. Mar garets hospital In t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 30 January 1903

f TKe 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 Or $3 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. no Front At*. telephone Stain 375. Postofflce Box 655. The "hold-up" by Chicago board of trade methods Is no longer legal in Illinois. The "corner scheme, by which fictitious prices are fixed upon sommoditlcs while margins are sheared from bleating investors, has been declared by the superior court and the appellate court of that state to be In violation of the criminal statutes. Such a sweeping decision, If observed, must knock out the most common feature of board of trade practices. If the "graft" element is to be eliminated from the margin scheme, there Is no reason why it should be Continued. If the big operators, who have been winning through...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 30 January 1903

EMIGRATION FOLLOWS NEW SKAGUAY RAILWAY Archie McQuarrie, Formerly of Spokane. Tells What Is Going On in the Copper River Country. Archie McQuarrle, formerly of Spo kane, but nt present engaged In busi ness on Prince of Wales Island, Is yislting friends In this city. * Mr. McQuarrle says the inhabitants M ICatchlkan, his home town, have aobered down and assumed all of the airs of a respectable, olvlllzed com tnu nity. On the trip south Mr. McQuarrle irss accompanied by Sam Silverman Of Spokane and Colonel Morrison, Who have gone east to consult with Interested parties with n view to the erection of a rpiartz mill on valuable property which they own at Mount 'Andrew near Katchikan. Union Men Interested in Work of Convention. Spokane Iron and Steel Workers May Send Delegation to National Meeting When Wage Scale Will Be Agreed Upon by Committee. The Spokane members of the Amal gamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers may send a delegation to attend the annual national conven tion t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 30 January 1903

♦ now in juror hot Dtntt or jw hhii He Was An Undertaker and Evaded Duty by Telling Court He Desired to Attend a Funeral. Daring n recess yesterday In Judge | ' Richardson's court a story was re- I luted in one of the corridors and It I 1 is credited to Judge Prather, when Hie occupied the bench in the criminal . department. The occasion is loaned upon as the one authentic case of ] I Judge Prather smiling. ! it happened that an important cms, ; was on tile docket and the court was short of jurors. In spite of the t Shortage, however, one of those bill- ( .works of liberty stepped forth and! asked to he excused, lie was a long. \ t lean specimen of humanity, in rusty | J Mack, with a foot of crepe wound I around the band of his hat. and he ! distressfully wiped his eyes witli a I ENGINES BURNED OIL. Ti'CSON. Ariz.. Jan. 30.—Later de tails of Wednesday's accident between i the Sunset Limited and train No. !t j on the Southern Pacific show that both of the engines burned Oil. In fact,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 31 January 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY CARRIERS WANTED. NO. 74. LEADING PHYSICIAN A VICTIM OF MRS. SAGE Dr. J. N. Wilson Said to Have Deposited $100 with Miss ing Medium-New Development In Sensational Case, f The news of the sudden disappear ance of Rev. Mrs. Alice Sage, the mysterious woman who claimed to bo endowed with a superhuman power by which she could subject the spirits of the dead to the influence of her will, has led to some new develop* nients. One of her alleged victims, who thought the woman could per form wonders by exorcising a necro mantic spell over the agencies of the realm beyond, Is Br. T. N. Wilson, a popular physlclnn. whose office Is on the third floor of the Mohawk block. Dr. Wilson was the only one of her Clientele for whom Mrs. Sage evinced any respect, although her kindness had anything but a soothing effect. Sho had promised to acquaint the physician, It Is said, with a new mys tery on Tuesday morning, for which SAFE BLOWN AT LIND. LTND, Wash., Jan. 81.—The big Safe In the C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 31 January 1903

9 The SpoKane Press. 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 Sr ft 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. SIS Front At*. Telephone Main 375. Postofflce Boa 555. PULPIT ENTERTAINMENT. A Chicago writer, discussing the falling off in church attendance In that Bngodly city, takes the position that It Is all due to the holding of morning Services in the churches, and lie makes the point that no "form of enter tainment that makes its main effort In the daylight" can hope to he Successful. What follows that rather remarkable declaration shows conclusively that It was not intended for sarcasm. On the contrary, it serves to point fcut one of the very tilings that contribute to a poor attendance on church Services, even if it does not apply the remedy. Instead o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 31 January 1903

BIG MINING DEAL IS NEGOTIATED BY WOMAN Perhaps the largest mining deal to So through tn this city in the past few Jj**vnths has Just been negotiated by mrt M. E. Brain of Minneapolis, Minn., who has extensive mining ln ter;e»ts the Hunter Creek district. Mrs. *.>raln and others have bought the controlling Interest In the Butte mine on Huckleberry mountain, lo cated about 75 miles from this city. The exact sum could not be learned, but from the amount of development on the property the deal Was a large one. Ulghteen months Rgo Tom Kearns and Jerry Cameron bonded the Butte and Immediately started a force of men- on development work. which NO HOPE FOR HOBOES. Policeman "Ilill" Shannon waa ac quitted yesterday of the charge of Brutality In making tho nrrest of "Professor" Price, nnd last night a broad smile of satisfaction over spread Ills countenance. Tho festive hobo hung upon the decision of the police board. Shan non for years has been their deadly enemy and has rid Spokane of ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 31 January 1903

4 CROOKS UP AGAINST NOVEL POLICE TRUST The criminal classes throughout the nortHwes 4 t might just as well seek other fields now. as a tnovetm lit is on font, which, if carried out. means that the festive bunco man, burglar ami holdup will have small Show for escape. He will ht strictly up against it In every oily lie visits. The scheme. It appals, is the union of police and detectives in the northwest, by which they are brought face re face with every i ro >k ■ peralt ing In any uity in the circuit. The operation of the department will be somewhat along these lines: . Some Spokane detective, for in stance, will be ordi red to do a short Stunt in ■ nry clt>' oh tho coast. I Butte. Helena. Salt Lake and oilier . places. The visiting detective will be guided about the various .cities by the various departments and thus will familiarize himself with tin- he cal criminal class of those cities and GENERAL KING WILL LEAD GRAND MARCH A letter has been received by the committee in cha...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY CARRIERS WANTED. NO. 75. TWO YEARS' RAILROAD WAR IS AT AN END Great Northern and Canadian Pacific Reach Agreement by Which They Will Be Admitted to Each Other's Territory. An agreement Is announced between the Great Northern railway and the Canadian Pacilie railway that end? tin- light which has been waged 1 tween them for tin- past two years* Under tin' terms of the agreement, the loads waive their lights to indi vidual territory heretofore respected, nnd the Canadian Pacific is admitted into the territory of the Great North cm to secure n share of the Wash ington wheat business, and the Great Northern is to enter the Canadian Pa ciiie territory in British Columbia. The Canadian Pacific Is admitted into the territory of the Gnat North ern over the hitter's branch from Bonnerg Perry. Mont., to Kuskonook which latter town Is on the Crow's Nest PaSS branch of tin. Canadian Pa cific, thence over tin* main line of ttie Great Northern westward to Spokane ZERO WEATHER MA...

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

9 THe SpoKane Press. 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 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 ofhee. 616 Front At*. Telephone Main 375. Postofflce Box 655. MORMANISM AND POLITICS. The Mormon question presents a political aspect that is more serious than party leaders cars to admit even to themselves. Opposition to the seating of Senator-elect Smoot, a Mormon elder, by the controlling party In the senate might have the effect of changing the political complexion not only of Utah, but of some other mountain states as well. Mormonlsm Is becoming a power not to be despised. It Is not generally realized perhaps that the Mormon church Is growing faster today than ever before In its history. Of the 207.000 people in Utah, 166,000 are Mormons. They hold th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 2 February 1903

SOCIAL EVILS THEME • OF SPOKANE PASTORS Spokane pastors had on their "fighting togs" last night and got In solar plexus blows on vice. Dr. J. Oliver Van Osdel said that g dally paper had reported him as Ignorant of the state of municipal affairs and offered to show htm around. "I have not lived In Spokane six years for nothing." said Dr. Van Os del, "nnd when I want to personally Inspect the dens of iniquity I shall take my own time and choose my own guide." He gave "Doc" Brown of the Owl credit for being the only saloon keeper In Spokane who showed that he knew what tie owed to society by contributing to charity. The minister said he did not like to see Mr. Brown "trotted out so often." COUNTY TAXES ARE -i BEING PAID TODAY Taxes on real nnd personal prop erty became duo today in the county and Treasurer Mudgett and his force of clerks have their hands full. The severe weather undoubtedly kept many away, but as early as 9 o'clock many farmers In fur coats Crowded the lobby In front ...

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