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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 2 February 1903

4 C, H, CANNON GOES TO ROCK ISLAND RAILWAY C H. Cannon, general car agent of the Great Northern, has resigned to . accept a similar position with the Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific rail way. Mr. Cannon Invented tbe system which is now famous for the auto matic check of ears and fast freight movements, lie is also responsible for what Is known as the Rytnba] system of lettering all time freight trains and from his headquarters St. Paul he was continually In lose touch with the movement and loca tion of every train of time freight in actual movement between St. l'aal and Seattle in both directions SPORTING WORLD. Dr. 11. B. I.uhn held a carnival of sports at bis home on Pacific aye. Saturday night Boxing contests Were indulged in by the following members of the S. A. A. C. with more or less science: Dr. Luhn and Phil McArdle, H H. Brownell and Arthur Piatt. Juke Hill nnd Harry Allen, Tony McDonald and Eddie Rothrock. Walter MeCallum and John Campbell, Ralph Hunt and l-'rank Marvin...

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. — 3 February 1903

THE PRESS IS THE ONLY DAILY IN SPOKANE EMIIiOYING UNION LABOR IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. ONE CENT PER COPY CARRIERS WANTED. NO. 76. WOMEN ARE ASSAULTED BY "JACK THE SLUGGER" Katie Fields Beaten by Mysterious Stranger Who is Creating Reign of Terror Among the Residents of the North Side. Consternation prevails among tho IVomon of tho North Bid* who live 1m tho vicinity of Dlvlllon st. and Harrison avo. A tall, dark man, with a heavy moustache and n deep voice has been appearing In the same place at about 10 o'clock every night lor tbe past two weeks and his purpose seems to be to strike terror to tho hearts of women. Sunday night be attacked two young girls, Kate Fields and her com panion, who were returning home from church. AVhen they saw him approach they ran back towards the city nt full speed, but he wns too MAY ABOLISH FAST FREIGHT SERVICE There Is n rumor that tho Qreat tfaVthern is going to abolish all of Ms fast freight trains, load each train to tho full drawing capacity of Its en...

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

3 The SpoKane Press. 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 ST 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 office. •IS Front At*. Telephone Main 378. FostolSc* Box 655. GUNS INSTEAD OF GOD. Late Sydney papers tell of great progress In the chrlsttanfzatlon of Dative* of Malleta. From all accounts the process appears to he very like the "benevolent assimilation" in the Philippines. One paper with uncon scious humor circumstantially describes a part of the process: Mr. Sparrow visited five places on the island, namely, Aukl. SIo, Uras, tClvi and Port Diamond, At the four first named villages the natives were found to be hostile toward tho Christian religion, nnd it was deemed advis able to give them a salutary lesson. Numbers of the natives were taken sboard and ...

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

MAY RE CANDIDATES 1 IN COMING ELECTION i The name or Floyd ttaggett, pres ent city comptroller, is being promi nently spoken of by democratic lead ers as the most likely candidate for mayor on the city ticket. Mr. Dag gett was the most formidable antago nist of Mayor Byrne at the tlmo of the latter's nomination. It Is said among tho leaders that Sir. Daggett's popularity has greatly increased within the past two years. The republicans generally consider Kdward Senders their possible eandl FUEL OIL FOR COAL WASHINGTON. Feb. *.—Tho Jm portutton of coal into California has fallen oft, says Representative Met calf of Oakland, half a million tons during the past year. This is due to the substitution of fuel oil. Tho oil Is found In Keene county, and the Btandard company Is building a pipe line 400 miles In length to transport the oil from the wells to factories. The line will discharge on tho coast nt Richmond. In San Francisco mnny household ers are using fuel oil in kitchen Htovos, and...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 3 February 1903

« COMING ATTRACTIONS AT SPOKANE THEATER Theatergoers in Spokane will have the opportunity of seeing some good attractions during the remainder of the season. Manager Dan I. Weaver of the Spokane theater today gave out v list or the companies that will play here this month. Next Monday night Frank Daniels Will bring his greatest hit. "Miss Simplicity." and on Tuesday and Wednesday nights the veteran actor, Dan Sully, will bo seen in "The 1 Id Mm Stream." Thursday and Fri lay will be devoted to Betaaco'l war play. •The Heart of Maryland." RAILWAY OPERATORS AND OFFICIALS CLASH Relations are becoming strained be- | tween the telegraph operators of the Great Northern and Northern Pacific and the officials of these lines. Last evening a rumor Was current In the i local offices that General Superintend tort F. K. Ward In his dialings with the men caused n bitterness that re- Stilted in the gemrai committee of the Order of Railway Telegraphers taking a stand against his attitude. | Ward pra...

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

THE PRESS IS THE ONLY DAILY IN SPOKANE EMPLOYING UNION LABOR IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. ONE CENT PER COPY y CARRIERS WANTED. NO. 77. ENGLISH WOMAN GAVE MEDIUM DIAMOND RING Mrs. Wade Tells How She Was Victimized by Rev. Mrs. Alice Sage, Who Promised to Hypnotize the Spirits for Her. "I am sorry to confess It, but It ts nevertheless true that I was foolish enough to give to Rev. Alice Sago one of my diamond rings which Bhe Intended to use as a magnet in con trolling the spirits of the other world." These are the words of Mrs. Rich- nrd J. Wade, who Is wondering If she will ever again see the 1250 circlet which was purchased In London and presented to her by an intimate friend. •> Mrs. Wade is a refined English woman. She is of striking appear ance and evidently gifted with an ed ucation far above the ordinary. She Is unable to say how she was PORTLAND CHOSEN FOR NEXT MEETING The second day's meeting of the Northwestern Fruitgrowers' associa tion began this morning at 9:30 o'clock at Elks'...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 4 February 1903

a 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 Br 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 office. fie Prout lv«. ■Telephone Main 875. Postofflce Box 855. SOME ROCKEFELLER WISDOM. Why Is that so many of our veiy rich and also very merciless trades men cling so closely to the church? Coal Trust Baer —he of the marble heart—la very devout, and now S-oung Rockefeller—John's boy—stands up before his Sunday school and declares that Christ didn't mean what ho said about the rich, and never expected It to be taken literally. Isn't there anything sacred to theso money pirates and home preyers? They would even change the Bible, and try to make the world and them selves believe that millions literally wrung from the people are honorable; that a seat in p...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 4 February 1903

ELECT NEW OFFICERS ' FOR TRADES COUNCIL Central Labor ball was the scene Of unusual activity last night on ac count of the semi-annual election of officers of the trades council. The contests for the various offices were characterized by a spirit of friendli ness nnd at no time did a spirited or heated discussion arise over the can didates. The result of the election was as follows: President, Alexander Smart of Carpenters' union, No. 98; vice presi dent, Hugh Black of Steam Engi neers' union; recording and corre sponding secretary, T. S. Heskett of the Typographical union; treasurer, ■William Horn of the Bakers' union; financial secretary, E. S. Potts, unan imously elected; aergeant-at-nrms, M. H. Corson of the Tailors' union. Eli llensley, W. V. Arnold and Wil liam Qulnn were placed on the execu tive board. The new contract presented to the council by tho Cooks and Walters' union was endorsed. By the contract the wage scale will be increased to Sit a week for a 10-hour dny, over t...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 4 February 1903

« COUNCIL TRANSACTS ROUTINE RUSINESS The council transacted consider- , ftble routine business last night. The chief of the fire department was In structed to place an alarm box In Peaceful valley. Ordinances were passed to appro priate $15,000 for a crematory: con- I firming the assessment roll of Col- ; lege aye. from Chestnut st to Sum mit; appropriating $50 In settlement of If. F. Stokes' claim for injury to his horse, and providing a method for the revocation of saloon licenses, Bwsnson Bros, withdrew their sa loon license application. Other license applications were received from H. Bertonneau, Sam Qelland and Her man Hlebcr. I. Dornbcrg and S. K. Bickford made applications for pawn broker licenses. The January report of the Salva tion Army Rescue home showed four girls taken in, eight allowed to go. Bix young women nnd two children remain. The Home of the Friendless reported 50 children cared for and six received during the month. The claim for 11000 damages of O. J. 'Warren ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 5 February 1903

THE PRESS IS THE ONLY DAILY IN SPOKANE EMPLOYING UNION LABOR IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. ONE CENT PER COPY CARRIERS WANTED. NO. 78. LILIENTHAL'S ORDERS USURPATION OF POWER Police Commissioner Has No Right Under City Ordinances to Command the Removal of Boxes and Curtains From Saloons. rollce Commissioner H. H. Llllen thal is overstepping the bounds of his duty as outlined by the city charter in making the "sweeping" ordera ■which he has recently issued to Chief of rollce Reddy concerning saloons nnd cafes. There mny be several reasons why Mr. I.lllenthal issued orders that he has no legal right to issue, but the consensus of opinion is that the com missioner Is laying his wires for tho mayoralty candidacy, and his "sweep ing reform" orders are merely tho first steps toward securing the nomi nation. Mayor Byrne before leaving the city left positive orders with Chief Reddy thnt no commands of the board of police commissioners were to be obeyed or countenanced. Yet Mr. Lll lenthal hns seen nt ...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 5 February 1903

1 TKe SpoKane Press. sSibllshed Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Gov SCRIPPS McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month Sx 13 per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. . Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all caßes of poor or tardy delivery to the office. SIS Front Aye. Telephone Slain 375. Postofflc? Boa 555. BIRTH OF A GREAT WAR. "The war of the rebellion." says Charles Francis Adams, "was a neces sity from the nature of the constitution of the I'nited States, and right was with both .sides." w So £•> as he can ascertain, every state of the federation became n member of the union with mental reservations, often expressed, growing out of local traditions and Interests, in the full nnd correct understanding of which the action of each must be studied. In tbe wide discussion which hits followed Mr. Adnms - speech before the Nw England society, in Charleston, S. C, many new thorles regarding th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 5 February 1903

STENOGRAPHERS ARE IN CONSTANT DEMAND I The Blair Business college has now 300 pupils on its rolls, and they come from Oregon, Idaho, Montana nnd British Columbia besides Wash ington. Tho school was organized live years ago and has enjoyed pros perity. Professor Blair said the bookkeep ing course is the most popular among the students. "The English and shorthand Courses," he said, "are about on an OPENS UP ALASKA TO HOMESTEAD ENTRIES TACOMA, Feb. 6.—The heavy de mand Unit land surveys be extended to Alaska to permit of homestead entries has been granted. Surveyor General Dlstin la calling for bids nt Sitka for surveying Alas- MAKES WAR ON SAILORS' UNION. PORTLAND, Ore.. Feb. 6—A clash baa occurred between the new ly established sailors' union nnd the crimps over two sailors. The crimps claimed thee men owed them money. The union was forced to send the men back, und trouble Is expected. The crimps are resolved to drive the union out of port. ASKS HEAVY DAMAGES DENVER, Col., Feb. S.—El...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 5 February 1903

4 FLOOD OF SETTLERS WILL SOON ARRIVE Northern Pacific officials state that during the past year that road handled a million more passengers than during 1901. the total number being nearly 5.000,000. A great proportion of the increased business was due to the large Imtnl gration of settlers, 150.000 settlers coming Into its northwest territory. it is estimated that the Immigra tion this year wilt break all r r-ls and an unprecedented number of set tlers will pour Into Washington, 1" - JANUARY BUSINESS BROKE PAST RECORDS With the opening of tlio ni w I month tile fears of the most pessi mistic in regard to the season of business activity that the present SS-day period is expected to usher in have been put to t!iL r ht. Along in December when the pa pers began to catch Up the predictions of the real estate and business men of all lines that 1901 would prove a record breaking twelvemonth in Spokane business, the scoffers met the announcement with the oft-heard ; cry: "A newspaper boom; ...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 6 February 1903

THE PRESS IS THE ONLY DAILY IN SPOIiANE EMPLOYING UNION LABOR IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. ONJE CENT PER COPY CARRIERS WANTED. NO. 79. LILIENTHAL WANTS TO BE CHIEF OF POLICE Commissioner's Fight Not for Mayoralty Nomination, but for Control of Department—Warning Given to the Workingmen. Tt !s generally understood, especial ly among those Interested In the comtng political Campaign, what Po lice Commissioner H. t.. Ldlienthnl's grandstand streak of morality is bas ed upon. He hopes to receive tho nppotntment of chief of police under the new administration. This hare statement may seem sim ple enough In Itself, but, judging by the well Known character of those now training him, It Is a question of Vital Importance t° every working TELEGRAPHERS GET INCREASE IN WAGES The Great Northern railway has Signed a contract witli the telegraph era. The contract is approved by General Manager J. 1". Stevens. No ■rlCtlon between Stevens and the men occurred, the delay in settle ment being caused by General...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 6 February 1903

S TKe 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 SB* SI 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. 4US front Aye. Telephone BCeln 375. Postc Ece Box 555. The Washington Tost announce* that "it is not good form to remove your hat when a woman enters the elevator." Form be hanged! It is a good thing to show respect for a woman every time you feel it, whether It be in an elevator, or while crawling out from beneath a snow-slide from the eaves. "Form!" It is something that wo poor devils of the raw and rigorous west get from down east. Down there, you will see an elevator jammed with who are puffing tobacco smoke in the faces of their feminine fellow-travelers, and it isn't "good form" to take off hats! Down there, you will see a packed street car...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 6 February 1903

MARY M'NAMARA AND HER POLICE RECORD Mary McNamara, a periodical visi tor at the police court, has hoen taken to the Sacred Heart hospital for general repairs. Persistent drink ing has undermined her health. Mary Mac, as she Is known in po lice circles. Is a witty old woman and her appearance In police court Is a welcome diversion—to the officers. (He invariably insists on telling her ■tory In her own peculiar way and When called to time Is always ready With a sharp answer. Mary has been before his honor times without number charged with Intoxication, and always Indignantly resents the Imputation. Sin- must always be shown the "mon who makes the blarsted charge fernlnst •n Irish lady." No one seems to know Mary's age, 1000 MORE REINDEER SHIPPED TO ALASKA SEATTLE. Feb. 6.—The govern ment has awarded to the Northwest ern Commercial Company a contract for supplying and transporting 1000 additional reindeer to Alaska during the coming summer. Several hundred of the reindeer are Bow winte...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 6 February 1903

4 PLENTY OF FUEL TO MEET LONG GOLD SNAP While the demand for fuel during ' the present cold Spell has been great- ' I] accentuated, the local dealers say that plenty is nt hand and to what* ever extent the snap continues a shortage is an Impossibility. "The consumption of wood in Bpo • 'gtene in average cold seasons is some thing like 3500 cords a month." said I n local dealer this morning. "This lias almost been doubled in the last few days. TVople who have contented themselves with one tire in the house now find that with every Breplace in full blast It is none too warm. "A certain hotel on Riverside has the fuel problem down to a fine point. .Through the Ingenuity of its engi neer it has in operation furnaces which consume raw sawdust nnd the results ur. highly satisfactory in re gard to economy and the quulity of the heat produced." There hns been little suffering onions the poorer classes, according WORKS INCORPORATE. The Spokane Stamp works, the sec ond largest concern of Its ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 7 February 1903

THE PRESS IS THE ONLY DAILY IN SPOIiANE EMPLOYING UNION LABOR IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. ONE CENT PER COPY CARRIERS WANTED. NO. 80. TWO TRAINS DAILY ON GREAT NORTHERN New Time Table Will Shortly Take Effect That Will Double Passenger Service Between St. Paul and Seattle. A dispatch from St. Paul announces that the Great Northern will put on its summer trains March 1. This is denied by the Spokane railway of ficials, but from Information gathered from the traffic department it means something of more interest to the public. Tho Great Northern railway offi cials at St. Taul gave out to tho WOMAN IS STRANGLED AND ROBBED BY THDG With a wet towel tied tightly about her neck, Marie, a French woman who occupies crib No. 64 in Klondike alloy, was found almost dead In her room at 1 o'clock this morning. Dying on her back, only half dress ed, with her face a dark purple, her eyes bulging from their sockets and her tongue swollen until It protrud ed from her mouth, she was found by Dot Dean and sever...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 7 February 1903

9 TKe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tress Publishing Co. SCRIPPS-McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month ST |J 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. CIS rront Are. Telephone Hals 375. Postofflce Box 655. HUMAN CARELESSNESS. Tho world Is ofton called upon to admire In railway trainmen high heroism that amounts to martyrdom. It is no very uncommon thing for nn engineer, or a fireman, or some Other humble hero in overalls to give up hla life to save the trainload of human freight dependent on his fidelity to duty. Perhaps there Is no more brave, alert and faithful class of men on earth than the American railway trainmen. The weight of responsibility they carry is almost inconceivable to the ordinary mind, and the speed and safety with which they transport millions of men and women is amazing. Tet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 7 February 1903

RELIEF FOR FINLAND FAMINE. NfcW YORK, Feb. 7.— Dr. Louis Klopsch sailed today for Finland to Visit the famine centers in the north ern and northeastern provinces, and to co-operato with tho Finnish cen tral relief committee at Ilelslngfors in relief measures. It Is expected that the relief fund raised in this country through the efforts of Dr. Klopsch will reach .100,000. NO HOME OR COUNTRY BERLIN, Feb. 7.—Crown Princess Louise has been notified she will not be allowed to reside In Italy, Switz erland or any, other country without a certificate of legitimate emigra tion. The Saxon government refuses to grant this. Tho present whereabouts of the princess are unknown. "OUR COLLEGE GIRLS" MAKES OISTINCT HIT "Our College dirts" proved a play well worth seeing at Its first per formance at tho Auditorium last eve ning. It is ono thing to produce a credit able play with people who have spent years In the profession and quite an other to take 50 or «0 young people whose playhouse experience...

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