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

4 WHEELMEN PREPARE FOR SPRING SEASON Spokane Hh3el Club Will Hold Meeting Next Week to Outline Plans-Want Cinder Paths Continued, With the spring season clofo at hand bicycles that have been stored during the winter will again be brought out and put Into active use. The city of Spokane and vicinity Is well adapted to bicycling, being uni formly level with few of the hills to ; climb that ere usually enostuntered in the western country, Spokane is : without exception one of the best | cities in the west for Wheelmen, I A meeting of the directors of then Spokane Wheel club will be called ! ] next Wednesday night to prepare for the season's plans. The club started i with a membership of 76, being at I the time a purely social organiza tion. Early last year it Was derided to i THREE BURIED IN I CALIFORNIA MINE. SAN BERNARDINO, Cel., Feb. 10. «—Threcmen an' dead ns the result of being burled beneath falling rock nnd earth in the Gypsy Queen mine, one of the Gordon group, near Death val l...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 20 February 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. NO. 91. ROOSEVELT'S WESTERN JAUNT IS POSTPONED Severe Attack of Laryngitis Resulting From Siege of the Grippe Makes Change in President's Plans Necessary-Will Come in May. ' WASHINGTON, Feb. 50.—As n re sult of his recent attack of grippe President Roosevelt is afflicted with a severe ease of laryngitis. Drß. Rlxey and RtOhardgOn were In con sultation last evening. According to President Roosevelt's TOUGH NEGRO KILLED BY POLICE. NEW OTU.KANS. Feb. 20.—A ne gro who barricaded himself In a Ram part street house early this morning dolled the police by shooting fre quently at them. He was finally kill ed by ofllcers after the fire depart ment had been called and all plans made to smoke him out. The Blege lasted from 2 o'clock till daylight. The scene of the nffalr was a negro boarding house, where the mnn went two dnys ago. When the landlord went to the room which he occupied and where seven beds were located, the negro ordered him to stay ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 20 February 1903

8 TKe SpoKane Press. Published Elvery Evening Except Sunday by Ths Press Publishing CSV SCRIPPS-McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy. bljc cents per week, twenty-five cents per month Br $3 per year, delivered by carrier. No frco copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor or tardy delivery to tho office. 618 Prcnt Are. Telephone Mala 375. Postomc* Boa 555. Notwithstanding the harsh things that aro being said about Tltah just now, there are some strikingly good traits shown out that way. The proposition that a day be set aside for the annual joining together of all the people in cleaning up their towns and cities Is one that would do high credit to any state In the union. Many grave charges are made agp.inst the Mormons, some of them perhaps Just, but unhygienic filthlness is not among them. Bait Lake City Is world-renowned for its sweet cleanliness. The filth of streets and air that Is so Insistently obtrusive In most American cities Is there un...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 20 February 1903

pope ito kiii aim i m jubilee. HUNDRED AND FIFTY-SEVENTH OCCUPANT OF THE CHAIR OF ST. PETER RECEIVES CONGRATULATIONS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE CIVILIZED WORLD. ROME, Feb. 20.— Who pope today completed the twenty-fifth year of his pontificate, and tne jubilation at the Vatican was echoed by similar cele brations throughout the civilized World. Early this morning letters and telegrams began arriving at the Vatican, congratulating his holiness Upon tlie anniversary. As admission tickets were used bnly 4000 persons were present. The presentation address of the triplo crown with the golden Keys was made by Cardinal Rospeghl. Tho pope was borne to the throne Upon the shoulders of guards waving peacock fans. He has maintained his strength wonderfully. After receiving pilgrims he retired to his private apartments, suffering but little fatigue. He Is In excellent spirits nnd said this Is really the happiest day of his life. A majority of tho foreign tributes came from France, Spain, Austria and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 20 February 1903

« WHITE WOMAN WEDS CHINESE FOR MONEY fdith Burnett Marries a Yakima Rancher After He Had Given Her a Note for $400. SEATTLE, Feb. 20—Edith Bur nett, a tall, comely English girl, and John Toy. a Chinese rancher, of Ynkl ana. were joined in wedlock last night toy Rev. H. D, Brown, at his home, 802 Third avenue north, The couple left in a carriage for the St. .lames hotel immediately after the ceremony nnd intend returning to day to North Yakima, where, accord ing to their statement, they will live From assertions made by acquaint ances and from the actions of the Woman herself, the marriage lias the appearance of a business transaction en the part of both man and wife. Before uttereing the words which would make her a wife Edith Burnett called the minister aside, showed him a note for $400. signed over to her by IToy. and ssked if it wns good. John Toy, the groom, dressed in clothes, his queue neatly tied around his head, stood up nnd ORGANIZING FARMERS' ONIONS IN THE WEST Districts S...

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

ONE. CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. no. «a. DR. D. L. SMITH'S WIFE CHARGES INFIDELITY Coroner Accused of Causing Marital Unhappiness By Pay ing Too Much Attention to Another Woman. Dr. Smith Makes a Statement. ' *' Hell hath no fury like a woman ■corned.' " This was the quotation used by Mrs. D. L. Smith, wife of Spokane county's coroner, this morning In re lating a story of marital unhappi liess. For man) months a matrimonial tempest has been hovering over the head of Dr. Smith. It reached a climax last Wednes day night, when there was a scene during which the angry wife accused her husband of Infidelity and used the name of a Mrs. Williamson, who lives in the Mohr block. Mis. Smith was seen by a Press reporter this morning. She declares she has caused for creating the scenes of which she Is accused by the coro ner, and soys she has positive proof to bear out her accusations of Infi delity. "Mrs. Williamson Is the woman In the case," said Mrs. Smith. "It was with her th...

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

2 TKe SpoKane Press, Published Every Evening Jbccept Sunday by The Press Publishing Co. SCRIPPS-sfcRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, clx eenta per week, twenty-flve cents per month tT 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. HB Front Aye. •Telephone Main 375. Poetofllee Boa 655. CONTROL YOUR TEMPER. Persons are accustomed to speak of the "high spirit" of a man or a Troman or a horse, and call it a strong quality. That depends. A high spirit—temper, as we call it—ls valuable only as It Is under control. Parents do not always understand this. Too often, when the young child flouts itself in irritation or anger the father and mother laugh at the ex hibition. Later they learn with regret that they have an unrestrained spirit to deal with. Schools do not always teach self-control as they ought What Is railed '"discipline" is often an arbitrary thine adapted better to pro...

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

YELLOW TERROR READY FOR ANOTHER OUTBREAK. SAN FKANCISC, Feb. 21.—1s China on tho verge of another antl-forcign uprising? Are the awful scenes of two years ago about to be repeated, with added horrors? Are the em press and her blood-thirsty counsel lors preparing to again attempt to drive Christianity out of China at the point of the sword? Many believe that these things are coming, and no one's belief is more firm than Is that of Dr. Kobert Colt man, Jr., for many years private phy sician to 1,1 Hung Chang and the Chinese court. Dr. Coltman should know whereof ho speaks. He is on the most friendly terms with all the princes and great men of the empire, and Is an efficient Chinese scholar. He says that his Information is tlrst hand, and can not be doubted, except by those who will not believe. In an interview he says; "Another outbreak against the for eigners Is Imminent, and terrible havoc will result. The Boxers' out break of MOO was due to tin- belief, held by the Chinese court, t...

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

4 PROSPEROUS SEASON IN SPOKANE REALTY All Real Estate Men Unanimous in Declaring 1903 Will See Decided Boom in th 3 Sale of Property, Spokane realty sales, while not ex actly booming, are steady. As spring approaches investments nre frequent and dealers say that a better and more prosperous season has not been ushered In for several years. It is the consensus of opinion among real estate men that the mar ket opens with a steadier demand tlian usual. G. A. Harvey of Chamberlln & Chnmberlln said this morning that he had not sold a speculative piece of property in s week. "My sales." said Mr. Harvey, "have all been to persons who wish to make this community their Tire's home. "There is no speculative incentive as far as I can Judge. I can say em phatically that no spring outlook has been so prosperous as the one of 1903." Chamberlln & Chamberlln also re DYING WIFE SADLY ACCUSES HUSDAND 1 ■ Takes Her Own Life But Leaves Letter That Tells of the Misery She Suffered. SAN FRANCISCO...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. NO. 93. SLUSH FUND STARTED AT A SECRET MEETING Saloon Men, Brewers and Liquor Dealers Gather at Eagle's Hall and Raise $264.00 for Beginning the "Open Town" Fight. Pound to the utmost secrecy 111 (saloonkeepers, brewers and liquor dealers of Spokane held a meeting at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon at Eagles 1 bail. It was the first of a series of meet ings to line up the liquor forces against the "closed town" or reform policy, which will undoubtedly be a most Important factor in the coming spring election. Incidentally the men Interested In the movement Intend to attempt to defeat that section of the proposed charter amendments which will pro vide for a big increase In the saloon license. Primarily it was this object which brought out 111 of a possible 144 saloon nnd liquor men interested In fighting an additional license. Their pooketbookS are liable to be touched. And there was plenty of sensational Speech-making yesterday. Those who ...

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

2 THe SpoKane Press. OBOBOE PUTBAM, Manager. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Co. SCRIPPSMcRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, els cents per week, twenty-five cents per month ST |S 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. 818 Front Are. Telephone Main 375. Postofßce Box 655. THE POWER BEHIND THE THRONE. "Judge, I'm low enough, goodness knows, but my wife is meaner. She has stolen dollars where I've stolen cents. She taught me this meanness." Thus spoke William Randolph in a New York court the other day. And the police say he Is right about his wife. On the same day Randolph was sentenced for stealing the will of a prominent New Yorker was read. In it was this passage: "I owe everything I have—character and property—to my wife." Both men spoke true. Whether or not Randolph first corrupted his wife or she gave him lessons In crime matters not. ...

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

RAPID GROWTH OF LUMBER INDUSTRY Eastern Mill Operators Sending Buyers to the > Northwest as Their Timber Supply Is Diminishing. The most rapidly developing In- Hustry In ttte Inland Empire during the past two years has been the lum ber trade. It has as yet not reached the Importance and magnitude which lias been attained by the wheat rais ing, mining or fruit growing Indus tries, but in tho last year it has forged ahead very rapidly until it would have the appearance of a boom. If it were not established upon a firmer basis. The reason for this activity in lum ber is very easily explained. Mr. Van Dlssel, of the Saw Mill Phoenix, said this morning that tlto great lumber states of the east, such as Michigan, Wisconsin and Minneso ta, have already nearly exhausted their supply of timber and the large Pastern mill operators are turning their attention to this section of the Country for a new supply. The northwest has the supply and It Is already being sought, and it is because tho s...

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

4 PRESIDENT PREPARES FOR WESTERN TRIP Expects to Spend a Day in spokane=«To Arrive in May. WASHINGTON*. Feb. 23.—As soon I as congress adjourns the president will make definite arrangements for his western trip. The tour will be the longest ever undertaken by a president and will last two months, during which the yiresident will visit 30 states and ter ritories. It is practically crrtnlst that Presi dent Roosevelt will begin his trip With a visit to some of the southern States, going over about the same route as was taken by President Mo- Klnley two years ago. He will np- RECEPTION TO BISHOP ODEA. SEATTLE. Feb. 23.— Tonight in the parlors of the Rainier-Grand ho tel a public reception will be give* to Right Rev. Edward J. O'Doa. bish op of Nisqually, by the citizens of Seattle, to which members of every creed are invited. The occasion is the removal of the official headquarters of the diocese from Vancouver to Seattle, and It is expected there will be present at the reception as lar...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. NO. 94. RAILWAY FRANCHISES ARE SIGNED BY MAYOR Washington Water Power Company and Jay P. Graves Say Work on Proposed New Lines Will Begin at the Earliest Possible Date. Mayor Byrne this afternoon signed the two street railway franchises for the Washington Water Power com pany nnd Jay P. Graves, recently passed by the city council. The Graves franchise la for an electric railway commencing at Washington street and Second ave nue and thence on Washington to Cleveland with the right to cross bridges over the Spokane river. The Washington Water Power com pany franchise Is for two electric cross-town lines to connect with present lines; one easterly on Indiana from Monroe to Dakota, north on Dakota to Baldwin nnd thence east' on Baldwin to Hamilton, The other line is along Laoey street from Third to Sprague. SALOON MEN AFTER MAN WHO "LEAKED" Secret Committee Indignant Because "Open To/vn" Plans Are Made Public Through a Mysterious Agency. "W...

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

2 TKe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Co. SCRIPPS McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy. p',* 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 eases of poor or tardy delivery to the office. CIG Trout Aye. Telephone Main 375. fcstcir.ee Bex 555. LONDON'S PAUPER PARADF. It wasn't | pleasant sight In London the other day when a Coxey army paraded the Streets all day and begged for alms. It SMS an army of thous ands, a hungiy, ragged, gaunt army, that CarHed banners, choked the streets and sang songs that sounded like dirges. Of course, there were profesisonsl paupers in that aggregation of mis ery. London has over Ion.(11.10 paupers, and the number la constantly In creasing. But most of the marchers were men OUt of work. Some of them came back from the wars and found their places filled, Others have been thrown out of work by the decli...

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

, JAP SLAVE GIRLS ARRESTED IN SEATTLE Officials Engaged in an Effort to Break Up the Traffic. SKATTLB, Feb. 84.—Eight slave Women have been apprehended In Ta coma nnd Seattle by the custom und immigration authorities within tin past six weeks, having been brought to this country for immoral pur poses. The authorities! are close on the trail of the men responsible for im porting the women and arrests will be made during the next few days, for it has been, determined to break Up the trade. The majority of the arrests are of Japanese women. One of them was arrested yesterday giving the name of Tnrllci at the Chicago house. The. only other occupant of the room was a prominent Seattle lawyer, Who de nied the preSSnOS of any other per sons. The inspectors found the girl hidden Under the bed. She said that the lawyer had agreed to marry her. LENT WILL RECIN WITH ASH WEDNESDAY For Forty Days the Faithful Will Do Penance by Spurning the World, the Flesh and the Devil. Tomorrow Is Ash Wednesd...

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

« BOOK AGENT DRINKS BOTTLE OF LAODANUM Despondent F rem 111 Health and Bad luck Will Recover. Pcspondent over loss of money, poor health and general ill luck, Fred Hall, a man 63 years of age who rooms at the Denver house, attempted to commit suicide this morning by I drinking the contents of an ounce bottle of laudanum. Pr. Gray was called nnd his efforts saved the un fortunate man. About 4:30 tills morning. Frank Buchanan, a friend of Hall, who sometimes rooms witli him. came in and on reaching the second floor heard some one groaning in terrible agony. He opened the door to room 23. which is occupied by Hall. The , aged man lay on the bed wr.thing in great agony. The prompt action of Buchanan, who called the police and Dr. Gray, was the means of saving the would be suicide's life. When the physician arrived a HOTEL ARRIVALS. SPOKANE. A. F. Lowenthal, New York; A. L. Goodwin, Tacoma; J. F. Stapleton, St. Louis; John S. Taylor, Sheridan; Mr. and Mrs. D. Bradford, Omaha; George P. F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 25 February 1903

ONE CENT PER COPT Cents Ptr Month. NO. 95. RIOTING MINERS ARE KILLED IN WEST VIRGINIA Deputy United States Marshal and Men Were Fired Upon by Lannock Miners and a Pitched Battled Ensued With Fatalities Upon Both Sides. CHARLESTON, W. Va„ Feb. 25.— Deputy I'nlted States Marshal Cun ningham and a posse were tired upon by rioting miners at the Lannock mines this morning. They returned the fire and a bat tle ensued. Reports, which are meagre, say one of the posse and 10 miners were killed and several Wounded. Full details received say seven others were killed nnd two fatally wounded. Saturday Cunningham at tempted to arrest the miners under a tduukct injunction. He was sur rounded by about 100 armed men. who SCHEDULE IN EFFECT SUNDAY. The trains which the Oreat North ern will put on commencing next Sun day will be entirely equipped with new rolling stock. Tho flyers, Nos. S nnd 2, will have special coaches, dining enrs, sleepers and buffet enrs. will be to muko these ns line as anything...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 25 February 1903

2 TKe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Co, SCRIPPS McRAE PRESS BERVICE. One cent per copy, alx cents per week, twenty-five cents per month Br |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. STS Front Are. Telephone again 375. Postomee Box 555. Word comes from Paris that Zola died comparatively poor. Beyond the house In which he lived and a fine collection of pictures he left little or no estate. That seems strange. He made hundreds of thousands of dollars with his pen. His books have been the vogue In France for many years, to say nothing of their Sale elsewhere. His royalties were enormous. There was good reason why some of the immortals of English litera ture "of whom the world Is not worthy," should die poor. Think of Milton selling "Paradise Lost" for fifty pounds. Shakespeare had no market for "Hamlet" or "Macbeth" save his the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 25 February 1903

WILL DISTRIBUTE FROM SPOKANE Plant at Portland Is to Have an Output of 200 Barrels per Day-General Manager Here. V. G. Jordan, general manager of 180/>-Faclflc-Portland Cement com pany, Is at the Cadillac from Port land, Wash., where the works of tho company are located. Mr. Jordan said this morning thft Operations have been nearly suspend ed on account of the recent heavy Snowfall. The.works were started In 1901 but are yft far from being completed, capital being slow in coming in. It Is not generally known that there Is material in the United States for the manufacture of the natural cement. Formerly It was Imported from Europe. But substances have been discovered In some of the east PERSIAN WILL WED AN ENGLISH GIRL Albert M. Hadi and His Bride Will Go to Live in Shah's Country in the Near Future. SHATTUi Feb. 25.—Albert M. Hadi, the son of a wealthy Persian merchant, lieutenant In the Imperial army, and a descendnnt of the an cient lire worshippers, yesterday an nounced his co...

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