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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 19 November 1902

ONE CENT PER COPY 25 CIS. Per Month. NO. 11. LOWER FREIGHT RATES TO SPOKANE JOBBERS Pacific Leads With Marked Reduction in Rates on Groceries and lron c As predicted in The Press sev eral days ago, the railroads center ing in Spokane are beginning to make concessions In freight rates to jobbers and wholesale grocers here. The Northern Pacific is the first to lead off with a blanket rate of 88 cents per 100 pounds, which will apply on carload shipments, mini mum of 84,000 pounds, of jellies, canned fruits in glass, honey in giass or boxes with glass fronts, pickles, olives, Worcestershire sauce, catsup, vinegar and olive oil from Ban Francisco to Spokane, Walla Walla and common points. Carload shipments can be made in either straight or mixed goods SENTENCE SUSPENDED. In the police court this afternoon Caroline Ness, charged with dis orderly conduct, was fined $10 and costs, but the fine was suspended pending Mrs. Ness' good behavior. DELINQUENT. The water rent In the Second dis tric...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 19 November 1902

THe SpoKane Press. GEORGE PUTNAM. Manager. PSMMied Kvrrv Evening Kxcepl Sun.K.y by The Pr.-sa Publishing Co. SCRIPPS-McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One Cent r. r Copy. Six Cento Per Wo, kor Twenty-five Cents'Por Month, Delivered by Carrier. No Free Copies. Telephone, Main 375. TO THE BHAME OF A CHURCH. For five year? Miss Augusta Pusch had been a faithful, self-sacri firing and univer.-aiiy befcn ed mlßslonary in the German Baptist rhnrrh at Omnha. Her life had been as open as the day and as inspiring of cheer as the sunshine. She was ever about her wort, ministering to the poor, giving cheer to the sick. Consolation to the bereft, encouragement to the afflicted, and the gospel to the unbelieving, ever a true, faithful mis sionary to humanity, a benediction to the Church and a living glory to God. But the Other day it was discovered that this woman was only hu man. She had pasfions and temptations and weaknesses just like the rest of us. She sinned, and in her sinning she was as whole-hearted...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 19 November 1902

BUFFALO MP HONES PROSPEROUS E. B. Simmons Teiis of the Developments of the Properties in That District. E. B. Simmons, a prominent man In tlie mining circles centered about Dixie, now visiting Spokane, states: "Buffalo Hump is very active and Is now running on a business ba sis. The output is excellent and it will undoubtedly prove to be the HTOBv prominent mining dis trict in central Idaho. "Hogan Bros.' property and the Cegil Creek property in Elk City are now in operation alter extens ive Improvements. The mill on tho latter is not running at present, ' but will be started as soon as enough ore can be supplied. "In the Dixie camp tho Idaho- Corns toe k property ( which has been idle for about two years, Is now in ■full swing, even running with an increased force.. "Butte parties have taken lease and bond over the present owners, the Bank of Camas Prairie, and will MEN NO LONGER SLAVES TO A SINGLE WHIM. Variety Is "the Thing" In Approved Headgear—Silk Hats Are Not Now Generally Wo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 19 November 1902

4- FINCH WOULD LIKE TO TRADE Location of Isolation Hospital Still Being Discussed At last evening's meeting of the j common council the most import ant matter presented for consider ation was the movement to remove the isolation hospital. John A. Pinch and J. D. Sherwood were before the council and pro tested against the erection of a permanent hospital on the present site, stating that the city was grow ing rapidly and the building in the vicinity of the present temporary isolation hospital was not a suitable place for the institution and it should be erected further out from the residence part. Mr. Finch's Idea of offering this objection to the council was, it is eaid. directed through his desire to exchange a six-acre plot quite a dis tance out from any buildings for the three acres whore the hospital now stands. Health Officer Newman, in dis cussing the matter, stated that the hospital should bo near enough the city to be protected from fire by water mains and then in stormy wea...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 20 November 1902

ONE CENT PER COPY 55 CIS. Ht MfJltft. NO. 12. GOMPERS VINDICATED BY INVESTIGATION Shaffer Says the Trouble Was Only a Personal Matter. NF/vV OfltiBANS, Nov. 20.—The Committee report of the Gompers Investigation waa submitted this morning and unanimously adopted. It is a complete vindication of President Oompers. Shaffer before the committee de nied that he had ever impugned the Unionism of Oompers and said that the only trouble they ever had was a personal difficulty when in a quarrel tjiey bad passed the lie. FISH FISHING WHILE ROOSEVELT HUNTED President Victim of a Button-Holing Scheme While on His Bear Hunt. CHATTANOOGA, Term., Nov. 20. —-Tho president's train arrived at 10 o'clock this morning and was Diet by prominent citizens at Stev enson this Dooming previous to its Stop in the city. The president appeared in stock lug foot and dressing gown and HOLDS THEM Mayor Not Quite Satisfied Costello Matter. The disagreement Which has been going on for some time between Peter Oostello...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 20 November 1902

I TKe S . Kane Press. Published Every P..' - ia> by The Press Publishing o. •CRIPPS-MeRAt PRESS SERVICE. j One Out Per Copy. Six «Vi la Per Week or Twenty-five Cents Per Menth. Delivered by Carrier. No Frci Copies. Telephone, Main 375 A COLLEGE PRESIDENT ON Uf ;ON LABOR. •The object of tin anions seems to be to work as few hours possible, produce as htt c s pi Mtlble*during the time and receive as' much money as pot iibl< I r Hie service Rivon."—President Eliot of Harvard, When President Oompers declared the expression of surh radical and misleading opinions looked backward toward barbarism rather than to the future, he was riu ! it An educator should make conservative statements and should know what he is talking about. Let us take the allocations seriatim: 1. The unions want to work as. few hours as possible. That is untrue. No labor union has ever made any effort to reduce the hours a, labor below that of eight hours. All sociologists agree that eight hours' of manual labor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 20 November 1902

EMERALD ISLE'S FORLORN STATE William Keefe Back, From Ireland, Tells of Con ditions There. "The young folks are rapidly I leaving the country and none ex pect to teniain there after they have reached the age of 21. "In nine cases out of ten the fam ilies are living on the remittances sent by a son or daughter who has Gftnlgrated to America or Australia. "1 do not think that the settle- ' ment of~"*!he land question would in itself solve the Irish problem. There are other questions of great importance, such as that of edttca- I tlon in its wider aspects, and no national system of education is pos sible in Ireland till a university is I provided agreeable to 111" religious j views of more than three-quarters ] of the people. "No one who travels in Ireland j and (Rlks freely with persons of the ' different classes there can fail to bo impressed with the enormous loss the absence of stick a univer sity entails. "Irish education Is like an ar terial system without a central beating heart...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 20 November 1902

4 YUKON'S GOVERNOR UPON "OPEN TOWN" Tells How He Suppressed Gambling and Vice in Dawson. rORTLAND, Nov. 20 —Governor J. H. Hoss of the Yukon Territory is here for a few days, en route to Victoria. Interviewed upon closing gambl ing in Dawson, Governor Ross stated: "1 figured out that it required the wages of six miners working stead ily to keep one gambler."' said Gov ernor Ross, at the hotel, this morn ing. "1 can not see that there can be any argument on the subject of the benefit of a closed town. Of course, the sporting element spends a good deal of money, but they pro duce nothing. They spend another man's money, and that man spends TO ASK PERCENTAGE OF ROAD'S EARNINGS New Electric Line May Have to Buy Its Fran chise From the City. The new electric street car com pany being promoted by Jay P. Graves will ask for its franchise at j the next meeting of the common ' council. It is anticipated that the matter will not meet with much opposition by the councilmen, as it is general ly...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 21 November 1902

ONE CENT PER CO PI Pay Newsboy for Subscription. NO. 18. BAD CONDITION SHOWN ■ II MEDICAL TESTIMONY Strike Commission Examines Physicians. Miners' Wayes Insufficient to Pay Doctors' Bifis. SCR ANTON, Pa., Nov. 21.—Ex- I pert medical testimony brought out! before the strike commission today shows that miners usually have asthma or rheumatism, Dr. Robert Gibbons' was the first witness call ed. Dr. Gibbons said that no child under l. r > should be allowed to enter j the employ of the mines and that no man should be employed with out prior medical examination. This would prevent lung diseases where there was predisposition to BUCh affections. The largest number of cases in bis practice were burns from pow der and oil explosions. He had most always found pieces of coal driven into the bodies of the lnjur FOR RORRERY John Larson Charged With Stealing a Watch. Marshal C. B. Duncan of Tekoa, Wash , arrived this morning over thi o. K. & N., bringing with him a man named John Larson, w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 21 November 1902

TKe SpoKane Press, GEORGE PUTNAM. Manager. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by Tho Press Publishing Co. . 4 _ i SCRIP! S-McRAE PReSS SERVICE. One t*«;t Feri\>p>. Six Cents iV.- Week or T\v< ;iiy-tl\B Cents Per Month. Delivered by Carrier. PCo Frefi Copies. Telephone, Main 375. "There arc very different kinds nt success T liens la the sitcoms that brin;v- with it the seared soul—the suoceos which is achieved by wolf ish grand and vulptae c inning- the success which mattes honest men uneasy or Indignant in i; presenoe. Then there is the other kind of success- the fuccess which comes as the reward of keen Insight, of Sagacity, of resolution, of sddresi, combined with unflinching rectitude of behavior, public a".d private." Thus Roosevelt, the preacher. The extract is from the president's address at the dedication of the New York Chamfer ct Comn croc More than any other president of the country has Mr. Roosevelt assumed the attitude of the preacher. Seldom does he spdhk to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 21 November 1902

LROA STIIMIOSGALE Beginning to Rece:?irJza ih& Eccnemy in Long- Ssrvica Employe*. "The roads are beginning to get tone!her on the siii.. p eet ol wages," said a well known Spogaoe railroad man today. "And the fact is much to their own advantage." "Heretofore," continued the rail roanfer, "one line has paid absolute ly no attention to the wages paiu by other linoj, no matter how close ly its rivals encroached Its district, wiih the result that in nearly all branches of railroad work nine out of ten employes are on the move from one line to another every few years. "For instance." went on the rail road man, "within half a dozen blocks of each otner in New York one road was paying $40 a week for a certain class of service while an- . other offered but |24. "Within the last few weeks a WRESTLERS. Gotham Favors Mat Con tests —Piening-Both- ner Contest. NEW YORK, Nov. 21.- Since boxing was put under tho ban in Now York the sport of wrestling has probably attracted more atten tion In t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 21 November 1902

as ROOSEVELT FAVORS NEGRO PATRONAGE Admits Their Incompetency, But Is Re solved Political Reward Shall Be Open to Them. WASHINGTON. Nov. 21—Presi dent Roosevelt arrived at S o'clock this morning. He appeared at several stops and Bpoke to the waiting people. He expressed himself as greatly pleased over the trip despite the chilly reception in Memphis. He is more determined than ever lo hold tight reins in the governing ATHLETICS. • « — S. A. A. C. Busy With Many Events. The Spokane Amateur Athletic Club rooms were crowded last eve ning, attesting the grow ing popu larity of the organization. The club will give another emoker on the evening of Dec. 11 for members only. The club has not forgotten the pleasant evening spent at its last smoker and the next promises to be equally enjoyable. A handball contest between Pow ell and Powell versus Roadnlght and Lockhart will take place Nov. 2". in the evening, preliminary to the regular tournament. Assistant Secretary Quinn states that the win...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 November 1902

ONE CENT PER COPY [ Pay Newsboy for Subscription. NO. 14. WILL CONTINUE TO RUN THE SLOT MACHINES Saloon Men Willing to Go to Jail in Defense of What They Believe to Be Their Rights. flift law against the use of cash saying slot machines will be con tested. It will go Into effect at 12 o'clock tonight and Mayor Byrne states that anyone permitting these ma- Chines to be operated in their place of business after that hour will be arrested. Many of the saloon keeper!, how ever, have banded together for tho purpose of contesting the right of the city to abolish this mode of gambling, for they claim that the action of tho authorities Is one of MAY CAUSE STRIKE OF WATER POWER MEN Inconvenient Conditions In Working on New Flume May Result in Request for More Wages. Some of the employes of the Water Power company who are employed in the new steel flumes extending out from the dam arc complaining about the gas Which accumulates In the Humes. This is stated to be caused from the existing weath...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 November 1902

THe SpoKane Press. Pul.llFh*.! Every Rvcßlng Except Bundo; by TtM Press Publishing Co. SCRIPPS-McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One OstM PfT »'fr«y. P'\ Onts IVr Week or Twrnt y-tive Cents Per Month, Delivered hjr Carrier. No Pre* Copies. Telephone, Main 375. WHAT MAKES FOR PEACE. President Roosevelt agrees v. it h his brother, William, of Germany, that the best way to be insured against war is to be prepared for it. In his speech at ihe New York Chamber of Commerce banquet he put thi<» plainly: "The voice of the weakling or the craven counts for nothing when he clamors for peace, but the voice of the just man armed is potent We need to keep iv a condition of preparedness." especially as regards our navy, not because we want war. but because we desire to stand ■with those whose plea for peace is listened to with respectful atten tion." This is a specious theory that did not originate with Roosevelt or with the German kaiser. Because of its antiquity many people have been deluded Into accepti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 November 1902

"THE WIDE-OPEN TOWN" Arguments for and Against tKe Proposed Movement for tKe Suppression of Vice. The subject of an anti-vice ticket at the next election is agitating both elements among Spokane's citizens. That such a campaign will surely be fought out at the next pri maries, as stated already in The Press, is conceded generally. The question Is receiving thoughtful consideration apart from its aspect and only as it. affects the welfare of Spokane as a city. With a view of fairly presenting the arguments of both sides on thi* question, whose importance can not be doubted. The Press here with presents interviews with those prominently connected with the advocacy of the anti-vice ticket, with an eye to the commercial benefit of Spokane, and those whose opposition to the movement is based upon the same standpoint, that of the city's welfare. FOR SUPPRESSION. Rev. A. R. Lambert, D. D., stated j yesterday In regard to the "open ( town," referring to the gambling j places and other resor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 November 1902

UNION WILL NOT ADMIT THE LADY BARBERS The Ladies Stand for Union Hours and Prices and the Union Does Not Fight Them. The lady barbers of Spokane do not belong to the barbers' union. "We can't." said a lady barber this morning. "The union refuses to recognize an application for membership of a lady engaged as a barber" "Are you In sympathy with or ganised labor?' was asked. "We are. and you will understand our feeling in the matter when I tell you that we keep union hours on week days as well as Sundays and we uphold union prices." The lady barbers take the posi tion that the work is as suitable BAD BURNS Mrs. Harry Green's Hurts Are Serious. Mrs. Green, wife of Harry Green of the Club saloon, met with a bad accident yesterday evening. She was lighting the stove and the wood being somewhat slow to take fire. Mrs. Green poured some kero sene over it and then applied a light. The kerosene burst into flames, setting fire to Mrs. Green's clothes. Fortunately her sister was close at hand ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 24 November 1902

K>NE CENT PER COPY '«r Newsboy for Subscription. NO. 16. TOBACCO STRIKERS RIOTING IN HAVANA Bloodshed and Disorder Reigns—Presi dent's Palace Besieged—Minister Squires Protects Amerir can Interests HAVANA, May 24,—The labor troubles caused by the strike among the tobacco workers and their sym pathizers culminated this morning tn widespread disorders, accom panied by bloodshed and riot. The 80,000 men who aro out be gan this morning with stoning the etreet cars, compelling them to re turn to the barns. Several American passengers were dragged from the cars, though bono were seriously injured. Shooting occurred later In differ ent parts of the city and shopkeep ers closed up their places of busi ness, the streets were deserted and the police wore called out to pre vent several clashes. In one of these disturbances Cap tain Maco, a nephew of Oeneral Ma co, was killed. The police returned CONFIDENT. iselin Says Cup Will Stay in America. NEW YORK, Nov. 24 —C. Oliver Iselln, the managi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 24 November 1902

1 TKe SpoKane Press. GEORGE PUTNAM. Manager. Published Kvery Evening Except Sunday by The Tress Publishing Co. SCRIPPS-McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One Cent Per Copy. Six Cent! Pot Week or Tw< nly-fivo Cents Por Month. l>eliveroU hy I'arrior. No Pre* Copies. Telephone, Main 375. ONE WOMAN'S DEVOTION. One of the striking stories of the year is entitled "The Confes sions of a Wife." It tells the heart history of a woman whose hus band was a "morphine fiend.". But truth !s always stranger than fiction, and no novelist has yet discovered the outmost verge of a woman's devotion. The heroine of the serial story referred to suffered two years of waiting because her husband was missing and she did not know the reason for his strange behavior, in the following true story the heroine goes in search of her errant husband. Mr. and Mrs. Swineburn were married in Birmingham, Ala., four years ago. Mrs. Swineburn was a beautiful woman and her husband a successful young business? man. The husband had ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 24 November 1902

1 TKe SpoKane Press. GEORGE PUTNAM, Manager. Published Kvery Evening Except Banday by The rress Publishing Co. SCRIPPS-McRAE PRES3 SERVICE. One Cent Per Copy. f=:\ Cents P< r Week or Twnty fivo Cents For Month. Delivered by Carrier. No FYe* Copies. Telephone, Main 375. One of the striking stories of the year is entitled "The Confes sions of a Wife." It tells the heart history of a ■w oman whose hus band was a 'morphine fiend.". But truth Is always stranger than fiction, and no novelist has yet discovered the outmost verge of a woman's devotion. The heroine of the serial story referred to suffered two years of wailing because her husband was missing and she did not know the reason for his sirar.se behavior. In the following true story the heroine goes in search of her errant husband. Mr. and Mrs. Swineburn were married in Birmingham, Ala., four years ago. Mrs. Swineburn was a beautiful woman and her husband a successful young man. The husband had contracted the opium habit. For a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 24 November 1902

WILL NOT TAKE THE FRENCHMEN'S WORD independent Autopsy by Americans to Be Held Over Body of Mrs. Ellen Gore. PARIS, Nov. 24.—Consul General Dowdy has appointed Dr. Magnien Df the Paris American hospital. Dr. Whitman of the Equitable Life In surance company of San Francisco and Dr. Turner of New York, all of whom are Americans, to conduct the special autopsy over the body of Mrs. Ellen Gore. It Is a move en tirely independent of the French in vestigation and will be performed this afternoon or tomorrow as soon as permission is obtained from the authorities. The American consulate will send a special representative to the preliminary examination of the Russian, Rydzewskl, in whose corn A RECORD CLIP. Wool Production Increased by Nine Million Pounds. NEW YORK, Nov. 24.—Accord ing to the Annual Wool Review for 1902 just issued there are 42,184,122 sheep in the United States, exclus ive of lambs under one year old, and the clip, exclusive of the pulled wool during the last year, compris ...

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