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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 14 March 1903

4 NON-UNION SOCIETY FIGHTS UNION LABOR An Organization Is Formed Along the Lines Adopt ed in Wardner During the Miners' Trouble Opponents of organized labor in Spokane have devised a new method 'of combating unionism. Tlie plans adopted are along the lines followed In Wardner a few years ago for the purpose of driving out the miners' Union. A society Is bfing launched known as the "Spokane Industrial union." It Is composed exclusively of non union laborers. Several secret meet ings have already been held at Odd Fellows' hall and the names of many of those who were in attendance have been ascertained. SPORTING WORLD. President W. H. Lucas of the Pa cific Northwest Baseball league has announced that the managers of his association will probably meet In Ta coma, instead of in Spokane, during the last week of this month to nr range the schedule of games for the coming season. Lucas says It has fcecn decided to have seven months of ball tliis year. He has closed the deal for the umpires,...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 16 March 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. NO. 111. RAILROADS TRYING TO DEFEAT CANAL TREATY Anti-Canal Lobby Is Said to Be in Employ of the Southern Pacific and Union Pacific-Are Openly Bragging. ' WASHINGTON, March 16.—The railroad interests are doing their ut most to defeat tho Panama canal treaty and are openly bragging that It will not be ratified when It cornea to a vote tomorrow. They claim that enough democratic Votes have been secured by them, added to six or eight republican votes from the Central and Pacllle (stales, to kill the treaty. The anti-canal lobby here Is said CHARGE VOODOO WITH WHOLESALE MURDER PHILADELPHIA, March 1« — Every detective In the city today Is working on the Hossoy "murder fac tory" cuso and by tha end of the week hope to be able to show whether tho general suspicion that the old Voodoo doctor assisted in the killing of any where between BO and 100 persons has any foundation, ' Gets Warrant for a Woman Boarder. Mrs. K. A. Sterling, who keeps a lo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 16 March 1903

9 THe SpoKane Press, Published Every Evening Kxeept Sunday by The Press Publishing Co. BCRIPPS McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or 13 per year, delivered by carrier. No fre. copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor Or tardy delivery to the office. gie front Aye. Telephone Main 375. Postotße. Sox 60S. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. AUDITORIUM— Sam Morris In "The Peddler's Claim." TESTING THE "WORTHY." Mrs. Jack Gardner of Boston, with that fine regard for the esthetic training o£ "the multitude," which sometimes distinguishes the rich, has been giving an art exhibit In her own splendid home, permitting the general public to view it at the admission price of $2 a head. Her "opening" was a "genuine success," 180 people being pres-jiit, which meant $3GO added to the exchequer of Mrs. Jack. Of course, the benevolent and philanthropic lady cared nothing for the $360. Money la no object to her. It never Is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 16 March 1903

OIL STOCKHOLDERS 1 ARE MADE RICHER The Dividend Paid Today Is $10 a Share Over the Amount That Was Paid Last November. ' NEW YORK, March IB—Holders Of stock In the Standard Oil cofnpany ,were made richer today by the pay ment of a dividend of $20 a share «n the capital stock of SWO.Oao.OOO. The disbursement is an Increase of. 110 a*~Bmire over the amount of the lost November dividend", but Is the same amount as was declared in February, 1902, 1901 nnd 1900. The total dividends paid on Stand ard Oil shares In previous-years have Immigrant Season Not Fairly Started. "Tlie immigrant season Is not yet fairly started," said a prominent rail- Way official today, "but several large oullits have recently come In over the Burlington line from points In Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska. I look for the coming season to be almost a record-breaker in that par ticular class of travel, as all the railroads throughout the country arc doing considerably more advertising throughout the eastern portion o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 16 March 1903

♦ H Of SI. MiW 11 am m in. Tomorrow Conversion of Irish People Will Be Celebrated in Befitting Manner for Sake of Old Land. Tomorrow I? St. Patrick's Day. the •'day of days'' for the Irish race everywhere. Every Hibernian In Spo kane will be at his best and will do his best to celebrate the occasion in a befitting manner for the sake of the old land and olden days, and to in spire the hopeful with renewed hope for the return of Ireland s ancient glory. The Irish people of Spokane have bent all their efforts to make the cele bration this year more attractive and impressive than ever before. Every man and woman will take a personal pride in making the day a national festival and In surrounding it with the patriotic enthusiasm character istic if the Celtic race. Fourteen hundred years have rolled away since St. Patrick's name first became entwined with tlie history of the Catholic church. He was endow ed with wonderful gifts, talents and virtues that are requisite to qualify men for th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 17 March 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. NO. 112. ANOTHER CREVASSE BELOW BATON ROUGE People of New Orleans Now Prepared for Any Emergency. Business in Memphis Is Suspended and General Alarm Felt. NEW ORLEANS, March 17.—An other crevasse below Baton Rouge and another near Fort St. Phillip Were reported this morning and the city is now prepared for all emer gencies. MEMPHIS, Tonn.. March 17.—The water tfl at a standstill owing to the HollybUStl crevasse, but the great flood is not here yet. BttSi&esS is suspended nnd In the submerged section goods "are being removed in boats. Tho St. Francis levee gave way Into yesterday afternoon at Trice's Land ing. Ark., and too Mississippi rushed Mrs. George Munter Has Passed Away. Mis. George Munter died last night At 9:40 o'clock at the Sacred Heart hospital, frilic was recently operated upon for chronic appendicitis. Tho operation was successful, but she suf fered a relapse and passed away last night. ■he was 22 years of age nnd had o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 17 March 1903

2 TKe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Co. SCRIPPSMcRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week. twcnty r five cents per month or 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 Front Aye. Telephone Mala 375. Postomee Box 655. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. APPITOKH M—Sam Morris In "The Peddler's Claim." SPEECH OF THE SOUL It has remained for a woman, deaf, mute and blind, to teach us patience, to urge us to make higher uses of great gifts, to escape from the deadening imprisonment of our own selfish senses, to permit no environment to dis courage us, no conditions to Intimidate, no obstacles to baffle. Miss Helen Keller, deaf mute, blind, has nevertheless found means by which her soul communes with tho world about her, receiving and giving Instruction and Inspiration. In spite of her seemingly Insuperable disadvantages, she h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 17 March 1903

ST. PATRICK'S DAY GENERALLY OBSERVED In Ireland. England and United States the Patron Saint is Being Remembered in a Befitting Manner. LONDON, March 17. —Not for many years has London witnessed a more general -observance of St. Patrick's day than that of today. Tho Irish flag was flyfng from many public buildings, special services wero held -In tho Catholic churches, and the Shamrock was seen everywhere. The Irish troops at the various gar risons had a day's leave. In accord ance with precedent Queen Alexandra sent to the Irish troops on duty In London and vicinity a large quantity Of shamrocks, which were distribut ed to tho men at parade this morn ing. DUBLIN, March 17.—The birthday anniversary of Ireland's patron saint was celebrated in Dublin today with the customary enthusiasm. Flags wero flying everywhere, business was suspended and in other ways tho day was observed as a general holiday. Tho earl and countess of Dudley Witnessed the parade from Dublin castle in company with a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 17 March 1903

4 MADE HIMSELF FAMOUS BY FINING A CORPSE Judge Roy Bean, Texas Justice of the Peace, Who Secured Money and Revolvers, Is Dead. FORT WORTH. Tex.. March 17.— Judge Roy Benn, the famous dis penser of justice west of the Pecos Valley, Is dead at Langtfy, where he had been 111 the last few days. He Is the man who gained a repu tation by n unique decision, wherein he ordered the arrest of the corpse Wilson Under Bond. James Wilson was placed under a Surety bond of $500 this morning by Judge Stoeker. He Is charged With embezzlement In disposing of four horses and a wagon belonging to A. Swadling. A MARBLE PALACE IN THE MALL. NEW AGRICULTURAL BUILDING at WASHINGTON. Under a recent provision of congress the department of agriculture Is soon to have a home of Its own, In Washington, costing several millions of dollars. It will be magnificent marble palace, and will be erected near the site of the present agricultural building in the Mall, between the capitol and the white house. Full provisio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 18 March 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. NO. 113. GAS WORKERS' UNION GIVES UP THE FIGHT Passed Out of Existence Last Night—-Plumbers* Union Takes Up Battle and Refuses to Set Pipes Until Gas Company Capitulates. The gas workers' union passed out Of existence last night. After a hard fought battle that extended over a period of eight months tho members at last decided to withdraw from the contest, as they hnd reached a stags, wherein thoy were unable to cope with the gas company any longer. The stntement which was enclosed to the trades council last night said that tho union had carried the light as far as it could and that the "boys" were at length forced to seek em ployment elsewhere. Children Have No Claim to Property. William E. Kinne purchased real estate in Douglas county nnd paid for It after the death of his wife, but paid for It with money made by him and his wife while they lived in lowa. His children, Floyd C, Vera, I.ysle E., Chester C. and Mlda Kinne, are plaintiff...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 18 March 1903

2 TKe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Co. BCRIPPSMcRAE* PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or J3 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 Frost Are. Telephone Main 375. FostolT.c* Box 655. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. AT*DlT(>Rlt*M—Sam Morris in "The Peddler's Claim." THE SUBSIDY SEEKER There Is nothing that sticks to a man like n longing for a government Subsidy. When this fever getl into the brain and blood there Is no getting It out. While life lasts the man will be lobbying for that subsidy. The prospect may really be very slight, but, when once contemplated. It Is ever after as Intoxicating as a lawyer's promise of an estate in British chancery or the hope of a big prize In a lottery. Since most diseases are due to microbes, it Is quite probable that at the base of a craze for s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 18 March 1903

AGRICULTURISTS TO VISIT UNITED STATES Forty Germans Will Sail Today and While in This Country Will Study the Methods of American Workmen. BERLIN, March 18.—Following the | example set by the Alfred Moseley commission of English worklngmen sent to the United States to study the methods of American workmen, a party of 40 German agriculturists Is to visit the United States to study agricultural conditions, The party left Germany on the ateamshlp Patricia today. From New York tho agriculturists will go to Baltimore, where they will visit the oyster beds nnd canneries in that city. Washington will be next visited. The cattle and tobacco Industries of Ken tucky will receive attention. St. Louis will follow, nnd from there Omaha will bo the point of destina tion. A visit of Inspection will be paid to the cattle farms of the Standard OH company at Ames, la., and then Fatal Accidents Occur In a Fog. PITTSBURG, Pa„ March 18.—A switch englno in the Allegheny yards this morning struck a wagon a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 18 March 1903

♦ PASS CREMATORY SITE ORDINANCE OVER VETO Mayor Byrne's Action is Overruled by Council by a Vote of 8 to I-Other Business Is Transacted. The mayor's veto of the ordinance appropriating $15.000 for a crematory Bite and the message relating to the vacation of Olive avenue were over ruled by the council by a vote of 8 to 1 at the regular meeting last night. Allen F. Gill, city engineer, will be paid, notwithstanding the decision of the supreme court. The council passed a resolution In structing the corporation counsel to draw up an ordinance providing for SIBSO in payment of Mr. Gill. This is the salary of the office from March 1, 1902, to March 16, 1 i»O3. 1.. F. Williams was appointed to the library commission by the mayor to succeed Mrs. L. S. Roberts, re signed. Mrs. L. F. Grlpper wus also appointed to succeed herself. W. S. McCrea, who appeared as a councilman for the first time, was appointed to the committee on Ju diciary and legislation and finance. The petition for the shorten...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 19 March 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. NO. 114. RAIN OR WIND MEANS DOOM OF ST. FRANCIS Board Says Levees Cannot Last But Few Hours in Bad Weather—Heavy Rains Predicted in Mississippi Valley for Tonight. MEMPHIS, Term., March 19.—The Bt. Francis levee board announced this nfternoon that it has abandoned the idea of dynamiting the levee, it being able to ferry people front Marlon in skiffs. The conflict with tho waters Is now desperate and today tells the tale of the river rising from New Madrid, Mo., to the gulf. The levee board says: "The fight is the hardest In history. Should the river fall, ws win; should rain or wind come, the levees would not last for live hours. The condition is the worst ever known. We are powerless." WASHINGTON, March 19.—The weather bureau predicts heavy rains Three Months for Signing a Check. Sam Jacobson entered a plea for leniency this morning and admitted having signed a check for several dol lars, of which he received 66 cents when It was cashe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 19 March 1903

2 The SpoKane Press. Pub!'shed 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 •r tardy delivery to the office. 11l Front Are. telephone again 378. fostoffloe Box 655. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. TONIGHT S AMUBEMEHTE. ATIiITORII'M—John Griffith in "Macbeth.'' A CHILD OF SORROW. I "Of course I shall have to leave Spokane after it is all over, for I Suppose my friends will all desert me." These pathetic words which meant the story of a wrecked life for one young girl not yet out of her teens, were sadly spoken by Rachael Adler. just brought back from Portland, where sin- was sent by wealthy friends of the three young men accused of accomplishing her ruin. Young woman, weigh this message of despair. Remember that a girl need not fall, no matter what the temptation....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 19 March 1903

WOMAN SUFFRAGISTS MEET IN NEW ORLEANS NEW ORLEANS, March 10.— The thirty-fifth annual convention of tho National Woman's Suffrage associa tion was opened today In the Athe naeum, with a large attendance of delegates and all the national of flcorjg, Tno banners showing the various gtato delegations gave evidence of the fact that the suffrage movement Is active In all sections of the country. A conspicuous feature of the decora tions was tho four-starred flag em blematic of the four states that have (runted complete suffrage to women «—Wyoming, Colorado, Utah and Idaho. The convention was called to order by the president, Mrs. Carrie Chap man Catt of New York. A prayer was offered by tho Rev. Anna Shaw. After addresses of cordial greeting had been delivered on behalf of the atafe of Louisiana, the city of New Orleans and the club women of the city, tho official call for the gathering Alexander Strechan Dies of Pneumonia. Alexander Strechan. proprietor of the Railroaders' home at River...

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

« SWALLOWS STRYCHNINE THEN TELEPHONES WIFE Well Known California Dentist Calls Up His Wife to Tell Her That He is Dying from Self-Administered Poison, PAN" FRANCISCO, March 18.—Dt. Edwin 11. Btealey, ii well known den tist, took strychnine In his office, then telephoned to his wife and calmly awaited dentil. Despite the efforts of three phy sicians he died a few hours later. His relatives know of no reason why he should have ended his life and the cause of his self-destruction is n mystery. When Mrs. Btealey answered Mil telephore at her home yesterday hei husband's voice greeted her. "Is that you Eva?" he asked; thei rema iked: "I have taken "1 grains of strych riir.e. and they tell me that is enotlgl to kill 20 men." "Why did you do it?" she asked and he made some Jesting remarl which at first l»d her to believe tha' he was but taking at bar expense Then he continued In a tone Whtd left little doubt in her mind that hi had really taken the poison: Local Markets. Prices Paid to Pro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 20 March 1903

[one cent per copy Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. NO. 115. PRESIDENT'S CAR TO BE BOWER OF ROSES Flowers to be Used During Mr. Roosevelt's Brief Stay in Spokane Will Cost $ I,ooo«»Sub«Committees Are Appointed. The committee appointed to ar range for the reception of President Koosevclt assembled for the second time In the rooms of the chamber of commerce this morning, in order to facilitate the transaction of business 1,. G. Monroe was selected to act In the capacity of secretary. It was then moved that the present committee bo divided Into three sub committees, on finance, arrangements and decorations. The motion prevail ed and tho following appointments were made by Chairman Turner: Committee on finance. Messrs. llo gan, Rut tor. Cowles, Peel and Nor man. On arrangements, Mayor Byrne, RIVER MAKES EIGHT FOOT BREAK IN LEVEE Rain is Still Palling in and Around Memphis-Jhe North Portion of Helena Has been Abandoned. MEMPHIS. Term.. March 20.—Tho river rose one-tenth of a foot last j nigh...

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

i THe SpoKane Press. a*ubllshed 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 or 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. •Id rroui At*. Telephone Main 375. PostoSß.ee Boa 655. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. SPOKANE THEATER —S. Miller Kftit In "The Cowboy and the Lady." AI'DITORH'M—John Griffith In 'Macbeth." GIRL STENOGRAPHER'S ROAD TO MATRIMONY Any observant philosopher must have noted that Cupid has a partiality for women stenographers. More stenographers marry well than do the Women of any other profession or occupation. The demand for women stenographers is strong and unfailing. The gates of matrimony release them almost as fast they are supplied. The business colleges turn out an unending procession, but a little Way down the line of march the stenographers, somehow or ...

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

MOST COMPLETE NAVAL ACADEMY IN WORLD Elaborate Improvements Designed for the Training School at Annapolis---1,800 Workmen y Are Employed. WASHINGTON, March 20.—Inter est in the elaborate Improvements de feigned for the new naval academy at Annapolis now centers about the Colossal and impaling structure de- Bi'gTTed for the midshipmen's quar ters. The navy department has ordered that work.on this building be pushed forward as rapidly as possible. To insure speedy progress the force of Workmen has been increased to 1000 men. The completion of this building will do much toward malting the academy the finest and most complete Wants No Territory In South America. BERLIN, March Zo.— Chancellor Yon Buelow In the reichstag today reiterated bis declaration that Ger many wants no territory In South Amerlea. He says the difficulties of tho re cent situation are largely due to the nonsensical calumiuatlons of a New [York newspaper. Committee to Meet Where It Desires. WASHINGTON, March 20—The se...

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