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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 26 March 1903

« GAS GO. IS PLANNING NEW OFFICE BUILDING Tt has developed that the strip of land nt the junction of Main nnd Riverside avenues, west of the Mon roe street bridge, to be vacated by the city according to ordinance re cently passed by the council, Is In tended as a site for a fine office huild ing for the Spokane Falls Gaslight company. The ordinance as passed made the Brant to the WnshinKton Safe Deposit and Trust company, who were acting as agents for the gas company. According to the councilman who supported the measure the city gets the best of the deal in every way, as Asks Judgment for Bill of Goods. Judgment is asked for $195.50 by Praii.lt Bros, tt Hcndryx against J. E. TVormald. It is alleged that In April And August, 1902, the plaintiffs sold and delivered to the defendant a large quantity of goods, fixtures and plumbing supplies. He agreed to pay $195.50 for the came, It is alleged, but has neglected to do so. Guardian for Minor. ' Judge Kennan has been asked to appoint J. ...

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. — 27 March 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. NO. 121. PETER DUEBER ROBBED BY WOMAN PICKPOCKET b-Cbuncilman, Variety Showman and Traveler Hoodwinked by a Plausible Story-Purse Taken from an Inner Pocket, ' Peter Dueber, Mt-councllman, ex toroprietor of one of the biggest va riety shows Spokane has ever known and famed from Alaska to South Africa as a mining man and good fellow, gave the police of this city the shock of their lives last night when he reported having bean "skinned" out of $50 by a colored woman. The police department has not yet fully recovered from tho shock, und not until Mr. Dueber had gone into details did they fully believe the Story of his loss. "I was leisurely sauntering past the Hotel Spokane," Mr. Dueber re lated to the police, "about 9 o'clock last night when a young colored woman halted roe and aald she want ed to speak to mo privately. Not Consider Plans for Decorating City. The Roosevelt finance committee did not resume tho work of soliciting funds unti...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 27 March 1903

THe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Co. 6CRIPPS McRAE PRESS SERVICE. 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 n favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor •r tardy delivery to the office. •16 front Ats. Telephone Main 375. Costoffloe Box 655. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. SPOKANE TIIRATER —AI Q. Field's Greater Minstrels. WHAT WE CALL MANNERS. Modem manners, like those of all other ages, consist mostly of mean ingless conventionalities, acquired no one knows how and for purposes that no one knows or seems to care about. Much that we regard as essential Is merely a matter of habit that might Just as well have become habitual In the opposite direction. There are lots of people—good, worthy people, too—who look upon a man Who declinea to sit down at a dinner tablo without his coat on as a shallow dude. Plenty of people s?e no Impropriety In shov...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 27 March 1903

HOLY WEEK BEGINS WITH PALM SONDAY Palm Sunday falls on the day after tomorrow. It is the day on which the Christian world celebrates Christ's triumphal entry Into Jerusa lem. According to the present rite of the church, palms or olive branches are blessed by the celebrant before mass nnd distributed to the faithful: the clergy walk in proces sion through the church and pass outside. Then cantors enter the sa cred edifice, leaving the rest without; the hymn, "Glory, Praise and Hon-, or," is sung, both parties, within and without, taking part. At last the sub deacon knocks at tho door with the Triple Murderer Hanged In Portland. PORTLAND. March 27.—A. L. Beldlng, triple murderer, was hanged this morning. His neck was broken. His heart continued to beat for 16 minutes. Melding made no statement. He Was on tho verge 'of utter collapse when the signal was given. Given Silver Service. WASHINGTON, March 17.—A sil ver tea service was presented to for mer Solicitor General Richards by offici...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 27 March 1903

4 FORFEITS BOND IN THE CRIMINAL COURT Frank Howard forfeited his bond this morning when the case was called in Judge Richardson's court. Howard is the commercial traveler who shot his roommate over a row In which two girls played quite an Important part. After a day in which the sparkle Of champagne was constantly a feat Has Regained His Mental Balance. A. B. Moser was released by the ' county sheriff this morning. He Is SPORTING WORLD. The baseball season of the Pacific Coast league opened yesterday. The results were as follows: At San Francisco —San Francisco, 7; Portland, 3. At Eos Angeles—Eos Angeles, t; Seattle, 1. At Sacramento—Sacramento, 7; 4. fight followers throughout this vl- Sjlnity are taking a great Interest In the coming battle between "Kid" Fredericks of Buffalo and "Dude" Lewis, the local colored lightweight. The men have met twice before, at Wallace, Idaho, In a 20-round draw, one? at the Spokane Amateur Athletic club in a 10-round draw, although the decision In th...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 28 March 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. WMtMOW MAIM «75. NO. 122. TEN ARE DROWNED IN FLOOD IN MISSISSIPPI Only Six Blocks of Greenville Are Above Water and Should the Levee Break That City Will Receive the Deluge. NEW ORLEANS, March 28.—The river fell two-tenths of a foot dur ing the Inst 24 hours. This morning reports from Greenville, Miss., say a woman and five children were swept awny In the house in which they were living nn« were drowned. Further advices from Greenville say n large portion of the city Is In undated. The crevasse is still en larging. Four more persons are reported Roosevelt Committee Will Outline Plans. The committee appointed by the Roosevelt club to attend to the re ception of the president when he ar rives In Spokane will meet tonight In the municipal courtroom. rians will be outlined for the part to be taken In the parade by the mem bers of the club, and a report made of the success thus far attained In the way of raising funds for decora tions. This ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 28 March 1903

5 TKe 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 $3 per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all eases of poor Sr tardy delivery to the office. BIG Front in. Fclephone again 375. Fo.tofflce Bon 650. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. SPOKANE THEATER—AI G. Field's Greater Minstrels. THE BLESSING OF DISSATISFACTION. The busy agitator who preaches discontent Is apt to T>e regarded by the complacent as not only a nuisance, but nn evil. Nine times out of ten he Is an Ignorant demagogue, unguarded In his Statements, careless in his conclusions and unrestrained in his feelings, who ruthlessly tears down and destroys some long consecrated temple, but lias not the Invention nor the skill to build in its place a better one, or one oven as good. But the agitator. Ignorant demagogue though he be, Is one of .the ...

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

WOOD TO INVESTIGATE COLONIAL GOVERNMENT "WASHINGTON, March 28.—Briga •ler General Leonard A. Wood, who anils today for the Philippines, has been commissioned to investigate the forms of British colonial government In Egypt and India and of Dutch co lonial government In Sumatra and \Jnva. with a view of Incorporating What Is best of their systems In the government of half-clvlltxed Moros of Mindanao and other provinces of the southern departments of the Philip pines. * Ko more Important development of Philippine policy has been made for • long time than this errand of Gen LIKES HER NATIVE LAND BEST. Miss Nellie Evans, daughter of H. Clay Evans, former United States pension commissioner and present consul general to London, has spent n large part of the present social season at Washington, where she and her sister have boon particular favor- Traveling Man's Ghastly Suicide. Morose and dejected over gambling losses. Charles E. Riley, a traveling salesman from Kansas City, Mo., end .J e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 28 March 1903

4 ROBBER KILLED IN FIGHT WITH POSSE CLEVELAND. Ohio. March 28.— Three robbers ot Garretavllle last night met the night watchman nnd Struck him down. They then bound nnd gagged him nnd took him to the postoflice, where they compelled him to watch them blow the safe. After securing a considerable sum of money they went up stairs and held up and robbed the family, after which they crossed the street and robbed the cash register of a store. The men walked a Ehort distance NO EASY TASK TO ARRANGE WAGE SCALE The Master Builders' association will not find it an easy task to ar range a permanent wage scale for the next two years. The latter has never been drawn to the attention of the building trades of the city nor in any communication to the trades council. Of course, the trades council will not hesitate to appoint a committee to-confer witi. the master builders In the event of such a conference be ing desired by the employers, but the outlook is that no agreement will be reac.ed. Members...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. rmiMrmama Mmxm are. no. rss. "HERE IS TO DEATH" * WAS PENNELLS TOAST Two Witnesses Testify That Pennell Threatened to Kill Even Though He Went to the Gallows for It-Final Evidence Taken, Inquest Closes. ' nt'FFAT.O, March 30.—This morn ing Justice Murphy reopened the In quest into tho death of Edwin L. Bur dick. Alexander J. Qulnn and P. Q. Ball King, respectively bartender and cashier of the Hotel Roland, New Tork, In whose presence it Is alleged Arthur Pennell threatened to kill someone, were the ilrst witnesses colled. The usual crowd of morbid women Were In attendance when Qulnn was called to tho stand. He Identitied PcnnoH's photograph and stated that rennell had entered the hotel bar and given him his card, nnd asked Serious Wreck Occurs on Erie. COBRY. Pa., March SO.—An ex press on the Erie railroad was wreck ed a mile west of Concord by tho spreading of rails this forenoon. The entire train except the engine was derailed. One wo...

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

t TKe 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 or S3 per year, 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 rroat Are. Telephone Mala 375. Postoßo. Boa MS. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. TOITIOST'S AMTJS CHESTS. Al'DlTOßll'M—Thomas J. Smith in "The Game Keeper. - ' A WOMAN'S PUNISHMENT. - The rtuniick murder mystery furnislies forth an endless theme for the writer who seeks to point a moral or adorn a tale. Says some of the public: "Oh, we are tired of the Tiurdick case." And yet how eagerly that same public reads every atom of news about it- Why? Because of the touch of human interest. Because the finale of this tragedy Is as dramatic as human life may be. Because the story is typical of a certain class of society. Because as the odoriferous Mrs. Payne has s...

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

SHIPPING SPOKANE MEN TO TAME STRIKERS PLACES. ' Local employment agenolee state that orders have been received from Seattle to ship all available men and recruits are being sent from Spokane to take the place of the striking Street car men In Beattle. Ten men left over the Great Northern yester- Oay and it is expected IB more will leave this morning. *-tjV Is also stated that tho men who tire being shipped are not experienc ed street car employes. The local Union Is keeping on the alert, and as yet no member of that body has given his name to the list' of "strike torpakors." The Seattle union Is sending men tout to meet the Spokane; recruits in order to prevail upon them I not to take the places of those 1 who have walked out for better conditions. "A letter received today by James Kellv from Cripple Creek states that at a special meeting of the Cripple Creek District Miners' union, which tasted until after midnight. It was decided to notify tho mines now Shipping ore to the mills o...

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

I HORRIBLY MANGLED REMAINS CONSCIOUS f With both legs severed at the knees, his right arm oft below the elbow nnd n ghastly wound on the right side of bis head. 8. Mortinel. a Jap, was brought in on the Great Northern at Hill today. The accident happened nt Espinola last night. A gang of Japs who have been repairing track at tliib place were about to cjuit work at 7 o'clock when an Incoming freight struck Mortinel on the shoulder and teased him Into the air. He alighted under the wheels of the engine. HOTEL ARRIVALS. SPOKANF. J. A. Caughren. Portland; P, (Search. Wyoming;, 0.1 F. Cummins. Victoria: H. Brlloh, New York; T. Wilcox. Portland; R. Thomas. Phila delphia; G. Smith. Worcester; Clayton Wilier; M. Hay. Wilbur; T. Ryland, New York; E. Klnnear, Ropsland. pacific. D. Thornloy. Tuc oma: Orris Oliver. Unrr.esidc; J. P. Anderson; J. E. Bab cock, Mica; P. Crawford. Wnrdner; W. H. Wall Grand Forks; R. Sterling-, Wardner; R. Turney, Rosalia; A. A. Young. Pullman; J. Ranter, Vancouv er...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. TMOTOW MATH 379. NO. 124. VENEZUELA'S FUTURE HANGING IN BALANCE r ~ . Minister Bowen s Representative and the Emissary of New York Bankers Will Each Try to Influence President Castro. WASHINGTON, March 31.—A mil lion dollars and possibly tho Whole future of Venezuela depends upon the race which is being run today be tween La Guayrn and Caracas by Pu lida, the Venezuelan minister to ■Washington, nnd a representative of Seligman Brothers, the New York bankers. Six weeks ago Minister Uowen submitted to the allied powers the protocol by which it was proposed to submit to The Hague the question us to whether they, by reason of' the bloc kade of Venezuelan ports, should be entitled to preferential treatment. Recruits are Stricken. NORFOLK, Va., March 31. —A de tachment of 40 marines arrived here today from the League Island navy yard to reinforce the quarantine on tho receiving pblps Franklin and Richmond and the torpedo boat De catur, where ...

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

2 THe SpoKane Press. ■Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Co. SCRIPPS-McRAE PRESS 6ERVICE. 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 g»r tardy delivery to the office. gig Promt ATS. ■Telephone Main 375. Vostoßce Boa BBS. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. AI'PITORICM—Thomas J. Smith In "The Game Keeper." WOMAN VS. WOMAN. f Very often woman's dearest foe is a woman. The most formidable enemy of Mrs. Florence Maybrlck was a woman fwho was a queen. For more than 14 years Mrs. Maybrlck has been In Woking prison and her life's career has been the talk of two continents. Florence Chandler was an American girl of 16 years when she married, In 1881, an Knglishman mimed James Maybrlck, 40 years of age. After eight years of married life In England Mr. Maybrlck died of arsenical poison. Jsaybrick's brothers openly charged the wife wi...

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

GRAND JURY RETURNS NINETEEN INDICTMENTS SEATTLE. March ll.—Although members of the bar resorted to every means possible to prevent It, the grand Jury has returned all the In dictments It has voted on the past two weeks on charges of malfeasance In office, larceny and fraud. There are 19 in all. A Tlie list of Indictments made pub ■JP are as follows: T. J. Humes, malfeasance In office; thief of Police Sullivan, malfeasance tn office; Police Judge George, fall are to perform his sworn duty; Jus tice T. If. Cann, extortion and per- Jury; Goorge U. Piper, perjury; Jacob Forth, obtaining valuable property by LOVE POTIONS PROVE UNDOING OF OLESON The women of Big Island object to the love-making of Ole Olson, who arrived in this city from Sweden Bonn years ago, and ns a result of their objections 010 now lies in the city hostile, and will later appear In police court to explain his method of conquering faint hearts. Ole started courting yesterday af ternoon. He began proceedings by taking ...

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

« TESTIMONY TENDS TO SHOW PENNELL'S GUILT BUFFALO. N. T.. March Sl.—Judge Murphy tills morning rendered a vr dict in the Edward L. Burdiek in quest which exhaustively reviews the evidence. Mr- tAoOM by saving thai were Arthur Pennell alive the evi dence brought out at the Inquest would Justify the Issuance of a war rant for his arrest on a charge of murder. ■ ■ He said the law prcsumcr. a mar. Innocent untH he is proven guilty, therefore he could not render a ver dict establishing the Identity Of Bur dick's mnrderer. Judge Murphy also lays streps on Lion Kills Children. HOVSTON. Tex.. March 31—Word reached here this morning that two children while playing at Mud Creek Were attacked and killed by a moun tain lion. They were literally torn to pieces, as was a dog which fought for them. The owner of the ranch where the children's father is employed trailed the beast nnd killed it. One Soldier Killed. Washington, March si.—one Boldlcr was killed and four others seriously wounded in an e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 1 April 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY TwAayrire Ctats Per Month. NO. 185. EMPLOYES HAVE RIGHT . TO GO OUT ON STRIKE Judge Adams Delivers Opinion in the Wabash Trainmen| Injunction Case That Deals Comprehensively - With Labor Question. r BT. LOUIS, April I.—Judge Adams In tho States circuit court this the application of the WaliiAi railway trainmen for a dissolution of the temporary restrain ing order Issued by him recently, pre »*-" '.ting them from calling a strike, judge Adams reviews both sides of the case and takes up clause by clause the allegations and denials. He says that inasmuch as the trainmen deny any intentions of interfering either with Interstate commerce or tho United States malls, their only pur pose being to better their condition, they have the undoubted right to peacefully withdraw from the rail road's employment until such time as wages which shall be satisfactory are conceded. He says the railway's contention that the men are satisfied with the PRESIDENT STARTS ON LONG JOURNEY ' W...

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

I THe SpoKane Press. fabllahed Every Evening Except Sunday by Th* Press Publishing Co. SCRIPPS-McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or tl POT year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor Br tardy delivery to the office. «U Pros* At*. •Telephone Main STB. wootoßo* Box gas. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. SPOKANE THEATER—"Arizona." AUDITORIFM—Thomas J. Smith in "The Game Keeper." OLD AND NEW "JOURNALISM." Colonel A. K. McClure, one of the last of the great old school of Jour nalism, has taken to task the promoters of that class of newspaper publica tion known as yellow Journalism; but in considering the remarks of this able Journalist one Is apt to forget that there is a very direct line of de marcation between sensational or "yellow" journalism and that other class with which it is often confounded, progressive journalism. Colonel McClure finds, after a careful review of Jou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 1 April 1903

COUNCILMAN WOYDT DEFENDS HIS ACTIONS f sU tha session of the ottp council last night a franchise was granted to the Spokane Light at Power oom psgsy, the company formed by Sena tor Turner, Prank Hogan and J. C. Williams By the charter of the new company It Is subject to the same conditions as those governing the .Washington Water Power company. Wires and poles for carrying light sad power are to be placed In the city streets. The grant Is. for 42 yoars. Renry Root was confirmed as city Commissioner to succeed Henry L. Lillenlhal, who retired from the of fice yesterday. Confirmation was given to the big Fourth ward sewer district. It was stated by City Engineer Gill that out of 866 lota only 63 H were opposed to tho district being established. The matter of P. F. Byrne succeed ing Allen P. Gill as city engineer again came up in committee, and Mr. OIU said he had offered to pay Mr. Byrne $880 out of his own pocket, although he had done the work. Cor poration Counsel Judson reported an...

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