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

•tests CAMBRIDGE WINS THE ENGLISH BOAT RACE Li"* IATNPON, April I.—England s great •porting <}*y, i !u .Cambridge and Ox ford boat race, dawned with leaden Okies, which later turned into a driz- Kling ra:n. Both crews were out early limber ing up for the race, which is set for 8;S0 o'clock this afternoon. As the day ndvnneed the rain increased in Women Will Lift the Temple Debt. 5- — For sexeral years the congregation <if Temple Emanu-El of Spokane has been struggling - under a heavy debt upon the temple building at Madison street and third avenue. The mortgage bus been reduced in a small way from time to time dur ing the past 12 years, but the sum of about J_uoo remained unpaid. As is often the case under such circum stances It was a woman who deter mined that the debt must be lifted. And as a result the debt was can celled In short order. Tho woman who is responsible for the mortgage being lifted is Mrs. R. Well. She realized that the time had come for "mortgage burning" and...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 2 April 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. nurnn max. arc. NO. 126. SPOKANE WILL HAVE GREAT CIDER FACTORY Largest Plant of Its Kind in the World to Be Estab „ fished in this City at an Initial Cost of $75,000. Will Bring Increased Acreage to Orchards. Fred Belter, secretary-treasurer of the Evergreen State Fruit company, returned home last night from a pro longed trip to Cuba and the eastern cities. His trip was partly for pleas ure and partly for the purpose ol Interesting capitalists in a project to establish a mammoth cider factory in this city. The trip was a success nnd In a few days Mr. Seller expects W. D. Carlisle of Chicago, the large cham pagne cider manufacturer, to arrive preliminary to putting up the largest cider factory In tho world, a planl that will result In an initial expendi ture of $75,000. Mr. Setter nnd associates have sfl( acres of orchard land on Richland prairie, which adjoins Moran prairh Crush Stone for Waterworks Pumps. The city rock crusher was sent...

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

5 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-five cents per month or f3 per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribe™ will confer a favor by promptly reporting i.ll caaea Of poor t>r tardy delivery to the office. •lg Proat Aye. (telephone Main STB. Poetofflee Box 565. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. SPOKANE THEATER—"Arizona." GIVE CHILDREN A CHANCE. At the station before the train started Mr. Roosevelt saw three little girls restrained by officers who were guarding the line. He promptly walked BP to them and talked to them for five minutes while prominent men sought .vainly to gain his attention.—Washington dispatch yesterday. Among the numerous plans suggested for the reception of President Roosevelt during his brief stay in Spokane next month the school children Of the city have not been mentioned. And yet the children can play the most Important part in Mr. R...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 2 April 1903

SCHLEY IN SPOKANE ... ON A FLYING VISIT Cheers from a thousand throats greeted Rear Admiral Schley when he arrived at the Great Northern depot tn J. J. Hill's special car at 10:50 o'clock last night. Hurrahs" split tho air as the hero of Santi ago stepped onto the back platform of the car and commenced to shake hands with those who fought their way to him. Owing to the train being late the Schley party had to be Immediately whisked away from the crowd and taken to the Northern Pacific depot, where, IB minutes after his arrival here, the admiral was again shaking with the crowd. The naval M*lß was scarcely recognized at first. He has a brisk, business-like way und his every action is that of a young man. It was a sore disappointment to him and the many people who as sembled to greet him that his stay could not be prolonged. "We can't depend on railroads throughout this mountainous coun try." he said as he addressed one crowd. Tiie democratic central committee In a body and many promi...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 2 April 1903

I PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TO EVANSTON STUDENTS Nation's Executive Tells College Boys That He Favors All Kinds of Rough Athletic Sport—His Recep tion in Chicago. CHICAGO, April S. — President I Roosevelt and party arrived in Chi-| cago at 9 o'clock tills morning over t tlie Pennsylvania railroad. The chief executive of the nation found the city awaiting his arrival in gala at tire. Flags were Hying from every staff tn the down-town section, and the city was bright with bunting. Pic tures of President Roosevelt were almost as numerous in windows nnd on dead walls ns the pictures of the candidate for office in the municipal campaign now at its height. It was a busy day for the presi dent, his time being completely occu pied by the program mapped out for him by the local arrangements com mittee. On his arrival he was greet ed at the station by Governor Yates. Mayor Harrison and tne members of the reception committee. The president did not leave the car, which was switched to tlie tracks of ...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 3 April 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cent* P»t> MnntK ! «»»a«F«Oani MATJT IT* HO. 127. ARREST H. W. HAWKES I FOR ALLEGED FRAUD Confession of Conspirator in Scheme to Secure Ignorant Man's Property Reads Like Plot of Blood and Thunder Melodrama. ' (With the* arresl this morning of H. W. •HfWfkes, a pioneer resident of .this clty.Kll years of age, the police have rouiftod up what they allege Is !the boldest case ot fraud ever perpe trated In this city. Those who were , said to have been duped by the work •t>f Hawkes -were Police Justice Hin kle. Chief of Police Reddy, Harry Ortman, a Sucker's lake rancher, near Itnthdrum. Idaho, who was defrauded out of his farm and gulled into jump ing the country, and peoplo who were used as tools by Hawkes in the carry ing out of Ills alleged scheme. The game said to have been worked by Hawkes started a week ago last Tuesday when Ortman was arrestpd On the charge of robbing P. Jolly, who had shared a room with him In this city tho night before. Ortm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 3 April 1903

-• THe SpoKane Press. fabttahed Bvery Evening Kxeept Sunday by The* Press Publishing Co. SCRIPPB-McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or $2 per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies Subscriber* will confer a favor by promptly reporting all caaea of poor or tardy delivery to the office. tUt front Are. Telephone Main 373. Posrtoffloe Boa 555- OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. WHO KILLED THE CHILDREN? The grand jury of Newark. N. J.. has returned indictments ngainst the ofßcials of the street railway of that city, holding them responsible for the killing of nine children In the recent collision. The motorman and conductor Of the fated car were not indleted. W-h-S-t? Does the grand Jury tnke the unprecedented position that the men really responsible for the death of those children should be criminally punished? True, the Newark motorman and conductor did all they could with an overcrowded car and the imperfect means given them to avoid the coll...

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

ENTERS A COMPLAINT AGAINST DR. NEWMAN ' Oeorge F. "Hoover, a well-to-do cttl len residing at the Emery hotel, who Was recently released from the Isola tion hospital, where he had been un dergoing treatment for smallpox, en ters a complaint againat Health Of-. Deer D. C. Newman. According to Mr. Hoover he saw Dr. Jtewman twice during the three Weeks that he waa confined in the hospital, nnd on those two occasions Ihe health officer refused to answer his questions, and only unbent from the dignity with which he is clothed to the- extent of feeling Hoover's pulse through a pair of rubber gloves. Bo far as medical attention Is con cerned. Hoover says he could have filed except for the care of Superin tendent Harris and the wife of the TO FOUND A BRANCH OF CIVIC FEDERATION i Dabor leaders aro discussing the advisability of founding in Spokane *s, branch of the Civlo federation as suggested by President Compere of tho American Federation of ijabor. (t la believed that this would be an eve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 3 April 1903

4 GIBBON MUST SERVE 3 YEABS IN PBISON ' sentence of this court Is that you serve three years in the state penitentiary end that you pay the costs of the trial." said Judge Rich ardson this morning, and the prisoner. "Anthony Gibbon, who Is charged with criminally assaulting Maud Co ahead, heard the sentence without moving a j muscle. The Oowhead girl masqueraded ns Burglary Charges Against Prisoners. Judge Richardson took up the tnorning In hearing the informations against the prisoners who have been bound over from the lower court. The following persons were arraigned and given the statutory time for plead ing: Andrew Kenny, alleged burglary: J. B. Onstlne was appointed by the court to defend him. George Avers, alleged burglary; J. V. Stone, attorney. James Burke, charged with enter ing the residence of Samuel L, Hol land on the night of March 19 and stealing $195, was given tho statu tory time In which to plead and At torney Sanders was appointed to de fend him. William Foss, alia...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. TBUraoW HAIBT 375. NO. 128. PRESIDENT'S THEME IS GOOD CITIZENSHIP Pays a High Compliment to the Patriotism of the Foreign Born Element in a Speech This Morning at La Crosse, Wis. T.A CROSSE. Wis., April 4.—The president arrived at 8:30 o'clock this morning-. He addressed 10,000 per sons and paid the foreign-born ele ment a high compliment for their patriotism in both wars. "Your souls rang true In the wars," he said. "You helped us teach the lessons of war and now help us to teach the lessons of peace. The qual ities that made you good soldiers then are needed now to make you good citizens. WINONA, Minn., April 4.—Tho Mean Temperature for Month of March. The mean temperature for March, according to the records of the weather bureau, was 89 degrees. The highest point the thermometer reach ed was 66 on March 24. and the low est, IS on the Bth, Tlie greatest daily range was 31 degrees on March 24. Tim mean temperature of March for 211 year...

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

I THe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Co, BCRIPPB-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 Or tardy delivery to the office. 818 Frost Are. relephoae Main 378. Postoffloe BOX 655. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. COMPLEXITY OF THE RACE QUESTION. Those minds are narrow indeed which imagine that the race problem is limited to the south. It Is a problem not of any section nor of any genera tion, but of the whole world and of all time. The idea that a race war is needed In some section of the south to settle this question is the shallowest nonsense. War between intermingling peoples would be the most deadly calamity that could happen, and It could settle nothing. It is the most appalling possibility that the advanced sentiment of a civilized nation can contemplate. A hundred years ngo ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 4 April 1903

REFORM TICKET NAMED RY MUNICIPAL PARTY W. H. Acuff, One of Commercial flub s Strongest Members, Heads It, With "Dutch Jake" Hovering in the Background. XUBXCrPAI. PASTY TICKET. For May or—W. H. Acitff, republi can. For Comptroller—William J. Mc- Xeaa, prohibitionist. For Treasurer—To be filled by city committee. Council Ticket. First Ward s'. S. Prescott, republican, first term. B. W. Hand, democrat, second term. Second Ward— D. M. Thompson, republican, first term. J. B. roster, republican, second term. Third Ward— W. 8. McCrea, republican, unexpired term. O. M. Bassets, republican, first term. W. H. Shields, prohibitionist, seo ond term. Fourth Ward— j. b. rUndsley, republican, first term. George W. Buroh, democrat, second term. Fifth Ward— J. Qrier "bona;, republican, flrst term. V. S. Pratt, democrat, second term. As predicted tn The Press yester day, tlie Spokane municipal party at Its convention in the courthouse last evening selected a city ticket headed by W. H. Acuff, one of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 4 April 1903

I "LADY JANE" MARTINI PROSECUTES HUSBAND "Lady Jane" Martini. famed in Bpokane. Lcwistnn and other cities 08 a tuixom. -light-fingered colored woman, has caused the arrest of her husband. Albert Martini, colored and Jessie Wilson, a good looking white girl. In police court Justice Hinkle snid to "Lady Jane": "Do you wish to prosecuet this case?' " 'Deed I does." said "Lady Jane," rolling tver eyes. "You want to punish this couple?" " 'Deed I does. She Stole mat] man. I an' Pa. gwine ahftah her In the cohts—an' ahftah him also. I has j SPORTING WORLD. Latest picture of "Kid" Frederick*, who will fight "Dude" Lewis, April 9. "Kid" Fredericks is standing by the side of his brother and train er, Charlie Fredericks. BASEBALL. The following scores were made in the Pacific Coast league yesterday: At Sacramento—Sacramento, 7; San Francisco. 5. At Oakland —Seattle, 4; Oakland. 2. At Los Angeles—Los Angeles, 5; Portland. 1. THOUGHT "DUDE" LEWIS WAS AN APPARITION A my*lei y that for the past f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 6 April 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. TELEPHONE MATH 3TB. NO. 129. DR. BYRNE DECLARES HIMSELF A CANDIDATE Mayor is in the Race for Re-election-Liquor Dealers Hold a Meeting and Outline Plan for Citizen's Met With Glasgow at ths Head. ' Mayor P. 8. Byrne today formally Announced Ills candidacy for re-eloc llon on the democratic ticket, and his friends are bending every effort to wards capturing the democratic con vention, which is scheduled for (April 14. As the result of a general meeting held yesterday the liquor dealers, un der the leadership of W. 8. Norman, are also busy today with the avowed purpose of controlling the democratic convention and preventing Byrne's nomination. It Is their Intention to have the convention postpone action nnd cither adjourn without placing a ticket In the field or to endorse a ticket to be placed In the field by the Saloon element and called the "cltl- Sens' " ticket. If tho latter program Is carried out, Samuel Glasgow of the Centennial mi...

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

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 or 11 per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all casea of poor Or tardy delivery to the office. «• Promt Are. *el*phone Stain STB. Fostofllce Sob 655. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. SPOKANE THEATER—Mrs. Brune In "I'norna." THOSE HANDSOME SPOKANE WOMEN. "I have been all over the United States, nnd I never saw as many gnod looking women In any one elty as I find right here in Spokane," said a New Tork man. The secret of it? There is no secret. It Is partly a matter of climate and a good deal a matter of health. Inspired by common sense. Beauty is not a thing that submits to measurements. It doesn't deal alone with the length of a nose, the color of eyes or hair or the droop of a pair of lips. It is a combination of all those things, supported by glowing h...

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

COADJUTOR ARCH BISHOPS ARE NAMED ROME, April 6.—There was an un- Ssuailly large attendance at tlie meet ing of cardinals of the congregation of the propaganda this morning and there was an animated discussion. Coadjutor Bishop John Glennon of Kansas City received tho appointment as coadjutor archbishop of St. Eouls. Bishop Henry J. Moeler of Columbus, 0., was named coadjutor archbishop of Cincinnati. KANSAS CITY,. Mo., April Surprise was felt here at the appoint ment of Bishop John J. Glennon ns , coadjutor archbishop of St. Louis. In 1896 Bishop Glennon was made coad jutor bishop of Kansas City, because of the Increasing age of Bishop Ho gan. Bishop Glennon was consecrat ed wish much pomp and ceremony by To Revive Judgment. C. B. Strong- has asked Judge Belt to revive a judgment recently given against Paul Gaston & Co.. alleging that the Judgment was entered April 16, 189". and that no part of It has tieon paid. A sum of 12245.92 with Interest and costs Is Involved. He Broke Qu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 6 April 1903

4 ON THE WAGE-WORKER AND THE TILLER OF SOIL President Roosevelt's Speech at Sioux Falls, S. D., Contains the Usual Platitudes-Listened to by Excep- r tionally Large Crowd. SIOTX FAT.T.P, S. D., April 6— i The president was up early this morning. Hip Sunday rest put his Voice In excellent condition. An ex ceptionally big crowd for this city listened to his Fpeech on the wage worker and the tiller of the soil. The president said In part. "In a country like ours It Is funda mentally true that the well-being of the tiller of the soil and the wage worker Is the well-being of the state. If they are well off. then we need concern ourselves but little as to how Other classes stand, for they will In evitably be well off. too; and. on the other hand, there can be no real gen eral prosperity unless based on the foundation of the prosperity of the wage-worker and the tiller of tlie soil. HEEDS ABE BXTFEBEBTT. "But the needs of these two classes are often not the same. The tiller of the soil has...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. TBLBWOII KAIST 378. NO. 130. STEAM AND ELECTRICITY ON COEUR D'ALENE ROAD New Line Will Use Both Motive Powers, the Former for Freight and the Latter for Passengers. - Right of Way Completed. / V. A". Blacltwell of tho Howard lumber company of Coeur d'Alene, Who, wlSh his friends, owns the con trolling Interest In the proposed Coeur d'Alcno ft Spokane railway, was seen at the Spokane hotel today and talked at length concerning the new enterprise. For tho first time Mr. Blnckwell announced that tho lino would be operated by steam as well us electricity. Said Mr. Black well: "The principal freight business will be done at night and by a steam en gine of moderate size. We will have a freight equipment of our own aud will also handle the cars of the trunk lines. We will have freight connec tions with the union yards, whether over our own or tV\e lines of other rogds la not yet determined. Our road will be standard gauge, Carrrying 80-pound r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 7 April 1903

t TKe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Co. •CRIPPg-MeRAE 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 a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor •r tardy delivery to the office. ns front Aye. Selephoae Mala ays. roeteS9.oe Boa aaa. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. SPOKANE THKATKR-Mrs. Brune in "rnorna." "NOTHING TO ARBITRATE." For five months tlie coal trust refused to submit the demands of their employes to adjudication. There was "nothing to arbitrate," they Bald. A great strike resulted, with consequent coal famine, high prices, human suffering and heavy loss to the entire business interests of the country. From May to October of last year the operators stubbornly maintained their stand on the doctrine of divine right, superior to all human judgment and would listen to neither reason nor supplication. Only the danger of rigorous a...

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

FACTIONAL FIGHT ON IN ROOSEVELT CLUB The Wilson and Anti-Wilson Elements Indulge in Personalties-Moore's Resolution Tabled After Hot Debate. Gall and wormwood is a mild way ' of describing the draught which the ontl-Wllson faction of tha republican party ,was compelled tO Swallow at the meeting of the Roosevelt club tn the municipal courtroom last night. 'Although the meeting was for the ostensible purpose of considering a resolution offered at a previous meet ing by Judge Moore to the effect that the republicans named on the munici pal party ticket should be Instructed to withdraw their names from that ticket, the meeting quickly resolved Itself Into one of personal attack be tween the Wilson and anti-Wilson -- factions of the party. F. M. Dudley started action. He said he had named for the municipal party the men whom they had nomi nated, men who he said would be supported by the republican party because they were republicans. Mr. Dudley was repeatedly Interrupted by men who wante...

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