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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 7 April 1903

4 GENERAL SHAKE-UP ON THE GREAT NORTHERN It is Rumored That Spokane Falls & Northern Will Move Its General Offices to Northport In the Near Future. A general shukcup is scheduled to take place on the Gnat Northern 'Arril 15. I". S. Forest, superintendent of tlie Bpokane Falls A.- Northern, toes to Great Falls. Mont., as general super intendent of the Montana Central line. It. C. Morgan, assistant superin tendent of tlie Cascade division, has !>een appointed superintendent of the Spokane Falls & Northern railway system and there are rumors that he will move his general offices from Spokane to Northport, a mow central point for the transaction of business. Tliis will move a large force of clerks nnd the offices of trainmaster and train dispatcher from this city. The general car agent's office, under the management of E. M. Flood, Is Elated for abandonment on the same date. This will result in a reduction In office force of 15 clerks. The work will lie carried on at the gene...

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. — 8 April 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. NO. 131. RASHER OUT FOR MAYOR ON DEMOCRATIC TICKET Byrne, Jamieson, Monahan and Rasher all Want to be the Democratic Standard Bearer-Political Situation Becoming Very Mixed. ' Jtuber Rasher at noon today agreed to accept the nomination for mayor should It be tendered him by tlie democratic party. Acceptance was made to a committee consisting of Comptroller Floyd L. Daggett, City Treasurer Harry Kggleston, W. McKeman and about 12 other demo crats. Beyond admitting his agreement to make tlie race if nominated Mr. Rash er refused to discuss the political situation. Neither would he dullnc his attitude towards organized labor. With the agreement of Mr. Rasher to accept the nomination there are four democratic candidates In the field—Mayor P. S. Byrne, James" Mon Hawke It Found Guilty of Swindling. Henry Hawke, the Spokane pioneer arrested several days ago for swin dling Harry Ortman, a Sucker (Idaho) rancher out of his property, was found g...

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. — 8 April 1903

t THe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing OS. •CRIPPS-McRAE PRESS BERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or ft 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. •16 Front Are. Telephone Mats STB. Postofflce 808 654. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. THE MAN WHOSE WIFE IS OUT OF TOWN. There is a common belief that the man whose wife is out of town has a hilarious tim«, details of which are not to be even hinted at In print. Moralists have exploited this belief. Humorists have thrived on it. Tho public has been forced to accept it out of respect for its venerable age. The only man who suspects that there is nothing In it Is the man whose Wife is out of town. To him it is all a Joke without humor, a sermon with out a point. When the wife goes the husband may at first experience an exhilarating •ense of freedom. He will b...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 8 April 1903

DEMOCRATS VICTORIOUS IN EASTERN ELECTIONS CHICAGO/April B.—Carter H. Har rison waa elected mayor of Chicago yesterday for the fourth consecutive time by a plurality approximating 7000. The vote was: Harrison, 146.- --»23; Stewart. 139.575; Crulce, Inde pendent labor. 9999; Breckon, social ist, 11,212; Haines, prohibition, 2848. The result Is regarded as a victory for municipal ownership of street railways, which was the Issue of the .Campaign. ST. LOUIS, Mo.. April B.—By a majority of 18,000 democrats won the city election yesterday, electing the alx rtembers of the elty council nnd 32 out of 2S members of the house Of delegates. A bt-partlzan board of Oducatlon was elected. The result is a victory for the reform elements as the "combine" element is swept out of office. Republicans carried Jefferson City and independents won In Sedalla. Other elections were democratic. MII.WAI'KIOE, April B.—Wisconsin elections resulted as follows: Osh kosh. Mayor Mulva, democrat, re elected; Waukes...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 8 April 1903

4 MUNICIPAL ELECTION RESULTS IN IDAHO Following is the result Of Idaho municipal elections held yesterday: Wallace—Citizens' ticket elected ; with exception of one councilman. Mayor T D. Connor reelected, ' — Wardner—Townsite ticket, consist ing of present officials headed by Major Hugh France, was reelected against the citizens' ticket, which was booked by the mine Interests. Moscow —Tax payers' ticket, headed by J. C Wolf for mayor, was elected, Juliaetta—Only COUncilmen war.' elected, part of a "blind' ticket Being successful. fjenesee—J. 1.. Consnt, Jr. elected mayor. Quiet election. Troy—Trustees elected: (). A.I Johnson, Olaf Olson. William Duthle, 1 T. H. Christie, K. r. Jolly. New water works are a certainty. NEW STREET RAILWAYS OPERATE BY AUGUST All three of the street car com panies that reci ntly secured fran chises to pass over Spokane streets ore to be in full operation by Au gust 1. Part of the rails for the Craves Fystem have arrived, and construction work is to begin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 9 April 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. nuwton un 378. NO. 182. NORTHERN SECURITIES MERGER HELD ILLEGAL United States District Court Hands Down Decision Holding That Hill's Scheme is a Direct Violation of the Sherman Anti-Trust Law. ' ST. PAUL, Minn.. April 9.—A de- Clsion In favor of the T'ntted States was given this noon by Judge San born of the United States district court. The decision adjudges that the Combination of the Great Northern end the Northern Pacific stocks was In restraint of trader and enjoins the Northern Securities company from voting the stock of cither company and the officials of the roads from allowing the Northern Securities of ficials to vote their stock or to pay dividends to the Northern Securities company. The Northern Pacific and Great Northern stocks can bo returned to Its previous holder*. By tills decision the greatest rail way merger In the world Is complete ly knocked out. The decision Is the most sweeping ever aimed at combi nations or so-ca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 9 April 1903

t 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, twonty-flve 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. ■U Front Aye. ■Telephone Mala 375, fostofflc* Bos 655. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. HIS LAST REGISTRY. "Henry L. Smith, Heaven." That was the peculiar way In which a deaf anrl dumb man registered at the police station at Sioux City, lowa- Why, who would expect to find Heaven's registry book at a police ataMon? It may be there. It is as likely to be found In such a place as In the high-priced hostelries Where tho bediamond clerk holds out the pen. This man was well dressed, evidently highly educated and manifested a Cheerful and gracious spirit. The desk sergeant says he was very courteous In demeanor and exceedingly kind. Was he sane? Did he believe, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 9 April 1903

6 SHERIFFS AND POSSES PURSUING OUTLAW LOS ANGELES, April 9.—Outlaw McKlnney, who killed the "cowboy poet" and deputy sheriff at Kingman, Ariz., last week passed Klelnfelter's place last Sunday. He was mounted and had three pack animals and was heavily armed. He was- recognized by Deputy Sheriff Bowers, who wired to Kingman. McKlnney is supposed to be at Manvel, Ariz. Sheriff Lovtn of King man arrived at The Needles last night and this morning Lovln raised 40 men and started In pursuit v>f tho Princess Louise to Remarry Prince. BERLIN, April 9.—A dispatch from Salsburg published today states that the crown prince of Saxony will visit the former Crown Princess Louise at Lindau next week and that a recon ciliation Is probable. It is also pre dicted that they will remarry and re sume life us It was before the prin cess' elopment with Qlron. The Sax on people's friendship toward Louise Is said to encourage the prince In this course. ROME. April 9.—The strike here, so far as being gene...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 9 April 1903

4 NOTORIOUS COUPLE JAILED FOR RORBERY Ruth Ttrown, alias Ruth Creel, a 19-year-old white girl, and lor col ored paramour, Thomas Creal, both Well known to the police during the past two years, were arrested last night In the notorious McDonald lodging house at Front avenue and Stevens street. The girl is charged with grand lar ceny In having stolen a gold Wi l. v and other valuables from Albert Bow er, a man with Whom she picked up an acquaintance early last evening Detective Burn?, who made the ar rest, found the watch in the girl's room. Creal. her consort, was locked up on the less serious charge of dis ordeily conduct, lie having been ar rested by Detectives Burns and Brl ley while creating a disturbance while Local Markets. Price* Paid tn Producers. Wheat, per bushel, club and red, 65c; bluestem, 70e; barley, per ton, |tt; oats, per ton. $24; timothy hay, per ton, $13; potatoes, per cwt., 35c; onions per cwt, Roifftjnc; ranch but ter, per pound, 15@20e; eggs, fresh, per case. $...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 10 April 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. TaurmoßTi maot 375. NO. 133. HERBERT BOLSTER DYING IN ST. LOUIS i • Pioneer Citizen and Business Man of Spokane Has Only a Slight Hold Upon Life-Father of Interstate Fair. Herbert Bolster, n pioneer citizen nnd business man of Spokane, Is dying at the Baptist hospital In St. Louis. Business associates of Mr. Bolster In thl. have received telegrams to that effect from Mrs. Bolster. A telegram was also received from her by the Knights of Pythias lodge and •by the Masons stating that his con dition was; hopeless and that the phy sicians said It was only a matter Of a few hours, or days flt the most. Until the end would come. At tho office of Mr. Bolster In the Exchange Bank building today con firmation of the sad reports was given. It was stated that a tele gram had been received announcing the end was likely to come at any time. Mr. Bolster has been ill for more than a year, during which time he lias been in the hospitals of San Fran cisc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 10 April 1903

1 THe SpoKane Press. Published Bvery Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing OS. ' 1 " | BCRIPPSMcRAE 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. •16 Pront Are. felsphone Stain 375. Postoffics Bos 556. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. A QUEEN'S ILL-OMENED WEALTH. Queen Sophia of Sweden, tho wealthiest woman In her own right of all /he queens, has received since she was a girl more than J30.000.000 from gambling. She was heir to the revenue from the once famous public gambling tables of Wiesbaden. Germany. But the money failed to bring her happiness. Indeed It has evidently brought her woe. Judged by the woman's his tory, the millions have cast a sinister shadow over her life. The money has been put to good uses—tho founding and maintenance Of hospitals, asylums, homes, etc. Large sums have been ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 10 April 1903

in m or SCWCR STSTCII Fourth Ward Residents Believe It a Sanitary Necessity. QUESTION OF HEALTH. Lives Are Endangered as Well as Property Injured by fight Against Measure. A mass meeting of Fourth ward citizens was held In the courthouse last night to consider whether that thickly populated part of the city Should have a sewer system. Judge J. D. Hlnkle wus made chalr m. .and Mr. Goodspeed secretary. Al len F. Gill, city engineer, estimated the cost of the proposed sewer sys tem ut from $40 to $100 a lot, ac cording to the location of the prop erty, nnd the cost to each property owner for connecting his house ,wlth the sewer at from $2B to 140. It will be 12 years before final payment on the assessment will have to be made —as it will take n year to build a sewer, another year before the llrst assessment will have to be paid, and the total assessment will bo distrib uted over 10 years. Dr. Kalb said: "We need a sewer and need it badly. It Is true our gravelly soil,gives a natural dr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 10 April 1903

4 nssm or m mm Incoming Immigrants Be lleve in Diversified Faimng MANY AR[ WILL TO DO Homeseekers Will Add Greatly to the taxable Property of the State. The 4000 immigrants that left St. Haul yesterday for this stats difbr; materially from any that SO far have taken advantage of the present rat. s. "stoat of the homcscckers that sit j far have settled up this state.'' said I a prominent railroad man today, "have been natives of the United] States. The crowd that w ill arrive ! within the next f. w days is made up of foreigners. Many of these people nee well to do and w ill add greatly j to the taxable property of the state. . "The days of th< great ranches are i numbered, The class of people tif.t hate settled her." the last few mnntUS ' nrc eastern farmers, the majority of ! whom believe in diversified (arming, j "It is not only government lands that these people seek but they come prepared to buy unproved property of all kinds. These people should be encour.'.ged in every way p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 11 April 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. mt mvanon maim 37a. NO. 134. . REPUBLICAN FACTIONS IN A FIERCE WRANGLE Wilsonites Claim the Call for Convention Will Be Rescinded While Ankeny Men Talk of Bolting If Acuff Should Be Endorsed. Durlng all of today the two fac tions of the republican party In the city have been almost angrily dis cussing tho proposition of a straight republican ticket being put In tho field. Tho Wilson faction of the party rlalm they have control of tho city central committee, anfi that the com mittee will rescind its call for a city convent ion. On the other hand, the Ankeny re publicans insist that a ticket must be put up, that the convention will bo held for the simple reason that the central committee Is powerless to call nit tlie convention. Furthermore, the Ankeny republicans insist that they will leave the convention hull in n body and nominate a Straight re publican ticket on their own account If tlie Wilson faction carry the con vention for the mu...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 11 April 1903

1 THe SpoKane Press. Published Kvery Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing C* SCRIPPSMcRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, sis cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or $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. Sic Front St*. Telephone Main 378. Poeto&o. Boa 658. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. AVnTTOßH'M—Matinee and night. Charles A. Gardner In "The Dark est Hour." IF WE ALL OBSERVED THE GOLDEN RULE. %Ye aro accustomed to being admonished In fervent phrases that If all men ohs. rved the Golden Rule human life would be perfect, brotherhood would be the watchword, Selfishness and greed would never more rear their grizzly shapes, honest ambition would be unchecked by avarice and envy, morality and peace would spread their spotless wings and life and property would forever be unmolested. Paradise would once more Piai forever be upon earth—so we are con stantly assur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 11 April 1903

BIDS OPENED FOR GRADING AND CURBING 0f ' At a meeting of the board of public Works last evening, the mayor being present, bids were opened for the grading, curbing and sidcwalklng of Virginia avenue from Cedar to Post Btrects, tlie only bidders being C, Winger for ttie grading, $1140, and the Barber Asphalt company for the gtdewalkingf $2393.50. C. Winger was also the onyl bidder for the grading, curbing and parking of Illinois avenue from Perry to Kegal streets, his bid being $3460. Mr. Winger is a new contractor, this, being the first time he ever ap peared before the board, ,11c resides In Peaceful valley. A petition for a water main on Bridgeport avenue from Arch to Wls comb streets was submitted by the board to the city council, the estimat ed cost of the improvement being !&••>> ::.">. and 12 per cent of the cost amounting to $71.80. As shown by the petition the revenue amounts to only $f>7, but the original signers Final Hearing Tonight. The final hearing In t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 11 April 1903

4 ARMOUR'S COUP IN MAY AND JULY WHEAT CHICAGO. April It. OgdoS Ar mour accomplished a great coup in Way and July wheat and started a Semi-panic on the board of trade this morning when he bid May wheat up advanced Jul>tO 77 ■'Hi cents from TOI* cents and advanced July wheat three* eighths of a cent. 1,000 Men Working on Jennings Cutoff. Work on the Jenninc* cutoff from that point to Columbia Falls, a dis tance of M mlh s. is fully under way nnd about 10"0 mi n arc now em ployed. Before tlie work is finished a force of 5000 men will be nt work and the new cutoff will be rushed With all speed. It Is now estimated that it will take IS months to complete th< work. Yesterday surveyors started tin ir lines In laying out the town of Rex ford, which is midway between Jen nings and Columbia Falls. About 20 business houses will be In course of erection inside of a month's time. 0. R. & N. Will Not Change Time Table. People of this city will not have to learn a new Schedule of tinjc f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 13 April 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. margon mm an. NO. 135. BYRNE WILL PROBABLY CARRY THE PRIMARIES Both the Labor Men and Open Town Element Are Working for the Mayor-Mognahan Considered Plausible "Dark Horse." Every Indication points to the eweeping of the rlty by the Byrne forces nt the democratic primnrles to night. This was tide of the caucuses Saturday night, and since that time the strength of the Byrne forces has ■teed 11 y grown, organized labor rec ognizing that to nominated Rasher means an endorsement of tlie Com mercial club. Both the labor vote nnd the open town elcmtn arc working hard today for the mayor, preparing for tho prl mark's that are held from 4 o'clock j this afternoon until 8 this evening, i Tho supporters or Jamleson and Rasher are also busy, nnd all of them are claiming victory for their re spective champions. The mayor has the advantage of having the poll books and the organization used In the election of two years ago, nnd the Rasher forces of t...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 13 April 1903

t The SpoKane Press, Published Every Evening Except Bunday by The Press Publishing Co. SCRIPPS-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 a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor •r t&rdy delivery to the office. ■IS Front Aye. ■ Entered at Spokane, Telephone Mala 375. .. " • /'• r: <T Wart, as second-olae. Fostcfllce Bex 655. "^~' <^S?HK r matter. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. AUDITORIUM—' Vinnlgan's Ball." SYMPATHY FOR THE POOR. There has been a lot of laughing over young John D. Rockefeller's asser tion that what the poor need Is sympathy rather than money. Hut, nfter all. it is not such a very laughable matter. It Is pregnant with wholesome truth. It might seem to the unthinking that If sympathy Is what the poor need, they must have plenty of It. Sympathy seems (heap, and so much easier to give than money. But the fact is that the poor do need sympath...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 13 April 1903

STEEL WORKERS TO DISCUSS WAGE SCALE t COLUMBUS. 0., April 13.—Dele gates are arriving; In large numbers tor the annual convention of tho (Amalgamated Association of Iron, Bteel and Tin Workers, which will begin here tomorrow and will con tinue for 10 days or two weeks. This Organization is one of tlie largest and tnost Influential labor bodies in Amer ica, and there nre several things that combine to make the present, gather ings tlie most Important in Its his tory. The organization has grown With great rapidity during the last Jroar nnd many new lodges of steel Workers are sending tholr first dele gates to this convention. The discussion of the wage scale find conditions of labor for the ensu ing year will, of course, be one of the most Important features of the con tention. No radical demands are an INTERPRETER ROGERS BOSSES A DIRT JOB "Patty" TT. P. Rogers, who at divers times nets as French Interpreter In tho police court nnd as special po liceman for the ctty, secured n new job...

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