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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 13 April 1903

4 Finance Committee Now Hae $4,660.50 . The financial committee en the re ception of President Roosevelt has row on hand $4660.50. This is not tinlf the amount the committee Maims will be required to ccVcbrate the occasion in a befitting manner. The committee is meeting with tome difficulty In getting business men to subscribe as they should. It Is estimated that about lO.doo per sons will be in Spokane To see the president biiu that consequently any sum less than 110,000 w ♦old fall far Short of carrying cut the program In a manner that will do Justice to the city. $5,000 Damages for a Broken Arm. In Judge Holt's court this morning tlie case of Amos J. Railei against the Spokane Falls & Northern is be ing heard by n Jury. Railrs asks |IHB damages for injuries alleged to have been sustained In n wreck near Coiviiie. while employed as v brake man on the line. His nrm was broken and as a rc suit his sleep is Impaired and lie Buffers great pain. Wanted on Charge of Stealing Pigs. S...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 14 April 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. lILIWWB MAIN 878. NO. 136. BYRNE'S NOMINATION SEEMS TO BE ASSURED Mayor Routed the Jamieson and Rasher Forces at Last Night's Primaries-Good Work Is Accomplished By Organized Labor. Intense Interest prevails through out the city today in the result of the democratic convention Which meets tonight at 7 o'clock in tlie courthouse. All day the partisans of the various contending factions have been busy looking after the Interests of the ; three principals in the triangular 1 light, and the claims of each has grown with tlie day. There is little doubt but that Byrne will be renominated for mayor at tile democratic convention tonight. The Byrne forces Cleanly routed the Rasher and Jamleson tickets at the ' primaries last night—although crook edness Is charged against the Rasher forces In several precincts. In nil wards where laboring men predomi nate the full strength of organised la- j bor made itself felt, and throughout , the city the Byr...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 14 April 1903

5 THe SpoKane Press. (Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Co. I SCRIPPSMcRAE PRESB SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-live 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. SIS Front Aye. Telephone Mala 375, Postofflce Boa 555. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. AUDlTOßlUM—"Flnnlgan's Ball." I A GREAT ENGLISH TRUST. In England thousands of people have worked 100 years for one man, and thai man unknown to most of them. A generation lived, labored and died, and other generations did the same, nil piling up wealth for the earl of Ellesmere. They piled up millions and millions. They worked for a pittance, they literally coined money out of flesh nnd blood to make this one man, who cared less for them than he does for his dops. the second wealthiest man in England. It is a wonderful story of injustice. One hundred years ngo the duke ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 14 April 1903

CURATOR M'PHEE ADDS TO POLICE CABINET ' Curator McPftes of the curio cabl liet of articles that have figured In" prominent Spokane crimes Is adding constantly to the collection and dur ing the past month has received some Of the most valuable of the relics. , The shotgun with which James 70 years of age, committed suicide on Sunday, April 12, Is the latest article added. It was put in the collection yesterday anil stands beside the Winchester shotgun with which dishing killed his hired mall Several years ago. Tlie large bundle of checks on dif ferent banks throughout tho United States, found In the possession of Charles llrown. alias diaries citibank, arrested at the Qreat Northern sta tion'last week. Is also In the collec tion. Several of the checks contain samples of Brown's ability as v forg er. Brown's photograph has also been Added to ths rogues' gallery. He was driven out of town Several days ago. Frank Rust Is represented by tlie machine for slipping a card up the Sleeve, fou...

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

4 $75,000 FIRE LOSS AT SUMMER RESORT cfW Orleans. April 14—The West End. a famous summer resort outside the city, was the scene of a big lire this morning. The West End pavlllan was burned, together with a number of smaller establishments and boathouses. The Wine House That is Very Successful. After more than two years of real- Hence the Los Angeles win" com pany, under the management of George W. Fox. has proved Itself one of the most successful wine houses In the northwest, and its store at I 713 Sprague avenue is one of the busiest marts In the city. Much of the success of the Los Angehs Wine company is due to the excellent of the goods supplied the Spokane public. Originality Is still another reason for the success of the company. Mr. Fox is 'tlie lnvt ntor of the triangular shaped wine bottle now having so large a vogue in the city, and which Idea has been util ized hy some of the firm's competl- I tors The latest Kb aOf Mr. Fox that is proving a gnat winner with the patrons of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 15 April 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. TELEPHONE MAIN 375. NO. 197. OLD TIME REPUBLICANS LOOKING FOR CANDIDATE Ed. Sanders, J. T. Omo, Van De Lashmutt and Others Are Mentioned-'Dutch Jake" Fighting for Nomination of Omo, to Head Off Acuff. The selection of Ruber Hasher by the democratic convention as candi date for mayor last night added fuel to the determination of the old-time republicans in the city to put a Straight republican ticket in the field for the coming campaign. With that end lv view the republi can leaders, following well attended caucuses held last night, are bending every energy today In sparring for the delegates to be chosen at the re publican primaries tonight tor the republican convention to be held next Friday. The men most talked about for the republican uomln.it ion arc Kd San ders. J. T. Omo. Van B. De Lashmutt, O. L. Rankin, Colonel 1.. Frank Boyd and Councilman Frank Johnson. Federal office holders aud leaders of the Wilson wing started In early thi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 15 April 1903

The SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tress Publishing Co. SCRIPPS-McRAE PRESS 6ERVICE. One rent per copy, six rents 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 Cr tardy delivery to the office. BIS rront Aye. Telephone Ham 378. Postofflct Box 656. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Al'DlTOßirM—"Finnlgan's Ball." IF SCIENTISTS WERE CRIMINALS The scientist usually livis In n little -world of his own. Ills walls of books or shelves or bottles s pa rate htm from the noisy, selfish, scheming life about him. Ills mind is concentrated Upon a printed page, or the mys tic contents of a crucible or B distant star. His heart Is as pure as his life Is simple. He knows nothing of greed and lust and malice aud envy. They are not in his world. And It Is a good thing for the world nt large that It Is so. The scientist, who looks so Innocently at us out of his mild eyes...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 15 April 1903

ACRES OF ROSES FOR LEWIS-CLARKE FAIR PORTLAND. Ore., April 15.—The management of the Lewis and Clarke fair, which Is to be held at Portland, Ore., In 11105, has under contemplation the setting aside of 10 acres of the' exposition grounds to lie given up ex clusively to the cultivation of roses. The ground selected for the site of the exposition lies on the west bank of the Willamette river. Hack of It rise the hills of Willam ette heights, nnd south of It lies the city. A 10 acre plat of roses in pinks An English Expert on the Yacht Race. MANCHESTER. Falkland. April 15. — Today's Guardian in an article written by a yachting expert says tho Shamrock HI. fully demonstrated it self to be the most puszling boat the Americans have ever had to contend with, inasmuch as it will lose some races and easily win others. The ex pert predicts that the Reliance will be faster off the wind but poorer on it. Bark and Crew are Lost at Sea. GLASGOW. Scotland. April IB.— The Norwegian balk Altona. fro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 15 April 1903

4 CLAIMS PROPERTY WAS SECURED RY THREATS On April It, 1860, Sarah D. Taylor married Gfebrge W. Taylor in Spokane and at the time of the marriage own ed as separate property the southeast quarter of section s In township 23 Slid household goods to the value of SllsO. At the time of the marriage the Complainant alleges Taylor only own ed one lot In Udgerwood patlC, After Important Changes Take Effect Today. Pome Important changes go Into <f fert today on the Great Northern nml Spokane Falls & Noltht m lines, 1". 8. Forest, superintendent of the Spo kane Falls & Northern, goes to Great Falls. Mont., as general superintend rnt of the Montana Central line, He le succeeded by it. C, Morgan, assist ant superintendent of the Cascade di vision. it is Ft in rumored that he will change the headquarters of the P. F. & N. from here to North port so as to be more centrally located, The gen eral car agent s offlee is also slated for abandonment today and the work Will be carried on ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 16 April 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. mawmon mams 375. NO. 138. BARREL MURDER CASE IS NEARING SOLUTION Nevr York Police Arrest 12 Sicilians and Evidence That the Crime Was Committed by Them Is Found in a Cellar Cafe. SUMMARY OT MYSTERY. ~ I Tuesday—ltody of murdered Italian Sound in barrel which had been dump •oo from wagon on street in the Ital ian quarter, Wednesday—Police unable to find nny clue to murderer or as to Iden tity of murdered man, further than tlmt he was a foreigner. Thought body had been Identified, but Italian later said lie was mistaken as to tlie marks on the body. Police feared murder was a Mafia plot or a ven detta. Thursday—Arrest of 12 Sicilians and Brat clues found. NWW YORK. April 16 —The barrel murder mystery of Tuesday lins de nted great excitement in the Itnlian Quarters, The arrest of 12 Sicilians last night was followed by tile dis covery of clues. Tlie police found a collur In a cel lar cafe, run by the supposed leader of the gang, Morello, w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 16 April 1903

The SpoKane Press, OEOBOE PTJTHAM. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Cm. 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 free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor Or tardy delivery to the office. ——————— - eia rroot At*. r.Uphoa. Malm 375. Postofllc* Bos 655. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. AI'IHTORirM— Miss Rae Bronson in "California." Whit taker Wright, the great London financial promoter, who is in jail In New York charged with Being an English fugitive from justice, has In his career established many big enterprises in England. America and Australia. He has made and lost many fortunes for himself and those as sociated with him. There are many BtUlloalreS in London who owe their wealth to his shrewdness. There are nlso in London many people who have lost heavily through Investments that he advised. It Is the losers who have caused hi...

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

PARRY REPUDIATED DV HIS ASSOCIATION NEW ORLEANS. April 18.—Presl flent Parry of the National Manufac turers' association, who in his ad dress before tbe convention in ses sion here made a bitter attack upon organised labor, has been practically repudiated by the following resolu tions, which were adopted by the as sociation: "We hereby declare the following principles which shall govern this as sociation In its work in connection . with labor problems: . "First—Fair dealing Is the funda mental basic principle on which the relations of employer und employe Sheerest, "SWimd —This association Is not Imposed to organization of labor, but Is unalterably opposed to boycotts, blacklists and other Illegal acts and the Interference with the personal liberty of employer or employe. "Third—No person should be re fused employment nor In any way discriminated against on account of membership or non-membership In any labor organization, nnd there From Lake Erie to the Ohio River. AKRON. 0., April...

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

« TALKS OF PRESIDENT'S TRIP TO DEATH GULCH Daadshot Jim" Hardy of Emigrant Clap. Mont, has returned from the Bimllkamei h country, where he went On business connected with some min ing property. He is now on his way home and speaks highly of the coun try across the line in British Co lumbia. Hardy is an authority on Yellow- Stone park, having spent most of his life in that vicinity. In talking about the visit of the president to the patk he said: "1 see that President Roosevelt Is planning a trip to Death gulch. This ts by far the most dangerous section Of the park, although at this season of the year one ran enter this valley tn comparative safety. It is never TlSited by tourists and is in a remote section. This Heath gulch is strewn No Action on a Uniform Wage Scale The mill and lumber workers' con vention at Coeur d'Alene <"ity ad journed yesterday. It was deemed advisable to take no action for the present In the matter of tixing a uni form wage scale, The object of the conven...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. TILBPMOW MAPS BTB. NO. 139. BOYD IS NOMINATED BY THE REPUBLICANS The Vote Is Made Unanimous on the Fourth Ballot After a Spirited Contest With Acuff and Sanders. ' Hal J. Cole, chairman of the repub lican city central committee, called the republican convention to order at 1:55 o'clock this afternoon in the Elks' temple. Ho was followed by Secretary Robert Koontz, who read the call for tho convention. In the audience when tho conven tion assembled were Judge E. M. Hcy burn and other leaders of the munici pal party, nil of whom displayed keen interest ns to the fate of their party, which will be determined by the ac tion of the convention. Many demo crats were also in the audience. In the nomination for temporary chairman, the second order of busi ness, Alonzo Murphey secured the floor and nominated Dr. John M. Sem plc, candidate of the Acuff faction of the party. Dr. Candy was next on his feet and nominated Harry Roscnhaupt, the candida...

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

THe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The press Publishing Co. SCRIPPSMcRAE PREBB BERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or $•* per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor W tardy delivery to the office. •16 Front Aye. Telephone Main 378. Poetofflce Boa 655. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. TONIGHTS AMUSEMENTS. AITDITORII'M —Miss Rac llronson In •'California." DECAYING ROYALTY. Close student." of affairs In the old world tell us that democratic ideas arc making great strides In Europe. Why not? On the one hand there is the object lesson of the t'nited States, where republicanism has shown itself to be a vital force nnd thoroughly adapted to the growth of modern civilization. On the other hand is the spectacle afforded by the dirty lives of the hereditary rulers who pose as sovereigns by divine right- With few exceptions what a sorry lot! The kaiser of Germany is...

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

MINNESOTA TEACHERS HOLD ANNUAL MEETING ''Fergus faels, Minn., April 17.— tThe members of tho Northwestern Minnesota Educational association certainly have roason to feel proud of their nnnuFl meeting begun here today. The attendance is of record breaking proportions, while the pro gram is one of the best ever prepared for a convention of the kind held In tbls state. The forenoon was given over to an Inspection of the city schools and it Was not until after luncheon that the teachers assembled at the high school (tor the opening session of tho con vention: ALL UNIONS TO AID IN BUILDING TEMPLE The committee appointed by the trades council to attend to the plans lor tho erection of a labor temple ■will not confine Its work to unions af filiated with the central body. Every union lv the city will be asked to givo its support to the promotion of the enterprise and. ns the sontl neut In labor circles Is all in favor of the project, it is expected that CORBIN GOING TO OOTLINE HIS WORK WASH...

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

GOT OFF THE HEADS OF MR. AND MRS. FAIR BAM FRANCISCO. April J7.—The bodies of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fair have been decapitated and their skulls will be used In the New York court to refute the evidence of the French men. Mas and Moratte. that Mrs. l air died tirst in the automobile accident. The bodies of Mr. nnd Mrs Fair were brought here but never burled, ns the attorneys of the Knit PStSte suspected this move of Mrs. Nelson to claim the estate. The secret of decapitation leaked put today and caused wonder among friends. Tin attorney said that cmi M'DONALD OPPOSED TO ONIONS INCORPORATING itnn McDonald, president of the American Labor Union, is bitterly op posed to the Incorporation of labor unions. He said: "If labor wants to place its head In the lion's mouth, let it Incorporate. It will find that the courts will de capitate H with neatness end dis patch. There is nothing in the world to gain by incorporation, it would cost organized labor Its very exist ence. Make a union a legal...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. TILITIOIB MA.XH 378. NO. 140. POLITICAL PARTIZANS CONFIDENT OF SUCCESS Supporters of All Candidates in Triangualr Fight Make Claims -•Old Parties Anxiously Await Action of Organized Labor. I Politically, Spokane has today re solved itself into two questions: •'Who will bo mayor?" and "Do you think the laboring men will name an independent ticket?" The first of these questions has hut one answer from the admirers of each of the three parties In Ihe race. Others who are not political wiso ncres reply to the question as did a native of the Enteral Isle who is now attached to the police force, "I think it will bo the man who gets the most votes." As for the second question, none but the labor men can answer that nnd their leaders prefer to parry the query by saying, "There Is no hurry. Wait a few days and we'll tell you." Outwardly the republicans say their Russia to Attack Constantinople. BERLIN. April 18.—The Frnnk fuerter /.eltung today ...

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

t THe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing 1 Co. SCRIPPB McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or IS 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. aid front Are. telephone Mala STB. areatoaoe BOX 5*5. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. TONIGHT S AMUSEMENTS. SPOKANE THEATER—W. H. Crane In "David Harum." The Fairbanks, who have found large profits in soap and in scales, are ftow looking for ancestry. Thus they stamp themselves as typicallly Amer ican. Ancestry-hunting, after wealth has been attained, is a favorite Amer ican pursuit And a very worthy one. In the older and more stably settled countries knowledge of ancestry Is inculcated with the milk of babyhood- Families that reside in the same community. If not literally In the same homestead, for generations and even centuries necessarily accumulate an ...

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

BUTTE 'PHONE GIRLS BATTLE WITH COMPANY Daniel McDonald, president of the 'American Labor union. passed through the city this morning on his return from the mill and lumber tsorkers' convention held at Coeur d'Alene City. He will remain over at Sand Point today to attend an enter tainment given In his honor by the three local unions. In speaking of the "hello" girls' Btrlke in Butte, Mr. McDonald said: "The girls have all walked out and the linemen have Joined them. The people of Butte are up In arms snd In Watty cases the 'phones have been thrown out on the streets. The presi dent of the company began to ship In his 'pets' from Salt Lake as soon as he found that I was out of the city. The girls telephone mc last night and .Striking Teamsters Go Back to Work. CHICAGO, April 18.—Trouble be tween the allied teaming Interests and 30.000 union teamsters was averted this morn)ng when the striking gas teamsters who went out In sympathy witli the gas works men returned to work. An ultimatum...

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