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

VERY QUIET WEEK IN REAL ESTATE ! The week Mosln-f tndar bas been the quietest of the year in the matter ft real estate business nnd improve ments, due principal!)}- to the intense Interest taken by business men In the political conventions. S. rtoaenhSUpt'S announcement that he will shortly erect a IIS.QOO apart ment house at the corner of Mill Street and Pifth avenue Is the l>est announcement of the week The : building Is to be 90 by 100 feet three Stories in height and will contain la rooms. The congregation of All Saints' ca- Stole Rubber Coat. John Kinney, an elderly man. was eelzed by freight handlers In the Great Northern depot at an early hour this morning and held until the po- ! lice patrol wagon could arrive and • take htm to the police station. Kin- j ncy was Caught stealing a rubber 1 coat of the estimated value of 25 j cents, but it was the belief of those ! who caught him that he intended to ! steal everything in sight in the way of overcoats and discarded wraps. At...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 20 April 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. klbwom ma 37a. NO. 141. BYRNE WILL MAKE RACE AS LABOR CANDIDATE A ■' , Agrees to Run for Mayor Providing a Sufficient Number of Union Men Sign Petition Requesting It-Makes a Four-Cornered Race. Mayor Byrne today announced that he would be an Independent candidate for mayor nt the request of organized labor providing that a sufficient num t>er of the members of labor unions signed petitions asking him to make the race. . The labor leaders have been very Insistent In their urging, stating that none of the candidates named by the three parties are satisfactory and that labor will only be content with one who has been tried in the past und not found wanting. Accordingly this morning men rep resenting various labor organizations 30,000 Locked Out of Reading Collieries. MATIONKY CITT, Pa., April 20.— 'As a sequel to the men's refusal to work nine hours Inst Saturday a lockout was this morning; Inaugurated nt the Philadelphia & Reading ...

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

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 $J 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. gIS Front in. Telephone Mala 378. Poetoßo* Boa 656. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. PUNISHMENT FOR WEARING SONG BIRDS. A Boston professor Is reported to have said that women who wear Bong birds on their hats will never go to heaven. This is putting it rather strongly, particularly as applied to the ultra vain woman with whom a bird on the hat is heaven itself. It is poor philosophy, for if the woman by merely wearing a bird on her hat denies herself all hope of heaven, there is no restraining influence left to prevent her going on through the whole gamut of sins. It is poor theology, for the best authorities in this still somewhat occult acieuce agree upon one...

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

PORTLAND'S COMBINE TO DOWN UNIONISM ml i.* »• a i . w y All of the mlllowners in Portland have joined the master painters and builders' combine for the purpose of defeating the demands of organized labor and publicly announce that It Is a war of extermination. ' The method of procedure is for the members of the employers' associa tion, consisting of the wholesalers and manufacturers, to refuse to sell to nny builder or retailer employing anion labor, and as fast as workmen BALDWIN RECOMMENDS DE CAREY CREMATORY It Is anticipated that Councilman Fred Baldwin, who recently returned from a trip cast, will report on his Visits to crematories In different Cities to the finance committee of the city council this afternoon, and that he will recommend the purchase of tlte plant made by the De Carey com pany of Minneapolis. Miss Eleanor Cowley to Wed James Smyth. Announcement was road In tho Catholic church yesterday of the ap proaching marriage of Miss Eleanor B. Cowley to Mr. James Smyth, w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 20 April 1903

4 RAILWAY OFFICES WILL MOVE TO NORTHPORT There Is no longer an doubt con cerning the moving of the Spokane Falls <s.- Northern general offices from Bpokane to Northport as Drat un- Xiounccd by The Press. R. C. Morgan, the newly appointed Superintendent, just returned from a trip to Northport. where he was look ing over the depot nt that point with a view of having a portion of It made Into offices for the roadmastcrs. An other building has been selected for II the offices Of the various departments and the transfer of the S. F. &- N. • offices will be made within a month, i or ns soon as the building at North port is put in shape. Superintendent Morgan has already made some changes In the operation of the trains on the Marcus-Republic line and more will follow with a view of reducing the operating expenses. Mr. Morgan is of the Hill school and is a shrewd railway msn. The Spokane Falls Northern rail way will establish a train dispatcher's Railway Personals. A. Stewart, divisi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 21 April 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. TimioMi maim an. NO. 142. THOUSAND SIGNATURES ON BYRNE'S PETITION Members of the labor trades of this City and the other admirers of Mayor Byrne are jubilant over the fact that he has announced his Intention to make the race for mayor. The peti tion, which has been circulated In ills' behalf among the labor unions Is be ing signed generally, and it was said tdflay that more than 1000 signatures have been received. The labor leaders are confident that Mayor Byrne will be chosen to succeed himself. Ha. they say, Is the only man-thus far nominated who has always been Openly in favor of organized labor, and who has never flinched when It come to a "show down" as to whether he favored unionism or feared powers who were opposed to unionism. Few In the Hospitals. Will James, the elevator boy who was badly Injured three weeks ago In the lllalock block owing to his losing control of the cage, was re leased from the Sacred Heart hospital today. H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 21 April 1903

I 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 $3 per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor gr tardy delivery to the office. gie Front Aye. telephone Mala 375. foetoffioe Bos 555. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. SPOKANE THEATER—Rose Coglil.in In 'The Second Mrs. Tamiue ray." THE OLD-FASHIONED ALMANAC VINDICATED. The world Is threatened with loss of one of its most fruitful sources of hilarity. If William Dlgby, C. f, E . etc . Is pood nuthorlty. the weather man is to be transformed into a prophet to be taken seriously. Dlgby claims to have discovered the secret of the weather —that secret Which has baffled all the philosopher* from Hipparchus to the present Astron omer Royal. Dlgby la an English scientist with a string of titles a yard long, and is Hot to be sneezed at. Meteorolog...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 21 April 1903

DRUNKEN INDIANS ANNOYING CITIZENS llesi.ients of West (.Jrove addition, that part of the city west of Hang man creek from as far south as the high trestle to as far north as Fair mount cemetery, are complaining to the city officials against almost dally annoyance by drunken Indians. Constable Jones, the colored official In that part of the city. Is already out for the appointment as special policeman to look after the Interests of the residents beyond the creek. Chief of PolfOS ileddy has taken the matter up. but as yet has made no recommendations. So far the patrol Wagon has been able to bring in the chief offenders after receiving tele NEW WITNESS FOUND IN FIGHT FUR MILLIONS IN nIA N A POT, 13, April 21.—Paul Piquet, United States consular at tache from Paris, who accompanied young MosCs Fowler from France here, is tlie mini who had official charge of the consular Investigations' Into tiie death of Charles Fair and his wire. He says that file attempt to prove by the skulls that th...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 21 April 1903

4 OLAF LOND OPENS SOCIALIST CAMPAIGN Olaf Lund, physically the biggest | hotel man and liquor dealer in town. Opened the socialist campaign from n dry goods box at the corner of Riverside avenue and Stevens street last night. Mr. Lund Said today: "I thought ' it was time for the socialists to open their campaign, so i went down to Riverside avenue nnd Stevens street nnd opened It on my own account. If my voice comes pack in time. I shall j resume the campaign this evening.** In his remarks, which were heard ■ Tby a crowd varying from M to 200 J people. Mr. l.und said: "There are ■ two great rlasses In America —the laboring class, who produce the wealth, and the capitalist class, who reap tho benefit of the wealth that Is produced. Government statistics Telegraphic Briefs. St. Paul.—<lreat Northern official! have refused to treat with the con ductors and trainmen's union regard ing extra pay for employee on double headers or t" abolish running them. Cinnabar, .Mont. —President Roo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 April 1903

ONE CENT PER COPT Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. nzMwupn main btb. NO. 143. SANDERS IS ELECTED REPUBLICAN CHAIRMAN At a meeting of the republican Bit* contraß committee in lite council chamber of the city hall tills after noon Ed Sanders was selected chair man for the next two years. The gift is said to be a salve for the Injuries given ill. Sanders by throwing him down In the republican convention when he practically had tin* mayor alty nomination in his hand, The committee appointed a com- of three to select campaign headquarters, and this committee is to report at a meeting to be held in the law office of Judge Al. T. Hart Son tomorrow night. Dr. John Wilson, ex-senator, ar rived In the city today, it is rumored for the purpose of visiting a patient in the person of the republican party of Spokane. The senator stated to a reporter for The Press that he was merely hero on a two days' pleasure trip. Anyway, his arrival is timely for tho election of a chairman of the central committee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 April 1903

t TKe SpoKane Press. Published Bvery Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Co. SCRIPPS McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One oent 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 er tardy delivery to the office. •is Proa*. At*. Telephone Mala 375. Pestofßo* Bos ASS, OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. AUDITORIUM THEATER—Lecture b) Captain Richmond P. Hobson. DEATH BLOW TO TRUSTS. At last It has boon demonstrated what the law may do to tho trusts. if the northern Securities decision Is sustained by the siiprsme court biiH ,{.>.••« into effect, there will be no need <■£ "publicity" or any of the other fanciful proposed remedies. The unanimous concurrence of the four able Judges Rives the decision Momentous weight. The law must be good and the principle sound to receive such endorsement. It seems all but Impossible that the opinion of four of the ablest Judges on the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 April 1903

PROSPERITY REIGNS IN THE BUFFALO HUMP "Living la cheaper at Buffalo Hump than It is In Arkansas." said Oeorge Cooper, a Buffalo Hump assayer and mining expert, who has Just return ed from a Hying trip to Arkansas, Where he went' to expert a mining proposition in which Spokane capital ists were Interested. "In the Buffalo Hump country a man can live comfortably on $1 per day. This is the more remarkable for the reason that the Hump country Is the greatest gold mining district In Idaho, and snow Is on the ground from November to midsummer. "The Buffalo Hump country Is en tering on Its best year. There are 600 people in tiie district now, prob- I |*l)ly 20 of them being women, nnd In the town are three stores, ten sa loons and hotels —enabling the people to enjoy all the necessities and many Of-tfio luxuries of civilization. "There aro at least six big mines \ in the country now, with tho pros > pect that development will make at least as many more. These are the Big Buffalo, the Cr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 April 1903

« "DOG-MAN" PRESTON'S TOUCHING FAREWELL C. O. Froston, lie or the btkekakln Stilt nnd a habit Of taking other pen- 1 pie's canines and caring for them, was taken to the insane asylum at Medical Lake tills morning by Deputy Sheriff l'ugh. Before starting on his jour ney to the "bug house." as he called it. Preston discarded his bather garb find put on citizens' clothes. ,\s a "On a Slow Train Through Arkansaw." Such Is the title or a little beok of funny stories and Jokes heard on a railway train, written by Thomas W. Jackson, a brake man on the O, R. A N., running between Pendleton and Spokane. The book contains hundreds of yarns, puns nnd amusing Incidents, Glass Workers Will Organize Union. An attempt will be made Sunday afternoon by Organizer T. S. Hes kttt of the American Federation of Labor to unionize all the glasswork crs of the city. A meeting has been calbd for that purpose at Central Labor hall at 1:30 o'clock. The union, if formed, will include glass Cutters, bevelers and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 23 April 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. tbijbp_o-_ ma— sto. NO. 144. BRITISH MASSACRED BY MAD MULLAH'S FORCES LONDON, April 23.—An Aden dis patch says that a skirmish with heavy casualties occurred at Nnyi lodjs,. 40 miles from Silado, Somali land, between the British forces nnd the natives. The British loss Is placed at 200 men and 10 officers kill ed. Somalia' loss Is unknown. The war office confirms the report. Tho fight occurred April 17. The enemy attacked a small reconnotter ing party nnd 200 natives with two maxims under Colonel Plunkett, sent out to reinforce them. They encoun tered on overwhelming force of the 1 enemy, consisting of cavalry and In fantry. The enemy attacked Plunkett In the open, lighting at close quarters. Plun kett continued fighting until his am Wardner's New Mine. J. F. Wardner, well known founder Ttt Wardner, Idaho, and later of ,\Vardner, B. C, Is spending a few days in Spokane. He has been on a trip to San Frnn fclsco to purchase machinery for ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 23 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 Is 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. CIS Proa* Awe. Telephone Stein STB. Postoaoe Sex ess. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. THE AI T DI TORI I'M—"The Fatal Wedding." A PROMISE OF MARRIAGE. There Is no dodging the fnet that marriage Is a popular Institution, and that the confirmed bachelor la considerably less than a lUO per cent man In the public's estimation. Why. Mayor Hayes of Baltimore is out gunning for votes with a blank marriage license In his breast pocket. His single blessedness or cussedness la actually an issue. The people believe that a married mayor would be better than an unmarried one. "Elect me," says Mayor Hayes, "and I'll wed—if I can get a girl to have me." That doesn't sound li...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 23 April 1903

BRITISH COLUMBIA MINES AND MINING X.ARSRAT7 MJTCJTO SXTZSZOJr. NELSON, B. C, April 23.—At the fhhcl mine the working force has been cut down to Aye men, who are busily engaged driving a long cross cut In hard rook. The tunnel In now In 260 feet and within the next 100 feet the ore body, showing 30 feet on the to be tapped. A strike of 22 inches of shipping ore was made last week on the Horse Shoe property near Trout Lake. The property was recently acquired under Hond .by L. Moyer, who Immediately tlommenced work with a force of 12 men. The. Horse Shoe adjoins the XdMMr Hoy, which also has a force of*!*n at work. The new strike of ore resembles that of the Lucky Boy. The Silver Cup people have let con tract to B. C. Rlblet of Nelson, B. C. for a fpur-mlle tramway to connect with tit* lower terminal of the pres ent tramway and to run from there to a point on Trout lake. Now tho ore is teamed to Trout lake and thence by steamer and rail to the smelters. k FISH RIVER CAMP, LARUE ATT. Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 23 April 1903

« LOCAL SHINGLE MILLS WILL NOT SHOT DOWN '«*...! - " • V. F. Cartior Van Dissel. manager of the Sawmill Phoenix, emphatically stated this morning thr.t the story sent out by the sawmill men of Port land to the effect that the demand for lumber In the east is so great that the mill mm can well afford to refuse to sell lumber to Portland contractors employing union men Is absolutely without foundation. Mr. Van DisSCl slat's that the demand for lumber In the east is good, but It Is also good in the west, or at hast In the Spokane market and the same is like ly true of the Portland market. STRIKE MAY LEWIS & PORTLAND, Ore, April 23.—The strike has assumed such proportions as to threaten the existence of the Lewis and dark fair. Labor claims 4o be able to accomplish thl* through the use of the referendum. The lead ers say that, while they would lie very much averse to adopting such Strenuous measures, yet they may feel compelled to do so If the combine between the mill men and tiie M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 24 April 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. nmumnm mabi m. NO. 145. REPUBLICANS TO RAISE A BIG CAMPAIGN FUND Fiiance Committee Begins Its Work This Afternoon to Make the Amount a Record Breaker-Byrne Petitions Coming in Well Filled. "Pmtgh Bag No. I" la to be col lected by the finance committee of the republican party Immediately. Chairman of the City Central Com mittee Ed Sanders "called a meeting of the finance committee to meet at tho* courthouse this afternoon at I o'clock. At that time the business of the campaign fund will be gone into in detail—the matter of raising the fund, of touching off different concerns and different people to the tiest advantage, and the best methods for compelling the friends of the party to advance the "dough." This yenr's bag, according to people prom inent in the party, is to be a record breaker. It was rumored on what seems Skinner Held Up by Lone Highwayman. H. J. Skinner, a contractor and builder, was held up early last eve ning while en rou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 24 April 1903

The SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Co. SCRIPPSMcRAE PRESB SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or It jtt year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all casea of poor *r tardy delivery to the office. as rrewt at*. relephone Mala 375. Foetoface Boa 550. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. SPOKANE THEATER—Effie Ellsler in "When Knighthood Was In Flower " THE AI'DITORII'M—"The Fatal Wedding." SOOTH OLD AGE OF POORLY-PAID MINISTERS. A Methodist conference has sought to make more adequate provision for the mods of aged clergymen and their wives or widows. It Is a move ment that must appeal to universal sympathy. A more faithful, patient, persevering and at the same time underpaid Class of Intelligent, capable men could hardly be found. What is true of the Methodist clergy Is very largely true of all Protestant clergymen. We pay liberally for our pleasures, but preci...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 24 April 1903

IRRIGATION PROGRESS IN SPOKANE VALLEY / "We have a large force of men de fVcloping a new part of the Spokane Bailey, between Hauser Junction and ftathdrura," Said W. 1,. Benham, pres ident of the Spokane Valley Land & iJYater company, yesterday, i j By developing Mr. Benham meant that his company, which iS-fthc Spo kane Valley Irrigation company, Is •pening a lot of neß Irrigation ditches. The tract being opened is toeing planted in alfalfa and small fruits. A nftmber of new orchards Rave also been set out. "One of the Bhow spots on our Ir rigation project is 10 miles east of the city, where the alfalfa fields aro In fine condition, and where orchards Were planted a year ago. The entire landscape Is being turned into a plain *f great fertility. Nothing is prettier to my mind than a growing field of alfalfa, and a trip to this part of the Valley should he worth anyone's time. "A 10-acre tract of properly culti vated irrigated land In the Spokane valley is better than 160 acres po...

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