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

4 8 YEARS IN PRISON FOR WILLIAM KEEFE William Keefe was thin morning Sentenced In Judge Richardson's court to eight years In ilio penitentiary und to pay the costs of trial. Before passing s. ntenoe, Keefe hav ing previously pleaded guilty to the charge of burglary, Detective ICcDer nieit was put on the stand. The Officer testified to his first meeting With Keefe. how the defend ant had broken away from him alter being placed under arrest and his peeking shelter behind a telegraph pole. Hp attempted to discharge a revolver at the officer. hut. the weapon failing to explode the car tridge he tried to escape, hut was later captured and placed in the city Jail. The officer also exhibited to the court the weapon which the prisoner had attempted to use ami a Quantity of jewelry and other articles found in his possession. Keefe when arrested gave the name of Harrison and when placed on the ISPORTINGWORLD. Won. Lost. P.C. Seattle 10 3 760 L,oB Angeles 8 5 61D San Francisco 7 7 &U0 Spok...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 1 May 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. TEUPHOItH MAIM 375. NO. K,l. IRON MULDERS AND MILL WORKERS OUT ON STRIKE Brewers and Liverymen Sign New Scales Demanded by Work men-Contractors are Agreeing to Building Laborers' May-Day Schedule. ' nurlng the last 24 hours labor con ditions in Spokane have undergone a rapid change. While a general strike will not occur, many men In several lines of work will, in all prohahility, be Idle for sonic time to come. The uncertainty which has charac terized the local labor situation van ished with the dawn of May day. A number of the threatened wnlkouts had become realties, and several hun dred men were Idle in Spokane. Schedules of wages and hours ore annually presented by the unions to employes during the latter part of April ami replies requested before May 1. This was done In many lines of work this year, Sonic of the new Schedules were accepted, others were rejected. SI 111 others arc hanging in the balance. Where rejected the men have w...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 1 May 1903

5 TKe SpoKane Press. rublished Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tress Publishing Co. SCRIPPS-McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One rent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or It 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. «a Front nee. Telephone Main 879. Postofflce Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. LABOR AND THE MAYOR. "Had it not l>ccn for Mayor Byrne 1 would have been paying my em ployes J1.50 today for a 10-hour workday, whereas I am now paring them 12 a day for eight hours of work. The mayor positively refused from the start to sign any contracts that did not specify that the wages paid the city workmen must he 25 cents an hour, eight hours to constitute a workday."— Contractor rcter Costello. Every workingman In Spokane knows that Contractor Costello speaks the truth in the above, nnd had It not been for the determined stand taken by the mayor, every contractor ...

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

$250,000 IN BUILDING PERMITS DURING APRIL Rulldlng permits calling for the construction of almost $250,000 worth of new structures and additions with in the limits of the city of Bpokane were Issued during April by the board of public works. Of these one of the most costly buildings Is that on lot 1 of block 5 of the Beeurvey. The structure to be built by Fred Phair, agent, is to be of brick, two stories, and will cost $25,000. ( Mr*. A. E. Blake will build a $20,- --000 three-story brick building on lots KANSAS CAPITAL AWAITS ROOSEVELT TOPEKA, Kan.. May I.—President Roosevelt is scheduled to reach To peka at 8 o'clock this evening and will remain In the city 11! hours. During that time he will make two addresses, the principal one at the Auditorium this evening at the Inter national convention of the Young men's Christian association. The Tnpekn City froop will meet the president at the Santa Ec depot. Between two lines of the mounted troopers the president will cross the street fr...

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

I To Have New Quarters. After the present week the Chain-j Ixt of Commerce will he quartered on the third Boor of the Mohawk block, on RrveraMe nvenuc between Howard and Stevens street. Becre tary Monroe says that Monday will t« moving day. The reason for seeking new <|Uar- ! ters Is that mere room is necessary, if the chamber enlarges its mineral cabinet and Installs samples of the j nprloultuntl products of eastern Washington. Th< new suite will eon- I pist of four rooms. Tuerke Buys Home. The Bin Bend Land company, agent for Alice Buchanan, has sold to Carl W. Tuerke. secretary Of the Bpokane Ornamental Iron * wire Works. Jot 2 nf block ST. Cannon's addition This property is improved with s live-room house, situated on Ninth nvenuc Mr. Tuck.- Intends 10 fur ther Improve th* property and to make it his home. Tin- consideration was *If,oo. For Business Purposes Mrs. rXtram Allen, through her agents, the Hie Bend I«and company, i has mN t" foilgl Rlpoll, Hie l ast half i of lo...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY 1 Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. i TiLsraon MAza S7s. ' NO. 153. RASHER MEN TO THROW ACIIFF THEIR SUPPORT Desperate Move Is Planned in Effort to Defeat Mayor Byrne—"Boosters" Make Demonstration in an Attempt to Mislead Voters. The Indications today point to a landslide for Byrne at Tuesday's election. Byrne's strength Is develop ing In unexpected quarters and senti ment In favor of the mayor la grow ing phenomenally. The tide eet ta yesterday strongly in Byrne'a favor and will reach Its flood In what prom ises to be the biggest vote ever polled for a mayoralty candidate. Poli ticians who at first affected to regard the mayor's candidacy as a Joke are making desperate efforts to stem the tide, but Byrne talk and Byrne men are beard and seen everywhere. The real contest Is .between Byrne and Aeuff. Rasher is admittedly out of It. Ills followers are preparing to throw their entire strength at the Inst moment to Aeuff. They nre ap proaching those of the democrats who are...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 2 May 1903

The SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Preaa Publish lag Cat SCRIPPSMcRAH PRESS BERVICE. 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 cases of poor •r tardy delivery to the office. na Front Art. telephone Btaln 379. Poatofflce Boa 4, OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. MAYOR BYRNE'S RECORD. Mayor Byrne states that his record Is his platform. Mayor Byrne's record shows: The most economical and business-like administration Spokane ever rnjoyed. No Judgments In damage suits against the city. Twenty thousand dollars in outlawed delinquent taxes collected. City's bonded Indebtedness reduced for first time in history. Litigation Involving $:50.000 against city tried out for less than JSOOO. One million dollars expended in public Improvements. New enterprises of all kinds encouraged and tax rate lowered. Two years of Industrial peace, no labor dist...

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

SCOURGE OF CANCER BECOMES WIDESPREAD LONDON, May 2 —Some most Im pressive and alarming facts and fig ures, showing how widespread cancer has become, are contained In a spe cial report Just issued by the regis trar-general of marriages, births and Heaths In Ireland. Ireland lost near ly 3(10 of Its citizens through cancer la 1101, being at the rate of 6.5 per IS.OOO of the population. In County Armagh the death rate is as high a* i 0.2. •"The steady Increase in the recorded Mortality from cancer In all three portions of the United Kingdom Is very remarkable, and. In fact, all Europe tells the same tale. The mor tality Is growing year by year, In Spite of sll medical science can do. CONSTRUCTION WORK ON GREAT NORTHERN The Oreat Northern railway haa alßiit work trains working between Rlllyard and Bonnera Kerry and to day nine trains are engaged In con struction work, driving piles and hauling gravel. It Is estimated that the actual op eration of these trains per day will •xoeed $5000. ...

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

4 Big Advance Sale (or Mrs. Campbell.; Three dollars a seat docs not seem to dampen the nrrtor of Spokane's theater-going public, judging from the long line of anxious buyers that extended from the theater box office out onto the sidewalk this morning, when the sale opened for Mrs. Patrick Campbell's engagement Monday after noon and evening. Seats were taken rapidly and both houses will undoubtedly be sold out by Monday, Manager Weaver slates that the Spokane's box office will be open Sunday for the accommodation of the public. No further changes in tic plays to be given hnve been si nt to Mr. Weaver by either Mrs. Campbell or her manager, Charles Lothian, Edward Reviews the French Troops. PARIS, M»y I.—King Eld ward and President Loubet reviewed ls.ooo troops at the garrison this morning. One of the maneuvers was a furious cavalry charge, an abrupt halt being made before the reviewing stand. Afterward tlie king was tendered a reception by the municipal officials at the Hotel De VlU...

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

ONE CENT PER COPT Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. nuwwi maim m. N<K 158. SOLID LABOR VOTE IS MASSED BEHIND BYRNE A With Other Voters' Support His Re-election Tomorrow Is Assured-Acuff His Only Competitor Now-Com mittee Asks Byrne to Withdraw. ' Developments of the past 48 hours ■how conclusively that Mayor Byrne Will be reelected. His only competi tor, seriously considered. Is Mr. Aeuff. .The race has narrowed down to these two, with the odds favoring Byrne. Back of Byrne is massed the solid labor vote of the city, the small mer chants and storekeepers, a fair share of the business and professional men nnd the Independent auti machine re publicans. Hack of Aeuff Is the pro hibition vote and the Commercial club with its many ramifications. Boyd stock has depreciated consid erably within the past 24 hours. The i\Vilnon republicans are making des perate efforts to stem the tide of de feat, aided by lower Howard street. Rasher Is practically out of the race. His party Is disintegrating ...

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

t THe SpoKane Press. B*ublt»hed Every Evening Except Sunday by Tb« Trent Publishing C» SCRIPPS-McRAE PRESB SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-flve cents per month or fl per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer s favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor •r tardy delivery to the office. isle Front Aye. relephona again 375. a*ostoffioe Boa 4, OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. TOSrrOHT'B AMUSEMENTS. SPO'vANE THKATKK—Mrs. Patrick Campbell. This afternoon at 2:30, "The Joy ~f Living", tonight at S:ls, "Magda." TO UNION WORKINGMEN. The result of tomorrow's election depends upon your action. It lies Within your power to demonstrate conclusively to the world your power and Strength In Spokane. It you vbte for the candidate union labor has placed in the field, nothing can prevent yeur victory. If you follow the advice of politicians and vote along political lines, nothing can prevent your defeat. The politlclana and the political world hold you In co...

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

WORK OPON 1905 EXPOSITION STOPPED < PORTLAND, Ore., May 4.—ln de claring Its purpose to defeat by refer endum vote, if possible, the state ap propriation of $500,000 for the Lewis fend Clark exposition of 1905, the fed erated trades nssembly of Portland has dealt what now appears to be a death blow to the fair project. The directors of the fair held a conference this morning and decided to stop all work of preparation and nil expenditures of money, pending ROOSEVELT EATS WITH THE COWBOYS HUOO, Cot, May 4.—President ttoosevelt ate breakfast with a bunch of cowboys at Hugo thla morning. 3*he cowboys appeared at the station arlth a "chuck" wagon. A whole beef was roasted and added to this they had several pecks of boiled potatoes and a wash boiler full of coffee. The president's train was scheduled to stop only two minutes here. Details of Death of General Luciano. WASHINGTON, May 4.—Details of the death of General Luciano San Miguel, the L>adrone scourge, until last month of the...

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

« Goods Unlawfully Taken by Sheriff. In the esse of Schwabarher Pros A Co. against the KcCltßtock com pany nnd W. J. IHiust. Involving the taking of a certain stock of goods by the sheriff, valued nt |ZOO, the court today found that the plaintiff was the owner of the property and that it was unlawfully taken by the sheriff. Army of Strikers March to New Haven. NEW HAVEN. Conn. May 4 — Wod reached tins city this morning that an nriny ,<f New York, KeW Haven A- Hartford trackmen are marching from Harlem to compel trackmen along the route to strike. Railroad officials charge the march ers with rolling boulders on the tracks In an attempt to wreck trains, I'oliccmen and a large force of deputy sheriffs have been sent 10. meet the Invaders at the city limits. Serious trouble Is expected. To Have Pope's Portrait I ROME. May 4.—lt Is stated that the pope has consented to give sit tings for a portrait of himself, which he will present to King Edward as a memento of the hitter's visit to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 5 May 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. NO. 154. ANKENY REPUBLICANS ARE SUPPORTING BYRNE Trouble With the Wilson Faction Leads to Desertion of Boyd-Union Men Are Appearing in Every Precinct in the City. The sensational feature of the po- I littcal situation today has been the detlectlon of the liberal vote of the Ankeny branch of the republican party from Boyd to Byrne. This throw-down of the Boyd ticket Is at tributed to a determination on the part of the Ankeny republicans not to let the Wilson faction claim the credit for Boyd success in case Boyd Should be elected. It has been clear to the Ankeny people for several days that United States Marshal Charlie Hopkins, who Is the personal representative of John L. Wilson In this city, had laid his plans to claim the credit for uny re publican victory that might be gain ed, and in this way keep the Wilson machine together In Spokane. Mayor Byrne Is spending the entire day In looking after his Interests nnd he is backed up by wor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 5 May 1903

i THe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tress Publishing Co. SCRIPPS-McRAE PRESS SERVICE. On* cent per copy, six cent* per week, twenty-nve cents per month or IS per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a f.ivor by promptly reporting all cases of poor •r tardy delivery to the office. tie rront Iti. »el*phont Mela 378. Poitofflce Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. THE BIGNESS OF THE UNITED STATES. If yon would realize tlie real Immensity of tlie I'nltod States study crado illations. We talk about Billion-Dollar Congresses; now let's think about a billion dollar rommeree. Ir. tbe year ending March 31, 1903. the Imports of the United States reached a billion dollars. That is the first time Imports ever reached the billion mark. Uncle Sam is a good customer. It is a fact that Is as good a peace guarantee as a fleet of warships. Countries that arc selling us a thousand million dollars' worth of things to eat, drink, wear and use in a sing...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 5 May 1903

NATIONAL CONGRESS OF MOTHERS MEETS i. •■■ . t DETROIT, Mich., May 6.— Repre sentative women from many states are gathered In Detroit for the an nual conference of the National Con gress of Mothers. Among the visitors registered at the Cadillac today, where headquarters have been established, were numerous women of wide repu tation in the literary and educational world. The gathering will be formally opened this evening with a meeting at qsjsjvh Mayor Maybury and others deliver addresses of welcome, to which response for the visitors will be made by Mrs. Frederick Schoff of Philadelphia, president of the con gVess. The program arranged for the three Plucky Girl Clerk Outwits a Burglar. AI/TOONA, Pa., May s.—The fore thought of Miss Ruth Clark, n book keeper at Vlpond Construction com pany's office here, was the means of preventing a negro from, stealing a large sum of money. Miss Clark was alone In the offlee ■when tho negro came In and demand ed money for work done for her em ployer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 5 May 1903

RUSHING WORK ON NEW GRAVES LINE The Jay V. rjravfs company Is rushing its street railway line into the city with all speed. The north end of Washington street Is torn up for a mile or more where the laborers ore making the grade for the line. The first impression is that a trans continental lino Is building. It being suggested by the size of the rails, which arc of the same size and weight as those used by railroads. They are twice the size of the average street car rail. The ties also are large and eubetnntial. NO ARBITRATION IN THE LAUNDRY STRIKE CHICAGO, 111.. May I.—Both sides In the laundry workers' strike today refuged to submit their differences to arbitration. The strikers thereupon determined to establish co-operative laundries and immediately took stepe to secure machinery. The situation is moat acute today. San Domingo in Financial Straits. WASHINGTON. May r..—The state ' department was notified this morning that San Domingo Is In dire financial straits, it has defaulted ...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. NO. ItK. THE ARIZONA COWBOYS ' "SHOOT UP" ROOSEVELT President Enthusiastically Greeted But Loud Profanity Is Hurled at Him Because He Refuses to Leave His Bed. OTSANO CANTON, Ariz.. May fi — President Roosevelt today Is riding along the wonderful nanyon of the Colorado In company with Governor Hrodlc -of Arizona, Nichols Murray Butler and Dr. Rlxey. The party will not attempt to go to the bottom of the gorge. Tbe president got but little sleep last night. There were noisy demon strations all along the line in Arizona. At every watering tank n fusillade of shots woke up the people on the train snd loud profanity was hurled nt the president because he refused to leave GLEAN SHEETS ONLY A MEMORY IN CHICAGO CHICAGO, May B.—The Ural sign' of a bleak in the laundry workers' strike, which lias Inconvenienced a greater number of citizens than any trouble in recent years, came today when II was announced thai a number of dissatisfied small laund...

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

I TKe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Preea Publishing Co. 6CRIPPB-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 cases of poor •r tardy delivery to the office. n« rroat Aye. Telephone Mala 370. Postofßce Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. The result of yesterday's election is more complimentary to Mayor Byrne than it is to organised labor. The worklngmen, as usual, listened to the siren songs of the politicians, and voted along political lines. However, this is labor's first attempt, and the showing is one not to be ashamed of, for a change of 275 votes would have reelected Dr. Byrne, who, without question, got a majority of the union labor vote. In I* Frank Boyd organized labor will have one of Its own members In the mayoralty chair and can therefore expect that its Interests will be protected. Mr. Boyd's elec...

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

DEFRAUDED LUMBERMEN FOR NUMBER OF YEARS ' Sheriff English of Menominee, Mich., passed through Spokane yes terday having in custody T. H. Vro- Byan, .who is wanted In the Michigan lumber town on a charge of conspir acy to defraud Raber & Watson, large lumber dealers of that place. i'lie arrest of Vroman near Coed s'Alene City ends a chase across the Country by Sheriff English and brings !to a climax a sensational scheme to BefrHtrrt.' which, it Is claimed, had been going on for years. Vroman is the last of three men Charged with conspiracy. His broth er, Charles Vroman, and A. V, Free man ure now serving sentences in the penitentiary at Marquette, Mich., having been convicted last fall on Similar charges. llntli last summer A. V. Freeman trad been for years a trusted employe Of Ruber & Watson. He was a tim ber inspector and was conlidently trusted by bis employers. It Is al leged that, aided by the Vromnns, he Ottoman Bank Has Not Been Undermined CONST ANTIONPLE, May 6.—The r...

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