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

SAY STRIKE BREAKERS ARE BEING IMPORTEB Tbe striking millworkers have re- | reived as an addition tn their ranks a Union man who came from St. Loui* to work in the Spokane mills In reply to advertisements inserted in eastern papers. They are convinced, there fore, that an effort is being made to Import strike breakers, but they ex press no fear of the ultimate outcome. The strikers are keeping close watch upon the mills and state that not over one or two skilled employes , have been secured to replace ~l,i men. AGED MAN LOOKING FOR LOST RROTHER S W. EladeS, who says that for over | 80 years be has lived near ftockford , in this county, applied to Police Cap- i tain Coverly today for assistance in . finding his brother, Isaac B. Kudos, who was last heard of last October. ' It was a pathetic story which the ; old man told. He Is long haired and bug whiskered and the snows of over K0 years have elapsed since he was born in Clay county. Missouri. It was in IMI that he crossed Ihe plains ...

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. — 7 May 1903

ONE CENT PER COPT Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. numion max* aw. NO. IS6. PROVISIONS OF THE ' VENEZOELAN PROTOCOL ' "WASHINGTON, May 7.—At a con ference this morning at the Arling ton hotel between Minister Hown, rep resenting Venezuela, ami Ambassa dors Herbert and Yon Sternberg it was finally agreed that the protocol providing for a reference of the ques tion of preferential treatment to The Hague shall be signed at the British embassy at 6 o'clock this evening. Tho provisions, ns nearly as can he ascertained at this time, are as follows: Questions as to whether allies shall be entitled to preference goes to The THIS IS CHILLIEST MAY SINCE 1893 Spokane citizens felt that last night find this morning were entirely out of order on tbe Spokane calendar for .weather on May 5 and 6, because of Ihe chill wind. Weather Observer Stewart today by consulting his rec ords 111 the Empire State building, concurred with the people. Only once since 1893 has the mer tliry registered below 40 degree...

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. — 7 May 1903

TKe SpoKane Press. fabllshed Every Evening Except Sundsy by The Press Publishing CO. SCRIPPS-MeRAE PRESS SERVICE. On* rent per copy, clx rents per week, twenty-flve centa per month or $1 par year, delivered by cv rler. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all casea of poor •r tardy delivery to the office. aa« rroat At*. tTalephone stain 875. •Toetoffio* Baa 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. ONLY BUSY MEN HAVE TIME. A member of the Cleveland school council in comcmnding certain nomi nations for the public library board, said: Men who are very busy were preferred, It being the consensus of opinion that they would devote more time to the work than others. The member who said this is a woman, but the good sense is worthy t>f a man. It Is worthy of a man so busy that he has time to think. Habitual leisure Is a result, not of conditions or chance environment, but of a man's qualities and characteristics. It Is an unmistakable symptom of inherent laziness. The man...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 7 May 1903

ORDINANCE PASSED OVER MAYOR'S VETO 0* ■' 'Action was taken by tha city coun sll last night on the vacation of Math evenue near. Monroe street, the au thorisation of the purchase of a garb fcffei crematory and the granting of a franchise to the street railway com fctany to carry freight on Front ave gule. The board of public -works and the fclty engineer sent in a communica tion endorsing the plan of the Wash ington. Safe Deposit & Trust company ■did voicing the opinion that the bulld- Ibg of a retaining wall and filling In ihe' street would entail too great an expense. No discussion ensued tipon the reading of the communlca %ion nnd a motion to pass the ordi nance over the veto of the mayor was carried, all tho councllmen recording themselves In the atllrmatlve except Funk and Baldwin. The council authorised the board t>f public works to buy a Decarie plnnt for erection on the Olive street Bite at a cost of $22,500. No provis ion has yet been made for hauling the garbage to t...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 7 May 1903

SIX KILLED. BLT'EFIELD, Va, May 7—ln a cavein In tljc tunnel of the Norfolk ft Western last night near Eflieston Fix laborers were killed outright and 10 others Injured, some probably fa tally. The bodies of the dead were recovered at an early hour this morn ing. HOTEL ARRIVALS. SPOKAHE. Harry E Lewis. San Francisco; J. C. Hunt. Tom R. Roberts, S'-attlc; J. t>, Coleman, Portland; Joe Lohn, Greenville; J. A. Allen. W. I". Barrow, San Francisco; George I>. Ihadrlrk. .St. Louis, Ed T. Rice. Rot hester; Ar .thur Phillips, Erie, Pa.; W, K. Hacker, Tacoma; A. I. Davis. < <mnha: ft. E. Bankina, Denver, Col.; C D. Inglis, Wilbur. GRAND. A. If. Mathews. Kallspell; T. J. Brady, Seattle; J. A. Rockford. C'ol vilie: K. E. Ellsworth, Pa louse; P, n. Bnrgiiaidt. Chesnw: H, Htinium, La kota. N. D.; Mrs. H. Bloch. Ritzville; Dr. Rush Banks. I'nlontown; S. D. Loucks. Tacoma. CADILLAC. C. A. Pittingcr Dayton; If. J. Hart. Rosalia; George F. King, McCVok, Neb.; Cecil Olson. Walla Walla; A....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 8 May 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. rwutnon mac, m. NO. 157. A BEAUTIFUL SUMMER I RESORT FOR SPOKANE Mown Prairie Electric Railway Will Make a fine Park of 80 Acres of Land Situated Just Southeast of This City. ' The most beautiful summer and pleasure resort In the northwest Is what Spokane will have If the plans of the promoters of the Moran Prai rie Electric railway are successfully carried out. Eighty acres of land were recently purchased by the company and 60 more will, If possible, be secured for this purpose. The resort will be lo cated about seven miles southeast of the city. Tbe exnet location will not be Riven out until all tlie land necessary is secured. M. F. Mendenhall. promoter of tha road, in discussing the project, said today: "Our plans are not complete, but Prices Not Changed. While the local market has a plen tiful supply of green goods, tbe na tive growth has not yet appeared In quantities sufficient to Influence prices, which remain the same ns last we...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 8 May 1903

j THe SpoKane Press. e*Ubltshed Every Evening. Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Co. SCRIPPS-McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent par copy, six cents per week, twenty-live cents per month or IX per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all casea of poor Br tardy delivery to the office. fag Front Ars. relepbon. ggalm gyg. Foetofflce Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. SPOKANE THEATER—"Are You a Mason?" Jan Kubllck. the violinist, has Just had his left hand insured for 1:50.000. There are not many left hands worth that much money. But were Kubilek to lose his left hand or to suffer permanent disability by accident or disease it would be an end of his violin playing. The violinist gets his tones by the use of the fingers of the left hand. It Is not the right which makes the flourishes that produces the variety of Pounds It is the trained fingers of the left one which carry the violinist's Intellect and feeling to their very tips. Those s...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 8 May 1903

PLANS FOR THE GAS . COMPANTS BUILDING W. A. Aldrlch, secretary of tho, Spokane Falls Gas Light company, when asked today concerning the fiction of the council In accepting the offer of the gas company for an ex change of property at the Intersec tion of Monroe street and Riverside avenue, said: "The paasage of the ordinance over the mayor's veto was no surprise, for we considered the offer fair when we made it, and still consider it so. "We will be ready to fulfill our part of the agreement as soon as our organization is completed. "We will first build the retaining Wall, which will probably be of con crete and Is estimated to cost $7500. | Famous Man Is Dead. FORT YELLOWSTONE, Mont.. May B.—"Uncle John" Yancy, one of the moßt famous characters of the west, is dead at his home at Pleasant Valley, where ho lived for 80 years. He had entertained President Roose velt, President Arthur, liaron Roths- Child, General Sherman, Senator Vest and many others scarcely less promi nent. Death of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 8 May 1903

RIG BUILDING SEASON TEMPORARILY CHECKED I * «s* i The lending architects of the city have found that their calculations for a big building season In Spokane tern- ; porarily checked by the unsettled la bor conditions, and assert that these conditions have tied up all plans for buildings on a large scale. Buildings In course of erection have not. so far. been seriously Inter fered with, but nothing is being done ED SPENCER'S TRIAL PRORARLY MAY 20 Edward Spencer, the slayer of his sweetheart. Ella Mundt, was before Judge Richardson In the criminal de partment of the superior court this morning, expecting that the date for the commencement of his trial on a charge of murder in the first degree would be set. Attorney Nulton Nuzum appeared for Spencer. He is also Interested In the trial of August Stahlberg. charged with receiving stolen prop, erty, whose trial has been set for May IS. Another criminal case Hearing trial MILLWORKERS' DENY MAKING OVERTURES The committee in charge of the mi...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. wwLmrmon uaxk mm. NO. ISA. FATE OF MANCHURIA RESTS WITH AMERICA All Eyes in Europe Are Turned on Washington. Representing the United States In Russia. LONDON, May 9—All eyes In Bhirope are now turned towards Washington as It Is admitted that whichever side America favors In Russia's re-entry into Manchuria will be the victor. There Is considerable uneasy feel ing in Bngldnd lest the czar should succeed In convincing the United States that the occupation of Man churia will result In developing com Scheme to Combine Peanut Industry. CINCINNATI. 0., May 9— The Confectioners' Review in today's Issue Says the Michigan Underwriting com pany of Detroit is promoting a scheme to combine the peanut Indus try In America. The trust will have $4,000,000 capital and will be a New Jersey corporation. k\ will absorb IK cleaning and grad ing plants, controlling 90 per cent of the output and will regulate prices. Cupid Needs Tonic. Although this is Just ...

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

t The SpoKane Press. fubllahed Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Co. SCRIPPS-McRAE PRESS SERVICE. On* cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-live cents per month or It per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all caaea of poor •t tardy delivery to the office. ns rroat in. aTelephoae Stain 378. ►ostofflce Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. SPOKANE THEATER— Matinee and evening, "Are You a Mason?" Al'DlTOßll'M—Afternoon and evening, Rarlow Minstrels. SUICIDE OF "KID" McCOY. Tho defeat of "Kid" McCoy, the famous prize fighter, by a man whose powers had not been held in particularly high regard by members of the profession, accentuates the decline of a man who only a few years ago was regardeu as a probaale world-beater. At the age of 30 his career as a great possibility In the prize ring la darkened down to death. He lalls back from the front rank Into the long? row of "has-beens." What did It? THE THAT KILLS. Th...

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

LINE WILL VIE WITH THE NORTHERN PACIFIC The new electric line which is to f>e built from Spokane to Coeur d'Alene City will be. in tf position to Wis with the Northern Pacific for business, not only for the transporta tion of passengers, but for freight aa well. At the lake they are making every preparation for tbe success of the enterprise. The latest plan Is the building of n large dock to accommodate the line. It Is to extend out into the lake 600 feet and will have a general width of 60 feet. Where it leaves the shore it will be 90 feet wide. A decidedly novel feature will be a depot In the center of the dock, with a ticket office and two waiting rooms, text,aiding from this depot will bo a" long shed which will cover the entire central portion of the dock. ARCHITECT RELIEVES IN JAPANESE SYSTEM Speaking of the labor troubles In terfering with building plans In Spo kane I. J. Qalbraith of the Arm of Galbrulth & Jones, architects, said: "There are two sides to this ques tio...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 9 May 1903

a REALTY SALES FOR THE 6LOSING WEEK TVith the exception of three or four pieces of business property, the real estate transactions of tlie week, •losing tothty. hnve been confined to farm IM residence sales. Charles Sdnimpf, a hardware man. award* ,1 the contract durinK the week for a three story brick store building, to east 110.004). which be proposes to build in Riverside avenue near Iter nard street. M. UarUJ bought from the Pacific Plates Inveatmehl company otte-half lot on Final avenue. between Post and l.incoln streets, for ffttO. This is part ot the plot secured by Mr. aasgej as a site for the IM.tSM store building Which lie SXpCCtS to erect MEN ADVISED TO NOT CARRY WEAPONS Commissioner Root has been advis ing w« t >hm<n ami the men who have taken tho places of the men imw on strike not to form tin babll of carry ing weapons. One of his applicants insisted that lie be given j»ermi.ssion to carry a re volver and was so persistent that the Ward Makes Last Appeal to Train...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. •tmumuiMM UAXM ITB. NO. 159. GREAT NORTHERN MEN WAITING FOR VERDICT James J. Hill and Manager Ward of the Great Northern were nt tlie gen eral office building In St. Paul nearly bll day yesterday watching the wires closely for the-*epnrts from tbe va rious divisions showing the result of n straw ballot polled by the superin tendents. There was a seeming uneasiness last night among the passenger con ductors here. At least a greater por tion of them felt thut a strike was npproachlng, and they were changing off on their runa and doing every thing possible to get the men to take nnother vote and ask the general com mittee to reconsider their demands. "I will do everything In my power to prevent a strike," said Passenger Conductor Matthews, "but I won't scab." A conference with the passenger brakemen resulted In the men oppos ing a strike, but if the majority voted for one, they say they will stand by their organization. Harvester Strike Ne...

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. — 11 May 1903

J THe SpoKane Press. fubllshed Every Evening Except Sunday by The Presa Publishing Co. J SCRIPPS-McRAB PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty five cents per month or II g>*r year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor Sir tardy delivery to the office. Sic Froat Aye. relsphoae agate STS. tPostoanc* Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. PUBLIC RIGHTS OUTRAGED. It is about time that some attention was pMd by municipal authorities lo the may deserved complaints filed by Main avenue merchants. For •even weeks this street, one of the most Important in the city, has been tlosed. the public fenced off and business stagnated. The street was first torn up for water main and other improvements, then graded preparatory to paving. The concrete base has been in place for many days, and only the dilatory tactics of the asphalt trust has pre vented the completion of the paving long ngo. A proposed street car syst...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 11 May 1903

WHEAT IN WASHINGTON IDAHO AND OREGON WALLA WALLA, Wash., May 11.— "Winter wheat la looking well through • the Walla Walla valley. Spring wheat la poor and warmer weather and rain are needed. Frospeeta for hurley are fair. \ PENDLKTON, Ore.. May 11.—Fall wheat la backward, but otherwise thrifty and promising. Spring wheat! la practically all seeded with a small increase in acreage. The corn, oat and barley crops are small in this county. COLFAX, Wash., May 11.—The wheat acreage in this section of Whitman county Is about 70 per cent of that of last year and most of this Is sown with spring wheat. The season Is late and conditions arc rather poor on account of lack of rain. DAYTON, Wash.. May 11.—Only about 20 per cent of the acreage of Columbia county Is sown to whent. Telegraphic Brief*. Ottawa, Ontario.—Fire, supposed to be of Incendiary origin, yesterday afternoon destroyed hundreds of houses nnd millions of feet of lum ber. The loss Is over $500,001). John White, an ex-convict, wa...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 11 May 1903

4 DOUBLE TRACKS AND 15-MINUTE SERVICE Many improvements nre being planned for the street railway sys tem by the Washington Water Power Company for the next month and among othei things la a is-mlnute service on two lines. How soon this service will lie put into effect depends entirely upon the eastern manufactur ers, from whom tbe steel has been ordered. Broadway avenue will be double-tracked, as will also North Monroe street, and when this work Is completed the li-minute service .will be Installed on both lines. Superintendent Notbohm of the ■ company states that SCO tone of new 'steel rails have been ordered Snd are expected to arrive this month. Just bo soon as positive assurance is had that these rails can be delivered in time both Hroadway and North Mon roe will be torn up preparatory to laying the double tracks. Of the 16 new cats that were or dered by the company some time ago 10 have now arrived and. after being sttiFTV woman mm AND MANAGIR If A RANCH. SYCAMORE. 111.. May 11...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 12 May 1903

ME CENT PER COPY T*Mty-n»» Cents Per Neath. NO. 160. INVESTIGATING CAUSE OF MAX KARTER'S DEATH fctax-KVii ter, a widely known sport ing man and saloon keeper and a 'prominent Elk, died last night In a lodging house at' 823% Second ave nue, while undergoing treatment for the liquor habit. The room In which Mr. Karter died Is directly over the apartments of an electrical and mas sage Institute. Karter was being treated by Dr. G. Orlin Smith of EBO7 Baldwin avenue. Heart failure unquestionably was the primary cause of Karter's death. For a number of years he has been a drinking man. Wishing to leave oft the habit and being In poor health, he had bis wife engage Dr. O. Orlin Smith, who had been recommended to him. This was on Thursday last. The doctor visited his patient dally and Karter seemed to get better. He was feeling so well on Sunday that he left bis bed and went to bis sa loon at 108 Post street to hear a newly installed electrical piano play. While bete be became weak again S&...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 12 May 1903

t SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing C* SCRIPPSMcRAE PRE 33 SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five centa per month or SS Per year, delivered by carrier. No free coplea Subecrlbers will confer s favor by promptly reporting all cases Of poor or tardjr delivery to the office. SIS Front Aye. ' Telephone Mala STB. Postofflc. Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. A DIME FOR HONESTY- A St Louis rag peddler who found s roll of bills nnd restored them to their owner was rewarded with a cold-blooded word of thanks and the offer of 10 cents. Some people put a low estimate on honesty. It is easy for such people t« forget, If they can know, that a man who is honest is pretty apt to have fine feelings. To offer to reward an honest man for being honest Is to insult him. His honesty is not a commodity for sale or rent. Anybody with as much sense ns a door post can see this. To estimate the value of a man's honesty at 10 cents Is to be moro Insult...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 12 May 1903

28 PRISONERS FROM SPOKANE SINCE JAN. I Twenty-eight prisoners have been taken to the state penitentiary from Spokane county since the beginning Of the present year. »~ This number Is greatly In excess Of the normal. It Is now but little more than one-third of the year, yet four-fifths of the total number of prisoners Sent by Spokane during; all last year have been taken to Walla IWalla by Sheriff Doust. In lllftl Spokane sent only 37 prls Must Cease Flirting. jr» Louise Moss, colored, who says she Is an actress, was discharged In po lice court after she had been admon ished to cease flirting and keep off the thoroughfares as much as possi ble.. Tbe woman was flashily dressed and Is a good looking member of her race. Missing $20,000 Found PHILADBLPHIA, .Pa.. May 12.—A United States express package con taining $20,090. which disappeared mysteriously last Wednesday, was found In an Iron pot burled In a cel lar last night. Only $200 was miss ing. Win ism Murphy, an express messenger, ha...

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