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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 12 May 1903

4 CANNOT AGREE UPON ARBITRATION HOARD Tbr sttikinp building laborers re •«M\ed a enmmnnication Inst ntaht from the r Builders" uasocia- j iiu i siatinn that the plan of the la • mere for the organisation of an nr frltration boar,l would bt ai y. I't*'d, but that the plasterers helpers 'must be Included in tlie aj-bitraTlnn rfgret - §>h nt. The latter clause threatens to *% t rthrow all arbitration negotia tions. The union claims that tbe plasterers' helpers are already receiv ing .the s» .ib* aaked and cormequently •dtoajd not be Included in the afbttra* Will Not Rase Price of Shaves. Until the barbers' union nnd the journeymen barbers decided nt their me. lings lost night not to raise the price of haircuts and not to put a price upon a neck shave. Shaves will t>. 1 .'* cents and harrtaftS -5 cents as of yore with an occasional neck shave thrown in. 'Phis is welcome news to the man Who can't shave himself and a sad; blow to the denier In safety rarors. j There was a derided in...

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. — 13 May 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. TmrKOii MAni era. NO. 161. CHICAGO THREATENED 1 WITH GENERAL TIE UP Thirty Thousand Teamsters Offer to Join in Movement Against the Employers' Association-25,000 Workers are Now Out. ' CHICAGO, May 13.—Labor leadera Interested in the strike of the colored waiters employed in the Kohlsaat restaurants declared today they will tie up the whole olty before they will allow the waiters to lose. The threat la due to the assertion of the employers' association. The employers claim they will force union labor out of all hotels and res CHIEF E. M. WOYDT IS INDUCTED INTO OFFICE E. M. Woydt was sworn In as chief of police at noon today by the city clerk. At the same, time Allen F. Gill, the new elty engineer, took the oath of ofllee. Only the employes of the clerk's office were present. Immediately after taking ofllee Mr. Woydt went down stairs and was in ducted by Captain Coverly Into the mysteries of the ofllee. He shook hands with the members of...

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. — 13 May 1903

j t TKe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Co. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or ft per rear, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor Sr tardy delivery to the office. •16 Front in. felcphon. Main 379. Vostofflce Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. A Plea for the Boy. The loncsomost luiman creature In the world Is a boy. In the life of today he Is allowed, like Topsy. to "Just grow." True, be Is given the switch as often ns he deserves It, and maybe oftcner, and he is "corrected" a good deal more than Is good for him. but aside from those Interferences he is left pretty free to solve in his own way the mysteries of the existence that whirls about him and of which he is so unimportant a part. Everything is done for the entertainment and the embellishment of the girl. Her doll Is inseparable from her handstand heart. She has her little parties real...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 13 May 1903

EDWARD INSPECTS THE BLACK WATCH ' ■TMffBT.TftOH, May IS.—The aecond Bay of King Edward's visit to the Scottish metropolis waa a buay one,' beginning at 10 o'clock this morning tyrtth an inspection of the Black fJA'atch In Dalkeith park and ending git a late hour In the afternoon with the formal opening of a new hospital git Collnton. After tho Inspection of the Black Watch and the' presentation Of Kouyi African medals to the offi BEAUTIFUL BRIDAL COSTUME. This very modish bridal gown of Ivory white crepe do chine Is trimmed .with duchesse lace and orange blos- Boms. Ivory white suede gloves meet the elbow sleeves. The veil Is of Show by Home Talent. Next Tuesday at the Auditorium Is the day and place for the "lluskln' Bee." The retutl clerks are receiving; the most hearty support. George It. fDodxon has donated an elaborate solid gold watch chain and foil to be Riven the clerk selling the greatest number pf tickets. This afternoon considerable atten tion was attracted to the unique ...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 13 May 1903

# SPORTING WORLD. * Won. Dost. P.C. Seattle 17 7 708 Dos Angeles 15 8 €52 Butte 14 11 BfiO Spokane 13 11 642 San Francisco 10 14 417 Tacoma 9 14 391 Helena 9 15 37* Portland • II 341 Eighteen hundred people taw the Montana Senators clean up the Blues to the tune of 7 to 11 at Natatorium park yesterday. It was the first day of the home Benson when the players couldn't say "It was too rold, or too windy, to see us do our best work." t'p to the close of the sixth Inning the game was fine and dandy from the spectator's point of view, the score being 4 to 4. Then came the seventh inning and the Blues went wrong, despite the most Violent objections of Father Gus Klopf to the umpire, and the general scolding of the home team by the fans. The end of tbe game showed seven runs in have been made, leaving the BCOred tied up by the miserable condition of 11 for Helena and 4 for the home players. Kverybody felt bad-—even the new umpire, who didn't know whether he was officiating at a bull game o...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 14 May 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. TBMnon KAnr 878. NO. 162. ALLEGED VICTIM OF HAWKE IS ARRESTED Police Claim Man Accused of Conspiracy Was Trying to Get Harry Ortman Out of the Country-Trial Is On Today. I ' Harry Ortman, the Sucker lake j rancher who la Bald to have been I brought to this city In a drunken ' Condition by H. W. Hawke In the I early part of April, and who, It Is ■ alleged, was frightened by Hawke Into signing over all of his property, fell Into the hands of Hawke again last night and was locked In the city Jail to prevent a supposed attempt of Hawke to get him out of the coun . try. The case against Hawke, who was bound over to the superior court on the charge of attempting to de fraud Ortman out of his property, Was called In the higher court today, j Ortman and Hawke were "spotted together by Officer Tom Herndon last | night. Herndon suspected that some AMATEUR BARBERS SHEARING VICTIMS Siecutloner—"Does It pain you? Long haired men and men whose raaora...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 14 May 1903

5 TKe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tress Publishing Co. SCRIPPSMcRAE PRESS BERVICE. One cent per copy, six 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 •r tardy delivery to the office. IM Proat ATS. Telephone Halo 375. Fostofflce Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. A 1 'DITORTI "M—"Resurrection." It Is a Worthy Ambition. The Springfield Republican, close In President Roosevelt's confidence, Is Source of the interesting information that after the president has served the second term, which he desires and expects to be given him, he would like to he president of Harvard. it Is a worthy ambition, and the American people in general would be more than glad to see him succeed in it. There Is no question as to his capabilities. As the leading citizen of the republic he represents in himself and his own career what Is, or ought to be, the highes...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 14 May 1903

CHEATS THE INDIANS OUT OF $10,000 RANCH le " -- f The presence in Spokane of *Red" ("leering, a grizzled old pioneer, means that that auburn Individual will soon lie the center of activity hi the story telling business. A reporter encoun tered "Red" last night. "Red." by the way, took to wife tin Indian squaw in the early days, •aid In consequence he Is termed In .Western parlance a "squaw man." Be tween "smiles" last night "Red" told O story of an Ingenious and original Way of Increasing the bounds of a ranch without having to fight the ' given hostile Indians. "Way back In the days when I was S/oung and handsome," he commenced, 'T used to visit a friend who lived Hlong the banks of the Slmilkameon river in British Columbia. He was a Kquaw man and I'll not tell his name •cause he's hitched to a white woman How. He had settled on a piece of land of about 40 acres which lay next to an Indian graveyard. This bone yard of the redskins embraced an area of about 100 acres of the very bes...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 14 May 1903

SPORTING WORLD. ONE OF THE DEAD ones TBBTERDAT. Won. Lost. P.O. Seattle IS 7 720 Los Angeles 16 8 666 Butte 14 12 538 Bpokane 13 12 620 Tacoma 10 14 417 Helena 10 15 400 San Francisco 10 15 4(0 Portland 8 16 333 "What are yon fellows, haski t ball players or golfers?'' remarked Captain Gus Klopf to his band of ChUmplona In the clubhouse after the game yes terday. "What's the matter with your batting lamps" You boys go after the ball like a lot of old women shooing chickens. Aren't you afraid you'll sprain your backs? There Is only one tiling worse than your play ing and 1 11 be blamed If I haven't forgotten what it is. "It was pathetic to see Umpire Cody trying to ginger you fellows up with favorable decisions. As for you, Dajnmann, I wish you had been with the Cheney team for the day instead of here. "You lobbed the ball over to an accompaniment from the dead march, and when you did manage to locate the plate the senators put It in the river. - "As for the rest of you fellows, with...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. tbubphobte maw are. NO. IG3. NEW MAYOR'S INAUGURAL ROASTS THE DEMOCRATS The new council for 1903-1904: FresldenWFrederiok E. Baldwin. Judiciary and legislation—Hand, fioollttle, Xtindaley. Finance—Pratt, Funk, Foster, J. H. Boyd, .Bnrch. Xdcense, health, police—Punk, 800- Uttle, Pearson. Streets, public buildings—Bnrch, ■and, Boyd. Fire, water, sewer—Pearson, Foo ter, Xiindsley. In the council chamber at 10 o'clock today the old council went out and the new council was seated. Leonard Fund served as temporary chairman of the new council. The first business was to select the president for the coming year, and Frederick Baldwin was nominated by N. S. Tratt. Councilman. J. E. Foster, re publican, moved that the selection be made unanimous and his motion car ried. N. S. Pratt was unanimously chosen for vice president. On motion of E. W. Hand the first and third Tuesday nights of each month were chosen as the meeting Bights of the council. T...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 15 May 1903

t TKe SpoKane Press. fabll.hed Every Evening Except Sunday by The Preee Publishing Co. On. cent per copy, clx cents per week, twenty-five cent, per month or II g>er year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will conf.r a favor fey promptly reporting all cases of poor •r tardy delivery to the office. •IS Front Ats. V.lapkoae ataln STB. foetoSce Bos 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. ACl>lTOßlCM—"Resurrection." The Crisis in the Far East. How Russia must ho aching to maintain the peace of the world. Here, after tlie far-faßMd peace conference at The Hague and protestations of Intense regard for the establishment of a perennial status quo among the (nations, after dispelling ominous war clouds In the far east by a pro- Bunrlamento of good Intentions regarding China as a whole, and Manchuria |r- specialty, even after beginning the evaculatlon of that garden spot of Asia. Russia, true to her history of promises disregarded and pledges unful filled, throws aside the dove disgulso...

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

BOASTS RICH MINES AND FARMING LANDS I. W. Meßrlde, owner of the Bol ster townslte on Myers creek, Colvllle reservation, is In the city and speaks very highly of the prospects of those parts for the coming summer. Mr. Mcltrlde said: "I see no reason why Bolster should not come to the front this sea son. We have mines of all descrip tions and Myers creek waters some of the best farming land on the res ervation. The bunchgrass of our sec tion is famous for its nutritious prop erties and those who have gone Into the cattle business have mado a suc cess. Of course, most of the best 25 CARS OF HORSES DEAD ON SIDETRACK Twenty-five cars of horses are on (the Great Northern sidetrack at Kal- Ispell. Mont., moat of them dead from poison. The animals were loaded at Kphrata yesterday afternoon, and when the train was stopped at Kalis- MAIM 1.000 LONDON, May 15.—Newspapers here are constantly receiving fresh details of the massacre of the Jews at Kishlneff, Russia. They add fresh horrors and atr...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 15 May 1903

f SOUVENIR The vase which will constitute n portion of the souvenir Impended for . .President Roosevelt has been shipped and is expected to arrive tn Spokane today. The whole souvenir, composed Of a vase and goblets of various elics. Is the product of the united Dialog Marble company of Valley. AVash. They are turned out of preen Jjnarble and sfterward polished to the highest degree. A handsome mahognny case for the Souvenir is being made by the Cen tral Cabinet company. AVhen tlie souvenir Is complete it will be ex hibited for several days In the win dows of the Whitehouse Dry <; is gompany. Secretary Munroe of the general committee on arrangements reports that the Canadians are taking an active interest In the president's visit to the northwest, invitations have been sent to mayors end prominent Citizens of a number of towns In British Columbia and they are being generally flci epted. Two Plead Guilty. Two prison* rs who had entered Weas of not guilty before Judge Richardson to...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 16 May 1903

ONE CENT PER COPT Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. tmnon mn 878. ARBITRATORS DECIDE AGAINST GAS WORKERS The board of arbitration aummoncd fciy State Labor Commissioner Blnck man to settle the gasworkers' strike has decided practically against the striking gasworkcrs, refusing to recognize their rights as a union. The derision, however, Is in favor of the plumbers and teamsters. The taking of testlrnony was concluded at 6 o'clock last evening nnd the decision was delivered at 12 o'clock today. The decision Is quite lengthy, going Into the history of the gas company's troubles from 1899 to the present time. In brief It finds: That the difficulty Involves the gag company, the drivers', gasworlcera' and plumbers' Unions. The trouble with the drivers' union started In H99 upon the organization of that union. The driver of the gas j company refused to Join the union I nnd the matter was dropped to be re vived when the gasworkers struck ; about one year ago. The latter, eight In number, organi...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 16 May 1903

1 The Spokane rress. fuMlshed SVef> ftvenlhg Except Sunday t? tfhe tirst Publlsbifif BCRIPP3 McRAE PRESS SERVICE, ty]Li* T ¥B' *i* v * nt * p * r w ***' twenty-five cents per month « H P>r yea*, delivered By cattler. No free copies. CuMcribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all caeca of poor »JW d<dj>afjr th* Qfhce. ■a front Aye. raisphons Stain 97a. frostofflct Bod *. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. AUPTTORITJM— "Resurrect lop." tups Preferred to Children. Someone with a turn for curious statistics kept counr upon tlie fashion pageantry of Fifth avenue. New York, as it glittered by, last Sunday arter tioon. and 1h an hour he recorded 71 dogs on the laps of finely-dressed women •lal In the same time 19 children. Well, what of It? Tills Is a free If a woman prefers to be a mother to a dog rather than to a child, what is there to prevent It? The cold, hard, brutal truth of the matter is that a whole lot of women are better fitted to bring up dogs than they are to bring up ...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 16 May 1903

ANOTHER MARBLE QUARRYING COMPANY ' 'Another large marble quarrying End manufacturing company is about ready to put In a plant on Kettle river *6ar Bossburg on the Washington & Great Nort'iern railroad, according to Fleetwood Ward, a mining man. With interests near Bossburg, who Is liow In Spokane. Mr. Ward stated that the company Is capitalised at $250,000 and Is pro moted by the president of the Amerl- Ban8 an Marble Men's association, who [Yes In Dcs Moines, la. Said Ward: December and May Figure In Divorce. Today was divorce docket day with Judge Kennan In the equity division Of the superior court. Five matrl- Xttonlal knots had been severed by the middle of the afternoon, one of them botng a case ol "December and May," but not the mlsmatlng of age as Suggested by the poet. Minnie Bovoy and Albert Leonard Were married In Spokane laat Decem ber; May Minds her a free woman. Through Attorney Dei Cary Smith she showed the court that because Of cruelty, consisting of abuse and fal...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 16 May 1903

A BIG FRUIT CROP IN PALOUSE COUNTRY ' ll ,t. Shift, the well known fruit Jbd commission merchant, returned yesterday from the Falouse country, 9rheTc lie had been spending the week Investigating the prospects for the flowing fruit crop. In speaking of this years irop prospects Mr. Shlnn Said today: "I found conditions favorable for It good full frop In the Bnake river galley. In some lines the growers anticipate a record year, "In the L, wlston country the Indi cations are that the strawberry crop Is going to be the biggest on record. Similar reports of an exceptionally heavy berry yield come to me from Brief Bits of News. Henry Hawke was Convicted yes terday of defrauding Harry Ortman out of his farm. 'Die Jury was out 10 minutes Sentence will be pro nounced mxt Wednesday, The trustee?, pliysicians and su perintendent of St. Luke's hospital Brat last night and after a few minor' changes approved the plans for the j hew hospital building. Aaron Kuhn ' Was elected a director to fill ...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. vwuanomm mact its. NO. 165. WATELET, BON VIVANT, AMONG THE MISSING Mining Engineer and Distinguished Frenchman Disappears After a Suit Charging Fraud Is Brought Against Him. ' V. Watelet, mining engineer, dis tinguished Frenchman," bon vlvnnt and star boarder at the Hotel Spo kane, has disappeared—and thereby hangs a tale that will Interest more than one member of Spokane's smart Bet. The disappearance took place be tween last Wednesday and Friday— just prior to th* filing of a suit at the Courthouse Charging M. Wutelet with obtaining 14000 from J. E. Car nahan by fraud. The dry legal papers were of little Interest, beyond Baying that the plaintiff advanced 14000 to the de fendant on the false representation, that a diamond drill had been sunk 181 feel in the mine of the Colville Group Mining company. Stevens coun ty, and had disclosed a four-foot vein of rich galena ore. NEW RAILROAD WILL BOOM SIMILKAMEEN "Similkameen" Bailey, founder ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 18 May 1903

t The SpoKane Press. Published Bvery Evening Kxcept Sunday by The Tress Publishing CO. SCRIPPS-McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, etx oento per week, twenty five cents per month or $1 Per year, delivered by carrier. No free copios. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor Or tardy delivery to the office. US front Are. Telephone Ksla 378. roetofdee Bos 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Injustice to the Firemen. It is to be hoped that the city authorities will not pass the proposed resolution governing xho salaries paid to employes of the fire department. Ss It will work a real-hardship upon the men and make It si 111 more difficult to obtain competent firemen. The proposed arrangement Increases the pay of tho chief from t125 to $175. $25 more per month than the chief of police will received under the new law. It raises the salary of the assistant chief from $100 to $125. of the electrician from $90 to $115, of the secretary from $80 to $100, of the captains ...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 18 May 1903

WOMAN CHARGED WITH POISONING HUSBAND COVINGTON. Ind., May 18—Mrs. Kirn Ira Drake was arraigned for trial today on a charge of having poisoned her husband, Robert Drake, last fall. Mrs. Drake lived on a well-stocked farm near this place and became ae ejatnted with her future husband through a matrimonial advertisement. It is said that after their marriage there were numerous quarrels between the two because of the desire of the ttsks Puzzling Question An Interested reader has sent In tbe following communication, which Is printed in the hope that some one can supply the Information desired: "Editor Press: Was W. J. Bryan's father one of the rebols that left Grover Cleveland's army and Joined General John A. Logan's army, nnd What did he leave Grover for in tho War between the north and south T" When In Doubt Ask a Policeman. Peter Anderson, 39 yenrs of age, Who anys he la a cabinet maker, call ed at the police station this morn- Ins to And out what was the matter with himself. Desk .S...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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