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

PRINTERS APPEAL TO INTERNATIONAL ROARD "As a result of the Investigation into the late arbitration of tlie typographi cal union's scale with the Review I'ubllshliiK company try District Or g-enlzer Oosnell of Montana. Who came to Spokane hist Friday for that purpose, nn appeal will l>e taken from the decision to the International board Of arbitration. This board is organized under the, agreement between the International Typographical union and the Anxrl-'' can Newspaper Publishers' sssocla tlon. Prcoltlent Lynch of tin- inter national union and President Dliscoll i of the publishers" association form this board with a third man whom they agree upon. The local case Will probably be sub- Battled to the arbitration board In Chicago on briefs, but the board may visit Spokane In order to pet a clearer ■flea of the facts and the locjal situa tion ns to cost of living, etc. The case will he made up BTtd BUh-tnlttefl at as early a date as possible. Presl- j PORTLAND ON EVE OF GENERAL ST...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 19 May 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. WMWOW MATH STC. . NO. 166. HILL SAYS SMELTER TALK IS "HOT AIR." "Tne men of Spokane are letting oft gome'more hot air—l do not believe the smelter down the river Is going to be built," said President James J. Hill of the Great Northern railway While In the city this morning. "Why do I think it will never be built? Who controls the sllyer-lcad properties In the Coeur d'Alenes? Those mines are not owned by Spo kane and eastern men. They are own ed by Spokane men. Who are the owners of those mines dealing with? Don't they dispose of all their prod uct to the lead combine? Is the lead combine interested in a smelter at Spokane? Just think a minute before you talk smelter In this city. CAMS XT AM, "SOT Aim." "Will the railroad* give them cheaper rates on ore If the smelter Is built here? I'll answer that by ask ing you If they want us to huul die ore for nothing. You people are now getting tho lowest rates on ore of any section of the United...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 19 May 1903

f TKe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Co. SCRIPPS-McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, nix cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or SI 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. SIS Front Aye. Telephone Stain 878. PostoMce Bos 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. AFDITORII M—Home talent In "The Huskin' Bee." "My Country: Right or Wrong." Stephen Decatur, who uttered this thrilling maxim, was an Illustrious patriot. But Dr. William Everett, of Massachusetts, would have us under stand that Decatur was no philosopher. The noblest sentiment, Dr. Everett points out. may be perverted till It leads to things which God condemns and men blush to see. A far less concise, but far broader and more correct, definition of patriotism is given by Dr. Everett. • What Is our Country? It Is not hills and valleys and expanse of terri tory: it is the men ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 19 May 1903

HEAVY RAINS HAVE HELPED WHEAT CROP DAYTON. Wash., May 19.—1n Co lumbia county barley seeding Is com pleted. There is an acreage of SO per cent of the tillable land In this county, which Is an increase of 10 per cent over litst season. Prospects for a full average wheat crop on the small acreage sown was never better. WALLA WALLA, Wash., May 19.— There have been good rains the past Week but tbe weuther Is not warm ..enough. Farmers are complaining about weeds in the winter wheat, up,re than In any previous season. Bprlng wheat and barley aro doing Well. PULLMAN, Wash, May 19—The Weather Is cool with showers. There was a slight growth In grain this week. There Is an estimated 35 per cent shortage in the growing crop. PENDLETON, Ore., May 19—Fall Wheat continues promising. Spring Wheat is coming up alowly but has been greatly benefited during tha past •week by heavy rains. The only re ports of damage to the grain crop Brief Bite of News. Robert Martin la under arrest on ll charge of as...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 19 May 1903

i MILLWORKERS ASK FOR ARBITRATION A committee of the striking mill- Workers, composed of Messrs. I-aing. Anderson. Harmon. Hubbell and Car lisle at 10 o'clock this morning met the contractors and master builders cf Spokane and presented their side of the difficulties now existing with the millowners. They asked the con tractors to appoint n committee to co operated witli committees from other lines of business and public bodies to secure a settlement of the strike by arbitration or otherwise* The committee will probably lie appointed. INJUNCTION SUIT OVER NEW CREMATORY Attorney C. K. Holloway began a #uit for Injunction this morning to restrain the city and the board of public works from awarding the con tract for the new crematory to the I)e Carte company of Minneapolis. In his action Attorney Holloway charges Irregularity In awarding the contract to the De Carle company, and claims the Dixon company of Toledo Was the best and lowest bidder. Cannon to Suppress Riotous Albanians. CO...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 20 May 1903

ONE CENT PER COPT Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. NO. 167. TO GALL A SPECIAL ELECTION For Issuance of $300000 Bonds for School Purposes. NEEDED IMPROVEMENTS Within a few days the board of education will meet and call a special election to vote on the Issuance of from $250,000 to {300,000 of bonds (or the purpose of erecting new school buildings and building additions to the buildings that arc already up. If the registration prior to the re cent city election Is sufficient, the call for the special election will be adver tised for 10 days prior to tlie holding Of the election. If the law requires a new registration, the time of the elec tion will be postponed nearly a month. It Is estimated that the improve ments to be made will require nearly one year. The most Important item is the building of a new high school building on College avenue and Madi son street or the enlargement of the ■resent high BQhool building and tiie erection of a new ward school build ing on the South Side. Other ...

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

s TKe SpoKane Press. aTubHshed Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Co. SCRIPPSMcRAE PRESS BERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or II par year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor B>r tardy delivery to the office. 016 rrost Aye, arelepaoae Main 375. Poatofflee Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. TONIGHT S AMUSEMENTS. Al lUTORirM -Ben Hendricks in "Die Olson." The Incident at Hugo. Th? splendid presidential train pulled up Monday morning, May 4. at the depot of little Hugo, Col. At the same juncture a lot of cowboys In full regalia Of chaps and bandanai surrounded the rear car, drawing up their kronchoes with a stiff jerk. Over at the roadside a prairie schooner was barked up, Its rear rate let down showing the battered tinware of a cowboy cupboard. Tbe regulation scrap of dirty canvass made an awning to keep the butter from melting In the bright Colorado sun. In...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 20 May 1903

COMPANY WANTS 1000 HORSE POWER DAILY ' 'Application was made to the city tlttuncll last night by the Coeur d'Alene & Spokane Electric Railway COmpnny for the use df 1000 horse power i'nlly, the power to be generat ed at the uprlver pumping station. In return the street car company offers to erect a brlek building adjoining the pumping stution. to pay $100 a month for tl\o use of the power dur ing the first two years and $160 a month for the power during the third year. applicants assert the city now "tyt* 2500 horse power and will not use half of that for five years. At the end of the three years the appli cants offer to turn over tho brick hulhling free to the city if the con tract Is not renewed. Word reached the council last night thnt the Northern Pacifio has denied the city the right, of way over its trucks crossed by streets on the School section. The matter was re ferred to the corporation counsel to gee If the railroad could not be com pelled to give the right of way. Ci...

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

4 TO EXAMINE EMPLOYES OF NORTHERN PACIFIC A general examination will soon be instituted among the employes of the Northern Pacific. An examining bee id consisting of the trainmaster. One conductor nnd the roadmastcr Will examine the men In the transpOl tation department on transportation rules. This work will be commenced On June 1 and all employes in this department wilt, be required to a written examination. ADMIT "HELLO GIRL" DELEGATES TO COUNCIL At the 11 ados council meeting last night four women delegates were temporarily admitted nnd will later be regularly seated as members. They will represent the new telephone oper ators' union, which now has a mem bership of about 100. The new delegates are Misses Ma bel Carter. Lalla Barrett, Ethel Cof fern and ESdna Olmstead. There are other women delegates to the cohn cil. but these are the first representa tives this union has had. FLYING DULLETS FAIL TO FRIGHTEN FIREMAN PHILADELPHIA, Pa., May So rtie brave action of a fireman tills m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 20 May 1903

(The Wonder 409 411 413 RIVERSIDE AVENUE. I Mesa »re snly email Items in the values we offer you for »r»d.. iI- .> has: WASH DRESS GOODS. I The v, ISPSsaj us to make ridiculously low prices on these Big QgTip irxsr dimities: lOutI Out ... dimities in stripes and plain, « Are, da ill shaded effects; I - mdspai them to VOTCK MADRAS: IHuSt ,|... -ut waists, boys' wnists and shirts, mmp a t„ . .dors and latest patterns; I m 20c yatd lo V IrOOL CSALLiXS: I Th. kateat effects In stripes, dots and figured f-j WVr-t* r. • f OOlorSl regular Loc values, *^J^^C/ TRIMMED STREET HATS II .49 for $2.00, ■ $2.50 and $3 ■street hats. Tit »IUT MAT CLEARANCE SALE BEGINS SATURDAY. Young Man, Look Around and you will notice that almost one-half of the dressy men of this town buy their clothes here. Call in and see our line of new spring suits. They will surprise you. Prices from WentwortK Clot King Co. RELIABLE. 709-711 RIVERSIDE AYE. Local Markets. Prices Paid to Producers. I Wheat i--t bushel, club...

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

ONE CENT PER COPT Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. miiion ma m. NO. 168. ENTICED TO A LIFE OF SHAME TWHJmportatlon of country women ffonk Idaho and settlements In east ern %'ashlngton Is the latest charge Against the management of the no torious "dancing academy" In the old Stockholm resort on Mill street. The management Is also said to be violating the liquor law. Benaath the d&nclng academy Is a cheap restau rant, fitted up with boxes. In these boxes patrons of the academy are served with beer at the regulation price of the variety theater box, )1 a bottle. The beer costs about 9 cents a bottle. Up stairs the "dance lesson" costs 25 cents, "soft" drinks are sold, and down stairs In the privacy of the boxes the beer Is served. That the plan Is attractive is proved by the 1 gang of soldiers and idle men con stantly to be found about the academy. So far the Import\Uoll of women In probably the worst feature that has ever taken place In conncctlon with the notorious place which re fus...

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

« THe SpoKane Press. bmmi nmum. published Bvery Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Co. SCRIPPS-McRAE PRESS SERVICE. On# cent par copy, six cents par waak, twenty-live oants per month or U par year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all caaaa of poof Sr tardy delivery to the offlce. #• Promt 4n> Valephoaa Mala 87*. ►ostofflc. Bos 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. TOVXCtKT'9 AMUBBMEITTB. AUDITORIT'M—Bon Hendricks in "Ole Olson." City Should Use Its Power. The request of the Coeur d'Alcne Street Railway company for the city to furnish motor power for its line suggests the feasibility of Spokane's doing its own lighting. The city should either turn the unused liorse power at the up-river pump ing station ot its own uses through supplying electricity for lighting the streets, or In exchange for the sale of this power the buyer should placo equipment that may bo used by the city at the expiration of the contract. Spokane had 27...

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

GOLFERS SUGGEST BUYING NEW GROUNOS Surveyors are at work this week funning streets and alleys over the bunkers and through the hazards of the Country club golf links. A multi tude of white pine stakes now adorna the green award where the devotees of the great Scotch game were wont to disport themselves. The Country club members do not take kindly to the rnthless march of the home builder, bringing with It the destruction of their ancleld? play ground. Several dyed-ln-tlie-wool golf fiend<" unwilling to surrender entirely the ' Hummer's sport, have suggested that Four Convicted of Disorderly Conduct. Constable Jones, the colored official Of West Grove, secured the convic tion of four persons for disorderly ronduct In police court yesterday. The convicted were Frlta Hllsehcnc and Julius Kohler of West Grove and W. J. Phillips and Mrß. Emma Kum inus of Peaceful Valley, all arrested at the home of the woman. These people were complained against by wealthy people living in West River-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 21 May 1903

I PECULIAR ACCIDENT TO PASSENGER TRAIN [ COIA'MBrS, 0., May 21.—There Was a peculiar wreck of the Norfolk « Western passenger train at an al ley crossing this morning. While running at a rate of 40 miles an hour it struck an open switch. The engine nnd baggage car broke loose from the remainder of the train, ploughed their EDWARD'S HEALTH IS VERY POOR T.IVEnrOOU May 21.—'The Post * today published a story from a mem ber of the king's household, who says Edward's health is very unsatisfac tory. Tt is possible another opera tion will be necessary. Nothing will keep the sovereign quiet and bis physique is not suf ficiently robust to hear the strain. He fell asleep twice while being re ceived and while seated beside the queen of Italy. At Edinburg during court in the holy room lie went pound asleep. He is constantly under the care of Sir Francis Laking, court physician. Study American Railway Methods. BIRMINGHAM, May 21.—A Post dispatch says the Indian government has arranged to send a ...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Twentr-Five Crat] Per Month. TBLlflOIl MiOT 870. NO. 16?). ROOSEVELT CHANGES ; MIND Desires Mayor Alexander to Ride in His Carriage IS GIVEN A BEAR CUB. BOISE, Idaho, May 22.—A tele gram from William Loebe, Jr., sec retary to the president, states the president desires Mayor Alexander to ride In the carriage with him. The mayor was Included In the flrrt list, but the president substituted Senator Heyburn, which caused great indignation. The change In the program relieves the feeling among Jews. KALAMA, Wash., May 22.—When crossing the Columbia the president was Riven n bear cub on the ferry boat, but to cramped iiuarters on the train Master Bruin was re turned with thanks. The president spoke to a large crowd at Kahuna. PORTLAND, Ore., Way 22.—Presi dent Roosevelt left Portland at 8 o'clock. Senator Mitchell and John Barrett Joined the party to bo as far as Tacoma. The president's carriage was loaded with souvenirs when It reached the train. TACOMA. May 22.—The big...

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

« THe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Co. 6CRIPPB-McRAE PRESS BERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-flve cents per month or M per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor •* tardy delivery to tha office. ■M mil AM Calaphom* Mala S7B» roatoffloa Ben i OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. TOITIOHT'S AMUSEMENTS. SPOKANE THEATER—"Our New Minister." AUDITORIT'M—GeorgIe Stone's pupils In "Alice in Wonderland." His Conscience. Unable to bear the strain of mental torture since tlie St. Louis grand Jury began its Investigation of legislative boodllng, State Senator Fred L. Busche went to Prosecutor Folk the other day and made full confession of his complicity. As he proceeded to tell the story of his wrong-doing, of his taking bribes In the Missouri legislature. Busehe broke down twice, weeping bitterly. "I am telling these things only to ease my mind." satd the miserable ...

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

i THe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Co. SCRIPPSMcRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, si* cents per week, twenty-flve cents per month or M par year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all caaea of poor •r tardy delivery to the office. •W Frost An telephone BKaii TT% Foitoffle* Bock 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. TOWIOKT'S AMUSEMENTS. SPOKANE THEATER—"Our New Minister." Al'DlTOßlfM—Georfiie Stone's pupils in "Alice in Wonderland." His Conscience. Unable to bear the strain of mental torture since the St. Tjouls grand jury began its investigation of legislative boodling, State Senator Fred L. Busche went to Prosecutor Folk the other day and made full confession of his complicity. As he proceeded to tell the story of his wrong-doing, of his taking bribes In the Missouri legislature, Busche broke down twice, weeping bitterly. "I am telling these things only to ease my mind," sa!d the miserab...

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

TO SEEK FOR GOLD ON THE ARCTIC SIDE BRATTT.F, May 22.—prospectors •will Hearch for gold this season in a section nerer before trod by the foot of white man. About 50 are to be •ent to the unexplored wilds of Koli utschln bay, on the Arctic, and within the circle. These trained fortune-seekers are to be picked up at Nome by the gaso line steamer Barbara Hernster, which NOT SOLD. THE HAGUE, May 22 — A warship Will bo stationed permanently in the West Indies, whicli leads to the belief that the recent reports that Curaeoa will be sold to the United States are untrue. Fire in Engine Works. ST. PA TIT*, May !2—The Watrous Engine work* were destroyed by Are •nrly tills morning. Tb. loss In $150,- 000. A watchman was rauKlit t»y the explosion and is probably fatally In jured. Western Union Uses Long Distance 'Phone NEW YORFC, May 22.— Notwith standing the Immense destruction to Western Union telegraph lines along the Pennsylvania railway yesterday the company Is still accepting mes sages t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 May 1903

, 4 STRIKE WILL INJURE SMALL STOCKHOLDERS A restraining influence In the mill- Workers' strike is the fear that should the strike continue for an in definite period it would work b hard ship on n number of laboring men and employes of the different mills who own stock In them. There are many of these small stockholders, some having purchased their holdings outright and others having taken the stock in exchange Xor services. There are a number of these stock holders in the Washington Mill com pany. A few years ago when the company had financial difficulties these men took stock for their wages and many of them have continued with the company. A strike always operates against the weaker stockholders and the striking mlllworkers fear that the lo cal situation may be eventually used to squeeze out their fellow workmen. Said a labor leader today: Brief Bits of News. School warrants Nos. SI to 17.555 Inclusive have been called in, $70,000 worth in all. and will be paid by tte county treas...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 May 1903

$u|>|)lement to the $|>oka»€ Press, Friday, May 22/03 Mammoth Seven Days CLEARANCE SALE Ladies' Gloves REAL MOCHA Gloves-Warranted and fitted. 2 Clasp Pique Seam, gus seted between every finger. Come in red, tan and brown; absolutely unequalled at our price. Sold everywhere at $1.25. We Mark QQn them for this Sale Ou" MAY CLEARANCE SALE The Most Extraordinary in the History of Our Store It Will be Like Westing Money to miss This magnificent Opportunity WE INTEND TO MAKE TNIS GREAT SALE LIKE THE PRESIDENT'S VISIT. . * AN EVENT NEVER TO BE FORGOTTEN Roosevelt Souvenir With each purchase of $1.00 and over during this Sale, you will be presented with a hand some steel engraving of President Roosevelt. Rousing jubilee May Sale of attractive Merchandise BurmahChallies 2,000 yards Burmah Challies all fast colors attractive patterns -suitable for dresses, draperies, covers; etc., worth and sold the world over for 5c a yard. Ai _ At Our Great Sale 0 /2l< Banner Patterns Equal to the...

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