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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 May 1903

$u|)|>lement to the Spokane 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 OO" 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 THIS 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 V' 2 " Banner Patterns Equal to the Butteri...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 May 1903

Among Silks and Dress Goods We offer you the greatest values in Silks and 1 )ress Goods offered any where this season —the greatest varie ty is found here—Compare these prices with others and see the amount of monev vou save. Fancy Silks A bewildering variety to select from —every imaginable shade P* —all of our 85c and 90c II grades marked for the I 111 Great May Clearance Peau de Soie Here's the opportunity to buy your self material for coat or silk suit—ex tra heavy, beautiful, rich, lustrous silk, always $1.50 II per yd. Marked for this |R Great May Clearance Sale. 20 inches wide, rich and beautiful goods, sold the world over for $1.00 per yard. I ; or this Sale Ww Armure de Soie 22 inches wide. If you want a hand some black silk jacket, this is your chance. We offer you this $1.25 goods for one week II at the phenomenal price, %l per yard, of Black Satins One of the l)est lines in the city—ex tra heavy quality, specially suitable for dress skirts. Regular $1.50 values, at Our G...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 May 1903

Ladies' Wrappers Some five dozen of Percale and Lawn Wrappers, nearly all in different styles. You are sure to lie suited with some of these. You cannot buy the same gar ment anywhere less than $1.25 to $2.00. During ()ur (Ireat Clearing Sale, we mark them ® Moreen Petticoats A sample line of beautiful silk finish wool Moreen Petticoats offered you at less than manufacturer's price. This underskirt cannot l>e dupli- cated less than $2.00. We mark them, while they last, I /K \%LO Mercerized Pettic'ts These come in all the wanted colors. They are extra good, accordion plait, tlounce and ruffle —The goods alone would cost you $1.00. We will close out the entire lot during Our Great Clearing Sale ,"t ' Misses' Dresses 95c Wash Dresses for the Children Another lot of these Madras, Ging liain and Percale Dresses has just reached us in time for the Big Clear ing Sale. We offer them to you for one week at one-third of the regular price. Dresses worth up to $1.00 will l>e fc. J J sold ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 May 1903

Hosiery and Underwear None but strictly reliable makes are offered you in this line—Values abso lutely unequaled for the money asked— for one week only, during Our Great May Clearance Sale. Childrens' Hose Boys' and Girls bicycle hose—extra heavy ribbed—guaranteed absolutely fast black—The kind that sell everywhere at 15c. At Our Great May Clear ance Infants' Hose Another lot of infants' fine Cashmere hose, silk heel and toe—in black, tan and white. Al- I ways sold for 35c. At Our May Sale Ladies Ribbed Hose Ladies' Egyptian Lisle Hose —abso- lutely fast black and seamless —The kind you are paying 15c a pair for. At Our Great May Clearance Sale Ladies Cotton Hose Fine Lisle finish —high spliced heel— absolutely fast colors in tan and black —double sole and seamless —worth 25c everywhere. ■ We close them out at this Sale for Ladies Fancy Hose The latest effects in plain black lace and drop stitch—checks, plaids and half colors —Hose that cannot M be boughtat anytime less than 65c. Fo...

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

ONE CENT PEK COPY Twenty-Five Cests Pur Neath. - wamw mn an. NO. 170. DECIDE UPON ROUTE OF DRIVE Where,the President Will Be Seen Next i Tuesday. COMMITTEE S TROUBLE Arrangements have bfcen made for those Invited to occupy seats on the speaker's stand on Roosevelt day to secure their tickets Monday and Tuesday morning at the White House. The stand Is being platted und the seats will be reserved. A competent corps of ushers will assist ticket holders in finding their seats. A way will be kept open from Riverside avenue to ths speaker's stand so that no difficulty will be experienced in reaching it. The grand stand reception committee, of which all those occupying seats on the stand are considered members, has caused the arrangements committee more trouble than anything else per taining to the celebration. The committee was still making changes in it today and were unable to announce it. This is also true of the special reception committee which will occupy seats in the car riages ass...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 23 May 1903

t The SpoKane Press. Published Bvery Evening Except Sunday bjr The Press Pabllshlnff C& SCRIPPS-McftAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-flve cents per month or $1 P«r 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. •1* Front Avit Calephon. Main 378. Postofflo. Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. TO WIGHT'S AMUSEMENTS. SPOKANE THEATER—"Our New Minister.** A Million for a Domestic. The Chicago croestis who announced that he would give $1,000,000 to the model domestic who should remain in his service until her ministrations should be no longer required, has solved the long-vexatious servant girl problem. He is said to be receiving enormous quantities of letters offering faith ful and continuous service, and this goes to show that domestics can be Secured by one having the genius and the money. All that the servant girls have needed is proper encouragement and a s...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 23 May 1903

$6,000 FUND TO TEST ANTI-GAMBLING LAW Gamblers In this city have raised a fund of $6000 to be used in em ploying counsel to fight the new antl gambling law. It the money was collected by Maloney, th? boss gambler of Ta coma, who cftme hero for that pur pose. Although he failed In Ills pur pose to defeat the bll 1 ir. the legis lature, it is said the boss gamblers have Implicit confidence in him, and he Is the one who Is engaging coun Brief Bits of News. An injunction against building ti Crematory near the Olive street bridge was served upon the city of ficials yesterday. City officials are In a quandary what to do with refuse Since ex-Mayor Byrne refuses the se of his land longer. P. F.' Mr-Carroll, a laborer, sued "the city yesterday for $20,000 for Injuries received in a bicycle collis ion while walking on a bicycle path on Monroe street. He claims there was no sidewalk and he thought the path was such. His skull was frac tured, an eye knocked out, hts hip dislocated and he was In...

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

4 ASTOR DISPLAYS THE VULGARITY OF WEALTH ' I,ONDOX, May 23.—William Wal iorf Astor's purchase of Ilever castle, Bald to have, been the residence of 'Anne Bolevn and a resort of Henry ,VIII.. Is causing: no rnd of 'Indigna tion among people here, who hold that such historic places ought to be Secured for the nation. Richard Parker, a prominent mem ber of the T-ondon county council and m radical politician of some eminence, Arousing Interest in Mining Congress. NEW YORK, May 23.—Irwin Ma- ' few days. He will enter immediate - . . . . ... ly Into the work of arousing general bon, secretary of the American Min- . . . , A , . interest and enthusiasm throughout ing congress, expects to leave for the west in the coming session of Deadwood and J,ead, S. D.. within a tke American Mining congress, which SPORTING WORLD. Won. Lost. P.C. LOS Angeles 23 10 697 Seattle 21 II 656 Spokane 18 13 581 San Francisco 19 IB DK9 Butte 16 14 533 Helena 11 19 36* Tacoma 11 22 53.1 Portland 9 24 273 Seattle w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 25 May 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. WLiraon aua 37a. NO. 171. GREAT CROWD TO HONOR THE NATION'S PRESIDENT Visitors Are Pouring in to Pay Respects to Mr Roosevelt. Visitors came pouring Into Spokane loday by every train and by noon the ■treets presented a crowded appeur »nee. What will be done with the Roose velt crowd Is a quandary. The hotels have everything engaged ahead and the rooming and boarding houses were rapidly filling up today. Tomor row night will sue beds at a premi um In Bpokane. Among the early ar rivals are many Q. A. H. men, who are noticeable by their blue uniforms and badges. A delegation of tliom from Seattle came In this morning and are making their headquarters at the Spo kane. The busiest men In town today were tile members of the general Roosevelt committee. They were In session throughout the morning In Senator Turner's office completing the last details of the parade and recep tion for the president. Colonel Ray, jrand marshal of the parade, met ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 25 May 1903

» THe SpoKane Press. nowi nrnuiL frnmtshed Erery Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Co. •CRIPPB-MeRAE PRESS BERVICE. One cent per copy, alx cents per week, twenty-flve cents per month or IS ye»r delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor W tardy delivery to the office. «• fw«t An. Telephone Main STS. Fostolßoe Bos 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. TO WIGHT'S AMTTSEKXHTS. SPOKANE—Vaudeville. AI I)I TOR I I'M—Opening of Jessie Shirley Stoek company In "The Girl I Left Behind Me." Flowers Lend Beauty to Faces ; Did you ever stop to think that the beauty and brightness of flowers Is lent to the faces of persons who lovingly cars for them? If you stop to think of it. there is a certain relation between the flowers that grow in pots in your window and your own spirit. And, whether consciously or not, you are affected in no small degree by the blossoms and that state of prosperity. If the flowers come out wsll and bloom as...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 25 May 1903

TRAIN DISPATCHERS TO HOLD CONVENTION '< The Train Dispatchers' Association •f America will hold its convention In Nashville June 16. J. W. James, dispatcher on the Great Northern, has freen elected the delegate from this Section. Mr. James has attended every convention during the last seven grears. The object of the convention* is to liave the men discuss forms of train Orders, and any forms found to be • jvreak in any way will be condemned Und the railway association asked to eliminate them from the book of ffules. In view of the fact that a great Gllndermann May Go Home-Conditionally. Because John Qlindermann is de fendant In a suit for divorce and also Is charged with incest he Is In a peek of trouble, and does not care to risk getting In deeper. Armed With an order from Judge Kennan tie may go to his home In Latah an 4 gather evidence, provided, however, lie Is accompanied on such searches by at least two persons, one of whoa must be selected by Mrs. Ollnder- Inann. Brief Bit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 25 May 1903

4 ■ 13 DEAD AND D ADE MISSING 'LINCOLN. Neb.. May 25.—Pauline, ntown 15 miles south of Hastings, in reported to have been destroyed by a * tornado. Six are said to have been killed. All wires are down and details are meagre. Further advices state that Nor man was also swept by a cyclone. Bcven were killed. number of houses at Fairfield, in storm's path, were destroyed. Eight are missing and are believed to have been killed. HOW TACOMA'S MAYOR BLUFFED SEATTLEITES TACOMA, May 25—There was a funny side to the bitter fight that had been going on between Tacoma and Seattle over the president's en tertainment. The squabble had been going on for months. The last gun was fired by Tacoma's mayor Saturday, when, it is said, he sent word to Seattle that if any of the committees came down to board DROWNED. Ex-Chief of Police Roddy telephon ed from Spokane Bridge Sunday even ing that Alexander Bawks had been # drowned on a log boom in Newman's lake, near the Idaho line. Bawks is a young man rece...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 26 May 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. Tmaxmowm gggg am. SPOKANE WELCOMES PRESIDENT IpIRESIDENT ROOSEVELT is Spokane's guest. He arrived in the city on the O. R. (EL N. Ry. at 2:35 o'cloch this l=| afternoon and was greeted by the biggest and most enthusiastic crowds in Spokane's history. After being briefly IHI welcomed at Hamilton street, where he left his train, by the local reception committee, the President entered his carriage and was driven about the city; stopping at Gonzaga College, thence through the gaily decorated streets, passed the falls, to Coeur d'Alene Parh, where he addressed the school children of SpoKane. On his way he Stopped to breaK ground for the new Athletic Club building and Masonic Temple. On nis return he reviewed the military parade from the grand stand, at Lincoln street and Main avenue, after which he delivered the address of the day. The President leaves for Montana on the Northern Pacific at 0-.05 o'clocK this evening. For the first time in t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 26 May 1903

f TKe SpoKane Press, Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Co. SCRIPPS PRESS BERVICE. One cent 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 oases of poor sr tardy delivery to the office. 616 Front Aye. Telephone Mala 375. Posto&ce Bos 4. . OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. SPOKANE—Vaudeville. Al'DlTOßir.M—Jessie Shirley Stock company in "Tlie Girl I Left Behind Me." Welcome to the President. The people of Spokane and of thp Inland Empire extend to President Roosevelt a most hearty welcome today. We welcome him as the chief executive of the world's greatest nation, the president of our beloved country, and we welcome him because he ls the sort of a president we like, and the kind of a man we admire, Theodore Roosevelt is a true American, and closer to the people than any president since Lincoln. We like him because he is open and courage ous, bec...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 26 May 1903

NIECE OF M'KINLEY ON VAUDEVILLE STAGE ' NEW YORK, May 26.—Mrs. Her tnanus Baer,. who before her mar riage waa Miss Mabel McKlnlcy, a daughter of Abner McKinley, and a favorite niece of the late president, It was announced yesterday by Ber nard A. Myers, Is soon to go upon the vaudeville stage. Mr. Myers, who Is a vaudeville agent, said he had engaged Mrs. Baer. Many are aware that she has n doprano voice of great richness and •J'power, but few know that she de alred to use It for any other purpose 250 th Anniversary of New York City. NEW TORK, May 26.—Distin guished officials, national and state, and army and navy officers filled the assembly chamber of the old city ball today and toook part in interesting exercises In celebration of the 260 th anniversary of the incorporation of the city. Mayor Low presided and Introduced General James Grant Wilson of the New York State Historical society, who delivered the oration of the day. Other speakers Included Governor Odell, Judge John Clin...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 26 May 1903

_4 AGED MOTHER PLEADS FOR SON •tne defense of Murderer Ed Spen cer, who shot and killed Ella Mundt. began this morning. According to his attorney's opening address, the drinking of absinthe is responsible for the crime. His aged mother, half brother and nn uncle were the wit nesses examined today. Attorney Frank Graves ln his open ing address pictured Spencer's early life w>th a mother deserted by her second husband and his going out In to life a quiet youth, emphasizing his affection for his mother and his gen eral affectionate disposition. He told of Spencer's meeting #]fji Ella Mundt and said that the evi dence will show that there was no love, no lust, no Jealousy, -no malice In Sncncer's breast—simply compan ionship at dances and theaters. Mr. Graves said he would show en tire lack of motive. Explaining the cause of Spencer's action the attorney paid Ed Spencer had lost his job at Davenport's on the Wednesday pre vious to the tragedy and began to drink heavily of whisky. Mr....

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 27 May 1903

ONE CENT PER COPT Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. TBMr«OBB HATH STS. NO. 173. SALOON MEN TESTIFY ~ ON ABSINTHE EFFECTS With .tbe exception of one witness along the line of previous good char acter, testimony ln the Spencer mur der trial this mo: nlng related to the defendant's habtts of drinking Just prior to the killing of Ella Mundt, .which testimony was calculated to form the foundation upon which would be reared the defense of Irre sponsibility for the crime. DBANK POB BATS. "Bud" McLean, erstwhile roommate nnd fellow waiter of the defendant at Davenport's, told of Spencer's heavy drinking for a few days prior to the tragedy. By McLean Mr. Graves established the fuct that the best of feeling existed between Spen cer and Miss Mundt on the evening before the shooting. Dom Gay, former bartender at the Snowshoe, stated that Spencer had been drinking heavily, commencing Thursday before tho tragedy. On the Sunday night previous Spencer came GREAT NORTHERN'S SPOKANE DIVISION It Is general...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 27 May 1903

t TKe SpoKane Press. Published Every Bvenlng Except Sunday by Tha Press Publishing Co. SCRIPPS-McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six centa 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 sr tardy delivery to the office. ■It Frdall Aye. Telephone MCatn STB. Postomoe Bos 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. TOWIOHT'S AMTJSXMZirTS. AVDITORII'M—Jessie Shirley Stock company In "The Girl I Left" Behind Me." The Monroe Doctrine Abroad. If there Is any one policy on which the American people are a unit, it Is the Monroe doctrine. Some time ago it was gravely stated that this doctrine was a relic of provincial boasting, that It was not applicable to our present conditions. "When the German gunners opened fire a short time ago in Venezuelan •Tatars, that notion was shot away ln a hurry. It is plainly seen ln such exigencies that the Monroe doctrine Is a vital one. It is not necessarily...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 27 May 1903

REPUBLIC CITIZENS FORM ASSOCIATION / REPUBLIC, Wash.. May 27.—(Spe-' fetal.) —At no time within the past year haa the same confidence in the shining situation been manifested as alt the present time, and the outlook (rows brighter each week. Thia ia doe to the fact that the mines that gre being worked dally grow more and more promising. The question of adequate ore reduction has been prac ♦JcalUjfc settled and the question of phKduction has been settled beyond gny reasonable doubt, ifhe Belcher ls growing dally ln public esteem. The ledge has been crossed for 63 feet and has been ex posed for a distance of a little over 30 feet. The hanging wall has not yet been reached and there Is reason to believe that the face of the drift ls •till some feet distant. It is simply g wonder. E. J. r>eii>r id go. manager of the Kaiser Always Enemy of Gambling. BERLIN, May IT.—Kaiser WB feelm la conducting a quiet, but re lentless campaign against gambling, especially In the army. He refuse* t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 27 May 1903

* PICKPOCKETS TOUCH A A STAMMERING MAN P. Bailey, who Is local agent for tin eastern implement company, re ported the most remarkable case of Work done by pickpockets that reach ed the police department yesterday. Mr, Bailey was standing by some countrymen near the president's stand. Suddenly a farmer, only a few feet away, began making signs of distress. Bailey rushed up to him and said: •'What Is the matter?" The man's aims were moving like the arms of n Dutch windmill. His Jaws were flopping up and down in n paroxysm. Clearly the man was In a fearful stage of distress. Bailey Prohibitionists. MARSHAI.I.TOWX. la.. May 27.— The prohibitionists of lowa arc gath ered here for a two days' convention tit which a full state ticket to be voted for this fall will be named. Curing the last two years the party In lowa has not grown in strength and influence In accordance with the promise of former years and the con vention will lay plans for pursuing a vigorous campaign throughout tha state...

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