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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 28 May 1903

ONE CENT PER COPT T>«t7-Fh-jJC«»jti rw Heath. HO. 174. FLEES CITY WITH $8,000 GOT BY A BUNKO GAME E. Orey of the firm of Grey * Delln, timber, pole and wood con tractors of 818 Riverside avenue, has mysteriously disappeared, and with' him has gone at least $8000 of the firm's and other people's money. Half of thla $8000 conalats of col lections and other assets of the firm nnd money advanced by his part tier, Charles M. Delln, and the re maining $4000 consists of advances made to secure a reduction in price M wood contracted for by business men and the owners of blocks. Among those thus bilked are: The Review Publishing company, $700; Arthur D. Jones, $400; Mrs. Scott McDonald, $300; J. Lawyer of the Oermond block, $300; several grocery firms and numerous block ownera. MODS OP OPERATION-. The mode of operation was simple but effective. While his partner wns out of the city Orey visited those with whom he had contracted and proposed that they advance him $1.25 per cord on the amou...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 28 May 1903

TKe SpoKane Press. (Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publtshmg 00. BCRIPPB-McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or fI per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer n favor by promptly reporting an oasea of poor or tardy delivery to the office. ■It rront i?t Telephone Main 378. Poetoffloe Bos 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. ATDITORII'M—Jessie Shirley Stock company In "The Girl I Left Behind Me." Around the Globe in 40 Seconds. In "A Midsummer Night's Dream" Puck ofters to "put a girdle around the earth In 40 minutes." Now this miraculous performance, oonceived in fancy and never expected to get beyond the bounds of fiction, ls to be done in Just one-sixtieth of the ttme named ns the limit of fairy power. The fact is that prosaic science ln the 20th century is beating the super natural of earlier ages at its own game. The human mind offers nothing so improbable as the actual occurrences of modern ti...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 28 May 1903

STEEL INDUSTRY NOT INJURED BY STRIKES NEW TOrVt May the Brest extent to whloh labor troubles have disturbed building operations all over the country, the makers of struc tural steel say there ls no diminution in the volume of orders placed. The effect of the strikes has been dis cernible tn certain localities, princi pally In New Tork elty, but only ln the suspension of small operations. The larger number of consumers, and those who use the most material, ■ have continued to place their orders iejor'the season, in the belief that la bor troubles are only a temporary af -fllction. Steel men say that one rea son why matters have not been so serious as reports would lead the public to suppose is the fact that em Saylor's Resignation Is Not Accepted. , * • *a>* ... '** a* The board of education voted unan imously last night not to accept Su perintendent Saylor's resignation un til July 1, the expiration of his term of service. The Coleman matter was again considered, but nothing done...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 28 May 1903

4 FEUDISTS REPULSED IN RESCUING JETT JACKSON. Ky . May st.—An at tack on tbe guards st the jail here last night was successfully repulsesd. There was much shooting throughout the night. It Is believed that several of the attacking party were wounded. More troops will be called for immediately, as the desperate character of tbe ef fort to be made to save Curtis Jctt Is now apparent for the first time. It was thought that the arrival of the Hotchklss gun yesterday would Streets of Cairo Becoming Up-to-Date CAIRO. May 28.—There is a revo lution in the streets of Cairo. Famed ancient landmarks and characteristics nre giving away before up-to-date customs. Fifteen years age nne could see ln the Mooskl bazar the true east ern city, with Its narrow crowded lanes, its accumulation of filth and rubbish, its brilliant splashes of col or, and its strange, unmistakable smell. So the old resident will tell you. but now in the Mooskl nnd the lanes leading off it, as well as ln the warrens behind ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 May 1903

ONE CENT PER COPT Twenty-Fire Cents Per Month. NO. 176. WOYDT WILL CLOSE OP ' STOCKHOLM DANCE HALL T«"h days a fro The Press exposed the notorious "dancing academy" con dnj?«l in the old Stockholm resort ns a place frequented by the lowest dregs of humanity, where country women were Imported for Immoral purposes. This exposure led to nn Investiga tion by the police and last night "Pro fessor" A. C. Freese, manager, was arrested on a warrant swotn out by JPeteclve M.nrtln Burns, who charges him technically with running a bawdy bouse. The arrest was a preliminary move ln closing this notorious establish ment. Chief of Police Woydt has lo rons of the establishment being sup plied with bottled beer from the ad jacent saloon. Wreck Delays Tralus. Westbound Northern Taclflc trains due this morning were delayed by a wreck on the Missoula division, ad vices of which have not yet reached tlie Spokane department. In conse quence of the wreck the Burlington No. ( passenger train, due here at 2...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 May 1903

6 t TKe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Co. SCRIPPS McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or |J per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor hy promptly reporting all cases of poor OS tardy delivery to the office. •10 front AT*, telephone Main STB. «*ostoffloe Bos 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. SPOKANE THEATER—"Zig Zag Alley." AUDITORIUM—Jessie Shirley Stock company in "The Girl I Deft Behind Me." What About Future Family Trees? The Society of New England Women gave a feed at Delmonlco's in Kew York tbe other day. and one by one the speakers arose and bragged right lustily of the deeds of ancestors, while those who couldn't remember any deeds to the credit of their forefathers listened and were duly edltiod. What a lot of tommyrot there is in this ancestor business. In the first place, few of ua can get past our great-grandfathers, and it ls Just a s well that w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 May 1903

WRETCHED WEAKNESS OF SPENCER PROSECUTION Wretched weakness Is the general flescrtptlon of the prosecution put up by the state in the Spencer murder case. Professional men and others Who attended the proceedings during the week that It has lasted seem agreed thai the showing made by the stale wag about the poorest ever put up) at a murder trial in this city. From the rtrst it was patent the Serenas Intended to try to prove that Srjeneer whs mentally Irresponsible log tlie crime he committed. Despite this forewarning, the state fell la mentably short in Introducing wlt- ni-SP Who could have testified that Spenoer not only boasted that he in testicd to commit murder before the Oisd was committed, but that he bold ly and openly discussed what be bad dime for days nfter he had been ad mitted to tlie Sacred Heart hospital Buffering from the wounds which he had iiullcted on himself. To newspaper men who visited Spencer In the hospital be discussed the shooting hi a cold blooded and nationa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 May 1903

4 ATHLETIC CLUB WILL RUSH NEW BUILDING Although the fact of their Having tieen overlooked by President Roose velt was a sore blow to members nf the S. A. A. C. when they had set their hearts on having the na tion's executive turn ths first spade ful of sod. it will not retard opera tions In the least. President A. C. ,Ware- said today: "The plans and all specifications In connection therewith will be com pleted tonight and work will be com menced as soon as the contract can tje let. which will be in about two Weeks. No more spacious or neat Bicycle Fund Is Going to Pieces. City hall officials fear that the bl fcytle fund Is going to pieces in this city. t'p to the present time only 2662 tags have been Issued, although there ate more than 5000 wheels ln the city. The lack of Interest Is attributed to the bad management of the cinder paths dining the past IS months and to the growing belief smong wheel men that the payment of the II per year license is only optional. GREATLY ALARMED. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 30 May 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. rauwiow MAnr mm. NO. 176. SPENCER GUILTY MURDER IN THE SECOND DEGREE ' Guilty of murder In the second de gree was the verdict of the Spencer Jury this morning after being out /or 14 hours. With the verdict came a recommendation for Judicial clem ency. It was t:4O o'clock this morning when the jurymen notified Bailiffs Coffeen and Haines that they had agreed upon a verdict, and immedi ately the court and attorneys were notified. Mr. and Mr«, Mundt. parents of the murdered girl, were the first and only representatives of the prosecution to appear. $o one from the prosecut ing attorney's office appeared in court. Spencer wns brought Into court by Jailer Doust and Deputies Pugh and I Butler. His fuce was colorless. He I seemed calm and glanced about tbe 1 courtroom, aa If looking for his I mother, who was not notified, William I Macy telling her that he would let Heskett Buys ths Labor Journal. T. 8. Heskett. an employe of the I Review Publ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 30 May 1903

t TKe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Co. BCRIPPS McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, alx cents per week, twenty five cents per month or SS per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor Or tardy delivery to the office. •Ie mn Aye. tf elephon. Main 178. Postofflce Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. TONIGHT'S AMUSEMENTS. STOKANK THEATER—"Big Zag Alley." Al'DlTOßll'M—Jessie Shirley Stock company In "The Girl I Left Behind Me." Easy to Fool the People. Th,- people do enjoy being fooled. You laugh when you learn that lliore Ore girls who have their fortunes told as often as once in two weeks, pay ing money that can ill be spared. You view with doubt the statement that Hark Hanna has often consulted seers. Hut wait. In Berlin lived Anna Hothe. the wife of a simple kettle maker. She was an hysterical, gloomy, sickly-looking female, with an intense love for money. Her success ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 30 May 1903

DISTINGUISHED RUSSIAN BIDS SPOKANE FAREWELL Count Paul Alexnndrovitch Angron clT. lute of Ttussla, who has been Spo kane's most distinguished guest ln the city Jail for several days, has de parted from our midst. Before going the count donned his cleanest white vest, assumed his most debonair air, mid moralized on Spokane and the Spokane Tress. Said he: "I am kolng yon here to New York nnd Chicago, und In June next mont yen I receive meln legacy at $200,000, I ahull return from New York. Chi cago uud Hue your papers, dose Bress, for heafy damages und criminals) li bel. "Itaus mit you. You say I vere n tieC 1 shall show as I urn from vun uf der most distinguish families In Russia. I shall be revenge. "Laugh, laugh if you please, Mr. reporder. 1 vish you to understand us I am der pest duellist In Russia, I shall fight you yen I come paw/.. My family are de pravest fam- AMETHYST CLUB HOLDS YEAR'S FINAL MEETING The Amethyst club held Its final meeting of the year at the home of Miss Car...

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

POLICE RAID INFAMOUS STOCKHOLM DANCE HALL "Professor" A. C. Freese, his wife Und nine women were arrested last bight lv a raid made on the notorious ''dancing academy" adjoining tho Btoekholm saloon on Mill street. The raid was made pursuant to or ders Issued earlier ln the evening by Chief of Police Woydt. who. as an nounced In The Press yesterday. Is determined that this dance hall shall close, despite its effort to violate all Sense of decency and even the laws. I Although all the dance halls which flourished so grandly In Spokane dur ing the early days succumbed to the Will of the people several years ago. With the exception of this parasite cf the Stockholm. Freese has employed a lawyer and will try through the courts to force the city into tolerating the academy. ■ Whenever one of these dives gets into SPORTING WORLD. Dugdale Says That Portland Team Is O. /£• "Nothing to it." said "Cupid" D. E. Dugdale. manager of the Seattle team. When seen at the Grand this morning nnd asked...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. mmn maxk stb. NO. 178. STUDENTS DEMAND COLEMAN'S RELEASE The whole story of the high school quarrel has not been published. A petition signed by approximately 400 of the 780 students attending the high school building asking for the removal of Principal Coleman was Bent to the board of education re cently and they refused to "consider" the wall of protest. In addition to this, three-fourths of the high school faculty and nt least three-fourths of the students are now opposed to Pro fessor Coleman and desire his re moval. Parents and other cltlsens who have been closely watching the mud dle at the high school are earnestly hoping that Principal Coleman nnd the other members of the faculty who have not been able to agree ln the conduct of high school work will he dismissed by the meeting of the board of education In the high school building at 4:30 o'clock this after noon. discord coming tear. it Is realised by all unbiased eltl tens that...

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

t TKe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Co. SCRIPPS-McRAE PREBB SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or I* fer year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor t>r tardy delivery to the office. ens Front Awe. •Telephone main 378. Portc/ffio. Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. AITiITOP.It'M- -The Shirley Stoc't company In "Between Two Hearts." Honors for Mothers. A French senator proposes that mothers of families he decorated with A ribbon and a cross. The purpose is to encourage population. The scheme is not npt to be effective. Mothers do not raise families for the sake of a decoration. Heroes do not give their lives for n monument. Scholars do not master the secrets of learning for the sake of degrees. The real motives of all these lie far deeper than this tinsel on the surface. What man may fathom the depth of a mother's motive in rearin...

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

SENSATIONAL CHARGES IN NICHOLS DIVORCE Herbert B. Nichols, the wealthy so- I Clety man of this city and New York, has been sued by his wife, Mrs. Martha Harris Nichols for absolute , Blvorce, the custody of their 7-year- i Old daughter and a division of the 1 property, — Mrs. Nichols charges cruelty, a threat to kill her. and that her bus- i band lias sustained improper rela tions with dISSOIUte women. Althrugh It has been known for a I long time that Mr. Nichols has pre ferred the attractions of the metropo lis to those of Spokane, while his erlfe took an opposite view, it was not generally understood that the rela tions were as strained as the divorce application lias proved. For more than three years past much of Mr. ROOSEVELT RECEIVES AN OVATION IN IOWA CF.DAR FAL.I.9, Ia„ June ».— HYestefa lowa this morning paid hearty tribute to President Roneievclt ss he journeyed across the state en route to the east. The Ilrst big dem onstration of the day wns nt Denlson. Where the presiden...

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

4 CANADIANS INSOLENT TOWARDS AMERICANS f Jamea Boyd, on old time budding rnglneer who has constructed smelt ers and mining tramways ln various parts of the world, and who was a Supervisor when the Granite build ing was constructed in this city, was grossly Insulted by an official of Ncl pon. B. C a few days ago. 'the Official ordered Mr. Boyd from the town, stating. "There are too ' many of you Yankees over here. You go away and never come back ' j The order was tlie more remarkable j tiecause Mr. Boyd had just pun hascd his ticket to this city nnd was Walt ||lg In the depot until his train should Start. Peep seated hatred of Ameri cans is the only explanation Mr. Boyd can give for the order that was serv ed on him. "I was an utter stranger to the man who gave me the order." said Mr. Boyd, "and did not believe my cars until he showed me his badge cf authority. Then I asked what I had done to merit such a command. LOCAL UNIONS FAVOR RETAINING BLACKMAN ' V. 11. Scullln of Seattle, who...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY| Twenty-Five Cents tn Heath. NO. 179. $50000 MINING SWINDLE ' The biggest mining scandal Spo kane has seen in recent years has been brought forth by the confession Of Howard J. Kressly, mining broker, who admits forging signatures to more than 300,000 shares of Luclle Dreyfus Mining company stock and hypothecating and pocketing the pro ceeds, and also "raising" from 100,- -000 to 200,000 shares, and forging "buyer and seller'" contracts cover ing other stock, his total transactions netting hlra approximately $60,000, SUSPICION AROUSED. Kressley has been known about town as a high liver." He spent his money freely but he waa not known to gamble outside of stock transac tions. He was considered the hardest "hustler" among the mining brokers end did a large legitimate mining brokerage business, variously esti mated at from $400 to $600 a month clear profit. During the past few months he got the reputation of being hard up and creditors were continual ly on his trail. ...

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

TKe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Frees Publishing Co. SCRIPPS-McRAE PREBB SERVICE. One Cent par copy, sis cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or $1 per year, delivered hy carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all eases ef poor •r tardy delivery to the offlca. SM rroat Aye. telephone nam STB. Poseosmoe Boa 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. AI DITORTUM—The Shirley Stock company in "Between Two Hoarts." The High School Is to Blame. Tears ago Horace Mann, the great educator, stirred the country -with his famous slogan, "We must educate: I repeat. We must educate or per ish!" But if we may believe what some of the ladles of Spokane are saying Horace Mann must have been mistaken. •It la almost impossible to get a girl now," said one of these ladies, "and the high school is to blame for it. America should learn something from Germany. They don't educate the poor people over there like they do here, and the result is that...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 3 June 1903

FLOOD DANGER PASSING IN TWO KANSAS CITYS KANSAS CITY, Mo., June «.—The giver fell six tenths of a foot during the night. A light rain continues. A partial street car system is ln opera tion this morning. No further loss of life from the flood in this section ls expected. Bouts sire running to Kansas City, Kan., conveying food and necessaries. Only boats in the flooded district are in Charge of the police. - More than 12,125,000 is under wa ter in the safes of smaller banks, ex press companies and railway offices. A steamer last night brought in 67 passengers from the Randolph end of Die Milwaukee bridge, five miles be low here. A majority are from the Surllngton passenger train, which had been missing since Sunday and for iWhfeh a search was made yesterday. Floods Interfere with Local Traffic. The Burlington passenger train which runs Into thla city over ths Northern Pacific tracks has been an nulled today and may be pulled out of service several days. According \o late advices it h...

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

NOTORIOUS DANCE HALL PROPRIETOR CONVICTED •"Professor" V C. Freese, owner of the notorious dam ing academy ad- Joining the Stoikholm saloon on Mill street, was found guilty on two Counts hy Justice Hinkle In police court this morning and was fined tlflO €»n each count, the first count beitig for vagrnney and the second count for being a disorderly person. The trial Is the outcome of the raid on tbe academy last week, when Freese, his wife and the women em ployed In the establishment were ar- Irested after an Investigation by the ■ police of tbe charges made ln The Tress. Assistant Corporation Counsel Con nor put up a pood tight In prosecut ing the case for the city and Hon. Sam Wells, Frecse's lawyer, did the best he could for his employer. Mr. Wells gave notice of appeal from the decision. Mrs. Freese ls to be tried this afternoon, nnd the "girls" will stand trial ln a bunch nfter the case against Mrs. Freese Is finished. ln the trial yesterday "Professor" Freese took the stand in ...

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