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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 10 June 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. rauraomi max* stb. NO. 18-6. EAST ST. LOUIS NOW DESTROYED DV FLOOD 1. . • BT. Z.OUXS, June 10.—The entire I elty St. touts ls doomed. Be fore night every portion will be un der the torrent. Tifty thousand per sons will be rendered all hut helpless. Hearty aU will be homeless. Appeala from these this forenoon say that not less than 10,000 lives are Imperiled. ST. LOI'IS. June 10.—After a des perate but futile struggle against the greatest flood the city has ever been forced to combat Bast St. Louis Is this morning tn a woeful condition. Ten thousand persons are homeless find threatened with loss of life. Whole families nre penned up in gar rets or roofs. Two thousand who sought refuge In the school and church buildings are now prisoners nnd the city has appealed to St. Louis for aid. Many must be rescued ttiis morn ing. The water stands from three to thirty feet deep over all the east ern half of the city. Houses are Constantly weakening...

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. — 10 June 1903

t j The Spohane Press. •abllahed livery Evening Except Sunday by Tha Press Publishing Cm. ■«. . " SCRIPPS-McflAE PRESS SERVICE. One «»"t par copy, els cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or 13 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 Trout Arm. raajarat Kate. 378. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. ACDITORICM—Jessie Shirley Stock company In "In the Hnnds of the Knemy.** No Fixed Classes Here. Andrew Carnegie haa denied with great Indignation aa Insinuation tn London that he is a member of the "smart set" of New York and Liverpool Carnegie has been accused of almost everything In his time, but he never tjcfore protested with suoh heated vigor. And, as usual, when he talks Warmly, he had something to say. of substantial good sense. "In America, tnore than anywhere else," he said, "It Is 'three (fenerations from shirt sleeves to shirt sleeves.' There Is no single hereditary fo...

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. — 10 June 1903

CHARGES MADE AGAINST RIDPATH'S MANAGEMENT It developed this morning that the Sfclef wrangle at tbe meeting of the Stockholders in the Luclle Dreyfus ■Sine yesterday was over the matter Of the Thlerman faction assuming ♦heir share of obligation far the stock that was. forged by Broker Howard Kressly. Tlie Rldpath party attempt- Mt to bring about this arrangement, put failed, the result being that the t»o factions In the company jure even more apart than before. After the meeting the affidavits mentioned ln The Press Monday were fjtven out wherein stockholders af firm that a deal has been on for a long time for Colonel Rldpath and hts friend to gain control of the property, and that for a long time Colonel Rldpath has Insisted that all Was right as to the books of the com pany and has refused an Investiga tion of tlie books. Bernard 11. Miller's affidavit says, among other things: "1 understand that Colonel Rldpath took the man agement In his own hands, by what power I do not know. It...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 10 June 1903

4 WATER POWER COMPANY SPENDING THEIR MILLION The Washington Water Power i company bos already commenced to ! spend Its million dollars In the many Improvements Which It lias promised to Inaugurate this summer. Besides the Indiana avenue work, now well under way. and the Fast Sprague street loop which will soon be com pleted, they are putting In a new Switch at the Intoeseotion of Division street and Front avenue. With this improvement cars can be run from almost any part of the city to River- Depot Pickpockets. James Small of Napleton. S. D. has reported to the police that he was robbed of a purse •containing $110 at the Northern Pacific depot yesterday. Tlie Information of Mr. Small is the first report of the work of depot pickpockets in several days. It has been suggested to the po lice department that they change the officers detailed to the depots, and pee if some other policeman can not be quick enough In looking around to catch some of the "dips" who for Several weeks have had...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 11 June 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Tweoty-FlTe Clnto Per Maath. NO. 186. ASSASSINATE SERVIA'S KING AND QUEEN MAKE PRINCE KARA GEORGOYITCH KING rf- BUrtIABI, June 11.—merolutlon Broke out here at • o'clock thla anem ia*;. A military mob broke Into the royal palace end aaeaaalaatea King Alo»aa»or aad Queen Drags of Bjuln, aad proclaimed Prince Kara Oeorgo eltch, grandson of the famous "Black George," king. Premier Blaaar, Col onel atarkovttca, commander of the king's guard, and their wires, BTlke doxo, the queen's brother, two sisters •f the king and It men of the gaapaa were also assassinated. ASSASSINATED. BELGRADE, June 11.—King Alex ander and Queen Draga were assassi nated during a military revolution which broke out at I o'clock thla morning In the atreeta of Belgrade. A proclamation was posted ln the streets shortly afterward stating that their majesties had been shot. This morning trouble was precipi tated by King Alexander's high hand edness under the influence of the queen. Public opinion, es...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 11 June 1903

5 THe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Co. SCRIPPSMcRAE PRESS SERVICE. On* cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or IS gar year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor er tardy delivery to the office. 818 Pros* At*. rri.phone again 97S> Postotte* Bos 4, OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Al'DlTOßlt'M—Jessie Shirley Stock rompnny in "Only a Country Gh-1." A Doctor on Morals. In a recent address at St. P.uil before a medical society, r>r. R. S. Perry thus compares the morals of the orientals with the morals of this country: ■'If the truth were known, husbands of New York and Chicago, and all our large cities indulge secretly not only in plural wives, but ln thrice the wives of these so-called degraded peoples. The Mohammedan is true to his plaral wives, yet many of our men are untrue to thrice the Mohammedan's number." Suppose this Is true? And to some ex...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 11 June 1903

CLOSING SCENES IN THE BIG GAMBLING PALACES •> 'Tls midnight's holy hour, and si lence now ls brooding lilke a gentle spirit o'er the still and i pulseless world." ' Tims warbled a chevalier of the late gambling game ln Spokane short ly after midnight this morning when the legislative quietus had been put on the games and he stood on How evrd street outside one of tho places irhere games had once run riot. Jlj the barroom of the Club a few Wf the followers of the game were elnging "Should auld acquaintance be forgot," and someone switched off on the sentiment that Spokane would be In the hands of the pawnbrokers In < "The good old summer time." The games were shut down ln the tour big places promptly at midnight. [Syith the exception of tho last hour or two there had been little play during the evening. As the fateful hour drew nigh, however, patronage picked aip through the arrival of the Curious who wauted to be an onlook er at the closing scenes. There waa Smother class, not...

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

ft 150 CAR LOADS 1 RAILS ENROUTE Officials of the new Coeur d'Alene A Spokane Street Railway company have notified the city commissioners that 150 carloads of rails nnd ma terials for the new line is en route to this city from Pueblo, Col., and a request has been made that the city officials immediately give permission for the construction of a temporary apur striking the O. R. & N. tracks at Napa street and Olive avenue, on the school section, in order that a .place for temporarily disposing of the freight may be provided. Attorney Belden. on behalf of the street railway company, called at the city hall today and said that among the cars coming were nine new pass enger coaches, which are to be used ln the three trains to ply between this city and Coeur d'Alene. There are also 20 new freight cars. En gines to draw the different trains are to arrive at the same time. The rest Sporting News. Won. Lost. P.C. Los Angeles 33 17 660 Seattle 30 19 612 Butte 27 20 674 Spokane ...28 21 6...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 12 June 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Clnts Per Month. minon MAxar m. NO. 187. KING AND QUEEN ARE BURIED IN PIT LOJfftON. June 12. — Reuter tgency'B Belgrade correspondent as •erts that King Alexander and Queen Draga were burled secretly ln the old cemetery of Bt. Mark between 1:80 Snd 8 o'clock this morning. The Evening Star's Belgrade cor respondent wlreg that the bodies of Alexander and Draga were burled In a pit early this morning at Bakoifttza is a mark of Ignominy. The bodies of the royal couple's relatives and murdered statesmen were thrown ln on top of them and the earth waa filled In. WASHINGTON. June 12—Secre tary of the Legation Wilson at Athena sent the following cablegram to the Stato department last night from Athens: "No new Servian king officially pro rlson there refused to obey the man dates of the new ministry. VIENNA, June 12.—The Neu Press claimed. National assembly decides Monday." » New Lumber Mill. A lumber mill to cost $100,000 will t)e erected In Morgan's addition n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 12 June 1903

1» TKe SpoKane Press. t*ubl!sbed ltvery Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Co. •CRIPPSMcRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week.'twenty-five cents per month or »» far year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all casee of pool e» tardy delivery to the office. we m»« Aye. (Telephone mta STB. focteffiee Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY I»APER. ArDITOR.IV>.!—-Jessie Shirley Stock company ln "Only & Country Girl." He Died Like a Man. There Is much of heroism In our everyday Ufa that goes unnoted. Let us gather up and print and study and admire what wo can. Here is a beautiful Instance: ,„ Nathan Morris was a brilliant and cultivated Jewish lawyer of Indlan n polls who was burned to death recently in trying to rescue the family of his sister from a burning house. The salient facts are gathered from a memorial adopted at tho B'Nal Brlth convention recently held ln Cleveland, Ohio. "Nathan Morris was on the thre...

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

WILL BUILD FINEST HOTEL IN THE WORLD NKW TOKK. June 12.—The time, t»f the New York Central road for the Vacation by tenants of the property In the streets adjacent to the rail road yards expired today and as soon as the demolition of the present houses Is finished work will be com-, menred on the new $20,000,000 ter minal. More than 100 brown stone houses, apartment buildings and churches are to be rased, and the re sult will be a complete transforma tion of the large area bounded by Lex ington and Madison avenues and For ty-fifth and Fifty-first streets. TO CUT KALISPEL OFF THE RAILROAD The Or, .it Northern Is perfecting Its plana for the construction of Its $2,- --000,000 cutoff from Columbia Falls. Mont., to Jennings, Mont., as first an nounced ln Th* Preaa. The dlstanoa Is 100 miles and wtll throw the main line north of Its present location, avoiding the heavy grades and cut ting Kalispell off the main line. Through the protests of the cltl gens of Kalispell the work has been de...

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

4 SPOKANE LOANS MONEY TO EASTERN BANKS There is no surer Indication of the growth and prosperity of a city than the condition of Its national banks, and the statements Just called for from the national banks by the comp troller of the currency show that Spokane Is enjoying a most prosper ous year. The Spokane ft Beaten Trust com pany's report for conditions nt the close of business June I stiows that MILLWORKERS' STRIKE BY NO MEANS SETTLED The BllllWOrkers are very Indig nant this morning over a statement to the effect that the strike ls as good as settled and that the mill owners have won. Judging from the number of striking mlllworkers who attended this morning's meeting at Central Labor hall the strike ls as far from reaching a settlement as when It began. A few of the strikers have returned to work, having been offered a little extra Inducement by the millmen. but the majority of the men still out ex Sporting' News. Won. Lost. PC. IVoa Angeli ■ 83 is M 7 Seattle 30 19 111 rtutte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 13 June 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. minon mab» its. NO.IBB. DECREPIT OLD MAN STARTS HOT CHASE George Sehurtz, apparently n de crepit old man, was arrested this morning on the charge of attempting g serious offense against a 10-year-old daughter of I.ouis Qatewood of 247 Ferry fwenue. Bchufts was pounced upon by peo ple living ln the neighborhood of Gatewood's home and after under going rough treatment was held until the police patrol wagon arrived. Only the calmer Judgment of some of his captors prevented his being thrown into the swift current of the river. At the police station Bchurtz cre ated the most excitement connected with his arrest. He was regarded as almost helpless and wss stood up ln the corner like a wooden Indian while Chief Woydt and the other officials went into the front room to attend to two younger and more vigorous prls- Strictly Enforce the Sprinkling Law. The board of public works Issued explicit orders to the Aye water In spectors today that the wa...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 13 June 1903

s The SpoKane Press. rnbtlaheel atyery ■rawing Kaeept On miss by The Press Publishing cm •CRIPPSMcRAB FftKSa SERVICE. Owe rent per copy, era cents per week, twenty-live cents per month or It fear year, delivered by carrier. Ho free copies. ambecrlnere wtll confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poos e>r tardy delivery to the office. •at Front Ace. ■Telephone MA la 9TB. aToetotlee Bos 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. AHDITORI I'M—Jessie Shirley Stock company In "Only a Country Girl." The Width of a Smile. This Is a statistical age. Everything ls reduced to the average of figures. An Englishman of scientific tastes has devoted himself to the statistics of smiles. On an average, he says, a woman's mouth stretches half an Inch, tempo rarily, each time she smiles. Allowing her 36 smiles a day, her smile ca pacity for 2 4 hours is 18 inches. In the course of a year her face would have been wreathed ln 182 yards of aunny smiles. Very good. But what ef the variations?. There are some w...

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

WOODMEN DIVIDED ON INSURANCE QUESTION INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.. June 13.— I Cssrlng -the canting week the eyes or 1 ■flt.ooo mer.itwrs of the Modern Wood iren of America will be turned toward : thla city, when; the head camp of tits order will be In thirteenth aniu>l geaelon. The advance guard of del- i Cgates, Including most of the nstion- : hi officers, arrived today nnd the big rush will be on In earnest by tomor- j TOW night. The great central queatlon to be I fought out In the copventlon—one that ls likely to result ln prolonged nnd heated discussion nnd possibly I Baltimore Saengerfest. BALTIMORE, Md., June 13.—In] addition to tho many excursion trains and steamers arriving today bearing sinking societies and visitors to the twentieth triennial saengerfest of the Northeastern Saengerbund, all the regular trains were crowded to their fullest capacity. In addition to the societies thero ls the largest attend ance of visitors ever known on any Occasion ln this city. The week will be...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 13 June 1903

* SPORTING NEWS. Won. Lost. P.C, Los Angeles 34 18 654 Seattle 30 10 600 Bpokane 30 21 688 Butts 28 20 683 Ban Francisco 24 27 471 Tacoma 21 29 420 Portland 17 32 347 Helena 15 32 319 And Jimmy St. Vram got his yes terday. Cheer np. Jimmy, you're not Ibe first out? —nor the last one. The lay was perfect for the Spokane learn. A glance over the weather record shows that most of the locale' hard games have been won on just auch a day. The Indians offered upon the altar one Billy Dammann, South- Bnw, and when he was trotted out against the muchly-touted Jimmy, the fans groaned. But St. Vram wasn't •jo much. The war clubs of the In dians found him for a continual ses sion of pig-leaguers, which they dropped just out of the Infield. Gar rett's savages are fine tmtdhorsea all right and long flies end Texas leaguers all looked alike. "Big Turk" McKlhhen's little band of show tigers couldn't get to the Short tiles passed along by the In dians. The way Billy Dammann htid of letting down the ...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 15 June 1903

ONE CENT PER COPT Twenty-Five Clnts Per Month. nunon mazy are. NO. 189. 500 ARE KILLED BY A CLOUDBURST PORTLAND, Ore., June 15.—A cloudburst at Heppner, Lexington and lone, CWe.. is reported with big losses of llfe~and property. Three hundred are missing at Heppner. Before the cloudburst a heavy wind and rain storm kept the Inhabitants Indoors. Shortly after B o'clock a cloudburst in Willows creek above the town and turned the small stream In to a rushing torrent. The people were unable to hear the rush of the on coming water because of the win* and rain. The flood swept through the resi dence portion of the town, taking houses and buildings of all kinds with It. The people had no warning and were unable to even get out of doors. This morning bodies were found scattered all the way to Lexington, a distance of 16 miles. The business section of the town Is flooded but no buildings were de stroyed. Ip to 1 o'clock tills morning 105 DREYFOS MINE LIENS HAVE REEN CANCELLED The directors o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 15 June 1903

f THe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Co. SCRIPPS-McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, fix cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or $». per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases oi poor ar tardy delivery to the office. mm Tvom* It*. tTelspnon. again S7S, foetotao* Bos 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. AI'DITORH'M—"BIue Grass of Old Kentucky." Iff* >,„ NATATORII M PARK—Vaudeville. Charges Admission to Church. The Rev. B. B. Tyler nf South Broadway Christian church of Denver has adopted the novel plan of charging an admission fee of 10 cents to tlie Sunday evening services at his church. He says the experiment has worked well. One effect was to raise the Collections from $20 to $150. Women are stationed at the entrances and hold the communion plates for the small tribute. And why not? There is ns good reason why persons should enjoy expensive music nnd a lecture by a ma...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 15 June 1903

SETTLER RATES TO RE DISCONTINUED Official announcement ls made by the Great Northern, Northern Pad- Do and Burlington roads that to 4ay the settler or reduced one-way rates to all points west of St. Paul will be withdrawn, and for the bal ance of the year It is not expected there will be any reduced fares for this class of travel to any of the northwestern states. The decision was arrived at yes terday in St. Paul, and ls due entire ly to the lack of patronage on the Settler trains nt this season of the year. In fact, for the past 30 days there has been no settler travel nt Kmand while It was expected at this of the lines that the rates would Observes the Feast of Corpus Christ!. Gonzaga oollego nnd St. Alnyslus Observed tho feast of Corpus Christ) yesterday by elaborate exercises, fully 1600 persona participating In the pageant The high celebrant waa Ut Rev. J. B, Brondell, bishop of Helena, assisted by Rtiv. Fathers Ferland and beKanter, Following a brief service In the Church the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 15 June 1903

4 MYSTERIOUS MEN'S ACTIONS CAUSE ALARM The pot lot are trying to solve the •problem of two strange men who for three nights have been annoying the household of John A. Finch, 2:140 First avenue. Mr. Finch has become alarmed at the persistence of the Intruders and fears they are planning the looting of the premises. }Ils report sent to the police Is that they are very sus picious looking, and that on Friday night when the coachman ran them away each of the men had a bright object In his hand that flashed under the rays of a nearby electric light. 'The men have been seen about the back door and even ofi the front porch, having been frightened from the latter position by one of the aervants. The Finch home stands on a slight eminence on First avenue, and Is the largest house on the avenue. The boldness of the men is the more re markable because their strange ac tions could lie seen by neighbors for several blocks down the avenue. W. B. Barre, a resident of Fair- Held, has reported to t...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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