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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 16 June 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. nunnn max* are, HO. 190. A SCENE OF DESOLATION KBPPBBB, Tl* lone, Ore., Jua* 16. •—The entire atate of Oregon and many oltles In other parte of the northwest are ruahlng supplies to Btrlokon gteppner. The railway track* and bridge* are gone and ravin.* are flooded, "" vtM t aa entrance difltentt. The number of dead la now plaoed. at 300. The teller work enter* at lon*, from whloh point undertaker* are leaving for the acene. Th* b'odiea ao far recovered number 188. Xeppner la almost entirely demol ished. Portion* of housas, brnsh, logs and dead bodlea encumber the creek* 'and street*. There waa no loss of Ufa at Lexing ton, although the property damage la heavy.. Tools fox burying* dead are scarce and henoe many willing hands are Idle. There la no way of getting Into the town except by wagon ox on horaeback. Th* rati* are twisted like rope. Every available horse ta preesed Into ««rvlc» to carry tool* and auppUee to the strloken district ...

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. — 16 June 1903

f THe SpoKane Press. fubttshed Every Evening Except Sunday by Th* Press Publishing C* SCRIPPS-McRASJ PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, ata cents per week, twenty-five oenta per month or U per year, delivered by aarrler. No free copies •v heart be re will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poof •r tardy delivery to the office. •10 Front Are. telephone aCeta art. Eoatofflc* Boa 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. ArntTOßlT'M—"Blue Grass of Old Kentucky." NATATORU M PARK—Vaudeville. Two Pictures. "Black and White," the illustrated London magazine, prints two pictures, each an antithesis of the other. The pictures are reproductions of actual photographs. One ls the picture of Edward VII. receiving an address by the lord provost of Glasgow. The king sits on a dais, with the queen beside him and courtiers gathered about. The provost, an aged man o< distinguished appearance, presents the address on bended knee. The other picture ls that of President Roosevelt making- a speech to a we...

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

REPORT IS MADE TO , POSTMASTER GENERAL ' WASHINGTON, Juffe 1«. — The Civil service commission this morning tn Its report to Postmaster General Payne relative to the Irregularities ln appointments In the postoffice depart ment and the Washington city post office finds there have been violations of regulations ln transfer from out side offices to this city of persons not entitled to civil service positions. It says that most of the Irregular ities set forth were directed, request- Claims Bridges on Howard St. Are Safe City Engineer A. F. GUI has replied to a statement made by C. E. Fowler, president ot the Puget Sound Bridge cV Dredge company, to the effect that the bridges on Howard street sre not safe. Engineer QUI has completed a careful inspection of the bridges and Bays they are plenty strong to sustain the weight for which they were built. , Officials at the city hall explain Mr. bowler's criticism by saying that he Is a very young man, and doubtless wants to make a name for him...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 16 June 1903

4 WASHOUT TIES UP ALL TRAINS The Northern Pacific. Which was tied up sll day yesterdwy from a dis astrous washout ai Columbus, Mont., expects to have everything again |n good shape and trains traveling on their usual schedule today. A cloudburst Bt Oolnrmbus waslnod out s 130-foot bridge and tore up the roadbed for a considerable distance. A bridge to be used temporarily Was hastily constructed on the site of the old one and a swarm of workmen have been ru sited to the Scene with an entire wtecklng equip ment, prepared to construct a bridge with all the science nf modern meth ods The disaster has not only de layed Northern Pacific trains, but the I SOME DIFFGULTY IN ARRANGING DOCKET The trial nf the case* against Louis (Albert Feel, Charged with theft from the Northport smelter, is cutting some figure with the special criminal term of the superior court for this County. The trial of the first Feel case will commence before Judge Richardson at Colvllle next Monday, end the question h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 17 June 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Fire Cents Per Month. nxomoira max* am NO. 191. MARTIAL LAW HAS BEEN PROCLAIMED ' HEPPNER, Ore., June 17 —Martial law has been declared. A relief train from Walla Walla is expected this afternoon with foods and coffins. The latter are most needed. Many bodies are unburled. Two hundred and "fourteen bodies have been recovered. For 12 miles down Willow creek there are piles of debris, and all are Bupposed to contain bodies. Principal efforts nre centered on clearing the town, but small parties are working along the creek and dis covering bodies every little while. DEPRESSING SCENES. It is at the morgue that the most depressing scenes take place. The bodies are brought ln covered with mud, grass and water wreckage. There ls always ln attendance the throng of grief-stricken persons who are awaiting news of loved ones, all anxious to peer Into the face of the dead as quickly as the mud can bo washed from the features. The scenes following Identification are heart...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 17 June 1903

f TKe SpoKane Press. (hibitched Every evening Except Sunday by The iTees Publishing Co. SCRIPPSMcRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents 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 •r tardy delivery to the office. SIS Front At*. Tel.phon. Mats T. 78. Postolß.ee Bos «. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. AUDITORIUM—"BIue Grass of Old Kentucky/ NATATORICM PARK—Vaudeville. Lily Blahe Scolds. There's Lilly Deveroaux Blake. Lilly permits no occasion ln which the rights of women are even remote- Replying to the allegation—founded on well settled phenomena—that Replying the allegation—founded on well settled phenomena—that women are prone to get off the cars the wrong way and thus take a tumble, Lilly says "it's Just Adam's excuse." She writes to the Brooklyn Kagle to say so. Illogically, but perhaps unconsciously. Lilly employs the Adam habit which she so deprecates and lays al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 17 June 1903

im of Dum i path or i nil oonaiA KALKABKA, Mich., June 17. — ZiOng agony ta the McKnight case ta over and tha wretched woman stands the self-confessed murderess of John Murphy, her brother, hla wife, Ger trude, and their Innocent Infant. After so long stolidly protesting her inno cence, Mrs. Mc Knight, unable to stand the strain of her trying posi tion and overburdened by the wetght of guilt and remorse, has admitted that she administered the strychnine to the 111-fated Murphys and sent them to their final account. The confession was made to Pros ecuting Attorney Ernest C. Smith, who, from a slight clue, has, wltn bull dog tenacity, stuck to his orig inal theory that Mrs. Mcknight was the guilty person, snd to him was made the confession that she was the perpretrator of one of the most hor rible crimes that has erer stained the annals of Michigan. . When her limit of endurnnoc had teen reached she was glad to re lieve her mind and told the prose cutor she wanted to tell him all. She...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 17 June 1903

4 ELKS PREPARING TU HAVE A GUOU TIME Oood news for the Klks was re ceived today by J. W. Hill, city pass enger agent of the Northern Pacific. For a while It was thought that the St. Louis flood would cause a con siderable delay in the travel to Balti more, but the advices today state that all trains nre operating on their Usual schedule of time. It Is also stated the Baltimore F.lks are making grand preparations for the July carnival. The latest ntrange ment is for n unique outing mwt nati feast nt Love Point. 30 miles from i No Garbage Dumped In Hangman Creek. Dr. Newman of the city health de partment was seen this morning re garding a communication said to have been sent to the city council by Mayor Boyd, stating that garbage had been dumped tn Hangman creek by parties who had permits from the health de partment. "Mayor Boyd Is wrong." said Dr. Newman, "but I don't believe any such a communication went to th"*" council, and. furthermore, I don't be lieve garbage ls being dumped In...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Twtnty-FiYe Cents Per Month. WO. th. MAYOR BOYD PRAISES BOARD Mayor Boyd wishes to be under stood as not criticizing the present members of the board of public works tn his Interview published fn The Prese yesterday. "I wish the public to understand," said Mayor Boyd this morning, "that In my efforts to reorganize the board ef city commissioners I mean no re flection on any of the members of the present board, all of whom are honest, conscientious officials. My sole desire Is to strengthen the boanT ky placing thereon a man for street commissioner who possesses excep tional qualifications for that kind of work and to put ln a clerical man for secretary. The salary has never been sufficient to secure the services of a civil engineer for this position before, and now that the salary is to be raised sufficiently to secure the services of such a man I consider it a plain business proposition to do so If possible. "That ts what a corporation or large business firm would...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 18 June 1903

I TKe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press. Fubllshls* Oav •CRIPPS-MeRAE PRESS SERVICE. Oa oent war eog»y, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month at »» fSST year, 4«liv*r«d by carrier. No free copies. gatasßribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all fSSSS at pees Sv tardy delivery to the office. SSS Tttt* Awe. M«pk«H Stela art). Peetotße. Bos 4, OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. AI'DITORU M—Shirley Stock company in "Our Boys." NATATORII M PARK—Vaudeville. Walking Delegate Was a Traitor. Samuel Parka, a prominent walking delegate of New Tork, ls ln the toils. Because, in the language of the street, he "always had his mlt out." Evidently he had been quite successful. He was on the point of leav ing for Europe when arrested. ' This unconscionable scoundrel who posed as the guardian and champion Of labor was a veritable Benedict Arnold to its cause. He was able to order strikes in order that he might have blatckmatl, #r to terminate them for a bribe. A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 18 June 1903

PUT ALL CONTRACTORS ON THE UNFAIR LIST Tha carpenters and mtllwerkers' tlstrlet council at laat night s meet ing decided not to extend the boycott to all the mills where the men are but, but to put all contractors on the unfair list who patronise any of the boycotted mills- A day waa fixed after Which If any contractor deals with the boycotted mills he will be mark-' ed as an enemy to organised labor. This means that no union man will work for him, no difference what trade he may follow. The burden of the fight now on be Petty Robberies Committed Last Night Among the robberies that occurred yesterday ' and last night Were Mfc following: Charles Mentsal's grocery store, 6M Glass avenue, Lldgerwood park, brok en Into. Clock stolen from H. Llchtwerk, an engineer In the employ of the Johnson Shingle Mill company. Grip containing a suit .of clothes Stolen from A. B. fjearle, who had left the property ln a barn near Sprague avenue and Division Sfreet. Bicycle stolen from H. M. Oross of 17...

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

4 THREE MEN SENTENCED TO THE PENITENTIARY • Three more men were sent to tlie State penitentiary at Walla Walla this morning by Judge Richardson. One was James Morgan, convicted by a Jury of burglary. In spite of a plea for leniency, the court sentenced him to four years. Morgan's pal. Charles Brady, got off with an easier sentence by entering s plea of guilty and will go to Walla Walla for one year and Six months. J. W. Cross, on a plea of larceny from the parson, was sent to tlie care of the penitentiary warden for a year and a half. John De Versle said that he had been guilty of embeneling at Cheney. TAKE UP PROBLEM OF HANDLING CRIBS Mayor Boyd said this morning that In a very few days he and the board of city commissioners will take up the problem of handling the Front avenue cribs. The msyor haß delay ed this matter because of the attack of rheumatism from which he has been suffering for two weeks past-. it is his desire to personally visit the section to be improved. Friends of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 19 June 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. nunon mass m. NO. 193. TEAMSTERS WANT MR. DANIEL'S SCALP Members of the teamsters' union are after the scalp of Joe Daniel, city foreman of streets. They charge that Daniel has not been "square" in divid ing out city work. A committee from the union called lit the city hall last night and made complaint to some of the members of the council. Tt was decided by them to prefer their charges in regular form a\id ask the council to removo Daniel at the noxt meeting. A petition hag already been circu lated by those opposing Foreman Daniel, and a long list of signatures has been obtained. The fight against Daniel Is of long duration, and is said to have origi nated In the Federal Labor union, a labor organization in which Mr. De Versie Is Sent to Medical Lake. By order of Judge Richardson. John De Versie was today sent to the state hospital at Medical Lake. He Is the young man who yesterday pleaded guilty to embezzlement at Cheney. Ha was rema...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 19 June 1903

I The SpoKane Press. ffNiWished Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Oa. BCRIPPS McRAS. PRESS SERVICE. 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 eonfsr a favor by promptly reporting ail rests of poor Se* tardy delivery to the office. «c rm* m tiitptM, Btu art, >"■*»•■■ Max 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. ACDITORICM—ShirIey Stock company in "Our Boys * NATATORIVM PARK—Vaudeville. A Lesson in Trust Methods. Here is a little example of what a trust can do. In the east side of New York there are about a thousand small trades sneu who sell ice. In a way they are the friends of the poor, for they sell In very small quantities. It is possible to buy a penny's worth of Ice at some of these little shops. The ice trust sold ice to these small tradesmen at 11.51 a ton. They retailed It at 17% cents a hundred pounds. When waste is considered this is not excessive. The trust decided that the...

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

SERIOUS PROBLEM IS CONFRONTING BOARD The city board of education is fac ing the serious problem of some of the best teachers In the city school System going to Seattle, where they Sre offered 10 months of teaching In stead of the nine months that pre vail In Spoknne. Furthermore, the principals of the different city schools have held a tneetirTg and appointed a committee to call on the board of education and Ssk that the school year be increased to 10 months. The committee appointed to call on the board has completed Its work. Principal F. V. Yeager of the Garfield School and Principal W. K. Jackson of tlwf Irving school are the commit tee who htve called on the board. In presenting their arguments, the Committee state that additional month would mean more lay to the teachers and more satisfy lory feel ing among the teachers, i It would also, they argue. |wer fall tires among the pupt"r?rw(| isslng ex aminations, because, wit« 4 t increas ing the course of study. It .vould give the ...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 19 June 1903

-4 PREPARE PICTURES FOR FAIR EXHIBIT The walls of the rooms occupied t»y the chamber of commerce will soon be adorned by some flnV photographic works produced by W. J. Carpenter, who has recently come to Spokane. Carpenter is one of the few men in the country who can turn out an ex tended landscape picture made up of many individual plate views, so fine ly joined that It nppenrs like one photograph. Carpenter intends settling perma nently In Spokane and will prepare for the world's fnlr rommlttec orf the chamber of commerce a series of mm nras Won. Lost. P.C. Los Angeles 37 19 661 Spokane S4 22 607 Butte 32 22 593 Health 31 23 574 Ban Francisco 26 31 456 Tacoma 22 33 400 Portland 19 15 352 Helena II 14 14* The sea-faring people from Golden Gate bay so far have not maile a very great success of their piratical voy age to raid the shores of the In dians. Yesterday they were scalped, whipped, beaten and defeated. And their scalps are the prettiest orna ments In the Indians' clubhouse. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 20 June 1903

ONE CENT PER COPT TwMty-rhre Centi Per Heath. NO. 194. AGREE ON PLAN TO AVERT ALL STRIKES ' 'An effort Is Being made by the I chamber of commerce to secure a settlement of the mlllworkers* strike. 'A committee from that body, headed by President Ooodal, attended a meeting of the csrpenters' union last night In an effort to secure their co operation in bringing about a settle ment. President Goodal addressed the carpenters, pointing out the evil re sults to the city of the constant agi tation of labor matters, and especial ly of the pending strike. He lament ed the publicity which the labor situ ation in Spokane has obtained, point ing out Its effect on trade and build ing operations. Criminal Docket Clear Until July. There will be no criminal depart ment business In Spokane county un til the 9th of next month, Judge Richardson going to Stevens county to try cases, among them being thoi against Peel of Northport smelter; matte charges. The Arst case to be tried here next month will b...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 20 June 1903

t THe SpoKane Press. e*ubllsned Every evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Co. SCRIPPSMcRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, sis cents per week, twenty-live cents per month or II per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting ail easee of poor Or tardy delivery to the office. •It rront In T.l.phon. Main S7O. Foetofflo. Bos 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Al'DlTOßll'M—Shirley Stock company in "Our Boys. 1 * N AT A TOR II T M PARK—Vaudeville. Giving to Good Roads. E. H. BarrlmaW, the capitalist, has given SSO.QQO toward the construction of good roods In Orange county, New York. That's sensible. This country Is fairly well off now-a-days so far as schools of higher education and libraries are concerned. As to the good roads, we lag behind the world. Europeans have followed the fine example of the Romans, the great mad and aqueduct constructors. In this respect we hare followed the bar barians who made no great highways. The lack ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 20 June 1903

m rto n n« m to i euro. BINQHAMTON, June JO.—Sitting-; Wt a room In the hospital of Dannr bemra prison awaiting the week of Inly f, when she will be electrocut es!, la Mre. Kate Taylor of Center s/file, N. V., who on the night of Jan- Mary 27 committed one of the most horrible crimes in the history of the State. Mrs. Taylor's first husband was •aimed De Ksy and by him she had a daughter. Twelve years ago she married Lafayette Taylor. .From the first there was a dis pute as to which was the head of the bouse. Before his marriage Taylor isrus known among his neighbors as a good-natured, harmless farmer Whose habit of drink was his worst gault. After his wedding with Mrs. DeKay lie seemed changed—lost what friends he had—and Ills dissipation Increased. As an illustration of his wife's un governable temper, the Instance is cited that while on the farm at Cen terville Station Taylor came home drunk and went to sleep In the barn. His wife finding him, in a fit of an- Sjer set Are to the s...

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

t STUDENTS WIN HONORS AT GONZAGA COLLEGE The sixteenth scholastic year of Oonsaga college closed yesterday. There were no graduates this year, but the following named alumni re ceived the degree of M. A.: Rev. James Q. Cunningham. A. 8., '88; Richard J. O'Shen. A. 8.. 97; John B, Jones, A. 8.. '00; James O. Henaghan. A. 8., ttj and John H. O'Shea, A. 8., •01. Honorary certificates were given to Fred J. Cameron, William I. Chase. Alfred J. Costello. John L. Moloney. John K. Slorah. Thomas Smith. Ray mond J. Tilliscli and Joseph Halm. Medals for conduct and application were received by R. J. McKiernan and A. J. Oehrea. Medals for highest general average were awarded to Edmund P. Twohy, Albert I. Kulser. Joseph A. Spacek, William B. McFarland, John C. Me- Weymouth Returns. City Commissioner F. P. Wey mouth is home from the annual meet ing of the grand lodge of Masons in Beattle. The commissioner was roundly "jollied" by his brother commission ers who have hud to face the water kickers ...

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