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

ONE CENT PER COPY I Twenty-Five Cents Per Month, WO. 195. THREE KILLED AND SEVERAL INJURED IN A WRECK OF RUNAWAY FREIGHT CARS 'A coal-laden freight train of 50 Cars standing on the Hillyard siding Broke loose this morning about 4 o'clock and ran down grade on the Spokane Falls & Northern tracks to the site of the old Spokane Falls * Northern station at Division street, where the tracks end. The acquired momentum sent the cars crashing along North River avenue, demolish ing a double story and a half house, killing one of Its Inmates, injuring several others, wrecking the Crystal laundry and piling the street high with debris and wreckage. Bead! Xfcmer Sloe, aged IS, son of James BBSS. Two unknown tramps, supposed to be E. St. Bunt aad John Hendershott. Injured! ▼tola Sloe, severely. Mrs. Lillian Ball, slightly. I Irene Meyers, ana broken. O. Daniels, tramp, severely. TWO BODIES FOUND. The cars are supposed to have been turned loose by disgruntled tramps. They reached the terminal...

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. — 22 June 1903

I The SpoKane Press, Pablisbsl Beery fltve&lng Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Oa •CRIPPS-MeRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or t* Sar year, delivered ky carrier. No free copies Subscribers win confer a favor by promptly reporting an cases of poor Mr tardy delivery to the office. «• rresr* Ava. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. SPOKANE—Mary Mannering In ,- The Stubbornness of Geraldine." AUDITORIUM—ShirIey Stock company in "The Deacon's Daughter." NATATORIUM PARK—Vaudeville. Here and There. Servia and Kentucky: A comparison of the motives and methods of the assassins of these two Countries is Immeasurably favorable to Servia. The Servian assassins went about their work boldly and gave their chlci victim a chance to sign a paper and save his life before they killed him. The Breathitt county feudist* hide behind bushes to shoot their foet in the back or conceal themselves in buildings and kill without warning. In Servia there waa some ...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 June 1903

HIGH PRICED HAY MAY CAUSE BOYCOTT / The Teamßters and Team Ownera" Association Is planning to buy hay and grain supplies direct from the ranchers in carload lots—owing to al leged unfair treatment of the mem bers of the association by the whole- Sale grain and hay merchants of this city. "Our association has more than $2000 in the treasury," satd a promt tent member yesterday, "and at the ist meeting it was agreed that un less the wholesalers will come to a definite understanding with us as to tho percentage of profit they are to Charge, we shall buy all of the prov ender direct from the rancher. Hay for some time has been at a price that is simply exorbitant, owing partly to the heavy profits thut the st______________ - j Short Line Deal. NEW YORK. Juno 22.—1n railroad Snd financial circles it is expected that the deal between Senator Clark snd X H. Harrlman, by which the San Pedro road Is to acquire 450 miles of the Oregon Short Line, will be closed In New York within' a day or tw...

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

f # S. F. & N. HEADQUARTERS TO REMAIN IN SPOKANE The squabble between Marcus and Morthport as to which should get the headquarters of the Spokane Falls st Northern has been settled finally. Neither town will be made the bend quarters, but Spokane retains them. Assistant General Manager George T. Slade has ordered that room must be made In the Great Northern in this city and that Northport should .not be used. This change was contemplated When It was decided to make a new division on the Great Northern ex tending from Troy" on the east to BOX CURTAINS TO BE REMOVED Mayor Boyd Bald today that the floors and curtains must be taken off the doors of boxes in saloons and places where women are employed, no difference whether the ordinance re quiring the removal of the doors and curtains Is passed or not. Said the mayor: "It Is time these evils were re moved from Spokane. Furthermore, I believe the proprietors of places where there are such boxes who de sire to be law-abiding citizens ...

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

ONE CENT PER COPT TWtstj JFtnCntt h^llwt, NO. 196. DR. BULL INJURED BY RUNAWAY TEAM By the overturning of a carriage near Mlnftehaha last night and the subsequent running away of the team drawing the vehicle 'Rev. Dr. .William L. Bull, philanthropist and general missionary of the Episcopal Church for this diocese; Dr. Jean Christie Chandler, a prominent wom an physician; Miss Julia P. Bailey, principal of Brunot hall, and Mrs. Sherman, one of the leading members of the Episcopal church, living on First avenue opposite the Washing ton school, were all Injured, and the team was struck by a Great Northern train and ao badly hurt that both horses had to be killed. It was only by a miracle that every one In the party was not killed. Luckily for an Instant after the car riage had ovei turned, throwing out its occupants, the team of thorough bred horses did not become frighten ed, giving the occupants of the buggy time to untangle themselves. The next lnttant the animals were off in a mad ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 23 June 1903

t The SpoKane Press. 1 rsMtshed Bvery Braatag feces** Sunday by Ths Press PuMssßtrsj OS f ■CftIPPSMaRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent par copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscriber, will confer a favor by promptly reporting all oases St goes gS* tardy delivery to the office. gis Prost Asa, »iitfn Boa 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. SPOKANE—Mary Mannerlng in "The Stubbornness of Geraldine." Al'DtTOßHTM—Shirley Stock company In "The Deacon's Daughter." KATATORICM PARK—Vaudeville. Boyd Making a Good Record. Mayor Boyd ia to be congratulated for his efforts to Improve the moral tone of the city. Although in office scarcely a month, that month has witnessed wonderful Jb.nigra in Spokane. Assisted by a fortunate conjunction of a, competent police department, gealoua public officials and favorable laws, the past 30 days have seen the Stoppage of street walking, the removal of disreputable women from busi ness blocks, the suppressio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 23 June 1903

9ELEWARE MOB BURNS NEGRO AT THE STAKE ■j WILMINGTON. Del., June IS.— (Jeorge F. White, a negro. Jdst out . »f the workhouse, who was charged With having assaulted and stabbed to. death Miss Helen S. Bishop, the IT-, .year-old daughter of Rev. Dr. K. A. Ulshop. was burned at the stake by ' g mob last night within a few miles pf Mason and Dixon's line. The crime was committed last Monday Afternoon and after the capture of the negro there were numerous threats of lynching. -ti The mob of 4000 men and bSys Stras led by a Virginian. The doors Young Hero Baits Sleeping Burglar. "Hurgtars, police, help! Telephone for the police!" Those were the words, yelled In a high treble, which roused the resi dents in the vicinity of Lincoln street and Fourth avenue at midnight Sun day morning. They came from the upper story of the house on the cor ner of the thoroughfares mentioned and were screamed from the throat of a young man roomer In the house. Those responding to the call look ed up a 'phone a...

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

ft NO MORE BODIES FOUND IN DEBRIS OF WRECK One of the bodies at the morgue, n Victim of yesterday's wreck disaster at the Division street crossing of the S. F. & N., was positively identi fied this morning as that of a casual worker at the Great Northern shops at Hillyard known as Bill Thomas. The men who Identified the remains Were C. C. Persons of 316 Riverside avenue and Albert Hegstrom of 1432 Clark street. They told Morguekorpi'r Smith that they knew nothing of Thomas' ante cedents and only knew him as one who bad t»een for a few days doing odd Jobs about the Hillyard shops. It was on the remains Identified as those of Thomas that the two pay checks were found yesterday. It Is not known how he came Into pos session of them, but it is possible that he may have had money and cashed them for Hunt and Spellman. Coroner Smith Is working after facts which will throw light on the catjscs of the dlssster. What Infor mation he has gained he keepe to himself. He does not know when he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 24 June 1903

OJtt CENT PEI COiY t%T»«ty-riTtX«iti Per Montk. NO. 197. ROOSEVELT IS AFTER ALL POSTAL THIEVES WASHINGTON, June- 14.—Presfc dent Roosevelt's letter to Attorney General Knox instructing him as to she retention of special attorneys to assist in the postal prosecutions was made public this morning. After' reviewing In brief the Sinus Investigation to date he says that it Is probable that other indictments will be hereafter filed. The president con tinues! "There can be ao greater offense against the government than breach of trust on the part of a public official er the dishonest management of his Office. Every effort muat be made to bring such offenders to punishment to the utmost rigor of the law. "The district attorney's office for the District of Columbia has faith fully and zealously seconded the ef forts of the postofflce department throughout the entire Investigation, but the amount of work of that office is such as to make It difficult, without neglecting other Important public...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 24 June 1903

TKe Spokane Press. Paddlshil Baery sW—lsg Except Sunday ay The Press Publishing Oa. SCRIPPS-McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent par copy, six cents par week, twenty Aye cents per Bsontk or I* Saw pear, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all caaes of peer gr tardy delivery to the office. gig Prat Aye. roetosles Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. AI"DITORH7M—ShirIey Stock company in "The Deacon's Daughter." NATATORItTM PARK—Vaudeville. A Bit About Accidents. The summer drowning season Is at hand. Somehow, the stock of fools seems Inexhaustible. For years the callow youths who rock boats to make the girls scream have been carted to cemeteries and laid away, and there are always fools enough left to man the boats again when the picnic season cornea There is never much bravery In the brand of calf who causes accidents. He has not learned to swim. He doesn't know a bowsprit from a rudder. His knowledge of the water Is confined to the possession ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 24 June 1903

REFORM MEASURES WILL [ BE STRICTLY ENFORCED Police Commissioner Root, In Apeakinc of boxes in which liquor Is sold, said today: "You can rest assured that the new Ordinance requiring the removal of doors and curtains from boxes where liquor Is sold will pass. Furthermore, tt will be rigidly enforced. "Jfayor Boyd* has taken the Initi ative in this matter and I am subject go his orders, but I know that he fflrmly intends to remove the doors and curtains. He has said that the door* and curtains would be removed gty'a special order even if the ordi nance does not pass the council, and X know that he means what he says. "The public should have a little patience in tills matter. It cornea up ggain at the meeting of the council One week from Tuesday and In two Weeks from now It Is safe to say the THIRTEEN CARLOADS OFF FOR THE PICNIC Weather fortune smiled for once Upon the Grocers' association snd irk friends on the day of their annual Outing. Four times before today the grocers and guest...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 24 June 1903

ft DEVELOPMENT RAPID IN BLUE LEDGE GAMP Ex Chief ot Police 3. F. Reddy has tvturned from the Blue lyedgo mining country in northern California, where lie and many Spokane mining men are interested. Said the chief: •The Blue Ledge is a little Spokane. About 100 men from Spokane and vi cinity are in the camp. All know each other and it is much like a large family party. "Work in developing the country Is progressing rapidly. The ore veins Ore being stripped, and are proving as rich as was expected. Every Indica tion points to a rich camp, and no one is dissatisfied from going into the country. A diamond drill is be ing used on the properties bonded by Patsy Clark with satisfactory re sults. CANADIANS INVEST IN GRAND FORKS PROPERTY I.loyd A. Manly, one of the original Owners of the Grand Forks (B. C.) townsite, returned from an eastern trip this morning and is registered at the Spokane. "While In Montreal nnd Toronto I looked after the sale of the Grand Forks debentures," said Mr. Manl...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY iVenty-Fift Cents Per Month. NO. 198. SALOON PUSH TRY TO KILL BOX LAW The lAifvior Dealers' association ot this elty haa started a fierce fight against {tie passage of the new ordi nance requiring the removal of doors and curtains in all boxes where liquor ia sold and where women are fre quenters. A committee consisting of "Billy" Norman of the Hotel Spokane, "Dutch Jake" Qoets and one of the Holland brothers of the brewery trust called on Mayor Boyd at the city hall this afternoon to express their disapproval of the ordinance. Their visit had soma encourage ment, the mayor stating to a report er for The Press just after they had departed that he did not know the ordinance waa so sweeping—that he had not read It until today and that bin visitors had discussed* the matter with him and pointed out objections. This admission of Mayor Boyd Is In direct conflict with a statement Merry Rate War On. It is generally admitted by rail way officials here that travelers, can n...

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. — 25 June 1903

t TKe SpoKane Press. aSrMtsOM* ateorp Bvantn* Kxaept ganiaag by The Press Publishing Oa 4VCRIPP& McRAE Mattt MRVtCB. Case cent par copy, six oents per week. twenty-Ova centa per month or st p*r year, delivered by carrier. No free enplea atsftanillmo will confer a favor by promptly reporting all pass* Of go** go* tardy delivery to th* office. •AS Proa* Asa. gfalaptaone again OTg. OTaotofge* Boat a. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. AUDITORIUM—ShirIey Stock Company in "Thy Neighbor's Wife." NATATOtUUM PARK—Vaudeville, Chivalry of a Criminal In almost every life Is a redeeming feature. Vide Richard "Wade of Chicago. Wade is a noted criminal lawyer of that city. He grew anxious for money and went Into partnership with some of the thieves he defended. Hs was made custodian for some costly fura, was arreated, tried and found groUty. Commonplace crime? Yes, but there la a domestic drama in connection therewith. And exquisite chivalry. From the time of hi* arrest Wad* kept th* knowledge of his disgr...

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

KAISER WILHELM HONORS AMERICA KIEL, June 15.—The kaiser this fgjgrnlng returned the visit pakl him yesterday by Admiral Cotton. He bearded the Kearsarge amid the beaming of guns on all the American regaels, while the drums and bugles sounded hnd th* marines presented kgsns. Admiral Cotton escorted him from tea gangway to the cabin, where tha sggperor remained half an hour. He eras outspoken In his admiration of the American ships. He will be Cot- for luncheon on Saturday. IChe most remarkable efforts are being made at Kiel In honor of the Americans. The streets are elaborate ly decorated with the Stars and Stripes, a thing hitherto unheard of. The kaiser several days ago sent ex plicit instructions to ths port au thorities, 'the yacht club aad others to spare neither expense nor pains NATIONAL STRIKE OF MACHINISTS STARTED CHICAGO, June 28.—The next labor movement of national importance will begin this morning In a strike against the Inland Steel companies of Indiana Harbor. The mach...

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

i TELEPHONE MEN OUT ON STRIKE Fifty electrical workers employed by the Pacific Slates Telephone com pany In this city wont on strike this morning to have their wages raised from 13 to 88.84 rfcr day. for a con 'tlnunnce of the eight-hear workday and for recognition of the union. Those on strike include linemen and all the other branches of skilled elec trical workers employed by the com pany. The strike Is pursuant to an order Issued by the Western Conference of the Electrical Workers, with head quarters In San Erancisco. Strikes were ordered by the conference In every city on the Pacific coast, ex cept Seattle, which already has the terms desired by the union. Prior to going out the local union held a meeting last night, discussed the matter and agreed to the step to be taken. This morning they quietly went to the office of the local man agement of the company nnd an nounced their decision. There was no discussion of the matter, i According to the strikers the dif ferences beta'een...

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

ONE CENT PER COPT - Twenty-Five Cestt Per Neath. NO. 199. MINISTERS PROTEST OVER MAYOR'S FLOP India-nation prevails all over the city *Way at the announcement yes terday In The Press that Mayor Boyd, after being- visited by the saloon push headed by "Billy" Norman, "Dutch Jake" snd one of the Gallands, had decided to oppose the new ordinance requiring the removal of curtains and doors from boxes In which liquor Is sold to women or to escorts of womey A of ministers consist ing of Rev. Dr. Van Osdel of the First Baptist ohurch, Rev. Dr. OtV oney of the First Presbyterian church. Rev. Dr. Wallace of the West minster Congregational church and Water Inspector Fined for Assault. Judge Stocker this morning fined City Water Inspector Burmaster $5 for a technical assault upon Mrs. Parker of Monroe street. The state was represented by Deputy Prosecut ing Attorney Miles Polndexter, who. It happened, had been remiss in ob serving the hours for using water and had hla supply cut off last night ...

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

t Tefcie SpoKane Press. aSaMlshed UN-erf Evening fcxeevt Sunday b y The Press Publishing Oa 1 •CRIPPS-McRAB PRESS SERVICE. Oae cent par copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or U 04tf tear. delivered by carrier. No free copies. Isjbexrribers will confer * favor by promptly reporting an cases of poor Q> Sosgj Solrsary to the office. gLSfrea* ROW. BrOggOsassT STeV OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. AlTJrTOßin*—Shirley Stock Company in "Thy Neighbor's Wife.** HATATORIUM PARK—Vaudeville. Boyd and the Boxes. I Mayor Boyd's course on the box ordinance Is being watched with In terest. This Is the first time that the mayor has been between two fires, and by Ills actions In this matter his character will be Judged. When the proposed ordinance removing curtains and doors from saloon boxes was drafted Mayor Boyd discussed and approved each point. Monday, In an Interview In The Press, Mayor Boyd stated In reference |o the proposed ordinance: "It Is time these evils were removed from Spokan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 26 June 1903

PRIZE WINNERS AT CHEN'S PICNIC f flflie children's picnic provided by fcaptain McClelland and the Door of *3ope yesterday waa a complete suc cess in every way. fl"he baby show attracted great at tention and the following were prhte Spinners: Largest, 1 year old, Gladys ll,n -gilng, Mr. and Mrs. Max Hennlng, 1730 Dean avenue. Lightest baby, 1 year old, Willie Agee, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. FV lAgee, 1714 Slnto Avenue. Handsomest baby, 1 year old. Wal ler Payne Lary, aon of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lary, Union Park. The athletic contests resulted as follows: B-*ys" race, 10-year limit, one pair •hoes, Floyd HetseL Girls' sack race, IJ-year limit; Itrhite dress, Belle Wilson. A Profttablt Year for Canadian Bank. Canadian papers contain detail* Of meeting of th* sharehold ers of the Eastern Townships beak lit Sherbroolce, Quebec, June 1. The director* reported that a dtvl -Bend of 8 per cent per annum had been declared for the last half year and that th* earnings of the bank had been greater th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 26 June 1903

RECENT ENLARGEMENT OF THE POLICE FORCE From J8 men to tl men is the in-; trease made in the police department Qur ing the last few weeks. A request has been made by the police department to the city council for 10 more men. and the number of applicants for the jobs has been so great that the city has run out of application blanks and things in the application line are destined to be at a standstill until more blanks nre printed. Within the post few days more than 100 citizens of high and low degree have applied for places In the department. .The present heavy number on the force Is . xplumed by Police Commis sioner Root as being due to three men called In for five days to do duty while she wreck Is on at Di vision street and by men who are taking the places of regular men who are off on their summer vacation. The commissioner insists that the regular force Is the same as heretofore. One of the new specials, it was ex plained, is paid by the men who are running the cribs in the alley...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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