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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 27 June 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY , Twenty-Fire Cents Per Month. NO. 300. PREACHERS DEMAND THAT BOX EVILS END ' The ministers of the city are a unit In demanding that the new ordinance doing away with doors and curtains to boxes wherein liquors are served to both sexes be passed by the city council. From talks with the clergymen It Is clear that Mayor Boyd will And himself one of the most severely crit icised officials that ever sat In the mayoralty chair of this city If he nllowg the liquor Interests of this city to compel him to Interfere with the ordinance. aauos op fbobtim un. Dean Robert Ferine of All Saints' cathedral said: "Boxes In saloons ought not to bo tolerated for one min ute. Boxes even tn restaurant* are relies of frontier life and In eastern cities are almost unknown. In the few places where they are still to be found people who frequent them are looked upon as being of a question able character. Private bones In sa loons are dangerous, and that fact is acknowledged by every decent ...

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. — 27 June 1903

t TKe SpoKane Press, #abllshed Every Evening Except Sunday bp The Press Publishing Cs. SCRIPPSMcRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per espy, six cents per week, twenty-live cents per month or It 9SS- year. Bsttvsrsd by carrier. No tree copies. ■sbsußuns win confer a favor by promptly reporting all eases st poor Bar lardy delivery to t*e office. •U Prest Asa. sBSssB Best «. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. ArDrrOßlTrft—Shirley Stock Company In "thy Neighbor's Wife.". Ot.D COLLEGE GROfNDS—Norrls * Rowe'a dog and pony show. NATATORIUM PARK—Vsudevllle. Uncovering Public Thieves. Pellow journalism has its uses. There's the Hearst papers, for Instance. When the first rumors of crookedness and fraud tn the postoffioe depart ment began to be hinted Mr. Hearst's journals opened upon the matter, de manding an official investigation. They doubtless exaggerated some of the facts concerning which they claimed to be tn possession. But day after day their Washington correspondent claimed to be making discoveries and...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 27 June 1903

THE RICHNESS OF THE LARDEAU. ... - - . r f ,J . . . - '" IvVritten for The Press by G. Raymo Few have heard of the golden Lar deau and yet more capital has quiet ly entered that district than ever : I flowed Into the much adrertlsed camp < Of Republic. i I Development work has been cease- ' less. It hss been prosecuted selen- I tlflcally and economically. Previous to 1900 the was termed a galena camp, but today It i ;ts preeminently one of free milling I ; Bold ore and it, is to that feature that its present prominence ia due. Possibly this but most certainly : •text year will occur the greatest 1 ttoom British Columbia has ever ex- | perienced. Excepting the famous Wit- I watersrand gold fields of South Afrl- i Ca, In my opinion, and I have seen tlKP%najorlty of the gold mines of the "world, there is no field yet discov- 1 ered which will equal the wonderful ' richness of the Lardeau. i Consider this fact for substantia tion, the Lardeau as a gold camp Is : Bot three years old a...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 27 June 1903

TO LAY CORNER-STONE NEW CATHOLIC CHORCH The Mying of the cornerstone of the new Catholic church, corner of Riverside avenue and Madison street. Will take place tomorrow at 2:30 ©"clock. The Catholic people of Spokane are putting forth every effort to make this event unique in the history of the city. The committee In charge will meet tonight at 8 o'clock at the parochial residence, 320 Main avenue, to perfect the details of cere mony. The procession will be participated In by the Catholic men of the com Local Briefs. The total dividends of Spokane mines for May foot (166.000. The plant of the American Brew ing company at El 124 Bprague, which was destroyed by fire yesterday, will probably be rebuilt. The Cold Storage market received " a consignment of fresh mackerel and trout today. The bass season will be open July 1. Ton can get anything you wast fee a sewing machine at J. P. Eastman ft Co.. 333 Riverside. Phone Main 746. Machines rented or sold on easy terms. Expert repairing. A ...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 June 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Fire Cents Per Month. NO. 201. STRANGLED HIMSELF IN BED WITH STRAP ' On* most horrible cases of ide termination at self-destruction that baa recently come to the attention of Coroner Smith occurred last night when F. A. Lyons, 35 years of age, a prominent business man of Daven port, ended hla life In the Mount iVlew sanitarium, in the old Cook bouse, Cook's addition, last night. Lyons strangled himself to death by a process that must have required bours. Lyons took a short strap that j bound his grip. One end of the strap ' he tied to the upper round of his iron bedstead. The buckle end he fasten- Youth No Excuee for Not Paying Up. Justice Stocker this morning en tered Judgment for $3J against E. W. Bishop. The testimony in the civil action showed that Bishop and an other man made a note to M. C. Neth ercutt in payment for some furniture the pair needed. When the note be came due Bishop declined to pay, al leging that he was under age when he made the note. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 June 1903

t TKe SpoKane Press* Published Every evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Oa •CRIPPS-McRAK PREBB SERVICE. Oae cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or tt 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. m Prswt Asa. Tetepkoae State STB. Pestosnee Bos 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. AUDITORIUM—Jessie Shirley Stock company in "A Woman's Battle." NATATORITTM PARK—Vaudeville. Theories About RainmaKing. There are people who still believe that prayers will bring rain. They are mostly in Kansas, where rain comes easily of late. And they no doubt believe also that there ought to be a law to regulate prayers and keep them and the rain within bounds of reason. But there are more people who still believe that rain can be summoned by firing big bombs high in the air. It is reported that Dr. Seward Webb has engaged the services of a rainmaker to operate in his Adirond...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 June 1903

PREACHERS COMMENT ON DUTCH JAKE'S LUNCHEON By his sudden flop from a position t>f support to one of opposition to the proposed new ordinance compelling the removal of doors and curtains from saloon boxes Mayor Boyd has Started a storm that will probably continue throughout his administra tion unless ha breaks away from sa loon domination. PBSACBsUU PBOTBST. Yesterday the leading divines of JBbokane preached from their pulpits oL the evils of permitting boxes to rjjfct in places where liquor is sold. was made to the republican platform on which Mr. Boyd waa elected, his declarations for box re form and then his sudden change of front after being waited upon by a delegation from the saloon men head ed by "Dutch Jake" Qoets, "Billy" Norman of the Spokane hotel and one Of the Hollands. ■TAZBT TO SPOKANE. The fact that the mayor took lunch With "Dutch Jako" at the Coeur d'Alene resort was commented slg Bartenders' Union Elects Its Officers. At next Thursday's meeting- of lo cal union....

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

CHOOSING A SECOND CAPTAIN OF POLICE 'At the meeting of the finance com- j tnittee of the city council this after noon the matter of creating a second police captain will be taken up. This project has occupied the minds Of the police department Tor three weeks past. The idea is generally approved by the. rank and file of the department, but the matter has been kept quiet until it would be In proper ahape to submit to the oouncllincn. The new captain would deal direct ly with the detective end of the de New Post Offices. New postoffices have been estab lished at Farris. Chelan county, five miles east of Entlat, on the We natchee-Chelan route, with Mary F. Farris as postmistress, and at Key port, Kitsap county, with Rennle W. Doran as postmaster. Edwin C. Madden, third assistant postmaster general, has issued an or der removing the restrictions con cerning the transmission of register ed parcels tp certain points in Alas ka during the winter months. Here after mail of all classes addre...

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

I" «lft CENT PER COPY T>rwmty-Flve Cents Ptr Month. m ' ' ... . flW* NO. 909. criminal opmon perfmed and » child cremated in fire-box of engine Following the burning of the re mains of a child In the firebox of a Northern Pacific engine a warrant was issued this afternoon by Assist- , . ant Prosecuting Attorney Barnhart fof the arrest of Dr. H. P. Mont borne, a prominent physician having offices in the Granite building, for prematurely bringing the child into ,' the world. The warrant for the arrest of Dr. Montborne followed a confession made today to Mr. Barnhart by Ethel ' Austin, mother of the child, who lies at the point of death on the fifth floor of the Van Valkenburg building as an outcome of the operation. Dr. George Downs, who has apart ments In the Spokane Club building, gave the first Information bearing di rectly on the case, he and Dr. Donald G. Russell, the latter one of the leading physicians of the city, having , been called In several daya ago to save the life of...

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

s The SpoKane Press. tPatltsbll Brery tSvenlng Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Co> t)Cfttt»l»t>MeftAE PRCS* SERVICE. One seat nor copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or ft par year, delivered by carrier. No free coplea Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor tar tardy delivery to the office. tJta Promt Aye. sTiatidtis Boot 4, OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. AUDITORIUM—Jessie Shirley Stock company In "A Woman's Battle." NATATORIUM PARK—Vaudeville. Western Man for Vice President. All of the Pacific coast states are now reckoned as safely republican, and party leaders are beginning to clamor that this section of the country be given recognition by being permitted to name President Roosevelt's run ning mate for the 1901 campaign. California has started the movement by suggesting tho name of U. S. Grant of San Diego, a son of the president, and the suggestion is being fav orably received throughout the country. U. S. Grant possesses many...

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

NEGRO POLICY MAN TRIED FOR MURDER NEW YORK, June SO.—The district (attorney's offlce haa established some thing of a record for speedy action In the case of William Spencer, the stegro who shot and killed in cold feuood Charles 8. McFarlane, the su perintendent of the Anti-Policy sp gdety, in the corridor of the criminal Bourt building. Spencer waa placed on trial today. Sifter scarely two weeks had elapsed gdnce tha commission of his crime. It long time since popular has been aroused to such EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY TO BE DETERMINED LOS ANGELES, Ca„ Juno SO.—A Base Involving the liability of an em ployer for Injuries received by an Bmploye In service, a point of law Itrhlch for half a century has been much discussed, both in this country anil in England, came up for argu ment today In the United States MP Butt court in this city. Peculiar cir cumstances connected with the case make It one of more than ordinary Interest. On the face of it the case Is a Bamage suit for 150,000, filed by ...

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

BIGAMOUS LIEUTENANT BROKEN-HEARTED WIFE .CHICAGO. June 30.—Lieutenant tfm. McMCue, 1". S. A., who arrived bere from San Francisco with his , bride of two weeks, formerly Miss Ida.Simon of San Franclsoo, has been Accused of bigamy by Ida Westeott McMCue of Cincinnati. McCue has disappeared, after having made a Statement that he never married the latter. CINCINNATI. June 80. —Ida Wet- COtt McMCue. the first wife of Lieut. McCue, who is aooused of bigamy by reason of his marriage with Viola Simon in San Francisco. Is pros trated over the assertions msde by MINER TO HEAD MOUNTAIN LION CO. A. E. Palmer, the mining operator, Is now in Minneapolis on his wsy to Montreal In connection with the reorganization of the Mountain I,ion company. ills mission east is to ■ meet S. H. C. Miner and other Montreal capitalists, who have be come Identified with tlie Republic camp's big north end mine. lie will be absent about 30 days. When the personnel of the new di rectorate is announced it is predict ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 1 July 1903

' <?. V. -Baasch, a fireman on the i •HtwUrern Pacific railroad, was located Ut tYfrtpfk this morning by Detective ' '"UlUfert admlltnd that It wns he j i"i wSdXx?7 With the bnbe born '(IsVwnel Austin under clrcum - ft' >uss that led to the arrest yester i>, of Dr. H. P. Mont borne on the r rge of malpractice. BAASCH CONFESSES. ' Later Fireman Baasch made this Statement at his rooms in the Holland building to The Press: "The babe was born two weeks age 'est Sunday. Dr. George Downs was attendance and I was present, "After the birth of the child Dr. Downs took It snd kept it four or live days, at the end of which time , '»c asked me to burn the remains. 1 ».id so, but Instead of burning them n the firebox of my engine, I threw the bundle from the railroad trenlle I TELEPHONE GIRLS JOIN i WESTERN CONFERENCE The condition of the telephone operators' strike Is unchanged. The young ladles express themselves as; confident of winning, and the com pany refuses to make a statement T...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 1 July 1903

1 TKe SpoKane Press. Pabllehed Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing On SCRIPPS-McRAH PRESS- 82RVICK. One sent per copy, sir cants per week, twenty-flve seats pcs month or tl per rear, delivered by r *rrler. No free copies subscribers confer a favor by promptly reporting all oasts of poo* Ss tardy delr*-*ry to the office. „ . ■ / ,Ml rroat Aye. restsmse Bos a. OFFICIAL CIT&^APER. - — — g| AUDITORTtJM-_J<»ssle Shirley Stock company In "A Woman's Battle. w NATATtiRIUM PARK—Vaudeville. The Telephone Operators' Strike. On general principles, the telephone girls have the sympathy of the pub lic in their present difficulty with the company. If the company had not made Its silly rules regarding the way girls Should dress and what they should wear. It Is possible that there would never have been any strike. In making these rules, the company transgressed on what every Ameri can, male or female, deems his personal liberty. When the company forbade Its girls to adorn them...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 1 July 1903

COUNCIL GO ON RECORD SALOON ROX PROBLEM The city council went on record last night regarding its attitude to ward saloon boxes. When D. A. Dar ling's application for a renewal of the license for the Fountain saloon came ap it was sidetracked because It was 'Stated that the boxes In" the place had doors. The license will be grant ed If Darling will take off his doors. A resolution.war passed refunding ■nes for sprinkling lawns out of between June 10 and 28, It be- SW* shown that when many consum ers read of the passage of the new Ordinance they supposed It went into RESIDENT MANAGES HIS OWN STABLES WASHINGTON, July I.—Under the personal direction of President Roosevelt the white house stables have assumed a high standard. There Sro 15 horses In charge of 10 men. Noteworthy among tho horses Is Slelsteln, Roosevelt's favorite. He •tands 16 hands and 2 inches, Is Bine years old and has a Jumping gecord. I As second choice comes Renown, the English thoroughbred, who with Roosevelt at 185...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 1 July 1903

4 HIEBER LICENSE IS SLAP AT VAN OSDELL t Herman Hiebcr, the brewer, has again bobbed up with an application for a liquor license in the new brick building at 821 Second avenue, and certain wiseacres among the city of ficials say the license will be granted, partially as a rebuke to Rev. Dr. .Van Osdel. pastor of the First Bap tist church, for during to criticise the administration of Mayor Boyd.. This is the license that W&S turn ed down some week? ago, as a result of a determined opposition on the part of the First Baptist church., which Is near the saloon. M that time a large number of the <,burcb members culled at the council .cham ber and personally contested the ap plication. It is alleged by the church people that the proposed saloon would be PRINTING NEW POSTAGE STAMPS AND CURRENCY WASHINGTON. July 1 —For some Weeks past the bureau of engraving and printing has had its resources severely taxed in the preparation and printing of a complete new series of postage stamps a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 2 July 1903

ONE CENT PER COPT Twenty-FlTt Cents Per Month. NO. 304. GIRLS CONFIDENT OF „ WINNING IN STRIKE ' "We're Just going to win this MrlkV and that's all there Is to It," Mid a pretty, dark-haired telephone girl Press reporter today as she tOSseirWr '' p . ad and assumed a gen eral air of defiance. "Tou see," she continued, "this is the first time the girls la the northwest have asserted themselves. We're now thoroughly organised and otherwise prepared to wage this war to a finish—and win It, too. We girls have worked for the Company for years but the petty tyr anny of those recently In authority St the telephone office has driven us to strike." From all appearances the girls are determined and willing to continue the strike until the Pacific States Tel ephone & Telegraph company makes up Its mind to do the fair thing and make terms. Realising as they do that they have the sympathy of the entire population of Spokane against a foreign corporation whose service has lately exasperated t...

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

» THe SpoKane Press. Published Bvery Evening Except Sunday by Ths Press Publishing Co. •CRIPPS-McRAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or $3 per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer s favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor Sr tardy delivery to the office. •IS Frost Aye. Telephone Main ITS. Postomos Bob 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. TOHIQBTI AJftTSBMJEB ML AUDITORIUM—ShirIey Stock company In "Nell Gwynne.* NATATORIUM PARK—Vaudeville. How Much Is a Minister Worth? There Is a good deal of talk about Dr. Lorlmer's salary. He preaches In New York. Boston wants him, having had a taste of his efficiency, and has offered him 320,000 a year and a parsonage that is anything but a hut. It Is a high-water mark salary, and causes discussion because there are people who do not believe that a minister of the gospel should allow money to determine his location, or that any minister should be paid $400 a week. There is a...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 2 July 1903

TO ABOLISH OLD ROAD DISTRICTS A score or more of the country politicians In cahoots .with the coun ty commissioners are already pulling out their lightning rods with a view to attracting )4 a day fluid from the county In roturn for public services. One of the new laws provides for the abolition of 'the old road districts of the counties in the state, their place to be taken by four districts with a | Bupcrvlsor at the head of each, who I fchall work under the direction of the county commissioners and county surveyor. Next Monday the county commis sioners will hold a special meeting . Isl redlstriet the county and make Wf levy for general county purposes district purposes. That will be? the first step, though the ap pointments of the quartet of super visors may not be made before the Hrst of noxt year when the old sys tem Is abolished. The city of Spokane is taken out Of the consideration of tho commis sioners. Heretofore each district has voted the amount of Its own levy, but under ...

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

4 FIRE WORK FREAKS NEW FOR THIS SEASON ' Although Spokane will have no general celebration fully 110,000 will fee "burnt up" here on the glorious Fourth. For weeks past the small boy has been saving up his nickels and dimes for the purchase of noise raaktng crackers that go by the old familiar names of "nigger chasers," "spitting devils" or "double-heHded Dutchmen." Paterfamilias will also contribute his share and his expendi ture for a creditable display will range from 220 to $40. Among the new penny novelties are the Bonjak marbles and torpedo lops. The marbles are coated with gunpowder and when knocked against one another or thrown on the ground make a great noise. Torpedo tops are made up in the old fashioned way with a cap that explodes when the top is spun, and the concussion forces 6n India rubber ball up Into the air a distance of 20 feet. Something new is to be seen in firing canes. These canes when struck sharply on the (rround explode a gunpowder car tridge that creates ...

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