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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 November 1902

ENGLAND RESPECTS MONROE DOCTRINE Member of London's National Club Thinks That Venezuela Keeds a Lesson. . J. Graham Welsh, a member of the London National Liberal .club, was staying in town yesterday. Mr. Welsh is a liberal-Imperialist of an advanced type and a staunch sup porter of Lord Rosebery, Replying to an Inquiry respecting mb trouble in Venezuela, Mr. Welsh haid: •'There is no doubt that England Germany have good grounds for taking action against Venezuela. It is only by sharp and decisive action that the republics In South America can be brought to a sense of their responsibility. European governments have shown these anarchical states too much consideration in the past and the BOOtter a sharp lesson is given them the better for all concerned. "There need be no danger of ter ritorial aggression on the part of the British government. Groat TO CHARITY. Mme. Melba Turns Criti cism by Generosity. NEW YORK, Nov. 89.—When it was learned at the opening of the metropolitan Brand op...

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. — 29 November 1902

4 CHURCH SITE FOR NEW POST OFFICE "Our Lady of Lourdes" Property Indi cated to be Location Favored. It is learmM from good authority the site which was inspected near that the selection of a site for the tht ' Church of Our Lady of Lourdes . _ . , , , on Main aye. has ben decided upon, new postofflce has already been Th(l Hypotneekbank) wnlcb 1 „ made, but that the matter is being now [ n control of fully 10 per cent withheld from the general public. of all the real estate in this vicin- Various real estate transactions Ity, has within the past two days also tend to confirm the rumor that considerably raised the prices of THREE MEN STABBED IN A TRAGEDY OF ERRORS. MYSTERIOUS STRANGER FOUND THE WRONG MRS. GARDINER WELL PROTECTED BY HER FRIENDS. JOHN E. M'MAHON. MRS. W. R. GARDINER. FRANK M'MAHON. NEW YORK. Nov. 29.—Probably because he mistook one Mrs. Gardi ner for another, a stranger attack ed and wounded three men with a knife, escaped and left the New- York police struggling with a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 1 December 1902

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents per Month NO. 21. STIRRING SCENES MARK OPENING OF CONGRESS Fifty-Seventh Congress Begins Winter Session-Ovation To Speaker Cannon. WASHINGTON, Dec. I.—Doth houses met promptly at noon and were called to order. At 12:15 the senate adjourned un til tomorrow on account of the death of Senator McMillan of Michi gan. WASHINGTON, Dec. I.— There was a good attendance in the house long before the hour had arrived for the assembling. The members gathered early, chatting and dis cussing prospective legislation. The trust and tariff Issues were the main topics. The exchange of con gratulations was in order among the reelected members, and every one was jovially slapping every body else on the back. The arrival of the new speaker, the venerable "Uncle Joe" Cannon, was the signal for an ovation which was gracious ly acknowledged by the distinguish ed member from Illinois. Pushing about on tbo floor were crowds of visitor.- 1 , mostly women. ACCIDENT, Concur in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 1 December 1902

THe SpoKane Press. |~~*Mlahed Every Evening: Kxeopt Sunday by The Proas Publishing Go. SCRIPPS-McRAE PRESS SERVICE. i£L __ a. One Cent Per Copy. S \ r, , ;v Per Week or Twenty-five Cents Per Month. Delivered by Carrier. No Free Copl FB. fd»ta.fli)7s MORGAN NO BUSINESS MAN. Tho gipsy queen who, without knowing the identity of the man she was dealing with, read the palm of J. Pierpont Morgan and de clared that he has great psychic power hut no business capacity, is standing by her decision in the face of the seemingly crushing refuta tion that is furnished in Morgan's record. And why should she not stand by it? Whether her palm-rtadlng is guesswork or not, she has come mighty near the truth. The psychic power of the great financier Is amazing to the com mon mind. His easy and confident grasp of situations utterly baf fling to ordinary men seems sometimes almost supernatural. It is Im possible that one mind should fully comprehend in all the vitally im portant detail all the conditions...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 1 December 1902

GRADUAL IMPROVEMENT IN REPUBLIC BUSINESS Ben Hur Mine to Begin Shipping Immediately— Others Working FuH Forces. C. O. Barness, who is deeply in s©rested5 ©rested in Republic, was in the city 'esterday and in an interview spoke Of Republic's prospects. "Business In Republic," said he, "is gradually improving in keeping with a more p. atnising outlook. "Freight charges and smelter treatment at the Granby smelter for Republic ores at present is 16.50. With increased facilities the smelter will be able to give better rates. "There are no Improvements worth mentioning in the building line, but as to mines the Quilp is WOMAN AT HEAD OF NEW YORK BANK. NEW YORK, Dec. I.—Mrs. Sarah Frances Dick of Huntington, Ind., has been offered the presidency of the new bank for women to be started in this city. For many years Mrs. Dick was the only woman bank cashier in the country. She entered the bank in Huntington as assistant cashier in 1873, her father being the cashier. When her father was made pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 1 December 1902

PASTOR FRY STRIKES AT TRADE UNIONISM Inveighs Against Organized Labor—Sees Ruin In Its Present Course. At the morning service yesterday In the Jefferson St. Methodist rhureh the pastor, Rev. W. 11. Fry. spoke on "Two Social Giants.'' la bor and capital. He touched very lightly on capi talism. The substance of his ad jress on this point was that we can not become s great nation with out capita! and great capitalists. But that the gi- iof the capitalists was like the greed of organized la bor, the one wants greater wages apd the other greater dividends, and thus they destroy the social op portunities of the people. His address or. organized labor was especially severe on those who believe in the principle. He said, that the moral aspert showed that the union man held an intense hatred for the non-union man and, though he believed in sending missionaries to foreign REORGANIZE STAFF. URGED BY THE SECRETARY OF WAR'S REPORT. WASHINGTON, Dec. 1 —Publica- ' tion was made today of the annual...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 2 December 1902

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents per Month ( NO. 21. PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE IS READ TO CONGRESS Few Spectators-New Committee Ap pointments-Senator Alger Sworn in. WASHINGTON, Dec. 2.—The galleries were scarcely filled today when order was called in the house of representatives. Speaker Henderson announced many appointments to vacancies In the various house committees, among them Representative Hill of Connecticut to succeed the late Congressman Russell on the ways and means committee, and Con gressman Palmer, republican of Pennsylvania, to the Judiciary com mittee. , At 12:10, the president's message not being received, a recess was taken until the receipt, of the mes sage at 12:30, when the house was again called to order, and the mes sago submitted. The reading be gan almost immediately. Tho senate chamber today has STRIKE. French Sailors and Stokers' Strike Becomes Serious. MARSEILLES, Dec. 2.—Tho sail ors and stokers' stride has become so serious that 2000 more gend armes were o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 2 December 1902

THe SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Sxoept Buni!ay by The Press Publishing- Co. SCri., JS-McflAE PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy. • ix cent - week, twenty-five cents per month or fS per year, by pirrier. No frf>e conies. Entered No vember 10. 1902. at Sp M»e, Y\'S h.. as second-class matter, under Act of Congress of March 3, lt.ra." Telephone. Main 373 A BOY A" 0 A STOLEN LOAF. Steal if you are hi ngry. That is had advice, and it is also the logic of a happening in a New York police c<>; rt last week John Cavanau gh, a newsboy, was a thief. He is a waif, a street boy. with hazy ut in.me. parents, morals or kindness. Virtue with him niet.nt tlie law. as exemplified by the big police man on the corner. "If you do wrong and are caught at it you are locked up. which is not pleasant." There you have John Cavanaugh's code of morals, and there are a great many—too many—people who live by that same code. John stole a package of bread because he was hungry and bad no money. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 2 December 1902

INVENTORY Asked from Huntington Estate—Fraud Claimed, NEW YORK, Dec. 2.—ln the sur rogate's court a motion to compel the executors of the estate of C. P. Huntington to file an inventory came up for argument today. Wal ter Morshead of London and New Yrr|< brings the action on behalf of rofnself and other stockholders of the Central Pacific railroad. Mr. Morshead has for some years been active in presenting his claims against, those who managed the deal by which tho Southern Pacific -absorbed the Central Pacific. It is his claim that Collis P. HTlntington, Leland Stanford, Charles Crocker and Mark Hopkins fraudulently obtained $100,000,000 belonging to the stockholders. He asserts that as directors of the Cen tral Pacific they turned over to con struction companies controlled by them 1103,000,000, including $30,- --000,000 of government bonds loaned for building the road. Of this sum he states that but $00,000,000 was expended in construction and equip ment, and that tho other mone...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 2 December 1902

JL FRENCHMAN LEAVES HIS WIFE IN JAIL Leon Carron Secures Ball but His Partner In a Serious Charge Still Languishes. Leon Carron, the husband of | Mrs. Lucy Carron, who with his wife Is being held jointly responsi ble to the United States authorities for the alleged bringing to this country of girls yet in their teens for immoral purposes, has given a cash bond for $2000 and was re- 1 leased last night. Mrs. Carron Is in the county jail awaiting bond. United States Spe SANITATION. Many Foreign Delegates at Health Congress. [WASHINGTON, Dec. 2. — The sanitary conference of the Ameri can republics, for which an execu tive committee aided by the Bu reau of American Republics has been preparing for nearly a year past, was formally opened in this city today. Those in attendance include delegates from the United States, San Salvador, Costa Rico, Ecuador, Honduras and the other countries of the western hemis phere. The sessions will continue several weeks. Questions of the public health wil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 3 December 1902

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents per Month NO. 23. STEAMSHIP EXPLOSION KILLS AND MAIMS San Francisco Shaken-Buildings Thrown Down-Vessel Completely Wrecked. SAN FRANCISCO, Doc. B.—The steamship Progress, 217 feet long, which has recently been changed from a coal burner to an oil burner, exploded with terrific force this morning at its moorings off tho Ful BROWN'S SUIT. Dispatcher Elliott Gives Little Information. Tn Judge Delt's court this morn ing the Great Northern, in its fight against the James Drown damage suit for personal Injuries received in an accident at Spokane Falls & Northern Junction, put Chief Train Dispatcher F. S. Elliott of this city on the stand as an expert on train ruleß, an unusual course. Elliott's replies gave little Infor mation as regards the inner work ings of the transportation depart ment. The case will go to the jury tonight. REED BETTER. WASHINGTON, Dee. 3.—Former Speaker Thomas B. Heed passed a fairly comfortable night. Dr. Gard ner reports his...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 3 December 1902

s THe SpoKane Press. . GEORGE PUTNAM, Manager. *ubli«bo»1 Evory ■veiling Except Sunday by The Preps Publishing Co. SCRIPPSMcRAE PRESS SERVICE. _______________________________________ One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or $"> per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Entered No vember 10, 1902. at Spokane. Wash., as second-class matter, under Act of Congress of March 3. 7 879." 'ELEPHONE MAIN 375. I There is something almost pathetic about the struggles of Russell I Sage. He dies hard. He doesn't want to stop. He refuses to realize that he is old. old. old, and that his race is almost run. See the power of habit. Almost 80 years ago Russell Sage made gain his god. and chained himself to work. There was need for industry (hen He was mis erably poor. Riches came to him. It isn't so difficult to accumulate wealth. The man who will save and slave, and cut out of his life test, pleasure, charity, recreation, and strangle his soul until it is about ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 3 December 1902

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS Results of Warmly Fought Contests Throughout the State. The "wets" and the "drys" had h go at each other throughout the Btate in the town elections. The hottest contests over the liquor sub ject occurred at Pullman. Farming ton, North Yakima, Clarkston and Ellensburg, with honors averaging about even. The elections are briefly summar ized : PULLMAN. Dry—Councllmen, w. H. Smith, SPORTING NEWS. PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Dec. 3.— Followers of ring events in the Quaker City are on the gui vlve In anticipation of the bout at. the Perm Art club tonight between Peter Maher and "Kid" Carter. In terest In the match is heightened by the excellent showing Maher made in his recent go with "Phila delphia Jack" O'Brien. Both Car ter and Maher are fast fighters and hard hitters so that the meeting Is likely to be a gruelling match whether it lasts only a round or goes the limit. A Kid McCoy continues In active training In the hopes of arranging a match with someone. His weight, howeve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 3 December 1902

4 LADIES FRIGHTEN BURGLARS AWAY Three Men Attempt to Force an Entrance to a Residence on Gardner Avenue. Three men were trying to gain an entrance Id a residence in the twenty-nTft block on lhe south side of Gardner aye. last evening about 10 o'clock. Miss AsplnWfilt. accompanied by her cousins, the Misses Chidister, were the .first to .notice tho bus picious movements and evidently alarmed the robbers, who fled. POLICE DOINGS. J. M. Davis, a deputy sheriff of (Whitman county, left an insane man named A. M. Gibson with the Jailor last night for safe keeping. M. C. Eslen reports the theft from his room of a Winchester rifle and leather case, valued at $14. Morris Davis of the Palace store missed a Crescent bicycle last night and H. L. Delano of 5312 Howard reported the loss of an Imperial. R. E. Edgerton of Dart ford, Wash., had an overcoat and $1 in cash stolen from him. Ne'.s Terming and J. Bergerson, vrhom E. Dahl connects with the disappearance of $1000 from his cow barn, take se...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 4 December 1902

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents per Month NO. 24. CHICAGO FIRE PANIC COSTS FOURTEEN LIVES Mother Jumps With Her Child Which Escapes Injury-Night Watchman Is Arrested. CHICAGO, Dec. 4.—A fire broke out at 6 o'clock this morning in the Lincoln hotel in the down-town dis trict nnd caused a loss of 14 lives nnd the serious injury of three per sons with the less serious injury Of 10 more. It originated between the second SOLD WHISKEY TO INDIANS. Deputy United States Marshal He returned from Seattle this morning. The object of the hurried trip to Seattle was for the purpose of transferring to the United States court now in session at. Seattle the ensos of T. Kiordan and J. Brooke, who are accused by the United States of selling whisky to Indians in this city. The prisoners will be taken to Seattle tomorrow. HEARTBROKE OVER . HUSBAND'S DISGRACE A heart-broken wife and twol en-owing little children was the ' otiching sight that greeted the re- j sorter when lie called on Mrs. Ben- I ci....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 4 December 1902

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents per Month I NO. 34. CHICAGO FIRE PANIC COSTS FOURTEEN LIVES Mother Jumps With Her Child Which Escapes Injury-Night Watchman Is Arrested. CHICAGO, Dec. 4.—A fire broke but at G o'clock this morning in the Lincoln hotel in the down-town dis trict nnd caused a loss of 14 lives and the serious injury of three per sons with the less serious Injury Of 10 more. It originated between the second SOLD WHISKEY TO INDIANS. Deputy United States Marshal Ide returned from Seattle this morning. The object of the hurried trip to Seattle was for the purpose of transferring to the United States court now In session at Seattle the cases of T. Hlordan and J. Brooks, who are accused by the United States ol' selling whisky to Indians in this city The prisoners will be taken to Seattle tomorrow. HEARTBROKE OVER . HUSBAND'S DISGRACE A heart-broken wife nnd two sorrowing little children was the OUChlng sight that greeted the re- ■erler when he called on Mrs. Ben- ; I ci, w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 4 December 1902

THe SpoKane Press. Puhlishtl Kvery Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Co. SCRIPPSVcRAE PRESS SERVICE. Oi*' cent per copy, Blx cuts per week, twenty-five cents per month or $3 per year deliver bj earner. No free copies. Entered No vataber I<>. 1902, al Bpokane, Wash., as second-class matter, under Act <of Confess of March 1579." TELEPHONE MAIN 375. In those days or Intensive and extensive inventiveness, human genius at nothing. Day before yesterday n man thought that the stage coach was too slow, and he built himself the steam railroad. Yesterday the steam railroad did n..t satisfy the generation which reaped the benefits of its predecessor and another genius devised a cunning way to tame the lightning and now the trolley car sings along the highways and byways of many lands. Today, tne earth, grown too crowded for traffic, has again raised the spirit of discontent and the reaches of space are be ing leased for the flight of birds with iron wings that twit at time...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 4 December 1902

UNEASY LIES THE HEAD THAT WEARS ANY KIND OF CROWN. Mr. Morgan is constantly under the surveillance of three sets of detectives One set is paid by Wall street operators, another by insurance companies holding policies on Morgan's life, and the third are Mr. Morgan's personal detectives.— New* Uem. METHODISTS TO BANQUET. The Spokane County Sunday School association will hold a I>ali quet and business Bosslon in the First Methodist church tomorrow evening at 6:30 o'clock. CZAR'S HEIR. VIENNA, Dec. 4. —A dispatch from St. Petersburg says elaborate religious services were held there today in celebration of tho birthday of the czarowitz, who was born November 22, O. S. (December 4). The services included thanksgiving for his progress toward health, al though, as a mutter of fact, he is allllctud with tuberculosis in an ad vanced stage and is not expected to recover. WOMAN BUNCO BROUGHT BACK. Trlxie Jordan, who is accused of workiug on tho sympathies of Schuyler Wyman, a farmer In this ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 4 December 1902

4 CLARK SENTENCED FOR FORGING TIE CHECKS William Clark, a 'ad not yet of age. was sentenced Ibia morning by Judgo Richard son to one year and six months at Walla Walla Liate prison. Clark, it is said. fora> NEW RECORD The Spokane postoffloe has out stripped all records this year. From receipts so far IS-"-' will run a total Of 1123,000. Uist year was tbought the lies! possible with a total of $103.050. 0. R. & N. RAILWAY PENSIONS EMPLOYES The Oregon Railway & Naviga tion company will institute a pen sion system on the first of the year and particulars will be made public shortly. The system,it is said, will be based upon that already in effect on the Pennsylvania, Chicago & Northwestern and the Illinois Cen TREASURER SUICIDES. PHILADELPHIA, Pa.. Dec. 4 — Howard Goodwin, treasttrer of the Cassatt company, was found dead in his office this morning with a bullet hole through his head. Sui cide was evident, but no motive is known. R. W. Nuztim returned yesterday from Butt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 5 December 1902

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-five Cents per MontK NO. 25. BLIZZARD RAGING Maine to Carolina Storm Swept-Ship ping Imperriled-Schooner Storm's First Victim. NEW YORK, Dec. 5. —A terrific Storm is sweeping the coast. No ships are venturing out and danger signals are displayed in all marine offices in New England. A fierce blizzard rages here. NORFOLK, Va., Doc. s.—Tho Maryland, Carolina and Virginia coasts are storm swept. Tho great est fear exists for all classes of Shipping. The telegraph wires to Capes Henry and Hatteras are all down. KINNEY RODDED AT REVOLVER'S POINT. S. ft. Kinny of EI4OS Riverside Bye. reports to the police that at 6:45 this morning a masked man met him in his stable and at the point of a revolver compelled him NEW STATES WASHINGTON, Deo. s—Tho ! Committee in charge reported favor ably upon the omnibus bill calling for the admission' of Arizona, New Mexico and Indian territory and j .Oklahoma as states. * The naval committee formulated n, bill to lucreaso the number...

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