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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 3 July 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. NO, 205. AN UNKNOWN VICTIM OF FOUL MURDER , FOUND BRAINED BY BLOWS OF IRON BAR Murdered, robbed and dragged to the bank of the Spokane river was ths fate of an unknown man whose body Bfc tpund at 9 o'clock thin mornlngr l *^ The remains, which lay In a clump of bushes two blocks below the v Monroe street bridge, were discov ered by Mat Moore, who lives at the Orand hotel, and John Haffton of 320 Fifth avenue, and the circumstances of the finding were such as to arouss the entire polios department and ths residents of the upper end of Peacs ful valley. TEE DXSOOTXST. Haffton and Moore were killing time with a walk down to the river bank snd found a Jackknlfe at the first path leading down to the river TO PLACE TELEPHONES UPON THE UNFAIR LIST Unless the Pacific States Telephone ft Telegraph company agrees to a peace conference with the striking operators by Monday noon, It wtll be placed on the "unfair" list and a gen eral boycott establi...

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. — 3 July 1903

f TKe SpoKane Press. Published Brery Evening Except Sunday try The Press Publish lag Oa> SCRIPPS-McRAE 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 confer a favor by promptly reporting an cases of poor s¥ tardy delivery to the office. CM Prat Ats. systaatoi Box «. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. AUDITORIUM—ShirIey Stock company in "Nell Gwynne." NATATORIUM PARK—Vaudeville. Cultivation of Humor. It has been proposed that a chatr of humor be established at the Uni versity of Wisconsin. The idea is advanced that not only humorous temper ament may be cultivated, but that funny writers and cartoonists can be de veloped. It looks at first glance as If the man who proposed this scheme must be a well-developed humorist himself. It Is hard to take him and his Idea ser iously. But, after all, humor may be cultivated as well as can any other control of the senses. Seeing fun in things is the res...

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. — 3 July 1903

PROTEST FROM JAIL ON SALE OF LIQUOR NEW YORK, July S.—Sixteen con victs serving sentences in tho county Jail, hearing that the board of alder men of New Brunswick;, N. J., Were considering the question of granting liquor licenses in the town for an other year, circulated a petition In which they appealed to the board to refuse to permit liquor selling. Two of the women prisoners were particularly active In getting signa tures to the petition, which was cir culated with the knowledge and con rt of the sheriff. Fourteen of the men readily affixed their names to the paper. "I know the evils of the drink habit," said one of them ln,a written MAN AND JOHNSON TO CELEBRATE FOURTH LINCOLN, Neb.. July I.—William J_ Bryan is preparing to touoh off a mine of Fourth of July enthusiasm at his country home. The ex-candi date has ceured a tent of several thousand capacity to hold witnesses Of the demonstration. Bryan will preside and Mayor Tom F. J. Finucane, manager of the Bank of Montrealfl left...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 3 July 1903

4 WHEELS OF JUSTICE GRIND OUT A GRIST y. -a - t • - » * ' Wheels of justice turned in nil three departments of the superior court this morning and turned out quite a grist, considering the fact that Judges Belt and Richardson's terms of court are not in session. Judge Kennan being the only one scheduled for the day. Judge Belt Issued an order dissolv ing the temporary Injunction secured by Charles Thels agnlnst the Spo kane Falls Gaslight company, dis missing the action and assessing costs on the plaintiff, who excepted and will take an appeal from the or der and decision. The same judge also granted an order removing to the Vniled States circuit court for the eastern district of Washington the trial of the action brought by William C. Ward of this city against the Em pire State-Idaho Mining A Develop ment company, on the ground that the parties to the suit are citizens of different states. Judge Richardson denied a new trial in the action brought by J. H. Griffith, trustee of an ex...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 4 July 1903

J>NE CENT PEI COPi Twenty-five Cents Per"Month, NO. 206. TELEPHONE COMPANY IS REFUSED POLICE CANNOT SHOW ANY NEED OF SPECIALS Manager Phillips of the telephone company has asked Mayor Boyd and Police Commissioner Root to give him Mfc special policemen as an out come the telephone company's strike. The application for the specials was turned down "for lack of cause." It Is said that violence has been threatened by some of the striking telephone girls, that tome of -the girl pickets called other glrla who Insist ed on working "mean things." Un til the absolute truth of this report can be established the police commis sioner and the mayor will allow no special officers to keep the girls from rioting In this fashion. MABOX OPP WOBXMAir. Further complaint has been made that two of the striking linrmen pickets Intercepted a non-union line man who had gone to work, and that after a few minutes' conversation the new workman changed'his mind, and MAY HAVE BEEN KILLED IN TOUGH SALOON BOX T...

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

t The Spohane Press. tats aTvaalng laroapt Sunday by The Proas #jy •CmPPt-MoRAS *UM SERVICE. One cent pat copy, alx cents per week, twenty-five cents per month a* ft Bar pear, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribe re will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor ar tardy delivery to tha office. •ta Pront Aye. •Telephone Mala STS. Poetemoe Bex «. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. AUDITORIUM—ShirIey Stock company in "Nell Gwynne." NATATORIUM PARK—Vaudeville. The First Fourth. More than a year has passed since the epoch-making day at Lexington •nd Concord. For the colonists it has been a year of feverish anxiety and activity. Tioonderoga and Crown Point had been taken. Bunker Hill had claimed its 1400 dead. Washington had taken command of the patriot army. The British had been driven out of Boston. Yet the colonies were still bound together with but a rope of sand. The thought of final separation from the mother country, of permanently relinquishing the privileges of British...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 4 July 1903

SCARCITY OF LABOR STOPS PUBLIC WORK ' Because local contractors have not Been able to Immediately begin work Bm contracts heretofore awarded, the atty officials are holding up about 30 Street grade contracts. Scarcity of men Is the reason given fry contractors, who claim it is lm- Btosslblt to,get labor. Air, parts of the city are, affected •y the delay; but the newer parts of town are the places affected the most. Vor the most part the delayed work •pplies to short strips on many dif ferent streets. In explaining the matter today a prominent city official said: ' "The citizens should not object to BOUNDARIES OF THE v NEW ROAD DISTRICTS While the ultimate decision regard ing the boundaries of the four new goad districts of the county rests .With the commissioners at their meet ing on Monday, the work of the of ficials who are mapping out the plan for submission to the board Is of In terest at the present Juncture. The four districts, as tentatively Shown, lie in the northeast, the s...

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. — 4 July 1903

♦ OREGON INITIATIVE REFERENDUM KILLED rORTLANP. July 4— The circuit court has ruled that the initiative and referendum law Is unconstitu tional and Invalid. The decision states: "The authorities are practically unanimous in holding that when It appears that the fundamental law, that is, the constitution, has not been obeyed. In the respects wherein It provides that the constitution may be amended, it is clearly the duty of the courts so to declare and to hold the amendment invalid. St Louis Car Strike. ST. LOUIS, Mo . July 4 —The strike was Inaugurated on the St. Louis Transit company this morning by the Amalgamated Association ot Street Railway Employes, but only 300 of the 3500 employes quit work. The officials of the railway this morning state that the company Is not even Inconvenienced and had , enough substitutes reiuiy to take the places of the strikers. They say they have a five years' contract with an other union which can furnish suf ficient men. MUSICIANS. TAXB NOTICE. The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 6 July 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twemy-Flw Cent* Hr Month. NO. 807. POPE LEO XIII LIES , AT DEATH'S DOOR ' BOHtB, July 4V—The 7:30 p. m. of ■elal s_l*_n saysi "atta holtacas' general depression has seea. acceatnated. Btta brethlag la aaap rapid, his superficial pulse la hi. temperature la m ■ h below aoWaU. Mia intelleot remains BOMB, Jul* «.—Th* following; bul letin waa issued at th* Vatican early this morning: "Although his holln.es paaaad aa almost al**pl*aa night, ha is not so anssHT aa ha was yesterday. Tha patient haa bean benefited by lajeo stons of digit—lis aad camphor. Kla chest Is normal though he has a light cough aad some catarrhal emla sloaa. ■nfitclent nourishment has feeea taken. Kla pulse Is irregular Sad th* general condition of his holl aees remains grave, but lias become bo worse.'* WASHINGTON, July «.—The papal legation this morning received the following dispatch: "BOMB, July fl. —The condition of the holy father Is still grave, but no worse. He passed a calm night and takes ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 6 July 1903

f TKe SpoKane Press. Fahltshed Bvery Kvealng Bis apt Bunday by The Press Publishing Cat ' •CRIPPS-MoRAK PRESS SERVICE. Owe seat per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or 13 par year, delivered by carrier. No free eoplea Sahscrlbers a ill confer a favor by promptly reporting aU eases of wast •r tardy delivery to the office. SIS Prowl Aye. retapaaas Mara its. Pistoatss Beat 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. TonosTi AMtrsEarBBTTS. AUDlTOß!!.'M—Shirley Stock company in "Doris." NATATORIUM PARK—Vaudevll le. How Others View It The Kfisl Oregonian of Pendleton, one of the beat papers of the Inland Empire, writes the following comments on the telephone strike, which we reprint in order to show how the strike appaars to outsiders: "The strike of the Spokane telephone girls against the unreasonable and oppressive restrictions of the company meets with hearty approval from the public. "The company has a right to demand good service, close attention to duty, courteous treatment to patr...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 6 July 1903

PREACHERS FLAY BOYD FOR FLOP ON BOX EVIL Mayor Boyd's unqualified surrender to the liquor interests of the city following the Introduction of the Pratt box ordinance was taken up snd handled without gloves by two of the leading Spokane clergymen yes - terday. Both Rev. Van Osdel Of the First .Baptist church and Rev. Dr. Lambert I of the First Methodist church showed In their remarks that they have not ' decided to obey the mandate of ths mayor to keep quiet and let him and the liquor men settle the question boxes. the cruel murder of the man Mitchell In this city Thursday night Dr. Van Osdel said: "The Chicago chief of police tells Us that there has not been one holdup or murder In the city after 11 o'clock at night since the saloons were closed "DEAR CRY BABY" SUED BY HIS "PRETTY BABY" NEW YORK, July 6.—Miss Llssle IV Clark, one of the heaviest women ever seen in the county courthouse, appeared before Justice Stover and gave testimony at the trial of her suit to recover tttOO from ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 6 July 1903

POLICE SEARCH FOR MYSTERIOUS STRANGER ' The police department is search ing for a mysterious stranger who was seen with George Mitchell among the lower Stevens street sa loons early last Thursday night, the night on which Mitchell was mur dered. In the mind of officials there Is no doubt but that Mitchell met his death through falling In with the men who baunt the tongher saloons of the city and who have- their rcntrexvmis in the boxes provided in these saloons. Marshal Hopkins Wants Ducks. "What kind of domestic duck is it that looks so much like a mallard?" i was the question asked by I'nited j States Marshal Charles B. Hopkins this morning of his worthy assist ants, Felix Pugh and George Daven peck. "I want to get some just be fore the season opena on the 15th of August as decoys." "The Rouen," answered Pugh. from the depths of his knowledge of duck ' lore gained on his ranch. "In fact, ; they are nothing but a domesticated j mallard and can call their cousins for miles. Besides ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 7 July 1903

life CENT PEM Cm Per Itemta. ■0.208. POPE IS OPERATED , ON SUCCESSFULLY sVOtCX, July v.—An official Bulletin was Issssd by the pope's physicians late this afternoon. It saps: •eSksmxwture of tho pleura hae just tahsarplaea. Bight hundred grammes ef atsttsr. were extracted aad a rapid SBaassaatloa showed sauoous rattling la th* originally affected lung. The patient stood the operatloa courage ously and well, wslntslslasT his strength. His general ooadlttoa Is hettse, as ho is bow resting well, though his mind la aot so olaar. ••aTAtaoat, "xjkppoxrx." . BOMB, July 7.—Bulletin Issued at • p. ss. saps: "Satisfying conditions are being maintained Bis holiness' respiration, shows a slow hut gradual ameliora tion." Ths pops slept quietly after opera tion. When fully awakened he ex claimed: "Am I really la this world? I dreamed I was la paradise." BOMB, July 7.—Official bulletin at ISO a. SB.! "Pneumonia, from whloh hi* holl aets Is suffering, is now complicated by, plearisy and paralysis o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 7 July 1903

t The SpoKafie Press, taallshst treaty srasalng Except Sunday by The Press Puatlshla*Ok •CKIPrtMeRAI rnuw •EBVICB. Ok* Ml per uIH, at* OfnU per wwt twenty fly. cents per month ot •* fa» year. dotl"srsd by carrier. No froo eeptea, atahserlbers win confer a favor by promptly reporting all oaeea ot poot a* tardy delivery to the office. ______ tm Wwrnm* Arm. wiitmi asst c OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. to-tomt'S A&rusira— iSTTg. AUDITOR I I'M —Shirley Stock company In "Doris." NATATORIUM PARK—VaudevUle. The Drummers Who Didn't Eat. It was on a train that was reeling off the miles that keep Portland from being- a suburb. The fat drummer said he was hungry enough to eat a boiled owl. Tho dry goods drummer declared that if the porter did'nt open the buf fet In a Jiffy he was going to lunch on African raw—and he didn't want any body to forget it either. There were sevn men In the car, and they were as hungry as Hcppner flood refugees, and the porter did nt hurry. He staggered as lie passed down t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 7 July 1903

. sSMketav AM CaWaWassnnSSa - Si dSa ' CIRCOS GRAFTER IS CAUGHT IK POCATELLO POCATELLO, Idaho, July 7.—Con stable T. C. Reynolds ot i Pocatallo made an Important capture yesterday In the arrest of a party by the name of Frank lay, but who answers tho description of the man who victimised the people of Seattle, Spokane and ~ Other northwestern towns under the name of Seamans, Lane and other nu merous aliases. Fays graft Is contracting for food Supplies for ths Forepaugh & Sells Circus. He enters Into a contract for Xaneats, for instance, at a price 2 Cents per pound higher than the price j the desler asks, the letter's bill to be < paid on the day of performance, a'hd then has the dealer, In consideration of his getting the contract, pay him the excess price in cash. arrested yesterday he was Loufatt fta;olves Continuous Ovation. LONDON, July 7.—President kou t>et met with a continuous ovation today from the time he left York House In the forenoon for a visit to the French ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 7 July 1903

4 ROAD DISTRICTS FOR THE COUNTY At II special meeting of the county commissioners late yesterday the re districting of the county roads pro posed by the county surveyor was adopted and the 78 districts into Which the rounty has been divided heretofore have had Ihe boundaries changed and are now divided Into four. The Incorporated towns in the county of Spokane. Rockford. Span-, gle, Cheney. Medical Lake, are not Included In the four districts, as they are not under the supervision of the county commissioners, but the may ors and road commissioners of each looks after their roads. The road supervisors for the new districts do not take office until the first Monday In January and they will not be ap pointed until Inter on In the year. District No. 1 takes In that portion of the county which comprises town ships, 28. 27, 28, 29, ranges 43, 44. 45. and townships 27, 28, 29, range 42, E. W. M. In this district are the towns of Milan, Elk, Deer Park, Co No Change In the Linemen Strike. "S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 8 July 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Fire Cents Per Month. NO. 80S. POPE WORSE TODAY , MAY DIE TONIGHT BOMB, July S.—Ta* following of. natal bulletin was issued this morn ing i "Th* sons passed a fairly «Ulot algwaTlfcongn hs had no rwrtorlng slsop. MIS pulse Is becoming mors irregular. Besptration Is not so free ss it was yastsrday evening. Tha condition of tho pops doss not permit Of » Isngth/ anamination. Ths im proYaxasat In his pulmonary condition continues, but his eondltlon In g*n sral Is lass easy, owing to tho loss of straagth, which Is incressisg from time SO time. Ths d*r*lopm*nt ot blood poisoning msans that tha sad la tasTttabls." On waking this morning the pope said: "I wish It was all over. I know from my vision what is await ing me." PBBBIOTS 818 DEATH. Later the pope In his conversation with Mgr. Angel I, one of his attend ants, said: "I am sorry that I can not be pres ent at tomorrow's service, because tomorrow I shall die." Early this afternoon the pope had another faltlng fi...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 8 July 1903

t THe SpoKane Press. rablamad khnary Moaning Kaoapt Sunday bp *hs Press PiSaUstilssj Oa, SCRIPPS-McRAE PRESS SERVICE. . One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or t> •or year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Balmli ibara will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor 9t tardy delivery to th. office. •is rtraas tm. OiHiaUi »oa a. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER AUDITORIUM—ShirIey Stock company in "Doris." NATATORIUM PARK—Vaudeville. His Mother's Picture. This la about a convict named Smith—P. 11. Smith of Illinois, Smith waa sent to the penitentiary at Chester on a conviction of grand larceny and waa given an indeterminate sentence. A model prisoner, at the end of IB months he wns released on parole. One of the conditions of the parole was his pledge that he would not leave the state. Smith violated his parole the first thing. But wait— His mother was dead. He did not think much about his mother until he •jot into prison. Men have plenty of time t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 8 July 1903

ROOT FILES COMPLAINT AGAINST "MUG" SALOON 'At last night's council meeting the appointment of Or. C. O. Brown as member of the board of health to Succeed Dr. Allen was confirmed. The report of the finance commit tee allowing W. T. Rice J250 for damages from sidewalk accident was adopted. The protest of the First Baptist church against the granting of a saloon license to Herman Hleber near the Northwestern Business col lege was referred to the license com- Jxnlttee. The request of the Coeur d'Alene road for 1000 horsepower from the water works was placed on file, as the company has abandoned the plan. The city engineer was Instructed to ftnnder of Rykert Visiting In Spokane. J. C. Rykert, the founder of the j iownstte of Rykert, B. C, on the In-1 ternatlonnl boundary line, on the Kootenay river, is in the city, accom panied by his wife and child. Mr. Rykert Is a pioneer of tho Kootenays, having resided In that Section of the provlnco for the past 19 years, and is known by hundreds •f...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 8 July 1903

4 COUNCILMEN SIDESTEP ON SALOON BOX LAW The greatest side stepping exhibi tion that has edified visitors to the sessions of the city council in many Months occurred last night when Councilman Hand offered an amend ment to the Pratt ordinance doing nwey with doors , snd cucUtlns to boxes where liquors are sokl to tooth Sexes, the amendment ttelhg a propo sition to exempt hotels and restaur ants In the wording of. tin- ordiuauce. The side stepping was- done by mem bers of the city wnincn 'whb Tavor the wishes of the liquor Interests. From the time the ordinance was first introduced the saloon men have advanced the argument that it would Injure the trade of the Hotel Spokane ftnd Davenport's restaurant by work ing a hardship on those places. At one fell swoop the Hand amendment proposed to remove hotels and restau rants from the consideration. LXHDBLET LEADS FIOKT. Councilman Llndßley, who waa elected on the republican platform which called for the absolute abolish ment of boxes In sal...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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