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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 9 July 1903

aire cent m cm fl2 ' IT I i "i.i miMl I , iliii'M 1 ; !Vw»ty-FlTtjCe«ti fwr fitrntm. WO. ,10. POPE SEEMS BETTER MAY STILL RECOVER PARIB, July 9.—A telephone mes sage to Le Temps from Rome late this evening denies that a consulta tion was held today and says that the pope sjUscted, telling Rampolla that it was uwStcessary. The message adds that the pope will receive all the cardinals In Rome at 6 o'clock to night. Newspaper correspondents quote Lapponl as stating that the pope is out of danger. VIENNA, July 9.—Dr. Massonl told the Rome correspondent of the Ale gemln Zeitung this sfternoon that tho pope might live a year, though his death was possible within 24 hours. ROME. July 9.—At 6 o'clock this Sfternoon It Is reported that the pope was suddenly attacked with diar rhoea. This augments a weakness. Dr. Rossonl was called and a con sultation will take place immedi ately. ROME. July 9.—A1l Is quiet at the Vatican this morning. His holiness spent a restless night. Drs. Lapponl and Maz...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 9 July 1903

srCAIRPfHMeRAE PRISS SERVICE. 4Mb* east par aopy, sta oenta per weak. twsuty-Sts osats par stoat* st tt Bar year, delivered by carrier. Mo free copras. ttubsci sums. wBl confer a favor fay promptly reporting sll oasas at poor Br tardy lisTlSfßi at> tha office. •IS Pros* aVra. 4>IStOSHI BOX 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. AUDlTOßlt'M—Shirley Stock company in "Captain Impudence.'' NATATORIUM PARK—Vaudeville. Shakespeare and Chicago. The miracle called Shakespeare has its Jrrelevcnt doubters and de tractors. Brer since plausible evidence was offered seeming; to prove that the Im moral works of genius were written not by Shakespeare, but by another man Of the same name, the defamation and detraction have steadily gone on. Now a Chicago school principal named Watt has been mercilessly ex posing the intellectual and literary deficiencies of Shakespeare's writings. Here Is a part of his indictment: "His wit is of slim order. He is a cheap punster, and I hate punsters. He makes his Jokes of a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 9 July 1903

sjn» HEGIRA OF OUTLAWS ' Recent night raids by Sergeant ffohn Sullivan and the police on down town lodging houses and the officious Interference by these officials with ■women living in the red light district; •re said to he responsible for a •egira of the outlaw classes to the furnished room houses on Sprague •venue. >E So pronounced has been this re- Thoval from the vicinity of Front •venue and Howard and Stevens; Streets that Sprague avenue is rap- Idly getting the reputation for hous ing more of these people than the burnt district. Manjr of the women SJSjfjpi ply their trade In the down-town ■eetilsn have their permanent head ttuartcrs in Sprague avenue lodging Bouses. t Recently a reporter for The Press, : Sccompanled by c detective, visited MANY HARVEST HANDS GATHER AT PENDLETON PKNDLBTON. Ore,, July ».—Har dest hands are beginning to gather liere. Sheep shearers are returning from the Montana corrals; loggers. Whose work Is being interrupted by low water, the expert harve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 9 July 1903

ntCatfl-bWAKING Rt)N AT 70 MILES AN HOUR Charles 1.1 ft child and other Spo kane people who came In from Butte en the North Coast Limited on the 'Northern Pacific last night, report that the train on which they rode knade the fastest run ever recorded between Butte and Spokane. This Is the train which met with the collision tn Dakota in which th* engineer was killed, and the run from Butte here was an effort to make up lost time. Two hours of the time loot by the wreck were made up between the Montana city and Spokane. The train left Butte at 8:30 o'clock yes terday morning and arrived here at 6 SHIP GOODS AROUND HORN TO SPOKANE The first shipment of goods around "the Horn ever received by Spokane merchants wss received today by the Falls City Trading company. The consignment consisted of four carloads of whisky, and all the trucks available In the city were in use to convey the liquor from the depot to the warehouse. The procession was headed by a brass band. George W. Cleveland, v...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 10 July 1903

VARIETY THEATER BOXES ARE ILLEGAL ' By an ordinance which pseeed the eHy council In 1900 the variety the aters, of this oity sr« violating ths lew* of the city, have forfeited their llcensastand need not enter Into the propMeefrPrstt ordinance which con templates ths doing away of doors and curtslns In boxes where spirit uous liquors are sold to both sexes. The ordinance referred to provides thst variety theaters shall have the right to annual licenses, providing their places are of good moral repute and there are no curtains or doors on the boxes in such thee tore aad no females employed to solicit drinks. In the light msde by the liquor men's association .on ths Pratt ordi nance It has been contended that res taurants, hotels snd theaters would be Interfered with. The Hand amend ment to the Pratt ordinance pro posed to remove hotels end restau rants from being affected by the or dinance, and the discovery of this or dinance, passed In 1900, relating to variety theaters removes the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 10 July 1903

t The SpoKane Press. fwhtlshta ■very Bvealag Bxoept Sunday by The Press Publish!** Oa. * ' iii ■ •CRIPPw-MeRAK PRESS SERVICE. Cm* earn* par copy, ate aunts par wee*, twenty-five cents per month or It •or year, —Irrsrsd try oxrrter. No free a spies. ■Mhssrthsrs win confer a favor try promptly reporting; all oasts of poor OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. AUDITORIUM—ShirIey Mock company In "Captain Impudence."* MATATORIUM PARK—Vaudeville. His Second Wooing. Bob Fllssles ns Is to be married again just ss soon as lie gets through •preparing Jeffries for his battle with Corbett Mrs. Fttsslmmons died only a few months ago. Bob went about with crape on his hat declaring he would never marry Again. Mra. Pltsslmmons was a moat loyal and devoted wife and companion. eSrer historic m the annals of the republic Is that Incident at the ringside at Carson City, Cato's Insistent demand that Carthage must be destroyed Is not "setter remembered than the cry of Fltxslmmons' loving spouse: "Hit him In the slats. Bo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 10 July 1903

MANY WOMEN JUtXWS' TO GET TABS EOS PETS To the city hall for me," Is the try of every dog owner la Spokane, knd since City Treasurer Eggleston Began collecting the annual tax for hanlnes on July 1 he has Issued 777 licenses for male dogs and 53 licenses tor females. For the most part those paying licenses are women and boys. Wom an of high and low degree are digging ■Jp money to prolong doggie's life. #hese women callers, pearly all ef Ishem unfamiliar with city hall rou tine, begin trying- to pay the license as soon ss they cress the threshold ?f the city hall and keep on trying o pay until they get into the right Office. They halt everybody from the ketpred porter to the mayor, the cus terokry salutation being! "I hevs tny money and I want to pay my Cog's license and get tho tag for the looming year." Some women prefer dogs to eats, knd this fact has been demonstrated where as many as three tags have keen procured. One large woman frith a very red neee said: "I have' the desrest S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 10 July 1903

FEW CHANGES IN FAIR PREMIUM LIST • The worh of completing the do : tells of the premium list for the In terstate fair is about finished, and the coming week should see It ready for mailing. Comparing the list with that of '02 few radical changes are noted In amounts of premiums, while several additional prises are Included. In the horse show exhibit under the bead of draft hflrscs there are four sets of prises Instead of one. Separ ate prizes will be given for Clydes dales. English shires and French draft breeds. •» In the cattle exhibit the same in- Car Fittings Stolen. *~ . During the recent wreck of the North Coast Limited on the Northern Pacific various lamps, cushions, chairs, etc., In some mysterious fash lon disappeared. This has resulted In a circular being Issued by Super intendent B. E. Palmer of Missoula. In which he orders that whenever passenger cars are wrecked they roust be carefully watched to see that the furnishings are not re moved. Local Markets. Prices Paid to P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 11 July 1903

oil CENT PES cm ■ • raaagaaeawasesq v' sac "' Ptr Moatla, NO. 912. SWEENY PROMOTING A $15,000,000 DEAL Charles Sweeny, millionaire mine operator of this city, is In New York cteelng up one of tho largest mining coalsattempted in the west, In- properties valued at over $11,000,000. The transaction contemplates the consolidation under one management of the Empire State, the Standard, the Hecla end the Mammoth group of mines In the Coeur d'Alene district,' on which properties Mr. Sweeny has options, and tha srecUea of a new sssetter at Spokane. , The Coeur d'Alene mines produoe et per cent of the lead ores In ths United Ststee end the new combine will fight the American Smelting A Refining company, the trust. Ths primary object of the consolidation Is to free the Coeur d'Alenes from the oppressive tribute exacted by ths trust. The American Smelting A Refining company—the Guggenhelms—practi cally control the lead market of the country. The four mines mentioned ere slso in the trust, snd...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 11 July 1903

t TKe SpoKane Press*. wCMPPMweRAB PftCtt BErtVICE. Ows eewt gee espy, str cents pee week, twenty-dye cents per seewtk cc et Bee peer. sVsMeesed by oa trier. No free copies. Subscriber* will confer c favor by promptly reporting ell esses of pees Br tardy diiu iry to the office. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. T-OBIUBT'S AMDSBMBBTTB. AUDITORIUM—ShirIey Stock company In "Captain Impudence ' 1 NATATORIUM PARK—Vaudevll le. Her Redheaded Lover. "Yes, I know Albert Isn't handsome—perhaps he is even homely—l~ut I love him Just the same." Miss Martha Day Grelner of Denver said that about Albert Charles Dick inson of the same place. Albert Is as homely as Abraham Lincoln. Cupid, however, does not regard exteriors. So when Papa Grelner said Albert was too ugly for a son-in-law Martha eloped with him to Chicago. Grelner followed and had the couple arrested before they could marry. Interviewed by s reporter, Martha said: "Isn't a homely man safe In Chicago? I know he ain't good looking, but he has winning ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 11 July 1903

A||M|AMM| ■si MMI SKWVkU NESRO ALIVE TORE FLESH OFF BONES BI.IJKFIELD, W. Va.. July 11.—At Devlin on Mondsy a negro kidnaped B young girl, whom he took to the •roods snd tied with ropes. He re peatedly outraged her and left her lied. He returned Tuesday with food and again assaulted her. He repeat ed the progress Wednesday and Thursday. A searching party found tho girl, half dead, yesterday and resuscitated , tyworthtrs Gttther. DETROIT. Mich., July 11.—Just ; brhen this year's conventions of' the Baptist young people at Atlanta and the Christian Bodeavorers at Den ver have passed Into history the wßghodlst host will assemble in thil city for the great international con vention of the Kpworth eLague. The sessions will commence next Thurs day snd continue four ears. Com mittees are now engaged In complet ing the final arrangements for the entertainment ef the crowd, which is expected to be one of the largest ever geen In Detroit Ottawa. Oat.—lt la expected that the lead bounty bill w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 11 July 1903

Its CLUES FOUND OF MURDERER The police sre working on their ■r*t definite clue of the murderers •f Oeorge Mitchell, the Montana rail road foreman found murdered In Peaceful Valley below the Monroe attreet bridge on the morning of July t. It has become positively known that two men had Mitchell In tow on the preceding night, that they were with him among the saloons of the burnt district, and that a mysterious woman was a member of the party that Bight. The movements o*f ithese persons Many Deaths from Heat In New York. NEW TORK, July ll.—The. terrlflo heat continues. There were 11 deaths up to noop, though the number of prostrations Is not so lsrge as yes terday. The parks end recreation filers will be kept open nights as long as the heat lasts. Thousands took edvantage of this concession last night. The society for the prevention of cruelty to animals has arranged two horse baths. All fire stations have hose attached to wet down the teamsters and horses when they re quest It. The B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 13 July 1903

iR CENT PER COPT jCentt kVr MotrtkV NO.*!-. CAMPBELL DONATES A SITE FOR LIBRARY ' 'A. B. Campbell, millionaire mining knan of the firm of Finch & Campbell, purchased the Newbery site today and bffered It to the city unconditionally as for the proposed Carnegie llbrarf** Neither Mr. Campbell nor Manager T. Q. Thomson of the Hypotheekbank, who owned the site, would give the purchase price, A few days ago Mr. Thomson said ths property could be nought for $10,000 If It were to he used as the library site. The Newberry site Is bounded by Cedar street, First avenue, Walnut street. Riverside avenue and Sprague avenue, and commands a beautiful view, of the river. It Is four blocks west of Monroe street and Is passed by the Sprague avenue car line lead ing to Browne's addition. At present a dwelling and barn are on the prop erty. I If the proposed $60,000 library were built on the site it could be surround ed by a nice grass plot, would have POPE HAS A RELAPSE NOW SINKING RAPIDLY POPE LE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 13 July 1903

1 THe SpoKane Press. •Ctttm-McRAB PRKsa SERVICE. Oa* cant gee essay, six cents par wish, twenty-are cents per batatas a* M gnr year, delivered by carrier. No free copies Subscriber, will confer a favor by promptly reporting all eases of post SV tardy delivery to the office. ana r—at At*. EwstiSt.i gnat «. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. AUDrrOßlVM—Shirley Stock company in '"Captain Impudence," re peated by request. NATATORIUM PARK —Vaudeville. The Age of Big Enterprises Tes, this is an age of big enterprises. The Pennsylvania company Is getting ready for its n/w terminal station In New Tork. That means the wreckage of entire blocks of buildings; churches are to be torn down; warehouses, dwellings by the hundred,.great •tores —all are doomed to destruction. In a short time buildings worth more than $7,000,000 will be reduced to plies of brick and old lumber, while thou sands of persons will seek new quarters. This going into the heart of a city and sweeping aside block after block of buildings ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 13 July 1903

MISSOURI BANDITS 1 ON TRIAL AT UNION UNION, Mo., July 'It.—The term Of the circuit court' which opened here today wIU likely be made not able by the trial of the Urdon bank robbers, George Collins snd William Rudolph, the hatter of whom created s great sensation laat week by his daring escape from the St. Louis Jail, Where the two were confined await ing trial. Not since the extermina tion of the Coffeyvllle gang which flourished several years ago haa this section of the country produced two tnore desperate criminals than Ru.- dolph and Collins, neither of whom is snore than tl years old. On December 2T Inst, the two young • men rode into Union, terror ised everyone in the town, entered the bank and stole 114.000 In cur rency and $110,000 In securities. They £kjd to Rudolph's home, and when surrounded by deputy sheriffs escap ed after killing one of the posse. In Rudolph's home the official found; a scrap of paper on which was scrawled "George Collins, Hartford.* Telegraphic Brleffe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 13 July 1903

4 40 YEARS A HERMIT DIES IN ALMSHOUSE T-EROY. N. V., July 13 —Rescued from starvation and exposure, a grad uate of Harvard college is dead tn the county almshouse at Bethany. He was James C. Hall, and during 40 years he bore the name of the Alex ander hermit. No one ever knew what drove him from society, but during two score years he lived absolutely alone on his farm of 160 acres near Alexander. The place ran to weeds and brambles; barns and sheds rotted away; every room In the . house but the kitchen was closed, moldered and damp, go ing Into decay. Prisoners Play Cards to Spank Each Other. • Prisoners confined In Jail with noth ing to occupy their efforts usually find some way of killing time. The ingenuity shown Is often remarkable. To some these means may savor of the childhood, make-believe play, but that ■ harp, does not bother the adults who may be guilty of it. In the county Jail the other day a reporter saw an instance. The game was at cards. Seven-up. There were no chips ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 14 July 1903

"ONE CENT Xt «WY Twcas>f4*» Cnu_ HrH«»ta, NO. 11 *. POPE SLOWLY DYING BECOMING DELIRIOUS ROME, July 14.—The official bulle tin this morning reads: "Up to 8 o'clock this morning no change was observed in the pope's graAV condition as stated 'yesterday evening. His holiness' pulsation Is •2, respiration SO, temperature 36.6 centigrade." This morning after the bulletin was Issued by the doctors it was stated at the Vatican that his holiness would probably live for another day. The pope's wonderful efficient heart na tion, while constantly weakening, does not threaten Immediate exhaus tion. The Vatican attendants, how ever, have now entirely relinquished hope and believe It Is a matter of hours only. POLICE TO EXPLAIN ADOUT SALOON BOXES In connection with the final consid eration of the Pratt box ordinance, which Is to come before the city council tonight. Chief of Police Woydt, Sergeant of Police John Sulli van and other officers of the polloe department are to be asked to come befo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 14 July 1903

THe SpoKane Press. •esMtsSssd awery s>rsalag Ssissat Sunday hy Ths Press Publishing OS. •CRIPPSMcRAE PRESS SERVICE. One seat per easy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or M far year, delivered by carrier. No free copies Subscribers will confer s favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor •f tardy delivery to the office. SM rrssr* diss, sre saltan Bex 4, OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. AUDITORIUM —Shirley Stock company in "Captain Impudence," re peated by request NATATORIUM PARK—Vaudeville. Only A Working Girl. "She ts a working girl and has nothing to lose. lam the one to suffer. I am a business man and well known. I hold a responsible position with a business firm and I must bear all the brunt of the scandal." So said Arthur W. Frick of Chicago to a reporter. The working girl he speaks of is Miss Myrtle Huntington, formerly In Frlck's employ. Miss Huntington had Mrs. Fiick arrested for assault and battery, and also sued her for damages. Mrs. Frlclc was Jealous of Miss Hun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 14 July 1903

MOAT HOUSE MURDERER REAL RLUEBEARD HUNG LONDON, July 14.—Samuel Herbert Dougal, known aa the "Moat House" murderer, waa hanged today In Chelmsford prison. The execution closes a career of crime that was surrounded by as many circumstances of mystery and Sensation as the brain .of a novelist liver lnVented. The deed for which he paid the death penalty was the murder of Miss Camtlle Cecile Hol land, a woman of independent means who not only gave him her affection, but trusted him so' far as to buy the lonol/ Moat farm, where they might Hikf together in peace. He betrayed her trust, and with scarcely conceiv able baseness, drove her out into the atlllness of the night to blow out her brains, that he might become possessed of her property, which he succeeded in doing by forging her name to her cheeks. Shortly before he was hanged Dougal was taken from his cell and made a new confession of hla crime, acknowledging his guilt Dougal waa of smart military ap pearance, pleasant of speech, an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 14 July 1903

4 MAYOR SAYS NO DECENT WOMEN VISIT THEATERS The city officials have not yet de termined what course to pursue re garding the enforcement of the law regarding variety theaters. The law distinctly prohibits boxes in the aters, or the employment of women to solicit, and states that theaters roust close at 2 a. m. Every proviso of the law is being violated and no effort Is made to en force It, although the city officials are exceptionally scrupulous In ar resting men for violating the ordi nance against women of ill fame and the ordinance against men who by fooling away their money in theater and saloon boxes have placed them selves in the vagrancy class. Mayor Boyd said this morning: "I will have to read the ordinance before giving an opinion, although I remem ber that such an ordinance passed the council during the Comstock ad ministration. I have not visited a variety theater in five years, and do 107 to Cruise On Timber Land. A party composed of 107 people from Wisconsin, Minnesota ...

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