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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 15 July 1903

ONE CENT PER COPT TwCTtTjrtw Crite For Mesth. NO. 316. BOX REFORM LAW PASSES THE COONCIL Assta'flrstenlng for more than, an hour to facts copied from the police records and to Chief of Police Woydt Snd Police Sergeant John Sullivan. .Who told of the evil after evil that kad been perpetrated under the pro tection of the saloon boxes of this City, the council laat night by a vote Sf • to 4 paeeed the Pratt ordinance requiring the removal of curtains and doors from boxes where spirituous liquors are sold to both sexee. The ordinance also requires that, with the exception of reatauranta and hotel*, all places carrying on the liquor trade for both sexes must have the entrance into the main barroom, By thle decision saloons can no longer fatten on the trade furnished toy the young boys and girls of this elty, who, in the secrecy of the saloon box, have been permitted to lose their morals and to forfeit their claim to being sober and upright young cltl sens. BOW TBB TOTB STOOD. Those who v...

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. — 15 July 1903

t TKe SpoKane Press. sMHatMa ■eery arrenlng Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Oft •CmfPeVMcriAK rHIN SCR VICE. One seat per oopr. six cents per week, twenty-five oeats per month or II Bar sear, delivered by carrier. No free copies. •nbserfbers wtll confer a favor try promptly reporting an oases ef pat* tar tardy delivery to the eence. ■M Proa* Aye. ■alspfcone Main ITs. •awtoMoe Boa a. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. AUDITORIUM—ShirIey Stock company in "Captain Impudence," re peated by request. NATATORIUM PARK—Vaudeville. Heredity or Environment. A new contribution has been made to the old nge discussion as to what la the stronger force—heredity or environment The United States bureau or education has Issued a pamphlet by Arthur McDonald, specialist on "The Criminal, Pauper nnd Defective Classes." Mr. McDonald minimizes the power of heredity. He Is optimistic in the belief that inherited tendencies may be overcome by proper surroundings. Crime, in his view, is mostly due to association. Tli...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 15 July 1903

MANY IMMIGRANTS EXPECTED THIS FALL Dealer* tn farm lands anticipate Hn Influx of purchasers during Sep tember and October. A round of the local offices finds an optimistic feel ing prevailing, and while It Is admit ted that the spring immigration rush •eras not so heavy as the past season, those who came represented a more substantial element of buyers of Im proved property. jf One agent summarised the situation *a follows: "Owing to the late spring and the cold Weather back east farm ' ers did not feel like coming west. Meanwhile they have kept in corre spondence with agents, and just as ■oon an the harvesting is over will comatp Bpokane. , Thebtiyers during the first part of the year came principally from lowa Gets 5 Years for Killing Wife's Lover PITTSBURG, Pa., July IB—Dr. (Counts, who recently killed a wealthy contractor named Walsh, whom he found in company with his wife, wss this morning sentenced to five years* Imprisonment for voluntary man- Slaughter. WatervUle, Wash.—w. J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 15 July 1903

VORHEES WOULD TALK SALOONS BEFORE GOD "arret* weed X hare uttered here C weald utter in the presence of my •rod." The above flight in the direction of spread eagle oratory was not uttered fey a man who was testifying to keep Ills native land from dissolution, Neither was It uttered aa a pledge that a plpr sticking contest had been faithfully performed. It was tlie statement of Attorney Charles Voor hees last night while he was on the floor of the council chamber asking that a license be granted the llieber Brewing company for a saroon at S2l Second avenue, the proposed saloon location that has been so objection able to the members of the First Baptist church. Strong men In the council did not fall down and weep when Mr. Voor beea spoke of being in the presence of the Almighty. Probably everyone present took the statement for what It was worth. Before the worde were uttered by Mr. Voorhees the license committee of the elty council had recommended BASEBALL WAR TO END LUCAS TO LOSE HIS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 16 July 1903

OJfE CENT PER COPT SBSSSsasnBBS? 1 SWeWsW ELECTRIC CAR LINE TO MEDICAL LAKE Providing ths elty council toss set freest aa enslssrei ftsssslss ts ths #ksnUS4rtOß Water Fewer cesapaay ts cress She irts/ssss new bridge over sTasgsns creek, tho Spokane Traetton iisnjtsr wtU eertend ths lines to th* Ststalty ef Ones* d'Alese park, across Ms a gnu" creek ts West strove addi tion, theavoe hp war ef Greenwood simitars to Port Wright. A second branch wtU also be constructed frees ths weet side of Hangman creek, seats, thxongh Queen Ass's ad dittos so Medioal i*ke. Jay P. Graves, the manager ef ths Spokane Traction company, when seen today relative to the above said: "It ts the policy of our company to build to all parts of the city not at present Supplied with a car service, provided tho returns would Justify the expen diture. In connection with a service crossing Hangman creek the position Is this. . Soms months ago we were Approached by certain parties with a view, primarily, to sounding u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 16 July 1903

t THe Spohane Press. nrsßllss.il BeSS| Evening Bxoept sXiuSay by Tho Press Publishing Ce. One cent per copy, stx oents per week, twenty-lire cents per month or M Bar year, delivered by carrier. No free copies, Bnsssrlbsis will so nasi s favor by promptly reporting an esses of ps*» Be tardy dolHsry to the office. ■ . OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. TOaTXaSTT'S AWVSBMEBTS. ATTOITORIUM—ShirIey Stock company In "The Ch|»d of the Regl- Bsent." preceded by "A Virginia Romance." NATATORIUM PARK—Vaudeville. To Young Men. Wait a moment, young man. Tan any yon haven't been given a fair chance tn life to make something tat youraelf ? ' Look at William E. Corey, who haa Just been elected president of the Vailed States Steel corporation at a salary that would make a man rich In a year. Do you think he had a "pull?" Me did. Fifteen years ago Corey was pushing a wheelbarrow In the yards of one ef Carnegie's mills in Braddock. And this was his "pull." He wheeled so much more Iron in a day than the men at his ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 16 July 1903

MANY IMPROVEMENTS IN PIERCE CITY CAMP H. W. Oreenberg has returned from tt two weeks? outing st Pierce City, Idaho. Ho is Interested la tho Red Cloud group, 12 miles north ot the Camp aad has been doing some pros pecting. He states that the property lias a 18-foot free milling quarts ledge. A ehaft Is being busk, and Mtt a depth of 20 feet values average m} 3 per ton. In places rich stringers are met running the values up late the thousands. . such wxxvd son. The principal property In the Pierce City camp Is the Wild Rosa. It has the distinction of being the richest With a little "baby" three-stamp mill the company cleaned up $18,000 laat season over and above all run ning expenses. The property Is de veloped by a 130-foot shaft and drifts. At present a cross cut tunnel is being; driven to tap the Ledge st s depth of 240 feet. The vent shows s width of 20 feet of which a pay streak of two feet is milled, averaging JIOO In gold per ton. Another prominent mine Is the San tiago. The ow...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 16 July 1903

Jm - ILSE PAID OFF MEN AT LESS THAN SCALE •■ — I Contractor Use. who Is putting in the concrete foundation at tlie north end of the Monroe street bridge, has promised his men that on next Mon day he will make up the difference la wages that last Monday threatened to tie up the work for the time be ing. Much troable was stirred up then by the contractors action in paying off the men at $2 per day when the city ordinance under which he got the contract calls for 12.25 and he had bid on the contract, using this scale In basing his estimate. The business, agent of the Federal Union has exacted a promise from Paleface Steele from en Indian.; Padis Laura, a Spokane Indian, railed at the police station thia morn ing and reported that a thief atole a new black coat and vest from hla room in the O. K. lodging house. Thia la the first Indian In many moons who haa complained of being the victim of the paleface thief. Laura la a bright looking redskin. Speaks good English and has a fine farm on...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 17 July 1903

•HE CENT PER COPT Conti Per Month. NO. 171. CHEAPER WATER TO FAVORED PARTIES Special privileges ar. being trotted W «WATori« parties by oMy of - l«Ula whereby the former ars P«r astttsd to rednoe their wktar rent »y the tsarfcellatloa ef meters te aa amount less taaa one qasrlor of what others now pay or ef what the parttea taesaeeteea previously paid. For two or three days a row haa been brewing- between city hall of ficials over the proposition of putting water meters In every house In town. Part of the officials are Insistent In their demands that the meter system be adopted, and part are equally firm in their opplsltloh to the meter plan. Several meetings have been held, the corporation oounsel has been con sulted and rendered an opinion yester day at a meeting between the city commissioners and City Treasurer Eggleston, and tha problem la fur ther from solution than before. Superintendent of the Water De partment Weymolith la leading the fight for the adoption of the meter eyst...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 17 July 1903

t The SpoKane Press. m tKsUPPSMuljajl f**UTJkS SERVICE. eeert war asps/, sax eecits per ween, twenty-five cents pee sssateh as Ss par year, seilrei sal hy carrier. No free copies. Keshan lain, will confer a Savor bp promptly reporting all osass oC pee* fig tardy daily scy to the office. ma Piwst svvs. •sMphuss seats 111. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. AUDITORIUM—ShirIey Stock company In "The Child of the Regl nssat," preceded by "A Virginia Romance." NATATORIUM PARK —Vaudeville. Didn't Fight and Was No Coward. In these days of feuds. It ts good to read about Colonel Oeorge W. Veale, a Topeka (Kas.) cattle owner. He heard that a fence was down and his cattle in a neighbor's corn. The neighbor seized the cattle and sent a ehotgun message that seemingly called for bloodshed. They shoot at the drop of a hat in Kansas. The feud blood rune in the Tefna of the ranchers. They are as Jealous of their rights as ever was a «lttsen of Breathitt county. Ky. Colonel Veale did some hard thinking. He argued ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 17 July 1903

MISER KIU.ER CHILD KILLER RANGED SOUTH MOLESTER, I. Si, July 17.—Everything IS In readiness for the double execution which takes place here thle afternoon in the fed eral jail stockade. The condemned persona are Charles Barrett, whs killed John Hennesay, an aged miser, for his money, and Dora Wright, col ored, who whipped a little child to death and then mutilated the corpse tn throw suspicion on s white man. Motbtr and Child Dla fey Ptton. SEATTLE. July 17.—Monday Mrs. Anale Mull died suddenly from hem orrhage of the stomach. Tuesday her S-year-old daughter died from the same complaint. Investigation hy the ooroner disclosed ths fact today that both mother snd child were killed by nn Irritant poison. The fact that the child died one day later than tho mother makes It certain that the poi son was administered by some person as yet unknown. Mr. Mull Is well to do. OIOLIBi HTPAJTTVM. ■Till* hua IfttMT Isee*, +mmm*JSmA mm *. - Thia has rotrg been retarded at one of the moat dangerous a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 17 July 1903

4 VETO MEANS DOYD'S POLITICAL DEATH Will Mayor Boyd veto the ordi nance removing curtains and doors from saloons? That is the question asked most nhout the city, especially by the fath ers of young boys and girls. Mayor Boyd hns not commuted himself on the suj».lect. Delegations from both the better element and the liquor interests are almost in con stant attendance upon him, urging their various sides of the case. Many leading citlxens hnve come to the cnum llmen who voted for the Pratt ordinance and thanked them for their efforts to minimize vice. As. Mayor Boyd stands pledged to the republican platform and has fre TRIES TO END POVERTY MURDERING CHILDREN LOS ANGriLES. Oil, July IT.— Mrs. Mary Hughlett, a widow from Santa Ana, in a fit of despondency tried to kill herself and her two chil dren, Frank, aged 14. and Grace, aged 12, In a house here last night with laudanum. She took too much and the overdose of poison acted as an emetic and they were saved. Mrs. Hughletl's husband die...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 18 July 1903

OWE CEIfT PEt CO FT GOLD BUG GROUP SOLD . TO FULLER SYNDICATE 'ft. V. Puller, manager of the Washington Home company, la at the head of s syndicate of Greenwood, B. C, Chicago, 111., Dakota snd Bpo kane capitalists, who have bonded aa* of the largeet groups of mineral claims In the Boundary district. The papers are all signed and the vend ors will receive their first cash pay ment next Friday. While Mr. Fuller declines to give out the amount ot the consideration. The Press is Informed by reliable parties that the caah amount is in the neighborhood of $10,000, besides GREAT ACTIVITY IN MINING STOCK SALES The past week has witnessed a con tinued activity in the local mining stock market. Brokers express satis faction on the fact that buyers and sellers hnve come together. A new feature that has helped out the vol ume of trade Is the appearance of buying orders for local shares from Portland, Grangeville and San Fran cisco, three placee that heretofore never dealt here. Toronto and Mon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 18 July 1903

f The SpoKane Press. SrSaliil ll ■*«■ eprsalss Hespt fkssfist by The Press Publishing Cs. mumwtMmmMt fmm mmnrnt. ©ss cant per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or H fcjT OSWfteM*. Ks> CfM COf>l#etV •sheetlbets will confer s favor by promptly reporting all sssss of post far tardy ssHssry to the office. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. AUDITORIUM—ShirIey Stock osrapany in "The Child of the Regl- Bssst." prsoiSad by "A Virginia Romance." NATATOSUUM PARK—Vaudeville, One "Dangerous Foreigner." This la a Mt or s story about a boy to whom Amarloa care a chance. Hla name to Maurice Benjamin Rich and he came here when 11 years of sge from Austria. His family settled In Providence, R. I. Maurice began selling newspapers right away. He didn't know the Eng lish language, nor the ways of the street nor of newsboys. But he learned rapidly, sometimes having a lesson pounded into him. He saw the need of an education, and within two months of his arrival was at a grammar school, where ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 18 July 1903

BOUNDARY SMELTERS OUTPUT 274,567 TUNS notwithstanding the several set backs the Boundary district ha* re ceived sine* (he first ot the rear, oaased through the lack of a con tinuous supply of coke at the three smelters, the cutput for the llrst mix months of the year amounted to 174,- --'Blt tons, showing an Increase of 11,- HN tons for the corresponding period Bf last year. JBse already wonderful production OT the low grade copper-gold mines Of that section of British Colombia la as yet In Its Infancy. The pay rolls of the different mines and the three smelters at present aggregate letO men, and anyone who Is familiar wtkhjtlie history of the development Of that section does not doubt for one moment that this number will be trebled In the course of a few years. AH three smelting plants have In View the increasing of their capacity. The Oranby smelter at Grand Forks has four furnaoes and within the next nix weeks two more will be turning Ottt copper matte. The Montreal tc Boston com...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 18 July 1903

4 EPWORTH MEETING DRAWING TO A CLOSE DETROIT, Mich.. July 18.—The proceedings of the Kpworth League International conference are nearlng S close, but no abatement of Interest la apparent on that account. The, morning watch services in the Central M. B. church at 6:80 o'clock this morning were conducted by Thomas 8. Marshall of Salem. 111., and were well attended At s a. m. the gather ing divided into three great confer ences, composed respectively of the delegates and visitors representing the Methodist Episcopal church, the M. E. church, south, and the Metho dist Episcopal church of Canada. Bishop Isaac W. Joyce presided over the conference of the M. E. church held in Auditorium Epworth. Rev. N. A. Swlckard of Aberdeen. S. D„ discoursed on "The Literary Work of the Chapter." Bishop K. E. Hoss was the presiding officer at the conference cf the M. E. church, south, and among For Queen of Carnival. One of the moat popular candi dates for queen of the labor carni val la Mias Eetella Sp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 20 July 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. K0.«1». LEO XIII. PASSES AWAYf WASSnMOTOH, July 00.—United FtMStIS Charge d'Atfaixes Olbbons st Borne wires the state department that tho pope died at 4:10 p. m., July SO. OTSTXB BAT, L. L, July 20.— (President Roosav.lt has Just been no jMSed bp the Commercial oable offloe that the pope Is dead. HZW TORS, July SO.—The West era Union Telegraph company at 10:00 p. m. announced that the pope Is dead. WASHINGTON, July 10.—Tho fee lowing was sent to Cardinal Rampolla at Rome by Prealdent Roosevelt's or der at 1:16 this afternoon: "The president desires me to ex press his profound sense of the loas the Christian world sustains by the death of his holiness, who by his lofty character, hla great learning and his comprehensive Charity adorn ed his exalted station and made his reign one of the most Illustrious, as It has been one of the longest, in the history of the Catholic church. SLEPT BUT LITTLB. ROME, July 20.—The holy sacra ment was expos...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 20 July 1903

t THe SpoKane Press* tlajttttaaat aWWI •throning Except Sunday ay Tha Praaa Publishing OR •CRIPPS-McRAK PRIM SERVICB. Owe oca* mm •opr. ars cents par wan, twenty fly« cents par most* a* M Istunrhais will mam a fares* by sesjesstiy rtrwrtlm ell oases at poo* •*• tarty delivery ta tha acne*. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. AI T DITORIt T M—ShirIey Stock company in "Hasel Klrke."* KATATORII'M PARK—Vaudeville. His Worif for Peace. Pope Leo Xtll Is dead. He was Europe's grand old man, and a thousand editorials might be writ ten dealing with his achievements. He was great In every sense of the word, and his splendid character appealed te the Christian, ths Jew, the Pagan all. As a pope the history of the Church of Rome names no man more bril liant. Intelligent, forceful. He waa a patron of the arts and a writer of no mean atuineaents. He possessed the executive ability of a general. His tnentsl capacity was truly wonderful. AH these things, coupled with a heart as tender as a woman's, voerflow tng w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 20 July 1903

SPEAKER HARE OUT FOR GOVERNORSHIP . William f. VeSsey, s prominent and Influential republican of Yakima Sounty. was In Spokane yesterday and Sjuletly tipped off to friends the fact that Dr. W. X Hare la the choice •f the republicans ot that county for the gubernatorial nomination next year and that all "the boys" were lin ing up for him. Dr. Hare wss the speaker of the laat legislature. He is a pioneer of the Yakima valley. Although last J/ear saw hla flret term In the legis lature, he had backing enough to land him In the chair of the speaker. Credit has, nil along been given to the railroad lobby Interests in land-1 lng Hare in the chair, and it Is FOR CARNIVAL QUEEN. Mtjja Ltssle Anderson, whoae poetraTT ia here given, has been nominated by Waitresses' Alli ance, No. *S*V IB a member of that organization, and Is employed nt present in the Roekaway restau rant, 714 Bprague avenue. Mlsa Anderson Was endorsed by the brewery workers Saturday eve ning. The voting for carnival ejueen b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 20 July 1903

J ■ ARRESTS THREATENED IN LIDGERWOOD PARK 100 Charlton anc. the other city tenter inspectors nre planning whole amis'arrests In I.Mgerwood park un less the people of that fashionable Suburb eeese using watering hose Without a nossle. During the past three or four nights the Inspectors have been mak ing an Inventory of L-ldgcrwood peo ple who sprinkle without the nossle. The list showed the cTty hall officials this morning contains the names of IS people who are violating the law requiring hose to be nosaled. DEAN ARRESTED DRUNK WITH $5,000 IN POCEKT K. H. Dean, the Scotch bondholder, who owns the Dean building and other valuable pieces of real estate near the center of the city, was again arrested for Intoxication by tho po lice ahortly after midnight this morn ing. When searched at the police sta tion Dean had a trifle of $5001.50 on his person. He remonstrated loudly against the rights of the police de partment to arrest a citizen of stand SPORTING NEWS. Won. Lost. P.C. Butte 51 3...

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