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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 21 July 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY TV«»ty-Fl>/t Ctati ft* H Mtk | - ' ——«■ _ J HO. 830. . POMTIFrS REMAINS . ARE LYING IN STATE mOkCB, Jafcr si—The eeaarreerattom oar carsssals at their session thia a*v tecstsea Hasted ttmy. Msnj Boreal siseitasy ef the s—chiTO, This ts aaaaassd te be a -tetsa- for Osswtaal Oreejtta, who ia new leaked asoa aa n. assssßßssi nMMur te mmm asssnl ROUE, July 11.—The body ot the let* pepe waa embalmed at 1 o'clock thle afternoon under Lnppont's super vision. Then tha deceased pontiff was dressed In cassock, surplice and wool en cap and carried to the consistory ball to be visited by cardinals, am bassadors and members of the papal court. The cardinals aaaembled In the con sistory chapel this morning and the customary oath of secrecy was ad ministered. Previous to assembling the cardinals visited the remains of the pope. The scene waa moat im pressive. The body lay on a couch covered with the Insignia of a cardi nal, the crucifix claaped in the thin Angers. The penitent...

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. — 21 July 1903

t The SpoHane Press. far }Benk, dessmrod try earner. He free espies. akeßßSsthors effl confer a favor by nwmtty roasrttog all aaaes ear past Br saitj delivery k* fhe office. mm sTswsS Are. •tPiatiSMi 9mm 4, OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. AUDITORIUM—ShirIey Stock company in "Hasel Klrke."' MATATORMJM PARK—Vaadevßle. Dangers of Mob Law. A correspondent wants to know what this newspaper thinks of the state ments recently made by the Rev. Dr. Bartlctt of Chicago respecting lynck ings. ( That's easy. Dr. Bartlett sn effect justifies mob law. He says too much emphasis Is placed by preen and pnledt on the danger of mob law and too little upon the "horrors of criminal assaults upon women, nnd that any father would do what the mob does. Dr. Bartlett, In the first place, falls to distinguish. How many different crimes do you suppose are represented by the »» lynchlngs In this country last year? More than a dosen! And some of them ordinary crimes. Less than one third were oases of criminal assanlt. Mani...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 21 July 1903

OMOII DONATIONS TO STRIKING OPERATORS A 15* cheek was gtven Ore treas urer of th* striking telephone oper ators today hy the carpenters' union, j the first donation hy that body, max- ; lng a total ot $3*5 thus far collected' nan asnaud to the asslstswai of the •strikers by the various aodees of or era nixed laker of the olty. The palnt | era have noted ft*; cooks and wait s' *>rs, S10; plasterers, S*o; Ironworkers, 525; bartend.r*. (20; electrical work •rs, MO; building laborer*. (26; tin. Mere, (20; carpenters, Set; Brother hood of Rail war Trainmen. #S0; ■Jfk Lovtly Old Staff for Autos. J EPPERSON CITY, Mo, July 11.— Missouri's new automobile law la now tn effect, aad If it is enforced, which •cents doubtful, the owners of self propelling vehicles will have little •port In the state. Under the pro visions of the statute, it will cost them from 1100 to $1000, or a jail sentence, ranging from SO days to «ix months, or both, for violating any section of It, They must be licensed ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 21 July 1903

4 SINKING CAISSONS FOR CITY WATER City Engineer Allen P. Gill began the work today of sinking tlie first of two or three caissons to be put sown above the up-river pumping elation for the purpose of ascertain ing whether or not the flow of water Is sufficient to supply the pumping station Independent of water taken Into the station directly from the river. On the outcome of these experi ments depends the building of Im mense lumber mills and a wooden ware factory Just above the pumping elation, and the ability to supply Bpo kane with Altered water by thle meth od also depends on the experiment. Bach caisson will be about 10 feet ,tn depth and alx feet In width. The caissons are to be sunk on the river bank, almost at water level. By means of machines the engineer will determine the flow through each cais son. If the plan of the engineering de partment Is carried out, tho caissons will have been sunk and the flow measurements made In. time for a . complete report to the meeting of th...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 July 1903

ONE CENT PER COPT FerJ^t*. MO. 821. EQUALITY BEFORE THE LAW DEMANDS PARDONS FOR DONOVAN and CUSTER The pardon by Governor Mcßride iof Ben Driscoli hes arounscd * uni versal Indignation end caused much public criticism ot the leniency shown criminals in Spokane nnd of the un just discrimination practiced. Tbe history of the Adler assault Is (JPtVell known to need repetition. All three assailants, Ben Driscoli, Oeorge Donovan and Del Custer, were held to the superior court charged with rape. Through the leniency of the prosecuting attorney they were allowed to plead guilty to a crime of less degree, and all sentenced to Six months' Imprisonment. - Tho punishment of one should ho the punishment of all. If Driscoli Is pardoned, tho other two should be alee, and In the Interest of fair play for these men who have no Influential friends, The Frees has prepared the following petition to Governor Mc- Bride aaklng pardon. All three men were charged with the same erlme, but Drlscoll's bond wa...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 July 1903

The SpoKane Press. •CrtlPPw ***** rntst UAVICB. dsns oca* nor eeaw, edg oamda per weak, twenty In coats per asiafk ot » mm giag. jslltlid Bp sorrier. Mo free copies. BT tardy daltvory te the on easily rsuartisur aU oaaeo — v SgßJaaßh) snafcatm dsMoaa OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. AUDITORIUM —Shirley Stock company in "Hasel Klrke,"* NATATORIttM PARK—Vaudeville. Chfldren as "Dogs." "Is thy servant a dog that he should do this thlngT In the glass bottle factories the children who trot nil night long, carry ing bottles from the moulder to the annealing oven are aa "dogs." Theirs la certainly n dog's Job. The children thus employed are not taken as apprentices. There la no hope of promotion. They will never be anything bat "dogs" In the glass factory, tf a real canine hod fingers It ooutd do the work ot the child. And here Is a strange thing: This child labor la employed In glass factories because organized labor has opposed a law against it. * Child labor laws, the country over, have been passed...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 July 1903

SPOKANE BANKERS GO TO STATE MEETING Spokane will be won represented kt th* eighth annual convention of Ike State Bankers' association to be held at WhateOsn-Falrhaven tomor row, Friday and Saturday. Among those who WISe present are: W. D. Vincent, CashWr of the Old Na tional bank and treasurer of the'as sociation ; J. Earner West, assistant oaahler of the Traders' National' hank; Oeorge 8. Brooke, president ot tft* Fidelity National bank; C. B. Mcßroom, oaahler, . ahd . William ■kaw, assistant Cashier Of ths Ex change National bank, and R. Lew la Hjjtter, secretary of the Spokane ft Kaetern bank. Mr. Brooke contributes an address Oft the opening day On "The Theory and Practice of Banking." The convention will be called to pfaOßsM, Irnr-Book theater, Whatcom, at WWciOok Thursday morning. In the evening the commercial eHibe Of Bellingham Bay cities will tender a reception and dance at the Swanton kail. avcrr Friday morning the mem- Baptists Plan Revivals. KKW YORK, July tt.—Th* cant i...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 July 1903

SALOON BOX EVIL IS PROTECTED BY MAYOR Mayor Boyd has vetoed the Pratt anlonn box ordinance, and added an other brilliant act to his brief but glorious career as mayor. By this veto he has broken faith with the re publican party, which elected htm, dishonored his platform and outraged the moral element of Spokane: The "burnt district" and tlie Whisky ring came out with flying colors at the meeting of the city council last night, when a long winded harangue waa read from Mayor Boyd explaining why it would not be right for the Pratt box ordinance to become a law. So generally was it known that the mayor would not approve the ordi nance that none of the "girls" from Klondike alley or the men who keep the saloons where the "girls", hang out came over to offer their applause for the courageous stand taken by hia honor. In hla message, one of the longest explanations and defenses of an of ficial act over read on the floor of the council, the mayor attacka the homes whoae sons and daughters...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 23 July 1903

ONE CENT PEI COPY Cents Per Month. tnwun MAtm m. ae.m. MANY SIGN PETITIONS REQUESTING J FAIR PLAY FOR DONOVAN and CUSTER The stand taken by the Press In faOM>»T>f equality before the law in the viae of Donovan and Custer has met with much commendation from Ml ranks of oltlsens and signed pe titions for pardon are constantly pouring In to The Pr.ess office. There is no reason why discrimi nation should te shown in the admin istration Of Justice, and If one of three equally guilty persons is par doned, the other two ought to be also. BOVAX BMSTI POB UL Tha Pre.* does not palliate the crime (or which theae three men were sentenced. Its efforts sre simply to obtain fair play for those who have no family connections or Influence to assist them, and to obtain equal rights to all. Space forbido the reproduction of the many letters on the subject re ceived by The Press, but the follow ing two are fair samples_of them all: BXSOaUBUMATIOV MOW*. "The Spokane Press: Oentlemen— I note with...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 23 July 1903

t TKe SpoKane Press. PsMkmta Bvofp a>ewwig thtOOpt Swash, by The Press Publish!** CoinpsßO. ——■ I One eon* per oepr. era es«t* pee wee*, iwewtv-ave coots per month or pt pe* roar, (tettvered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all eases of poor ** tardy delivery to the offloe. «ia Front Aye. Veaephoae Main 375. VostoMoe Bon 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. AUDITORIUM—ShirIey Stock oompany In "The Sultan's Daughter." NATATOBIHM PARK—Vaudeville. The Bravery of a Woman. How brave Is a woman? That depends on circumstances. It Is a woman's nature to be afraid of little things. She screams when a mouse runs over her feet. Feaf clutches her heart when she Is alone at night. Almost every woman will aay: "I'm a terrible coward." That Is only true to a very limited extent. When the time for bravery comes the grandnese of a woman's unselfish courage is apparent. And when love nerves heart and hand, you have a force to move the world. Dr. and Mrs. William...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 23 July 1903

HERD OF ELKS ENJOY ! GREAT CRAB FEAST BALTIMORE. Md., July 23—Prob- Mriy without parallel was the great . crab feast given at Love Point today In honoring of the delegates snd visi tors to the national convention of kuks. The chief business of the con vention was all disponed of yesterday and with decks cleared the 15,000 Klka were prepared to enjoy to the Upmost the unique feaat arranged by ekielr local brethren of tho antlered herd. One hundred and fifty thousand Is SCENES ON A 616 WASHINGTON WHEAT FARM. WALLA WALLA. Wash., July 23. ►-The big farms of Washington are a never-falling source of wonder to the tourlat from the east. It ia rare ly, however, that the tourlat has the chance to see all the successive oper ations neoeesary to secure the crop Cantata McClelland ' it a Vanquero. The quiet nf Peaceful Valley was rudely disturbed by the strident "Hl h!»*♦.• nf n costless man on-horseback The man waa Captain Mc- Clelland of the Bpokane pound, and the hlfh-toned noises earns from...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 23 July 1903

4 FAMOUS KENTUCKIAN CASSHIS CLAY DEAD RICHMOND, Ky , July IS.—Hon. Caeslus Marcellua Clay died at his residence. Whitehall, at t:10 o'clock last night, aged 91. Clay waa born In Madison county, Kentucky, October 19. 1810, the son of General Green Clay. Distinguish ed ss a lswyer, politician, editor and diplomat, his name goes down on the role of fame as an anti-slavery advo cate. He trraduated from Tnle In 1832 and became an abolitionist as the result of a speech of William Lloyd Garrison, though his father wss a slaveholder. In 1836. 1837>and 1840 he served In the Kentucky legis lature. In IS4B he started 'The True American." a vigorous anti-slavery paper. The office being mobbed, he moved to Cincinnati and published the paper there, circulating it in r Jett and White Again. CYNTHIA, Ky„ July 23—Jett and White were brought here from Lex ington this morning. Their arrival waa entirely unexpected and hence there was ne demonstration The eecond trial for the murder of Mar cuen begi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 24 July 1903

ONE CENT PER COPT Twtaty-Tivc Centi Per Month. NO. 329. BULGARIA'S PRINCE * FLEES HIS THRONE BELGRADE, Servla, July 24.— Prince Ferdinand of Bulgaria, accom panied by his children,, passed through here this morning, bound for .Vienna. The prlnce'a departure from his kingdom has given rise to the belief that there la trouble In Bulgaria. One report Is that he fled to save his life. ' Bulgaria has been much dls turbebd for some time. When the Belgrade tragedy occurred the dis contented In Bulgaria openly advo cated following the assassins' ex ample. The newspaper Stamps says that the Servian railway administration has been requested to send a special train to Trarlbord for Ferdinand, who, it is stated, never Intends to return to his kingdom. It says that the condition of affairs In Sofia Is so highly critical 'that the prince fled on the advice of hla counsel, who dis covered a widespread plot to assas sinate him. The police and military have been lately patrolling the palace and neig...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 24 July 1903

The SpoKane Press. Published Every Evening Kxo.pt Sunday by The Press Publishing Ooenpsuy. , One cent per eepy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or ft per guar, delivered bp carrier. No fre. copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all eaaea of poor wr tardy delivery to the office. •IS Front Aye, OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. AUDITORIUM—ShirIey Stock company in "The Sultan's Daughter." ] NAT ATOM ROM PARK—Vaudeville. The Shrinkage of Morgan. Personal friends of J. Pierpont Morgan have hinted that the great finan cier is extremely sensitive over the criticisms that have been made decently of the international mercantile marine. The British critics have been very bitter In their attacks upon him, and there Is no doubt that he does not now enjoy Use prestige abroad which he did a year ago. It Is also stated by persons close to him that he Is sorely worried over the criticisms that have been directed against the United States Steel corpo ration. It is dearly a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 24 July 1903

CZAR OF ALL THE RUSSIAS GLORIFIES ST. SERAPHIM BT. PETERSBURG, July 24.—The Cjsar and cxarina, accompanied by-a large number of members of the court and many ecclesiastics, are to surlve tomorrow at tho Desert of 3' row, some distance from Moscow, here, beginning next Thursday, ere will be held the glorification of St. Seraphim, the founder of the Dlwejew monastery, which has be come a place of pilgrimage. The priests In the desert reported a few •nonths ago that the body of the ,dled a hundred years ago, was In exactly the aame state as when it had been pat into the colon. "The czar, who has always had a par tiality for this saint, contributed a large sum to make the glorification St magnificent spectacle, and had a Borgeous coffin of gold and precious •tones made, while the cxarina made Splendid coverings for the coffin with Excavation Started on Co-Operative Mill The Union Manufacturing company, Srhich la owned by the striking mill workers of the city, announce today, that the wo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 24 July 1903

4 WOYDT IS AFTER THE POSTER MEN Chief of rolire Woydt has issued an order that knocks into a cocked hat the plan of the various labor or ganisations of this city In advertising their coming labor carnival by means of banners attached to awnings. The order also gives a swift punch to hill posters of this city. In full the order Issued yesterday Is as follows: "Officers will take notice that from nnd after thla date no person or per sons, company or corporation will he allowed to paste, nail or hang, lean against, or in any other manner at tach to any telegraph and telephone poles within the city limits any hand bills or posters, sign or billboard up on which the aame may be pasted, tacked or painted. STEAM YACHTS RACE GORDON-BENNETT CUP NEWPORT, R. L, July 24 —The race for the Gordon Bennett interna- i tional trophy for steam yachts, which takes place off Newport this after noon. Is attracting no end of atten tion among the sporting enthusiasts. This Is due partly to tne novelty of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 25 July 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twtmty-Ftyt Ctnte rVr Month. when .mmm \ AT MMW HOUR Jealousy or revenge 'came very near (resulting In the death of Edith Drum mond and Maggie Moody, two Inmates of a disreputable house st Wilbur, Thursday night. The house was dyna snlted at midnight and the shock tore the building Into splinters. ' The women were brought to the city this morning en the Washington Central, Miss Moody occupying a cot In the baggage car, lying very near to death. Miss Drummond, asldO from numerous bruises, is uninjured. No clue thus far haa been found of the perpetrators of the deed. COWBOYS BUSBBOTBD. Immediately after the town was aroused Sheriff Inkster drove down from Davenport and, accompanied by two deputlea, set off on horseback to Intercept two suspects. The whole town Is aroused and If the culprits are overtaken and brought back to Wilbur It la feared they will be sub jected to mob violence. As near as can be learned the two men who are suspected are cowboys employed on one ...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 25 July 1903

1 TKe SpoKane Press* Sunday by The Press Publishing CoHISHBT. j One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-hve cents per month or IS POO year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. avk.crib.se will confer a favor by promptly reporting all oases of poor Br tardy delivery to the office. 810 Proat Aye. sjFesophone Mala 371. ttestoMee Bom 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. AUDITORIUM—ShirIey Stock company in "The Sultan's Daughter." NATATORfUM PARK—Vaudeville. A Diplomatic Note. a A fine opportunity ts at hand to show the czar that Uncle Sam does not like his ways, and Is particularly displeased with bis oppression of the Jews. Next year there la to be a hurrah time at Kronstadt. The fleets of the world will aSßiiasite aa guests of Russia. There will be music by the band, galutes Baas tar throats of a tt era send cannons, liquor will Sow. and the Fp -i W4ll lac fail <xf good will and the brand »f Mexican salve that rulers (land out. * I'ncte Sam haw beeet Invited. He has been given to unders...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 25 July 1903

mm MME SALf Today the first payment 6n the fjkO.ooo bond on the Oold Bug group, A Providence camp. Boundary dis trict, was deposited in the Greenwood ■ranch of the Bank of Montreal to qic credit of IX A, Holbrook of this Last Thursday the same bank, as %fndors of some fractional claims Ogiei Interests surrounding the Oold Bug, received its first payment of ■00 and will on August 10 next be ibid the second installment of $2600- On the same date M. Holbrook will apcelve his second payment. The bond on the OO M. Bu * group »as*thken last Week, as exclusively announced lit the Press, by H. \. fuller and associates of thJa city. Oreenwood and Chicago. The same tople are Interested in the Provl nce mine adjoining. Church Notices. TIBUIT BAPTIST OaTVXOX, At the First Baptist church, corner Of Lincoln street and Second avenue, tho subject of Dr. Van Oodel'a dis course will ho "A Monument for th* Lord Jesus." The Young People's union will meet as usual at 7 o'clock, but there will be no even...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 25 July 1903

« PRICES CONTINUE FIRM £ IN MINING STOCKS Brokers report a continued Increase Of business In the stock market. The feature of the past week was Sulli van, Prices are firm and small lots only have been obtained at On buying orders from Ohio and Washington, D. C, local brokers drained the British Columbia market, picking up 20.000 shares at Rossland nnd 20,000 shares in other British Columbia towns. The control is still held here. Mountain I,lon has also been In demand. Private dispatches from the east confirm street gossip that A. E. Talmer has been success ful In his reorganisation scheme. The stock has sold as high as 26c a share, and the market rules firm at 22 @ 22% c for small lots. , SXXYSB-ÜBAB STOCKS. British Columbia silver-lead stocks are all firm. American Boy is selling at 4',<il',r and la active. With the possibility of tnrressed shipments the shares should advance. Sullivan is quoted around Dv and Is scarce. Payne is firm at 17c and the clearing up of the market at t...

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