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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 27 July 1903

ONE CENT PER COPT Twenty-Flre Cents Per Month. NO. 825. UNION PRINTERS STRIKE ON "REVIEW" PAPERS ARE UNABLE TO ISSUE TOO AY By a unanimous vote the printers employed on the Spokesman-Review and Ita evening editions the' Evening Chronicle and the Bulletin, approxi mately 40 men, agreed to go on strike yesterday. The meeting resulting In the de cision occupied all of yesterday after noon, and the management of the Review Publishing company was no tified of the outcome by the employ ees at T o'clock last night. wr -tL *"j>' .'- I BO XSSUB TODAT. 'Accordingly there waa no issue of the Spokesman-Review this morning, and, as far as the printer employes are concerned, there will be no Issue of either the Spokesman-Review or Of the Chronicle or Bulletin until they decide that the publishing com pany will treat them fairly. Manager Thomas Hooker of the Chronicle refused to discuss the con ditions this morning, further than to say; "The positions of the print ers on the Chronicle will be h...

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. — 27 July 1903

t THe SpoKane Press. ; fJjßMkaaofl "Burr Evening Except Sunday bp The Press Publish keg Cosspaoy. Owe esast pas copy, eta ossrta par week, twenty-are cents per month or $1 S*hT year, delivered by carrier. Mo free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor •t tardy delivery to the office ' OBsl areas* aveo. VeUyhoaa Mala STS. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. j AUDITORIUM—ShirIey Stock company tn "The Sultan's Daughter." NATATORIUM PARK—Vaudeville. A Diplomatic Note. i ■ A tat opportunity la at hand to show tho caar that Uncle Bam docs not like his ways, and is particularly displeased with his oppression of the Next year there la to be a hurrah time at Kronotadt. The fleets of the world will assemble as guests of Russia. There will be music by the band, salutes from the throats of a thousand cannons, liquor will flow, and the speeches will be full of good will end the brand of Mexican salve that rulers basal out. Uncle Sam haa been Invited. He has been given t...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 27 July 1903

■Ely Ma'tit iiinr f%*t fAiMtnl luut ON eOLDBOG MME SALE Today the first payment on the 9(0,000 bond on the Oold Bug group, jpV Providence camp, Boundary dls £tet. was deposited in the Oreenwood ■anon of the Bank of Montreal to #10 credit of fl, A. Holbrook of this Mty. . Last Thursday the same batik, oa jVewdoro Of some fractional claims %mt Interests Surrounding the Oold Mug. received its first payment of fSOO and will on Auguat 10 next be Rid the second Installment of 12509. i the aame date M. Holbrook Witt feceive his second payment. T£te bond on the Oold BO* group was Taken last week, aa exclusively announced Id the FTeSS. by H. V. •Tuller and associates Of ttfts city, Oreenwood end Chicago. The same •eople are Interested In the Provl sfcnee mine adjoining. Church Notices. THIT BAPTIST UBOBOS?. At the First Baptist church, cornet *t Lincoln street end Second avennd, the subject ef Dr. Yen Oedet'e dte •ouree will he "A Monument for th* Lord Jeeua." The Young; People'e Bnion will ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 27 July 1903

if 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 Arm and small lots only have been obtained at s*»@6Hc. On buying orders from Ohio and .Washington, V. C, local brokers drained the British Columbia market, picking up 20,000 shares at Rossland and 20,000 shares in other British Columbia towns. The control is still held here. Mountain I.ion has also been In demand. Private dispatches Vrom the cast confirm street gossip that A. R Palmer has been success ful In his reorganisation scheme. The stock has sold as high as 25c a share, and the market rules firm at 220 12He for small lota. SIXTER-XiBAB STOCKS. British Columbia silver-lead stocks are all firm. American Boy Is selling at «%*B>lHc end is active. With the possibility of increased shipments the shares should advance. Sullivan Js quoted around 5%c and is scarce. Payne Is firm at 17c and the clearing up of the market ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 28 July 1903

ma CENT rei COPY Twemty-FiTt C««u Per Moatk, wo. gaa, CONVICTS DEFEAT POSSE IN BATTLE . s>i ii. v *~..,, j;-. '.'.' ' FOI.SOM. Cel., July 28— The eif tlre eectlon of, Eldorado la up In arms this evening- owing te the fact that the desperate gang of escaped convicts from Foleom prison ta in vading It. Oreat excitement prevalla for the desperados are ransacking houses and plundering ranches wher ever they go. Posses were sent out today from Auburn, Flacervllle, and the prison. A company of national guards from Plaeeevllle Is also out After leaving the prison grounds the gang of convicts with their cap tives, numbering eight, proceeded to ward Eldorado county, crossing the river a few miles above the prison. While they were crossing the river Mrs. Robertson Dead. . - Amelia Robertson, wife .of Attor ney P. C. Robertson, died yester day afternoon, after a brief Illness of heart failure, at her home, corner Riverside avenue and Oak street. She was the mother of three chil dren, Lucill...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 28 July 1903

THe SpoKane Press. f**Muuaea trrery BVentng Basest Sunday by The Proas Publishing Ol sag I nr. CSee cent per oopy, sis seats per week, twenty-five cents per month or tt per year, delivered by carrier. No free coplee. Buteruilbcns will confer s favor by promptly reporting all casea of poor Ojr tardy delivery te the otnee. «JM Promt Aye. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. ACDrTORICM —The Jesse Shirley Stork company in "Under Two Flags." NATATORIUM PARK—Vaudeville. What the Railroads Are Doing. Given a break of 28 points In some of the leading railroad shares and you will have pessimism rampant In stock market circles. The "street" can With a certain degree of composure watch such shares as "sugar" or "cop jajer" go falling 10 points at a time. Then the philosophers of the ticker can reassure themselves that the condition is merely due to aame organized bear raid. But let Pennsylvania or Kew Tork Central tumble five points and your philosopher looks deeper for the reason. He has his hands full now t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 28 July 1903

BIG NAVAL FLEETS RENDEZVOUS OFF MAINE WASHINGTON, D. C, July 27.— Never before in the History of the United States have military maneu vers been hold oa suoh a large and comprehensive scale as those which oabout0 about to begin oft the coast of Inc. First, two Immense fleets, uprising the flower of the Ameri can navy, will combat for aupremacy, one representing an American squad ron defending a port on tho New England coast, the other, an enemy, attempting to capture the port, or ao watchful eyes of the home hoot as to afford an opportunity to prey on the coast commerce of this country. At the olose of this so-called search problem the representative American squadron and the former enemy will combine forces under the command Of Rear Admiral A. 8. Barker, and, forming the largest and best equip ped fleet of warships that has ever boon mobilised off the coast of the United States, will swoop down upon Portland harbor, Maine, and will en deavor by all meana known to naval strategists ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 28 July 1903

4 POPULISTS, SILVERISTS SOCIALISTS COMBINE DENVER, Col., July 27.—The pro posed consolidation of the populists, blmetallsts and modern socialists. It is hoped by the promoters of the movement, will be cemented as an outcome of the national conference In progress here today between rep resentative members of the organlxn tlona The movement Is designed to embrace all the so-called reform elements and the primary aim is to overthrow the "old parties." Blmetalism, government ownership, anti-Imperialism and the Initiative UNION PRINTERS STRIKE ON "REVIEW" committees from both Mr. Cowles and his printer employee met. At this meeting, as an offset to the proposed new scale presented by tbe union, Mr. Cowles submitted a list of IS alleged grievances, the essence of the It grievances being a request from Mr. Cowles to keep down the wage scale, and to employ whom he pleased whether they be union or non-union printers, the meaning of the griev ances boiled down being a request for permission t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 July 1903

ONE CENT PEE COPY Cent* Ptr Month. wVwa> NO. 327. MANY KILLED BY A POWDER EXPLOSION ***** 3r(V* :v» , >v » LOWELL, Mass., July 28.—The powder magaalne of the United States Cartridge company exploded this morning. First reports state that 30 houses were destroyed and 20 lives lost and a number injured. Great excitement prevails and the police are having difficulty in holding back the crowd. The explosion occurred In a store house. The building was a large stone structure and filled with dyna mite. It was a mile and a half dis tant from the wrecked cartridge fac tory to which it belonged. The force of the explosion was ter rific. It was heard for many miles. It occurred at B:1B o'clock. Up to 10:80 o'clock work was progressing slowly, seven bodlea being recovered, none of them Identified. Nearly a score of Injured were taken to the hospitals. Among the buildings badly wrecked Is the new Wlgglnsvllle schoolhouse and the Wlgglnsvllle Mission chapel. Reports received from surroundi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 July 1903

t TKc SpoKane Press. t*rWtatted Beery Brvesdaw RxoegH Sunday by Tho Press Pubßetilng Cosessvnw. , On* ©wat par oopy. eta cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or II SBkaaam wanaßSaßS- * - - - * s»g ■ ay— - if/*** §jWMmW m *M m MMJ 9 WJI OJjT COa\TrT*J»T. f9jf9 XawSJ fXtynß. Bilbao libera will confer a fareo by promptly reporting all oasis of poor or tardy delivery to the office. 810 Vxwat Aye* OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. AUDITOR TIT at—The Jesse BhlrlejrStock company in "Under Two Flags." RATATORTTJM PARK—Vaudeville. Canada and the Tariff. Over In Canada tha newspaper sharps hare been doing some figuring, nnd are scared half out of their boots at tbe manner In which the Yankees are capturing the horse markets. One of the reasons why John Bull maintains colonies la to afford an out let for British goods. But Canada prefers American goods to the extent of 1125,000.000 In the year ended June SO, 1902, and exports from the United States to Canada are increasing at the rate of nearly $1,0...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 July 1903

REPORTER EJECTED fTOMTfimSCOUNCIt The weekly session of the trades council laat evening- waa enlivened by the ejection of a Spokesman-Review reporter front the building. The Charge la made that he was eaves dropping at a thin partition, and the ■sen decided to rid the entire building of hla. The following delegates from tho newly organised Truck Drivers' union, No. ITS, wore seated tn the council: President Ed Marnan, William Wll aon. George Thomas and Henry Harkes. Ti|lt council haa been granted the use of Main street between Post and Lincoln for the arch and entrance to the carnival grounds. Bids for the construction will be opened on Satur day and work commenced as soon thereafter as possible. The commit tee having In charge the carnival parade ls scheduled to meet this eve ning. W. S. Hukell, a member of the up holsterers* union, was expelled be AMERICAN LUMBER INDUSTRY NEAR CRISIS. WASHINOTON.—"The development Of the lumber Industry In this coun try ls without parallel," says O...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 29 July 1903

4 CARDINALS PREPARE FOR ELECTION OF POPE ROME, July 29.—The second of the last three requiem masses was held at Sistlne chapel today. All day the elty aaw a remarkable Interlude In the papal ceremonies In tbe Italian government's celebration of the third anniversary of Humbert. The factions among the cardinals Sre growing further apart each day. Cardinal Oreglia has ordered a new fisherman's ring for symbolic use In the ceremony of Installing a new pope. The old ring can not be found and Is believed to be locked up in come of Leo's desks, which can not be opened except by a new pope. Latest Statistics on Religion of World. ■ BERLIN, July 29.—New statistics on religion have been compiled by Dr. H. Zeller, director of the statistical bureau In Stuttgart. The total census of mankind, according to his calcula tions, amounts to 1,541,610,000. Of this number he allots to Christianity 014,940,000; to Islam. 175.290.000; to Judaism, 10,8(0,000, and to other re ligions, 121.420,000. Cnder th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 30 July 1903

ONE CENT PER COPT ftr Month. NO. 838. MISS BOOTH PLANS . A $1510 ARMORY I "The work of the Pacific 'province, Of which Spokane Is the headquar ters, has grown to auch dimensions that a territorial bonding costing at least $16,000, will be built on the Salvation Army'a property at the cor ner of Washington street and First avenue," said Commissioner Evange line Booth today, head of the army work in Canada, Newfoundland and Bermuda. Included In her Canadian Jurisdiction are portions of Montana, Idaho and Washington, which, to gether with British Columbia, SOBS*! tute the Pacific province. "In thla district are from 66 to (• officers," she continued, "and the ne cessity for a territorial building lo urgent. The army has a lot costing $7000 and the proposed building will be modeled efter the Winnipeg bar racks. The general plan provides for a barracks with a seating capacity of 900. A small hall for the children, a sandmen's room and offices for the local corps and provincial officers, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 30 July 1903

a THe SpoKane Prestw t*ablt*fa*d Bvary BVmlna; aacapt Sunday by Tha Praas Publkablna Cnnhtiy. . Om oant per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or II per year, eVellecrod by oerrler. No free copies. Subscriber* will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor tar tardy delivery to the office. OITICIAL CITY TAPER. AUDITOR HTM—The Jesse ShlrleyStook company in "Under Two Flags." NATATORIUM PARK—Vaudeville. Boyd As Reformer. Mayor Boyd has come out In a new role. He has wrapped the chaste mantle of the st#F-eyed goddess about him and has come out as the An thony Comstock of Spokane. Mayor Boyd ls going to reform Spokane, to cleanse the stains, wipe out the wickedness and heal the moral leprosy. Though her sins be as ccarlet, Mayor Boyd will make them white as snow. The way chosen to accomplish these reforms shows the true nobility of a soul striving to lift up his fellow man. The method adopted is much better than enforcing laws now on the statute books, an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 30 July 1903

TO PROTECT HONOR SHE KILLED A MAN GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., July 30.— Mrs. Aurora Hodge, aged 19 years, gave herself up to tlie police last night, saying that she had shot and killed William X. Ryan, a traveling spectacle vender, at a lonely spot near Salt Lake City, July 11. I She said that she had left her hus band nearly a year ago and to sup port heraeslf she had taken a position with Ryan aa hla bookkeeper. That while driving In a lonely spot several miles from Salt Lake City, July 11, Ryan had attempted to assault her, to protect her honor she ha«sWt and killed him. She ssld that she returned to Bait Lake for the purpose of giving herself up, but Dana Leaves Sun. NEW TORK, July 30.—Paul Dana, who became editor of the New fork Sun on the death of hla famous father, Charles A. Dana, has finally severed hts connection with that paper. A year ago last February, when the name of William M. Laffan began to appear at the head of the editorial columns of the Sun, It Waa understood that all...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 30 July 1903

« MAYOR ISSUES REFORM ORDERS FOR TENDERLOIN In an effort to divert attention from the lneuh«tora of crime and im • morality In this city, the boxes and I winerooms of saloons and restau rants. Mayor Boyd has come out with a grandstand play in the form of an order to the police to make the lives of the lost women of the town still more unbearable. The mayor's order, written In bis customary happy and sapient vein, ls . to the effect that the monthly fines of the women shall be Increased $6 per head. His honor also shows almost hu man Intelligence by directing that the owners of buildings used for Immor al purposes shall not charge their tenants rentals which the police board may deem exorbitant. Regard- Ins; this proposition for the police board to fix the amount of rents charged Corporation Counsel Judson, when asked for an opinion this morn ing, said: "No court In tha world would sus tain this effort to fix the amount of rents that property owners may charge; and the mayor might ju...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 31 July 1903

Out CENT PEI COFT A RED HEIFER CALF BREAKS UP REVIVAL 'fkiV& heifer calf, Dr. D. N. Mc- Xnturft and people living In Glendale 1 figured In a lively row In the re- 1 vlval meeting held by the . People's , church on Hangman creek laat night, i The trouble began early and lasted until the oloee of the service. Fists . were shook while the "experience . giving" part of the service, was In | progress and the words' lie and liar were freely handled about the edifice. . The services began by a sermon by Brother Carrtok oa "Living in tho Stone Age," and the worthy elder aays thla morning that they got everything except the stones. Then followed testimony by mem bers of "The Church," followed by testimony from members of the United Brethren, tn which they at tacked "The Church." Thla brought forth a spirited defense from Rev. O. D. Bowler, followed by Dr. Mc- Inturff, who stated that "one of the wickedest men he ever knew waa a presiding elder In the United Breth ren church." and that "o...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 31 July 1903

ff THe SpoKane Press. •Washed Rvwry Evening Rmo.pt SoaAey ley Tho Preee *^Wash bag CoagfMnp. Oa* ewat par oeop, Sta wonts per week, twenty-five cents per month or fI (SjSJst* J*s**S»a% *!■*»*"*"■*•»". WO f t*#fl) Oo>f^d)sfJ, ■ohauitkiis will oonfer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poo* or tardy delivery to the office. ttU Posse) Awe. i OFFICIAL CITY PAPER AUDITORIUM —The Jesse BhirleyStock company in "Under Two Flags." MATATORIUM PARK—Vaudeville. Prosperity* Wrecking Social economists have figured out, with the same nicety with which Astronomers figure out the coming ef eclipses, that panics come in the bus iness world at stated perlode. Their theory is pretty well borne out by his tory snd It is generally accepted by the public. - When prosperity comes we Americans seem to feel that it ls but fleeting; and that we must make the moat of It while It lasts. The nun Is no more then fairly up than we begin to think about the coming clouds-. It ls more than a case of making ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 31 July 1903

CARDINALS RETIRE 1 TO SEPARATE CELLS HUMifi, JUiy 31. —Arrangements for the conclave were completed In the minutest detail today and when the throe score of cardinals repair to' theft) cello this evening It will he to remain In strictest seclusion until the successor ef Leo XIII. In the chair of Bt. Peter haa been eh owe a. Speculation now le confined to the Isubject1 subject of the probable duration of Ihe conclave and the opinion Inclines to a period of throe or four days, though it ts freely admitted that tt Is a guess pure and simple. Should a decision not be reached by the car What May Happen In August Weather. Spokane people may take their guess at August weather. Mercury got the highest In tl years In 'ta. and that year oaw the hottest August of all the years. Way hack In 'SI and tt came the chilliest days on record, at 38 degrees, but August, '99, has the palm for general average, 62 degrees. August Is credited with an average Of .46 Inches of rain— • something which would t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 31 July 1903

4 18,032 SCHOOL CHILDREN ARE IN SPOKANE COUNTY County Superintendent Of School! fctmer f>rake ha. finished the tabuln tlon Of fact, regarding the schools bf Spokane county. Tn fhe 151 districts reported there *re 18,032 children of school age, #034 boys and 8989 girls, and of those 7921 boys and 7994 girls were In actual attendance upon school dur ing the year ending on July 1. The average dally attendance was 10,470. The average number of months by district taught was 7.1, while by "school rooms the figure Is 8.7, the average days being, respectively, 137 and 166. All these -lead to the total number of daya attendance of school pupils In the county of 1,793,084. and j i upon that figure the appropriation of stale moneys for the schools of tbe county Is based. SPORTING NEWS. Won. Lost. P.C. Los Angeles 59 33 .641 Butte 63 36 .696 Spokane 61 41 .654 Seattle 49 41 .644 San Francisco .... 49 43 .633 Tacoma 3« 62 .422 Helena 32 64 .372 Salt Lake 8 18 .808 Mr Rellly's Angels captured ...

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