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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 1 August 1903

ONE CEN]T PEE COPT Twenty-Five Cents Ptr IMonth. TBfcBFKOatB mXAXM BW. NO. 330. TO DISENTANGLE DREYFUS MUDDLE ' The muddle into whloh Howard J. Kresslcy plunged the affairs of tbe ?-uci)e Dreyfus Mining company by his various unlawful acts is present ed to Judge Kennan of the superior court for disentanglement by a peti tion in equity filed by the Dreyfus company today. Every question affecting the status of a share of atock bearing the Dreyfus company's name, whether forged, raised, stolen or bona fide, ls presented by this petition. DEFERS ARTS BOMBER 188. The company appeara aa plaintiff gnd 155 persons are named as defend ants. Ail the defendants are claim ants to stock ln some form or other. The long list Includes the namea of many of Spokane's most prominent citizens. J As a basts for the action the peti tion alleges that a great number of suits are about to be commenced which would require years to litigate and would result ln financial ruin to tne company. Separate suits, it...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 1 August 1903

f TKe SpoKane Press. PtiMtshed BVery Brewing Bxeept Bandar by The Pre— PubMehmg Company. ■ Oa* otm\ mmt oesr. atx out* mmt wnk, to—tat !>♦ aaata a*r moat* »r |l Sac nw, deUrerad by oarrUr. Me fr«a copiaa. ■i a ■■■aa ua arm aoaataj a tare* by prn—jtly ramtlaa aa aaaaa of poor OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. TO KISMET'S AmßajaautaTTß. AUDITORIUM—The Jeeae ShlrleyStock company in "Under Two Flags." RATATORIUM PARK—Vaudeville. The Preacher's Boy. For many generations rolntstera* eons have been treated unfairly. They have been catalogued by themselves. They have boon regarded aa a little different from other boys. There la a supposition that they ought to be bet ter than other boys, mixed with a conviction that they are not. This con viction not uncommonly goea ao far as to hold ministers' sons to be Just like other boys, only worse. There lo no gainsaying the fact that, particularly ln country towns, the prescher's boy is constantly under gratuitous surveillance and usually under suspicion. If ...

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

CATHOLIC SOCIETIES IN NATIONAL CONVENTION ' ATLANTIC CITT, if. J N Aug. I.— The large and representative char acter of the attendance at the open tag today of the third national con vention of the American Federation of Catholic Societies waa such aa to Blve pleasure to Bishop McFaut of . Trenton and the other eminent mem bers of the church who hare labor ed Incessantly for several years to taring about a working union among the great Catholic organizations of DVmerlca. When the convention was formally opened this morning there Were present accredited delegates from state federations throughout the country. The roll call by Secretary Anthony 3atre of Cincinnati showed that del fiftes were tn attendance represent ing the Catholio Order of Foresters, Ancient Order of Hibernians, Cath olic Knights of America, Catholic Mutual Benevolent association, Ger man Central vereln. Catholic Knights Unions Win Victory Over Contractor. SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. I.—United States Commissioner Hancock toda...

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

4 BOLD HOLDUP OF HILLYARD CARS Three highwaymen, their faces masked with handkerchiefs, held up «nd robbed the passengers and crews Of two street cars on the Hillyard line at Center street and Illinois ave nue last night. Contractor John Krienbuhl, one of the passengers, resisted and was shot In the forearm and on top of the head by glancing shots, but ln the scrim mage one of the highwaymen's masks Slipped down and Mr. Krienbuhl iden tified the man as a fellow who has been loafing for three days near Kri enbuhl's pumping station, at the foot ©f Stevens street, ln the rear of the police station. The police were notified of the af fair, which happened at 10:30 o'clock, by neighbors, who were roused by the screams of the passengers. All of the available policemen were sent out, and Police Commissioner Root, who heard of the disturbance, tele phoned to the up-river pumping sta tion that the robbers had fled across the Mission avenue bridge, and a de tail of men left the pumping station...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY NO. 231. HIDING AND FLIGHT OF FORGER KRESSLY 3 1 ' "Howard J. Kreely, the nr6ker who Sold more than 1,000,000 shares -of Luetic Dreyfus mining stock that did not belong to him was seen on tbe streets of New York about two weeks ago," said an intimate friend ef Mr, Kressly's this morning. "Kressly had been ln New York but * few days, having remained In Spo kane until July 6, on which date he Started . for the metropolis, and eventually for the home of relatives In Pennsylvania. "No one enjoyed more than Mr. Kressly the stories published In Spo kane papers regarding his disappear ance. He read the dally papers with keen interest, and always looked first for the stories relating to himself. "The first account -of Kressly's peculations was published on Mon day, June 1, and on the following Thursday a warrant was Issued for hla arrest. That day ho was taken to the sanitarium In Ltdgerwood Park, as told of In The Press, and remained there, keenly enjoying some Inquiries ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 3 August 1903

t The SpoKane Press. fsahttshed fewer/ Berewtng Bsreept Swndoy ky The Presa Publishing Compear, j Owe cent per copy, eta cents per week, twenty-five oents per month or II •er year, delivered by carrier. Bo free ooples. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting; all oasea of poet mm tarty delivery to the ceßee. •M Brest Aye. SJaaSlhOSl Mala STS. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. AUDITORIUM —The Shirley Ste ck company la "The Lady ef Lyons." HATATORIUM PARK—Vaudeville. FeU in Love With His Wife. Do tell! r j The king or England baa fallen In lore with Ida wife. That is the story that oomes from over seaa. You see, Edward's spirits when he was prince of Wales were, to say; the least, volatile. Of his reported escapades some would make appropriate stuff for the yellow Journals. Exceedingly resque tales'are told of htm when he was one or the boys. Of course they are all true, but then— , The king ls changed. All his old flames are neglected. He cares only for the society of Queen Alexandr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 3 August 1903

DETAILS OF MERGER DECISION DISCUSSED Speaking of the recent decision In favor of tho Northern Securities com pany Assistant Superintendent Ken nedy of The Qreat Northern said to day: "The decision of Judge Lochren of the federal court filed yesterday sweeps away entirely the case that was sought to be made against the Northern Securities company by the officials of the state of Minnesota. It declares that the holding com pany formed under that name Is not a railroad company, that it haa not consolidated parallel and competing' lines, that it has not violated the aatl-trust act of the state and that It does not therefore come in any particular within the prohibition of our atatutea. "The document ls comprehensive In its survey and Its statement of the Issues involved and the application to them of state law. And as It necessarily rehearses also the Incep tion and progress of one of the great movements of oar time It may be read with a livelier Interest and a keener popular conception...

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

LOVE IS A DISEASE CAUSED DV MICROBE BAKER CITT, Ore.. Aug. 3—Art announcement which will startle the scientific world Is msde by Dr. T. N. Snow of Baker City. He claims that he has discovered the love microbe as the result of years of research and study, and much of the material upon which Dr. Snow bases his In vestigation and research was found in a trip to the larger cities of Europe. After 10 years of work he thought he had discovered the microbe. This was three years ago in Berlin. Ger many. His further research at that time was blocked by lack of a proper mlcroscoiie. It tool* two years to make the instrument and another year of study has resulted In the Devery Saye Goldbug Will Be a Winner. NEW TORK, Aug. 3.—Ex-Folice Chief William S. Devery is not as loud and picturesque ss he was awhile back in booming himself for the mayoralty, but he's busy, even If he Is quiet. Within a few daya he has engineered the circulation of pe titions asking that the candidates of the independent ...

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

ONE CENfT PCI COPT TwmwghoJCoaii ttt Month. NO. 232. CARDINAL SARTO IS NOW POPE PIUS X ' BOMB, Aug. 4.—Cardinal Oluseppe Barto waa ilsstst pope oa She ssisntk soJlot by a rote of 46. Be has es se—ed the name of Xtaa X. p-f'-On the sixth ballot last night Sarto lad 81 votes, so his election was generally expected this morning by the sacred college. Even though he knew this Sarto showed great emo tion as the ballots were being tallied. As his name was called again and again he turned pale. Surrounding cardinals commenced whispering con gratulations. While the ballot was being verified Barto left the throne and knelt at the altar ln prayer. He was In thsf position when Oreglia approached and asked: • "Do you accept election?" He remained silent for some time, his face burled ln his hands, then raised his head, looked around slowly, arose to his feet and gravely ac quiesced. ISTIgILT ÜBBXPBOTBD. Sarto had no expectation of the pontificate and bought a round trip ticket when he left Veni...

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

t TKe SpoKane Press. j , j saBSJSJhBBJ bTß*sßFsmsbV 1 '■• ; fjjtT- * Bvwy Evening Bwe.pt Sasssr br «»• Press) PubltoMng Cooamvay. One eoort wee copy, ass oent. per week, twoaty-ftve cents per month or $• fSßpsss. Mtvwred bp sarstss. Bo free ooplea. BsSSllMiss wltt ooaatse ssnw bp presnptlp rogaritss mil oases of poor •f tardy soil ior y to tbe office. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. .™ r-r_ — r T AI DITORIIIM—The Shirley Stock company ta "The Lady Of Lyons." KATATORTDM PARK—Vaudeville. The Baloons of Wall Street. It Is laid the speculators of Wall street and the owners of stock certif icates Hated there hare lost more than two billions of dollars by the recent ■tump In the stock market. I Two billion dollars: That ls a lot of money. But there are no serious indications of lons anywhere. Evidently the country has not keenly felt the withdrawal of say material values. The "feenanclers" of Wall street are somewhat dazed over the situation, but say they can give no good reason for the strange phen...

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

SPACE FOR DISPLAYS AT INDUSTRIAL FAIR 1 Manager H. O. Stlmmel haa had plane prepared for the Interior of the main industrial' hall at the fair (rounds and is now In a position to allot space to Intending exhibitors. The two larged Industrial exhibits will be the art and mineral depart ments. The art department has been given the entire north side of the building, 150 feet ln length. The TOOK POISON WHEN RAIDED DV POLICE NEW TORK, Aug. 4.—"Dr." Fran ks* McCulloch was arraigned ln the ■Jefferson Market police court today, etiarged with conducting a disorderly bouse, which she called a sanitarium, and with attempting to commit sui cide. With her were arraigned nine women, captured in the same raid, and who were dressed as nurses, with little red crosses on their sleeves and little white caps on their heads. In previous raids these "nurses" wore pink slippers with high heels. In the TIES UP MAN'S HANDS AND THEN KILLS HIM ■ALT LAKE, Aug. 4.—Mrs. Aurora Hodge, tall, atender, dark and only...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 4 August 1903

« LITTLE GIRL MURDERED DV BLOWS FROM CLUB XNATONE, Wash., Aug. Asotin county ls shocked by the bru tal murder of Mabel Richards, the M-year-old daughter of Sheriff R. H. Richards. Her family is camping In the woods near town and Sunday morning the girl started for Bunday school. The body was found yester day In the woods near Montgomery Ridge, fully three miles from town. LIONS WILL GET If HE DON'T WATCH OUT. NEWPORT, R. 1., Aug. 4 —Provid- ing Mrs. Stuyvesant Fish, Harry l«ehr et al. can prevent it, society will not die of ennui this summer. Harry, the Irrepressible, has laid out a program for Mrs. S. Fish which Includes tlie presence of three Afri can lions (not the two-legged spe ciesl and a trainer at Crossways. as Mrs. risk's villa ls called. The Hons are to be turned loose Ohio Warrant Is Out for Watelet. Sheriff Doust has received the fol lowing telegram from the sheriff in Canton, O.: "Have warrant for the arrest of Paul Watelet, charge obtaining 14000 tiniTer false pretense...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 5 August 1903

ONE CENT PER COPT T»t»tr-rW« C«iti Ftr Month. NO. 383. A WOMAN LOSES LIFE CRIMINAL OPERATION In medical circles of thla city a sensation haa sprung opt of the tragic death of Miss Maud' Brendan, 26 years of age, who died tn horrible agony In the Sacred Heart hospital on Sunday, , July 16, the result of what the deceaaed, her frlenda and the physicians who were with her when the end came claim was a crim inal operation. Dr. H. J. Emery, with offices in the Peyton building, who was called In after the extremely critical condition of the woman bad become known, describes her and aa murder. oppioxaxiß porr a or. The facta In the caae were reported by Dr. Emery to Assistant Prosecut ing Attorney Miles Polndexter before the dearth of the young woman and to Coroner Smith at the time of her t death. No arrests have been made, no In quest has been held, the woman was' quickly burled In Falrmount ceme tery on Monday, a week ago, and the certificate of death In the city health department merel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 5 August 1903

t The SpoKane Press. Frews PnMlaMag Gsanaaar. Oaa asat Bar soar, ala asata par week, twenty-Aye oeata par month or |l Saktorthara will nearer a favor ay prims Sly taasiiinsj aU eases aa aas* sa» tardy detteary to ths oeaoe. Ml Front Arm. jjpanasnas Main arte ■TantiSUi aoa 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. TOSntOMTPSI '"TffIMIIITIi AUDITORIUM—The Shirley Stock company In "The Lady of Lyons." bTATATORIUM PARK—Vaudeville. The King's Health. Tou oatt bow drink tha health of Edward, kins; of England, la water. A little thing, that? Tea, but potent in effect. It changes a social law inviolable for centu- Hm. To toast king or queen standing and to drink intoxicants has been the I est p« IMe habit. Precedent Is powerful. Especially is it powerful in England, a country of conventions. The king Beta the social pace. Hla royal dictum goea. He la the arbiter of matters social In society. In tha army, the navy, the civil service, the colleges, whatever the king doea is Socially correct. So that when the k...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 5 August 1903

MINING PROSPECTS IN BUFFALO HUMP Brank C. Lortng. M. 8.. has return ad foam an extended atay In tho Buf talo Tlump country. Ha aaga: "Within aa area seven miles In length by three mtlea in width are hundreds of prospects known aa the Buffalo Hump camp. It takes Its aame from a big mountain that can be aeen for mtlea In every direction. Geologically the formation haa every mark of permanency, tho lodes being big fissures In granite. The veins are white quarts, containing Iron and Had sulphides which carry the gold values. Roughly, 60 por cent is saved an the pistes and the balance In aoncentrataa. The values range from 111 to MS per ton. "At the Jumbo mine they are eon aectlng the lower tunnel by mesne *f a raise with the center tunnel. Drifting Is alao being carried for ward in the lower workings, where there Is a 13-foot vein of free mill ing and concentrating ore. A 80- Btamp mill Is being erected and a tramway from the workings to the mill ia now under construction. A Syanlde pla...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 5 August 1903

4 LIQUOR MEN TRIUMPH IN THE CITY COUNCIL As anticipated, the city council last ztlght failed to pass the Pratt box ordinance over the veto of Mayor Boyd, the liquor Interests and their ifrlends In the city council scoring a complete victory. When the vote wns taken there was mild surprise that Councilman Boyd of the Third ward voted with the In terests of the liquor dealers. Mr. Boyd voted for the ordinance when It passed the council some weeks ago. The surprise at his change of heart, however, was not as great as that caused by Mayor Boyd turning down the ordinance after it had been drawn at his special request. The vote last night on the ordi nance was: Ayes—Hand. Doollttle, Purch, Pratt, Pearson; four demo crats snd one republican. Noes— Funk, Foster. Boyd, Llndsley and Baldwin; three republicans and two democrats. Councilman T.indsley, who made such a fight against the ordinance a month ago, contending that the li cense committee should refuse li censes to saloons not meeting wi...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Fire Cents Per Month. nunon un its. NO. 234. CREIGHTON IS IN JAIL FOR MANSLAUGHTER An elderly man, with gray hair and B florid countenance, was silting de jectedly upon a cot In a cell of the county Jail this afternoon. It was Dr. John R. Crelghton, who, as pub lished exclusively in yesterday's Press, is accused by the dying state ment of Maud Breeden of having per formed a criminal operation upon her, from the effects of which she died. MAKSX.ATSOKTER CXABQED. After his attention was called to the case yesterday Assistant Prose cuting Attorney Miles Polndexter lost no time in securing the evidence nnd swearing to a complaint before Justice Stocker, who Issued a war rant for the arrest of Dr. Crelghton, charging him with manslaughter. Deputy Sheriff Butler arrested Crelghton late yesterday afternoon at his drugstore, 11)16 Second avenue. Crelghton did not seem much sur prised at the outcome and refused to discuss the case. He was Immediate ly taken before Ju...

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

t THe SpoKane Press. §BWlelnl Brreer Jh-enlng Mm SJI Sunday by The Dross Publishing CRssggan, One cent par copy, six cents per ween, twenty-are cents per month or II WMt yossr. SOttl ci *d by carrier. No free copies. emftentrsoesn wtll eessfsa- a favor by promptly reporting all oases of poor fm> teams* exeMeejex* ts> the edtoe. At*. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. AI'DITORIUM—The Shirley Stock company In "In the Hands of the ■no my." NATATOKIUM PARK—Vaudeville. The Meanest Man. i * ■ Tlie meanest man has been found. " . * • He Is Oeorge Bortell of Denver. Bortell's wife, abused and neglected by him, was dying. He asked his employer to let him off on this account. But Instead of going to his wife's bedside he boarded a car for the bait game, where he occupied a seat In the grand stand and yelled as loud as any of the rooters. When told that his wife was dead he expressed no concern. Although free In expenditure, he said he had no> money for funeral expenses and that th county could bur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 6 August 1903

WIFE NO. I LOVES HIM NO. 3 WANTS DIVORCE ' KKW YORK, Aug. «.—Three wives. Bjosordtng to Mra. Marguerite H. Btrauss. hla third apouae, have com plicated the family affairs of Baldwin V. Strauss, the prominent Brooklyn lawyer snd politician, who disappear' SB lnjßlf rll last and against whom wtfe NY 3 has begun action for di vorce. " It ia alleged that Mr. Strauss has maintained two separate households la luxury, one In Brooklyn and the -Other in Plainneid, N. J., and that only ohe of his wives has obtained a divorce. Wife No. 3 declares that she will spend her entire fortune. Which she holds In Her own right, to bring the missing Mr. Strauss to Jus tice. Wife No. 1, Mrs. Ida M. Perkins Btrauss. declares she is his only le gal helpmate, nnd is ready to receive SISTER KILLS RROTHER IN FIGHT OVER WATER JACKSON, Mlsa., Aug. £—As a re sult of the killing of John Rich by his sister, Mra. J. Prince Odura. at Rtchton on July 25, a lively sensation has developed in Augusta, Public sentiment s...

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

4 HOW' 'CALAMITY JANE" DEALT FARO IN SPOKANE Spokane pioneers who read of the death of "Calamity Jane" In Dead- Wood on August 2 nre telling of the days in the early '80s when "Calam ity" lived in Spokane and dealt fnro bank on Main avenue in a wooden building that stood adjacent to what Is now the Owl saloon. "Jane" in those days was tlie key- Stone around which all the excite ment and life of the new town was reared. She rolled Into town when the Northern Pacific was building through nnd stayed until the excite ment died down, and she became one of the vanguard In the rush to the new Coeur d'Alene mining country. IB* AT TKE FINISH. "In those days it was customary for the town to be shot up almost nightly, and "Calamity," as befitted her name, was always in at tlie death, as a rule the last person to hold the head and administer consolation to the troubled gambler or erstwhile bad man who waa about to depart Into the new country," said ona of the pioneers today. " "Calamity' quickl...

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