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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 7 August 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Fire Cents Per Month, mmon mat* ots. N0.33&. GAMBLING LAW IS UPHELD BY COURT OXTMPXA, Wash,, Aug. 7.—The en frame econrt today upheld tho consti tutionality of the*state gambling law aad orders the Judgment sentencing Frits Dietrich of Spokane to the peni tentiary fog one year serried oat. Tho court holds oontrory to Attorney Will •raves that the sow law la independ ent ana aot amendatory of the gsm iling law of 1870. i The case was made a test one by the gamblers of the state to test the validity of the new gambling law passed by the laat legislature, which made gambling a felony. Upon thla decision hung the question of future gambling In Spokane and In the atate. The history of the case Is aa follows: Frits Dletrlck was arrested In Spo kane on Sunday, June 14, for running a gambling game at the Bohemian saloon. He was tried before Judge Richardson June 16 and sentenced under the new law to one year's Im prisonment. He was defended by Attorney Will Grav...

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. — 7 August 1903

t TKe SpoKane Press. ggtMWjl sTrery Bwonlng Basest Soadsy by The Press Publishing Company. Jul "** ***** *** W ** k * oeeH. por month cc II •assertseta will confer a favor by promptly reporting all oases of poof •» tardy deUrary to tha office. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. ■OBWIJW Aatr/aBatBBTS. At'DTTORIUM— Tlie Shirley Stock company In "In the Hands of tbe BViemy." MATATOftItTM PARK—Vaudeville. Heredity and Home. We have fallen Into the way of excusing and condoning; wrong doing; on the score of heredity and environment. Inherited helplessness has tsken the place of original am. "Only lately," complains the London Spectator, la an elaborate article on this subject, "we heard a scoundrel excused on th* ground that he had a bad uncle." "A. mental twiat," Is another favorite excuse. It Is considered to satls fnctorily account for anything from a violent temper, Incurable lasiness, or Inteterate lying, to a mere disregard of ordinary manners; and for the reality of the supposed "twist" a mad c...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 7 August 1903

GENERAL MILES GOES UPON RETIRED LISI WASHINGTON, Aug. I.—Tha Of tctal Ufa af a gallant warrior eaptrea at midnight tonight, when, by reason af the fact that tomorrow Is the Maty-fourth anniversary of hla birth, General Nelson A. Miles, aommanding general of the army, will he retired from active service, Whatever else may bo said. It can hot be denied that It la a splendid record that General Miles leaves anon the pages of the department from which in a few hours ho takes hla •nal departure, prom a IS-a-week alerkahip la a little dry goods store and handicapped by the fact that he lacked a West Point training, he haa Worked his way atop by step to the highest rank within the gift of tho United Statea army. Nelson A. Miles made hla greatest reputation, probably, as an Indian campaigner. He began hut military Career In 1811 by raising a volunteer company, but the governor of Massa chusetts declared he waa too young to command It. Milea waa afterward commissioned lieutenant colonel of t...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 7 August 1903

FIVE BUILDINGS BURNED IN FIERCE HILLYARD FIRE " Shortly after 1 o'clock this morn ing Are started In T. E. Armstrong's general merchandise store, corner Market and Wabash streets. Hillyard, and within 16 minutes the Interior Waa a mass of flames. The origin of the fire is unknown, as there was no stove and no one occupied the premises. The flames rapidly spread from the 'Armstrong store, which consisted of three single story frame buildings. West to a two-story frame residence occupied by Mrs. Hattie J. Stockton as a boarding house, and south, de stroying Dr. D. F. Eakin's pretty cot tage snd his office building adjoining. Thence it Jumped across Market street and soon the Wormald block was a mass of flames. It was cheek ed at this point. Hillyard has no flre-flgbtlng apparatus, but shortly after the alarm was turned in by Might Watchman Owen Donshoe scores of willing helpers brought garden hose, while others borrowed hose from the nearby Great Northern Shops, and the Spokane fire d...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 8 August 1903

Twenty fire Cents Ptr Month. - VBBBPBOBB MATH 379. NO. 236. $60,000 FIRE AT C(EUR D'ALENE CITY TOWN SAVED BY CHANGE OF WIND COEUR I'UIII CITY, Idaho, Aug. B.—Tho planing mill and holler room of the Coeur d'Alene Lumber company ware totally destroyed hy nre thla morning. Baglneer O. w. Bally had his las; torn off at tbe knee hy tha blowing out of a cylinder head, and Fireman Kinsman was severely Injured. The property loss at > o'clock la 060,000, partially covered hy lnaur- I auce. Only a change In wind, com bined with the heroic efforts ef the eltlsens of Coeur d'Alene and th* timely arrival of tha Spokane flea de partment, saved tha entire town from destrouctlon. 1 The fire was started about 8 o'clock .hy sparks from tho boiler room smokestack setting fire to a pile'of shavings near the boiler room, which was speedily wrapped in flames. The Are rapidly spread to the big planing mill, which within a few minutes was also on lire. MAYOR BOYD VETOES CREMATORY CONTRACT Mayor Boyd vet...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 8 August 1903

11 Tlie Spokane Freed. Mptehed *r»rr Craning Qse.pt Sunday by Frees *V4l9bln» CoAps.hr. - •OBOM-MeSAI BBSS* ff»»Vtqj» WOne cent, por copy, eta eentt per Week, twenty-five cents per raontfi or It jedr, delivered by carrier. No frep OopleS, Subscribers will confer « favor by promptly reporting" fell cast? ol pool w* tardy delivery to the office. . „y-» . >— **» tit Wont AOs. •Telephone Main 875, aretoStae Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. ATTITORIVM—The Shirley Stock company In "In the Hands of the Enemy." NATATORIUM rAßK—Vaudeville. Last Trek of the Boers. A melancholy spectacle of mini's Inhumanity to man Is afforded In the movement of the Boers of the Transvaal and the Orange Free States to Mexico. This ts their fourth heglra. Thrice has this heroic people treked across tho barren veldt of South Jhfrlca, and made the savage wilderness to blossom as the rose. Thrice has the British government driven them from their new-made homes. They sought not gold. They Bought only a chance to live...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 8 August 1903

To the Candidate for Queen of the Carnival receiving the highest number of votes, THE SPOKANE PRESS will give the CapitaTPrtee: A Beautiful Diamond Ring. This diamond ring is by fax the most desirable present the queen will receive. It can be seen in the window of the Dingley Jewel ry Co., 807 Riverside avenue. Take a look at it. Which of these young ladies whose portraits are published here, do you want to wear the PRESS Rin?? Get out. work and vote for her. ARMY HAS A NEW COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF » —— aW*ABHINQTON, Aug. B.— Although (Americans who started in life as day laborers have become president ot the great republic, no man tgho shoul dered a musket as a common aoldter ikt ever attained to the position of tofuniunder of tho army of the Uulted States until today. Major General Botnuel Baldwin Marks Toung, who today succeeds to the command of the army oft the atatutory retirement M Lieutenant General Miles, began hid Career as an enlisted man in the {Twelfth Pennsylvania infantry. A...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 8 August 1903

CREMATORY CONTRACT WAS LET AT 6:30 A. M. The board of public, works met nt I' •:»© o'clock Hits morning und award- ,' ed the ttintrac-t for the new erema- j tory to the DeCarle company for j •22.500. By tho terms of the contract the \ CeCarte Company agrees to burn all . garbage, Including night Foil, nt t tost of not more than 50 cents per Jfan. In the agreement the DeCarie rom t»ny Is to bulk! and have the plant in Operation within 120 days from the time the contract was signed. It has been agreed that practically the en tire plant Is to be made tn this city, the I'nlon Iron Works company hay- I Board Decides to Assess Franchises With today the first week's work of the board of tax equalisation Is finished. Just 2S complaints had Been filed up to noon, three of which had been made by tlte assessor himself to make corrections. The board went on record yester day as favoring the Imposition of an assessment on what Is called "cor porate franchise." This is the kind against which mini...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 10 August 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. nunoii mask at*. NO. 337. GITY SHOULD BUILD ITS OWN CREMATORY The veto of the DeCarle crematory proposition by Mayor Boyd la meet- Ins with general approbation. Ever •ince It became know that Fred E. Baldwin, president of Hie city coun cil, waa presented with 1600 of the •Ity'a money for looking at crema tories while east on personal busi ness the whole crematory proposition bos been viewed with distrust by the average citizen, who echoes the may or's remark, "You'll have to show sne- To a majority of the citizens who have watched the progress of events ■either crematory company or Its bid looks good. The fooling Is growing that either company could build its Dethrldge Makes Rock-pile Record. Lewis Dethrldge, of the famous Dethrldge twins, fooled the. police de partment for two daya with the claim that he waa physically unable . t to serve out a aentence on the rock pile. Dethrldge was ordered to serve out a 8100 fine last week, but des...

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

1 The SpoKane Press. #QJMlahad BrrOty arrenrng Bateept aktnday by Tho Press Publishing Oaatjawr. One oent por copy, six conte per week, twenty-five cents per month or It fir fsat. delivered By carrier. No free copies. ■abaas laera will confer a favor by promptly reporting all oaaea of poor •a- tardy doHrery to tho offie*. 9U Are. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. AUDITORIUM—ShirIey Stock company in "Rip Van Winkle." MATATORIUM PARK—Vaudeville. John EricKson. The nation was honored when it honored the memory of John Erlckson, the Swedish inventor and American patriot. During; one of the celebrations of the centenary of tlie birth of this re markable man one speaker said: "Lincoln and John Erlckson saved the union." That Is pretty near true. That waa a dark day for the north when the Merrlmae at Hampton Roads defeated the Cumberland, the Congress and the Minnesota, the flower Of the federal navy. Then appeared the Monitor, that "cheese box on a raft," as the confederates called it. It turned the t...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 10 August 1903

TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION IN ANNUAL CONVENTION ' WASHINGTON. D. C, Aug. ll.— ♦The 49th annual convention of the International Typographical Union of iMorth America, which began here to day, marks an epoch In the "art pre servative of all arts," and commands the Interest of all who are either olrectly or Indirectly connected with the arts and Industries of printing.; The organization is unique among labor bodies, aa It Is the only crafts-! tnen'S organisation in the World that lias rounded out SO years of exist ence. The national body was formed in Cincinnati In lISZ. Of the delegates torho attended that meeting and who were Instrumental In forming the union, there are three Surviving. The I. T. V, has at present nearly 600 lo_- rul unions, the entire membership aggregating 46,000. The convention was opened at 9 O'clfjJWc this morning with addresses Of welcome, on behalf of the district and the local printers. The Colum bia theater waa crowded, Including the galleries, that were mostly occ...

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

« SKELETON IN ARMOR DUG OUT OF GRAVE BAN BERNARDINO, Cal., Aug. 10. ►—A "skeleton in armor" is practically What was brought to light by a party Of workmen a short distance east e>f here, and it Is believed that their find has in a measure solved a mys tery of two decades' Standing, even though It Is In Itself most mysteri ous. A force of men engaged in dlpß-ing a ditch unearthed the skeleton of a human being, supposed from the size of the bones to have been a man. About the skeleton was wrapped a length of chain and an Iron collar riveted together encircled what had once been the neck. The only explanation Is but partial. Old-ttmers tell of the sensational es Attempt to Reopen Paper Mills Falls. HOLTOKE, Mass, Aug. 10.—The paper mills attempted to resume work thla morning sfter an eight weeks' strike and met with a failure. None of the employes sppeared for work. The attempt was abandoned. ARBITRATION PITTSBURG. Pa., Aug. 10.—Twen ty thousand members of the building trades return...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 11 August 1903

ONE CENT PER COPT Twenty-Fire Cents Per Month. minon maim wn. NO. 338. SOCIETY SWELLS ROB STREET CARS 'According to "Uncle" Johnny Krl enbuhl. hero of the recent holdup of Hillyard street cars, the police have Struck a hot trail ln that case. Kri enbuhl himself claims the honor of having put the police "next." The story of this clue to the rob bers' Identity sounds like a chapter from a dime novel. The rich and so cially prominent, the society main with no visible means of support, detectives, police and "Johnny-on the-Spot Krienbuhl are all mixed up In it in a mad hubbub. BOOXBTT atXlt StTSPBGTBD, Ever since the holdup Krienbuhl has taken the liveliest interest ln the case, making two and three trips dally to the police station. He was certain that he could Identify one of the robbers at least sould he see him again. Whether Krienbuhl has made hie Identification good or not, does not yet appear, but It la certain that at a resoult of a tip given him by a prominent society woman of ...

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. — 11 August 1903

1 TKe SpoKane Press. fSlbllshad Every Evening Bxeept Sunday by Tha Press Publishing Company. ■OsUrrsVsloaWUS »■■*• smvxoa. One oent per copy, six cents par week, twenty-live cents per month or ft far year, delivered by carrier. Ne free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor ajr tardy delivery to the office. CSS Mat Aye. Telephone Mala STaY •ostomoe Box 4. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. ■ AUDITORIUM—ShirIey Stock company in "Rip Van Winkle.' 1 ~-W' MATATORIUM PARK—Vaudeville. A Home for Aged Musicians. Ono of the good things that came of the national convention of music teachers at Ashevllle, N. C, recently, waa a determination to found a na tional home for aged musicians. The resolution was Introduced by Carl W. Grimm of Cincinnati, and at the next meeting of the association it la ex pected that action will be taken. It Is a fine Idea and right. Destiny Isn't always kind to musicians. Some of them make money Snd become famoua. But you have seen the oth...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 11 August 1903

VETERAN ACTOR RECALLS FIRST SHOW IN SPOKANE John Magulre of Butte la spending, a few days ln the city hobnobbing with Harry Hayward. Magulre haa for the past 44 years been more or less actively engaged In the theatri cal profession as a thesplan, manager, ■milder and owner of theaters. In fact, he haa been ln every branch Of the business but "burnt cork" and "Jugglery" from the days he first set foot In America at the QoWen Gate In 1860. He wag then a mere lad out .from Cork college, Ireland, but he .had a yearning for the footlights, a yearning even now not satisfied for he Intends again to go on the stage as an Irish comedian. Magulre has won fame in tiie pro fession, and la known from New Tork to California as not only the most venturesome manager in the West but as tho oldest manager ln the TTnited Statea. It was not ao many years ago that ho owned a airing of opera houses embracing the leading cities of Montana and Col orado, and has to his credit an ex penditure of $2,000,000 ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 11 August 1903

4 SENSATIONAL DIVORCE OF HEYBURN'S BRIDE With the announcement from Phil adelphia that I'nlted States Senator Heyburn had trouble In procuring a license to wed Miss Gheretln Yeat man of Kennet Square because he did not know that the sweetheart of his bbyhood days had been divorced, one of the most sensational family rows In Eastern Pennsylvania Is recalled. It Is a story that, with pictures, oc cupied columns in the Philadelphia papers, dealt with marriage infidelity, wtth assault and battery and with In cendiarism. Miss Yeatman was married at that time to Dr. Pyle, a prominent Wil mington physician. The two had vio lent quarrels over a nurse who was installed in the Pyle home as the Door of Hopo Is Nearlng Completion Contractor Fred Phalr finished the brick work on the new Door of Hop*, which Is being built for Captain J. O. McClelland st the northwest corner of Front avenue and Stevens street. Pursuant to instructions from those promoting the nOW home, the work on the building is ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 12 August 1903

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. minoas maim sra. WO. 339. SAY MISSING GIRL WAS HYPNOTIZED Some light may be thrown upon the mysterious disappearance of 18- --year-old Catherine Wycoff, following, as it did, quickly upon her employer's Belling out his business and leaving for some foreign country, by the atatement of an intimate girl friend of Miss Wycoff that her employer, Dr. Dunlop, possessed a strange In fluence over the girl. This lnfiu eence, the friend claims, was hyp notic. Mrs. Dunlop stated today that the doctor had studledjiypnotlsm, but •he did not think he had ever prac ticed it upon Miss Wycoff. Miss Wy coff's friend, however. Is positive on this point and made the following statement: "I knew for a long time from M' KS Wycoff's statement that she was com pletely dominated by the doctor, that she could think of nothing but the doctor, could talk of nothing but the doctor—that she was the victim of his mesmeric trances, an art that had been taught him by F...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 12 August 1903

f The SpoKane Press. StoWlshao Every Braatag TCao.pt Sunday by Tha Press Publishing Company. On* cent per copy, six cants per week, twentr-flv* cents par month or tt PUT year, Mtvoroi by carrier. No free ooples. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor BY tardy delivery to the office. CM front At*. sTßsatsiai BM> 171. Bsaaißii Box 4, OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. AUDITORIUM—ShirIey Stock company In "Rip Van Winkle." NATATORIUM PARK—Vaudeville. Rag-Time Ideals. A rag-time song catches the popular fancy. It Is hummed and whistled gnd sung everywhere and by almost everybody. Then it Is rolegated. The "psychological moment" comes when the populace tires of It. It Is of no more importance in the world of song than a last year's bird's nest. A jingle of words, cunning phrases, a catchy meter and a Jagged tune— It soon peters out. Now— There are rag-time Ideals also—ldeals that are false and fleeting. For Instance: Note the Ideals of a boy. How they change. He begi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 12 August 1903

REVIEW PLEADS FOR REDUCTION IN TAXES I Staggering under an anticipated burden of taxation almost too heavy to bear, throe tollers In the bratnery •f the Spokesman-Review nnd Its eve ling edition, tha Chronicle, appeared eVefore tlie county board of equalisa tion yesterday afternoon and in a plaintive strain piped their little roundelay of woe so pitifully and pa thetically that a stone would have keen made to roll over and kick itself for compassion. Editor Durham of the Review, in the absence of the tenor robusto of the concern, sang tne name part in tlie classical operetta, "Prometheus Nailed to the Cross." Business Man ager Goodin attuned the basso part, while Manager Hooker of the Chron icle staecatoed through the dlHlcult and technical soprano score. Attor ney 11.. M. Stephens wielded the baton and supplied the chin music for an Overture, ns well as the entre act selections and curtain raisers. Musi cal critics present wore of one ac cord that he was especially strong In the wi...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 12 August 1903

4 CITY DETECTIVES NOW PAY THEIR CAR FARE Members of the police force ere ■ore at the Washington Water Tower company because the latter have is- j ■ued "tickets'' to members of the force not In uniform, and they are also wondering why tho "tickets," al though sent to the police station sev eral days ago, have not been given out to the men. By the new arrangement a police man in citizens' cloth OS must pay fare, even if he is wearing his star, unless he has the official policeman's tickets. Notice of the innovation was post- 25 Drowned from Marine Collision. HAMBI'RG, Aug 12.—The German sailing vessel Isebnile and the Nor wegian StesmSf Theodore collided to day off the mouth Of the Elba. Both sank and 2E seamen a#e reported drowned. Slowpoke—l'll bet some futur* day the women will rule this country. Ip-to-date—Well, well, old man, you certainly nre living in the past. INCREASES SPACE. Frank Leake was all smiles yester day. The reason was the highly sat isfactory results that he had ye...

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