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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 19 August 1903

ONE GENT PEI COPT Twenty-Fire Cents Pet Month. enaraon max* era. NO. •*<>. CORONER BLAMED IN FIGHT OVER CORPSE !M a result of the quarrel between nival undertakers over the possession Of the corpse of Tony Ashenburger, Br., Spokane undertakers are up in arms against Coroner Smith, claim ing that an arrangement exists be tween 'the coroner and the undertak ing, firm of Smith A Co., whereby the latter firm la given possession of all coroner's cases that are worth any money. To prove their charges the state ment la made that Smith A Co., armed with an order from the coroner, tack possession Of ths body of Tony Ash enburger, Sr., found dead In a shack near the King abatolr'yesterday, and compelled two son of the dead man to put up IIS before they would let the son have the remains. Tony Ashenburger, Jr., desired the Turnbull Undertaking company to prepare his father for burial. It was FORGER KRESSLY HOLDS A PINK TEA IN PRISON Forger Howard J. Kressly haa be come almost as much a s...

Publication Title: Spokane Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 19 August 1903

The SpoKene Press. *vair gracing Bsoopt Sunney by who Press Publishing OoosJSky. 1 Mm- 11.. ■ 1 ■ ■ T 1 SQMIfTS Miißagi vmass Sbrtior, One east per oopy, six oente per week, twenty-five cents per month or II for *mtm, delivered b* carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will oenfer a favor by promptly reporting all coses cT poor WW tardy delrverr to t£e office. Sg Front ato. areaagSjeate sßene STeV OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. ',ataotirm otBoe: ol Trtbtuata saisasYa. New lark City. Chicago office; 10S Hartford building. W. H. representative. AI'DITORIUM—The Shirley Stock company in "In Spite of All." An Archangle in Sags. Rls name is H. T. Graves. . Address. Anywhere, Nowhere. ■ He Is old and gray, a wanderer on the face of the earth. In'plain words, H. T. Graves Is a tramp. He Is also an archangel in rags. The man who risked his life to save the life ef a woman who was deter mined to die. He fought a battle with two—death and the woman—and won but. It happended In Chicago last week. The woman...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 19 August 1903

WITH TEARFUL EYES ATE STOLEN CABBAGES ; Mike Sweeny, a "peg-leg" man who fclew in on the winds from Montana SOBle time ago, was gathered to his (athers, the policemen, this morning. "dike came down Stevens street, his floh Hibernian brogue surcharged jrltli "burnt district" scrap iron whis and tarried long enough in front K the famous Mug pleasure resort land on the hind .end of a China man's vegetable wagon. He filled both arms with radishes, cabbage artfl Unions, saw Officer Tom Herndon In the distance and peglegged away with the best possible speed Into the hos pitality of the Mug. A minute later be was seen emerging from the back PfOr of the Mug. bis pleasing counts NEW WATER MAIN FOR RUST WARD mSTRIGI following the Lincoln school lot the city council last night .jlejisJtee! lO lay a 12-inch supply pipe OltajMMU lag with the big main at First avenue Iggt Perry atreet, thence on Perry ta Halrd avenues, to Arthur street, %o "atth avenue. ±>r. H. w. Allen ssss wot rtw»«ss.fdi Is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 19 August 1903

.. .§ YACHTS ARE READY FOR TOMORROW'S CUP RACES NEW YORK, Aug. 19—Not in th< history of the contests for tlie Amcri CS CUp has such a widespread inter •st been arouse! on both .sides oi the Atlantic as is manifested In thi races between the Reliance and Slium rock 111., which be: in tomorrow of! Sandy Hook. Not only are hundreds of strangers In town from Boston. Philadelphia Baltimore. Chicago and many othet ritlcs, eager to witness the grand Struggle between the two speediest yachts ever built, but the number ol foreign visitors who are here for th< same purpose has never been ex ceeded. The hotels are packed wltl guests and the overflow has filled th< boarding houses. It is estimated that 50.000 per sons will witness tomorrow's race Besides the multitude of private craft that will flock toward Sandy Hool lightship before 11 o'clock tomorrow there are excursion boats by tin Score to give those not fortunati enough to own yachts of their owi or have friends who do an oppor ...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY T weary-Fire Cents Per Month. nunon max* rnn. NO. 2*6. RAGE CALLED OFF ! RELIANCE IN LEAD | HIGHLANDS. N. T., Aug. 20.— After an unsatisfactory beating about for approximately four hours ssad a half with little or no wind and all aorta of weather, the first of the International yacht cup contests be tween the Reliance and Shamrock 111. was called off at t:4O thla afternoon, a few mlnutea after the American boat had turned the outer mark, a mile and a half or more In advance •f the challenger. When the signal calling tha rae# off was hoisted ths wind had gone to a dead calm and there waa no possi bility of finishing within the time limit. As far as the contest went, how ever, It showed that there la small chance of Sir Thomaa Lipton "lifting" the cup. Sir Tommy has consistently prayed for light winds and he got them, but, probably much to hla sur prise, the Reliance showed to better advantage In the forelgner'a wlshed for conditions than did the Shamrock. Despite a ...

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

TKe SpoKane Press. BajMlskad Every Evening Except Sunday by Tha Press Publishing Company. One sent par copy, six cants per weak; twenty are cents per month or H gasT year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Snbaorlbera will confer a favor by promptly reporting all eases of poor Br tardy delivery to the office. tJM Front Are. ■atephoee Mala 3TS. aTnssoloi Baa a. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 51 Trlbunte building. New Tork Ctty. Chicago office: lts Hartford building. W. H. Porter field, representative. AUDITORIUM—The Shirley Stock company In "In Spite of All." Too Fat or Too Lean. Only four years or so ago Mme. Calve was too fat. The superfluity of fker too solid flesh interfered with her comfort and threatened to Impair her career. Then one day she returned from abroad with her figure made lis some by vigorous and long-continued treatment of diet and exercise. She made no mystery of the change. "To die of too much fat —that was •tupid." she said to the reporters. She had wa...

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

PLANNING TO ORGANIZE OIG FARMERS' TROST CHICAGO, Aug. t»—Representa tives of tha Farmers' alliance and the American Society of Equity are still M conference regarding th* formation of a farmers' trust to advance ths pries of farm products. Hamilton White, financial agent of th* proposed co-operative company, la outlining the plans of th* alliance says tt is Intended to obtain sub scriptions for »50,000,000 capital ta be used In ths erection of grain •!•- vators and cold storage plants tn ths north and cotton warehouses In ths STEALING GOLD CROSS ON HIGH CHURCH STEEPLE JERSEY CITY, Aug. 10.—At the risk of his life, in constant danger Of being hurled to the ground 80 feet below, after a desperate Hght, a Jersey City potteeman today captur ed on the roof of the new parish hall Of St. Patrick's church a man who was chsrged with stripping the roof Of Its copper aheathlng. s The prisoner described himself aa George Ackerman of the Palmer house, Bowery, New York. He waa taken to the hospit...

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

4 UNDERTAKERS PASS LIE IN ROW OVER CORPSES The quarrel between undertakers •nd the coroner over the possession ©f corpses goes merrily on. The 'Turnbull company today are accused of holding up the body of A. S. May •nd demanding $15 before consenting to its release. Yesterday Smith A Co. were accused of holding up the corpse of the late Tony Ashenburger and $15 before releas ing It. "I'ndertaker Turnbull charged me $15 last May because of a similar 'mlxup over orders from the physician and relatives of Albert S. May, wfio died of pulmonary phthisis at n sani tarium late In May," said Undertaker Smith this morning. "And he did not keep the body long and did nothing SPORTING NEWS. - Won. Lost. F.C. Los Angeles 66 42 611 Butte 65 42 607 Spokane 61 48 660 Seattle 67 49 63S San Francisco 66 63 61 1 Salt Lake 14 28 S3". There Is to be a meeting here of the managers of the remaining four clubs of the Pacific Northwest league on Thursday next to arrange a sched nle for the balance of the se...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. nunon MAxm tn. NO. 247. PARTISAN ACT OF SMALL POLITICIAN Mom. Mntj MeSriie, governor of IjbJjßhlagliis, stands nasngod before taw governor aad commonwealth of Oaav with violating hla Imperative la-ay aad okllgatleas, aador tha atata aoaatltntloß and federal statutes ef aha United Statea. the euprexae bt at tha land aa well aa act of congress, ta refusing to grant extradition pa- Sera ta the ease of "Ooaat" Paul Watelet, fnrltlTa float Jaatlce from tha atata of Ohio. The oharcea are contained in a communication to Hon. W. K. Nash, governor of Ohio, by Attorney S. F. Domer, who repreaented the offlclala af the atate of Ohio In the extradi tion proceedings brought to secure possession of Watelet. It Is atated that Paul Watelet Stands charged In Stark county, Ohio, with the crime of obtaining by means of falae pretense a draft from John E. Carnahan for 14000. Governor Mcßride was notified by the attorney general of tlie stats that the deman...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 21 August 1903

TKe SpoKane Press. IsgMlatsad Shrery Bvenlna- Skee.pt Sawder »T Tha Press Publishing Company. One cent par copy. St* eenta per week, twenty-five cents per month or ft pW pear, delivered bp carrier. MO free copies. ■aassisbsts wtll eoaCer a favor by srosaptly reporting all aaasa af goes •jr tardy delivery to the office. «• Preset Are. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: S3 Tribunte building. New Tors: City. Chicago office: 10« Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld. representative. Tosnasrr s AJtUßSaairrs. AUDITORIUM—ShirIey Stock company In "La Belle Marie," benefit for Mlas Jeesie Shirley. A Life Sentence for a Drunk. I William Kindt was drunk. I That means that he was Insane—mad as a rabid dog. He had done what thousands of men have done —turned Joy Into tragedy. Be went to a Sunday outing near Chicago, filled himself with lV>uor, let the tiger In htm gain control, and then turned on his brother. ■ "Bill, for come home with me," pleaded Charles. The answer was an oath, and then ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 21 August 1903

O'LEARY AND HAGUE APPOINTED POLICEMEN ' Police Commissioner Boot has de cided to appoint Dan O'Leary from the Second ward and Eric Hague of the First ward to the regular police force. This Is the first definite decision arrived at in the muddle of appoint ing the new members to the police force. Two more men am to be ap pointed, and because of the trouble It is likely they won't be .named un til the first of the coming month. At present the fight haa centered o\(er Policeman Jellsett being made a regular member of the force, and Over nn applicant from the Second Ward. $100 Bargain Over Looting a Camp. T. F. Hopkins, the mining man, has had hla camp on the North Fork of the Clearwater river in Idaho burg larised. The camp was dur ing Its owner's absence by people who made themselves free with both provisions and auppliea, to Ma own er's sorrow. Investigation led to the susptelon ing of Kd Knight and a companion 2 named Robinett of Lewlaton, Idaho. They were accused of the affair. Bot...

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

WILL TEST VALIDITY OF STATE GAME LAWS Somewhere out on Pleasant Prairie Or mayhap on Peone Prairie Is a email boy, a eon of a farmer, who is (funning- today for a grouse or a pheasant or a prairie Chicken; and he hag no license granted by County Auditor Stewart to permit him to go hunting. The lad will be arrest ed for violation of the game law of the state, and straightway that game law will be tested In the courts. Representatives of tlie ranchers of the two prairies named called on At torney Lucius G. Nash yesterday and told him their doubts sbout the Jus tice of the dollsr license law. They hold that they are virtually the war dens and preservers of the game of the fields; that the birds are born on their ranches snd obtain their food and living there; their sustenance Is gathered from the farmer's crops and they waa fat and goodly upon their foraging of his fields. The farmers do not object to the modicum of his crop which the birds take, but they do say that their sons Ought I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 August 1903

ONE C|NT PER COPY Twenljr-Stte tents Per Month. vnaraoira irjust art. NO. 048. RELIANCE WINS RACE BEATING SHAMROCK NEW YORK, Aug. 22.—Reliance, gallant defender of the America's cup, today won tha first race of the aeries for the International trophy, defeating Shamrock 111., Sir Thomas JLlpton's third challenger In easy fashion. The official time of the finish wss: jEyJJance, 6:17:46: Shamrock. 3:24:16. With time allowance and atart taken Into account, Reliance beat Shamrock 4 minutes and 40 aeconda. For about half the distance the race was the grandest In ths history Of*HTe cup and until a few minutes before the outer mark was turned with Reliance about a half minute to the good It was snybody's con test, The mark turned, it resolved Itself not into a question of which boat would win, but by how many minutes Reliance would defeat the Challenger. On the run home the re sult was never In doubt. Reliance Increasing her lead In magnificent Style tand crossing the finishing line With S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 August 1903

The Spokane Press, fjsMl red %ff%W wnmmm —aept Snaday tjy »> Frays fAtMishinf Qasyj>kK*\ L Ob» see* pat eopyv stx cents per week, twstrty-frrs cents pay month or f I ffkW t**as\ fleftreneeA bp earner*, *ta free ooples. ssrtsetlieia V(U ooctfer a favor by promptly feporUnf ail CAM nf poof ft* tardy delivery to the office. fMMtfa* Are, aVatspkoa. Mate tTS, aTwatoSU. Beat a, - OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. „ Eastern office: El Tribunte building, New Tork City. Chicago office! JOS Hartford building. W. H. Porterfleld. representative. rOaTWMT-S AJsTTsnBUWrS. ' AiTOrrOßlTJM—Shirley Stock company in "Only a Country Girl," by. request Indians Seek Divorce. Ths Indians of South Dakota have accepted ona of the tenets of civil isation with great avidity. It Is the white man's divorce law. The Indians rejoice In the divorce statutes as one of the means of higher mil fare and obey It ln spirit and in letter. A correspondent tells of a Sioux buck who walked Into a laywer's office at Chamberlain, dem...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 August 1903

NEW GROUNDS FOR REMOVING WEYMOUTH An attempt ls being made in a Tie*> direction to oust Superintendent P. P. Weymooth of the water depart ment. Private citlsena are starting ft movement to show that Mr. Wey mouth does not own a foot of real estate ln tho city;, and that for this reason he Is disqualified from hold ing the position of water superin tendent. , Another phase to the water prob lem was sprung today by J. T/ Haye, .Who is circulating a petition urging that the city adopt the meter system 0* measurement Mr. Haye ls the man who had a meter put In to measure the water used by It houses Fleet ami Army "Attack" Portland. PORTLAND, Me., Aug. 12.—The rcrvlal war game having concluded and the "enemy" vanquished, the stage la now cleared for the second act of the war drama In thla local ity, la addition to the naval forces Which participated ln the recen ma neuvers tho forces of the United Estates army, reinforced by the state militia of Maine, are now to have a part. Beginning...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spokane press. — 22 August 1903

Operator Examining Diseased Hair. THE above cut shows the method adopted by the beauty doctor in determining the particular dis ease germs destroying your hair. He does not claim to be able to grow hair on a bald head, but guarantees to stop the hair from falling out by killing the germ Which is responsible for this condition. C. A. FUREY, . . 201-202 Peyton BlocK, SpoKane. SPORTING NEWS. Manager Hart of the San Fran fciaco and Los Angeles clubs ln the iPacific National league has at last thrown up the sponge, according to Ban Francisco advices, and yesterday Witnessed the disbanding of the two Southern teams. All this took place just at a time when Manager Williams of the Spo kane club was receiving assurances that the outlook for switching the £cs Angeles and San Francisco fran chise s to Vancouver and Victoria was Bright The prospect today, figuring upon the latest dispatches at hand, ls that there will bo nothing doing outside cf the (our remaining clubs—Se attle, Spokane, Butte...

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

ONE CENT PER COPY Twenty-Fire Cents Per Month. NO. 349. QUEEN ELIZABETH OPENS CARNIVAL Qumxxrs obbbtzbto. To Hp Subjects, Greeting: Tonight ths merry season of carnival begins. I bid yon all to lay aside business cares and labors aad attend oar mirthful revelries. X>et none offer excuse. fast and jollity with their marry snips will serve to drive every dull aad leaden thought away. Wondrous pageantry will greet ths eye, while music's .trains will Acrobats and mountebanks frees far lands aad distant oUntes have boon summoned to perform their wondrous fsats for your edlnoa atom. Ths fruitage of the hills aad clusters of tho vtaelaads will be spread before yon. T.s lighter and kind words shall snake up tho mediums of pleasure's Intercourse. Only frowns will of fend ths> oourt. Especially do Z re quire that yon do all attend the coronation at nightfall of Tues day. ■fear and attend. iißAßirg, msgtns, 30 Are Injured In Illinois Wreck BI.OOMINGTON. 111., Aug. 84.— An Illinois Centra...

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

TKe SpoKane Press. aSntishod Broil Evening Bassin Sunday by Th. Press Publishing Company. On. eaat per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or It far rear, delivered by carrier. No free copies. frafeexiilbera will confer s favor by promptly reporting all as sen of poor t*r tardy delivery to the office. mv Front Aye. •sissjbßSMi M*sa tt% tWeslcs Boa «. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Eastern office: 53 Trlbunte building, New Tork City. Chicago office: 106 Hartford building. W. H. Porterfield, representative. AUDITORIUM —Shirley Stock company in "Trilby." Smiles and Villainy. Few If any lines ln all literature are more commonly quoted than this: "One mar smile and smile, and be a villain." This ls accepted as If it were Shakespeare's calm opinion. It Is taken as a carefully uttered truth. Tt ls nothing of the sort. It is an Immoderate Utterance that Shakespeare puts Into tha mouth of a madman. We must not mistake what Shakespeare's characters say for the real opinions of Shakesp...

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

MTOFF PERFORMS ANOTHER MIRACLE ' lunother of tho Rev. David N. Mc- InturfTs modern miracles waa- per formed yesterday at tha Church of Bppkane. The subject upon whom tha 'minister worked the demonstra tios* of divine power was Mrs. Krutpp Of Latah. As the result of a laying on af hands and sprinkling with bless ed ointment, the lady declared that aha had been cured of dropsy, a dis ease wlthj whtrh she had been afflict ed for a year and a half. Thoi healing agent prefaced the mlr ncle with a lengthy sermon ln the course" of which he scathingly de nounced all the orthodox denomina tions. They were qulbblers, he said, over non-esserrttals. nnd were respon- Blble, by their attitude, for all the sina of the world. Special reference waa made to tho Rev. A. R. Lam bert of the First Methodist Episco pal church, who. It was claimed,'de nied the efficacy of divine faith for healing purposes. When Dr. Mclnturff had concluded rasorlng orthodoxy, he announced Montana Labor Man Moot at Miasotita...

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

4 DETECTIVES ON TRAIL OF BRIDGE WRECKERS BOZEMAN, Mont., Aug. 24—De tective Hlndman of the Northern Pa cific and five Plnkerton detectives ar rived here last Saturday night on the trail of Kid Curry and the dyna miters of the Yellowstone river bridge (N. V. ) near LivlngFton, Mont. Hlndman arrived direct from Spokane, two of the "Pinkies" from Great j Falls, Mont.; one from Kentucky di rect; and one from Fergus county, Mont. The latter has been masquer ading and traveling ns a cowboy from camp to camp, his particular object Toeing the capture of the famous kid desperado and jall-braker. All are heavily armed and their object ln meeting here Just now Is to facilitate matters by co-operation. Since arriving here two of tKe Pinkertons have donned garbs of , threshers and making the acquain- 1 lance of the people of the town: At ' this season of the year Bozeman Is the central rendesvous of hard char acters of every description, who stop Cleaning Mud from Many Sidewalks Street Commissio...

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