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FRIDAY, JUNE 22.
Qossip °f the
Game
Dick Fitipatrick and Ollie Llndh,
lighti-r and manager, have broken
camp, owing to the opposition of
the police to the bout between Flts
patrick and Billy Rhodes being held
Within the city limits. The prose
cuting attorney's office is wanting
to make a ten-strike with antl-flgot
sentiment, too, and has taken on a
TRACK MEET
TOMORROW
—i
The greatest track meet ever
fceld In the northwest with the ex
ception of the Lewis and Clarko
fair at Portland last year, will be
toeld In Spokane tomorrow at the
Interstate fairgrounds. Although
the athletes will compete under the
names of the Multnomah, Seattle
end Spokane Amateur Athletic
Clubs, they comprise collegians
from all parts of the country who
toave reputations established.
Some talk Is going around about
professionalism, but so long as a
eaan Is a strict amateur he may
compete under whatsoever club he
pleases. Multnomah has gone to
considerable expense In corralling
aAhletes, as have also Seattle and
Spokane, and have imported men to
Compete under the colors.
Trainer "Bill" Hayward of the
Multnomah team has had an offer
to train Notre Dame next year. He
Is a western trrlner of note, but
Ills reputation Is wide and that an
•astern college should look ot the
West for a trainer is considered a
compliment.
BASEBALL
BREVITIES
The Bapp & Lloyds and the War
wicks will play "in tho twilight"
this evening at Natatorium park.
Jensen and Wright will be the op
posing pitchers.
Rain stopped the Tacoma-Spo
kane game yesterday.
Grays Harbor administered an
other defeat to Butte yesterday at
Hoquim. Goodwin held Butte down
to four hits. The final score was
4 to 1.
Terry McKune Comes Home.
Spokane has lost Terry McKune,
tho fast little shirtstop of the In
dlans Bather the team has lost
him. but Spokane will see plenty
of him. He has been ordered back
"A GOOD JOB BEATS
PLAYING BASE BALL"
"Base ball as a profession offers
few Inducements to any young man
of average Intelligence who Is ca
pable of doing good office work (s
e>f pursuing a lucrative trade or
profession," siiya Wm. Dahlen,
■Aorta top for the New York giants.
•There U reall little money in the
t>aslnoss In the long run. If a young
■nan Is quick, attentive, likes base
kail, ha* a clear brain and eye,
(steal/ serves, he can average
belligerent attitude. Therefore the
promoters have thrown up the
sponge.
The Dave Holly-Rufe Turner
fight, which was to have taken
place at Pleasant Beach, near Seat
tle, last night, Is said to have been
stopped by order of the county of
ficials.
m mm—— — m
to the wigwams by President Dor
sey because he is now a non-com
batant owing to a strained tendon
in his leg. Dorsey says Terry's In
jury Is not surprising, as his team
Aas had so much ill luck this sea
son he is beyond the surprise stage.
SUNDAY BASEBALL
PROBLEM IN NAVY
—— ■ i -
WASHINGTON, June 22.—The
ships of the Atlantic fleet will
spend the present summer much
after the same fashion, so far as
concerns cruising and exercises, as
they did last year. But no one
in the navy department knows ex
actly what Rear- Admiral Evaus in
tends to do with his largo force of
enlisted men on Sundays.
It seems probable that the ships
will find it convenient to be at
soma other port than Province
town, so that the men may indulge
in baseball and other harmless in
versions on Sunday afternoons
without giving offense to residents,
a,s threatens to bo the case In
Provlncetown.
LINEMEN VS. PLUMBERS.
The Spokane Traction company
will soon commence the building of
a complete baseball ground at
Manito park by greatly improving
tho one out there njiw. Next, Sun
day the plumbers and electrical
workers will meet in a baseball
game for the championship of the
labor bodies.
If the electrical workers win they
will be challenged by the printing
trades, among whom there is said
to be a lot of candy-armed players
who In bygone days saw a .game or
two played.
TRUST STARTS WAR
ON FARMERS' LINES
PULLMAN, WASH.. .Tune 22 —
Whitman county believes that it Is
the seat of the first move in the
war of extermination commenced
by the Pacific States Telephone &
Telegraph monopoly on the far
mers' lines. Farmers are being of
fered a rat| of $1.
A network of farmers' lines cov
ers this county, with more than
MOO miles of wire and over 1500
subscribers. The big monopoly
cWVeti this business, and tbe $1
offer is the lure set by which It
hopes to capture the entire pa
tronage.
[about $1800 a year for perhaps 10
j years—big salary ranging from
I $r>oo to 18000 B season, and Uie
: number of .seasons he plays fle
i). nds aUtlfif upon lim individual
j ability
COPPER DIVIDEND
DECLARED TODAY
BOSTON, Mass., June 22.—The
quarterly dividend recently declar
ed by the directors of the Calumet
and Hecla Mining company is pay
able today. It amounts to $15 per
share to all stockholders on record
on May 24. This compares with
$15 three months ago and $10 one
year ago.
GREAT RELIGIOUS
CONFERENCE OPENS
EAST NORTHFIELD, Mass.,
June 22. —The season, of religious
conferences, instituted by the great
Evangelist Moody and continued
annually ever since, opened here
today. Among the speakers are
Bishop Anderson of Chicago and
Dr. Endicott Peabody, the head
master of Groton, who will be
heard here for the first time.
Recreation is always the order
for the afternoon at Northfleld. The
competition in baseball, track ath
letics and tennis is usually strenu
ous even for college men. Besides
that there is ample opportunity for
swimming and golf.
DEDICATE NEW CHAPEL
Exercises In dedication of the
new chapel of Gonzaga college were
held yesterday, when the magnifi
cent auditorium was thrown open
to the public for the first time.
Mural frescoes are the feature of
the decorations, the work of Broth
er Carlgnaneo, who in a quiet way
has become famous as a decorator
of church interiors and an artist
of fine sensitiveness in depicting
religious subjects. The dedication
sermon was delivered by Father
Goller, the head of the college.
ROSE FAIR IS
OPENED TODAY
A magnificent rose fair is In ses
sion at Natatorium park today and
there are collections of pink and
red roses that are perfect dreams
of beauty. At 3 o'clock appearef?
the rose parade, an event unsur
passed in floral beauty. The ladles
in charge of the tables are Mrs. R.
Lewis Rutter, who will have charge
of the St. Luke's table; Mrs. Em
mett Mcßroom, Mrs. W. H. Willi
free, Mrs. D. L. Huntington, Mrs.
Fred Alsbaugh, Mrs. R. W. Nuzuni,
Mrs. Edmund Juesson, Mrs. Charles
Batchellor, Mrs. Fred B. Grinnell,
Mrs. Edward N, Scale, Mrs. Freder
ick Marvin, Miss Halltene Hall and
Miss Elizabeth Glendlnning.
The judges of the florists' dis
plays are Mrs. Fred Alsbaugh, Mr.
Fred Phair and Mr. \\\ H. Winifree.
The Judges of the amateur dis
plays are Miss Amy C, Luffman,
Mr. C. T. Kipp and Mr. 11. M.
Sanders.
UNION MEN NOTICE
MARKED DIFFERENCE
Spokane union men are comment
ing on the difference In the treat
ment accorded tho manufacturers
association at the Waldorf-Astoria,
in New York recently, and that
handed out to the executive com
mittee of the American Federation
of Labor by Speaker Cannon and
other prominent men of both par
ties. Every union in tho country
has been notified of the almost
contemtuous manner in which
labor's bill of grievances was list
ened to by the powers that be .n
the national capital. In marked
contrast, it is argued, was the ban
quet given by the manufacturers
association, which was addressed
by the following well known meu:
Secretary of War Taft, Jonathan P.
DolllVer, President Charles W.
Billot of Harvard university, drover
Cleveland, Charles E. Hughes, Jo
seph C. Cannon, Senator W. Bailey,
Governor Frank W. Higgins. ex-
Uovernor Frank S. Black. General
Frederick D. Grant, Bear Admiral
Coghlan, Justice David. .1. Brewer,
Archbishop Ireland and Andrew
Carnegie.
And union men generally feel
cerlaln that the manufacturers as
sociation was formed for iho pur
pose of wiping organised labor off
the face of the e.trth.
BARTENDERS NOMINATE.
The bartenders' union met last
night and nominated officers to be
elected to serve the union for the
coming term. A n election will Iks
held the later part of this nion.u
and the officers installed the tirst
meeting in July.
Graduation at Academy.
Graduating iSjsfetsM of the Aca
demy of our Lady of Lourdea were
held yesterday and were attendee]
by a large audience. The graduates
were Rhea Clark, Kthel lierg and
Josephine Lord, who received
grammar school certificates.
REPUBLICANS PLAY
THREE CARD MONTE
BOGIE MAN SPRUNG AT LATE
COUNTY CONVENTION SEAR
ED DELEGATES INTO CORRAL
FIXED UP BY NEW COMBINE
OF CORPORATE FORCES,
Aftermath gossip of the late re
publican county convention would
j indicate that three prosperous
j political powers had arisen in Spo
kane, viz: James J. Hill, H. M.
Richards and W. H. Cowles, repre
senting, respectively, the Great
Northern, the Washington Water
Power company and the morning
paper. The first named and the
second named have always been
counted on in politics, but this is
the first time in recent years that
the last named has exhibited any
extensive varillty.
Just what forceful character
welded these conglomerates into
one mass is one of the mysteries.
Certain it is that Chairman D. T.
Ham could not have been the one.
For some reason not announced
but supposed to be a desire to meet
: his family in the delights of Yellow
stone Park he declined to be "a
party to what was decreed by the
three forces above named to be
pulled off at Elk's Temple last Sat
urday.
The steps are easy to show, say
How They Worked the Monte Trick
the gossips, how this new trium
virate of graces came to work me
monte trick and capture the pri
maries, caucuses and ultimately
the entire convention.
Suppose that the morning paper
should offer to a certain element
of the republican party Us earnest
support and most honest fealty to
the whole ticket If that element
should see to It faithfully that Fred
Leghorn was downed?
Suppose that the Great Northern
had some interests at stake, for in
stance in the recent attempt to in
clude its property within the lim
its of the incorporation of Hillyard,
as at one time proposed—which
proposition was turned down by
the Dean-Collin combination in the
board of county commissioners.
Well, the W. W. P. Co. has al
ways been having a hand in when
it. came to selecting powers that be.
Barnhart Waved the Bogie.
The plain, cold fact of the mat
ter is that Prosecuting Attorney
Barnhart. one of whose deputies is
closely related to the Great North
ern, waved the big red bogie-man
of Fred Leghorn and drove the
bunch into tho lair of the übiqui
tous >three forces named above.
Pounding on elected delegates
came after midnight perceding the
day of the convention, and the
sledges used were such as had been
used before in a crisis.
Every effort had been made by
the so-called courthouse crowd to
keep courthouse employes off the
list of delegates, because it would
lay the combination open to the
charge of packing the convention
OUTBURSTS Of EVERETT TRUE
THE BPOKANE PRESS.
with courthouse deputies. That
would look bad. As a ma'iter of
fact, the situation resolved itself
into men not actually on the coun
ty payroll but men controlled by
those within the patronage of eith
er the courthouse of one or the
other cf the "new three" combina
tion.
Too late many delegates saw
that they had been'flared out of
countenance by the Bogie-Man Leg
horn, only to find themselves in the
clutches of the "new three." And
that was after men at the primaries
had been also frightened.
McGOWAN TO FILL
McCLELLANS SHOES
(Scripps News Association.)
N*W YORK, June 22.—Mayor
McClellan, accompanied by Mrs.
McClellan, expects to sail on the
American line steamer New York
for Europe tomorrow. They will
make an extended tour through
Europe and' will return in Septem
ber, probably by tho steamer St.
Paul of the American line.
During the mayor's absence
Pa"!rick F. MoGowan, presid<mt of
the board of aldermen, will be act
ing mayor and, as Mayor Me-Ciel
lan will be away longer than 30
days, the acting mayor will exercise
all the |>owers of the mayor's of
fice, including those of removal and
appointment.
THOMAS WAS
JOBBED
According to telegraphic reports
Joe Thcmas, the California welter
weight, got the worst of it the
other night in Terre Haute, Ind.,
when he went ten rounds with Mike
Donovan of Buffalo. The referee
declared the fight a draw, but the
crowd hooted and demanded the de
cision for Thomas, who had the
better of all the rounds. Thomas
hail his man groggy the last half of
the bout and the spectators were
momentarily expecting him to land
a knockout. In the seventh and
eighth rounds Donovan nearly fell
iwWinever he made one of his blind
lunges. It was Thomas' fight and
the decision was nothing short of
robbery.
QUINN DOES FIRE STUNT.
The Are department extinguished
a small blaze in the office of 'the
Spokane Implement company, 120
Lincoln street, last night by dous
ing a bucket of water upon it. Ed
die Quinn, manager of the Spokane
Amateur Athletic club, discovered
the fire and turned in the alarm.
THE COLUMBIA.
All attendance records at the Co
lumbia theater have been broken
this week, the performance of "Jim
the Penman" proving the most
popular that has yet been given by
the Byron Douglas company dur
ing It 3 present engagement. Next
week the bill will be the celebrat
ed comedy "The Circus Girl."
THE WASHINGTON.
Tomorrow will be children's day
at the Washington theater, tho
matinee performance being given
especially for the children. The
work of the clever Teilu children,
singing and dancing artists, will
prove a good drawing card for the
little folks. The children are resi
dents of Spokane, and on this ac
count their performance is watch
ed with a great deal of interest.
THE AUDITORIUM.
Another successful rendition of
"Moths," the society play, was giv
en by the Jessie Shirley company
at the Auditorium theater last
night. "Moths" will be repeated
tonight.
MUSICAL
PROGIOY
THIS 11 YEAR OLD BOY CAN
PLAY SuME.
MASTER MIECIO HORSZOWSKI.
Known as "the It year old
Paderewski," young Master Hors
zowski has recently been causing
a sens-ation in Italy and London,
where his exxceptional interpreta
tions of Bach, Beethoven, Chopin
and Mendelssohn have won the
highest praises from critics.
TEMPLARS ELECT
STATE OFFICERS
Tlie annual Masouie session in
Spokane ended yesterday after
noon with the election of the fol
lowing officer* of the grand com
tnandery, Knights Templar:
David B. Schilling of Tacoma,
grand commander.
R 0. Nicholson of Bellingham,
deputy grand commander.
John H. Shaw of Spokane, grand
generalissimo.
1. O. Schwartz of Vancouver,
grand captain general.
J. M. Campbell of Tacoma, grand
Senior warder.
Charles IC. Coon of Port Town
send, grand junior warder.
H. W. Tyler of Olympia. grand
treasurer.
Yancey C. Blalock of Walla Wal
ia. grand recorder.
Henry I. Keunan of Spokane,
grand standard hearer.
C. H. Hoska of Spokane, ijrand
standard hearer.
C. 0. Smythe of Everett, grand
warder.
H 1- Baser of Seattle, sentinel.
CASTORIA
For Infanta and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the
Signature
of <
The Spokane Preaa delivered to
your house for 25 c a month. Tele. |
phone Main 375.
THE SPOKANE.
There was "music in the air" at
the Spokane tjieater last night
when the Royal Hawaiian band
gave its second performance be
fore a critical Spokane audience.
The usual up-to-date selections and
Kanaka music charmed the ear.
The hand Is really a praiseworthy
organization and on a par with like
organizations of our own country.
NAT GOODWIN.
One of the foremost comedians
of the American stage. Nat Good
win, will he seen at the Spokane
theater Monday and Tuesday night,
the first night In "The Genius" a
play written particularly for his
"stylo" and the second night In
"When We Were Twenty One."
The "Genius" is said to have a run
ning comedy particularly suited to
the Goodwin personality.
Base Ball
at
Natatorium Park
Sunday, June 17
CITY LEAGUE
Two Games for One Admission
S. A. A. C. vs. Northern Pacific
Warwicks vs. Jones A Dillingham
Game Called at 2 P. M.
Admission 25c. Grandstand Free.
SPOKANE THEATER
JOS. PETRICH, Mgr.
SPOKANE'S LEADING THEATER
Monday and Tuesday
June 25 426
Event of the Season
MAT. C. 000DWIN
And His Company of Players
MONDAY EVENING
**IHE GtNIUS"
TUESDAY EVENING
WHEN WE WERE TWENTY-ONE
Prices—s2.oo to 25c. Seats sell
ing Saturday 10 a. m.
WASHINGTON THEATER
John F. Cordray, Manager.
Spokane's High Class Vaudeville
Matinees ally, 2:30.
Evening, 7:30 and 9.
Extra Strong
Novelty Acts
This Week
Admission, lower floor, 25c; bal
cony, 10; matinees, lac to any
part of the house. Children, 10c
COLUMBIA THEATER
JOHN F. CORDRAT. Manager.
Spokane's safest and most beau
tiful theater,
The Byron Douglas Co.
of New York, Every Night This
Week. Saturday Matinee.
Jim the Penman
j Prices—2oc. 30c and 50c; special
orchestra seats, 75c; matinee, 25c
to any part of the house; reserved
seats on sale daily from 10 a. m. lo
10 p. m. Phone 311.
THE AUDITORIUM
H C Hayward. Mgr. Tel at 1111
Jessie Shirley Co.
Tonight and All Week With Saturday
Matinee, presenting;
Prices—i.ower noor. ISo and 4So]
Balcony, Jio; matinee. ISo and ISo.
NEW BIG QUEEN RINK
SlO Stevens St., Cor. First
Skating starts June 18, every
afternoon and evening excepting
Sunday during the summer season.
Positively the coolest and most gi
gantic city skating rink In the In
land Empire.
Admission 10a,
APVEItTBKMIIfrS
A. BLUSSON will press rour salt
for 50c. Call up 2046. 3 Lincoln.
SPOKANE School of Telegraphy.
322-323 Mohawk building. We nt
you fully and guarantee position on
completion of our full course. Call
or write for particulars. R. H.
Glennon, manager.
Ladle* play bllttartfa sad pool
.▼cry day and cvanlns St Pflatar
billiard parlor. •••
PLUMBING.
Sarglnson Plumbing Co., Tel. 111.
222 Bernard, between Main and
Front •••
FOR RENT—S room house; sink
and toilet; cheap. 307 Sinto Aye.
Phone 3883. $15. —27
TOM lIU.
Nice corner Cot end inside lot oa
Eleventh avenue. Cannon HUL
$1050 for both, or will sell sepa
rately. One-fourth cash. Orajr *
McCune Co., First and Wall streets.
Phone 320. •••
A few mors lots left on oar line,
good soil. Good view. Near to
school; $150 and $200 each—slo
down and $5 a montL. Northers
Investment company $30 R'verslde
avenue. Phone 1232.
OAWK OFF OXOTKXFa.
Positively highest prices paid fot
cast oil clothing. mil Stevens, ML
171 L
rvn Dium
Standard Fuel * 100 Co, B4M
Front TeL its. Carbondale, Book
Springs and Summit eoai. Martin
Dolan, manager.
dteiho &n> cuuraia woiu
Parisian Dyeing * Cleaning Works
and Dress Pleating Factory, L, A.
Leal)mann. proprietor, has moved to
605 First avenua, near Howard.
Phone HIT. No solicitor*.
FAOXFXO TMAMUnm 00.
Freight, furniture,, baggage and
parcel delivery. Tel Its. JlO-e
xxoauusxozxxc*,
Cha.les Staler, ait faoUlc avenue.
South of N. P. depot lIS-1S
ixcoas gjuTD aooof,
Highest pries paid tor aooond head
furniture. TeL ML SOS. 114 River- .
sHe. ••>•
BAjrXXBT3.
tl op«oa a charting aooonnt T>e
Peoples Bank, lis MUL Long hours.
JAS. F. STACft
BICYCLES
REPAIRING AND SUPPLIES.
Princeton Bicycles $25.00.
10 Riverside Avenue
PHONE 810.
INLAND PRIDE
Queen of All Bottled Beer*
Only $3.50 Per Csse.
2 Dozen Quarts or 3 Dozen Pints.
75c for Empties.
Telephone Main 265.
Inland Brewing A Malting Co.
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Spokane, Washington
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