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POLITICS ON THE WEST SIDE-SEE THE PRESS TOMORROW
FOR SPOKANE AND
WHEN MOVING
don't forget to give carrier
your new address or tele
phone The Spokane Press,
Main 379.
ONE CENT IN CITY. ON TRAINS, FIVE CENTS.
MURDER SUSPECT FOUND ON BOARD SHIP
TROOPS
" AHACKED
IN OHIO
Regiments of Militia Sent
to Handle Big
Strike.
(By United Press.)
HAMILTON', Ohio, July
•isß.—A troops train carrying
Company V\ Third Ohio in
fantry to Columbus, to be
held in readiness for strike
*dlll \", \\iis attacked today by
sympathizers of the Grand
Trunk strikers. A shower of
iron bolls foil upon tho cart"
and many windows were
broken. It was officially re
ported that none of the sol
diers were struck by the
missile.
(By United Press.)
DETROIT, July 28.- Four
companies of the First regi
ment, Michigan National
Guard, were dispatched to
Durand today, where the
strike situation on the Michi
gan branch of the (jjrand
Trunk Pacific railroad is
acute.
A battalion of infantry
Silt CHAR. H, HAYS,
President of the Grand Trunk
Railway.
f,rom Grand Rapids blbo is en
route to Durand. The troops
are under command of Major
John S. Bersey.
Durand is one of the cen
tral points on the Michigan
division of the Grand Trunk
system.
IS CRIPPEN FALLING
, INTO LAW'S HANDS?
(By United Press Leased Wire)
FATHER POINT. Quebec, July
28.-chief Constable McCar and
Inspector Denis of the pi . ncial
police, arrived here today to assist
Inspector Dow of Scotland Yard in
arresting Dr. 11. It. Crippen, the
American dentist, whom the Lon
don police charge with murdering
ills wife in London, and Mile.
Leneve, who is said to be with
Crippen on hoard tu>' steamer
Montrose.
Scotland Yard today cabled
minute description! of the couple,
It. is believed, will make it
Tor Crippen and the wo
man to escape recognition if they
try to land.
WHA T WILL SPOKANE DO TO CHEER 2000 HOMELESS GIRLS?
BY PARA DALTON.
HERE are over 2000 home
less girls in the city of
Spokane.
They are not exactly homeless in
one sense of the word, for many
of them are bright, ambitious
girls who by their own -ffort are
•aiming salaries* which «t Itast
Our Pretty Girl No. 2;
Bathine in Liberty Lake
She comes from all corner! of this good old city of Spokane, this
Liberty lake Kill. In fact. Liberty lake plays the part of a melting pot.
It takes Ihe golden girl, the blue sleel girl, gunmetai girl and even tho
lew poor leaden girls, and. for the time, turns them all into an aver
age silver girl, with shining, happy eyes and ;i ringing laugh. Bathing
sails are wonderful levelers of glrle within them; they convert the
howling swell and the saleslady into genuine girls. Our Liberty lake
girl is the chief attraction at the pretty resort.
NEW YORK.—While the passen
gers of the burning steamer Mo
mus were transferred to the Comus
the female passengers, as well as
the men, kept their wits, and Cap
tain Maso said that a record-break
ing transfer was effected. He said:
"All the women had on those wide
hats, and they were laughing over
j the way the hats crowded the small
! boats. We could hear them gig
gling long after they left the side
of the Momus."
Kindness makes more true
friends than money.
BELL INGHAM. —Divorce will be
more difficult. Seven superior
court judges, assembled here, have
made new rules, which provide that
divorce cases must be filed at least
30 days before trial, and that f?i
default cases papers shall be
served on county attorney at least
20 days before trial.
SEATTLE, —The 90th body to be
recovered from the Wellington
wreck, occurring last March, was
found In the wreckage yesterday.
It is believed to be that of Angus
McDonald, a brnkeiimn.
"How many ribs have you?" ask
ed the teacher.
"I don't know, ma'am," giggled
Sallie. "I'm so awfully thick that
I could never count them."
Nine marriage licenses were is
sued yesterday.
OTTAWA, Canada —Ear) Grey,
governor general of Canada, has
will afford them a place to room
and board. They have a place to
stay, but are deprived of the privi
leges and pleasures of home life.
Many of them can only afford a
email room and have no place to
entertain their friends, except in
their ocdroom
There isn't ooe private home out
The Press receives the full leased
wire report of the United Press.
left for a 600-mile canoe trip down
the Hayes river.
"THEN IT HAPPENED"
(Our Daily Discontinued story.)
Roosie Teddyfell had penetrated
the Innermost depths of the dark
continent, and hail written his mas
terpiece "Discovering the Heart of
Africa Without the Aid of Gum<
drops." After walking for miles
along a forest stream in search of
n ford, he at last discovered to his
jo\ a log spanning the river.
He gave a great cry of delight,
and got half way across the natural
bridge.
Even explorers sometimes fall to
perceive the difference between
logs and hungry crocodils.
(The Bntf.)
(if 20 that will allow the roomers
the use of their private parlor
They do not care to admit the
girls, to theld family circle and they
vJA not occasionally sacrifice the
Jtrlor for a few evenings that the
girls might receive gentleman call
ers.
lt\ a oanvaai of the looming
THE PEOPLES PAPER
SPOKANE, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1910.
DRAMATIC POLITICAL
SITUATION IN STATE
Citizens of the state of Washington have a chance to
win the applause of the nation. And it looks very much
as though the plaudits are to ring forth.
This state is now the storm center of "insurgency."
Throughout the land today independently thinking citi
zens—men in the ditches and men at the desks—are now
or soon will be watching eagerly for news of the fight be
tween the progressives and the reactionaries in this state.
Spokane and most sections of the Inland Empire are
not as yet aroused to the situation. One big cause of this
is that they endorsed insurgency two years ago when they
elected Miles Poindexter to congress, and now they have
again made up their minds, and have decided to send him
to the senate.
But Seattle, Tacoma, and the entire west aide is aflame
with politics. It's in the very air. Standpat and insurgent
banners flaunt defiance in the streets, and standpat and
insurgent oratory is heard on every side.
The situation on the west side is intensely interesting;
it is more than that—it is dramatic. The editor of The
Press spent yesterday in Seattle and Tacoma, and tomor
row he is going to tell the people of Spokane about Poin
dexter, and Burke, and Wilson, about their armies of fol
lowers, and about the struggles going on across the beauti
ful Cascades.
Here's just one tip for today: It looks bully for Poin
dexter!
TEDDY WON'T
COMMENT ON
OHIO DOINGS
(By United Press Leased Wire)
OYSTER HAY. X. Y„ July 28.—'
When Colonel Roosevelt perused
the republican platform adopted by
the convention in Ohio his only
comment was a muttered, "Indeed,
indeed."
After finishing the reading he re
marked: "1 have nothing to say
now, but probably will let you know
my views in a few days."
Major Kdgard Mearns and Ed*
mund Heller of California, both of
whom accompanied Roosevelt on
his African .tourney, were visitors at
Sagamore Hill today.
WHAT'S YOUR
OPINION OF
THIS MAN?
(By Unitecj_Press Leased Wire)
I VANCOUVBSI P. C, July 28.—
, Despondent because, after three
! weeks of married life, her husband
showed attention to other women,
| Mrs. A. W. Browne committed sul
fide in a downtown hotel last night,
shooting tutrself with a .38 caliber
revolver, She was only 19, and
I was declared to be one of the prct
j tiest girls in New Westminster,
j where she was a telegraph operator.
The police are searching for
Browne in order that he may at
tend the Inquest.-
BOUGHT OLD CLAIM;
POUND $168 NUGGET
(United Press Leased Wire)
ELLKNSIU'RG, Wash.," July
28. -John Robinson, purchas
ing an old claim in the Swank
mining district, near here,
found on It an $lt>S nugget, ac
cording to news received here
today. The nugget was found
In an unworked section and
Robinson also uucovered a
good pay streak.
houses and hotels I tlnd that it is
an exception where one parlor is
not maintained 'or the general use
Of the patrons of the house. This
sort of parlor does not, however,
afford a place where a girl can en
tertain with any degree of exdu
ilvencsß,
One of the fsans business
"CRIPPEN
ABOARD'-
WIRELESS
Man Thought to Be Guilty of
London Murder Is Near
ing Montreal.
;' WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY LO
CATED THIS MAN WHILE IN
MIDOCEAN.
(By United Press.)
MONTREAL, July 28.—A
wireless dispatch to the Mon
treal Star from the steamer
Montrose says that Dr. Haw
ley H. Crippen, wanted by
Scotland Yard for the mur
der of his wife, in London, is
aboard the vessel.
1 The dispatch read: "Dr.
Hawley H. Crippen on
board."
women of the city made the re
mark to mi the other day, "I don't
know What 'he folks in my town
would say if they Knew I saw my
gentlemen friends in Bty bedroom,
but there isn't any parlor afford
ed at the hople Where I live and
all the gills do it " This is the ex
porlence of ants one of the men]
Special illustrated news service of
The Press is the best in the city
if You 9 re a Spinster in Reno
Make Haste to Announce It
RENO, Nevada. July 28—If you
are a woman of youth and beauty
and want to live a quiet, peaceful
life in the champion divorce city
of the country it may be necessary
to advertise the fact that you are
Unmarried In order to settle all
doubts as to your real reasons for
residing in said city.
At least this is the experience
AGAIN A MISTAKE IN
MEDICINE COSTS LIFE
Woman Dies After Drinking Wrong Medicine—Husband
111 With Ptomaine Poisoning.
Mrs. Jennie H, Thoroughman,
age 4ti, Ktio4 Hoffman avenue, wife
of the pastor of the Kenwood Meth
odist church South. seized the
wrong bottle of medicine, which
contained laudanum in an effort
to allay a sudden indisposition, and
the mistake cost her life.
Mrs. Thorotuthman, with the aid
of her husband, got out the usual
family washing yesterday and the
husband went down town. On re
turning home late in the afternoon
he found his wife alarmingly ill
and sinking rapidly. She told of
the mistake in medicine bottles.
DEBS NOT
VERY ILL
(By United Press Leased Wire)
ROCHESTER. Minn.. July 2S.—
An operation was performed on Eu
gene V. Delis, former candidate for
president on the socialist ticket, by
Dr. S. Mayo at the Mayo sanitar
ium today. Tho nature of the ill
ness has not been given out. It is
*aid at the hospital that the illness
is not serious and that the opera
tion was a minor one. It is said
that Debs will he In bed not more
than three days,
WHEAT SOARS TO 90c
WALLA WALLA. July 27—New
wheat sold at BO cents a bushel
here today, establishing a new rec
ord for the opening of the wheat
market. William Struthers of
Eureka sold 11,000 bushels at 90
cents, netting him some $16,000.
• girls confronted with the sum,'
problem.
There are over 1000 clerks
employed in the dry goods
stores alone, there are 200
stenographers, 448 school
teachers, over 200 nurses, be
side a number of dressmakers,
| milliners, waitresses, etc.
EIGHTH YEAR, No. 248 25 CENTS A MONTH
MISS LESLIE CtJRTIS.
Miss Leslie Curtis, author and
playwright. She arrived in Reno
not long ago for a short stay. The
divorce lawyer specialists smacked
their lips and prepared to take ac
tion. The back yard fence gossip
had it that Miss Curtis was there
to get a divorce. Gossip spread to
Xew York and Miss Curtis tried
Continued on Page Two.
and the husband immediately sum
moned medical attendance, but it
was then too late. Death came at
."> p. m,
The family recently arrived in
Spokane and has had more than its
i share of affliction here. Ten days
' ago the husband was stricken with
ptomaine poisoning and for a time
was quite ill.
The body was taken in charge
by the Ha/.en Jaeger undertaking
company and Cononer Schlegel
summoned. This morning the re
mains were shipped to the old
i home at Pendleton. Ore., for burial.
EXPECT DEMOCRATS
TO NOMINATE
LIND
(By United Press Leased Wire)
MINNEAPOLIS, July 28.—The
! democratic state convention is ex
' pected to nominate John Lind for
governor, if Llnd will consent to
run. Lind has the solid backing of
the opponents of local option, and
they can easily control the conven
tion.
The kenyote speech of the con
vention was delivered by Con
gressman Hammond, who strongly
denounced the Aldrich Payne tariff
bill.
Births of six girls and four boys
wero recorded yesterday.
"Did Mrs. Parker praise the re
freshments at my perty?"
"She said you had some cake
that was home made and some
other cake that was delicious."
! . .The question is—How shall be
' solve the problem?
"The problem Is undoubtedly a
big one," said Miss Elsie Whiting,
secretary of the Young Woman's
, Christian association.
"The only pleasure a great many
Of the girls have is in the home,
I If that home means only four walls.
THE INLAND EMPIRE,
HOME EDITION
Weather —Fair tonight and
Friday. Max. temp., 86;
mm., 58.
BRYAN SAYS
FIGHT HAS
HELPED
Aided in Securing Declara*
tion on Initiative and
Referendum.
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
LINCOLN, Net)., July 28.—William,
J. Bryan today issued a formal*'
statement regarding the present*
status of the csunty option fight in
Nebraska.
"The failure of the democratic
state convention to endorse count's)'
option is disappointing," says>
Bryan. Still the fight has not been,
in vain. It has helped to secure a
declaration favoring the initiative
and referendum by both parties and)
no doubt such a necessary amend*
ment will be submitted to the next
legislature.
"We must now secure county op
tion delegates In every state as
sembly district. If the democratic
convention had endorsed county op»
tion it would have eliminated the
necessity of a state campaign, but,
even as It is, there Is no reason why
any vote for state officers except
that of governor should he influ.
enced by the candidate's attitude
on county option.
"I believe the democrats have tho
advantage In the discussion on nay
tional issues. Every legislative can
didate should be urged to support
the candidate for United States sen
ator receiving the largest vote, un
der the Oregon plan, thus eliminat
ing the option question in select
ing a senator. The democrats ought
to elect a senator. There Is no rea*
son to be discouraged and lose In
terest."
GUS SAYS TODAY:
Cops on our
,beat give us a
chase every time
they catch us
tossln' coins,
Oee! I wish I
could play bridge
whist! I'm ex
pectin' good
weather toinoiy
row. v
BAR ASSOCIATION CONVENES
BELLINGHAM. Wash.. July 28.—
The state bar association convened
here today for its first business ses
sion. This evening a smoker will
be given by the local attorneys. On
Saturday a big excursion and pienld
will be held among the San Juan
islands.
Once More!'"
Where's the Water
? ?
c c
One of the residents of the
north hill, In speaking of the
water conditions, today said:
"The north side Is short of
water again. We had none
from 8 until 9 Monday even
ing and yet at the time of the
shortage there was water in
the standplpe.
"We have a standplpe, but
what good is it to the people?
The water Is being forced to
Hollywood. The mayor knows
about where the water Is go
ing. *
"The residents are asking
the aid of The Press."
a bed and a wash stand It will
naturally darken her dlspuslUtil
and they will become discouraged.*
"Many of the girls can't afford
carfare, so, consequently, they
seek rooms In down town blocks
and hotels. They either have no
nurlors or the use of a public one
tContinued on page sis.)

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