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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 28 March 1899

4 TIED Hilt SECURELY Then They Collected a Ransom. EXfEßinrß OF i TACOM\ MV.\ •okfcart Mmiii to Maka a Fow Oollara Out of Him No OIWO Found TAt-OMA. March H.—The MMV of anx(h«r »cn»«iioniil huhlup »aa rrl»t<-vl l.i thr l«'lk«- Jr|t«rlui>-nl thU morning. Wilii«m \V»l»h. living n*ar Park lodge, «v held up List night and I ¥r.>f. Putford waa tn.t v ■n Incidental *uffervr. \v< lak re port* that when nearlng h»nw (Mil nun atopped him »lul proceeded In »<-*rvh hi* pocket*. 11* ho.I n» muiuy. and a* a.>..n a* th« robber* found thin out. (hry prajtM I'd tn tie him hand and foot, .>»>) said that hi* would tM held for ransom. . ..*.•,":. At**r '•■■'*:.-;..».. = W»n"'ti»d ' for aorae lime, be told th* men < > mi to the home of Prof. Pulfonl .ml «• t tit, the Kin far which ther acreod to rrlease him. The highwaymen went to taw bow** of I'u'r .td and waited until he »h>>«, I up. Ju*t •a h< w«a »r>ln« Into th» houa* ha «v told to g;iv» up HO. as his frien...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 29 March 1899

\ r ■■ I ■ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*. ><>«->♦«■» Twcnty.fWt t ,it« • Month t lit Wail *r C«rr .r X >♦♦»»♦'»♦»♦»♦♦»»» »♦»»* VOL. I NO. L'H. I PRIZE 11 mm Chinese Lottery Men In Trouble. TICKET JlfifiLlUJ In CHARGED ■ » a Whit* Man Who feftfl Ma Wea )i.»O0. ' inn •rill hr«r a Cblne*« lottery -ax- within, a (*». . „;*>■«, «.•: ; .Vi., .^ r '" Hiit.ljr.'i brother \VIII rlalm* that It* waa cheated out of V'»»> by th* ■ hjnaHnf of lottery ticket* a ■» ut#bla Oft* In a Joint on Washington »treel. Th* Chlsea* proprietor* keep a rcrord of all tk-k*t* MM, ail al MMa purchaii* la mad*, a duplicate la rurruri. ,i and plac»d In a book. Jiubbard'* numiwr. It I* elalm*4. won th* prtw of tlMd, but wb*n the nnm»rl*on ef tlctceta «.«• mutf. It ■**» found that the »roi« on hit tick*! did not match with the on* In th.- proprietor* bock. Chlnn Uuanc ami |..>iii» Kay, th* two Ctitnamen who art proprietor* i of th* cat, *«r« >rnir 1 yntcr- I day Mi ktMKM their book* to Chief It*»l far Inspection...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 29 March 1899

2 THE SEATTLE STAR E. B. WtLU I CO, i Palllrtm. Knrjr all*raun|l »r*t>t mui.Ut. • r. 11. »KUJ«. I K. r, <-HA»K. , U'|T..« I Ui>iM>i>li»i«i» *'«•• eem t»r rorri »l« nnii r«r werk, ri mmli n»i' reilla per mon<)l .IrUii-irl t>T . uriirtt. .!»•>• In *4v*U««. ho lr<* T.l.phon. Mlku IPO. llfflrM >«, HOT - • llilr.l \.n.ii. I «l th»|«»ti<r>r*!iPi>«iil».««>uli<v ten, >■ r.-.-tMpi 4 laaa matter. II ■• a som*« hat remarkable thing i that up to the present Urn* no .-fr<-<- - ; Iv* steps have Ivrrn taken lo build a (rail through th* heart of th* Olympic mountain district. An ef- : fort to raise fund* for the purpose I* •(•In twine made, but th* outcom* Is doubtful Th* Olympic* contain minerals In large quantities. v»t but Httle prospecting bat been done In the region. nwln« to th- difficult? of gaining access. The building of a j trail would throw th* country open to prospector*, and might result In great good to ftoallle, provt .'»■! that ,...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 29 March 1899

« VVllif/—. :- s is -;: The Seattle Star dial i* M . , — Evening Newspaper • ....Lit...,, all of Ik* News -- Worlfl l!> A Crisp, Condensed v Form, Adjpted to the needs of busy prople. The average man of «oniai: always likes to swittly scan the moving panorama of the plobe during the leisure half hour that follows the evening meal, and then turn attention to other mat ters. The publishers of the THE Star appreciate this fad and have modeled the paper so that Directness of Statement ... ••-•->; Will be I noticeable feature. An Interesting, breezy style of para graphing tinJs increasing favor in these i.iv*. as opposed to the old time fashion of ponJerous "write tips" and editorial utterances. THE STAR will have " All of lie Local A* well a* lav* Telegraphic News Don'tdoubt it foi minute. The paper will not .claim to be the best on earth with the "largest circula tion"—that Is, not yet awhHe.but the effort will be made to steadily Improve it. In the meanwhile please remember that...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 29 March 1899

•> iis of jILMAi\S The Subject of Gov. Brady's Address to the eimiriHCiL mh»;t\ ■frlculturjl Poi»lbllltl.» of th* Territory at Datarik*4 0» Prof. C0.,..0n. Th* monthly mwtlnc of th» Alaaka Orocraphli-at ■.xlrly hold la»! nTnlnK In IMynututh church. In < -un. il. hi with th« Km* County Tia.hir*' Inatltutr, waa «r" altrnil •■•l Th* proeram " -* a mnut In ti>r«.«tltic on*. •. mrn-.r It: i.i% .-; Ala»k*. ma I- an •■.■l'm, dfvnttnit m«*t of hla attrntlon la th* !■•■■!■'• «'f lh« Irrrilorj ll* • -ill.- i attrn- MM to thr fact that th# aalrnon ran n«rl*<»f Alacka »UU>loy thouaanda «f Chtnamrn Inatrad at th* natlv** of th* country. It* drplorrd th« fart. Inaamurh a* th* natlvr* are aor*!y In i.»*d -.f m*ana of » i-(--ti.nl. i-. Th* governor Mamcl th* Ur*«k ami Am*ri.-an nilaa|..ti,ti [i aom* *« trnt for thla "'.a" of affair*. .1". iar ln« that they had not prop*rly ntu ratt-l the Alaokanj to *ork tvhll* ai t. n tin* to th*lr (ptrttHal want*. It* thousht that th* mUalonarlr* a...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 30 March 1899

Twrnt it « Month \OI,. I NO. lift. HALT! HILT! m ckieii Then Fired a Warn- ing Shot. AMnnnhinnKMßKODnKi Cicitlnt Chat* •, Officer Oioirm ■.smiling la th* Capture al an it fatal. Tike atr**t had an «ielt«m*nt last evening that will not won be tor rotten. James guinn started It. Coming by Williams' <>•» iiutur store, on Kirn avenue, near Ptke, he ■aw a case of twelve 4oaea »tc* They «i'l'>'»rrl to be frrab. and Qulnn seised the box in hl» arms and >rt.-1 on up th* avenue on a trot, with Williams following behind. "Stop thief:" eri*4 the pursuer. *■»<!. you measly son of a sag* hen!" As th* chase swept up th* av*B'Ja hundreds of people caught the •« rltonifnt ami cam* speeding «l»no beblml. Then ls>ll<-vman Cameron: tightened hi* belt, telephoned down to hi* tower eitremltl** to get a move on tbvmarlvea, and »a* moil forging abaa 1 at full speed with a revolver In on* hand and red light gleaming from both his eyes. "Halt"' h* shouted, "Halt, or die!" Simultaneously...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 30 March 1899

a THE SEATTLE STAR c,g,yam j cc.. ruiirtii* - I»»»J «!lnnoiin BMMI lvii.l"" > « Vrtu IiTV. at »«. .• | Hi •■-■•• Muiinsa Cii ««n« !•♦! '•►•' •'• •■•«« I' «*•», :i Kith Null f*r BionUi ai-llTtr*«l \r ••til»t«, •!»•)» la M"r«nir *>• '"• f jatta "r"lw>HorlM> ''I I'»" IQ ■ Ifl'rma •>.< no? ■ • liiii.i \>»ini« --• i t.->fsl ■« thn |t-«ti'rtrf »l Seattle, « ••' Imk 'on si worn! ■»■!»>» matli * In spit* of tit* l.iv* romm.s ■MM which I*o bet n employed by the <><>>■»! iiinrnl 10 r<H>orl on Ih* merit* of the two in.>»<•«! routes for an lntt>r*oceanlc can*l, |II wul.l «r#m that the aiUhorrMe* M* as far from • decision aa ever l*n«. It m >t.ttM that a number of \'nH*.| flairs Senator* and represent* ;ioiv.i«» to miii the lalhmua to nee for themselves what hat h**n •ii-r --and what air the posalhllttlea for the futur*. If thr«<- MMIM an.l r ■prr«*nt»tt\r« wer« going at th» •j-r-'im* "f (M g..v*fnm*nt or at their own *»p*ns». thua e...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 30 March 1899

|MMiC - The Seattle Star Evening Newspaper i.-»'«i..ii.| all of lh« " - am *. »m News -- World liDWD TBK fiUllu Crisp, Condensed Form, Adapted to the needs tt busy people. The average man or wcrrurt always likes to swiftly scan the moving panorama of the globe during the leisure half hour that follows the evening meal, and then turn attention to other mat ters. The publishers of the THE Star appreciate this fact and have modeled the paper so that Directness of Statement Will be a noticeable feature. An interesting, breezy style of para graphing finds increasing favor in the?* days, as opposed to the old time fashion of ponderous "write* ups" and editorial utterances. THE Star will have All of the Local At well a* Ik* Telegraphic News Don't doubt It for one minute. The paper will not claim to be the best en earth with the "largest circula-1 tion"— that is, not yet awhile, but the effort will be made to steadily improve it. In the meanwhile please remember that news "tips" telephoned ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 30 March 1899

» LISDIARR DESTIIOVIll) Denny's Old Home Is Burned. —— mini teky sf.ußowisr.iri9 . . The •all<llß| Wit On* of the Oldest la S*«tt!«-Nr« C«med by Lama Fallin(. | The li.ium txlotislnt I.' ". 0 l'»» j , rv. «i Second avenue and X»n*cc* : • trecl. nil alntoat ilmtroy*.! by (Ire .if ? o'clock this DiornltK The flame* orlclttAttd In a room occu fir : i»» SKnlty Mmkoakl. an em ploye of the Trti-n »ho« company, -V: Mtnk^4kl had Just put hi 1*0 ; worlb p.* nc» furniture In !b* room and ... •• a r.:.n«:n« lamp. This lamp, white burninc> foil <> in* t!oor. sir. Mtinko»kt ran of the I>|». .• >.'llnv: Tire!"* Th» po !i' ♦:»»n mi th« beat iri»d t.i turn on an alarm from a box on front ■n—.'t. but It ■ ->via not work. A newaboy ! i hi to tike (tree! and an alarm >v | *iit In which called the department. The houae *v one of the ..i.i.it In Seattle, waa built of cedar, ami I »aa }.«►! for the «M " Mr* Kali* Palmer and children, who were among th» Inmatea, barely cecaped. The...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 31 March 1899

♦*«♦♦■}♦*♦♦♦«♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ? 1 nlv-titt C»«ti a Month ♦ * 11 Mill or Ctrtltr X !♦♦♦*»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦ \«>i.. 1 no. ;u>. CLOSING EXEItCISES fOf the King County Institute. liUlll.i;sanTlY.BE\MlTKl> R*solutl«n* Ragirdlaf >•"••! Hat tart WkKk War* Adopt.d •tth« ■••ting. The Km« I'.tunD Trarh»r»' Inatl- M I t arly thii aftrrn»oa. art. i a ttvc .!<>• araaton of unuaual Interest. This (ortnoon Hoy I", lint ton, iTmltlrnt ot th* Washington t'tnn hoC th* A.n.t „tl\ 11. > lUttl» -•hip association. a"ay* a ah«rt talk ■■ th>* plana of th* organisation. Harr Waicncr lectured on th* "H« f.'KiiiiUin of N'*w F«rc** In rt lum tlon." and hr wan followed by J. •\ll«-n smlih. of the I'nhirllt). oo "Munlrliul QmnMMi" lllaa Xl.u. i Klnnry a~av* two w*U rrn>!-rr-j ».i|..» thin morninc, and • vocal du*t br Kthel Ijawrvor* an 1 11. 11. Ji'hnmin «a« another musical rumkr Afl»r th* annnunivmriii that th* tv«rh»r* would m*r( in ih I city durlns U>* vacation n*xt fall th* MUUH* adjour...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 31 March 1899

a THE SEATTLE STAR - . J _ T w . •. v it iuu*e ;■ Enry klttrMM «fi|'l Hiimtplf. It'll.' WKUA I K. r. I'llWß, One r*«l |»-i r«rl I •'" <<""'« I*' «""»*. er t»»«ij.B\e irnu |*r numlh it«Mlvi»fil by lani.-iv *l»»r« in ad»«n<». P« INI r«pl«. ___^__- Talnpl' i l»« 180 nm.f n,. iin . - ~T"V>ilril >>• -"»•■ i nt*mt tiihi i»»l«ltl>-e«l K»«itl<-, w >i.inf l«». m% p»-r*'n*l^lp.i» mailer M » - I hum M\ I |.| •••• Intrnae Interest was exhibited <n th* w.ir department l i-i •vralSt In Hi.- • ■•»■. which came 'i ■■ ■■> the army at Malolo*, where Urn. M.i. \nlmr an.l hi* troop* are Ml i : to l>*n evolently Hating tlu' lacorrtc* \b\» KlUrlno., There waa eiwd rrai.>n I-; .!•. i' thankfutnena. A iii-.i.n> battle hail I" « n pr*dlcl*4 in which the- American troopa ''ill 1 doubtlru win a decuUve advantnge over ArulnaMo, but at th# c«>»t .if many live*. Aa II hapc* n.-.i. but *w fcx*htinHCmfHn*T »«» killed. It i« » (ignlflcant farl, tin. r. that th* country a...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 31 March 1899

Pacific Coast Steamship Company. fck^j. For San Francisco w'ui vf^ '"'l<l • nif.trt * «!■•- DfO^lJ* I B» n t atottnt* i>i •%%fjs\l Quern, Walla Walt*, Hi and t'mntllU leave s.Miiir" x a. m. via I'm i Town*cnd and Vlctorl.o, A 11. !l ,'. 10, IS, •:■>. :\ Aprtl 4, :>, l«, I>, si, 19, hUk] t, ana every mill day thero .lll,■!■ 1.'.1 M" San Francisco For Seattle 10 a. m.. vU Victoria and I'orl Towmend. March ». T, 11, 17, Si. April i. f. ii. m. it M, May l. and every mill day thereafttr, FOR ALASKA The il,'tsint pte.imahlpa «'i>ll»«p City, City gf Topeka and VI Xl leav« Oeattl* 9 a. in. March I. 1.. 11. is. r», ; 11. Aprtl I, in, 1... SO. ;:.. :«, May 5. and every fifth day thrreatttr, ►Vr further Information obtain folder. •• i:... company re*ervea tha rlKht to ih.i-.j:i-. . without prevtou* nolle*,! uti'.iiiii r«. Halting dotr, and hour* of «iili«s. ! J. p.-Tiiownninciß. I - . I'm.- • »,? e -f!uf.t,. Ckc«n Un. . allir. j f|"t..«n ticket olAce, II Klrat «V., Heatlte; t...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 31 March 1899

' "YOUR WORK mm In One Hour I Will Be Dead." tiii:im:uhi\mi mm. mi: ttrang* Stor| of * M|itt«r> On * iil»»r Cartina«U«R«vt*la<l •Jtujnti Ufa ■ |B^Ph^^^' av^^. .■- A II rni!il,«lr, mvi th* rhll«.1#l- I'hu l"ii.«». which li.T- ui>.<n It* bark a. MH anJ rny.t.ri ...» Iry • n.l. wrillrti In sjMH » Imi- n i< r.« with r«4 Ink, h.\» im.li.-i th- »»!• v- i« ury la thla city.. When in. .vi- uti-u of th* atnUtant L'nltrd si.i. « lr»«» --ur*r nil railed to the bill !u- Im m*ai»i»:> r*de«me4 tt to krep It as a relic. The l»|rn I read at follow*: **Th* U«t .>»■• I hay*. Take It, You took al! the r**t. and with It my •>>ul May It srnrrh your flnttrr* when i"v t- ii> h it. may what you buy • lib It damn you forev< r, Ood'a curve Ro With it tn >.'ii You gOl the last. 'I hope you are call** f<J. inurdere**." IW»ldf» ibea* «.t-U on the ba<k th* fotloarlog ttuH'rlptlan In the •cm- Ink appear* on the face: "H. K. m. to -■ K. r." On th* two *4f*» ..f the fare ar...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 1 April 1899

«><x ♦♦»»»♦♦»•♦>♦»»♦♦♦♦♦♦ J Twenty. Aye Cents a Month ? {Xi Mali »r Carrier 2 &♦♦♦ »♦»»»♦»»»»»♦♦♦♦)♦♦♦ VOL. I—NO. 31. Bid HAFT LMCIIED Interesting Event at West Seattle. • nts a sii.it m rurr lo.\k Will Carry 11,000 •list From Hood's Canal Dawn to Frisco- a Hug* Affair. The 'ila; cradle of the nnhrrlsnn raft wa» launched at Weal Seattle late yesterday afternoon at high tide. The raft Is mad* up of twelve sections, each of them being ■ feel In length. A* fast *• one aectlon , »M computed. It waa pushed off Into 'hr water, and when th* last section waa finished It was th* only portion resting 0.1 lb* land. Th* launching waa conducted without a hitch. " Th* cradle of the raft I* *tmpl> a ,- hvwje shell of timber i onatrwted somewhat In the ahapo of a cigar. It la CM feet lon* and M feet w.de Around th* aide i* a framework of timber which closely resembles that Of an ordinary building- In th* first ■ stage* of construction. If stand* log on level ground, the upright timb...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 1 April 1899

n — THE SEATTLE STAR LB.ttUUtCOsntlltttrt. Every . 'erancat sieepi Sunday, .. II 11 id. IK. F. (MASK, IHIOS | l.tlHli. MIMi.II One cent ssi eery t »i\ cent, per week, er tiniiii live cent* i.i month dsllvermt li i.liHa, *i*«). in asvauc* he tie. lilßts*, Telephone IPO, <intl... >.. HOt > • Third l.rim, lnreie.l at lbs poaterTlre st r—.rtir « asking, tint, sa -eeend-gtsas matter. - Japan ha- been t'-nv known ,is th* land of tea. flower., fans, quaint cos* turtles and pretty girls. Hut she Is going to be more famous yet. The people whose Finn Hundred used to discard chairs, entertain on bar* floor* and employ stats pi 'pi.- In stead of horse* a* beasts of ion Jen. are now taking to American domes* tic comforts and moving for electric roads. An American syndicate in Japan has applied for charters for electric road* ami la ready lo expend 140.000, --000 to carry out Us plans. It Is *af* to sajf last in no-euhcrivsible- way rould that amount of money be spent In that country.. T...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 1 April 1899

-c .■■v j ■; - '-.:. -: -- £V '■■ \ .'■_" , • **• -*s !*%wK The ■ 110 Seattle Star IS il Evening Newspaper » **l»J*lMg .11 of IS* lews •'■'•' WorlS IS A Crisp, Condensed Form, Adapted to the need* of busy people. The ; average man or vi, oman always likes to swiftly scan the moving panorama of the globe during the leisure half hour that follows the evening meal, ami then turn attention to other mat ters. The publishers of the I HI-. Star appreciate this fact and have modeled the paper so that Directness of Statement Will be a noticeable feature. An Interesting, breezy style of para graphing finds increasing favor in these days, as opposed to the old time fashion of ponderous '•write ups" and editorial utterances. THE STAR will have All of the Local S* well m. th* . Telegraphic News Don't doubt it for one minute. The paper will not claim to be the best on earth with the "Largest circula tion"— that is, not yet awhile, but the effort will be made to steadily improve it. In the meanwhi...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 1 April 1899

( i;\(Tii\(j \\mm Which Took Place a Leschi Park. LMslGElr rim ATTACKS BEir»S Kssssr Mihsnsy T*k*t * Hind and Hit • Narrow Clasp* With Hl* Ills. There was an -xi'illns «. en« at !.•■«. hi perk Just after noon today that mad* plenty St trouble fur lb* keeper, Mr J. IV. Uahoney. In fact. It was owing to good fortune rather than good management that he fili ally escaped without broken bone* and lacerated ...a The big puma gut loose In the park How II happened no en* will probably cv*r l-e ah.i to explain. The trie la a strong on*, and I* well put together, but 11 seems lhat Ih* <lo„i- must wcddrftfatly hate been left unfastened when the animal was fed hi* .morning, and after the at* tendxst departed th* turns ascer tained th* fact and lost no time in svslttr.g himself of'ta* opportuntly to rtgain hia freedom. •When hi* tawny majesty italkrd forth from his cage after dinner, ne body happened to he around and her* was a eiear Slid for opera tions. It so happen* that pumas hatr an Inhe...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 3 April 1899

r~-*- s^»-ii^g«iss'*trr-s*— -—e L I"«.«» ,v« Cull » Mints Hi at.', *. Cirrtit VOL. 1 no. till. MYRIADS OF WHITE FLAGS Flutter Over the Homes of the Discouraged Filipinos-Now Willing to Accept American Rule. EVERY INDICATION THAT REBELLION .IS NEAR ITS END Genera! Otis Cables the Pleasing Information to the War Department Today— Dewey Congratulates Otis on the Victories of the Army-Otis Sails for Home. MANILA. April S.-TTM country bet,--eii Mal.d'** and Manila, for a dlstat**;e,«f_eo*aH»J[w*et.*»s«*r-* rnJ'i-*, is dotted with whits flsts displayed by thousand* of Filipinos who have return*-,! to their home*. Fully let).ism persons deserted their homes during MarArthur'a march to Malolos. The majority of these are | returning The American officers consider this to be afa i a tilt sign, Indicating thai the Filipino* have bad mouth of th* struggle Hall's troop* htd a brush with Ftliplno* In San Mateo valley again today The enemy was dm. en bark. WASHINGTON. April S. — Th* r.ilt»w',ng ca...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 3 April 1899

2 THE SEATTLE STAR li, mv« a.r..>it*tet. tit * *fiers.H*a exeepl Bumliy. t. U. MRUS. 1 ft. r. fllAßt, i pit..* i iii tin** vUM.nga Due cent per copyi >l» .•ems !*"» w»*k, el t*enl»flv* cent, per meiilh ilctl.ered It isinet.. alsat- la a.li.itiie bo free roples. ~~T orsJ**- PlU* ISO __ noire* *ia Hot • • Third ....... Intend sill pn.ti>mr**t Seattle. Ws.hlllg lon. s. second-els*. tusH**. I'M''■•;. IVary evidently ha* a soft snap, Judging from the dis patches from Washington. Hi haSj for nearly nine yean been drawing! full pay from the government, while | engaged m private Arctic ejtplors* ;■ Hon*, and In writing higb I- ■ I ar- j tides tor magailnes and newspapers, j other naval Sea.-. have been obllg* I c.l to etlentl IS business on the high ; leas and cam their salaries, but l-cary. with a pull In th. Navy d*. partno-nt. has had no irksome r.m tine to endure. J As in.- net result of all efforts made by Peary In Co Arctic up '• Ihe present time, (*** know lhal Ihere sre ton...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 3 April 1899
Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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