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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 5 February 1901

I THE SEATTLL STAR icVBKt *►- lisa's KXCEPT SUNUAr •I'h.-ne Main 1060. • y Star FiiblUhlitf Co K. tiAr.Ahn tv*iZ»r". • • «att» »' r m«» > - ItuttnMl »!«»«• -i O«« e»nt i«"t f*TT: ••» !>•"<• r*» •»•* •*» t»»tit>«»» mm v»r i«i>Btl». <t«ltv»r»4 *» *<tll >r .•i.n. N,. rr*t r i''«a. 1107 Third -r^B^ Avenue im.i»i .1 tK« f««ta<n<« «i itMtti*. tv*m. tr««ai>. m ••«•"»•< ••!«•• matter. SUPPRESSION OF NEWS 111 THE INTEREST OF THE MINNEAPOLIS O>S TRUST The euppreeeion of ne»e In tn*lp th« BMtttC '".«!• * Klwtrle «*.. In It* Aliht «f,a,irißt the I'<T!'\ haa l»rrn the favorite fame «if both the "I*.-I." and th» Ttmrs. The tatmt ItuutitratUin la to !■■• found In the failure of the "T.-l." today to make (ha allihtMt i. r.-i m.-* to the t lt\ ■ anewer In 111 Injunc tion «•••'. flirt! »».»t>-r.u» In ttt.- f.--i --• rat f"ur! li Corporation OWBMI . Humphrey. Thl» an»wer. TIIK AS «*\vem or tiik n ■ >Pl • i» tu*a of oallent fraMit- of Interett to •very au...

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. — 5 February 1901

Trt!"PAT, meirt », tWI, LAST EDITION. fIdHIIId fOR WIND Rumor haa it that the "P.-l." U t^nterriplaunit * I* I**! pr>x-ee*tlH(» «R«ir»i th« t-v»u> Ct\ll S.-i >.. ■■ commi*atoner*. »• • r««iilt «r the tAtmiMnii of the 1 rv.imm.iiu>i!> ;>•■ ;hi<-f .t i-ll>f to >'!!;.•!!« I h»ii cap -1 .<!!■.» The t .mi. in'un wilt <>• mi,l. -that the charter riar.■>•■ pr«\iuin* tor ftUln* vaeanrtea ,by promotion, •where practicable." ,ha» been vio lated. The civil Mf«Ut> rommlwUin ««. wh«>n Informed of lhi« plan t<>- Jay by the >ur. igillcJ and expreaa r*l their wUlinir.n*j» t<» stand by th<-lr Ik t ion. , T. I' Hu«het Mild: "The wm. n>ia»loners orrtalnly wera within their power*. The rUtuw 'where practicable' la flaw enough to wi'i* the qiuwtlon. The mholn asltatlon l» a pine of factional p»Iltlr». and '• * euutinuation cf the \\t'«.r> num.-* wn«n»r»hlp fli.hU The 'l\;l.' t» •Im ply hit tine ay lh* niayur uv«r our brads." U. O. T. Zimm...

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. — 5 February 1901

« A MID WINTER SCENE IN SEATTLE. What stortoua, . n M . rnappinc weaihrr. It com»» undulating down from th* anowMiifipei) peafc* of v. Cuvadca. tv\\* o«r t»»r lawn »nd th*a fln«ta acroaa the Hound la th* piywplc*. wb*r« Jack Km». put* It through hi. mountain rtfrigvratora ami th*n putT» It hark thla way. It Hi weather th«« i. juvrimt that makra Iht nngTn'.llrfK" It r«<]d«n* the chrrk.iT on,l RMtaa th« *vt» brlthter. ', . „ I'«oi>|» "back r^*f. «ho Imairla* that tUI« >lty ■*- la an uinbr«l!» built ">ir It, I«-« M „j, fo,,^, r 4 t o ln«. dant, kni»w th« r«<t. In •t*ad of rain, rain, all ,t tb« tint* In wlntar. *• h«\» day* ami day« of » J<i*t tkti kind at »«»iit.r «» U r |.r!>, Iwlwl *>f |1.-»««>i»« around en foot is ia*.r«ln«torni*. Sad Qurtrr rMlna* Juft th« IMitf H»r» la on* of th*m. Instantaixoua^ pictured M ah« w«nt down H«t-«nJ avenu« ib • morning. SfeW i, A fair tJinil , l# of „ kaau run am I . *a> g«atU« Is all ii*ht, .v«n la »mt»r. in th« aumnvtr...

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. — 6 February 1901

• QIV CENTS A WEEK 5 UIA Phonn Main 1050 VOL. 2. >'O.""C08. MRS. NATION COMPELS TOPEKA TO GO "DRY" Ail Places Where Liquor Was Sold Have Put Up Their Shutters-Mobs Threaten the Proprietors-City Court Dismisses Case Against the Joint Smasher. TOrEK.V. Ka*, F«b. «.—Mrs. Na tlon raceveded In stlrrtnc up ths ■» -lie* yesterday. The Senate Joint. wfclch »>>• wracked at daybreak, w»a raided In tha afteriKMa. The pro l-r!«tor. Michael Wagner, Shep I.lt ■ * t'e a«d two aatl Nation guards were arr«ate4. Th» placa had b*en re , stocked and wm doing , a ruahlt-.< trade with the crowds that ram* la ■view th* wrack. Mrs. K*Uoa was In roan yester «mr on chars«a of -dliturbine the ipeac*** and "smashing a joint." r>> j lit* > Judo McUraw dismissed the , •rat charg*. though , Mm. Nation wanted a 'rial. H*artna* on th* ■•*• 1 eoJ c&»r k • vh **t for Thursday. ; Mr*. Nation waa released without btm4, She tmmedtatsly g%v* th* 'officials a scathing denunciation. Cat*/ of P«tte*...

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. — 6 February 1901

2 THE SEATTLE STAR KVK»X AmcnNUilN i.\. ; rt aUNDAY, Tbon* Mun MM • t Star Publishing Co B. IHfillP WKUJI ■ • • ■*»«•■ K. r. OIABM • • BimIMM M«n»«»f Oiw vmii p*r n>rr • ' I»«imi f» MM! .t '•. nth .«.-iH«I»J '•< •'•II or ..rnrr» N fr»« I 1107 Third «4B*> Avenue li-««.-n. •• I.l«l« m.tt.r. TROOPS! ; Governor Nash Will Fight the Pugilists in Ohio. m m _ _. ntl m COH'Mnt'B, «"».. Frb. «.~Oov*rnnr N»»h h«» • »!!<-■! v m.itinj for I >•,■■ today of th<« «t««r tm<*i'g«ncy boartl. li i. MUd thla „ for (h* purpo** of making provUton tat (h« • vi ■ n«. » »f tn-< >i » «h.MiM It Vi^eoro* rfct»i»»rjr to •top the c'lnilnnml tlitht. Art League Lecture. THr llfv. Mr BUi will Vr'ur' b«for«th« Art ijmgu* Ikihctniansihii rvrnlne at ih.-ir tow Jink* to I" held in th« parlora of ih- iutnl#r-ar«rul hotel. hl» »übj.-.t h»lnt tb» "I'M •ton V*> " which '-• »mii-«»-I l.i"t •ummtr dartnff hl» tour In Kur«>|xi». All '• n.lo of th* lr«gu» »r« cor dially invltfd to aUcnJ. ' ' MAN...

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. — 6 February 1901

«• - LAST EDITION. CAPTURED THE TOWN The New Owner of the Hcari of Skagway Toils of His Plans. J. TWrnarii Moor*>, whiW..' r«*f*n» *u!t In Waahlnston. T>. 0., «w»r«-»m h\* tawnxttt? clainw In SKaK«ay. hi« m»i r.-i| up »•> much commatlon In AN a»ka. Uln th* city. As a » -«.<it «t Xbf »ult. the •et-r«tiir>%of th* In terior 6*vp Mrxw* *0 acre» vt th«« tw*t part of tSk»jr«J»>". Th# |>«i»pl* of thai city. h«i»-»T«>r. w«r* allows! 30 days Id m«k«> *n .'i i• il In othtr v»..«'.», until Feb. T. John O. i*rlc* THEIR RENT WAS NOT PAID PROMPTLY. , "Wily Senec, a Western Unlosi ap- • era tor who haj> li*«ro #a4a« duty In I Havana ** a antdt.r boor. a>-n«» th«| abort rht<tt>xraph of »hit ta called! the ••booeyard,"- to a friend la th:' t ta now ia WashlagtOß :■ th- Inter- I r«t» at ■ th» S**irw«y -paopl*. - - Th.' new autl hUI i>« liruuarbl on '•*• Kfounda of frau4. • T»v 4* tall* o( thi* a I!*KTfl tr»ud arc n«'t given out. 'The story of th<%cmM». a» ...

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. — 6 February 1901

< SHE S A MARKED GIRL. •USIE ■OtSCNIITIII, SISTER OF JCNHIE, IS REFUSED WORK IN THE PATCRSOH MILLS. rv i i MOM N. !■* F»b. «.-'Th« •nurlil hH» marked urn. lam iMMMt UoMchl*ler*a aictor. and In alt the bis city of I'airrxrtu no one will Vive iit» a iHialtlon," U the rry of Hu*U h «•' hi lh« hfart-broHm ilitrr of th« inurdrrrd Kill "We nnn.'i c*t away from the 4t*iri < Wherever «* «<> »<• •«> marked." Inn'»--«ii>>' of any nlh.-r than n-la tii<n»hip t» th« unfortumU* mill Kid wht> w>«« alaln, tfunle «■! the main •upp«rt of the family Of nine until Chrtatma*, » h.n the »» .«i»«-h»i «*■■■« from the l*»t»r».in lllbbun V<>.'* mllU. Mn # Ihrn ah* ha- walkeJ tin ■tre«t« of the mill rllv until hrr f««t and hearl went tlre4 an-l h«'i>ri<^" to br«-akiit« "h«jr I'll tne I" come tomorrow —th» nut w«#k,'* eh* ■•!•» pitifully. ••Hind- when I «v there if that aarne •torjr *:«*>» 'We Ivave not enough BLACKMAIL - Cl«*«r Way the Conspira tor* Wore Caught....

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. — 7 February 1901

5 UIA hMM Main 1050 I VOL. 8. Ni>. :w». ERIE LIMITED TRAIN JUMPS THE TRACK Many Passengers Killed and Injured-Engine Buried Itself in a Hill-Three Cars Were Telescoped. orssnvh.ix. I*a.. r«b. t.~A ( frightful railroad accident occurred n«ar here thUl morning, resulting In !the death of five persona and th* In jury of ten .triers. < While th* Chicago limited on the (Erie railroad was running at a his ; rate of speed near the fair grounds. I a strap upon the rail Joint at a cunt r»vr way. The track spread I tinder the engine and the Iron mon- I alar, leaping sideways, itru a hill and almost buried its? In the •oft dirt. Almost by a' miracle th« en (inter and nr< man escaped death. The mall car followed the engine. waa telescoped, also the combination ear and one coach win*. .The scene that followed beggara description, j The fore* of the con eu»Mon threw all of the passenger* from their' *t». many ftjnnc over the heads" of other* and falling wounded In the debris. Kbouts. shr...

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. — 7 February 1901

*» «* THE SEATTLL STAR gVKMY AFTKnXOON RXCMT «UNl>At Thon* Main l■<:<>. 0* Star Publnhlnc Co K. IIitAHP «rilU ■ • • »'" ' * r. ct!A«a • . nunn>» mj- «.-' O»i» t«fil |>»r «>|iTi Ma *♦"•• r»' •**• «• B«il vr <im>ii X.< c>»» [i.|.|» 1107 lliird <$$$» Avenue ■n<*r»o «i to* !»»'.•♦•• «i ■••" . »•• tmheft. *• Meon4 .!••• mMH Too Much Trickary. Th» Mtnnrapoltf gat iru«i which It now Illegally operating In thl» city a bmni-h concern known M the 8*- Ad I* tin* A Kleetrle <V, l« attempt ing to blork the quo wurrsnlu pro» c-<*-1in«» In the lUt« court having, •» it h<H>t>«. put itstir in • «ir<>mr at titude to pu*h it* Injunction ra»* a*aln*i th« city In i:i» r.-.1-rjl court. In furthimnc* of thl* Ml sum*, Ju-Igr Bark*, who put thrvugh cnun ell by ■trlfht of li.'i' m ' «!th»ut Ktn>»lr<lj«r of the corporation i-oun ••I an ordinance which hr though! hr roulil MM < • ••fully attatlf in the frderal c<urt. waited until th« tlmj ...

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. — 7 February 1901

fmj*»D*T.>EwivTAJv::. \m. SIR. BERTHA HEARD FROM S^e Arrived st Comov T*tit Morning —Terrific Weather. COMOX, Vtncom er I*!i\iul, rch 7. ~Th« »t«an>«r l(i«»vh«. of tlio AlasX * I'.iniim r. al 00., C«pt, .Km in-, n. to lons »v.i,hi.;, arrived here «ar!y th!t morrtlnc- "The ivaMotigrra re r«rt having rticfpfitcrpd tPTrlfle j;»!i'*. and ih.- i .il.|.-«t m ,>t(jn ever known on the cvaitt of Alanka. Tti« «t»ather wii an rtnikh frvnt tb* 1 ."■•'■ lo Uth or January, that Ihr v. ■% \ wan c*imp»llfd ta anchor at Swan port, whic-h ta tht UnitctJ State* nill ttary p«iat on the Copper rtver. From Swan|H>rt the Hvrtha aallcd for Orf.i on Jan. S3, and l«ft therf for lllamna bar. havtns p«a*rKftrni for that port. After thla ahe'*atf«<J for thr v. •:• ■ i archlp*!a£n, or Katmttl. .')■. ;- . *»mu-t» on tin- 1m!..: -a tinmir have scant m-v.«, fron\ Nnisiv «• lat* as the middle of IVrembcr They report pJentr cf provieion* tbcre, no uniuual sn-kn.-.M or auffcr- Inc. but in;- '!»-'> v....

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. — 7 February 1901

1 A ROYAL WEDDING Golden Fetters Fasten Wilhelmina and the Duke. THE HAUCC Feb. T.—Th* Dutch «-aplur<*t Holland today tor • moral i.-tt»!n> Frvm mlut to P**a ant, everybody <ru b*r» to wltn**» th* ».-«!.:!n* crrfn&nlM of AVllh»l --mlnA tri.i Duke Henry. The pcvyl* w»r* ftaMN In th«lr «»yrii color*, with badgr* "' orange ribbon. Th* crowds '•rnnird th* «tr«*t r»|«',r. 1 until li i«pi« Ito bunt. Th* rout* <<f th* « r.)llni{ i art »■ WtWMtl th* I *!.vr wnd the church wa* market by art'hri of white «n.l WtMi •»•« Mi iii-* work f.Kt.Hin<-i wtth ..rr«l». j The hou»?» an 1 *trwt» wtr* inaoth cN In decoration*. At U O'clock Mlsil»!-r of Ju»tl-- TITLED HUBBY FOR MISS ASTOR. Ooaslp la London baa It that Miv Pautln* Aftor. £an)rt)ttr. of Wl]> !t« Waldorf Aator, and th» dak* art toon to b* marrivd. «a<l that th» •■- Amirtean'* hl«-iM*t ambition h*« be«n rvarlMx! Th. «9ua> to 15. fairly rich, and has Ju.t ' r»tarn«4 to KagUad ttvtn th*! South AMew cam* i-»nd«a. , I...

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. — 8 February 1901

: civ £§sisjljk«. : I OIA Phone Main 1050 % I • **♦*■♦••••••••••••••••••• VOL. 2. No. 300. SUDDEN CHANGE OF FRONT BY MRS. CARRIE NATION She Prevents an Early Morning Raid in Topeka by Twenty Women Armed With Hatchets-Explains That the Lord Did Not Approve at That Time-Starts for Kansas City. TOPEKA. KU, »>b. I.—Mr*. C»r rt» Na«ton ha* flunk«l faff th* drat tlm* mmi 1* »h* b«can Joint amaahlns It had b*«n awratlr rlann«d that a hand of » ahould aalty forth at I o'clock thla ißurntns from D> Hurl. :••« • otDc« aad »iiMsh every jotot In town. Mai* fuarda war* to have N»n with them to prevent p«r*onal Injury. Armed with hatchet*, th. women wer« at th* r*i>.|rt\ <ua, and after an aerimonloua dlaousalcn, Mr. ACCUSERS OF WELCOX Will Row Nave) Chance at Him in Congrcts. WASmNOTON. D. C. Feb. I- The boos* committee on elections this morning began th* bearing at] charges of dee. p. Oear, of Honolulu, •gainst Robert Wihton. th* Hawaiian detexats. * CQngrostnan Robinson, Democrat, c...

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. — 8 February 1901

■j THE SEATTLE STAR t, 'L " ' "'■■ I'fix^r—r-«rr-^<i:-.K.-'gl--T^.rß MTEAT AITKnNtmN KXCKFT aV'NUAT. Tiion* m nil IMA. ■ v Star Pukllshlnf Co E. M*."\«l> WWJ.M . . . Mtt*r I P. CMACS - • DuatMM »'«•«.• Oi» o»«l p*r ««>|ir; Ml »»nta |»» • •••» <• <». .-.!> ■.",.» „r-» (»r ...-t'. .<rll«.i»4 • » t ■■•II cr r»rT*»r». K« ••• .■••;•>»• IIOZ IHird <S> Avenue • t i»« r mi* ■ " Ut'.M. a* ••"•■•« I <■!••• n «t!.r - ] Why ahould fh* rapltol r^raaln at , OlfmpUi? , It la ft «m;UI town, with nn |r.'>i«-n> ■»l with Inferior rail n»a«l faHlltlea. Notvudv g»*s th*r*. <\r<i t und«r mlmm of !.|!<l.iili» t>u»ln*«*. Th. 1 atate I aiitln«i »i« nhack*. mil the Thurston county oourthous*. whUh II I* prufi «. to j urvh.iw.-. 1-1 not In i"\ * "} *ult<Kl to «.«•< I tho w»nti« of thr ttatn «>-\ - • rnnji-m. It h»* »!•»» • b«-cn 'h« admitted |rlvi!,-j* .r woman M <h*nß<- h<*r intn.l. Mra. Otrrlv Natlun knowa wit* '«•.■• took advantage of It ...

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. — 8 February 1901

"" FRIDAY. FEnnfATXT « tWI. LAST EDITION. THE SEWER QUESTION health Officer Discusses the Second Ward Nuisance. Th* rltiiana of th* aaoond ward arr itrr*ii*luc to call a. inrrilntc at an **.rl) dat* for th* purpu** °' *'r> Ing thflr Krl«"vani"F» ct»n«"»rnmg th* »<•« i|«ratlaa, and to publicly Im pr»!i!t upon th* city council their nr*4a. a • Vr. McK«H-hnl», ih* ho«Hh ofn?»r. thla tnnrnlng mil that th*r* la no qurmion hut that thr a»»rra ahould I* imm»Jl»t«ly ronn*i-t*«l with thi a*uth lunn*l. "t>r*r a >*ar airo." *\ ! h». "I • *: * 1 th* attention of th» biwrd of h*alth ti> th» condition €>t affair* alnair th* R*nton rar lln* and It in turn. In a comrauntcVlon te the council. r*qu«atr<t thftt th* awn. • t— .-.vir.<-,-t.-vi and th* nula "Tht>r# U no qu*>»tlon hut thai th* damptnt of »*•*«• on prop«rty wfct'r* i •■■!- it • .1» and allowing it ».. i- ..'".•■ atmgnant Is a nulMinc*. TVli*r» !«"w«(t* I* wmptl^l Intn rua vine water It data not run bat a ahort...

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. — 8 February 1901

« WHOLE TOWN IN REVIVAL Even the Wheels of Municipal Government Are Locked at Hiawatha. Kan. I HIAtTATHA. Kan, Feb. B.—ThU town 1* In the throe* of * revival. th« Mkt of' which xt*m never i--r.«i.« we* in th« Went. i >fot only trade, but munlelptU btitlnrns. la complrt#ly i)y«<">l tot ml of attention. There ai-« IS rhiirx-hr* In Hiawatha, and. 10 «r» in this revival. Tho l,vijf.-.«t bulldlna* In tovta Is inad*qua,t« to hold th-- cruwit*. N'leht after night hunir».l» ar« Krouprd about it. unabl* to satn admlMlon. A eoupt* of week* ast> It M \vil - E<! Bouthtrner, »L'li to fain iiy «'. M. Alexander, a nt-nt.-r from ]nw*. rum. her* from t'hii nt > «:i.l •>r»n»d • r»vtv»J in th» Armory. >"toin a fair mi. ••• 1.-in. •• th* flrst two or thrw nlehta, th«» m«tlnei li*\e grown Into -:i-mrn<lou« »«ui tMuirtnam. Th* r«:irtoua fervor of the meet ings I* fornetbintr wond»rfui. Huml ne«» men wearing Usn« rtM badf^n •r* the- ushera, and In a few mln uii-i after the dnora...

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. — 9 February 1901

• UIA Phnnu Main 1050 I • • VOL. 8. N<>. 801. STARTLING FACTS BROUGHT TO LIGHT BY THE STAR CONCERNING TELEPHONE FRANCHISE DEALS IN COUNCIL. 1* th»r» a Job In ttit local t«Uphon» Ifht ." I« either of th« new compan ies • cr*»tur« of th# 9unt«t T*U pbon* Co.? Why »r» th* coubcll tn#n •» wrought up or*r th» rivalry? Th* r.»lio»ln« f«et» I»> throw •omt i'.icrit on th« caw; BTh» Pun»rt T*l»ph.<n* Co,'* MMtl In th* .t)un>-ll are alto th» 'j !-n !» of th* SJcGroartjr-BUnkncr Co, Th* Sunset Telephone Co. lobbied bitterly against and prevented the I .i... it <■ of the Hunt-See!#y f ran. M* • Mil It mad* no opposition what ever to th* MeOroarty-Blanknrr franchise bill. Tit* Bun«t Telephone Co. has com plained of »• -i>-r.i| objectionable fea ture* In it* own franchise. These objections are guarded against tn tbe McOroarty ordinance. The Hunavt Telephone Co*, from Ita San Kr»r Im-.i a«-a<la,uart*r*. wrote to Mr. Jacob Kurth. en<le«voring to <U»uad* him from allytn...

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. — 9 February 1901

h THE SEATTLE STAR THE SEATTLE STAR TlMine lam 10J0. • « Ss m klltnlng Co. B. inruii' wuta.a ■ • - Wit laV r CHAM . • Itutlnoi M«nn«»t Ot^ r»nt f«r r»^rr: •(■ c#nt« »-#r »••»• «f !>•».■•«■<>.•• •*«•• i»r momh. A«U»»t»vt t>» K»»ll c* tin r,, V.» rr»» <s<v<!r* M IHifd <-^g> Avenue , I" ■••rv !«l th» IliaOVai «l ».«lt • »•• ttMt.-n. •• t«n.| '|i» mat««r. Th» l"tar pr»*»nt!« ttntay a •np!»-«.. »||ina< of the rrmnrUMf artlona of a ■ Solid •**»■«•« In th* rity ev>ttm-lt Hlttch ha« lx-«-n .i-.ii.tu . a«tl >rln« a telcphoa* franchise deal vitally Mffectlnff th«> *»*lfam» of th people of UUa city. No Int<-1 iir< n' rttlten* ■ mho rttad th» evldrnoe prc#cnt*d can l.aye a rraavinabl* it.«ui-t but that Jugglery and tri.-k. r> of th* most . r«preh«>nst\-« kind. ha« »t««tn in pro gr«w and that the end la not yet. The Utatr hat *tart«>U In to show the irnirmiw! workln«« of th» f»ui. •*< td«phon« combine which now .ho'liia a wlanlnt in<l I...

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. — 9 February 1901

■ I THE LOCAL PLAYHOUSES. | -?4111 ■ 1111 mil *a•»» »v i a 111»i«i a tit iMti n i iv>; T!-» pa>t v '«k hat !■•.■'» it fair >-\ ■ th*»lil<Bl •■■'!• I'.lt'lv. «!• ', Ii- «i|. • » »tjrnilli'.ie iniTttiHloiu |»n»iliuMton». Afl«T R mntwlon of <larK nlKhl* at th» f»»«lll». "Th*l t'hrUtlan" w«a rrfwnttii with tinqii»»ttonnbi<> m»r(». »Th>-u»«ni1» of p<H>j\!* ;i-i.r,'.r,' and ,;,!•> i -'. a !lr«: r'..u>-> t!nmrlfal '■■■•: Th» •Xiyllrnt company »i>ull ha\« 1V.,-! wilh tn» fame r»."fpt:m, had thir* N-««n »*if» tht» number of pa>r« "A llviK'^and M B*tMT« M P'a>lnn at th» Uwnfl. hn» ofT*if.l ftmtur.-^ whlvh, cf thomiwlv**, h*v« ac>ounl cil f>T th« rr<»«p«T>»iii wrfk. Th» Thlni Avrnao ha» hn.l a aXy aorai'lnir mln»tr»»l shew, amt In con arqurnc*. pl«v»d t<< very flne busl nr.oa lk« »Mt!r« week. .ht» rroduolto* of "A llu« WAY W EM ACLERGYMAN'S OPINION \^ ' ■ /£&* tf tM EAST IS A PRESENTATION r OFMORALTRUTtt v ° B^^r/TTEiSiCHES ...

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. — 9 February 1901

mi •' QUEER PROCEEDINGS ON BIiRKMAPi'S PART Authentic report* *r# now to tha > ft.- i that Klehard Iturkman, *%• %Xtpu\y sh^rtfT. m\i at j>r.-». In tht •imploy of A. K. Uarilner, who opw- , «:c «.'.•■;■, tiv» agrnfy In l';>■■■'•■ 1 btork. Ham iwrlded to drop hla prow- , cutlon agalnut the 9«attl« t»mWn». ttt wIU I-.- rtn>«-mb«r«d that 1 .»'• Tura. afternoon Hurkman appeared I* Ju !,;<■ Cattn'a court with a complaint ; vh.irk'.s'.it Day» Argyl# and other pru priptora ct th» To>t«m gambllnK 'hotu*. with the .-rr. ••-• , of gambling. JuJjc* i*.-»".m '.•',,< iiurkman that >■■ • w-oulJ first rontutt ii ■■* ■ u'.imt At torney i'ult. n. Judgv Cmnn and I'ult.ai held « conrcntatlnn over th* ttltphenek with tha • • «uit th.tt tn a v»rjr f«w rntnutra >*ulton wrnl to O»nn'a court tn th» Mone»r t-;.'% k. ]*rM»nt In the office wan Juilg* inn. Hurkman and Attorney 3. T. Hon •M. Kuturi Immediattly i'« .. to 'make tnqulrlta aa to whtre the ld«a rf tha prcaecuMon of camMtra...

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. — 11 February 1901

niy CENTS A WEt X OIA Hi one Mail iOsu < >•♦••♦•••••>♦•' VOL. 2. no. .:oa. FURTHER REVELATIONS CONCERNING TELtPHONE FRANCHISE JUGGLERY BY THE SOLID SEVEN Th* expos* In Saturday* f!»r nf the Junltnt foot art- « of th* local telephone fight cr»*t*<l • decided Mnsatlon. NoNviy r«ad th* trtlcl* with keener lnt<>r*«t than did th« SOLID BKVKN In th« council. Tbe iiMiri,-llm#f, tttil tn>t I.Siah thr artlc'.i*. Th»v were smarting over It th!» niarr.trir. Rut none of th«ro war* inclined lo let bti temper carry Mm beyond th* ttmit* of prudenc*. • w * Mr. McOroarty ■ also waa rather dlecreft. When Interview*,! for th* -H.-I." he said that he dM not C4U-« to cngajr* In a ncwapai contro versy. It i* one of Mr. MeOroarty's pioaaaatrat trsJta that he do«a nut thirst tot a controversy of any kind. la the prevent fight Mr. >!o Grcarty is sot nearly so liv* ap parent.y mm hi* supporter* in coun* Cll»^^^^H^^^^S€|sa^SaaSMMSja^^|^|^^«^ •* ♦ • Mr. MeOroarty's Insinuation In th* PI...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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