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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 16 February 1901

a THE SEATTLE STAR | . t H| „ y-e. ...i. .*-.... i. ».'_■»--____.. 8 aa-t avutt AJrr«BKOOM SXCBI-T tUIMUII 'Phone Main ISSS. By Star Publishing Co. a ttASmr vraw-a - . • - «.in«*. a r, .11 AS* - • saese* >!•**•-• Ct»* rest »** ***» I *•* **et» ea* •*»** ** tweni,. *v. e*at* e*r meeth, l.tlver** Be rsi.il er earner*. No ere* ***!—» HO? mini <*§zl&> Avenue F*nt*e*e at m* r-e*t**te* at Saatti.. Wirt tin.-s is .area.! wait-. i » - mi BABY vt TNC 800. < _____ i Th* Rev. a* O. iru 1 M ef !••**- ] ton. la out with a t.n*attonal inter view, In which he plead* tor th* baby as aaalnat the dog. lie asserts .that "OUR WOMEN" are devoting theaiteivee to dog worship, to the exclusion *>f children, and that thtre are IS,****! dog* la Ro*ton and three lime that number In New York . made pete of by women. After j drawing a few awful word plc-taree ! he winrls up hie tirade with the ques tion: "la the child to reign in the ] American home, or the dog?" J What focita men can be whee...

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. — 16 February 1901

•AT. rBtBRT»ART IS IML WILL SEEK THE POLE I____ Complete. Espodltlon Doing Fitted Out In N. V. NEW 1 HK. Feb. It.—Evelyn R. Baldwin, who will soon aatl with a •polar .v. .._!'. .... .las to plant tho III* aa! Wfrtpe* further north thiui any other flag, arrived tn this city- OB I*l. American Hue 51a.,11,,1 New Yerk Ha aatst** treea th* contin ent, at-*** .'■* latest „.•<-,— ► In coin ertpg the market la Eskimo dogs. Ye*. 1 bay* the doge Raid's In said. "I have irwitre tar .1--g* now than d." ever been lakarii _atari en an Arctic expedltlet- And 1 Seats tell there tctay at a very sag* I pro! It." Pallwln has about 4JO <__«-. and It Siberian rannt-a. tie will carry tha largest tj-insport treia la the lit. ton of Arvtlc ... ail.-n By hi* control of tk* tnathet projected Ptii • and other rip. li'inii. w.e confronted * tib * niw <nr*l -ttltv. 11* pure ha-red all th* polar dog* tn «m' * and prices rar*ai|atly mse trncn lit to MS. Tk*y were hard to procure even at the high prtre. o...

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. — 16 February 1901

4?- LAST EDITION. It! Burke Building Had Narrow Escape This Afternoon. C, 11. Fart-ell, a lawyer In the Iturke build--*, cam* near being put out ot business this alt.moen. Th* electrlo igftl wire* In the fixture ..ended In th. middle of his aftlra -.»d end eheg out a Bam* which satiated th* turning la of a still alarm, to which shea-leal No. i re-j sp-nded. but was pot needed. Th* .aaltee ef the building and the tea ants, flooded everything In *lihl with water eatiaauleha-a Ike Bra. but not una: Sir. Far-**! s law lib : rary wa* satuieud and damaged l I the eaten, of IMP. VERY NEAT TRICK. ..Several nlakle-tn-the-alot machlae* stored at poll- . htn-atauartere war* broken lalo last night and rell*v*d •of , several 1 u:«r* In Batatas ami • quarter. Chief Meredith I* In*, ea• | | tig all tig The sajarte* question It atU! Before the city council. VICE CRUSADE. A crusade against vice in th* city • has begun. Th* initiative step wa* 'taken yesterday when W. 1- ■" *s : a repreaeatatlve .if ...

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. — 18 February 1901

eTee"«e*aaee»a***e»e«*a«e * 51A Phono Main 1050 " * ; trttttStttttSSttttttSßtt VOL. 2. NO. 808, MRS. NATION MAKES HER RIGGEST PLAY She Turns Topeka Upside Down, and Still the »Band Plays On. TOPEKA, Han.. Feb. It.-Mre. Nation did not r*_um* her r-atnon smashing tim morning as ah* had threatened to do. The reason attrib uted I* th* presence In Hi* front of the house where she Is stopping, of three mounted policemen The officer* took tip their atatl.ui last night __._ remained until this morning. 5101. Nation sal,', this morning that •future raid* would be more Jeatructlv* than any-yet mail*, and would toon t.ike place. "Another Stirring Sunday In Topehao T< .PRI-A. Kan.. Feb. It.—Mr*. C this city by putting ta a busy San-i ness. si.sj._e_ half a dosen coat!. bars that were stered away, and feroed aa entrance Into a cold stor age plant. Bh* rasa* arreeted four time*, taken to Jail in tbe patrol wagon, and released on bond turn tahed by a negro )olnU*t. If re- Nation beg.-. tb* day ...

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. — 18 February 1901

I THE SEATTLE STAR •*.'r__3-K_.;---t_-^-^,ai-UU-5-1-.T i. ..'ri. ,t**t*a_t 1-vr.HT Ae-t-tKNooy axcrcr-Tf BUND*t, *t*!i,*ne Main IMS. By Stir PuSlithing Co. t- ItARABri vru_t.a - • - a*..***, .tt, P. CIIASB « • n-aste«s tat aaa at Pt.» cent per e*t>V, .It cent. r*e we*e at li.entr.ne* cat* rer merit*. -tl!*r*r*4 *» c j lor carrier- M* nee *at<l>» !!o?lpifd^Ss?> Avenue *C-*»reJ st IN* *ee*te*ae. at «**ttt*. vraile tertcis, ss i**«*id-<<l*e. matlee. THE POWtB or MORGAN tvmpaml with J, rterpont Mor •pan, plain Amcrtc-an cltl_-***i. king* and emt**riir* are rsmalt potatoes and few |n a hill. At at we tlnJ J. Fter potit adding greater deeds to a ear. which cat-Bed Ik whnle fin-in rial world t.i gape In wonderment. To **t it naught a Carnegie It mere child's play for Wall •treet** great est trtiard, who, should hi. grasp In* enet-scv may, at S3 year* of age. con trol the tndu-trtes of the whole known world. iAt :>.' Morgan, a partner of An thi**ny J. Drexei. of Philade...

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. — 18 February 1901

""^-VxxnAT. FFami'AitT is, i»o:. FROM CLERK TO MILLIONAIRE. THE RAPID STRIDES TO WEALTH MADE BY CHAS. M. SCHWAB. WHO WILL PROBABLY BE HEAD OP THE BILLION-DOLLAR STEEL TRUST. FtTTSnt'rUl. Fa- Feb. 11. —Uy I from the milts came l**.|.t Wm. all.—From salt-miiui in a country It. J.n. . . ll th* time s-0.0.il ma i • •.,■• at ti a week to the presidency j ager of the work*. It* atuppvd In of ihe greatest strei manufacturing the atorwtobuy tonaeea and nutlced concern In the world, with a salary young Schwab. The latter soiled lh* «if 160.P00 a year, and about t*.t',<XXt,- upportunttv of acuauiti»»e« with (so In stocks ami bundt. Thli ts the Capt. Jonee, and the latter offered ii,.vr,l ,'( t'has. M. Schwab, who, ll htm a position. Schwab's ni.l It thought, will be th* head of the work for the Carnegie Co. was <lt IV •pew tl.*,o.o**>.edO steel trust being Ing stake* fur an engineering aorpe. fi.rr.ieil by J. Iterr*'*** Morgan, and t»lx monlhe later ho wat the chief el ethers And all...

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. — 18 February 1901

4 mfMm - i ■ STUDENTS TO BE HANGED Their KichßtJ Up One Ola- turbanca to* Many. CItACOW, OtUlcla, Feb, 11.—rtecent ' disturbance* among tbe atudeuts at Kteff university hay. resulted in the sentencing of teven studeiitt te be , publlol) hanged. j Pioneer Passes Away. J OolJtiulth, aged TS y*ar*. lied ' yesterday eftefnoon at Providence ' hospital. He hi well known in the • city and haa gvmcral merchandise i stores in Tacetna end l<a Conner. t •The fuberal was held from the fain. liy neat.erne. __• -tpruce *tr»*t, this ■tfter-cvon. Mr. Ouldsmtth has resid ed la -icatti* ror the past Hi yea**, i :He leav.. a widow, three ao»a an 1 I three daughters. ______ !l PROMISE A GOOD FIGHT , The J*.-round glove contctt to he ■fought between Ilea Tremble, of Cal- , fottiU. and Kmll ■_*•« of Tacuma, , Feb. 11. at Balls' I bids fair to be I, ana of th. best coatests ever seen i la* \lclnty of Seattle, - ,-hi-rk la the champion i-'.'-i-o-n-.l j, boxer In th. Northwest, havtnu | earned six victor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 19 February 1901

i civ SUX! * SSU : •* UIA nhono Main 1050 Z » , ; VOL. 2. NO. 305). KANSAS FARMERS FIGHT WITH LIQUOR SELLERS w* One Woman Is Instantly Killed aed Seven Men Are Wounded. LEAVENWORTH. Kts, Feb, I*.— j Forty armed farmers, acting as Na* Hon rrasadere. surrounded the Lock tier brother*' aj_ ■< at Millwood at 1, o'clock last t"._nt, propoaing I i notify the joint!.:* to clo-*. When the crusaders appeared, the jotntlata opened fir.- with Winvkeatere. The cruiadrr* fled, but relumed, an.l a pitched ______ followed. Fully 104 •beta w*re ,a. h.ag-ed. Mr* Roaa Hudson, a tUter of the Joint was klil.-J inatanlty, th* top of her head being: blown off. Both of the Lock air brother* wer* wound*,! a man named Webb and four other* were alee wounded, but not seriously. Later.—Th* farmers. Inspired by Mr*. Nation, determined to cloae the place. Th* 1..-, keen. were fore warned, an.) when the raider* tore* ed th* front door the Joint!*!* tired. Th* raider* let go a volley Into tb*' mil* group within...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 19 February 1901

I THE SEATTLE STAR 1888-Sll_B__-I. at i i.i A*rrgiiKr-*oN exchkt auNUAV. •riione Main iii*.". By Star Puaii.hlng Co. A IIABAeID WEU.e • . • T_*ll». C. r. -CIIAMN . . nualn**. Manai.r C** **1| *->» eeier. alt cuts r* f ***! et 11.1,11 fn cents i-r 8-SBtk .!«llv»l*J I" •tall er ..in. r. **>'• res* (..pie*. 1107 Iltird <^i> Avenue ■til**** si ttv. ***<"•''<*• »t Seat!!.. *•' "~ ttigton, *• .«•..«.! ,1... matter FUTURE MOVES IN THE CAM! Ther* are «■ i.-i.ii way* *,n which the Btin»et Telephone Co. may priV* reed t>> nee to *,|villll.i„,. Us new un limited franohlse, acqulrv-l through the favoritism of the (Solid eleven. If the Aiit.iir.iiii.- company B*_-t*e*-8 In establishing its ftnnclils* In lite r«iurta and then itevelo|i* s;tr; t. Nt strength tv seriously threaten oppos lllob. as seem* probable, the Huiis. t * HI probably rig up a third "oppo*|. , Clon company." with rlth. r Mr. Mi - ilrmvrtv or Mr, Jed ttlake a* general mar-v-.-r. and proceed to actively co...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 19 February 1901

•pi'rtetp rr.nni?AnT is. .ML LAST EDITION. FIRST HILL j IMPROVEMENT The City Council Contemplates a $150,000 Expenditure. Extensive etrvcl Improvements on the first hilt ere contemplated. At th* count'tl me-rllti, last night live, resolution* introduced by Mr, Jame* were <■_„-_ They declare tho In tention of the ciium;U to provide for the pavlitK of stretch** ahmg the *'.r». I.i resolution I* for lh* • use of brick, and the other for as phalt. The he-ring of th* rciolu t.tii-a waa *Mt for Stan h S\ when the relative desirability uf the two .pavements wtll atsu be discussed. The extent ef pßVeuncnt proposed .la as follower Terry avenue, from fprtng to Terrace; Horen avenue, from Mining to Terrace; Minor aye— nu*. from >pi mg tv ltru*Jw*>-; Trr. -».** *tre*t. froia Minor.to Ninth; Jefferson *ireel, from Ilroadway to "iNlnth; Jame. strict, from Jtlnor te - Ninth. Cherry strerl, from Summit to Ninth; Ci-umbtav .tr.et, from p'ummit to Ninth; Marlon atreet, from Minor to Ninth; M...

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. — 19 February 1901

4 OBSCENE PICTURES Prompt Action Taken by City Council to Investigate The tetter of A. Jf. Allen, secretary Of th* V. M. Ca A., conn'! lining of the pictures In certain ahoutlna grtl lerte* ,va Hecond avenue a* Immoral, wa* rest to th* city council la. urn* '„ cornpllanc* with It* r» t|U**! tot a special commute*) of In vestigation. Mr. I'.irv moved that th* police. Ilcen** and revrnu* com - iraitWe I* draignatctl tn p.-i f.u m this duty. On motion ef Mr. lltake th. council added Mr. Tarry tv the com niltte*. Big Cake Ovarii, VAMcouvr.li. 11 c. Feb. is.— Th- t**row*a Nest Coal ■ mp*ny will, during th* year, -spent It.&!*'.- MO In the construction nf cell* oven. and addition* to th* machinery. There i* * demand far tod ton* at coke * day In th* smelt' . section, a* th*r* I* a market far alt th* cuke that can a* supplied ONE STEP OF STEEL TRUST NEW raitS _>h. tl.-An* Im portant step ha* Wei. taken Inward the formation of a great steel com bination The control nf the Cleve land....

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. — 20 February 1901

• OiY CENTS A *EEK J UIA Phono Main 1050 '«. a _ A .ate»*,**,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Vol. 2. no. aio. GUILTY! Hamilton Is Con victed by Jury. •UIXNEAI-OUS, Feb. to—After being **-• line* I o'clock Monday ev im_», the jury In lh* raa* of Frank H.tn tun. accused of murdering Leonard Coy. returned a verdict al |:*_t this mm "log that the defendant was guilty of manslaughter In th* first dear**. Ther* was a r-coia ui.n.!..ti->n for merer. I'nder the findlnr. Hamilton a. B*B—Bl ■—***r •eni a* - I i- imprisonment from nve to 88 years. A motion was filed for a net* trl.il. The verdict waa a earn pie I* surprise ta Hamilton. After he had returned to his t.li, he refused to •**-, anyone I axr-ept .aa* Johnson, of Colorado, who has been devoted to hint tfcrouj.ht ut. History ot the Crime. Frank Hamilton, the convicted van. Is a direct descendant of >!*„ tn-lcr Hamilton, and the ton of -wealthy and Influential parents. He I* well '..;, ..ted and ha* travele*! extensively ii i:urttp# and all over...

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. — 20 February 1901

I THE SEATTLE STAR tvsseaxtsa^isaasaiaeejssaa^^iisssrxrss^ I--. *.-'.;•. *_»-rt-nKot.>M nxcr.r*T ■ ••■ v Thone Main 1050. '"•'ly Star Pm-llthing Co. tt. 111. inn TfSU-". - - _*».*. _. I*. CtIASB • - ■*__.'_... 84.11...' o*9 reel re* eerr; alt cants re* **'* ** IH"ety-a.« eeatt ear mema. _allv*r*4 *1 I .11 tr ..,...,. Ns ft -. .-. ri*. HO? Mir. <SS> Avenue .«-?,)•*■ at i- . - ....ti.-. at Seattle, Wast* Iv ai.',- as a sees J et.aa _a.tt*e. THE DEPOT QUESTION. * When the Northern raclfie rail road wanted to build a pa*>*rn_rer 'ilepot and freight sheds en the wa ter front about a year ago, the Star 1.-.l the fight against the propostttoa. both the *T.-I." and th- Times re- ( fusing, for several months, to utter a word against Mr. Mellcn's project. Th finally fell Into line, owing to the tremendous presssure of public opinion, *nd when the Northern leu cine's proposition came deflnltrly be fore the council. It met with the fate tt deserved. The people were sus picious of th...

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. — 20 February 1901

WKDNa---».Y FF,t.rtT*AnT tt, ISSt LAST EDITION. MISHAP TO A PHYSICIAN - i ? Dr. J. B. I*ough»ry, who resides at JU East Denny way. met with alt accident yesterday afternoon on Ihe .Tames street line. Tbe doctor us standing on th.> piatfurMt of the tar ** it waa ap |irt**chln, the James street, power lon*.'. Near the end of the road the tn-crtptlon "test go"' ts *t\ritteri no the track. As the car reaches this pWtc* the grtpman is auppused tit throw his lever and release his . , ..! lot the cable kill I ,i,i>>. the sj********—'' of ill No. SI yesterday, ran Into this plac* before he was gtrare of It. and the car came to a •adden and unexpected stop. Dr. taftushary was thro. violently for ward against , p.— His fat* was badly braised and his Mm* broken Thos. H. Payne Dead. Tho*. It Payne. aged '.. Ml last r.i.'-.i at bis rt-i.'.ni. «-, Hit Tenth avenue south. He ate* a widow and two son*. Mr. Payne *»•* a well know m*. chtnist and superintendent of th tnttstlation of several ...

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. — 20 February 1901

I INCREASE IN OUR EXPORTS Trade Is Corning This Way at a Rapid Rale. WASHINGTON. IT. C. Feb. _-.- Th* grv-nlng popularity of American pro-duct* In Ihnee pari* Of the surll in which all the manufacturing and exporting nations »i* making earn. rat endeavors to extend their trade, i* Illustrated by th* nsurv* of tht treasury bureau of slatl.tl.**. allow ing the exports in IK*) compared Bill*! I"-' Our exports to Europe Increased during that period from $*a__t*-o,_i*--J to Ual_,{Co.ooa, or _1 per cent.; to North America from is*.*.**,*., to Il»*.»9o.*xm. or los per cent.; to South America. fr*im |.*'.*»..t**.» to Ill.tsXV. Boa, or let* than 29 per cent: t.» Asia, from |*t_,oiX>,i>i» to f-ft*-**-**) or i*_ per cent.; to ckvanlca, from lII.ODO,- WW to |*o.*x .000. or I_l per cent, ami 10 Africa, from H.KKUXtO 10 |:"_.00d.000, ar 111 per cent. The United Klngit.im. which stood at the head of the list of consumers. In I****-, still maintain, that position. Franc*, which stood ihlr-d I...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 21 February 1901

; CIV CENTS A WEEK I ••P - - I__ ~*-*a--^_*-^-''-_r'*Xii--B_rx. *XJ--V-*-*-e*»*-* ***_**'-- *^r* X OIA Phone Main 1030 Z * ***aoooooooooooooo*o VOL. 8. NO. 311. A PRETTY GIRL ESCAPES ON ROPE OF BED SHEETS VAwMm 5* n •<-_-• ____§ x_r ■ ___/ _t_r_ f**y Vjg/ B ■ ___■ Ha B *& Sensation at University of Wash ington-Seniors and Juniors in a Thrilling Mix-Up. ...... A thrllHnir m*li-Kl-r__rna wa* cnact ad at th* I'im-i >• al \Vaahln_rton Tltaaila) liar.*l. uffi cant* Into play, fount men ware uv*r*pu« and hound. SwaraJl pretty _tlri« wen _-*____ In th*ir rtoßii, and one. **■ 4*aa___g by means of a the*t _>» from a third *i.-<. window, fell and j 8-ffrred a painful sprain All thl( mntltod from th* __■_-!.>ra attempt _■ ' (-r4_v.nl a .en banquet. Att-ther chapter la to ba *.M.«l when Quy| ttotx-risun. VI and I'.ul Harper, at, _ne«t In th* *.u»r*"l circle an 1 BttUe tha ar-U_>*nt -lib nature * waaputi*. '- Th* aaaiora had t-'sirt*-*! p*rn_t*- ' tlon in hold a meet in* In...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 21 February 1901

a THE SEATTLE STAR t^\*A*mrOtmtMttt&J*iatz3?iesrritx-1 ••*__*_! i . I M ABTI-.NC-o*. liXCKIT B*J**l**.*t . 'rbcm* Main 10W. By Star Publishing C*. ■at NAtARP WriZa. - • • -.«ii* t- r. *. i.A*-k • • Ihisißsa. Mm*.**, * a .ib. Or* **M ,-. eer-r: *lt rents *"** «**k <* i ». •, ■-„ „,,,!_, i^r manlh. aall*ir*t-il -V a til oe e*rei*r*, tit fre* e«i»i**, HO? I-Ird «'?2> Avenue lrn*«r»4 nt IM |H-»i,.*_i« st v- -.tt..-. w-it'B tPtftf-n. •• ■■fHS.m. t*tmWm *"."ir MUST MOURN, BUT am ClftO T*n m*n tn Kurope j mutt be niluhly li.nrsnm* al time*,'" The riar and Kroperor William have thrlr faull*. if n'lii-', for king* are only men In disguise; but this*, kin** am clean men.. Clothed wish alinoit abcolute power, they have *tr*twl ia* type* nf ttiorat ItttegTlly, which I* a good thing for the | snipl- Ihey nil-*-. They are pretty nearly «It-it. Th* known * -.ut t.ii of Kurope l<* simply j an Imle . to the groat end _*a fill imoit i that tslll never tie printed.' . The oth.-r day ivath...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 21 February 1901

Tiii'iisnAT, rr.nnrATtT «, left. QUIzSTIOr. Of RAISING IHE SALOON LICENSE Interviews With Liquor Dealers—Some Favor, but a Major ity Object to Increase—Tomorrow's Star but a Major ity Object to Increase - Tomorrow s Star Will Give the Opinions of Citizens Not in the Business. r ' The riurattcn, of raising saloon li- PI to 11.ft.) *?nrh. It- j »*■* i ' i. I* i" helr.g quietly disc ;**..! by a number " of the round Intel i. It Is hot it all •i Improbable that th* matter wtll soon *'f«iw up before the municipal law. 'maker* In some definite form, J, In order to get at the drift of pub. 'lie opinion upon th* subject th* rTtar i: sent out Itt reporter* yesterday ' among ail classes of clt!*an*. l „.Tbey will continue the work ot tncjulry to. day. so that an accurate summary i* of .'»ws can be presents-it. Today tht -pinions of saloon tnea given and tomorrow those, of ... f aa -ii aaaa Vjltien In «h*r i i. .nit* | -.-111 follow. 1.-i-iu iii_» i *a—in— advoeatva. " m The subject* la Oht Of...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 21 February 1901

a PEACE IN CANYONS "Teddy" Emerges From the Haunts of the Grizzlies. CHICAGO, Ktb. _1.--Tann*d to the color .-' a i"«>mni.ri.*h* In.lan, and uncommunicative aa to hi* hunting tils* In Colorado* Theodore Itooee* veil arrived hrr* • arty this morn* Ing anil dm**- al.'B* to the Auditor ium hotel. Tb* barber shop .nd a __*-l_*tor* ear led his time till _■_••_, wfc**_ h* dined at th* t'nloD League,. departing for To* *.-«•» at t o'clock. HARM «Wi. The transport part Albert, tram] Manila, has arrived at i"«>rt Towr i*ml, and alll i. ii li fWattle tat* this afternoon. The it.-sail will I** placed on the .try dork and r.-; at rut. and tn the meantime tha* r**ral!on will _** alth* drawn ternr-orat-tlr from th* AUika tun, and take h.r t'lace on th* Vlc turta line. TTt* Vulcan Iron works are _______-*■ r .tensile r*l'*irs nn lb* ilranl. Th« work nil th* ttu.h at li* naval eta* th»n la nearly comnl-t*d, and she a 111 b* In j nrt tn a il.iy ar Iwo, Ac th* it-home -„ pulling nut from the do...

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. — 22 February 1901

• OIV CENTS. A WEEK • a Vlf s>%*evv-*»-vv^-*-. * X 51A Phong Main 1050 t • a VOL. 2. NO. 312. TERRIBLE STEAMSHIP DISASTER OCCURS NEAR SAN FRANCISCO f-7__77i777- ■-■ •-. -, ' -*'c.'..:-: ■ *_■' ,7_7 ,r"', /^ - ■-." ■'■ _'-=--7-7. „ t .7- .7,;. — — The Pacific Mail Liner "Rio Janiero" Founders and From 75 to 100 Persons Lose Their Lives-Wild Scenes on the Doomed Ship- Captain Ward Reported to Have Committed Suicide. ■■---. BAN TIXXSCtSCO. Feb, 13.-Th.- I Pacific Mall earner Rio Janeiro, thre* days overdue from the Orient, struck a rock _•__ Mile point, just outside the entrance to Golden Gate harbor at IS thl* morning, and sank In SO minute*. There waa a den** fog. Some paaaengrrs landed cm the point and earn* at Meigs' wharf. Th* vessel carried **» cabin and IS st-erag* raascnger*. The crew numbered 111 men. The masta, i funnels and ventilators of the vea ad are above wales. The tug Monarch haa brought In mm Japan*** and on* Chln.**e. both dead, area the registered malt. Th" sacks...

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