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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 22 February 1901

fi SEAT.Lt STAR | v-VKn? Arri-nNooN kxckpt aUHUat. Thou* M' " INI By Stir "•u.llinlaf Co a. Ill** <.**!> wblx* - - * tit .* kin • • a_m_M* m.i >• O*. e»nt n»r enrr; Us -•. •*-»» a*** *♦ , lasatl <IB «*ati **r Bietittii. i.ll-r.t.4 *1 r»i ac e.n'.i. N. re** unlit 1? TUird i_a9**> Avenue ■ •ci ,i i-. ...- .-i.-« .1 ...if.. «'.••> • Iril.-n a* ,«vi-.|,U» man*. Once upon a time tl*.>r_->- will' hit Iltll* hatchet. ae-atlcl valuable cherry treea In ins father's on-hard . and '-** «me a general of the army, , ' Now Carrie goes about sttia.hing • fln* cherry-wood bars and th* bella ; of fame ring "ding-dong, ding- , ii..:*- i Is there *om* hldd.n virtue In I chertr-'*rood when pulverized by ' ha., 11. ta ' •>***w*.^.____»____»_ The fight -lit. ** »* pulled off this . ,_a_ratng between two studeuts of the •enter aad junior classes nt the uni versity, naa a rattling mill and was fonght to a finish In a -say that i would hay* excited the wondering admiration of hate...

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. — 22 February 1901

F«iP-T. wr-iKi .RT W, net LAST EDITION. " LATEST! The Reports of Disaster Growing Worse. ' HAS FRANCISCO. Feb. at— llvii* containing passenger* anil neer* "f the crew of the Hlo Jan eiro continue to arrive. The Ins* of lit. *ill probably be a hundred over " &__• of them being Chines**-. * til water at Mile Point la covered w,,h wrc-k-age, I. Italian -.hertnea have brought ashore I lie bodlca *t several Celea t Pilot Jordan waa picked up acvere ty Injured, clinging to i plank. apt Ward la m!8Bln#. Invtstlgatlona «how that only three boats uere eucce-tfully launched. On* ta !___■___-§ still. At : o'clock. c-i:.-.':"' persona aboard. I'M are Be , re-ante- for ia saved. ■ i -1. :■. i men report MM th* boilers __*.» up after the boat sank. Funeral af T. H. Bane. Funeral servtcee for Tho*. 11. tliine were held from Donney A !*>trwart'i f .. rii | triors at 1:7) o'clock this afternoon, under the Tusplcce of the I. tt a. V . then at Trinity Parish rhtm-h. corner ot eighth avenue, .- ...

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. — 22 February 1901

__TT 4 TESLA'S NEW INVENTION By Which Wa Can Signal Across tha Ocean. NEW YORK. Feb, Si.-The Pun Mnkes editorial announcement of an other Te*la Invention. It *«»*: "The Bun la authorised to slat* that the plan, for the machinery of wireless telegraphy to signal across the ... .Un have been completed am! a tile for th. plant selected by Nik ola Tvala. and that the project wilt Mt once be actively begun. It i- es timated that the tin.. required to perfect th* apparatus will b* about eight months. We have received In .ulrir* of late as to Mr. Train's place among Inventors, and as t.* hla ere ilentliits to fame. We don't know fully about the** thing*, bill we do know that It Is Te.U who has given to the world what Is, perhaps, th* I'w-et precious Invtntlon of the tltnei. the electrical transmission af pow er, and w* hay* seen th* letter In which l*r..f Slab*., of Uerlin. calls him 'the father of wlrelen* teleg raphy." "Will his -rorateou* vision, deicrlh. «h! above, be reallteilT We don...

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. — 23 February 1901

,******* *********o****AA J ftIV CENTS A WEEK • .MA •J|'cno Main 1050 *- • ** • *, # *tB»e*»»oo-.*«**-_*eoe*ici Vol.. 2. NO. 31 i. LATEST DETAILS OF THE WRECK OF RIO JANIERO The Captain Disobeyed lieved to Number 128. «Ak trx'sci^co, Fr_. ti—it i* '' -' r-tctrx-l'J certain that !-*» persons ■_a__B_B- i- lh* wreck nf th*? steam *:' ••„, Janeiro yesterday. The 1 ____■_* of li vtctlnui ll* 111 the IESS*. Ther are Mrs, -. It. SStCt-ld. «f Oat*, and; Mr*. ..Ifi-vd llirt ef M*-H*. but formerly «>f le-* i-cri***- Charles Do a d all. Hhang * CaUKdward Harwich, shlp'a tiutili •'-•"«-*«_*-» Ou-t-luo, Uprevkelsvllle. s ____X •**"' -Ull* IVohrman. ship's a _»,.»**. rain prevai.ed throughout **"ieiry rain J«f-V_Unl throughout tht "Ugh- A ara** to* toda* re ____♦ the a*_r.h for bodl.*. The •s-bl-itHV 88 that not many hay»« r |n ,__e_i a* a strong tide la car - r*t_f them out to sea. . » ft* n-*»t pr.-iir.ent of th» p-** *****»*• --r-j» let! ar* Houmevtil* Wildtn-in. _^E__esii consul at nana Ko...

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. — 23 February 1901

I THE. SEATTLE STAR. p>*j___iiL.■".'*•*••"• '**'*•'tn'* nKEv-ry .titernj)"! except. Suri-iy. -lephon. Main 05°* by if.'iil ar _aattt**a^tt* trm* ""la - * ■ - , , , l^»^tt»«^!«..•?« i,-•: «^gg_si> j lo7thirdAvevnu c .Wii'.iiti, n. as e*o»id-****ss rnal'ir "*.X-XC**" MILLION DOLLARS FOR A NORTH POLE SEARCH -—Explorer P-^dwin Will Have Unlimited Backing v -his Wonderful Outfit. SVELTN B. BALDWIN. 1 KbTVV YORK, Tab. 23.— nve*jn B Raid win. who to to command the JUMti. In-Ziegier expedition in search . of the north pole, I* rapi.Uy com pleUrtg; th* great outfit which his plans require for the Arctic -._*-t. land,has aonounced that et.rything points toward th* t-Uil* of June aa lb*- date when th* expeaUtlon will ■;. leave New Tork. - / WM Four portable house. two tteam laui. i. ». a photographic out lit, and ■fi'ta 1-r.a of. log food are among the , la*' Hat of supplies fnr which, .. HaMarlri Is negotiating. ■< ■_. .Thta expedition, which -a! ! have ' { practically unlimited fina...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 23 February 1901

, i- rW-RT-ATIT It. .Ml. „,.„..t.m,t..,i....t...t.ii.ir...,.iii,, I THE LOCAL PLAYHOUSES. I ' Thr theaters h*v* been well filled thl* week. The excellent attraction. ..(..red •*•■ **•• -*'••"••' thratir have been *pt>r-cl.il-tl. aa th* larg* autll agrea Hltrit.d. * .The <ii»nd ha* don* good business thi en it re- •ecek. Tonight's prrform •7*— mil cloae the rngigritirnt of •The Angel of the Alley," : llurr-v A Mack, wa* with a good '__£»P*-- have e-intrtbuted *>» large ly tela, leek's amusement, conclud*. - tis-ilr engagement II lh* Third At tu* tonight. ****** . | Coming Attraction*. ♦ ♦ I advance notices Indicate thst there I* much In store for theater patron* txtlrOtO* time to come. th jdanagi'r How* haa hooked fer the (Seattle thealer. durtng the next few ae. k*. "l*rl»oner ef _*.0.u1a," "linden ,*•.,■ Red Uobc." Kidder and James. Psai Kb I*l'* minstrel*. i tenti lh* N*IU a.i -_***" l**** com r _'n'. * Bill appear at the ilrand ilur ... the next r*w week*. Th* Fraw !.y C...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 23 February 1901

- 4 *■ : LAST EDITION. PERISHED IN FLAMES _ „ Flva Paraena Ara Burnad to Death In a House. VI.RSAIU.E9. Ind- Feb. M.-tleo. ■"-• lame* and hi* four granddaughter* ■?*l*w*P* burned to death In their home 1 near hen at 4 o'clock thl* morning. SI-A M*. ear old boy *** aped, but 1* de* '--•ranged from th* experience. The *• wlf* and an* daughter ere v. 14) at |»hr time. _________ MORTALITY ACCORD. _Sii-*d Carlson, aged 11. died '*•! 1 Mai I'ro*. Mine* hespttnl trot* _£,? consul i-t ________ BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS MEETS Th* hoard of public- work* 111. In .*i Sri uut-ir - salon i" - morning. Bldt *'Vw*re opened for Improvlna th* all** 'In block I. The cantract waa award* el to t-ttlrral A Com. at IM. Th* j^coonttract for Improving Taklma ave »'-."'-* nu* an.. Yakltn* plac* wa* awarded -.ii to H. Norml!*. a* th* low**t bidder, *- I HP'*'The -.math- Teltphon* C*_ *p- [ f :*S-ll«d for permit* to erect poire In 77 the alley 1-I**4ll First an Bec*ond ■t>j avenue*. It waa grant**., permit tn i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 25 February 1901

AIU CENTS A WEEK O|A Phone Main 1050 vol. 3. NO. 1. BEHIND A MASK THE BIG TRUST MAKES ITS DEBUT Incorporates With Only Small Capital, but rrporates With Only Small Capital, but Sports an $80,000 a Year President. C-n_rUS_:T riTY. N. J . Tab. ._,-_ -*_< iwat •"-*'l trust -••***• '■* articles 0. _ae__rp.i.u ii this morning In the .*-*> cf tb* county clerk .-r Hudson I•*•*_-*.. _-_•*- --• nam* of th* fntt • >j iiblsb Bteel Corporation. Th 1 gagna! stock Is placed at .*_,•>__. .Tk* tae_rporat_ra ar* *."_.»_. C fluff. -*___»."Mae V**gh |**a of Wayne dßtTeaghi and Wm, M. Curtis, ail af H-b-_--• Each Inc.rporator holds fr. BBS it* of preferred and Ova BM-et *< common i.ock.. •*•*. smalt capital an r*-4iiy b* _______rg*»*J under New Jersey law*. TV principal l-t-Ce of tha trust I* t» b* in Hobokrn. Tha arti_l.ii atat* that the bnitnea* t* to manufartur* •tub. SB**!. ma__*neae, coke, ecarr-er, sat to aeaalr*. own, lea. occupy, est *ad develop I** '- containing ami Iron. __a-**...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 25 February 1901

I THE-SEATTLE.STAR aV'-t^^-e^teßNwrTaxcri'T si M'Ai 'I'hons Main '.'•" By Star Publlßhlng Co. B. ma*.ami> **-Bt_-l • • - B-tllir. a B. CIIASa • - llii.lai... M.n.i.r 4*S. cent r-r rot*.. .Is ts-nt. r*e **•! re tv.-aiti ii.. tMntt t-er mtmith. e.llv.r*. t»» r, .ii _r . at, .1. K« 1,. - en-**- HO*, .bird <^> Avenue rut*,- 1 .1 t*. rm****-*. »-t _•••«..-. Tf.sh- Initea, it ■—ami T.«. nia.l*a_r Th* Star today enter* upon the third year of lit. a \lsta-.1 Never did * nt'«*p*per have brlahter pms jvcet*. The people of rleatt!.. have •tiown their appreciation -i th* ef forts of the publtihrra tn such a iiii-n-t and -iiil.si.ii-.ti.il way that th poper li a* firmly established .1* though It hail been heir for many year*. It will be th* policy In future, n* In the past, to i._t.!t«t- 1 111 Nl'Wrt fearU'i.l* and li _i.-.i 1 It li lb* policy that wins. EXERCISE IS NCCOCD If you'll I.*-* In th. el-** you'll discover thai your ears are whit*. there or* circles about your eye*, and you'l...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 25 February 1901

ggHOAY F-SHBCVItY la*, 188 T. ANOTHER BIG RIOT OCCURS IN TOPEKA A Mob of "Home Defenders" Smashing Barrels Full of Beer Are Attacked by Police-Two I Mob of "Home Defenders" Smashing Barrels Full of Beer Are Attacked by Police-Two ■ Men Shot--A Preacher Jailed, but Is Rescued by a Mob. 7. TOPEKA. Kan. Feb. «, — Th* -Hajjoe Defender*" broke loose at J .-clcck this morning and smashed IFEKA. Kan Cold .Storage Th* loos* at 3 ,/_ thl. - and smaehisl Serth 1 "I i-tor*tre t-e- K**lti>o'. T*-* police Appeared after .'. *__ (carload of beer bad been de* ,:rored- A fight ensiled, In which ; a abet* were fired. Officer* finally »--.«!«- He* F. W. Emmet-eon. pas tar at th* *** Christian church, a* t> Itader. an I ill of th* raider* Eta , sir* men. a W. Adams, one of th* raider*. *** aartotitiy wounded by a bullet. ___■*, E-unenon had a slight flesh . jfmtmA. Dr. M. IL Mitchell, former - t.ty -rhys-Vl*-,' waa arrest el a* a wMmbarot th* mob. The plac* raid* m\ si* a -.hole-Hi!* sspply hous...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 25 February 1901

- A STORY OF LOVE AND TRAGEDY. MR-. 11. VI WILSON*. These are the principal! of a Southern tal* of I**.* an 4 tragedy. Ham ilton *si in Atlanta, Us. itatmar* student, It* lov*d Mrs. Wit. n. a charming young widow. Bh* rejecte d him, A week ago, both dl**p* reared. Ttv.n their t*nit»a were found in th* wo,ills near Atlanta. ll* bad shot the woman he loved, then set Rr* to th* wo**d*'and had Anally killed hlmielf Hath bodies were i■ _n«ally burneil t.y th* tire. GOVERNMENT TO BUILD TUGS Th* quarter-master this morning opening „; I* fur the building uf one ae. g.'itig tug nil two bar_r*a to be aaed at St. Mb h_*i the coming •***•■n In unloading freight for the government. The following bi.ts ami offers of tug* aire* built were read: Saoaetrunt ah Tsit*tlt. ef ■allaiil Tug. |t'>.i*.i barge* »■».:**» each. D. Met- Itroan, Beattle—Tug. 111.**7: two barges. 111.!*". James Orlfflth A Ko.-Tugtvi-t. las ; " o. H. Fan*, of lutUr-l-Tno h ir«... II _*o each. T. tX Heed. ILllerd- TngtM-at, Ill...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 26 February 1901

a***** ************** ; aMA P''""*' M«"" 1050 * 8 *"•" „ ttffOO* 99999*99999999*9 VtH. ••• no. a. INDIANA MOB LYNCHES A NEGRO THIS MORNING The Victim Confessed to Murder of a Woman- Said She Called Him a Name. ' TFRftIS HAtTC tnd„ F*h. M.-At j»a_!v-k this "leg the police ar j „,.»! -le>" t Want, * '*■'* ■«•«*'! IX „-*.»- to*-, charged with murder j.i i.» ' "InkeUletn. He made a full I iiufftrr and said th* girl called 1. tr .'-*-__rr-r'* and slapped his fm r. <er__a It'Bbot-her in the head, and | afitt tke fell, cut her throat. A ; •(___••«•**"ft-rund tn Ms p.*_k-_!. with .a. Hut* broken. The n.testng place ma* tamnA In th* dead girl's neck, »t_ de-led any attempt at ■__-*_!„ g. tit!* an in*.'"' asylum siv years amtttatt an at*.' ti .1 assault surd bad not been United tn Jail j* ____B*t** before angry cittscm to ,ma Bt__-' °1 I**- * »thrr**l In from ■ -ft** let!* With shtraits at *'I_yßchj -..*__. cr." they rushed the door of! HER FIERCE ■__ii*fi"i"""* ''•'"*''*""*"*"''''*' '-...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 26 February 1901

c THE SEATTLE STAR i.*» i. 1,7 11 11 „-....* icxcaiT HI -*. IT •lli.ine Main mo ■f,i| Star Puklithleg o*. n. * inn wm_i_a . . - tetttAt. at- P. I ll_*n . . nti.in... Maaaai ■ Oa. *.»! P.i aapri .1. taxi* i— ****. "' t».-til nt. ,--ni. |-.r m.t-.iit ■ ll.«!_ I to mall .-- rarrt.ra, N* fr*. rrot*. HO? Imm <*4SKt> Avenu. •***.■ .1 .**• »-*»**l**i- «l ****** It >*». ****%•% lilten, *• ••eon* .-1... I ' '«f MERELY A SUOOESTION If a promts* can be reached at the t'nlverslty which will result il' th* mollification of the Bentetice* of Indefinite suspension p.ia.*>. .i by th* faculty upon senior Roberta**.! and Junior Harper, it Is quite possible that the best Interest* of ihe Insti tution will bt served. There I. it,, question but that th* facult) acted In an entirely proper mini.' In de. riding l.i print-. , th* pnrlti limits in the light of lift Friday morning, for th* aIT-ilr was one which did reflect upon the good MBM of lh« Institu tion. The young men really fought as repr...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 26 February 1901

■BAT, Fr.BKt*A»T 11. I*l. LAST EDITION. tllV nciiT MAI BEAT THE LAW ENTIRELY Side Entrance Sigr\s Coming -Down. But Old Business wn. But Old Business Will Continue V TTM_e""**» Chief Meredith will I*. *tat 9 enforce the pravloiun* ot the ordinance regul*Ut-i .auilnon boxes and aid* Aoar entrance* recently passed t>> th* council, c i Al -111 I*** remembered th* •**>*! i ci! gx\ * the saloon men one week to dial**** of their boxes and arrange 1 _h*lr side dour entrances. The time ■sill expire at midnight tonight, anil tetrr*iti-_ developmenle are expect •d. - While It It 'rue that many of the •OBlonr.s are taking I*4ll their loir* end eKwlng tbetr aid* dear*, there are .core, of other* who hay* s*> far rprea no eutwahl sign thai any* , thtai ha- »••urre.t to shut off their It— trade, . ■ *aas_ ttJ,"* Th* t-nbby. at the corner of Third aim Cherry stre*t; th* <Vtk l_*«.. *11 Third at.nue: th* •*• »>•■ Kecnnd B*r*r.iJ» *i»d t*s.verstt> street, and a great number of o...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 26 February 1901

4 *** (ill MISSIONS Will SOON BE ESTABLISHED Local Baptist Churches to Engage in Charitable Work *■ After Plans of Largo Eastern Cities. Next Friday *v*nln|. th* pastor*, tearnn* and trustees of th* varlou* to.-.*: tt.tptist churthr* * 111 aoasmhl* at the First Hap Mil .tun. h. nn Fourth avenue, near James street. The object In . hlliii* th* meeting la to devise ii ay* and moan* for Ih ■ permanent Insuaurallon of a city mission society. Th* work contemplated will be -deducted along lines similar to those tiitlow-ed tn Now* Tork, ah! **!■* net 'It ami other leading Kail *rn cities. The ripen** will at tint he met •'> the «s*i., lan v. with *» si.taim.- ft.mi the American llaptlst -Utah-nary aoclety. Lain It I* hop ed that by assiduous work on lh* put of thorn* connected with l tie missions, each will become srlf-tup porting. Notices are ir.-tuK- sent out by the ronunlttee In rtui „-, and tt I* predicted that the a I inula nc* will be large, j ♦ — ♦ I Churrhea Itiltrnted. ♦ ♦ Th* |...

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. — 27 February 1901

• UIA Ptiant. Main 1050 • J,,,******** ••••••••••••• [VOL. •'•• ISO. 3. WILL SEATTLE GET A UNION RAILWAY DEPOT? Telegrams to the Star From Presidents Hill and Wellen-The N. P. Will Act if the Great Northern Delays Too Long--A Crisis Near. •i a^yafAat ■*■•** und-rjaken to get at | Y'^xm Mt«Ba tActx retrarrting the In a.-tltlty *f th* Great NiTthern tn 7 VeftaMac.'. the construct!..! *_ th* ______*( It union -passenger depot in , till d*. ■ It ha* alar. aaked Mr Mel* t* sl.-* .ft* to how th* Northern *{•_____!« at*: '-* on .1.-ii't mailer*. Th« I.l**'*"" scat *"•' the •*"****' re* tattmt tram the presldebt* tor the I > __. tnu>*oi_ntta<~t**l llaea an* here -7 <*__* rftbtnttted to the pet-pie of 8e- V. it >..! be aimctsd that Air. \!.llea' aam tat* matter* at e**«n*tderab!* t *£/*,.. *tatt»g. In effect, that be 1* > no-'a t* prvve.d wit] th« building t _. * jßiaaiagi station if, after •] i'JTitif **•-'.** — Mr. '""•'— not ma !K to act.} Th* m. m|.. mm Mi-, j I •M IB a...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 27 February 1901

I THE SEATTLE STAR •______BP__H_Br*-_-S-*-X__B EVERT ArrisnNOON KXiKI-T BUNUAT. •I'hon* Main 1060. • y Star Publishing o*. v l *.••_nn wrlZ*- ... eMlt _. If. iit im • • nu.in... M.iiss.t o*. en! r*r te.pt; .Is **nt. per w*»B n Iwenly.Bv* wat. e»e tnerili, **lty.fa*M lo tt aal ** eaarrter* M,. tT9* <*.*»la» 1107 IDird *%§&> Avenue r<\t«*d .1 l*« ye*laß*J«f* sl 8.51t1., ***** laslea. .• .n I 'Mil -aaa.il.. DEPOT PROMISES NOT -KPT. The p.*.'!'!* of Be.it I. want a rail road depot. They are tired of prom tee. and del*-*. It J*. J. Mill will build It. well and good.' If he will net do It, then let hint stand a.ld* and g-trw «etn«*l«<»dy else the oppor tualty, This is plain, blunt tan*""*. lust the ktn.l Mr. Hill uses himself hen he mean* business. Th* st.-vr has alway* been friendly In lis utterancea concerning the president of the Great Northern rail ■as* It St.--! for Hill and his road when the depot controversy w*a wag**- In thl* .in shout » year a*-». In fact, the nia...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 27 February 1901

WTCT-MKBP-VT Fnrmr.AiiY •' l'-Ot LIST EDITION. .AMBLING TO (LOSE This Is Three Times and Out, | 7 So Says Sheriff Ed. Cudihcc. 77 '•'« warraat* are out for the arrest at a'J proprietor* of tettderloln gstnh- Btig j house* and hove been Pterrd t* th* hand* bl rvputy aihertfTs ■page. *•*',-I•«.in and McO** and Con r.shl* Schwedel.' uf South Beattle, te serve. The complaints were sworn ta by Barauei Cohn. It te but g aronUßuanc* of the war among the gambler*. Vestente'y * Constable Itbwedet and Deputr Sheriff l**g* attempteil to c!n*e up the Totem garabltrtg bou»«, but the proprietors restated *n*l the,oltk**r* deferreil the tali UMlt they could get assist*.ti..'. iiSherlS Codlhee say* * that the * ambling hottsea will all be do*, 1 **tnr* *l**tt*i*XsmWxu*U%***\*C "SEND THE WRECKER" ._. . ?&. •■"_- . - --■,«__--*- i i • A Message That Moans Hard and Perilous Work to Many Men. 1 _7_- NXM* In 'h* ditch, send the K«Wii*r.*'.; *I*ta ur.te message **■*, _%[•• '"•*'•*"*-' th*" wlri* * CA...

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. — 27 February 1901

us CITIZENS ORGANIZED m uw and m Enemies of Vice Take a Decided Stand— Enlist Men of Money and Influence in a League That Will i• -„ •' i Fight the Lawbreakers In ha. the Courts. Over tAt repreaaentative rltteens nt Peat tte mat lb the First M. I-:, church lata*! utgh and formerly launched th* aSeatU* !_,*.* and Order league. A • UHllltl!.-.* . t-OPO*S| of U. I". Ci.tt._il_. A | Allen. 11. Ueaumont, T. I* tUl'li*., It. U HUM, JuaU:*- itli_h srd Wtnaor, J XV. L.'.i«. J A. i »th cart, i"i>r«in H. Shank, i:. llli*etgell ami 1" A, *%***. aa* appointed In i-u-shwsk-* with tb* folluwtn-g r_*o lutlons. A* c_tia*4-t of_Seattte, ***** do here by i .*.«• aMI revurd our llrtn datcr* tout.i'hoi to si-cur* by every mean* la mir power an honest enforcement of ia«ta* in Hate <a» ,*"*_• demand that even* public *_-l err sworn to support __w, do his duty w bout l-*a in I.W. *■*tffe declare iiur urposw to *u«t*ln I by Influence and tin-in. ant •■ Ihor i*u___U,y <t_rg*nt*ed m«>. **B*al lo ...

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. — 28 February 1901

'•:C|Y JMtiJL^-l ♦ 51 A Phone Main 1050 •** (M ***«***eeeeeeeeee< vol.. 3. no. 4. WAR TAXES CUT DOWN Conference Committee Agrees Upon a Schedule. * trASHINQTON, p. c„ r*h. ».— r^eXtrtt* Ot th* h'-use and s.-n.it. aatba war tax reduction bill have ,_CW4 *a*l * poet will h* mad* to int. *.•*••• today. Th* h.»u*- gains tiefattewlag: Th* baar tea remain* y*i per larrel. the tax on banker*' ___.«! he retaina-d: "» cigar* weigh* t pi more than thre* pound* p*r I.SS*. -tM tax t* reduced to II: th* '"• on Lei check* and money order* Is '-«».led. -■-•"■ eertMente* et profit, ■ ti* tßiarance. marine, inland an 1 ma i__ni,'.f ' on casualty mil fil'l ___-____•_»_. on •_____*■ for cti*- ""a _*■■**■_«_■ l«'r • v* ; uaa ***** «ot-l«*_, proprietary m*dt- Zom, ptttumary, cosmetic* an.l ■ eSs-tag gum. * -Th* **n*t* _ In* the following fas-em kotxx* broker*, lie tax I* r*« Mta*.. also tax** Imp.■*■••_ on tlt-.i SEubMSSM aad on certificate* of mark ttomttr* *m*nde.l *o a* to ttthei* hack*! shor*. dr...

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