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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 6 March 1901

a —a_—^.^^ ■' ■ '■' ——** '■ " ' aai THE SEATTLE STAR' tar —■_—___———_MMBWa|B__BS*B_____l -vent ArrKiiMHis i.-\. lit sunha. 'I'tione Main 1040. Oy Star Publishing Oe. X llArAlin WX__a '• ■ • Sdltse. %U F. CltAlß . . iiu.i,..*. M*n*«<" Ob. i—vi a*. **„ *1* e«lla |—r w.** c, cui'iv-iin rant* r*r rjioath. «*llv*r.4 Ui * all ... canter* Na tr*. *_•**. HO? Third «£!>> Avenue Kntsr».t si th. »4*i»*»!-* *tt *»e*OV». Wash li-ai.-ii a. **ae**.rv 1 »!».« Ki.ltre. AN UN.AMERICAN tints Th* plain men. the rough and ready ones of th. United States navy, th* hrnve fellows whoa* "nye, aye, sir." ha* meant victory In mam a battle, have been Insulted. Such It tha verdict of th* count))*. In a letter written to Pecrrtary Long, recently. Admiral Sampson sttarnptad to h.i th. promotion or various patty officers. Including Hun. ner Morgan, for the reason that tl.vy In a letter written to r*t*ry t.eng. recently. Admiral Sampson atttsmpted to hat th. promotion ot various petty oiticet., Including H...

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 March 1901

KfBDAI MARCH 1 ISM LAST EDITION. YOUfiO (iIRL A CRIMINAL >08i. Porter It Charged with Rail- Ing Money Order. " fllii* Porter, a yeung sTri of it rear*, who vv*. r-eemily arrested on \ tt (jars- of raising a P-'si"!*' a _*a«y order, was yesterday after jinn, i PrtmXmiimrg h**i w^j* tl. S Commissioner Kelfer. <y *ss found limitv and bound r tJ th.- Cnlteit State* grand Jury ,t It, next session. Her ball was aamt at *«■*. sn.t after It was **- -ami ah* »** allowed her llhrrty. *_..'"" lime thta young girl hit* tat* is th* custody ot ihe police _------KJ? the Home ot th* Si! Shepherd. This Is the second 1T,,,, and it ts .i_tih* that the Jr.' .ill as .-.■•• i Is tak* Ms a*****- '- RAILROAD BOIES. atottar larg* consignment of leme.eek.rr* left St. Paul thi* mom- for the Northwest. Ther* Menu mm *r »o end to the crowds of pro. aj, «ho sr* anxious to reach th* iSrsirrn country. > ii I* reported that James J. Htll _, h»t becoming Interested tn s large BSBlßer of Washington flour mil...

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 March 1901

4 THE SALARY OF MORGAN 5106,320 a Day While Form ins Steal Trust. NEW TOnK. March *,~-Bi'eh*r. In Wall atreet have recently hern lln vi ing what J. I. Moi Knit will make | iuil of 'he l"l» st*.-l ilcul. According to their ngurea, Mor gan's under* riling indicate wilt receive tn ih* stock nt th. United Stat** Steel Co.. lC.\,Bov) nisi common stock and 1:3,000.0011 preferred stock. Of •its amount. Morgan wilt get i*. -tbl OSt preferred stock. These sec. urltle* war* worth 111 cash, yester day. i;.4_t,in. ignii has been st work on the plai for 49 days, which makes hi* earnings pet day 11*4,32*. John rt Rockefeller's Income per day la iiT.6l* or HO a mlnvit*—lb* greateit coottnunu* performance on earth Though Morgan haa surpass ed him tar 40 days. It must b* re membered thai billion-dollar com- 1 panics are not formed very often. Talks on Atlin. J. M. Ituffner, of th* Been*. Hy draulic Mining Company of Atltn, la In Seattle today. He will *..<! g« to the north wh.r. h. will begin pre...

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 March 1901

PHONE MAIN 1050 c , r ,|»r Will Coll.ot IS C.nt» • « **• l,« •< «onlh j i : . « Mil. 8. no* to. ATTACKED THE KAISER Iron Thrown at Him In flicts a Wound on One Cheek. pr.RI-I^. March T.—Kataer Wtl j^j, ss, struck hy a plec ot iron twos- by eirtea Willand, a la eevtr a* the imperial party wa* atria* ft "i 'he llathakell.r to the I n|jw-*y siailatv. Th. ksiaer auffer mi sal* * bruised . h*,-k. 11. pro .j.mtu . "c hu )«urn«y. Th* aaaail gin «... arrested and eto* cjuea •H' ■ but owing to hta confusion set-In. sas learned concerning hi. 'pMlreS. "' _,E£Rt4N". Msrch T—.The kaiser's ; >u anl received at Bremen yesler j., M cure snd s quarter laches In ■'jrtW- Th. kaiser has n.tlher r.-v - I trot be*' I- I tod no serious d«n- I Mr Is fesiwd. Ula th* reJchatag Count vein Unite• ■i-retn sskt that the wound was .a iscnsiilrrsb;* one, and he thank* el o*l for th. kaiser's deliverance. la th* Prussian chamber of drpu gee President ' yon Krorchcr Mid. •CM*, tan Bu«low officially eon.. BC-i...

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 March 1901

'-* THE SEATTLE STAR -vent iurrutVi^i>t I V, ' II SI M"*» • Then* Main 1«0. By Star Publishing Co It it *. ahp wsru.s i • ■ IMllw. - r. 1 MAS* - - nuitaes* Maim." Ob. -nt ..r e*|V- .1. essls r** -»*** _• t.v.-ov s.. e«nt. in la-nth. ,t.llvsr*4 •* mall er *_rri*f. No tr*. eerl*. 1107 Ihirti <€*_-> Avenue tr,•■-_.! .1 th. iw.la.lc* .1 Seattle, WW ■ leatetv. .* weead-rls*. ..Its* « WORD Or WARNINO. The Star does nut peel as an alarmist, but it fe*ls cortstrnltu'd to utter a won! of warning to th* board of health of this city. Un leas Health Officer MoKei-hnl* I* brought to a realisation si the re. spon.ihil ties of hla position and acts with vbyor to stamp mil th* Isolated case, of smallpox now existing. lb* most "serious runsequeor-s may fol low. Th* grnss negligence which has marked th* proceeding* of the he*'- ofTtrer up to this time, ha* been revealed In the Ktnr. not with a desire to "roast" that official for th* sake of a e*na»tion. aa several of hla friends have charged...

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 March 1901

-KURSDAT, MARCH T. IBM. TONGUELESS MAN TALKS ALL RIGHT r ration Made at a Cleveland Hospital Devel ops a Remarkable Case. i CANAL noVKR. O, Msrch T. yaa Wltaertnan hasn't a tongu--, wt he talks. , ' ' **lts*rntaii Is a -lisn stone cut. -/sir. Hie tongue waa cut cut at It* Lakeside hospital, Cleveland, last tie,-, her. .no** a cancerous -____P> *l It* ts**« threat. -.I*l his mm- The cancer was due.'probably, Sm the etcee—v*. use of tobacco. • Bltaemvan has lust return*.! from .he i hospital to hta home, at thi* ■■I,!— .11-1 he I* something Blot • M i * nine-days' « ler. B4_tb century historians tell of ; toiaßC** wher* vtcttms of th« -bar. fc.tH- torlurr* of those day*, ' -_—' Bwagb tongueless. • whereas tho** «>* lest ooty * part of thrlr tini'ie f*aU_'t m*k* an Intelligible utt*r «*c*. Wltaerman is a llvlnr proof d Ike v***cliy of these ancirnt writ ;,. It MB case the tongue was slniv et rh— ily off at lh» root, through s B *_*> trtctst. In th* peck, Oreat car* ass lilm no...

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 March 1901

« : -. - " ROCKHILL IS SLATED To Succeed Conger as Minister to China. WASHINGTON, 0. C-. March To- With Ppeclsl Commlaiiliinrr W. W. Roekhlli performing Conger's func tions st Fakln, ih.- atata department exhibits less uneasiness. It has been ths lies He of Hi. iUp.ii titieni iii'tti the first th.' negotiations b* run. duct*- away from the seen. wher. so many mute witnesses of imllgnt lie* abound, an.l by men who, nut hay ing .uftei s in th* *l*gs uf l'« --km could consider th* matter Im personally. Circumstance* forced th* dcp.tt llletlt into actually assuming a con tradlctory position. Fear that Mil. ister Conger might seem dtscrrdlied. led to his retention lit ths negotia tions, though prior to their begin ning Commissi..ti«r Hotkhttl was dispatched a* an information gath iter and a check on any radicalism that might be develop, by Conger, A __4. I Itorkhltl et-Bda Well. || *> , a The other nations were also In sistent on the negotiations being held st l. km g__ that concluded...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 8 March 1901

PHONE MAIN 1050 Cirri*'*' 11 Collect IS Oft st tha fs* •' si...' I I * I I * VOL. 0* >"<>• T-* VICTIMS OF THUGS Bones of Eleven Per sons Discovered in New York. NETt* UK. March t,—Eleven listen .kull. and many Nines that 1,1 formed or i« of human skrletons ...» u_*artb*i*, yratrrday on the site •fit* old Vol. * garden. No*. St and «1 Bowery. Exe*v.t|en» are beitig B,J* there f-.w a h*w bulbtlng. Th.? M that for IV yearo Yolk. Uarden tat h**n-. !'-* of th. l.urlttal i ■ ■■• . < „ _* liosery. leasts to the suspicion In sent* quartrrs thst the bonrs fjsiml may be the*, ot "'•"'• mvi .1. r ■ ,4 ia ih* notorious diva, lESM bone, w*r* In poor condition is! *ho*ed they had been in ths atria a long time. Some of them trembled *,h.n picked up. Only one tt th. skull, had a lower Jaw, and re. consisted only of the portion from the eye sockets up. Another WB h-i a hole is it, as If made by 4 Bob - Salted for Alaska. Th* Pacific Steam Whaling _o.'a ••.ranter Excelsior. Capt. llumphrr...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 8 March 1901

» THE SEATTLE STAR 14e*ar~i*t*— —bb- er. . '■ s iw~*r~-s 1— ~"—■ • *.v"jnr c~TKe!Noo*< sxc-s-T stmoar. Thoa* Main li*s\ By Star r-sllahlns; Co. t*.iiiAiann> *«_. • • • «—»*». _ If, CHASa • • 11n.1n... M.l *,*- i ■'■•■. On* rent par as*. »i* seat, r*r ****. ** .•s*"»"it.r-av-* eeat. r* r aventh. itel.ver*_ *» Bail .r crriera, K. rr*. *t«. , ri d'^BL^ Avenue r*a'r-e1 .1 ih* re*le*ac* .1 ...Hl' VV..11 lrftt*it, a, essMßtHtaaa m.n.r. SORROW VS. HAPPINCSS. I tf .11 of the sorrow, and sufferings of this world could be placed tn the balances of n Titan an.l weighed ./.against the satisfactions snd pleas ure* of life. It is pts-ibabie that the former would pull down the beam. A tew days ago nn unknown msn. clasping a Utile child lightly to his breast, leap.- I from the great sus pension bridge at Cincinnati Into the Ohio river. When the day's traffic upon the bridge was heaviest, with scores of poop!* about hlm. atl unaware of his desperate resolve, the suicide walk* est. out on the b...

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 March 1901

fRtDAT. MARCH ». int. LAST EDITION. TEMPEST IN A TEAPOT |||0»Br« Mistake— Many Skats No Deaths. siKJCAN. Porto Pvlso, Marrh ».— i*ml»!»lv»'i repert that „ girl pupil „1 been redly sbu.cii by School ■ * nrinteniient Andrews, led lo a sr »i* rlet yesterday, and an anti- Tsirrlraa ilrtnen*tiall<ili. A oruvvil *.k ( nrl around Andrrvis crying; -•van *!lh the Am.ricans!" Tti* 2#ea fired taa »h<»ts without In'ur trjr aflvbody. American artin«r,» ___________*_*' firing a volley In th* j_J_ Thla dlap*r.ed the rioters. Pioneer Steamboat Man. OH**. Alex. Urtgg.. ene of the pinn ae sttasnbi'st m*n ef Washington. H ss Seattle today. At •in iim* cap i__j_ip ih-Ul«a **s a partner of Jam*. I HUU the railroad magnate. -. th ,^v,,-*t.'l' "' s line of stesresrs oa ... Vitus.;; -, i. At pr***m tvs i* derail*'* s lln* ot steamer, "• 'tie CwSßiNa tl- st Wrn.*ti-he*. Th* ..,jt influx -t E*at*rn tis>roe*eeker* ms the Wenatrtw. and Columbia e,.r valley, h-t* ismeptlbly Increas ,.< tie pet"- *' ...

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 March 1901

'«-" THE BOERS DEFEATED They Failed in Attack on Lichtenburg. I.tiNDON*. Marrh »-Kitchener r* *l«i,4l* that the lioer. failed In iheet t_r!j mi uI-tli-n burg. Th* Doercom. i ,-.'.'.ci. t'rlller*. vvii. ki'.'.til tl) the 1,,-hilng. Tho |irltk»h lows. In addi tion to llm I previously rrportrd. iw It killed stwl ii wounded. The po.l --tl« n of Drv*rt I* variously reported. Mil farvr I* scattertiiß In illlTrrrnt «si"«M'tlop*. Urn. French lin* found cnc I'rctistit and on* Ilotchkl** gun ii'-anii.-it.-.l by the Horrs. Tho total r.-.imher of Horrs killed, t-apturrd an 1 surrendered rlnrr French h.-gan op rrallona fast of Fretiirl*. Is It*. J*r*iuh h.-vs been chiming llolha and Myers. Jsroerjreney Officer t*tan» rrairn * from Tacoma last night, having tn i-u.lotiv I*. 3. fmlth. wanted In thi* city for the alUgrd Ihett of l») from A. Utile. HOW THE GAS COMPANY'S EDITOR DODGES THE ISSUE Editor Resit!. Star: Ot late tot. Rlclhen, of the Time*, ha. been doing some fairly good work for th* gas c...

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 March 1901

PHONE MAIN 1050 L.1.. Will Oelleet II Casta at the £7.1 ■••»■* « * ' * ' [Vol.* 3* >*<>. ltf. QUESTION ! OF CASH lakes Trouble Between the Two Houses at Olympia. -V-* "•OIiT-triA. M.r.-h >.—Th* hous* _. *.**' wen* usable" to agree on ' , rr r>rrl ulo'-i WIU snd a csmfer f _«b cenii-I"** was appointed. It J*T src-tle with th* question im Eur--' now until th* cloa* of '_r_r«iioo. the goeernor hold, the Sua hand and will *.-,- to tt lhat __a ißßiltutls'n* are cared for first. •t__rtu__al l-stliutlsai). have hsd i__-««a»ay during: th* a*..lon. :K»UI have to .land from under *T-**"'*" pa***d th* bill exempt £__ frwa taxation .tramshlpa rrgU- Zm from cuatotna houaee In thla ._» Th* measure wa* aurported \t tit .blpplog men of Seattle and [rSThsoM paaerd the bill abotlsh ■ |>( tt*ef-ce id state Quarantine ofTl \t*-- £** tmii v liii.ii -In th* hous* wi-riiy aJtrrnoon the- Itoeenhsupt E_*unt fretgbt bill w.s defeat*- CI rata tt tt ta at. -%%% esei-nltbr-e on claims reeeaa- ...

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 March 1901

i* THE SEATTLE STAR Kv_AT AtT-tUtaeit Bvcr.rr bunuav. 'Phase Main 1049. bt Star Pttkll.hlsg Cs. | ii s • inr. wgu.s ... nan**. I. t*. -li **!, - • avista... Ji*n***r. Ce. e*-t .r e*a-* .is t-ee.-. *** ***** <* I-,.- -• r-. esnl* r-*» m nil. tun**""* •* Bail e» . .r-.rs. N* fr*. *,*>!**. 1107 "■"■ ii «g|J»> Avenue I*n»e—M >t !•>• r**ieei<-« it M -«sll ». Va'sik l-lii. .- at i»t.l fli« ...ii.i SAMPSON, TNCAMEMICAN DONKCV iM-n. Mllea rnrrtcd hi. b.thtuli and pajamas to war, hut he ws. pre- P-red te fight. After his famous vle twy had made hlm an Ida! uf th nation, Oeorge Dewey shown! poor Judgment in deeding a nation's -HI to hi. wife, and .hat nation mad* him mighty eorry for It. ("Unity and profane Shatter propellcs! his moun tain of flesh to Ihe filing line on a buckboanl. tut don't forget that he was there In time to stn.-.l powder. Hoi'si it is a* weak enough to cause nations! nuusra by kissing hi. say from Washington to the Pacini-, but he *• ' - brave enough lo...

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 March 1901

jtA.Tn.riAT, MARCH 9. iscl. CANT PLAY FOR "KEEPS" Pullman's Mayor Objects to Came of Marbles. PULLMAN. March t.-The Inter sil in the factional fight over th* .Bfivrccu'bt "' C"V avrdttianee* svhlch „., ,'l,-i in a boycott being ties-la red ca the I -lac* hotel, conducted hy MgySt Pavls, who I* hrld rcpainalhle for the enforcement of thesr ordln -gasas continues, and th* minister* »f Pullman are coming to thai aid Ol Mayor Pavis and threaten In retail I (t t fey boycottirnr the merchants Whs j B| | the tnsyor. At a recent meeting of th* council | .ii.i-'r I.i:- made quite a talk on th« .vile existing In Pullman, dwell, laj «t l.ngth «>n what hr termed Ihe pr.liet evil, but nut one covered by e-Stwrav n*m»ly, the pl.ytng el ■ MiMea for "kaepe" by ihe *tnall mjat ot the town. Thi*. the mayor I . clar* 1. l» one of the greatest evils (Tlanl and on* he would like tvi srs> abated. He dec's red It s .trpptng MB* •'•'' gambling, and that thr trim for gambling was thu. Instill ti It th...

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 March 1901

4 HOW MUCH SEATTLE HAS LOST 10 TACOMA The Question of the Quartermaster s Change of Location Discussed After It Is Too Late. Much more than usual commrnt la tearing made by local business men on th* Buoce** Ol Tacoma In secur ln» the government transp*»rt ser vice, and with tl thr I'nlted Statee quartermaster branch which for a number of yean* hns bail hradtiuar tere In this city. Merchant, me keen to a certain loss of buslntwß which will certainly result from th* fact that Tacoma had dock and storage fasilltl** an.l could bid successfully on th* con tract, that MaJ. Huhlin advrrtlsed several week. ego. -tcattl* dock ard .warehouse ownrr* h.d th* same op. portuntty on the csintrart* as did Tacoma. hut a. a prominent t-clftc coast ortiiisl said thi. morning: "-<«• Stile was handlcapp«d because .he did not hay* the fasitltles which th* I'niie ! States government has Imnc wanted, and at la.t demanded." ♦ ♦ I- -in.-** Men Interested. ..A , • ♦ Hwsln*e*i men and other* generally Inter...

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 March 1901

PHONE MAIN 1050 jj,r.*r WiO Coll.ot I* CenL st Hi* '{list ■ontH i : : st vol. 3* XO. 13* A BOILER f. EXPLODES Seven Persons Known to Be Killed—Many Are Injured. *«.ICAGO, 111.. Match It.—Hull*. At 'a. «a.—A hug* boiler In Its* fe.M9.at occupieal by th* "anllary _.*9'rr Company, 4W Madison fffttt, t.ploalrd at • o'clock thla mtrtiti, completely wrecking that )osjctar« -nd three other* adjoining tft also badly damaging .tore* on lis _B*»»< for a block between TV*) and Loom!* street*, rauaing rtr a.* of many Uvea and Injuring . .-or* or mora ot laundry employ . # , About 1% people war* In th* t«tl._ig at Ul* tlm* of I'ie disaster, UlltiM aevm bodies bad fat* taken from, th* ruin.. Tho mpn to* y.t Identified l. -tha jCirraba." Th* forca of tho egpto. mat tat t.rrtflc. great ■_*,«*-* of Kiel being hurled against building* _*r**t a***". .lija.*r.t bullJlng* wrecked are tat tax> - -• ef tba Volunteer* ot amttma, \\ llln.ui,-'. ity* shop. , P**A * candy factory and a vacant hail-ir* -...

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. — 11 March 1901

t _. THE SEATTLE STAR kiTsHT act-iinoon kxcmit suNU-r. " |*ht' i Main tots. By Star Publishing Co. R. • a.*nrv WCLLS • • • *)*'' I K. P. i Mask . - nii.il".... -i»ti*«*» Pit. r*til i—, SS*. *l* e»*l* r*» •***. c, lw.aty.6a-* rents is*r iraoiati*. _, Hi ..el hi mail «r r.r.i.l. K. rr*. e-.i.. 110? Ibird «&> Avenue Set.-—I ii th* .oil!-. .1 .Mill*. as. tnstcHi. .. .t.-i-tv.i-s-l*.. mett*.. MeRECHMie ••INVeSTIOaTEO." The board of health li.i Saturday night wns trrated to a burlesque per. ISIISta by Dr. Mi-Kechnte ailing a* chief comedian, with a "P.-I." re porter, engaged for the purpose, p' i) Im- a supporting role. MeKechnle, having ascertained by g survey of th* mom in which the board wa* meet Ing, that no Htar rep re»eniv*tlve was pre.rnt, rose, and assuming a fierce expression, declar ed that he had been maliciously ac cused of falling to attend to hi. du ties as health officer. ll* pro duct ant read two I. tiers algned by Jnlm Webber and 3. XV. Taggart, dis crediting state...

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. — 11 March 1901

yOXPAT, MATtCH 11. ISM. CONTEST OF ENDURANCE rev srtt Hits ths Striking Silk Mill Clrla. * eCJUN"TOc.'. T*^ March IL—Oreat .ffparstlcn. *r* taring made tor the Lniile of th* .trthlng .tIV mill girl. •Maorravaa. "'' th* Indloittlon. MS I that fully *-'w *'•' •*• ,n N***l . After th*, paraite. a feast will be iprestl i" Carpenter* h.tii tor th* ißßilred. O' l"te •"Be* "*•»* "-'IH ua>i alsias te the procession. | TM" IfieflM na* resolved ttwlf into R (siateM *■' endurance. The mill ■ mmAtT* declare that thry will never ..a-* in and tt .1 • « not i■■ ok ** ' ISearh they will. The girls are wilding out wllh grim atelrrnilna ixaa. but the ".a*, nf their wage* bit* tlr» harder each werh, and poverty fore* tii.m ba.^h f) (j, -penitentiaries" at the term, of U* ,-v»_ers M».y people hay* crltia*ts«-.| thr 'ilrt. for not accepting iho iiU'm.t ra* ef Superintendent Hiai-. of the /i.-au.-lt mill, but lhat at o cause J M> -•■ _ot t:t! !• : -i.ii.l the situ-i- DMt Devi* said torn as. ul 1 al...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 11 March 1901

4 MAN-KILLING TIGER ESCAPED FROM CAGE FIERCE KICKS FROM A ZEBRA, HOWEVER, KNOCKED HIM OUT AND HE WAS RECAPTURED. INI)IANAIV»LIH. Marchll.-ltejuh the man-kttllns tiger, which lore Al, bert KSttSOa to pla-i-r* two week. ago. rscapect from hta cage In the utisr trrs here today, where Frank Ho* lock's men were training wild anim al* for the 1 -n-Amrrlcan exposition, and made hla way Into the arena, which la surrounded by animal cages. THE OREGON TO RETURN WASIHNOTON*. P. C, March IL— The navy department h«* ordered th* return of th* battleship Oregon to th* I'm I" ..-i*l. .she aallt prob ably • ill from Manila about th* first of M.. an* will be replaced *t Manlta by th* Wl»con.!n a* aoon as that v*ss*l ha* completrat her i ffli i ■ I trial. Th* Oregon will proceed to Han Francisco or Pcaitl* direct, ac cording to the discretion or trapt. Dickens, her commander. X she -!•*•* te Ban Francis*"*,. It will only be for a brier call. Secret-try Lm. says that the big battleship will be overhaul...

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. — 12 March 1901

PHONE MAIN 1050 crier Will Coll.ot IP Cents at the iJJI ,1 Msst- i : i i i t VOL. •'• NO. ''- DEAD! Ex-President Benjamin Harrison Passes Away. jaa* 8 Van Wormer received word Efj&__t o'clock, by direct brokerage jetre.al I*. ltelnler-Orand, thai gg^gailß P. Harrison, expmldrn' at tb* I'nl.ed States, died al hi. mama in 10-ianapolla a tew moment* ' Pitas* tot'.t -past one o'clock today. 4 mpt.V)' March IS.—At am p. ■«- Harrison was partial!) s ant tat i***. arousing at Interval.. ■ I g»Ddß"t talk. HI. son and daugh sate been summoned to the bed git. • Streams of ms.«»oger» ar* 1 itl-rttlzs telegrarcs and Cowers. '.-ISMANArOU-. March U.-Qen. larrtsca had a bad night Dr. Jam. __•'*_> hurriedly summoned at I Crkek this morning. At 1* o'clock iM Jawed a statement thst there was st-btas la th. general condition to ItSet any rnco-ragmaeaL He la In * _ eery critical condition. HE WORKS THE PROFS. •- iatvr HAY-EN. Oar, . March 11.— •Teed Re**"* I* In Jail her. on the . (-art*of tryin...

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