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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 12 March 1901

I THJSEATTLESTAR aVKgy A^KIWOON -Xi-KPT BUNUA.. 'Phone Main 1050. By Hit Publishing Co r. HASAnn w___g - • • SMtt-e. a P. , Hut * * Mitsln.-. _-*___.** Oaa. eeal *.. •**! ••* **"•* I-** ***. «* IW.Ht. *... -..I. „., n,«mttt, 11. .I*4 *» ir.ll *c ..->>.e. S. '»•• rent** 110? iiird <*{%&>> Avenue >--(„•,) st Ih. s--io*«c. *t Bsattt*. W**». In* too. «* Me*..l ..-u*. n.'l.t THE COOK'S RIVENO- Of v. SI. the boardlng-hcu.* cools, » 'v p.- has furnished materl.il for the humorist. The joke muker* haveserv ed her up hot and -1.1. roasted, filed and >**!."!. They gave th«!r sym pathy to the dyspeptic boarder* and directed their .hafts ef Barca.m »t the Slave* of the kitchen. There wa* no revolt. These frtnale boarding house sallies neither poisoned th* coffee nor n**orteat ta •ny epecle. of crime to even 'he score. They patiently accepted the complaint, ot the boarders and suf fered in comparative silence—all hut Jennie Srhryber who endked In a Now Tork boarding hous...

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. — 12 March 1901

TtJESOAT, MARCH 11. Ilel LIST EDITION. ACQUITTED! , c i i ■i-ss.i*..—ii.i - CU.TIIACF. Mi*-.. March JJ,— russeii Bravaih "ai acnultteal this afternoon from being implicated In •hs muider of thu tillable family, tv aUI .tart fur his home tonight, hut It la doubtful If he will ever rrioh it alia*. The other right prls -r*r* are in a br|._ jail. 21 mile* oft the rallra*a'e. with heavy guanla. HONOLULU HAPPENINGS jIONOLI'M*. March 3.—The tter- BMiri steamer Eva, whla-h twU-vl iiiam [tea Frens--*v» F-b. It for Voko* Siiua. put in hrr* on the Stth. ha ar ts* run short of ctaal in a terrible »l."i' encountered after leaving S.m Pr*"'is.-vi She waa fourt.en day. __kui_ this purl. Iter upper work. «*r» Bsamewbat darn k.-.I „:i.| one of atr boat* .ma.hevl. She cavaled here and sailed yesterday on her voyage. i "hONOLI'LI*. March S. --, Th* Oceanic steamship Zealand!* arriv ,t* ber* Feb- 24 from Santa -Ms in.-.. C*L *Rh .14 I\»rto lilt-an. laborers I par the sugar pUntatlona, On the i_f,(i dew...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 12 March 1901

•1 BOLD, BAD RED MEN Shoot Oregon Came With* out Regard to Law. SALEM. Or.. Marrh 11.-Th* Cas -I*l forest n-.rrae la being trespass rd i".-ii and th. game law* ar- be ms violates! by Indians, i' apt. s. 11. Orm.by, superlntrndrnt ot the r**. erve. has reporteal thr*» fart* to the commtsflonrr of Ihr general lan I oftlce. Ite say. that the rrarrve I. cnt.rrd by bands from the Warm Spring* Indian rr.crvstlun on Ihe Northeast, and th* Klamath Indian I i-I v.ill.in on Ih* ist'iilhcast. Thi •<• Uvea ar* sup|>o»rd to [>,- . n „i»: I In farming and .ii-.k-i.-ai.iiig Kvrry advantage U given thrm, and ntucn m..it. a la rp. Nt annually tn teach ing them the ways ot dvlll.atten. Moreover, they have adequate hunt* lug and Ashing grounds. Yet they Invade the forest reserve and violate all th* game law*. i ant. oraaby quotes Oregon (lame Warden Qulmtiy to sustain hi* I charges hat the Indian agrnta atlow the native* to make thr** depreda tlon. and slaughter drer and rlk i-v -n In the iT....

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. — 13 March 1901

PHONE MAIN 1056 „_.„ Will a«JI*«« *• O.nte »» »B* I'titimflt I I I I I rot.. 8. NO. 13. » *-~" HE STILL LINGERS tx-President Harrison May Not Survive the Day. TB* preß.atiira* announcement cf ... dtath ot *. l-rwaiilent ilarrlaoa, mg* was received In thi- city yr»- ImAay afternoon over th* private vJXcM* wire cf John S. Van Wfrnwr and published tn the Star. am* frvoi Han Franct.oo and was ireeai.d back far confirmation It trttt th.t no mistake ahould be rile. To* operator at San Fran mart* th*»«*o«d time that the ggwai.h a* authentic. Th* Star's regular tctegraphin ser- At* tram the East a* a* badly hamp ftti by storn-.s. many e.lrr« bring iaaa. ami th* paper * _-* unable tv Tlrrtt} th* Friea* report. It was, liTrv-fwre. publisher., with a full BfgMßt a* I." It* ao. .v r-IXDIANAPOLI-!. March ».—At j *» a. m. Dr. Jameoon **lvt that n-> ■MBrtal cAßng- had hmtt noted tr, B,s'*mlß Ram- condition. He m unable ti> recognise any one. t»l hi* I-r-a-'. came in abort gasp*. * INTIAXArOU...

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. — 13 March 1901

a" THE SEATTLE STAR ■■'" ***-zm.-^&^?rZmSX=£^^'^^^^~r*~.~*'* . k'.li.a ATTKUNIXaN gXC«FT SVIKPAT. •Phone Main la-_A By Star l»Bbll»hlBg C*. 'M. MA?inn wag*.* * - " ******* t*. »', ilt a.-:: * . Bust**** -laiie.sr. I Otv* rem per eetxtl At ,et!ts r»r wee* ** I rteiit-lii writs r-»r munila. _i.llar»reJ ar i a-. t-r _*rn_r*. No free tmtmr*. ' HO? imrd ■ 50- Avenue l-ataied s* .»• B«a*.a*le* .1 Bsaltl*. Was.. Ia« ten. _„ -*»«- .-!... master METHODS OP TRUST M»CS»Tt» The principles and method* of the men who control th* big trust, of the country were never better Illus trated than in the downfall of John ■ tl Searle*, Searle* started out In life as an otTlce boy at ll W per week, but quickly developed the business sagacity that years later mad* him nn* of th* chief factors In Wall street. It was hi. keen brain that origin .'_'■ ated the Id** of the sugar trust and, with the backing Of 11. O. Have • mej-er. his scheme was pushed through to a dautlng »ucc*»s. Mon ey rolled In to caper-...

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. — 13 March 1901

»KPN*-*D AY ' MA*'. 11. !»•». WHO WILL GET MILLIONS OF TEA STORE CROESUS? No Will of Geo. Francis Gilman Has Been Found-He Entertained Notables. PRIPOF.rv"*HT. Ciann.. M.rch U,~ »i » expected that there will be a yg fight over th* great fortune uf At Ist Geo. Francl* Oilman, the alUiiaisalre tea store man. whose- re. \\\\\w' ir* have been exploited since );, death. I AfP*r *n,^r <n* n,!ln „f nvy.tery vft bo »Hl. and nobody has yet ap -tjfj for B.l:ai'tilsti.iil-..ii on hi* .-«■ lit*, *hta-h I* variously rsttmatrd at t-rr, !».•»»».'•>' if IJU.OOO.iXW. Heleß l"otts Hall, ut New York, la "at tti* Oilman house, s.-.-mltagly In ■__-____ ._!_ "!"* talked fra-ely re t*r-tn* Xitt .tnrta-s currvnt of the *y lEiitlcnalma'. doing*. She said: •s-tne of the stories lhat hsv ■ ktmt-''' ' «;■.• v* the doing* at Mr. oilman"* are little .horl ot .candal __— ; 1 "' . -j have known Mr. Oilman for par.) year*, and know that no such aAmjt At reported have taken place wye, purtng the threa* year* I...

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. — 13 March 1901

4 LAST EDITION. DISEASE SPREADS Sequel to Carelessness in Quarantining the Diphtheria. .'•a Health Officer McKechnl. caused th* re.tdencc of Mr*. I, Aamodt kmntetti at _< •.' Irving sireet. to be quarantined, two ot her children having the diphtheria. Yes terday afternoon Mrs. Aamodt call* •d in Dr. Ht.ven., wbo pronounced the stckness diphtheria. • Mr*. Aamodt Uvea In th* neighbor hood wher* there was recently a Case of diphtheria. The residence w.a quarantined but nu quarantine officer stationed there snd c. a r»- : autt tt I. claimed by the people In th* neigh!- that the disease mat spread In an Interview with Mrs. Aamodt. wlil. h was published In th* Star on the evening of March _•» .he then stated thai her children had been expo* v! to the disease aa ' a result .-.' ear«l**«ne*a on the part •of th* health department. Tester , day her children complained of be ing '.'. and late last night the cas* wns diagnosed *s diphtheria. Ther* are sight children In the family. Her husban...

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. — 14 March 1901

PHONE MAIN 1050 ' . .. will Colleot 15 Cant, at th* :_>#•» •>•»** i « i « » fOl.. 3. NO. •'■• 10 BE CONSIGNED TO THE CONSIGNED SONDAY THE GRAVE ON SONDAY [x-Preside.it Harrison Dead and the Nation's Chief Executive Announces a Period of Thirty Days' Mourning. INISIA .\*ArOL!S. March 14.~Th. iMtt «f ?>*»' ll»rj*min Harrison. gt>tOiy«»terd*y afternoon, was r ,t »r.l palnltttt, The neav* was JJljlhiW from Ibe bulletin lotrit et the newspapers tn Indian* jjojktßd .11 flag. In the city were Jl™,-"!«*e!v lowereai to half-mast. Si present at the bedside of the. 95 a" * the end wer*: Mr. XjH,t \Xlli. 11. Milter. S.vi-.iat -l __„, R.r. M. I*, lialne*. pastor cf church; Secretary «-*vt. Pr*- Jsmeson snd Doraay, ._. 0.0 ft_ii —sill, .ergeant-at-arma jgallilted State senate; CUtCard •ifffet M_4 two nurse When the MrfcMß*. Mra. Harrison vaa* kne.-I _»»t the right of the dying mat-. 'ett _»* hand clasped In her*, whit* !__■>. ttttmr *•<** *** '-•*' attending ilja."'.- *"r*e** th...

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. — 14 March 1901

" THE SEATTLE STAR __.* «-_»-i _c . - *»"•■' ■ >'"'' s^sssoia | g\«nr ."iarsNisce. kdcwj *l Ni>*. Than. Maia SC!». By Star Puhrtahlng Ce. n .n.-.iti" rtmUue * • •'•*"** 1. t. .HOC - * eowssss. Hi"." !".'.» eae.t j-s' assar; St e.SSfS ?*/?*** __ .M.its-ni* mam par s»*"sti „nv*r*« •• c » I . .*—i.iV "v. ttrm ***** BO? TUlrd Avenue >• ••,._-! at Ik* i*Amm**)t**Wt. *. He-el.'**. Wails te»<»e. as •«***.•*.*_» nsaltsr. .toHstt CONVICTS IHMSCLF. A rfsnvlnctng proof of th* truth of ih.- Star's charge* lhat Health era se- MeKechnle ha. been grossly hsjr'igeut tn railing to protect th* puhlte against contagious *.-**»*. h«» Scan furnished by the accused enri*! hlai.etf. ft* has I.•timed .< . work of placing quarantine of- fi»*i« on duty '' guard Infected pi.ml.*.. YKSTERHAY. Ton THT Finer TIME WNi'E JANCARY St. to- called upon the police for an ".■urgency officer to c-> on duty at th. resilience of Mr*. Aamodt, No. INI Irving rtreet. Two children ther* ore til with diphtheri...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 14 March 1901

tntIRSDAT. MARCH I*. MM. LAST EDITION. a daw BURGLARY the Germania Cafe on Sec ond Avenue Robbed. On* of the most daring robberies th* ba. been reported to Ihe police . f.r some time, occurred at an eat li, ur this morning In the Uermanla tate, at li.i Second avenue. itur tiara forced th* hack do.tr, which apttt* Into the alley and successfully tided the eat* and e.nsi.-l |_4S in fold aad atlvrr from th* cash rvgta ter. The robbery wa* discovered by th* proprietor. Vtlillam Httx'h. about 7 j i t ,-i * k thi* rooming, li.- telephon* ed tb* police, and Sergt. Ward d« tailed Dstectlv* Ham t'orbett to In vestigate. The robbery was one of asusual boldness. The cafe is well tthted and there is usuatty some bids passing the big plate wtnslnw* at atl boura of the night. Dr. Hloch - closed the place laat night and tett th- money In Ih* register. 11* gen erally I* ■»• -■» "ie re. eipi* for the day lr the tat*. : U is supposed that •he robbery oc tarred between 4 and I o'clock. The bark door b...

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. — 14 March 1901

4 _ MORGAN TO DIVIDE OP MARKETS OF THE WORLD America and Germany Will Share, While Eng land Will Be Ignored. LONDON. March 11.—The ..rloua 1 il-pics».l..ii which has for mage tin* -affected steel manufacturer, and th. lia.le tn hoot, anil shoes la now ex tending to nearly all bunt, of British Indus! ' 'The cotton mill* of Manrhe.t.r ar* the late.t to feel th* Influence .of bad tlmea. The fact whtvh causes jnoel anxiety la that, while lirltlsh "working-ten suffer for tack of em TELEPHONE RATES ARE ASSAILED Chamber ol Commerca Will En* tm ai Cemwierce Will En deavor to Secure Reductions. .*_._; At th* regular meeting of the t hen i- of commerce y**i-r-_»y *t tiinissn measure* iv _r. taken —'k | I Ina, to the reduction of telephone I'latri In thi* city. A com milt** ot _.c •* to be appointed to endeavor 'to 1"..-' through the city council a j ? leal case, and *» ertaln the right of s.tb« flap boa* company to charge i more than th* rate, established by ordinance. pftßesoluttona presente...

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. — 15 March 1901

'» J a***"" 1"" I? ONE MAIN 1050 \j\\\ >' Will Collect IS Casts at th* r^l^i.-Bteßtli I 111 l .VOL. -'. NO. li. THE LINE OF MARCH TO t BE DRAPED IN BLACK f . _______________ Preparations for the Last Sad Rites Over the Remains of the Dead Ex-President. I- " ■ "■'iNWANAPOUa. March IS.—Cold. i-aac-eca-I'- weather l» forrcaata-il | fir Ilarrtaon"* bttrtnl. Hnow fell all sT-'-'slaSt *Bl* *h* ttiere-r*' •_** fall.ti M "'_**«. octree*. trtitl.'tls for tb* jytag In »t*t* of th* get-Krai* re *__*. and for th* funeral .•Ann!ay. I _mgti completed this morning. laWßta have adjourned and bual , ij_H* b*>u»c* are cl.-scd •r the »ft iM'*tO»eo. ; BS-B txtry publkt school of th city, Smeßr-t halt tear today was devot* 9feM hy the teacher* to a review ot HgaiTfaon** Uf* and art tpul.T-* Seventieth Indiana Regiment aMJWunteer association, of which liar H}«*b oa* prealdent, met this morn- WnsAvg and took action en hta death. '*.%•*__* cotumtttee on devomtit.n* ilk. '*t_T_a*t *ii at the line of m...

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. — 15 March 1901

a " |H|SEATTLESTAR fc.Mlv^rtWtvi.i**. a-Xi*-l*T BUND*.. Th.-ne Main 1010. • l Star Publishing Co. »r_ ti.irum wtu_ • - - *d,,*__ tc I*. 4.11-RB - Itu.mt.s M.n.a.e --r-*n. r.l ear *-r*r' «lt *.els ■'"" ****** ,"" 11-Veiir-Be. ,-at. r*>r raeiilß. MltvaaeW I" i'e**tl ..r neiaian. _o r*. ■**_*!■—l HR 1-ird s iSi> Avenue l_r*tar*«*l .1 th. t—i.*"..*• .1 »**tla)aa. W.a. ir*i.*i*. a. «e.-.*.t.l . -.a. ***ttw KNOCICED IN THC NCftD ; The article which Judg* J >hn J. ..McOilvr* publlahed it. th* Star on March I. exposing Senator Hemrlch's ich*me to financially benefit th* la „ttle and I_B_* Washington Water way Co.. by 111 In* the passage of Ja bill ceding the reclaimed ahnrea of Lake Washington 10 the rlty of Sc ant* for boulevard putT'"-'*. had the expected effect. It ■* a* read by every member of the .islatur* at .Otympta and the b*n*Hcl*l result ap peared yesterday whea th* houa. voted to Indefinitely postpone th.* : BBMselderatltin of the measure, al though It was on the day cal...

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. — 15 March 1901

__|Al..'t! It. 11*1 fret MATTERS. Lat of Importance to the Union Men and the Public Generally. a* _-Bt<ir< Itec-'*** will publish to-l It aS*** th* ■fo"*"r'*;*: •••''••'■"••■'■•l ••• * I >_____HLws unU-.i rrporle.! the I __-_.' «.' their measure b.for* the i*_Sl!_r_r_ture*t vVympl*. at hill hoii ■ ___*•«• • U* •*» *■•'■*•' Tuesdi.y. Ji. »',*! i*l-'HeJ that ra-Pr.-sl- Ptatit presented credentials to X ___r__T.ria.' f"ra* *pUnC *°n '*b* « . * 1 I _^' ,_. _ ._____■ „„.j|.| it.,, "7- JgUlar h*d acceded to the re *.?*.rtt* .if the ut_\*n and hla fac- S* **_■* a**** da-ilared fair iv or -7 _*2wl lab.*. (• * * * _. cntiper*' union *üb»**rlbed 118 '&«**** MX + . . . m**» «ah*n man Ih Seattl* should Il ._• a persaonal Interest In ' the n»« --*__!T Workers* union. L« ts th* *—ft» the whole sttua- JL The sr.- e-B *if that union „_«* th* ultimate attainment of ,* _k*tred arnd—tho organisation of IS t!**_aan<_* **■«* tollers the iutn _ isdu-try of this state. * - » * ■ * ' a** la...

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. — 15 March 1901

_. RICH MEN SHARED IN MONEY SENT To Relieve the Poor Sufferers From the Galveston Flood. UTMOST DISREGARD WAS SHOWN FOR HONEST DES TITUTION, AND FRAUD IS EVERYWHERE CLAIMED TO EXIST. At'-TIN. T.-x.. Mare* 13 .-Further detalts of the finding* of th* commit lee appointed by lh* legislature t.) Investigate the distribution 01 the Hal* **■•!■ relief fun.l*. tt I* said, •how Ih* utmost disregard for hon est ■trast in their handling. Few account* were futinil straight, and. tn some Instances. In »mall precinct*, fraud -a met to predominate. Hank •r* and wealthy merchant*, who A MEMORIAL MONUMfIiI A Ha_*s. monument or fountain In honor of the pioneer* of Seattle m*> be er*H*t»*d In l*l.in*-er aqua re. At the ma***;in* yaesterday of the joint committee* of the city 4-nuncU and chamber of commerce. It ***» BUggr*t<-d Ihat th* original plan for a monument st Bsrnnd avenue and T**ier way. The suggcatlon that the original plan fiir a monument nf com* sort to the First -.htiij. ■ ton Volun...

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. — 16 March 1901

PHONE MAIN 1050 l__*rrl*r Will Call**! J* _•"•* .i th* Outfit •*•-•■* iiiii .VOL. 3. NO- IS. 'REMAINS OF THE DISTINGUISHED STATESMAN NOW LYING IN STATE Thousands Eagerly Seek a Last Look at Ben jamin Harrison, Ex-President of , the United States. |R'_«ANA_Y»Ll***. March ltV—Oarb. -jl, black frock *utt and with f**-. ' Paj-H'1 **-1"- it- *''- V „f •*•**•" i matt voext honored ion, den. It. nj. ! *, m \t llarrlacn today wa* r*mov* 1 *-»a -•* ,*lr residence to the ro- l agmlarA th* capltol building, «***_irt a* t<v M* old regiment, the Bevtn- i Wi. Ind-tR* and the entire Natlon t__ f*AT& et lb* state. All th* after- j .»*■* thousands tiled through the i •tat* boo** and past th* casket to ■35 a la** •■■*'*- *'f '•'" dlsltngulshe.l - »-ji**- »tati«man and cttiaen. and . IM IM' u_ a.t lh.* --„ ,!<a_t other thousands will view! . ,v. knity until It) o'clock, when the; Wtt***—* **"*'* f'" eacotteA back lo th* ■Sssal -. Indiana poll* companl**! Wtpt tk* National 4r'l, «--©nt*-*_ry ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 16 March 1901

2 THE SEATTLE STAR ar-.K-i-'oo.*- axcart bunhav. Thon* Main I.**' By St.r Puallahlng Co. X.' it as i.*.* weix* • • • ***__ K. r. CIIA.B • • Hi. at... Ms *. ' Ota cent ... astf. sis en!. I*** ***** '? ii.-,-, n,. „-,.. p*r am.inth **&***** at *4*ll ** r.rn.l-. **..» 'eat eett** .lIK--ird«agi&> Avenue Enter*! .4 an* |__*lo«*« _t ■•.•til* *..._■ legion. .. ■—»-!-< l-t*H«r STOOPIHO TO DUTY WOMK ".Seattle. Wash., Marrh M IMt. 'To the Star Publishing **_„ ••(lentlemen.— In reepunse to your request. 1 would stale that the -Se attle J*l tar has re4-*lv*4l every week* day for over two year* past.and now receives every week-day, over Hi* wire* of the Western I'nlon Tele graph company from Chicago. 111., th.* regular press despatches of the Scripps-Mella* A**... it lon These dispatches cover news event* oi-cur* ring In Kurupe, Asia and Africa, a* well as In North an.l South America, "The Star ha* also received num bers of spat i,-tl new* dispatches u**er the Wi»stern * ill .11 wi...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 16 March 1901

BgCn.'AV. mail-!, ■,;. i m »_..*.»» -V*.l. -■*...%*.•»*•»■»•-■** -V* -*_•_.•»*»*»■«. _%-i>-a■_»»%%*> **%.-w»** -•%%*-*-•--- *-----%---%%-•-- •.•.*-a«*a*4\»»\».\-4a> _ 1 PLAYS ■_» PLAYERS I li ** ,'. 9 _*■*. *.*.■.*.•-*.•. •.-•.•. -%*.*» -V*. %-%*.%%_ %* %_.*»•_ *.%•»■»■- 4 :Jsv\ _._.-.- ■%*. •.****-* Vwv*.-a-_.*■_«_*»*»•*% -4%%%%%% tiviwvw .***.*.*.♦ *T* HE r_.traordlni.ry theatrical *t*iactloi*.s offered during the past week . , : .r i iln auspiciously the spring sea.n-i ef sing* entertainment. J- will not want for l . ' I bigh-cUa* draai.itii-amusement. With th* app*ar*nc* 1.1 this city I __-eft«ri*r than hrrrtorciri*-~«-if the stftr perform*!** of the cmintry. playg**"'!** ***** become mora exacting In their d-tnand. Thl* In .-tati'''' to look iir the heel .\ lit survive, and It will not pass unnoticed *r ao alert thcitrii ,ti manager, but rather Iv catered for. Ho gratiunll> ■ tSua unspoken'sentiment _ttaalf<___*_ h? lh* American public, mitt *•* gaturally r-ti"&g...

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 March 1901

-*'''_--„ 4 ,w - ST. PATRICK. The Day Will be Appropriate ly Observed in Seattle. Tomorrow, Ht. Patrick's day. a 111 b* observed generally by th* Cath olic hun-he* of Seattle. The prin cipal servlc* of th* day will be held tn lh* Church of Our iJldy of O-Oq Help, lllght Hey. W. J. o'D**_ blahop of Ihi* dloc-.se, will li* pre** en! an.l _ 111 take charge of the rer*. monies. Sacred music will be rend ered I* th* l*adlng vocalait* of the city. Th* Church of the Sacred Heart will hold It* special aar-lcaa In th* evening. The services at th* Church of 4'ur • I-.li of Good Help will begin at f in i., o'clock In th* morning. The Seattle branch of th* Ancient Order of 11. -nans will decorate the a-hurch -mIIOc*. principally wtth gre«n. American and Irlah flag* will be draped together tn the church, **htle lb* altar will be a mass of cut flow era - . Hay. T. X. ITefi-intaine, pa*tor of th* church, all! celebrat* pontifical high ma**, and th* **rmon wtll be preached by lUehop O'Dca on "Ht. P...

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 March 1901

PHONE MAIN 1050 Carrier *-'" Collect It Cent* st th* |,4) •» **••.** I t 1 I v l VOL. a, xo. in. NO UNION DEPOT WILL BE BUILT IN SEATTLE President Mcllen Announces the Fact in a Telegram to the Star. 4 "Ther* will "* M union depot on King street for at l*»*t fa*, year*. ' 'Th* authoritative announcement comes from President C. *. M*ll*n, 'it in* Northern l*a«-lfle. ta a lakli.nt (■• th* Btar. f/y :r_rt_*r, Mr. Melten says that unless the S.*attl. A Lake Washington ********* Oa, l» Anally .n,i-*ll«*d by legislation to abandon It* canal gtktm*. no union depot will ever b.- built on th* sit* in question. Tor th* benrllt of many rltlsen* -ah.* are uninformed. li may *** ij tad that In l**t Baturday'a Uaue of th* a tier noon Times, th*!*- ap atara.l sit article, clothed tn thre* Windsor type, accusing President Mcl >.«*-( having flim-flammed pessadesil 11111. of th* Great Northern, on the :> r_Ni depot deal.' Ths writer bemoaned tha fallur* of Hill to Inform 7 1_ » i»i*ii*i* friend...

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