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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 18 March 1901

i. THE SEATTLE STAR av»Hv"a»*r_.iv_KiN lexet-if et_-i>-» Thon* Main l'-0. By Star Publishing Co C H««*M' tt**CU.a * * * edit**. _ T. 11l IS- - . ...... M.14..4T Ob. *_*i mat e.tpi .Is .—a.t. r*_r -*•* *. !4%_rtli rt.* trtt'a l**r f!4«nllt, O.UVair.4 la* 4.4.11 a* r.rner. _.. (re. .-.-. • 1107 iKird <^I_> Avenue enter*-! .1 th. ita*.!***** st M«lll«. "a. (4.-11. .. .aar.r. I el.a. m.tl.r. HKMIIICN IS -CSPONSIBLI Th* l*nl.in passenger depot will nnl build, at least, for two years, and I r.ihatily not at all. This in *» will com*. *• a disagree able > 111«. to th* paopt. of Heiittl*. and a natural outburst of Indiana ttofl I* to be expected. The condi tion* bcrat hay* long been Intolerable and now thnt the chance* strongly favor an Indefinite continuance of the •ami*, the prop!, avltl Ins* patience. Who 1* ■•■.-sponsible? Who killed off th* provision In house _____ No. ITa, •4Vhlch aave the city council of Se- j attle the right to control and con demn water-ways, Including ...

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 March 1901

' ,\m EDITION, fIJF BRITISH EVACUATED ,|jt- Mal-o-"***-. ** Balng Calabrat.d Today. mPtTCS March is.—The IJSIh an. fStmSn of th* eviwuatHin at tht* *mtkt tie lttltUh waa . i If.i ai.*.l to. £i ky clo»l-» the achool*. public £Lm*» anil many placea of busl- ISa aad by a pared* of * 1- men, .hnlral Sarnp»«t> aud Mayor Hart Afih* Bwr-hcrs. and t(.«_,04» medal* J^ilsulbutcd t*> school pupil*. Fr&richi-O Transferred. Xtth-e Ma -a-ca nted at (he city _0 4t lot transfer by J.-hn s M. • Searty aad ileo. •'- lllanhncr, •'! the g ',"•' Iraachiae r*a*iitt*,i thctn, t" JEVtadependent Telephone Ci_ Sa__-i*T » nam*** 1* *isne*l by Hanl-I KklieCi *" attorney. The Imlrprnd* irt Ttder-o** •,**'** notice I* signed Pftaaf-I ■_. llyrne-. a* *ecretary. WILL SOON HAVE TRAFFIC BUREAU j£ __m*a*mx _$ eooo to hay* 4% freight RS bureau am an auxiliary te the and commercial ln(rr,-,*t. of U* rltv. Thla a•* decided upon at I ,^ •*• * mettifg of the Merchants* HSSSBw wn-n President Jame* jjan ■-- waa au...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 18 March 1901

4 SCHWAB'S SALARY $1,000,000 A YEAR MA YORK, M»rch 11.—A* hla remuneration for preslilliig over lh* affaire cf th* United tftatra Steel corporation Charlea M. H.*hwat* tsllt draw a aalary of n .".n a year. Th* figures were given authorita tively by one of the members of the an-.- combine who helped effect the settlement between Hi. rtval com* pan Hardly lesa extraordinary than lh* aalary, th* largest paid to any man In th* b\i*lnesa world today, la the unanimity ot approval with , which i. ortleert* of the different companies in tin atccl combine re. gard It. "Schwab will earn every cent at DIRECT TO BREMERTON WASHINGTON, IX O, Mar. 11.- Che battleship Oregon, which *u» talned serious damage in thine** water*, will lea- the Astatlo station May IS. and proceed direct to th • naval station at Uremerton. It was originally planned to send tha light ing ship to Uremerton by way of Han Fran. ■ but now sh* wtll come di reel to the Ruget *.-ni. t naval ala- Hon. It Is expected that alt" Mil...

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. — 19 March 1901

PHONE MAIN 1050 Carrlar Will Collect II Cents at th* Hi tl st.nth * t.i,' t s VOL. 3. NO- 20. "SOLID SEVEN" LAST NIGHT CHOSE CRICHTON TO PRESIDE OVER COONCIL And as a Fitting Testimonial to a Great Vic tory McGroarty. of Local Telephone Fame. Entertains the Blake-Sunset Faction by a Banquet at Maison Barberis. I Th* **W****A happened •'' night »S.n th* #,-'.iJ Seven tipped Ua hand aal *l*et*4 Dr. J. E. Crlchton presi ***'■ th* city council. Peopl* who tart recently followed th* tactics cf tt« RaVe-Sur.s.-t combination knew i apt about me* the frog would Jump __p* Mai. Ktnehart time expired 9. pre.id.nt ot th* aldermen. I Last Bight there w.ra thr*. candt- Itxit* up for th* chair, vl*.. lUnc •■_». Tarry *..'. Crlchton. When th. tallets wer* counted, there appeajed QM tot lUn*hart. thr.* for I*arry ; »»i aevtn for Crlchton. lly diligent ja-titry today among th* opponent* *t th* itavtid Seven, it waa ascertain rl Just bow I>*njais!n, Jam.*, Mur shj. T*try. Taylor and Rinehart which ...

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. — 19 March 1901

'ifl THE SEATTLE STAR k_va*Sur arrKiisooN kxciektVunua«. 'Phone Main lose By Star Punishing Co ,R. llAr.ni> wati-a ... gatiae. bT, IHMt - • Pu.tn... ai.n.««r Or. reel |*». re^l Ma .-ret. per **** *_ I lately.a*, cat. |>»r aienih „r»l to a ail er teeter* N. rr.. ceniea. 1107 irird «SS> Avenue Sn»»w»l at th» e-.tntl.-a .1 »^«it.. ar***. tratea. „ ••.-.•8i.1-vl.aw ai.ii... ASTOR, THE tOOTLICKER. It seems to have been tacitly agreed that the editorial artier, of the country shall take at least two shot, annually at thnt'bootltck«-r ta the lirltlsh nobility, William Wal dorf Astor. Richly doea he deserve It. How America, with her freedom. charity, philanthropy, enlightenment and brotherly love, could produce such an 'unmitigated snob, ts past under i atamilng. He came from the soil. Then- Is Bo blue blood In his vein*. His par. enta'wore palrhes and his father's hands were , allot - by honest toll. Tet he spurned his friends and left hla tour' He plainly^ salt! that an American ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 19 March 1901

maw . *.», IMI. AT THE MERCY OF EUROPEAN PROMISES United States Will Have Little to Say in Re gard to Manchurian Deal. 23 TTIMnNOTON. D. C„ March l».— Brtiirdlng Ureal HrlUln'e attempt IV- the aid of the •>;'"' <. t tes la compelling Russia to "back 9,'tr" in Manchuria, a state depart- S rwn^iaal said today: -\Mir attttuite Is unchanged. We Uat at* anvthltig more than moral L.iew. XVe ran tell the European aaawawaiais what w. want them te H ia China, we ran try to keep a Ltjrtce W prevent clique* and cabala H|l|.°l powers. If we don't J^red-weil. vxt U not tight about **%«'truth of the mailer I. that. TV " 'on! yaur Pncl. Pamuel has *** 'borr.ewoggled.** . Russia, the *7i, Karcpean yremloer. has prom- Ed again— provided. There ate al rV«i provisos tn Russian promise*. - TV- Is that promt*, of the Rus _l circular of Aug. «. for In- S^e. tb»« trocpe will be recalled L» Manchuria, aa aoon a* order ill have been reelor^i, "Provided Ltrtlen of ether powers places any f^ti.le. In th...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 19 March 1901

« HADLEY PREDICTS AN EMPEROR OF THE U. S. Yale President Says There'll Be One on a Throne in Washington in 25 Years. BOSTON, March II,—"W. shall hay* an smperor In Washington within .'5 year*, unlesa we , an creat. a public sentiment which. regardless of , legislation, will regulate the trusta." With that sentiment, uttered at the Old Mouth church, I'leatdaat Hadley, of Tale university, vlalbty •lartted a congregation largely mad* up of lh* rtcheit church society In New* England. He waa delivering; the third In i. cours* of l.eiitrii addreasea by cot leg* presidents, and hts specific topic waa -The Development ot a Public Conscience."' I In the course of hla address he aald; "How do things stand r* ' ranting th* need of a public con science in this country tndav? The American atandard of personal mor ality la, on th* » hole, high, a* com pared wtth other nation* and other age*. W* ha. developed perannal virtues through Individual conscience very wet), r.ut our action* in poll tica a...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 20 March 1901

PHONE MAIN 1050 e t rrt*r Will Cell.ot IS Cents st the fact Sf Month »,.-!. t. t VOL. 3. NO. 81. STRIKERS TURBULENT French Dock Men Clash With Military and Are Worsted. * MARSEILI.F.S. March lO.—The gee* striker* an.l sympathisers tiathed this morning with th* in lit tary, result In many striker* be ; txg wounded. Strikers attempted to ' »;*p tb* work in progress and cav i airy charged, using swords. . Milk Came Down. it horses attached to a Ball Tea '• dairy wagon became frightened rhtio standing lit front •a th. Rainiei iian.i on Fifth ave gat this morning. ■ They ran clown t. Coiun-.'.-..< atreet, spilling milk alt tk* *«> ia driver Was not m the wagon at the time. The wagon WM overturned on Columbia street near Second avenue and the horses were cap tared. " Will HONOR STATE'S GIFT M i - mi ii SMt-nts 111 Mast Tonight at Pioneer Square. Tb* studeatß of the University of ■Washington, . assist,. , by the stu tmta et tha Seattle . high school. wia bold a . merit ng en Pioneer ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 20 March 1901

' a THE SEATTLE STAR u.giiv IrrstiiNtxiN kxckpt auhPaa 'I'hnn* Main 1010. ■i Star Publishing Co K. 11-v _- * 111> *\ II I .is '"• - - Baits* li. r. „ti i.i- • . a.*!***, Msnaaat Or. rem fy*t reft; *lx reel* pee .all -I tW*l*el*>a.* eenl. !•«. men 18. eJ.llv.r.J »« n «il set nr.i.-r. hit fr*. eel» IIX it ird <€§> Avenue gcH.t-.-l .i th. I .1a.n1.-e .1 s. till.. W..H li«tea. a. .reeii l-.-l.i*. mail... CARBJCOIE AND HIS MONUMENT. Andrew Carneits t* building «» monument. Just ho*, hlsb It wtll tie, no roan can tell, f,tr who run name the number of Carnegie c daya? There are many mllllonalrea In Annrlca. Tin give. They do mure or Irs* good, according to thrtr lis I i*. but most of tin in are quietly resting In their ■ -..11111. ashen the world i* MM that they iltslred to benefit humanity. Carnegie. Is shov eling his money out and getting alt IBs- enjoyment possible from the op eration, lie tnanta tn*ee every atone that goes into his monument, lie likes to give, and gratifies...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 20 March 1901

ffKPK ESOAT. MARCH 29, Wl. JST EDITION. Ix-SLAVES. t*,, Colored Cubans Fear Oppression. -tRt'SSKL*. March a.-_*nde\-*tavis ut tMbs. whu are {*££*. being maltreaied and op >2-Jd BBder American rule, have •VhYteacl a request, through, one of ■^aumbvr named Emmanuel, rep ■*__tfxO** *** their bcadc-r. for ictnita l_ m _ allow th»n» and other color- SraUan* to settle In ih* Congo ,tat» a* BeliHan col.intsta. ■<• ' ____■_• a wilting If America haa no ob \**-*j°_i:'" '* "' '" .. CITY OF SEATTLE SAILS TONIGHT r.j.«1l a Co.'* steamer City of JfTu. Capt. Cr-nnell. will aad for V..'.«j and way porta at * o'clock La-'.at She will carry about IO !^£<H*r» ami *a ruil cargo nf It" a.*erthan, manager of the Do -frsus Navigation Co- will lake pas i_7ia her t» Skagwaj*. He wilt frsee' t» White Ilursis -ahen hn *•<-»• Charge ef the affairs cf his •_Aemr, Capt. RmwnfU'ld, also uf , J^pnwlnloa Nsvisalton Co.. -artll ; ____M»Bf«Bf him. . . '-OP • Il*ln». agent of a lit.i. ii Oa.iat machine co...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 20 March 1901

4 LOTS OF GOOD JOBS IN THE PHILIPPINES Enterprising Young Americans Who Can Pass a Civil Service Examination May Get Something Pretty Nice. '.ii .*_. *** ' : X A SHIN. Ii IN, 1' C, March 29.— ".Mm* men ami women who may •He! to seek their -tunes In lb* I ;. S'liie i.laiitt. may a<l a good • start It they are BM* to pass civil eerviie examinations, which art- Ottan to b. held In this country. • The datra and plac-ea at Ihrxm .a -aninsiiiin*. a* well a* tha .uiij.it.. wilt lie given nut aa ».n>ii aa tht. civil set \ ii c commission Anlshea tha [ schedule* ii hi. it ia now arrang- M i Th* s'Hi-riiiiii-ut of the Philip plnea ta to be of th* carpet-bar nr l er There ara to be thousand* hf lets an.l Aim-rirans ara to have all th. good nnta, while the nattvea i>*. i What ia left. Bom* lit Ilia- i-lacea pay 11.000 per i year and later on, aa vacancies oc cur at th.- heads or departments, which are now tilled by appoint nient, th.- 12.009 aaaistantß will I — promoted, ao that place*...

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

PHONE MAIN .1050 * ( fTl*r Will Ballast IS C**«* at th* 1,4 »♦ Mastri ; ; i : t VOL. .-. NO. 22. NO FIGHT WANTED Semi-Official Utterance Made by the Rus- sian Bear. .Iff. rKTERSBtnrtn, March ll.—A as—l tff*'* 1 sot* issued today says: JTeeanmcinp'sai** incident baa been agerlkW iv*g**r*ltmt by th* ttrttlsh urn*: t*"" tl .. aim.**! assume _, rrstlty ci( a rami brill. It was asUre'T due t'» Hie forceful manner _ which the lirltlsh triad to obtain law*..inn of disputed land, that the Ej2aa government • tainted I: : aMlouad aiscessary that *nergetlo I aetkm ahould be taken In the matter. \___tAtn *** QjesUon ta on* for Saiaaalk' treatment, and the g.iv «IISKBt h** no il. übt It will be am - gabiy **lt:<-d ■** London and St. I'et ' ttsburf." ■ " . .^ -TUfTSIS. March .1 - the situation H sac.*— this -morning, *a**a* i _g, ta* British outpc»t» bar* been [ajj*4ts.>: " lUirDOS, Hare h n.—Th* Russians ** Tt*ats4a have refused lo accept t***st yon Walderse-e's proposal for •a, aßttl*aMSt...

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. — 21 March 1901

2 THE SEATTLE STAR - xu.aiA..*ai^j^t^^-iieKri^x!SK!tre -Vtutt AimtiiNoor-i kxiKIT sL'NI-aV 'Phone Main l•'.'■" B. Star Publishing Co i i i -.im> WElXia . - ■ Italltir a. r. ,II AMI • • iinaiii... Maliaa -i Or. **m ret tttt; *tx «s!» et are* -* i'liiiHii .„.. t*r piOßlh, et.ll»«!*4 lata mail at eiari.t. No ■>•» ...law HO? liiird '$&• Avenue- V-ll.rr.t .1 tha |„_»U.*ri.-e .1 o**lll*, IVll*l II .l.'lt. .. a^'.-tt 1 tlaaa Ittatt.r WORK Or « NEW GOVERNOR. Mi.sunri ha* * new governor. s-> far he la Si i GOOD a . governor thai hi* • air.-i- Is worth watching. Aletender ItMtr-Oc Dockery i. a politician. It* poured honeyed wimla Into the ear* of the voter* when he was stumping the *tai|. but he «na such a common, plain, everyday son rf fellow that the people believed tn him. •One* when he was telling lh peo -I*l* of tlallatln. Ma-. about the dull -a of good rlltaenahlp. a farmer wliii clay *_ hla limta asked Mr. Dockery what UK would do If asked to work out his pell tax. "I won'...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 21 March 1901

MAr.cn :i. i»»v •SWING AROUND THE CIRCLE" WILL BREAK ALL RECORDS the U. S. Government Will be on Wheels-The Coming for Weeks Trip of McKinley and Cabinet Will Make the I _ 9, T — Sr^HUXi.TON, HP, March «.— -_ George Washington* eyes "wale! b«lg* If he yyc-r* told about the I trip that haa been plan ed for Preslilcnt McKlnley, i,*i*t _aly wtll the president take _* trip, , bat »b* t'. S. imvernmi-nl lafl be ob »he*!*. Thrre wtll Ik t_* satire cabinet, their aevrvtarlee, Uasr expert advisers, ctnher rleik*. 1 I aagrwyh eperatoni, stenographer* Eg all the Intricate m—chltirry of tv laser circle. *fr,t* if the speclsl train boro <** priest* rlMach*. It .' '"'« lie ' r-iW .if not*, few It will be a c- m - rn hotel on whcta There will tpt.thet and hi* asslstsnta In a*****-, of the dining cars; thei* Ifl Be . library car. observation lE*, »oyo*.i!*ii and lounging earn. r^rtmtnt- and care fitted up with. m,*.* tor the men ■*ho,-govern | t*~msm people,. ii"_tAm*_m.mx*_*iiM 1 EX-SLAVES. CA...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 21 March 1901

»«a THE BAKER-HOWARD KENTUCKY FEUD IS AT LAST SETTLED MANVJIKSTI.It, Ky.. March 21.- Jusi sa the feudal troubles In Clay county, Kentucky, aectned to have ii'-i ••!• '|.i-il lull, a war uf extermina tion, the bloodshed has been check ed by a peace compact lhal le ex ipecti-ct to un-ii-.ii-ii.it> nil frli'llun.-l—u-h -side has agreed to disarm, and Ihe rival trail.rs pledge the safely of each other, .i < The fat-Itun. at wnr were the Whites. Fhilpotta and tlarrardr. ihelr dlftervnces growing out of th- old Hiker-lion tu-I fued. The 'Whiles, now politically supreme, were aligned With th* Howards, and through thts became estranged from th* tliirniiila and I'htlpotta, rl« h ami formidable families. • There were a number of kllttng-a ; befor* th* court Just concluded, and ■during court excitement ran high. Judge Tlnsley had every one dis armed at the court | room door, but several flea waged ntitstcte. Jule • Wabb wss shot In jail . The Oar rar.la an.l Whiles exchanged SO .hut* in ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 22 March 1901

I PHONE MAIN 1050 a-rti.r fin o*H**l 88 Heal* st th* 577. at..*. I I I « .vol. a*, NTO, 23« SULTAN jXCITED kFlourishes His Scimetar Hand EXCITED shesHisScimetar id Vows to be Revenged. CONSTANTI.N'OPU-. Math li.— Kw| .alien ta furious ov*r th* .•Much re. useiatloa of aevea be—— ds in the I X*i Sea. ne*. Allan, and the bestow _• at th* Utl* at sultan on throe laat heretofore subject to the y\rt». Abdul Hamid la preparing to H -.,. energetic protest against Kate- j T .i a latest ftmh. which w*. mala XS ant warring or n,|.>il.:i It* Bats* ' dar* to protect hts claims to li, i*:.**.*.. hi force, "but may appeal — Russia for Intervention an.l pro - t^tlcn. The Island are th* rarest "' t'teup. known ae* th* Sevan gl*t*i*. To Raiac License. I^I\*EB_TT. March -Early n**at n,, the county commissioner* will _ pm* the saloon license from 8888 to agjMT I** ** 1438. ' *** ' "fill Si* '*•-«!*■*» * plan to refund th* llto.ooo f?g»_t» now it. a - per cent. inter BHroB a 44 per cent, basts. sK? ;...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 22 March 1901

2 (HE SEATTLE STAR! -YK&T A?rni«NCK>N KXCKPT HI MA. •l'hon* Main 10*0. By Star Pebllthlns; Co. n. ii'fjtnn wtixa '. • • E4,„! fc r, CllAb« • • Hu.toM. *•»«»«•' Or* e»*« v" »*«>r •'« •*»<» FT. ""J °* tn«i|*.n»» ~et* p»e month. tltl|e«rw "i m*tl <-r c*m»r*. bo it** <»>«>i»*. IKMd «ss&* Avenue r*i>*r»il at the MrStH «l "'lie* n »•'' i- «u-iv »» ••.->■ n. i .-!•»• maltf*. The fl rsl big legal battle between the people and Ihe llill-HUthcn *** monopoly t>cglns tomorrow in the federal court. The ga* people rely upon the llurke ordinance which they pill through council some months ago. <" beat th* people. The people rely upon th.- Justice of their cause to win th* tight. In ca*e they are *ucce**ful In thl* bat tle with the Hltl-ltlcthen comblne.lt I* poaslhle that lb* quo warranto case brought by th.- state, may not be tried. I- the federal court caae, depending upon the Uurke ordinance. ■Ota again*! the people, ihey are «tlll in a* good position to...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 22 March 1901

CtntT. MAHCII :i. IMI pICERS OF CRUSADE fAIL 10 LAND THEIR MAN I limeys Have a Bout in Judge George's Court— League I Will Obtain More Warrants. II ,-^iv the r»*e of the state, I JRaVw Kude. charged with per- t •|*J«Y* » minor to play a gambling "i I _£•__ callew l" • hearing. The ' I *___»I »»« reprvsermM by 8. M. !■>*__»—— Aitornry Heaumont Il r___.„teJ th* crusade and IVputy ■ ____*. Attorney -Irtfflth ap 'l-^t-t is sehslf Of th" state. I»^rt__***e» evamlaed were W. U I ._*» a* swor* to the complaint, ■ I Pa?lst* sad l.eonaid Klen*ch. JL£ai»or* th»t he had seen I St_«*. who Is but 1« years of ago, I ST. Bv.mcy-paying slot machine, I *j'«»il>l not *w*«r that Hud* wa* I at th* device. Not one of I *S .«»'**»• ft* lh# ••**•• would I -Seaj/F****-^-* *■*"* Ru .? vra*,. pr^ ■ ____th* shooting gallery at Ul I ' ;«J aveaue south. ■_____. - "' 4> * A Willing Witness. i ! was a willing wit . 11* t" M • _, tach wa* a wtlilus »n J~H* «oid the court how th* _i.r» were operated and wh...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 22 March 1901

« Ail A BIG DAY The Chicago Commercial Club Leaves Seattle Well Pleased. The visitor* from the Ka*t pall ed this morning at i o'clock on their special trail Th«y slop at Tncoma today and are to be shown a big lumber camp and other feature* of Interest. Their day In Seattle was a busy one. The master ef the Halton. «'apt F. A. Wilson, was complimented upon the good time made by th* steamer. The run from tialbralth's dock to the navy ysrds, a .ll»l«' of 1? miles, losing made in a fraction over &J minutes. On the return from ihe I'ugwt sound naval station at Hrrmerton. th* Easterners wer* met st ha dock by carriages which landed them at ■ the foot of Madison etle*t fa . special cable cars, gaily decorat*d. took th* party to Lak* Washington. A cruise "ii th* ferry King County was made to see the canal (it*. At » M all landed and went to the pavtl lon. where supper *as served. Aft erward* speeches of welcome w ere made by some of ihe members of th- Meattte rhsmher of commerce, end an...

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 March 1901

PHONE MAIN 1050 jartier Will C.H..t -fa Osals it th. tsri sfM.-th i i t I : VOL. 3, NO. 24. NEW TWIST GIVEN TO THE GAS CASE IN THE FEDERAL COURT An Old Ordinance Book Mysteriously Appears and Helps Gas Company . in One of Its Serious Troubles. Jala. I'anforU. In the federal | JLrt. t/*fr*.n th* hearlna th:. motn _-_■ *. th. Injunction suit brought I k* th* Seattle less * E-eetrl. Com _-» asrai' th* city. .wriietualty iTtoinißi I* «*~"» *e*tn* agalrtet th. __* BaOSi'l •"'* ' Interest, under the Laarlston* of In* notorious '• : like ir_(r*r.ai<, which was prepare-d by 1 in* sttorneys l\>r ths a-* company -aj sIIPP*- through eounoll without im knowledaa of the corporation ■ After a brief preaantatlon of th. __ company's claims by Attorney Earn-' anal th* elimination, by a_T**—*nt. «'* many minor technical Batata, th* taking of testimony be > _ _9. ' J™* Coirina. ex-mayor, lesttf.ed y_ { mr, - his offlclal term. In I Ml. M inaea.ll orvtlnance was passe-. &_* the status of t...

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