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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 23 March 1901

<* / .TLESTAR ** . jJaNaHiN » a • MAT ■ * Moon. Main 10*0, *S *«•»•* ■>--"»hl"-' C*. •■* X**-* ~-__-a * * *_. ■"*"__.' ■t'HAli; • • B»sl«.*s M.*-**. It //.ait isar **«>*. .is raiitt «f "•_» _* __*„, ernli par rnemlv -.llvee.4 *» ■bit .a- r**rl*»_. N. re** .-*».** iicnnifd*^"■■■•.:■ • Avenue Erit.es. .1 111. aa**tn*rae* .1 '•♦•tt.*X W.saV >n«tca. *c ••ecl-a-Las trait... MINNIE WAS NOT THERE The Actress Was Rot lei the Mix-up* NKW YOltK. March _:l— Theatrl cal Manager Dingwall, who waa shot by llotw-rt Moulton In the I*at>*t res taurant yestcralay morning, ts rest- Ins comfortably this manning, and will sp«**dtly recover. The actress, Msy Huckley. whose favor Moulton sought for a long time, has i —n.-.i a statement that Minnie Seltgman "was not with the party In the res taurant at the time of the shouting. Dust on Shipboard. A "dusty" ocean hlghwsy sounds almost incredible. Yet those who are familiar with sailing vessels know thai no matter how careful ly the deck* may ...

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. — 23 March 1901

AT' MAHCIt 89, INk fAST TRIP Of THE DOLPHIN jIN Lynn Canal Run Made in 6 Day*, 2. Hours. esirorr Dolphin. Capt. night [___. *kagway. compli-llng on. _f I S**,,,-.! trU>* ever made on tho *•_. canal run. The round trip "fmail.- in *i» «*••>» "''J » hour*. __». br/mght down N i-»s. ™ -live of whom were from the [ ***_'' „ j Miner, a protnlnsnt !_Soa* csttle dealer; U. •«. r-laden. S*sv"»*. H. M. Savant and J, W. __> B coin» >J the Interior Con *••',, H. O. Kane, of the _*kai_> *»**__..— l»>rt. wax brought '*' 0 n lh* Potphln. He la suffer fjfrem an atlack or melancholia I _ accompanlez-t lo Waahlngton I Jf» icrsTant and a lied Croa* _______' ________——————— limber ol Yukon Council. i E. Glmuard, of Athabaska. ts In _i«i. today, .ii route to Dawson. S: _tre.ssnl Is a member of the ..is council and registrar of land* **_!:. '''a leading Athabaska __iJl«nday. he was given a ban fit st which Judge ChoqUettr, of aisirerinr court, presided. **. i.irvuard said that the rece...

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. — 23 March 1901

/ fIOUSE dURNED DOWN /Twelve Patients Suddenly Hustled * to the Retention Depot. Yesterday afternoon, at S o'clock, the peslhous* hlUtled l. the ground. Thrr* were 11 Inmate* conrtnrd al th* tlm. the fir* occurred and they war* removed as quickly ss peiwlbl* In the retention hou*e. Nearly all bl the pattenta are eonvale*c*nt. con sequently '». sudden exposure I* not considered dsngerou*. - t>r. Carroll, assistant health i'lW r*r, started at one for th. scene. The fire originated in a ,let.. Ul* ;. flu*.' _ A. J. Merchant Dead. -•_ Andrew i. Merchant. sg*d «|, died < yesterday at the residence of hi* sis ter, Mr*. J. Hendrlcktwn, corner of L'Uhth avenue and Stewart streel, from he/*- failure. 11. was a broth ». of Itobsrt Merchant, the Well known comma*.!. merchant. H* has resiled In Seattle for the past ll years. Th* body will be .hipped >•' Itutterworth'* tonight, to Portland, Or„ far Interment. ____ Swindler Arrested. y The '!,■* thi* afternoon ascsrtatn. Ed thst M. C Rsl...

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. — 25 March 1901

PHONE MAIN 1050 ,_,_,*, Will B*''•*' ''• Csnt* st th. *ia .eaa.sitii l t t ' ' \JoU 3. NO. 80. FRIGHTFUL STORM CARRIES DEATH AND DESTRUCTION THROUGH SOUTH Reports Show That Hundreds of Persons Have Beon Killed and In rorts Show That Hundreds of Persons Have Been Killed and In jured and Millions of Dollars Worth of Property Destroyed. V-: I ... _____a_N___ * »-.'..-.'■ ' fjll_|l\<3HAM. Ala. March **.—I ft terrlflo. eye-tin* swept through ' I «■* elty 'bis rooming. vine death i ' u_l rata In it* was*. All the wire, ira.d.ian in.l it I* almost impossible , I „ obtain detail* uf th* horror. r»..'«*h i* known, bowsv«r, to show ti_t th* disaster 1* an appalling on* ■ r is CMlaln thai at least twenty _vr» ,v* been lost and that fully KS _*»,.. woman and children have : _** Baslmed and crippled. I preni 'lutale. s*v*n miles west if lure. ___■ th. news that the , rst.r* lawn has been demolished, tr-ii a... -. lives hay* been Inst and ' Isßdied* of people Injured. ' it Is now thought that ...

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. — 25 March 1901

'fi™ THE SEATTLE STAR (.van. arrir-«Ni_osr axcePT iWOAfz ■i-h.iie Main 104*. By Star Publishing Co K. -sup WKUa - • ■_.*!___* 10. r, CHABB . . SSI-*"-""" Oes rniisr «*.» sis *•*«* *•» "*. _. .... ri, n.» »nt» r** meats. Ssil'si*** *v a-*tl ar earners. ft** rcss ee»i*a 110? llsird «S_3> Avenue gat.-, i.i rat wa*ii * S*attv*. **••,, teste*. •» .**.... I .I.** matter. ASK KIR HIS CRCDCNTIAIS. I The other day a fine-looking man appeared In a Sew York home and begin psylng court lo the daughter. _?ho had met him at a reception, ard he pleased her. lie was kind 10 the old fulks, courteous, a model lover, and in a few week* i marriage took place. Not a question «« asked. All believed w hat he told them. Aft er the marrjage It was discovered ; that he was a bigamist half a tl.vsen ' time* repeated, and as thorough a scoundrel as ever graced a prison. Keault: A family disgraced and a girl's heart broken, sll for the lack of * little precaution. It would almost seem that people like to be ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 25 March 1901

WONC-.T, m .n it IS. 1181. LAST EDITION. OLD MAN ARRESTED Captain Farnham, Keeper of the Pest House, Threat ened to Shoot Dr. McKcchnie. Captain John Farnhsm. over 80 __r* old. f**r many years a resident it Seattle, before then .1 mariner, _,_ for the P»*l seven years keeper a the city pest house, t« now m Us* coast Jail on a charge of •Mateßlng to kill Health Officer j_.Kec.nie. and raising other Jis tarts sesy fV trtfahis came to a head after _, burning of the city pest house ;_«. Friday. When that building -at detlroyed the sixteen people ',__, _■»/■* confined there wer* ato\ - ■4 i* th* building set apart for ths -ap*.-teil ease*, in which Captain yvnh-ra and his wife occupied two _,«» There whs nut aufßctSßt —, rr for all of th* patients sal *_rc__ini was ordered to give up on* aMs room* temporarily. Thi* he Maaid to -1" and. drawing a r*vo|. ,*. drove Dr- McKschnl* tr^m the __ US r_. M* was subsequently Mad tn a saloon, disarmed and __„_ to JaM. Hl* art fa. who Is over _i «ar*...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 25 March 1901

,"*" ■ . BUSINESS WILL STAT WITH SEATTLE MnJ. Ruhlsn aski l for bid* on Feb. 5 for th* tran*iiormtlon of govern ment supplies to Nome snd Bt. Mi chael, snd for th* lighterage of freight st the*, points. The bids were opened on Feb. .0, tin were Lot 1 it Ixfaclory vi account of ths principal transportation companies of ths city not being prepared U i.'.l Anot'.ir Invitation »a« given out by M*J. Ituhlcii today, a.ktng th* various shipping rtrm* doing bu«l rt#*a between thl* port and Ala»ra. ti famish proposals for th* Ilgh'-r --lug «f government cargoes from tr* Itan.port* to th. shore at Nome sal Ht. Michael. U.ds will sl»o be sent out asking for propoial* for trsns jtortinu freight up ihe Yukon from Hi. Michael, and down by way of White lioni/. and Skagway. -. Houghly estimated, there will be PEANUTS I AND MILK . Ai*PUl_!x. N. V.. March ZS.-A |>int of pranut* and a glass of milk have been th* Jelly diet of John A. Kraus. SS years old, since the be ginning of- I_ent. lie hss gain...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 26 March 1901

PHONE MAIN 1050 gkjj will Cell*"* t» Ce*t* st th* *7,, sjs.tl. i : i i * VOL. ... N«>* l*g. TRAGEDY AT CASCADE. great Northern Tunnel the Scene of Death and Suf fering-Engineer Bradley Killed—Six Rescued From Death by Suffocation. grpKX. Wash. Match !*,—(Special Dispatch lo ihe Star).—A tragedy In Ih* Great Northrrn'e Cascade «*__.! occurred between I and . o'clock yesterday afternoon. As th* result, one man wa* killed nnd six were sgtfsKy Injured, •■-./-• latter being rescued a torn minutes h-__n their death would ti.t.% - ensued, KUSsd-Englneer Bradley, of Lea veaworth. Wash.; leaves a family. Injured.—Conductor WalJron. __-tgin<*er Del McCoy, of Skykomtsh. fir*/-*- George Wetland. ftrcwtn J. XX ■____*__ of ttlaraarck. nail. __*J_en_*it William Jewell. _. Another bra-a/*nian known as "Pedro,** DRIVEN FROM THEIR POSTS. might twin -*♦«■ •*• Pulled by engine No. ;s» and push*/] by engine So. TH easlbound to Leavenworth. w_i*i. entered Cascade tunnel at about I.So o'clock yester...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 26 March 1901

■ THt: ,i. STAR s^.sr~—_mx-—r—-m. i 1..-» amr-.ee *--_*-__-.«--' * BVgUY .vs-Tl'l'MjO** **NCr./*T gl_Mlr-a*f, I Thons Main ICSo, By tUr PuellsMa. Cm ■_ BARD .veil.* - - - ■**___• __. r, , ||_»_ . . 8.i.1.... M.n../" OS. cent p./ <•*!'. »i« *.*!. I* •-*»* _** Iw.ttlr-n*. suit |-.r m.ntti *all»«t**-a •» spall «rr cmrfrm. !.» ft—. S-*-t*a HO? I-ifd <«&>• Avenue _cat««i at MW *-»>'**"•*» .1 aasiti*. Ws.S trst.-n. a. ia-,in_ .1... n'.it". POLYGAMOUS SPIRIT UVCS. The passage hy both branches of the Utah legislature Of a Mil prac tically 1.-gtllslng polygamy shows that the eM spirit t» I ■' dead, ami that there le an Influence I" that stat- that I* widespread, deinonills- Ilia* and un-American. The governor vetoed the bill, al though It enlisted hi* sympathy. He feared national legislation and ad verse criticism, and so aald "No" when the harem-loving lawmakers bad said "Yea." GOT, Wells' veto ,-,'ntslr-s a hint and an idea. It wouldn't be a bad thing to lass the very natio...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 26 March 1901

aa-'lTfltlt' MAHCII M. 1961, ENGLAND " ALARMED May Partially Abandon Policy of Free Trade. • LC-N-'*o**'" *-»•■•■ h I*.—in the house ef commons to/lay Chani-rllo** Hicks •teach **"* asked whether. In view r-f the ergsnlxatlon of the Steel trust In America, the llrttlsh government _ivuhl propose to impose dutle* on fitreiin st*«l. ll* answered: "Walt _,_r th* budget. The question I* an swered ther*." • It Is rumored that Pnglnnd la about to abandon Its fr*e trade prln .•pi** tn *everal direction*, notably * : em sugar and steel, and post a regis nt on wheat. - Lard Cranbourne announced that . w in had agreed to accept the re falt of OS Inquiry Into th* TtenUln gMpUt* ______________ MINISTERS MEET. At a minister*' meeting tt lie Toung Men* Christian \**.H 'IS tien yesterday, the question of the ' greusi of H. IL Cayton and the trest greet which he alleges he received at ■>«. the hands of the polic*, was vtg jaiHJalt .'allseed At I". rnnelus • pa a committee of three, consisting af ...

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

*. THE SOLID SEVEN HAS REORGANIZED COUNCIL Schemes of Favorite Corporations Can Now be Successfully Put Through by "Sunset" Blake and His Friends —Also Other Schemes—Prophecy of the Star Fulfilled. Af the council meeting last night | the plan* of the "sttlld seven" to e_»ptur» the machinery were put In* I . tv effect. President Crtchton an _.iiuiic*d the t-ersoiitiel of th* com mittees fur Ihe ensuing year, and the prediction that the '"solid seven" aoutd be found in control was amp- I ' ; l_r\ verified. ■ '■*. Son-.,, striking changes were necea- Sttatetl, One of the most sweeping was la the finance com ml lice. Whvtv the 'so-M seven" had but one rep resentative. Rude, it now has three. Itlake. Navln and Kude. Parry and James sr*, left on the committee, , but ttett tnin.it an.l Muiphy are drop* pel. With "Sunset" liUke. Tommy _____*! and Itude In ctuitrnl of ths .finances the people can guess »!nt wilt happen. _*n th* tire and vater committee the same trt.i ha* control, lllake, '.N...

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. — 26 March 1901

PHONE MAIN 1050 ' „gill Collect IS Cents st th* £, f _UalS t I < I. » X.::. NO* 2«. EXTRA EDITION TRAGEDY AT CASCADE. I Great Northern Tunnel the Scene of Death and Suf fering-Engineer Bradley Killed—Six Rescued H__E.B___r ____^___B_______ _T*aV —Wm. SB *g From Death by Suffocation. '• COEX. Wash., March It.—Special Dispatch l* the Star)-A tragedy In the Orsat Northern's Cascade SaßM*.occurred between . and J o'clock yesterday afternoon. As the result, MM man was killed and si* were .stafaUy Injured, these latter being rescued a few minutes before their death would bays ensued. - KKed — Engineer Bradley, of Leavenworth. Wash.: leaves a family. i ?•' Conductor Waldron. , * k |A . ____rf__3 , Placer. Pel M Coy. of Skykomtsh. J '„ ,'__£ ./~ iT.&.^L'^^Pl'Z®' . ;>-**«**• -;•■ "ft Wetland. * %,. .■ « , • ■■_.- . I _• n_sJJ3KVJtJ±<£_ '^i^ttZiM I „}> riresnan J. W. Smith, of Bismarck. Wash. ' ;; " , :;;:•; ef^**___*Sl"Jyrtls^^ * »V». • Er*k*»*«. William Jewell. - I I <iTS...

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. — 26 March 1901

c ' THE SEATTLE STAR ktVBHx arrgRNOoN t-xcxtrt eiiKPA*. I'liene Main ICSO. 0* Star Publishing Co. a ti\.-*np wstxa "• • •_,■____.' li r. .HASH • - asstSSS* atenea-/ Or. ee*t p.r cc*»! .Is *."'» _*»,*_** " ««»*rtir.nt-. cents r*e it/inlli. sall.eree .. ■ n .ii or .....■*» He re»» ee.il** UK liii._.<4_B^ Avenue Enure, st the e-aiioSle. .1 Seattle. Was. tnsi.n, ss »««>r.4-«la»» a»»l«** ASK FOR MIS ORCDCNTIALS. The other day a fine-looking man appeared In a New York home and Ibc-san paying court a the daughter. She had met hltn at a reception, ard ht» pleased her. He was kind to the old folks, courteous, am-' lover, and tn a few week* a marriage lock phi Not a queatlon was asked. A. 1 believed what he told them. Aft er the marrlagre It was discovered that he was a blgtunlvt half a dosen times repeated, and as thorough a scoundrel as ever graced a prison. Result: A family disgraced and a jrtrl's heart broken, sll tor the lack of a Utile precaution. It would almost *ct.m that people...

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. — 26 March 1901

MONCAT. MAHCH tS. I*6l LAST EOITIOM. OLD MAN ARRESTED 1 . ■- Captain Farnham. Keeper of the Pest House, Threat ened to Shoot Dr. McKechnie. ' Captain John Farnhitin. over SO ; wear* eld. for many years a resident ef .Seattle, befor* then a mariner, ,„_ for Ihe Past seven at* keeper el the city peat house. ts now tn th* in iv Jail on a charge of threatening to kill Health Officer jlcKechnls. and raising other dla ' l_''«'ir-e Tii* trouble came to a head after lb* burning of the city peat house |__rt l*ti !*.». When that building »_» destroyed the sixteen people who were confined there were mov *_ to the building a. l apart for the ' au*|*" i". eases, in which Captain rsmhatn in.l his wl.e .a cup. two Ilii-M* There wis not a flirt Mlt staice for all of the patients and I p_rr.h:»t« was ordered to give up on* 'of ht* rooms temporarily. This he ' refuse-: to do and. drawing, a revoi . ear. drove In* McK-achnie from th* premisea He was sub***-..... tetrad In a saloon. disarmed and tatra ...

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. — 26 March 1901

• Hid. M. BUSMSS WILL STAY WITH SEATTLE MaJ. itllen asked for bids on Feb., *!for tha transportation of govern mriii supplies to Nome and St. Ml- 1 _____M. and for th* lighterage of i iirelght at the-, points. Tb* bids ■wer* opened on Feb. .0. but were! i.ci satisfactory ot account of th* j 1 principal transportation companies At tbe city nat being prepared to l»»d.. AnotMr Invitation was given out. by MaJ. lluhlen today, asking th*i .various shtpplng firm* doing bu-it- j .ne** between this port and Alaska,! [ttr futnlsh propx-Mla for the llgfe.*-*- 1 ing el government cargoes «.rotn tr*>| ttaniiports to the shore at Nome a»il[ Kt. Michael, lids «11l also be sentj 1 out asking for proposals for trans-1 porting freight up the Yukon from i fit. Michael, and down by way of) White llor*» and Skagway. Houghly estimated, there will b*j PEANUTS AND MILK K'AUUITRN.'N. V.. March IJ.—A (pint of peanuta and a glass of milk .bate b.-.:_ the dally diet of John fA."* Kraus ri years old, since ...

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 March 1901

PHONE MAIN 1050 " ' „, Will Cstlect IB Oents si the ..'...-(,_ ff,t Heath l t t I I frO!.. 8. Nt». 27. JAPAN COURTS A HUGGING BY THE SAVAGE RUSSIAN BEAR Opinion Prevails at Washington That Out of the Present Oriental Crisis May Come a War Invitation From the Mikado to the Czar. *********™—" -a_aaa—-_■__•» # •TARHINCITON. D. C, March ST.-Hlßh ofilt-lals here believe that Japan ts seriously contemplating ♦ . _ declaration of war netl-nt litis.la. i,>.*-. A ■#«?**•-' --■• -**l-*»--0 *•-**•■ attack the near, he need hops for no assistance .itr. from the rutted • ■ fjiutts or England. **lt ta to be the administration's -httlty hereafter to k«rn its hands off Furopran A . ___ i.i.-l co mill.all,-ns, a cabinet member thla rnlas .aid. .tint added: x A SO fill "It book* very much aa though Japan WAt preparing ta light, and »■>. might as well make up her ♦ B« Bra) <•• to Into it alone. Plucky and progressive as the Japanese are. It to almost ■ foregone con* ♦ ••*dß»t-**i that 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. — 27 March 1901

I THE SEATTLE STAR w -______r____u_si.s__g - pv<ny AFTM-Woote axewt su.vuat. Thou* Main IMG. D) Star s__|,,„lnt --• to. ttfitiit wru_a - - •'*-*-___' U, r. VIIASB • • nu.tn.aa \l»ft«««r Oe. e.ni r/-./ .-.'l »ls refits '" **** t* ressty-eie. ceats xmr i-ient-i. -tolls*-** S. *t»l| or . ai/'.-t. Nt> ... etwlM, HC7 ifiird «Sg2> Avenue Rnier* * a I the, r**t*»*tW* At I*-*** ■*•*!*_ Was*/ I l"a|.'i'. >c .Kvit.l tlm MHM Seattle now has a RoUd Seven In IU city council. The fact bodes no g.ttttt. The experience of many other American cities ha* demonstrated thnt combinations mi municipal law making bodies usually develop the worst me- of misrule and corrup tion. Why was the Solid Seven organised In the Heattle city council? Was It for '.he purpese of taking care of the public business In better .hi; No fool can lie found who believes thai way. Was It for '•■. purpose of aid ing the Sunset Telephone Co, I" fight down threatened opposition? It looked that way when the Solid Seven ...

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

•„*KnNrJ*PAT. maiicu IT IML SOME IMRrad DEVELOPMENTS IN LOCAL THEATRICAL AFFAIRS Seattle Theater Will Probably Become a High-Class Vaude ville House The Grand Opera Will Play the Klaw-Erlangcr Companies—Facts Which Have Leaked Out. \ It ran *-** -*•*••*- positively today t a_t , *.*_«« ** negotiation* which __* n*w almost Completed, coin* to gethlng. th* He*ttie theater will next «.«,.-« go Into the i •! i'ti.um circuit __ai become a first t■:_». vnudevtlt. mem* -Tk* tie's, tti .' tbe owner* nf th« fa-attlr theater are contemplating a .£____. of -lit. mill *o—» aa a Mat empress M ever. one In this cay. tot the negotiations have been __.-r.t-t! on very quietly an I the ut past car* ha* boon taken to prevent .>.. knowledge of the contemplated __sny- from becoming public. Csa Siste Positively. __* far ha however, ai.!.- to state Mltl-r.lv today that th* nrgotta* ___. are si _■____* completed, an,l that ,}. IX zohman. th* principal stork __*|«r o- the thaate-T, 1* now making *_* »»*r...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 27 March 1901

i SOME DEFUNCT FEUDS. -|ittlc-Strong War Lasted Twenty Years, and 126 Men Were Killed. „-._-. ..... Among th* notable Kentucky feuds that hats passed Into hiet-vy Kit the Little-Strong war. which Usti-it to year*. and In th* .ourae of .which IS* men a sir killed. Capt. William Strong. *n old t.nion notdler. wa* th* leader of tie' faction bearing hi* nam*. Tradition nays that he mad* ft women widows, •nd waa finally *ea*»ain*t*d In the twilight of the feud. No Little l**t- Sed ** long aa he, but their -dead ; -cads- place waa tl\fmn from other famine*. This feud raged In Jackson t'.'.n ' tv. It was at us height during th* Civil war. and regiment* of federal troop* wer* »*nt at nine, to t spreaa the warring elements, ■In one ftght In th* afreet* a do»*n men wer* .killed. A famous leader un th* the anti-Strong sit* waa young Jerry Mitt*, who bad IT dead men to hi* credit, - The t»»n».Mill War. Another 01.1-ilm* feud, with a long mortuary li»t. wa* th*t between th* famillea of Dr. Itrtr...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 28 March 1901

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