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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 28 March 1901

a THE SEATTLE STAR - aaV_.lt. Ar-TVttMHIN tr-XCKIT RL'NUAT. •Phone Main lee" By Star Publishing Co R*. 11*71 mi vrxix* ... »*iar. I- ir. 1 11.tti* • • Ibi.i-i-.. ».*...'. Oa. rwit per r*e» .is *..t. <" vet** rt i-v.i-i, z'v- cent. r**e meat* aaUlats. -r *<sll t>r /-.reiers. Kll — ...lea IK ltird -4S^> Avenue Knter-ht at i*. -a-.t«/*nc at *..<„- g a.-, 1e.t,,,' a. ..>>ii.|c|.m m.ti.r. TMt TROuaits or T. pian Ros-.es are like prUe-Pghter*. They win vlctorle*: autT.-r defeat*. If they are shrewd and shifty and tii'!. t. I I bOMra, they become famou*. Just a. dv the men of science and musei •, and the] Ita] In the game tilt it bel ter man cornea along, administers a »olsr i 1, tin blow, ami there is 11 new bos*. That bring* v* to T. C. Piatt. New York* Republican boa*. tit . an old man now. He ha* money and Influence. For year* It has been hi. {pride that no great mot. could b. 'made ln his party unle*a "rUATT WAS FIRST .BEEN." There *re kings who h*v» Irs* power th...

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. — 28 March 1901

-mntsnAT. MAr.cn M. imi. [Mil MUST STAND TRIAL :.. ... - | Mn «j Over for Operating Slot Machines. F»t.r Emit, proprietor of the Col* ambia beer hall un r*tt»t avenue and J-vtlumbl* *tr**t, wa* ye*trr*l*> h.UI ./ar trial I" »■*«•• •ur**""'l*'' court by l*t> _--» Jlltl** tleorge, on a charge of BVstatAlstnf a ntckie-ln-the-*lot 11l ll *The preliminary examination of _•___ con-.-i., '■■'"'■ Tu.aday aft* ***** -*-t tn* tl*n* ■**■ -*• Cawasi _'._ j. _• Wilkin* .. »r* examined on fc^alf uf the *t*t.. Cowon trstifl.,l ot.i he saw the marl. played on I*. tvenla* id Feb It.- Wilkes cor rttjorated Cow*n'» testimony. M, Gottrt.ln. th* owner of th* premiers '. akk-h Kmll'» »«loon Is loc»leil. tHt l..ed -*■_.. th* -****"* ■■■ been „ rlr _ to Emit. "__._ a.- wlines* called Tuesday mat K. 11. Bali, who conduct* * .___ l.araet tn one corner of the beer halt Th. defendant* attorney. Jay _> alls*, attempted to prove that the _.vtc* ten.! a* located in thai r«rt of th. room l.as I by Hall an...

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. — 28 March 1901

** SETTLERS ARE COMING J I l*i ttt .1 :«- r- Thraa Thousand Journey to tho Northwest. FT, PAt'U March SS.—Thre* thou rjntl prospective •enter*, half of whom ar* .Tunkard., i.'._-*e.l through Ihla city yesterday en route 10 thr raittlc North***!, wh*re they -all! i-.iir.munli*. Wa»hinßton will re- Hn_Uv*'a large portion .if the*, tmt «r*nt». ALASKA ICICLES. Wire and food euprlle. are belitfl i' ..-■ *,"i t. .1 from t-agl* City t* T. 1.:.-. over th* trail. Th. wire lUU be use/I to build the leiegr«pt. line between Ih* two ctttfl* .1 .lis I l-nee of 500 mile*. Urut. Krl.ksun, of lh* foiled ' Pit army. I* running a Une 'it i waflvn road between ICaal* ami lata- Part. Th* general course of ih.- Yukon river U being followed, but / th* big bend* are being cut ott. For si* month* previous to Feb. 1. money order* aggregating Dearly ttl.-a.ROa hay* ta-.ii ,aa , '. by th. I-a a son posttiflti-e. Th* total l**u ance far th* >c*r will exceed -ViiW John .ney, brother of Thorn** ivian.y. In th....

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 29 March 1901

PHONE MAIN 1050 e,rrl*r Will Cells,-l -*. Cent* at th* c Month I 1 ■ * « vol. .'-. NO. _.>. SULTAN'S SO SCARED 2 -. ■ ' ■ Fearing Assasination, Excludes Tourists. ■. YI—NNA. March tt. —Advices re „(,«! here from Cor_tanttnc.pt* say .__t the Sultan, because he appr* i_P_- assassination. * ill exclude all { jsrt-t' from the precinct* of Ttlilis ffmtk. where hi* pal«f I*. HOT AFTER A COUNTERFEITER KB Ten Dollar Gold Pieces in Hi* Possession. writ Service Ag. Nt Hell today ha* In tut laisei-asliin a III) if.'l.l piece sRs-r. *a. passed last night on a Sir*.«itlrr at th* Snohomish bar on jti-a* *v*nu* south. The coin ta * : _)**t.rfelt and t>oth th- polic* and •wist *ervic* agent* an* *>*__-t__-t_tr ts* city tor l—* man who got rid of lg. ** they believe htm to be el.ver j-nrntrrf titer. ■ tat* last Bight a well drmil man fftfrrrti the Snohomish, bar and ord* t _H. a _nnk. ll* _ray* th* bartend* «*■**»' fold piece and told him to .**. ike chance. Shortly aft ht* apart*-** the ba...

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. — 29 March 1901

•-• THE SEATTLE STAR _VRUIt jT-rTniINOON KXC-IT *V'Nl>* „ "Phon* Main 1-*- By Maa i*ubii»hin( Co. ir. iiAS-.hr. —-iaa • • •"-**•__. a. P. I'll a** - - i*ii.is*** MS".**" * t*** rem r*r rtstt. .I» **"t* **»* •___} •* ta.nly-Ar. ,-*(» eer monlk. <I*iiv*c*m *> *<«ll er larri.r*. No fr** z-ezr-t**. 1107 inird <*jgfr> Avenue rat,*.' .1 th. *ast**V« st ***lU*. "**' lesion, a, .rcml <Iss» m.11.r. L ———— STAR'S TCLCORAPHIC NEWS. The Star receive* tatty Ik telv graphic repairl of the Scrtpps-MrUa* 1-rivss association, sent out from i'hl cag>> over id. Western 1'm..11 win*. The Star ha* no "greased wire." It I* **ll*ri.'.i to gv-t It- new* over plain wire* which have m. grease on them. In many respect* the Star* I*l- graphic report of news event* occur* In* throughout the world I* far su perior lo Ihe Associated l*rt**s re port furnished to afternoon paper*. Th* morning newer-*!*" of the Kast control and manipulate th. Associ ated Pre** for their own advantage ■ml i...

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. — 29 March 1901

FWDAT, MARCH 9*. IMS. JfIST EDITION^ | BYMNTRAST. . .. WAfSIIINt-Tv''***' W* r- ---»•'-'»» »-— I irdlng Fun: «i.J punlehlng i.-inaMo are th* prltitlp*! them**! _»,ad by the rablnet today. All ■ 2_ailß_rt concede th*l the Kan.au ?_rv*» Rouirthlhß *o*t, but unlit' ,«,, comi'lrle r. port* rca. h tho artahtent. nothing will he done. It I* the e-ntlmont vt the cabinet _, \gulnaldo *liiiuM t>« Bent to ! GIVE PARDON. ClSoi*****- *'*|i*an;'<'z Mtcch St.—An-; l__*#*C_ra.fte ».-ld today: I^Teif Agulnatitii ha* bten captured. | |V»«i R»r» **••* P*-"tdent will dlreel j • -ut s* thi" •"« treaie/T like tho brave j ii .ml f»U«n victim of the fat* ofi L,t r*m*mb*riog that TVashltipton! m_^is have been calltil a rebel If j !,rir!ii»d. Kvtrythlng I* pardonable | mx a. I. who flghta for the Inde jjlßßß-R R** -H* country." BIG SCHEME. "_"*I_ANTA. O*- March _>.—Oov. Mailer a»ked fcr hi* opinion ** to ,-*, in;er disposition of Agutn.. :' a*-:' ,*_[_k* him president of the Phlllp j_sr republic, a...

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. — 29 March 1901

4 P. C. KNOX TO ACCEPT Prt aidant's Offer of the ml torney-C«nerjlihip TYASHINOTiTN, •>. C\, March .9.— It It generally understood lhat Mr. I*. C Knox ol Pittsburgh, to whom President McKlnley ha* offered the attorney generalship, will accept lhat Invitation to enter the cabinet. Xlr..Knox was al the White House, [TR-atf- he spent an hour in prlval* conversation with the president. STUDENTS' FUN. .*. trio of I'nlverslly student* furn tsh.-'l much *mu*ement to th* people os th. streets last nt.ht. Wesrtng costume* sdorned »nti skull* an.l i'ii'.i.|i„iiis, snd various other my*i -10 syiiits..!.. the** young mm Indulg •«1 in a tooth-pick sn.l peanut raco. Ka. a got down on hla hand* and knee* In Pioneer »u,uar*. snd en deavored tn roll a peanut around th* block with a toothpick. A crowd -.•ather.il snd Jeered the young fel low*, earnec.ially when th- man* he., around beating toy drams. Then an* of tht boas, who v a populist. made a speech vtsromualy denoune la* Hryan. It was receive...

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. — 30 March 1901

tflil- Only Paper In * Seattle That Dares L Print the News : : : .01. 3. NO- °- IT'S WILD, IS THIS! ladrid Contributes a I ••Yellow" Chapter. j, aD *II*X March JR.—Th* Filipino* l__ R-* ... ,0 •*•■•••--• Puns t*mi .i , ___ in th* capture of ******* I K___|fA*ni member of th* colony ,M b In constant communication " *»» th* Filipino center* of Europe, ",_,- tat- be belle, cA poalttvety that *__l-t'- r»pt*re wa* a put-up '.t__mt which Kun.ton. ha***•*•_, ha„ r.' *_*—• . _____ I V rx* recent R-heine of lh* Amert _'__Ja_i|t_*pln« conimts.l.in tv e*U.b __. loi-al R-orerntrtent as. com *** ■-.-, to .at Trias, '■Ts*ih* other leader*, all of ">__ [ "rrrel IRT *cC*Tt the trrrn* offered I_T_- .merU-n*. with exception of r!__!r_rtn.\ Handle*—, and s*air-sr. 'f-Vrjan-lrtn.. held out for _ better __ttEa that offered him. a* g-ood !____«_* bad t**-n offered .\>-uln- Ate j_t*e and other*. i>n account *I#A_rJ*ndrtno'* obstinacy, he *ald. L_______5 > bad JT^^nee*' of "Tan _*Tm_nd of the p...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 30 March 1901

2 _ THE SEATTLE STAR -V-iiv ArrriiNOi**- kxckpt r-nuav. •rti'ii* Main 1040. By Star Publlßhlng Co. •is. MArAnn * rl_* • * * tMltar. _ y VIIASIS • • __——* -an**". " «**«* -in **»» •****»*! ft -am— _*?.____, _. tweolf-Rv* -rant* bar miiwh. **ts**_**a* *1 O.all or rarrirr*. he -—, taaal/M. 1107 Ifiird <^_^^> Avenue Sa-rrtsl at lh. |—.10«_. st *->*lll*. ******* trai.-n. a, sr.o-.iJ ... n.«it»r. a PLEA FOR NATURSLN-SS. v Once upon a lime there was a little allp iif a girl who sun* In a rhurvh In a Western city, She didn't poa- Aram a grand voice, hut »h* aang Wa a thrush. It w.*ie ca*y to ctoee one* eyes when she was *in(lng and tee Itnvti fields and branches tossing lt» th* brceie. Ota* could h**r the cry of " tin meadow lark, th* __- •* he—, and nil the** pleasant fancies catne rrom the natural singing of a Kirl. After a while *h* went on th* operatic -t.i* -. but she r. inalnr.l nat ural. "Just on everyday girl." I hey called her, mil she wa* a aucce**. Not because eg great a...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 30 March 1901

''PAT. MARCH M ISCT. DISCOVERS DEAD MAN Corps* Found In a Marsh After Tan Yaara. ATAIV *•**• -u*r*"'T to.—A roys ,*y f of 10 years' standing has lieen .letrvd up by lh* finding of Ihe fair |z._*ll-prir**"*'rv»d r b,H,y „f a man In » riortit* swamp, near !>-iv ion*. Th* ted! hi* tort n Identified «* thai of {__■_. 1. Tod. nephew tn ex-tlov. __il of Ohio. d-me* T.hl disappear ut tn-' Pajftaaa lo year* ago, and _„ trace of him wa* ever found. * Rough th* hum wu* continued for «.»•-.. At last. Tod* body has been found by • man who wn* hunting £* bog* In the low marshland Real l_jto—a. The chemical comp._ttl.-in of the ajarth-water preserved Toil's bod). an.l BORatft- Identification wn* fur* tWr mad* possible by the dead man. a o*_-ftt*.-st letth. hi* open-face watch. Jtruss * Ml graphite pencil and _!t nose _.R-Ria. FREE METHODIST CONFERENCE ' •fR* *tv_*hlngton annual .*onf*t _f c. Frt— kl.thodut church will In Ir.M In th* I'nllartan church on _**v ,.._ »'•• between like and .'nlort,...

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. — 30 March 1901

4 " LAST EDITION. THE INSTITUTE Of TEACHERS Next Week King County Educators Meet. /Yesterday th* public hot* of He attl* closed until April *.. durlns «h|. h time th* King County I*. .1. li rrs' tnetltui* Will be held tn th* Hlgn school building, A a exceptionally fin* program has been arranged and "ih. expense (pared to make this on* oflh* best Institute* ever held in th* state. IT. I. llardwelU whoa* services have been secured 'or the; occasion, arrived Ihla morning front t ninghampton, N. ... where he Is at present superintendent of tH-honl*. Mr. Ilardwell ha* l-een connected with Institute work for the past I.' years. Th,- greater part of this tiro* he held iii,. poailton of *ur-.rinl *nt of In.illlltra of New fork stat*. a position provided tar by th* Mat*. Th* duties of tb* position. bow*v*r, became too arduoua and he accept ed the positi«n h* now hold* tn Ittni* bampton. Tht* Is his first trip lo tb* coast, and he express, a htmsetf a* well pleased with our . 11 v and dim* *!...

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. — 1 April 1901

vol ■'. NO. 1. GHASTLY SUICIDE Everett Is Shocked by Bloody Deed ' iTCTKTP. April I. — Prank 11. ?\»»fw\ blacksmith, **'"' M. torn- IS af Lucerne county, l*a., killed ye&'J here or ahootln*. Tha body J^dtasjvcrcd tea >liav k on Hewitt liMaV' (ny * policeman. 11 presented I ,_»jtlv sight. . Naugte had tint ' rwJ W ***** hi« Jugular Vain with j It*** '" I'll* In thla. ha lay down LMI bad. Ignited tha bedclothes n.ta«» blew out hi* train* with a, L.rr-1-aIINT rifle. Tha sound of im fatal »h»t attracted, th* In v. »tl< ,*,» a* Policeman Miller, and ha L,.»-yJ In Ih* »h».-k. Winn ha ax j, T «j, v .... '» body •> a* Already In I Zm rf cremation. TV ttfcide bad left an a table In; *»r.«-a> a blood-drenched notebook, I L «ksch »r» written the following «4« from Ella *.Vh*el«r Wile**/ •am •'Her* and •Cow*"—■ , *«»„ In th* heart of th* »'HI. gar* in the «•»!» and the Jin. Hr» where our n>irit« war* hurled, | X* tettl* with »orrow and sin.- padrracath iht* quotation «v 'artt...

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. — 1 April 1901

I THE SEATTLE STAR fcvtatr AKTr.nNooN ksc»:i*t sunuat. •Phon* Main 1040. by Stir Publishing Co. k. HArvrtr. wnlUs"*- - • ***'"*• ' K. r*. ciiASk - • Baatatea Matte**. o** tent ear **J>»; Ml eeale f*rJ*__J ej . teeetvltv* e*nl* per month. ... *>«i! tie tr.jn.rt. K« ... ««*!•*■ :,07ir : i.d<*B* Avenue Knt»r*l at ,>,, *»'«•««* .i Statue, Was** tagten. .. ««xt«4-«l»*. m.tt.r A LAW TO ENcouaaoc MgRRUOE Pennsylvania wants a law to en courage marriage, Hy the term* of n Ml! just Introduced In th* leglsta-1 ture, bachelors' over 40 years of age must pay SIM for a marriage license fee, and the same amount when they KO out of the state to marry, IT Hill NOT DO You can't fine a man Into making a happy home for it woman mid. Incidentally, for himself, | A dcslr* to save a few dollars won'! make a man put hi* neck Into the matrimonial halter. It ts true the the bachelor men and the bachelor women are becoming an army—their mind* Intent on business care*. They are- content to forego t...

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. — 1 April 1901

""^npat. ArntL t. te«L JjST EDITION. "arrested. at I'ETKriPlß'Ril. April L—Sev ___tt**a mamhers of the revolution !» commute,- have been srrcried ncr * desperate right with the po * Tw* presses were selxed. So r **** [ml- ■' - have liven arrested. !*v,.f el th* ministers ar* said to t« weir*- * cuirastes. PAN AMERICAN EXHIBITION , «—,, executive commissioner* of [_1 pan-American exhibition sr* !«wv preparing "*",','■ " :" .' '"',';.' 2"_-t|entt, vommltteea and others then, (hey de.(r* to Interest In th* BuSah. exhibition. Th* commi* _.-, an", .i- that there I* to Iv _)«sar* given to nee.ll* work exhib it*, a* lb« time and space would not *pr_iit of any extensive show in tk*t Sine. tfceere exhibit* of AVeatern AVash ritoß are to be a*scmhle»l chlsrly •t Everett with th* *xception of c*,** from King and Pierc* counties tpch *UI h* assembled at their re iaMtft* county *eals, Mpace for '-tt* exhibits at Buffalo I* to b* nrttsbe-t free. But privst. exhi bitor* will be taxed from IS cen(»...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 1 April 1901

4 BOLD THIEF ROBS BANK Cleverly Steals $5000 From an Eapress Package tN'KW YORK*. April The Hank Commerce of New A'ork ha* in rmed the polte* that a package -..pposed to contain *:..i>oo in cur rency, shipped from th* Hank of Col umbia, of Columbia. 8. C through the Southern Express company, has arrived at the former bank minus Plue. An unknown thief had deftly ■-.ntnt..l a package of paper slips. * theft wss one dlsplsylng un usual cleverness. Detectives have . twin set lo work on the esse. To Chech Education. ST. PKTERSnURO. April 1.-Slx ty-nlne university students, arrest ed for alleged participation In th* recent rioting, have been released. Ktirther rioting I* reported from Kelff. but no particulars ar* given. Tn* government la considering plan* to reduce the total number of at ten Bant* at universities. CITY OFFICIALS OF VANCOUVER Th* city officials st V»nr,.ui'r, tt. I ',<_, arrived In Seattle yesterday morning on the Malnlamler. They same to lnveitlgate the cod of man ...

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. — 2 April 1901

M Only Paper In •Seattle That Dares fprint the News : : : r^Oo. aa. [GOV. ROGERS TO M'KINLEY I Slikt That Gallant Haiaard Brothers Ba Rewarded for Capturing Bguinaldo. • iTMIi. April The following talegram. requesting Pres •_at JteKilil*!' «v raaogataa and reward the gallantry of the two ' hoys—Capt- Russell T. llaxxard and l_.-m. ... p. M. Has • efft ii.i- partlclpatton in .Jen. FuDßteA'a capture of ...lulu s'__a"_S» I**"* •*-' l, *f 0o""' Eosrera: _ ST tfc * prestdrnt. Hon. vVUIIam McKlnley, AA'sshlngton. I' C. • -rwar Sh*.—' sincerely hope that promotion may lie stven .'apt. * Vv_.rU T. H*«*ard and Ueut. O ,P. M. Bastard, fnrm.rly of the !*_aißSi»n volunteer*, who were with den. Futiattm at the time ! 3 ifct c*Pt«~* of AsTUtnaldcv Iran vouch In lh* fult**t manner I**? -_■--" T llaaaard. Ills chsraewr a* a man and as rawly of th. ! vvttßile* 1 ;- ' >: '''" |r"",!>'n at the time ' ni* •*i |,ir* v" ' ' leas rouch tn the ruiie*t m-j ' w v*»r: I**"l H" character a* a man and a* ...

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. — 2 April 1901

9 THE SEATTLE STAR) -A KuYalrTEMN^el I X. ' rV SI Ml •-. •Phone Main It.' By Star BublitMng Co. a, iisrviip wtuxa - • ••*"*' li r. .11 ASS • . BailßiiiMaaaser. O*. rent ,_, seen »tt easts r*f_»••* _* l^eni»-nv. .-at* r*r rflenih. lilloom " *.«il or earetsr*. Na -re. iwl* HOc Ifcird -SS: Avenue rntervtd «( («• **»«<>**""• •* *»*«**. "•"•*•»• i- st. . •* M*>.n--rl.*« m*»««c. TBI BRAVERY OF A CHILD. In Philadelphia the clothing al a Mrs. Anna Ton.* caught nr.. and she was enveloped tn _Ma There was no time ta summon help, an.l hi lit- He daughter. Ida. ■tripped th. burn. Ing clothes from th* mother* body. Th. child was frightfully burned herself. She forget -elf She forgot everything except that the bring she loved more than she could tell was in peril and suffering the mis! awfu. torture. AA'ht n hetp arrived a dying woman Waa found, and betid* her a child who was still -rush smoldering fragments of cloth in her hi If roast ed binds. The mother I* dead. Th- girl I* In I hospi...

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. — 2 April 1901

TUESDaT, APRIL " IWI, LIMEKILN LEGISLATURE IS MORE F-UrM THAN A BIG BARREL OF MONKEYS TIC.SOLI'I.I'. Msrch Sl—(Cortv* , _etid*ac*).— The "Umchlln Lesiftat {£„- s* lh* Br»t attempt of Hawaii gg« to govern themselves I* derisive jy s'.vvrt by political opponents, ha* ,'• „| as yet aucoecded In passing ,i rial* en* nt **** rn*ny bills Intro j _c*d, Th* bill appropriating money to defray ihe legislative expert*.-* . raised both houses, but because the ■en-ite returned tt to the bouse re atit-.itmf that tbe spelling ot the Jtvtd "fourty" Iw iHirrectinl to tvnd VERY AMUSING. rew It out. The expense* were oritied for by Joint revolution. VERY AMUSING. Th, ----- n Is replete with humor t incident*. One of them occurred it Saturday, when the Hrtllsh ad . sdrst *l'h ht* aide*, dressed In th* ' tanreeu* livery of the royal navy, visited the rapitot building. At the t»,!»n.e of Gov. Ikile, th* govern ment band, etatloned In th* old coi. east' -i band»(and. (truck up "Ood <Ur* th* King" as hi...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 2 April 1901

___ M'KINLEY BUYS THEATER. BM_a_a|__s__*a President of United States Secures Control of the Canton. Ohio, Grand Opera House -New Rules Go Into Effect. CANTON*. 0., April L — William | McKtnley, prerident of the United ;State* of America, sill hereafter be known aa "Hill" McKtnUy. opera liuuse manager, whenever he come* lo thl* city. Preeident MrKlnley ha* ".purchased th* controlling Interval In the Orand oiwra hou** of Canton and .ha* placed hi* brother-in-law. M. C. Marker. In temporary control; but It I* known here that th- president himself wltt take active Inlere.t In ; the management of the Grand. Starting a Fight. . The president's hand has already • been felt. Mr. Marker l* said to have ] received Instructions from Washing, ton to enlarge th* free Hat of th. "theater by placing upon It the nsttt.* of Mark Manna. Lyman T. (lag*. IMrry Heath Theodore Hoosevelt •and Brother Afaner MrKlnley. This increase l. liable to reuse | trouble with th* managers of trav eling companies, as ...

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. — 3 April 1901

•rSlifOiily Paper ill o* Startle lii.it Dares jp print the News : : : vol, 8. -*°* aa* DEMOCRATIC DEFEAT. Is Result of Municipal Fight in Tacoma. S Elect Only One Ctuncilman - A Victory for G. 0. P. prtl i — A aweeplnjt p-iaatma ..itory is th* result of _, »tt*dcll>al election in tht* city. M ais* eouacllmen elected, seven m s^pshtiv-ans, on* la a Democrat 0i»oe a illls***' candidate. Th* mm polled wa* very light, and the | MOO* was almost devoid of inter. at- y.st. elnf ar* the . oun.llni.n ward. Italph H. Smith. Rep.: j -'-aresd a*ai K. I. Halmaon. R*p.;: - e.p-1 sard. John Hell. Hep,; Fourth ! J^_ **'- tt. OlhlriU I»*m . Fifth -jftl 0- C. Bri'ten. Rep . and J. M j Mr*. )••> Stith ward. A. UJ »i»*j. Kei c.v.nth ward, K. A. I mm* titi*»n* Hchih ward, Ira U. jalirl*. tt.p *_. p.-....<• rats put no candidate, " a tA* **« i "** tD* First. Second and I Sd'Ji »-rd». BOLD WORDS. r_R!S, April J-— l-* Courier dv fir. th* mini tier! paper, com. <rsrtßti sn th* reported presence ...

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