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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 3 April 1901

2 THE. SEATTLE STAR kV_UV ArT-lINOOeTKXCKJ'T S-NUAV. 'Phon* Main loao. By Star Publishing Co. a. v iiir. win * . • • BMliar li P. ell ABB • • l»u*lß.** M»n*«M. On. e*nt par eerr st. seats r*» *-** •* tifi'ii m. cent* r»r month, • til"."*' •» Ball or carrier*. No a-., wwla* 1107 inird «_§£> Avenue Bitl»—«1 a. »h» eo.io*t!e* .1 Ssalo* ".-' Irst-S. a* a«-,.n,t . 1... mallet 'Ml WIFE LIVES ON. S. A. Veughan went Into the sick toon. Of hi* wife, at Birmingham. Ala., tenderly asked about her- con tiitlon. then went to another room j end blew out hi* brains. HE DESERTED HEH WHIN 811' NEEDED HIM MOST. 11. promise at the altar to love and cherish her In sickness and In ' health was moat cruelly broken. While »he lay on her bed of sick- Be**, halt ling for health, that she might assist him la the struggle for life, he was In anolher room writ- Ing "MY LIFE HAS BEEN A FAILURE. FOHCHVH ME." . Them cam,' the desertion. Being a woman, she WILL, for give him. She will continue her battle for li...

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. — 3 April 1901

trKPNK",r>"'*T, Amu. s. mi. MOST inter™ INSTITUTE YET HELD Six Hundred Educators Are in Session and Valuable Work Is Being Accomplished Exercises Will Continue Through the Week. F-tty 4*4 pen.n* were In attend -tei at ih. Kir.* County Teacher*' ,-,,|;utr today, and keen int.-rc»t in „. proceeding* «... manifested by .__ Th- general program for ihe and day began «i * « m, After Bttalc by <be Lamont Platers on tßrocation followed by Hey. "£, M. -aadalL Harry Mlddtebrouk rend ♦*».! » vocal aolo. Then at '.• (> the mtaar" w.wk began. ■ IS the special help section, O. C. „ ...tie, pre. .I, I l.lt.ralur. vT»» *h!y di*cus»e<l by 1' L. lUrvt «o. Primary reading wa* Inter -Unity Uhiatraied by Mary C. RiTm snd her pupils. The discus JJoe *.-• led hi Meta 8. Armour Pi sit) S.eden la the primary section. Cora n. T»e» presided. Speer work wa* Matted by Jane-tte Tomlinson snd »er class. who sis* l'.lusitate.l "Du*y Work." The dlscus.tvn was led by _*» T. Car* Ia th* Intermedial, eeetl...

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. — 3 April 1901

** NEW BUILDIIKi IS FAVORED Chamber of Commerce Prefers to Own One Itself. .... The bulldtng questtnn will prnb ' abty be sell It-it by the chamber of commerce at It* meeting thl* aft "trnonii. The committee appointed to iHtnslder the plsn of Irsstng a »lte el Flmt and Spring street w-11l r*. j'.sr. (siilay, I( !• said that the prop . cliti n will be rectuiinicnlcvl *» a benefit to the chamber tif cvuiimercsi and a paying investment to the In- I'l.llual* whst take (tack. The pre. Ilrr.lnarles of forming Ihe buttdlng tonmiltte* may be takrn thl* after noon. The space in Ihe building VtlU he rented before Ihe »(ructur* is completed. -- * ■**. Baseball Next Season. The Prattle I his. hall .lilt- will meet In the Hotel Seattle Thursday even, ing and elect officer* for -he asso ciation. J. J. Pox. a prominent bus iness man uf thl* clly. ha* been fav srably mentioned for (he pustdon, and It is known (hat a number cf ! ; Btockholtier* are greatly In favor uf him. Th* prospects for the comi...

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. — 4 April 1901

-„11 Only Paper In llScattlc That Dares 0 nit the News : : : Jo L . 3. NO. "' DESPERATE BURGLARS BLOW AN OHIO BANK jeat Night Watchman Nearly to Death. Then Explode 15 Charges of Dynamite-Day light Protects $50,000. OURrjON. O- April I.—At in early hour this morning a desperate \ ammpt m** m** l *""' snd rob tho Ctttaens' bank. In this town. I j.j*s«ef cracksmen gained entrance to the bank building by fore- J»*t_4o*r. Night Watchman Pontrmy met them with drawn re- JJrS." Tie weapon wa- knocked from his hands, and then a terrible mtf atve^ When th," robber* had beaten I*omeroy Into unconscious. amtbty bound and gagged htm. and lh. n set about blowing (he safe. , e^ry rtfjttded 15 charg«s At dynamite against the doors, wrecking . M l the tnild* one, and securing %Xa% In louse change. r».; at the lost charge, which would have blonn the inside door and •n* Uw cracksmen cess to IM.OOO In money, was being set, daylight mis aad llwy fled. a ft* Bight watchman's condition la serious. It is ...

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. — 4 April 1901

I THE SEATTLE STAR gßastncßs D^puTtsl. Main 1050. Editorial ivpt., Tel. Main U3B. I. A^aA^^f^e»Aia^msK!pt*!f- -*.'*jfe!M-..*:■-:...i:^.^-.:.- '•■ .-^i'6^l***""***- UVKJIT AFTWINOOK exesiT SUNDAY a* Star Puklllhtng Co. R. iiA*.»nr> WSIZ*"- • •„■***! !- F. sliA" IJ - • PuslnaM Mana*.r Or. mi per earn «* *•«!• r»r we«k "' t f.t. **a!S fee meaih. ,+ret to *i*il «r camera. J*t» bra* eeartaa iiR liiM <HS> Avenue rntcr*! ,t IB* poetoWr* *t Sealll*. Wa*»- SI .In »f **CW*4-C|*** matter AS TO RULES FOR LIVING. "Yen assert that a man st SS 1* Just beginning to learn how t.v live. Statistics show-that fully half of the hum.in beings born Into till* world die under the sge of 55. Fleas.-tell us HOW to live. •A. J. W." The fact (hat so many people die young IS proof of lack of knowledge In the art of living. The undisputed fa. i that the Hge of mankind la In creasing IS proof (hat man H learn. Ins mar* about hlm*«>if and learn ing what to da and what NOT to do In the schtwl of experie...

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. — 4 April 1901

Titrw*"^^ Anr.it. i i**i [AST EDITION. WILD DAY. vFW YORK. April I.—Wild ft- Element held away on the stock SX* eksnie thl* morning and until well fnVj the afternoon. Brokers rushed •bruit shouting and gesticulating. «hil* Ihe niaiket advanced in leap. lam hound*. One runmr had It thai I new billion dollar (SOrporatlOß wan JL ,L farmed ms. sjuirr the Morgan tint rallied prom-riie* with ethers -l risk* a continuous line from ,iw Parllk* to ihe Atlantic other .Tries cf big rnmblnallnivi he!l«cd Is) S price* to top-notch. So fast -ere ninH*"'l"'' "■»'<<*• that the tape 5S not rrport "»'"' "> J"u»* Fremont Church Reception. . n-reptisMi wa* given in A*bury ME. church a( Fremont last night Z> ihe new member* of the church. «, k. X- l>rum presided over the A number of Seattle mm totert were present. The M. I- or »h-«f* furnlshcl mu»lr. Refreah .-.- were served, and '.It evening Sic pa***! pleasant l>. WEATHER FORECAST. Seattle and vicinity-—Tonight and frfdav. occasional...

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

; 4 THIS CLERK WAS A FOOL And His Littla Joka Naariy Coat a Ufa. NEW YOKE. March *>.—(Corr*a* ipontlence.l—A seedy-looking man, evldcnily fr<'tn out of (own. walked Into llell'.ya hotel last nlgiil stul asked for a room. "1 taaei on* right by the flre •scape." he said. "Ain't Iteeii In New York long, and am afraid of them lire*." !Ii» signed the register with a *,-rawl which read: "lianlcl Johnson, isilsbury Mills, Orange county." "!?* sure and blow out (he en*. Mr. Johnson." *aid (he clerk. nml ably. winking to a bystander. "bon't you worry." waa th» re tort. He went upstairs, took iff tils clothea and deliberately blew cut tne gas. 1 hry found h!m almnat dead, md took him lo ItooseVrlt hospital. WTien asked If he had bios n cut th* SB* he feebly said hi- h.isl. ansl mtit teres! something about "Alius oh*y. In' rule*.** ll* m»y die. Me la 55 ytara old. .;_. La'gest Man Aliv . A young Canadian giant, at present at Ottawa, is believed by his admirers to Be the biggest man In th...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 5 April 1901

filil Only Paper in * Seattle That Dares to Print the News : : : VOl. 3* NO. 33» BLACKMAIL! Attempt to Badger a Walla Walla Priest. Unknown Miscreant Demands Test $2,000 be Placed ' in Lonely Field. VALLA WALI.A. April V. An un — mri letter, addressed Jointly to rtrlstepher Knnl* and the Hey. fit** M- Flohr. of "Wall* Walla. mi threatening exposure if ta.P"" tn I mmay »** ''* given up unmeaNt, . s,«ai received by Knnts. Th let* u'r deiainded that the cash bs .!•• -I*o*l a! » certain *i-.-t in a del 1 *a*a)ng the penitentiary grounds, 7.7* „-,-1 -.-k in the evening, and Jnairß.-d to circulate a story mutdlrg Knnl* an! r. hr a. ghoul*. „ (_,. the demand went unheeded. __ story hinted at la that Knnl. •ad rather Flohr disinterred. In the ' Ea at cisht. th* body of a suicide man had been buried In the Itoman ■' mkeßc cemetery at Walla Valla. Mat*ary to tbe canons of the church. Tb* blackmailing letter was plac ,i M th* hands cf the local police. Tee *| l!, themselves In the tnianaled fi...

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. — 5 April 1901

Tt .THE SEATTLE STAR gllUatnrßs~FM-t«IT, Tel. Main lOMk KdUwUl Dept., Tel. Main 11M- L fcVKKV ArrtillNlKlN UXi-l.fT SUNDAY By Mai Publishing Co. '.*. llA.\\ttt> WELLS • • ■ P'ttitr. m\ r. MASK • • X.litis... M."*" Ob* tent pet ***»! *ti cccl* per m**A <* hen in- e»*I» r«r mcßttl. dflli.tesl »> B',ll s.r i-art-K-r*. N* free eetile* ::cni:iri4B^ Avenue fvl.tel .t th« re.tssnti» at »««ti'» w...s lritt.it. at .aeon.! . I.e. It's 11. r MANY MEASURES WERE PASSED At the Special Meeting ol the City Council Last Night. Local Improvements were tahen up by tho city council l«s( night. and many measures «ere passed. Protest* rrom L. C Kmlih and Vt. L. Smith, owners of prvperty on Occi dental avenue and Jackson atreet. tiKslnst the proposal to Isy water mains on these streets under the as- stssment system, were referred to the flre and wstcr committee, the city engineer snd the superintendent of ihe water department. The claims committee's report ad verse to I». Ulanchard a claim for ts...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 5 April 1901

frip^t Arnit. i, laet. jjjD MUZZLER ATTEMPT SUICIDE? mm at First Thought He Was Drunk. I *.„,!!»! Mull'er. a (eamat.-r. **. ,'.j imcoo'clous on the sidewalk ___t the corner of F.mrth avenue iLi.h and Main *ir,*et yeslerdnv LinnW. J»"l,r Siepler re*pond*.l w • e*!l and Muaaler wa* removed MMtIM he*st<l"»'■t *'r•' There he wis SMsaSad by Berat. Ward, who, MuMtcr's fatling, (old Slen jtjita ptaiv the m»n In a cell ll 'end*r ask - i&s-sut U mlnules tnl*r S(epler had nct-ittoo to visit the cell, where Mvi- Iv( Md bctn placed, and noticed ___{ hi* face ba.re a |>*tncd expre* \Z* Aeslitant Clly l*hyalcl»n Car- Zn »»* summoned and t!t»coverett Jw, Mussler was *uffer!ng from lltrihlse poisoning. AntKls'les were rtrs'lnissered, bul wilhout effect. He i«d *t •;** o'clock land night wiih - ««t hbblblb« cons.'lou*ncii*. Qeinn Woman Again. -Vjjjj, >•*! Qulnn and Charles Rut- At ser* nentenceil )r*trrday to JO jar* jr. tail by Judg* ileairae on a ,*«.:• ef vagrancy. They were fjasd to...

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. — 5 April 1901

4 WHOLE WEEK AI SEA WITHOUT ANY fOOD Ups and Downs of a Theatrical Company on the Tempestu ous Pacific—The Ordeal Was Fearful. But All Escaped an Untimely Death. I I A Week at fie* Without Food. ! Thla lit a story .if m. who go down to ihe ni In ahlpa. It la a aad atory of wreck and desolai|s>n. K. i nearly A week a pat' of 21 men and women float..l miserably on tll.s roußli .Horn of the I'aciflo. and In j all that time many of the party were! obllgeal to go entirely without food- j Fortunately no deaths followed this terrible week, and It Is now thought that wllh f.-i-.-e and skillful nursing th* memhers of the party will b* none the wt'.we for their frightful , experience. The people are today resting in the dlTerent hotel* nf this city, where every posaibla attention Is be- In. shown them, to offset the fearful time they .pent at sea. The party which left Los Angelas , last Sunday morning constated of T. Daniel Frawley. Harrington Keyn. old*. 11. 8. nuftlrld, J, It Amory. Harr...

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. — 6 April 1901

<^l Only Paper in 1 Seattle That Dares to print the News *: : V 0!„ S. ISO* an. SMASH-UP KILLS two ■jtslaMl 0„ April i.-A -^M train «a the Wheeling a tt ymetl w*" wrecked near a*t« W reealag 'nt<* a »»w»Wlcr J^ M 4 "wiled down a hillside an.l ' >*4 «a i_t (rack In a ravine. 2aar Ten Fisher and an un- Sfrtß*n •<-■■ kitted. One of the * .awn was slightly Injured. yOTSVILLF, Ky~ April «,-Ilt>. Zeal |b* bcxtng match scheduled ta, B»il*J off here between I'eter *_. w»J Kid McCoy. Chief of IV fVpr ■*>• be "do** not ap. _Zn at tt. but Is not sur.) he has |*J to prevent U." iGUSTA IS BURNED. lontana Mining Town a Heap of Ruins. fifceut Apparatus. Citizens fere Powerless-- Loss Is $75,000. KTTK. MONT, Arm * —Fir* yea eriar asaroyed the entire business pries ef the prosperous mining get at Aagasta, 5* mile* west from HAtTxiit Total I-.'..*. It's.**) lap a-tutt:-• Estimated insurance, r *- IWaiass started In J. C Adams a Cx* trasial Kail', an! read with r»l r»[4.lS!y. Augusta...

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. — 6 April 1901

I THE SEATTLE STAR Itustnesa Dept, Tei. Main 10S«. Editorial Depta. TeU Main 1138. ISVgItT ArTKMNOON CXCRFT SUNDAY. By star Publishing Co. It HARann IS- - • rtllar ). r. I HAS* • • It i.ns*. H»ts.«.r On* rent r#r eerr: *tx cent. r*r m*** JJ |,i,-.n fi, ... to. e*r easa.tti, eaßveiea to rs *'l er carriers. N.t I*, .aerie*. IC7 irrird <*ss3B*> Avenue Filter*.) .1 th. re*tr,ek>* .1 ...III*. W..» --tßjl.o. »» .«-,-ii.t ad*** mell.r r— " THE WAR ON CIOARITTES The evils rhargfil up to ctgarettt's ran., from petit larceny and .11' on ta» Inanity and death. The combin ation wrapped up tn i It* paper, which appeats so strongly In children ami sallow, a. tit's, and Is s.i earnestly condemned by parents anal the nied leal profession, may be wiped out one of these days Eleven state* have laws prohibit- Ing the sale of rlgurettes. and Hit* l.ivv-iv,uk of IS other state, no' considering drastli) antl-clgarvtte measures. There can tie no particular objec. Hon to the prohibition except on ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 6 April 1901

M T\npvT APRIL « IMI. EUROPEANS FALL PREY |r«jd*rf Plague Strikes Six In Ona Day. [CAPE TOWN, April *.—The bu ttmtl |>'*gD» I* st rraiiin* among the twiecns, leilry* rvp.nl* heir*- six vaypaean and fel* "ativa vases. No More Fights Here. MMIVILLE. Term.. Arrll t -Th rMW* of repcscntatlve* hi* r*»* '<i IK* bill prohibiting pilst-nghtlns • llhln tb" stat*. gad 'Frisco Boys. 1 * Harry Goldstein. Eddie Mtiler and tolu» sulllv*n, young lmv» Of San A,nc!sro. r*rrr.tly arrvstnt by Iv (fttive IV*ers on a charge of vag- Mj,-* *vr» yaatatday sentenced t* 3da j a In t»P city jail. _ Salary Raised. ■r. Tbe ■ *ooa* f commissioners met in n*u!-»" ***.', today. The salary *f Purchasing Agent A. S. Ruther ford «gs raised from iv. per month 14 l'" v> • fk« fadlowlng rclsll lliiuor licenses ■*m granted: To 9\ A. Wlmsetl at Tall: «> J"* Kraut at Riack l'n- Smh to Samuel La Frombola* at Umctctaw; to A. O. Pangborn at $a»iaalmle Falta. CUT FROM EAR TO EAR _^_^__^^__ '. S*...*:(t, - ji- Ev'DI...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 6 April 1901

A 4 SEVENTEEN WORE REGULAR POLICE Measure Belore the City Council Will Supply Th.it Number li The emergen, police question was taken up by tho City Council Thursday night, am! provision made for the retention tinlll next- Tues day night ot the ten extra wen. re appointed by Major Hume* Thta was done on tho understanding that an ordinance would lie paused on Monday night to Increase the regu lar force. A bill to reorganise tho forco was Introduced by Mr. Parry and re ferred to the police committee, •which will .port at the next meet .lß*. ,Mr. Parry, for th.- finance com • inlttee, brought up the sui'ji'i t lit admitted that the regular force waa too email, but objected to the emergency method ot enlarging it. Of the ten extra policemen whom 'Mayor Humes reappointed, only three were provided for In the rcg uiar financial estimates. The reorganisation measure. Mr. Parry said, was prepared In ac cordance with the views of Chief of Police Meredith It mould pro vide for a department made...

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. — 8 April 1901

-„11' Only Piper in ♦Seattle That Dares [print the News : : : fcoL. 3. NO- ;,T* CONQUERED BY CLIMATE sf. Ord«r» Americans Re placed b» a»tl»«». pi*** April •.—Secre- U^ has cabled Instructions "iSS*** Kerne jr. commander el • .^ |tc »iju»slt>'n to .-Mist WO -a sailort to nan gunboats and *' „»« \rm-<-i* formerly belong m tpaAn, but now used by the | nttet mat. a Tnr** n*,lv*• W,U Zm t»» »■'•' '* ■' of an Important *? it I* fP«»J »*** American!) 2* , t »n.l the climate of the Zftae* **•■■•■ '■ vessels. 'RE-SAYS: "I AM IN GOD'S HANDS." I natm. APrtl %.— The severe and JUat ttottol crtttcum ot Emprr.->r Sa« fuc his recently tspressed __Tal a lerolutlonory uprising la I _____,* brought from him the tot- I pom toy delivered twfore the IMHas chamber of lt>rds. He sold: ' i tent'tl OgalßSt the t,.—. t;. ii '. St actions are Influenced by I »awerT»"'".' at Hremen. lam liv * .__j, nt ti.sd, and shall always I* .Mi I recognise to be my duty. FOUND DEAD IN HIS BED fi Health and Mis...

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. — 8 April 1901

* 2 aa THE SEATTLE STAR lluslncaa DepU Tel. Main two. editorial IVpt.. Tel. Main 11SK liVtiitY aftssnoon tl ll sundat By Star Psbliahlag Co. k. it as Attn wct.ua '• • - eatie*. I. F, ill AS a • - tluataeea Manaaar. Cr. rent pat eer» MB rants pee weak « t-i. ,-t. ti,» rants par mentis, tltillvaresl »* Biatl w carriers No rrea eeolas. IIX fflri ■■>??■ Avenue SMaied at ttte itostseioe at Baatlle, A ..1, tr*ts»tv. ar aarond matter THE sue or « human bcino. In some pari* ol lYnn*ytvanla men and women are sold. It Is a pitiful sort of barttfi and It's a fells- ■■( the early day* of the Republic. It Is a ch»ap way of disposing Of pauper*. When an old person become* a pub lic charge, he or she Is put up at public auction, and knocked down tv tht person making tho Isiwest bid for keep. Of course. If there la a ttttte WORK left "n th* old body, the hid can is. ma le very low. At Mllford, Pa.. Frederick Mink M to he auctioned off. He wilt not sell ! well, for there lan't much energy left In...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 8 April 1901

yoNttAT. ****! *. '**! SPECTACLES Of via IN CONCERT HALLS, REVOKING AND UNCHECKED f|fM Halls in Seattle Exist Under the Law—No Man Who Enters One Has Protection From the Scores of Male and Female "Grafters" That Infest tho Dens The City Sells Its Honor for a Paltry $4,000 a Year. Tare* are In thl* clly p. .large s<«t» which, for want of a bi-llrr g»»* ar to forestall a worse one, are ,».,led oAA'Oti hall*. They ar* al lseed by law. and In th. ir conduct B." I*". II I* claimed. Is violated. Hoae* I* taken from these resort* _. th* city which in return give* l**n> licenses under which they op scale. The Star I* confident that * large aai>r.'> ■'' the cittacna of Seattle _, . wholly Ignorant of th* true ,tl*ra. of the** places. A care ts latest igstt.hi baa therefor* been 'mad* by Ihe Star. Today a de- I a^tptlcn of the Hclvedrre ta given. Il has been slag out. not because It )* wore* than the other* at Its eftta*. but I* a fair type „f them all. Ji* BW respects, possibly. ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 8 April 1901

4™ !#pring 1* her*. Signs at It* coming appear on every hand. Tree* ar* budding, flowers are blooming, and ■h* snow-line I* -limbing up the mountain side*. Mora reliable signs, too, ar* the*. than *v*n th* tired feel lag that afflict* lass favored regions than Pugvt sound. f House-cleaning, that ,-m.-r-at me of the American hou*e-wlt*'s faith, I* again under way. llu*band* and father* are dining off of boas*, eating food with soap-suds flavoring, and Riling the air with strange words and ltalrd cries, as they carry cut stoves, dropping sections of *tov*-ptp# along ihelr trail* and allow- Ing streams of soot to pour generously down the backs of their necks. _( Small boys are playing marble*, yelling when some one plumps tow. duck. Youthful couples with ex panding souls are viewing the sublimity of the scenery from every available sit.-. The gorgeous Past -r hat has made It debut, next winter tt will be paid for. .';"_« Out in the country the trees are budding and the early flowera ar...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 9 April 1901

fIX Only Taper in 1 "battle That Dares M print the News : : : fcrr^'- :i-- ■heavy BLOW j 5 Dealt by the British ] Under Plummer. i parti and Occupies Piet- I Escape of 600 Boers Balked. emggmV Aprtl k-Th* Hrlllsh _jg Alder*** he*, balked an at iLget tJrobelaara commander ot ffitatal to •***!»* 'a • northerly aahssdred And twenty Hoerm __tt be- * operating In Zulu JJ lute BUrtShdcred. lAVfON. A»ril ».—Oen. Kitchen --Mps that Col. -»«ier ha* oc- L*s t"t*t*c*t«rs. •he northern .jilt "' "•* railway cystem of Iftiiiiail. *k*t th* principal Sql at-.vh iteraalCMl i" possession _Jtt Btwr*. I dps lost two killed and one „saW la the attack He captur o t.t Iwecaotives ant) i> truck*, jw|n*rt retreat after destroying I M truck loads of ammunition. I UPXOOt*. April ».—Kitchener re ,c, tkal » IhlUsh t!t-ta.-haient of j'-jps Sionfl.-s to •'■■■■■ Vttth lane Bl tarn th* latperlal Yeomanry ara* lamp** 1* trite* north <•( Aberdeen, s fa*» •oa>. by *» Hnerw, and \__t iteiailst from daybreak un...

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