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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 9 April 1901

. *** 'THESfIiTTLESTAR Hu*lncs» &ptlTTeiTMßln mo. I THE SEATTLE STAR | Kvesy ArT|j. N iHVN Bxciirr «l\n'uay, »» thr PeMteMsf Co J 5- {tACAae'VrElZs**- . . Edltar, ** r lUlil . - |t„,„,,. Vanasi-I. t*oa.. *****_» »err! alt rest* r*e awk re m__\ '___*■ • par ment!.. .I.llv«r*l '" , ""* •smara. M* rr»* real** Ii071&d <£i*> Avenue , <^'tat*<««B* ra.ta'V. st S*«ttl*. « »-'' *et*a a**»^n4 .l.a. mstttr. « TO THE JURY SYSTEM t-ast trtik a N.-w York Jury Im • nosed «£k man a aye-year sentence |f"r , 'ilk tils wife. A gotni many Pevtoja.^ the criminal should hay* le n h an( -,.a or sh.akcJ to dtat^^urvjim to motlt-rn Ihoda. «H was roundly denounced by '*•» ii I public, and there Ihe mat **r tsfcd. | At t|fc..ut the same time a Mia |*ai»t'|try sent.-need a mere boy to ""SI ItnprlsKinmcnt tor stcaltnv! tflt kettle. He was hi.nary, ''•■jtt^Ki' cipiwr was valuable and stetefotne. r»|*ndlnc the prnc»iHl» .' rfc The sentence arourid a Inertly protest, and thla Jury was daased by...

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. — 9 April 1901

Tt'ESHAY. apiui.». 1901, IMPORTANT ' BUSINESS DONE Cceaeil Considered Many Measures U»t Night Many important matters w«r* tak ,. „,, by ihe city council taat night Hetti'V* the »tr*et Improvement*. Tvce bill and the pr**ldent'a receiv __ mentioned elsewhere. Urn* "re p***eU to provide for a depot ...tntft and a city elaima ngvnt. lo r*7|gU*tlt the question of street '' ( j.|(!ing and to arrange tor a new S engine house, Al*o a mrasui-e .«* introduced to have llghltng and aammhon- vires r'* r,*'l underground, th* me*»ure tv put alt overhead -rt—, underground, would apply ___ to ihs.e street* thst are per- Baaently pavesi or are about to Ih« s*»ed It '* called for not only by w,. ugty BSPaaraao* tahtch th* iraw** of wires give to the City. vi also by the great danger to hu _aa V.ta, Purlng Ore* in buildings. iTrruur.d.'d b* overhead wlraat, th. t.- Ljaore ',<*■ . to the firemen from ml wire* than front burning build _._%. Bbbi* cities hay* all placed *»<-** underground. The loca...

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. — 9 April 1901

I HE'S A-WEARIED OF ALL {E THIS USELESS BICKERING THIS USELESS BICKERING AND tO RESIGNS FROM PRESIDENCY OF HAWAIIAN SENATE, ONLY TO RETURN EPISCOPAL CHURCH IS TORN BY DISSENTION. RHON*OUTI.r. March no. Thl. | morning Dr. !;u»et-!l president of the •enat*, reetgned his chair, but the serials refuse, |o accept hi- resign*, tton. ll* gave a* a reason lhat lie aas .disgusted with the endless buk artng. end wished to get on the Boor so thai he could push a few bill* through. The moat riant measure re cently introduced |* a bill to rals.* te*4Ulr»tS revenue by taxing sugar producers SlO -' ton tor all sugar road* on th.- island*. lishas la Trouble. The ranks of th* Episcopal church In th* Island* are torn wllh dissen sion, because of an Anglican bishop in an American fold. The Hey. J. l'*bome% st th. head of an Episcopal congregation tn full spiritual fellow ship with the Anglican btniy. but morw or less at outa with the lltahop ef Honolulu, haa been holding scr xrtemA at Bt, Clement's ch...

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. — 10 April 1901

Ifflf Only T.tpcr in * Seattle That Dares print the News : : : 1)1. ••'.NO- ::;i- WLETE INCORPORATION i cat Alaska Commercial Companies Ac compli Combine and Incorporate Under Laws of New Jersey for $9,250. --000—Offices in Seattle. „ -.t ftUtttCTt April 18.—Th* Alaeka Commercial Co., the AL - L -jj rl Co.. the tfeallt*-Yukon Transport* tlna Co, and the f_ eraa»pt'rt»t on Co.. comprUtng all th* big Alaska companies es 'W^,X*rth American Trading A Transportation C«*. hay* combined **—,'eOßipaal** sad Incorporated under the laws nf New Jenaey. '^ mmm companies are: The Northern Navigation On., with a jjrf M.lW.**. to Jo tr*n«port* linn business only, and the Northern *^Kial Co* with a capital of »7.Soa,<*<t to do mining and „*_*. ' __o\******* are .it Ran Francisco, Seat' Victoria. U. C. and ppsfttr. B. C. To Cut Expanses. mm principal* ot th* hew combine mak* th* following partial an. I A «!>'» gigantic result t.f efforts "to aim. at some unite* 00 whereby r*e*«naMe transpor...

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. — 10 April 1901

" THE SEATTLE STAR Business D*pt„ Tel. Main 1040. Editorial Dpi.. Tel. Main US*. KVCAT AfTKn.VOON r\.-t:iT SUNDAY. fey iter Publishing C*. R. HAIURD WKIXS - . . B.III** ** *• iiitsa . . Oasts— M*n*B*r. n** rent pat eapti Ms e.et. yet ***** <c toe.-t. *«• '"in p-r month .1.11....1 Br • •II «t rawer* No tr*. sml**. HO? Thru <^B^> Avenue *■"»"' •' '*--1- ■" -*• .at s.attla. Weak ir.«ten ** «e.,ti*.cl»aa matt.r NATURE AND FASHION. The other day a New Yorker. Alex m J't li, in!.,,, by name, played the star part in a shooting affray, with his wife a* the victim. When the police were taking him to piis-.ii he admitted that he wa* guilty, but sate an an recess that hi* wife,demanded an Easter hat. am! that he hit.l to do It." Of • '.ii.. he must have been mentally unbalanced. Hi- .-«-■ D cited simply lo show how 'it- a man really knows about the needs of a woman. There 1* a fool idea prevalent in male minds that Fashion ha* only to do with the rich it IS a foolish | idea, tor Fashi...

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. — 10 April 1901

wnnNTttnAT, ArntL " '•<« SEATTLE A CURIOSITY ON GAS PROPOSITION Might be Used for Motive Power if Rates Were Adjusted — A Boston Concern Sells Gas at 20 and 30 Cents Per Thousand Feet. " C' 9 I*t mnt;r power I* one of the RWftMiltlca when rate* are adjusted i% s**l tl*. Older cllle* are already using c** rnglnra for many pur pose* They hay* sa advantage over oth«r machine* In requiring much leas tint* to start. In and around {tostno. where gait is cheap, there !a BUfSct*" 1 adiantag* to make It a d'ttatwn whether the next atep In Bssnufscturtng will not tie io dis pense largely with the use of coal as a direct prwducer of motive pow - ia irop* the proceaa ot *üb*t|. lallag coal *** for coal ha* gone farther. IT" ire laid for long dia tati-e* te supply fuel io factories. In Franc* experiments are being made looking toward the use of gaa for motif* power on *treet cm ■ llnea At turtch and l.au*ann*, a* well ** at Orlean* an Pouter*, these testa are ■ravin* *o satisfactory that It i...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 10 April 1901

* FOR ROYAL POGKETBOOK .—-^ i Millions a Year Given to King Edward. "t LONt>ON. , U ,rll 10,-Klng K.|. w»r\l int. til. (o da**le the llril t*h Ptrople |«y ihe splendor of his reign, [11** "*»«I-«>itlfl*lly reported that the kin* Intend* to institute n hoitv guard , nl a» gorgeously uniformed 'Indian .cavalry to make a brilliant appear* Knee in the streets of I.ond»n. , The r»r!lanten(ary t-nmmlllee in •ttake provision for the support nf the king and hi* family ha* Issued Jptoposals'that the king* civil list •hall Include US.OOtI pounds ster ling for (he prlvv purse, 115,000 'pounds for household salaried. 1»3.- Wto pounds fur household expenses, LIN.WQ pounds for "work*," 11.000 ''pound* for royal bounties. »,001 pound* for tn.-tdental*. Tola). R** pound* >„am. equal to 11, --s.V'.tvW **/t*t»e - committee also recommends fan annuity ot To.otX) pounds fur ajatfen Alexandra. In the event of th-» death ot the king. *he surviving; nn annual allowance of 10.000 pounds tor the t&...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 11 April 1901

Lflr Only Paper in ' Seattle That Dares i the News* : . : 1V0L.3.N0. ,',« fILOT IS ACQUITTED j | ___ —'—i — Jordan Blameless for Janeiro Wreck. UV HUNCIBCO. April 11. Py a* -.toon., th* st.t. txtard ****«■ •_**__***_**' *,' ha* ao __*_*!iPlM Frederick Jordan from ______?___* ti* »*reck of tbe *t*am *_"*L A* Janeiro, and hna re* tor ar "i^ Jj%!k-eBW ••r-Btorliy heU that the wreck BJ; matter ef mi»f»rtun* rather irftad *eam*R»hip. $, S. OFFICERS CAPTURE JOHN ALtIUNT SKOOO. FAMOUS COUNTERFEITER _________ -KOWO. SUSPECTING A DIFFERENT CRIME. CHASED DIM, ANO HE TRIED TO KILL HIMSELF AS HE RAN PRICELESS OUTFIT UNEARTHED. - SIW YORK. April 11.-Chlef listen, of th* Culled State* secr-t tart** last BBjM BBfiertntended M of th* moat Important raid* in the Lgggkll department. following * Ctu* found In th* |<• -kru ot Am Albert fleet, who had been arrested after a hard cha»* on West fimt, th* tHat and his officer* weal ** a house in Drooklyn and arr**t dtoailebert, * Swede, la thl* house the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 11 April 1901

0 THE SEATTLE STAR Puslncaa IVpt., T*l. Main 10M. Kdltortal IVpt., Tel. Main MS, avfcnr AmtHNooN kxckpt -l Nl'A By Star Publishing Co. * Il*r.*n!i i KU* . • . B4IIM tI. r. ,11 ASM • ■ in... Mi'i.i'i Ob* cut r*r ,*py: Mi r,.t. par me** ** twwiiv.Bv* r»st. i»»r tnenttv A.tlt.i** *t B..t| er earner* K. ft*. e»M HO? JUird <^Slg» Avenue r*t.red .'. th. fe.totlc .t s. ,ttt«. \v».>t li-H.-n *r .ecv-n.l ,i... m*t.*r 1 !- .. —._ .. ,'.__ QATHERINQ TNC NEWS The Btar last evening furnished it. r,..n|ers with exclusive telegraphic Information from San Francisco con cerning the combine effected between th* Southern Pacific and the Snnia Fe against U.e C.rcat Northern, to stop orange thlpments to the tlast via Beattle, The Associated I'rvat* afternoon paper knew nothing about the matter v.-til ih* 1 o'clock edition of the Btar appeared. This morning the *'P.-I," paraded (he s(ory as it* chief Item of front page new*. Ott April a the Bt«r printed *x clueixe news from San Fran-ltd. concerning...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 11 April 1901

"tfICRBPAT. Arnn. IV l»«l. .ID UNIVERSITY SITE . FURTHER DISCUSSED Colonel Ballinger Continues the History of the Important Case—Citizens Enlightened Regarding the Existing Situation. Cl»y crtftnanc* No, IKS of F.h T. l*»L reed. Ilk* • composition In th* mftC*. before th* birth af Jurisprudence, It attempt* to deed to the etatt, property •1,1 in trust. In violation of every provision At Mr. rmar. * lons Wen of April it. itt: It tk* slat* cannot violate a ron _-i tt is equally •►•*•■ rise tit* -lit 11 do *<\ Oa Nov. tl. I**l. A. A. Penny m.-ide and eaeewted a plat of his lands toHkriag on the "university 10-^i re ****" and recorded the satn* Nov. ti, m (leek* A p. *.«'• a* toltuas; *% I M Urt* tMne. the (hen territory lid arc-pied Mr Denny'* deed !"> --•nag the university on this • '18-a e» *".*■ si'.h tg* con lit that the tKatfct* be -permanent." ant 'hat if tor -baage wa* mad* by the keg-.s kttf* *r othersi*e.^* then th* title a*U revert '..' aad in.ui<d • . • wit lathe 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. — 11 April 1901

4 * THE PAY QUESTION I The Raise of Salaries of City | Employes to Be Decided in the Courts. ,Tli* ordinance Increasing th* sal arit* of many municipal employe* villi lie tested tn the courts. Plant arw now being mad* to bring m**! *mus prucevdicga to order th« amount* et increase paid over. Thl* is necessitated by Clly Tr«**ur»r liathbun's refusal lo act until tile I***l question h .1, , i.;. .1. t*epttraU' warrant* for thr a.ldl thin*l pay were made out ye*t*rd*y. City Trvasuin Uathbun paid the regular utarirs only. Rtthbun'a Petition. 'Mr. Hathhun doc* not assert thst th* ordtnanco |* Illegal. He merely takes th. ground that so long as there I* a doubt uf lis legality be i • not Justified la paying over the miu.y. It be psttii ll and the ord inance waa ,i:: «h ! decided to ba i lllegal, he wettM Ih? held for the ex cess. Mr. Itathbun *ays the m ereases of salary are )u»t. ll* would Ilk* to see a decision lo that effect ren«l«revt by the court. Hi* position Is well understood. Civ...

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. — 12 April 1901

f ot* Only TV.pe» I" ls*ttl« That Dares prist the News : : : IS.S.>'O. 41* 10 MORE DRESSED BEEF ■fill Be Bought From American Packers for Itfie British Army-Our Enormous Shipments of Canned Meat Are Not Affected. rttjCACSOt Arrll ll.—Arthur Meeker, general manager for Armour .* \~ confirmed th* news that the luttlsh government had *j to di*«,u,,nu * lh* *** 0t Am*rlf*n drseisJ beer In th* army. *-^ British contract for dressed beef Is not very tare* oil Mr. w Vl th« new rule will have very little . IT.-, on Chicago peek* W lotted ftt*t iiuantttlea of canned href to th* Str 111 islv army In *** afttca. and shall continue to. a* the contemplated chang* doe* Zfttt caaoed b«cf. -', a ' mm teiiple of England consume 30i).00e,0(\ pound* of our dressed i,,. . Th* proposed restriction wtll have no effect on this trade." "\myCptt packer «tptalned that England has been buying cattle In Ar -^, tad thlpplng It to Hauth Africa, finding thla arrangement '""^r th.a buying In th* American market...

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. — 12 April 1901

2 THE SEATTLE STAR Uualnct* Dcpt., Tel. Main 10SO, Kdltorlal Dcpt,. Tel. Main 1113. *VERT AFTERNOON eXCKPT SUNDAY. By Star Publishing Co. n. has inn treu-8 - . - aait** li, I', i mm-:: . . ii,,.' ... Msrbb*t Pcs e*nt pat eopyi sll rents -. w**» et tnettt».*»* , .i.i. ,„ r rnitiitt' ,'.riiiri«* »» **»ll er carriers. Ks free etwilea. HO? lliird «si3r> Avenue M-'i .i th* Bseteßtts «t Benin*. Was*. lagtrn. se ••eond-clsa* m*t'-r , Aguitinldii. tine*. I In his I'nclc Bam suit fresh from the tailor.-. make* quite i striking figure. The landlord* who overcharge ten ants are not pleased with the build ing boom. They *ee> their finish. The fad lhat n depot pays no divi dends seems to have a marked bear- Int. upon Ihe local ratlra.nl situation. The Solid Seven are disgusted with the procresa ttf the Automatic Tele phone Oa, The Seven do not ace where they are to get off. San Franclaco'a experience with th.' i'lii'. in. , ■ . ■■; suggest* Ihe ne cessity for Barer-ending vigilance in Seat...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 12 April 1901

fRITAT. APRIL 12. 1»01 JfIST EDITION. 1 BLAZE! (UKLASR Chi.. April li.-Th> -rtwry «f ■»• »• „,ln, M »•»> w*r«> » .. taBtWTBtJ ''5' t\re early thl* irr.iiig. ****** Is-iwe. n |3t>O,oOil antl apt** * nasßO «itta«e« occupied by *m- SS* wer* burned. * thousand dollars* worth of l.Z*l* 'and IW.OW »erth of ma yiwrf. t^**ll** revolved. »ere de. ,!S^ *••'■"■'•" * Pacific depot «it J-tltlty destroyed. nrtaafwa of th* Ur* is auppcaed to j,„Mm Incendiary. TESTS RESUMED. th* . . — ..m*. ,|.r te*(s of firemen tv ■"" a phytl.-*l standard f.;r JLdrpartment were reeunted this tm- *T*' *********_ Qtxmttot the SSZtoPtPI commission. The ma !laL «a* repaired yeßterday and eel ?«#B have been examined. \\ h.-n ISTi* more are lealed. Mr. Urout mb* realty »o compile the atan- VL ~ittlremcnts an.! suhttilt It to * rtti': mi,.- romtniaatonera for MP*' Th* new physical tests ?*{* instituted in connection with £, tttmlaatbtna for admission, to tote tiexl Friday. They will glv<s r*de««fle trial o...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 12 April 1901

m 4 SO EASY TO SWINDLE EM Red-Headed Nobleman Plays a Gentle Game. ■» (Special Correspondence.! XRVV toitlv. April «.—A red-head. Ed man with polished manners and a winning »nille appeared at Kdl son'a laboiatory at Orange, N, J . wllh the Imposing atMhiiiii-' that he was the sun snd heir nf the Lai 1 of Cavan. He yearned for a talk with the w itoi il IMison was away, but the he* Is of departmenta showed the visitor around the wot kit. The thorough knowledge of Ldtaon's for eign business displayed by tbe 'BUS iiotdemaii disarmed suspicion. After his dtparture ll was illseov tre.l that be tin borrowed money from every one of I',lis -ns *übord inatea with whom he had had an apportunlty to hold i tern nKimenlt' private conversation. MANUFACTURERS MET LAST NIGHT At the regular meeting of the Man ufacturers* aaaorlatlon held In the rooms of the chamber of commerce last night the matter of opening up streets through the tide itata was discussed. The committee on locs tlona reported the ne...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 13 April 1901

-UP Only Paper in * Seattle That Dares Sprint the News : i : foe 3. NO. IH. JOKES WIRES "MAY 25." „giXOTON, l\ C, April 11.— Congressman W. H. Jonea thla at ,«,* *lr*d Mayor Thomaa 8, Hum** th* following regarding Ihe "^rf the pre*!.!. ■■ propoaad arrival at Heatll*: Washington, D. C . April i _.— Mayor Humes, Se ttle: President Mckinley is expected to reach Seattle afternoon of May 2?. Please furnish Secretary Cortel)*ou before April 39. and as soon as possible, pro- Lgaj of entertainment. " •■President prefers drives in place of receptions, ,{jerever possible, r (Signed) "W. S. lONI 5." ID-SHOT FOR ROBBER | m** N> April U-O. I>. rry. ,Bl»*rrtv*l In th**e part.. ta un- I M(rß v! ruarda In one of the ho*- | 5k Aon. *her* he la being treat imt gteitwt wound*. He broke j I we* neck**** use at Mead, nine I lygl trust hare, and g • a double- I I xtd baj ■: bird-shot for '•* pain*. | CITY CLAIM AGENT. ; l % Mesata ha* been appointed Ljfßjgtattgj fVqnset Humphrey hSetty tittai *«*nl...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 13 April 1901

z THE SEATTLE STAR Ruaineaa ivpt., Tei. Main ioso. Editor!*! DvpL, Tel. Main 11M. - kVKIST At'TKllNitilN KXCKI'T BIINOAt by Slsr Publishing Co. it. iiATtnn w«tZ7*. . - aatter • U. X, a ABB - - 11.i.vi.. M.ti.i.-' Pee e»iit r*r ropy; Mt eetite p*e w**h et weeit-B.» rest* **» fi.nit, tl.lli.r*-1 *» Ball » rarrt*rs, N. (w. «->tite» 110? iNrd «Hgs> Avenue Kntered at th* peatoWee al Buttle. Wm Isstt-tt. *r uro.S-i-U. m.tt-r PAYINQ oir THE DEBT. While men high in the financial world assert that a government debt is th backbone ot our financial sys tem, and that II should not be re duced below a reasonable figure, ihe plain cltlaen, who pays .i- he IMB, feel* that a government with no financial obligation* beyond* Its cur rent liabilities would t«-»t appeal tn the thrifty cltlaen*. Ik M." now living MAT live to see th* gust- " or all nation* OUT OF ' DEUT and mill a full treasury fur emergencies. If that situation It good for a man. why isn't it good for million* of men? Wouldn't It ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 13 April 1901

■ 'sATrnPAT, APTUL U. IMI THEATRICALS NEXT WEEK. Starling Attractions Booked for the Public's Entertain- ••Little Minister," "Sapho." "Middleman," "Brother John" and "The Telephone Girl." «ISS FLORENCE RoitERTS, A* "CamUlie." at the Seattle Theater, a it Seattle Theater. • ♦ ■ At the Seattle theater the (tread. VMS Sesil'le theater lh* »'• »*y Oyer* company will present TV Highwayman" tonight and to •errew Bight. Oa Monday J. M. Burte'a clever play. "The Little tMtltt," eeme* tor two-nlghta. Tb<> |Uy It net sew t* this city and bum* with the hall-mark of sucreos ramp-d *r*et It. Wedtesdiy night Florence Hob ♦ ■ ♦ I Third Aeeeiae Theater. I -'..•— ' —♦ A* *ttr* • - - which I* said te be i *t tsßxoal merit cones to th* Third lime theater tent ■trow afternoon i kra week run. "The Telephone 6'iT va* test produced it the i*i»- I it* la New Ter'», Bad ws* one sf the ' tKgeat BB fISBfS ever *••»*! ta that -, tAJ-HX.**. It hat heea ptaylttg at the htgh pnr*4 theater* throughout th* ra...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 13 April 1901

« DIG BATTLE IN KENTUCKY. FATAL CLASH DETWECN DESPERADOES AND DEPUTY SHERIFFS, ON A LONELY MOUNTAIN TOP. '■■' ■— mmmtotomtototomtomm ■—% LOUISVILLE. Ky.. April IX—News t'^haa reached hi«re of a Aerce .lit! • Wbetween desiwradoa and a imaee, oil Mit.mountain tup near Whttrsbtirg, in jffiwhich too shot* were axchangsd. C*Deputy SherllT John W. Wright, * aged It. who had joined Ihe ihiss* Kto avenge the murder of ht» father, f^Wa* *hnt through (Ite abdomen and killed; Isaac Millard, another deputy MORMON DEAD. MONTKHET. Cal., April IX—Th« ' celebrated Mormon leader. Apostle ! llewg* v). Cannon, one of the three | *24 ■.]*'- the Mormon church, passed j . peacefully away at an early hour yesterday morning. surrounded by hi* .wife and children. Hi* drain had » been expected for latne days. The ''body will Iw> shipped to San franc!* co, embalmed and sent to Salt Lata for burUt, COURTHOUSE. %■-■ ' —— Judge Tallman yesterday appoint ed Anna Harrington executrix of the estate nf h-r l»te h...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 15 April 1901

rflF Only Paper In 1 Seattle .'hat Dares Print the News : : : I vol. 3. NO. -tn. IRS, CARRIE NATION GETS SALTED 3 BY A SARCASTIC JUDGE FOR BLOCKADING PUBLIC STREETS gAKSA* CITT. M<v. I'M--.--. waa nna.l *.'..*> hy police Juc'ge MrAuley th *_ morn. wd firm the alternative of laying, going to Jail or leaving town oefore « o'clock thia evening, **„ _ Nation »*» »i' -nt;"' ■ I for having blockaded the Streets. *.*a j Aidraae*** the notortoua smasher. Judge MeAuley aald: -»»••_--. j -Madam. MUaourl la no place for you. Missouri la not it good Stat* for short-haired wemen. tong as —_,„ whlatllng glrla or any other uoaatraUTi atyle of freak. | *^n* court find* you guilty aa charged, and th- sentence la that you pay a fine Of $500. I will, however, rwad _____«i_»n>e until « o'clock this evening, to allow you to get out of town. 11-.. court offers this leniency rtT -_. It feela thai your ai-».*ii..* front this community I. worth more to Kansas CHj than your money I"* I ' -Baia3. cal...

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