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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 19 April 1901

0 HOODOOED. That Is What Mariners Say of Destroyer Golds borough. Mariner* says ihat some kind of a h.i'il..ii ts boa .1 in ti about the new t ; 1 . ,1 • in 11 alestroyer Uaililsboniugh. Yeaterdsy, w hll* on her nnal trial trip, the was masking the 1 li- Mimt nil time nf 1.1 knots, but suddenly slop peat and returned to Health-. The nines 1* and crew of ih* tKtat refuse to give out any Information regard ing th* .a. , tirieti.*.". and tt Is gener ally supposed that some .1,. id. ni happened to th* engine*. IW-piiliß ar* going on gbnarat the vessel today, and tt is not known *t 1 t. - m Just when the nest trial will tie made. SEATTLE BRICK. Extensive Plants. Equal to All De mands— Exportations. Owing to Seattle's great building boom th* l.wal brlrkyarals wer* r* f. tit * v unable t. ■.. i ■ ->.. rt: y tn *U|>i*ly th* al- 1:1.1 nd. and this ctrcumstanee la 1 soma- iirinra ls» Infer that Ihe Industry 1* tinraiual tn the in. .1* of th* rlty. Th* shortage waa dv* to the surprising ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 19 April 1901

jrHlf I • APRIL I*. IM a ijW. ■■Vim I'll Mi ••■■■■•■ ■im ■•iiiitat Biting. I THE LOCAL PLAYHOUSES. | iiiss puntr.Nvn I'.utr.RTi* In "A Putt of Sable." !';a ♦ ' | rVartsna-. X- >l_*-rt*. I I. it at rtsnae* I: tvrt» anil th* I'**;ra* r*T*ia ' ea_»|-_iay bat* _B*_k* a at** I.U-.I (Ml I* tbi* «tty la their ps-eeeatatlain aaf *.sjt» aad SBt* **.'t! :.' --I !-• -i-.-ta*. ' Ira'y ken.* "S*ps-a** l« th* *«'.'• tor tti. *it*ls«. fatarday matinr*. aaal wtil t* S**s ft* lb* Is** ttaae >n». ai*bt. Lg 4 m>-T-ialr» of ir'll« I* Mli»«l for *r%\ am*. ■ a-i-tss. tb* roassatle fawsr *t tram*, tr itmiiP i>v-i. '» ■■.*.s.!. r ikPi '■■' Stasia* Mrriar and *r«:ai tfm la*'*-! it •«.*! tu interpret tb* '**.."** T. dak i si. FftAWI.KY As Captain Thorn* In "ft_«cr*t entire." _£_¥_____.** ,k* my. rollkklas -C*r '____ ■?. * *s'l'' ""-sre. of „_: ..-al BtaH^-"* •'■*•* 'hl'bM I-—II p.*jr*d Ba"* **-»*t Btara. a-a. I Mla* Hob- ES>s*« of l«* .tiarar.er It aald *??*» Mt •***. —lis* A.I a. i.' .?•-<...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 19 April 1901

I* LADIES OF MACCABEES State Convention a Source ol Much Interest. The ladles aaf th* Maerahee* .0.1. their llrst day of the ronveollaan an appropriate wanner at Ih* Armory last I'UIH A r»»-*lill«B wss tendered I* tisiprense Heard Keeper liea.rg. J. ha-egie and Supreme Coniniauilrr 1 M lloiltster by all Knltbta sn.t l.a.ll** who ar* no* la Seattle. An enjoyable, programme «... rendered, ronat*tlng ot -—■i.-. i!. v* by Ihe (Wattle military hand at l a.l In »•■•*, sunita and ret-liatlona. Mr Knight Wilton 11 i.a. presided as tnsttcr vt .-r..*ni..iii.*» The convention «if the ladles of the Maccabees wa* ratlletl tat order at 10 o'clajck thi* rnornlnir hy Hu- f .rente Commander I. mm M tttt Ister. of lietrolt. After the open- Ins exercises Mis* Ilolttster a.ittress eal the convention on the method* ait the Maccabee*. A roll wa* then in:. I ii I over I'm) ii.li. * i. *i*..n.i* .I to their name*. A mesa wa* then taken for luncheon. Thi* afternoon a aupreme representative for the state wil...

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. — 20 April 1901

rfffi Only Paper in '.•"■'Seattle That Dares 0 Print tnc News : : : VOL. 3. >"0. IS. RIPLEY GOES FREE! Acquitted of Complicity in 6oebel Murder. IpjoEroftTa •**»■- Arm " Th ,_-_, *».».* <**•* •* a«*"»*tt Ripley, -al el** cotwflldty in the mur* 'Z'tt flajy- .ebei. of Kentucky, at er p m _, - f-fkwt* this stornlne. brought h|TW «rt w»t guilty. , a ■ HELD UP SALOON AT CUMBERLAND v ii c clock this morning word (M received st the sheriff's offlce j t leM-ap which occurred at _ w^__>i-_a_l last night, It was Stat* — t__at saea entered a aelaaon at git (tare at _»:*• laat night and ear ,*»! stoat VA bealdes a sun bte* j ggfa te the bartender. Utile is »*«»* at th. afTalr at the ah.r.__ a X. as rv vole* over the pittas [3 ypj tedls'.inct." «* • City «1 Seattle Sail*. e-aaTJ' . aty of Seattle. Capt. ftsael Balled for Kkaeway and Urn .ana) ports last night wttb ■ pei'f ~ '"* •*• teas of general •***__—. iim AFTER LONG TRIP %r. ird ■«. Schacnfeld Return to Heir Home. fe 8. A. _k-fcoea...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 20 April 1901

a THE SEATTLE STAR llu-unca* Dept.. Tel. Main 10&0. Editorial Hept.. Tel. Msln lIW. m—!-!. .....——-_-_---»f f -, liT -»*-r;re,---*"i*.»'a»_-e._____i_r KVltnt ATTKBNOOM aXCSTT SUNDAT. By Star Publishing Co. -ft. iiAr.tnn Wgl-t.B - • ■ tMite*. K. _>'. , \SS - - Kuslnaea *••_!« Cn. ratal per rem ate eeiate per aiaaß er ihk'ii !.» e*Bia r* ■■ saeatla. _t.llar.rß4 *" a*ner , v.'. ra. N« rmm .naiiia 17 inry «ggg* Avenue t.naer.4 at the p.<.*a*W at Saattta, Wa.B --r ,l-*i.. If aavii.l rlail tataiiar SOME HISTORY . Her* la a little history, It has no moral. It shows bow Individuals are fottval to adopt the tai-tlcs of the trust* or die, and It also shows with whate.ist capital can wipe out com petition. A few years ago, on the tln-at Lata tha-re were almost as many ves»a>t owner* as thcra* were vessel*. Competition was keen. At the lake porta hun_lV_-d* cf grwers. butchers, machinists, ship handlers and men In other llna-s aif trade worked Ulla ently for th* patronage of the ca...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 20 April 1901

j^ILL NOT APPEAL TELEPHONE CASES m* Will Not Fight Out Dattlts al Rival Companies. eat* HIV a.I net a; -.-. ' lh* case .Bt I* tc*t th* Automatic Tela> »*,Vi franchUa'. Corporation f**"^ Humphrey ha* sent a com* iSSbtM daice neat see how th* In* *"'**'__» the city can he advnuceal """LI-Mllaallea ll* ekptaln* •**•• he »ll>""^ UttltPtixty* -I lb. 'I t-. tight tb* caee ngalnat th* •"'..matte T_*!-*>ha>ne Co • ,n *,f<-«"' _3_Sl » franehi**- As th* ■*•» --" StMli ba* h*ld that the fran- BCiMt»Ud and in fun force, sus* „!»._■ lh* eorporstlun rutin B*JS *S3 „ rendered lo th* council, 9illuttrhrey aieclln.. to permit Lett* W »~ • ""• !«____»»» » *-,a ■ rU""'' •5* McCroarty attorneys y«*t*r - ■ HI fßllmsn deniakm la favor at Sfl.twsatw Co.. Thi* wilt not -T_-«sed hr tb* corporation counsel. wilt ll**l *' petipl* went to sp* "Ed they ">«•»' do it *••**' their Irt «il«r* and not under •*• "'**• . tha rlty* nan**. " nSISOaI Seven" *s now in con gsJellh* cKy council. Th* mem- Z...

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

PT. DEFIANCE PARK Being Fought for by a Tacoma Hotel Man, Who Would Turn the Famous Beauty - Grounds Into Picnic Resort. TAa^MA. April There Is c movement on foot here which, if successfully carried through, wilt re. I suit In turning a petti of Point De- Ban.*.* park— on the outskirts ot Ts* | eaatna. and one of the beauty spots .at Puget sound Into a picnic and j amusement grounds. . Th* plan la to turn over part ot the park to J. C DoetntUy. a Wal hotel . man. who proposes to build a sum- ! mer pavilion, bath houses, elevsted ".railway end other like affairs, the v hois te cost not lees than tee,***. The matter came up about three months ago on sppltcsUon by ' Ivonnelly to the city council for per mission to bel I within the park lira* ; Its. but It was killed .-a' that time on the siren*'.! at a decision by the city attorney that th* city's title.to the I land I* too Insecure to warrant a tr*n*f*r of ant ot the tend. :•. Point Defiance perk Is held by the r rlta merely as a tena...

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

:«gB Only Paper In l^ttk- That Dares „print the News :• : rpu '. M>. Jo* PRESIDENT CASTRO DECLARES HIS "DIGNITY" WOULD NOT PERMIT HIM TO RECOGNIZE "THAT MAN LOOMIS" <sM etNHATI. April 14. T.'.a * l •**. i. „i prints a special catil* frow it. stsff rorre.pnndotil nt far* .yttlXttkttktlk. to which *<•**»* Castro la credited with tutlna rrlllclstn of United Htatt-s Minister U«e* After •**'*rtn« th* Aaiat peopl,. of hi* respect ami friendship I'residcnt r.iatro says: :.*•-«•«* tare ac proof that Mr. l.ttomis ecccptcd favors from th* iwrmudrs company, hut hi» actions lead . - tel****- Wo bay* proof* that he Influence.! statements to the press. .titer of Mr. Loomta* oßVlal acts and also many privets Interviews convinced tu* lh»t he ■„.,, j t aal 1 therefore askcal for hla recall, I have every desire to retain" ana cultivate the friendship t.f • ■ B,ra:t«J States but my dignity will not allot. Ms lo rrca-Knlt* a atari Ilka Uhiiuls.* I IP, B**T-B*>al<'< company. I Test dei...

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

"^m C THE SEATTLE STAR! SHiisinees l.*-r<.. Tel. •*.**« I*i<'* * f-iiUa.t.et l-ept. Tel. Main 111* tav_u\T armeM**-"* tUCCSFT sunuat. By Star Publishing C* *j*e. hi* up wrai " • • - **Mtia*. IE. r i IIASB • • e.i.-na.. B.*a,« Caa aat par r,*PT: at, eaßla fee ****** J* Ural. c.. .--. ear salt it.llaaraa ► > Baall w eerrtar*. S. Irmr a**!** up? I him -afggf • Avenue ratal-*- *t Ika paaaKaftea at Satttl*. Wa.B* Imn... „ .*».*n I .*. malt*r THE TIMES' t*Ti***tist Th * Times Is an Ingenious fakir. Ij,it Saturday it *a*clal_*nt*llF a*wr latinil thill be Ster ha.i »a-a*ured by wire • statement fraitti I'realdent Mel brn. of ihe Northern l-*ctne, concern ing- hit attltuate on tha- union depot project. The telegram had bean eh■■«,! to two well known railroad men of Ihls rlty. Not having time tn \altv to New York Itee'.f for the news, the Times hit upon the scheme 'at printing c story that "leading biißlnaßß men" wlreal lo Mr, Mel'.en the statement «hl.-h Mr. Hill had given out to Ih...

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

ajostuT. *rwti n. itet STEAMER ATHLON has a mishap Byf-**** That Emery" Dust Wa» Put In Oil Can*. .-■or-Itrtir «» retorts circulated on ATI-*r front, so""* one Is att*lo*is l»» !, , h . r«w Tacoma-Healtle-IMrt "a.M »t*»mrr Athlon out of bust- OtvSiro' , hu ,„,,, , h * ****, roes that a quantity of emery '.«** routed into the oil cans In SsmM r.«om Saturday afternoon. VV* satton ef «he emery upon th* ti'nerv was disastrous, ami res ****'" il** B x r g'.. vessel whll* on *lV*t te Bremerton from Heattle. ».e,irt» an hour she drifted help- ESSaMIaS Peen's point, but »«.* gTfSa up BURH-lently lr> enabl- BS I* brought back to port. At JtL time of «»e scaldent there wer* Sa *_»e**-IC--' * «N.»nl. 'ill* a £jSsrel' emeere .**f iho I!. S s. J".' The civilians were Iransfer i la ths »t*smer 1Mg.1t... whllo .. ___*>-** * **re taken over by the £«.'£nl mgre«*ucket. it H. Kronealr, th* owner of lh* __£__£ eeamlttt himself an uutrag _j *a*n He ha* offer*-,! a reward of c» U-r tnl»no»tr.in le...

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. — 22 April 1901

■ GAINS SPACE fINS SPACE AT BUFFALO StAte Will Have Room In Which to Make Fine Display. HTOftlt-lal Inforroetlon has reachei CMnmlwloncr Jkloore, thnt thoctliiio. li'-S-s'Ol ailsplay a>f this state i»t the lU.tiialu exposition will be glv»;t •V-fable ruaia.'af in the tower of the lvdnva building. The stale will now 11.-Vo 2 ,"!iBI Bijuara- fe.'t in thn Uiwcr. aif ona-.^uarler uf the wha.|a\ It hna n!»i> ba-cn given out thsvl utie-h*lf of I'm clrvle plaits near tho forestry bi.tl.Ung* will bo nilnaaa-.l thi* etatc. Arrivals on Farallon. Several of the |aa»tengir* who arrived am the steamer Faral- U»» from hkagway yeiterday morn* ■ Jng er* from Interior iHiint* aaf Al aska. I*. J. Campbell left l»«»»iin April ' I and started over thia trail with a bicycle as bis only means of trans jiurtatiavn. After traveling over ths toe end snow for f\v* days h* urriv . Ed at Whitn ll,arse safe and sound. t. J. Mlgnervy. also a Kaialbm ! Taaasvnger. comes direct fraiin Iteot* aliegua on the Y...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 23 April 1901

fill. on,v Paper in * Seattle That Dares M Print the News . : : vol., 8. *°- no. CUBAN COMMISSIONERS , THROW DOWN THE GLOVE Almost First Step on United States Soil Embraced as an Opportunity for Bitter Speech. jAa-Xt* INvn I ' Pis, April S3.—The Cuban commissi otters who ar m| ksre last alshi from Miami and Havana. departed ut 10 JO this Affg for Washington. While somewhat reticent.thi-y plainly show* I^Setr Iwstilltr lo the tf.it..l Mat.** and ths Ptatt amendment. QfW, p__rtaa»d<\ one of the commissioners. in an Interview said; •>lattj--nl-t» per cent, of the Cuban people desire ebeolute In-ie ■'. ee_*ece. -'*< -. tkm* SpaoUrals who favor annexation ere not Impelled by any leva f, Cft* Initrd Ptatea They hate the Americans, but they wish son.' 0. m a guaranty ea te their property and bualm-e* Interests. tape* with the Americans without the Independence of Cube, la ; S?r*3JtJe. 1 mean mere] ace. Ido not mean to say that In the event of md**. ,1 r — being not granted, war or...

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. — 23 April 1901

0 THE SEATTLE STAR ._ llusinesa IVpt., Tel. Main 1040. IMltnrlal IVpt., Tal. Main 113 H. fcVKIIT ArTt-TtNOON KXi'KIT SUNDAY, By Star Publishing Co r itAfanii avxt-ua * - -Mil**. I. P. CIIASB * * ■ i.in*.* M*n*S*r. Oa* e*nl r*r aerrr »li rents p*r ***** rm tn.'.n it., *»*!■ t*»r month. a*llv*r»4 b» avail or r*r*l*r*a Na tymm ee«il*a HO? Third <*ggS-» Avenue •ret st tli* ra*»lO*H-*» al ai.altla. W**t»* tnaton. *r **c>.i.t .*i«»« *.altar THE INDIAN WILL NOT WORK. Another ptan to tnnke gooat rltl* tens of the .M t_rlli.ll Ann rl.-ian-i bna game glimmering The Indian prob lem IS still unsolved. The desire Is to melt the rclnuan ntf-ewpportlng, In the faa-e aaf this comra the fact that ha- never hi** worked, and the Indications nr-> that he never will. Ofllcers of the Hurllngtnn railroad recently employed a bunch of burk* to do manual labaar, partly frami mo tivea of philanthropy and partly lap cause a lot aaf tlr*i -• I-11* InUSCIe vans going to wast*. The experiment was a disma...

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 April 1901

TL*E-'«'AT' Apn»* :J- >Ml* PROPOSED NEW ELECTRIC LINE t. up Columbia *" Eighteenth. Then East and West. , . -*w electric tine in -Me is Ejected by J. A. Muorv. ti. 11. BSK*** and Alver Itohlnson. l*:,U»t night petitioned th* city *•*»>-• for a franchise. In aa** the ESSm N n»« mated to them ftagSeggeSa thet one lie aa»ld 10 the uiitrt offering the grcatesl |>er pwtat* of «'>*',r Pr-a-elptS, TV ■*>«•"■• ' eiaute Is from Kail* AT »venue and vVlumbta street Hj *x**r V,'-'|, | i .». avenue, where JmHw would go north through th* feoistt-d tra«*l ot the Moor* Invest. attit Co. Another line would con* !£*_. _'■' Twentieth , avenue. timet emth to Charles street. .., i „*-.*•• "Hi -fourth avenue south, and **,'•'■ ■•' Atlantic street, It would f, j'^we-trackeal on Columbia end Eefcteenth avenue. gr >li>we said that the raved -Z*k& cost -AX-.0-"* t» l«oO.i**> to .: tl d and equip. It -*t!l take elec- Zlffty from lh* Pnoajualmle Power rt. if praa'tlcable. Otherwise ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 23 April 1901

A GAMBLERS CONFIDENT AND SO IS THE LAW AND ORDER LEAGUE The Police Are Waiting for the Result of Tomorrow's Trials —In the Meantime They Know Nothing About Gambling in the City. Th- gambling frntrinlla below Yi-alrr way 1* experiencing niottuiits of great Buspiiisaa bra-nuiae tomorrow * }»<■> In Ihe police court will de ride whether open Rambling In the Queen t'lty la launchable under the rlty airallnaittcs. The now famous gambling casi-a are saheduleal tb com* up for tttiil ,it 9:30 o'clock. Opinion* a* I.a ihe outcome are being freely expressed. The gam bler* aver that ihere ar* not *.x business men In Seattle avho woull bring In a verdict nf guilty. It hx* always bea-n th* custom of Judges of th* paillce court, in Jury trial*, to se lect the Jury fraam the representative hustni** men of the city, and It n"*v awaits to be seen wha-tha-r IVllce lu.li;> Oeaarg* wilt diverge from thi* well established rule. On the other hai th* officers of the la<agu«a aim they have a goa...

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. — 24 April 1901

ifflli Only Paper in ♦Seattle That Dares [print the News : : : TOl. S. NO. 51. ■BANS RACE AGAINST GOV. WOOD AND REACH CAPITAL BEHIND TIME I J.JHINGTO."**. April tl.—nrlg.-tlcn. I .tains nt Wood, military gaav. J Cuba, sccompatilcd by his a* Ifo and secretary, arrlveal her* fnun "*%«* this mcrnlng. on* hour end 40 minutes ahead of the Cuban V-.twiMxr*. A„taMnmStwloners wctt- not particularly eager for Gov. Wchhl to |ft# "t*»lte<_t States at Ihl* tlm*. with them, end when they heard of BUBtM 10 travel by steamer via New York, they determined to **, urn to* t*»ln- nut xbrr f»,,ip -*' IpiMele-doner* » station the Cuban a commissioners, who arrived t (Felted Mete* at thi* ttni*. a Ith th.-ni, ami * nt „f Iby tmlr But — Peßß*l :a * 11l a - *. aa h . * A yftn, „i by Asslstsnt Secretary of Wsr Sangvr, Assistant Sec IL* *t Stsls Ht'!- OMrV BewteUa end Lieut. Overton of lh* army, who **ljrf Xfmrn m carriage* to th* r<,i -nham. where they will make th, ir L^Msrttrs. lanea.!.!*!? after fi...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 24 April 1901

I THE SEATTLE STAR Uualnrss Dept.. Tel. Main lOSO. Editorial IVpt ■ T.I. Main lt*M»* _*.-... Ai-TKHNa-WN KXi-KI'T sirNUAt. By Star Publishing Co. ■• ha. airf WEIXS . - • *Mtls». * r i HAS • - ...1... »l»ia»s»r On* e»nt r»r ttffl MS Wit* r*>- »**>* ** 1..* ... r,A ,---.-. —r itaaaiilta. .t.ll»*r#al sr Bull or rsrairrs. No Itoo ■ats* HO? lUird •:•■"• Avenue ttnttrfl at 111- I •1.."*.. • st Boaaltl*. Watt. --■ Beta*, s» .-.*.*. t . i. m. saair**r. TWO KINDS OF HONESTY. IrVbat la ha-nesty? U It a matter of training; or en vironment, rather than a question aif Uw? Mr, J. P. Morgan Is responsible fur the subject. As morals go. be Is a moral man. He al.vsn't fear the t>l« policeman wrho stanals mar the alo.c of his banking offlce. He gaies to thurctv. He is big and t.i*>.i-t Anal he would crush a concent that stooal In the way of hts carrying a flnam I*l point us quick as a Hash, if he could. He is a speculator, and that 1* an* ether nam for gambling. He sell* things that be do...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 24 April 1901

VBDNESHAT, APItIL it, IWI GAS COMPANY ADMITS STOCK IS WATERED AT 7 TO I RATIO C R. Collins. Formerly Local Manager of the Concern, Convicts the Monopoly by His Own Testimony. To Maintain the Unjust Conditions Consumers Are Made to Pay Exorbitant Charges. H»resre»omeexa-a*edlngly Interest* tat ___rutf* taken from a deposition lv -i-JaUnager C. It- Collins, of ihe _L,tt.f Ct** ** Electric Caa. This do*-* «i.*nt wss llleal by the gas v.un|aany Sttritsg «*• uul „f v* ''**"* •KS"l"* ike .Itv m Ot fealerel court. Of "„ w the ftgur.* are a* favorable aa r»i tie fa-r the gas company. Paar Mtasc*. It •* shown that ,». total fxpendltura* since i*h* «a P»*. HN *t:Xl*att»o. **■. .urn exhibits approximately the flppnt rslu* of th* entire plant, for tm r-»"' was of little value at that !«_\ beins old snd out of t-1 .i.i T*B'» testimony als«» shows t...». on ik* preperty represented by this fgS.l!> *** ,h* s*ss company hss ls »«d li-'.'*' *"' ta ''''* TM- »baaa«e eight part* of water te _* of r...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 24 April 1901

« TO RESTRICT 10 RESTRICT DRINK In Hawaiian Islands by Dispensary. Reform Measure Being Con sidered by Territorial Assembly Poison for Leprosy. ■ HONOI.CI.U, 11. 1.. April li-A prolonged atruggle over the dispen sary bill haa occupied th* attention of the Hawaiian legislature. A bit ter -Ik' ' la being mail* against the hill Ay the lltjuaar interval* -f th* Islands, end It Is charged that a fund ot tki.ooo has been rat- to defeat It. Th* bill propuses to take th* sal* out of th* banal* of private tndkvlalaala and place It entirely In th* handa of the government. The main argument In Its favor mail* by its friends la that it will rvaiuce drunkenness by dating away with . hare. No liquor la allowed to be drunk on the premise* but It I* la ta* sold by the bottle only and tuken away, thus stopping the '-treating" habit. Horn* Idee uf the growth of v the liquor Industry In Hawaii can gibe had by c comparison of the gov* Hernment statistics, which show that tWtkt duties and Import values ...

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 April 1901

fl ,l Only Paper In L* Seattle That Pares Uftiitthc Mews : : : fill.. 0. °- ■"'-• HAD MAN MURDERS 0b -. Right and Left •"Without Warning. **TUKt). Or, April to-JVad: .1 fßrsl-aa. * 'lMi- *" l* stßßet. rstallyshot: r.l --l Use. «* Mechanics' Pali*. JL TTsdisortN of LewUton. •C » th* Woody record of one • afld de**** commiittal late *______■ aftsnsoon on the fourth fiSlAe N** Kse-snd Telephone Kmßm in this city.. >*j^^-_e_alner '. «mp!oy*at as JSt *y <*• l__l#phone company. SeTt-sestlW*- Totrether with c *"*j^i^|i he "cc the IS* tor of the building overset.* !f_L wk of lnsulllmt electrical **__- fuddroly, without warn '_k_t. _M ttW 1 hi* plsssant chatting ,_!***&-*« workmen, drew a l< __E* ttttirttt, and turned the tog*** Met 0* l*** 'a*****; \. rtusa can bs assigned for the -fossil ihasUy deard other than Sear* lßssnlty: y*t neither be* sir after th* commission of th* Sfktt tgwtMrt shew eny signs <*_f_Srß-Pt*'-*i to shoot United ____r*p*tr U*r*b* Fritch when __7*nitt*...

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