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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 25 April 1901

I THE SEATTLE STAR tl^nfSs-TT^pU Tel. Ms-"- Two. Editorial Pept.JTel. Msln Ills. KVMtY aFTfcaNOON gXa-KIT BUNKST. By Star Publishing Cs. R. at a y.a "P well*- - - ■■*•*•«*-* k. r. CH*»« - - "*»•**••• MasßS*e. Or. *am, *•• -**r» •■• *.*_* ft* **** *» t»antr-B»s .sis far laentta. S.lla.isa *» Basil mt . ..a.rs N* IWSSI* m Mini <4SB^ Avenue r. t»r» t tt lbs *_-slo*l-*» at S.aiai. Wssta* e^lim a* saesw-lelsss nastt*. BELIEVES IN SaVINO BOYS. T. II Preat. * Ksnsaa City mmm* facturer. Is a philanthropist cf the most advanced type. ll* ha* Ju*>l secured th. pardon of William IVar all..'.. who was a clerk In a Jewelry store at I* .1 wes-k. 11* "tot* l"<>° worth of Jewelry, snd *»« sentrm-ed to two years In the taenltenllary. Mr. JYe*t at once went to sa-e ilaav. Deck* err. ami secured the '•'** man's re lease, promts • to Klve him employ meet end beep him out of trouble. tVardruft I* the lift young man Mr. Prest ha* thus reseat*. fr*" th* iif* ot a criminal, snd not cne ot them ...

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. — 25 April 1901

.--tr-v** ArtUL ts. WL LAST EDITION. ft O'clock. HIS WIFE'S AFFECTION . Worth $30,000 to Rich Spokane Man. ■ -rOKAKK. April IJ. -Hy the to-togai yesterday *ftenn»on cf a gSJJ *"*' th* subsequent filing _i **.*>• •><w" *ul" u,r sffectlons *'■>' one more chapter haa been Wmtm In the bulky book cntltl-sl, S^Tln* Marital W.aes." TVS. ntait. wealthy snd well ,'„ as en* er the orlgtnal locstatrs mi setters of lh* rameus "'.,',. -~>_t—* preperty which has contrlb. 2j so much t.-> th* persaanal com* it »n*l f-armallon aif :-i '->..•*. arls- Ss<»—wss granted a divorce from A alt*. I" «•*■• procn-sdinga. A. J. ________________________..___« . r o!_. .TH.J-- ' ■Try ' rich and prominent real cc* _fW 8188 at this city, wss name*.! *« ****•»»>"•'••''■ A few •' '':'■" after >te cranilng ef the decree, Ityan *n : iv.it sgslnst l"ag» f.ar llOalkW ptxttt* for having alienated tra~ HMtka affections of Mrs. Uyag. EXPLOSION! Tss - -"•- - '** ■ '-"- FERI.IN. April ii.— dispa...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 25 April 1901

4 $11,000 IN TWO HOURS Texas Oil Drives Folks Nearly Wild. (i»r*«tsi CorTS-Sp****!***'*•> AI'STIN. Tex, April U.-The re- Cent discoveries ot oil In BMt Texas ere absolutely setting thu people 11 .m snd oil companies »r« taking out charters, selling their #l"ck with out -timculty. end ar* rapidly boring for snd striking oil. Today Texas U admitted to be Ibe greatest oil Held In th* aorid. and tha world Is bctltn ntng to reallt* It. •"_-. - r The counties of Jefferson, New lon. Jasper, Hardin. Montgomery, Harris, liberty. Nacogdoches. Gal* .csion an.l llrasonla comprise the seen* of th* great sctlvlty which Is In progress, and hundreds of people who up to three months sgo wers comparatively poor, *.» fsr a* this ..world's goods ars concerned, er* now tn good circumstance*. Some 11.\ >• been made Immensely wealthy In a short spec. ot _lm*. end en* at a l<-ss |irs to what to do with their money. One truck farmer, who owned a Ilttl* vetch of ground near IU au moot, sold his four...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 26 April 1901

.THE Only •,'«P*-r in ! cattle Hint Dares iVriot the News : : : STiNO- 53. HEART-BREAKING SCENES OF DEATH AND SUFFERING — ■-——-——— ■ gj,ty Bodies Already Recovered From the Wrecked Powder Works Near Frankfort- Corpses Charred and Mutilated Beyond Recognition. : aBiS-tTORTi A* l*-—*--«-**F t»dlee etrcady hare been recovered ■ mm «_!__• ot the explosion on I llr* at i.re.ah. MM this city. B»»*a*sed that *">** bodies will be found. The work of searching -^torm asrsv the debris I* -Mine forward rapidly. ■ >( _ guard tb* ruins. _ t a t ot jjlperwna wer* killed or wounded by the several explosions, -jitieftrfß fcdtowln*. 101*1* eUßSieg. aad crowds surround ths work* today watching ¥te aU fi**>l' *-*•**"* jastsf tie deed «r* 100 badly mutilated and blackened to be limit nu^iVP-'HT, April J*.—_Tlirtb*r *«pl _•*!.. at Oreshelm are Im p*A,i. ' 7,^'A,-: fr. 9t*. foWJers »»* civilians Beer the scene hays been withdrawn I-v ***** roan I about the ruins are pitiful beyond the pee of pen ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 26 April 1901

__* THE SEATTLE STAR A-rtastaeaa Hep**-. Tel. Main lew. Editorial tvpt.. Tel, Main lilt. KVKHY AFTERNOON KXi'KI'T SUNDAY. ay Star Publishing Co ■ m.-,- -ttr« wbuji * * * **»***. •U r. CIIaSH • - Business vi.-a**' OB* real |*»f ecr» sli csnts par ****• a* i»«Ttu e**f i*»r month 4rllv«raj my re,sri or earner*. No Its* cotes HO? IHird *«*!£> Avenue Fnl*t*_l *« ms |*»st-i"fle* si Bast!!*, Wasa tr«lc». •* served-* Is as n.sii.r HAS A PARALLEL IN SEATTLE. An Install.-. of the way high rate* for gas an.i other public commodi ties are maintained Is afforded by the purchase not long s»o of the Youngs* town. i>. Has A Kiev-trie Ught Co. This concern had a practical monop oly of the field. Starting In with a large over . npit .i.'satt >n. It issued bonds and applied the proceeds to paying for expenditures for the plant. Thus th,* reel Investment was not half what It was represented to be. Br en edjustment el rates tbe com pany managed to pa) Interest on th bonds and prattle on the sto...

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

pHTTiW APRIL :», »« WINE FIEND IS MR. GRADY Tammany** Brilliant Sen •tor In a Sanitarium. *■ R TORK. April r*.- State Ben. ater Orsdv. Tammany's chief orator sine* the desertion of Itnurke t'ock ____ Is recuperating at a sanitarium troto th* <*fl', *c,!, „f ***tee drinking. jl>s constant devotion to Ihe bevrr* tot* earned for him at Albany the •ase-Blt*''* °r * **'■"** ••**•*■« For ».vcn weeks. It !* "aid. he was al ■*•* constantly under Its Influence, It* aftrn arose In the nltht to drink t so or three pint*, lie was iii.ttf frtvat s» it* brands. It I* expected is*' h. will rrtiivvr In three or four p....ntha- Another Tammany light, farmer Congressman Tom Bradley. d*d ta Washington, I». C. a few week, ago m * result of •I*** drink* fas* .__ ', STR. DOLPHIN FROM SKAGWAY gttanf-r Dolphin. Cipi O" Brlen. of A Alaska Steamship Civ. arriv.-*l M gfcag-vay and Lynn canal 'ports «t • o'clock Ihts eiornlng, wltfc 44 p»***ng«-r* ail of whom totr* tt' "t gout heist, .Mask i ' ryyf trsil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 26 April 1901

a-L WITH A COW In a Box Car. Weary V Actors Travel. r.-i|fvUl Corr>>»t**«4«»>*».) iSKKW *YOI.K, April ll.—lt.tv.nc I ridden a large part of the* way from Chicago In » fnlght car with a cow, Fred Nevlll anil Thill.* Kohike, who admit th*y are actors, loitered slung ths trail last night exchanging greet ing «Hh these *l.a hail letsuro to re* member them. »i.Ths youths I. ft their happy llni 1.-ii home* to start from iT-leago \tlth a-'*Mul»lo.*n'a strategy" com* p»n.v, managed by John Swain. *>ne vmini.l.. all the players hs4 f"r re hr-.u--.tl. for tho* needed the nmnry. bo did Swain. Zai, P*< Opening at Jackson, Mich-, to|ls.i3 ! 4 (.scours gtd the Thespians, hut tho JkpatotoSet S.I I.i he had played thst l Vmn -WWrv'.y a» a dress rehearsal. [/and prophesied better business, nl tho " ne\t week's stsnd. _lle prow*! a false prophet. I!** n-lvals, circuses, dog Ugh!*, corktnir !mains and other rival attractions ■rfcept ths bos efflfa-e all but empty at ths. followlnc stops...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 27 April 1901

iHI imiy I'apcr in 1 Seattle Unit Dares Sprint the News : : * El 3. NO. 51. DISORDER increases and Pekin Is Much Alarmed. - .a—tv April t7.-DU_.rdfr In the ■jSi&upled hy the elll-w Is Sfe neeeaiet. snd numerous !*jtSak» »fdia»r*nt -Hints ere re* 2w*.-*" 9* far ii* U known they I*^____l „.!'. at any concerted plan. I _»*-'V |B »*•*». however. lh.!.' ts [ ggt BSlleiy -_ •-* "" fUtUro* sriiN. April XT.-The Herman ex* _S«arT force h»» hsd c hard en* ESTerta the Chinese in ,__r_; * _S* tt Share*. The Orrmsns • mS»'"• !» <>• • *t**** *JUt I* U. m* _» ***_ __— —- fret* "Bye *•»• »*'••" vrw ORLEANS. April K.-Orth a**/***, * **«ll known newspaper *i ;**.< wis. years ago wrote tho S^se-Bys" eoltts-*. » «•»»•* N-"* Z^n Ttmes-Democrst. Is dead, of SaejjiSion. He sa« ag-.**l St years. *• T ~ tank Looted. MIiaUTOS. Mich.. April 17.— .£*,, entered the bank of J. O. *C..k. ->..*« »I»e safe end carried off '__*•» reek. '"* Ini"' et ths Sit **« badly wrecked by the ex* Wanted for Murd...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 27 April 1901

_r A* THE SETTLE STAR iTi^Tj-JTbept., T#l. Main I°lo. -Udllcrlal ivpt., Tel. Msln ■•*»*•_ taVKitv *rTEnxca»i axcur-r BCMoai . By Star Publnhlng Co. _b. mas .no wKta-s - - . Miter. *i- »'. • MASK * - Pint »l«»«-l*r 4 <?»» rent •ar* -vr*». •'* essta ■**» *"** ** l>».-'|. Via .-*«!» **t month. .1»ll.«*r*_l »» ■ leall or esi-H.rw Nn Ires .MB M inrd :^K * Avenue _Cnt*i»l it the |-osto-»k*» At Seattle. tVa.k --■ I _;' -ii s* «»e_i»4-el»-» m*t**sr WHEN CHIIDRtN MARRY. Th other day Harry Churchill. SO. end Alma lTles, IT. very much In '- love. boarded » trolley car In Omaha, their heme, went to Council muffs, ami wer*- married, It « .1- Itnmance with a capital It. It began In Behind, where Cupid keeps a targe corps of assistants. They made ryes when they ahoutd have been drawing maps, for such la the way of the world, and they stored their hrsdr* with know ledge and their hearts with affection till ■.■l'.ir.ii! i: seemed a synonyri for Despair. I Mr.. Pries objected lo Harry. She admi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 27 April 1901

JuTi-nnAT. A pniL it, w\. FAILED TO SAY "EXCUSE ME" ir. Sc!»rn-* Was Rude and His Wile Lett. tie » million ti' render Judgment _i ihe defendant, there was •** .il before Judge l.mory twucM. t Minnie K. ££££? * *.il«« I-*"*-, '<* **"t,rv lor scitarate malntcn* S_-_r.i..trii«n.lfnt of divorce. ffffSaSS*. ««*a nl Its kind wed rP*>n by »h** *■•»•* supremo Ait*. Mrs -Vh.irnb.-tn .ft., a ,_-.'"' career »r t«« months In iS-itewnv «Hh l-ouls H*hnmbtirn. sS_T_l___k_e cc th»o per month for *2££su *• l>l-*".t'ff «M«1 •fISTd ' Apparently the !lrtt c*v* ' ',f erf airs Is eesen* pn**' k't 1-. provide., she can •em the ni • I" award ber main* s*£V **ej *>' her natural *£. __»rt ' made husband '■'JKrtßl city tvtot-r I*. S «'■* '" through "••«11 --ffirwM • nnl up,'n ih* r*" ***** .' niarrtcl couple te* *t t ' -XH* lMvr- -^ V94P At* .iate.l were brought 1 * Mr* rnbom on grountt* Ska. •» •t-**«■|•■,^,,' «"*• highly fUt*** recites, .—«•■ other TV r Ilwn •— J jts_i-ie_i& lest •a*** ,b-",...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 27 April 1901

« 5 ENTOMBED Buried Alive in Sunken Mine in Missouri. BrRINOFIKI.I*- Mo,, April 27.- --• Five miners are burled ellve In tho Ki*s«l>u.l tnlnc. at Aurora, which cav ed in suddenly and without earn* ing. 1 Though the Imprisoned men srs lid ' feet below the surface of the ground ' end TO feet from the main shaft, ■watchers can distinctly hear them tapping on ttu> steel ground-rail*. This gives assurance that they are stilt alive. The work of rescue Is being striven st by 200 men. working tlay and ■night in rclsvs. It Is feared, how* 'oi-t, that owing to ths depth st •which the miners are entombed, it will be Impossible to reach snd de liver them In time to save their livrs. :'■ The famtllcs cf the burled men are es-trmtiled at the mouth of the main i shaft. Their signs of grief sts heart rending. " PRESBYTERIAN UNION FORMED A Presbyterian nnton was or.gan ' Ited ls*t night In the lecture r.mm of ; Ths First Presbyterian church. COSH : posed ot officers end members of all the Pres...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 29 April 1901

KOniv rapcr In * Seattle That Dares print the News : : : vol.. c. NO- 5^ R*^i7rlnc«*s Goes North. __» the tmsltest craft to make » m** Srtt -trWi H. *" <•' the ** **" -ttlai* will leave here to feKr fnataska The At** 1 .*,.a1l steam yacht enn l^ftite a tkAttAW <;f » tons. MS*" 1 lT'^Ul by "his Mc cm** r ite , will »<nd this little <»_!?Srth with supplies end s\art a gjffS mm ct the Islands. 1 P. MORGAN SECURES Control of a British Line of Fleet Steamers, ifci Serious Trouble Threat ettEngtish Carrying Trade as a Result He May Buy Others. ''iffSDOSt April »-J. Ptarpoat psrfsa ha* acquired control of the •ij)-*l lines et flac. fleet steamsra, jattg between the United ■talcs. fgtittl Italy. Sicily. Malt*. Egypt. {Mitt}'aid ths Black sea. lis paid tqmrtm at a million pounds as a tartar 4*90*11. 'Tht land lines exceed In tea toft »',! M one of the Kagltsh aa-aiip Unsa. It la understood lat Mr. Morgan Intends further aft pure-bases, and It to feared tat to combination* will ca...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 29 April 1901

2 THE SEATTLE STAR Husltuaa Dept., Tel, Main 1050 --i:.iii..ii.ii IVpt.. Tel, Muln lis». ■irrrrar'-?7-S_____i_i.-__aig-»tW'*sr l i"i-^- - -- a..._.-,_x..~r KVOtT AFTKUNIION K.\i*K!T SUNDAY. By Star Publishing Co K. ItAKAItn \Vt:l.l.H • • • lMllnr, li. r. I*H.I • - H««lB*i» W»nus>-r, On* e»nt per eopyi sis rests t»r wrek SI i.r.ii «,*■ rent* fee month, tlellYstvd t.» nistl it rsrrltiw No frw cai-lt* 1107 Mini «ss|3* Avenue -l.nl*!*.! st tl"" aiaateWae st Sesttls. Wssh -1 .• i. *» swuiol-clsm matter. THE FRENCH EXPERIMENT. ___________ France ts etpertmaatltia with tbt* latuir problem. French workmen, ss to class, are nol good workmen, meas ured by the American standard. They know little of n system that contains much of philanthropy. They have been used to Furce. In Franc* Force means the military That sys tem of Government has widened the chasm between those who work with their hands and thos«i who have wealth. They have little In common ami France m* cut a sorry Ogure In th,- lis...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 29 April 1901

JIONPAT. APltfL W. ISM. BULL FIGHTS lust Go. Say Prominent Citizens of Spain. i*p.. vi <Mrrr«r»is.t»s«.l SARI.O*. April W.-A movement ta on .!. ifNila to t'ul •" end to bull- Vatm The opponents of the lia «JS| txort •&* «h*» » brutaltaea iStmaSm itvopis ought to gu. ______¥ ste more sanguine Ihat the IXmc* can be abolished than the SKimitam-ea Mem to Justify. !«?bI «n take the place of the vai'iightalnouraniusententaT many P tb* Spaniards •T* **kln,r' htueked by Newspapers. «__• tafenaers are perse, In IA ,t : ri'* encouragement. They iii lampooned In the newspapers tr, Inn . »wl hooted in the sliwta. They ar* '"*' crank* and visionaries. |ta*** about that they deserve to £ rttoed fcr trying to deprive the jopi* el enjoyment. Sfitetsrt Net Cranks. ▼he si-r behind the movement, wwever, sr* among the better class ri lb** population. They ars by no Lane cranks. Their attitude la j At ' ' belief that the J-a % . Is ute-'ul on th* whole, and that It ■pptit b* better for th* people...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 29 April 1901

* ■ ■ LUCKY! CAPETOWN. April :». — Cecil Rhodes, iho South African million, aire and diplomat, narrowly escaped capture h»* the Doers near Klmbrr l.-y on Sunday. The Doera blew up a railway track tn front of tt train Mr. HhoiU-s waa traveling on, but he succeeded In uuiljftiig hla escape, unhurt. Geo. F. Copcland Dead. ileo. P. Copcland. treasurer nn.l iiuuuig-r of the i. i-!o * SliK-aii rall way, .lied at the Seattle tleneral H..-;iit il yesterday. lis was on a visit IO hla brother. J. It. Copeland. He leaves v widow. The deceased waa ii prominent cltlicn of Kaslo. li. C, The remains wilt b« shipped to St. Paul for Interment. DESPONDENT AND PENNILESS Hcrry B. Darnell Ends a Fruit less Life. -Despondent, penniless and discour aged over hla fiii'.n-- to Bud work. Harry IU Darna-11, of Oil Ctty. Pa-, committed suicide In a room at th* Hotel l"*rrtn on First avenue Sat urday afternoon. A clerk at the hotel found tho body last evening. A revolver was lying on the floor near th* corns*. ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 30 April 1901

Ifllß Only Pwpcr in I* Seattle That Hares Imprint the News : : : larU** *,v" IT PRESIDENT'S WIFE IN FRAGRANT FLOWERS Lbamans Pay a Charming Tribute to the I first Lady in the Land-Mr. McKinley Speaks of Blue and Gray—Wierd Prophet of Hackensack De clares President Will Be Stormbound. &••#•♦•♦•♦•♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ thk pnnsini:>fTiAi, tajity. * i a ' .___. .(alfltniliil party {numbering 40 In alt, with the railroad ♦ *___**}. ___>_s__naper writ, secretaries and clerks) Includes tho tot- ♦ !«.« pfrsonsc*: * ' $ga rM tf_.!it and "■"* McKinley: Miss liar' Postmaster u.n- ♦ 'mi tat nn. Smith. Secretary Httrhcock. Miss lilt-hcock Beer*-, ♦ ' „ sslwa. Wins ivilniii, Becrctary and Mrs. Hay, Private Bee* * —-rt and Mra. Oortslyoa, Mr. ttarnes (assistant set-rrtary to ths * r,nJ«!». Dr. Its-) uhe president's physician). Mrs. fix. >. ♦ »■* *9 ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦•♦♦♦•«♦♦♦♦♦♦ ■rvTHVI Ala- April JO.—President McKlnley gross this mom. .„rt»tr Lockout m.tiinial'l. at Chattanooga. Several h...

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

2 THE SEATTLE STAR Duslueas Dept.. T.-i. Main 1050. Editorial lvpt . Tel. Main "3* t „, .._..:...,- ':.:_^___^.._. kvcitr AiTr.n.vjxxv kxobpt m'n'pay. I*. Star Publithlng Co. It M.\I!.»WT» WKI-TtT™. - •K.UIW. l'„ F. CHASI. - - lluslnest Mutineer, m. r««t r»r enpy. sis .rnU J»T wee* « twenlv-flt* cesls l*r ra..-uh, ilnllvs-rw o) tnsll nr csrrtris. hn ters cu»>l«s. 1107 mird «S?©> Avenue Rntsre.l st |t>e iKwteflW* SI Sestlle. W-ish tcatoa, *s Bte-080 elans mstt«r, ANOTHER MELON CUTTING. _—,_a— • About May 1 the Standard Oil 00. will declare a 20 per cent, dividend, which nlll. of course, carry Joy to the stockholders. Including John I>. Rockefeller. This dividend will amount to IN, to. ■*■*. and Mr. Eacksfalttr will re ceive nearly otic.third of It. Latt yt-ar Ihe concern paid nearly TCO.OOO.- I**' In dividends, and a JIOO share of oil stock Is marketable at something over VW* today. Nobody nh.'cets to prosperity, nut the pecpls _>> object to prosperity thnt Is the p...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 30 April 1901

tuesdat. Arnit. SO. 190t. ANKENY MEN MEET In Tacoma. But "Pure ly for Business Purposes." jrilliant Galaxy of Political Talent, and What Was Done to Mend the Ankeny Fences. TUTOMA. April SO.—T>>vl Ankon>. n n. Crocker. Ueorge Stevenson,Ue.». Ktnaesr, Joe Itroa* and Thos. 11. llattre* ar» the names that decorated ,", le.t«er .! the IVnnelty hotel the attttr day. yet both of the Tacoma «,-»*rsp<rs failed to see In this lllus pk*.» galaxy sny probability of pur mm No one In Tacoma "got on*' i, th.- suggestion ,ha' alt of the*« BSUII.S factors were In town the urne day for * reason. They were gassed UP ss ordinary "hotel guests.'* i«d wise folk here are having a uulet ttmk at th* expense of the ness laser men. Pss-Pslltiest. Ratksr. tt IB scarcely necessary to say that l^rl Askeny was here for the pur n«. of fixing up his political fences. OsteaslMy bi* visit to Tacoma was HIS* Interests of the iHin-Amerlcan ' aiiwalttan. he being tbe president af the ,* ,i committee for tha...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 30 April 1901

• I RATE WAR ■MS Merrily on—Skagway I Fare Cheaper Than Liv ing at Home. t Sh The rate war between the Lynn 111 steamboat companies goes IpleeTlu en. A rate of .10 for cabin |fekd tt tor steerage passage seems to I |.. ha settled fare to Skagway. It |m it this price that the steamer go, ot the Alaska Steamship |Hkk and the Senator. uf the l"iiclfU" tt Co., are taking passengers. Hpkear companies are very friendly »rd each other, and more cut ts not anticipated, although the HEst false move on the part of I Mil tr company will cause trouble. night before the City .if Seat eft for Skagway the Fact fie •t Co. dropped prices consider to hold the business over un ie sailing ot the Senator tonight. • •* e case ts known where the B ptkcv went as low sa I.'. for first- HHtatfM passage, although th- ticket la tton was purchased as a specu- Mati.':- and sold afterward for I.' .'A - It ta an amusing sight ta watch Hfce purchasers of tickets at the offl- HE* today. Everybody Is afraid If Hn bur...

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 May 1901

r|[l only Paper In i* Seattle That Dares „ print the News i : : VOL. S« NOt "'"• RATE WAR. H End In Sight on Cheap fir«s to Lynn Canal Ports. _„*,* of th* prwnt n **?«*, AlwU KtwunMot com *£fti »« ?•« ta |ißht- Th«rmtP» •""Urn t» f<w nr»l tl*M !**•*»* gLS« will arr|v# from Bkaffway ??!«** tbli afternoon wwl will '■■**>*O*T lOsbU At tht* rsrlr ,«.««. •iSiiißtS' of Uck»ta h*»t be*n •STI *6» fc>w rate*. I 2,-f. &*»# b*#n r*-*^ lag mat* igJW*! **T* ***** °r tlwa- State a»alt'-< lfe# lowwit poa sLi«ttea which tapurehJUw their ■TJ. <rtu» i«»sMrs»hlp companies £«W* »top l 0 tht»- No «■«•*"*•• ,Htl *f~V ' !*«i»n no* b# mat)* «n!i».» th» * ft ear«ha»*d «• th« tarn* tiro*. »*» KawnUuea t» rif<» rosardlr* a, «-*»« '»f U>* Mte-war. It U z^rfW* tfc»i m>T!M e>f ihu Nome rT"»m h» tntntrvd, Tt»er« la JJ, H?ttry b»«««■■■:> thw« linw twr» I* »ci«-ti* '''•' I.vun can.»! 2* »•* I I tir It »tiirte<l, »» T|ui< KMt&bOAt mm mv It Will PLAY BALL! Seattle-Tacoma Op...

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