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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 24 May 1901

[lie Price of Electricity to Be Reduced in This City !-See Announcement Below-A Light War-First Gas Cut Made tilt Only Paper In Rattle Thai Dares Print thcNovs : : : IiOL. S. NO. 77. IT HOISTS A WHITE FLAG Oas Company Capitulates—Offers Cheaper Gas—Other Guts Must Follow —What the Star Has Already Accomplished. M AFTER MONTHS OF HARD FIGHTING! THE STAR MAS BE- L[D CHEAPER GAS FOR THE PEOPLE OF THIS CITY. THE C»TTLE CAS A ELECTRIC COMPANY HOISTED THE WHITE ■MS YESTERDAY AND OFFERED GAS, BOTH FUEL AND IL- KpiNATINa AT A FLAT RATE OF $1.60. I Ike price •'••• ! la yet too high by 25 cent*, but tho downward Lmcii towards a fair price h«* !••-• n precipitated, and It will not HgßsatS 11-3 or lower, has bven reached. ■ > jcn.'annw-Ta by the Gas Company was made through It* j^a. lie Seattle Tin^s. At noon yesterday • tneeeragwr «as ills pxi.*i from tt* or. f.f th.« Gas Company to tho Tim*, office, with ■ iifj'a.l »«*el c»ntainir< the news. A carbon duplicate copy pre- I *•< tor tee...

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. — 24 May 1901

21 THE SEATTLE : HuilneM D«PU Trl. Main ICkSO. Kdltorlal IH-nt., T««l. Mnln 11U. EVCHT AKTKItNOOV KXCKPT IVKOAT, E, Mir Publishing Co. Tv n.\r vnn wct-m . • • K.tt«-v. 1. K. CIIASR " ■ lhl«l»i'« M iti«fc«r. . O«» frnt ptr onpjr: »l» rrr.it r»r «"»* •» lwrnt»-ll»-» r»nt» r*r nu>nih. rttllxtiva b» toutll «(• carrltr*. N» trr* «n»t»». omcE9: jJ^dltln—UOr ThlrU Ay». Nrw York-M» T«-mplo fourt I?M«t. Chlcairo-Sl* IT. B. Kxprrsx JUilk. ltnt«».i «t tM iw»n>m<-» »t **«itl», w*«»i. • KINO WHO HAS REFORMED. One# upon » Hit- Klnr IM«r»rt what is known a» a •■jolly *-ood fellow." ii.- v... not « *>n « then, but ■ rrlnrc. <%hi> knew nt> l«w but pU-asuri*. Hi put In day* unit ntitht* an 1 lent ypnr* hnvlnc a. kw»\ time with tti rt*t of th# KvHwJ frllowa. Th»>y wrr*- hlßh llvrrm high play«-r«. and they hmln"! a «»rat> of mnral*. The rrtn«* dll a B"*i many thins* th«t would ahatn* «>lv« vn an ordinary mortal. It l»n"t neccaxry to no Into details. He n»ar!y broke th» hea...

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. — 24 May 1901

r jUnAY. MAT 11, \m. ARE NOW ELIGIBLE ii S t ot Successful Ones in Civil Service Examinations !^»nUV «r«rnoon, *»«! th« U*t *J .v Ur«* b««rh ot tlamination Z^n »ut>m»teil hy catntl>tnte« for **" twi »inth« *r.«lnp«rJnc. inspw r« «nJ UM»ry wtrvip« of th» cltr. «Vfclß»lS<«* «•» «h* l«»Hlrtn» a; **«a m»tron «ni> clsUirm «ernt. hnvc ?L, .ipt.rnu*!* n>'!«nM In order Lrir* th» trr.arl»*fi>n »raplo oppor. *u V N ftatr la po»ttl^n» th« can *"',, t M ii In onlrr on th# li*i. «n<l Lrtifutarly th"»« who »ur<-rwfu!ly J7L.4 ttu. rw"*nt f x»tr>lnaUcn». riiKiwlr.* U • complrt* lt»t of th» iiwwftil can^!4strs «ho «r« now JfVjhKe f - |«»i ti.'iu on thf> City iwi.v. ukrarr >■ jv,k Vl«rk»—Uitt* E. MuirhT! *^i-Wm. J. MelwnaJd. O. A. Cm, ma»"nry and j*vln» in *«iar*-C. j. Mwf. O«». \V. W*lk. !> R E. TH."-*--. John E. Ayr, !•„ r**«»r»»r. U. L. rac"', O. A. Htehop, I 0, \V«w»trr. A. X- r«r*. lew*.»»**r ami tl<t*walk ln»p»-t- Thompson. J. 11. ,» w,j«lm Jun»«. W. 11. i...

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. — 24 May 1901

*4 " SEATTLE DOUGHBOYS. Tacoma Ball Tossers Turn the Local Men Down a Second Time Dugdale's Bouquet Needs Watering A Big Crowd Witnessed Yesterday's Defeat. scouc BY innings. !s\oom* . 00*8*001 O-10 l>Crttt!e 101000011— 4 ♦ ♦ ♦ , Dux«lale's aßirreKatlon of hall trwi era yesterday went down to defeat ■'to the tuno of 10 to 4. at the tian&i of th* yuunf men who taVe carw of |tb« hawball h>jnor of Taeonm. Al thoiiKh Stovall, for Seattle, pitched a »tron« Mio. hla support »w at time* worse than none at all. S-\ --i-ral Ilium the team rallied, but vould acaln go to sleep, a.nd a sort** < f rrron* was the result. ; I On the other hand th* aggregation frwn the City of Destiny pUyed an irrorlesa sam*. Adaroa pitched well r.nvl hi» support vim exctllenL 6am* ■•|ii>s ■...- Promptly at 1:18 o'clock, after ready 1.000 «s>.ct*tcni had aaarm -1 l*il, Capt. TUnd Of th« Seattle twir nril*l briskly up to bom* plat*. ' nnd after smiting th* rubber square lu-vrml tint** with hi* bat...

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 May 1901

|f Only Paper in , !t tlc That Dares the News : : : rr>'°- tv- iECTRICIANS STRIKE Lloyees of the Seattle Electric Company Walk ■ Out Today-Object to Non-Unionisfs — A I Serious Situation, tS. w isi if—i«n tr*i<3« an 1 V'-tf^jntrtcal »o»k*r» *v*ry trim- J limml can la thP •■»»«' Lkat>:> Electric «>. *»!kr» sS *" •■^'" Th* tlluatlon Is w'^y »«ri«». It *»ay en I B „,»:« «a» brought about i.% i^ptsy ttarloylaf non-union W, t wtr<clAa». and by President 9 >!«(■ "°* •t«» lr* an *«r**- I (lta * r«aUßttt*« from th* ■ ••< tnt**' council nubmlttvd 9 HO morning, which ai>k«- 1 Jut-'-;- :•"«<■:■.• •' non samiiev ■ PfHit t»J4 the coirmlM. -that |H •*!* wlthcut action t>t MC«n »( the company. ■-« «a*l »hen th» <tir«etar* JHjMt t* action, Mr. Furtt ■VojtfU in about a «eek or I. ■■ iS»t ttmr. at least swaanm wilt work for W. rirti«f re«t**J U»« ccmmlt- JM fji^r recftrcd th» rommlt ■r H tjrmnUjr. but aaud h# Mi ** ri»e any rr»mU« •• to BKTa> i -». ■ aid act in ...

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. — 25 May 1901

a THE SEATTLE STAR UMKlMtfTvtftT.. Tel. Main 1010. Editorial l*».t., Tel. Main lilt, nßtKss.-i-n. "* EVCKV AfTKHNWN EXCUIT HlN'tUt. . By Star PublttMnf Co V II V >■: ■■ WKti3 • r.tiiT. j- j» t '*llAtft» * " Hu»ln''»» Mun*!*^!". On. «-ii ... . <-opr: • « n'. 1 " »."k T »w«-ntjr-ll« Kirn per monifc, J»llv»r».t l'» mtll W e«rrl»r». No rti-e Wit»». OFFICEB: 8rstll<»~110; Third Avo. New York -2"i> Tempt*' Court MM*. ChU»K«>-*'* V*B. K«pr»w »>i't*. rr'f.-l •! lh» rwliMtW* m Srull!*. W**»« Incti-n, »» w«w**!n« m»«l»r^_ Empercr Wllllhiii «>f (.icrmany ha^ commandrd that on and »ftfr Jon* i <th« day for the unvrlltnc Of the nsmarrk inon-.nu-nt), no represent atlve of the prvn* nhuil tM pt-rmlttrd to att' i any public or *em!-|>ubll«" function at Which the empt-mr l» tn (peak; neither »h»H the taking Ol nny (tenonraphlc rejmrt i<f th.< knl* *r» *■•! '.- bt »ll<>«.-d. Th<« Orr tn«n police are tN>!«iroande\l to »<•« that thl« e»»ot I* rlglvlty enf...

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 May 1901

IATCKOAT. MAT :• INI. WORTHY CHARITY Washington Children's Home Society Doing Excel lent Work. ..-rtnlsatun that d*»rrve»i the ■imiatwn «f every pe"'"» •" iIIWX In Ih- W*!.hlnrton Chll , SJSeai cMU«rm »n Ihe U»l fly- of '"(le "«*"" h"vr Ll*" n '¥!2r l«lrranwitlnn S>ri 1a kept up t>>- J*! ur . roAtributlona. and any '***bbl t hu> riv"» In ansurrd tab» •SUrIT- »«r»»- llr<l ln ■ """""■' .JTJJ» a will d<» a (wramrnJiblt ■Mf* ■ "'" ft* tie nrxt annual mevtlng to U Jlil June, otHr«r» will O- J!*L» la ln<rv»»e lh«> *«»ntrlhutlona 'STtUt ax>T* ohlldrci' majf be rea. . *jT Th» eplre U»»l edition of a *«r»wi« 'nlttled. "Thcr* Came t • v. Heart" h«» •***» di«nate<l to the *L"j. «nil J»ratt!» mimic dealer-i Ja^U»» n«M Monday to Ihet.ile BIG TRAINED ANIMAL SHOW • -*rt» * R-«* will exhibit !h<"r ►i tnlntd animal »how In thia city 1- Mil *«*k und*r thetr'large *l iVrrx-f Ut«U which wUI be local tintfc* wrß** of Uo*ell »tri»«- t an>t J"_- *tfnvi« t>erformani-e...

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. — 25 May 1901

1 SEATTLE TURNS VICTOR. Good Ball Played Yesterday by Both Teams The Tacoma Hit-Outs Pack Their Trunks With a Large Defeat in the Top Lid. ■Yore by Inntniia. •««ttlr ... 4 I 1 ■' .> <> <* 3 *— I Tacomii .. •.,» 0 S I • 0 * 0~» i \\*lth her nine knocked galley-weit and old reliable llockenflcM on the Bi.k l!»t, Seattle, ul<!ed l>y lUMle'a *ur»rb pitching, made Tavoma'a »r«fk team look llko * p!uub>-iI quarter yesterday aftcnumn. Tacoma p»it In a human ,:.ipult named Stophcr In the box and he >■' Mu>«il there Just one Inning. )U«t long enough to give a crowd of Ta 11'omt rootcra nervoua pr«>»triitUi?». , Seattle hail pitcher* all ovrr Ih* I<la<-« exi-ept In the box. That w«s tilled by little llotllc. the third l^asw inan. And. my, mayl»» that b«iy vcmn't pltth! He mnil«- Tacoma'a hit tern look like a lot of at-himl N»>». .Only one man got to first on wild «»ne«. ami Mclntyre. their crack •lugger, couldn't And the lull for •our |r«| Seattle Pound*...

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. — 27 May 1901

■Only Paper In * ■tic That Dares ifjißtthc News : : : IT* >°- 70 - THE CONSTITUTION VS. THE FLAG:— DECISION -iIUISOTON, P« f!-. M*y **•—The deflator) of the VnltH RtatM wart tn •*" Inaulsr c«»»«, h-ir v i down today. It AOAINUT m tin* <*•* w*lller1*" 'hat <>f I>« I Jam *a. lit '•»>! „.n<.,-».r ■^rt of N»« fork. In Ihla '*•»' th* court hoMe that the terrl '. 6JW 4 j,y th« ToltrJ State* rannot b* rcnetdered donieette for ~-OpM , n t foreign for another. fj£i i^rvtof.tr. <oll»et«J tttider th» t >!«»'»» tariff «ft. after r«ttft. «I ih* Trv*t? " H«rt«. upin kimxU Mm from Tuito 111 >» Into ,^l*l Suut, *** d*o»»r*«< tllenl. K( i »hl»r«». Whltt an 1 M. KWH .u««.mr.t from lh« opinion of bW«iJ***' •* lh* c*urt< Juatu# I'rown r*«J th« «t-tnlon. artßf f* 'Snt pjirt of Ihl> rt-a-ling " «i'i"-»i*i th*t lt|# ffiv«rnm»nt -^-Uri. ltd bu!t»tlrui i» thi» vttect »*r»- nent out by many cotr* .^iau. Li**r on. h«>»»r»r. It b am« c!««r«r th»t th« government* SL» CO...

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. — 27 May 1901

I THE SEATTLE STAR nualn»M tV|'l.. Tol. Main 1050. Bdltortal tVpt., Tvl. Mnln lIS3. 1 \ I.XV A»TCIINiK'N* i:\>'KlT iUNPAT. • l Star Publithlnf Co. K. rtAßAtin WELLS - • ■ IMII-". U. T. CHAM • • tht»tn*»' M•!•«■<•«'■ On* f»nt r«r ct-rr; ••« ••OH V' mTr* ,"' u> i M-- nan fer mi'nih, il»ll»i>r«J l>> mall i* mrrWrm* Nil fr*» rtH I!*** oFrit*i:s»: •...attl*—llo7 Thlril Av«>. N>« York --!M Temi't' I'ourt Bid*. Chicago— Jl« V. «. KxprcnaJlMu. I " rn«<rwt ■< lit* iwMtoffir* •« »«tl1«. W««h --• - ' L'!" Sewlni 5»»d« for an awful N»r»»»t. Th Amrrle-an Aerirullurli't prtdU an article written by a p«raan Mm •d William I. Phillip*, who runa a n»«rv.-i |ar4*n .'i ' h kutau i roun i» v \ .■■■' "How i Manage Mr Tnu-k Kunii." Phillip*. In ♦«• t»i*it - hla own mircenn, my* tM hnn a*<iit''.l a amall '"' 'i'l of Italian Im nilar«nt*. nti.l that! "Not only ar* th<» I'n.rrnt* niiflor ►d. but itNtiirf tn •• year* and over « .-rV from early morn until nlicM. In tht« **r ...

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. — 27 May 1901

v v v M.O FUNERAL OF WASHINGTON AS TOLD IN f»f*iisjt ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO Vertiitum Recital of the Mournful Obsequies Taken From a Rare Old Newspaper of That Day Other Notices. Aft(r rr«.l'n<: the accounti rec»n« --j, üb^w^e^^ •" |h" H'"r- pf th<* l>n —■Kir*** In penuM-Mlon of INwt ftulrt Stewart ami It. S. Oar»ln<-r _ g. rwnih. mannßvr of the HIM n .pr«w Block ■fumpatiy ttJ«J a ccpy of «hf I'lstor I'ounly C«wt^ prlnti*d at Ktnß»ton, N. Y« * Saturday. J«n- 4.1 W. \»hloh c«>n- Klat » fall •"•"«'""' °* lh<l Jp»'h. ami ' •..-■■•■ of George Wanhlngton.w j.currr.l [> iacjt*ton I* aituatrd un the llud««n Ifnr »bout i*> milra north of N.» tk« Otr. "* lh<T>- h.-tn»: no tele-j 'nit* *■ th<** «^»rlr Haw, It took tv »#»• man* dara M travel by I*l from Gevwsenmn, l\ C to Mi* ■• •' Inttratt I At It may be Interestlna' to rrai tttaceoant of the funeral of \V«»h. IMtoa ai it artttally ap[<rarrd tn the ttlex.B* »' a p*i»-r » hen prvya ■!• •• j,Kh<» w*r» unkno...

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. — 27 May 1901

■• SEATTLE AGAIN DEFEATED YIiSTCRDAY BY TACOMA'S BALL RABIES Three Thousand People Witness a Lame. Tame Gamt Up to the Eighth Inning. When Seattle Pegged for Eveit Chance. Only to Fall Down in Wind-Up. ■• l>y Inn • ... Taiom 1 . . Oi: Bj B i-. :ll I \ Just on* thlnt preventm! Brattl-» from bratlnit 'lacoma In th» »>»ll ti.ur..- played yeati-nlay l*for« J (>"0 *i<eotator» nt AUklttlfl park. fUe vouldn't vlay %chh\ fnouith ball. It would ba Jimoult t» Imastnf anything rnuo!» wnw than tho ci- Mbltton of bail plnyliiK mill «ra»< ■ till K'.lty mads V>y that Lunch at r -tKtia r»!lci which 1 >hk.l:i!.- fan<Jty tlfslcnatri the Seattle lla«et>sll club. I^rrur «ai p||»<| tm frrt>r, niul <m* mlataki In Juilgmrnt follo»«nl an other In •U-k>mr<ir rnrM««y. >'P 'rt th* 1 ftehth tnnlne. Hi-atttt- »«» «>nly abl» to get two BUM i. • ■ -> ' ■<>• plntr, thrn. by Ju»t f-vil luck, whi* m»<1« thro* In thi»t InnlnK ami fullnwe«l It fc>* on* ino...

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. — 28 May 1901

|( , only Taper in I Seattle That Dares .print the News : : : tsr«. n°- -"• RIPPER " REAPPEARS IN WHITEGHAPEL tflSpiWf. M«f ».-A woman was .^ifcorrlWy mutl!*Ud lv her bed nth* Whltefhiir*! fltatrtd thii *JLm, TJ»« murder has tauned a j^nt, of «he Jark-the-Klpp*r _, It sntklr*'^- with 1*"1 *ni«lstrtct of Whltcchapel, In the •Ij.isa or London, contains both iLj^at thoroush'*""" »her» tho \^MtM e( buntncM throb*, uud JJL aaoaUd allej-s a:i4 waited *^l,,«ay«, »h.r« hid* >,> day Lwkbr ntlfht the mi>»t dei>ravc4 SSii & «*• "t «"• w»<'**J« v»t o« f^Wi jrvat citte*. Then, are 2 If *i»y. nel*htH>rheo,t« any art tou«h«r.mor» vlcloua, -Tto»i«rw»» to a eaaual Intruder JS tae b*dt-«ays cf Uwdon's ?£o?«UBt>«•" aro occurred the Z. ,j «»rtottJ cf ' ''-'■■* butrh ii, »hk-h t'ir' - London Into . ,»»f tear. ar.J sUrtled tho world I* tbetr jhastiine**. lTiey wer^ lJtrtoe»^* m*'*tcr!ouJ" unknown *£vi » *»«d way of wrttlnr * ig ill* •uthorttiea. teJUna IEVISE THE I REVISION! StJX...

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. — 28 May 1901

BS#»fis I THE SEATTLE STAR lujaluciui ivpt.. Tel. Main 10i0. Editorial IJept.. Tel. Main 1131 KVURT ArTEJUfOON CXOKPT BUNDAT. B« Star Publuhlnit Co. K. It.\?.\nr< wrixs • • • »■«»'•%r I I*. CIIA*K • ■ ItuwntM M»n»*»r. On* f«mi per ro?*; »U f»H r»r *»»k "» tWfnly-Sv* r»n«« r*' month. d«tl*»t»J b> 1 ...l er tartltr*. Na n*» ro|it». , orricES: ] Heattlv^-UOT Third Aye. , New York— £S0 Temple t'ourt Itldf. ( Chloair<>--JIS I*- f. i:»prf«a Itldg. , Ent«rr4 >l th* r«*<<>nir* at *MttM. WaaV J •rit.-ii an " •■ 1 • :•-■ matt(r. , MAKING * BARGAIN. , Th now gm company*! pmixwed 11 tranchl«»' pana.'J to lt» third rvadlnr ' ih tlie city council last r.lKht, nnt; | Mill ev> on final |..i««.' probably , IV Mondaj' nicht. The SO-yrar < i»:iii-i providea for no purcbaM of ' tho plant by in-- city until 111. hulf n-nsury has expired. An amend ment pravtdint tot municipal own- ' ( ' srshlp of the pl.mt at any time after li» or 13 year* If the city Omltm to : puirhaiw, wo...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 28 May 1901

f. MAT ». 1»«. LUST EDITION. 4 O'Clock. Tbrutal ASSAULT I L. Charland Knocked Insensible by High waymen. ii. i I.— l\ atrin* boM-up. and one of un «,*i] brutality, orviirivd at Trnth „„,.. touth, !"•«* Klnif atrrft :.i--i iTklabout » o'ciovk. Th«> victim of Swrtwarm*" *•• F •- ?Li«iJr» with hi» famlty at 1460 rZnath •*rn«n i aouth. Mr. «*har h*i ««* knocked tnm-nalbl* by a *•■ aß j when h<> rvipiined con a%Bjaj*ti h# mw the l*« robbere sSj*warlr« round a corner. Up Zm Mmln>l that thry had not lln r»tt#v«>d h.m i>f hu watch and ,|jjf. but bad rtmovnl hia coat and ■nj. ifrt h*d unlatvd hi* »h<w«. Th<y strt*«»«b Inn frightened away Lmk IK'> b*'l «p«trn *n opporlun mm r»«no*» «>"'" iatt*r. . Vr Ch»''*nJ va* "" hie way n«m« _ yj« tim#. When h«- rraehed th- L, r of Kin* ilrwl. two men l,fTfi la front of him anil itrr th* Inxaa't: "Th' up jrtwjr handa." v. CiiarUnd rorapll^d. but had no « v ,»r <l«n» »>> thin h» r«-.-fi><hl a I «a»sluf W«w pn lh...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 28 May 1901

• MEMORIAL DAY. Seattle Will Pay Tribute to the Memory ol Nation's Dead— Elaborate Program to Be Carried Out on Thursday. Memorial day will be commemor ated In B«attle with more than usual ceremonies. Members of the Oran<! Army po«t« have worked dlUgtnUy, mi.l no de tall haa been overlooked which would *sl.l to the success of th» occasion. The fotlowln« Is the full ptvKram of the day: Tin: i-AKAi Th.- \ i.'mi ormtilaatUina til »«■ • ■mt'i- at »:iO a. in. on th* w*at ftd<> of Ktrat avenue, rlcht restlnc en U»on street, i:i th« followinc order: -I. Platoon of i ii. .■ under fergt. AVard. 8. \Vaener"a First Iteitlraent band. S. Ftr»t rectment N. O. W. i Illxh tehool cadota. I. Vnlverstty cadets. «. Major and members of city Council. T. Flr«t Washington Volunteer a» t.x-latlon »ni . \ - '..!■« of Spanish MA 8, Pexton Poat. O. A. H. ». Miller Peat, 11. A. It. 10. Stevena Vst. O. A It. The parade will tnov* at 10.li a. in. ■harp. Line of marrh will be down First •venae to Te*Ur w...

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

r ,,l Only Paper in '."Seattle That Dares print the News : : : 1,1.1. NO. -'. BOYCOTTED! irpeniers Will Refuse to Handle Lumber Manufactured by Moran Bros— Sympathy for Machinists I _,C* r j*'U»«V union today order .'"Jjjit on all l<»nib»r uutnurao i!i Wtht Meran Hrc*. *V. U I - *r4*r*d m •ymr*«n>* for th« "UMatacblaUt*. Th« union alao K2 nt Br.»BfUl support whtvh SuSroat v* "'any *IWO P« S> • ■ T^Mttoa ***• " *r th* carpenter* I»» wtftly •>•"»-»•' one. Th" * rliTthr' tae n>*. hiiiUK are Ju»? •yLtr demands for a nine-hour !^4J«r With tornier pay. i M iw«u!lv» of the Canwn ■ Jj. vjon il»t«n the executive of ** BittXnW.* '' • rnornln* and i*yd tie eorflmltte*. *>* th boycott aapport the, union had tfisfrrnuii '•> rv«»r%iin« the boy ■^l4 b« obtained »• ■'■• Hulid .Tr»J« ci'Mßcll headquarters this Lnaea. The resolution ordertnr toketott » »« pa»«cd by the car- LmU.'l Blent. It la understood ■MM >•• be. n ni«l with ih~ JoeS. »*1 *'' •** acted upon* at tw rtißC to ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 29 May 1901

2- THE SEATTLE STAR ~lui7iwiT!*pC ToU Main I«I I Editorial DcpU Tel. Main 11SS. SVCnr AFTKHNOOM KXOKPT •VKOAT. ty Star FublUhlng Co. | >hmu M. 1 cut.l »* rarrlw* No fr»» W>l—■ OFFICBI! P.'attl^-UOT Third Aye .\>n- York -:.W T-tni-le Court l.l«. Chtc«Kt>-Sl« If. H- i:»pre»a ltulg^ ™EntwM .1 the fw»som<«* •« »»««tS#. W»i* |!-»t. n. •• W«i>Hil-*I»M matter. The machinist* are putting up th' Mnd of neht U it wlim. They h«« the public mi ib«lr »U\r. —■ MimorUl day tomorrow will have • ddrd slgnlnc»:ue. The hem*-* of another war uic added to the lt*t of lh<>«" wh.v« tnemorle* are to b»> fc tutored. ' AgulnaMo, if ho la WIMS will »tu<Jy tlffton Knsllsh :\n.l then make a Ice t«r« tour through the I'nlted Htatea next winter telling the- people: •"What I do not know nbout the Am rrlcanm." The April quotation on giiol res taurant m#als tn N»me City wan Si cent*. i>ld«ntly life l» not on* long, golden dream fur tho men who mil ham and emt* l» the country of the a...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 29 May 1901

oat. mat », iwt I BRUTAL ASSAULT F. L. Charland Knocked Insensible by High waymen. ■ N H wuullty. occurr.4 at T>nih aouth. B'*i" Klne. Mon.Uy 'X »N«it » nteki Th<. victim of Jduih^ymfn *« r. I. rh*rlan.i. Jf!»,ih *r«nu« south. Mr. i?har 'rf Vm kn.vrfc«» ln*cn*ibl«« l>y a kj?« in.l »!>*" h* " ¥S^in' v«> <^"» •Jan**- •>* **w thl" lwo r*lh'lrr" SJr*arlnir round * romfr. llf zZ ; t»rr*lv«^ th»t lh«-y h«J not In i»»*»^' hJTI °r hl* w*trh *nil JJ2a, »«t M 4 r»m»»vad hi- «-oat and IL.' »c.4 had »!»»•• ■ ' *' " *'' • * Til. uiotJ'" 11" I** 1" frlghtrnKi away Tjir 1 h*il «-'ttrn an -i'P«>rtui» l»i»r»iti.». tb# l»«««r. *tr (TiarUJßil *a* pn h!» way hnm« v tt»» tire*. When h« ri-arh«>it lh# L—rf cf KtT\* atr«*t. two mm ««f' hi front of hira and «[ay» th* MMM ad "Tar<iw up your hands." a, tti»rUr.J . .>mf>J»»«l. but had m ..■**r *jis* •<♦ than h# rweivwl a KorJUf blow en th«> back of th* Mi Hr r»iwmtv™ rtothln* «• mi id* command "Tlm>w up your »,*<...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 29 May 1901

« BEHIND CLOSED DOORS THE COMMITTEE INVESTIGATES Charges of Police Corruption Will Be Probed to the Bottom —Last Nights Meeting Very Tame. Th« s«»cond ni<^llnir of the city rounctl* investigating commute* will be held at the city hall tonight, when th* examination of witnesses *lt >- "now thought that the lnv*s l! :. no« thought Mi.it th« ■ tlratlon will take a full week, as It la th* Intention of the committee to co Into the question of otnclal cor ruption very fully and determine definitely and for all Urn whether there la any foundation '•' the charge* made by l»r»s!dent 1- !• ' Watiif. of the Law and Order league. Will Keep It Ssarat. J. A. Junira. a member of the com mittee, said today. In speaking of ; the Investigation. "We propose to go to th* root of this »natter »nd svttle the question once and for all. « * ; think there Is wUdom In keejilng our : Investigations secret. We -to ' induce wttnesaea to come forwarJ >,(,.> unless protected, would not tes tify. We wi...

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