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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 29 June 1901

[•JMIli Only Paper In rirr Only Paper in attic That Dares [to Print the News : ; ; \ oi.. a. ins. KERNAGHAN'S GONE; MISS MORSE GONE, TOO; PARENTS DISTRESSED; ' EMPLOYERS SILENT; WELL, WHAT? v'.'Aa elopement; prvlialt'.n mm i tas<*. ' •vnil no know h.lkp it \\hri« the •X coupl* has Rone, in what la ntw i-mmlnif iti I. f to th« parents of M>« K4lth Man of i:v. t»tt, an I . *'Tiuir.a surprta* to th* many frteiula anil acqualntancra of Howard \v. K« -mahan. rrmtwhllo raahlvr of th« VutiMl T*l«pt»ono Company, of thJ» ilty. ■ Ml»a M.>nw\ »«-ari-ifijr 58, and pr»ttjr. WiKlncatlay aftrrnoon ««,-. long ■',!»t.»m r t*l«phon« operator at K\ ■ •r*tt, Sh« had anawrrcd th« belloa at that vim-c for many month*. anA not Infreqiirnt Wi-r» the call-upa from vi'imir Kcrtmhan, when thine* v*ra dull of an evening nt th« local exchange. Itraldea th* dally tatka ovrr th« ■rtre, Mr. Karnachan «>,,>.1. --it a Sunday bablt •■( visiting Kdllh tit In r horn* In Uvi-r*l t. Xi lcn.!»!-.l;> coon...

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 June 1901

Wf\ll f 7 * Kd)lnriat,t4*|ttH M«m IU-, aW Mil *-*» *S" I AW^^saisassstMris:J-r. jgraaaegaat ,-.j ■ -ja ■ 111^5 II1 "* * * • a rtOitiK, huimm iinnuft I idAortant trffySSZLj.-.. . IS©/' *nd narbors/ mi*' <* * I^^^S'^ /:/(S Ef**> W»«Hn«is«,»« Mre».|<Un matter L^""'. , /cM.7 16 FOR BRCATN. X »•• iH^lt tj^Bmtrir 1/ f \m* K«»l \ arr X ilthtr on Juiv 6 «/•■ *r«il_ wj heat. Tht.,rf«>r<l of th«* It hour* la»t i ifh*"'^? »'"^_««j^ *•**•' '' l«h* •lf«(h« «n»l atmut M prnatntttnni ■ %W«^flr»tf4a3r^yi'te'*'l|Mß* »1 ' •«»««nn>nt that thpy cannot ih>». X t«nKnt by U>*tJit h''*PtC r** !"A!lt ril*h( P*opl« lay ut>on -(!>■■ roof* « t 9 ' v[*t|jkihi,j«, l\ \yg. *'*ja#^i r« w*a unentjurnblc; »ir. t . tn.v eoul.l nol r ' m-^tl^K i«ril.ii r«UxatK>n. dv > f "'Wmax mdißh'bttoMr*** V'' h "N'"w TorkVti-n^mfnt tll*trl<ti iin tin L '■'■•"■•■ffliß^^B"'"' t<-rrlhl<> # rtl«ir»>«» In wW,h (!»■ n..ii> pool must I.JSK^Sy *^\?£j&on *' »<»"> hv«ir. of tlw...

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 June 1901

v ' i: It, lIKM. LAST EDITION. 4 O'Clook. GAMBLING WIDE OPEN With Two Exceptions All the Houses Reopened Last Night. ' .__ With the exception ..f th» Inli'n an.l Stan<tant cluba, all of th* gamb ling house* nt thtaVtty b»gan o|ht* atton* an** ' i»! night, ffftlnce th* mnfrrenc* of th* gamblera li»' s.it ur>!.iy night all open gambling had c*«** 4. It la thought that another I ngr**ment «v mod* and an «n < n- I Ing ordered by th* Iwtdcra. Th* To trm, «rr*n Light. Pt«>nn and Call fi>ri\i.i* nit>» laat evening threw tl.i tr .1 >cr« pmm to th* public. The \"tiu>!i club la undergoing r*> pair* and will probably r«open n«xt ! week. The pr««<-nt eondltlon Bf John c.n aklln* account* for the Standard r» -mainlßc ctoatd. ANDERSON TEN YEARS \' ' - Cfcarli. Anderson, found gulity of m«n«lauKht*r by a Jury, for the Mil- Uvff »f John Rliaa. hi acnt«nc*d ihta •fttmoen to 19 >-e*rs at hard ta bor In the Mala penitentiary. A new , trill tea been a«'«f.i. . Antfotson...

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 June 1901

_*:■ WITH THE PLAY FOLK lt« M*cOo»«li Mtttxtnm*,'AUctXtwt-11. wha cornea SM ls»*ttl» «i;iln. anJ this tlni»*ith n dM«r-«»ti|M<urt; mill' urtaoul.tfdly b«> , «M««4v»ry w»!«m.. •by hU many rrs*n.l* and a.lmlrri». in n i,-,...n i:S?v* Wi" "• i**r* >»• h«» kngwt. ■Vsg*li* •«<*<»«■" • *n4 . trouble by tha »**th «;(,h!»,!»t» wU*, Fanny, IMv. :Rl l*f*>;"''*'f lll* ttvm the rommrnl .■l«LAe»nemt^|irrß thli •oaaoH, hi* ..jMk|lH4i« '«ur|>aihicd in qualliy and rjw^afty «f hi» |ir«vtoua *n"nrt*.«aiul HMitM 4iutl-u!.» to th»- ttjala and .Trt»ultK-» hp haa |vjt!ts,.,v ihrotiith. Ill* wfwrwanw «r.th« Ita,rtm t«»a. pU in ! *2^' *•"****"•* -'*»■ n«w anM ta Ih« ;*P>*r v fUi<'«it part he has c\.r t.»kn>. Jw»ißw« t» th« Im-aki,. thfoN-r. «p. **J»*»*»n*Sunaar »v«>nln«t. ■ July ?, VM™~* !*t?F*trong and *ap«H-UUy ««r*te»ti «-omjMiny. Intludlnjt Ml*n F»rtnr«« h'ti'iip, Ist- i.f «!-,,■, Orand *'»>.wi" >. Sao ( >mAt[*ni > ini|«hd ES** I*'*'1 *'*' * »cn«at|on in •!)...

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 July 1901

Ipilli Only Paper in Seattle That Dares to Print the News : : : If VOL. 3. no. 109. Ii ; A GAME THAT TWO CAN PLAY AT | a < | F It. CHICAGO, ''* 1- *' the h*adquarter* at th* allied trade* « ♦, "«, 2*» I* th*. city It wa. .aid today Inst th* ruovetn.nt for coo • ♦ *oUdatta« ilUii unto*. In th. United Ht.tea i„, on* "i or-. I t ♦ latter, would b* gtvwn definite *hap* at a conference of „«,,*?,., 1 f'ti. labor lead... to *•*--»»» Hi «"»• .Mt/durlng th., r...nt month" 1 MV.. Though th. leader, of th« movement dt.clalh any such tnt.n 1 | ifeU**. It I* generally b.11.ve.1 that th chief oWr« of th. new or ♦ .> ♦ gnnlaaUon will be to put labor In a position to -.1.. *?,."£ 7y 1 ' Z ~£«"»^«'- ' < *»e>Ual Ith. J. |- Morgan, kjlon dolUr .tr.i I ♦ • Invitations ar^ now b*,a« rr»P»r*d and will V, .. m t„ „.,., * ♦ J d.nt Kamuel nomper* of th* Amtrlcan K«M.r*Ut.a of llhor tlenl I If .al *$?*:* Workman IVwni of th. Knights o| Uoer?P^d*n ♦ il ♦^P. J. Shaffer of the Iron and Ht^el Worker...

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. — 1 July 1901

m ■THE 1 SEATTLE STAR. -; ' -« • - ,by BUR rUBI.iaIUN.i CO, ,-•' "livery afternooh except SunJuy. * i TUI-UPIIONRSI ,*)ru*tn»Bß Deft., Main',lo4o. t fMUorUt Dept.. Main tIM, S. ItARAmv wXLU*. R4IU*« * • - '3^™' n, r. niASrj n..in».» M»n**«r I 'M' -H OFFICES: :■-,-.? r-eattte—HOT Thlnt av*nue. , j^PPV**^ : New Yotk~l3o Tempt* Court llvitldlng. «©§Ftr>> , Chicago- tKStI U. 8. Impress liullding. _ e*«t r»r erpy; *tx cent. p»e wsek »* t*»aty-Bv* cent* par nwnth, il.lii.re4 by irt*ll *c <-»rri»r», X* fr** . -. . ■ BA****4 .i (h* i- -. ■— >• *t B*BU**j W..h1n.1t.-., .. .. I ***** r*stt<*r THE SWORD IS IN ITS SHEATH. A* the dawn of a gtortou* July day broke gently over the quiet Wat.is of Commencement bay, Mi.. troopship Kintact dingy with th* salt grime of faraway Asiatic *c«a, came s'o..l\ Into harbor at Ta.-o m* Iter vanished wake stretched .-.way to Manila Huon after the sun was up, four and fifty men. blue-dad and brown, climbed ashore. They were all that i* left of gal...

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. — 1 July 1901

afArnf, --it v --*» iLast edition m A O'Clock . * ■ 1,. ■ _ j - —i.i-■**** —"'""'". .. "-' * ' "'" '■■*»•*•-**»■-**** i i i —a—an-ini. i ■ _^_^__,________ |._._ .SI " ' I I 111 l SLOT MACHINES M THE DAY! k Judge tJeorgt'thtadrnooa <!•<.*. 'X& b the case •' -4" **• Tom \vitlUms. then,.*.-*--' •,« «»»• cMACBW ! Elaborate -potions for Openmov-Jicycle 9 j '.' '» ' I ■' " ' ' The bicycle-** a total of IICVO In prisap ta 100 at Cj - «i* Palace tr Id 11 street and Horen avrnui thfourth, prom ■ I Is* to be th«i«t }rre*Ung and |I, fastest ever t In |* Northwe»t. The '.rack tinewhe sad eight lap* to th* a V I , ■ Hall Broa.l sernnJ In train ing for the Jrtsi pursuit race on the Pourt 1 i I Australian pursuit race a r*j* sre placed directly t>pp<r Mother across the dlametrr 1 II- snd they ride until onra -irrtake* the] •rther. when l .>. - finished.' ' Bki. I a rat-.- c tut and mayl last for hounC i » i »:; I* on* of the beat knovc- ".$% in the noun. . - try. He holts :U wor...

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. — 1 July 1901

' 'ii B - „. iWlia*«.FW-,'..«W_^^:. ! ai..' #v .-. "-*-." *--•.■,» IV ? . <-.-■ 1- C-*.;,:'; iDMBOLDT • *. nun %** a**aw**»*i*l-BWWi**w*P----*-*--* w "-q| RETURNS 1 hspoke the Excelsior and Re ii ports 111 Luck. ————— '; Th* fifth vessel of th* Nome first I I Balling tU.-t to arrlx* horn* .-»» the! Humboldt, Capt. Honlnehl. I-aclnc J c.M»i Steamship Co., which touched port yesterday forenoon. Th* .mi ward voyage of th* Humboldt con sul- H days, and the Inward voy age only lo days, sh* returned by way ot Dutch Harbor, and rvports no Norn* vessels ther* Bt that time. .learner Ruth, Capt. lilgsins, was .1 sighted by the Humboldt M the ' return voyage; th* vessel was tl.xn laboring; with th* be to a " greater extent than any of the other • vessels, and being further handicap. ' pod ti- reason of the fact that the first and second engineers and two firemen bad deserted the x easel at Dutch harbor, claiming that they were not property fed. The steamer Centennial loaned th* Ruth an *• r...

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. — 2 July 1901

till] Onlyf Paper in Seattle That Dares Print the News : : : you. a., no. no. NIGHT OF DREADFUL F MISERY FOLLOWED BY DEATH AND MADNESS .m 4>4>4>44>^44444>4>44>4f4444>444>4>4>44 4444<44<4>*4> I<«_fittis_JHM2*MM ♦ &.♦; OFFICIAL BULLETIN ismtp ;-% CtM: WASHINGTON. D, li, .Icil. - The weather bureau Issued tha a a • Hawing bulletin this morning a a a ■,' "There I* M preeent Indk-atton of a permanent break In the a , ♦i warm wave which cover* th* country generally cast of th* Rocky a a mountain*- a a c 4*>4>4 44 4>4 4>444>4 4 4>44 444>4 4 44>4>444>444'4<4>4 4>t> ■ST. LOUIS. July I.—Prof. Ir* Mick*, th* well known w*ath*r pro- KPh«t, predict* earth, disturbance* for this week, and that th* |il"r***Bt hot spell probably will last a week longer. The present xx enlher. Hicks says. U, due to astronomical event. which may never take place again during several generation*. The earth J ls | passing betw...

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. — 2 July 1901

r 2 THE SEATTLE STAR. ay star n?Bi.t«itisa H*. I try alter noon except Surtdiy. TELEPHONES: Ruatn..*ji rvrpt.. Main 1050. Editorial t>pt., Main lit*. jB, HXarnD"wsXlJ-,^l7— •__*- ■" • a_»\ I*ll ASK. nu.ln*.* -"»*>s**' OFFICES: S.atll. HOT Thlrxl avenue. _-<*---------a^ Next York—.M Temple Court Rut tiling ** 1-;_l,^*--*-ie>> tChLa.ro-M.-I.IS If. H» Kapress Rullitlng, ****ititi3a»» On* cent per eery; *ls .-■••• „- *.«k *r t**nty*Bv» cent* p*r eoonth. il.li.»r»' i»*U *c terrier, s rrr. „'•-• Viler. ,i at th* r- *,-- —-* at --■ ,n: • w ...'-i- «t -■■ a« *• - I 1... , ,"-r Reports receive*.! at national machinists' headnuartera tat Washing ton. D. C), Indicate a gradual thn-fease in the numlirr of strikers at the rate of about l.OOt) werkty.—■ Nexxa Item. Which means that a gt>od many firms throughout the United Stat** are allowing gxxod Judgment, business irnse ami fair treatment tv enter Into th* conduct of their plants. it lAVS to be nitiiiT. ■——»————- Our two estee...

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. — 2 July 1901

TTESttAT, rt't.T I. tsoi. LAST EDITION. a O'Clock. PENNSY! * . • POTOHKI N. T.. July S-— Pennsylvania won the '.man | rue. with Cornell second. Columbia third nn.l Syracuse fourth. Time, 10 nun. IS ae.% ' FAILED TO GET IT Judge GrLffin this afternoon sus tained th* demurrer In th* case nf Frank l*.-*,- against the county, to rstsovrr wages for overtime xxork. Pyle was forme* Jailor and slated that he ha.! done work amounting to fit*) aside from hi- salary. Judge Oriffln was of th opinion that he .--, had been sufficiently compensated, **-! practically dismissed the esse so far a* th* superior i an at con cerned. ■ .-- - "- Kinhick Arrived. Former V. 8. army transport Kin tuck arrived from Manila via Ta aa this aft**—on She discharged 1(K» men and officer* of Company !« Forty-second Infant... at Teeom*. and was then dismantled and turn ed over to - *r new proprietor*, the China Mutual Navigation Cn. Sh.. ■all* for th* Orient and London. July ; is* The •*« Hit With a Cup. Alex Kopky. ...

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. — 2 July 1901

« - VICTORY I VIII Ult 1 | NOT YET Although Slot Machines Are Running, the Case Will Be Appealed. i ■."-' A* a r-ault af the decision of Judge I .-fle-xnt* yesterday in th* Hot ina '~h t-hln* im case of the rttata of Wash i Irgt'Mti vs. Tom Williams, almo«t .». rx m.txihlne thai waa taken out In < ■ Unpilancs with th* order of the I,- Hie Chief of Pollc* Meredith, kt : >*B4ln In us*. For lh* last few day* f ...tthj familiar atght of the slot ma [ r**% -n*s st th* numerous cigar stands S'-xvtih men steadily putting nickel* > -.--.lnto th«m. has been missing. To- ■ ' .Uyllt-l* different. The machine* „*r* all back and their stasis aay lie* thai 'the patrons of them sre doing ; .their l>c*t to tnak* up tor lost time. « I-eputx Prosecuting Attorney tjrif *..-. m. however, says this state of af fairs will not last King. ll* has I filed a notice ot appeal and the caa* wtll h* argued again In th* superior . ourt. At th* present time the tie* [ vision Is in favor of the machine*...

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. — 3 July 1901

Till* Only Paper in Seattle That Dares to Print the News . : : VOL. .1. NO. 111. DEATH-ANGEL La*___*i**v ' l+4>jr4>4> ++ + +++ ++++++++++++ ++++++ + + + ++ 44 taj-st a a iti::.ti:p is not in smut. a a WAI"UIN..TON, D. C July ".-Weather bureau official* Stat- 4 ♦ Ed this morning that there I* no indication anywhere In th.< coun. a a try ef i general permanent relief from the Beat-wave, it .as a a explained th.it yesterday's Ihiinda-r storms were purely local and * a on:. temporary tn effect. Continued Jilgh trtnprrntur* I* pre- * • dieted for en indefinite period throughout all the tcrrltori* affect- * 4 ad by the present trrrtdlty, 4 4 4 [4)4 + ++++++4+++++++44444444+++++++++•+ NEW TOUR. July J.-The torrid wax* to still here. At S o'clock thla morning the temperature v.aa Si. The torture of humidity Is addsdl lo lh* blistering tie-l la). Hi, 1*; Ity Is the one thing that has been j feared sine* the hot spelt began. Only its absence has saiant the city , from th* greatest...

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. — 3 July 1901

2 a THE SEATTLE STAR. I". *l Alt lini HIIINiI I'll. Every afternoon except Sund.ty. TEM-.I'IIONI-.H; Huatness t-ept , Main 1060, Editorial Dent,, Main lilt, n ttABAttU WKI.IA Killter - .'■-. . ;B, F.fIIABW, Uu.ln.M alafiaetr urncKS; Hestlte— HOT Third avenue. J <**-*-*r-'*f».. New York-SSI) Tempi* i\vurt iPitlding. <&Rs*sK9> Chlc-aao-SITSIS It. s. F.ipreaa limiting. l*** iv. .--it r*r ■■ i * .la e.nt. per .el er ts.iilT-A.* .-.til. l-.r ... -„, -. -i- i. -.. l By t>.*ll er earti.i*., X* ft** easts*. f-iiet-.l .t tha i ■ ... " - *t S.attl.. \X'..htnsti.n... ..,->,n.t ... matt** THE EQUALITY OF DRAINS. The death of Hi-shl Turu. i!,. murdered Japuneae atstesman, flngS to mind th* equality of brain*. There liexrr btia been i, any country UKADT aijikiii-: greitl men. In achieving greatasaa neiiUti can almost be cen-i.lei, ,i a liability Instead „f an aaset. The en an,l xxoitien, too— who have been fauiou* In every age have had to work for their fame. Illrth was nothing...

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

WCT-NF.SDAY. JVI.T I, IWt. BALLARD .1 FATHERS Only Routine Business Trans acted Last Night. The IIS.IBB bond of S. Normtlls to ! Insure faithful performance of his • tontract to .1,. *«me street Improve-, ment* In Hallar.l, wa* approved by the council ihei,. last night. Other bustnesa d»ne »a* as fat Iowa: Accepting the rt-algnntton of Chaa Duffy aa night watt, hman, nnd ap pointing In hla place Alegander Pal- Ion; the Modern Woodmen were si lnwe.l I*4 far damages done to th.-li I paraphernalia by water; Hourg.-tt ' ci Powell were given liquor I It-en*, a | H»it..;i and Koltcrta were given the contract for street Improvements on *a"ra.. and Preston *tieet* today. ICE JAM IN SNAKE RIVER A thrilling description ot an Ice Jam which occurt—.l on the Snake river was bnaught down on the Nome steamer Senator. The Ice l--g.ui to run tn the river on the morning of June li. mi Jammed st the mouth of the river the same day. The huge cakes tore the banks of the stream, damaging several building...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 3 July 1901

4 PATRIOTIC PIKE ST. WILL HOLD THE DAY Cannons Will Boom and Bands Will Play—Street Parade— A List of the Sports The Young and Old Will Celebrate the Fourth. Whoop la! Tomorrow Plk* street will be the me of th tlre-crackcr, the torpedo, the aky-rockct, ths bal loon and thousands of people, sung r.nd eM, i. be like to set in nld-fash- I-meal celebration of th* tllorlou* Fourth. like atreet bualnrsa men sre panning the atreet a patriotic red, x. hi;* and blue, and are going to spend »' .'•"-■. not a .rut mors or a cent lea*, In tusking the .**gl* •carearn Th-.ic will alao be sports, music and a mammoth street parade and In th* evening a grand outburst cf fireworks will acluUUste the twl light and explode In ttu« rerulean blue. The** brass bends will tear off the music, cos t.i 1 bring burrowed from the danisms of bis majesty King II". 1 VII , and the !l«n and the unlcora. ti.« regie and the la.ni>> will lie down together In a mv*. tea! festival that will cause the sun, moon and ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 4 July 1901

'pill: Only Paper in Seattle That Dares to Print the News : : : VOL. 3. NO. 112. HUNDRED AND TWENTY FIVE YEARS OLD TODAY Pleasure, Pastime and Celebration Mark the Hours of the Nations Birth Entertainment in Theatres, at * * Parks, on Excursions— Pike Street Began Last Night. With the coming of dusk taat night' the Pike street district woke up. Festoons of t-srl-eolored electric I ght*. strung across the street from Second avenue to Fifth put on their brightest glow of welcome to the crowd* which began to nil the i-h-u --lar thoroughfare. Fire-cracker* were exploded, torpedoee cracked and car. platola brought Into general use. with the alas ef the festive "nlg ar* I eh&ttr," th* ecreach of whist ling bombs and spasmodic wheel lag and put* | of »ky-rocketa and Human candles added to the din and t onitnotiin which ushered In th* big day. Th* Sl-ifi Ileslmcnl rifles* liand frora Vancouver. 11. C-. marched up and down the atreet. playing Amer ican national air*. It tnada a hit, mock...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 4 July 1901

I THE SEATTLE STAR. f. siaii rrnt.isiiiN.i I*o, livery -ilti-moon oucrpt StinJ.iy. TELEPHONES; limine** Dept., Main lOM. Editorial I'ept . Mnln 113s. ft N*r.Aßt» * nut. Miter - - - - r. r. i-iiasi*. iiti.in... Manager OFFICES: H*attle—llo7 Third axentie, *****?_■"!•» New Tork—HO Temple Court Itu! lng I^'**/.-*M> Chlcago-llt.IU I*. H. Eaprean llulldlllg. *--Sttt.rw_-*- Ona .-,■• |-»r ei—iy; .1* r.nt. |..r »<** er teetuy-atr. c.nt. p*f month, .' : - I ky I-—I er ,a• . . |S'i< fre. iH.plea. Rtit.MNl *t lh* re.ietß.-* al ...in.. tVa.httiaion. a. avecotirt . laa, malt-* "GOLDEN JACK" STAYS A F*EW HOURS FOR PIKE ST. BLOWOUT Fresh From the Land of Orange Blossoms and Widows. He Journeys Back to His Ore-Ridged Montana Domains- While Tarrying He Hands Out a Few Bunches. •*Oeild»n Jack Lee. a noted char-j ae*sr Bl Central Montana, stopped. ever In Beattle today to are the like I ■ treat celebration, while on tils way: back to th* land of the lariat from| California, where he whs spli...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 4 July 1901

TIU'l'.S!- VT JVt.Y 4, 19*1. CLEVER SWINDLERS CLEVERLY CAPTURED CHICAGO, July 4.-A hlgh-claiaj operation, the principal mover In! which was the scion, of a prnnVncnt ; and wealthy Kentucky family, haa, been terminated hy the arrest of \\' t W. Stoner and Caaklla June*. From Kaunas I'll. Information; wa* sent tt> Chicago that one hun- j rtred Plank draft*, drawn on the] Third National hank of New York, j by the Farmers" National Rank ot j Topeka, bad l.*cn engraveil and wer* in the hands of men who had, atarted the previous e\ mnu fur Chi* j Cago. Before the second race at Wash* i Ingtoir fr-r. r-t.-i.--r made a bet of j *.*». A tti-0 bill and a diaft for I JliV.i was tend*re<l the owner of the] Virginia Club htvnk. lie x»«* told to: return after the race, when the, char ». would be given him. and] when h* appeared he was placed un- , der ariest. He said he waa staving at tb' Au ditorium annex. There a v«t!se marked C. Jonea, was four. Btfaoo Jonra appeared. He was arrested 6,0...

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. — 4 July 1901

4 FALSE BEAU IN HANDS OF GIRLS MAMA i.- . • -Mi OorreapoadwK-a.) I PATtaRSON. N. J.. June .J, An-i gi> at th courae nf her daughter* lover, who Jilted lu-r for another,' Mt*. Rachel 1 lager, a boarding house mli.il<-*i.t. has sued the young man for the meals he ate st her house, and for tb* use f» tbe family rig in vx tii.lt he took 11... sweet l.v Hi l.'ag • i riding. The defendant Is I'hlllp Bentor, a young real ealato clcajcr. I'hllip' nll t.-,l xxlth l.tiille one day and af ter that was a steady . tailor st Hie ICager home. ' Sudden!, hla vlalta stopped an l When Mr*, t'.iiiii- lnxeatlgut.il sha found he loved atul failed upon an other. The mother su*d for 60 meal* at :.'■ rents each, a total tif IIS, and trn carriage rides at tl each, making In ail i:;. . —. i, 1,. The Jury In the case of ft. p. Me. Clure against J. tinodgraaa mid wire, return.-,! a verdict awarding dam-i ears to the plain"** in the aunt of ■ .**»_* 44* *«*««**.* aaaa »•. njt a * a*,***,*.************ «jx...

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