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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 5 July 1901

I'll l Only Paper In Seattle That Dares to Print the News : : : VOL. -* NO. 113. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR ASSEMBLY _ . .. ,■■ :■■■ :■ ■; ■ Twentieth International jCcrnvention on Hand at Cincinnati. CINCINNATI. 0„ July S.-Th« first of the visitors to.the Ixith In ter&atlonal Christian Endeavor con vention arrived toda^r. Everything ts In readiness for the great gather- Ing. Today re being held the atate con tention* of Ohio, Kentucky and aev. Aral other states. Tonvjcrow f.,re coon and afternoon will be held the business sessions of the tnternstlon* al societies, and tomorrow evrniaa will be devoted ti> th* grand open- Ins at the Auditorium. At this time , the annual reports and the annual add . wtU be mad*. On Sunday j the local ; -pits will be filled b.-' prominent visiting delegates to th*) convention. I EX-SENATOR PETTIGREW talks to the Star on His Pet Theme, Anti-Imperialism.'' -I While En Route North With Sen. Jones. . r|*4 Ex-Senator Pettlgrew of South Da. tuna, one of the m...

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. — 5 July 1901

V : HE SEATTLE STAR. ——■—■■—■••?.- By *r*a rtrßi.ißHivii ni. m»iT livery afternoon except Mi.liv. Ulf : TEIaEPHONnSi ' " — *i*lr»e*. Dept.. Main ICSO, Editorial Dept., Main US* HBV_" ,Alunt> WMXB, - KBltse . . . . K. P. CRASH, RM.ln.'B Manag.r f OFFICES: ,**■**" .. r-eatUe-110? Third sv*nu*. -t««r*«*s__ New York-ISO Tempi* Court Building, <*Ko.*fX>^r"D> Ch.CSgo-3IT-ll» V, 8. Express Bulldlnpi *m»**--*' ' _. ,l>a* real s*e eapy: sti rent, par w**B er l»«itr St. tatilt p*r month, d*lit.r*4 tv mail er earrtww. N* fr»* . ,-. • ' Etitert-4 at th* ae*i*re at *»»tll«. tVa.ktastea.»* *e>-enl c 1... raattar II NOOSE AND A COFFIN. There are other crimes than murder which ahntild !>■* mad* punlah ebl* by hanging. One of these I. treln-rvbiw-ry. The dynntnlllng if an ,cxprt-»s* car and the carrying off ef the money contained therein con stitute _ serious enough crime, properly punishable by long-term Im prisonment; but the wilful Jeopardtxlnaof Innocent human Uvea which inv...

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. — 5 July 1901

miI.AT. 11: i. \m. LAST EDITION A O'Clock houOfTerror Secretary Allen, Physical Ptrector TVuthm ami Will Temple of the .'. M. A., and Mrs. Allen, returned today from an extended Kaslern trip. They went Kast for th. special pur pose of attending the sunual con vention of the V. M. 4*. A. held at Chicago from the 11th lo tha !*th ol June, and they protracted ihelr trip sx. aa to take In the big V. M. I*. A. building* of New York. Philadel phia, iMatoa and other cities of the Atlantic seaboard. Thla wa* done by-Secretary Allen with a vlexv lo itpplxu-.K the lateat thtnß* to the Be. attle quarter* ax hen further Im provements ar* made, The paity ala-t ' got off at IlutTalo" and took in the l-.ii vneii.- «•! exposition. S*c reiary Allen stated that he prefer red not to express hi* opinion of the Washington exhibit exx-ept to »ay that It la far Inferior to Oregon's. They acre In the C.reat Northern trgln which wa* held up laat Wed rea.lay afternoon near Malta. Mont. "It was about S o'cloc...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 5 July 1901

'■* SEATTLE LOST DIG GAME Nearly Five Thousand People Witnessed Defeat of Homo Team Yesterday Afternoon The Morning's a Game Was Different. Through a misty has* >-f powder em.'k, that hung over the AthUtlc i.l ark yesterday afternoon about 6.000 t * People saw Dug dale's ball player* go Jtg clown la defeat at th* hands ot Mr. KCSasky's fashion put**, of the City [,* ar Ittstiny. ! ii-sc*-* liarlng tbe entire game a con*<ta«it irpflth aad uproar was kept up t \ the Lil tiring af blank cartridges. After X ; every good play numtterleaa .hots ;i ; ( wwuW be heard 1 ntil the last part of the tdnth Inning the *..<r, *io.-d , » to a. but at thi. lal stage Hrettle fc£ rallied and gained four runs, leaving Vi the final score fl to 4. Eloval. Seat- HHa'* crack twlrlcr, was tn the box [-'for th* home tram, but hie work , Eg latitat to connect with victory. - BwP McCarthy of Taenia opened the twlth a bit. I ... lichen cam* ap aril went out on a Ultte one to j» ab.-rt I Mclntyre, Tacoma...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 6 July 1901

'J^lTll Only Paper in Seattle That Dares to Print the News * : *. VOL. 3. NO. it i. CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE ON RIVERS AND HARBORS OUR GUESTS Distinguished Members and Party Arrive—Entertained at the Naval Station-Program for Tonight, Tomorrow and Days to Follow. Next In importance to a vlsttof the presidential party, which did not come, la the arrival in Seattle last' night of the member* of lh* house committee on river* and harbors, ©n a tour of Inspection of Puget sound and the public improvement* propos ed! and already under w*y. The .lay waa, a* usual, cool, bright and beau* tlful. Moth Fuget sound weather and scenery hay* already made * lasting favorable Impression on the t-ougressional party who could not fall to contrast It with the unbroken vtataa and the torrid atmosphere of th* Atlantic seaboard. Nature in all her glory Is not arrayed elsewhere on land or eea as on Pugn sound end Western Washington. Th* trip to Bremerton navy yard this morn ing was sailed literally on a su...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 6 July 1901

"0 THE SEATTLE STAR, j»r. nf-B arOßLtaitisa ct>, livery afternoon except Sunday, nuslnrsa IVpt,. Main IfWfl, Editorial Pept,. Main 115*. ■ »'. irvaAttn wcma R«n*xr - - • ■ a. r. oiiahk, iiu.in... •uaaaaT.t OFFICES: Seattle—■ 110? Thtrxl ave;»ue, ..-**-**"*"-**.- New York-5.-o Temple t'ourt nulldlng. "''*''.-"*'.. v*" Chicago—M7--UI I_. •«. Ksprees Uuilding. .•!.*, cent pmt earn *t* rent* per w**k er ta*nl}-Hr* cent. |-»r moailt, ,'-ii..i-i br tt-.*U or e*arri*rxw N» ft** c-el.*. l-i'i^r-1 at it* |-i.*t-*ttle* st Bantu!**, W'*.hlixat*a, a* *-...■, t .it*, eiatt.r THE FABLE OF THE THREE CONSTABLES. Once upon a time there km a village by the great suit »ea, and tn that tillage were three constables, whose duty It waa to look after the inhtbltants*. wcHfsre and *..- that everybody gut a fair shake. --■..» two of these constable* were bigger then the third, thotisht It renn.it ■he truthfully said that they were the biggest ever. On* of these two I'lK _grr on*«.x*,u* required to be on ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 6 July 1901

b-VTmnAT. JVLT «. IBBi. "GET UNDER THECLOTHES" At This Command From the Bold Burglars. Dr. VV. C. Has tings and Mrs. Hastings Courteously Obeyed. One of th* latest wrinkles In meth* stern commnnd. They ducked thet* 4Hl* Ot houae looting waa employed bead* out of *tgh< and th* desperate •ft!- 'w" n'"'"n-n« "• _t tJs__.,,___" men act out to explore the plac*. of Dr. M. C. Hnatlng*. BI Flrat aye- . „ ..„_..,_ ivue weat. At about S ..'clock two A -**U*dßt>ma gold watch and a men gained entrance tn th* !lasiti.j*s number of rings af value were ae dwelllng and pro. ceded to rifle Its cured, amounting m ail to t*i*&. contents. The men were desperate Dr. Hastings telephoned the police snd apparently had no fear should as soon *» possible, and the matter they be detected. Knterlng the sleep- Is now In their hand*. The melt had Ing room of Dr. snd Mr*. Hastings, ample time to make g.wi.l their ra the bad men found those two per- cape, and it mar be a difficult mat sons wide awake an...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 6 July 1901

« .LAST EDITION. b/ 4 O'Cloek. TIPPED f WASIUN'aTON, D. C„ July a.— ; ' Jeo. F„ lt.,b«rt*, director of mint*. , s> being tipped today ss th* prob- I able aurcrasor to Chaa. it. 1 •*« *• as *r t-omptroller of the currency, Mr. l-avt»» having resigned yesterday. L BAN riLANCISCO, July *—Mr. thiol-*, ts I* now h*r* investigating th* Bkaft of gold at tb* mini When jlabawa ths foregoing statement he ; said it was the first he had heard of ■a proposed appointment, which he c.ii.ldered somewhat premature, as -Mr. Daw*** reetgnetton does not take effect till October 1. lie would say I •othlng further. RACE PEUtOKTON POINT. IX. I„ July A- Th* weather today Is all that could %c wlahrd for for the three-cornered 7 acht I race between the Columbia, Constitution and Independrnce. The yachts came out of harbor soon afte li. o'clock. The shores around 11 ron an*l l__*_asttca*-B The sr_£jt' ton point are lined with people, and the bay U alive with craft of *!1 port*.;,...*. Th* starting signal w...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 8 July 1901

•pin- .Only Paper In Seattle lint Dares to Print the News : : : VOL. ... NO. 113. THEY ARE SO SORRY Tom L. and John R. Can't Be Present. COLI'MtU'S, 0.. Juty I.— "gat,-a and vlsttore n**. nihil tig here for the Democratic *tjtte convention whl.b begin* tomorrow are disappointed because Tom I. Johnson and John R. Mcl . I-, will not be here. John son's absence wilt mean victory for the conservative element, to which McLean belongs. In the matter of a candidate ell concede that Jam*-* Kllbourne will be noin.ii.ited for governor. HE IS BRAVE , AND HONEST But it He Can Gel the Job He MM •Fit If With the Mayor. Mayor Hume* today received a letter from an ambitious resident of Skagit county who wants a Job on the Seattle r-ollcef ore*. The lettrr has caused all km. of amusement , to the Mayor and he Is showtng it to friends as they come into his office asking for news and other things. It . Is a conslomeratlon of misspelled words and a general butchering ol the kings English. The applicant...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 8 July 1901

_ THE SEATTLE STAR. »¥ STAR rt'M.t-tlUVil ill »»„,,...—».-_,.,_,-_._, -.w._»._a_.-a-.,.... —... »■.-.——,. „ i .......a.w»—- *--*—e -* I'vcry attcruooti except SunJ.ty, TKLKIMIO.NKS: Iltitlnes* pep!, |,l»ln tOf.B. Editorial l»ept., Mm! HS*. kt, „,•". WELLS Better . * . - K. F, illti-l*., lin.ui... M.ti.s.r OFFlcns: f-eattle—HOT Third avenu*. ,s *% New York-SJO Temple Court Hull,ting, <•?•_,*-_X flfe> Chicago-,"!?-ai« f. .1. Express Hull.ling. -*Str_-V** On* e*ni c»r r-*r», «i» rants i«r ..k ea t**ntr five cant. p«r „,.,in, .1, «• 1-1 tiy mall i-i r.ftl.t.- N*,, fl.a s„| la. mt*i-r»t .1 tt.. i».i«m,-» .t Beattlt, n*n.Mnalo*i.*s ununl rlas* m»it*r A NEW IDEA IS WANTED. Thoa* correspondents have a filed huhlt. It Is tit trll lh* expectant newspapers tin,! the public that "tlm sheriff's posa* is hot on Ihe trail »f th* ilesperailites, an,! wtll kill or capture lh.-m befor* sundown." Th* next day's despatch usually eitys thtl "th* robber* have uhexpectedl/ eluded their pursuers and ...

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. — 8 July 1901

MONDAY, '-I.T I. ism. LAST EDITION. * O'Clock 1- 1 ' ■ ■ ' - .i* ■ ' 1. ii ■■ I' ' 1- a LATER RRONTON'S* POINT. L I, July * —-At l:U the constitution is winning, barring accident*. lb* lead* th* Coiumbla by about 15 minutes, and ihe Independence by at least 4j. at this time. Aa far a. th* Independence I* con fCined, today's races prove* without doubt thai she was over-cetltnate.l i nd does not .-..«• In any particular wtth either the Columbia cr le Con I tttu'.lon. She will probably he beat crt by an h->ur and a-half t.>.lit>\ & p. iti—The constitution crossed lh* nnluh-l'.n.* nt lit. with the Col. umbla SO minute* astern nnd th* In l-endeitc*. just turned the second link. POWDER SANTA CRUZ, July *.-The Corn* Ing lltil Powder works Mew up at 10 o'clock this morning. Two wheal mill* ai.o acre afro* ed W. 11. Darling, an etnr'cye. was klllad. It I. not known how mm h powder was destroyed. The tt all* aft eland ing, hut th* roof waa blown away. CONSIDIN, ARRAIGNED Continue...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 8 July 1901

1 BEACHCOMBERS WIN Seattle Ball Team Shows a Big Crowd How to Lose The Home Boys Nevertheless Won Three Out of Five From the Tacoma Team. Though Teddy Corbet! was will and an eusy nuirk In yesterday- * ball •' ■■!■ fer the visitor*, he was not altogether ta Want* for losing lha contest, At the end of the fifth Inning, from having no runs nt all, Ihe .-•• ,utie. .limbed up to four, bo lus only one Imlilnd the Tacmians, who had sciicfd two In the first, two In th.» fourth, ami one In the flfth Kill lit the sixth la where It happen •.l—when the team fell all over It* eelf; when ISockrnfl.ld picked up .1 hard grounder from S^.-arfna*' hat. threw It wll.l to first, and .'• i> ;■ continued on his travels to second base; when McCarthy hanged a h,>t grounder t,. jit. John, who wn* play ing short, nnd the Saint eintid tn throwing the ball so fur over Itttf ley's bead Into the wild grass that It was lost, and Met "art hy l*t.«uieiy irotteil around the circuit and fin lah*«l at the plate...

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. — 9 July 1901

'I'm Only Paper In Seattle That Dares to Print the News : : : VOL. 3. NO. in*,. "DON'T CRY," SHE SAID El.tX-RADO, Kan., July ».—Jeaslo Morrison Waa taken to iJtnsltia penitentiary this mitt* to serve Aye years for killing Mis. Otln Cnatle, the aucccsaful rival in the game for Olio „t!.-s bom md band. She held up to the last. In bidding her relatives good bye she e.tld: "Don't, cry. Eight v.til prevail:' ! NOT LIKELY * NEW TOIIK, July B--Trunk lino official* her* are ■•.-riving advices L from th* Writ that the chances of I a rata war among the Western rail- I mail* ar* steadily diminishing. Another Failure. NEW YOmc, July I. The Hark* msack l.tnd Co. la Insolvent aa a llr. result of th* re., failure of the Seventh National bank In Una rlty. Assets, 141.000. liabilities. It,. BBS. NO MORE DELAY On Account ol Alcatraz Paving Co. In the Hill Districts. 'Delays tn the paring nf tha httl districts, for which the sirs* As. Phalt l'avlne Co.. of Ens galea. has the - tract, may not longer 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. — 9 July 1901

fl the SEATTLE star. By si Mt rtlßl lalllN.i ov ■*_r',> M"a*7l aaT *5^MC'->T.i-,i""-~ — —3-— X 08, -~—^ :.l.~7rrtf.,.TT-fc: — ■ l \,iv afternoon except Sunday. TELEPHONES! i nualnees Dept.. Main IMO. Editorial Dept. Main UU. MagQ-saai'it r i in i i i .ißsse.----"-*?.;—*--,;-**-*. — '-^^~TssssrxsssmijjJsmsrrTnsssmmsssza .- _ MARAUD WKLI.*, IMmr • . . . K. V t'IIAKR, 11ii.1n... M»ti«e»r OFFICESt~" Seattle—llo* Third avenue. __*»tvv New York—33o Temple Court ' ii Ming. . Q__BV-P?«_J> Chicago—Mf-SIl IT. S. Express Uulldlng. ~^t;&& Oa* e*at n*e eoi>yt six cents i»*t aak or twenty-five cent* per month, ittll«.r*t By Basil cc earrlara. N* rr»* e»rl.a, Knleewt at tha |»*totSle* al -v-m.. \\ aaMn, i-„ „, . i . i... matter . THAT MYSTERIOUS SIXTH SHOT. It seems quite probable that th* essenil.it facts relating tn th- death ex-Chief of l-ollce Meredith will all be brought out at th* examining trial now it. progress. As Ihe testimony develops, the marvel grows that no convin...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 9 July 1901

TUESDAY. JULT S. Wl. LAST EDITION. * O'clock. SNARL CHICAGO, July ».—Officers and members of the supreme . lodge Knights of Pythias are in session her* today investigating the finan cial affair. of the endowment rank end th* Insurance department of the order. • All sorts of charges are fly ing about. Til* session Is secret and nothing |s given out, but It la team ed from an unofficial source that the committee haa found that from 1100,. 000 to f Hd.o_4 has disappeared. HE SAYS NEW YORK. July 1.-Th* Even- Ing Journsl prints a London dispatch saying: A number of Americana recently have visited Skibo Cttstle aa th* i.:.*!- of Andrew Carnegie. With thr*e the retired Ironmaster has rts ,•:*-. 1 freely his great public gifts end hta plans for future benefactlotii. To one New- York merchant Csrneglo ts reported to hay* said that h* still has about t;vi.,»v>,.i,\i i„ gi v * away for public uses. This enormous sum 1* over and above the settlements tlremrd necessary for th* use and -emfort...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 9 July 1901

* CONGRESSMEN LEAVE FOR UP-SOUND PORTS Yesterday's Program Highly Entertaining and Successfully Carried Out After Four Days the Party Will Return Thence to Alaska. When th* naval >*• al.-amer .On. J. M, Wilson, carrying lite rtv. ,rrs and harbors committee on a tour of the water front and I.ake Wash ington , canal, entered Salmon bay yeaterday, ah* struck on the sand-' i »pii. After repeated etToris to force ,'the tniat over, tt was found that alio [n'rew too much water, and tho v. his* Kite was blown f.r help. The tug gfsttms.in, of the Stlmson Mitt Co., gtrem* alongside and look the party ifashore. About SO Seattle hustneas Piter, at. the hi*. the c yj» the trip. pv v Major Hlllls With Charts. ./Mai. Mlllta, tn charge of the V. S, £ engineer corps stationed at Seattl.*. :,waa also one of the party. He took •': t harts cf the canal project of which n Hurt on and other con ' greasmen made studious use. As re i lated ta yesterday's Issue of the Star. the visitors snd hosts travele...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 10 July 1901

'I'll I Only Paper In Seattle Mi..i Dares to Print the News : : : TOi-V 3. NO. 117. EPWORTH TRAIN WRECKED! 30 INJURED! MARSHALI*. Mi). July 10.—Th* fast Chicago <% Alton passenger train from Chicago colltded near h.*rr early this morning with a freight. Beven pasaengers are reported kl'le.l and » Injured. ANSA CITY, July lft.—Three passengers, two engineers, one con ductor and one cage m.iti were hilled In the collision of a freight with a Chicago ft Alton pesernger train, near Norton. Mo., thla morn ing. The train was carrying ma.ny Epworth Leaguers to th* San Francisco convention. •_ , Thirty passengers were Injured. The passenger coaches caught tire nmi burned sit the morning. Ijiter.—The n.-mee of four of the killed in the wreck arc: Engineer Y. 11. Hrlsrga. Staler. Mo. Engineer __ J. Anderson. Staler. Mo, , , D. MeAnna, conductor. Slater Mo. I. Kaccr, baggage man, Chicago. Three passengers, naroct unknown. VALUABLE MARBLE IN KING COUNTY Extensive Ledges ol Beautiful Black Qu...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 10 July 1901

at : THE SEATTLE STAR Bustuesa itep;., t-i. Main K-io. lMiinrUl Dept.; T.i, Main ll."*, WVaVlir ArTt.ttNiHiN r.VKPr tU'NttAV. ' Br Star Publishing Co. t:. MAr.itti wm.i.s . • • r..titit I". I*. VIIAHS - - 11i1.1t.... Blsnaser, Qrt e»nt _*tr eoi.jr, .v cat. |-»r t»r«k er tat.atr-nve rent. |>*r m,,,ih, ,1.11..r.4 **y ...t| i-r c.rr.,ra, K*i fee. etipl... OFFICES! Peatite-lio: Third Aye. N'.w York »JSB Templt Court iv.t*. -.•hU-880-31* V. H. I.vpirsa lildg. f.nt»f-#*t m% |h» f**atoftU** mt ft*#ittr, W.iti. tdf ten. m* -„ m 1 , !|f,i n.BHer MEFFORD'S DEFENSE Testimony Last Night Showed That He Was Present at the Meredith Killing. The . ■-• -Inuatlon of Ihe h.-nrlng of Police Officer A. It. Mr fiord, who was suspen.le,| |.y Chief Bultlvan for all*.- neglect of duly al Ihe time Chief of Ptiti.e Meredith »«* killed, was held before the cl\ il ».r\ i, c cm mls»|nn and completed la.t night. The evidence Introduced last waa entirely from witnesses aub|M>enael by the itefeti.e. Th- .'.im...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 10 July 1901

Tv_Z>N*-B_AT, JCI.T 10. I BO! LAST EDITION. * O'Clock. SUSPECTS ' IDENTIFIED Two Men Arrested for Cum berland Hold-Up Impor tant Capture. John ttrovvu and Joe Wtnskl. h. Id i at Kveretl oa • charge of burglary. have been Identified n» the men who held up the I'umbcrland aal.Hin on April I:-, and ll is thought they were •conticcted with the big Keary hold* up, when |**iOv> was secured from Harry Collins, the owner of the sa loon al the tmme place. Only I ..■ and a revolver were secured at thn «'in»- ; bsrtand saloon. This mottling John Ktnturst. the Cumberland saloon keeper, lilenliticd the men aa the ones v. I;., held him up on April 1». The suspicion „:.•,,. ■„:„ Hie men with the l-eary robbery la well f.e.ind.-.1. Two days after the hold up of the Cumberland saloon Harry Collins' place at l.eary suffered at the hands of desperad.ies who em-, ployed methods simitar to those used at the Cumberland hold-up. The de scrlptton of the !a*ar.v itiboere tallies well wtth that given a...

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

* THE ELKS PLAY HALL Will Morris Got the Bouquet for a Three-Bagger. A big bunch of roaes brought nut to the Seattle -1.... Aug, Elks base, ball Bam* yesin i • afternoon had a hard time before it found a laker, and th* poses were beautiful enough itHi. Thty wertt originally intend* 1 fi>r tha player who should first uiakt a Ihr** haa* hit, or better. Walton of ths Seattle team bnnged a lofty on. lt;i i the left flald sky, which fell Jtlat outside Ihe foul line. Walton didn't watch tha ball after he avvlprd It: he ii.t kept going, and when !•- ■ taw 1i..:. the los Aug, - left Haid er, fall down and rub a leg. he thought the hit waa good to last as long as he could keep going. Wsltoti had made a home run if the foul, declined th* bouquet and _« walk, tPBT to th* bench in a chesty attltud. before I'mptre Frary took th« acme* phore and whlep*r*»l In hts ear that th. horsehl.le had touched terra Arms In a foul spot. Catcher Walton , otherwise dt.tlngulshcd himself. He] la a football p...

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