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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 11 July 1901

•JIIR Only Paper In Seattle That Dares to Print the News : : : VOL. .. NO. 118. EXTRA EDITION! MURDER! Considines Did Not Kill Meredith in Sell Defense, So Judge George Decides This Afternoon. At S: SO o'clock this afternoon. Judge Qeort* bound ' >hn ami Turn Considine over to tho superior court for trial on the charge of murder in tbe first de_rree, '•Thi* court,** said Judg* C.eorg* vi:! hold J- i'li and Tom Consldln* i for trial by Juries In th* courts ef this county. Whether or not I be lieve (he statrtnent* made by **rtt* aeees thst tis shots were fired • not msterlal. The testimony doe ten.! to show that there, were six shuts, but I wilt certainly not usurp WHAT IS THE TRUTH ABOUT IT? Peace Rumor Again Is Rife In England- Explanation. i i" . MANCHESTER Km!.- July 11. j —The Ouardian (new spa peri today | says that a strong rumor I* current la financial and military circles that t negotiations for peace In South vr rlea are progressing despite the fart that dispatch** unfavo...

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. — 11 July 1901

•m* - THE! SEATTLE STAR. By BTAB I't °»t l-«lll\,l CO J__™___L ___-.* --livery aitcnio.ui except Sunday, TIELKTIIONKS: Ituslne** Dept,, Main \ois. Editorial Dept., Msln 115*. r*. iiMAtin WRt.ijt, tin... - * . . k, r, chars Hu»i«».« M.ii*..r Kornccs: Seattle—HOT Third avenue. ,-^-t-iw New York-IJO Temple Court llull.llng. <Mr,,*-«•*_^tj> Chicagva-at.-Mti t*. s. i:\ptt-»s Utiitdtug. *•*•_.•• Ona ewit |we eepyt sll <*.n<« pee tack **r la.nl. ri.. ••■nl, Mr staatß. il.lnrrr.l Br wall e» camera. Ne rr»« «-..i.(***a. Ifnt*r»4 .1 th. fuatofnee at Siwiit*. \v..Mn»i.,n, »• aseand-etaa* man*. A TERRIBLE CATASTROPHE. Agnln a bitter story of death and Buffering Is told, this tlm* upon the Alton rallrwitd. Scores of peopl* hay* been hilled or Injured! scores, who, fur the time nt least, suffer.-.! alt of (he torment* of Hie damned: And all because on,* man, * conductor, disregarded hi* tit* structb*ns and with hts own ti.tn.l upon the throttle of ht. engine, drov* It forward, causing...

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. — 11 July 1901

-flimsr-AY. J'JLT U, IMI. LAST EDITION A O'Clock FOUND DEAD Secretary Easson of the Spokane Chamber of Commerce Was Missing Three Days— ■ His Lifeless Body Found. SPOKANE, July 11.— R. It. Greely. accretaiy of the Spokane chamber of commerce, was f.vun.l dead In hU .fij-woms st the Temple Court lodging house st noon today. He had been missed three lay*. Heart disease U 1 Supposed to be th cause. Hl* land- | lady h.td been to his room* severs! I time*, but found the do.tr locked and '■ * is■;■■- 1 ail was right. The door I wa* broken open today. i . . CAUGHT RUTTE, Mont . July 11.-The Ihre. Crest Northern train robber* are said to be surrounded on People's treek. near the Little Rockies. Seven men. who ran them down, are awaiting the arrival of rein t.-rccment*. Forty expert shots leave Malta for Ihe scene this afternoon. REPAIRED AT BREMERTON Major Ruhlen Goes to Naval Station to Inspect Roseerans and Egbert. Major Ruhlen went to Frem*rt"n' today to Inspect the transports Rose erans...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 11 July 1901

4 EVENT OF THE YEAR In Marine Circles Will Be When the Hcrmonthis Arrives. Steamer lleraiontbts, the llr»t ves sel of th* Kosmoa Steamship Co.. *• signed to Seattle, sailed from San 1-'mui, i*. ,i this morning, and Is due to arrive here In tv few daya; sh* will make a brief atop at Nanalmo en route. So far as mercantile mar ine ts concerned, the arrival of the llermonthts will be the event of the year at Seattle, maktng the port the J . terminus ot another great line nf ateamers connecting the \V*»t 1**1 ! ;<tf the t'nlted states with Europe. The \ resets of the Koamos line rep resent alt the i „..:-. * that baa been made during the past few year* In the building ot ocean freighters. The Meet comprises XX steam-is of net tannage ran. from _.'■ ._> to SOW. the Hcrmonthis being of the latter I Mass These boat* make on an ay- j .■rage of 11 tripe between Hamburg i nnd Sat Francis*-,- carrying tha products of Europe to the Oolden ttate and returning wtth cargvtea of '.American pro...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 11 July 1901

'Jin. Only Paper In Seattle That Dare. to Print the News : ; : VOL. 3. NO. lis. SATISFACTORY? riTTsnunail. ra., July n.—The oonr*r*nce between th* ortu-ers ol k* Amalgamated Association uf Iron niul Tin Workers, and the rep tcsenlattvcs uf the billion-dollar atct-l truJil, for Ihe purpose <'f effecting a settlement of the strike In the sheet-steel mills, wan begun hor* this morning. The t.re-itc*t secrecy Is observed as to the Identity of the men reprea.-nt;n« the trust. AH Information us to the program and progress Is refused li M,, conferees. 11-TTTSDQROIIa I*.. July 11.—President Shaffer, «f the Amalgam. Mad Association, was named chairman of the conference. In a long speech ho presented the workmen's side. tktjlng that n Mi Ike ta mil de sired by them. . a In replying toMr. Phaffer several of th* trust representatives spok* In a conciliatory tone. NEW >r.K July It.—l p. m.-A Wall atreet llnan. lal nous., has received a Pittsburgh dispatch which sa.s that the conferees over...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 11 July 1901

i THE! SEATTLE STAR. By STAR rt'hl I*H l\,l i O Every afternoon except Sunday, TELEPHONES! Pustnesa Dept., Main 10M-. Editorial Dept., Main UJt. tX llxr.Allll \vt Il> i iii,,. - - . . t: _», <ll\M' nu.lnns \t*ii.B*r OFFICES: Seattle— HOT Third avenue. ■». New York—JSO Temple t'ourt lltill.ting «*?•'i |!*/V';i Chlcagt»-.i;-3ia l*. 8. Express iiuildmg. -*n-**«4» Oa. e»al t**r eepj, all cat. c*r .al ,r t*n,t» «.. rent a per in..i,ili. ,1.11..i.1 by tu.lt or carrier.. ,\,> !rr* .oil.a r*rit*e--t st th* sußtstbas *t Beattt. tCasßtftgtea .. steerta ,1... naattse i — „_ A TERRIBLE CATASTROPHE. Again a bitter story of death and Buffering l« told, thla time upon the Alton railroad, Scores of people hat* been killed or Injured; scores, who, for the lime nt least, suffered nil nl tlt« torments of the damned: And all because one man, a conductor, disregarded bl« In* structlons snd with his «w ti hand upon Ihe throttle of Ids engine, drove it forward, causing a collision due and dreadfu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 11 July 1901

THPRSPAY. JULY 11. I Ml. SUSPECTS " IDENTIFIED Two Men Arrested for Cum berland Hold-Up — Impor tant Capture. John Krown and 3*4 Wlnskl. held at 1.v,-rt-it »m n cliargc of burglary, have bean Identified as th* men »tm held UP th.* t'utubet la nd eal.HHt tin April 1». and tl is Id,Hla,hi thry vvt-tu tonne, led wllh llie hits lefary hold, up, when t—oo was a.-»-ut-tHi from Harry I'.tlltna. the owner of the s*t« ka.ll at the mini* place. Only XZX and a rvvi.ly.-i were **■* ui.-.i al the t'uitt iH-rUnd auti.Hin. This morning John Ktnfutßt. the Cumberland aatoon ke. i*i i, i. :.; ... i the men as tip on. a who held htm up on April i'l. The suspicion con tied ing ill* nun with th* Leery robbery Is well] founded. Two days after tilt, hul.l-j up of th.- Cumberland aatoon Harry t'cllltia place wt La*aty auffcird St I the hands »>f d.-siM-iudv-cs who cni plojred methods atmllar to thoa* used al the Cumberland hold-up. The .!*• j Mriptioii of the lefary robbers tallica, well with that givtt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 11 July 1901

* EVENT OF THE YEAR In Marine Circles Will Be When the Hcrmonthis Arrives. Steamer Hcrmonthis, the flrat v«»- Bel of the Ivimitina Steamship On, as* | Signed to Seattle, sailed from San ( Francisco thi* nioruing. and la duel to arrive here In a few- .lays, sh* i will mak* a brief atop ul Nattulmn I en route. So fares mcrvnnttto mar.] Ine Is concerned, the arilv.il of the; Hcrmonthis will b*» th* event of th**; year at Seattle, making the port the! terminus of another great line of i steamer*'connecting th* Waal coast tif the rnitc.l State* with Europe. & The veasirta of the Koam.t* line rep- i 'resent all Ihe progress that ha* bc.-ti , mad* during the past few years tn] the buUdlng tif tartan freighters. The fleet comprise* «*• Btaatneta of net tonnage ranging from IMS to Si'-M. .the llermonthls b*ttig of the litlt.-l | a-lass. These btvata mak* on an av*| erttge of IB trlpa betweeti Hamburg Bad San Francisco, carrying thai products of Kurort-* to the UoMsnl t.at* and retttrning...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 12 July 1901

rJ?ITE Only Paper In Seattle That Dares to Print the News : : : "-- <-:.. 3. \o. lit. CONSIDINE BROTHERS ALLOWED BAIL BY POLICE JUSTICE GEORGE At 10:20 O'Clock This Morning the Bond of John Considine Was Fixed at $20,000. and That of Tom Considine at $2500— The Next Scene Will Be in the Superior Court When the Accused Are Finally Tried. At 19:19 o'clock Ihl* morning Judge George in the municipal courtroom, ruled that John and Tom Con«idltie w.re entitled to halt. Juhn Consldln* I* held under lii',oo) bond*, while hi* brother Tom Will be required to give J: tax. 1" was eipected by the attorney* for both th* defen*. and the prose* t uii.-n that lengthy argun: would j be submitted this mornlns. Judg. George, however, . -i*. .1 a •>.!.«.. tn th* tittle courtroom when he said, on taktrs the txneh. that no argu* mer.t. would be heard, Until long past midnight last night Judg* George searched records and author. NON-UNION MEN JOIN RANKS OF MACHINISTS Trade Going to Portland and Spoka...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 12 July 1901

* THE SEATTLE STAR. Hr vli. 1--IIIN.I CO, livery attorno.tn except Sunday. Tt.t.l.PlloNr.S: rtuatness Dept.. Main ltt.n. Editorial Dept,, Main US*. r. HAEARII *«KI-iClMTtt>r~- ..'.l* • X r. CIIASB, n.i.i 0... M.n.f.r OFFIC—SI Seattle—-HOT Third itvetme. _^*'*-**_!'_**_*_ New York-tli. Temple Ctiiirl Pulldlng. **-^_____SP Chicago—SlT-SIS U, t*. Kxprcea Untitling. **•«_--* Ols* rest p*e e.H>ri six e»at. r»e a**k or l«*iiljr-Bv* ca-nts |-»r month. .lrli.rr.-t • r tn.ll ne earner*. Ne tret rvir-lr*. I*tlt»t~4 Sl lh* r»-.1,.rT1.-« «l - ■ .MM U C 1,., - Oft 1 ■. ',-* lll.tl-r eg ' i . , i ■ LET US NOW REASON TOGETHER The preliminary hearing of J,<btiand Tom Considine, i-barg*»»t with .Kitting ex*Chtef of Potlcs Meredith, bus proved to be s.mii. thing of a disappointment to the public, inasmuch «» it fntted to *ci forth the truiti ,*>r falsity of certain allegation* mid*, regarding vttnl features of th* .: . tiv affray. A cloud of uncertainty still shrouds the tragedy and • ,m ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 12 July 1901

rmr*.T JFLT IS. IWL "^ FEDERAL BUILDING We Will Soon Hear Where _ It Is to Bo Built. *--r— ————*——■ TVarhtngtoa ..... . will be asked to bbl on erection of Seattle* new federal building, probably about March 1 next. That th* plans will te drawn at Washington, under Hu- J.rvl.ltigArchitect James Knox Tay lor* watchful eye Is definitely de cided. Mr. Taylor will go Ea*t to night end report on the site select ed, the report to he- mail* public _ mhathly In Iwo week*, "Yen, I *!mll draw th,- chief plan* for the new structure." said Mr. Tay lor thi* morning at the Halnlcr- Hrand hotel, '"Secretary Dage I* usually prompt in announcing his acceptance of my decisions, and Se attle* anxiety about the site wll'. ....'•;■-■• he allayed soon. "Hld.llng on the work of erection xtlll be competitive, and Washing ton contractors will have the pref erence. Postmaster Stewart witl be the Br»t man In Seattle to hold complete plena, and a doBBS sets will \*e sent him sl once, thst ctntra.- --t ■••« may...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 12 July 1901

vz LAST EDITION. 4 O-Clock. CONSIDINE BONDSMEN ~ -Al th* hour of glrij to preaa the f'i!!'",j;ing bondsmen hnd secur \ *ed for John Consldln* ana Tom Con- J*me* w. Morrison, j.-im •«.'Onstdtne, Thoma* ConstJlne and the l4t!ier, John W. Ccn*l_lne. of Chi. j' csK.t, In the case of Mr. Morrison, . vhUe he I* Willi! Mr*. Morrison"* «|algnuture hi net been secured at t t-Vlock. The moment the foregoing persons ausltfy, the accused brothers wit! I* r.i-.i-, t from custody of the .hetlfl WINSKI NOT IDENTIFIED ' Today Harry Collins failed to Iden. tlfy Joe Wlnskl. now in jail at Ev erett, aa the man who held up ht* Bale on April tX. when sbout POtt *(v-s stoUn. Mr. Collins la ot th* : rplnii-n that Wir.ki la not the man. Bid Fell to Tacoma. _-• The Tacoma Mill Co. h-is been {•warded a contract to supply thai - s-overnm.-nt with B&.B0B feet of luni- ; Tfcer-for tbe military post at St. Ml-1 •Bhaei. Four bids were submtttc.l. j prices ranging from I* t<> IIU per, ItW feet. The succe...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 13 July 1901

VM. Only Paper in Seattle That Dares t.i Print the News : : : VOL. 3. NO. 120. BUTTE HOTEL IS IN RUINS Flames Destroy Butte's Fine Hostelry-Many Guests Injured, Two Seriously—Thrilling Rescues Made by Firemen-Women Carried Down Ladders. IBtTTl^ Mont- July 11.—The Itutte otel. one of the best public house* i •hi* In this city, adjoining the Anaor-nda Standard building. I* In At S o'clock thi* morning fire was l*.-overed In the -.men!. At B 'clock the h.itrl had been totally destroyed. 6____F**~rJ»E Many person*, principally in *.t«. were Inured. though most of them only *!isbt!y. Augustus English and John !•* --rlne sustained Sertoli* Injuries, of •which they may die. The scene Immediately after the discovery af th* fire by employes ■was thrilling In the extreme. The , hallways soon, filled with dense, sur. % locating smoke, thus cutting: off es- SMBt by the main stairway, which PRESIDENT OF CHILE DIES / BUENOS ATBXS, Argentine Be .public, July 11—-Senor Fredertco ' llrrasurt*. presi...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 13 July 1901

I m* THE SEATTLE STAR. »t a ran rcBUSHi.-tci en, Every afternoon except Sun-lay. TKLEPHONHS: Btaaßß Dept., Main 10.10, Editorial Dept., Main 113 V B. IIAXARD WKUA Editor . . . , g. r. i"IIASK. ItmlMM Ntnai.t orrict:s,- Seattle—HOT Third avenue. -*jr-H-**r*-*» New York-iSO Tempi* Curl Bul tdlng. <$W**»*\l> Chicago - .'.I; .us l*. H. Kxpress Budding, -*»it_»i» "*TT*T- -. On* teat l*»r ropy; sis rsnt. f*r xt**a er tt«atr-B»* r*Bt. p»r n-. i i"t. 4rll.rr*-J s* tri.il or ..,.,..•_ !_. frt* . , ... Ketee- "at th* i-*»t»il,c» st s.stti*. w ,-• •■... •• .- . „i , >,-, matlw THE BUSINESS WORLD AGAINST HER. Rev. Morgan Wood, speaking to th. fount women grsduatra of » Oeveland High school, said: "1 hope the time will com* when it, gate* of the business world a til be tight closed against you." Then Dr. \V«-o«i went on to tell how nut, h more proper for woman wns tbe work of pounding beefsteaks than that of beating her neighbors out of their cash in the Btarta of trade; hen much more i...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 13 July 1901

RATURDAT, «TU_.T IL IMI. CONSIDINE BROTHERS FREE FOR TIME BEING Bondsmen Qualify and the Accused Released From the Custody of the Sheriff— Not Much Trouble Getting Bail. John end Tom Con»ldln* si* Itxlay free men, hampered enly by the thought at sons* future dote th.-., will hay* to appear before the su perior court and answer for their action* on the afternoon of June H, As soon a* Judge George fixed the ball of John Considine st 1 ■' i**). and Tom Considine st l. .••«». Ihe men. together with their attorneys, at once set out to grl their httnds. Accom panied h> deputy sheriffs, the Con* Bldtne* si-ent the greater part of the .lay in the tittle* ef thrlr attorney*. Humfhrte* A Bo*l.vick, In the Mu tual Eife building. Tom- Middle * d more time. The Sureties. According to law. a man going I . I for tlti.ono has to (justify In th* sum cf tH-.tV-9, Therefore, 110.000 bonds had to be procured. At a late hour ACCOUNTING FOR LATE SUMMER 5.''., .'■ ■-'*...,. . Only Two Such Seasons Slnc...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 13 July 1901

4 LAST EDITION __ A O'Clock MACHINISTS BY NO MEANS DISCOURAGED Th. following bulletin, signed by l*resl.lent O'Connell of the Interna tional Association of Machinists, and it.tte.t July 9. at Washington, D. C, •was receive*- this afternoon st the headquarters ot tb* striking marhln* lata, and paste.! later: "OMAHA. N*h.—All shop* are on a nine-hour basis wtth increase uf araaea. -DENVER. Col.—All shops are w,'orktnaT un a nine-hour bn*t* with Increase cf wages. **On Friday and Saturday last w* made a settlement with the .".■■.* Printing Press Co.. of Chicago, em ploying *";...' machinists, the company granting a nine-hour day with a 10 per cent, incrc*** in wages, "The ivttcr lYlntlng Pre** Co.. of Plalnrteld. N. J., settled on Saturday, affecting too men. on the same basis. •The ItutTalo Forge Co.. of Buffalo. N. V-, signed the regular agreement: t hours, IB per cent. Increase, with all the other rtsusrs added. 5- til Mors •The Samuel I_ Woods Cat., of Elis abeth, N. 3.. made settl...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 15 July 1901

•THE Only Paper in Seattle That Dares to Punt the News : : : VOL. I. NO. 121. GREATEST STRIKE NOW ON The American Workingman Gives Battle to the Billion-Dollar Steel " Trust for Union Supremacy. 1 * CORPORATION'S STOCK TAKES A SODDEN TUMBLE The Men Affected at Present Are the Employes of the American Steel Co., the American Steel Hoop Co. and the American Tin Plate Co.---Before the Strike Is Over, 250.000 Workmen May Walk Out—Trust-Octopus Is Grimly Determined to Keep Within Its Own Grasp the Balance of Power—President Shaffer Is Confident. NEITHER HOURS NOR WAGES CONCERNED IN THIS STRUGGLE riTTSCUKGII. Pa-, July li-What promises to be the greatest labor war In the history of American Industries went Into effect this mornlna With the strike of the steel workers In the three big branch-* nf the l.ll lion-dollar steel trust. These are: L The American Steel Ok, with :«,«• men. \ The American Steel Hoop Co.. with li.tm men. ' The American Tin rials Co., with 13.000 men. Thus at th* outs...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 15 July 1901

i -. THE SEATTLE STAR. _____^ By si A- rt'BI.IHIUV.I CO. Evtry afternoon except Sunday. TEUtmONKtI Business Dept Via in 1050. r.dliurlal Dept.. Mala Mk . tt ItARAnB Wr.Lt-S, Editor, • • . ft. r, CHASK. Ilaslnesa Matisgsr offlces."* Heattle—HOT Third avenue. **mm___\ New Ynrk-S» Temple Court Building. tV>> Chlcagt>-317.ai> V. IX. Kspress Building. JAA7AJ Oa* ttwt wet tepyx sis eeota pse waek et lwenl»-flv« c*nls iwr month, a«ll.er*4 by mail or carrier*. Me fr** enfl**. ' Bwletwd at th* r--.. -c . . .1 ini''- Vfa.timgton. ss taeead-elaa* matter PWHV IS THIS THING TOLERATED ? A news Item says that Miss '.nil. Mann*, daughter of Mark Ilannn is to christen the cruiser Cleveland. which Is sooa to be launched from th* yards at Bath, Maine, ,'; ! 1 Mow is it that no daughter of the great middle rtasses of this coun try is ever selected for the honor of christening a battleship, or cruiser, built for in. s.ui.' Why i« this distinction atoa conferred upon the daughter* ot wealthy ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 15 July 1901

go_A^*r^ MONDAY. 4 Tt_T 11. 1191. REVIEW OF TRADE j Merchants Lay Alt Blame of ' Present Dullness to , the Strike. "Local trade conditions. while they j are flrm. are by no means what they 1 would hay* been had Ihe machinists' ' strike not been protracted by th- , obstinacy of the employers,'* said * prominent drygoods merchant today. , "We are the first to severely feel th* effects of the strike, and through us ' the condition of trade .an be sum med up.** I Th. Star has Interviewed a hum- , tier of Itadtng merchants In all lines , , of trade and almost to a man they have stated that a la' I percentage ,■* «-f their Misln.-** has fallen tiff slacti ( the Inauguration cf the strike. Com pared with June and Jul* of last 1 I .year the decrease baa been very no- 1 table In some rase* the mer chants feeling It heavily. i It li probable that the clothing and drygoods merchants have suf fered snd are Buffet more from ; th* strlfc* than any other particular lines ironworker* as a .las* are...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 15 July 1901

{Urn LAST EDITION A O'Clock | 50,000 LEAGUERS! w HAN FKANCISCO. July Ik— Ep ■^ worth league excursionists to the number of 10.MO have arrived tier* t.> attend tho International conven TAGOMA'S STREET CAR "| r SERVICE IS PARALYZED —— — -I*' «*— War Between the Company and the City Officials , Results in the Boarding Up of Important Bridges-And the People Walk- Citizens Are Indignant. ". ■ i TACOMA. July IS,—The suburban sire. - car service in this crty Is si- i flgSjfit completely paralysed as a result of the failure of the Tacoma Halt way * Power Co. and the city . .Metals to come to terms regarding re gftatrs to several at the city bridges. * The trouble began last year soon j , after the fatal Delin-etrtet-brldge accident ot July I. when 44 persons Srwars killed and M odd were Injure.! The commissi ot public works, Btfi an effort to make accidents of the kind Impossible in the future, at , that time decided that Immediate tepalra must be made to several of the bridges, notably ...

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