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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 16 July 1901

THE Only Paper in Seattle That Dam to Print the News : : : VOL. 3. NO. lfitf. CITIZENS FIGHT FIVE BOLD BANK-ROBBERS puLii sioHi! iiyyuLiiv „» . • . .1 n is ai.S . , ai . re- •*". -' i> Wakened in the Dead of Night by the Noise of Explosions-Desper iados Open Fire From Within the Building, and a Fierce Battle Ensues-One Citizen Wounded-Robbers Cut Their Way Out. »irV\VPHI*, 0.. July 11.—The dtlttna ,; this |'„c had a deapar ata battle early this morning wltn lv* heavily armed bank robbers. |^_W_i_lltS|C3__i^! ) |__^_LV_ißaS^!_^g^B|_______________B At IS o'clock the town was arous ed by ihres dull explosions. „-«Qa rustling Into the street they found IN A RIOT HEREFORD. Tex.. July IS.-Word has reached this place of a whole sale riot and killing between Mexi can and Negro workmen on the new Rock Island extension In New Mex ico, 199 miles west from here. It is reported that In the pitched battle which was fought. It neg.-oes were shot to death and several ale«. leans were killed. The...

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. — 16 July 1901

i.' THE SEATTLE STAR. It* NI'AR ri'B|.|4l||Ni| ill tvery afternoon except bui»«J.ty. TELEPHONES; tttislness IVpt., Main IPSO. Editorial Dept.; Main 113*. ■.MASAItn WKUIA Miter .... K. r. fIUBH. Umliw Managse omcEst Seattle-HOT Third avenue, «■*?»**•» New York-110 Temple t'oilrt llull.llng. <f&l£__s__*S> fhlcsgo-SIT-SIX IT. K. Express Ilulldlng. _* One cent i»r eepyi all r»nt» r»r aaali it la.uli Hie ranta iter month. «lr live red tr malt et eamara. No Iraa * .'. . Knt«e»".l al Iha i--«aiettt,-a at s«aitt-*». tVa.tiliiaton.ai , - * ,-1 , ta.a Btsttev I ' M'KECHNIE THROWS AWAY HIS ONE CHANCE. Health Officer McKechnle, against whom the mar formally ptefenel charges of neglect of duty aetna weeks iigo. h.m been a-k, .1 by the Hoard of Health to resign. The reason given out by Mr. I'.Jlinon, Problem of the Hoard. Is that McKechnle neglejtet) his 00.c1.il duties in an Insscus. able manner, espoclally in relation to amallpos cas«-s, which developed In this city durltig laal winte...

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. — 16 July 1901

TCESDAT, JVLT It, 19M, LAST EDITION. * O'clock. BAOLY HURT WASHINGTON. IX C. Juty I*-— The weather bureau's weekly crop bulletin today, say* that th* corn crop as a whole In the great corn state* has sustained serious damage and has materially deteriorated. HATE S WORK lU'l<\ PESTH. July I«.—The anti- Semites set fir.- to the ghetto In New Plschow last night, destroying 150 house* and rendering lOOrt Jewi homeless and destitute. SORE THROAT TAIUS. July 1«.-Dr. C. B. Koenls of San Francisco, lectured st the Academy ot Medicine this afternoon on his discovery of the new sore throat bacillus. This i« flrst lime th* Academy has requested an American physician to report on his own ii!s covery. _________"* BROKE HIS ARM THE SECOND TIME Released From Jail. Got Intoxicated ' and Was Put Back. J. I* Montgomery l» giving the po lice of this city all kinds of trouble Yesterday he »a* arrested for drunk, tineas, hut was treated es pecially ■- 11 at it. rlty jail as h ha.l a broken arm which ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 16 July 1901

« WHY WORK IS DELAYED Council Finds Out Why Pav ing Is Not Progressing —Other Business. At the regular council meeting last night City Engineer Thorn made his report giving reasons far the de lay In completing tha improvements In the district south ft Yesler way and His macadamising of Madison street. it., said Ibe drlsy tn the Yealer district was caused by the construction ot retaining wnlls and bulkhead* by tha property owners, tha reconstruction of the car line, re moval of poles, ■ ttlng and lower ing gas and water ■MUM, and the failure to get new water mains in time, in the Madiaon strsst mat- j ter the city engineer deemed tt best that the water main* from Kleventh to Klshleenth avenue he laid before the macadamising began. This plan did not please council and the board Of publlo works was ordered to ad vert is* at ones for bids on ths mac - * adamlilng Councilman .tame* Introduced four resolutions which sere passed that provided for the laying of wooden block paving on the fo...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 17 July 1901

I'll! Only Piper In Seattle That Dam io Print the News : : : VOL. 3. NO. 123, STEAMER FREMONT WRECKED ■ -_. Sunk by a Steam Yacht -•Wild Panic Aboard -None Drowned. M '.. LONDON, Conn.. July »_— Steamer Tremont, crowded with l>a.«*enger*, many of whom wers asleep at the time, was crashed In- ; to by another steamer thia morning while making the trip from rrovi <lea_« to New I ark. The passengers and crew were taken off by tha steamer City of Lowell. The Treroont was aban doned in a sinking condition. The name of the steamer with which the Trr-mont collided Is not known. Only th« quick arrival of tba City of Urn,'.! prevented great loss of life Later.—The vessel that crashed In to the Tremont was the steam yacht Wild t»u .... The yacht was dam aged, but proceeded on her course. NEW TORK. July IT.-Mort. than _M passengers of the wrecked strain er Trstnont arrteed hers this morn ing. They say there was a terrible panic aboard, for soma minutes f_d towing the crash. Order was re- ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 17 July 1901

* THE! SEATTLE STAR. By Nl AR ri Bl IHlllVll CO. Every glternoon except Sunday. Duslnesß nept., Main 1050. Kdltorlal Dept., Main 1181 9 ma x a i • ticLiA e4ttor • • • k. r. rtiAsn, iiu.tn*** *i*n__t*r — ■ — - - - - - .r. — ™~opricKSj Hcattle-UOT Third avenue. J -*" T,~*»»»_. New York-MO Temple Court Dulldtng. Chlcago—su-SU V, H. Express Ilulldlng. HUM qrst e*r .-.-.■»: sis rest* r*e wv*fc er t»*ntr-B»* re»ti r*r month ~i- -1 ay mail er carrier*. Ne m** .- -, -t— l'-.i.r-t el lh* i-.-.i. c „ at Seetlle, w „-.•..-■ «« ee.-on.l•<-!••* ine'i-r L -. . THE ACE OF SWIFTNESS. . 1.1. vi. Jamr* Weir Oraydon. formerly "' the American navy, ha* In. i rented a compound stram turbine, which. It t* promised, will pro|ie| rhlps from New York lo Liverpool lv three day*, or from Heattle |.i lapan In seven days, . Don't smile at this statement, .t Isn't a bit more wonderful than the trullry car nn whkh you ride dally, or the telephone, which has become I necessity. Hack of this Inventor ark ptnpjsc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 17 July 1901

** ... NT-WAT, JVTeT IT, MM. LAST EDITION A O'Clock MILLIONAIRE'S WIFE WHILE IfM ALASKA RECEIVED INSTRUCTION Promised Handsome Remuneration In Return for Lessons in the Niceties of Social Life An Insight Into Grammar and the Like. - A remarkable suit was filed In th* uperlor court today by Him Sarah I A J. Kusael. Hho seeks to recover | 111.101 rrom Mrs. 1. J. Healy, wife of 1 the well known Alaskan trader, j Capt. Healy. claiming the sum a.-, ' due for services In teaching Mr* Healy th* niceties of aoetal life, for' nursing, etc.*. etc.. during a period of five months. The complaint states that she was I engaged by Mra Ilealy In January. • lav, to accompany her to Alaska as ' a companion and Instructress, the • arrangements being made ihat the ' study of grammar should be take* 1 up, also social forms and etiquette. It was further provided that Mr*. Russel. who was well versed tn en tertaining, should relieve Mra Healy ' of much of the burdens arising from ' her position as a milli...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 17 July 1901

*4 " FORESTS ON FIRE Raging Conflagration Sweep ing Vicinity of Dyea. t Advices brought by the *team*hlp ■City of Heattle, which arrived from rkmtheastern Alaska ta*t night, glva graphic particulars of a raging tor . est fir* sweeping through the fur. est* tn the vicinity of Dyea, threat ening to reduce the town to asbes. J*or two daya it drnsu volume of i moke has been clearly visible from _*k*gway. rising from the doomed I valley, l*p to the present tlm* the St* had not reached the deserted . rlty of Dyea. but a little shifting of [the wind will, it Is believed, sweep i lbs flames and burning cinders Into * tbe upper part of the town. Once '-■_ among the buildings, with nobody ) ther* to arrest Its progress, the de. • miction of the town will be lne.lt : able. There are i » house* In Dyea. I In tile lower portion, known aa the I deserted city, only a few people re j aide. The value of the threatened '. yroperty represents an expenditure . ef tMa,MO in boom time*. „ TV" City ot Sea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 18 July 1901

'I'll?: Only Paper in Seattle That Dares to Print the News : : : VOL. I. NO. 12-1. M'KINLEY'S HELP ASKED IN THE STEEL STRIKE! CANTON. 0.. July l».-8«nator Fairbanks and Attorney .leu ■■ %: Knox had a conference with President McKlnley today. The subject under uncus. in ts not known. loiter - ljat* this afternoon it t* report... 1 that tin y are discussing tha steel strike, and that Senator Fairbanks an.l ili-n.i.il Knox, is cor- I oratl n lawyers, called here for th* purpose of holding it council n* to what I* the beat step for th* president to lake with regard to pacifying |>>« strike situation. riTTsnuncm. IV. July ll.—lt I* now apparent that th* first deter mined effort cf the Btctl trust to r« ouen will be mad* at Welle. II • O. Th* Journey of President Shaffer and other amalgamated officials to Wellsvlll* lend* an I- rt to thl* state mrnt. It la believed that ths trust will depend en non-union Men to at tempt th* resumption of th* mill. i'.-'.i, .-.s* mitt at M K***l wltl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 18 July 1901

* THE! SEATTLE star. By araa rttattaiiiNn co, *--^*" *ffi _Y«pß*^Yr^"*>*tiir*!ttr'' t,,'i fr"-*" '-, —r~ — ___■_■_■ Every afternoon except Sunday. TF,I.I.PIIoNttB: Ru»tn*»* Dept,, Main 1050. IMUorlal D*pt„ Main US*, 1 It iIA-URU .VKI.IJ'. KJltnc • - I . it. *CntAHR, Itustii*** Manager OFFICES: Peattl*—HOT Thtrd avenue. »*-*>_ N*w York—no Temple t'ourt nulldlng. *_V?Trr._Ct,^> Chicago—llT-JIS 11. H. Kxpresa Uulldtn_r. ""atoM* On* e*al per ea|iyi al* real* per w»*h er ■«. >.t, n,* will* per roonih. o*llr*r*4 Iy mail or urn... No IT** . ,i . E»t*f*_l al th* pesteMee si Mr or-, \v«.Mii,i,mi.»« _-,-..m1■.■1«.« matter KTHE EXPERIMENT OF MR. TILT. It, who haa millions. With the aid cf a syndicate, Is going ta build a model illy near tilnghntnton, N. V. 11. -la aiming at an earthly pa red I*.. with I.gI'.UJTY and PI.USONAI, iii.ii:iv a* watch words. Mr. Tilt Is going lo give up hi* brownaton* front snd live In a model cottage along wllh the men who work with their hands. It. ha*...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 18 July 1901

TWRSPAT 3VX.X Ik IMI. LAST EDITION A O'clock STRIKE SETTLEMENT WITH MACHINISTS NOW A POSSIBILITY President Hulme of the Employers Is Willing to Make Con cessions—Workmen Again State Their Position. A meeting of 'he Seattle branch of the Natlonsl Metal Trades asso ciation was held last night, at which Ihe local mschlnlats' strike was tin ther discussed. Is. i Hulme. gen eral manager of the Vulcan Iron i- \\ork« Co. I* president of the *-->- I "elation. This morning he aald to a Mir reporter who went down to the Vulcan works to see him: "I think that if Ibe machinist* who are out will make a proposition In good faith to the Metal Trades as * .elation for a settlement on a basts of nine hours' pay for .nine hours work that It may tie favorably con sidered." "That la. proportionate pay, or nine-tenths of the wage* paid for ten hours work?" asked the War. •That's It exactly." replied Mr. Hulme. "I want It understood, though." continued Mr*. Hulme. "that I am speaking for myself and no...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 18 July 1901

•t _-,' "., to HOOTALINQUA GOLD FIELDS Unusual Excitement on Account ol Reported Richness. , The opening of tho new gold Acids In the nig Salmon district continue* . ■ to be ths on* absorbing toplo of In. I| terv_.it at Bkagway, White Horse and . l>*w*on, and the stamp. to thy new Eldorado continue* unabated. Th<- rate war that «as being waged among th* merchants of Dawson and Whit* i.r»e before the news of r- Iho discovery was made public, . am* Htt *n abrupt termination. Immediate ly after th* stampede began, an 1 ■Wmerehandta* and produce Jumped § from rock bottom 1.. sky-rocket prices. Is.-Tb* at-eamahlp Bailey will make an exploration trip up ih* Hootaltn* t «ua aa far as Tcaltn lake. She left While Horse with a big load of pro*. pectora several -lava ago, and will take them up th* Iloutallnqua. :j | aalles to th* foot Of th* trail leading ta tin south fork of the ltlg Salmon. tb* only part of th* district which I* being thoroughly prospected and developed. This alii glv*...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 19 July 1901

I th:' Only Paper in Seattle That Dares Q Print the News : : : to VOL. 3. NO. 123. 6 DROWNED, 2 RESCUED Tragic End to Pleasure Cruise of Arthur Colburn's Yacht. *NEW HAVEN. Conn, July 11- The yacht Volntsa, owned by Arthut Colburn of Philadelphia, was wreck ed In a storm off Greenwich late ye* Unlay afternoon. Mr. Colburn, three of his dough ter*. the sailing master and on* sail or were drowned. Mrs. Waller Spankta (amnhet daughter of Mr. Colburn), and th steward of the yacht, mere rescued. The Colburn party was on a pleas ur* cruise of th« New England coast —■ _______________________________ POWERS ACCEnT 450,000,000 TAEL j ♦ WASHINGTON. D. C, July !9.-Bpertal Commissioner Hock- 4 ♦ hill, at Frkin. wires that *_*>.00u.i» » tael, with interest at 4 per cent., *> ♦ hi* been formally accepted by th.* powers as full Indemnity from ♦ ♦ China. ♦ ♦ * DAMAGING EVIDENCE Against Fosburg, Ac- i cused of Murdering His Sister, Way. PI TTWrELr*. Mas*-, July Is.—The trial ef Robert Foaburgh...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 19 July 1901

to. THE SEATTLE STAR. * By si AX I'l'Bids 111 Ml CO. «- . -t— , — =.- | Every afternoon «x., Sunday, telephones. ftuainrss Dept., Main 10S*V Editorial Dept., Main 1111 * tJ. HAIUItn WKI.LB, t7xtlot~~7 . . . g, r. niAO, Pu.ln.s. Managsr —=* HeaUte—llO? Third avenu*. . J a*****rt»rr'few ' New York-SSO Temple four! Ilul Idlng. aJgoJvetQh Chicago— JIT-iti 1?, 8. Hxprca* Itutldlng. '■ " _^»-^-A~Tto r-r?—- — -. -:--._j--r---ri-' - rj. , .■ 1,7-...,. .■.■.. --fie* eenl per *■•,.•, al* ... -. per wsah et twealy-Bir* . ■ i.t. par month, il.llv.rsd e» malt we ,-errl.r* Ke free copies. r-'-r-.t al lh* I*. .tern. „ai sonl.. WBaMagte*. s. .'.-.*•■ I . ... mailer 111. .. . ' _____ — 1 MAINTAIN THE CIVIL SERVICE SYSTEM. , Th* average ward politician In Prattle looks upon civil service with h an unfriendly eye, rightly ronstdrrlng It aa an obstacle which oft 1 time* prevent* him from securing desirable hand-outs for himself an 1 hl» friends. At time*, when civil service happens to favor him by pro-...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 19 July 1901

FrUr-AT. jv_t 11. ltM. LAST EDITION' A O'Clock MORGAN DENIES NEW TORK. July It.—rterpont Morgan Issued the following state ment thia afternoon In denial tif a •lock report that th* steel strike had been settled: "There is not a word of truth In It. There has been no settlement and ther* can be no compromise In »ut a question. The position of the op erating companies la perfectly sim ple .in.i so far as I am concerned, ha* my unqualified approval." PITTSnunGII. Pa.. July 11.—Th' BREWERY WORKERS An Agreement Signed Which Gives Them Good Hours and Good Scale. Through the work of committees representing the Brewer*' unions, all breweries In Seattle. Tacoma and Oiympla have signed the union scale of wage* and hours, thus cementing the agreement mad* several weeks ego. The move Insure* aa eight hour day for engine*!* and firemen in the breweries, also for all the high class Ichor employed hi brewing. Only a limited number of brewery employes have longer hours snl nine hours Is the limit. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 19 July 1901

« OBJECT TO PARK LINE --■'to.- Green Lake and Fremont Peo ple Don't Want Woodland Park Railway. The petition of 500 or mora rest dens* ot Oreen i -ike and vicinity, asking council to give the Brattle Kicctrle Co, n franchise to run It* car-lino through Woodland park, ha. net the orpoeltion tv lb* movement at work. Petitions aro now In cir i ttiiitl.-ti, that it as said will contain more than 1.000 names of person* I opposing the franchise. This petl . tion taill probably be presented to council In two weeks. The opposi tion was Inaugural.,! several week* ago when Park Foreman William* sent a communication Xo the board I «'f public works In behalf cf the wo men and children who visit Wood- I lan.: park, asking that the board use [ Its Influence with council to have th* franchise refused, in Fremont It 1* vtatmrd the residents ar* almost un-' anlmonsly opposed to the request * for a franchise. • The entire matter rest* now with She corporations committee which m. US not make a report ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 20 July 1901

'j'll! Only Paper in Seattle That Dares to Print 1 the News .* ; i VOL. I. NO. 120. GREAT STEEL STRIKE IS HEARING A CRISIS; THE FINAL STRUGGLE Next Week the Trust Will Inaugurate Non- Union Operation and Call on the Courts for Help— J. P. Morgan and the Wall-Street Bulls. ************************* ♦ # ♦ Nil— RK. July S3.—J. rierpont Morgan spoke SS wot ' * ♦ yesterday about the steel *:rik.\ and each word cost Wall street ♦ ♦ bulla about .:*.«. * ♦ liefore Marge**. gave out his statement stocks were booming, ♦ ♦ there having go--* out a. minor that the strike would be acltled to ♦ by compromise. Morgan's statement was a denial of this, mil *> ♦ It wa* followed by a rush to sell stocks, th* fear being entertain- ♦ ♦ Ed that __ dental Indicated a long labor war. ♦ ♦ As a result of th* liquidation decline, tn IS principal stocks ♦ ♦ amounted to 11v..:..;*:.. to ♦ financial circles believe the strike Is far from settled. * *> I ♦ ':•-•'?*"*- . / *:--r * tsui non. i_. July se.-it 1...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 20 July 1901

2 THE! SEATTLE STAR. Br era*. rrsumitMi co, _^ "i -—e— ———p— -■■— j--, \ — -~-*~~*— -— *a_g_a*_.!.■__-.itr-irayiT---■;--o tt". " Evcfy afternoon except Sunday. I nuatnra* Dept., Main 1*350. BdltorUl D*pl Main 113*. ■A. MAttARD WtttaLß. KtUtor a . . * it CIIARK. Puslnss* Manas** ofHces.™ Prattle—-HOT Third avenue. ._e-**-"*"o***-*-"»,^ j "N*w York-SSO Temple Court nui Ming <t_snat*_*i-.*-J> Chlcago-317-31t_lt, «. Kxpros Hi id ing. ttl'-*** Ob* (..I pec •-1 > , «v eenl* per wtstk er i«e..n n> * eests per im -nit.. a*llr»r*>l •T B»all er earrtsr*. N.i the* capita. l?niere,l at Ih* ****__ * at ...in- Washington,as **.-.»■ t .-ta.. i.'.'.er WHY DOCS SHE DO IT? WHY do »o many women In Seattle to* * Wilngty) take pleasure tn b*. f j'. Ing street-sweeper*? Seeing that a woman must be CLEAN before sh-- ran be attractive ■■ WHY are women willing to collect all sort* of unspeakable dirt—much of which comes under the description ef filth -a* they gn afoot through I tb* streets? A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 20 July 1901

HATfRPAT. JTT.T $4, IM. LAST EDITION. 4 O'Cloek. ___a__wwa_-—.■ in i !■ M____________a _ Of"' I '•'•" " "~ —' s-sssWt*— ' ' * MOONSHINE FATALITY U. S. Marshal Killed- His Body Is Not Recovered. I IClelU I Wl Will MO.NTOOMERT, Tcnn.. July 20- In a moonshine raid her* this morn ing Cnlted M.t.s Deputy Marshal Price was killed and two policemen and one moonshiner were wounded. The ho*- of the dead marshal ha* not been recovered, the moonshiner* havtnr carried It off. SENATOR JONES' , PARTY RETURNS Henator J P. Jones, of Nevada. and part of hi* parly, win h went to j Prim-* of Wale* I*land on mining business recently, returned today. THREATENED" ! THE PREACHER i She Wanted to Horsewhip the Min ister for Slander. Advice* brought down en th* , steamship Cottage City state that ' i*-k_rw-y experienced the thrill of a real sensation last Monday night A womsn who gives her nam.- a* Mr* r.i.ifc*. of Vancouver, B. C, and claims thai her mission to -.ir» v is to rslse fund* for th* establish me...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 20 July 1901

J_ DAWSON AS ■■Ml 1" '-tsT"! ' '"! SEEN TODAY Late Arrival Reviews Condi tions at That Camp. SPORTS ARE LEAVING "i :m Estimates This Year's Clean-Up at $12,000,000-Wages Are Held at From $4 to $6 Per Day Slav in-Perkins Mill. Harvey Johnson, formerly ot th* Hotel -.tattle, has Just arrived from Dawton. He left there July 1 the Yukon steamer Victorian— ha* just arrived tun Dawson Il.< 1. ft there July 1 i th* Yukon Bteart »n - ■ the vessel mentioned In late dis- Itches a* having torn out 9 por ; tlon of her bow on the nicks in White A Horse rapid*, on the trip in. Mr -> Johnson brought out a small amount of dust and nuggets. He left Se ■' att'..- on the Cottage City January Aft, arrived at White Horse February - J*, and walked in over the ice to i I Dawson, a distance at 4-0 mites. ?'■? .-Speaking of cm.iltlons at the Klon ili'»f> .apltal. Mr. Johnson says; Spar ing Dm Ara o»*r. ■The sporting days of Dawson ar* * about ever. hen I came out. July I -I,'most of th* sports had ...

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