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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 22 July 1901

•J*nr. Only Paper In Seattle That Dares t o Print the News : : : VOL. 3. _SO. 127. 1000 MEN DISMISSED IN 'FRISCO Teamsters Refuse to Do Work for Non-Union I '* Establishment. If * SAN rnA.NCI-.CO, July -J,— * * Ono thousand union teamsters * * -ere discharge her* today for * * refusing to hand!- mcrchandlso * * nut a non-union hous*. ity * * night '._» till- be* out. A com- * * put* tie-up of local tray ago and * - * freighting Is expected. The men * ._ * claim the move was Inaugural- » * ed by the Employers again * V * tlen as part of a plan to break * * up unions. *» * 9 a********** ************* H SAN rnxxcisco, J U |- tt,—*\ .-general tie-up of ths wholesale anl retail trod* of this city ' threaten* t ; nates* th* Draymen's association and Brotherhood of Teamsters reacn I a HTNBMDt. The trouble grow* cut of *■ boycott of the Morton _p**t*l Delivery . ... a non-union rooeor-, by th* Han Pranclsco labor couaeU. and the effort of th* Dray tn«a'» association to compel th. .rjen men ...

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. — 22 July 1901

s THE SEATTLE STAR. U. nt-AR rußUtiuiNri 00. Every afternoon except Sun_.ty. Ti:i.i:riioN'i:s: ltiisin,*- Dept., Main 10-0. lMll.ulal Dept., M 'I'- Utf. R. ItAKAnit AIUA Kilter • • • . B. F. CItANR. tluslne** *l*B-g«f OFFICKS: . Peatlle-HO? Third avenue. __^*T*f_ New Tork-530 Temple Court Building, «'l4_.M._,?i_» Chlcago-SIT-JUJt. a Kxprcaa Ilulldlng, GS&p*- Ob* e*tit r»r eepy, six „*.., i-r *t**k tr Iwintr-Brs e-*nis p*r m -utti, ,1.11.-1.1 ty mill er rsrrisr*. Na fr** cupl**. Billl' al ii »r •' '"■ •• *l Ssattla Wsshlnitcin. ss mttotot elsss attar GUS RUHLIN IN SEATTLE' The Akron Giant Arrives With Party i Exhibition Tonight. ' ■ * Ou* Ruhlln. who aspire* lo the world* heavyweight pugilistic . championship.' promise* thai If h* , aucceeda in <>■ Jtln* Jim JefTrles , In thrlr romitiß wati-h. ihat he will , 1* ever irad to defend his lit le- , Ituhlin. with "IVnver X.1." Martin . and Man i K < Mil) Madden, reach- • ed Seattle last ntght and Is Stopping , at 11 Dn__*rw__...

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. — 22 July 1901

MONDA- JI*LT :i, mi. LAST EDITION -_> O'Clock FIRST GOOD NEWS Pacific Coast Co. and the Striking Ironworkers Come to Satis factory Agreement. ■, - Tw»nty-*i* MB, the full force of ■■- -.the Pacific Coast Ox. will go to work Inmotei* morning. That wa* Ith* d»> ii.>n reached at a conference thl* afternoon between i*• tier»l , Manager Kurd and Charles HlHter and George A. ' •*>*. for the strik ers. The men have been out twelve weeks, leaving work on the Inception of the machinists' strike. A Sit llictoei •rriagsm*el Ntn* hour* will he a ASF'S work, but th* detail* of wag* are refused by both the *trlk*ra' eemmltlee and , the company. "A satisfactory ar rangement." •* Oeneral Manager Ford ststement, to which the strik ers agree It '.a to be Inferred, how ever, from th» fa, that the men re- ! turned to machinists* headquarters ; and were congratulated on the re sult of their meeting, that wages will be eomewhat advanced. GOOD CHEER FROM NOME New Districts Are Being De veloped...

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. — 22 July 1901

4 - SEATTLE : WINS OUT j Victory From Spokane Yes terday Jumps to the Third Place. , During th* last lac. day* the Seat tle baseball team has lost and won a gam* in th* eettra played with Spo- : ban*. ', Yesterday, notwithstanding bad aeather. a sli.-l crowd wa* : pr**ent. Heattl* won th* game e**ll> 1 by a »core of Ito 3. Only two hit* were made off Harmon, rWitte'* I Pitcher, while Miller, Hpohane'* ' • Ktrler, isas found for 11 hits. At ( th* calling of th* gam* a light rain wa* falling, and continued during the afternoon Tbe muddy condition of ; th* n*:*'. rendered .puck playing.im xossible. The game ua* uneventful ' until the third inning, when four ot ( Prattle's nun manage- lo circle th* I bags Harmon started tin* play 1,• , landing a **fe one over tin* second 1 baseman's head. Hurl.) sac rifled j him to second, Peepies singled and : advanced Harmon to third. Klopl bit th. pitcher * box and x.l* ills! through an error at third, when ii was at tempt r.l to catch Harmon, who...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 23 July 1901

X 1 Only Paper in Seattle That Dares to Print the News : l i VOL. 3. NO. 128. UNION DEPOT _.____■_____—_» President James J. Hill Gives No Definite Information When the Work Will Commence. James J. lll'.', president ef th- Great Northern railway, arrived In Seattle last night hy *pe<-ial train and is at the Putler hotel. James N. Hill, firat vice president of the ma.l. and O. Farrwr. i ' London, rep resenting heavy English stock hold ing-, accompany him. The present will lie *i two-days' visit, future ter minal matters being first in tMnsld c ration. l_i.«t evening Mr. Hill gave Judge Thomas Iturke, the company's attor ney here, and J. W. lllabon. western traffic manager, roost of hi* time, 11* retired carl). being somewhat ill and tired from hi* Journey. Cverrthln. Res*?, Be.*-. Concerning the rror-i*****! new union station, Mr. Hill today said: "Hut problem here Is to secure ground enough to construct hu tidings and lay tracks to handle the future Im mense trefllo of Seattle. T...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 23 July 1901

at -. ~r THE! SEATTLE STAR. !■_£- rAA' Hy si ait I't'Bl.lMtlMtl CO, ._—.-__-_:„•-. I ill —i mn „__._____.-■ v_rr_._...— . - —v_a.'T_ _____________——**" Every afternoon except Sunday, TnuciMio.vr.H: lluelneM Dept., Main IM.**, lMlinrlal Dent.. Main MM* n HAXAnn WEi.££~i_iit«-~. . . ."'«_""». ciiabk, nu.iti*.. Mbbbsm .*r ~ t i -!t„i;^,^m«_3-i _."_ __' _:'_i. i-,._____t._-i,a_---._'-iua,T ~- ~ OFFICEf Beattle—HOT Third avenue. _____ ■ New York-S-10 Temple Court ltul Idlng. <&_p__l___a> _Thlisagv>—SlT-HS V. H, ..-press Ilulldlng. o_* e*a» |>er ewpir* - I t-.nla r*r w»*k er twenir «rs r.nu ,«i n ..nth d«li«»r*i ■by m»ll « ....... No fr»* earl**. f_ Est***, si Ih* peatum,. *l s.sttt*. WMMagtß—i s« »•*-_*din matter IMMORALITY AT PUBLIC PARKS. ,- ■ ' - The application* made* by proprietor* of blind pis*. at ljtkeald.» resorts for licenses to »ell liquors, should be denied by the city coun cil without parley. It I* a fact will known lo every member of th council that thesec "...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 23 July 1901

T-TSDAT, JVLT tt, ISM. LAST EDITION A O'Clock -— .__ i ■ t ALLEN'S OUT McKinley Accepts Gov ernor's Resignation. « .MUMWOK, P. c, July -S-— The prealdent has decided to accept the resignation of Gov. Allen of Por to nico. In doing so ths president Issues a letter praising Gov. Allen, "♦.•.m. Hunt, now secretary of Porto nico, will probably succeed him. ...'. ____ ' - - - • TAKES A GLOOMY VIEW WASHINGTON. D. C. July IS.— A gloomy view of the crop situation hi the corn belt is taken by the weather bureau In It* weekly bulletin Is sued today. The drouth area ha* t .tended considerably sines the last bulletin, Illinois, Indian* Ohio Kentucky and Tennessee now being seri ously affected. The bulletin *s>. th* condition I* now critleol from th« lake region through th.* central valley and Tennessee, weatward i-> the middle of ths Kinky mountain regi. n, Including the greater part ■•' Teg as. WILY JAPS CAPTURED Three Men and Four Women Try to Smuggle Them* selves Into Country. . When t...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 23 July 1901

4 ■i^.rA CITY CEMETERY WILL NOW BE ESTABLISHED Action by the City Council List Night Engineer Thomson Asked for Report as to Cost of a Municipal Lighting Plant—Other Business. i * Councilman Vincent Introduced all resolution In council last night pro- ! •elding for th* establishment of a ' i city cemetery on the "♦.» a.n* tract I of land south of the clly which «.»» i originally purchased for * park. Th<r • i land Is the west one-half of sec It ! ] tip 34, r least. It te proposed to clear ; I JO acres of thl* tract and lay It out l In burial lots at once. These lots t are to be sold an.l the funds used I to clear and plat the remaining W I acre*. The resolution passed un- 1 suUmously and the following commit- . I tea wee appointed to prepare plane I I for the clearing and platting of the i 20 acree and plans for the malnten- t ear* of th* cemetery: Councilman t Vincent, James and Muldoon, Kn* i ginecr Thomson and Superintendent i rf Water Young*. , Property owners In th* neigh' h...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 24 July 1901

npilE Only Paper in Seattle That Dares to Print the News : : : VOL. 3.. NO. 129. ADMIRAL SCHLEY DEMANDS AND IS GRANTED COURT-INVESTIGATION OF HIS WAR-CONDUCT Smarting Under Historian Maclay's " Low Promise Now Is That the Famous Sampson- Flings and Malici.us Abuse," the Hero of Schley Incident Will Bo Aired in Full, and Santiago Harbor Calls for Vindication the Bitter Question, " Coward or *J m * 6 at Hands of a Court of Inquiry. Hero?" Be Settled for Good. . DEWEY ACCEPTS SECRETARY LONGS INVITATION TO BE PRESIDENT OF THE COURT WASHINGTON, D •*'. July N -Seer-Mary Long rcoctv-ed this morn- Ing a letter from Hear Admiral Schley requesting the appointment of a court or Inquiry to Investigate hi* conduct during the Santiago campaign. Consultation with Secretary Long's staff Immediately followed, at which the prrsonelle of the court and another mailer relating In the In vestigation was discussed. Some formal announcement la expected dur ing the day from Ihe secretary's office. Soon afte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 24 July 1901

* THE! SEATTLE STAR. H. lit; iriitsiiis.i o>. Lively afternoon except Sunday, TF.t.i:i*llON*.9" ,*...*.. - . r W Main IMP. Editorial Dept. Mtj""**^ K." .tAKAttIT MBIIA' WtO** • - • ." K. P. CHA.g. I-I-St*— ■■■**** .rattle--1107 Third avenue. _er.*--__**___ New York-yo Temple Court Tlul Idlng. <tb_flS___-_> > Chicago—3l7-Sl- 1?. S. Rxpress Uullding. _________ One real per topy. sit r*i>ts per taker Iweatr-ev* «*nt» per Biontk. .iritt.rs* _y mail ct earner*. N. free ..ii. • r ; „ I-citrre.t at |ks i *.t..-»> . si Ssattls. WseMnslon.as •• • •*». 1 rlsss ic.st * bNOW WC SHALL KNOW THE TRUTH. The long drawn out Sampson -Sch ley controversy seems destined tt end In a formal i;i\ -t'uail.in under the auspi. re of the government. Historian Maclay, author of the hit tory of the United States navy, has succeeded In precipitating the crUts and In.-Menially In securing a bis advertisement for hi- bock, by Inciting .chley to aggressive action The admiral, .lung by the contemptu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 24 July 1901

-c*KnNF.**nAT. JVT-T St l**!. LAST EDITION. A O'Cloek. THE STRIKE ..thing New In Situation- Certain Rumors Denied. local strike matter* remain in Cvletude todsy, i.rricliils of both the Building Trades' council and Mach inists' unions announcing no nsw de velopments. There sre cor.lanlly recurring rumor* that the Washing, ton Iron work* ha* secured a fore man and workmen In the East, but the marhlnlst* deny that any pew men have gone to work tor that company. ________________ NORDSTROM IN HIS CELL The Death Watch Never Leaves Him. and Will Not. While He Lives. Charles Nordstrisrn. sentenced to ,ane August 13. I* said by the death watch to he a most peaceable prison er. It 1* owing to this fact thai. r.ofAlthstandlng that he Is under survelllsnce b- the death watrh" constantly, many privileges are ex tended htm. His cell is light and airy, and very comfortable. M* en joys sn easy spring c t, and la oßen permitted to walk about outside hi* eel- There are three shifts on the watch. whi...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 24 July 1901

... 4 VISITORS DEPARTED Seattle's Entertainment ot the Rivers and Harbors Party Ended. H«_____Bp_. COMPLETE SUCCESS , A General expression ol Good Will Toward the City—Substantial Benefits Are Sure to Re sult From the Visit Th* members of th* congressional Stivers and harbors committee, »h. Hfar over two weeks were guest Is of I? title on their touts of Puget sound i.nJ Alaska, departed last evening -for Spokane and l.e*»lston, I.i.ih*. : The gentlemen of th* party went *on the Northern Pacific overland at 7:4} o'clock, and st this lime ;' ere enjoying the hospitality of th. --;■ metropolis of Eastern Washington The ladle* remained '.ere until this '-morning at * o'elo-k. when they ■took the train for Portlsnd. They -will remain in that city until the , >men return from I^wlston. Caav.assg o< C.ty's Worth. Before leaving Seattle, while re* Bttcent as to details nf what the mem -7 bers ot the committee might recoro . mend, or propose to do In th* alt of .; Feattle and her vast ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 25 July 1901

'Jill. Only Paper in Seattle That Dares to Print the News : : : VOL. I. NO. 130. KIMBERLY AND BENHAM WILL JUDGE WITH DEWEY , Secretary Long Names the Full Court of In quiry to Try the Charges Against Admiral Schley-The Court Will Convene, in Gorgeous Regimentals. Sept. 12-Uniforms too Hot for August. *****4*****4 • ♦ WASHINGTON. D C, July 15.—Secretary I,ong announces ♦ ♦ that the Schley court of Inquiry will be compoaed Of Admiral ♦ ♦ Dewey, Rear Admiral Klnib.T!-,. retired, and Rear Admiml Ben- ♦ ♦ ham. retired. *»_*•▼ ♦ The first Bitting of the court will be on September i: ♦ ♦ The hearing will be public. It should be r*_M-._erw_ that • ♦ Schley, even If the findings are averse to him, cannot be pan- ♦ ♦ ishc.i. save as the findings of the court go down to history. * ♦ Secretary Lang's selection Of officers to constitute the court ♦ ♦ la enthusiastically approved by both th* Schley an.l the Sampson * ♦ perlisHn*. It i* regarded as th* fairest possible court that could ♦ ♦ have be...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 25 July 1901

... 1 THE! SEATTLe STAR. . - By STAR l*U»t.lflllSa CO. Every afternoon except Sund_>\ TKLEPHONHS: c>;_BialneM Dept., Main 1f.'.0. Editorial TOert. Main UM. ' »■ 11. 1111. -VKI.I_e. . ....... . * . . . K. r. VIIASK,~H-»|n»»e M-SSgef OFFICES. Heattle—HOT Third avenue. _*-<f_»». i Naw York-.30 Temple i\«urt But Mine. '*>„.?_.. -> I*. H. Kx'ircss Building. _____________ ton* „■-,! r*>r reipr; »li c*nl* r*r .... *r laenlt-gv* crnis |>*r rooiith. .!* in*. *l br inell ot rerrt***. K» ft** nn.|*s nier-i *' |h* i.-.M-i... at H.ciii- \\'ssMii(ii<n, ■* ssrvin.l i*l»ss .tier ■ . .—-r—.———-——-——————--———-—to-———————————— ————— WHILE THERE IS YET TIME. now mane men In *rui» ne,* here wish to see hutunilr idsgue, th* •oOsWBS of Asia, firmly Implanted in Scuttle? How many men In hustneas here desire to see trade drift away from fteattla and prosijicrity shun v«, lust as Is witnessed in Han prsni-lsco today! The plague-sign Is hung o.it over the QoldSß tlate; hall we hang out...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 25 July 1901

TIU'R!<r»AT. JtrteY ». IMI LAST EDITION. I A O'Clock. ji THE MINT PARTY HERE A. A. Hassan and C. H. More • Arrive in Seattle. A. A. ■____*_ In charge Of a de partment of the bureau of minting at Washington, and C, It More, cashier of ihe Cnlted States mint at New Orleans, reached *-*.- l* this morning. They went to the Rain ter-Orand. expecting to meet Dire. tor of the Mint Roberta there, but! found Mr. Roberta la nt the Itutlcr, to wht< h hotel they then repaired. I 5 Mr. Roberts ts expected back from j a trip to Victoria tonight or tomor- I row. when will follow a conference regarding the proposed' establish ment of a branch mint In Seattle. The two men are spending the af ternoon today at the assay cilice, a guest of Chief Aaaayer Wing. REAR ADMIRAL CASEY IN CITY Rear Admiral MM Casey, In charge cf the PactA. squad ran. la in Seattle, a guest at the Butler. Mr* Casey and daughter. Miss I*. R. | Casey, are also her having come from Philadelphia to meet Mr. Casey. The rear ad...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 25 July 1901

"4 WILL TEST THIS CASE Prominent Drug Firm Brought Up for Selling Liquor Without License. License* Inspector Marsh Oils mm ii Ing arrested A. it. Stewart. 11. I*. . Holmes, of the Stewart A Holmes drug flrm. and J. \V. Hnake. a clerk - In their employ, for selling liquor at wholesale* without a license. 11 1* ih.taed thai on July IS a rase ot - whiskey containing IS quart bottles, w.i sold by the firm. The warrant r was Issued by Clly rroeccutlng At .. torney De Itrulrr this morning, an] „**lt was served by Mr Marsh. ; v The case will bo on« to test Ihr city ordinance provldlnir that drug . stores shall take out a city Keens. tn -ell liquor in wholesale quanti* ties. ■ LET IT PASS The Duke .*' Norfolk's Indifference Ato th* niceties of dreas hue led tn ! many mistakes, which, as a man ot humor, he always enjoys. During his j Seng term of servlc* on the I«ndon : county council ha «v often mis* ;. taken for a labor m- mhrr. one rea •nn being because he always sat on the same group of ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 26 July 1901

nplT. Only Paper in Seattle That Dares to Print the News : : : Vol .3. NO. 131. ROBERT FOSBURG ACQUITTED Judge Orders That He Be Found Innocent of the Murder of His Sister May-Wild En thusiasm Greets the Verdict-Sus pect Arrested in Washington. ' riTTSKli:i.I>, Mass.. July **.— IWA9H Fosburg was declared not guilty thla morning of the murder of his sister May. by an order from Ibe court. It took Just eight minutes to convene th- court, charge the Jury, an.: are burg innocent. The Judge In charging the Jury said the slate had not made a case, and he there for* ordered ■> verdict of not guilty to be found. When the Jury verdict was announced there followed a great demon stration In the court room. Could Rat Restrain Their . Jd, any Longer Many of the spectators started 9 demonstration In the midst of thr Judge's brief charge to the Jury, but were hushed by the court. When, however, the foreman and hla eleven fellow Jurors responded, each, "Not guilty," to the clerk's question, "...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 26 July 1901

i? THE SEATTLE STAR. | By Stan ruat.t!«iitNi. Co. fcvi afternoon except Sunday. TI.L..rHONt.S: rtustnes* Depl.. Main 1659. K.lttorlal D*pt., Main lilt. n ItAStAnirWKUjTlMttse * . . ..S r. CHASM, Basts*** Maaat** ti w - - .' i Seattle—HOT Third avei.ue. 7^**^ New York-SSO Temple Court Mul Kllng, <sSL\eSu^ Chlcagtv-SIT-lIS t". .«.. Kvprcs* llulldlng. -«w --" O** CM |»r copy; . , „,,., far Wirt* er tw.ntytlv. rents *.r moath, .1, luei -I , t-y malt *» **rrt.r*. Na rtw. ..;■*.. y ' I Ent.raJ (I t'-e r-.Ut.t11.. * nl s.attla. Wssfclndon. a. ar <\it.t »-!..* matter t : '. "■ —— CONCERNING A GIRL ANO|A MAN. It's booties* to deny that every unmarried man—e«peclally If be has 'imposed and been rejected-Is morally certain that he would make ai Ideal husband. If he but had the rt<ht wife And after th* thing hai come pa pass-In thi» afterward, Wicn the acrnt of the orange blossom* , haa gone gadding adown the stream that flows to "the diamond morning «f Long Ago." the man, being a man,...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 26 July 1901

FRIDAY, JTT.T M, IMI. ""** ' LAST EDITION. * O'clock. SHORTAGE CLAIMED In Accounts of 0. M. Moore. Ex-Commissioner of Pan American. Ther* appears to be a shortage In the accounts of >>. M. Moore. e«* atate commissioner to th* Pan-Am erican exposition. At least 11 U Men-It t, oue of the committee ap pointed to Inveatlgate the accounts, haa so Informed Mr. Moore, In hi* communication Mr. Merr.ti says: "Ther* appears to be a short age of ITPO, although there are no • vouchera for ih* same." Asked for an expression this morning, said he hoped they would find something that would gilt him a hearing. TO PREVENT TROU6LE PAN' FRANCISCO, July .Udgt S'osa this morning l*su»d a ay.*. |»* Ing Injunction against th* rtrlk'n t locks and waturs. tu prevent it-.-m from interfering with th* fctrsla-. vf tlietr employer*. Ail box factories In th!* rttr art closed down on account of th* teams ters* strike. Th* :>,-tlc*n absolutely prohib its strikers from persuading or In* during persons tn t...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 26 July 1901

4 % I --■■ i PORTLAND DEFEATED The Champions Could Not Do Much With Harmon Out of Three So Far. Sot*he Portland ball champion* w«r« - ***t*rday dealt a crushing defeat ,by the Seattle tram. Ity a score of > > to 4. Seattle literally wtped the J;earth with the Portland boy*. They ffcware out-played at every stage of v the can and specially In th box. jj* Harmon, for Hostile, proved to be a gjetsyer, an pitched thoroughly good , - ball the entire gams, {■ The Seattle (earn was changed « -litly. Hockenfi*'tt covered cen* 'ter field, with l**epl*s on second and Ht. Johns In right. Zelg'.er, the new I -'.third base trail proved himself a' -,: stayer of the first rank, and time and ' again he had to remove his.cap for th* benefit of the grand, stand, , crowded with ladies, for It waa their <• Slay v .■ -. Mullrr for Portland rut a damper V, en the enthusiasm of th* audience »,! for a starter by getting a three*bass '. hit. Detsel dew out to Zelgler. And .. enton aaa headed off at...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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