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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 27 July 1901

-»j,||j? Only Paper In Seattle That Dares to Print the News : : : VOL. I. NO. 138. NEW BATTLESHIP MAINE, SISTER TO THE OHIO, LAUNCHED IN DELAWARE PIIH-ADELriHA. July ST.-Th« sew battleship Maine v.a* success. fully launched hers -Ms morning with the usual imposing ceremonies attending such event*. _ A mighty cheer went up from the assembled thousands ss this, the latest and on* of the finest additions tn th* American navy plunged Into th* smooth waters of the aware. Just «a the Maine cut loose from LOOTED MANILA. July V.— Thieves stole l»,ft>o -rags ths army safe at Santa Crua yesterday. The safe was In the guard, house, sad It is believed that soldiers took th* money. ________*T~___^*_t«_. ■ an*--a-. — il~a ON FIRE BANTA RO»A. Cal, July ST.—An derson Valley, in Mendocino rutin ty. ts In flames. 11 to In ;. of acre* of grata and many farm building* are being destroyed. Thla ta the re* suit ef ths explosion of a threshing machine on Friday. In, which Wm. Hose sad David Lear war* k...

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. — 27 July 1901

_■" THE SEATTLE STAR. By STAR rt'sUMIISO, CO. ————a——a——as—__s_—_aS_——s—_——-—__——*■■*- —__b_—a—c. —.-..-.■ Every •.llerno-n except Sunday. Tt.LleFllONt.St |ft*o*-slness I>rp_, Main ICCO Editorial !•■ i i . Main 11 •- --' -*-------JSJ:----ii-ii-g-"_»_t*^^ ts. IIASAtID w-iaA tMll-e * * • * K. P. '■|lA*r*, 11-.l*..** -•^••*" \ ji-oirricssih . Heattle—llol Thtrd avenue. a*fo_B_**ai>__ New York-KO Temple Court Building. •cJii 1 * -Jit*'*' Chicago- SIT-51S U. 8. Express Building. r*xf* 'On* ..ii r-f ■ ■', n sis ..■;... rarr **«k er i»»-.t, n>. cats i.r month. .t.n.,i -l tMr raail er **rcter». No fr*. rnpl... I**itt*r*4 al th* r. -1.-—, *ai *•*!!' v 'a.htn.lor.. a. wroo.tr ... —.alter {**_-.. I i . _.JJ."LJ WHAT DO PRESENT SIGNS PONTEND? Whlthrr are we drifting? Is the struggle now- beginning between tha new Pillion t^Mlar t*tcri Trust and the Amalgainnted Association of Worklngnutt, the tnwning skirmish in th oft-prophesied final struggle letween t'aplial and nt..r which shall re...

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. — 27 July 1901

"*ATUI*tt>AT. JUtat* IT. INI. LAST EDITION. x A O'Clock KIDWEST It Is Believed That He Will Bo Sent to Walla Walla. "Kid" West will probably go i* the * *tate penitentiary soon, notwith standing the fact that ther* 1* a pe tition being drawn up asking Gov. Rog*r* to giant his pardon, '< it known that flea Bagtrt disapprove* of interfering with an order of the court, and it is thought that he will do nothing la the *n*tt*r. It I* now th* Intention •< the** In terested in the •Kid*"* c*«e, to have hint in th* penitentiary b*for* Gov. lingers I* approached in th* matter of a pardon. . BASEBALL. Managers of League Meet and Refuse to Split Season —Games Today and Tomorrow. ■ i nasi smi i ai •**""■ As manager Pngdal* predicted to tr,. Ptar y*»t*rday. there will b* no division of the Mart.... **a*on of the Pacific Northwest league this vnr. Th* leau* managere In con ference yesterday *.'■ moon at th- Ilotel Seattle, voted •nouely tc continue playing according to tha present ache* ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 27 July 1901

« THE ALGOA Big Transport About to Sail for Manila. . ■ On the transport Alg.vi Pacific. Mall Steamship CtK. of ban Francis* to, chartered by ths government • to carry fa rags to ths Philippines, :work cf loading S3OO tons of oats 'and other grain was begun ear ly this morning, snd when finished '" the vessel will leave for Tacoma to take on more feed; returning to S*. lattls and sailing direct for Manila about Tuesday. :-*Ths Als>"4. Is a PrltUh vessel. Her dimensions sre larger than those of th* United States transport Warren, th* largest army transport hcreto fors- sailing from Mcattle. Th* measurements are ss follow*; Lengt measurements sr* ss follows: length, «:&; »>catn. SS; depth. St Si displacement, Xl.ot"> ton*; cargo cn pSClty, lS,eoo tons, ls>Capt. tlansford, formerly roaster •■f the ship Mllverton. which years ago made .Tacoma Its headquarters on tho Hound, ts In command. Chief Officer Lockelt, an able sn.l popular Slim and * crew of 3 men, nearly all of ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 29 July 1901

'J'ilK Only Paper In Seattle Mutt IX-ircs to Print the News : : : VOL. *• _N tO. 133. ONCLE SAM'S LOTTERY OpeningTodayof Kiowa- Comanche Reserva tion Is Exciting. ;;-, ■ T.U PENO. O. T., July tt.— Th* great lottery for homes* In the Kiowa. Comanche reservation began this ' morning. An inrhxns* crowd stir round.-.! the platform on which th« draa lng was taking place. Atl g-SBl ton* a great stream of vehicle* of all ki;-!-< poured into the city anl took mm their places in t'l opea 1 square In th* estatsr of the city. I where the platform was located. Tlk.: vast camp was ss full of excitement and bustle ** a great army prepar- Ins for an Important nlgM-in—rch. With the coming of dawn th sctiv. liy increased, ami there was ami early movement toward th* lottery' platform. . j Only ISIS envelop.* are being' drawn today, but the- work will pro*! c**a| with great** activity totmir- j tow, and It ts expected that the ram* of the tueky ones will t> known by Thursday. THE EGBERT The Big ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 29 July 1901

* THE SEATTLE STAR. Br si AH PtJBU-ltllMl VI). livery afternoon except Sunday. TKLEP HONES: rtu-Inrs.s tvpt.. M..'.n i«n. Editorial IVpt., Mstn HSS. iim\, fQAfUkO \M:tl-*. *Bdltße • ~»" '■* » * rC P. CtIASS. Bustsi*** StBBM.r OFFICES: Prattle—no; Third avenue. _^***C r*?*ta K . New York—_So Temple tvurt "nulldlng. C^iM*eji»,»**i> Chicago—SlT-SIS U. 8. Express Building. On. e» B | „„ , , , (Xi ,-„.. „r wa*k er ■«.-- 1. c,. rents r*r mußlh, .*. i. *.-« -» tr tn.lt er c»ivt*r_, N. rr*. «>i.|**, r-t.-. t at th. C'»t..fn,*. at >V..Mi.aii.n. a* *r.-on,l-,'laaa matter ' _——_—.■ —._— ___—__———__———__. Cncle Sam l» running a lottery down tn the Indian territory, "lilt ouartcr ncctlons of Klows-i.*omsiivhe land as prlics, Ail p«'rs>ins vitsh tig tn try their luck are oliligvd to tcglatcr their iiann*. c«cl receiv ill* :» number In return. Tcday the drawlnir* from a bis wheel are to begin, and 13 blank* to one prtie v. 11l be rovealrd. The h-i.mi.iimi this morning reached the stupe...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 29 July 1901

MONDAY. JPt.Y tX l»'l. SEATTLE'S HARD LUCK I Five Thousand People Disap pointed at Yesterday's Ball Game. Itnth the Saturday and Sunday hail games between Seattle snd Portland were taken by the team from the lat. ter city. Portland won SBliirday* game by a score of 7 to .1. and Sun day's Sto S. Pn.ptre M.-t»on«ld's lullngs In each ef the game* wer»\ to uv the iea.t. decidedly unpopu lar. Time and «**i- th* grand stand and bleachers htwd and Jeered him, and plsver* ..tn* ... noisy In their I oi*. a agslßst his decision* that McDonald bad to threaten them with fine* in order to restore order. Two decision* st eritteal moments were made yesterday that I* a MSStatoi appeared very unfair Bui **»•' Portland a great advantage. The home club member* are of ■»' epin ion that unfair .i».isl"H* greatly helped them te lose both games. He sttle clesrly outplayed the cham p-ana Saturday and their game yes terday was si—*r»*t errorless Htck ey did 'he box work SatsrdS In a creditable manner mid St...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 29 July 1901

« TO ENFORCE GAME LAWS = Warden Michael Kelly Will J; Round Up a Few Law- Breakers. a ____________________ t *„V 41am. Warden Michael Kelly ha* < addressed th* following letter to the I t?—*7**sctlae Kill i-f Ih* Star: *',- **l have thought of your *ursc*Uoh , Ito las* a vacation and visit the vara « Fsß-sT, gains center* in the country, and will act upon II - f'-i'!**l-wIU start next week and spend , the time In traveling with a special .. «>.« to places where 1 have In aid that dynamiting fish t* practiced. », Thar* has been woik of thi* kind at I (*UfTord's bridge oa Ureen river, and J sante5 ante has also been mat ke ted from . .Juanita by being sent to town In r I butter boxes. This ts deplorable, •and when don* by men who pretenu ? Ito be law-abiding people. It Is worse, ' 1 don't wsnt to make trouble tor . ant, but lb. sal* o* BBSS. to th* ' market must stop, or else the sells* and th* buyer wilt both b» arrested. 1 have deputised .4 sirs, and mot. swill be secured, to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 30 July 1901

THE on.**. Taper ■»• Seattle That ..arcs* •o Print the News : :?.: VOL, 3. NO. Ml. PORT OF SAN FRANCISCO TO BE CLOSED BY STRIKERS Great Sympathetic Walk-Out to Support Teamsters Determined Upon f by Fourteen Unions on the Waterfront— All Shipping, Manu facturing and Wholesale Business Paralyzed. SAN* FRANCISCO. July .**• -The pert cf San Francisco I* to be clo*. » >-t and all manufacturing and wholesale buatnea* I* to ,-nd for an In* a ileflnlt* ■'--■'■ striking le*m»l*r* secure th* concessions which a Ihey hars d*mßnd*d from their employers. Such 1. th* ultimatum * which was promulgated by the city front federation last night. A * meeting of th* federation waa held, at wh'ch 14 union* representing IV* . "***) members. Including harb.>r men •' all kit.!., in Baa Kran. l>. ... Oft- « isnd and other 101 I**-- voted to sink* in sympathy with th* teams * tars. This action was only faken after a r*ru**i by ih. employers to J ronfer with th* striking teamster*, or to make any con...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 30 July 1901

2 THE SEATTLE STAR. ii, STAR ITS! 14111N.1 it., __________ livery afternoon except Sunday, TB-U-PIIONKii nu»ln*sa Pept.. Mstn 1050. Ildlturlsl |I*p*u. Main ■ «**•-' --an. nat-iTI. WNt IA fMlier • - a . g. r. CIUM-, ha*.—* Maaag** orfices: B*Sttle—llo7 Third avenu*. ' .-sr*Ctr*»«» N*w Tork-t*. Temple Court lltilUllng. <*,**tX"'*Vt_"-'' Chlcago-417-SIS tt. 8. Express Itulldlng. _____ „ jar' B*r e**yi ", rants par *'• er '"• n«s c.nts ptr >■■ >nih. *"""* by nail s. ,-am.i. wa fr*a **s*aa ■ , **i.*r»4 st ttia e>e»toin?a at a.aul a ISI . ... a- sees*.* et'.aa i-sti*. .i 1 i ii ■ . Th* list of ohatructor* of proapeilty found on ihe first page of to day* Star I* worthy Of th* careful inspection of the l».-tis of Hcattls, Employers who refuse to arbitrate difference* With lb. employe* est th* wont possible example. What right have they to object '.i any sum mary measures which their men may lake if the latter gel the power? Wh*n Seattle -iflaena «.t.t up against the SloO,'"*** g...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 30 July 1901

TVESPAT, JX'LY M If*. 1. GEN. YOUNG ON LAWTON Says the Post at Magnolia Bluff Must Be En larged. Brigadier General R. H. M. Young. In command of the department* of California and the Columbia, hiv ing recently *ucceede.l Gen. Hhafter, errtved In Seattle l**t n'Shl and ta at th- Rainler-Orand. Co*. W, It. Sund berg, whole son is Gen. Young's aide-de-camp, and -.ho i* a long lime friend of the i«i*l, I* with him. - , ■ , The big news of Gen. Young s visit here is th.i Cen. Ilandall. in com mand of the department of Ala*ka, will com* from S«. Michael In Sep tasnbsi and e*-t*bU*h department headquarters at Vuticouver barracks. 11. will then assume command of the department ot the Columbia, includ ing Washington, Oregon and Idaho. •Jen. Young and the colonel, with Quart*raia*ter George Hub . of this department, visited Fort Law ton this morning, the general going to inspect the ton. On his return the general •aid: *"l expect next congress to appro priate money to complete Fort Law. ton a...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 30 July 1901

4 "BLIND PIGS" IN PARKS AND eueCN^MECFcIC NO LONGER POSSIBLE City Council Sustains Committee of the Whole and Dens of Vice Will Not Infest Lakeside Resorts-Other Important Matters Discussed at Meeting. . ! The sctlon of ths committes of thst whole In refusing liquor licenses t.» 1..-..its near parka on I^ika \Vaali-| mai.'ti, wss sltlrmed by council last| ntaht: also 111. revlutttin that it waa the sense of council that illicit li. iti.»r selling In the parks and In th* city, should be stopped. Th* resolution teasing to Frank Waterhouse six tots of the tide lands lying between Thomas and Harrison streets, was unanimously adopted. Tbe leasa la subject tn a guarantee from Waterhons* that he wilt erect docks to cost not lea* lh*n ll*S.asS| and that Heattle will lie made th* **aciltc terminus of th* China Mu tual Steam Navigation Co, At least on* steamer mint arrive and depart each month. Th* China Mutual steamers run from 41tas«nw and Liverpool by way of China, Japan and ths Philippine...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 31 July 1901

fill. Only Paper in Seattle That Dare- to Print the News : : : VOL. 3. NO. 135. SITUATION IS GLOOMY Steel Workers Divided Against Themselves --A Compromise Must Come. rtTTSDUnoit. ra-, J" > SI The I • It mv change In the strike situation. It Is feared that utile** some com*] promise Is stun made thai all the furnace workers will walk out. The union men are divided Th* moie conservative element wish to accede to th« propositions of the sir. cor poration, while the younger an I more radical element are holding out for more favorable term*. The workman are non-committal con cerning tb< action of the executive hoard, and ii.-thlu* definite ess be made known concernliur the termin ation of the striae until they reach with definite decision. PITTSBt'Ri'.H. Pa, July Sl.—The advisory board of the Amalsamat* ed association resumed th.- con*ld* nation of the peace proposal, thi* OMINOUS QUIET PREVAILS IN THE CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO •AN TtXASCiacO, Jury Sl-To day th* whole t water front Is...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 31 July 1901

I THE SEATTLE STAR. Hv SUU Pllßt.lMUlNfl til. Every ■.t-.rnchjri except SundUy. Ti:i.i?.PnoNi-s: I'ii-t n - I>ept.. Main 10M, IMttoiiat Dent,, Mutn 1154. B. HAZARD WKbt-*, E,lll_r • * • - X, Y. CIIAMK, Pualßsa, Manager opricGSi *4*Bttle—HOT Third avenue. J _-tf"'* jr_*iT, »a__ New York-IM Templo Court Hutldlng. <©,'^rl.*v:> Chicago— SH-.ls v, k, Kxprssa Dullding. _•?!____ On* rent per eepy. si, cenn rer wa*B nr tesslr-Bt. c.ni* per niunlh, tt.ll,seel tr ittsil or earner*. Nn rr*w . >i>i... Bntsted st tfta -maini-lrai at Statu*. \Va,alitn,fon,as BMBBiI ill*, i>>all«r a Th Btsr'« list of Obstriiv'tnrs of Prosfverlty in flesttle, printed last evening, created a "•■•nsathni. Many persona have nlrcinly taken th* pains tocpn-ss thi tr approval of the publication, There la nothing Ilk* gut tin, things tt.itvn In black ami while. The truth hurl* oft-timt-*. but It I* always beneficial In the long run. « > » emmmmmmmm The rttiiena living along streeti? which itrv h*ln...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 31 July 1901

WT!DNr.SDAT. JUt,T 31, isci. TALES OF TROUBLE S. S. Ruth Arrives and Capt. Hlggins Relates His Story. The -Isablrd »'• •-n-.r-htiv Huth. In tow of the PrunattU-k, lias arrived from N tnie. The Huth Ittat her ruilder in • -i',v In be, June t% but managed to get to Nome under her own .team. The llrun,wick contr*t-led to tow th* helpless tee. It* Seattle, and IS Ist* we consumed tn king the voyage, Th>- lv'- Is owned by a ttan Francisco frm and wa* under' charter to the Charles Nelson Sleemshlp Ct*-, v>hen »he aallttit-fmm •his port. Ms-us . the accident with a Star ,-eporter, Capt. Hlggins ssid: We wer* beect by troubles sll th* way up. At Dutch Harbor two as sistant engineer* and two firemen ,Iso*rted the .hip and ■ a used my or r*st en * charge ot wttholdtng foo.l ( free* the crew. The rase wa* tried before Judge Whipple and I pro.cd conclusively that there wss so lack of food iN',.,l the »htp. We then bad to il-',' two englneera who were net familiar with the equipment of the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 31 July 1901

4 SEATTLE ,*>_,. !' '■-..,.■■ SHOT OUT Very Poor Showing by tho Local Baseball Bunch. ■■/. ■ With a crippled lean McCiimkry', I ball to,*crs from Tai nine shut out the Seat il.- boy, by a score of S to « yesterdsy sfternuon. Xrßrfoss, T_* coma's rsptaln nnd crack catcher.' and McCarthy their Bhort-atop, were both out of the gunie. McOtoakey himself hsndled first barn. Harmon, for Seattle, did e,client work in fanning out tho Tat-cma boys, but they managed to hit him at critical momenta, and therefore scored. Hj sttls found Carter fur seven hits, but they were scattered and Ineffective. Carter has the faculty of bracing up at moments when he is needed, and in that way saves many runs. During the flr*t two Innlnga tn •core ns. made by either side, both teams going out in one. two, three order. Ta.-om. then came up, ant Tblelman and Carter both tlew out, liuyrt. hit a two-baggrr out p**t right, and Mur-!--. k followed with a hot one that Klopf fumbled. anJ Sen Ihe dust blew away big...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 1 August 1901

"THI Only Paper in * Seattle That Dares to Print the News : :;: VOL. .1. NO. 1 .... S. S. CHARLES 0, LANE A WRECK On the Night of July 13. While Towing the Schooner Vega in a Dense Fog, the Vessel Is Lost-Passengers and Crew Saved and Taken Back to Nome. Steamship Chart** D. I a i.e. which Bailed to Nome from Seattle June ... tie* on th* southern end of Nunlvak Island. Alaska, a total wreck. Her j as.tn a. and crew w*re saved. New a Of tb* d i.a. t.r ita. brougl.t ' en oa th* »le.t-nslilp Sena' from Notn*, which arrived tv port at an early bear this morning, bringing th* -angers sn.l partof the Ism . crew, Th* Charles 11. Un* .... ertef July 11. Mb. had In tow th* echoon er Vega. A dents fog enveloped her when .he (truck the rock*, -lie was running, her officer* say. undrr a (lew bell, sad struck In -i feet of water Tbe force of her contact wltn th* jagg*- ledge tore her bottom al —rat cut and rendered her a total wrack. Tb* -teho-mer Vega *.. struck th* island, but was pulled off, ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 1 August 1901

I THE SEATTLE STAR. Ny tsiAit Rjhijaiuna ciX livery afternoon except Sunday. TEH-PIIONEBI ITußtncaa Dept., Main IC*o. I'ditnrlnl ivept., Main US tsTllACAlin W-UA K.llior .... B. r, CttAaa Hualw»ss M»B«g»e Ol'I'll." ESI Feattle— HOT Thlr.l avenue. -'___' ''' " New York -IM Tempi,/ i-.mrt liulldlng. <&_______ .■■'"" Chlcag.v-_IT.3lt I*, ti. Kxprrsa Huilding. ______*___ One cant r-r eepyt al* etnta per «■ -* ir ttamlr-Ov. reatt per m "in. e.|lvtr*4 ty malt cc carrier*. No frss ca|*l«- I • rtsrt lal th* 1 -' -- -si ...111.- Wa.Mn.liin. s. . ... t . i«*. *'" . THE DECLINE OF THE GHOSTS. (.hosts are going out of fashion In England. Of late ghost.hsunle 1 castle* an.l country hotuea have not been IB demand by would b* pur chaser* and several desirable- prop-Tiles, each equipped with ghosts if mediaeval occupant* hiivc gone begging on the market, simply bet-ausi fashionable people were lind nf ghosts and did not want to be t-uihered. In recent issue* of the London Poet th* following ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 1 August 1901

e-nUR-DAT. ACtTt'ST _, It-Si. UP TO HIS OLD TRICKS Chamber of Commerce Asked to Interfere With Inspector Wm. J. Bryant's Obstruction Policy. J A c*Tmmunleatlon has been s.l ■ dl-cased to the chamber of commerce protesting against the action of Cap. tain W. J. Bryant. I'nite.l States In spector of steam vessel*. In tending to San FtsriilstO for a compass ad- Justoi to adjust the cempasaea of tti* army transport ■_-*-_ ahull .all ed tor Nome lhl» morning. When the Fgbert »*> discharged from th* navy yard at Bremerton, after having been overhauled. Mai Huhten, the total .uartermatier, ad vised Capt. ITryanl that the service* of » comp*** adjuster wer* requlr ed aboard the vessel, and requested l.tm to attend to ihe matter. Capt. Urytnt replied to the communication cf the quartermaster, stating that a* there .it- no competent compass ad juster* In Seattle, he would lie com pelled to stnd to Han Francisco f.ir en*. Thl*. It I* alleged In Ihe com munication to tbe hoard of trade, was w...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 1 August 1901

4 LYNCHING 1 MUST STOP International Council of tho World Is Meeting With Good Success. The local member- of the Inter national Council uf the World are congratulating themsetvet on Ihn .■utcome ot tha recant lynching rat* em la tb* state nf Ucorgla. Hch.ll und Oochran. who were tho leader* of a mob that lynched a negro nam ed iiiu. Thompson tome time ,i_ «. have been *> nt. n. ,1 to llf. terms In the penitentiary. They had appcsl. rd to the state supreme court, w hleti atfln-e th-> -Vision of the lower court. The council has in — ottl ctally infiiiiir.l that the reported lynching of Ueo, llarrla on June 13 tins a mistake 'the reward whlrn they bad offered for the apprehen sion of hla supposed inunl.-r. rs has I .• -ti recalled. In a meeting; In th* New Yotn block, the council passed some Inter rating resolutions; Rctalatiaa* They mere m bu- Whereaa, the report of the It ii. h it.* of ii. . Harris was a mlstaka'. and Whereaa, ihe suprrm.' court if Georsta h.ia afllrn the decis...

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