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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 2 August 1901

r rill- Only Paper in Seattle That Dares to Print the News i : ■ i VOL.O. -NO. 1.17. TWO WOMEN AND ONE MAN LYNCHED BY MOB Brutal Murder of Mr. and Mrs. Taliferro Leads to an Act of Dreadful Violence by a Mob of 500 White Men-Governor and Other Citizens Pleaded With the Lynchers, but in Vain. CARROI.I.TON. Miss., Aug. I Th* brutal ___■__. of Mr. anil Mr*. R. T. Tsllferro on the night of July St l«.l last night to the lynching of BeUle McCray, her eon, IlellleKl Mri'iay. and her daughter. Id* Met'ray. ali colored. A mob, t*-(-_tpo*e>_ of about lit whit* cillseiis of ■.'art-oil county marched to the jail and took tl. keys from Jailer Duke. %•. , The mob than pt_ce*d*d to the Mi-Craya' »ell. bound th* prisoners by the ,-_* an.l hands, and car rie-1 them to th* coi-porate limit* of th* town, where they hang*-- them to a tret, and riddled their "*. •a tin bullets. ■/?•;- Ida -IcCray cotlftaana knowledge of th* murder and stated that her mother, Itctsl* and brother Dal* Held helped comm...

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. — 2 August 1901

_ THE SEATTLE STAR. PB. ara*, it mum mi co. . ________ Livery afternoon except SunJ.ty. TEU-PUONEII Putlnes* ITept, Wain 103!\ Kdltorial Dept.. Main list. n. HAKAITIi tttu.l.«, t.llt.ir • * . .. X, r. CIIA*-. Hulls*.* Manager t"orricES.' fcattte-tio: Third avenue. »t-? l*V*-|' New York -.JO Temple Court _h.tM.t-ff, V_*,**_,',!>> Chlcago~Bl.-Sl» U. H, Impress liulldlng. <-*n-'*-i-" On* ere! r*r et-ayi • » e*at* ptt w**k er mtaty-ti. *»ttia ,v*r «. i-.ni. ..IWtre-t tt mail er <i,i;.-i>. N* fr** cunt**. Knleped al th. pr—lAln.■* at 5..111*. TV. a Ma* ten. aa ta*r«na-rta>a m.i r THE CAUSE OF IT ALL Many persons express surprise at the widespread Industrial disturb ances which have developed In the United States during Ihe present un precedented era of Industrial prosperity. They apparently d-> nol un .!■•;■*•! it- I why working men should strike when work is plentiful anl Tatars nre good, l.ci us look Into this matter. We Will discover thai the averagO American who ...

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. — 2 August 1901

fmnAT, AuausT I. im. LAST EDITION -A O'Clock "BLIND PIGS" NOT CLOSED Illegal Park Resorts Are Running In Open Defiance of Law —Awaiting Action of the Police. Th* public parka Of flcatll* are still talnlrd by the pres ence of "blind pigs." .1 Madison and l.es'hi paxkt it Is I-**"' to purchaae beer In any quantity and women, young *trl» -'"1 -M may he amen at either .if these resorts, freely drinking Intoxicating ***** ages. This Is all In violation "I the recent act of the rtty council and the orders of Chief of l"ollc* Sulli van. Th* chief la unable lo spare a aquad of police for each park and he a_ya.lt ts necessary to have several men to watch each illegal resort. It I* th* policy of th* administratis to tmpC—c a nominal fine on these re BARRED! Federal Gov't at' Frisco Helps Strikers. SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. Th frsWal government today announc ed that It would not allow Chinese nea a of the Pacific Mat! or other* line* lo act as stevedore*, and ao the men were placed hack oo their ves...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 2 August 1901

"4 HIS REVENGE WAS FOILED Dick Foley, a Bartender, Seeks to Kill Klttlo Gray, and Falling, Turns the Revolver on Himself With Fatal Results. Aft, i a hitter quarrel in a led-in* house at et-.v First avenu* couth, about S:W o'clock last evening, Klttt* Ills' a woman of th* halt world, a >■ shot and serioualy wgunded by her lover. Hick Foley, a bartender of polic* .-curt fame. Foley, after he had tired aevcral shots at the wo man, attempted to escape: hut And* lag thl* t nip...*! put the mutt l • of th* revolver lo hla own head and ttreti. H.ath was Instantaneous. Foley row ilea on a slab ii- Mutter* worth's morgue, and lh* woman la ta rrovldence hospital. The cause of the trouble waa Kit tle liray"a appearnc* against Foley last Wednesday tn th* poltc* court. Foley had been arrested by Officer* hs.t been arre. Hubbard and Freeman tor assault- 1 Ing her. £-H* had s!m..s- severed htr finger | with hla teeth. Felty was given a | So-day sentence, suspended eight _____£■> If he would...

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

"-Till. Only Paper In Seattle Tlmf Dares to Print the News : : : VOL.-*. NO. 138. KING MORGAN FAILS TO WIN Joint Conference Fails to Secure Agreement to Trust-Terms. Woman at Wellsvillo Takes a Revolver and Dares Strik ers to Touch Her. NEW YORK. Aug. J.—Th* fifteen member* of the Amalgamated aaso i-lation who left Pittsburgh last night arrived here this morning for a con* 1.-ren.• with Morgan arid the other ofltctal* of the steel truss. Thla con* ference la M clear up the mystery and get a .-loser understanding of th* conditions surrounding the prop. . oslth.n to settle the steel strike. Before th* conference, began. .1 1 member of the committee, (peaking for his confertee. said he Had th* great-si confidence In President . Shaffer's ability to conduct all fur* ther development* for tbe Amalgam ated atxrm i_tion. THE DOORS BARRED • NEW TORK. Aug. t—The infer ence was held In the steel trust's of* flees. liefer* entering. . President Shaffer aald he felt confl.lent that the outcome ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 3 August 1901

0* THE SEATTLE STAR. By srAH rt'BLlsillS'iT ill ■ Uvery afternoon except Sun Jay. TELEPHONES! rtuttnes* ivpt., Man 10*.*.. Rdttoriat r»ept,. Main HSS, M. IIAJUtU) WKtIJ", K4tt.se... ._•'•• -s K. T, CIIA«_. ■ Ihi.lMas Maaaas* omcßSi Seattle—HOT Third avenue. _*_*'•'**■*"»*»_ New Tork-tsa Temple Court Building. <_f-Hi;r«TiiiPt> Chlcago-SIT-m I. R r.tpres* liulldlng, -SwtqCw-** Oe* e»at _s>e ee*>y; . . esats r»r Settk <■* i,,. i, i . east* i. i meatk, .tv- >■■* t ry mail c* ea-rtw-- S'e rr*. .-opt*., K*.tnr»_ al in. |.. --■■■*>- al S.atlla, H*_aMt*gtta .« tt*Attm*t*m maltae PRIVATE MONEY MILLS AT WORK. It la now the custom for the Will! street money kings to Issue paper money In unlimited quantities. They do not call their circulating m» i'i""* by the name of money, but il!»gutae it III,.!." thi* name of stock*. When one of these .Tl liens, J. I*. Morgan, for instance, heeds ten OT twenty muttons of dollars, all that he hns to do Is to »et a printing lines to work ...

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

,lATT*I»rAT At-ot-aT 9, in-. BARRED! Federal Gov't at' Frisco Helps Strikers. LAN FRANCISCO, Aug. I—The fedrral government ha. announo. Ed thai it wtll not allow Chines,. tr*ws of the rartrte Mall or other Hnee to act as stevedores, and ao the men were placed back on thetr Yea« acl*. _ * Instructions trvcelved from Wash ington relative to violation of Chin esc-exclualon law*, account for thla order. ■ ' "• it GIGANTIC CHICAiSO. Aug. X— A gigantic plan tor th* building of a grand central station to b* uaed by all th* rail road* entering Chicago for both freight and passenger purpose*, ant te cost l«».i-V>«,O0«T. haa been agreed t'pon by a rommttteeof th* city coun cil and representative* of th* several roads. This station will he th* larg est in the world, and will le at* tiock* wide and 1) long. ORDERLY KNOXVI LLC. Term.. Aug. J-The atreet car striae continue* with tit tie prospect* of an early settlement Th* Strikers are orderly. Very few cars are running, manned by non union me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 3 August 1901

4 MURDERED FOR GOLD Two Theories Given in the Sullivan Killing on Uni niak Island. The cruel murder of I'oti and Ftor. tnce Sullivan, Ihe two men who met their deatha at th* hands of some unknown assassin er assassin* on -Unlmak Island tast sprint., haa brought out noun* Interesting facts that msy be instrumental In laying th* blame on whoever committed the horrible crime. The two men formerly resided tn Montana, and were well known in llutt* and Anaconda. The news paper* of th* two cities named have lien publishing sketches of the mur dered men. in. accounts of their tie partur* from Montana, to the far north. These accounts stste that l*o*i -.utllvan had J3OOO and Florence lie** when they left Montana, an4 that Jackson, the msn who accom panied them and w ho waa also welt known In Montana, taa. reputed to bs wealthy, but It ta not known how much. If any, money he had In his possession when the tito set forth on the it-tat of fortune, . Two Thearlaa, ' Lzßlest new* advices from Nor...

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

•Till Only Taper in Seattle That Dares to Print the News : : : VOL. 3. NO. 13.'. WILL SHOP OWNERS MEET MACHINISTS HALF-WAY? A Proposition to Return to Work at Nine Hours With a " Reduction in Pay Is a Concession That Should Win. Action which member* of that Metal Trade*- association »ay was dictated by _u_tti** to thetr present employ**, was taken at a meeting Saturday night, when the assocla- Ujn voted to continue th. 19-hour warh-day in lh.tr sh.'ps The *ffec\ of th* action ha* been to make th • striking maehlnl*tß mora urgent In their etand for a nine-hour day, and iheoretl.-al'.t to widen th* breach be taeea employer* and employed. Hut new overture*, made by tho machinist*' executlv* committee, -at to a belief In th* early closing of the long struggle. Th* men *r.i willing to abandon th* regular agreement and compromise on nine hour* wtth reduction* of ib cent* a .'ay all along the Un*. Th* Ceaeettl** Secure*}. J S. Goldsmith, en* of a numbe of biialwtaa men who hate labored for...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 5 August 1901

S THE SEATTLE STAR. By a i ait ivniunivi no, livery alternoon except Sunday, Tt:i.i:i*iioNrca: nualnraa t-spt.. Main 1040, IMltorlsl Dept., Main UM. b7 lUBAIID TVKUUI, K-Jtor • r*. . rT r. 'TtABB. Wu.tasa* _an*«»r orncES: Prattle—llo* Third avenue, X_"l__L_l New Ynrk-..T0 Temple iVtirt iii.ting *"-%*l_'*___>'' Chlrag«-SIT-Sis U. U. I'xprt-a* liulldlng*. __ '_ _ CTa* real **r empy, st* *•««• rer *«k er Iw.alr-a.s tenia r*l menth. 4.11t.r*l tr mall or rarrtarw, Ka '■ • « co.t.a, I--.it* t at tie i- .- ■- * at BmIII/. TVashlwitoiyaa a.enti/1 riaa. matt** BLASTED IN HIS YOUTH. Another young man gun* wrong Italph I*. ltu»s. age li; occupation, stamp ileputv In th- office uf the collector uf Internal rrvenueaj hts sal ary, liooa month: family, gu.nl; t«t*tr*. inclined Id be txtravaganti huh- It*. Inclined I.i be "feet"; peraulially, b*M In esteem—until now; amount |if ahnrtage In his accounts, tiTSO; his method uf u.ttig this stolen man**, principally gambling: the charge agitlttat hlt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 5 August 1901

MON'DAT. 'AfOrST.I. -Ml. MICKEY'S PITCHING Gave Seattle the Game Yes terday From Tacoma. The last tame In the Seattle-Ta com* b»»eb«ll *erlc*. played yeater* day afternoon was won by Ihe local team. Illckey. U-mltl* * left-h.in<t*d pitcher, by phenomenal work, t.-i.k th* game, lie made a national n-c --ord in atrtklng out II men of th* Tacom** team. Only on* bat* hit waa ... vi■• i off him. and that ln the last Inning. Bo far as known no pro fessional pitcher hns struck cut 11 men In tin* game ihla year. An American league pitcher manage.! lo •trtke out II men and until now held the record. H-ckey hs* trained down to etcellent form and allowed only thre* men to get to flrst on halls yes-, 1/T.isv. The Seattle hoya found Tar ter, the Tacoma hot arttat, at criti cal moments and *•■> won th* gam* by a score of ? to _ Lynch, Tecnm.-t's right fielder, did excellent work In rutting off two hit* out In that gar* d*n and Interrupting the runner sat j lh* Initial has. For the nt-sl thr...

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

«- VAN GAMP IS WANTED Confiding Friends Aro Very Anxious to See Him. * hen F. M. Van Camp steps from the *teamer Cllv ■< I'uebla at s.in PrancUco, he win be greeted by i deputy ahcrltT V/llh a warrant hers ing htm with obtaining money under false pretenses. Thla warrant waa aworn out by C. V. Parker of thl* city, who allege* that Van Camp ob tatned ISM from him on the *Kl*t-*n**-ta I af a »,'ilhle*. draft. Van camp, who has for *ome urn. been lodging nt «'•'.' Third avenue, claims t.i be an army scout. He bear* asveral ecare which he *ays are bullet wounds receive! in lh* Phlllpplns .-.■.!•-. Van Camp al*o clalma to have been a cowboy and a Mosul) marshal In tho Tetaa •panhandle. Parker «ai at one ttme sherlft of Lincoln county. Oklahoma territory, «■' the two men became w.li a. quaint* through telling their stories of thrilling capture* and hair, breadth escape*. Parker waa alao possessed of considerable meney and this tended to bring Van Camp rloa er to him. To Hals a Woman Abo...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 6 August 1901

"rilli Only Paper in Seattle That Dares to Print the News : :.*: vol. .i. -NO. 140. SHAFFER ISSUES CALL TONIGHT FOR A GENERAL STRIKE H llLiiLllrlL is H SI IIIL ♦ ♦»«♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦ 4>4>4>4>4>4>4>4>4>S* ♦ 4> 4> A ♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ rtTTSMtI* '■ i i Pa.. Aug. * This afternoon President Shaffer ♦ A began th* preparation of tils order calling out on general strike ♦ * the members of th* Amalgamated, Association of Iron and Steel * * Workers. ♦ « Thl* order, which I* destined to become famous In history, will ♦ *> te Issued tonight. Instead of on Friday, August 9. A * Additionally, 'hla order tstl 1 b* attached to a call asking all A * member* of the American Federation of Labor to refuse to handle ♦ * th* steel produced by 'he United Ktatra steel corporation. * * Thl* k* the concluslv* .nd *f the effort* to reach a settlement *> ♦ between th* Amalgamated association an.l th* ateel trust. * • ♦ ♦ ..', : ."_"?' * ♦ NKW YOrtK, Aug. -—There .«._. a decline yester...

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. — 6 August 1901

. THE! SEATTLE STAR. »y stan i-übmsiiino ckt. __^_ livery afternoon except Sun-lay. .TI-U-PIIONKSt ITu»lneM ITept,, Matn 10M. ~jJSdltorlat IVpt-. Main ill*. a. tur.Ai'n win.-- i-.tu.-* -—-—*•-_. < quasi, iiu.in... *.***-» offices: f*eattle~-l!0. Thlr.t nvenu*. _,_*zz_3P"_***_. . New York»**-«> Tempts Court Hultdtng. <_}_D*C3-*v!v > Cht«*ag«-M7..1» It. B, Kapre-a liulldlng, ~**xtt*t-* ■ On* e»nt per caspst st* cats pee wm* i*» ttimr-lri cent* p«r month, d^lrsr*! t-y i-i >ii s* zrarrlar—. H» **•• ....>i.. Huzr/.i si ihs i- .1 *•*. - at **.ttl< \i_.!?'ii,-i .■ .-.. n.t . ?...s mstt/sr A PRESENT-DAY FABLE-TERSELY TOLD. Once thre miners, mm of co.kl Intelligence, ' 11; In the earth. I'etcr John ami Jame* wer* their names. Alt had been mrchanU-a, The shovel which I'etcr wielded atiuok pay dirt. It* som-prd out golden grain*. while his friends toiled on without results. Nothing hut ahovelfulis nf barren earth rewarded their effort*. IVter's pay-streak -a. deep an.l wid...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 6 August 1901

TIT-Wl-AY. ACOt'PT «, im, ANOTHER MAN FALLS From Seattle Electric Com pany's Building. Ernest llarrl.cn, an In-m worker. f>*ll 21 feci from th* Seattle Electric Co* new hutlrtlns on Western ave nue at ' o'cl./ck yesterday nftrmoon He was takrn to rrovldenc* hi .pttel, being severely bruised. St II in Trouble The ship John A. Htl-I**. that lefi Kettle Saturday loaded with coal fur Haa Francisco, is tlmllng dimcutty In getting a crew at Tnwnaend. The reluctance of th* Townsend sailor* 1* doe to th* clash which Ih* ship* tnaftrr h*d with ths Hallora' union In thl* city S«ae time sko. BOGUS DUST SOLD AT NOME The Northwestern Commercial Co,"* eteanrier C*nt*nn!al brought tews from Nome that great activity Is reported at Nome. A ledge ef gold *• feet wide and running as high A, t-e to lh* ion. Is reported lo -a v» j beer discovered about 11 mile* from j N*m* oa I'ldorado creek. A gang of counterfeiter* has Invad ed Nome and ar* substituting fake gold dust for tb* real article. It la re...

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

4 LAKE RESORTS SHALL NOT SELL INTOXICANTS Chief of Police Sullivan Comes Out Boldly in Defense of Law Officers Closely Watching the Illicit Joints. Aa a result or ihe agiutlon against, the "blind ptga" of tho l_aka XVat'.i-] tngton parks. Chief BtttUrtd* t.. . m thia morning a rigid -enforcement ofl th* law against them. Officer* winl itetattrd to patrol th- p_rk* and In* | frmgemente of th* law will be met I with arrest and punishment. Th* ordlnanc* against the sale of liquor by th*** lake- resorta waa passed by th* council a week n. -. . Hlnc* then It haa been persistently broken. The Jointers claim that their action xvat ku.-ii the mural support of" MEDAL OF AWARD Y. m. C. A. Athletes May Strive for Honors ST. 8. Lrppr. before leaving for Kurope, ordered a gold medal to be manufactured of generous also tv he awarded to the winning contr*t.' ant in a sertea of Y. M. C A. alhtetlo E\L OF AWARD . Athletes May Strive tor Honors _yr__-_ i^ta-: li >erous slae tv **d does not allow o...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 7 August 1901

'pIIE Only Paper in Seattle That Dares to Print the News : : : v «.l .t. ISO. 141. GENtRAL STRIKE ORDERED at——*P*m_hSm -EFFECTIVE AUG. 10 As Exclusively Forecasted Yesterday by the Star. President Shaffer Last Night Issued His General-Strike Order Against the Steel Trust-All Is Quiet Today-Tin and Enamel Wares Go Up 10 Per Cent.-What London Thinks of Strike. UOSDOS. Aug. T.—The Evening News commenting on the steel strike, save: li la In th* nature of a revolution against plutocracy."* Note— Webater defines plutocracy aa "government by th* rich." riTTSni'ItOH, I* Aug. ?.—Consternation reigned among th* strik ers this morning when It waa leatne-t that two of the Clark mills had started up. The superintendent says that th* other mills of the com pany wtll be started as soon ss repalra ran be mad*, and that th* rose. patty find* no trouble In securing men. Throngs of non-union aten surrounded th* plant Ihla morning. seek- Ing work. A great crowd of Striker* I* now around th* mill*, but ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 7 August 1901

- the: SEATTLE STAR. ty l i -.'? ft'ltl laittN'i m. .?«'!* *r*_?_—srra^T^a_e_.?_____=--.-?'~y.^.^i?',, ■ ~?_..__...„__.—-. *■__—-_— _-____;? .-.?^-° --.-*" livery glterno-n except Sun-ay. ( TSUBPHONRSi thi.ii IVpt., Main 1.',». Kdltnrlal IVpt.. Main 111-, » HAr*n|i WKI.I-1. Kdttor • . T™ . g, r. --HANK. llu.lbs.b Mar,a«.f OFriCKS: Peattte_UeT Thtrd avenue. _______ No Ynrk-MO Temple Omit Hull ling. «"J_S V•_!•".?> Chlcago-JIT-Sl. It. ». Knpreaa liulldlng. ___________ -. Obb teal par en-tri si* vents pcs w«s_ er isst.ur.. e.ata per month, .t-n>>-i»l t> mall or carriers. No rres • „|,i*.. Katetw. .1 Ihs i-..ere - ,i -.*..- Waahlnstea, aa »*«—d-elss* mallsr MISDIRECTED LETTERS IN SEATTLE POSTOFFICE rostmaster Stewart states lhat during Ihe month of July. lust closed, »>_! letters and MS i•*.-*. ._j. -.. add) -.-,-1 lo persons In this city, were sent i" th* dead letter omce. 11.-i i.tlm S?tS letter* wer*. written R this city end nils-dlrertml, so lhat they, too, found thei...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 7 August 1901

-a-EPNEPPAT. A-fOUBT T. .ML, LAST EDITION. to O'Clock. MAY DE A LAST HOPE NEW YOKK. Aug. ..-The Com mercial Advertiser says Ihla after noon: -IVaie swv not ba very far away after all. II I* learned that Inde pendent tt_*_*n-_a tr* «i work which may surprise everybody within the next few days. "Morgan will not sny a word, but It Is believed In et>tiH> quart era thnt he has received Important rommntil* cation* from paW-WM strong cnoutli and independent enough to bring about a settlement before .hatter's order to strike takes effect." THE DEAD r ,* . -• EMPRESS BERLIN, Aug. 7.—ln accordance with the expree- desire ot the Dow ig*r t-mpres* Frederick, her majes ty's obsequies wltl be of tbe simplest nature. Th* bed on which ihe em press breathed her last, and where th* body reposes today, is half hid tan In rows from the private mar gen* of the palace. Mmy of these bloonta were reared by her majesty a own hand. The -Octal announcement of the funeral cereinonlea has been posted. It ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 7 August 1901

______ THE SERVICE INTO DAWSON Freight Shipment! Arc. Heavy De spite Reports to Contrary Reports from Skagway and 1 hlt« Horse Indicate that freight traflle over thr Whii.. I'as. t. Yukon rail way Is heavier at present than It haa ever been, deaptte reports to lha con trary, The quick arnica of tho ail way baa don* away with Rtiy auch a thing aa a freight blockade and to the eye ef the ordinary ottacrvar there doesn't seem to be as much freight going through, but this Is a mistake. The facilities of the White t'asa * Yuk.'i railway hava been wonderfully improve, alnc* two years ago. Standard gauge a— been substituted for th old narrow gauge and heavier locomotives ami rolling sins bought, ii- time of transit liae bean beamed, the journey tc .Dawson wht.-h once required month can now ba made In a week. A* booh as freight Is landed on Moore's wharf In Skagway, the only time lost In getting It to Dawson ia the time tak. en by tbe cuatoma Inspectors. The company now ha* IS boats on lha ...

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