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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 8 August 1901

'-T-lfii Only Paper in Seattle That hate to Print the News ! ! : vol*.a. NO i.i. _r_ fill fcfii tm iH fi Wm H m __¥■ _m v. n _T_ fa C_ i___ Bm GOMPERSSAYS:IAM llßßß_f_ Ibi r_l_ I bY a MIWS yyi---Ei t_a_4^ \*_9s v li vi vi Q iiii BULLETIN' NEW YO-tK, Aug. «.— treh'-lshop Ireland la endeavoring to bring about the settlement of the steel strike, and according- to a clou* personal friend Will Ttelt MoKlnUy in th* tntrre.t nt th* workmen The archbishop la to See Morgan th!* evening or tomorrow. The American Federation of Labor Supports Steel Strikers Trust-Octopus Must Face the Most Powerful Labor Organization in the World, in th» Struggle Against Recognition of the Union-All Quiet Today. I'lTlSßri-taH, Pa*. Aug. »- Samuel -.loiupera, president ot th* American Fed. rs;t n of Labor, ar a lived here this morning CHICAGO, Aug. I.—A Pittsburgh special quote* Preetdent Baniu*l aempera aa aaying: ; ' I am her* to confer wtth Pre*! Sent Chaffer. ?i*The American federation of Xsbrr I* heart and ...

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. — 8 August 1901

0 THE SEATTLE STAR. By .ran roßLtaiil'-iQ v*o, livery gfti-rnooti except Sun_.ty, TKi.r.r honks i ■ no*lne** pept., Wain lobt. * Editorial Dept.. Main U»«. a. IIA-AI.D WKI.tA. r.110.*. - . .~ ft, f, CMA-M, Hiii|-*a» _ait»«.r POFFICF-S: Beattle-lIOT Third avenue. -<t«.r'ew New Tork—JSO Tempt. (*«iurt rtulldtng. <$._n."sS,--■_> Chicago—Jt*._tJ l*. s. Kvpreaa liulldlng. *s.n;r*»*-* Ob* eewl P»e est*..- .la r.nl. pm* w»«fc er (ta.nt- ov. /-.nla r»r Bwntti, iWlesrtd by mall or earner*. Ns rr*. e/.rl.' --r*i i-r*l a| iv* ,-,.'. •*-.« at *•.•!.! • W»«l ill a n.t.. .. »*, -ni , Uss n-sii-s », AMERICA'S FIRST BILLIONAIRE. The biggest Item of new* print rd In «ny newspaper recently la the statement lhat tho fortune of Ji ,m I* Itockefeller ta close lo the I*l'. -tum mark; aa close that he can easily be called A ONAIIIF. It ( la a dangerous total, I-!.pressed In flßiires. It means only great wealth The human mind cannot comprehend a lUltlnn Hollars, a tuition people, or a Million anyt...

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. — 8 August 1901

THflt«•*••.■* AUOUtT I. -Ml. LAST EDITION A O'Clock RETALIATION! <* IN FRANCIS' O. Aui*. ..-Tb. vctaaela swing ill- In the harbor. t.»m»t*rs cf »trret-sweeping nml Uls r.pocte.l lh.it wholesalers to sprinkling car* Joined the striker* t„oirow will refusr. credit to retail today, and the sittet* are une* - r , H . Pra aouth of Mnrkct street and unsprlnklr-, where the majority of the striker* Ninety coaster* and IB ilccp-wutrt reside. No disturbances today. NOW FOR WOOLEN MILL IN SEATTLE AND WORK FOR MANY Chamber of Commerce Accepts Australian Company Offer —A Big Industry Assured An Arbitration Project and New Road Law Favored at Yesterday's Meeting. The regular martins: of the ehsm | her of commerce ycftcrday afternoon was one of the most Important that body has held for many weeks. Ac tlon was taken on two matter* ot vast Importance to .easll* an J King county—acceptance of tbe woolen mill propi-sitlon made by Australian capitalists, and ratification of the Saw road law. The fav...

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. — 8 August 1901

« OH, THIS WAS EASY For Mr. Cummins and His Followers in lowa Ring. CEIX-ll I'A.LDS, la., Aug. X— Tha Cummins faction of tho low* Republican acorn! an easy victory in ttoa st.it- convention, nominating the following slate with which to go to the next gubernatorial campaign: For governor, A. __ Cummin* of IVs Moines; for lieutenant governor John llerrtott cf Ptuari; for Judgn of th* aupt. court, 8. M. %.Veavet of lowa ra!!..; for railroad commis sioner, __, C. Ilrown of Sheldon; for superintendent of puhlla Instruction, It. C 1 i-rt.lt of Outgo. ADVERTISING WASHINGTON SS The local bureau of Information a*nt Its last letter to • larger num ber ef Eastern publication- than usual.. Most conspicuous In the i. Iter was the matter of the river and harbors committee's visit to the Northwest, which gave ample opportunity for a hrief .resume of the resource*, at- Hon.* and advantages of this state, at the same time eying news of • national character. I The in.inner of entertainment car ried o...

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. — 9 August 1901

npliC Only Paper in 1 Seattle That Dares to Print Hi*. News : : : VOL. 3. .NO. 148. GALLOWS AVENGE MURDERED WIFE At 7:06 O'Clock This Morning the Death-Trap Fell From Under the Feet of Eben L. Boyce -Twice the Doomed Man Nearly Collapsed. Ho Begged Father Hylebos Not to Lot Them Choke Him To the Crowd Boyce Said : "I Came Here to Be Mur dered; lAm a Soldier and Will Die Like One His Brutal Crime Was Committed Feb. 10. 1900. Special la Its* War TAt""MA. Aug. I'.hea U H»>«*. musician, adventurer, soldier and j convicted wife-murderer, paid the BeSt penally of the law In the email garret on the fifth floor of the Pierce county courthouse this morning The lever which sprung the trap and ended the life of lloyc*. Wat thrown at »l» minutes after seven by Bherlff Hantaan Exactly It tnir. - fates later Coroner Brown pronounced Boyce dead, and the body BBSS | turned ever to the undertaker. j Th* execution wee carried out In every detail without a hitch. An ultra-dramatic aaeeie was enacte...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 9 August 1901

2* THE! SEATTLE STAR. .4"; B- aran rti»t.i«niH.» c«v -.very afternoon except SunJ.iy. TBteGPUONKai Business Pepb, Main 10M. Edllorlsl Pept. Matn Ills. B. ItA-AtlD WKUAKdtt.e - - • . R, P. CIUSR, Iniela... Mansx.r OFFICES j Seattle—HOT Third avenue. .~-*rrr-aiw .New York~:iO Temple I'uurt Building. «3^J > ,3? *,-_> Chicago—llT-SIS V. S. I lx press llulldtng. ■ On* eeal per • - -.•> *l» rent* per w»*k «* laajatr-Sv* t*at* per month, •Hear** i» mall ar ..-. •a • a n ft-** ■ ■ -„. • t ■ ten I *t te a... ...-•> » *| Saatlla. W.ehtnsten. aa „-.-,i-..i rla.a matter c ■—.— % _——.__■ M— ___———__—. _M_a»— THE CASE OF JOHN CHINAMAN. Th.^ announcement that the itea.risen Federation of I.aba>r t* pre pant-.. nil appeal to tha- pa^ople of the I'nlted States to unite for the re. na'wal by congress of tha- Cblna-se atctastoo act. Is bound to ii ■' t v* itbi a ha'arty rcspearisc, especially 6a the* (art of the American resident* on the faetQa ovist, who have mimt tia fe»r from foreign...

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. — 9 August 1901

FRIPAT. ATM PUT I. I*9l. RETALIATION! e\\ FltANTlt-Cn, Aug. I—The leamtter* of f tract -aw eepl tig and -a. ,-,,.. . tct that wholeaaler* to tprlnkllng cars Joined the *trl.irr» morrow will refute credit to retail yeaterday. and the streets bi« ur ( grocers south Of Market street swept snd untprtnklcd. where the majority of the Bait Ninety coaster* and 1* deep-walei reside. So disturbance* today. BOYCE CRAZY! TACOMA. Wash.. Aug. I. — A scneatton waa sprung In the IVoycv case late testrrday when i.■:..!.. Ii M. Brawa raH-ogntxed In Kben Hoyce. th* convlcteal wife murderer, a craty roan. I*r Rrown waa one of the meallcal examiner* aif he Fourth cavalry. He says that when Hoyce pit-icnte-l hltnaelf at the Preeidlo with an ap plication for aorvla** a* a rornetiat. he examined him and found him de ranged, lie turned him down. A protest waa Bent In and later on an TEN HURT riTTSDPROH. Pa, Aug. I.—Two sections of an excursion train cotltd ed a abort distance from lb ■ city yesterday. Eight...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 9 August 1901

4~ HE LOST A THOUSAND Moral: Never Go to a Doctor With a Friend. The Seattle bunco ,ii is carry ing bis industry into frcth fields, aa W. F. Martin, a )oung Kana-a min er from Nome, can testify, Mai tin, Witt, $1.00 in bllla. left Seattle lot , borne, stopping In Spokane en route Th. he waa approached by a man .with a hiin.l.i." I hand, who asked him to go to a doctor with him whll* • his injury wa* dressed. He con sent Martin and hta companion found the "doctor" anal amathcr man play ' Ing cards, were Invited t<> alt in. and accepted. In au hour the thrc* men ,' hail 11000 ot alartln's money. He re. ". parted the robbery to the -*i feaSM police, but the men escaped. Mar tin be-",. * they followed htm from ttle. First Avenue Concert rraiw evening Wagner's band will again give one of Ita delightful aeacerta an First avenue. The pi u gram Is aa follows: March, "Caesar's Triumphal".. . '.hell Overture. " I -tucai Yon Itrani latan Selection from 'The Ameer' (by request) , Herbert ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 10 August 1901

jfpfi-" Only Paper In Seattle That Dares to Print the News ! ! I VOL. 3. -NO. 1.3. AND HE HAS CONFESSED! ■ : Jack Winters Owns to the Famous Gold-Bar Robbery. SUNK BULLION IN THE BAY Under His Directions Detectives Recover the Hidden Treasure. CROCKETT. Cat.. Aug. 10.—The Selby .matter robbery, one of the unique crimce of modern time*. Is as longer a mystery* . At I o'clock this morning Jack Winter*, the ex-emp.oye of tbe smelt*. er whom the police arrested en suspicion, toa-ata-al the .pot in the bay half a mile out from th* t-aiiy (-setter, where fee had dropped lbs sold bar. thai he stole. Iters worth 171). W0 were recovered Immediately by th* *earcher*. and It la expected that the balance will te gotten by noon. SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 10,—At 10 O'clock this morning detectives ar rived la this .<<■_ with Wintrra and th* bull ban. Winter, ha. broken down and meat* a complete outlet He state* that he was alone In planning and executing th* robbery. Sad that it took htm six week*...

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. — 10 August 1901

2 THE SEATTLE STAR, _. By scan rt'Bi i.iiiiMi co. ____ _*f—asaawnw i ias ... — '.very afternoon except Sunday. TBIeKPnONESI Rualr -- tvpt.. Main 1018, I.dltiulal Pcpl. Main Ills. a B. IIASAttO WKUeS, K-ltoe • • * -,'-.-- g. P. OIASE. tavi.ln««s Man-t»f OFFICES: " ft<*attle—Uo7 Third avenue. .a^^ja-rtjpie-^. New York-ISO Temple Court liuildlng. <*!__• e_fi v Chicago—3l7-SU V, A. Exprcsa HullUing. __^ r*^ i'-e real ,-- , p at. tent* ft Weak a>r tat.ntr.Ba-. tent* p*t auaatk, alelUeeel Vr ra»tl et earrt-H*. N. ft*, eopl**, Eater.- at th. pavstetne. at Seelll- VVaehln.iaan.ee ....... ' . i... malt** TESTIMONIAL TO A BRAVE EX-ENEMY. There i- .1 movement on fool In New York lo give n testimonial In the shape of *. laivlng cup to Admiral Ccrveia. An ««.... latitat ha* been fivrnioal end people are subscribing. It I. an unusual proceeding, but one that arouses latent Interest on thl* side of the water. especUlly nor that tho whole circumstances of tli* wiping out if tha* Spanish ad...

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. — 10 August 1901

RATrRPAT. Atmt'RT 10. IMU BECAUSE MeKeesport Is Hostile It Loses Plant. PITTPnUnOII, Pa*. Aug. I«— The .t.tcment Is published tht. afternoo*. that the .trcl trust has tsautd oralcra fair the dlßtnantlltig of the DewaeS* Wood mill at McKretport and Ita re* Ti'.'Mil to KUktmlnatas valley. Thl.a decision la a.cr|be.l la the hotllllty of the people of McKaecport. The plant 1* one of the oldrai In Penn sylvania *i--t cost teveral million, of -.liar*. __________________ Onilnl r.OOir_?TER, N. T, Aug. 10.-Th. laiack Diamond express, the fattest train ea taw Lehigh Valley road, was atrrecktd near North Leroy by th* *,—. .if the rail* yesterday. i:itht persons were It-Jureal, one .raibat > fatally. :■■.-: LESSON TIEN TSINV Aug. W.—flen. Tel, ta-howu sent out to dispcee of Boxers and brigands, haa returned with th* report that he killed or teat. red *~ny. - 2 2 2 111 _________ " CHICAGO., Aug. IS.— A Pittsburg dispatch to the Chicago Amartcan says: "President Shaffer has cabled An drew -,-...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 10 August 1901

V . NOW IT'S A BREAD TRUST 10 CONTROL BAKED DOUGH THROUGHOUT TH£ UNITED STATES A KNEADING MACHINE: AND WHAT IT WILL ACCOMPLISH. ■ —1 11 "~"i ifj-NEW TOUK, Aug- 19.—A bread tru»t la the latest thing In the trust Bar. There has Just hero lni"orporated In Trrnttm the Natlnnat Bread Co.. th* Immediate ambition of whli-h. according to one of It. atockhold. (St*, la to ..antra. the bread-making Industry In all the more Important Cities Oat th.< l'tailed State*. H| Th* c*pit„U..atioti of the new company U |Xooo,ca>o. and It In said to Serve behind it a number of well known eapitallsta. At pr»*-ut only HMM of staack Is BUb*a'rtb,'.t. I'M.'. ana to be 10,000 share. a>f slock, SB,nee preferred, bearing I per cent, dividends aad 20,000 than* coin. ill,!".. The National -.ad Co. alms net only to consailld-t,. all the Urge baking firm*, but It wilt us* in It* manufacturing a new bread-hiiklti" machine, which, it is aald. knead, bread wlth.aut oilor hauutting and nt Mb. him time increase...

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. — 12 August 1901

-pi. Only Taper In Seattle That Dares ,» Print the News : : : I VOL. a. NO. I »-- SHAFFER IS CONTENTED With Progress of the Strike Thus Far, He Says. 15,900 WORKMEN WALKED OUT South Chicago. Milwaukee and Jolict, However, ♦♦♦♦OvOC}»)4»»*ll» * ♦ * THEIR VIEWS CLASH. * ♦ PITTSBURCIIL Pat-. Aug. 11. ♦ ♦ —The statement made by a ft eel * * corporation ofilcial thla morning ♦ ♦ that the Federal Steel employ- * 4) cc' stand will result In breaking * ♦ the strike with'n one meek ♦ * PITTSDUKOH, Pa.. Aug. IX * ♦ —At noon Pre.la.ent Shaffer ♦ * said: ♦ ♦ "Summing up the situation ♦ ♦ we have no reason to be dis* ♦ ♦ couraged today. Later in the ♦ ♦ treek there may be more de* ♦ ♦ velopß'.cnta." ♦ ♦ ♦ * PITTSnCROH. p.-Aug. is.— Early Report, from th. stcel-strlke centers • indicate that IS,**- men failed to ge to work thla morning. Thar Unoesy and McCutcheon mill« snd the Frank-town Puidilng sad Rolling mills of the continent*- de partment of the National Tube- Co., In this district, were dot...

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. — 12 August 1901

a THE! SEATTLE STAR. By -i at; rtlßliaitlNal CO, P Livery afternoon except Su.!*i-y. T_.LI.PIIONES; .'-.-.a. Pepf., Main MM L.tlloital Pept . Main 111*, a HA.-Ant< wu.-s. KJitoT". ~ r". . a. r. on ask, nam**-, M.n.t.r . *|Pf^Maßr"sai "l.'l'a>"r.lL .TiaiMßSil^Mn.*'ll>B3ll'l "VJJS* ~~* ' "" *"' ..'-^^il&^S-t^^BlSa-MiSa-w!^ ' * ■■■ ■'■ ••- a.-* l.—-"W-n I * —IW-aaiaT OFFICES: Seattle— ill., Third avenue. --dj^-1 *1-^*- New York-!-. Temple Court liuildlng. -«*«_lP«a____4_)> Chlcago—ilT-.tX IT. 8. L'.prea. liuildlng. ~^s*_a—b On* e*at l**e aae-ay; .It *»att ret *«*»k t»r laantr-Sat ctalt l**r Woolta, ..Hatred ky ■*•..: er eartitr*. Ne tee. eeiale*. • linuravt *t th. tv*ta*r»ca at ...til-. W*eti!n«ta>n. a. ttta-arl tlatl mati.r YOU NEED A VACATION. What's the matter with you? Yeu look sour, if one didn't know yon. on* would conclude, by your looks, that you era* the owner of an unfit ,tl*|Mi*itlon. But that Isn't the case. You are a very decent start of cliaia by na tur...

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. — 12 August 1901

„ AT , a-..- U'UI-ST 19, IML DIRECTORS ELECTED New Gas Company Selects Men Who Will Conduct Its Affairs— Five Miles of Pipe Now Laid. •The 4-|tl.en*' Llaht .% raaaver t"o." Is the name of the new n „ company which ,* fast l*yt!i« tiininn Ihrough out the ctty and prr-RttteS to be In readiness to a.fter aH.ntpetltton tn K«t within a cntnpar-ttvi-ly »hi'rt *|s»ie cf lime. Article* Inrcarporsltag the com pany were nicd t-aturalay, Fv-lloMng are Ihe dLra*«tors; J. Wa t'llse, I- C j*mlth. Win. Nottingham. Albeit X lllarcack. C. Da tieebe, TlKaa. W. Not* tlnah.im, Wm. A. )*»**. l.y cry man Identitleal with the a-nmpßny. nave W A. Jtanea. aah<> t. *i large caplt:iltst cf Nevaark, has large Ittteretta In this city. The capital Stork Is 11,* HMM to be divided l'a,SM.baia'.a of tt«* each. Wit Be Thoroughly Piped. It 4* the Intention of the caimpanv j to pipe the city thoroughly nnd raan. | struct a first clats plant. Already I CANNERY BUSINESS L.H,Gray Says Stories of Big Catch Are Not E...

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. — 12 August 1901

« THE IOWA Battleship Sails for San Fran* . cisco to Bo In Readiness for Panama The battleship lowa a-»l!e,l last fight from the liremerton navy yard -for San Francisco. It waa flr.l In* *;t*ndcvt by the Bovcrnment offlctals ■Msat the Wtaconein would be .cut -there, in be in readiness to go U l*santtn*. bait when It waa learned that tht. »t*i|. would neeat 1J or JO j. day. to finish her repairs, the or • alers were traoaferred to the lowa "• St I* ejipecteal. however, that if th* fcrul-er Fhtlaalelphla, which salleal ''from Samoa on th* Tth, should er* f »!*/• tn 'r\rl*<*ty, that she wtll be sent I to Panama tai guard American Inter tat* there, and the I ->a.a allnwrd to I return to ruget sound. Tbe navy V department se.ui* to be reluctant >to ; nd a Srsl class hattleahlp to 1-natti.i, an 1 the lowa may be de* I talned at 'Frisco until th* Phil.•: --i) jahl* arrlvea there. Rear Admiral Caaa-v- hat temporarily transferred 1 lilt flag from the lowa to the WU* SSS-aln Lumber D...

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. — 13 August 1901

mpllE Only Paper In X Seattle That Dares o Print the News : : : vol. a. .NO. 1 »ft. 'NOTHER TRAIN HELD UP Masked Desperadoes Dynamite a Train In the Indian Territory and Get Rich Booty. Reckless Outrage Perpetrated In Daylight at the Town of Coney—An * United States Marshal and Posse Are In Hot Pursuit. . — FOr.T worm!. Tea, Aug. IS-A heavily-armed bin! of deaprradoe. held up the Missouri, Kansas A _"»... |*a%»*enser train st Coney, I. T- thU morning, dynamited the «»|i,*a car, rifled the m* pouche. SB I went through the entire train and tobbe*d the pasaeng i*. I The amount »ecure.t Is unknown. * It Is belie*, to be heavy. ; An tTnlted State, marshal and hi. poste are In hot pursuit. The robbers twkre*>«ct»lon of the engine and cab, *ut*dultig th* engineer and fireman st the rotate of (una ■ . The expreM-csr door was ballet ed down and the safe dynamited, while a gun wa* held at the rr-*- — (era head. Th* mall clerk, were treated similarly while the pouchet were being tipped open...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 13 August 1901

I THE SEATTLE STAR. Cy Si'AH ITBtHIHNcJ IM, Livery sftcrnovin except Sunday. Ti:i.i:rno.s*i:B: liu.iraes* lvpt.. Main lOin lMltoilal Pepl.. M»tn lltt ■ S. It ASA np Va'KLUt, 1.41 to* ."""«""'. - . - wYfTcilA**. M-ttß*.. •*'"'*_*'_ "offices™ Seattle-tio: Third avenue, a *_,*!>„ New York~s*o Temple Cuurt Hullding. '^^HHSr Chlcairo-IIT-SU U. 8. Uxpmaa Hullding. I Ota* real ft a***-.-; „t *•*•»». pea- ... r.iil. p*r event!. 4«llaer*t l> stall *r ram.r*. Na fi-. wri**. rratere Itl it* ,-. at,.-" -al ..attti^ *V«»tiin«t..n,«» e**c.vn I ... iai»tter BIT AT THE BAIT: TOOK THE HOOK. The ctty council last night g.v. ,h» tlreat Northern and th* Northern I*aclflc railway, to understand that no unban alepa,t.or any other b.i ol depot, wab ay anted In this metra'poll. of th* Northaacst for year, to row*,' The civuna-lt trt the railroad, know that It propeeed to befriend th. Heattle A Lake Washington Waterway Co.. which haa done lie utmost to prevent the building of the proposed million doll...

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

TI'KSDAT. -WOCST lit. 1*1)1, FORGERY CHARGED £. B. Estes Scouros Arrest of H. C. DiiKoleu on the Charge. Detective James RJTBH h.is arrest. rd Henry C. Dv Moten en a warrant arhairglng him with forgery. 13. H. 1 et. -. the dsrulnc teacher. Is lh* prosecuting witness. Lost May PuMolen oskc-d Mr. Ka te* to cash _ cha-ck for 110. signed by the firm aaf Jacobs A Jaa-raba, „n..|. tte-rs, who have aiflcr* In th* New- York block. At lust Mr. Kstea was ..],... ...ii. but a wittiwn nam. 1 .lattle Arnaald. whia was acqualntcal lib Mr. Kate* and a close fi lend of pu Mialen. vaau. hed fur the check and the money was advana-ral. Mr. I.s* ta ■* looked up the alter and found that the r**P*r was worthless and a rank forgery. A warrant waa served j for EM Mula-n's arrest, but he a*t*uld .not b. found. . „.-.*-, I Sundtv Mr. F.stee save the man "on the ttrea-t. and securvd another warrant. Yesterday ef tern-wan IX* tSCUvs Ityrnes started out and soon locat«*d Dv M.ili-n on Western aye- j nue. He Is ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 13 August 1901

lew ;,, if « ED.IARTiNiD MR. RUSSELL ' ll F»t_l_At_tC OO AWAY, AND, ID. MARTIN AND MR. RUSSELL t'llA\-,l Call AW A V A\lN|!l NEVER BE GUILTY AGAIN j Tho 20-Roui.d Glove Contest at the Grand Opera House 1 Last Night Is Still Waiting for a Name Those i Who Saw It Refuse to Speak. 1. HPbSd nussell left early tin* morn- In* for the wilds of 1!,.. Olympics. fe; where h*? will accept a Job aa Intpec |f,'tor of lonesavime place* with a K-n_ ti nf "no gi-mls" already there. He de. 'J' elded on thl* com**? after he was I?,counted out In the tenth round of hit &_, fight last night at the Grand opera tg.'house with Denver I**l Martin, it* I*':. wae ruled out and off. after a bunch ■j^'t-f-.the most palpable fouls *ver per* '; petr.i' 'on an opponent, er a suffer- Ming ringside gathering. Of .coure. rJ he wasn't In the fight, even from the !« first, but being a Seattle boy. the a'!house stood with him snd Jollied the losing end along. However, hi. ;* t-.-k.-r-. frienala and turns. If were c...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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