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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 14 August 1901

• alii only Paper In Seattle That Dares to Print the News : : : vol. i. no. no. 9 MEN KILLED IN CLEVELAND Many Others Seriously Injured by the Burning of a City Tunnel-Crib. Charges of Criminal Negligence May Follow the Dreadful Accident. O.EVE! ' C Aug. 14.-rive men were auffocat.d In the new • trster-works tunnel and three ware drowned tarty thla morning. Crib No. 3of the tunnel caught tire and -a* destroyed. Three gangs of tunnel workmen v. ho li* .* II the crib were caught like rata In a trap, and either had to jump into the lake end poeaibly drown, of perish by .uHocation. One shift was asleep tn th crib when the Are broke out, and ef thlt number eight perished and :.' were .cued, sum* of them badly burned. Another shift of » men was at nor*. In a tunnel a. hi- h aa.i- supplied with air from the burning crib, and it It Impoasibte at tht* hour tv tell whether the air remains pure enoutth to sustain life, or whether the urn have been suffocated. __________ ' BRINGING TNC BURNED V...

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. — 14 August 1901

is THE! SEATTLE STAR. tall ttltlNil l*o, •? .__-___ —t, ■_—_—• —_ r t ...—^_ -. .. _—-- ■—- -,-i i r a_as_Bß_r* livery afternoon except Sunday, TEI.EI-lIONI.SIi nutlnets rvept., Main lo:.' Editorial l-cpt , Muln 113 a. B, ItAKAIU* WRLIA Batlloe • a . . c, r. -BASS. Bu.lß*** l-»r.»t*r "offices: (teattl- in'" Third avenue. _____ New York--.10 Temple Court iil.lliig **-«_l_E_se*> Chlcago-SU-HU U. H. Express lllltl.l Mig. "*-a__Ce»-- Ob* e*a» p*r eeert *l* etßlt p*r tHk er tw.utr-Bvt etatt i»te nwßtti,'a*ll»«rt. tr iiibM er .•m.-* -- • n.. „., ..-. rater*.! *l IB* •v-Mt.alTtf* *| Seattle. W.Bhln.tnn. aa **f,ii,ilai»*. malley HELD UP IN HEART CITY Highwaymen Become Bold and Work in Early Night. Two daring highwaymen heLl up two .•Heei* at Third avenue anal I'nive'* street and Fourth avenue and t'nlian atreet. last evening. I* Miller, who Uvea at .1* M.rt-ni Street, and Fred Haley of 111 t'nlv er»lta street, were the victims. Miller area the flcel to 1,. approach. Ed He wa* walking alo...

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. — 14 August 1901

vVEDNESDAT AUCIUBT H. tWI. KNIVES AND PISTOLS Trouble Over Money May Result In a Murder. Jaae ' McClavwan and l'a.lacrt Miller, two colore.! men. engaga-at In a plttol and knife right na**ir Ihe coiner et Twenty-eeventh avenue alul Ira Ing street, shortly after 1 p. m. yesterday afternoon, and as a result McOownn lies at the point ot death and Miller I* flealng aa-rosa the a-ountry with a bullet wound In hi* hand. The report of the affsalr came to police hradauarters at 2 o'clock and Detectives Barbee and Phillips srgfß detailed on the esse. Ma-Oow-an and Miller were engaged to do a Job of window washing. Mil ler secured I- of the pay and trouble arose between the men avver th* divi sion ot the money. This afternoon Ma-Cowan went to the house of Mil ler at Twenty-seventh avenue ami Irvine street and demanded his there of the *.. A quarrel took plaa-e. McGowan aaya he airew a revolaer to Bear* Miller. A «hnt waa need whleh took effect In Miller's hand. Mra. Annie Rote, who happened t...

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. — 14 August 1901

4 NEWS MEN IN TACOMA 15th Annual Session of Press Association. TACOMA, Aug. 14,-Kdltnrs snl their wives, representing every ae,-. tlon of-the state. ar; gathered In Tt. coma for the 15th annual session of Ihe Washington Hist* Tress ntaaaa-tea t'on, which opened here* yesterday, from the country weekly with pat ent Inside to the big- city dally, «ll a Us*** of newsiapsrs and period loalt are rcpre-ented. *>nly the ad vance guard of ihe edltaara rear lie I the rlty yesterday an' the sessions cf the aaaoclatlfin were curtailed lo await the an. of th* other* who came by train and boat today. The opening session of the asso* elation was delayed until the arrlv* at cf the afternoon train from the cast aide of the mountaina.' I*rett* dent John Itutl of Whatcom, called th* meeting to order and the ftrst business tranaacteHl waa the clectl.m of new a-iftlcera.- At the Invitation of A. D. Warner, the ta.Hiiiii.il sdiouraed to Her man-, hall, where they were enter* tali* hy the rtprc-ductlo...

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. — 15 August 1901

yilli Only Paper In Seattle That Dares to Print the News : : : VOL. 3. 2sO. 118. 2 BATTLESHIPS, 1 GUNBOAT To Protect American Interests at Panama and to Guard Isthmus Against Revolutionists. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ WASHINGTON. I>, C. Auc. IS.—The state <Jej>«rtment h«a ♦ ♦ finally ilrcUed to a«nd two warship* to Panama, on* to guard ♦ ♦ «Mher aid* of th* Uthmue. ' -" ♦ ♦ NOKFOLK. V«. Aug. 15 Th.> gunboat lUrhlM aallod to,!ay ♦ ♦ for Central American watera. when* "« «"•• to protect Am*rl» ♦ ♦ ..in tntere«ta during th* Cwlombla-V«ne*ucU trouble. ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦• I KINGSTON. Jamaica, Aug. IS.—Th» HritUh »tean»er l>«i l.n from Colon, report* heavy fighting on th* uutaklrta of Panama and Colon, th* advantag« b<!iuc on the ai4« of lh« tnaurgrnta, who ar« »tr«il!l) aiWan dnr on th* two ritt«a. Many on «*<•»» •**• were wounded. A number of pawcugem who «'t. farced to la*»« Colon on account of th« danger an I to avoid conscription, s...

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. — 15 August 1901

THE SEATTLE STAr?. vt »tA» rtrntnniNo *•>», Every afternoon except Sunday. ■ • Ihislnraa D«pt., Main 1050. Editorial Pefit., Mnln tISS. _^^i-^L^fc^lL^l^l^s^^^V3^asttcKsa.;:S^:^-^J^s^':^^a^T;laa^-^r^*~^Ts?a^"■'^-!^B T"~*~iw ——"■■!__ - R. MASArm.WKIXa, KJHW • .... - « K. T, CItA»K. »u«l«w« M»aag»f * orricss: • r»*atn*—MO? TMrd avenue. r>-. New York-SJO Tempi* Court Flul Ming. I.^^*-^ Chlc«~>~*U-M8 IT, X, K«|>f»aa Uullding. ' "■' * {OH <-»nl r»r i.'ir Ml ■•■••■• \»r « •i. <<r ««.■!»«<• nntl t»r fiuitih. _*ll>tr«4 t» UMll or • «i »•.»■■• N.i fr*» .-.•;■:»•. l"n"r> \ at t' • r- •' -(^ > at "iiiti. Wanhlnslp*.** •-■-•« I . <•>• m*lt*r ABOUT WOMAN IN THE KITCHEN. "Tha Elimination of th** Kitchen' i» > toHc of popular agitation In <^loago Just now. l>i».upnitig lhl«all-ln<|H>rlanl feature of dom«»»tl<s tlfe. the IntPr-cVean aaya: Mii» Svhmnhl, editor at the Ava.nl Courier. |iiii even further thnn Mm- s»! ih Grand In h--r aJvin-acy of ...

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. — 15 August 1901

finmsOAT. AUOUBT it IWI. LAST EDITION <» O'Clock | WURDER Adolph Scruber Picked Up Near Covington With Bullet Hole In His Side. i Adolph Scruher «M early this mornlnK found In a tljins condltlcu ri<'ar Oovlngton bwMf the Northern Parlfln in!ii..«vi track, >!•• h.ti * bulitt h«le In his »ide. and fnnii i»ll appearances foul pUy hail been <l*»»lt him. M.- wii taken to t.eary f.r medtral aid anil the »h*rtlt"» oflloo In thin city vti nottn.sl thU afiernivin s, rui'.T «ai rMlng In I box car «»f ■ Northern freight train, advice* da not atat* whether or not he w»« an *mptoy* at th* company. ■ OFF WITH THE CABLE ■ ' S. S. Lakme Sails With the SkagwayJuneau Outfit.. Th* Lakme aal!*il thla aftrrnoo^ »i!h the s»u»«>-Jur.-.iu rabie. A« l<«aaenK«ra ah carrtea Mr. a. P. For. tr who repre««nta the contractors. Ituxey x Co.. of New York, and a party of university atudrnt* whai will assist tn th* work. A in.-IK the latter ar* W. Durkrrln?. \V. Amn, *C. lUthbun, W. n. nurw*U. C .«....

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. — 15 August 1901

. ELKS PLAY BASEBALL Big Game at Tacoma Tomor row The Teams ■, ■ morrow th* Elk* of Seattle will lock horns with thoa* of Tacoma. la h !>.*!..-i-iiii contest ta th* latter city, «hi!.. It I* , \i-..i.-.t that MM of th« order from all over the tat* will look on. This will b* on* of tit* iMtui'i. .■' ■'■ Ik*' carnival. (Seattle, defeatett by a team of Los Anci-ii .< r.ii.s thr*Nß weeks a«ro. haa t*en urently stwrtßthenevl. A n«>t« a.bte ...l »itt,".n la that of Campbell •ed McManus. of the Vntvtralt* tnrn, and aald t.i bo ilia !■>-«'. am*- ! lr«r battery In tutrn. .: , Folloa ln« Is the way tho teams wtll r,,> to bat: • Tac«»m». Position. Seattle, T 8. f»ri.-!l I' W. rampbrll J. li. McCoy C..J. 11 McManua J. J. Connelly ...ill.. ..<■•<•-> Mantor K. 1.. I*ami.' - „.511....11. M. Smith W. 1". Fowler „..JU F. Cochran l:. I*. Itrlcirs H.R.....D. Mclnnla I>. 'VKj ltutberfortl I. I'..\V 11. Morrla 4. McCleod ......C.F Kd OaKiiey J. K. llolton lI.F F. Ulna IX A. Mc...

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. — 16 August 1901

'hpllll Only Paper In Seattle That Dares to' Print the News : :>: VOL. NO. 140. FIERCE STORM IN THE SOUTH New Orleans Partially Under Water-Vessels Wrecked at Mobile-Lives Reported Lost. Atlanta Fears a Heavy Blow, but Washington Says Danger Is Past on Atlantic Coast. in ORLEANS, Aug. 11—Th«J storm which has been iw««|<ln« the 1 Gulf coaat from r»:i!i4..<U an4 ni->v- 1 ( . Ins westward during th« P»«t « ' fc.'urn h»» proatratrd telephon* and telegraph wire* to MM! an e»t«nt ■ that n»»« from the outlying **f'^l tlona Is bard to ret. Tfee it iv.-at feani hare been enlertslned for th» > i>*fety of th.' prop!* It-tl c *« I^rt I Kads, which la at the mouth of the Mississippi river, amt for th* shtpai that started for sea Jutt before th* j , storm began. ' , :— Th» storm I* rnn . M '•• be. almost , St bad aa the graat storm of IMJ. , HEW ORLEANS. Aug. 1«.—Th«) ( damage by th» storm In this city - «rin reach thousands of dollars. N« Uvi» ar« reported lost, • Ttot Bucktown...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 16 August 1901

2 THE SEATTLE STAR. '-..I. ■--' ,■ ■ >*r «r*» wnLaatK? notfl _^ _ _ _ Hvery ,i:ir; MO except Sunday. fUwln*»aD»t>t. M*ln l«0. Kaitorlal IV|>t , Main USI It lIAXARD WKIOA KJlter • > • . R. r. t'HAIK. llu.ln.M M«n«f.r OFFICES: ppnttli"—tie? ThtrJ nvfnu*. ,«3«lft^^ New YorW-S3O Tempi* Oourt HulMlng. <W>vra'..J^i> Chliausv-SK-HS I*. S IM-im Hull<tlr>g. **via.«**' <*n* irvni i». ropy: >la »nt> r«r »••>. n tw.ao-nv* cfnu in mantk. .i--ii..»-i tr »«<t or .>•!••• ,Na r»»« po(ii«». Knl»rf4 at «•-• i- .i .*i • at -roir- WuMmi«i.h ••- - ..* ■ t >•< narb* WHEN SIR TOM COMES TO US Wh*n thiit cl«'\«T rttitlfman nnil trup «iH>rt«>man, Sir Thniun* Up« ton, i-t^m*» to «n. ho «iil iw >ur* of a wunt*tkNtt*d wtlcom*. ii«* i» no* K>ti»*hfr» o»it 00 '.h(? ,\(!-i'iU. 'Iwlxt tJvrrptuil amt Xmv Tork, with •* POM in his •>>«■« ntiit thf iiftcrmination In hit heart ti> inke a«»y ifroin us a certain •ontfthtnir \»hU'h wp have com* to l<...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 16 August 1901

l--tP r A\mV9t 1* 19W. ~" LAST EDITION O'Clock liDEREfFHOBOET Sad Fate of Adolph Schreibor Who Was Shot In a Box Car Near Covington. Adoir h Bchr«lb#r d-orrectixj from rVhrubrr I*. who wa* found >e»ter. day mornlrtK *t the P"lnt «^f d>-ath. »*«r Covtr.Rton. I* dead. Schrrll«er dUnt from th* «tfet«!i if a brutal «» cault. When pKfccd up by employes uf «h# rnUroad comi«any. he had lain par»|y*<Hl f»r IS hjur« fltun the ef fect of four bullet wounds. The. roimg m«n h»d Ix-rn employed In Iho JKirran mUI at lister and w«« beat- Inn hi- way to T«u-<>ma. where he «■» pected tn cngKjt* In new cnii>!oyi!ifiit. Btfore he died he wn* *:>;. to give a fun at-count of what transplml. \Oi#n the "freishtcr" arrived at Ovini' -i *tiipp«fd tor a brief time. \\ ht'e th«- train wa* (tandlna*. two youex* "ten about hi* own «gf up pr«vsch'«l him and nl -!■■ 1 htm Into enttrutf a b«x car. After the youth ful murderers had htm securely Inj IMPORTANT County Commissioners Will Have No Us...

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. — 16 August 1901

. MURDERER ' HAMILTON . ... Brought to King County Jail From Whatcom for Safe Keeping \ Hamilton. rh»rg*d with ;'n>ttrd*r and under sentence to bang. J^rat yesterday afterntwn brought IS >»he King county Jail from Whatrnm. ,Th# authorities of WhatP^m eountv Irarned cf • movement among Ham ilton* friends to »*sl»t hl» e^ape. The "Hip" received by the authorities of th« «l«iperat« pl«n t» fr<<e Hamil ton was Mmety and tho manklller >. *« aplrited away tv tills city. Hamilton ia under wntene* of ■dimth for t!w murder of D. M. Wood- at Anacortes. » hem h* shot tn !<■!>•>. tthlte crated wtth drink. Ho baa been sentenced to hang thr*« times, and a« many time* baa auc «*«Kjed in n.ii tiu- execution. About *tx years a(» Hamilton ■ stabbed a companion by the name of Whrtl.'n. who later succumbed to hla inlutie*. On thia occasion h« ea raprd >*n his bonds befon* bis vlc ttm died, and wa* not capiured un- 1 til all witnesses had I- ■'• th« vlctntt/ *«f the erlme. Ham...

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. — 17 August 1901

'pllli Only Paper in Seattle That Dares to Punt tlu NtWS : : : VOL. 3. >"O. >()- STORM NEWS Beginning to Come in--Six Lives-Many Small Craft Wrecked. NEW OItLEAKS, Aug. 17.—Wlr* ivmnvauKanon I* BOW established ( throu*»«»t th. (MM of Mlaaitatrpt (sound coasts, and particulars of th* storm ar« •*«<nnln* *• arrtva. nail • road tra(Ee has be<>n resumed on a!. moot ail road*. Bo far ealy six lire* »r» known to ha»« ■**• lost. Property daiaag* Is principally to »uirm»r hejnwi and bath houses atone th* coast. aad to small -rafts. , COLUMBIA ' DEFEATED . .LAKCHMONT. N. T, Aur. 17.— B south wtad and a. heavy brr<-i« ■pan th* weather coadltlons which confronted th* sk.pprrs of th« Con stitution and th« Columbia^ when ' they bro«fht tketr boats together to «lay for ta« second rmc* of th* Larchmoat aarlea. Th* rac* prom* 1 !.•*• to b* a irpetitlon of > ttln rdaj-'a ' ceoteat. * h«n the Constitution so •vrtatretr e«f«ated tha ColumMa. Later.—Oanstltutloa woo, crossing Use U...

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. — 17 August 1901

2 THE SEATTLE STAR. ty m*« rOBLMHINa CO, Hvcry *fternoon rxcept Sunday. TSUCPIIONESI nu»lne«a iv pt . Main t>v' Edlt.irlal D»pt.. Mala us* b. tiakahd .wbxi, rjitor • ~^~ . T a. r. chase, turn—— M«w««»r OFKICKS: B*nttl»—HOT Thirst av»nu*. MN*«w York—X« T«-tnpl# Court llvilliUng. <s£^:Cl?^> Chtcagtv-aiT-StS VT. 8. Kxpr«ts llulUlinir T^___ i'w i-»i\i nr .- r». •!» r«it> r*r w««k it i«. u> fl\« >»mi i»r month, .!•>!'i ■to I It null or ■ «>t>•>• ,Ka fi<• «>[■•<•. !Cnt*r»4 at th* p<t»t«flw At 9*aul«. W««hif»ilo«. •• ■•-..■.' t rln.a m*tt«r Government K*p<rt Hob*rt*» »ft»r examlnlnit «-ar#fu\ly Into 111. way th- ether half" live* In Oothnm. Is rmiveit 10 .•iiKK'Ht that Cafnegl*, norkefeUfr and ftlhrrs of that goUt-n Ilk. nlve their money tn the tiulUl tnc of mrxlrl trnrmrnts for the r-"-. anil l«»t llbrarki ml . ..p.-^. * '.. v ■ tar*> of thiMr,!«.-i\r» fnr awhile. Souid talk Mvntal indlgntlon's n ii-». cure for bodily dlttreas, The- county e...

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. — 17 August 1901

" mm i ' BATUHPAT. AUGUST IT, IJ3I. LAST EDITION A O'Clock ? TXCUSETWAr • I.ONPON*. Aug. IT.—The member* «f the hOUM <■" commons o»wmbl«'d In the hod** of Inrils toilay to linlen to King Kdwanl'a prorogation a,-**ch. The king •*/**■% satisfaction at i:n«: i-ia * go.vl relation* wllh other pon-rra and at the amicable aettle -tent of th* Chinesa crlais. TALKS ON ORIENTAL QUESTION Jacques Taffanel, Diplomat of France. Returns From China. Jacques T»ftan»l of Part*, a rep resentative of Franc« In th* diplo matic s«rvk», juiit returned from fftlr.*. was a guest at the Itainlcr- Grand U«! evening, leaving th* morning to contlnu* hta jaurney; East. }U baa been In th.- Orient aj year, being e*nt by his government i to h«lp adjust the Indemnity France! mill demand of the Chln«a* for th« I Boscr cutniges. M. TaSanel la naturally r««cnred •a th» succeas of bts diplomatic mis f ion, but talks freely on various Chi nes* topic* lie sajra the result ■ f Urn n»«'>tiatl.>n» between China and...

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. — 17 August 1901

_L. A GREAT ROUND-UP $2,000 in Stolen Property Is . Recovered— Thieves in Operation tor Months. S Deputy Sheriff Mike Krlly an.\ rn troSirtan Juhn Keity >e»t«>r(tay laoat |«d la Junk (hop*, of this city a l»r*!P 1 <r»f sSoWn property, the P^»" '•duct of ayntrmattt.' Ihtexery. I Indus [A I'iimtt. Incat aieMnwy m<*rt. hay«» for nm<> iim«* hern the victim* of ; thtryesv Y«*t«-nl.iy the i>f?Ufr« pb t*ln*«l warrant* (n>«n Ju«iuv l!llt'» court *r.il r*«><san • search*©! the y»n!s < { the fnllV Ir-rt unit, Metal y»ra» nnl tho AlasJti Junk company s*r»ls. In Nth ptacvn, which ar« . »-*»«t|Ui-ttH| h»* th<* wme nwn, Hchwart*, futly *ti*"O worth of stolen K«kls was rtlsmivewd. The thieves ■*Ik* stuie th«» n»*i> have been at »«rk f«r nuwth*. They have evrn KiriiHv-tl an e-gtw« In the y»r»l* <»f Hohu.i & Pisott. nm\ »«>!il the plun. rtw. A Inr** nmoimt «>f brawl cant-, lns.» and ftttinics ar» VtU at the I juflk va,-<!» ami lorat Bta.hlnrr)' ...

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. — 19 August 1901

frill" Only Paper in Seattle That Hare* to Print the News : : : VOL. 3. JsO. 131. 30 SOULS LOST BY THE SINKING OF THE STEAMER ISLANDER -STRUCK AN ICEBERG NEAR DOUGLAS ISLAND Terrible Disaster in Alaska Waters —Seaitie Lives Lost. Tti* iteatnablp JiUnder or th« Can adian Ml* **"*• with '*• ptrnonn' m board, crashed Into an Iceberg <»n V»ur»'l*r U»t and unk In tba Icy » i\ett cf Ljnn canal. ' TIM n«v* of tn« appallim: <!l*a*ttr wm breucht down aa the »:»t:>■ . «iue«n. which arrived In Seattle thu; •furnoen. Th» P.r»t newt the i-ja.aU t V. h<>l VktorlJL ll.tr.ll* bad th* yurtn touched ther» when the pur»*r thouted t» the crowd i en tb« wharf: "The Ifiander ha* : , Its down anJ II paawmrra an! •■' ]( Pf her crew lo»t." The r.ewi | »prrad Ilk* wlldflr*. a»d aoon crowd* I be*!eged tb« dock* and •te.imbo.i. effieva, «Umort»* for new*. Vlrlo.-1» C rUlme-i moat of th« r*«»*ng*rß *< ■, hf r rwn rlttzcns. M ■!t-.-r« an 1 *- fathers, wlv«a and »w««ftheart» Vrtn f'' frantic for...

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. — 19 August 1901

I the SEATTLE star. »| aTAJI ITBI t*lllN,» CO, Every afternoon rxcept Sunday. TELEPHONES: nunlncas IHpt., Vtaln 10M. K.lUorlal D»pl Main nil • ». ItAEAnr* WKU-d, HIW • - • • B. r. tIIA»K. n»UMM M»nMte "OKFICES: PeattU-UOT Thtnl nvrnu*. -<««**»» New York-529 Trmple l*ourt llul Ming. <?i'»^t»vA> Chlcairiv-MT-SIS V. R. Kipr»aa ltulldint. ~^h^a*t> * ••»* •" i rcr - :«. •■« <«■<(• it ntk »r i»..-i» !>*• .<•.,!• i»t month, .irii,,, -i f-.!cr» t »! th* i- •'.••*■• «i *<■ t«t:.- Wanhintien,•• ••■ >■> i . m>> natter SUMMONED IN THE NIGHT. Tet one« again the allent re.iper.Death. haa rathennt hl» iolemn liar v«»t. In th# night. F*rt»in their aleep. men, women anj little chUJren wake to hoarae rrlea of fear nmt th« ct'nf\i»ed nolne of the trampling of feet. In a nmment they ahake off ■lumber, only to learn that a ataunrh ahlp la ulnklni !••• neath them; only to realise that they are face to ;.i-<- with a cruel rteath: only to have for<*<Hl ;p..1l...

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. — 19 August 1901

i ■■ ■ CO SOULS LOST BY SINKING OF ISLANDER (CVntlnupil from r«ge On«.> r"i»e From Srillli Among thow thai wirnt down with. Ih* »t»arncr wfr? «vi» i»»»*on«»T» I *hv> rrgl»t«-r*%t from StUttlr; \V. <!. rrrtton an.J hi« brid«i ( 'ajra. J. I* Wlloox; Mm, A. \V. I'lslaips nn.l llttij lvrx»thy I'htllli'SK ag<sl Sv» |taraJ Mm. rhUltpm »!>« l» lh<« wifi*u( th«| well-known ilt'ntf'i. «f«t i<> Jui>i-» i| thrv* tt<*fk» n*» In companjr with Mr*. WooOruff, the «lf« of .i »*althy Stlka r»t« ir.-h,int, Thi-r^rrr 1 laawrnKfru on bt>.»iil th«> I*l ty of Bt» nttl^ atul exi^i-tfil l«> return on it I The arrival of Pr. Pbllllp* with \t\f \M\e rhlhl tx-m-th* n !•!.■ ih- -.; rhanitr th*ir plan*. Th# rt<»-t(fr left g^attlr on (h* ntv r>f s .i;... r> i' > tvtnint \\-t t. Up haJ p.int'.! hla U»P to Sk»n«i«> «« » v.1.-»*.int: »urrr *• 1° I*'* *»trV. who itlit not know i It* *ra« eorolriK, I4tt)« Dorothy \\**> witd »lth «t*!!fihi at the prt»p«ct ot I (...

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. — 19 August 1901

■ i_AST EDITION A O'Clock NORDSTROM^ COUNTRYMEF urncy Made to Olympia Today for Purpose of Interceding With Governor Rogers. 'X repr***ntat!v* d^leirat cf the i S\vfdl»h renldenta of thu *ity start rd at » o'clock this murnlngfor Olym i> » for th* purfK>»« of conferring with (?ov, Ro—tra In behalf of «'iv.« N«»r\t»tr\>rn. The. governor will he asked to lnterpo** In favor . f t!> ■ ioa< man In any manner to save him from th* ««llovra. or at least to ltsu« a stay of deration until th* I • supreme court ha* again passed up en hi» eaji.>. CLEVELAND DISASTER * CLnvri-Axn. 0., Aug. v.—it wa.« dia«ov*r«<) today that two of th« men entombed In the wiUrr works tunrvrl In last Thursday's tlt»a*!t-r, am sts'.l alive. Trkcy nr» John Klst,! a.ad a man ntnu<l i:u<- :>«•. A rn cu# party kin* .-.:■• ' to cj Into th« tuanet. PRESIDENT OF THE S. P. »OMAHA, Aui II.—A prominent .-' TTnlon Pacirlc offlclal h«r« Intimates that 11. ».'. lluntinxi-'n. * Hap—. of th« lat* CoUU ...

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