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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 20 August 1901

THE Only Paper In Seattle That Dares lo Print the News i : : fOl • »• NQi 15i« THE FEDERAL BUILDING WILL STAND AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF THIRD AND UNION Special Commission Selects the Julius Redelsheimer Property, and the Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Immediately Approves the Choice--The Price Is 5174J50, and the Size of the Lot Is 184 by 240 Feet. »♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦** a 4 lt>; (Special to the Btar.) « ♦ WASHINGTON. P. C. Aug. 4 ♦ ».—.A*s.ftant Secretary of th* « ♦ Treanury T»)rl. r t-vla> announ* 4 ♦ ced that th* commission, t-otn- « ♦ roa«4 of - .. • • ami Architect 4 ♦ Taylor and Mr. oaand. expert. 4 ♦ which *t»lt*4 Seattle r«c«ntly 4 ♦ to »-r!rvt a site for the fetirr.il 4 ♦ buUdlfia* If tha.t dty. had A«cM< 4 ♦ Ed to accept th* property lacat- 4 ♦ e« at th« couthesst corner of 4 ♦ Union street an 1 Third avenue. 4 ♦ Th property la oSered by 4 ♦ Cra* f.»: ! A >'ino\*rat SIT4.TM, 4 ♦ sad the lot la ISI feet by Sit 4 ♦ feel 4 ♦ Assistant Secretary Taylor at 4 ♦ on...

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. — 20 August 1901

i THE! SEATTLE STAR. By UTAH rntLHIUXt) CO. Every Afternoon except Sun Jay. TKUEriiONKS: i i nuitnrn t>»pt.. Main 1060. Editorial t»«pt.. Main <1S». <a. iwARARcTwiEU J>, KJIU*~I - - • K. F. fit ASK. Ku.lß»* M«n«f»r orrtccsi Ffattie—U©7 Third tvinut. New York—JJO Tnnplf Court tUilMlnf. Chtcapv-*I?-31S U. t«. Espr**a UullJing. ifr^ Oe« fni frr <• i > ••» .«:>!• r»f «Hk n <»*-ii« f>« .■■>!• i<r month, j»iii< t»l tar nxil or «ir »■• n,i '!•• „(•:»«. Kn«r*d «t <*• |xxtot«l<-« »t *»»ttl«. WfuhlmtiMt. •• «*o<wd rl»«» mum LET TNERE BE AN ACCOUNTING. Wherever mar r*>«t th« Mam# for "■•■ wrecking of th* itramrr t< lan 1.-i id. unty truth loom* up llMi the matter of the veneel, ''«i' II H. Km^t**, ahould have *ttn to the navlnj cf many humiin llve» cntruM "J lo hl» cartv but FAILED TO PO T. If *v?n mwtomai di»clrlln«" h*J obtained t<n Iwianl th<- lalandrr nt the time ahr aim k. and tvrii antoretd durlnr the Intrrvnl ' •'-i ■• »he dank il...

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. — 20 August 1901

t *• \m. LAST EDITION. * O'Clooh. THE FARALLON fromskagway ■rings Down the Ba!anco of the Islander's Passengers MtSWMff nnHos, Alatki* ">*m •hip Ca.. arrl\*«t fr«im Sk.ijswny l!iit ruomlng. M;« had an boanl tl |v»w rngera. of whom «-r* fur V.im-ou v«r. The** w*r« th*-*\irvivoni of th* |!l-fat«-,i I*!.-ir.J»r. Th* V. V ■• b.-ought no '•»• Skas^ay n«wa. HUa had no gold >• .^-- ■ • \,. ;■; tJJ.OiJc, whNfi waa tho propertjr of W. W, Powti-a, ouc of the liUii.Ur » j««9*ns»r»; SHRIEKED Unusual Scene In Alimony Proceedings This Morning. Son* fTcll.Mn»-nt M MM \ in Ju'.jf Kmory"a cnu»t this morning «uri!«c th.- h*arln« Of a, motion for alimony In th* ca*« of I. I. Johnston against Waller 1. J.>hn«ton. Th« de. fendant In th* divorce >••> brought • number at affidavits whtth wete very derogatory t i h.« wlfe'a rhar actrr. 11 was «htU' one of th<-»» which a<VU3wd her of frequently m loon*, that »■<» made a vicious plung* at her hu*i>««M) aa h« «at In th* HHIIU—I She ...

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. — 20 August 1901

4 ASPHALT PAVING IS DELAYED No Brick for Gutter Work Is Said to Be the Cause A ph*lt paving on Ninth avenu* fame t» a sudden halt this nuirttlng, owing to* th* Inability of the con - tractors to obtain brick for th* gut ters. Yesterday 7* feet of asphalt wa* competed on Ninth avenue. In- '• eluding Intersections, aud Is open for trmlTlc today. Nut only has the as- I hait work come to a standstill, but ttkew!** Is)* paving of Madaiasjj street, it Was stated, on good au- i thority, this morning, that th* r«a --•on for the deUy Is due to the man- Vfacturer* obtainingl more i emu I atlon In the makin« of *«wer pipe than brick. This morntng the Al ratraa Asphalt Paving Co. moved It* wo strain rollers to Minor street. t>tit no werk » i.. be done there until SThursday, : Th- brick paving of Madison ave nue haa also been stopped, and the continuation of tb* asphalt or. the »*■ street will b« delayed. Th.-n< ha* teen M troubt* among the nirn employed sine* th* elty re fused to lat Jap*...

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. — 21 August 1901

I'lir Only Paper In Seattle rii.it Dares lo Prim tiu New* : : : \o\ .I. no. i • MAKING READY FOR KING'S FIRST LEGAL EXECUTION NORDSTROM WEEPS FOR THE FIRST TIME IN TEN LONG YEARS OF PRISON LIFE, THE CONVICTED MURDERER BREAKS DOWN For th* first tlrao In all th« ton I iong >«» r•< «•' '••'■* taprlaonraeut. Charles W Nordstroa, who on too Dorctag <"•{ the day after tomor row I* to '■■ h acted tor murder, »r«k« 4e«a asd wept. For tb« "'■•' time In ten l ■:-. r,-ar» of cell !'•'•'. hla appetite haa jsiled. I »*! nlicht ho refused the sapper brought him, and thla morn hut he left almost untouched bis breakfast These are the outward signs of Ik* mental agony that slowly but surely 1* gaining control of the doomed man. keeping par. with t&e f»-i fleeting cf tho hour* that stand between htot and the nound of the tramp of the death proevs tlon entering the rorrtdor to hia What is passing in Nordttrom'a train In these, his tatter moments on earth, may be partly guessed 1;- the hag...

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. — 21 August 1901

r THE SEATTLE STAR. if Nl AM f E\"ery afternoon except Sunday, ■ TU.I.nu'NU: ggVtftneritV.pt., Main IMS. J^lttorlal Pept . Itahl UM. VrKtXjC E4»«<r . T~I 7" bTV. C« *">B.~|lu.l«-«^lUaaff | Romc£S: * *'rir^" * S'Pitv in»: Third avanu*, . v v:«.>. ,N>w York-»J*l Tempi* i\>urt llulldln«. <{_**> •>*> Chlca|p»—MT-UI U. H, Uiprvai Iluliaip»-. Bitf-I**^ On* nnt p*r et#jr; ■!« *«■!■ fmr w«*k Mr •••ai» >■< • "<• r" i.i.-«ih. ««ll»r»t tr >: «ii »r <■« rl»-« N.. („. HftH, ' )> i»r» 1 si ih* a*Mnf!!<r* >l ««•••■• '' «.f • • «>■ ■■ •• ■•• "I.i.h m*!t«r legalXction will be taken Majority of Survivors of 111-Fated Islander Charge Captain and Pilot With Intoxication Th«-r» h*T*),bo«n few new farta Iroucht forward as i < th* !<■ >:; ' : c*:.«.i»t.-r. Th* paa*#ngrr». with f--> rvi'ii*', claim that Pilot I<r Ulan: ■Ml i',ir' f>x>t« w*r« latoxbratrtt. i Ivrgal a.!'..i will »— conmrnctd !>>• j •ante of'th«» aurvlvora to rte...

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. — 21 August 1901

< /sp*K*r>*T avoust ft, .mi.' LAST EDITION A O'Clock NOTABLE ARRESTS Chief Sullivan Captures Hazel Beaumont and Billy Rhodes. H.tiel n<?aumont. all«» May, Sloan, and «e\cral other al!»».-». ««» arrr*t ,l 1- "Tai>>ma today *'>* Chief of l*o- Twd of Tartint*. Ila»»'l lUaumont I* a notorloui f«m.»le i>U-k|>ocket and t* wanted for nibhlßK tt nian mi-.i.-.l 'it. IHirUih ot ROO awvcral »«-fW» mko m thU city. Since that time the Ba» Utle r«»H>* have «« int rlrvutar* all a\rr the country trt find her, but thn woman ha* »Tt •'» bUHie;. <s u ;n,»n haa f»r aome time 1 • n convinced that ahe was In TafHira*. Thi» morning he artwKrcd »t heail oa*rter» bright and enrly and alone art out to fin^ the culprit. U* ar rfveil in Tacoma ahortty after nine o'cl<vk t!»l* mnrtilnn andlnitnetHatrly br«»n looking for the fugitive. Shortly after I o'clock he located %tr and will brlnir h«r to >.'.:'..- ihla afternoon. Whil* In Tae«tna <"hl*f (tulltvan a! »rt caught lUlly...

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. — 21 August 1901

4 KLONDIKE CONDITIONS Mining Practically at a Standstill for Lack of Water—| Money Scarce and Business Very Dull , 1 1 i_ PAWSON, A«». 12.-Th« mining cp«r*tUiiUi thia autnt«»r In th* whol* «l lh» KtonUlk* country have Wen «r#»Uy Interfered with fey th* lack cf wattr for tjutclng: purpo««a, Thp j famine la a» great th»t by far th*! t\r*«te«t mirul.r of poking riainia* ha-• l»rn «hut down entlr*!*. The owner* of hill el<Ji<» and benches, w ho hay* cspiKCed th*ir clalmn to yield; rlehly . v autnmer work, ar*j the greatest nu!t«-i«-r». Aerordtag to the t'jna.tlati mining lawa th«lr| water rlshl* ar« #*cnndary 10 that* ot th» cre«k clalaift. In other words ,th» creek men h-iv« th« firtt «»« »f j tt« ««lrr In th« cre«ka passtns' through their cialma, and when they . are ready to urn H. tha hillsiJ* andj bench itu-n must atand by and wait, i If th*r# dots not happen to b« enough wat«r for both. Kir at th». rr***nt .:n». and tor th* whole nt th* cumster teaaan. the water ha* been so a...

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. — 22 August 1901

qril! 1; Only Paper In 1 Seattle That Dares to Print the News : : i VOL. 3, no. im. J, PIERPONT MORGAN NOW REACHES OUT TO GRASP; SEATTLE? i MORAN BROS. COMPANY IN THE TOILS? i ' CXE\"EtAND, O^ Aug. M.—rSuni ar« now b*ln« workfti out »hrr,(.y n4-rc «'■■>"' c«rt>ormtton shall control all th« •blpbulldlnf plant* In Ui« cmW The backer* at the ent#rt>rt»« are th« lnt*r**ta b«hlna th* l'nlt«4 Staff* Steal corporation, an ! th ■ I>r.n»> S\ »nl* Railroad Co. Atioonaa th* orcanliatlon has b»«-ii completed—wl*.kh will be by tht tad of th* )r»r-« commercial bat!l» (or th* conquest of th* world «U1 fetcta which «■ hay» no *«iua« In M»•..•; y. Th« first »nttir.a!l--n ■' the r; ■ .•! trust* lnt*tillniM cornea through the recer.t purchaa* Of th« B«thlchtm Bt«el Co. an.i th« eiftualon f'•■»»» th* «rmoril»tf MMM cf th* Maxim Qua Co. The licit •'• Wll th* CLASH? important Announce ment From France PARIS. Aug. 83.-JTn«r* ar» no •arty d*v*lopincnt« la the T\irklah> France dl*put« othe...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 22 August 1901

a "THE SEATTLE STAR. i IW STAR r\Bl !«'t!Vl OV '. 1 1.. 1, „.-—., „_ J ,,,.,._- m^_-...-,,...-^ —„.„.,._..— —-_---■■issisßrr—"*"rm" Every afternoon except Sunday. TEI.IUMIONnS: ''"I nuMneas tVp«., Matn IMO. KdltorlaJ D»pl Main 11W. U. IIARATID «CUA Kdltar • ,*• « . K. T. CWA«C. ■win*** M»w««» OFFICES! _ ' Feattle—HOT Third avenue. IJH--' New York- 130 Temple «*ourt nulMln*. «'Virfc^| Chlc«iro-SIT-SIS IT. », Ksprraa Itulldtnv. **nrw On* c«il |wr n>rr! «li »»nt» i-«r w«k .1 ta.ai .-.•!>•» month. ,uii«n4 »T »«ll cc t.rt •!• N» ft»« «cri»». I Fnt«r» i at th* |xutt(>(Sr« at SMttt*. w«••■.'•>««.••<•• ••.-.■" • ,■!••• tnal<«r DEATH, It NERO'S CROWN "For rre«ter love hath no man than this, that he. lay down hi* Ufa ror hla frltml," ' • Kverjr city has It* hero**. It matters not, when tho test rrmea, whether th* hero Mil ■■'.!• In Ilia i-ff-ii. or fails. It Is not the result, but the attempt, tint stamps the act divine. •Vpattlc* ha* her h<r<>ej«, the proven anil t...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 22 August 1901

flivniTtAT. AfOCST li. \H\. LAST edition j A O'Clock TOTALK FRflM^ N. Y. TO 'FRISCO HELENA. Mont.. Aur. :S.~Thn K.v-Ky Mountain and the North w«atern Telephone corap.'*"l*'* bay* ilfoiiled to bwlld n line from th<» >t ' Jer'a western terminal tn . -in Dakota to Mllrs I'lty, Mont., thut com 'tun th« tranaconttacntal tplrphone ltn« and gUlng itlrett t-onnectlun tetween Ntw Yo«* and Pan rran-rltco and l.o* Amrelea. ~TO ADJUST LABOR TROUBLES The Scheme for Inaugurating a Municipal Congress Thought to Be a Good One by a Prominent Labor Leader .' * \nutaa 1L Mlddtelon. aerrttary of ta* Weatrrn Central I^ibor uni.-n. when »*«•■■! hla optnlon In regard to U>e acheme for the, eatabllshment of a munlrlpal c«n«ie»» on th* lineal proposed by th* chamber of com merce, replied: "The matter h*» never com* be-J for* ua. I think taembera wou!l hr la favor of one. I have h*ard of thla pUn before. I belie* • that much good can b* accomptUbcd through *ach • body, but aa to th* proportion of th...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 22 August 1901

■HHSMfcHMPHS SERIOUS QUESTION Restaurant Keepers Selling Liquor Without License. U. Amoa, J, F. Wheeler. Paul l>ra». <"» aivt \- Oanette, local restaurant proprletora, wem »ri*»tcd by l*?tcv tlvra PhltUpa laat evening for »• '.'.!.•.„ --liquor »• :'.!■..•..t a llcenrr. The city ■^c«unHl r<«.-entty ruled that liquor «>m;l.i not be - \l at the public parks ct Si^ittlev nor any plar* el«* In thR .city u--.1*..- without a IK-rnse. Thovo Itataurant proprietors fell liquor ant ' 1 a\ i no license, but only pay a tmaU monthly fln«. Now the pcllc* Inten 1 tc »r« whether the rule* relating to liquor aelUns at the parka shall up* crate In restaurants. FEDERAL COURT. A stipulation was filed In th* Ml* eral court >■--.-■ i ■'. v % by the attorney* • greying that the case of W« F. Hay* against M, N. Kichardson and the llichanlKAn Land A Timber Co., thall t« submitted for trial without a Jury. Hays !•> ruins '■■<" »!•.''•'■'. which b» I alegea i* tiu«- blut tor eervlce* aa a ...

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. — 23 August 1901

I*ll n Only Paper in Seattle Thai Dares to Print the News : : : VOL. 3. NO. 133. STRAPPED FAST TO A BOARD. CHAS. NORDSTROM IS HANGED HAD TO BE CARRIED, STRUGGLING, ONTO THE GALLOWS After Two Hours of Alternate Sobbing and Quiet, the Murderer Threw Himself to the Floor, in a Futile Effort to Baulk the Stern Purpose of the Officers Laid Upon a Board on the Scaffold Floor, He Called on Christ to Rescue Him From Doath. While Strong Men Held and Strapped Him to tho Plank—Quickly the Nouse Was Adjusted and Trap Sprung—Ten Minutes Between Earth and Eternity ' At Is* 3 clock this moraine Ch&itea W. NwiUtroin was hanfrd. <■ th • garret ■■>' th* Kle< county courthouse, for th» murder of Wtllt* Manor, I conutUUcd id year» ■ jo. Th!», the drat l*c«l hanging; In Kins countjr Mar* terrUoriaJ Ja>». was km oi th* moat •itataaMlAa' executions that has ever o««arr*d, When th« deputy »h«nfr» entervd th« brtck atcor* »h .-<• Nord*troio I was bclac prayed with, and bad* bi::i rise 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. — 23 August 1901

2 THE SEATTLE STAR. lij- itrAll h'M HUlNtl CO, Every altcrnoon except Sunday. TELKPIIONnS: nualnens Dept., Main 1660. lMitortai Dept., Mnln 11S1 • M. UAKAIXD WtXIXa, Callar • • . K. r. OItAHB. Uuilnu* M»B««»r I 8»attl»~ltOT ThlM avenue, -^smrny,^ New York—s3o Tempi* Court rtiill.llnc <f*tX,U^\> «'h!fAr» -«:-Sl» U. «. Kspreaa UulUltng. ' I ■*" On* r*M p»r enrr: *t* r««u r*e iMk or Utiutn «bi« t»r mentk. d«nr*r*4 (> m«ll or r«ni*r«. No tn* n>*4M. ; r«i.r. I•< th* (■ •t.T..- ml ***'< V ..■ «lnn. v ixiuijtlim mait<r MAY END BOER WAR Czar Said to Be Push ing a Settlement IWUIS. Aujt. S«.—A BL lvt,-r»»-iirii «'.> i it. h asacru thai tit- caar'a vlatt to Frv-sldrnt L«>ub<t will mult In the opening of n^KKtlationn tor th# »>l t!«m*nt of th<» B*»uth African war.' The i>.:t;. m;. :•.:. It IP s«ld, will !•■• «"<»ncluiS«*il by an Interview with Kir.jj KJ*an>. Accordtra 1 ti> the cxar"» ->Un c! ret- , . tUmcnt. ■ !■■ dUpatch v ! N. I:n«:.»• I .w...

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. — 23 August 1901

rnn I am. GRAVE ACCUSATION AGAINST STEEL TRUST Said to Be Holding Unwilling Employees at Work Under Guards--Pennsylvania Tube Works Tied Up--Strike Pointers _ MoKErsrortT. v*.. auc. :s.-n« attempt be nia.irt thla week to atari th* ttnplate wtvke at IVjnmler. It I* thought, however, that •i>in« n>ov* of thla kind >\i!l be niKde next w*ek. PITTSIiruOH. !*••. Aug, Sl—lt waa reported thia rnornln* that a conference would bo held this after noon between Shaft :r and I*reatdcnt John Mltcheil, of th* Vnlt«<l Mine trorkera: Orand V.mtrr Harr;*nt, of th« L<ocomottv* Firemen; llrnry Wt>lt*. prealdent of th* ftarment AVorkers. and Italph i:.i»>>. aeore* tary »C th.- National Clvlo F»<ii*r» tlon. Th* object of the i-onferem* !« unknown. It la bcll*v*<l that th« me>etlna: haa be*n »rranit*<l »>< th.tt th* unlona mlxht know how much 1 help la nec*aaory and to what *xtent j they can b* useful to th* atrtkitm ; •tee) workers. lU*!ey haa teen a pe«c* promote...

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. — 23 August 1901

€ LAST EDITION. 4 O'clock. TROUBLE ■ AT dunlap Humane Officer Ridgoway In vestigates Suburban Difficulty > *-"■* For som* ttm* complaints hw« N*en coming in t» p«;K'* hradnuar t tf r» anil U> Human* omcer ntdgway ; * ttmerrnlng malielous acu couutUttel I urar Dvnlap. a saburb several irvi!»« south of this city. V. •"Vo.i '«> Mr. HlJgway siaru4 out t* Investigate th* mattt'r, anvl ht» rwport was con« {•leteit this morning. In regard :o th* matter, tb* oxnc«r nil "I »U!t. cd. tb* llttl* t u;i of PunUp yrster «'-■*>" Mid found that a sort of rac« war vu going on ther*. r»>t '.t* living near th* ttttl* station l»k»tx.-.fi!.''i toa German fkmlly, >f ■which t'ted Heerrt, a man «mj»loy- I e4 tn this city, la th* head. Krnm tny pensonal lnvr«i« ■ I found that th* member* of the B««»rt j Jiousi'hdia haJ b*cn actually pers«- , • uu'.l. the ether ;• -; it- of th* place j r.Mng •worthing In their power to 4triv» th*ai out. - Some tlma it(« a row la the nrlchbwhnotl was -h ■ t ...

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. — 23 August 1901

• M Only Paper In Seattle That Dares to Print the News : : : VOL. a. NO. 155. .EXTRA EDITION CHARLES NORDSTROM MEETS HIS DEATH ON THE SALLOWS BREAKS DOWN WHEN THE HANGMAN'S FATAL HOUR ARRIVES After Ten Long Years of Waiting, the Murderer's Nerve Gives Way, and He Pleads to Be Saved From the Gallows-Details of the Execution. At 9:35 o'clock this aorning Charles W. NorJ- Atom was hanged, in the garret of the King county coorthouse, for the morder of Willie Mason, commit ted ten years ago. '« As many had expected, Nordstrom's nerve gave way m the face of death. He was at the point of collapse, and the strong bands of the deputy sher iffs were required to bear him up on the scaffold. :: .]„ — ■ .-, „ . '■■•■:.: »■■■■. ... A RESTLESS RIGHT When a *tar man eatarwd th<« J.vl •I « are-kx-k tola rrx.rolni-. ,\or<l»tro-n had }u#t risen from bin «M. wh«r4 *c had be«a firing for two hour*. tonlD* rrai!<wlr. Might r>»atn Watch Muli*n Mtt] Sm-Uwm had shown am of much agitation all thr...

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. — 23 August 1901

S3 THE SEATTLE STAR. ' „ ' »r HI AR Ft I" ISII IM ca -.- I very afternoon except Sunday. TELKPIIONKS: 'Oil I Duatnen V*pU Main 1050. Editorial D«pt.. Main tttt. X MASA': - ■ X r i •• M«..«««r "offices: Peattl«»—110? Third «r*nue, New York—S3O Tempi* i*ourt nulKilng. '^^i'SJ* Chlca«t*-Sl7-Sl» U. K. Ksprvaa nutldlng. On* «*M |wr ropy: *ti e«ntt r*r WHk «t (».m. «'• <-»nn i-»r month. J«u..i»l \f IftAll «r \ •!! f.r- • S.» fr*« .-oi-l*» Em*r«4 at i'« r* .i.>it>--« at m»«iii... Wtihlmlan.at Hmridw mattvr DEATH, A HERO'S CROWN "For Kr*at<*r lor« hath no man than thin, that h« lay down hla Ufa tar hla friend." 1 Kvcry city hns lt» hrro«>«. It matter* not, «hen the test efmrt, whether th» hit i succeed* In hl» eitort, or fait«. 1! I* not the r. »ult, but Itir attempt, that stamp* the art divine. Seattle has her heroes, th- 1 pri>\ i-n and the untried. One- of them »' 1.--.1 in deltrtum thin morning, at I'ikv I urn hospital, • ftrr hour* of awful agony. John \\ 1 '■■ Camp w...

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. — 23 August 1901

*«u««r»AT. ATJOUST IS, Itsl. LAST EDITION A O'Clock TO TALK FROM N. Y. TO 'FRISCO i hki.kna Mont, Aug. «.—Th« Hooky Mountain and the North- J wp*t<rn Telerhone c<nnrftnlr» have drclilrd to build a line from lh# '•• j, •cr 1* western t»rmlnal In North Dakota to Mll«» «'lty, Mont.. thu» com- I T >tln« Ih* tran»c«wUn*ntsl telrphon* lino »n»l gtTtnl direct connection I trtwern N«w ] t\ ami Kan r*ran-cl»co and ! ••• Ang»!e*. j j ~TO adjust Tabor TROUBLES ! The Scheme for Inaugurating a Municipal Congress Thought \ to Be a Good One by a Prominent Labor Leader ' William H. MWdleton. seorctary of I the Western Central Ijibor union.) when aake<l hl» opinion In regard tOj the scheme for the e»ub!l»hm*nt of, a municipal <-onsre»s on the Hn<e» , propo»ed by the chamber of com- ( mere*, replied: ' Th* matter ha» perer cora* be for* v* I think th* members would be in favor of one. I have heard of th!« plan I .■f-.r<». I twliev© that much. good can be acramplLahed throagh: hi....

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. — 23 August 1901

4 SERIOUS QUESTION Restaurant Keepers Soiling Liquor Without License. U Amo*. J. F. WhM-ler, l*a«l Praa [<« and 11 UanettP, local restaurant prcprletora, w»-r* arrested by D*W*> I tt\i * ThUllpa last evening for a«lUng Isqttw without • 11. *:;»■■. Tb* city ggajn rreenlly ruled that Ikjoo* MM not b* aetd at th- puMta park* if s..ti!V, nor any i>l«. eU* la th* tlty Itmlu without a Hm-.sc i baaa t< »!Aur.iiu proprietor* **ll liquor an I lav no Uernse, but only ray a email tnaath'y fine. Now the pollc* Inteai to *e« whether th« rules* ratal Ing to liquor a»ll ne at th» parka shall *i>. •Tata In mtaurant*. FEDERAL COURT. A »tlpol*H«n waa filed In th* fed a<ral <-■'■■ yn«:vrUay by the- attorney* »gr*>'lng that tn*«aa*of W. T. lU> > agaJnat M. N. KUh.urO».Ti anil th* ItlcharJ»>»n \ju\A. * Ttoib«r *.'«•. shall be •ut>niitt«4 for trial without a Jury. Itaya v «ut- | for tixrc-i. which he a4*«T- * •• due him fur *■ rv !■ *■•* aa a broker In secortng for • M...

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