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

rill Only l'.ipcr In Seattle riiat Dares to Print Uu* News : : : VOL. I. NO. 1411 • SAMPSON DYING? SO REPORTED If Brought to Washington to Testify. He Might Expire in the Courtroom Admiral Howison Offers to Withdraw From the Court if He Is Unsatisfactory I WASinXGTON'. IV C^ Au*. S3 — Th* L-naiitnt—l of Rear Admiral •aMß*M>'• fc«aith occaaiona mv. «pac«laUon a* to th« effin-t It will bar* upon the a*ssion of the Behley court of Inquiry. The reports reaching Waahtncton are that Admiral Sampaoa la In an a!aao«t drtac condition. Bam* f»»r that If ha w»r» brought to Waahlacton and took, the stand. he would collapse, and p«rhap« *« pin- la the court room. Th* court roulJ. If ■•c*asary. so to aM b«d*ld* and take hta tfstl raony, or. he might make affidavit if th* court so required. SAW HIM nmm, Art*, Au»-. »-coii«e tor of Customs Iloey, th* aJleved pdndpaj' la the Xorale* Cbiaes« srauf \tag Kb«ia«, was held (or trial today. One wttnen w.i» examine. I!« testified that he taw I!o*y take ...

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. — 30 August 1901

I THE SEATTLE STAR. pj »yak romioiKQ co. _ m Bvery .ttt- • i > »•, except Sunday. TGL.UPIIONRS: nutlnrw Dept.. Main J<»^_ EtflterUJ ''"'".■■^'^J.l^^ ■ > orricKs: Peattle—llo? Thtnl avenue. SNew York~?X6 Temple Ootirt HulMlng. <siiV.^-ftT** Chlr«K«^SlT-Sl» U. H. Kxprew nulMing. ■ "irvemr . >- 0m naT^r «w*>l> "><• r*» **** w «»*atr-«'»» «">• 9»r nw»i». *.llv»r»1 I tt m*«t at c«rM»«k K» tt** «-«pl»». • i: t.r-.l «( lh« |«<««oni,-» •» »♦«!!!», Wi.MwsO"- »» fvond rt»«« jn«H<> ' ... 1 - ' ' THE NEWSPAPER THAT DOES THINGS This Is an atre of quirk action, an«l the sui-cfusful newspaper or t.i day ta the one that IK>US TIIINOS. Tho time had |>n«ei-.l «h«-n n r.ewnpat'er can get clniie to thi' pettpl* and ho!J thrlr eonS4tBC4 by slmptr covering the events of th« WOTtd. People mi\wiita>.« t.tke ptlili" In thtir new*ps|^«r when it gu<«i«!i« tli«-lr Interests, ofposrs u|>|<rc»lon anj cor luption «hrr^ver found, and exerts all of lt» Inrtuo...

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. — 30 August 1901

U fll'lT t* !•«' LAST EDITION. 4 O'CloeV. $16,100 FOR NAVY YARD Hospital. Quarters and Stables at Bremerton VASIUNIITO.V, P. C^ Au*. »0.- The navy department has dlrt>cted the bulltltn*- of an huapital. fanners 1 quartern and MtMH at the Puuet ttound navy y»rd, and \>U\» for lhl< w«wk wttt be pp«nc-d at NVaahlngtou c»n September K. The hospital Is to ''•• a frame Kru.Hiir, two Bttirlea high, to cunt ' not mm* than M*oo The a-unnera' <iuartvm la to be a ' fram* cottax*. two •inrte*. high, to cost cot tnor*. than 15*00. , TIM »lab!e» ar« to b* In th* form cf a two-story fram* building, to roan not more, than $•> "■•'\ IN WAKE OF THE SHIPS The schooner Martha W. Tufts, "nhlth irntnl in this harbor fro n Aug. SI. will return to that port Monday. Th* arhoooer brouxht <*own a cargo of fish from her *c«ntf >. A. Fredericks CO. On h«r return trip anr will tak* a e«xfc-o of aali. tartwia and supplies for the saltloK riant at Yakutat. • • - •* After laying th* i*kac»a>...

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. — 30 August 1901

1 WOODMEN BEGIN CELEBRATION Thousands Will Parade the Streets Tonight-Initiation Tomorrow at Woodland Park RR*ow-J Wawl -..••» off' 'Attentloa Woodn»#n' Forward, Id* light, march! Th* town is ;. Twnlitht a lorvhlUrht p*rad. of th* '--Woodman *"f the World through th* •trerts of Seattle, will tnauirurat* th' calibration la commtmoration of <he> founding «'f the order in Omaha In nt». The *tr.vt» »ill S> brliUantly ll laminated tonight at. b* #wr*n SCO • aed »H» tneinbrrs of th* t*.d«r v. it! ■b# in line. Br*ld#a nienil of Na. ': O'aad th* horn* ramp», the great % prticww'viH will • filled with many uniformed drgrre tram* from all ewr th* Northw*mt. Our Visitor* The Multn •■'.>.r.\ degree t«am ar .rived thla nfttrn » :i and will remain ' durins th* «!#bration aa sufat* of the local Woodmen. rrof. M. C. How Ity. rr*»ident of „Wtllamett* *ualvcnrlty, and on* of the head managers <*f the order, will '.arrive today. aet*»rr;r»r,led by A. 1. 'man. head manager at Oregon. l •...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 31 August 1901

*T|'lir Only Paper In f Seattle That Pares to Print the News i i i \ OL. 8. "N*>. W • DEATH IN A SHROUD OF FLAMES Runaway Freight Crashes Into a Passenger Train and the Wreck Immediately Takes Fire i Many of the Wretched Victims Are Burned to Death-Supt. Downs and Son Perish in the Former's Private Car . — 'J riroKANK. Au*. Jl.~Twenty.flv* *lld freight car* coins down the taouatUa at llgbtnln* speed crashed into a great Great .Northern passen ger train Ml XraeJc Friday cv*o- Ing. demolishing the private car of AaaUtaat General Superintendent Downs and a day-coach full of la fcurtra. Many p*M">l' 1'» were K'.Uc«. and many other* Injured, Two of the wrecked r*ra canght fire aad were burned uj»» Mr. Downs and bis son were kill ed. with their cook. Many laborers were burned and killed. Th* sleeper caught fire, but It U reported that all of he passensera therein escaped. . Down the Mountain Side ! amlal te ta* tut. I KALISPEL, Ment.. Aug. 21-At IN o'clock U»t •Taalnv a tram of a cs...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 31 August 1901

2 p. ** THE SEATTLE STAR. Every attcrnoon except Sunday. TULKPUONI-.S: nu«tn»iui D#pl.. Main 10M. IMltotlal P»pt.. Mntn IIS*. Ht» IIARAWD WCIXa, B«lUir . • - B. r. CUAIK. tl»iliiiM tl»Mf»^ Seattle—llo7 Tlitrit av*nu*. New Tork-JSO T»mpl» Court lUUMIn*. <^K3E^>l Chlcairo—Ji:-Jil V. c. nspr»M tiuOvllnt. taCM* Cr. cni i»r cut/: »i» rents r»r w.«k vr t».aiifl» •><i» l«r i < <-<X .i. in ti-t ; *T null or r*rrt*nt. No ff»« cw|>lm> ■i>-, - - */ >•< Fni»t».l «i i' • i-.-n.-rt • at >**ttl«, w • ■ > i. ,• « ■ .!.■..«• m>t«r ONLY THE DRONES ARE BARRED .«; On MonJay, Hcptrmb#r !. Labor"* holMay win t>* eftebratrd through- | ■ out the !i,.,ii l"nltc»1 Ktat**. '.It* i!vi-i!ir,iiiiv arprata tv all <-I*a»*». Th? occasion will b» oh*«TV- . Si r^J, to « greater or a lr»s«"r cxtont. In nil walk* of life; for «■ we not all , I* toU«r»—all !.»(>,>:.-!» vuwlnc an4 hurvfatlng 1. aide Vy «i.lo 11l till ttlv.?« ; B*ld of the \»«ria« work* ' •s.Thou nh...

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

tATUHnAT, ACdVWT 11. Mil - * » w^p T> ff I WITH lit PLATERS. Willion't Juvenile Minilrait 1 T*o tHIIo 1id,..-.. KnotM Mtinlji^ ap4 Bl»n»h Emcrsotl will da tl'.t Wuittrsty daj>C« In Trot. .\V«I«"«'» tig juvcnll? minstrel show at th# Crsnd opera houie thr«* nl»hl» BcXt »rik. fanimrnflt'R FtM>J. *. Doth of the*o youns Iftdt.-i ar» very clever, not on'y d^lfltf th | tsace in a thoroughly artislio m.ui »#r, but they have tba «dd!lii>iial Utractlvern-ss c{ youth and n»tU! il •■iMotncneM. Mix MtlatJTW «''«> Mljw BmtTMB *r* but <no "' •"• '>> chlMrvn who irtU «»*• P*'t In ttw «aJn»tr*l ahow at the Or«nJ «iw>i» house; and tht «*• <ll>i'' of th-lr W.J^•T^ T ' 'vi taoat'a JiiT«n:)» Mi m<i Op^r* ftotuw. J performance gora to prove that every | ;« int ft»« been rarefully louiud »f :>- ■to make thu attraction on« <-t i!v ' t«»t in Sr.it::* . durinf ,tb«, winter. „ Art imnriiw amoatii of traiatr.ff anil tß»cbm« baa b»«-n »ir«n<l-i: on t:*-" . tbUdrrn. T...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 31 August 1901

« LAST EDITION A O'ClocU ESTIMATESIIfSHEO FOR THE !^ IMPROVEMENT OF 32 STREETS The Work Will Cost $177,415. of Which the City Will Pay But $7,040. Leaving $170,375 for Property Owners flty Ena-lneer Thomaon today i CvHupletnl the estimates on S3 differ- % •nt Wreet Improvement*, aocordlnj i io rwmrutlons recently Intmduced i Into covnclU Th* eatlmattd roat ot I th«* entire bunch ta the enormous sum i of Sir?.US. It Inclaiir* newer*, »»• 1 Ur iv. inc. cement slJewalks, grad- I ins. parking, planking, wuodon brtck I i.mm. «tr. Of tht* -ntlr* amount i it ta estimated that the ireneral fund t will pay but $:■>«>, leaving a total I co*t tn property ownera of SlTO.tr;-. t f\>llowlng arc th* InipronoMM I'm- li Cosed; ' I Co->»'*t* List l Grading anil surfacing Wari ' ptr««t fr. r-s (Juccn Anne avenu* t"» Fifth avenue north, and Warren avt>- j i.iir from Watt} mifft to Proapect etr— i >'..■'. grading. aMewalklng ( or I parking Third avenu* weit from Thonta* street to Hoy s...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 2 September 1901

ryiUl Only Paper in Seattle That Dares to Print the News ; : : VOL. 3. NO. 100. TEDDY STRIKES AT THE TRUST Vice President Roosevelt Declares, in a Labor Day Speech, That Capitalistic Monopoly Must Be Subjected to Restraint by Legislation »T. FAtTL. Minn., Sept, J.—Vtcc president laasnmraH addressed SO.ttfO people at the State fair grounds at Hamlin* today. Hla epeech »«i based principally on prevailing con ditions ss affecting labor and capi tal. He said: It la not only liable but neces sary that there should be legal legis lation which shsll carefully shield the Interests as wage-workers and which shall discriminate In favor of the humane and bona* employer by removing the disadvantages under which he stands when compared with unscrupulous competitors who have CO conscience and will do right only when In fear of punishment "Mors and more It Is evident that the gtate. and, If necessary tha na tion, has got to possess the right to MYSTERY PARIS, BepL i.—Rappet (newspa per) says It is...

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

0 THE SEATTLE STAR. »y : »lt runtlsltlNO CO, Every afternoon except Sunday. TELEPHONES: Itualness DepL, Main 10;,0. Editorial Rgpl Main tilt, XV lli.'i' WPLL*. XMltoe . . . . «. y. CIIAeS. ganlssss Msaasaf OFFICEH: Beattle—llo? Third avenue .eS=*o**'** New York-830 Temple Court Building. <&&&&£&> Chicago—Jll-SU V. 8. Express llulldlng. ""•krtEw*"'*^ Owe real per espy; six rente per w*sk er m. .t» «>e „n. par Bionia, delivered Be mall er earner*. Na free. ■m i, . » rri'tfi .it- i-. .torn.- at Isattta ««-''■•■•• ■• •> •..••■ t ,i... asaltav CELEBRATION OF LABOR DAY t-al Day. It came with a hurst of sunshine, breaking through the blue halo Pf the Cascades. And with the early 'HI '. a cool, delightful September breeie flowed down from Ihe mountains, making i -..lldltlollS Ideal for the ceremonies and festivities of the holiday. The demonstration by ttcuitle's workers wo» In keeping with the dig nity and Importance of the occasion. Along Ihe streets. In se...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 2 September 1901

HONDAT. SKPTPMRER t. 1»M. THIS HOBO REBELLED M iir . _ Riding Atop of a Passenger Coach, He Was Shot ' Frank Wilson, a tramp discharged ' front the chain gang last Priday alt er serving a SO-day sentence, w»« shot In the right side of the face by a Northern Pacific brakeman shortly „fter t o'clock lust evening. The wound Is not asngrreu* and rrr. Carroll says the man will recov- Wllson. with two other tramp.t, was trying to be*« hl' *•"' tnU of Seattle by the Nor..Vrn Ptvatt* passenger train that leaves f„r Tn coma at » o'clock. The men wer« dWH-overeel. en top of a coach, and s ferakeman started to put them oIT. Two compiled with his order to Jump but Wilson resisted and hurled i reek at the brakeman. The train man drew a revolver and flr».d twice at the hobo, erne shot look effect la Wilson's face. He fell, and th« train was *tii|>p«Hl. The patrol wag on was called and the Injured man removed to the city Jail. He was later sent to Providence hospital. The name of the brakeman w...

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. — 2 September 1901

4 SEATTLE A WINNER Yesterday's Bail Game Re sulted in Fourth Victory Seattle now atanda In a fair way to win five straight games from Bpo katir In taking the game yesterday by a score of 9 to J, the local boys scored a fourth victory over thrtr op. ponrnta from east of the mountains ; Mickey, who did the boa wora tor th* Seattle team, was In excellent form. 11. 1. nowvntlrrly In contnt of his arm, and played havoc with th* batters of the Spokane team. Illckey la also ricking up In hit work al the bat. Yesterday he man aired to find two pretty singles I critical points of the gait.* and did excellent field work. Hurley is still out of the game, th* result of his sudden Illness, but "Vary was behind the hat and was like a stone wall as far aa sea* bat's were concerned. Ills throwing to second waa ala«> first Wat*. it her team scored during th* first or second Innings In the third Spokane circled the bag* three time* and Seattle once. Bpokane didn't ■core again, and Seattle managed ...

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. — 3 September 1901

!'j*iii Only Paper in j Seattle That Dares Ito Print the News i : - : VOL. 3. >0. l«4. TEDDY, AN IDOL! x\ : ' —— .SHNNEArOUa. Minn., Kept. *-Vlce Fresldent Roosevelt was giv es a reception this mivnlng by the membera of the (.rand Army of IkS j Republic and the Pons of Vrtcrane. Civilians were barred f»«'*n the building, but the great crowd waited cutsld* to gre*t th* vice president. When he entered the hall those 11, present arose and shook th* building with erica of "Teddy!" "Teddy!" „ The enthusiasm with »hl<h lie was greeted wsa as full aa and warm „ a* that which marked jesicrxiay'a denionatration. „ - _ i PEACE? Is Columbia-Venezuela War All Over? WASHINGTON. IX C. Sep*. 1— Telegraph advices were received at the stat* department today atattng that step* had been taken to ad t 'just the differences between Colon)- I ta and Veneau Is In peaceful fash- CommutUcattona of aa explanatory raiur* are passing between the two governments. The danger fat war, it ts stated, has raas...

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. — 3 September 1901

"2 THE SEATTLE STAR. rr srxn i-nn mil Nil CO, livery afternoon except Sunday*. TELETHONESt TTuatnesa Dept., Main 10SO. Editorial T>ept,. Main usa. y g lUaAJta W-ULa. Belter ■ . . P. r, CHASS*. Buttasaa Msßaaet orricssi K,Mitio iiiv Third avenue. sr*VV_. New York—B3o Tempi* Courl Dulldlng. » <£_«' Bw »•_*s> Chicago—SiT-SIS U. f*. Express Hulidlng. **"T*jnsß> On* test pee » -I* sis r*nt* per Weak . f ta»atr-a<f* ,•< i. y.r .n nit,, sallrarel li malt *c earner*. Ns r-»« ■ -plea. \ Enter. I at th* i-. •:• *'.-• .1 Sealtt*, M .-• •■ «i •• •• aeeanft-elas* evatt*r THE MAN WHO CARRIES A CUN ■ At Taconm on Sunday afternoon a lad of nineteen drew a knlf* and -,ttabbed a man to death, on the streets, a raw angry words bay lug .; passed between them. At Ratonvill* tnear Tacoma) on Monday afternoon a blacksmith sax. • agely murdered an Inoffensive cltlien, ahoottng* him to death without the altghteat ahred of provocation other than hla own hellish Impulse. Week In and week out...

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. — 3 September 1901

TPIWDAT. BTfa*TnWTt«n V ir*sa. BALL AT ARMORY ENDS LABOR DAY ■— - Features of the Day Enjoyed by Thosands—When Business Houses Closed at Noon Everybody Turned Out in Holiday Attire — The celebration of I-abor Hay cam* to an end last night in a *.* liable blase of glory. After th* parade and the servlcrs at the new l.abor Tem ple the people betook themselves to the baseball game or to on* ef tint various parks of the city. The cms were crowded for hour* with the merry throngs Of pleasure seekers. Many sought the waterfront and from there witnessed th* yacht races oa the hay. At one or two of the park* program, of athletic sports were carried MS, in the .-i mug th* Labor Hay ball ■it th, Armory took place. There was gathered a l*rg»r crowd than had ever appeared at a Labor pay W. C. T. U. IN TACOMA lf*l*XoiiMA. B«Pt. S.—TH* ISth an nual convention of the Western Washington Women* Chrlstis**. Temperance union opened at the First Baptist church this morning and **.11l remain In session ...

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. — 3 September 1901

*_•; WHY NOT GRADE SECOND AVENUE UEVCU WITH FIRST FROM PIKE ST. TO DENNY WAY? Councilman Muldoon Presents Estimates in Support of His Scheme- Says the Value of the Improvement to Seattle Will Be Incalculable Chairman F. M. Muldoon of the' counrll strej-et committee. Is father ing s gigantic scheme to level Pec tcOd svrnue from like to Bsttcry t,trvet, cutting down the hill that Ilea between those atreeta and First * -vi Sr, .-n,i avenue. Mr. Muldoon has be-cn working on this schome for many months and ho has now «r --rtved at the time when he betlevat U advisable to t«t on foot tha great j undertaking. Mr. Mutdoon's plan ts to rcmovo the bill, to Second avenue can be opened to North Seattle, making that a thoroughfare So aa to connect the business district cf Seattle wttfc the north part of the city. It ts pro. ix*. d to remove the hill by slulcln** It to the bay undtrncath the rall toad tracks, which now are laid on piling. ; "I reaJUe that the scheme ta an e-normoits undertaking,"...

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. — 4 September 1901

I'm Only Paper in Seattle That Dates to Print the News : : : VOL. 3. NO. 103. IS THE GREAT STEEL STRIKE ABOUT TO FALL TO PIECES? —* _——I ™oe* a——l ise —i There Are Indications Today Pointing to Such a Termination, but Amalgamated Officials Claim \ There Are No Breaks in the Ranks of the Strikers-Many Men Returned to Work This . Morning-More Than One-Half the Pittsburg Mills Are Now in Operation j •rTTTSI.t RUH. Pa- Sept. «.-The real test of the steel atrikers' strength is now being gut by the trust With more than half the 10-j eel mills in operation and with the , prospect of more resuming shortly, the unity of the striken, alone ran save the strike front a flat failure. The Amalgamated officials say there la rest the slightest break In the ranks of the strikers. * >iEW TORK. ■aaa. «. -Samuel Gompers. president of the American rede-ration of l_bor. John Mitchell, president of the Mine Workers: Barry White, president of the Oar ment Workers' union, and Helps a—wiev sec-re of th* N...

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. — 4 September 1901

I THE SEATTLE STAR. »r aran Prai isitisa rati Every afternoon except Sunday. TEt-EPIIONFS! Puainees Pept., Main 11160. K.lltorlal Kept . Main IIM «. HA-AltD WELLS, Ratter • • ■ . _, fr. CIIASS, ntiilMM *Un»r*r ¥, -'1 ■_"•_, ■_■ * OFFICES: Seattle—llo7 Third avenue. g_| •,'»•. New York-»i» Temple Pwurt Ilulldlng. Q_J___*S_Di Chicago—SlT-SU V. It. Kxprcaa,llulldlng. "*™»**" )One test per > i • sit cent* pat week i>r i»- ir a>* esnts car moath, *>|i**r»4 ly ta 11 er eam*e_ No free copti » gate at the pat torn.* at 5»«t11... \V«,hln«tnn. »• s*rea4-el*n mstt*r ■■'"■- • ' ——, SSSS ■ , _ ... .. ' THE SUCCESS OF A "NEWS BUTCHER" Thomas A. Fdlson Was on a vncatlon trip Hi- olher day, and aa li I was passing down the Ivtroit river un a steamer he saw a train on the railroad that skin* the river, 'Thirty years ago I was peddling I mints and newspapers SB that load," he said aa he point .1 to the train, and his mind was quietly running back over those days. It Isn't such a lons stre...

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. — 4 September 1901

•tfr.PNnsr.AT, fKPTtsMnr.n ♦. inn LAST EDITION *% O'Clock " ASSISTANT HEALTH OFFICER By Its Action list Night City Council Evidently Intends to Abolish the Office Reason Not Explained Th* city council propose* to abolish th* offlca of aaslMant hcsllh officer ,r,d to that *nd reMscd to make nn appropriation fnr the salary ror thnt .fficvr for t*»Ptember. The finance committee <*( reported the Wll. ,tstea that the office »s» created two years ago, but that the commit tee believes there Is no neei for «n 17,-Msnt "w. 1* Wll!l«m Ludlow f, the present assists ' to 11-lth Officer Carroll, "l doubt the legality cf that ac ECUMENICAL CONFERENCE LONDON, Sept. 1.-Th* Ecutnen leal Methodist raslaasa-1 conference epeoed this morning In Wrslcy'l chapel. City road. _-** • ItarUel!. •s's-lensry bishop of Africa, makirg the opening prayer. Th. attendance m large. King l-l«»"'*» •*■*■ Frest- TWO ALASKA [ STEAMSHIPS Dolphin and Farallon Arrive This Marrtin4j Rate War Reported. — - *, TV.'J.'Btk* S...

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

*- THE W. C. T. U. CONVENTION | Reports From County Presidents Aro Being Road In Tacoma This Aftnrnoon TACOMA, ;'i Mrs, Margaret C. Muiin's report as corresponding secretary nt tha •■»'• •11 Washing ton Woman's Christian Temperance union. In lSth annual convention here, show* that the Increase tn membership duilllftj the past yeiir was BT9. The report of the treasur er. Mrs. Mary M. Wade, ebons that the receipt* tor >,». year were tl,- MM . and th* expense* 11,4*4.70, l*av. ma a balance en band of 1171.41. Thl* afternoon reporta of county presidents sr* being read, aa fol lon*. -halls. Mr*. p. M Ooas; Clarke, rh". N. J. A. Simons, .'.-wilts. Mrs. ' ALASKAN SUICIDES _ _ — Peter Wiborg and D.H.Wright End Life's Struggle News of th* suicide of Peter Wig borg, a prominent l*awson pioneer, has come out by Bay of the Juneau- I Skagnai cable. r*tcr Wlgbetrg, «h . w*nt to Juneau and worked on tha Stiver Bow !U*tn. waa one of the rtrst to dtscover gold on Btswart riv er, Mta claims there ...

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