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

•rill. Only Paper In Seattle That Dares to Print the News : : : vol. a. no. 100. YACHT COLUMBIA SELECTED! NEWPORT, R. L, Sept. 5-The yacht Columbia, which successfully defended the America's cap against Shamrock I. two years ago, was today selected, instead of the Constitution, to again defend the cap, against Shamrock 11. j —_—__.ax iqic.-.i'ia. iT.i-ai~ ~**- ""' ■■ ■—■_—_ — a —■ „. ——t—i_~iii, r .—■■■._.. TURNED IT DOWN AMALGAMATED REJECTS TRUSTS PEACE-PROPOSAL NEW TOV.K. Sept, *.—The Amal gamated peopl* were given J4 hours from ywterday In which to accept or reject in* Broffaoeed settlement. PITTSRIK Ps., Sept. Th ex ecu tire board at the Amalgamated ! aasociatloa is la aes-Hn hers today for the p_-pe*-e of considering th* pes** prop-sea! the sins* as coast I •rett y*st«rday si New York, Offer Is Rejected firiSH"H'lH. Pa, Sept. ft.-ft la I4gtiite.l that th* advisory commit - ! tte has made * rctttnter propo* la the ultimatum formulated by j FI widen 1 Schwab. It is usidersr IB be...

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. — 5 September 1901

1 THE! SEATTLE STAR, by si'ah rirai.HMiNii ro. j livery afternoon except Sund.iy. TELEPHONES: nuslneaa Pept.. Main le&O. iiit-.t in I i.r|.t Main HM. -——_____ fa. HAs-RIT tVKU-ft, -tiller . . a . •_, r. CTIAB-, -*»!*«•» Manaa** OFFICES; Prattle—HOT Third avenue. ___P*_t*_t_ New York -210 Temple Court Hull,ling <<m*.r£^i> Chlcago-SH-llt V. H, Express Building _______ On* esnt rar eefiyj sis cants -„.r resets st Ifttaaiy-fli* csats esr nteslH, Ssllaerad fay mall *c e*msra, V. free rerls*. Bnlersct at III* i- slot*.. - si Ssallla. \Vsahlnsten,*s SsesM rlsaa nislt-r ■ WHEN LOVE IS DEAD There I* a woman In Kansas. Mis, August Slum who is suing her husband for divorce. Hhe doesn't chsrge failure la provide, or any Of the usual things that prove snius to wreck the barque H.t|i It.'*•* ' , on the iii.itrimoin.il srn. She charge* that he never klt»».*d her. and once when she stole a k|s» from him, he slapped her face. ii.- Is evidently one of that sort of men. of whom there are ...

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. — 5 September 1901

Tm*r..»OAT.'Bi:rTnMßnn s. int. LAST EDITION. 4 o'Cloch. ADDRESS ON CEDAR RIVER " • City Engineer Thomson Speaks Be fore Broadway Club City Engineer R. It Thomson de livered an address last night at the Pilgrim letngregsthis church be fore the ..road-ay Interment club, his subject being "Th* Cedar niver Water ttyetem." SB __ ,f leasing hi* address on the need of a good water supply "■ ****__* £___** lined the methods by which .low*. Itvsantlum. AleM»<trla and other ancient titles obtslned th.tr era *r supply, end then toe* up th* consid eration of Beanies water problem. lie reviewed the different waler svs terns of the city from pioneer daya. The first source of city weter- was from * spring on James street, be tween ***"« and Firth, where a tank was erected front which wster was carr In hollow a!d*r tree*. As th* to-" *•**"*■ •*"** *h* •v» ,p,y he.ame Insufficient, other eprtngs were uri*"-*- Th.n in 1*» the I^ke Washington rurfip wa* Started which supplied the city until last Ja...

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. — 5 September 1901

4 VERY POOR BASEBALL Seattle Boys Give a Heart* Rending Exhibition— Play Like Chinamen The Portland champions batted 11-uine.il ."111 of the l-.tft 111 five Inn Ins* and In the en.l hit,-nastie 1 Be. attle by a score of ll to 0 st Athletic lark yesterday afternoon. Tin Portland ball playrra proved lo l.< entirely too much for Dugdale'a ag sr»(»i,iii l.lltle Ira ll.tiiiimi gol angry when h* aaw the game it ii lost ami aa a result had to be i. moved from, th* Imi«. Teddy t'orbeli was then pul In and by throning « etralght ball over the plat* did more effective pitching than Harmon. The ith,lie matter was that Heattl* die not play ball. Kit,us followed earl ntliar II Illicit eucceaaton. Erery who played center field, might ac well have 1..-, her,' cows. Five runs were mad* at th* expense of hit poor work In Judging high balls. It*, bind the bat lUlph Krsry la at home but as for plucking fll*e nut ml NEWS FROM ALASKA DAWSON. Aug. M.-The toe as of White t_—BBS mid tSi and Kerks are co...

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. — 6 September 1901

i 1 fir Only Vapor In Seattle That Dares to Print the News i : t vol. I. NO, hit. 4TH EXTRA! PRESIDENT M'KINLEY SHOT - I —, *__■ f .-—-j*t -«****- ~*^ w^r* ■ m BY POLISH ANARCHIST IN CITY OF BUFFALO —•—■*>—-——-—.--—--—___-_. • IWFrALO, N. T,. »s*»t k~9t: -IrKlaley, presl-erat of 1* l*_lt*4 I .-:..!,.. was shut twlifs hy M Intatio man In ths Temple of XtvMe, la tht Pan-American ejpesliloa .rounds ' thin aft.--: ' Two bullets **ere fir*- si th* preat dent. On* entered Ik* hr.*.*. an 1 th > other took effr-ft-t tn the shoul ' -r. Th* president was removed t. ths -- T FREE RURAL DELIVERY Great Activity in the State for Such Service » —»___—_—___. 1 X*._* tit rural free delivery rout*- ; tar* been e*tab_a_*d In th* coun try mcUocs la Eastern W__hln«* i. { racsoUy. as th* resu of the laves- j t!_at_*_s of it. Da La Moa-utya, Jr.. —acta! agent at lha postoSce depart- I ■Mat. who has spent th* .eta-. tow ■Maths In that part ef the stat*. The routes establish are as fol- j l~»-»; Three...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 6 September 1901

i THE! SEATTLE STAR. ity srAfi rtrai.ititiNii 99, __________ Every altrrnoon except Sun-Ay. T*S_-_PUON*__l nutlness Dept,. Main UttO. Kdltortal \^nb,^^X\». ■"lyruAtu ~ """r~7 *& vciiAug, ___;____„ Seattle—no? Third avenue. ,• la- l*i* >**r*«. New York— DO Temple I'uurt PulMlng. "^VTiV. C_lca_-~.tt7.tlS tr. s. Ttpress Ilulldlng, ~Ch»* Mariwe>|7!^^>'l-*r''*rtl c* mauli-liie rent, par t-onih, 4.11.5rvl tr mall se carrie,. Ha fr*« „-.,. n-lt.rM at th* p.>aliU**lf* al Saalll.. Wa»h!ii«tun,a. siwiei.l ct.ftft mait-r ' ■ WHICH WINS? -DO YOU GUESS? The million-de'lUred member* of the excruciatingly exclusive New .York Yacht club are nut th* oat? rrvah-ftintrr sallormcn «ha sre puf fing a pusaled pip* en shore just nija—trylng to figure out whether It's "Hall. Columbia!" Ihey ought to F.-actle* up on. or whether "Thri-rt Leavrs of the r-rhmtirnvk" la t» be the snaggt-r song. Preiiy much every****!*/ who t»S.cs an interest In sailboat* I* wllllnrr. to admit that lt'» ntp-end-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. — 6 September 1901

FRIDAY. BEPTRMtJKn. I. I*ol LAST EDITION A O'Clock — „ WILLIAM Mckinley Twenty-Fifth President of the United States, Who Was Shot at Bufialo Today B.FTALO. N. T.. Kept. «.-At th* recent In a young man -as presalng forward to shake the president s band. Ill* right hsnd waa appar ently done up In a handkerchief, but anderaeath th.' handkerchief a in . talver was hidden. * i'l '■■ ' At he apprr>ached he president be rreffered bis left herd, at the sani* time revealing the revolver n bra r«- With a quick move he fired two tbot*. Tbe crowd, gathered around I*l r-aetax hut warn driven back by ex post-OB guards. Secret Bervtce OfSeer Foster cl.»**d Ib on the areaaula and grabbing htm. WHAT -PROMINENT CITIZENS SAY: Fr.ai •• - r CUse of tbe Ctrtamtjcr cf I Commerce: 1 •"Thi* terrible deed *beul4 areiuse < th« i. - -|i'» to a seas* of ne**d for Im- I lai-lafi tegtSlataOn. looking tti».nt the *Umln_ti..:: of 'he objectionable foreign element that ton*** to thla ' country and which m*>...

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. — 6 September 1901

a- I BELIEVES THAT HIS YOUNG WIFE HAS BEEN UNFAITHFUL i ' Sheets Twice at the Man He Thinks to Blame and Then Attempts Suicide I Pectus* he believed hie wife mi ti-vie, I*. N. J-ongenb»ugh allot H. l» Mulr In the *lde and then atabt.ed himself IS time*, a few minute* aft er 7 o'clock last evening. The attempted murder ane* »utc!d« t.ii.k pUi* la Mulr* iiCK-a. on tht thtnl floor nf tho New . ftVfc Mock. Longanbaugh is a contractor an I haa ll\«it for *om* time wl;h John M. r.i--.h at m Nineteenth avenue Jlt p. wife la a fine looking •man, about 30 year* at age. Muir la i ' Stockbroker and ha* desk room In the New Tork block. He boards oo I.U.i 1: avenue. Hotb men wetre ceinfined In the Ml . -Jail last night. L«„g*nb_ugh wae taken there Imrnedlstely after th« rhoottrg. and Detective I'htlbrick, ' ri-.in aflerwan-a, brought MM t.i : headauarttrs, together with two grit* nesacs of tbe affair. Store of the Crime While Mulr was conversing who two youtig men, Henry C. Hamlin and Bertram! I...

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. — 6 September 1901

THt JJdlt Paper-Iti X Seattle That Dares f*» Print the New : : : ! VOL. I. NO. 107. !!_ _IXTRA EDITION PRESIDirraiLEY SHOT! BASTAROL. ATTEMPT to ASSASSINATE CHIEF EXECUTIVE AT BUFFALO THIS P. M,! WASHINGTON. D. C, Sept. «,— Great esrttemest prevails here over a report that Presltlrat McKlnley has Just been shot At the time th'a bulletin I* sent out so details are ob- | tamable. It IS und.-r«t.--.l however, that the east was fired by a sould be assassin. Further particular* FREE RURAL DELIVERY Great Activity in the State for Such Service Nine new rural free delivery rout** ' bar* bees established In the tout,- ' try serttorae in _-stemi Wasbingt-i„ : receaUy, as th* result of th* mvrs •***-Uo_s of M. IV L_ Moatanya Jr.. ' tt* -tal agent at th* posto4__* depart - Beat..who haa spent ths last four BBaaths ta that pan nt the etat-. Th* routes established are a* fol lews Tfcnss at C3olf__ BAd on* each, . at Elleßbftira. P-ltmsn. e^Bke* r. Thornton, Remrdon and Tappenlsli The free deliver...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 6 September 1901

I THE SEATTLE STAR. j By star rirßi.iiitisn iro,j, I >;;;;'„ 'a*— i^a-j*rr-irii-__ -r-*~,t--.a~~«ci a, .I—i.-i. „? j-- —--_—-—..__■ -,-,- r, r„-„-r.-.:---s-.,-** Every afternoon except Sund-y. TKI.KPIIONKSI Hualneaa Drpt. Main 1040. Bdltorlal *f)*pt., Mats III ■" IIABABD .WTHatA aMltef - • • • *. r. CHASB, Wu.tnsM falsest** -—— ■- .-- --—-.'ft.' ■" • .——■-,-■__ j '^-—,!_----— g.—.—i— —-v I OFFICES: Bean 110? Thlrtl avenue. ____■_ . New T»-irk-!J0 Temple iViurt UulMlng. **Q_tf__3_a*> Chlcago-ail-Sl* I. H. Kanrcaa Hull.ling. " '"on* estii per «B*l »«* **tttt r*» »«*k er 4ws*ir-a«* cents a*r etauia. J.u.n. I tr stall «r t-triee-. K« fra* . ,-i i». 1 I- 1.r.1 at lit* C'lS'ortle* al *«al(la, Maat.testi.it. aa a-, mil rlsss i, .'t-r , ■ a WHEN LOVE IS DEAD i Th.-r* I* a woman In Kansas. B» i*. August rUmmons, who Is suing j her husband for divorce, Hhe doesn't charge failure to provide, or ntty j of lh* usual things that prove snajs to vtr.-ok th* barque "Happiness" , en tin* matrim...

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. — 6 September 1901

Vnt-nspAT. ifr_.Ti.iinnt •. tKt. TAKES HIS ' WIFE BACK J. W. Forest Finds His Run away Spouse and Is Satisfied I rrai - *4toker. the man who «!otjH*d -«h the wife at 3. W. Forrest, a £■_£■ Uiand miner. -l» |--b«bW £ rel*?e*_ it N **■»■*•-■ !_** •"__ !^skiil*.d»«hMr*,F«rtv.th* fumed to the l»u**e "4,"_£*£ U» m nioiwy.. On arrtvlnf at *e ■Male they regl,ter»d et th* OeßbahJ bel under * *.. tin-."• "-1"' (__• now regained S^^«*. \,r win probably r» free- Th» ¥***• 'rutin. attormv cannct l*»«e a «a. - : lain for the e_*«d*r. *■■'•_*-• *}^* trtct Attorney t?*v cannot hold the man. Tb* effalr now appear* to b* settled aed th* tnmbl* will not be aired la^ouft. _^ -. TWO ALASKA ;; STEAMSHIPS Oolprunan- Farallon Arrive This Morning-Rate War Reported The Alaska Stear-shlp Co. htl ttrOeLynn -.anal arrivals yesterday. The Dolphin. Capt- Hoberts. msde at o'clock. •*«_ 1» paas'nger ej*v*ole«n were from V*.' * In cluded ib tb* !>*wson eontlnaent wis the Berry party compo**d of Osr i_ce Bciry. h...

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. — 6 September 1901

__* VERY POOR BASEBALL Seattle Boys Give a Heart- Rending Exhibition PLy Like Chinamen j a-—— hi mi m-Mis.sa „:■■ The Fortland chamjilonß batted Harmon out of tha box In five no i • - and tn the end whitewashed fW*- Bttle by a score uf li to 0 at Athletic rark yesterday afternoon. The vu!«ii-l ball p 11 • i■> i ,"..! to he entirely too much for Hugdale a ag gregatlen. Little Irs Harmon gut ■ angry when he saw the game « is lost and aa a result had lo be re- ] moved from the bus. Teddy Corbett i was then i •• In and by throwing a.] straight ball over the relate* did mure] effective pitching thatt Harmon. The 1 whole matter «'aa that *v.ttt> did I iie>4 play ball. Krrors fnllnwrd each ether tn uulck succession. *r*rsry, | who pis yes renter field, might as | *»bll ha is been herding „•-..- tftvs rune trsre made at the expense of his poor work In Judging high Italia. Be hind the bat Ilalph I'ian Is at home but as for plucking fllea out of ■ - NEWS FROM ALASKA _____ DAWSON, Aug...

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. — 6 September 1901

•I*ll ii only Paper lv Seattle That Pares to Print the News .- : : VOL. ". ><■. 1(17. 1& EXTRA EDITION PRESIDENT M'KINLEY DEAD I CHIEF EXECUTIVE IS KILLED AT BUFFALO THIS P. M, 11 BUFFALO, N. T.. Sept. _-William M.-Kinlry. i>ress|tl»Bl at the t'nlte-' -talc-*, was i«j» r.iir I In the- Fan- | American Ex**«-liloa ground* this afternoon by an Insane nan. Two bullets a ere CreJ si the it. .. --| eject. Case catered the breast and the •ther took effect la the stiouMer. [••bar less- effect removed tn tha j Tb* pn-*ifJ'i»« was • Berth' Buil.ling Ho*; u.i la tbe J_t- FREE RURAL DELIVERY Great Activity in the State for Such Service ————————_——. Mac sew rural free delivery rout-* tare" bees established tn th c.-njti- V try section* In Eastern Washing i • -i ?r recsatly, _• th* result of the laves. -gSllBBi of M. D* Las M-niania, jr.. : ' ■ ipecUi agent of the postofScs depart- I', trass lb- B—S spent Ih* last focr „ ■seta* la that part of lbs state. r ' The routs* established ar...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 6 September 1901

0 THE SEATTLE STAR. By srAit ro*si_f_utq ______ livery afternoon except Sunday. Tf-U-PItONKSI Duslnees Dept,. Main 16». fr*-pt.. Maln^UM. - OFFICES: .*•'• mtte uc: Tbtnl sft-enue. "...'•*',-• New York-M. Temple «Murl DullJlnt. <-?, T?__i i ',> Chlcaa-o-317-SIS 11. », Ksprees Uutldw.. ' ---__Z__-__l.. e-t-s seat a_T~exi*r: sn reals i-fßaat ti la.^lyßse esels per mas IS, Sslltsnl | t,-. ear carrier- He .... eorlea. >• '•- ___ Cnlsesa bI tlie r-elaffira Bl Seams. WsftMetslen. sa ssesM flsss ma ■it WHICH WINS? DO YOU GUESS? The mllUon.dtrtlle.retl members of the esmit latlnsly ex,*lusi\e Sett York Yacht club an* not the only fresh»**.ater snlltirinen aim are puf fing a puttied pipe on shore Just ni»—trylnß to Astir,- nut whether It's •'Hall. Columbia!" th-'r ought 10 practice up on, or whether "Tin.-- J..avc« of the Hhamroik" Is to be the snneger song. Pretty much everybody who tskea an Interest In sailboats Is wllltnt to admit that It's nlp-and-luck whether the proud America's...

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. — 6 September 1901

• THE SEATTLE STAR. j ,„___ p* l"**,'rrn'i*",,x,» *""*■ Uvery Bfternoon except Sunday. . r Business Dcpt., Main 10M. IMu.nlal Dapt.. Mnln UM. %:. *_.' MA-AWD W_-_-T*E4n«e «-iie - . E. r, VIIASR, Dualaßsa Mansisr orricESi Pcattle—llP. Third avsnurs, _etS R**»>»i Xc»- York-ISO Temple i\iint Itultdlng. <;_orr---i*a*»> Chicago-JIT-SIS tr, 8, Express Uulldlng. '*I^t*t**rt tlfee ee«t i-, t\\r, all eeets car »r«ali »•» la.-.lr-Bfta rssts per Itiunih, ,|.n,-i. I ' tr i-tsii or ..nifi. Na m. purler r.it.rr tal cc t- .- -.. at Ssaltle, Waeßtasteß, a. .-.-.,1.1,.. ins'i.-r *~"" B I.SSB.H .Hi. IBIISII SI - ■- ■ ■■'■SH S ... -■1.1.— 1,.. i „,|,| „ M,||B-HI 18.- WHICH WINS? -DO YOU CUESS? ■jjf.Th- mlllle 'ii-,!. illi ire I members ol the exmit'lattngh . \.-i-i-u - v. n Y>irk Yacht dub an* not the only freah-walep saltormen'siho are puf* flng a puailcd pl|>e en Bln-re Just itif-trying,tu figure uul «heth*-i' It's - ; *'Hall, t*olumbl»!" th.-ft' ought to practice up on, or *fth.'tli«...

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. — 6 September 1901

.. LAST EDITION. 4 O'Clocb. ADDRESS ON = CEDAR RIVER City Engineer Thomson Speak, Be fore Broadway Club City Engineer R. 11. Thomson de livered an address last night at the Pilgrim CongrefStlonal church tie ,,,_.<. ,he Hroadßay Improvement club, Ills subjett being "The Cedar Hlvrr Water System" Hasina his silJress on the nee»l of B good water supply In cities, he out lined the methods by vchl.h Home. Ilvsantium. Alctandrla and olhcr ancient dues obtained their water supply. »ml th*n ,"**ik up ,h" *"on*u'' aeration of Seattle's w,lr problem. lie revleftftcl the different aster sys tems of the city from pioneer days. The first source of city wstsr -a* from a spring on James street, be tween Fourth and Fifth, where a tank aas erected, from »hick Baler •ass carried In hollow alder trees, t- the town grew and the supply) became Insufficient, other spring* were ta: MAtX Then la UM the Lake Washtngtun pump bss started ahlch supplied the city until last January.; ruhih- opinion from the ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 6 September 1901

Ttivr.BDAr, arrTTTMnur. ». mi. LAST EDITION. it O'Clocb. ADDRESS ON CEDAR RIVER —. City Engineer Thomson Speaks Be lore Broadway Club City faxktix*** R* 1. Thomson de llvered an address la*t night st the tnt-Tlm v\>n«ref»tl«u»l church be fore the Uroait**) Impniftcmetil club, his subject being "The Cedar Htver Water P>stem" Hasina hi* address on Ihe nee.l of « li.ii! water surpiy to «••••«•*• 'V **x' lined the methods by which H"'"-. Hvtantlum. Aletandrt* end other ancient cities obtslned their water surp'r. and thsn took up the consil -erst- of Seattle's eraler problem. He reviewed the different easier e>« terns «>f the city from pioneer days. The tlrst source of city srster b»s from a spring on lines street, be tween Fourth and TrTfth. *h*re b tank *a-aa erectevl. from which aater was carTled In hollow *'"' trees. As the tovTB are* and the supply becsme ItumftVlent. olher springs were isi'i***-! Tbsa In I*** the Lake Washington pump b ss started ** blch supplied the ci...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 6 September 1901

« VERY POOR BASE BALL Seattle Boys Give a (Heart- Rending Exhibition—Play Like Chinamen ___i TTftß Portland champions baited li iiin.'ii out of the boa In file Inn. Inns and In the end whitewashed He. i.tUft' by a score ot IX lo 9 ut Athletic park le.-ti r-t.ift afternoon. ri,. Portland ball players moved lo he entirely too aiueh fur l>ug.!ale'a sa grigßtlon. I,ut'- Ira llatuitin gut i.i-atv when he saw the sun- « i, lost and us a result ba.t to be I*. movtftl from 4h* bos Teddy I'orhrtt ftft.ii then put In ami by throwing a straight l -ii' uvrr th* plate did m .... effective pitching than M-irmon. The whole mailer earns that Heattl* did not play ball. Errors followctl «*. h other* In uulck succession. Krary, wh>> plays- «-*nt*r rl*ld. might as wall hsve been herding . ,i«s Five! runs we.ro mada at the *«p*n*» of his Boor work In judging huh baits. He bind th * hat lUtlph (Vary Is at hum* but as for plucking flies out i f » ..... - .- ... , , , r NEWS FROM ALASKA i DAWSON. ...

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. — 6 September 1901

-pi..-: Only Taper In Seattle That Dares to Print tlie 'News : : : VOL. 3. KO."l07. THIRD EXTRA! *m*^*a*)* ______ o . PRESIDENT STILL LIVES! — , ! CHIEF EXECUTIVE ATTACKED AT BUFFALO THIS P. M.: -- ■- -^-- i ■ ■ -i ttVrrAW. Jf- T- Sept. 1.-Wllli«r I McKlnltry, president of the I'nlte.l Mates, was shot twice by an insßi.ii man in tb* Tempi- of Music. In ths „ 1 -an-American eapoeltlua B-ro«**-s this sftcrnnon. Two bullets were Bred at the t~Bt» --__■_ One entered the breast and th plner took effect In the shoulder. The president was rem- to Ihe fr-ervtc* Ilulldlng Hi-plt-l in the ■>• . aanmoa grounds. ~ Bt'FFV! Sept. t—s P. in.—The V correct aircouot of the shooting, D ;. am follows: The president was standing lathe fTeraple of Musi.', shaking hands FREE RURAL delivery _-—__— , ■ i ■■ „i Great Activity in the State for Such Service ? I .-Mm new- rural free J.-:,-. route* -are beta established In the coun ts-* sections in East era Washington J fr**i-eatty. as the r*su!t of the Inve...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 6 September 1901

2 THE! SEATTLE STAR, By sran rt*Bt.isnis-n i-a __c^——__s_——ft—r—__s—^ __frirr -cc ts-_tT_~-- SurnJ-y. TEL*_I»HONi;Bt Puttness Depi, Main i-"> I'.lltorlsl I>ept., Main It—l g_l j —■.»--———i—ti,i '""-S'| ft —- »■' 11- - --ae—sMM—aaaeißji—.it. —ii.as 111 IT'lll II .'. r. ItAEAIU*e WKULB, BMlloe ...... F. OIABK, ttuftltnaa MSBSgee OFFICES: tfteattte-UO? Third Bftenue. - t -<* r's lr>- New Torb~«0 Temple i*vurl nulldlng. <ai__*>*s__^K-B> Chie*-gT>~MT.tlt 11. K. Ktpresa Ilulldlng. . M -*r*** - On* e»al rate «$»; sl» essla " weak i-r la.ulr B.s c.eiu rar iti.-.ti 1, J-. .ft. I tr oiau *c caretarft No fra* rerl**. l-tt-jestr- I al Ih* |>«*le**lr* al Beatits, WsaSlasiun.ss »oi- 1 -:,.. - .-• -r WHICH WINS? DO YOU GUESS? The- mllHon-eUiH-red members of the e-t-ruiiattngl*- ritrtuslv* Now Yeirk Yacht cluh are nut the only frft-sh-water ssllnrnien «hu are puf ling a puiilt-.! pipe on shore Just n<.i« —trying to flgute out ftihetlt.-r It's '•Ilsll, Columbia!" ther n...

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