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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 6 September 1901

FRIDAY. SJSPTBMnKn, «. IMt LAST EDITION | A O'Clock IS ' i ' ' " — William Mckinley * Twenty-Fifth President of the United States. Who Was ti Shot at Bufialo Today . * BCITAI.O, N. T.. fierpt. *-At th rrrepttcß a young man was pressing forward t» shake the president's bait-. Hi. light hsnd ass appar ently done up in a handkerchief, but fttfi'.-rr.-jth th* handkerchief a re- , fYolter was bidden. AS h* apprn-ehed the president h<» prcSereiJ his left band, at the _U_ time revealing- the revolver in his right. With a Qukk move he Brest two __ _ Che crowd gathere-d around In psiistng. but arms driven back by ex- PSSB-118 guards. Secret **Hfrvlc* OfJice" Finster c!»»e.l i In en Ibe assassin and grabMng hi--. . . ■ 1, , .... i , * -■ ' " - ■■— ™ WHAT PROMINENT CITIZENS SAY: President rise of the fhambrt ol i __Beree: „ * 1 This terrible deed should arouse « the pes.pe to , ■**_» of need for tm- * medial- l*_lslatlon. looktnir toward tbe elimination of the objectionable f f.ret_r elemen...

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

- BELIEVES THAT HIS YOUNG WIFE HAS BEEN UNFAITHFUL j :. __________________________ (i 'Shoots Twice at the Man He Thinks to Blame and j Then Attempts Suicide |; ___________________ ' • Itecauee he believed his wife un- c f me. F. N. Longt-nbaugt*. shot B. U t Motr lv the side and then stabbed k him*.- li time*. a few minutes aft er J o'clock last evening. It Th* attempted murder in' eulclde » took place in Mulr's oface. on the I i third floor of th* New fork block, it Longenbaugh 1* a cantrsctor and I has lifted for cone time with Joha o McUraih at ta Nineteenth avenue, c lit- *!'■ Is a fine looking womai, I' about jo years of i-.- Mulr is » i Blockbroksr __ has desk room la 11 the New York block. He boards oa ; I Eighth avenue. | f lmt_ men were confined la the city i Jail .at night. laongent—ugh **»* * taken there Immediately after theejr shooting, aril Detective I*hllbrlck. [4 •otan afterwards, brought Mulr la **■ headquarttrs, together with lift ■■• wil* r Besses of the affair, ...

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. — 7 September 1901

filE Only H-fW it* Seattle Thnt I>»v«h to Print the News : : : VOL. 0. NOt, l«*s. MORNING EXTRA! 8:45 O'CLOCK ————i —s-sass^ **~* " ■ ■■ '"*™**********"**~*—***.S'*ssMs»a.— ________ .. ..... .. ... THE PRESIDENTjCkiNGS TO LIFE. HE SURVIVES THE NIGHT, BUT FEVER HAS SET IN, COMPLICATING THE PATIENT'S CONDITION—THE PHYSICIANS' ISSUE A BULLETIN \ nvrrAtxt, »:i»>—i»«n#tii« - The president aftft-odlikio at tht* hour taWl moraine I* not reassuring. Th« bulletin Issued hy tws Pari SOME HOPE BUFFALO. Hept. T.—A bulletin Is ■ned by the ptvaift-ietn- **y*. The president mam shot one* I Up* upper portion at the breast bun* tb* bullet »l_._».-in_. not penetrating The rMs-ond bullet penetrated th* ah do—en. -V* Inches below th* lef n!pp> and r-.-i--.i-h to the left of the m*lr»l line • Tho nbdorncn ftraa op.n*A, througt tb* tin* nf the bu'let wound. It wit found that th* bullet bad penetrat •4 th* torn*,ich. *Tb* r-r'-« of the ' -• -«'! _ the stomach was cnrefully closed with silk stitch...

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. — 7 September 1901

\~~B THE SEATTLE STAR. r, ni \n i i-r.t t-i.'iimi 00, iT.ff-'li*". 't ■v,*-~Tnr^-----e—ir-e— eiftr—.--7—--■ ■ft-f-^^f-'^^^f..^..---^^-^gif" -s -_-——^-i.:-.^T* Evtrry gftrrnoon rxcrpt Sunday. ! . TBtat-PBONBSi *r*ru*trea. Iv, • Ms v 10f>». Kdttiftrlat Dept,, MalnltW. fe. a M_-Aito wt-U-u -fttitae .' r . a. r. t-WAate. I*->*i»*'»* u*n**'f m OKPtrns; Beattla—nc: Third avenue, ,^'n*t, k New York— lSO Tempi* t**.irt niill.llnf. *,*>*l''*^i_** > Chicago—llT-JIS \l. c. r.tpraa* Ilulldlng. _____^ _■ - Pit r— .---vi. BIS .---•!• .-Is* «.fl *T la. itft r>. C*Stt I-r In. fftlli. J,|i,.-ra| .-a-ri.i. V -i,. „,'.. llßTftftftl a" He. ....fit * si -.-«• !■ I- ..Iftl-S ■" ». „ ... 1 ft... Kial.-r HE SHOOTING OF PRESIDENT ItioKINLEY The horror of It! The pe,ip|* of the t'nlted Plates, of the whole civi lised worli], are appalle.l at the attempt made to naxaMln-ate Preatdent McKlnley. No m.ire fleiulisb crtm>> was ever lwri>etrated. With the smiling face of a running- fiend, 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. — 7 September 1901

rmDAT, jtKPTUMTtr.n. «. i*" 1!- LAST EDITION A O'Clock __] William Mckinley Twenty-Fifth President of the United States. Who Was v^ Shot at Bufialo Today BITTALO, N. T.. l?ept. «,-At th* I rtceptle— a > '.ma* man waa prr-ssifg ! tor* t« ah- - the ir- « :'■■■■'■ • •eaod. Ills right hand was appar , ently eta-tie up In a handkerchief, but ' _adir*r*r*i th* Jtattdkerftt-tef a '• vejver was hidden. s ' ; A* bt approached '-.* president he Jrre^*r*d hi* left hand, at the *an,i * tie** revealing th* revolver In hi* >4ht- ". ■ C Wit* a quick move h* fired two iSette. „';"» ■ | Th* crowd ratber-eet arouad In {*•»:n .-. hat waa driven b*ih by ex fiiirrt'. 1 aj_-ir Is. . Secret Fervt.— >OfScer Foster Ceoeetl te o*l the aa**—tin and r*-r-b.ia_ hint. t -a; WHAT PROIWIHENT CITIZENS SAY: I .... J ld*nt Clis* of the 4r*r_srn**a*r of fepam • ■•- ' , : ' T-n-ft terrible deed aho-ht aroe.se ; tie people to a mertae of »*** for Im *.'.-. " legtfeiatton. Ir>9k'.ng ua-ar.l t-t etimlnatlcin o...

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. — 7 September 1901

ft* i BELIEVES THAT HIS YOUNG WIFE HAS BEEN UNFAITHFUL 'Shoots Twice at the Man He Thinks to Blame and Then Attempts Suicide Sftrcaus* he believed hla wife un true, I*. N. Longsnbaugh »hot B. la Muir In the *ld«f and then atabbeit himself li time*, a f*»v mlnulea aft 'tr 1 o'clock last evening. The attempted murder I tie' suicide took place ta Mutr'a elite*, on th* third floor ef the N«w York block. : ■ .. ■ r.. .vi ts a contractor and has lived for »om* time with John M •.-.: ..:-. at Its Nineteenth avenue. J Ills wife t* a fine* looking wema*i. .ii.,...-. so year* of age. Mulr la l atockbruker and ha* desk room In the New Tork block. Ho bonr-i* On -_„hth avenue. | Hot- men Wer* confined in the city Jai! last night. La.ingenb.iugh •*.»! taken there lm**aedlnte"lv- aftor th* _ ,'-. • tit .-. and Petectlv* I'htlarti'k, ' fetion afterwards, brought Mulr to headquarters, together with two wlt arssct of the affair. -._■ Story of the Crime "•Vhil* Mulr was conversing with two young n-.cn...

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. — 7 September 1901

>THFa Only Paper In Seattle That .Dares to Print the News I : : VOL. 3. ISO. ins. HOPE GKOWS STRONI-ER: .' PRESIDENT IMPROVES IKIS RECOVERY IS NOW LOOKED FORWARD TO Careful Examination Leads Physicians to Believe That Death Will Not Ensue Unless Blood-Poisoning Should Set In-The IMilburn Home Surrounded by U. S. Infantry ■ ■■ WILLIAM McKINLEY President of the United States, who lingers between life and death, the victim of an assassin's attack. BITFA I.*"*--t 99 p. m.—Tha presl etat's phys ruins finisih-rd a thorough -__f__ale^n and find the bulla* that —tsued the abdomen touched no vi tal fart. They ares very hopeful and la •present renditions tan see no rea son shy the president shall not re cater. BITFALO— p. m.—Mrs. M Kir.. I<7 «at on tk« veranda of the Mil bar- heme a few minutes this morn ing, ohattlnf with fiirnds. Thla ""as taken as a reassuring- sign, but the fact that member* At the cabinet Boer here are rather* 1 at the pres ,*'"• bedside, has started the ra iser th...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 7 September 1901

= THE SEATTLE STAR. Br st ar n'ai.t*iit*<n oft livery afternoon except - l.ftJ.lV. TICI.EPIIONEB: lluslne-i Dept.. Main loia. ertal ttaai Mala UN I t - * m HAtAan~*evat__a," gJUer -" --~. •» r. CllAaa ButUtss Msnassr Wv-;-r- —i —tttt "'"T ——-.— •. —-—ftft— i_.i._... ii-._....j_-..j, J i . .I. -'.-- --; s orricKS: Ueallle-UO: Third avenue, .-t_^a___p- New V.irk -tlO Temple 1 '.>url Rulldlitg. **»«aSl»____Se-» Chlr«p_t>-S».SI» l\ 8. Express Rulldma, __.^_™____Z_!-_ i tine eeal ser eopys els essts per Week p» m.iiij.flfte esnit peer 'fiealS. .1.1...,,. ft tyeiall er ...... Na rrft» . 1 -. Ratsrea al f „,.,- . si SealtU, Wssineßlen.ss 5.,..n.l ,-1... mater THE SHOOTING OF PRESIDENT McKINLEV The heirror of It! Ttte leetpte of Ihe l*nlted Htnti-s, eif Ihe wh.de clvl- Hurst world, are appalled at the attempt made to nssitsainnte President McKlnley, No more fiendish .-rime was ever perpetrated. With the amlllng f-re of a cunning fiend, the wretch who „| ,ft(--..e,l t.i murder lh. *...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 7 September 1901

fvTt . r „vft eterTKVlir*- 1. 1*" LAST EDITION. 9 O'Olooh. 55 HOURS" REFUSED „ a meeting Of the executive bft-rd at th* AaaaeUtad Iran Trades first.* embraclna the uni.nis of Ih/lMit moiiiders. Bachlalata, boiler ssakm hlscksailth*. blacksmith hekftcrs foundry men. fftPtm.lrymen's heipcra' and palternmakera II waa f-irmaUy deflded not to »..*t>t the JSSfIO. ot lb- M-ts. Trades as ioclatlon to rsaum- «ork on a W hour a-betate r*r week made some A oncutnethr* et the decision wss at o'nee sent te lh* Metal Trades as. ecu-talk*- ; _'- WHISTLES ON STREET TS« Seattle Elesr-trtft* On. has Install mi air whbf.es on Its lUllard cars. Trie" whistle* are xt*<-4 as slsrnt iSatm lo place at bells, and are s greet Impmvcmenl over Ihe old system. Air W fed the new sppllan ,-.. from the automatic pump, which supplies the all brake. Oars on ..th #r Ines will be fitted alth whlslles la the near future. ~A Saloon FiqM ,* ■ ■ ■ Joe Heine swore to a ifompUlnt to aj« T before Ju.«tU-e iTann. chargi...

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. — 7 September 1901

4" PITIFUL Little Baby Falls Into a Pail of Rain Water and Drowns Little Phillip Ward, the one-year fdd ton of Mr. and Mrs. tl. P.dg*r Ward of 1101 Right- avenue «»•;, •net a loathe-. death yesterday af*. crnoiin. The child wss dro«ned in a I'SlI et rain water it the rear uf the house. Mrs. Ward had allowed the little fellow to toddle out oa the back porch, and several minutes la»» ■ er she fallowed her l.sby. fe.ii Ing he 1 might fall down the steps. Tho poor mother was horror-stricken to e*e her Infant with head arid shoulders Immersed In a bucket of rain water *hUh was standing on the tvdvh. Ehe carried bis tiny (.Tin Into th-> I bouse and a plijsUisn mss »uimn»n. cd. everything p«vf»lt'le »as d>>u« *to bring back life, but without .avail, Coroner Hoje »»s notined at 4;so oVI.K.k. snd Iwputy I'lironi-r Wlitsie Investigated the case. The child's father te now In Colorado. NOTABLES IN TOWN ITr.ltcd Stales Senator t.anible of t«-»utn Pikota and Co ngress man Mewarl af New Y...

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. — 8 September 1901

THE Only Paper in Seattle That Dares to Print the News : : : VOL. 3. NO. lM* SPECIAL SUNDAY-AFTERNOON EDITION ""■" TODAY'S NEWS WILL BE FOUND ON PAGES 1 AND 4 THERE IS CAUSE TO BELIEVE THE PRESIDENT WILL RECOVER - Dr. Mcßurney, the Eminent Specialist, Sends a Message of Reassurance to Vice-President Roosevelt— X-Ray Machine to Locate the Bullet in the President's Back Is Brought From New York by Experts —Bulletins of the Sufferer's Condition, as Received From Hour to Hour. axrrTALO—i » p. m.—The latest | paws trots the tick room soys thst ' - riltiot McKlnley la reeling welt The oiairil opinion of the aurgeoa* [' 'I In attredanc* la that no Immediate t args tt ta be feared, and that ■-■■ ><« Vi!.-.-*«e-n rompttoatlons arise tht prMMast'i chance far complete rt- l ■', «v«t it ex Ileal. > BCTFALO-l.a p. m.-: Mc- I t Bunuy aad Parke have notified rice ( . P^ldent Ttoosevtlt that the arm ' I Stat am ttve. EtTFALO—I:» p. m.—lt Is ataled | » . «st preparations are being mad* . 5 ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 8 September 1901

* THE SEATTLE STAR. It STAR ri'Bl tSHINII 00l livery afternoon except Sunday, Rualneas Dept, Main 1958. Editorial Dept.. Main US*. I 'T— ———-—. 1— —-—ra I i in, i T— »—■■—a•»— k. sazann wkua gjitar -- . . . s. r. ciuas B**» M»i""«r OFFICES: Seattle—HOT Third avenue. _*<'*>. New Torh-530 Temple fourt Put Idtng, *ISSEK»> Chleag»-MT-«I V. S, Kxpresa Building, .___„___-. t Cbb cent »cc eoari wa esat* r*r *t^k c* le«aty-av* esst* s*r ntvalk, J-i-.n, i I »» mall *r esniera. Ne free l*gl*fc Eatsrsd at th* soaieffle* st Saßltls. WssMmton. *s Bsfoa.t elaaa raßtt-e j 7 I THE SHOOTING OF PRESIDENT McKINLEV ,-' . ■■ The ■■ •<-■ of it: The peopi* of the United MS) I of the whole rlvi- I Hied World, are appalled at the attempt made to aasasalnate President Mr Kin No more fiendish crime waa ever perpetrated. With the smiling fare of a cunning Send, th* wretch who proposed lo murder the beloved chief magistrate of this country, took htm cordially by on* hand, as an expression of amity, ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 8 September 1901

IXTimnAT, KRPTRMBKJI T. IMI. LAST EDITION. 4 O'Cloofc. 55 HOURS REFUSED At a meeting *t «»a fxemittv. Jlkl of the A»-«o.tat*d Iron Tradei V f 4-attl*. emhracitig the unkins ol • se'imn mouUer*. machUtlata, tnillei Zkelt, M»ck*n..th*. bl.ck.m.U helper* feundrymen. fmindi vine,,, r.j^ra.nd patternmakers. It wa. SSammm S «*« Metal Trad*, a. a'xutwn t» resume work on a u5 £onr atbtnixiX* per week made sow, * offldT^ix"^ ft the decision _. iCama atat to th. Metsi Tr-drs a. n.ilea a. sodattMk __' T WHISTLES ON STREETCARS TV fiattle r4cctrt« Co, haa Install , 1 air whl»t!ea on Ita lUllard cara T*# whUtles are used aa alarm »'»r.*l* in place of bells, and are * rrr.it Improvement over the old tyxttm. Air ts ftd the new applUn ttt trotn the automatic pump, which , urr lSe» the air brake. Cars on uth ar hnea »SH ha tXlttA with whistle* la th* near future. A Saloon Fight Joe Itetn* »»ore to a complaint to. gay before Justice Cann, < hArglng a mar. aha* last name la {"tone, with assault an.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. — 8 September 1901

w ! FEARFUL ASSAULT Theodore Lie Tries to Kill William McDonald This Morning Theodore L«c, a contractor, hellev s*& hla wife untrue, lie thought she liad been In company with anoltur n.an and because of tt tiled to mur pit WUUaui Mclvu .1 1 In the Rain ||t*r, Baths, cairner Third avenu* and KCherry street, at «:W o'clock lhi* ' ; rooming. H* first bll Mclvnatd en jffth* head with a beer bottle, breaking It v rr near the n*ck and Uavlng a Mtn»OM iaggtii blade of glass. With this ti rtlbl* weapon th* Jealoua man Jab bed hta altuoat unconseloua vKUtn Ui tlie neck. PoUca hm■■■ iu«:t-ts B«*re telephoned and P i '.: - c Phil j'jfrrtck end Offlcar Carr an-e*t*d Lee. MalK>n.»M waa aent tn ha ambu lance to the is i-,-ii.ift. It la th* i-i -linen of tha i .; >• that ha aasauii an Mr. .V. :-. -it' J was entlraly un- Story ef the Crime The story of th* affair, aa told by - nn •-..>■ ef the baths. -.. aa fal lows; "Shortly ai 4 o'clock m mat raw* In irri.it - - celled and wanted ta ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 9 September 1901

'fTli: Only Paper In A Seattle That Darpa to print the Nowa i« « ; VOL. 3. NO. 10' J. THE PRESIDENT STILL IMPROVES From How? to Hour the Prospect Brightens That the Life of the Chief Magistrate Will Be Spared-Physicians Find No Unsatisfactory Features In His Condition Bt-rrvt o, i p. m-Tb* pnaMeat M> l>emt to Improve end he l* eatw- Wtsbl*. without pate or unfavor . able symptoms, rule*. HI. temper mymte, ML r;t-splraUon. :«. BirrAHO. Sept. » l>r r»rke . m this afternoon that he hi eon* Meat that the prttldtnt will live. He denied that the early report re ferring to tb* praaldeeit a restless gUght could ho eonttrued la any way to warrant f*ara oa the part of th* mama V «"'- BtrTALO. Sept. *.-«♦• Han ■a announce* that th* president * Improvement I* most remarkable. ' BI'FKALO. axaat, Th* gaaaral »tat* of th* president remain prac tically unchanged. A slight decline la temperetur* and an lodtnalkin of th* puis* and rMptrsttoa to r*~ {tnrn toward normal ar* toverab!* cor. J; H...

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. — 9 September 1901

Q THE SEATTLE STAR. r, SIAH rt?Bt.t^HINI» I'O. livery afternoon except Sunday. TELKIMIONKHs Tlnstne** Hept.. Main IM». Main III*. , *Ts^^W~^ie^' a^r »" -" .JJ^ Crcil*lt, busla»i*J>l«aag»t' _ orriccs: '■-■^ feattle—llo7 Third avenu*, «b/*7HT?I>»v New York-JJO Tentpie Court But tiling, Cb!cago-il?-»U I*. 8. n*pr*«* nuilding. am' On* c^"»^r«ity: lit watt fee Wa»k »r t»»*ty-ea* teat* |>et moalh. 4*ll»«e*4 ty mat! er carrier*. Ne Ire. *e*l*a. . Cnt.ra* at the aawteg!** at SaaltU, Wii"'i- Beeeml-flßta matter » WHY WERE THEY NOT SNOT DOWN Th.> time has arrive! when It ta at. Imperative necessity for lh* mn •~a*eea of the Vnlted State* to declare Anatvhy lo be treason against lhi* *government and lt> provide death as punishment. In nn splrtt of anger, with no *cntlmcnt of b.m-ii extretnelsm. It this statement msde. The cure proposed Is the sternett that law ran Junlv apply, hut the malady calls for It. Our bttiad democratic government must nn longer be profaned by lending its...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 9 September 1901

Amy mm. o*l < ' JIONUAT, ff IS FT EM WW* *. **9*» THE THRIVING CITY OF BALLARD Its Hamming Industries, Sound Business Establishments and the Splendid Future in Store--- Situated on the Banks of What Is to Be the Lake Washington Canal, It Is Bound to Become One of the Foremost Shipping Points on the North Pacific Coast - | Men Who Have Made Ballard Who They Are and What They Do. , Th* great ttXagt* *f jraep-Wtyj ltd pretre** xtkletx ha* swept *\*r| lh , partite Cwwit within th* Past ,h t ,» or toot it*'* haa t^een the' mans of bxtVoint up many a city '.„.« ,-an. Th«ii«>« pf Washington hs, fttHC"^' 4 more benent trout Xl-e mevem.nt than any taker at «te en tfc* «•»«• An tm»*a** „je el immigration set In and ' el tb* slai* where yeara .go »» **» **r™"*~ ' „„ dotted with Innumerable vtl kigmt tan gt«wla» Into town* and Cttle*. a la! Tbe increase In papulation and tha f^ywuurnt eitr* demand tor sup p,-ks of different »«rt* has bad IV* riTrcl upon the larger cttlr* ef th* jiigaJ. Hf...

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. — 9 September 1901

4 LAST edition--^- O'Clockl CZOLGOSZ HAS NOT MADE ALLEGED CONFESSION! ecauae of the conflicting repor ts regarding the confession alleged t a have been tnailo by wlgolaa, th. rould-he murderer of President We Klnley. the Star telegraph. 1 Willi* m ». Bull, auperinttndciit ot the Buf-""* [tilo police, for the truth. _ Following la the reply cf Bur* rlntendcnt Bull, received late last night: a, Am a* . a "the western UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY. INCORPORATED — 21,000 OFFICES IN AMERICA. CABLE SERVICE TO ALL THE WORLD. Y\ 1 --.-in ■ ... „. , '^^wmtmmmmmf^^^ -|.., ntf'i -*-*-*■'—1' *-tri*i I Tr '- 11 |at tapa t , ... .-,,. m r*. '*-• •*- *** ■-'* ** *-|— *X • .«-■—.. a^.. tat*.—* -a, .-..,-1.» mmattmttmm*, mmi ftaiaaaaai muimAmmlt<*j.tl -* i. ' , „.,■•. l,A.t a i-....... -. ■ . (i a,. e--i •■• " »—• a— i- — J Ihaa^aaai tali. '»-■■»»— ■-■ aaa. afcaaaakka .—.-.. p. .a., >»4.. moxmg aaia -.1, „, fttle- tue a-aM#w - *—t etta Iw - - lie t.a lu—siaal a ..— — __ ''.^•\^^^£3ll^aM?t9BSeieM«Mae...

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. — 10 September 1901

pfruv Only P.iper in Seattle That Dares to Print the News : : : v 01..». >*>• 170. DR. M'BURNEY WIRES ASSURANCE TO SEATTLE j! Surgeon in Charge of President McKinley's jlf Case Sends a Personal Telegram Con- I taining Most Cheerful News— The Star Telegraphs to Other Em inent Eastern Physicians "THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH compahy. ~~ iscosaosaTio •*****■«• ai.ooo offices in amkrila. cabli service to all tmb would. j%atV«t».^»S»»»Wlt*»<n«llv«»»a*a»«aa^» ■--. natlaiiiai !..*»■ •» atUtx. MailMkaiMM t_ i_ -i_ M _.t.k.rJw..._» tkaau iniriiuii i(i.,iiai.ui..,...-«i kr ~, «. mt urn mmtm. mmlmt tka mmmm*Amt, %mmt a wa* fL** , -" '•••> T. ai ai Ct.|,J.t.| „J c,«.t.l M,i..„t. lE, »aa—— aa wmrnrnt a m t-tiiir- ■■ ». —aaa ■ a ,■!■ -■ . , i a.iaaae— -- - , -l^Jis«j__l_MHl___^_^_ ftECEIVCOit 180 UN V OR 25 Collect D pr Pan Aran Expo Buffalo N V Sapt 10 1001 II- Doator S Reed Broadband Care Seattle Elec Co Saatila Wn Presidents chanea of recovery improving hourly- wound in ibdomenal wa...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 10 September 1901

Q *• THE SEATTLE STAR. x>f si*h rttw.HiiiNO ro, -urn ikPSSgg—3—a——saasiwcsss»,vjw—*.sirg^«a,"a,JST— • -■.TaJx.JiAautifcMj-^ Evtry tlterno »n except SunJ.»y. tluslness Tt»pt„ Main lOSO, Kdltoilat D»pt„ M»ln 1131. * g. itARAUtiw r,i.t.« iMn.r .... r. r. i h*«k. iimiiw' m ****'* iir »*,~T-ssasrsrarT»rs!gtxrjiaaa-^.'e":■gai.-ass.'g.'ge-m-'.t— '■"' a*^.i " ."'..--" OFFICES; , Pratt!- no; TbtiHt avenue. -■fr' nl >P:'fe-^ New Toik-KO Temple Court Ilulldlng. < ~\'M\ >f '££>> Chlcago~3l7-Stt V. B Kxpress llwlldmg. J* * • Ooe crm r«e» r«mri ill erets pee weak er t»*nty-«*e cms per monlh, Setlt*n4 • » mil w eairlar*. N. o*. .. ii.« , -• Knt.rwl at th« -ariintlice al Seallle, v „■•,,•,,. . ■. i . i... ,-.-•-, PLEASURE ANO PASTIME A Suggestion, Which, if Carried Out. Would Greatly Accrue to the Happiness of Brides-Elect For the matrons who wvuld llk» Something novel In the *v of entc* -9S9mt.'i-' la the Beatrice luncheim. as * -eemt-otr' fur ih'lr girl fru-rnl. ahout to enter m...

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