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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 10 September 1901

"VsDAT. sitrTr.MHKR l», 1»1. SAILING FOR NOME The Portland and Manaunso ftday Elihu Thomson Tomorrow Os account sf \he early closing ol .lUNoms season, most uf the •AtJ. III**! l^^l WUI oi-xV-e but one mors umt^thl. year. ,t.e Portland and iMaaaaai ssU ou their Ust trip ,<Ths■por«<»'", ,f* yfm ttk{* *n2 rno»n: gh ,«int Hrm of ■ -bleU Is a cun l«E2S*mt l» tons of government "•'""".^itfts 'torxa at Nome tt nJ the ,lore» tot tw *» j „„,„,„ h ,, n h,w*r T.^rs, ' "me l>eing Ueut. "**S-i".i S'sme. Miss Burke, pro. legna**'/, FlUh avenue Hotel at prist.* •■( »>a «!«> waka ths Utp on " km A "l^cmu Thomson will clear ta sMrr«* t, Tsroma. Hh-» carries ArnTr7t*i*t*r*. "v« l^ ton,' " . eliM. the largest csrga ever placed a he, hold. Hi tons Is s • government ■ "t^nt mdc by the Pacific fold storaie Cs. ♦»" »>• return cf the SSSm W tMrntta she will be put StS VaUes roste. and all! prrd ,My bs kept on that run during the "T^Manaurnss hss finished her IZr eam*V.me tonUM. She takes...

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. — 10 September 1901

« LAST EDITION. 4 O'Clock. A ROBBERY ON the SEA Man From Nome Says He Was Robbed of $2000 Aboard Ship John Abrsmson. a passenger on the Centennial, which arrlveJtfclaj Bifternoott, claims hs wss robbed 1 suun sftcr leaving Notn* of bills and : B«ld dust to ths value ot two thous and dollars. Abrsmson csms on ths boat In sn intoxicated condition, so ths ship's nfflcers claim. Hs wss, ■:.. c*r*i*a* wtth his nii'iiry snd left ll In h's bunk. When the OenlcnnU! resched her flock shs wss bosrded by roltcs offl csra, who hsd received notification from Port Townsend, Charleo Hill, one of ths ship's crsw, snd Krnrst Adsma m wsltsr, were pluced under „ arrest s* suspects by Officer Phil bt li w. Hill hss since tieen rclcaard. Abramson is a »•.■:•■ and speaks very tittle Kngttsh. A friend who Is . hrtter educated, insisted ths pollcs 1 in identifying; the suipcct. Ths otflcsrs of ths shin do not credit Abramson's story. They say j be is net sound mi ntal j snd thst hs j only fancies ha has be...

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. — 11 September 1901

-pftiP* Only Paper In ■*" Seattle That Dares * Print the News i i i VOL. 3. aSO. 171. ' =—: ~~~' gstaammaaramtttamm ■/% MHIIIBIA PRESIDENT IS TAKING NOURISHMENT TODAY Easily Retains Small Quantities of Beef Tea, Which Shows That the Wound in the Stomach Is Healing Nicely—Pa ' tient Much Brighter and Could i Be Moved if Necessary Birr MA kepL "-■"'• praat-j W- tut this morning appesrs to have V ggttend bo ... effects, from last : eiitx'a armor operation tag the relief •f the inflammation around the out- PL' ar wound. The weather eontrtaee favorable far the patient A cool trees is blowing this n»rnitig. Dr. itaar said, after lha first bnl- j ,'- l<tta was issusd laat night, that ths operation should causa no spprehen aiea. ;■ BCTTALQ. Sept. U.-The physl f tJses" bulletin at *a~ m. till Tbs president psssad a very eow \ fjrtsbts night. Pulse. l» tempera ■-■ ■ . * -- ... •■■' ,|' tar*. 100.1; respiration. HS BVFFAIA Sept. IL- At 1# » a. a SCHLEY COURT OPENS TOMORROW P. M. ■ -.- . AD ...

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. — 11 September 1901

I THE SEATTLE STAR. - - hy srsn ri-ni I'tttisn co. l it: afternoon except Sun Jay. TELEPHONES: Husiness Dept., " «in 10&0. Edltorlsl r>spt„ i iin lis*. a MARAUD WrtXS, Bdltes .... - g, T, CMA.R, Iluitaees Msnas.r OFFICES: Feattle— HO? Third avenue . -^ t > , New York- ISO Temple Court llulldlnr (ffimMA Chicsgo-31T.m V. ». Express llulldlnr- *7ma- One seat see >•.,.> Ml rest. |>er .... la*atr-Ste cent* per m.-nih. ,i.u,,,.i ■by tstail *r carrier*. N.i free ,-..i-i.» Kttel at |h. potlofWe. .i S.*tn*, W«ttiln«tmi... B.een4cUn ,„,,. -r — — THE SNAKE AND HIS NAME Leon Ciclgost—Ahrsham IsnaVs-Maurlce l.unk. Clement Pfeuls-r —Htppotyte lave I Henry Trsvagll^-Alfred HchneMrr—Julia Mechanic - Mai'.. leaako, Jr.— Emma Holdman.' Here are a few names fur t'nltel States senators and congressmen to meditate upon heta-een now .1 lhi nest aesslon ot congress. Hcelnr tl»\t OPUS v lha grass « here hides thi snake, the stick to tlrl\e Ihe deadly reptile out can be neither too lon* ■...

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. — 11 September 1901

" LAST EDITION. 9 o'Ctcek. WRECK? Defective Brakes Cause I 6. N. Train-Runaway I A^ : r ft-tCI X* tb* *• »r SKTKPMI*". Wash. Sept. 11. --f Th« xxttXho*** «"•»< Northern ' tr *ltbXtrAtn^ litM ,W'r """ lno rslng«»J«M *r*f,,'Jon,*nd* uV m writ at WcKlngtoa at jt 9 s'Httta. Otm tappeaed ts " d.feclivo ; 'jmtoi'iasd: Sostneer Frank luht _., nreessa J.*a Ca«irl*ll In "i Mnd CWelscter HsINMM. last ara * g,4 heaJ teJ«r«l. and hr.a.m.- BU«- I p*mtla*llwnmbrxxk*n. Thlrty-tso cara ;i «« the track sad elghl cars an Ejlfe sre en fire, Ka»t«w«' paesor.- J Vtit'**- tl Is being «>•" at »*>»'oml»- V* sreckfr.g 'rein has been sent from | gt , -tnbxh and Is no» stjrwk. i HETACKLES | WRONG MAN *: J. R. Moore Shoots Hlghwiy "man That Holds Him Up ' . t^ A3. R. Moore, who lives st 117 F.x.ra. ewr street, proved to be mors '.Lah , tee bold htghwsyswn bargslaed fw I lost evening. They attempts* lo i kold htm up. but all thry receive I i-.rng* m small XH-csßter bullei. ahum gd prebsbly lodged some*...

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. — 11 September 1901

« GAP. HANDY HAS A PLEA Says the 'Prof. Morse' Was Worth Every Cent Jor dan Paid for It SCtpt. F. N. Handy, recently sen tenced to two years In Walla Walla fer obtaining money under false pr»> tti.n » from Vr. 3. Kugen* Jordan, sad who has an appeal pending In tbe supreme cuurt. yesterday made X motion tn the superior court for arrest of judgment. tact Handy waa convicted of co.t ipirina with l»i F. K. Adams ta ttatn i;. Dr. Jordan In the sals U him of th* steamer Prt-f. Mors*, au legad by the pmset-uting wttneas ta b* worthless. Vr. Jordan advancej Uhtat on the Morse, Th« defense at leg.d at th* trial that the boat was worth th* money paid. Capt. Han ay now fllra an affidavit by A. O. twnjs lin stating thai, although he purchased th* Morse from Dr. Jor* Can for |Mg. he ba* mi.'i sold the vaaar: tor neatly »t.oao. although she ra* deteriorated In value mor* than la per cent, since the sale to Dr. lordan tare years ago. Upon the allegations in Itoajamln's a***** ■ slid one by hims...

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. — 12 September 1901

flit Only Paper In ■*- Seattle That Dares to print th« News : I i V(»l .8. - I7tf. RELISHED HIS BREAKFAST tlCrnLO, Sept 11.-llaw lons ll ta.iu be ti-' ' the president re.eien I ,aOcl*B«yte leave the Mlihtirn re. mmmt* 9 * question •«>out *wch iht j^yalcUna -r »<«<•• 1! *»» »* « » Bitter ,( at lse»i tw» *****- ac ..^tatataaeri'v expressed op'n [ cording m --■ !on . „ WW* a month *r mora. lon. sr imttwi* sre sUlt excluded from th< 0* mm. god. «*»{•"« the P*«i«»*« weteatamt strength, may ** kept tnmltt presidents bedside for nm. ftsya _ * itVTTALO, Sept IS. «:» a. m.- PaJletls: The president had * com ■SuUs night Put* 111: tempera- IMPRISONED ANARCHISTS MAY SOON BE RELEASED It No* Seems Evident That the Buffalo Author ities Do Not Intend to Extradite Emma Goldman and Her Associates From State of Illinois — %; RtTTALO. Sept. it-aerrettry of | War Root said thla aieralag that tb* state, and net the federal euthntt tie*, win uafSSftnaiHy try Laoa Caoignaa. Be refused te say wh...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 12 September 1901

1 THE SEATTLE STAR. , ry siah rust i.-titis.t 00, i livery afternoon except SuiiJ.ty. TBLXPItONRII Rtislnesa Dept.. Main 1050. Editorial tvpt, Mai HSU. ■ Mr tIAKAWD ttrtUJ, Editor ■ • -" - tr. chase, nuslnse* Msn.s.r orncKsT ■eat- 1101 third avenue. ■»***' W»»^ New Tork~S3o Tempi* ftturt RulMlng. <&!bCh^B> Chlcagt»-Sl7-SU V. R. Cspresa Ilulldlng. JA^^^ Ons rent per .-.-it sit ...it. per sat er tasntr a«e e.ntt i-.r ni.iuh. j.n.rr.t »» Stall *c rarrt.rs, N* trss ,-,-r'.. CatsreJ st tti* pesume* at Ssaul*. <estMsetttt«.s» seeand-class m.-t.. "*""""'"""" ""* ■■ass—a^iitii is ■■„.! .in i— sssss— . THE HISS OF A VIPER The action of the mien I S „,,e r' Marylsnd In eapelllng Vnlted •tale* Senator George U Wellington frnm membership In that organi sation Is to lie hearti't contmcn.t.'d. It «*. the only course tn b* pur sued with propriety. Ben«tor A\ clllngtcn disgraced himself and shamed the American people by puMlt Iy refusing t.' deplore the cowardly and diabolical attempt ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 12 September 1901

THCMDAT. lIFTINm 11. >*"*• [TKINLEYTHANKSGIVING HOSPITAL Chamber of Commerce Passes Resolutions in Favor of a Worthy Object Rejoicing at Rapid Recovery of the President — The chamber of commerce yester it.t atttra-^n PSSStd resolution* fa "rtaa US McKlnley ThsnksglMna taagits Judge J. F. Hoi t pre sented the following resolutions, wh'.-h arte unsniroously adapted: "Whereas, Th* r*ople cf th!* na tion hat* been brought face la fat* althsarest sorrow; and. -Whereas, That sorrow hs* heen turned to a temporary thanksglr ... with S Strong hope Ihat It may j^me issllng. and. - NV her**». It h*a heen suggested thst tW« sentiment <,f tt-.nk.a- Ina. t m unlvttesl among our l"'<,!,l*-S should h* StllUed f.tr the benetlt of su.»M^ well be ac. SSg*P** by the ere.-il.ttt »f a He- VA£y thssksalvtng ho«rltal it i^'rsairal p.^rtton cf th. Inlte-1 ftste* br rcruiar ansaerlptlaa to a ■ e».j far that purpose: and. -Whereas. ThU chamber Is In full „ fflP athy with IM* movement :f | tUril prsct...

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. — 12 September 1901

*""* I-:- L Last EDITION. I 4 O'Clook. I THE MAYOR WILL VETO "A Time to Call a Halt On Improvements" Says He Mayor Humes has intimated that If any more Improvement ordtM ar* passed by council this fail, unices they be of aboolute necessity, be will tele ttiem. As stated In hi* com munloatlon the other night, th* may. or thhtka It about time 10, tall a halt. IN MAN'S CLOTHES Officer Tries to Arrest Her— Both Fall Over Precipice Into the Mud Nell Pickerel!, th. North Seattle and who Instate »n wearing men's attire, was arreeted a* « v*grant by OdSn.r May. this morning. Th. of. fleer found her in a saloon on Ptfth avenue near Ink* .treat, asleep. Whaa arrested she wore a natty ' each sum at black clatbes. but had loot her hat. Sb* brok* away from the officer and ran through Me a ud for three block*, and finally fell over th* day bank which aeparatea Pint avenue from Western. A* she went over th* brink Officer Mayon follow- J cd. and both landed In a pool of mud. ' - Bk* waa sent to h*«...

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. — 13 September 1901

iffffi Only Par**" *** * Seattle Thai Dares to Print the News : i : voi.. ■• >0. WA. M'KINLEY IS DYING Announcement of His Death Proves to Have Been an Error--The ■ Spark of His Life Still Flickers Dimly Buffalo, Milburn House-President McKlnley Is dying. The news has just been brought from the chamber. 1 '■. WASHINGTON. p. c, Sept. It—j IIS p. as.—At tbe White House-Aj ' ' message has just town received here from Secretary Certelyou at Buffalo, >' t, stating that the pre*td Is i not dead. Condition very grave. I BOt j ft a Condition very |tn' Ramses Seabed over tbe country 1 tweaty mlautee ago, of the presl test's death corrected. - f A dispatch to the Western Talon efElee In Seattle, dated Buffalo *:M tin Seattle, dated »*#f*»* » M atatss that the pr«a.ito*t s con dittos la taoeodtagir trava W i I UPON HIS BROW, THE BREATH =' OF THE ETERNAL MORNING, The Impending death of President McKlnley. with all Ita tragic tad sorrowful surroundings, recalls to ua those sublimely beauti...

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. — 13 September 1901

2 the: SEATTLE STAR. ' ay sTAit wtmjtnixooa , Every afternoon except Sun Jay. f TELEPHONE!!! , Tlustneas nept.. Main 10M. . " "_ L.utoital Dept.. \uiii UM SpUAIARD WKXAA BJll*r^ - . . K. T. CHASE, nu.t..... H.h.i.r OFFICES: I Peattle—lie; Third avenue. M\ \\\mm " New York- to Tempt* Court nult.llng. <Q^,<i.,p;'<v«> Chicago—JlT-SIS V. B. Kspress Ilulldlng. On* mt t>»~»ei'rT"iii wat* ta* w»*k nr t»*nir-B»e r**t» per men in, d*lit*r*4 ty i. .il *r earner*. No tree »>i>l« - ■ Fm.rea at the pc.tntne. el R**ttle, W».Mnst»". »• *»i'en4 .1... n>att.r - - "— - —— -~ SHOCK FOLLOWS SHOCK \ ■ A feeling of acute dirrnay hd* sprr.til ever the country, following the . alarming bulletins rtMseeniing lTe*ld»nl Mi Klnlcy's condition. To thi t great majority of people the shock ot the imMvurable reports ao sudden- * ly sent out. following upon the sanguine hopea of the last few days. Is almost as aevere as wa* Ihe (Inst news of the attempted assassination, j Even now there seem...

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. — 13 September 1901

ygtrAT. scrTCuntcn, ii. i»ot OH! WHAT : A CHANGE If Drunk Rollers Could Onh Have Found John Williams J(jhu iisn-i 1* today consider** tr lh* !>*"<•• cne of the luck"*t v*r gH is in Issttl At 7 o'clock lhi: monilsg s cttlen telephoned la P» *, fcsad.piarwr* thst a drunker _*, was blw s« Bprtni *«««« »••■ ,<«n pecead end Third avenue* jailer Orwt started to inssailgat. t„l ten* * will tXt-aaaad man lytni I ra'lrd tk. l*-"* ***** *"''• mm ss*-"*" of a nswspsper man I* W«< » *■ near, »l-d th. !1I ll* acted tike a trad dos an-1 ... wsy to headquarters ma.ls £*rs> stumpts to bit* the Jailer Oa-r " ttl* ststlon. the procrss of Miesbi began rir,; ?"• * q"*"" tlty o* chier*. amounting to |«.«o, ,».. tit sa ln*id* pock, a package trntntrnxaxg tit* In greenbacks was A**) Another cor.;., g »1» and sd3 oe» more .Ith ««> wore taken fwra Mm- In sll HAS O had been to th* pockets ef the drunken man ■til's ke had l»!n la th* middle of street. Jailer Grant said "Thts man had sitter t...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 13 September 1901

CEL LAST EDITION. 9 O'Clock TORRENCE Chosen Commander of the G. A. R. CLEVELAND, 0„ g*rt. IJ.—E« Terrene*, of Minnesota, aa* elected commander-in-chief of the Grand Army of the Hrpubito this morning, »vrr his strongest opponent, tleu. l>»n Sickle*. Other ofllcera choeen ar»: Henlor vie* commander, John McElmy, of Washington, D. C; Junior vie* com inir.l.-r. John CPonnell. of Chicago; surgeon general. \V. It. Thrail, of Clnclnnstl: chaplain in chief, Itev. Than Doyle, ef IMllsburg. RAMSEY Washington, aept 11.-Ths ■avy department this afternoon ap pointed Rear Admiral Fran 1. Him *ey, reltred. as th* third member cf tb* Schley court of inquiry to suc ■red Howt*..n Tb- court will resume Monday. JAIL RULES Th* superior judge* and Sheriff Cadtk** have fnrmutat*.! a new art nt rules that will hereafter Ne ob served by the county Jail official*. tbey are as follows: Visitors will be admitted to the Jail from 16 a. ii- to I p. m. and from I p. m. to i p. m on Monday. Wed nesday sad Frida...

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. — 14 September 1901

THE Only Paper in A Scstttlo That Dares to Print the News : : : vol. 0. >"0. 174. EXTRA EDITION M!a CZOLGOSZ RUSHED OFF TO THE PENITENTIARY A';-'- - • - ASSASSIN IS DRIVEN QUIETLY THROUGH CROWDS WHO, HAD THEY KNOWN, WOULD HAVE TORN HIM, LIKE WILD BEASTS, LIMB FROM LIMB ' ■ ■ i ■ , ■ ■ .-. '■■' -,: * ■:' .:■ :.::.:. - . . - ' '. \- "'■ '' ■'-. ■-: . ■ ' ' From Last Night's Scenes of Wild Excitement, Buffalo This Morning Has Subsided Into a State of Ominous Quiet —Armed Military and Police on Guard . RCTFALO, Sept. 11. la. m The-. wss little sleep In Buffalo last night. A mourning, whispering pmgaXmem hsd been suddenly transformed Into \ A fret-tied mob. Hearts are torn by conflicting emotions Of deep*-' sor row far th* presidents suffering and thirst tor veggsanc* on the bated Osolgess. Cowering la his cell th* assassin beard thai hi* dasUrdly purpose had been sec©—.ptlshed. Th* angry roar ef the surging crowd outside was broken by cries of "Hans him." "Lynch him!" ■ As soon as It...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 14 September 1901

£ THE SEATTLE STAR, Py srs*. POM tan INO cg ______ I ■'' ■■ -r—■ .j l—_^g?—;'....- -ft»'.r.'.*. ii 'mi mn mn" iin i ' Uvxtty afternoon except SunJiy. ! TEXTfirilON'Kfll Business Pent., Maln^Wft. EdHoHal DepU Main HSS. WKtlJr~KJit^ ' "^J^- **' r' i'"*™ ' *'^N,",-"- --orncKS: Pcntlle-ltO? Thtcl avenue. rfriiC^e^a New York~-SSO Temple iVutt Ilulldlng. «?2S*3pa> i'htcaco~ltT-Bli U. «*. Uxprvsa Uuildlng. ._„„,„„..„_.. o^*ra«~|w *Hv;'*sVa~*Bail* ear ... er lasatr-ar* eaata ear fß..aia. «.llrt»*| . t» mall cc carrtsc* N* free **t>tß» j_ l E-t.red st th. ptmi.-itne. at SsstlU Wa.hlßSieß.as 5..-..n.l elsss matt.. ■ SHOCK FOLLOWS SHOCK , A feeling of acute dismay has spresd over the country, following th* alarming bulletins concerning President M'Klnley's esondttlon. T,» th» Rrcat majority ef reeple the shin-It Jf th* unfavorable reports *o sudden ly sent out. following upon the s«ngtiln« hopes of the last few day*. Is alttitett ss s,\crt> ss was th«* first nttws of the attempte,! .....

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 14 September 1901

rniDAT. M ***• ■ " I**' OH! WHAT A CHANGE ,1 iwk Rollers Could Only Have Found John Williams jobn W-Il»»ro» l» «^*T con.Wcr.d v, «„s police one or the luckiest Pr ' Jr., in At ' rttoe* %M* po- BMvrnlng • ttaki* ll,* be.dqiiar.ere that * token m *n ... lyinit on Hpnng street be tween *_Mnd '*-*** Tht"' *v*nU', r.llrr rmnmm' »t.rtcd to Instigate ■slier H'Ml am _ ,„„-_ . veil dressed man lying .Ilea tb* tmtr'l «*« a n4' *Uh t*\e\tti*tgac* of a newspaper m«n. l';'£.H 9 •* «*« "ftevl the _.J_ntiißg man Into 'he convey 2Z Hs acted Ilk* ■ wad dof and Tibs *»r to besdnusrters made '"JTI tiwinptt to tut* Ihe Jailer hmmtt to* •«•!l^,',■ th' rlw'" v' °f Irsrchlßf o*»»n- nrst cam* a quan- SSQ cbaaa*. emountlng le U*i; Sd In en ißslde pocket a pa*-**** i Ll tn» - greenhscks « »■ Mind. Anethsr containing 5139 and It'll one more with t«*> wer* taker tram blm. in sll «.♦*« *_•<» ***** is l».- pockets of the drenksn man Zv9 he had lata tn the middle of 'Tiler Orsnt ssld; This msn bad ( ... hee...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 14 September 1901

,-"« I LAST EDITION. •* O'Cloch. i torrence j Chosen Commander of the G. A. R. ! CLEVELAND. «'. I*l U.-KU Snrreuee, of Minnesota, was elected . ■■■ndtr is chief of th* Oraiul Army of the Republic this morning, wer his strongest opponent, (Mfc Dan (I**. } Other offlcars chosen are: snt--r ' vie* commander, John MeEtroy, of . Washington. D. C; Junior vie* com mander, John O'Dunnell, of Chicago; surgeon gen' XV. I- Thra'.l. of j Cincinnati: chaplain in chief, Itev. f Thomas PoyU, of Itttsburg. i RAMSEY j' WASHINUTON. Sept. JJ.— Th* t« navy department tht* aftermxin ap pointed R*ar Admiral Franvls Rata f scy, retired, as th* third member cf th* S-'hUy court of inquiry to sue- Peed Howl-.in The court alii resume Monday. JAIL RULES ■''i 1 The superior Judge. snd Pherlff Cudlhea hsve formulated a new set <if rules that wtll hereafter be ob served by the county Jail official*. SThey ar* as fellows: ' Visitors wUI be admitted to the Jail from IS a St. to I r m. and from , : p. m. it t p i...

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. — 14 September 1901

LAST EDITION. ** O'clock. TORRENCE Chosen Commander of the G. A! R. i CLEVELAND. 0„ B*pt. 11-EU Comae*, of Minnesota, was clectevl commander-in-chief ot th Ura.ut Army of th* Kepubllo this morning, over his strongest opponent, Usu. Dan Sirs!**. j her officers chosen are Senior ■vice eemntander, John M.-Eir • of • .Washington. XX C; Junior vice com mander, John OT>ann«lt. of Chicago; surge, general, W. it. Thrall, of i Cincinnati; chaplain In chief. Key. } Thorn ss Boyle, of Pittsburg. RAMSEY , " WASHINGTON. Sept. it— The feavy department this afternoon ap pointed Rear Admiral Francis l: \i.i --f aey, retire-, as the third member cf the Schley court of Inquiry to suc ceed Howison. Tbe court will resume Monday. JAIL RULES The superior Judges and Pherlf? Cull he* hSVS least's B#a ,-j* Ing waa temporarily t5;?.!,..' i.-,-,, * retalateg hoypital today, fntted etatas Cu*torri* Inspector T. —. rish ar was examining 10<> Japsseas that earn* into this city frem Vancouver thle mornin...

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. — 14 September 1901

'pin: Only Paper In 1 Seattle That Dana to Print the News : I I vol a. >*0. 171. EXTRA EDITION ML GREAT CATASTROPHE WHITE STAR DOCK NO. 4 COLLAPSES THIS MORNING-A NUMBER OF PEO PLE ARE BELIEVED TO BE UNDER THE WRECK—EFFORTS AT RESCUE RETARDED BY THE GREAT MASS OF DEBRIS—THRILLING ESCAPE OF FRED ALLEN—CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT STILL A MYSTERY A 10 o'rtoek «*** morning on* j t ; ef thenxwi startling calamine* that > q ka* bsppened In Seattle for >.*nj„ secerred. The new White Star dwX j st the loot *l Bane . elre*t» col- j apaed. and ike hug* structure, be**- j Uy leaded as it was. sank Into tbej* 1 ll is Mtunattd at I. » time, that r * several persons lest their lues la th- J l catastrophe. !l I c LATER-Ten minutes before !•:•• J „ clock the White Star deck st the \ B feet ef «"*neea street, pier No. i, --ol- j „ lapsed. This dock wss beamy load, j(, ed with stored hay, lies*, eeraent and j other goods itXtta team In all). It is aot yet known bow many lis** II j n say. were lost...

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