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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 26 April 1899

* T TOM REED'S SUCCESSOR May Be Sherman of New York. M'KULEY MID TO FAVOR UIJI Ntaklna, of Illinois, Nat a Strong Fotlo«lH( 111 the Watt and n«r o«t it. •WABTHNYJTO.V, D. C April »- Thr poliiU'al rxprrta are now at work Raurinx out th* •irrnislh uf th» v*n..u« Mt4MMM for ap*ak»r of th* »*xl houa* of rrpr<*a*ni« "\Vhll* Thomaa 11, HcvJ has ptlllX rntly rrfu»<M to ailmi! th* accuracy o( ilii> raporta that be la la r»tlr*. It la th» prevailing imp) ««loii here that h* will w Ithvtraw from ''■"■ «• Th* frirn.|« of *rni«ll<« 1 Hher man. of Nr» Tork. ar* MMNI •>•" »ill »><■ cho*«n aprak«r. Th- > «n --n.>un. ■ that If la lv b« th* admin l«tntiliin candidate; that Ileprwent atlv* r*yn* uf th* a*m* alate wtll not eunteat th» hunur; that hi» cum l'.ii«n «11l b* nianaar I by Ih * •drnlt puilttclana. t*«n.K..r I'tatl an.l (Wnator Hanna. anj that h* wul »■••' rreciv* th« aupport at Ms X.. >l. who l» fipnixl M control UH N»w Ki.k lan! deUcatlon for him. The flatit mm...

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. — 27 April 1899

1 m It) I*, i t . i|» a Munis Ui Mail at I \oi.. i. ON THE VERGE OF COLLAPSE Is the Rebellion of the Filipinos Agui naldo Ready to Treat for Peace. LATEST STATEMENT FROM MANILA Many Telegrams of Interest Gathered From Cities of the Wide Wide World. NEW, YORK. April 27.—The Evening Journal's Manila special today says: The revolt of the Filipinos against American authority appears to be on the verge «i collapse. Agulnaldo, according to the rtport of the Filipino commission in Manila, is now conferring with his cabinet concerning peace overtures. The next advance of the American troops w ill bring about the absolute surrender of the rebel forces. A let-ling til hopelessness is spreading throughout the Insurgent army. On the. other hand M.thini and Luna are seeking 'n every way to prolong hostilities. They Insist that resistance shall continue and attempt to cheer their men with highly colored tales of American disaster. The common people are, however, strongly in favor of peace. An esc...

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. — 27 April 1899

• THE SEATTLE STAR I .tii Rtteituxm >v.«\t SimiUy, K. 11.. UKLt». I t f. ill ADR, W»tr»*. j hiiMu MtMcrn in;« real f+t n-ftx *** e»-nu i*r '* »*■ . #i Hiii^i -w renu v>* r innnlti ditlffrr<l t< ..,•,-. ilurii lv . . ..I. .■ No Iroa «. I r. Telephone l»il«r» ISO. ■ >nun >» I Tot A • T~Ti"iiii r^| Attune lk'ilt'l rl lf"|i.ilof"r«i.l »«.<UI», \\«i!i!u£. tstt« «• •> > < "•* > ■-»• m«tfer. T.if remtrkable i>i>- lu-.um ut In which Captain CognUn. Of 111, --cruller llalel«h, tlnda hlinaeU today la j'rjinl.Sy without parallel In the history of th* country. Threaten ed with the toss of hit ii.it coin roan.l befsuas of *<>m« ttfier-dlnner ii m.irks conpcrnlns th« Germans nt Manila at which Umperor WilU.un haa taken umbr«g*. the rnit.un. a the first of the conquering h. i •< * to return from Dewey'a iquadmn. i. scheduled to lead • triumph*) !""■ ce«ston today In Phtladcli'hU at tli« unveiling of the Oraut e.|Ui's:rUn statue, and In the presence o...

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. — 27 April 1899

SO ISOOH FOBJDAY His Friends Are Not McKinley's. ._- — ipjHMsnilTlOX is \CAI\ST HIM '_ flppainimmnl of Quay II lon.itur Mai Hot I a.a to Hi. H.lu:n to Power. ■WABIIINOTON. April S?.~Th* ap foiiitiui'iit of .1-s.ii.ii.r Quay by OoVi Kton* haa atlrr*il up iHilltlral WaahsnKton. Many intllttrlan* think ih<> fuvtrnw haa m,«, 1- a (.»>i « m.ivr. Th* |Tr.■•••(.iit» and thy ronatllullon of IVttnaylvanU •••■III to !• • .1C Ull-t th* n.si-rri.fr. i>r.!y !.i«t lVLmiiy Ih* **nat*. by a vot* of is to I*. »• fu«. .1 to arji Mr. c?orb*tt of Orvgßin. l*.»r!irr caa*a arc tho** of K. i >.■>- Johna of l>«lawar« In irvi th* l..ui man ciw of KB) Mantl* uf Montana In ivji. an.) All.ii of Waahll Thou* rut! am on alt four* with Quay* a. Th* arnat* udlclary commlttr* h«ld then that failure by th* Ivclalaturn ta • !••< t did n -I rr**t* «uch a va cancy aa th* federal i-iii'lltuti n • uih.'fii. • |iilftll.>r< to nil Th* ronatttutlon ef r*nnaylvanU **■>* «h«n a vacancy orcura ...

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. — 27 April 1899

4 ifiil . L\ ItLOOl) The Tragedy of a Haunted House. ft.UNH.M Kills Ills IMRhtl, ■n« It Stain by the Sam* Rnif* With Whloh Ha Murf*r*« Hit Victim. RAnUNO, 8. i. April •■»•• It OaaaMf It In Jail ik-it >!i ii-'- 1 «llh th» murder of Frank W. II ;•;•» April 1 Ilia J< (raw I. that the mm* waa commlttnl by a man al r*a<ly nearly fly* yrars In hta srav*. The realdeßla of lh« n<-:«Jit>.ih •■• t r.tr no firmly convinced of •otnethlna •up*rn«tural In th* Kill lit- that It ta doubtful U -» jury ran tv f ■■.ml In in* country to convict a prliuner who altage* aurh manlfratatlona. In the aummer nt \ttl ileppe and Thomaa l)arb*r f.-m..-1 a, parterr •hip. bouirht a "bunch" of rattle and enca("J •>> buninrca aa ramhmro. Both «rcr« barhelura and liv I In a vodhouae elevto iiii.m north of thta lace. Tut two y»ara th»y «■>! on w»ll to irether. Then -i dtipute aro»> <-.n --rcrnlna* • division of proflta. Hepp* left the ranch and rammeiioed ""it «4i«ir.»i hi* partner fur an...

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. — 28 April 1899

♦♦♦♦♦♦<♦♦*>♦♦ Itvriity-fti> Onli a Month * ft Vail ft r«itiif <• VOL, I. TREATING - FOR PEACE Filipino Envoy Confers With General Otis Today in Manila. - AGUINALGO IS SICK OF FIGHTING President WlcKinley Sends a Cablegram of Congratulations to Otis and the Army Under His Command. - ________ " ' mi ' ■' ii i i i Manila, April 28.—The Filipinos have had enough of war with the Americans. Today through their laid ers they opened negotiations for peace. Their inten tions were heralded In the dispatches sent yesterday. Aguinaldo's chid of staff. General Luna, has been authorized to conduct the negotiations. He has hereto fore been one of the most irreconcilable of the insurg ents and has been regarded by the Americans is intract able. Nevertheless he sent one of his colonels today to the outposts of General Macarthur's troops, under i flag of truce, requesting an armstice until i treaty of peace could be arranged. The colonel said that he had been empowered to conclude the pre...

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. — 28 April 1899

a THE SEATTLE STAR t R ( Inn «n«ru*un f«*r» *iisit»y, X.IUWCUA ir-r, hiasr I.MTt>«. I l'i-:s>>. M >->..i» *'i»# r*nt v'l --M* ; >iV r«iit* pi *M. rf i»t«i> Ht» »au ftt »mmh iWUwr*<l ti lonlti*. •;«•!• Ml •.Uitiu.'. Nu if, rnytafc Talaphono PtUn || on', pa \,. t !•! ~ riiird »*•»«• >utiinl »\ ili. !*■•!. ft?,. «t -. hi;.. *\ !»• in^ i« it. •* n'.i'inl 1 :».. tttfttler. DAY OF JUDILCC. There- will be a grand jtibikv in .ml. when the Washington volunteers come sailing home. As lighters in the Philippines thc-y have m.i!. themselves world ft mous. Over three hunJred of these men are citizens of Seattle, Nothing CM b« too good l"i them when they j»f t bacU. The ques tion ■•! expansion has nothing to do with this in.titer. It will be a greeting to the men who have faithfully, heroically done their duty M the field of battle and have never allowed the stars and stripes to be r.■ > d in the dust. Many of them hAve tvvn wounded in the service, but it ha-- always...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 28 April 1899

TO DRIVE OUT FAKE MEDIUMS Those Having the True Power in Session in Indiana. ANDKnSON. Ind., April :».-r«r •ii m! ta U call alleged to rtaw b**B Uaurd fmm th* aplrll world by •ptr- II 1r,.-«i.i)U-« ta ittrfrrviit leader*, « ji Him; Us. in against itumaeu dim* li> "I'll it'i.di iii by linpuatora. lll'' manager* of th* Indiana, Illtnolii. Ohio, Kentucky, Michigan, Wlacon •iii. MtaaMt and ivini»>iv.uiu «*• atH-taii.'iin at., in >.•»:. In III.' clly. Th* Brat *ti |.» i,. i., takrit by thl* meeting ar» ttt throw cundttlxn* •round th* camp* and n««.>.i.u. 'n» •o that fraud will b« r.-4ti.-.«l tv> a minimum. .Mm ■<! all vplrUuallata will agrv* that th« «il.- } i..l <••«- 1 ea of warning from th* aptrlt world that mor* that half •>( the m^llum* j'rai-llclng In th.< rmi.-l Htalc* ar* fraud*; that many of ih<>*« rrmatn- Ing ahould b« barrrd frunt pi.«. is. •• for v-arlout reaaun; that rvally th* iryr medtuma ar* in th* mtnoHty. Th*l plan to operate *g«lu*t th«...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 28 April 1899

J CORPSE IS mum Astounding Discov ery at Niagara. HOM.W IS TITHED 10 STOKE Id* Committal Suicide In !••• •n* H.i Sine* I*l4 in Lima itana Oround. XlAOAn.\ rAUA April —On th* rvjnoTal of th* body of Mr*. Hie |>h«-n CoIUM from Bt. Mar>'« cfme t»rjr In thin city In Kali % I c«m* tcry. Ni.Mi.ii* rail*. Ont., II «..- ili« rovrre<l that th* body «•»« pctrlfl*J *.» p»rf<Milv that th* feature* «*r* •a»lly r.-<v«nlic.l by frl«n<ll of th* «5»mJ woman. Mr« >-„lllna. th* wlf* of a «r*IMo •o Inah commlllMl *ulrlJ* In th* tii.mth of March. Mi Hh* rut her throat «lth aMM llurial In con ••crated sr.'Util MM r.-rui-.-.1. nil tl Wa* tat*rr*4 in a iMMIa corner of ■ l Mary* churchyanL «*v*rai years •».> lh» f»r.w b»- t»e*n Hi Uary'a cemetery and the Jewish cemetery «v broken dowa •nd • dispute aroa* whether th* re main* of th* woman re*te<] In the Catknlio or J^wiah ajpaajaji Th!* preyed upon the mind of her hus band. Stephen •\>um«. •■> mil- •-• that tu> died »l« we...

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. — 29 April 1899

♦ T»t i.ty-fiv r Ctittt • Metth ♦ v Ml Malt at Carrltr • ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦♦««♦♦♦♦ VOL. I. A ROUSING WELCOME IS ASSURED When the A'oluntccrs Return From Manila. THE CITIZENS OF ONE MIND All of Them Declare in Favor of a Public Subscription, FOR FIREWORKS, MUSIC, FEASTING 3layor Humes and Other City Officials Approve It. SOME VERY NOVEL PUNS ARE PROPOSED One Contemplates a Mock Battle at a Lake Washington Park, the volunteers to Storm and Capture (^alumpit—General Feel in That the Preparations Should he Commenced at Once. "Let M h-rve a bis celebration by all means when the Wash- Ington volunteers come home," said Mayor Humes trm m«>rnmg. '• The thing t<> do i> to secure many small subs, riptions to a fund and then buy enough gunpowder and bombs to do the celebration act up in pood shape. The people of Seattle will all contribute. The volunu-ers can probably Irave the Philippines soon after peace Is declared. There is every indication that the boys will be here «oon." " 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. — 29 April 1899

•-• THE SEATTLE STAR E. i Him a, r»i:atit »\.ir MmM *4f«i>i Miii.U) 111. WEU-K, I f. V. .n »■ iHtn | inn MARAOIII *'i" 1.1 lorllll «M HHII |« r Kli-IIIH JrlU.-lr 1 l» r«irl.l». •!«•)• .11 KInUM Nu li. .< Tolnnhono Plko ISO ftmrv* So. 1101 ■ • 11.1..1 liriinr taMtol •< the |<mtu(nr*M Hraiil*. Waittliif '. n a- «Hi»il<Ull Biikllaf, Ju4Rlnc from th# •»pr»«»l.>nt mad« to tha Star toitay by a lame numbrr of prominent cltlttßS. BoatUt will rala* a fun.l for » M| cclibratlon on «hr day »li. t> th* Wa»hiniH-in volun- i-ra com* horn* from Manila. Tfctr* mm i.i !>«• but one vole* In ifir matter. ai.i that i» In tnak* th* w.li..iii.' rtwrb«rato from Ih* la« • 4.1. «to th* Olympic*. Th* ntrca •iijr for • commlttc* to look afirr th* d«tall* at th* affair 1» tjr*«d) up. parent. Thcra la non« too much tiro* ahead tor proper preparation*. Th* U»»hln»tnn volunterra are known round th« MM M int.iil flcbtera. Day after day they hay* led th* rh«r«>« In th* l»hlllppln«« and ha...

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. — 29 April 1899

NEARLY DEAD FROM HANGING Negro Who Stole a Purse Strung Up, .N'KW YOUK. April S*.-!n Tall man's, a hamlet In ii« i Itamapn mountains •uf Itockiand munty. It. ltradlry, a neirro, ace used l»»l Tvira tl-iv of atcatlna * |... k.i1.....K con t.ii.-.i-.iß }tt, was chasm! Into the wood l.y a hi >!> at lej m.ti and flunlly causht. | They first brat him badly, ami then a ikmm mad* with tt r»p« was slipped over tile neck. Trrmb l'.ii». and praying be was itracgttd to a tall elm, and hli.. efforts wrn. I'-'inK luad* lo throw the n>i» over a limb s-xii cane shouted "llurn him nt the stak*." II %(f «.! >«i men got wood and •a many mnr« prtvluced ntalc-hes, whiif Uradley f. ll »n hi* I « dumb with horrur. nut lh« m •.) ■> it>• favored hanging. Half id.- country side bad beard tho tumult by thl» lime, and on the edgis of th* crowd around th quaklnit negro «. r. wo men and llttl* children. tranafUed ■with f«ar. Htruggltng and m-rc»m- Inc. Itradley waa led under the tre* and up In...

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. — 29 April 1899

- 4 SECT IN INDIANA THAT CLAIMS TO WORK MIRACLES i KOKOMii, lad, April zx—.\ n«w rvllKloua i«it, eallad lh* church >'f Itollntaa, hll tw«n ritablt*he4 at .New u>niio», ilow«r<l c>Hintr. with • mrmbvrahtp of 41. h->lf « hli.- »n I halt (Minir.i. «hlch elaltus th> pajwlf | lv r^rforni mlt«iU-i, tv.ii t.- r.u»- Inn from the .1.-.-v.l. A wrek us • C. K-h«irr, 1 youth it th* neighbor h.i.vl. »*■ lnjurr.l la 1 runaway and «■• aupiHwrU t« !><• a«ad. Th* Holln«aa peopi* not inmn 1 klin anil prayed, 11. ■.1 '•. h*tl afi ar •ntljr l»ft th* ka4) of th» tmv. but th.-> continued Mi* auppllratlona for hour*. wh*n th« auppMMtl .l« «■! i—v »p>nril hi* »yri .ml In a f*w inln* UtMl m«» up walking »r«<umt This *llrc»<t *ut»la>ilU!ii>ii of th* rlaltna or th* aect t>« r.-«i i<• lif» la rrvaaed th*lr .|.'!n««. and It > now l<ru< lititnnl tr.in th* li.m»,-i •!« that I r 4><-r mil faltb will acromi>l!»h rv rrylhinit. Laat Hundty th-> took...

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. — 1 May 1899

I»trty-lU» CrnU a Month li Mall •> Carrttt \O] . I. RAVENNA PARK HAS BEEN CLOSED ————— Placards Posted Up Warning People Not to Trespass on the Grounds. President Beck, of the Park Association. Begins a War on the Third Street Electric Line. War ha» tM*n iln-l»r<-.l M««n in* ll»v*mi» Para aaauclat!>n ami th* rntU|¥mriti or th« Third StfvtUnl Suburban »!rilrl<- r.u.l. I Hun-U)' \t*.ti>r* la th* park »fr.< confronted by hi« rrlntti) ilgna on yvllow mrJb Mr.t. dcclwrlnc tb*l "tbl* la 1 ■•!• property and all i»r •on* iiui«i k»«p on under penally of proMcuttoa." Ttir n4ii* «.■ 1 !,»«.•!. «n4 a >uuli!uin '*•• rtported to b« lurklnc about la ib» orlvan nwika •allina to tufa any unwary prraon who might imi'iM within th* forM4<t*o prmclncta. The atrr*t railroad company ran It* car* a* u«u»t to th* |>I>| of Itavrnna park and <lurap<-l Ita p*ascn«er*. but 011 not furnlah them with pcrmita to rater. That «■• ».ni»ihin« that th« railroad pvopl* could col do. T...

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. — 1 May 1899

2 THE SEATTLE STAR i,i.wiimcti..r»m>iii ► »•>• anemeaa eietpl >ua4ay. r. 11.. M I.», "! I C CHARS. lima ! , fevainati llmun «'»• reeit t*' c..|» • » "no r*i »••», rl '■»»!> •ill. r*> »>«>«"> o»ll«r»>l ► . r•Ir1 ri >. al«.>i i* lilino X* tn» rerl'L . . ■ Telephone *»lU*» 180. -■' Ha.« V» HOT - - mini J>«»tiii» I *ur<il Hi lti« r .,.i;.|... I «..hi. »..• tat tw, ■» irroixUltu matter. The Increased foreign trad* of th* Unit*] Btat*s during the last fiscal year I* strikingly altown In th* re port recently prepared for the Agri- : cultural! department on* the growth ' •f our *irri> ult'jr-it (xporta. I Th*ae , amounted In UM to tU(.MT,»II. as compared with agricultural *xport» of tui.«;i.l» in I'ST. Th* proportion of thla class of exports to the latal rose from MS] per cent. In 1*8? to Tt.H per rent in th* lam flacat year. The interruption of foreign com- ! mere* due to the war la Indicated In a, decrease of II per cent, In our Im port* last year...

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. — 1 May 1899

WASHINGTON \ CREAMERIES Prove a Profitable Industry in Kittit.s County. tIJ.KNBDUHO, Waih., llay I.— P'v.'ii y«ar» a«o thu first ,i, MMff was established In Kltllut .-..111111 II was a antall hand separator, with a dally >■*! i. it of :,n i«mn,U •■< butter. Of to thla time nothing but ranch butter had been mad* In Ik* valley, and few people at th* time Ihr •*•( separator was established dreamed of the Chang** a few r«ar« would bring about In <!»!• buslnesa. which la now considered one of th* moat profitable In4uatrl*a ' of the ' state. Many chance* ha\r taken plac* In the manufaetur* of dairy, prod, ucta in this *cctlon*stnc* th* first hand separator »m put In. Thli ma ' v i him- was discarded for a power ap> • Varatua some tlm* at.\ but In II waa . found th* first embodiment of the l>rlnolpal of centrifugal fore* to be applied to th* separation of cream from milk. "This principal la still th* chief factor In Ih.' btialn.-aa. but It Is applied with m.>r* modern ma ...

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. — 1 May 1899

1 mum lET m ; Ready for the State '. Convention. V !PBEIHIWB\ m,\\Mi ix HELD 9tjt j „, - _ - Urn Mori Mlttloil Will hm Held Halt Sundij t* P«r(«ot th« -s «rr»nf*m*nt». Th» iTfrarntlotn for' the Slat* <"!ir!»tl»rt Knjtavnr roi\ventt9o tn 'ihl* clly* next Jan* a**' Mne a.i l**ly ]>i'»hi'tl. • 1.-<«t fvnslna then »ra* ti*4.l «> I'ljm.niih CVn*rr < »(',-mi , «i . hun-h th« first of •»«•.-!.■« of Hunday .tvtatna* martin** *t en tlriwnri. 1 ivllmlnar-jr (.> Iti- • ■Ist* iWHIISf,* TJl* «>hJ(<Cl "Ul*iJ WM tfl '{rail mifntiin t.>,»!;# i>i.im f.»r tb* <tmv»nl|c!\, sr 1 U» nfwui"* IHiMlf In. *;Ttpi eAhreh waa, crowije4»t<>'tb» ■Aoofc; «-t n« «ni.«t ' enthuUxm » m « mansr.*i*.| br the Jlpndntt* of >oun« j>it-ni» ami uUur« «h. \«»r« prv«-- Cn*tQ« iMilforra <•»- f • ' anJ «n ■ • buntlps r«pr*a*ntiiui th» Mpn it ih» t'.'K. »fr» f^m.~>p<nl about tha »rr»l ««»»■ «hll» lh« •ytnt*.! -C. li" »a» <Hnpl3]T«4.m * jis-iWenut i4t"» !* Uk" ml.lUafc I&g...

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. — 2 May 1899

Twrnt>tiv* Cfßtt ■ Month • » Mill ■> Ciftln Vt>| . I FIRST STEP IS TAKEN The City Council Passes a Resolution Providing for a Grand Cele bration in Honor of the • First Washington Volunteers. Th« city MMI I mi night tnwiinly p««»<-l th* fallowing r*n-Mn tl.m railing \-;--n the i-"l t- ■■' imi city to unit* la « Irani patriotic d«mun*traUsi) upon id* day when Ih« \v«»hin«t»n volunteer* return horn*: "Whereas, th* Wjuhlngton lateen now In th* Philippine* are ■ •oon l» <••■ muMerml out of ».n u■<• and ill return to thrlr horn** «fvl "»h"i«i. they ti i\.- «<in • world-»l4* rvputalloa for bravery on th* p. '. e( battle irl have brought re noun .to th* stale of Washington, «ll I t : **\Vh?reaa, •■■me e»p*etal recognition ahould b* given th«ra on Ih* day of thelr arrival, now liirtif •!>•, 1 \<r tt r.- .i\, 1. That the city MMI of tb* city of Seattle fe.l* that it MM th» icntlnKnti of th* enltr* community in ll* deaire to wo honor to the Waoblngtan votunKvra, ani...

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. — 2 May 1899

1 THE SEATTLE STAR £ H WELLS I CO.. I'lliittm >.»•!» He. - ttrept »<iß«»y. ■ II »ll ' itr. rii.xßK, klwa I Hi »!>»•• M «■..«•• ok* rent r*' TTI »•• renu r»' ■»••' rt I»»BI» »»e r<i - |<er niuiiih .l»lHii.-.| K. r«ill«is «:«•)• In •-w.ii... *» lie* Talaphona f»iu» ISO. Mm No. Hut ■ • mini »«»■• Intiml m t!.i> |v.t»nii-<i .1 K«ltle. « ••M«« ton. a* tewmii-cUa mint. The action ol the city council last night in unanimously P- Iss ing a fcsolution i.i prepare for a big celebration on the d*y when the Washington volunteers re turn here from Manilu, h right in line with popular sentiment "I the community. lln movement in favor of a celebration has taken such a pronounced stupe as to indicate that there is .i uni versal demand for it on the part of the people. The Washington volunteers have gained a renown in the war that has caused their fame to be carried to the very confines of civilization. Braver troops never fought, and their astonishing per* form Alices will form...

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. — 2 May 1899

WILD liSili: OF I IABY Caught Up by Run away Horses, <ir,Klrim^l;lO4kSj\< 111 l 11,0 ' • Months. Old Dick l,nch Will H«»» Somathlnc to Tell of la itWr VtVr*. CIUCAOO. ItL. May 1,-ltunaway I-.,.!■•.-» Impaled a baby rarrlaitv on the pole of a truck v irf.n >, .(., ,i I, •ml •«un« down Kr - atrret fur lw,» li|.vk« at ih.ir mom rurimia i .1. .• The mother of the baby ...-, vi.mi of the ■'"•If atood IB th» atrwt ,«n.l !u.<kiHl un a MM In hvrmr, «■*. 1•<•> mm rv»rv Inaant l» «■■.■ ih.> fra *'.!.- wh.. )<• (all and t» rniahedi 1.. - nraltt tii,. animal*' fe*t or th» »n ■•:« of the (won. llui ih* i:i!.iiif« n.-> tv miH although l-.ih of IU I. •:« ».Tf broken. Th* Injured child I* four montha old and la •hr aun of iti<-h*i 1 Lynch of TS Huron «:r.- ! lv *acape rr<mi 4e«th la attributed to a arcmlnKly nlraeutoua circum*t*nce. \. ih* runaway « won colttdrd will th* lit ti* v*hlcl* th* pot* p«nelrat*d dl rvctly throuch th» c«nt*r of th* . ir rlair* and ptnn*4 t...

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