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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 19 June 1899

FAREWELL, OLD IK Now Take Your Last Fond Look ih»\iiii«,i;ii\..i;ws..n\iiiii Tb* Automobile Mat Oat You en the Run for the Dark Sh*d*s el Oblivion. riUCAaO, June IT,— v , r will be running In Chlcago'e street* j lya-tors>' Alia—** te — %tt _ to see tbem lira:. but ii, territory they will travel will be extended aa th* atresia are Improved. The routes tax tared tor Ih* beginning are! Michigan avenue eouih to Jack sain park via Haiti.-! I park and a, Slid. - "*■*»• ' '■?9&* mßtMßga in. art liouisvaral. Orand boule vard and iUrilt-1,1 boulevard. North tthore drive and the striata eaiat ot _. dalle avenue and north to and through Lincoln park. Washington *n4 Jackson boule vard*. Ashland and \Ve»i*rn avenura and West si* lis ni slreet. The first public stand for th* au tomobiles will be a! Iks au-ilioriuni hotel, and the fare to be char-real will be IS rent* for each two mile* traveled. Th* Siudebaker company of Soulh Ilarnd. Ind.. has received 11.-00.000 In orders for sul<>...

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. — 19 June 1899

•I THE 1.11.H.0 is mm With a Crowd of K.ondikers. SHE BKIM.N $200,000 l\ COLD Word ta That trite Just R.e.in.d by Ths Stir From Van co-.ir, •. c. VANCOm'EH. IV 0 June IS.— special to the Star.—Tbe steamer Dlrlgo —as arrive.l hero with a large number of klasndikens on board who hate at let—st SSW.OO*. Th* I.ingo Will arrive el Seattle about 11 o'clock to*.l__t> RAILROAD PERSONALS. I* It. nay. general tralti- manager for th* White Pass A Yukon railroad, left 1,-lay for a trip to Portland, As> lone and th* Uray's harbor coun try. me. A 11. H. MfOowan. general agent ' for the Whit*. Pas* A Yukon at Van* cotivrr. -aaaanapstnte- by hi* wife, I* ta the cliy today. • • • 11, O. lUIUtw. city passenger agent for the Northern i'aclne. returned to hla desk today. • * • A. D. sT-hartlon. assittant general passenger agent for th* Northern Pacific, accattnrsaniral by bis family. Will leave tor Alaska this -vetting ... Cards are out announcing Ihe mar- | Stage at Evan it or,. 111., af I*. J. ...

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. — 20 June 1899

Ttataty.fvß Cat. * Month a, Malt .. i,.,i„ VOL, _. ANOTHER BIG PLAN! Which Is Soon to Be Located ii Seattle by Theo. Ludgate. j ACTING FOR CHICAGO CAPITALISTS Milling Enterprise at Smiths Cove Which Will Give Employment«- to Eight -I. Hundred Men. am - i, to. lav, one „, th . _,_, •M Industrie, m,, „„ mlll.n, line c«» Ih* Pacific coast It win h. ... „,„,,. that wat »r*ctK«U» driven tun of Vancouver. __*.<*•* °** to 'he -|„a-,ti,.„ of „.,. •em --.list, resident* who said that It* *et.l.il.s. N t on , ._._,, m 2_T__!_*-__• entrance of the har bor would "spoil , hr -.„ i 9 Thecal l.ate. ■_•-) '. build l!™l?,._*?**, **• **** mill hen. »<*• wdtnjr to new* received in the city **»'« .riertwoe. I. at present In Bt. l-wsil. «*onferrln« with th- at. North* _-_T ,lr o *-*«-*l» "" r**T*rtl to th* mm term. _„ „„„„, of _ _„„ bk. frimitta company near Umlih'* ___• Tee new* received today states : *-_--"»-' ■•nnliell* thai Mr. l-ulsate „,. . .... . , „, - , (Mdc turn l"** *««**•■- Peeisl*. 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. — 20 June 1899

.1 — THE SEATTLE STAR I. B. a tIU > CO., rB61l««- _[J_ Itrir •ftarn-aaa «te«pl Bandar. r 11. will* IK. 1. t 11 ASK. lintel ! IliMuMniiii. I „* , s„l pit 1 .'1 a i .It realt per .re. tt t.r.,1. la, ... . re r raouttl il.llartat.l By mail or tal I tail So tree voeiet. 1 sWlWprsaOn.* t-s,^» 10.0 «lWr-» N*. not - - Ttsls.l Ay—BBS 11.1.1..1 sl His j-.... -,-.., 111. Wsahlnf. 'an. s. »«-t,nsl-tI.M Millir. II look* Ilk.- war between Ureal Britain ami the Mouth African lie public England baa taken a powi -11. from which ah* will And 11 dim. cult lo recede, an.! the Tvan»taal It commit ted to th.. unyielding policy of President Knurr. Neither party to th* dispute makes any concllllat* ory pretense In It* hurried pi, in stems for war Great Britain I* •ending fresh troops ami munitions ef war by every steamer; the Trans vaal army, largely composed of vi.i -nicer*, every man of which I* a •harptshooter, has been In I——Masai for weeks. - The rumor that the United Mine* Baa been asked or la to...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 20 June 1899

fmm in RECEIVED Asking for a Spec- ial Election. TovoTEoymxicir.i!.ovv.\Eß.s!iir Cily Council Rtcal.tt and Ral.rt It to * Committee Other Important Matter*. A cltlarna' peiltlon lining 1 too name*, fsvurlng the submission ef ths ID year franchl** to « popular j vote of the peopl. at c special else, lion, was ttisrttasa-d pro, and con. at toe counsel -i*eil S i.at night. Th* petitioners a«k. the ceurtsr! to rs. fuse to .ram any consul Ida ltd aire.. railroad franchlie until at the earli est practical time the .(ret «-. of the city vote on th. qu.si.ain of city aiwnenthlp and operation of alrs-ci railways." , After a wsrtn tie. uoilon th* petl* tloo was referred lo th- roinmiliev oa corp.irations. A fell providing that Ilea b, sppro priate.l toward lh* d.-. oration and li himlnallttn of in* etrtela on the .•.Hirui ,* July, met with „__„ „ approval. __ . ins—hi** ot th* Automatic Telephone company wa* taken from Ihe hands ef lh* corporal! ia commit tee, aad referred to a apwlal commit....

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 20 June 1899

4 MOTHER ABDUCTION Said to Have Taken Place In St.Louis BABY ASRttUNSITH IN JIbSKG An Cl*..n Daft' Search Fall* ts find th* Mitatag Child. •T. LAMM*. Mat.. June M.-li** tlmby Arraamtth been kklnappedT Ilea Robert Arrwsmiih been murder. cd* Th.—« questions are brought up by the continued sl—-nee of llobert Ar raaralth and hie 1-yrar-—ld da ugh ' tst*. Eleven day* nave passed (inc. ltt-tss-ri Arr t.nitih and hre little girl earn* lo at. Louis from Belleville. Th. Bt. I. sif. police and dttrctlvs force have be*,*., ir—lK-tr.. ;»*-*,»—s tti-iwm - -Veiii * Trlol the least trace of Ibe—' wh..r,-.t!i sins has b*s*n dlscovereil. An i.mllit • I.rid* end ''I,*, who Br. best ao.ualntel with htm *ra>ul the Idea that he detlberat.ly went . ••I'. They are convinced that he has Bret »Mh foul play. They believe that the little girl It—, been kidnap. ' ped. Arrtsunlth bad law on his person when he left hi* bom* near Belle villi*. Th* roll he carricl wen large enough ! • attract attention and arti...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 21 June 1899

E__3 T 111. :; S EATTLE STAR !Z=3 LelTimtmsmi JL XJL X-J K-5 JE-e-l J[-1\- -Xr jf__L JL-J-JLJ. [kj c .-L -_L__L.A\U $**~»»*~~»*>~»~w —_M————fcia_—__————,'_——l■_■__>-Hri—es-aa——a—■a——r_H———■ i_»_.a-tr-n it^Ti.i.nanl-rr—iiT'nny-....,. „,._■- i t- SSSSSSS22 VOL. I. USERS ARE All SUED Seven Men Shot as a Result. OLTCOJIE OF JL! l,.Ht\t STllkE Imported Macro. Ciui.d All th. Troabls—Tks| Will leave f.r Their Hornst. -VAXSVI-lfE. In.l June 11.—The •*alnr*__»'.i. e .__ r ,_o.-s- tine—* I'h.is* early this maarnlne. «h«n li ImiMartral nrsrs, miner* were *inbti*h. cat by unknown men. rWt.n -s*r eons w.r* shu three ..f whom may tile. Th. injured ware: Jat .Moor*, bookkeeper. Sunny*!.* mine; John r*hili|s|,f—. _„ C_ea nth. n..ro eilnrrs. all of whom may •!!.. IM. Oeigtr,' white; Wm. Anderson, Arch Car and Ned i. u.h colored. It*** badly hurt The mar,.! w*r* be- '• lac driven i,> th.- mm.* by Moore and il-if-r .anal while paiilnt a va cant lot. volleys were Bred from th ambush. Several n...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 21 June 1899

2 - THE SEATTLE STAR i.i. *-»--* * ■-*- f***-***'-' ~ -_.. .. . --■■-...■... »t.i> •turn.a.a rtrspl Sun.lst K. 11. »lll> IK. _. . II ASK, 111.' I Itt sis* Mssni. fit* real p.l eery i it* unit p»r meek. .1 i-tislta, rrnl. Irr mollis tlvlltsrw.l ly stall ot .•Hills. Sis lie* cop-»» _ ■'„, 0 ■ i , . . „■ .I—. ,i. „..■'...,.'■ .1 ........ r.l.phora. —,I.— ISO, • tsr... >.. i lot • • Third 1,5... I ....... the pe.lemr* at Isratll*. » .alilii, . ten, •• wa-s'll'l-s Isas i.istl.s An Englishman. Htr Benjamin C. lli.ssn.- v ruing In th* National He view, calls attention to th,' iiuesllon of American competition with Km* land In lb* engine-ring trade. ll* remarks that llnaltshnien go so far as to complain that their "englnter- Ins manufacturers are las-kins In energy and tntcrprlae," ami that their workmen "are declining In skill. ' and thai, speaking generally, lh. ___|__ "are lapsing Into an In* fen..r position to he Americans." Uetlevlne* that where there I* Smash. there must be s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 21 June 1899

ills 1 111 llk 1117 **" Mr" ■ Starts Is In a feeble on II I 111 lIII V ''!'l"» ■"""' say. the '"'"' " "'" It'll 11l IF '1 II 111 1 assuiili on her wa -„.,i robbery, as ""II .1,11" .■ls. 1,11 1 aaault on her was not rubbery, m» 111.. 11, I I* he would leave. Mrs. ROB* ay ne iMiinriii /\ at '*^," hi ,h'' widow of Tinnitus ltnherta II Ii 11 -111' I ,||_ V "'''' "si'is-al v years In in- United Khali 1 10a **r"*' l*' ""' ■TrdOS of Ttl'ltliis lo'lss II - IK FI lllh "*""""' Held Last Night at Ranke Hall. 11 ADDRESS BY *„..!. " Ht'JIKS Two Camp Fire* to ts Halt) This laming to Bocommodals •II tha Visitors. The Joint reception of lh. Orand Army en.! the *!-**__gl'gi amjlu'lit-.*, Cl that great organisation, held last evening at Hank.- hall, proved a J great success. The site of the hall was Inadequate ta contain the crowds Basking admission. IlUt few Beats were placed un Ihe tl.-or. that I greaier number mlghl be accom ■nodaled In the spare thus saved. Th, exercises opened with the Singing ,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 21 June 1899

•I FEDERATION OF CLUBS An Excursion On the Sound. Vi-iM Willi l\ SESSIO3 TOD.U The Annual Addrss* Dsllvered by the PretiSsßt, Mrs. Stict, ft T.st**'* Usstles ..."•■"■ The morning sets-inn ,if th* Wash* In*l,|i But* KVdcrallsjn of Women's clubs, was occupied largely by th. rvpurls of Ihe various clubs. Tti*»* showed .i remarkable growth .1 Hal l rv-.-stlty during the past tear, truncheon Bos tairt.il at noon by th. Women's clubs tat Braille Th. excursion on lh. lak* this tnnrnlni* tat a dtllgbtful affair. lb* cloudy aa.aiti.i not prevtntlng a larg. number of the la-He* fi at* attainting. Cars were taken on lb- Madison »tr..i line, *t * o'clock far Ihe lake. The committee all" had th* matter In charge tarn Mr*. M. 1. Carter and Mil lilshop of thr Advance club. •settle, an.l th.y had secured the steamer il.ia.ll. tit Ihs t—session. • . Varloua .....at* at the upper end i-f lb.- lake were visit.. I. sad attar an hour's t'l ling In and out among th* pleasant Lay* an,l roves. lb* steamer ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 22 June 1899

p-^=i THE SEATTLE STAR. VOL. 1. 19 Ir*— &->l*t RSBrinß _•• v aa_a e_ as si kpsß l «_? d Elih^ ny ARRIVING BY TRAIN AND BOAT 1 S&mli msu UUH I Christian Endeavorers Are Gathering in This City FOR ANNUAL STATE CONVENTION! Colors of Red and '. White Seen on Every Hand Program of Exercises Tonight at the Armory Hall. J*, a* The Otitis!tan Endeavor Mai* convention open* Ihls evenlas al th* 'Armory. Thla will undoubtedly be ih* l.r.eit •! Ih* many oanembliea that love content.! In Beat lie thla summer. In point ef numb- rs .nd Importance, it will also rank tit.t anions th* Christian Kndrtvor enn* v en! lona el if*, past few year*. Yesterday dtleratis arm.l f rum tlrsy* Harbor and the —a.trro port of tbe •t.t. to Ik* number af aearly' le*. They were received etui eared ler _<rf'^',*___*^*J*t*-" '"* **** hH***" ""•"•i-illle* on rnlT ' £—t_se** r>i^?T'^'^-f^TH?! a^Skr *" —n errtvlnt on .very !>>•! ansl fJtSSf _rja_W____(_j___* * train, and th. ilreel* ar. bet—tn. ____£...

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. — 22 June 1899

I - THE SEATTLE STAR £j_j___________S 1 t.i, slliri.sK.il ii-ipt a.,,,.!.. %. 11. WEUA IE. r. CIIASK, kbiras. I snwitasisßß let real pet BBBfl *1« eta it I-, week. «s iia.oti tv* ,enls ret meiilli sis ll.rial By rtssil or r.rrl.r. Sail— copies _______ag______» _______ i-aii siflies— >.- II..: • • Thirst .liana, I 1,1.0* at 11.. pail.,(! -.•lO.siii. Mas, 111. stall, s. .rrsuol-els-s mailer Th* fascination which th* unex- ore.l pillar region* possess for men at hardihood anal daring. is display ed again In the stßtlllllsa sat un der way by the BSM td'Arbrussl. The young man, who Is a tis-phea of King Humbert, ha* Bailed from Christiana with a well-equipped ex pedition an,! some stalwart Italian offlt-ere of rank to keep Mm com pany. It It hi* purpose to skirl th* coast of Norway until North sop. Is reach*,!. proceeding thence lo Cope Flora. Fran* Jstoaf I—nl. It la hla Intention to sat! aa far north aa no*, slbl*. wintering In *om* harbor. In th* (print the entire party I* to dis e...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 22 June 1899

slew TUB lii.!, DOG WhichTerrorizedSt. Louis People. SlniM.. .links OK A CAME Which Took la Promenading; Ov*r Roofs and riniltt Mat folic* Noll ST LOUIS, Mo,, June It A bis yellow cur of the klnd-fam-lera amy It is not a bre-J—tolled "lumber yard dots'* In South St. -out*, ter rorised a tenement community, and held possession of several housetops for three days on th. east aid* of Third siro-t In th* block numbered I*oo south, and soar up tit eye* only under the Are of I-ollee arson! 11. -■ '.':' The do« may not have been mad but he certainly seemed *o up to the Urn* one of the otTlcer'* bullrl* rolled him .iff th* roof last nltht and end ed hi* career on earth. '.* T*> house st I'M South Third . street Is three at.sriea high. An at ' tic window opens on the flat roof nf an adjoining house two stories high, ! Th« same roof covers a nuns' of' ' * houses built around' a court yard. To th. south if th- flat roof are ' fall- rissif. a Honing Th* dot. woorir -g a mean, hungry I look, ...

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. — 22 June 1899

4 STARVATION El JbVKb Ei_J9 II ■■ El iti ia D __Da iakvahur AT DAWSON MB PMWSSJI. ■■■■■■■■■■■■■. Many Men Slowly Wasting Away From Lack of Food. HAVE NO MONEY TO PURCHASE IT Story of a Stampede and Its Frightful Results Told by Arthur Leay, Who Has Just Returned From There. Arthur !.e*y. th* >>mng English. man who*, remarkable .lory of th. ri.hr— . contained In ; th- Klondike suit-bee m «a reported exclusively In the Htir. has an equally Intcrcairg. but rather sombre story Is 1*1! ef the labor condition* In treason when he left. Ha is on* of the lost men to retch (-imitation fr MM th. northern me tropolis, aad speaks of matter* as they were only a feat Week* ago According la th- story It- told a Star reporter today, 'here are at the present tlm* hundred* or.men only too anxious to leave the country, but they are unable to it co as most of them are "dead broke.** I surlng the past winter hundreds of poor fellows bar* fell th- pinch of hunger.'" said Mr. 1— ay. "and even at the ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 23 June 1899

Lan n-lir I'rnla * Moatti 1 1 Sail at tin VOL. 1. THE ML session Of the G. A. R. and the W. R. C. Llkilllh CiIOSU COMMUD.JI —'. ———■«—^ __ _ Altar a Spirited Contest Am* ong CAR. Candidates. OFFICERS WOIETS iuur.Fitx.rN CI... M t..r....a .« tb. Seat „ Vtttartat- The treat B.'l set Cisurslea. j * ' The I*l a: R. arte) tv. Tl C. name* th.r business sessions at a lata hour last night The * lection nt the department commander at th- tl. A. It.. in > the atttrntwn. caused a ' aplrlltal ciiteti. The candidal** for 'the once -rei-es flea, it, !-ne. of Olympi* A. a Cele. of \\ tiat.-om. Tt*. J. Alexander of Port Orcharal; Juts- Taylor, of Spokane; and J W. Uiii ley. ot Uealtle. „ A. H. Cale led on the first arid •scoad hallo! t. but mi defeated by on. vol. upon th* third bailn- by J. *.* 1.11... the tot. .; stan ting; I—ingley. 1-3; Cele 111; «a-» tiering tv The rest of torn omcera cf tbe de- Ttartment were elected by arc'—ma* lion, anal tb* result* wer* as fulls— Hem..r v Ice-comma tt"....

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 23 June 1899

1! HUNDREDS OF _-_■*»-- amn _-_»__.■_-•_ SKELETONS i-i . .in *'s ■ r il r_i i * Betray the Horrors of the Edmonton and Ashcroft Trails. TALES OF FRIGHTFUL DEATHS Coming Down From the. Far North —Fully Three Hundred Gold Seekers Believed to Have Perished. There I* no doobt In the mini, of ' northern traveler* who hay* had I et-aertena-* on the Edmonton and 1 Ashcrofi routes to the Klondike, I that, with the .suii-nir at miner* i from the Oreat N.srihsril of Can* t ad* tht* *umm*r a terrible I*l* will fee told It will be a alory of .trail and 41** a*ler to many •iron* men of a ' weary atruttl* over deadly mstra**- ' ea and through pathltaa forsat* In ' eearch of a rout* whis-K th*y had ' been told would take them at small ' • tpen*e to the n*w Eldorado and to fortune* " Strattl***- ' from the * army of < grossly deceived men who took th* " above mentioned route* It th* Kl-n I" dike In th* fall of '». and early ! winter of "It r-.ecß.-d civlllasilon I**l ' September, *om* arrsvint a...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 23 June 1899

BENNINGTON ON A REEF Narrow Escape of the Gunboat While in the Eastern Seas. SHE RAN UPON A MASS OF CORAL Some Exciting Experiences With Hostile Natives Jusi Before the Accident Oc curred — A Bombardment. In • mart Interestlnr letter tlren exclusively lo the star, William si Martin, ef the crew ot Ihe 11. 8. ■cunt-vat Iteonlntlon. now In the dry slack "l I! -is- Kins tell, at mam* ca i".int txperlenc** that -set had In htr r*r*ni crulte in th* Houitern Bttt Mr. Martini letter la dated at Hoot Koet May 11 and ttn written to his cssus'n. M s Benjamin I'rttfß sit. el Kinttion, Kitsap Sty, tht* • tils. In it la told In d.iail. ponlbly tor lh Art! tlm*. lh* pjttl.i-siliri nt th* mb-hap tit the tuisVii which tent h*r is >h« ahoret of China fir re fa:**. Mr. Mania write*: "W* tailed from Ml-itla for tiollo April :i with mail and o- ten *»r th* thus* down tr ■..•. ilea lo rrnlt* around s'-itnt !»;.«;. Vt*. armed at Uoilo April S-. titer aneh-srln-r nvtr nttm* oft • jit** etlltd fan Job*....

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 23 June 1899

•t THE SEATTLE STAR "t.ji.w!iu>a.i*wi's*s~- "" Si —. si. ■ 'i. - ■ . i. ... ' .i"■ "* ' - ' * 1,... . „,.,. • .lftl-l »«Bday. 111 w'tiut." It- I- IH ..»••;. I.ulttas I 111 mm Misaoia '.'■»•'e*n.|t*r lei-vi i.t CBit eel, „ Ki.nir nt. renia pet ansslk telltir*! " rsasil i„ isttii-is ri*tie* cep-tw ToleiihonsiWkelOO. .•itst.-. >— lie! - * ltalr.l \,ei.»* S-Mnal stth«rvaie--r**tltTsltl* » . „. 1. *. *- sect „.i-a is-, nastier While medical erlvnUtt* the world over hay* betn folios* ma — •!• fe ><■ I of the Tuberculo.!* centre** at Ber lin, « new *o'rl*ly of noiabl. Import ha* been formed In llreat Hrlialn for the »ludy in.l prevention of cancer. The Increase, of the mortality from carcinoma ft »•> alarmlnt that It is predicted that, utile** aom.thlnt •hall be don. IS check the disease, ; there will !•- .mors death* from can cer In ISO* than from coatumpilon. ■mill's ,1 ami typhoid r.v'er combin ed. In «r*al Ih-ttain the ratio of mortality from cancer ha* rise from S*>l...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 23 June 1899

THE OPENING SERVICES Of the Christian Endeavorers at the Armory, Last Evening. "a- •?'- 0 . ADDRESS BY REV. I. B. LANDRITH He Gave in Clear-Cut Phases an Interesting Statement of the Mission of the Chris tian Endeavor Organization. Th* tenth annual state convention of the Christian -Cnd.avor.ra opened laat -Hit under th* most favorable auspices at th* Armory. Th. large hall wa* p.. k. I Is the d.tort. Kvery Beat on It Hour and In th* gallery was taken and (land ing room waa at a premium. flag*, bunting and evergreen* covered lh* wall*, and tilled Ihe larf* epaee overhead. The C. K. monogram, repreeenttal 1- > In. an deecent llfht*. r.si.l ea a pillow of red and white above the tier of seals occupied by th* chorus. Th* s**-floa w«. opened promptly at I o'clock: by the -hair-tan. Mr. 11. J. r*ree*. who asked the audience to Join with the MS (t—fer* on, th* stage In the hymn, "Banner of the Croat*.*' Th* music wa* con-ducted by Prof. Herbert J**—. Charles *»V*. Engethart being at th...

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. — 23 June 1899

li a) Sj m] I] STOCK FARMS, TIMBER LANDS, SMALL FRUIT FARMS, CHICKEN RANCHES, DAIRIES, One, Two and Five-Acre TRACTS Houses and Lots M so > - O-we-el I mra, m*a #- nrnm em. Good Income PROPERTIES For Sale. LIMA was HljfU So -Aguinaldo^Had Him Killed j ron ms oiii ......Him t , A. ] aim Waal* ts Make m.Faaom With ' Ul* Seir.cs.n-. Praßtlßli te Ni-wißtr, WAfIItI.VOTON. P. C, June tx—\ rh- at..!**;n,itiou of Ornvral Luna \ hi r.g-rdesl by of—rials here *• a desperate meature on the part 'if Ac.lnaldo'recently 1* -tain bis fewer. Ar 'rt .ia I. .—..iv Is. of C~. .lie, wa* axa-traln-ted InH similar •ri inii'-r some rnoßt-B »-.-■-. Roth lc • n'l il.-n?ral Luna were nfen of In* 1u n. . sr—ong th* I'll: pinna and rtv li* of Atrulnaldo for pmvlr. There is a difference of opl_!on,' hewrver, I* to whether I. it—a was for peace ir for conllnuJag the war, ltls in iliistn is net qui!*'clear In tit* offl :l;i!.s of the it—i* and war depart .-net.t.s .the reriort ef Oeneral Oil*. •>K" the nrwt...

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