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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 23 June 1899

Sale of Treasury Stock Saturday.June 24,onthe Seattle Mining Exchange - .■ - ■■ . .'■„',- " ■' , ■ . ■■ ■. ■ ■ , . . THE SEAL BAY COPPER COMPANY ■ ■ ■ • M'C,™.'^:'-' .'.-; c*":-*: ■ *,;",-.' ■■--*;■ ■ ■■'"■-■- . ;■ " - . ■ ■ ■ ■■.-'":-',-' ■ ■■■'.' ■ ■ ■" ':■...',.■-■.'-..■' ■ . ' . :-.- : ■ ■ ■ . ' : _. .*.;■"'■"■ ...-.,- „ ■ . .. . .-. .... . ■_. ■ ... ... .... .. ■„...■ ■■.■■;. ■" ■. :: :;"^r ::■;:■■': Principal (Mice. Seattle, Wash. - Principal Office, Seattle, Wash. L. H. GRIFFITH . 1 Capital Stock „. $LOOO,OOO ~. ™ '■ : ' ' ' OHices: w« Number of Shares 1,000,000 DUDLEY & SAY LOR, Par Value $1.00 j U* JAMES STREET, PROMOTERS j 1.1.1.V ..MI, AMI NON-ASSIS*. Villi: Ilullcr Hotel lilock, Seattle This Property Consists of Five Full Claims JL oJ Namely, the "..race Darling,' "Jumbo. "Little Jo," "Shamrock ' and Hazel Dell, all situated in the Ketchikan Mining District, 12 miles from Ketchiftan, and opposite Metlakahtla. on the route of Alaska steamers. * In American territory, ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 23 June 1899

,s >..,' ; vast m OF mi Comes Down on the Humboldt. ■M..M' ssV-u'Us.-'-t i»i.im'\ (ha Tat.l As,frcgito. On* and 0 '•• tti',l Millions of Oallara Soma lues. On. it tVIUt. tsr fleck* Ibrongcst with,* 1 Klsatiiltira.* *a*j--_M»fi.Ml f*. esiintat* I! s I at a million .0! a half ilaiiars,!,. the - !.■ !■:]-*• ji llumbaildt arrived Injl port ifiartly ullrr 1.3D th.t afternoon. *- Arlington dstck aaa crowded with people, it he t were elihrr eitxtout to , gretl returning friend*, or to view 1 the navtl sight presented whra th* I big 11- 1 -if r tied up. • The icene wm • .in animated on*. Th • gang pttnk * h *. 1 r i. i> been thrown out" before th* lii nI.V rs apparently very jjlad t to -.tin r.-l.'ii .:l I! • it!..:l. 1.i,!,.-' I OB '.He alo. 1. . .TAr.tU",!! Off Ibe vet- I *•■! was nol without dlsattruua re* Butts, for on* KI.bI k-r got pititi.-d in tb* a-s.a,i near lh* railisx, and t dn-ipi*at4 wlial h. cJjlmcl i>> •**■ *' ' , f-i.r--i.t-si tack .of nugctta on *a , etrmstr 1 -...

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. — 24 June 1899

" FsS=l THE SEATTLE STAR. VOL. i. HOSTILITIES IMMINENT South Africa Is in a State of Ferment Against England. A GENERAL WAR IS THREATENED Transvaal Republic May Combine With .the Orange Free State and Precipitate a War for Independence. i ———————— BFRI.IN. Jan* 11,—la diplomatic quarter* II I* stated that the aitu I BRt-s*" B**.-.*-**_*.*'8 **.-.*-**_*.*' -.** *sL^,>-tfc_s^f..*..^f—. * alien In Btiuth Africa h«« grown tons. War between England and il.. Dut.-h I* IS—I I ihl*. CAPB TnifV. June It.—Alarm ever the Transvaal situation Is grow* Ing, and business la paralysed. Th* original • *us* of th* end. between -'. Encltnd and PresMent Kruger— lh* grleva—eee of th* < iutl«n.|. i s in th. Transvaal. Is sliding Into the background, sad the Hntiah mind it now agitated by rumors of a general war for Independence In Bouth Africa. The rumor Is strengthened by th* new* that the Orange free Btat* i* arming, and ha» appropriated CIW.MB for military supplies and tit— —|. Itlon. In Ihe eve...

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. — 24 June 1899

I THE SEATTLE STAR " __ Hr*"v" *r*"v" ira * lt,"*'*;'v - - "fvtty a*ttrßoeo *tr*p« B ii I.r B. M.'wSll'-. IK- r. CHASE,, - 1 |s|,.. I I 1 • tl as M iNat.an ..1.1 .... ... I— ■ ' ■ ' •'• •' .>»• rtsi psi «epyi ilx t*nia **t w»st .1 i.a-mr fit eenlt pet itmntn iT.r.' IT 1.,.'.1,5, is.-sl.-t, lulu, ...| I.'. "* Tolaphufs* B»tlas, IPO. •SIT... "Si* lint * * 11. I. .1 la. ..... I t s.rs.l ,ts|, -seat, as. .in. 1\....in«. lea. s. ,• in.ii.i testier. taatiSß view OF TRUSTS. Th* txtraordlnary growth of the trutta In Iks t'nite I RIStM and their prd-able efts', upon export trade, I* causing much .l.hat In Englafnd. Recently two leading Journals of Ureal Britain. "London Engineer log,'' and "The Engineer." contained long article* upon tht* luhjest. from which It at a* easy to glean th* fact Weil th*.drift of Rngtlth opinion I* to the effect that th* ' American trusts stork. upon an Inflated cap* Italttetleri, will ultimately wreck the export trade of this country. London Engineering ••>...

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. — 24 June 1899

S-4/ECT_UATCD'C Report Denied. Ulfllß BAf si 1 % eS"V WABIIINOTON. U. 0.. Jun. 14. --■J Ha V W*t ¥'!«—' ■_ a I" feaS -» I Inquiries hay* been coming In nil day Vnf I ' ■ V 5*3 £ ' '4 Aw ' '" ""' v ,lr "'-i'"' ii" "i relative in B ■ V c Ifß S _RS B H '*-* """"'" "f Infurmslloit lhal hua ** II thai Oil* will Ik. rri-alli-d frmii lh* i'liill|s|i!n. , Afllni* KKTBtsn DIRE STRAITS Mtlhlejuhti *ay* tli* sissiv v nun ii 181-* issL dytflMo Ttte Noted Klondiker Experiences a Hard Time Financially. ENDEAVORS TO PAY OFF HIS DEBTS Story of His Business and Social Adventures --"■ in California Published tor the First Time in Detail. * One of th* most picturesque char- , i ai-tcr* In th* far north, a man who has mad* the fi-tn. a ground of th* ' Klondike yield him eevtral fortune* —Swift w.i 11111-l* buali■•!. When s**n by passenger* who ■ came down en the steamer Humboldt at White 1i.!..- liai I. he had very little money, and, acrordlns to one of hla partners— whs» I* now In lh* city—"Mwlftwwicr...

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. — 24 June 1899

a 4 SUBSISTED UPON DUGS Another Tale of Starvation Upon the Edmonton Trail TOLD BY ONE OF THE SURVIVORS Who Has Just Arrived in Seattle—The Thril ling Experience of H. C. Reifsnyder and Party From Philadelphia. Aa.tttep: PdmonMn rout* victim ta* ..i-'.v* l In Beatle, and ha tells a > atery of tarfcflsg. harlsoipa aad tte*!lt oa the frail* lhat will • » I a thrill ef horror through th* dvtliaed world. * - , *'. f- - • * - 11. C. lie rmy irr. of PkOadelpMa, after epeadlna alnve«t 1* month* eon tUlßCtirty . t-av»!lng *C r nsg.a lb* rrt i! m-rir t.esi ef Cantda la searrh mt a rattle to th* Blonds**, r*«ch*J tha head waters* «l lh* *ts*kla« riv er a month a«*o. IJ* came ■<•«»» ta Wrsrtcei. and t iji Is rivim'> ,i.it to Petlll*. * *".-. ' Mr. tie It lot started from «d --raatntca with a parly af •*. atoeily. trom !"»,;!td-.'pi-ia. pn \Utih I. list, trad ttho Org*. Ms -ta, a. »s*tf«rtvl a* -t I hard- Bh pt. and **w> noe-nher* of hi* party d:* '.h'' d>'ti as th* Irani from aa...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 26 June 1899

lnir.t)sl vt> I riilt a. Month fit Mill ur Cirflir . „—_— 7 VOL. I. OPERATIONS SUSPENDED f\* s tt '-■■ i i• - i-i - rt ' s -■■•"•' W r» Otis Cables That Rainy Season Pre vents Aggressive Moves. SAYS INSURGENTS ARE SCATTERED A Comprehensive View of the Situation in the Philippines Which Is Not of the Most Pleasing Character. ♦Washington,' dune 26—The following cablegram ana received from General Otis this morning: "The rainy season has arrived and Tittle inland campaigning is possible in Luzon. Wa occupy .1 Imp portion of the Tagalog country, our lines stretching from Imus south to San Fernando, north nearly sixty miles and to the eastward into Laguna"province. The insurgent armies have suffered great l"*--, and are scattered. The only large force held together is about 4,000 in Tarlac prov ince and northern Papanga. Scattered forces in bands of from fifty to one hundred are found in other portions of Luzon. 4 The mass of the peopl-a are terrorized by the ' insurgent soldiers. The...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 26 June 1899

2 THE SEATTLE STAR i. ». mil * co. rui'itcn __"'"" Easry sllrinsen *B.**sa Ulltslae I. ii it kl IS. 11, V. . ni-i l|sn«si | I'll a... Mas, «..>( ■■"'""■■ -"-"■'■ ...,..—, „ ''.'•' . it* ten' fari rersyi nt rem. r*T »*•!. <• I. .nil til. ,1-1,1. |s*r litem l ileilieis.l By mi.'.l or istsl.i* *... Iroa, „s,.tes T*l*phon* PiU. teats OSlll has Hat • * 'third tie.ill. assss ..■•.■...■■1.. ■■ ■„ sis. met*** s*a*ss*s *ee*fe ■■- litis .ilk* pnsteffe* •tseaitl* n k**Jag> lea. ** setamil-elas* mall*. —————— ————— THE SIIOS OF IEATTIE. Seattle I* .•■enliaiiy an . I'it.i.m city located upon Western ground. Fully nineteen - twentieth* of the American born population now re* aiding here cam* from slates cast el th* Mississippi. Comparatively frw , ran be found who claim nativity In the date* lying •.•nth of Washing ton. - ** -li Furthermore, let I* he acknowledge ed that the people whs, now rcsi.u- In Seattle and make up Its adult population, run, her* with the aol* Idea of bettering the...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 26 June 1899

A WELCOME OS JULY 4 Extended to Visit ors by Seattle, rBEP.\RATIO.\S FOB A (illElTD.l. Ctrnivsl af Pitrlotltm, Culminat es With * Orand" Firsworkt Display Beattle hat the name of having an "unlimited capacity for entertaining ruest* on patriotic holiday*.' ami. from present indication*, this capac ity will be severely taseil on the Fourth of July. The hearty invitation extended by Seatlle'* .111 tent l.i the people of the entire Northwest, and ot Ilrttlsh Col* !■;•. to attend the celebration here this year, will. It I* state.l. be. accepted tn a way that will **nd the day down Into history aa on* of the most *mi».sful *v*r -held In the V)ut*n City of the Wed, Committee* ,sf prominent bullae** . men, b!I of whom are It i.llers. have been working night aad day In p*r , lectins arrangements to mat..- th* celebration of th* Fourth mor* than j usually attr ,-tlt* aad enjoyable. Th« re will lie • long 11*1 of attrac tions In th* city alone. Including a para I.- which will outrival ait) th...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 26 June 1899

i ROCKEFELLER INTERVIEWED IJsihn t>. norkefsllrr, the mill. j' millionaire, and party, returned to the city rrom a brtsi trip to Alaska on the t'tsilMss City. Vs. short »tay wa* mid* here the parly taking th. Healil.. A In j t emotional train shortly ifler leav- ' Ing the «t»«m*r (lenerwl Manager \ Miller* private car »-at placed ,1 th j •service of Mr. Rockefeller and hl*j family and friaada... Ilefore th* train Bulled out Mr. J ltctrkefeller granted a Star reporter aa Interview, tn which h» dated nio*l j emphatically that his trip up north was taken solely for pleasure. "We made the trip ta Alatka simply for t Icitur?.** said Mr. I'oeke* ' feller, "and 1 hid not boihrr myirlf ' about buiiiiiss matins. Our jaunt j In northern water* was ve-y enjoy-1 able. 1 should fiitik. thaugh, that larger steamer* would pay biter os i the north*.-™ route, particularly for i the I'M'ur.l'i'i bualnis* "Are ws going to Invest tn Ihij northern oil n.ldtT We'-L BA far a* I 1 know, the company las ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 28 June 1899

L.-..r.;.r. I 1 11 lii SEATTLE STARI^iO' VOL. 1. SOME PHYSICIANS ARE DISPLEASED By The Star's Statements Regarding the Medical Trust. AND THEY VOICE THEIR OPINIONS <-.._ . .._ __**-. __„.J5 ... ._... -■-..— A Number of Seattle's Prominent Citizens Also Volunteer Remarks Upon the Interesting Subject *-. Th* Star* article on th* "doctors' trust." published yesterday, la to day the one them, discussed by th* local medical fraternity. Star re •sorters visited the erne* of nearly every physician In the city and did not And one who bad not read th* artl. le In question. Soma who were Hit regular reader* 'f the paper had received i marked . s.pt, i from other prai-tltlssna-rs. and there was no heal tansy about talking on th* subject when th* Interviewer* appeared. :; An! effort « i* mad* to see every t hvst __■ In Seattle, but many were out attending to their professional du ll* a, be nil- the its! I was not alio- . aether .satisfactory. vln every case ; Ihe Star's representatives were ...

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 June 1899

- THE SEATTLE STAR i.i.»ttLUttwruii!itt i--,-, as „,..-.,--.-■ ■ ■ ■— .i.e... list, sness . SB ixrevt sunilty. I. 11. WILL* IS. », riunr.. iciTis i Drtum** 11 IS 1.,- II CM .ml pet cnryi .It ««l* If, week, », ttiiet. H.r ratala lit mount ilill.it*! ly wsall ssf t.itirr. ha lis- roplea , - n i i-., 1.,.,, ■ 1,,, ---,- --1 «I»-J^SS..S» Plk* too. ■IBM. >.. HOI * - iiiii.i tiriws I i.i. lest it!., 1-e.lefree «l Se.iii.- a »sli III*. ten. is set-snot .is.. nistt.r. • ... Th* publication In y*»terday'»lltar of the facta iva-uling th* tnald* working* of the "doctor* tru»t" in this city, rauaed a genuine *rn*at)on and excited mil. li commtnt. Some of the medical men etpreMed great j Indignation at what they were pleas- j •d to term the audacity Sl this pa per In printing such an article, and especially in giving Is the public a ropy of their private *• h*duU of fe**. Oth*r phy«lis|an«, however, com mended the Star for ll* cour** In th* matter, and said frankly lhat they believed the pres...

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. — 28 June 1899

DEATH LURKS IN MILK AND MEAT Disposed of Daily to Consumers in the City of Seattle. . DECLARATION OF HEALTH OFFICER Says Tuberculosis Exists Among Cattle in the State of Washington THAT GERMS ARE DISSEMINATED Urges the Appointment of a Veterinarian Who Shall Analyze Milk and Inspect All Cattle Sold in Seattle. Tbo laatdlotas all mc.a tt th* scourg* of consumption have recently been officially recocalted In most of the Urge title* of th* country and board* of health ar* devoting much limr and attention to plana for th suppression of the dlaoaa*. On* step taken la this direction h«« been la enact stringent ordtaaneea prohibiting expectoration upon sidewalk*. In str.it cam ami la public buildings, in order i.. prevent as far a* («•• stble th* dissemination of th.- germ* ot lb* disease through lh* aputum of Infected . persons, , Inveitigatlon* have ... b*aa purslieil to ascer tain th* other channel* through which the •...urge I. sprrsd and the alarming discovery baa been made that many ...

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 June 1899

•I fiiflY IW SOLDIERS To Be Sent to the Philippines. ALGERM,\KD}TIIF..\.\.\OI.\CDn:\T key* That OH* Shall Hat* 40,000 *nl Sort if ***e*t**ry to Quail th* a«B«l*. W'ABIIINCVroN. D. C. Jun* *•— "Oen. Kit* I* going rs.te mm more • -i.ii, r. In Ihe PMllpplne* a* line si they can b* got there." aald Hecre. tary Algre thla mnrnlng, afler a con* fcrence wllh the president "if be needs tv re. w* will send ih»m. Transportation facilities are being l.ifi-iiM'.l as fist si .iss.it. TROT OUT THE MILK CANS For ths Inspector Is Road* to Soto Thorn Up. Frank J Merti ha* been appointed milk-can Inspector by Auditor Kvcn *»!.. He will relieve Ibe ausllior uf thai part of hi* dut'es as "sealer of weight* and mean. wblrh r» late* to ihe Inspection of milk can*. Under th* taw whis-h »'*nt Inlo effect June 9, the county auditor must m«a*ur* anal stamp Ibe cans ues-l by milk stealers, and all thase I hap.Umg milk far a conat.leralion. Milk cans haves been coming inlo th* auditor's otTis* la be -. led !••...

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 June 1899

te*a*d#Oa**>fsv* «♦«<,**•»«»« pn*tr%"m AT "mm /->J "lA—^ A ITW*-] rTP. "W" • I~| /^*_ m A "_~_t f-MMMOM MMOd» Esasty.s*** utnta*mmt TT-TIT, SIR.A Hi' mI^I _ih_ STAR x7.i.ph...fcsb.BH.ti.«... I >**et>ajH>*ee««.o«.oaaai X.. Jl 1 | .___ K__7 jL__LL* lm. ■ ■ -J--J J—J K_/ __L -A- A. -E, % • {♦♦♦^♦♦♦♦♦♦♦^♦■a-e-***** mm ..a.5.......WS 'ts.rfa letwi'SCißM I I**! a, tit saiiiatlali aaai, * te. VOL. I. A SHOWER OF STOKES Greeted the Troops in Brussels. CALLED Oil TiMpLl. A EIOT S*lsl*rt Chart ad Ik* Mob -SI * sf Them Were Injured Bala. lercemtntt Ord«r*d, ItmrSSKLS, i in- -a -Ktotlng over the gortrnroent'a electoral bill sun tlnued throughout Hi. rill until day break today. Tba> troop*.: which were called out to «tuetl dl*turbane«*. ,received a shower ,tf paving (tone* from t!i>* mob, n hereupon they rtked Kay. .nets and charged the rioter*. Several trolley* were alio tired. Six Senilarm* were Injured in the fracas. Every window In the Hue Area bs-rg* wa* smashes!, an...

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 June 1899

•J THE SEATTLE STAR _____________j_^___; Is.ty .n.mi.*is tar.,'l tun,lst . 1.11. a Ml*. I g, r. CIIAKK, . I Hires | fiiitisiilisiisH I'M real ft raspy, "Is .rill. P.I »••*, r. i.sriir ess resit per month «.titsfe.l by lss.ll HI . sillers No Ire. iup Ist T.l.p'hon* PH.. 180. ■i ■ i - •■ t *-■ • lOlre* M*. 11*1 - - Tiiirai Sitae* ' l . '.—l ,t Its. v ..1. iTr-.s Brittle, It. ••flints lea. IS ■*ceaS<lsw mslt.r Th* movement which 1* en fool In Beattle to provide a large edifice for lb. us. of fair*, et-yo»ti|i.it*. .'"»■ vention*, tic. wilt cerltlnly mccl with hearty encouragement from all cltii.ni No local need or lh. city 1* more pressing. There Is no hull I Ing available for Urge gatherings, except the Armors, and that la only a barn s.f limited capacity. Beattle aspires to be a convention city, and must hate a place for holding lh* convention* It deelrea to hat,- an annual fair for the people of th* nut. of Washington and con*** fluently needs a •ultlblr •tructnrr for housing exh...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 29 June 1899

MEDIUMS FAILED TO FORM A COMBINE .".'....■ ■ - ■ - To Establish a Uniform Rate of Pay . for Their Services. THE STORY OF A RECENT ATTEMPT Given to The Star "by One Who Was on the Inside. LACK OF UNIFORMITY IN PRICES Due to the Arrival of New Mediums in This City Who Cut Prices in Order to Secure Business. An attempt to term * combine of a most unique character was made recently In K*altl* It waa to have BBSS a sort of trust, the avowed ob ject of which waa t.. establish uniform fee* for etrvlce* of all spiritual* latit- mediums and clairvoyant* in lb* city. ' Th* story >f th* attempt to form tl* combine has leaked out through on* or the mediums. To a War reporter sh* MM today: "Tea, we made an attempt to farm a mitotic, and failed. At Ihe present time, f«-*s .ham- I for all I loss and seances ar* by no means uniform. .. In fact, they riitfi' from li rrnts to |- B* "•."•Vattl* has attracted main lni|n,.ters In the spiritualistic business, and Ihey have put down the pries to such a...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 29 June 1899

i WITT VOI 111 WE it For It Is Not Worth Your While. out A MMUKIV. uimui That Ni* Ha Stsndlsg ls..| Trelklul aad Ratpsat- Ing Stataißßßtl. The wild rumor* floating around to tit, effect that IB* shlnal* mill* •_ I VN.sllißgton wer* 10 Shut d.swn for,' the si,itii..-t.-at-<- itp-1*! by tb.- -m cera if lh* Washington ltd Cedar tihlagte Manufacturer*' aa*-*'. It la. h'tt.tsr. a fart that the n lil* .1 Washington will close for tau week*, beginning neat Saturday I>uring ih. p**l season th* lark of demand tor red cedar thing:.. be. l—l M culling ef prices, end In ally to the making and ehipptn* of an interior quality "f BBS— IB meet the low price. Th* manufac turer* saw that thl« would s.son lead f to a total Issaa of mark*! tor Weak- > tngtoa cedar «htn*i*». and •t»p* a ere • taken to form aa organisation, the' purpose ot which was Is in*i»t on a good grade of shingles and a fair j prtc*. _ l-TBs-ttcally all of th* 141 mill* In th* slate are In th* association, aad action was t...

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. — 30 June 1899

I'^S**-**-! npT_T|7 QTT'ATTT TT ATi i":^SP -Sf»»*J»»»«^»*~*««««i JL 11. I__ l^tJ.y.._4._rjL. JL JL JLi.l mm k_/ JL sJLjL.JL *♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦* VOL. I. VOLIYMIR I.EWIWS More New Ones to Be Organized. HUXLEY liIVKS Ills ORDERS Tha Troopt Ate to Ba Shipped ts Manila at Quickly a* •ottlbls. v MBBMNtI 1' >'. June la.-i The president has directed that final order* shall be prepared for tha or ganisation in this country of nine' - >«-twt*a*j*,fci6ii***fpse faJs-JteHJ. to. readiness to send to t.en. on* This la tantamount M a decision I • sent them aa soon aa they .-an he assem bled and transportation secured This new fore* will aggregate ll.iO) men. _R__H_MMtttt___B-M_ - - - . FELL DEAD IN THE STREET ' William I-owen. of My recuse. N. V., fell dead on the sidewalk, near the ; corner of First avenue and Main street last night. Death was caused by hemorrhage. Pipers ami letters found In hla pockets show he has a father and alaler living at Syracuse. They have been n"tltle I of his ...

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. — 30 June 1899

COST OF THE WAR Uncle Sam Figures Carefully **. n-m his FiLimO i..:iN.r.K Fiaßt lß**-*"'tsr* •' •atl tea.ooo 000 la Oath — Dally Co.. $210,000. WASHINGTON. D C. June » — Th. Philippine »«.- baa ea>»t the country la data l»J.i»-o.o«t) in money and Ml men. Beside* about t..ai soldiers h«ve been wounded and many limes thai number have been made invalids. Tet the war seems no nearer an end than It was months <«" The Americans control Its* than I*' •quar* mile* .if territory and will l.see much at that when they rainy season sets In. An army officer, returned from Manila, made the • •t.sun.lln** state* ment today that to per . enta«v of the •obiter* In the Philippines it'll _.t pensions far dysentery and other In testinal complaints. An officer •>.' Mgh rank, w*ll quail- Had to speak, estlmatss that th* war la costing th* government about tJ-s'J.oa* a day. When th* entire ». --000 men ar* In th* Philippines Hi. daily cost will exceed ttoa.tto. This ssstimst. do** not include th....

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