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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 10 March 1899

< TO (ITIII * (IHUALS |9 ; — Tacoma Now Has Vigilantes. nit: < nm\s m. IT i\ ARMS . M*ld-Up* ana Miirdsr M... Cone *a 100 Lor| an* Cum, Mult S»os, . • - TACOMA, Marvh 10. - PubU« In-; (lljrrntlon ha* twwn «r»uar«l ami Tacoma will soon ba fr>^l from th* rricti of terrcr. For week a carnival of erlin* h»» mnlt> I th* fair f*m* 0/ the city. Th* l'>iiinru nun of th* city. In aoj»mn ' r.vnrtave assembled, h»\ swora t-» »<t. tf atl th* .|i««» of th» munii llvailltjr must t-e aitrr*4 ui> In th* Bill..ii. ■. "Indignant rJUtens hrli a meeting ( In the chamber of romreerca and >1»- . cMed tn fullow th.- matt) r In th* , billT *nd. Fvery prominent (>u«i neaa man In tb* cttr w«» present at '. th* m>-«-FitiK. with resolute tar* and eye* full «'f determination. It wss decided that a rlsttance OMnmltle* mum be orranlted at oai ■ and every effort ma-l<- tn '. stop th* holdup* which for wo»k« linvt r--rli. .t the elty. ■ Th* r*lnful Incompetence of the police di-parl...

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 March 1899

♦>•■•••»■■>•>•♦•>•»»♦♦ ♦ Hr.ilhfr for Tomorruw « THRCATENINO 1 VOL. I Ml. 1.1. mumnrn'REiiwiiisyiPs Vessels of Spain Sunk at Manila and Raised by Dewey Will Be Made Effective, Don Juan de Austria. Isla de Cuba and Isla de Luzon Will Be Provided With American Guns and Put into Commission. WA»HI.\i..TS.y. March. 11,—The I' Baval boani of conairurtlan n.rt at th* ' navy j .Vj..irtni»nt | to decM* uu | th* coaraeter an-i number of «ui>« la b* pu. ' i. tfc* thn^ Mpaniah «un> • bo«t«. Don lutn J» AuWia. lila fjt fui>a nnd liUd* Laion.iaak In ih» ', I ball!* t>f Mar. bay and r^iwi un« d«r ajtattlM of Naval Cvnstructer „ r«p t Thty ar* now at Hon«koim b»ln« rmnitru.uj vndrr the »vi rr viaton oi ttumt Cor«lructar lloba>n. Th* board d*cl4*<t tv follaw tb* r»- I ' romm»nd«t mi Of Ad.a'ral t>cwey. an I «11l rtconnnend to tfc* na»y d— p»rtm».i: thai th* Dua) Ju-«n de Au«. : LAND 0FFI8E; CASES Work for tha Local Depart, . went l> Aooumulatinf. Albert X., Siiith...

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 March 1899

- THE SEATTLE STAR *'^E. jr»rLu> Critiitttiiu. i>.it almrnoea •uvpi wn.ut. »:, 11. WKU*. I It F. CIUKK. l."ll>in I BniKtM MiMIUMI ont itmi {vt <H«>)ri »l» null |»r «•**. <ir [ut'i.ii n\<> frill* c«r in.null «l«U>*rol l.y i»n,,,.. >tni>>-< to ailvani"*. no tnm i. ,«. ( .f... t ..» I'lUt. ISO. i<m<<-* No. ii.-: • • thlttl \ .mi. tntaraU m ihe |m»«oW*.»■• Deaul*. \V«»hlHih ten. m•• < ojiii« !».»iimiu I The rl.ialnx »o«*l»na .if ilir \Va*h« tnKton IfKlilntur* wrro not marked by *i>rv«iKTil.ir event" Th»r« «a« the U«ual .-.■r.imhi ■ <!<> I u»ln.">«. and the s«neMl «';;»■'iiriatlon In:'. carrylrtß imialtli-rsliljr «ver a million dollar*. w*nt through ■ Itt • prj cll'ltalu ru*h that lnii>i. I »p»* tatnr* with th* Ut»a that million i!.t!i,ir ileala wervi ■ -it a matter of I iviim raoment. ■.k.Mi i\b a whole, the n.ailmi «aa proiluctlr* of «»o <■'. t.-r it)!.- minor lrslalatlon. an.t a j few iiutxM'i.ujt bUta'wcr*. consi...

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 March 1899

SB SB f-^B • SB 85* '*R «R SB •.: SB SB -'.ft.' ft ft' ft ft-.■;>■,■ ©• SB SB SB *V Wt «5 IB To ~ SB. S5 fc- fC" ™ Til -Jj Seattle (0 j5 OoBIUIO j "■ Star ? +j Erening Newspaper o . JtK ; t -1.1 «loln« all or Ik* ) Ico tos : Worll 3 ©: Crisp,* |-• |_ ' Condensed T :^..\ Form, g" 0 Adapted to the,; nreds of busy. ■•' people. The average man or • i woman always likes* to iswiftly! scan t!>e moving panorama of the _ Vk^ globe during the InMM half hour Q) ' , tha| follows the evening meal, anJ *" \ "■' (S T ! then turn attention to other mat- I j ."Wat. tcrs. The publishers of the THE OSTAR appreciate this fact jnd have ■fj I modcleU the paper so th.it , . ** --■-•• ■.P. Directness of Statement .2 j „, .... Will be .i noticeable feature. An 1^ " IU 1 'Interesting, breeiy stvkf of para- . ../ „„ ' graphing finds increasing favor in, „ .r. ;*• these days, as opposed to the old- , ' - time fashion of ponderous "write- . i ■ L. uns" and"editorbl utterances. fj j f\ ! THE STAR will hav...

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 March 1899

4 AS SEW BY WIRE Messages That Go by Millions. IMTKDSTATES lIASTIIK RECORD ««*rte* ■ U(*t th* tl.ctnc W >. Mtint *f Oommunlcntlon Mor* Than Oth*r C%nnlriai. Fifteen year* a«o |h<r« wer* *".- ' M<o telegraph onV«a in »ii th* o.un lrU-« In Ruroptf «->mHnr.l .an.l |a,OOO In Ih.- ■ iir--1 mate*. Ih* numhir .if rocaaagea aent l>»inic greater In pro- I portion to tho numtwr of om<-*a h<ro than abroad. .Aa offltlal atatenicnt «<f th* t<-lrsrai<h eerrloe of tb* tlntl c<l Klncd.mi. whlrh la umltr govern ment ronirul. »hy«!> lhal In ItTO! ther* w»r* e«nt, in F.ngland." lr«-. I Un.l. Scotland and Walca i.i&a,177 1 telegram*, wbll« laat jrear ih. total number of telegram* »ni wu U. ■ 9ii,*n. Tt»« imr«-n»» In aome oilwr countries" la quit* aa Urea, In ih* ' t'nlted Ntatea In l«?o th* total «ium ber of telegraph mraaa««a aeol wa* t.lJT.***. I^ut *rar tb« numkr of j (neaaag**) Mnt waa, | approximately, , to.oai.wv. a larger number than »«• ; furnlaaed by any...

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 March 1899

I Wtfttfcer for Tomorrow I SHOWtfe* t ***»♦♦»»♦»»♦♦♦»♦♦♦»»♦♦ VOL, I NO. 11. FILIPINOS RAN LIKE DEER Whe3ton's Brigade Chases Them From One Town to Another. Sharp Fusiiade Results in a Number of Casualties, Three Americans Killed. Also Forty Insur gents, as a Result of Monday's Engagement. Manm Alarch n—The aggressive campaign against the Filipinos began this morning when General Wheaton's new brigade began^mqving on Guadalupe. Pasig and Pa teres, intending to clear the country of insurgents as (ar as Li.;un de Bay. A considerable force of the enemy had gathered at' Guadalupe and offered resistance. A sharpfight ensued during which ■bothsides suffered, although the Filipinos • got much the/worst of it. One of Dewey's gunboats, steaming up the Pasig river on the flank of the enemy, sent shot and shell crashing through the jungle, spread ■ ing death and devastation on every hand.' The Filipinos^ caught between the cross tire of the" troops and the gun boat, were mowed jdown by;scores, ...

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 March 1899

» THE SEATTLE STAR b nmaiis. fII l> •.!, l |„ui|| ( .\n-|i| MllKlaJT. ' »^«. iviiJA - iXTTriiuilav"' ll'lf* I IHII.SKH >I»N «..fl Op* i^'tn |H(r ••evy; »*» crtiu |>er wwvk. it ttM'mjrftw *» -v* yet mutiltt UvUvmnl i* i^itun* «Iwm]t« la *>i\«iu,% Nw d-t Wfft*>i Tulauhono PlUe ISO. TinTrri ,N»TiToTr • ' "•• Ihlnl \» I-Bivrait «l Iliv |«Mli<nire«i «f •III*. * whin; tmi. »• «■. "ii.l , v.> matter. It la fortunate that Oorernor llrad) if AU*ka la tn \Vn»hinicl.iM h.-ii the Uovrrnt>r received new* that Iho, Nwibnot M.iin I.- I l'.»ll..- In Urltlah »\>luriliiii had as i.i'raril) iii|.ii|n ni nnothor allco of American terri tory iiiniiK tilts Alaaka border, thl* < n.i-.i. hmi'iu b«lnK on •' ilx mil* »trll> of Hi.- newly dlacovered I' .nil fmo iiilnlim dlatrlct, hla «Ml«>tU\l )">t no tlmp In reclaterlnc .1 vlicorou* • •'nu'iiiiitt <rllh Iht 1 | Secretary of t*tul*. It la announced that the rVcrirtarjr '<» . uiliil the attrnllon of llrltlah icuvrrn...

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 March 1899

S£' ®- ?R S>- *B flB *B W *R x£> ' «B> S> «B «B S> £R> ?R fR 85-. .S5- «B W£> I The | i Seattle | ! Star i S Erening Newspaper o A\ v, i .....ip».( all .r 1 1>« I co News -•- Worli 3 ! £ (I |- Condensed T ' Form, g" OA 'i:• !tn the nr«!3 of bus/ a— • pccplc. The ; tvefage ' man ;or • \ omjri al;v;ivs likes, to : swiftly ', scan the moving panorama of the _ „ globe during the leisure half hour (|I :r* that follows the evening mral, and atfu-a turn attention to other mat ..-••a V,;;■■ ters. The rublbhersof the THB ,'^L OStaR appreciate this fact and have j O m>xleled the paper so that */ „ I ; 9 \ Directness of Statement i; "Z-,"- Win be a noticeable feature. An ij^ (n Interesting, I ree;y style of para- .r > praphing ttnds increasing favor in '' ) these days, as opposed to the old > t time fashion of ponderous "write- -y ' \m . ups" and editorial utterances. fl /\ THE STAR will have 2«v i -p j AU of tliß Local I ■•• A* w*U a* ika ' HH I Telegrapliic N...

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 March 1899

•■ huh IP TIIREK E\ Desperate Work of Highwaymen. r THEY BOl.\b TBFJH VICTIMS rou.th Man atUoasd Cto.ped sod the Robh*rt Th*a Ran ■••I Na Arr*ttt. Two <lesi»-rati» mm want.-1 ; M lf«vi> town l>a.li>-. ami l»»t nl»ht hit upon » plan to rals* ih.i money, f/tiry aa*de>l 11, and concluded to •kui* th* amount l.jr htghway> rob* b*iy. Tv»i> hour lat.r they h« I hrU up thre* men and attempted to h<>|.| up a fourth,. Th« . highwaymen took op, thrlr ■nation on Thlrt. nvrnui*. n«-*r the ! corner • (ra.-kii * of ? the '. Irii ITrunk 111)., and wait. ■! for ' MfHM t*» • leavr ! tit* ■ car*. V.T. V I*. ; Band«-r* *>a the lint rmui t.i fail • victim. When * r.v.-L.r «v stuck nftder hla noao h« held up hla h«nJ«. mil tt.«J wa» takrn frum him — all iim money he h.i.l. s It* waa M Into tlu> bu«h<<*. hl< h<invl» tied behind him with hla Ml su*(>vnder*, »n.| »v lifi with Instructions not to roov* on pain of having hla bead blown >.rr "Uu.l<-r. want...

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 March 1899

MIM MIM a«)»»»»l I Wi'.thrr for Tomorrow ♦ MAIfM.Z VOL, I NO. 10, UNCLE SAM MOVES FASTER Filipinos Are Powerless to Stay His Course arid Flee to the Jungles. Another Fight Reported in Which the Insurgents Are Worsted. WASHINGTON. March 14. —(Bulletin) — Otis , this morning tdvbed 'the «\Var. Department of the ad-^ nces made yesterday and.todaynyWheaton's brigade. He says; that the insurgent loss was heayy,\vhile our killed: and wounded will. aggregate thirty-five, most ly slightly, ounded. The insurgents made no determined stand. Two gunboats captured considerable 1 property. ' Americana Still Advancing. MANILA,* March 14, —General Wheatbn's. men Slept , on their arms List night, ready for service at a moment's noticedvThe troops were:early astir and eager for ilu fray, which" canie tooner than anticipated * It was? be lieyed_ the rebels .were massing for ■ an: attack near the Pasjg church, and when the order-to advance was given " the rebels began firing. The Twenty,-Second infantr...

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 March 1899

•J THE SEATTLE STAR t; ii wnutco, nuitnit - m r>.-l j ■ Itrtmvll rtcr|>t HiiniUf. K. H WtuT* IX.X. CIU«T~ l-i.ii... Iimi«B» Hniiu ' Out* rvv\\ r*f cnrjPl it* D*aU p*r Wret. ' it mvim ISlp i-riili |»'t in..tilh ,Mln-r»l It utitli'ls «!"•>• lit i4»m No ■"■• cvpl«?». - Tolophon* F»tl»» 180. iiiilik n,. i io : • • liit.l NNI Kularct *| lln> |«ot»*vt-« »l iWallU, « »ihliw|. ■ -» tnml.-r VIIMi V» V\ UH. ,' —— A March writer in on* of the pop | utiir m . iiiiim, Xl» c» lUUIItvI .llrrc tl<>na how <<> iwv<>ni|>li*ti " th.Huht u.in»f.-itfiK-«t" from on* In llvl lual to an»th r, n<> m.itir h"» f»r murl ilk-v m.iy !>.•. lie dec Urn lhat ii i» a* 'easy to MMOM <i Ot.miitii i:<M miles a* 11 l» lo tr«n>f«r il S '■•<■! ; All lliil U n«rri>!Hiry 1* to h«v,- iv - peraona operatlat thvlr nunda lo grthvr In harmony! on* ■■-•m<-iviik m c«n»ln ih iu«hl ami | allow ti>n It I r>i!u'Ui> |H.(j.«|un "f hi« l.ruln, j while th<- other pe...

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 March 1899

to . to to JR to -to 1-to to 1 *Ss_ SB SB * TO IB— IB- ' «R 1R «B IR SR IR f& ' 1 1.'-?-*' " * % Jfc ' **% II Seattle <§ ! Star I *j Ersning Newspaper o il% Coalalnlnf all Of Ik. , ~ . (o News Worlfl D ■ /I*-" - '* ■ ' '--■.'."• ■ III' ill '-'^^ • ' • • ■ ■' '" ■ ■^" •■*il*lQrt ■ •' '• -'■l—• £ crisp, no (- Condensed T Form, OAdiptrJ to the nerd* lot \ hmy , ■• .♦ , •■■ prop)*. The | average • man or /■ ■• woman always tikrs to swiftly Ktn the moving panorama of the ' X* globe during the leisure half hour , fll ; that follows the evening meal, and, aS* ' then turn attention to other nut'- - • then turn attention to other mat s ters. t The publishers of the THE "• -_ : 0• ' STAR appreciate this fact and have, fj modeled the paper so that V •«■:. Directness of Statement -ii Will be a noticeable feature. An .M 4 flj interestinm, breezy style of para- ; " . graphing tinds increasing favor in I these days, as opposed to the old* . time fashion of ponderous "write- . ki« ;ups"< ...

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 March 1899

4 iplßLilW defeated Ordinance Killed by the Council. SOKE IMAMS IRK MASTED Proposed Movement to limit the ;\'- ". k*laoa Districts of' th* Cit| Falls. The pr■ r ■« •! ordinance fixing th* saloon limns of the city, ram* up %' am. in before. MM city council i '»*« , averting sill na* defeated. Coun cilman -i.til.n opened the fljrtit by ' moving that the ordinance t>* taken from 1 th* table.' lII* motion »»» carried. I (111! too* th* Boor In op i position to the measure. M* Ardlo endorsed UlU'* iwnitment*. * Utu de . mantled that on* *trr#t ba k*pt fr«e ] from wll Influence*, whera lh* wives and rhiiirrn of,tha city r»n prom enada atthout twins compelled .to pass In front of a saloon every tew I ! MM > ] *ylla ,! t.ir^.l that If thla ordinance • went; Int.i affect.^ UM : property on M»»«»nJ * avenue would be * tncraam-d In value. Councilman DUter became . taaal and demanded 't« - knnw I what would became at Kirs I avenue ' - If all 1 saloon* were on that street. Hr aald: ' : -: "...

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. — 15 March 1899

*>«>•*•♦♦♦♦♦•♦>>♦•♦♦♦♦'" 4 Weatktr (or Tomorrow ♦ 0- iVAirsi ! ! ♦»♦♦*••»♦>»♦•»•*♦»»»»» VOL. I NO. |H. ANOTHER GALLANT FIGHT Washington Volunteers Stand the Brunt of the Firing and Capture Two Towns. Private Van BusXirk Killed and Private Rodney Church Wounded Greatest Fete Since February sth. Says General Otis VV VSHIM .ton. March i s—(Bulletin)—War department officials are gratified over Wheaton's^victory. It is im derstood that General .Otls'/ppltcy is to drive the insur ants into the uncultivated^ region before the rainy \veather"sets;in. There they will have;nothing to i".t. and jt is; thought I they .will; lav clown their arms. • No attempt will be made to buy. off Aguinaldo. . WASHINGTON; March is,—General Otis cabled the • following this morning : "Three thousand insurgents moved down last night to the towns ot Pasig and confronting Whea ton's troops on the Pasig river line. By • heavy fighting, Wrieaton dislodged and drove (them' back, taking (our .hundred pr...

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. — 15 March 1899

■ THE SEATTLE STAR r ii *ri.ii*rt,riwiimi. Krtn *H«rno«n e»w|»t »«nil»y. ».. 11. \M!U*. IK. r. II >-► M.m.n. I IIIIIKBM »l >■<»i>r» "~On*trnC\>»t"rvft ! HI rem« l» ' *•■■ V n i«Mii>-fl<e mil |<t m*ni» Wl»w I * imiivK. » „«:« IB M?aiirf V" Ire* |-*iptw». ' ' Tnlaphon* *>tt««> ISO i>m.i. No Iml • •■ Ttilnl »>•■«'•» . .-m..- i^i i*. me. i.«iit»j tun. m* ftrvon.t -rift** m»ti.r 1 An ,»rr.»ii of honor In Kentucky la i ■...inu-.-T . -iy atmllar to the French •rtlclw—bluff, bluater, a drop of ii. ■.> I. rwonelllatlon. - and i ham-; I i;:m\ The old American method of lijchtlnx a duel.' tlrlujr th* left arrot l.'Kvlhrr, with th« right haul" fr*« In wI.IJ butcher knivc*, I* out of r day at U-*Ui«l'>n. Kentucky, Col.. Jack Chlnn and State Stnstrtr llrnnalon went about the Kttv.'ta breaihlns ftr* and <■■■ ■iv Ih.-lr. no«till». am! tin. A'.-iiiiiK t.» ulay r«fh oth.r on Rlalii f thf i i 'il.i. - io..k tii tall timber and th« ri«>»« frlvml* of t!i.-...

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. — 15 March 1899

ftfßlßAlfelfelfejfe ■' .ft *■■ ft ft ft ■ ft -.'ft, ft ft ft' ft ■ ft ft ft ft j The I Seattle ?i ! Star i „*; Evening Newspaper o A\ «.ni«ii.ii.« Bit of lh» . _ ■,• ;<? , News Worli D 4 }- Condensed T Form, g" 0. Adapted to the needs of . busy *•»» . :* ."; people.■; The average , man *at ' woman always likes to swiftly ; scan the moving panorama of the . **. : globe during the leisure half hour 111 a*^*_ ' that follows the evening meal, and • then turn attention to other mat* , ters. The publishers of the TUB ", II f\ STAR appreciate thb fact and have C\ t yJ modeled the paper so that .<> ** i M Directness of Statement -ry i '_- « Will be a noticeable feature. }An aj, (Ii Interesting, breezy style of para- ; graphing finds increasing favor in these days, as opposed to the old • .. time fashion of ponderous "write- *± • Xm'. Ups ? and > editorial utterances. (l ■' ' CS ' THE Star will have X £ ! JOl of to Local _,; -•*— A* wall •• <>»• — ' •| Telegraphic News a>...

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. — 15 March 1899

m MUCHCASII ■RED For "American Boy" Cruiser Fund. EXACT AHOI.VT IN \OT K\OUX Friends of th* Movement O*m<nd •a Accounting, but Men* Hn ' Tat Been Ol«*f>. Mui'li lnl«n-»t haa b*«n attracts all over tb«- rountry a) th« move r.icnt Atnnrar th« achoola to r.»l»«- a furl tot th« hut!. Unit of a rrutvr to be known an the "American nor." Fpokanv ha* b«in In th« throea of th« "Arorrlfan M.>v- aawaafa for •HM «'<«ka, and tho BMttl* public ha* bren n..un<..| Hi.it it. turn would ram* In a few daya. The lnt|>rraalon her* and rta*whrr<-. la' that th* •m nir la a «rr«i one, an.l that the aaapta ' brhlnd I lie movvmenl are honr*t; but the < attached rltppln* from the Cincinnati l"»«l wouUI In dicate the money brln( received ta ban-1 rar»l»»i<ly: The 'American Boy*, fund »e*m» to b.' ill a chaotic rendition. It* i'rom«n<rr» have not >lv*n any defin ite . Information , concerning the amount of money collected. <*•*»•! tnlttre* have been appointed In va rious ctUm...

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. — 16 March 1899

* -, -i hi > ■ ■■y™< > ♦ Weather for Tomorrow ♦ I EOOCNtNIC X VOL. 1 NO. 17. fillip 1 mm \ 111 •■ ■ < ■■ * Burglar Nippers in | His Shoes. : I• : ! < li k\»\r, TO T'JE DCTKfITO j --■■- — ': i till the Mima cl Party Cray Wat • Arratlaa One* far Smoftlag ' Opium ! i -_^ „ i I P»f*» dray, all«jr»>) to Ik- one of i j I the ct*ver«at huu»e breakrra on the | Inorthw-tat,; «■< arrealet! by < ttetee- > live Urrttllth U«l nl«ht Th» de- i tn-dve* have U«'u on th* lookout i for Ony for arrcral days i>a»i. nn.l i he «a» arrval I In a B*eon<l avenue i drug atom iant night. When March. | Ed at hwl-iudftt-t*, a nuni! of ; thir;\ . oalltwr «-orlrl>ljjt>». »»• i •ral amall ni.-a. and. » nota book were found in hi • iwaaeaaloa, \« ; ■|;,,i Dray'a akaaa sere aMurvhed, and a j;i pair, of burglar*' . nl|>|wr«. aaed for turnin* keya from the outalde, were t found .In, them. An >».tilrr-«a had I be«u wrin»a dawn r by Omy. whirh I ( r»a-4. "Ha»*»n. I! >» M,i4...

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. — 16 March 1899

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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. — 16 March 1899

*5! 6 fe to * & A :* ■ft-"ft" .ft.-':ft ft' ft ft | ft. ft ft ft ft ft ft ■ft - 3 i The !3 ; Star 1 ! Star I IS »« % Evening Newspaper o , A\ , , i«i«i>Ui all mi ii... * * J||J <o News 7 Worli D 5 Crisp/ 2. |— Condensed T Form, g" 0! Adapted to the * needs of busy; ■• *■ ■people.' "The average: nun* or . ; i* < woman always likes to swiftly . , i scan the rowing panorama of the • _ j :^»T j plot* during the fcisure half hour ||J I " •^* | that follows the evening meal, and .• ' ' ' then turn attention to other mat* •*•*• ters. The publishers of th* THE -_ OSTAR appreciate this fact and have .rj j - modeled the paper so that j' Q* ; r Directness of Statement 5 ■ ■ Will be a noticeable feature. An a^ 111 ; interesting, breezy style of para- - ** graphing finds increasing favor in these days, as opposed to the old • . time fashion of ponderous "write- ?>vP »— ups" and editorial utterances. I) /"\ THE Star will have X^ -Q All of Local . _, da Aa wall aa Mm ' § TelegrapMc...

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