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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 5 July 1899

WEBER CELEIIRATIOi\ Arranged By the Single Taxers. i\ mm of iinti, mm "Jocalen" Jerry Samp.on Will Bo .., One of the Orator, el the Occasion. The local single tax. ar* prepar- Ing to celebrate Henry Oeorge Hay. September 1. In a manner worthy of their leader. Bee—fa J*rry" »imp son. of Kane— and Hon. James (1. Mrilulre. of C__£_r*—SfJ will o* ■—-' —ti-aWBI- of-tti* .... .t-aiai Now that the I"..intra or July Is over, the work .of preparing (or the celebration will be pushed At present th* .ingle titers are holding street meeting* three time! a week, and great Interest la h. lug shown The principal speakers at 41— meeting, age Wm. Horan and J. J. Skel-lttjg The literature the sin gle lasers are distributing I* on* of Henry tltorge's book*. "Tbe Short est K....J lo Single Tat ." Jerry Simpson, th* man from Kan* sas wbo will speak at the celebra tion. Is toe well-known to Bee* any Introduction, He w-aa United States senator several year*, and at the present time be Is cngag- I in edit-...

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. — 5 July 1899

4 CLOSING EVENTS OF THE CELEBRATION Seattle Ends a Glorious Fourth With .\. a Fireworks Display. RESULTS OF THE GAMES AND RAGES Now It Is All Over All Except the Headaches And the People are Satisfied Until * Another Year Rolls Around. *?="--*-: l>**i**i*: the threatening weather' I yesterday. Brattle's celebration of' th. lil.Ht.iu. fourth" was ui...i mat vessful. Tue. lav a War gave almautt complete detail*. TB« vat-4.*** _■ attractions provided for the aft-r-otiK. wer* all well at tended The la.-r.te** end bestrb—l I —-itches at Stadia.*! park drew ta-.UBaaa!.. the water-front w«- Heed with people who watched an In ten.* Interest tk* rt.-.rlv -contested yacht race*, while Athletic park pro-red a aiming drawls* car I Willi It* long list of sporting events. ' * Old Bel did net show hi* genial to—aleaaae. - awl dunng in day. bat .-oiu,ld*T-la-g the inauspicious op ening, ****!» were not disposed to grumble, aa hang a. the ram kepi off Not fear a minute during the day. or. la fa. ...

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. — 6 July 1899

T-ttaty.tlv* Ctaii a Maatlt •>■) Mill er C»r.let vol. 1. COPPER ORES FOOND NEAR HIT. WRAN6EL Important Discoveries Made by Three \j- Alaska Prospectors. WHO ARE STOPPING IN SEATTLE One Ledge of Pyrites Was Staked as a Mining Claim. FOUND ON BRANCH OF THE KOTSINA Long Sought Copper Deposits of the Copper River Country Have Been Found to Be of Great Value. Th* copper deposit* la Central Ali.ka near the head of the Copper river, have at last been located, »nd one of ihe principal ledge, has been staked by frank Hoffman of South Dakota, who arrived In Beanie *ev era! days ago en lb* Humboldt, and Is now .lopping at (he .New West ern hotel. t Hoffman »,« one or a | arty if eight, which Included dan 8. (Ton din of Lynn. Mas... an' at-urg* Dtvelbl**. of Port Orr..r I. Or*., both of whom are now In the city, hiving accompanied Hoffman on his trip here. Mr. Cmdon Is the man who gay. Ib. Star, several day* **-.*, an account .if (he (enable suffering on tha Lower Copper liver, to which he h...

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. — 6 July 1899

*» •SB. THE SEATTLE STAR "~ 1.8. atiu k ea.. ruiittiii li. sllarncun .ic.pl Biili.lar in will.*, tl., y. riIA.K. lJvrroß, I ____*_______** ______________ Pit. rem yet „-. , ,1a , .Hit |-»t **.», ft latlitv tie (..ill let mouth tl.lltßl.t M Mali or ..,,.. lac ........ T .. .1 rtt-.ia.va* •**!*•"* [______ DBii.-t,. at.. • - Iklrtl 4t.*a. I IK. 1,4 ,| th. i.-.1.-f r. I*. Bill* .anil at ti. bb .«..-na ......Iter ——— l Orel it DEPOSITS IN ALASKA. The announcement made by at ■* pectors Dtvltblss, Condon, aat.l Holt man, of 111.- location of th* copper deposits it, the Copper river coun try, published In tit., new* column! of the Stat today, will excite great public Interest.- The exlitence ,( large ,|u.tnlilles of copper ore In thai region haa been surmised for ni.ray Jreairs, but It l.laanllaeti for these prospectors to discover the art bodies, atM of whleh laa* been stak ed and la now claimed aa mining property.' The three men who bring the not, do not surround it with an •Ir of IB—atar...

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. — 6 July 1899

REdUITS mm Uncle Sam Asks for Seattle Men TO CO TO THE PfIIUPriXES — - - - Hath Order* R.c.as.4 by Captain '""' N*t*s*a of th* Reerwltlag Offla* Thai Morning. An Important order was received at the lot il recruiting ..(Tl. .- (hla morning (r.mi a-,.pi ,- *_ .Ids.*. In chain* of th* department at I'ml land. The order state, that th* tn- 1 listm.iit of as tetany whit* an.,, , possible I* desii.-l between mw and. next Monday. The enlisted men will be Bent t.i Han Ftant—co and ei,iaip p—.l. and then sent to Ihe t'tullpplnes for service. *_Yi .t.aa.e|ta' ..■ 11 11l „ Jit ■, I.Hilli! AMUSEMENTS , Manager Russell, of the Third It- SUM theater, has mads arrange naraii, wtth th* Stuart's r-nnb* play ers company to extend their engage-, ment. and rinse at the theater next Haturday night. The company open ed Wednesday week, an ' wer* to close last night, but the ——nag. has been st. eut.eß.ful. thai Man- I agar ltu«**il t---n.i-|er*4 11 worthy of. an extended engagement Th. peo pi. in th* compa...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 6 July 1899

4 ft.' Sool\ m non: All of Dewey's Old Squadron. OX DITY niR mmm *o\ths Th.y Will Prshikly S. Relieved la Asian* Water* by Oth.r War tea...... c WASHINGTON. d C July «.— Vl-'ia the arrival of Admiral Dewey In th* 'int.. I Slates It la probable the navy department will eonauli hi,,, about relieving ' Us- navsl torve* at Manila Ma - of th* vessels hay* been on duty In th* Fast for nearly three year*, - aie of thsm for a long er period, and (la. i- I* a desire on the part of the department to hay* ite vessels rrtutia i • ths t'nlted BUl** for a genera! overhauling. Tb* ot_. S cera and men nt th* aqua. ere al* so anxious to b* rrll*v*d from fur the. service in lie Bast, particularly as their Tula.-, are now rontlned to the ordinary routine ef shipboard, without opportunity for a hans- tritro th- mnnotony of service In th* bar* bor of Mania and the Immedlste vt- I cinatv Thtr* are now In the AHallc I squadron, under Hear Admiral "A'st .on. who sueceetlttl Admiral Dewey, X. v easel a nf a...

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. — 7 July 1899

t-^*l^^«»w*4>s>ea>*«a>*>s>ar>4F*>a> ♦ T4.rnty.ft.vt Cents a Mcnth • ♦ If Mill it Cm.. X «*vt«t(4*v»»v>i)»e*«lvt)* VOL. 1. JOE'S SCALP IS WASTED He Is Too Choleric a Premier! TO SLIT THE U\OHU:RIT.S Se Thai Prtpeie te Sua Nam o*l •f o*a«e Sill. f*r J** Marti*. A* foreihßdowr.l txelualvily In th* Star several lays eg" In an Inter view with a prominent .-linen of Vtnc.iit.a 11- C a - riaie I* now at hand In Uncart Columbia pnllip-a. Many people are now after tk* scalp of "Fighting Joe " Martin, tht attorney general, and his (nation Is* been *»k*d for by Premier Ham- Jin. -Fighting Joe." h.aever. IB fa».-a {<■ resign, and he atettes the premier and hi* supports** ..Two rauaei are aecrlbed for Star* tin i pr_e»nt difficult 11* I* the msn that framed and .-tuae-l to b* patted th* obnoiiitua alien mining law, and hl« action In regard to Mr la-dgatt'e mill scheme Is not alto* gather " satisfactory. Th* . latter can** lnt*r**ta St-aii- peopl* at much, perhaps...

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. — 7 July 1899

- THE SEATTLE STAR " "ii sh.,.*Vo nawart lata, .111HH-..H . *„,|.i Bund*)-. t. 11. "SlOls, it, I. 4 11.4KK. . I tun 1 I lunula* M a* tr.rn 1 tie reel pat rery \ »tx i—tiie |er ,»l, a _* . rntt live aala la aer llitlilil tli-llli-ttfd la 1: til or tiaaaa-aa Sn lrv* topi.. Telephone Mi lata teO • e...\, 1101 * * ii.it.it..,,.,. I -let*- stifle fc'clt-re.! ilea it)., IV at. Ila_. a. a., a. .c. * ai.l-.TMia aii.ller 1 Th.a Hilt- of Kentucky ha* again attracted the attention of th* entire country, by re-ton of 11. plcture»qu* and vociferous politic* I compltc* tlom over the xovertiorshlit. Th* Demrtcraiie-f-ndldaf-a. Wtlllem .lea*. b*V la known and r*»iat-ct*tl through out th.- aoaiiiiionm ilth. having kin- i cat hi* political opponent. Col. Han* . ford, in fair fight with pistols at I three pacta. In tact, i tie hot breath from Hanford'* weapon blew through iltu'lit-l'* hair Since-that event, tWbel'B alar. politically apeaklng, has been In the ascendent. The fact ■ cannot be gsinsaye.l ...

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. — 7 July 1899

LIQUID AIR mm Established in New York City. WITH CAPACITY OK 1500 The Product I* t* ■• Usee In Ms. pitili is* Ala* at ss Cole.lts. m —:—; MTV V' 'UK I ''. T.—Oscar I <isterrreti .nd M.-i,* llaatg.t have ea tabllshed « plant on Weal Thirty third sifret. which I* capable with lee horse-powir. developed hy steam, _ nianufsi-luring about lata gallon! W"'iui!ai''t air ia 14 hours, or about atevt... ,o a minute. The air can be produced at a cost of *»- I i tc a gallon with rough ap. I— rains, or It- to St- a gallon with per fected apparatus. It la useful bulb ma a refrigerant and as a motive power. Th* air product-.! la at a temperature .-^ 312 degrees below a ero, Mr. t'slei—ren Is now deviling a •)-**.m fear cooling dwelling houa ee and hospitals by distributed lique fied sir by m.-at, cf a fan. The pro duct may also be used *• in explos ive. Th* air to a* li.iii.n-- I* taken through a .stand.pipe from above the -'' ■' the factory, and after being washed and mi. red ts cumpn-tsrd unt...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 7 July 1899

>::< MORTAGE AIMED a • * —r , Against Treasurer C. 0. Void 01' TBI: ©MO 01 l-NRiTID Assail, eta $717 Dellelt Is 'usda by NIB Brsthrsn Warrant Ha. •tan litest!. A complaint was filet Ib Is. Cann's court thli morning charging I C O. Void, treaturtr' of Excelsior Court No. 17. Oiil.t of ror»*l*r*. with the etatbeeal* ...,.,.i of ITIT of the lodge fundi*, Ths booka of the lodge were Intpectei] yeitrrday, and Void wei ba*- for the iborttg*. . Th* com* plaint was sworn out tiy Al.tan I.r Nlv in. on* of lb* iru.i ..-. of tha on!* era I Mr. Void Is manager of lbs Co operative I'rlattna* t-utniaany, ant! well known In tht* rlty. II haa held lbs position of treasurer of the j IVri-.i.ra for three years, and US rious member* of the order, who hay- been asked In regard to Void's crime, seem surprised, and state they hat. always held htm In lbs highs*! esteem. Mr. V..1 ils all publisher of the Washington Workman and a prominent member of the A. 4>. 11. ■ IV. v . It waa learned thi* afte...

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. — 8 July 1899

Oee3 THE SEATTLE STAR. PI U^tmioiJ X.l J. J.JJ '.^S JLIJjLJL X X XJJLJ \KJ JL XXII. *w~.* VOL. I. HE SAT by THE i frozen CORPSE And Talked Earnestly to It to Dispel JL ; His Own Terrors. THE EXPERIENCE OF TWO MINERS ■.', Ia i l ill a.i i« . r*k i .1 Who Were Attempting to Reach the I ; Coast From Copper River. I ONE OF THEM RECEIVED A FATAL WETTINC And Met Death Sitting in .the Snow—Story of Their Privation and Suffering as Told by the Survivor. On* of th* most frightful at-iraee of death en th* Copper river yet 'told. Is related by Dr. U-rov a. Townsend. who cense down oa the C!ly • of Topeka several I .ti ago j Charles Johnson and IVter Men, in. two prmpertnr*, attempted last t Febaruary to rroat from 1h- till.) of the Copper to the roast by cay ef j Vsl 1. • glacier. tVhile making Iteir »*> along a creek th* tee suddenly 'gave way. precipitating Benson Into the water beneath., It* was eem* . pteteiy imtner.ed. but Johnaee managed to dame the unfoiunat- man ■ out The temperatur...

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. — 8 July 1899

ytCTLESTAR 14_3--i____*_i__ ■♦**» *_***__■ —**' '">at, . "**".' n i i_Jß*-M|, 18. ft 11,., •__*-_*__'__*__• 84-a-It. a -. ta'_j*___i| ... rent* _„ «... a. est-* "*• *S_Sa Bar w.-uil. ,1c ti.t.l ***** a* '"^_— "** s*. ''*• ""Pi.. ' *f—— —3—s'* l a. *" *" * '' ' '*—*"* aaa*. ***** ' **^ jT '** .bat.a .tt.Mtt* jAamfmtm^kmjm^Setti s*atti«, » a,unit. t*~ X 1 r^^^jPsa^l** "****•** ■_*.».' Maipia**~*-»^**-". "■-' i |flS_>S*_j_e''*"stsy*f ass been granted PPP**"*' eelellege of laying .ua: ■Hj_p *___-"_ and he ha* already (•*- ,**£*« naitaua that ■>* "'"I (as ••"■*R , -vaatt. )( a* _____< ©**• -*_l-fHfV that with Ihe res- B^flj_-B^-*#|S*alth he h.te change.! * Sat has- and this i* the _______H?***"*'-'**'?_'** *** co«a).lcrc.l-lif |fTrt*fT»ln~%e United St-trß Bamie Ktke hnii „t . ■ HP"' Utal.v titan, lhal thr i^HI.- 1 Ihe* sailor will nttrel let .-very stage of hi* i_____,< *k4 Medlleriatie.il i^^^V B^Ba-wi a hospitable fl PSratt.it. that l-sb-an. ~^HS******" Rke fevling entrr...

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. — 8 July 1899

(O\TIM(TS AWARDED — For New School Buildings. fijtESTiw brra Mosms- term * , Lai. Over Until Nut Meeting Bra aatdlngt ol th* Board af Education, At the meeting of Ihe board of *tlu. '.' cation tail evening th* principal buiineaa wa* th* opening of bid* tor the new ath.vl h.iai*.'. and addition! recently i.rtt.rwl I oia.lau. I ■ , ,* ed, Th* t-.nira.-t* wart awarded It g follow*: Italnter. B. Bebulta. Ml •■" Queen Anne. Jam « C Bpurr. 114. --tap, Randall. M. 11. Walter, limit; IVnny-Fuhrtn*n. M. 11. Walter. ll.* MA. and at *. tra Harvey It Mien. mtn. lllbaon and I-ayl.>n lubntllled a j Joint hid of till* for Ihr Itandatl. *• Denny * Furrmaii and. Ma-Ollvra I eeboola. but a* It wai hither than th* three lowest bid*. It wa. not *.-. * cepted. Th* area-elan ... directed ,to iu*.i I'roae.tlli . Attorney Me- B "Barey to prepare the neeeuary fount R of th* contracts and bond*. gteTha tl.—. tlx*d for. ih* completion U of th. work on th. Kalnlt-r and Ih. _> Queen Anne ta-h.a-la -is fa)...

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. — 8 July 1899

Br—«*■' ii—i na,,.,, .., - aawM mX '■' mm aamW lm'*WL, Negroes It cmtimb Msrsri Ar* la ag -**. - — .* a**__Slß^j|, By I— -The work i-H*** la prtH-rr-t- B-llltlra at hand Baraia tioall boats Bert llend ttttin a_§*aff.-tt - of lha>*e ■Ml •>- nettitt a B pitf-rlous i»>- By rsmt-tMd' war* Biteltlla.n, | Battle B Hie n.-i.ail mta and »'» .Hi: Hh [-.nut* ela. i. look ■ STOVE ■••.ration by ■ demo !ra tlon i^Bkln* .love* nt ■a being .lam ■ rntmi* of Ike ■ 'OS Bti rail ... Hk tar.- aad tn* Hie. vt.lle-1 th* Ha- I Mr*. Itul- attar, rook an Hfchtnlng rar-hl a_pa-t ring** are Br the small. He ol tb* small. He ni...' ekrptl* Hml ease natth* ■11 Ban, *a hat hi. Hoi.. explalne-1 Hk* .love* an IfORY hTeory BONED Ky » -Th* will Ok* hank .ten- SfrhMie kepi . haa kepi trek ha* been .ntaln pen 1" j aaa Oily, the aar and what . * had to her aLat,th* young _■«• rile.l today ' polie* depart th* girt deUbtr* lie and had eon a__*_s>- tot a lont *\ dated April J. ft '" now Invrsil- Bit . pratvlni...

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. — 10 July 1899

pjSy£.'!a,a| hit m oJ____j-\l rTT J? k3±i\.J_\. p£~Fl £>♦♦♦.<*-♦<>< »^<«««««<>i .X. 1 1 l^j k.3 I*» £-■■ s_L JL \-Ja\-Jk KJ ____.. ___7_l- Jl %,'• **>♦♦♦♦♦»♦ *» VOL. I. HORSELESS VEHICLES FOR USE IN SEATTLE •? «*, First Steps Taken to Secure Automo biles From the East for Trial. ' THEY WILL CLIMB HILLS EASILY Numerous Inquiries Concerning the New - Motor Machines Which Are Revolutioniz ing Transportation in the East. Within th* pan two weeks |HMMB imiuirlaw hia. be.at made *f dealers in carriage* an>t of agent! for Hastens manufacturing concerns regarding the new BSMBIIMMM hi. li hate suddenly attracted so muck aii.nii-.n in th* Atlantic **t*lr« Ther* ar* a number ot rltlsena In Be attle who at- contemplating trial* of lb* motor carriage* and tru. k« provided that their preliminary Inquiries pr.<» . Batufa.loi v .Mr. D. la Bowman, repreeentlna lh* neat taat. baker concern, said to « Btar reporter today; Th. aulomoMlt. will certainl] ctim* Into use In...

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. — 10 July 1899

2 THE SEATTLE STAR lt m^rc~rcyai'T'-.~ Ilea) att.rataan »>npt Sunday. ». It. WILLS, 18. 1' I'll All. Kintta*. I bVUMMt Mitnit I'M test |-et roi-f, (tl c»«l* per t»««k .1 a.,r..at tit. unit per tmual-a Jelat.real h ita.il.iiilil.it N,. tt.a tepl.. «l rTciP>or\,m . 4«ss*~l»O •in.tr* v.. 111.; - • tilled Aveaao »s!«rvU .tlta. |.-.l..|Tc.sl|teallle tt.ai.lu,, te*. B* a-a eta.l -a la, a mailer AUTOMOBILES IN SEATTLE. ■-.-tt'ithtn th* neat twelve months ths hnrselesa vehicles known as sutomo lnl.s. mil probably be seen upon thai streets of Heat! One special point of adaptability te fa.tin.l m the abili ty of these machines to climb and descend hil'.« such as exist In this ctly. They aie. moreover, cheaper to .tin and operate ib*n ore ve hlt-lra with horse*. Merchant* in lias!, in cities who have .ecently SS nested with automobile* In a handling their goods, have discov ered that a saving of from twenty to forty per cent. la effected The same j thing holds food In the '•** of au- ! t...

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. — 10 July 1899

A PIE TRUST IS FORMING New Yorkers Must PatronUo It or Oo Hungry. NEW V."IK Juy 10—The Amerl c»n tie truit.'capital ttoon.oon, | ( to mallow the principal pie companies ma I make a delicate morsel ol the pastry bakeries ot the clly. With » swift el.-, itoiu-i. i.. t-ar rlscei It will dirt freiri pics to all part* of th* metropolis «t dawn, noon and night. It will. Introduce tempting varieties of pies hitherto undiscovered in the felted Btatea, whoae very nanit'S ar* delicious. It promises la bring pj*irv et the dell cats variety served at th* Waldorf- Astoria is private famine* at an et reedltisly moderate price. It propos es it elevate pie as a public Institu tion and increase 111 popularity a* tbe American national driaert. At present the people nt Urenter New York spend tJ,i»o,ooort a year for pic. The.) cainiunie about ."1)0 004) pies a d*y, or 7»,Wo.'»a pies a year. Thi* 1* a careful estimate of sn ,-ril • tit of It* new pie trust Willi a marked Improvement In the quality of pi...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 10 July 1899

« TOME SALOONS a i .1 i-i ' i And the Theatres on Sunday. iiiß^Tiw bmxii mmm Which Ii f linnid Is hi laißferita* in Ssittli This Weak — Thi Detilli. if the Intentions el th* Christian Kndeavttr iteopl* art successfully carried out piealtle will Iced 1.. * quiet t-tty un Sunday* in the near future. Th.- attempt all: be made t.t clits* all saloons, theaters and other plat-as of.the kind from .-4«iiaa.lß> a i mid night until Ma.n.Uy. The step was l-ra. all) Inaugurated at tea recent meeting ef th* t*hrt*llan r*nd*AV«r . t-i-ia. In th* various committee* Ihe matter wa* vigorously taken up, and th* discussion at II result. ' la a well formnl scheme to kill on he Sunday ..iloon and theater business. A meeting af th* local Christian Endeavor union was h- lai is. l"rld*> evening when It was .let i.1.-.l i.i lake Immediate step* to get the campaign , under way. Mi A. , Itnblntvon. a permanent member ..( the local C. tt. anion. wo* seen la) a star r*|>ort*r In reference to the moveme...

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 July 1899

L.:;:::;.,.: J 111H, k_J SliJ\ -X IJL_Jt__ jOl Alt, f,.,..?!!.:..'^....! VOL. I. IR. PAYNE IS BACK Senator Is Pleased ;'* With Alaska. wntifrs soti: mv stosies Isvsttlgitsd the flihsrlst ef the Bsrtkera Covntrj Will ** tail Sees. B«natar Bertno B. I'aynei party' returned to th* clly Ihl* morning .an the S4ea.rn.-r Queen and put up at ill* . Maimer a hotel. The member* ' will remain In Seattle **v«rtl diyi \ end win then mike a iniurely re- I turn trip East. When Senator Payne planned th* preient summer trip tn Alask*. It was itate* In a num ber of papsri that his visit w*. ait- . r*Klly connected wtth th* dispute* boundary <-u*tu*n Hl* inv**tagi. Hon* la th* north. It wat laid, would probably result IB impatient -i»v •tepminti. To a Star reporter Mr. Payne em rhtilc illy denied the ttory lie *aid ' It was a riff* nf Imagination, led th* far- thll te m a member of th* joint high remnilttloa on doubt give color SB th* yarn. - "My trip waa pltnn*! nearly a' year ago ' said th* senat...

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 July 1899

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