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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 16 March 1899

»»r —« LOW RATES MWAHED $12 First Class to San Francisco. m\s of the kRhK nm\\\ Will H.». Twa Bait* to T.«* ta. Pl*«* *f th* Cls.elma «nd N*lioa. 'In "i-lt* it the. fact that both "f th* etoamcr* operated between s.nil* and Han Fran, tarn by in* KniM Steamship I W|n.s| have »*•• taken by th* iiwmhM to serv* as Iranaportf, the company doea not Intend la ritarnntiiiur lh« buatneaa. . K. I.". Oalne. local agent of th* Kruse company, km MM IMI raorntn* regarding th* rbartertna. of Ihe »uu.i: and the C,harlea NeW.m. h.n - uked what action the company »»n!J tab.* In th* mat ter, he >»l.l: ■"Th<« Krux> • company »111 still «-on tinue In the field. I Ws received wont from «**a l*ranci*eo recently from Mir company I that th« would put two iiMnwrt aa ih- iuute to lake th* place of the Nelson ml th* Cleveland. * The government has »<■ cepled both to* *te*mer*»'and they will b- sent to Manila. !. Th» Caar> ma will mill continue to serve a* tb* freight boat of 1 th* «srnpany, an-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. — 17 March 1899

. IH lllllimWMHll WIIIWMI ill I ■ll'lill IMI aHI ■IIMMJW' " f Weitkir lor la.orrow | «?.c.™t>"cl «♦«»♦♦♦♦♦»»♦»»»»•♦♦»♦ VOL. 1 NO. I^. NINE MEN ARE FROZEN TO DEATH Scores Dying of Scurvy in the Cop per River Country. Such Is the Story Brought Down by Passengers on the Excelsior. r,I fr%htful atory of *uff<rln- nn 1 1 0*«U» MM brouiht to thta city by I |>a*wmrrr« on the AaaaMr Kxrrtalnr I *» hlch arm..! In port laat nlK»>l. Ao- tnrJlnc to tneir statement*, mil" men ar» known to have |x-ri»h«4 on ' VaMi-a «U.-I.r amir t^iok'a MM >lur- ln«T Ik* pr*a»nt winter, »hil. othvra . bare dlaaf|M»rr>l. probably never to * return. , Sconta an* auff«rlns from malignant scurry, ant) «>n hare til ! ready dIM of Ilia | A\*rxm-. while others ara la th' i.m (Usv* and will t»rt»h befor* the aiMI if Mrln« Hit men met tl.*th tofether on the VaMr* «la«-irr durtns Hie 1 %»t Vaak la February. - Tbey belonged to a party fwomi^l n«r by. Their name* were llu<l»l|>h Klb>rkanii\ of L...

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. — 17 March 1899

-' THE SEATTLE STAR I ».'!> •hcnuoin ■ \i• pi kwii.'ik*. k. ii. wgujt, I s. r. rn,\«it. - <»»• tmn |*r mi'jrt #1* ronl» p»c «•»». cr twiiilx li\v rvltU I- 1 tn.'ullt .(.-lurrr.l l< I'Htn. It. utnitj> 111 HlVKln', So ftoa 1 nl«phona •*•)!<•• I»O 11. No. not • • TM*nl A"")*' >l:l>rv.l >uh«|««|i>lKit<iitl<rntU«. WuhlUf- Uncle Im ■ 111 »oon be hnvlnc a* many central otnerra In hi* army and navy a* Spain pong*****, unless the pruning knife la «l>!-I. I | v«ry •<K>n. \V« have twin making fun at ixwr oM, Oornci down In Cuba, because he claimed an array of !.i\ on*, half of whom were Him, but It now look* as though that wily In »«r«*nt »ii) mi have a rhanr* to cumo II) on tiw last and 1..«t laugh. The Judge advocate general of Hi* navy li,»» dvi'ii'.r I that burvau chiefs nit* entitled to rank and tltlr of rear admiral*. Ti.«- t(m« m«y rume «hi'n an American admiral will have t<> di«tin.«iilah hi* |>usiit.>n by the word "land" or "water,...

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. — 17 March 1899

jT. ft ft ft ft ft ife ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft I ' The i Seattle ill ' m iiKn if " i ■jj- ouaiuu y i : Star I ©Will I 7» | Erening — o | t; Ereiiiig Newspaper o /IN ( oßl.lolac .11 sf Ih* a_ /IN C oatalalnc all ..f Ik. « News'-Worlfl 3 © crisp ■ 5. [— Condensed T Form, $ OAJapteJ to the needs of, busy *^ ■ p«?pte. The average nun of * I.woman always likes to. sunftly w *' ' ' scan the moving panorama of the ! _ . Rlofcc during the leisure half hour (j) a** , ! then follows the evening meal, ami 1 . . then turn attention to other in.it ters., The tnibllshersol the TUB , _ c\ : Star appreciate this fact and ha\x ! IJ Vi/ I modelca the paper so that */ H Directness of Statement -^ jl- Will be a noticeable feature. An %y (TV' interesting, breezy style of para- 1 . graphing finds increasing favor in , these days, as opposed to the old • i . time fashion of ponderous "write- »•»?. « ups" and editorial utterances. l) f\ { THE Star will have Jj^ -Q All of 1116 Local ...

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. — 17 March 1899

4. WIUBLEW 6REAT GUSS Excelsior's Stormy Voyage Down. B<Mtn un jibs niiiinii \\\\\ list* H»mi»t4 b«sl* ''oi.n Shi*. sine *lgi»i th* Aleutian Co.it at • SLnq.tlll. The ilramrr Excelsior report* a | very rooirh trip from AUaka to the lloun-l 8^»rr«l i*l<» wer« of (»<■• , qu.nl iKTiitrtnri', and the *»-«l ■ •t«-nnirr waa <>«•• d at>uui Ilk* a n>rk In th* bevvy »<•■». Th* decka ' w*r* often complclely flooded with water. Th« rou^heat rale waa en* countered on March X. when the Kt celalor waa between UDKa and K.ir- Ink on the aaulhward trip. The wind blew n'r«.ni;f> from the north w»a* quarter. and -- liiir»a«-<1 m vtolenc* until It *v Mowtafl a hur ricane, Tii* aleamer »*» i"it about and krpt her head to the •• a. »r, »i ' rare brine | cxtrclaetl to avoid her broachtnii to. Kboutd Ihla have hap> : pened ah* would probably have been enculted. " ' The (train on th» matt* and Hu nt n« «aa aevere. and they audden- i ly briran to ctve under th* pr«-«»ur* The ...

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. — 18 March 1899

Weather (or Tomorrow OHOWSRa VOL. I SO. I!'. pin mil is mm Many of Those injured in the New York Hotel Fire Die in Hospitals. The Proprietor. Warren Leland. Goes Insane Over the Loss o! His Wife and Daughter, Miss Helen. NEW YORK. March 18. --(Hulk-tin) i- "Firemen,i arc Mill at Work tin:the t Whul , »»»r hotel c ruins sc;irchhiK for A bodic>; The list of ■] known,dead thin muruint; will reach l.it^ii. The latest , figures • place the ; number missing" at >» \ • ent\-twi.. Kcports '-'frotn i the \.iii<ii- In >> pi ta state that fully titty of the in jured are beyond• recovery. The titleenth known death V occurred this Vnorri i riit," the victim hein«\Mnry, Chain herlin. Warren l.chunl. proprietor the hotel,''who '• became temporarily insane -last^evening,*in somewhat better thisT mornimt. Fred Misch; correjsp<t»ndent of the [I Son * Francisco* Bulletin. I* utill missing. s *"■'■•■'•" - Ni:W YORK. .March 18 --<llulletin)^-Two hundred; men were started to work at ...

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. — 18 March 1899

- THE SEATTLE STAR |t»»t 1 allcinomi »\.«i' Cus>l«r. * '».' ii. »m> I I i ru H>it»« I HiitxtM M»H**ta <>ti»»rrni |*ci t«ryi »l» f«nu I** *«*»• nt ihmii «>■• rrnU prl laomh U»U»""i by rurnort, »l»»)i in «.i»«n.- No It** i i'l'U«. ■ f Telephone Plk* 180. .■n.. >*. no', • • Ihlnl .l»einn» lui.ir.l«(i jHrtit-m.* «Tf«tue. «»»hlng*j leu in •<-< .u.i . laM m«ll«f, 1 I v ti«t> EXTLURATIUNII. Th* n.ivrrntiirtit evidently Intend* to rnak* thorouch *xploratlona thla : cur In her*tntor* nrulrrlnl put- MM " Alaaka. Information from Waahtniton. I', «".. la to th* effvet that the War department haa itlrm-t- ! <->t Captain Abtrcromble to tnkr- a military party to Cook'a Inlet and Prince William*' aound. and to p*n •trat* th* unknown r*clona around Ih* Phuahltna. Kuakokwln. and Matanuaka river*, ala.i rttabl|*hln« military re**rvatlona at Valdea, C»p> p*r Center, th* croMtnir of «hr I'pper Copper, and Ih* Tanana. and at Forty Ml)* cr»*k. II la also pro propoa*4...

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. — 18 March 1899
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. — 18 March 1899

4 (Mill m sext U. S. May Take Her for a Transport. FKn«;HTKI! OF THK kCI'SE I.I\F If Sha It CntrUrad She Will 0« to B Manila Lo*d*d With fr.,ht ■• P**»*nfor*. ' Th- «lf«mrr <"a«rlna. th* freight it. imrr of the Kruae . tHeanulilp company. la likely la <•. chartered by the government to •••rvr ■• a trans port l.> Mantlv Th- u.r iiunnmii for chartering th« I'uriti^ m- now brlnC kmul.- «l »n Kranc-taitt, 12. i:. <ain.\ aavnt of the company at Featll*. »mm aeeu flu* in..num., awl Mitt: ' "The pst>J*ct of Ihr cii*#r»im»ni'« taking the i*a»ritu» to iro to Manila la at premnt belnc talked over !•»•• Iweent la* uitlrUl* and lac •■•>mi>any at San Kraii-ia.... but »» . yet »• hare received no,advice* that she had been •eeurcd; The t^iartoa left Seattle four.'or'Rvv: day* ago for Ban r'ran.-»«■»». and ah.uil.l have ar rival there today, If th« matter I aaisifartnrlly art'l-l «« «ili aa •MM Maar or it aaaak." la the event nt the CMrtna'a ««'- Inc to the Philippine*, atw ill...

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 March 1899

I*** *»♦♦«♦-»♦*»♦«♦♦« o« I Wrathrr lor Tomorrow • MAIN * J ■ ... ~ ... .3 VOL. I no. SjO. HER LIFE IS SNUFFED OUT Mrs. Place, the Murderess, Electro cuted at Sing Sing. p SING SING. March 20.—(Bulletin)—Mrs.Martha Place was electrocuted in the penitentiary here this morning. The current was- turned on .it i 1:10, and death was in stantaneous. The execution was the most successful that ever occurred in this state since electrocution was Introduced Exactly at Vi o'clock the condemned \voman was conducted into the death chamber by two , women attendants. Thoroughly composed she walked with steady step, although her eyes were closed. She was evidently repeating i prayer. Then she murmured "God save me." A moment later she was seated In the chair, and the women attendants adjusted the electrodes. A current of 1760 volts was sent through her body for four seconds, and 200 volts for $6 seconds. After the current was turned off the prison physician made an ex amination, but found no signs o...

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 March 1899

c THE SEATTLE STAR t.B. luutco.Fitiimn Krery atbranoa .■> . | I Min.Ur. I . 11. v»Ills, I B, r, I II V-» Hhii'K I lluiiu, Ml* >nm one r*ni i*r r*»ry I »l* i»ni» |»i »■ i ,-» l«ri.l> n»ii .•ul. I*l iii.mill dellwriMt hj i arnria, alwajrt 111 advance. No In* •aalga, Tslephona F*lWas ISO. 0i1.,,. So not • • Ihlnl iIMM mirnd at the |<nat»lF.e* S.I Seattle, W«ililßf i* i», a* Mniii-l rlaat maitnr. California stand* illncra. today befor* all of th* people of th* United i 11.*. by r<'«wn of Urn l>ra«<in- fatr.l action of It* legUlatur*. which irfu». Ito ,1,. a fnttrj Htate* ».n --ator becaumt th* member* rould not acre* on a suitable raacal. I> M. Hum*.' the noinlnrr of th* Southern l'aftiu- railway, on* of th* m.iht notorious nun In California, dlvld rd hon r« on the final ballot with I' 8. Grant Jr. whoa* manager, Milt (Irren, admitted during Iht- |>n>Rrra» of th* eaaMal that >><■ had I'M" n.l rd tare* sums of Urant'a money In securing th* election ...

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. — 20 March 1899

SB SB TO SB SB- SIS TO SB • TO' TO' TO ife SB to IB SB SB SB «5 SB I—x » I The a Seattle § ! Star I. 2 Evening Newspaper o . - /IN ■ 1..'. an Ik* _ « News "'-. World a 1 © Crisp* 5. |— Condensed D" v. Form, g »- i) Adapted to the need* el busy «^| <\^ r people. The average man or --. ■ ■*• ■ woman i always likes to swiftly • '!" | > scan the moving panorama of the — ;* globe during the leisure half hour 111 a^* that follow s the evening meal, and (J then turn attention to other mat "• ters.* .", The publishers at the TUB -^ 0" • i STAR appreciate this fact »nd have fj modeled the paper so that \f " Directness of Statement -q ; __ Will be * noticeable feature. An %y , in Interesting, breezy style of para- w Z graphinz finds Increasing favor in . these days, as opposed to the old* . time fashion of ponderous "write* •-• ups" and editorial utterances. (1 ■ f\ The Star will have _J^ [■p All of lie Local _, '.§ Telegraphic News |". C Don't doubt it for one minute. The paper will no...

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. — 20 March 1899

4 WHAT DOES SHU WAIT! Italy's Puzzling De mand on China. STILL MMINKF.It BY DirLOMATS The Metl«« of the Italian Govern. went la China** Coaoe»ilan» Hot Und.r.tood WARItINOTON. March ».—Th« Vaihlncton dlplnmatlata arc all at *»« a* to the i>urt«>«« of Italy In at- ' tempting to arrurt- harbor and rail- ' way rvnr«*atona In China. An «'i 1-erlrnc**! diplomat, *hoa« Intervat In th.' matter haa led him to In quire of all the prominent member* of the diplomatic circle aa ta their knowtedjt* of Italy* dealirn. la au thority for th» statement that no body here la capable of vxplaininar why nu.-h a radical atep ah 'i 1 I tin been laktn by that eminent. It appear* to be the Impreaalon In the best Informed diplomatic clrvlea that I Italy cannot aecur* Hie money a** ; ceMuiry ai carry out the Man Hun I I<rnj<-ct. an.l In far«» of ihl« her ac tion la all the more Divvtrrloua Accordint* to tha opinion here, Italy la Mmtly very much In •arneat In her announcement that ahe will aend 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. — 21 March 1899

T Weather (or Tomorrow v CLOUDY % s»»♦»»♦»♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦ NO 1.. I NO. 81, inn. join siiuiu \)\:\\) The Illustrious Statesman Expired at Sea. While Enroute Home on the Steamship Paris. WA»IIIXin»N -March a.— (Hut li-tlit >-v dUpatcb J-.ist rvcrlvcd at the win: !lt>u*c. announce* th* death of Hon. John Bh«rman, Alt of the Itaira on |M«NMM build ln«a ore ordered at halt mait. CAIUANKRA. Cuba, M«r h 'I - The Part* arrived h«r« at 1* o'clock l»!»v ««■! !r|»iriftl ihn death of Hon. Jr.fan Sherman on th* roya** from X !•!.:»(,..;i. Th ■ Part*. «ili-t for Kantlaso an hour later. Wu«*n the r«ri« '.ft Kingston '->«! ewn* I-« shnni.tii w«i sinking, and non dared h»r« that b« •■•m.l aurvlv* tb* r! it Sit. The !....|y mil b* cmbatm<sl and *<>nt hnm« on a cruiser. Mi I Si.riitan xmtrai !••-! » fatal Illnraa while limpfi tine . the battle scene* Of the fpaiUth-Amerlran war. John tthtrman wa* on* of th* moat I p-niitfiit tij;ur«'« In American i^ ll tli* for many year*. II- waa >...

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. — 21 March 1899

•_' THE SEATTLE STAR . : h » elu * a.. nmiMti I v>ir all*!«•«•» riufl (tunitny. 11-.. IK. r. riiAan, KMV> 'I -.m" MtNtlK* ;-- Oft* rroi re7"«<r>l »t» e»nl« rf», ™—\ c.» i»r>.r. in,- nnu \*t moniu d»n»«tr«l l>r .<m.i., ■!»■)• in *'U*u>'». J»o lMr rupl**. , ____ ""TnT»iphpr>«rpili<e) ISO. tilt!..- >«TT»«ii -'■ • llitr.l lirmt V«ta^rejTTt^pT«lolSireaTiei«ltle.'\\a»l«l»«- Inn. *■» •'■*■. ll'W In.* ln*Ui r. The tint Mi.vfxfiil cabl* llnra lx>- Iwtni tht> I'nltol t<tatra and 17ur* • ■)■— «vir put Into operation In l 1"' -' that yi-ar our commtmi with Kiiri.|«- amounted to $■ M3.3M. l.uit year It had rearhw] the •tun of Jl.:T'.>.~:».*J*. Our commerv* with the wliol* n.u1.l In INa*4 amounted to »;v:.c.1.:,-s. i^tut y.-ar It had mount ed to the ni.iuii aum of tl>*r.- Wi.;'«s. II ii would ii..i b* fair to •wil thl» vast commercial *Yxpan ■Jon" haa been due to ocean cable*. It Ii certainly no exaggeration It «ay that th« facllltle* they havr «iv ...

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. — 21 March 1899

SB ©> &> «R ?R *B IR SR it .* *• & * SB * ; fl*- ffi- SB SB fR' SB SB S> I --in .i a> ■ ■■_ ■ i " | The I 11U ' ■■■■■:■:'■■. I Illi I Seattle s ! Star 9 % ""■ —: y; +j Evening Newspaper o A\ toalalalas alt at it. co News % World D a^+' * Crisp, ■ - IICb I— Condensed T i^,. Form, OAdaptcJ to the need* of busy •*• |X«rle. The avefage man or * woman always tikes to swiftly scan the moving panorama of the _ globe during the leisure half hour yl •*^» that follows the evening meal, an J a then turn attention to other mat *" ters. The publishers of the THE -. 0 STAR appreciate this fact and have fj modeled the paper so that V 0 , Directness of Statement -~ Will be a noticeable feature. An a^ in intrresting, breezy style of para- *"C v graphing finds increasing favor in these days, as opposed to the old* . time fashion of ponderous "write- •— ups" and editorial utterances. (1 f\ THE STAR will have 211. ■Q ;IH of tin Ltd . ■■Via v. weU ■• ih« • hfl • IT vU C Don it for on...

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. — 21 March 1899

4 1 DELAY ALLOWEII Wires Must Be Buried Before Dec. 31. WSftt ItllllTTO: NO I>MM> OraUan** »r«a*r«a OaltMlaf th« Seoa* of th« Conduit t«tt*m. Th« corporation* commilt** of rounrll. to »hkh waa r*{err*d th« matin- of rutting all elwtrle |M unilrr*ruun<l. baa decided to r*port In favor of an ordinance ordrrtnic 411 of tlir ill. IMI' companlci to bury (hetr «rlrra h«for« '•> iomil'-t SI, of th* prrarni >*»r. Th* Ilinlta of Hi-» undrrcmun I wlr* dt>trlrt are. h «« rvrr. r*Htur««l. owing to th* fart (hat MM Mrc*la bam M »i>t n« »«1U foon<l«ttr.n ; for conduit a. Amon« tlH< *>."1. L\M . nn|.i. til"^«A»M« • irrrt. HallrcMi>l a» niur, ami \V.-,i. m a**niM. Th* new line* for the dUtrtel where the wires are to be burl*4 «r* a* fallow*: H.-arifnm« at the n«rlhea»t aan t of Pik* *tr**t and Third arenu*. running thence auutherty alontr the eaal Una of Third avenue ant Third avenue eoutb to the aouth line of Mala *treet: thence weaterlr •-■> th« » >uih line ...

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. — 22 March 1899

Wnthir lot Toaorrow RAIN \<<; . i no. lIER GRAVE DISTURBED _________ Strange Story From Portland. . lIHS. GRACE TOWS' CRAVE Said to Humj Been TaTiperad W-t+» by CSouts. sin ;m\ i\m:\tiis Doctors Hera Ref-.t* the Star* - 5...1 : mi) Winttd th* Carpi. for Oitttctiaa. A *rn*«tlnnal •: ■ry cornea frur.i Portland ImpllcatlnK ' eerrral wall known »v«tt!<- |h>ii.-um in an at ti-mptivi (rave robtwry at that placv. Sunday aft*rnoon lti« INirlUnd |.-> --ll'v trjv-t'-S IClmn Call. ■; !•■>»■. ap> |<ar«ntly half wtttan). »>n i hir •- ..( it fti'i Una t:• r •!■ the grave of Mr*. • irsrv f'thrl Trrvor. In 81. Mary's itmclery," on the run aid*. 1 Mra. Tr**er dle<l In thla ■ t itjr March IX af>*r a lon# »*•«. ai.J Mr Trtvor, ■ w#U knovn t-i-.r .*.«.»! --•■r, look th* remalna to Ponlaful f r ln!rrm«!it, . Th<- I'.irtUnd •tnnr cUtma thai lira. Tr. \ •;■ » ..» ail<-« > I to hjvr a i-am-rr. but after an un auceeasful «pvratk>n In S. . li., ah* dkni, ami bo tr...

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 March 1899

s THE SEATTLE STAR ■ ■ ■ ■ In •ltd b I will imb: It would not be (urprtnlncr to hear a >|U'-r> from hrr Chtnc*« m U'*'>". the !>■!.' u,i-r i::iii i--'i«. *• i■> «h«tb •r or not <"> t* to <>»• allowrd to re< tain a *: \ :.:■,•:'.<•■<' Icteivat In i" r.r < MM in trust which ih. ruiers of i:nr i-.- <"■*' oreanlstnt in bcr Uomlnloa*. f\Vh*n the ne«»t>aier rlrrulstlon Uar* atrurk S<>tt!t!«> a few days aK>> whit*-rol>«nl Trulh *ii^nt*y v rcaJ her «rtnc> a:id :l.Mt• I unity to Tmou tea. On Ott* Is fs«t lmpr«*<lnx tbe tact upon Uh« rmplnoa that war la oat the picnic tha: they Ik* »«p --poaed It t > be. Th« milk trust la report*! t • bar • tone to smash. The promoters tin duly watered the stock. MINING NOTES. Tree mitllnK cold ha» been ttrtick a- a depth of IS fe«t on tbe Grand F«rka No. S. on the north fork <t the Kettle river, three mil* from Crand Fttrka, B. C. ,The ciaim l« owned by Jj. k S. t:i a:il James vldaon ...

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. — 22 March 1899

| £&■ 9t ■?C W Wt fGI- fB JR A * * & " * *B * I 1? ' fl^ S^- fl*- SB * •" > XL The iiiu $ Seattle ¥ ! Star I +{ Evening Newspaper o 111 *^ . * * r /|\ tKataWina all »r Mm (/> News ■■- Worl D « Crisp, ,jp |— Condensed T ' ■'•■ / V Form, 0 Adapted to the need* of busy "^ people. I The average man or l woman always likes to swiftly j scan the Ikvnng panorama of the _ ! glob* during the leisure halt hour U) I that follows the evening meal. anj, ' a | then turn attention to other mat ! tors. The publishers of the THE -. OSTAt* appreciate this fact and have C) | modeled the paper so that Pli\<l j P.- Directness of Statement i; } Will be a noticeable hire, An ' ■ i^ ! Hi , , interesting, bree/y style of para- i ; V;* praphing finds increasing favor in j these days, as opposed to the •■! I | . time asrtion of ponderous "write- : »— ups" and editorial, utterances. . (1 ! /^ rut Star will have . ! -Q All of the Local , | "*-• 'A* «»II M Ik* ' if TelepnoicNews || | CDon'tdoubt...

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