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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 22 March 1899
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. — 23 March 1899

¥ Twenly-Vv* Ctat* * Month < ■ ly-Avf C»at» * Month X <■ Hi M*ll *r Ciiri.r ! ! ' vol. i no. via. DOWN GO THE RATES! War Inaugurated Between the Trans- continental Lines. Canadian Pacific Sells $12.50 Tickets From St. Paul to Seattle. Seattle Merchants Jubilant Over the Prospects and Expect Great Prosperity. The gigantic rate war between ttio transcontinental rii!rtvu!s, which has;been predicted (or weeks past, has it last begun in earnest. The clash CMC last night, and today it promises to assume.proportions never before realized. For several weeks past the Great Northern and North ern Pacific have been selling second-class tickets to the Pacific Northwest for $25 to homeseek crs. Late last night the Cana dian Pacific and Soo line an nounced a west-bound second class rate from St. Paul to the coast of $12,50, just one-half of the rate charged by the, Ameri can lines. Dispatches received this morn 4 in.: indicate that the Great Northern will not only meet this cut, but will pa...

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. — 23 March 1899

'-■ THESEATTLLSFAK • 1 •. " .ul:ru.- i Mfgpl KaidlHV, i ft ttranUst <*uu twr nmuiß iicii*rf«Hi It • ■'■■'■< '-. jii>...i» lit »U«*utv, Ku •■•• IfH>tv». • 'Phona a*iko 180 <i(tm« Nn. not'"'<rj'i.' sTh|rirA««iiiu> . 11. ■• Jnhn fhrrmnn li->» the unltiue • !>:.m■!'; ii nf I) int Hi.- t'tily Amvii (All M.iti-'.ni.in wli . rvir •> ul III* pl'Uuary i.-iv i il!v imhlisli'sl lor to ii- >i.ii;ti Iterotutar^ wtvn .> l-t*-;n:ii ■•■.i jiubllo turtn h<i4 lv. a rx* l^t-iml to dn>, th* MMtjlipW r»iH»rt- tfi have k> I I m'.i»flr:« \1,;'.l 111 Hi"- hoiwe, cr .11 Ihn ti !caj!t, *<nl no I'rrmaturv <lrath aitnounreniettt «»» (»ia«ili|i-; but in iti,. •-<>■"• '■ Mr. Slimtiun the «mnl*oU»nt rtixirlrr win al fault, ft>r he could not ■>■<* ttrrvm i h<- »iiit'i'o Intu the »hti> COB* \.'vi ■< i!i« »|i 5. nun l.« I tin- fact t. !•••;..I that the yellow Journal*or* Kulitleaa in iht» caw th«y hat tivUiittK ta I" with conrorlins Hi' tuimn...

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. — 23 March 1899

The Seattle Star M »«* an Evening Newspaper I ..«iaim..i all of ih* News "'•■• Worlfl f\J ■ ■ IN » Crisp, Condensed ■ * Form, i . ■ ■ AiLiptrJ to the needa of* busy people. The average man or woman always likes to swiftly scan the moving panoranu of the p\abe during the leisure half hour that follows the evening meal, anJ then turn attemi<w to other mat ters. The publishers of the THE STAR appreciate this fact and have modeled the paper so that Directness of Statement ■ ■ * i Will be a notice feature. An { interesting, breezy style of para graphing finds increasing favor in these days, as opposed to the old time fashion of ponderous "write ups" and editorial utterances. THE Star will have • All of the Local A* w?U a. IK* a TelegrapMc News Don'tdoubt it for one minute. The paper will not claim to be th. best on earth with the "largest circula tion"—that is, not yet awhile, but the effort will be made to steadily improve it. In the. meanwhile please remember that news • ' aV '' tel...

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. — 23 March 1899

|^» i!i:rom: in: AWAY i= Aguinaldo Will Fight Another Day. - -- REBEUJ.mSI\firOUA.\ASS\ILT Ocnflrmatlon 'of tha ««porl» of rifMfxf at Hollo. ' V VVH.V. J«»kH H IllllWlf Bt I'^ul tttnnl today from Hollo. mul conflnn* tin- r<H»>rt ot nchtlns on the outskirts >'( Hollo la*t wtvk. Th« loaa** on ih.- .\merlran aid* , mttm cm* trill**'! ami tlftrfu. wound •d. . Th» tiwmr •ufT-Trd lii*av«ly. Vl>« •.ttacklnr I'ltlr u'r,»!>li«l "t •bout KM mii'liM rtH*m*B. Thr> , «*rt .>f>ivo»«J by • battAlion of th* , T'nn»«.-» rolunti-.T". an I «*vcn romranl** ft lh« K<(ht.<-'!ih run far*. Th» Amrrl.'nn • (W mipport* I M by thn-> llatchklaa mint »i*ti..n. , M trmu ih» rlvfr. It la ih* be* llrt Mint Ajrulnalda'S faiwa *r» i>rv- ' l>*rlnc tor a ittwnl o4tack on th« 'American lln<-«. Tb- ranevntratlun ' ft r»t-ri« at VaUhi.n an.) tb« »ln>li|r«hi>nln« of their pmltlona rean>< Maloloa, eonvtnc* "- Anwri «an offlc*ra that Afuini ' Inif nli to nmll* • .l«s>...

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 March 1899

I -»♦♦♦.>»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦+♦♦«> I I T»<nty tin Ctßtt « Month t „ K. Mill or Cartlt* o VOL. l NO. -'•. SCORCHING ARRAIGNMENI Coroner's Verdict Fixes the Blame for Tuesday's Explosion. Severe'y Blames Owner of Building, the City and the Plumber for Negligence. Th* wrdlet: Thai *\1 Van .le Van hi. iwn crtmlnaliy nml^rni In th« malnuoanre tnil »|>«rallon of a •team h*«t*r: That th* city of Seattle ha* been miltty of rnntrlbutlnx t!i*«llie In rwrmlttlnit the pi... imt of aal.l heat* er In the lira under th* ald**alk on " public tborcushfar* In *aJd elty. «nd la not r\rirt*in mi>rr careful aupenriitiun gver >t*am "i «tlu« pianta; That th* firm at O.uuMln lima.. who placed aaid acemia plant In potl. ttan under aald aidewalk. ihould li. r«n»ure.| for placing a aafetr valve * *>»!■•• non* ahould hava been pla. e-1. thereby In 11 I u<-lh« an «lement of th* (reateal danger. At 3 p. m th* Jury mad* It* re port aa riven above. Th* Juror* »'" r»ul d* Henry. Jaa r. Mason. T. M T«...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 24 March 1899

•-• THE SEATTLE STAR • .. , ■ . tj. w ells » co, nitiiuit. __ 11») »li< rii... » .• v.. i-i Hmi.Ujr. k, 11. WKUA I K. F. fIUMt. 1 !■!!. •« | ttltlßCM "KMi.r. ti'nr rent |x-r r,»pj i *ts r«nli |*t*r «..* f>r imr.u iuc rviiU |wr tmmili ii^-t-.i i> wilin, «1h«)i tv HIHH *••■ ''>■*' Talsphon* "»H«a» ISO nm.r. >„. iii>: '• Third v>...... * * ton. #» w*»»n't<l»«# inatU'r, De VI awn th* Kl.>n.lik.>r This question fwrma the )<•■ > ui>:«" of a "news* Hem In mi esteemed i-»n --trmi>.<rary which prides u» -It m"'> the MM • of Its Information. The Hem In question recount* the all*g- : r.l discovery by "nve rtnlandera" of Iht i. , t l liusstan t'-nisi.t.ny, . . . 1 ni.iikrii by a series of raoumli > n• •tructed of loo*o etone*, upon whlrh appeared a number of regularly m graved rh-ii.n-ici«" One might Ignore tomrnvrvt cf this character, but for the mischief caused by the Instillation In' the r»blle mind ••' --misinformation concerning nn lß> ...

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 March 1899

The * Seattle Star Ereiing Newspaper < i.i«i i.. i » ..I of tie* News --• Worlfl Crisp, Condensed Form, Adapted to the needs of busy people. The average man Of woman always likes to swiftly scan the moving panorama el the lobe during the leisure half hour that follows the evening meal, and then turn attention to other mat ters. The publishers of the THE STAR appreciate this (act and have modeled the paper so that ■ ■ Directness of Statement Will be a noticeable feature An interesting, breezy style of para graphing finds increasing favor in these days, as opposed to the old ■ i time fashion of ponderous "write ups" and editorial utterances. The Star will have All of Hie Local A* »rll •• Ik* Telegraphic News Don't doubt it for one minute. The | paper will not claim to be the best .■ on earth with the "largest circula- i tion"— that L., not yet awhile, but | the effort will be made to steadily improve it. In the meanwhile please remember that news "tips" I telephoned to the office (...

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 March 1899

r'4 PROBABLPi RATEJVAR But Official Action Is Delayed, fIHM«MtWfrTIWTHHH.» Tr«ns*ontlM*nt<l Una* •>« Rlad* to C*|«g* la Haitihtie-i. FT. rAI'U March 14-Tha r«. |-ori» wired out from Montreal yr» terday la the effect that th* Can- a.lnn I'arino hail Inaugurated the ' rat* war to th* Pacific Coast, seem to have been somewhat premature, although t'hero t* every in.li.aiu.n that th« Canadian road contem- ( iUir< an aa"a**"eealve movement, to j i»fTa» I the revent rr«li>eiloii of h->mi>- i tecker*' rate* over the Orest North ern. It I* stated on apparently «.->«t authority that Central Paa*rna*er j 'Agent McNlcholt, of th* Canadian ; I'a.lnv. mad* th* remark several day* »r>< to another railroad official, that hi« r>«a-l MIM ahow Jim 11 lit , thai he could nut Ml r*te* with Im- ' punity. Jam how Ml* report e>'t started In Montr*** t-hart th* Canadian I* rifle had and* lh« cut to »i '.M re main* a imrnlTi 1. It »aa believed by the newspaper agencies and th...

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. — 25 March 1899

* r*ttty.fl»» C*nts t Month < •> 9- f.ll cr tinier j (>i . i \<>. 15, A FIERCE BATTLE FOUGHT The Americans and Filipinos Meet Near Malolos. Hundreds Are Mowed Down by a Scathing Fire. The Filipinos Were Forced Slowly Back With Frightful Slaughter, but Rally Several Times. mMU. March »-Th> culmln • tlnt stru«s!» b«t«t«a the MMi in front ot Maluloa anJ th* advancing Am#rs<-«n army nndcr a«ti«ral on.. ha» b»tn In j r 'Htma for v.«. and t^-j »;.<t.,.!..- ta a M|M|MI and l*rr!bli> on», Th« Amtrlrana ar rhargtnx th« trvm-tc* In their usual re*ii«'M atyta. I! I* now i oYlork ta \t<- afternoon, ami to* battl* ha* ht»n rajrfnc ilnr* early roornlnir. t'p .to the moment whvu thla dispatch *•* aeot. t#»nty Americana have bwn killed nnd !-:■ wounded liav » «■ n broucht In t.. th* Held htm. pital*, with many more disabled #n rente on *tr*trb«ra. ; Ott» macnllk^nl tharit' atl*r an■ othfr made by th- Amvrtrana rlehl VP to eh« rebel trwnchos ».<• m«t *inh • .irtrr-.i...

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. — 25 March 1899

• ■ THE SEATTLE STAR Kvtry kftrtnoan e*rtpt wm.io. r. ii. wku* Pis. r. niAKK. Umi.'R. I ln»i>r«« M«n««ir» One cent prr frjiyi >1> rrnn |»t»«li ri (t\rul\ AtK <vnU t<-r in.'(Hit .i.MUi i''-l I v iinUK. «)»•)• 111 «.1>»11..' NO Ik'» »fri«»- .-■-.-. tolsphun* l»lk<«_J^OO^ «Tinrn>*.Nsri>ai • "• ihua *»•»«• > mi c.-.i >i ii-.r i» .1. r. • •• «< v*ttl»,nulling luft, •» •ewntl-clin* MMi)^. Tin- flmt thine «« know the mill* t.irv lv>.ir<l "f lim'.ilry nuw • ii'i.iki' I In Inveitlicattng th* I»-.f (urnlnhft] to the army during tho rii-.ut war will declare that Mllea' chanrt-a at toil iMiuif.l r\>Aßt bc«f ar<> unfuund- , »4. nilaleaJlru;, an I Injurloua I ■< th* ii" canned roaar !>••>• r furnlihoi to I hit army. What ««• *»ld to I'lul*. Ram a» "prim* r:>«h NMI I>.. f" Wat not roa»t l»f( at nil. but bolted :»■• t from wtilrh all the nutriment ha« Irfii imlltM. a iiiinity BM of meat utterly larking In nutritious dements. It ha» b...

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. — 25 March 1899

The Seattle Star Evening Newspaper t .■ntalKU.c .11 of Ik* Hews -«World 11 A Crisp, Condensed Form, .■ Adapted to the needs of busy people. The average man or woman . always likes to swiftly scan the moving panorama of the globr during the leisure half hour * that follows the evening meal, and then turn attention to ether mat* ters. The publishers of the The Star appreciate this fact and have modeled the paper so that Directness of Statement Will be a noticeable feature. An Interesting, breezy style of para graphing finds increasing favor in these days, as opposed to the old - time fashion of ponderous "write ups" and editorial utterances. The Star will have All of the Local TelegrajMc News Don't doubt it for one minute. The paper will not claim to be the best on earth with the "largest circula tion"—that is, not yet awhile, but the effort will be made to steadily Improve it. In the meanwhile please remember ■■• news "tips" telephoned to the office (Pike 150) will be much appreciate...

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. — 25 March 1899

•» SUITS for mm To be Filed Against the City. snHUTomNPim:\ri.ftsi«f\ attofneji Htva Baaa Rat*lna< to Pre«» tha Cltlma la Court. • It wan learned on «»>-l authority ti»!i> that dama«e nulls will be mmnwnml early next week acatnatj the City uf Beaut* by relatlvra of the men who lout their ll> ■■• ihr.'Uarh the bolter ciploalon la>! Twveilay. Morrla Kahn. repnreenttn'ir the Chicago rtrm of which D \v. Jaraba *«» an 'iit|J.)o and William FToeraheUn, from the International Art company, which employed Alfred KJltiel. mil arrive In the city to morrow. Attorncya Ronald and Rattle have N-en retained by wire Id repreevnt th' I'a.l men*' relatWea Th« Am- L erican Traveler*' Protectlva aaaocla «on Hit aim notlAed the attorney* i to take up the matter In It* behalf. An Agttl Woman Murdered upper MARLnoitoumi. Md.. Varch St.— Mary A. Oar* aared ft!) M wan burned to death, and her MM Annie, ajred forty-live, •a< fatally hurl hut niahi. at ■ll«i>K M.t. a vtUace. near inn place...

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. — 27 March 1899

♦♦♦♦♦♦»*•>»♦»«♦♦♦♦»♦»» ;; T»rnly hvr Cents a Month ? • lay Mill or ctrrltr m VOL. I NO. 1M». FIERCE FIGHTING Americans Battle All Day Monday With Severe Losses. **- The Filfpinos Driven Slowly Backward With Very Heavy Losses. Manila, March 27 —The advance on Malolos w.is tv- MHWi this morning. Mac Arthur's division is leading the way. Iho advance nuarJ has reached Bulacan. ten miles from Malolos. The town was found to be partly burned. The insurgents in their retreat are using the torch freely, leaving ruin and desolation in their \s'ake. Insurgents to the south of Manila are renewing their attacks on the American lines. \.uun.ild.i\ rear giurd made a short stand at Marllao and fou|M tifrcoly. Six Americans, including three officers were killed and forty wounded in the ment. Prisoners captured today say the main body <>t Aguinaldo's army retreated to Malolos. Filipino circu iaisha\e been found at every railroad station. Th<-\ order that all spies and Uiters be shot and t...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 27 March 1899

•J THE SEATTLE STAR E. H. WtLJ S CS., VIMIOKt i M tii rii.i.~ it i I. ii iir i >riy (ftontsoa cxtvpt m»ii«y, x. ii. wtuX" Ib. r. cmuc, I I.M-'K I ll' "IM" M iMi-l '• «Hl» r»»l |»t rnp» i »1> rrliW |w» «»*, fir l»m<> «>.- inu. |it M.'iiili toBTMM !\ imn>i>, aim« lU •■H«iiio. «•• it. ' f«>|>!w. < Talaphoo* Plkn ISO <!•<■«• >.. I till • • I 1.1-.1 .%«««■* I nliir.l at Ihr |«ulf>ftlr<i*l *v*lll», ■lilH( ton, it* hn>i<ii>.i in*iii>r. i iii till iiiiim II ii BM a. Two •xpedttlon* fni.i«" I In Urtns tplrcra|>h« it.,nil) mat nliru-K In the very" heart of Africa. Une e» -!><•■!l!imi was iT-'iiiiiti- I by Mr, Kh.i|,». un<t«r the dlrecikm of the Train -<*.>ntlnrtal IVi<Krai>h com pany. It la pushing ll* >.!!.■■» northwartl, ami has r. i. I-..-.1 a ptttat a few mllea north of kr.«i, situ- a(e<l at the northern cmt uf I. »K. Nyasaa. . It has «ur\ <->..« (he <•■ -h:i try ft-otir lhi» i .lint In «)nr vu...

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. — 27 March 1899

-it 5: V The ■ 1111 - Seattle B■ JL —sa^ sp- ■ ■ ""'"'liiSuniS ■--—■— -*■** Star iBH Sal' - Evening Newspaper 4 * »'»lr. an •■* tk* i News-- World IN A Crisp, Condensed I Form, Adapted to the needs of busy feople. The average m.i or woman always likes to swiftly •can the moving panorama of the globe during the leisure half hour ; that follows the evening meal, and then turn attention to ether mat ters. The publishers <»» the The . Star appreciate this fact and have modeled the paper so that Directness of Statement Will t>r a noticeable feature. An interesting, breezy style of para graphing finds increasing favor in these days, as opposed to the old - time fashion of ponderous "write ups" and editorial utterances. THE Star will have All of the Local A. .ii a* it.. Telegraphic News Don't doubt It for one minute. The paper will not claim to be the best on earth with the "largest circula tion" that is, not yet awhile, but i the effort will be made to steadily improve it. In the me...

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. — 27 March 1899

4 r -■ _i,'?■■ mm TIIL\«S Sill) By Evangelist Crit tenton Sunday. TOLU BOH <ilRI> \RH \'\s\\lß Collection for th* florence Crll. t*nt*n Mlstloa Brln|i In about tI.SOO. Evangtllst Crtltrnton prtacned to ■ nearly •**> persons at th* Armory Sunday nflrrii.H.n. an,l hundreds were turned aw«y. l*robably »m --thlrd of th* audtenr* wu compos e.l of >ounir «omrn, Judjr* Hour •. Orven* prnMed. A chorus choir Mil on th* star* at bark of Mr. Crtt trnton «nt led the • inf.na" Mr- SfoSatt «>ri» th* iMihriic ■lory n{ an outcast girl mm: I. "Nobody earn far m»." following »h..h the tvtii|fllii spoke on the subject of r*avu« work. lit 101 l hew he hat been m«vr<! (a enter upoa hi* lit* task Of mint c'rla many year* •go. and h* 1 •[frit all of hi* avail* able money and Urn* far seventeen years In thla DMM Talklrts la a v»ry plata IMMM tar told hti au lltnr* thai p>-li<« r» port* In th« l'nttv-1 Btat«a *ho«*<i that CO.MQ (Irli enltr tiara of 111 fa>m* rut) year, mikln* 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. — 28 March 1899

4 Twtnly flvt C**ti a Month < I J B| M a || or firtlir <'■ TTe^**^e*e*TT(TVTVe*T' i VOL, 1 NO. '21. OTIS REPORTS VICTORIOUS PROWESS Cablegram to the War Department Praises the South Dakota Men. WASHINGTON.. M.«r.h »».—Th* foltowln« dUpatrh from Oenerat Otl* waa | . .«•■.! ihl» morning: Ma.Arthur had mm flKhlitiK >-*at*rday aftvrnoon b«yotvl Marllao. A brilliant chars* «a« mad* by th« South Daknla men, Ivd by Droat, •aalnal th* trutipa of Aitu'.naMii. hr.>uiht from Maloloa. They drove th* enemy back with heavy slaughter. Adjutant Ueutenanle Adams ami Morrison, unit four enllcted mm of that regiment • •rt- kill «-.l Uouunant MfClrlland and t**nty<t»o «nlt*t*d man »«r* wounded. Th« loaa yr»irt..A> *a»*n-«:!r C?-nP**<* t.> ih'jutcs!—■ in-nt . Th.T.- ha* been a |>«rtt*l destruction of the railroad by th« ln>uriii iv«. which la !x>in« rapidly repaired. Mar Arthur 1 l>n>«r<-as uith the *upply train* was Impeded, but It* haa ■■» rra.hr-l Martian . M...

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 March 1899

Wa • THE SEATTLE STAR n.tuxitg., Pimuiit »rrv adrrnoon exeepl HiimUy. It. 11. wctJA I K. r. i HARK. ■ Ikito« I in .iv... Mivtura One .111 \>*r tvpfi n» ...... l IW t«r»l)r lur rrnt> |irr ui.'iilli d*llT*(wl by i.m.i.. •!»•)• in MwaM No Itee toplf*. Telephone Plk» l«o. 0n... No. HOI ' • « tl.li.i tii'iiur I nwxnl al th« p*mi.inirr a I llraltl* « •illlllt- 100, at Mtt'li.t ,■!••% nmiter.. KlilauM*a . >KMr \ i.miiii. It Is • little significant that Ju>t a* mi American sclenttat la trying to prov* to the Hrlttah government. eerat-oßlcrally aulh.'i ii.-.l to accept such a proof, that he l> abli> to mv* much of the hitherto loal energy In roa.l. Kdlami has completely altered hi* lino of Investigation and haa abandoned what at otic time m-eim-d to him the «realeat of ail problem* for th* ««irnll»l ami Inventor to eolve. tb« obtaining" of th.- enensy that I* In r.»«l directly, ■<> thai 111 ll* of II may I* loal Four or rli. yemra »«o E<tl>on «ald thai hi* next ...

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 March 1899

The a^^a ■ ■ 9 - Seattle Star Evening Newspaper • > alalnl>( all of 111* News - :r WorW IS A * * Crisp, Condensed Form, Adapted to the needs cf busy people. The 'average man or woman always likes •to -itsly scan the moving panorama of the j:i.»be during the leisure half hour that folknt'S the evening meal, and then turn attention to other mat ters. The publishers of the The Star appreciate this fact and have modeled the paper so that Directness of Statement Will be a noticeable feature. An Interesting, breezy style of para graphing finds Increasing favor in these days, as opposed to the old time fashion of ponderous "write ups" and editorial utterances. THE Star will have All of He Local | Am »»ll a* ih« Telegraphic News Don't doubt it for one minute. The paper will not claim to be the best on earth with the "largest circula tion" — that is, not yet awhile, but the effort will be made to steadily improve it. In the meanwhile please remember that news "tips" i telephoned to the...

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