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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 26 February 1904

The Seattle Republican Established May, 1894. H. R. Cayton Editor Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $2.00 Six Months 1.00 Thr.ee Months 60 Entered at the PostoflTce at Seattle as Second class Mail Matter. Office, A. W. Denny Bldg., 1414 Second. Tele- phone Main 305. If St. John Dix did not loot that Whatcom Bank as declares four local experts then those who are responsible for his arrest and conviction should be tarred and feather and rode on a rail out of the city. We do not know that "it is wicked to be rich." in reply to a question propounded by an Eastern editor, but we are inclined to think it is wicked to get rich the way some people in this country do. It would seem that the "dogs of war" in the Orient have cempletely lost the trail of their prey, and to expedite business, it is suggested that some friendly power find the two recreant belligerents and get them to gether. * * * Genuine journalism seems to have capped the climax in the Tacoma "Forum", t...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 26 February 1904

AFRO-AMERICANS DEFENDED Fannie Barrier Williams, one of the ablest and most caustic writers we have when defending her race, replies to a writer in the Chicago Record- Herald who advocated the driving of the Negroes out of Illinois, etc. Fol lowing is the article in full: "To the Editor:—The article in last Sunday's Battle Ground, under the title "To Exclude Negroes," is but one of the many evidences of a national habit of endeavoring to make the Ne gro race in this country an object of apprehension and doubt, if not con tempt. "If the people oi 1 the world are to form an opinion of the condition and character of the Negro people only from what they may read of them in the articles, speeches and books, that are given the widest circulation be cause of their extreme and sometimes wicked sensationalism, it will not be long before the public will be ready to accept as just any proposition that will place them beyond the pale of "Christian civilization." "Just now, and for some time pas...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 26 February 1904

POLITICAL POT-PIE (Continued from Page 2) the entire number or none at all. That the south district is practically unanimous for Doctor Smith is an absolute fact and having no candidate for any of the county offices it will be able to trade with other districts of the county so extensively as to almost give him absolute control of the county con vention. While the past week municipal politics seems to have completely overshadowed both state and county politics yet much pre liminary work for those conventions was done in the selection of delegates to the city convention as well as the selecting of candi dates for the next municipal election. An early call for a vigorous campaign which will begin the next day after the election, March 7th. The state candidates will open up their headquarters and will at once begin to form their alliances and the numerous county candidates will begin their hustle for delegates and for sixty days or more a merry political scramble will be the result. Se...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 26 February 1904

Mrs. Susie Coleman, who had been sick for many months, died at the Georgetown hospital, Thursday, Feb ruary 18th. Rev. S. S. Freeman offi ciated at the funeral. The Seattle Republican publishes the kind of news you are interested in. Why not give it a subscription? If you have a friend visting you make the fact known at this office. Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Harris have be gun the beautifying of their new home. Mr. George H. Grose is reported as improving in health quite materially. Will you not at least say one good word to your merchant in favor of The Seattle Republican? Have you heard it? The Negroes of Nashville have certainly started a bank. It is actually opened, and is doing business. Opened on the 16th inst., and took in on that same day over $6,000. Every Negro in' TNa's'n-: ville should toss up his hat at the very possibility of success in a busi ness enterprise of this kind. Rev. R. Boyd, D.D., is president; J. W. Bos tick, vice-president, and J. C. Napier, cashier —Nashville M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 26 February 1904

PERSONAL Mrs. Susie Revels Cayton has been seriously ill for the past week, but is much improved. » » • The Unique Social Club held its usu al weekly hop last Wednesday even ing. * * * Mrs. George H. Grose, and Mrs. B. Oxendine, visited Tacoma last Mon day morning, returning the same even ing. * * ♦ Mrs. James Coombs and Mrs. Mor row, two well-known Seattle ladies, spent last Sunday visiting with friends in Tacoma. * • * Miss Myrtle Warmack spent several days in the city with Miss Elizabeth Donaldson this week. She returned to her home in Bremerton Thursday. * ♦ • The Booker T. Washington Literary Society will hold its annual election of officers Wednesday evening, March 2nd. « • * Mrs. Shelton of Tacoma, who for merly lived in Seattle, has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Tutt for the past week. * • » Mr. Byron Clark, who has been in the employ of Clark's Special Deliv ery for quite a while, is now employed at the Hotel Seattle. • • * Editor A. D. Griffin of Portland, still fin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 4 March 1904

SEATTLE REPUBLICAN* Samuel F. Rathbun. M 3 & a/% J k Richard A. Ballinger. V '^3 ML John Riplinger. jfejfc »■ * \ fee. Mitchell Gilliam.

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 4 March 1904

VOL. X. NO. 39 JUDGE R. A. BALLANGER. If the public life of any man is an open book, then the life of Judge Ballinger is a most brilliant illus tration. No one doubts but that he is the soul of honor and intregrity, and if elected mayor of this city he will be mayor in fee semple, and will brook no interference on the part of any cliciue or fac tion, party or partisans, individual or corporation. Judge Ballinger settled in Port Townsend, this state, in 1880, where he resided for seven years, during which time he served four years as superior judge. He moved to Seattle in 1897, anil since that time has confined himself strictly to the practice of law and it is said without fear of successful con- . tradiction, that IDs law firm is one of the leading ones of this county and state. He is an lowan, was born July 9th, 1858, and was educated in Will iams College, Massachusetts. COMPTROLLER JOHN RIPLINGER. Seattle boasts of no stronger, nor more popular public official than John Riplinger,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 4 March 1904

S[ Ik j§ w B WILLIAM HOLT. am X \ taßm IH t ' \ SCOTT BENJAMIN. DR. JAMES E. CRICHTON. am \ Hftbi^. Hoi HIRAM C. GILL. ARNOLD ZBINDEN. CAPT. W. K. MERWIN. IRVING T. COLE. I^S BF JOHN C. PARSONS. HIRAM C. GILL. The late convention saw fit to re-nominate two of the present city councilmen, and one of them was Hiram C. Gill of the Third ward. Six years ago Mr. Gill was nominated and elected city coun cilman from the Third ward, four years ago he was nominated but defeated, two years ago, he was nominated and elected, and now is a candi date to succeed himself. No member of the city council has been more severly criticised, as well as commended for his actions in the council than Mr. Gill. It has been claimed that he is erratic, and especially by the Democratic papers, but he always seemed to get on that side of thj question in the public mind that met the general apprecia tion of the people, hence his unanimous re-nom ination, an honor that was accorded to no other member of the city c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 4 March 1904

The Seattle Republican Established May, 1894. H. R. Cayton Editor Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $2.00 Six Months 1.00 Three Months 60 Entered at the Postofflce at Seattle as Second- class Mail Matter. Office, A. W. Denny Bldg., 1414 Second. Tele phone Main 305. Morbid curiosity only prompted 3,000 persons to jam the docks trying to see the steamer "Queen,:' which has made 505 voyages to the port of Seattle without attracting even a passing consideration from those selfsame crazies. * * * Nineteen Republicans have spoken, and 59,000 others must bow their heads in obedience. This is in substance the results of the action of the late Republican Central committee, which was in session in this city last Saturday* That commit tee declared that the Republicans of this state desired one convention when in fact they had not consulted a single Republican as to whether he did or did not, but they had only consulted George Stevenson, who is a blatant mouthed Democra...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 4 March 1904

(Continued from Page 3) SCOTT BENJAMIN. In the person of Scott Benjamin, a Washington native son, has been nominated lor councilman of the Fifth ward. He was born on a farm near Spo kane, is forty-four years of age, and has been a resident of Seattle for the past twelve years. He is one of Seattle's prominent as well as suc cessful business men, having been engaged in the livery business ever since he has been here. Four years ago he was nominated and elected council man, two years ago he was defeated for the nom ination, but in the late primary and convention he was unanimously chosen by his party for coun cilman from the ward in which he has resided for the past twelve years. He has always shown himself, to be a "true blue" Republican, and when defeated he worked just as hard for the success of the ticket as when he himself was nominated. ARNOLD ZBINDEN. It is not a fact that Arnold Zbinden was nomi nated for councilman of the Sixth ward because he was especially championed by the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 4 March 1904

NOTICE OK SPECIAL ELECTION. When as, A pel it ion, sigued by more thun one-fifth of the (iiuilitii'd electors of the City of Seattle, in the Count; of King, State of Washington, has been liied witn and received by the legislative body of tht said City of Seattle, namely, the Hon orable, the City Couut'll of said c-ij'. pe titioning that the boundaries of the City of Seattle be altered aul that certain ter ritory hereinafter described, be included within said City of Seattle, and that the 6aid legislative body submit to the electors residing in said territory and to the elect ors residing in the City of Seattle, the ques tion whether said territory shall be annexed to the City of Seattle and become a part of said city ; said territory so proposed to be annexed to said City of Seattle is de scribed as follows : "Beginning at the present southeast cor ner of the limits of the City of Seattle, said point being in the center of Lake Wash inton, and extending thence southerly along the ce...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 4 March 1904

Council of said City, which said proposed amendment relates to the City Official Newspaper." "AUAINST proposed amendment No. 2 to the City Charter of the City oi Seattle as proposed by Uesolutiou No. 977 at the City Council of said City, which said pro posed amendment relates to the City UUicial Newspaper." Every voter electing to vote at said euection in favor of said proposed amend ment No. 3 shall vote a ballot containing the words : "FOIi proposed amendment No. 3 of the City Charter of the City of Seattle as petitioned for by tha qualified voters of said City, which proposed amendment amends Article Thirteen (13) of the City Charter and provides for a park fund ; five park trustees who shall constitute the Hoard of Park Commissioners, vesting in them the general management and control of all parks, parkways, squares, boulevards, recreation grounds, etc., with power in them to employ superintendents and other persons, and they alone to have the author ity to expend the city park ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 4 March 1904

PERSONAL Judge G. S. Bailey and wife both continue much indisposed. Editor Ryan of the Tacoma Forum spent last Saturday in the city. Mr. Dan Rogers of Newcastle was a visitor to the city one day this week. Mrs. J. T. Gayton was taken quite sick Sunday evening and is now con fined to her bed. Mrs. Cayton is so far recovered from her recent illness as to be able to be up and about. The Silverleaf Musical Club is mak ing preparations to give a musical and concert in the near future. Mr. J. L. Graves seems to be the only Afro-American of the city taking an active interest in the present mu nicipal campaign. Last Wednesday evening the Booker T. Washington Literary society ren dered an excellent program before a large audiance. Next Tuesday is election day. The Republicans have never had a better ticket and you will make no mistake to vote 'er straight. The new Rainier club house, which would have been completed within a few weeks, burned last Wednesday morning. When completed this club w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 March 1904

S /^L B i B I 9 M f^L. l^^k. VOL. X. NO. 40 POLITICAL POT-PIE OFFICERS ELECT. Mayor R. A. BALLINGER, Rep. Comptroller JOHN RIPLINGER, Rep. Corporation Counsel. MITCHELL GILLIAM, Rep. Treasurer SAMUEL F. RATHBUN, Rep. Councilmen-at-Large— "...'..... '...DAVID W. BOWEN, Rep. CHAB. H. BURNETT, Jr., Rep. Ward Councilmen — First JAMES CONWAY, Dem. Second J. S. JOHNSTON, Rep. Third HIRAM C. GILL, Rep. Fourth IRVING T. COLE, Rep. Fifth SCOTT BENJAMIN, Rep. Sixth ARNOLD ZBINDEN, Rep. Seventh T. M. DAULTON, Dem. Eighth DR. J. E. CRICHTON, Rep. Ninth WILLIAM H. MURPHY, Dem. VOTE IN DETAIL. MAYOR. Republican. Democrat. Ballinger. Tucker. First ward 707 877 Second ward 698 609 Third ward 832 725 Fourth ward 795 474 Fifth ward 774 577 Sixth ward 582 539 Seventh ward 1347 1015 Eighth ward 678 508 Ninth ward 1040 795 Totals 7453 6196 Ballinger's plurality, 1198. COMPTROLLER. Republican. Democrat. Riplinger. Taylor. First ward 797 740 Second ward 886 447 Third ward 1054 484 Fourth ward 906 339 Fift...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 March 1904

SEATTLE'S LAW MAKERS FOR THE NEXT TWO YEARS JAMES M. CON WAY. Mi IRVING T. COLE. T. M. DAULTON. J. S. JOHNSTON. Jl Bfek. \ ,JM [ jhj \ IB s „3 i / SCOTT BENJAMIN. m 1 DR. JAMES E. CRICHTON. Jim Jl ' \ mSBL ifi HI vH HL H; HIRAM C. GILL. ■ •■■•■' %: ARNOLD ZBINDEN. Hm'flip iiM W. H. MURPHY.

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 March 1904

■p F ■ ■ wjmm. ; ; H. P. RUDE FRANK P. MULLEN Charles H. Burnett. m mm J % !l 1 r MAYOR ELECT R. A. BALLINGER, R. A. BALLINGER, David W. Bowen. MAYOR ELECT

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 March 1904

The Seattle Republican Established May, 1894. H. R. Cayton Editor Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $2.00 Six Months 1.00 Three Months 60 Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second- class Mail Matter. Office, A. W. Denny Bldg., 1414 Second. Tele phone Main 305. A race war in Ohio and Massachusetts is after all something "new under the sun." Judge Ballinger tucker straight and lost but three men in doing it. Seattle is Republican by over 4,000 majority, as is shown by Riplinger's and Gilliam's votes. That some very dirty political doses were dished out last Tuesday either by you or the other fellow is plain to be seen. The question is, who did it? Mayor-elect Ballinger now knows that tue saloon element was not the only one who voted against him last Tuesday. There were others, and they do not live in the famous First. Which one of you, who was a nominee on the Republican ticket, voted for a Democratic nomi nee? Not so many hands up at once, please, "one a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 March 1904

Reuben W. Jones, of King county, and uses the fol lowing language bearing on the sut.j~ct: "A direct primary law will be strongly agitated at the next legislature. Such a law, if made to meet all the requirements of the times, would undoubtedly help much in making the wills of the people rule, but such a law should be drawn carelully, as one that did not meet the requirements would be a great hjury." We surmise that if a law is introduced it will be fashioned and copied alter those laws in Eastern states that are giving satisfaction, or that is what Mr. Jones intended when he first in troduced the bill. The only Democratic paper in Douglas county, '•The Press," which has been a pretty lively coun try weekly for a Democratic one, has lately under gone a change in ownership. Editor Spear will have to do a great deal of spearing if he keeps his columns as well filled with business as did Editor Trimble. POLITICAL POT-PIE (Continued from Page i) There is still another factor to be heard...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 March 1904

fore him —sick, yet well; black, yet wuite —auu from the bottom of his heart the doctor hoped that this patient would not be the innocent cause of his making any more false statements. "It never rains but it pours," laughed Vardonoman, and his white teeth looked the whiter from the contrast with the blackness of his skin. "Do you think the moving will affect my eyes in any way?" he asked. "Not in the least," replied his physician, glad 01 a chance for freely telling the truth for once. A new patient in the colored hospital created no unusual comment. "Slightly demented on the race questions, believes he is white, must not be talked to on the question of color," were the instruction* given the nurses. Vardonoman little suspected where he was. There was no difference in the gen eral atmosphere of the two hospitals. The nurses were polite and intelligent, the general manage ment was all that could be required, and cleanli ness and ventilation were at a premium. How ever, during Vardono...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 March 1904

The Point of View The holder of a matured Endowment Policy in the Equitable Society, says: "Twenty years ago, when 1 took out my Hndowment Policy, the premium looked to me like this: $47.68 while the Endowment, looked at from a distance of twenty .ears, appeared like this: $1,000 Now, my policy has matured, and coming just when I need money, the result of my policy looks like this: $1,467.25 While looking back,and realizing that they are amounts thai would have been saved in no other way, this is vhe appearance the premiums have : $47.68 THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OP THE UNITED STATES i2oßroadway, New York A. DILLON, Agent Phone Pink 716, Seattle Wash. A Itepublican Convention for the State of Washington is hereby called to meet in tbe City of Tacoma, on Wednesday, May 11th. 1004, at the hour of ten o'clock a. m., for the purpose of electing ten delegates and ten alternate delegates to attend the Natioiuil Republican Convention to be held in the City of Chicago on June 2ls...

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