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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 March 1904

PERSONAL Mrs. Jessie Donaldson and her daughter, Miss Elizabeth, were visit ing in Bremerton the most of the past week. Mrs. George Selby will entertain the Silverleaf Musical club Monday evening, March 14th, at her residence, 2008 East Valley street. Miss Ida M. Hayes, who has been visiting in the East for the past four months, is expected home within the next few days. The sacred concert being planned by the Silverleaf Musical club will be held at the Mt. Zion Baptist church, March 20th. The members of the Booker T. Washington society entertained last Wednesday evening, March 9th, in a most elaborate style, the occasion be ing the installing of the new officers of the society for the ensuing year. Mr. George W. Bryant, who has been employed in Anderson's barber shop for the past two years, leaves next Monday to accept a similar posi tion in Vancouver, B. C. The shop in which he will work has recently been purchased by Rev. Taylor of this city. Mrs. George H. Grose entertained a nu...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 March 1904

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Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 18 March 1904

THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. X. NO. 41 The candidacy of Hon. Frank H. Brownell of Everett for the Repub lican nomination of one of the three representa tives to the lower house of congress appeared in Mr. Brownell's home papers a few days ago and the same is meet ing with a most flatter ing reception by the general public. He is one of Everett's most Stirling business men, and unquestionably the orator of the northwest. Mr. Brownell was a candidate for a similar nomination two years ago and was able to go to the state convention with a solid northwest delegation. His friends believe he will be ab!e to do equally as well this year, in the coming state convention. The northwest section of the state is sadly in need of representation in congress, and inas much as that section seems to be a unit for him the Republicans ii state convention assem bled will be compelled to give his candidacy much serious considera tion, if not actually to nominate him. In case he controls the north west he ...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 18 March 1904

SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. X. NO. -II The candidacy of 1 [on. Frank 11. Brownell of Everett for the It' pub lican nominal ion of iim of the three represcnta l lves td the lower house of congress appean il in Mr. Brownell's h- me papi rs a few days ago and t"j < ■ same is meet nan ;,\ tlie gem ral public. lie i-; one of E\ ■ Tel i's most Stirling business nun. and unquestionablj the orator of the northwi st. Mr. Brownell was a caiididati fur a similar nominal ion iwo \ ears ago and was able to go to the state convention with a solid northwest deiegal ion. !Us frii i bulieve he will I" 1 able to do equally as well i his year, in i lie coml ug state convention. The north we- i si el lon of the state is sadly in need of represontai lon in congress, and inas much as that section seems to be a unit for him the Republicans ii state reinvent ion assem bled will lie comp :iled to give his candidacy era il not actually to nominate him. In case lie controls the north west he will have the foll...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 18 March 1904

SEATTLE SIDELIGHTS. He Was Ignorant. When a man like the manager of the Young Men's Christian Association of Se attle invites his audience to join him in singing" the national air, and then he breaks loose on '"My County Tis of Thee," while the orchestra and the audience begins sing the "Star Spangled Banner," one is remind ed that, it is not always the one, Avho can say, "Lord! Lord!! in such a way as to com mand a big salary that actually knows how to pound sand in a rat hole on general prin ciples. No Spring in Sight. The fellow who continues to write about Spring being- upon us and who insists on saying, "While the East is burried in four feet of snow and ice, Puget Sound is a great green sward with flowers blooming in the gardens, impresses the average person liv ing on the Sound that it is really true the fools are not all dead yet. The flower that has dared as yet to poke its nose out on Puget Sound was one well nourished by hot house heat. The weather is absolutely the worst...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 18 March 1904

Diamonds Cut Diamonds. A contemporary rather sarcastically re marks, "If the Seattle Electric Company would spend as much money in car wheels as it does in politics it would give the pub lic much better car service." There is per haps a grain of truth in the statement, but, if the officers of the Seattle Electric Com pany were as ill-bred as that writer they would doubtless retort: "If the editor of the Blatherskite would drink less whisky and put his money in town lots he would be a wealthy man sooner or later; or they might as aptly say: "If the Blatherskite had not have blackmailed so many business men as it is now trying to blackmail the Seattle Electric Company, it would have long since gone to the newspaper boneyard." It would thus seem that persons living in glass houses should refrain from throwing stones. The fact of the whole matter is, it is a lack of juice and not of car wheels why the com pany does not give a better service, which will be remedied as soon as additional ...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 18 March 1904

The Seattle Republican Established May, 1894. H. R. Cayton .., Editor Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year 13.00 Six Mouths 1.00 Three Mouths 60 Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second cluaa Mail Matter. Office, A. W. Denuy Bldg., 1414 Second. Tele puune Ma.ni 3Uo. It would be putting the Forum of Tacoma up against tlie real tiling to require it to siate whether it was tor or Faw cett. Ah there, boxy Grandpa! Congress is threatning to adjourn unusu ally eariy this year and not drop even a Crum to the Negroes of this country. When the Olympian says, "Lord save us lest we perish," it probably has in mind that overdue mortgage held in the Capitol Sav ings bank. The evidence that has been given for and against Senator Sinoot has made him look so Smoot(y) that he is almost certain of being Brigham H. Robertsed by the senate. The Japs may be punishing the Russians, but the latter do not seem to be aware of the fact. In other words, the daily war talk is only y...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 18 March 1904

Ex-Councilman Will Parry recently paid $500,000 for a Seattle tract of land. No wonder that Second ward politician spent $2,000 trying to be a member of the city council and would have spent as much more to have actually been one. Editor Mays of the Pomeroy independ ent, it is alleged, has been caught in the act of assaulting, with her consent, a fif teen-year-old girl. It is useless to explain Editor Mays is not a Negro, because he was only reported as having been arrested and not burned at the stake. Bishop W. B. Derrick of the African Methodist church says, "I want to go to Africa to live." We have always under stood that the good bishop was exceedingly well to do, which, if true, would seem to say: ''There is no need of him wanting to go." Just go! W. L. Dudley has announced his candi dacy for county auditor and from now on there is going to be something doing. The Pie-maker sees no reason why Democrats, who have joined the Republican party for the sake of holding office, should...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 18 March 1904

A LEAP YEAR PARTY. (Susie Revels Cayton.) Such a flutter and stir as there was! Surely no Leap Year party was ever begun with greater promise of success. What a time the girls had had making and execut ing plans and writing invitations for this ex pected happy event. And now the night had come as come must all set dates, sooner or later. The boys were to meet at one girl's home, what they termed ""a half-way house," and the various girls were to call for them there, then on to the place of entertain ment. By some means unaccountable, at least to the boys, all of the girls arrived at the same time. The boys claimed that they must have been afraid in the dark, but the girls stoutly denied the assertion. The fact was they had met at the home of Jennie Bonner, the acknowledged most popular girl in town, before dark and waited till the ap pointed hour and then bravely marched out in a body afraid, of nothing. The party was a great success! It was not till a start for home was made that J...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 18 March 1904

The Point of View The holder of a matured Endowment Policy in the Equitable Society, says: "Twenty years ago, when i took out my Kndowment Policy, the premium looked to me like this: $47.68 while the Endowment, looked at from a distance of twenty appeared like this: $1,000 Now, my policy has matured, and coming just when I need money, the result of my policy louks 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 ihe appearance the premiums have: $47.68 THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OP THE UNITED STATES 13OBroadway, New York A. DILLON, Agent Phone Pink 716, Seattle Wash. A Republican Convention for the State of Washington is hereby called to meet in the City of Tacoma, on Wednesday, -May 11th. l!) 04, at the houi 1 of ten o'clock a. m., for the purpose of electing ten delegates and ten alternate delegates to attend the National Kepublican Convention to be held in the City of Chicago on June 21st, 19...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 18 March 1904

PREACHERS BENEFIT ASSOCIATION In Connection with the African Methodist Episcopal Church The following very interesting cir cular has been mailed to this office, which is given in full: Dickson. Term.. March 1, 1904. Dear Brother: —Many measures will be brought before the General Con ference in May next, none of which will be of more importance to the ministers and church than the one lelative to the superannuated preach ers. That they should be better pro vided for we all readily agree, and why shouldn't we, when we remember that we are traveling that way, and unless the reaper thrusts in his sickle ere we reach that place where our days of usefulness as active ministers will be done, fearful that our fate will be as our already fallen brothers who are now receiving but a meare support for their many years of faith ful service? Governments, States and societies endeavor to care for and pension their old soldiers and worn out members. And how much more should the church of God care f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 March 1904

SEATTLE REPUBLICS VOL. X. NO. 42 IIS ■'■ si J. W. McCONNAUGHEY. The fixing of the date of the next Repub lican county convention was the signal for the various aspirants for nominations to be gin active campaigning and the past week has brought the following shrivalty aspir ants actively to the front, who are leaving not a stone unturned that their nomination may be assured: J. W. McConnaughey of the Third ward is an active and energetic candidate. He is a realty dealer and capitalist. Capt. John Stringer, who is a deputy U. S. marshal, of the Seventh ward feels con fident of being nominated. MIKE KELLEY. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1904 iKI: A CAPT. JOHN STRINGER. DR. C. E. HOVE. P. J. SMITH. 1 ■-■■■'■ ' M HUP **^^ ifl p L. C. SMITH. Mike Kelly, the South Seattle pioneer, is a country candidate and is pushing his claims. He is a farmer, but is serving as the deputy sheriff in Judge Cann's court. Dr._C. E. Hoye is actively gftgagfid lQ skirmishing for convention delegates...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 March 1904

POLITICAL POT-PIE The decision of the King county central committee to hold one convention was first blood for Dr. J. J. Smith. With one conven tion it is almost a foregone conclusion that he will control the 115 delegates irom this county to the next state convention. The south district is a unit for Dr. Smith's gub ernatorial candidacy, and it will come to the county convention with not a single can didate for office and with a trading delega tion in order to secure an endorsement by said convention for governor. It is not ty ing up in advance with any candidate for county office, but is holding itself in readi ness after the delegates have been elected to trade with that candidate for county office that will deliver to Dr. Smith the greatest amount of strength.While the convention is but a few v/eeks off the campaign, as yet, is by no means active, and will not be before the middle of next week. * * * State politics is rather active now and a number of aspirants for state honors ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 March 1904

SEATTLE SIDE-LIGHTS. Quite a Change of Heart. When the city council elected Hiram C. Gill president of that body the unexpected certainly happened. Not that Mr. Gill has not all the necessary qualifications for mak ing an able president, but because no man in the city council, for the past two years, has been more roundly abused and ridiculed than Hi Gill. His associates have pronounc ed him eccentric, erratic, and on one oc casion fanatic, and yet the very next turn of the wheel elect him to the most honorable as well as responsible position in the gitt of that assembly. It is very evident that either the council was mistaken then or now, and the probabilities are that they were mistaken in the past and not in the present, for it is generally believed that Mr. Gill will give the city an able administration, Jim McElroy and L. C. Gillman to the contrary notwithstanding. * * * Its Mayor Humes No More. Pathetic beyond description was the part ing of ex-mayor Humes from his official as...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 March 1904

The Seattle Republican Established May, 1894. H. R. Cayton Editor Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year M ?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. Senator Foster got his man at Spokane, but we are inclined to think that he has Cole decked the Republican party in doing so. * * While the death of Senator Hanna was a sad blow to the whole country, nevertheless his pdace can and will be filed. In other words, no one is indispensible. * * * An exchange says that Bryan is to name Hearst for the presidential nomination at the Democratic convention in St. Louis. Evil always begets evil. * * * Let no anxious swain reveling in un sought single blessedness despair, we are told that there arrived as immigrants in this country last year 210,077 women. * * * It's broken doses and not over doses that enchants the Mormon devotee, and so de creasing the nu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 March 1904

POLITICAL POT-PIE (Continued from Page 2) ing nominated and elected me." For the past forty years Mike Kelly has iived in the neighborhood of Seattle, yes, in the neigh borhood in which he now lives, which is South Seattle, and during all that time he has been a most earnest Republican, never varying from the party principles in a single instance. It is said of him that he is per-, sonally acquainted with pretty nearly every man between Seattle and Tacoma, and he has more personal friends among the coun try folk than any aspirant for political office now before this county. While he has from time to time rilled minor positions as deputy sheriff, yet he has never been before the public as an aspirant for an elective office. That he will be a strong factor in the polit ical .line-up for sheriff in the coming county convention no one doubts, and his friends believe that he has a most excellent show, owing to the great multiplicity of candi dates, of being the compromise candidate of th...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 March 1904

TRAMP ONCE TRAMP ALWAYS. Much has been said about a tramp, who a few days ago, found a package on the Great Northern Railway containing $10,000 in gold, and returning the same to the railroad officials, and for his honesty receiving a po sition at one of the pumping stations on the railroad, somewhere in the mountain dis tricts at a salary of, perhaps, $60.00 a month. That it was more a case of unadulterated laziness than old fashioned honesty in the tramp returning the money is apparent on the very face of it. Once a tramp always a tramp. It destroys all the American ambi tion one has, and nothing demonstrates that more than this particular case. Lacked American Energy. Any man with a grain of American pluck and enterprise would have taken that $10. --000, dropped out of sight, and in the course of two years been worth ten times that amount, especially in this country, and if his honest conscience so prayed upon him about it, that he felt that he should return the money, he could h...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 March 1904

The Point of View The holder of a matured Endowment Policy in the Equitable Society, says: '"Twenty years ago, when I took out my Hndowment Policy, the premium looked to me like this: $47.68 while the Endowment, looked at from a distance of twenty 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 wouM have been saved in no other way, this is ihe appearance the premiums have: $47.68 , THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OP THE UNITED STATES 120 Broadway, New York A. DILLON, Agent Phone Pink 716, Seattle Wash. A Kepubllcan Convention for the State of Washington is hereby called to meet in the City of Tacoma, on Wednesday, May 11th. 1904, at the hour of ten o'clock a. m., for the purpose of electing ten delegates and ten alternate delegates to attend the National hepublican Convention to be held In the City of Chicago on June 21st, 19U4...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 March 1904

PERSONAL A fla;.? drill and concert was given at Ranke hall last Thursday evening for the benefit of the A. M. E. church. Miss Myrtle Warmack of Bremerton spent several days in the city a^ the guest of Mie. George Ridecut. A grand reception will he given in honor of the Young Ladies' Soiree So cial club in the course of two weeks. Revival meetings are being held at the Mt. Zion Baptist church and will continue foi two weeks more. Miss Oldwin celebrated her t.ur teenth birthday last Monday and wa> the recipient of a number of useful presents. The Unique Social club did not meet last Wednesday evening, which was due to the fact that so many ol its members are on the ?ick list. The Colored Baptist, ministers and deacon institute which convened at the Mt. Zion Baptist church on the 18th finished its labors the following Monday evening. The concert given at the Mt. Zion Baptist church last Monday evening by the Silverleaf Musical club was a grand success as well as a creditable entert...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 1 April 1904

SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. X. NO. 43 Prosecuting Attorney Aspirants W. T. SCOTT. The report that the Northern Pacific-O. R. & N. railroads interests of this state had formed a combine with Gov. Henry Mcßride and agreed to nominate him rather than sec Samuel H. Piles of the Great Northern interests name the next Republican nominee for governor spread like wildfire yesterday (Thursday), and is still being warmly discussed by King county politicians. If the rumor proves true, Mr. Piles will be off the political map as will King county. Now that ex-Senator John L. Wilson is again at home, The Seattle Republican suggests, in case the report proves true, that the very best thing for King county to do, from a political standpoint, is to endorse his candidacy and at once send him out to do business with such counties of the state as are friendly to him. Despite the opposition to Senator Wilson in King county on account of the Piles influence, Mr. Wil son is by odds the strongest man in the...

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