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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 1 April 1904

POLITICAL POT=PIE The startling announcement last Monday evening that Dr. J. J. Smith had withdrawn from the gubernatorial race has been state talk all the week. Pressure having been brought to bear on him by the Files people to the effect, he was standing in the road of King county getting a United States Sena tor, h<" preferred to .step aside rather than to be so considered. The news couid hardly be believed when first reported and in some cases persons would not believe it until they heard Dr. Smith himself say that he was no longer a candidate for governor. The Pie-maker understands that the 115 dele gates to the state convention are not to go to Governor Mcßride, but are to be traded in the interests of S. H. Piles wherever he can benefit his senatorial chances. Under such circumstances one is not too sure but that the votes will finally go to Governor Mcßride as he will have some trading pro perty in the next legislature. In other words, at this writing it seems almost cer ...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 1 April 1904

that lie lias so conducted his oitice that the men who fur years represented u.e victors element of this city are opposing him —1U fact it is said that he will not gee a single vote from the i'irst ward or any other ward where the degraded elements of humanity exist in any number, if such be true Air. Scott should be admired for the enemies he has made. When such .men as tlie Clancys oppose him it seems that the good people could make no mistake in being tor him., lie is right in contending tor a second nom.ia tion, that being the custom of the Republi can party all over the country, and he and his friends see no good and sullicient reason for him being made an example of by being given only one term, indications point lv a line-up between Air. Piles and Air. bcoti, which, if true, will almost assure him the nomination. KENNETH MACINTOSH. "Say for me that I am a candidate for the ■ office of prosecuting attorney tor King county, and will be until actually defeated by the county conv...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 1 April 1904

The Seattle Republican Established May, 1894. H. R. Cayton Editor Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $2.0.0 Six Months I 1-00 Three Months 60 Entered at the Postofflce at Seattle as Second- clas3 Mail Matter. Office, A. W. Denny Bldg., 1414 Second. Tele phone Main 305. Russia still sees Japan's finish, but she doesn't seem to have the faculty to show it to either japan or any other coutnry. ISlext Sunday's outfits may make ma and sis look good, but they will certainly make pa look gooder, when the bill conies round. If the divorce records of this country prove anything there are more sinners be sides the Mormons that will have to answer to a higher.court for the crime of polygamy. It's bad enough to have to hear what some folks term music, and now if it trans pires that we are to feel it as well, then Heaven pity us!! General Starvation's army is now said to be fully occupying Port Arthur, but is ready and willing at any time to surrender when the little brow...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 1 April 1904

POLITICAL POT-PIE (Continued from Page 2) Benjamin Levy, who for the past four teen years has been employed in the county treasurer's offi,ce. He knows the office like a school boy does a text book, and would make an ideal official if elected. * * * Cushman and Jones, it is being given out, will be renotninated without opposition and if Brownell will enter the gubernatorial contest Humphrey will be similarly doped. * * * The aspirants for prosecuting attorney seem, at this writing, to rank in convention strength about as follows: \V. T. Scott, C. C. Dalton, Keneth Macintosh, Frank B. Weistling, P, \. Davis, George 11. ReveTle, Ivan Hyland. One of these candidates is as liable to be nominated as the other. * * * One of the hottest contests of the conven tion will be for justices of the peace for Se attle. The candidates arc Judges R. R. George and T. 'H. Cann for re-nomination. Other candidates are about as follows: L. R. Cole and John B. Wright, Moran and others. * * * Jim Agnew and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 1 April 1904

Dowie Prince of Frauds. .The trials and tribulations of John Alex ander JJowie ol Zion Chicago fame, are fail ing thick and last upon him in his dotage. l Jnor to his leaving' Chicago he was ail but overwhelmed by debt, but alter considerable financiering he succeeded m straightening out the tangled web, and immediately leU for Australia and a tour round the world. On arriving in Australia his wa& not a "flowery bed oi ease, notwithstanding the fact that he is Elijah the Second as disap poinuments have met Him on every hand. Recently he made an uncoinpnnieinary re mark about Edward v 11. King oi Jiugiand, and at once every door in me country was eloseu against him, and personal violence threatened him on every side, lie hnaliy look refuge in the American consul s oriice, and was advised by him to return to the United States at once lest bodily harm be done him. Verily, verily, "the way of the transgressor is hard." * * * Is Senator Burton Guilty? In finding Senator Joseph Ralph ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 1 April 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: 547.68 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 isihe appearance the premiums have : $47.68 THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OP THE UNITED STATES iaoßroadway, New York A. DILLON, Agent Phone Pink 716, Seattle Wash. A Hepublican 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 Republican Convention to be held In the City of Chicago on June 21st,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 1 April 1904

LEAGUE NOTES. The following very interesting re port touching the condition of the Na tional Business Men's League among Negroes, recently published in tin- New York Age. will be lead with much general interest: At Marshall, Texas, the people en gaged in business are doing fairly well and have a Business League. Broad Neck, Va., reports general in terest in the Business league and promises to organize a local league. Athens, Ga., reports general prog ress of our people, and that they are engaged as contractors, store-keepers, merchants, and tailors. Brandon, Miss., reports conditions fairly good. Few are engaged in busi ness and prospects for a Business League are not good at present. From Indianapolis, Ind., lcports are very encouraging as to the progress of our people. They are engaged in many lines of business and own val uable property. The people of Lexington, Ky., are prospering. They are accumulating property and are engaged in all lines of business and stand together. They a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 8 April 1904

SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. X. NO. 44 fl • ■! n 1 a ■ Wx: g^ ■-, f|| ' * J'fli «i IK. I i^jjfll HON. JOHN D. ATKINSON, Draws First Gubernatorial Blood. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1904 LEW C. SMITH, Candidate for Sheriff. Hon. John D. Atkinson is to the front in the gubernatorial fight with first blood, he having won Chelan county over Governor Mcßride by a most decided majority. The decisive victory won by Mr. Atkinson in Chelan will bring him support from adjoin ing counties, and that will give him strength throughout Eastern Washington. There is no denying the fact that John D. Atkinson is the decided choice of a great majority of the voters of King county, and unless he is traded out for selfish and sinister motives, he will receive the 115 delegates from King county for governor. There is no reason why, under such circumstances, he should not be nominated, and if he is not nominated there are those in King county who will regret it. Thurston county has been won, as was pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 8 April 1904

POLITICAL POT-PIE Hon. John L. Wilson is home from a four months' visit in Europe, and has already buckled on his armor for the coming politi cal battle, in which he is much interested. It is claimed that Mr. Wilson's senatorial candidacy has suffered severely during his absence but both his friends and enemies believe that he will soon have it in good shape, as everything seems to point to either his election or to his being able to name the next United States senator. * * * There seems to be no doubt but that Sam H. Piles will be given the delegation to the state convention to trade wherever he feels that he can do so and obtain a senatorial vote for his election. There are four guber natorial candidates outside of King county that Mr. Piles is expected to deal with. He must either trade with Gov. Mcßride, Hon. John D. Atkinson, Col. W. M. Rid path, or C. J. Lord of Olympia. With which of these candidates he will frame up remains to be seen. The probabilities are that it will be w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 8 April 1904

Tacoma voted for municipal officials last Tuesday, and as a result that city will for the next two years be ruled by a Democratic mayor and Republican minor officials. The council will be Republican by a majority of one. The election of George P. Wright for mayor closes one of the hottest political scraps that was ever waged in this state in any municipal, county or state fight. The primary fight to defeat Campbell for re nomination was waged along such lines as to make it impossible for either Campbell or Fawcett to have won, which ever was successful in the conveitnon. Campbell won out in the convention and, as was freely pre dicted all over the state, lost out at the polls. The defeat of Campbell is charged up to S. A. Perkins and B. S. Grosscup of the North ern Pacific, which will give that county to Governor Mcßride in the state fight, which will follow the city election by only a few days. Mr. Wright won over Mr. Campbell by a plurality of 661 votes, while the balance of the R...

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

The Seattle Republican Established May, 1894. H. R. Cayton Editor Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $2.00 Six Months 100 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. Even Mayor Campbelle does not now de ny that for once Tacoma got Wright. "Dollar gas" in spite of the combination is promised by the new Seattle Lighting Company. That's the stuff. If Willie Hearst is not the real owner of the Seattle Daily Times, why did Editor Montebank slop all over in denying it? If the police would run that Scotty Fer guson into the bay instead of out of town the proper thing would be done. Foreigners coming to this country do not go South, as the South to them smacks too largely of a land of savages. Congratulations are in order for the "Se attle News-Letter" Easter edition. It was a journalistic beauty and a thing of art. It is claimed that the colored folk of Vir ginia own ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 8 April 1904

| The Seattle Lighting Company | & -^^ ANNOUNCES a»- *? 1 A Reduction in Gas Rates | to TO TAKE EFFECT APRIL FIRST £ (|/ And applying on all bills for the current month of April. The new rate is *|\ | $1.25 NET PER 1,000 CUBIC FEET, § {fa For hills that are paid on or before the loth of each month. The company will aim to give satisfactory /fl i|/ serviceto each of its patrons and to make possible the use of gas in every household of Seattle and Ballard. (f\ .Enquires of Any Kind Are Respectfully Solicited f$ to * to = JJS I OFFICES SEATTLE LIGHTING COHPANY, | to 2J NO. 1425 FIRST AVENUE, NO. 214 CHERRY STREET, NO. 243 BALLARD AVENUE JJJ i)li Near Pike Str6et PHONES-Independent, 96 PHONE- jj il/ PHONES— lndependent, 75 fl\ \|/ Sunset, Main 1186 Sunset, Exchange 27 Sunset, Main 23 *f» to jP PEOPLES' SAVINGS BANK Second and Pike. Capital $100,000 Deposits received from $1 to $10,000; 4 per cent, interest allowed on savings de posits. E. C. Neufelder, President. It. 11. Denny, Vice...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 8 April 1904

WHITE SAVAGES. Thai the Anglo-Saxons of the North may realize the kind of brethren they have in the South, who like Vardaman, preach the in ability of the Negro of becoming a useful citizen of this country, we reproduce an ar ticle clipped from the Congressional Record, which was read by the clerk of the House at the instigation of Mr. Crumpacker. There is no record of savages in any age being as brutal or heartless. You of the North can hardly believe that your Southern brethren would be guilty of such, but they are. Yes they are not only guilty of this but numer ous acts equally as fiendish. They are guilty also of promiscously raping colored women and girls and of boasting of it as though they had done the commands of their God. In short as will be seen from the article below which originally comes from a South ern journal, they are nothing short of a howling aggregation of savage barbarians. THE BRUTAL WHITE. Not long ago Governor Vardaman suc ceeded in preventing the lynching o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 8 April 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 Endowment 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 the appearance the premiums have : $47.68 THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES 120 Broadway, 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 Tacoina, 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 Republican Convention to be held In the City of Chicago on June 21s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 8 April 1904

Afro-American Pioneer Dead ■r. THE LATE GEORGE H. GROSE. In the death of George H. Grose Seattle loses another of her pioneers as well as one of her energetic citi zens. When but a child he came with his parents to Seattle, where he has continuously resided for the past thir ty years. During that time he has seen marvelous changes come over Seattle —its growth from a mere coun try village to a great metropolis, and during all that time he has been a familiar figure among her cosmopoli tan citizenship. Old timers as well as new timers knew George Grose, as he always kept pace with his surround ings. He died last Saturday evening For 10c on the Dollar WE BOUGHT A CAR LOAD OF RAKES HOES and FORKS That were in a Railroad Wreck ON SALE HONDAY Spelger & Hurlbut Second and Union after a lingering illness, which he contracted some ten months ago. George H. Grose was educated in the public schools of this city, and was associated first with his father in busi ness when but a boy. His fat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 15 April 1904

SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. X. NO. 45 [POLITICAL POT-PIE Now that the various county conventions are being held and are endorsing their re- spective favorite sons for the gubernatorial nomination on the Republican side, the question of the hour is, Will Governor Mc- Bride receive enough votes to make it pos sible for him to succeed himself? Ever since he took the oath of office he has been doing missionary work in his own behalf, and is still doing so, and that too despite the dignity that the holding of so high an office is supposed to carry. It has been the custom of former governors who have served their constituents to leave their nomination in the hands of those whom they have served, but Gov. Mcßride is leav ing his to no one, but doing it himself. * * * Now discussing for a moment the pros pects of Governor Mcßride's winning the next gubernatorial nomination: Even though he gets King county, as was pre dicted in the last issue of The Republican, in order to get the nomination he ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 15 April 1904

active and vigorous campaign. Should he, as in the past, be able to control the north west he will go to the state convention with a very large vote, and as has been previous ly published in these columns, if Pierce county and the south west should give him their support, it would mean his nomination beyond a question of doubt. However, it is thought that Cushman and Humphrey will work together and Mr. Humphrey's friends, at this writing believe he is certain of re-nomination. * * * There will be no opposition in the con vention, so far as now appears on the sur face or otherwise, to the unanimous re nomination of Hon. Sam. H. Nichols for Secretary of State. He has made a praise worthy official and is quite deserving of the honor. * * * The fight for State Treasurer seems to be confined to two candidates, the same two as were mentioned by the Republican some weeks ago: Hon. W. M. Shaw of Spokane, and the son of the present Stare Treasure* Mr. Maynard. If Mr. Shaw hooks up with Gov. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 15 April 1904

H. J. LEA. Last but nowise least can be $dv\ of the candidacy of H. J. Lea for county clerk, lie hails from the Fifth ward and it is highly probably that he will have the solid delega tion from there at his back for the nomina tion. Few men m the city are more popular among the Republicans than he, and as lias been .said in these columns he will make an interesting fight in the convention. Two years ago he was a candidate for this nomi nation, and for a time held the balance of power between the two leading candidates, and it is barely possible that IJiliy i;>g;iss would have been nominated had not Air. Lea withdrawn in favor of Mr. KoepHi. Should he win his delegation in the Fifth ward in the manner that he hopes to, and feels absolutely certain that he will do, he will be able to trade left and right for votes for himself for county clerk. Lea is particu larly strong in the south district, and he be lieves that part of the county will give bin. a very creditable vote irrespecti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 15 April 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. Skagit county has been Hurd from and it sounds like Mcßride was, "sitting in the corner to hear sweet Jordan roll." Both the Japanese and the Russian troops declare they are in splendid lighting trim, and yet they seem to be trimming rather than fighting. The reason Parker's boom for president does not sound good to the windy Moses of Nebraska, is because it is not spelled B-r-y-a-n. Should General Miles become the Prohi bition candidate what he will be forced to drink for the next six months will certainly make life a burden to him. For the first time in the history of the Hotel Washington, is has a real up-to-date Porter to look after things in general, and it is said that the new porter is a pea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 15 April 1904

WHY PAY MORE We Guarantee A 30 Candle Power Light Burning Four Hours Per Day AT A COST PER MONTH OF 30 CENTS Lamps Now On Exhibition Seattle Lighting Co. OFFICES: NO. 1425 FIRST AVENUE, Near Pike Street PHONES—lndependent, 75 Sunset, Main 1186 NO. 214 CHERRY STREET, PHONES—lndependent, 96 Sunset, Exchange 27 NO. 243 BALLARD AVENUE, PHONE— Sunset, Main 23 SPRING Is near at hand, and the time for housecleaning. We can be of benefit to you in this direction. We carry paints and varnishes, and a very large assortment of new styles in Wall Papers. C. F. STOELTIN6 816 Third Avenue. Wheeler & Wilson mm I ■ and Domestic. H. HflnnninnA Hanson, 215 Co- Machines as* ~- » PEOPLES' SAVINGS BANK Second and Pike. Capital $100,000 Deposits received from $1 to $10,000; 4 per cent. Interest allowed on savings de posits. E. C. Neufelder, President. R. H. Denny, Vice-President. J. T. Greenleaf, Cashier. SAFE DEPOSIT VAULT THE NATIONAL BANK of COMMERCE H. C. Henry, Pres R. R SfBNGEB, Cashier The Can...

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