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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 29 April 1904

EVERY TOWN HAS A liar. A sponger. A smirt alec. A girl who giggles. A weather prophet. A neighborhood feud. A woman who tattles. A man who-knows-it-all. One Jacksonian Democrat. More loafers than it needs. A boy who cuts up in church. A few meddlesome old women. A "thing" that stares at women. A stock law that is not enforced' A widower who is too gay for his age. Some men who make remarks about women. A few who know how to run the af fairs of the country. A grown young man who laughs every time he says anything. A girl who goes to the postoffice every time the mail comes in. Scores of men with the caboose of their trousers worn smooth as glass. A man who grins when you talk and laughs aloud after he has said "some thing.—Ex. EQUAL RIGHTS FOR NEGRO. Whatever may be said of President Roosevelt, no one can say that he is a "trimmer." Last week the mem bers of the Baltimore conference of the African Methodist Episcopal church called on the president and to them he declared his wish for...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 13 May 1904

"™^^ A. *\ "^ "^ I I B I —^^ a /^^ I VOL. X. NO. 49 POLITICAL POT-PIE REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor A. E. Mead, of Whatcom For Lieutenant Governor Chas.. E. Coon, of Jefferson. For Attorney-General John D. Atkinson, of Chelan For Auditor .C. W. Clausen, of Kitsap For Secretary of State .. S. H. Nichols, of Snohomish For Treasurer . .... .Geo. Mills, of Thurston For Land Commissioner E. W. Ross, of Cowlitz For Supreme Court Judges ;. .Mark A. Fullerton, of Whitman ; F. H.Rudkin, of Yakima For Superintendent of Schools .R. B. Bryan, of Chehalis PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. S. G. Cosgrove, of Garficld; Geonge \V. Bassett, of Adams; L. B. Nash, of Spokane; J. M. Fish, of Stevens; A. R. Munson, of Mason. DELEGATES TO NATIONA LCON VENTION. Charles Sweeney, of Spokane ; Gen. James M. Ashton, of Pierce; John B. Lewis, of Chehalis; George Donald, of Yakima; Dr. B. Eastham, of Clarke; Charles E. Bing ham, of Skagit; Levi Ankeny, of Walla Wal la ; Erastus Brainerd, of King; W. A. Pru der, of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 13 May 1904

We favor the enactment of such laws as may be necessary to secure the early com pletion of irrigation projects in Eastern Washington by the United States govern ment. We would call attention to the natnoial importance of the Puget Sound navy yard, having a location unsurpassed within the limits of the United States, and would urge onr congressional delegation to use its best efforts to secure the appropriations neces- sary to give the yard complete facilities for both building and repairing the largest bat tleships. There was dissatisfaction, especially among the Mcßride folk, as to the ticket presented to the convention by the sttering committee, and a few feeble efforts were made to defeat a part of it, but it proved in- effective. The attempt to ring in Herman D. Crow of Spokane as one of the supreme 'court judges was a complete failure, and showed that the Mcßride people were hope lessly in the minority. The balance of the ticket was nominated by acclamation. CONVENTION CATCHES....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 13 May 1904

A few things can always be observed of the King county delegation: It is the largest one in the state convention; and yet gets less out of the state convention than the smallest; it makes more noise than any other delegation in the state convention — and generally has four or- five very illman nered fellows who are responsible for it. While no reference was made to the direct primary law in the platform, yet the real condition of the delegates in the state con vention and especially those from King is a sufficient argument for the passage of such a law. RELIGIOUS NOTES. The Inter Ocean, Chicago, commenting on the fact that a committee engaged in the revision of the Methodist hymnal could find no worthy hymns written during the last twenty-five years, finds in this another indication of a modern lack of faith. "A generation that hesitates to pledge itself to a creed lacks the faith that is expressed in hymns of praise that bite into the mind and become really popular." A very differe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 13 May 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. Wilson? John L. Wilson! The judge seems to have heard a famiiar sound. Permit us in reply to "Why are we right handed," to simply say, because we are not left-handed. Organized labor may be a very good tiling, but Colorado seems to have "plenty more as plenty more as she can want" of it. Now that the old gas companies of this city have re-organized they are no longer troubled with Hills or Wells along their route. That was quite a dish of Crow that Spo kane county offered to the state convention, but it was altogether too gloomy looking to be stomached. Russia and Japan are still pumping hot lead into each other, and both of them seem to like it. In other words, neither one of them have gotten eno...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 13 May 1904

WHY PAY MORE We Guarantee A 30 Candle Power Light Burning Four Hours Per Day AT A COST PER MONIB OF f 30 CENTS Lamps Now On Exhibition I Seattle Lighting Co. OFFICES: HO. 1425 FIRST AVENUE, Near Pike Street PHONES—lndependent, 75 Sunset, Main 1186 I. — I NO. 214 CHERRY STREET, PHONES—lndependent, 96 Sunset, Exchange 27 | NO. 243 BALLARD AVENUE, j 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. STOELTING 816 Third Avenue. Wheeler & Wilson ■ ■ I ■ and Domestic. H. ■ H/l/ll* I nAA Hanson, 215 Co- 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. K. H. Denny, Vlce-Prestdent. J. T. Greenleaf, Cashier. SAFE DEPOSIT VAULT THE NATIONAL BANK of COMMERCE H. C. Henry, Pres. K. R. Spencer, Cashier Th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 13 May 1904

THE LOUISIANA PURCHASE EXPO- SITION—ITS SCOPE AND ITS PURPOSE. (By Samuel Wlliiams.J The Louisiana Purchase Exposition, opened at St. Louis April 30, was planned to be "the greatest exposition ever held in the world." It was thought that the most fitting commemoration of one of the most important centenials in American history would be a World's Fair presenting a com prehensive and instructive illustration of the progress of all nations in arts, industries, and culture. It was an ambitious scheme, calling for the expenditure of enormous sums of money, a vast amount of skillful exploi tation work, the exertion of America's in lluence with foreign governments, and the employment of an array of well known ex perts in collecting and classifying the ex hibits. But there seems to have been plenty of practical ability and high intelligence as well as ambition behind the scheme, and its propjectors have unquestionably succeeded in creating an exhibition far surpassing all former ones in the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 13 May 1904

. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington, for King County. Lewis Kayser, Plaintiff, vs. Louisa Kay ser, Defendant. No. 42,715. Summons by Publication. You are hereby summoned to appear with in sixty days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to-wit: within sixty days after the 6th day of May, 1904. and defend the above entitled action In the above entitled Court, and answer the com plaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attor neys for plaintiff, at their office below stat ed : and In case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you ac cording to the demand of the complaint, which has been filed with the Clerk of the said Court. A brief statement of the object of the said action Is to dissolve the bonds of mat trlmony existing between the plaintiff and the defendant, on the ground of desertion. BRADY & GAY, Attorneys for Plaintiff. P. O. Oddress: Rooms 9 to 14 Roxwell Bldg., Seattle, King Coun...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 13 May 1904

PERSONAL On Wednesday evening the Mt. Zion Baptist church elected new mem bers to the trustee board. The Silverleaf Musical Club is pre paring for a concert to be given about the end of the present month. Mr. E. H. Holmes of Spokane visit ed our city last week. Mr. Holmes has been a deputy in the county treas urer's office for the past three years. At the Evergreen Literary Society last Friday evening Rev. Mr. Freeman delivered an excellent address to those present. Many were in attendance at the Mt. Zion Baptist church last Wednesday evening to hear the reading of the deed to the church lot, and see it transferred to the trustees of the church. The marriage of Miss Eulia Hutt to Mr. Jackson took place last Tuesday. Mrs. Jackson is a niece of Rev. and Mrs. F. T. Walker, and she and her husband are popular young people of this city. The first Sunday in June has been set for a big rally at the A. M. E. church, for which a special program is being arranged by the choir. It is hoped tha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 May 1904

15he SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. X. NO. 50 POLITICAL POT=PIE REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor A. E. Mead, of Whatcom For Lieutenant Governor Chas.. E. Coon, of Jefferson. For Attorney-General John D. Atkinson, of Chelan For Auditor C. W. Clausen, of Kitsap For Secretary of State S. H. Nichols, of Snohomish For Treasurer Geo. Mills, of Thurgton For Land Commissioner E. W. Ross, of Covvlitz For Supreme Court Judges Mark A. Fullerton, of Whitman ; F. H.Rudkin, of Vakima Kor Superintendent of Schools R. B. Bryan, of Chehalis PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. S. G. Cosgrove, of Garfield; Geonge W. Bassett, of Adams; L. B. Nash, of Spokane; J. M. Fish, of Stevens; A. R. Munson, of Mason. * * * Since the adjournment of the late Repbuli can convention much has been said both pro and con concerning the nominees, as well as the general outcome of the work of the con vention at the polls next fall. By some it is declared a weak ticket: by others an average ticket: while by others it is considered a very...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 May 1904

Hay's Plain Political Statement About Eastern Washington Wilbur, Wash., May 1904. To the Seattle Republican: I note your regrest relative to my not hav ing secured the nomination for Lieutenant- Governor and would say in reply, that per sonally I feel no disappointment in this mat ter whatever, as I would hardly have cared to accept the nomination on the platform as forced upon us by the West Side. Neither do I consider it good politics for any of US from the East Side, advocating a railroad commission, to accept any favors from that faction of the party upon whom we look as being controlled by the railroads. There is one thing absolutely certain—this question will never be settled until there has been a railroad commission appointed. Our people have fought for this for years and they art more determined on the question now than ever. We feel that the West Side Republi cans are trying to force us to repudiate everything we have stood for in the past and are anxious that this portion...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 May 1904

ASSEMBLING OF THE DEMOCRATS. It has been officially given out by the Democratic party that the Colliseuni in St. Louis, in which the Democratic national convention will assemble July, 6th, has a seating capacity of 10,040, which includes delegates, alternates, representatives of the press and invited guests. Preliminary ar rangements for the convention are being pre pared by W. A. De Ford. Provisions have been made to entertain 352 working news paper men and seats for 300 visiting news paper men. Aside from the guests invited by the management each member of the national committee will have at his disposal one box and ten general admission tickets. Each delegate will have his own ticket of admission and three general tickets in ad dition. Each alternate will have'one ticket. The seats for guests will be in the hands of a sub-committee on arrangements, and this sub-committee, which has already been ap pointed, is being literally besieged with ap plications for admission. Evidently th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 May 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 6° Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second- class Mail Matter. Office, A. W. Deniiy Bldg., 1414 Second. Tele phone Main 305. Capitalists still insist that wages arc in creasing-, but if they are, it must be the wages of the capitalist instead of the laborer. The Seattle Republican hereby acknow ledges the many compliments that have been paid to its convention number both 'by the press and the people. The Democratic presidential nomination may not be an "internal machine," but it is a confounded machine that seldom ever works when the nominee wants it to. Seattle's park hoard after all must have been Fowler than most people had suspected and as a result it has undergone a re-organi zation and C. VV. Saunders is It. Judging from the general complaint registered against the work of the Late Re publican state convention ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 May 1904

At Our New Address We Will Show How to Cook With Gas Also How To Light With Gas Seattle Lighting Co. NO. 216 CHERRY STREET, PHONES— lndependent, 06 Sunset, Exchange 27 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. STOELTING 816 Third Avenue. Wheeler & Wilson - a a ■ and Domestic. H. MAnnilinA Hanson, 215 Co macnines »f"- •* PEOPLES' SAVINGS BANK Second and Pike. Capital $100,000 Deposits received from $1 to $10,000; •» per cent. Interest allowed on savings de posits. — E. C. Neufelder, President. R. H. Denny, Vice-Presldent. J. T. Greenleaf, Cashier. SAFE DEPOSIT VAULT THE NATIONAL BANK of COMMERCE H. C. Henry, Preu K. X Skencek, Cashier The Canadian bank of Commerce Head Office, Toronto. Established 1867. Capital - - $8,700,000 Surplus - 3,000,000 London Ofllce ... 60 Lombard St. New York Ofllce - - 16 Exchange Place Over 100 Br...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 May 1904

Republicans Have Sacrificed the Negro l'h« senate of the United States, at the re quest of Senator Tillman, of South Carolina, has decided not to consider the confirmation of Dr. Crum to be collector of customs at Charleston, S. C. This means that the nomi nation will not be considered until next De cember, as Senator Tillman has an ulcerated throat, which may eat out his tongue and thus prevent him from yawping any more with his mouth, and who on the advice ot his doctor will go to South Carolina —where we hope he wili have to stay the remainedr of his natural and vicious life. This man, Senator Tillman, has been able for two years to prevent the federal senate, which has a large Republican majority, from confirming the nomination of D«\ Crum. What is the explanation of Senator Till man's influence over the Republican sena tors ? He has no reputation that a decent man would have for the giving, and he does not even represent the decent sentiment of his own state. His opposition to ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 May 1904

~___L iff nCSsI IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington, for King County. Lewis Kayser, Plaintiff, vs. Louisa Kay sei, Defendant. No. 42,715. Summons by Publication. You are hereby summoned to appear with in sixty days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to-wit : within sixty days after the 6th day of May, 19(14, and defend the above entitled action in the above entitled Court, and answer the com plaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attor neys for plaintiff, at their office below stat ed ; and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you ac cording to the demand of the complaint, which has been filed with the Clerk of the said Court. A brief statement of the object of the said action is to dissolve the bonds of mat trimony existing between the plaintiff and the defendant, on the ground of desertion. BRADY & GAY, Attorneys for Plaintiff. I. O. Oddress : Rooms 9 to 14 Roxwell Bldg., S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 May 1904

A Noted Negro Dies in Honolulu It is with many regrets that the friends of the Ball family which lived here so many years, learn of the death of Mr. J. P. Ball, Sr., which sad event occurred the' 2nd of May in Honolulu, whither the family more than a year ago moved. Mr. Ball was a noted as well as remarkable man. He was in Ij|^bS«F JB HP^ bis 77th year and having spent the earl> years of his life in Cincin nati and being active in business cir cles there, he gained an experience that few men of his race ever attained. He was the first man of the Negro race to try to do business in that city on his own hook and the mere fact that he succeeded beyond expectation was sufficient proof that he was a most remarkable man. He took an The Crescent Lawn Mower IS EASY TO RUN 12 inch $3.25 14 inch $3.50 16 inch $3.75 Spelger & Hurlbut Second and Union active interest in the groat anti-slave agitation and contributed more than his share toward the final emancipa tion of his race. He was w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 May 1904

C/>e SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. X. NO. 51 I L% ■•■■■■*■ CANDIDATE W. A. CARLE. The Seattle postoffice fight is still an un settled political proposition. The avowed candidates are George M. Stewart the pres ent encumbent and W. A. Car,le, who was promised the office by Mr. Ankeny when he was elected with George B. Lamping a re ceptive candidate. Mr. Stewart's nomina tion has been hung for further consideration POLITICAL POT-PIE REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor A. E. Mead, of Whatcom For Lieutenant Governor Chas.. E. Coon, of Jefferson. For Attorney-General John D. Atkinson, of Chelan For Auditor C. W. Clausen, of Kitsap For Secretary of State S. H. Nichols, of Snohomish For Treasurer Geo. Mills, of Thurston For Land Commissioner E. W. Ross, of Cowlitz For Supreme Court Judges Mark A. Fullerton, of Whitman ; F. H.Rudkin, of Yakima For Superintendent of Schools R. B. Bryan, of Chehalis — -TOWN TOPICS In the personal column of the Seattle Re publican last week we called attention ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 May 1904

STATE PRESS Quite a number of the editors of the "state press" are at this time enjoying a pleasant outing at St. Louis. The State Press As sociation held its opening session on the Fair grounds last Wednesday in the Wash ington state building. Notwithstanding the absence of so many of the brethren from their desks and "alleys" the quotations from the country press of this state in this issue will he found unusually interesting as well as instructive and furnishing much food for thought. The country press is the bone and sinew of the country after all, the "forty thousand daily" circulation liars to the con trary notwithstanding, and even the great dailies themselves fear the opposition of the country press. The country press is how ever its worst enemy as the editor of one weekly seems to delight in sticking a knife into his brother editor. Despatches from St. Louis say Lovett M. Wood of Seattle was elected president of the Washington State Press Association. Mr. Wood is editor and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 May 1904

May 2"], 1904. A row among the Republicans of Wiscon sin has resulted in two tickets being named so far as state officers are concerned, but both factions are supporting the same presi dential electors. Notwithstanding such an agreement, it is plain to be seen that the national ticket is very much weakened on account of the split among the Republicans, and it looks at this writing as if President Roosevelt stood a splendid show of losing the state next November. * * * After battling for almost a whole week the Republicans in the state convention in Illinois failed to nominate a state ticket and adjourned until the 31st of May, when they will again assemble and attempt to nomi nate a ticket. It has been given out that President Roosevelt has entertained fears over the split among the Republicans of Illi nois and that his leaders and advisers will seek to heal up the breach between them before the convention assembles again in or der that the success of the national ticket will not be...

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