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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 May 1904

The Seattle Republican Established May, 1894. H. R. Cayton Editor Susie Revel* Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. On* Year $2.00 Six Months 1-00 Three Months 60 Entered at the Postofflce at Seattle as Second- class Mail Matter. Office, A. W. Deniiy Bldg., 1414 Second. Tele phone Main 305. Wisconsin has had too much La l/olktl for the good of the Republican party and she now sees the error of her ways. The Tp.coma "Ledger" is mistaken. Se attle does not aspire to be a great seaport for she is already that, but she does aspire to hold what she already has. That yellow journalism is responsible for three fourths of the crime committed iti this country can be seen from the way the Times is handling the Baker c...... .... From the mixed war reports from t)ic Orient the "man behind the gun" seems to be just as effective in the Russian as in the Japanese army. In his desperation Bryan threatens to re surrect the Populist party in order to beat Parker. If he does Bryan will, for o.ice, to...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 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, 96 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 mm I ■ and Domestic. H. IIaaUiHAA Hanson, 215 Co- Machines »r n- b" 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-Presldent. J. T. Greenleaf, Cashier. SAFE DEPOSIT VAULT THE NATIONAL BANK of COMMERCE H. C. Henry, Pres. K. K. Sj-encer, Cashier The Canadian bank of Commerce Head Office, Toronto. Established 1867. Capital • - $8,700,000 Surplus • 8,000,000 London Office 80 Lombard St. New York Office - - 16 Exchange Place Over 100 Bra...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 May 1904

The Negro in the Army (Omaha, Xeb., "Progress.") ( Hitside of the army itself very few peo ple know that Uncle Sam has on his long pay roll, eight Negro commissioned officers of his army, three of these being line offi cers, while the others are chaplains and a paymaster, generally known as non-combat ants. By the army organization act of July 28, 1866, there were designated four regiments the enlisted strength of which was to be made up entirely of Negroes. These organ izations are now known as the Ninth and 'Tenth Regiments of Cavalry, and the Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth Regiments of Infantry, and since their formation these Negro regiments have had assigned to them a Negro chaplain. The pay of a chaplain is $1,800 a year, or that of his rank (captain, not mounted), but there is now a bill before this Congress to give to fifteen of the most worthy chaplains the rank and pay, etc., of a major—$2,500 per annum. Probably the best known of all the Negro chaplains is Allen Allenswor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 May 1904

May 27, 1904. IX THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington, for King County. Lewis Kayser, Plaintiff, vs. Louisa Kay- Mtr, Defendant. No. 42,715. Summons by Publication. You are hereby summoned to appear wlth iu 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 trimony existing between the plaintiff and the defendant, oft the ground of desertion. BRADY & GAY, Attorneys for Plaintiff. P. O. Oddress: Rooms 9 to. 14 Roxwefl Bldg., Sea...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 May 1904

GENERAL CONFERENCE. A Resume of the General Conference and Its Work. This Great Christian Organization Has ..Completed Its Quadrennial Session and the Members Have Returned to Their Individual Fields of Labor. The African Methodist Episcopal Church is a great religious body. It r umbers fully 800,000 members, was organized in Philadelphia in 1787 by Richard Allen, who was elected the first bishop, and the growth in the past forty years has been marvelous. Prior to 1787 all followers of Wesley of Af rican blood belonged to the Methodist Episcopal Church, and those who are familiar with the organization of the African M. E. Church say that on one occasion Richard Allen and a number Of other Afro-American worshippers were ordered up from the altar at St. George M. E. Church in Philadelphia, which order they obeyed, and when they got up, they also got out and or ganized a church where Afro-Ameri can Christians could serve God unmo lested. It was in 1816 that the first general conference...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 3 June 1904

V5hQ VOL. X. NO. 52 CAN THE POPULIST PARTY BE REJUVINATED The recent call issued by the members of the Populist party for a state convention to be held June 18th, with a view of electing delegates to its national convention, which will be held in Springfield, 111., July Fourth, calls to mind the part played by the Popu lists in this state but a few years ago. That the reader may become more familiar with the subject which is herein briefly discussed a cut representing the former Populist lead ers of the ['895 legislature is herewith printed. jfltffrfe sfgt "V • i^^k ,'^^V Or mil P % 1^ r ! r aJL ,f^ hT^ n e^ J^y HJ'^ hl The above portraits represent the men who represented the Populist party of this state in the legislature of 1895, who voted to the last ditch for John R. Rogers for United States senator, who was himself a member of the legislature and was the acknowledged leader of the Populist party on the floor of the house of representatives. It was then that the Populist party ...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 3 June 1904

Wise and Otherwise Wrongs of all kinds fall heaviest upon the innocent. Love that is love must endure to the end, and, 100, must be self-forgetful. The public has little concern about what the Times thinks of the P.-I. or the P.-I. of the Times. Be good. The P.-I. is much exercised about the "knocker," so the P.-I. knocks the knocker. Yea, truly, the "knocker" is ever with us. Our preachers have raised their voices against divorce. They should cry out a lit tle against reckless marriage, but they don't. No man or woman is wholly rounded in character, rests on a safe foundation, until they master self. There is much which may be unanswer ably be said to the effect that work is a habit. Be it so, yet no one does good work unless in his soul of souls he loves work. Senator Turner favors Judge Parker as the nominee, of the Democratic party, be cause "Judge Parker is conservative ancT well seasoned in years." Why is it that so many church-going wo men not only fail to obey a city law, bu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 3 June 1904

JUNE 3, 1904. Senator Quay's Death. The most notable happening of the past week was the. death of Senator Mathew Stan ley Quay of Pennsylvania. He was a not ed man because he was a member of the United States senate, but he was also nota ble for other reasons. For the past twenty years he has been the absolute political au tocrat and dictator of the state of Pennsyl vania and his wishes have been absolute. A number of efforts were made during his political career to dispute his political au thority in Pennsylvania, but they all failed, and Quay died the absolute boss of the state. Whether he suggested his successor or not is a secret confined to his lieutenants, and they have not seen fit, as yet, to make pub lic his wishes. Criminal charges were fre quently preferred against him in order to break his political power, but he out-gener aled his opponents and came out wanner. A successor has not yet been appointed by the governor, but it is believed that Senator Quay's favorite son wi...

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

The Seattle Republican Established May, 1894. H. R. Cayton Editor Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year ?2.00 Six Months ±-0° 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. 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; George \V. Bassett, of Adams; L. B. Nash, of Spokane ; J. M. Fish, of Stevens; A. J. Munson, of Mason. Japan's leading general may be a Ma, but he is by no means a grand-ma, judging fro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 3 June 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, 96 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 - — I i and Domestic. H. llaaU i ng\f\ Hanson, 215 Co- PEOPLES' SAVINGS BANK Second and I'ike. Capital $100,000 Deposits received from $1 to $10,000; 4 pcl 1 cent, interest allowed on savings de posits. R. C. Neufelder, President. K. 11. Denny, Vice -President. J. T. Greenleaf, Cashier. SAFE DEPOSIT VAULT THE NATIONAL BANK of COMMERCE H. C. Henhy, Pres K. K. Si bnckß, Cashier The Canadian bank of Commerce Head Office, Toronto. Established 1867. <;ipitii! ■ ■ $3,700,000 Suriilus - 3,01)0.000 London Office ... 60 Lombard St. New York OlHit ■ - l(i Exchange Place Over 100 Br...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 3 June 1904

STATE PRESS It's Hoss and Hoss. Under the belief that it was making a hit for itself the Colfax Commoner, a Democrat ic sheet that has been unduly exercised over the outcome of the late Tacoma convention, uses the following: "Charlie Chamberlain was nominated for wreckmaster by the King county Republican convention. If elected his first job is likely to be to take charge of the remnant of the lobby state ticket." Judg ing from the past that will be just as applic able if the legislature is Democratic as if Republican. The railroads have generally owned whatever party has been in power in this state, and the Democratic legislature did no more for the so-called relief of the Eastern farmers than did the Republican ones and not one-half so much. * * * They Will Accommodate You. When the Olympian State Capitol says: "Republican editors promise to say unkind things of Mr. Turner if he accepts the Dem ocratic nomination for governor of this state. Oh, fi! "Don't holler before you are out ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 3 June 1904

JUNE 3, 1904- IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF Tilt 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, 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 flled 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. P. O Oddress: Rooms 9 to 14 Roxwell Bldg., Se...

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

TELLS OF FATHER'S ILLNESS. H. R Cayton. Esq.. Seattle, Wash. .My Dear Friend: — Alter an illness, extending from the 4th of March to the night of May 3d, father died. His illness was the form of dropsy designated as ascites. He had suffered therefrom for a long number of years in a modified form, and only about the Ist of February were there any serious indications. At that time, he called my attention to the fact that he was gaining con siderably in flesh, as evidenced by in creased weight, and a fullness in his stomach, and it was not until a phy sician was called, and an examination made, that it was evident that his illness was ascites. Everything that was possible, was done for him, but he gradually grew weaker and weaker, and became larg er and larger, until he must have had forty younds of water in his system at the time of death. The physicians refused to tap him, on account of his age and weakness, and on account of his inability to take nourishments he gradually grew weake...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 10 June 1904

Uhe SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. XI. NO. 1 POLITICAL POT=PIE The slate of Washington should congrat ulate itself over the fact that it has a can didate for the vice-presidency of the United States, even though it be a Democratic can didate Indications point strongly to the fact that at the present time the Hon. George Turner of Spokane will he nomina ted for the vice-presidency on the Demo cratic ticket with Judge Parker, whom it seems almost certain will be nominated for the presidency. C )nce before the state of Washington presented a vice-presidential candidate to the National Democratic Con vention in the person of James Hamilton Lewis, but without serious consideration. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1904 The candidacy of Judge Turner, however, is assuming a serious aspect, and, if Judge Parker is nominated for president, which is almost certain, the Northwest stands a most excellent show of having a vice-presiden tial candidate in the person of Judge George Turner. * * * (le...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 10 June 1904

There is no denying the fact that he would make a brilliant campaign if nomin ated, and if any man can turn the North west and Western stales in general into ihe Democratic column that man is George Turner of Spokane. Democrats, however, always have the happy faculty of doing the wrong thing at the right time and they may at this time defeat the aspirations of Wash ington's favorite son for the vice-presiden tial nomination, but if they do they will re gret it, for the Democratic candidates will not stand a ghost of a show to carry a single Western state unless one or the other of them hails from the West. Senator Turner is being received by Democrats all over the state with open arms just now, and if he is not nominated for vice-president he stands a splendid show of being nominated for gov ernor of this state, and if he is, even Repub licans are predicting that he will be a sure winner. * * * Speaking about the Democratic guberna torial nomination of this state, there seems to be ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 10 June 1904

JUNE' 10, 1904. SEATTLE SPIRIT THE STEFFIN JURY DISAGREtQ. William Steffin, who was on trial in the supreme court last Monday charged with selling intoxicants at Madison Park without a license was not convicted by a jury of twelve good men and true, for the reason, perhaps, that some of the men were not as true as they were purported to be. This man Steffins has been repeatedly breaking the law by selling intoxicants at the parks for a number of years and he still persists in doing the same thing in defiiance of the law of the state as well as of the city. Dur ing- his trial his attorneys went to the ex pense of having some of the vile stuff he sells analyzed to discover whether or not there was any alcohol in it. Whether or not the contents of the bottle that was analyzed was the same kind of stuff that he sells to the various visitors to the park is very ques tionable for for some reason the exact bottle was not in court. It is an open and notorious fact that Steffins has violated...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 10 June 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. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor ... .A. E. Mead, of Whalcom 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 Garfield; George \V. Bassett, of Adams; L. B. Nash, of Spokane; J. M. Fish, of Stevens; A. J. Munson, of Mason. OUR NATIONALITY IS QUESTIONED. The following letter from Spokane, W n.j has b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 10 June 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, 96 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 ■ and Domestic. H. llaamihaa Hanson. 215 Co- Machines sF *— mt 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. 13. C. Neufelder, President. H. 11. Denny, Vice-President. J. T. Greenleaf, Cashier. SAFE DEPOSIT VAULT THE NATIONAL BANK of COMMERCE H. C. Hknuy, Free K. X Scbnckb, Cashier The Canadian bank of Commerce Head Office, Toronto. Established 18G7. Capital - - $8,700,000 Surplus • 3,000,000 London Ollii-c- ... 00 I.oml.uril St. New York Office - - 1(1 Exchange Place Over ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 10 June 1904

GOULD BREAKS INTO POLITICS. George Gould, the favorite son of the once famous Jay Gould, threatens to break into politics. In other words, he has an itching to represent his district in Congress and may be a candidate for that honor two years from now, if not this year. Such in tentions on the part of George Gould have caused an unusual amount of caustic com ment on the part of the various newspapers of the country. If Gould desires to enter politics why not he as well as any one else? He perhaps would do no more harm in Con gress than a hundred and one others who are sent therebienniallyanddoubtlesswould do no more good, but the idea that one is cither too rich or too poor to go to Congress or hold any other public office is ridiculously absurd, and it not, or should not become part of the political program of this country. BAYNE PREDICTS JAPANESE SUCCESS. William George Bayne, the president of the municipal council of Shanghai, who is at present a visitor in this country and who r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 10 June 1904

JUNE' io, 1904. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington, for King County. Lewis Kayser, Plaintiff, ts. 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 trimony existing between the plaintiff and the defendant, oh the ground of desertion. BRADY & GAY, Attorneys for Plaintiff. P. O. Oddress: Rooms 9 to 14 Roxwell Bldg., Sea...

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