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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 30 September 1904

B ft i J| i V The modern newspaper contains a great deal of advice to the young which is read eagerly by the old, who wonder why the young men don't take it. The New York Sun discusses the matter as fol lows: "The advice receltny offered to young persons by a clever man not to marry till they had reached years of sufficient maturity to make them wise judges of partners for life will probably not meet with widesprad approval among those for whom it was intnded. While it is generally believed that bachelor girls, as they are called, are more numerous now than they ever were before, nevertheless the average girl looks forward to a husband and a home. This is well; for if it is not good for man to be alone, it certainly is no better for woman. "But the typical mother yearns to see her daughter make a 'good match.' A good match, as everyone knows, demands as its prime es sential a man with a substantial income. From the combination of these the young woman is to expect a life of comfort ...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 30 September 1904

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1904 POLITICAL POT=PIE After carefully going over the political situation in this state so far as the state ticket is concerned and watching the drift of public sentiment as has been crystalized by the newspapers and campaign spellbind ers, the Pie-maker feels safe in predicting that, the Hon. A. E. Meade, will carry the state over Judge George Turner by between 5,000 and 10,000 plurality, and that, too, if Turner should come to the top of the moun tains with a plurality of 10,000, which he can not possibly do. King county alone will give Mr. Meade 7,000 plurality and every county in the northwest will give him a more or loss majority and his home county will not fall short of 3,000, and Snohomish will not be far behind that mark. The southwest will give him splendid majorities in every county, which justifies the allegation that he will beat Judge Turner by 5,000 plurality, if the Judge comes to the top of the moun tains with 10,000 plurality. In Eastern Washi...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 30 September 1904

The Seattle Republican Established M»y, 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. Gambling games are now being raided by the police. If you believe in honest politics vote the Republican ticket straight. The rainy season will open on lots of un finished grading contracts in this city. Red-headed may not be indicative of hot headed, but it looks it just the same. Seattle furnishes amusement for every body now, and sparring matches are as well patronized as any. Judge Parker's letter of acceptance stamps him as a very poor politician, regardless of his ability as a judge. Never in the history of Seattle since the fire have the police had the criminal element under more perfect control. Under the Roosevelt administration there are thirteen Afro-Americans in the diplo matic and consular service. Slowly but surely Seattle is putting on metropo...

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. — 30 September 1904

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1904 Because a woman was elected justice of the peace in Colorado it does not stand to reason that that commonwealth is headed for hadese, as thinks the Patriarch. If the woman does anything at all she will be away ahead of some men holding a similar posi tion. It is still giving the Belzebub an awful pain over Chairman Palmer's mismanagement of the Republican campaign. First thing you know the Democrats will be brought to the realization that, the Belzebub after all is more interested in Republican than Demo cratic success. It is claimed that American sympathy is shifting from the Japanese to the Russians. The Japs treated the foreign correspondents in such a lying, shabby manner that the change is not astonishing. Japanese success has sweled their heads and increased their lying ability. Some of the Southern journals are dis cussing the question: "Was the Fourteenth Amendment Ever Adopted?" When Roose velt and a Republican congress are elected they will be sh...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 30 September 1904

. PERSONAL. Mr. J. E. Hawkins and Mr. Frank Eellamy are in the Olrapic moun tains looking for deer. The Roosevelt linvincible Club, of which Andrew R. Black is presi dent, met lor consultation last Mon aay evening. Winter will soon set in and as there will be more or less social club meetings as well as clubs of a literary nature the Seattle Re publican would be glad to have some member of each club or or ganization make a regular report of their respective proceedings to its office. News items received un til Thursday. A number of ladies joined in the making up of a mite party and took the parsonage of the A. M. E. Church on Fourteenth Avenue by surprise last Wednesday evening. Each one presented the pastor and his wife with a parcel, all of which will go a long way toward making life less burdensome. Among those present were: Mrs. Allen, Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Butler, Mrs. Book er, Miss Cousins, Mrs. Cayton, Mrs. Gayton, Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Harris, Mrs. Hawkins, Miss Emma Hous ton, Mi...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 30 September 1904

IN THE SUPEKIOSx jOURT OF the State of Washington ,in and for the county of King. No. 5737. In the matter ot the guardianship of Morris Orton, an incompetent per son, notice of appointment of guard ian of the person and estate of Mor ris Orton, an incompetent person. To all to whom it may concern: Notice is hereby given that on, to wit August 19th, 1904 ,in the above entitled court and cause an order was made by Hon. George E. Morris and filed .appointing the undersigned guardian of the person and estate of Morris Orton ,an incompetent person residing in King county, state of Washington. All matters of business pertaining to the person and estate of said Morris Orton are now under the care, custody, control and man agement of the undersigned. Dated August 19th, 1904. MRS. MAY ORTON, Guardian. HAiiRISON BOSTWIoK. A ttorney for Guardian. Tn~~THE~~SUPERIOR COURT OF the State of Washington, in and tor King County. —No. 43763. — Notice and Summons. JVi Pyatt, plaintiff, vs. C. W. Wil son...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 30 September 1904

RUBBER BOOTS and SHOES RUBBER and OIL CLOTHING Ladies' and Misses' RAIN COATS The Rubber Store 714 First Aye. Bet. Ckeryy ill Ciltmbla iiadies' put's We make a specialty of Alaska Seal Garments at a reasonable discount below prices of all other furriers. C. C. BERG Tel. Main 4773 1425 First Aye. Most Complete Stock in the City. H. HASSEfIPFIiUG Merchant Tailor 807 THIRD AY. SEATTLE Big Cut All Wall Papers reduced at an average of 25 per cent on all Grades. To make room for next Spring Styles. Large as sortment to select from, at 816 3rd Aye. 11 STOELTIIO 816 Third Avenue. THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN. September 9, 1904. "*'M 3®5 "*'" 214 COLUMIIAST. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OP THE State of Washington, for King County. In the matter of the estate of Isaiah Dalrymple, deceased. —In Pro bate. —Notice to Creditors. Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned, the executrix of the estate of Isaiah Dalrymple, deceased, to the creditors and all persons having claims against said deceased or his esta...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 14 October 1904

SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. XI. NO. 19 Judge John E. Humphries, who was defeated for the nomination for governor by the late Republican state convention, is enthusiastic over the election of Hon. A. E. Mead, and said to the editor of the Re publican : "I have carefully studied the political situation in this state and county since the Tacoma and the Bellingham conventions adjourned, and I think I am prepared to say, Albert E. Mead will defeat George Turner by at least 25,000 plurality. Owing to the great amount of talk that has been going on among the Democrats and their partisan papers during the present campaign these figures may seem even to Republi cans rather exaggerated, but I have studied the situation well and be lieve I will not miss my guess very far when the votes have been counted. King county alone will wipe out any majority that Mr. Tur ner may get in Eastern Washington, and if the Republicans continue to gain votes as they have in the past two weeks or more Turner will no...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 14 October 1904

POLITICAL POT-PIE THE SHERIFF SITUATION. Election day is now only a little over a month ahead. Before the Republicans held their county convention in Seattle, every close observer of King county poli tics knew that no matter whom the Re publicand might nominate for Sheriff, the Democrats would wage a vindictive mud-slinging campaign against such nom inee, and center their county fight on the sheriff's office. That has been and is now being done. A more unfair, unjust political campaign was never waged than that now being waged against L. C. Smith. These tactics, however, are mak ing Democratic votes for Mr. Smith in many country precincts. The country precincts will give Lew Smith a good sub stantial majority. What will the city of Seattle do? The wholesale houses, mer chants and business men of Seattle are always eager to secure the trade of the country districts, and in that respect have succeeded well. In return that city has twice defeated the country Republican nominee for sher...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 14 October 1904

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1904. ARE YOU FOR CLANCY The members of the Civic Union should not overlook the fact that if they should work for the election of Jack Williams as sheriff of this county they will be but handing the arch enemy of the Union a club to beat the members over the head with. If Jack Williams is elected the man who has been at the head of the vicious element of this city for th past two decades will be given a new lease of life. If Jack Wil liams is elected sheriff, Frank Clancy will be the sheriff in fact and the vicious element will be punished or applauded as suits his pleasure. Are we wanting in proof for this allegation? Well, not much, for is he not already dictating to the sheriff's office what pugilistic fights can be pulled off in this city and county ? If Clancy's approval is on the proposition it goes, but, if Clancy says, "no," there is nothing doing. Is it the intention of the Union to either directly or indirectly assist a character like Frank Clancy into ...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 14 October 1904

The Seattle Republican Established May, 1894 H. R. Cayton... • Editor Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year ?2-00 Six Months 10° Three Months 60 Entered at the Postofflce at Seattle as Second class Mail Matter. WASHINGTON STATE REPUBLICAN TICKET. Presidential Electors Samuel G. Cosgrove Garfield County L. B. Nash Spokane County George W. Bassettt Adams County H D. Crow Spokane County Al. J. Munson Mason County Representatives in Congress William E. Humphrey King County Wesley L. Jones Yakima County Francis W. Cushman Pierce County Justices Supreme Court Mark A. Fullerton Whitman County Frank H. Rudkin Yakima County Governor Albert E. Mead Whatcom County Lieutenant Governor Charles E. Coon Jefferson County Secretary of State Sam H. Nichols Snohomish County State Treasurer George G. Mills Thurston County State Auditor C. W. Clausen. Kitsap County Attorney General John D. Atkinson Chelan County Commissioner Public Lands y W. Ross Cowlitz County Superintendent Publi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 14 October 1904

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1904. THEY ARE ONLY "NIGGERS" IN THE SOUTH. A Reminder of Inferiority—Other Such Reminders—The Bugbear of Social Equality The President and the Southern Dogs. Massachusetts and the Penitentiary for Blacks. (Written by Clifton Johnson for the Springfield Republican.) One of the oddest impressions that a northern person gets in the South is that there are no colored people or Negroes there, but only "niggers." The term is recognized as opprobrious. It is like calling an Irishman a "paddy," an Italian a "dago," or a farmer a "hayseed." It is equivalent to a kick, yet there is a superstition that it is not only the Negroes' due, but that it is necessary to administer these verbal kicks in order to avoid the possibility,of their forgetting their infer iority. Besides, it is affirmed that the Negroes will not work unless one is rough and vigorous with them. "If you want anything done, you must say, 'Come here, nigger!" Why,, if you was to say, 'Come here, Mr. Jones,' t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 14 October 1904

it was everything to him. He concluded to die in its defense, and he bought two revolvers, and let it be known that, though he expected death, he proposed to do some shooting first. His courage had a salu tary effect, 'and the lynchers concluded, on cooler thought, to let him alone. I do not wish to infer that sympathy is entirely lacking between southern whites and blacks. In most ways there is no friction, and as a rule the whites are considerate and kindly. They help generously any reputable Negro in misfortune, they contribute as a matter of course when a subscription paper goes around for the benefit of the colored church, and they will tell you, "There's heap o' good nig gers," though taking care to add, "and there's a lot o' darn fool nig gers, too." They remember with gratitude that during the war when the white men were all in the army, the blacks stayed on the plantations and did their accustomed work. "Had they been whites they would have had a carnival of murder and robb...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 14 October 1904

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1904. m H PERSONAL. Rev. F. T. Walker is attending the Coast Baptist Association in California at present. Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Burdett left Seattle last Friday to spend the winter on their ranch in Klickitat county. Rev. S. S. Freeman is in Califor nia on business in connection with the Eastern Star lodge. Mrs. Cornelia Gibson wishes to thank those who showed kindness to her during the illness of her late son. The Unique Club has organized for the winter and the entertain ment committee is planning many unque things for the season. DEVREAUX GIBSON DEAD. After an illness lasting some thing like ten months Devreaux Gibson, only son of Mrs. C. Gibson, died at his mother's residence last Friday afternoon. The young fel low was just in his sixteenth year and his death was a sad blow to his mother and relatives as well as to his many friends. He was buried last Tuesday afternoon and the funeral services were conducted by Rev. Nichols of Everett. ROSLYN NOTES. Mr. J. E....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 14 October 1904

AFRO-AMERICANISM. "The Negroes of this country now have ten savings banks, of- which only two are in the South. They own $499,000.00 worth of farms and farm produce, and $700,000,000 worth of property. Do you know, Mr. Presi dent, that the Negro produces $172, --127,000 worth of cotton per year? Do you know that he produces tobacco to the value of $5,756,357 per year? Do you know sir, that he produces each year wheat to the value of $4, --149,939; oats to the value of $40,356; rye valued $315,926; sweet potatoes to the value of $2,692,939, and corn to the value of $46,687,493? Do you know, sir, that the total annual prod ucts of the Negro excluding rice, hay and buckwheat amount to $232,337, --515.89?" —Extract from speech of John Mitchell, Jr., before Bankers' convention. The National Medical Association dentists will hold its annual session in Lexington, Oct. 11, 12 and 13. The local committee is making great prep aration for the reception and enter tainment of the large number of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 28 October 1904

SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. XL NO. 21 WILL REPUBLICANS GIVE DEMOCRATS THE BIG STICK Republicans who think of voting for George Turner, the Democratic candidate for governor because forsooth they were not delegates to the state convention or because this or that candidate on the ticket is personally objectionable to them or because some one high in the coun cils of the party they dislike, seem to overlook the fact they are put ting into the hands of the Democrats the patronage that will eventually make the Republican party the minority party in this state. The pat ronage of the governor is enormous and if you elect a Democratic gov ernor you will soon discover that very few Republicans will be reward ed for for their work. The fat positions will be given to your political enemies and your only reward will be the overthrow of your own party. If you intend to vote for a Democrat it would be far better for you to declare your intention in future of affiliating with the Democratic party. You...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 28 October 1904

The Annual Report of Tuskeg'ee Institute The Principal of Tuskegee Institute has given out a report for the last school year, as he says, an account of their stewardship and it is not only satisfactory to learn how the interests of the race have been guarded but the whole report teems with interesting facts and figures while fo those who have the success of the rac at heart as for those who are not so kind ly disposed there is wholesome food fo thought. A few items taken from the repor, follow: During the past year 150 students enrolled in all of the depar merits. Thirty-six states and territories wer represented. Quite a number were fro Africa, the Bahama Islands, Centr America, Cuba, Hayti, Porto Rico, Trin dad, Jamaica and Barbadoes. There ar 163 buildings in the school communit There is quite a desire to purchase home near the school is increasing. Land nea by the school has advanced from $10 t $500 an acre. At the close of the year about 525 youn men left the school for vacatio...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 28 October 1904

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1904. WAR VERSUS ARBITRATION. War is not unlike a contagious disease, says one writer, for you can never tell where it will end. Such is the case in regards to the present Russo-Japanese conflict. Opinions as to the necessity for the present war, how ever are diversified: many believe as does Count Leo Tolstoy while still others share Henrick Ibsen's belief that conflicts between nations are useful and even necessary for the development of the human species be cause they sustain ideas of discipline, cour age, will and personal action. Higher chris tianized civilization pleads for no wars. Claiming that the actual conflict is not what settles questions after all the suffering it entails custom, however, has established the unwritten law that contending claims be tween nations must be the occasion of blood shed. In other words, many good men must give up their lives that their people may come into what they believe is their rightful heritage. Japan has made more pr...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 28 October 1904

The Seattle Republican Established May, 1894 H. R. Cayton Editor and Publisher Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year 52.00 Six Months 1.00 Three Months 60 Published every Friday at 214 Columbia St. Entered at the Postofnce at Seattle as Second- class Mail Matter. Driftwood, by one Lulu Vernor, in the Washington Standard, is real "poor white trash.' # # # Of all the consummate journalistic liars the Seattle Daily Times (Belzebub) does take the cake. # # # There are Moore boarders at the Hotel Washington than there has been for a good many moons before. # # # From the reported casualities in the Russo- Japanese Avar they have men to burn and if not they certainly have men to bury. # * # He who goes to dives for a time gets ex actly what he was looking for, when he is relieved of his cash and he's got no kick coining. #■ # # An airship has been successfully operated in St. Louis, and for once the sleepy old town was awaken from center to circumfer ence. # # # A vot...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 28 October 1904

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1904. CURBSTONE SKETCHES OF THE PASSING THRONG M. P. Stafford, a well known Seattle at torney, died very suddenly at Bellingham last Sunday. He was a law partner of Hon. J. H. Dawes and has been a resident of Seattle for a good many years. He was a brilliant news paper writer and had done a great deal of magazine work in connection with his legal profession. # # # Puget Sound has enjoyed some old fashion Eastern fall weather for the past ten days. October has about run its course and yet no rain. Remarkable year, this is. # # * Among the distinguished visitors of inter national repute that have visited Seattle for the past week was the Hon. H. L. Wilson, minister to Chili who is on a leave of absence from his post. Mr. Wilson lives in Spokane, but has been visiting with his brother, Sena tor John L. Wilson, owner of the Post-Intel ligencer. # # # The Great Northern tunnel workers have about met each other and it will only be a few more days before Seattle will ex...

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