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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 28 October 1904

POLITICAL POT=PIE It is well that the business men without regard to politics have become thoroughly aroused over Mead receiving a tremendous majority in King county, and have decided to work day and night from now until elec tion to bring about that end. King county is turly in a balance so far as the November election in this state is concerned, for unless she gives Mead such a majority as she can and such a majority as will absolutely assure his election, she (King county) can say fare well to every prospect of seeing a United States senator elected by the next legislature from Seattle. King county has it within her power to give Mead a 6000 majority vote, and the business men of Seattle can do more toward bringing that about than any other distinct class of voters. King county has the Republican votes with which the work of electing Mead can be accomplished, and, if she does not deliver the goods, it will be her everlasting loss. Those business men, who have set out to work for ...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 28 October 1904

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1904. 'Maker of Modern BHlBlly Clothes at Bf 11H1 Moderate flHHfln Prices." P^HP 1329 2nd Av. !■ At*eade Blk. WOODSON'S ROOMING HOUSE. Rooms by the Day, Week or Month, Permanent and Transient. Neatly Furnished Rooms. No. 1216 Rear Second Aye. Entrance from University St. Phone Red 9024. JOHN LINDH & CO. Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps, Suit Cases, Travel ing Bags, etc. 1432 Second Aye., near Pike St. Seattle, Wash. Go to a respectable place to borrow money on diamonds, jewelry and watches. Low raios. Private offices and all business strictly confidential. American Watch and Jewelry Co., 908 First Aye., opp. Rainier Grand Hotel. We enlarge photos. We make pic ture frames. John Nogleberg, 1907 First avenue. Both phones. CLAUSSEN BREWING ASSOCIA TION, Brewers of Tannhaueser and bal-ator Beer, Seattle, U. S. A. Phone Main 1088, Ind. 1088. THE BANK OF ELLENSBURG, Ellensburg, Wash., Solicits Your Business. E. H. Snowden, Pres., P. H. W. Ross, Ca...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 28 October 1904

Editor Tacoma Daily News: We read in nearly all the newspapers of the great and sanguinary battles lately fought in Manchuria, the one near the Shakhe river, and the other near Liao Yang. These were great battles, on account of the large numbers engage", which made them great, but were uioy sanguinary? This term can only be understood by comparison: two men may fight and one butcher the other; that makes the fight sanguinary, but if a hundred were engaged and only one man killed, although It hurt tne man just as bad as in the first in stance where there were only two en gaged and one killed the other, yet it would not be considered sanguinary, so the only way for one to reach a conclusion as to the term "sanguin ary" is to make some comparison ■•. and it is for the purpose of making -i few comparisons that I write this ar ticle. At the first encounter between tluo Japanese and Russians on the Shakhe river, according to the best a>>■'. »;m *t reliable reports, the Russians had ...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 November 1904

SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. XI. NO. 23 THE ELECTION Another quadrennial election is now Unit ed States history, and for the law and order party, the peace and prosperity party, the America for Americans party, the grand old Republican Party a more signal victory has never before been registered. The Repub lican Party asked a verdict at the hands of the people of this country last Tuesday on • two very pronounced issues. First, Because they found the industries of the country in a most wretched condition eight years ago and had so piloted the old ship of state that the whole country was then in an industrial whirl, and that of course meant peace, pros perity and happiness in every nook and cor ner of the United States fOr her citizens, which of itself was sufficient to bring about a no less decisive victory for the Republicans than the one registered at the poles last Tuesday for president and vice president of the United States. Secondly, Because they had nominated a man as their standa...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 November 1904

A LIST OF MEMBERS ELECT OF THE NEXT LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON 1. Okanogan, Ferry and Douglas, Dr. J. I. Pogue, R., Alma. 2. Stevens, M. F. Stansell (h), R., Rice. 3. Spokane, Dr. C. G. Brown, R., Spokane. 4. Spokane, Walker A. Henry, R., Spokane. 5. Spokane, E. C. Bratt, R., Plaza. G. Spokane. Will G. Graves (h). D., Spokane. 7. Spokane, Huber Rasher (h), D., Spokane. 8. Whitman, G. B. Wilson (h), R., Pullman. 9. Whitman, H. M. Boone, R., Palouse. 10. Asotin, S. S. Russell, R., Pomeroy. 11. Adams, C. T. Hutson, R., Connell. 12. Walla Walla, Fred M. Pauly, R., Walla Walla. 13. Kittitas and Chelan, J. P. Sharp, R., Ellensburg. 14. Lincoln, Geo. A. Kennedy, R., Odessa. 15. Yakima, Walter J. Reed, R., North Yakima. IG. Klickitat and Skamania, Geo. H. Baker (h), R., Goldendale. 17. Clarke, E. M. Rands, R., Vancouver. 18. Cowlits, A. L. Watson, R., Kalama. 19. Wahkiakum and Pacific, John T. Welsh (h), R., South Bend. 20. Lewis, J. A. Veness, R., Chehalis. 21. Chehalis, J. R. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 November 1904

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1904. POLITICAL POT=PIE Saw it in the Times? Damn lie. "I told you so." # # # The Boxers got against the buzz saw be fore they knew it. * * * "Sheriff Clancy" stands an excellent show of losing his official badge next January. # * # The Teddy and Turner stunt worked all right for Teddy, but played hell with Turner. # * # Chairman Palmer does not proclaim to be a very brilliant talker, but the returns show him to be a great political worker. # # # The Seattle Republican does not have to blush when it says at this time, "I told you so,' 'in reference to the late election. # # * Blethen, Godwin, Tom Church and the Boxers will go down in history as the noted political prevaricators of Puget Sound. # # # Let the South be good or she will be con fronted with the same kind of doctors that administered to her needs from 1861 to 1865. # # * Being a most excellent Baker there is no reason why "Old Charlie" does not roast the Belzebub to a queen's brown for the next four y...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 November 1904

The Seattle Republican Established May, 1894 H. R. Cayton Editor and Publisher Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $2.00 Six Months 1.00 Three Months 60 Published every Friday at 214 Columbia St. Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second- class Mail Matter. BE FAIR TO ALL MEN. Two men committeed a crime in a Colo rado mining town, and because the offenders were Negroes the whites of the community came tog-ether and ordered every Negro liv ing in the county to leave between suns. How utterly, utterly ridiculous to prescribe a whole race of people because two of their number proved to be criminals. Suppose the people of this community would come to gether and order every publisher in the county to get up and go out between suns because the Daily Times blackmails, the business men and prints criminal articles about them. Would it not be inconsistent, unjust and, in fact, a worse crime than the one committed by the Times? The commit ting of crime on the part ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 November 1904

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1904. A^^&^wr JH * BLETHEN UNDER ARREST. T^e arrest of Alden J. Blethen, editor in chief of the Seattle Daily Times, for publish ing a criminal libel against F. F. French, was the caping climax of one of the nastiest jour nalistic campaigns ever made by a Demo cratic organ in the United States against Re publican nominees for no other motive than Democrats to be elected instead of Republi cans. Remembering as we do each issue of the Times since it first opened its campaign it hardly seems possible for a man, who op erates a large daily paper for the benefit of the superior race of the world to become so mentally depraved to stoop to such bar barious practices. It does not seem possible that the people of a community would stand it for a minute. When we think about it all it occurs to us that HONOR is no longer an United States corner storne, and to attack a man who is a candidate for office though such nominee has lived a perfect life with language too vile ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 November 1904

indeed, that after working 15 years as an employee of the Seattle Lumber Company, John Banholtter should meet such a horrible fate. lie was 50 years of age and unmar ried. He was well liked, but as far as can be learned had no relatives in the coun try. Remembering his age and expertness at his business, one might at first wonder at his indireoretion in attempting to oil the machinery without stopping the whirling belts, but in most cases it is the expert who is injured rather than the novice, for the knowledge of his inability renders the lat ter very cautious. TO ADVERTISE SEATTLE. The management of the Michigan & South ern Railway has sent a request to the cham ber of commerce for a photograph of Seat tle's water front. The reproduction of the photograph is to be used in a folder to be issued by the railway generally on all the branches of the system. The request carries its encouragement with it and from a stand point of advertisement will redound in much good to the Queen C...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 November 1904

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1904. WHHHHH "Maker of m\ Modern HI il Clothes mm H a^ B 1:4 Moderate ft 1H Prices." I'M WK£% I;P|:' 1329 2nd AY. Arcade Blk. GAS AT ONE DOLLAR PER THOUSAND CUBIC FEET FOR FUEL AND LIGHT, IS WITHOUT A COMPETITOR, IN POINT OF ECONOMY, CONVENIENCE AND COMFORT. Do You Cook With Gas? The housewife's work is done in comfort since Gas has been introduced as a fuel into the home. \ Gas Heaters —Gasteam Radiators —Gas Ranges—Water j Heaters and other gas appliances at cost. j Do You Light With Gas? | GAS LIGHT IS THE NEAREST APPROACH TO SUNLIGHT. SEATTLE LIGHTING COMPANY j 216 CHERRY STREET. Sunset, Exchange 27; Independent, 75. NOTES. Rev. W. T. Walker has returned from Hanford, Cal., where the Bap tist Coats Convention held a num ber of interesting sessions. After the close of the convention Mr. Walker visited many California cit ies and was much pleased with the visible prosperity of the colored in habitants in all of them. ) "There are a great many Negroes in Cal if...

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

The Magazine Club held its usual meeting on October 28. It was well attended and the papers read of great interest. The next meeting will be on Tuesday evening, Novem ber 8, at the home of Mrs. Aurora Grose, 515 James street. Following are a few thoughts gleaned from one of the subjects discussed: Barthodli, the Sculptor. It can not but call to mind the immortality of man when Auguste Bartholdi, the great sculptor, lays down his well used chisle and ham mer to answer the summons to an other world. At the time living in Paris, he had reached the age of 70, yet at this advanced period, when science is teaching us so well how to live and the age limit is gradually advancing, he was not an old man. Among his wonderful creations, the Lion of Belfast and the Liberty illuminating the world stand foremost. The list of the works of Barthodli is considerable, but the Statue of Liberty, which France gave to the United States as a souvenir of the proclamation of American independence, which als...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 18 November 1904

SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. XL NO. 24 King County And The United States Senatorship Fight In political circles, and especially Republican, the senatorial elec tion by the next legislature promises to furnish just as much excite ment as did the late general election for state officials, and already I J i VJ HB jfjß Wff Thomas Burke. game that they are real live candidates, but feelers have been thrown out by their friends to see how the politicians would take to them, and the would-be senators are holding their ears to the ground to detect the first comment in their favor. The next legislature will contain 136 members, and of that number 128 are Republicans, and, of course, it wlil require 65 to nominate in caucus and 69 to elect on joint ballot of the legislature. Had there been not to exceed 90 Republican members in the legislature there would not have been so many prsons with the senatorial bee in their bonnets, but the large number of members al lows most all of the candidates a resp...

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

POLITICAL POT=PIE It was for Judge Boyd J. Tallman, one of the five Republican candidates for the su perior bench in this county to receive the m ft m. Boyd J. Tallman. highest plurality of any other candi date on the local ticket, he having received 12,017. Judge Tallman has served the state in the capacity of superior court judge for the past four years, and it must be a personal gratification to him to learn from the people themselves that his efforts along the lines of his duty met their approval to the extent of them giving him more votes than any of the other gentlemen, who were elected and who have done duty during the same time that he has. Prior to the election for some reason it was whispered that Judge Tallman was going to be cut, but evidently it was a case of a huge political joke. Speaking 1 about politics, the vote at the late election for the Republican nominees al most astonished the candidates as much as it did the opposition for the candidates them selves did not ...

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

Friday, Nov. 19, 1904. AUTOMOBILE NOTES. (Scientific American.) The first practical demonstration of what an automobile can do, if fitted with stell flanged Avheels, and run on a railroad track, was made recently by Mr. Charles J. Glidden, of Boston, Mass. Mr. Glidden is on an auto tour of the world, in the course of which he has already covered over 20,000 miles, or about one-half the distance which he intends to cover in all during several months of the next three years. In the course of this trip he found it necessary to cross the American continent. The first 1733 miles of this dis tance were traversed over the roads at an average speed of 18.13 miles an hour, while the second stage of 1800 miles, from Minne apolis, Minn., to Vancouver, was run over the rails of the Canadian Pacific Railway. The 24-horse power Napier car which Mr. Glidden drives was run as a special, and was in charge of a conductor all the way. The 1800 miles were traversed in 60 hours' running time, and the Gl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 18 November 1904

The Seattle Republican Established M«y, 189 + H. R. Cayton Editor and Publisher Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year 52.00 Six Months 100 Three Mouths 60 Published every Friday at 214 Columbia St. Entered at the Postofflce at Seattle as Second- class Mail Matter. Sunday Welcome's Bad Break. The colored editor of the Seattle Repub lican takes exception to an article in this pa per several weeks ago, relative to a colored man following a white woman. In the arti cle it was stated that those present in the court room at the time the man was tried and convicted were of the opinion that the fellow needed lynching. The editor of the Repub lican asks what would have happened if a white man had followed a colored woman. He would like to know if the same people would have desired the white man lynched. This paper is of the opinion that if a white man would become so low and vile as to fol low a colored woman about he should not be lynched. He should be subjected to all ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 18 November 1904

Friday Nov. 18, 1904. CURBSTONE SKETCHES O F THE PASSING THRONG (Susie Revels Cay ton.) Curfew Will Ring Tonight. A curfew order has been issued by Mayor Ballanger instructing the police to arrest and prosecute all under age of 16 who are found on the streets after 9 o'clock in the eve ning. The order is hailed with joy through out the city. Children should be at home at the time specified, and if their parents lack the power to have them stay there, it is well for the police to interfere. There are in vari ous sections of the town, boys who gather almost nightly on certain corners and make night hedious. It is said that a very unpop ular individual (if he may be called by such a term) always fills the minds and hands of the idle, and that may account for some of the windows and similar disturbances recent ly reported to the police. All violators of the order are to be taken into cutody and escort ed home the first time they are caught out after hours; the second time they will be a...

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

Seattle's Summer Resort. Many of the poorer people can not but re gret, perhaps from a selfish standpoint, that Al-Ki Point and contiguous territory beyond West Seattle will for the next ten years, and perhaps longer, be entirely controlled by an improvement company organized in this city of local men. For years this territory has been the summer home of hundreds of camp ers and pleasure seekers, who, by paying very small or no rent, were able to enjoy a healthful summer outing, with salt water baths and fresh air unlimited. Many of these will doubtless regret the change which will on account of their finance compel them to seek less desirable spots upon which to pitch their tents. On the other hand, the company organized propose to make the resort com pare favorably with the finest summer re sorts in the country. The sanitary condi tions will be cared for, a thing neglected heretofore. There will be fine hotels and a systematically drained and graded "tent city" established. Seattl...

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

Friday Nov. 18, 1904. Herald afIBBBB "Maker of Modern wBIKIB^ Clothes IHbBB at Moderate Prices." V^^^B^ 1329 2nd Ay. Arcade Blk. Smitb $ Dancing Academy Where all the latest dances are taught. Special attention given to beginners. Meets every Tuesday and Friday Evenings. Union Labor Hall, 2nd and Pike S. G. SMITH, Prop. We are Selling 20-year Gold Filled Elgin or Waltham Watches this month for $12.00, and Ladies' Watches from $12.50 up. Lowest prices for good, hon est watches ever offered. HOUGHTON & HUNTER, Jewelers, 704 First Aye., Seattle. Get LORRAINE'S High Grade Tea A Coffee We make a Specialty of Good Drink Goods. Spices of all kinds. 1211 E. Madison St. Phone Red 406, L 8108. Want A Home? If you want a home in either the City or the Coun try, you can get an excel lent bargain on Easy Terms at the Gilson Investment Co. 73 - 74 Sullivan Block THE BANK OF ELLENSBURG, Ellensburg, Wash., Solicits Your Business. E. H. Snowden, Pres., P. H. W. Ross, Cashier. We enlarge photos. ...

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

RACE PROGRESS. The time is past when the only career of life open to the Negro is to pick cotton, make up berths in a Pullman car, or wait on a table. The study of the Negro population of the United States recently published by the census bureau discusses some facts that show very clearly that the colored race is steadily developing a complete social and industrial system of its own. There is hardly any branch of industry in which Negroes are unrepresented, and that statement includes the women as well as the men. A large city could be formed with out a single white man in it and yet lack for no trade or profession. There are 21,258 Negro teachers and college professors in the United States, and 16,530 clergymen. The Negroes could finance a railroad through their eighty two bankers and brokers, lay it out with their 120 civil engineers and sur veys condemn the right-of-way with their 729 lawyers, make the rails with their 12,327 iron and steel workers, build the road with their 545,...

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

SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. XI. NO. 26 POLITICAL POT=PIE It is very generally believed among East ern Washington politicians that a complete understanding and agreement have been en tered into by and between Senator Addison G. Foster and Candidate Sweeny to the ex tent that if one can not be elected he is to throw his strength to the other. It is also con ceded that Foster will have thirty-four (34) votes to his credit to start out with, who will stay by him as long as there is any show of his election, but where those votes will go if his election becomes impossible is the ques tion that is seriously troubling the other can didates. It is further conceded that Charles Sweeny, the Spokane candidate, will have twelve votes from the very outset as a work ing nucleus, and conservative politicians say there will be at least twenty votes that can be influenced by money as to how they vote for senator, which vote will sooner or later land in Sweeny's box. Now, if there is an understanding bet...

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