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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 November 1904

down the line. Since the Seattle Electric Company, has existed in Seattle the people certainly have realized in-the fullest extent how- much (that company has the city's interest at heart and how far out of ifHoway it would tgo to keep, the city from doing a foolish thing, and especially if the Seattle Electric Company is to lose a cent by so doingt. If the Electric Company suc ceeds in defeating the bond issue, it will have taken a club and mauled to death a Seattle necessity, and one that that company at tempted years ago to kill when it was in its incipieney. The former method pursued by the company was to openly fight the proposi tion, but its tactics at this election are to have as little said about it as possible that a spirit of apathy be created and those most interested in the plant will stay away from the polls by neglect and yet their friends will vote late and early against it, and the fatal work will have been accomplished. It can be said without fear of successful cont...

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. — 25 November 1904

FRIDAY, NOV. 25, 1904. LOCAL PERSONALS. Married—Miss Sarah DeVine and Mr. H. J. Granby, November 2nd, at the Metropoli tan Methodist Church, Vancouver, B. C, Rev. George B. K. Adams officiating. The Republican offers congratulations to Mr. Granby and much happiness for the bride, who has been a resident of Seattle for a num ber of years and a steady subscriber of this paper. Mr. Granby has taken from our city a very estimable young lady—a gain for Vancouver. Mrs. Granby wishes the Repub lican still sent to her at her new address, 474 Alexandra street, Vancouver, B. C. # # * Quite a few Seattleites attended the Odd Fellows' ball in Tacoma last Wednesday evening. They report a pleasant time, which ran high up in the small hours. Seattle so ciety should do something to return the com pliment by inviting the Tacoma people over who, by the way, have the reputation of be ing elegant dancers. # # # Long ago when our forefathers had little chance to go to school and learn of higher means of...

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. — 25 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 100 Three Months -60 Published every Friday at 214 Columbia St. Entered at the Postofflce at Seattle as Second- class Mail Matter. New York City department stores say they have lost over $500,000 during the past year from shoplifting, and some people still insist honesty is the best policy. Safe and sane Democracy having fared no better at the polls than damphool Democ racy, the latter can now jog on in the even tenor of its way, voting for Andy Jackson and sesh. And now the original Roosevelt man is to the front in the personnel of John A. Rhea of Olympia. Name your job quickly, that the president can get at something else more important. It's up to the commonwealth of this city to explain the difference between Democracy and Independent Democracy. Both of them support the Democratic ticket even with the proverbial yellow dog the...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 November 1904

FRIDAY, NOV. 25, 1904. CURBSTONE SKETCHES OF THE PASSING THRONG Registration Closed. Registration for the school election closed last Tuesday and the woman vote was small to what had been expected. So many ladies were l¥^.rd expressing regrets on election day that they could not wear that deep look of anxious concern which was so plainly discernible on the faces of the Seattle gentlemen that it was a surprise to find so few had used what rights they did have in the voting line. The manner in which some women registered is quite amusing. "What ward are you in?" asks business-like woman clerk. "I don't know what," comes the quiet response. After answering at some other questions she signs her name in two places. 'You know the oath, I suppose," says the clerk. "No, what is it?" asks the anxious registerer. It is then re peated to her and she takes it. As she gathers up her skirts, for of course it is raining outside, she smiles sweetly at the clerk and says: "Will you please tell me wh...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 November 1904

FRIDAY, NOV. 25, 1904. Lower House of Congress, has been read twice in the Senate and is now before the Senate Committee on Territories, of which Senator Albert J. Beveridge is Chairman, and the following named Senators are also members: William P. Dillingham, Knute Nelson, Thomas R. Bard, Henry B. Burnham, John Kean, William B. Bate, Thomas M. Patterson, James F. Clarke and Francis G. New lands. Now is the time to amend, while the bill is in Committee . The portion of the bill threatening injustice to the women in the proposed new States is found in Paragraphs 5 of Sections 3 and 21, which would alloys these- States, when organized, to disfranchise minors, criminals, lunatics, non residents, ignoramuses and women. This part of the bill reads as follows: "Fifth—That said State shall never enact any law restricting or abridging the right of suffrage on account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude, or on account of any other conditions or qualifications, save and except ...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 November 1904

FRIDAY, NOV. 25, 1904. hHrHhR "Maker of Modern ■ 11 Clothes If§1Bfl(| at fll 19a Moderate ■ f |^^K. Prices." * * 1329 2nd Ay. Arcade Blk. Smith's Dancing Hcademy 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 fbr $12:0©! and Ladles' 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 & 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. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 November 1904

JEFFERSON ON THE "RACE ISSUE'" Among the Negroes who have at tained distinction in this country was Benjamin Banneker, a native of Mary land, who was born in 1731, his father and grandfather being native Africans. He attended a private school in Mary land which admitted several colored children along with whites. While his early educational advantages were scanty, he proved his capacity both for acquiring knowledge and making a practical application of his acquire ments. Banneker was the first Amer ican to construct a clock to strike the hours. This he did with crude tools and nothing but a watch for a model, having never seen a clock. Through the kindness of a Mr. Elliott, a gentle man of taste and cultivation, Banneker gained access to a fine private library, and among other subjects took up the study of astronomy. Gaining consider able proficiency in this branch of study, Banneker constructed an alma nac adapted to the local requirements of Pennsylvania, Maryland and Vir ginia. T...

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

SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. XI. NO. 27 POLITICAL POT-PIE Some one .seems to Im Laboring Under a great political dehwion, which m to the el feet tii.it the Hon. John L. WTiboo m leeking the United .stales lenatorahip a.s a Kiny coiijii.v candidate, Neither Mr. WUton nor hi* friend* are atskj/j^ anything tram King county, and they arc eettainJjr not trying to bring any influence on any one of the King county member* to (<aHt their vote Car him or to a<-t Juke warm in any reapeel to the candidacy of the Hon. 8- iJ- PBe«. Jt seemi, therefore, for BeattLei^es to begin to nnnrcrMnrjly abase Mr. Wilson became he does not step aside in the interest of Mr. Pile* is puerile and foolilh, and is a xwy poor way to get outside help for their sena torial candidate. Mr. Wilson has strength outside of King county, but it is not record ed that he can throw that strength to any one else, and it is not recorded that he can hold it for himself very long, if this abuse from King county is continued. It...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 2 December 1904

SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. XL NO. 27 POLITICAL POT=PIE Some one seems to be laboring under a great political delusion, which is to the ef fect that the Hon. John L. Wilson is seeking the United States senatorship as a King county candidate. Neither Mr. Wilson nor his friends are asking anything from King county, and they are certainly not trying to bring any influence on any one of the King county members to cast their vote for him or to act hike warm in any respect to the candidacy of the Hon. S. H. Piles. It seems, therefore, for Seattlei^es to begin to unnecessarily abuse Mr. Wilson because he does not step aside in the interest of Mr. Piles is puerile and foolish, and is a very poor way to get outside help for their sena torial candidate. Mr. Wilson has strength outside of King county, but it is not record ed that he can throw that strength to any one else, and it is not recorded that he can hold it for himself very long, if this abuse from King county is continued. It begins to lo...

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

The Seattle Republican Established May, 189 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. Seattle seems to be getting Moore plans for a City Hall than she had figured on. # # * Davenport, this state, suffered a Big Bend in its banking affairs the other day, and her depositors are now sorry they had a bank account. # # « The South, it is claimed, is good and tired of receiving its political orders from New York, and win or lose in the future she is making preparations to go it alone. * # # That the struggle at Port Arthur is a death one is plain to be seen, and it does not require big bold headlines in the daily pa pers to acquaint the public of that fact. # # # "Roosevelt's Future" is a local newspap per headline. That ought not to worry you, neighbor, a tenth as much as your own fu ture, whi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 2 December 1904

FRIDAY, DEC. 2, 1904. LOCAL NOTES S. E. Company Kicks. The municipal lighting plant has been test ed and found not wanting and already its usefulness to the city is bearing fruit, espe cially in the resident portion of the city, as the present Seattle Electric Company rate is to be cut in two by the Seattle-Tacoma Power Company. If you had any doubt in your mind as to the advisibility of voting the bonds for the municipal lighting plant this cut move on the part of the electric compan ies already operating in the city, as soon as the city's plant is an assured success, that should no longer trouble you and you should not only vote yourself, but seek to get all of your acquaintances to also vote for those bonds. As was pointed out last week in these columns, the Seattle Electric Com pany, which has. been robbing the residents of this city for years by charging exhorbi tant rates for its power, to defeat the vali dating of the bonds by creating a spirit of apathy among the voters. Do ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 2 December 1904

The "Seattle Spirit" RATS; Put Your Money in TIDE FLATS! Hang This Map on Your Wall for Reference /am ' ' 111 1 I/It t < ~3t SoSoSSSooSSSSS £ __„ __^^a 5 s<t. iJi3<J 4 ra g t) \io v'^io *^ 361 'filial 314 3' 9 I || I? 97 296 275 2! ; a 25 3 12AO I I (l .' I 11 \j^J%J I 1 EeIAWLE! I*ll II If T \jv__ . Contours shous e/evoCior7_o6oye_Crfu/ Datum. |b J * SS kS< OWNER OF 50 TIDE-LAND LOTS gjl|l II CT . HAI 1...ER BLOCK. N3 805-2^ AYE. PnoriLt or co-Hic-ncur, LoMDdt ahd Hoqate St, showinc approximate appkoacmes to oitirMEAO crossing of G«eat Northern aho Northern P/»cinc Railroads, amo H.H Dearborn's p<topositiom ron continuation of overhead roacovavs -to BCACON Hill. THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN FRIDAY, DEC. 2, 1904.

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 2 December 1904

FRIDAY, DEC. 2, 1904. k , \%J [ih H A I*^ VJ A & J/n. Hr— JSI 111 I Ij^-- w/vff, 3 Mgr*U gZIffP nnn [4^mMM\^^^d cHdDD[ \^ "~ ~™™freJ\Ti^jwp^^'^PWt^^ =_H«»»K [ MOOSE ' ( J^> ju s* s>^' f ■» Cd-~_ II Z_ . *«*»/ /*« a* H^^jH^3 >^ /X __^, u JMy£-?>T-irgsi°j>-°t jyy^ir-yjy- _I—°j* fbci<"t wusc_ «j^AJvvvij^ I nLi I j I / \^ SfflSeq »/ Mi 4k iL LJ fe~ rT}\ _} -g? u|UlbJfe| r _^J-^^t y<—■3>- '~-::>7' J^i r Oi ' /^ • U) J v. / s i r& |.# THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN "FRENZIED FINANCE" As Applied to Seattle Realty The Great Northern Railway Co* Have Invested $ 1,500,000 in Tide Lands, South of King Street, which are Now Worth Over Fifteen Million Dollars, Based on Near-by Sales; Why Not Invest in Tide Lands; They are Advancing over 50 Per Cent Annually?

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 2 December 1904

NEGROES SHOULD BE SEGREGATED. By Rev. J. E. Kirby, President Atlanta (G».) Theological Seminary. We hear constantly that two races can oc cupy the same territory and mutually sus tain themselves. But that is not the lesson of history. Three things have happened when races have come together. If there has been little difference in temperament, color of skin and aspirations, amalgamation has taken place. This is one solution. If one is greatly inferior in civilization and the dis parity in color of skin is marked, it has re sulted in the destruction .of the weaker. The bow and arrow have never been the match of the shotgun. And the third solution is separation. The Christian thing to do is to separate the races if you would save the Negro. I do not advocate deportation to Africa, but I do think that the masses of the Negroes could be segregated in some specified area to the mutual advantage of all concerned. The,government of the United States could set apart by purchase an area of te...

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

FRIDAY, DEC. 2, 1904. Theatrical Notes The four big new features in this sea son's Greater Black Patti Troubadours' performance are "Looney Dreamland," a musical skit on Luna Park and Dream land, Coney Island; "Pastimes on the Plantation," an exquisite and realistic exposition of the plantation scenes, dances and sayings of the genuine darkey, an imposing spectacle, the "Glory of the Fair," typefying the mag nificence of the St. Louis Fair and the "Offenbach Review" and kaleidoscope of the fascinating Parisian melodies select ed from the Grand Duchess, La Parihole, Geneive de Brabaut, Girrofle Girrofla, and other standard opera bouffes, by the great Offenbach. Black Patti and a quartet of accom plished people, assisted by the pretty "Dixie Chorus" of 40 voices, will give voice to the singing and standard opera features. Among the vocal solos, duets, quartets, and ensembles that Madame Sissieretta Jones, the Black Patti (rec ognized as the greatest singer of her race), are a beautifu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 2 December 1904

PERSONALS. Mrs. Fanny Stevenson of Cle-Elum spent a few days in the city this week. Mr. J. E. Shepperson of Roslyn has been doing business in Seattle the most of the past week. Mr. and Mrs. James Allen contem plate moving to their ranch at, Mab ton, Wash., early in December. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Anderson do not ex pect to move until some time in Feb ruary. The two ranches are but one mile apart. The Magazine Club met with Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Tutt on last Tuesday evening. Much interest was taken in the subjects discussed. The host and hostess added much to the genial en joyment and instruction of the even ing, and it is the hope of all present that they attend the Tuesday even ing meetings regularly. Mrs. S. R. Cayton will entertain the club at its next meeting. Go to a respectable place to borrow money on diamonds, jewelry and watches. Low rates. Private offices and all business strictly confidential. American Watch and Jewelry Co., 908 First Are., opp. Rainier Grand Hotel. RUBBER BOOT...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 9 December 1904

SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. XI. NO. 28 POLITICAL POT=PIE AN APPEAL TO YOU. It is with difficulty that the average week ly newspaper exists at all, even when run by one among persons of his or her own blood but when conducted by one of a different blood than those who must be his patrons, and yet who fought his way through the sea of caste, and, despite considerable preju dice and mountains of apathy, has succeed ed in issuing his paper regular every week, the task is all but superhuman. Such is the condition surrounding the issuing of The Seattle Republican, which has now been done without the loss of an issue for nearly eleven years. Its readers and patrons are among the best, the most influential and the most progressive citizens of this common wealth, and many of whom often speak in fulsome praise of its columns, but that said they immediately relapse into an apathetic state to its further concern as though that would pay its bills. Such is highly apprecia tive and certainly most ple...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 9 December 1904

PERSONAL. Mr. W. 11. Bryant of Bellingham spent sev eral days in the city attending the United States court. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Keeble of Tacoma have decided to cast their lot with the good people of the Queen City, and so have moved over, bag and baggage. Mr, Keeble will have charge of the barber shop in the Lincoln Flats. Judging from his past business rec ord, his success is assured. Miss Florence Bailey of South Park at tended the Magazine Club on last Tuesday evening and read a very instructive paper on "Our Libraries and What We Should Read." The club is reserving Miss Bailey's home till springtime, when the rains fall not and the mud is conspicuous by its absence. Mrs. Brice Taylor, who has been a resi dent of Seattle for five or six years, suc cumbed to a chronic disease at her home on Twentieth avenue Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Taylor has been confined to her bed for some time before the end came. She was buried from the A. M. E. Church Thursday after noon. On last Tuesday a w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 9 December 1904

FRIDAY, DEC. 9, 1904. BUILDING AND REALTY. The past week has been one of un usual activity in building and realty circles. The transfer of property was especially marked in that in nearly every case the sale was made for a large sum of money. Eastern capital ists look upon Seattle real estate with great favor and very often supply the capital with which these purchases are made, when they do not personally figure in the transactions. Residents of Seattle with money to invest at once turn to real estate as the best and most advantageous investment. That Seattle has not in the least slackened in its growth needs no stronger evidence than this very marked activity in realty circles. Another interesting phase of activ ity in real estate transfers is found in the direction in which a majority of these sales indicate Seattle's business section to be extending. Pike street will before long have business blocks which in every way compare with those of Second and First avenues. It has been a...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 9 December 1904

The Seattle Republican Established May, 189 H. R. Cayton Editor and Publisher Susie Revels CayUn 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. Dear Sir:—lf your subscription to The Seattle Republican is due you are herewith solicited to remit for the same as soon as is convenient. We heartily thank you for your kind words as to our ability to run a. readable paper, but our bills are past due and we have not been able, as yet, to hypho cate 'kind words" for their liquidation. Thanking you in advance for the remittance, We are very truly THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN. Once more the National capital is all a flutter: Congress is in session. * # * As yet Adams has not been accused of abusing a dead man, but we surmise it is be cause he is afraid of spokes. * * * The people of this city have said "Let there be light" and there will be, and it will not take...

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