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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 13 January 1905

FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1905. Race Gleanings From Our Exchanges. The following is an extract from an article from the pen of W. R. Moten, of Tuscan, Ariz. The subject of his review was, "Is the Negro as a race doing the Pos-ma-la f'' "Some three years ago, while in conver sation with a prominent colored gentleman of Oakland, Cal., I was surprised to hear him say: ' The Negro as a race is doing the Pos ma-la, ' and as he spoke this he crouched him self in a contorted position, and by a sort of backward sortie, quite unknown in the science of calisthenics, he proceeded to il lustrate. "The ever vibrating sound of that ex pression has constantly goaded me, because existing evidence proves the assertion to be untrue. It takes but one glance behind us to bring positive proof that the Negro, both as an individual and as a race, is not retro gressing, but progressing—progressing at a pace hitherto unknown to a people, that the civilized world hesitates not to marvel. "From an intelligent stand...

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. — 13 January 1905

ATHLETIC AND SPORTING RE VIEW. Athletics has undergone such a re markable development the past half century that today an institution has almost as much thinkinfi to do in ar ranging the program on athletics as in revising and remodeling the curri culum. As a result of this fortunate evolution we find no part of the year lacking in the elements of good gym nastics. This is as it should be for with limp and placid muscles the brain refuses to respond to its full capacity corroborating the statement, with a sound body comes a sound mind. There was never a time when people were unmindful of their physical de velopment and history records their fall forthwith. Games and competitive sports and athletics have been abused and continue to be abused —a far fetched indication of most imperfec tions. We see autumn athletics give place to more concentrated indoor gymnastics, each kind having its place in shaping and we regret to say in some cases misshaping, the bodies of young Americans. At th...

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. — 13 January 1905

FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1905. Amusements WILLIAM COLLIER. "The Dictator," William Collier's latest farce success is announced for Thursday, Jan. 19th, for a three nights. engagement at the Grand, [t is by Richard Harding Davis, divided in three acts, produced un der the direct supervision of Charles Frohman, who now assumes the re sponsibility of Collier's Starring tours. The action of the piece takes place on the deck of the steamer olivia, lying in the harbor of Porto Banos, the Consulate of the United States. It is said to be a keen satire on the manners and customs of Central America and ex cruciatingly funny. MANTELLI OPERA COMPANY. At the Grand Sunday and Monday evening J. Saunders Gordon will present Mme. Mantelli, late prima donna of the Metropolitan Opera House, New York, in the garden and prison scenes from "Faust," and the second and fourth act of "Carmen." Each scene will be complete, magnifiicently costumed and presented with superb special scenery and electrical effects. T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 13 January 1905

IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR KING COUNTY. Samuel Lafromboise and L. C. Smith, Plaintiffs, vs. E. B. White and Jane Doe White, his wife, whose true Christian name is unknown, and all persona unknown, if any, having or claiming an interest or estate in and to the hereinafter described real property, Defendants. No. 31990. NOTICE OP SUMMONS. State of Washington to E. B. White and Jane Doe White, his wife, whose true Christian name is un known, who are the owners, or reput ed owners of, and all persons un known, claiming or having an inter est in and to the hereinafter described real property: You and each of you are hereby notified that the above named plain tiffs, Samuel Lafromboise and L». C. Smith, "are the holders of a delin quent tax certificate, No. B 6771, is sued by the treasurer of King county, Washington, embracing the following real property situated in King coun ty, Washington, and more particu larly described as follows, to-wit: Southwest quarter (%...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 January 1905

SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. XL NO. 34 Notwithstanding the fact that the legislature has been bal loting for a United States senator since last Tuesday, no one, judging from the votes case for the respective aspirants, cam possibly forecast the final outcome. Since the first day's skir mish no material change has been shown in the vote of either candidate and yet Foster, Piles and Wilson have each gained a vote. If the past senatorial contests in this state can be taken as a criterion the present one will be long drawn out and con siderable factional differences may spring up before it is set tled. It is the concensus of opinion among the lobby politicians that Senator Foster has reached high water mark. Had he re ceived 50 odd votes on the first ballot he might have success fully worked the "band wagon" tactics, but that is now im possible for the forces of the other candidates are of the "stand pat" kind so far as Foster is concerned and any change in his vote must and ivill be a decli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 January 1905

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 Postofflce at Seattle as Second- class Mail Matter. A DANGEROUS PRINTERS' TRUST. The Printers' Combine, which has secured the contract for doing the printing for the legislature, is systematically taking from the state thousands of dollars, for which she does not get value received. The price the state is paying for the printing to the combine could be cut 50 per cent and then a hand some profit would be realized from the work. Unless the legislature makes arrangements to buy a plant and have it run as are her other institutions at least $50,000 a year will be niched from the state treasury over and above the actual cost of the work which it does, and a fair profit thereon by the print ing combine which now has its clutches about the financial throat of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 January 1905

FRIDAY, JANUARY 20. 1905. JUVENILE PRISONERS. La Petite Roquette, the French prison for juvenile offenders, has very remarkable school rooms. The system of this prison is solitary confinement. Each child is in a sep arate room or cell and the voice of the teacher is the only sound to be heard in the building. In 1901 there were 476 juvenile suicides in France, in 1840 there were 144. The system of their prisons for juveniles and the suppression of moral and religious instructions in the schools of France are being rather extensively discussed. The for mer praised while the latter is by some made responsible for the increase of juvenile de linquents, criminals and suicides. A POVERTY HUNTER. When the man who is jumping backwards to find enough money to meet his weekly obligations reads that Andy Carnegie's 1 do nations to libraries now amounts to $39,325, --240; he wonders what manner of man this Carnegie is after all. JOHN P. HARTMAN. The University of Washington is to be congratula...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 January 1905

POLITICAL. Continued From Page One ployes over what they were two years ago, for Baker said something. # # # That senatorial-employe episode in the sen ate reminds the Pie-maker of a notice that was recently posted in one of the county of fices in Seattle, which ordered all of the em ployes to be at their desks at 8 o'clock sharp and remain there, barring the dinner hour, until 5 o'clock, giving the county as faith ful service as they would to a private con cern. In twos, threes and bunches the notice was read and eagerly discussed by the em- ployes and to say it caused consternation in that office is mildly putting it. They are obeying the order, but they are laying dead for their chief, and when he comes up for re election they will stick a knife in him up to the hilt and break it off, with the view of teaching a lesson to the man who made them give value received for their monthly pay from the county just as they would to a pri vate business concern. It is rather remark able that...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 January 1905

FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1905. / ? ii&«l| *. Job B \ ' - '"'-''- ' a CONGRESSMAN WILL E. HUMPHREY Who Opposes the Congressional Districting of the State. 'My delegation is opposed to a railroad com mission and I myself do not believe in the measure, and, if I should consider to support a commission, it would be an elective instead of an appointive one, and, I therefore, will not permit my delegation to consider the proposition for a minute.' The committee got cold comfort from Mr. Jones, but it by chance got into conversation with some of the delegation and learned quite a different story from that already told them and to Mr. Jones' great surprise the delegation voted solidly for the commission on the floor of the convention. It would thus seem that either Mr. J°ones was not posted on his dele gation or his standing was exceedingly poor with them, and for that reason it is predicted that if he by hook or crooks gets another nomination in case the state is districted he will be defea...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 January 1905

BUILDING AND REALTY REVIEW. The activity in Building cir cles is gaining every week Building. and the increase in building progress is so well distributed between the longer constructions and the resi dences that they form almost a com plete balance in progress. The past week was particularly pro ductive of plans for large structures and remodeling of structures to en hance their value as business blocks. The increase over last week is ex plained by saying that the spring sea son which is always the season for commencing building operations, has already come in for its share of at tention, even so early in the year. "Many projects were put through that had simply been allowed to rest through the winter or fall months," as a contractor puts it. Realty operations were like- wise many in number and the larger ones strongly in the fore ground. The same increase of activ ity prevails in realty as in building circles. One of the most notable realty deals that has been put through here for...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 January 1905

FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1905. PERSONALS. Mrs. J. T. Gayton has been under the care of her family physician, but is improved at this writing. D. W. Griffin, after attempting suicide with, a knife, and then beat ing himself upon tne head with a stone, has been arrested and locked up in jail. Griffin was said to have been drinking heavily the last few days before his attempted suicide. The Dixie Jubilee Singers of Chi cago gave a splendid concert in the Auditorium of the Carnegie Library in Ballard on last Monday evening. The manager, Charles P. Williams, ■ was a school mate of Mrs. Susie Revels Cayton, who entertained the entire troupe on Monday afternoon. Mrs. R. W. Butler, who has been dangerously ill at her home on Eigth Avenue, has taken a change for the better. Hopes are now en tertained for her recovery. Mrs. Julia Wells and Mrs. Arthur Fraizer were among the number who heard the Dixie Jubilee Singers on last Monday evening. Mr. Arthur Prazier has secured employment with the firm of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 January 1905

Amusements WHITE WHITTLESEY TO RETURN. White Whittlesey, the young ro mantic star of Belasco, Mayer and Price, is to return next week to the brand for five nights and a Satur day matinee, commencing Tuesday evening, January 24th. He will be seen in two world-famous plays that are new to Seattle, namely Richard Harding Davis' thrilling romantic drama, "Soldiers of For tune," and Captain Robert Mar shall's superb English military com edy-drama, "The Second in Com mand," in which John Drew won his greatest success. "Soldiers of Fortune" will be given on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings of next week, while "The Second in Command" will be presented on the Friday and Saturday nights and at the Saturday matinee of the com ing week. LEWIS MORRISON. Lewis Morrison himself will posi tively appear in "Faust" at the Grand on Sunday and Monday, in the part of Mephisto, supported by a strong company drawn from the best of the "legitimate" school. Lewis Morrison has appeared in this part o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 January 1905

SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. XI. NO. 35 m B Samuel H. Piles, the King county candi date for United States senator, was elected today (Friday) on the thirteenth joint ballot, which ended the political struggle between Foster, Piles, Sweeny and John L. Wilson, and for the next six years he will warm the seat that has been warmed by Addison G. Foster for the past six. While the struggle just closed has been a very bitterly contested one, yet it was done without the display of much enthusiasm on the part of either candi date. Mr. Piles made a hard fight, and made it practically without money, save what a few business men contributed toward his campaign, and such fighting is deserving of success and public admiration, even from his opponent. The withdrawal of Charles Sweeny from the rase Thursday eveningl and the throwing of his forces to Piles made it possible, for him to easily win. the next day, since all of his supporters stood by the agreement. Such a turn in the political situation prov...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 January 1905

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. In refusing to confirm any of the Mcßride appointees the senate of the ninth legisla ture rid the state of every taint of Populism in one fell swoop. * >::• # Had (iriffin, the grafter, succeeded in com mitting suicide he and the old Nick would have had a devil of a time deciding who should rule the roost. Fairbanks, the all-American camp in Alaska, "is not as bright as it is pictured to be,"' writes a Seattleite. Another proof of, "all is not gold that glitters." =:* * # The old P. I. editorial rooms are to be come secret society lodge rooms, and thus the know all quarters are to become "know nothing" quarters. One extreme begat another. * * * Colorado, the Centennial state, is right fully nick-named ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 January 1905

FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1905. CURRENT COMMENT. Emigrants for the South. An effort is on foot to direct immigration southward. The steady stream of immi grants which has for years been pouring into these United States have located in the larger cities, thereby adding greatly to the slum population. The South, for the most part, encourages the proposition with the amend ment that the government must not cut loose a horde of undesirable aliens on their section. There comes the rub : the wheat and the tares must be taken together, and ere the cotton bowls have opened and displayed their shining fleecy contents three years after these immigrants arrive the South will find in its now muchly desired alien population a "white elephant" of which it cannot rid itself. The native American cannot live at such a low standard as can these aliens and so cannot afford to work for the same low wages. In such cases it is quite evident what people would get both the work and the money. Many reason that, i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 January 1905

POLITICAL POT-PIE Last week's Republican was a bit in error in saying, "all of the Scandinavian members of the legislature were voting for Foster," for Representative Errickson from King county has cast his vote from the very outset for Sam Piles and Mr. Piles has no stronger or more ardent advocate among his number than- Representative Errickson. * # # The Seattle Times editorially admits that the prospective libel law was framed and is being enacted for the express purpose of put ting the editor of the Times out of business. In other words, the Times admits, it is a blackmailing vulgar sheet and will be rob bed, by the passage of this law, of its prin ciple stock in trade. Sic transit gloria, but the Times' editor will have had a peck of fun ere he has been knocked down and out by the strong arm of the law. # # * There are two doctors in the senate of the ninth legislature from Whitman county, each of whom thinks the term "prominent phy sician" is just their size, and the appearan...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 January 1905

FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1905. / ■ d t. .. * In view of the fact that a hotel is not a hotel without plenty of Potts (W. G.) for once the name of the senator from the Thir ty-fifth senatorial district is quite in keeping Avith his business; he is a hotel proprietor. # * * Two members with the uncommon title of Smith (Dr. J. J. and S. T.) and yet neither of them lay any claim to such a trade or avo cation. Dr. Smith may be a death tinkerer from a pill standpoint, but H. T. Smith is a lumber kin": that has millions for defense but not a red cent for manuals. # * * One would suppose that there is at least one Christian (Walter) in the senate, but the other day Walter was not in tfood humor about something and from what we heard him 'say,' it struck us that he is either no Christian at all or he has badly blackslidden. HON JOHN L. WILSON, Who Is Not United States Senator-Elect. NEWS OF THE NORTHWEST. The city market idea, which has sprang to life in Seattle, and which is being pushed forward...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 January 1905

BUILDING AND REALTY. It has been stated many times the past two weeks that Seattle never had a healhier realty market than at pres ent. It requires but little exercise of one's reasoning faculties to see the truth in the statement. One must also be struck with the remarkable agility with which money jugglers fling their precious metal in the direction of Se attle. It is quite pertinent to refer at this instance to a statement made in a New York journal, and that none other than Collier's Weekly, a week ago, which contained in substance this thought: "Is it not likely that, in the light of the great developments in the Far East, commercially and otherwise, the western city of Seattle will grow to be even a greater city than our own New York?" This interrogation while aired with imaginative there is nevertheless an indication that the East is carefully watching the growth of the Northwest metropolis and see for it a magnificent future. There are but few realty firms in this city who c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 January 1905

FRIDAY, JANUARY, 27, 1905. SUNNYSIDE ITEMS. Mrs. A. A. Hawkins and her son Luther Hawkins returned home last week. Mr. Carter Nickels of Roslyn, Wash., visited the valley this week. While here he rented a farm and will move his family down at once. If they are satisfied with the coun try after they are better ac quainted with it he intends to buy and make this place his home. A Mr. Branch of North Yakima has moved in and leased Mr. W. Nickles' 40 acres of land for a num ber of years and will improve it. At North Yakima on the 12th, Brother B. R. Gayles died at his home. Brother Gayles was a man ly gentleman, well educated and respected by all who knew him. He also was a hard worker and had the knack to save as well as spend, thereby coming into possession of property both in Astoria and North Yakima, Wash. He leaves his wife, Mrs. S. S. Gayles, to mourn his de parture. She has the best wishes and sympathy of their many friends. Some of the best farm houses to be seen in Yakima Valle...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 January 1905

AN ODD JOB FORTUNE. Chicago possesses a citizen who has established a unique line of business that promises to land him among cap : italists, besides making him the best known man and the man most in de mand in the section in.which he lives. Two years ago this man failed. He was in a small business where he was thrown into competition with concerns with much money behind them and he went to the wall, losing everything he had, including his home and a flat building which he had erected. Prac tically penniless and without any skilled trade, with nothing open to him except some clerkship, he set about hunting a new line of work — something that would support himself and his family. Winter was coming on. He began doing "odd jobs" around houses of the suburbanites until he could find something better. Then he was struck with the possibility of making "odd jobs" a paying line of business. He went downtown, interviewed the man ufacturers of furnaces, and received instructions in the manage...

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