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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 17 February 1905

. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1905. RELIGIOUS. THE TREE OF LIFE. The tree of life, as ancient tradition has it and as we have been taught to believe, once stood in the beautiful garden of Eden, and after eating fruit from this tree man was banished from the garden, so that he might not get to the fruit and live. Today doubt is being cast upon the construction which our fathers put upon the term, tree of life, al though it is freely admitted that this con struction has effectually colored the religious belief during all these years. The tendency of the age leans to the belief that one better serves his God in making donations to the poor than in seeking his closet and there re maining until his knees are calloused. The new teachings do not tell of the terrors of the divine law, but of life, and love, and God, or rather which are God, not removed but in the very throughfare of man's activity. Some bemourn the fact that the old time protracted meetings and camp meetings lack, to quite an exte...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 17 February 1905

walk in bad weather will not only add to their comfort but have a telling effect upon their health. Municipal Light in New York City. Mayor McClellan within four months ex pects to have a municipal lighting plant on a small scale in full operation. Plans have been approved for a plant under the Manhattan end of the Williamsburg Bridge, which, using as fuel the refuse of that district, is to light the bridge and have considerable power left for other purposes. That this plant will prove a success is almost a foregone conclu sion, from the success of the incinerator in West 47th street, from which Major Wood bury, street cleaning commissioner, derives power to light his dump and stables, and it is entirely probable that other plants simi lar to the one proposed now will be erected in various parts of the city to furnish light to city institutions. The plans provide for an equipment of 400 horse-power, enough, it is estimated, to light the bridge and some temporary school houses and ha...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 17 February 1905

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1905. NOTICE. SHERIFFS SAbii OF REAL ESTATE. State of Wasnington, County of King —ss. Sheriffs Office. By virtue of an order of sale is sued out of the Honorable Superior Court of King County, on the 3rd day of February, 1905, by the Clerk thereof, in the case of Ferry-Leary Land Company, a corporation, plain tiff, vs. Martin B. Bruggemann and Justina C. Bruggemann, his wife; W. H. Donovan and Ollie M. Dono van, his wile; Moore Investment Company, a corporation; Mildred E. Swaney, Homer H. Swaney, Junior, a minor; John B. Swaney, a minor, and F. E. Brightman as administra tor de bonus non of the estate of Homer H. Swaney, deceased, substi tuted as party defendant in place and stead of Horace G. Reed, as ad ministrator of the estate of Homer H. Swaney, deceased, defendants, No. 43351, and to me, as Sheriff, di rected and delivered: Notice is hereby given that I will proceed to sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, within the hours prescribed by l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 17 February 1905

•■'■VvV-;';-.■;".■■:. /.' -1 '".-. ■ ' fc '" ' ' THEATRICAL NOTES. No more sprightly character has appeared in the English speaking drama than "Don Caesar de Bazan," the hero whom Mr. Charles B. Han ford will impersonate at the Grand on Wednesday, Feb. 22. Don Caesar is a beau ideal of reckless chivalry, such as only a Frenchi magination could conceive and only an English intelli genece bring to a plausible realiza tion. He has Gallic vivacity and cour tesy and Anglo-Saxon earnestness and sincerity. The title role is one which should be ideally suited to an actor of Mr. Charles B. Hanford's striking and agreeable personality, while the part of Maritana will be regarded with particular interest, because of the ex tensive opportunities it affords that favorite actress Miss Marie Drofnah. The company has been engaged with a view to securing players competent to give each of the eprsonages who figure in Don Caesar's singular ad ventures with the King of Spain a care ful and complete rep...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 24 February 1905

SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. XL NO. 39 When George M. Stewart was first appointed postmaster he gave as an excuse for the retention of J. W. Colkett as his deputy his long experience in the office, and his (Stewarts) inexperience in the affairs of the office. There was, it must be admitted, a grain of method in his madness, but there is no justification in such a plea at this time. Mr. Stewart has held the office for five years, and, if he ever expects to know anything about it, he should now know it, and he should be per fectly competent at this time to break a Repub lican in, and if he does not, then he is a Repub lican only for selfish purposes. But George M. Stewart is not that kind of a Republican, and he will do in this instance as he has always done, build up the Republican party and not the Democratic party, which he will do if he re tains Colkett as his deputy. There are 10,000 Republicans in King county just as well, and even better, qualified to act as assistant post master as...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 24 February 1905

sums of money to encourage the fatigued in the legislature, who have been overtaxed from excessive legislative grinding. That the passage of the bill will be a great boon to human life and happiness is not doubted, but the Frye-Bruhn Co. seem to be the only human beings that it will make happy. Last week this paper made the assertion that 99 per cent, of all of the bills now before the legislature, that attracted any attention at all, were bills of a personal nature and bills that had for their ultimate aim the benefiting of one or. two individuals only. That there was a nigger in the wood pile in the meat inspection bill was suspected from the very outset, but it was quite apparent when Mr. Frye was forced to admit before the com mittee that it would mean a saving of some $40,000 annually to his firm. He refused to answer, when asked if the sum of money he would save would not come out of the farmers who raised the cattle and the con sumer who ate the beef. Here is a true in terpre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 24 February 1905

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1905. began to fall off. People who had been buy ing of me went to Tacoma to purchase." Cheap transportation is not to be con demned, however, as it has undoubtedly helped the city in other ways, but the illus tration is given to show that Olympia people have been dealing with those who now prove to be their enemies. The person who signs the pledge above re ferred to should mentally, if it is not stated in the agreement, bind himself to patronize exclusively the Olympia merchant. In readjusting our trade relations a clean sweep should be made. It is within the power of Olympia people to end this capital removal talk for all time. The present move ment will be killed, but if we sit back and make no preparations for the future it may crop up again. Mark this: Tacoma is Olympia's worst enemy among the cities of the state. It is the only city that would start and attempt to maintain a capital removal fight two years, four years ,six years or fifty years hence. THE L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 24 February 1905

The Seattle Republican Established May, 189 H. R. Cayton Editor and Publisher Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $2.00 Six Months 100 Three Months GO Published every Friday at 214 Columbia St. Entered at the Postofflce at Seattle as Second- class Mail Matter. Before casting your vote for the removal of the state capitol, count the cost. Shackling was entirely too good for Jeff Daivs of confederate government fame; he should have been burnt at the stake. Charley Frye would earn a pretty good salary if in having the beef inspection bill passed his firm profited $40,000 annually. But few sincerely believe that the receiver ship established over Santo Domingo will ever be given up by the United States gov ernment. Gov. Mead has a legal right to pass on all bills enacted by the legislature and the re moval enthusiasts had better not overlook that point. A senate employe is charged with draw ing two salaries. This is not the proverbial "nigger in the wood pile," bu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 24 February 1905

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1905. ■p h ■I4W ■» *»%■ II eliminated." There is some doubt about that if San Domingo becomes thoroughly Americanized. The gray-haired man who is carrying' on extensive operations in the way of renting horses and buggies and selling them to farm ers as his own. not only has the contempt of honest men, but when it is learned that he is between 60 and 70 years of age he also in spires extreme disgust. It is said that sonic strange power is at work to protect Father (Jopon from harm. In the conflict with the Russian soldiers he stood in the front rank of the workmen. Men fell on all sides, but he passed through the storm untouched. Yet some men can not see a ''divinity which shapes our ends." Late Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate, Who Has Just Cleaned Up $100,000 in a Big- Mining Deal. THE SEATTLI, KKPITBLICAN HON. GEORGE TURNER, Corporation Counsel Gilliam's opinion as to the city getting interest on its bank de posits reminds us that Gilliam was strongly backed...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 24 February 1905

RELIGIOUS. WHAT, IF BELIEF IN GOD WAS LOST? 'Are the masses of men yet sufficiently de veloped to determine and follow out a course of right conduct without the impelling power of a belief in, or fear of, a personal God who rewards and punishes?" was the inquiry sent to and ansewred by a number of theologians, sociologists, social workers and physiologists. Franklin H. Giddings, professor of sociol ogy at Columbia University, replied in sub stance: "The shock which we fear would follow the loss of belief in a personal God has already taken place. The old belief in God, as it was 50 and 60 years ago, has been severely shaken, and although the masses do not understand the doctrines of evolution, they have accepted them as probably true. It is demoralizing to hold on to beliefs that we no longer sincerely feel to be true. Fear less sincerity in thought, word and deed is the everlasting basis of right conduct. Miss Vida D. Scudder, a writer on social subjects, replied in substance : '' ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 24 February 1905

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1905. NOTICE. SHERIFF'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE. State of Washington, County of King—ss. Sheriff's Office. By virtue of an order of sale is sued out of the Honorable Superior Court of King County, on the 3rd day of February, 1905, by the Clerk thereof, in the case of Ferry-Leary Land Company, a corporation, plain tiff vs. Martin B. Bruggemann and Justina C. Bruggemann, his wife; W H. Donovan and Ollie M. Dono van his wife; Moore Investment Company, a corporation; Mildred E. Swaney, Homer H. Swaney, Junior, a minor; John B. Swaney, a minor, and F. E. Brightman as administra tor de bonus non of the estate of Homer H. Swaney, deceased, substi tuted as party defendant in place and stead of Horace G. Reed, as ad ministrator of the estate of Homer H Swaney, deceased, defendants, No. 43351, and to me, as Sheriff, di rected and delivered: Notice is hereby given that I will proceed to sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, within the hours prescribed by law f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 24 February 1905

PERSONAL. Mrs. J. T. Cayton is reported ill and has been confined to her bed for some days. Mrs. John Robinson spent a few days last week in Everett, the guest of Mrs. Meadows and Mrs. Richardson. Thomas King, the assistant janitor of the Haller building, died in his room in the block on Monday, the 20th. He was buried in Lake View cemetery. The Mt. Zion Baptist church give a bazaar which began on the evening of the 22nd and continued to the 24th. No pains were spared to mske it a success and everything passed off pleasantly. Mr. Bryce Taylor is selling off his household effects and will rent the house. Mr. Taylor had one of the neat est furnished homes of any of the Afro-Americans in the city, and during Mrs. Taylor's life it was the scene of a great many pleasant gatherings. The bazaar at the Mt. Zion Baptist church, which opened last Wednesday evening, will give its visitors a plen did literary program tonight (Friday), and among the many good things that are promised is an addre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 3 March 1905

SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. XL NO. 40 m_M Jiiii.iiiJiß'wiffWiK^ La. ■L, *■ ' ifiJtf Mil ffr S. I BB LSI Si7n .r" v-^-*-^ pip* TTTiffTffl fflpjMMHil^^^? , Etfafi POLITICAL POT-PIE Eight has almost prevailed at Olympia dur ing the past week and the Ground Hog has been routed, horse and dagroon, in every pitched battle. Last Monday Governor Mead sent his veto of the capital removal bill to the senate, which was one of the best things that he has yet done, and that is saying a great deal. He not only put his stamp of dis approval on it, but he administered a rebuke to that notorous lobbyist that would have sent any one but If home in tears. He, how ever, is not built that way. If there be an iota of shame in him he is not aware of it. # # # A cut of Washington's Capitol building, which has just been completed and for which some $750,000 has just been paid, is herewith presented to the readers of The Re publican. Because a state senator voted for a man for United States senator that did not ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 3 March 1905

President Roosevelt is a Politician By Jackson Tinker. On his way to the capitol the other day, a former Democratic United States senator told an interesting story. "When Grover Cleveland was president,'' he said, "David B. Hill and Edward Murphy, who then were United States senators from New York, called at the White House and urged him to force Theodore Roosevelt out of the Civil Service Commission in which he was the dominant factor. Mr. Cleveland, after listening t<Mtheir appeal, replied: 'Why, gentlemen, you are making- a serious mistake. If we should ge£ Mr. Roosevelt out of his position, he would go back to New York and make the Demo cratic party more trouble there than he does here. He is one the best politicians in our state.' " John Sharp Williams, the Demo cratic leader in the house of representatives, recently spoke of President Roosevelt in sim ilar words, asserting that the Democratic party had under-estimated the president's ability "as a politician." Many others h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 3 March 1905

FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1905. |fl Bl 1 ill \ \ MB v p^ « terms," as the best means of preventing the other alternative. The president has been accused of being a "free trader." He is not. But he does be lieve the Dingley tariff schedules, adopted eight years ago, need modifying, and that the people placed that duty on the Republican party in the last election. He is trying to impress the protected interests with his view that they would better permit moderate re vision by a Republican congress than take chances on having the tariff wall swept away sooner or later by a reactionary congress. He does not concede or agree therefore that he is "radical," but progressive—really con servative. The Passing: Throng SHE WAS NO ANGLO-SAXON. Because the wife of a Negro was quite fair in complexion and in the gloom of the THEODORE ROOSEVELT INAUGURATED PRESIDENT OF UNITED STATES SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1905. evening could not be distinguished from an Anglo-Saxon woman, Police Officer Banneck felt justified ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 3 March 1905

The Seattle Republican Establiihed May, 189 H. R. Cayton Editor and Publisher Susie Revels Cayt»n Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $2.00 Six Months 100 Three Months 60 Published every Friday at 214 Columbia St. Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second class Mail Matter. A Peruvian, who came to the Northwest to live has committed suicide because he was continually taken for a Negro. P. S.—He hasn't been taken for one since. * # # In a city and township near Cleveland, Ohio, there are reported 200 persons over 70 years of age. Just think of the chloro form that might have been used by these people, in celebrating, 30 years ago. # # # When Dr. William Osier advised that men celebrate their 40th birthday by chloroform ing themselves, he gave the press and people something to talk about and they should at least show some degree of gratitude for that. * * # An accommodating writer has undertaken to tell "How one woman drives away rats." No one need waste time or paper telling ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 3 March 1905

FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1905. The Passing Throng Continued from page 3 appear on the streets with them, then the citizens had just as well vote hurry-up-bonds to build a new jail. Then again, there are quite a few colored men in the city who have acquaintances among the Anglo-Saxon women, who occa sionally are seen on the streets with them. Is it the intention of Officer Banneck to ar rest them 1 If it is, then he is hunting for se rious trouble, and he will not be long in find ing it. There are hundreds of colored men and women in Seattle who would no more permit such coarse brutes as he in their homes than they would a gorilla. It is very strange that such semi-human brutes always seek to hide behind the law to do some Negro, a hundred times his superior, a wrong. 0 * * CITY HALL A WONDERFUL STRUCTURE. A new addition has just been put on the City Hall and, to the casual observer of archi tecture, the City Hall must impress them as being the most wonderfully shaped edifice that has been s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 3 March 1905

average life of those fifty years and over, 71.83 years; the percentage of decedents 45 years and over being 92.13 per cent. Turning now to the statistics of the last census, I find that the clergy in the registra tion area, not only lead all the professional classes in the duration of life, including in that category architects and artists, engineers and surveyors, journalists, lawyers, mu sicians, school teachers, physicians and sur geons, etc., but the clerical and official, mer cantile and trading, manufacturing and me chanical industries, and the agriculture, transportation, and other out door classes as well. Of the professional classes as a whole, but 33.99 per cent, of the decedents reached the age of sixty-five years and over; of the clergy 49.46 per cent; of the agriculture and trans portation class, 43.35 per cent; of physicians and surgeons, 40.30 per cent; of engineers and surveyors, 15.83 per cent, and of book keepers, clerks, and the official class, 16.80 per cent. Th...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 3 March 1905

FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1905. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington, in and for King County. No. 6022. Notice to Creditors. In the mater of the estate of Leila May Crotty, deceased. Notice Is hereby given to the cred itors of Leila May Crotty, deceased, to present their claims against said estate, with necessary vouchers, within one (1) year after the date of this notice, to the undersigned James L. Croty, administrator of the es tate of Leila May Croty, deceased, at the office of Allison & Crotty, 109, 110, 111 Washington building, city of be atle, county of King and state or Washington. , Dated at Seattle, Washington, this 27th day of J*™EsV CROTTY. Administrator of the Estate of Leila May Crotty, Deceased. H. D. ALLISON, Aty. for Administrator. First publication Jan. 27, 1905. Last publication Feb. 24, 1905. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OP THE State of Washington, in and for the County of King.—ln Probate. No. 5913. Notice to Creditors. In the matter of the estate of George G. S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 3 March 1905

SUCCEEDED IN BUSINESS, BUT FAILED Aa A MAN. He stopped growing. He was not greater than his occu pation. He never learned to look on the sun ny side. He stuffed his pocketbook, but starv ed his brain. He had no use for sentiment which could not be cashed. He never learned to take the drudg ery out of his work. He did not live in his upper stories, but in the basement of his being. He regarded his business as a means of making a living instead of a life. He lost his early friends by neglect, and had no time to cultivate new ones. He never learned to enjoy little things, to see the uncommon in the common. He never learned to lubricate life's machinery with laughter and good cheer. He made life a grind, out of which he got neither pleasure, profit, nor in struction. There was only one side of his na ture developed, and that was the mon ey-making side. No face ever brightened at his ap proach, no heart thrilled at the sound of his voice. Society bored him, children bored him, music and ...

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