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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 2 June 1905

FRIDAY. JUNE 2. 1905. POLITICAL POT=PIE The Pie-maker is of the opinion that seri ous differences have arisen between Governor Mead and Attorney General Atkinson, and unless mutual friends intervene the two will be bitter enemies before the next four years passes into history. Mr. Atkinson returned from an extended trip in the East one day this week and he had no sooiier gotten clev erly into the state than he was telling a re porter the fur would fly if the governor per sisted in trying to run all of the state offices. As yet there has been no retort on the part of the governor, but there is an undercurrent going the rounds of the politicians just now to the effect that there will be something do ing in case the supreme court gives a favor able dicision to Port Townsend, making it possible for the state to purchase her water works bonds. # * # The oil inspector went to Whatcom county to the surprise of some of Governor Mead's closest personal and political friends. Just why a gover...

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. — 2 June 1905

Seattle's Sweet Girl Graduates. The sweet girl. graduates will soon be with us again. With beautiful white dresses, slippered feet, flowing ribbons and sweet, placid faces, they will stand before us, and the thoughts which we send to them must be from mental curtains, bedecked with flowers to screen them from the realistic. Naught must mar the success of com- mencement day, for which they have so unceasingly labored. Every one who claims as a friend one of these pros pective graduates will have the oppor tunity of investing a smal lamount in the way of a graduating present. Stick pins and beauty pins of any sort will be welcome presents. No girl ever seems to be able to accumulate more of them than she wants. Bracelets are going to be much worr. this summer on ac count of the short sleeves, and as the variety in the shops is great and grow ing, the eager purchaser will be able to supply any want in this line. One naturally thinks of books as appropri ate gifts, since Miss Graduate i...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 2 June 1905

FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1905. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF King: County, State of Washington. C. P. Whittier, plaintiff, vs. Nellie Whittier, defendant. —Summons for Publication. State of Washington to Nellie Whittier, defendant: You are hereby summoned to ap pear within sixty days after the date of the first publication of this sum mons, to-wit: within sixty days from the sth day of May, 1905, and de fend the above entitled action in the above entitled court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff herein, and serve a copy of your answer upon the attorneys for the plaintiff, at their office below stated; and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you accord ing to the demand of the complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court. This action is brought by the plain tiff for the purpose of obtaining a di vorce from the defendant upon the ground of abandonment. W. T. SCOTT, Attorney for Plaintiff. Office address: Room 404 Marion Blk.. Seattle, Wash. IN...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 2 June 1905

"A STRAIGHT TIP"—GET YOUR CAMP OUTFIT HERE. $1O .Suits for Young' Men Easily Worth $18 and $2O $10 gives choice tomorrow from 150 stylish new spring suits in serges, cassimeres, plain and fancy worsteds, homespuns and tweeds. These suits are cut specially for young men and made from woolens desirable for young men's wear. In addition to this special lot at $10 we are showing many other lines at $12.50 and $15. The young men of Seattle are rapidly making our clothing section town talk because of the excellent fit and superb style of suits shown in this department this season. Note —Men of small stature may be fitted in any of the lines men tioned. Boys' $5 Suits $3.49 A new lot and you'll like them when you see them. Among them are— BUSTER BROWN SUITS, 3 to 8 years, of tweeds and homespuns in nobby brown and grey effects, also red, brown and blue serges, and TWO-PIECE SUITS, 9 to 15 years, in tweeds and homespuns, strong, sturdy suits for strenuous boys. Tailored and trimmed in the b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 9 June 1905

SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. XII. NO. 2 POPULISM AND SOCIALISM.— If it is Populism and Socialism to indorse the act of March 17, 1897, passed by the Populist legislature, then the Republican legislature of 1905 went the full length when it re-enacted the first section of the act of March 17, 1897, with addi tional powers, which act was approved on March 11, 1905, and is now in force. The Republicans are now estopped to claim that providing for the condemnation, purchase, construction, ownership and opera tion of street railways is not Republican doctrine; Laws 1905, Chap. 159, House Bill No. 276. CHEAP STREET CAR FARES.— HuII, England, under municipal ownership, has a 2-cent fare on all lines for all distances, and made a net profit, during the year 1903, of $122,000. Cologne, Germany, in 1898, had a clear profit of $244,600, and as the profits have increased regularly, it is hoped that in 1914 they will amount to $566,400. There is a charge for yearly tickets on all lines of $28.56; mon...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 9 June 1905

boosters. They will subsidize newspapers. They will argue that municipal ownership is not a success: hut when they talk to you, you have the facts before you with which to refute their argument. In two years the City of Scuttle has netted a clear profit of more than $230,000 out of its water system. Cologne, Germany, has made a clear profit, in one year, on street railways, of $244,600; Hull, Eng land, a net profit on street railways of +1122.000: Glasgow, Scotland. more than $600,000 on street railways. In fact, wherever municipal ownership has been, there has been a net profit to the municipality. OBLIGATION.— What obligation are we under to fight the battles of the octopus.' Do you suppose that the octopus would give your family $100 per year, or any other sum or amount? Yet the friends of the octopus want to argue to you that your family should pay to the octopus at least $100 per year, and that in thirty years your family should give to them in principal and interest. $5,000. I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 9 June 1905

FRIDAY. JUNE 9, 1905. CHURCHES ON THE DIVORCE QUESTION. Roman Catholic—The validly married may not remarry so Long as either of the parties is alive. Where there are sufficient reasons the church permits legal separation of the wedded couple. Protestant Episcopal —forbids a minister to marry any person who has been divorced otherwise than God's word doth allow, i. c., I—eJVv/.'Vip LLipriXift/.-fg (*q — N^ I .*■ ' ' * ' ■ — M V., „.— . _ .. _ , —. „, ..„ 1 N *—.— , Fare Free to Fair Here is an opportunity for a large number of young girls and boys, and any others as well, who de sire to visit the Lewis and Clark Exposition at Portland without having to pay either your railroad fare, your lodging or your admission to the grounds. How can I? Easy enough. Rustle a few new subscribers for The Seattle Republican and we will do the rest, and you yourself can go. SPOKANE OFFER For every person sending The Seattle Republican from Spokane or that vicinity twenty-five (25) new subscribers cash...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 9 June 1905

The Seattle Republican Establi«hed May, 189 H. R. Cayton Editor and Publisher Susie Revels Cayten Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year »2.00 Six Months 100 Three Months 60 Published every Friday at 214 Columbia St Entered at the Postofflco at Seattle as Second class Mail Matter. Russia seems to see trouble even in peace. # # # Municipal ownership is in the air, not as an experiment, but as a genuine reality. * * # White supremacy has received an awful jolt in the Far East, which must be very an noying to Tillman and Vardeman. # # # Gaynor and Green, two truant sons of Uncle Sam, who are temporarily residing in Canada, do not look with favor on the "pro tecting folds" of Old Glory. # # # Manual training among the young Negroes of the country is a splendid thing, and, in fact, the ideal education for the young Ne gro, but there should at least be some excep tions to the rule. # # # A move is on foot to flood the South with Italian cotton farmhands. Good thing, push it along. Now, if...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 9 June 1905

FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1905. POLITICAL POT=PIE The late election in Portland, Oregon, re sulted in a crushing defeat for the Republi can candidate for mayor. His defeat was by no means due to his political faith, but solely to the moral complexion of his admin instration for the past two years, during which time he has been mayor of Portland, he having been elected to the place by a tidal wave. Municipal ownership did not play an active part in the campaign, but it materially added to Mayor Williams defeat. The people all over the country are slowly but surely coming to the conclusion that the corpora tions are in control of the political machine among the Republicans and there is a de cided opposition to corporate influence in politics just now and that accounts for Chicago and other towns in the East going head over heels for Democracy in their re cent municipal elections and also of Spo kane in this state electing Floyd Daggett, a Democrat, mayor over a firt class Repub lican. It helped...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 9 June 1905

PERSONAL. Miss Qeorgetta Selby received June 7th from 8 p. m. to 11 p. m. in honor of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Belcher, who set sail on the matrimonial sea June Ist. Dainty refreshments were served and the happy couple were made even more happy by those present. Mrs. Minnie Bryan, daughter of Judge Gideon S. Bailey, died at the Wayside Mission last Tuesday, after a protracted illness. She will be bur ied from the Bonney-Watson undertak ing parlors Sunday at 1 p. m.. Rev. A. J. Woodward officiating. Mr. J. P. Ball is building a splendid new home on his Twenty-second Ave nue property. He hopes to have his family with him in August. The many friends of Mr. E. H. Holmes, of Spokane, will be pleased to learn that he has a permanent posi tion in the Washington building at the Lewis and Clark Exposition. Mr. J. E. Hawkins has returned from the Hot Springs. He is still a little unsteady from his rheumatic troubles, but much improved. Mrs. Aurora Grose left for Port land a few days ago, where she ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 9 June 1905

FRIDAY, JUNE !», WOS. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF King County, State of Washington. C. P. Whittier, plaintiff, vs. Nellie Whittier, defendant. —Summons for Publication. State of Washinfe-lon to Nellie Whittier, defendant: You are hereby summoned to ap pear within sixty days after the date of the first publication of this sum mons, to-wit: within sixty days from the sth day of May, 1905, and de fend the above entitled action in the above entitled court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff herein, and serve a copy of your answer upon the attorneys for the plaintiff, at their office below stated; and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you accord ing to the demand of the complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court. This action is brought by the plain tiff for the purpose of obtaining a di vorce from the defendant upon the ground of abandonment. W. T. SCOTT, Attorney for Plaintiff. Office address: Room 404 Marion Blk., Seattle, Wash. I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 9 June 1905

Apt Suggestions for the Communion Girl The littl articles indispensable to complete the "first communion" outfit—AND AT PRICES THAT ADMIT OF NO COMPETITION. As for example: Silk Gauze Fans, white spangled Cotton Bridal Veiling, in fine mesh, and lace trimmed, bone sticks, nice quality; 36 inches, 35c and beautiful patterns; fS/1 50c; QOa worth $2.50, at ...9'»9*M 72 inches *7t»tr Fancy Embroidered or Lace White Silk Lace Elbow Mitts, in Trimmed Handkerchiefs, in ex extra quality, filet back, 7tS*m tra fine quality, beautiful pat worth $1.25, at ' nM%m terns, worth 50c, 9Sm at mtmomm AVhite Lisle Thread Gloves, 2- White Taffeta or Satin Taffeta or clasp, embroidered back, all Satin Messaline Ribbons, in ex «i7P« worth fiic OE_ tra fine quality, for sash, girdle at .... ???'. 35C or bows, worth 50c, 23 C Silk Bridal Veiling, in extra qual- White Taffeta Silk or Satin Belts K esiTo h'2 to 3 &^.™*.^:mio Boys' Communion Suits Every conceivable good style is represented in this admira...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 16 June 1905

SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. XII. NO. 3 DO YOU KNOW? That the net profit of all municipal tramway lines of the United Kingdom is fully discussed each year through the Board of Trade:' For the year ending June 30, 1903, as to some of the cities, the following profit, with an average rate of three cents per passenger, were reported : Aberdeen •+" 123,025 Blackburn Bloekpool 79,975 Bolton ' 192,580 Glasgow 1,761,285 Huddersfield 105,110 Hull 217,020 Leeds 585,792 Liverpool 868,070 Manchester 619,855 Newcastle 322,545 Nottingham 271,750 Portsmouth 23-4,945 Salford 208,040 Sheffield . 373,830 Southampton 99,625 Sunderiand 124.525 GLASGOW VS. SEATTLE.— As shown above, (ilasgow made a profit of $1,761,285 in 1903 off' of its tramway system. Seattle paid out $1,626,000 on the electric system. Glasgow and the other cities above named have kept their profits at home for the benefit of their own people and their own city. While Seattle is shipping out near $2,000,000 per annum that ought to be kept...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 16 June 1905

long before the public's eye and report has il that docked tails, owing to the war which has been made against them, have become to some extent unpopular. But the use of the check rein is now engrossing the attention of not a few. and judging from a humane standpoint, a woman who was comfortable herself and knew the disadvantages of being uncomfortably arrayed, would object to rid ing behind a horse whose head is rained up till it is brutally tortured, simply to gratify a misguided idea of elegance in ap pearance. Seattle's '' YOU WOULD NOT KNOW SE- Juvenile ATTLE, IT HAS GROWN SO," Court. is often written East to those who have visited the city some years ago. Seattle's advancement in the business world is but little short of miraculous. How ever, there are other things which have kept abreast of the grand rush in this line, and foremost among them are reforms and adop tions in municipal affairs. "Don't tell me what you are doing for the grown people of your town, they are now on t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 16 June 1905

FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1905. The offer which the Seattle Republican made to send persons to the Portland Fair has been taken up by several. Xo one person has yet secured the required number of sub scribers but the names are constantly coming in. The contest is still on and the offer yet open. The special edition of the Catholic Prog ress just issued is a most commendable ef fort and a splendid advertisement for Seat- Fare Free to Fair Here is an opportunity for a large number of young girls and boys, and any others as well, who de sire to visit the Lewis and Clark Exposition at Portland without having to pay either your railroad fare; your lodging or your admission to the grounds. How can I? Easy enough. Rustle a few new subscribers for The Seattle Republican and we will do the rest, and you yourself can go. SPOKANE OFFER For every person sending The Seattle Republican from Spokane or that vicinity twenty-five (25) new subscribers cash in advance each, $2 per year, $50, a ticket to Portla...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 16 June 1905

The Seattle Republican Established M»y, 189 H. R. Cayton Editor and Publisher Susie Revels CayUn Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year 52.00 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. Peace negotiations between the belligerr ents are moving on favorably. * * # The P.-L's Negro reporter got in another dig on a member of his race the other day. One Negro seems to never lose an oppor tunity to do another an injustice. * # * Pressure from some unseen source was brought to bear, in a manner now unknown, and the majority of the city council voted that the saloon limit be increased. # # * The pretty girl is said to be acquiring a lisp. The reason —men like it. Therefore, if women do what men like, men are respon sible for what women do —and thereby hangs a tale. ## ■ # "Editors dine on buffalo meat in Okla homa," runs a head line. Extra fair and a little surprising, but not nearly as much so ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 16 June 1905

FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1905. POLITICAL POT-PIE Hon. Sam G. Cosgrove, the political war horse from Pomeroy, has been visiting in the city for the past week. He came to attend a meeting of the State University and subse quently to attend the commencement exer cises, ilr. Cosgrove was seen by the Pie maker and asked for some political news and for an answer he told the following story: "Many years ago a man with his family of ten children left Missouri to come to the Pacific Coast. He had been married for some time and was the proud father of ten bounc ing brats and only a year intervening be tween their birth with one exception. After he had settled down on a homestead in his new home in the course of time another child came, but there were two years instead of one between the last children. A census enumerator some years later pulled up at his house and demanded of him the number, names and ages of his children, which were given. He began with the oldest and gave its age and continued one ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 16 June 1905

PERSONAL. .Mr. Allen Dean of Everett, who is well known in Seattle, spent a couple of days in the city this week. Mr. Ball, son-in-law of Mr. J. I. Reams, left for Portland one day this week to be gone for an indefinite time. A musical concert is being arranged to be given the 29th inst. at the Four teenth Avenue A. M. E. church for the benefit of the building committee. All social notices published free of charge. You are requested to send the same in to the office, either by let ter, telephone or word of mouth. Mr. Frank T. Anderson has returned to his ranch in the Yakima country. He will open a barbershop at Mabton, which is only eighteen miles from his home. Rev. McDonald, who has been in the employ of the city for the past three years, will soon leave for the Yakima country, where he will settle on a homestead. Mr. Neil Fort, who has been living in the city for the past two years, has decided to return to his old home in Fargo, N. D., and hopes to be ready to leave by the 29th ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 16 June 1905

FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1905. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF King County, State of Washington. C. P. Whittier, plaintiff, vs. Nellie Whittier, defendant.—Summons for Publication. State of Washington to Nellie Whittier, defendant: You are hereby summoned to ap pear within sixty days after the date of the first publication of this sum mons, to-wit: within sixty days from the sth day of May, 1905, and de fend the above entitled action in the above entitled court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff herein, and serve a copy of your answer upon the attorneys for the plaintiff, at their office below stated; and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you accord ing to the demand of the complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court. This action is brought by the plain tiff for the purpose of obtaining a di vorce from the defendant upon the ground of abandonment. W. T. SCOTT, Attorney for Plaintiff. Office address: Room 404 Marion Blk., Seattle, "Wash. IN...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 16 June 1905

A Grocery Sensation "Heinz" Pickles Half Price The name "Heinz" on a bottle of pickles means the BEST MADE. Heinz pickles are used exclusively on the tables of the first families of America. To buy them, even a notch or two under the regular price, is a rare thing. To buy them at HALF PRICE is "Frenzied Finance"—the other way. Did you ever _^__ hear of it before? First time, — so far as we know, and we've . k PriC6 been dabbling in pickles for % |T|C6 nigh on twenty years. We've —————— got 400 cases to sell at half ——— price. We bought 'em cheap, because they played a minor part in a recent railroad mixup, and they came out of it in fine shape, too. A few bottles got broken, but the principal dam age was to the labels. The pickles are as good as the day they were put in the bottles. We could get more for them, perhaps. 'Twould be breaking a long established rule of this store to even try. It's a good rule, too. This is it—"When we buy a bargain, we sell a bargain." That's why you ca...

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