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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 16 November 1900

i For You : This Table Special < $1.85 | Solid Oak. ei.larre 24 inch sq'iare > top parlor, s^olloned top rim f shaDed sh If. ne itiy turned legs—a N regnlar $3.00 value, C For readers of this paper only— this offer ends Nov. 22 Standard Furniture Go. 1012-14-16 First Avenue OUB BIG CATALOGUE FREE to out of-town folks. ; No new play of recent yeaFs ha? excited more popular interest than "The' Great Northwest," a thrilling and realistic drama written by Her ■ bert Hall Window and Will R. Wil son, which will be seen at the Grand , opera house all next week, beginning Sunday afternoon. The authors have carefully avoided exaggeration and have truthfully depicted life as it is in the picturesque Red Rive' Aalley of the North. Scenes of fun, : emotion, pathos and dramatic inter est follow one another in rapid suc cession, and there is not a dull mo ment in the entire play. The critics of New York, Boston,. Philadelphia Washington, Pittsburg, and every other city, in which "The Great ...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 23 November 1900

VOL VII NO. 24 CURRENT I COMMENT During the Past Week of Men and things—Man Burned at the Stake in Col= orado — Notes. Preston Porter, the Negro rapist, \ paid an awful penalty for the horrible • crime he committed on the innocent ': little- 10-year-old girl, when he was ~y burned at the stake by an angry mob *-;., in Lincoln county, Colo., one day .;. last week. It seems to us that no :. punishment too severe could have been inflicted on a man guilty of a ; crime as heinous as that which Por !-: ter himself confessed to have com ; mitted on an innocent little girl, for .. rape in itself is enough to tempt any j parent to inflict death on a monster - who had so mistreated a daughter, -; but when rape is combined with ; murder, it becomes almost impossi •. ble for any parent to restrain him ; self from wreaking any kind £of vengeance on so guilty a ■ wretch. However, it seems to us that ;' the-men who participated in the ?. burning of Porter at the stake, com mited a worse crime agai...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 23 November 1900

The Seattle Republican The Fspnblican Pub. Co., Publishers OFFICE 714 THIRD AVENUE H. R. Cayton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES- One Year 2 c^ Six months . ..10 0 Three Months 60 Advertising rates Furnished upon application F.ntered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter. How about that Thanksgiving tur key, are we to have it? Washington, Lincoln and McKin ley, Uncle Sam's three ideal presi dents. The present November in Wash ington state has come pretty nearly showing itself. King county has done herself to a queen's finish, politically speaking, for the next decade or more. Albert Edward. Prince of Wales, is in his sixtieth year, and still Queen Victoria lives on. Long live the Queen! When the San Francisco Exam iner asked: "What need have we for a hell?" some one ought to have an swered, ""To put Democracy in." Senator James K. Jones may not be exactly crazy, but we believe his age is showing itself first in his mind and his thinking ta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 23 November 1900

ff POLITICAL POT-PIE : li wm mffCffi mmwi *** t—l ■it wciw Ift 11 wmi t^ fin last week's Republican the Pie maker declared that Tom Humes and his friends in King county ere personally responsible for the de feat of Senator Frink for the gov ernorship of this state. To prove what was said in that is sue to be a fact beyond a reasonable doubt, the official count of King ■ county is hereby referred to. While the mot>t of the Republican county nominees got a 800 majority at the polls, Mr. Lamping and Dr. . Hoye, respectively candidates for county auditor and coroner, and Humes men, received 2,250 majority, showing that Humes' followers knifed the balance of the ticket and voted for these men only, which very votes, if they had been cast for Frink, would have elected him gov ernor of the state. It is no trick at all to see who de feated Frink for governor, and one of these days Mayor Humes and his friends will have to talk this matter all over again. The election returns from East ern...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 23 November 1900

Two Reasonable Items — SPECIAL THIS WEEK MOC-A good six-foot Dining Tabl •V 3 made of m; pc; large 42-int square top. *<•* fjrr— A neat cross-bar base Dining 9/*VD Table; sojid oak; top is 4? inches square; nicely finished golden 6-t't. size. Standard Furniture Co. JOl2-J4-J6 FIRST AYE. PERSONA].. Mr. C. E. Mitchell, well known in Seattle and Tacoma, according to the New Age, of Portland, is dangerous ly ill in one of the hospitals of that city. Mr. Fred Lawrence, who has heen a resident of this city for a number of years, died at his home last Sat urday evening, and was huried from the A. M. E. church last Tuesday. Mr. Lawrence was one of the pillars of the A. M. E. church, and has heen one of the foremost Afro-Americans of this city. He leaves a wife and one daughter to mourn his loss. Mr. J. E. Hawkins mourns the loss of his father, who died in St. Louis last Saturday. Mr. Hawkins is one of this city's leading attorneys and his father ranked among the best citizens of St. Loui...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 30 November 1900

VOL. VII NO. IS BROTHER II BLACK Under Critical Observation in the United States. , Kansas Has a Negro Prosecuting Attorney — Negroes in Large Numbers in Alaska Other Notes and Comments. • An interesting incident has been .'brought to the public notice in the state of Kansas, arising from the late ejection in that state. It oc curred in Graham county, in the northwest part of the state. . As rival candidates for the office of prosecut ; ing attorney of that county the Re publican convention named Henry ■ J. Harwi and the Fusion convention named W. L. Savers. The former is of a well-known Jewish family am' •partakes, for the most part of all their customs and habits, while the tatters is most decidedly an Ameri can Xegro. Both of these races are most unfavorably looked upon by j the American people, and it is rather remarkable that representatives from these races should have been nomin ated as opposing candidates, when there were a score or more of other \ lawyers in the county equa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 30 November 1900

The Seattle Republican The Republican Pub. Co., Publishers OFFICE 714 THIRD AVENUE H. R. Cayton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES- One Year 2 cO Six months 10 0 Three Months 60 Advertising rates Furnished upon application F.ntered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter. For what were you thankful? Thanksgiving was all lovely, and already the Xmas goose hangs high. Turkey and Greece certainly worked well together yesterday. The man with the snow was much in evidence, even in Seattle, the land of perpetual flowers, the other day. Not many thanks arose from tur keys' breasts yesterday, and yet tur keys' breasts brought down many thanks. Full dinner pail promises to go down in history as the real para mount issue of the 1900 presidential campaign. President Mellen, like tin: stranger in Xew York, has caught on to the push and pluck of Seattle and it looks as though in the future he intended to push her along. It is rather remarkable the num ber ...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 30 November 1900

f POLITICHL POT-PIE J With that dare-devil braggadocio M characteristic of Tom Humes he rises to remark in the Demo-Pop evening paper that he has been elect ed mayor of this city, and elected by the Republicans, and he made no bones in stating that he was going to run the city on a wide-open policy when he was a candidate. The chief argument of Tom Humes from time to time has always been vituperative sarcasm, and believing this an op portune time to make another such a ruse as that, he hisses at the Re publican party, ''You knew I was going to do it: why did you elect me?" If there be one thing for which Tom Humes is famous more than all others it is base political in -, gratitude. man who lias ever ar dently supported II nines for office but. who was subsequently downed by Humes, and always as soon as he succeeded in getting the office which he sought. The Republican party has given Humes an office ever since he has been in the county, which has been fifteen or more years, and now ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 30 November 1900

Two Reasonable ■ Items — SPECIAL THIS WEEK ft A f\rr— A good six-foot Dining Table, j4iV9 made of maple; large 42-inch square top. Ifi f\C— A neat cross-bar base Dining -5)1 «YD Table; solid oak; top is 42-inches square; nicely finished golden 6-ft. size. Standard Furniture Co. 1012-14-16 FIRST AYE. . Mr. Frank Abrahams, who was so badly injured in the Eenton street car wreck, was discharged from the hospital last Wednesday. He is still unable to return to his work, but is quite able to go home.- WALTER WALKER, in "That Man." IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington, for King County.— Lyman E. Knapp and A. H. Foote, part ners under the firm name of Knapp & Foote, Plaintiffs, vs. Tille Olbrich Ma sur (nee Matilda Olbrich). Defendant. ♦ No. 30,388. Summons by Publication. State of Washington to Til ie Olbrich Ma siir, Defendant: You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to wit: within sixty (60) days a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 7 December 1900

VOL. VII NO. 25 BROTHER II BLACK Under Critical Observation in the United States. No More Negroes in Congress Tvs kegee's Tenth Conference-Ta coma's Turner—Civil Rights Case in Spokane—New York Race Riot. When the fifty-sixth congress shal have become a thing of the past and it.- membership retired to pri vate life, it will mark an 'epoch in the political-history of this country such as has not been witnessed since ih:o. There will retire from that con gress the lion. George H. White, of North Carolina, who for the past h\ years has been a member of that body, and who might be said to some extent to represent the Xegroes of the United States in the chief law making body of the country, and with him every vestige of Afro- Americanism retires from the Uni ted States congress. Since 1870, when Dr. Hiram R. Revels was elected to the United States senate from the state of Mis sissippi to succeed Jefferson Davis, the late president of the Confeder ate states, there has always been a Xegro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 7 December 1900

The Seattle Republican the Btpnbliean Pub. Co., Publishers OFFTCE 7i4 THIRD AVENUE H. R. Cayton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES' One Year 2 c Six months 10 00 Three Months 60 Advertising rates Furnished upon application Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter. Maj. Cole, the Whatcom politi cian, seems to be something o: a financier in his own peculiar way. Oscar Wilde, of much private as well as public notoriety both in Eu rope and America, literary and otherwise, is dead and laid to rest —something he seems to have never fully enjoyed while on earth. Now that the Japs have been given the right to vote in British Co lumbia they should no longer be compelled to fish for a living. Samoan cannibals must be Catho lic inclined, as they recently made a savory meal out of a Catholic mis sionary. Hon. Wilfred Allen, of Whitman county, who seems to have gotten not quite enough votes to elect him as a member of the legislature, pro poses to c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 7 December 1900

f POLITICAL POT-PIE Ji 1 The man who first said "Polities makes strange bedfellows" must haw spoken from personal experience, 01 he was either a prophet or a son of a prophet, or he never could have said so wise a thing. Politics cer tainly makes strange bedfellows, and often strange fellows who happen to fall into the same political bed make ■■'■ queer political bedfellows. To see \ the Sunday school scholar, the preacher, the school teacher, the business man, the man about town, the saloon keeper, the gambler, the habitue of the vile dens of a city all hobnobbing together in a political scrap is to say the least, a remark able scene. Each of them must have some queer feelings when they look around and see the men with whom they are associating. For the preacher and the pothouse politic ian to join hands in the same politi cal undertaking and to sec them in close conference is a spectacle for ' the gods, and which one of the two i- being elevated by the association is a quandry for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 7 December 1900

R. A. GRAHAM, Comedian, tcith -A Cirrus did." HUNDREDS OF Seasonable things here for practical Holiday giving— Welcome, whether looking or buying. A Sample Value, $3.95 Attractive Reed Rocker, cane seat, exact ly like p et j c Big Catalog free to out-of-town folks. Standard Furniture company 1012-14-16 First Aye. HOLIDAY GOODS, Denny-Cory ell Co., 716 First avenue. Mr. A. J. Peterson, of Roslyn, Wash., is attending business college in this city. Mr. Win. Wilson, who has been in Dawson City and Nome for the past two years, has returned to the city and will winter in Seattle. Mrs. Joseph Bennett, who has been so seriously ill for the past three months, is able to be about again. Mr. W. H. White, who went East a few Aveeks ago on account ot" the death of his father, returned last Tuesday evening. » Judge J. E. Eisedorph is prepar ing to winter in Southern California for the sake of his health. The merchants of Seattle have al ready begun to do a most excellent business in selling Chris...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 14 December 1900

VOL VII NO. 26 IRAN'S . LARGE BID : To Build a Government Man of-War. Brief Sketch of Ship-Building on Pacific Coast During Past Year, Which Was Unprecedented i With Many More for Next Year. ■'— For the first time in the history of' ' the state of Washington one of its citizens has perhaps successfully bid - i to the United States government to -„ build one of its proposed men of war. '} The firm of Moran Bros., who some l[ years .ago began operations in this r city, has steadily grown and kept *j pace with this thriving city, and their plant is now equal in every respect to < many of the plants to be found in J the East that are yearly receiving : contracts from the government to v build large vessels for its service. ■;; Bids were advertised for for the -• building of men-of-war by the gov r. ernment within the past few months, •;:• and it occurred to the Moran Bros., ■ as well as their friends, that they v could successfully bid for such work, I and therefore the necessary pap...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 14 December 1900

The Seattle Republican The Bvpnbllcan Pub. Co., Publishers OFFICE 714 THIRD AVENUE H. R. Cayton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATEB- One Year 2 co Six months 10 0 Three Months 60 Advertising rates Furnished upon application Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second ' Class Mail Matter. There can be no "ladies' entrance" to saloons, for no lady ever went in to a saloon unless if was to horse whip the bartender. Not a single arrest was made last Sunday by the police of this city, and on Monday they were the most tickled lot that one has seen for a good many moons. Perhaps the sultan of Turkey is friendly to the United States, but if he is, he has a d-arned poor way of showing it. Eev. Carlson must have gotten a tip from Major Cole as to how to handle a client's money to the best personal advantage. According to the daily reports from the various sections of this state, human life is a rather cheap article just now. Sin begets vice, and vice begets death. Lei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 14 December 1900

|T POLITICAL POT-PIE ! Since the formal announcement of Levi Ankenv as a candidate for the -^United states senate in 1902 has been made much speculation as to the real outcome of that contest has been indulged in by the citizens of Seattle." Said one gentleman who was a strong Wilson man in 1898: "I- would not be surprised to see Levi Ankeny elected to the United .States senate in 1903. He has his friends well organized, and they are continuing to organize in those sec-; tions where he has not already or ganized. I may be mistaken, but I am of the opinion that the majority I of- the present hold-over senators will favor the election of Ankeny, and if that be true, and I don't doubt » it, it will give him a strong founda tion, on which to begin operations ■He will have an equal show at get ting- 'his share of the senators that will-be- elected in the fall of 1902, and there is no doubt but that he will have a strong following among the Republican representatives of tb,g, lower house ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 14 December 1900

Hundreds of Practical Things Here for the Holiday going— This is surely The Holiday Store. Our big Catalog Ire* to out*of < town folks. Hid Furniture Company 1012-14-16 First Aye. a^UilUUUillilililiUlUiiiUUUUimUAHiiiut I Our... I 1 Holiday Stock | lls the Talk I 10f the Town j 3 "AMAZING" is the expres- : 3 sion of all who have seen it. : 3 A Wonderful Display of rich ► 3 and artistic designs in Dia- t ■ Z monds, Watches, Jewelry, ► 3 Silverware, Leather Goods, ► 3 Rich Cut Glass. Umbrellas, £ s__ etc., to be seen no where in ► 3 ~" this city except in This ► 3 Store, and they cost you no : 2 more thsn others ask you : 3 for inferior goods. • 3 We "Want to make our Xmas : 3 business this year, larger ► 3 than ever—and the best of ' 3 goods at the lowest prices • 3 we know will do it. • 2 A Pleasure to show you our goods * 3 and prices whether you pur- » 3 chase or not. t 3 "We Want Your Business." I I GRAHAM & MOORE I 3 Jewelers and Diamond Merchants P 3 705 Second Avenue E 3...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 21 December 1900

VOL. VII NO. 27 UTEMS OF INTEREST kCulled and Collected From the World of Science. A General Observation of Men and Things—Pacts and Figures About Nations and Their Customs— Uncle Sam's Great Commercial Increase. The republ;cjjf France has twen -ty-two organ manufactories. There are at present employed on British railroads 400,000 men, at wages aggregating more than $125, --000,000 annually. In the United States the piano manufactures reach the total sum of $85,000,000. The output in Chica go ranked second in the United States. In the United States there are 150 rubber manufactories, employing 15,000 operators, who produce 280, --000 tons of goods annually, valued at $250,000,000. The first woman law graduate of the world was Mrs. Ada Kepley, of Illinois, who received a diploma from the Northwestern University in 1890. During a campaign in Canada, campaign buttons cannot be worn, as , the Dominion franchise act says no person shall exhibit any sign of his political faith; after the ...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 21 December 1900

The Seattle Republican Th« Hipnbllcan Pub. Co.. Publishers OFFICE 714 THIRD AVENUE H. R. Cayton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES* One Year --^c Six months vXa Three Months w Advertising rates Furnished upon application Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second * w Class Mail Matter. A Christmas gift to you. And now a French Hayes is to be applied to the Sullivan estate. An Alaskan water mark has been wiped out in the destruction of the good steamer City of Topeka. "A head full of bad whisky" has made a murderer out of better dis positioned men than Elisha Francis. No gentleman will use profanity in the presence of women, whether such be ladies or otherwise. When W. F. Hayes cannot trump up a pretext to tackle a rich estate, it is a cold, cold day. With all our heart The Seattle Re publican wishes you a Mery Christ mas and a Happy New Year. If there were less whisky sold at the mining camps and fewer vaga bonds allowed to loaf around the premises there w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 21 December 1900

I POLITICAL POT-PIE 1 From the Whatcom Blade the fol lowing bit of political information has been gleaned: "The Hon. Jesse A. Frye has been selected by Senator Foster to 'succeed District Attorney W. R. Gay, of Seattle." Just why Mr. Foster should want to reward Mr. Frye is more than the Pie-maker can figure out. Mr. Frye, it will be remembered, jumped from first one senatorial candidate to another while he was a member of the legislature in 1899, and no one of the three leading candidates could ever bank .on him supporting him from one day to the other. He was elected as an out-and-out Wilson man, and promised until Mr. Foster was elect ed that he was coming to Mr. Wil son, and he was only waiting until he could get all of the Northwest members in line, when he would bring them all with him. That he was deceiving Mr. Wilson his subse quent acts have proven. He voted for Mr. Foster until he thought there was a prospect of Mr. Ankeny's being elected, whereupon he jumped from Foster t...

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