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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 August 1905
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 August 1905
SEATTLE THE SOLID By Will H. Parry, President Parry Investment Company, President Seattle & Lake Washington Waterway Company, President Hill Tract Improve ment Company; Treasurer Seattle Chamber of Commerce. Seattle, by reason of her geographical position, is the gateway between the United States and the Orient. It is on the short est line of travel between New York and our new possessions in the Pacific. It is located where all the great transcontinental rail ways meet the commerce of the world in the Pacific Ocean. It is the home port of James J. Hill's mammoth merchant ships, the largest in the world, and has several other well established steamship lines to the Orient. Its mag nificent harbor is protect ed from storms and is ac cessible to the largest ves sels that float at all times and at all stages of the tide. It has large and commodious docks and wharves for the accommo dation of commerce, and has no burdensome port or wharfage charges. It has a foreign commerce which i...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 August 1905
Friday. Aug. 11, 1905 |Bank. and OrricE Buiumnq, ™*-~ . • ' I TneAmekjoo. <&»iylng«& fV>Mt<. and Trust Co., §r J^K\ JUDOrff. TmOI^S &URKE. . ■ W^^ ' COR*ECOMDAVfc.** <DMftDLSOC-< *T.. Jem tue. . W*»sn. '&£]s&& ???' 'a-?H wii"«ss' IN COURSE OP ERECTION BY AMERICAN SAVINGS & TRUST CO. AND JUDGE THOMAS BURKE. THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN THE COl.lU.ir BUILDING.
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 August 1905
:^Miiiar at lj iLJIIi IF (Li In O t«P^ ~-'*77*»" 1 EBl IB KB iff j^B |H jpl ■B#1#:lA»-'3.lB-# rHi^H JIT'U HBBH '^afl 105 S^ ■ tf^^9 BBBBBS^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ *^^ rj'.;'-i*^Jr*r-t'j■ ■ a HMHliiiMiiiiii ' " ilSwk\iflß 8E!,....,,,,. <^a &^4^>*^'(' *i»sf^^j< t*-^^sf'* BBB^h^' .Z23i THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN THE BURKE BUILDING. THE FBYE COMPANY PLANT. Friday, Aug. 11, 1905
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 August 1905
Friday, Aug. 11,1905 i SB if ~^^^hT * E^b IS Bl I I ■!! :-ll; II 1.1 ,B1 |H ili: ra?^/C ~M j»f||i S 3ni iBSfIt r! if PlWPaßß^™ Bpbs! |gSaTHifii|'*''^|Bi I "Bs®^" BSfififlHßSHKii #* W — -■ -.._-■ W m± -~v^» ■_ 1| - - W •• "M .- ;-.v.-. r 'o*-»«?»" «"*• 1^ "-*" the Seattle republican HAI.LER BUILDING. CAKBTI3GIE PUBLIC LIBEAET.
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 August 1905
A.F. Hkide. The J. D. Lowman Building, now in course of construction at the corner of First Avenue and Cherry Street. The building will be ten stories high, all steel construction and absolutely fire-proof. Interior finish will be marble and metal—no wood. Will contain about 150 office rooms and be equipped with modern conveniences throughout. H^ ilff] MV I#j THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN KINO COUNTY COURT HOUSE, Friday, Aug. 11,1905
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 August 1905
Friday, Aug. 11,1905 JOHN RIPLINGER, City Comptroller. SAMUEL F. RATHBUN, City Treasurer. R. H. THOMSON, City Engineer. THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN JOHN B. GORDOiN, Police Judge. RICHARD A. BALLJNGER, Mayor. / ft, A. L. WALTERS, Supt. Street Dept. THOMAS DELANEY, Chief of Police. ■""*" ■■ SCOTT CALHOUN, Corporation Counsel. dk WA L. B. YOUNGS, Supt. Water Dept.
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 August 1905
Mil ißt m FRANK P. MULLEN. Councilman at Large. /I N i\ DR. J. E. CRICHTON. Councilman Eighth Ward. THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN H. C. GILT.. Councilman Third Ward. JAMES CONWAY. Councilman First Ward. I -*'- JOB D. W. BOWEN. Councilman at Large. , ■^;"W^i^ > ARNOLD ZBINDEN. Councilman Sixth Ward. Friday, Aug. 11, 1905
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 August 1905
Friday, Aug. 11, 1905 ■f m W m Mr C. H. BURNETT. Councilman at Large. iHij^mi ■ ■ it m H. P. RUDE. Councilman at Large. I. IRVING T. COLE. Councilman Fourth Ward. THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN M * 4 Ik J9| I « ,^ffl f' T. M. DAUI/.TON. Councilman Seventh Ward. W. H. MURPHY. Councilman Ninth Ward. J. S. JOHNSTON. Councilman Second Ward. SCOTT BENJAMIN. Councilman Fifth Ward.
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 August 1905
I ' F •"* d W*" 'HB fl -' 90 ' I |; fc fc 111 | » SCHWAEACHER BROS. & CO. BLOCK. *i*T l""I^^f lwT" —•"^'••^■flH Hal BmAmishml — ■ 7 THIRD AVENUE THEA.TKE. UNION DEPOT. THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN OBAND OPERA HOUSE. A _ Ik 'Cl ■■■'■ wL Wk ' '' I JmaL '■ - Rib. I J^^ SEATTLE THEATRE. Friday, Aug. 11, 1905 JOHN COST.
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 August 1905
"Ml ff iff UF " AVsTIE^ ■« ■PI yjfl pß^ilfc^y»BHiiyta#li^»jMß)itß^v»wßKMU 1 V>lbl ibbv'.^■uHnHKL JflS' B3ttJJWBBvJBBbHbmB^&^jw^BB j^ftti*vlt JM j i # -^6 * I *3 #■ , ■ ■ t W&nr^lf ifflFft * y^HBKaSEJBrTrM SElvwl '«p''^« BBSs THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN Friday, Aug. 11, 1905 HOADWAY— VOLUNTEER PARK. FERN GROWTH—WASHINGTON PARKWAY. FOREST PATH—WOODLAND PAHK.
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 August 1905
Friday. Aug. 11, 1905 PARK COMMISSIONERS—I9O4. Charles W. Saunders, president: E. F. Blame, Charles U. Clarke, J. Ed. Shrews bury, C. -T. Smith: Jno. Riplinger, city comp troller, secretary. CHARI.ES W. SAUUDERS. While Seattle can not boast of parks as highly beautified or as well designed as are found in many of the Eastern cities, still she has a vnst amount of park acreage, which, under the present park commission ers, are bein<>' gradually worked up to a high state of cultivation. The voters of Seattle. at a regular election, delegated to the park commissioners the power to expend the park fund in the beautifying of the parks as to City Park— Acres. Acres. ' park 125,000 Cemetery 110.186 125.000 Woodland Park 196.260 Washington Park 127.990 Volunteer Park — Park 43.991 Reservoir Site 4.387 48.«>78 Kinnear Park 14000 Lincoln Park — Park 3.227 Reservoir Site 7-856 11.083 Denny Park 5.220 Somerville Tract No. 2 6.000 Queen Anne Hill Tract 5.000 Tester Avenue Slide 1294 Bea...
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 August 1905
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 August 1905
Friday, Aug. 11,1905 SAM H. PILES. JAMES A. MOORE. 188 Sr .. '188 A. B. STEWART. J. W. CLISE. THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN WILL E. HUMPHREY. KSfe Hi v^ -^ I HP*, m JOHN H. McGRAW. J. M. FRINK. JACOB FURTH. /Jm wiL\ fm B\ im mm A A. HEMRICH /*'■ mi ink - m m ! MET 1 ■■■■ Ja I THOMAS BURKE. & I WILLIAM PIGOTT. mm few J. M. COLMAN. JAMES D. HOGE.
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 August 1905
■ ■■■ 3 KENNETH MACKINTOSH. Prosecuting Attorney. A. W. FRATER. Superior Court Judge. 11l iIk"" '"^^j^B BBi B. B. ALBERTSON. Superior Court Judge. THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN /I r . X / 11 B& HI I BOYD J. TALLMAN. Superior Court Judge. fir Wk I Xt 1 MITCHELL, GILLIAM. Superior Court Judge. GEORGE K. MORRIS. Superior Court Judge. L. C. SMITH. Sheriff King County. ARTHUR E. GRIFFIN. Superior Court Judge. / Jk h\ OTTO A. CASE. Clerk Superior Court^ . Friday, Aug. 11,1905