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

SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. XII, NO. 22 The Seattle Republican Established May, 1892 H. R. Cayton Editor and Publisher Susie Revels Cayton 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. Miss Marie Cauru is making a hard fight over the Sullivan estate, but a million looks good any old day. It is good to learn that not only is the backbone of the yellow fever broken, but the quarantine has been lifted. Can an army officer live within his in come? is a question exercising the minds of quite a few at this time. If he can live with in his income he accomplishes that which gets the best of two-thirds of those not con nected with the army in any way. Reports are coming in from the Southland how when they cheered President Roosevelt he acknowledged it with smile and bow, his hat raised, meanwhile. We understand. We've witnessed that same bow, shared that sa...

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. — 27 October 1905

AT A MINING CAMP. Pay day in a mining camp is always a holiday beginning. The company begins to pay on Saturday afternoon and continues until late Saturday evening, and finishes up Monday. "The fun," which has been lying dormant for a month, wakes up as soon as the first man gets his check and has it cashed, which, for the most part, is done by some saloonkeeper, who keeps on oversupply of fun for those occasions. In every drink shop a band of musicians opens the fun, but before the pay day holiday season is far ad vanced those who have risked their lives in the bowels of the earth, make their own music, and their discordant melodies can be heard until their earnings have all been gathered in by the "firewater" man. To watch the miners get relieved of their hard earned money is a study which would be in teresting even to the gods. But by Tuesday the miners are all ready for another month's hard work, and they go to it. The whistles, bells and bumpers (coal coming up and being dumped...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 October 1905

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1905. HUMAN ODDITIES. It is estimated that there are five young men to every young woman in Muskogee, and during an evening a young lady is not surprised to receive calls from four differ ent young men. Quite different from the state of affairs in Seattle. Here the young ladies often bunch together fro protection and go forth without male escort. Ladies dance with each other or with married gen tlemen because the young men are so sadly in the minority. # * # One William Wilson, a stonecutter of Bel lingham, who recently died a pauper, proved himself so much the exceptional as to pro duce a lowered estimate of his reasoning faculties. In the deceased man's trunk were letters indicating that he was an heir to a large estate, which his high sense of un worthiness caused him to refuse. That kind of a sense of unworthiness is a thing which does not come in this world. And many have to wonder what manner of man this Wilson was, any way. Acme Publishing Co. 214 COLUMBIA...

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

Learn to Write: It would almost seem that penmanship is sadly neglected in these days of machine writing. Every boy and girl thinks of stenography and typewriting as acquisitions which insure a good living. To master these much money is spent in bus iness colleges and then many hard years of nervous work is required to attain anything like speed and efficiency to hold a good po sition. The boy or girl who becomes a good plain, neat penman, who learns spelling and the meaning of words, who masters the rules of punctuation and simple bookkeeping has no trouble of ever getting a good position and holding it. Gentlemen Know Us Otir Tailoring on the Man Will Do the Rest New Goods Have Arrived and now on display Quality Considered and Prices are the Lowest in City IRVING & CANNON tailors 211 COLUMBIA STREET - SEATTLE THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN The Delusion of Office : All one has to do is to casually read the names of the various aspirants to the office of mayor of Seattle to see how easy...

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

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1905. THE PASSING THRONG A Story: "I was down in California the other day," said Attorney Wilson R. Gay, "when on the train going into Frisco the oc cupants of the Pullman smoking room were discussing a phase of the psychology of crim inals manifested in the well authenticated fact that a criminal usually commits but one kind of crime, that is the burglar never com mits forgery and the forger never commits" burglary, and so with every other class of criminals. Each has his specialty, "pro fesh," or "trade" in the line of crime. Sev eral instances were mentioned to prove this peculiarity of the criminal class when a Cali fornia n set all doubts at rest by telling of a case in point which occurred and is court record in his county. He said that several years ago a man stole a horse and rode him a few miles away into a valley, where he was captured and after trial sentenced to a term in the San Quentin prison. After serving his term and getting a liberal allowance f...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 October 1905

CURRENT EVENTS. HAYTI'S NEW MINISTER. Announcement has been made that Henry W. Furniss of Indiana, now Consul at Bahia, Brazil, will be ap pointed Minister to Hayti to succeed William F. Powell of New Jersey, who will resign. Both Minister Powell and Consul Furniss are negroes and have excellent records in the Government service. Mr. Powell was appointed Minister to Hayti in 1897. Mr. Fur niss became Consul at Bahia in 1898. His present salary is $3,000. As Min ister to Hayti he will receive $7,500 annually. Mr. Powell was generally acknowl edged to be second to none in efficiency among the members of his race who have represented and now represent the American Government abroad. He had the thorough confidence of the late Secretary Hay, who frequently spoke of the splendid service Mr. Powell rendered under trying condi tions. His activity in caring for Amer ican interests in Hayti made him ex ceedingly unpopular with the authori ties of that country, and he was es pecially attacked ...

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

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1905 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF the State of Washington for the County of King. _ Nellie M. Smith, plaintiff, vs. Sam uel W. Smith, defendant. No. . Summons by Publication. The State of Washington to the said Samuel W. Smith, defendant: You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty days after the date of the first publication of this sum mons, to-wit: within sixty days after the 22nd day of September, A. D., 1905 and defend the above entitled action in the above entitled court an danswer the complaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attor ney for plaintiff at his office below stated; and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint, which has been filed with the Clerk of said Court The obiect of the said action is to dis solve the bonds of matrimony ei cis}" ing between the plaintiff and defend ant herein on the grounds of aban donment and extreme cuelty, and...

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

LOCAL PERSONAL. Mrs. Fletcher Oliver is convalescent. Mr. George Hayes spent two weeks in Bellingham. Mrs. George Grose is at home again with her mother at 109 Bell street. She is yet undecided where she will spend the winter. It is true that the young men have come to life and will give a masked ball on the 30th at Ben Hur Hall, Ninth and Yesler. Master Claudius Norris has been in disposed for several days, but will be able to resume his studies on next Monday morning. The church entertainment given last Thursday evening and managed by Mrs. J. G. Gayles was a grand suc cess. Mrs. Gayles extends her thanks to those who so ably assisted her. Mr. W. M. Wiley, who some weeks ago was hurt on a Medison street car, is able to be out on the streets again. Mr. S. S. Scott is out of danger. The operation which he underwent, however, was a very dangerous one and his friends are glad that he stood it so well. Little Cora freeman, who was thrown from a Madison street car last Sunday night, is i...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 3 November 1905

SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. XII, NO. 23 The Seattle Republican Established May, 1892 H. R. Cayton Editor and Publisher Susie Revels Cayton 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. Chief of the Police Delaney sprung a sur prise on the expectant small boy with his Hallowe'en restriction order. # # # "Be gentle," preached Rev. Mathews to the girls. A little of that practiced by the men would not be wholly out of place. # # # Coal Oil John is now with us- and from his hight he seems quite long enough to inspect the Alaska block, let alone a barrel of oil. # # # The "open work stocking," when on a pretty leg, may be "full of danger," but it's a danger of which few men have any horrors. # # # The extravagance of the Seattle officials in handling the public funds has reached the alarming state and it is almost time that some conservatism be used or t...

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

against James E. Zook, mayor of Ballard, has undergone some very trying ordeals dur ing the suit and is now required to have an X-ray picture taken of her lungs. The de fendant claims as his reason for not mar rying her that her lobes are affected. Mr. Zook'B discarded fiancee may or may not get the muchly desired $25,000, but those opti mistically inclined say the fight she is put ting forth will have a tendency to make the sterner sex think twice about matrimon ial affairs before speaking once. * # # IS HUMAN NATURE DISHONEST? The natural passimist can find all the en couragement he wants in the recent stories of respectable men who have men with temptation and have not been able to with stand. The confession of young Leonard, who had been one of the trusted employes of a big New York bank, but who obtained hundreds of thousands of dollars through forgery; the defalcation of Dougherty, the prominent member of the National Educa tional Association, and the respected pres ident of t...

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

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1905. die West. Mr. Conant is one of the most popular business men of this city and his presence at his accustomed place last Mon day was hailed by every one who came in with the warmest of greetings at his return. "As is the case with every one, Avho re turns home after an absence of some length of time and after a long travel, I am ex ceedingly glad to be in Seattle again, and equally pleased to meet my Seattle friends, who have and are giving me such a warm welcome," came from Mr. Conant one day this week, "but," continued he, "permit me to say I had the time of my life while I was away. Friends and business men in Chi cago, Cincinnati, Boston and Indianapolis, in which places I had either lived or done busi ness, gave me the warmest welcome I had ever before received. In all of those places I was dined at the leading clubs and shown the city in either autos or carriages by first one and then another until I began to think I had really found what DeSoto failed...

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

POLITICAL POT-PIE SOON The candidate will prate till late And early every day, He'll shout and spout and go about In auto, car, coupe. He'll be your friend and lend and spend, All kinds of schemes he'll flout; Upon the street he'll greet and treat The man who has a vote. The ladies tall and small he'll call Names of the sweetest kind. Without a miss he'll kiss (what bliss) Each baby he can find; He'll clasp your hand and stand and grand ly tell you of his deeds, And from his wad, egad, how glad* He is to give who needs; Your ribs he'll poke, the joke you spoke Just makes him laugh out loud; He has a bin of tin to win The doubtful, shoutful crowd. And so I think and think and think (I know whereof I speak) We'd roll in gold if we would hold Elections every week. # # * Democracy, like Populism, in the state of Washington, is almost a thing of the past At the last state election the Democratic candidates with one exception did not poll but a few more votes than did the Pops and as a re...

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

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1905. Speaking about Whitman county politi cians reminds the Pie-maker that while in Colfax a few days ago he was surprised to run into the very arms of Martin J. Maloney, one of the two Democratic representatives in the last legislature, who is now the owner of a first class hotel in that city. Martin was the political wiseacre of the last legislature, but in his new role when politics is mention ed he just looks wise and says to the gang, "It's on me," and if he does not drown the memories of the past in the "juice of the forbidden fruit" it's no fault of his. "I am a hotel man and am not in politics,'' he whis pered to the Pie-maker, "and you will do me a great favor to cut me out of your political round up. But let me tell you, Democrats are awful scarce articles in this neck of the woods." # * # Dave Larimer has not been doing the po litical stunt on the Spokesman Keview for some time, and perhaps will never do so again, though he hopes things will come his ...

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

COLORED COLONISTS. It is not generally known, neverthe less a fact, that Eastern Washington has two distinct Negro colonies, small though they be. The older of these is in the Sunnyside district, which is the extreme eastern boundary of Yak ima county, one of the most prosper ous as well as progressive counties in the state. The other is in Benton and Klickitat counties, which is not near so old as the one in Sunnyside. As already said, the colonies are small in numbers, but what they lack in numbers they make up in vim and sticktuitiveness, which means at no very distant date a glowing success. It was in 1892 when a few colored men left the coal camps of Roslyn and went down in the Yakima valley and took up homesteads. Their min ing comrades gave them the horse laugh with "Your lands will never be worth the filing claims," but to that they paid no heed. Ever since they have worked away improving as best they could those homesteads, believ ing they could eventually make good and com...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 3 November 1905

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1905. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF the State of Washington for the County of King. Nellie M. Smith, plaintiff, vs. Sam uel W. Smith, defendant. No. . Summons by Publication. The State of Washington io the said San-.uel W. Smith, defendant: You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty days after the date of the first publication of this sum mons, to-wlt: within sixty days after the 22nd day of September, A. D., 1905 and defend the above entitled action In the above entitled court, an danswer the complaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attor ney for plaintiff at his office below stated; and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint, which has been filed with the Clerk of said Court. The object of the said action is to dis soive the bonds of matrimony exist ing between the plaintiff and defend ant herein on the grounds of aban donment and extreme cuelty, and...

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

PERSONAL. Mrs. Lizzie Donalson is visiting with her parents and relatives at Belma this week. Mr. and Mrs. Carter Nicholas, who was formerly engineer at Roslyn, but wi.o is now located in the Sunnyside valley, where he has a farm and re ports himself getting on very well. The many friends of Mr. William Orey, who at one time ran a barber shop on Yesler Way, will regret to learn that in the big conflagration at Mabton last Sunday evening his shop and its contents were burned. He carried no insurance, and he estimates his loss at $200. He and Frank T. Anderson ran the shop and alternately went to their respective ranches. Mr. Wilson, who has been living in Seattle for some time, but who last year bought a small ranch near Zillah, left for that point last Monday, with the view of spending the winter there. He thinks he will get a rig and go through the country buying up tur keys and take them home and fatten them for the market. The dealers in North Yakima have asked that he give them ...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 10 November 1905

Seattle republican VOL. XII, NO. 24 The Seattle Republican Established May, 1892 H. R. Cayton Editor and Publisher Susie Revels Cayton 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. What a nuisance of a noise some of our citizens are making about the noise nui sance. Many a poor girl is kept busy seeking some worthy m%n whom she might marry, but Miss Alice Koosevelt has to employ her time denying alleged engagements. The fact that every county in the state is represented in the student body at the Uni. versity of Washington is evidence that the institutin is progressive as well as popular. The onward march of progress brings its attending changes in all the avenues of life, Pope Pius X finally permitting a telephone to be placed in the Vatican is but one of the many changes with which the times are preg nant. -***p^ SALARIES YOU READ ABOUT .—fe ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 10 November 1905

EDITORIAL. Hearst was counted out by the McClelland machine, but Jerome has an eye on the ma chine. If there be a "race problem" in this coun try no one but those looking for it has ever as yet been able to find it. Sensation hunters certainly got their moneys worth from the Zook-Grover breach of promise suit. It truly furnished food for fools. "Was Cole and Murphy found guilty for being caught or for unprofessional prac tices? Let him who is without sin cast the first stone. There has never been a time in the his tory of Seattle when affairs at the police headquarters were handled from such a high standpoint. Municipal ownership may not be the burn ing issue in Seattle, but it more than held its own in the recent elections in the East. It's coming; in fact, it's already in the air. There is hardly an iota of truth in the report that eighteen million people are starv ing in Russia. The Russian raw-hide and bloody bones starvation uprising reads like a lie. An afternoon sensation say...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 10 November 1905

FRIDAY, NOV. 10, 1905. The young men of the city seem to feel the need of organizing a new commercial body for business reasons and to that end a tem porary organization was first entered into which subsequently became permanent, and the following officers of the enterprise were elected at its last meeting: President, George H. Revelle; secretary, Homer L. Bull. Both of these gentlemen are well known in the city and it is very generally believed that, as an organization, it will do nothing but what will redound to the good of the city from a commercial standpoint. However, it seems to the casual observer that if those interested in the new organization would have taken hold of the chamber of commerce, which has been in existence for years, and helped to push it along, the one body could have done more good with all pulling together than the two, but the deed is done now and lets hope that both of them will get busy and see to it that the Alaska exhibition for 1907 is a glowing succe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 10 November 1905

POLITICAL POT-PIE The fight for the senatorship to succeed Senator Levi Ankeny has already loomed up in the distance and if Mr. Ankeny succeeds himself it will be after he has had the fight of his life and he will have spent almost as much money in doing so as he did to first get elected, which it is claimed figured up to some $750,000. Senator Ankeny will not be able to control the section of the state in which he lives by a good deal. Eastern Washington is all shot to pieces from a po litical standpoint and it begins to look at this stage of the game that, it will come to the next legislature supporting at least a half dozen candidates for the United States senatorship. Senator Ankeny, of course, will be the leading candidate and will get votes from various counties, but from the east side he will by no means be able to get as many votes as the opposing candidates. It is not believed at this time that he will get a single vote from Spokane county unless he buys it outright. He has...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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