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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 15 December 1905

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1905. Dwight A. Stratton, Dan Dean and others, hav ing been caught redhanded blackmailing business men last Tuesday, it is up to those men, if they want the city purged of such criminal scoundrels, to go before the prosecuting attorney and swear to complaints which will put each and every one of them in steel cages similar to the one now occupied by George E. Adams, a former Seattle society man. To be sure, one of the accused is a so-called society man, but if he is guilty of the offence as made pub lic in all of the daily papers, that "society man" is a worse criminal by many degrees than is Adams. For the newspapers to merely discharge them from their service and for the business men to let that end the whole matter will be to an extent condon ing crime and giving protection to criminals. The crime of blackmail is one of the most heinous in the category of criminology—yea, there is no crime wrose, unless it be the seduction of some innocent girl of tender year...

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. — 15 December 1905

The reported sale of the "Washington" seems to be Moore wind than money. Another Second avenue cut might take two bits from I. E. Moses, and he "wants the money." The usual three mishaps one after the other, occurred on the Great Northern last Saturday near Skykomish. The first man, E. A. Gates, had both legs cut off. The other, James Wolfe's head was cut clean off his body, and the third, B. Sears, had his right foot cut off. . Joe Gardner Wins (Nit)— The $75.00 swell dress suit that was raffled at the Temple de Hirsch, by accident, was won by a lady. It was staked out all right, but the funny part is, what is Joe going to do with the boy's suit he got? We think he had better save it up for the first heir to the gum foundry. According to court papers filed by Walter S. Fulton, that home of Buty on Fourteenth avenue was not so "butifully" conducted as homes owned by Italians are generally done. That Frank was a grand deceiver both Mrs. Fetta and her daughter Theresa now admit. The J...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 15 December 1905

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, X 905. ITOTICE TO ELECTORS. ifjoticß is hereby given that the dv- Dlicate'poll books of the several vot ing, piecincts of the City of Seattle for the year 1905, are now in the of fice of tjie City Comptroller and ex offlcio City Clerk in the City Hall in the City of Seattle, and that the same arS now open for the registra tion of voters, and the citizens of said city are het'eby notified that they can register at this office. Notice is further given that the duplicate registration poll books, for each, precinct in said City of Seattle will be open in such precincts for the registration of voters on the 26th and 27 th days of November, A. D. 1905 (being Saturday and Monday) between the hours of 9 a. m. and 9:30 o'clock p. m. on such days and at such places hereinbefore designated. And the citizens of said City of Seat tle are hereby further notified that they can register in their respective precincts on the days and between the hours above specified at the fol l...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 15 December 1905

Ihe reported sale of the "Washington" seems to he Moore wind than money. Another Second avenue cut might take two bits from I. E. Moses, and he "wants the money." 'I he usual three mishaps one after the other, occurred mi Hie (.Jreal Northern last Saturday near Skykomish. The first ""I". E. A. dates, had both legs cut off. The other. James Wolfe's head was cut clean off his body, and the third. B. Sears, had his righi foot cut oil. Joe Gardner Wins (Nit) -The $75.00 swell dress suit that was raffled at the Temple de Ilirsch, by accident, was won by ;i lady. li was staked nut all right, hut the runny part is, what is .liii' going to do with the hoy's suit he got? We think he had better save it up for the first heir to the gum foundry. According to court papers filed by Walter S. Fulton, that home of Buty on Fourteenth avenue \v;is noi so "butifully" conducted as homes owned by Italians are generally done. Thai Frank was a grand deceiver both Mrs. Fetta and her daughter Theresa now ad...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 15 December 1905

FRIDAY, DECEMBER L 3, 1905. NOTICE TO ELECTORS. Notice is hereby given that Hie du niicate poll books oi the several vot '.':. piecincta of the City of Seattle for the year 1905, are now In the or ! the City Comptroller and ex offlcio City Clerk in the City Hall in „,,. city of Seattle, and that the same are now open lor the registra tion of voters and the citizens oJ said city are hereby notified that they can register at this office. Sotice is further given that the duplicate registration poll I ks for each precinct in said City of Seattle w-ill t,.- open in such precincts tor the registration of voters on the 2oih and -Tih days of November, A. L>. 1905 (.being Saturday and Monday) between the hours <>l '.' a. m. and IKoU o'clock p. in- on such days and at such places hereinbefore designated. And the citizens of said City of Seat tle are herebj further notified that they can register in their respective precincts on the days and between the hours above specified at the fo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 15 December 1905

NOGIFTLIKETHE CHICKERING PIANO! The Baby Grand —what a gift of gifts! It can be had now—delivered Christ mas morning or Saturday night. Easy payments can be arranged if you desire. Could anything be better? Other famous instruments are the Weber-Pianola Piano—the pianola built inside the case of the upright. The Pianola—with the Metrostyle. Anr the Edison Phonograph, the Victor Talking Machine and their rec ords by the thousand. Guitars, Banjos, Mandolins and small musical instruments. Largest stock in the West. Lowest prices. D.SJOHNSTON Co. Burke Building 903 SECOND AVENUE. "The Jolly Girls," one of the newest extravaganza companies, is announced as the next attraction at the Seattle all next week. This company is got ten up on up-to-date lines, and con sists of vaudeville, extravaganza and burlesque. Two laughable musical extravaganzas are offered, giving the comedians unlimited scope for creat ing laughs, and affording the pretty girls many opportunities to cavort in pretty and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 22 December 1905

SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. XII, NO. 30 The Seattle Republican Established May, 1892 H. R. Cayton Editor and Publisher Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year 12.00 Six Months 100 Three Months 60 Published every Friday at 214 Columbia St Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second class Mail Matter. Merry Christmas to you. Next Monday and the real fun begins. If foot ball is not doomed it is generally damned. Are you a farmer? 'Nough said, you are a millionaire. Death Valley Scott is believed to have been sent to the place of which his name indicates. Yes, holiday shoppers do lose valuables, and they find worthless Christmas gifts in lieu, thereof. ■ • Basket ball, like, foot ball, seems to be get ting harder kicks after the season than it did during the season. If the same set of highwaymen held up tho N. P. last week that held up the G. N. some weeks ago, they are dead on to their job. Ah Sou must go back to China, so says the court, which must be like gall and w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 22 December 1905

POLITICAL POT-PIE Though no mayoralty Moses has 'come for ward to lead the politicians and especially the Republican ones out of the political wil derness, yet no great amount of uneasiness is being felt among them lest one does not arrive and not only arrive, but actually lead them across the Red sea safely into the land of Success as of yore. The candidacy of John F. Miller is not being taken seriously and the political workers do not think it will last to the end of the present year, to say nothing of his name going before the next Republican municipal convention. No one seems to have anything particular against Miller, only it is not believed he is a vote getter and the street corner politician is inclined to think the Republican nominee for mayor will need all of the votes he can get to win the next mayoralty contest in Seattle. It is claimed that Sam Rathbun no longer covets the nomination for mayor, as he has a bank scheme up his sleeve, which he will devote his time to after...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 22 December 1905

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1905. if the opposition party nominates a man, and especially Rev. Mathews, there will not be a grease spot left of him when Hi gets through with him on election day. # # • In the Fourth ward the Republicans many weeks ago decided whom they would nomi nate for mayor, and his name is Frederick Sawyer, who at present is proprietor of the Old Rainier. Whether a good or a bad man he seems to be without opposition, and the Democratic nominee is not feared, regardless of whom he may be. # # # Scott Benjamin is a candidate to succeed himself in the Fifth ward, and might be said to be without opposition, though Ellis Mor rison is willing if his constituents think he is the proper man, to accept the nomination if handed to him in a golden urn. "Under no circumstances will I make a scramble for the place, and will only accept it if tendered me by the delegates of the ward," Mr. Mor rison was overheard to say not long since. * * * In the Sixth ward Arnold Zbinden, the pres...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 22 December 1905

TRIALS OF THE WEEKLY PRESS. B. J. White has retired from the Island County Times and has been succeeded by P. H. Knott. Elitor White had built up a splendid country paper in the Times and so much so that his successor will have prac tically easy sailing. The annual number of the Ellensburg Dawn was issued last Thursday and is chock full of facts about the Kititas valley in gen eral and Ellensburg in particular. Those are the kind of papers that attract new set tlers to a community and the farmers and merchants of that valley, should see to it that many hundreds of copies of the Dawn be sent broadcast over the land, that the good qualities of the community may be come better known. When the East Washingtonian hurls the following at ex-Editor Lorton: "Eugene Lorton has resigned his position as editor of the Walla Walla Union, Sena tor Ankeny's paper. The retired editor is out in print, with a batch of scathing de nunciations of the political methods em ployed by the crowd with which h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 22 December 1905

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1905. By E. A. Brininstool. We talk of teaching kindness, yet 'tis plain enough that we Are often negligent in this regard, as you can see. What act more cruel than to dig the eyes out of potatoes Or break the squash's neck or coolly slice up the tomatoes? Tis grievous to think of pulling off the ears of corn, And one of sympathetic heart indignantly has sworn That only he who bears the stamp of an unfeeling felon Would have the nerve to knife a peach or plug a watermelon. . We spill the blood of beets without the slightest hesitation. And cut the hearts out of the trees without deliberation. We chop the heads of cabbages; we pull the beards of rye; We squeeze the lemon, thresh the wheat, and brutally we try To peel the onion, crush the fruit and strip bananas, then We jam the currants, and we show our heartless nature when We mash the turnips, whip the cream and grind the coffee-berry, And, shocking as it may appear, we always stone the cherry We pound the meat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 22 December 1905

ENGLISH STREET-SIGNS IN JAPAN English as it is written in Japan is most conspicuously amusing in the shop signs that adorn the streets of the larger cities. Sometimes they are sufficiently intelligible amid all their drollery. Anybody, for example, could guess what is mean by these or thographic and lexicographic mon strosities: "Shoes-Shop Manufaktaery;" "Wine, Beer and Other Medicines;" "Spiritual Liquors;" "Tobacco Nist;" "Photo gropist;" "Dealer in Coke and Cole for Both Ship and Land;" "Washins and Ironins;" "Carver and Gilder for Sail;" "Ladies Outfitter;" "The Best Per fuming Waters Anti-Fleas;" and even "Greatest Loafer in Nagasaki." But one has to hesitate for a sec ond or so before "French Infections" resolves itself into "French Confec tions," and "Berber" into "Barber," and "The Improved Milk" into milk sterilized and put into bottles. Still more cryptic are "The Rib bons, the Laces, the Veils, the Feel ings" (query, veilings or rufflings?); "World Name (world famous) Wi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 22 December 1905

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1905. WOTICE TO EIiECTO*B. Notice Is hereby given that the du plicate poll books of the several vot ing piecincts of the City of Seattle for the year 1905, are now in the of fice of the City Comptroller and ex officio City Clerk in the City Hall in the City of Seattle, and that the same are now open for the registra tion of voters and the citizens of said city are hereby notified that they can register at this office. Notice is further given that the duplicate registration poll books for each precinct in said City of Seattle ■will be open in such precincts for the registration of voters on the 25th and 27 th days of November, A. D. 1905 (being Saturday and Monday) between the hours of 9 a. m. and 9:30 o'clock p. m. on such days and at such places hereinbefore designated. And the citizens of said City of Seat tle are hereby further notified that they can register in their respective precincts on the days and between the hours above specified at the fol lowing nam...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 22 December 1905

PERSONAL. Mr. Gustave Aldrich, of Tacoma. spent last Wednesday in the city. Mr. R. A. Clark has sold his express business and is now shipping clerk for Stone, Fisher & Lane. Miss Charlotte Dunn has accepted a position at Frederick & Nelson's. Miss Mabel Johnston has been with that firm for more than a year. A JOLLY AMERICAN TRAMP AT THE THIRD AVENUE. A melodramatic comedy replete with striking sensational scenes and star tling situations is the attraction at the Third Avenue Theatre next week. The play is from the pen of the author of "A Poor Relation" and "Peaceful Val ley," two plays that have made Sol. Smith Russell famous. It is a por trayal of an American tramp—not a re- NOGIFTLIKETHE CHICKERING PIANO! The Baby Grand— what a gift of gifts! It can be. had now —delivered Christ mas morning or Saturday night. Easy payments can be arranged if you desire. Could anything be better? Other famous instruments are the Weber-Pianola Piano—the pianola built inside the case of the u...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 29 December 1905

SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. XII, NO. 31 The Seattle Republican Established May, 1892 H. R. Cayton... Editor and Publisher Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year *200 Six Months i I°° Three Months • • 60 Published every Friday at 214 Columbia St Entered at the Postofflce at Seattle as Second class Mail Matter. Happy New Year. Write it 1906. How about the water wagon? Who will be Seattle's next mayor ? Echo, answer. The Alaska exposition for Seattle in 1907 should be the watch word. During the year 1905 Seattle did not lose a single lawyer by death. The good die. Let's make Seattle a hummer in 1906 by a hard pull and an. all pulling together. "We'll drink no more nor buy nor sell away, away the bowl, The tipplers offer we'll repel away, away the bowl." Otis M. Moore has swapped the White River Journal with Dean for the Daily Ho quiam. Both men wanted and needed a change. According to a letter from a prominent Mississippi Negro unless that state is replen ished by immig...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 29 December 1905

dirt and was completely overturned, more or less injuring all of the occupants, but instantly killing the owner. When the railroad improvements now un der headway in the West, according to the Wall Street Journal, are completed almost a the various Western roads. Miss Alice Roosevelt, who is to be mar ried in the very near future, is to be the re cipient of valuable presents from all the crown heads and potentates throughout Eu rope and the Sultan of Sulu will not be out done. Tuesday. In Eastern Oregon a move has been set on foot to raise $800,000 with which wedding presents will be bought for Miss Alice Roose velt on the day she and Representative Nicholas Longworth are married. Subscrip tion papers are to be opened in every state in the Union. Frank Poston, a prominent attorney at law in Memphis, Term., was shot and almost instantly killed by a number of Christmas enthusiasts, who were promiscuously firing off their revolvers. Shooting with guns, re volvers, fire works and other ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 29 December 1905

FRIDAY, DEC. 29, 1905. "GUILTY AFTER THE FACT" The Seattle Republican is publishing to day a picture of the bench and bar of Seat tle, which was taken some five years ago. That the newcomers to the bar may get an idea of who ran things before they came upon the scene they are invited to study it well. "I really believe," said a lawyer as he sat looking at the group of attorneys, that no community has a more brainy set of law yers on a whole than is found there. They not only average well as men, but they have won distinction as barristers and many of them have made fortunes practicing the profession and that too on their merit. It would be useless for me to try to name the good lawyers among the bunch for there are ten good lawyers to every poor one among them, and each and every one is a fair rep resentative of the legal profession and would rank way up whether in Seattle, San Fran cisco or New York." The Seattle Repub lican takes pleasure in publishing a picture in which represent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 29 December 1905

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 29 December 1905

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 29 December 1905

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