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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 21 December 1900

A Holiday Hint $4.95 Parlor Table of quartered highly polished, light, artistic, strong; also finished mahogany, dainty French legs, odd-shaped top, 24 inches square. Standard HleiGipony, 1012-14-16 First Avenue. They Come High. The Boston Lyric Opera Company in "The Idol's Eye," "Wang," and "The Fencing- Master" will commence an en- j gagement of one week at the Seattle Theater, commencing Sunday evening, December 23. All these different produc tions will be given with a degree of de- tall and lavishness that will appeal most strongly to the sight and hearing ~ An immense amount of money has been paid out for costumes, scenery and electrical effects, and each production will be given in a manner worthy of the reputation of the famous Boston Lyric Opera Company. Sale of seats opens 10 a. m., Saturday, December 22. Prices— floor, $1.00; balcony, 75c and 50c; gallery, 25c. Sunday—ldol's Eye. Monday—Said Pasha. Xmas Matinee—ldol's Eye. Xmas Evening— Fencing Master. Wednesday Evening—Wa...

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. — 28 December 1900

VOL. VII NO. 28 THUS 1 THOUGHTS Of Interest, Importance and General Information. Government's Gigantic Appropria • tion for the Rivers and Harbors E? -This Country—Rare Bits of History, Scientific Notes and Statistical Reports. Congress is to expend $60,000, --)0-for .water ways in the United rates; This is the largest appropri ion that: lias ever been made by my congress of this country. The following will show the distribution of" the funds appropriated by con gress for government water ways: ?Fhe appropriations and contracts ;;.o\f^s2s,ooo for the Western states • and the largest Eastern items shown ;by the same are: * -Harbors: Boston harbor—New project, cash, $(500,000; contracts. 1 $3;000,000. *" f£e*r York—-Buttermilk channel. cash, $300,000: contract, $1,500, --ocfe. ■uffalo—At Erie basin and Black Rock harbor, cash, $200,000; con tract,'.s6l4,643. - " ireorgia—Savannah, new project, "contract, ■ $1,000,000. - .Louisiana — Southwest pass, Mis tM^ippi, cash. $550,000; contrac...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 28 December 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 c Six months 1000 Three Months 60 Advertising rates Furnished upon application Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter. From, the looks of Paderewski's masters picture, it appears that the master is just as crazy as is the pupil. That is, so far as general observation goes. Seaton, the South Seattle murder er, may be crazy, nevertheless he should be hanged so that there would be one carzy devil less in the world. The pay roll of the Roslyn coal mines of this state is the largest of the entire Northwest, and pay day? there always mean an abundance of free silver in circulation. New Year and New Century can be enjoyed next Tuesday. Crookedness among Seattle's offi cial blue coats has begun to slowly but surely leak out. ''Murder will out." Time will celebrate its nineteen hundredth anniversary nex...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 28 December 1900

I POLITICAL POT-PIE ! Xow that the legislature will soon be in session, quite a number of measures are being discussed by var ious persons and organizations to have passed during the coming ses sion of the seventh legislature of this state. Already the statute books of Washington are overloaded with useless laws, passed for the express purpose of meeting some personal emergency, and from appearances it would seem that after the coming legislature has adjourned there will be quite a number of more worthless laws on the statute books, and especially worthless so far as the general public is concerned. The state needs some wholesome laws en acted, and it is hoped that the l^islature will enact them. It also needs quite a number of unwhole some laws which have been enacted heretofore, repealed, and it is also P%ped the coming legislature will not overlook them. To pass some ™law because it meets the approval of some half a dozen or more citizens in some remote locality of the state is a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 28 December 1900

OUR BIG CATALOG FREE To Out-of-Town Folks It will prove a great money saver to you. Write at once for one. Mum Furniture Company, 1012-14-16 First Avenue. AT THE THEATERS. At the Grand Opera Honse. A veritable feast of good things will be offered at the Grand Opera House all next week, beginning Sun day matinee for those who have a penchant for combining the dramat ic with the vaudeville, when V. A. Wade's new '"Turkish Bath" com pany will be the offering. A corps of high-grade farceurs wave been engaged to interpret the play and they will introduce musi cal number?, dances and character impersonations, concluding one act witli well rendered selections from popular authors. Each member of the cast has been especially selected for their ability for the part assigned them, and the comedy will be handsomely mounted and appropriately costumed. In addition to Mr. Wade the com pany includes Miss Etta Merris. the versatile soubrette, Mr. E. L. Graves, the laughable comedian, and ten others...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 4 January 1901

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VoL VII., NO. 29 CURRENT GRITIGfIL COMMENT Culled and Collected from the Happenings of the Past Week Throughout Christendom* London's Great Panic Causes Distress—Middle-of-the-Road ers Convene for Consultation—West Point in Civilized Disgrace—The New Century Has Begun. The London financiers are suffer ing at present from a recent panic in the money market of that city. The great stock exchange, of which the Marquis of Dufferin and Ava was at the head, went to pieces one day this week, and as a result, twenty-eight lesser institutions soon went down with a crash. London has not suffer ed so from a financial standpoint for a number of years, and it was felt even in the money markets of the United States, from which the ex changes have been purchasing bonds and other securities from the many exchanges of this country. The downfall of these stock exchanges is nothing more nor less than the downfall of great gambling houses, for they are only high-toned gam bling d...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 4 January 1901

The Seattle Republican he Republican Pub. Co., Publishers , OFFICE 714 THIRD AVENUE H. R. Cayton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $*.00 Six months $1.00 Three Months 60c Advertising rates Furnished upon application Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter. S Do you write it 1901? • i The Seattle spirit is showing itself as of yore. The Holiday Argus may have been a money-maker all right, though it was not a sense-maker. Help Moran Bros, get the govern ment contract if you want to help Seattle and its business enterprises along. Superintendent Littell has been there before, and congratulations were a cold and informal formality with him. Did the Republicans of this city agree to disagree from a party stand point as a Xew Year's resolution? is the question of the day. All that Tacoma lacks of being the deadest old burg in the State she will have if she only succeeds in getting the State capitol building. Xow that there is a wo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 4 January 1901

| POLITICAL POT-PIE I The year 1901 has begun, and pol itics for the future has begun to simmer, not only in the State of Washington, but all over the United States. Said a gentleman to the Pie j Maker one day this week: "I suggest to Senator Foster, who is now prac tically at the head of the patronage party in. this State, that he use a grain of common sense in distribut ing the patronage for the incoming national administration, so far as this State is concerned. If the Sen ator wishes to popularize himself in any way he should break away from the Ben Grosseup bridle and listen to the dictates of the leading Repub licans of the State in his recommen dation for federal offices. Public patronage will kill any man that has it to give out, and this is so not only as to Senators, but as to Presidents and Governors as well. Nothing gave G-ov. Rogers so much opposition as his appointing of applicants to the various offices in this State. Presi dents of the United States, realizing the aw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 4 January 1901

At the Seattle, Harry Carson Clarke, who is now at the Seattle theater, is one of the cleverest 'actors in this country, and the crowd that he is drawing plainly shows that. He will play a "souve nir matinee"' Saturday afternoon, and will also play Saturday evening. Mr. Clarke is vsupported by Harriet Clavenger, Maud Truax, Annie T. DANIEL FRAWLEY as Capt. Thorne Hathaway, Jessie Lansing, Joseph Gilbret!h, Mack Stanley and a num ber of other well-known theater players, all of whom are well known to the theater-going public. T. Daniel Frawley and his com pany of thirty people will come to the Seattle theater for the week com mencing Sunday evening, January 6, in a repertoire of plays embracing some of the greatest productions At the Grand Opera Honae. The next farce-comedy attraction! to be presented at the Grand opera' house is "A Bell Boy," which in its tour has been extremely successful, both from an artistic as well as fin ancial point, of view. This laughable comedy will be pres...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 January 1901

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VoL VII., NO. X) PASSING EVENTS Of Men and Things Through out the World. Big Sunday Death Record—P. D. Armour, Bradbury of Maine, Edi tor Schnebly—Minneapolis Hola caust All.Reported-A New Dem ocracy—Prank Jamas. Last Sunday was rather a day of fatalities for leading men of the country, as well ast some leading lights of our own section. The death of Phillip D. Armour, the great Chi cago packing house king, last Sun day, was reported, he having suc cumbed to a protracted illness that has been hanging on him for the past two years. Mr. Armour was a many times millionaire, and he con trolled all of the leading packing houses of the United States at the time of his death. He has but one son that survives him, and he will take his father's shoes in the finan cial world at once. It was the death of a son two years ago bearing the father's name that hastened the fa ther's; death. Mr. Armour's estate is estimated to be worth in the neigh borhood of $100,000,000. A MA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 January 1901

The Seattle Republican he Republican Pub. Co., Publishers OFFICE 714 THIRD AVENUE H. R. Cayton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $>.00 Six months , $1.00 Three Months 60c Advertising rates Furnished upon application Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter. The new library site is up to you. Who is backing Sammy Perkons, you ask? Let the echo answer who? Has the senatorial bee really be gun to buzz in Sammy Perkons' journalistic bonnet? Such would seem to be, even if it really is not so. What's $100,000? Why, the Se attle spirit can raise that amount while the balance of the State would be thinking about how it could be done. With three influential daily papers at your command, we don't see Ed itor Perkins, why you yourself can not be United States senator just as well as the other fellow. President McKinley may not change the federal office holders of this State, but they will feel a good deal more at ease when their name...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 January 1901

| POLITICAL POT-PIE I Speaking about the next United I States senator from this State, a number of daily as well as weekly! newspapers of the State have already nominated the Hon. W. L. Jones, of North Yakima, who is now a mem ber of the Lower House of Congress, for that honored position. Congress man Jones would not make a bad United States senator, and this is evidenced from the fact that he has made a most able as well as efficient congressman. The voters of this State are very loyal to Mr. Jones, and have twice honored him by elect ing him to the Lower House of Con gress by overwhelming majorities, but the Pie Maker does not believe that he will be a candidate for the United States senatorship in 1903, unless it is a dark horse candidate. If after weeks of wrangling between the avowed candidates no agreement is reached, perhaps Mr. Jones's name would act as a splendid compromise for the disgruntled Republicans in both factions, or in all factions, but it is hardly probably that ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 January 1901

SEATTLE IS LEAD Estimation of the Nation's Great Men, She Gets Good Gifts Both from the Government and Andrew Carne gie for Her Push and Pluck- Things That Have Transpired During the Seven Days Past. It seems that Seattle is not to have a second telephone system after all. A few days ago the city council pass ed a franchise ordinance for a sec ond telephone system to he placed in Seattle, but this did not meet the approval of the mayor and a few of his close partisan friends, and so his honor vetoed it. As an excuse for this, he pointed out a few defects in the franchise that were not worthy of consideration, and if worthy of consideration, the defects could have been readily patched up. The fact of the whole matter is, Mayor Humes and Councilman James seem to have had another company in their minds, which company they favored over and above the company favored by the council. Madame Ru mor has it that if the mayor and Mr. James can have the company they favor granted a franchise, t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 January 1901

SEATTLE II LEAD Estimation of the Nation's Great Men, She Gets Good Gifts Both from the Government and Andrew Carne gie for Her Push and Pluck- Things That Have Transpired During the Seven Days Past. It seems that Seattle is not to have a second telephone system after all. A few days ago the city council pass ed a franchise ordinance for a sec ond telephone system to be placed in Seattle, but this did not meet the approval of the mayor and a few of his close partisan friends, and so his honor vetoed it. As an excuse for this, he pointed out a few defects in the franchise that were not worthy of consideration, and if worthy of consideration, the defects could have been readily patched up. The fact of the whole matter is, Mayor Humes and Councilman James seem to have had another company in their minds, which company they favored over and above the company favored by the council. Madame Ru mor has it that if the mayor and Mr. James can have the company they favor granted a franchise, t...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 18 January 1901

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VoL VII., NO. H MEETING OF ELECTORS Cast Their Ballots for Repub- liean Candidates. Last Monday the members of the Electoral College met at the respec tive capitals of the states of this Union and voted for a president and vice president, which was in favor of William McKinley and Theodore Roosevelt. It was then that the above gentlemen were elected to the high offices, which they will fill for the next four years, and not Novem ber 7, as is generally supposed by the average voter. Though the election in November would seem to indicate that the president and vice president of the United States were then chosen, such is not true. When such electors are elected in November by the people, it doesn't necessarily fol low that those electors are compelled to vote for the president and vice president of the United States that the people have seemingly elected. . The presidential electors elected on what wa.s known as the McKinley Republican ticket last No vember, cou...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 18 January 1901

The Seattle Republican he Bvpabliean Pub. Co., Publishers OFFICE 714 THIRD AVENUE H. R. Cayton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $'..00 Six months SI.OO Three Months 60c Advertising rates Furnished upon application Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter. Quay's election to the United States senate means more trouble for Mark Hanna. Electing United States senators during the past week was something of a fad among the states of this Union. The reapportionment bill before the present legislature of this state seems fair and equitable, and The Republican hopes to see it become a law. "Some papers may have editorial misfits," Mr. Tacoma Ledger, and it is likewise true that some cities have newspaper misfits, and we are of the opinion that Tacoma has more than its share. Gov. Stanley, of Kansas, says: "Fusion is a fraud and should not be tolerated." It may be a fraud. Gov ernor, but it is likewise a worry, and especially for Repu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 18 January 1901

— -—■——— T~T TTI niiniM BMmiiiiJii I POLITICAL POT-PIE I Politics in the Evergreen state un derwent a most radical change last Monday in the various state offices, as well as among the various county of fices of the state. For the past four years the state offices have been held by Demo-Pops, more commonly known as fusionists, but at the last general state election the Republi cans won in every particular, save and except the governorship, which was won for the second time by Hon. John R. Rogers, a fusionist. All of the state officers were installed into power last Monday morning, and in every instance they made a practical clean sweep of the deputies under the fusion officials, and Republican dep uties now occupy those places. Gov. Rogers made no radical changes in his department, and perhaps will not, until after the legislature will have adjourned, when he can do so and not be interfered with by the legislature. If he makes any ap pointments while the legislature is in session su...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 18 January 1901

PftSSINGJVENTS. [Continued from First Page.] softened an intense race feeling that otherwise would have existed be tween the whites and the blacks to an extent as to make it possible for the two races, for the most part, to have lived together in Kentucky without many serious clashes. It was doubtless the influence of Berea College in this direction that prompt ed Chief Justice Ilarlan, the noted Kentucky jurist, who has for the past two decades been a member of the United States supreme bench, to al ways advocate the rights of the Ne gro, even where he was opposed by the Northern Republicans, who have pretended to be the Negro's best friend. On two different occasions Chief Justice Harlan has champion ed the civil rights of the Negro, when they were being trampled un der foot, apparently so, by the other members of the supreme court. This oppressed race has no warmer friend than Justice Harlan of Kentucky. and certainly one of the best white friends that they have ever had was Mr. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 January 1901

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VoL VII., NO. ?2 ITEMS OF INTEREST Culled and Collected from Reliable Sources, Facts and Figures Concerning Gov ernments and Their Progress— Important Statistical Notes of Suicides in New York—England Since 1827. A railway engine is said to be as strong as 900 horses. The river Jordan has its origin in the largest spring in the world. . The population of the world in lißo4 was 640,000,000, while it is now 1,500,000,000. There are no fewer than 11,000 rooms in the papal palace at Rome, and many of them never receive a ray of sunlight. A manufacturer, who has made considerable study of the needle mn cbine, declares that one machine can turn out 1,500,000 needles in a week. The Salvation Army of the United' States, which is doing so much ndividual good for fallen hu manity, has an army of 7(55 corps, with 2,5;53 different officers. For the year 1900 it is shown from an agricultural report that the corn, wMea'f," rye, oats, barley, buckwheat, potatoes, hay and cot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 January 1901

The Seattle Republican he Republican Pub. Co., Publishers OFFICE 711 THIRD AVENUE H. R. Cayton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $>.OO Six months ' " ji 00 Three Months 60c Advertising rates Furnished upon application Kntered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter. Am Johnny Vienn It. Ma's a vegetarian. Pa's a faith-cur-ist, Uncle John, he says lie's an Anti-lmperyulist. Sister Sue's a Wagner crank, Brother Bill plays golf, Gran'pa tells us what he takes Per to cure his cough. Cousin Jen writes poetry- Tells us what she's wrote— Aunt Lavina always claims Wimmen ought to vote. I go out in the back yard Soon as they commences, Men my dog's th' only ones Wha't's got any sense. —Baltimore American. Christendom mourns the death of Queen Victoria, the ideal ruler of the nineteenth century. Were there more Carrie Nations among the women the United States would boast of a much better na tion. According to a Blame paper, that little bord...

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