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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 2 February 1906

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1906. POLITICAL POT-PIE It has been learned from the Walla Walla Union, Levi Ankeny's paper, that "Senator Ankeny works hard in the Senate." At what he works either hard or soft the in formant left untold, but we have heard of it and might tell of it were it not for that "beastly headache in the morning," * # # President Roosevelt has sent the name of C. E. Vilas to the Senate for confirmation as superintendent of the U. S. assay office in Seattle, which is the same as Yilas already has the job for at least the next four years if not longer. Talk about playing lucky in politics, but this is perhaps the luckiest stroke that has been played in the entire state by any politician. While Calvin E. Vilas is o»e of the most affable business men in the city, yet he has always been an independent Republican voter. He was never identified with any political faction and he was successful in getting the nomin ation for representative to the state legis lature from the forty-...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 2 February 1906

That the municipal ownership sentiment is still causing worry among the Republican leaders is plain to be seen. Whether to come out openly for the proposition or to slobber over it or to boldly denounce it is the per plexing question with those who are and will shape the destinies of the party. It is main tained by many that municipal ownership is alright only Seattle is not ready to adopt it just now in any greater extent than what she has in operation. Others more radical advocate that the city either condemn the Se attle Electric Company's plant or build rival lines and the latter is the more preferable, with them. # * # It is rumored that Sam F. Kathbun, city treasurer, may in case John Riplinger seeks the mayoralty nomination, enter the race for city comptroller. Should he do so he would prove a most formidable candidate, as he is very popular in political circles. # # # Griffin's Bee buzzed again last Saturday after a six years sleep. Though the paper went to the bone yard in ...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 2 February 1906

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1906. Colored Girl Causes Commotion North, South,, East and West in these United States of ours there is more or less contention on the part of the Anglo-Saxon citizen toward according to the Afro-American citizens the God-given rights, which they are sup posed to possess, the same having been inherited from the Constitution and guaranteed to them by the protecting folds of Old Glory. Some genius, eith er through malice aforethought or in a Spirit of innocent ridicule, coined the expression, "All coons look alive to JHf . • MISS ALMA J. CLARK me," which more liberally interpreted meant to convey the idea that all Ne groes not only looked alike, but acted alike, and none could stand the test in a comparison with the Caucasian. That theory was so generally exploited that the Negro, whether good or bad, intelligent or ignorant, cultured or coarse, rich or poor, was simply a nig ger, darkey or coon, and all of them were placed in one class, The coun try went wild ove...

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. — 2 February 1906

Proposed Charter Amendments tor the City of Seattle RESOLUTION NO. 822. Proposed Amendment No. 1. A resolution and proposition to amend Section 9 of article IV of the city charter and providing for the submission of such proposed amendment to the qualified voters of the city of Seattle at the next general election. Be it resolved by the city council of the city of Seattle as follows: That section 9 of article IV. of the city charter of the city of Seattle be amended so as to read as follows: "Section 9. The council shall meet upon the first and third Mondays of each month, or if iether of those days be a legal holiday, then upon the next day, not a legal holiday, there after, and all its sessions shall be public, and it shall not adjourn to any other place than its regular place of meeting. The mayor, or in his ab sence or disability, the president of the council, or any three councilmen, may call a special meeting of the city council." And be it further resolved, that the foregoing...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 2 February 1906

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1906. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF the State of Washington, for King County. Gunild Frelland, Plaintiff, vs. Knute Fretland, Defendant, —No. ... , Summons. i State of Washington to vKftute , Fretland, defendant: ■■ •; I You are heYeby summoned to &{£• pear within sixty days after the date of the first publication of this sum mons, to-wlt: sixty days after the 22d day of December, 1905, and de fend the above entitled action in the above entitled court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff and .serve a copy of your answer upon "the undef signed attorney 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 thd" complaint, which has been filed with the Clerfe of said Court. The object of this action Is t6 se cure a decrfte dissolving the bonds of matrimony heretofore «xisiing be tween plaintiff and defendant, and for an absolute divorce, the grounds for securing the sam...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 2 February 1906

Proposed Charter Amendments tor the City of Seattle RESOLUTION NO. 822. Proposed. Amendment No. 1. A resolution and proposition to amend section 9 of article IV of the city charter and providing for the submission of such proposed amendment to the qualified voters of the city of Seattle at the next general election. Be it resolved by the city council of the city of Seattle as follows: That section 9 of article IV. of the city charter of the city of Seattle be amended so as to read as follows: "Section 9. The council shall meet upon the first and third Mondays of each month, or if iether of those days be a legal holiday, then upon the next day, not a legal holiday, there after, and all its sessions shall be public, and it shall not adjourn to any other place than its regular place of meeting. The mayor, or in his ab sence or disability, the president of the council, or any three councilmen, may call a special meeting of the city council." And be it further resolved, that the foregoin...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 2 February 1906

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1906. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF the State of Washington, for King County. Gunild FreUand, Plaintiff, vs. Knute Fretland, Defendant. —No. ... Summons. State of Washington to -Kirute Fretland, defendant: • You are heTfeby summoned to Ap pear within sixty days after the date of the first publication of this sum mons, to-wit: sixty days after the 22d day of December, 1905, and de fend the above entitled action in the above entitled court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff and.serve a copy of your answer upon the under signed attorney for plaintiff, at his office below: stated; ajid 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 Cleric of said Court. The object of this action is to se cure a decree dissolving the bonds of matrimony heretofore existing ber tween plaintiff and defendant, and for an absolute divorce, the grounds for securing the same being cruelty and ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 2 February 1906

THEATRICAL. The cast which will present "The County Chairman" at the Grand on Sunday is a most excellent one and is headed by that fine character actor, Theodore Babcock, who will be seen as the Hon. Jim Hackler, the county chaiman. The laughable darkey, Sas safras, always ready to sell his vote but who won't stay bought is imper sonated by George Thatcher, the vet eran minstrel. Ruby Bridges is cast for the part of Lucy, the lovable daugh ter of the unscrupulous judge. Others in the company are Herman Leib, Charles Burke, John Gorman, Richard J. Dillon, Edward Gorman, Florida Kingsiey, Zenaide Williams and Grace Romine. English Grand Opera Has Come to Stay. Grand opera in English has come to stay. Walter Damrosch has pro claimed it, Heinrich Conried admits it and Henry W. Savage has demonstrat ed it with the enormous successes achieved by his English Grand Opera and "Parsifal" Companies. The fa vorite artists of these two organiza tions have been retained and com bined into one thi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 9 February 1906

SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. XII, NO. 37 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. It did not take long for the papers to put Pierce, the punch and judy of the Pacific Coast Company, down and out when once he opened his mouth and tried to say some thing. The Rainier Valley has a brave lot of women. A car went off of -the track at Col umbia last Saturday morning and not one of the many women passengers left the car during all the excitement. JOHN RIPLINGER, Who Seeks the Mayoralty Nomination. After considerable casting about for a mayoralty candidate, the Republicans have finally decided to name John Riplinger, who . has been twice elected city comptroller, each time leading his ticket, as their standard bearer against the candidacy of "William Hickm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 9 February 1906

municipal ownership from time to time, be cause it knows Moore is no more municipal ownership than any other corporation law yer.. The corporations spent $40,000 to elect Moore to the State Senate, and it is not re corded thatt he Pacific Coast Company will not be to the front with another large sum of money to elect him to the mayoralty chair of Seattle. POLITICAL POT-PIE The Seattle Republican predicted in its last issue that the recent spasmodic issue of the Bee, after a six years' sleep, would give Walter Griffin sufficient excuse to start out to collect subscriptions from the unsuspect ing public on the same for another six years, and true to the prediction, he is now around town tackling everybody and his brother for the price of a subscription or any amount they will give and writing them a subscrip tion receipt for the same. Every dollar he gets as a subscription to the Bee is obtaining that much money under false pretenses and he can and should be arrested on a felonious ch...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 9 February 1906

FRIDAY, FEB. 9, 1906. Ellis Morrison still holds the whip hand in the Fifth ward over Jackson. Morrison has assurance that he will have the Sixth, the Fifth, the third and the Second precincts, which will be quite sufficient to nominate him. The opposing candidate is not very generally known, and therefore nomination up there will be equal to election. # * * Arnold Zbinden is still without opposition in the Sixth and he will be the unanimous choice of the Republicans at the convention. His Democratic opponent seems to not be drawing very much water thus far and Zbin den has no fears of him at the polls. # # # The Seventh ward continues in a compli cated and cshaotic state. The candidates for councilman are J. C. Redward, T. P. Re velle, L. H. Gray and a number of dark horse candidates. It is hard to say which of the three avowed candidates is the strongest, as all of them will go into the convention with more or less positive strength. * * * Dr. J. E. Crieliton in the Eighth is stil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 9 February 1906

city. He never does business with a man or a concern but what he makes a friend of him. In that part of the Seventh ward where he lives, no man is more generally liked than he, and it is here predicted that, if nominated and elected, he will give the Seventh ward the best representation in the council it has ever had. Some opposing candidate has already tried to injure his chances of nomination by de claring him to be the candidate of the corpor ations. While it is true that he worked for various corporations, yet it was only in the capacity of a freight agent for either the Great Northern or an Alaska steamship com pany, and he had nothing whatever to do with the political policy of such concerns, yea, not only had nothing to do with their political policy, but knew absolutely nothing about it. He is now conducting a business for himself, which business is in no wise so hooked up with any street car or railroad company as to cause him to be unduly friend ly or partial to their inte...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 9 February 1906

FRIDAY, FEB. 9, 1906. gotten more than their share of this pros perity and yet they are now taking the lead in trying to throw the commercial prosperity of the whole country in a chaotic state by ordering a general strike April Ist next. This heartless labor trust, more dangerous by far than the money trust, has always been the beginning of all the financial troubles in the United States and the sooner the gov ernment takes steps to completely squelsh the whole organization out of existence the better for the entire country. When one stops and considers of the evils of both the labor and the money trusts he is almost fit to say the Socialists after all are nearer right than either of them. It was but yes terday that the writer heard a prominent Republican politician of Seattle, who can be rightfully classed as a medium between these two extremes, that he thought he would vote for the Socialist candidates in the com ing municipal election, not that he believed in a single principle t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 9 February 1906

Proposed Charter Amendments tor the City of Seattle RESOLUTION 80. 822. Proposed Amendment No. 1. A. resolution and proposition to amend section 9 of article IV of the city charter and providing for the submission of such proposed amendment to the qualified voters of the city of Seattle at the next general election. Be it resolved by the city council of the city of Seattle as follows: That section 9 of article IV. of the city charter of the city of Seattle be amended so as to read as follows: "Section 9. The council shall meet upon the nrst and third Mondays of each month, or if iether of those days be a legal holiday, then upon the next day, not a legal holiday, there after, and all its sessions shall be public, and it shall not adjourn to any other place than its regular place Of meeting. The mayor, or in his ab sence or disability, the president of the council, or any three councilmen, may call a special meeting of the city council." And be it further resolved, that the foregoing...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 9 February 1906

FRIDAY, FEB. 9, 1906. ing of such election; and the same shall be conducted, returned and the result thereof declared, in all re spects, as are other elections. The successor of any officer so removed shall hold office during the unexpired term of his predecessors. Any per son sought to be removed may be a candidate to succeed himself, and un less he requests otherwise, in writ ing, the clerk shall place his name on the otticial ballot without nomina tion. In any such election the candi date receiving the highest number of votes shall be declared elected. At such election, if some other per son than the incumbent receives the highest number of votes, the incum bent shall thereupon be deemed re moved from the office upon the quali fication of his successor. In case the party who receives the highest num ber of votes should fail to qualify within ten days after receiving noti fication of election, the office shall be deemed vacant. If the incumbent receives the highest number of votes...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 9 February 1906

PERSONAL. Miss Emma V. Houston desires a few more pupils to take piano instruc tion. Rates reasonable. Residence, 518 Fourteenth Avenue North. Phone East 140. Rev. S. A. Franklin passed through Seattle last Wednesday on his return from Portland, whither he went to at tend the Baptist missionary board of the Northwest. He reports an enthu siastic meeting. Mrs. Sarah Grose and her grand daughter, Miss Carrie Dixon, left last Thursday for San Francisco and Southern California, to be absent from home some four months or more. Mrs. Grose is a Seattle pioneer. Dr, Cardwell is now a flull-fledged physician and surgeon of the state of Washington, he having received his certificate from the medical board of his successful passage of the exami nation test. He will hang out his shingle in the very near future. A number of friends of Mrs. Sarah Grose and Miss Carrie Dixon met at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Gayton, to which the two ladies had been invited, last Wednesday evening, to gi...

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. — 16 February 1906

SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. XII, NO. 38 The Seattle Republican Establiehed May, 1892 H. R. Cayton Editor and Publisher Susie Revelt 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. Single copies of The Seattle Republican ten cents. St. Valentine had a great run last Wed nesday. Valentine day is rapidly becoming as expensive as is Easter, so far as presents are concerned. Ex-Officer Duel may be guilty of all he is charged but we are inclined to believe that it was neither patriotism nor virgin purity that prompted the policeman to make the arrest. Congress did not take any stock in the whipping post act for wife beating, which may be explained by stating that perhaps too many of the members have their wives with them in Washington City to take such chances. "Let the president know," says an ex change, "that you believe he is right by writing him ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 16 February 1906

such an occasion, and for which every dele gate seined exceedingly grateful. Bert Taylor and Tom Page were elected temporary secretaries. The usual commit tees were appointed and the convention took a recess. On reassembling in the afternoon the vari ous committees made their reports and the one most looked for was that from the committee on platform. Will H. .Morris had been named as chairman of the committee, and, being anti-corporaftion in feeling, something good was expected. Mr. Morris did himself proud and nothing more clearly demonstrated that than the platform itself and his presentation of it to the convention. The platform is as follows: We congratulate the City of Seattle upon the able, upright and efficient administra tion of public affairs by the present city of ficials under the leadership of the Hon. Rich ard A. Ballinger as Mayor, and in the itner est of good government we pledge the nomi nees of this convention to a continuance of the policies of the present adminis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 16 February 1906

FRIDAY, FEB. 16, 1906. losing his precinct in the late primary con test as to him succeeding himself, only the future can reveal, but his friends think not. Senator Palmer supported the Revelle ticket in the Eighth precinct, and it was signally defeated, but his friends claim he went into the scrap without an organization, having been given to understand that there would be not contest made. It was also noised through the precinct that Revelle was the S. E. Co.'s candidate, and that cost the ticket thirty or more votes. * * # For the first time in the history of the primary law in this city E. Heister Guie went down to defeat. King Dikeman mus tered the forces opposed to Guie, and though the battle was fast and furious from the very minute the polls were opened until they closed, when the din of war had died away and the smoke cleared up, the lifeless polit ical corpse of Guie measured its length in the mud and slush through which he so gal lantly lead his forces in the engagement. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 16 February 1906

THE PASSING THRONG Irony of Fate. —When the county assessors of the state were in session last month in Olympia three members of the body were named as a committee to invite Gov. Mead to address the organization, and it was a strange coincident of fate that the president should have named the only three assessors to whom the governor had promised appoint ive positions under his administration, viz: E. M. Allen of Snohomish, Dayton H. Stew art of Spokane and F. R. Archer of Chehalis county. The governor blushed to the roots of the hairs on his head as he received the men, who, it is claimed, he politically de ceived, but it was only the irony of fate and it will always be thus to politicians who do not keep their promises. That Stone & Webster report which was "published exclusively" in the Times last Sunday was a scoop that the P.-I. and the other dailies of the city had no objections to the Times getting. We do not believe there is another paper in the Puget Sound country that ...

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