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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 16 February 1906

FRIDAY, FEB. 16, 1906. POLITICAL NOTES. The question of having a representative in congress from Spokane has aroused con siderable interest in the matter of the elec tion of the governor. There are many who believe that Spokane should have that dis tinction even if it was necessary to forego the privilege of a representative in the upper house of congress. They point to the fact that Spokane has a number of strong men in both parties who are able and would fill the office with dignity. Among the repub licans is D. T. Ham whose friends urged him to permit the use of his name in that con nection during the last general election. He refused, notwithstanding some of the strong est Republicans in the state offered him their undivided support, and it is a question whether he could be urged to accept it two years hence. Among the strong Democrats mentioned as being good timber for that office is Warren W. Tolman, who withdrew from the race for the same office last year to give Ex-Senator G...

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. — 16 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 foregoi...

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. — 16 February 1906

FRIDAY, FEB. 16, 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 official 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 vo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 16 February 1906

PERSONAL. Dr. David T. Cardwell has opened an office at 1321 Yesler Way. Allen Day was observed at the A. M. E. Church of this city last Wednes day evening by the rendition of a mus ical and literary program. Mrs. Sarah Grose and her grand daughter, Miss Carrie Dizon, were de layed in their departure for California and did not leave until last Wednes day. For some years past many of the Afro-Americans of this city have been complaining that The Seattle Repub lican did not publish the news, and now they are complaining because an other weekly paper is publishing "the news." A district conference and a Sunday school convention of the A. M. E. Church in this section will be held at Lee's Chapel on Fourteenth Avenue February 28th, March Ist, 2nd and 3rd, with Rev. S. J. Collins presiding. A splendid program has been ar ranged for the occasion by Rev. F. L. Donohoo, the pastor in charge at Lee's Chapel. Nothing in the way of disseminat ing practical information is more ef fective than a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 23 February 1906

>* / " 'vat SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. XII, NO. 39 9 b SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1906 JOIIN RIPLINGER REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR OF SEATTLE PRICE TEN CENTS

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 23 February 1906

What Riplinger Will Do. In accepting the nomination for Mayor, John Riplinger spoke as fol lows: "Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen of the Convention: "I am indeed grateful for this, the highest honor that you can confer. " I am not devoid of gratitude or of appreciation of the responsibility that rests upon the mayor of this great and growing city. If elected mayor of this city, I promise you that my adminis tration will go down in history like that of our present honorable mayor, as an administration for the people, and in the words of our President, 'an administration that will give a square deal to every man, woman and child.' "I approve of the platform as adopt ed by this convention, and if I am elected, I pledge you that the princi ples therein promulgated will be en forced, so far as within the power of the mayor so to do. "I am in favor of municipal owner ship to such an extent as is consistent with good government and within the financial ability of this city. The Re publican part...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 23 February 1906

FRIDAY, FEB. 23, 190 G. most of Judge Moore's salary for the four years he was in office went to the paying up of his gambling debts." If that was true no one has heard of Billy reforming along this line. We do not positively say that Moore, if elected, will throw open the doors to vice as was it under the Humes ad ministration, but on this subject he has been as mum as a mute. He may be planning to make a Sunday school town out of Seattle, but from his as sociation in the pa-t one would not be warranted in banking on it. Com pare, if you will, Moore's public ut terances on the wide open policy with that of John Riplinger's and then Mr. Law-Abiding Citizen speak right out in meeting and say which one of the men you feel it is your duty as such as citizen to vote for. We quote: from Moore's speech of acceptance on the subject of a wide open policy. "This city will never again be known as a wide open city or a semi wide open city. On the contrary, we will see the law is respected and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 23 February 1906

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. THE TICKET. Mayor, JOHN RIPLINGER. Corporation Counsel, SCOTT CALHOUN. Comptroller, H. W. CARROLL. Treasurer, GEORGE F. RUSSELL. Councilmen-at-Large, P. P. MULLEN and P. H. HURD. Ward Councilmen. First JAMES CONWAY Second H. L. JAFFE Third H. C. GILL Fourth FRANCIS SAWYER Fifth ELLIS MORRISON Sixth ARNOLD ZBINDEN Seventh T. P. REVELLE Eighth DR. J. E. CRICHTON Ninth WILLIAM H. MURPHY Tenth R. T. REYNOLDS Eleventh G. W. HILL JAMES CONWAY, Candidate for Councilman, First Ward. THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN aft $$» HERBERT L. JAFFE, Candidate for Councilman Second Ward. fIBM JM^^^ ■■■. \ /M f Bk \ AH Hi \ H> .^df HI \jß Sa I H/ HYRAM C. GILL, Candidate for Councilman Third Ward. 0 » FRANCIS SAWYER, Candidate ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 23 February 1906

FRIDAY, FEB. 23, 1906. DR. J. E. CRICHTON, Candidate for Councilman Eighth Ward. • ' tfc... B^B \ i I ami ■ WM • \ WILLIAM H. MURPHY, Candidate for Councilman Ninth Ward. MB 'irrt ' i ■ - Ik ROLAND T. REYNOLDS, Candidate for Councilman Tenth Ward. THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN GEORGE W. HILL, Candidate for Councilman Eleventh Ward. 191 fe - FRANK P. MULLEN, Candidate for Councilman-at-Large. Mm A -' & 18, J| F. H. HURD, Candidate for Councilman-at-Large. ij|s * SCOTT CALHOUN, Candidate for Corporation Counsel. V HARRY W. CARROLL, Candidate for City Comptroller. Wr * *Qm If ■ ' GEORGE F. RUSSELL, Candidate for City Treasurer.

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 23 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...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 23 February 1906

FRIDAY, FEB. 23, 1900. THE CANDIDATES. (Continued from page 3.) ler county, Pennsylvania, In 1850. He was educated at Pennsylvania military college, from which he graduated with the degree of civil engineer. He was city engineer of Newcastle, Pa., for ten years, until 1885, coming to Seattle in 1890. Mr. Morrison has had a long po litical career, being first a member of the Pennsylvania legislature from 1880 to 1885, and of the Wash ington legislature from 1893 to 1895. He was elected speaker of the House in 1895. Mr. Morrison was chairman of the Republican state central committee in 1902. Arnold Zbinden. Arnold Zbinden, the nominee from the Sixth ward, was born in Switzerland, and came to this country with his parents when a child. His family remained in Ne braska, where he was educated and lived from 18G4 to 1891, when he moved to Seattle, where he has made his home ever since. He is in the liquor business in this city and is also heavily interested in grain in the Middle West. He...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 23 February 1906

THAT SUNDAY CLUB. After giving the subject of a Sunday club much thought, a number of Afro- Americans in this city have agreed to undertake the perfecting of an organ ization to meet at least one Sunday in every month and discuss such mat ters as are of general local interest to all, and as many more Sunday after noons in the month as those taking an interest therein seem inclined to at tend. The first open meeting will be held at Lee's Chapel, 1525 Fourteenth Avenue, next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, to which the public is cordial ly invited to attend. The organization will under no circumstances be sec tarian, and yet it will have some re ligious features. Under no circum stances will it tolerate politics, and' yet the time may come when the mem bers thereof will be called upon to use their influence in a political campaign. It will not be organized or conducted to boost any one into an office, but it will endeavor to do as much general good toward advancing the good citi zenshi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 2 March 1906

SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. XII, NO. 40 flayor Ballinger Endorses Riplinger's Candidacy '' You can say for me that I am for the Republican ticket from top to bottom and that I think it would be a calamity to Seattle and her commercial standing if the Republican nominee for mayor should be defeated. The ensuing two years will be strenuous ones for Seattle from a commercial and growth stand point and for it to go into experiment alism on something that seems to be an endless chain might mean that some other Puget Sound city would get the prestige in the commercial world that Seattle now enjoys. I trust the voters of Seattle and especially those who have been friendly to my administration as mayor, which is now drawing to a close, will go to the polls next Tuesday and vote for the Republican ticket, not for a part of it, but for the entire ticket and see to it that the Republican nom inee for mayor gets just as many votes as the comptroller, the treasurer or any of the other candidates. I ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 2 March 1906

W. E. HUMPHREY. unsolicited he wrote congratulating him in the following strain: House of Representatives, Washington, February 22, 1906. Hon. F. H. Hurd, Seattle, Wash. Dear Friend: — I am in receipt of the paper this morning giving an account of the convention, and I notice with great pleasure that you have been nominated for councilman at large. Accept my most sincere congratulations. There never has been a time in the history of Seattle when men of courage, honesty and ability were so needed in our city council, and I congratulate you and my party upon giving you this nomination. I know that if elected, as you will be, that you will dis charge your duty in a way that will reflect credit upon our city and upon yourself. With best wishes, I am your friend, W. E. HUMPHREY. Councilman H. C. Gill has been the sub ject of so much abuse from time to time and the Seattle Daily Liar, having howled itself hoarse so many times on it that a great many persons really had begun to believe tha...

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

FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1906. pointed to codify the ordinances of Seattle. Mr. Gleason is said to be a_most efficient man to do such work and his appointment from a political standpoint will meet general ap proval. If any member of the city council has done his duty and his whole duty for the past two years it has been Arnold Zbinden, and he should receive a greater majority at the polls next Tuesday than he did two years ago. The Seattle Republican makes the follow ing forecast of next Tuesday's election re sults: Riplinger will defeat Moore 2,000 votes. The balance of the Republican nomi nees will receive pluralities ranging from 4,000 to 5,000. As to ward councilmen every Republican nominee will be elected, but in the First and Eleventh the plurali ties will be greatly reduced. Vote for all of the proposed amendments to the charter of Seattle except the eighth and last. Do not monkey with it, for it is loaded and liable to unexpectedly go off and do lots of damage. # # * W. D. McCarthy,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 2 March 1906

The Seattle Republican Established May, 1892 H. R. Cayton Editor and Publisher Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $2-00 Six Months 10° Three Months 60 Published every Friday at 214 Columbia St. Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second- class Mail Matter. Lent. The tale is told. Now will you be good? Single copies The Seattle Republican ten cents. Next Tuesday is election day and you are not a Republican unless you vote the Re publican ticket. Among the Anglo-Saxons of this country the late Paul Laurence Dunbar is pronounced the greatest Negro poet that ever wrote and ranked high up among the world's greatest poets. Dunbar died almost in his first man hood and his death is a sad blow to the race. In voting for a railroad corporation at torney of the order of W. H. Moore the ad vocate of municipal ownership will not have advanced his cause very much. John Rip linger is stronger for municipal ownership today than is Bill Moore. Another ''wide open" two yea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 2 March 1906

FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1906. IS IT A SELF-CONSTITUTED COM MITTEE? Who besides the members of the commit tee whose names are attached to the circular letter make up the Business and Profes sional Men's Club of this city, who are promising to take the business of the Sunset Telephone Company and give it to the In dependent? Is it not presumption on their part even if there be such an organization to make such rash promises, granted the Sunset Telephone system is very bad? Is it not a fact that because it has more 'phones than its plant can accommodate that its ser vice is bad? Now if all of the 'phones that this club has promised to take from the Sun set Company and deliver to the Independent Company is done will not the Independent Company be likewise overburdened just as is the Sunset at present ? If we are not mis taken the Independent put in a plant to ac commodate twelve thousand 'phones. It al ready has eleven thousand, so says its man ager, and it cannot accommodate but one thousand ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 2 March 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...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 2 March 1906

FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 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 ouicial ballot without nomina tion, in any such election the candi date receiving the highest number of votes shall be declared elected. At sucn 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 tue highest num ber of votes should tail 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. — 2 March 1906

PERSONAL. J. E. Shepperson, of Roslyn, was a Seattle visitor this week. * * * A few more music scholars are want ed by Miss Emma V. Houston, at reas onable rates. Address, 518 Fourteenth Avenue North. Phone East 140. * * * To the Seattle Searchlight: In the last issue of the Seattle Searchlight it indulged in a long harangue or something of the kind concerning The Advocate and the Seattle Republican. We have racked our brains trying to solve what Parson Editor Freeman was trying to get at. We give it up. Now what in the deuce were you talking- about? Can you tell?— Por tland Advocate. Others have done as you—given it up. The "passun" wanted to be mean and did not know how to go about it. WEEKLY PAPERS. In the early days of the west they never asked a man for his credentials. If you happened to be playing cards with a man you don't know in Arizona or New Mexico today it is not polite to ask him his business. If you are traveling thro.ugh Kentucky and look ing for pointers and you ask...

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