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

FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1906. this legislative district, that the nomination of Hon. B. H. Morgan, as state senator next fall, to succeed Hon. S. T. Smith, of Marys ville, is already an accepted fact. Mr. Mor gan has many friends all over Snohomish county, and they will all be glad to see him in the upper house next fall. He has a clean record as representative; in his two terms service, has made an extensive acquaintance over the state, and is a very logical candi date for the position.—Snohomish Tribune. Should the Republicans of that senatorial district see their way clear to nominate Ben Morgan it would be the promoting of a worthy man, for there is no denying the fact that he has made his mark in the house of representatives of this state. In the senate Mr. Morgan would give Snohomish county a standing in the political affairs of the state that she never would have with S. T. Smith in the senate. Let the good work of nom inating good men go bravely on. H. G. Kirkpatric, so reports th...

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. — 23 March 1906

GOVERNOR VARDAMAN ANSWERED. Professor W. E. B. Dußois has rendered a good service to the race in the March number of The Voice of the Negro, by an swering categorically the charges recently lodged against the Afro-American people by Governor James K. Vardaman of Missis sippi, whose mouth is much fuller of words and phrases than his head is of facts. Gov ernor Vardaman has laid it down that the Afro-American people are dying out; will not save; cannot be educated; are not effi cient workmen; are becoming more criminal: education is the cause of their increased crim inality. Instead of dying out, Prof. Dußois shows, by statistics, that the Afro-American people have increased in numbers from 1,002,037, in 1800, to 8,883,994, in 1900. He explains that "because of the vast white migration from Europe, the proportion of blacks in the United States is becoming less, but this, of course, is no reflection on the virility of the Negro. The rate of increase of the Negro has decreased from 32 p...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 23 March 1906

FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1906. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington in and for King County. Ada M. Ryan, plaintiff, vs. A. W. C. Ryan, defendant. No. 50529. Sum m°Fhe State of W&shington, to the said A. W. C. Ryan, defendant: You are hereby summoned to ap pear within sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to-wit. within sixty (60) days after the 9th day of March. 1906, and defend the above entitled action in the above entitled Court, and answer the complaint of the plain tiff herein, and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attor ney for the plaintiff at his office be low stated; and in case of your fail ure so to do, judgment will be ren dered against you according to the demand of the said complaint, which is filed with the clerk of said court. The object of this action is to ob tain a decree of divorce dissolving the bonds of matrimony now existing between plaintiff and defendant, on the grounds of desertion and non support. ...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 23 March 1906

PERSONAL. A few more beginners in piano les sons are wanted by Miss Emma Ver non Houston. Phone East 140. Resi dence 518 Fourteenth Avenue North. Mr. and Mrs. John Robbinson, who had planned to be in their new home ere this, have decided to sell the home, they having been made such a flatter ing offer for it that it seems foolish not to accept it. The management of The Seattle Re publican hopes that its friends and ad mirers will speak a good word for it with the merchants and other busi ness houses with whom they do busi ness. A letter from Miss Candace Parker of Spokane, one day last week, an nounced the death of Mrs. Reed, who with her husband at one time lived in Seattle. She, it will be remembered, adopted little Violet Richardson, who is a sister of Benny Angelle. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Ryan of the Tacoma Forum, spent Wednesday in the city. "In the last Republican city convention in Tacoma there were five Afro-American delegates to the con vention, and strange to say, they all c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 30 March 1906

"SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. XII, NO. 44 The Seattle Republican Established May, 1892 H. R. Cayton Editor and Publisher Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year 12.00 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 have they done with it? promises to become as famous as. Who cut the stick? From recent papers filed in the King County Superior Court there will be Piles of dough for the lawyers in the late John Sullivan estate. Cleveland's beginning of his three score and ten years does not seem to detract any from his desire to be president of the United States again. Unless County Commissioner P. J. Smith and the Post-Intelligencer get together they will soon be involved in a heated discussion over "What Have They Done With It?" Jim Wickersham may eventually win and be confirmed as a federal judge of Alaska, but the contest has been so bitter that, it strikes us, his usefu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 30 March 1906

Handcock took the lead on the subject and his views will be found elsewhere. The President was of the opinion that some of the Negroes of the United States would do well to emigrate to the islands and miseeg inate, if agreeable, with the natives and not only in the Philippines, but to all of the insular possessions of the United States where the darker races predominated, pro viding always it was perfectly agreeable to all concerned. Mr. J. E. Hawkins expressed himself as believing the Negro was a man anywhere save in the United States. He advocated a Is Tour Name in the THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN getting together on their part. Mr. Thomas Henry, a West Indian by birth, declared that in his opinion the United States was the place for the Negro and that he is doing better here than anywhere else in the Avorld. Mr. I. F. Norris discouraged anything that savored of emigration on the part of his race, declaring this the natural home of the Negro and that while he had his trials and tribulat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 30 March 1906

FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1906. in the United States than anywhere else under the sun. Mr. W. C. Peoples argued that the hope of the race was dependent! on the members thereof putting their moneys together and opening commercial enterprises. Money and business only will give the race the stand ing in the United States that it is deserving of. It may be slow coming, but it would come and the United States is where it will come. Mrs. Graves advanced the idea that the Negro's success either in the United States or anywhere-else is dependent on his or her individual efforts. That is to say, become so efficient in whatever is undertaken that his labor or the products of his labors would be in demand. That each and every one was personally responsible as to whether he or she succeed here or elsewhere. Rev. F. L. Donohoo made the point that the Negro was to much inclined to putting on a front as if he was earning hundreds of dollars per week instead of the small sal ary as the most of them do. His...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 30 March 1906

POLITICAL POT-PIE Ralph D. Nickols is slated for the presi dency of the Young Men's Republican Club. He is also slated for the position of state sen ator from the Thirty-first Senatorial Dis trict, to succeed A. T. Van de Vanter. Some one has said "It never rains but it pours." A pourdown is not bad if your dams are able to hold the water, but if they are not and a flood follows and much more harm than good is 1 lie result. An effort is being made, so goes the story, to pull Dan R. Abraham out of the race for county commissioner and support him for county assessor. Just why it is necessary to keep Mr. Abraham in some kind of an office all of his life the Pie-maker would like to have some one xplain. If Mr. Abraham's record is too shady to run for county com missioner it should be too shady for him to run for any other county office. There has been entirely too much of this Jack go to my shop and I go to Jack's in the political affairs of this county, and it should be sud denly ended...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 30 March 1906

FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1906. had substantially the same platform. The papers declared to the people at the time that there was no difference between them. This being the fact, it is dishonorable, dis reputable and dishonest for any Republican at this time to advocate the dodging of the question and failing to do the duty promised by the Republican convention. The fact is, it Avas claimed that the Republicans were not sincere in adopting the platform. A great many people had no faith in their sincerity at the time, and it will not do now to say to the people of the city of Seattle that the Republican party adopted a plat form merely to obtain the offices by false pretenses, and did not intend to submit the matter to a vote of the people as declared in the platform. The Moro Massacre. This paper is inclined to believe that Gen. Wood's Moro massacre was wholly uncalled for; in fact, criminal, and the most of the leading weeklies of the country entertain a similar belief, but when unprincipl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 30 March 1906

BUTLER'S CHERRY BLOSSOMS All next week, starting Sunday afternoon, Butler's Cherry Blos soms will be seen at the Seattle. This organization has been noted for the excellence of its perform ance, and for years has been rec ognized as the peer of all road companies, having in its contin gent only performers of tried mer it. This season it is stronger than ever before, and nothing lias been spared to maintain its former rep utation. The two burlesques are mounted in a lavish style, the scenery and costumes being 1 of a most pretentious nature. Great care has been taken to surround Mr. Reilly with artists who are really the top liners in their re spective branches. A TRAIN ROBBER. "Don't talk too much" is an old adage the truth of which Mr. Ben Hendricks, who is coming to the Third Avenue Theatre for a week's engagement in "Ole Ol son," can testify. It was out in Bozeman, Montana, at the time when considerable excitement arose by reason of the threats made by parties unknown to blow up ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 30 March 1906

FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1906. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington in and for King County. . _ Ada M. Ryan, plaintiff, vs. A. W. C. Ryan, defendant. No. 50529. Sum m(The State of Washington, to the said A. W. C. Ryan, defendant: You are hereby summoned to ap pear within sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to-wit, within sixty (60) days after the 9th day of March, 1908, and defend the above entitled action in the above entitled Court, and answer the complaint of the plain tiff herein, and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attor ney for the plaintiff at his office be low stated; and in case of your fail ure so to do, judgment will be ren dered against you according to the demand of the said complaint, which is filed with the clerk of said court. The object of this action is to ob tain a decree of divorce dissolving the bonds of matrimony now existing between plaintiff and defendant, on the grounds of desertion and non- SUPP°rt-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 30 March 1906

PERSONAL. Mr. Blake Tibts, who has been sick for some time, died last Monday and was buried Thursday. He was the father of Mrs. Frank Smith of this city and the family has a host of friends and acquaintances, many of whom were present at the funeral. Mr. R. W. Butler is still in poor health, so much so that he has been confined to his bed for the most part for the past few weeks. Miss E. B. Gonickey denies having inspired the article appearing in the daily papers one day last week to the effect that Prof. Booker T. Washington would lecture in Seattle, April 23rd. Mrs. M. B. Purnell has returned from California. Get an April catalogue of household necessities at Spinning's Cash Store, 1310 Second. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF the State of Washington for King County. J. C. Elsey. Plaintiff, vs. Unknown Owner, and all persons unknown, if any. having or claiming an interest in and to the hereinafter described real property, Defendants. No Notice and Summons. State of Washington: To the abov...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 6 April 1906

SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. XII, NO. 45 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. "Pass" or no pass? is the riding question of the hour among the city officials in these piping days of reform. The public is curious to learn if in killing a burglar, that Spokane detective has actual ly killed a fellow officer. It's a Weis guy that knows the kind of a hobo to take a piece of money from in these days of political overhauling. When Charley Dalton will not be nursing some public teat for what's in it for him, it will be when there are no more teats to be nursed. Seattle's pleasant sunshine for the past week has been enjoyed by her citizens and visitors hugely and they can stand much more of it. Gambling in Georgetown is a thing of the past. There was ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 6 April 1906

WHERE EVIDENCE WAS UNSATISFAC- TORY. Senator Proctor, of Vermont, who particu larly likes to tell stories showing the humor ous side of legal proceedings, relates the fol lowing with reference to an Irishman who was being examined as to his knowledge of a certain shooting affair: " Did you," asked the presiding magistrate of the witness, "did you see the shot fired 0?" "Oi did not, sir," responded the Celt, "but Oi heard it foired." Is Tour Name in the THE INDEPENDENT TELEPHONE COMPANY CONTRACT DEPARTMENT 3151 THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN "That evidence is not satisfactory," re plied the magistrate, sternly; "step down." The witness left the box. „ No sooner had he turned his back on the judge than he gave vent to a somewhat derisive laugh. Enraged at this contempt of court, the magistrate called the Irishman back to the Avitness box. "How dare you laugh in that manner in court?" demanded the judge, angrily. "Did you see me In ugh. youf honor?" asked the Irishman. "No, but I distinctly he...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 6 April 1906

FRIDAY, APRIL 6, l»06. RECLAIMING OUR WASTE LANDS. Big as our country is, we have or see use for every acre of it, and even the wastes must be reclaimed if possible for the benefit of coming generations. Since the reclamation act was passed in Congress in 1902, the geo logical survey has outlined twenty-four irri gation projects, all of which have been ap proved by the Secretary of the Interior. Work has actually begun on thirteen of them, and one has been completed. The speed of the work and the eagerness with which it has been taken up by the people benefited has been a surprise even to the best informed officers of the service themselves. In the remarkably short time the act has been in operation the service has built sev enty-seven miles of main canals and 186 miles of secondary ditches. It has in operation 125 miles of telephone and 150 miles of road, much of it in deep cuts through difficult canyon country where there were not even trails before, tl has excavated 10,000,000 cu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 6 April 1906

POLITICAL POT-PIE The Pie-Maker would suggest to King comity politicians that they would do well to profit by the experience of Pierce county politicians. It will be remembered that some seven years ago a Pierce county man was elected to a seat in the United States senate and at once every two by four ward politi cian in the county began to hound Senator Foster for some kind of a federal job and the old softy, thinking it his duty to remem ber all the Tacoma boys, actually made an effort to fill every federal office in the state with a man from his county. The result of his efforts was an avalanche of objections from every other county in the state, and those objections culminated in a defeat for Senator Foster at the expiration of his term of office, and now Tacoma is without a United States senator, which she sorely re grets. A hint to the wise should be suffi cient—King county might get a similar dose. # # # Suppose Senator Piles should carry out his threat,' if not actual politi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 6 April 1906

FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1906. in the fight, every issue of which sets the bunch politically wild and that, too, despite the feeble efforts of the Union, Ankeny's personal organ, to counteract each morning what Lorten said the evening prior. In other words the Union is on the defensive in every issue. Gov. Moore is a splendid po litical organizer and it is very generally be lieved all over the state at this writing that the Ankeny-Crocker bunch is doomed to lose not only Walla Walla, but one or two other counties in that section, which would ever lastingly ruin each and every one of them. Friends of Dr. J. J. Smith say that he has decided to not enter the race for sena tor from the Thirtieth senatorial district, and will advocate no particular person as his successor. In other words, according to street gossip, he has taken the advice of his brother Rufus and is out of politics for keeps. It is likewise reported that O. A. Tucker feels that he had better let well enough alone and has withdr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 6 April 1906

TUSKEGEE CELEBRATES. TUSKEGEE, Ala., April 4.—Owing to the delay in the Ogden special train, the beginning of the exercises in connection with the celebration of the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Tuskegee normal and industrial insti tute was delayed until tonight. Among the prominent men who came in on the Ogden train were Secretary of War Wm. H. Taft, Robert C. Ogden. president of the board of trustees; Charles W. Eliot, president of Harvard university; Dr. Lyman Abbott and Os wald Garrison Villard, editor of the New York Evening Post. The party was greeted by fifteen hundred students and alumni and members of the faculty and board of trustees. Principal Booker T. Washington de livered an address of welcome, in which he said: "The Negro race in this country has entered upon a wholly new period—a period in which emphasis is being placed upon a side of life not covered in any of the previous experiences of my people. I mean the era of free, independent and intelligent economic and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 6 April 1906

FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1906. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington in and for King County. * Ada M. Ryan, plaintiff, vs. A. W. C. Ryan, defendant. No. 50529. Sum- The State of Washington, to the said A. W. C. Ryan, defendant: You are hereby summoned to ap pear within sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to-wit, within sixty (60) days after the 9th day of March. 1906, and defend the above entitled action in the above entitled Court, and answer the complaint of the plain tiff herein, and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attor ney for the plaintiff at his office be low stated; and in case of your fail ure so to do, judgment will be ren dered against you according to the demand of the said complaint, which is filed with the clerk of said court. The object of this action is to ob tain a decree of divorce dissolving the bonds of matrimony now existing between plaintiff and defendant, on the grounds of desertion and non- SUPP°rt BRUC...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 6 April 1906

PERSONAL. Mrs. George H. Thompson under went a surgical operation at the Prov idence hospital last Wednesday. She is doing as well as could be expected Mrs. John E. Oliver of Sunnydale has been a patient at the Providence hos pital, where she underwent a surgical operation. There was a musical concert at Lee's Chapel last Thursday evening, at which Mr. A. C. Heath, the evangelist rendered a number of classical selec tions. REAL FRIENDS OF THE RACE. Will be the general topic of discus sion at the Forum next Sunday, April Bth, and it is hoped that every one will be prepared to speak of some one of high public standing who is doing or saying something that will redound to the lasting good of the Afro-Amer icans. You and each of you who will attend the Forum will feel a great deal better with yourself and everybody else if you will thaw out and take a part in the meeting. If you are only a casual visitor you will be as wel come to speak your opinion as the members. You may perhaps not b...

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