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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 April 1906

SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. XII, NO. 47 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 erery Friday at 214 Columbia St. Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second- class Mail Matter. The Seattle Republican office 816y 2 Third avenue. Ruth Bryan's play seems to be as much of a false alarm as was her father's 16 to 1. Gov. Folk has ordered the Springfield, Mo., lynching murderers arrested for murder. That has the proper ring. Senator Tillman may be a "man of note," but he strikes us as being an unusually low , note. How about it, Ben? Foraker for president to succeed Roose velt would be about as consistent as Lucifer for the Trinity to succeed Christ. Once More we are under our own vine and fig tree and our shop is at 8161/2 Third avenue, one door south of the Methodist Episcopal church. Law-abiding citizens all over the country I lould feel proud o...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 April 1906

Ridiculing every move the city council makes looking forward to submitting the question of Seattle owning its own street railway system, an anti-election pledge on the part of the Times, the mouthpiece of the S. E. C, plainly shows that that company has money to burn and is using it to dig its own grave. Jeff Davis' advent in the United States senate should be the signal for that well known ass from South Carolina to set up a bray equal to the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius, owing to the fact that an ass with a bigger mouth and with one more eye than he has is to not only divide honors with him, but per haps become the star ass of the senate. Theodore Roosevelt desires when re re tires from the presidency of the United States to at once assume the duties of a United States senator from New York. The ever restless Roosevelt! What a blessing his lot has fallen in pleasant places or he might have been as strong a breaker of the law as he is now a defender of it. After traveling extensively t...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 April 1906

FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1906. QUARTER OF A CENTURY OF TUSKEGEE. Last week Tuskegee Institute celebrated its twenty-fifth anniversary with a string of notable visitors which of itself testified to the success of the institution. They included Secretary Taft, President Eliot of Harvard, Dr. Lyman Abbott, Robert C. Ogden, An drew Carnegie, and a score of other repru sentative Americans. Twenty-five years ago the institute opened with one teacher, thirty pupils, no land or buildings except an old shanty and a dilapidated church loaned by colored people, a blind mule as the only piece of live stock, and a grant of $2,000 a year by the Alabama legislature as the only tan gible asset. The story of what the quarter century has brought forth is told by Booker T. Washington in the World's Work: "At the close of the school year last Ma,y it owned 2,000 acres of land, 83 buildings, large and small, used as dwellings, dormi tories, class-rooms, shops, and barns, which, together with the equipment, liv...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 April 1906

POLITICAL POT-PIE Hon. Fred C. Harper has been named by President Roosevelt for collector of cus toms at the port of Pt. Townsend, to succeed Hon. Clarence W. Ide, whose term expires next June. Mr. Harper is well and favor ably known throughout the Northwest, and the Pie-maker predicts a splendid admin istration of affairs during his incumbency of the office. He was a candidate for the same office eight years ago, but not receiving the necessary endorsement, failed of appoint ment. He for years was a citizen of San Juan county and for four years represented the senatorial district in which it is located in the state senate. # * # Believing that the city council, which, to a man, was of a different political faith from himself, had made up its mind to not confirm any Democrats he might name for positions under his administration, is doubtless why Mayor Moore named Capt. Spaulding, a life long Republican, for port warden, instead of Capt. Jensen, but, if Madame Rumor can be believed, ...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 April 1906

FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1906. to drive a sharp bargain, because it will bring a few extra dollars to their tills. The person who thinks the yellow journal is pro gressive and up-to-date has no conception of the terms, and only thinks that it is because it makes money by questionable means, as he himself either is doing or is hoping to do. The Frye building is filling up very slowly with tenants. No man likes to open up for business in a place that he knows will not be entered by any union man. —Union Rec ord. If everything the Union Record says is as far from the truth as the above statement, then that paper is notable for the falsehoods it publishes. The Frye building it refers to has been rented from garret to cellar and if it contained as much again space as it does judging from the number of applicants for space, all of it could have been rented. Not, however, because it was constructed by non-union help, but because the public that is looking for business locations do not care a whoo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 April 1906

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 April 1906

FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1906. plaintiff's costs of action, and for a deficiency judgment against the de fendant C L. Miller. SHANK & SMITH, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Office and Postoffice Address: No. 1002-1005 Alaska Building, Seattle, King County, Washington. April 20 —June 1. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF King County, State of Washington. Anna Nellson, plaintiff, vs. Lars Nellson, defendant. —No. 50599. Sum mons tor Publication. The State of Washington to Lars Nellson, defendant: You are hereby summoned to ap pear within sixty days after the date of the first publication of this sum mons, to-wit: within sixty days after the 20th day of April, 1906, and de fend the above entitled action in the above entitled Court and answer the complaint of the plaintiff therein, and serve a copy of your answer upon the attorneys for the plaintiff at .their of fice below stated, and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint, which has...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 April 1906

SUNDAY FORUM'S PROGRAM. The Forum will meet at Lee's Chapel next Sunday afternoon at 3:45 o'clock p. m. and the following pro gram will be rendered: Song, "America;" invocation, Rev. F. L. Donohoo; instrumental solo, Miss Emma Vernon Houston; vocal solo, Mrs. Will H. Taylor; address, Hon. John L. Wilson; vocal solo, Mr. Clif ford C. Hancock. The members of the Afro-American Realty and Investment Company are to be congratulated on the opening of their new hall. The exercises were interesting and the occasion a most pleasing one. Amid all of the invest ment and co-operative companies that have been formed, organized and in corporated in the West this is the first to get far enough from the starting point to make any kind of showing. Messrs. P. A. Deßow and W. C. Peo ples have nourished and nursed the organization from its first inception to its present state, and they are deserv ing of much credit for their stictoitive ness. The hall is now open for busi ness and should be patronized....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 April 1906

SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. XII, NO. 48 SEATTLE REPUBLICAN Established May, 1904. H. R. Cayton Editor and Publisher Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $2.00 Six Months 100 Three Months 60 Published every Friday at 816% Third Avenue. Entered at the Postofflce at Seattle as Second class Mail Matter. Seattle will relieve the South District of quite a few voters if she can once get her absobtion pump in perfect working order. The Direct Primary Law has worked like a charm in Oregon. The gang's slate was broken in many places, but what was the gang's loss was the people's gain. Stark Mad—only that and notbiu6 more—seems absolutely true of the editorial push of The Seattle Daily Times. The bombastic slush it daily emits about itself is bo silly that it is really nauseating. Griffin's Bee hopes to buzz in Everett as it once did in Seattle. Unless Griff has better success in keeping out of jail in the City of Smokestacks than he did in this city he can be truly styled, t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 April 1906

THE PASSING THRONG Captain Griffin, a jolly, good-natured Scotchman, lives just below Hillman City, on the old Rentori line. For some time past he has been in the govern ment service, as inspector of boats. Like most other Scotchmen, the captain ia very much a gentleman and very gallant on a car loaded with women ; and he ia always one of the first to give his seat to a lady. The captain was recently going down to his home on a car, and as it was soon crowded, he gave his seat to a lady. The captain had about a dozen packages and the lady volunteered to hold them while he was hanging on to the straps with both hands, as the car went whizzing around the corners. In one of the packages was an alarm clock, which, it seems, was loaded and ready for an explosion. As the car gave a jolt while passing over a switch, off went the alarm clock. The bearer of the captain's packages, think ing it was an infernal machine, made a rush for the door to dump all oE the packages overboard. It took th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 April 1906

SUNDAY FORUM. Dr. Booker T. Washington himself could not have given an assemblage of his own race a more practical and matter of fact talk than did the Hon. John L. Wilson last Sunday afternoon to the Forum. From the very beginning to the end of his talk his every word hit the nail squarely on the head and he was roundly applauded throughout by the appreciative audience. "While the colored man has not done as much in the way of improvement as he might or should have done, yet he has done a great deal. For 400 years he was held in bondage and has only been a man of his own ior nearly fifty years, and yet in that length of time he has accumulated personal taxable property valued at |650,000,000, and has churches, school houses, seminaries, colleges, farms and other property that reach into the mul tiplied millions of dollars and yet when he started out for himself he had nothing," said the senator in his opening remarks. "The future of the colored man depends largely on himself," he c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 April 1906

POLITICAL POT-PIE Do not be too Bure, Mr. Pie-Maker, tbat if Ank ney drops out of the senatorial race Crocker will be without following in a fight for the place for him self. "If there is an unscrupulous and treacherous politician in this state, then he is an angel in com parison with D. B. Crocker," said a well known Re publican politician from the "east side" one day this week. Crocker thinkß he is playing a pretty smoothe political game, and I, myself, am not too sure but that he will be more or lees successful in the finale. If his schemes work he will defeat the Republican candidates for the legislature who would vote for Mr. Ankney's successor, in Walla Walla, Adams, Assort tin, Colfax and Columbia counties, which would serve him a double purpose. First, it would not take so many Republican votes to control the sena. torial caucus, and would, of course, be easier to han dle. Secondly, Mr. Ankney would be weakened at home and naturally could not command the same amount of follo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 April 1906

Friday, April 27, 1906 Chairman E. B. Palmer of the Republican state central committee has issued a call for the as sembling of the committee to fix the time and place of the next state convention, which will nominate three representatives to congress and four supreme court judges. Wednesday, May 23d, is the day fixed for the meeting of the committee at the hour of 4 o'clock p. m. in the office of the chairman, 633 Pioneer block, Seattle, Washington. Mr. Palmer favors the holding of the next conven tion in Seattle, and in view of the fact Seattle has not had a state convention it will be nothing but fair that it come to her. No city on the Pacific Coast has better hotel accommodations at present than Seattle, and she can take care of a national convention, to say nothing of a state affair. Let Seattle have the convention, gentlemen, and do not he selfish. Mayor Moore's first appointment has been turned down and Capt. Jensen has been given another lease of officfal life. The Pie-make...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 April 1906

IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF King County, Washington. Janette Faulkner, plaintiff, V. Hen ry F. Baker and Marie L. Baker, his wife, defendants. —No. 51070. Sum mons by publication. The State of Washington to Henry F. Baker and Marie I* Baker, his wife, the defendants above named: You and each of you are hereby summoned to appear within sixty (60) days after the first publication of this summons, to-wit, within sixty (60) days after the 20th clay of April, 1906, and defend 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 undersigned attor neys for plaintiff, at their office be low specified; and in case of your failure so to do judgment will be ren dered against you according to the demands of the complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court. The object of the above entitled ac tion is to quiet title to the following described real estate situated in King County, Washington, to-wit:...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 April 1906

«TATE OF WASHINGTON IN THE Superior Court, in and for King LuVu^F. Roos, plaintiff, against Jules F. Roos. defendant.—No SU Tnhe l°State of Washington to the above named defendant Jules F. B°You are hereby summoned to ap pear within sixty days after the 23rd day of March, 1906, and defend the above entitled action, in the above entitled court, and answer the com olaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer upon the un dersigned attorneys for the plaintiff at their office below stated, and in • rase of failure on your part so to do, ■judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint, which has been filed with the Clerk of said Court; that plain tiff's cause of action against you as set forth in the complaint is for di vorce founded upon non-support, for more than two years prior to the rommencement of this action. ROSSMAN & JOHNSON, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Office and Post Office Address: 300 and 301 Pacific Block, Seattle, Wash mMarch 23 ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 April 1906

"Ruined Lives," the play at the Third Avenue theatre this week, with the scenes of the play laid in Seattle, brings to mind what a field the drama tist will have in Seattle for the fu ture. There are enough daily happen ings here to furnish half a dozen of plots for as many melodramas. There are heart breakings, love affairs, esca pades of such a variety and number that there is no known method of com puting them. You will not recognize the plot in "Ruined Lives," but you will like the play for it is interesting. The scenes are laid in Seattle, but the characters are not recognizable. "A Texas Ranger" will be the play that a big company will produce at the: Third Avenue theatre next Sunday. The scenes and happenings are, of course, laid in the southwest, where there are many romantic and inter esting characters to furnish food and material for the imagination of the author. The play will be given a big scenic production under the direction of R. E. French and a big collection of wel...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 4 May 1906

SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. XII, NO. 49 SEATTLE REPUBLICAN Established May, 1904. 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 816% Third Avenue. Entered at the Postofflce at Seattle as Second- class Mail Matter. That Trusts in the United States should be abolished every one agrees, but just how to do it is the perplexing question. May Day on Puget Sound was an ideal day; such an one that even the denizens of this section marvel ed at. and that is saving quite a good deal. Earthquaking: goes bravely on in San Francisco; but no one, save the superstitions, believe that there are unusual prospects of the Pacific coast rolling into the ocean. Chief Delaney gave to Seattle a police adminis tration such as she never before had. Will the city be co fortunate as to secure another like him, is the question of the hour. Forty Per Cent, of all the weighing scales used by vendors are sai...

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

It has been constantly stated that woman will make no new discoveries, that her vocation is to tramp miles behind in the path of man, making the road perhaps a little easier over which he has already passed, but that to lead, to invent, to dis cover, will never be her province. Miss Martha Craig claims, however, to have made discoveries which will not only destroy this theory, but will upset all the scientific teachings which are now generally accepted as the natural laws which gov ern the universe. All modern science is based on the theory of gravitation, but Miss Craig has ruthlessly overthrown the accepted idea of solar system, she denies the principle of gravitation or the attraction of matter, and in its stead she places a system of vortexes. She claims that every constellation has its vor tex which holds the particles together by pressure, and she maintains that the atmosphere is in per petual vortexlike motion, and that the light and heat which are supposed to come from the s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 4 May 1906

Friday, May 4, 1906 THE PASSING THRONG The Money that has been, and is being, made by real estate speculation has not all gone into the hands of men, for Seattle is filled with business-like women, who are making fortunes in that class of in vestments. Two men and a small boy are daily at work on the government building. They are putting in full time. We doubt not that San Francisco will entirely rebuild before our federal buildine is completed. The superintendent of the Columbia school district got into a wordy dispute with one of bis teachers last week. The superintendent asked a class in mathe matics that if two street cars passed each other, which car traveled the faster. The superintendent claimed that the other car made the best time, which was disputed by the teacher. One can always iocate insanity if the proper topic can be found. "Reform in spelliDg" appears to be one of the popular topics among the light-headed. The Blethen organ says, "reform spelling" is an in dication o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 4 May 1906

POLITICAL POT-PIE A direct primary law, surrounded by proper safe guards, will stop the grafter, purify elections, will give to the people the control of the nomination and the election of proper officers, will increase the pa triotism of the people and bring officer and the peo ple into closer relationship. It will stop trading by steering committees and will abolish the political boss from politics. The boss is now trying to create the impression that the direct primary law would be a great expense to the people. He overlooks the fact that the people have not forgotten how the pres ent state and county officers were nominated. It has not been so long since the people of King county saw headquarters opened up for the purpose of nom inating the state and county tickets, and that the people had very little to do with the nomination. They saw 119 delegates selected by one boss, sent to the state convention; and the 119 votes were handled as one man in all combinations and trades. The ...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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