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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 May 1906

SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. XII, NO. 52 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 Aveuu . Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second- class Mail Matter. Chief Cook seems to have gotten his as well as the laddies. When brewers get their heads together you can rest assured that, there is something brewing. Prophet Dowie's glory is vanishing like a dream when the public turns on the search light of investigation. So be it with all hypocrites. < > Bad Faith is something a Democrat should never accuse anyone of having, for Democ racy is simply manufactured out of "bad faith" material. Charley Sweeny out of polities! Bosh !No one has hea-r.d,wa.nything -about €harky Sweeny being dead, and that's just what he will be when he gets out of politics. Federal officials in Alaska seem as prone to go wrong as smoke to go up...

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. — 25 May 1906

Friday, May 25, 1906 Seattle is to have the next Republican state convention, the date of which has been fixed as September 19th next, and Spokane is the first in the field asking for the state convention two years hence. Three cities aspired to get the next convention —Seattle, Walla Walla and Tacoma—and the vote showed 20 for Seattle, nine for Walla Walla and one for Tacoma. The session of the state central committee was a most har monious one, the presence of Murkey Matt of the Times in the room to the contrary notwithstanding. There were few proxies, as most of the members were present to answer to their names. The apportionment of dele gates to the next state convention from the various counties, based on S. G. Cosgrove's vote as presidential elector, is as follows: Adams 10, Asotin 8, Benton 7, Chehalis 17, Chelan 10, Clallam 9, Clarke 16, Columbia 9, Cowlitz 12, Douglas 13, Ferry 7, Franklin 7, Garfield 8, Island 6, Jefferson 9, King 106. Kitsap 13, Kittitas 13, Klickitat 11,...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 May 1906

Friday, May 25, 1906 THE SUNDAY EORUM It is safe to predict that The Forum will hold one of the most entertaining as well as interesting ses sions next Sunday, April 27, at its place < f meeting, 2613 East Madieon, that it has In Id since its organi zation, and it is truly hoped that as many Afro- Americans as the hall can m eommoda'e will be piesent to lis.en to and take part in the proceedings. The Forum is non-i-ec;arian, non-polifdl and non seltish in its motives, and theivfoe no one hat* any excuse for not atiendimr its deliberations. In vi^w of these facts, it in rather remarkable that the be*t informed Afro-American- ahsem themselves from it lest, forsooth, they reason, "there be a nitger in the wooi pile.'' Iv other words, lest totue other Afro- Anierican der.ves some personal ben> fit on accoui t of the fact that such an organization exists. A be settng bin of the American .Negioib he spends all of his time and energy endeavoring to keep some othtr Negro from forging ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 May 1906

Friday, May 25, 1906 POLITICAL POT-PIE The Politician and the People It is a serious weakness in cur political leaders that they distrust the ability of the people to think and to do for themselves, politically. This distrust is manifest in nearly all the legislative and construct ive work of representatives, and has been from our colonial cays. Even Hamilton, in a piivate letter, expressed the belief that the constitution would not hold the people to its reqrirements beyond a short period of years. Such expressions of distrust are very common in the unearthed private correspond ence of many of our ear y statesmen. It is common today. It is this distrust which excites opposition to the direct primary law, mow under discussion ; to lo cal option and, indeer 7, to all legislation looking to the giving of a freer popular hand in determining political measures. This distrust on :he pait of polttical leaders is a serious and distinct weakness—under a government of the form of our own. If...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 May 1906

Friday, May 25, 1906 "A MESSAGE FROM MARS." In every neighborhood there is one man, and oftentimes a number of men, who are best known for their intense selfishness. Richard Ganthony, an American playwright, wrote the beau tiful comedy, "A Message from Mars," in which he deals some heavy blows at the egotist and selfish man. This play was first placed on view in Lon don, and from the opening night it was voted one of the great successes of that city. It ran there for three years. It was later brought to America and was on view for two consecutive years in New York city. It has never before been presented in this part of the United States. Our theatregoers will have their first opportunity of seeing this famous comedy. It will be pre sented here at the Seattle next Wednesday, with David Proctor, a prominent young actor, appearing as Horace Parker, the hero of the com edy. "A Message from Mars" is said to be a great play in every respect ana Mr. Proctor has, as his associates, a large...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 May 1906

IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF the State of Washington, for King County. In the matter of the estate of Hilda Johnson, deceased. —No. 6902. No tice to Creditors. By order of said court made herhin on the 19th day of April, 1906, notice is hereby given to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against said deceased or against said estate, to present them with the necessary vouchers to the undersigned admin istrator of said estate, at 16-17 Dex ter Horton & Co. Bank Bldg., the place of business of said estate, in Seattle, in said county and state, within one year from and after the date of first publication of this notice or same will be barred. Date' of first publication, April 20, 1906. S. GUST JOHNSON, As Administrator of said Estate. ISRAEL NELSON, Attorney for Estate. 16-17 Dexter Horton <& Co. Bank Building, Seattle, Wash. _April 20—May 18. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington In and For the County of King. F. D. Black, and Kate H. Black, his wife, Plai...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 May 1906

Friday, May 62, 1906 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of "Washington for the County of King. In Probate. ' ..J... In the matter of the estate of Seth W. Clark, deceased . No. 6162. Order to Show Cause Why Distribution Should Not Be Made. , J. M. Wiestling, administrator of the estate of Seth W. Clark, deceased, having filed in this court his petition setting forth that said estate is now in a con dition to be closed and is ready for dis tribution of the residue thereof among the persons entitled by law thereto, and it appearing to the court that said pe tition sets forth facts sufficient to au thorize a distribution of the residue of said estate. It is therefore ordered by the court that all persons interested in the estate of the said Seth W. Clark, deceased, be and appear before the said Superior Court of King County, State of Wash ington, at the court room of the Pro bate department of said Court in the city of Seattle, on the 21st day of June, 1906, at the hour of 9:30 o'clock...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 May 1906

The Illinois Central Maintains Unexcelled Service from the West to the East and £outh. Making; Close Connection with rains of all Transcontinental line?. Passengers Are Given Their Choice of routes to Chicago, Louisville, Memphis and New Orleans. And through these points to the far East Prospective travelers desiring infor mation as to the lowest rates and best outes are invited to correspond with the following representatives: B. H. Trumbull, Commercial Agent, 142 Third St., Portland, Oregon. J. C, I/ndsey, Tray. Passenger Agent, 142 Third St., Portland. Oregon. Paul B. Thompson, Passenger Agent, Coleman Building, Seattle, Wash. WHEN GOING EAST Ask the Ticket Agent to Send You —OVER— "The Northwestern Line" Eight Trains Eve»-y day in the Year —BETWEEN— Minneanolis, St. Paul and Chicago THE TRAIN OF FAME The Northwestern Limited Embodies the newest and I est i^e^p for COMbORT, CONVEN, ENCE and LUX URY. It is lighted wi h l)oth elecrici itv and was; the most brilliantly illumi nated ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 1 June 1906

REPUBLICAN" VOL. XIII NO. 1 SEATTLE REPUBLICAN Established May, 1904. H. R. Cayton Editor and Publisher Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year *2-00 Six Months 10(7 Three Months 60 Published every Friday at 816% Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second- Class Mail Matter. Canada wants women for wives for her horny-handed sons of toil. An over-sup ply of buxom women is not a bad thing for any old country to not only want, but to have! "The United States Senate is no place for petty grafters," says an exchange. Quite right, you are; but it is certainly the place for that kind of grafters who develop political paupers into bloated bondholders. "A Preacher's Daughter A Shop-Lift er," flashed over the Associated Press wires the other day. Just as though it made the crime any less or more henious because she was a preacher's daughter. The children of preachers are just plain human beings, the same as children of farmers, or any other class of working or professio...

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

Friday, June 1, 1906 THE PASSING THRONG HE DIDN'T PAY HIS John Schively, as he is known among his friends in Seattle, was in the city one day this week. Once John was a newspaper man, and he knows what it is to induce subscribers to pay up their [subscriptions, and he, therefore, for the editor hereof, made the fol lowing bluff at trying to express the editor's feelings: ''Last night, as I lay on my couch, I dreamed that all of my sjbscribers came in and paid their bills ; it was only a dream, By-;he-way, old man, I'll mail you a check for my subscription some time soon," he said as he was moving on, and was too far away to listen to objections. * M * FOUND THE MAN A large and enthusiastic audience sat silently listening to a speaker. In the audience was a little miss, not yet ten years of age, who had never seen very many Negroes*, and those she had seen and heard of were not called Negroes, but "niggers." The speaker illustrated some point by quoting the old expression : "There wa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 1 June 1906

Friday, June 1, 1906 TAX COMMISSIONER'S WORK The assessed valuation of the property of Whit man county for this ;-ear will approximate $32,000, --000, or a little more than double that of last year. The assessment for last }ear was upward of !-;>13,0Q0, --000, which was -raised to $10,000,000 by tne state board of equalization. The chief cause of the difier ence in valuation is found in the higher values placed on land in western Whitman county, which is the work of the tax commissioners, and even that raise in value is not more than half what it should be taxed for. Let the owners of valuable estates and properties pay taxeß in proportion to that paid by owners of small homes and there would be a thou sand times less cause for complaint. It is hoped that the tax commissioners will prove equally as vig ant m the other counties of the state as they have in Whitman. PRAISE FOR SEATTLE The "Alaska-Yuk,on Exposition" is the name of a great fair project which the business men of Seatt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 1 June 1906

Friday, June 1, 1906 POLITICAL POT-PIE "Senator Piles has a right to dictate the nomina tion of the holdover state senators from King coun ty," thinks an ardent supporter of the senator, "for he may have made certain pledges at Olympia, when he was elected, that makes it incumbent on King DICTATOR PILES county to give him the naming of the senators." If this concession is given to Senator Files, then two years thereafter he will want to name the governor of the state on the same pretext, and two years still later he will demand the naming of the entire legislative ticket, as he himself will be on the political gridiron, and so would go on year in and year out with Senator Piles naming the county and state tickets uniil he would be a political czar. Senator Piles is not up for election, and he has no more right to dictate the nomination of state sena tors than have Bill Jones, from Bush Creek, or Tom Cat, from Cobble Gulch. No one now nor in the fu ture, in King county, will oppose t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 1 June 1906

Friday, June 1, 1906 The Job Department ...0F... The Seattle Republican ...DOES.. Artistic Job Printing Cards, Letter Heads, and all Kinds of Commercial Work, Done on Short Notice, A^^^^^T^M^rASTEFDL Attorney's Supreme Court Briefs, briefly done The Seattle Republican, 3 6i Third Avenue, Near Marion Telephone Main 305 job, which ended the threatened election expose . Something under Slather's threat may have prompt ed Senator Ankney to seek another place for him, or Statter, having eeen the fate of Joe Mohundro and other trusted Ankney lieutenants, decidpd not to sit idly by until his head fell into the basket, and made a place for uimself. That Statter and Eugene Lorton have sufficient facts of shad 3' transactions, if not really criminal ones, which were cornrmttt d by the Ankney-Crocker machine in Walla Walla county to turn the machine wrong side out, every one verily believes, and that Lorton will do that very thing, even without the assistance of Statter, eeems a fore gone conc...

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

Friday, June^l, 1906 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King. In Probate. In the matter of the estate of Seth W. Clark, deceased . No. 6162. Order to Show Cause Why Distribution Should Not Be Made. J. M. Wiestling, administrator of the estate of Seth W. Clark, deceased, having filed in this court his petition setting forth that said estate is now in a con dition to be closed and is ready for dis tribution of the residue thereof among the persons entitled by law thereto, and it appearing to the court that said pe tition sets forth facts sufficient to au thorize a distribution of the residue of said estate. It is therefore ordered by the court that all persons interested in the estate of the said Seth W. Clark, deceased, be and appear before the said Superior Court of King County, State of Wash ington, at the court room of the Pro bate department of said Court in the city of Seattle, on the 21st day of June, 1906, at the hour of 9:30 o'clock, A. M., of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 1 June 1906

GRAIL AILESWORTH THIRD AVENUE THEATRE "Caught in the Web," the detective play at the Third Avenue Theatre this week, is a realisttc sensatioeal melo drama. It tells a good, well-told story of the doings of a clever detective in running down and bringing to justice a scoundrel, who, though a bank cashier in the business world, is the associate of crooks and a notorious counterfeiter. He is so thoroughly bad that he stops at nothing, from wife-desertion and an attempt at bigamy, to robbery ami mur der to achieve his ends; only to be "Caught in the Web" of the law in the end. The play appears? to delight the audience. Next week ihe Third Avenue Theatre will give the patrons h glimpse into the mysterirs of tie Orient. "Slaves of the Orient" is the title of the play. It deals with the turkish sultan's harem, the maesacree of the Armenium, and other racent events in and about the city of Constantinople The play will be staged Sunday afternoon by the Ailesworth Compa> y. "THE WEDDIMG DA...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 1 June 1906

WHEN GOING EAST Ask the Ticket Agent to Send You —OVER— "The Northwestern Line" Eight Trains Every day in the Year —BETWEEN— Minneapolis, SlPau[_and Chicago THE TRAIN OF FAME The Northwestern Limited Embodies the newpst and best ideas for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE and LUX URY. It is lighted with both electrici ity and gas; the most brilliantly illumi nated train in the world The equip ment consists of private compartment cars, standard 17-section sleepers, lux urious dining car, reclining chair oars, (seats free), modern day coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars. For Time Tables, Folders, or any fur- I her information call on or write, F. W. PARKER, Gen. Agt. 720 Second Aye., Seattle, Wash. The Illinois Central Maintains Unexcelled Service from the West to the East and South. Making Close Connection with rains of all Transcontinental lines. Passengers Are Given Their Choice of routes to Chicago, Louisville, Memphis and New Orleans. And through these points to the far East Prospect...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 8 June 1906

SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. XIII NO. 2 SEATTLE REPUBLICAN Established May, 1904. H. R. Cayton Editor and Publisher Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year ?200 Six Months i-00 Three Months 60 Published every Friday at 816% Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second- Class Mail Matter. Mayor Moore appoints, the city council disappoints, and Jensen continues to hold the office. Beautiful game of hide and seek. Is Tom Nelligan criminal or crazy, or both, is being generally asked since the in quest over the body of the little Milhuff girl. The drug trust, like the beef trust, is about to have its day in court, and if all of them had their terms in the penitentiary the country would be the better therefer. Representative Adams committed sui cide last Friday, despite the fact that he was not even under congressional survil ance. Wonder if his was another case of "the wicked flee when no one persue." Senator Piles' friends deny the allega tion that! he is a millionaire. ...

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

F'Sday ..June 8, 1906 THE PASSING THRONG WHAT'S IN A NAME? Representative T. W. Rims, of Tennessee, has heard so many different names applied to the "black folk" of this country, and all purporting to be the proper title by which they are to be designated from the white folk, as well as from the other darker races of the country, that when congress decided to amend the school bill for the District of Columbia, co that at least three members of the board would be black folk, he decided to write to Prof. Booker T. Washington to get his views on the subject, and the following letters were exchanged between the two: "Washington, April 20,1906. Professor Booker T. Washington, Tuskegee, Ala. Dear Sir:—ln a bill now pending before the House of Representatives, relative to the schools of Washington, D. C, it ia provided that the board of education shall consist of nine persons, three of whom shall be of the "colored race." I have insisted before the committee on the District of Columbia, be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 8 June 1906

Friday, June 8, 1906 Races At the Meadows, June 16th On Saturday next the gates of the Meadows will be thrown open for the reception of visitors. That day will be the opening of the summer race meeting, which will extend this year until September 3rd. As in former seasons, the races will be held, rain or shine, and on no day will there be fewer than six races de cided. A greatly improved transportation service has this year been provided, the cars for the track leaving from First and Jackson Street in lieu of First and King, as formerly. Already the stalls are filled to overflow ing with a greatly improved class of horses. Consequent on this, the races this year will in point of excellence most favorably compare with those held on any Eastern track. The admission fee has not been raised. The many patrons of the Meadows will also be pleased to notice that the paddock has been changed to the west end of the stand. This will permit of a ready inspection of the various horses before eac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 8 June 1906

Friday, June 8, 1906 POLITICAL POT-PIE It is being whispered around in Democratic circles that in King county there is a possibility of the Dem ocrats electing at least two of the county officers, and perhaps three; and likewise one or two state senators, which seems to be bringing just a bit of life to the party. In the past the Democrats have never made any county nominations, with a view of winning, but to endeavor to keep the organization together. With only that in view, the nominations were given to those, for the most part, who would accept them, and that, too, despite their total unfitness, in many instances, for the job; hence, the Republican ma jorities have grown larger and larger at each election until at the last genera) state and county election some of the Republican nominees received aa high as 14,000 plurality over their Democratic opponents. But despite that harem-scarem way of nominating county candidates since statehood, the Democrats have twice elected the sheri...

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