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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 5 April 1901

m i i rmTTmnHnmiiiMnimnni I POLITICAL POT-PIE 1 After a hard fought battle both Ta coma and Spokane go Republican by handsome majorities. Judging from last fall's election and from the recent municipal elections in this state, it is very evident that Republicanism is very much in collusion with political success, and that there is no danger of the state again going against Republi can doctrine for many years to come. The Pie-maker predicted this same thing after last fall's election, and, if the Republicans will themselves do politics from a Republican standpoint, and not from a factional standpoint, there is every reason to believe that they will continue to hold their own and elect every man that their conven tions name for office for the next dec ade or more. Be true to yourself, is what every Republican should careful ly observe in the coming political con tests in this state. % % % Speaking about municipal elections prompts the Pie-maker to comment at length on the political si...

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. — 5 April 1901

M $. I Pease Johnson Co. \ to *♦/ to Millinery Opening Is Still to \l/ In Full Bloom. Exquisite \tif to Easter Hats, Our Store Is $ to 181 . ' . to A Blooming Beauty. fa to _ Viz W, to to § Stylish Spring * Oil Ults Viz •k* Of every design, pattern and texture •v --*f' are to be found in our BRAND NEW STOCK. *•/ *'* We will be pleased to show you through our *"" »i, ■■•"■■■■ ■ ■■■■ * A Iff store, that you may examine for yourself. \W to - to to \|/ vlj My old Seattle customers appreciate j| i|V the fact that I am again actively en- Jij \\'i gaged in the millinery business, and ±\ M ik'i they are calling every day. Whether *ij vlv a former customer or not come and see j\\ i|i me. You are welcome. l|V ifc ' Kit I Pease-Johnson Go. | to to 1107 Second Aye. \fr PERSONALS Mrs. M. A. Smith and Mrs. M. Banks of San Francisco, visited with Mrs. W H. Johnson last week. The trustees of the A. M. E. churct will give a benefit for the church Maj 10th, which will be known as tin "Young Men's Con...

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. — 12 April 1901

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VoL VII., NO 43 OBSERVATIONS Of the World's Important Happenings. SHORT COMMENTS Gen. Clay's Fancied Vendetta Leads Him to Battle with Sher iff — Lake Washington Gets Favorable Mention—Russia Re cedes From Manchuria Boers Making Grave Mistake-Fun - ston's Rapid Reward Civil Government for Philippines. (iEX. CASSIIS M. CLAY. If. Gen. Cassius M. Clay is not the human inigma of the age, then, un questionably such a person has not as yet been located. His recent battle with the sheriff and his deputies who wanted to serve papers on him for the restitution of property in his posses sion belonging to a daughter, whom he had a few days prior driven from his house because he thought she, too, was a part of a vendetta which he has talked and written about for the past twenty years as plotting to take his life and property, is one of the most remarkable things that has ever act ually occurred outside of Rider Hag gard's mind. It equals the escapades of the most imaginat...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 12 April 1901

The Seattle Republican T e;R?publlcan Pub. Co., Publishers OFFICE 714 THIRD AVENUE H. R. Cayton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $; 00 Six mouths . ..SI.OO Three Months 60c Advertising rates Furnished upon application Entered at the Postottice at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter. If hazing did not kill Booze, then there seems to be no doubt but that Booze killed hazing. It is a case where killing had to be done. Easter Sunday seems to hit the same place only periodically. For instance, Easter Sunday has not fallen on the 7th day of April since 1844. Murder may be struggling hard to out in the New York Millionaire Rice case, but the money sharks on both sides seem to be doing all in their power to prevent it from so doing. We suggest that the government send Aguinaldo to South Carolina, and there is no doubt that Pitchfork Till man will soon settle the question as to what the government will do with him. Had Chief Meredith consulted a for tune te...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 12 April 1901

| POLITICAL POT-PIE 1 The Pie-maker notes that S. H. Piles has been spoken of in connection with the next senatorial contest from this state, and he is to be the King county candidate, provided that all factions will harmonize on him. Of course Mr. Piles denies this or speaks of it in an unconcerned way, as much as to say that he knows nothing of such a poli tical deal, or move, and that by no means is he a party to it; nevertheless many of the leading Republicans of this city are voching for it and make no bones in declaring that they will lay aside all factional feeling or former factional feeling and support Mr. Piles with vengeance, if he has decided upon being the King county candidate for United States senator in 1903. But with King county as a unit it. does not always mean success in this latter day condition of the state of Washrington, unless King county can get the back ing of one of the other larger coun ties, and, the backing of either the Northwest or the Southwest, wit...

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. — 12 April 1901

,<*;**• ***** .■ I Pease Johnson Co. I * — >♦> ijy Millinery Opening Is Still jfc \lif In Full Bloom. Exquisite \J/ % Easter Hats, Our Store Is $ A Blooming Beauty. y^ A Stylish Spring; $ A Suits •kv Of every design, pattern and texture •*• H? are to be found in our BRAND NEW STOCK. \J/ .f. We will be pleased to show you through our *'* *if store, that you may examine for yourself. *tf \l/ , Vl/ \*> " \i/ vi" My old Seattle customers appreciate jx* i|V the fact that lam again actively en- . \k'd &a&ed in the millinery business, and vlj \ii *ney are calling every day. Whether *|j viv a former customer or not come and see *X Iff 111 i|i me. You are welcome. *1V \^ ; 1 VJ/ I Pease-Johnson Go. $ $i 1107 Second Aye. j^ >^ ..... PERSONALS Frank's barber shop, 807 A Railroad avenue. Rev. Hammond, of Newcastle, did business in the city last Tuesday. Among the visitors to Spokane from this city were Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lloyd. Mr. Will Roberts, of Roslyn, was visiting in...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 19 April 1901

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VoL VII., NO 44 COLORED RACE As Critically Observed in the United States. IT'S UPS AND DOWNS It Predominates in Cuban Conven tion—lt's Rapid Increase—Plant ation Preacher—Negro and the Jew — Philippine Missionaries — Multi-Murderer — Thoughts from Exchanges Commented On. NEGROES PREDOMINATE. It is going the rounds of the "col ored press" that a majority of the members of the Cuban constitutional convention are Negroes; that is, per sons of African-Spanish descent. There seems to be quite a number of conflicting reports on this point, and to settle a long-standing dispute, it would be wise for some one to report accurately as to the nationality of each of the members of the Cuban con stitutional convention, as well as the exact proportion the two races in the convention bear to each other. If it be true that a majority of the members of that con vention are colored men, they prob ably feel as if they have person al grounds for not ratifying the pro posal made b...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 19 April 1901

The Seattle Republican T c P'spablican Pub. Co., Publishers OFFICE 714 THIRD AVENUE H.R. Cay ton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $> oo Six months jl 00 Three Months ". tjoe Advertising rates Furnished upon application Entered at the I'ostoffiue at Seattle as Secon.l Class Mail Matter. Mrs. Nation now knows Missouri is not Kansas. Prom the numerous newspaper re ports it would appear that Seattle is to eventually be the great "hill" of the Northwest. Though this is truly considered the age of "trusts," yet most men without money find it a rather difficult matter to get trust. Pomp and pomposity promise to pre dominate at the coronation of King Edward, which is to take place at Westminster Abbey the end of next June. No wonder there is such a demand for new policemen in the various cities of this country, when, according to of ficial reports, 47,107 natives left Ire land during the year 1900. Criminals of New York can no longer chant "sing-sing" a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 19 April 1901

| POLITICAL POT-PIE 1 The report that Levi Ankeny want ed to harmonize things in his own po litical faction in this county, which ac cording to current reports, have fallen into bad condition, is like unto lock ing the barn door after the horse has been stolen. He may be able to har monize the differences that now exist in what was formerly known as his political faction in this county, but it is not generally believed that he can. It is almost an impossibility to bring about political harminy between Ben Grosscup and George U. Piper, and, strive as hard as Mr. Ankeny will or may, he will find that he has got an up-hill pull on his hands. Had Mr. Ankeny been consistent in the last legislature, that is, those members who were under his influence, there is no doubt but that he would have strengthened himself in King county and other parts of the state, but in stead of strengthening himself he has caused factional differences within his own faction, and now he has those to fight the sa...

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. — 19 April 1901

PERSONALS 1 Frank's barber shop, 807 A Railroad ; avenue. Mrs. O. B. Scott, of Taconia, who is j well known in this city, has been pro- j nounced hopelessly insane by the au- j thorities of Pierce county. j Mr. J. P. Ball, Sr., is for the present I doing advertising work on this paper and will be pleased to call on those desiring advertising space in The Re publican. Last Sunday many of the citizens of this city were visitors to Bremerton station to inspect the battleship lowa, which is undergoing repairs at that point. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Harris have taken rooms at 1223 Seventh avenue for the present. Mrs. Harris contem plates going East in the near future. Master Robert Ball, who unfortun ately got his leg broken a few weeks ago, is able to sit up again, and his parents hope that he will be able to walk about in a few days more. Mr. R. W. Butler and Mr. Tibbs have formed a partnership to do contracting and building work and are having many calls at present. Mrs. M. Scott, wife of R...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 26 April 1901

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VoL VII., NO AS II PASSING II SHE HAS A DEFICIT. The following official figures given out for publication will be of interest: The national balance sheet for 1900 --1901 shows a net deficit of £53,207, --200 ($260,03o,000). The Boer war, ac ording to the chancellor, has cost the government £146,567,000 ($732,835, --000), or double the cost of the Cri mean war. The total expenditures for 1901-1902 are estimated at £187, --602,000 ($938,010,000), of which £58, --320,000 ($291,600,000) is for the Boer war, while the revenues will yield only within £57,000,000 ($285,000, --000) of this amount. This deficiency is to be met in part by an increase in the income tax, and a tax on raw sugar, molasses, sirup, glucose and coal. To meet the remaining deficit, which is estimated at £39.707,000 ($198,535,000), the chancellor pro poses to borrow £60,000.000 ($300, --000,000) upon consuls. ENGLAND IN DISTRESS. Never before perhaps in the his tory of Great Britain has she been...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 26 April 1901

The Seattle Republican T c Republican Pub. Co., Publishers OFFICE 714 THIRD AVENUE H. R. Cayton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $> oo Six months $100 Three Months 60c Advertising rates Furnished upon application Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter. "'Too much water" seems to be the drawing attraction at present over in the Ohio valley. The Cheney Sentinel has changed hands and is now under the guiding hand of A. W. Thornton. Wars and rumors of war never were more numerous throughout the world than at the present time. Sullivan claimants to the late John Sullivan's estate continue to pour in. and thus does the plot thicken. Hot shots over in Kentucky seem to be still the order of the day, which is a gentle reminder to the unwary that Kentucky's feudal fires still burn. Sixto Lopez, at one time Aguinal do's private secretary, writes enter tainingly on the Philippine situation, but reasons not only badly but quite absu...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 26 April 1901

■nTrnimnm !• 1 m m m ihtbubi i»b m hi ib jj^ | POLITICAL POT-PIE I "There is no denying the fact," said a prominent Republican one day this week, "but that the affairs of the Re publican party in this city are in a pretty bad condition just now, so bad that I fear the next Republican nomi nee for mayor will be beaten so badly that he will not know that he has been a candidate. The next mayor of Seattle in my opinion will either be a "municipal reform" protege or a good straightforward Democrat. No man nominated by the Republican party, who does not declare against the wide-open policy as has been prac ticed under the Humes administration can ever be elected at the polls. And if Tom Humes succeeds in getting nominated at the hands of the Repub lican convention for vindication sake, it will simply mean that the oppos ing candidate of some party, class, or description, will be elected, and such a candidate's support will not come from any particular political faction, but from the gene...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 26 April 1901

I IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE[ State of Washington, for King County. I William Calvert, plaintiff, vs. Auguste T. Riedinger and Pauline Riedinger, his wife; Moore Land Company's Syndi cate A, a corporation; Richard D. Ba ker and J. S. Richards, copartners as .Baker ■!*: Richards, and Joseph H. Berry and Thomas Berry, copartners as Berry Brothers, and all persons unknown, if any, having or claiming an interest or estate in and to the hereinafter describ ed real property, defendants. No. £2,066. Notice and Summons. The State of Washington to Auguste T. Riedinger and Pauline Riedinger, his wife; Moore Land Company's Syndicate A, a corporation; Richard D. Baker and J. S. Richards, copartners as Maker & Richards, and Joseph H. Berry and Thomas Berry, copartners as Berry Brothers, who are the owners or reputed owners of, and all persons unknown hav ing or claiming an interest or estate in and to the hereinafter described real prop erty. You and each of you are hereby notified that th...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 10 May 1901

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN Vol. VII., No. 47 COLORED RACE Under Critical Observation Here and There. IT'S UPS AND DOWNS Favored by President McKinley— Tuskegee Opens a Bank — Thomas an Imposter—Disfran tehisement Denounced — Blind Tom is Coming—Major Taylor Lionized—Want a Negro Ex hibit—NcKinley's Good Advice. COLORED FOLK PLEASED. The social conditions of New Or leans being of such a nature that it was impossible for the president of the United States to be entertained by all of the citizens at the same time, it should have been very grat ifying to the colored iolk of that city when • the president gave to them his first consideration and at tention on his arrival thereto. The presidents and his traveling compan ions were highly entertained by 1,000 colored school children, who sang "Hail to the Chief and saluted him with flowers and flags. Subse quently he was the guest of honor of from between 5,000 and 10,000 col ored folk at a public reception, and brief speeches were made by the ...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 10 May 1901

The Seattle Republican Established May, 1894. OFFICE 714 THIRD AVENUE. H. R. Cayton Editor Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Tear $2.00 Six Months 1.00 Three Months CO Bona Fide Circulation 2,500 Only Paper in the Northwest Success fully Edited by a Negro. A Whole Page of Legal Notices. Always Regular, Readable, Reliable, Republican. Advertising Rates Furnished upon Appli cation. It- Carries No Saloon Advertisements. Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second-class Mall Matter. It strikes us that May is having considerable trouble with December this year, especially as to its weather. Gold from the north during the coining season promises to tax the vaults of the assay offices of this city to their fullest capacity. There is no doubt but that high license will regulate the saloon traf fic in any city. All you need is to put the license high enough. Spokane went Populist last Tues day, the opponents of the "wide open policy" being directly respon sible for it ...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 10 May 1901

f POLITICAL POT-PIE } , *****************************t *******************6* In allowing crimes of all kinds to be run in this city with im punity, it might be asked whether or not the chief of police is doing his duty in not suppressing the same? That he is not doing his duty the Pie-maker has the law of the state and the ordinances of the city to re fer the citizens to, in charging that he is not. Touching the police du ties the following is taken from the city charter, being the second article under the duties of the chief of po lice: "The chief of police or any police officer, or any regular or spe cial policeman shall make arrests with warrants for any crime or vio lation of the laws of the state or any ordinance of the city committed within the city, and shall make ar rests without warrants in such cases as shall be prescribed by ordinance, until the city council prescribe such cases all arrests may be made without warrant. The chief of police shall keep a correct record of al...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 10 May 1901

AMUSEMENTS ! MR. VERXER COXTIM ES Irish' plays have hit the popular < fancy at the Third Avenue Theater ; and will be continued next week, at ; least the first half will be given over • to another of Boucicault's famous dramas, "Arah Na Pogue,"' one of ! the sweetest and prettiest pictures of ' Irish peasant life ever seen on any stage. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. Tomorrow night at the Grand Opera House the Frawley Company will give the closing performance of "The Wife," and Sunday evening the last week of this highly success ful engagement will begin, with an elaborate scenic production of "The Great Ruby," one of the most tre mendously successful melodramas of recent years. AT THE SEATTLE. A great company, in "Nathan Hale," headed by Howard Kyle, opened a three nights' engagement at the Seattle last evening. Their success exceeded expectations, a crowded house being present to wit ness the production of this great patriotic play. The production is complete in every particular and has be...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 17 May 1901

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN Vol. VII., No. 48 COLORED RACE Under Critical ' Observation Here and There. IT'S UPS AND DOWNS Ex Congressman White Is Choosen Race Leader—President Harri son and "Lilly White Repub licans" — Town lor Blacks Only — Kindergarten Teachers Remembered — Does Not Like Funston. WHITE IS LEADER. The world has been given to un derstand that so far as the black man is concerned in the United States, he is to follow the leadership of ex-Congressman Geo. H. White, who is now in Washington impor tuning the president to appoint him to a federal position. This selection seems to have been made by a num ber, of the leading colored men •of the United States, : who recently met in Washington City, and, after due deliberation, selected theier king, is sued a proclamation of his selection, and then commanded his colored subjects to fall down and worship him. Mr. White has been given as his assistants in this great undertak ing the noted leader and industrial educator, Booker T. ...

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. — 17 May 1901

The Seattle Republican Established May, 1894. OFFICE 714 THIRD AVENUE. H. R. Cayton Editor Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Tear 12.00 Six Months 1.00 Three Months CO Bona Fide Circulation 2,500 Only Paper in the Northwest Success fully Edited by a Negro. A Whole Page of Legal Notices. Always Regular, Readable, Reliable, Republican- Advertising Rates Furnished upon Appli cation. It Carries No Saloon Advertisements. Entered at the Postofflce at Seattle as Second-class Mall Matter. "But didn't I tell you to put me off at Buffalo?" ' Industrial strikes all over the country seem to be budding with the coming of spring. We surmise that the shipload of onions -which recently arrived from Europe was not seriously troubled with steerage stench. That Winston Churchill is a chip off the old block no Englishman now doubts. He hit from the sholder last Monday. He who gets.a corner on Wash ington's coming wheat crop, bar ring mishaps, had better get a mighty big corner to ho...

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