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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 4 October 1901

VOL. VIII., No. 19 PASSING Of Men and Things in the Public Mind. 1 UKSIIJKN I S FlttMl OHIO. A strange fatality seems to follow the presidents elected from the Buckeye state. It is quite true that Uhio has furnished the United States with four presidents in the history of the state, and of that four, three died in office, while the fourth did not long survive the expiration of his unhappy administration. Wil- H. Harrison, Ohio's first president, died in one month after he took the oath of office, and it is said that an enemy succeeded in having some one about the White House administer poison to him. James A. Garfieid was assassinated in less than six months after he had been inaugurat ed president. William Mcivinley served out one term, but was assass inated in a few months after he be gan his second term. But to argue tiiat all men elected to the presiden cy from Ohio will be pursued by this fatality and will die a violent death is superstition; nevertheless, when three out of fou...

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. — 4 October 1901

The Seattle Republican Establighed May, 1894. OFFICE 714 THIRD AVENUE. H. R. Cayton Editor Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $2.00 Six Months 1.00 Three Months 60 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 Mail Matter. Dan Webster is dead these many years, but Yale college, his alma ma ter, still keeps his memory green. Frequenters of beer gardens can vouch for the fact that the thing that grows most in such gardens is the human head. Lipton seems to have his eye on the American cup and from the out look of the yacht races his hand is dangerously close to it. England's king is doing a bit of swinging around the circle his own self just now, even though he lays no pretensions of being a sagacious polit...

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. — 4 October 1901

ERNST BROS. 506 PIKE STREET PHONE GREEN 72 WOOD HEATING STOVES 27 inch for wood $8.00 18 inch for wood $2 50 COAL HEATING STOVES 21 inch for wood $3-s<> No. 10 for coal $10.00 18 inch for wood $5-5° No. 12 for coal $12.00 24 inch'for wood $7.00 No. 16 for coal $16.00 f POLITICHL POT-PIE • Paul Hedrick, a formerly politi cal writer on the Post-Intelligencer, is now with the Daily Times and tas taken up Dave Larimer's poli tical pipe dreams, which made that paper so absurd and ridiculous, from a political standpoint, during the last two state campaigns. Paul has at last reached his natural element, for he is a dyed-in-the-wool Demo crat, always was and always will be, and it must have gone hard with him to write Kepublican articles as long as he did. There are others on the Post-Intelligencer that should either be sent to the Times or some other Democratic paper, where they would be more in their natural ele ment, and thereby relieve the Re publican party of a few political trai...

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. — 4 October 1901

Continued from Page One. gret of a fatal explosion one day this week in the coal mines at Nanaimo, B. C, which resulted in seventeen persons being instantly killed. Such fatal accidents periodically occur and within the past ten years the state of Washington has witnessed at least a half dozen of them. Now that the city council has stated to the street improvers that they had to "hurry" in order to com plete the work they have undertaken before the rainy season sets in or for feit their contracts, some lively hust ling on the part of the contractors is being indulged in at present. The most of them are working by day and by night, Sunday and Monday one and the same, and it is hoped that they vail be successful in finish ing all of the work that they have mapped out to do, and thereby leave the streets in good condition for the coming rainy season. The proprietors of two differ ent circuses have made overtures to winter in and about Seattle, if the city council would only bid for the...

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. — 11 October 1901

PASSING Of Men and Things in the AMERICANS NOT WANTED. The announcement of M. Evanoff, a Kussian engineer, that American miners will not be allowed to oper ate mines or work for wages in the mines of Siberia, will cause great dis appointment among the American miners, who were looking forward to reaping a rich harvest from the gold fields of Siberia. That country is said to be exceedingly rich in placer gold, and the American miner, who is looking for new gold fields to con quer, is exceedingly anxious to get a foothold therein. Siberia has an area of 4,295,000 acres or about one fourth larger than all Europe, and yet contains but a population of 6,000,000. It is part of the Kussian government and is exceedingly rich in mineral and precious stones. The arable land, which is about one-third of the total area, produces wheat, oats, barley, tobacco and other arti cles of like nature in abundance, and on the whole, it is a very rich coun try. nMOLLINEI'X COMES AGAIN. Yellow journalism h...

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. — 11 October 1901

The Seattle Republican Established May, 1894. OFFICE 714 THIRD AVENUE. H. R. Caytor. Editor Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $2.00 Six Months 1.00 Three Months 60 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 Mail Matter. Let the ransome paid for Miss Stone be hot shots instead of gold coin. Seattle has one standing disgrace —her street poles on which corpor ation wires are strung. When death gets after a human body good and hard science seems to hide her hand?. The Kent posteffice muddle seems to scent of a genine Madison double dealing deck. Japanese poetry may be just the stuff, but poetic jargon even in Eng lish is altogether too much for us. The suppression of "free speech" is no new idea to the S...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 October 1901

ERNST BROS. 506 PIK£ STREET PHONE GREEN 72 WOOD HEATING STOVES 27 inch for wood $8.00 18 inch for wood $2 50 COAL HEATING STOVES 21 inch for wood $3-s<> j No. 10 for coal $10.00 18 inch for wood $5 5° j No. 12 for coal $12.00 24 inchfor wood $7-oo 1 No. 16 for coal $16.00 I POLITICAL POT-PIE | While Mayor Humes has not actu ally announced his candidacy for re election, nevertheless his friends are out making a persona] canvass in his interest. As has b*een repeatedly said in these columns, Mayor Humes can do nothing else from a political standpoint, but make a fight for re election next spring. If he makes the light and looses, he is a gone gosling, and. if he does not make the fight, he is also a gone gosling, and between the two evils he will accept the one to make the fight, hoping to win out by a scratch. Mr. Humes has lost many political friends since he made his last fight, and where he expects to get any support from in this coming contest is more than the average polit...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 October 1901

LOCAL OBSERVATIONS George W. Dickinson, E. R. and E. C. Van Kuran were found guilty of assaulting Officer Leighton by Judge George and each sentenced to pay b line of $50 and cost of court. The case was at once appealed. The evidence produced by the defense tended to show that the officer first assaulted the boys and this was re sented by them, which caused all the trouble. In appealing the case the defendants' attorneys think they will have no trouble in having their clients a uittcd by a jury. The Republican has no desire to try tliis or any other case in its col umns, but our attention has been frequently called to persons abused in the streets by police officers with out any cause or pretext. For an in stance, a few days ago Mr. Albert J. Cookingham says he saw a police of ficer deliberately walk up to a man, who showed signs of intoxication, and after he had given him a shove he used his heavy boot on the man three or four times in rapid succes sion in a manner decidedly brutal...

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. — 18 October 1901

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN Vol. VIII., No. 21 PASSING EVENTS Of Men and Things in the Public Mind. GOVBBKMBHT lUSIXESS MT. There is no denying the fact that business men prefer to do business with other business men in prefer ence to doing business with or for the goernment all because there are so much red tape and self-opinion ated public officials to deal with, and it is no wonder that the ship yard.- in the Fast are refusing to bid for government contracts. Govern ment officials should be given to un derstand that they are no more nor less than any other business man, and they should attend to the gov ernment's business the same as they would attend to the business of a private corporation, and until they do so private business concerns will never try to do business with the government, only when they find it impossible to do business with any one else. I HCIJB SAM'S I'OPILATIOX. The theory that there are more women than men in this world may hold good as to general results, hut it ...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 18 October 1901

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN \ ()i.. VIII., No. 21 PASSING EVENTS Of Men and Things in tits.: I'ubite Mind. i;(i\i:k\m!;\t it( sim:ss sit. riiere i- no (b hying the fact that bll>il!e>- liieil |i!el'er lo do iiU.-inrS wil ii ol hei bii-!Ue-s men in prefer ence to doing bussiios with or for the goei'iiiiieiit ali be<-au-e iheie arc -o much red tape and self-opinion ated public official- to deal with, and ii i- mo wonder that the -hip ya rd.- in t he i\.-; are refusing to bid for guverniiii'Mi contracts. (lovern ineiil olliciak- -inMild be given to 1111 --dei>tani\ ; hal l hey are no more m>r | less than auv oilier business man. and they -Mould attend to the gov ernment's hu-iiics:- the r-ame as they w oiild al lend ii. the business of a i prixate corporal ion. and until they j do so privale bu-iness concern- will never try io do business with the goxernmeiil. only w hen ; hey liiid it ] nnjMi—i!.|e to do iiu-Mie— with any one el-e. t\(:.i; s \«> i'oii i. \ i ion. The theo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 18 October 1901

The Seattle Republican Established May, 1894. OFFICE 714 THIRD AVENUE. H. R. Caytor. Editor Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCPaPTION RATES. One Year |2.00 Six Months 1.00 Three Months 60 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 Mail Matter. Persons headed for Siberia at present are led thither by golden lather than iron opportunities. There seems to be a serpent or so in Chicago's city liali as well as on her busy, bustling thoroughfares. An unmarried man's tax, say $25 per year, would mean a financial harvest for the entire state of Wash iuton- . _j_ That monstrous moccasin found on one of the principal streets of Chicago must have reminded the A heavy tax imposed on single men would mean many more mar ried men, if for n...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 18 October 1901

ERNST BROS. 506 PlKfc STREET PHONE GREEN 72 WOOD HEATING SIOVHS 27 inch for wood $8.00 iS inch for wood $2 50 j COAL HEATING STOVES 21 inch for wood $3-5O I No. to for coal $10.00 18 inch for wood $5.50 No. 12 for coal $12.00 24 inchjbr wood $7.00 No. 16 for coal $16.00 I POLITICAL POT-PIE ) Let it be distinctly understood thai The Seattle Republican has no political respect for a man who will bolt his party nominees after the convention has been held and such person has tacitly pledged himself to abide by the result of the conven tion. Most persons of this commun ity believe that Tom Humes and his followers bolted the party nominees last year so far as Mr. Frink, Mr. Vandevanter and Mr. White were concerned and Mr. Humes is there fore not deserving of any more polit ical success in King county or the state of Washington. If any office holder whether federal or otherwise bolted any part of the Republican ticket last fall he is just as bad as Mr. Humes, and the Republican par ty owes...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 18 October 1901

PERSONALS. The Seattle Republican and the Inter Ocean for $2 per year. Get a copy of Dr. Burdett's "Lynch Law Exposed" and you will enjoy reading it. Subscriptions for the "Colored Magazine" published in New York will be received at this office. A good solicitor can find employ ment at this office. Must be honest, sober and trustworthy in every re spect. Miss S. Strothers, who has not enjoyed the best of health in Seattle, contemplates returning to Texas at an early date. Miss Lillian Dingle, a public sten ographer, is again at her desk after a months" vacation with her parents at Buckley, this state. There is no reason why you can not help The Kepublican along by saying a good word for it where you trade. The Seattle Theater will be dark the most of next week, opening Fri day evening with Haverley's Min strels. Do you know of a young man trustworthy and reliable that desires a good job as a solicitor, tell him to apply at this office and talk business. The literary held an interest...

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. — 25 October 1901

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN Vol. VIII., No. 22 PASSING EVENTS Of Men and Things in the Public Mind. \V ATTK It SOX'S \V A NTS. Blue Grass state, so comes the re port, is figuring on capturing the next presidential nomination oil the Democratic party. No man in the South has gained so much public notoriety as Henry Watterson, the noted editor of the Courier Journal, and, if he has decided to enter the race for the presidential nomination, | he will make it warm for William Jennings Bryan and David Bennett Hill, both of whom are already seek ing this partisan honor. To be nom inated for president by the Demo cratic party is nothing more nor less than an empty partisan honor, and will be for years yet to come; never theless there are always men who are anxious for such honors, more for the notoriety that it gives them than for the hope that they will ever be president of the United States. While Mr. Watterson half-heartedly .supported Mr. Bryan in 1900, he was in open rebellion against him ...

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 October 1901

The Seattle Republican Established May, 1594. OFFICE 714 THIRD AVENUE. H. R. Cayton Editor Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $2.00 ! Six Months I.OU Three Months 60 Bona Fide Circulation 2,500 i 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 Mail Matter. Whatcom's noted prisoner went Scott free after all. Miss Helen Morton, who recently married a French count, may soon have the pleasure of counting her French. Polotics in the Eastern states seem to l»e a bit on the drag this year. Wouldn't a little Bryan serve to save them from spoiling? That boiler-plated inside Demo cratic sheet published in Tacoma is still barking at the moon, like a ca nine that sees spooks. Belgium has been struck with the idea of co-operation, and during the y...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 October 1901

ERNST BROS. 506 PlKfc STREET PHONE GREEN 72 WOOD HEATING STOVES 27 inch for wood $8.00 18 ilich for wood $2 50 COAL HEATING STOVES 21 inch for wood ; No. to for coal $10.00 18 inch for wood $5-5° i No. 12 for coal $12.00 24 inch^for wood J7.00 i No. 16 for coal $16.00 I POLITICAL POT-PIE J ******* ***^&fe&£fe*££S&&&&fc&£&s-&^ The Pie-maker note.- the activity of Paul Hedrick, the political report er of the Times, in bringing out mayoralty candidates. While there is some truth in some things Paul says, the most of it is a dream simi lar to those Dave Larimer used to publish in the Times as political prophesy. Notwithstanding this, there is quite a bit of casting about for mayoralty timber for next spring. such as would best Tom Humes in the primary election by the Republi cans. Who that man will be at the present time is unforseen, and no one, however sagacious and shrewd a politician he may be. can name him or even intimate his name. It is rather ...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 October 1901

m CAPITOL HILL % % ON THE_MARKET g f|f The First Piece of Property in Seattle Improved with |i| Every Modern Requirement-The Last of Strictly ||g£ 21 First -Class Residental Property-No Other j|p ftp Property so Certain of Great Demand « J§| for All Time. J3l -JSI Capitol Hill Property is now on the market. It has It is but twelve minutes from the business centre of I^ST Jga|| been one year in preparation. the city. iQtj *M 31 That in itself is a simple announcement, but it means This is strictly high-class property, to meet the de- f|if^ <S£ more to Seattle than any other similar announcement in the mands of hundreds of high-class customers who cannot be &*%£? ££&! history of the city. # suited elsewhere. j^W y||§|i Capitol Hill is the first piece of residental property ever Seattle has reached that stage of growth where high- «S Vff <3/ improved for market in Seattle with every modern require- class property lor residental purposes will be the leader in y*m? 3^M| meu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 1 November 1901

PASSING EVENTS Of Men and Things in the Public Mind. MISS CLAYTON'S CATCH. The United States has seven most beautiful women who are being talked of at present by the citiaens of the world's leading governments. Among them is Miss Clayton, daugh ter of Powell Clayton, United States minister to Mexico, who is soon to wed Baron Ludivic Moncheur. The baron is at present a minister to the United States from Belgium. A HAXDY POTTER. Miss May Handy, a noted Virginia belle, is to soon marry James Brown Potter. Both of the contracting par ties are well and favorably known throughout the United States and in most of the leading European coun ttries. Mr. Potter is a descendant of the well-known actor of that name and is highly connected in many other respects. A NOTED HORSEWOMAX. Miss Amelia Rives, who has been estranged from her husband. Prince Troubetskoy, has recently been reconciled, and the two are now en joying a second honeymoon. A NOTED HOXEYMOOX. Miss Xina M. Phelps, who enjoys the di...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 1 November 1901

The Seattle Republican Established May, 1894. OFFICE 714 THIRD AVENUE. H. R. Cayton.... Editor Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $2.09 Six Months 1.00 Three Months 60 Bona Fide Circulation 2,500 Only Paper in the Northwest Success fully Edited by a Negro. A Whole Page of Legal Notices. Always Regular, ReadabU. Reliable, Republican. Advertising Rates Furnished upon Appli cation. It Carries No Saloon Advertisements. Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second-class Mail Matter. Hallowe'en brought its usual fun and folly. An oceanic drama will probably be the result of the Schley-Sampson court of inquiry. Murderous footballists have al ready begun to get in their deadly work upon their fellow-men. Anarchy got a shock last Tuesday that will probably bring about a rev olution as to its American tactics. The only safe way for human kid nappers to escape punishment is for them to travel by the way the Crowe flies. Low will the Tammany tiger lay down with the lam...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 1 November 1901

I ERNST BROS. # 506 PIKE STREET PHONE GREEN 72 9 J WOOD HEATING STOVES 27 inch for wood $8.00 V J 18 inch for wood $2 50 COAL HEATING STOVES 21 inch for wood $3-5o i No. 10 for coal $10.00 5 18 inch for wood $5-5O No. 12 for coal $12.00 '< 24 inchjbr wood $7.00 No. 16 for coal $16.00 4 I POLITICAL POT-PIE | Irrespective of what the decision of the civil service police board may be in the Dickinson-Van Kuren case, there is no doubt in the minds of every citizen in this community, after having read" the testimony which was produced pro and con, that those boys were horsewhipped at the police headquarters the night that they were detained in jail for alleged disturbing the peace in ihc (irand opera house, and, regardless of what may have been the cause lor taking those boys to the police head quarters, it is to the burning shame j and disgrace of this civilized com munity that young men should be horsewhipped in the police head quarters, and especially young men ' whose parents coul...

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