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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 14 March 1902

Seattle Republican Established May, 1894. H. R. Cayton Editor | Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $2.00 Six Months 1.00 j Three Months 60 i Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second-class Mail Matter. Bona Fide Circulation 2,500 "Mum is the word," says President j Roosevelt to his cabinet. "I am it and in and through me must all administra tion news pass. Mark me now, mum is the word, or off goes your head." Owing to the success of the old world's kidnappers in getting big ran soms for the return of their victims, it might not be far wrong to suspect Pat Crowe as being their chief operator. Women and music have been order ed from the saloons of this city. While the good work is going on why not close the misnomer "ladies' entrance" to these places of vice and shame. We quite agree with the Walla Walla Argus in that a great many politicians have no use for an independent paper, and permit us to add, those same poli ticians seldom if ever pay their dues t...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 14 March 1902

LOCAL AND PERSONAL The sensation of the week in Se attle social circles was the sudden dis appearance of Miss Roxy White and H. D. Tupper, whom, it is very gener ally supposed, were drowned in Lake Washington last Sunday. Many con vincing circumstances have been dis covered indicating that the couple were drowned in the lake, and yet there is a breath of suspicion to the effect that Miss White was foully dealt with by her companion and in order to cover up his crime she was drowned and he is now a probable fugitive from justice. Another theory is prevalent that the two eloped, but they would have no excuse for this, as the mother of the young lady seemed perfectly willing for her daughter to not only keep company with Mr. Tupper, but likewise marry him if she so desired. Ex-Governor J. H. McGraw has re turned from Washington City, whither he has been in the interest of the Washington canal. Governor Mc- Graw says that Mr. Brainard is mak ing a gallant fight to induce Congress to ord...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 14 March 1902

I PASSING EVENTS. (Continued from first page) devil because Tillman had written the president as he did, and there the whole affair rests. Talk about ; your tempests in teapots, but here is one of the worst ones that any one has ever read of. » * ♦ In the sudden death of ex-Governor John P. Altgeld, of Illinois, the poli tical arena of this country loses a most unique character. Mr. Altgeld was twice elected governor of the state of Illinois on the * Democratic ticket, though he subsequently proved to be more the mouthpiece of the an archists of this country than of the Democrats. He was a man of strong characteristics, decidedly popular with those who believed and basked in the same political atmosphere as himself. He always had an opinion on all pub lic questions and always expressed it which caused him to be frequently crit icised by the press very severely. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ 1 - * A ; \\ §ii^^reßcen^ i! il^ Cream |j !! HRggjCoffeß i <► Strictly High Grade; Used by* o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 21 March 1902

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. VIII, NO. 43 POLITICAL POT PIE. Now that Seattle has had her mv- i nicipal election, the players of the political chess board of this state are watching the municipal election that is soon to be pulled off in Tacoma. Already Mayor Campbell has been re nominated, which is something of a rebuke to the owner of the two daily papers of that city, and if the mayor again succeeds in being re-elected the political plot of the state will be even more complicated than it has been in the past, and that is saying a good deal. If Mr. Campbell is defeated for the mayorality of Tacoma it means that S. A. Perkins is in the saddle, but, if on the other hand, Mr. Camp bell is elected it means that Mr. Per kins will have to do a good deal more scraping before he will hold the key | to the situation in Pierce county, and ■ yet, regardless of what the political j results may be in Tacoma, Mr. Per kins must be considered a strong fac tor in the political affairs of Pierce cou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 21 March 1902

The Seattle Republican Established May, 1894. * ■-•■* — . — H. R. Cayton Editor Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $2.00 Six Months 1.00 Three Months 60 Entered at the Postofflce at Seattle as Second-class Mail Matter. Rona Fide Circulation 2,500 The "green goods" man was much in evidence last Monday, and yet Clancy did not order the arrest of a single one of them. What a pleasing sensation General Prosperity seems to have imbued Father St. Patrick with on his annual appearance this year. It seems that both Cleveland and Dewey were of the opinion that "hoch der Kaiser" be damned so far as they were concerned, as they had other fish to fry. It is said that last Sunday's and Monday's P.-I.'s caused Colonel Bleth en to be green in the face all day Mon day, so beautifully scooped was the Times on that batch of Nome news. Sarah Bernhardt and her poet lover, M. Mendes, have fallen out and do not speak as they pass by, none of which is out of the ordinary with the g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 21 March 1902

LOCAL AND PERSONAL Editor Bee. of the D. W. Griffin, is doing business at the old stand. A specialist in optics is in charge of Goldman's Optical Department. 901 Second Avenue. Mrs. W. T. Hardin. of Clifton, did business in Seattle last Monday. Mrs. Hardin owns one of the most highly improved ranches in Kitsap county. Mr. R. W. Butler has completed the residence and store of Mr. Norris and he will soon have his stock of grocer ies on the shelves. If your eyesight is poor you should consult G. M. Rigden, graduate op tician, 1221 First Avenue. Examina tion free. Mr. Jerry Dohoney, who for so many years was "it" at McDougal & South wick's, is now paddling his own canoe and boasts of one of the swellest suit houses in the city. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Graham, Seattle's leading millinery dealers, have return ed from Eastern markets, and their emporium gives striking evidences of their return. Mrs. Anthony Richardson, Mr. P. A. De Boe and two other persons of color have all begun the erect...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 21 March 1902

AFRO-AMERICANISM. (Continued from first page) by the whites and are deadly opposed to his joining them, and like wise to them securing work of any kind; where theatrical unions form associations to prevent his theatrical troops from playing in first-class houses and likewise prevent them from joining the white associations, and where the Negro is barred from every kind of professional and industrial la bors, it is plain to be seen that he should be slow in abandoning the farm. To be sure, many of them find employment in the larger cities as menials, and the demand is probably greater than the sipply, but in not supplying the demand the colored peo ple act wisely in not ahandoning the farm and taking such positions. When the colored folk of the various South ern states will have been taught the full value of the farm and how to take charge of it so as to make it a paying proposition, instead of one of drudg ery, the South will become the garden spot of the United States and the Negro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 28 March 1902

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. VIII, NO. 44 POLITICAL POT PIE. I Speaking about the intention of Mayor Humes being a candidate for Congress next fall prompted a well! known politician about the city one l day this week to remark, "I have been very creditably informed that it is the ' intention of the Pipers to nominate j Humes and then treat him as they did j Frink in 1900 and then charge it i up to the Wilson people throughout j the state. Rumor has it that Mayor ; Humes has made peace with the Wil- j son people and if he aspires to go to Congress they will not object to him ; in the convention. Now if the Pipers \ can get him nominated and then de-; feat him they will have killed two birds with one stone. * ♦ * George Piper still has a dangerous knife up his sleeve, which he hopes to be able to effectively use on Levi Ankeny in the very near future. Not that he is not pretending to be at work for Levi Ankeny at the present time, but if the opportunity presents itself, George Piper wo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 28 March 1902

The Seattle Republican Established May, 1894. H. R. Cayton Editor Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $2.00 Six Months 1.00 Three Months 60 Entered at the Postofflce at Seattle as Second-class Mail Matter. Bona Fide Circulation 2,500 Not even the judicial ermine of "your honor please" was tontine proof. John Dillon, all the same Tillman, ought to be sent to South Africa for further orders. Uncle Tom and his cabin were in Seattle this week, and we don't care if they never come back. Self Advertiser W. J. Bryan has be gun his third presidential nomination tour. Defeat seems to agree with him. President Baker's faculty to "fix things" for the other fellows most sig nally failed in his own dilema. Too much Trades Council. Schwab, the steel trust mascot, may be an accident, but if he is he is the best paid accident in the United States. If the mayor of Topeka, Kansas, merited horsewhipping for encourag ing vice, what on earth shonld become of the mayor of Seattle? ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 28 March 1902

BPARKLES FROM SPOKANE Continued from Ist page, ally opposite to each other, in this way, Rev. Beckham is trying to get out of debt and Rev. Payne is trying to get in: in other words the Baptist church is nearly paid for, while the Methodists are intending to build, see? E. H. Holmes is still in the county treasurer's office and has persuaded a number of the Afro-Americans of the city to purchase city property at the recent tax sale. Holmes is a tireless worker for Democracy and the best campaigner in the state. Jerry Flow ers, Joe Hagan and H. C. Ross, the "old guard," are still familiar figures in the city. In answer to a question as to what Hagans is doing one can sim ply say "Ask me something easy." Doc Hazelwood is still at the Fern well. He and Jake Brooks of the Rid path make a good pair to draw to. Ed Winlock is one of the Spokane pio neers and is now at the Spokane Club. There are scores of others doing as well in the city as the above men tioned ones, but space cannot be sp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 28 March 1902

LOCAL AND PERSONAL Mrs. Idell Johnson has returned from the East after a visit covering nine months. Mr. and Mrs. James Byrd of Ros lyn have taken up their residence in this city. A specialist in optics is in charge of Goldman's Optical Department, 901 Second Avenue. George Thompson has been on the sick list for several days, but is now seen on the streets occasionally. Mr. Harris and Mrs. Georgia Holmes have opened up a restaurant on the corner of Sixth avenue and Stewart street. If your eyesight is poor you should consult G. M. Rigden, graduate op tician, 1221 First Avenue. Examina tion free. Master Hayden Richardson hopes to be among the successful graduates from the High School this year. He will be the first of his color that has ever done so. Mr. Austin Anderson, who has been seriously ill at the General Hospital, has so far recovered as to be able to return to his home. One good word from you to your merchant or grocer in behalf of The Seattle Republican might be the means of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 4 April 1902

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. VI Tl, NO. 45 ******** ** »* » ■!■»■!■»■!■ ■!■ fr ■;. ■!■» * * »■> * »■»*** »■!■ ■!■»■!■ »»»»»»»H ■!■ ** * * I POLITICAL POT PIE. j I i 4 ************** ** * ♦'»'''' *'*** **» * * fr*****'***^********l*'!l *■>>t ♦ » In order to boom Haiold Preston's candidacy for the United States senate a business men's club has been or ganized in Seattle, and he names of a number of them appear on its role ] of 'membership. Upon the face of the whole affair it, would seem that Mr. Preston had received an unexpected boom that will come pretty nearly landing him in the United States sen- j ate as soon as the voters of the state j of Washington get an opportunity to i elect him, but the organization of po- i litical clubs does not always accom-1 plish all that their organizers would j have them do. It is not the person j who succeeds in having a club organ ized in his political interest that al- '<■ ways succeeds in getting the desired political nomination and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 4 April 1902

The Seattle Republican Established May, 1894. H. R. Cayton Editor Susie Revels Cayton.v Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES, One Year $2.00 Six Months 1.00 Three Months 60 Entered at the Postaffice aTSeattle as Second-class Mail Matter. Rona Fide Circulation 2,500 Poor old Schley, he has finally been sent '"where the woodbine twineth," and his case has been blotted from the records forevermore. Between Ireland and Africa, which, according to the old version, the latter is but the former turned wrong side out, England is having a divil of a time. That Cuban tariff nightmare still haunts our congressmen by day and by night and try as hard as they will or may they seem wholly unable to shake it off. Baby Beet is the latest infant trust that is to grow into gigantic propor tions by nursing from the protection teat made possible by congressional legislation. If Governor Dole, the Hawaiian rev olutionist, will only hand in his resig nation when he gets to Washington City the Hawaiian situation w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 4 April 1902

SPOKANE SPARKLES. Invitations are out for the reception to be given in honor of the wedding of Miss Lillian Chocolate and Mr. Rey nolds Robinson. The reception will be under the auspices of the Royal So cial Club and will be given in the Swedish Brothers' Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Philmore Vaughner gave a birthday dinner March 23 in honor of their little daughter Melba. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. John R. Fuller. Mrs. L. Roberts, Mrs. Davis. ItlM R. Blue. Miss Louise Wright and Miss Minnie Brown. Easter services were held at the Bethel A. 11. E. Church, of which Rev. J. S. Payne is pastor. The choir ren dered a number of selections especial ly arranged for the occasion. A pro • gram by the children was an inter esting feature of the day's proceedings. Easter services were held in the Cal vary Baptist Church of which Rev. J. B. Beckham is pastor. The choir ren dered several selections and the chil dren acquitted themselves very cred itably. The decorations were elab orately as well as ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 4 April 1902

LOCAL AND PERSONAL Miss Cousins is tending store for Mr. I. N. Norris. Mrs. Keeble of Tacoma spent last Sunday with friends in the Queen City. • / Miss Ethel Butler of Tacoma was a visitor to the city the most of the past week. A specialist in optics is in charge of Goldman's Optical Department, 901 Second Avenue. Frank Abrams, a well known citizen, has disposed of his property on Twen ty-fourth Avenue. Mrs. Myrtle Case of Buckley spent Easter week visiting with her sister, a well known Seattle stenographer. If your eyesight is poor you should consult G. M. Rigden, graduate op tician, 1221 First Avenue. Examina tion free. ** Two nicely furnished rooms for rent to the right person or persons at 1223 Seventh avenue. Modern con veniences, no car fare. A pleasing, program was rendered by the members of the A. M. E. Sun day School Easter Sunday. A packed | house listened to the exercises. It is very gratifying to note that more persons of color have gotten homes of their own during the, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 April 1902

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. VIII, NO. 46 POLITICAL POT PIE. Why should Seattle support an anti-1 railroad candidate for United States j senator? Will Seattle be subserving j her best commercial interest by aiding j in the election of a United States j senator that will use his every in-1 fluence to defeat the railroad com- 1 panics in their legitimate enterprises? j Is it not a fact that the railroad i companies have made Seattle what it is? Is it not a fact that Seattle never jumped into national and even inter-1 national greatness until Jim Hill had J built the Great Northern within ber gates? Then, if that be true, again the question is asked, Why should Se attle have an anti-railroad candidate for the United States senate? In times past the Northern Pacific Rail road Company may have worked against Seattle's commercial interest, but that is no longer true, and the Northern Pacific is as much interested in the upbuilding of Seattle as is the Great Northern, and both of the roads ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 April 1902

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. VITI, NO. 46 POLITICAL POT PIE. Why should Seattle support an auti railroad candidate for United. States senator? Will Seattle be subserving her best commercial interest by aiding in the election of a United States senator that will use his every in fluence to defeat the railroad com- [ panics in their legitimate enterprises? j Is it not a fact that the railroad companies have made Seattle what it; is? Is it not a fact that Seattle never j jumped into national and even inter national greatness until Jim Hill had built the Great Northern within her gates? Then, if that be true, again the question is asked. Why should Se-1 attle have an anti-railroad candidate for the United States senate? In times past the Northern Pacific Rail road Company may have worked against Seattle's commercial interest. but that is no longer true, and the Northern Pacific is as much interested in the upbuilding of Seattle as is the Gieat Northern, and both of the roads are doing al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 April 1902

The Seattle Republican Established May, 1894. H. R. Cayton Editor Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $2.00 Six Months 1.00 Three Months 60 Entered at the Postofflce at Seattle as Second-class Mail Matter. Bona Fide Circulation 2,500 "Alby" has it bad just now, but if reports be true that is nothing un usual for him. It begins to look as if Captain Ober lin M. Carter will not live long enough to enjoy his ill gotten gains. Too bad for Carter at least. From the recent spring election re turns in the various municipalities the country seems to still be in the anti- Democratic column. Now Mr. Weekly Newspaperman, get your wits as well as your bids in shape and sail in to capture the coun ty printing for the ensuing year. Dry Sundays in Greater New York are the harbingers of very damp Mon days, but the toper has at least had one day in which to rest up. Congressman Richardson's Danish West Indies sensation has been be calmed and is now a limp and lifeless laggard ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 April 1902

SPOKANE SPARKLES. Mr. Arthur L .Bogle, of Walla Walla, spent Wednesday and Thursday in the city. A social was given at the A. If. E. Church Monday, 7. and a pleas ant evening is reported. Little Norma Keene, grand-daughter of Mr. W. Scott, has been quite ill. but is improving at this writing. Miss Caudace Parker and Mrs. Chas. S. Parker are arranging for a chil dren's concert in the near future. Miss Alice Depp, who was shot by her divorced husband, is slowly im proving. She is still at the hospital. Mr. Jerry Logan, of Seattle, spent Sunday in the city and visited Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Green at the Country Club. Mr. James Dover and Mr. James Cur rey, of St. Paul, spent Saturday in the city and visited Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Green at the Country Club. Fred Stewart, the man who slashed Fred Sharp, had his preliminary hear ing last Monday, April 8. He was bound over by the justice to the su perior court and his bail fixed at $750. Miss Anna Durant, of St. Paul, was pleasantly surprised last ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 April 1902

LOCAL AND | PERSONAL J. H. Harris ran over this week from Portland. C. H. Roper was in the city this week from Minneapolis. Mrs. Frank Alfred of Bremerton did business in Seattle last Monday. Rev. Bailey was in Everett this week attempting to establish a church. J. H. Williams of St. Paul is in the city this week, a guest of the S. C. P. Club. Ben Turner of Spokane is occasion ally seen on the street and is still on the same run. A specialist in optics is in charge of Goldman's Optical Department, 901 Second Avenue. Mrs. W. H. Henderson returned Wednesday night from St. Paul and the East, where she has been to pay a long visit. If your eyesight is poor you should consult G. M. Rigden, graduate op tician, 1221 First Avenue. Examina tion free. Rev. Scott of the A. M. E. church left the city this week for Tacoma to assist Rev. Collins in his pastorate during the quarterly conference. Mrs. Frank Bellamy has been con fined to her home with a serious at tack of typhoid pneumonia for sever...

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